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Title: The Flagler tribune
Physical Description: Newspaper
Language: English
Publisher: s.n.
s.n.
Place of Publication: Bunnell Fla
Creation Date: September 2, 1965
Publication Date: -1981
Frequency: weekly
regular
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Subjects / Keywords: Newspapers -- Bunnell (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Flagler County (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Genre: newspaper   ( marcgt )
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Spatial Coverage: United States -- Florida -- Flagler -- Bunnell
Coordinates: 29.4675 x -81.256944 ( Place of Publication )
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Dates or Sequential Designation: Began in 1917?
Dates or Sequential Designation: -69th year, no. 36 (Sept. 3, 1981).
General Note: Mrs. M.B. Fuller, editor.
General Note: Description based on: Vol. 43, no. 20 (June 2, 1955).
Funding: Funded by NEH in support of the National Digital Newspaper Project (NDNP), NEH Award Number: PJ-50006-05
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Holding Location: University of Florida
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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. 35 BUNNELL, FLORIDA, THURSDAY, SEPT. 2, 1965 $2.50 A YEAR .' I

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. Flagler County 1 i M SCHOOLS I Farm Income I .' : '1'," ':1':.oy-, --,,-'... ", ,,"",;i.j. : Juvenile Shelter .. ,


Schools Increase I I Outstrips DarePredictions I '..;. At County JailIs
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1965 Enrollment I II I V ."'Sf f I t, I II I I CompletedSheriff

..: Flagler County Schools open II Florida farmers sold products P. A. Edmonson today s,

ed Monday morning with an In I I valued over one billion dollars announced the completion of
for the first time in history last I
'" crease in attendance in all three I J Flagler County's new Juvenile
schools. The total enrollment for year, according to Dr. E. T. York, Shelter and is inviting the public \
the county Monday was 1259.! I I I II "Jr., provost of the University of,I to Inspect the new facility ,
I I I
Opening enrollment for last year I|( Florida's Institute of Food and I Sunday afternoon from 3 to 5 ,

was 1224. It Is expected each I It )! I Agricultural Sciences.At I p. m. The new facility Is located
school will have additional pu. II the belt of Operation DARE at the County Jail.

pals to enroll within the next I (Developing Agricultural Resources aw I The County Commissioners

. two weeks. Effectively), York said made available the funds to construct .
There will be no school sessions BUNNELL BAND cash receipts from farm market the new shelter and the

fr next Monday observing the PARENTS MEET I ings climbed by some 130 mil I building contractor was Bernie I

' Labor Day holiday. They will be. lion dollars. Wilson. Dupont and Crodon con
'.. gin sessions again on Tuesday: I I TONIGHT AT EIGHT I II "We are almost a year aheadof :THOMAS ROBERTSON tracted the heating; Cummings

morning.The projected farm income goals, COMPLETES BASIC was the roofing contractor, and
Bunnell Band Parents will
r, Bunnell School opened I It. I The York added. DARE figures In Arthur Babbitt contractor for the
meet tonight (Thursday) at
t.. with a total of 606. In the high Bunnell School Band Room at dlcate an average yearly increase AIRFORCE TRAININGAirman plumbing The wing has been ..
. school a total of 331 of $50 million In Florida; Thomas E. Robertson, constructed at a cost of 10816.
o'clock All members
are urg
? Elementary, grades 1 enrolled.j 18 farm income from 1960 to 1965. 87, including remodeling the
r to attend the meeting. On the son of Mrs. Natlle Hannah of
ened with a total of 231. Kindergarten I agenda will be welcoming the DARE began its second year Bunnell, Florida, has been selected I Jail entrance Into the new wing
opening enrollment was of operation this month with for technical training at Sheriff Edmonson said.
new Band Director, Howard Car I
I
: I the naming of 26 statewide Chanute AFB; 111.-as a'U. S. Air The new wing consists of 5

44.B.. F. Clifton is the Bunnell :I son.Members of the organizationsaid committees which will begin reviewing Force aircraft equipment repair cell rooms with 4 bunks In each
School principal. Dean of Students I county reports after Oc i cell. The shelter is all on theground
the new band uniforms: man.
and Ag teacher is Reid I have arrived. I I tober 1.Broadbased.. I I Airman Robertson recently floor and Is of masonry

I Wentz. Guidance Counselor Is county planning completed basic military trainIng construction In keeping with the
). \ Averley Brown. Margaret WeeksIs I j committees have been taking a at Lackland AFB, Tex. He Jail construction.: The roof Is

bookkeeper and May Whitney; Fuel Oil Use In look at original DARE projections Is :a graduate of Bunnell High] pre-stressed concrete.

I. Is Secretary. and evaluating them in School and, attended Daytona I .r
FLACLER BEACH SCHOOL I Florida Average I I terms of their county's own Beach Junior College. MYRA WADSWORTH
The Flagler Beach Elementary) I I needs and resources.
, school opened with an enroll The consumption of fuel oils Levy County has submitted TEENAGERS MARCH

J ment of 135 pupils. Last year opening In Florida last year set a record only completed report thus far,,
enrollment wu 117. Principal high although the gain over according to Dr. Joe N. Busby,, BUNNELL THEATRE Appointment of :Mrs. Myra

Is William E. Fennell Jr. previous year was about average member of the four man DARE PLANS TO OPEN'SEPTEMBER Wadsworth as Chairman for the
Betty Johnson Is secretary. This the Florida State Chamber Coordinating Committee. first annual Teenagers March In
school Included grades 1 thru 6. of Commerce reports. I TENTHThe Flagler County has been announced I

CARVER SCHOOL "Last year, fuel burned withIn by Mrs. Annie Ruth I
l The Carver School opened with Florida totaled 50JS million Senior CitizensTo Cohen will Enterprises the of Bunnell Jacksonville Celler ALSAC director. j

a total enrollment I pf 528 In barrels. This was 6 per cent open The drive, lasting only. two I
Theatre on September 10, It was :
L. .. .. :the grade,, kindergarten. through I more than' In 1963, The national; ,Meet Sept. 7 learned today. hours gives teenagers an op. '.
I Increase was one "cent. children
12th grade. The opening enrollment per portunity to help other
Cohen will be the
man*
Jimmy ,
for last year was :301 I The expansion of electric The Flagler Senior Citizens I to afflicted with crippling and I
Presently they plan
This year two kindergarten and manufactured gas plants Is Club will meet Tuesday evening,, ager. killing diseases. More than 90 t
and
show on Friday, Saturday
rooms have been added and anew Indicated by a 15 per cent In Sept. 7, in Community Hall at percent of all funds raised go a
modem gym is nearing crease to reach 23 million barrels the Municipal Building, Flagler Sunday. dlrectely to the research workat

completion. Principal LeRoy of fuels burned during the Beach. St. Jude Children's Research

Hunter said he expected a,number I year. Other manufacturing There will be a carry-In sup I REV. PINNER BEGINS 1I00pu l.
rl of students will enroll In plants used 11 million barrels per starting at 6 o'clock. Members Mrs. Wadsworth has called
the school within the next two I a small drop from the previous are asked to bring a cover. EIGHTH YEAR WITH upon all youth groups and all

or three weeks.SUNDAY year. Vessels, including bunker ed dish or dessert and table FIRST BAPTISTRev. Individual teenagers to Join In
t Ing pf tankers- accounted for 2,4 service. Following dinner there the 1965 crusade to be held Sunday
million barrels to register no I will be a songfest and games. Thomas M. Pinner, Jr., afternoon, September 19.
SERVICES'FIRST change, and railroads used 18 The Club returns to its regular will begin his eighth year as Teenagers March headquar ,
METHODIST per cent more to reach 15 mil. twice-monthly business and Pastor of First Baptist Church, '
ten Is located at 201 N. Church
r Three Things That Abide lion barrels."A soda I meetings In September, Bunnell next Sunday, September Street in Bunnell.
will be the Sermon Subject of milder winter plus an In on the first and third Tuesdays 5th, 1969.

