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Title: Flagler Tribune
Uniform Title: Flagler Tribune
Physical Description: Newspaper
Language: English
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Place of Publication: Bunnell, Fla.
Publication Date: December 10, 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. 49 BUNNELL, FLORIDA THURSDAY DEC. "
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: School Board BUNNELL CAGERS \County Board -I BUNNELL LIONS CLUB 'City Hall Will "

WINS FIRST TWOThe
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MET TUESDAY
t Holds Short To Advertise for I
Bunnell Be Closed
Bulldogs played During
I The Bunnell Lions Club met
Florida here last Friday
Sesson Tuesday Military New Tuesday In the Civic Center
DraglineThe I
night winning 6645. The program was singing of C r Week
The Flagler County Board of The JV team won from the Board of County Commissioners t Christmas songs with the accompaniment IIf.r: : '1 ''BKhe ,I
Florida 38.18 the Com
Public Instruction at its stated Military team approved bonds for all of Lion Walter
same night as the Varsity. team. missioners" r "11,, fonday
monthly meeting Tuesday helda County Officials at their meet. Morris.Dr. .
short session with routine Tuesday night the Boys Vars : Ing Monday morning.Tax F. J. Reynolds spoke on night be closed that the "ClryUi 1IJ1 l will ,
business mostly. ity team played Pierson and ; the week beginning
I his
I recently completed assign.
I December 21 for the/thrlstmas
6421. Assessor Donald Moore
Agreed to hold a special meet. I won I re ment to the Philippine Islands. I
The Bunnell ported on the Tax Assessors I Holidays.
Ing on Monday, January to Girls team played
close out all old business of the St. Augustine High last Fri I Seminar held in Tallahasseelast HORNSBY, KNIGHT, Garbage will be picked up
year, since a new superintendent day night there and won 3610. week. from residences and business I
will be taking over the next Tuesday night the girls team Also voted to advertise for a AND TOWNSEND ON places on Monday 21st and on

day, and provide for organization played Pierson and won 2211. dragline to replace the one CONFERENCE TEAM Wednesday, December 23rd. The
of the board for the year. Trlday night, Dee. 11,.the Varsity which is several years old. garbage containers should be
The board also agreed to allow and the JV teams goes to George Moody, Chairman ofi! The All-Conference Team was placed out early as all garbagewill
'ti use of a school bus to trans. Baldwin and plays there. the Flagler Beach Park Board,'announced today with Mike be picked up during the
port Girls Scouts to a camp near Tuesday, Dec. 15, the Varsity appeared to thank the Board for I'I Hornsby as guard and Jack,: morning.The .
and the JV teams plays Father Knight as tackle on the defens.
Barberville on Saturday, January the assistance given in making:
lye team. Walter Townsend Commissioners also votedto
Lopez here.Heavy. as
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9.Benton a start in the development of
end on the offensive team. advertise for pipe to be used
Clifton, supervising the Flagler Beach State Park.
I
honorable mention in extending the water main
principal of Bunnell High Schedule !i I Mr. Moody said the land was Receiving
from Bunnell Elbert Mayor Shelton Barber
announced
were
School, appeared before the I given by the government to the ;
I(I Tucker, and Walton Cowart. that Bunnell will be
board and State Park Board for
presented a perma Is Planned For Development
I hosts to the League of Small
nent pass to all home athletic as a State Park, within'
games to outgoing Supt. Z. D. Band a stated time. With the assistance County Receives Municipalities.
ParentsThe
Holland. By of the Board the work Christmas lights In the downtown

Agreed to 'buy maps and I Bunnell Band Parents .was begun and will assure the Race Track FundsState I area of Bunnell were turned .
JIrou. globes for social studies classesat have announced a full schedule development of the park. The : I on Tuesday evening.
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Bunnell school.At I for the next few days, opening State Park Board has made up I Comptroller Ray E. .I
the board's meeting last with a Donkey Basketball Game a budget of over ninety-five I!|'Green said today checks for Final Two of Four
month a resolution was adoptedto Saturday night at the Bunnell thousand dollars to present to $13,000 from the race track tax
request the Flagler county High School gym. Proceeds the Leglstlature for the next two I I fund are being mailed to each 1.95 Projects Are
legislative delegation to seek from all events will be used on years. of the 67 counties.
inclusion of a constitutional the Band Uniform Fund. Each county received $11,000 Now
amendment on the next general The game Saturday night will Equivalency j I I for the comparable period last UnderwayWork
election ballot which would permit be composed of local players year. Contributions to each Is underway on the final
the voters of Flagler countyto and promises an evening of hi. Go To .county from the race tax tax two of four projects to construct
have the superintendent of 1 laxious entertainment for those Diplomas fund for the current fiscal periodare Interstate ''R6ut& 95 In Flagler

Education appointed instead of attending. Johnston $6,000 up over the tame County, the State Road Department ,
l being elected by .the people. They will also hold a rum Couple? period last year.KEATING'REFUNDS'. announced today. I

r One board member, Herschel mage' ass on the city,property There was.,much.rejoicing; : Jn Road Board member Max
Ji. King, was nQt' tesent.t .that Saturday.morning" '5'hos&.wish the -Ernest Johnston, Jr family Brewer said the project .total.
meeting, but the other four ing to contribute Items to the home this week when two CIGARETTE TAXES ling ''$1,431,778'will extend the
voted for the resolution. Tues. sale may call Mrs. Bob Cook 6r.: Equivalency High School Diplo route from the St. John County ,
i day King offered a motion that Mrs. M. B. McDanlel to make arrangements mas arrived. Mr. and Mrs. Johnston the Richard State B. Keating, director $f line south 13.1 mile to the State
the board rescind its previous for a pickup. like many thousands of that Beverage Dept reports Road 100 Interchange.
action in the matter. Chairman Also during the next few days others, were forced to discontinue the following amounts of Houdaille-Duval Company of
Tucker at first refused to entertain they are conducting a sale of their education several cigarette tax funds collected inOctober Jacksonville has been awarded

the motion, saying that candy, peanuts and soap. years ago and assume the responsibilities are being refunded to the $1376,033: contract to construct
since King was not present at At the meeting of the Band of life. Since that municipalities In Flagler coup the portion extending
the previous meeting and that Parents they decided not to hold time they have worked and ty: from the St. John County line
under its procedure rules King a meeting of the organizationIn I planned to complete their edu Bunnell $2,709.48. south 5.3 miles aryl the firm has
had no right to offer a motion. January. Members of the I cation. Beverly Beach-$08.95. 313: working days to completethe
The members then engaged special uniform committee will Several months ago they began Flagler Doach-$1,027.00.: project.
; in a general disagreement, and meet on that date. to study in preparation for Marineland-$86.93. San Marco Construction Company
PaintersCHOIR
finally King was allowed to of. They discussed the invitationto the General Education Development liI1I-315.56; of St Augustine has been
f fer his motion which was defeated enter the band In the gov Tests. Preliminary tests awarded the $2,361,741 contractto
three to two. ernor's inauguration ceremony were taken at night at the Bun i TO PRESENT construct: the portion from
r in Tallahassee on January 5, nell High School in the areas CANTATA EXCERPTSThe this point south 7.8 miles to the

.. Legions Plans' but did not have the money for of American History and Gov choir of the First Baptist SR 100 Interchange and has 315
the trip. ernment. In November, with Church will present excerpt working days to complete construction

For Christmas these two tests successfully from Its Christmas Cantata next! .
COURTHOUSE WILL passed, they went to Mainland Sunday. It will be presented at Construction has been underway .
r Lighting ContestThe CLOSE CHRISTMAS High School for three nights the 11 o'clock A.M. worship I since March 12 on the $1,-
All offices in the Flagler where they took a longer series service. The complete Cantata 766,638 project to construct 193torn :
American Legion Post 115 County Courthouse will be I of tests In the arras of English, will be given on the night of the SR 100 Interchangesouth
!is urging householders and closed from 4:30: Wednesday I Math, Social I Studies! and Sci Sunday, December 20. 3.1 miles to a point halt
business places to enter the afternoon, December 23, until ence. Their test scores were The Cantata I I. "A Song Un a mile north of the Volusia
Christmas Lighting Contest, an. Monday morning, December 28, I satisfactory and they were subsequently ,ending" by John Peterson. Solo County line. On March 0 work
entry blank for which is on this It was announced today. awarded their equlva-1([ parts will be sung by Mar. was started on A 1710.042 project
page. This will give Christmas Eve lency diplomas. I Ivln Strickland, Bennie Black, I to construct the segment
,, Any person or business In the and Christmas Day vacations The equivalency diploma Is Mrs. Nana Hilsenbeck, Mrs. from this point south five milesto
county (excluding Flagler Beach to all courthouse workers. equal to a regular high school Phyllis Hershl', and Mrs. Wynell a point north o( the U.S. 1
because the contest there Is : diploma. It will meet the requirements Improto. interchange In Voluila County.
sponsored by the Garden Club) set Tuesday night to make the for admission to col. The public is Invited to at
is eligible to enter. The theme round of displays that havebeen lege universities, and schools of tend. MARY KARL HAS
may be religious, modenisticor officially entered. business. It will meet civil service
traditional. They each will If one desires, come by the requirements for jobs which MR. AND MRS. WALL SEVEN TRADES OPEN
be judged by points. There will Tribune office and we will give require a high school education. HAVE PURCHASED Applications for registration
be two prizes for homes and one you a blank and you may leave Certainly It Is proper for our are now being accepted for
for business places. It at the office Let' get themIn. community to extend Its congratulation WATER OAK STATION training In seven trade arras at

b. The judges have tentatively to this Industriousand Mr. and Mrs. Charlton Wall the Mary Karl vocational division "

I',1:: CHRISTMAS LIGHTING ENTRY BLANKI ambitious couple and say of Douglas, Ca. have purchasedthe of the Daytona Beach
that we are proud of tMm.I I Water Oak Service Station Junior College.Departments .
wish to enter a display in The American Legion sponsored It .U the hope that others will from Mr. and Mrs. Joe Brock. I open to new students
Christmas Lighting Contest which will be judged on Tuesday follow[ In their step In com pI"- r The station Includes a living I Include cabinet making,
night, December 22 for prizes. (Flagler Beach resi ng their education Please call apartment, and a lunchroom In I landscaping and Industrial
dents'are excluded because the Garden Club holds contest Mr. John A. Cannon, Jr., Bunnell connection.The nursery work, photography
there.) High School Counselor for In. business Is located on printing, small motors watch
formation' and detail about the Highway 100 In the Blmlnl repair and Industrial electronics.

