The Flagler tribune

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The Flagler tribune
Place of Publication:
Bunnell Fla
Creation Date:
January 14, 1965
Publication Date:


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Newspapers -- Bunnell (Fla.) ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Flagler County (Fla.) ( lcsh )
newspaper ( sobekcm )
newspaper ( marcgt )
Spatial Coverage:
United States -- Florida -- Flagler -- Bunnell
29.4675 x -81.256944


Dates or Sequential Designation:
Began in 1917?
Dates or Sequential Designation:
-69th year, no. 36 (Sept. 3, 1981).
General Note:
Mrs. M.B. Fuller, editor.
General Note:
Description based on: Vol. 43, no. 20 (June 2, 1955).

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St. Johns tribune
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Palm Coast news
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Flagler/Palm Coast news-tribune


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10. : Don Moore- I LIONS CLUB HEARS I Local Women LEGION POST I I Direct Dialing!


Speaks At I Ir The Bunnell Lions Club at Named DirectorsOn Commander Coral Buckles I[Here To Begin

.its regular meeting Tuesday said ,a. meeting of The AmeriCan .
Rotary ClubDon I: noon, heard Dr. F. J. Reynolds Home Society Legion will be"held Monday!IOn January. 17, ;/ "

: speak
Moore tax assessor for I pine Islands as he showed color .I Murray and Mr*. John Rice, Bun Mrs. Buckles said Fifth Dli-, telephone users of Bun.
Flagler County was speaker .at slides. nell, to the North Coastal Division trlct Commander Franklin I I nell and Flagler Beach will be
the meeting of the Roary dub Children's Chambers will be here to assist able to dial their own station-
I : Board of Directors
of Bunnell Thursday at 12:30. Other! guests at the meeting Home Society of Florida, :In the initiation ceremonies of I to..ta tlon long distance calls

; Mr. Moore was Introduced by .was Coy G. Harris new superintendent announced a. number of new members. when on January 17, many
was today.
chairman, i of public Instruction. I will be I months of planning and work
Incoming refreshments
program I Light
4td I Mrs. Rice is A member of 'the i ,
John A. Cannon, Jr. School Board served. will be culminated Buck Moore

Mr. Moore reviewed briefly I,, County Gets More I She Flagler retired' County from teaching in Southern Bell District Manager
recent developments In evaluation said today.
1961 after 32 years In different Demo Committee
of In Florida for
property Race Track FundsState schools systems, the lat 16 Direct Distance Dialing .Is,tele-

tax purposes. Me pointed out E. years spent teaching English at Honors Chairman phone automation at Its peak
wide of Comptroller Ray
that there Is a range
variation over the state in the I Green said today checks for Bunnell High, School. with the most electronic brain
I Mrs. Murray, 303 Dean Rotd Sr. e< oat all the
mailed each( George Moody
I manner in which evaluation of, $19,000 lire being to I
has been a mathematics teacher *
fu JAw-ued e op-
is carried out. I lot the frI counties from the state I
k property '. at the high school for 21: The Democratic Committee of I e-r 1 &t) bU6 (he toll I
In the opinion of Mr. Moore, race track tax fund.- I I voted at
Flatter County
years. ch t\ei 161.course, no machinecan
this is responsible in contributing The comptroller said the amount I Mrs. Murray and Mrs. Rice ing Monday night to .a.mHt'l ever take the place of The '

to some of the confusion represents an Increase of 1 I I will serve with 12 other dlrfe,* chairman, George Moody, Voice With A Smile" and there t
\ that exists in the tax picture. $5,000: over the same month last which the inauguration of President \ '
I tors on the new board will be no reduction in the num
Another strong and moving factor year, and a total of $11,000 more will be formally organized to l yndon B. Johnson, In Washing of operators required Moore

current Intering the tax for the first six months of the day January 11, at 8 P.l.: ton, D. c., January 20. explained. In fact in the last \1'1'bet
\ picture in Florida is the actionof 1 current fiscal period over the
\ meeting at the First Federal Mr. Moody received a special five years, even with the Intro.
the courts in requiring countytax same period last year. I Savings and Loan Assn., 501 H Invitation to attend the Inaugu I duction of automation the number .
Assessors to move, in certain Each of the counties has received ration.> Members of the local

Grandview Beach.
Daytona of has steadily in
directions in the matter of I total of $71,000 during Mark Husley, Jr:, state bretl' committee said In ,that in gratitude creased.V :

revaluation.Mr. I 1901-G3 dent of the statewide adoption of Mr. Moody's long service .
Moore had high praise for agency and Walter R. Shermn: to the Democratic Party and for 1 1I. When Southern Bell gets this /

the steering committee of the I Recreation executive director of CHS both his untiring fond enthusiastic Direct Distance Dialing system
Flagler Farm Bureau for Interest from Jacksonville, will attendthe I efforts as a member of the worKlng In Bunnell and Flagler

and cooperation in providing Board InvitesSuggestions initial meeting today. I committee and also as chairmanof Beach the time In making a

assistance and information relative The society, largest private the committee for many yean long distance call will be about
I to Flagler county's tax pic adoption agency In Florida, they' wish to honor send the same as that required In
in the him to Washington as, the making a local telephone cult'
ture. Lyman Gage, I II opened an office in DaytonaBeach \ ing J '
of discussion, pointed out committee's representative at
course at the Diplomatic Center
The >FUgler' County Recreation : I Moore explained that the only
the critical need for aerial mapsas I the inauguration.
South, 100 Seabreeze Blvd. the
Advisory Board met Monday : difference in dialing a long distance
a beginning point for revalu first of NoW1'YSince that
number and a local number :
night for the purpose of preparing
ation In He continued ..
our county.
time Mrs. Eva J. Anopol Harbor Dean Holland
recommendation for theexpendlUte is that, for a long distance
by pointing out that Don Oaks division director has bftlS
recreation funds call It will be necessary to first
Moore simply could not operate tor.JE'1agi. r of :and-UanMf. organizing,the, four counUea under Named HospitalAdministrator dlsl a "dII'f'CtJn'codtt' (access t' III;
ft.. from the same vantage point :oi Following Biala a session of discussion 'her' J jurisdiction Into a. d/(. code), I, and In many cases an .
that the late ,
knowledge Dewey of vevtral projects they de. vision. Thursday's meeting will area code, such as 413: for' San
Moody did who operated as a mark the official beginning of
Francisco, Then dial the '
cided to ask those who
In 'the for persons Dr. John M. Canakaris. Medical
surveyor county approximately the North Coastal Division of
number you want In that area.
are interested! In recreation and
30 and that Director of the Bunnell General
years the Children's Home Society.
After the number Is dialed, the
who hat suggestions to present
the aerial were absolutely Hospital, announces the ap
maps Other divislort counties besides
will ask number
operator "your ,
to the board for consideration to pointment of Z Dean Holland as
necessary. Flsgler are Volusla rut at which time
do so in the very near future please" you must
Administrator of the Hospital.Ills
Visiting Rotaralns were: Rev nam and Brevard. Residents of
give number The rest is
The board plans to hold an. your
will be effective
Jim Taylor Hastings; George I these counties desirous. of adoption appointment done automatically. On calls
other meeting before the last
George Mitchell, Palatka; Ernest of this n oath. services may now contact January 16. made within the.clde area of the
I Dr CanakarU said Mr Holland
W. Va. Clar- the Beach office for t
I t Lilly Princeton ; Board members are Mrs. M. B. Daytona comes to the hospital with calling telephone, It Is not necessary I
Tilton, N. H. Porter attention. I
enc Cotton ; prompt
to dial the area code.
McDanle), Jimmy Hargett, Mrs. of
Place Irwin Pa.; and Arch Me- a vast background capable
Daniel of Ormond Beach. Guests George CJgg. Charles Coral, Al Girl Scout Cookie administration experience and Moore said that the need for .
Zamba, And Johnny Stale. most recently serving as Superintendent automatic long distance service
I were Introduced by Vice President Sale Begins Today .
Charles Tonkin. Tonkin also of Public Instruction became acute after World War \ \

served as secretary pro-tem In SGT. JAMES DEESE Four delicious varieties of for Flagler County the past II, because of tremendous In. ; '\

the absence of Howard Taylor CHANCES STATIONS Girl Scout cookie' will attain twelve years. cresses In the use of this type

who was absent because of the Staff Sergeant James R. Dees,: be offered to the public In the "Mr, Holland will take complete call. There are approximately 11

serious Illness of his father. son of Mr*. Hubert Severanceof Citrus Council of Girl Scouts, responsibility of the entirehospital's 83,000,000! telephones In the i ;
beginning January 15, and Mid. administration and United States today and human
President Tom Lenssen presided 507 Sixth SL, Live Ooak Fla., I'
at the meeting. has arrived for duty at Seymour Ing January 30. personnel pollcys: and his prcv operators alone could not 'hope ,
Johnson AFP, N. c. A new frosted shortbread loua background In business administration to copo with more than 4,000,000

