The Flagler tribune
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 Material Information
Title: The Flagler tribune
Physical Description: Newspaper
Language: English
Publisher: s.n.
Place of Publication: Bunnell Fla
Creation Date: September 30, 1965
Publication Date: -1981
Frequency: weekly
Subjects / Keywords: Newspapers -- Bunnell (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Flagler County (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Genre: newspaper   ( marcgt )
newspaper   ( sobekcm )
Spatial Coverage: United States -- Florida -- Flagler -- Bunnell
Coordinates: 29.4675 x -81.256944 ( Place of Publication )
Dates or Sequential Designation: Began in 1917?
Dates or Sequential Designation: -69th year, no. 36 (Sept. 3, 1981).
General Note: Mrs. M.B. Fuller, editor.
General Note: Description based on: Vol. 43, no. 20 (June 2, 1955).
Funding: Funded by NEH in support of the National Digital Newspaper Project (NDNP), NEH Award Number: PJ-50006-05
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Source Institution: University of Florida
Holding Location: University of Florida
Rights Management: All rights reserved. Board of Trustees of the University of Florida
Resource Identifier: aleph - 001024369
oclc - 33425664
notis - AFA6237
lccn - sn 95047251
System ID: UF00079914:00299
 Related Items
Preceded by: St. Johns tribune
Succeeded by: Palm Coast news
Succeeded by: Flagler/Palm Coast news-tribune

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Bunnell Bulldogs I BLACKBERRY Pentecostal l BUNNELL LIONS I Mrs. Zeno Mercer


Beat Dunnellon I[', PALATKAThere Church Honors I EYE BANK Funeral Service :.

7-6 Friday Night I will be, a blackberry Youth MondayThe I, The Bunnell Lions Club gave Today In Daytona !:

growers meeting Wednesday, bank forms to members
The Bunnell Bulldogs came Pentecostal Holiness I:eye
Mrs. Nellie L. Mercer, wife of
6 1965 in the
October County
Tuesday. Anyone wishing to will
from behind Friday night to of Bunnell ham : Zeno
,I i Commissioners Room In the Put- Church gave a C. Mercer, 736 Westmor-'
their to the bank
edge Dunnellon 7.6 for their ,nam County Courthouse. The burger fry Monday night honor- eyes eye may land Road, Daytona Beach, passed -
: the forms from
first 1965 victory. I j I I meeting will start at 1:30: p.. m. ti |[ing the youth of their Church. secure of the Club. any member away Tuesday morning at

Quarterback Walton Cowart 1 I Those attending were the pas. the Halifax Hospital, followingan
unleashed a 25 yard touchdown I i There are several Important tor, Rev. and Mrs. John Lamar Louis Steflik and Tom Lens- illness. of several weeks du
points a should consider I sen were welcomed as new members -
to I grower
f pass In the second quarter I Jngold and daughters, Patsy, ration.
before establishing his blackberry of the Club.
r Harry Bullock. Cowart then : Faye, and Linda; Mr. and Mrs. 'I Funeral services will be held
I I planting. With this In Club President John Seay
r kicked the conversion and Bun- J. W. Spivey; Mr. and Mrs. Otis this afternoon (Thursday) at 2
!mind the Agent's office named Lion Edmonson
County as
t nell led 7.6.Dunnellon. I Nipper Sr; Mrs. Charlotte Brat- program p. m. from the First Baptist
I has arranged the meeting to chairman for the next
scored the first l I
cher Mr. and Mrs. Richard Church. Dr. Layfayette Walker,
touchdown on a 1 yard plungeby I I help prospective growers In this I Jngold and son; Rev. and Mrs. meeting. Dr. Allen Reynolds was chairman of the religion department .
k area. Dr. J. S. Shoemaker, Horticulturist appointed for the second meeting .
Jim Hughes, climaxing a 45 James Stuart and daughter of I I at Stetson University,

yard drive. John Duncan's try Fruit Crops Depart Jacksonville; Mrs. J. W. Osborne I in October. will officiate. lie wil be assistedby
ment, University of Florida will The Blood Taking Committee>
for the extra point was blockedby and son of St. Augustine; Mr. Rev. Hal Marchman, pastor
Jack Knight, proving the cover such topics as:' site selec- and Mrs. Gene Nipper and child reported 32 pints of blood was of the Central Baptist Church.
tion, varieties, trelllslng, train. 1 secured for the Red Cross Bankin
eventual winning margin. ren; Mr. and Mrs. Edward Buck- Interment will follow In Cendar
staff feels that I ing, pruning, spraying, fertilization the recent taking here.
The coaching ner and family; Mr. and Mrs. 11111 Memory Garden.
I cultivation, etc. Dalton I Congratulations were extended .
much Improvement was Eugene Buckner and son; Gar Survivors include her hus
Harrison, Associate Agricultural to Lion Edmonson as the food
by the team as a whole since land and Violet Jones, Norlssa :f chairman.A band Zeno C. Mercer, a son, j

,.' the last game. However, to be aconsistent' Engineer, Agricultural Extension Crews, Jinny Harper, Lamar i Chris, and a daughter, Judy, all
winner, much more : Service, University of Flor standing ovation was given
Crews, Kenny Spivey; Henry of Daytona Beach; her mother,
Improvement will have to be j ida, will discuss Irrigation and Joe, Tommy, and Johnny Brat- Lion L. H. Drady for the many Mrs. Nellie B. Newman, Daytona

made with each game. i irrigation systems for blackberries. cher; Mr. and Mrs. Jessie Mead. years he has served as treasurerof Beach; 2 brothers, Don New
I I' Phil Cronkite, Manager, the Club.iJiffy .
did outstanding
Several players an ows; Mrs. J. W. Meadows and man and Arthur Newman, Daytona
State Farmers Market, Starke,
job on defense. Much i sons; Mrs. Lonnie Hart and Beach: 1 sister, Mrs. Ala-
time will be devoted this week I Florida, will discuss "My Ob- children. Fla Edwards of North Carolina.Mrs. .
the offense. If we I servatlons on Marketing Black.berries" I I Food Store
to polishing The Church gives a cordial Mercer was the daughterIn
are to win, we must be able to. The meeting will con invitation to the youth of Bun I law of Mr. and Mrs. Frank
i than touchdown. clude with a question and answer Holds Grand
score more Mercer of Bunnell.
nell to visit the Church, members
be done to i period. All Interested per
work must
i of the church said today.
I sons are invited to attend.Nominations .
the defense.
strengthen I The youth program is held each I IOpening
Bunnell Bulldogs play St. i
Sunday evening from 6:30: to.. FIRST BAPTIST
The Grand Opening for the
of St. Augus
Joseph Academy
Due 1 7:30 m.
Bunnell Oct. p. new Jiffy Food Store, corner of
in Friday,
tine here It was also stated that the I Boulevard and Church CHURCH NEWSThe

