The Flagler tribune
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 Material Information
Title: The Flagler tribune
Physical Description: Newspaper
Language: English
Publisher: s.n.
Place of Publication: Bunnell Fla
Creation Date: June 10, 1965
Publication Date: -1981
Frequency: weekly
Subjects / Keywords: Newspapers -- Bunnell (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Flagler County (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Genre: newspaper   ( marcgt )
newspaper   ( sobekcm )
Spatial Coverage: United States -- Florida -- Flagler -- Bunnell
Coordinates: 29.4675 x -81.256944 ( Place of Publication )
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).
Funding: Funded by NEH in support of the National Digital Newspaper Project (NDNP), NEH Award Number: PJ-50006-05
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Source Institution: University of Florida
Holding Location: University of Florida
Rights Management: All rights reserved. Board of Trustees of the University of Florida
Resource Identifier: aleph - 001024369
oclc - 33425664
notis - AFA6237
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System ID: UF00079914:00283
 Related Items
Preceded by: St. Johns tribune
Succeeded by: Palm Coast news
Succeeded by: Flagler/Palm Coast news-tribune

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Flagler Housing Iv. F.: W. POST AND Bunnell HighGraduates FIRE CHIEF ASKSCOOPERATION City Votes More

Authority Plans BAR-B-OUE SAT.v 30 TRASH BURNING I Street RepairingAnd

Are ProgressingExecutive F.W. Post 5213 and Its Last FridayThirty Fire Chief Charles Woriey is RePavingThe
Ladles Auxiliary are planninga asking citizens of Bunnell to ,
dutch treat Bar-B-Que for,this
Director Jack Abbott members of the senior "please do not burn trash on
Saturday, June 12, The homeof City Commissioners of
of'the of their property. A city truck
HouslneAuthority class of Bunnell High School re-
Bunnell their
planned at
Mr. and Mrs._ Danny Johnston will pick up the trash placedon j
Flagler County returned Friday ceived their diplomas at the
to continue
day night meeting
will be the scene for the event.
the property line Monday
from a three day business tripto Commencement Ceremony held the repairing and repavlng of
the regional office of the Members and their families Friday evening at the school, through Friday each week. In twenty more city blocks.. ,
Housing Authority In Atlanta, case the trash Is not picked up
of both the Post and Auxiliary I I II
Georgia.Mr. are invited to the affair Commander Class President Elbert Tucker I during the week please call city I i I They are 'advertising this week
T. A. Jones said today. welcomed those present. Special hall he continued. for bids on the work for the j
Abbott says everythinghas I "Burning trash on the property following blocks:
been approved for the 40 music was provided by the high causes a great fire hazard, es.,I .,
new unit addition up to the de School Board school band under the directionof I pecially during the dry season" Pine street Court to Ridge '
velopment stage. Some addition. Walter Morris. Mr. Worley said.Summer wood 6 blocks. Rldgewood Pine
al work by the architect has Starts Worrying Guest speaker for the eveningwas to Anderson, 3 blocks. Forsythe. ;
to be completed and it Is ex ex senator Scott Kelly of Moody: Blvd., to Booe 3 blocks. I II
pected the authority will be About FinancesThe Lakeland. Awards and diplomaswere i Program Booe Forsythe to Stone 1 block. I
able to receive bids for construction presented by County School I I Stone Moody Blvd. to Boor, 3
1964-65 school has Supt. Coy Harris and Supervising Registration '. j
of the addition by Septem term I blocks; Court Pine to Moore, I
ber 1.Mr. Just ended, and at a meeting of Principal Benton Clifton. 2 blocks. Moore Court to Moody
Abbott also stated a community r the county school board Tuesday AWARDS AND SCHOLARSHIPSThe Monday June 14 !I Blvd. 1 block. Lambert North \
building of 1000 square it has already started to following awards and State to Pine, 2 blocks. j jt
Registration for all divisionsof
feet, with kitchen facilities, will worry about financing school scholarships ,were presented byPrlndpal i
the Summer Enrichment Program t They also planned to meet at
be Included In the development for the 1965.66 term. Benton F. Clifton, Jr. I'
In "a special assembly program at the Bunnell High Schol seven thirty Tuesday night with
plans. The details of financing will Friday, June 4.Valedictorian. will be at 9 a. m. Monday, June j n I Mr. Dawklns to study the pro.
come out next month when the for college prep: 14th Coach Bo Manuel said to posed water treatment plans. ,
Beach Party For annual school budget Is made diplomas, Ida Allen. day.The 'I I !
up, but it seems that if the same Valedictorian for generad diploma program includes reading Robert Fennel appeared ask
FSC Club TuesdayThe quality of schools are to be had Kandyce Lovell. summer school academics, arts Ing If the Masons could builda
next term more money will Salutatorian for college prep I and drafts, Little League Pony lodge hall on one city lot In
Flagler Senior Citizens I have to be found than is Insight diplomas, Heidi Eisenbach.' League Little Theatre swim the Carver Sub. He'was referedto
Club will have a hobo party at now i' Salutatorian for general diploma mining, and others.. II the Building Inspector Phil
the beach next Tuesday afternoon I Mike Coach Manuel said that there Johnson. If It meets with the
June 15, starting at :5 John Craig chairman of the SUBJECT AWARDS Hornsby. are three teams In the Little : building code requirements It 1
o'clock. The group will meet Classroom Teachers Assn. In. Agriculture, Jimmy Harper. League and two teams In the will be allowed. '
at the beach opposite the homeof surance Committee reported several English Buzzy McKnlght. Pony League. All games to be f
Mrs. Kay Swazye on S. R. AlA bids for cooperative Insurance Home Economics, Janice Scale! played on Mondays begin at i:5 Routine Meet forCommissioners ..tI
north of Flagler Beach.: covering all school person. and Janet Salyerds. p. m. Friday games begin at
Members and guests are ask. net who wish to participate.The Mathematics Arthur Ford. 7 p. m., Mr. Manuel said.
ed to come in hobo attire and bid of Brown and Brown, Spanish Cynthia Cobb. I
to bring box supper for them representing Home Insurance Co. Science Betty Lynn Bourne.SdeiisVfalf BUNNELL HIGH The Board of County Commissioner ,
selves. In case of rain the was awarded the Insurance* cost wlnnersfVTommy SCHOOL..ANNUALS held-Us:. ..monthly meet.
r- of which; up:to 25: percent,' will > I
meeting will be held In the dub Duncan Robert Creal and Vic trig Monday, transacting only .
> room In the Municipal Building be paid by the ,board. A local tor Hall. AVAILABLE SOONThe routine business. I

Flagler Beach. bill passed In>this year's session Social studies, Marilyn McNab. 1965 Bunnell High School Brown and Brown Insurance
of the legislature permits the Sportsmcmshlpi Football Ar Annuals will be available at the brokers, gave a report on survey
Florida Bar board to pay up to :50 percentof thur Ford: boys basketball, Walter High School on Thursday, June they had made of board owned
Will Honor the coatAgreed Cowart; girls basketball Kay i, 17 from 8 A. M. to 12 noon Theo. property, and recommendationsfor
to pay Bunnell High Weaver Tein said today. Insurance. Bids will be takenon
Frank UpchurchFrank Principal $8,150, a raise of $50, D.A. IL Good Citizenship Mr Hein I is the Annual advisor Insurance. Included In the '
D. Upchurch, St. Augus and to pay Walter Morris as Award Heidi Eisenbach.SCHOLARSHIPS for the Senior Clan.Lehlgh survey are all buildings and i
tine lawyer Is one of the 50-year countywide supervisor $8200. equipment, and Brown and

