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Title: The Flagler tribune
Physical Description: Newspaper
Language: English
Publisher: s.n.
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Place of Publication: Bunnell Fla
Creation Date: October 7, 1965
Publication Date: -1981
Frequency: weekly
regular
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Subjects / Keywords: Newspapers -- Bunnell (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Flagler County (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
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Spatial Coverage: United States -- Florida -- Flagler -- Bunnell
Coordinates: 29.4675 x -81.256944 ( Place of Publication )
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Dates or Sequential Designation: Began in 1917?
Dates or Sequential Designation: -69th year, no. 36 (Sept. 3, 1981).
General Note: Mrs. M.B. Fuller, editor.
General Note: Description based on: Vol. 43, no. 20 (June 2, 1955).
Funding: Funded by NEH in support of the National Digital Newspaper Project (NDNP), NEH Award Number: PJ-50006-05
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Preceded by: St. Johns tribune
Succeeded by: Palm Coast news
Succeeded by: Flagler/Palm Coast news-tribune

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__53, NO. 40 BUNNELL, FLORIDA, THURSDAY, OCT. 7, 1965 $2.50 A YEAR .


Bunnell -Motor Co. i CHRISTMAS George Wickline THE JOHN RICES I Florida Education ,

PACKAGESFOR WILL HOST THE

Sponsors Punt Kick :ABROAD Re-elected State SHRINE CLUBThe Area V-B Meeting .


And Pass ProgramThe Postmaster Ray, Mercer said Assn. DirectorThe Flagler County Shrine In Palatka MondayFlorida

Christmas Parcel Post Packages Club will meet at the home of
1965 punt kick and pass annual meeting in Miamiof Education Area V-B
for overseas should be preparedsoon. :Mr. and Mrs. John Rice Artesla
program sponsored by the Bun. the Florida State Associationof meeting for Putnam and Fiagler
Surface and air parcels Park on North AlA on Thursday
nell Motor Company will hold County Commissioners Sept. Counties will be October 11 In
I!mailed not later than the dates October 14, at 7:30 p. m.
its football clinic Saturday, Oct. j 26.29 was the largest in the or. 'the Palatka Civic Center, President
shown below should normally The Rices are planning a fish
I I|
9th at the Bulldog Stadium. I ganization's 36 year history with Averely Brown said today -
reach the. addressee before fry with "all the trlmmlns" for
I Ii
Coach Roy Bayliss and Jack 503 officials and guests from 67 S
I Christmas: t the Shrlners and their ladles.
Hardin, will 'be in charge of the counties. i Other officers of the area a
Surface Air I All Shrlners are Invited. I I
clinic, beginning at 9 a. m. All South and Cen Business and social sessions are: Vice-president, W.W. Wentz
boys must register at the Bun. I were at the Fontainebleau Hotel and Secretary Mrs. Emma Mur
tral America Nov. 10 Dee. 10
nell Motor Company's show Miami Beach. Entertain. I ray.
Nov. 10 Dec. 15 I
room. Boys 8 thru 13 will receive Africa Europe Nov. 1 Dec 10 ment by the host MetropolitanDade Central Avenue Kermit D. Harris, Director of
pins. and winners will receive County, Included visits to I Florida Teachers' retirement
Near East Nov. 1 Dec. 10
helmets, football jackets and Far East Oct 15 Dec. 10 other areas In Greater Miami. ReLocationIs i System will be available to discuss
footballs., Executive Secretary E. R. 'I Individual problems on retirement -
Boys and parents can be winners In anticipation of the increased jHafner, Tallahassee announced
Approved
mailing of parcel post packages
and be guests of the NFL I,that the commissioners' next Cecil Golden. Coordinator of

Area Champions in Dallas on to other countries for Into the (mid-year) meeting will be at The Board of County Commissioners Certification, State Departmentof

Saturday, December 1i to decide consideration holiday season the and normal taking length 'I the. Blltmore Hotel In Palm approved the plan to relocate Education will be available _

the six eastern division champ THSvbatea-lthnt shrd mh bm the South Central Avenue for Individual consultation on
Inspection
of time In customs
transit
Beach in March. The Sept. 11-15 certification questions, Mr.
ions. formalities I t I south of The Flagler Beach State
other
and
Leslie Pache and James Whit. j, 1966 annual meeting will be at Park to comply with the request Brown said. 'I

taker are both directors ,of the that parcels may be subjectedto destination I,the Diplomat Hotel Hallandale. with E. H. Threadgil. The relo Mrs. Murray win conduct the
In the countries of
program. be Retiring officers of the association cation of the avenue from the devotional at 9:15. Howard Carson I
It is suggested plans
I. were President, Rudy Rodriguez south city limits of Flagler Bunnell School Bandmaster
made to follow the above sched
I Tampa;r Vice President, Beach was requested to work in will be In charge of enter- I
St.
Joseph Nips ule. I Sidney Martin, Hawthorne; Sec. with the plans for a develop talnment.A Joint welcome will I

i I retary-Treasurer, B. Q. Waddell, ment around a proposed 9 holegolf be by Supt. W. M. Thomas of
Bunnell In 6-0 Supervisors I Vero i Beach; Chaplain E. M. course. The avenue will be Putnam County School and Supt.

Fowler Santa Rosa; Sergeant-at- 250 feet west of the west bound- Coy G/ Harris of Flagler County

Tilt Friday Election TuesdayThe I I ars, George E. Wlcklne, Flagler ry of the AlA right of way Schools.At .

St. Joseph ,Academy scored in i: Beoch; Parliamentarian Bruce J. The Board also voted to buy eleven o'clock Dr. William
Flagler Soil and Water I Scott, Fort Myers. Maloy, associate Professor of Administration .
the first quarted and held on to I l the Sheriffs car In accordancewith
Conservation District supervisor Election of 1965-66 officers and supervision,
beat the Bunnell Bulldogs last I the 1963 act of the ..lerl..a.ture.
60. election will be held on Tuesday elevated Martin to the presidency School of Education, Florida

Friday Bunnell night moved Inside the St. October 12, 1965. and Waddell to post of TheBoard also Instructed At. State University, will bring an

St. Augustine teams 15 yard Polls will remain open from vice president Wllmont "Pete" torney Billy Wadsworth to secure address to those in attendance '

line twice once marching 70 8 a. m. to 5. p. m. Eligible voters. Edwards of Panama City, Bay an offer for twenty acres There will also be the election
may vote at any one of the following County, was elected Secretary- of officers for the 1966-67
yards in one drive, ,but could not from Lehlgh to be used as a year.
places: Court House, Treasurer. Chaplain, Sergeant-
punch in for a touchdown.St. J shell pit.
Bunnell; Water Oak Service and Parliamentarian
Joseph AadftDYVas helped alarms The resignation of Al Zamba

"'by recovering''a fumble on 1:Service Station Station BImlnl Haw; Haw Creek Creek and ,,'
the Bunnell 40 yard line In its Board was accepted. The grocery
first period scoring drive. Line Flagler Fish Camp St. Johns Among the directors elected bid from Brannams's Food Mar.
Teters As StreetSuperintendent
t cracks carried to the 30 and a Park.A was George Wickline of Flagler ket was accepted for the month.
call qualified voter Is any prop Beach. Mr. Wickline was also
Interference
15 yard pass
,ert c' owner' (no matter how appointed by the new President
advanced the ball to the 15. The
small) who. is otherwise registered as Sergeant-at-arma, beginninghis
St. Joseph Academy touchdown Credit Union Commissioners of Bunnell
and eligible to vote In tenth year.SUNDAY- City
came on a three yard off tackle I other elections.The employed Miller Teters as the

