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Title: The Flagler tribune
Physical Description: Newspaper
Language: English
Publisher: s.n.
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Place of Publication: Bunnell Fla
Creation Date: June 17, 1965
Publication Date: -1981
Frequency: weekly
regular
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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 )
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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).
Funding: Funded by NEH in support of the National Digital Newspaper Project (NDNP), NEH Award Number: PJ-50006-05
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Preceded by: St. Johns tribune
Succeeded by: Palm Coast news
Succeeded by: Flagler/Palm Coast news-tribune

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VOLUME 23, NO.. 24 BUNNELL, FLORIDA. THURSDAY JUNE 17, 1965 12.50 A YEAR :
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Rev. H. R. Porter FISHING-HUNTING i Group Forms i SUMMER LITTLE Judge Melton I II

LICENSES ARE i I THEATRE FIRSTPRODUCTION ,
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Returns To First Garment ClosetA >
Now
NOW ON SALE 'I I i Presiding r

ChurchRev Florida fresh water fishermenare group of ladies who unof
Methodist The first production of the
of Circuit
Judge
being urged to avoid the] ficially represented churches in I Summer Little Theatre will be /

Howard R. Porter return rush and buy their fishing and Flagler County, met at the presented at the Bunnell High 1 Circuit Judge Ho well W. Mel. I

ed home Stfnday afternoon from hunting licenses now. The 1965- Courthouse last week'to make School auditorium at 2 P. M., DI. ton, of St. Augustine, has been
the Annual Conference of Methodist 66 fishing licenses are availableat plans for the formation of the rector Laura Morris said today.I elected Presiding Judge of the t

Churches held In Lakeland.He the office of County ,Judge Flagler County Garment Closet I The title is "Bandit Ben Rides! Seventh Judicial Circuit, for a
was reassigned as pastor of T. K. McKnight In the court Committee. Again." I i term of two' years commencing I
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the First Methodist Church of house. Also at the sub-agencys, July 1, 1965. The Seventh Ju:1::1 p;
It is Intended that used cloth.;I The Little Theatre is part of ,
Bunnell to begin his duties for Dunn Hardware and I
Supply jdlclal Circuit Is composed of l'
Ing will be collected by the Individual the summer enrichment proI I
the new conference year. Flagler Hardware in Bunnell and Flagler, Putnam, St. Johns and
designated from each I I gram at Bunnell High School.
Mrs. Porter went to Lakeland Flagler Fish Camp at the St. church and stored and then') Mrs. Morris said the group will I Volusla Counties. \,
Johns Park section.
Saturday to attend the closing distributed to needy citizens If present several productions during Judge Melton has served as
.. sessions of the conference. She The new licenses 'are not re and when an emergency,arises.A II I' the next six weeks i: Circuit Judge since January,

aso assisted In some functions quired until midnight June 30 committee had I I The cast Includes the follow. ( 1961, and he succeed Circuit

held there Saturday for the wivesof I however they are presently be. been temporary formed previously and it Ing: Mack King Katie McFar- Judge Horace D. Relgle who Is
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the ministers. The DeLand inghonored by Wildlife Officers. made plans for a meeting and I land Ruth Hunter, Theresa Pel now completing a term as Presiding .
districts minister's wives were I llcer, Rita Pellicer Elayne
Judge.
hosts to the ladles at a luncheonand New this year Is a combina I formation of a permanent com I Weeks Mary Cook Lady Rodgers .
program.Rev. tion resident hunting and fishing mittee. Officers of the temporary Robert Sandlin, Under Florida Rules of Civil
Porter will fill the pul license for 1050. Also new committee were: Mrs. Katherine I I Mike Manuel, Charles Pellicer, Procedure the Presiding Judge
pit at the 11 o'clock worship I Is a public, area hunting permit I Ferryman and Mrs. Julia Stan. John Geller, Gary Harris Jay In each Circuit Is the administrative :,
Ish and Mrs. Bette McDaniel.
service Sunday morning. Sunday for children under age 15 for I t r Rodgers Cheryl Kinney, Lee officer of the Court,
School convenes at 9:45.: $250 the season. The permitfor About 30 ladies attended and I I Carol Baker Denise Tucker, Ka. "and shall be responsible for ,
those over 15 and under 65 I discussed the feasibility of such ren Clegg Robbln Pellicer, and the effleclent and speedy disposition ;

Bunnell School is the same price- of $500 for I an organization and they unanimously Dudley Improta. of the business of the f
the season. Those over 65 may agreed to officially organize Court". As the title implies, he i
secure a free permit for fishing. in an effort to meet the t presides at the conference of

Summer Program Other licenses available Include needs of the county. ScholarshipAwards the Judges which are held each
The permanent officers elected month.
resident annual fishing, MadeThe
Proves PopularThe
were Mrs. Katherine Perryman,
$3.00; nonresident annual, $8.00; Judge Melton was a practicing
Bunnell, and Mrs. Jean Chlmpky,
Awards Committee of the
summer program at Bun nonresident 14-day Flagler Beach, as co-chairmen;I attorney in St. Augustine from
I fishing $125; continuous// r Flagler Scholarship Foundation 1948, until his election as Circuit
nell High School Is In full Mrs. W. C. Lewis, Bunnell, sec met Tuesday night and awardedthe
swing and according to enrollment I IA day contlnous fishing, retary.. following scholarships to Judge He was St. Johns County

figures Is quite popular Members of the committee are: I graduates of Bunnell High Attorney prior to his election
Principal Benton F. Clifton said I Bunnell School Flagler Beach Methodist Church School: i to the Bench and is a former
President of the Council of Bar
Mrs. Jean Mrs. Vernon
; today. Chlmpky, Three hundred dollars to I
Mr. Clifton said over 200 enrolled Honor Roll Raymond and Mrs. Roger Hoose; Michael l Hornsby, who expectsto : Presidents of the State of Flori '
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He is
married and has
two
for the complete summer Community Church of FlaglerBeach. attend
either Florida State
Bunnell School honor roll for children.
; program. Classes are In Mrs. Elizabeth Hoff, Mrs.
University Jacksonville University
or
", session for the following activities the sixth 6-week period follows: Flossie Halnes Mrs. Ann Bat. planning to major In t ki

...., '. : 4A-Towruend: David Clegg.. ten; Baptist ,Church of Flagler, Education, ,*... ,. ., Race Tr ckFu"ds. .-
,. Arts ahd craft:; MoridayrandWednesday Barbara Cowart, Chuck Cowart, Beach;Mrs. Mae'ShlH;Mrs. Mar* Two hundred 10 la,.' to Jack l'To

1 8 A.M. to 2 P.M. Cheryl Kinney, Pat McCoy, Kim garet Aaron, Mrs. Anne Hall; David Abbott, Jr., who will at. Each CountyAt
Little theatre, Friday after. Methodist Church of Burmell, .
Pazynlak, Donna Steflik Tolbert tend Daytona Beach Junior College
t noon 2 o'cclock. I WImberly. Mrs. Bette McDaniel, Mrs. Pearl hotel Record
studying -manage. HighState
Civic Center activities, Tuesday Blakely, Mrs. Freda Deen; Bap. ment.
I and Thursday, 1 to 4 P. ),(. 4B--Mercer: : Christine Hlggln- tist Church of Bunnell. Mrs. One hundred fifty dollars to Comptroller Ray E. '
classes, Monday botham Johnson, William Green said
Academic Rosemary Katherine Ferryman. Mrs. Myra Cynhtla Anne Cobb who will last Wednesday that
.. through Friday, 8 A.M. to noon. Patrick Rita Pellicer, E- Wadsworth, Mrs. Mildred Lewis; attend Daytona Beach Junior checks for $8,500 were mailedto

, Swimming classes, Monday lalne Skolar Davey Solomon, Episcopal Church of Bunnell, College and study languages.One each otthe 67 counties as
8 A. M. to Jim Simmons Cherry Wads their share of the
l through Friday noon. Mrs. Edna Farnsworth Mrs. Bo hundred fifty dollars to June race
iii' Baseball \\Llttle League and worth Pam White, Dan Zlnv Manuel; Pentecostal HollneM Marie Ellen Fleurie, who will track tax fund distribution.
Pony League) Monday and Friday merle. Church of Bunnell, Mrs. Nina
attend Daytona Beach Junior Creer} reported that each county
'...... 5to8P.M. 5th-Morris: Nancy Creal, Mary Splvey, Mrs. Mae Llngold, Mrs. College and will study nursing. has received a total of $m,- )
Weightlifting Tuesday and Cook, Debbie Johnston. JoAnn Betty Frazer, Mrs. Alice IAn Announcement of the awards 500 thus far this fiscal year. j
Thursday, 8 to 9 P. M. gold; Mormon Church of Bun made Charles E. Oral This is increase
Dixon, Mike Manuel, Denise was by a $3250 over the I
Basketball Monday, Wednesday nell, Mrs. Norma Turner, Mrs. president of the Scholarship the
Tucker, Karen Clegg.6A Flagler same period during previous
and Friday 8 to 9 KM. Pansy Jones, Mrs. Irene Dur Foundation. fiscal year.WET j
Remedial reading Monday Tonkins: Minnie Deen ranee; I ;

through Friday 8 A. M. to noon Chip Johnston, Kay Perryman, St Stephens Catholic Church, MAY SALES TAXCOLLECTIONS WEATHER PUTS 1
and 1 to 3 3.f. Greg Robertson, Kirk Robertson, Mrs. Julia Stanlsh Mrs. Jerry I
, Elayne Tucker. Slovak, Mrs. Carol Jean Atkin. UP DAMPER ON PARTY I
I -Susan Branam son.. Sales tax collectIons In May '
rains last
Heavy afternoon
Tuesday
\ On Dean's List 6B-Manuel: Catherine Harris The Immediate' need was for based on April business, totaled forced callancelatlon of

Mary Susan Brannam, junior Lyna Knight, Janet Scott a large storage closet and the $23. 77,439.77, according Ed the hobo party at the beach
student at the Florida State Betty Steflik, Jay Townsend yf -chalrwomen. along with Straughn, director of the revenue which had been scheduled by
ai; University in Tallahassee, was Jameslne WImberly.7A Howard Taylor who had served commlsalon the Flagler Senior Citizens Club.
on the Deans list for the past -Cannon: Catherine Dun In an advisory capacity to the This Is an Increase of $3,254-: The group moved Indoors, meeting .

fir three trimesters.She can Jeanne Higginbotham. Lesa committee appeared' before the 136.21' over May a year' ago or for a box supper In the Municipal .
was also on the deans Knight, Elizabeth Matherly/ Board of County Commissioners HUT percent. The fiscal year Building Flagler Beach.

J"- list during her two years at Anne Meeklns, Barbara Wilson. who agreed to provide the space collections, July through May, Members and' guests spent the
the Daytona Beach Junior College 7B-Helm Janet Harris and construct the garment doe.et. total $239, $( .&12 or 1121 percent evening playing cards.
:' She plan to return to FSU 8A-Bradley: Gary Buckles over the $211,800,218 collected The next regular meeting of

in September for her senior year Glen Carle, Robert Cent Nancy The Committee Is most grateful during the same period last the club will be Tuesday evening .