Name __.....-. ..- ____ Equivalency Testing Program. area.Mr. Also there are limited openIngs .
Mr. Cannon may be reached at and Ms*. Wall have assumed for new student In cosmetology .
4 ID 7.2313 during school hour the management of the vocational officials said.
Location _. '
House or Business I" and at Iii: 9-2147 after school business and have moved here Applicants must be at least

hour from Douglas. They are residingat 10 years of age. A high school
'" i the station. diploma Is not required
! ( / Fill out this blank: then; hand or mailtto M B. Fuller, or The first coeducational college Mr*. Wall Is the former Sand. Information will be given
I 1'0.. give or send to The Tribune Office, so the Judges will I In the U.a wa Oberlin College ra Dan daughter of Mr. and I those contacting the vocational
I
know where and what displays to judge. In 1S33 the college announced Mr*. R. W. Deen, Jr, of Bunnell. counselor at DBJC.




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FLORIDA
PAGE TWO THE FLAGLER TRIBUNE, BUNNELL,
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plated pin or the sterling silver stories of Major Corbett's exped- Holt Giles, Fowler.
BOOK NOOKLIBRARY whena I:
THE times. Times
in of uneasy
one, but we all agree on one ences with man-eating tigers work Savanna learns at a
the of the United Prov I woman was forced to vervearly
Jungles
fact-the pins will always re
the hard
NEWS age trail which
when she was ex
like a man
mind us of the good times that inces. ,I I
she must follow, but follow
The new library pins have arrived The book gives much information pected to be a good wife, moth it
we had in the club.
and the members are be. j on the hunting and er, housekeeper! breadwinner, !! she does always looking to the
ginning to file into the library I in this case, evena future and making the most of
I Last week we finished making I I stalking of tigers, and it also perhaps as .
to receive the one that they I the plans to our annual Christmas tells much to entertain the I father. This uneasy period Is''I every obstacle.
have patiently been waiting for. party and we are all waitIng reader. during the settling of the West.!I: Library Assistant,
Everyone Is proud of them 1 12. i hardworking and capable I I j I Brenda Murray.
very for Saturday, December Corbett's description of his I[The very
and you can see them being I I We are going to the Dolphin campaign against the man i woman I speak of could I I
proudly worn by the membersof i Restaurant at Marlneland for eaters of the Kumaon Hills 1 I be one of many who were pioneering Subscribe for The Flagler TrIbune
i
:the club. There is still that I;I dinner and the traditional exchange shows the qualities that a suc the West but it hap. I I S1S3 4 Year In Advance
traditional argument on which I of gifts. We will meet cessful hunter must possess-I I' -
- one is the prettiest, the gold I at Mrs. Cannon's, our advisor's,I physical strength, infinite patience I'r

.. l'- I house at 7:45 and make the great power of observation 24 Home
drive to the restaurant together I and also great courage.For I Wrecker Service
in a small motorcade, and we I
Community will arrive just in time for the I a book that is excitingas
Memorial Church serving at 8 o'clock. This Is the well as informing, I suggest
..t..I..tl..1 biggest event of the year, and that you read this book. I Flagler Truck & Tractor Co
AIR CONDITIONED we are sure that this will be Library Assistant,
Dayton AYe. one of the best in the historyof Albert Johnston MASSEY-FERGUSON
the club. Grove Farm Industrial Equipment
,FLAGLER BEACH School will be out for the SAVANNABy
Sunday School 10:00 A.M.I holidays in less than two weeks VIRGIL DECKER Phone ID 7.3242
I Church Service 11:00 A.M. and we are all looking forwardto Janice Holt Giles Owner Bunnell, Florida

R. W. DICKERT, ,'F*.t rBVKnYONB them and may we wish everyone SAVANNA, a fiction by Janice
WKLCOMB I an early "HAPPY HOLI -

n.. ..... ..... ..\ t DAYS" on behalf of the Library
Club. MILLER CRAIG FUNERAL HOMEA.
Library Club Reporter,
HASTINGS MATTRESS Jack Wetherington.THE ELECTRONICS
H. CRAIG Funeral Director
& UPHOLSTRY WORKS 1744 Ocean Shore Blvd ,
WAY OF ALL FLESH JOHN CAPO. Associate
710-12 Lemon St. REPAIRS ON TV'S
Palatka, Florida By Samuel Butler AIR OXYGEN '
Phone EA 5.9166 The Way of All Flesh is the WASHERSDRYERS CONDmONED I LADY I EQUIPPED
Furaltu--*. Upholstering novel that made the final dra ATTENDANT
Repaired & Refinished CHAPEL I AMBULANCES
matic break with Victorian literature
Mattresses & Box Springs Call Collect 672.0377 "
Made 10 Order,Also Renovated and began the age of ., Phone ID 7-3532
Call Laura Morris 4373233 II modern. literature. ALL WORK GUARANTEED
After 6:00 P. M. It is a bitter and highly iconoclastic 201 E. MOODY BLVD. BUNNELL.. ,FLORIDA. .
exposition of English religion - .
PRICES REASONABLE --'
BUDGET PLAN IF NEEDED. during the mid nineteenth 1 I
Just as near Office century. The life of the hero, \
Phone or Post which is .
based
on the author'sown ".
Drop Us A Card or Call .
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life, is filled with injusticesand .
Free Pickup & Delivery, :: .' ./
hardships, and though the ,..-';iii : ",., .. : : ,:
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main character, Ernest Pontlfex, ''if ':' . 1tI": o !" (
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EXTRA SESSION makes his environment almost _. -, : \ ,t.

Added At unbearable. His father is a ." 'i : -: < '
spineless minister of the Churchof J : Merry gift idea : :E
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CArlTOLSKATING England who tyrannizes his .

4 f" RINK son his life.to the. point of destroying!.I :7for.everyone:: r on your Christmas list !>: .

Adult Beginners Sessions This is a. depressing s try, but . f
Every Thurs. Afternoon it raises many question and exposes I Mom. Dad. Sister Sue. -
"
12(30 to 2t30 many fallacies of the social .' _

and Victorian and religious Age. It mores is one of book the Brother Bob. ,;1/

Every Saturday Night that every thinking person ,
to P. M. to t A. M. should read. If you would like : ' ;
to read it come to the Bunnell ': Your teen-age niece Sally. :\
Regular Skating Hours High School Library.By ,
Every Night 7 to 10 Buzzy McKnight. '

Sat. Sun. & Holidays THE MAN-EATERS OF KUMAON Aunt Mary. Uncle Ralph. 7;J'

2:30 to 4:30 By James Edward CorbettIn Grandma and Grandpa. '
this book are the true ,

Extension phones make wonderful gifts.

NEW FASHIONS IN FIRE INSURANCE .

The fire insurance policies we write still give the same For
dependable protection. But today you can often enjoy additional everyone.What .
: coverage benefits-Home Owner's Policy at
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little extra costRemember. very ( else that costs so little could bring them so much pleasure 1))

H. T. Cook Agency is ready to help you
take advantage of these extra coverages. Telephone 4373361
or stop in soon for full details.H. .
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Phone 4373361 Citizens Bank Building Bunnell na..A .



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WE GIVE Quantity Reserved Rights

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TOP MIJTTS PRICES GOOD
Thurs., Fri., Sat.,
VALUE Dec. 10, 11, 12
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STAMPS
103 S. Railroad St.
TELEPHONE 437-3201 SUPER MARKET 103 S. RAILROAD

FLORIDA GRADE "A" (STEWING) FLAVOR AGED (CHOICE)

(Whole) CHUCK STEAK 59'

FLAVOR AGED (CHOICE)
HENS I 9
'Lb. FAMILY STEAK 59'


TENDER JUICY

FAMILY PACKAGE CUT-UP, 5 Lb. Bag $1.39 ALL MEAT STEW Lb. 69'

FLAVOR AGED (CHOICE) CHUCK WORLD'S RESTGROUND

k BEEF Lb. 49'

ROASTFLAVOR Lb. 49C TENDER JUICYCUBE

STEAK 99


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AGED (CHOICE) ROUND BONE ;i, Turkeys Hams Ducks For

Christmas Can Be Ordered in

ROAST ; Lb. 59FOOD Meat Department.



KING (SOLID) MAXWELL HOUSE YOUR FAVORITE
25 FREETOP SHORTENINGc'sco. 25FREE
VALUE STAMPS OLEOLb. COFFEELb'59 TOP VALUE STAMPS
With purchase of With purchase of
((1) Pkff. Lyke's All Meat 9''0 ((0) Fresh
Wieners, 49c Can 59OR GrapefruitCoupon
Coupon Void After OR YOUR CHOICE OR YOUR CHOICE Void After
Saturday, Dec. '12, 1964 Saturday, Dec. 12, 1964
Wilson QuartersBUTTER Folger or C & SCOFFEE YOUR CHOICEBAKERITE
/mIIM'I

25 FREETOP 50 FREE
VALUE STAMPS Lb. Lb. 3 Lb. TOP VALUE STAMPS
With purchase of 59" 59 Can 49 With purchase of
(2) Cut-up 3 Lb. or More Ground
Fryers Limit ((2)) Oleo or ((1)) Limit (1)) of your Limit (1)) of your Beef
Coupon Void After Butter with purchase of choice with purchase of choice with purchase of Coupon Void After
Saturday, Dec. 12, 1964, order.$5.00 or more food order.$5.00 or more food order.$5.00 or more food Saturday, Dec. 12, 1964
IfP'm R'O" mm"lII..m 'D'A

15 FREETOP CAMPBELL'S 25 FREETOP
Can I
VALUE STAMPS TOMATO SOUP 10 VALUE STAMPS
With purchase of Limit, 4 Please With purchase of
Everfresh Layer Cake Coconut DIXIE EGG (HUMPTY DUMPTY) ? .y,.'k I Ii ((1)Pkf.Pkg.Potato Everfresh Chips Twin

Coupon Void After 2 Dozen 85- I Coupon Void After
i MEDIUM EGGS
Saturday, Dec. 12, 1964 Saturday, Dec. 12, 1964
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DOG FOOD 'I' i' AJj B a
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TOP VALUE
VALUE STAMPS Limit 2 Please STAMPS
With purchase of With purchase of
Quart Kraft VAN CAMP'S ((300 CAN) ((1)) 20 Oz. Pic,.

