The Flagler tribune

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The Flagler tribune
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Bunnell Fla
Creation Date:
January 21, 1965
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Newspapers -- Bunnell (Fla.) ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Flagler County (Fla.) ( lcsh )
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United States -- Florida -- Flagler -- Bunnell
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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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1 .. Boards Asking NURSING COUNCIL f Flagler-Volusia BULLETINThe !Abstract Co. Sold 1.'

MEETING TODAY I II | City of Bunnell will burn. ,

Roard Board To The Flagler Community Nursing i General Education the grass in vacant lots around (To Group Here

.' \. I Council will meet at 9:30: Bunnell school area on Tuesday,
,r- Cut Road 1 II 1 PinesThe I this morning in the Methodist Tests Are Slated January 26. : First of This Month I

Church building Secretary Imo- I I I '
Bunnell City Commissioners I gene Strickland said today. The general Educational Tests All residents: are asked to use i. The Flagler County Abstract '
voted Monday evening to for the Flatfler-Volusla area are precaution about the amoke by
,I All members are urged to at :j I Company and Insurance Agency,
It tend a resolution to the State tend. I scheduled for Interested adults closing windows In their homes. owned by O. F, Alford for the
aN", Road Department along with who desire to try for the High I past 38 years, has been sold to
./' ", the county commissioners askIng ST. JOHNS RIVER School Equivalency Diploma. Woman's Club Tea, Charles Creal, Lily J. Creal IL V.

,:.": that the department remove: The tests are to be held duringthe Hobby Show Is Set Peavy, and William Wadsworth,
': the pine trees along Highway 11. ASSOCIATIONS early evening hours at the For WednesdayThe all of Bunnell. The purchaseand
,I several fatal W.M.U. TO Mainland High School,
There have been MEETI I Daytona reorganization was on January .
i\ accidents along the highway j The St Johns River Assocla- Beach, February 22, 23, 24, and Flagler Woman's Club 4.
'p' when cars strike the trees. tional Woman's Missionary 25th. will honor Past Presidents at a The business which Is a corporation

k;:; They agreed to spray hya I Union will hold its quarterly Requirements for taking the Tea and Hobby Show ,on Janu Is owned by the four
[' cinths in drainage ditches; asked meeting at Calvary Baptist tests are: the ,applicant must ary 27 The affair will be heldat in equal shares.
in block be at least 20 old. The the clubhouse beginning at
_ for two-foot easement, Church in St. Augustine Janu years applicant
160 to run water lines; Install 27, Publicity Chairman Mrs. must furnish proof of 2 P.M. Newly elected officers are: "F:
r new septic tank and drain field ary I residency in Florida for at least At press time 15 have express. H. V. Peavy president; Charles
J. Beach '
C. Weaver of ,
at civic center; discussed placing said today. one year. The applicant must ed their Intention of exhibitingtheir Creal, vice president; Mrs. y "':.

drain pipes on Court Street Mrs. show reasonable knowledge of hobbles. Committee memo J. Creal, treasurer. O.
Josephine Jones executive
k". ditch between the civic center secretary of the FloridaW. American history, civics and a bers said. They also said there Mn. Audry MCK ij)
and the court house, from course in Americanism versus will be ample space provided for
.M.U., will be guest speaker. serve as secreta 0 e
This Communism. This be done all those wishing to participate.
l Church St. to Pine can
Conferences will be held after poration and rk
the school board Mrs. H. G. Heydt and l\lrI.las.
t would enable them to close by producing a record
lunch meeting. Members attend. in the t. She
of credits tests per White are in charge of the employed
r ditch there. or by passing
ing are asked to bring a sack has been the business
f, Discussed recommending to in thees areas.Preliminary arrangement and anyone wishIng
lunch. The beverage and dessert for several yean.
I the Recreation Committee to re will be provided by the host space for exhibits may con.
tests In American Miss Caroline Clifton will
build backstop to the baseball tact either one of them. The
Stadium church. A nursery will be pro History and Government are public Is invited, men Included. continue with the insurance: .
diamond at Bulldog "
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r vided. available through the Guidance agency department She has
and to complete the t
Office at Bunnell High School been employed there about three
fL.: diamond at Carver High School.the Ed Ek Appointed for those who do not already Olimpi Janicki years.
r'" Announced they will burn ,
have credits in these subjects.For .
Mr. Alford will continue withthe
In vacant lots In the Bun.
nell grass school area Tuesday, January .Southern Assn..Post further Information and Funeral ThursdayFuneral company for another six
assistance contact Mr. John A. weeks He will also main
or so.
26. advising homeIn services were held
" They are Ii Ed Ek has been named to a I Cannon, Jr., guidance counsler at tain his real estate office and
that area to prepare by closing from the Craig Funeral Chapelat
visiting committee on Specialized Bunnell High School at 437-3413
the Florida Inland Navigation
windows to avoid the smoke. 2 o'clock Thursday afternoonfor
education by the Southern during school hours or 439-2147 District office there for the
Agreed to send a letter of con. Ollmpl Janicki who died pres
Association of Colleges and after school hours. Mrs. Helen
to the Flagler January 10 at the Bunnell Gen.
t gratulatlons Commission on their Schools. Mr. Ek Is director of Miller, guidance counselor of the eral Hospital. entThe new owners are local cit.
Beach City I I technical education at the Day. Mainland High School Adult izens. Mr. Creal U president of
new City hall and recreation Rev. Thomas Pinner, of the
... tona Beach Junior College. Education Division may be contacted Citizen Bank and Mrs. Creal .1s
which plan to have First Baptist Church officiated.
center, I
r Mr.',Ek will serve on the asodAjlonfviKU at the school InDaytoruu
vice president of 'the bank. Mr. :
the ,, Interment followed at the Es-
.."completed:--.. ,. In" neat_.. .future' Il rggilttsw'tor; I Beach, The.,Mainland panbla Ccmeteiy.Y j Peavy if' 'also cashier of the- .. : '

the evaluative program "at San High School number Is =.0401. Mr. Janlckt with his wife Ma bank, and Mr. Wadsworth 1* an ,

Club Meet Draws Antonio College, San Antonio, tie, had resided at Flagler Beach I attorney and' also serving as

; # 62 Senior Citizens Texas on during March the 28-31 commlttte'lvillt 1965.The Library ClubPresents for almost 23 )'ean. He, hadbeen I Flagler in the State County Legislature.Representative ':'
In falling health for the
Attendance of 62 at the Flag Texas Institution has completed ProgramTo past few years. lie was 76 yean

J. let Senior Citizens dub whenit a self-evaluation pro old. Arrangements were under Near Record Cold
already, and the cc mmlttee's
evening at theWoman's gram
met Tuesday Rotary Club direction of Craig Funeral Home.:
visit and findings will determine
Club building In Flag- I Pallbearers were John Cyzyckl, Weather HereThe
J whether Southern Association was

shortof Members of the Bunnell High
ler Beach, was Just one I S. Searkowski L. Mletkiewlcz,
the record turnout of 63 persons ,: accreditation will be School Library Club presented a Theodore Piochocinskl! Eugene frigid blast finally caughtup

who were on hand at each granted. program on IJbrary'Services in Marcinikowskl, and Peter with us last weekend, with
", of the Club's two meetings In Officials termed Ek's appoint. I Flagler County to members of Jak. 1\IY.1 the thermometer dropping from

'.' February of 1964. ment as a compliment to him. I the Rotary Club at the regular i a nice balmy day on Saturday
11' The Club's membership roll self and the fine program In weekly luncheon meeting held to the high twenties Sunday
was increased ,by two at the the field of technology at Day Thursday at 12:30. Service morning.

.. Tuesday meeting when Mr. and tona Beach Junior College. Mrs. John A. Cannon Jr., Bun We afro had our first frost of
''r Mrs. Menltt Burke, winter visitors The Daytona Beach JuniorCoU.p 'nell High School Librarian Introduced For John Clark I the winter Monday morning

.. In Flagler Beach, signed up Is a joint Flagler-Volusla three of her library science I when the temperature was down
for the 19G4-63 season. Institution of higher education. students to the club who Held WednesdayJohn to 23K at the Steve Cyzyckl

There was' no formal program 'made brief talks on various Clark of Flagler Beach, I farm In Korona. Tuesday morning -
... scheduled for this meeting. A SIGNUP NEARS FOR phases of library work. All retired tool maker died Mon. ; the low was 2SV6. with a

number of outings were proposed 1966 FEED GRAIN three are senior students at Bun. day. Mr. Clark was born In Aberdeen .28 for Wednesday morning.

for the coming months Farmers will have an opportunity nell High School, library science Scotland, and was a These reading were taken by
Including a trip to Nassau. inC to sign up In the IMSfeed students, find members of the tool maker at Chevorlet In Flint Mr. Cyzyckl on an official therm
which about 20 members expressed grain program early In Library Science Club. Mich for 33 yean. ometer of the Federal Frost

Interest, and a trip to : February, according to W. W. The student guest speakerswere He was retired and had resided Warning Service of Lakeland.Mr. .
the music festival at Stephen I Deen. chairman. Agricultural! : Ida Allen Jack Abbott at 147 Lantana, Venice Cyzyckl has been taking

Foster'Memorial Park on Feb. .Stabilization and Conservation and Michael Church. Ida related Park, Flagler Beach, for the past temperature readings for the
6 o'clock : the experience of the club In service since 1937 and reporting
ruary 13. Following a County Committee. The signup three y .n. H* was 70 yean Frost
potluck supper members and : period will be for seven weeks the reorganization project of the old. lie served In the British to Hollo Dean at De-

guests engaged In a songfest I February 2 through March 26. Bunnell Municipal Library. Jack Alrforce In World War I. Land when extremely low temperatures .