, I slant my Quarterback Webb. folllowing four landown Study Set By Street Superintendent. He replaces
for the extra point was SERVICES !
The try i:ers have been nominated to Wilfred Hunter who Is
, again blocked by Jack Knight I elect two supervisors for four FIRST METHODIST School BoardAt now employed with the County

St. Joseph Bunnell I!year terms. They are listed In .The Way To A Spiritual Sheriff Department as Deputy.Mr. .
10 First Downs 9 the order that they appear on Awakening" will be the sermon the school board meeting Teters was formerly employed

1&5 Rushing Yardage s.a the ballot: subject of Rev. E. E. Snow, pas Tuesday morning establishment with Lehlgh Portland
o Passing Yardage 63 I'I Hlgginbotham, Clifford G. tor at the eleven o'clock Wor of a Credit Union In which Cement Co. He began work on

'\ 3-0 PaNes attcomp 15.7 Kinney, Walton J. ship. Scripture Text will be 2 personnel may participate was Tuesday morning with the City.

0 Passes Intercepted 0 I Pelllcer, J. B. Chronicles 7: 14 "If my people discussed. County Supt. Coy G. The Commissioner discussed

I 0 Fumbles Lost 2 I t Robertson, Lloyd O. which are called by name shall Harris said he has called a the water treatment plant with

. '.28 Punta 2-40 The present district officials' humble themselves and pray countywide meeting on the sub the engineer Mr. Dawkins. They

In order to win a team must urge each qualified voted to and turn from their wicked ject today, the meeting to be have set a tentative date of De.

score. The coaching staff is I I make a special effort to get to ways then will I hear from held In the Bunnell High School camber 7 as the straw ballot on

much concerned by the offensive one of the voting places on Heaven and will forgive their cafeteria. the treatment plant. During the
play of the Bunnell Bull. I Tuesday and cut your ballot sin and heal their land". The biennial election In Special next several weeks Information

dogs. Fundamentals will be the I I for your choice. All property Sunday School will meet at Tax School District Two on the proposed plant will be

first order of business this week I owners no matter how small has 9:45 a. m. with Mrs. Doris Tucker will be held Tuesday, November published to famllarUe the citizens .

, on the practice field. a 'stake In the CONSERVATION Supt. and Ray Mercer In 2, and the board urges property ( with the cost of the plant.

Several plays will be drawn PROGRAM and In this way he. charge of the Devotional. owners (only freeholders may They will also hold a public

up and practiced during this can have a part In electing the. Senior Youth Fellowship and vote) to work and vote for the hearing on the subject

week in an effort to improve the district officials, and therefore I Intermediate Youth Fellowship recommended 10-mill levy which At the Commission meeting on

offensive play. feel that he is a part of the local will meet at 6:30: p. m. Mrs. has been the amount taxpayershave October 18 they will accept applications

The coaching staff is pleased j I conservation effort. Becky Clegg and Ray Mercer assessed themselves for for a city policemanto

with the pass defense up to this Lets turn out and make this will be Counselors for the In. many yean.It replace Spencer White who

point of the season. a record vote for the Flagler termedlate group and Lee Mercer was announced that JohnD. resigned.

Harry Bullock. Jack Knight Soil and Water Conservation and the pastor will meet Perryman has been namedas
e and Fred Harris played their District! with the Seniors. a member of the Daytona
usual fine game on defense. Beach Junior College Board from FUNERAL SERVICE

F The Bunnell Bulldogs play the FIRST BAPTIST CITY WATER IS Flagler County, replacing II. T. FOR GEORGE WILCOX
Baldwin Indians here In Cook who did not wish to servo
:. nell Friday night October aun'l CHURCH SERVICES INSTALLED IN because of business reasons. Funeral service were held

8 p. m. Bunnell stadium. Rev Tom Pinner of the First STATE PARKThe Supt. Harris said that authorities !* yesterday In Jacksonville for

. Baldwin will be seeking Its Baptist Church said his topic for Flagler Beach State Park I in Washington D.C. had George" Wilcox a former residentof

21st straight win Friday against 'Sunday morning will be "The is this week acquiring the installation given the board until September Flagler Beach. Ha died at his

Bunnell. The last time Baldwin Tenth Commandment", I of City water. Park 77 to submit a satisfactory planof home there Monday afternoon.He .

1, lost a game was when Jlunnetl The Sunday evening will con Advisory Board Chairman George desegregation In compliancewith was 92: years of age.

beat them 19-6 in Bunnell in tinue the study of Jte.Wlatton.1 Moody said today. the 1901 civil rights law Survivor Include a daughter

1963. The Coaching Staff hopes This week the study Work on the development of but Harris had obtained a post Mrs. Claude Massey of Pomona

the boys will realize they are with the 6th and 7th chapters' the park is progressing and It is pone of two weeks and a plan Park. Also several grand children

, facing a strong team and come I land' will consider the question.'. expected the progress of the de will be submitted. and great grand children.

. with superb effort. I how I do you Interpret the seals? veloptntnt ,wlll be stepped up In I
The Bunnell "V team plays Who are the born horsemen the near future. Certain young animals play Most specie of sharks bear

Hasting here In Bunnell Monday Who are the hundred and forty. game that are favorites with living young, called pup The

...' night October 11, at 7:30. 'four thousand mentioned In The English phrase -fti/ftths" children. Lambs and gibbons hark pup 1 fa completely on Its
t chapter 7? means full ownership of a boatIt like to play "follow the leader. own from the moment of birth.

C Florida produces &4 percent of All are Invited to attend the. applies equally to a rowboat Young otters and deer enjoy being totally Ignored by the

. the world's grapefruit and 23 study of this book. ,Rev. Pinner or liner the site of the Quell I"hide and seek." Badger pre mother according to Ichthyologists

percent' of the world's oranges. stated EJhabtUI. fer Icing of the castle. at Marineland.








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PAGE TWO liE: FLAGLKR TRIBUNE, .BUNNELL, FLORIDA Thursday, Oct. 7, 1965

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will meet during the Field Day. ly; soybean forage may be i er raw or as oilmeal, may make NOTICE OF SALE .
IOth Annual Swine You
used as hay, green chop, pastureor I I up all 'of the high-protein: of have levied are hereby upon the notified Interest that of I

Field Oct. 8 Are silage; and,_soybeans, wheth-i! dairy cattle feeds. the RAYMON property F. hereinafter TUCKER In describedand and to
Day Soybeans r._ a sale will be held at the front
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door of the Flagler County Court

More than 250 swine producers I' Good Feed For House in betweeen Bunnell the Florida hours, of commencing 11-

and industry representatives will j o'clock in the forenoon and 2 o'
I clock In the afternoon of the 22nd
tour the University of Florida's !j Cattle day of October A. D. 1965, of prop-
new swine facilities during the Dairy BROWN & BROWN INC. "erty levied described upon, under by me Writ and hereinafter of Ex-

