The Flagler tribune
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Permanent Link: http://ufdc.ufl.edu/UF00079914/00290
 Material Information
Title: The Flagler tribune
Physical Description: Newspaper
Language: English
Publisher: s.n.
Place of Publication: Bunnell Fla
Creation Date: July 29, 1965
Publication Date: -1981
Frequency: weekly
Subjects / Keywords: Newspapers -- Bunnell (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Flagler County (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Genre: newspaper   ( marcgt )
newspaper   ( sobekcm )
Spatial Coverage: United States -- Florida -- Flagler -- Bunnell
Coordinates: 29.4675 x -81.256944 ( Place of Publication )
Dates or Sequential Designation: Began in 1917?
Dates or Sequential Designation: -69th year, no. 36 (Sept. 3, 1981).
General Note: Mrs. M.B. Fuller, editor.
General Note: Description based on: Vol. 43, no. 20 (June 2, 1955).
Funding: Funded by NEH in support of the National Digital Newspaper Project (NDNP), NEH Award Number: PJ-50006-05
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Source Institution: University of Florida
Holding Location: University of Florida
Rights Management: All rights reserved. Board of Trustees of the University of Florida
Resource Identifier: aleph - 001024369
oclc - 33425664
notis - AFA6237
lccn - sn 95047251
System ID: UF00079914:00290
 Related Items
Preceded by: St. Johns tribune
Succeeded by: Palm Coast news
Succeeded by: Flagler/Palm Coast news-tribune

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,t 120 Certificates REV. TOM PINNERANNOUNCES Florida School I MRS. FLATHMANNDIED Band Director


t',' ". Given Swimmers SUNDAY TOPICSRev. Improve Faster : Louisa Flathmann of Gives Date of

f In Summer Program Thomas Pinner of the Than National i Flagler Beach passed away un-1 I Summer
expectedly Wednesday after. Program
First Baptist Church has announced : I j
II. I his sermon topics for I "Florida schools are noon. Mrs. Flathmann was born j
Coach Bo Manuel reported In Balimtore, Md. and had resided Howard N. Carson band
this Sunday. I ing at a faster rate new
there were 120 certificates Improv.1 In Flagler Beach with her director at Bunnell School
I tional averages, the i High ,
for his
4. who The topic Sunday morning *
' warded to the swimmers
State Chamber of son and daughter In law for the ,announces the opening date of
sermon will be "Why Did I
} participated In that part of the at Cod Harden Pharoah's Heart-' ported In Its Weekly Business I past eight and a half years. I the summer band program for
l Summer Enrichment Program 1 I Review. She was 80 years of age. !beginning students and all pres'ent .
School.Twentyseven j Then Curse Him. The evening: I
the Bunnell t
Survivors Include and
f' a son < band members of both theI
y certificates were sermon topic "The" Sorrow of A!I "This Improvement," the trade I'! daughter In law, Mr. and Mrs. I "little" band and the high
r presented to those who participated i Lost Love Affair. body said "is measured by official l' August Flathmann; one erand. ( school band. .

In the reading class. A reports of expenditures In daughter, Mrs. Joyce Hartman,I .
book was presented to Patricia Why Weathermen each state. In Florida, all and three grand children, all of Opening day schedule Is set
Harding as a special award. monies spent for education Flagler Beach. t j ffor Monday, August 2, at the
r Coach Manuel said'he would Use Girls' Names i added up to $673,600,000 per. The body will be sent to Bal :I bandroom In Bunnell. Parents
r. like to extend special thanks,I cent more than during the 1963 timore for funeral services and ,: who wish to start their children
l, to the following men who acted For HurricanesNames fiscal 'year compared with a 10 I Interment. Local arrangements }Ion' a band Instrument should be
r as managers of the Pony Leaguer percent national average In. are under direction of Craig at the bandroom, Monday morn.
r and Little League teams: Till of hurricanes for the crease. I I I Funeral Home of Bunnell. : Ing at 10:30: accompanied by
man Robinson, Shelton Barber, 1965 season range from Annato "The Florida total Includes their children. Instruments can
: Joe White, "Whit" Whitaker, Wenda. $112,600,000 for state universities be rented at this time or pur
Homer Zimmerle, and Leslie The Weather Bureau Isn'tII and public Junior colleges; $15-I Will Rebroadcast chased, If the parents so desire.

F Pache. t playing games In giving hurricanes 300,000 for specialty schools for A special meeting of band
II girls' names: it has a the handicapped and others; National Drivers I students going Into tho seventh

Bunnell Auto serious purpose. $471,900,000 for the operation of 30th and eighth grades .t Bunnell
Use of short, easily remembered regular public secondary: schools, Test August I High School this year, has been
Supply Moves To names helps to avoid errors Including salaries; and f called for Monday afternoon,
r In the transmission of vital 000 for new buildings $73.800'.1 The highly successful "Nation. t, August 2, at 2 P.M. '
Harris Building Information between widely ment In these secondary: schools. al Drivers' Test" will be re* Mr. Carson would like to meet
[ (I scattered stations, ships at sea, "With Florida's population I broadcast on the cBs television with all present band members,
. The Bunnell Auto Supply Is:!and hurricane hunting planes standing last at network Monday, August 30, 10 including, 8, 9, 10, 11, and 12th
In the process of moving this]I I that fly Into the center of the the total expenditure year 5:105,000'1 to 11 P.M., EDT, and a com grades, Monday' night, same
r week to the Harris Appliance'''storms. pletely new version of the test date, at 7:30.:
tlon In the state means a per
Building on West Moody Boulei The names reduce confusion capita figure of a few cents over II I will be broadcast In May of 1966 Mr. Carson comes from Ste.
South' It is announced by Fred W. Genevieve, Missouri, having
Yard. The building on when two or more tropical Cyclones $118. On the basis of this figure I
Highway 1 which housed the occur at the same time. Florida shows up well. It i Friendly, president of CBS News. been band director there for the

Company was badly damagedby I In 1950, for example, four unnamed placed the state ahead of all I Both the rebroadcast and the past eight years. He receivedhis
last Muter of Science Degree
a fire there Thursday.The hurricanes simultaneously '
southeastern states ahead of
; 1966 edition will be sponsored
fire started In the apart. from the University of Illllnols
whirled across the Gulf of
four New England states and oil The
; by an company. same
In the second of the In 1997. He and his family,
ments story Mexico, the Caribbean Sea, and surprisingly ahead of Missouri was of the
The blaze, by the sponsor which Includes his wife Nancy, .,
building. the Atlantic Ocean. Warnings and Pennsylvania and right beside first edition of tiThe National
fine work of the Bunnell Vol' four .da ,hten. Elizabeth, Lu
about one storm ,were mistakenfor
: Ohio. and New Jersey. Drivers' Test" broadcast last May
Fire, Departments, two Anne, Susan,' and' Amy Lee (3
uoteer another hundreds of miles calculations '
These Include and ,which, It claimed, was '
f fire engines and the Flagler days old) presently will reside
away. all state and local education seen In more than 18 million
Beach Fire was con in Flagler Beach.
; Department Storm Called Alice funds plus federal aid for school homes.
fined mostly to the upper story To avoid this kind of misunderstanding lunches and for Impacted areas. ,
I of the building. However the, hurricanes In the I They do not Include educational The National Safety Council, LIONS CLUB INDUCT
1 Auto Supply Company on the three areas were designated bya grants for special research projects which cooperated In the production I TWO NEW MEMBERSThe
r ground floor of the building I phonetic alphabet (Able, Baker or costs of agricultural experiment and promotion of the first I
i suffered heavy damage, from Charlie, etc.) In 1951 and stations." show, will rpeat Its role In the Bunnell Lions Club met
smoke and water to their 1951 In 1993, the Weather Bureau rebroadcast and the 1966 edition. r Tuesday at the Civic Center.
.uP'1 Don Moore and Prather
P plies. Grady
began christening the trop HOME FROM GIRL I "The National Drivers' Test"Is were Inducted as members Into
( ical disturbances with girls'names. SCOUT CAMP a cornerstone of the Safety I the Club.
,. Sermon Baptism.Holy The first was a minor'early Council's driver
Flagler County Girl Scouts returning Improvement There were three guests at
Communion season storm called Alice.
program, other facets of whichare I the meeting, Frederick Fruits,
this week after two
In I960, a semipermanentroster
First Methodist
At the NSCs advertising council
t Thurman Barrow and Jack lIolt.I .
weeks at Camp Tlcochee, Barber.
of four sets of names was
, "The Lifting Power of Christ," vllle were Cheryl Kinney, Lady campaign for driver im I. Fred Fruits was presented a'
Introduced. A separate set Is I
will be the sermon subject of provement and Its driver Improvement 12 attendance pin at the
I used each beginning with Rodgers. Sharon Pache, Cherry year
; Rev. E. E. Snow Sunday at First the first name year In the group. Wadsworth. Jackie Murray, I. country courses across the July 13th meeting.