after which they played cards Farmers who participate In Abbott gave a history of the Library Funeral services were held are present The frost
+d T( and other games until adjournment the program will be eligible for Club of Bunnell High from the St. Stephens Catholic twice checks them at regular

i diversion and price-support payments School and related to club Church[ of Bu'\neiI at 10 A. M. Intervals. .
f" The next meeting of the dub and for price-support members some of Its more outstanding Wednesday moral;. Burial followed This was the only' official reading .

t, '.. will be on February 2 with pro. loans on their entire 1903 pro- projects and activities. In St. Mary's Cemetery. In the county: we were able
.;. gram to be announced later. duction of the three grains. Mike Church told of the services The Rosary was said at the to secure this week. Mr. Cyzyckl
) .. The price-support! payments will offered to students through the Craig Chapel Tuesday eveningat said the readings at their farm

Methodist be made to participants whether library, and of the recent organization 8 o'clock.Survivors as a rule run around three or
.. Church New the feed grain produced In 1965 of the Elementary School Include his widow, four degrees lower than other

Rev. Howard Porter of the Is fed on the farm. sold or Ubrary. Mary Alice Clark Flagler Beach; section of the county.
First Methodist Church said his placed under a pricesupportloan. Mrs. Cannon spoke of recent a daughter, Mrs. Jeanne Bryant 1
t sermon topic for the 11 o'clock I trends in the field of Educational Brownsburg InA; a son, David District MethodistMinisters

morning worship service will be Diversion payments. U less Library Profession and Introduced Clark of San Lrandro, Calif.: a To Meet

"Some Secret and Untapped Re I than 40 percent of the base Is her students. )In. Cannon sister, Mrs. Elleanor Murdock. Here Next MondayThe

.. ., serves.! actually diverted will be made was Introduced: to the club Ayr, Scotland. Also survivingare
Sunday school begins at 9:45 t at one-flfth of the county support by her husband John who Is five grandchildren. First Methodist. Church of .
liP A. M. rate on the normal production currently program chairman for Arrangement were under direction Bunnell will be host Monday to
Visitation teams will gather for the first 20 percent diversion the Rotary Club. of Craig Funeral Home. I the District Meeting of Method.1st .
0: at the church at 2 P.M. for and at one-half the support Visiting Rotarians at the meeting Ministers Rev Howard Porter .

i briefing by the minister In the rate for the normal production were: Gordon McGraw Bry- said today .
t church attendance crusade. The from the remaining percent' son Qty, N.c.., who made his his wife who was a guest of the Rev Joe Toll, district superlntrndnt \'
group will then begin the visitation ate II 40 percent or more of third visit to the dub. and Morgan dub.A of the DeLand District If":
: to members of the church. the base Is diverted for Welch of DeLand. board of directors meetingwas of Methodist Churches will pre '1"
y r )[rs. Pearl Blakely Is chairman I the higher rate will paymmt,1 President Tom Lenssen had I I announced for Wednesday side. The meeting will convene .l''A.

( of the crusade I th the acreage diverted. the high privilege of Introducing I arming January 20. at .

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I t. BUNNEIJL FLORIDA Thursday, January 21, 1965.
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KINKY Dink Whip At' 10 A.M. the It-Tops wil} i Subscribe to The Flakier Tribune; $2.50 Yearly in Advance
SPoR7S ZAZAS 34-23 play their first game in the I
league meeting the Zazas. Game I,
Glen Carle scored 15 points ', T
will start on time at the school

,I NOTES \ 34-23 and ,.led victory the over Kinky! the Dinky Zazas to Sat.a gym. Saturday, January 23. I .A6f ,c.. (fW e, r: t doct 't...

(By Leslie Pache) urday morning In a' Bltty.Jr.t .
.I. League Game. Biwtell
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The Zazas stayed on even t
terms until early In the third School New I II '
I' } Led by Arthur McDaniel, Tony period. Cap Gordon Worley I II ,
Dear Parents
Parker and Sam Smith, Scout fouled out and Glen Carle and Kindergarten : : w.
I Troop 472 downed the Methodist I Pee Wee Robinson began hitting I have noticed that some of i
I ;' Intermediates 33. 0. at the Bun- and pulled ahead. Herby Mc. you are not calling for your j
J nell gym. Kenzle bad 11 points for the children promptly at 12:30. The;
: t., Benny Geller, John Cook, Glen Zazas. Kindergarten teachers have aft.r
Carle did most\ of the scoringfrfor Kinky Dinks G )F Tp ernoon classes beginning at 1:15.: i
\ the church team.. G. Carle 7 1 15 When you fall to pick up your !
r', Troop 472 G F Tp J. McDaniel 5 1 11 child. at 12:30.: the teachers have .
1\: A. McDaniel' 7 1 15 'Smlth 0 0 0 too little time for lunch and to)
". D. Improta 0 0 0 M. Robinson 4 0 8 prepare for their remedial read- '
: J. McDaniel 2 0 4 i 1... McKelv1n 0 0 0 ing classes. Please be prompt. Oar
R. Smith 1 0 2 C. McKelv1n 0 0 0 Sincerely, |
D. lIlgglnbotham', 0 00''I I Benton F. Clifton, Jr. lroKQ lfoWl, .p cdcfciptiott.
,," .: Rusty Improta '1 ,0 21 162M Supervising Principal. ;
.1 Sam Smith I' 1 2 4 I II. Zazas G F 'rp Exams are scheduled .for:; cArtd c.1ott 1)W)Sfou to'm
, 1 I.: Tony Parker 2 0 4 P. Porter 2 0 4 Thursday and Friday, January!
:'.' D. Richardson 1 0 21 H. McKelvln 5 ,1 11 21 and 22. Monday, January 25,>
,' : F. McKelv1n 1 0 2 will be a student holiday for all' .
... 15 3 32 W. PelUcer O. ,0 0 Flagler county students.
I Methodist G FI ,.pI G. Worley 2 0 4
i ,.. B.' Geller 2 2 6 D. II1gglnbotham 1 0 2
: G. Barber 0 0 0 '
... \ .. .., J. Cook' 2 1 5 11 1 23 Leaf miners? -
i" .7, I G. Carle' 2 l' 5! Umpire A. McDaniel; Refree, .
I M. Barber 1. 0 1... Pache.
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F;;J J. Geller 0 1 1:

,', 7 6 20 I First place Rlnky Dinks will 'A
,. Umpire kit Seale; Refree 1... .meet the Hondas Five In a Bitty, ..
{ Pache. Jr. League at 9:301|
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Minutes after you spray with DIBROM 8 EmuLme leaf miners will be dead or

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DIBROM schedule will also clean up worms,aphids and a host of other insects.

,: LOW COSTs Because of its short re.iduallife DIBROM" 8 Emulwe is less harmful to beneficial .

insects. It's safer than most organic phosphates.It .

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ORTHO celery (it's filtered for use on 35 crops) fight back

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Christmas House Christmas of 1835 unfor tree ever set up in the White Ing of "A Christmas Carol."

\t Spirit gettable. Six young relatives of House in 1889. The President ,I' Then adults and children alike ,I IX KNTII TilE JUDICIAL CIRCUIT COURT CIRCUIT, IEVI IW-,

Shines Andrew Jackson were told by himself helped trim It. Three would repair to F.D. R.'s bed. ,, AND FOH KLAULKH COUNTY
the President that Santa Claus years later, two of Harrison's : room to hang up stockings. !!! 4 4a 11
White HouseThe never had visited him when he grandchildren stood in front of I I municipal corporation BEACH.existIng '

was a boy. The children Insist. another White House Christmas : IN THR ....tCt'IT Chest OF T11Stant1 ;' under the Law of the
1 State of Florid. Flagler County

Christmas spirit has radiated ed he hang up his stocking on tree and recited German pieces I, IX ANU:ITII FOR JUDICIAL FLAUkKR Clltri('OUN1 IT-, Florida, !

from the White House Christmas Eve. The next morn their governess, Fraulein Hempe, TV, FLORIDA.ROAD DEPARTMENT LAW NO. 3S.8TATB LANDS Plaintiff

ing Jackson's secretary found had taught them. I'I OF FLORIDA, CERTAIN upon which
through 165: years of war and an Agency of ; Special Assessments arc
Old In tears the Just before one Christmas! the Btate pf Florida. delinquent.
peace Joy and tragedy pros- Hickory over Petitioner, j I I Defendant. I

perity and depression.The corncob pipe, tobacco, and trinkets Theodore Roosevelt stood on a 1 EDDIE CArps Y. ct al..

first Christmas in the the' youngsters had surreptitiously White House portico roaring Defendant. NOTICE

White House was bleak the Na stuffed into his stocking.On with laughter as he watched AMA NOTICE NOTICH OF EMINENT OF" HULK DOMAIN Mill TO ALL PERSONS Interested In t

Christmas afternoon the three of his sons hatches in PROCEEDINGS: or having any lien or claim up:)n
tional Geographic Society says. IN TI1H NAME AND BY THE any of the land described herein:
In the fall of 1800. John and children were present at a partyin hands, chase a'turkey across the AUTHOIUTY OF TUB STATE OFTO ARE! CITY HEREBY OK NOTIFIED

Abigail Adams moved into the the East Room. Vice President lawn. Another year, Archie 'LORI ALL DA* WHOM IT MAY CON. I I U'lcU; has flled i Ita bur of c m.

incomplete mansion. Though Martin Van Buren Joinedin Roosevelt secretly decorated an tlea CERN. la: tnio all having person any and right par I to plaint foreclose In the delinquent above named special court assessments .