10th Annual Swine Field Day, I Raw soybeans are at least as teutlon In my hands Issued pursuant -
I to that certain Judgment entered -
October 8.Experiment. good a feed for dairy cattle as INSURANCE I in the Circuit Court for Semi.note .
County Florida, on the 27th
Stations DirectorDr. I they are for beef cattle, though day of July A. !). 1964, and recorded
J. R. Beckenbach will welcome they are not suitable for hogs. In Omclal{ Records Book 13,
Page 259 i'ubllc Records of Flag
the producers and repre I During the past two years, the OUR PHONE NUMBER IS ler The County, Florida.
property to be sold is the
sentatives to the
campus. experimental herd at the Florida rea! property situate, lying and
Sponsored by the Florida Agricultural I' Agricultural Experiment 437-3394 to-wlt being :In Flagler County. Florida,

Extension Service, in Stations Dairy Research Unit PARCEL 1: Beginning at the

cooperation with the University's (DRU) was fed coarsely ground, Southeast Township 13 corner South. of Range Section 30 East 19,,

Animal Science Department, the whole raw soybeans. No extra as a point of reference and running -

program will feature a panel vitamin A was needed, no harmful '- minutes thence West South along 88 the degrees South line 45

discussion on hog marketing effects were noted In the of feet Section to a point 19 a of distance Intersection of 2.65209 with

problems. Dr. T. J. Cunha, chairman "cows and milk had no undesirable the Easterly right-of-way bound
ary of State Road No. 134 (
of animal science, will flavor.Dr. BUDDY KNOX 66SERVICE CENTEROn State Road No. 11), thence North now

moderate the panel.Dr. J. M. Wing, associate Stations 2 West degrees along 24 the minutes said 30 Easterly seconds

R. L. Reddish, Dr. J. W. dairy husbandman connected right-of-way boundary of State
AlA & N. 4th St. Flagler Beach :
Road No. 134 (now State Road
No.
Wallace '
Carpenter, and Dr. H. D. with the soybean study 11), a distance of 7(7.21 to
will demonstrate the influence made 11 -. a point of beginning of Ttd
says soybeans up percent
Phone 439-9221 scription; thence North (7 degrees
of protein level on carcass- of the concentrate fed dur 35 minutes SO seconds East, a dis
tance of 3t.50 feet; thence North
quality. ing the two years. 2 degrees 24 minutes SO seconds
Kenneth L. Durrance, animal : As a dairy feed, the extra oil M West South_a 37 distance degrees of (72 feet; thence
t SO
husbandman, will report on the makes up for the lower protein ; seconds West a I.nc-I: of 324.50

new Swine Evaluation Center at content. lifgh-fat rations are Easterly feet to) an/ Intersection with the
24 HOUR HEAVY DUTY WRECKER SERVICE r/g ht-of-way boundary of
Live Oak. J. R. Woodward, Extension suitable for dairy cattle becauseof State Road No. 134 (now State
Road No. 11)y thence South 2 degrees -
animal specialist, North the large output af milk fat. 24 minutes 30 seconds East

Carolina State College, Releigh, The UF scientist feels some of -- .--. along way boundary the said of Easterly State Road right-of-No.
will discuss research at North the following recommendations 134 (now State Road No. 11) a dis
tance of (72 feet
to the point of
Carolina's Swine Testing Station can be made as a result of in beginning of this description. The

: formation obtained from the CRAIG FUNERAL HOME above with a description survey of Is a In part accordance of the

Clifford Alston, Extension Florida Station and other stations \ sE4 of Section 19, Township 13

economist, farm management, around the country. I A. H. CRAIG. ,Funeral Director South.I). P. Moody Range Registered 30 East made Surveyor by

will show how to keep No. 2(1. during the month of May.
producers Whole beans may replace soybean ,ROBERT WORLEY. Associate A. P. 1946. and bearings referred
records for swine business analysis. oilmeal or other high-pro to are the Magnetic Meridian with

tein concentrates on a pound-fo r AIR LADY % OXYGEN EVi no variation and the 8%offset of the AND SW 4 The and

The State Swine AssociationWANT pound basis; soybeans should I CONDITIONEDCHAPEL I ATTENDANT I EQUIPPED and the WH the of E%the of SEU the of Ktt the{ of NW the!

not be used in rations contain AMBULANCES SW%, and the N% of the SWA
EXCEPT th) West cao
feet thereof
ing urea as they have an enzy ct Township IS South-,
ADS me which causes urea to breakdown Phone ID 73532n Lot Range 27 39 of nE't.Section AND 36.:Township The SH IS of

too quickly; changes i South Range 29 East, according
201 E. MOODY BLVD. BUNNELL. FLORIDA to a plat of the Dupont
Listings under this heading: axe soybeans should be made slow ... and Land Company) more Railway particu
3 cents a word, each Insertion lady described as follows: Begins
75 cents 1.1 the minimum charge -_ fling the at a point 2.310 feet East of
section line between Sections
38 and 35 and 3,140 feet South
of
FOR SALE Completelsk it
na g the section line between Section.
rink, tent and skates. Phone \ 38 and 35, being a corner of lands

j Emil Mizanin, 4373202. tZ 1 "ft llneless! :formerly' ronfa thence owned North by Charles Pier-T.
>7!' (to feet ;lonaa-
dfft1""*" : point'thence
10.7-ltp "w, tnr. electric'cooking East along other lands of
\tl
"y'j t oS Plerson 330 feet to a point thence
HOUSE FOR RENT on AlA and ; "safer : South 0 feet: thence west 310
I feet to
9th St. Flagler Beach. Mrs. Bob I Section PllntTg lI t lnnlitlr. South AND:

Noland, Seville, Florida. Phone ? sure iscleaner faster, } v. of Range said 2>Section East EXCEPT 1 lying South that part and
"
9-23-tf E West of the ,
7492309. cheaper graded county road
'i> R+ 1 which runs from State Road No.
131 (now State Road _
No. 11)
FOR SALE 1 five-Iepce upholstered cooler" too. Northwesterly to the West line of
( said Section 1. AND: All that
dinette set $25; 1 two. .
r I '
;,: sr part of Section IS. Township 14
piece living room set $25; 2 upholstered ;\ '. ... South, Range 29 East lying North
' : .. and East of the existing graded
/ reed chairs $5 each; ,8 ... county road which runs rom said

;" odd chairs; :5 end tables $1 each. :_ State Itoad Highway No. 11) In No.a 134 Northwesterly(now State

One 6x9 oval rug with two ..- direction through said Section 13

, matching rugs $10. Two 9x12 of and the EXCEPT EVb{ of that said tct of th1'Z EM ly

rush square rugs $10 each. Tom ing South and East of the North
j
westerly: rlg ht-of-war line, of said
Carmody, 7th St. and AlA, Flag. State Road No. 134 (now State
' 9-23-tf Road No. 11) known. the "Perk-
ler Beach.
Ins Highway" EXCEPTING there
from lands conveyed to Esther
'
FOR SALE LEASE. OR RENT Helen Knight and W. E. Knight.
us Executors of the Estate of
bedroom, Florida room, and K. K. Knight Deceased, by Peed
recorded In Peed Book IS. Page
carport beach house unfurnished. 74. Flagler County records and
Hurricane fence encloses to also EXCEPTING lends conveyed
Walter E. Knight and Leona
back yard. Call 4373472. Knight by Peed recorded In Official
9.23-10.14 inc-4tc ler Records County Book public 3. page records.528. Flag

PARCEL 2: The 8W* of Sec
r FOR RENT-1 bedroom duplex tion 30 East.17. Township 1) South. Range

furnished apartment. Couple or PARCELSThe: EU REt(
l single person, reasonable rent. of'Rung Section 30 Il East.. Towns Itl\he South.