She is majoring In Education. Hargett Mart Hugas. Hal King, to the Commission for their year. July 6, in the clubroom.
'' George Koczwanskl, Terry Raw. cooperation and support" The Total collections from the 5
r Mrs. Robertson line Brenda Townsend Carla closet is located on the second percent wholesale tax on sportIng The I.e. Mercers
Attends Class Tucker, Colleen Tucker Patty floor of the courthouse and citizens goods July through May,
lam. ReunionMr. Frenh. who wish to donate used reached $1.238,43, << for an Increase L.av. Today

I. and Mrs. Lloyd Robertson SB-Manuel: Cindy Durrance: clothing to the committee should of 55.16 percent above the For New York

r and children were In Baxley, Dan Dlood Trudy Jackson. contact the committee member $814,637 collected In the same L. B. ),Mercer representativefor
I Georgia during the past week 9A-Bayless: Tom Duncan, from their respective church. I period a year ago. Gulf Life Insurance Company
end. While there they attended Hetwett Dupont, Tony Parker, The committee or Its officers: I' Gasoline tax collections for Jn this area I 1.1 attending
I Mrs. Robertson's High School Sharon Salyerds. Jo Ann Wilson. with the assistance of certain May totaled Sl3,574.931.C8/ an Gulf Ut '. annual President's
. Class Reunion on Saturday eve 9B-Hardim Cliff Wethering-(I public servants will determine Increase of 8.28 percent over the Club Convention In New York
ning. They also visited with her ton Bill Flood. eligible recipients as occasionsrise. 112.53GJtO.M for 'May 1901. City this weekend. )(,. and Mrs.
father and stepmother, )(r. and 10th-Ford: Dale Abbott, Walton ,: It was noted that four Mercer left today for New York.

I Mrs. R. S. Williams Cowart Paul Dixon, : families In a single month had ler county, with the cooperationand }'I. S. NIehaus president of the
kS The dan of 1915 held a re Emery Arthur Ford, IC.tth'l the misfortune of having their advice of the Flagler County company, will honor the outstanding .
union and banquet on Saturday Green, Vicki King. Johnny : homes burned to the ground and Health Dept. and the county salesmen at a break-
I" evening with :50 of the 80 mms'l I Miller. I were left with only the clothing agent's office the project U oft on June IS.Approximately.
''\ bees of the dais present 11A-Bayless and Broadaway: they were wearing at the time to an excellent start due to the COO Cult Uf
Robertson and a former resident Margie Blakely. Betty Lynne I of the fire. Interest of the various church sales leaders and their wives

p: Mrs. Lora Bowers now of Baxley, Bourne, Sherry Hargett Marilyn The problem was called to members and the Board of Coun have been Invited to attend the
and Mrs. Betty Ketus Conner McNab Lewis Smlglelskl Bren[ the attention of the small advls-r ty Commissioners and the county conference. During their stay
k. Cawhon were members of the da Tucker.i1BEstes. cry committee by JIlL Ruby employees' who made the in New York the group will visit
Class and attended the reunion. : Kay Weaver. I Klpple. welfare worker for na,. > cabinet. the World's fair.

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dairy Industry during June .
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Predicted for JuneMilk Rose StockYour
June Dairy Month by calling

consumers' attention to the generous
and dairy products,
broiler-fryers, and: seasonal I I I supplies of milk and best rose buy is probably BROWN & BROWN INC.
: container plants
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fresh vegetables are the foods dairy products in the state.
that Florida homemakers will I According to USDA estimates, grafted on Fortunlana rootstock

find plentiful during June, reports I milk output this year may reach Research conducted by ornamental INSURANCEOUR
Mrs. Gladys Kendall, mar I a billion pounds above the record horticulturists with Flor

keting specialist, Florida Agricultural 126.6 billion pounds( pro I ida's Agricultural Experiment
Extension Service. duced in 1964. Production during Stations show that roses grafted PHONE NUMBER IS' :

The Florida. Cooperative Extension the first quarter of 1965 totaled I on Fortunlaiia stock and protected I \ .
Service and the U.S. Department an estimated, 31.3 billion from pests continue to 437-3394 i
of Agriculture's Con pounds, or about 109 million grow in size and productivity of I
sumer and Marketing Service pounds more than during the bloom for at least five years. "
same period a year earlier. Milk
supplies are expected to exceed i Tests also show that grafted .
commercial demands this year. plants perform better than those

QUj 3Jillglf {Qfrtbunr Mrs. Kendall said the Consumer grown on their own root sys I CRAIG FUNERAL HOME
and Market Service reports tems. In fact, it was found that
DUNNELL, FLORIDA
generous supplies of broiler- Fortuniana rootsock out performed I
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MRS. M B. FULLER. Editor fryers are in prospect during all others used in graftingthe
June. Marketing will be heavier test plants. ROBERT WORLEY. Associate
Delimitated newspaper tor mil
Legal Advertising. than last year when prices to Here's how good the plant is: AIRCONDITIONED OXYGEN
producers were near record low. Rose' plants with Fortunlana I LADY EQUIPPED
Entered ai second clasp matter Fresh tomatoes, celery, lettuce, roots produced more flowers I ATTENDANT I
February 9, 1911, at the post CHAPEL AMBULANCES
sweet others reached thelargest
office at Bunnell, Florida, under corn green beans field than any ,
Act of March 3. 1171 peas, and cucumbers are among size and developed less i
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Thursday, June 17. 1965 THE FLAGLER TRIBUNE, BUNNELL, FLORIDA AGE THREH ,

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damage may be undetected or paper Is not a new one. In the i nage rates per acre will be types of kenaf developed at the

Broiler-Fryer go Ignored. I past, it has been bred for its needed of cellulose or pulpable Everglades Station, have pro. ..I

ChickenFor Injury by chlorophenoxy herb I outer bark and bast fiber con. material.to compete successfullywith duced: more than 10 tons of dry

Popular icides can be characterized in tent. However, the paper industry I wood pulp.Apparently material for each acre planted. ;

several ways. Common symptoms uses the entire plant. ; this is the case. ,

Home UseThe include deformities of ex So now a new breeding program Yields Indicate that kenaf has .".. ... .. ". ,

broiler fryer chicken wasa panding and new leaves. In seems necessary if a new II the potential to produce five to

more popular item In U. S. some cases, stem root and fruit variety Is to be developed for eight times as much pulp mat. PETERSON TEXACO

deformities be noted. LosesIn use as a -pulp product. SERVICE ;
family meals in 1964 than It was can paper ter per acre as pine. I

in 1956, according to Julian S. yield or quality may occur According to Dr. G. B. Killing- Yam and fabric have already ROAD SERVICE I

Moore, extension poultryman,, on plants without visible symptoms I er, experiment stations agron-' been made from kenaf grown Light Mechanical Work

Florida Agricultural Extension or on plants which apparently mist several southeastern paper. at the Everglades station. Dur Phone 437-3441 BunnsUIW I II
recovered from I .
exposure pulp companies have taken
Service.A ing a winter meeting of the International
1964 study gives home. Dr. Orsenlgo said. samples of kenaf and show Interest I Kenaf Conference In I

makers' opinions about broiler What causes 24.D damage I In Its qualities as a substitute : Palm Beach attractive articlesof TUB CIRCUIT COURT OPKUAULKB

fryers and turkeys and their Physical drift of the spray as I for wood pulp in their clothing made from the plant CIIANCRItY COUNTY NO., tar FLORIDAIN _

preference for them. Certain an aerosol or mist from the I plants. and blended with synthetic fin ELIZABETH UROWN.Plaintiff.

findings were compared with spraying site to sensitive plantsIs Kenaf Is an annual plant and bers like dacron were displayed. HAROLD

those of a similar U.S. Department the immediate cause of In therefore needs to be planted Past experiments dealt with a CARL DROWN Defendant.8R.

madein jury. The specialist says fine each year. This brings up the NOTICE TO DRFKND
>< of Agrlcuture study breeding program to developa TUB STATE OP
1956. Both studies were particles of spray can drift for question of costs. Since annual nematode and disease resistant CARL HAROLD \\\W\ N:1lh.

made to provide data to help miles, particularly when appliedby planting is required, much more variety which would give a Neptune IT Rlvervlew City,Avenue Nw i

poultry Industries maintain or aircraft. He points out that expense Is involved In seedingthe high yield of bast fibers for suit You has are been hereby filed notified against ttat you In a 1

Improve current market positions the basic cause of herbicide Injury crop. yarn and fabric manufacture. the above entitled cau.> and you

Moore said. is usually traced to those The researcher says becauseof Everglades 41 and 71, two are wer hereby with the required Clerk to of lie this your Court an*

using it and the operating pro. this cost factor higher ton. I and to serve ft copy thereof upon ,
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cedures. I JS I whose name and address lit
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homemakers surveyed 1964 RAY 8KLDKNPelden

nearly two-thirds served broiler. I Building
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Daytona Reach. Florida,
fryers at least once a week. In I FOR EFFICIENT SERVICE COME TO not later than July e. A. D. IMS.
A Substitute For If you fall to do *o, decree pro
1956 only half the homemakers KNOX 66 SERVICE CENTEROn confveio will be entered against
interviewed served them this BUDDY you for the relief demanded in tho
Wood Pulp Kenaf bill of complaint. The nature of
frequently.The AlA & N. 4th St., Flagler Beach said suit being for dlvoreo.
WITNESS my hand and seal of
increasingly popularity of Florida may have a winner In aid Court this Ird day of Jun.,
the backyard cookout was Phone 439.9221 A. i). 1115.lOlnclal .
Its pocket with kenaf. ( Heal) B. A. 8MTTIIBClerk
pointed up in the 1964 study. The plant Is a new potential of said Circuit Court

Thirty-five percent of all homemakers paper-pulp product being grown: Goodyear Pre-Summer Tire Sale Ely Julia H. Harvey Deputy Clerk

who served broller fryers by researchers with Florida's luna 10.17-14 A July 1-410

In 1964 cooked some of them out. Agricultural Experiment Sta. i New Tires From $10 up Plus 'Tax IN ri.OlllltA Tilt! ,cutrtriT aNVKNTH rotrnr JUDICIAL or.

doors. Only 11 percent of the tions. nutuIT.: IN AND 11'01FI.AU-
homemakers cooked chicken I Licit ('(,UNTY. IN CHANCKHY
The Idea of using kenaf for NO. front
outdoors in 1956. In both years LOUIS ISAAC TIIOMAR
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of cooking. Other methodsof I !' S PEARL ELL.AR THOMAS Defendant. 1

preparation such as barbecuing .4' 4d NOTICE OK BIT IT I

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in popularity. 't _.\ '.. ..... tfJ .. -. .J" YOU AltO HBRKUY NOTIFIEDthat 1 I
Turkey also gained in use by 4 i Vl".! : t' ,. 'J. a cult h.. been tiled against
<* I'. ., 1 ;, .' I J r L., you by Louie liaao Thomas (whose .-
homemakers from 1956 to 1964. I" ..., ";d,' I, I attorney of record U Angus W.
But it Is .t1l1aerved Infrequent. ; I I, ., ,I",, ," Harriett of Palatka. Florida. ) In I
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l ly. :, are hereby required to serve upon
I. ,,,. Plaintiff attorney, whose name
I r. I and address appear hereon a copy
'4tI, of your written defenie*. together
:' with thing Hid defenses with the
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Use 2,4-D With Speaking of saving time Clerk of the Circuit Court of Flair
I.r County. Florida. If any, to th*
: lllll of Complaint In the .*ld cult,
Extreme CareWhen copy of which I* delivered to you
'. you can cut one more corner. herewith on on before the JJth
day of June. A. (). 151$. I
using 2,4-D herbicide Herein fall" not oree pro ...

be careful how you apply it. You can dial your own station-to-statioh confeeio you for the will relief be ent.r.d prayed against In the

Dr. J. R. UIII of Complaint.The .

horticulturist Orsenlgo with the associate Ever. Long Distance calls and always get low rates. a WITNKMH divorce.nature a my vlnculo of *hand ald matrlmonfl.and the seat for I'

glades Experiment Station Belle of said Court of Flaa-ler County.
Glade that Means Ktojlda. thl Hit day of May, A. D.!
poorly
reports controlled you can get in touch oftener.
application of this herbicide (MNAL) Cleric A. RMYTHH

reel along hazard with to many 2,4,5-T vegetable is a dl With all those faraway people you love May iv! IT TIIH A June ciiirniT of 1.10.17-4te the coritT circuit/ Court or


crops. KI.AIU.KIt I4H1NTY, FLORIDA
IN IIAIIKItr NO. MIT
The most common damage Is HAROLD WILLIAM DEAN. JR.Plaintiff..

