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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 14, 1965
Publication Date: -1981
Frequency: weekly
regular
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Subjects / Keywords: Newspapers -- Bunnell (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Flagler County (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Genre: newspaper   ( marcgt )
newspaper   ( sobekcm )
Spatial Coverage: United States -- Florida -- Flagler -- Bunnell
Coordinates: 29.4675 x -81.256944 ( Place of Publication )
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Dates or Sequential Designation: Began in 1917?
Dates or Sequential Designation: -69th year, no. 36 (Sept. 3, 1981).
General Note: Mrs. M.B. Fuller, editor.
General Note: Description based on: Vol. 43, no. 20 (June 2, 1955).
Funding: Funded by NEH in support of the National Digital Newspaper Project (NDNP), NEH Award Number: PJ-50006-05
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Holding Location: University of Florida
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Preceded by: St. Johns tribune
Succeeded by: Palm Coast news
Succeeded by: Flagler/Palm Coast news-tribune

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VOLUME 53, NO, 41 BUNNELL., FLORIDA, THURSDAY, OCT. 14, 1965 $2.50 A YEAR '

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Punt Pass KickCompetition LIONS CLUB VIEWS Deen Family I''I FLAGLER BEACH Tom Adams Will ';

FILM ON HIGHWAY STATE PARK ,
This Reunion Held Be Farm Bureau
SAFETY TUESDAY I(PLANS DEVELOPING I t

Saturday MorningThe Sgt. Jim McKinnon of the In FernandinaThe i I According to Park Superintendent Guest ,Speaker 4

Florida Highway Patrol was the Gilbert N. Becker the
1965 Punt, Pass, and Kick second annual reunion of Tom Adams, Secretary of
guest of Sheriff Zip Edmonsonat pipeline project to the Flagler
contest sponsoredby th Deen Family Association was State Tallahassee
,
competition will be guest
the Lions Club luncheon I I I Beach State Park has'been comi -
held October 3, 1965 at Fort of honor
the Bunnell Motor Companywill at the Annual Flagler
meeting Tuesday. He gave a 'i I pleted and the park now has a
the Football Clinch, State Park in Fernandl-j I Farm Bureau
be held at dinner meeting
'I on
talk and presented' a film on I1|:supply of good water. ]
Stadium Saturday morning beginning na Beach, Florida. I Tuesday, October 19th. Before
o'clock. highway safety. Attending were 115 descend. I In a letter to George Moody ;I elected
at 9:00 I being Secretary of State,
Other of the Club In'eluded I
| guests Sr, chairman of the Park Advisory
For many boys It will be their ants of Martin Deen and his Mr. Adams was In the timber
in the Donald Chancey, Ben wife francies Elizabeth Hlggs, Board, Mr. Becker said "It is I and business in this J
final contest as they are dairy area;
Wilt, Dave Gauss, L. Guy Doug.
13 age group. Many of these who came from Robeson County, our hope that with rapid future and as Secretary of State, he -' *{
,
las of, H. L. York Company, Coy ,
boys have been in the four con North Carolina, to Appling Coun development Flagler Beach I has shown active,interest In con.
Harris, of Public Insttuc-
Supt. .
:State Park will become leadIng
tests. The first contest was held ty, Georgia about 1822, in a covered I a servatlon. i

for the tion.Lion wagon train. Also coming I Ito j i recreational, area an asset ,
in 1961. Boys can register John Clegg installed \ Other features of the program !
: Georgia at the same time was I to the community."We I
contest until Friday night. Louis Stefllk and Tom Lenssen will be the President's message t
I Jesse Deen, brother to Martin, wish to thank you for
1st Prls. Into membership of ''Llonlsm. by 1- E. Wadsworth; Member.
An NFL Warm-Up Jacket in the The Bunnell Lions Club mem who settled In the present Coffee your needed help In expeditingthe ship report by Walton KInney; I

official colors of a NFL team, bership now stands at twenty. ,County, Georgia.. This years reunion pipeline project at Flagler Treasurer's report by George
I attracted descendants of Beach State Park. Without
PP&K emblem, for win. your
the
plus eight, secretary Jim Krantz said. : Clegg; Resolutions report by
ners in the 8.9 and 10 year-old Jesse Deen and his wife Catherine guidance It would still be on Lymon Gage and nominationsof

groups. Boys 11, 12 and IS will \Howe. I' paper. As it is, the park had a omcers'report by Victor Cow.
receive handsome gold award I Members of the association re- supply of good water. We finish

plaques. Baldwin Beats elected the-following slate of of. ed laying and pressure testing art.Last
yur"'about' 125: membersand
I I
tad Priie.A hirers to serve the group the ensuing the line on October 8". the
attended dinner
specially designed, sturdily Bunnell 28 to 6 ,' year: W. W. Deen, Sr., meeting guests when Congressman ;
and Bunnell, President; Robert 1.,
constructed (for extra safety 'I'
Billy Matthews of
l protection) football helmet bear. Friday Night. Deen, Gainesville Vice Pres-l I I Soil Conservation honor. Two years was ago, the.guest Flag
Ident Ketus Holland and
and ; Mary
white
official red,
ing the ler Farm Bureau featured Secretary .
The Baldwin Indians continuo !Patricia Ann Cowart of Bunnell
colors, plus the
PPAK
blue I Service Election of Agriculture Doyle Con.
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PPAK emblem, will be awarded ed their winning ways last Friday as Secretary and Treasurer. ner.

. to second-place winners in the I night by chalking up their Members voted to return to Fort ,
old Boys 21st straight victory at the expense Clinch for their reunion October Was Held Tuesday
8.9 and 10 year groups.
I of the Bunnell Bulldogsby 2 19C6. I New Officers
,
11 12 and 13 will receive hand. In unofficial returns In Tut'S.day'

. some silver award plaques. [ a score of 28.6. Those from Bunnell attendingwere I Flagler Soil and Water

:3rd Priie. ,Baldwin got off to a fast start : Mr. and Mrs. R. W. Deen, Conservation District Supervisor Party Set For -

, Third-place winners In the I by scoring two touchdowns in Jr; Mr.and Mrs. Charles Cowart election, Walton M. KInney and
the first quarter. and Chuck, Rob and Edee; Mr. FSC Club Oct. 19
8, 9 and 10 year-old group will J. B. Pelllcer were elected to tour
foot. Baldwin's Mickey Smith went and Mrs. Charlton Wall and terms to the
be awarded official PPItK year serve on governing A of ham
over left tackle from 10 yards Deen; Mr. and Mrs. W. W. Deen, board of the district along menu and turkey
. balls. will be
for of
provided members
These regulation-sized foot. out after a drive of 50 yards to Sr., and Delores; Mr. and Mrs. with holdovers R. W. Deen, Jr., the Flagler Senior Citizens Club

balls are made of top-graln cow- score the first touchdown. Bald J. Curtis Deen and Minnie, SUs. 1!W. W, Deen and A. B. Johnston. when they meet next
old winners win's Jim Thomas scored the 'and Jeanette Ahrono; Mr. and i The Flagler SAW District is Tuesday
hide. 11, 12 and 13 year- I evening, Oct 19, to Install new
in" this group wil receive second touchdown on a reverse 'I Mrs.. VT, II', Wadsworth and.1 a ,unit of state government and officer for the .
coming This
"t' distinctive bronze award from 55 yards out. In the second Cherry Mr. and Mrs. A. A.: the five elected Supervisors are year. .
meeting will mark the
begin.ning
anuts" Foracker I Wells Mr. and Mrs. Cordell ,
quarter ; i governing official of the district
plaques.A of
the Club's third A
large group of boys attend. \.,scored on a two yard plunge Robertson and Greg; Mrs. Lizzie whose duties Include setting year.
I birthday will be cut and
cake a
ed a football clinic, conductedby over right guard. At halftime Sedessle; Evelyn Purvis; and Mr. soil and water conservation
special setting for the occasion
Junior Varsity Coach Roy Baldwin held a 21.0 lead. and Mrs. Z. G. Holland, Jr. and I I policies on a local level and will be carried out by the house

Bayliss, with Quarterback Walton The Bunnell Bulldogs came Zachary. making decisions in carrying committee.
back in the third quarter to I II I|I out the district
Cowart assisting. program.
I
I Assuming office will be Lynn
of the march 80 yards on a drive to I II I Soil Conservation personnel
for
We are looking some : Gary, chairman; Mrs. Irma
boys to do very good this year in score. Walton Cowart scored Bill Cummins Sr. I j rare assigned to the district as Parker, vice-chairman; Mrs.
from yards out on a I
the competition. two quar I requested by the supervisors, Kay Martin
Swayze, secretary;
of the terback sneak. Try for the extra where need for SCS technicianshas
Leslie Pache, Director
I : Funeral Service Fuelling, treasurer; and Miss
low.
program Invites the public to point was been determined. They as- Elsie Sheriff, registrar. Outgoing

come out and watch the young Baldwin '"list the supervisors In carrying ( .
In the fourth quarter Held Wednesday I officers are Rev. E. Lester Stanton
sters. recovered a Bunnell fumble and out the technical phases of the chairman; Mrs. Mildred

