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 Material Information
Title: The Flagler tribune
Physical Description: Newspaper
Language: English
Publisher: s.n.
s.n.
Place of Publication: Bunnell Fla
Creation Date: August 19, 1965
Publication Date: -1981
Frequency: weekly
regular
 Subjects
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 )
 Notes
Dates or Sequential Designation: Began in 1917?
Dates or Sequential Designation: -69th year, no. 36 (Sept. 3, 1981).
General Note: Mrs. M.B. Fuller, editor.
General Note: Description based on: Vol. 43, no. 20 (June 2, 1955).
Funding: Funded by NEH in support of the National Digital Newspaper Project (NDNP), NEH Award Number: PJ-50006-05
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Source Institution: University of Florida
Holding Location: University of Florida
Rights Management: All rights reserved. Board of Trustees of the University of Florida
Resource Identifier: aleph - 001024369
oclc - 33425664
notis - AFA6237
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Preceded by: St. Johns tribune
Succeeded by: Palm Coast news
Succeeded by: Flagler/Palm Coast news-tribune

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VOLUME 53, NO. 33 BUNNELL, FLORIDA, THURSDAY, AUGUST 19, 1965 ?2.50 A YEAR

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City Commissipn SMALL CLAIMS Surfing EventsAt SALES TAXES State Men Tell

COURT SESSIONIn FOR JULY ARE UP
Goes Along With Flagler BeachSaturdaySunday
a special hearing in Small July collections of sales tax People Here How

Claims Court, Rodgers Food based on June business totaled
Recreation GroupThe Store, plaintiff, brought two $21,697,974.02, according to Ed To Develop County

cases. Judgment was awardedto Straughn, director of the State I \
City Commission of Bun the plaintiff vs. Lonnie Mae The First Annual Southeastern Revenue Commission.This Through the efforts of Charles

nell voted to accept the recommendations Spearman, for 22823. Rodgers Surfing Championships, sponsor- Creal, president of Citizens Bankof

of the Flagler County Food vs. Willis Brown, Jr., case by the American Legion Post 115 was an Increase of $133, 1 i Bunnell several men from
Recreation Committee on was continued. of Bunnell, will be held at Flag. 543.64 over July, 1964, for an :II the Florida Development Commission
spending the $3,000 recreation ler Beach this Saturday and Sunday Increase of 2.27 percent. The I spoke to a large group
fund for Bunnell. I|I Dates for the upcoming cases : August 21 and 22. 12-month calendar year increase'.lof citizens at the Bunnell Civic
and office hours will be Thurs. was $16,120,905.13 or 10.90 per. last Thursday night on
I will
They voted to purchase a P. A. I day, August 26; Thursday, Sep. The surfing events beginat I cent. possibilities for development of
System; spend $500 In the Carver I Ir tember 9th and 23rd. 6:30 each morning and are Flagler County. .

r Area; $346.19 on the Little. Judge Tom Lenssen can be open to all surfers of Florida. The, :5 percent wholesale sporting It was stated that "desire here .
League equipment; and place I reached at other times at phone Saturday morning will be the goods tax collection* In July for industry Is no guarantee you \
" the balance of 1515.49 In a special 4392136. eliminations and Sunday Mom- amounted to $143.625.4, an Increase will get new Industry." It was
air conditioning fund for I I Ing will be the finals. of $6,958.33 or 4.91 percent a
pointed out that local leaders
Bunnell Civic Center. i I Saturday evening at 8 p. m. f
the Howard Taylor I must spend, time and effort in /
there will be a dance at the
i, The commissioners plan to: an aim to sell Industry on the .1It
Beach Civic Center with
make some provision In the next I'I'f Leaving UsOctober the Flagler Trespassers of St. August. I Health Board desirability of this county for
budget to add to the fund. Sev. locating Industrial plants.
eral organizations last year offered I I It tine furnishing the music.At Says Rabid Bats It was stated that Flagler
3 p. m. Sunday a program
contribute some money
to county came very near securinga
will be presented In the park
to the air conditioning of the't Flagler County will soon lose I Are IncreasingA huge Industrial complex a few .,,;
by the Legion. Following a
building. It Is expected several one of It respected employees I welcome address trophies will years ago, but it was not ex. I
contributions will be made to I through his reslgnation-Howard planned why. It appeared that
be presented by District Com recent release from the Flor
the fund. Taylor, County AgriculturalAgent. community attitude and failureof
mander John Conroy. ida State Board of Health re
The city accepted the new city leaders to cooperate resultedIn
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Five trophies for each surfing ports that rabid bats are In.
maps which have been completed Howard Is a native of Ft. the Industrial plants going
I event will, be given. Events creasing In Florida, rabid raccoons .
by Phillips Wine and Associates Pierce and was raised on a dairy somewhere else.
include Florida Men's Open; are decreasing bu't'rabid
engineers and surveyors (farm and beef cattle ranch. He The speaker said Flaglerhas
Senior Men's and Junior Men's.In animals of all species have In.
of BunnelL One map shows all entered the U. S. Army in 1944 the greatest potential In. -
the events for women will creased slightly 22,000
streets and avenues as well as I and returned to civilian life In persons dustrlal site of any county in
i be Florida Women open; Senior were bitten by animals last
all lots In the subdivided area. 1946 as Sargent Major in Intelligence I Florida, being blessed with rail,
and Junior men's events. year and a number had to take
This map will be reduced to, Section. He worked a I water and highway transportation
of St. the painful anti-rabies shots.
Schilling Augus i
Pappy
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a smaller size and will be i year before entering the University water and power facilities.
tine will be master of Ceremonies
available at city office for about of Florida In Gainesville,1 Rabies is a 100 per cent fatal lie said the commission stands \
for all surfing events.
$1 each. The second map will where he received his four degree disease to animal ,or man onceit ready to help, but people here :
show all streets blocks, and all in two years and nine I All surfing events will be develops. There Is no vaccine must make a sustained effort 1
water pipes and connections In months. After completing his held in the area north of the for man but !It.can be prevented to. obtain, and present needed

the dty water system. This will I college work he was employedby Flagler Beach Fishing Pier. from developing in most facts to prospective industrial.
Members of the Committeesfrom
not show lots and will be for the U. S. Sugarland Ranch instances It antl-rabies shots art ists.
r use by the waterworks depart I in Clewlston. where he was assistant the American Legion said taken soon enough. Another speaker listed possi ,

ment ranch manager. advance registrations are from Last year, In Florida there bilities for further developingthe 1

....:.::. They also vvtea'fb4 th''abeept While lir-coflegr; he 'was""a Palatka St.. Crescent-"Augustine City,Daytona Gainesville 'were only Jive;case in domestic county ..'a desired place of \
a check for H.029.29 offered by fraternity member and servedas animals.. This Is a tribute topet residence of retired people, My
the Florida East Coast Railwayon officer of the same. He was Beach, Bunnell and Flagler i owners, private veterinarians, ing that a survey showed that
back taxes. The letter from also active In college campus Beach and many others. I and local health units who are the average retiree has $-100 or

the company's president W. L. activities.In cooperating to prevent spreadof more dollars to spend monthly.
f t Thornton, said that its acceptance 1955 he was employed by Junior College rabies from wildlife to domestic Another of the group pointedout
would in no way affect the the 'florida Agricultural Extension animals. Pet owners are the possibilities for recrea

dty position in the current Service In Duval County. Classes Begin urged to have their animals Inoculated tional facilities, declaring that

litigation over taxes. He stated Assistant County Agent, primarily each year. Parents many millions of dollars are
that If the courts upheld the in charge of 4.11 Club work.In On August 23rd should warn children not to being spent on recreation and
t cities claims for more taxes they 1956-57 his 4.11 Livestock!' pick up bats or wild animals that the trend indicate this Is
would come through with another Judging Team won second placeat Classes for the College Division which are apparently tame. to continue."

check. The railroad has the Tampa Fair, Just three of the Daytona Beach They probably are r.bldltl The speakers suggested that

not paid dty taxes since 1962. points short of the first place Junior College begins Monday, local leadership gather fact

, In other business they discussed and a free trip to the international August 23, 1965: according to First Baptist that any potential resident or
f dty employee insurancefor Livestock Show In the bulletin Issued by the business would want to know

t,. hospltallzation; Court Ave. Chicago.Mr. College.All I. Services before considering Flagler
. crossing; and voted to hold the Taylor came to Flagler Junior college students, SundayTomorrow County, Some of these facts are

. September 6th meeting on Tues County as Agricultural Agentin from Flagler County, expecting (Friday) night proper zoning, educational fa

day, September 7, Monday, September June, 1957 and here he has to ride the school bus to the there will be a "Folk Song Fes- I dlltles, housing, labor supply,
6 being a legal holiday. been active In many phases of Daytona Beach Junior College, tlval" for young people at the community attitude and reason.
t the community life In Flagler I should notify the office of the First Baptist' Church of Bunnellat I able political. climate.It .