visible. However apperance, .

quality and yield of vegetables Give it a whirl. .... LAURA IIBLL' DIe.AH. i I

also be affected. j Defendant.
The re .
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searcher says vegetables can Now. HTATW OF KLOIIIDA TOI
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also be contaminated with Illegal / D. No. ICooperitown 1 I
residues. Many plants of New York ,

urban areas ornamentals, home (What else that costs so little takes you so far so fast?) suit You has are been hareby filed notified against that you In ft i.

gardens, nurseries and trees are the above entitled eouaet and you
are hereby required an.
susceptable to these chlorophe- wer with the kt..rlhr.OO t,
and to aerv a copy thereof upon
noxy herbicides If the one applying
tho plaintiff or plaintiff* attorney
..' them Isn't careful. Who" name and add re a* UlIHIIA I
If W. AIJA".
Positive determination of dam. III llroadway
Daylona leach, Florida.
age Isn't a simple task since not later than June it. A. D. IMS.
If you fall. to do *o, decree
diseases Insects viruses, cul pro
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tural and climatic conditions you for tho relief demanded In the
bill of mplalnl. The nature of
and other pesticides ,
may cause aid suit being for d Ivor re.WITNKMt .
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." ,, plant responses similar to herb!. : rny r"tt and seal of
: ,, said Court thl* of May,
dde Injury. In tact Dr. Orsenl .
t MclI'.1t B. A. KMTTHMVf.y '
minor of
go says many cases H Cleric Df said Circuit Court
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the 0' of the City Clerk of tho IV TIIH tlHM'IT (niHT ..r
City of Iluanell. Florid. In the % ........i.rn KM:A TV, .04I1I1U4.
Clvl Center Building. until 4:It p. : 2 : l. llltVIKIIV .... MOA
m on th. Slat day of June A. (J. : ) MURRAY MANNINU.
jilt. for furaiahlnc material' and Plaintiff.
. for povlnatbo followingtreet
with aaphalt with minimum I MANN1NII
SIVA
thltknee. of OBO Inch: .. .
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from lino to An4.'.... f"'If'1'I TOEYELID
Foreyth from Moody Otvd to Ilooo Tit NTAl E IIY Yl4)ItliIA. TO:
Booo from Foruta to "'0.. EVA ANNINII
tno from Moody Itlvd. to Boo 4IT Van Jiueeum Avenue
Court from Pine to Moor IJarfleld. New Jereer.
Moor from Court to Moody Dlvtf. You are hereby noiiAd that a
lambert from N. State to PlooTho suit has been ftl." against you In
paving I. to Include lark the above entitled c....., and you
coat and cUaala of porttoa to are hereby required to fllo your *..
bo paved. Tbo *tre.t* listed abov aver with the Ork of this Court
total '..et'-.... block and will sad I* serve a copy thereof upon
require appro tlmal.ly ,*. ton for i In* plaintiff or plaintiff* attorney
ft compute job. All material tot whooo name an.I *4<(r.o* lei
b* equal to the minimum epodScft* VAMirCL V 1/tf4'll
lone required by the Mtalo Road 11* H Third Street
Department for material used la Palalka. Florid
ronetnKtlaar secondary road. Tho aot later then J ino 14. A. U. IKS.
hid I* to b* submitted ea a per If you fall to do .... "Hr. pro
compute Job. ,...f.._ will bo entered against
tOlo&:. .. $ r.u for the relief demanded In the
reeerv
tho rlcht to reject aor and all hid III of ........,.... The nature of
and to waiv* any laformalitVt in oM suit being for dlvoreo
\ bMdinr WITNESS my hand and seal of
WITNESS my hand and om..1 MM Court this I4lh day .f May
seal this 17. INS. Southern Bell! A. II. I"S.
M. U."s1t.ara-O @ Officiall/ | B. A. HMYTHR'
("I',. of .... ., rlorid.ANaac'G Clerk of old Circuit Court
.Serving Your Sly Julia It. Harvey

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t. PAGE-. TWO THE FLAGLER TRIBUNE, BUNNELL- FLORIDA Thursday June 17, 1965


I r Good Food Supply are cooperating with the American June I I Shows Best BuyIn Subscribe to The Flakier Tribune, $2.50 Yearly in Advance

dairy Industry during .
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Predicted for JuneMilk June Dairy Month by calling Rose StockYour

and dairy products, consumers' attention :to the gen-
broiler-fryers, and seasonal I erous supplies of milk and best rose buy is probably BROWN & BROWN INC.
container grown plants
: In the state.
fresh vegetables are the foods dairy products
to USDA estimates, grafted on Fortunlana rootstock
that Florida homemakers will According
find plentiful during June, reports milk output this year may reach Research conducted by ornamental INSURANCE
Mrs. Gladys Kendall, mar- a billion pounds above the record -I horticulturists with Flor-

keting specialist, Florida Agri-' 126.6 billion/ pounds( produced -I ida's Agricultural Experiment OUR PHONE NUMBER IS
cultural Extension Service. in 1964. Production dur- Stations show that roses graftedon
The Florida Cooperative Extension ing the first quarter of 1965 totaled Fortunlaria stock and pro- I ,
Service and the U.S. De- an estimated 31-3 billion tected from pests continue to 437-3394
partment of Agriculture's Con pounds, or about 109 million grow In size and productivity of
sumer and Marketing Service pounds more than during the bloom for at least five years. ..
same period a year earlier. Milk
I supplies are expected to exceed Tests also show that grafted

) commercial demands this year. plants perform better than those
m bf HUaglrr fflribunrDUNKELL Mrs. Kendall said the Consumer I grown on their own root sys CRAIG FUNERAL HOME

FLORIDA and Market Service reports tems. In fact, it was found that I
of broiler- Fortuniana rootsock out performed -
generous supplies
A. H. CRAIG, Funeral Director
MRS. U B. FULLER Editor fryers are in prospect during all others used in graftingthe
June. Marketing will be heavier test plants. ROBERT WORLEY. Associate

Designated Legal newspaper Advertising. for. all than last year when prices to Here's how good the plant is: AIR OXYGEN

producers were near record low. Rose plants with Fortunlana CONDITIONEDCHAPEL I LADY EQUIPPED
Entered as second clasp matter Fresh tomatoes, celery, lettuce, roots produced more flowers ATTENDANT I
office February at Bunnell.a. UH,Florida at the, under poet- sweet corn, green beans, field than, any others, reached the AMBULANCES
Act of March 2, 1871 peas, and cucumbers are among largest size and developed less
Phone ID 7-3532
the vegetables expected in good i stem dleback than plants with
Six Ono Montis year ---1 32.60. supply for use in June menus. other root systems. I 201 E. MOODY BLVD. BUNNELL. FLORIDA

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Thursday, June 17, 1965 THE FLAGLER TRIBUNE BUNNELL. FLORIDA FACE THREK '

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damage may be undetected oreo paper is not a new one. In the rage rates per acre will be types of kenaf developed at the I ,

Broiler-Fryer ignored. past, it has been bred for its needed of cellulose or pulpable Everglades Station, have produced ,

Injury by chlorophenoxy herbicides outer bark and bast fiber con material to compete successfullywith more than 10 tons of dry M ;

Po pulaaChicken: can be characterized in tent. However, the paper industry wood pulp.Apparently material for each acre planted.. i

several ways. Common symp. uses the entire plant.s this is the case.

For Home UseThe toms include deformities of ex. o now, a new breeding program Yields indicate that kenaf has ..... I" -- .... I

broiler.fryer chicken wasa panding and new leaves. In seems necessary if a new the potential to produce five to

more popular item In U. S. some cases, stem, root and fruit variety is to be developed for eight times as much pulp mat. PETERSON TEXACO
deformities can be noted. Losesin use as a pulp product. SERVICE
family meals In 1964 than It was paper. ter per acre as pine.

In 1956, according to Julian S. yield or quality may occur According to Dr. G. B. Killing Yarn and fabric have already ROAD SERVICE .1

Moore, extension poultryman,' on plants without visible symp. er, experiment stations, agron- been made from kenaf grown Light Mechanical Work

Florida Agricultural Extension toms or on plants' which appar. mist several southeastern paper. at the Everglades station. During Phono 4373441 BuxuwllI

Service.A ently recovered from exposure pulp companies have taken a winter meeting of the International ....

1964 study gives home Dr. Orsenlgo said. samples of kenaf and show interest Kenaf Conference in

makers' opinions about broiler What causes 24.D damage in its qualities as a sub Palm Beach attractive articlesof IY TUB CIRCUIT COURT or
their Physical drift of the spray as stitute for wood pulp in their PLAUL.KR (COUNTY VI.OKIUA.
and and
fryers turkeys clothing made from the plant lies -
Elrz.& AT'fEro\ : I
preference for them. Certain an aerosol or mist from the plants. and blended with synthetic fibers ,Plaintiff.
site to sensitive plantsis Kenaf is an annual plant and
findings were compared with spraying like dacron were displayed.Past IIAROt.D
the Immediate cause of inn therefore needs to be planted CARL DROWN 8R.
those of a similar U.S. Department experiments dealt with a Defendant.NOTirR .
of Agricuture study. made Jury. The. specialist says fine each year. This brings up the. breeding program to developa TO DKKKNU
TUB 8TATH OP FLOItlDA. TO:
in 1956. Both studies were particles of spray can drift for question of costs. Since annual nematode and disease resist CARL HAROLD UROWN.. 8R.

made to provide data to help miles, particularly when appliedby planting is required, much more ant variety which would give a Neptune 37 lUvervlew City,Avenue New i

poultry Industries maintain or aircraft. He points out that expense is Involved in seeding high yield of bast fibers for suit You ha are been hereby filed notified against that you In a

improve current market positions the basic cause of herbicide inJury the crop. yarn and fabric manufacture. the above entitled cauie and you
is usually traced to those The researcher says becauseof are hereby required to 01* your answer -
Moore said. 41 and 71 two
Everglades with the Clerk of this Court
using it and the operating pro. this cost factor, higher ton. and to serve a copy thereof upon w
In the representative sampleof I the plaintiff or plaintiffsattorny, '
homemakers surveyed in 1964, cedures. ..... ....., rvor. ,. J whose RAY n.m..n 8KLDRNKelden address I*;

nearly two-thirds served broiler. Building

fryers at least once a week. In A Substitute For I FOR EFFICIENT SERVICE COME TO not later Daytona than rh.. Florida A. D. ,''I.
homemakers If you fall to do 10, decree pro
1956, only half the BUDDY KNOX 66 SERVICE CENTEROn oonfreeo will be entered against
Interviewed served them this you for the relief demanded In the
Wood Pulp in'Kenaf bill of complaint. Th nature of
frequently.The aid suit being to ..
AlA & N. 4th St., Flagler Beach hand o
WITNESS and teat of
of my
increasingly popularity Florida may have a winner In Phone 439-9221 aid Court this Ird day of June,

the backyard cookout was its pocket with kenaf. A, D. 1115.tOrtlcial Neal. B. A. 8MTTHR

pointed up in the 1964 study. The plant is a new potential Clerk of laid Circuit Court