MayonnaiseCoupon Void After PORK & BEANS 8 Cxns $100i Coupon Chopped Void Sirloins After
Saturday, Dec. 12, 1964 Limit 8 Please Saturday, Dec. 12, 1964
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IIIM JCDCDIDC) JaI m

ZSFREETOP i wR7q _D 25 FREETOP

VALUE STAMPS I VALUE STAMPS
Mr. G.FRENCH. YELLOW COOKING With
Purchase
With purchase of of
(1) Corned Can Van Beef Camp's i FRIES fOe ONIONS C 29C (1) Broom Mop or

Coupon Void After I MORTON'S (Meat) GOLDEN YELLOW (ChiquiU) Coupon Void After
Saturday, Dec. 12, 1964nrrrmiBginiiTtfTliW1lfflfnrvr I POT PIES 4 For 79C BANANAS "" fOe Saturday, Dec. 12, 1964
_. Eg&t&BWBBUmiM.mMtm&m... I .._=-rrnfQrW -- lr v-
Z5FREE DAIRY ITEMS BAKERY ITEMS 50 FREETOP
I KRAFT 12 OZ. American) EVERFRESH (12 Ct.) VALUE STAMPS
STAMPS
TOP VALUE
With purchase of SLICED CHEESE490 Dll"wROLLS2PI"2S0 With Purchase of
(6) Fresh I PILLSBURY (Buttermilk) EVERFRESH (Coconut:) $5.00 or OrderCoupon More Food

OrangesCoupon Void After( ] I BISCUITS 4 Can. 390 Layer CAKE Each 390 Void After
Saturday, Dec. 12, 1964 |n I II I Saturday, Dec. 12, 1964
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FLAGLER BEACH SCHOOL CHRISTMAS LIGHTING STORE
F! FOOD
I HONOR ROLL CONTEST ,
T ME/XS 1i
Grade 6: Victoria Perritt, Jack The .Flagler Beach Garden
Collins, Patrick Duncan, Sandra Club will sponsor an outdoor;
Abbott, Linda Smith. Christmas Lighting Contest for

Grade 5: Lynn Ward, Jeff the homes again this year with
j Taylor Sue Ellen Seale, Judy prizes to be given to the five i
\ Owens. top winners.
Grade 4: Thea Heln, Rosemary '! Prices Good Thursday, Friday, Saturday, QUANTJTY RIGHTS
The Judging will be by points
I Bross, Debbie MeekIns, in several categories and the I December 10, 11, 12, 1964 RESERVED
Jack Rawlins,
Karen Duncan, I
displays may be simple or
Ralph Abraham. elaborate. Persons who wish to I FRESH MEATS FRESH PRODUCE -

i i GARDEN CLUB enter the contest should call

j Mrs. Frank Brede, chairman, at GRADE "A" WESTERN BEEF GOLDEN
CHIQUITA
At a special board meeting at 439.2189 before the night of De. RIPELb.
the home of Mrs. Peggy Meshey cember 22nd CHUCK .
Friday, December 4, It was decided BANANAS. 10
to have the annual Christmas POT ROAST 49'GRADE
party for Garden Club Subscribe for The Flogl 'frn>ui>

members and their guests at $150 A Tear In Adranc
the AlA Restaurant, Flagler I I i TENDER GOLDEN YELLOW
"A" WESTERN BEEF
Beach, on. December 17 at 61 j i iP. Ears
.M. Members are asked to) PETURSON TEXACO ROUND BONEROAST CORN 5' 29

call Mrs. Peggy Meshey, chaIr. r2RVICEROAD "
I
man, at 439.2049 for reservationsby I 1" SERVICE I 59U.
December 11. There will be
an exchange of gifts. j Light Phone 437.344BUDDen Meanical Work 111, LARGE FRESH CRISPYCELERY

..... ......... Stalks
Friends of Arthur Vowell will .S. CHOICE CENTER CUT 2 25'FROZEN

\ be glad to know that he re CHUCK (Family)
turned yesterday to his home at GULF LIFE INSURANCECO. Lb.

1382 South Flagler Ave. after STEAK 59'U.
his stay in the Halifax Hospital LEE B. MERCER AgentP. FOODS -
in Beach. Mr. Vowell,
Daytona
O. Box 518, Bunnell
24 OZ. WINTERGARDEN
uncle of Kay and Jack Robin.
son, fell at his home Thanksgiving Phone 437-3460 S. CHOICE 0 APPLE
A For
day.METHODIST. SIRLOIN PEACH PIES $100Limit

CHURCH RED SEZ. . Lb. )

Last Monday a district conf- Does your T V Have a STEAK 89 3 Please

Terence was held at the Ormond Headache? I
Beach Methodist Church. Rev. Is your Antennae Bent? 10 OZ. McKENZIE

and Mrs. R. N. Hoover, Rev.,and Has your Tube quit LARRY'S HOME MADE

Mrs. E. Lester Santon Lyman sparking? PURE PORKSAUSAGE ORT OKRA 5 Pkc $100
Gage, Mrs. Clara Hoppe, Mrs. Is Your resistor resisting? Lb. WHOLE
Myrtle Streeter, Mrs. Fred SeeBEACHCOMBER
Marks, Mrs. Ray Lehr and Mrs. TV 49'

Roger Hoose attended to represent SERVICE DAIRY I
the Flagler Beach Methodist Stan Farnsworth None Better

Church. or FOOD KINGOLEO
This morning '(Thursday) at Dave Watkins
f 9:30 the Woman's Society of 2 Miles North of Pier PALM RIVER 1 '
It Christian Service meets. The 439-2069 SLICEDBACON 'SolidLb 10'

Christmas program is in charge Flagler Beach, Fla.
of Mrs. Ray Lehr and Mrs. Bern Ib 49' Limit 2 with $5.00 or more food order
le Wilson.: Hostesses are Mrs. IN THIS CIRCUIT COURT I If AND
William Chlmpky and Mrs. Wile FOR FIA<2IKK COUNTY FLORIDA
IN IIAN'RRY NO eels
liam GIvens. 3. WALTER OREEN and wits HERSHEY'S
MABEL M, GREEN,
Church school time is 9:45A. : Plaintiff. FOLGER'S .
.M. each Sunday morning and WALTER MVI.RIBEN and wife '
worship hour is 11 o'clock with NAN WOODRUFF ORKRN; and SUGAR
I8ABELLB O. Unmarried '
GREEN
Rev. Reynold Hoover, minister. COFFEE
The MYF meets at 6:30. each RY PUBLICATIONIN Defendants.NOTICE .
Sunday evening. TilE NAME: AND BY THE
The church school' will be as. FLORIDA AUTHORITY TO:OK THE STATE OF <
assisted by the chapel choir in Isabelle Q. Or>en.. 1421 Short I 1 Lb. 5j.39:
Street New Orleans LouUUnaYou. 58'
Can
presenting a Christmas program ISABELLA O.
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December 20, at 7:30 P.M. plaint hereby to notined foreclose that a a certain mortrare :- Limit 1 with $5.00 or more food order

Everyone is invited to attend property on, to-wlt the followingdescribed: Limit 1 with $5.00 or more food order
and asked to bring a "white Lot Four (4), of flock Thirty
one (II), Moody Subdivision
wrapped" gift for the Sarah shown In Plat Book No. alI'a..e 12 OZ. CAN VAN CAMP
Hunt Children Home. 14 on the Public Record 2/ CAN OSAGE FREESTONE
I of Flapler County Florida
The church school and the has been filed against' you and you CORNED
I are required to serve a copy of For BEEF.Each
Methodist Youth
Fellowship your Answer or Pleadlnr to tile PEACHES 2 53' 45"Fine
plan to go caroling on Christmas Dill of n Complaint T. on Cook.the plaintiff Equlr
Eve from 6 to 8 P.M. : Poet YmeelJo .. Bunnell. Flor With Cabbage
ida, and file the original Answer
Also Christmas Eve 11 to I
on or Pleadlnr In the office of the
12 P.M. there will be a Midnight Clerk of the Circuit Court on or
before the 11th day of December 303 CAN STOKELY'SAPPLE ROYAL PINKSALMON
Service at the church. Everyoneis .11114. If you fall to do no, Judgment
invited to'attend this and all by will be taken aralnst
you for the relief demanded In the .
;:
services. ;I Bill This of notice Complaint.hall be published SAUCE 29 lC 59'

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Florida's oldest wildlife con- week In The Flatter Tribune.
Don and Ordered at Bunnell.
servation law appeared In 1828.It Florida this 20th day of Norembr. -
1114.E. 303 Can American Beauty GoldenCREAM JOE CRAIN'S FLA. GRADE "A"
prohibited fire hunting in the A. BMTTHE. Clerk
Territory. The use or possessionof ('lrc lt Court Flagler County For LARGE

a gun: and light at night is FloridaBy Julia R. Harvey STYLE CORNS 69 EGGS 2 for89'
Clerk
Deputy
still a violation of the wildlife ir. T. CookAttorney
law. for Plaintiff
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U. D. C. Christmas I Surprise Birthday

:Meeting ThursdayThe Party Honors I U. S. D. A. CHOICE STANDING

Gen. Joseph E. Johnston Mrs. SpencerMrs.
Chapter U.D.C. held its December Molly Spencer was guest. RIB I ROAST lb. 79
meeting at the home of Mrs.H. of honor at a surprise birthday I
T. Cook Thursday afternoon.Mrs. party last Sunday at her homein I
W. E. Knight presidedover Orlando. Members of her I''' Choice Juicy
the short business meeting family arrived with a birthday
when she called for a report on picnic dinner complete with a ALL MEAT STEW lb.69c
the General Convention held recently large birthday cake decoratedin
in Richmond, Va. Mrs. blue and white. The picnicwas
Holland and Mrs. R. W. Deen held outdoors.
had attended and Mrs. Deen Those from here attending included .
gave a most interesting reportof two sisters, Mrs. Kate BEEF
the convention and further Bankston and Mrs. Mattie Pel- LIVER-. 39'Small
historical places they visited on licer; Mrs. Mary Ketus Holland,
their ,return trip. Mrs. Holland Mrs. Beatrice Cockrell, Joann I
has recently been elected treas. Cockrell, Mrs. Glenda Pellicer
Armour Star SMOKED
urer of the Florida Division. and daughters, Rita Robin 'and MeatySPARE
Mrs. Cook presented parts of Ronda, Mrs. Jeanette Bertha, RIBS SLAB BACON
the "Southern Christmas Book" and Mrs. Freda Deen.
by Harnett Kone dealing with
the development of Christmas II Mrs. Bette McDaniel was host. lb. 4ge SLICED FREE Ib. 39*
customs in the various parts of ess to the Finesse Bridge Club
the South. !last week. The Club will meet
The party setting was achieved with Mrs. Joann Crews tonightat Lean Western
mostly with native greeneryIn the Craig home.
wreaths and swags. The en. I
I PORK STEAKCarnation lb. 49'Bush
trance hall was brightened witha Mrs. Leonard Moody was in
gilded pine cone tree flanked Orlando the past weekend at.
by gold candles. tending the Classroom Teachers EVAPORATED Tall Can Bavarian (Plus Deposit)
Guests were invited into the Association work conferenceheld
Christmas dining room refreshments for traditional served at the Langford Hotel. MILK 8 For $1Borden's BEER PAK((12.Oz. Bottle Each) 89-

from a table covered with lace Mr. and Mrs. Walter Knight
cloth and using a hand decorated were business visitors in Jacksonville "Instant" SWEET i
Christmas tree skirt as Monday. POTATOES "".. $1 MAXWELL HOUSE (All Grinds)
the centerpiece. 4