Sergeant Dees, a missile an cookie will be InttoduC'tdhq will be a great asset long distance calls that go hum 'f
Senior CitizensTo alylst privously served at Crlf- year, and the familiar buttt'rftaVOl'fod. to the Hospital and the community ruing over the wires every day. I
and mint r
creme filled .
AFB N. Y. His unitIs
flu new
Meet Jan. 19 cookies will also be sold. These Dr. CanakarU also said "the
part of the Tactical Air Com
Housing Authority
sales ladle In Junior Ca-
green hospital has come a long way
Sentor Citizens mand which provides flrrpowet
The Flagler
dette and Senior Girl Scouts, will small Clinic to
from Hospital
and other air support to U. So a Gets l
Club will hold its regular meet Approval
be rabin money to build a new\ the present thirty live bed estabiUhment .
evening January Army
Ing next Tuesday
dining hall at their Peer take ,
The hospital employs
the Woma '. dub setgeant is a graduateof
19 at For 40 More Units
Camp In the Ocala National
over forty people with an ,
School. Ills
building In Flagler Beach. The Suwanne high s
Club has a potluck supper beginning wife, Danetha, is the daughterof Forest Their goal Is 200.000boxes annual payroll of $100,00000.ATTENDS The Hou lng Authority/ of
of cookies In the Citrus
at 6 P.M. Mr. and Mrs. D. C Powellof Flatter County received: final

All members ,are urged to attend Flagler *a'tt. Council area. STEWAIDSHTT approval for 40 new units to be
this meeting, said Rev E. Citrus Council of Girl Scouts CONVOCATION HELD added to the present 32 units.Chsries .
covers Brevard Flagler, Orange, IN LAKELAND
Lester Stanton, chairman ai Donald Custer Tonkin, executive dlreo .
Oactola Seminole and Volusla Those from the First MethodUt -'
business & of the Authority receivedthe
there are some Items of
Fatally InjuredIn counties and .is a youth-swing Church of Bqnnell attendingthe
to be taken care of. Visitors apprs at from the Federal
are welcome he added and Accident United Appeal Agency Stewardship Convocation Housing Authority Monday aft

are asked to bring a covered Donald Cutter, son in law of called by the bishop to be held'I'ernoon. ,

dish or dessert and table service. Mr and Mr*. Ernest Williams MIS. SOLUVAN at the Florida Southern College City Commissioner H. V. Peavy V4
of Bunnell. was fatally Injured TO SEXVt: ON Saturday were Ray Mercer, Andy said 20 of the units have been '1

Woman's Speckled In St. Jacobs, JJi. on January 1. ROUSING lOut Yelvifigton and Vf Alien Reyn approved for elderly persons. !

He was vldln$ a tank when it Mrs. Helen Sullivan has been old. He alto said the property foe
Derby Begins at exploded. He was severely InJured named as commissioner on the the new units will have to be -"j"

Pellicer Camp and burned, dleing about Housing Authority of Flagler CHAKLTS TONKIN acquired and It .la anticipatedthat

A "Speckled Perch Derby" willbegin I three howl later. I County, She was appointed by SUITERS STAOKt the units will be construct J"J

this weekend at the..1 I lie" survived by hla wife, Gov. Farris Bryant on January TUESDAY MOJUtlKC ed near the present housing "

Claude Pellicer Fish Camp 1 in Frances, and two children Vales 1, 1969 and will succeed W. & Charles' Tonkin of Platter I units.
the (St. Johns Park area.Reprrsentatlves re and! Ka.thrine of St. Jacobs. Kudrna what term had expired. Beach. executive Director of the Architects for the project will '

of the camp 1 Also surviving are his parents of Mr Kudrna moved la Key Housing' Authority of Flagkr i be Craig and Snead of Daytona

said prizes will be given each Trulock. Calif.; three brothers stone Heights' to reside. County, auffered a light stroke Beach. They have been notified

weekend for the largest perch, and three sisters. Her husband, the late W Cfi at his home early .Tuesday to proceed with the final plan

Quht.110 at the end of the,I Funeral and Interment was I I lllvan, served ou the housing' mornIng. JI* la reported as resting I for the new 40 units. It Is expected r

ueason for the largest couch,,I held In Trulock, Calif last authority from JU I Inception until I comfortable *t press time I I that construction will begin -

a grand prize will be given. Thursday his death last Hay 'In the local hoapjtsl. In the near tutu:,. i

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back so he blew the bugle, but

t I the maste dog>s's call.never answered her Here's the right DuPont fungicide

For the conclusion of this
NOTES story, check out the book
Library Assistant, to apply on Florida vegetables

t bunnell Puppets scored another Cotton D. May.A t.,
victory Saturday over
I Y Ocala.: FLOOD IN STILL RIVER! 'J, : for disease controlThe
The first quarter ended with Johnnie was sure that "h I dependable
the score in Bunnell's favor.: would be a hundred and one
v' High point girl was J. Dunson years old before he made a materials and
with 20 points, M. Blakely was I friend in Still River. Every time Du Pont Vegetable Spray Guide below shows you the right spray

next with 10 points and S. Har- f the made a try it turned out proper application'rates for best disease control on major Florida vegetables. All
gett and B. Cummins were closer wrong. He was sorry the Duffy has record of success in
Each a long
behind with 8 points. family had ever moved to this Du Pont fungicides listed are fully registered.

Cummins was leading in rebounds "freak town" and the weather helping Florida growers increase yields and raise profits.
I with 17. Dunson was Just suited his' mood-dark,
next with 8. The Puppets will dreary and rainy.
",': play on their home court Friday The townspeople said a flood Crop and Disease Material! Rate. WIIln aal How Often t.Spar ...

night at 5 o'clock against St. was not possible, there had TOMATO
i,' \ Augustine.The never been one before. But the late Blight MANZATE D m-2Ibs. per 100&als. Start when plants are set In fields t
and continue: every 7-10 days.
':., Puppets have won six 1 rain went on, and the river got Grey Early Leaf Blight Spot {PARZATE MANZATE C

games and lost none. They hope higher and higher. And the flood clerotinioise FERMATE 2 lbs.per 100 lals. As plants are set and when disease
; for a victory Friday night. I that was Impossible' was there. .jotrytil(Gray Mold) THYLATE 1 r Ibs.per.100 aals. thru/ens./ Spray every 35 days.
far Johnnie Duffy finds himself
fighting side by side with the .POTATOES
THE BOOK NOOK When plants are 2.6 in.hiah.Spray
people of Still River-fighting Late Blight : 1-2Ibs. acre threatens.
EarlyBhght: MANZATE'' per, every 5-1 o days when dlseasl
THE VOICE OF BUGLE ANN I their common enemy-the flood. PARZATE C 1.2 lbs.per 100 aals.
that there is a
By McXlnloy Kantor Johnnie learns
The takes with the lot to making new'friendships, CELERY
story place
(MANZA 0 1 Y..2 Ibs.per 100 aals. When plants are established In the
I' hound named Bugle Ann run. but a good one is, worth the Late Blllht {MANZATE fltld.Spray weekly under Iv.raa'Early
|i.- ring through the Valleys of effort. Blllht PARZATE C conditions-when severe every 3-5 days.
t' Missouri. The dog Is called off Library Assistant, Early Blight THYLATE 11 Ibs.per 100,als. When plants emerle-continueln the
the fox run by a bugle, whichis Jack Wetherington.O. late Blight Ield.Spray every 3 days,more often I
Rhizoctonia(In celery It necessary.
is owned by her faithful companion I plant beds and field)

