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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 24, 1965
Publication Date: -1981
Frequency: weekly
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Subjects / Keywords: Newspapers -- Bunnell (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Flagler County (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
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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. 25 BUNNELL, FLORIDA THURSDAY I
JUNE 24, 1965 i
$2.50 A YEAR I I

Statement OnAccreditation FIRST METHODIST \j jf
American Legion REGISTRATIONFOR ( Street Paving ;
CHURCH NEWSRev. f
ALL BOATS
of
Post i 115 Officers
Howard Porter, pastor of DUE JULY FIRST ( Bids Awarded .'
Flagler Schools the First Methodist Church said
Installed MondayLeonard Flagler County Tax Collector '
today his sermon topic for the Womack Co.
According to Coy G. Harris, eleven o'clock worship hour Sun Moody was Installedas Dale Brown, Jr., said today the "
of public instruction, and annual boat registrations will The Womack
supt.
day morning will be "A Meeting commander of The American Company of Daytona -
Benton F. Clifton, principal, all Of Minds." Legion Post 115 Monday night become delinquent July 1. Beach was awarded the
three schools of Flagler county All boat owners will be able contract Monday for
Sunday school will be at 9:45: Moody succeeds Cora Buckles night repairing
Bunnell, Carver and Flagler prior to the worship hour. who had served the post as com to purchase the registration and I and repaying 20 city
Beach Elementary-have been Rev. Porter also said an important mander two years and also one decals at the tax'collector's office blocks of streets in Bunnell.
accredited by the accreditation meeting of theOfficial year as acting vice commander. In the Flagler County courthouse I The city commission acceptedthe
section, State Dept. of Educalon., Board of the Church will be Officers installed to serve with now.Turtle low bid of Womack of $7.43

for 1965.66 school year held at 7:30 Sunday evening at Moody were: Walter Creal, first I per ton for the 900 tons of asphalt .

The final analysis report and the church. vice commander; Charles Mis- Egg Dates
corrected accrediatlon classflea! All stewards and trustees are slime second vice commander; t( The only other bid was from

tlons were received by the county urged to attend the First meet- Lee B. Mercer, adjutant; Rev. June I to July 15 I 1 the Florida State Paving Com
June 21. Ing of the Board of the New Howard Porter chaplain; Mrs. pany for $7.43 per ton. The first
The State Dept., the officials Conference Year. I Marietta Missine. historian: The Florida state law permits of the paving program let last
said, put Into effect last year Walter Morris, finance officer; I taking sea turtle eggs within month, was done by the FlorIda
three levels of classification: for Phone Raymond Smith, service officer; Flagler County from the first of I! State Paving Co. at $7.50 per
Florida schools. Classification CompanyLists Floyd Hurl, Sgt. at arms., and June to the 15th of July Mon. ton. Monday night's bids were

for level accrediatlon are: Ac. Tax ReductionPresident Victor Buckles, asst Sgt. at arms. day, Wednesday and Friday I only 5 cents per ton difference I i
A
credltated Warned and Non. Installing officer was Fifth nights between 7 p. m. and 1 representative from the
Accredited.The Lyndon B. Johnson District Commander John Con. a. m., Conservation Officer John Womack Co. said they may get
Bunnell school consistingof signed Into law this week the roy and his sargeant at arms. Seay said today I f started the latter part of this
grades 1-12, all located on bill which gradually eliminates Following the installation All sea 'turtles are protectedby week but he expected It would
be
the same campus under one federal excise tax on local and ceremony a past commander' pin law from the first of May I next week.
principal, improved its classification long distance telephone service. was presented to Mrs. Buckles to September 1 of each year. I I i Streets In this phase of the
from the 1964-65 "Ac Buck Moore, district manager by M. B. Fuller on behalf of the Maximum penalties for dlstrub- paving are:
credited Warned" to a 1965.66 for Southern Bell, Daytona, post. Mrs. Buckles also presented ing a turtle nest or taking Pine street, Court to Ridge-
"Accredited With Limited Deficiencies Beach, said this means a reduc a past-adjutant pin to A. M. turle eggs during the closed wood, 6 blocks; Rldgewood, Pine
," the report stated. tion of 7 percent In telephone McDaniel who had served as season is $100 fine and 6 months to Anderson, 3 blocks; Forsythe,
An increase In accreditation bills effective January 1,. 1966, adjutant of the post the past In the county jail. Moody Blvd. to Booe, 3 blocks;
percentage classification requirements I.I and a 1 percent reduction each three years.Following. Maximum penalty for taking Booe, Forsythe to Stone, 1
has been released by the January 1. until the excise tax the ceremony re possessing, or transporting sea block; Stone, Moody Blvd. to
state starting with the 1966-67 on telephone service is -completely freshments were served to those turtles during the closed seasonis Booe, 3 blocks: ; Court, Pine, to

school year. In order to meet removed January I, 1969. present. $600 fine and 1 year In the Moore 2 blocks; Moore, Court to
these increased standards Supt. Moore said the January 1, 1966, county jail. Moody Blvd., 1 block; Lambert,
Harris requested the planning reduction wll save communlca North State to Pine, 2 blocks.

division of the State Dept. of tions customers nationwide over Bunnell Lions Club SKUO GRESHAM IN I
Education to conduct a surveyof 730 million dollars annually. It NURSING HOME Stanish Brother I

the present facilities of Flag. will reduce telephone bills In Holds Ladies Night J. F. (Shug) Gresham has been
let county schools and make Southern Bell territory in Florida moved from the J. HIllls Medical Funeral Is Hold "
recommendations for future by about 14% million dollar And Installation Center In Gainesville to the
needs .annually and will mean an I Starke Nursing Home In Starke, Mr. and M a. E. ,G, Powell of
The accreditation report listed annual saving of"about $14.50 'The Bunnell Lions Club held Florida.w'- -. Pensacola, Florida, and ,Johnnie .
the following deficiencies for for each Southern Bell subscriber Its annual Ladles Night and Installation He suffered a second stroke Stanish of Sanford, Florida, are )
Bunnell school: In Florida. of officers at the Alibi several weeks ago and was In Mansfield, Ohio, where they
Steak House in Daytona Beach transferred to the teaching hospital attended the funeral of their I
1. Inadequate library facilities Small Claims Tuesday night.International In Gainesville from the local brother Albert Stanish, who died I

and staff. Court News Counselor George hospital several weeks ago. last week.
2. Junior High. School classes Judge Tom Lenssen said today Rast of Leesburg was the Installing Mr. Stanish was also a brotherof
overloaded. he had no cases on the officer with a candlelight LOAN CLOSET NEEDS Messrs. Paul Stanish of Bun-
3. Insufficient number of Junior docket for the Small Claims ceremony. OLD SHEETS TO BE nell P. J. Stanish of St. Augustine

High School elective courses. Court today so there will be Those installed were: John USED FOR BANDAGESThe and Orby Stanish of Yorktown .

4. English classes overloaded. no session held. Seay, president; Jimmy Kelley, Loan Closet Is in need of Virginia. Ills parents, the
Major deficiencies listed for The next session& will be at first vice president; Homer Zlm old sheets for making bandages, late Mr and Mrs. Joseph Stan-
the Courthouse Mrs. L. H. Church said Ish, were long time residents of
the Carver School included In. on July 8. Anyone merle, second vice president; today.
Bunnell.Mr. .
adtequate library and guidance' having business with the Fred Krantz, third vice president Anyone having sheets they
services. I Court may contact him then or ; would like to donate to the loan and Mrs. Powell, their

The school system is currently call direct at his home. James Krantz, secretary; Levi closet are liked to call Mrs. daughter, Mrs. Jerry Antone, and
Judge Lenssen said Small Church at 4373112. granddaughter, Miss Lisa An
taking steps to remove as I Drady, trasurer; George M.
tone, were guest of the Johnnie
Claims Court sessions
deficiencies as will be Moody, Lion Tamer; Leonard-
many possible
scheduled for New glass bottom boats at Stanlshrs at the time word wasreceived
each
before the opening of school second Thursday Moody, Talltwister; L. II. Church
of the month Silver Springs will be given the of the death.
next year and is making future at the Court. and Levi Brannam, two-year directors.
house. names of noted Seminole Indian
plans to remedy present Inade- chiefs.
quate physical facilities. Bunnell VarsityCheerleaders ,
Bunnell High School is also BUNNELL HIGH SCHOOL JUNE 4, 1965
accredited by the Southern Association -
of Colleges and Schools.A .
comprehensive self-evaluation Go To ClinicThe

study utilizing the Evaluative
Varsity Cheerleaders of
Criteria and report on this self L "tN' Bunnell
High School went to
study Is due to be made to the the Gainesville Cheerleaders
Florida Committee next fall before -
Clinic June 11.13 in which 50!
Its annual meeting to slau- schools participated.

Ify schools for the following The purpose of the clinic .Is

year. to improve the techniques of

wA cheerleadlng. It Improves voice,

Mr. Bradley' r showmanship cheering. cheers and method .

Niece DiesThursday
This is Bunnell High's second
time to the clinic. Our rating

Mrs. Myrtls Davis of Lake A tx ? r 4 4 this year was excellent and we

City, niece of A. C. Bradley of 4 vs4 were one of seven schools nominated !
Espanola died Thursday after an 4 4t : c; for congeniality Judgingwas
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Illness of several' months. She for neatness, showmanship,
was 50 years of age. p i I tiL '::4 voice, and cheering ability.
Plans are to attend again next
She Is
survived by her son.
Charles Davis, and her mother. year
Those from the Bunnell
Mrs. Charles Hatch both of Lake High
City; a brother W. C. hatch School attended were: Nancy
fargett., Elizabeth Alien
Lake Ray
Butler; 2 sisters Mrs. Mary
beth Mersey Emma Jean
Love
SmIthy Lake City, and Mrs. Inn Seated: Candy LovrlL Heidi Clsenbach, Gloria Johnston Cynthia Cobb Janet Salyerd, Bever lace, Sharon Abraham, Lynda
Pertowlch Okinawa. Also surviving ly Cummins. Rankle Hodges, Brenda Aaron, Ida Allen. Cheryl Skolar. Knight Marilyn" and Lynda Me-
' are two grand children. Middle Row: Steve Neely. Mary Pache!, Wayne Dixon Jack Abbott. Jade Wrtherington, flurry Nab, and Miria Hugas.
Funeral was at 2 p. m. Saturday McKnlght. Mike Hornsby, James Flscn. Marie Fleurte, Danny Quantz.
Faculty members
la Lake Oty. Burial was Back Row: Ted Worthington, Albert Johnston Bo King, dbert Tucker Johnny, Seale, Mike r ng them were Miss Sarila accompany Brad.
In Memorial Cemetery. Church. Levi Brannam Scotty Crews Butch .
Anderson Walter Townsend, Thomas McDtnlrl. ley and Miss Eloise McClure.P' .






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PAGE TWO THE FLAGLER TRIBUNE, BUNNELL, FLORIDA Thursday, June 241965.;

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J. Townsend 2 3 1 Sanders i. 1 0 Thomas 2 0 Q H. McKelvin 2'I I 0 1

SPOR7S 1 R. French 2 2 1 M. Clegg 2 0 0Harris B. Miller 2 2 1 B. ,Torn ton 2 1 1*

1 1 0 Flood .2 .1'
M. Kelly 3 3 3 J. Taylor 1 ... 1 1 1
French' 3 0 0 Barrow 1. 3 1 Yankees Ab R II

NOTES H. 11. Kelly 3 0 0 Dodgers Ab R H C. Wertherlngton 1 2 0 .J. Robertson 2 1 2

Z. Kelly 2 1 0 G. Bradley 3 1 xl 11. KIng 2..0 0 M. Barber 30.' 0
Two of
Leagues Braves Ab R H D.. Bradley 3 0 0 T. WhItaker 1 0 0 B. Parron .3' 0 ". 1

Summer SoftballThere Krantz ,2 0 0 T. Hargett 2 0 0 M. Barber 2 0 1 Worley -, *2 ''vr ::"fl

SmIth 2' 0 0 Z. Kelly 2 1 2 B. Moore 2 ..0 0 B. Scott 3 :00

two summer enrichment Solomn' 2 O. 0 R. French 2.2 1 J. Medders 1 0 0 Taylor .2' O' 0

program softball leagues, Pony Manuel 0 1 0 D. Improta 2 1 0 White Sox .Ab R H Medders 1 O. 0

and Little League. Following I Geller 2 0 0 J. Townsend 2 0 0 Flood 2 1 0 B. Miller 10 0

Following are scores of various Wertherington 2 0 0 M. Kelly 2 1 2 Wertherlngton 3 0 0 C. Wetherington 1,: *' 1' '.2 0

games of teams in each league. Kitchens 2 0 0 II. King 2. 1 1 McNab 3 1 0W. Yankees Ab) R' .H