1, at the Bunnell stadium at 8 At Club Meeting Church Is entering a contest to street Moody across from the Bunnell morning sermon topic at

p. m. will St. build their Youth Program. At I Post Office, will begin today and the First Baptist Church will be
The "B" team play At the meeting of the Flagler
the e nd of each six weeks there "'
"B" team I run through Friday and Satur 'A Life In Three Lines", The
Joseph Academy's Senior Citizens Club next Tues.
will be other socials. Everyone
day. The store opened for business evening service will begin a
r here in Bunnell Monday night, evening Oct. :5, the nominatIng .
day Is to
Invited to come a friendly
I on Monday morning of this series on the Book of Revelation.
.. .October" 4 at 7:30 p. m.' committee composed of I Church watt,. friendly-! people.. wcek.4a Rev Pinner coated' that many 'Mf
StatisticsBunnell fr.
Walter "Great, chairman, )
I Dunnellon Store, Manager Glenn Jenkins misunderstandings begin in the
Mildred Sargeant and Mrs. Mar.
4 said this Is a convenient typo book on Revelation because its
6 First Downs slateof
jorie Noose will present a
71 WORLDWIDE store opened seven days each meaning Is not understood. The
113 Rushing yardage proposed officers for the 1965-
0 week from 7 a. m. to 11 p. m. lie first sermon will consider the
41 Passing yardage 66 New officers will be
8 and assistant manager Joe White questions: When are the eventsIn
7 Passes attempted elected at this meeting and they
0 I FIRST METHODISTWorld said they will offer fast and Revelation to take place Why
3 Passes completed will assume office Oct. 19.
friendly service to their custom. are such strange descriptions
,.0 Fumbles lost Rev. E. Lester Stanton, chair.
Wide Communion will
3.28 ers. They are offering many opening used' Why did the scroll have
4.33 Punts man, said that all members are
be observed Sunday at elevena.
specials to their custom. writing on both sides?
J 0 Passes Intercepted 2 urged to attend this meetingand m. Worship at the First Meth. I ers this week.M'eat .
15 All are Invited to hear the
65 Penalties participate in the electionof
odist Church. Rev. E. E. Snow,
about a book with
of lcers.
pastor announces that the offerIng -
There will be a potluck supper will go for oversea relief for CarvingIs strange symbols that still

Dove Season I starting at 6 o'clock. Following clothing, medicine and food, speaks to our day.

the business session, there camp activities, through the Explained

t Begins Saturday will be group singing and games Churches near camps and bases, It you follow a few basic SMALL CLAIMS

I to .round out the evening. chaplains work, with services,
principles, meat carving can be
Over The State COURT SESSIONSmall
hospitals and prisons. simple, says Dr. Robert L. Reddish .
.. ,QUARTER BACK CLUB The Senior and Intermediate
Florida Claims Thomas
Florida's dove hunters will meats specialist, Judge
ENJOYS DINNER Youth Fellowships will meet at Extension Service Lenssen entered' the
r take to the field at 12:00 noon Agricultural following
... Saturday, October 2, when the I MEETING MONDAY 6:30: p. m. and the Official Board The first step In good carving Judgements for plaintiffs In recent
will meet at 7:30: p. m. is knife. Don't the court sessions
l first phase of the 1965-66 mlgra- a sharp use :
former' HI Coach
tory hunting season opens statewide t Walt Slade, carving knife for kitchen chores. Sturman vs. F. Arnold, $109.21.
of St.
and School Board member
according to W. B. Cope. When you're! not using It, keep Richardson vs. Glddens, $00.00
land. Chairman. Game and Johns County, was guest' speak. Air Force Recruiter the carving set In Its own box. The schedule for coming sessions .

Fresh Water Fish Commission. er at the Bunnell QuarterbackClub Try to have the roast out of of the Small Claims Court

I Hunting will be allowed everyday meeting Monday night at Notes Pay IncreaseAn the oven 15 mlnutesc before It are on the following Thursdays:

I' from 12:00: noon until sunset the Bunnell Civic Center. goes to the table. This gives the October 7th! October 21st.: No.-
t\ Harris said the
through November 7, except In Captain Coy 11 percent pay hike, which I meat time to firm and makes vember 4th; and November 18th.

I that portion of Franklin County Club will meet' each' Tuesday became effective September 1, Is I carving easier. All sessions are held from 9

r known as Alligator Point. evening during the football sea. at stake for all prior service Don't crowd the platter with a. m. to 12 noon at the Court.

Dove hunters will be allowed son at the Civic, Center and h* men Sgt. Paul H. Crisp, local too much garnishment' The house.
Invites all football fans to meet
a dally bag limit of 12, with a Air Force Recruiter' says. carver needs room to work.
of the
them. lie said most
total possession limit of 24. will be dinner meet.lags. The pay hike came at an opportune Remember that meat Is carved THOMAS A KAHLERT
Hunters must possess valid meetings time for prior service across, not with, the grain.

hunting lIcenses, available from personnel as enllstement' restrictions Slices: should be uniform In PROMOTED IN ROTC

all County Judges. Shotguns for prior servicemenhave thickness. Long steady strokes Cadet Thomas A. Kahlert. the

must be plugged to three-shell SCHOOL OFFICIALS been lifted for prior servicemen of the knife produce smooth on of Mr. Anthony %Y. Kahlertof

, capacity, and rifles are prohibited VISIT NAVY ACADEMYSupt. In 40 rewarding career slices. I' Bunnell. has been promotedto

t for taking migratory birds. Coy G. Harris and Bun fields Sgt. Crisp said.If the rank of Sergeant' First ..

The second phase dove hunting nell' Principal Semen Clifton, one has prior service experience Assuming the same rate of ,Class In the ROTC unit at Cordon .
and would Ilk to consumption and the predicted>
starts November 20 and joined' a group of educators" of Military College.
continues through December 5. Volusla County and flew' by know what your new pay rate U.S. population of 215 millionin Rank In the Cadet Corp at

The third season opens December Navy' Plane to Annapolis last would be Sgt. Crisp can be I960, Florida will have to Gordon Is achieved by academicand

18 and closes January 3.Copeland week for a visit of the Navy reached" by phone 253-0671 or Increase Its vegetable production military progress of the Individual .
said, "There will be I Academy. stop In and see him at 221 E. :30 percent In order to supplythe cadet

strict patrolling on every dove Returning Saturday they Bay St, Daytona Beach. same amount of vegetablesper One of this country's: best

and marsh-hen shooting by both 11 stopped In Washington for a capita as now. known military Institutions,

State and Federal law enforcement I I short sightseeing tour. I A favorite of sport fishermen, Cordon is a six year school with

, officers to see that all regulations 11 a aar .',' Jon the gameflsh called dolphin Is a ,four years preparatory and two

are enforced. We urge the lands of another person I fast-growing specie Dolphins fw rouR years of college. Founded In

all hunters to abide by all huntIng they are guests Respect the weighing less than two pounds 1832. It is an Honor School witha

regulations and to hunt safely owner's rights and property. haw attained a weight of over, Dante: USE Senior ROTC unit operated under .

at all time Hunters shouldremember I Good manners keep down post I SO pounds In one year at Ma WRING YOUR the Department of the Army

that' when they hunt ers which keep you out." neland./ BIRTH MONTH rrorram.Flu .

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inatlon 'of Mr. Dyhrenfurth, the I gish at 29,028 feet, and the pic- Bishop said. NOTICE OF SALE
Geographic To I You are hereby notified that I
expedition leader and chief cinematographer tures took a long time. Too long. "The view was spectacular. To lave levied upon the Interest of

Debut in Color the color motion My fingers also froze badly," I (Continued f page 5) the RAYMON property P hereinafter TUCKER In described and to

picture Is superb-truly worthyof .I_ and a Bale will beheld at the front
door of the Flagler County Court
the earth's superlative moun House In Bunnell, Florida commencing -
Television HourThe tain.' betweeen the hour of 11
o'clock In the forenoon and 2 o'
Society "Americans on Everest" was clock In the afternoon of the 22nd
National Geographic day of October A. D. 1965 of prop-
-pioneer in color photog written by author James Ram BROWN & BROWN INC. erty levied upon by me and hereinafter -
Ullman, a member of the ex described, under Writ of Execution
color sey
raphy made its debut In my hand Issued pure
10 withan pedition, and narrated by Orson suant to that certain Judgment entered *
television on September .
In the Circuit Court for Semi.note
hour-long adventure special, Welles. The film was producedIn County. Florida, on the 27th
association with David L. day of July A. D. 1964. and recorded .
"Americans on Everest"The In Official Records Book 13,
feats of the Wolper Productions, Inc. Page 259 Public Records of Flag
triumphant PHONE NUMBER ler County. Florida.
American Mount Everest Expe Television viewers on September The property to be sold Is the
10 saw the first color motion rea! property situate lying( and
dition rank with, the greatest of being In Flagler County, Florida.