members of The Florida Bar to Agreed to employ a remedial From P,-T. AIda Allen Kan- Employees Brown will prepare specifics
, reading teacher for Carver Schoolto tlons In for r
. be honored at the forthcoming dyce Lovell Heidi Eisenbach Receives Free mimeographed form
annual bar convention in Miami run six weeks, the teacherto and Mike Hornsby. I f Safety Shoes use of the commission and other ;
Beach June 1619. be paid at salary schedule From Business and Profession Lehlgh Cement Employees, bidders. Bids may be opened at
.. A native of Georgia Upchurch rates. al Women's Club-C'nthla Cobb. [I having completed 365: safe days August meeting.Representatives.
received his law degree from the Voted unanimously againstany Flagler County Schootarshlp' without a lost time accident on of the Came
University of Florida college of Investigation of school systems Foundation-Mike Hornsby, Jack 1 I June 5, won the free safety and Fresh Water Fish Commls
.. law and was admitted to prac of Florida by the National Abbott, Cynthia Cobb and Maria shoes award Safety ChairmanBill appeared before the board with
lice In Florida In 1915. Jle served Education Association as has Fleurie. Chlmpky said today the proposition that It the board ,j
o in the Florida House of Representatives been proposed by some school ELEMENTARY AWARDS Lehigh employees will all re would furnish some labor and f
4 In 1921 and In the groups. The following awards were celve a free pair of safety shoes equipment to clear an old road
Senate In 1943. He was also A motion was passed to authorize presented In an Awards Assemb from the Company. We are all from John Anderson Highway to
mayor of St. Augustine in 1928. Supt. Coy Harris to er pruud of this safety record, Mr. Bulow Creek the fish commls
Upchurch Is a former attorney range to borrow up to $50,000for Continued To Page 8 I Chlmpky said today. lIon/ would built launching
for the Board of County Com construction, but will needto ---- ramps for boats. They also
missIoners of St. Johns County, borrow only $40,000 to build JERRY SLOVAK SERVING IN VIETNAM would do the same at some
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and a past president of the St, Carver High School gym. designated point on Gore Lake.
Johns County Bar Association. Agreed to employ Mrs. Mae Tom Duncan discussed with
lie Is currently the president of Whitney as school secretary on '1''. the board, the possibility of cresting *
the St. Augustine Historical So. 12 months basis at $240 a month. additional receratlonsl
d ty. Accepted "with regret resignation ri facilities, suggesting two tractsof
The bar will pay tribute to I of Miss Joyce Emery as land. One Is along John Anderson *
26 members admitted to practice finance officer of the school :f/. Highway south of Flag
:if. .
In Florida for 50 years dur board and authorized Supt Harris I".r Beach< and the other a part
ing the final business session of to submit names of persons '" of the Bunnell airport.
the convention Saturday June recommended to fill position. .. 'i'iff Duncan asked only tentative
19, at the Hotel Fontalnbleau approval of the airport site Com
Miami Beach.Pentaeoatal. Rev. Porter In .. mlsslonre Louis Stefllk asked
Lakeland For ::L%, ; that the proposed facility In.
Holiness ConferenceRev. ':,: ;. .,.. eluded In the "master plan" of
Howard R. Porter of the .
Church Program he airport property Duncan
First Methodist Church of Bun .i\ I given tentative approval.
The PentacosUl Holllness nell left Tuesday morning to --: I I Adopted a motion to request
Church Announces their service j attend the Methodist Annual 4 : the Stale Road Dept. to Install

for each Sunday as follows: Sun.I Conference In Lakeland. He will '. .:. .. : caution light on Road 11 In the
day School, 10 A. ),(. Morning return home Sunday evening at . .. I city limits, the light to be paid
Worship Services at 11 A. ),(. the conclusion of the conference. II for out of secondary funds.
Youth Service 7 P. M. Evmngetl I Layman L. A. Yelvlngton will The board also agreed to
col' service, 8 P. M. Prayer meeting bring the message' as a layman Airman First Class Cyril A. Slovak, son of Mr. and Mrs. Jerry have Road 302 from Intereste
at 7:45 Wednesday evenings. looks at his church at the Sun. ,Slovak Star Route, Bunnell, monitors a radar scope at Long Van ion with Road 100 to Road 300
Rev Lamar LIngold Is the day morning worship hour. He AB, Viet Nam. Aalrman Slovak is a flight operations specialist a full 20 feet In width. This was
pastor of the Church located I I will be assisted In the service with a unit of the Air Force Communications Service at the semi agreed to after a long discus
.' Just off Deen Road. Members n by M. B. Fuller and Ray Mercer. tropical Installation. By Interpreting lines on the scope, the Bun Ion as to wether a dragline :
report progress' on the remodel Church school will be at 9:45, nell High School graduate Is able to guide U.fl. Air Force and ;could be used alongside of the
lag of the parsonage Is progress with the morning worship at 11{Vietnamese aircrews In making a safe landing or taking off un road to clean out a drainage en
ins very nicely. o'clock. N 'del adverse weather conditions. naLP.


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PAGE TWO THE FLAGLER TRIBUNE, BUNNELL, FLORIDA ";>: t .f", .Thursday, June 10,>"1965

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Pickled Are Shell eggs carefully. Place In, tension Service. Subscribe to The Flagler Tribune, $2.50 Yearly in Advance t

Eggs hot sterlized Jars and cover with. The club, T-bone, and porterhouse I ..--- ._ \
boiling pickling liquid. Seal im 1 steaks come from the short
CanapesFor mediately. Eggs may be eaten loin. Club steak is trangularin I

within 3 to 4 days, but don't shape, smaller than the T- H \
a summer taste treat, try
pickled eggs. They make excel- hold them longer than a week.I bone with little or no tender BROWN & BROWN INC.
No refrigeration required. loin. The T-bone Is larger and
lent canapes. They are good in
Pickled Eggs Pennsylvania Style' Includes some tenderloin.
salads, ut picnics, or as a snack INSURANCEOUR
Place whole, peeled, hard-- j
with crackers and cheese. Porterhouse is slightly trlang
Nutritionists .recommend two cooked eggs in a glass jar. Cover ular and is the largest of the
recipes for pickled One re with a mixture of equal parts
eggs. three cuts. The boned porter. PHONE NUMBER IS
quires refrigeration. The other beet juice and vinegar. Add a house or T-bone with the ten
doesn't.If little chopped onion and a few removed
derloin Is called "New
your preference is pickled whole,cloves. Cover the container I'' York" "Kansas City," loin strip 437-3394

eggs, Southern style, this recipeis and hold under refrigeration or top loin steak.
for ; 3 or 4 days before using.
you Rib steaks come from the
Pickled Eggs-Southern Style same section that supplies the

15 to 18 hard-cooked eggs Steak Names standing or rolled rib roast. I

3 cups white vinegar "Delmonico," "Spencer," or rib-
1 cup water Are ExplainedThe eye are the terms used to de i' CRAIG FUNERAL HOME

1 tablespoon salt. I scribe a boned rib steak.In .
Pickling spice, if desired. aroma of meat sizzlingover I warm weather the demandfor I A. IlL CRAIG Funeral Director

(Avoid using mustard as a the 1 coals invites you to: steak Increases, so less tender ROBERT WORLEY Associate

spice-it will discolor the eggs). come on the run and eat. cuts of beef will be the more
II As barbecues become more economical choice In the sum. AIR LADY OXYGEN

O. F. ALTPORD popular, the outdoor chef takesa mertime, says Dr. Reddish.To CONDITIONEDCHAPEL I I .EQUIPPED
keen Interest in meat cuts. keep steaks from stickingto ATTENDANT AMBULANCES
I Names for favorite cuts of meat the rack on the charcoal grill,
Real Estate BrokerBunnelL I vary and may be confusing, rub the rack with suet or brushit Phone ID 7-3532

Florida I says Dr. L. Reddish, meat spe with salad oil before cookingthe 201 E. MOODY BLVD. BUNNELL FLORIDA
cialist, Florida Agricultural Ex. steaks.

