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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 16, 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 )
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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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Source Institution: University of Florida
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. 37 BUNNELL, FLORIDA, THURSDAY, SEPT. 16, 1965 $2.50 A YEAR

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f", Annual Halloween II I Dinner Meeting I Insurance For I! Florida Sales Tax Boy Staters J


Carnival Date I For Club Tuesday '| County Bid In Shows IncreaseSales Guests Of The

;', '. Set October 30 The Flagler Senior Citizens Local I tax collections in August
By AgentAfter
I It I
Club will held its meeting next I Ii based on July business totaled I Legion MondayMonday

Veterans of Foreign Wars, i Tuesday evening, Sept. 21, In spirited discussion between I 21056032.58, according to Ed evening will be Boys

\ Post 5213 and the Ladles Auxiliary i j: Community Hall at the MunlcI !I representatives of Brown ,Straughn, Director of the State State Night at the American

will hold the annual Hal. I ipal Building, Flagler Beach. I J I and Brown, Inc. and Flagler Revenue Commission. Legion Post 115. The Legion's
loween Carnival Saturday, October I| Members are asked to bring I jI j County Insurance Co. the boardof This is an Increase of 1,606 I. American Legion's School Medal ;

30 at the Bunnell Civic I t I a covered dish for a potluck county commissioners award. J..240.52 over August a year ago Award winners will also be honored '
Center. Opening the event will 'supper which will start at 6 0' ;,ed the Insurance business to or 8.25 percent. The fiscal year at the meeting which will

be the parade at 4:30: p. m. clock. Annual dues are now payable I Flagler County Insurance Co. II collections, July through August, I I I, ]be held at Bunnell Civic Centerat

There will be contests, games, noted Rev. E. Lester Stanton I who bid $3,806 against Brown IeBrown' ,total $42,754,006.60 or 5.13 per I, 8p.m.

refreshments and entertainment, chairman, and those who 3785. Flagler County. cent over the $40,664,289.08 collected 1 I Boy State Representatives

Auxiliary president Mrs. Blanche have not renewed their mem Insurance Co. proposed $100 de. during the same period from the local Post are Benton
Akers said today. bership for the 1965.66 year are ductlble on policies while Brown last year. I' Eisenbach and Martin Tucker.
She also said any Club or urged to do so at this meeting and Brown proposed $250 de. Total collections from the Benton Is the son of Mr. and
grade, 9 thru 12, wishing to havea which wtl be the last before the ductlble.On this basis, several 15 percent Wholesale Sporting I I Mrs .C. B. Elsenbach and MartinIs
booth cantact her at Club begins its third season in Goods Tax
may commissioners said the contractwas July through Aug. the son of Mr. and Mrs. Leslie .
phone 4373526. October. awarded. The bids were opened ust, reached $227,873.47 for a decrease Tucker.
There will also be a dinner and' Sept. 6 and read but were of 1.82 per cent below the
dance the same evening follow. posponed until SePt(. 17. $232,118.59 collected In the sameperiod I The American Legion's School
Medal Awards winners for 1965
II Ing the carnival. Details for this Several weeks ago Brown andBrown a year ago.
.... feature-Will- announced later. Rev. Pinner To appeared before the Gasoline tax collections for are Colleen Tucker, daughter of

Mrs. Akers said this will be an board and proposed Inventory. August totaled $13,038,808.50, an Mr. and Mrs. Raymon Tucker, '
entertaining evening for every Appear on TV"Living Ing all county-owned property, I Increase of 6.13 per cent over the and Charles Clegg, son of Mr.
done $12,285,294.44 for August 1964. f and Mrs. George Clcgg. ,l
I one. and set values. This was ,
Words"Rev. I and approved by the board. The Following the meeting which
II will be devoted to hearing the
also drew specifications
Thomas M. Pinner Jr. will company
Grid Game I Boy Staters reports and hearing
First appear on WFGA, Chanel 12 for prospective bidders Sunday Services .
which board I from the Award Winners, a social
Is was approved.
next week. The entitled
Of Season For program Commissioner Louis Stefllk will be enjoyed during
r "Living Words". lie was Bunnell FirstMethodist r jI
which time light refreshments
selected by the station to be the asked many questions of Brown i '
BHS Sept. 17 minister from this section of the and Brown's representative.Other I ChurchSunday I will be served.Members .

state that would conduct the commissioners had little of the Post said all
Bunnell High School Head program during the week of to say. I School 9:45: a. m. ,with & members, parents and friends of

Coach Bo Manuel said today September September 24 at Then the insurance repreaen'l all classes from seven years the honored guests are urged to .
that the first football game for 6:15: a. m. tatives-W. L. through adults will meet for de. attend.
the Season will be Bunnell Flagler County Insurance andJ. I votlonals In the Church Sane

against Crescent City at 8 p. m. His sermon at the morning 11. Brown for Brown & Brown, I tuary. All, others will meet In
at Crescent Qty this Friday. worship at First Baptist Sunday, consenting various technical their class rooms.

After this games there will be will be, "Is There "A Second points about workmens compensation "Power To Come Back AfterFailure" Blood Drawing
Chance After Death? and the
three home field games In a row. rates now and in the fu will be the Sermon
Dunnellon, Sept. 24; St. Joseph's evening sermon" Is entitled, ne ture. And, too whether county subject of Rev. E. E. Snow, pas Today SponsoredBy I
Academy, Oct. 1; and Baldwin City of David. prisoners Brown and Brown'sproposal : tor. This will be the second In

October 8. There will bf two j t'" I was to carry liability I a aerl of sermons, from the Lions Club
,
other home games:October 33 Union Hall" Insurance on county prisonerswhile Fourth'' Chapter of'Second Tim -
f against Florida Air Academy being transported In a I othy. Th" Punr.'!'J Lions Club heard
and on November 12 with Keystone t 'ir'e' '*>ort Tuesday on the
,I county owned bus. The other The Senior and Intermedia
Heights. Up For BidsLocal Blood Drawing which Is sponsored
company did not include this Youth fellowships will meet in
Ten games are scheduled Union 330 of the cement provision In UN tiroposal. The the evening from ft:30: to 7:30. by the Club today, from
other than those at home they 2 to 6 p. m. Chairman Jimmy
argued
plant workers are advertising on two reprwfliiulvea! Election of new officers for the
are: DAB Oct. 15; Father Lo page 4 of this week's 'Tribune forcefully: lot their respective Fellowship will be held at this Kelley reported on the plans for

per Oct. 29; Hastings, Nov. 5; for bids on the union hall. proposals.After time. the Blood Drawing.
and Callahan, Oct. 19. wait while theeomm'srrc.e.s Wives of the Lion Club members
a long
for the Crescent The bids are to be from "In. have volunteered to serve
Here Is the llnup I discussed everything I ,
terested civic or non-proflt organizations" refreshments to the Blood
City game: Martin Tucker, outer than business, some light
left enJ; Benton Elsenbach; left s and are to be sub-. of t.vru: out in hall, the chairman ALSAC Teenagers Donors during the afternoon.The .
McDaniel not later
M. B.
mited to
blood will be heldat
tackle; Fred Harris, left guard; asked for a motion. After drawing
Jack Knight, center; Dan Cody, than 4 p. m.. September 21. I some delay, Commissioner Alfred I March To Be i iI the Bunnell Civic Center