These were furnished by CoachBo Pel11cer 2 0 0 Cardinal Rb R H Thorton 2 2 2 B. Miller 1 ,0 0

Manuel. King 2 0 0 Harris 3 0 0 G. Carle 2. 0 0 11. Taylor 3 0' 2

LITTLE LEAGUE I Cardinali Ab R H Franch 3 0 0 H. McKelvin 1 0 0 G. Worley 3 0;. 1

Dodgers Ab R. H Cauley 3 2 0 Hlgg 3 1 1 B. RobInson 2 0 11 I C. Wern r 2 0' 1

J. Arnold 3 0 0 I' HIglnbothamg 2 2 1 Simmons 1 2 1 T. oJnes 2 0 1 H. King 2'0 < O.

Glen Bradley 1 0 ,0 P. Martell 3 1 1 Zimmerle 2 0 1 C. Thomas 2 0 0 G. Pellicer 3 0 0

Wayne Werthy 1 O. 0 C. Flood 2 1 1 Mortell 2 0 2Dodgen White Sox Ab R H M. Barber 2. l' 1

D. Improta 3 0 0 I Zlmmlle 3 0 1 2 0 0 R. Wetherington 2 0 1 J. Robertson 2 1 1

Cauley 2 0 0, 1. McNab .3 1 1 B. Scott 2 0 0
MEMORY OF FRANK: L SKIERSKI WHO PASSED AWAY Crews 2 0 0
M. Robinson 2 0 0
ONE YEAR AGO. JUNE 29
r-- W. Thornton 2 1 2
Even though you are gone you still live In our hearts. PONY LEACUE I T. Jones 2 0 0 Subscribe for The Flagler Tribune

Alma Skierskl (wife)
I2.SCI Jl Year In Advancer
B. RobInson 1 0 0
Frank, Jr. Yankee ... Sox Ab R H I

Donald, I R. Wetherington 3 0 0
: Elaine McNab 3 1 1
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Robinson
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Phyllis,
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Leonard. I. Jones 2 1 0 dee (jOWL

.'. Tell me not in mournful numbers McKelvin 1 1 1
.' r', Flood 0 0 1 ctocto.
Life is but an empty dream ..

the soul is dead that slumbers
For ,
\ 1N: THE CIRCUIT COURT OF TIER
And life is not what It seems. NKVKNTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT y I6tLnqqow ,
IN AND MOIL FI'AULFH COUN 1
.I Life is real, life is earnest; TY. KI.OIUI1A CHANCERY

V V* And the grave is not Its goal. Ruth NO. Woodard.BOO9 fYr61 ti tiL

Dust thou,, art to dust retumeth, versus Plaintiff, S4q to -'

Was not spoken of the Soul." Munrow Franklin Woodard.Defendant Sr., /

NOTICE OF Mill? 6ttIf)1tuq
IN MEMORY OF MY DADDY FRANK L SKERSKI IN THE NAME OF THE STATE

Dear God in all our sorrow we do ,bear OF TO FLORIDA: Munrow Franklin Woodard. Stce

We have peace of mind because you said "I Do Care." Hr, .
Manchester, New Hampshire
When the ones we love fails and dies Residence Address unknown

And the Heavenly Chairot descends from the sky You with are the clerk hereby otlltlhlC required to youranswer Ale 437-3325 BUNNELL

And bears the ones we love to Our Home on High to the complaintfiled .
against you In the above entitled *
We now cry in sorrow but will rejoice when we can cause on or before July 26.19S .
As do the voices of angels in that Heavenly Band and serve a copy thereof on FLORIDA INLAND NAVIGATION DISTRICT
Joseph Hlrchman. plaintiff attorney -
STATEMENT OF CONDITION: AT DECEMBER SI, 1M4
As God reaches out to take the hand herein whose address Is
44 North Halifax Avenue Daytona ASSETS
Of the soul he loaned to this lower land Bench. Florida Cash In Bank ..,.?.n.. _. .$11.241.41
For now in our hearts we understand The lacier Tribune Is hereby Land Owned In Fee > 41,11711
designated as the In
newspaper Offlce Furniture A Equipment 0,271.70Petty
., This all was part of "His Great Plan." which this order shall be published Cash 1100: >
once a week for four consecutiveweeks --
-By Phlllyis Smith. DKOiiEK HEHKIN FAII NOT WiLt 1117.61114
r PKO CONKKH.SO LIAIIILITIKS
HK ENTERED AGAINST YOU FOIL Surplus ..........._.....__....................... .117.811.14
SUCH FAIIAJKK
The nature of this suit Is a bill '

for divorce. I r.Fr:1:: kI January 1, 1X4 _._......-..________. ..I Ilno.'o

FOR THE BEST IN SERVICE to WITNESS the Court my, at hand Uunnell.and 1510.the Florida seal i Received Tax Redemption during the..?_year_...:___...........____ .51.) .
this land day of June Leas to City of Boca Raton ._....___ 1.00Sale \
ONTRUCKS (Court Heal) 21.the BSJYTHBAs of MSA 712 _._._.........._ 2180000 .
Clerk Circuit Court Sale of 8-4SO ?..._._._,..,..,w._ 10000.00 ,
Flatter County. Florida Sale of '.-._ ....... .. 17B4900 w
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June 24 & _July.._l-I.U-4to_ Sale of. s'lltii'- ==...,..::__ 20000: .'
I Down Payment on M< A lll-C II.785,00 I ";<** x .
IN TIlE IICIIIT counT OFFLMil.EII
Second Installment USA ill Group .
C 2378000 .
A. HTY.: KI.OIUIIA Interest on MSA IIS Group ?.______-_ 001260: .: *" : '
IN CHANCERY NO. IOU \
Rent Encroachment .
on MSA 141-A -_ 4SO.00 .
niCHAHU 5:. 11ELZ, Payment for Removal of Fill from MSA i. ...
Plaintiff. 117-r .... _, \ .
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AND ELIZABETII. Sale of Maps ::.; ::=____..._, IOU:
NICHOLSON HELZ. Reimbursement for Appraisal Reports IS.00
Defendant
Reimbursement Expenses: .
NOTICE TO .KKNU itw _. ,
TUB STATE OF FLOItlDA. TOELiZAIIETII MRA J5i :A-:::::::::= :::::::::::.=:=:: 140.00 14.00: :.. .

.AUTOMOBILESService Hanford DriveR NICHOLSON IJELZ.E7 BEVV:1'Lt.IL5!: _._m_.._. t.215.15 ,

t. No. 2 Refund Insurance -::: iUI.1IU1
Dover New Jersey on Policy: Premium l1b.46: ,

I suit You has are been hereby tiled notified against that you In a Total Cash January 1. 1J44 and Received During Year _$ U.IU.1

Department the above entitled cause; and you ilafl'1ttltMErTM.

swer are hereby with :hub : to of file this your Court un, OfTIc Furniture at Futures ..............._.___4 7'.41' U.U' t. :
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AIR CONDITIONING and to serve a copy thereof upon Administrative Expense: ....' .t

the plaintiff or plaintiffs attorney. Surety lIond Premiums ..._..._._._._.. tU.1S ,. "i"I '
whose name and address 1.1: Commissioners' Per Diem ....-........_......_ '.7 an O. .-, <\ t.;;
ENGINE ,OVERHAULS HAY KhLDKNtfelden Commissioners' Mileage _....._.....___. I.Uf.17 ,lIP ." ; o.j' ,_
Itutldtnff Employees' Salaries ...._._......_....._.__ J.tU.'O y y :
Daytona leach Florida. Offlc Rent ..,.... ... .: : t
AUTOMATIC TRANSMISSIONS not later than July Seth. A. D 11(5. Safe Deposit Box-Rent-r.=:::::::=== 1,0de.00 12.10: ." ,:
If you fall to do so. decree pro Stationery. Printing A Supplies .. ...._ UI.1I .'
confesso will be entered againstyou Postas ._-.._. ......_ .-._> -.._ fOOO t *;
TUNE UPS for the relief demanded In the .... ( I 1 ,
Telephone Expense __...,..-----__ 104.15 .
said bill of suit complaint being for. The divorce.nature of Equipment Repairs .......----......-...-.-.. 21.11 ....110... J"':"

WITNESS my hand and seal of Lr.UL .: rr. .P:1 .f' i!..
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Paint & A.said I). Court 1163. this hind day of June Attorney's Salary ....-__..-_.____41.... ,.. .. :,
Body Department (Official Heal) K. A. 8MYTHE i Postage Stationery. Printing A Supplies .._...._. 47.1' tS ..s .,1'.
Clerk of paid Circuit Court Telephone 'Expense'''===::==:..:::: ie.n. ',Tye ,

NO JOB TOO BIG OR lIy Julia lL r.put naney,. Clerk I Miscellaneous<*gal Advertisements. y.........._..._.__._.. IS'II '\1,,/ .
Expense ._ 67.00 .'
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June July 1..1I-4to ,
Travel ..... 'if. .
Ripens _.__: __ 144.21 ... <
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TOO SMALL 1:01: THK cincirr' COIRT. EVJl Legal Fees ? .....-...___. II." '11,411.$ V :'
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ENTIS Ul('IAL flltftlT. IV ..;. ". ..
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FREE ESTIMTES ANn FOIL KUAULFH, COrVTY. ,,,: :
ENGiNElnifG.
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MRVKT PROCCRnMr.m .
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KMIHIUA. CIIAVCKHY NO. 074 General Manager's Salary -. 412.510.40 f : ti..
OEOUUK TIIOltNUUKU Manager's Secretary -::::: 4.112.1* .\;). .', '
AUTHORIZEDINTERNATIONAL Plaintiff Maps Prints A Supplies _....___ 4141 ,. ,)
i EUUA D. ?Zion uuURo. Travel Telephone Expense: _........-__ 7IS.U {. ... i" :.
Expense _.
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Defendant. Postage A OfflceTlipens 2.'fI.Tt ...it: .1'
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NOTICE OK st'IT Offlc 411 14 '.\ >
(. IN THE NAME OF THE STATE A Equipment Rent dr E1.ctrle ;V'..', '
Service ._ p
0. "LOkIDA -_.. ..... 9.81111 i r
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Mlscellaneoua ;;; : __ '
TO EMMA n. TllomlDuno :._ _V 147.14: t. "; ,,
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Equlpment Repair ______..
71 It \
SERVICE CENTER .tto Kannapolls.Peach Strut North Carolina Dues A Subscriptions ..........._._....___._ IU.41 121.17711 ., \ .. ,
You are hereby required to Ale \.: t
with the Clerk your ninirr V'.; r
or SWAY
tlltblf RNrffsR.
r. answer Sled herein to the against you Complaint In the Appraisal Evpens* _, __._.. '"." ...i...oIt'.1l/\; ".
above entitled .rtlAeatep* A Reports on Titles _._.._. ].f7S.M sb .
cause on or before Rrdl"e Fees ..... .... _. V "..
the 14th day of July t>45 and servea -- "'L ___ Hell ...:t'. -.
thereof Survey Parcel .UI -.-. T .!.. ___.._ 214.ee \
Horns copy plaintiffs upon attorney Lawrence. who W.. Post of Releasing. MSA .71 __._......*"...... 7100 J '
Oost of .
Quit Claim f\n M SA V-T v
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address Is Post 75.ee
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Daytona Beach Florida.Office llox 121 f. Survey A Staking USA lll-C ... '....._'... 36.... 1 IflLII .. V\:#,
I The Ftagler Tribune Is hereby 1I1aCELI.ANEAr. .
RNPEfer.
fi V CHRVSl I which designated! this as the. arl.bsr..h la Fipens of State Auditor /iee0 .
, ; .;' AUTHOtOIDOfAUt 0 """eCHRYSLERPLYMOUTHVALIANT once a week order for four consecutive Title H nry.Holland Insurance Buckman ..::::.:::::: ::::::: .. !

.:, _ke. .UaUCIN "AI NOT on A Painting for t-or.: w.iipBr;: nUt "
DECIUCD PRO
; CONFI.Mso WiLl. cnut* .._ ,
"'" BUNNELL.( FIXDfTDaUTiONALTRUCXS HE('tiS'Jf AGAINST. YOU Fait Expenses rA' ?Cc-llectlng T L Pictures 4010

f. iu.i SOUTH UI.un.... Th. natur of this suit Is a Com etc by Robinson's. Inc. __ U1S2I t InUt
't .. plaint for Dlvorc Total Disbursements.
WITNESS my hand and seal at Cash In Banks -- t 4M4IM
IlL rtunnell. Flagler December 21. 1)44 .-
=. County Florida, IUU44
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(Official Clerk 8 f> of ol.lul"8)I the Circuit!Court Chap er 14fU. Liws of Fteeslorida.11 la Detail.ofaaccccounth withwpportftng

)i.gier Florida vouchers aN 011 ale III the OmC4' ef the ,-,....,. .
June 24 4k July 1.4.11-\ its a r. ALFono.
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Thursday, June 24, 1965 THE FLAGLER TRIBUNE, BUNNELL,, FLORIDA AGE THREB

being used as a last resort in Given !I I wrinkles; heat sets them. I'i finish, looking fresh longer, use
Sea Cows razeFlorida's keeping canals unclogged, after Tips on Don't hang the blouse up to i a light starch on It.

