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Title: Flagler Tribune
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Place of Publication: Bunnell, Fla.
Publication Date: December 31, 1964
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VOLUME 52, NO. 52 BUNNELL, FLORIDA, THURSDAY, DEC. 31, 1964 $2.50 A YEAR

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Florida Education I GI Insurance May GLORIA ANN McARN New Plans For I Slot Racing


Cost Up 19 PercentFor I Be Reinstated VA Home LoansM. j Plans to Organize


Year of 1963 More than a million and a T. Dixon, of the Florida I Here Tonight

I half veterans may not know Department of Veterans Affairs,
Public education costs Florid--
I Mike Church and Levi! Bran-
that they are eligible for the reopening states that the Veterans Admin.
lans $593,700,000 during the 1963 of GI Insurance, Vet. Istratlon is now recognizing anew nam, Jr., are making plans to
fiscal year, 19 per cent over the erans Administration officials f concept of home ownershipwhen (organize a Slot Racing Club In
previous year compared with a said I Bunnell. They are inviting all
today. It authorized GI loans in
10 per cent increase nationally, I those 12 years and up to meet
the Florida State Chamber of They are those whose disabilities planned unit developments.In . at the home of Mlk ,Church at

Commerce reported in its Business although adjudged to be these developments, the 8 o'clock tonJftttM\lVursdAy<< ).
,
Review this week. service connected, are so slight home owner acquires title to the
that they do not rate monthly A land on which the house Is constructed TO\\ Un"" 'met'W; area
"Florida's faster than nation. compensation payments. and shares ownership to ndmherbrtajo j (>a>!ln8 enthus

al rate of increase indicates an The fact, however, ,that their open land areas with other iasts ftp utTnncll and they are
improving trend in the state's I disabilities are service connected homeowners In the development. planning to get the local club

schools and universities. This makes them eligible to apply Management of the open areas organized.

trend also shows Up in per capi for National Service Life Insurance and recreational facilities is I I

ta figures. The Florida total Raymond S. Smith, Flag. provided by a Homeowners' As. Senior CitizensTo
figures to $107 for every residentof ler County Veterans Service Officer sociation.
the state, 17 per cent more points out. Through the assistance of GI Hear

than In 1962. The national average The VA has no way to trace loans, Dixon says, VA Is extend. LapidaryFeatured

was $127 per person but these individuals to notify them. ing to veterans the privilege of on the program

the rate of gain was only half of their eligibility Veterans receiving I participating in this new type when the Flagler Senior Citizen

of Florida's. compensation checks, on Gloria McArn of home ownership. I I Club meets next Tuesday

"Florida's rank among the 50 the other hand, will be notified evening, January 5, will be H.R.
states In per capita expendituresfor through the mails. Serving With BARBERS OBSERVE II Hunt of Flagler Beach Hunt Is

public education was 37 dur SIXTY SIXTHANNIVERSARY popularly known as a "rock
ing the 1963 fiscal year, a decided The majority of these million Peace I I hound. lie will show his col.
improvement over the pre. and a half veterans have lost I CorpsGloria lection of rock and also talk
vious year's rank of 44. complete touch with VA, since I
hU work (rock
Mr. and Mrs. J, D. Barber and on a* a lapidary
"Florida's state universities there was no reason to notifythe I Ana McArn, 400 East
.
Christmas cutting sand polishing)
it, and' public* Junior colleges received ' agency of their whereabouts. Moody BIvd", "Bunnellf one of family enjoyrdf 11. .
Dinner and anniversary
$91,600,000 of the 1963 to. VA records show, however, 34 Peace Corps volunteers who Party Preceding: the program will be
tal, up 24 per cent while the I that 1,600,000 veterans of World left December 10, to begin a two celebration Friday at their home. a potluck upper beginning at
Anderson. Mrs.
North Mr and
national figure moved up 17 percent War II or the Korean Conflict year assignment in Malaysia.She 6 P. M. All senior citizen are
their
Florida's public schools period have been adjudged service is the granddaughter of Barber were celebrating Invited to attend this meeting

received $488,400,000, up 18 per connected in a non-compens- Mrs. Daisy Buckles. 66th Wedding Anniversary. which, according to E. Lester
Members of the family who
cent compared with 8 per cent able category.The Staton, club chairman, promises 1
The majority of the volnnteers enjoyed the day with them were
nationally. Schools for the handicapped to be an Interesting one. Those
VA is enlisting the aid of will serve in Sabah and Sarawak Mrs. Elite Shaw, Dennis Shaw,
and other special who come are asked to bring a.
patriotic, military, and other Borneo) as primary and and Mrs. Lillian Buchanan of 'covered
t schools in the state received dish or dessert along
I service organizations in an cf. ,I secondary school teachers. A Palatka; Mr. and Mrs. Claude I
$13,700,000, 8 cent. Included with their own table service.
up per fort to reach these veterans who few will be assigned to the peninsula Varn. St. Augustine; Mr. and I
Is
in these amounts a
may otherwise never learn of of Malaya.At Mrs. C. A. Byrd, Sevlle; Mrs.
round $100 million spent for new HOW TO CAPS
land and the opportunity to obtain GI In. present there are over 300 Audrey McKnlght and Buzzy
buildings, equipmentat
public universities, collegesand surance coverage that they either Peace Corps Volunteers through McKnlght, Flagler Beach; Anna FOR HOUSE PLANTS \
failed to take during service belle and Bernke Barber
out Malaysia In elementary,
To house
schools. This total is 25 per ; keep your plant
or allowed to lapse all or in secondary, vocational and university
cent more than the previousyear's I healthy and beautiful year aft.
capital outlay for these part, since that time. education, health and VETERANS, DRUGS er year, don't give them too

purposes compared with a one These veterans are probably rural community- action./ AND MEDCINES much water, but give them

per cent gain nationally. II I entitled to the lowest Insurance I Peace Corps Volunteers are I Effective January 1, 1965, anew light

"Monies spent for public( rates under the reopening plan teaching English as well as provision of the law, pertaining Dr. Edgar W .McElwee, ornamental
schools at all levels, and for since their physical Impair. I physics, math, chemistry, electronics 'I to eligibility for medical horticulturist, Florida
universities colleges and motor mechanics, architecture treatment that Agricultural Extension Service,
public ments are of such a slight nature I provide, any,
special schools are included In Smith said. and other subjects. veteran who, as a veteran of say you usually don't have to
the Florida figures. Federal Medical personnel are work. World War 1, World War 2 or water more often than onec j
funds spent under school lunch I Ing in rural clinics in outlying the Korean Conflict, is receiving every five to ten day If the soil ,
and vocational programs and MASONS INSTALL areas, and conducting Inoculation I Increased rates of non service I II well drained However, in t

for relief to Impacted areas are NEW OFFICERS campaigns, health and]I connected pension based on need winter your home may be almost '
also included. Not Included are sanitation instruction, and x-ray I of regular aid and attendance, a* arid a* a desert to your

educational grants to private f T. II. Wadsworth was installed therapy. Volunteers are also I may be furnished drugs or plants will need far more water
schools or Individuals, intereston : to serve as Master of the Bun. helping with the Malaysian gov medicines ordered on prescription than during humid summer
debt retirement funds and t nell Masonic Lodge 200. Also ernment's communications sat- i I of duly licensed physicians month The size of pot affect

costs of agricultural experiment serving on the new slate of officers telllte project and new radio a specific therapy in the watering, since mall Pots dry

stations." are William Tidwell, Sen and television systems. treatment of an Illness or InJury .I out more quickly than large
ior Warden, Leonard Johnson, The volunteers were trained I suffered by the veteran, one
WEEKI WACHEE Junior Warden, George Wlckllne for 14 weeks at the University Melvin T. Dixon of the Florida Dr. McElwee recommends

Treasurer, Ferris Solomon, Secretary of Hawaii at tills, where they I I Department of Veteran Affair placing most house plants in Indirect .
LIVE MERMAIDSIN Shelton Brooks Marshall; f studied Malaysian history and said today sunlight.Don't .