right guard; Jack Sparkman, The hall Is located on State Tucker offered a motion to I I from 2 to 6 p. m. The Red Croat
right tackle; Harry Bullock, Highway 11 about half way be. accept Flagler Court insurance 'j Held SundayMany i Mobil Unit from Daytona Beach
twen Bunnell and Flagler will be hand for the Draw-
right end; Walton Cowart quarterback bid with nc 'laBUty: coverage I on
: Bill Harris, left half Be\c:.. : fa motion was teenagers are ready to Ing. All blood drawn will be I
r prlaon :I. "
back; Dennis Buono, right half TV.e 'r.!tcn vriiJ'i-M: t-j !laptw rconoed ay Commissioner C II. take part In the first annual I placed to the credit of Flagler
back. of h* a'.x' :n& i-e- I Teenagers March this Sunday, County Citizens In the Red
and vote, Tucker,:
Cowart '
Portland Cement Compa- upon bttwfen'the hours of 2:00 and Cross Blood Bank In Daytona
Also on this page Is the sea.son's high Hunter and Cowart voted ; f
yes
I j
schedule for brth the "." plant has been closed ptr.I Commissioner Stefllk voted no. 4:00: p. m. for the support of st.1 Beach.
Jude Children's Research JI Guests of the Club
and "B" lean*. manently. lie said afterward the reason he Tuesdaywere
pita Louis Stefllk and Thurman
BUNNELL HIGH SCHOOL I voted no was that he wanted This yearly event has been I Barrow.
the prison.
coverage on county '
heralded as one of the greatest A meeting of the Directors was

Varsity 1965 Football Schedulex ers.In other action heard Tommy fund raising events, since It Is held following the luncheon
held within a two hour period, meeting. Three new directors'
proposal by
Durrance explain
each Nationwide It raised
Sept. 17 ......_.._...Crescent City ..........._.....?._..Away Wine It Associates, surveyors, to year. were elected to replace those
million six hundred
I over one who have moved away to reside,

Sept. 24K.....___.....Dunnellon ..................._.......Home produce an up to date A. county dollars last year. Leonard Moody and Henry
for $1,800. E. Smythe,
map More than 90 percent of the Burks. One director was
Oct. 1 ..._.._.._..___..-St. Joseph ........_._......_.._..Home board secretary, reminded board funds raised go directly to the added to the more Board. Elected
members that he believed there
Oct. 8 .._.___....._Baldwin ..._...._._..........Home was not enough money on handto research work and patient care were Don Moore, P. A. Edmonson -
at St. Jude Hospital Memphis, and Tony Kahlety. DeanPeterson
x Oct 16 ..___.._....._..... D & B ...............-...........Away pay that amount. The com Tennessee. Treatment Is free to' was accepted as a new
missioners then to forego
Florida Air Academy ..._......_..JIome agreed every child that enters, and Is member' by the directors.
Oct. 22 .......-.._.. at this time a county map.
open to children of every race

x Oct. 29 _.....L.._, ... Father Lopez __....._......Away Also agreed to meet In special or erred.
season Tuesday night September The founder and President of

x Nov. 5 .__._._.._.Hastings ......__.__._.......Away 14 to discuss: employing a firm St Jude Hospital Danny Thom, JAMES McDONOGH

Nov. 12' eo..... ,..... Keystone Height _.._.......Home property.to do the They valuing met but of cam county to as, said "It Is good that the WINTER RESIDENTDIES
teenagers combine the talents!

x Nov. 19L..____..CallAhan ..."._....._....... AwayH965'r"B"vTearri' no decision. I;of their healthy bodies. to help IN NEW YORK

ScheduleSL other children who are less for I James S. McDonogh of Bun.

'. The bodies of all trunkflshes tunate. With such an army of I nell and Chatham. N. Y., passed

lire encased In a hard shell I dedicated young people we (An',' away August 17th, according to
I
Joseph ____October..._.___..Home (7:30) formed by fusion and solidification I move mountains". Information received from his
of the scales. Because Its nephew J. Edo, McDonogh of
Hastings __...... .on... October 11 __...._..Home (7:30)D body Is perfectly rigid the I I Louisville, Kentucky.Mr. .

& B _... ...._October 18 _....___..Home (7:30) trunkfish Is a poor swimmer and I The U.S. Coast Guard maintains McDonogh had been a
must depend on Its fins for pro long range aids to navi winter resident of Buniwll for
Crescent City ..October 25 _.._There (70) pulsion. In tome localities, the I gallon stations throughout the i the past several years, and was

trunkfish aN baked or roasted world, providing/ transoceanic t a property owner here, and In
Hastings ...... _.. .. ... November 1 _._.There (7:30) as''I
shells and 'ships
In their regarded and aircraft with navigational Volusla County. lie was 89 H

Crescent City..-..- .. November 8 ,...._.Home (7:30)> excellent food. checkpoints. years of age.



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TWO 1UJ!: .FLAGLER TRIBUNE. BUNNELL, FLORIDA Thursday, Sept. 16, 1965
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fa. q./oJ Ja I Sprinkle the plant food evenly I across a state line. State laws Three-year-olds may leave their ,I a time. <
over the lawn l, then water in prevent sole of seed with an old mothers-but only briefly. Six Miss Goodall was fortunate

(By Kerrey Sharps to prevent the grass from being test. Most states allow nine year-olds often leave the family enough to see a young male
burned by the caustic plant food months. who had left for a whole day,
of
Many ladies are suspected circle for two or three days at
bleaching their hair blonde in elements. rejoin his family.
Don't become alarmed if you
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search of Hurricane Family Ties OfChimpanzees .
beauty. ,
Betsy was no different.But 1 I discover earwigs in your lawn. I HI.:: : ':JfJr"1f[: [ ::1Imrnm! =IjIIJCI"': imI
A number of home owners have
since she had no hair, she
reported them.
may have pitched a tantrum in Violets

revenge and took the color out Almost everyone loves violets, The chimpanzees in an East NOTICEOccupational
of your lawn, with rain water. so try your luck at growing African reserve have close fame
So inspect your lawn now. It them. An acid soil, with plentyof fly ties and show as much va
may be losing its lush green humus and plant food, moisture riety in personalty man him.
color because of a soaking bya and shade are conditionsthat self. I