I Methodist Church. The Scriptureverse After four the rotation of Catherine Harris, Kay and Jan
will be "Humble your. years The rebroadcast Is timed for Baptist Church
selves In the sight of the Lord, sets major begins hurricane again. Whenever affects the a Perryman. four days before the start of the Bib!. School

and He will lift you up," James JACK CLEGG NAMED Labor Day weekend. The new ,
United States Its Is Begins Monday
I name retired *
4:10.: TO DISTRICT 1966 version will be broadcast
,r' Preceding the sermon Miss for 10 years and another LEGION POST before Memorial Day weekendnext Preparation Day a day for
Caroline Regina Deen will be substituted.The spring.Dinner registering and orientation, for
dedicated In Holy Baptism. She '1965 names are Anna, Jack Clegg has been appoint. Vacation Bible School will be at
Is the daughter of William Betsy Carol. Debbie, Elena, ed to serve as Fifth District 2:30: Saturday afternoon July
Welch Deen, Jr.. and Carol Craig Frances, Gerda, Holly, Inga, Chaplain of the American Le MeetingFor 31st, at First Baptist Church.
Deen. Grandparents are Mr. and Jenny, Kara, Laurie. Martha, glow He was named by District This program will be concluded ''I
Mrs. William Welch Deen, Sr. Netty. Orva Peggy, Rhoda, Sadie Commander John Conroy of Club TuesdayThe by a parade.
and Mt. and Mrs. James Onlell Tanya Vlrgy, and Wenda. Ormond Beach. The Bible School will begin
Craig. Also present will be the Because so few names start Flagler Senior Citizen Monday morning, August 2nd,
,. great-grandmother, Mrs. S. H. with Q. U, X, Y, and Z. theyare Club will hold Its next meetingon for one week each morning
Cameron. omitted altogether. Before his wife's name. Many women Tuesday, August 3, In Com from 8:30: to 11:30. The Com
Following the sermon Holy abandoning those letters, the write: "Please name a hurricane raunlty Hall at the Municipal mencement will be at the 8 o*.
Communion will be given when Weather Bureau came up with after me"Suggestions Building Flagler Beach. There clock service at the church Sun..
all Christians present will be Quells, Udele. Xmay, You.. Zen have been mad will be a carry-In supper start day evening. August 8th. :
Invited to come under the great da, and the like. to designate hurricane by Ing at 8 o'clock after which the
Invitation of the Methodist Though there are only 21 Creek letters (Alpha, Beta, clubroom will remain open for IABHOW FAMILY I
Church. Tfe that do truly and names on each list, there Is lit Gamma), names of animals those who wish to stay and play ATTEND REUNION I
earnestly' repent of your sins, tie chance of running short. The (Antelope, Bear, Coyote), descriptive cards or other games. IN DELANO SUNDAT
and are In love and charity with largest number of tropical disturbances adjectives (Annoying, This will be the second of.: The Claude Barrow family at. 1
your neighbors, and Intend to recorded In the Gulf- Blustery, Churning), or Infamous three meetings scheduled tor the tended a picnic and reunion on
lead a new life, following the Atlantic area In one season Is men (Attila Bluebeard, summer "All members are urged I Sunday at DeLeon Springs. They
commandments of Cod and 21: the least, two. Cain). to come out next Tuesday," said I were joined by relatives from
walking from henceforth In Ills The hurricane season runs I Naming hurricanes Is not anew .Club Chairman IUv C. Lester DtLand for the day
Holy Ways draw nigh with from June 15 to November 90. practice. For several hundred .I Stanton, "as plans will be made The Barrows son Donny, stationed .
faith, and take this Holy Saov Only a few storms haw been years many West Indian for an outing later in August." with the Navy In Jack.
aunt to your comfort and make I recorded before or after those Hurricanes were named after sonvllle. was home for the week.
humble confession to Almighty dates. saints on whose days they ar I WALTER OUEAL I end and enjoyed the affair along *
Cod meekly kneeling upon yourknftL. NosiM: Arena Comments rived. Residents of Santo Domingo .. NAMED TO LOCAL with his family,
The public Is cordiallyInvited. Weather Bureau officials re I called an 18M storm HOUSING AOTHORTTT I I
peatedly have to declare that "padre Ruiz"" for a priest who Secretary of State Tom Adams II Porpoises In the colony at Marirvtland -
In naming storms they don't was being burled when It struck.A .I has announced the recent com. I I require lea than one
Making blankets and rugs Is have particular individuals In hurricane that hit Florida missioning of Walter K.. Creal I I second to Inhale and exhale
a relatively new art to Navajo,, mind. Yet an occasional angry In November 1935; was dubbed I of Bunnell as commissioner of :their breath by explosive bursts
Indians. They dldnt learn weavIng I i husband does complain when a F "Yankee Storm because It the Flagler County llou.lnl r through the blowhole breathing
until the 18th century. 'particularly nasty storm bean moved from the north. I Authority. apparatus atop their heads.


Thursday, July -2$: 1965
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about The orangutan half a million, once, is numbered now almost j jI ,-
extinct. Only 2,000 to 5,000 jJ
are believed to survive in the LICENSE ,. jI J
NOTES Jungles of Sarawak, Sumatra DURING YOUR I I
and North Borneo. BIRTH MONTH I .
Football season is once again
just around the corner, says
Coach Bo Manuel. "Arrange
ments have been made at the CLASSIFIES D
Bunnell General Hospital for ..+
you to get your physical examination Nb
Thursday afternoon, August ADS
12, from 2 to 5 P.M. or on
Saturday afternoon, August 14,
Ll.tl.sa mailer Ibis hecila* are i s eeats ear w.r4 per lasrtl.a.
from 2 to 5 P.M. 75 eats U a.lalraas eears..