I' Mr. Daveys. : F. ALOORD FERMAT: 1 lb. etch per Ica gals In plant bed.Spray every 7 days.ampanacff .
f' One day Mr. DaveyS lets Bugle Registered (ZERLATE Severe conditions every 3-5 days.
F Ann go out on a fox run and
I her bark could be heard five Real Estate Broker BEANS .
t MANZATE 40 Ibs.per. acre When small.Spray every 5-7 days. .
miles away. Mr. Daveys' thoughtit BunnelL. Florida. Rust and sulfur .
was time to call Bugle Ann 90%IS dust

PARZATE C I2Ibs..per 100 ails. When disease Uveaens.Spray '
every 4-7 days.Mthracnose I .
PARZATE C I21bs..per 100 gals- When disease Uveatens.Spray
every 4-7 days.
MANZATE D 1S.2 lbs.per 100 Ills. When disease threatens.Spray
CALL Downy Mildew {PARZATE MANZATE C every 4-7 days.

Anthrlcnose ,MANDATE Soon IS plants/ begin to run or whet
Downy Mildew t MANZATE 1".2Ibs.per 100 gals diseases tflr.aten.Spray every
leaf Spot 7-10 days. .
Bunnell Motor Other leaf Diseases(nPARlATE C I21bs..per 100 1.1s. Soon IS plants appear above ground.cept .
Powder Mildew) Spray conditions.every H days,under severe

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AnNracnose IMANZATED a; When disease threatens.Spay everyw,.X
I } 2. Ibs.per 100.lals. 11 7.11)days.
Company 'rOIIYI Spot PARlAy C When 7.10 days.disease thrutens.Spay every

Downy MildewAnthracnose
MANZAy D Soon as plants begin to run-ar when
Cercospora Leaf'Spot {MANZATt Ui1Is.) .per 100 gals disease threlt.ns.Spay every 7.10
: : 4373301Commercial .1,. : Blight Gummy Stem PARATE C d.aYS-Slvere conditionS every 3-5 cbys.;

I Hekninthospaiunl I MANZATE D When I Inches every 7.10
Leaf Blights f MANIA TE HH 100 gals dys.Severe conditions! .twice a week
PAWn C while disease is present

Household CABBAGE
Alternaria Leaf Spot 1" Ibs.per 100 gals. As plants/ art set and when disease -
\ Mildew j IMANZATU Apply up to 150 Ills. threltens.Spay w"/y./ Severe
per acre. conditwns every J.5 days.


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GAS FUEL OIL Here's how to increase vegetable yields with Du PontNyjPLtoe "

ideal \
V'if supplemental nitrogen"Nu

: LUBRICATION NEEDS Green"is 45% nitrogen from urea that resists leaching and provides the long- .

lasting source of nitrogen that vegetables need. Below is your guide to applying
I "Nu Green"for best results. ,

QUALITY PRODUCTS Us."HI Cr..." per 100 pis. traps R }) .,.

4 to 5 Tomatoes cucumbers cabbage.cauliflower, lettuce \
celery, peppers. I .
snap beans sweet corn,strawberries ,.".
5 to 10 Sweet potatoes .
15 Potatoes
20 Carrots,parsley .

t i From 80 to 160 pounds ol "Nu", Green" per acre are recommended for tofriessm* .' i'
through irrigation water, or in pound or air equipment .

;, FAST SERVICE Pouah If 40-MaSmsT Number.f lags"If"H.Cr..." Push if Nitrogen : ,'

t + t ,." 80 IS ..
. \ 11
, ., 120 54 '....
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dip; out this tunic or pick up a copy from your local dealer.Post It .:
M u a .... to the test an disease control for .,
<[[u P HID WET? 'OUr.*, -
tables of
f All Flagler County information,consult&your supplemental Du Pont dealer.nitrogen. For more specific. "\::.:

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Broadened Educaii Opportunities I I'

Available To Flagle>tr County Citizens WE GIVE METTS Quantity Reeorced Rights

(By John Cannon Jr.)
r day's world of work must recognize
In the complex times in whichwe I the fact that he may face TOP Pt'. 4
live education has becomea retraining one or more times in

continuing need for almost all his lifetime as job needs change. VALUE SUPER MARKET Thvsw. ,JWS',* t ..:
citizens. The advancing and Automation Is responsible for ]sit. !

changing technology and economy eliminating thousands of un
ii .
has resulted in obsolescencefor skilled or semi-skilled Jobs each 103 So 'o.d St.
hundreds of jobs which were year. While jobs are being Telephone 7-3201
once common and widespread.Our eliminated, automation is also
for creating .
scientists and economists responsible many
point out that the worker in to.I I new jobs as well. .

I In order to provide citizens in I HEN S Lb. 19
i our area with job training opportunities
CLASSIFIEDADS I the Daytona Beach
I Junior College and the Mary

'stantly Karl Vocational surveying School job are training con Sib Bag Cut-Up Stewings Hens 5 Ib. Bag $1.39

Listings under this heading are needs in this area and providing U. S. CHOICE '(FLAVOR AGED) ,
for those who need them.
:3 cants a word. each Insertion. courses

75 cents la the minimum charge Fifteen new courses will begin CHUCK ROAST Ib. 49U. <
WANTED. Lady to live In and this year at the Mary Karl Vocational
care for children, more for home School. These coursesare
than wages''small salary. Call In addition to those already .
4392483. M4-2tc
being offered. The new courses
and beginning dates are: SHOULDER CLODROAST
FOR SALE 1959 Rambler 4 door
automobile In good condition.B. Executive Houskeeping UnitII
Rucinski. Deen Road Bunnell Jan. 11; Waltress Walter, Jan. (Boneless) lb. 79 ,
Box 6, Rt. 1, l-14-2tp I 11 through Feb. 3; Hotel-Motel

FOR SALE used apartment size Front Office Post Machine, Feb. u. S. Choice (Flavor Aced) lb Juicy Tender (ALL MEAT)
22-May 10; Hotel-Motel Front

electric and grill range in, good builtin condition.roaster Office Procedures March 17 CHUCK STEAK 55 STEW 1& 69u. -

2256 So. AlA Flagler Beach. June Feb. 9-June 30; Floral 29; Design Advanced(basic Floral ).,
Design Jan. 21-June 24;
FOR SALE double bed and mat. Display Jan. 13-April 21; Mortgage S. Choice (Flavor Aced) Lean Meaty (Beef)

tress $10; mangle iron $10; Frig- Lending; Feb. 15: -May 31; FAMILY
idalre automatic washer $40; Cashiering and Register Opera. STEAK 1& 59 SHORT RIBS 1& 49- .
lawn mower like new $22 Call' lion Jan. 25-Aprll 12.
439.2086 after 5 P.M. 1-14-ltp
II Fundamentals of Retail CredIt World' Best GROUND Tender (Wilson Select)
FOR SALE. 2 bedroom CBS cot. Jan. 26-May 4; Federal In. 17
tage In Flagler Beach. Priced I come Tax, Jan. 18-April 22; Specialized BEEF 3Ibs$11 BEEF LIVER 1& 49;
right for quick sale Call 439- Course for Insurance j