In case of rain the competition marched 35 yards to score. Mickey I Paul William (Bill) Cummins, program. 1 ISargeant, secretary; Mrs. Helen

I wll be held Sunday at 2:00 p. m., Smith fumbled the ball into I[ST. of Flagler Beach died Mon I i Everyone, Including house. Creal, treasurer; and Mrs. Mar-

'f' October 17.' the end zone where "Peanuts' 'day at the local hospital followIng I I wives who purchase the family Jorle Hoose, registrar. The new
food, has a stake or should we I
Foracker covered for the touch. an Illness of about three chairman will appoint members
down. The line plunge for the months. say "steak" In the conservation of the standing committee to

extra point was good makingthe I He had lived at Flagler Beach -program.i 1 serve for the 1965-.CO Yt'lr.

f Teaching Nursing final score 28.6. I for the past 19 years, coming i In helping farmers conserve I I The Club was organized fol.
their IOU and water resources,
there from Birmingham Ala. :| lowing a called meeting at the
F Scholarship Exams Not taking a thing away from not only Is It made possible for
the Baldwin Indians, the statls lie was engaged In the roofing :|I them to stay In business but Bunnell Civic Center Sept. 3,
tics show that the game was contracting business. He was ,I 1963, to which all senior citizens
Set For Tuesday [ also to keep on producing
of the county were Invited. From
much more evenly played than 57 years of age. I 1
abundant food each
State scholarship examinations the score Indicated. The Bunnell Funeral services were held crop year a handful of people It has grown
that the who havea
r. people
so buy
I for teaching and nursing will Bulldogs had 13 first downs toBaldwtn's from the Community Memorial choice of plentiful foods to Its present membership of &l.

I be. given at the county ,courthouse 12 first downs. Bun. Church of Flagler Beach Wednesday at reasonable many prices. I The Club meets the first and

on Tuesday, October 19, nell lost Its chance to close the afternoon at 2 o'clock True, food prices do advance third Tuesday evenings of the I
Guidance Counselor Averly margin by Its pass receivers with Rev. R. W. Dlckert officiat month, at the Flagler Beach
occasionally, but wages and other
Brown said today. dropping three! sure touchdown ing. Burial followed In the Income advances at a faster Municipal Building.By .

Nine applications for teachingand I passes. Maybe we can ImproveIn Espanola Cemetery. rate. Today, it takes only 19
Survivors Include his wife, ; comparison In England It
three for nursing have been this department before the
of each
cents out dollar for afamily
made. season ends.Bunnell Gladys Cummins, Flagler Beach; takes around 40 cents and In
to buy their food, where
two daughters, Beverly Ann of Russia 50 cents or more.
The nursing scholarships travels to St. Augustine
gas only a few the average
year ago
range from $300 for one course Friday night to play Florida Flagler Beach and Mrs. Paula ; family was spending 26 The soil and water conservation

s. In practical nursing to a full D and B school. Game time Fay Hunter, Coco Beach; two(cents of their dollar for food. program with Its democratic
four-year program for a B.S. Degree IsSp.m. sons Paul. Jr. and Charles H. I process of having a local unit

1', In R.N. and 1200 a semester The Bunnell "V Team was both of Flagler Beach four step ,, of government and local people

or trimester toward a full beaten by Hastings "B" Tram sisters and one step-brother of SUNDAY SERVICES to supervise its one of many

. degree in teaching. Monday night by a score of 60. I'I Birmingham. Also surviving are ways America keep a bountiful .

The Bunnell "B" plays FloridaD five grahdchildem.I : FIRST METHODIST"Our food supply at reasonable

. The long double-edged "saw"of 4 B school -B" team here inl I I I Pallbearers were E. J. Chaffee, Glorious Gospel" will be I rlnos.

the sawfish exhibited at )Ia.r Bunnell Monday night, October I I I Bernie L. WIlson T. J. Miller the sermon subject of Rev E. E. I

rineland is equipped with from 18. Game time 7:30 p. m. Don Rapp, Charles Meeklns. andII. I Snow pastor Sunday at the CIGARETTE TAX

r 21 to 32 pairs of teeth. The saw., I The coaching staff Is proud of I I V. Peavy. ,I morning worship at 11 a. m. The TO MUNICIPALITIESCigarette

fish, unless provoked is not I the Vanity In their losing cause Arrangements were under direction Scripture Text will be Romans tax funds rebated to

p considered dangerous to man. I because they didn't quit. Each of Craig Tunes Home 11:18 "For I am not ashamed of Flagler County munidplalltle

boy played as well as he I I of BunnelL __ -- --- I the Gospel of Christ for It U the I from August collections totaled
The sea cucumber a marine could. Maybe we will Jell In the 'power of God unto salvation to, the following;

r animal exhibited at Marineland. near future I IU Passes Attempted 7 everyone that twlleveth". Bunnell, $2,8/13.87.

. has the ability to cast out its Bunnell. Baldwin ,,3 Passes Completed 2 Sunday School will meet at Fiagler Beach 11,27130.Beverly .

, Internal organs when excited. 13 First Downs 12 3 Fumbles List 2 0.43: a. m. and Senior and Intermediate I Beach 173.61.MarlneUnd. .

It can then generate a new set 198 Yards Rushing 216 o interceptions 1 Youth Fellowship at $180-97.

of replacement organs. 14 Yards Passing 35 3--tO Punta 3-37 6.30 p. m. I Painters Hill HU4.






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PAGE TWO ,rem ELAGLER TRIBUNE, BUNNELL, FLORIDA Thursday, Oct. 14, 1965
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Children NeedBreakfast program director, Water Supplyand I program is designed for the food I usage Is necessary," Extension I NOTICE OF SALE
You are hereby notified
that I
Pollution Control, Public Industry. Representatives from
upon the Interest
Dr. Robert E. rtX'Mle of
food technologist i
Health Service, Atlanta, Ga., : management, production, and the property STUCKER hereinafter In described and to

pointed out reasons for problemsIn technical departments of food Matthews said today. and a sale will be held at the front "i

Children are more apt to do water use and quality. Water ,' processing Industries from all I door House of In the Bunnell Flagler. Florida County Court com

well in studies and recreation if distribution at points needed Is' over the United States are participating IN TUB CIRCUIT COURT. SEVENTH o'clock mencing In betweeen the forenoon the hours and of 3 0'-11

to school with a good inadequate and there should be I in the sessions. Jl:UICIAL CIRCUIT, IN clock In the afternoon of the 22nd
they
go COUNTY
<
AND FOR I I of
day
of water. The 70 'The future growth end 'LAUtKII. NO. October A. D. 1165 of prop-
breakfast, say nutritionists with greater reuse pros FLORIDA I: erty levied upon by me and herein;

the Florida Agricultural Exten percent increase In urban population perity of the food industry in CATHERINE 3142 JEROl\ i, after ecutlon described In my, under hands Writ Issued of Ex

sion Service. the Improved standardsof Florida and the'Southeast depends Plaintiff, to that certain Judgment pursuant entered -

Back your children up with a living with a per capita Increase upon adequate supplies ELMER E. .VI-JEROME.Defendant.. ,I County In the Circuit Florida Court, on for the Seminole 27th-

good breakfast every day. You'llnot in water consumption, of good water. Conservation of NOTICE TO APPHAIt I day of In ohfclt'Record... Book and recorded -

only be starting them off and the increase in productionand the present supply through con THE STATE ELMER OF E. FLORIDA JEROME, TO Page 259. Public Records of Flag IS,

right in the morning, you'll be type of goods account for trol of pollution and efficient c/o Anna LeFluer ler The County.property Florida.to be sold Is the

helping them develop a habit I other problems I Albany 280 Clinton, New Avenue York rea being! property in Flagler situate lying and

Changing' land practices and You are hereby notified that a County, Florida
valuable to them all their lives.If .
I suit for divorce has been filed I "PARCEL
breakfast is a problem at' the use of fertilizers, insecticides WANTADS"LUtlngs against you In the above entitled Southeast corner 1: Beginning of Section at the 19,