of the At in a second floor room I with Interest and penalties
appalled by the vast, chilly some games. one evergreen title. Interest estate, mortgage upon the parcel of land
he to standon and unveiled it on Christmas or other lien to or on that certain set tort In
rooms Mrs. Adams was de. point was obliged parcel of land hereinafter describedand the following ached-
termined to hold a Christmas reception one leg and say: "Here I morning.In with the all following unknown I person, claiming together pedal aeiiment aggregate amount. Interest of such and

for Congress. stand al ragged and dirty; if 1924, Calvin Coolidge started by. through or under persons known per. parcel penalties of, land against said respective
a* set forth In said
you don't come and kiss me, I'll the practice of lighting a [ sons known who to are be dead dead or or alive who 1I : are not bill of complaint, being set opposite .
Twenty cords of wood were such parcel In the following
run a turkey. decorated spruce on the White schedule, to.wlt:
burned in 13 fireplaces in a fu. House lawn the Nation's I'I IU Harry Byron TUwell
The dinner table that night as Arora Htreet 1'ARCRLi NO.
tile effort to dry out the damp I I I Houston. Texas clal Assessments Amount. Of 8pe was decorated with toy animals Christmas tree. In 1954, the 8HD NO. tOM f 114 OS.
lJ"Ktnnln* at a point lOT feet !
walls and the shivering
guests a small frosted pine tree, colored ceremony was moved to the Ellipse Oeraldeen Tidwell Kat and 11* feet South Gf the I
stayed only briefly. The party II 111 Arora Street Northwest corner of Tract 10, running .
icicles, and a pyramid of the park south of the Houston Texas Wet to the feast line at the
Mrs. Adams wrote "was a frost"Jollerwm White HUD NO. IOU John Anderson Highway
glistening cotton snowballs. House grounds, and expanded a* It now
lie, thence In a Southeasterly direction .
riddlod After dinner, the children stageda into an annual Pageantof SECTION 7S001.S40J. BTATR alone laid east line of said

Five years later the walls fight with the cotton balls, Peace. UECRIPTION ROAD
were dry and a White House and President Jackson is saidto Mr. Hoover Paraded SRI NO. 107.1 DORROW PIT Tract 10 thence East along said
BORROW PIT NO. I LEFT I line to the West line of Connec
Christmas party was so gay have Joined in. National Geographic tells the (WEST) STATION l31Si-00 ticut Uetr.uih.t: North along
that Thomas Jefferson That part of aid point of beginnings
was Tad Lincoln Shored Dinner story of how Mrs. Herbert Hoover The HKU of Section SS. Township All In Block 1). Section 11 Town-
moved to play lively tunes on 11 trout \. Range II East: ; hip It South, In
Young Tad Lincoln once invited carried a family custom Into described as follow: the Bunnell fevefopmen4 -

his violin. a group of street urchins the White House when she Commenc, on the South line of pany'a Allotment a* per \atC Bled b I
aid faction SS at a point .11I.41 with the Clerk of the Circuit Court
Dolly Madison, who had served Into the White House to share Invited groups of children to pa. feet West of the Southeast corner ler County, Florida EX
hostess for Jefferson thereof and run North II* II)' lie kl.aI THKUUFROM llelng
as a
presided his Christmas dinner. The cook rade through the darkened mansion West S7IIM feet thence South part of the of Tractsand

at a big holiday gather. tried to shoo them off, but Tad carrying candles and singing Tl* 31.1* West SAO feet tNurthll..t the 10 of Northhalf"U. Section 11. I
corner of Borrow Pit No.
Township II South Range It East
ings in 1811 for his successor, appealed to his father, who said carols. President Hoover, S for the POINT OF UEOINNINOt according to plat of liunnelt Development

her husband James Madison. they should stay somewhat ill at ease, led the From run South said U. Point OJ' 41". West of Beginning. tSO particularly Company described a and* follows more ,I

The vivacious Dolley "complete In 1877, a newspaper, alludingto procession. On two occasionsMr. thence South 00* &0' *U. East, 1050 lnflnfht' the Northwest corner

ly dominated the scene," accord. ; the' contested presidential t Hoover arranged for his secretary 710 feet)tettL thence thence North North It 01 00*41" East II; point ef reference I Tract) and 10 running, a* a

to account. : e & feet to the Point of thence South I degree IV OS* East
ing a contemporary : election of 1876 wrote ungracius- to dress as Santa Claus :: the Tin ,
West of the said
Her rouge was "perceptible In avery i ly of Rutherford B. Hayes: "This and burst from the East Room \ NTA'NINO. 17.SS acres, more I Tract 10. a distance of I II.' feet

bright light," a shocked observer will be the first time a usurper fireplace, to the delight of the or ie.a.HAUL. description to the point, thence of beginning North of II this d..

reported.A ROAD FOR BORROW PIT ir 40* a distance of
has celebrated Christmas in the President's grandchildren. I NO. 2.That. free, feet to last West boundaryof

huge mirror, made in France White House. But Santa Claus Franklin D. Roosevelt and his I part of: Connecticut Avenue; thence
The HMU of said Section SS: South 1 degree 15' 01* 1
Hast along
especially for the occasion covered descends the chimney.-alike on large family celebrated Christ. described as follows: the West boundary of Connecticut

: the dining table, which the Just and the unJust. Unperturbed mas with a series of White of Begin Borrow at Pit the No.Northeast S located corner Avenue thence ,South a distance II rf..i 0 feet

was piled high with turkeys Hayes and his wife House parties and gatherings for above and run .South .:* IP it* West a distance of Ot.u feet to
Cast ISS4 fe once North
chickens roasted wild game, reenacted their wedding as a family, friends and staff. The 71* SI' 41* East SI8.77 feet to the an Intersection .with 10 foot the right Easterly of

vegetables, fruits, ud several White House holiday festivity to highlight came on Christmas State Westerly Road right f (I.UU of way thence line North of oau.nd:17t.t: thence North:"" Anderson II degree' Highway SI' :

kinds of pudding. Each guest celebrate their silver annivers Eve when the entire family- II* SO 11* West along said right 10* West along the said Easterly
of way tin* 10 thence South right of boundary, distanceof
was attended by a personal parents, children, grandchildren 71' *'nfl 41; .n IttU 0 feet to theCONTAINlrfU SI.Ot way feel to the West a Sine of

waiter. ary.Benjamin Harrison is credited gathered In the East Room for ...f} I th* said Tract 10) thence continu
acre, more or ing North tl degree II 10* West
Children made the White with ordering the first Christmas the President's masterful read lass. : along said Easterly right of way
I OWNED BYl EUZAHKTU: N. boundary, a distance e f II."
: I feet|
Till WELL. KATY J. T1I>WK1L> 1KORANDID thence North II Amrnmm II'
'.' and husband WALTER Mast, distance ,
r .. .0: Ij;' ':.. .. o LKURANDK.. HAHRY IDA"MAN E TIp- the point a of beginning of 11,05 of thus 1
.J'r. scription. Hearing are referred to .1
TIDWEU and the True Meridian and I
wife rORA IJCE TIDWKU MAOOIK Oil Recorded '
..>.. _.;.bi >. _, husband M. WIULAHD TIDWICLL BATMAN and Deed ook1.acre page sit, Raster In I ,
: ICATWANJ..TOMC. Couty Record.
and ANNKTTE TIDWEUL. I'AIICEL: NO. Si Amount of Bpe-
HAMITON TIDWKIO clal Assessment 303.16.
lleglnnlng at the Northwest corner
CLINTON FIELD and wife of the North Half of Tract II.
HELEN FIELDS: JAMBA BRBWKl running East Ill feet to the Weet i
line of Connecticut Avenue a. It
MARIEL M. TIIWSI.t.TllOMI'IIO >> now lies, thence Mouth along th* I
and husband FRANK West line of Connecticut Avenue ,
THOMPSON. HARRY BYRON TIPWKLL .- 111 feet, thence West to the East
and wife OEKALDKEN TIDWELL. line of John Anderson Highway
THOMAH JACKMON fll>- ll now lies, thence In a Northwesterly I
0 WELL and wife KRANKIIO direction' along' the East line
I MARION TIDWKIJ of John Anderson Highway to the
CAI'I'H and husband KDDIICCAPPK. North line of Tract 0. thence Bast
BARBARA TIDWELL. to the point of beginning All In
and DUANM ,'()N5. !
CONS husband ( the North Half of Tract and 1*
"', ANNE TID WKLL.FIESLDs.TI Illock D, "flection II. Township It
WELL, CLINTON f lung II East In the flun-
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i You and oath of you are h.rebycomanded Development ( Al
'. to by 'Sling an :I''rft*
.t' > j human s. per plat' the
: Answer to the Petition heretofore Clerk of the Circuit Court of Flag
Diazinon filed In thin cause In the entitled I.r County .,2orida. KXCBKT that
Court, on or before February: >14.: part lying East of and within 4.
I } loss to show what right title. fet of the cenlerlln of Slate load
Interest or lien you or of II-S6I a* now Itxated. lleenrded In
controls most Florida have In and to the abovwdescrlb.dlands Uorlfag* Honk $6 page ..e. Flagler .
and show cause why Count: it.corde.In .
Y same should not bo taken for the addition to the amount *ot
use. *tI:4 purpose set forth In the Opposite each parcel of land In
vegetable insects. filed h.hand the foregoing .fI '.. Interest
WIT INI my and Seal of and penalties, a* provided by law
: on this IIth day of on such delinquent special aaeeesee
D. 1060.
A men is. together with a> proportion
:.. A. DMYTHHClerk
of the Circuit Court la a 4f.I rt.o rlt *.e-I.t.l:". *
and for "..I.r County Florida furred and this eult.
By Julia 1C Harvey roU NOTIFIED
Deputy Clerk to and make defence
(SEAL) to *.r.1II of complaint' .
... ... J RICI AlCOHOl on or I
JAMES fore the Hih day *f February,
i ,,1.. ,: IIJ7ILDINOI A. l). U.l and If reu fall 10... I
1."" '. ,: w on or before eafd date the bill
will .bo taken a* ronfeaood by' you
.'1aT1T10N ICttIan. and you will bo. front (...,.-
r.1t. .11-" after contesting said[ suit, and sa4rtipoctlve
1 parrel ef land b*
Diul one insecticide Is the THE riRCVIT' COURT OF **I4 by deereo of said orIJI
only You can use Diazinon through- FLAUUCRoi MTV. FUIHIDAIJ nonpayment of Mid special .......

product you need to control most out the seasons. And close to harvest DOMINICK thereon and
the costs ef Shim
of the major insects of Florida without residue problems. ... ruintur.ANTOINETTE' ")'e.

vegetable crops. Here's the kind of So take advantage of the bene- CALIXOI..f..du"t.. IN WITNESS set my an 1 arJJted hav.hereunto .