Howard BowersMemorial CountyBy nature Howard is County Superintendent by mall 8 o'clock. Thirty-five young was emphasized that local
a profectlonest and by taking a phone or in person of their Intent people are coming from Mel. people are wholly responsible

Fund quick peep at some of his work This Information 1s needed bourne to lead the festival. Theyare for developing the county, and
7 day records' I Just don't know by Friday, August 20, 1965. i from Ted Mooreheads that the commission can do
how one slim 133 pound man Information concerning course Church. nothing more than point the
Reports $250.00 can 'cover the County' in such offerings by the Mary Karl Vocational They have prepared a special way and aunt In the local effort

Mrs. Annie Ruth Geller said a efficient manner and with Division of the Daytona program of folk music, skits,
she wished to thank all the all the enthusiam and a big Beach Junior College can be obtained and choral work for the evening.

teenagers who participated In happy smile Howard always from the County Super All young people are !invited to ST. THOMAS

, the "Howard Bowers Memorial" greets everyone with. intendent's office In the Court come join !In the sing. ORGANIZESCHOOL
Fund Drive Sunday. A total ofW' In the 4.11 Club work he has !(Dose. Rev. Thomas Pinner said his. '

t $250.00! was collected In the estballshed 4.11 pasture project sermon topics for Sunday will At the ParrUh meeting held
drive. which Club now has several First Methodist be "!(ow Does A Saint DreM," Sunday, plan were made to or.

Mrs. Geller said anyone who thousand dollars worth of cattle, at the 11 o'clock hour. The evening ganlze the Sunday School pro

t wax missed and who wished to and they have sold about GO or Sunday Services"Rock service topic will be The gram of St. Thomas Episcopal
contribute may do so by mail' 70 heads of cattle with the prof. Difficulties In Praying." Church Bunnfll. The Rev, Bob
ing their donation to ALSAC P. it going to the Individual member of Ages" will be the I Stuart announced that Sunday
O. Box 633 BunnelLMr ; with the assistance of sermon subject of the Rev. E. Attends Supervisor School will start September 19,

*. Geller Is opening the various local companies they E. Snow, pastor of the First Of Election Meting 'I'at 10:30: a. m. On September 12.
office for the ALSAC fund raising have planted 26J acre of pineseedlings Methodist Church: Sunday mornIng In Jacksonville teachers have been 'Invited to \
drive which will be conducted for the 4.11 Clubs; at the eleven o'clock worship Mrs. Mary E. Smith, super observe Church School program

I here during the monthof Developed a small herd of hour. The Scripture Text I'I visor of Registration for Flagler at St. Mark In Palatka. St. \
September. high grade Angus cattle for will be Hebrews 13:9.: "Be Not County, U In Jacksonville this .Thomas Church extend a cor
t the Club; served as District 5 Carried about with divers and I I I week attending! the 20th annual : dial welcome to all to attend

LARGEST MAMA BAT j 4.11 dub chairman; Has taken strange doctrine, For It Is a convention held at the George' Church School or morning wor .

Largest of the rays, the giant from 25: to 50 4-H members good thing that the heart be I Washington Hotel. I ship service at 11:15 a.m.
to manta may attain a span of each year to Camp for the 8 established with grace." Mrs. Smith said the reglstra* Coy G. !Harris( was asked to :

' over 20 feet and a weight approaching years; in 1964 had largest Sunday School will meet at lion books of Flatter County serve a* Superintendent ,of the
two tons. For aU its county 4-H Public Speaking in 9:45: with classes for all age will be open September 3 Sunday School. Anita and Tom
i'r.' Immense sfae and awesome ap the entire state; Taken boys to Rev Snow and his family returned I I through October 2 so all those I Lenssen will head the Dement

pearance, the giant manta is an 4-H Shortcourse for seven years I from North Carolina this wishing to register may do so. 1}'ary and Junior Department

r Inoffensive creature which feeds for training and bad largest week and they are now occupybig '(I The books will be dosed :30 days'; Joy sttfllk will be in chargeof '"
only on plankton, according to group of guests at Shortcourse!IContinued' i the new parsonage on Magnolia before the November special''election. the Nursery Kindergarten
scientists at Marineland. ( on page 10) Avenue. I', das

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PAGE TWO THE FLAULER TRIBUNE, BUNNELL, FLORIDA Thursday, Aug (sti111665:'

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q lit dlMa I vade the -dying tree, sendingout Ing in Infected plants. If discovered gain litter the lawn with podsof I shoots to replace the one you

tiny spring-like coils of dig and burn infected seed that send forth hundreds I cut off.Mary.

(By limey Sharpe) | sawdust. From a distance, It trees, because there is no known : of unwanted seedlings in the

looks like the tree is covered byI cure. most undesirable places. Chopping Todd Linclon was one

Mimosa trees that lose their I la giant spider web. But don't : off the young trees at I i of the first noted travelers to
leaves like be fooled. Look for of If you do pruning or other
prematurely are signs ground level does not daunt visit Florida's Silver Springs following -
bald headed ladies both In I wilt. work with tools on trees I suspected -
are them-they merely send up two the Civil War.
bad trouble. I Make positive Identification of having the disease, I -,

by cutting into a section of the disinfect the tools before they, -

Wig-makers often can ease I bark, about one-fourth Inch are used on healthy trees.
the suffering of the ladies but
j deep, from a lower limb. If youI I
Other of the
not the mimosa since toupeesare ways spreading
not natural looking canopiesfor I see brownish streaks or a ring disease Is by bumping the trash BROWN & BROWN INC
Iin the of the current I
sap year'sgrowth cart'' into tree
trees. a or raking around -

The reason ,ladles lose their I the tree is infected by dlseasesd tree. Water INSURANCEOUR I

tresses is something for the mimosa wilt. movement In the soil also transfers .

medics to solve. But most any f Dr. R. S. Mullln, plant path. the fungus from. one tree i

gardener can discover what's I lologist with the Agriculeura to another. : PHONE NUMBER IS

ailing his tree. Drought, high Extension Service, says the disease If you plant a mimosa tree,

water and disease are the main is soil borne and is spread be sure It is resistant to Fusa- 1

reasons trees lose their "hair." into disease-free areas by mov rium wilt. The USDA has developed 437-3394

By the process of elimination several varieties that

you can suspect that mimosa thrive in fungus Infested areas.

wilt is causing baldness In your Suggests Tasty Two of the disease resistant -

silk tree.Mimosa. varities are the Charlotte and fIt.H........tl'."....J......"."'."...."...."..........................tl'........"..