Phone- 437.3304' 9.23U PARCEL 4: Lot 17 and that
part of Lot U
of Dupont Railway
: and Land
I will redeem at face value a t North and ComPallr.the Plat right-of-lying
limited number of trade tokens way of Pupont Railroad Section
Enjoy a flameless Electric Ringe 39.luast.Township 13 South, flange !
Issued by Lambert &: Moody, '
Johnson Lumber & Supply Co. St. Johns Development t Block 1.
r for the full 0 Company
Price and Son, Harley L. Free range .- Subdivision 13 South Range In Section 39 Cast 2. Township

: man c/o Flagler Tribune, Bun. to plat, recorded In Plat accord3f Book-

: nell, Fla. 9.23:10.21inc.p; of cooking pleasure lee 1. PARCEL Page County 7..public Florida.records of Flag

r FURNISHED APARTMENT for lt and U. in Section nTownship
South
Uc Range 29 East.

4373367.rent. Phone Harris Appliances 9-23-tf, Flamelesa cooking is another step toward the joy of low-cost ,,.... Tucker Ins and Interest to said of lUymoa lands will F.
be
offered
t' for sale and
t 1 total electric living. With all its modern benefits, Sunshine lieoutcry or saleshh will be sold.at pub-
COrs UPHOLSTERY, Bunnell, bidder to lb' and best
: Fla Hwy. 11, will pick up and Service electricity is also today's biggest bargain. The average Q from day for to cash day a until will said continue prop
art, Is sold
deliver all furniture free. For price per residential kilowatt hour is actually 31% cheaper than ecution and Judgment or said Writ are I satisfied.of Ex
; sample material and prices on PATEP this Slat day of Sept'm-
just 10 Five major rate reductions made during beSigAned I'vS*
labor call 4373673. 7-1-tf years ago ; P. A. EDUON8OV.:
....
!t SEPTIC TANK cleaning; drain this period are saving our customers over $27 million a year. Sept. 23-3t Oct. 7.11-4te She riff.

fields Installed; snail ahelL Rea

;. sonable prices. Call George .Ta-
nor, ID 7-3410 8-1-tl call ma a &hr JHaglrr tJrUnrafBfJIJIELI
cheapskate,,

t JOHNSTON'S love It! I FLORIDA

MRS. U a FULLER. KdlterMwMs
I FLACLER BEACH BEALTT CXX

LOTS, HOMES OCEAN FRONT, &."" DMI...., .r all
WATER FRONT, FARMS Mtric rsrtp sssoden..pdt legal .U9Ut....*
d m,4 Lcolors.
J. ACREAGE .100-crI,owftoW. Entered as second
class
Bee ua for JOur real estate ndt .... February (. 1913. at the matter poetefflee -
at BonnelL Florida, fader
Office Phone lIE 9-2342
Act of March 3. 1371!
Residence Phones ID 73691or FLORIDA I POWER ft LIGHT COMPANY

ID 7-3517 HELPING MUltD HQHIOA .... 7'te. n.se
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Grade 1: (S) Satisfactory,
IUUU l lrbJh I N (Needs Improvement), U (UnI .. 4

School New I I satisfactory). Prices GoodThurs.
Grades 2-6 A. B. C D. F. WE GIVE MET T S

The following Is a list of*Individuals I ,Grades 7.12, number grades ., Fri., S.t., .
rather than letters.A .
select
that have been
will be TOP Oct. 7, 8, 9,
ed to serve as officers of their I cumulative report
respective classes for the 1965- used for each subject In Junior. ...
66 school year at Bunnell High Senior High School making It VALUE SUPER MARKET
School. unnecessary to return the cards.
Senior Class-Martin Tucker; As grades accumulate, one sheet STAMPS Quantity Rights
vice-president, Fred Harris; sec. goes home to parents each mark TELEPHONE 437-3201 Reserved

retary, Rabeth Hersey; treasurer, ing period and stays home for
Sue future referenced heavy tag. : '\ ,
Faye Durrance; reporter Wilson (Smoked .
)
McMillan. board copy becomes the school's

Junior Class-President, Arthur I permanent copy. This system of
McDanlel; vice-president, Carol reporting will eliminate duplicate Shank

Waugh; reporter,Catherine Stan report cards replacing the Hams
Ib
ish. I lost cards, handling mutilated Half 55BUTT

Sophomore Class President,I i cards and the reshuffling of returned

David Richardson; vice-president I cards.
Karen Moody; secretary, Students of Bunnell High CENTER

Darrell Britt; treasurer, Peggy I (More on page.e.) HALF lb. WHOLE lb. SLICES Lb.
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Mlsslnne; reporter, Sue Broad. ix TUB rincviT roriiT. SEV.KMTH 5ge 99C
JUDICIAL CIRCUIT IVAMI
away. ) roil KLAflLKH COUNTY! ,
Freshman Class President, KI.OIUDA. F.QtITY NO. BISW Boston Butt (Extra Lean)
Hackworth
Lenlda Rich
Jimmy McNab; vice-president, Plaintiff. ,
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Charles Clegg; secretary-treasur .
er, Brenda Townsend; reporter Carton lUckworth.Defendant.. PORK
NOTICE TO URKKNI ROAST lb. 49
Carol Lynda Townsend. IN TUB NAME OF AND BV THR
Eighth Grade-President, Lesa AUTHOIUTY FLORIDA TO OF CARSON TUB STATE: HACK.OF
Knight; vice-president, Ann wonT WHOSE ADDRESS IS
.
Meekins; secretary Jeanne Hig- UNKNOWN.You are hereby required to tile Florida Grade 4 ginbotham; treasurer, Marcia your Answer or sthe Cut-up
Complaint
I STEWING
to the
pleadings
Johnston; reporter Beth Mather- above entitled cause In the office Lb. $4189
of E. A. 8MTTHE Clerk of the HENS Lb. 25'FRYERS 5'Bag
ly.Seventh above styled Court at dh' Courthouse
Grade President, Uunnell. and to
serve a copy thereof on Plaintiff
John Geller; vice.president, John solicitor Alex D. UttUdeld. Jr,
Richard Jones; secretary, Chip whose, Daytona address le Itearh.IKS Mason Florida Avenue on Azalea (All-Meat) World's Best Ground .

Johnston; treasurer, Pam Mc. 'or before the 17th 'day of October.A. ''
.I). 19 S. the nature of this suitIs
Daniel. a suit for dlvorc WIENERS "g 39' BEEF 2 89'
IIHIIKIN: FAIL NOT or a Decree
1'ro Confesso will bl'' entered
The first six weeks grading against you for said failure. .
The Klavler Tribune U designated
period ends Monday, October 11. as the newspaper In which Tender Select Lean Tender
this Notice I Is to be published oncea
scheduledfor
Six Weeks Tests are week for Four (4) weeks. PORK
Thursday, October 7th and WITNESS my hand and 'eel at BEEF LIVER
the Uunncll. Flat Lb. 49' STEAKS Lb. 59'
Friday, October 8th. Reports will lee County uror\\ a this. the 21stday
of September. A.P. IMS.
be Issued on Thursday, October14th. (Official Heal) B. A. 8MYTU .
Clerk Circuit/ Court
Flailer County Florida Joe Grain' Grade "A"Large
The following grading system By Julia I 1C Harvey.Deputy .

will be used: Sept. SS-SO A Oct. -..ftrk.