"You should have the doctor FOR SALE-22' Cris-Craft Sport. SOMEONE TO ASSUME 11
sign the student participationand fisherman, 115 H.P. Chrysler Motor I PAYMENTS ON You Need
parental approval form, head and galley, sleeps 2,, SEWING MACHINE i
then get your parents signatureon ship to shore radio, fathometer, DIAL-0-MATIC ZIG ZAG
the card and bring it with outriggers, bait box, anchor; etc. Dial-it Sew.lt Built-in Designs
you to the first practice sessionat Completely equipped for off. Makes Button Holes Etc. ,
8 A.M. August 16. I and tackle extra, can be seen at $35.40 Cash or
Bing's Fish Camp, Hwy AlA. Al 6 payments $6.00
"Bring with you shorts, T.I I Zamba, 211 6th St. N. 4392119. Call Anytime 255-6733 Collect
shirt, socks and athletic support. 7.29.1tc ATLAS SEWING CENTER GOODPrinting
er to practice.. We will work out 228 Volusia Ave. Daytona Bch.
in shorts approximately one WANTED Lifeguard for City of 7.22.2tc
week before uniforms will be Flagler Beach. Red Cross Certificate I
Issued. HELP WANTED Permanent Job
on first aid required. Ap
for general office worker. PalParker's
ply City Hall, Flagler Beach.
Football Insurance will cost Real Estate, 2284 South
$17 per player' this year. Due July 29-ltc AlA Highway, Flagler Beach.
to the Increase In the cost, of
the football insurance, we are FOR SALE-3 bedroom house, WANTED Substitute bus drivers
asking each player who playsto 408 N. Church St, Bunnell. Contact qualifications are health cer
pay $3 of the Initial cost. This C L. Jones. 7-29-ltp tificate and chauffer's license.

does not include student insurance WANTED TO BUY old glass, Apply office of Superintendent
which is an additional Public Instruction in the court.
china, ware, clocks, regardlessof
If wish to take out house. 7-29-ltc
$2.75. you condition, (no electric or
24 hour coverage the cost will alarm) also old china dolls. WANTED Substitute teachers,
be $12.75 this year. Flagler Beach Antique Shop minimum requirements of 60 semester
The coaching staff anticipates Jct. AlA &: Highway 100 hours or two years of
having a fine year again. The July 1522.293tp college. Apply at Office of Public .
success of our team this year Instruction, courthouse.
will depend largely on your DIAL-O-MATIC .ZIG ZAG, re- July 29-ltc
willingness to make the neces possed 65 model, like new, ENVELOPESINVOICES
sary sacrifices to win." makes hundreds of fancy de. OPENING for Rawleigh Dealerin
signs, makes automatic button. Flagler County. Mrs. Ed Noles
SUMMER BASEBALL holes, sews on buttons, blind now completing 6th year in adjoining .
LEAGUES WRAPUP stitches, monograms, embroid. locality and is securing
Little League Batting AT- ers, darns, patches, etc. Assume good business. Write Rawleigh,
erages based on six games. remaining 4 payment of $7.45. FAG.360.701, Memphis, Term. LETTER HEADS
Player Team Av. Ph. credit mgr. Daytona, Anytime 7-29-ltc
) .737 at 2556431. 7.22.2tp
Jay Townsend (Dodgers
Jim Simmons, Cardinals .579 WANTED-Acreage and lot list. BUSINESS CARDSSTATEMENTS .
Townsend Dodgers .737 SEPTIC TANK cleaning; drain Ings in Flagler :COunty. Sun .
Jay Dan Zimmerle,, Cardinals .500 fields installed; snail shell. Rea State Realty, Charles Trad, as.
.471 sonable prices. Call George Ja- sociate, 745 Main Street, Day.
Martell Cardinals
.467 roe, ID 7.3410 8-1-tf tona Beach. Ph.. 255. 242, residence .
Mike Manuel, Braves
Charles Flood, Cardinals .417 /->/- -V-N/'p>*-'V S 2551791.

Geo. Wetherington, Braves .375 JOHNSTON'SFLAGLER COX's UPHOLSTERY, Bunnell,I BILL HEADS

David Hlgginbotham, Cards .316 BEACH REALTY CO. Fla Hwy. 11, will pick up and
Dudley Improta, Dodgers 2.86 LOTS, HOMES, OCEAN FRONT, deliver all furniture free. For RULED FORMS
Hutch King, Dodgers .286 WATER FRONT, FARMS, sample material and prices on
t" Pony League batting averages ACREAGE labor call 4373673. 7-1-tf
based on 9 games lee tu for your real estate needs
and TAGS
Player Team Av. Office Phone HE 9-2242 FOR SALE-3 bedroom home In
Wade Thornton, Whito Sox .750 Residence Phones ID 7-3691 Flagler Beach, completely furn
ished, $5,500 cash. Givens Real.
James Robertson, Yankees .500 or ID 7-3517
Miller Yankees .400 ty, 4392035. 6-24-tf
Billy """-' ''-'" -
Cliff Wetherington, Yankees .367 CIRCULARSANNOUNCEMENTS
Cliff Wetherington. Yankees .367
Mike Robinson, White Sox .333 In Florida,
Johnny Taylor, Yankees .300
Batting crown, pony league, after a day's fishing
Wade Thornton: batting ,crown,
Little League, Jay Townsend. beer's the one... ;, .
Most valuable player-Pony
League. White Sox, Dan Flood; for good taste,

. Yankees Little ,League Cliff Wetherington.-Cardinals, Phil good fun We Don't Do The MostPRINTING

Martell; Dodgers, Jay Townsend; r
Braves, Mike Manuel.
League Standings
Pony League Won Lost M
White Sox 7 5
. Yankees 5 7' r.

. Little Cardinals League Won 5 Lost 3 sr: But We Do Some of the Best

Dodgers 4 4 J
Braves 3 5

Ducks would do well to study
their birth certificates as only
mallards or black ducks more
than two generations removed
from the wild may be shot on Dial
private hunting preserves. Wherever you fish for sport-on the 437-3282

ocean, by the booming.surC or on some

m>ir 3ft.glff UribantBUIINELL. quiet country pond,it's great at the end
of the day to head for a rewarding glass of beer.
While you're talking over the ones that got away tt

MRS. u. a FULLER. Editor the that didn't .
I or pan-frying ones ,you enjoy the '

o..l..t" ..w...... I.. aU hearty taste and-cool refreshment only a glass of TheFlagler .
... ....
Legal .11. beer can give you so well Yes, whatever your

Entered second ela. matt.r lport-bow ling or strolling,golfing or gardeninga

February. at u.Bunn. HIS..li. Florid atUie. uod pojt.offle .r frosty glass of beer makes a naturally _
4 Act of March 3. 1ITI accompaniment. Tribune

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actual birthday of this ancient I'
Gigantic Five-Day city, will be climaxed by a

in Store For solemn 400th anniversary mass I Quantity Rights
Party at 12 noon at the Mission of WE GIVE METTSSUPER
Nombre de Dice the site where I Reserved
St. Augustine, Fla. the city's founder, 'Pedro Men I ***
endez, and his band landed In TOP Prices GoodT'ur&
"Dias de Espana (Days In 1565. The Jaycees will close I
Spain), are In store for those Fri., Sat.,
'Dlas de Espana" Wednesday VALUE MARKET
who visit St Mon
Augustine Septem evening with a gala cake cut.
ber 4-8 as this oldest city In ting ceremony and processionat July 29, 30, 31 &
the United States observes her the City Gate, with delicious Aug. 2, 1965
400th anniversary with a gl cake for all. 103 SOUTH RAILROAD
gigantic five-day birthday party. Jaycees Invite everyone to
Sword fighting nightly fire., come and help this oldest city
works displays professional and .
celebrate her bigest blrgthday FLA. GRADE "A"FRYERS
local entertainment colorful I I
party. :
Spanish red and yellow booths
and strolling musicians and
dancers only begin to describethe How To Select Ib29FAMILY
events of the five.day cele

bration. Good MattressSince
Decorations from Spain will
set the stage on historic St you'spend about a thirdof Bag $1.79
. George Street, Including hang. your time In bed, a good bed ,
Ing flower baskets balloons and is one of your most Importantand
flags and each evening begin. necessary home furnishings, First Cut Valleydale (Pure Pork) tb Bag
nlng at 6 o'clock, the fiesta at. say home economists.If .
mosphere prevails. Booths, pro. PORK CHOPS Ib 49' BAG SAUSAGE 55'
viding all sorts of foods and you want a comfortablebed
games a beverage garden and, invest In a high quality
displays of fireworks set pieces mattress. A first-class mattress World's Bert Villeydale (Honey All Meat)
telling St Augustine's colorful will give. years of service and GROUNDRIB
history are ,a preview of whatis lasting comfort. BEEF 2 lbs 890 WIENERS lb 49u. *
In store fot visitors. Modern mattresses come In Bag
Sword fighting. Jaycees will three types-latex, fiber Inner-
add special interest to the celebration spring. The Innerspring variety
as will the talented entertainers gives the greatest bouyancy and s. D. A. CHOICE STEAKS
performing from the most adjustment to your body.
many balconies which, dot the Metal tied springs should haveat
narrow, picturesque street. least 160 coils. If the coils are I - lb. 8c SIRLOIN orT-BONEIbl.09
Wednesday, September 8, the encased In separate cloth units
called "pockets", the mattress CLUB - lb. 99c CHUCK lb. 69c
should have 800 or more coils.
Examine the Insulation and ROUND lb. FAMILY lb.
I padding. Soft padding and firm 99c 79c
turfts.add to comfort and durability *