2245. M42tcFOR Representatives Jan. 20-April 21; I
Real Estate Apralsal Jan. 13.
SALE. 3 lots across from Effective Speech, Jan. 14-April MAXWELL HOUSE GIANT SIZE MORTON'S
Bunnell High School. Suitablefor
22; PBX Receptionist, Advanced,
residence. Write Mrs. Maud-
Jan. ID-April 6; Beginner's PBX-
rex Atkinson, P.O. Box 516 Bun COFFEE TIDE SALT
Receptionist, Jan. 20-April 14;
nell, Fla. M4-2tp .
Specialized Representatives .
FOB SALE Set of used kitchen Jan. 20-Aprll 21. (OR CHEER) (Plain or Iodized)
cabinets, complete with sink and In addition to the above, night I ItJ 5' 9 ,
faucets. 1 gas fired furnace, suspended extension courses in air conditioning Tin
GT. 58- _.
28 1-

type complete: 5 wood automotive brake systems OR YOUR CHOICE BOX Box ;
trusses,40 ft..pan. Call 439.2395, small gasoline enginesand E
Howard Lerch, Box 426, Flagler welding will begin the first INSTANT : '
Beach. l-7-2tc. week In January 1965.: Limit (1)) 01 your choice Limit 1 with purchase ofwithpurchase "
A class In principles of air 01 ss.oo or S5.00 or more food order
FOR SALE Ford half ton pick. conditioning will meet each 8 89- more food order
up. Coy Harris 4373367. After os'
Monday and Wednesday at 7 Jar
6 P.M. call 4373573. 11.5-tt P.M. January through May, 1965.: BAKERY ITEMS

WANTED IRONING to do at my The automotive brake systems Limit (1) of choice
home, reasonable. Pick up A de. course will last for 40 hours and with purchase Jour of $5.00or E.erfr..h ((12 Ct. plcr.)
livery. Phone ID 73669. will meet on Monday and Wednesday "
food order
10-24-41: laboratory.nights In the automotive DINNER ROLLS 2'for 25- I

SEPTIC TANK cleaning; drain The course In small gasoline
fields Installed; snail ahelL Rea. engines will emphasize maintenance Winter Garden 10 oz. Everfresh ((8 Ct. pleC. )
sonable prices.: Call George la of mowing devices and will
roz ID 7-3410 organize Tuesday at 7 P.M. STRAWBERRIES BUN S Hot dog or 2 for 392 -

Registration In these coursesare Hamburger
limited In size of classes,
To prov PHUN-EVAC <*nUlnlPrunM. .. (Sage 18c)
flu :* l. worM'a but It Is anticipated that future 45 0
8mo-o-tn..t, b t tad wo.t &lvrl Pkg Shurnne 303 Can
luaU.. hurry to classes will be offered to meet
MOODTS PHARMACY the needs' of those who cannot

ittabito for VRKB tfo. Over LH._If" get Into the course which he or FRUIT COCKTAIL 4 (or$1
Mid ch year. she needs. O .
Registrations be- made
.rv.JOHNBTON'B may I
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office of
through the night
trades extension in Collins Hall PREM 12 0:. Can 2 cans 89- ,
at the Daytona Beach Junior
Fancy GoldenBANANAS
College. Information may be 300 Can
obtained about the above courses IOCLyke's
ACREAGE by calling 255-147 In Daytona ,
fee tu for you real estate needs | | WITH BEANS 4M$1
Office Phone lIE 9-2242: Beach or by calling Mr. John I
Cannon. Jr., Guidance Counselorat
Residence Phones ID 73091
or ID 7-3517 Bunnell High School at 437 Fancy Lyfce'a 4 01. Can

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Fancy (Large) Lyke'a 3 oz. Can :


AUCUSTWE. ____ .... .......a..llflFVT ..11 T 1 V1'fD''.__ 1
Kern be hesitant about calling a Garcia Ambulance. Wan .
always at your service with promptness safety and


Equipped With Oxygen Resusitator and Inhalator With purchase of With Purchase of With Purchase of
(2) Fresh pkg. of Sirloin or Beef Twinpkg. Everfreih
Garcia Funeral Home Cut.Up Fryer Patties Potato Chips

Coupon Void After Coupon Void After Coupon Void After
P. E. GARCIA, Licensed Funeral Director Saturday, Jan 16, 1965 Saturday, Jan 16, 1965 Saturday, Jan 16, 1963

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: : 5tagfe,. Beach FLAGLEREMSST STORE ,

EJECTS N 'Wte4e"

I II I 'ATTENDS CLASSROOM j .(( 6 I '- ,',I 1uIt' Wfi1!


the second workshop sponsoredby LEE B. MERCER Agent
the Classroom Teachers De. P. O. Box 518, Bunnell PRICES GOOD THURS., FRI., SAT., QUANTITY RIGHTS
partment of the Florida Educa Phone 437-3460 JANUARY 14, 15, 16, 1965 RESERVED
in Clear.
tion Association held
water last weekend. The studywas --

";,. Mrs.on Moody parliamentary Is president procedure.of the PETERSON TEXACO LOWEST IN PRICES HIGHEST IN QUALITY
: Flagler County Classroom Teach. SERVICE
';, :),' ers Association. ROAD SERVICE --
I Light Mechanical Work
Phone 437-3441 Bunn U Grade "A" Western Beef U. S. Choice Grade Beef
Sunday school is at 9:45: A.M. ----
and morning worship at 11 0'. AQ0
/ clock. Training Union is at 6:15 Bunnell TheatrePhone POT ROAST n> STEAK n. 89Grade

p.m. this Sunday evening at 7:30 437.3681
there will be a Girls Auxiliary FRIDAY & SATURDAY '
presentation service. The two DOUBLE FEATURENo. "A" Western Beef Wilson's Certified All Meat

girls are Becky Thomas, who 1 ROUND BONE VACUUM PACKED
,will receive her maiden emblem
; and Eleanor Shill who will receive ROAST n. 59' FRANKS 'Ib 49
I her princess emblem. The
i regular evening service will follow .
, the presentation and Dr. La. U. S. Choice Grade Beef PALM RIVER
Fayette Walker from Stetson CENTER CUT (FAMILY) SLICED
University will be guest minis.
ter for both services. s COLOR CHUCK STEAK 59'
BACON n. 49
'j The Junior GA's meet Monday
afternoon at 3:45: and the Intermediate .
GA's will meet Sunday .
: afternoon at 3.
, I Ijl No. 2

jl METHODIST' Rev. Reynold CHURCH Hoover, Clarence SANDRA DEE &, .
Shultz, Lyman Gage C.. B. Hull PETER FONDA SUGAR
and Leonard Johnson attended
the Bishop's Convocation at Florida .
Southern College in Lake. i 1 Lb. ,-
land last Saturday. the DOCTOR Can 59 5 3WLimit
Church school time is 9:45: Bag
A.M."' and morning ,at **,-COLOR ,
worship _A UNIVU.A.CIUM One With Your $5.00 or More Limit One With Your $5.00 or More
11 o'clock with Rev. Reynold Food Order
Food Order
Hoover, minister. The Methodist SUNDAY ONLY
Youth Fellowship meets each '*
FrM MicMwray
Sunday evening at 6:30.:
: Pelt;"' 11. :
I COMMUNITY CHURCH 2/ Can Shurfine HALVES 1 tb Tall Can Royal Pink

Sunday school Is,at 9:45: A.M. I 'kKsesw '

Ing with worship classes Is for at'.all 11,-ages.o'clock Morn.with k fill...... *r PEACHES 4 .T 'SALMON Ea. 59--'