OPERATION Ray Mercer, Chaplain; George II I culture, United States history This provision 1* applicable become too attached to
I
English, Senior Deacon; Robert and world affairs. They also I only to those veteran receivingthis a plant and let it take over an

Florida's Weekl Wac: h e e, McDaniel, Junior Deacon; P. A. acquired a working knowledgeof aid and attendance rate area of your home. House plant

Spring of Live Mermaids, has Edmonson, Senior Stewart; Joe Bahassa Malay, the local under Public Law 80-211, the f.il'| to be decorative when they

resumed their popular Twilight I White, Junior Stewart; Gilbert language. new pension IAW. become overgrown.

4 Shows which features the all Frank, Tiler.Installing Dixon suggest that all interested ,
new Mermaid show, "Alice in officer was Shelton icrrr HALL CLOSED veteran contact their l Veteran onriCES AT THECOURTHOUSE

Waterland," presented' under Brooks. He was assisted by P. A. II I FRIDAY, GARBAGE County Service Officer', or TO
the brilliant Illumination of Edmonson as installing mar. ricr-u? TODAT. write to P.O. Box 1437, St. CLOSE FRIDAY

over 100,000 watts of lighting.The shall and Ray Mercer as Installing I I City Hall will be closed all Petersburg, Florida All office in the Flagler

twilight shows start daily chaplain. day Friday, January 1, 19G8 County Courthouse will be closed :
at 5:15 p. m. until January 31. which is a legal holiday. CITIZENS BANK all day Friday, January 1,
The new Mermaid show, "Alice City Clerk Nancy Rode said OPEN TODAY, 1308. "

in Waterland," features a core derwater shows but th ixyear the garbage pick-up will be today CLOSED FRIDAY New Year's Day II 1 a legal holt I
pletely new innovation In com the audience can actually: talk Instead of the scheduled The Citizen Bank of Bunnell (day '
tt.
munications. For years the Mermaids with the girls in their watery Friday pickups. The regular will be open today, Thursday, ,
have been able to hear domain thru the use of special schedule will be resumed' next and will be closed all day Fri. Florida ha* more than 1,000

the audience during their un- I I unuderwater mikes. week. day, January 1. mile of beaches.





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TWO THE FLAGLER TRIBUNE, BUNNELL, FLORIDA Thursday, Dec., 31, 1964

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universities is paying a Spain, Italy, the Congo, Eng New BulletinOn Subscribe for The Flagler Tribune

Too Late j E-- poor return on the Invest land, France, Russia, Algeria, S3L5Q A Year In Advance
and just about everywhere else Bathrooms I

the last few years the are more concerned with raising -

To Classify term "student" has become a hell, destroying propertyand It you're considering buildinga O. F. ALffORD I
.dirty word. Ninety percent of the sneering at law and order 'new bathroom or remodelingan Registered
By Russell Row anarchy, rioting and unrest is than they are in the pursuit of old one, you'll be interestedin
attributed to "students." knowledge.Oh a new publication by the Real Estate Broker
I have no quarrel with higher no, I am not forgetting the U.So Department of Agriculture, Bunnell Florida
education but It seems to me Pick up your paper and you United States. We have our full 'housing specialists.

that the millions of dollars the learn from press dispatches that share in California, Florida, New I,
world has Invested In colleges "students" In Panama, Uruguay,. Hampshire, New York and many "Planning Bathrooms for Today's ST. THOMAS CHURCH
Homes" (HG-99)) brings
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-- Whatever
other places. we may
BUNNELL HIGH SCHOOL be teaching, it apparently does you up to date on new finishes,I South(Anderson Episcopal)Street
fixtures, and materials-plus arrangements Rev. James Henry Taylor Jr.
BASKETBALL SCHEDULE 1964-65 not include respect for authority Sunday Service
that provide maxi I 10:30 a.m. Church School
for rights,
respect property
.
St nThere 11:15: a.m Morning1' Prayers and
5
L ian Tuesday Joseph or the Golden Rule. mum conveniences. Sermon '
f Jan. 8 Friday Callahan B Home- Holy Communion lat Sunday
We know that trained communists -
Recommendations for selection
\ Jan 9 Saturday St Augustine B-Home -
'Jan 12 Tuesday Flat D & B (B) Home have invaded every of materials and for space

Jan. 15 Friday Hastings BHome university campus and are allowance are based on research I MILLER
working diligently to destroy
Jan 19 Tuesday Crescent City B-There conducted by Texas and Maine
Jan 22 Friday Father Lopez BThere everything that democracy Agricultural Experiment Stations ELECTRONICS
stands for. Our youth, in this
and USDA's
Jan. 26 Tuesday Baldwin BHome Agricultural
1744 Ocean Shore Blvd.
and throughout the
Jan. 29 Friday Keystone Heights Home country Research Service, Beltville, Md.
Feb. 52 Tuesday St. Joseph nHome world, is easily led by Moscow, The publication shows a variety : REPAIRS ON TV'S
China and Cuba-trained agita
of for bath. ,
Feb. 5 Friday Hillard BHome arrangements WASHERSDRYERS
-" Feb. 9 Tuesday Callahan BThere tors. In most every Instance rooms of several different sizes.I

Feb. 12 Friday Fla. D & B (BThere their rebellions are carefully. Tom Skinner, agricultural engineer
and directed and outsiders
Feb. 16 Tuesday Hastings nThere planned Florida Agricultural Ex.
Call Collect 672.0377
Join the ranks of studentsto
Feb. 19 Friday Crescent City BHome tension Service, says they range I
Insure the of the riot
success
Feb. 23 Tuesday St Augustine BThere from small ones for one person' ALL WORK GUARANTEED
that the "students" credit
get
Several B- Team Games are listed with the to large, family-size areas that i
Varsity Game Schedule.All for.Political allow space for an elderly or 1
leaders and educators
'gomes, start at 6:30 75e adults: 50c students ill persons who need assistance.I
scream for more colleges, universities
Information Is given on I HASTINGS MATTRESS
January 9-Saturday-OCala Home 5:00: for more education, choice and care of fixtures, on I & UPHOLSTRY WORKS
,January 15-Friday-St Augustine- Home-5:00: and deplore the fact that more ventilation, lighting, and heat
January 22-Friday-Orange ParkThere7:00: and more students are reaching ing, and on practical locationsfor I 710.12 Lemon St.

January 26-Tuesday-Orange park- Home-5:00: college age and no provision is both areas. Various types of j jflnshes I Palatka, Florida
lIeights-IIome- being made to see them through Phone EA 5-9166
.. January 29-F'iday-Keystone : for bathroom walls are
February 2-Tuesday-Green Cove Home-5:00: college. We must have more discussed. Suggestions are offered Repaired FurnituUpholstering& Refinished

February 6SaturdayOcalaThere2:00: money, more buildings, more for their selection and care. Mattresses & Box Springs
-- "students" or the world will go For a single free copy of Made to Order Also Renovated

to pot. "Planning Bathrooms for Today's Call Laura Morris 437-3233
Admitting that education is Homes," send a postcard with After 6:00 P. M.