__. u___ _. _____ 2Dozen
Eggs 99


"Isn't it fun
'
Your Fa.orite'ShOrleninr
to romp on a cozy,


warm floor?" CRISCO 3 Tin u b.> 47?



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

Giant Size



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


Fresh Produce Royal Crown (12 *. Can)


White No. 1 R C COLAS 11 c". 98c


POTATOESFresh na1 ''b' 7ge All,. Flavors. (10 0,.)


Crisp SEGO 4 Can. $100LEITUCE

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EGG ?>".
4 of *? School Boy (Red Delicious) NOODLES 17C

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Y AJ BAG APPLES i a* 390 My.T.fine (Rer.)


give your family a PUDDINGS B" 9C

healthier, happier warmer FROZEN FOODS _

home with a beautiful, new51E13LER Morton's Oz. (Meat)


: POT PIES S For 99* DAIRY

Kraft Fresh

: OIL HOME HEATER Fresh Frozen Chicken CRAPEFRUITGIZZARDS

8IEGLER fee DM w,....u&--l tOotnt fly. ...* and.t. Quart
d. ,. IWMT fleet T..... that Live y. the eoo/ort n 89C JUICE Bottle Zge
Oracle of SUPER FLOOR HEAT Come\I.snJ
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, the fw4 1&wveat 50 ,FREE 50 FREE 50 FREETOP

TOP VALUE STAMPS TOP VALUE STAMPS VALUE STAMPS

With purchase of With purchase of With purchase of

3 IBs.,or niore U. S. D. A. $2.00 Worth of Dental or ((1) Smoked Picnic

Flagler HardwarePhone Choice Chuck Roast Cosmetic Aids (Sliced Free)

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5fafjler I FLAGLER FOOD STORE ,

BEST MEATS

JOHNS' ATTEND FUNERALOF FLAGLER BEACH I 1,1', :., r
BROTHER IN LAW GARDEN CLUB
Mr. and Mrs. E. D. Johns,
Venice Park In Flagler Beach, The Flagler Beach Garden''
attended the funeral of CliffordJ. Club held the first" meeting, of i PRICES GOOD QUANTITY RIGHTS
Owens of Deland last Satur. the new year Tuesday at the THURSDAY-FRIDAY-SATURDAY RESERVED
day. Mr. Owens, who was the home of Mrs. Pauline Magee, I
OCTOBER 7, 8, 9, 1965 CLOSED SUNDAYS
husband of Mr. Johns' sister, with Mrs. Ray Martel as co-hos _
was one of the two men that tess. The guests were served a Store Hours Monday thru Thursday, 8 a. m. 6 p. m.-F'&St8am-7pm.
died in the Keller Kitchen Cab- sweet course on arrival.
inet Plant' fire last week in De. The president, Mrs. Magee,I U. S. CHOICE GRADE BEEF FLA. GRADE "A" Fresh Dressed
land. presided at the meeting. Mrs.
Jewel Duneslng resigned as CHUCK fRYER'Leg.( and Breast Portion)
METHODIST CHURCH NEWS treasurer due to her health. Mrs.I

Church school'is at9:457 m. Gertrude Frank was named to I ROAST Lb. 49' QUARTERS 35
and worning worship at 11 o' serve In her place.
clock. "Laymens' Day" will be Committee chairmen named ,
observed next Sunday with the were: Program, Mrs. Ray Mar. FED
CORN
WESTERN
men of the church taking chargeof tel; Flowers and Courtesy, Mrs. U. S. CHOICE GRADE BEEF .
the service. ,I Walter Meshey and Mrs. Frank CHUCK CENTER RIB
Members of Schwenk; Conservation and
the church will be
sorry to hear that Rev. Reynold Beautification, Mrs. E. M. Spiv-
Hoover is a patient in the Halifax ey and Mrs. Martel.Horticulture STEAK Lb. 59' PORK CHOPS u. 79'PORK
Hospital :Mrs. Al JuengHntr -I

I' and \Tr.- Rnlvev? (':anion' LOIN ROAST, Lb ...............SSc
WOMAN'S CLUB NEWSIt Therapy, Mrs: F ; k"Bredd TENDER SLICED
will be Pay Your Dues Day Mrs. Willis White; Audit, Mrs. THRIFTWAY
for the' Flagler Womans Club Juengllng and Mrs. Paul Vogel; BABY BEEFLIVER
members when they meet October Librarian, Mrs. Marge Givens; SLICED
j 13 at 2 p. m. at the Club. Publicity, Mrs. Charles McCabe
Lb. 49'
house. By Laws, Mrs. Anita Hirst and BACON Lb. 69
President Emily Gage requests' Mrs. Freda Cole; Membership,
I members to present a club mottoat Mrs. M. Batten; Telephone, Mrs.J. .
the meeting. From these they I'I'I ,. Strauser and Mrs. Alice Clark.' FOLGER'SCOFFEE ALL BRANDSCIGARETTES
will select a motto for the Club. ',
Copies of the revised bylaws i SENIOR CITIZENS t 1w3 '
will be given each member, to ELECT OFFICERSFOR .
study. They will be approved at NEW YEARAt
a later date by t he Club, Publicity .
Chairman Flossie Halnes the Senior Citizens meet. '
said. ing Tuesday evening new officers 1 Can'Lb. $ )59
i were elected. These will be 39 Carton M
installed at the October 19th

PHIL KESTER meeting in the Municipal build. Limit 1 with $5.00 or more food order Limit 1 with $5.00 or more food order
Ii I Ing.Elected
i SMALL APPLIANCE were Chairman Lynn PILLSBURY
I REPAIR Clary; Vice Chairman, Mrs. Irma 10 OZ. FOLGER'S INSTANT -Yellow-Chocolate-
t, Parker; Secy., Mrs. Kay Swayze; White and Swiss.
I 1744 S. Ocean Shore Treasurer, Martin Fuelling; Reg- .
COFFEE
Boulevard istrator, Miss Eloise Sheriff. i'M
'
i Ph. 39.2208
Flagler Beach Mrs. James A. Babbitt, Jr. returned Limit 1 Please
No TV or RefrigerationAT home Sunday after a 10
PRESENT TIME day visit with her mother, Mrs. 2'/ DELMONTE HALVES KRAFT-ALL PURPOSECOOKING
Lois Flesner, of San Diego, Cal.'
ifornia. OIL Qt 49PEACHES *
I I --- --., 3 For 79

Limit 3 Please Save.lOc Each
tl/iancli and cJLunck
SIZE / CAN DELMONTE
303 KOUNTY KIST
LIGHT CHUNK
FEATURES

CHICKEN POT PIE.............................:.......Tue.day I PEAS OR CORN 6 $100 TUNA 3 For 89

CORNED BEEF AND CABBAGE....._.......Thursday '
MIX OR MATCH
ROAST CHICKEN AND DRESSING..Sunday FABULOUS

I Flagler Beach, South AlA Mrs. Ruth Brandt 303 SUNSHINE CHOPPED
9.16-10.21 inc-6 times Large
TURNIP-COLLARD-MUSTARD
FlAB 2 Boxes 49-
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I. I GREENS 329* Limit 2 Please


I I:I F v\tt L llOU FRESH PRODUCE FROZEN FOODS

gee 12 oz. BIRDSEYE
qOWLdDctM.