'house, careful planningmay I cultivation practices, and cause and you Plaintiffs are hereby Attorney.required I Township IS South Range SO East
your to serve upon I I a. a point of reference and
forestation are contributing factors whose name and address appear running -
be the answer.If thence South 8( degrees 45
under this heading are hereon, your written defense If minutes West
the family eats different. Rogers said.Techniques 3 cents a word, each insertion. any said to the Bill of Complaint In I of Section 19 a along distance the South of 2.882.09 line
of waste. disposaland suit, on or before the ISth feet to a point of
time, or if a child must be left 75 cents is the minimum chargeFOR day of November 1985, else decree the Easterly right-of-way Intersection with

to eat breakfast alone, keep water pollution preventionare pro.confesso will be entered againstyou. l of State Road No. 1S4 boundary (now-
the SALE Complete skating : State Road No. 11) thence
readyto-eat foods on hand or being discussed during WITNESS my hand and seal of 2 degrees 24 minute. North
rink tent and skates. Phone said this 12th day of Octo- 30 seconds
three-day short course. Court West along the said
foods that take little Easterly
prepara I' b D.. 1965.
tion. Stock plenty of fruit, Directed by the Florida Agricultural EmU Mlzanin, 4373202. 14-ltp. (SAt) E. A. SMYTHE ri Road-No.'-wrl4 (boundary now State of Road State No.
---- Clerk of said Court
11).
a distance of
the
Extension Service 767.21
juices, and ready-to-eat cereals. I FOR SALE-4 room house on lot By Julia U.Peputy Harvey Clerk I a crf :rotnh beginning of this feet de to-

Hard cook eggs and fix bacon I 100x225, Deen Road, Bunnell, W. L. WADSWORTH IS minutes; SO seconds North East(7 degrees

early to leave for latecomers.If I NOTICE $3800.00. Immediate occupancy. P. O. Box 19* tance of 124.60 feet thence a North dis
Bunnell. Florida 2
degrees
mother works, every morn i I Notice Is hereby given that pursuant Contact F. Mandzlara, Rt. 1, Box Attorney for Plaintiff I West a distance 24 minutes of (72 feet SO seconds
I to motion seconded Oct. 14-i-S & Nov. 4-Ite South ; thence
87
Ing minute counts. Mix frozen- and eduiry Te'Boardof 7 Bunnell about house next door. seconds West aedlaanceloft334.b0
fresh County Commissioners of Flags IN TUB CIRCUIT COURT, SEVRNTII feet to
Juice or orange Casimir : an Intersection
squeeze BankowskL
ler County, Florida, at the Regular 10.14.2tc JUDICIAL CIRCUIT, IN E with the
Juices the night before. Chill Meeting of said Board heldon AND FOR FLAGLER COUNTY, t.'trlhollh No.- 124 boundary of
the 4th day of October, A. D. ZIG ZAG SEWING MACHINE, FLORIDA Road No. 11): thence (now State
canned Juice overnight. Serve South 2 de
19(5 Inspectors and Clerk of each CHANCKHV NO. CUM grees
,cheese as an alternate for eggs. Election District or Precinct In Repossessed 65 Model Swing NOTICK BY Pllll.lCATIOX IN along the!aide Easterly East
right-of-
Flagler County, Florida were appointed I SUIT FOR DIVOII.CETROT
Needle'Dlal.O.Matlc way boundary of
Serving food your family likes and voting places or pollIng makes LEWIS. 114 (now Road State Road No.

makes breakfast brighter for places or Precinct for each In Flagler Election County District fancy stitches makes buttonholes Plaintiff.vs., lance of (ate to NtCel\ol:; \ dis of
beginning of this
everyone. Just try to see that .I and School Board Defendant. accordance
fruit, cereal or bread (or both), Special Mlllage Election to be held on Tuesday the hems, monograms, embroiders, TO: Mrs. Emma Lewis. SEU with a of survey Section of 1,.a part of the
2nd day of A. D. 1985 dams patches etc. Assume 402 Glass Street South. Township IS
and milk-with sometimes a ajo mceJnt ; remaining Range SO East made by
the said of Commissioners Waycross, Georgia" I). U. Moody
hearty food like meat, eggs, of Flagler County Florida 6 payments of $6.00.Ph. YOU ARE HEREBY NOTIFIEDthat No. 261. during Registered the Surveyor
having appointed the fohowlne that Bill/ of Complaint for Divorce month of May
cheese-are Included in one named persons as Inspectors ana Daytona (collect) 2556431. been filed against you. A.to D.are 1M the. Magnetic and bearings referred;

form or another. Clerk. respectively and having Oct 14-21, 2tp. and you are required to serve a no variation offset Meridian with
designated the following voting or copy of your Answer or pleading EH> and the 84 of AND: The
; for said Election ,the Bill of the the 8WU and
polling places : to Complaint on the W 4 of the
BEG
Preelnet N*. 1 BRAND NEW FRAME HOME, plaintiffs attorneyJOSEPH W.HATCHETT. and the KM of of theNW
Vote In the County Commissioners U South Campbell the E% Of the
14x18 completely finished out 8W%, and the N
Water PollutionPrevention Room In Flakier County Court Street Daytona Beach Florida, EXCEPT the West% of the BW%
house. Bunnell. Florida. side. In Korona across the rail and file the original Answer or o f. Section 88. UO feet there-
Pearl Woods. Geneva Rodgers Pleading In the office of the Clerkof Township IS
Range 29 East. tutl
I Myra Wadsworth. Inspectors: Isabel : road. Price $1000.00. B. Czachor- the Circuit Court on or before Lot 27 of Section AND: The 8
Barrow Clerk. owskl Oct. 14 3tp. the 30th of October, 19(5. If South. Range 19 U. Township IS
talo East
Precinct N*. 2 fall so, judgment by des to a plat of the according
Vote in Flagler Bench Recreation fault will be taken against you for and Land Dupont Railway
Competitive demands for water Center. CIty Hall, Flagler Beach, [The American Automobile Association the relief demanded vTn the Bill of. larly described Company as follows, more particu
of good quality created by domestic Florida. Complaint. Hint at a point 2.110 : Begin
Irene Masemore. Anna MarlBuono needs full time sales DONE AND ORDERED at Bun the section line feet East of

industry, power, agriculture Doris Fllklns Inspectors arepresentative In Flagler Coun nell. Florida this 28th day of 38 and 85 and 2,141 between feet South Sections
Katherine WilsonClerk.. 19(5.E. of
September, the
and section line
wildlife
navigation, Precinct No. 8 ty. A. Smythe, Clerk 36 and 25. being between Sections
recreation uses have increasedto Vote In Haw Creek Community Circuit Court FlaglerCounty formerly a corner of lands
owned
Hall, Flagler County j.lilJ.rl'cker Liberal Commission and Bonuses Florida.By Plerson. thence by Charles T.
the point that uncontrolled Naihla J. Trad, Julia H. Harvey son's lands 6(0 North along Pier-
pollution can no longer be toll Mae Kelfer, Inspectors; Taudy Bowden Complete Training Deputy Clerk. thence East along feet other to lands a point of
Clerk. Life Insurance JOSEPH W. HATCHETT, Plerson 110 feet
erated, a sanitary engineer has Preelnet S-A .14 Houth Campbell Street. South <(0 feet to thence a point West thence
Vote In Church Hall Korona. Paid Vacations Daytona Beach Florida, 110
_' declared. Flaifler County, Florida. Attorney for Plaintiff. t tloPlolntTg beginning AND;

Water Is a requirement so basic Alice Antoinette Slovak, Mary Mlianln. Pension Plan _Sept.. 30. Oct. 7. 14, Shite.IT Range 29 fast. EXCEPT n 14 that South.part
Lyilak Inspectors; Sophie --- of
Contact B. R. ,Burgess 100 Sea said Section 1 lying South and
to any country's economy and Smlglelskl, Clerk. TUB Cllirt'lT COURT !SEVENTH West of the
that the of all other Precinct N*. 4 breeze Blvd. Daytona Beach, JI11ICIAL CIRCUIT. IN: which runs from graded State county Road road No.
growth use
Vote In St. Johns Park Community AND FOR FI.AKMCR (:COUNTY Ill (now _
Hall St. Johns Park, Flagler Florida. 10-14-ltc BI20 State Road No. 11)
Is a I Northwesterly
resources dependent
the
upon County Florida. Lenldq Ill h ltickworth. said Section to West line of
N. Joann Crews, Frances .1. AND: All that
Arthur Harding
plentiful supply, Plaintiff, part
BUNNELL
THEATRE FOR SALE. 12. 14
Joyce Sparkman. Inspectors; Dorothy \ eli Township
Beck, chief sanitary'' engineer, Salyerds. Clerk.1'reelaet Sell with or without equipment, Carson llackworth, and South East of the East existing lying graded North

State Health Department, Mont. Vote In Masonic N.A Hall, Bunnell. Box 237, Lake Butler, Florida TO Defendant.NOTICE DKFKNI. State county Highway road which run* from" said

\ gomery, Alabama, said at a Florida.Amorette Wells Jennie R. Greene 11. A. Dale. 10143tcHOUSE AUTHORITY IN THE NAME OF OK JNIaTATFITON" direction Road No. 11)n/No.a 114 Northwesterly(now State

food Industry short course at the Eleanor Matherly, Inspectors; Nina -. FLORIDA TO CARSON HACK and EXCEIT through said Section 12
Splvey, Clerk. FOR RENT WORTH. WHOSE ADDRESS IS of that part of the EH
University of Florida. Prvelnct N.. S on AlA and UNKNOWN. the EV of said Section 12 ly