is caused by a fun. Summer SaladsSummer the Tryon.' If your local nurse-
FOR ALL HOURS-DAY OR NIGHT
gus. The first symptom of the ries do not have the resistant

disease is wilting of leaves on days are salad days strains, ask your county agent

one or more of the branches.The .I when a variety of fresh vegetables for names of other sources of I AMBULANCES

foliage hangs downwardand are ", generally in good I the trees. PHONE VAlley41625 -

the wilted leaves shrivel supply.For Without doubt mimosas are

and fall. crisp salads, home economists beautiful trees. But like many ST AUGUSTINE. !'LOBJDA

say select top quality beautiful ladles demand
they
This condition graduallymoves
Never be hesitant about
calling a Carda Ambulance. Ware .
to other branches until greens and other vegetables. lots of care to keep them look

the entire tree becomes bald. Chill Ingredients before mixingand ing their best. always at your service with promptneii. safety and

Death follows defoliation handle carefully to avoid In the fall the trees shed I experience.

bruising. If Ingredients are bushels of leaves that have to
usually within a year. However,I Equipped With Oxygen Reu.ita and Inhalator
In Some cases, trees die in a prepared ahead of time, refrigerate be raked. In spring they litter or
them and add the dressingat the ground with discarded
month or two. Garcia
Funeral) Home
Often small worms will In. serving time. powder puff looking objects that

I For tossed salads, tear greensIn turn into a slimy mass after I P. E. GARCIA, Licensed Funeral Director
fairly large pieces to give each rain.


PETERSON TEXACO- II salad wilting,more dry greens body. before To prevent mix. Later in the summer they a- !'....--.....".........".......".'fI."."'.".LADY.........."'.ASSISTANT................"..... ."............".......A.'JIJ..
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variety of the firmer vegetable I .

Light Mechanical Work and wait until ,just before servo y IR .' ', .Ai. 1:1 {. 11 ....,L } '
Phone 437.3441 Buantll
ing to add dressing Toss lightly I "r, "J $.-' '. 'h.
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Notice Is hereby given that the Board of County Commissioner r; j .-. A' ""
of Flagler Florida, will receive sealed bids on the
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September, CountYi ( at the hour of 9:00: o'clock A. M. In the office to", ...: .. :...) '
of the Clerk of the Circuit Court In the Flagler County Courthouse '. 0'i. .. ".tii't'J'j' .r
,for Insurance based on the following specifications: .'it .. (, \ ,
The following Is a schedule of 100% Insurable value. of the prop- > .
ertles owned by the county. It I. suggested that companies quote ..' s'(1: ,; .
premium. for both 80'% and 90% coinsurance values. Quotation. should :. !" I* ;'
cover both Fire and Extended Coverage. : :
I. 'art ll.u. 100% Valves PabtUaed raleaII. :
r:. Moody Blvd Speaking of saving time = .
llldg Sl08OOO.00.TC Code 070.3 Ij' :
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Contents I 15.000.00 .18'Code OTO.I :
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health IL. Moody. Des.rtmeat Blvd.Bldg. 7.000.00.n Code 010. I : you can cut ,one more corner. .


Fr.me Contents OAIce Ilalldiag 2000.00. You can dial
Behind Health Department 1 your own station-to-station
III d If. l.uOO.OO I.9 0 Code 010

Contents Road. .l3upt.. home 2.000'D".elll. Long Distance calls and always get low rates.


New Bldg.. Jail 8t.e..... ,000.00 Class .rated Means can in touch ,
Bldg. IS.OOO.OO .oot Code 100.1 you get oftener.. '
Jt ulomeat !Shed ..
Bldg.: 10000.00 UI With all
those
01. .r.n I faraway people love.
(Bldg'LIe'Ce.ferBldr.. 11.000.00 1.61 Code 100. ,. you :. ,

2.500.00 I.U Code 011.1 .'
ll.w creek Meth.di.t Ch.re1Bldg.
sd00oe .11 Code 0903C.mm.alty ;< ,

Bldg. n.n. S. .J.... Park 1.000 00 I.U Code 071.1 ,t.' ,' Give it whirl.Now. I 4' ;

RATK! NOT, PMIMDIIBDl USE TIIKtH! TKMTATIVR. IIATKH FOIL ...;'11.. > '..." I a I : V
rOMI''IUION. PVUPOlIiJ" .. I' '. .'
Valuable papers and recordsAll

Records risk located coverage In the Court House 50000.00 ,1
III. Comprehensive Auto Liability
Limits 100/ 20010 ,
1'ollcy should provide for automatic pickup of all newly acquired (What else that costs so little takes far
vehicles. you so so fast?)
r Road Denartment (See. page 4 for schedule)
Sheriffs Department (See pace 4 for schedule). .
Hired Autos If any basis
Non-Owned Auto. If any basis
$('n l'I.K Of KQL'IPMR.VT8chleld
Bantam Model T-35 Dragline
t } i'atapllUr Model No. 111 Motor Grader ..
1 Massey-Hnrrls Tractor Model 10
t Missouri) Mule Lowboy Model M25OMC450
Truck 1952 Model 47230 ID30KI481
i ..) Chevrolet 1939 Flat Bed Truck Model ISO! .. ID (5C59A10988
7.) Ford 194 Prison Bus 0 Iii
, I. Ford 19(0 Pump Truck F- 00 ID F60PON18247 '
>.) Ford 1980 Dump Truck F-400 ID FODON1359t *
, 10._ Ford 19(3 Dump Truck F-800 ID K80HH lUlU
11. Ford 19(3 Dump Truck K-(00 ID FOB1T-2X5(77 / L V assay s..
12.: Chevrolet 1959 Pickup 2104 ID A59A109S72 ;
13., Chevrolet 195< Pickup 3104 ID A5 A0031(2 a
14. Chevrolet 1953 Pickup Truck 3104 ID LBA 1017718 H"t'
15.ii. 1958 Boat Trailer (Two Wheel) Model M 25 [ r
Ford 19(4 Pickup FLOSS ID F105N5IS3(0
.. Font 1951 Pickup FdtIA ID FRIAT2(15
OMC 1957 Tractor-Truck Model 200 JI) 270(2279 '
n.) IMS Chevrolet 4 Pit. Sedan ID K44t5A105l44 2s us 31 fi
10.) 19(5 Chevrolet 4 Pit. Sedan ID 1S4M5A1058K
,. WOHKMRVS: roMPR.iaATlnV: RXTRNMON 'CIIGD1'LR
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6.000 (5023) Masonry N. O. C.
9.100. (9410) Municipal. Township, County or
State (employees N. O. C. Work
J men. Mechanics or other. engaged
In manual labor or supervisors of
r construction work to be separately
". rated.
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29,800.." d .I (8504) Street or Road Construction or Re*
'
I 1.,. construction. Paving or repavlng.
i iKt surfacing
or resurfacing or sera
.",' ping all kinds Including, air.
","r port runways, warming aprons>> ,
., aim drivers. Clearing of right. of way:
earth or rock eicavstlon: filling or
grading; tunneling: bridge or cut*
vert building; quarrying: stone
crushing to be separately rated
,11.500.. (7720) ollcemon Including drivers kr
K.200. (3310i Clerical office employees N. 0. C. ?
o 2,400. (9018)ISIS Building N. 0. C operation by
own.r or lessee
> I':*] OR r
p"'nLIOMl'::UISt
200. ( ) Librarians, Curators or Profession ;
al Assistants Including clerical
.88 Experience Modification
,'l The Board reserves the right to negotiate with the lowest and best
bidder for an' change from the specifications that might be deemed
economically I lessible.
The Board reserves the right to reject any and all bid.
Dated at Dunnell. Florida this ITlh dar ot AU"ut. A. D. UII @c: Southern
ATTEST: E. A. 8)TTJIflg' :!: ( 1IJ E. \VICKLI-lE. Chairman Bell