A cotton mattress Is made of BARGAIN BUSTERS '
Drilling cotton, hair, or kapok. It gives Maxwell House
firm without much re-
2-inch to 12-inch Wells ,silience.support Look for deep, uniform Riceland (L. G.) COFFEE tb 58-

Pump Service turfting edges. and tailored rolled RICE 3 Bag Ib 39C Tin

Phone 439-2413 Whichever mattress you select Limit (1) Please Limit (1) with purchase of $5.00 or
look for a firm, closely woven more food orderCampbell'
colorfast cover to Insure wear. -
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TOMATO SOUP J.35e! Blue Seal (SOLID)

OLEO If 5'
soft.w.ve (2 Ct. pkg) Ast. colors

TOILET TISSUEpv,25e Limit ((2) with purchase of $5.00 or
more food order

Hawaiian (46 oz. can)


Thrifty (Rubbing)

anmuneua.1IUCIS sss*. ALCOHOL 15c Limit ((1) with purchase of $5.00 or
Pt. Ot,. more food orderSunlit

Canada Dry (Big 28 oz. Btl.)

(Plus Btl. Deposit
FROZEN FOODS Limit (8) Please

Paint & Body DepartmentNO

KRAFT (Qt. Btl.)

FREE ESTIMTES Farm Fresh Produce JUICE".35"

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SERVICE CENTER Fresh Georgia i


I Big 20 01. LoavesBREAD
4 for 85I '


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AUTOMOBILESService With purchase of With (narc"a. of With purchase of
(4) cans (Our Brand) (2) Pan-Ready Cut-Up Twin Pak Ever>fresh
Department Coupon Void After Coupon Void After Coupon Void After
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Max Hall was honored & CENTRA! AVfc. FLAGLER BEACH
; at a birthday social Sunday eve-
i nlng at the First Baptist Church, Fabrics Improved Prices good Thurs., Fri., Sat., Sun., & Mon. QUANTITY RIGHTS RESERVED

following the :worship service.A July 29, 30, 31, August 1, & 2, 1965 OPEN SUNDAY 9 A. M. 1 P. M.
specially decorated birth. Wash-wear cotton fabrics that
cake and punch was served dye evenly and fade less and
. to day the honor guest, her husband, have a longer wear life than I WE SPECIALIZE IN U. S. CHOICE GRADE BEEF NATURALLY
Rev. Hall and other guests. Out I those now on the market will
of town visitors Included newly. soon be available to consumers. AGED FOR TENDERNESS & FLAVOR, EX-

weds, Mr. and Mrs. Kenny Oddy,
; fabrics, fin.
These improved
St. Augustine. Mrs. Oddy Is the I ished by a new process now un PERTLY PREPARED FOR YOUR EATING PLEASURE
former Faye Bass. .
I'' i expected der advanced to solve development a. major problem are ALEC MATTHEWS (Mkt. Mgr.) SEZ I'LL BE GLAD
II. Mr. and Mrs. Gerald A. JOhn. .
son and son, Gerald, from Rene in garments today's excessive wash-wear wear cotton TO CUT 'EM THE WAY YOU WANT 'EM.

I Pa. are visiting this week
ovor of collars, cuffs, pockets, creases,
' with their son and family, Mr.

:I and Mrs. Leonard A. Johnson. and Describing pleats. the Improved fabrics U. S. CHOICE STEAK SALE

I._ Mrs. W. A. Babbitt and her Miss Elizabeth Dickenson,
,I daughter, Mrs. Irene Bollinger, clothing and textile specialist
arrived Tuesday from Augusta, 'Florida Agricultural Extension I SIRLOIN ROUND RIB
Ga. to visit with Mrs. Babbitt'sson Service, said they were treated
James A.,Babbitt. They accompanied :on only one side to obtain ex $ 09lb I I
Rev. and Mrs. O. A. :cellent wash-wear characteris 1 1190 Ib 89I -
Radford from'Belmont, N. C. who : tics. The untreated side retains

,, are vacationing at Massie Motor cotton's natural resistance to .
Court for several days. Mrs. : abralson. Garments made with
Radford is also a daughter of the new untreated surface of FLA. GRADE "A" Ib TENDER SLICED
Mrs. Babbitt. the fabrics on the outside, thus,
have! a greatly increased life as I FRYER PARTS 49- BABY BEEF I
' I METHODIST CHURCH well as wash-wear convenience.
''I. Church school at 9:45 A.M. LIVER 49
r ,and morning worship at| 11 o' Present wash-wear treatmentsare BREASTS LEGS THIGHS
applied to the entire fabric
clock. Rev. O. A. Bradford,
Presbyterian minister from Belmont by first wetting the fabricin

N.c., will be guest minister the treating chemicals, dry. MAXWELL HOUSE HERSHEY'SCOFFEE
next 'Sunday. Ing it, and then heating It to
'The official board has voted react the chemicals with the
. ; to omit' the dinner and regular cotton. This heat-curing step SUGAR
August board meeting. The next Imparts "memory" causing the .
board meeting and dinner will 'fabric to return to the shape
be September 5. 'held while treated, much like a 1 Lb. l
. permanent wave curls a wom Can 59 5 : 39- :

;; .Visiting with ,their parents, an's hair.

I' '', Mr. and Mrs. Bradford A. Bowen, Since treatment 'is applied to Limit 1 with $5.00 or more food order Limit 1 with $5.00 or more food order I
t' are their son Bradford, Jr. and
the surfaces of the
a. his wife and three children, I
Charlotte,. David and Richard fabric, the yellowing of white 300 VAN CAMP GIANT
303' ARGO
fabrics, caused by some finishes, I
from Bingham, Mass. PORK &
'" will not be a problem.O. I. GARDEN
BEANS T I 0 E BOX 69'.
Mrs. Flossie Haines, Mrs. Beverly PEAS
Hawkins and,son Tim, and F. ALtfORD -

M Janet Halnes were visiting In Registered 3 for 39Umit 1 with $5.00 or more food order 3 for 49-
. Ft. Pierce Tuesday with Mr. and Real Estate Broker
.' Mrs. O. C. Minton. Last week
(, they were in Fayetteville, N. C. BunntIL Florida:
visiting with Mr. and Mrs. Bob. 2'/ OSAGE FREESTONE 46 oz. HAWAIIAN
<' by Anderson and family.