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Labor 'ida celery have been passed over
Shortage this season In the Everglades

Brings High Prices"The :farming"Some area.of It Is due to labor WE GIVE METT S Quantity Reserved Rights

I shortage and some to natural ***
consumer will suffer hazards" Mullin said. "They TOP Prices Good
most from the current farm labor I (producers) have been handicapped .
shortage," Dr. E. T. York, Jr., by reduction In labor VALUE SUPER MARKET Thurs., Fri., Sat., I
provost of the University of I I t supply" he added. & Mon.
Florida's Institute of Food and I I York said the recent sharp June 10,11,12,14
Agricultural Sciences has said. food price increases "are In I STAMPS 1965
sharp contrast to trends In re- Phone 437-3201 103 S. Railroad St.
In response to government reports "
of soaring April food cent years.
"Increased efficiency by,farm
York said consumers
prices' ers has, until now, kept food
are paying for government
prices from Increasing as muchas
restrictions on Imported farm
other major cost of living
labor, through higher labor -
Items 39SALEWilson :
costs and crop shortages which
Food prices have risen less
have contributed to the highest
than most other goods In the
April cost-of living Jump in Ave
past 15 years, according to the
years. U.S. Dept. of Agriculture. Since
Legislation permitting Importation 1947.49, retail food prices have
of off-shore labor expiredIn gone up only 15 percent, while Certified (FRESH, Not Frozen)
December 1964. Congress let non-food living costs haveclimbed
It lapse after the administration 35 percent.
opposed its extension. During the same period, prices BAKING HENS Ib 39FLA.
Fresh fruit and vegetables requiring received by farmers for food
hand labor In harvest- products have actually declined
Ing led the food price Increases, 15 percent.
according to a Bureau of Labor "Consequently, the farmer's GRADE "A"'Split
Statistics report. ability to produce and sell his
An Associated Press survey of products at lower prices during
retail food stores showed food this period, was a major factorIn BROILERS Ib39
prices to be 15 percent higher preventing more rapid cost
than last spring.. of living Increases York said. ,
Many In the produce market "The consumer has benefited
attributed these higher prices to from many technological advances Lykes (SMOKED)
the Labor Department's decisionto
In American agriculture"York
limit use of Mexican and offshore said. Sliced
laborers. "Now consumers are having PICNICS 39'
"Substantial amounts of mar to pay for labor policies, which Free Ib
ketable crops have gone un- keep the farmer from operating
harvested because of current at maximum efficiency," York
labor shortage," said York. concluded. Thrifty tb Pkg.
In California this year, 11,000
acres of asparagus have been Subacribo for The Flagler Tribune
plowed up due to, labor shortages lUG ft Tear la Advanc.PETERSON .
according to an April report -
by W. II. Anderson, assistant r
Florida TEXACO
general manager
Fruit and Vegetable Assn. SERVICE Best Lyke's (12 ) ALL MEAT
statistician In I I I \
charge of the U.Gi Dept. of Agrl'l I Light Mechanical Work GROUND BEEF If 39e WIENERS 12 oz. pic.. 3ge
culture,crop reporting Phone 437-3441 BunnsU
Orlando, said 240 acres of Flor Flavor Aged (U. S. Choice). Homemade ? .


Shortening (SAVE 36c) 3 Ib TIN

ONTRUCKS Limit (1) with
BAKE-RITE purchase of 39Blue

C w. food$5.00 order or more

Blue Plata (SAVE 28) QT.. JARMayonna.ise

Limit (1) with
purchase of 39
$5.00 or morefood

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ENGINES (1) with 5 Ib.Bag I .
or more
TUNE UPS order.


Fancy YellowBANANAS Scald Sweet ((6 oz. Can)

FLAGLER COUNTY'S ONLY 31 S' o'r3ge LEMONADE 4 for 39cFancy




SERVICE CENTER Pillsbury (CANNED) Erer.freth Big 20 ox. Loaf

BISCUITS 4 cans 39 C BREAD 4 for SSe

r. Kraft 32 oz. Fresh Qt. Btl. Erer.freth


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oj. iiouiM 4is. Its (1) 3 Cans Del Monte Light Twin pkg. Ever.fresh
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Scout 495 will hold' I
Troop The Flagler Beach Elementary
a board of review tonight for I School staff honored Mrs. Dale:
for advancement
} all boys are up I Brown with a dinner at the pier
I restaurant last Friday. Mrs.I JUNE 10, 11, 12, 1965 RESERVEDFLA.
It will be at 7:30 In the scout. Brown who has taught the first
I room at the Methodist Church.All grade at the school for the past I
parents are Invited to attend. nine years, will teach next year

I FORMER GRADUATES RESIDENT WITH HONORS, in Those Bunnell attending High. the surprise I FRYER Ib 29LIMIT

Miss Nancy Fran Dzioba, dinner were: Dale Brown, W. E.
I granddaughter of Mrs. Nettle Fennell, Jr., principal of the
Bradac, of Flagler Beach, graduated I I Flagler Beach school, Mrs. Lee
from Mainland Senior High Bourne, Mrs. Jennie Newell, 3 PLEASE
School as Salutatorian and witha Mrs. Ed Somerfeldt, Mrs. E. D.
3.9 average. Johns, Mrs. Bob Schatz and Mrs. U. S. D. A. CHOICE GRADE WESTERN CORN FED
I She received three scholarships Leonard Johnson.
: Governor Haydon Burns,
Mainland Senior High, and the SULLXVANS HONORED
University of Florida. Nancy LAST TUESDAY Ib 89* PORK CHOPS-10-

plans to enter the University of Henderson
f Mr. and Mrs. Bob
Florida in the fall and major entertained at an outdoor barbeque .
I in medicine. I
I Other awards she received included Mr. and Tuesday Mrs. .,Mike night Sullivan.honoring u.S. D. A. CHOICE GRADE ARMOURS STAR ALL MEAT

; Anchor-Pllot-Senior of The Sullivan are returning to? RIB VAC PAC

the Year Award, English Award I Paducah, Ky., to make their

COUPLES and 'a Spanish ATTEND Award. I home.Flagler They Beach have eight been years.residentsof I STEAK rb 89- FRANKS Ib 49

ANNUAL CONFERENCE Mrs. Sullivan served as city
Rev. and Mrs. Reynold Hoover I clerk three years and Mr. Sullivan .
and Rev. and Mrs. E. Lester I was employed by the city MAXWELL HOUSECOFFEE

Stanton left Wednesday mom- during the past year. Guests enjoying America's Favorite Shortening
ing for Lakeland where they the affair were:
will attend the Florida Annual Charles Rockett and son Stew
Conference of the Methodist art, Willie Harrison, Mr. and .
Churches. Mrs. Charles Hoff, Mr. and Mrs. 1 Lb. CRISCO
') I Richard Mosby, Willis McDowell, 59'
MTF OFFICERS TO Mr. and Mrs. Floyd Collins, and
BE INSTALLEDThe Mr. and Mrs. Leonard Moody
Methodist Youth Fellow. I I and daughter, Eula Lee. 12 oz. Jar NESCAFE 3 IbCan 69''0
ship will have its installation INSTANT COFFEE Jar 99c

of new officers during worship WSCS OFFICERS INSTALLEDThe
Limit 1 of choice with $5.00 food
service next Sunday, June,13. your order Limit 1 with $5.00 or more food order
'Methodist Womens Society
New officers are: Jo Anne
Wilson, president; Sandra of Christian Service officers
Owens, vice president program; were Installed by Rev. Reynold
Betty Lynn Bourne, vice presi Hoover during the worship service '
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,last Sunday.
dent-missions; Andy Waterman,
vice president-projects; They were: Mrs. Ray Lehr,
Lee Bourne, Jr., vice president. president; Mrs. William Givens, DRINKS 3 for 89 TEA BAGS Pkl.59-
socials; Susan Peterson, secretary vice president; Mrs. Reynold
; Wayne Owens, treasurer; Hoover, vice president; Miss
Anne Bourne, membership; Da. Emily Gage, recording secretary;
vid Johnson, Barbara Mrs. Kenneth Whitney, treasurer
publicity; 300 BUSH SHOWBOAT 4 oz. LYKES REG. 23c
Wilson, refreshments; Donna ; Mrs. Fred Marks, co-treas.
Filkins, phone chairman; Dan urer. PORK & VIENNA
Waterman, custodian, and Bruce Secretaries of commissions In.
Arnold, scrapbook.The clude: Mrs. Lester Stanton, BEANS 5 for 49 SAUSAGE 2 for 39-
MYF will hold a sand. membership cultivation; Mrs.
wich social next Sunday on the Roger Hoose, missionary educa
beach near the church at 6:30p. : tion and service; Mrs. Frank
.m. The group voted last Sun Schwenk, Christian social relations 18 oz. KRAFT'S SHURFINE EVAPORATED
day to change their meeting ; Mrs. Keith Lovell, spirit.
time to. 7:30.8:30 p. m. duringthe ual life cultivation; BAR.B.Q MILK
summer months beginningJune Mrs. Lynn Clary, program ma. 8 $100
20. They also extended an terial; Mrs. Allen Jenkinson, SAUCE Ea.35 0 Cans
open Invitation to the Bunnell supply work; Mrs. Vernon Raymond
MYF to attend their meetingsand : public relations; Mrs.
sodals for the summer. ,Hugh Arnold, campus ministry, FROZEN FOODS
I and Mrs. Bernie Wilson, missionary 6
BAPTIST CHURCH personnel.Mr. .
Sunday school at 9:45: A. M.
Morning worship at 11 o'clock and Mrs. R. H. Clark and VINE RIPENEDTOMATOES LEMONADE ft f r88

with Rev. Max Hall, pastor. son, Stephen, from East Point,
Training Union at 6:45: and eve. Georgia, are visiting this week Ib 29
ning worship at 7:30. with Mr. and Mrs. Lee Bourne 8 0" McKENZIE
and family. Mrs. Clark is the BROCCOLI
COMMUNITY CHURCH sister of Mrs. Bourne and the