Thirty-five percent of all home- paper.pulp product being grown Goodyear Pre-Summer Tire Sale lly Julia R. Harvey Deputy Clerk

makers who served broiler-fryers by researchers with Florida's Jun. I0.1M It July 1-4to

in 1964 cooked some of them out. Agricultural Experiment Sta. New Tires From $10 Plus 'Tax 14 TIIR ClltririT COURT Or
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of the up "' OIU"". NUIRNTII JUDICIAL
doors. Only 11 percent tions. cincuiT. IN ANn ron ri.Ao-

f homemakers cooked chicken The idea of using kenaf for I.KII NO. SMT.('VNTY. IH tllANCKItr I

outdoors in 1956. In both years, LOUIS ISAAC THOMAS I'laintlff. :
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the most used meth. '
frying was C
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od of cooking. Other methodsof rL PEARL EW'It THOMAS.
1 Defendant. j,
preparation such as barbecuing .- ...- .. NOTirn OK SUIT '

roasting, and broiling increased i ;4.. ......... ... \ ...... ,' ... ,tit JI' I .",1dt \ Tint I'KAIIL' ELL OAR FLORIDA.TIIOMAH, TO:

in popularity. i'( Heeldenc and Address unknown
YOU
1".', AIIB HKHKlir NOTIFIEDthat :
Turkey also gained in use by 'Jt': ". I 9T 1'1 ,f I rr, : : : .- a cult has bn Sled against
,. "' homemakers from 1956 to 1964. .
.a If, I' \ attorney of record U Anru* W
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'J.: I > .. I."' Harriett of Palatka. Florida) In
But it is still served Infrequent. ,fH .." ,,.\\, ""i't the above entitled cause and you
ly. ; 1 are hereby required to serve upon
'( .. Plaintiffs' attorn whose
;.. I *? name
,. .( and address l
if .1 f appear hereon, a copy
.'. of tour written defenses, torether

Use 2,4-D With Speaking of saving time .. prk of the*. said Circuit defence Court* with of Flairli the- .
County, Florida If any, to the
1 lllll of Complaint In the said cult. i
Extreme Care copy of which I I. delivered to you
o you can cut one more corner, herewith on on before the II tn
dar of June. A. D. 1111.
When using 2,4.D herbicide, ./ Herein fall not or decree pro j
You dial station.to station confeaao will be entered against
be careful how you apply It. can your. own you for the relief prayed In the


horticulturist Dr. J. R. Orsenlgo with the associate Everglades Long Distance calls and always get low rates. a UIII The WITNKHH of nature..Complaint.*, my vlnculo of sold hand matrlmonTl.cult and being the Mai for f

Experiment Station, Belle of aid Court of flatter County.
Glade, reports that poorly con Means you can get in touch oftener. ri1ida. this iut day of May, A.. D. :

trolled application of this herbicide (HWAL) EUIL

rect along hazard with to many 2,4,5-T vegetablecrops. is a dl With all those faraway people you love. May It IT TMW Clerk* June Clitric.t 3.10.1-5t.the? t'ircultMCourt cni'iir( or


KI.AUI.Klt. UMINTV, riOIIIIIA
11 <'HA1: < Kltr P40. MIT
The most common damage is IfAKOIOl WILLIAM DKAN. JHI'lalntlff.

visible. However, apperance, ,
I,> Give it whirl. .. I
quality and yield of vegetables a LAURA OKtX DKAN,

also be affected. The ftofendant.
may researcher
'" NOTKM' TO IIKKKIU I
... says vegetables can : Now. ". TUB HTATM orj riA>ltllA., TOl

I rr also be contaminated with Illegal II. IiIAN1u1.m.L. UKA. I I ICoopoutown.

residues. Many plants of New York

'.. ', urban areas, ornamentals home (What else that costs so little takes you so far so fast?) suit TOil has are been hereby filed notified against that you In a

gardens nurseries and trees are the above entitled r uet and you
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+etllA are hereby required to tie your an*
susceptable to these chlorophe.noxy wr with the Clerk of this Court.
and to serve a ropy thereof upon
herbicides if the
one applying the plaintiff or attorney,
them isn't careful. whose name dIalntltrs |1.1 i
INIIAM W. AUAV1U
Positive determination of dam. ill llroadway/
isn't task since fiaytona beach Florida
age a simple not later il
than June A. U. IMS
diseases, insects, viruses, cut 4 t1o conreo If you fall IIt..do entered so. de re afalnityou pro

tural and climatic conditions ? for tho relief demanded fn the
and other pesticides' may cause tr a Y r bill of complaint. Th nature of
4 aid still belnr for dlvorr
plant responses similar to herbicide 31 ,p/ ri 4F WITNCNH of
said Court Ibis: r. t.eId cIo"lA.
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injury. In fact, Dr. Orsenl- A. 'I, 1511.Oinclal ''

go says many minor cases of H 44. ( sea!) B. A. IIMrTllit
; narli 01 sa/d, f'lre..lt Court
1 By Julia lt. Harve['J"k. -

ftV.qlr..T: FOIL HID May JT A Juno '.IO.fr-U.
$.I..t bide will bt received In ,
th* one of th. City Clerk of thelily IV TIIM 'lItI''rr COIHT 0"
of Ilunnell florid In th* ? .AUI.r.1t < 01:nrr, rtau//A
Clvl C.nt.r Building. until t:1t: f.m. M 4M4.('KIIV .... MM
.. on th. lift day of Jun A. Vtm. MUIIRAT MANNINU.
for furnlehtnrr matsriais and llalnllff
labor for paving the following
streets with asphalt with a mini. MANNIN'O.
mum thl lckn... of oo*> Inch: EVA
. ?'ins from Court to RldcewoodRldvewood ftf.ndant.T .
front lit** to Anderaon 1IIff.II'M 4' nrrr.-.i
Foriyth from Moody 01.... to liooolloo 'Jj' TII"J MTATM_ (Ili IN'aIIII'A, T01TM :
from Foriyta to Atone M :
mono from Moody III." to Doo U1 Van ltuseunn Avenue
Court from Pine to Moor i/arfield. New
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Moor from Court to Moody Bird.Irabrt :- are hereby that ft
from N. Hut to Pin. suit ha* .been flied against you In
Tb paving U to Include tack the above enlltUd e.....) and your
coat cUanln of portion to '<<'I' hereby required to lie an-
PO P :1 TbO *tr*.t* ll t4 above / see, with the clerk of br.o'0: '.
total tw..t,._ block and will and to serve a cop ikereef upon.
requir approtlmately M. ton fora U.. plaintiff or f'elaillt. .U.,..,.
compUto Job. All material I* to whose n..... .... 1'1 t
b4 equal to lbs minimum epeciacatloa fAMI'CL V. HOUII
r ,.qui,*.. by the mat Road li: N Third tit,",
l partmnt for material used In i'alaUa. riofll*
eon.trvttlnt secondary road Tbo not later than Juno 35 A. IJ. till.
bid I* to bo submitted on per If you fall to cIo 10" do.re. pro
ton buts for eoenpUt Job. C o ttt..*. will be entered against
Th City Commlaeionor r.*erv* ,[." If ,.. relief demanded fn lb.
aM all bid kill of complaint. TK
tbs right to reject any nature or
and to waive any Informant Inblddlnr sell .".. INlnlf fr dlvoree.

WITNESS. my hand and official ...WITNKJM.I SVI1 this mr haM J lib day. sfaMay
seal till A. D. I",. Southern Bell A. u
M. U.b"M': @ Official[ tool) a:. A. 5311711ierk /
City of Weasel.. 3 loridaATTEST ., said Clreul Court
..Serving You try Juliat Ifa", .,.
Nancy C JtoUtr Qty Clerk I k
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LIFE FLORIDA Thursday, June 17,
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Government's in fact, reimbursements of tax gories follows: Highway con amounted to $10 million; disaster Oil constitutes more than half
monies already paid into the I struction grants totaled $93 million payments related to hurricanes I the total tonnage, of all goods

I 'Returned' Dollars federal till by Floridians. I up 73 percent. Schools and $8 million; unemployment -I I transported by sea.

"Such essentials, as highways, education projects received $27 compensation, $8 million
Ours to Begin WithThe education, public health and i million for construction, maintenance and the National Guard, $7 mil I 'ii"I ,
I I operation and lunches,1 lion.
; aids to the unfortunate are cov I''t
CommunityMemorial
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federal government "re ered. Of last year's total, $241 up percentUnder "There are about 130 classifications 1
turned" $316 million to Florida 878,000 was paid to state and various programs related i of these grants-ln-ald Church

last year under the "grantsinaid" local govermental agencies, a 34 to public health hospital I programs and Florida participated r.t.r-M..tJe1

programs the Florida percent Increase over 1963. Payments construction and research, $22 in 108 of them. Not In- AIR CONDITIONED
State Chamber of Commerce re to individual Floridiansand million was paid in Florida, a
cluded In these tabulations\ are .
17 percent gain. Assistance to Daytona LvsFLAGLER
.ports. Cuban refugees totaled $73959,000. ,- federal government expendituresIn
the and the blind totaled !
about the same as during aged BEACH
'This sum was 25 percent the state for defense con- i
more than during the previous 1963. Of this latter amount, $57 million up 11 percent; to tracts, drainage projects Im- Sunday School 10:00 A.M.
refugees received $34 million, a dependent children, $20 million, Church Service 11:00 A.MIL .
year, compared with a 17 per- provements to rivers and harbors I
drop of 12 percent from 1963. virtually the same as in 1963.
cent Increase nationally. These ( I or the $700 million federal W. DICKERT, Putor

so-called grants-ln-ald programs "A breakdown of the $316 million I "Aids to agriculture and conservation 1. payroll paid to civilian and EVERYONE WELCOME
t are not grants at all. They are, total by principal cate Including research military personnel annually." I


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only right and proper that the i
Too Late Panamanian flag be flown in the :
area along with that of the
Quantity Rights
United States. WE GIVE METTS
To Classifyat Reserved
Another gripe of Pan-Amerl ***
BuiMll Ktnr cans is the supercilious attitudeof TOP' Prices Good I
Americans in the Canal
the privilege Thurs., Fri., Sat., !
I recently enjoyed Zone. The high wage scale that VALUE SUPER MARKET '
of touring Central America I creates disentlon and(,111 will & Mon.
of the
as a press representative
across the line. June 17,18,19,21
Pan-American Commission.Our STAMPS I
Panama Js a poor country with 1965
Phone 437-3201 103 S. Railroad St.
group made up of Flor- countless problems that we do
ida business leaders was designed not understand. The Canal Zone ,
to bring about better understanding has long been a thorn in the. Fla. Grade "A" HALVED, WHOLE, QUARTERED '
between ourselvesand Panamanian side and the American
our neighbors to the South,' ,families stationed there ,
and to acquaint ourselves with have heaped coals on the activities -
friendships their problems and understandingthat and develop that endanger the peace. FRYERS Ib29 1

would mutually It is quite possible that Communists -
prove
were largely responsible -
helpful. for the riots that occurred Flavor Aged (U.S. D. A. CHOICE) I
Our first stop was Panama there following the flag Incidentbut
City In Panama where we conferred it was brought on by our .
with chamber of com own stupidity and lack of restraint POT ROAST Ib 49 !
merce and government officials of our own representatives .
visited the American embassyand in the area.I .
gained first hand information understand thattme student
concerning the Latin viewpoint a leader of the action that Flavor Aged (U.S. D. A. CHOICE)
and our own. caused the disturbance was deported .
We recall the strained relations but others'remain and ROUND
a year ago when American we should see to It that Americans ROAST Ib 59
students caused a riot when employed in the Zone are BONEWorld's
they hauled down the Panamanian required to restrain their chll
flag at their high school. dren and conduct themselves
This was a striking example of properly. The self-important
the "Ugly American" and gave ugly American Is no credit to BeitGROUND First Cut
birth to anger and distrust thatit our nation anywhere on earth
will take a long time to over and the sooner we find It out I BEEF .lb. 89' PORK CHOPS Ib 49
come. the better off we will be. I :
We were entirely in the wrong i As long as we continue to
and Pan-Americans were justified provide Communists and radicals .
in their resentment Our with fuel for their flame I U. S. D. A. Choice Flavor Aged Steaks I
treatry agreement with Panama through failure to curb the of.
called for the flying of both the fensive activities of our representatives .
in foreign lands we RIB I lb. 89c T-BONE lb.
American and Panamanian flags - 99c
but smart aleck American students can expect trouble and deserve
disregarded this and created itFor CLUB - lb. 89c CHUCK lb. 59c
an International incident the most part Pan-Ameri
that should never have occurred.We cans respect and like Ameri SIRLOIN lb. FAMILY lb. 59c I
should remember that we cans. They have no quarrel withus II
only lease the Panama Canal but they have national pride i I
area from Panama. We do not and when it Is trampled on
own it and the land still be. even by smart aleck kids, It.can Folger's (Mountain Grown)
longs to Panama and it was cause Irreparable damage.
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BOARD OF REVIEW WOMAN'S CLUB
FOR TROOP 495 I i
The Flagler Woman's Club I II