the century. A team of 19 Amer. pictures'ever made atop Everest 437-3394 to-PARCEL wit: ,1
: Beginning at the
leans and one Britisher, led by and on the treacherous high Southeast corner of Section 19,
;ridges where man's mind and Township 13 South. Range 30 East
Norman G. Dyhrenfurth, chal as a point of reference and run

lenged death and danger to put II body deteriorate rapidly without nlng thence South 86 degrees 48
minutes West along the South line
six men and the United States oxygen. of Section 19 a distance of .1\52.09\
Barry C. Bishop, the National feet to a point of Intersection with
Flag on the summit ,of the I the Easterly right-of-way bound

world's loftiest mountain, 29,- Geographic staff member who ary of State Road No. 134 (now-
the five Americansand BUDDY KNOX 66 SERVICE CENTEROn State Road No. 11) thence North
028 feet. was among 2 degrees 24 minutes 30 seconds
one Nepalese Sherpa to ascend West 'along the said Easterly
First Summit Films AlA & N. 4th St., Flagler Beach :J"rl4: boundary of State
Everest recalls the difficulties
National Geographic provided (now State Road No.
team. 11), a distance of 787.21 feet to
funds to the 1963 American experienced by Phone 439-9221 a point of beginning of this description
to mate Luther (Lute) Jerstad and ; thence North 17 degrees
Everest Expedition
Mount 35 minutes 30 seconds East a distance
make a documentary film for I himself: of 334.50 feet: thence North
"The wind and tore 2 degrees 24 minutes 30 seconds
TV so that Americans could whipped M West a distance of I'll feet: thence
at us as we perched precariously South 17 degrees 35 minutes 30
share and take pride in Its ac .
I seconds West a distance of 324.50
on earth's highest pinnacle.The feet to an Intersection with the
compllshments. American flag chattered in 24 HOUR HEAVY DUTY WRECKER SERVICE Easterly right-of-way boundary of
Society President Melville State Road No. 134 (now State
said "Thanks the gusts Itoad No. 11): thence South 3 degrees
Bell Grosvenor ,
24 minutes 30 seconds Ea.talonll'
largely to the skill and determ- "We cut off our oxygen already .-. the said Easterly rtght-of.
low-and set about our way boundary of State Road No.
134 (now State Road No. 11) a dis
tasks. Lute struck his Ice ax into tance of 672 feet to the point of
WANfADS CRAIG FUNERAL HOME beginning of this description. The
the hard snow, anchored a above description Is In accordance

motion picture camera to its with' a survey of a part of the
I SB 14 of Section 19. Township IS
head, and shot the first movies I A. H. CRAIG Funeral DirectorROBERT South. Range 30 East made by ,
Listings under this heading are P. .
!? Surveyor
made from the of the : rnll'ni:
3 cents a word, each insertion. ever top' WORLEY. Associate No. 211, month of May
75 cents Is the minimum charge world. The ax shuddered in the A. D. 194. and bearings referred
to the
are Magnetic Meridian withno
wind. Lute's silk-gloved fingers AIR OXYGEN variation offset AND
to freeze I I I EQUIPPED
began -quite literallyas -
EN set, table and 4 chairs, nice the WH of the SB* of the NW*
And the
he turned the camera's metal AMBULANCES EH of the EH of the
condition. 1 fuel oil drum com SWJU, and the NH of the SWU
crank. EXCEPT the West 11I0 feet there
plete with shut off valve. Phone Phone ID 7-3532 of. Section 36. Township 13

4392093. Sept 30, ltc. View Was Spectacular Rang 29 East AND: The 8H u'l
Lot 27 of Section as, Township IS
"I took a series of still pho 201 E. MOODY BLVD. BUNNELL. FLORIDA South. Range :29 East according
FREE-4 kittens, part Persian, to to a plat of the Dupont Railway

give away, 1 month old. Call tographs. Movements-- are- ---slug.- r rr1yen. r 4PYlol'roo.::: particu Begin

4373144. Minnie Deem 9-30-ltc fling at a point 3.310 feet East of
the section line between Sections
3$ and 35 and 2.$40 feet South of
HOUSE FOR RENT on AlA and t the section line between Sections
38 and 25, being a corner of land.
9th St. Flagler Beach. Mrs. Bpb formerly owned by Charles T.

Noland, Seville, Florida. Phone :' ronfa thence North along Pier
<.0 feet to a point
7492309. 9-23-tf thence East along other lands of
Plerson 330 feet to

. FOR SALE 1 ,ftv .lepce\ upholstered ... NO FROST > South feet to 460 point feet of beginning.hnflnWer.AND 110:

dinette set $25; 1 two Section 1, Township 14 South.
Range 29 East EXCEPT that part
piece living room set $25; 2 up. of said Section 1 lying South and

holstered reed chairs $5 each; 8 with a West which of runs the from graded State county Road road No.

" odd chairs; 5 end tables $1 each. 134 (now State Road No. 11)
rx Northwesterly to the West line of
One 6x9 oval rug with two modernelectric said Section 1. AND: All that
matching $10. Two 9x12 : Part of Section 12. Township 14South
rugs Range 39 East lying North
rush square rugs $10 each. Tom and East of the existing. ; graded
" ..3 county road which runs from said
. Carmody, 7th St. and AlA, Flag. MA + t State Highway No. 134 (now State
9-23-tf t:c Road No. 11) In a Northwesterly
ler Beach.
y direction through said Section 13
and EXCEPT that part of the EH
t, FOR SALE LEASE. OR RENT refrigeratorfreezer- of the EH of said Section 13 ly
ing South and East of the North
t 2-bedroom, Florida room, and westerly rlR ht-of-war line of said
l beach house unfurnlsh- State Road No. 134 (now State
, carport Itoad No. 11) known as the "Perk
II' ed. Hurricane fence encloses .a Ins Highway." EXCEPTING there
.' from lands conveyed to Esther
back yard. Call 4373472. ," Helen Knight and W. E Knight
9.23-10.14 ino-4tc as ro-Executors of the) Estate of
r g& K. K. Knight Deceased by Deed
, i s recorded In Deed Book 13. Page
FOR RENT-1 bedroom duplex : 74. Flagter County records, and
also EXCEPTING lands
furnished apartment. Couple or to Walter E.! Knight and Leona
single reasonable rent Knight by Deed recorded In Official
, person
' Records Hook I Page 521. Flag
.' Phone 437.3304 9-23tf I.PARCEL publl records.
3: The 8W* of See
Ion 17. Township 13
i South
I will redeem at face value a ao Eut.

limited number of trade tokens t of Section 3.:. Township 13 the South.BE U

Issued by Lambert & Moody, 2 BIG APPLIANCES IN ONE lUnr in East
PA RCEt, 4: Lot 1 T and that
Johnson Lumber & Supply Co. WITH 50% MORE FOOD SPACE part of Lot 11 of Dupont Railway

" Price and Son,llarley L. Freeman and Land Company's plat lying
Both spacious zero-cold freezer North and West of the right-of.
c/o Flagler Tribune, Bun. and withoutt way of Dupont Railroad I Section
a refrigerator
**. IS South. Range' 36
t nell, Fla. 9.23lO.21lnc.p; taking up any more floor space :: tTownship

than your old model refrigerator.Seeyoweppliancedealernow.. NO MOREDEFROSTING l'ARC'E14 Development t Block I.
FOR SALE-17 foot plywood MESS '*' John'* l Company
Subdivision In Section 2. Township
i\ boat, cabin, trailer, all electric, IS South Range 39 East accord-
Frost-free in both the fresh-food
Scott PfttCES "nflL1 ln I lat Rook
40-HP 63 Johnson. 30 HP and freezer sections. I. *. public records of Flag
. 45000. Phone 4373750. 9-23-ltp Costs less to operate. ler County, Florida
Five major rate reductions PAItCEL .; Government Lots 13.