, Books Are My Dish CommunifrMemorial i PEACHES 4-V PUNCH 3 for M"

} Church
By Dorothy Homons
" Once more Mrs.' Katherine .. .......-... /._

,\0/ Heckman has given most gen. AIR CONDITIONED 24 o,. SWEET SUE FRESH PRODUCE _
,:. erously novels and mysteries Dayton AT.. CHICKEN &
4 from her own library to the FLAGLER BEACH LARGE FIRM HEAD

Flagler Woman's Club Library. Sunday School 10:00: A.M.
Our readers owe a lot of pleasure DUMPLINS
i Church Service 11:00: A.M. EA.45LETTUCE
to Mrs. Heckman for hei EA 19-
books. It. W. DICKKRT, Puter
f Through the kindness of Alleer BVEBY01VR WELCOME
Treadwell, some delightful sum. ...., MONOGRAM LONG GRAIN TENNESSEE VINE RIPENED
mer reading has been given t o
the library, books belonging t
,. Mrs. Allen Jenkins, Middleport, HASTINGS OPHOLSTRY MATTRESS RICE 3 Ib Bag TOMATOES Ib 25-
\ Ohio! Among the books ThE'i
SOJOURNER by the belovecMarjorle 710.12 Lemon St.
Kinnan Rawllngs. Palatka. Florida LARGE' Ie JUICY
tl.,. The Orville Davises gave som Phone EA 5-9166 303 STOKELY'SGOLDEN
',' more important books-Is It th FurnltuUpholstering CREAM STYLE
,r. fourth or fifth time? We hav: Rcpcdrto & Unfinished LEMONS DOl. 29-
Mattresses & Box Springs
'i lost count. They have given ac Made
, to Ordtr.Also RraoYotedCall CORN 2 for39-
,.; many. Laura Morris 437-4233
x, Mr. Nell Ryan has added Alter 6:00 P. M. DAIRY
, r. much to both the looks and the PRICES REASONABLE.
," \ Interest of the bookshelves with
.} his handsome volume of CAPTIVE Just as near as TOUT 4 oz. LYKES VIENNA KRAFT CHEESE SPREAD 2 Ib Loaf

. .. OF CASTILE and PRINCE Phone or Post Office
, OF FOXES-two all time Drop Us A Card or Call *
greats SAUSAGE 2 -39 TASTY
,' in romantic adventure. Free Pick-up & Delivery LOAF 69':

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, t!' Phone 439-9221 With this coupon and your J With this coupon and your:: With this and
t. '. purchase of any < purchase of one 414 oz :I purchase coupon of four your
tJ"" .. USED TIRES $1.00 up 10 tb Bat of Tetley's ; Any Size (4)
Plus Tax & Old Tire Grade Expires Coupon Expires Coupon Expires
No Second
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Miss Elaine Giddens of Bun- ROYAL NEIGHBORS
nell became the bride of Mr.
James M. Collins of St. Mary'sGa. I I Mrs. C. A. Riddell was honor Fla. Grade "A" D & D
on Friday, July 23, 1965, at ed by The Royal Neighbors Mon CUT TO ORDERCHUCK
the First Baptist Church of day evening with a birthday
Mary's. The bride is the St.1 party. The party was given at FRYERS Ib
ter of Mr. and Mrs. Arch I the Allen Home, North Railroad 3F
dens of Bunnell. The bridegroom street, with Mrs. Eugenia Allen
Is the son of Mrs. Rita Collins I and Mrs.' Pauline Magee as

of Charleston, S.c., and Thor. I hostesses. U. S. D. A. Choice
biun Collins of Conway, S.C. A beautifully decorated birth.
: day cake was cut and served
The vows were exchanged in i with ice cream to the members ROAST <
a quiet ceremony performed by present. Mrs. RIddell was presented Ib 49
Rev. David J. Lundin, pastor of with a shower of gifts. V
the church.
Dr. Allen Reynolds and his
ceremony Immediately a reception following was given office assistants, Mrs. Betty Mil U. S. D. A. Choice Copeland's SMOKED 9.12 Ib Avg.

at the home of the groom's sister ler and Mrs. Helen Carrigan,i ROUND
Mrs. Betty Carter. were in Cocoa Beach last Thurs I! BONE ROAST 1f>59'HAMS HALF or WHOLE 59-

Attending, from Bunnell were day through Saturday attendinga 1b
meeetlng of the Central District
the bride's parents, Mr. and
Dental Society. Topics discussed i U. S. D. A. Choice
Arch Giddens, Mrs. Frances Arnold were dentistry for children Streak "O" Lean

Vivian bride., sister Arnold of,the neice bride of, and the I occlusions., preventive dentistry and CHUCK STEAK If 59' WHITE BACON If> 49'

I During their stay there they
enjoyed a tour of the Cape.
Mr. and Mrs. Tommy Bessant,
Jr., end son Tommy, 3rd,of Dallas Mrs. Rodgers Turner has re Osage 21/ Can HALVES

Texas, spent Monday and turned to her home here aftera PEACHES 4 f.r'100 HERSHEY'S
here visiting
visit of three weeks with her
friends. He is a former residentof
son, Charles Turner, In Las SUGAR
Bunnell, the son of the late .
Vegas, New Mexico. Mr. Turner
Tom and Lillian Bessant.Mr. spent one week there also. Icy Water PINKSALMON Tall Can
5 & 29
and Mrs. Gerald R. Man.
Mr. and Mrs. Raymond Smith z for 8ge
uel and Mike and Steven,
IOns and sons, Sam and Ray have Limit 1 with $5.00 or more food order
are visiting in Newberry with
returned from a ten-day vaca
his mother several days thisweek.
tion. They visited in Washing
ton, D.c., points in Tennessee, Saxet CUT 303 Can Land of Lakes
and the Carolinas enroute. Mr.
Mr. land Mrs. Eldon Knight Smith remained at Duke University GREEN BEANS 8 Jl00
and daughter have returned to 89c
Hospital for a few days
their home here after a two-
for tests before returning home. 12 Can
weeks vacation touring In North oz. 6 Pak

Carolina, Tennessee and many I
June and Jewel Deen are
points of interest enroute. DAIRY SPECIALKraft
spending a few day here with -
Mr. and Mrs. C. A. Riddell be. TIDE I
of Mr. and Mrs. Lee
fore returning to their home In 2 tb Loaf
Mercer the weekend
past Miami. They have spent a weekIn
their In law and VELVEETA
were son
North Carolina and are en-
daughter Mr. and Mrs. Edd Ute 'tENT. 69c
route ,to their home. CHEESE
ner and young daughter of W11- 89c
Florida.Mr. NO LIMIT
listen, Mrs. Claude Barrow and family
were visiting In DeLand with
and Mrs. Chlols Deckerare FROZEN FOODS -
members of her family Sunday.
the parents of a seven

pound 11 ounce son born July Visiting here this weekend, FRESH PRODUCE Winter Garden 8 SizeU.
Bunnell General Hoc
26 at the
the guests of Mr. and Mrs. M.B.
pltal. Fuller is their brother and sister s. NO. 1 IRISH MEAT PIES 6 10 1.00
in law, Mr. and Mrs. B. D.Fullft' .
Mr. and Mrs. George Moody of Panama City, Florida. POTATOES 10
and Mr. and Mrs. P. A. Edmon They are enroute to their home : ,,,.49*
ton spent several days last
after flying from Jacksonville to
week camping at Juniper Puerto Rico where they visited Large Western
Springs in the Ocala NationalForest CRISCO
with their son and his family
who are stationed there In civil CANTALOUPES 3 f >1fOOr JL

Mrs. L. A. Yelvington and I service. 3 ft 58C
sons Kevin and Barry, are visit Continued To Page 8 Fresh
ing in Greenville with her uncle Limit 1 with $5.00
or mor.lood order
and aunt Rev. and Mrs. Robert LEMONS or LIMES 39C