"The clothes we wear, the ollolal'e Community Hall 'Pan. 9th St. Flagler Beach. Mrs. Bob You are hereby required to file westerly eU Ala ; wta of the North

food we eat, the electricity we lose PanchellAlice County, Florida.Joyce Patrick Noland, Seville, Florida. Phone pleadings your Answer to the or Complaint other responsive In the State Road No.Road 11) No.known- 114 IlwOI" said

use, the metals in our automobiles Olenda Pelllcer, Inspectors; [ 7492309. 923tfFOR | above entitled cause In the office Ins highway" EXCEPTING as the Perk-
Cora Buckles, Clerk. of E. A. SMYTH E. Clerk of the from lands there
the rubber we ride on, our Precinct N*: &d-A above styled Court at the Court Helen Knight conveyed to Esther
Vote In Johnson Building AlA SALE. LEASE. OR RENT house Bunnell. Florida and t; as co-Executors and W. E. Knight
household appliances the materials of the Estate of
Highway Marlneland, Florida. 2-bedroom serve a copy thereof on Plaintiff K. K. Knight
Florida
that'go Into the construction Margaret; Collins. Helen Ruth room, and solicitor, Alex D. Llttlefleld. Jr. recorded In Deed Deceased by Deed
I I Yelvln ton Blanche A. Andreas, carport beach house unfurnish whole address Is l<5 Mason Av 7/. FUgUr Book II. Pace
of our homes, offices, plants, Inspectors t Coley I). Mitchell, enue. Daytona Beach, Florida on also EXCEPTING County lands records, and
Clerk. ed. Hurricane fence encloses or before the 7th day of October to Walter E. conveyed
and roads all are dependentupon By of eorOI' of County back yard. Call 4373472. A. D. 1945. the nature of this suit Knight by Deed Knlfht and Leon*
rel recorded
a good water supply," he I t o I t County Is a suit for divorce. Records Book 8. In Official
Florida In regular meeting at 92310.14 Inc-Itc HERKIN: FAIL NOT or a Deere let County public, Par, ",. Flag*
continued."If llunnell, Klagler County, Florida, Pro Confesso will boll entered PARCEL; The re ords.
I( this 4th day of October, A. D. 19(5. against for said allure tion 8WH of Sec
we understand the many FOR RENT-1 bedroom duplex The t faU l let Tribune Is dealt 10 Elllt 17. ,Township 11 South. Range

.. sciences involved In stream san (SEAL) OEO. E. WICKLINE. furnished apartment. nated as the newspaper In which PARCEL Si Tit,. 1fof
Couple or the SEU
Chairman of the Board of County this Notice Is to be published one* of Section 11.
itation, we can employ these Commissioners of Flagler. County, single person, reasonable rent a week for Four (U weeks. Rang 10 EasC Township IS South.

sciences to an advantage and Florida. Phone 437.3304 WITNEM my hand and seal at PARCEL 4i t Lot 17 and
9-23tf that
ATTEST AND COUNTY rOM.MIA810NF.HR the ) flat part of Lot 11
gl.ollror\\ eI1"e of
use our water for the benefit of REAL AFFIXED: let a this list and Land ('om Dupont Railway
1<]. A. 8MYTHU. Clerk I will redeem at face day September, A. D. IMS. North and far-th.I'I lying
mankind," the engineer added. Board of County Commissioners value a (Official W'k ule: 8MYTHE. of Dupont rlghlofway -
Herbert of Flagler County, Florida limited number of trade tokens ( C1 Court 29. Township IS Railroad Section
II.
Rogers regional Range
South SO
October 14-Ito Flatter County Florida :
-- issued by Lambert & Moody, By Julia I It. 'Harvey.. "PARCEL $: Tract s
Johnson Lumber & Deputy Clerk. St. John's of mock i.
'Supply Co. Development
Sept. 22-20 Oe 131-Ile Subdivision Company
In
Price and Son Harley L. Freeman -- IS Section 2. Township
Statement required by the Act of Soutr"tR 21 Kast. accordIng -
c/o Flagler Tribune Bun August 31. 1112 as amended by the I. Pag 7. recorded In Plat Book

BROWN & BROWN INC. nell, Fla. 9.23:10-21.lne.p: Code Acts of See.March 2110)L showing 1111 (Till the 39.ownership U.S I. let PARCEL County,public 6:Florida.records of Flag-

management and circulation 14 Government LoU II.
and
11
In
FURNISHED APARTMENT for of The FlagUr Tribune, published 15 South Range Section 18. Township
,I' INSURANCEOUR I weekly at Bunnell. Florida, for Only the 29 East.
rent Phone Harris Appliances, October ltd Tucker In and Interest of JUymon F.,
4373367. 923.tfcor. 1. The names and addresses of be offered for sal to said lands will
and
the publisher editor managing editor sal* sold.
or
and business mansger are tic out the highest
to and pest
PHONE NUMBER IS UPHOLSTERY Bunnell. flPublisheraMrs.; 1U 11. Fuller Bun doltC'f: cash and will continue

i Fla Hwy. 11, will pick up and Editor. from day to day until said
)Ir.. )I. B. Fuller. Bun erty la sold prop
or
deliver all furniture free. For nell Florida. ecution and Judgment said Writ Of Ex
437-3394 2. The owner I. )I. D. Full. are satisfied.
r. DATED this Sist
sample material and priced on Bunnell. Florida day of September

labor call 4373673. 7-1-tf I. ?,fie and known ether bondholders security l holders mortgagees II'i: EDMON8OX.Pept .

: holding 1 percent or more 21-10 A Oct. Sheriff
:,nr.r' 7.U4t.lr .
SEPTIC TANK cleaning: drain of bonds, inertgages -

I fields installed; snail shelL Res- 4. ,Paragraphs or other securities I anH I Include.art None.In

: sonable prices. Call George Ja- casts where the stockholder or security

CRAIG FUNERAL HOME roz. ID 7-3410 8-1-tf books' of holder the company appears as upon trustee the or #t llglr fcribtrarUNNKLU

In any other fiduciary relation the
' -....-. name of the person or corporation FLORIDA
po A. H. CRAIG. Funtral Director for whom such trustee la acting;
JOHNSTON'S also the statements In the two
F paragraphs 11 ns.
ROBERT WORLET. Associate show the affiant's full knowledge U a FULLER. Cditer
FtACLEB BEACH REALTY CO. and belief as to the circumstances -

l' AIRCONDTITONED OXYGEN LOTS. HOMES OCEAN FRONT stockholders and conditions and security under holderswho which D / ..... ......... t.. all
I ,
; LADY WATER FRONT FARMS do not appear upon the books Legal A4vtUtm;
L
Y I ZT EQUIPPED
of the company as tniste*. hold
I A | ACREAGE stock and securities In a capacity T.ntsred u
CHAPEL AMBULANCES Meoncl a1asp ,
.tte
r 'DANT. other than that of bona fld
*
, lee tu for rout real eetat needs awns r. J'ebnal' it 1(13 at the poot-
'I.
Th* average number of ('CIple.of e owes at BnntLIL
. Phone ID 7-3532 Omen Phon lIE 9-2242 each issue of this publication sold Let .f March .. 1370e nort4a.. fader
or distributed,
through the mall *rotherwise
Residence Phones ID 7-3691 to paid subscribers dor*.

201 E. MOODY BLVD. BUNKCLL FLORIDA or ID 7-3517 Ing the It months preceding th* ye.. fs.M

% date shown M. abov B. Fuller was Owner.HIS sit ... __a.>>

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1965
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Milk And FoodSanitarians are Invited -
Interested persons
to attend the meetings in WE GIVE Price Good
Will McCarthy auditorium on, the MET T S Thurs., Fri., Sat.,
University campus, Young said.
Meet Oct. 19-21 TOP Oct. 14 ,15 16

The new milk ordinances and FREE TEST OF GROVETHERMOMETERS VALUE SUPER MARKETSTAMPS ...
code recommended, by the U. S.
Pblic Health Service will be discussed Quantity Right
at the annual meeting of Grove thermometers can be
the Florida Association of Milk checked and tested for accuracy TELEPHONE 437-3201 Reserved
.and Food Sanitarians, October free of charge by the Federal-
19.21, at the University- of Flor Frost Warning Service In Lake- I LYKE'S (SUGAR CREEK)
land, it was announced this
ida.More than 100 representativesfrom week. The same service was
'
state and county health available last year. Smoked Picnics Ib. 39
departments and dairy and allied Growers are urged to take since advantage
of the service
industries will register for ..
the three-day meeting, Howard grove thermometers may vary FLAVOR AGEDCHUCK
Young, extension,dairy technologist in accuracy over a year's time.

and Association secretarysaid. meterologist According, to service W. O.personnel Johnson, ROAST "lb. 49<(