windy lady.Centipede make violets happy. If you Jane Goodall, a young English
grass: is often the already have violets, then divide scientist, has been studying a I Licenses will be due on
first to take on a yellow cast them now and the perfumed little community of primates in
following a heavy leaching.You flowers will out from "Chlmpland," the 30 square
peep
can restore the green color dark green leaves from December miles of forested National Geo October 1, 1965. License Fees are the sameas
by spraying the grass with an until May. graphic Society has supportedher
Iron sulfate solution. Sweet is another flower research.
peas
Apply a spray: mixture of two suggestion. The winter flowering Working alone in the ape last year. To avoid penalty, must be
teaspoonfuls of the iron com I varieties, if ,planted now, will country for five years, Miss
pound per three gallons of wa bloom by Christmas. Goodall has a remarkable picture
ter per 50 square feet of lawn Plant sweet pea seeds in of the social relationshipsof paid on or before November 1, 1965.
area. Chelated iron productsalso trenches of rich, organic soil chapanzees. For their part,
are recommended for color. that has been sterilized and the'chimps tolerate' Miss Good-
ing up lawn grasses. treated against damping-off. all, as a harmless, possibly inferior I
Lawns with a dull green color Frequent cutting of the bloomsis creature and a sure sourceof CITY OF BUNNELLNancy
will also snap to life again with necessary to prevent formation bananas.
an application of fertilizer. Ap- of seedpods which will reduce Mother Ploys With BabyIn Rodgers, City Clerk
ply about 25 pounds of 6-6-6 the flowering period.As the wild, a mature female
(NPK) fertilizer per 1,000 square a border plant for azaleas, chimp has a baby every two or
feet of grass. try strawberry plants. The berry three years. She makes a love
bushes like the acid azalea soil ing mother. One morning Miss
and will thrive. The dark green Goodall observed a mother
CLASSIFIEDADS I leaves, white blossoms with chimpanzee playing with un infant
cream-colored eyes, and tart red daughter. Lying on her BUDDY KNOX 66 SERVICE CENTEROn
berries will pay for your! effortsof I back, the mother bounced the
growing the plants. 'baby up and down with her feet, AlA & N. 4th St., Flagler Beach
Camellia and azalea flower then suddenly bent her kneesso
Flagler Beach Auction every buds should be formed by now. that the youngster collapsedin Phone 439-9221
Thursday nlte at 7:30. New and Inspect them carefully for signsof a ,heap of waving arms and
used merchandise. Will also sell bud browning. This indicatesa legs.
anything you have. Come and fungus which will cause the The mother suckles the young (jJp)
bring a friend. Sept 16-Itc, buds to drop. If discovered, control ster and keeps it with her in
I the disease with a fungi. a treetop nest at night until 24 HOUR HEAVY DUTY WRECKER SERVICE
FOR SALE-1960 Mobile Trailer, cide. it is about ,three years old.
45x8. 2 bedroom. Phone ID
77178, Sand Bar, U. S. 1. 9.161tp .
Know Your SeedIn
FOR SALE-1956 Chevrolet 8 .,
cy., auto. trans, radio, heater.
Local owner. ID 77178 9-16-ltp Lawn Planting

FOR SALE-World Book Encyclopedla I If you're seeding d''lawn this
63 with 64 year book, fall, you may be surprised-and
$150.00. Also 2 ton air condition. a bit confused-at the wide .A
er priced to sell. Phone 437.3332 choice of seed mixtures offered
9.16.1tp for sale. 4rc4 7
But making a choice is much
LUtings under this heading cue easier when you make it a rule
3 cents a word each insertion.
to check certain points: the
75 cents U the minimum charge per. P.f
centage of each kind of seed
COX's UPHOLSTERY, Bunnell, present In the mixture, its germination .
Fla Hwy. 11, will pick up and ability and when this
deliver all furniture free. For .
ability was tested; and the percentage
sample material and prices on of pure seed and
labor call 4373673. 7-1-tf I whether undesirable weed seeds

SEPTIC TANK cleaning; drain are present.
fields installed; snail shell. Reasonable It's possible to check these <
prices. Call George Ja points, say horticulturists, because "
the Federal Seed Act-administered '
ID 7-3410 8.1 tf
roz, -
by the U.S. Dept. of x ...it comes alive on {
VXX's -> ->X-N VA .
Agriculture-protects consumers
I
JOHNSTON'SFLAGLER by requiring this information on
BEACH REALTY CO.I the package label of seeds I COLOR-TV.
!
LOTS, HOMES, OCEAN FRONT, shipped interstate.
WATER: FRONT, FARMS, ] Be sure to look for the date ;
ACREAGE germination was tested, because
I
Bee us for your real estate needs seed loses its vitality as it gets
Office Phone lIE 9.2242 older. By federal law, the test
Residence Phones ID 7.3691 date can't be more than six
IIUv.]
or ID 7-3517 months before the seed goes I V ;


One look and you'll agree there's no match for today'

perfected Color-TV. Don't; wait any longer. You're

BROWN & BROWN INC. A missing half the pleasure TV can bring, unless you

I r see it in lifelike color. (Move your old set to the kids

INSURANCEOUR I i room, bedroom, or den, for "personal viewing").

d With TV colorcasts tripling this fall, you'll have a

PHONE NUMBER IS greater choice and finer programs. You'll enjoy a
mfflion dollar theater" for a penny's worth of electricity ..
per hour.*
437-3394

So live it up with the Magic 3 radio, stereo hi-fi

and Color-TV. Prices are the lowest ever, because .(

of tremendously increased production and cost- .
r cutting efficiencies

CRAIG FUNERAL HOMEA. SEE YOUR DEALER NOW 1
.
Today,the average yC .
K. CRAIG. Funeral Director price paid per
kilowatt hour for
ROBERT WORLET Associate
Sunshine Serviceelectricity ..
AIR OXYGEN 3 in the
LADYATTENDANT t home is actually
CONDITIONEDCHAPEL I I EQUIPPED 31% cheaper than -
g. AMBULANCES juat 10 yearlaco.LIIIDA -_

Phone ID 7-3532
r i P l .EI i LICITHtlPIHQ C/ M f A I TI
201 E. MOODY BLVD. BUJWELX. FLORIDA IVHO ,. .OltlDAy



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WE GIVE Thurs.Price, Fri.Good, Sat., ,j

VALUE TOP. M E T T S Sept.Quantity 16..,.17 Right, 18 ..1


STAMPS SUPER MARKET Reserved w J

103 S. RAILROAD





1 GIGANTIC FOOD j 1,




WE WOULD LIKE TO TAKE THIS SOON WE WILL OPEN
OPPORTUNITY TO THANK YOU I:
FOR YOUR PATRONAGE AND "JIFFY FOOD STORE" I

FRIENDSHIP. S A I E BUSINESS METTS SUPER AS BEFORE.MARKET WILL DO

WE WILL CONTINUE TO SERVE f
I:n. YOU WITH QUALITY SERVICE NO WE ARE NOT MOVING. IN
AT COMPETITIVE PRICES. FACT WE SHALL BE IMPROVING.


Gigantic Meat SaleFLORIDA HERSHEY

GRADE "A"FRYERS 31 < SUGAR 5B :' 29


Whole Limit ((1)) with purchase of$5.00 or more food order

5 Lb. Bag Cut.., 1.79. MAXWELL HOUSE (Coffee)

Smoked (6 to 8 Lb. Avg.) I 6 Oa. ')
INSTANT 59
PICNICS u 39* Jar !
Limit (1)) with $5.00 or more food order

! Flavor Aged (Naturally Aged for Tend rnet,)
GOLD MEDAL (Plain or S. R.)