. Rev. E. E. Snow, at the eleven crease In natural gas use causeda of the month. All members are Rev. Pinner was born and
" o'clock Worship Service Sunday drop of, 15 per cent in heat urged to attend Sept 7 ando raised In Jacksonville, Florida,
" morning. The Scripture Text will ing fuels used' In offices and : bring a prospective new member Is a graduate of Stetson University WSCS HOLDS FIRST

be"And now abideth faith, hope, homes. The total consumed for for the coming year. and Southern Theological FALL MEETING:1\:

. and love, but the greatest of I this purpose was 3.4 million Seminary, Louisville Kentucky. WEDNESDAYThe .'
, J these Is love". 1 Cor. 13:13.: I It barrels. About 4 million bar I Bunnell Is his first pastorate i Woman's Society of ChristIan
i
The official board will meet rels were used at military In BEHT1E O1B1EM after graduation from Seminary. Service of the First Metho

; Sunday evening at 7:30: at the stallatlons. L 011 OILED AT A I During this time he also has dist Church met Wednesday
I Church. Reports of the work of "Not. Included In the above PARTY SATURDAY served as State Speaker for Stetson morning at the Church for their

the Church for the first quarter were 8.8 million barrels of Jet Mr. and Mrs. Johnny Lynn University, Deland. Florida,, business and program meeting.
r of the conference year will be fuel' used by the military and were hosts at a party Saturday and for Florida Baptist Child. Hostesses were Becky Ckgg
heard and future plans made. &2 million barrels consumed by night honoring Bertie O'Brien. ren's Home, Lakeland. Florida,, and Doris Tucker. Mrs. Maxine
I the aviation Industry. Total Jet She has been employed with the has served on State Missions Buckles gave a solo and was accompanied

I'. J. A. BABBITT JR., use dropped 3 per cent Kerosene Flagler County ,Sheriff Department Board and State Nominating at the piano by Ray
TO also excluded from the for some time as radio operator I Committee.' Mercer.' Mrs. Marjorie Robertson i

; PROMOTED above, amounted to 4.3 million and resigned to go to His sermon topic for Sunday and Mrs. Edle Robertson presented .l

COMMANDERCommander barrels, a 9 per cent drop from Jacksonville to reside. morning worship Is, The Sixth the program The topic
and Mrs. James 1961 Invited guests Included law Commandment" and the evening was The Role of the Christian
I
A. Babbitt and children, Jim enforcement personnel of the Woman". The business meetingwas
"All figures refer to fuel oils sermon topic Is, "The Difficulty
Jeff and Lisa are expected to produced In the United States County. Mrs O'Brien was presented In Patience". conducted by the president,
arrive at Flagler Beach during and do not Include Imports with a parting gift from Maxine Buckles.
the weekend. They have been from foreign countries." the guests. The group welcomed Rev. and
residing'the past three years In [ FLORIDA HIGHWAY Mrs. E. E. Snow. Present were
Annadale. Virginia. Commander I visitor. 1
seventeen members and one
Babbitt was stationed with I VFW TO HOLD FLAGLER BEACH : PATROL BULLETIN I I I

the Navy In the Pentagon. I SPECIAL MEETING SCHOOL; PATROL Col 11. N. Kirkman. Director !
Commander Babbitt has recently I THAn TOO l
FRIDAY EVENINGW. of the Department of Public .'j
been promoted to the I E. Hunter, Commander ofIV. MEMBERS NAMED Safety, stated today, that 19 persons I would like to express' my
and Is be
rank of Commander said Named for the Flagler Beach will die In traffic crashes gratitude; to my friends for the
F. W. Post 3213. today
where
Ing trancfered to Iceland : and visits I received
flowers
I cards,
School Patrol for this are: on Florida's streets and high
command of a there will be a special meeting year
he will be In Illne .
recent **
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the 78-hour Labor during my :
Sue Ellen SeAle Bobby Mlsslnne ways during
evening.
I of the Post on Friday
squadron.Mrs. David Miller, and Charlotte Day weekend, beginning at 0.00: i Your thoughtfulness was very I;
Babbitt and children will September 3, at 8 p. m.Commander I
. stu P. M. Friday, September 3rd, until Siuch appreciated.
. Hunter said all Dodlmead. all 6th grade
spend some time in FlagierBeach I II I also wish to thank Dr. John
I.I.I midnight Monday, September
members are urged to attend dents.
with J. A.husband Babbitt Sr In.Ice be I this meeting. Fifth grade students Include j 6th. Remembering and practicing Canakaris' and the Staff at the If
fore joining her General Hospital for '
fJ. I Jack Rawlins and Ralph Abra safe driving will lessen this Bunnn
land. I figure, so let's drive their courtesy and excellent
ham. awesome
Legal snipe hunting hours are
Commander Babbitt Is the son (
this prediction down and make: care I received while a patientIn
Misslnne named as
of J. A. Babbitt, ST. of Flagler from sunrise to sunset and the Bobby was
In November and captain and Charlotte Dodlmead It a holiday well all live to remember the hospital. .
Beach and the late Luna M. Bat season opens Harold Emery J
bitt. doses In January. was named' co-captain. r





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TWO THE FLAuLER TRIBUNE, BUNNELL, FLORIDA

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Ja dwarf nasturtiums. Be Well Dressed ,-
1tv 1 j
q f -I With up to 100 annuals to

choose from, it shouldn't be a Before you decide to buy a
(By H.nrey Sharp) problem to fill the garden with new dress, consider your figure I CallO'n Us

Marriage is like the mortgageon many kinds of colorful plants. problems and how you plan to

your home--it is .a lifetime bavumhproacau shrdl NIOAAA use the dress. I
proposition. After sowing the seed of your That's the advice from Miss I
'
II prior commitments prevent choice in fiats, and while you Elizabeth Dickenson, clothing

marriage, you can at least fall are waiting for them to reach 'specialist, Florida Agricultural I

In love with gardening, because transplanting size, prepare the I Extension Service.

growing flowers won't make youa flower beds. Select clothes that flatter your I .