Rev. R. W. Dlckert, pastor. *..........1'Iw.Wa MOl.II*
Open Fri.Sat.Sun.. at Limit 4 Please
6:45. Double Feature each Kraft's
Fri., & Sat. AdmissionAdults
I Books Are My Dish 60c Child 25c MIRACLE
BT Dorothy Homoni No. 2 Can Cliff House WHIP Qt. Jar 49''
The Flagler Woman's Club Library
has "Life With ROM", a Limit 1 with $5.00 or more food order
: witty biography by James Thur. O 4for$100
ber of the man who created *Th .
New York" magazine. "It you rrti,1C"1
" get Ross down'on paper" Wol. RINSO Large Box 25PINEAPPLEGRAPEFRUIT '-
cott Glbss warned Thurber, "No e KMOC, 46 oz. Del Monte
body will believe It."
Limit 2 Please
Ross was everything a good
editor should not be, yet he became JUICE 3-1M
'one of the great editorsof FROZEN
all time. "Never leave me FOODS
alone with poets," Ross begged
I his secretary yet he looked and 10 oz. McKenzie: "'
acted like a tough character out FRESH PRODUCE BUTTER
of a book. ?}i8 eEiTfARrGa1WS BEANS
I pkl. 19
Th re are many hilarious WTf
Large Firm HeadLETTUCE
stories In this book of life In +aNf .
literary New York in the 1920's, MriPAPi RYV
of which Thurber was an Important .N 2 for 29' safe Brand
part. He tells how he
started drawing his fabubous
dogs and chunky humans and SHRIMP '
how at first Ross could not Young Tender 1 Ib. Cello pke 59CARROTS
; stand them. I've read the book
I myself at least five times and For ,
j am rereading It now. 2 19'

PHONEKellet Wilson's ClearbrookBUTTER
I Chiquita Golden

Fuel I Oil n., W Quarters 1 n. 59BANANAS '-

BURNING Limit 1 with $5.00 or more food order



With this coupon and your With this coupon and your With this coupon and
: purchase of (2) 12 oz. purchase of two 6 oz. cans purchase of three your
cans Lykes Orange Nip
: Cut.Up or Whole
DIESEL -:- KEROSENE Luncheon Meat (Frozen) FRYERS

HOME DELIVERY COMMERCIAL ACCOUNTS Coupon Expires' Coupon I Expires Coupon Expires

I Saturday, Jan. 16, 1965 Saturday, Jan. 16, 1965 Saturday Jan. 16, 1965
Phone 437.7172 Bunnell, Florida


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PERSO NAI$ +AND; PRICED SO La 3 lb. .100 f \ ,'

I.! Fresh Fla. Grade "A" D & D ((2-2/8 lb. Avg.) (CUT TO \ORDER) i;


and Mrs. Dean Holland
were In Jacksonville Friday and

Saturday, the guests of Mrs. Hoi u. s. D. A. CHOICE BEEF SALE
land's brother In law and sister,
Mr. and Mrs. W. J. Hamrick. BOTTOM

They Ball held attended there Friday the Governor's evening. OR "O'II ROAST lb. 79

Attends All-State Clinic ConcertMr. Festival ROUND STEAK lb. O97g

and Mrs. T. E. Holden
were in Jacksonville Saturday
attending the All-State Clinic
Festival Concert at the Civic

Their grandson, Norman Airman Bruce W. Eberhard-
Black of Ormond Beach, played Inger, son of Mrs. Rosemarie
first chair In the sax section la Eberhardlnger of Flagler Beach' Lean Western
the Junior High Concert. He la has completed Air Force basic
a student at Seabreeze Junior military training; at Lackland PORK STEAK Ib. *

High School in Daytona Beach. AFB Airman, Texas.Eberhardinger has 49 r

Mrs. O. F. Alford, accompaniedby been selected for technical train ;:
her brother and sister in law, ing as a communications wiring .
Mr. and Mrs. John F. Mercer, specialist at the Air Training Meaty \ Armour Star ,; l'

of Daytona Beach, motored to Command ATC) school at Shep. SPARE RIBS FRANKS :
Zephyrhills to attend the ClementsLamke pard AFB, Texas. Ills new unitis -- A
wedding recently.Mrs. part of the vast ATC system '
which trains airmen and officers lb. 49- 1 lb. 49c : ,\
Hirris Long of Green In the diverse skills required by Cello 8a., ."\ .
Cove Springs was the guest of the nation's aerospace force. I'I'
Mrs: Edith Allen and Mrs. Nell Eberhardlnger Is a former student I Van -tj
Allen Monday. She Is the former at Bunnell High School. EVAPORATED
Marjorie McKenzie of Bun PORK&P'.BEANS MdIiwK'a I Tall $12 1
nell. Mrs. Laura Frier has returnedto S Cans
her home after treatment at '
H. L. H. WHITE ;
of the Bunnell hospital. Her daughter
Larry suffered Smith' severe Augustinewho bums in Mrs. Lucille Hatton of POTATOES MAXWELL HOUSE (All Grinds) f k
Hazelhurst, Ga., spent several
an accident there about two
months ago, has spent several days here with her last week. Campbell's No. 1 Can COFFEE j

days at his home. He reenteredthe TOMATO
Cook has.enrolled at SOUP *' lb-
hospital last week wherehe David A I I 58*
Florida State University In Tallahassee Bag 7Limit J
will have 'a skin graft on "
for his Junior year. He Marcal'' ((80 ct. Box)
his right arm. has attended Daytona Beach NAPKINS 1 with $$,00 or more food order ,
Junior College for his freshmanand
Mr. and Mrs. J. C. Rodgers
He is the,
have returned 'home\ from a visit sophomore years.
son of Mr. and Mrs. H. T. Cook. U DAIRY SPECIAL y
In'Jacksonville with their son

and daughter In law, Mr. and Mr. and Mrs. F Dorsey and HERSHEY'S Pillsbury (Limit 4 PI.u.) x
Mrs. Herbert Rodgers. They werethere
the Christmas and children, Jimmy and Elizabeth, SUGAR .
?Can 5
New Year Holidays. of Gainesville, Ga., visited here *
during the New Year weekend.
of her parents 5 & 33 FROZEN
Duke McDaniel was in Lake They were guests FOODSSwanson's -
Mr. and Mrs. L. M. Whitaker.
City Monday at the Veterans
also visited with the Ray MACARONI & CHEESESPAGHETTI
Hospital. He expects to enter They Limit 1 with $5.00 or more food order
the hospital Friday for surgery. Mercer: and Leonard Moody & MEAT BALLS !

He was accompanied there by families.Mr. BEANS & FRANKS-Corned Beef! Clash

Mr. and Mrs. M. B. McDanlel. .business and Mrs.visitors Walter In Knightwere Jack FRESH PRODUCE T V DINNERS 3 ",.. 'I00

Mrs. Dally Buckles left during sonville Tuesday. Ca. Red SWEETPOTATOES
.the weekend for Jacksonville, lb..
Jessup, Ga., and Albany. Ga. Mr and Mrs. Clarence H. Nle- 3 39* "THE PREMIUM SHORTENING"a
where she will visit with her sen of the dar-El) Motel had a'
daughters and their families.Mr. as their house guest for the past Tender KENTUCKY WONDER SNOWDRIFT
three weeks Mrs. Gertrude Fix lb.
and Mrs. Andy Yelving- i of Buffalo N. Y. and Roat Acres. BEANS Z 29* I

ton and sons. Kevin and Barry,I Angola, N. Y.fCIGARETfE. 1, 3 ITib. 58*
the Calif. REDGRAPES : "
were In Lakeland during
past weekend visiting with I b. 19c Limit 1 with 5.00 or more food order 4 N,.
friends. Andy attended the I
Stewardship Convocation heldat REPORTEDThe I
i Southern College Saturday.Both .
Andy and Dot received various municipalities receivedthe in 50 FREE 50 FREE 50 FREE
their degrees at Southern Col Flatter county have
lege. following amount of cigar > GIFT BOND STAMPS GIFT BOND STAMPS GIFT BOND STAMPS
cue funds that were collectedIn With purchase of < With purchase of With purchase of
Mr. and Mrs. Harry Peabodyof Bunnell the month S2.76&52.of November, 1963: i (1) Quart Bottle <' Fresh( ) / Cal. Kraft' (1) 3 lb. Roll M
the Beverly Beach 37556.Flagler
as their house their guests and during daughter Beach lljDM.87. Coupon Void After J U Coupon Void After Coupon Void After
holidays son [ Sunday, Jan. 17, 1965 Sunday, Jan. 17, 1965 Sunday, Jan. 17 1965
In law, Mr. and Mrs. Richard I.Marlnelsnd $31.32. ___ ..: ... ; ,
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Peabody of Schnectady N. Y. painters Hill 1556.