B. C. Pafford, director of the will test thermometers in various
districts early
frost-warning
division of environmental health, I
Alachua' County Health Depart. next month. .
CAPITAL SMOKED
( ) I II
notified later
will be
ment, is president of the Asso- Growers
ciation. Dr. Kenneth Smith department where they should bring their
of dairy science, University thermometers for testing. Link "lb. 39*
of Florida, is president. Johnson said the liquid in the Sausage ;,
elect. thermometer's column- can- separate I
Sanitarians'will hear Irving while in the' field or in
Schlaman U. S. Public Health storage. In most cases instruments
,Service, Washington, D. c., interpret In error can be adjustedfor FLAVOR AGED FLAVOR AGED
the new milk ordinancesand correct readings. Those that ROUND CHUCK \
cannot be adjusted will have the
code. BONE ROAST Lb. 68 STEAK59"
Dr. George K. Davis, Directorof degree of error written on a. tag
Nuclear Science, University of attached' to the instrument.The

Florida on, will fats review in the diet recent as research related remake meteorologists the scale markings will during also Fla. Grade "A" (Cut-up) Family Pkg. LEAN MEATY
the check so they can be Lb. $189
heart disease.
to
FRYERS 5 Bag SHORTOIBS Lb. 49
The effect of epidemics on milk read easily. \
and food will be discussed by Before testing, each thermom-
Dr.'Carlton Prather, of the Florida ter should be tagged at the end
State Board of Health. Dr.I[opposite the bulb end, with the' 50
Milford Bonner, Krim-Ko Corporation owner's name and address written GROUND BEEF 3 s. T PLUS Top Value
will point out .quality I in pencil. The instrument Stamps
control problems as related to, should be canted in an upright I
chocolate industry. I position with the bulb end downto
the The food additive program of: prevent separations In the alcohol FLO-CANE (Fla.) EVER.FRESH (Re,. Loaf)
the Florida Extension Service, column.
made with Johnson said all possible precautions -
and Dairy products
adds rather than cultures will will be taken during SUGAR BREAD .
be discussed. Other topics will testing, but the Frost Warning
Include acidified dairy productsand Service cannot assume responsibility 5 Lb.
detergents that can be broke for breakage or loss. Bag 25-
-- 6 Loaves 750

Limit (1)) with purchase of $5.00 or
24 HourWrecker more food order
Service Limit 6 Please



Flagler Truck & Tractor Co.MASSEYFERGUSON KRAFT QUART EVE (14 0.)

M YONNAISE :: ROLL

Grove Farm Industrial, l Equipment
(OR'YOUR CHOICE)
Phone ID 73242Owner
DECKER
VIRGIL
Bunnell Florida KRAFT QUART C A K E


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after golfbeer's Fresh Produce Delmonte / Can (U. Mt.)

the one... Red Delicious (School Boy) CHUNK TUNA 3 For 89'0'

for good taste, APPLES ::3i"Delmont.
good fun ((303 Can)

Fancy Canadian E G PEAS 4 99'


RUTABAGAS Lb. 9''0
Delmonte (303 Can)

CREAM CORN 5- 99''

FROZEN FOODS _

Winter Garden Kraft (18 0... Jar)


After a hard-played 18 holes, it'i good to FRUIT PIES 3 For S100 APPLE JELLY 3JanS1DO

settle down on a aft chair in the clubhouse
X and add up the score with friends.

What better time for the drink that scores with 50 FREE 100 FREE 50 FREETOP
almost golfer-cool, thirst-quenching beer?
e\erf
TOP VALUE STAMPS VALUE STAMPS
VALUE STAMPS
relax with, for refresh TOP
Yes, beer's great to great
With purchase of With purchase of With purchase of /
menu great for taste. So whatever your sport- 6 Can AlI-FlaYor Twin Packa,. Ever-freh 3 Lb. or More
boating or baseball-swimming or tennis-relax
SEGO POTATO CHIPS Ground Beef
afterwards with the zestful taste of beer Void After
I Coupon Void After Coupon Void After Coupon
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,1 /ager. ; Beach- I I II ;;FLAGLER FOOD STOREBEST jffI T



I COMMUNITY MEMORIAL ; 'I'II: .r:" =1r
_
I, SERVICES !
Flagler Beach To
,,II' Rev. R. W. Dickert will con. MOODYBtVD. & CENTRAL AVE FLAGLER BEACH
I tinue with'the series of sermons Dedicate
on "Birth Pangs of a New Age"at Library, PRICES GOOD QUANTITY RIGHTS
the Sunday morning 11 o' THURSDAY-FRIDAY-SATURDAY RESERVED
clock service at the Community I Firehouse MondayThe OCTOBER 14, 15, 16,, 1965 CLOSED SUNDAYS
Memorial Church. Sunday school Flagler Beach City Commissioners Store Hours Monday thru Thursday, 8 a. m. -6 p. m.-Fri. &: Sat. 8 a.m- 7 p. m.
j wll be at 9:45. Everyone wel are dedicating the
I come. I new firehouse and library build. ALL OUR STEAKS AND BEEF ROAST ARE CUT FROM U.S. CHOICE GRADE
1 Visiting with Mr. an4 Mrs.i iI ing on Monday,October 18,from
WESTERN BEEF-NATURALLY AGED FOR TENDERNESS AND FLAVOR-
I Nage Abraham several days I II' 6 to 9 P.M., it was announced
during the weekend was his today. CUT TO ORDER ON-REQUEST.U. .
I' mother, Mrs. Elizabeth Abraham The Flagler Woman's Club
of New Kensington, Pa. She was members will be hostesses and S. CHOICE GRADE WESTERN U. S. CHOICE GRADE WESTERN
I called to her home early Wed will be assisted by the women ROUND CHUCK
'! nesday morning by the death of the Fire Department Auxili

I I of her sister. "ary.The building is located on STEAKLb.. 89 STEAK Lb. 69
I Mrs. J. D. Perritt has returnedto I Central Avenue adjoining the
her home after spending several I Recreation and City Hall build
days In Dallas and Grapevine ing. It is designed with the FLORIDA GRADE "A" D & D WESTERN CORN FEDWHqLE'
I
Texas. She was called i same architecture of the city FRESH,PORK PICNIC
I there by the serious illness and II;hall construction.
i I death of her sister. I The public is invited to attend. FRYERS u.. 29* ROAST Lb. 45'i

Mr.and Mrs. Ronald Gadapee '
I have returned to their home on Many sea creatures regulate
I. Central Avenue after spending their feeding, their cycles of 'THRIFTWAY (TOP QUALITY) WESTERN CORN -FED
I the summer in Michigan. birth, and their movements by SLICED SLICED PORK''
!I the moon's calendar, accordingto
Mr. and Mrs. William Jaisle scientists at Marlneland. The BACON Lb. 69' STEAKU. .59''
of Seaforth N. Y., have arrived moon has a great influence on
'here to reside. They are locatedin these. creatures, for the tides of
the Schaffler Apartment on the sea are 'harnessed to its
'
Lambert street. phases. I JUST RIGHT FOR SMALL FAMILIES

TO READY WILSON'S EATWILSON'S CORN KING PICNIC HAM I Can Lb. 99'


H ATTENTIONCOUNTY CERTIFIED 1 Lb.
,READY TO,EAT COOKED HAM Can TU.


S. No. 1 SELECT FLO CANE

FLAGLER WHITEPOTATOES FLORIDA'S OWN QUALITY


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, Held Over By Popular Request I

1 with $5.00 or more food order Limit 1 with $5.00 or more food,order

BAMBOO BAR 2/ ROYAL PURPLE 2/ FOOD KING WHOLE

PLUMS 3 For APRICOTS 3 For 79MIX '

GOES GO-GO! OR MATCH MIX OR MATCH

303 SUNLITE 3 Oz. MY-T-FINE

TOMATOES 8 T PUDDINGS 3 For 25JOE '


SATURDAY. OCT. 16, 1965 CRAIN'S FLORIDA GRADE "A"
% 12 OZ. NIBLET LARGE
EGGS 2 DOL 99

\. : CORN 3'-59'

FROZEN FOODS

COME ONE, 'COME ALL. FARM FRESH PRODUCE 8 OZ. RICH CHOCOLATE

HAVE A BALL! SCHOOLBOY JONATHON ECLAIRS Pkf' 39-

4 Lb. Save lOc PackageBAKERY
AT THEBamboo APPLES Bag 33'YELLOW


,COOKING 16 OZ. EVER.FRESH ANGLE FOOD


Bar ONIONS 3 u... 19- CAKE DAIRY Each 39


FANCY TOKAY KRAFTS PURE FRESH ORANGEGRAPES

: FLAGLER BEACH u. W JUICE 3 $1OG.11I.


Directly Across From Pier ...........................r.."'N./V

, 50 E 5O5OIt 50150 50
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Popular Prices On All Drinks FREE
S& H GREEN STAMPS S& H GREEN STAMPS S & H GREEN STAMPS

With this coupon and your With this coupon and your With\ this coupon and
t HOWEVER, DUE TO THE ADDED EXPENSEWE your
purchase of purchase of one Twin Pac purchase of (1) 10 oz.JarFeller's
MUST CHARGE BROOM or MOP poil -fresh CHIPS Instant Coffee
'
'.. $1.00 per Person Admission Coupon Expires Coupon Expires Coupon Expire
Saturday, Oct. 16, 1965 Saturday, Oct. 16, 1965 Saturday ,Oct 16, 1965

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TURKEY NECKS $ '
4 lb*. :(

LOCALS I t rchan OX TAILS .4 lb*. $1

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1 r PIG TAILS 4 lbs. $1

RIB TIPS 5 $1
ALLMAN BASS WELLS TO CELEBRATE lb..