Boy Scout Troop 495 held aBoard I met Wednesday morning at the
of Review with Asst. Dist. clubhouse. Mrs. R. K. Hlrs I PRICES GOOD THURS., FRI., SAT., QUANTITY RIGHTS

Com. Joe Scale, assisted by gave the devotional on "Prayer.. JUNE 17, 18, 19, 1965 RESERVED

Scoutmaster Les Waterman and Mrs. Edward Kruger was
Institutional Rep. Leonard John named membership chairmanand

son. plans for the July Fourth "IT'S COOKOUTALL TIME" ,

The troop, sponsored by the booth were discussed. The Ways

Methodist Lehr, committeeman Men's Club, ,C.had B. Hull Ray what and G. Heydt Means decision, will Chairman was notify made.,members Mrs. II. OUR STEAKS ARE CUT FROM U S D A

and Lyman Gage present. Pass.
Ing first class requirements was I President Emily Gage gave a
CHOICE GRADE BEEF NATURALLY AGED FOR
Mickey Sindelar; to second class talk on the advantages of using

were John, Andy and Danny parliamentary law procedure in
I, Waterman. Lee Bourne and David the meetings. ,She also thankedall TENDERNESS & FLAVOR

I, Johnson passed their cook who assisted in the recent

Ing merit also badge passed requirements.David his reading. Cancer The new Crusade.room addition and plans is CUT TO ORDER IF DESIRED

nearing completion
I merit badge work.
i The troop will leave Sundayfor I are to use. It at the July 14th u. s. D. A. CHOICE GRADE FLA. GRADE "A" FRYER
meeting.Mrs.
Boy Scout Camp Lanochefor Harold Massie was assisted SIRLOIN
week of camping. Boys $ 09 l350FINE
a in serving refreshmentsby i QUARTERS
planning to are Lee Bourne, Da. STEAK Ib
I Mrs. Frank Brede and Mrs.
vid Johnson, David Miller, Mick Jasper White. I FOR BAR-B-CMNG
ey Sindelar, Bruce Arnold, Scott
Wilder, Andy Waterman, Tommy U. S. D. A. CHOICE GRADE GRADE "A" TENDER
'Alen and Wayne Hutcheson. I BAPTIST CHURCH CHUCK BAKING 4-5 tb Avg. Wt.

They will be accompanied for I Sunday school 9:45.: Morning
the entire week by Scoutmaster worship at 11. Rev. Max Hall, STEAK 190 HENS tb 39

I Les Waterman. I I pastor. Training Union at 6:45:
I and eventng worship at 7:30.
,i CHOICE LOIN OR RIB THRIF-T
MYF ENJOYS BEACH SOCIAL I I
I COMMUNITY CHURCH LAMB SLICED BREAKFAST

! Youth The Fellowship Flagler Beach held Methodist a sand. I There will be a combination CHOPS tb $1 f9 BACON Ib 39''

I wick social on the beach last Rally Day and Father's Day i
I Sunday evening. service next Sunday at 10:30 A.
They held a regular meetingand M. It will be presented by the

program followed by games. Sunday School and will be followed MAXWELL HOUSE, FOLGERS, HERSHEY'S
I Several guests enjoyed the evening by'regular church serviceat
: with the group.DICKENSMOORE. I 11 o'clock at which time Rev, or CHASE & SANBORN S U GAR

I R. W. Dickert swill speak on
; "Early Conversion of Children."
C 0 F FE E '
; Cora Lee Moore and Raymond METHODIST CHURCH 5 Bag 39With $5.00
: Dickens were married in a quiet Order
j ceremony Friday, June 11, at Church school 9:45 A.M. and 1.
f the Brannam home, East Moody morning worship at, U o'clock, 59 Lb.
Blvd. Justice of the Peace Levi Rev. Reynold Hoover, minister.M. 5 Bag 29With

I Brannam officiated In the cere Y. F. at 7:30 P.M. each Sun-
mony. They are residing at day during the summer weeks. Limit 1 of your choice with $5.00 food Limit 1 with $5.00 or $10.00 food

I Flagler Beach. Rev. and Mrs. Hoover enter. order Order ,A. Stated Above

I talned Mrs. Hoover's high school
I church school class with a din
A Flagler Beach Marine Corps
ner last Tuesday evening. About 46 oz. DEL MONTE JOE CRAIN'S FLA.'GRADE "A"
I Captain received his Master's
degree during commencement 14 youths attended the dinner PINEAPPLEGRAPEFRUITDRINK MEDIUM

exercises at Canislus College, and enjoyed the games and 0

Buffalo, N. Y. June 7. singing. 3 for $1 EGGS 3doz.$100

Capt. A. S. Reynolds, Jr., as.
CARD OF THANKS
1 slstant officer in charge of the
I wish to thank the many KRAFT'S MIRACLE
Marine recruiting station in Buffalo *
21/a Can FOOD KING
friends and faithful customerswho
earned a Master/of Science continued to buy their WHOLEAPRICOTS WHIP
49-
I' Degree in Education. QT.
meats at the Flagler Food Store
Previously, he earned a Bachelor
I of Science degree in Educa during my absence, and especially 3 for 79' Limit 1 Please
I thank those who sent me
tion from Springfield College., the get well cards during my SIZE i/8 CAN CHICKEN OF THE SEA
Springfield, Mass., and a Bachelor
sickness.I LIGHT CHUNK
of Arts degre in political SciI 12 oz. NIBLET
] hope to be located in or near
I the of WHOLE KERNAL <
ence from University
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I Flagler Beach In the near fu TUNA 3 for$100
Maryland, College Park, Md. .
ture. Watch for aannouncementin S1QQ
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Education is very important to CORN 6 for
this
;,"; of the, modern Marine and Capt.. Ole paper.'Butch' Larry Hill. l FROZEN FOODS
Reynolds took every opportunity
to extend his education, workIng .
The United States Mint can
FRESH PRODUCE CHIC ENTERGARDEN
many off-duty hours earn. I
not change a coin's design for
ing his degree.Captain .
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25 without congressional 2'-35
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Reynolds Is the .
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has been in use since 1938 and
who reside at 202 Daytona I 10 oz. W1NTERGARDEN
be legally changed, but officials
Ave., Flagler Beach, They were I may STRAW.
'f.: present during the graduation say the Mint has been SWEET GUARANTEED
I too busy meeting coin shortages
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WITH A BRIDAL AT-A DINNER Ib 49C j 1
SHOWER THURSDAY MEETINGThe

Nancy Shields and Mary Susan I Pinette Club met last
Brannam entertained witha i week at the home of Pat Cowartfo
bridal shower on Tuesday ra dinner and business meet.- u. S. D. A. CHOICE BEEF SALE
night of last week at the Bran I Ing of the club. Following a
nam home honoring bride elect i short business meeting they enjoyed CHUCK ROAST Ih.
Faye Bass. a buffet dinner. 49
I Present were: Betty Hawkins
The bridal-theme was used in I Margie Kinney, Phyllis and Mol I
refreshments and decorations.I I ly Bertha, Joann Crews, Joan Round Bone
Umbrellas carrying out the. I Peavy, Betty White, Elissa Til- ROAST Ib. 59
theme was used as the refreshment I I I ton, and the hostess. ;
table centerpiece and also I
on the Shower Gift Table. The I I DEE DEE KRANTZ
honored guest was presentedwith CELEBRATES WITHA CHUCK STEAK Ib. 59
a corsage by the hostesses. BIRTHDAY PARTY
Games were features of entertainment .
and winners were Celia Dee Dee Krantz was honored
Joyce Emery and Elaine guest at a party June 6 at the
Deen. home of her parents, Mr. and Wilson's Certified (SLICED FREE) (6-8 Ib A.,,)
Mrs. Fred Krantz, North Bacher
Fifteen guests enjoyed the Street The affair was In celebration SMOKED *

evening and hostesses.with the honored guest iversary.She .of her 12th birthday an. PICNICS Ib. 39


I received a phonograph asa Lean Western .
from her .
gin parents.Her
birthday
Mr. and Mrs. Roy Bayless left I
Friday to attend summer school birthday cake was in the
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at Newman-Carson College In shape of a phonograph record PORK CHOPS Ib. 69
Dee
Jefferson City, Tenn. They are reading" "Happy Birthday
members of the. Bunnell High Dee.
School faculty.Mr. II The phonograph furnished mu. Saxet CUT 303 Can
.sic for the young group to dance. Joe Grain's Fresh Fla. Grade
:Twelve of the friends enjoyedthe SMALL "AnGREEN BEANS 8 $I
and Mrs. Sambo Tilton, party with Dee Dee. for
Mr. and Mrs. D. E. Wilkinsonand EGGS .
Mr. and Mrs. Cliff Sheffield JERRY TILTON
were in Atlanta, Georgia, the HONORED ON Columbus County No. 2/a Can
past weekend attending the Atlanta 3 Doa. $100
400 races. reading "Hippy Birthday Dee PEACHES 4 for $100
Jerry Tilton, son of Mr., and
Mrs. Sambo Tilton, was honoredat
Mr. and Mrs. Bruz Gordon a birthday party Friday at Aurora ((2 Roll Plel")
had as their guest last weekend the Tilton home in Bimini. The
their daughter, Mrs. Julia Pen occasion was celebrating his TOILET TISSUE fge FOLGER'S (All Grinds) :

darvis and young daughter, Marie sixth birthday anniversary.
of Lawty, Florida. Fifteen of his young friends Red & White EVAPORATED COFFEE

and playmates enjoyed the affair MILK 8 SI'l"
with him.
Guest of Mr. and Mrs. Richard 1 Tin S8e
is her sister, Cynthia
Yelvington .
Randy Morris, student at Western
Green, of Houston, Texas. Kentucky College, arrived Limit 1 with $5.00 or more food order

last weekend to spend the summer .
Miss Isobel Greene is visiting KRAFT
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vacation here with his parents
In Cocoa with her uncle and
Mr. and Mrs. Walter Mor.
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aunt and their family.Mr. rls. FROZEN FOODS _
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and Mrs. Donald Cope. Mrs. Bertie O'Brien visited Pet Ritz (8 Inch) STRAWBERRY

land N. Bacher St were in with realtlVes In Lakeland several Limit 1 with $5.00 or more food order BANANA .
Tampa Thursday through Mon. days last week. CHOCOLATE COCONUT
day, visiting with friends. I
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I Guests of Mr. and Mrs. James : for
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Guests of Mr and Mrs. Andy Craig Friday through Tuesdaywere FRESH PRODUCE _
several this
Yelvington days
Dr and Mrs. II. II. Bakerof Large Firm
week Mrs. Marvin Wood ,
were
Little Rock Ark. Mrs. BakerIs
and children. Kathy and Dick Mr. Craig's aunt. LETTUCECalif. 19C
of Lakeland. Mrs. Wood and E. F A B