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Thursday, August 19, 1965 THE FLAGLER TRIBUNE, BUNNELL,, FLORIDA PAGE THREE ;
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Eskimos Desert Early Warning Line has broughtmen I I
money and machines to

Igloos for Modern the Eskimos arctic.moved Industry out followed.of their I I I WE GIVE METTSSUPER: :: Quantity Rights i

Suburban LivingThe igloos electricity into and roomy oil-fired prefabs central with I ReservedTOP ***

heating. Prices Good
thumping Eskimo drumsis
fading. The igloo has almost Recent health and welfare VALUE MARKET Thurs.. Fri., Sat.,
vanished, and the kyak is rarely programs have been so effec- & Mon.
used. tive that in Greenland, Eskimosare
Aug. 19,20,21,23
As civilization spreads across multiplying faster than STAMPS 1965
the frozen northland, more and any. people on earth, according 103 SOUTH RAILROAD
more Eskimos are settling down I I to Hans Brun former Danish
to suburban life, albeit In the Under Secretary of State. Some U. S. D.
families have 15 children. I A. ChoiceChuck
snow.A .
I I I
Eskimo may repair A Smithsonian Institution report -
radios young instead of carving col credits the population ex '
lectors' pieces of Ivory or soap. plosion to the change in diet. Roast Ib 49
stone. North of the Arctic Circle, When Eskimos eat "white man's ,
hardy trappers, trade their furs food" instead of their usual
for imported dresses, nylon meat diet of whale fish and
stockings, and rock 'n' roll rec- seal the birth rate almost Fla. Grade "A" (Fresh Not Frozen)

ords.Centuries of Isolation triples.PicturelMS TV
A generation ago, most Eskimos The Canadian Government, STEWING HENS Ib 25
had barely heard of the through it* Department of
outside world, the National Geo. I Northern Affairs, trying to
graphic Society says. For thou soften the impact of modern Azalea
sands of years, Eskimos roamed civilization on the Eskimos. A
the rim of North America from recent 300-page manual offers '
Alaska to Greenland. The self. I advice on some 60 problems Smoked PICNICS Ib 43
sufficient hunters stalked thepolar I from writing bank checks to
bear, trapped the seal, I caring for gunshot wounds. The
and fished through the ice. I book's tItle QcraJlvaaUlrutissat)
In Eskimo, U.S.D.A. Choice Ib U.S.D. A. Choice tb>>
The hardy race had so little means "something
contact with any other humans that will let you know." "
CHUCK STEAK FAMILY STEAK 69
that they called themselves "In. I What some Eskimos really
nult," meaning The Peopletheonly i want to know about is tele
people. I vision. In one northern Canadian
I World's Best U. S. D. A. ChoiceGROUND
Until a short time ago Eskimos community there are 11 tele
feasted on such far north,vision sets-but no programs.The .
delicacies as partly digested I' sets are owned by 11 status. BEEF 2 lbs 89' RIB STEAK Ib 89
shellfish found in the stomachs j;conscious Eskimo families. One
of walrus fermented seal oil I'enterprising-but less wealthy-
and brisket of caribou. Now I Eskimo has painted a TV set
they enjoy TV dinners. They I on the wall of his house to Herthey or Dixie Crystal,
prove that he can keep with
revered supernatural beings-a up
ten-legged polar bear a flying 'the Nanooks. Limit (1) with 5 lb.1
caribou skelton and a vengeful SUGAREverfreth purchase of 25 a j
monster called an amlxaak.1NOv ; $5.00 or more Ha II 1
most are practicing ChrIs. food order. b
tians. I RENEW YOUR :
Since World War II, the installation DRIVER'S LICENSE i
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The Flagler Woman's Club About 25 persons attended the
met for the final summer meeting Methodist Youth Fellowship:
last Wednesday morning hamburger social last Sunda
with President, Miss Emily] Gage, evening at the church. Rev PRICES GOOD THURS., FRL, SAT., QUANTITY RIGHTS
presiding. and Mrs. E. Lester Stanton, Mrs. AUGUST 19, 20, 21, 1965 RESERVED
I Robert Owens, Mr. and Mrs.
*Mrs. R. K. Hirst's Inspiring devotional i. OPEN SUNDAY 9 A. M., IP. M.WILSON'S .
Leonard Johnson and Lee Bourne
on "serenity" was joined the group for the eveningIn
taken from Psalm 21. A brunchof
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the absence of their
regular
CERTIFIED U. S. CHOICE
sweets and coffee were served GRADE
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counselors Mrs. Lee Bourne, Mr.
preceding the meeting by Mrs. I and Mrs. BernIe Wilson and Mrs. T.BONE or SIRLOINSTEAK

Massie Jasper White co-hostessing.with Mrs.The Harold following Reynold Hoover. HAMSHANK I Ib 98

business was discussedand Last Monday night Mrs. Lester
voted on favorably.Two Stanton entertained her
church school group at a supper
FLA.
GRAODE "A" D & D
resignations with regrets.
In her home. Prior to the
Mrs. Harold Massie as chairman supper the class visited the Baptist
of the building committee and Church In connection withtheir ;: FRYERS
Mrs. Charles Bondy A$ club recent 49
study on baptism. lb 29
treasurer. Mrs. Charles Sindelar Rev. Max Hall described their ENDlb
was named to fill the latter's method of baptising. The supper .
position. was also to honor Donna I WHOLE OR Limit 3 Please

Additional Insurance coveragefor I Whitney and Debra Johnson i I BUTT ENDCOPELAND'S lb 59c FLA. GRADE "A" D & D
the club building; by-laws who will be promoted to another STEWING
QUICK FROZEN
I class in September. Besides
to be re-written and presentedfor
I Donna and Debra others attend. CHOPPED SIRLOIN
approval; transferring the
library books to the city library ing were Joyce Whitney, Sue 's-89'HEH ? Ib 23''
when the building Is ready. Ellen Seale, Charlotte Dodlmead, STEAKS
\ Jackie Prevatt and Debbie Mc 2 Please
t Also a statement of regret to Nitt.
employees of the Lehlgb Port I Church school is at 9:45: A.M.
land Cement Co. (found else and morning worship at 11 o'. FOLGERS
where in this issue). I clock. Lou Green, principal of MAXWELL HOUSE HERSHEYS U. S. No. 1

The next regular business Crescent City High School, will or WHITEPOTATOES
.{I be the guest speaker this Sun- CHASE'
meeting will be held Wednesday & SANBORN
day and the chapel choir will SUGAR
September 8, beginning at
2 P.M. This will begin the fall present. special music.
Youth Fellowship meets each COFFEE
term when two meetings a
month will be held. Sunday evening at 7:30 and all Kraft Vent-Vu
visiting youths ((12 to 21) am In.
BIRTHDAY PARTY vited to attend. lb 58- BAG 21b 10-
.. Tin 10 Ib 39
Miss Debra Johnson, daughterof BAGLimit
Mr. and Mrs. Leonard 1 of your choice Limit 1 with your $5.00 Limit
1 with
honored 10hn.1 with or more food order your $5.00
son was on her $5.00 or more order or more food order
birthday last Friday
swimming party, at \he home I I Bg SPrompt
of Mr. ,and Mrs. Jack R 21/a DEL'MONTE HALVES
Limit
r Those attending were Meeklns'j 4 Please

r and Joyce Whitney,
Connie McDanIel, DebbIe Patty
f; McNIt.I and Anne. MeekIns and Debbie PEACHES 4

Service
Recent visitors of Mr. and Mrs.
Tony Bradac were Cpl. and Mrs. The Flagler Tribune
Don Schlelcker and children, 2i/3 SHURFINE FRUIT 64 COUNT TETLEY

Sharon Lee and Scott Allen, Phone IDtewood 7-3282

; Schlelcker from Cherry is the Point granddaughterof N. C. Mrs. BunntlL Florida COCKTAIL 2 for 79 TEA BAGS -.59-