Of interest to their many I FIFTIETH WEDDING HOG MAWS 5 lb*. $iff. '
friends Is the engagement and
approaching marriage of Mrs. ANNIVERSARY SUNDAY NECK BONES 5 lb. $1

Maetta Allman and Mr. Ross. W. Friends of Mr. and Mrs. Henry
Bass, both of Bunnell. Wells are Invited to call at their'
A quiet ceremony will be performed home, 1114 East Moody Boulevard Florida Grade "A" D & D CUT TO ORDER
October 23, 1965 at'1:30 Bunnell, Sunday afternoon
p. m. In the presence of ''a few between the hours of 3 and 6. .
close friends, at the home of the Open house is being held ob FRYERS ., lb 29< .j
. brldeSouth Moore street. serving their Golden \\Vedding
Following the ceremony a reception Anniversary
will be held at the Bun .f
nell Civic Center to which all House guests of Mr. and Mrs. U. S. D. A. ChoiceCHUCK
friends and relatives are invitedto Jim Krantz last Wednesdaythru
attend. Sunday were Jim's parents, ROAST'Ib '
The bride Is the daughter of Mr. and Mrs. C. 1.. Krantz of 49
Everett Durrance of Bunnell and Cocoa Beach.
is presently employed by A & P On Friday Mrs. C. A. Krantz
Food Stores of Daytona Beach. and Mrs. Jim Krantz celebrated I \
Mr. Bass is a member of the their birthday anniversaries at U. S. D. A. Choice Lean Western .
Florida Highway Patrol and has the Krantz Home in Bunnell.On ROUND
resided in Bunnell for the past Saturday evening Mr. and BONE ROAST lb. 59' PORK STEAK 59!
six years. He vis the son of Mr. Mrs. Vince Choltko entertainedMr. ,
and Mrs. C. L. Bass of Boca Raton and Mrs. C. A. Krantz and
Mr. and Mrs. Jim Krantz at
Florida. a U. '
S. D. A. ChoiceCHUCK
dinner party at their home on
Visiting with Mr. and Mrs. North Bacher street Copeland's "Ranger",Slab
STEAK lb. 59-
Walter Creal, Mrs. Lily Creal .
and the Charles E. Creal family, J. B. High of Washington D. C.:
Bunnell, last week were William arrived Monday for a visit with: SMOKED ,BACON
R. Creal, his daughter Mrs. Mary his mother, Mrs. Virginia High, Valleydale SmokedPICNICS 6 to 8 lb. Avg.
Virginia Spelden, and Miss North Pine Street. lb. Pound
Lyra Stevens, all of Nashville, 39* 4ge
Tenn. William Creal is the I Mrs. Neva Eisenbach and N
brother of Walter and the late granson Hervey, have returnedto Red and White 12 o:. Jar
Charles R. Creal of Bunnell. i their homes here after a visit PEANUT For
In Vero Beach with Mr. and Mrs. BurrER' 3 shoo
Mrs. Ferris Solomon and Mrs. John Sutherland and family.
T. H. Wadsworth have returned They accompanied Mrs. Dale
home from Miami where they Brown Jr., who was going to Armour Star S ;. Can OLEO
spent several days ,at the Ap- West Palm Beach to attend a VIENNA SAUSAGE 4 ForT
parel Shows in Miami. Mrs. Solomon meeting'of Home EC Teachers.Mrs. lib.
is manager of the Land 5C
and Sea Fashions of Bunnell. Zack Holland and Mrs. O'Sage (With Snaps) 303 Can

H. T. Cook have returned home" For Limit 2 with $5.00 or more food order
FIELD PEAS 'I00
Mrs. Edith Allen has returned after spending last week in 6
home from a visit in Jefferson, West Palm Beach. They attend
Mo., with her brother and sisterin ed the Florida Division Conven
Van Camp'sPORK (Limit 4 Please)
Old Milwaukee 12 Bottle
law, Mr. and Mrs. Ralph tion of the U.D.C. oz.
Choate. Mrs. Holland is a division of. & BEANS 300 IOe 6
fleer and Mrs. Cook was repre Can BEER Mon 89*

Mr. and Mrs. T. E: Holden of sentatlng the local General Joseph
Bunnell and Mr. and Mrs. Sam E. Johnston U.D.C. Chap (Plus Deposit)
MAXWELL HOUSECOFFEE
Black of Elllnor Village are going ter.
to Ellzabethton. Tenn.. this
week end to attend the Silver Mr. and Mrs. Nolen Melson, FROZEN FOODS I
Wedding anniversary of Mr. and LaGrange Park, Illinois, were
Mrs. Julian CaudilL Mrs. Caudill visitors In the home of Mr. and
is the daughter of the Holdens Mrs. Walter Creal, Bunnell, Oct 1 ft 49* Winter, Garden 8 ox. Pk,.
and sister of Mrs. Black. 9 and 10. The Melsons, former BEEF-CHICKEN-TURKEY
neighbors of the Creal, are con Limit 1 with $5.00 or more_food order
Mrs. Mary Bans is recovering sidering retirement to Florida in MEAT PIES 6ForllBORDEN'S
at the Bunnell General Hospital 1967. They spent two weeks visiting !
after undergoing surgery there with other friends South FRESH PRODUCE -
Saturday morning. She is reported Florida and, In the Tampa-St.
Petersburg area. California Red Tokay
as recovering satisfactorily.
"" EVAPORATED
GRAPES fOe
Levi Brannam Jr., left Fridayfor ,
I
Davenport, Iowa where he Georgia Red Sweet MILK I
PHIL KESTERSMALL will begin his studies at the 'lb
APPLIANCE Palmer College of Chiropractic. f.TOES fOe 6 Carton 69 C


REPAIR THANK YOU "' Limit t.l with $5.00 or more food order
1744 S. Ocean ShoreBoulevard I would like to thank my CARROTS fOe
friends for their cards, flowers,
and visits during -... -'".
gifts my stay
Ph. 39.2288 Flogltf Beach In the hospital and my recuperation -
at home. Your thoughtfulness 5ORi1 Irwin
No TV or RefrigerationAT has meant much to me. { 50
PRESENT TIME I Zena Muzyka I

(More ea page I) : 'with coupon A. purchase* with coupon & purchase< /with coupon 8t purchase
of (1) Giant Size of (1) 46 oi. Can < of (1)) Pkr. of 4
CHEER John.on GLO-COAT LIGHT BULBS

Coupon Void After Coupon Void After Coupon Void After
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In Florida walks, plant beds, banks and I I I equipment is not absolutely necessary ing is complete, it Is often pos. sible to make Some changes to .

Gardening other features that will affect but it is important to

(By Herrer Sharp) I the landscaping project. I I I at least/ put your plans on pa let the existing plants remainin

Use graph paper in making per. Perhaps -all you need Is their location. v
like lass because I
is lovely
A plant I Ii a pencil and a piece of cast-off
1 an accurate plot plan to represent ,
\ both depend on shape I
the size and shape of the wrapping paper. --
i
and color for best eye appeal. I I P i.v COURT OP TUB COUNTY
lot the size shape and location JVUGK' FLAOLKU COUNTY,
,
;
Plants have the advantage!i 1 When plants are already in S4a I STATE OF "'LOIUD.In \.
shape-wise because it takes only of the house; trees, and I place, the problem is to plan r re the Estate of
PHOEBK M. ANDERSON,
other features. When the planis
a snip of the shears to get back the best use of the area and I Deceased.IN .
drawn to scale, all the fea the to the PRORATE
adapt plan existing
to the proper form, while it I To All wren It Mar: C..ffral
may take months of dieting to tures'will be in the same relationship plants. It is often difficult to Notice Is D"lRIb"n; that ALBERT
as they have on the L. filed his
take off unsightly growth on I Include poorly spaced plantings Prompt Service final report. Administrator of the
property.A into a first-rate good-looking estate of PHOEBE M. ANDERSON,
the young lady. deceasedthat he filed his petition
On the other hand, it is not ruler with several different!I landscape. Therefore, it is a II The Flagler Tribune will for Anal discharge Honorable and that he
apply to the T.
K.
practical to apply lipstick end scales, a triangel, a T-square I good Jdea to make the landscape I McKNIOHT. County Judge of Flag.