CanalsSea spraying and mechanical means i Care of Blouses : dry on a metal hanger. Metal I

failed to ,control: water weeds. can cause rust spots. I I '

cows working ?or the They were placed In a canal i If you need help in keeping i
white blouses looking neat,I To take the dingy look out CommunityMemorial
your
State of Florida are attacking west of Ft. Lauderdale, where I
fresh, and white, you'll be Interested of a synthetic blouse, especiallythe
I
water weeds In drainage canals they have been working away In some advice on nylon variety, first wash it I Church
like a vacuum cleaner. Further under' the direction of Dr. Peter blouse care from Miss Elizabeth in hot water with a water con I......................
more, they are apparently eatIng Sguros of Florida Atlantic Uni- I
ditioner. This method will help All CONDITIONED
Dickenson, clothing and textile
weeds and Boca Raton, the
the roots of the versity, reports
specialist, Florida Agricultural take out any leftover graying de- I D7toB* Aft.
even polishing the stones. Florida Board of Conservation.
tergent that wasn't rinsed outIf
Extension Service.
FLAGLER BEACH
The five sea cows or mana- They are now finishing cleaningup the water conditioner treat
tees, were captured for the Cen- weeds in the second mile of First, follow instructions for 1 ment gets no result, try a fab- Sunday School 10:00 A.M.
tral and South Florida Control the waterway. care of the blouse. If it has al ric whltner. Church Service: 11:00 A.II.R. .

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t Thirsty Animals possibility of reintroducing leaves, their function 'being assumed ply, rather than the plant itself,

predators, such as coyotes. But by the tough, green stem that primarily attracts'. rodents. PETERSON TEXACO

Killing Nation'sLargest he warned that ecologists would covering. Spines provide appreciable The saguaro blossom !is the SERVICE
have to determine whether cy- shade from the desert sun
state flower of Arizona; the cac ROAD SERVICE
otes might harm domestic farm and also ,
discourage hungry des state ti
CactusThe tus grows (Jn no other but
animals In the area. Significant ert animals. Light Mechanical Work .
California. Each buds
spring,
PIaoDe 437-3441 BUDDeD
Nation's largest cactus is ly, saguaros are reproducingmuch
Ions of Water GulpedThe appear in crowded clusters at
from of its Arizona better at Organ Pipe Cactus
vanishing parts
stem is a cylindrical the tip of each, arm. The waxy

range, and botanists be National Monument, which framework of long vertical ribs white blossoms bloom, for a IN' TUB CIRCUIT COURT OP ,
lieve the often has a sizeable predator population FLAGLER COUNTY, FLORIDA
: despised coyote night only dosing by forenoon.
{ fused at the base. This skele- IN' CHANCERY NO. W27
than in the preserve set t I
might help save It
ton supports the pulpy tissue Egg-shaped fruits mature in NICHOLAS AOOOLIA.
aside for the '
larger species. Plaintiff.
The saguaros stand like lone. that stores' water. During long I June and July. On ripening, the ....

ly sentinels overlooking the desert Another problem is grazingby dry spells, the plant shrinks as I fruits split open, revealing Juicy I MAVIS AGOGLtA.r> '

the National Geographic Society I cattle. The young cacti it uses up its water supply. 1 red pulp with tiny black seeds. NOTICE TO DEFEND t

I says. They are so spectacular aren't devoured, but they perish When rain comes again, the Pima and Papago, Indians still THE MAVIS STATE AQOGLJA OF FLORIDA. TO: .,

and scientifically Interesting ; when cattle eat the nurse plants stem swells like an accordion. harvest the fruits. The plant Staten 801 Henderson Island New Avenue York.

I that President Hoover cre i that shade them. Through its huge mat of roots, was so Important to the Papagos' You'are hereby notified that a
suit baa been filed against you In
I, ated the Saguaro National Mon I Though the saguaro (Corneg- spreading out just under the economy that they designated the above entitled cause; and,you

ument in 1933 for their protec lea glgemtoo) may reach a desert surface, the plant may saugaro harvest time as the are hereby with the required Clerk to of file this your Court answer -, a

tion. I height of 50 feet, it grows very absorb a ton of rainwater at one start of the y ar. and to serve a copy thereof upon
the plaintiff or plaintiff a attorney.whose .
Studies indicate that rodentsare slowly In its ,early years. The time. Sometimes the thirsty name and address !.:

the major enemy of young plant needs a decade to reach saguaro drinks so much that it Ice covering the Arctic Oceanis RAY Belden SELDEN Building

saguaros, according to the National the unimpressive height of one splits open. It .is the water sup usually nine ,to, 12. feet thick. Dayton :thi7 Florida.not .
later than A. D. IMS.
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Park Service. In one test inch. Growth later --
speeds up, It you fall to do *o, decree pro
at the Monument, 1,600 plants but a 30-year-old plant may be confesso will be entered against
yoU for the relief demanded in the
were set out on the desert; no more than three or four feet bill of complaint. The nature of

within two years all but 30 were tall. A 75-year-old sapling measures BROWN &. BROWN INC; said WITNESS suit being my hand for divorce.and the seal

dead. Ground squirrels, wood perhaps 15 to 20 feet. Before of. D.laid 1111.Omelal Court. this 15th day of JuneA.

rats, rabbits, and other rodents dying at 200 years or so, ( Seal) E. A. BMYTHE.

killed them. Wire cages placed the Saguaro may have grown as INSURANCE Clerk By Julia of said R. Harvey.Circuit Court"

around the plants delayed tall as a four-story building and Deputy' Clerk
June T-:4 July I..tcI
death; the animals tunneled under I weigh 10 tons.

the wire to get at water The plant is an engineering ,OUR PHONE NuMBER'IS TUB JUDiriAI CIRCUIT COURT.CIRCUIT.SEVENTH It:

stored within' them. AND FOR FLAULKR COUNTY
marvel, especially adapted to its FLORIDA' cIIANCERY. CASE

Draft Coyotes? blazing hot environment. It can 4373394Precast NO. 6072SHERRY
C. BRITT
Park Service botanist RobertM. live three years without a drop| 'Plaintiff.

Linn recenty suggested the of water. Like cacti, it has no WILLIAM FRANKLIN-r.- BRITT.
J Defendant.

.. NOTICE TO APPEAR
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THE STATE OF FLORIDA TO
WILLIAM FRANKLIN BRITT
I c/o Mrs. Lonnie Britt
HIS Shipyard. Blvd.
Wilmington. North Carolina
You are hereby notified that a
suit for divorce ha* been filed
against you In the above entitled
cause and you are hereby requiredto
a..1 43 kt serve upon 1'lalntlff Attorney.
whose name and address appear
hereon. your written defence. If
any to the Bill of Complaint insaid
lull, on or before the llth
day of July IKS. else decree pro
t t1A4 A A IAIIti confesso win. be entered against

you.WITNESS my hand and seal of
laid Court this 15th day of June
A. D. IKS.
(SEAL) E. A. SMTTHE
Clerk of said Court
By Julia R. Harvey
Deputy Clerk
W. U ,WadworthF
O. Box mBunnell.
Florida

June Attorney IT-14 *for July Plaintiff 1.-4to

$ 1I-IiI, .
REQUEST FOR DID
Notice !. hereby given that the
Board of County Commissioner of
Florida will re
:r.leeafdun bids until the 4th day
of July IKS. at the hour of ':00
A. M. In the office of the Clerk of
the Circuit Courtn the Flagler
3 y :! County Courthouse Bunnell. FlorIda -
for the following:
Approximately I 11.000 gallons of
Iw,1 Gasoline, regular grade. In bulk.
-Fr------- t Approximately, 11.000 gallons Die-
sal Fuel No. 1. In bulk.Approalmeteiy .
COO gallon Diesel
Motor Oil (KSOO. K) In 5 gallon
cans.
Approximately JOO gallons Motor
fy"N rye y Oil. 8AE JO (MiDOn 1 quart
III tins
I Approximately 110 gallon Motor
Oil, HAE 10 Non-Detergent In S gallon
V
IW j 1.1pan' Approximately cans. tOO gallon K ro-

.V- sins In bulk.ADproxlmat.ly.
1 jr 100 pound Chassis
Lube, multl'purpoee. In IS-tS

__ lb.Approximately palls. 1.400 pound Gear
Lube. multlpurpoae. In drum of
aboat 100 lbs.. or equavllent of all
of the above specification*.
Above quantities are estimatedto
represent requirement for on.
(1) year. Bids, therefore, must
cover a period of one year from
the date of acceptance and must
be submitted on prescribed bid
form These forms may be obtained -
at the Clerk' office on ,.*
A mall portion of the world'.Urgent pre- quest.Envelopes.
cast prestreesed concrete building, foodproaiastng must be sealed and
Prostressed_ Concrete. pUnt la Honrheada. N. Y. etl'plainly" marked "Bid on Oa.ollne.

The structure contain I. 2UOO square The Board reserves the right to
and feet of floor space-eacioeed ..UreI1.by reject any and all bids.
a union of economy strength beauty precast prwtreased concrete.Ownrr ., bated at Bunnell. Florida, this
llth day of June. IMS.OEO.
: E. WlCKUNB. Chairman
., PRECAST PHISTRESSED,CONCRETE accounts for a rapidly increasing percentage The Cr-at Atlantic Pacific Tea Co.. Inc.. ATTEST Hoard: of County Commissioners

of new construction each year. A few years ago, its principal use was New York. N. Y. \ IC..A. RMYTHE. Clerk *
June IT-14
in bridge beams.,Today, it supports and encloses entire buildings. .And its Dtugntr, EnfMfr, Constructor: -Ito
almost The Hurt Enrineerini Co.. Pittsburgh Pa. It TM. CIRCUIT COURT OF
structural and architectural applications in the future appear un rLAGLKR COUNTY, FLORIDA

limited. Pnrtut Cuter** Hvutfacttirtr: It CIIAtCKRY WOo M 7 _.
ELIZABETH BROWN.
:t' Reasons for such rapid growth of the technique are many. Prefabricated Youngwood.Dkkenon Structural Pa Concrete Corp:, Plaintiff.

concrete permits quantity production of identicll structural units-at a CARL ILAROLD BROWN. 8R.

cost saving--with assurance of uniform physical propertes.! Units can be TO DieFK.tD Defendant.NOTtCH

f cast quickly on a planned, coordinated schedule. Erection can proceed THE CARL STATIC HAROLD OF FLORIDA BROWN..TO1 BRIT j

of costly man-hours.- Rtvervlew Avenue I
I' smoothly without waste Neptune City. New Jervey. It.I I
Precast prestressed concrete provides strong structural: systems that use You are herebaetid.d that a .
salt ha been filed against In
less, material. Units are lighter, thinner and easier to handle. And they t. the above entitled cans; aad yea yet I
f are hereby required to oar anwer -
offer inherent ftresafety 'and low maintenance-features available only with the Clerk ef this Corm,
and to serve a copy thereof npo
from oohcrete.t. the plaintiff .r plaintiff* aue,..,.
The technique also offers the architect a wide choice! of unusual design whose RAY name 8ELDCN aaj address tax

t. effects with economy. Beams and colurrni crn tile on a new variety of E H IG *elden Building!

rc shapes. And the design treatment of expa-cd surfaces of units Is virtually not later Daytona than Beach July ..Florida.X D. Hit-
l V I CEMENTS, If you fall U d.q decree prcoafeaao
unlimited. will be entered against

l The basic inrcdient of all concrete is cement. Lehlgh is a major producer you bill for.f .the.aip relief taint.demanded Tb.aatare iia tb..!

of cement' here and in 11 other locations around the U.s.A. Whether .aid nit myeband_
WITNItSS seal f
and
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: it appears as preatresred structural members-or as one of the hundreds saln osort. this ltd day .* J....
1541.tOaltia1
f' of other forms of concrete in use today-cement contributes to a better Heal) J:. A. BMYTKK
Portland Cement Company Allentown Pa. Clerk ., aa14 ClI'C1aJ& c..1t
Leliigh
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from the same organization and
Too Late although I have marked "re
fused" on the envelope, return.
ing it to the sender, they con WE GIVE METTS Quantity lhl'TOP
To Classify tlnue tp come. It seems they Reserved
have my name J>n their sucker ***
Russell Ktn
BY list and they won't take it off. Prices Good