Sunday school 9:45 a. m. with daughter of Mrs. Fred League, GA. CARDINAL SPEARS
classes for all ages. Worship at who resides with the Bournes. 2-43c,
11 o'clock with Rev. R. W. Dick-
(Continued on page 7)
ert, pastor. PEACHES25'
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With this coupon and your With this coupon and your' With this coupon and
AIA I Flagler Beach purchase of oneWATERMELON purchase of four (4) 28 purchase of one (1)
oz. btla. Canada Dry Low! 20 f al.GARBAGE.
V4 Mile South of Pier Calory Drinks CAN

Coupon Expires Coupon Expires Coupon Expire
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Cartmill Johnston
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Wedding Plans
Mr. and Mrs. Charles Creal
Johnston of Bunnell
Miss Hell
and children Robert, Billy,
will become the bride of Mr. U S. D. A Choice "BONELESS"
Nancy Carol are on vacation -
James Donald Cartmill in a
to visit in New York City BOTTOM ROUND
candlelight ceremony in the and the World's Fair. *
First Methodist Church of Bun. OR RUMP ROAST -, Ib. 89 J
nell at seven-thirty Friday evening MOVES INTO NEW HOME S
June 18, 1965. 7
U. S. D. A. Choice "BONELESS" TOP .
Mr. and Mrs. Leo Baker and
The bride-to-be in the daughter
family have moved into their
of Mr. and Mrs. A. B. Johnston '
new home on Stone St. The at ROUND STEAKChoice Ib.
of Bunnell. The bridegroom- tractive home is of concrete 9S
to-be Is.the son of Mr. and Mrs.J. .
block construction.
C. Cartmill of Greenville .
Florida. ST r JuicyALL

and Following Mrs. Johnston the ceremony will entertain, Mr. ON Nell DEAN'S Johnston, daughter of MEAT STEW lb. 69' J

with a reception at the Bunnell Mr. and Mrs. Ab Johnston, was
on the dean's list at Florida
Civic Center.
Friends of the couple are invited State University the past win. Wilson's Certified FRESH (4-7 Ib Avg.) .-

reception.to both the ceremony and ter trimester.Mrs.. Louisa. Durshimer of Albany 'BAKING HENS lb. 39WHITE j

BRIDE ELECT Georgia, is here this week .
with her mother, Mrs. Nell Allen,
HONORED AT SHOWER I I and other relatives. ...

Nell Johnston was honored. Mrs. F. II. Howell has returned BACON lb. 39 :
Friday of last week with a kitchen to her home here after receiving .
shower at the L. S. Cody medical treatment at I
Home Deen Road. Hostess for the Putnam Memorial Hospital
the evnlng was Linda Cody and in Palatka. Our Value 303 Can

she was assisted by her mother,
Mrs. L. S. Cody, and her sister Rev. and Mrs. L. E. Watkins TOMATOES Ea. tOe F A B !
Mrs. Joyce Crews. and son Charles, were overnight
Guests Included fifteen form. guests of Mrs. Ruth Watkins at
er class mates and close friends. Flagler Beach Monday. They Red & WihteAPPLE 2 Ib JarE.290 GIANT
The bridal theme was used in were enroute from Macclenny to SIZE S9C ;
the decorations, refreshmentcourse Lakeland to attend the Method JELLY
and favors. 1st Annual Conference there. Limit I with $5.00 or more food order i

Charles will visit with his

Mr. and Mrs. Clarence H. grandmother during the week, Kraft' SALAD DRESSING Qt. Jar
Nissen have returned home after while his parents attend tht-
spending two weeks in Miami conference.Rev. 'un Crest (Plus Deposit) Case of 24

visiting with Mr. and Mrs. Watkins Is a former pas MIRACLE WHIP E. 49* ORANGE 139
Charles Eberhardt. Mrs. Niesen tor of the First Methodist Churchof OR GRAPE DRINKS
and Mrs. Eberhardt are sisters. Bunnell.
During their stay there they
visited with other relatives also. Howard Taylor was a business HERSHEY'S DAIRY SPECIAL-
visitor in Gainesville several -
Mr. and Mrs. John Sutherlandand days this week. SUGAR lib>> Solid
children spent the past

weekend here with her mother Andy Yelvington was In Ml S &: 29C OLEO 2 .lbs 29c I
Mrs. Neva Eisenbach. and her ami two days this week on busi
brother's family, Mr. and Mrs. ness. He attended the apparel
Limit 1 with $5.00 food order
C. B. Eisenbach and family.Mr. show there and was buying for or more FROZEN FOODS .
the Land 'n Sea Fashions of
and Mrs. Ferris Solomon Ormond. Swanton's '6
8 Size
and children Davy and Bonnie, FRESH PRODUCE oz.
were visiting in Miami Sunday Mrs. Nazhla Trad is on a trip
through Tuesday on pleasureand I which takes her to Jacksonvillefor Fre.h BLACK EYE MEAT PIES 4 for 'I00Ea.
business. Mrs. Solomonwas a visit with her son and

on a buying trip for Land daughter in law, Mr. and Mrs. PEAS Z .lb. %ge :
.and Sea Fashions, also attendedthe Lou Trad; to Atlanta to visit
apparel show held there. with her son In law and daughter MAXWELL HOUSE (All Grinds)
Mr. and Mrs. Andy Anderson. Tender No. 1
Mrs. Daisy Moody returnedto Befote returning home she COFFEE
her home Tuesday from the I will also visit with relatives in OKRANo. ftJge

Halifax Hospital where she re'Milwaukee, Wk, and also at. 1 & 18 eBELL
ceived medical treatment two tend the wedding of a memberof 1 Firm
weeks. the family. :J!
PEPPERS 5> Limit 1 with $5.00 or more food order

Mr. and Mrs. Louis Bam of Visiting with Mrs. C. A. Rid-
Twin City, Georgia, were recent' dell Sunday were her son and
visitors here. They were return daughter In law, Mr. and Mrs.
ing to their home after attending Joy Cisco of Jacksonville, and
sister the In Orlando.funeral of Mr. Bard Flagler Mr., and Beach.Mrs. C. O. Magee of 50 I I 100 I I 50with

- 'with coupon Si purchase' with coupon & purchased| i coupon & purchase<
I of (1) Soaky of (1) Large Cannon < > of ,. (24 count)

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tjOU Sunday June 13, 1965 ) I Sunday, June 13, 1965 ) I Sunday, June 13, 1965 '
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437-3325 8:00 A.nv -ItOO p.m. ,

Quantity Right Referred PRICES GOOD JUNE 10, 11, 12, 13, 1965

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; Low Fat Milk 18.5 percent nonfat solids, Young many areas.. Consumers say Subscribe to The Flagler Tribune ++

outProducers I they like lowfat milk becauseof
boost the nutritional its nutritional value' and because COUNTY, FLORIDA
Sales Zoom I
of its generally acceptable CHANCERY NO. GOlf
I value of lowfat milk by adding HAROLD WILLIAM DEAN, JR.Plaintiff.. ,

nonfat milk solids, usuallyIn taste. 710-12 Lemon St.