Important and very much your name and address to the PRICES REASONABLE
CALL worthwhile it seems to me thatit Office of Information, U.S. De. BUDGET PLAN IF NEEDED.
ff Just as near as
should be reserved for those partment of Agriculture, Washington your
Phone or Post Office
who are sincerely In search of D.C. 20250. Ask for Drop Us A Card or Call
knowledge and not thrown opento HG99. Free Pick-up & Delivery
Just anybody and everybody
regardless of their backgroundor
----
Bunnell MotorCompany qualifications.

It might be worthwhile for 24 Home
politicians and educators to stop
Wrecker Service
and count their change. If we
are concerned with developing

don't troublemakers need to worry and agitators about more, we Flagler Truck & Tractor Co

money, our enemies will gladly
provide the funds and the Instructors MASSEY-FERGUSON
as they have been do. Grove Farm Industrial Equipment

i ing for years. VIRGIL DECKER Phone ID 7-3242
: We could very easily provide
437-3301 I classrooms and accomodatlons Owner Bunnell, Florida

for worthy students by eliminating

the ,rabble-rousers and
trouble-makers that are more
concerned with hell raising than FOR ALL HOURS-DAY OR NIGHT

Commercial Household learning. If our institutions of
-:-
higher learning would close AMBULANCE

, ..>."'. \ their doors to those who have PHONE VAlley 4 1625;'
demonstrated their, lack of de. SERVICE
-
; ," sire for knowledge and dismiss ST. AUGUSTINE. FLORIDA !
them in favor of sincere knowledge

Never be hesitant about calling a Garda Ambulance. We
FOR seekers, we would take
care of a whole hell of a lot are always at your service with promptness safety and

of worthwhile "students" that experience.

would be a credit to their
'
schools and to the nation. Equipped With Oxygen Resusitator and Inhalator

GAS, FUEL OIL dents"If parents throughout of present the day world"stu Garcia Funeral HomeP.

would stop for a moment and E. GARCIA, Licensed Funeral Director
consider what higher educationis
LADY ASSISTANT
doing to their youngsters and
LUBRICATION NEEDS A vwvw vvw AVYWW J
would join with national leadersin

condemning activities that

are wrecking our educationals'Stem

destroying law and or
QUALITY PRODUCTS der and creating a sense of ut iWe'ti qou. 4ce qGUJt, cloctG't...

ter worthwhile.irresponsibility, it might be



Florida's newest state park,
Washington Oaks Gardens, three o
LOW COST miles south of Marineland. will

be opened to the public Janu

ary 1, 1965.GULF .


FAST SERVICE
, LIFE INSURANCECO. I

I

LEE B. MERCER Agent
I
P. O. Box 518, Bunnell
Phone 437-3460


SERVINGAll PETERSON TEXACO I 6' .tQ your .p ecJtipUon1 to'dlndctDe4t


Flagler County ROAD SERVICE SERVICE \ U, 1)'tuq srouPAGE


Light Mechanical Work .
Phone 437-3441 Bunaell C
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Dec. 31, 1964 THE FLAGLER TRIBUNE BUNNELL FLORIDA PAGE THREE

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\ mesh bag weighted with a stone
Coloring Your and submerge the bag in the

FlamesThe solution. Wear rubber gloves I MET T S Quantity Rights
Fireplace and solution.old clothing while handlingthe WE GIVE Reserved

fireplace once was the I Soak for a day or two before TOP
Telephone
. center of attention when family removing, and spread the woodon
members would gather around a newspaper to dry. Rinse
SUPER MARKET
7-3201
the fire for warmth and comfortIn the container after each chemical VALUE
chilly weather. solution is used. ***
Put wood In only one solution.
Although less romantic but As a last word of caution, STAMPS Closed Jan. 1st 103 S. Railroad St.
more effective central heating Friday
Herndon says to make sure ,
," units have replaced the wood.
chemically treated cones or wood
burning fireplaces, many Flor
pieces are burned in a well-

./ an ida open homes hearth.are furnished With a little with ventilated fireplace only. Prices Good Thursday, Saturday, Monday, Dec. 31, Jan. 2 and 4

effort, the old fireplace can be
transformed Into a colorful holi Leather Must Be FLORIDA GRADE "A"
day decoration.Tom i

Herndon, forester with I Labeled LeatherBecause (Whole)

the Florida Agricultural Extension of a recent shoe labelIng .
Service, says that colored 'act, consumers will get FRYERSSQUARE 29
flames In the fireplace at Christmas added protection from the Fed.
Lb.
time can provide a cherry eral Trade Commission.The .
type of atmosphere to the home I
-and supplment the rest of the FTC has ruled that the
Pan 5 lb. $1.59
decorations.t term "leather," or terms sug.I Family Pkg.. Ready Cut-up, Bag
Different colored flames can gestive of leather, may be used
I
be produced simply,by treating only when all substantial partsof TYPEHOG
small blocks of wood or pine the shoes or slippers are madeof
cones with common chemicals. top grain leather, exclusiveof Lb.
Herndon says that after the ornamentation.This JOWL 19See
wood Is dipped in various chemical .1 means that simulated,
solutions and allowed to I imitation and ground or shred.,
dry, they will generate a rain. ded leather with the appearance!
bow of colors in the fire. of natural or split leather must'
All Black Peas 12 10*
( Package
Eye oz. )
Before you start on this prom be labeled to Identify the part ,
ect, warns Herndon, follow the or parts so made, says Mrs.: Limit ((2)) PleaseU.
directions carefully for safety's I Gladys Kendall, marketing specialist
I sake. Florida Agricultural Ex.
S. CHOICE (FLAVOR AGED)
First the pieces of wood and tension Service.
several chemical compounds are Concealed innersoles of nom STANDING '
needed. Most of the chemicalscan leather material must carry a
be obtained from drug label stating that the innersolesare Lb.
stores, while, some are standard not made of leather. RIB ROAST 79*
fertilizers available at feed and Stamps, tags, or labels imbedded .I
.
peed or hardware stores. In or attached to the'
Here are the chemicals and shoes must give the required In.
the colors they will produce: formation, and the labels must
FLAVOR AGED (CHOICE) WORLD'S DEST
copper sulphate (green), calcium be kept on the shoes until they
chloride (orange), copper chloride are sold to the retail customer. CHUCK Lb. "..
(blue), lithium chloridered With many imitation reptile, STEAK 59GROUND BEEF 2 89'
( ), and potassium chloride I and all kinds of leather like
(purple). materials on the market today,
FLAVOR AGED. (CHOICE)
LEAN JUICY| (ALL MEAT
Use these exact chemicals the shoe labeling act Is especial. )
FAMILY Lb.
since substitutes can be danger. ly Important. -
STEAK
ous. Homeowners are cautionednot Leathers treated to look like 59STEW 69'
to use any chlorates, nitrates different type of leather must
or potassium permanga be labeled clearly to tell the RANGER (SMOKED)
nate. None of the chemicals type of leather from which they SLAB Lb. WILSON CERTIFIED SMOKED
should be combined.To are made.Subacdbe 39 Center
BACON
treat the wood or pine HAM Slices Lb 79
.I
cones, fill a flve-gallon container
to The Flagltr Tribune (Sliced Free)
with one gallon of water. Mix
In one pound of a chemical i SLSO A Year In Advance I I r
Place the wood in a .1
compound.
CANADA DRY GIANT SIZE MAXWELL HOUSE,
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FLAVIfRFlayol'l) FOLGER'S OR c. &: s.
BUNNELL BAR
TIDE
I D RiNKS '
: Gala dl OR CHEER COFFEE