bigamist.Also First turn the soil with a spaceor good points. Buy clothes that fit When

license to garden won't other tools. Remove all weeds, properly. Clothes that are too ::

require a blood test, but once sticks, stones and other debris tight tend to make you look : ,

you get gardening in your blood and then rake the area into a larger.
you will never become divorced loose mixture for good aeration When. you try on a dress, make

from the hobby.Regardless and drainage.If sure It's comfortable to sit In as

of your amarous available, it will pay to I well as to stand and walk about You Need

situation, If you're going to havea work into the top six Inches of in.Read
topnotch flower garden this the soil some grass clippings,I labels and hang tags so

fall and winter, now 's the timeto compost or other organic mater you'll know whether to wash by

plan the planting layout. ials. While doing this, you ] hand or machine or to dry clean.
For best posing of color, locate might also add 5 pounds of sup- them. If your clothes are washable

the annual flowers so they erphosphate per 100 square feet I you don't need a large

bloom In front of a back dropof of bed area.Transplanting. wardrobe. Ask I how to care for

green foliage. This techniquewill from the flat to, garments if the labels don't answer GOODPrinting

make the colors show up the flower bed Is a test of your all your questions.

vividly. green thumb.To Check seams and stitching

Also In selecting the plot, remember make the honor roll, picka carefully for good workman
that for best color development nice cool, cloudy evening, ship. Width of seams and depthof I

I most annuals must after a rain If possible. Use care hems indicate quality in

have a full flve hour sunbathper In handling the seedlings. Break clothes.If .

day. off as few roots as possible; your job requires a uniform,

I Next comes the vexing probe don't expose them to direct sun wash it frequently to keep It

lem of what to plant. Choosing light or the'air for a long per. neat.
plants by heights Is one ap iod; don't set plants too deeply, Avoll novelties and fads when

proach. Some taller growing annuals and give them partial shade until you buy. You'll be better dressed -

for the back areas of the they have a chance to recover if you have a few good out.

I garden are delphinium, larkspur, from the transplanting shock. fits instead of many clothes that

cleom and hollyhock. To Insure best possible growth, go out of style quickly') says

In the center rows and toward keep the soil moist. When two Miss Dickenson.

the front you may consider the or more true leaves appear, feed

medium height plants. Petunias, the plants with about 3,poundsof OFFICE FORMS

calendulas, ageratum, dldicus, 6.6.6 (N-P-K) fertilizer per PETERSON TEXACO
\
'I gypsophllla, llnarla and carnations 100 square feet of bed area. In SERVICE

'" are examples. For low some cases you may need to ROAD SERVICE ENVELQPESINVOI0E8

edging you might use allyssum, make a second fertilizer application Mechanical Work

verbena, phlox or some of the prior to flowering.AAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAaAaAAAAtAAAaaAAAaAAAAAAAAA.. Light Phone 437-3441 Bunnelliv

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COUNTY FLORIDAIN
CIIANCBllY NO. ftlOT
JACQUELINE! ADAMS ARCHER.rumtiff. LETTER HEADS

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, WILLIAM It ARCHER.

NOTICE TO DEFEND Defendant BUSINESS CARDSSTATEMENTS
'& THE TO:
, WILLIAM It ARCHER
m QA8TON aw.ATLANTA. .
1 WE ARE PLEASED GEORGIA
t. You are hereby notified that a
(. cult hat been filed against you lathe
above entitled cause and you
[" TO ANNOUNCE THAT are hereby required to rlihr.o'o: answer
( with the Clerk BILL HEADS
and to serve a copy thereof upon
REID LAUTERBACHOF the plaintiff or plaintiff. attorney
whoa name and addreie It:

WILLIAM Weet New OTTINOEHW York Arena RULED FORMS '
P. O liox 1119
: DeLand. Florida
not later than September 11, XD.1W. .

If.you fall to do ao. decree pro TICKETS and TAGS
confeMo will be entered aval net
i you for the relief demanded In the
bill of complaint The nature ol
: aid suit belnr for annulment ,
1)lI.V WITNESS my hand and seal of
, YJIlN aid Court this 10th day of August, -
,,, .ehaw nf' A. D. 1116.Ortlclal CIRCULARSANNOUNCEMENTS
( Real) E. A. RMTTIIE.
Clerk of said Circuit Court
By Julia It. Harvey
h Deputy Clerk
.. WILL BE WITH US August 1!-11-!1 Sept J-4toIX

: TIIH CIRCUIT COURT OF "
".. \ PLACJI.KR COUNTY, FLORIDA
j IX IIANCFRY NO. Hilt
L MARION UEN1TEZ.
September II Vlalntlff.
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VICTOR F. UENITES,
Def.nbn'
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. ...' To present new Fall and Winter TilE VICTOR STATE NOTICE F.OF TO BENITGZ.""UlnA.IIKPHXIl: whoa TO We Don't Do The MostPRINTING
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residence and Post Officeaddreee
: fabrics from world famous weavers for You are unknown.notified
are hereby that -
suit ha been lied against you In
f I fine Custom Tailored clothes. the above entitled cause and you
are hereby required to lie your answer
p", Be sure to see these beautiful fabrics and to with serve the a Clerk copy of thereof thus Court upon

the plaintiff or plaintiff attorney
I: get professional advice on your personal who. name and add,... !.:
HAY 8ELDKNSelden
.. clothes..to keep your appear- Dayton DM Ueach.*. 100 Florida Main 8t non But We Do Some of the Best

not later than September 1$. A. D.
r;' once working for you all the time. 111.If'you fall to do ao. decree pro
confeuo will be entered against
you for the relief demanded In the
: bill of complaint The nature ofaid
suit being for dlYorcn.
: Land 'N Sea Fashions WITNESS my hand and seal of
r. I sald Court this Uth dr of AuC-
., 107 N. Bay St._ Bunnell, Florida uet(Official A 1)Heal. J ).* K. A. 8UTTHR
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Sept. 2, 1965 THE FLAGLER TRIBUNE, BUNNELL, FLORIDA PAGE THREE !
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It Safe two ways, the UF researcher II I I
Play says, and that's either by "food-

On PicnicsBe tion.borne" Infections" or "intoxica WE GIVE Quantity Rights I
M E T T S a
careful of the way you handle The food you eat only acts as Reserved t I
and pack food when taking a carrier of disease-producing TOP I
the family on a weekend picnic. bacteria in the case of food. .
ti Warm weather and food "can borne infections. Dr. Kuhn says
result In food poisoning" accordIng when the food Is eaten, the bac- VALUE SUPER MARKET Prices Good :

to Dr. G. C. Kuhn, assistant teria grow and cause symptomsof Thurs., Fri., Sat.,
microbiologist with ,the state's some sickness. STAMPS (CLOSED MONDAY, LABOR DAY)
Agricultural Experiment Sta Bacteria causing intoxication Sept. 2, 3, 4, 1965
103 SOUTH RAILROAD
tions. sickness, on the other hand,
grow and deposit a toxin or poison .
He warns that precautions FLA. GRADE "A" Fresh Not Frozen
( )
should be taken "to keep all in the food "before It is con.
sumed." So it safe, and
food under some type of refrig play
eration. Contrary to popular pack that food properlyandkeep Lb.
opinion, not all food is "pto- it under refrigeration. FRYERS 28
j maine", and few of us ever ex- Whole'
perience true ptomaine poison
ing. Take AdvantageOf
Such food items as ham, ready- Limit 3 Please
to-serve poultry, custard and Sweet CornTake

cream-filled susceptible pastries to are the especially rapid- advantage of golden Pan-Ready Cut-ups, 5 Lb. Bag $1.79
while it is
sweet corn plentifulThe
growth of bacteria, Dr. Kuhn eating couldn't be better. Wilson Certified (tJlIlUKCUHAMS) (The Best in Hams).
They will "more than
says.
When buy com from the
you
likely" be toxin after three to store, be sure it has been kept Half or Whole
five hours at normal summer- ,
cold. Natural sugars in the corn
time temperatures of 80-90 degrees 59
will start turning to starch very Lb.World's .
soon If the corn gets too warm
You become sick generally In
say home economists with the
Florida Agricultural Extension' BestGROUND First Cut

Service.To .