:Fresh Cut Flowers-

1 "Permanent Flower"and -


Fresh Flower Arrangements


PIIIIH' Phone 437.3227
U.S. No. 1 BUNNEI.l.'Quantity
BiOO a.m-laOO p.m.
111 North Forsyth Street
437.3348 Right Reserved PRICES COOD Jan. 14, 15, 16, 17, 1866'


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Thursday, January 14 1965
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GI Insurance vides a level premium throughthe The octopus, as viewed at IW TilE CIRCUIT COURT, SEVENTH JVOTICK'
life of Insured. However I Marineland JUDICIAL CIHCUIT IN TO WHOM IT MAY CONCERN:
the while little resembling AND FOIL FLAGLEIUOVNTY. You will take notice that the

the face value will be reduced the sea snails and clams, FLORIDA.HIV, A CHAJVCKUY NO. 4994 Board of County Commissioners! : sf
Modified PlanIs Flagler County In
automatically 50 percent when .is nerertheless a member of the ALBERTAPRIL PECKBR, provisions of Sections 336,!09 with and

the insured veteran reaches the mollusk group.CERTIFICATE Plalntlrt, 336.10. Florida Statutes HU, up
EILEEN on petition of L. WADS WORTH
ExplainedA age of 65. AGUE DECKER. will at 10 I kEA. M. on the let
I I Defendant day of February 1965, at Its meetIng -
new plan of permanent GI At that time, the policyholderwill I DI'Ii'OI.tJTION! IN THE NAME OF THE STATE House In Bunnell. Florida County, conEd Court
IN TUB NAME AND BY TilE FLORIDA er and determine
Insurance-called modified )life- have the option of restoring AUTHORITY OK1 THE STATE OF TO: APRIL ILEEN AGUE DECKER the County will vacate discontinue or not,

is made available all the full amount of coverage by FLORIDA Vienna. Ohio close and renounce and disclaim
to YOU
being ( ARE
required to
ALL right I of the
TO TO WHOM THESE any County and the
holders of National Service Life. purchasing ordinary life insure I PRESENTS SHALL COME GREET. file with the Clerk) of this Court public In and to any land or In
ance without a medical exami INGS:: l filed herein against Complaint terest therein acquired for road
Insurance through the new law you In or highway purposes, which said
nation. : rasL. ALLEN BUNNELL : the above entitled cause on or before road or highway Is more particu.
which NSLI for disabled
're-openo FLORIDA February 2, 1966, A. D.. and larly described as follows:
veterans of World War II This "modified plan" is offered IDA A. POWELL, BUNNELL. C serve Jacobson a copy thereof upon Donald Being a part of Section 9. Town..
FLORIDA 'attorney ship 12 South. Range 21
as an Inducement to NSLI East and
and the Korean Conflict. LOUISE A. DURSH1MER. ALBANY herein whose address Is 117 Orange more particularly described as fol
term policyholders to convert to GEORGIA Avenue Daytona Beach, Florida. lows: Beginning at the point
VA MARIA A. JOHNSTON BUN.. "THE FLAGLER TRIBUNE" Is where the North line of the said ....
The to all
plans notify
a premium, plan NELL, FLORIDA designated as the newspaper Section: 9, Intersects the centerline

term policyholders at the time before the premium on renewal FLORIDAdid RLLEN, BUNNELL. be published In which once this a'week order for shall four of of the reference Old Kings and Road as a point

of renewal of the opportunityto term Insurance becomes prohibitive on the 4th day of January consecutive weeks HEREIN FAIL South 16 degrees 44'running East thence along
\A. D. 1964 cause to be incorporatedunder NOT OR A DECREE PRO CON. the" et the Old
obtain "modified life" poll the FE8SO rnct Kings
policyholdersgrow ENTERED
A- Road,
the 'law* of the State of of 801.93 feet to
older. Florida ALLEN LANDS INCORPORATED GAINST URE. YOU FOR SUCH FAIL the point of Intersection with the

des.Any type of National' Service There are still some three million principal ,place a corporation of business with Its at for, The divorce.nature of this suit Is a bill South centerline 2S degrees of a county 15' 30 road* West: thence, a-

Life Insurance, including policies NSLI term policyholderswho I BUNNELL.. FLAGLER COUNTY WITNESS hand : long the centerline of the said
my and seal at
In the State of Florida, al1dwhereas county road a distance of 161.74
already issued, may be exchanged have not converted to a such corporation did <>n thin Bunnell.29th Flagler of County Florida, II feet: thence South > degrees 18'
the D. Ut.5. day December A. D. West along the centerline of Jhe
for converted this thtoda6enfrrbeA. 1964.SEAL
or to permanent plan. said
cause office of county road, a distance of
new plan which will be issuedat the Secretary of State of the State / ) As EMIL Clerk A. SMYTHE 2S1.59 feet: thence South 10 degreee
I i of Florida.the documentary authority Circuit Court 49' It* East, a distance of 661."
lower premium rates than I More persons visit Florida required under ftrctlort Pee. 29 &Flagler Jan. County feet to an Intersection with the
OS.27 Florida Statute. showing centerline of the old brick road
the present permanent plans. during the summer months than the dissolution of such corporation. --- -- thence South 65 degrees IT' li; .

The "modified life" plan pro { any other period of the year.tllllllllJllJlilljIHKSilllllll I Now, therefore the Secretary of Notice REQUEST Is hereby FOIL given mos that the old East brick along the centerline of the
State doe derthat e Board of road a distance of 725.6S
foreffolnsr sa he Isysatisfe d Flagler County Commissioner of feet to the intersection of State
that the.requirements of the law County Florida, will receive Road No. 100 (formerly State Road
have been complied with. sealed bids until the 21st day No. 11), for a point of beginning