I think I, am as charitably Personally I feel there Is suf. VALUESTAMPS Thurs., Fri., Sat.,
minded Individ SUPER MARKET
as the average
ficient need for help from local & Mon.
I have contributed
! ual. always organizations staffed by peopleI
i to worthy appeals as my means know and whose work I am June 2425.26.28Phone
i would permit but I'm getting familiar with to meet my charitable 437-3201 103 S. Railroad St. 1965
tired of mall solicitations from '
effort. I don't see why i I
people and organizations I have
should send my contributionsto
never heard of solodtlng funds strangers in far away places, Juicy TenderCUBE ,
for Indians in Arizona orphansIn when I don't have ,the funds to
Timbuktu boy's camps in give all I would like to give to
New girls York somewhere homes else.for delinquent worthy local groups. STEAKlb 79 ,

Considering the cost of mal
Maybe these are worthy causes' order operations today it is evident
but when local charities solicit that these fund seekers Flavor Aged (U. S. D. A. Choice)
funds on a national'' scale It from afar are spending a lot of:
looks suspiciously like a racket. money and it makes you won- '
ROUND STEAK .
They send you neckties, wallets der Just how much of your con Ib 89 \ :
addess labels and' four leaf tribution trickles down to the
clovers and you are supposedto CAUSE you hoped to help.
respond with a check. vidently a lot of folks thru Lykes '12 oz. Pkg. ALL MEATWIENERS ,
During the past few monthsI out the country must fall for
have received unordered "gifts" the racket otherwise they could $$00
from a dozen groups in fact I not continue to conduct expensive iii 3 for
mail order campaigns for
have received as many as seven
funds.
"The First I.KttAL.National NOTICE Dank of Any gift or merchandise you Wilson SelectBEEF
Clifton Forge Virginia having may receive through the malls
qualified estate or a Mollie* administrator It. Lyon. d.of c.ased.the that you did not order you are I
hereby claims against request said all persons estate present having in no way obliged to acceptNot LIVER Ib 49''Fla. '
same for payment and all persons only are you not required
Indebted to said estate make ;
to pay for it but also the law ,
THE.eF/RSTNATIONAL\ :
DANK OF CLIFTON FORO" says you don't even have to return Grade "A" TenderBAKING I
June 24-Ito It. Most people don't know
this and many send money for I
MILLER junk they did not order and do HENS Ib 39
not want because the appeal!
ELECTRONICS was made in the name of sweet
charity. World's BestGROUND Lean Meaty (First Cut)
1744 Ocean Shore Blvd.
Don't be upset or alarmed if

REPAIRS WASHERS ON TV'S enlng the sender letter.writes If he you took a threat.the BEEF 2 lbs 390 PORK CHOPS It> 49'

chance of sending you unorder
DRYERSCall ed merchandise and you keep it Hershey's
there is nothing he can do

ALL WORK Collect GUARANTEED 672-0377 about If you It. will take the troubleto Sib

look around your own com
munity you will find plenty of SUGAR ,
worthy causes to support The 29
m Ie Stagier? drtbunrMRS. Salvation Army, Goodwill Tray
elers Aid Society, the Red Cross Bag
RUSSELL. FLOIUDA and,countless others are active
ly working In your town to help
JL D. FULLER. Editor the needy and afflicted and Limit (1) with purchase of $5.00 or more food order

De lsT.ate4 ..WSB.S.S fee allLegal certainly are more deserving of ... ,
Advertlal.s your support than some unknown
distant charity no mat. Fl. Grade "Au
Entered as second clasp matter Big 18 ,oz. Otl. MEDIUM Hood' 33 'I
February t. HIS, at the post ter how worthy it may be.
Hues 2 Florida under Why send money to distant,
of
Act IMS questionable solicitors when R. C. COLA EGGS BLEACH ;
,SJUt.ts these funds are sorely neededin
ON year
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after golf Seald Sweet 6 01. SALT 26 01. Bole fOe

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After a hard-played 18 holes, it'i good toy Yellow 20 oz. Loaves

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JUNE 24, 25 26, 1965 RESERVED


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f FRYERS Ib 29' BEEF 31bS $4 47

Limit 3 Please
LEAN & FLAVORFULU.
S. CHOICE GRADE BEEF SMOKED
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I Faye Bass and here they have purchased a
. Kenneth OddyExchange home in Vinice Park on Palmet. ARMOUR'S
Vows to St., and will be residents of FOLGERS
.
Flagler Beach In the near fu. VEGETOLE
Alice Faye Bass became the ture. _
bride of Frederick Oddy in a COFFEE SHORTENING
at the
double ring ceremony CUB PACK TO
First Baptist Church, Flagler HOLD OUTING
Beach, at 6 p.m. Saturday, June
Cub Pack 472 will hold their 1. t6 49
12. The ceremony was perform. 3 II, 490Can
after. Can
pack meeting on Saturday
ed by the father of the bridegroom
at 3 o'clock at Bulow State
Rev., William Oddy Pa. noon Limit 1 with $5.00 or"more food order
latka. Park, Pack Leader Billy Tld- Limit 1 with $5.00 or more food order
well said today.
Miss Bass is the daughter of They will also enjoy a weiner
I Mr. and Mrs. William Bass, of roast, he said. GOLD MEDAL PLAIN OR S. R. HERSHEY'S
Flagler Beach. Oddy is the son
of Rev. and Mrs. William Oddy, Guests of Arthur Babbitt this'' FLOUR 5 rb 49'' SUGAR.a 39'
725 S. 18th St., Palatka. week were his son and daughter B ;
Given in marriage by her law children, Lt. Commander .
in and
I Limit 1 with $5.00 or more food order Limit 1 with $5.00 or more food order
full
father, the bride wore a and Mrs. James A. Bab.
length silk organdy and chan bitt and children, Jim Jeff, and
tllly lace gown of traditionalwhite. Lisa. They are stationed In 21/1 SHURFINE HALVESPEACHES FRESH PRODUCE -
The fitted bodice was all Washington D.C. with the V,S.
lace with a batteau neckline In Navy with headquarters in the 3 for 79 LARGE FIRM HEAD
I scallop motif with wrist length I Pentagon. They reside in An.
pointed sleeves. A panel of lace nandale Va. LETTUCE 2 for 33-
fell from the waistline to the I' 200 FT. DOW
hemline in the ''front, while tiers In the Bunnell School Honor HAND '
of lace and organdy formed a Roll last week 7B grade should
chapel train. She wore a crownof have been Janet Haines in placeof WRAP pkg 39 0 YELLOW
organdy and lace flowers the Janet Harris which was
etched in seed pearls from whicha reported to us. CORN 6 for 29''
veil of illusion cascaded to her I Janet flames Is the daughterof MORTON .
fingertips. Her flower was an Mr. and Mrs. V. W. Haines
orchid on a white bible. of Flagler Beach. SALT Box 1 10
, Maid of honor was Judy Bar. GEORGIA
) ber, Daytona Beach. Brides.maids Mr. and Mrs. Walter Knightare
' were Orvilene Turpen, vacationing in the Nolan HI "C" 46 oz. CansDRINKS PEACHES 2 Ibs 29
I Flagler Beach, and Mrs. Nancy apartment on South AlA. They
Shields, Edgewater. The flower have as their house guest Mrs. 3 for 89 P
girl was Mary Beth Bass, Or. Knight's sister Mrs. Horace
J lando, niece of the bride. Locke of Tampa.Mr. FROZEN FOODS
" The best man was Arthur No. 303 SUNLITETOMATOES
Oddy St. Augustine, brother of and Mrs. Tommy Durrance 6 oz. SEAL SWEET
1 the bridegroom. Ushers were and daughters Rebcca and Le. 8' T ORANGE
I Norman Oddy, brother of the ona Ann are vacationing at JUICE -T
. bridegroom Palatka, and Wayne the beach and are residing In
Donaldson Lake City. the Davis apartments on Central 300 VAN CAMPS
After the ceremony there wasa Ave. PORK &
I reception at the Flagler BEANS for T DAIRY
Woman's Club Flagler Beach. Mr. and Mrs. Robert Frenchare
Assisting were Mrs. Eunice Bass, vacationing here and are located KRAFT FRESH
Orlando; Mrs. Betty White Bun. on Central Ave. 4 oz. LYKES VIENNASAUSAGE ORANGE
nell; Mrs. John Klllebrew Pa.
latka; Suzy Greenhow, Daytona Mr. and Mrs. Andy Yelving 5 for9 JUICE '
Beach; Mrs. Joan Schatz, Flagler ton have moved to the beach QT.35
Beach and Joann Cockrell Bun. and are located In the Chaffee
, nell. Mrs. Judson Stryker Jr., apartments on South Central UVUW.%

kept After the a bride's honeymoon book.trip to the Avenue. 50 FREE 50150 FREE 50 50 EXTRA FREE 50PAGE

West Coast the young couple
will be at home at 12 Clnclnatl Subscribe to The Hogltr Tribune S & H GREEN STAMPS S & H GREEN STAMPS J S & II GREEN STAMPS

Ave., St. Augustine. The bride. SLSQAYCAB With this coupon and your With this coupon and your; With this coupon and your
groom Is an aircraft electricianat purchase of One ; purchase of One 2 tt I purchase of One 24 oz.
Inc., St. Augustine.
Fairchild O. F. ALTORD Cattlemen's Loaf | Can Faultleu
I Registered BAR.B.Q SAUCE | VELVEETA CHEESE ; SPRAY STARCH 69c
; Mr. and Mrs. T. Davock of
I Royal Oak, Mich., are vacation. Real Estate Broker Coupon Expires Coupon Expires ,' Coupon Expires
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Bride Honored

With A Shower
ThursdayNell 8tttAM 1& 59c.

Johnston whose marriage .
to Don .Cartmlll, was ai I LEE ASHLEY ALFORD
event of Friday evening at the
First Methodist Church wa; Mr. and Mrs. Don Alford of S. D. A. CHOICE BEEF SALE
honored with a bridal showe. Jacksonville are the parents of
Thursday morning at the Broad .a son born June 16 In a Jacksonville BOTTOM ROIMDOR
away home N. Anderson St. hospital. He weighed ROAST lb. 89
Hostesses were Mrs. Broadaway I six pounds and 12 ounces. lie UHF
Mrs. Dale Brown and Mrs. Wll was given the name of Lee


Ham Featured Wadsworth.In the bridal decorations Ashley.He is.the grandson of Mr. and ROUND STEAK lb. 98
was a unique tree
Mrs. II. F. Wray and Mr. and
fashioned of white nylon net
Mrs. O. F. Alford of Bunnell.
and which held a number of
small kitchen articles.
Dinner guests of Mr. and Mrs.
Choice Juicy Lykes "Sugar Creek"
Nell Johnston M. B. Fuller Tuesday were their
And Attendants nephew and neice Lt. Com ALL
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Honored ThursdayNell mander and Mrs. James A. Bab. MEAT STEW lb 69FRANKS 12 oOjkl' 39

Johnston whose marriageto bitt and children Jim, Jeff and C
Lisa of Washington, D.C. The I
,Don Cartmlll was an event! Lean WesternPork
of June 18, and her attendantswere Babbitts are here visiting with

Luncheon honored Thursday.at a Bridesmaid's Hostesses relatives. Loin ROAST lb. 69'

for the luncheon were Mrs. Rob. Enjoying a Father's Day get.
the J. D.
ert Bertha and Mrs. William together sunday were
Deen. Barber family. They enjoyed a
at picnic and dinner at Bulow Our Value
The luncheon was given 303 can
the Deen home. East Moody State Park. HERSHEY'SSUGAR
Blvd. The Hawaiian theme was Present were: Mr. and Mrs. TOMATOES 3 35 C
carried out in the menu and Carlisle Byrd. Seville; Mr. and for
also the decorations on the patio Mrs. C. G. Varn, St. Augustine;
Mrs. Ellie Shaw and son, Dennis
and poolside. and Mrs. Lilly Buchanon of Pa. Our Value 300 Can lb
Guests Included the bride her 5 29*
latka Mr. and Mrs. Shelton Bad
maid of honor. Kit Link of MI. ; PORK &BEANS
Barber and sons Gary and Michael Ea. IOC
Allen and
ami; bridesmaids Ida Limit 1 with
$5.00 food order
or more
Bunnell Karen Mr. and Mrs. J. H. Mc.
Gloria Johnston ; I
Cartmlll Greenville and Lynn Knight, Jr., and Mr. and Mrs II
Dudley of Miami. Also the flow J. D. Barber of Bunnell. I French's 6 01. Jar

er girl Debby Cartmlll Green Mrs. Wanda Kintz and MUSTARD Hi-C 46 01. Can
daug
ville. Also present were the 2 ,.,25*
bride's mother Mrs. A. B. John. ter of Chicago, Ill., were here FRUIT DRINKS 3
last week business and $100
ston and the bridegroom's moth.: on pleas. for
er, Mrs. J. C. CartmIll of Green ure.
vllle.
Mr. and Mrs. C. H. Cowart and -DAIRY SPECIAL-
Mr and Mrs. Rob Deen were In
Carlmill.J ohnston CRISCO I
Naples last week attending the
Wedding Rehearsal mid-summer conference of the Pillsbury 8 01. Can
Party Thursday ,
Following the Cartmlll.Johns.I I I I Florida Cattlemen's Association. 3Tnb58C! BISCUITS 4 for 35eLimit

ton wedding rehearsal Thursday Sheriff and Mrs. P. A. Edmon
evening the wedding party In. son left Tuesday to attend the 1 with $5.00 or more food order

vited to the Franklin Cauley Sheriffs Convention in Sarasota FROZEN FOODS
Home East Palm Avenue fora Florida. They will return home -

steak supper, Friday.
The supper was served at the FRESH PRODUCE L D. Frozen "CRINKLE CUT"* 2 Ib Plc,.