Sales of new milk products- the form of nonfat dry milk I Education and income are re LAURA BELL Palatka, Florida
k low fat milk-may triple by powder. Often, lowfat milk is''lated to the use of lowfat milk, Defendant. Phone EA 5-9166

1970, according to Howard B. ( studies show. The better educated NOTICE TO DEFEND Furaltu-x Upholstering
fortified with vitamins A and D. I THE STATE TO:
: Young, extension dairy technolo I I the family head and thei LAURA OlEruWgMltJ Repaired & Refinished
I It. D. No. 2Cooperstown Mattresses & Box Springs
gist.Weight Weight watching Is the chief I higher the Income of the familythe New York Made to Order.Also Renovated

I conscious consumersare reason consumers give for drink- more likely the family is You are hereby notified that a Call
Laura Morris 437.3233
I suit has been filed against you In
buying more and more low. Ing lowfat milk. Lowfat milk drink
to lowfat milk. the above entitled cause; and you After 6:00 P. M.
fat milk, Young reports. Sales, sales exceed skim milk sales in are hereby required to file your answer
with the Clerk of this Court PRICES REASONABLE
are expected to Increase faster and to serve a copy thereof upon BUDGET PLAN IF NEEDED.
-' evrvwu. the plaintiff or plaintiff s attorney,
than sales of whole or skim whose name ana address is: Just as near as your

milk during the next few years. r ISHAM W. ADAMS Phone or Post Office
I 121 Broadway Drop Us A Card or Call
In 1963 low fat milk sales
Daytona Beach Floridanot
Memorial Church P later than June 28, A. D. 1965.If Free Pick-up & Delivery
estimated 24
rose an percent over I StA you fall to do *o, decree pro

a year earlier' and exceeded Ister-d aemfaatleaal confesso will be entered againstyou
for the relief demanded In the
sales of regular skim milk. i AIR CONDITIONED bill of complaint. The nature of IN TilE CIRCUIT COURT, SUV.ENTIt .
aid suit being for divorce. JUDICIAL CIRCUIT. IN
Low. fat milk sometimes
Dayton An. my hand and seal of FLAGLKIt COUNTY.
, called "two-percent" milk, has aid Court this 24th day of May, FLORIDA. IN CHANCERY NO.
FLAGLER BEACH A. D. 1965.Official 5000.
4 become widely available only I Service ( Seal) E. A. SMYTHE I CITY OF FLAGLER BEACH

In recent years. It usually contains Sunday School 10:00 A. M. Prompt Clerk of said Circuit Court I a municipal corporation existing
By Julia R. Harvey under
I Law of the
about 2 percent butterfat Church Service 11:00 A.M. Deputy Clerk. State of Florida, Flagler CountyPlaintiff
I The Tribune
Flagler May 27 & June 2.10.1-4tc ,
and 10 percent nonfat solids. R. W. DICKERT' Pastor

Whole milk, In contract, has about EVERYONE WELCOME! 1 Phone IDlawood 7.3282 IN TUB CIRCUIT' COURT OPKLAULKIl CERTAIN LANDS, upon which
( Ol'NTY. FLORIDA Special Assessments are de.
3.5 percent butterfat and I BunnelL Florida IN CHANCERY NO. 6003 linquent.
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AIANNING.Plalntltf.. rsfsndants..
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v. TO ALL PERSONS Interested In
or having any lien or claim I upon
I Defendant. any of the land described herein:
EVA MANNING BEACH has filed It bill
457 Van Buasum Avenue In the
above named court
Garfield New Jersey to foreclose delinquent
i You are hereby notified that a assessment with Interest and
LOOK suit has been filed against you In ,. upon the parcel of penalties land
the above entitled cause; and you set forth In the following schedule
are hereby required ktoorlhr.o'o: answer the aggregate! amount of such special
with the assessments Interest and pen.
and to serve a ropy thereof upon
t said respective parcels
the plaintiff or plaintiff* attorney, e8r.f: a* set forth In said
whose name anaddress Is: bill of complaint being set oppo-
SAMUEL V. HOLCH site such parcel In the following
113 N. Third Street schedule, to-wlt:
I'alatka. Florida PARCEL NO. It Amount Of Special
riot later than June 26. A. D. 1965. Assessments: |124.03.

We Will Build A Brick Home On bill confeaso If for of you the fall will relief to be do demanded entered.o. docree againstyou In pro the Northwest East Beginning and IIS corner at feet a point of South Tract 107 of feet the 19.

complaint. The
nature of
running west to the of
aid milt being for divorce. east line
the John Anderson Highway a* It

A.said WITNESS I). Court 1915.Ornel.1 this my hand 14th day and of seal May of now direction lies, thence along In said a Soutbe..t.r11' east line

On Your Lot Completely Finished of said John Anderson Highway
( Clerk Seal of E. A. SMYTHE to the couth line of the North half
said Circuit Court of Tract 10 thence East along
By Julia R. Harvey aid line to the West line of Connecticut
Deputy Clerk Avenue thence North
May 27 & June 3-10-17 4tciv along laid I line to the point of

beginning; All In Iliock n. Section
TIIK cmrriT COURT op 11 Township 12 South Rang 21
For Only $50 Down FI.OIIIOA. !MKVF.NTII JUDICIAL East In the Bunnell Development
I.KIl riltCUrr. IV: AND FOIL KI.AU- Company' Allotment a* per plat
-4. CIIANCKIIY i filed with the Clerk of the Clr"ult -
NO. BO'7. '
f ,: LOUIS Court of Eta [lee County Flor
Plaintiff Being a part of the North half of
and 10 of Block "D" Sec
PEARL :.ctl.t
I THOMAS Township 12 South Rang*
Defendant 21 East according to plat of Bun
Development Company, and
AND ONLY $6242 STATE OF FLORIDA. TO: more particularly described a* fol
I PEARL ELLAR THOMAS. low.: Beginning the Northwest
PER MO. Residence and Address wnknov.n.
corner of the said Tract 10. a* a
YOU ARE 1IEKKBY NOTIFIED point of reference and running
that a suit has been filed against thence South 1 25' OS* East
you by Louis Isaac Thomas (who.. along the Wet line of the said
attorney of record I. Angus W. Tract 10. a distance of 116.0 feet
Harriett of Palatka. Florida) In to the point of beginning of this
Beautiful 3 Dr. 1 % Bath Home Features Following the above entitled cause and you description; thence North 21 degree
, are hereby required to serve upon 22' 40* East a distance of
Plalntlffa attorney, whose name 107.0 feet to the West boundary of

12'x24' Carport & Utility Room Windseal Shingles of and your address written appear defense hereon., together a copj Connecticut I degree 2S Avenue OS* East: thence, along South the

with filing said defenses with the West boundary of Connecticut Av.enue

'* 52 Gal. Electric Water Heater / Sheetrock ler Clerk County.of the Florida Circuit Court If any of to Flag the Mouth h a 21 distance degrees of If 61.0 40 feet* West: thence a

lull of Complaint In the" said suit, distance of 100.2S feet to an In
copy of which I* delivered to ,
you tersection with the
Easterly boun
. Hardwood Floors Aluminum Window herewith on on before the 2Sth lacy of SO foot right of way of
d'lrl'Iuh. -'. D. 1165. the John Anderson Highway,
1 not or decree pro thence North IS degree 21' 66*
Custom Built Kitchen Cabinets Ceramic Tile Window.ills confesso will be entered against : West along the said Easterly rightof
you for the relief prayed In the war boundary, a distance of
Bill of Complaint. 21.0$ feet to the
West line of the
Kitchen Exhaust Fan Ceramic Tile Bath The nature of said suit being for aid Tract 10: thence continuing
a,divorce, a vlnculo matrlmonll. North IS degree 21' SO* West
WITNESS my hand and the seal along said E..t.rlbt' of
4" Fiberglass Insulation 100 Amp Electrical Sere of said Court of Flails County. boundary, a feet way
Florida, this 21t day of May A.D. thence North SS"c.a.4.1.' 2S*

65,000 BTU Heater Birch Feature Panels (1965.HEAL) EMIL X SMYTHS the East point a distance of beginning of 11.64 of this feet description. to