I FURNISHED APARTMENT for during the past ten years. 5 1 It< SE'ikSJ11. .nft Section. 39 East". Township

( rent. Phone Harris Appliances 5- -5- Tucker Only in and totsaid lands will r.

4373367. 9-23-tf S 1M' ott..d for sale and sold.
.a. The sale or sales will be at pub-
lie outcry to the
COrs UPHOLSTERY, Bunnell, A A SUPERMARKETICE bidder for cash andwill highest and continue best

Fla Hwy. 11, will pick up and CUBES IN YOUR KITCHEN .from is day.old to or day said until writ said eta rep..rty Es.ecutlon :

deliver all furniture free. For and Judg-me nt satl.A.d.
GALORE Room to stock up onYou'll DATED this flat Tarf
sample material and prices on .' "specials".Saves shopping ber A. 1V Iff J*

labor call 4373673. 7.I.tt ; trips. Saves on leftovers. Signed; i: A. EDMONflOV.
never run rift.tLtlr .
) ::'! And a separate freezerprovde. Sept 33-3 A Oct t.14-eta
short again
SEPTIC TANK cleaning; drain ,, ; .even more -

f fields installed; snail shelL Reasonable t.! storage capacity.

prices. Call George Ja-
Jflanlrr UrlbunrCftSBU
p' roz. ID 7-3410 8.141JOHNST4N'S ,

t : : : FLORIDA .
. call.. a

cheapskate... MILS U & FULLER. E4IUrDwl.va.e4

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LOTS. HOMES, OCEAN FRONT, c Legal AaveetislagEnte.ed


ACREAGE '.; u second class ..at.,.
r.bnarJ' .. Uti. at 111. .
See tu for your real estate needs .. ceder

, Office Phone HE 9-2242 Act-.ta\r.t"lnirt.

Residence Phones ID 7.3691 CTS
,t 0.e ,... $1.35
or ID 7-3517 r L o R i B A POWER I L I S M T CO.'AI' Ita _... :..,..



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I I time. That time is now in March through June. I - I
Time For Fall I planting timeNematode row at planting time is an important "
the fall. Collards seem to de- The first step to planting a I control must be item. These spadngs I"
Gardening Set velop a certain crispness and fall garden is to decide which I done in advance of planting. are outlined in Agricultural Ex.
flavor when they are ready to plants grow best in the particular Young seedlings have little tension Circular 104-D, Vegetable -
Interested In exercise, fresh harvest during periods of light locality, Stephens says. chance of getting started in the Garden Guide, available at
air, and good crisp vegetables frost, says Stephens. Proper planting and transplant. garden unless soil the soil is your county agent's office. Unless
To get all three, grow a fall This is also true for all cool ing dates and the amount of treated with a chemical such as proper spacing is consider.
garden, advises James M. Stephens season crops such cabbage, broccoli each vegetable to be plantedare DD-DEDB or some other nema- ed, plants may tend to become
assistant vegetable crops I cauliflower, lettuce, spin also important factors. Your tocide. spindly and overcrowded or
specialist, Florida Agricultural ach, kale, and turn. is
rutabaga county agent can help you. Fertilization usually the space may not be properly util
Extension Service. ips.And A third of an acre is usually next consideration. For most ized.
While most vegetables cant don' forget, if you wantto sufficient to supply the vegetable garden vegetables a common
planted in the fall, some do have strawberries in the needs of a family of five. analysis fertilizer such as 6.8.8 I Control weeds In your garden.
their best planted at this time spring, plant them in the fall. To prepare the soil for plant- applied in the band on the row Never let them become large.
of the year. Collards are widely The same is true for bulbing I Ing, get rid of the summer vege I at the rate of 1 to 2 pounds for I Hoe them out while they are
known for their ability to grow onions. Onions planted from tation. Spade up the garden plot 100 feet of row will usually suf. small. Watering is another nec
well during most months of the September to December will be early enough so that the vegetation fice. 1 essary chore, done as the need
year. But they really have a ready for harvest the following' has time to rot before Seed and plant spacing in the arises.


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bers and friends felt as though First Baptist Church of Flagler
\ they had visited many lands last Beach enjoyed a musical ban. FLAGLER BEACH
, Wednesday afternoon when Mrs. quet last Saturday. The room
,1 Orville Davis of Orlando and was gaily decorated with bright PRICES GOOD 'QUANTITY RIGHTS
Flagler Beach displayed and colored musical notes. THURSDAY-FRIDAY-SATURDAY RESERVED
talked on many rare and exquisite After everyone had their fill SEPT. 30, OCT. 1, 2, 1965 CLOSED SUNDAYS
sea shells she and her husband of food, we then had our choir Store Hours Monday thru Thursday, 8 a. m. 6 p. m.-Fri. & Sat. 8 a. m 7 p. m.
have collected over the business meeting. After the old
years. She told many interesting I and new business and had been
"', stories about the shells and how discussed, came the election of
' they were acquired. Followingher the 1966 choir officers. Elected
j. talk a question and answer were: President, Mrs. Grace FLORIDA GRADE "A" D & D U. S. CHOICE GRADE BEEF
i session was conducted and those Clay; Vice-president, Dennis WHOLE LEAN BONELESS CHUCK
present enjoyed the shells In Clay; Secretary, Mrs. Barbara
i glass display cases. Stryker; Treasurer, Mrs. May FRYERS Lb. 29 STEW MEAT Lb. 79'
Hostesses for the afternoon Shill; Historian, Miss Marie i
I were Mrs. Reynold Hoover and Fleurie; Librarian, Miss Vicki Limit 3 Please
Mrs. Lester Stanton who used Moore and Miss Eleanor Shill;
the decor of shells in their refreshment Social Chairman, Ed Schatz and
course. Danny Frailey; Music Director,I LEAN WESTERN CORN FED SLICED
Due to the absence of the program Judson P. Stryker, Jr; Pianist, PORK SHOULDER
chairman, Mrs. Jasper, Mrs. Anita; and Publicity Chair. BACON Lb. 79''
t White, the president, Miss Emily man, Buddy Moore. ROAST Lb: 39''
1\ Gage introduced the guest of the We're looking'to another suc
day. cessful year in the choir.
Preceeding the program a By Buddy Moore,
short business meeting was heldto Publicity Chairman. LEAN WESTERN CORN FED ALL MEAT t
1\ discuss the proposal of whether PORK 1 Lb.Pkg. I
or not to accept the Federal FLAGLER BEACH P. T. A. FRANKS 49
Aid Library System at this time.It WILL MEET NEXT TUESDAYThe STEAKS LL. 59
was decided not to accept at Flagler Beach Parent
\ this time but to keep the I proposal Teacher will hold their second PURE CANESUGAR
in mind for a later date. meeting of the year next Tues.
day evening, Oct. 5th in the i
METHODIST CHURCH NEWS school cafetorium from 7:30 to ,
8:30 p. m. Parents of small
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may advantage :
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COMMUNITY MEMORIAL her aunt, Mrs. Sara Sheehan. I
Rev. R. W. Dickert will bring Mr. and Mrs. Clarence M. PINEAPPLE
the third of a series of sermonson Schultz have returned to their
"Birth Pangs of a New Age". home on South Central Avenue JUICE
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BAPTIST HONOR Mr. and Mrs. Benny Black and HOG MAWS Sibs. $1
REV. AND MRS PINNER I Jennie Black were in Orlandoover ,
SUNDAY EVENING the past weekend the guestsof NECK BONES 5 $1
Mrs. D. D. Moody and daugh ,lb..
Rev. and Mrs. Tom Pinner
were honored at a reception and ters.On -
appreciation night party by Sunday morning Mrs. Jennie .
members of the First Baptist Black attended the Florist