Mrs. Harry Atkinson was welcomed Mr. and Mrs. George Moody, COFFEE
as a new member. Members Jr., Mrs. Herbert Patterson, Gary Bravo 12 Oz. Can
had each invited a guest Watson and Mike Patterson were
for the party. Assisting the in Plant City Sunday attending CORNED BEEF 39C 1458$
hostess in caring for the guests the Flying Pharmacists fly-In.
and pouring were Mrs. Robert With the Moodys it was a drive See-All 1 lb. Box. Limit 1 with $5.00 ormore food order
Bertha Mrs. W. E. Knight, and in. They started by plane but
Mrs. Zack Holland, Jr. with the changing weather conditions GRITS Please i (2) 5* (01
Members and guests included they turned back and
Mrs. Knight, Mrs. Tommy Dur- went by automobile. Pillsbury (Sweet or Buttermilk)
ranee, Mrs. Gene Knight Mrs.
Our Value
Catherine Bankston,Mrs.Thomas A number of Bunnellites at. BISCUITS "
Pinner, Mrs. Harry Murray, Mrs. tended the Palmette Follies at
DETERGENTQuart
Dean Holland, Peabody Auditorium Friday and LIQUID 8 Oz.
Mrs. Isham Johnston, Mrs. C. Saturday night. Andy Yelvlng- Can 5cLimit
B. King, Mrs. R. W. Deen, Mrs. ton was a member of the cast. 19-
Z. Holland, Mrs. Jim Cook, Mrs. He was also one of a numberof Plastic Bottle ( 4 Please)
Rosely Cameron, Mrs. Harry At. the cast Invited to sing at t
Limit 1 with $5.00 or more food order
kinson, Mrs. R. Walters, Mrs. the Oceanside Country Club fol.
W. W. Deen, Mrs. J. O. Craig, lowing the performance. The FROZEN FOODSWinter
Mrs. J. C. Deen, Mrs. Robert cast were guests of the club.
Bertha and the hostess. FRESH PRODUCE Garden 8 oz. Pkg.
Mr. and Mrs. Lloyd Robertsonand For
Mr. and Mrs. Ray Carle, Glenn family were recent weekend MEAT PIES 6 'I00
Carle and Mr. and Mrs. Wilber guests of 'relatives in Bax- 1 lb. Cello BagCARROTS
Sheffield have recently returned ley, Ga. They also attended a : swsta s
from a visit in St. Clairsville and birthday dinner given for Mrs. Each 9C
Martins Ferry, Ohio, with rela. Robertson's grandmother.
tives. Large Crisp PascalCELERY
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Mr. and Mrs. H. T. Cook and For
Mr. and Mrs. Frank Reynoldsare Mr. Jim Cook were overnight Z 19C Giant
visiting here with their son visitors in Jacksonville Mondayand 58C
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and his family, Dr and Mrs. Tuesday. Juicy Calif. RedGRAPES
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FLAGLER BEACH SCHOOL CHRISTMAS LIGHTING
STORE
FLAGLER FOOD -
HONOR ROLL CONTEST ,
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Grade 6: Victoria Perritt Jack TIM Flagler Beach Garden r1' Nhfx/ / / I

Collins, Patrick Duncan, Sandra Club will sponsor an outdoor
Abbott Linda Smith. Christmas Lighting Contest for I

I Grade 5: Lynn Ward, Jeff the homes again this year with
I Taylor, Sue Ellen Seale, Judy prizes to be given to the five I

Owens. top winners. .
Grade 4: Thea Heln, Rose !' Prices Good Thursday, Friday, Saturday, QUANTITY RIGHTS
The judging will be by points
mary Bross, Debbie Meekins, in several categories and the I j December 10, 11, 12, 1964 RESERVED
I'
Karen Duncan, Jack Rawlins, '
or'
displays may be simple
Ralph Abraham. elaborate. Persons who wish to FRESH MEATS FRESH PRODUCE -
enter the contest should call II
GARDEN CLUB
fAt Mrs. Frank Brede chairman, at
GRADE "A" WESTERN BEEF CHIQUITA GOLDEN RIPE
a special board meeting at 439.2189, before the night of December .
the home of Mrs. Peggy Meshey 22nd.5ubaa1be CHUCK Lb.

Friday, December 4, It was decided Lb. BANANAS. 10
i to have the annual Christ. POT ROAST 49 .
mas party for Garden Club tor The Flagl.rrlbunt
members and their guests at $2. 0 A Year In Advance
,
? the AlA Restaurant, Flagler I i- I TENDER GOLDEN YELLOW
Beach, on. December 17 at 6j I iI I 'i"i7i ""'iF"i'i 1 -- I GRADE "A" WESTERN BEEF Ears

P.M. Members are asked to I PETERSON TEXACO I ROUND BONEROAST CORN 5 29

ci call Mrs. Peggy Meshey, chair. SERVICE u.'
man, at 439.2049 for reservationsby I
ROAD SERVICE I; 59'U.
December 11. There will be
an exchange of gifts I Light Mechanical Work I LARGE FRESH CRISPYCELERY
I Phone 437.3441 Bunntll
i .... . ......... Stalks *
Friends of Arthur Vowell will I -- -- .'S. CHOICE CENTER CUT 2 25

be glad to know that he returned CHUCK (Family)
yesterday to his home at GULF LIFE INSURANCECO.
1382 South Flagler Ave. after "..
STEAK 59'U.
his stay in the Halifax Hospital LEE B. MERCER AgentP. FROZEN FOODS24 -
in Daytona Beach. Mr. Vowell,
O. Box 518, Bunnell
uncle of Kay I son, fell at his home Thanksgiving Phone 437-3460 S. CHOICE 0

day.METHODIST. r SIRLOIN PEACH PIES 3 For $100

CHURCH RED SEZ. . Lb.
Last Monday a district conf- Does your T V Have a STEAK 89' Limit 3 Please

ference was held at the Ormond Headache?
Beach Methodist Church. Rev. Is your Antennae Bent? 10 OZ. McKENZIE
and Mrs. R. N. Hoover, Rev..and Has your Tube quit LARRY'S HOME MADE
Mrs. E. Lester Santon, Lyman sparking? PURE PORKSAUSAGE Pkl:.
Gage, Mrs. Clara Hoppe, Mrs. Is Your resistor resisting? ORCUT WHOLE OKRA 5 $100

Myrtle Streeter, Mrs. Fred SeeBEACHCOMBER Lb.
Marks, Mrs. Ray.. Lehr and Mrs. TV 49"None

Roger Hoose attended to represent SERVICE DAIRYFOOD
the Flagler Beach Method.1st Stan Farnsworthor Better ,
Church. I (\
This morning (Thursday) at Dave Watkins I ., KING
9:30 the Woman's Society of 2 Miles North of Pier PALM RIVER b'

Christian Service meets. The 439.2069 SLICED .. OLEOL 10
Christmas program is in chargeof I Flagler Beach, Fla.IN .
Mrs. Ray Lehr and Mrs. Bern. Limit 2 with $5.00
BACON Ib 49 or more food order
ie Wilson. Hostesses are Mrs. TILE CIRCUIT COURT IN AND
William Chlmpky and Mrs. William roll FLAGLKH COUNTY. FLOIl-
IDA IN CIIANfRltr NO. 4DI3J.
Givens WALTER GREEN and wife HERSHEY'S
Church school time is 9:45: MADEL M. GUKKN Plaintiffs.
FOLGER'S
A.M. each Sunday morning and v..
worship hour is 11 o'clock with .trr1liot'R8::OHKKN and ;wife and
ISABKLLK O. a ItE EN. Unmarried SUGAR
'
Rev. Reynold Hoover, minister. .
The MYF meets at 6:30. each i Defendant. COFFEE
NOTICH It\ PUBLICATION
Sunday evening. IN TUB NAME AND BY TUB
The church school will be as. AUTHOWTY FLORIDA TO:OK TIlE STATE OK e. '
assisted by the chapel choir in Isabelle 0. Oren 1UI Short 1 Lb. ) 5 11i 39Limit
Street New Orleans Louisiana '
presenting a Christmas program You 1SAHELLH O. fJRKEN.! are Can 58' Bag
hereby notified I that a lilll of Complaint 1 .
with '
$5.00
December 20, at 7:30 P.M. to foreclose a certain mortgage or more food order
Everyone is invited to attend on the following described
prop Limit 1 with $5.00 or more food order
and asked to bring a "white tfFot(14\, of Block Thirty
one (II). Moody Subdivision as
wrapped" gift for the Sarah shown (n rial Hook No 1, 12 OZ. CAN VAN CAMP
Hunt Children Home. Page 21 on the Public Recordsof
Flakier County, Florida 2Y. CAN OSAGE FREESTONE
The church school and the has been filed against you and you CORNED Each
Methodist Youth are required to serve a copy of For
BEEF.
Fellowshipplan your Answer or Pleading to the 45
to go caroling on Christmas .Dill attorney of Complaint It T.. on Cook.the plaintiffs Esquire PEACHES 2 53303
Eve, from 6 to 8 P.M. rest Odice Box 1. Uunnell. Flor
Also on Christmas Eve 11 to I ors,Pleading I 1 In the theI I office Answer of the Fine With Cabbage
12 P.M. there will be a Midnight Clerk of the lr ttO Court on or
before the 11th day of December CAN STOKELY'SAPPLE ROYAL PINKSALMON
Service at the church. Everyone I DM. If you fall to do '0. Judgment
is invited to'attend this and all by default will be taken against For
I you for the relief demanded In the )
services. I [Jill I of Complaint SAUCE 2 29 Cans
This notice shall be published 59'
I one each week for four consecutive
Florida's oldest wildlife con. weeks In The Flagler Tribune.
Done and Ordered at Ilunnell.
serration law appeared in 1828.It Florida this 30th day of Novem
ber 1M4, 303 Can American Beauty Golden JOE CRAIN'S FLA. GRADE "A"
prohibited fire hunting in the E. A. 8MYTIIB.! Clerk
Territory. The use or possession Orcult Court, Flagler County, CREAM For ""
of a gun and light at night is Floridaliy Julia R. Harvey STYLE CORN 5 69'' EGGS 289'GIANT
DpUtjrAttorney Clerk
still a violation of the wildlife It. T Cook
law I for Plaintiffs
Nov. It Deo. S.10-11-4to
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,i RIB TIPS 6 Ibs, $1