HAppY Big 28 Oz.
"
NEW YEAR'S EVE Bottle Ea. 10'" Gt. Lb.Pkg. .
EW 58 Tin 59-

.PARTY t Plus Bottle Deposit


FUN FAVORS Limit (3)) with purLimit ((1) of your choice Limit (1)) of yourcholce
chase of $5.00 or more with purchase of $5.00 with purchase of $5.00
food order. or more food order or "ire food order.
PEACEFUL & PROSPEROUSNew

Year To All Our and Friend I
Neighbors
EVERFRESH (Twin Pkg.) EVERFRESH ((6 Ct. Pkg.)
DAVE RUTH LOIS Pic g.
POTATO CHIPS 49c CINNAMON


Blue Cheese Dip, Onion Dip, Bacon and Horseradish 2 Pkgs. '-
!, Clam Dip, Plain Whipped Cream Cheese, BullNS 25'Lb.
CITIZENS BANK OF BUNNELL Whipped Nippy Cheese-All) by Kraft.
SHURFRESH TALLCANNED

Chiquita Brand Lb.
Each
Will Be Open MILK fOe BANANAS JOe

Limit 4 Please

'/ i r THURSDAY, DECEMBER 24, 1964 BLACK BUSH 303 CAN EYES Each ge 8 Lb. BE


SHOWBOAT 300 CAN ORANGES 49e
Closed Friday and Saturday, Each
PORK & BEANS fOe

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RICELAND (Long Grain) 4 Lb. Bag
.. December 25 and 26, 1964
RICE IF430 APPLES 490

.x ,
t. 1 WS.UDIIZ'
'

. :, Open Thursday, December 31, 1964 50 FREE 50 FREE 50 FREETOP

fr TOP VALUE STAMPS TOP VALU&STAMPS VALUE STAMPS

and With purchase of With Purchase of With Purchase of
-. 3 Lb. or more Chuck (3) Fresh Florida Grade $5.00 or More Food
t. Roast. (U. S. Choice) "AH Cutup Fryer Order .
CLOSED JANUARY I I. 1965 Coupon Void After Coupon Void After Coupon Void After

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FOUR THE FLAGLEtt TRIBUNE, BUriflELL. FLORIDA Thursday, Dec. 31, 1964
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I T Izrlaater &5each Happy New Year

-
METHODIST CHURCH Brede of Pittsburg, Pa. The Mar1
tin Bredes also returned home I
Church school time is at 9:45A. : with the Frank Bredes for a few: STOREi
.M. each Sunday and morning days visitBooks I r
; worship Is at 11 o'clock with Rev. I I II
Reynold Hoover, mInister. 4
Are My DishBy
Last month the official board
voted not to meet In January or Dorothy Romans I 11 : : / / : 1
have the usual covered dish din. Libraries were once quiet
PRICES GOOD ONE
ner. The next board meeting places where you read and WEEKQUANTITY RIGHTS
and dinner will be after the dreamed and wrote poems, perhaps j' Begins Dec. 31, 1964 Thru Jan. 6, 1965 RESERVED
worship service on February 7. I Now, they, too, are being
pushed about by these times of ---CLOSED FRIDAY JANUARY 1st 1965---
,
change and stress. I ,
Mr. and Mrs. W. E. Fennell, In the Saturday Review, at
Jr. and family had visiting with the Flagler Woman's Club LIbrary -
them over Christmas Mrs. Fen. is a fascinating and GRADE "A" WESTERN BEEF U. S. CHOICE GRADE
nell's mother, Mrs. Ann Deen, .
and her brother In law and sis. hoff startling, LET article THEM by HAVE Martin BOOKS.Ross. Lb. 4r CENTER CUT (FAMILY\b.
POT ROAST !
ter, Mr and Mrs. Charles Sauls, What happens today when a CHUCK
all of Hlnesvllle, Ga. TEAK 59
teacher: tells his classes to \read
any article they wish on foreign GRADE "A" WESTERN BEEF
Guests of }Emily; Flora and affairs and bring in a report? ROUND TENDER SLICED
Gage"for the holidays One hundred and fifty students
Lyman BONE ROAST 59 BABY BEEF
Included Mr. and Mrs. Dick Crib appear at once 'at a small library
bett and son, David, from Ma. ,or a big one It's bad either Lb.
con, 111., and Mr. and Mrs. Hey- way) with 150 other studentson L- LIVER 49
den Etlnger and their children, their heels. . NEW YEAR'S TRADITION
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from Taylorsville, Illinois. The libraries that once wooedyoung SMOKED
people cannot take it. In PALM RIVER SLICED
New York the library closed Its HOG Lb.
Mr. and Mrs. George Moody, reading and reference rooms to JOWLS 19 BACON I 49-
Sr., arrived Monday after spending students. In Seattle, the public
the week In Fort Walton library wanted a police car to Tongue In-Teeth Out
with Mr. and Mrs. Newton Hall.I I I patrol dally all its branches to
They attended a family reunion I keep order. The reasons for this .L FOLGER'SBLACK
of Mrs. Moody's family while tidal wave of youth-the rising 12 OZ. BAG FLAGA
I there. Mr. and Mrs. Hall arrived postwar birthrate. The burest of EYEPEAS Lb. '
also on Monday for a few, new knowledge demanding new COFFEE Can 59'
Pkg.
days visit with the Moodys.Mr. text books. Shortage of class. '
I rooms and teachers. And the ,10'1 Limit 1 with $5.00 or more
., and Mrs. Bill Hoover and blame, if you can call: it that,I food orderHERSHEY'S
sons, Micky and Reynold, spent I for this chaos "reading had become I
the holidays with his parents, central to the process of 21/2 SHURFINE ELBERTA
Rev. and Mrs. Reynold Hoover. education but that no plans
FREESTONE 5 Lb.
were being made to provide the.
Mr. and Mrs. Charles Meekins necessary: reading materials." 'Each SUGAR Bag 39-
and family had visiting with PEACHES 29'Save
them over Christmas, Mrs. Meek. Limit 1 with $5.00 or more
Ins' mother, Mrs. Sam Walts of Subscribe lor ThcFlogltr Trtbuna: ,14c Per Can Limit 2 Please food order
DeLand.Mr. $2.50 A Tear In Advance
2Vi CAN VALLEY BRAND
and Mrs. Frank Brede WHOLE PURPLE JOE CRAIN'S TWIN OAKS POULTRY
spent Christmas In Orlando TIIIIIPER BIU SAYS LARGE SIZE, FLORIDA GRADE "A" !

and visiting daughter II. Kelley.with, their Dr.They and son were Mrs.in Joined William law. RENEW YOURDRIVER'S LICENSE PLUMS Each 29' EGGS 2 Doz. 89- i

DURING fOUR
by their son and daughterIn '
law, Mr. and Mrs. Martin I BIRTH MONTH. : SHURFINE EVAPORATED 303 CAN BRITE RED

-- MILK 8 Cans Tall T TOMATOES 8 T


Limit 8 Please Limit 8 Please
#cpr2Ieeu.1.
303 STOKELY'S GOLDEN C. S. BUSH 300 CAN