"IiIllhJ1VHUM1UNflllOWIlllillqou IN WITNESS WHEREOF I have of 8:01( January I'. M.. In 1983.the office at the of the hour Clerk of of the centerline of the 100 foot
hereunto right-ot- to be
set my hand and have oil the Circuit Court In way described:
affixed the the Flagler thence continue South
Great Seal of the Stat County Courthouse, 65 degreee
of Florida, at Tallahassee, the ida for the following Bunnell. Flor 17' 11" East along the centerline
Capital, this the seventh day of One New : of the old brick road a distance
January, 5. (full \" cubic. of 2627.42 feet to the Intersection
rl&AU: yard shovel rated) heavy- of the Old
Kings Road and the
'b4C' (tf W V cfocto't... (Seal) Secretary of State duty Dragline crawler, mounted point of terminus of this descrip
equipped with 45
January 14 tion.
+-ltp Excepting there from that
foot boom
and fully revolv portion of the preceedlng descrip
1ST TUB COUNTY JUDGK COURT length ing type Falrlead Overall I tion lying within the rightof.way"
AYlh rv AND FOIL FUAGLRIl COUN crawler tracks to of said State Road No. 100 and
be not less than IS feet I ,
T1", FLORIDA. within the right-of-way of said
In re: Inches with 2S Inch track: Old Kings Road.
Estate of shoes: total weight of machine ALSO:
JOHN 8ZARAMA less bucket with Being of
Standard a part Section 9. Township
Decea&euNOTICH counterweight 12 South.
Range 31
East and
shall not be less
OF WOnATK than 45.- more
particularly described as fol
000 Ibs., and :
TO ALL PERSONS INTERESTED bidder shall lows: Beginning at the point where
IN THE ESTATE OF SAID DE. specify amount of counterweight the north line of the said Section
CEDENT: to be furnished. 9. Intersects the centerline the
You are hereby notified that a Dragline to be equipped Old Kings Road, as a reference
f written Instrument purporting to with fully enclosed cab and running tt: ncoL h
ba th Last Will and Testament of with shatterproof glass: 16 degrees 44' Bunt, along the cen
said Decedent has been admitted Engine to be diesel en terllne of the Old Kings Road, a
to probate In this Court. You are gine. Engine ranging from distance of 601.92 feet to the point
hereby commanded within six (I) 100 to 825 cubic Inch pis of Intersection with the centerline
calendar months: from the date of ton displacement will be. of a county road; thence South 26
the first publication of this noticeto tion considered but an Indica. degree 15' 2A* West along the
appear In this Court and show of the horsepower developed centerline of the said county road.
cause If any you can why the action must be. given. Engine a distance of 362.74 feet; thence
of this Court In admitting said to be equipped with South 6 degrees It' West along
Will to probate should not stand direct electric starting and the centerline of the said county
unrevolked. automatic safety cut-off road, a distance of 261.69 feet'thence
Dated at Bunnell.. r Price to be for above drag South 10 degrees 49' II*
Wttq Slut day of December A. line without bucket. F. O. East, a distance of 651.96 feet to
tf oitmr 1' 10 First publication Jan. 7 W5. B. Bunnell, Florida, stat. an Intersection the centerline' -
T. K. MCKNIGHT, ing approximate delivery of the Old B \chR : thence
County Judge date. Prices should also be South 6i degrees 17' 16* East, alonr -
t (COURT SEAL) with and without trade-in the centerline of the Old
Ott qW) Stdu 6S3IN&KY AND ''KROI. allowance on Model 25 Brick Road a distance of T2S.63
Attorneys for the Estate Northwest Dragline. feet to the Intersection of State
__ 411 Main Street ,: Bids to be plainly marked "Bid Road No. 100 (formerly State Road'
Daytona Beach Florida ; I on Dragline" on outside of enve No. II
) .
: South 36 degrees
lop The '
reserves the
Jan.T-14-21-SS. Its right 43' SOVfmt.
the centerline.
--- -- -- to_retort any and all hM., -
-- or
tme Road
No. 100. a distance
e Dated at Bunnell.
,1. 'I'. (th dar of January 1 Florida>I5 this nf of the 147961 feet to the Intersection
of the Old Brick
: Chairman Road and
State Road No. 100
,: B. }'t :. t. missioners.Board of County Com. thence North 60 degrees 47' 30*;,
L. East a distance .
.. ATTEST: of 223 RO feet to
the Northerly rfR ht-of-way of
3 1. A. SMrmE, Clerk.
State Road No. 106. for
", ;.I';,' ,W: .,; Jan. 7-14-lte. of beginning' of the a point
f '
\ the 50
foot right-of-way
J. { q'fl<
'''oIIdL'J ';' QL.U- ,. WAD3WORTH intersection
i',. ,' '.. of under the provisions of Interstate Highway No. 9S
; : 1 V1 't Sections 1210 and 11329 Flor
', ', ,..1J" Xl.'lff ", :' ,, f( ,( I .At" .1F. on ida.Statute 11(1 will at ua 10 o'clock IMS, right-owl this and description.the point of

'" : 'J I etGI.tth8dohJ'e All interested oartles may
,I ...' ....,1( ", ,\," '. :..1'. COMMISSIONERS apply OF OF FLAGLER COUNTY and be heard at the time and appear
I : t plice above Bocflcd.
1"iI...) '/ ," ,0 ; Ing FLORIDA In the County at Its meet-Court Dated, this 4th day of* January
'.. ( House In Bunnell. Florida' to va l'no
;.t. f'u cats the following Subdivision OF COUNTY COSt
flats: &rtH10VERS: !: OF FLAGLER

,a1'f.' ti ''T f'''p'f' .' ...... ... 1. \ Plat of First Subdivision Byr FLORIDA Oeorge E. Wlckllne
of FUgter Park a Subdivision of

!: ,- '' r "T 9 part, and of part Lots tI8J."anf I.liectlon Section ATTEST: Chairman.
9. :
; ; Apply Diazinon for Township was filed In 12 the South Office" &anc.of the 21 Clerk East. Jan.-E. A.14-21$MYTliE-3tcix Clerk. _

of the Circuit Court

y.: sure control of potato wireworms County recorded' Florida.In the f' r.Tlel'h: for 1925.Flagler and of Ann Kvrti THR'FOR JfiuriAf.rmrrir riur.LKn COURT rincriT.COUNTY, lEV' it.

ret o..ntri.l"lorlda.! In Plat KM>HII>A. O441CKHY 2VO. 4M1

2. A Plat of Thompson J08BPH FDAVIS
'. and other vegetable insects. a subdivision of Tract Uel"btl. Plaintiff,

Section f. Township IhBI"t\;. EULA MALE-vs.DAV10.!
JUngo 11 East was filed In the

:\ ,. \ ortlc of for the Flagter Clerk County of the Circuit TO: EULA!: MAR DAVISant
rourt 716 Cedar Creek
p not given) and recorded la Road
.. \ :; flat Book I. page it of the Pub You Fayettevllle., / North Carolina
Ii'\. : .. : lie Records of Ftagler County, Flor are hereby notified/ that a
*.i ,.. ... J';J. "* >. oj....... "co" ,' ..).. _-;,... Ida. Complaint filed for Divorce has been
1. ALL INTERESTED against )you and you are re-
\ ,,' ....1 PARTIES are' quired to> eerre a copy of
t. \1t asked to appear and be heard your An
'A.'' .'1Q l' ,. > :i-'. ,. I .' f .'. ,'1 J ..Lrt, the time and place above speciA ed. on swer the or Plaintiffs Pleading: to the Complaint
,? ;P'ofr:! DATED: ri I2/IS/44 Wads worth Attorney W. I*
.' L. F. WAD8WORTH P. 0. Dot 39<
Dee 21. U" Jan. T-1/. IMS-2teIX I PLEAD1NU the original ANSWER or
the office of the
till THR COI'NTY --- Clerk of the Circuit Court on or

I' f You can prevent costly damage major Insect pests of Florida vegetable f..t1Ja TI.II .All FLORIDA FOR VLACLKR.rl'IHa'O"R"COIS: -, before 11c6 the sat) day ., January

i'!;, "V. from soil insects like potato wire- crops. IN kF.Estate: of by It'you default fall will to b do* taken so Judgment against

worms, cutworms and maggots byl' So grow higher quality yields of JOHN HZ A RAM A. for the relief demanded In the

following a control program with potatoes and othervegetable crops ftOTUK Deceased TO, CREDITORS nell.DON Florida)) AND ORDERED at Bun

Oiazinon AG500 insecticide. by making broadcast application of TO PERSONS ALL CREDITOHS AND ALL mber. 1944 this 32nd day of De-
1 w J All you need do is make a pre- Diazinon, before you plant, for TATE KMANDH! : AGAINST SAID ES SMTTHB Clerk

3 plantsprayapplicationof complete soil insect control.Then You and each of tyro ida
> you are here (Circuit yfoyaJalii -
'J by notified an rvqulred to present :: :II..
1 I i..' Then mix it thoroughly into the top use Diazinon foliar sprays duringthe any claims and demands which 1ro" Harvey

1 ,: few inches of soil. Regardless of season to control foliage In- or the either estate of of you.JOHN. may 8ZARAMA-'have against, de Dee. zl.n Jaa. D j e Clerk

,I the stage of growth of the wire- sects.,'')u'il profit from an insect ceased Florida, I to th't: Honorable Flagler Count T K.T,.

worms, Diazinon has the "stayingpower" control program thaf hard to beat. MCKNIGHT. County Judge of FUg- itb 11llrr :
ter oAce la the 1
., to control these insects. Geigy Agricultural Chemicals, County lourtholl.. In Bunnell.