PERSONAS ; PIG TAILS Sib.. $1

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HOG MAWS Slb.$1

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... FOR THRIFTY I SHOPPERS \
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Ibs.
U. D. C. Christmas Surprise Birthday
Meeting ThursdayThe Party Honors U. S. D. A. CHOICE STANDING

Gen. Joseph E. Johnston Mrs. SpencerMrs. I i *
Chapter U.D.C. held its December Molly Spencer was guestof I I RIB ROASTChoice lb. 79
meeting at the home of Mrs.H. honor at a surprise birthday'w
T. Cook Thursday afternoon.Mrs. party last Sunday at her home I
W. E. Knight presidedover in Orlando. Members of her I Juicy
the short business meeting family arrived with a birthday I

when she called for a report on picnic dinner complete with a I I ALL MEAT STEW lb. 69*
the General Convention held recently large birthday cake decorated
in Richmond, Va. Mrs. in blue and white. The picnicwas I
Holland and Mrs. R. W. Deen held outdoors. I:Western SELECTBEEF
had attended and Mrs. Deen Those from here attending included I
gave a most interesting reportof two sisters, Mrs. Kate r lb. *?
LIVER
the convention and further Bankston and Mrs. Mattie Pel II 39
historical places they visited on II lacer; Mrs. Mary Ketus Holland
their return. trip. Mrs. Holland ,Mrs. Beatrice Cockrell, Joann
has recently been elected treas. :Cockrell, Mrs. Glenda Pell leer
I Small MeatySPARE Armour Star SMOKED
urer of the Florida Division. and daughters, Rita Robin 'and
Mrs. Cook presented parts of Ronda, Mrs. Jeanette Bertha,
: RIBSlb. SLAB BACONSLICED
the "Southern Christmas Book" and Mrs. Freda Deen. I
by Harnett Kone dealing with
the development of Christmas Mrs. Bette McDaniel was host. 49C FREE lb. 39e
customs in the various parts of ess to the Finesse Bridge Club
the South. last week. The Club will meet
The party setting was achieved with Mrs. Joann Crews tonightat Lean W e.ternPORK
mostly with native greeneryin the Craig home.
wreaths and swags. The en. I *
trance hall was brightened witha Mrs. Leonard Moody was In STEAKCarnation lb. 49
gilded pine cone tree flanked Orlando the past weekend at

by gold candles. tending the Classroom Teachers EVAPORATED Tall Can Bush Bavarian (Plus Deposit)
Guests were invited into the Association work conferenceheld

Christmas dining room refreshments for traditional served at the Langford Hotel. MILK 8For $100Borden' BEER PAK((12 Oz. Bottle Each) 89-

from a table covered with lace I Mr. and Mrs. Walter Knight
"Instant" SWEET
cloth and using a hand deco- were business visitors in Jack ''
rated Christmas tree skirt as sonville Monday.Mr. POTATOES Pkg. 'I00 MAXWELL HOUSE (All Grinds)
the centerpiece.Mrs. 4
Harry Atkinson was wel. and Mrs. George Moody, COFFEE
corned as a new member. Members Jr., Mrs. Herbert Patterson, Gary Bravo 12 Oz. Can
had each invited a guest Watson and Mike Patterson were I
for the party. Assisting the in Plant City Sunday attending I CORNED BEEF 39* I458c
hostess in caring for the guests the Flying Pharmacists fly-in.
and pouring were Mrs. Robert With the Moodys it was a drive.In See-All 1 lb. D.ox. Limit 1 with $5.00 or more food order
Bertha Mrs. W. E. Knight, and They started by plane but
(2))
Mrs. Zack Holland, Jr. with the changing weather conditions GRITS i 5c r
Members and guests includedMrs. they turned back and
Knight, Mrs. Tommy Dur' went by automobile.A Pillsbury (Sweet or Buttermilk)

ranee, Mrs. Gene Knight, Mrs. Our Value
Catherine Bankston, Mrs.Thomas number of Bunnellltes at : BISCUITS i
Pinner, Mrs. Harry Murray, Mrs. tended the Palmette Follies at,
Dean Holland, Peabody Auditorium Friday and LIQUID DETERGENTQuart 8 Oz. C.L :
Mrs. Isham Johnston, Mrs. C. Saturday night. Andy Yelvlng- : Can 3 ..,
B. King, Mrs. R. W Deen, Mrs.Z. ton was a member of the cast i 19.
Holland, Mrs. Jim Cook, Mrs. He was also one of a numberof Plastic Bottle (Limit 4 Please) '. \ .
Rosely Cameron, Mrs. Harry At. the cast Invited to ting at I II ,
Limit with
I 1 5.CO or more food order
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kinson, Mrs. R. Walters, Mrs. the Oceanside Country Club following i V
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W. W. Deen, Mrs. J. O. Craig, the performance. The I FROZEN FOODS
Mrs. J. C. Deen, Mrs. Robert cast were guests of the club. ;
Bertha and the hostess. FRESH PRODUCE Winter Garden 8 oz. Pil,.
Mr. and Mrs. Lloyd Robertsonand I For
Mr. and Mrs. Ray Carle Glenn family were recent weekend I MEAT PIES 6 'I00
Carle and Mr. and Mrs. Wilber guests of relatives in Bax- 1 lb. Cello BagCARROTS

Sheffield have recently returned ley, Ga. They also attended a
from a visit in St. Clalrsville and birthday dinner given for Mrs. Each geLarce
Martins Ferry, Ohio, with rela Robertson's grandmother.Mr. .
tives. Crisp PascalCELERY '
WESSON OIL
and Mrs. H. T. Cook and For
Mr. and Mrs. Frank Reynoldsare Mrs. Jim Cook were overnight Z 19C Giant
visiting here with their son visitors in Jacksonville Mondayand SVC
48 Oz. Bottle
and his family, Dr. and Mrs. Tuesday. Juicy Calif. RedGRAPES
Allen Reynolds. iContmuea on page Q) lb. Limit I with $5.00 or more food order
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Your Savings I DNa&a his prayers and other assistance; ST. THOMAS CHURCH or who alive aN: not known to b* dead

the doctors and nurses In the (Episcopal) SBCTION 7100I-S4J.
Be GreaterYou r South Anderson Street 9 (1-95) FLAdLi .J1e.ad
May hospitals; those who donated Rev. Jarae. Henry Taylor Jr. Addre
Anton
(Continued from page 5) blood; those who assisted In 10:30 a. m.Sunday Church Bervleesj School c/o Marlon Field Clinton Field

may be saving moremoney providing transportation to and 11:15 Sermon a. m. Morning Prayer and P. O. Box 4T6

than you think. Visiting here Sunday with from the hospital for Mother Holy Communion lit SundayIN Pearson SRD NO.Georgia 107.1

Mrs. Daisy Walker and Miss and all those who prayed, sent Helen Field
Economists with the Florida P. O. Box 426
Lucille Walker were Mrs. Russell cards and sent flowers. ------ Pearson, Georgia
Extension Service TilE CIRCUIT COURT OF
Agricultural SRD NO.
107.1Marlon
Walker and young son, Vt.M-l.KH COUNTY FLORIDA

point out that many of the Russell Jr., and her mother, Our words cannot convey our IIV CHANCERY NO. 4973 Clinton Field .

places where the family puts Mrs. Burns of New Smyrna deep thanks so we would like ROBERT OWENS Plaintiff P. O. Box Oeorgla 426 .

its money are Investments of a Beach] Russell, Jr. Is Mrs. Walk to use the words of Jesus who v... PelR'B NO. 107.1

sort er's great-grandson. said In Matthew 25:40, "Inas- LORETHA OWENSDefendant. Frank Thompson

much as ye have done it unto NOTICE' TO DEFEND 17948 Roscoe Boulevard
)Vhen you put money In the THE STATE OF FLORIDA, TO: Reaedea California.
Mrs one of the least of these my LORETHA OWENS. SRD NO. 107.1
bank, buy savings bonds, Investin Mr. and Dave Dobson whose residence and poet
brethern, ye have done It unto office address are unknown Marlel M. Tldwell Thompson
stocks, or pay for a businessor were recent visitors In Orlando
You hereby notified that 17948 Roscoe Boulevard
Me. May God bless each of are a .
reaj estate, you know you with Mr. Dobson's daughter and suit has been filed against you In Recedea, California
you. the above entitled cause; and you SRD NO. 107.1
have saved money. Making pay. I her family, the L. W. Webbs. are hereby required an
kt"orlhr.o'goand
ments on a mortgage of a homeis I Also in Ocala with Mrs. Dobson's Mr. and Mrs. Lee A. Osteen ewer to with serve the a copy thereof upon, 119 Betty North Tldwell Orchard Street

also a form of saving. i son and his family, the O. C. and children. the plaintiff or Ilalntlt'a attorney P. O. Box 574
whose name An la: Watertown New York
believe Sheltons'Mr. JOSEPH W. HATCHETT61S SRD NO. 107.1
The economists you S. CampbellDaytona