pool side. Thirty members of Rev and Mrs. Howard Porter
the wedding party and friends I' of the First Methodist Churchof North Carolina FRENCH FRIES Ea. 39C
were present Bunnell were In DeLand Tuesday .
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attending a meeting of the PEACHES fge
Nell Johnston DeLand District Stewards. It Ib .
Honored withA was attended by district minis Gingham Girl (Plain or Self.Rising)
Shower ten, their wives and district Fre.h -
Bride-Elect Nell Job rut or I stewards. FLOUR
was honored last week with a STRING BEANS Ib 19c

bridal shower and splash part Mrs. Daisy Buckles returnee ,
S Dlbag
given by Mrs. Franklin Caule home last weekend from the Yellow 43e
at her home East Palm Avenue Halifax Hospital In Daytona
Invited guests Included twtntyflve Beach where she underwent ONIONS (NO LIMIT)
fOe
of her friends and school I surgery Ib
mates. Mrs. Cauley used a color -..
scheme of yellow and white In Dr and Mrs. Allan Reynolds

her favors, refreshments and and children Patty, Peggy, AI : iii IM.a.As rii abr. .
decorations around the poolslde ten and Frank, spent the past : I 50
weekend In Mllner Ca.' visiting
Mr. and Mrs. L. II. Drady had with Mr. and Mrs. J. K. Garrett.
as their guests for the Father's Mrs. Garrett Is the former Mary with coupon purchase with coupon & purchase with coupon & purchase
of 3 to Tin Armour's of 20 Ib -
Day weekend his son and fame Reynolds of Bunntll. and Is the (1) (1) Bag of Any
> Spiced Luncheon Meat CHARCOALCoupon BROOM MOP
lly Mr. and Mrs. Curt Drady and I sister of Dr. Reynolds.Mr. or
Coupon Void After Void After Coupon Void After
Gall and Darlene, of
daughters
Columbus Georgia. and Mrs. Andrew Zalew Sunday June 27, 1965 Sunday, June 27, 1965 Sunday June 27, 1965

ski have as their guests this
Dr. and Mrs. Frank Reynolds week their son and his family
have returned from a visit In Mr and Mrs. Richard Zalewskland
Illinois and Ohio, with friends family of Indianapolis. Ine!.
and relatives. During the time
they visited In Cnmdvtlle. Ohio, Recent guests of Mr. and Mrs. I
and attended a reunion of Mrs. Wallace Weeks' were his uncle aIJIfffflJJJj"1ThJ$ jJ '.1I 1
Reynolds' graduating class of and aunt. )(r. and Mrs. V H. : I

Denlson University On their re Sexton of Tucson, Arizona. II III II:..
turn trip they visited In Indiana I

and ,North Carolina. I I

Guest of Mr and Mrs. J. D. RIJIEW roURDRIWf Phone 4373227
Barber during the past weekendwas LICENSE r L OPEN SUNDAYS UJL No. 1 BUNNELL
Mrs. Barber's sister, Mrs. WRING YOUR 8.00 a.rru-1 lOO p.m.

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PRICES; GOOD THURS., FRI., SAT., QUANTITY RIGHTS

Lt JUNE 24, 25, 26, 1965 RESERVED
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t\I I II : U S D A CHOICE GRADE BEEF IS NOTHING NEW


I'J'Ji f i r $ m fq AT THE FLAGLER FOOD STORE
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A U.CHOICE BEEFFLA.


GRADE "A" D & D LEAN ALL BEEF
WHOLE GROUND

\ FRYERS Ib 29 BEEF 3lbsa ill 47


Limit 3 Please
LEAN & FLAVORFULU.
S. CHOICE GRADE BEEF SMOKED


POT ROAST Ib 3Q PORK CHOPS Ib 98'


ARMOUR'S STAR
2 oz. JIFFY QUICK FROZEN SMOKED


/ STEAKS -59'' PICNICS i 33'

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Faye Bass and here they have purchased a
i Kenneth OddyExchange home In Vinice Park on Palmetto .
ARMOUR'SVEGETOLE
i Vows St., and will be residents of FOLDERS
Flagler Beach in the near fu.
I Alice Faye Bass became the
ture.
bride of Frederick Oddy in a COFFEE SHORTENING
double ring ceremony at the CUB PACK TO
First Baptist, Church, Flagler HOLD OUTING
Beach, at 6 p.m. Saturday, June
Cub Pack 472 will hold their 1 t6 49
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12.. The ceremony was perform. 311, 49
ed by the father of the bride. pack meeting on Saturday after. Can Can
Rev.. William, Oddy, Pa. noon at 3 o'clock at.Bulow State
groom Limit 1 with $5.00 or' more food order
latka., Park, Pack Leader Billy Tld- Limit 1 with $5.00 or more food, order
well said today.
Miss Bass is the daughter, of They will also enjoy a weiner
Mr. and Mrs. William Bass, of roast, he said. GOLD MEDAL PLAIN OR S. R. HERSHEY'S
Flagler Beach. Oddy is the son
of Rev. and Mrs. William Oddy, Guests of Arthur Babbitt this
FLOUR 5 tb,49' SUGAR 5 tb 39-
725 S. 18th St., Pal atka.Given' week were his son and daughter
in marriage by her In law and children, Lt. Commander 'Bag
1 father, the bride ,wore a full II and Mrs. James A. Babbitt Limit 1 with $5.00 or more food order. Limit 1 with $5.00 or more food order

length silk organdy and chan and children, Jim, Jeff, and
tllly lace gown of traditional SHURFINE HALVES
Lisa. They are stationed in FRESH PRODUCE -
white. The fitted bodice was all Washington, D.C. with the U,S.
lace with a batteau neckline in Navy with headquarters in the PEACHES 3 for 79 LARGE FIRM HEAD
scallop motif with wrist length Pentagon. They reside in An-
pointed sleeves. A panel of lace nandale, Va.
LETTUCE 2 for 3311
fell from the waistline to the 200 FT. DOW
hemline In'the 'front, while tiers In the Bunnell School Honor HAND .
of lace and organdy formed a Roll last week 7B grade should
chapel train. She wore a crown have been Janet Haines In placeof WRAP 39' YELLOW
of organdy and lace flowers
the Janet Harris which was
etched in seed pearls from whicha reported to us. CORN 6 for 29'
veil of illusion cascaded to her Janet Haines is the daughterof MORTON
fingertips. Her flower was an Mr. and Mrs. V. W. Haines '
orchid on a white bible. of Flagler Beach. SALT Box
f Maid of honor was Judy Bar. III GEORGIA

*,i ber,. Daytona Beach. Brides. Mr. and Mrs. Walter Knightare
y maids were Orvllene Turpen, vacationing in the Nolan HI "C" 46 oz.; Cans PEACHES 2 Ibi
Beach, and Mrs. 29C
Flagler Nancy
i' apartment on South AlA. They
Shields, Edgewater. The flower have as their house guest Mrs. DRINKS 3 -89*
girl was Mary Beth Bass, Or. Knight's sister, Mrs. Horace
lando, niece of the bride. Locke, of Tampa. FROZEN
FOODS
The best man was Arthur No. 303 SUNLITETOMATOES
Oddy, St. Augustine, brother of Mr. and Mrs. Tommy Durranceand 6 oz. SEALD SWEETORANGE
1< the bridegroom. Ushers were daughters, Rebcca and Leona 8T
Norman Oddy, brother of the, Ann, are vacationing at JUICE 6
bridegroom, Palatka, and Wayne the beach and are residing In rorlOO
Donaldson, Lake City. the Davis apartments on Central 300 VAN CAMPS .
After the ceremony there was
Ave.
a reception at the FlaglerWoman's I PORK & BEANS 8 for $100
I Club, Flagler Beach.' Mr. and Mrs. Robert Frenchare DAIRY
Assisting were Mrs. Eunice Bass,I vacationing here and are located KRAFT FRESH
Orlando; Mrs. Betty White, Bun on Central Ave. 4 oz. LYKES VIENNASAUSAGE ORANGEJUICE
nell; Mrs. John Killebrew, Pa.

latka; Suzy Creenhow, Daytona Mr. and Mrs. Andy Yelvtng- 5 rorlOO '
Beach; Mrs. Joan Schatz, Flagler ton have moved to the beach QT.35'
Beach and Joann Cockrell, Bun
I nell. Mrs. Judson Stryker, Jr., apartments and are located on In South the Chaffee Central ........"....................... UVV\VVVA -..."."....."............................."Jso

kept After the a bride's honeymoon book.trip to the Avenue. FREE so so EXTRA FREE Cfti- > 50 EXTRA FREES SOS

West Coast, the young couple
will be at home at 12 Clnclnatl Subscribe to The Plogfor,Tribune & H GREEN STAMPS S & H GREEN STAMPS S : & II GREEN STAMPS
Ave., St. Augustine. The bride. S2JQAYEAB
groom Is an aircraft electricianat With this coupon and your With this coupon and your With this coupon and your
Fairchild, Inc., St. Augustine.Mr. purchase of OneCattlemen's purchase of One 2 tb purchase. of One 24 oz.
O.F.ALTORDHeal LoafVELVEETA Can Faultless
and Mrs. T. Davock of B.pten4 BARB-Q SAUCE I CHEESE SPRAY STARCH 69c

Royal Oak, Mich. are vacationing Estate Broker Coupon Expires Coupon Expires
y at the Massie Motel one BuniMlL Florida Saturday, June 26, 1965 Saturday,June26s1965 Saturday, June 26, 1965
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Bride Honored SAUSAGE 1 1t


ThursdayNell With A Shower 8tdM >, 5ge :,

Johnston, whose marriage -
to Don Cartmlll, was an LEE ASHLEY ALFORDMr. '
event of Friday evening at the
First Methodist Church, was and Mrs. Don Alford of U. S. D. A. CHOICE BEEF SALE !
honored with a bridal shower Jacksonville are the parents of .
Thursday morning at the Broad. .a son, born June 16 In a Jacksonville BOTTOM ROUNDOR gl
away home, N. Anderson St. hospital. lie weighedsix ROAST lb.
Hostesses were Mrs. Broadaway, pounds and 12 ounces. lie RUMPROUND
Mrs. Dale Brown and Mrs. William was given the name of Lee

Featured Wadsworth.In the bridal decorations Ashley.. lb.
He is the grandson of Mr. and STEAK 98
was a unique tree,
Mrs. H. F. Wray and Mr. and
fashioned of white nylon net ,
Mrs. O. F. Alford of Bunnell.
and which held a number of .
small kitchen articles.
Dinner guests of Mr. and Mrs.
Choice Juicy Lykes "Sugar Creek"STEW
Nell Johnston M. B. Fuller Tuesday were their
And Attendants nephew and nelce Lt. Com :ALL
Honored ThursdayNell mander and Mrs. James A. Babbitt MEAT If 69' FRANKS r.jklr' 39''

Johnston, whose marriageto and children, Jim,Jeff, and C ;
,Don Cartmill was an eventof Lisa, of Washington, D. C. The Lean Western
June 18, and her attendantswere Babbitts are here visiting with