CHUCK ROAST u 49 FLOUR S ". 39<()

Flavor Aged 6a
u Limit (1) with $5.00 or more food order
KB1::I: ROAST 59
NibleU 12 Oz. W. K. Du.h' ((300 Can)
Flavor Aged Flavor Aged 8 PORK AND 10Cans
Chuck ft Family tt CORN WC BEANS Can 99'-
STEAK 59c STEAK 690World'

Sunlit. ((303 Can) 8 Cant Everfre 20 O:. Loaves
Bet Wilton (Select)
Ground BEEF Ill. $139 i BEEF LIVER If 49cBeef TOMATOES 99C BREAD Lo:.. 850

All Meat
Shurfine ((303 Can) Peach Everfreth Pound
SHORT RIBS If 49c STEW If) 69t HALVES CAKE Each
Cans 99c 290
FROZEN FOODS-
FROJOY

ICE MILK Gallon 49 Fresh Crisp FARM FRESH N. PRODUCE C. (Red Delicious) Bag

CARROTS;.. 25c APPLES 40 490
2 Lb. BAG (FROZEN)
2 Lb. Fresh Green Golden Yellow
FRENCH FRIES j.,. Bas 39' CABBAGE 70 BANANAS i. 250


DAIRY 50 FREE 50 FREE I 50 FREE
PILLSBURY TOP VALUE STAMPS TOP VALUE STAMPS TOP VALUE STAMPS
With purchase of With purchase of With purchase of
(BUTTERMILK) (2) Pan Ready (1) Broom or Miracle Whip Salads

BISCUITS 4 Can 39I' I 1 Coupon Cutup Void Frjrtn After Coupon Mop Void After Coupon Dressing Void After
I Saturday, Sept. 18, 1965 Saturday, Sept. 18, 1065 jj Saturday, Sept. 18, 1985Thursday



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WOMAN'S CLUB NEWS COMMUNITY MEMORIAL I
CHURCH SERVICESRev.
The first meeting of the new I
year for the Flagler Woman's R. W. Dickert has been
Club was held Wednesday afternoon asked to supply the pulpit in I GOOD QUANTITY RIGHTS
with President Emily New Smyrna Beach Sunday, THURSDAY-FRIDAY-SATURDAY RESERVED

Gage presiding. September 19. Tony Breen from SEPTEMBER 16, 17, 18, 1965 CLOSED SUNDAYS
Routine business was transact. Stetson will bring the morning Store Hours Monday thru Thursday, 8 a. m. 6 p. m.-Fri. & Sat. 8 a. m 7 p. m.
ed along with plans to move the sermon when church convenesat
Club's Library books Into the 11 o'clock a. m. Sunday
New City Library building at an school is at 9:45.: Do you know you can (Save) as much as $500.00 per year

early It was date.announced there will Orchid Scale by trading at home? No gimmicks, just save on every day
of
be an Interesting display

them shells at and the a social lecture meeting given about to be Control Tips low prices, plus saving on transportation and time, plus

held on Septembzer 22nd at 2 Scale Insect control on orchids money back guarantee on all purchases.
p. m. at the clubhouuse. Miss has been a persistant problemfor
Gage urges members to plan to both commercial and ama
attend this meeting and to teur growers.
"THINK IT OVER"FLORIDA
bring along friends. The Sub tropical Experiment "
The birthday calendar, chair. Station in Gainesville has done
man, Mrs. H. G. Heydt reminds research to obtain an effective
I
members it is time to be secur of scales .
control program on or
GRADE "A" D & D U. S. CHOICE
ing names and ads for the new chids through the use of "syste
calendar. She also said she mic Insecticides." These are WHOLE POT
i would like to see a lot of new unique because they are taken
names along with the regulars. into the plant and then displaced Lb.
29 Roast 39Limit
I throughout It. Fryers
MRS. LESTER SHEELER Out of the testing, Dr. R. M.
: HONORED ON BIRTHDAY Baranowski, associate entomologist
I ANNIVERSARYMrs. says it was found that a 3 Please WESTERN CORN FED
systemic insecticide called dim-
Lester Sheeler was hon ethoate 4E, when used as a fol. FLORIDA GRADE "A" PORK
ored guest at a surprise birthday iar application at a strength of STEWING LOIN ROAST Lb. 490THRIFTWAY
party last Thursday eveningat one pint per 100 gallons, gave HENS Lb. 25
the home of Mr. and Mrs. excellent control of the proteus

Brice Sheeler. The affair was a scale. The variety of orchid used SLICEDBACON TENDER SLICED BABY BEEF .
dinner party with birthday cake, was Vonda.
party favors and all. Complete control was also *
Enjoying the affair with :the achieved of the boisduval scaleon Lb. 69 LIVER Lb. ..490FABULOUS
honoree were Mr. and Mrs. Lies several infested Cattleyas
(oi Larsen and children, Cindy, when specialists used a foliar
':: Randy, and Karen, Ormond spray application of dimethoateat HERSHEY'SSUGAR
,, Beach; Mr. and Mrs. K. T. Lar a strength of one pint per. 100
sen, Holly Hill; Mr. and Mrs. gallons.
Brice Sheeler and children, Pamela I Dr. Baranowski says commercial
Britt, and Scott, of Flagler growers having the experience FAB
\ Beach. 'and proper equipmenthave
Brice Sheeler is Mrs. Sheeler'sson been able to use""highly
and Mrs. Lies Is her daugh toxic" insecticides like parathion I LARGE 4tfV< 5 Lb.
ter. with varying degrees of success. BOX Bag 29-
But, many amateur growers
have resorted to "scrubbing" Limit 1 with $5.00 or more food order Limit 1 with $5.00 or more food order
Books Are My DishBY their orchid plants with a tooth.
brush to cut down scale popula
Dorothy Homons tions. 21/2 SIZE CAN

Thursday, September 16, today, The UF researcher says al.
the Flagler Woman's Club library though dimethoate is a relatively Each <
mSS: t PEACHES 19Limit
will be closed. It is being safe Insecticide, it, as well as
moved down to that beautifulnew other insecticides, should be
building the City of Flagler used with proper precautions. 2 with $5.00 or more food order
Beach has built for it. We urge "Always read the label on any
LUCKY LEAF APPLE
2/ CAN ROYAL PURPLE
everybody to come and see us pesticide container and followall
when the Library is ready. And cautions and warnings he Oz.
PLUMS 3 For 79' SAUCE Jar 2?
don't forget, there is lots of shelf says.
space to be filled updon'tstop
giving us books just be. Clearly identifiable fossils 6 OZ. MAXWELL HOUSE 4 OZ. LYKE'S VIENNA
cause the Library has moved. have been discovered in sediments
More books are needed more nearly two billion years INSTANT
COFFEE 79' SAUSAGE 3 For 59
than ever. From time to time we old. The most ancient known
will tell about the virtues of this living things are microorgan.isms .
new library. The Workshop Is found in the Gunflint iron 303 ARGO BLUE LAKE 303 SUNLITE
the first place that ever madeus formations of the northern Lake
want to settle down and Superior region of Canada and TOMATOES 8 T
work. That work bench, that adjacent Minnesota. The ancient BfANS" 3 For 50
screen. That-space is up. Next "germs" are known as micro. Limit 8 Please
week we'll tell more. fossils.
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Request For Bids On Union HallAll TOKAY' 2 OZ. JIFFY

interested civic and/or nonprofit organizations are GRAPES Lb. 19' STEAKS < 59'
hereby notified that Local Union No. 330 will accept sealed
bids on the Union Hall and property located on Highway I
11 between Flagler Beach and Bunnell. Sealed bids shouldbe GREEN, FOR BOILING 6 OZ. SEALDSWEET ORANGE
submitted to Martin McDaniel not later than 4 P.)1.,
Tuesday, September 21, 19G5.: I PEANUTS Lb. 23 JUICE 6 For T