can count time payments on a Beach. Floridanot James Brewer Tidwell I
later than December 19, A D. 119 North Orchard Street
and Mrs. Joe Brock have
car or a piece of household CLASSIFIEDADS 1964. P. O. Box 674
In. purchased the home of Mr. and If you fall to do BO, decree pro Watertown New York
furnishings
equipment or as confesao! will be entered again SRD NO. 107.1
vestments to a certain extent, Mrs. Spencer White on South you for the relief demanded In the
Stone Street and expect to move bill of complaint. The nature of PARCEL NO. 107.1 BORROW PIT
when you consider that you are aid suit being for divorce. WET)0STATIPIT 6612.100LEFT-
Into It In the very near future. WITNESS my hand and seal ot ((( ON
building personal property. aid Court thla 17th day of November That part gf:
They formerly operated the Listings under this heading are A. D., 1964. The SE(% Section 22, Township
Count your life insurance Water Oak Service Station In 3 cents a word each insertion. (Official Heal) E. A. SMTTHE 11 South. Range SI East;
While Clerk of lAid Circuit Court described a* follow:
premium as savings. you 75 cents is the minimum charge
the Blmlnl! Area.THANK.
Commence
By Julia R. Harvey on the South line of
are providing for the future, youare Deputy Clerk said Section 22 at a point 869.46
also Increasing the cash and USED BUILDING MATERIALS Nov. 19-26 & Dec. 2-10-4tc feet West Of the Southea-- <-ni-n.n
thereof:
: YOU and run North 1820'19
loan values of the policies. Lumber, all sizes framing and IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF :Wet 272896 South
KLARLEn COUNTY, FLORIDAIN 71'89'41 IJtee6tJo! ::tce
to the
sheeting bathroom fixtures
Remember that your contributions We wish to express our heart. CHANCERY NO. 49N3 Northeast corner of Borrow Pit

to a pension plan and de felt appreciation to all those pipe, doors, windows, tin, used WALTER K. .CHAMBLEE. JR. No.KING.2 for From the POINT OF BEGIN
Plaintiff ; said Point of Begin*
ductions for social security, who helped our Father and brick, etc. Phone 4392263. MAROARETVCHAMBLEE.Dffendant. ?'?* run South 89'09'41" West

which provide for your retire. Mother during our Fathers recent Dec. 10-ltp tZllt.[ feet 1460 thence feet; South c.OO.North 60'19'

ment, are savings, too. I Illness and operation. NOTICE TO DEFEND 909'41! East 720 feet: thence
TH FLORIDA. TO North 00'50'19We.t
FOR SALE Portable : J 1050 feet
When you consider all thitems ese We would like to especially Zenith MARGARET CHAMBLEE toc the Point of BeginningorCONTANINO -

I you will realize that you I I thank the Rev. Mr. Thomas Stero with sterephonic sound, Seaford.Aft North Delaware.Pine Street Extension 17.36 acres, more

are having a lot more than you Pinner, pastor of the First Bap automatic changer, adapter and You are hereby notified that a Parcel N0 107<1 Continued
suit has been filed against In
3 speakers like new. Call 437- you ALHS3
think. tist'Church of Bunnell, for his the above entitled cause; and you ROAD,FOR BORROW PITThat
3264. 12-10-2tp I are hereby required to rlhr.o'8'oand answer NO. J .
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with the Clerk cart of:
to serve a copy thereof upon The SE% of said Section 22;
FOR SALE- bedroom 2 bath the plaintiff or plaintiff attorney. described a* follow:
home with office and family whose name and address is: Begin at the Northeast corner
RAY SELDEN of' Borrow pit No. 2 a* located
room. W-W carptetlng, six lots. Selden Building above and run South 0060'19 EU1
: CALL Daytona Beach Florida 2.24 feet thence North 71.
200 Palmetto, Ed Blelejeskl, Box not later than January 2, A. D. East 265.7 feet to the Weterlr
; 537, Bunnell. 12-10-ltp I 1905. right' of way line of State Road >
., If you fall to do so. decree proconfeeeo 1-96)} thence North 1820'19 Wet
I will be entered against along said right of way line 60
LOST-LIght yellow male cur you for the relief demanded in the feet; thence South n'U'4111' West
bill of complaint. The nature ofaid SIlO feet to the Point of Beginning:
dog name plate on collar with cult being for divorce. CONTAINING. 0.41 acre more or

Robert Allman, Port Orange, WITNESS my hand and seal of lelJl.
aid Court this let day of December WELL KATY.11.TIDWPLL TID.
Bunnell Motor Pla. on plate. A cash rewardfor 'A. D. 19<4. : LE-
(Official Seal) E. A. GRANDE and husband WALTER
any information on this dog. Clerk of iiatd Circuit Court O. 1.EGRANDE. HARRY E. TID-
Contact Coy Harris.- 4373367. By Julia R. Harvey WELL and wife IDA MAE TIDWELL. -
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JOHN
Deputy Clerk F. TIDWELL and
*" 'r 12.10.2tc Dec. 3.10.11.U-4tc wife ZORA LEE 'J'IDWELL. MAG-
hu band WILLARD EATMAN
IN TUB CIRCUIT C01TRT SEVENTH EATMAN, TOM
FOUND-1 black and brown JUDICIAL CIRCUIT. IN C. TIDWELL.'JAMES O. TIDWELL

Leopard male dog. Owner can AND FOIL FLAGLER COUNTY, and wifeWILLIAM HAMPTON TIDWELL.
Company FLORIDA. EQUITY NO. 4978 TIDWELL
: claim at Harris Appliance, Bun PAULINE SCY 'HERA. and wife EDITH TIDWELL. HARION' -
CLINTON
FIELDS
Plaintiff and wife
nell. 12.10.2tc VI. HELEN FIELDS. JAMES BREWED
---I-- JAMES E. 8CYPHERS. TIDWELL and wife BETTY TIDWEI.L -
FOR SALE-10 acre farm houseIn Defendant. I ,. MARIEL M. TIDWELL
l <: TO AI'FEAH AND THOMPSON and husband FRANK
1 NOTICE i
1', good condition, large garage, ANSWER JJOMPSON. HARRY BYRON TID-
IN THE NAME OF THE STATEOF vvH' and wife OERALDEEK TID
437-3301 2 small concrete buildings; coops FLORIDA: THOMAS JACKSON TID

for 600 chickens some fruit TO: 6100 (SUPPLY SQUADRON TIDWELL.\VEU and wife FRANCES FRANKIE MARION LEE

trees, half mile west of Highway POST OFFICE BOX 2509 TIDWELL CAPPS and husband
A. P. O. 333CALTFORANNTAISCO EDDIE CAPPS BARBARA TID
1, Favorlta. Andrew Rusyn. CONE CONF] and hUlLband DUANE
I ANNE TIDWELL. BELLE
12-10-ltp
.1 TOU ARE HEREBY NOTIFIEDthat TIDIYELL CLINTON t'lELD8.
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Commercial Household FOR SALE-1959 4-door Ford against a yoU suit in has the been Circuit brought Courtof TAKE of NOTICE hw Un Declaration .
Taking filed la
Flagler County Florida In
the
Galaxie. Contact Shelton Brooks .
Equity by PAULINE SCTPHERS. t.ve".i13rlc, cause by the P.

fan be financed. 12.10.3tc and you are hereby required to of these proceeding acquiring of the authority
file personally or by attorney of the above-descrlbed taking
-- with the Clerk of said Court the lands for
FOR SALE 3 lots In the woods, written defence If any. to your theComplaint tltlon purpose In this"t forth vII In the Pe
cause : A* right
150' 115 fenced for In said suit. on or be* of way for
x good coun a portion of State
fore the nth day of December Road
I 9 (I-eb) In Flakier
try living. Priced $300. Contact A. D. 194<< and also to serve a copy' Ho ell and County..
FOR of your written defenses Meltonthoneloof
upon
Adam Pada, Rt. 1, Box 7, Bun Me** r*. Olnky and Krol. Attorneys Judges WIv the Circuit: ofn the
: for Plaintiff, at their office Court the
nell. 12.3.2tp will non Judlcfal< Circuit of
address at 411 Main Street Ito
Daytona Bench .Florida on or before ;.I use .n the ce"lerer"cl &J.ol
FOR SALE--2 bedroom house, the 28th day of DecemberA. at Bunneir. aaonsider
D. 19(4. a* required by Florida aid
bargain at $5900.00 Reasonable Rule of Civil Procedure and hereIn Declaration appraisers of Taking. appoint -

GAS FUEL OIL terms, located In center of Bun and fall Final not Decree or Decree will Pro be Confeso entered All Order parties a. the to the Court and deems make proper.such

nell. For Information phone against you by l'Ideru'e ties Interested may cult and all par-
appear and be
I That the n Court In beard
at
the time I
4373719. 11.19.4tp : which laid cult haa been InstitutedIs nated and place deeig

the Circuit Court. Seventh Judicial You. and each of you
FOR SALE Ford half ton pick. Circuit of Florida. In and for commanded to by are hereby
Flagler County. In Equity and Answer to the Petition filing an
NEEDS Harris 4373367. After that the title of said I heretofore
LUBRICATION up. Coy herelnabove set forth. cause a* CourtnonDiorebefore, In the entitled
6 P. M. call 4373573. 11-5-tf lI.t day
You are further notified that the of December. A. D. 1944
nature of said suit Is a suit fora what right title Interest to chow
WANTED IRONING to do at my ( ) divorce (b) custody and sup ruihrat ) J. you have or In lien and
port of ( *
home, reasonable. Pick up & de. rary and permanent attorney* IhoW'.cause why the samedshould
fee and (costs and (d) not be
temporaryand taken for the
PRODUCTS livery. Phone ID 73669. uses and pur
QUALITY permanent alimony. poses set forth 'a the
10.24-U WITNESS n.rl.; hand ltadth seal of filed her.ln. Petition
office at IJrd WITNESS ray Hand and Seal
day of November A. D. 1964 i this Court oa this 17tb of
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SEPTIC TANK cleaning; drain R A. SMYTH day of NoYtmbe -
EMIL A. SMTTHE. a* Clerk of )i. -.tD'SYfuE
fields Installed; snail shelL Reasonable the Circuit Court of Flagler SrAV* Circuit Court.

prices. Call George Ja ntct'u; Florida for FU ltr County.
(Ct Peal) Florida.
rot ID 7-3410 8-1-tf OSSUNSKY AND KROL By: Julia R Harvey
LOW COST Attorneys for Plaintiff
Ill Main StreetDaytona James J.Richaardwa
CONSTIPATED? >> Reach Florida Holland Building
To prove PHUN-EVAC<< containing Nov 26_A Dee. 1.1t.1T-Ue Tallahassee Florida
Prune Fig A Senna It world' I ot Counsel for the Petitioner.
Smo-o-thest bt and most natural ix TUB finer COURT OF THE Noy. 1t.1I 1& Dee. a.lG-4tc
laxative, hurry to jllo:\'.:\TII JIDICIAI. CIHCflT,
FAST SERVICE MOODT'S PHARMACY I IV AM> KOH FL4ni.Kn COI N.
TY. FLORIDA. LAW NO. tt3
or I STATE tOAD DEPARTMENT
trtaCI
:1'oftiro.O llirf
OF FLORIDA an Agency of llgltr ZribunrIIVNNELL
old neb year. the Plate of Florida.