Luncheon honored Thursday.at a Bridesmaid's. Hostesses relatives. Pork Loin ROAST lb. 69
i
Father's :j
for the luncheon were Mrs. Rob. Enjoying a Day get
ert Bertha and Mrs. William together.Sunday were the J. D.
Deen. Barber family. They enjoyed a
The luncheon was given at picnic and dinner at Bulow Our Value 303 can
the Deen home East Moody State Park. HERSHEY'SSUGAR
Blvd. The Hawaiian theme was Present were: Mr. and Mrs. TOMATOES 3 ,350
carried out in the menu and Carlisle Byrd Seville; Mr. and ,.
also the decorations on the patio: Mrs. C. G. Varn, St. Augustine:
I Mrs. Ellle Shaw and son, Dennis,
and Guests poolslde.included the bride, her and Mrs. Lilly Buchanon of Pa. Our Value 300 Can 5 B 29* j

maid of honor Kit Link of Miami :1 latka; Mr. and Mrs. Shelton PORK &BEANS .
; bridesmaids Ida Allen and: Barber and sons, Gary and MI. Ea fOe Limit 1 with $5.00 or more food order
Gloria Johnston, Bunnell; Karen chael. Mr. and Mrs. J. II. Me
Cartmill, Greenville, and Lynn I Knight Jr., and Mr. and Mrs:
Dudley of Miami. Also the flow I J. D. Barber., of Bunnell. French's 6 oz. Jar

er girl, Debby Cartmlll, Green. Hi C Can
the Mrs. Wanda Klntz and daug MUSTARD Z lor5e
ville. Also present were
bride's mother Mrs. A. B. Johnston I ter of Chicago, Ill., were here FRUIT DRINKS 340; :$100
and the bridegroom's moth. ] last week on business and pleas.

er, Mrs. J. C. Cartmlll of Green ure.
vllle.
Mr. and Mrs. C. H. Cowart and DAIRY SPECIAL
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Mr. and Mrs. Rob Deen were In
Cartmill-Johnston CRISCO I
Naples last week attending the
Wedding Rehearsal Pillsbury 8 o:. Can
midsummer conference of the .
Party Thursday
Following the Cartmill-Johns- I Florida Cattlemen's Association. 3 Tiny: 58C BISCUITS 4 r.,3Se

ton wedding rehearsal Thursday Sheriff and Mrs. P. A. Edmon
evening the wedding party invited ton left Tuesday to attend the Limit 1 with $5.00 or more food order

to the Franklin Cauley Sheriffs Convention In Sarasota, FROZEN FOODS -
Home, East Palm Avenue, fora Florida. They will return home
steak supper.The ,
supper was served At the-- Friday. FRESH PRODUCE *"B> Frozen "CRINKLE CUT" 2 R Pu.

pool .Id.r-nirty members of I Rev and Mrs. Howard Porter
the wedding party and friends I I of the First Methodist Church N.rthc.r.Hn. FRENCH FRIES Es. 39e

were present. i, of Bunnell were In DeLand Tuesday 1
attending a meeting of the PEACHES n,19e
Nell Johnston DeLand District Stewards. It
Honored withA was attended by district ministers Gingham Girl. (Plain or Self.Rising)
Shower their wives and district
Bride-Elect Nell Johnston stewards. STRING FLOUR
was honored last week with a BEANS If 19efellow
bridal shower and splash party Mrs. Daisy Buckles returned
given by Mrs. Franklin Cauley home last weekend from the S Bbag 43*
at her home East Palm Avenue. Halifax Hospital In Daytona
Invited guests Included twentyfive Beach where she underwent ONIONS fOe (NO LIMIT)
of her friends and school I surgery. Ib
mates. Mrs. Cauley used a color 4
scheme of yellow and white In Dr and Mrs. Allan Reynolds
her favors refreshments and I and children, Patty, Peggy, AI I IM.A.b Mnr.b M.ir l.

decorations around the poolslde. weekend len and In Frank Mllner spent, Ga.,the visiting past I j 50 I I iooI I I 50 I I Iwith

Mr. and Mrs. L. II. Drady had with Mr and Mrs. J. K. Garrett. *
as their guests for the Father's Mrs. Garrett Is the former Mary coupon & purchase with coupon & purchase with coupon & purchase
Day weekend his son and family .' Reynolds of Bunnell, and Is the of U) 3 tb Tin Armour's'' of (1) 20 tb Bag of Any -
,I sister of Dr. 1 Spiced Luncheon Meat < CHARCOALCoupon BROOM or MOP
Mr. and Mrs. Curt Drady and Reynolds. I
II Coupon Void After < Void After C Coupon Void After
of
Call and Darlene,
daughters I, June 27 1965 Sunday June 27 1965 ( June 1965
Columbus, Georgia.Dr. Mr. and Mrs. Andrew Zalew Sunday, Sunday, 27,
ski have as their guests this
and Mrs. Frank Reynolds week their son and his family
have returned from a visit In Mr, and Mm Richard Zalewskl
Illinois and Ohio, with friends and family of Indianapolis, Ind.
and relatives. During the time
they visited In Grandvllle. Ohio, Recent guests of )ft. and Mrs..
FOOD
and attended a reunion of Mrs. Wallace Weeks were his uncle '"II ROOGEfiS
Reynolds' graduating daA of and aunt. Mr and Mrs. V H STORE
Denlson University On their re* Sexton of Tucson. Arizona.
1II Is'
turn trip they visited In Indiana JJ111J Giij1111
and North Carolina. I

Guest of Mr and Mrs. J. D. RENEW TOUR "IIJJJ Phone 437-3227
Barber during the past weekend mmuctm !,' OPEN SUNDAYS UJ.No.1 BUNNELL
was Mrs. Barber's sister, Mrs. WRING YOUR 5:00 -ItOO p.m.
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agers. The results have been, i (i tors in the St Johns Park area IN TUB CIRCUIT COURT SEVKNTII .
Note to Teenagers JUDICIAL CIRCUIT OP
for the most ,part, negative. I CONSERVATION who are doing land leveling or FLORIDA IN AND FOR FLAGULKR

: land, smoothing.. COUNTY. IN CIIANCKUr
"Go Home"From Very appropos to the holidays NO. 508
BI JANE B. BUCKMAN,
Twent-three state legislatures
/ ,
being held by our schools Is the NEWS Plaintiff

article we ran across published I Tilmon W. Robinson Including Florida, have recently ....**
Times
Morrrille Alcoa JAMES WILLIAM BUCKMAN. JR.
resolutions
passed
urging stronger
MaryTille Tennessee I in another newspaper. It will J. B. Pelllcer, cooperator with federal support for soil and Defendant.NOTICII .
be viewed with favor by some
Soil Conservation
have been countless essays and with : the Flagler water conservation districts. IN TilE NAME OF THE STATE9IM'IfJWl&113.
There of our readers some I I
District in the St. Johns Park : -
articles and editorials writ. disfavor by others.Here's I The number of farms in the BUCKMAN, JR.,
the problems of teen I Community, recently completedland U. S. decreased 3 percent in 1964 Rural Route No. I. Box 226 Cape
Xen on- Qlrardeau. MissouriYou .
the way It goes: leveling operations on a and land In farms decreasedby are hereby required I to answer
block of his cropland. the Complaint for Annulment
' Always we hear the plaintivecry 1 percent.
the
filed hereinagainst you In
: of teenagers: I. above entitled cause by filing your
CLASSIFIEDAIDS. v Pelllcer used a rotary-type, Answer with the Clerk of the Circuit -
1 "Where can we go.,. ? tractor drawn pan to move approximately Subscribe to The Flagler Tribune Court. Bunnell, Florida, on ,or
1965, and serving a
9,
before July
"What 'do. .. ?
can we
5300 cubic yards of $150 A Tear In Advance true copy of said
I can make some suggestions.GO consistedof Plaintiff attorney: ln VDu De-
dlrst The operation LOACH. 302 Bank of New 8m"naJ3ulldlnc
( HOME. cutting dirt from the high New Smyrna peach. Flor-
HASTINGS MATTRESS Ida.
this heading are and distributing it over fall lest Decree Pro
Listings under Hang the storm windows, places Herein not a
3 cents a word, each Insertion in & UPHOLSTRY WORKS Confesso. be entered against you.
\1 paint the woodwork.- Rake the the depressions, resulting a The Flagler Tribune" is hereby

1 75 cents is the minimum charge. leaves. Mow the lawn. Scrub very moderate, uniform slope. 710-12 Lemon St. designated which this Notice as the shall newspaper be published In

i I I HELP WANTED-Kitchen help. the walk. Wash the car. Learnto The conservation practice of Palatka. Florida once a week for four (4) con-

i! Call Malphurs Restaurant Phone cook. Scrub some floors,' Re. land leveling is used primarilyto Phone EA 5-9166 ecutvle WITNESS weeks.my hand and official

: |\ 4373471. 6-24-tfc pair the sink. Build a boat. Geta increase efficiency In seepage Furnltu-% Upholstering seal Florida at Bunnell.this Ira day Flagler. of June County A.D.,
& Refinished
Repaired
Irrigation of crops, however it lU5.
: FOR SALE-3 bedroom home In Job. often results In Improved drain Mattresses & Box Springs (Seal) E. A. SMYTHE
Beach completely furnished the minister the Red Made to Order.Also Renovated Clerk of Circuit Court
Flagler Help age as well. A carefully con By Julia R. Harvey

$5,500 cash. Givens Realty Cross, the Salvation Army. Visit trolled engineering survey and Call Laura Alter"Morris 437-3233 J. BOYD DeLOACnDePuty Clerk
6:00 P. M.
4392035. 6-24-tl the sick. Assist the poor. Study made and drawn by S02 Bank of New Smyrna Bldg.
plan up
PRICES REASONABLE. New Smyrna Beach. FloridaAttorney
I DUE TO DIVORCE we have a your lessons. And when you are Soil Conservation Service technicians j BUDGET PLAN IF NEEDED. for Plaintiff.
through and not too tiredreada June 10.17.24 A July 1-4 tcI.
was to make I Just as near as
repossessed 65 model swing necessary your ---
I' book. Phone or Post Office \ Till! COUNTY JUnRFTO! COURT
work.
the land leveling operation
Dial O-Matte Zig Zag .
needle lAND FOR FLAGLKR COUN.TV.
Your parents do not owe you J. V. Ford Walt Pelllcer andE. I Drop Us A Card or Call FLORIDA. IN PROBATE.
f' like new, makes thousands ,of entertainmentYour Free Pick-up &,Delivery CASH! NO. 700
: fancy stitches, makes automatic L. Pellicer are other coopera- In lie: Estate of
4 town does not owe I ARLIDOE E. 8KAMBLEN.
I buttonholes, sews on buttons, you recreational facilities. Deceased.

l blind hems, monograms, dams, NOTICE
The world does NOT owe TO ALL PERSONS HAVING ANT
4 payments of ,$7.49. Ph. Credit 24 JlourWrecker CLAIMS OR DEMANDS AGAINST
255-6431. you a living. THE ESTATE OF: ARLIDQE E.SIIAMDLEN. .
ft
Mgr. Daytona You owe your time and energy Service Deceased.
6-24-2tp You and each of you are hereby
and your talents so that no one notified that an r DeclaringAdministration

FOR SALE-2 bedroom furnished will be at war or In poverty, or for : Estate of
ARLIDOB E. SIIAMBLEN. Deceased
home located on 3 lots sick, or lonely again: Flagler Truck & Tractor CO. as unnecessary has beenentered
by the Honorable T. K.
150 x 150 feet on Stone St. Call In. plain, simple words "Grow McKnlght. Judge of the CountyJudge's

4373546. 6-24-ltp Up: quit being a cry-baby;;, get MASSEY-FERGUSON Florida. Court, Flagler County,

I out of your dream world; de. I Grove Industrial Equipment Kindly govern yourself accord--
"GEORGE" ingly.
velop backbone, not a wishbone First publication. June 10. IMS.
We are small but mightyWe and start acting like a man bra VIRGIL DECKER Phone ID 7-3242 T. K. MCKNIGHT county Judge
,
June 10-17-24 A July 1-4tc
are young but solid lady." I Owner Bunnell, Florida _

We are opening this county Amen. IN Tile CIRCUIT COURT OF
S J1'1.AGLER ('ot' TY. FLORIDAIN
We need men who need to earn i CIIANCKRY NO. sore

,. $10,000.00 and more per year LOUIS CATANEO., Plaintiff_

\ We need men who are not i I CATANEO.vs.MARY' .

, afraid of hard work & long hours "I Defendant.

I We need men Interested In servo the hundreds of THE STATE NOTICE OF TO FLORIDA DEFEND TO; .