CLASSIFIEDADS prepare old-fashion BEEF 2 Ib.89PORK CHOPS u,. 49'
ed steamed com on the cob, remove .
the husks and silk. Cookas
many ears as needed for one
serving a piece. You can cook Lyke' 12 Oz. All-Meat Select (Wilson)
Listings under jM htodlng ore more while the first batch is being I
:3 cents a word. each Insertion.
75 cats is the minimum charge eaten. Drop the corn into a WIENERS l Oz. 39- BEEF LIVER. 49'
kettle of lightly salted, boiling f,,.
FOB RENT-4 room furnished
water.' Boll'eently., covered, for
house inquire 1427 South Flag- five minutes only. Serve at once AZALEA OR COPELAND PURE PORK
ler Ave., Flagler Beach. Phone with melted butter and salt.

439.2194 8.26.2tp Roasted com on the cob is a SMOKED LINK SAUSAGE ; 69'
WAITRESSES WANTED for 7 to favorite of many barbecue en u,
3 and 3 to 11 shifts. Young and thusiasts. Roast It indoors in the
neat, experience not necessary. oven or outdoors over the coals.
Apply Windmill Grill between Don't tear the husks off. Just '
Lb.
4 and 11 P.M. 8-19-2tp pull them down and remove the FREE 2 SUGAR ,
I silk. Brush the kernels with : BAG -
FOR RENT-Clean unfurnishedair melted butter and replace husks.
conditioned 2 bedroom apart.I Tie the husks securely with J
With purchase of $5.00 food order.Limit 1 to customer)
ment, title bath and kitchen, twine.
..
' near school. Phone'4373340. In the t1
. To roast corn oven pre-
12-tf CLOROX Bush ((300 Can) SHURFINE (TaU)
Aug. heat oven to 350 degrees F. Place
the corn on a cookie sheet and CANNED a
COX' UPHOLSTERY, Bunnell
Fla Hwy. 11, will pick up and roast for 40 minutes. Serve hot, BLEACH BEANS
and salt.
deliver all furniture free. For with butter CREAM
To cook outdoors, place the
sample material and prices on

labor call 4373673. 7-1-tl tied frequently husks for over 15 hot to 20 coals.minutes Turn, % C.I. 19- Each 5- 8 Cams $100

SEPTIC TAme cleaning; drain or until the husks turn brown
fields Installed; snail shell Reasonable and dry. Serve hot with salt and Limit (1) with $5.00 or Limit 4 caws with $5.00 Limit 8 Cana
prices. Call George Ja- butter. mon food order or more food order Please
roa, ID 7-3410 8l.UJOHNSTON'S U you prefer to husk the corn
before roasting, brush each ,
husked ear of corn with melted
Delmont. ((2Vt Can) Peach
butter and wrap tightly In BAKERY ITEMS
rLAGLCB IEACH REALTY CO. heavyweight aluminum foil.
LOTS, HOMES, OCEAN FRONT, Grill or bake the same way as Everfresh HALVES 3-79'
WATER FRONT FARMS,
you would corn in the husk. i

Me a*fer yew ACREAGE real estate need. each Some ear of barbecue com with chefs a strip wrap of II POUND CAKE Each 29' Kraft 18 Ox. (Repeat Sale) ';

Office: Phone HE 9-2M2 bacon before replacing the husk. Crap. I
Residence Phones ID 7-3601 Try this for a surprise flavortreat. JELLY 3 Jars 5r
or ID 7-$17 Ererfresh 20 Ox.
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FLAGLER WOMAN'S CLUB BAPTIST CHURCH NEWS L".5

BEGINS NEW YEAR I Youth Fellowship has good. y
attendance. I
The Flagler Woman's Club

president, Miss Emily Gage, Twenty-three 'Intermediates: PRICES GOOD THURS.:, FRI., SAT., QUANTITY RIGHTS
and people attended a
; and young
wishes happy
safe Labor everyone Day weekend.a combination fellowship and" SEPT. 2, 3, 4, 1965 RESERVED

I She urges club members not I birthday party Sunday evening OPEN SUNDAY 9:00 a. m.-1:00 p. m. CLOSED MONDAY, LABOR DAY
hard and miss the at the First Baptist Church of
,I to labor too
first meeting of the club year I Flagler Beach following the evening WE SPECIALIZE IN U. S. D. A. CHOICE GRADE BEEF-NATURALLY AGED
which will convene on Wednesday worship service.
September 8, beginning at r Those celebrating ,birthdayswere FOR TENDERNESS AND FLAVOR-CUT TO ORDER ON REQUEST.
clubhouse, 1524S. Kay Weaver, Ed Schatz
2:30 P.M. at the .
Central Ave. Plans are be. and Dennis Clay, with a birthday
ing made for a busy and interesting cake being presented to "LET'S HAVE A COOK OUT" ,
ahead. them. Games and refreshmentswere
year
enjoyed ,by those attend U. S. CHOICE GRADE
ing.
METHODIST CHURCH NEWS Sunday school is at 9:45 A.M. SIRLOIN

The regular first of the month and 'morning worship at 11 o' Lb.
fellowship dinner and board clock with Rex; Max Hall, pas. RIB orTBONE S TEAK 9S
meeting have been postponed, tor. Training Union is at 7:15
from next Sunday to September each Sunday evening and wor .
12, so friends and members may I ship service at 7:45.
be on hand to greet Rev. and Midweek prayer service is I
Mrs.; Reynold Hoover home after .I each Wednesday evening at 7:30 FLORIDA GRADE' "A" LYKE'SSUGAR, CREEK
a two month vacation. Rev.I I followed by choir practice. Last
SPLIT 5 to 7 Pounds Avg. Weight
Hoover will deliver the sermon Wednesday during a regular
that I business meeting, Mrs. Henry
Sunday.
Church school time Is at 9:45 I Shill presented the church witha BROILERS Lb. 35 PICNICS Lb. 39
and morning worship Is ,at 11 check from the BeachService
o'clock. The church school will Station. Mr. and Mrs. Shill are Fine to BarBQueLYKE'S
observe Promotion Day Sunday donating one cent for: each gal. ,
''1\': :
morning. Mr. Paul Bulllngton Ion of gas sold during the monthto SUGAR CREEK THRIFTWAY
from Daytona Beach will be a different church In Flagler ALL MEAT SLICED
next Beach each month
guest speaker Sunday September