V. Petitioner FLORIDA'

EDDIE CAPPS. et al.
JOHNSTON'SFLAGLER Defendant MRS M.a FILLER Editor
NOTICE OF HULK NI-I
SERVINGAll BEACH REALTY CO. NOTICE 0. t:*!%KT ')()."'I
PROt'FEDtr01 0......... Mwa."r fee
LarS HOMES OCEAN FRONT all
IV THE NAME: AND BY TUB Ion AdTenUUgPAGE
WATER FRONr FARMS AVTHOIUTT OF THE STATE OF
FI.oRIIU.
I ACREAGE TO ALL WHOM IT MAT CON Entered aa IHOnd class

5 ee iu for your real estate needs CERN and to all person andpar. .February C. 1111. .t the matter peat.
ties claiming or having any right omee at Bunnell
Flagler County i Office Phone HE 9-2242 title. Interest, estate mortgage, orother Act ot March, Ie 1376Ow Florida uDder
lien to or on those certainparcels
I Residence Phone ID 7-3691 of land hereinafter de

or ID 7-3517 scribed. and the following persona, year -.--_.,, t1 Ie
together with all unknown persons Ita -. .. Jll.33
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Thursday, Dec. 10, 1964 THE FLAGLER TRIBUNE, BUNNELL. FLORIDA PAGE SEVEN. ,

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First Freeze meteorologists can forecast I Key West in more than 100 yearsof Where was the coldest place al history The lowest' temperature

I weather only a few days in advance . weather history. ever in Florida To answer this ever observed was 2 degrees

Date Varies with accuracy. Thanks to the milder ocean question, Butson had to dig back below zero at Tallahassee In I

I i However, instead of looking waters, coastal areas around through 65 years of climatologic. February, 1899. I

Over the StateSince for advance weather conditions, the state are more frost-free ,1- --- -
than the Interior sections. The - - - - -
'we
can look into the past and
Florida generally has climatologist notes that the Atlantic .
get an indication from former
variable winter weather I Coast Is less
many susceptibleto In Flowersby
weather history as to when the Artistry
anxious homeowners and farm first a low dip in the mercury
frost may strike. Keith
ers probably wonder when ,Jack 1 than the Gulf Coast at the same
Butson, state climatologist with
Frost will bring, the first gushof I latitude.
the Florida
Agricultural Expert-
freezing air to the state.
I I I
.. ment Stations, explains that
No one can say what the sea.son's weather records can give a good Books Are My Dish jo4epl FLORIST I

weather will because
bring idea when the temperature will

is- TUB CIRCUIT COURT, SKVFTVTH dip to the freezing point in different By Dorothy Homons WEDDINGS FUNERAL DESIGNS

JUDICIAL CIRftJIT IN sections of the state.
AND FOR TIIK STATE OF Skimming through a copy of HOSPITAL ARRANGEMENTS

FLORIDA. COUNTY OF FLAG- Florida extends in a north. the Saturday Review at the
L.KII IN CIIAIVCEKY. CASE NO.GRANZIE .
4950 O. STEPHENS south direction between the Flagler Woman's Club Librarywe Serving Bunnell and Flagler Beach

Plaintiff. moderating waters of the Gulfof came across what we thinkis

the best book buy for Christma's .
STEPHENS Mexico and the AtlantOcean
RUBY L. 140 W. Granada Ave.
Phone
tendant.DIVOn.CE and frost and freezing -books to be treasured by

TO: RUBY L. STEPHENS, weather generally occurs at I eight or eighty year olds. Ormond Beach, Fla. 6778844

Hickory Route No.North 4. P. O.CarolinaYou Box 430 staggered times farther down Critics rave about them: "The

are hereby notified that a the peninsula. Library makes e perfect gift, FLOWERS BY
WIRE SERVICE
Complaint for Divorce has been
but don't ask to with
me part
filed against you, and you are required -
to serve a copy of your An- The Panhandle section of the mine. "They are now so popular
Pleading to the Complaint
ewer or
on the Plaintiff attorney: state felt the first nip of win. that many foreign countries

W. Wadsworth ter October 20-21 when several want them.
P. O. Box 898 FOR ALL HOURS-DAY
Bunnell Florida readings of 32 degrees F. were Each volume of the Odyssey OR NICHTAMBULANCE
and file the original Answer or
Pleading In the office of the recorded in the Tallahassee-De- Library covers some intriguingarea
of the Circuit Court on or before, Funiak This of
-' Springs area. section knowledge both writers
the 19th day of December A. D.
1964. of the state always receivesthe and artists are famous. The ad. PHONE VAlley 4 1625!
If you fail to do so, judgmentby
default will be taken against I state's first frost. gives you an idea the books are SERVICE

you Complaint.for the relief demanded in the I Butson says nearly all areas exquisite, can be put in a pock. ST. AUGUSTINE. FLORIDA

nell DONE Florida AND this ORDERED 17th day at of Bun-November I north of Ocala and west of the et, are 48 pages many in color. Never be hesitant about calling a Garcia Ambulance. We

A. D 1964E. St. Johns River can expect at Price, 95 cents. Write The Odyssey
are always crt your ...mwith promptness, gaiety aDd
A Clerk: SMYTHS Circuit Court I;;! least one day of freezing weather Press, Dept. M20 Box 350,

Flagler County, Florida before Christmas every year. Poughkeepsie, New York. ekperifnce.
By Julia R. Harvey I I
Deputy Clerk The upper east coast north of I
: Equipped With Oxygen Re u6itator and Inhalator
(Circuit Court Seal) Flagler Beach and the Ocala
Nov. 19-26 & Dec. l.l0-4tc O. F. ALPORD
area have a 50.50 chance of I Garcia Funeral HomeP.
IN THK CIRCUIT COURT OK I Registered
FLAGLER COUNTY FLORIDA temperatures 32 degree or lower

ALMA IN CHANCERY M. MORAN NO. 41m2 by December 1. A little more Real Estate Broker E. GARCIA, Licensed Funeral Director

v.. Plaintiff south, the first freezing weather BunnelL; Florida LADY ASSISTANT

VINCENT De PAUL ;EDWARD is delayed even longer.

MORAN DefendantNOTICR Farther down the peninsula, ,

TO DEFEND I there's an even chance ,that the
STATE OF FLORIDA TO
THE
VINCENT DePAUL EDWARDMORAN first freeze will blow in before JLT

December 15. This is the vast
1602 Emory Street
Atbury Park, New Jersey citrus area from northern Lake
You are hereby notified that a .
4t;1.t'!
suit has been filed against you In County to Lake Okeechobee. \ .;. ,,:J ',
the above entitled cause; and you However, In about one year out ot .
;
are hereby to Ale your answer *
with rUt : of this Court, of four this locality has escaped \ '1,
and to serve a copy thereof upon
the plaintiff or plaintiffs attorney freezing until January.

whose RAY name 8EL.DENflelden and addres Is: Along the southeast coast, entire make .

Building ; winters sometimes pass .y.,

not later Daytona than Beach.December Florida 21. A. D. without freezing or frost. But every day ) 4 ,!'..; '. ,

1114.It. most interior sections along this a ; '1}...I.
'you fall to do '0. decree pro r "
confesso will be entered against coast have recorded freezing air
the relief demanded in the holiday
for
LOU of complaint The nature of at least once in most winters, ? j '' f

said suit being for divorce. usually in January or February.
WITNESS my hand and seal of
said Court this Jlrd day of No- If you want to avoid frost altogether i" .

vember( A.Seal D.) ItU.Omclal E. .A SMYTHS go to the Keys. Butson a "

Clerk of said Circuit Court points out that there has beenno '\
By Julia R. Harvey
Deputy Clerk I I' record of freezing weather at BIVE SETTERELECTRICALLY
Nov. 26 & Dec. 3.10.17-4to

NOTICE OP APPLICATION KOH'TAT: DEED! 1

t\f that H. T. Cook the holder of the followingcertlnca i\\
Vha.nted' said c.rUflcit. for a tax deed to be issued thereon .popular
of Issuance the description of the
The certificate number and year .
In which was assessed are as follow
property and the name tn practical
No. 3: Year of u DeVcfen Subdivision
Jones
Lot 11 Knox
ot 'roperty
in addition to the above the following certificates are outstandingon preferred t1:
said prpperty:
lUMer 1
Certificate N. Y" John H...ayft
rig un"
14 uu" N t I
15 161 K. Novak
18 I960 H T. Cook
/l0 1959 : :
13 1958
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10 un".. ..
15 195S
N N
27 1954
N
37 uu"
N N
42 1952 .. ..
75 1949 ..
84 uu"
92 1947 Bernlce Jones
Assessed to: U..I.n)1."roner..
Also filed for tax. deed were the following certificates held by wale
ton J. Klnney Certificate No. 26, Year of issuance 1162.
Description of ITopertyt WH Tract 2 Block Hert 28, Township 'I
12. flange :> East Assessed to: T. W. and Ruth Olds. ",
Ortlflrale N.. Year lI.h1., "t
8 19(1 W. J. Kinney
8 196019S9 .". . ..
""t"if. .,.. ci
1 2 UII" .. ( ...; .
Description of Property Wfc Tract 1 Sleek I 8 Section 3!. Township > , ., 1 .
12. Range 29 East Assessed to: F. F. Eldrldge.Ort.e. '" .. ..
... ... rear II...'.. \I"IJ'1" \J1I\\ /""
28 UU W. J. Kinney r
10 1961 W. J. Kinney r r'I'
Description of Property Lot 11). Block 14. Kt. Johns Park Ad. 1 '
dltlon. Section SO, Township 12. lta .. 29 Kas.1. Assessed to: II. miller.Certiorate .