; ing public welfare .: join MARY 727 Manhattan CATANEO Avenue
i We need men to train for managerial ''ll' Brooklyn. New York.
trainIng thousands of Floridians already You are hereby notified that a
(30
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It period)' ** above entitled cause and you
; are hereby required to file your answer
We need men Jo earn while they enjoying perfect indoor comfort with the Clerk of this Court
learn and to serve a copy thereof upon
the plaintiff or. plaintiffs attorney,
$433.00 monthly guaranteedwhen whose name and address Is:
every day of the year thanks to SAMUEL V. HOLCII
110 North Third StreetPalatka.
qualifiedIF Florida,
safer cleaner not later than July 5
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cheaper .le:5pro:
You have an auto-over 21- bond. If you fall to do .
confesso will be entered against
able-ambitious-wish to represent you for the relief demanded In the
flameless reverse-cycle bill of complaint. nature of
ar company now expandingIn said suit being orT divorce.

your area-get in on the WITNESS my hand and seal of
said Court this 4th day of June
. ground floor-be the first to yourareayour electric air-conditioning. A. P. 1565.OBcial .
neighbors & friends ( Seal) E. A. 8MYTHE
Clerk of said Circuit Court
may soon be working under Et In I By Julia R. Harvey
COOLS summer. WARMS in winter.So Deputy Clerk
your supervlslon-For details 'June 10-17-24 July 1-4tc
YEAR.ROUND-RIGHT for
write to a I
NOTICE OF 1NTKNTION TO
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Florida homes. ss
"George"P. ItK.UIVTER FICTITIOUS NAUR
In compliance with House Bill
O. Box 758 1171. Chapter 20)S2. Laws of Floe
Clerwater, Fla. ida Acts of 1)41, as amended the
undersigned will register with the
6-24-Itc Clerk of the Circuit Court In and
for Flaglvr County. Florida upon
receipt of proof of publication of
,WANTED-Acreage and lot list. this notice the following fictitious

Ings in Flagler County. Sun name:
Bunnell Sod Form located at
State Realty, Charles Trad, associate Highway No. 11. Highway No. 100.Bunnell. .
Florida under which we
743 Main Street, Daytona will In the business of sellIng -

Beach. Ph.. 255-5242, resl- sod and that the undersignedare
: the only persons Interested la
dence 255-1791.: said business.
EI Dated at Dun Dell. Florida, this.
Ith day of June. A. D. DM.
NIMROD Camping Trailers for KARL KNARR.

Sale. Moody's Pharmacy, Bun. ir.ti June VIw1CE 10-17-24 E.* RAULERSON July 1-4tpNOTICR

nell. May 13-tfCOX'S
OF INTKNTION TO
IIEUI.TKR FICTITIOUS NUn!
UPHOLSTERY, Bunnell No. 1I7S. Chapter 20)92. Lawsof

Fla. Hwy. 11, will pick up and Florida, Acts of 1)41.
/ as amended, the undersigned will
deliver all furniture free. For register with the Clerk of the Circuit

sample material and prices qn is County.Court Florida.In and upon for receipt Flagler of

labor call 4373673. April 22-tf proof of publication of this notice
the following fictitious name:
Munch and Lunch, located at
SEPTIC TANK cleaning; drain Flatter Beach. Florida under which
shell. Reasonable I will engage la the business of
fields Installed snail
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Shucks it's Restaurant on South AlA and that
prices. Call George Ja eaSy. Prices i al'e'way down.Safe, flame- the undesldgned Is the only person
siNCtm< Interested In said business.
roz. ,ID 7-3410 8-1-tf less reverse-cycle air conditioning now costs so little that the winter con or Dated at Iluaaell. Florida, this
4th day of June A. D. !>(}.

CONSTIPATED? heating feature is almost free bonus. One compact unit saves uvmtUP 11% Flagler Mrs. Ruth I... Brandt.b. Florida.P.O. Box Ml.

To prove rUUN-EVAC containingPrunes June 10-17-24 A July l4tc

Bmo-o-theet. Figs best A Senna and most Is natural world's apace and the extra coat of separate cooling and heating systems. IN TIIR roUNTTlurMJR s cOt RT.

lasaU. hurry toMOODTS PHARMACYI Now, with Sunshine Service electricity a bigger bargain than ever, rticror BatesIL's IN .AND FLORIDA FOR *FLAnLKR IN IHOBAT eotx.TV .


I it tablets I :O for FREE tie. Over SAMPLE 1.000.000sold or BO easy to enjoy the comfort and convenience of year-round air lucncrrr IN JOHN C.'t RK: R.No.Estate NF.LWOV.of
Deceased.
each year. DOWN
conditioning. Beat the heat now! See your air conditioning contractor PE1t lfnAv
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JOHNSTON'SFLAGLER or appliance dealer today. TILE ESTATE OF: JOHN n. N'ELSON. -
I Deceased.
BEACH REALTY CO You and each of y 011 are hereby
notified that a. order
declaring administration -
LOTS HOMES OCEAN FRONT "' the estate ot JOHN
,
I R. NELSON Deceased as unae
WATER FRONT, FARMS ee-
lar, baa been .
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ACREAGE == 1: T. K. KNlaJlT.. Judge of
the .. .
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> Phone HE 9-2242 r conna yourself accord-

Residence Phones ID 7-3C91 O cr::::: Ingly. T. K. JlcXH10ltT

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carrier, Enterprise.I; of 22 knots without re- I
largest ship In the world, steam- fueling along the way.


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ly Cummins, Rankle Hodges, Brenda Aaron Ida Allen, Cheryl Skolar. ClAm.ATI'EriDANT I I EQUIPPED
Middle Row: Steve Neely, Mary Pache, Wayne Dixon Jack Abbott, Jack Wetherlngton, BuzzyMcKnlght AMBULANCES
Mike Hornsby, James Flsch, Marie Fleurie, Danny Quantz.
Phone ID 7-3532
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PAGE EIGHT THE FLAGLER TRIBUNE, BUNNELL, FLORIDA Thursday, June 24, 1965

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Note to agers. The results have been i i tors In the St. Johns Park area IV TUB CIRCUIT COURT SBV-

Teenagers, for the most ,part, negative. I CONSERVATION who are doing land leveling 01 ENTII JUDICIAL, IV AND CIRCUIT FOR FLAOLKK OPFLORIDA. -

I land smoothing. COUNTY. IN CIIANCKRY
"Go Home"From Very appropos to the holidays I NO. MMS '
BTTilman Twent-three state legislatures, JANE B. BUCKMAN.
being held by our schools Is the NEWS Plaintiff

Morrrille Alcoa Times article we ran across published I W. Robinson including Florida have recently ..**
JAMES WILLIAM BUCKMAN JR. '
passed resolutions urging strong.
MearyrUle Tennessee In another newspaper. It will with Defendant.NOTICES .
J. B. Pellicer cooperator
I be viewed with favor by some I er federal support for soil and
the Soil Conservation I
Flagler
There have been countless es of our readers and with some' I water conservation districts. IN THE NAME OF THE STATE .
District In the St. Johns Park OF FLORIDA. TO .
says, articles and editorials writ. disfavor by others.Here's I The number of farms In the JAMES WILLIAM BUCKMAN. JR..

ten on- the problems of teen : Community, recently completed U. S. decreased 3 percent In 1964 Rural Route No. 1. Box 226 Cape

the way It goes: land leveling operations on a and land In farms decreasedby Glrardeau.You are Missouri hereby required I .to answer

Always we hear the plaintivecry block or'his cropland. 1 percent. the Complaint for Annulmentfiled
hereinagainst you In the
of teenagers: above entitled cause by filing your
CLASSIFIEDADS. v Pellicer used a rotary-type, Answer with the Clerk of the Cir
"Where can we go... ? tractor drawn pan to move ap Subscribe to The Flogier Tribun cult Court. Bunnell Florida, on or
"What can we do. .. ?" SUO A Year In Advance before July 9, 19(5 and serving a
proximately 5300 cubic yards of true of said
I can make some suggestions.GO dlrst The consistedof Plaintiffs copy attorney: ln:: VDu Do.
i HOME. operation LOACH. 302 Bank of New Smyrna
cutting dirt from the high Building New Smyrna peach, Flor-

Listings under this heading are Hang the storm windows, places and distributing It over HASTINGS MATTRESS Ida.Herein fall not lest a Decree Pro
:3 cents a word each insertion. the resulting in avery & UPHOLSTRY WORKS Confeaso be entered against you.
paint the woodwork.' Rake the depressions,
75 cents is the minimum charge "The Flagler Tribune" U hereby
leaves. Mow the lawn. Scrub moderate, uniform slope. 710-12 Lemon St. designated as the newspaper In
which this Notice shall be publish
HELP WANTED-Kitchen help. the walk. Wash the car. Learnto I The conservation practice of Palatka Florida ed once a week for four (4) con

Call Malphurs Restaurant. Phone cook. Scrub some floors,' Re. land leveling Is used primarilyto Phone EA 5-9166 ecutvle weeks.WITNESS my. hand and official

4373471. 6-24-tfc pair the sink. Build a boat. Geta Increase efficiency In seepage Furnltu- Upholstering seal at Bunnell. Flagler County
I Repaired & Refinished Florida, this 3rd day of June A.D.
Job. irrigation of crops, however it : 1J85.
FOR SALE-3 bedroom home in often results In Improved drainage Mattresses & Box Springs (Seal.) E. A. SMYTHE
Flagler Beach, completely furnIshed Help the minister the Red I Made 10 Order Also RenovatedCall Clerk of Circuit Court
as well. A carefully controlled By Julia R. HarveyJ.
$5,500 cash. Givens Real. Cross, the Salvation Army. Visit Laura Morris 437-3233 DeLOACnDePuty Clerk
6-24-tf engineering survey and Alter'6:00 P., M. BOYD
ty 4392035. the sick. Assist the
Study
poor. Smyrna BIdg
lessons. And when plan made and drawn up by PRICES REASONABLE. OeZwB: rNBe FloridaAttorney
DUE TO DIVORCE we have a your you are Soil Conservation Service technicians BUDGET PLAN IF NEEDED. for Italntlff.
through and not too tiredreada June 10.17.24 & July 1- 4tc
repossessed 65 model swing : was necessary to make) Just as near as your ---

needle Dial-O-Matic Zig Zag book. the land leveling operation work. Phone or Post Office IV TilE COUNTY JUDGE, COURT
IV AND FOR FLAGLRH COUN-!'
-Your do not Drop Us A Card Call
parents owe or
like new, makes thousands of you J. V. Ford Walt Pellicer, andE. I TY. FLORIDA. IV 1'HOUATK.
Free
&
entertainment.Your Pick-up Delivery CASK NO. TIN
fancy stitches, maWs automatic I* Pellicer are other coopera- In He- Estate of
town does not, owe
ARLIDGE E. BHAMBLEN.
buttonholes, sews on buttons,
Deceased.
you recreational facilities
blind hems, monograms, darns, NOTirR
The world does NOT owe TO ALL PERSONS HAVING ANT
4 payments of $7.49. Ph. Credit
you a living. 24 HourWrecker CLAIMS OR DEMANDS AGAINST
Mgr. Daytona 2556431. THE ESTATE OF: ARLIDGE E.SHAMULuN. .
You owe your time and energy Service Deceased.You .
6.24.2tp and each of you are herebynotified
and your talents so that no one that an Order Declaring

FOR SALE-2 bedroom furnish. will be at war or in poverty, or Administration of the Estate of

ed home located on 3 lots sick or lonely again; Flagler Truck & Tractor CO. AKLIDGB as unnecessary E. SltAMBLEN.has been Deceased

Stone St. Call In plain words "Grow entered by the Honorable T. K.
150 x 150 feet on simple McKnlght. Judge of the CountyJudge's

4373546. 6-24-ltp Up: quit being a crybaby; get MASSEY-FERGUSON Court. Flagler County,

-GEORGE" out of your dream world; develop I Grove Farm Industrial Equipment Florida Kindly. govern yourself accord
In.I,.
backbone wishbone
not a First publication June 10. IMS.
We are small but mighty and start acting like a man bra VIRGIL DECKER Phone ID 7-3242 T. K. G County judge
We are young but solid June 10-17 4 A July I-Jtc
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lady. I Owner Bunnell, Florida
We are opening this, countyWe Amen. IN TIIH CIRCUIT COURT Oil'FI..tGLF.R

need men who need to earn CIIANCKHY COUNTY.NO. MT FLORIDAIV

$10,000.00 and more per year LOUIS CATANEO., _
Plaintiff
We need men who are not y.

afraid of hard work & long hours r MARY CATANEO Defendant.
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We need men Interested In servo .A'.p !NOTICK' TO )I FEND
; THE STATE OF FLORIDA TO:
the hundreds of
ing public welfare ,\ Join MARY CATANEO
We need men tq train for man. 717 Manhattan Avenue
Brooklyn New York

agerial positions' ((30, day train., / ; ;' :: ,thousands of floridian already suit You has are been hereby filed notified against that you ''In a,
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We need men to earn while they enjoying perfect indoor comfort are swer hereby with the required Clerk to rlt this our Court.an*

learn and to serve a copy thereof upon
the plaintiff or plaintiffs attorney,
$433.00 monthly guaranteedwhen whose name and address I.:
of the thanks
day to
quaUfied' every year SAMUEL 110 North V.Third HOLCII Street


IF safer cleaner cheaper not later Palatka.than July Florida'. A.D. IMS.
You have an auto-over 21- bond. If you fall to do so. decree proconfesso
able-ambitious-wish will be entered againstyou
to represent
for the relief demanded in the
a' company now expandingIn Nameless reverse-cycle bill of complaint. The nature of
w said suit being for divorce .
your area get In on the WITNESS my hand and HAl of

ground 1ioor-be the first to said Court this 4th day of JuneA.
your electric air-conditioning. I). 1165.Olncial .
area-your neighbors friends ( Seal) E. A. BUYT1IE
Clerk of said Circuit Court
may soon be working 'under By Julia R. Harvey
COOLS in summer. WARMS in winter.So Deputy Clerk
supervision details
your June 10-17-14 A July 1- tcOK
write to YEAR.ROUND.RIGHT for

Florida homes. NOTU"FJ IVTKVTIOV TO
"George"P. Rlinl%TKR FICTITIOH NAME
O. Box 758 In compliance with House Bill
r 1171. Chapter SOUS. Laws of Florida
Clerwater, Fla. ;. .. S : 4 Acts of 141, as amended, the
jTi undersigned will register with the
6.24-1tc Clerk of the'Clreuit Court In and
for Flagler County Florida, uponreceipt
,WANTED-Acreage and lot list. f of proof of publication I of
t this notice the following fictitious
Ings In Flagler County. Sun -s u name:
" Hunnell Sod Farm located at
State Realty, Charles Trad, as Highway No. 11.. Highway No. ltd.