Clerk of the Circuit Court Bearing are referred to
May 2T A June 210174te the True Meridian and
Cedar Lined Closets Front Porch 0.IS acre Recorded parcel containing In-
I:* TUB CIRCUIT (COURT BKVKVTH I)eed Book 4$. page 217. Flagler
"UiriAL CIRCUIT; IN County Record
In addition to the

i We will build to your plans. We also have a complete PATRICIA FLORIDA.DILWNPlaintiff EQUITY NO. HIe.: opposite foregoing,each a schedule.* provided parcel of Interest amount by land law In,andpenalties the set on

DILLON such delinquent special assessments

' remodeling service. If are interested in NOTICE TO 'APPRAH Defendant.. AND part, together of the coat with a and proportionate expense
you A .WIoR of this suit, are sought to be en
IN THE NAME OF THE STATE and foreclosed In this suit

< buying a, quality home write immediately to suit TO You ha: ROBERT are been hereby brought J. notified DILLON...alnet.that you a to before to appear said the bill and Ilth of make day complaint of your June defense on X D.fOr

IMS and
! In the Circuit Court of n.cler you fall to do *o on
or before said
date the bill will
County. Florida In Equity, by be taken
as confessed
by you end
DILLON Plaintiff, end
you are hereby required files you will be barred from (there
personally or by attorney, with after contesting said suit and
j' the Clerk of said Court, said respective parcels of land will
your -
HOMES INC. he sold
BEEN by decree f
dd.n.... It any, to the Com for nonpayment of O said court
e-ild special
plaint In said suit. on or beforethe assessment Hen and .
Interact and
Jilt day of June A. D. IMS.
penalties thereon
\ and the
costs of
, and also to serve a copy of your this .ult.
I written defenses Messrs. OeInaky
/ WHEREOF I have
'I PHONE 389-4546 638 N. EDGEWOOD Plaintiff. and at Krol.their Attorney office at 411 for the hereunto official set seat my of hand said and afflied
Court this
Main Street. Daytona Beach, Floe llth day of May
X D. us .
on or fore the
J list day of
,.' June A. (). IKS. a* required b,. (Seal) 1+:. X BMTTHK.
the Florida Equity Rule, and Clerk of said Court
l, .a herein fall not or Deere Pro Con By Julia R Harvey
I ftsso and Final Deere will Ne entered De
against you by default. May 2.-2T June 1.

I .Own A Lot And I Am Interested In Purchasing A Home Now which That said the cult name has of been the Instituted Court In

la the Circuit I Court Seventh Judicial
Circuit ef Florida. In and for !" .llgltr Srtbunr

N AME .._.........._...._...._...._...._..._.........._..........-....-....-....-... that Flagler the
I herelnabov set forth. IICNNELL, FLORIDA
I You are further notified that the

ti ADD RESS; ................_...._..._.._........__.._.. _........__.--...- I I divorce nature ,of custody said cult of minor la a suit children for MRS. M a FULLER.: Editor

i I and other relief a* Nt forth In
I 1'I lntlrrl Complaint De.lsesto ......... fee an
If In Rural Area Please Enclose Directions WITNESS my hand and seal ofoinc Legal A >
I at I unn.n.- Florida, this Ilth ertfela.rKntered
'. day of May. A. D. I"'.
; E. A. 8M TTJn:. as second rlas
\ Aa Clerk of the Circuit Court February matter
1212. at the Pest.efilee -
of Flarler (
aRhL OI.\ under
iriRcrrT ) Aet .. ". lift
Attorney for Plaintiff
I 411 Wale Street one year e-1M
Daytona Beach Florida its: 'c" ..
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grade, Donna Mae Whitney. 'rash, Jr.Library. on Honor Roll): Fourth grade,

:Jlagfe tOeachContinued GOOD CITIZENSHIPBlue Helper Award (gift Deborah Louise Meekins, Thea I MILLER
book): Pamela Allyn McDaniel. MIchele Hein, Jack Davis Raw.
ribbons): Third grade, has, Ralph Michael Abraham. ELECTRONICS
( from page 4) Jacqulyn Robinson, Pamela Jean Minuteman class award (trop.
Fifth grade, Sue Ellen Seale. 1744 Ocean She,. Blvd.
Thomas. Peggy Mae Wilson. phy), fifth grade, Mrs. Daisy Sixth grade, Patrick Lewis Dun

METHODIST OBSERVE STUDEN CHURCH DAY TO' Fourth grade: George Eugene Moody, teacher. can, Sandra Sue Abbott, Floyd REPAIRS ON TV'S

Clark Rosemary Ellen Bross Certificates of Awards (five Jack Collins, Jr., Victoria Lou WASHERSDRYERS

Church school at 9.45: a.m. and Jack Davis Rawlins. Fifth grade: times on Honor Roll). Fourth Perritt I

worship at 11 o'clock with Rev. Charlotte Louise Dodlmead, grade, Karen Elizabeth Duncan.

Reynold Hoover, minister. Next Sherrle Ann Lindsey, PatriciaLee Fifth grade, Jeffery Lyn Taylor. Patrick Runner Lewis-up Duncan.Award (medal) Call Collect 672-0377

Sunday, Student Day, will be Meekins. Sixth grade: San. I Sixth grade Linda Louise Smith

observed and the following students dra Sue Abbott, Pamela Allyn and Amela Allyn McDaniel. Special Award (cup) Sandra ALL WORK GUARANTEED

will participate in the McDaniel, James Franklin Par.Donlt I Honor Student Pins (six times Sue Abbott.

service: I I It' ,.... .." L 11 I If THIS ClHCltIT COIUIT OP

Jo Anne Wilson, pastoral! Overdo PUAGI.K.R HI: illANTKUY: COUNTY NO., JMH7 FI.OIUUA_'_'..'..',

prayer; Susan Peterson, affllrma FOR EFFICIENT SERVICE COME TO KUZAUKTH DROWN Plaintiff, I
don of faith; Kathy Bourne, responsive .

reading; Andy Water. Your SunbathingDon't BUDDY KNOX 66 SERVICE CENTEROn CARL HAROLD BKOWM.Defendant.NOTirH 8U. .

man, scripture. Wayne Owens TO IlPrhNU
will preside over the service and overdo It when it comesto AlA &: N. 4th St., Flagler Beach THE STATK OP fUmiPA. TOCAltU :
HAUOL.U 111.OWN.. Hit
Lee Bourne and David Johnson sunbathing, cautions Miss Phone 439-9221 IT lllvervlew Avenue
usher. Pauline Brimhall, health educa Neptune City. New Jerey,
will Ton are hereby notlned, that a
tion specialist, Florida Agricultural suit ha. been flu>4 against you In
will '
Youth Fellowship officers Extension Service.As Goodyear Pre-Summer Tire Sale the above entitled cau.el and you
be Installed during the worship are hereby required to rlhr.o':n
you know, a single overexposure ewer with the Clerk ,
service and all ltL Y.F. membersare and to curve a copy thereof upon
urged to attend.Mr. to the hot sun can New Tires From $10 up Plus Tax the plaintiff or plaintiff.* attorney .
cause a bad bum: But were you whoee name addrea I.:
aware that continued over ex* Uulldlnr
and Mrs. Arthur Mattias Dayton Florida
posture for a period of yearS can not later than July A D. 1118.
from West Chicago, Illinois, are cause the skin to look dry, If you fall to do no, decree pro
visiting this week at Flagler t'Ont..o will be entered against
wrinkled, and coarse in texture you for the relief demanded In the
Beach and with their former 24 hourWrecker bill of complaint. Th. nature of I
Miss Brlmhall says that a good Service aid suit being for divorce.WITNESS .
minister and wife, Rev. and hand and eat ofsaid
sun tan has little health value, my
Mrs. Reynold Hoover. Court this Ird day of June,
so you might as well get your I A, IX 1146.LUttlclal .
sun tan gradually and in com l Clerk Heal) of i aid. Circuit 8MTTIIK Court
AWARD AT FLAGLER BEACH Flagler Truck & Tractor Co Uy Julia 1C Harvey
ELEMENTRT SCHOOL JUNE 3 fort.Never Deputy Clerk
spend a whole day June 10.1,.U July 1-4to
Perfect attendance. (One year) basking in the sun! Twenty MASSEY-FERGUSON =lrn.T t Illlie