"money In*the-bank'programthat fits of superior vegetable foliar Insect !lWOTU.M TO IUf.r.uu the official seal of said Court, tbl' J
TUB STATE or FLORIDA TO ttth day .r January A. I). I Ml.leal '1
Diazinon can provide: control with Diazinon. Order ANTOINETTE CALLJK<7II ( ) B A. MfTIIB '
Hasten Avenue tier* of aal4 Court \
Diazinon simplifies your spray dependable Diazinon SOW wet. New Jersey Oy Julia M HarveyJan.
reduces the need table ACSOOemublflable Y' are hereby notified that a Deputy Cl.,1c .
It Diazinon
program. powder, or suit ham been 'Bled against you IN I II." A F.... 1.&I-4t.
'use several different insecticides. concentrate from the above entitled wa.,..! and you 'A
are herebr requlre4 to flle' an*
You spray less when you spray with your local supplier today. ewer with in* Cl* k of thU Court. I

Diazinon. So you save time and Geigy Agricultural Chemicals, the and plaintiff to aerv*.r a plaintiff copy. thereof* aU.r.upon.,. ab: Jlaplrr WrtbuurNt'IISELS. \

who_ name and address Uf!
money. Division of Ceigy Chemical Corporation HAT a-KLJiKN: I FLONIDAMfU. ...

You kill Insects quickly with Ardsley, New York. ...M4 n llulldlagDaytoaa .....h, Florida

Diazinon.And the"staying power"of not later than February 11. A. D. I M. U rVLLCR.: Editor

Diuinon provides outstanding fIt: fall t. do M. 4ecro procenfeee
OoolgnaUd .....*.*. tee all
control of problem insects like GejgyDiazinon for*the will relief/bo ;: .r:11 iJ agalnelye In fit* Legal A4fntoUgRntered

Southern and O11pM. "........ kill of WGm '.'"I. The .al.'. *f
aphids, armyworms said suit being for divorce.WITMC1M .
band and seal of a* aee on4 saw a&Ct.,1 '
leaf miners for my .
a long time. .... C..,t Ifcl* lit* 4y of Jams- February I. II''" alhe *..*-
em.. at Dunnelt. Fiend.. under ,'1
i(rmf.-.IP.r:1.said Cir | Act of March I. 1W
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Jut. JC. Harvey '
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views and on-the-spot reports of sporting events-
'. business and financial stories-hints on FOR YOUNGSTERS there's a wealth of information
:, ;.1 pairs, etc.! on current events-school news-cartoons !

FOR MOM there are reports of local social activiWhere else can you find so much entertainment, and
ties-club news-Ideas on food, homemaking and education, for such a small price-to please every
child care-and, of .course, there are dozens of member of the family !1t'y .
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LAST CALL JUNGLE BOOK 1! WE GIVE METIS Quantity Reserved Rights :::1 C,
By Bayard Kipling 1 "
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FINALCLEARANCE In this book cf strange thingsIt TOP Prices Good ,
tells of a boy who's mother .
and her father are killed by a VALUE SUPER MARKET Thurs., Fri., Sat.,
I tiger. The baby boy escapes to Jan. 21 22 23
a den of wolves and Is protected j ***
I by the wolves and grows up in I STAMPS 103 S. Railroad St. .-
the environment of the Jungle Telephone 7-3201 .
and lives by its laws.
I Fantastic Savings At the age of 13 he learns of
.... a new part of Jungle life the
,. monkey laws of life which Is
simply to have a good time.
Come to the Bunnell High lb. 29
School Library and see what
MISSES COATS happens to this young jungle
boy. Also drop by and inspectour
& JACKETSFoam old ,kindergarten Elementary Library the 5 Ib. Bag ,Family Cut-up Ready to Fry 5 Ib. Bag $is9

Library Assistant, BOSTON BUTTPORK
lined, laminated, non I
Tom McDanieL

allergic, pile lined,corduroy.: ROAST .Ib. 39'Lean

$22.99.Broken me*. Reg. $7.99WANT ADSFOR

Tender (Tasty) .

$5 '7 12 axle SALE 4 door, ,1962 6 cylinder Red Ford auto Gal. CUBE STEAK----V--, 79* If

matic transmission' RAH extra .\ ; .
clean. 2109 So. Central Avenue w. ,' f
Center Cut > '-.:
Flagler Beach. 4392308.

Jan.-21-2tc. PORK CHOPS- '-' -\ .- ":- '- 59*
MISSESSWEATERS FOR SALE, 1 lot 100'x 110' located !.
In Whispering Pines Sub '
division on Highway 100 between World's BestGROUND
Bunnell and Flagler -
Beach. Call 4373446. BEEF.
ItT 1
Hi Bulk Orion, Carding 1-21-4tc _ -
styles,Assorted colors.Broken
FURNISHED APT. for rent. Call Flavor Aged (Choice) Ib>> Lean Meaty Ib>>
siies. Reg. $5.9916.95. Harris Appliance phone 4373367

'4'5'6'10GIRL'S for FOUND Information.2 black and white 1-21-tf pup. ROUND STEAK 89' PORK STEAKS 49

pies. Owners may have same
by paying for this advertisement.For I
further Information Inquireat MAXWELL HOUSE HERSHEY Pillsbury Plain or S. R. .
White Eagle Bar Korona. C IcS FOLGERS

WANT TO BUY. lots suitable for SUGAR FLOUR
-building in colored area. Con. COFFEE
tact P. Hoffmelster, Jr., Box 53, .
SWEATERS. Ormond Beach FJa. 6T *1OG5. SIb 47-
1-2128: ; Feb. 4.114tp KG* 39- ORB
Wide Assortment styles and ib Bag YOUR CHOICE
Bulk. WANTED. Lady to live, In and Tin VV
colors. Light weights, Shurfine Plain
S. R.
care for children, more for home or
3-6 and 7.14 Reg. $2.99to
ies. than wages, small salary. Call Limit (1) of your choice Limit 1 with purchase of FLOUR
$7.99. 4392183. l14-2tc withpurchase of $5.00 or $5.00 or more food order
FOR SALE 1959 -Rambler-4.door more food order Sib 0
245BOY'S automobile In good condition.B. Campbells Bag '!
Rucinskl, Deen Road Bunnell,
Box 2, Rt. 1. M4-3tp TOMATO SOUP Can 10Umlt (1) of your choice !

FOR SALE. used apartment size purchase of $5.00
electric range, builtin roaster Sunshine Crispy SALTINES tb box 29c or more food order
and grill in good condition.
2256 So. AlA Flagler Beach. Dart (ColaOrangeLemon Lime)


FOR SALE. 2 bedroom CBS cot. (8 Ct. pk,.)
styles in Vinyl, Suede tage In Flagler Beach. Priced (Umit 14 Please)
look, Cottons, with quilt and right for quick sate. Call 439 CINNAMON
2245. M42tc Sunlite 303 CanTOMATOES
pile linings. Sizes 618.
$3.99-$12.99 FOR SALE. 3 lots across from 8can.$1OO
Bunnell High School. Suitable BUNS 2"25'
for residence. Write Mrs. Maud.
$ $ rey Atkinson P.O. Box 516 Bun. Shurfin. (TaU Can
3 5 nell Fla. l14-2tp (I Ct. pic,.)
FOR SALE Ford half ton pick. or HAMBURGER
Dr up. Coy Harris. 4373367. After
6 P.M. call 4373573. 11-5-tf R.,. Dr super (12 Ct. Lox) BUNS 2 far 3S-

home reasonable. Pick up & de (Save 35c)
livery. Phone ID 7-3069.