The Methodist 5. Youth Fellow. had Mr.visiting and Mrs.with Hugh them Arnold last WIENERS tf 39' BACON Lb. 69''

ship has changed its regular
Thursday Mr. and Mrs. Ralph
I
meeting time back to 6:30 P.M. -
Graham from Daytona Beach
each Sunday evening. All youth
'Tedderand MAXWELL HOUSE HERSHEY'S
and Mr. and Mrs. II. J.
((12.21) are Invited to attend.
Son, Jimmy, from Jackson
Mr. and Mrs. Roger Hoose.entertained
ville. Mrs. Graham and Mr.Ted
Mrs. noose's church
der are brother and sister and COFFEEis SUGAR
school class at a hamburger
also Mr. Arnold's aunt and
\ picnic at their home last week.
uncle. Jimmy Tedder stayed
Those attending were: Brad
I\ Fennell, Eleanor Baldwin, Terry over visiting with the Arnoldsa 5 Lb.
few days and returned home 58. Bag 39-
Stryker, Dale Johnson, Scotty
Prevatt and Betty June McNitt. Sunday.
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MR. AND MRS. COCKRELL TWO MEMBERS OF THE
HONORED ON THEIR I KINDERGARTEN SET MORE MEAT ORDER '\,
HONORED SATURDAY
SILVER ANNIVERSARY
A Birthday Party at the Jack U. S. D. A. Choice Boned and RolledRUMP .
Mr. and Mrs. Jeff Cockrell I Hardln Home North Anderson
were honored guests Saturday street Saturday honored Cindy :
afternoon. 3 to 5, at a Silver'Hardin and Sandy Metts. Both ROASTlb' 79*
Wedding Anniversary Party. The young ladles were celebratingtheir J
party was given at the home of 5th birthday anniversarieson
Mr. and Mrs. J. B. Pelllcer St. that day.Birthday .
Johns Park. The couples daughter Party decorations and For Bar-B-Que ,
Miss Joan Cockrell was' favors were used and each honoree -
hostess for the occasion. She was had a decorated cake with
assisted in serving and caringfor her name on It. About 16 of their SPARE RIBS -; Ib 49'(
her guuests by Mrs. J..B. Pel young playmates were presentto
hoer Mrs. P. A. Edmonson Mrs.' help celebrate.Mr. .
Joe White and Mrs. Marietta!
Mlssinne. Theresa Pelllcer kept I and Mrs. J. D. Barber hadas Wilton's Certified .".
the guest book. their guests over the past
'Pink roses with silver sprayed weekend their daughter Mrs. g'hHENS. I Ib 39'
leaves and fern formed the cen Ellie Shaw of Palatka.
terpiece: for the buffet. This was has i ii
flanked with silver candlesticks Mrs. Ed. Zeller as her
holding pink candles. house guest her half sister Miss Choice Juicy i
The dining table was overlaid Pam Daniels of Alabama.Mr. A
with a white lace cloth and held 1
the telred cake punch bowl and and Mrs. Richard Palczewski CUBED STEAKS Ib 79< j
coffee service. and son Richard Jr., have
About a hundred friends and returned to their home hereafter
relatives called during the af a vacation of two weeks Red and WhiteMAYONNAISE / ,
ternoon. spent in Chicago. During their
Following the anniversary stay there they visited many &: 39* GOLD MEDAL .
party those ,serving and mem points of historical interest, 'attended /
bers of the families enjoyed a as delegates to the Na FLOUR .
splash party and a poolside tional Convention of the V. F. W. Swift's 4 oz.Can
hambuurger fry. This was ob and visited with relatives and VIENNA For $
5 BLabg.
Mrs. Cockrell's birthday 29c
serving friends in the area. Enroute to SAUSAGE 5 i
anniversary which also occurson ,
and from Chicago they visited
Limit
1 with
August 28. $5.00 or more food order
points of Interest. They are own.
Red and White 12 ox. Jar
ers of the Dlxlana Motel.
HOME ON LEAVE
Bebe Moody is home on leave PEANUT BUTTER 3 For $=OO Old Milwaukee y
Mrs. Bertie O'Brien left Wednesday \
for two weeks. He has recently
completed special radar training for Jacksonville where BEER 8 PkCarton
at the Great Lakes Training she will reside. She has been I Ii 890DAIRY
Center and will be stationed in employed with the Flagler Coun Plus Deposit;
Norfolk Va.. following his leave. .i ty Sheriffs Department as radio The PREMIUM SHORTENING '
operator. In Jacksonville she will
Visiting recently at the homeof '.be engaged in the real estate SNOWDRIFT SPECIAL-
Mr. and Mrs. W. H. Thompson business.Mr. .
Flagler Beach were Mr. and Lb. Joe CralnU Fresh Florida Grade ArID
Mrs. W. H. Fox and daughters, and Mrs. Cordell Robert 3 48e LARGE
Irene an Emily from Ft. Mill son and sons Gregg and Boyd. EGGS Z Doz. 89- ,
S. C; Miss Elizabeth Fox from have returned to their home in Limit 1 with $5.00 or more food order ,
Hendenonville N. C; and Bill Bimini after a vacation spent ,
Adams of Midway Georgia. touring the New England states.. FROZEN FOODS" -1

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I '.I:,mond Beach visited here Tues Georgia No. 1 Red
: Watch : : day afternoon with friends and STRAWBERRIES For 49c
,:1 relatives. SWEET .
& POTATOES fOe ;
;:: for the :, Leon Novak of Miami is here 1

y this week on business and also California I S ee dl el.GRAPES GIANT SIZECHEER
visiting with friends. He is a
r ir I former resident of Bunnell. lb. 190

Opening: ::
Mrs. Mollle Spencer of Orlan.
| do spent the past weekend here 30 lb. Average Carolina 48cWATERMELONS
visiting with Mrs. Kate Bank- ,
I ston and Mrs. Mattie Pelllcer.' 99 Limit 1 with $5.00 or more food order
I THEATRE I 3 _
V IM Mrs. Daisy Walker returned
home Wednesday from the Hall- r

|: Sept. 10th I:::I fax Hospital surgery last where week.she underwent 50 I 1 .r.rr I 100 I I 50 I I Iwith

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WE'RE GETTING BIGGERDid grandmothers were at the same Subscribe for The Flagler Tribune NOTICE


:Jlagfe, ei you know modern men ages. SU3 *. Year In Advance City Notice Assessment Is hereby Roll given will that be submitted the

I and women average two inches to the Equalising Board of

taller than their at the City of Bunnell. Florida for
counterparts
Continued From Page 4 NOTICE OP APPLICATIONFOR approval on Tuesday the 7th day of
I the turn of the century And, O. F. ALOORD TAX DEED rP bJc-cPt. 1911'cftt.S'OO p. m.
Notice U hereby given that R. W. the the Clerk.All .
Mrs. Mrs. Ruth Town. Registered
and to
Recent guests of Mr. according Deen Jr. Bunnell. the holder of persons desiring to have corrections *