The Union reserves the right to reject any and/or all
bids received. U. S. NO. 1 WHITE 8 OZ. WINTER GARDEN


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purchase of Two (2) 12 of Three (3) < :; purchase of One Two ((2)
CORNED BEEF AND CABBAGE........._...Thursday Oz. Can Van Camp' : Doz. Eggs, I Lb. Plumrose Pork
Corned Beef : Any Size ; : Shoulder (Picnic Ham)
ROAST CHICKEN AND DRESSING..Sunday
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Mrs. Gertrude Bratcher returned IN ,MEMORIAM
home Sunday from Alma I In memory of our beloved husband $119 Each
Ga., where she was called last and father, the late D. D.
Friday by the death of her I Moody. .
brother In law, Ellis Purvis. One year past and we miss
t you as yesterday.Our .
Miss Nina VInson of Ormond faith renews itself and U. S. D. A. Choice Old Fashion
Beach spent Thursday here visIting shines like the rainbow after ROUND HOOP
with friends. She is a former rain, I STEAK I lb. 89 CHEESE lb. 49'
resident of Bunnell. When. we discover answered i
prayer beyond the clouds of

Mrs. Connie Beville and Miss pain. Lean Western Boston Butt G. C.'s Own Oven Ready
Carrie Deen of Gainesville, visited September 21, 1965.
here Wednesday with' their Signed, Murtice, Jaunita, and io.f. $169
PORK ROAST
lb. 59 MEAT LOAF
sister, Mrs. Maude Holland another lona Moody. I
members of their family.
Plentiful FoodsIn
Mrs. Freda. Stumph and son, Drummer Boy 6-8 lb. Avg.
Norman, visited here Wednes
day with friends. They were en- SeptemberFresh
route from a holiday spent In grapes top the foods Smoked Picnics Ib (
St. Peterburg and Tampa with Florida homemakers will find 39
friends to Jacksonville. plentiful during September, re-
ports Mrs. Gladys Kendall, mar.
Mr. and Mrs. Tom Diamond keting specialist, Florida Agricultural
are leaving this week for a short Extension Service. Lean, JuicyALL
vacation In Detroit with their Mrs. Kendall says the U. S.
son in law and daughter and !Department of Agriculture estimates
grand children. the 1965 grape crop at MEAT STEW <
3.8 million tons, or 8 percent Ib 69Mueller's
Mrs. Helen Sullivan and Mrs. larger than last year. Flame To-
Daisy Buckles were luncheon kays and Thompson Seedlessare
guests of Mr. and Mrs. J. A. the table varieties marketedin
Henderson at their new home in heaviest volume during ElboMACARONI
East Palatka recently. September.
Other foods USDA's Consumerand Pkg.:: lOe MAXWELL HOUSE
Guests of Rev. and Mrs. E. E. Marketing Service has on .
Limit 2 Please
Snow and daughter, several days Its September plentiful foods COFFEEi
this week, included his brother list for Florida are peanut but. Miracle Whip SaladDRESSING
and sister in law, Rev. and Mrs. ter, turkeys, and frozen con .
Jasper Snow of Curlew Metho centrated orange juice. % 49e i 39e
dist Church in the St. Petersburg USDA estimates 1965 peanut
Limit
1 with $5.00 or more food order
District of the Florida Methodist production at nearly 2.3 billion
Conference. pounds, or 28 percent more than DAIRY SPECIALKraft -

Zena Muzyka is recuperating average.the 7 major Production producing of peanutsin statesof MIX OR MATCH SALEOUR

after undergoing surgery at Ithe the Southeast during 1965 Is
local hospital last Thursday. estimated at more than 1.8 billion ORANGE JUICE &: 29<8 VALUE OR HALLMARK 300 CAN
pounds-over three quartersof BABY LIMA BEANS
Among those from here plan the total U. S. crop. BLACK EYED PEAS .
ning to attend the District USDA reports turkey produc- BUTTER BEANS
School of Instruction of the tion this year likely will be 2
GREAT NORTHERN BEANS
American Legion in Jacksonville or 3 percent larger than the 99.5 CRISCO
Sunday are Victor and District million birds raised last year. PINTO BEANS
I Adjutant Cora Buckles; District Turkey marketings during Sep 3 1b.Tin EARLY JUNE PEAS
Chaplain Jack Clegg, Lee Mer tember are expected to be sea S8e GREEN AND WHITE LIMAS ,
cer Post Adjutant, and Post tonally heavy.
Commmander elect Floyd Hurl I With current stocks of frozen Limit 1 with $5.00 or more food order 10 For 89C
concentrated orange juice about :
Harry Robert (BeBe) Moody 60 percent larger than a year
left Monday for Norfolk, Va., ago, food shoppers will continueto FRESH PRODUCE FROZEN FOODS -
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where he will be assigned with find frozen orange juice a -
the U. S. Navy. He had spent the wise food buy.A Winter Garden
past two weeks here visiting U. S. No. 1POTATOES
with members of his family.Mr. self-guided tour of the old MEAT PIES 1C 6 'i 00
Fort la now available at Fort '&*. 39C
and Mrs. Howard Wray Pickens State Park on Pensacola .
spent several days in Jackson Beach. Pillsbury Plain or Self.RlsingFLOUR'
vllle last week with Mr. and Bal

I Mrs. Don Alford. Watch APPLES J339C l g

I Recent guest of Mr. and Mrs.
5 lb.
John Seay was his mother, Mrs. "LivingWords" 29e
I Elizabeth Seay of Chlpley, norI California Bag

I Ida. LEMONS "- 39e I Limit 1 with $5.00 or more food order

Columbus's Santa Maria was ;:
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a-shlp." The 110-ton vessel 1 was : r
leased by Columbus from Mar September 19 !I 50 1ool rii
tin Alonzo PInzon, a Spanish thruSeptember
shipowner. 24 I

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6:55 Sundays (1) pair R. P. of (1)) 5 01. Borden's of ((1)) 15 oz. Bottle Texlie<
::: 1IIIeil Theatre : and BOBBY SOX INSTANT COFFEE WINDOW CLEANER,39c
:%: FRIDAY, SATURDAY :? 6:25 Weekdayswith Coupon Void After Coupon Void After Coupon Void After !
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: DOUBLE FEATURE &: September 24
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Land fisting vegetation" and reduce etation up to 40 acres spread Subscribe to The Magler Tribune