Second grade Nathan Scott Harris minutes is long enough for your Grove Farm Industrial Equipment t1.a1.1ur' bid lr tm received In
tlie oil're of the City lrkI' theCity
third grade, Margaret Lou. first exposure to the summer ct Ilunnell :. the
; VIRGIL DECKER Phone ID 7-3242 Civic Center llullcllnf.. until t:1O: p.
ise Reynolds, Patricia, Lynette sun. To protect your skin from m. Slat day of June A.D.
Owner Bunnell Florida ntoh.tu
Bennett, Craig Lee Wilder. too much sun, be sure to use labor.MB* for paving the material.following f and

Fourth grade: Mary Elizabeth plenty of suntan lotion and trecta with asphalt with a mini.
mum thickness of on. Inchi
Mlssinne, William Sanford Dun cream. IMn from Court to UldfewoodItldfewood
Don't be afraid to avoid the from fine to Anderson ;,
Jr., Deborah Louise Mee
IOn Koryth from Moody Blvd. to ilooeI
kins, Victoria Denise Smith, sun if your skin is extra sensitive FOR ALL HOURS-DAY OR NIGHT .. from forayth to $tone
$tone from Moody lllvd to Hoo
Joyce Patricia Whitney. Fifth or if it only splotches Instead Court from Pin to Moor

grade: Patricia Lee Meekins and of tans. If the no-sun look AMBULANCES Moor lumber* from from Court N. State to Moody to line Hlvd

Pamela Lynn Sheeler. Sixth suits you, yet you don't wantto PHONE VAlley 4 1625 The paving I* to Include tack

grade: Leo Pines Fleurie. give up beach or pool goIng,, ER VICE coat be paved and. cleaning Th *treet of* portion lifted above to I
Just cover up. Wear a beach hat. I ST AUGUSTINE FLORIDA total twenty-one block and will
attendance two
Perfect years: require. approximately 100 ton fora 1
Second grade, Vicki Kay Lind. .This year you'll see them In almost Never be hesitant about calling a Garcia Ambulance. We be complete equal to job.the minimum All material..ptlclftc&J I la to J

any style you'choose-, from are always at Mrrlce with promptntss safety'cmd tlon required by the HUte toad '
sey.Perfect attendance four years: i floppy, feminine, to colorful and. your ronelructlnr Department for secondary material road used. The In

(medal and certificate: ). Sixth carefree. Or try the allure of an experience. bid I 1. to be Ub,: tteO'o a p.rton
extra large beach umbrella.Do The City Commliiloner reserve
Equipped With Oxygen Resusitator and Inhalator
protect your face-especial. the right to reject any and all bile
and to waive any Infurmalltle. In ;
CLASSIFIEDADS ly extra sensitive areas like eyelids :, Garcia Funeral Home bidding.
WITNK8H my hand and omeletseal
and Don't don'twear
lips. please this filth dv of A. ), lilt.M .
hair rollers at the beachor P. E. GARCIA, Licensed Funeral Director H. Mr ban Iluntt. :
I. City of Ilunnell.. FlorioA7Tn1ITI
pool. Surely you 'don't wantto LADY ASSISTANTVVWVWWWWVWVVWA \
...... Nancy Iltidger, City Clerk
look like a sea monster. ... .. .. .. ...... .. .. ... .... Jun. .Ot-lto
Listings under this heading areS .
cents a. word each Insertion. I
7$ cents is the minimum charge .


Gift Shop on AlA for rent. Very ,

reasonable to responsible party. ,
Phone 439-2018( Flagler Beach. I \
June 10-It
1 .
WANTED Acreage and lot list. ::1
Ings In Flagler County. Sun

State Realty, Charles Trad associate .

745 Main Street, Day j

tona Beach. Ph. 255-5242. rest-

dence 255-1791.
FOR SALE-Haw Creek Service

station. Good paying businessfor CIOAASee ;

persons Milling to work. 1 1I

May 274tpNIMROD I

Camping Trailers for

nell.Sale. Moody Pharmacy May, l-tf Bun us. We deliver. a fully equipped Chrysler,, '. h; .

COr Fla. Hvry.UPHOLSTERY 11. will pick Bunnell up and! priced less than $7 a month more than .

deliver all furniture free. For .

sample material and prices on .. .

labor call 4373673. April 22-tf small cars and junior editions. ..

IZmC TANK cleaning; drain r ) xV.

fields Installed; snail thelL Rea ) .II

soluble prices. Call George Ja I ,

roc m 73410 8-1-tf ....-..._... .. to..... ....
M.k. tMferene.
Wh..tb.N Cub6c lICIt Month'" .
Length P., Mont ,
De..1.e. fIt
.n. feymenUCHKYUCW
T. NCWfOftT 12.21.2 M) "1.17 ;
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i BUNNELL HIGHGRADUATES Robertson. i bered 989,397, up 7 percent and I'' MOLLIE R. LYONMrs. I IN THE CIRCUIT COURT 9EV-

I 6B-Manuel: Janet Scott, John I with W tags, 1,011,754, up 21 ENTII JUDICIAL CIRCUIT OP
30 -
J Jones, Ray Smith, Catherine liar percent. The 56,556 cars for hire Mollie R. Lyon 79, form. OUNTY.. IN CHANCERY

j LAST FRIDAY Iris Steflik Du. 48 er resident of Flagler Beach and NO. B06N
I Betty Douglas represented a percent gain JANE B. BUCKMAN.
pont. over 1960. grand mother of W. J. Moore, Plaintiff
; Continued From Page 1 -v."
I Flagler Beach, died at 3:30 P.M. JR.Defendant..
"All cars exclusive JAMES WILLIAM BUCKMAN.

: ly Friday, June 4, by Principal TOMMY KAHLERT of antique passenger and government. I last Thursday at Clifton Forge, l'fOTICFJOJNFilJlfrCf.MihOF .
I Va., following a brief illness. THE STATE
Benton F. Clifton, Jr. owned cars, totaled 2,515,551 by
Mrs. Lyon was a Winter visit.
' SCHOLASTIC LETTERS the end of 1964, 23 percent more JAMES WILLIAM BUCKMAN, JR.
Cadet S-Sget. Thomas Kahlertwas or at Flagler Beach for the past Rural Route No 1, Box tit Cape
Townsend than four years previously. Olrardeau. Missouri
I : Barbara Cow- f awarded a medal for have "Among other of motor seven years. You are hereby required I to answer .
art, Chuck Cowart, Pat McCoy, the Complaint for Annulmentfiled
I Ing been selected the best saxophone vehicles, both buses and trucks Mrs. Lyon was a member of herein against you In the
f Donna Steflik, Tolbert Wlmber- above entitled cause by filing your
player In the Gordon Military Increased 15 in number the Flagler Womans Club, Flag.
percent Answer with the Clerk of the Cir
j' iy. College band, at the final and house trailers 33 percent ler Beach and the Presbyterian cult Court. Bunnell Florida, on or
4B-Mercer: Christine Hlgginbotham before July 9. UI5. and serving a
exercises May 29. The coveted Church, Clifton Forge.
during the four years true, copy of said Answer upon
Rosemary Johnson, WilLiam award was presented by Major Services were at 11 a. m. Saturday Plaintiffs attorney J. BOYD be-
LOACH. 303 Bank of New Smyrna
: Patrick, Rita Pellicer, Jim Smith band director. at the Nicely Funeral Florida
Clay BUNNELL FORD SPLITS Building, New Smyrna Beach -
: Simmons, Davy Solomon, Cherry J Home Clifton .
Cadet Kahlert I sthe son of Bunnell Ford Co. Softball team Forge. Herein fall not lest a Decree ProContesso
) Wadsworth Pam White.
be entered against you.
Mr. and Mrs. A. W. Kahlert of
two last week de. Tribune" Is hereby
I 5th-Morris: Nancy Creal, split games "The Flagler
Bunnell. Books Are Dish designated as the newspaper/ In
Mary Cook, Debbie Johnston, Jo. feating Patterson Motor Co. 11.8 My which this Notice shall be publish'
I and losing to Circus Bar 136. I ed one a week for four (4) con.
ann Dixon Karen Clegg Mike
The New York Times I secutvle weeks.
Manuel, Denise Tucker. Floridians Like Run Hits Errors WITNESS my hand and official
William Bolltho on books "There seal at Bunnell. Magler County.
6 A Tonkin: Minnie Deen, i Bunnell 11 12 2 will .Florida this 3rd day of June A. D.
Smallest and ayways be a mass of vulgar 19(5
Patterson 1 9 3 I
Chip Johnston, Kay Perryman, I and depressed people. But (Seal) E A. SMTTHB
Robertson Kirk Batters: Clifton and Wether Clerk of Circuit Court
Greg Robertson
I I Largest Autos they seldom buy old books." By Julia R. Harvey
ington; Oliver and Davis.
Elayne Tucker. Clerk
I There Is nothing we like more DeLOACHDePuty
Leading hitters: Clifton 2.3
6B-Manuel: Catherine Harris, ; 302 Bank of New Smyrna Bldg
Floridians have been than old brown books, but
Lyna Knight, Jay Townsend, I express. Hanna 2.3; May 2.3 New Smyrna Beach. Florida
ing an Increasing fondness for I bookbinding is so much fun we Attorney for Plaintiff.
Bunnell 6 10
Jamesine Wimberly. I June 10-17-24 & July 1-4tcIV
are binding old books at theWoman's
PERFECT ATTENDANCE both the smallest and the Circus Bar 13 13 2 -- -
.largest automobiles In recent Club Library in gay TUB COUNTY JinOFH' COURT
I Batters: Clifton 'and Wether IN AND FOR FLAULKH (OUN-
lA-Holland: Cofleen Sue years, the Florida State Chamber ngton; Mara and Medei. Lead merry go round colors. TY, FLORIDA. IV ."It0 UAT":.
Hart. of Commerce pointed out in ling bitters: Yelvington 34. We hope to lure more read. Ke: Estate of