Light weight Flannels, many SEPTIC TANK drain ;
cleaning; Fresh Crisp Winter GardenLETTUCE j
styles to choose from. Sizes fields Installed; snail shell !Rea

27 and 618.Regular. aonable 73410 prices. Call George Ja lead 17c<<: FRUIT PIES 1
$2.99 roz. ID &1-tf
Cello Select (U.S.No.l)
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$ h pro rJUfo.EVAC cMUIalair POTATOES 59c
Pntr.*. Flo Suns U wort4' 5nB.I .
1 sas-. tt..ti boot sad soot utordtuatlv.
.. born tMOODTS PBARMACr Red 2 for 66

.- iota 1I for Ukteu s.w.roo..set .'fir 7REJB n.. Over CAMPUS 1.......r" BAG APPLES 4 tb Bag ZnH Limit 2 Pleas "

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WATER FRONT. FARMS With purihaw of With Purchase of With Purchase of "
ACREAGE 3 Ib or snore $2.00 worth Cosmetics tb pkg. Wilson All Meat .,
/ Phone 437-3400 ... as for fOals .stetsa DMda CHUCK ROAST or Dental Supplies. WIENERS I
Office Phone HE 9-2342:
107 N. BAY STREET Coupon Void After Coupon Void After Coupon Void After ..
BUNNELL FLORIDA Residence Phone ID ID T 736911or -' ;, Saturday, Jan. 23, 19M Saturday, Jan.. 23, 1965 Saturday, J.... 23, 196

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i TALKS TO BEACH WSCS family and I wish to express

The Flagler Beach Method. our sincere and heartfelt I
i 1st Womens Society of Christian thanks to all who were so i
" Service met last Thursday at the thoughtful and considerate In 1 PRICES GOOD THURS., FRI., SAT., QUANTITY RIGHTS
with about 35 members our sorrow at the loss of my
I \ Church JANUARY 21,22,23, 1965 RESERVED
husband, Ollmpl. I
,: and guests present.
We deeply appreciate the at.
{> Mrs. Don Coward, the district tention given him by the hos
f\? ', president was' guest speaker pital staff to ease his final moments j OUR STEAKS ARE CUT FROM U. S: GOVT.

a and her topic was "A Look at the funeral arrangements I
,,: Ourselves as'Christian Women." by the Craig Funeral Home, the GRADE "CHOICE" BEEF NATURALLY AGED
{ comforting words of Rev.Thomas .
Three members were
\ Pinner, and the warm generosityof I

I welcomed Mrs. Frank: Mrs.League Allen Jenklnson and Mrs. friends.the May many God neighbors bless all and of FOR TENDEDNESS AND .FLAVOR.

Lynn Clary. The devotions were
takne' from the Book-of Worship you.Mrs.. Marie .Janlcld.I .
'Ii for Church and Home and ledf. U. S. Choice Grade. Fla. Grade 'A' Dressed & Drawn Whole

by Hostesses Mrs. William'Glvens.for the day were the I Books Are My DishBy RIB or SIRLOIN'Copelands
Misses Flora and Emily Gage. SlOP FRYERS -29"
( Dorothy Romans) STEAl tbIb
and Mrs. Clara Hoppe.
,'j It was decided that the annual As books and magazines come Limit 3 Please
Smorgasbord would be to the Flagler Woman's Club Library ,
canceled due to new health'lawsand it seems to me that writers or Sugar Creek Wilson's Certified All Meat
regulations., and publishers who are TENDER SMOKED VACUUM PACKED "
The will be on worthy of the name show more
next meeting
I February 11 at the church with and more concern about the PICNICS 33- FRANKS Ib 49'
Mrs. Lester Stanton and Mrs. emphasis on sex in today's nov
Hugh Arnold, hostesses. Guest els. Not one of them want cen
\ speaker for that meeting will sorship. A bookstore or a library Fresh PALM RIVER
be Mrs.James Hall and she will without one obscene book on its
talk Americans.. shelves is an impossibility because SLICED
on "Spanish

BHANTLEYS SELL I what is no obscene.I two people. 'agree on PORK ROAST 49- BACON Ib 49'' .

THEIR HOME HERE have known people whom I
swear would find Louisa M. Al-
I Mr. and Mrs. A. O. Brantley I cott obscene. However these
have sold their home on South books where the characters jump
Central Ave. and have moved Into bed every few pages have FOLGER'S
f to Fort Lauderdale to' reside at last come to the Point of No MOUNTAIN GROWNCOFFEE
;with their son and his family. I I Return. All the medical bookson ,
Mr. Brantley, who has been ill sex have been used over and CRISCO
for the past year, is Improving. over again. There must be a r
new gimlck-so in the last couple "
I METHODIST CHURCH !of novels I read, the devoted 1 Lb. '
The Womans Society of Chris lovers were also, both of them 59- 3 tbCan 59Can
tian Service will sponsor a In love with a homosexual, and
church-wide study on the Book two of them took dope. To quote
of Genesis. Rev. E. Lester Stan- Gelett Burgess: Limit 1 with $5.00 or more food order Limit 1 with $5.00 or more food order
, ton will teach the study and "It makes me sick b '. ., I .. YO:
requests that everyone planning To seek you spread the breadso
to attend to read the 'Book of I thick
Gensls before the first ,class.It .!I It's not a question of your 2/a Can Food King 12 oz. Van Camp

will last for four weeks and I,waist, WHOLE CORNED
will begin Wednesday, January It Is question of good taste."
27th at 7:30: P.M. I APRICOTS29'BEEF 2 for 79-
Te DeLand District Methodist
Mens Club will meet at 6 P.M. Community
January 28, at the Community 46 oz. Can
I Methodist Church in Daytona Memorial
Beach. Please make your reser FRESH PRODUCE -
i vations to Lyman Gage by January AIR CONDITIONED 3 for$100
j 26.Church. Fresh Green
Daytona AT*
I, school time Is at 9:45A. : I
.M. and morning worship is at FLAGLER BEACH u.rCABBAGE Ib 50
11 o'clock with Rev. Renold N. Sunday School 10:00 A.M.
Hoover minister. The Finance' ''Church Service 11:00 A.Me
I Large Loaf Everfresh FINE WITH CORNED BEEF
Committee, will have a brief R. w. DCKERT.. Putor '

meeting following church servo j I eVERYONR WBLCOIIErsJLW 1 RRFfiD 5 for$1OO Red Delicious School Boy
) ice next Sunday ...... 1 j---.
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Sunday school is at 9:45: A.M. MILLERELECTRONICS 303 Can Sun Ute LkVTOMATOES8T
*' and morning worship at 11 0'-
\ clock with Dr. Ben Maddox supplying Yellow Cooking
the pulpit this Sunday. 1744 Ocean Shore Blvd.
''r' Dr. Maddox is the acting chairman '
REPAIRS ON TV'S Limit 8 Please ONIONS 3 tb 25
; of the Department of Sociology BagB
at Stetson University. WASHERSDRYERS
Training Union is at 6:15: p.m. 300 Can
and evening worship is at 7:30p. : & DAIRY .
m. The Intermediate GA's Call Collect 672-0377 PORK BEANS 4Eor39
meet on Sunday evening at 3 Kraft Tasty Loaf CHEESE
1 o'clock and the Junior GA's on ALL WORK GUARANTEED

;, Monday afternoon at 3:30.: .1 piNTo) BEANS for39 SPREAD 2loaf,69

'" : 300 CanKIDNEY

"6' ,PHONEKelley'sFuel S BEANS4for39 8 ox* Winter cHen or Morton

I 300 Can BEEF fore
_BURNING for J V Limit 6 Please

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=s With this coupon and your) With this coupon and your With this coupon and your
PRODUCTS purchase of 4 Any Size purchase of One 10 purchase of 2 Hot Shot
LIGHT GLOBES oz. Pack Ever-Fresh Insect Bombs, Each 89c
; HOME DELIVERY COMMERCIAL ACCOUNTS Coupon Expires I Coupon ExpiresSaturday Coupon Expires

Saturday, Jan. 23, 1965 Jan. 23, 1965 Saturday, Jan. 23, 1965
Bunnell Florida
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FRIENDLY CIRCLE A. M. (Duke)' McDaniel under. SALE ;
MEETS TONIGHT went surgery at the Veterans
Hospital in Lake City Tuesday. Ib
The Friendly Circle meets to- He is reported as recovering 49
Ii I night at 8 o'clock at the home satisfactorily at press time. Ills
of Mrs. Harry Atkinson Palmet I address will be Ward 4 South

I I to tend.St. Members are urged to at. I Veterans' Hospital, Lake City. I'I'I Round Bone ROAST lb. 59

! I Howell is a,medical .
in the local hospital.

and Mrs. Roger Edwardsof CHUCK STEAK Ib. 53
Bunnell announce the arrival W. D. Jones and his sister
of a seven pound four and half Mrs. Willie Greer were called
ounce son. born at the Halifax to Boonvllle, Mississippi last I-
Hospital in Daytona Beach on week by the serious illness of
January 19. their father. Wilson's Certified FRESH (4.7 Ib Avg.)
He has been given the name
of Michael Rubin. Dinner guests of Mr. and Mrs
,C. A. Riddell Sunday were Mr. BAKING HENS lb. 39
Mrs. Flossie Richardson has 'and Mrs. C. O. Magee and Mrs. .
returned to her home here after Florence Norcross of Flagler ,
spending several weeks recuperating Beach and Mrs. Riddle's son, ]

Mrs. Lawrence at the home Upson of Day and Joy Sisco, of Jacksonville. I i Lean Western. BOSTON BUTT Western Select (By the Piece) ;:

I tons Beach. L. H. Drady was a business i PORK ROAST PORK LIVER ,
, \ visitor In Columbus Ga. several 1
Mr. and Mrs. I. I. Moody of days last week. He also visited 16 lbs.
Lake City visited a short time I with his son and his family and ] 39C 3 $100
Sunday with his father George also his aunt, Mrs. Onie Bras
Moody, Sr., of Flagler Beach. I well. ,
I i Armour Star ((6 8 Ib Avg.)
I Zena Muzyka and Virginia)
Bunnell Theatre King visited In Washington,
FRIDAY & SATURDAY D.c., Saturday through Monday. SMOKED PICNICS lb. 29

DOUBLE FEATURE' Mrs. Walter Knight and grand.
No. ,1SUNDAY daughter Rebecca Durrance, and
Our Value 300 Can Murray' "CHOCOLATE CHIP"Pf
Mrs. Zack Holland Jr., were in
Tampa Saturday visiting with BEANS 10 for fOO COOKIES pk
Mrs. Horace Locke who is re (Save lOc; Zge
cuperatlng from surgery in a Our Value 303 Can
hospital there. They also at. 00
$ tf
I 1 tended the U.D.C. Robert L. Lee TOMATOES 8 fori
Tea held there.
Armour Star 5 oz. Can CRISCO OIL
Mrs. Ellen Lee Is In the local VIENNA
hospital receiving medical treatment SAUSAGE 5 JJOO 48 oz.
all8MkII1NNo. 48.
Armour StarTREET 12 oz. Can BottleLimit ?