Mrs. Yelvington were college Mrs. Murtlce Moody of Orlando RED

classmates.Mrs. spent the past weekend here PLUMS
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Daisy a patient SIZE
relatives. She was the houseguest
in the Halifax Hospital of Mrs. Jenny Black. Fresh Green
where she will undergo surgery. (NO LIMIT)
fb 7e
I Mr. and Mrs. Clarence Niesen ,
Mrs. Marietta Mlssinne Is a
have returned home after spend w5OII
patient in Bunnell General Hospital .ting four days In St. Petersburg
and underwent major visiting with their daughter Pat.
surgery Tuesday.Mr. I and her friend Joan itarris.11irs. 50 100 I I J Jwith

and Mrs. T. E. Holden are: L. L. Brannam and James '
visiting In Ellzabethton, Tenn" ,I coupon purchase. with coupon & purchase< >with coupon & purchase
with their son in law and Alan Brannam visited several of ((1) 7t/s oz. JarR&W< of ((1) Qt. TNT (with < )of (1)) Sara Lee Frozen
last week In Lake Worth
daughter, Mr. and Mrs. E. L.I I with days relatives.Mrs. No. 12 OLIVES /sprayer) INSECT KILLER{ ) CAKE @ 79c Each
Void ) I
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Mrs; Jim Krantz has returnedto to spend a week with w
her home after undergoing her mother Mrs. Marie Nallller
surgery' at the Bunnell General She is now visiting Massachusetts .
Hospital. Spending the past and will spend three daysIn
several days here with her wen Albany, JC. Y. at the General
her parents, )It. and Mrs. J. II Electric plant before returning '
Slmmerman and daughter,Janet to her home. She is employed //1/ FOOD ROOGERS
of Orlando. Janet will remain by the Barge and Warren Company STORE
for a longer visit In Calofornia.RIJMEW I/

The Capital Skating Rink at

Korona has opened after being YOUR
four months for repairs.
closed Phone 437-3227
DWUl'S LICENSE
The tent was torn In the! spring OPEN SUNDAYS
U.5. No. 1 BUNNELL
wRIXC YOUR
windstorms' and had to be sent fliOO -l:00 p.m.

to Tampa to be ,stitched B'tJH MONTH Quantity RigbU Reserved PRICES GOOD JUNE 17, 18, 19, 20, 1965
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and Constitution of the United a gathering place of the Second istered and maintained as a Na IN TUB CIRCUIT COURT SEVENTH -
IndependenceHall States. Continental tional JUDICIAL CIRCUIT OF
Congress. Historical Park. FLORIDA IN AND FOR FLAGLEIL
Often described as the most COUNTY. IN CHAMCEHY
: To When the British held Philadelphia DOSS
Regain NO.
In
Important historic chamber 11 JANE B. BUCKMAN,
during the fighting the
the United States the Assembly Plaintiff.
,
Look of 1776 building was a jail for American RENEW YOUR -v.-
Room has been more thoroughly JAMES WILLIAMBUCKMAV. JR.
researched than any room In prisoners. For many years j DRIVER'S LICENSE ....L. Defendant.NOTICE .
Thomas Jefferson liked to say after the revolution scant at- WRING YOUR '

that the Declaration of Independence America. tention IndependenceHall '' IN THE NAME OF THE STATE' .
was paid
BIRTH
MONTHHASTINGS :
owed Its swift passage t First the room was strippedto national treasure. It < YXNfltfWll1Il3 mJCKMAN. JR.. .
as a
Its brickwork. All vestiges of Rural Route No. 1, Box 226 Cape
Continental Congress
by the served for 23 years as an art GIrardeau. Missouri
Inaccurate restorations and al. required I to answer
horseflies. You are hereby
to I
terations were removed. and natural history museum, MATTRESS the Complaint for Annulment
featuring such bizarre exhibits filed herein against you In the
Fortunately the livery stablesof Exposure of the brick walls & UPHOLSTRY WORKS above entitled cause by filing your
I as the trigger finger of a murderer Answer with the Clerk of the Circuit
colonial Philadelphia no: revealed that a painter, work and stuffed 710-12 Lemon St. Court. Bunnell. Florida on or
a five-legged before July 9, 1965. and serving a
longer stand near Independence
ing twp centuries ago, spilled Palatka Florida
cow nursing a two-headed calf. true copy of laid VDu
Hall, but In most other respects Just enough paint over the Phone EA 5-9166 Plaintiffs attorney J.: DeLOACH. -
of the The Hall area once was nearly SOI Bank of New SmyrnaBuilding.
the historic birthplace edges of the original panelingto auctioned off for building lots. Furnltii-\ Upholstering i New Smyrna Beach Florida. -
United States will soon look as Repaired & Refinished .
leave outline of the wood' fall'
an not lest Decree Pro
Herein a
On another occasion the build-
It ,did that hot, first Fourth of work. Mattresses & Box Springs Confesao be entered against you.
July In 1776, the National Geographic Ing was condemned as being In Made to Order.Also Renovated "The Flagler Tribune" In hereby

Society says. Old maintenance records danger of collapse, and It has Call Laura Mortis 437.3233 i which designated this Notice as the shall newspaper be published In

showed a payment for taking suffered the Indignity of the After 6:00 P. M. once a week 'for four (4) con-

The National Park Service, down and resetting marble man- epithet: "firetrap." PRICES REASONABLE. secutvle WITNESS weeks.my hand and official

after a decade of research tels. It was the first proof that BUDGET PLAN IF NEEDED. seal at Bunnell. Flagler County

through four million documents, mantels of any sort had deco. Today, still owned by the cityof Just as near as your Florida 1965 this Ira day of June A. D.

rated the Assembly Room. Philadelphia, IndependenceHall Phone or Post Office (Seal 1) E. A. SMYTHE
Is I
letters, and Illustrations, restoring Drop Us A Card or Call Clerk of Circuit Court
Independence Hall as Every nail hole on the brick with other buildings In Free Pick-up & Delivery By Julia U. Harvey ClerkJ.
wall has been measured mor- Independence Square Is admin Deputy
well as some historic buildingsIn I BOYD DeLOACH
tar compared, and carrying details -- -- 302 Bank of New Sm ldlr.
an area encompassing more New Smyrna Beach Florida I
than six city 'blocks. The entire analyzed. Chemists remov- Attorney for Plaintiff.

project could take 20 years. ed some 40 to 60 coats of painton 24 HourWrecker June 10-17-24 &_July 1-._4tcIN -

the room's walls to deter TUB COUNTY JUDCiR COURT
I "Our approach Is that time Is Service IV ANn FOR FLAC.LKR COUN.
mine the exact color and type TV, FLORIDA. IV rilODATK.
not the Important thing-accuracy originally used. CASE NO. 790
In He: Estate of
Is Melford O. Anderson
,
ARLIDOE E. 8IIAMBLEN.
superintendent of Independence' Served as Colonial Capitol Flagler. Truck & Tractor Co. NOTICE Deceased.

National Historical Park, has Independence Hall Itself' has TO ALL PERSONS HAVING ANY
CLAIMS OR DEMANDS AGAINST
said. been altered or restored Inac- MASSEY-FERGUSON THE ESTATE OF: A It LI DOE E.

Nation's Most Historic Roqm curately 14 times since It was Grove Farm Industrial I Equipment SHAMBLEN.You and each Deceased.of you are hereby

Restoration began several first used in 1735 for the Penn notified that an Order DeclaringAdministration
VIRGIL DECKER Phone ID 7-3242 of the Estate of
months ago In the Assembly sylvania General Assembly. It AllLJDOE E. SHAMBLEN. Deceased

Room, scene of the adoption of served as a colonial capitol until Owner Bunnell, Florida aa unnecessary has been
entered by the Honorable T. K.
the Declaration of Independence the Revolution, when It was McKnlght. Judge of the County
Judge' Court Flagler County
Florida.
Kindly govern yourself accord
ingly.
First publication. June 10 IMS.
K. MCKNIGHT, 'county judge
Ju1:. 10.17-14 A July 1-4tc

IN TilE CIRCUIT COI'RT OF
FUAOLKR COI7NTT. FLORIDAIN
CHANCERY NO. DOTS
LOUIS CATANEO.

"'.. Plaintiff.
Wise MARY CATANEO, -
Shoppers
1 ,' Defendant.
NOTICE TO DEFEND]
,, THE STATE OF FLORIDA. TO:
MARY CATANEO
727 Manhattan Avenue

Turn to the You Brooklyn.are hereby New notified York. that a
suit has been filed against you In
c I the above entitled cause; and you
are hereby required to file your answer
with the Clerk of this Court
and to serve a copy thereof upon
the plaintiff or plaintiffs attorney,
FLAGLER TRIBUNE whose name ana address Is:
SAMUEL V. HOLCH
110 North Third Street
Palatka. Florida
not later than July9, A. I). 1965.
If you fall to do so. decree pro .
confeaso will be entered against
t Want Ads you for the relief demanded In the
bill of complaint. The nature of
said suit being for divorce.
WITNESS my hand and seal of
said Court this, 4th day of JuneA.
D. 1945.Official .
( Heal) E. A. SMYTHS
First Clerk of said Circuit Court
!
By Julia R. Harvey Deputy Clerk '

June 10-17-14 A July 1-4tc

NOTICE or INTENTION TO
..ha.dVqi HKGISTRR FICTITIOUS NAME
In compliance with House Bill
117S. Chapter 209SI. Laws of Florida -
Acts of 1941. as amended, the
undersigned will register with the
r Clerk of the Circuit 'ourt In and
for Flagler County. Florida upon
receipt of proof of publication of
this notice the following fictitiousname
:
Wise Sellers Turn To Our Bunnell Sod K rm. located at
Highway No. It. Highway No. 100.
Bunnell. Florida under which we
Classified Ads, Tool will engage In the business of selling
sod. and that the undersigned
are the only persons Interested In
Wise people who have something to said business .
Dated
at Bunnell. Florida' this
Ith day of 194S.
I sell know that when wise people-want KARL KNABS.D.
VILOICE B. RAULERSON
\ Juno lt-17-14 July 1-4tp
to buy, they check our Classified Ads

No matter what it is you want to buy a 1908 VOTICR or ivrr.vTiov TO
first-so wise sellers just naturally turn RICUHTKR riCTITIOl NAME
No. 117$.
Chapter
2041. Lawsof
auto 1962 automatic appliance you'll probably Florida.
or a Acts of 1941.
to The Flagler Tribune and place their as amended" the undersigned will

find it faster if you check our Classified Ads first. In the ac..lrkfr the Circuit
"For Sale" ads here I Besides, our Classified !- County..Court Florida Flagler
upon receipt of
And what's more, items sold through the Classified Ads proof of publication of this notice
Ads cost so very little for such very the following fictitious name

... nearly always mean bigger savings. The easy wy to FTagler Munch Beach.anLunch Florida, under located which at
results
fast !
I will engage In the business of

shop ? You bet as easy as sitting in your armchair and Restaurant the vndeeldgned on Booth Is the AlA only and that per

talking on the telephone. Be wise shop our Classified son Dated Interested at Bunnell.In said Florida business this
4 '" 4th day of June. A. D 194$.
Mrs. Ruth Brandt. P.O. Box Itl
Ads this very day l Flagler IWath. Florida.

z June U-1T-24. A July 1-4teIV

. TIIK COLT ry Jt.IMifr* COCRT.
IV AND FOR FLAOLKH COIN.
t.t yr. FLORIDA. n rHOoATILIN
For Fasf Results CASE NO.
b Its: Estate of


r -i READ and USEHEWANTADS The Flagler Tribune MeAn.1t JOHN TO ALL 1C on PER.MCLBOV.NOTICE DEWANI.' ()N HAVING Deceased.s AGAINST ANT