For OfM KIDNEY BEANS..........._......
.i\. CORN 2 yjf BLACK EYE PEAS.............. 1 O

PINTO BEANS......................
10 OZ. DIET 6 Bot. Ctn. RED BEANS................._.....
/ ww EACH
PEPSICOLA 43FABULOJjS


,, Plus Deposit FAB CIANT BOX 69FROZEN *

FOODS Save 10c
Limit 2 Please
,

10 OZ. McKENZIE
FRESH PRODUCE -
MIXED

,, VEGETABLES 19' FRESH RED AND RIPE

,

8 OZ. McKENZIE TOMATOES 25

Ii [ .19uJ : BRUSSEL YOUNG TENDER

Pkr. Lb. -

i ,, SPROUTS 25CARROTS 2 Pkg.Cello 25'LDSWEET

6 OZ. CHIQUITA GOLDEN RIPEORANGE

a 1' JUICE 4 For 99' BANANAS Lb. 10-


: We're whooping it up for a New ...... .......... ........ .I.....titi, ...........K ....................................w

Year that will bring you happiness 1 50 EXTRA 5&5UEFL 50L50 Wt 50

and .
peace great prosperity.Moody's
S & H GREEN STAMPS? S & H GREEN STAMPS S & H GREEN STAMPS

With this coupon and !S With this coupon and With this coupon andY
Pharmacy our purchase of One 10% Your purchase of $5.00.or Your purchase of Two ((2)
1 Oz. Ever Fresh Twin Pack? more food JTte.fe ell12 0:. Cans Van Camp's
"YOUR CORNER STORE"George arettes no Inc u e in
DRUG Potato Ch.59c : Corned Beef
!: order
Virginia Coupon Expires ;: Coupon Expires Coupon Expires
1f Marie Lucille 1I Wednesday, Jan. 6, 1965% Wednesday, Jan. 6, 19651\\ Wednesday, Jan. 6, 1965PAGE

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PERSQNACS .C'" .\ C. --- ______ INSUU.-- (jOO;

Fresh Fla. Grade "A" D & D ((2.214 lb. Avg.)



(Each 79$) 3 For $$200

LAMKE CLEMENTSOf i Mr. and Mrs. A. G. Jones were I FI5
in Albany Ga. over the holiday I ;
interest to their friends
f
weeked with their son, A. G., Jr. i iI
here is the announcement of the j
I and his wamlly.
engagement and approaching Copeland's ((3-5 lb. Avg.)
marriage of Jacqueline Estella ,
Lamke to John F. Clements, Jr.,, Mr. and Mrs. Harry McKenney
of Zepherhills, Florida. Joined a family group at the SMOKED PICNICS lb.Armour's 29
The marriage will be at 3 o'.I home of his sister, Mr. and Mrs. I .
clock in the afternoon of Friday,, Jake Peeples, of Yulee, Christ ',.
January 1, at the First Methodist mas day for a reunion. Enroute
Church there. they visited with their son in SMOKED LYRE'S "Sugar Creek"

The bridegroom is the son of law and daughter, Mr. and Mrs.
HOG JOWL
John F. Clements, formerly of Bill Morris of Jacksonville.Mrs. SQUARES FRANKS
Bunnell and the grandson of
Mrs. Elizabeth Sedessie of Bun. lb. 1ge 3 12 oz. $ Neva Eisenbach is spend.
..
nell and Panama City. lie is
ing some time in Vero Beach
also the great.nephew of Mrs.
.
with her son in law and daughter
O. F. Alford and Frank Mercerof
Choice JuicyALL
Mr. and Mrs. John Suther. .
Bunnell. land and family.Mr. .

Mr. and Mrs. T. E. Holden and Mrs. Russell Improtahad MEAT STEW lb. 69*
have returned home after a visit
as their guest over Christ.
in Elizabeth, Tenn. with Mr.
mas his mother, Mrs. Audry Lean Western (CENTER CUT)
and Mrs. Julian Caudill.
Improta of DeLeon Springs. On
Saturday they motored to De (READY CUT)
with J. S. during
Visiting Bray PORK CHOPS
Leon Springs and had dinner 5
Christmas was his son in with Mrs. Improta's family. (EACH)
law and daughter, Mr. and Mrs.
Pete Kieffer of Miami. '"vv v-v
Mr. and Mrs. Lee Mercer had
as their house guests over the MAXWELL HOUSE (All Grind) FREE PLASTIC DISHPAN
Mrs. Vonnle Knight of Eau
holidays their son in law and With
$5.00 More Meat
here or Order
Gallic the holidays
spent daughter, Mr. and Mrs. Edd Lit. COFFEE
with her mother, Mrs. Louise
*> S'S.XSXS
ner and little daughter, Betty - XSV-
Cantrell Knight., and her son. Per Jean, of Wllllston. lib. 58e See-All DRIED (Limit 2 with Food Order)

BLACK EYE 12 oz.
Mr. and Mrs. James O. Craig, PEAS IOe
pku.
Roy Gordon had as his house Limit 1 with $5.00 food order
I Mr. and Mrs. Billy Deen, Miss or more
guests for a family gathering Patty Niesen, and John Craig, Royal I Fancy LONG GRAIN
during the holidays his son,
were in Sanford Monday eve
Sgt. Edgar P. Gordon, of White nlng attending the Stemper RICE 5 & 590'UUbury
Sands Missile Range, New Mex. .
Springstead wedding.Mrs.
lco; his son and daughter in GIANT SIZE Our Value 303 Can

law, Mr. and Mrs. Randy Gordon For
and little ..daughter,. Robin of Thomas 'Diamond spent TIDE58C I TOMATOES S shoo
Oxford, Florida; his son in law the holiday weekend in Fort
and daughter, Mr. and Mrs. Pierce with her brother end his Lay' TWIN PACKPOTATO

John R. Pugh and son, Allen, family. Mr. Diamond Joined
of Suffolk, Va. them for Christmas day. CHIPS 490 .
Limit 1 with $5.00 or more food order

Mrs. Walter Knight is !in; Tampa Blue Plate Quart Jar

to be with her sister, Mrs. Mr. and Mrs. Duane Deen and MAYONNAISE
490
Dorothy Locke, who underwent daughters, Elaine and Suellen,
major surgery Wednesday morn returned Monday from a hone! HERSHEY'S _
ing. day visit In Starkvllle, Miss., FROZEN FOODS -

.with Mrs. Deen's mother, Mrs. SUGAR Howard Johnson's Frozen
Terry Sheffield is leaving Friday Alvah Lewis.
for Fort Knox, Ky. where Ib. CAKE 17oz.
79 CJ
she will be stationed with the 330 Carton
Mr. and Mrs. Paul Stanish Rag
the holidays
WACS. She spent Foremost
here with her parents, Mr. and and family of Bunnell and Mr. Limit 1 with $5.00 or more food order
Mrs. P. J. Stanish of St. 1c .
Mrs. Scott Sheffield.Mrs. and Augustine spent Christmas day I ICE MILK t 49c

Julia Harvey visited in In Gainesville with Mr. and "HUNGRY JACK" ButtermilkBISCUITS 9/ oz can
Mrs. David Burnsed and family
the holidays
Mount Dora during
with her brother and sister in Conunuea on page
law, Mr. and Mrs. R. E. Rogers. I 19
Each
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BUNNELL THEATRE 8)t"l I Golden RipeBANANAS U. S. No. tPOTATOES Firm RipeTOMATOES

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I Open Phone 437-3681

Fri. 6:45 FRIDAY & SATURDAY Sat.