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Mr. and Mrs. James Robinsonof CommunityMemorial FROZEN FOODS
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Atlanta, Ga. and Mr. and Church 6 01. SEALD SWEETLEMONADES
Mrs. J. B. Cochran of Pine
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Mountain, Ga. visited last week Irt.r- LARGE FIRM HEAD '
with Mr. and Mrs. Willie Aaron. AIR CONDITIONED for88LETTUCE
Mrs. Robinson is Mrs. Aaron's Dayton AT..
2 for 39-
sister and Mrs. Cochran Is a FLAGLER BEACH

cousin of Mrs. Aaron's. Sunday .School 10:00 A.M. DAIRY
I Church Service 11:00 A.M.
Mr. and Mrs. Harold Shill and FANCY & JUICY 8 01. PILLSBURY CAN
sons, Hal and Dave, from West Ii w. DICKERT Pasts
field, N. J. and Mr. and Mrs.I BVKHY01VB WKLCOina I LIMES or -
Richard Shill and daughters -....... : BISCUITSLARGE 4 for 39LEMONS

: Carol and Karen from Enter. I : Doz. 390
prise, Ala. arrived last week for MILLERELECTRONICS
a visit with their brother and "
family, Mr. and Mrs. Henry r" BAKERY
Shill and family.Mr. .
FANCY
1744 OCKU Shore Blvd. EVERFRESH

and Mrs. Willie Aaron of REPAIRS ON TV'S NECTARINES ""

their Venice 2th Park wedding will be anniversary celebrating WASHERSDRYERS 25 RINGS 29-

thIs Sunday. They were married

August 22, 1940, in Barnsville, Call Collect 672.0377 22 ox. LIQUID PERSONAL LARGE SIZE
Ga. by Mrs. Aaron's uncle, the DETERGENT IVORY
late Rev. W. J. Self formerly ALL WORK GUARANTEED 41;;

of Macon, Ga. I DOVE Ea. SOAP4 for 29 FAB ScOFFWVVWVVWVWVYWVWYV 30C


TO THE EMPLOYEES' AND THEIR >

CEMENT FAMILIES COMPANY OF THE LEHIGH: PORTLAND I so EXTRA FREE JU Cf 1911% EXTRA FREE 50 : 50 FREE soS

S & H GREEN STAMPS S & H GREEN STAMPS & H GREEN
STAMPS
Members of the FUgler Woman' Club regret
r the closing of the cement plant and with to take With this coupon and your; With this coupon and your With this coupon and
this means to thank you for your patronage of of one 16 oz. purchase of one 10 oz. purchase of three (3)yoUI'purcha.e Vi
Club Projects in the past years. To those re I Faultless Jar Folgers Size cans Chicken of the
maining in our vicinity we ask your continued SPRAY STARCH INSTANT COFFEE Sea Light Chunk TUNA
friendship and support and to those leaving we Coupon Expires Coupon Expires
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Mrs. Dave McCoy Mrs. Tucker

Honored At A I. Honored on
Bridge Party I. AnniversaryMrs.

Mrs. Dave McCoy was guest: A. F. Tucker was honore .
of honor Tuesday evening- at i abridge I I guest at a barbeque and dinner u. s. D. A. ChoiceRound

party given by friend at the home of her son Mr. and

at the home of Joy Steflik. Mrs. Gilbert Tucker of Cocoa

Millie has ben a member of I I The occasion was in celebratloi Bone Roast Ib 59
the Bunnell school faculty for of Mrs. Tucker's 77th birthday;

the past five years where she anniversary.
served in the English Department .I I Those enjoying the day will
She is leaving to accept the hosts and honoree Include Armour Star SMOKED 6-8 Ib Avg.

a position in Buckhannon. West',her sons and their families from


Virginia.Invited Crews guests Mary included Broadawaj: Joann Titusvllle.Bunnell present.Mr. Christmas Fort guests Cocoa wen and Smoked PICNICS Ib 39U. <


Rosie Cameron, Freda Deer
and Mrs. Lee Mercer have<
Laura Morris, Elouise McClure
returned from a vacation of tw
Santa Bradley, Opal Craig, weeks. They visited in Willis S. D. A. Choice Western Select


worth Jeanne, 'Inez, Bette Cannon Manuel McDaniel., Frances Viola Gall Tonkin Wads Kelly daughters ton and and spent Fort several and Walton their days with camping families their; CHUCK STEAK 59' BEEF LIVER It> 49' ,


and Pat Bayless. In state parks, In West Florida
Gall Kelly and Opal Craig received -
Fla. Grade "A" D 6V D Lean
prizes. Mrs. McCoy wa Mr. and Mrs. H. T. Cook hay (22Ib Avg.) Juicy

presented with a gift as a me moved to their home In Flag
meno of the occasion.Mr. I I ler Beach. They have sold their; FRYERS It 31STEW lb 69*

1 home at 1001 E. Moody Blvd..
and Mrs. Jimmy Kelly; I to Tax Assessor: and Mrs. Dot
have returned from a visit In I
Moore who plan to reside thereIn
Southern 10 oz. Reg. 39c
Nashville Tenn. with his par the future.
ents. They were accompanies ANGEL GIANT SIZE
home by their sons, Mike and Carl Kendall of Augusta Ga. FOOD CAKE Now 296Red

Zane who have spent some tim< Is visiting here this week with CHEERRed
with their grandparents and< members of his family and

attending camp there. friends. &: White 303 can HALVES or SLICED
from the "small world I 48e
Coming Mrs. Bertha Grimes had as:
department, Jimmy said on their PEACHES 5 I00
her guests last week her sisters; for '
return trip they stopped overnight Mrs. Fred Ackerman of Meggett 1 with $5.00 or more food order

at a motel in Perry, Ga S. C. and Miss Ada Martin of
During the evening around 'the Charleston S. C. Also her neph
poolside they discovered the ew and nelce, Mr. and Mn Our Value 303 CanCORN
Clare Biddies and their son wen George Sease and their son. CREAM Campbells No. 1

also guests at the motel. The George of Columbia S. C. The] STYLE 7 ,.JfOO SOUPEachlOe
Biddies had visited in Atlanta. also visited with other member TOMATO
relatives. The Kelly Service
with of Mrs. Crimea's family which
Station and the Biddle Service .
Include Mr. and Mrs. Clyde
Stations here are across DAIRY SPECIAL-
Lewis, Mr. and Mrs. Johnny HERSHEY'S
Highway One from each other Mercer Mr. and Mrs. T. K. Me

Knight and Mr. and Mrs. Dick 1 Ib>> Solid '
Mrs. Paul Stanish arid daugh SUGAR
Cody and family.
tees Celestine and Catherine

are visiting in Yorktown. Va.. Scott McCort of Jacksonville 5 29C OLEO Each fOe
with Mr. and Mrs. Orby Stanlsh visited here two weeks with his Bag
Limit 2 Pl....
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uncle Ray Smith and his grandmother .
Mr. and Mrs. Everette Deckel Limit 1 with $5.00 or more food order
Mrs. Raymond Smith.
have purchased a home on An
FROZEN FOODS -
denon St. and Howe Ave. and Mr. and Mrs. W. W. Deen Sr.,.
are moving there to reside. and Mrs. Rosely Cameron visited Foremost
several days FRESH PRODUCE _
Mr. and Mrs. T. E. Holden art In Belleglade .
the horn last week with Mr. and Mrs.
spending this week at ICE MILK
of their son in law and daughter W. W. Deen, Jr. and their young Fresh ., c.,. 49c

Mr. and Mrs. Sam Black.. daughter, Caroline Reglna. De-
Tuesday she and their guest, lores Deen who had been visit TOMATOES ,,23c>>

Mrs. Clarence Holden of Palatka,. Ing with them returned home MAXWELL HOUSECOFFEE
visited with friends here. with her parents. Creen