PreparationTo the competition for the planted I I out over the cleared areas 5Z50 A Year In Advance i Shr BUaglfr fflribunr

Increase Use slash pines. _

He added that a checkerboard I "ought to provide Ideal conditions DVNNELL, FLORIDA

pattern of blocks of natural veg for deer." I I
By Game Animals HASTINGS MATTRESS MRS. M B. FULLER EditorDesignated

& UPHOLSTRY WORKS) I
Haw does preparation of a site newspaper for all
''I 710-12 Lemon St. Legal AdvertUlagEntered
of land by mechanical means
Palatka Florida
affect wildlife population, par Phone EA, 5-9166 as second class matter
tlcularly deer? February (. 1912. at the post-
Furnitu-.. Upholstering office at Bunnell Florida under
The answer Is being soughtby Repaired & Refinished Act of March I, 1876

the Florida Agricultural Experiment Mattresses & Box Springs

Stations through the Made to Order.Also Renovated One year e* M
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Uunverslty of Florida School of Call Laura Morris 437-3233

After 6:00 P. M.
Forestry In Gainesville. IV TIIR CIRCUIT COURT, SEVENTH -
Recent Increasing Importanceon PRICES REASONABLE. JUDICIAL, CIRCUIT IRT!
AND FOR KLAOI.KU COUNTY.
BUDGET PLAN IF NEEDED.
outdoor recreation, Including FLORIDA CIIANCKHY NO. BUT
Just as near as your William Henry Russell
hunting and fishing, has brought Phone or Post Office Plaintiff

about research designed to co- Drop Us A Card or Call Dorothy May.Asbury. Russell

oddlnate the production of various Free Pick-up & Delivery Defendant.

forest products and crops IN THE NOTICE NAME OF OF SUIT THE STATE.

of wild animals.A NOTICE' +OF APPLICATION OF FLORIDATO
: Dorothy May Asbury Russellco
wildlife site preparation FOR+ TAX DEED Mrs. Bertha Asbury
Notice Is that It W. 112 Virginia
hereby given Avenue
project has been underway by Deen Jr. Bunnell. the holder of Berryvllle, Virginia
the Stations for five years on the following Tax Sale Certificate, YOU ARE HEREBY required to
has filed said certificate for a tax file with the Clerk of this Court
the Citrus Tract of the Withla- ii- deed to be issued thereon. The certificate your Answer to the Dill of Com-
number and year of Usu- plaint filed herein against you In
Forest between
coochee State ance the description of the prop- the above, entitled cause on or before
Inverness and Brooksvllle, northof erty, and the name In which It was September 25. 19(5. A. D., and
N assessed are ae follow: serve a copy thereof upon Donald
Tampa. Certificate No.1; Year of Issuance C. Jacobson Plaintiff's attorney
with the 1963.Description. herein whose address Is liT Orange
Connected project of Property: Tract 2, Avenue Daytona Beach Florida.
study Is Dr. S. L. Beckwith, Stations mock 3, Section :i, Township 12. "The Flagler Tribune" Is hereby
Range 29; 20 Acres; St. Johns Development designated as the newspaper
associate forester, who says Company Subdivision.: which this order shall be publishedonce
tremendous Interest In "outdoor Assessed. to: Bernard Stiller a week for four consecutive
In addition to the above the following weeks. HEREIN FAIL NOT OR A
activities", which on the Citrus tax sale certificates are DECREE PItO CONFESSO WILL
outstanding on said property: BE ENTERED AGAINST YOU FOR
Tract Is deer hunting, Is almost Certificate SUCH FAILURE.
Inevitable.He No. Year HolderS The nature of this suit Is a bill
1)64 n. W. Deen. Jr. I for divorce.
:says estimates show that IS 1965 W. M. Walker I WITNESS my hand and seal at
Also put up for sale will be the Bunnell.. Flagler County, Florida,
3 million people or roughly 40 f following property on which I this 24th day of August 19(5.
percent of the state's poulatlon ler County: Is holding Tax le'1:. (SEAL) Clerk. A. SMYTH
81. Year Ntt of I of Circuit Court
will be within 100 miles of the UftzteorJ of cftl,5D1 11 I By Julia R. Harvey
Section: 19 ;Township 12ltange 29 Deputy Clerk
Tract by 1970. atE Aug. 2( Sept. 2.9141p
for the : 2 Acres. I,
project
Study plots are
Assessed to: Belle O'Connell. i\: TIlE CIRCUIT COURT OP
one mile square since It's been cat of the above property Is lo FLAULKR COfNTY. FLORIDA
9 In Fagler County State of IN CIIA\CKItr NO. lUll
shown that deer cover a mile Florida. ISAAC KNEUTE.

square in diameter in a day's Unless said certificates are redeemed Plaintiff
according to law the
time. Dr. Beckwith said of the Ford Division of Ford Motor Company launched the 1966 arty described above will be prop sold ETHEL KNEUTE.
automotive model year with the announcement of a completely to.the highest bidder at the Courthouse Defendant.
total 12 miles Involvedin
square NOTICE TO
door, Bunnell Planer County 1IKKRNU
line of four-wheel-drive vehicles called "Bronco. The
new new the THE STATE OK nlDA. TO
on first Monday In the :
the study only nine were affected
Ford Bronco Ia available In three body .171elporl roadster month of October 1965. which la the ETHEL KNEUTE
by the Project's clearing (top), a roomy wagon (center and bottom) and a shoat roof 4th day of October 19C5, betweenthe 29 Willow' Street
r. sports utility model. With standard two and lour-wheel drive legal hours of 1100: A.M. and Keyport.rf'w Jersey
and planting operations. This 2:00: p. You are notified that a
totaled the Bromo I J. designed for use either on or off the highway. M.E.. A. SMYTHE suit has been filed against you In
4,320 slightly
acres or
Equally at home on a steep grade or on a run to the chopping Clerk of Circuit Court the above entitled cause; and you
less than nine percent of the center, the Bronco combines ruggedness with economy, perform.ance Flagler County, Florida are hereby with required to file your answer
the Clerk of this Court
47,000 acre Citrus Tract. and comfort to make It a ready companion for work orplay Sept. 2-9-U-22. 1915-4teiv and to serve a copy thereof upon

Till! CIRCUIT COURT OP the plaintiff or platlnlffa attorney,
"One of the plots was completely
The new Ford Bronco will be In Ford dealer showrooms .la FLAGLKR COUNTY. FLORIDA I whose KAY name and address Is:
k cleared of existing vegetation IV: CIIAVCKRV NO. SI2I SELDEN
September.
;.. THOMAS M. KUR8AR. Selden Building
and planted to slash Plaintiff. Daytona Beach. Florida I

pine, a second was three-fourths EMILY J. ... not 1965.later than September 25. A. D.