/ IB fOe 10 & 590 Jb 250

scum Boos) bY> .
/ # = wi

IWHrrMANI 1 SO FREE All of Ui 50 FREE

GIFT BOND STAMPS To GIFT BOND STAMPS

With purchase of All of You With purchase of

(1) Senre.Rite "Frozen" New Year $5.00 or Food
PIZZA PIE Happy ; are
I
I -\tera ":'Foo Coupon Void After (Closed New Year's Day) Coupon Void After
Sunday, Jan. 3, 1965 Sunday, Jan. 3, 1965
IHR-OBHM._ CiituScm CitH it B(tin .fck...


I OPEN SUNDAY & MONDAY 6:45 p. m. /

I \\ STEVE MCQUEEN I

and
2 j
; JACKIE GLEASONIN
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SOLDIER INTHERAIN lit


Phone 437-3227
i OPEN SUNDAYS
U.S.No. 1 BUNNELL
BiOO sum- 1:00 p.m.
,
', .1>> ;:, 1FJ Quantity Rights Reserved Prices Good Dec. 31, 1964 and Jan 2,3, 1965Thursday



SIX THE FLAGLER TRIBUNE, BUNNELL, FLORIDA Thursday, Dec. 81, 1964

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CLEGGS HOSTS TO Fertilizer Contents for units In fertilizer terminology, NOTICE OF liGHTING ftTOCKHOLDBHS

FAMILY CHRISTMAS points put Volk. A 3-8-8 con.
Notice '
l' Is hereby given that the
4Continued irl fli+W PARTY FRIDAY Are Translated thins only half as much nitro annual meeting of the Stockholder
of Cltften
the Bank of Bunnell
Mr. and Mrs. Jaek Clegg en gen, but twice as much potashas will be hold at tip office of the

( from Page: 5) tertalned with a buffet supperat 1 The number series 6.3.4 may a 684. nesda Bank in. January Bunnell. llth Florida, on Wed=00o'clock

their home Christmas Eve, look like the available television P M. for the eftlo 01, a
G. R. Brice and I Board of Directors to serve for the
and Mrs.
Mr. with members of the family channels in your area, but it's ensuing year and for the transaction -
Kay of Rose l11, N. C., A favorite food of the Eskimoson of such other business
daughter, ; I really one of several common as may
present. Banks Island is TV dinners. properly come before the meeting.
and Mrs. Willard John.
and Mr. Those the Otis fertilizer formulas. Howell V. Peavy Cashier
present were
of Miami visited here I The Canadian Arctic natives Dec. 31, 1964 & Jan 1. m -ltc
,
son Hunter Family, Espanola; the Fertilizer formulas are as easyto
friends. had store the meals in a convenient IN THE
with CIRCUIT
They
Tuesday Clarence Hawkins Palatka Ze- understand as a TV guide, COURT SE\-
;
UNTIL
deep freeze-a hole in the frozen JUDICIAL CIRCUIT, IV
enjoyed a family gathering at na and Marie Muzyka, Louise and you don't have to be a AND FOR KLACiLEH COUNTY.

the Johnson home In Miami and chemist to Interpret the three ground.IN FI.ORlD"CIIANCEIlY 140 4"1
Cantrel and Per Knight, all of JOSEPH F.

were spending several days in Bunnell. digit combination. TILE CIRCUIT COURT, 'SEVENTH DAVISPlaintiff,

their cottage In Astor Park Dr. G. M. Volk explains that JUDICIAL CIRCUIT IN, EULA MAEVDAVIS.

where they enjoyed fishing in CRAIGS HOLD OPEN HOUSE the numbers in the fertilizer AND FLORIDA.FOR CHANCERY PLAULEH COUNTY NO. 4994lily. TO: EULA MAE DA.Defendant VIS
'
the St. Johns River. Mrs. Brice I: CHRISTMAS EVE formula Indicate the fertilizer's AALBERT DECKER. I Fayettevllle 716 Cedar Creek North Road Carolina .

and Mrs. Johnson are daughtersof of Plaintiff, You
content three primary plant are hereby notified that a
Mr, and Mrs. James O. Craig v.. I Complaint for
Divorce. has
the late Mr. and Mrs. Knox been
held openhouse and Egg Nog foods-nitrogen, phosphoric acid, APRIL, EILEEN AGUE J>EC EIt. filed against you and you are required -
Jones and are former residentsof and potash: Defendant. I to serve a copy of your An-
Bunnell. Party Chrismas Eve night at NOTICE OF SUIT swer or Pleading to the Complaint
Volk Florida IN THE NAME OF THE STATEOF on the Plaintiffs
their home, North Orange Street. a Agricultural FLORIDATO \ Attorney, W. 1.Vad.worth .

Calling hours were from five Experiment Stations soil chem : APRIL ILEEN AGUE DECKER P. O. Box 896
Mrs. Nazhla Trad had as re Vienna Ohio Bunnell. Florida
1st that the first number
weekend her and to eight o'clock. About forty says YPU ARE HEREBY required to and file the original ANSWER or
cent guests son ; refers to nitrogen, the second to file with the Clerk of this Court PLEADING in the office of the
daughter in law, Mr. and Mrs. friends called. your Answer to the BUI of Com- Clerk of the Circuit Court on or
: phosphoric acid, and the thirdto plaint, filed herein against you in before the 25th day of January
Louis Trad of Jacksonville. Also the above entitled cause on or before 19 Do.

with her was her son and Harry Murray during the holi potash. February 2, 1965 A. D., and If y.ou/all 0u do *> judgment
For example, a 100-pound bagof ,serve a copy thereof upon DonaldC. by will be taken against
daughter, Charles and Kay of days were their son and daughter Jacobson Plaintiff's attorney you for the relief demanded fn the
in law, Mr. and Mrs. Van 3-8-8 fertilizer would containthe herein whose address Is 317 Orange Complaint.
Daytona Beach. Avenue Florida. DONE AND ORDERED at Bun-
following amount of
Murray and little daughter of ingredients "THE Dll lEa TRIBUNE" la nell. Florida, this 22nd day of December -

Jackson S. C. : 3 pounds of nitrogen, hereby designated as the newspaper 1964
House guests of Mr. and Mrs. In which this order shall E. A. SMYTHE
8 pounds of available ,phosphoric be published once a week for four Clerk Circuit Court.

acid, and 8 pounds of water. consecutive weeks HEREIN FAIL Flagler County, Florida
Celestine Stanish flew back to
NOT OR A DECREE PRO CON- (Circuit Court Seal)
Atlanta Ga. Sunday where she soluble potash. The balance of FE88O WILL BE ENTERED AGAiNST By Julia R. Harvey
YOU FOR SUCH Deputy Clerk
CLASSIFIEDADS is employed, after spending the the 100 pounds is made up of URE. 'AIIA-1 I Dec. 24-81 & Jan. 7. -

fillers and conditioners-materials The nature of this suit Is
holidays here at the home of for( divorce. IN THE COUNTY JUDGE'! COURT

her parents Mr. and Mrs. Paul that fill out the weight WITNESS my hand and seal at IN AND FOR PLAGLER COUNTY -
Bunnell, Flagler County ! Stanish. and prevent the fertilizer from thin 29th day of December, A. D. I Estate ofROYAL

becoming too moist to spread \ A. WOOD.
(SEAL) EMIL A. 8MYTHE I Deceased
Listings under this heading are properly.The As Clerk Circuit Court The State of Florida To All
3 cent a word each insertion. Mr. and Mrs. Tillman Watson Flagler County 'Persons Interested in the Estate
figures are percentages o'
said
Doc. 29 & Jan. 7-U.Z1-4tp Decedent:
75 cents is the minimum
chargeLOSTi had as their guests Christmasday You are hereby notified\ that a
NOTICETO written instrument purporting to
Christmas Eve a dark her parents, Mr. and Mrs. WHOM IT MAY CONCERNl .. be the Last Will and Testamentof
James White of live Oak. CARD OF THANKS You will take notice that L. E. said decedent has been admitted
green nylon parka on Moody WADSWORTH under the provisionsof to probate In said Court