Mr. and Mrs. O.G Lucht and Mr. and Mrs. John W. Hornsby
son, Kevin left Saturday for and children of MarUnville, Va., CABBAGE Ib 5c

their home In Decatur Illinois, are expected to visit here next. :1 lb. SOS
visit with her Tin
weeks visit with week for a par."nts
after a two Golden Ripe
her Mr. and Mrs. W. II. Mr. and Mrs. L. L. Harris.
parents
Limit 1 with $5.00 or more food order
and her brother In law BANANAS fOe
King
Overnight guests of Mrs. A. A. Ib
and sister, Mr. and Mrs. J. B. Walker and Miss Lucille Walker

Matherly and Beth. Thursday was Mrs. Loycelle i

Mr. and Mrs. Leonard Moody Cook of Fort White. Mrs. CookIs Ri5O 1
the former Loycelle Morgan
and Eula Lee were camping In 50
member of the Bun.
the Ocala National Forest during who was" a
nell High School faculty several
the past weekend. years ago.Howard with coupon & purchaseswith coupon purchase. with coupon & purchaseof ,
Guests of Rev and Mrs. Tom I of 1 Qt. of Mazola Oof (2) tb cans Icy Waters (1) can I
Pinner Jr. this week are their Taylor visited with CORN OIL < > PINK SALMON OVEN CARD
iCH. Gall Lampp and Melanie his parents In Fort Pierce Sat. Coupon Void After ) \ Coupon Void After Coupon Void AfterSunday
n Stalling of Jacksonville. urday and Sunday His fathers Sunday, Au,. 22, 1965 ) ( Sunday, Au,. 22, 1965 Aug. 22, IDa
111 at his home there.

Mr. and Mrs. F. L. Malphursand
Guests of Mrs. A. A. Walker
Mr. and Mrs. Tommy Salyerds
.I and Miss Lucille Walker Saturday .
have returned from a vacation
and Sunday were )fr. and
visiting In the Smoky
Mrs. David Bayless and little
In Chero-
Mountains. They were laughter Beth, of White Plains,
'
kee and visited points of lntrr
N, Y. They have spent some
Lookout Mountain "111 RODGERS
est including STORE
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and Cattlenburg. They returned ,
with his parents and are InFlorida "mil It1
and AJabams.
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through
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Mr. and Mrs. Brady Wads-. It >( University to work on II"'" ',t

. worth and family of Jesup. Ga. his PHD degree. Phooe 437-3227 1
are vacationing at Flagler Beach. They were accompanied hereby OPEN SUNDAYS U.S.Na.1 BUNNELL 1
They are also visiting with I her sister Janet Walker, of SiOO aunuliOO p.m. p
I Reserved PRICES GOOD AUGUST 19 20 21 1965
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Recreation Sites current stations publication entitled First, the county's tax base of the people. Subscribe for The Flagler l'rIbuu' ,

"Resource Use and Income will Increase as waterfront Rural north Florida may nev .,,1. .

For Rural AreasMore Implications of Outdoor property Is shifted from idlenessto er reach the status of the entire Iff TUB CIRCUIT COUNTY: ,COURT FLORIDA OKKLAOLKR .,'I

Recreation." outdoor recreational sites with state as an outdoor ,recreational IX CIIAItCKIlY NO. Bun "
JACQUELINE: ADAMS ARCHER. .
people have more timeon Dr. Murphree says evidence cottages. area for :tourists, but this Plaintiff. '

their hands than ever before. suggests that within the state, Second, the wide use of riverfront doesn't block its development WILLIAM R. ARCHER,. ,

And, Indications point to this the economy of areas with the (and other waterfront) as a preferred area for Florid..I NOTICE TO DKKKNU Defendant '

trend continuing In the future; "greatest" growth rate since property by nonresidents of the lansi THE STATE OF FLORIDA. TO: \,, ";,? ',A
county Is In the line of "goods "North Florida well within WILLIAM R. ARCHER '
One of the rural coun- 1950 is based on agriculture, In- 966 OASTON aW. .t
ways 1.
GEORGIA
ATLANTA
and services.
weekend commuting distances,
ties in north Florida can shareIn dustry and recreation."If You are hereby notified that a .
Dr. Murphree -explains that Dr. Murphree noted, "for a large suit haa been filed against you in
the total economy of the this Is what's the above entitled cause: and you ;:
necessaryfor number of whose income .
will create; people ..
Income people in an area are hereby required an .
state is providing higher
by future growth, then the rural a demand for goods and serv is above the state's average." sorer with the kt"orlJlao'go t,
non-county residents with and to serve a copy thereof upon '
counties of north Floridaare
ices. In the normal chain of I'I If
the plaintiff or plaintiff* attorney
prize waterfront sites for out. I at a disadvantage," Dr. Quite possibly the "remote- whose name and address Is:
events, he spent by those
door recreational activities. money ness" of rural north Florida WILLIAM OTTINOER
I Murphree said. I may New York
seeking outdoor recreation will I 234 West AvenueP.
O. Box UU
This Is one solution to the low The economist points out that eventually end up In the pock recreational DeLand. Floridanot

rural Income problem given by this area-relatively unattrac ets of the local ,residents. II j 1'populous!! areas become satu 1965.later than< September 11, A.D. "

Dr. C E. Murphree, associate agricultural If you fall to do so. decree pro
tive to both Industry_ and. out. I All this Increases the Income rated. confeMO will ..be entered against! !
economist with the
of-stater seeking you for the relief demanded an the
state's experiment stations in a bill of complaint. The nature of
I has traditionally I aid suit being for annulment.
recreauon-I WITNESS my hand and seal of
ent almost aid Court this 10th day of August,
culture to '"generate" CRAIG FUNERAL HOME A. D. 1965.Official .
( Real) E. A. SMYTHR.
Sharpen Your for the assets of the area. Clerk of said Circuit Court
I A. H. CRAIG Funeral! Director By Julia R. Harvey
Because of this, it's going to Deputy Clerk t'AUl'uat
SkillsWith ::1 "
Shopping ROBERT WORLEY. Associate 1J-19-J & Sept. -4tciiv -
be a real "task" to bring aboutan __ S ;
TIIK CIRCUIT COURT OF
the summer sale seasonIn Improvement in the Incomeof AIR OXYGEN AriLKR COUNTY, FLORIDA 1.,-<"(

full swing, you may need to these rural counties, the researcher ; ..ONDITIONEDCHAPEL I LADY I EQUIPPED GAIL IV CHANCKKY FAJARDO. NO. BOMO> ". .

sharpen your shopping skills so said.Population ATTENDANT AMBULANCES plaintiff, ',

you'll, make wise choices. increases In the I CITRISOPUER R. FAJARDO.F" "

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past along with urban concentration -, Phone ID 7-3532 Defendant '.
That's word from home economists NOTICR TO DEFEND '.: '
has created a high de. THE STATB OF FI/JRIDA. TO!
with Florida Agricultural 201 E. MOODY BLVD. BUNNELL, FLORIDA CHRISTOPHER R. FAJARDO
Extension Service. gree of competition between 2908 Snowden Road

residents for of local out Naahvllle. Tennesee
use
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Take a close look at the In. You are hereby notified that a
door recreational facilities. j' suit has been filed against you in .
1'1 1'1"In I
vitlng advertisements describing the above entitled cause: and you I
t the various sales and understand contrast, says Dr. Murph- .R. are hereby required to tftlthr.o an- I
ree, "a group of rural counties I 24 HourWrecker awe? with the Clerk Courtand
the terms of each sale. Service to serve a copy thereof upon
in north Florida has had its the plaintiff or plaintiff attorney
Remember, an item Is no bar. whose and
name address la:
residents leave. This places less
gain if you don't really need it, I RAY SELIItNBelden
on outdoor needs In the Building. (00 Main St
no matter how economically it pressure Daytona Beach' Florida 12011
may be priced. Don't go overboard various rural areas." / Flagler Truck & Tractor Co. not 95.later than September 11, A. P.,