cleared and a third plot was ones KURSAR.Defendant.. If you fall to do .0, decree proconfesso
NOTICE TO : will be entered against
JU''IC'fD:
half cleared and planted to 24 HourWrecker TilE STATE OF FLORIDA, TO: you for the relief demanded In the
Service EMILY J. KUHSAU bill of complaint. The nature of
Dr. Beckwith.
pine explained
219 Volkert Street said suit being for divorce.
What effect did all this haveon Highland Park. New Jersey WITNESS my hand and seal of
You are hereby notified that a said Court this Kth day of AugustOfficial
the deer? A. I). 196$.
suit has been filed against you In
the Information the above entitled cause; and you ( Heal) E. A. SMYTUE
According to
Truck & Tractor CO.
Flagler are hereby required to file your answer Clerk of said Circuit Court
gathered, deer used the plots with the Clerk of this Court, Dy Julia It. Harvey
and to serve a thereof Deputy Clerk
copy
which were partially cleared MASSEY.FERGUSON the plaintiff or plaintiffs attorney upon, Aug. II Sept. 2-9.16-4tciv

twice as often as they used the Grove Farm Industrial Equipment whose RAY name SELDENSelden ana address Is: THUS CIRCUIT COURT or

cleared plotsThe Interesting lJulldlnl'DaJtona KLAULKIl 4-OUNTY. FLORIDA
VIRGIL DECKER Phone ID 7-3242 Beach Florida iv CIIANCKHY NO. ttecir .
point however, is that the deer THANK
not later than October 2. A.1>. 11(5. MONTALTO.Plaintiff.

found the "partially cleared Owner Bunnell, Florida It you fall will to be do entered so, decree against proeonfeaso y.. .

plots" more inviting than the I you for the relief demanded In the ANNA MONTALTO.Defendant.:
bill>| of Complaint. The nature of .
: uncleared ones. said suit being for divorce. NOTICE TO UKFKVU
.
WITNESS hand and seal of THE STATE OK FLORIDA. TO:
my
The UF researcher said that ANNA MONTALTO
said Court this list day of August
in addition to showing the use In Florida A. D. 1965.Official 94 Braugaw Avenue
Seal E. Newark New Jersey
( ) A. BMYTHE
by deer of the three different Clerk of said Circuit Court You are hereby notified that a

plots, "track counts" during after By Julia It. Harvey suit the above has been filed against you In
a day's fishing Deputy Clerk entitled cause; and :you
March were consistently higher Sept. 3.9-1 5.23-4to are hereby required to file your answer
with
the Clerk of this Court.
than those for September. Thisis beer's the one. r- IN-TIIR-CIRCUIT--COURT-SEVKVTII -- and to serve a copy thereof upon
.. JUDICIAL CIRCUIT, IV the plaintiff or plaintiffs attorney
normal Dr. Beckwith
whose
says AND Poll II'LAULF.ICOUNTY.. name and address Is: *

and simply shows the additionof for good taste, STATE CKHV. OK NO.FLORIDA sue 131 CHAM flelden RAT 8KLDEN Building

young. TICK HEAMKN'M HANK FOR Daytona Beach Florida
not later than September 33. .A..D.
HAVINOri IN THE CITY OFNEW
The forester says a very probe good fun YOItK a New York 1966.If.
:you fall to do so. decree pro
able reason for the attractiveness r corporation. eonfeaso will be entered against
: Plaintiff.
of the partially cleared ".. you bill for the relief demanded In Ib-
of complaint The nature of
JAMES: H DAWEIOo.l: and
plots to deer is the presence of PIITNIS II:. DAWSON his aid suit being for divorce.

both cleared and uncleared wife Defendants.NOTICR said WITNESS Court this my tar of August
A. i). 1'el.
which used "at differ
areas are Or SUIT
Official
( Heal) C. A. HMYTHE
Tin STATE OF FLORIDATO
ent times of the year" In close : James It. Dawson and Clerk of Mid Circuit Court

proximity to each other. 1'hynls E. Dawson his wife, Dy Julia it. Harvey
whose residence Is Bep ut Clerk
lie said deer visited the cleared MlchtR an. North Dakota Aug. 2( Sept J..I to

often In the Notice Is hereby given that suit 6Tiit: n ii'TiT :
plots more haa been filed In the above Indicated RVTii ('OI'RT. Bv
JIUICIAL
spring, while In the fall the deer of Court against you and each ANTI ran rLAuLRH CIRCUIT COUNT iv

used the uncleared areas four )you lo TGAGR KORECLOSl'HK FLORID NO, aiM. M nU. Cr.Rr. CASK

times as' often as the cleared the shown.title of which case Is as above MARICA. J, HUNDLEY.

areas. You are hereby required to file rianltlff.
your answer or written defenses. llL'YDLET
nOT
E.
The specialist said one of the if In the above proceedings Defendant.JR
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the Clerk of this Court and
for mechanicalsite NOTICE TO
chief reasons APPEAR
} to serve a copy thereof upon the THE STATE Or
: preparatlonls to "destroy exww..wi plaintiffs attorneys whose name HOT E. HUNDLEY FLORIDA JR,TO:

Wherever you fish for sport-on the and before address the and appear day hereon.of October on or e/o 203 Kleherr Merge Shute,

I tU, the nature of this
proceedings Corpus (- ..tt'lau
ocean, by the booming surf or on some being a suit to foreclose the lien You are hereby notified that
a
PETERSON TEXACO quiet country pond, it's great at the end described of ler a mortgage t.rol-1ldlt:on the t following In Flag again suit for, you divorce In the has above been entitled filed

SERVICE of the day to head fov a rewarding glass of? beer. I
ROAD SERVICE While you're talking over the ones that got away Light Mechanical Work that Book 5. Page 41 43. any to the Bill of
Phone 437-3441 BunneU or pan-frying the ones that didn't, you enjoy the Public Records Florida. of Flagler said suiton I or before Complaint the 2IU In

hearty taste and.cool refreshment only a glass of Jlu.rN ) ORDERED: at Run- day pro confeeso of September.will be I9C1.entered eta.against decree
nell. Stagier County. State of for you.
beer can give you so well. Yes whatever your ida 1961., this list day of August A.Do WITNESS my hand and seal of

O.F.ALPORDRegistered sport-bowling or strolling golfing or gardening (Official Clerk Seal) of E..A.the .Circuit SMYTH Court (sale SEAL Court)6L tat E..A.* 1
-a frosty glass of beer makes a naturally By Julia R.Deputy Harvey Clerk SW-ltf said Court