Church Sunday evening. The Design School held there. U. S. D. A. CHOICE BEEF SALE
party was held In the Recrea
tion Room of the Church following .
the evening worship hour. Mr. and Mrs. Edward Hawkinsand CHUCK ROAST lb. 49
The refreshment tables were daughters, Tonya and Tru-
beautifully appointed with die, have moved to BImini to
branched silver candlelabras, reside. They formerly resided In
crystal punch bowls, and silver East Palatka, and now are located ROUND STEAK lb. 89
coffee service. The punch table In the Don Moore home In
was overlaid with pink net over BImini. Mrs. Hawkins is the
white and the candlelabra held former Betty Muzyka.On .
pink candles. The coffee table Sunday afternoon they also ALL MEAT STEW lb. 69Lean
was over laid with yellow net Installed officers of the San
over a yellow cloth and yellow Mateo WMU.Dr. .
candles In silver holders, and a
silver coffee service. Allen Reynolds attendeda
table decoratedin Western BOSTON BUTT Red Rose SMOKED (Sliced Free
The gift was two day course at Jeykel Island )
keeping with fall colors anda Ga., on making full den.
beautiful fall floral arrange. I tures. He also visited several PORK
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mentA2c points of historical interest during .
his stay there.
Buddy Barrow of Panama Drummer Boy 6-8 lb. Avg. SLICED FREE
City spent the past weekend
here with his parents, Mr. and Mrs. Clegg Is the president of
Mrs. Claude Barrow. Buddy is Alford the association is vice of president.WMU and Mrs. Smoked PICNICS lb. 39* j
stationed at Tyndall Field there. j1
Another son, AA Donald BarrowIs
Susan Brannam, student at
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Martha Mercer of St. Aug. Andrew Zalewski spent 12 os. I
ustine was here Monday visiting the past weekend in Panama 12 Alum. Can 98 C HERSHEY'S
with her family and also In City. While there she called Mrs.
Daytona Beach with her son and Lizzie Sedessle and learned she SUGAR
daughter, In law, Mr ,and Mrs. was visiting In Ormond. Mrs. Scott County 300 Can
Zeno Mercer. Mrs. Mercer Is seriously Zalewskl said she had a won. For $
ill at the family home in derful sight seeing in that area. TYLE CORN 8 i 5 Bag 27C

Daytona Beach. .
Mrs. Carrie Alford and Mrs. Saxet: CUTGREEN 303 Can Limit 1 with $5.00 or more food order

Visiting here during the past Margaret Clegg were In Palatka BEANS 8 For $ weekend with members of their Thursday evening attending a
families were Mr. and Mrs. WMU banquet at the Calvary DAIRY
Richard Cantrell and Pens Baptist Church Following the SPECIAL -
Knight, Mrs. Lavada Kleffer and banquet they Installed the new SHORTENING Kraft American or Pimento SLICED
Dorothy Kleffer, all of Miami. officers: of t he WMU.

enjoyed On Saturday a dinner the family party at group the BAKE RITE CHEESE 2 ft::: 49* t

home of Mr. and Mrs. Lee Blake- The name of the Sicilian
ly, and on Sunday they were dance, tarantella, Is popularly 3 n 48* FROZEN FOODS -
at the home of Mr. and Mrs. ascribed to the tarantula, the big
Jack Clegg for a luncheon. hairy spider whose bite was Limit 1 with $5.00 or more food order Singleton BREADED
thought to Induce melancholyand
Frankie Hoff of Jacksonville a dancing frenzy. .Some authorities SHRIMP 'AT 690
was a recent visitor here with however, say the dance FRESH PRODUCE ;
her parents, Mr. and Mrs. Roscoe originated In Taranto, on the
Italian mainland.


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Applications RequestedThe 1

City Commission of Bunnell request applications ''"

for general employment in all phases of

City government. Applicants must be bondable.

Applications must be in own handwriting and

submitted at the Office of the City Clerk on or be.

fore 8:00 p. m., October 4, 1965. Phone 437-3227
CITY OF BUNNELL 8:00 a.m-l.00 p.m.

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may beat 20 or 30 times a sec vae, or nymphs, behave as for Its rapidly beating heart pumps Tribune
,Is 5150 A Year In AdvanceRFISOLUTION
Dragonfly ond, and a matchstick-thin, midably in water as the adultsdo I blood into gradually stiffening

streamlined body make the I in the air. Nymphs have a abdomen and wings In a mat.

Is Misnamed dragonfly a superb flier. In large, hinged lower lip which I Iter of hours, usually, the body Imperative WHEREAS that It additional U necessary revenue and

Dragonflies ornament thousands agility, it Is matched only by I' shoots out at lightning speed to ,I I 'and the nymph is a ma- to that be to be railed by General
grab tadpoles and other I j ture dragonfly thing of shim. Levy obtained for the operationand
of lakes and streams in the hummingbird. Flashing up prey.A maintenance of the public free
and down, then zigzagging, a dragonfly nymph sheds its mering beauty on a sunny summer school In Special Tax School Dis
II trict No.
summer, but the glistening creatures I 1 In Flagler County, Flor-
misnomers dragonfly darts through the air skin a dozen or more times as day. ida as created under and by virtueof
are victims of gross the law of the State
of Florida,
and myths. They are at breathtaking speed. It hovers it matures. It may spend from I and this Board estimated that fort*
in the water. The Florida Fruit and the next two year a 10 mill
motionless, its wings a 'rustling one to three years Vege I tax:
not flies, much less dragons.As I 'I on the real and personal property
harmless as it is handsome 'blur, then dashes out of sightIn When fully grown It crawls out I table Association was Incorporated telephone telegraph, and railroads

this agile insect is saddled the wink of an eye. Some' and clings to a twig, reed, or I in 1948 as a non profit cooperative I In the said exclusive district purpose U necessary of operatIng for-

species can fly 60 miles an hour. branch to make Its debut. 1 1I to act in the best in. and maintaining: I the public
with names such free schools In said district.
needle Others migrate hundreds of The nYmph splits its skin and I terest of Florida producers, ship. I THEREFORE BE IT RESOL-

ing as devil's needle darning, bee butcher,, mosquito sew.. miles. I pulls free its soft, damp body. pers, packers, and processors. VED BY of the Flagler Board of County.Public. Flor-Instruction

I I Ida that an election Is hereby
hawk, horse stinger, snake i Head Rotates Freely -- ,r-- I called to be held on the date herein

feeder, and snake doctor. For all its beauty, the,dragon. II i fixed. for the purpose herein Ipeelned. -

Legends say dragonflies sew fly is a fierce predator. Enormous BY BE said IT Board FURTHER that RESOLVED
24 HourWrecker an election
up the mouths of children who eyes cover most of its head, shall be and Is hereby ordered to
the Service be held In Special Tax School Dis
and stitch together
tell lies, which rotates freely, enablingthe trict No. 1. Flagler County Flor