to and drawing board are useful in drawing without ,considering i ler County. Florida, on the 29th
several times a day |
rouge I Phone IDlewood 7-3282 day of October, 1969. for approvalof
an ornamental. So, the color in drawing landscaping plans. This 1 "trap" plants. After the draw. I II I I BunnelL Florida Administrator same and for of final the discharge estate as of

plants must be natural. PHOEBE M. ANDERSON deceased,
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29th day of 1(69.
Color, other than green is one WHY $O 'L.Ua4CHUMA.U't I OM.ftMK IS THAT Albert L. Anderson
WITH A SMOOTH USCO AW.I COT I SUTALURNON1 YOU
sUT ifS 'THEMOTUIR.O. Administrator of
distinctive qualities the
the most
of CAR ROM A OtPCNDA&LI STICAIWA** SAID YOU* .
:. I WIFE WAS A PIARL. PIARL estate of PHOEBE M.
of plants. Therefore, color gives MALE L.IKK Crl 1)61.6 THAT alvtS METROUSLE ANDERSON deceased.
f First publication Sept.- 30, 1965.
accent to landscaping. KRANTZMOTORS 4 Sept. 30. Oct. 7. 14. 21. 4tc.II .
Warm colors-red, orange and 1 -
r K 8 OLUTION
yellow-are advancing colors. i WHEREAS It Is necessary and
They are useful in landscape OUMTA M V4 't AS A LAM Imperative that additional revenue
to that to be raised by General
work to decrease the apparent Levy be obtained for the operationand
distance. Colors add a welcome maintenance of the publlo free
schools
In Special Tax School Dis
touch to your home. trict No. \ In Flagler County, Flor.
ida a* created under and by virtueof
Cool colors are receding and fiM the laws of the State of Florida
give the impresslonxof distance.So and this Board estimated that for
the next two year a 10 mill tax
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,,if you desire to keep the tax on the real and personal property,
telephone, telegraph and railroads.
collector away from your door, In said district Is necessary for

try planting cool colors blue, the exclusive purpose of operating
Leaf miners? and maintaining the public
green and violet. ,Cool colors free schools In said district.:

also make the house look farther VED THEREFORE.HY! the Board BK of IT Public RESOL Instruction

back on the lot. This is of Flagler our.tcalied ). Florida
I that an election hereby
cheaper than moving the house. to be held on the date herein
Texture is another thing to \ fied fixed for the purpose herein speci

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consider in selecting plants for HE IT FURTHER RESOLVED
BY said Board that an .election
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your landscape.It is a measureof ..' .\ shall be and Is hereby ordered tq
the or fineness of be held In Special Tax School Dis
coarseness trict No. 1, Flagler
an ornamental. ida, at the voting I pV.tYin said

Texture is mainly the size, 't the District 2nd day hereinafter, of November.designated IMS. on at

and of which election shall be submitted
number, spacing type
to the qualified electors qualified
leaves, flowers, and fruits. Texture I : to vote In such election, residing
In said District,
who have paid
is also measured by the '
ap- \ taxes on real or personal property
perance of the leaves, such as In said District, as required by
law the following, proposition, to-
dull, glossy or dark. .' wit:

Lines-shapes, In the case of mills Determination of the District of the Reboot number Tax of In

the young lady-of a plant are ". Special Tax School District No. 1
to be levied for each of the next
measured by how it grows. Lines succeeding two years for the exclusive

Include vertical, horizontal, maintaining purpose the public of :operating: free :schools and

arching, drooping and irregular. \ of mill.said... District, the estimated
required for each of the
Vertical lines like aralia, nan next two 10 mills.
DRIT LU1tTliult
RESOLVED
dina, and saw cabbage palmetto BY THIS BOARD,
.. !. that the follow
can be used.to complement 'i1 ,. ing places are hereby
\ as polling .* In said District,
vertical lines of a building or In which said election la to held
PRECINCT NO. 1 I unnell-
horizontal element
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to contrast a Court House.PRECINCT.

> -like ,the hump of earthof /1 ;.' NO. I Flagler Beach
t Municipal
Building.
a partly aboveground fallout ......,. (I'. : PRECINCT NO I Haw Creek-
Community
shelter. ( Building
: PRKCINCT NO. 1-A }Korona-
For irregular lines, try plant- I Church Hall.PRECINCT.
., ," to', NO. 4 Bt. Johns
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prlvit Park
Ing spirea or Japanese rI -Community! Hall.

If you like depressive moods, I ... '.:.{ Masonic PRKCINCT Temple.NO. 4-A BUDneU-

then set out Jasmines and pow. PRECINCT NO. I Espanola.
Community Hall.
derpuffs. These plants are said PRKCINCT NO. I-A A1A High-
war-Johnson's Fruit Stand.
lines.
to have drooping The foregoing election precincts
Regardless of what you plantbe being all the election precinct In
said Special Tax School District
sure to have a landscaping NODJ 'rTnf Florida.
plan .before placing the first RESOLVED
that this Board shall
appoint the
root in the soil., This will prevent person who are to be Inspectorsand

backaches later when you place clerk at for which each Paid respective election pollIng Is-

and crowded to be held and shall publish said
dig move 9rna. I
names as required by law.
mentals. FIGHT BACK BE IT FURTHER RESOLVED
I IORTHOL that there shall be prepared and
in
The first step making a furnished to said Inspectors of

I landscaping plan Is to make a election the necessary for use ballot at said boxes election and

map or a diagram of the lot existing ballot as required by law: that

features. This plan should said the form election of shall ballot be to substantially be used In

show buildings, trees, roads, a* follows:
SPECIAL TAX ftflinnt DISTRICT
_Fr... I'_ NO. t, ELECTION FOR FLAOLER
I, COUNTY FLORIDA. HELD ON

HASTINGS MATTRESS NOVKMIIKR BALLOT FOR 2. SCHOOL IMS. TAX PI8TRICT .

& UPHOLSTRY WORKS WITH : NO. 1, MILLAOK LEVY.
I INSTRUCTIONS TO VOTERS: In
710.12 Lemon St. dicate by marking an "X" In the
space after line 1., whether you
Palatka Florida favor the proposed mlllag levy
which Is
necessary for the approved
Phone EA 5-9166 school term. If you favor a dif
ferent levy, write the levy
Fu itu"\ Upholstering after:
you favor line I.
& Unfinished

I' Mad Mattresses Repaired\o Order&, Also Box Renovated Springs DIBROM penetrates the leaf to kill leaf miner larvae-controls adults too! 1. Estimated for I regular mlllage term Ill levy) mill required a*.


4 Call Laura Morris <<31.3233.i Minutes after you spray with DIBROM 8 Emu ie leaf miners will be dead or I. Other mlllage levy.

.i After 6:00 P. M. nE IT FURTHER RESOLVED

PRICES REASONABLE. dying...even larvae that have wormed their way'into plant tissue.This same of BY the said calling Beard and that holding this Resolution of said

BUDGET PLAN IF NEEDED. election shall b* published once
Just as near as your DIBROM schedule will also dean up worms, aphids and a host of other insects. each weeks week for four consecutive
In the
Post Office Flagler Tribune, anewspaper
Phone or
of
Drop JJi A Card or Call Because of its short residual life DIBROM 8 Emulsive is leu harmful to beneficial throughout the general County of circulation Flagler

\ Free Pick-up & Delivery and published In said County, thata
insects. It's safer than notice specifying the name of
most organic phosphates.It the Inspector and clerk of elec
.... tion In said District, shall be pub.
.rlL. mixes readily with water, and is compatible with most lisped least once. In said newspaper at
before the
PETERSON holding of .
I SERVICE insecticides and fungicides. So if you grow tomatoes, UK IT YUIITHE/IKo"RESOLVED
BY said Board that the Chairman
I ROAD SERVICE 1'1'1 and Secretary of this Board are
I I watermelons, peppers, cucumbers, summer squash or Instructed to take all other or fur
Light Mechanical the step a* may be needful la
Phone 431.3UI. ORTHO celery (it's registered for use on 35 crops) fight back accordance Resolution) Into with effect.law to carry this

:. ... La. f ... PASSED In open session by the
4 against leaf miners this year with ORTHO DlBROM. Board of Public Instruction of
--- DIB ROM Flagler County Florid, at Its
meeting on the 7th day September,

O. F. ALPORD "Helping the World Crow Better" A. P.) 19M. Harold Em.ry.

Chairman of the hoard of
Registered Public Instruction of Flagler .
CHEVRON CHEMICAL COM PANY.OIITMO OimiO( County. Florida.
Real Estate Broker iu ...."7oe7.Od..et.11.iW. ATTEST:
Coy O Harris. Jr.