' so.TilE,,. ESTATE Dec.ue4.or: JOHN n. N'ELI

a You and MC'h'.t
yen aN
'. hereby
notified that an order declaring administration -

[: > TO PLACE ADS, PHONE_ ID 7-3282 sarr XL Mcum has ten. of Deceased e the.Urid.tato. by as the cf unnec JOliN 110tI-s*

: ,
oral l T. K. Md'lIHIT. Judge .f
the !bunt' Judge's Court, Plaster
11111 1 Conr.rdUgly .
y govern yourself aeeort-

r, T. K. MCKNIGHT

Dated June Ird.9 jay 8dp.
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Thursday, June 17, THE FLAGLER TRIBUNE, BUNNELL, FLORIDA PAGE NINB
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Beef Grades quirements of young cattle. fat thickness over the ribeye' -................................................................................ -
Under those revised standards, size of ribeye, quantity of internal
Revision MadeRevised marbling requirements have fat, and carcass weight. FOR ALL HOURS-DAY OR NIGHT
been reduced almost one full 'f-
The cutability Grade 1 classification !-
u.s. Dept of Agriculture degree from "Moderate" to will I AMBULANCE \
identify carcasses
beef grading standards "Modest" for carcasses from the PHONE VAlley 4 1625
yielding highest
percentageof
have Just gone into effect, according animals about 28.30 months old. SERVICE
to Dr. Robert L Reddish, Smaller reductions have been boneless, closely trimmed ST AUGUSTINE. FLORIDA
steak and roast Number 5 will
meats specialist, Florida Agricultural made for carcasses from young.
identify those having the low. Never be hesitant about calling a Garcia Ambulance W.
er cattle.
Extension Service.
est percentage. I S are always at your s.r.ie.witb promptness safety andexperience.
The new standards will not The new cutability standards, .
change the Prime, Choice and which are Included in the' re These cutability standards, if j .

Standard classifications, but vised standards, are available employed on a wide scale in the I Equipped With Oxygen Resusitator and Inhalator
will reduce marbling requirements -' on an optional basis for the first industry, can contribute significantly
for beef in those grades, I time. Packers are not compelledto to Improving meatiness Garcia Funeral] HomeP.
depending on grade and degreeof use the system. of beef cattle and provide the
maturity, Reddish said. The Cutability standards establishfive retail outlet with the type of E. GARCIA, Licensed Funeral Director

marbling reduction angle will classifications, ranging beef consumers prefer, Reddish LADY ASSISTANTWfWWWWMM

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busting out all overt) First symptom Is a happy shiver
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when you sight a '65 from Ford. Take the wheel and

your pulse goes wild. Try Ford's ride and you get a
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wonderful f loat-away feeling. you're adrift on Cloud

'65. You've got Ford fever. So'see.your Ford Dealer.

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lit .4ida 1 ornamental twigs an interesting when removed from the plant to two Inches deep and spaceso your vacation this summer If

Qa Jaellllitg hobby. Another don't-don't place cut the leaves overlap about one. you drive a car with well-Inflat

'(By Bum Sharp) Uses for cuttings are many. tings in any propagating medium third. IFrm and water; ed tires and carry a minimumload

I Those with a bare lot can Justify until 15 minutes after they says the Peninsula Motor

Propogation by tip cuttings Is the project on the need for a have been made. I. Transplant and space cuttings Club, AAA.

Ideal for those with more time hedge to hide their activities after roots one Inch long or more

than money. from the neighborhood. I I Make cuttings from mour to have developed. Be sure to get
six Inches long-preferably with I them out of the porpagatlon bed ,

Even homeowners without a Allowing nature to grow rootson the cut made Just below the before they are hard looking j O. F. AL1'ORDR. :

money.hungry mortgage will tips of plants requires the node-and leave as many.leaves and yellow. Be sure to mulch ; cS

find the art of growing roots on simplest of facilities. This as possible on the cuttings. after transplanting. Real ''Estate 'Broker

IN THR CIRCUIT COURT Of ranges from a plastic bag containing Stick them In the propagating I I
FLAULKR COUNTY, FLORIDA handful of "BonneXL FloridaoLana
a damp
IN CIIANCRHY NO. S02T medium only one and one-half I You can get more mileage on
NICHOLAS AOOOLI1lalntlff. sphagnum moss to a castoff I -

v.. wooden box containing a two-

MAVIS AOOOLIA, Defendant. Inch layer of gravel topped off '

NOTICE TO DN FEND with a four.Inch layer of sandor &a
THE STATE OF FLORIDA. TO: / / : :
mixture of and sand.
MAVIS AOOOLIA a peat q' .' ':
806 Henderion Avenue .
Staten Island New York. confidence In the \
To gain'

ult You hM are been hereby filed notlfled against. that you In a rooting technique, try using .a .v... L.-:.:.._.. Of &,lnJ/ -.. '" '''.'F' '. ,

the above entitled cause; and you 5-quart oil can. It will makea y'L'
file -
are hereby required to your answer ,
with the Clerk of this Court dependable propagating unit. d "
and to serve a copy thereof upon :
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the plaintiff or plaintiff attorney.whose i l6 or oVa t '
name and address Is: Remove the top and wash out ", : ? '
RAY 8EL.DEN ,, ,. .
Selden Building any oil, residue. Punch a ringof ,.

Dayton thi Florida, 6 or 8 holes in the side half.
not later than T, A. D. 1965. .
If you fall to do so. decree pro way between the top and hot Remember 9atker' .backune2Oik \
confesso will be entered against tom. Fill the with .
you for the relief demanded In the can pea
bill of complaint. The nature of gravel to within half an Incho
said suit being for divorce.
WITNESS my hand and the seal fthe holes. Cover the gravel .
of. IX said 1965.OtnclCle Court. this 15th day of JuneA. with a 1-lnch layer of sphagnum Cool Sport Shirts .tvfen's Neckwear

( Seal) said A. Court moss and then fill the remainder -

By Julia of H. Harvey Circuit of the can with sand. TRICOLENE 100% Polyester tricot in A selection of solids and stripes by

June 17-21 & July 1-8 Deputy-4 tc* Clerk You now have a propogating short sleeves, two pocket styles that such names as ARCO, ROSANO and
unit with Its own water reservoir travelers' and vacationer's
IN THR CIRCUIT COURT, !SEVKNT1I are. pride SMOOTHIEeJOO to $150
JUDICIAL CIRCUIT. IN according to Dr. E. W. Mc-
AND FOR FLAOLKIl COUNTY, Elwee, ornamental horticulturistwith and joy.. White, bue, tan or,light $95 .& 6f .
FLORIDA IN CIIANCERY. CASH
NO. 11073 the Agricultural Experiment green, solid colors., Asst. sizes
SHERRY C. BRITT
Plaintiff Stations.

WILLIAM FRANKLIN-".- BRITT. He explains that the water below .

Defendant. the side holes In the can
NOTICE TO AITKAR
THE STATE OF FLORIDA TO moves up from the bottom of t "

WILLIAM Mrs. Lonnle FRANKLIN Brltt BRITTco the, can by capillary action, I Men's Hosiery

1835 Shipyard: Blvd. keeping the sand and the rootIng i %
Wilmington North Carolina I00 Dacron Shirts
You are hereby notlfled that a cuttings moist Under normal
A large selection of men's hosiery by
suit for divorce has been filed conditions this
simple unit
against and you you In are the hereby above requiredto entitledcau.e will need watering about every More luxury-look "king of the washINTERWOVEN, the $'fOO&'f50greatest :

whose serve name upon and Plaintiff's address Attorney appear two weeks.A wear world." Short sleeved $595 name in socks I

any hereon.to your the Bill written of Complaint defense insaid If 5-quart can will hold up styles in blue, white or maizeMen's

I suit, on or before the 19th to a score of cuttings.To .
day of July. 1965 else decree pro I
confesso will be entered against Insure success with the

70U.WITNESS my hand and seal of first batch of cuttings, try your
aid Court this 16th day of June, luck with coleus or chrysanthemums. I
A. D. 1965.
(SEAL) E. A. 8MYTHB These plants are a neophyte's Please Father With Gifts
Clerk of said Court friend. I
By Julia! Ik Harvey, They will root Dacron & CottonWalk
Deputy Clerk even with over-coddling. .
W. L. Wadsworth
Hickok
I>. O. Box S96Bunnell. If you want to get into the By
Shorts
: Florida mass of I
Attorney for Plaintiff production cuttings,
I June 17..24& July 1-S-4tcRKQURVT then beg a wooden box from the Wash 'n' wear Tailored like fine trous- BELTS, BILLFORLDS, AFTER SHOW

FOR DID hardware store. If there Is a ers : Bermuda length, belt-loop style in ER COLOGNE AND AFTER SHAVE
.
Notice is hereby given that the choice, select box
1 I Hoard Flagler of County County Florldah Commissioner will receive of- 12 inches. a about 36x36 stripes, solids and checks. Asst. /fl99 LOTION MARK II

sealed bids 6th day colors. Waists 28 to 42
of July 1965, at the hour of t.OO: Next, nail four legs to the box .-
A. M. In the office of the Clerk of so that it will become waist-
a
the Circuit Court In the Flakier
County Courthouse, Bunnell. Florida high, no-stoop unit 3-feet square
for the following:
Approximately 21.000 gallons of and a foot deep. Place the unit

Gasoline Approximately, regular If,000 grade gallons, in bulk.Die- In semi-shade and fill with a HandkerchiefsReady

Ml Fuel No. 2. In bulk. few Inches of gravel topped with Free Gift Wrapping
r Approximately 600 gallons Diesel fold. Gift Boxed. 3 to box.
about $1.98
Motor Oil (MSDO.DMn 5 gallon 4-inchcs of damp sand or
cans. '
peat.
Approximately 200 gallons Motor
Oil 8AE SO (MSDO) In 1 quart Next, buy a mist head that
tins.
Approximately ISO gallons Motor can be attached to a water hose.
Oil. 8AE 10 Non-Detergent In 5 gallon Set this constant watering device
cans.
Approximately, 900 gallons Kerosene In the center' of the pro-
In bulk.Approximately. KRANTZ MOTORS
600 pounds Chassis pagatlng box and you are ready '
Lube, multi-purpose, In 25-35 for rooting cuttings.
lb. palls.Approximately.
1,600 pounds Gear There are scores of plants ,
Lube, multi-purpose. In drum of
about 100 Ibs., or equavllent of all that will root by cuttings. These

of the above specifications ; Include azazeas, holly, hlblcus, .
Above quantities are estimated I
4o represent requirements for one cuphea, crotons and crape
0(1) year. Bids, therefore, must : myrtle. BODY SHOP
rover a period of one year from
the date of acceptance, and must I The best time to make cuttings
'be submitted on prescribed bid
forms These form nay be obtained Is In early morningthisIs
at the Clerk's otnce on re- the
time
quest.Envelopes. when the largest .
must be sealed and amount of water is In the plant.
.. plainly marked "Bids on Gasoline.The ..
ett'" Keep the moisture In the cuttings WRECKS REBUILT ;
Board reserves the right to .
and all bids : by placing them on a
rei te3nt nl1. Florida, this i moist paper or cloth when removed f
.
'itth day of June 1965OEO.
E. WICKL1NE.:. Chairman I from the plant.

ATTEST Honrd: of County Commissioner I Do not stick the ends of the

l:. A. 8MYTHE. Clerk. I cuttings directly Into water
June 1'-%.-2tO
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Thursday, June 17, 1965 THE FLAGLER TRIBUNE BUNNELL, FLORIDA PAGE .ELEVEN
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Grapes Will Books Are My DishBy '.