Boulevard. Finder please phone The kindness and sympathyof Sections 192.30 and 1.29 FlorIda You are hereby commanded WithIn -
Statutes 1963 will at 10 o'clockPltetolltthalo1iufe six calendar months from the
437-3149 or 4373496. Reward of. Mr. and Mrs. J. R. Walters neighbors and friends in our on 1965. date of the first publication of this
in Florida OF COUNTY notice to appear In said Court and
were Century over
will remain withus
feted 12-3Mtp sorrow always COMMISSIONERS OF FLAGLER show cause If any you can, why
the holiday weekend vlsltng a precious memory. Our sin. COUNTY. FLORIDA at Its meetIng the action of said Court in admit-
LOST-l brown Bob. room In the County Courthouse ting said Will to probate should
July dog.
with her mother Mrs. Lila Pur-
cere thanks and gratitude for In Bunnell. Florida, to vacate not stand unrevoked.
wire cut around left rear foot. vis. the following Subdivision (SEAL) T. K. MCKNIGHT"
all the flowers, memorial gifts, PJstr; County Judge Flagler County,
Lost Dec. 26. Phone 733-5355, cards of sympathy, and the food 1, A Plat of First Subdivision Florida. _
Rt. 8 Box 535 So. Jacksonville of Flagler Park a Subdivision of First publication on December
Visiting here Sunday with his
sent to us at that time. Lots 1, 2 and 3 Section 17th. 1964.

T. I. Pickett. 1231.2tp mother, Mrs. C. A. Riddell and The family of Charles Walker, Township f.ando i part 12 of South SWtt Range of Section 31 East 9. Dec. 17-24-31 & Jan. 7. 1965-4 tc3Ftaglrr

FOR RENT Furnished 1 bedroom Jacksonville.After Mr. Riddell,. was Joy Sisco of Mrs. Daisy Walker, was the filed Circuit in the Court Office of for the Fla&lerCounty. Clerkof

duplex, $35 per month, water Miss Lucille Walker, recorded, Florida in the June Public 19 Records 1925 and of Uric, OlrtbunrnUNNELL.

furnished. Call Gordon L. Walker. flagler Florida, In Plat3ook
4373304.123Mtc spending the Christmas 1, ;aoentlJ. FLORIDA --

holidays here with his . ".". L 2. A Plat of Thompson Heights
parents, a subdivision of Tract 2. Block C,
FOR RENT In resident district the James O. Cralgs, John Craig Section 9, Township 12 South. MRS. M. D. FULLER, EditorDealsMated
Community Range 21 East was filed In the
modern two bedroom cypress will leave Saturday for Arka- office of the Clerk of the Circuit I newspaper fer all

paneling, fireplace, furnace, 'delphla, Ark., to resume his Memorial Church1..er.oml..U..1 Court(date not for Flagler vea County Florida.In. Legal AdvertisingEntered
l
large rooms, closets, 2 corner studies at Ouachita College. Mat Book 1. t.agler :tecftft'
of County, Flor-
lie Records .
lots, large garage, contact. R. L. as second class matter
ida.LL February 6. 1913, at the post-
AIR CONDITIONED INTERESTED PARTIES areasked
McNab, Flagler Beach. June Deen of Miami is visit. to appear and be heard at office at Bunnell Florida" under

12-31-ltp ing here with his grandmother, Daytona AT*. the time an 12place4above specified. Act of March 3. 1876

---- .-. Mrs. C. A. Riddell and Mr. Rid. FLAGLER BEACH D jJ3 KH'E. A'DSWORTHL.

SILVER LAKE'MOBILE COURT dell also with the Duane Deens E. WADSWORTH 0a. year 52.50sia
.
School 10:00 A.Me en.stls ---1.:5
Sunday : rETITIONERec
mile OWNER AND
north of
AlA 1 Pier.
$2000
and the C. O. Magees of Flagler I Church Service 11:00: A.M. > 31, 1964 & Jan. 714, 1965-2to
per month rental. Phone 4392413 -
Beach. TAX DEEDS
NOTICE OF APPLICATION: FOR
12.17 I R W. DICKERT, Pastor
-- 41 i. T. Cook. the holder of the followingcertificate
Mrs. Robert and Kar. EVERYONE WELCOMIIiII Notice hereby ftled laid Certificate for a tax deed to be Issued thereon.
Moody has
FOR SALE Ford half ton pick' J and of Issuance the description of the
year
up. Coy Harris, 4373367. After I Moody are enjoying a ten day "II A 1 -i.-. The property certificate and the number name In which It was assessed are as follows:

6 P. M. call 437-3573. 11-5-tf visit with Mr. and Mrs. Robert :QUEST FOIL DIDS Cert Jeccrlptlon flcate "or. pVopetry.: or Lot Issuance 11 Block 1966 E. Knox Jones Subdivision.

Moody 3rd In Norfolk, Va. Sealed bit will be received In In addition to the above the following certificate. are outstanding
Cleric of the
of the
the once City
WANTED IRONING to do at my During the time they will ('Ity of Bunnell. Florida, In the on said property: Year Holder

home, reasonable. Pick up St delivery all visit with relatives in New<< Clvlo 11:00 Center o'clock Building-noon on, on the or 4th before day Certificate 21 No. 19(4 John. Shay

Phone ID 73669. Jersey and New York City. of January materials A. D. hUe. for the fol- 14 6 19(3 1912" ..
owing : UU 8. K. NovakH. ,
10-24-tf 1,800 ft. 4-Inch, class 150 21 flash 18 I960 T. Cook
4 IS cast Iron Altlte joint pipe or 16 1959 ..
Misses Arlene Sakmar and 10
SEPTIC TANK cleaning drain I equlLl. UU" "
; Diana of Landover Four 41-Inch tees, four (4) I 15 - .
McKnight, plugs 10 1>" : : '
fields Installed; snail shell. Reasonable 4-Inch and four (4) 4-Inch 1955
Maryland are spending a few elU for above pipe. 15
prices. Call George Ja !Trice quoted inuit be .?. Dun- :IT nu' :
days with Mr. and Mrs. J. II. nell by motor vehicle carrier Bid I 87 n
roz, ID 7.3410 8-1-tf uu'
..
42
I McKnight and Buzzy, of Flagler should The City specify Commissioners delivery date.reserve I 75 un un"H N

CONSTIPATED? Beach. Also with Diana's grand. the' right to reject any and all bids 92 84 "47AlVo'ntedVoV Bernice Jones