' sociate, 745 Main Street, Day. llunneU.. Florida under which wewill
In the business of sellIng -
iona Beach. Ph.. 255-5242! resl- sod and that the undersignedare
the only persons Interested la
dente 2551791. said business
Dated at Bunnell. Florida this
NIMROD Camping Trailers for Ith KARL day of KNABR.June A. D. IMS.

Sale. Moody's Pharmacy, Bun. V1LOICE B. RAUL.ERAON
-.srL June I-17-14 A July 1- tpNOTIfK
nell. May 13-tl

or INTENTION TO
UPHOLSTERY, BunnellFla. H :UI"TKR FicTmom NAME
No. 117$. Chapter 20 S3. Laws
Hwy. 11, will pick up and of Florida. Acts of till.
all furniture free. For as amended the undersigned will"cl.ter
deliver
with the Clerk of the Circuit
sample material and prices \n Court In and for Flagler.
County, Florida, upon receipt of
labor call 4373673. April 22-tf r proof of publication of this netlce
the following tb.UI: name
drain Munch and at
SEPTIC TANK cleaning;
pcl-r Beach. Florida under which
fields Installed; snail shell. Reasonable I will engage In the business of
Shucks it'S eaSy. Prices down.Safe flame- Restaurant on South AlA and that
prices. Call George Ja- are 'way the undesldgned Is th' only per
IUICI1I son Interested In said business.
roz. ID 7.3110 8-1-tf less revene-cy cl e air conditioning now costs so little that the winter COST cr Dated at Bunsen Florida. this
4th day of June. A. D,

9lj JJ.1F21alnlnc; heating feature is almost a free bonus. One compact unit saves ,: Flagler Mrs. Ruth leach Brand Florida.f, .0.6Dot 211.
To pro
June
Prunes- -th Fig. beet A Sennas and most natural* space and the extra cost of separate cooling and heating systems. iv Tii.Tr U-17-34 t. A July .1 COCK-"lie


laiatlve, hurrr toMOODY'S PHARMACYfor Now, with Sunshine Service electricity a bigger bargain than ever, "Ie"terrrattx.. TV.iv AND rWRIPA.FOR FLAGLER IN .ROaATI couVi'

FREE SAMPLE or C.ICE Uo.
It tablets generous for tin Over 1.009.000 1t'llD easy to enjoy the comfort and convenience year-round air nrmlClTf IN' IK: Estate of
old each year. oolllt3flc JOHN R. NELPOV. Deceased
conditioning. Beat the heat now! See your air conditioning contractor TO NOT

_..AIMIt Oil DEMANIDA1 AY3A1
JOHNSTON'SfLAQLER or appliance dealer today. THC F.8TATE or: JOnN' n. NELSON. RRT-
: Deceasedj
BEACH REALTY CO. notlfl d that as of iron
OCEAN order .ecl ring ad.
LOTS. HOMES, FRONT
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BUNNELL HIGH SCHOOL-JUNE 4, 1965I The Navy's nuclear-powered ed nearly 33,000: miles-at an average

aircraft carrier, Enterprise,I of 22 knots without refueling ,i I
largest ship in the world, steam. along the way.

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FOR EFFICIENT SERVICE COME TO

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Seated: Candy Lovell Heidi Elsenbach Gloria Johnston Cynthia Cobb Janet Salyerds Bever. CONDITIONEDCHAPEL AIR LADY OXYGEN
ly Cummins Rankle Hodges Brenda Aaron Ida Allen Cheryl Skolar. I| ATTENDANT I EQUIPPED !
Middle Row: Steve Neely Mary Pache Wayne Dixon Jack Abbott, Jack Wetherlntfon Buzzy AMBULANCES

McKnight, Mike Homsby James Flsch Marie Fleurle, Danny Quantz. Phone ID 7-3532
Back Row Ted Worthington Albert Johnston Bo King Elbert Tucker Johnny Scale Mike ,
Church Levi Brannam, Scotty Crews Butch Anderson, Walter Townsend Thomas McDaniel. 201 E. MOODY BLVD. BUKNELL. FLORIDA



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Brother of Mrs. mental horticulturists, have test. With reasonable care mlnla-' sections of tossed away refrigerator U.S. MEXICO BORDER CHANGEA
Bradley Dies ed a number of small roses. I tures produce more blooms than coils. slight alteration has been
ThursdayThomas The tiny blossoms, resembling the larger varl ties of roses. Both made In the United States-

Filson Hunt, 76, of Hybrid Teas, measure only an types require the same con. The trellises are painted leaf Mexico border. Mexico lost landalong"
Jacksonville, brother of Mrs. A. Inch across when fully opened. ditions for best growth. green to blend in with the foli the Rio Grande when the
You can use them as cut flowers Roses like fertile soil and
age. river shifted
G. Bradley of Espanola, died course in the 19th
j in arrangements and for plenty of sunlight, along with
An exchange of
last In Jacksonville century. treaty
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Thursday Trellises constructed of similar
into small The
tying corsages. good drainage. The soil pH .
ratification early in 1964
after extended Ill restored
hospital an plants when potted make fine should range between 5.5 and items or any amalgamationof
to Mexico
ness. patio specimens. 6.5, 'as extremely acid or alkaline scrap will make a lasting a large partof
lie born In Lake City and El Pahso's Chamlzal zone.
was resting place for and
They have had good results soils usually produce poor creepers I
Four miles of the Rio Grande
had resided in Jacksonville since with the "Tom 'Thumb" rose growth. vines. Best of all, such trellises
1919. lie member of the I will be relocated in a concrete
was a take the stoop out of flower cut
grafted foot standards of I
on one
I Reasonable care also Includes
Wesley Memorial Methodist tings. I channel along the new boun
Rosa fortunlana rootstock. The
watering and fertilizing when I
Church there. He was a retired dary.Let's .
'researchers favor this rootstock
needed, protection from insects ----- -
driver with the Motor Transit
because it appears to be resist. and disease prevention. I
Co., serving with the ,
I company
soil borne diseases and to
ant to -
Black spot is the 'worst disease
from 1920 to 1940.
Survivors Include his widow, pesky root-eating nematodes. I of"roses. Symptoms of the Celebrate "
The grafted roses make very
fungus are spots on leaves
Mrs. Eunice Hunt, Jacksonville;
3 daughters, Mrs. Bonclle Druryof good growth with minimumcare showing irregular or radiating 4th Anniversary Party
and produced a large quotaof
Atlanta, Ga., Mrs. Grace Wilkinson margins. The spots vary from
and Mrs. Virginia Spears, blossoms. pin-head size to half the widthof Buffet Music by Don Thibault Trio
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Varieties tried Included pink the leaf. The larger spots
both of Jacksonville; 1 son, Em. .
mett F., Atlanta; 2 brothers, W. Cinderella, Red Imp, rose pink often are surrounded by a yel 31. to 7 P. M. SUNDAY, JUNE 27
Midget, Cutle, Robin and Pink low halo.Infected. '
C. of Orlando, and Ruel of New i
sister Cameo. The first ones are bush leaves turn yellow EVELYN'SHighway
Orleans; 1 Mrs. Lula I
1 Bunnell. Funeral : plants, while the last one is a and fall from the plant. In case
Bradley services
AlA 5
Miles So. of Marincland
were Saturday afternoon. climbing rose. Some of the old. of complete defoliation, the -
t i er varieties that grow well in plant dies.Prevention.

Florida are red Tom Thumb, I of black spot is ,ti'

; State and Local rose pink Pompom de Paris and the best approach. Many rose
FOR ALL HOURS-DAY OR NIGHTpHONEVA1ey4625
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red Oakington Ruby. fanciers spray or dust'their rose

t| Taxes Show Gain The Cinderella Is the favoriteof gardens'weekly throughout the
visitors who tour the
most .yearas1 a safety measure. Other AMBULANCE

During Fiscal 1964 University of Florida's rose trial gardeners apply fungicides only, | '
plots. It is not available from during' the rainy season... A SERVICE

f i Taxes and other revenue'col.. the: university. A local nursery I number of new, chemicals, like.I ST. AUGUSTINE. FLORIDA
lected by the State of Florida can order you a bush of this M.45, are said to be effective
Novel be hesitant about calling a Garda Ambulance. Wo
and by local governments together petite plant from up-north grow. \ but old stand-by remedies include .
are always at your service with promptness, safety and
I totaled $1,619,200,000 dur ers this fall. either maneb or captan.
ing the past fiscal year, the All miniature roses listed ap.1 Trellises I experience- \
Florida State Chamber of Corn- pear to grow well In Florida Here is a unique idea for attractive
Equipped With Oxygen Resusitator and Inhalator
mere reports. provided they are grafted on trellis work. Florida

"An eleven percent gain over I Rosa fortuniana. Popular demand Agricultural Experiment Station Garcia Funeral HomeP.
the 1963 fiscal year wa sregls- I may soon tempt local workers ,have constructed a
tered by this local-state collec nurserymen to propagate these number of vine holders from E. GARCIA; Licensed Funeral'' Director

tions figure compared with an I grafted plants, predicts orna- discarded storm fence posts as LADY ASSISTANT
8 percent Increase throughoutthe mentalists. standards, decked with bent
nation. I
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I "The state local collections in

Florida were made up of $480 e .
500,000 in all types of property

taxes (up 4 percent); $777,800,*
000 in other levies usually called I
consumer taxes (up 18 per.
1 cent) ; ,and $360,900,000 in fees,

eral licenses revenue and miscellaneous(up 6 percent)gen..

'The amount the state and L:
local governments spent in FlorIda !

i!: was greater than the amount 1Li
p collected and came to a grand

f total of $1,927,400,000. The difference : :
between receipts and :
expenditures (or $308,200,000)was
I partly supplied by the federal .

government and partly by
borrowings. icy
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"Outstanding debt of these
governments in Florida totaled

$2,547,900,000 on July 1, 1964: up ,
\ 8 percent over 1963, the sameas

the national Increase. Cash ....
4 and security holdings by the
l V'$111' rl
state-local governments In Florida .. p

gained 14 percent during ...
p 1963-64 and stood at $1,781,600 Lj

000 at year's end."

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If life's problems are big

j thorns in your side, ease the Corvair by Chevrolet
t tension with small thorns. Plant .

1 miniature roses. .. '

One wag said he grew miniature It's stylish, sporty and available with up to 180 frisky Car We ..t .
roses because they were in "We'd feed the Corvair into. .
horsepower. See below what car experts say about Its a'
size of his "
proportion to the compact the turn with increasing
car and his ultra-small unique engineering handling.Then see your dealer force on the steering wheel, -
house squeezed on a p1nt size and see what a wonderful I buy you can get right now I applying as much power as

was available and come
lot.But regardless of the reasons, Het Rod wild speeds-with smooth scorching out the other end

these delicate, thorny, flowering "On tight corners will intent and no sign of sway." of the curve without so
plants can add beauty to your hold its own with anything Meter Tread much as a tailwag."

garden. To discover the best on the road.: "Not counting the Corvette Sports UhittraUd

way to grow miniatures, orna Sports UkutnUd Corvair has the closest ". new American Orts

J "On test runs at GM's thing to performance handling car that will be eminently SEE THE U.s.A.
,h Michigan proving grounds characteristics you'll acceptable at rallies but
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the Corsa started and find on this side of the that can, in the American THE NO. 1 WAY
: JoMarWell stopped with no dipping, ocean, with no sacrifice in manner, double at church
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and it cornered-even at ride qualities." picnics."

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