N.. Year 1942 W II.J....Kinney.. ,: The "NEW LOOK" In gifts U modern; loni-Uitlnf electric
.
f; 1961 appliftncee. So whether it's omethinf new for the home,or patio,
Block 16 Bt Johns Park Addition
t
Section Description 10. Township of oli.rtLnt 29 East Assessed to: John $ .! ? or personal ups . you'll be firing comfort and convenience ',);;','

Certificate 5e. Year If..."*.? gratefully remembered time It', uaed. ,; ;
27 ( WoO Kinney
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Description 9 of Property; Lot 1961 21 Block 11 Ht John. park Addition see THESE AND MANY Mo/ieAT YOUR FAVORITE STORE: +
Section 30. Township 1:. )lung 29 East. Assessed toj Ella )I. 8'lnnemany
.
Bad Ccwwlno Clocks Hedge Trimmer $tiaven
.. Tear "
C..nla .ee 5 .I4JT.
e Coffee Maker KM SNtpefttwt Ifloe POAdo.re
S"ltaltld
1>62lt W J. Kinney (
f 2H: 75. 1>4T .. Blenders lawn Toee..,.
>1) UU"" H B/ofttf Deep Fat fryers 'ow.t Tools Tooth Brush
IU IM 1844 un" .. CM OpawrCan4fol floor\ Polishers P.dio/P1/Hl-fl Vacuum Clearwi
Description of Property Lot 16 Tllotk 14 BL Johns Park .A4d..u.a. CaMN p ICIMI o Fry ran Roe.ew/.e/ Warn lakwa
.Section J.. Township 12. JfUnge Jt Kast Assessed to. Arthur llafsen. .. Hair Dryer aandwieh GtIIIt WItfI'II.ng' Tray.and .
Also filed for tax. deed was the following certificate held br ArlldgeKhamblen
: C.rtlllc-at. No. 14; Tear of Issuanc 141. I..Mrlptli'Mi of lav m.l r.ry sp.cl.I g 1t.: AUdLECTIC KITCHEN
Property, Uook H. Pip 114. Block 4. Sctli< 4. To-wnshl JII., lung ,
2, East Aseessed to: P. T. and Virginia 'twltb.All .
of said property being In the County of Plagler State" of ITorM. '
Unless such certificates shall bo redeemed accord In a t* law the -IkJ &v' ;
Property desertbed In such certificates will b* *oM Inhthilgmioontb M* azrLI'-f1f1J..lell.
.' at the Court House door on the flrit da of ,
January left which Is tha 4h day of January, 188$. wANDfrN'. Tool
Dated this 2nd day of December. 1164.R. '''. h t ,

jerk. A. of 8MTTIIE Omit Court of FLORIDA I POWER & LIGHT I COMPANY'4HILPINO .

*1. 'Ur County Florida .
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PAGE EIGHT THE FLAGLER TRIBUNE, BUNNELL, FLORIDA Thursday, Dec. 10. 1964
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Rotary Hears Post Office Sets f{ moves In a more direct route EASTERN STAR TO served at 6:30. Games will be
and Is handled fewer times before I HOLD CHRISTMAS enjoyed following the supper.
Clifton Hours reaching Its destination.This The members
Benton Holidays not only speeds handlingof ?, PARTY SATURDAYMembers are asked to
bring a wrapped adult gift to
; Benton F. Clifton, general su I The Bunnell post office will the malls, but saves the post of the Bunnell Chap be sent to the Masonic Home.A .
pervisor for Flagler County be open from 9 A.M. to 5 P.M. office department a consider ter No. 93, Order Eastern Star,
schools, was guest speaker at each day (except Thursday- able sum of money, thereby en- are planning a Christmas party
the luncheon meeting of the Rotary ,,9 A. M. to 12 noon) so that pa. abling the postal service to Saturday night for members and fisherman may use a trot-
Club of Bunnell at the Ma. trons may purchase stamps and maintain the present pos'talrates. their families. Masons and their line of not more than 25 hooks
sonic Hall at 12:30: P. M. last mall cards and packages. In Your cooperation will be families are also invited. for taking non-game fish for
Thursday. Mr. Clifton was Introduced addition the office will be open I I appreciated. I I The party will be a covered I''I personal use provided he has a
f t'I I and welcomed to the from 9 A.M. to 5 P. M. the following dish__supper which will be valid fishing license.

club by program chairman Ly two satursdaysDecember I TOMMY KAHLERT I' . . .mm.. .. . .. .. . ... .-..-. -.-. .. ..- -. . .... .
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man Gage. 12 and 19, in order to accommodate i ft. .. .. .. .. "'.. ..". ... . ... "'.. ... .. .". .. .... "'...
i IN ROTC AT GORDONThomas
I
I Mr. Clifton presented a talk those patrons who
on the Instructional program of are not able to get in duringthe Anthony Kahlert, the NOW OPEN!
Flagler County schools. He week. son of Mr. and Mrs. A. W. KahI-
spoke of the need for' commun To be absolutely sure of on. ert, Bunnell, has been promotedto DADIICC9 SEA FOOD
Ity support of the overall school time delivery, your out of town I the rank of private first classin DAKNbd
program and pointed to the Christmas cards should be put the ROTC unit at Gordon RESTAURANTSpecializing
problems which develop when a In the, mall by Tuesday, December I Military College.
community does not support Its 15, at the latest, PostmasterRay I I Rank In: the Cadet Corps is in Oysters-Any StyleTurn
schools as evidenced by the ac Mercer warns. He also achieved by academic and military .
East from U. S. HOURS
creditatlon problems which are suggested that cards for local I progress of the individual :
facing schools In Duval County delivery should be mailed by cadet. No. 1'I Mile North of 4:00 p. m. 10.00 p. m.

at present. I December 22. I A junior college, with a prep Moultrie' Bridge. Closed Mondays

Rotary Mercer also reminded patrons I department, Gordon was found. rY'rI'rIV'rI'.................
,I ed in 1852, and Is honor
that the use of free "local" and I an
Rotary Club. Mr. John D. Perritt "out of town" separation bands I I school with a Senior ROTC unit
from Flagler Beach was a special will help move the malls faster i'operated under the Department PHONEKellei
I guest of the club. He was The bands are available at the I!!of the Army program
\ Introduced by President Thomas post office or from the route car. I
I Fuel 1 Oil
Lenssen. rlers.Mercer I I I SC CLUB SETSCHRISTMAS
noted also that thereIs
;a Honor Roll For more to the four new Christ.I I PARTYThe BURNING
mas staps than just a Flagler Senior Citizens
Bunnell School4A sign. "Each of the gaily colored I Club will hold its Christmas
\ holidays messengers can triggera party next Tuesday evening, STANDARD
: grade, Townsend: David vast amoupt of postal servicefor December 15: at the Woman's
Clegg, Barbara Cowart, Chuck you, he said. Club building south Central OIL
Cowart, Jeff Johnston, Pat Mc. The postmaster is suggesting avenue, Flagler Beach.
Coy, Kim Pazynlak, Donna Stef that all outgoing mail Include Members arid their guests will
,, Ilk, Tolbert Wimberly. the local ZIP Cod- (32010 for meet ,at 6 o'clock for a potluck PRODUCTS
4B, Mercer: Rosemary John. Bunnell) in return addresses. supper, to' ,be followed by a ,
son,, Sheila Johnston, Christine It is 'also hoped the Zip Code songfest and an evening of DIESEL -:- KEROSENEHOME
Hlgglnbotham, William Patrick, will be used when known for games. All senior' citizens are
Davey Solomon, Pamella White, all addresses. Invited and are asked to bring DELIVERY COMMERCIAL ACCOUNTS
Cherry Wadsworth.5th ZIP Coded mall generally I their own table service along Phone 437.7172 Bunnell Florida
Morris: Lila Allen, Karen with a covered dish or dessert ,
Clegg, Mary Cook, Nancy Creal,
Jo Ann Dixon, Mike Manuel.
6A, Tonkins: Minnie Deen .
Chip Johnston, Kay Perryman,
Robertson, Kirk Robertson,
Greg

Elaine, Manuel Tucker.6B .: Marlon Clegg, Come look .:them overCame! try them out!

I Catherine Harris, Lyna Knight,

Jay Townsend, Jameslne Wim' They're in our showroom now-ready for you to see and drive. So come -
.
berly, Andy Rodgers.7A
Cannon: Linda Church, 4 on in, and get the full story on the beautiful new Chevrolets for '65. > ',
Jeanne Hlgglnbotham, Gwe'nKlngLesa 'I' f .
Knight, Elizabeth I 'II ,." a--;
.
Matherly, Ann Meeklns, Barbara '. , ,, ".
>
Wilson. _, ,",. ,' "-.-.., .f",'
8A, Bradley: Gary Buckles, I .. (', .
Robbie Creal, Glen Carle, Terry ;
Rawlins, Colleen Tucker, Carol .
"
Townsend, Charles Clegg, David y : - ;
Johnson, James Robertson Diana ,I fL-
Lucas, Nancy Hargett, Brenda -
Townsend, George Koczwan :: : :
ski; 8B, Cindy Durrance. : ,
I
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9A, R. Bayless: Thomas Dun. ,
can, Tony Parker, Jo Ann Wil
son, Kewltt Dupont, Sue Broad. '65 Chevrolet Impala Super Sport Coup
away; 9B, Cliff Wetherington.

10th, Ford: Walton Cowart, It's a Jon lower, wider roomier! road. And even IhaCH seem newer.
Linda Skolar Paul Dixon Ann 65 Ch ev rolet quieter, handsomer swankier kindof Because now Chevrolet's Jet
Hugas. Arthur Ford. / : Chevrolet. Fact is, just about smooth ride is smoother than ever. I
11A, P. Bayless: Marilyn Mc. everything's new right down to the And we're itching to show it off
Nab Isabel Greene, Brenda
Tucker"Betty Lynn Bourne; 11B,
Kay Weaver. .ezI rk
12th Craig: Heidi Elscnbach, .
Cynthia Cobb, Jack Abbott Ida ,.. :'
Allen, Buzzy McKnight, Candy -) '
Lovell. ,i):
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1': BREVARD COLLEGEIS / ;

ACCREDITEDThe ...
'1.,
Southern Association of ,
'" ' '
Colleges and Schools meeting In
Louisville, Ky., thl sweek grant
.. ed full accredlatlon to Brevard '
Ncw Corsair Corsa Sport Coupe
Engineering College as a spe
clallzed Institution.Dr. .
It's looking quIcker steer And to 180 Bp mHabfo In tbo
Jerome P. founder '' a racier up
Keuper
65 Corvair ing flatter cornering roomier riding new Corns.Where do you find out
and President of the college, kind of Coroir for '65. With a about this firsthand Jest follow I
stated "Brevard County can be longer, wider new Body by Ilaicr.: the enthusiasts oar Ihowrocm.
proud of having created, In only
six years, on Its own Initiative
and with Its own resources a
fully accredited senior collegeof Mom to sec, more to try in the cars more people buy '-

This engineering could not and have science.been possible . Choose a. new Chevrolet, Chevelle, Chevy IT; Corvair or Corvette now at your dealers'

without the continued sup.
port of the Air Force', NASA and
the aerospace contractors. I be. 09-1085
lIeve that this community has
accomplished something uniqueIn HALL-TUMLIN CHEVROLET COMPANY
the history of American edu
cation." TELEPHONE ID 7.3131 BUNNELL FLORIDA



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