'(oes of barefoot, sleeping fishermen Insect to look in all directions District ida, at the hereinafter voting places In said

especially those who are for prey. The dragonfly the 2nd day of November designated 1965. on at
to fib. The insects are reputed I Flagler Truck & Tractor CO. which election shall be submitted
prone forms its front legs into a bas to the qualified electors qualified
both to feed hungry ket to victims snared to vote In such election residing
scoop up MASSEY.FERGUSON In said District who have paid
death. I(
snakes and sting them to on the wing.Dragonflies. taxes on real o property
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Actually, dragonflies neithersew eat huge numbersof Grove Farm a Industrial Equipment law.In said the following proposition required to-by

nor sting-nor feed any mosquitoes, gnats, and flies VIRGIL DECKER Phone ID 7-3242 wit Determination: of the number of

animal. in both their larval and adult mill of the District School TAX In
Owner Bunnell, Florida Special Tax School District No. 1
Colors are Brilliant stages. Hungry dragonfly lar to be levied for each of the next
succeeding two years for the exclusive -
The dragonfly belongs to the purpose of operating I and
maintaining the public free schoolsof
great insect order Odonata said District the estimated

whose 5,000 species are scattered next mlllage two required yearn being for each 10 mills.of the

the world over wherever. Leaf miners? UK IT FURTHER RESOLVED
BY THIS BOARD that the follow
there is fresh water, the Nation ing places are hereby designatedas
polling places In said District,
al Geographic Society says. I In which said election Is to held:
The iridescent brilliance of the PRECINCT NO. 1 Bunnell-
Court Houiie.PRECINCT.
Insects has attracted men for NO. t Flagler Beach

centuries. Prehistoric New Mexican Municipal Building.
PRECINCT NO. 3 law Creek-
pottery and ancient Oriental Community Building..
PRECINCT NO. 2-A Korona-
paintings depict dragonfles. 4 Church<< Hall.
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Some have bright red bodies PRECINCT NO. 4 St. Johns
Park '
--Community Hall.
with a splash of carmine, or Masonic PRECINCT Temple.NO.4-A.. Dunnell-

blotches of gold and black on iI i PRECINCT NO. S Elpanola-

the wings. On others, the thoraxis CommunltYI) Hall.PRECINCT .
NO. 5-A. AlA Highwav .
grass green and the abdomen --Johnson's Fruit Stand.

bright blue with dark markings.One being The alt foregoing l the election. election precincts precincts In

species has a black body said Special 'Tax School District
Flatter County. Florida.
striped with yellow; its wingsare FURTHER RESOLVED
1t that this Board shall appoint the
touched with gold. persons who are to be Inspectorsand
The dragonfly's cellophane- clerks l for each respective pollIng -
place at which said election I*
thin, transparent wings are .9 to be held, and .shall publish said
names as required by law.
of'veIns.. 'II
with network
'i A large species found in Central that there. shall be prepared: and
: 1 furnished to said Inspector of
and South America has a election for use at said election
the necessary ballot boxes and
Inches. But
wingspread of seven ballot as required by law that
I ., 1. :
p it is a midget compared with ; \ the form of ballot to be used. Inlaid
election shall be
I'r. substantially
a 250,000,000-year-old fossile as follows:

.t dragonfly whose wings measured 4 SPECIAL TAX SCHOOL DISTRICT
more than two feets. COUNTY. FLORIDA HELD ON
J'it : NOVEMBER 2. 19'5.
Two pairs of wings, which ; HALMrT. FOR SCHOOL TAX DIS
.. ... INSTRUCTIONS ..mLn..tE Indlcate ;
l IN roi'llT nv TIIK COUNTYjriHii ,1i1! by marking an "X" In the
:, }..AO....:... COUNTY; space after line 1. whether you
4TATI1 OF KMMUUA. ';H'J ., i favor the proposed mlllage levy
In re the Estate oft which Is necessary for the approved
PHOEBU M. ANDERSON, ... school term. If you favor a dif
Deceased. foment mlllage levy, write the levy
L IN rilOIIATH you favor after line 2.
t I
1 T. All Whom It Mar Concern
Notice Is hereby given that ALBERT 1. Estimated I mlllage levy required
U ANDERSON flied his for regular term (10) mills.t
t' final report as Administrator of the
estate of PHOEBE M. ANDERSON 2. Other mlllage levy
deceasedthat; he filed his petitionfor
Mal discharge and that he BE IT FURTHER RESOLVED
will apply to the Honorable T. K.McKNIGIIT BY said Board that this Resolution
County Judge of Mag- of the calling and holding of said
I ler County. Florida on the 29th election. shall be published once
day of October. 1965tor; approvalof each week for four consecutive
same nnd for final discharge a* weeks In the Flagler Tribune a
Administrator of the estate of FIGHT BACK I newspaper of general circulationthroughout
PIIOICHH M. ANDERSON, deceived the County of Flagler
l On this 29th day of October, 1965. and published In said County, thata
Albert L. Anderson notice specifying the names of
Admlnlatrator of the the Inspectors and clerks of election
estate of PHOEBB M.ANDERSON In said District>> shall be pub
deceaaed. lished once In said newspaper at
First publication Sept. SO, 1916. least ftt ;r'.a.llll.: before the
Sept. SO. Oct. 7, 11. 21. 4tc. holding .

.... ,.. ..T, BY UK said IT Board KURTHKR that the RESOLVED Chairman
and Secretary. of this Board are
HASTINGS MATTRESS Instructed to take all other or further -
steps as may be needful. In
& UPHOLSTRY WORKS WITrlORTHO accordance Resolution Into with effect.law to carry this

710-12 Lemon St. Board PASSED of 'Public n session Instruction by the of

: Palatka. Florida Flagler. County. Florida, at Its
meeting on the 7th day September
Phone EA 5.9166 A. i). ms.

.. Furnltu'X Upholstering Harold ,Emery.cnairmnn .
or the Board of

Made Mattresses Repaired Order.&&Also Box Refinished RenovatedCall Springs DIBROM penetrates the leaf to kill leaf miner larvae-controls adults too! ATTEST ler Public: County Instruction, Florida.<< of Flag

Cor n lUrrli./ Jr.

Laura Morris 437-3233 Minutes after you spray with DIBROM 8 Emulme leaf miners will be dead or Sl'PKRINTKNPKNT SKCHKTART AND TO EXOFFIPIO TilE-


PRICES REASONABLE. dying..even larvae that hare wormed their way into plant tissue.This 'same TION Sept. I*-Oct. ,....U. 4tC.

Just as near as your DIBROM schedule will also dean up worms, aphids and a host of other insects. TO WHOM IT MAT CONCERN-:
Pursuant to Section
Phone or Post Office 112,11. Florida

Drop Us A Card or Call Because of its short residual life DIBROM 8 Emulsire is less harmful to beneficial an Statutes election notice to b*Is held hereby. on Tuesday given of,

Free Pick-up & Delivery Ueteber 12. IMS for the purpose
insects. It's safer than : of electing two (2) supervisors
most .
T r T organic phosp lates. for hailer Soil and Water Conservation
District for terms of four

TEXACO It mixes readily with water, and is compatible with most (.The> years following earn. polling places
will b* election
open on day be-
SERVICE insecticides and fungicides. So if you grow tomatoes, rween 1.1): P.the M.. hours of 9.0e ,A. M. and

ROAD SERVICE Haw Creek. Service Station Haw
t watermelons, peppers, cucumbers) summer squash or Creek ('Gmmunlt,.. Florid
Light Mechanical Work Water Oak Service Station. Blm-

Phone 437-3441 Bunnell ORTHO celery (it's registered for use on 35 crops) fight back tai Flagler Community.Fish Florida.Camp. St. Johns

Park. Florida.
1 against leaf miners this year with ORTHO DIBROM. Flagler County COllraho.... Bun
D'' M nellFlorida.
I pq ...... -- J. J. __ B RO All Qualified electors residing
: within the District shall be eligible
O. F. ALT7ORD "Helping the World Grow Better" to vole. Qualified I electors as used
herein Include thoe persons quail-
Registered fled to vote In general elections
CHEVRON CHEMICAL COMPANY.0Im40 UVUIOH under the constitution and statutes
Real Estate Broker / p.o....TOST.OH**,..*. of Florida who arc landowner
within the district' named above.
L S(. Holllngswprth.
BunnelL Florida I on MX CHIMICM.e...... mOItI...uvno.i icran ss.. ...-**.M._._______ Administrator State Soil
II I Conservation Service
Sept IJ-Jf-lie

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Geographic'sColor I People-to-People Exhibit at the the surroundings. headquarters. ble headquarters building-------.I in '.J .