\ 2A-McClure: Charles Smith, I Is weekly business review. ers In with them. It's on the ARLIDOE E. 8HAMBLEN.Deceased.

Artis Ford. "Cars weighing 2,500 poundsor principle of glass to catch NOT1CR .

L 3A-Reynolds: Jerry Medders, less almost doubled in number CIGARETTE TAX woodchucks; A fine new mystery CLAIMS TO ALL OR PERSONS DEMANDS HAVING AGAINST ANY

Thomas Brooks, Coy Harris. during the past four yearsto FUNDS DISTRIBUTED I "Lighting Strikes Twice" THE ESTATE. Deceased OF: ARLIDQB E.SHAMDLEN. .

4A-Townsend: Jean Hart, Joe reach 350,544 last'year, 'according Municipalities of Flagler County I has a teenager In It who walks You and each of you are hereby

j, Arnold, Gregory Crews, Larry to official reports. In have received the following [ away with the show. notified Administration that an of Order the Estate Declaring of

r McKelvin, Donna Steflik. 1960 these small cars 'accountedfor amounts from the collection of I ARLJDQE E. SHAMBLUN. Deceased -
as unnecessary has been
( -Mercer: Pamela White, 9 percent of total passenger cigarette taxes sold ,within their 'CARD OF THANKS entered by the Honorable T. K.

r t ,Elaine Skolar, Jacqueline Murray automobiles in the state and for limits for the month of April, We are sincerely grateful to fudge's McKnlght.Court.Judge Flagler of the County County

f Cherry Wadsworth, Danny 14 percent last year. I according to the State Beverage friends and neighbors for their Florida. accord
Kindly yourself
Solomon, Vivian Arnold. 'There ,were '107,300 cars Dept. which collects the tax: 'many kind acts of .sympathy In 11'1 Y. .govern

5A-Morris: JoAnri Dixon, weighing 4,500 pounds and over, Bunnell, $3,105.76. during our recent bereavement.Our First.publication McKNIQHT..June County 10. W5 Judge

Butch Anderson; Randy Buckles. and wearing Florida WW tags Flagler Beach,' 124369. appreciation cannot be adequately .Ju1.If; -" A July I-4tciv

6A-Tonkin: Benjie Cauley, last year, 70 percent more than Beverly Beach, $55.93. expressed for the pray. TII" CIRCUIT COURT or

;S Chip Johnston, Susan Hlggin- In 1960. Marineland, $154.86. ers, flowers, cards, and visits. FLAOLKR IV CHANCERY COITNTY NO.,070 FLORIDA

,', botham ,Kay Perryman, Kirk "Cars with plain tags num. Painters Hill, 1848. I The family of Nannie Cowart LOUIS CATANEO. Plaintiff

,., : 727 Manhattan Avenue
: ',., Brooklyn. New York.
You are hereby notified that a
f suit has been Sled against you In
'i : above entitled and
the cause: you
1 ii are hereby required to fil* your answer .
with the Clerk of this Court,
and to serve a ropy thereof upon
,,' the plaintiff or plaintiffs attorney,
whose Ham and address I.:
110 North Third Street
I Palatka. Florida
I h.' >. A. !). IMS
" \t: hOlt you InulJo so. deere pro
onfesso will be enured against
i'I you for the relief demanded In the
r bill of complaint. 'The nature of
I aid suit being for divorce
WITNESS my hand and stat of
said Court this 4th day of June
A D. 1661.Ut11c1a1Clerkof.
( said Circuit Court(

By Julia 1C Harvey
Deputy Clerk
I. June 10-17-14 A July 1-4teNOTIf
In compliance with House lilll
174., Chapter IO SJ. Laws of Flor-
-' Ida. Acts of amended. the
-- -- ndersltrned Tl.rI.: with the
Clerk of the Circuit Court In and
for FUgler Count Florida. upon
receipt of proof of publication of
his notice the following fictitious
Bunnell Sod Farm located at
highway No. II. Highway No. 100.
lunnelU Florida under which wewill
engage In the business of selling -
sod. and that the undersigned
are the only persons Interested In
aid business
Dated at llunnell. Florida this
'th 1y of June. A. D 1M>.
Y 1lAl Ci: 1:. ILA U1.R IUON
\ "' ;) I .., ir, June lv-17-24 A July I-4tpVOTUK
,.ti'r sj" j.1 I.I t I. Of" IVTFVTIOV TO
No. 1 1 71. Chapter WiJ Laws
Ai l f Florida, Acts of 1141.
a amended, the undersigned will
register with the Clerk of the Clr-
,- cult Court In and for Flagter
Room icilk zoomffow youAmtriea't n add County. Florida upon receipt of
\ proof of publication of this notice
sMaf.adro aced
nttnxt, he following fictitious' name:
engint-thi SSS-kp Turbojet VSI Munch and Lunch, located at
lagUr Reach. Florida
1 i under which
''t.will engage Jo"utb. business of
atauraa| on AlA and that
the undesldgned Is the only person
Chevrolet Impala Super Sport Interested In Mid business.
Dated at llnnnell. FUrlda this
Uh day of Ju".. A. D 1661.
Mrs Ruth Brandt. P.O Bos 391.
h' Come on In. Have a plush vinyl-covered bucket seat. Flagler ....ad.. Florida

Stretch out and relax. You'll find the '65 Chevrolet gives J one 10-17-14. A July I-4tv

"P.:," more room to live In. SEE THE U.S.A. I. IV Tilt AIn; rot Fog VTT FLAI.L JIINEM:M COURT COfV.TT. .;

And walton you see what's under the hood: ,"LORIII.I... FROBATK.
THE N 0. 1 WAYyou CtR VO.
\" Living vooral IN RK: Estate of

'). But the thing that should really get you going is the price of JOHN It. NKLBOV 1\0'1'1'1&. Deceased.

one of these racy Impala Super Sport Coupes or Convertibles. i I 7 "TO",AIII ALL OR PERSONS DKUAVPM: HAVINO AGAINST ANT

The cost of living in one isn't us high as it looks. TilE ESTATE/OF: JOHN R NKL-
8ON. l>efl>&Md.

Red Hot and Rollins! Seo your Chevrolet dealer for anew CHEVROLET CHEVTLLC CHEVYn CORVAJR botlned You and that each an order*f you declaring are hereby administration -

r of the estate of JOHX
R. NELHOX.: Deceased, aa .Deft.-
00-1035 barr has b.*n entered the Honrabl -
4 T. K. MeKNIOtr/ Judge of
th. CoB r JudgeM Court. FUgUr
County. Florida.Kindly .
; govern yourself accord-


County fudge.
Dated Jan Ird. mi.un .
TELEPHONE ID 7-3131 I.U.l1.Jt-4to


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