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If you are shopping the Janu
ary white sales be sure to study Joe "A"
,the quality of linens you are AlnrG. G.S
Ju!!!. buying.In J 3 Doz. 1FRESH
your dre.- I buying sheets and pillow. S 33 C'
cases look for durability and Bag FROZEN FOODS _

V weight, suitability appearance, Limit 1 with $5.00 or more food order
comfort price and size. Brand Swanson'i 8 oz. pkg.
I also has a direct bearing on
I selecting sheets remember
that muslin Is heavy and feels Large Head Snow WhiteCAULIFLOWER
GYPSY ROSE LEE I'rough but it Is economical.' For
strength and good wear, a medium Ea. Zge
weight muslin is satisfac
tory. Utility percale is a little 1 Ib Cello BagCARROTS COFFEE
iWI I!higher grade. It Is smooth and i
'(easy and economical to wash. Ea. 9c 6 oz. 79
soft texture
For tine light
4 Ib Cello Bag
I and beautiful appearance, finest Limit 1 with $5.00 or more food order
I percale Is first choice. APPLESE. 3ge
I I Judge the wearing qualities of
'sheets by the closeness and
I'firmness of weave and the r
strength of the selvage. You will rTii1 50 FREE 50 FREE
... .. find no knots or thin places ina
Ir6,1fr11L, aTt01 sheet of good quality. GIFT BOND STAMPS GIFT BOND STAMPS GIFT BOND STAMPS /
AlDt fro.t EQ trts( Read the label to find the With purchase of With purchase of With purchase of < .
I breaking strength of the threads. 13 oz. Can "Betty" (1) Large Size Johnson's (1) Pr. LADIES HOSE '
to requests we
many I A good muslin sheet has a MIXED NUTS @ 59c Kleer Floor Wax @ 98c t@) floe
will each Sat.
open at 4:45, continuous Afternoon breaking strnigt hot GO to 80 Coupon Void After Coupon Void After Coupon Void After

showin-:. I It pounds.the ibM The Is label first will, second also tell or Sunday, Jan. 24, 1965 Sunday, Jan. 24, 1965 Sunday, Jan. 24, 1965 1
Open I'n. & Sun. at 6:45 third quality.

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'! kale, squash, spinach, turnip take as much as one to one and Nutritionists suggest writingto You." The address Is: American

Want To Lose I greens, lettuce, and other greens,I one-half weeks, but after that ADA for a free copy of its 'I Dietetic Association. 620 N.

? I tomatoes, celery, cucumbers, you may expect to lose one tc booklet, "The Best of Health to Michigan Avenue, Chicago, II).

Weight Safely beets, cabbage, eggplant, onions, I one an done half pounds weekly: I' -

I rutabagas, cauliflower.Eat I without endangering your IN THE COUNTY JUDflE' COURT, REQUEST FOR BIDS
I' IN AND FOR FLAGLER COUN- i/ Notice Is hereby given that the
Want to have a streamlined bananas health. TY, FLORIDA.In East Flagler Mosquito Control District I
apples, grapes,
re: of Flagler Beach Florida will
health 1
figure and safeguard your and other sweetened fruit ;par.. Estate of accept sealed bids at the oKlce located
against diseases caused by overweight I JOHN SZARAMA. 7 miles north of }o'la&
ingly. Non-caloric sweeting Deceased i-n Highway ALA up to and ,
? agents and three ST. THOMAS CHURCH NOTICE OF PnOBATR until 600: P. M on Monday, February -
teaspoons or I TO ALL. PERSONS INTERESTEDIN 1. 1965. or postmarked priorto
( )
The key to achieving and less'of fat or oil per day will South Anderson Street IN ESTATE OF SAID DE. that time and date, for the following -
: Items for fiscal year end
keeping a pleasing figure is to also reduce calories. Use potatoes Rev. Jame.Sunday Henry Service! Taylor, Jr. You are hereby notified that a ing September 30th. 19(5.

bread and cereals with 10:30 am. Church School written Instrument purporting to Furnish approximately 10.000
Improve your eating habits according 11:15 .. m. Morning Prayer and be th Last Will and Testament of gallons No. 2 Fuel Oil to be delivered
nutritionists with the I discretion. Sermon said Decedent has been admittedto to the District's Storage
to Holy Communion lit Sunday probate In this Court. You are tanks at shop north of )'lagler
Florida Agricultural Extension Apparent weight loss may hereby commanded within six (() Beach Florida In quantities suit
; 1 I I calendar months from the date of f: t.forwt capacity of storage .
Service. ; the first publication of this notice b la approximately
1 I to appear In this Court and show ,500 gallon Quotations to Include
i lose cause if any you can, why the action all applicable taxes and to be firm
They stress you can I of this Court In admitting said bid on 60 degree F Temp and to
weight safely and comfortably Will to probate should not stand state terms of payment.
unrevolked. Furnish approximately 2.000 ral-
without drugs or starvation OPENING SOONABOUT Dated at Bunnell. Florida, this Ions of Regular Gasoline to be delivered
31st day of December. A. D. 1984. to the District's Headquarters
diets. First publication Jan. 7 1965. north of Flagler Beach Florida
T. K. MCKNI6HT. In quantities for storage tank
It's those extras that you eat County Judge facilities. Blderd to furnish storage
COURT tank of 500 !gallon! capacity with
but don't need that put rn those I L SEAL KROL dispensing pump and meter. Meter
Reduce calories Attorneys the Estate to 'be calibrated by the Florida Department
? extra pounds. I
411 Main Street of Agriculture and affidavit
but don't sacrifice essential nu Daytona Beach. Florida furnished to this effect. Quo-

trients, such as proteins, vita. I II I Jan. 7-14-21-18. 4tc l: a.n"n to Include bo a firm alt bid applicable stating

mins and minerals.To I KRANTZ MOTORS IIN TilE CIRCUIT COURT. SLOW terms of payment.
KNTII JUDICIAL CIRCUIT. IN Furnish approximately 2.000 gal
AN) FOR FUAHLRH COUNTY.FLORIDA. Ions of L. P. Gas delivered to the
help resist the mid-morn- CHANCERY NO. 4M4 District's' Headquarters north of
Itiv. AALBERT Flagler Reach Florida. Blder to
In gsnack, start the day with a Valiant DECKER. furnish storage tank and dispense
well balanced breakfast. I Chrysler Plymouth I Plaintiff to ing be pump firm with bid. Meter. Quotations

The American Dietetic Association I i APRIL EILEEN AGUE DECKER. Bids will be opened at the office N
DefendantIVOTICK on Wednesday,
February 3rd, atSuccessful
lists several proposals for OP 1:00 P. M.

better menu planning: I Sales & Service IN THE NAME OF THE STATE Bidder will be notified
; OF FLORIDATO following the District's tabulation
A pint of whole milk Is acceptable : APRIL ILEEN AGUE DECKER or bids..
Vienna Ohio The District reserves the right to
for adults. A pint of YOU ARE HEREBY required to reject any and all bids and to waive
file with, the Clerk of this Court any Informalities In bidding.
skim or non-fat dry milk, how U. S. Highway No. 1 South Phone 437-3311 your Answer to the Bill of Complaint EAST FLAGLER MOSQUITO
ever, may be substituted, since filed herein against you In CONTROL DISTRICT
the above entitled cause on or before Lyman U Gage. Secretary
it contains only half as many February 2. 1385 A. D. and Jan. 21-21 .&: Feb. 42tcNOTICE

calories as whole milk. FRED W. KRANTZ CY LAWRANCE serve. Jacobson a copy thereof Plaintiffs upon attorney DonaldC. _