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Need For Trained skills, and facilities which must
be devoted to solving problemsof "

water supply and water waste r
ManpowerTheneed control, Faber pointed out.

for trained 1
manpower
Discussing economic factors in
GML
to solve problems of water
industrial pollution control, Dr.
and is
supply pollution a majorone
David B. Smith, president DavidB.
a U. S. Public Health official
said today.A Smith Engineers* Inc., Gaines.
vllle, said :that even in water. .
total of 6,000 engineers and .
15,000 scientists for research, rich Florida there are supply ;. And ye shall be my sons and daughter,.
teaching, operating, and administrative problems-particularly in areas Saith the Lord Almighty.
of heavy population and Industrial -
positions need to be \ Hosea 1:10: Isaiah 43:6
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concentrations.From
trained before 1970: Harry A. \
Faber, chief, research and train. Industry's viewpoint, the We are, Indeed, all children of
most advantageous method of:
ing grants branch, U. S. Public God. Every man every individ
Health Service Washington, D. wastewater disposal is to use L ual has equal! opportunity to be
C said. public facilities, Smith said. lieve in God, to accept salvation.
From this system, industry It is a birthright, made possible .
The need for to
people provide
God's love all.
would receive such economic through for
ideas information, and man benefits as reduced treatment Herein lies the strength of
power cannot be overemphasized Christianity. Herein lies tho
costs because of the increased
he told the 5th Annual Short strength of the individual Chris
Course for the Food Industry at base, availability of grant mon tian. If we believe in God and ,
the University of Florida. ies to the system, lower costs of I understand the example of the
borrowed capital to finance the life Of Christ upon earth, wo accordingly
The nation seriously needs system, and no expenditures for find it easier to meet
new technical Information and treatment plant. the trials and temptations of life

'a large resource of competent: The Short Course, an Introduction I \ d and others.to recognize. the rights of

manpower. Educational Institutions to water pollution in the The hope of salvation, which '
are major sources of scientific food Industry, attracted food In. IAiivi is peace eternal, is God's promise
knowledge and the producers dustry technicians and execu to all mankind. We must remem
of coming generations of tives from all over the United ber however that God expects
scientists and engineers. 'These States. The Florida Agricultural ''I something ot us in return.

institutions, and other non-profit Extension Service directed the I

agencies have the personnel program.

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Heat i Ia not wasted on the ceiling and out the InataU anywhere-and lti
first. you can for.t type fuel. and it adds to the Joy of
chimney. Don't COM off rooms this winter and pay Needs no attention completely auto. modern llvinf.matic. .
high fuel bills to boot...order your new Stegler now. No open flamea, no conaUnt-burninj ,
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PAGE EIGHT FLAGLER TRIBUNE, BUNNELL, FLORIDA Thursday, Oct. 14, 1965
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unneIJ 1- The class also voted upon our CANAVERAL LOCK Sen. Spessard Holland at special old, and records indicate that-
oItbjh I graduation invitations and ceremonies on Aug. 21. '
GETS RESPONSE they grow to a weight in excess -
Schoolyam measured for our class rings
of 850 pounds.
which ,due in December.So .
are FROM BOATERSMore
Popular belief is that sea
Bunnell High School SupervisIng as you can see our Junior
I turtles grow slowly and live to
boats and
than 1500
F. Clifton, has started off to be a very
Benton year
Principal barges used the Canaveral Lock hundreds of years old; however, A boat of ancient design is
Jr. has been named to a three- i I I busy and prosperous year.; during Its first five weeks of operation no one knows. They do grow still used by Welsh fishermento
Catherine Stanish
man school plant survey by the I Reporter, the U. S. Army Corps of rapidly in captivity and reach net salmon, from the swift
Survey Section, State Depart Engineers reported today. adult size within ten years. Log- waters of the River Teifl. Their
ment of Education.The SCHOOL CAFETERIA gerhead turtles at Marineland craft, a coracle, consists of a
Hubert II. Wilier, Jacksonville
school plant surveyis
first OBSERVES NATIONAL have weighed as much as 300 wicker frame covered with pitch
scheduled for Seminole County Resident Engineer, said 1,564
pounds when only seven smeared caliCO
years
October 25.29 for the purposeof SCHOOL LUNCH WEEKThe vessels of all sizes passed ---
evaluating the educational through the 90-foot-long lock be.
facilities of the county. The Bunnell School Cafeteriais tween Aug. 21 and the end of
total operation of the survey is observing' National School September.Of .
under the supervision of Dr. Lunch Week by observing the this number Wilier said GULF SOLAR HEAT
Charles E: Chick from the Florida :I program in the menus. there were 259 barges and tugs
their featured
State Department of Education Tuesday menu using the facility. Oil barges
in Tallahassee. Florida products, which included heading to and from the utility I

Report cards for Bunnell High I Flagler County Mashed Potatoes plants on the Indian River were Kerosene and Fuel Oil Deliveries
Fried Florida Chicken
School, grades 7.12 will not be heavy users of the new Canaveral
and Florida vegetables.
issued until Friday, October 15 Lock, Army Engineers reported CANNON'S GULF SERVICE
or Monday October 18 'due to Wednesday was a Mexican .
delay in the shipment of the menu; Thursday will be Chinese Pleasure boats 'accounted for ,
and Friday will include AtA FLAGLER BEACH
cards. the bulk of the lock traffic, but
I Italian food.
Coast Guard vessels,. shrimp
Junior' Class I The cafeteria participates in boats and floating dredge plants ,8;00.a. m.-7:00 p. m.. 9-9224
On October 8th the Junior the federal lunch room program also added to the Impressive
7:00 m.. and 9-2451
Class held a class meeting to 'p. Sundays -
I and receives ,government: commodities first-month 'total
discuss planse for homecoming.The *
each week. The students The lock was ''dedicated by
president of the class appointed pay 35 cents for lunches. .
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chairman ,for different If they were not participatingin .. ;
committees. Those appointedare the federal program students
: Delores Deen, dance- chairman I would pay 50 to 55 cents for a NOW! A WHOLE NEW SERIES OF ULTRA-LUXURIOUS CHEVROLETS'GGCAPRICE
; Ann Hugas, class float j I lunch.
chairman;!I. Alan Jones, parade
chairman} Kathy, Emery, publicity I I
chairman; Catherine,Stanlsh, SUNDAY SERVICES
Homecoming election.
FIRST BAPTISTSermon
The date ,of Homecoming has
not been decided upon previousto topics at the First
this date. Baptist' Church Sunday will be

F" .. in the morning, "What's YoursIs
Mine". The evening service
Community will continue the study In the
book of Revelations. Chapters
BY CHEVROLETCaprice
Memorial ChurchIdterde.eml.atle..I eight through twelve will be

taught this week. Question considered
AIR CONDITIONED this week will Include:

Daytona AT*.' What did John mean by "The
woman clothed with the Sun?"
FLAGLER BEACH
What is represented by the Red
Sunday School 10:00: A.M. Dragon. What is meant by the
Church Service 11:00 A.M. Dragon at war with the woman?

a W. DICKERT, PMtorHVBIIVONB All are invited to attend
WELCOME I Bible Studies.

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1744 Ocean Shore Blvd. (Continued from Page 5)
Mr. and Mrs. Russell Improto
REPAIRS ON TV'S and sons, Rusty and Dudley,

WASHERSDRYERS left Wednesday morning for x > I
Birmingham Alabama where
they will reside. Mr. Improto Is
Call Collect 672.0377 employed with the Lehigh Portland -
Cement and was transfered Custom Sedan-with superb new
ALL WORK GUARANTEED from the Bunnell plant to Birmingham Body by Fisher elegance inside and out.
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AUCTIONEVERY

:THURSDAY NIGHT STARTING 7:30

This Thursday night we will auction yard goods for

4 dresses, drapes, upholstery, and slip covers

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New Dishes, towels and mechanic tools and many Caprice Custom Wagon-with fine new look
other things. of hardwood paneling on sides and tailgate.

.. The auction will be open every day from 9:30 a. m.
5 for sales and consignments.Come .
to
p. m. your Everything it takes to create a distinguished armrest. And In the equally opulent

I and look around, bring anything you have for luxury car has gone into these Custom Wagons, offered in 2or 3-seat

ale on commission bat!*. new Caprices. models,you can even order carpeting for

Beneath the formal styling elegance the cargo area.
I FLAGLER BEACH AUCTION that sets the Custom Coupe apart, for Each model rides super Jet-smooth.

BggfflggffiSgggWK IE*] instance, you'll find thick wall-to-wall And for incomparably smooth power,

.,/\.J".V."'.Yro"..Ar..Va.v.............................. carpeting comfort-contoured seats and you can specify Chevrolet's advancedthe
look of hand-rubbed walnut on the Turbo-Jet V8 in either a 396or 427-

i FOR ALL HOURS-DAY OR NIGHT instrument panel, glove compartment cubic-inch version.

and inside door panels. You can order a The price of it all? Somewhat moro

, AMBULANCE finely instrumented console, together thanyou'reusedtopayingforaChevrolct.
PHONE VAlley 4 1625 with new Strato-bucket front seats. But less,as your dealer will happily con
SERVICE
ST. AUGUSTINE. FLORIDA In the Custom Sedan a new Strato- firm-than the select class of fine cars these

back front seat is available with bucket new Caprices Invite comparison ........
Never t* bwltunt about calling a Garcia Ambulant Wart .....,
type contours separated by a fold-down with in every detaQ.
always at your service with promptness safety and

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