Diazinon is particularly valuable Division of Geigy Chemical Cor- sit Flagler months County from the Florida date of within the) FLORIDA

because it controls even those insects poration Ardsley New York. first publication hereof. Alt claims
Y. and demands net presented within MRS. 11.D. rtiun 'Editors
r1 that have become resistant to the time and In bne manner pre
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you need to fight most Diazinon As MART Executor SZARAMA of the Last Entered as second class matter

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50% OFFSpecial linings. Sizes 618.SHIRTS .

group, necklaces,earrings, bracelets in wide assortment
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Full skirts, flares, sheaths in wool, corduroy, flannel .
Many styles to choose from. BROKEN SIZES.

GOWNS& PAJAMAS $200' DRESS$2.99'to$6.95Famoul SLACKS OFFRegular

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iktl PAGE EIGHT __ =THE. FLAGLER TRIBUNE, BUNNELL, FLORIDAThursday, January 14, 1965
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1 ,Olimpi Janicki Information on I Economic OutlookFor [the cost of other things, he I In 1965 retail clothing prices
a i points out. Consumers are purchasing will edge up. Possible rises in.

Dies FollowingA Job Corps Is 1965 Is Given more kinds of food the I, prices of wool apparel and
year round that formerly were'| leather shoes are forecast by the
Now AvailableInformation Consumer income and purchases in seasonal supply. They are economists. Cotton and silk
Long Illness ; of food, goods, and servo buying more of the foods they clothing are expected to de
has been receive I ices will continue to expand. like and more foods that are crease-or, at least, level in
t" 'Ollmpi Janicki of Flagler ed this week at the Bunnell and Food will. continue to be a bar. I partially or entirely prepared! price.
i "'Beach passed away Sunday at Carver High Schools .about the gain. Retail clothing prices for serving. This means slightly

,,, the Bunnell General Hospital !Job Corps, a Job preparation and probably will increase slightly. higher costs for such items. Yet J

following a long Illness., He was educational phase of the Na These are some of the economics the share of the take home pay"
76 years of age. tional Poverty Program.The predictions for 1965 made going for food is at an all time J REHEW YOUR
low, declining from 22.4
Mr. Janicki was a resident of Job Corps-Is a national by the U.S. Department of Ag in per ray '
1954 to
about 18 per cent in BUllINS
Korona about 40 years and for voluntary,, program that ,will riculture 'economists. ,
the'past eight years'he had resided give deprived' youngsters a new Dr.: C. C. Moxley, economist, .TN MllliTNI
in Flagler Beach where change to help themsdves. Florida Agricultural Extension I,---
,, they owned and operated a mo Young people from the ages Service, says that total food expenditures I

,?; tel. of 16 through 21 are largely un In 1964 were nearly I II CRAIG FUNERAL HOMEA.
employable because they lack 5 per cent above the 1963 level.:
Funeral services will ,be held .
t education and Job skills to More and higher priced marketing
from the Craig Funeral Home B. CRAIG Funeral Director
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move ahead will be placed In services, increased population .
': at 2 o'clock Thursday afternoon. Job Corps Centers, if they choose, larger consumption of food JOHN CAPO. Associate
Rev..Thomas Pinner of the First
apply, and are accepted where per capital, price increases in,
Baptist< Church will officiate. Interment : certain commodities accounted AIRCONDITIONED OXYGEN
develop skills and
they can
will be at ,the Espanola -elf-confldence. The youngstersare for the increased amounts spent I I LADY.:'I :'T EQUIPPED

,Cemetery. carefully screened and must for food in 1964. This trend is APEL.ATTEA'DANT:', |' AMBULANCES:
I ,
I Mr. Janicki Is survived by his be willing to work hard to im expected to continue in .1963, .. :.5 _J

wife, Marie, of Flagler Beach; prove themselves. Moxley said.However Phone. ,ID :.7-3532."

1 ',a son, Alfred of South Field, Some centers will be locatedon food Is one of the j 201 E. MOODY :BLVD. *, ,. :; ; '>. ,:BUMNELL.,,,FLORIDA.
Mich.; a daughter, Lorene, of public lands operated by better buys today in ,relation to I r lair

California' ; two stepdaughters, conservation agencies such as

Mrs. Stella Tyczynskl, Detroit, the Departments of Agricultureand 1
and Mrs. Jean Bleleski, Warren Interior. Other larger centers .
Mich. Also surviving are will be unused federal government '65

\ nine grandchildren. facilities near metropolitan Chevelle
._..__. _._. areas. They will provide
.. a new educational ap ChevtlU Malibu Super Sport Cou,.
proach. b y Chevrolet
i Community
This approach offers a residential .
: ': Memorial Church environment and a to. tal learning experience tailoredto
AIR CONDITIONED develop new habits and at.

I 'Dayton AT*. tltudes. Young. men and women
will receive basic education,
skill training, and sound work
Sunday School 10:00 A. M. experience.The .
Church Service 11:00 A.M.I purpose is ,to enable

I R. W. DICKER puwr young people to obtain and
BVBRYOITB WELCOME! J keep Jobs in which they can
advance return to school, or
Join the military services.
The Job Corps Is aimed specifically
HASTINGS MATTRESS at, one million young
& OPHOLSTRY WORKS people who have not completed
710-12 Lemon St. secondary education, who have
i ;" Palatka Florida been unable' to' find a' satisfactory
Job, and whose readingand
Phone EA 5-9166
I arithmetic skills, from Y
Furnltu-x t7 range 'j.
'I' Repaired & Refinished the fourth to the seventh grade
'. Mattresses & Box Springs levels. Some high school graduates
Made 10 Order Also Renovated
will be enrolled ,In excep
\ Call Laura Morris 437-3233 tional cases. ,
.' After 8:00 P. M.
The public schools are assist.
PRICES REASONABLE. ing the 'Federal -Government
throughout the nation in publicizing .
Just as near as your .
Phone or Post Office this program.: I
Drop Us A Card or Call Any young person betweenthe (discover the difference)
Free Pickup & Delivery ages of 16 and 21 who may
be interested in this programare
', asked to see or call the. fol. find out what
: MILLERELECTRONICS lowing: Mr. John A. Cannon,
Counselor, Bunnell High School
ID 7-3413 or ID 7-3262, or Mr. 350 lip feels like
Carver ,
1744 Ocean Shore Blvd. Leroy Hunter, Principal
High School at ID 73262.

WASHERSDRYERS Birth records maintained at ill Americas Javorilc intermediate size car 4
Marineland of Florida show that

the new-borr4\ porpoise calf being .
breathing mammal,
Call Collect 672-0377
will, within ten seconds swimto .
? ALL WORK GUARANTEED the air. surface for its first breathof

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24 Home \
Wrecker Service \
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Jruck& Tractor Co Next time you're feeling low, come on in and plunk yourself
r Flagler down in the bucket seat of a Chevelle Malibu Super Sport.

MASSEY-FERGUSON Flick the ignition-bring that special-order 350-hp power discover the
; plant to life. Then go find a road and try not to smiteV
f A Grove Farm Industrial Equipment We think it's the greatest pep pill since weekends-and duerence!
l VIRGIL DECKER Phone ID 7-3242 that goes for the other Chevelle V8's too. The 195-hp. And
t Bunnell, Florida the 250- and 300-hp()( jobs we can order for you.
,j Owner And of if doesn't sell off
course power you right maybe J .
Chevelle's short turning radius and overall h3ndlinf.nJe
will. Or its Full Coil suspension ride.Or its

NEW FASHIONS IN FIRE INSURANCE peted! interior. Or maybe it's just plain old Chevelle value.

Toe fire Insurance: polldM we writ still give the torn
dependable protection. But today you can often enjoy additional Drive something reoJ/v new-discover the difference at your Chevrolet dealer's "

little extra coverage costRemember. benefits-Monte Owner's Policy-at very OClwletOlel'elle, Chevy 11 Comiir Cotvclte '.

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mT m i-lamaimimm.* -!-!> i i.i.inni.i.j njini-n. i I -- -
B. T. Cook Agency 1* ready to help you .'
take advantage of these extra coverages.Telephone 437-3301 o9-IOBS:

or stop In soon for full details
Phone 4J7-3MI Citizens Bank Building Bunnell. Fla.a :.


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