Grow in FloridaGrapes Dorothy Homcms This family enjoys ,'".
The old gods 'are still Immor
in Florida? Of course. I :
tal. Witness the names of the
Two varities-Lake Emeraldand perfect indoor comfort ;
"Gem-
1 space ships In the news: ;I

Blue for Lake-have adaptability been to developed a Inl and," Greek Pollux;for also the the twins name; Castor of every day in the year thanks to *', {:r'


warm lived ,and humid productive climate, are(In lone most the a planet United and States, horoscope-wise Is Gemini. An, safer cleaner cheaper f flameless .

to -! ;
areas of the state, according
L. H. Stover, assistant in horticulture ,I English called space"Trident"ship going Neptune placesIs reverse-cycle electric air-conditioning
with the state's agricultural
God of the Sea, had a trident
experiment'' stations' wa-
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fora scepter.At
termelon and grape Investiga the Flagler Woman's Club : i COOLS in summer. WARMS in winter. i
tions laboratory at Leesburg.
Library I opened a book on So YEAR.ROUND-RIGAT for Florida homes.What #>
But the two varities are mainly "Myths at Random" and witha
home garden grapes and not startled thrill read the words
recommended for planting for three times around Z
"Perseus flew ,
the table grape market. the world," and learned that .i: '
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The question often arises Zeus, or Jove or Jupiter or Thor, f y\
whether California grapes suchas I I I thought Perseus "the greatest
Thompson Seedless, Emperor s 3 t
hero of his time. y.
and Ribler can do well in Flor- 1 The Greeks always had a

ida on rootsock like Lake Eme word for It. They would have
raId. Stover reports that these delighted In White's space stroll.
grapes are not suited to this Myths of the Greeks and Ro-
area and cannot be made so
mans is a brilliant, fascinating
even with the use of a well- bock by Michael Grant. A paperback .

adapted rootsock. to be 'proud of.
Usually the well known north --
ern grape varieties like Concord, growers from ai<-"j:3>,the state
Niagara and Fredonla will not were told that grape specalallsts
live and produce in the state at this lab were presently seek
when grafted either.The specialist Ing a dessert and Juice type
says some rarities "have grape, and a seedless variety. _i
been grown for a few years witha If you plan to grow grapes of
great amount of care, but your own, here's some tips borne
basically are not adapted to the out by test plots at the research -
fttate. laboratory:
Currently the Investigationslab The simplest and least expensive ?'
about family
has an active breeding program trellis for grapes in Floridais your
from which new Improved one No. 9 or 10 wire placedon

varities should be developed the top or side of treated Why "simmer" the summer (or shiver in the winter)? Prices of
from time to time. posts. The wire should be about MM
flameless 1 electric 1 air-conditioning are 'way down. And reversecost
: or
field off the Stover
During a recent day, five feet ground.
little that the winter heating feature is practically immUMI
I says to space posts so there are cycle costs so *'
'three or four plants between a free bonus. One compact unit saves space and the extra cost of '

them and "brace the end posts Beat the heat Now
CLASSIFIEDADS separate cooling and: heating systems. now PRICI.O'
to carry the heavy trellis load.
with Sunshine Service electricity a bigger bargain than ever, it's pit,co.

SHARKS LIKE EELS so easy to epJoy the comfort and convenience of year-round. airLECTCICITY
DOWN
The shark is a famous swim. d' contractor electricappliat
conditioning.i See: your 'll-con ltlonang or 11 1"
listings UDder this beading are mer, but a lot more like the eel dealer today. .
:3 cents a word each insertion. than one might think In the re
73 cents is the minimum charge way he moves. Observers note

WANTED-Acreage and lot list- that as the shark swings his r4Tfl
Ings in Flagler County. Sun head from side to side, muscular I iS .

State Realty, Charles Trad, as waves pass along his frame, t' '. .1M...MfItI......a la,n IMW.r w.
IOdate, 745 Main Street Daytona ending in the sweep of the long' ,t .,
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Beach. Ph. 255-5242, res! tall. Sharks' bodies are flexible .
dence 2551791. and bend with the movements I :i
of their muscles. FLORIDA POWER & LIGHT/ COMPANY Helping Build Florida :'
FOR SALE-Haw Creek Service .
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station. Good paying business 0'" ,
for persons willing to work. e

May 27.4tp

NXMROD Camping Trailers for This chart will mind

nell.Sale. Moody's Pharmacy May, 13-tf Bun change your ., /


COX UPHOLSTER?, Bunnell : ;

Fla. Hwy. 11, will pick up and about Chrysler prices. .
deliver all furniture free.: For .

sample material and prices on ',f
labor call 4373673. ,April 22-tf .
V 8 Engine BateWheelbate
Overall DUf.r.nc.
SEPTIC TANK cleaning; drain Make length olptae-mtn Cubic, Inch Payments Monthly Pe' Month ,

fields Installed; snail shelL Reasonable > .
", ff'" CHRYSLER NEWPORT' 124 2182* 383 $6 ,61 .
prices. Call George Jaroz
ID 7-3410 8-1-tf FORD QALAX1E; 600 119 210.0 289 5894 $6.73

CHEVROLET IMPALA 119 213.1 283 58.94 6.73
CONSTIPATED?
T. pro* PltUN-EVAU cooUlnlnr .OLDS F-83 CUTLASS 115 204.3 330 59.26 6.41
Prune Flge A .IlDa I. wer4eSmootb ; -I:
.... beet a>4 malt ulan .' BUICK SPECIAL SKYlARK 115 203.4 300 08.65 7J02
Uittl. hurrr to
MOOOTS PHARMACY BASIS OF COMPARISON-AJ model are 2-door hardtop equipped with V-i engine,automatic bane
for ro.rou. FRI:. SUUIPUB erIC mission.power steering,power brakes,radio and heater.Monthly payment have been computed on
u Uta for 7s. Over a........ manufacturer's *ugf std retal price, One-tMrd down and 36 monthly payments. Not Included are
sold! each ,e.,. the extra you pay lor on proctJtaly.rtY new can ... .... tire*. detune wheel cover, declination' .
,..... charge,state and local taie.Interest,Insurance and licensing fee. .,

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\ Morocco Divan Your Feet Hurt? gives plenty of support. Have
Hosts to Local an arch especially fitted for your: / "
Shrine Club Shoe foot.
Change StyleIf I \ "
The Divan- Staff of the Mor-
Miss Mary Pache
rocco Shrine Temple of Jackson your feet hurt, change shoe Enrolls In Jones YOU WON7BE1KVE M.i, .
ville was host to members of styles.A .
Business College ....
the Flagler County Shrine Club new style can help remedy
EYES!
Thursday evening. About 40 many minor foot problems, says Miss Mary Pache, member of YOUR
were present for the dinner and Miss Elizabeth Dickenson, the Bunnell High 'School Graduating
program meeting, which was clothing and textiles specialist, Class June 4, leaves Sunday .
held in Ute Bunnell Civic Cen Florida Agricultural Extension Jacksonville where she j
ter. Service.If will enroll in the Jones Buls-1 I
Presiding at the meeting was corns, calluses, and blistersare I ness College. She is the'daugh I
Frank Winchell. He ter of Mr. and Mrs. Leslie I
Potentate troubling you, try a shoe of
presented certificates showing soft, pliable leather. It shouldbe East Magnolia, Bunnell. pache//
service as president of the local shaped to avoid pressure Miss Pache was The magician who knows what ts happening on the to
Shrine Club. Zack Holland received I from the walls or seams on many school activities includingband his business can convince cal scene.
one for president of 1964. tender spots.A and baton twirling. She thousands of watching pea The products and services
Dean Holland received a certificate broad-tie style that provides was field major for the band pie that the hand Is Indeed offered by local merchants
as president of the local plenty of room to move the toes several years. quicker than the eye. are outstanding. Yet some
club for 1965. They were also about may help prevent ingrown But in reality, the magi- folks, who have been distracted
named as Ambassadors of the toenails. This problem Is also Large Group TurnOut clan's stock in trade Is dis somewhere along the

Temple.Mr. eased by wearing a shoe witha For Athletics traction. He captures your line, still feel they must look
Winchell also recognized deep vamp. If an Ingrown toenail Summer ProgramCoach >attention with one hand while elsewhere for what they
George Moody, Sr., of the local causes you discomfort, con Bo Manuel said a totalof setting the stage for a big need.
club, who has been a memberof suIt a podiatrist, a doctor who 125 had registered for the 1 surprise with the other hand.
Look first In local
I stores.
Morocco Temple 50 years on specializes In treating feet. swimming in the Summer Prog J
May 15, 1965. Also T. E. Hoi- If your feet perspire too much, ram. There were 'seventy-five''I All this just reminds us that They offer quality merchan-
den who has been a member there are a few folks In the disc and service. No tricks,
tight shoes will only make this non swimmers, 25 intermediate,
46 community whp haven't realno gimmicks-Just top value
years.John condition worse. The best pro. and 25 swimmers.A .
tection for perspiring feet is to total of 80 have enrolledin ly been keeping their eyes on for every dollar you spend.Chevrolet .

Craig To wear shoes with uppers and the two leagues for Softball.Te .
Enter Medical soles made of leather or any said about 90 are registered
School Soon other material which "breathes," for arts and crafts and dra-j

John Craig arrived home dur allowing moisture to evaporate. matics.The Trade Qf'Home- fIr Yt_ OMA 16k0!
ing the past weekend to spend If your feet sometimes',swell, recreational activities at I rP
the summer vacation with his buy a pair of shoes larger than the Civic Center in the after.

parents, Mr. and Mrs. James O. you normally, wear when your noons include checkers, chess,i
Craig. John received his B.S. feet are swollen. ping pong, shuffle .board, and
Degree In,chemistry at Ouachita For a weak or fiat foot, weara I others. Fifty were enrolled for I
University in Arkadelphla, Ark., sturdy, well ,built shoe that the first day. \; '"

last week. He plans to enter I ,
the University of Arkansas Medical ,- s :: :. ; .
\
J
'I"I. ,
School in Little Rock for "" \-'I: .. .: ,
the fall semester.
John was a member of the I'
Bunnell High School graduatingclass .
of 1961. He attended the
Daytona Beach Junior Collegetwo
years and also two years at
Ouachita University

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ATTENDS METHODIST "t1f
td
: SUMMER YOUTH 'II f 'j'"'

I CAMP AT LEESBURG
I I ,
Those from the First MethOd.1st "\e... .. J' "
Church of Bunnell who are ". "-'''i' ':.::.',:r .,. 11;, .t,
attending this session of the I f I i i.
Methodist Youth Camp in LeeS.I .
burg include:
Carol Linda Townsend, Lisa
Knight, Charles Clegg and Ben-
ney Geller.

e' IN MEMORY OF OUR MOTHER
1 JESSIE V. MUZYKA
,
Who passed away June 19. 1964
A year has passed,
I Since she went away,
The bitter grief has gone,
Only sweet sadness will stay;
:, Her soul has found rest,
And relief from the pain:
In Heaven she's busy and
Free from all strain.
Her mark has been left
I A challenge to each; +w ,
.A goal to be attained
If upward we reach.
Pearl F. Blakely
Paul Forsyth
Pauline Lovelace
workpower"walks"
Louise Cantrell
Zena Muzyka
Marie Muzyka
Margaret Clegg
C. II. Muzyka

Bettye Ann Hunter.Hawkins right over bumps and trouble


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friends and relatives for the
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prayers,by and thoughtful many other neighbors kindnesses ., of miles of user experience behind it Try it out on

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I would like to thank all my ------ --.--....-..-.-.. '......_, *
relatives and friends for their lit-
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visits, prayers, calls flowers, ,
gifts and cards sent' to me dur
, ing my stay In the hospital. '
,: HALL-TUMLIN CHEVROLET COMPANY
Also my thanks to the hospital
staff. Sincerely,
Marie Muzyka. TELEPHONE ID 7-3131 BUNNELL FLORIDA



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