Mrs. John Durrance has returned ELECTRONICS
from points in Ohio where 1744 Ocean Short Bird. 5oWHixj ILrwb IL. rAr
she visited with members of 50
her family. She was called REPAIRS ON TV'S

theby the death of her brother. WASHERSDRYERS with coupon & purchased 1 with coupon & purchases with coupon & purchaseof
I( of 15 01. Texize Window< of I- 69c Can' (1) 49c Tub. Vasolinel
Linda Church Melanie Cody, Cleaner with Sprayer M AREO SHAVE HAIR CREAM
Beth Motherly and Elaine Mur all Coifed I72-OJ77 ( Coupon Void After ) Coupon Void After Coupon Void After

ray week returned At the last Intermediate weekend G.froma A. I ALL WORK GUARANTEED Sunday, August 1, 1965 Sunday"-- -. -, August--- --,-l9fl5--_- % ,Sunday, August 1, leGS

Camp at Lake Yale near Eustls.1

Because WE of Thursday the HAVE fire, Li we our have place moved MOVED on State to the Street last' ti: ] ''II:1: :


At 403 West Moody Boulevard where we can take

care of our customers- Please phone 4373516 Phone 4370227

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Samaritans Still r as a widow! she that was great many farmers were left behind. Ion. When the exiles returned 50 might keep them from all harm,

thong nations, and princess They intermarried with the Invaders years later they started re misfortune, and all violence."

Among the provinces. becoming the forebearsof building their temple. The Samaritans
Can Be Outsiders Join Sect the modern Samaritans. offered to help but Samaritans are resigned, however -

were sternly rebuffed by the Ju to an ancient prophecy in
IsraelThe At one time in the Middle Surviving northern Israelites
Jordan deans who Deuteronomy: "Ye shall be left
: questioned the racial
Ages only ten Samaritans were adopted parts of the Assyrian :

glories of ancient Samariaare Jett. The number is' now slowly I religion. Orthodox Jews in the and religious integrity of the few in number, whereas ye
Samaritans.The were as the stars in heaven for
burled beneath the dust of Jn easlng. High Priest Amran south made Jerusalem, capital multitude."

centuries, but a small band of i Isaac, present-day leader of the of Judah, the religious center Samaritans built a rival

Samaritans tenaciously survives. group, attributes the gains to for the worship of Jehovah. temple on Mount Gerlzlm, near NOTICE
The once powerful religioussect two factors: the conversion of Jerusalem Itself fell to Nebu Schechem, and a long period of that the underlined desiring to
chadnezzar in 586 B.C. and the engage In business I at Bunnell.
outsiders marrying into the community ,
immortalized by Christ'sparable bitter conflict began. By Christ'stime Florida, under the name of HUN-

of the Good Samaritan>l and the end of centuries Judeans were banished to Baby. the Samaritans were, NELL NELL MOTOR RESTAURANT LODGE AND and BUN.COFFEE

has dwindled to 374 members long persecution. I thoroughly despised by the Jews.I SHOP, entteto: the
said name with of the
The majority lives in Nablus After the death of King Solo. In telling the parable of the Circuit Court of Flakier County

Jordan, near the site of the ancient won in Old Testament days, Qa desit9 in ql Dula Good Samaritan, Christ emphas Florida. NAGI ABRAHAM.

city of Shechem the, Na- Israel was split Into two parts. ized that charity is not the ex. ZENA MUZYKA

tional Geographic Society says The northern section, encompassing (By Herrey Sharpe) clusive property of the elect. Weinstein By: Richard Weinberg Weinberg& Weinstein i ,

About 150 live across the border Samaria, retained the 2.500 Years of HardshipThe Attorney for Registrants
Don't give your lawn a close 25 Orange StreetSt.

in Israel. Dame Israel; the southern state shave when you return from a Samaritans slowly evolved 8-I5.fl.19-Augustine Florida

The plight of this sect seemsto called itself Judah.In vacation.A their own theology, and have July

fulfill Jeremlahh's prophetic 721 B. C., the Assyrians NOTICE op ilEA RING or TENTATIVE
after preserved their belief
crew-cut-especially through nUDGKT FOR MOS-.
lamentation: "How doth the swept down upon Isarel. Thou. the grass has grown tall and 2,500 years of hardship. They QUITO CONTIIO1 DISTRICT

city sit solitary that was full sands of the ruling class and shaggy-Is more torture than have their own calendar, and Pursuant Statute,to notice provision la hereby of given Florida

of people! how is she become craftsmen were carried off, but that public meeting will be held
write In
most stand.
grasses can an alphabet resembling by the East Flagler Mosquito Control
ancient Phoenician. District Board of Comtnlnoner **-
r Get the back in the *, on 4th
grass i As their Bible, the Samaritans 1 5. <:00 Wedne.daJAucult\ noII.t:
well groomed habit by nipping i way A1A. for the purpose -
recognize only the Pentateuch, cussing the Tentative Budget for
only an inch or two at the first the first five books of the Old fiscal year ending September JOth.

cutting. Then, after three to five "".
Testament, and reject the re- I LYMAN u GAGE. Secretary
days mow the grass down toa July 12-29-2tc
mainder. They venerate Mosesas
height of 2 inches.Be :
; the only true prophet, and
INSURANCEOUR i tIIl* hereby given that the
sure to remove the heavy await a Messiah who will convert Hoard : Commissioner, of
I :Flagler County will meet with the
clipping from the lawn. Leavingthe all nations to Samaritan. I.County Tax Assessor at the County

PHONE NUMBER IS clippings on the lawn will ism."This I Commissioner'. Bunnell. Florida room In at the the Courthouse hour-

almost smother the rgass to nation carries out the 'of 10:00( a. m. on Monday August
2. A. D. 1X5. for the purpose of
death. ancient customs according to hearing complaint and receiving
437.3374 testimony aa to the value of
the Mosaic law as well as it any
property, real or personal a* fixed
Centipede lawns often take ona can," High Priest Amran Isaac by the County Assessor of Taxes.
yellowish cast following leach. and for the purpose of perfecting
has written, "and has always
reviewing and equalizing the assessments -
In summer rains. You can restore offered the to the I the value of which hall
proper prayers have been fixed by the County Aeesor -
green color back by God of all creation that He '. of Taxes or changed by .
spraying the grass with an Iron him.DATED
I at Bunnell. Florida this
24 HourWrecker sulfate solution. Apply a spray ISth day" of A. D
JI& ylm.MM'
Service mixture of 2 of the BOARD .
iron compound per 3 gallons of SERVICE FLORIDABy
George. E. Wlckllne.
water per 50 square feet of I ROAD SERVICE Chairman

Flagler Truck & Tractor Co lawn also area.are Chelated recommended iron products for. Light Mechanical Work ATTEST JulySS-Sf E. A. :8MYTHE-Jto Clerk -

Fnone 437-3441 Bunnell

MASSEY.F JtGUSON coloring up a washed out colored ... .......... NOTICE OF I RE' LEST FOR Hini
hereby given that the
lawn. -
Grove it Farm Inctaftria East
Equipment isr TILE CIRCUIT cornr or Planter Mosquito Control District.
KL.Am.Kn: COUNTY, FLORIDA Hoard of Commlssllnera,
VIRGIL DECKER Phone ID 7-3242 Don't become alarme4 If you I I!* ('IIAx CEf4Y NO. MN8 Flavler Beach. Florida will accept
sealed bid at the office located 7
discover earwigs in lawn.A DOROTHY PAOE.
Owner .I. Plaintiff. mile north of Flagler Beach Pier
Bunnell Florida number of home owners have on Highway A1A. up to and until
JOHN PAGE' (.00 o'clock P. M. on Monday Auguat .
reported them. l Defendant. Ind. 1X5. or postmarked; prior