There's a lot of waterfront
on bargain buying just If you fall to do so. decree pro
land In the northern tier of : MASSEY-FERGUSON confesio will be entered against
for the sake of buying. you for the relief demanded In the
Here basic counties and its use by people I Grove Farm Industrial Equipment bill of complaint The nature of
are some consumer
aid suit beln for
from divorce.
coming more populous
information guides to aid you I VIRGIL DECKER Phone ID 7-3242 WITNESS my hand and seal of
parts of the state might gene. aid Court this 10th day of August
in shopping: Consider off-season A. I). If IS. ,
rate growth for the rural residents Owner Bunnell, Florida (
buying. There may be less I OfficialClerkof said Circuit
In two Court
choice of items' but this need ways. Julia R. Harvey

not be a disadvantage when AUIr. U-19.2. It Sept.Deputy I- taI Clerk

j buying standardized items suchas
TUB CIRCUIT: COURT OF
socks or white goods. FLAOLKR COUNTY' FLORIDA

Understand guarantees. Know IRENE IX CIIANCRHY BECKER. NO BOO
Now dishes
who is responsible for fulfilling dirty : Plaintiff,

the guarantee agreement. Have ROBERT: MERLIN DECKER

the terms of the been Defendant
guarantee NOTICR' TO DRFRNO
cut along with the price? THB 8TATM OF FLORIDA. TO-
ROBERT MERLIN BECKER
Examine all sales items care. do themselves 21T Itedmond Street
New Brunswick. New Jersey
fully. Be smart'
a shopper. You are hereby notified that a
.i. suit haa been filed against you In
'\, the above entitled cause; and you
are hereby required to file your answer
CLASSIFIEDADS :,4' WITH AN with the Clerk of this Court
and to serve a copy thereof uponthe
plaintiff or plaintiffs attorney,
AUTOMATICELECTRIC whose name and address la:
RAY 8ELDENftelden
yk>. k Building
Daytona Beach Floridanot
;' later than September ftb A. D.
Listings under this heading are DISHWASHER u...
a If you fall to do decree
so. pro
3 cents a word, each Insertion. confeseo will be entered against
75 cents Is the minimum charge N Jt J\ you for the relief demanded in the
I ,
bill of
complaint The nature of
; WAITRESSES WANTED f77 to ': ", !' said suit belnr for divorce.
WITNESS my band and seal of
j 3 and 3 to 11 shifts. Young ando aid Court this Ird day of August
A. n 1916.
neat, experience not necessary1.Apply Official[ Seal) Eacid SMYTHE
Windmill Grill between Clerk of Circuit Court
I Dy Julia It Harvey
4 and 11 P.M. 8.19.2tp Deputy Clerk
... August I-UUU-4te
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Ends Mess wt'"'
, j FOR SALE-CBS 2 bedroom home ti" You're free forever from ; ix TUB cinrrir COURT or
I 1'! of "LAn'..:R OfNTY, fl.OIIIDA
on corner Forsythe St. and a daily messy chen.I IN c-iiAxocitr "0. am
Court .We. $6,500. Call 4373322. I N MARION BENITEZ.

!. Aug. 12.3tp I'lalntlff.
FVBENITK3.
+ VICTOR

1 FOR RENT-Clean unfurnished xonrn TO Defendant nnKr.xit:

, air conditioned 2 bedroom apart TUB STATE OF FLORIDA. TO'
VICTOR F MENITKZ.!: whose
ment, title bath and kitchen, residence and Post Office

near school. Phone 4373340. address are unknown.

Aug. 12.tfOPENJNQ '''h. .' Costs Only PenniesToday's Pull You has are been hereby filed notified against that you In a

l t cheaper electricity the above entitled caus; and you
; make It to easy to afford.A are hereby required to lie your an*
for Rawlelgh Dealer
r wer with the Clerk of this Court
j in Flagler County. Mrs. Ed Noles and to serve a ropy thereof upon
the
plaintiff or plaintiff' attorney.
I. now completing 6th year in adJoining whos. name and address: Is1:
RAY BEt.DEN
locality and Is securing Selden BHr. ltd Main lit.I .

good business. Write Rawlelgh, I not |Daytona Beach. Florida 22011IMS
September 1$. A. D.
FAIi-360.701( Memphis, Tenn. .
I If you fall to do so. decree pro
August 12 and 26-2tc
I eonfesso will b* entered .;stn.t
you for the relief demanded In the
COX's UPHOLSTERY, Bunnell, bill' of complaint' The nature of
said suit being for dlvorc
Fla Hwy. 11, will pick up and ,. WITNEH8 my hand
allp Cleans gat acid t 11th daydof Aug..
deliver all furniture free. For use A. 1.1. 1l6 t
B '
1 sample material and prices on Automatically pre-rinses. a COffttlal.1/ E. A. SMYTHRu
''I washes,nnaea and Clerk of acid Circuit Court
labor call 4373673. 7-1-tf sanitizes everything Dy Julia I& ltarvey.
In water hotter Saves Tim 1 .putt' Clerk
SEPTIC TANK cleaning; drain than hands can Gives you an ertrahour Means sFllTimMotli.r >. I'-II A RepL 1.9440hr

fields installed; snail shelL Reasonable stand...and drill'.m each day
spadding-bright, for fsx s '-fun You belong with your family not th e diIM.
prices. Call George Ja Protects family health I and recreation. AB th*family love an electric dishwasher. Jflagtrr fcrlbiw
roz. ID 7-3410 8-1-tf

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,JOHNSTON'St AN tiicmicrooo Una. M a >FCUJER. Editor
WASH ix$posf n

t BEACH REALTY CO. .w r,'" ...perfect mats for 0....... _....... r.. all
t. WATER FaUN, FARMS 1 .

ACREAGE s.. your appliance dealer 3nt.e.d a. MMIIcI eta.. matter
lee ua for your real estate needs
Olflce Pbone HE 9-2242 Act of March 3. .nrt4a. .114.

Residence Phones ID 7-3691
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Thursday, August 19, 1965 THE FLAGLKR iiUBUNt!:, BUNNELU t'LOIU1J PAGE NINE
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ASC Committee I I the Agricultural Stabilizationand I eligible to take part In one or in the election and being a local
II Conservation County Com I more of the programs administered resident. It Is also highly desirable I "d
Nominee ElectionSet mittee, has released the follow., by the ASC county com that nominees be cur. I HASTINGS MATTRESS :,
ing slate of nominees for the''I mittee. Eligibility to vote or to rently active farmers or ranch. I & UPHOLSTRY WORKS ,;'
ASC Committee Election: R. W. hold office as a committeeman ers who are qualified for committee 710-12 Lemon St "y
For August 16 I Cody, Jr., R. W. Deen, Jr., W.W.: is not restricted by reason of work and who will represent I I Palatka, Florida
..Deen Sr., A. B. Johnston, L. O.i '!race color, creed, or national I various sections and typesof Phone EA 5-9166 I
The election of the : I
ASC Robertson and Mike Stefllk. Furnlhr\
origin. agriculture in the county. UphouUrlng
County Committee for Flagler Rtpcdraa & RtfinUli
County will be held by mall The county committee: super; Questions on eligibility to vote Nattr....* & Box Springs
ballot August 16-17. vises the ASCS county,office and 1 and hold office, or on the election Subscribe to The FlogUr Tribune Made to Order Also Renovated
Ballots will be tabulated pub. Is responsible for administrationof i procedure will be settled 5X59 A \.or la Advance Call Laura Morris 437.32tt
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licly by the Incumbent county:' the price support, acreage di' by the Incumbent committee. ...tea. After 6:00 P. M.
committee In i the county officeIn version, agricultural conservation Appeals from such decisions PRICES REASONABLE
the post office building In St. I And other programs In the I may be made promptly to the O.F.ALT7ORDRglft rtd 'I BUDGET Just as PLAN near IF as NEEDED.your
Augustine on September 1st at county. ASC state committee. Phone or Post Office
10 A.M. The newly elected committee i Generally, a farm owner ten.I' Qualifications of person eligible Real Estate Broker I Drop Us A Card or Call ,
will take office October 1.'ant, of sharcropper may vote In to hold office as committee. Bunn'U. Florida Free Pick-up& Delivery 1 1I
W. W. Deen, Sr, chairman of the committee election If he is''I men Include eligibility to vote I -