Bernie Wilson were Mr. and Mrs. send, assistant In nutrition withFlorida's Real Estate Broker I the following Tax Sale Certificate, In such roll whether In
has filed aid certificate for a tax the listing or the valuation of
Robert Wilson from Tampa. Robert Agricultural Experiment deed to be Issued thereon. The certificate property, or otherwise are hereby
Bernie and Stations the BunnolL Florida number and year of Issuance required to file with the City Clerk.
is a brother to average the description of the prop or the meeting, their petition
he and his wife spent several man's weight is 20 pounds more, erty and the name in which it was ttrJ& forth their objections to
assessed are as follows: such assessments and the
corrections -
days here last week. but for the women, It's six to Subscribe to The Flagler Tribune Certificate No. 1; Year of Issuance which, they desire to have

eight pounds slimmer than their S2JSQ A Tear In Advance 1963.Deecrlptlon. made.
of Tract 2.
Property: Mrs.
Rev. and Mrs. Atlee Stevens a Block 3, Section U, Township 12, City Clerk TOfCnu Rodgers. Florida
Range 29; 20 Acres; St. Johns Development August 26 2tc
and son, Cam, from Lake Mary, I Company Subdivision. :: .___
Assessed to Bernard -Stiller.
were visitors in Flagler Beach I In addition :to the above the following IN TilE JUDICIAL CIRCUIT COURT SEVENTH -
CIRCUIT INAND
last week. Rev. Stevens is the tax sale certificates are FOIl FLAULKR COUNTY
outstanding said
:
property
minister of the Baptist Certificate FLORIDA. CHANCERY NO. BUT
former GALA
No. Year Holder William Henry Russell,
Church here.Sunday 3 1964 R. W. Deen Jr. Plaintiff -
25 1965 W. M. Walker ..
Also put up for sale will be the Dorothy May Asbury Russell
a week ago J. D. Per. following property on which Flag- Defendant.
ler County; is holding Tax Sale Certificate NOTICE OF SUIT
ritt went to Pallas, Texas, to No. 81. Year 1945: NJ4 of IN THE NAME OF THE STATE
his wife and daughter S %/1 of E%i of Tract 2. Block 11. OF FLORIDA
accompany Section 19 ;Township 12.Range 29 TO: Dorothy May Asbury Russellco
home. Mrs. Perritt and Vicky Mrs. Bertha Asbury
with LABOR DAY E: 2 Acres. 112 Virginia Avenue
spent three weeks visiting Assessed to: Belle O'Connell. Berryvllle Virginia
and relatives in Grapevine All of the above property is located YOU ARE HEREBY required to
friends In Fagler County, State of file with the Clerk of this Court
and Dallas, and the three Florida. your Answer to the Bill of Com
Unless said certificates are redeemed plaint filed herein against you in
arrived home Monday night. according to law the property the above entitled cause on or before
described above will be sold j September 25 1965. A.D.. and
to the highest bidder at the Courthouse serve a copy thereof upon Donald
SURPRISE ANNIVERSARYPARTY door. Bunnell. Flagler County C. Jacobson Plaintiff's attorney
... on the first Monday In the herein whose address Is 217 Orange
WEEKDance October 1965, which is the' Avenue, Daytona Beach. Florida.
fthntJ'af
Mr. and Mrs. Bernie Wilson of October 1984, between "The Flagler Tribune" Is hereby
the legal hours of 11:00 A.it. and designated as the newspaper In
were surprised on their 18th 2:00 1'. M. which this order shall be publishedonce
last Sun E. A. SMYTHE a week for four consecutive
wedding anniversary Clerk of Circuit Court weeks. HEREIN FAIL NOT OR X
evening by their daughters, Flag ler County Florida DHCREE PRO CONFESSO WILL,
day Sept. 291623. 1W-4tc BE ENTERED AGAINST YOU FOR
Barbara and Jo Anne. Nightly 7 to I 11 I to the SLTH FAILURE.
The nature of this
celebration were IN TUB CIRCUIT COURT OK suit Is a bill
Joining the 'UUI.EU COUNTY FLORIDA for divorce.
and Mrs. Lee Bourne and IV CIIANCKHY NO. Bill WITNESS my hand and seal at
Mr. Piano THOMAS M. KURSAR. Bunnell. Flagler County, Florida
children, Lee and Kathy, Mr. Styling'of Plaintiff this 24th ,day of Auguit 19(5.
Y. (SEAL) E. A. SMYTHE
and sons
,
and Mrs. Hugh Arnold EMILY J. Clerk of Circuit Court

Steven and Hugh, and Mr. and RICHARD LADD KURSAR.Defendant.. By Julia R. Harvey
NOTICE TO UKKKM Clerk
Mrs. Leonard Johnson and children THE STATE OF FLORIDA, TO: Aug. 2< A Sept. J.lrr.7tp
Dale. EMILY J. KUR3AR
and
David, Debra 219 Volkert Street IN TUB CIRCI'IT COURT OK

Cake and coffee were enjoyedby Direct from Holiday Inn Highland Park New Jersey KLAHLKR IN CIIANCKHY('OI- TY.NO. FLORIDA SI13
You are hereby notified that a .
all. 'suit has been filed against you In ISAAC KN EUTE.
the above entitled cause; and you Plaintiff
are hereby required to file VI. '
your answer
KNEUTE.
FB PTA TO MEET SOON with the Clerk of this Court ETHEL ,

The first meeting of the Flag and the plaintiff to serve or a plaintiff's copy thereof attorney upon, NOTICE TO Defendant.ItKFKNI. )

Beach Parent-Teacher Association whose name and address Is: THE STATE OF FLORIDA. TO:
ler RAY SELDEN ETHEL KNEUTE
will be September 14 at Selden Building 29 Willow Street

7:30 P.M. In the school cafe- later Daytona than October Beach. 2 Floridanot A. D. 1X5. You Keyport.are hereby New notified Jersey that a

according to Mrs. Robert SPECIALfor If you fall to do so, decree pro suit has been filed against you In
torium
the above
entitled
confesso will be entered againstyou cause: and you
McDaniel, president. for the relief demanded In the are hereby required to file your an*
bill of Complaint. The nature of swer with the Clerk of this Court,
said suit being for divorce. and to serve a copy thereof upon
CHURCH WITNESS my hand and seal of the plaintiff or platlnlffs attorney,
COMMUNITY said Court this lilt day of whose name and address Is:
Church school 9:43 A. M. each the Weekend i A. D. 1965. AugustOlttclal RAY SELDEN
Worship hour I ( Seal) E. A. 8MYTHB Helden Building
Sunday morning. Clerk of said Circuit Court Daytona Beach Florida
will be at 11 A.M. with the I By Julia It. Harvey not 1915.later than September 25, A. D

topic being "Perfect Sept. 2.9.16.33-4to Deputy CUrk If you fall to do so. decree pro
sermon confrnso will be entered against
"
Professions for Children of God. Celebration I IN TUB CIRCUIT COURT, SEVENTH you bill for the relief demanded In the