These vicious looking little Insects NOTICE TO DRKK3U:! to that date and time, for the fol
/WWW. THE STATE OF FLOItlUA. TO lowing equipment:
I may startle you. However, JOHN PAGE ONB oJJt NEW GlJ t1't.
the conspicuous pair of hooks at Keyport. New Jersey Any Bid received or presented

the end of their abdomen belles Tou are hereby notified that a after COO o'clock I'. M. on August
suit has been filed against In 2nd. 1X5 will be returned unopened
AMBULANCE I their looks. Earwigs don't the above entitled cause: and you you to the bidder.
live are hereby required to file your answer Sealed Bid will be opened ata
up to the superstition of attacking
PHONE VAlley 4 1625 with the Clerk of this Court meeting of the Mosquito Control
SERVICE people in the ear. and to serve a copy thereof uponthe Board... at the office at ':.00 o'clock
P. on Wednesday August 4th.
or ,
St. AUGUSTINE. FLORIDA Watch out for army worms in whose name and plaintiff address attorney U: '''S. Specification* and Informationto
flAT 8KLDKNHelden bidder may be obtained by
the lawn. ruin Bermuda
They can
Never be hesitant about calling U Garcia Ambulance. Wean Building bona fide bidder upon request to
and St. Augustine grassIn Dayton Beach. Floridanot Mr. Lyman U Gage. P.O. Box 41.
always at your service with promptness safety and Sevin later than August 13. A. D. IMS. Flagler Beach or telephone number
a hurry. or toxaphenewill 4S20II.
It you fall to do .0, decree pro
; experience. confessso will be entered The Board reserve the right toreJ..tt
control this pest if used ac against
you for the relief demanded "tb.. any and all bid and to
cording to the manufacturer's bill of complaint. The nature of waive any Informalities In bidding
Equipped With Oxygen R" uitAtor and Inhalator aid suit I being; for divorce.WITNKRS with or without cause and/or to
recommendations. DDT an old bid. In whole
my hand and seat of accept any or In part.
'will aid Court this ZOth day of July that In Its Judgmenet la the lowest
standby chemical kill the
Garcia Funeral Home A. D. 1155. and best bid In the Interest of the
worms in some section of the (dm'clal Heal) B. A. 8MTT1IK District.KART
r Clerk of said Circuit Court FIJtnLKR MOSQUITO
P. E. GARCIA Licensed Funeral Director state; Iy Julia R., Harvey CONTROL DISTRICT
Annuals Deputy Clerk By George Moody, Chairman
LADY ASSISTANT July Il-S A: August *-11_4to July 22-2*-lie
Get ,ready: for fall annuals.
WMWWN TUB cinrriT cornr or
-+- Remember, most of the choice FLAi1.FR C'cWNTT. FLORIDA PLAJlLKIt COUNTY, FLORIDA
annuals are planted during August riiANrKitr! NO. Den IN CIIANCRHT NO. SOTT

and September. Plaintiff ... Plaintiff

specialists recommend sowingthe M ()ONAOI" Defendant
c Defendant. NOTICE:! TO DEFEND'!
seeds in a flat In these NOTIfH TO DKPK!!/n THE STATE OF FLORIDA TO'WARItKN
shallow boxes you can control Alexander Thomas McPonach Rural Route t. Box 17

conditions better than if you lit Mouth hit Htreet Cardlngton. Ohio
llrooklyn. New York You are hereby notified that a
planted the seed In the flower You are hereby notified that a> suit haa been filed against yeu la
t\\ it suit has been filed against you In the above entitled cause: and you
garden.To the above entitled cause; and you are hereby required to answer
r. Insure disease free seedlings are hereby required to rlbr.O&answer with the Clerk rlhr.o'8'O Land
with the Clerk to serve a ropy thereof upon
purchase disease free and to serve a copy thereof upon the plaintiff or plaintiffs attorney,
the plaintiff or plaintiff attorney, whose name and address Is:
seeds and them In clean
plant whose name and address I I.: NICHOLAS A. CAPUTO
soil. You can make the soil free RAY SELDKNHelden 111 Second Florida
I Building Holly Hill.
of most germs weed seeds and Dayton Beach. Florida, not later than August Ith. A. D.
soil not later than August 33.A. D.IKS. 1 955
pests by baking the earth If you fall to do so. decree pro If'you fall to do so. decree pro
Exper! M. Is Important to vxili e of experience when in an oven for an hour and a confeaao will be entered against confesso will be entered against
\ you for the relief demanded In the you for the relief demanded fn the
almost every undertaking.Ex- setting out to purchase a par. half at 170 degrees. bill of complaint. The nature of bill of complaint The nature of

parts may disagree on the fhylar product or service. Prior to planting, treat the aid WITNESS suit being I my for hand : T..al of aid WITNESS suit:" being my for hand divorce and seat of

amount of luck Involved In seed, to prevent decay pre. aid Court this 10th day of July aald Court this Itb day of July,
and .
We .
expect quality A. I> 1155.Omclal A. o. It"
catching a "limit" when emergence, damplngoff and oth ( Heal K. A. 8MYTHR Official ""al) E A. SMYTHB'July
good service, all of us. ExPerl er ailments. It takes only a Clerk of Mid Circuit Court Clerk fit said Circuit Court
you're out fishing your favor By Julia 1C Harvey By Julia It. Haney
has shown most of
couple of minutes to treat a Deputy Clerk auk
Ite stream, but none win deny July 11-19 A: August iIJ-4te t-15.U-29IleDeputy
us that the best place to get package of seed. All you do is

that It certainly helps If you both tl by doing business tear off a corner of the packet NOTICE or AFPI.ICATIOX FOR TAX DEEO
Notice hereby given that Stanley' K. Novak, the holder f the
know where the fish are, how *;ith the qualified local merh toss in a small pinch of seed following Tax Sale Certificate, has ei i said certificate for a tax*> deed
to be Issued thereon.
deep to fish for them and the protectant through the openingand The certificate number and year ot issuance
: k mix it with the seed are aa follow:
of "ball" by
type they prefer. It hit |ob to serve well today Certificate No. 11: Tear of Issuance ISIS.
shaking the packet. Spergon. Description '. Lot II. lUock I. Arteele Subdivision.
,- The average consumer ,fa order to get more business Arasan and Semesan Assessed GrfQ'J: Laboratories, Inc.
are among In addition to the above the follower Ux sale certificate
gives some thought to the tUnlorrow.t the chemicals you may chooseto outstanding on said property: are
Or ie 4t Nor Tear Holder
use for treating aeeds.Whel SI im Stanley K. Novak
', \> the plants are about 2e M JMI 1140 0.o. P.11'. Alford Airird

2 Inches high in the flats, trans 1T. 1'1' 0. r- Alford

\- Home !! rii ts f Trade at described above will be sold to the property
hl..t bidder
spacing them about 2 Inches at the Cw..rtbo.
.. door, Uunn.ll. '
e rrt Prt rtsa ; the first Monday to the
lnO.tb ot
'I apart. Before setting the plantsIn August lf S. ; daays*f Aarnst 1143.