Vegetables selected from the herein, whose address la 317 Orange I TO WHOM IT MAY CONCERN:
President Service Mgr. Avenue Daytona Beach, Florida."THE ;. I You will take notice that the
following group are especiallylow FLAGLER T1 IIlUNE" is Board of County Commissioners of
.hereby designated as the news- Flagler County In accordance with
In caloric value
: Asparagus, paper In which this order shallbe Provisions of Sections 21(09 and
broccoli, carrots, green beans published once a woek for four S3(.10. Florida Statutes, 19(3. upn -
consecutive weeks HEREIN FAIL petition of I* K.! WAD8WORTH.
NOT OR A DECREE PRO CON- will at 10 o'clock I A. M. on the 1st
FESSO WILL BE ENTERED A- day of February Its meetIng -
OAINST YOU FOR SUCH FAIL- room in the tUo'a: : Court
I II URE. House In Bunnell. Florida consider
The nature of this suit Is a bill and determine whether or not
I for divorce. the County will vacate, discontinue,
WITNESS my hand and seal at close and renounce and disclaimany
Bunnell Flagler County. }Florida right fdt '* and the
this 29th day of December AD.mi public In a to1 ounl'n< or interest
therein acquired for roador
SEAL) EMIL A. 8MYTHE highway purposes, which said
,J.. Clerk Circuit Court road or highway is more particu
Flagler County larly described as follows:
Dec. 29 A Jan. Being a part of Section. 9. Township
12 South Rang 31 East, and
REQUEST FOR HID1Notice more particularly described as fol
is hereby given that the lows: Beginning at the point
Board of County Commissioners of where the North line of the said
Flagler County. Florida will receive I Section *% intersects the centerline
sealed bids until the 21st day of the Old Kings Road, as a point
of January 19S. at the hour of Sr reference and running theneHputh *-
8-00 P. M.. In the office of the Clerk If degrees 44' East, along
of the Circuit Court In the Flagler the centerline of the Old Kings
County Courthouse. Bunnell. Florida Road, a distance of 101.91 feet to
for the following: the point of Intersection with the
I One New (full % cubic centerline of a county road thence
yard ,shovel rated) heavy- South 21 degree IS SO* West, along -
duty crawler mounted the centerlln of the said
\ Dragline, equipped with 4S county road a distance of S 2.74
I foot boom and fully revolving feet: thence Routh I degrees IS'
type Fall-load Overall West along the centerline of the
length of crawler track to !?!d..r."unt3r road a distance of
be not less than 12 feet < 211.S9 feet: thence South 10 degree
I Inches with SS Inch track; 49 IS* East, a distance I of ill.9*
shoes; total weight of machine feet to an Intersection with the
less bucket, with centerline of the old brick road
Standard counterweight thence South SS degrees 17 15*
shall not b* lens than 4S. Knit along the centerline of th-
000 lb... and bidder ..hail.p.elty old brick road. a distance of 7JJ. amount of counterweight feet to the Intersection of State
to be furnished Road No. 180 (formerly Mate Road
Dragline to be equippedwith No. 11), for a point of beginningof
fully enclosed cab the centerline of the 10* foot
with shatterproof glass.. right-of-way to be described:
Engine to b* diesel engine. thence continue South SS degrees
,: %. En gin from 17' IS* East along the centerline
RR 200 to StS cubicginch piston of the old brick road a distance
displacement will b* of JUT.U feet to the Intersectionof
considered but an Indication / the Old Kings Road and the
AT of the horsepower developed point of terminus of this descrip
b must b* given. Engine tion Excepting there from that
A to b* equipped withdirect portion of the proceeding descrip
S. PAR __ electric starting and tion lying within tile right- of-way
automatic safety cut-off. of aid State Road No 1t8 and
Prlc to b* for above drag- within the right-of.way of said
line without bucket F. O. Old Kings Road.
R. rtunnell. Florida stating ALSO:
1 : ,rR 'R vy approximate deliverydate "40lnlr a part of Section *. Township
Prices should also b* IS South. Rang 21 East. and,
with and without trade-In more Particularly I described as follows -
allowance on Model SS : Beginning at the point where
Northwest Dragline.Bids the north line of the said Section
to be plainly marked "Bid *. intersects the centerline of the
on Draglln on outside of envelop Old Kings point of referenc -
*. The Board reserves the right Mid car:1'thence South
to reject any and all Mds. It degree 44' East, along the renterlln -
Dated at Bunnell. Florida this of the Old Kings
Sth day of January. 19IS distance of ....n feet to the Slnt
GEORGE E WICKLINE. Chairman of Intersection with the centerline
Now Bunnell and Flagler Beach Board of County Com of a county road. thence South IS
missioners.ATTKST degrees II'S' Vest, along the
,, : centerline of the s.M county road.
E. A. 8MYTHE. Clerk a distance' Of SI2T4 feet: thenc
Jan. T-14-lte. South 6 degrees if West along
the centerline of the Mid co-Mr
Can Dial All Station-to-Station Long IN Tim' romrrr JUIMJIT* COURT. r.f.a aa of 2S149
moth ff'ij
IN AND FOR COIN.Tl 1* degrees 4
.. FLORIDAIN East a distance of SSI.9( feet to
RK- an intersection with the renttr'JP -
Estate of f'AK014 Brick Road' thence*
DIRECT! JOHN SZARAMA.Deceased degree U' 21- past along -
the centerline of the OM
NOTICR TO CREDITORS Brick Road. a ..distance of TtSIS
TO ALL CREDITORS AND AU. feet to the Intersect of State
PEKSOVH HAVING CLAIMS OR Road No. IN (formerly Stat Rod
DKMANDS AGAINST SAID ES- 5f-.U) t S< degrees
It's fast easy and you enjoy 3. Dial the number you want. Example TATE: \v 'tnCIOu\:.. *nurlli .
You and each of you are hereby of State Road Ho. U'. a distance
the economy of low station-to-station : if you're calling a New York notified an required to present of IU.." '..t to the intersection
any claims and demands which you. of aIM cnterlln. of th* Old Prick
rates. Here's all you do: City number, you dial "1-212"--and or either of you. may have against Road and State No. 1.i
the estate of JOHN SZARAMA. deceased thence North 40 ditrt.? 4r M
then the individual number you'rethe lati of riagler County. Kast. a dlsUnc .f UUI! feet to
1. Dial 1"-this connects you with Florida, to the Honorable T K.MCKNIGHT. the" Werthetly Sht-ot-
calling. CoUlltr.ludeo of Flag- State Road No. Ii4. for "aa7polr
automatic dialing equipment. lee County, oeeDI'n::: theCounty of Mllnnllle of the c.trllnV *f
Courthouse foot

2. Dial the area code of the city It's that simple. Try it. For a list of Flagler months County from the of withinsix the *AHck. degrees Road:4,to. 3e new. coil fait a aiNorrttA distance

you're calling if it's different from your many of the cities you can dial direct and first demands publication not hereof.presented AH within claims of.r SILL Interstate feet to Highway abe intersection No.

own area code. New York dry' for and other useful information on Direct th* time and In the -barri'as right-of-way and the point 5f .
scribed herein shall b* terminus .f this description.
Instance is 212; AtUnti'i 404; Distance Dialing see the front pages ofChicago's provided by law. All Interested may
Dated this Itth day .f December. pear and b* heaitTat the tloU Tad
312. *" your telephone directory. A. D. I9... plae above st IBe '-1./' \( MART SZARAMA Xt 4th cla7 of January
.'. As Executor *f aha Last A. D. 1911.
Will and Testament .( BOARD Or COCNTT COM
Southern Bell "",-. FLORIDA
@ \ AND' KROL By George E. Wlktln
411 Main Street
.Serving You Chairman.IIIIILJ.L .
.. Daytona Beach. Florida ATTEST:
'. 0,, I Attorney for the Kstat Jae. l4413tteHE': C! rk.
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New Orleans Jackson. on, about six miles from the I his staff passed along the I band played-'Hall-Colum I
Though weakened by dysen eart of New Orleans. In the line of cheering troops as a military,
Battle tery and arduous campaigns : brief but fierce engagement i --_. .
Fought --
Jackson led a motley band of Irregulars some 700 British were killed and ,
150 Years to an overwhelmingvictory 1,400 wounded. The Americans' I I -
AgoThe over a larger force of losses were Incredibly low-only I I CRAIG FUNERAL HOME
Battle of New Orleans' crack British soldiers. a few score killed or wounded.I .

could have decided the War of When General Jackson arrivedin because they were sheltered bya A. U. CRAIG. Funeral Director

1812, except for one circum I New Orleans on December 2, mud rampart. JOHN CAPO. Associate
After the battle, Jackson and
stance. The war was already I 1814, he found only a battalionof
over when It was fought I, volunteers, a handful of mllltia AIR I LADY I OXYGEN
The treaty ending the conflictwas and a scarcity of weapons.An O. ,F. ALtfORD CONDITIONED I I EQUIPPED
signed by American and arms shipment was on the CHAPEL I ATTENDANT | AMBULANCES
British emissaries at Ghent, way from Pittsburgh, but the Registered
Belgium, on December 24, 1814, contractor had sent the weaponsby Real Estate Broker Phone ID 7-3532
but this news did not reach the slow boat to save .
money. BnnnelL Florida 201 E. MOODY BLVD. BUNNELL. FLORIDA
United States for many weeks.In Meanwhile, a British expedition
the meantime, the Battle of ary force approached Louisiana
New Orleans broke out on Jan. from the Gulf of Mexico. .
uary 8, 1815.
One hundred and fifty years Jackson was so weak he often IJ

. afterwards, historians agree that Issued orders from a sofa, but
the American victory at New Or. he threw himself Into the Job"
leans was decisive and far. of turning New Orleans into an j
reaching in its effects, the Na armed camp. lie declared mar. I
tional Georaphlc Society says. tial law ordered fortifications
Prestige of Nation EnhancedThe built, and called up the militia.
victory hastened ratification Most importantly, Old Hickory
of the peace treaty, Increased unified the city's often antagonistic in Florida
the prestige of a new nation, Creoles Spaniards, and ciT
gave Americans confidence in Americans for the defense of the '
their military prowess, and en city. I >'. it's the
>\'ffl'ir' .-:
couraged the growth of nation. Even the Jean Lafitte /10! 'r.1" ;'",
pirate _' J'
al unity. The battle also madea his r:: '1" \ .
offered services to the United : : ? '
popular hero out of Andrew States-on condition that he $:I;_ ,'...). ..M, ""'" '" w, CHEAPESTmodern .
- and his men be pardoned.
Jackson at first rejected an ale
Higher Interest lIance with. these' "hellish ban. way I

dlttl. The persuasive Lafitte,

Rates in Store however, personally visited the .
general and changed his mind.
Higher Interest rates on creditare WARM and COOL home '
ahead for consumers, say Jackson was influenced in his ........'.. ........... your "':
Cliff Alston, farm management decision by reports of British YEAR-ROUND with
specialist, Florida Agricultural strength. ,While resting on his
Extension Service. soft on the afternoon of December .
Financial institutions across 23 he received word that reverse-cycle .
the nation are beginning to pass the enemy was encamped at the 1
along the higher charges they Vlllere plantation, virtually on :
must pay for use of Federal Re. : the outskirts of the city.. Jackson ELECTRIC AIR-CONDITIONING