Rev. R. W. Dickert Is pastor. .. ANn rtlll JUDICIAL KLAULKU CIRCUIT COUNTY IN! said of suit complaint.being for The divorce.nature of

welcome. STATE OK FLORIDA I:* CIIAN WITNESS my hand and seal of
Everyone
I said
Court
CKHY. NO. Due this 34th day of August
TUB SEAMEN'H BANK FOR A. D. 1965.tOrflelal .
HA VINOS IN THE CITY OF Seal E. A. SMYTHE
'We Proudly Present [NEW: YORK a New York Clerk of said Circuit Court
corporation. By Julia It. Harvey
Books Are My DishBY rialntlff. Deputy Clerk
Aug. 2a Sept. 2'S-ll-4to
SATURDAY & SUNDAY NIGHTS JAMES H. 'DAWMIIl and
Dorothy Romans PHYNI8 E DAWSON his IN TAPS ciRcrrr COURT or
wife FLAULKR COUNTY.: FLORIDA
I* CIIA\CF.RY NO. 64MT .
September 9, at 7:30, everybody 9 O'clock Until 2 NOTICE OK Defendants.HIIT! FRANK MONTALTO, I

who likes books or does THE STATE OF FLORIDA Plaintiff.ANNA .
TO; James II. Dawson and .
not like them Is Invited to the I'bynls E. Dawson. his wife, MONTALTO.

city hall by Flagler Beach City .1 ,The Fabulous K's Michigan.whose residence North Dakota Is :NOTICE TO Defendant.DEFEND
TilE
speaker .. ,* Notice Is hereby STATE OF FLORIDA. TO:
Commissioners to hear a -* > given that suit ANNA MONTALTO
i' has been Died I In the above Indicated
Tallahassee talk about r I 94 Braugaw Avenue
| from of Court against you, and each Newark. New Jersey

libraries. MORTGAGE you. You are hereby notified that a

If the new library building Is Bamboo Bar & shown.title.of which FORECLOSUREthe case Is as above suit the above has been entitled filed cause against; and you you In

attracting attention even before You are hereby required to file are hereby with the required ktoorlhr.oo: answer ,

It's finished, no crystal ball Is If your any answer In the or above written proceedings defenses. and to serve a copy thereof upon

needed to foretell its lively future with the Clerk of this Court and the whose plaintiff name or and plaintiffs address Is attorney: ,
to serve a copy thereof upon tb.plalnUff' .
it RAY SELDENHelden
or what talented people Cocktail LoungeFLAGLER s attorneys whose name Building

may draw to this beach. I ;'ordd the' 2nd appear day hereon of October.on or not lat rythan (September 25, A. D.
When I saw It first without 195. the nature of this proceedings UU.II.
BEACH FLORIDA being a suit to foreclose the lien you fall to do decree
on its walls what of so pro
any plaster a mortgage on the following confesao will be entered against

I struck me was the quiet, elegantair described ler County property Florida situate, to wit In: Flag bill you for of complaint the relief demanded In the

it had of being proud in the Lot Subdivision I. Block 2. Colony Park said suit being for The divorce.nature of
to according to mapor WITNESS my hand and seal of
that I twas made
knowledge plat thereof recorded In said Court this 21th day of August
guard literary materpieces. I Plat Book I. Page 41 42. A. f). 1912.OtBeist .
fublle Records of na..l.rD8 Heal
( ) B. X ftMYTHK
To achieve such ah effect, 24 HourWrecker Florida. Clerk of said Circuit Court
AND ORDERED at Hun- By Julia R-
when unfinished, the proportionsof Service nell Flagler County. State of Flor Harvey Cltrk

a room must be well nigh ida un,this 31st day of August A.D. Aug. ZI 4k Sept. )-tl4te Deputy

perfect to begin with. The sameIs (Official Seal) the 8MYTHE fTHK (IlUt IV COIHT;- KVKvrti -

to be said of the two large Flagler Truck & Tractor Co. Clerk By Julia of It Harvey Circuit Court AI) FOR Ji UICIAL FLAULKR("I met<
windows in the east wall. The ROESS. WIGHT *Deputy nuiwonnAmerican Clerk FLORII1A.NO sireMAILICA IN: CIIASCKRY. CASE

fashion of the moment Is a MASSEY-FERGUSON National Bank Bldf. J. HUNDLEY.
P. 0. Box lUll
blare of glass In windows, or Grore Farm Industrial Equipment St. Petersburg Florida 31723 .y.. Ilanitlff.ROY .
Attorneys for llalntlff
the other extreme, a ship's port. Sept. J..U--4tc E. JIt."NDLETn.Jilt.

hole. These windows, becauseof VIRGIL DECKER Phone ID 7-3242 NOTICK TO AITKAH ant.
NOTICE OK 511.11TO .
their proportions, make you Owner Bunnell, Florida WHOM IT MAY CONCERN THE ROT STATE F..! HUNDLEY.OF FLORIDA JR.o ..TO:
wellas You are hereby notified that the / Marge
at them as Shute.
want to look .
following
motor tl'l: 1944 Ford 22 Kletwrr Place
through them as the sunlight FIO Custom Pick Up Corpus rhristl. Texas
F100R3921I2 will be sold at pub- ... hereby .
pours in. lie sale at .:M o'clock ClI the 9th sn to for divorce has been that filed a
ought to day of September. 1945. at Krants stalest you In the
and county above entitled
Both city ,
Motor S
U. 1 South.
Highway cause and
, be proud of this new library CRAIG FUNERAL HOMEA. Bunnell. Florida. to serve upon you Plaintiffs are hereby Attorney required
The proceeds of the sale will be whoso
name
and
,I that fits into the beach landscape applied first to the payment of the be,..... ,"OllrrIU.n address appear
defense If
E as easily a> a sand dune H. CRAIG Funeral Director cost said of retaking, storing and ealeof any to the Bill of Complaint In
motor vehicle and the
cost I ,
and Is the same color, but they ROBERT VTORLEY. Associate of publication of notice of sale and d r ofuSeptember. 1945.else decree 23th
then to the satisfaction of the balance
pro confeseo will
should be equally proud of the due under the contract with be entered against

of the Flagler AIR I OXYGEN lark Hannah. Box 41U BunnelL youWITNESS hand and
adventuring spirit LADY Florida Woman's Club who dug InvisIble OONDrnONED I I EQUIPPED said motor vehicle. Any surpluswill XD. 1945. day of August

for this build I ATTENDANT | AMBULANCES be paid to you. and you willremain SEAL) Eo.A. SMYTHE
groundwork CHAPEL liable for any balance) revmalning Clerk of Mid Court
of For unpaid under Bald con By Julia Harvey
Ing over a course years. tract. Jl.Ot

with such groundwork this Phone ID 7-3532 COMMERCIAL. CREDIT MT. U Radswerta putt' Clerk
CORPORATION! p. a 110. m
ing would never have been 201 E. MOODY BLVD. BUNNELL. FLORIDA: TOS Daytona Volusla Ave. Bannell. FloridaAttoraer
Beach Florida
for Plaintiff
built.
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Jack Frost Is Just I I U. & Weather Bureau, says that the first came before November ,,about half of the years the area I j
long term predictions are not an has completely escaped Jack
Around the CornerWith easy task. He explains that I 10.In the northern part of the Frost's grips up to January. I &HASTINGS UPHOLSTRY MATTRESS WORKS
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predict "citrus belt" and the upper east I
these warm summer days weather for a few days at a'' coast north of Lake George, Butson said that along the 1 710.12 Lemon St. !
nobody wants to talk about col. time. freezing temperatures have hit i southeast coasts complete win. Palatka, Florida ,/
or weather. before December 1 in about 50 I Phone EA 59166FuraituUpholsbrlaq
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first freeze" Butson said. Made Order.Also Renovated
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freezing weather. freezing temperatures or frost I the Interior parts south of you're safe-as far as the recordsare Just as near as your '
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gist with the Florida Agricultural Butson added that in about 25 have not occurred before frost at Key West in over 100 Drop Us A Card Delivery or Call
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PAGE EIGHT THE FLAGLER TRIBUNE:, BUNNELL, FLORIDA Thursday, Sept. 2, 1965