To provo TUUN'EVAU containing parents, Mr. and Mrs. J. D. Bar. Judgment and to accept will be the for bid the that best In In-Us Helen M. re't'he held, Walton
deed following certificates by *
Prunes, Figs Senna I. world' I tax
Smo-o-thest best and most natural I ber. erest of the City of Bunnell Florida J. Kinney: Certificate No. 24; Year of Issuance 1962.
laxative, hurry to Description of Property: Wtt Tract 2 Block 6 Sect. 29. Township -
MOODY'S PHARMACYfor Witness my hand and official 12. Range 29 East Assessed to: T.V.. and Ruth Old.
Guests of Mr. and Mrs. Lee eat this 14th day of December, Certificate No. lear lfeldee
generous FREE! SAMPLE! or A. n. 111"
40 tablet for 79c Over 1.000,000 I Blakely for Christmas Dinner /S/ Shelton B. Barber. Mayor .8 Ull 1960 lY; J. .Kinney. 1 1S
old each year. I City of Bunnell, Florida un" ..
were Zena and Marie Muzyka, ATTEST" : "

,, C. II. Muzyka, Ann O'Grady and I /N/ Nancy C. Rodgers, city Clerk Description 2 of Property: WH un"Tract 1 Block 8 Section 29. Township -
JOHNSTON'SFLAGLER IHtc. n.u.lt-ate 12. Range 29 East Assessed to: F. F. Eld ridge.Certiorate .
Hugh Matthews, both of Jack.
IN TUB COUNT Of TilE COUNTY No. Year "*l.pp. J
BEACH REALTY CO. sonville. Jl'IM1R. IV AMI FOH .1.Anl.F.U 28 1962 W. J. Kinney
" 10 1961 W. J. Kinney
1.OPNTY' FLORIDA. l\ I'ROIIVTK. -
LOTS, HOMES OCEAN FRONT Description of Property: Lot SO. Block 14. St John Park Addition I

WATER FRONF, FARMS, A. M. McDaniel joined his In re; Estate of Section 30. Township 12. Range 29 East. Assessed tot B. Stiller. I
ROYAL A. WOOD. Certiorate No. Year Holder
ACREAGES. brother in law and sister, Mr. Deceased. SO 1943 W. J. Kinney \i

.. ua for your real estate needs and Mrs. Bob Lenox of Deland To All Creditor and Persons 13 Lot'lntock: !
Having Claims or Demands Against Description of Pro 16 St Johns Park Addition.
Office Phone liE 9-2242 for a holiday visit with their Said Estate: Section SO. Township: n.tan... 29 East Assessed to: John Sleln ck. 1

Residence Phones ID 7.3691 other sister, Mrs. Ruth Sturman You and each of you are herebynotified Certiorate >.. Year lie'...
and required to presentany 37 V N J. Inner
or ID 7-3517 In Atlanta, Georgia. claims and demands which un
you or either of you may have Description of Property: Lot 31 Block 11 St Johns Park Addition.
--_. gainst the estate of ROYAL A. Section 30. Township 12. Range 29 East Assessed to: Ella M Finneman.
WOOD, deceased late of saidCounty CertlOeate No. Year lUleer
to the County Judge of 2* 19U J.
0.. Inner
Florida, at his of-
FUgler County. II 1941
NEW FASHIONS IN FIRE INSURANCEThe rt" In the court house of said 11 un" "
(Oounty at Bunnelt. Florida, withinsix UU" "
ire insurance policies we write still give the same calendar months from the time ill i ItU.
of the first publication of this notice i un" "
dependable protection. But today you can often enjoy additional whrfl ef each claim or Description of Properly- Lot 38 Block 14 St Jehns Park Addlllen.et .

coverage benefits-Home Owner's Policy-at very be In writing of and Section 3*,. Township It Range 29 Fe Assessed to: Arthur llalseo.
shall state the address residenceand Also filed for tax dead was the following certificate held by Arlldgo
little extra costRemember. post omce of claimant ShambltnCertificate No. 14; Year of lasuanro Wt Description of
and shall be sowrn to by the claimant Property Book 61. Page t>4, Block 4. Township Ir. Rams
his agent or Ms attorney and U8'nlth.:
29 East Assessed to: F. T. and Virginia
IL T. Cook Agency is ready to help you accompanied by a filing fee of one
dollar and such Claim or demandnot All of said property being In the County of Flagter. State of Florida
take advantage of these extra coverages. Telephone 4373361 so filed shall be void. Unless such certificates shall be redeemed according to law the
Vernon Raymond property certificates will b* sold highest bidPAGE
for full details.H. A Oourt house 0inhth
or stop In soon Kenneth \\. RaymondAs der at door on the first Monday_ month of
BxeeutortJ of the Lat Will January U'. which Is the 4th day of January 19t. r .
T. COOK AGENCY sad Testament of ROYAL A. Dated this lad day of December It...
Flo. WOOD I)ecea.ed.publlatlon Ii:. X 8MYTHEOerk
Bnnnell.
Phone 4373361 Citizens Bank Building First December 17th. of Circuit Court of

lfiDec. .. naaln County. Florida
n.u-n A Jan. T. 196C-4t Dec 1'-n-uU-4tc:







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COME FANTASTIC VALUES LIMITEIQIANTITIES


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WOMEN'S WEAR BOY'S WEAR

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-_-! 1ft'

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group half sizes, juniors and misses in wide assortment Hi-Bulk orlon, zipper front cardigan and button up models.
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EIGHT THE FLAGLER TRIBUNE BUNNELL, FLORIDA Dec. 31 1964
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1 Snap To Garden

: Call On Us Happy New Year I
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I addition to your flower garden, Thanks for your patronage
., go no further until you've con during the past year and
sidered ginger. looking forward to servingyou
r in 1965.HOSPITAL .
:' According to Dr. T. J. Shee-
: han, horticulturist with the AND CHURCHARRANGEMENTS
H Shen Florida Agricultural Experiment

Stations, members of the ginger POTTED '
: I family are Ideally suited for PLANTS

'. ornamental of Florida.culture throughoutmost Black's Flower ShopJennie i tk o it\\

Ginger's not a snap to grow, M. Black
You Need though. Sheehan says gingers Your Local Florist
: will thrive well on many soil I
types-as long as the soil is. --- --- I
moist. So, sites near stream ,
banks, lakes, and boggy areas I
are choice planting locations.t CRAIG FUNERAL HOMEA.
you live in a high and dry
area, frequent watering Is necessary H. CRAIG, Funeral Director
1 GOODPrinting to sustain the plants. JOHN CAPO, Associate
Some of the gingers which
Floridians seem to favor are the AIRCONDITIONED OXYGEN
pine cone lily, the butterfly lily, I LADY I EQUIPPEDI
the shell lily, the green lily, and CHAPEL ATTENDANT AMBULANCES
; the flower-a-day plant. However,
these are Just a few of the ver Phone ID 7-3532
satile plants.
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For more information on gin.
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I worms, cutworms and maggots by So grow higher quality yields of
IJ J following a control program with potatoes and othervegetable crops
' Diazinon AGSOO insecticide. by making broadcast application of '"
,I I : All you need do is make a pre. Diazinon, before you plant, for .
: plantsprayapplicationof Diazinon. complete soil insect control.Then, ). .
,1' Dial ID 7-3282 Then mix it thoroughly into the top use Diazinon foliar sprays duringthe
j few inches of soil. Regardless of season to control foliage In.
, the stage of growth of the wire- sects. You'll profit from an insect
worms, Diazinon has the "staying control program thats hard to beat.

,. :.. power" to control these insects. Geigy Agricultural Chemicals,
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