serve funds-they are doing this the story goes, jumped up .
in spite of the Reserve Board's: and cried: "By the eternal, they
earlier assurance that Its recent shall not sleep on our soil.... \
hike from 15 to 4.0 per cent in We must fight them tonight" ) ....
One compact heating and cooling biggest bargain( ever.
the discount rate would not result 1<<
in a general Increase' In. Caught Off Guard .., ,.system docs both! Just dial for SAFESTbylar&melesaand,

consumer Interest rates. The discount i The Americans did attack that cool comfort summer and cozy lumele CLEANEST,
rate Is the Interest that I night and caught the Britishoff warmth in winter. grimy by-products of combustion.
the Reserve Board charges mem guard. Though Indecisive, No need to take up precious
Electric Air Conditioners have
ber banks on the money It loans the skirmish kept the enemy pace in your home to install heat-
! em. from advancing on New Orleans. ing equipment, because reverse- been drastically reduced in price,
In the wake of the IncreaseIn Jackson then mustered' his cycle central and window models over the last several years. Now
the discount rate. a number troops for a major battle. now cost little more than straight everyone can afford this year-

of banks raised their prime In. These troops were nothing If cooling units. So, the heating comfort ,round comfort. ,:
terest rate from 19 to 4.75 percept I not Irregular: swarthy pirates, i$ practically a free bonus! So, Join the hundreds of thousands ,
This Is the rate chargedto battalion of Creoles In gay
I. And the recent$10 million electric of Floridians already enjoying -
the biggest and safest borrowers i uniforms, a company of Choctaw
such as corporations.: I Indians Cajuns from bog and rate reduction (our 4th major this truly modem double bless
All other Interest rates are bayou, the Santo Domingo "free price cut in 10 years)makes fearInr.See your appliance dealer or
scaled up from it. I men of color," French veterans round electric air conditioning the air conditioning .
It .. the consumers who will Under one of Napoleon's gunners .
pay for the higher discount rate.A Tenesseans wearing belts
number of bankers are mak stuffed with tomahawks, sailors IN e aroiGlar{ flame! cont&tracto
ing efforts to charge more for converted Into artillerymen, a .
loans to individual borrowers to !company of Marines militiamen,
make up for the squeeze on the and just two regular Infantry ...Now cheaper than ever to GO ALL.ELECTRIC
prime rate. Some commercial regiments.Jackson's. than to UM It in combination: with flmtype ) p

agencies have already raised In. : forces, about 4,000 \.I-::
terest rates In the amounts that strong met some 5,400 British ,
vary according to the length of soldiers early In the morning of FLORIDA POWER & LIGHT COMPANY
the loan. January 8 at Chalmetto plants.r HILPIN9 BUILD FLORIDA

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('AGE TEN THE n.AGLER] TRIBUNE. .bUN FLORIDA Thursday, January 21, 1965 I II !

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: I In' R p'15pudsters Stevens 1-r '
: Birth Rate j Bulldogs Smyly 1 1 "

Florida 61-53 DeFord 2 24 Home
Irvin 24 Wrecker Service
Bulldogs" sack- B BIBBMI
Continues Drop ed the Hastings Spudsters Fri i Total 53
I day night at the Bunnell gym. '
k I Florida's birth rate continues The Bulldogs led throughout, the Flagler Truck & Tractor Co<
I F? to drop, and even more than the game |11"1 l l Bunnell*Crescent City MASSEY.FERGUSON
I : national rate, latest figures at Leading the Bulldogs were Came in Overtime
the State Board of Health show. Walton Cowart with 18 and Led by Johnny Seale, Bunnell Grove Farm Industrial Equipment
I Everett H. Williams, Jr., direc Walter Townsend with 16. The VIRGIL
jumped to an early lead but be. DECKER Phone ID 7-3242
1 ."' \, tor of the Bureau of Vital Sta. Spudsters attack, was led by hind the shooting of Causey and I Owner Bunnell, Florida
tistics, said the 114,729 births Dickey Irvin with, 24 and Morgan Harris, Crescent City fought to
'" In 1963 (correct were 519 less with 14. a 24.25 halftime lead.
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,; than the 1962 total "and accord. Bunnell Points ...
'ing to estimates for the first Townsend 16 The ge me stayed close the
nine months of 1964 there will E. Tucker. 8 rest of the way with the lead NEW FASHIONS IN FIRE INSURANCEThe

?% bea decrease of approximately Cowart 18 changing hands many times. lira Insurance policies we writ till give the same
.... 130 births from 1963. Knight 8 The accuracy of both teams was dependable protection. But today you can often enjoy ad.
final statewide fig. M. ,Tucker ,. 2 outstanding for high school bas. ditional coverage benefits-Rome Owner's Policy-at very
The reason
ketball. The at the end
Ford 2 score little extra cost.Remember.
: ures are not now available Is
If Seale 7 of regulation play was 4545.;
because there Is often a con In the three-minute overtime H. T. Cook Agency Is ready to help,you
siderable lag between the actual take advantage of these extra Telephone 437-3361
of the 61 period Bunnell was led by Seale
birth and the forwarding r
or stop in soon for fall details.:
# Hastings Points with six points to outscore the I
s l' : report to board headquarters,
Morgan 14 Rebels 8.4 and to post their 10th
he explained.Williams \ I I H. T. COOK AGENCYPhone
said Florida's birth win of the season against two 437-3381 Citizens Bank Building! Bunnell. Flo.
rate has decreased each,year of i j i losses. The next game will be
steady decline since 1953, fall the Important tilt with Father
for 1954 I
the past decade except
and 1956. He said the trend ing 18.5 per cent 1 Lopez Friday night in Daytona
I The United States has 'had a : Beach.
for nonwhites was upward until I
12.6 per cent decrease since 1953. : Bunnell Points
1956 but has dropped 17.7
Available data do not show :Townsend 6
cent since then.
per specific causes for the I AMBULANCE
I reductions E. Tucker 7
hand the rate
On the other ,
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but Williams said there are a
9 PHONE VAlley 1625
for whites has shown an almost .
tew factors, which obviously Knight 6 SERVICE
have influenced the change: Seale .. 25 ST. AUGUSTINE. FLORIDA

f Public UtlitiesExpensibn ,'There have been large gains ,. -
Never be hesitant about calling a Garcia Ambulance. We
in the population' 65 and I Total 53
I are always at your service with promptness, safety and
in 1965 older, the ,state's proportion of Crescent City Points
this: population having increased Pearce < .' 8 experience'Equipped

: Continues Growth 23 percent in 10 years. Robinson ; I'!f 2 ,With Oxygen Resusitator and Inhalator
I Moreover, the proportion of Harris !, 10
Electric, water, and other pub. females in the child bearing Ross '' : 9 Garcia Funeral HomeP.
licutillties operated by local of 15.44 ',
ages ,has decreased 11 Causey \\! :> 11
governments in Florida collect. per cent; and there is evidence Warner 9 E.: GARCIA, Licensed Funeral Director
ed $1838,00,000 for their services I that even the specific birth rates s LADY ASSI31'ANTLuxurious
during the fiscal year 1963, the for these women, are declining. Total 49
Florida State Chamber of Com -- -..-
, merce reports.
"Electric, gas and transit utilities I .
/" ..
accounted for $121,600,000of
of the Florida tota 1 receipts. "
fr Taxes which on customer
appear look
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new ,
bills are not included. A gain .
", of 12 cent marked
per was I up .
t.' by this total compared with a Luxurious room. ,
national increase of 8 per cent. new

'.. "Expenditures by these utili

\ ties rent Included operation$57,300,000, up 9 per for cent cur.; Luxurious new ride (discover the difference! )

new plants and equipment $51,.
300,000 up 58 per cent; and $10-
000,000 for debet Interest, up 32 {
per cent. The
" $118,600,000, was up 28 per cent s f
compared with a national figure f
, of 11 per cent.. + rat
"Public water utilities in the

, I I state outspent receipts during
I the 1963 fiscal year. Receiptsfor
this service came to 362,200000 ,*
"i and ''expenditures $69,600,*
000. The latter figure was made
k;J up of $28,700,000 for current operation .

up 6 per cent; capital
outlay for expansion $31,500,000,

down 13,per cent and $9,400,000
debt Interest, up 4 per cent."



P. O. Box 518. Bunnell

Phone 437-3460 Sporty Swingtrl '65 Chevrolet Impala Sport Coupe



"U ht! Mechanical Work Like surprises Come see some! One Is the elegant, sound and shock absorbers between yon and the road.)

Phone 4373441 Bunaell trend-setting, big luxurious '65 Chevrolet. The car There's plenty of power, too-Including an improved

..... looks downright expensive! It has more room than Six. And you can personalize a Chevrolet more than
many expensive cars have-extra foot room with its '150 ways. Come let us show you how, along with how

HASTINGS MATTRESS new frame and forward engine design, extra shoulder easily your old car and modest monthly payments

& UPHOLSTRY WORKS room with its curved side windows. And it actually will put you in a new beautiful '65 Chevrolet-just

710.12 Lemon St. Jays expensive when you ride in it. (It *AouW-new the way you want it. life Is full surprises. So is

PaUtka. Florida Full Coil suspension, wheels wider apart, over 700 our showroom.Come in for yours!
Phone EA 8-9166
: Furnlt\i\ Upholstering
:.- Repaired & Refinished Drive something really new-discover the difference at your Chevrolet dealer's
Nattl..... & Box Springs
! Made Order,Also RenovatedCall Oicvwhl Clicvclle .'Gietyll C0nw/r Corvette

Laura Morris 4373239 ,..
After 8:00 P. 1[. #

just es near as your
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