... RED TOKAY SPIHACHFARM 2Pka..39-

o 6tlnq NcntpIt fOWl, GRAPES 2-25' Leaf or Chopped

L. E .p' 8 Oz. WINTER GARDEN
LARGE FIRM HEADLETTUCE
t CHICKEN-BEEF-TURKEY


} Glt 4 Ea. 19 POT PIES 2 For 35U. '


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437.3325 L .BUNNELLAPPLICATIONS 3 Lbs 25WWWAWWW FRENCH FRIES W


M.................".........J'a.."................"...."J
REQUESTED 50 EXTRA 5050 EXTRA EA
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FREE 50
The City Commission of Bunnell will receive FREE
:." applications at the City Hall until 12 o'clock noon S & H GREEN STAMPS S & H GREEN STAMPS S & H GREEN STAMPS

1", October 11, 1965, for a policeman. With this coupon and your With this and
coupon With this
your and
:: purchase of Three (3) coupon your
purchase of
One
Lyke's purchase of Two
Applications must be Dozen Eggs, Whole
in applicants own hand- Picnic
or Cutup
! : writing. Any Size Ham Fryers
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o.s OX TAILS
: 4 .. $1

;!', I PIGTAILS 4 lb. *It .


'..,. t RIB TIPS 5 lb. 3 1

f; HOG MAWS 5lbs.INECK


,iii"t" BONES 5 ,?.. '!


rt' Copeland' (14.16 lb. Avg.)

I':': frr SMOKED I;iI (HALF OR WHOLE)
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MR. AND MRS. W. H. WELLS HAM


Bunnell Mr. and will Mrs. celebrate W. H. Wells their of I HOUSEWARMING FOR Center Slices Ib. 79*

I j HAWKINS IN BIMINI
Fiftieth Wedding Anniversaryon Lean Western CENTER CUT Armour Star
Sunday October 17, 1965. I( Members of the Forsythe and ,
In celebration of the occasion Muzyka families gathered at the Ilb.
PORK CHOPS !b. 69'FRANKS Cello 49-
Open Houuse will we held at home of Mr. and 'Mrs. Edward
their home, 1114 East Moody Hawkins in Bimini for a housewarming Pkg.
Boulevard, Bunnell from 3 to 6 party Sunday noon.
p. m. All friends of the coupleare The occasion was also celebrating Frosty Morn Sliced BREAKFAST Valleydale (All Meat) SMOKED -
invited to call between those the birthday anniversary of ; I lb.
hours. t Zena Muzyka. I BACON Pkg.' : 73- SAUSAGE lb. 49

Mr. and Mrs. Wells (Luke and A buffet luncheon was enjoy.
Henry as they are known. by ed and those attending were Mr. Choice JuicyCUBED
their many friends) were mar. and Mrs. Lee: Blakely and Mar.
ried in Vero Beach in 1915. They gie; Mr. and Mrs. Jack Clegs
moved to Flagler County in 1920 and Karen; Mr. and Mrs. T. E. STEAK Ib. 79<
from Hastings, and moved 'to Lovelace and Emma Jean; Mr. ,
{land Mrs. Hawkins and two
Haw Creek in 1921 to engage In
the fanning industry. 1 daughters; Zena Muzyka, Marie
.Mr. Wells became Sheriff of'Muzyka, Jim Bray, Paul and Campbell's No. 1 Can
Flagler County in January, 1941|Gary Forsythe; Mr. and Mrs. DIXIE CRYSTAL
and served in that capacity for.Otis Hunter and three children. TQMATO SOUP lOe' %

12 years. Following that he was
employed with the State Bever., MRS. COPELAND Kraft's GRAPEPRESERVES SUGAR
Department for one ENTERTAINS CLASS I
age year.
Before coming to Flagler County First Baptist Church "World tumblerBREAD 1ge S & 27*
he was in construction workin Friends" counselor, Mrs. D. L.
Florida, Georgia, and South I Copeland, entertained her classon Limit 1 with $5.00 or more food order
Carolina.Mr. Wednesday afteroon with a
Wells is the son of the small party at her home.
late Mr. and Mrs. Tom Wells 6r. Present were: Jan Perryman,
of Alfretea. Georgia. Mrs. Wellsis Cathy Klwala, June Blondhelm, Little River 303 Can
the daughter of the late Mr, Elaine Weeks, Debbie Hotdridge! (ALL BRANDS BEEF CABBAGES00DAIRY
and Mrs. W., A. Hamilton of Gary Harris, Robin Pelllcer, &
Moultrie, Georgia. Speedy Krantz Cindy Krantz. 13 oz.
Mr. and Mrs. Wells are mem Those receiving certificates 6 Loan 88$
ben of the First Baptist Churchof but not in attendance were: SPECIAL -
Bunnell and have been activein Davis Smith, Chip Brooks, and
the Church circles. lie has Charles Pelllcer.
CANNEDBISCUITS 8 01. Can
served as Deacon for many
years. lie has also been a mem Visiting here Tuesday with KRAFT OIL Each 5CPilUbury
ber of the Masonic Lodge No. their sister, Mrs. Maude Hoi
200 and a member of Morroco land were Mrs. Connie Seville (Limit 4 with food order
Shrine Temple of Jacksonville, and Miss Carrie Deen of Galnes
also the Flagler County Shrine ville, and Mrs. Eva Fisher of Ml Quart 27*
Club. I ami. They also visited with Bottle FROZEN FOODS -
other members of the family.
I Umit 1 with food order
$5.00
or more
Mr. G
FROZEN .
Mr. and Mrs. D. L. Copelandare 9 0: Pkf.
Mr. and Mrs. Adair Park and
leaving tomorrow for a visit young daughter, Tammy, of At. ,FRENCH FRIES Ea. fOe
In Fensacola with his parents. lanta, Georgia, arrived Tuesday FRESH PRODUCE _
Mrs. Copeland will remain there for with ,
a visit her parents Mr.
visit of weeks, Large Fresh
for a several
and Mrs. OydeContinued Lewis. -
while he returns home next I Each
week. I ( on page 8) CUCUMBERS 5C AJAX DETERGENT
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Yellow Cooking (Loose)

ONIONS 3 lb.. GIANT 370
:.. 1ge SIZE
U. S. No.1.
1 Limit 1 with $5.00 or more food order
HOMELITE JCL POTATOES gal: 39cr1


CHAIN SAWS \

DEMONSTRATIONSPECIAL \ 50 r1 100 I a rwlr I { 50 aO'Iarll'


with coupon &: purchase with coupon tt purchase with coupon & purchaseof <
of (1) Pr. "MORPUL"BOBBY of (1) Pr. Boor (3) CUTUP
SOX MEN'S PANTS FRYERSCoupon
A NEW POLAROID LAND CAMERA Coupon Void After Coupon Void After Void After

FOR ONLY $14.95111! Sunday Oct._10 1965 xO Sunday, Oct...:. 10,.., 1965 ( Sunday,....Oct...:. 10,... 1965 o)
S S NX > "'
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Here's all you do: come in for a 0
demonstration of any HomeliteXL
Chain Saw-buy your Polaroid
"Swinger"camera for only$14.95 while the supply
lasts. You'll want that extra-light Homelite XL

Chain Saw,too.Greatest work-saver ever.See it- IfllJT1JhIhIil! II i.i: !T '

try it -take it home.Bunnell : ; f.J;I -

Timber Co. II: .