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Oil ProspectorsJoin mainly on the wind," Captain COOKING IN ,I Was originally swamp land bordering .
Villiers wrote. "And the 3,000 COFFEE CANSSave the Silver River.
fishermen still fish in the cen
FishermenOn your old coffee can. They
tunes old Each morning I
way.
make excellent pots for outdoor
Mrs. Carol Jean Atkinson and Grand Banks on the Banks they sail from the I cooking.You I MILLERELECTRONICS
parent ship in one-man dories
children have returned home can even prepare a wholemeal
and pit their skill and luck a-
after a visit in Atlanta, Ga, with Portuguese fishermen on the In a can, say home economists -
Mr. and Mrs. Andy Anderson.Mrs. Grand Banks call a soup made gainst, the sea. I with the Florida Agricultural 1744 Ocean' Shore Bird.
The Portuguese stick to the
from codfish scraps the "soup of Extensor Service.
schooner rig because it is ideal REPAIRS ON TV'S
Ray Carle has returned sorrow" Whoever eats it, they Here's a recipe that cooks well
is bound tc return to the for fishing off the Banks, wherea in coffee WASHERSDRYERS
from the Halifax Hospital where say a can. Use 1 pound
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ship has to remain at sea
foggy, treacherous waters. coffee for each
If she underwent recently. cans-one per.
surgery months. A
over many weary
The Portuguese have been
She is recuperating at her home, vessel could out '
powered run
son.Make
and Call Collect 672-0377 :
eating the pungent soup
north Orange Street. of fuel. ground meat patties I
Banks ,
I returning to the Grand
from a combination of beef and ALL WORK GUARANTEED
The dory fishermen use hooks,
for
of New Foundland more
pork. Place one in the bottom of
Mrs. Stella Layton and Mrs. than 450 years. The maritime rather than nets, because they
each can. Place 3 or 4 carrot
I Gertrude Bratcher spent the past nation still sends some 70 get bigger and better fish. A ._, .ws
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I weekend In Lakeland and Wau- strips, 3 tomato slices, and about i
schooners and trawlers to the doryman lowers a line bristling I
chula. Mrs. Layton was called Banks every summer.In with 400 to 1,000 baited hooks. half cup cooked corn on each Community

there by the death of her broth. I 1965, the fishing fleet was When he hauls it In, with luck patty. Cover with lid. i I

er, Fletcher Corker, who passed Joined by an unlikely new groupof he may have half a ton or more Place on grill, over hot coals, Memorial Church
away Friday.Mr. ships-totally uninterested in of cod. The man who catchesthe I and cook for 35 to 45 minutes.If I I.teM...wl..t/.ul

the staple codfish. The new vessels most cod during a season you like, you can drop a small AIR CONDITIONED
and Mrs. Leroy Irvin and were exploring the vast is called the First Fisher of the teaspoon of dumpling batter Dajtona Ate.

son Buddy spent several days Banks 147,000 square miles- whole fleet One famous First over the vegetables during the FLAGLER BEACH
thi s week in Ft. Lauderdale. for oil, the National Geographic Fisher caught a ton of fish a last 15 to 20 minutes. Make
Buddy is entering school there. Society Reports. day-single handed. the dumpling batter from biscuit Sunday School 10:00: A. M.
mix. Church Service 11:00 A.M.R. .
Drilling at Sea
The ships drilled for core W. DICKERT. Pato>>
Hershel Pellicer and sons,
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j Most of the 100 acre land.
Sonny and Buba, spent the past samples and set off explosive KVEIIYOXR WKLCOMBPlymouth
12.50 A YEAR scaped park at Silver Springs
seismic reflectionand ...
weekend here visiting with Mr. charges for T 1.-

Pelllcer's mother, Mrs. Mattie refraction. Because of the ". _- ..-.. .- -_Y' ....
Pellicer. lie is with the Pan importance of the Grand Banks

American Airlines and stationedin fishery, the Canadian Department sales are booming !
the Brahama Islands. of Fisheries cooperatedwith

Nazhla and Kay Trad have re the oil ships which ,represented .
turned from a vacation of two U.S. and Canadian oil Save
weeks In Canada. They visited interests.

with Nazhla's son in law and The Grand Banks are a part'

daughter, Mr. and Mrs. Joe Kileyand of the Atlantic continental shelf, PLYMOUTH
now
family. I' extending about 350 miles off
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: AutomobileExpenses during
I f'Current and relatively warm .
Gulf Stream meet in the vicinity
j of the Banks. Air passingover

I Expenses for operating and I the contrasting waters often .

maintaining an automobile produces dangerous fog, but
, fluctuate with each car and the mingling of cold and warm DEAL1N'

J owner, says home economists currents also creates favorable :
, with the Florida Agricultural conditions for plankton-direct.
I \ Extension Service. ly or indirectly a major food for I

'I Gasoline and oil costs for the '
fish.Among \
\' same make and model may the species on the

vary as much as 50 percent How Banks are cod, haddock, rose 1 V ,'
the car Is driven, the type of fish, pollock, herring, and mack ,

driving such as city or erel. In Newfoundland, "fish" \ I/I'I"i/ 'Ii'< .- ,_A19..e tr': ..
f driving, the loads vehlCle.1 I once meant "cod", and a famous DAY$
general condition of the lawsuit on the Island was

and tire pressure cause this fought on this Interpretation.Cod .
. variance.:: Oil consumption varies has declined somewhat, but Terrific Deals !
equally as much.Maintenance it still is king for the Portu

! more than gas and costs oil vary costs.even guese.Alan Villlers, the famed sea s Big Trade-in Allowances !

The type of driving and driver captain, sailed aboard the Argusa

help to determine tire costs. Portuguese schooner, when it Immediate Delivery .
High speeds, warm climates, fished the Banks one summer. Rx7 ,
I hard cornering, rapid accelera He described his experiences in .;, ."iAc* ,
, tion, and quick stops all con. the National Geographic Soci .' .'\'. :

tribute to fast ,tire wear. ety's recent book WozuUrous -,-', ;,
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license, and registration when "Though today's schooners

t' you total up your fixed costs for have ,diesels, steam heat, and
operating a car. electricity, they still depend

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