ROE8S. WIGHT A BUKFORD Il.De Harveyw
''t b I Real Estate Broker accompaniment @ Americas> National Baak BIdg. U Wadswort11"1" Clerk
l O Box 11911 P. a flea I9<
Bunnell Florida UNITED STATES BREWERS ASSOCIATION. INC. St. Petersburg rlalatlfi Florida urn Bunjiell. Florida
e P.0.MX 273.W1NTU PAM.fl Of'OA Attorneys for Attorney for PUIatlff
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You Know About I listen for further advisories and i ing for coastal sections adjacent, wwwvwvwvwvwFOR .......................
I be ready to take precautionaryaction hurricane
under
I to an area ALL HOURS-DAY OR NIGHT
Hurricane Alert? if warnings are Issued. warning. I
i I The hurricane warning comesas Hurricane names for 1965 be.
Are you familiar with hurricane it Is felt that an area will sides Anna and Betsy, other! AMBULANCE
terminology? I feel the full effects of the hurricane names are: Carol, Debbie,Elena SERVICE PHONE VAlley! 4 1625
The three hurricane alerts such as high winds, Frances, Gerda, Holly, Inga, ST.
everyone should be familiar with dangerously high water, and Jenny, Kara, Laurie, Martha,I!II AUGUSTINE. FLORIDA
are "Hurricane Watch," "Hurri I very rough seas. It is not the Netty, Orva Peggy, Rhoda, Sa. I Ntvet be hesitant about calling a Garcia Ambulant. W.
cane Warning,"and"Gale Warning hurricane's eye or center which die, Tanya, Virgy, Wenda. I II are always at your service with promptness safety and
," says Elwyn Holmes, rural!I causes damage and casualties. xperitnc
civil defense specialist. I It is the high tides, strong winds I :ti
When a hurricane reaches a I and heavy winds that accompany The porcupine fish in Marine- Equipped With Oxygen Re.utitator and Inhalator
position that offers a threat to I I It, Holmes says. land's corridor tanks can inflate
a wide area, the area is put I Gale warnings indlate winds itself with air or water and become I Garcia Funeral HomeP.
on hurricane watch. This means :of more than 38 miles per hour, almost round, while the E. GARCIA Licensed Funeral Director
there is no immediate danger,I I but of less than hurricane force. spines covering its body form
but everyone in the area should They may be used as a warn- protection for the fish. LADY ASSISTANT
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Cold in AugustAt
o4fi Day ," Dr. Siple remains the fact that this air I MILLER

'clioalVews wrote, "we found we could work Is a slightly different mixtureof
The South PoleIt ELECTRONICS
outside, even in the wind, at gases from that of air in the

STUDENT INSURANCE was a cold, very cold day temperatures below minus 80. middle latitudes. In contains, 1744 Ocean Shore Bird.

CLAIMS SERVICE FOR in August when the temperature One possible reason is the alti for example, less than a thirdas REPAIRS ON
FLAGLER COUNTY dropped to 127 degrees below tude. At 9,200 feet air is thinner much water vapor as atmos TV'S

zero F.-4he lowest ever record and has a lower conductivity phere samples collected at the WASHERSDRYERS
Upon occurence of an accident, ed on earth. hence less 'cooling power.' equator.", !I

the 'school will supply a claim One man stayed outside for four This low humidity, heat loss!:
form to the injured student or The record was set at Vostok, hours without 111 effect when from reflectivity of snow, and Call Collect 672-0377

Ills parent. The form should be Antarctica, some 800 miles from the temperature was very closeto poor flow of alF from wanner I I ALL WORK

completed by the school, parent the South Pole, on August 24, minus 100 degrees... regions all contribute to the extremely GUARANTEED

and doctor or hospital. The parent 1960. The earth's coldest region, "But if our polar atmospherewas I low Anarctica tempera
doctor, or hospital attend. Antarctica is most frigid when
less chilling, it also con- tures. The average annual temperature
ant attaches all bills to the the northern hemisphere is enJoying .
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tatined less total oxygen than at the South Pole Is .
claim form and sends them directly summer.Dr. air at sea level. Newcomers, es minus 60 F.
for payment. The school Paul Siple, scientific lead. Community
pecially, found themselves In the polar summer, however .
will receive a copy of all claim er of the first expedition to
quickly out of breath when they the
along
temperatures
claim form must be the South Memorial Church
I drafts. The spend the winter at engaged In heavy labor." coast venture above freez-
r completed within 60 days of accident Pole, described in the National Winellke Winds Blow I may ..fer-.....I..tt.1
ing, causing men at the colder
and all bills itemized and Geographic the sensation of '
I The late Rear Admiral Rich. inland stations to call the coast AIR CONDITIONED
submitted within ninety days stepping out into 100-below-zero .
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ard E. Byrd, who contributed the "Banana Belt. Dajrton JLr
from the late of tendering such weather. '
; service. many articles on his polar explorations I 'FLAGLER BEACH

Frost on Beard to National Geographic Recorded turkey calls may Sunday School 10:00: A.M.
3 of the
\ It is the responsibility of found the In Ant sound like but
"The familiar sharp feel atmosphere exactly a turkey Church Service 11:00: A.M.
the claim form
parents to secure the cold was more searing than arctica "curiously exhilarating. regulations prohibit their use. '
the school and to see that R. W. DICKKRT. Pastor
I from usual," Dr. Simple wrote. "WhenI "While the wlnelike quality Only manually or mouth operated
the claim is submitted within faced the light breeze, the of winds over the Ice mountains I calls may be legally used BVERYONB WELCOME I
the claim period. I r .......
vapor in my' breath blew back doubtless Is partly phychologlcO -. In Florida. AJ.

into my face and condensed Instantly -- --

llth Grade on the gray straggles of I ., COURSE THAT* A SUCK LOOK AT HIM DRIVE ANOONO LUCCHI MAYBE HE NICOS IT,
On August 31st the Junior I 10 months old beard. USED CAR HI PICKED UPI OWN* THE STRUTS.BCN-MAt CUE TO 6t PPORT
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my FOR A 80NO FROM M* DlVCJjOPVO A Bl* HEAD/ TWO ACES.
Class Section B held their first
"Instinctively I held up my
meeting to elect the officers for KRANTZMOTORS
I hand to protect my nose and
the coming year. Those elected cheek from the fury of the cold;

were: President, Arthur McDanIel It' felt,. paradoxically, like the IWT we ooevfr: ufcvt Toe
; vice president, Carol Waugh: attack of leaping flames. At CO STA C ABOUT IT
secretary and treasurer, Johnnie
temperatures such as this a nose
Ruth Miller; reporter, Catherine
with
can freeze in seconds a

Stanish. needle-sharp prick, or 'ping,' as
The dues were agreed to be a 0
we called it.
dollar.
"Within a few Army
steps my -
The Junior Class underway .
I got
polar boots, made of a special
f this week with the Annual .
Iow4emperature rubber composition
Magazine Drive which started ', froze solid as cast Iron." K II {l'I I ,'.' .
9th and will continue : ,
September "
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The temperature was minus j
until September 20th. Our goalis ......
102 degrees F.-the climax of a
; to beat last years selling rec 93-hour period when the thermo

'.. ord. ometer had never risen above ,
We will sponsor a dance after -
minus 91 degrees.
the first home game on September At the South Pole, Dr. Siple .
24th. Prices are: $1.25 drag endured 169 consecutive days When you're in a hurry

and $1.00 stag. Music will be with temperatures below minus .

furnished by the "Headhunters", 40 degrees, and th.e, coldest '
Catherine Stanish, to talk to miles
ReporterIf month averaged minus 80 de. somebody away

grees. .]n most,cold, areas of the .
bear looks small don't ,
a world, the coldest days are
shoot It. Any bear less than characterized by calmness. The dial direct.
old and less than
one year one
wind blew all winter long at
hundred pounds In weight Is defined the South Pole, however, averaging It's
as a cub bear, and cubs quick.
between 15 and 20 milesBUNNELL
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