Phone 437-3322 jjlllll.H"

Phone 437-3227
Famous Hom Mt XL'are the fastest **"* OPEN SUNDAYS U.s. No. 1 BUNNELL
chain un in the world 8:00 .-liOO p.m.
Quantity RJfnt Referred PRICES GOOD OCTOBER 7, 8, 9, and 10, IMS



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Books Are Dish me? Already, the Norcrosses and tion meeting in Tampa, Oct. 56. No one knows who first smelt.
My I
SCHOOL NEWSContinued Katherine Heckman have I
ed
Dr. Eden will discuss insect metals, but archeologists .

By Dorothy Homans brought lots of exciting new :control and entomology. Haynie's have found pieces of manmadeiron

From Page 3 I books-nand we have some other 'j topic is Extension beekeeping that are nearly 5,000 years
One of my various careers was promising bookiePRESENT old.
School and Flagler Beach Ele I Viand: do it-yourself equipment.I
'is
being a gardener. And there I
mentary will be excused from I Haynle will give a report on the IN-COURT-- OK TilE -COUNTY--

school on Monday, October 11th a lot about setting up a library I TO PAPERSAT 20th International Beekeeping JUDOK. KI.AOLKII COUNTY( ++
that is like gardening. Only in STATE OF FLORIDA. .
in order for Teachers to attend BEEKEEPING MEETDr. "Jubilee, which he attended last In re the Estate of
stead of digging, and sifting,
the F. E. A. District V. B. Meet. month In Bucharest, People's PHOEBE M. ANDERSON. .
ing in Palatka. and sowing, you shift.about and W. G. Eden, chairman, Entomology Republic of Romania. Deceased.IN .'UO ATE

change and glue and print and Department, and John T. All Whom It Mar Csweerwi

Class everybody says .WHEN WJLL IT, 1>. Haynie, apiculturist, Florida Eden and Haynie will attend BERT Notice L.!is hereby ANDERSON given filed that AL his

Junior BE READY?. Then suddenly it's I Agriculture Extension Service, I the annual meeting of the Florida estate final report of PHOEBE a. Administrator M. ANDERSON of the

The Junior Class held a meet spring: the flowers of speech will present papers at the Southern State Beekeeper's Association deceasedthat he filed nhJ'petition

irig on September 21st to elect I bloom. The verb roots appear States Beekeeping Federa In Miami Beach, Oct. 79. will for final apply discharge to the Honorable, T. K.he

/ officers for the coming year. and then come the bookworms.In McKNIOHT. County Judge of Flag-
..-- ._--- ler County Florida on the Ztth l
President ..
Those elected were: other words, the Flagler -- .. day of October ISIS for approval

Dale Abbott; vice president, Woman's Pub Library, startedby I Administrator of same and for of final the discharge estate as of '

Arthur McDaniel; secretary, Ann Isla, Kester In November, PHOEBE M, ANDERSON deceased,
24 HourWrecker
on thlff 29th day of
October. mi.
Hugas, treasure, Johnnie Ruth 1962 has been moved down to Service Albert I* Anderson

,Miller; reporter, Catherine Stan the City Hall. Mr. 'Wickllne, Mr. Administrator of the
estate of PHOEBE M.
Collins and Mr. Harrison doing ANDERSON deceased.
ish.The
top five of the magazinedrive .. the honor of moving the book Sept First 30.publication Oct. 7. 14. Sept.21, 4te.10, IMS.
Truck & Tractor Co.
which ended Sept. 20th shelves. Then the City Truck Flagler n.SOLVTIOlVHEREAS.

are as follows: Catherine Stan Men moved about 300 bundles I MASSEY-FERGUSON \ It Is necessary and

Ish, $176.20; Ann lIugas, $105.50; of books and forty cartons with Imperative that additional revenue
Industrial to that to be raised by General
Johnnie Ruth Miller, $100.35; the same care they would giveto Grove Equipment Levy, be obtained for the operationand

Vicky King, $86.34 and Dan rare orchids. A wonderful job. VIRGIL DECKER Phone ID 7-3242 schools maintenance In Special of Tax the School public Dis free.

Cody, $79.85. The total amountof Anita Hirst and myself are do- trict No. 1 In Fierier County. Flor-'
Owner Bunnell Florida Ida as created
under and by virtue
magazines sold were $1365.54. ig the groundwork. Do you dig of the laws of the State of Florida
Reporter; Catherine Stanish I and this Board estimated that for
I the .next two :years a 10 mill tax
on the real and personal property,
telephone, telegraph and railroad
Senior Class News
In said district Is
necessary for

: ', Martin Tucker was elected Leaf miners? the ing exclusive and! maintaining purpose: I -the of operate publicTIiEHEIo'OHE

President of the Senior Class last free schools In said district.
BE
IT RESOLVED
Tuesday. Fred Harris was elected I BY the Board of Public Instruction -

Vice President, Raybeth Her ,i ida that of an Flag election ler County.1* hereby Flor

sey, Secretary; Faye Durrance, l .,.... filed called to be held on the date herein'
for the purpose herein specie
Treasurer and Susan McMillan, a; fied
". 1 HE IT FURTHER RESOLVED
!
Reporter. : ,
\ BY said Board. that an election
Monday, September 13 the ..:-. '; -t hall be and I* hereby ordered to
...... be held In Special Tax School Dis.trict
members of the class solicited
'J No. 1, r
advertisements for our 1966 ida, 'at the : fnlrri.ntYln: said
District hereinafter designated' on
Plnea.: We were quite successful HT.I the 2nd day of November IMS, at
which election shall be submitted
because we brought back $1,600. I, to the qualified electors qualified

This,seems like a large' sum but .j ,"...J' In to vote In such election, residing
said District, who have paid
we need $3,400 to publish the ." 1Ua.n;: real> rrt.p r.'o property
a required by
annual like we want to. As you law. the following proposition toe t'

can see we have our work cut Wit:

out for us but with the help of I, ''I,.,: mill Determination of the District of the School number Tax: of In
Special Tax School District No. 1 i
,
the citizens Flagler County >
pf
... to be levied for each of the next
nothing is Impossible.IN .I R YT I succeeding two year for the axe
elusive purpose of operating and
maintaining the public tree
tit, schools
TIIH CIRCUIT COURT. SEVENTH
of
said District, the
estimated'
JUDICIAL CIRCUIT IN I .
mlllage required for each of the I
AND 11'01FI.AOLF.U COUNTY
neD two years being 10 mills.
FLORIDAClIANCEILY A. : IT FURTHKU RESOLVED

NOTICE IIV NO.PUIIMCATION BUM IN !: .., ", I/... ... t BY log THIS plates BOARD, that the follow
are hereby
designateda
r t
SUIT FOIL DIYOIICETROY !
S' l'fo polling\ place In said District.
LEWIS.
.
: In which said
Plaintiff, ."' PRECINCT election NO. 1 Is Uunnell-to held: .
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v. -' Court House.
EMMALEWIS.Defendant. '
.,' PRECINCT NO. 2 Flagler Beach
Municipal
Building.
TO: Mr.. Emma Lewis, ,! PRECINCT NO. S Haw Creek-
401 Glass Street
Waycross, Georgia.YOU .1d* t, t:.: -.. Community PRECINCT Building.NO. I-A Korona-
ARE HEREBY NOTIFIED Church Hall.PRECINCT,
that a Dill of Complaint for DlTorce \ NO. 4
St. Johns
has been tiled against you. Park-Community
and you are required to serve a PRECINCT NO. nl! Dunnell-
copy of your Answer or pleading t. \ Masonic Temple.
to the Dill of Complaint on theplaintiff's .... .,t PRECINCT NO. I E.panola-
attorney JOSEPH W.
Community' Hall.
mouth i :
iATCIIETT. 611 CampbellStreet PRECINCT NO I-A AlA High-
Daytona Beach Florida, war-Johnson's Fruit Stand.
and Ale the original Answer or The foregoing election
precincts
Pleading In the oitlce of the Clerkof being all the election precinct In
the Circuit Court on or before aid Special Tax School
the :tall f of October. 19(5. If t .In Flagler Florida District
fault to ado BO, Judgment by de NODJ IT { 1fftntriJ: :o.
will be taken' against you for that this Board shall appoint the
the relief' demanded In the. Dill of persons who are to be Inspectorsand