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PAGE TEN THE FLAGLER TRIBUNE, BUNNELL. FLORIDA Thursday, August 19, 1965 f
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HOWARD TAYLOR plete hog cholera eradication State's Per Capita sented a gain over 1963:' Flor growing older and younger. Thatis

LEAVING US program through vaccination; I ida's was 4 percent, the U. S. there is an increasing pro

OCTOBER 1 has prepared thousands of bulle Income Nearing average was 5 percent and the portion of young and of old persons .
tins letters mailed and distributed southeastern states moved up 6 in the state's populationat

Continued From Page 1 to home owners as National AverageThe I percent. the expense of the wage-

from any county in state; Assisted well as formers; Assisted in I "Per capita& Income figuresare earning age group.
,
producing five very successful of the level of "For several Florida
4-H'ers In distributing average per capita Income gauges an years
local papers to hospital for "Cracker Days"; Assisted Live of all Florida Residents area's economy. In calculating has ranked ninth In population

years; At camp Howard has stock owners in establishingrecord stood at $2,251 last year com I them total personal Income Is among the 50 states and tenth
served as 4-H chairman 6 times systems; His office has pared with the national averageof divided by resident population.In in total personal income. An
assisted all groups, clubs etc, I' Florida last improvement in the state's
and was In charge of from 80 $2,566 and the southeastern year personal rankIs
to 160 members for the entire whenever possible; assisting in states' average of $1,917 the Income totaled $12341,000,000 per capita income came last
week.IN producing Mid-Summer Con Florida State Chamber of Com- and resident population stoodat year with a ranking in 28th position
ORGANIZATIONS Howard ventlon of Florida Cattlemen merce reports. 5,705,000 at midpoint of the up from 31st in 1963."

has worked In the Rotary, help Association in Daytona; organ. "Each of these figures repreI year."Florlda's. 'I
ized Agricultural Development Subscribe to The Nagger Tribune
total Income
ing to form the Club here and grew
Committee to enhance the econ faster than the nation's SSLSOAYEAR
was an officer in it until the and
Club terminated; Member of the omy of the County over a long WANT TO PLACE faster than the southeast's. but
range period and he has worked with the state's also 1fI4
American Legion, Lions Club" A NEWSPAPER AD population
item by item towards this goal; growing faster, the gain in
served as officer. SAYING 'YOUNG- per RENEW YOURDRIVER'S
With the Cattlemen he has assisted cattlemen In selecting t+AAN WANTa(:. capita income was a mathe- LICtHSEffi?
bulls conducted classes for
served as Secretary of the Flag. ; matical casualty. DURING YOUR
local agriculture teacher; and
ler County Cattlemen's Association "Florida's pouulation has been BIRTH
MONTH -
many others two numerous
many
since 1957, served as alter.
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to mention for like of space.
nate director to the FloridaCattlemen's I
Association, assisted IN THE BEAUTIFICATION. -
Howard will long
partment d
Flagler County in becoming
be remembered by the spots of
I "rated" very high in regard to
which he had designed MtcPL qOU
I beauty
Bangs testing of Cattle, actively
I through-out the county. He has
assisted numerous numbers of dee
1 made landscape plans for mum tiowI
cattlemen In working in cowpens
erous private homeowners; Landscaped .
Flagler County was among and helped with the .. ...
the first in the state to com 2 s..Y,THrs is
work of beautifying the Bun FasT SERVICE/ 6ttnq
nell Civic Center grounds; the qouJl

Club Has Last highway Islands strip on U. S. 1 .p'leJedptWtttD
1 through Bunnell; Flagler .ter
Summer MeetingThere Beach Park, Flagler Woman's .J i --

I Club grounds Churches parson'

were, 21 members and age grounds, The County Road TT T- K

I Flagler three guests Senior present Citizens when Club met the many Superintendents others. residence and '. .... tltuq Stdce

Tuesday evening, August 17, at He helped organize the Garment
1 f I the Municipal Building in Flag Closet In' Bunnell; helpedIn
: t ler Beach. many phases of disaster 437-3325 BUNNELL
work with the civil defense and & & & ..
This was the third and last
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of the non business meetings I Red Cross; personally assistedIn

scheduled for the summer. The obtaining medical care for
Club will resume its regular a great number of needy persons .

twice monthly meetings, startingthe purchasing clothing for
first Tuesday in September. several families when disaster What type of person should
According to Rev. E. Lester struck in homes being burned,

Stanton, chairman, applicationsfor assisting Churches P-T.A earn. "
new and renewal memberships : Ivals etc; assisted the Flagler :', W buy) the hot Plymouth now? ,

will be taken during Garden Club in their programs;

September, for the Club's fiscal Assisting financially'several
; year which begins in October. needy college students; pursued
Federal Potato Marketing' Order
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AUTHORITY PLANS until farmers decided to decline

the proposal; Assisted persons Y, l
PROGRESS FOR with various problems "Far and
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NEW ADDITION beyond the call of duty of his
office." lie has helped publi 1 \
Jack Abbott of the jAJ1flL
I Housing
I cize Flagler County in many TV
! Authority said have
today they
and radio programs, speaking at
received the approval for going various and numerous out of VI
Into the construction
drawings town clubs in! fact he has beena 1
and specifications for the addi
one man chamber of com
: tion of the
j housing projectMr.
merce In telling the Flagler
j Abbott said tentative .
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Conty Story. All clubs and civic
plans call for beginning con... .. .
organizations having a problemand
struction by November of this ...
needing help In organization -
year. financial and other help,

planning, hard work, sympathy,
Funeral Service' .
a good peptalk with much enthusalsm .
Held Here
For
have all been helpedby A
Mr. Farnsworth
our County Agent, Howard
Leonard Farnsworth, father of Taylor. His resignation will bea
Stanley Farnsworth of Beverly great loss to this communityand

Beach, passed away Monday at as time passes we will .
the local hospital. Mr. Farns realize how much Howard has _

worth was born in Nottingham, accomplished during his tenureIn !
J England and had lived in Bever. the county.
, ly Beach with his son and his '

.1 family for the past twelve years. Bulow Sugar Mill shrewd trader !
a
lie was 78 years of age. ,
Funeral services were held at To Be Restored
ten o'clock Wednesday morning

from the Chapel of Craig Funeral I The State Budget CommissionIn You've waited until now to shop for a

Home, 201 East Moody Boule Tallahassee, this week approved new'65 Plymouth Fury, Belvedere,Valiantor
vard. Rev. Robert Stuart Priestin I, the release of $1,600 for Barracuda because you know that
Charge of St. Thomas Episco architects fees for the ireoon- we'll be cleaning out our stock of
pal Church officiated.The struction of a sugar mill at the .' '65 Plymouths. You also know that the

remains were forwardedto Bulow Plantation Ruins Historic deals are greatand the trade-In allowances l PAA

Bridgeport Conn., for Inter. Memorial. are very generous now. So whats
ment. Craig Funeral Home of According to State Parks DI. keeping you? We're ready to deal today!
Bunnell was in charge of or. Director Bill Miller $25,000 have
rangements. I teen set aside for this project.

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