the, harden them B.
j I garden to Cleric of Circuit Court of
wind and sun. nal'ler CoUBlr'f Florida
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homemaker.In .
I used less often now but it Is I dried and blended into a mix *
For New KitchenWhat the pots and pans category one of the most versatile pieces Bakery Products ture of uniform nutrient com '
one large chicken fryer with kitchen. A position. The finished material '
: of equipment in tne I
equipment is needed to domed cover or a twin fryer flat bottomed inset pan may'I Ever wonder what happens to has a pleasant odor and taste ttI:'
start a well equipped kitchen which can be used: as two uncovered I I be used for top-of-the-range I the bakery products left unsold i I and conditions.stores well under normal ''
Home economists say that this I pans is basic. It can cooking and as an oven casse on local supermarket counters?I
all depends on what kind of also be used for pan frying role. Round bottom stainless You'll never guess. They're Cattle have been fed rations
cooking will be done for two chops steaks hamburger bacon steel inset pans may be usedas returned and used In the preparation containing dried bakery prod ,1]
and for a group, on the available and eggs, pancakes and French salad bowls or serving dishes. of the product for animal ucts in several tests. The results '
storage space and the toast. Covered use it for Swiss I casserole with a pie pan lid six feeding. indicate that the feed should
amount of money available to steaks pot roasts stews and : practices are necessary to en- The relatively high fat con find a place In commercial feeds.It .
spend on equipment. spaghetti and meat balls. I:custard cups a loaf pan a can tent and low fiber places this was pointed out that the
I A small frying pan wim cover i opener several sharp knives new dried bakery product in ingredients for many animal
Research studies have founda a one-quart and two-quart 'mixing spoons and a spatula the category of a high energy* feeds are by-products of other
basic set Included a few saucepan and three-quart saucepan : are indlspenslble items in the' feed. Industries, particularly the food
multi-purpose utensils which I or a double boiler are also: beginning kitchen. I' Researchers explain that. the industry

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i; Ways To Prevent Colors Plays RoleIn Reports Indicate So this is the time to buy
I several jars or combs of honey.It .

Mildew Damage Modern KitchenColor Honey PlentifulHoney for stores months.As easily. and will keep

, (Continued from page 5) Mildew can be a real problemin plays an Important role is in particularly plen honey gets older, It may
In the kitchen. tiful supply right now. John D. crystalize if kept at refrigerator
Mr. and Mrs. Carlton Johnstonhad Florida during the hot, hu
t' Haynie, apiculturist, Florida Agricultural temperature or lower. This is
as their guest last weekend mid months of summer. Surveys on color as it relatesto a
their son. Airman John H. Metts. This is particularly true if you human stimulation Indicate Extension Service, natural process and no cause for
They accompanied him back to have a new house, since some that warm bright colors suchas says exports have been so worry. Put the Jar In a pan
I' Patrick Airforce Base Sunday new woods contain large amounts yellow, orange, and red small there's a larger than usual of warm water, and the crystalswill
amount the domestic
on market
afternoon. John Is In special I of moisture, home econ stimulate digestion, say home disappear.
training at the base until September omists say.Molds economists with the Florida Agricultural .
6. are always In the air. Extension Service.
; But the ones that bring on mil ,
-- Mrs.. Zack Holland and Miss dew require moisture, warmth, Gray, most olive and "musty" CRAIG FUNERAL
< Cella Lord have returned from and poorly-aired, poorly.lighted tones, yellow green, purple, HOMEA.
vacation In Lynwood purplish reds, and orange-yellow
f a spent surroundings to grow. H. CRAIG Funeral Director
Falls, N. C. It's simpler to prevent mildew discourage hunger.

than to repair the damage it When decorating your kitchen, ROBERT WORLET. Associate
Mr. and Mis. Richard Cantrelland does. To prevent mildew, keep AIR
it is well to keep In mind food OXYGEN
grandson, Perri Knight, are your home well-aired and the colors. Food is a visual elementto CONDITIONED I j LADY EQUIPPED
moving to Miami this weekend atmosphere as dry as possible.Be .
which the eyes, the mind, I ATTENDANT |
where they will reside. I II sure to store only clean art. and the emotions are sensitive. CHAPEL AMBULANCES
I icles. Keep them dry, well ventilated
Consider the colors on packagesor Phone 'ID 7-3532
Mr. and Mrs. James O. Craig
and exposed to light. containers In which food is
and John Craig spent last Wed. Air conditioning, which reduces displayed on open counters or 201- E. MOODY BLVD. ;BUNNELL, FLORIDA
nesday and Thursday in Belle. ,humidity as much as 30 shelves. Furniture and china .
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glade visiting with Mr. and Mrs. percent, Is one of the.best waysto used for dally kitchen activities
Deen and little daughter
Billy prevent mildew.
naturally must be considered in
Caroline. Cleanliness helps to discour the overall ,color scheme.
age growth of mildew spores. F sol
Mr. and Mrs. Lee Mercer are I I Greasy film on walls and other Color ,also plays an l importantrole 4Etorr
spending a short vacation in I surfaces contains nutrients on in providing adequate light .gee
Wllllston and Crestview visiting, which mildew organislms thrive.In within the kitchen Light colors tfd.Gcto't.

with their daughters and their muggy weather, close should be used in large ...
families. doors and windows to shut out areas, such as walls and count.
much of the moist air outside. ers, to reflect light into the work
Carol Fryman Is attendingthe When outside air is dry, open areas. Avoid glossy surfaces, 6tinq No4pLeedttpttot
Methodist Youth Camp in windows. because the glare they cause is
Leesburg.OUR. Commercial antl-mildew prep. tiring. Use off-whltes rather LI
arations are useful in destroy.. than bright whites to provide a to--
SINCERE THANKS ing mildew-forming fungus. A softer illumination. )
To members of the VolunteerFire dehumidifier used in the basement Choose colors 'according to Atd4doftD'w1Stme

Departments of Bunnell and will help prevent mildew your personal preferences, using '
Flagler Beach we extend our and a musty smell. pale tones on large areas and
sincere thanks end appreciation To freshen shower stalls, bath. bright accent colors on smaller
for their wonderful efforts in rooms, and other musty areas, areas, such as draperies, count.
-helping to save our property in take advantage of cool nightair. ers, and accessories. 437-3325 BUNNELL
.the recent fire.BUNNELL Use an electric fan to help
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AUTO SUPPLY.. force warm, moist air out and
Mr. and Mrs. F. W. TingleyT to circulate fresh air. '
A. Jones. This faiRly CHjiysptritct
Burn "" low-wattage electric .
light continuously in a poorly
CARD OF THANKS ventilated closet to provide Moor comfort
We wish to express our appreciation enough heat to keep down mil
for the many acts of dew. in the flunks to '
kindness and expressions ,of r every year \

sympathy during our recent be. "
reavement. safer, cleaner, cheaper, tameless

Jennie R. Green, E
Thomas Rees. R s reverse-cycle electric air-coiiifuninf.


We wish to express our appreciation k' COOLS in summer.. .WARMS in winter.So .
to our friends and neighbors .
YEAR ROUND RIGHT for Florida homes.
their of kindness
for many acts ..
during our stay in the hos
pital. Prompt Service

We appreciated the prayers, The Flagler TribunePhone
flowers, gifts, cards and visits. Syr: J
Jennie R. Green, XDlewood 7-3282 S rn :NI

Thomas Rees. BuiuuIL Florida


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"red carpel treat. turn again and again yo
ment" Iin't necessarily reserved make sure they feel welcome.

for royalty. You put your best foot for What about lour family?
ward. You act the role of the
The truth of the matter Is

that the established and sue pleasant host. Why "simmer" in the summer (or shiver in the winter)? Prices of
cessful local merchant con- By the some token, the local
flameless electric sir-conditioning are 'way down. And :a
eiders customer who merchant'"rolls out thecarpet"
every cycle costs so little that the winter heating feature is practically LImCI
enters his store a Very Important because he wants UP the
Person. your business tomorrow as a free bonus. One compact unit saves space and the extra cost of

well as today.It makes sense. separate cooling and heating systems. Beat the heat now! Now, Piaor
There's nothing complicated
with Sunshine Service electricity a bigger bargain than it's
about it. When you How long since you have ever, traLed
Invite guests to your home given local business establishments so easy to enjoy the comfort and convenience of year-round airttt&CTarcm

for the first time-someone the opportunity to conditioning. See your air-conditioning contractor or electric =

you would like to have r.give you the VIP treatment? .appliance: dealer today.

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