Complaint.DONE AND, ORDERED at Bun- place clerk: at for which each said respective election pollIng Is-

nell Florida, this 11th day of to be held, and shall publish saidname.
September 1966. as required br law
E. A. Smythe. Clerk FIGHT BACK BE IT FURTHER! : RESOLVED

County Circuit Court Florida.By .Flagler that furnished there' to shall said be Inspector prepared and of

Julia It. Harvey. election for use at said election
Deputy Clerk. the necessary ballot boxes and
JOSEPH W. HATCH
ETT. ballots a* required by law that
"
14 Mouth Campbell Street the form of ballot to be used In
I Daytona Beach Florida, said election shall be substantially
rialntlff..
Attorney for
a* follows:
Sept. SO. Oct. 7. 14. 21. 4tc.;
SPECIAL TAX SCHOOL DISTRICT
NO. I, ELECTION FOR FIJIOLKR
COUNTY, FLORIDA. HELD ON
NOVEMBER; S. I S.RALIvOT .
HASTINGS MATTRESS FOR SCHOOL TAX DfSTRMT .

& UPHOLSTRY WORKS WITH OOTH01DIBROM INSTRUCTIONS NO I. TO MILLAnK VOTERS LEVY: In

710-12 Lemon St. dicate br marking an "X In the
space after IIDe.I. whether you
Palatka. Florida favor the proposed millag levy

Phone EA 5.9166 .hI'hhC:1: :.aI7 J':: favor the approved a dif

ferent levy, write the
Furnltu"'. Upholstering you favor after: line 2. levy


Mode Mattresses Repaired to Order.&&Also Box Refinished Renovated Springs penetrates the leaf to kill leaf miner larvae-controls: adults too, I.Estimated for regular mlllage term (levy II) mills.S. required.


Call Laura Morris 437.3233 Minutes after you spray with DIBROM 8 Emuhnre leaf miners will be dead or Other mlllag levy.

After 6:00 P. M. BE IT FVRTHFJl, RESOLVED

PRICES REASONABLE. dying...even lan ae that hue wormed their way into plant tissue. This! same of BT the said calling Board,and that holding this Resolution of said

BUDGET PLAN IF NEEDED. election shall be published
Just as near as your DIBROM schedule will also dean up worms, aphids and a host of other insects. each week for four renseeutlveweeks one
In the Slather Tribune, a
Phone or Post Office
Drop Us A Card or Call Because of its short residual life DIBROM 8 Emu ie is less harmful to bend) throughout newspaper ofD.r.1 the County of circulation Flagler

Free Pick-up & Delivery and published In said County thata
cial insects. It's safer than notice specifying the name of
most organic phosphates.It the Inspector and clerks of .lec
lion In said District shall b* pub
mixes readily with water, and is compatible with most least lished. nn one In aald newspaper at
day before the
PETERSON TEXACO \ holding of 'UII lrtk ,
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BT Mid Board that the Chairman
I ROAD 'SERVICE and Secretary of this Board are
watermelons, peppers, cucumbers, summer squash or Instructed to take all other or fur
Light Mechanical Work !her sup as may b. R4fvl In

Phone 437-3441 Eonnell ORTHO celery (it's registered for use on 35 crops) fight back accordant Resolution Into with effect law to carry this

PASSED In open sslon by the
against leaf miners this year with ORTHO DIBRO L Board of Public instruction of
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i O. F. ALT?'ORD "Helping f A. World Crow Better" A. D. 1963.Chairman Harold Emery.
of the Board of
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CHEVRON CHEMICAL COMPANY.OItTMO vniON Ur County, Florida.
Real Estate Broker Nan ..O....70.7.ow..,.... ATTEST-Coy O ItarrU. Jr.


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, Plentiful many a cooked dish and ,they hand, adding sparkle to the pro. Supt. Coy Harris spent several
f' Apples are standouts in salads and'I tein foods on October's list. The /0 tJContinued days last Week In Gainesville
On October List 'desserts. October is the periodof i late summer crop is forecast at attending a meeting of Superin
heavy harvesting and apples I an all-time high-more than 20 ( from Faze 5) tendents of Public Instruction
; Apples are the appealing tea. will be more plentiful than at million hundredweight. Mrs. Murtice Moody of Orlando throughout the state.
( ture on a Plentiful Foods List any other time during the mar '' Stocks of frozen concentrated spent the past weekend hereon
> offering wide variety to shoppers i keting season. orange' Juice still are high, and I business and visiting with Subscribe to Th Ptagltr Tribune
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during October. October marketings of both production pf dried prunes is up relatives. $150 A Year .In Advance .
Mrs. Gladys Kendall, market. turkeys and broiler fryers are an estimated 5,000 tons over last f -- --
Ing specialist, Florida Agricultural expected to be greater than they'I years larger than average crop-
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Extension Service, says were last year, assuring abundant so count on these two breakfast BUNNELL HIGH SCHOOL
that the list of plentlfuls /this supplies for late.season I favorites for starting school days
month Is brimming with harvest cookouts and for poultry-orient. off right.
season abundance. ed dinners all through the And shoppers should find lots Varsity 1965 Football Schedule

Besides apples, broiler fryers, month. of shelled pecans at reasonable Oct. 8 ........................ Baldwin ...........................Home
cheese, rice, turkeys, onions, I Two other entree,items on the prices this month from a large I x Oct. 15 .......................... D & B ..................t........Away
\ shelled pecans, dried prunes list Join forces in delicious car 1965 crop and heavy' supplies Oct. 22 .,'"'...........Florida Air Academy ..............:..Homex
and frozen concentrated orange seroles or stand alone in their !on hand. I Oct. 29 .................... Father Lopez ..................Away
: '. Juice will be In good supply-I own main dishes. Production of Nov. 5..................Keystone Heights......_...........Home
just in time for fall's heartiest both cheese and rice Is runningwell The rose is one of the oldest x Nov. ,12 .........._...........Hastings...........................Away
f menus.A above the flve-year ,averages cultivated flowers. In 600 B.C., x Nov. 19 ............._.Callahan ........................ Away
favorite fruit for eating out I for 195963. the, Greek poet Sappho called ""
of hand, apples also shine In Plentiful of onions will be on this plant "queen of flowers." I96S "B" Team Schedule

Hastings .................... October 11 .................Home (7:30)
I D & B .......................October 18 .................Home (7:30)
The Cherokee Iroquois, and I Crescent City........... October 25 ...............There (7:30)
" Muskogean Indians are the only Hastings ...................'November 1 ...............There ((7:30):
; ATTENTION tribes in North America knownto I Crescent City..........November 8 ..........._..Home (7:30)AW
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