New York World's Fair, 35-mlll i. The National Geographic Mag matlc action pictures in color. '

imeter slides were enlarged 60 azines has been experimentingwith Before National Geographic 1964, the color laboratory had: <(

LaboratoryIs times their original size into color for 55 In 1910it > *
years. moved Into its new white.mar. only four rooms.the old
panel prints measuring five feet published "Scenes in Korea i
by six feet eight Inches. Every and Japan," a 24.page series .
.. . .. ..
i - --- _- - -- --- - -- -- -- --
that ... . ... . . . .. ... .. ewwFOR
of the National detail was true. was the largest collectionof

Geographic Society's photograph. For another 'exhibit, the color color photographs that had ALL HOURS-DAY OR NIGHT I

ic laboratory has turned technicians laboratory made enlargementsof ever been published in a single I.

Into eavesdroppers. photographs showing the issue of any magazine. AMBULANCE

Taking over tedious darkroom wild chimpanzees being studiedby Color pages soon began appearing PHONE VAlley 4 1625

chores in the Society's new color English biologist Jane Good. regularly in National SERVICE

laboratory, a clock.tImed conveyor all in Tanzania under a Nation. Geographic, transforming the ST AUGUST1NE FLORIDA

immerses film into developer al Geographic grant. Varying magazine into a kind of periodical Never be hesitant about calling a Garcia Ambulance Ware .
drains the film, then movesit light and film conditions in never before known. Its
on to a series of other baths. Tanzanian jungles made the staff started a photo laboratory. always at your service with promptness safety and

The technician in charge of apes' back coats appear every and began working with various I experience.

the huge automatic processor color of the rainbow. But adjustments color processes-Lumlere, Agfa- Equipped With Oxygen Reusitator and Inhalator

does not even need to watch. lie during the printing op. color, Finlay, and Dufay-that

merely keeps an ear turned to eration brought the apes backto I preceded Eastman's 35-milli Garcia Funeral HomeP.

the Intercom. From the sounds their natural color. meter Kodachrome. The adventof

the processor makes, he is in. How Scars Are RemovedA I 35 millimeter removed the E. GARCIA, Licensed Funeral Director

stantly aware of trouble or tiny scratch on film can become shackles from photographers and LADY ASSISTANT

knows when the film is ready. a horrendous scar on an permitted them to make dra- YWWWWVWWO

Gas Propel Chemicals enlarged print. To correct sucha
Technicians no longer have to gouge, t he laboratory technician .
pour chemicals by hand. Solu. immerses the film in a sll- OHCtl. Ct 'F oe A V>lNAND POP MAC SO LITT[ THINKS SO MUCH, THIN MOW COMINOO
tions automatically feed into the scone solution that refracts lightto SHOW orr cxx wlras COT so
baths from storage drums in an the same degree as the original .

adjacent room. The pressure of film. To remove a small KRANTZ ,

nitrogen gas in the storage spot, a technician touches it I MOTORS re
drums pushes the solution with black dye, applied with a

through connecting tubes. NI. brush made of fine sable hair. .

trogen is used Instead of air because The black spot on the color negative .

It does not react with the results in a light dot on

chemicals. the positive. This can then be ...
Automatic machinery performs tinted with a color dye to match

routine tasks better than peoplecan -

says Milton A. Ford, supervisor \
of the color photographysection. ,

"A human being has a tendency To' America

to make occasional mistakes ,k. :'

," he explains. "The ma. '
I >
chine keeps the process uniform 'J': with loge

thus we have better control of \ _,,
the operation. Meanwhile the r 'r

highly skilled technicians is free fa The 1966Chrysler .

to do what he's trained to do. \

He doesn't have to spend val.
uable time draining film and .
watching a clock." .

The Society's color specialists

process Dim, enlarge transparen
cies, and produce prints-some- Could be we're getting too emotional. But it seats, for example. It's almost as if they had

times in spectacular size. For the .. Isn't very often you get a chance to follow an been custom fitted for you.

all.time sales record year with a new Chrysler One thing we didn't even think about changing.like .

I*KVTII!THR OICIAI.CIRCUIT coi niiciiiT.'HT, EV-ifAND this one. I It has to do with money. Five of our Newport models

KMIRIDA roil KLAULKIl COUNTY Sure, our '65 was great. But the '66 is (real Chryslers not junior editions) are priced

I f'lUU'V.IIY XOTItK! HY NO.PIHIICATIO 811 IXM'lT even better. just a few dollars a month more than the most

TROT LEWIS FOIL UIVOIICK It looks better. Moves quicker. It's got a popular smaller cars with the samo equipment. This

ruintlff.".. beautiful new front end and a very dramatic includes features like power steering, power brakes,

EMMA LEWIS.VPlend&nL new rear. a 383 cubic Inch V-8, automatic transmission, radio

TO: Mr.. Emma lAwle. It's got a bigger and more zesty group of V-8 and many standard items like safety door'' handles
401 Glass tit reeLTJrt'.Hr
.*. n.orfU. engines. From a 383 cubic incher to a 440 TNT and seat belts.
a 1)111 of Cfti.raln for Dl- with twin exhausts and twin snorkels. (A "snorkel" Move up to Chrysler. it's getting easier by the
Tore has been you
and you are required to err. a is an air intake horn for the carburetor does great minute.
copy of your Answer or pleadingto
the Dill of Complaint nn the things for performance.)
1 attorney JOSEPH W.
HATCH ETT. (14 Mouth Campbell The interiors all up and down the line are more
Street., Daytona Florid. CHRYSLER
and file the I< I'leadln In the office of the Cleric
of the Circuit Court on or before
the 10th of October. IMS. If
you fall to ado o. judgment by default
will be taken against you for
the relief demanded nth. Dill of \.
Complaint.PONK ,
AND ORDERED at Bun- Ij< ; "
nell Florid this llth day of
September IMS.
E. A. flmjrth. Clerk
Circuit (Court FlagierCounty
ny Julia U. lIa.e),

JOSEPH W. JlATrll..r.r;.. Clerk.
.14 South Campbell Street
Ualonauh.. Florida.
Attorney for llalntlff
Bept. 10. Oct. T. 1/. U. 4te.I .

TIIK ...Rr."IT (COl'ET n1EV.ETll .
JIUHIAI. (IKCt IT. IV rsugs die
A"1t roil rLAUI.KH tOIVTir,
rUIR..... Kmmr vn. iLrnlda "
Itlch Itackworth.I'talntlff.
Carson Ilackworth.Defendant..
You ar* hereby>> inquired to Ale
your Answer or other responsive
pleadings to the Complaint In the
bore entitled cause In the once
of K. A. HMTTHK. Clerk of the ,
above ttyled at the Court
..r..o..ro d and to
er e a oa PUIatlfftollcltor.
.tr.b.rt.\A I. Jr..
whose address le lit MMMI A.. .y
e.g.. Daytona IUh. Florida on
or before the ITth October
A. D. Mi.. the ntnr roi'this suit
U a suit for dlvorr
IIERK1V rAIL NOT or a Deere
Pro Confemo will b. entered On Thursday.
against you for said foliar display! --O I
The FUcler Tribunes -
sated aa tb* .ew.pp.r In whtth
ibis N, once ). to b* published one

WITNEWI week for four My Hand(1) week and ee1 at /uss...ass Sc.tr S c-.........,....lie w........Se Cs. n....NCo U Wee......'
the Courthouse In Uunn.ll Flag.
Ur County Florida this the Ilet
day of (September. A. I). 141
Official Seal) ... A. HMTTHE.,

Clerk 12 Ylagier, J.II.Circuit County Deputy It. Court i arvey.Florid.Clerk. U.S. Highway 1 South KRANTZ MOTORS INC.e ell, a

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Agriculture School Top Cattlemen the and emergency.You all ethers. helping out in Machine To Test known The amount because of that's'acid the must way be

Record EnrollmentGreater The Pace may wonder why all to tell if the "fruit is mature
Setting Orange
agencies should not be able to enough to sell and what it's

opportunities for high. For ProductionTop function in an emergency as a tltrator Good ques. grade. is."
er paying jobs in Florida agriculture well as during normal times. tion. The machine-called the Sar-
have pushed enrollmentin cattlemen are setting the Holmes says that experiencehas It's an electronic device used gent-Malmstead Automatic Po
the College of Agriculturepast pace for future beef productionIn shown that emergencieshave by scientists at the Citrus Experiment I tentiometer-uses electrodes on
the 500 mark-the highestin Florida. little that is normal, so Station at Lake Alfredto the Juice which are connectedto

University of Florida history. During the past several years, some one must coordinate all find better ways of testing sensitive electronic equip.
Now numbering 532, agricultural the state has increased its pro. efforts to save lives and minimize fruit for acidity. ment. A meter connected to
students have Increased ata duction of beef ,from 40 to 50 damage to property. Working on the project is J. G. the system Is calibrated to read
faster rate than the entire pounds per acre. Many alreadyare Just what does Civil Defensedo Blair, associate station mechani. directly the percentage of acid.
university enrollment. producing 200-500 pounds of when a hurricane due to cal engineer. I The inspector can also push
hit an area? It first acts to
Agricultural enrollment Is up beef on an acre. This means What will it do? It will make I a button and have a printed
11 per cent over last year and that Florida has a "potential"to see that the community is fully possible for state citrus inspectors record of the machine's findings.
60 per cent over 1959. Dean Increase its beef productionfour informed and then advises appropriate ; to measure a quantity of i The two chief reasons for
Marvin A. Brooker, reports. He to ten times if the averagecan agencies to evacuate: juice, by lacing it In the device :working on such a machine Is
attributes the increase to an In. be brought up to what the certain danger areas. It helps pushing a button and reading I i!to stop human error and to free
flux of junior college transfersand top few are now doing. I to set up protected shelters for i the acid percentage of the fruit. J i'.the Inspector to do other things
I people evacuated and helps in while the titration test is
greater demand for graduate According to Dr. T. J. Cunha, making these shelters function. The present way of finding I, going
level In training in agricultural chairman of the Animal Science al. the same thing, and it's quickertoo on.The
sciences.A :Dept. of the University of Flor is by measuring out aj J tltrator is the last of a
huge to
"farm background" Is no ida and animal nutritionist with quantity of Juice, adding an: program make citrus
longer essential to training for the state's agricultural experiment The frogfish at Marlneland alkaline solution and measuring I inspection completely "auto
I mated"
I. and to eliminate all
careers in agriculture. Agricul stations, Florida has "no dangles a leaf like flap of skin the amount needed to make
ture's scientific and business : alternative" but to produce more from a slender filament on top the juice start changing color.I possibility of human error.

orlnentatlon have brought high I and better quality beef per acre of its head. This serves as bait The final step is to determine Subscribe for Th Plaglw tribune
school and junior college gradu as It's costing more to buy the to attract small edible fish. the acid percentage from a chart. SUO A Tear Ir Advance
ates from urban areas into the land and higher taxes to keep It. ---- -- -
picture, Brooker added. Dr. Cunha says at the first of

Enrollment in the School Forestry the year, the state had 1,607,000beef
also hit an all-time high cattle, an Increase of 158
with an increase of almost 50 000 over comparable 19& figure.

per cent over last year, according According to predictions set
to Director John L. Gray. forth by the DARE Committeeof
"We've been very concerned the Institute of Food and Ag.
about developing enough well. ricultural Sciences, headed by
trained manpower to serve the by E. T York, Jr, provost, beef 0 0
needs of Florida's dynamic and cattle numbers in Florida by 1
growing agriculture," InsistedDr. 1975 will be about 2,124,000. 0o

E. T. York, Jr., provost of the Dr. Cunha says "Florida was
institute of food and agricultural producing only better than one e
sciences. per cent of the beef consumedin
'the nation In 1963. If the state
"With the we've
progress doubles production by 1975, we'll
made in these past few ,
years Xr.11ta
still be producing less than 1.5
we are well on our way toward
per cent of the national con J
more adequately meeting those sumption." _
needs," York concluded.
"It shows that Florida can
double and Increase its beef pro.
Eskimos in the Canadian Arc.
duction many times without af
tic are so fond of dogs that they
fecting the total beef pictureto
give their pets the names o de "
any great extent, he said.
<0.:00: family members Moreover, Florida will still be fC'.S
I producing only about 20 percentof
the high quality beef It con.
CommunittrMemorial sumes by 1975. s
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Church There's plenty of opportunityand = :
Incentive to increase beef w
1 te ede.oml.at1o.a1AIR CONDITIONED production in the state. 2'

Dayton AT*.

il FLAGLER BEACH Civil Defense

A Sunday School 10:00 A.M.

I. Church Service 11:00 A.M. And HurricanesHow : iL

It. w DICKERT, Pastor does Civil Defense fit into wa ..----,'--.
i RVKHYOXH WELCOME I the hurricane picture

It r..........' ........... Civil Defense Is nothing more
iI ii than government in action dur. ]

I MILLER- ing an emergency, says Elwyn I
S. Holmes, rural civil defense
; ELECTRONICS coordinator, Florida Agricultural

nee Ocean Shore Bird. Extension Service.
t Normal government is still in

REPAIRS ON TV'S control, but there is a staff NEW CHEVROLET
; WASHERSDRYERS trained for emergency action \
who gives guidance In an emerge -

ency situation. These workersare WORKPOWER IS HERE !
l: Sail Collect 672-0377 trained to cope with natural
or nuclear disasters. The Civil
ALL WORK GUARANTEED .I Defense purpose is to coordinate

J efforts of fire, police, Red Cross
: BUNNELL HIGH SCHOOL The all.new Series 70000 and 80000
models are here-the biggest Cheviesever
CHEVROLET built out to do the biggest jobs
Varsity 1965 Football Schedule any Chevrolet trucks have ever done'
1 They're ready to cut costs with new V6

/ Oct. 1 ........................st. Joseph ...........................Home gasoline engines, new V6 and V8 diesels.
They offer, 92 cab that's

Oct. 8 ........................ Baldwin ......................._...Home the best yet fosowornew efficiency, new
t higher capacity frames and axles and
x Oct. 15 ..._..................... D & B ...........................Away r- .. a high 65,0001b. GCW rating.

Oct. 22 ......._....:.Florida Air Academy ...............Home -' a KW l ucir-euTV WMXTCWU
The most widely used of all truck enginesthe
x Oct. 29 ..................., Father Lopez ..._......_......Away t .. \ famous Chevy light.duty Six is built
for bigger things in '66 with a big new
Nov. 5..................Keystone Heights......................Home 25O-cubic.lnch design. It's the standard

x Nov. 12 ..........._......_...Hastings......._.............._...Away power plant in most light.duty models.
Also, users of H-ton models can now

x Nov. 19 .......................Callahan ......._......_.._... Away specify a big 327-cubic.inch V8-tha
Here'slow-cost Chevy-Van-economy champ most powerful engine ever offered in a
\ 1965 "B" Team ScheduleSt. of Chevrolet's long strong covered delivery M.ton Chevy truck. See the new Chevies
truck line. now, at your Chevrolet dealer's.

Joseph ......._...........October 4..........._.._...Home ((7:30) Telephone year Chevrolet dealer about toy type of truck.
Hastings................... October 11 ......._.._.._Home ((7:30)D 00-1065<<

& B ......._......_......October 18 ......._......_Home ((7:30)

f Crescent City ..._....... October 25 ..._.._.......There ((7:30)

Hastings ......._.....__... November 1 ....__.__.There ((7:30)

,I Crescent City :........... November 8 .._..._.._.Home ((7:30) 200 S. STATE BUNNEU, FLORIDA PHONE 4373131r.

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