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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 21, 1965
Publication Date: -1981
Frequency: weekly
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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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Club Observes REVIVAL BEGINS Rev. Snow Brings CUB SCOUTS MEET Tom Adams Guest
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I JAP PENTECOSTAL 'I I AT MASONIC LODGE I

Third Birthday : Final Message Speaker At Farm
|HOLINESS MONDAY ,I II i I HALL THURSDAYSMrs. ,

Installs OfficersThere i I The Pentecostal Holiness :[t Sunday Morning I T. A. Jones, Den Motherfor Bureau BanquetSecretary

I Church located on Deen Road, : the Cub Scouts, said they
56 members and of State Tom Adams,
were announces a revival beginning: In announcing the service at will meet each Thursday after I
when the Flag. speaker at the Annual
guest
guests present Monday night October 25. Services I I First Methodist Church for next noon at 3:30: at the Masonic
Club met meeting and of the
Senior Citizens banquet
ler begin at 7:45 p. m. I{Sunday Rev. E. E. Snow, interim Hall, Bay Street. I'
evening Oct. 19, to observe II Flagler Farm Bureau Tuesday
Tuesday The evangelist is the Rev. I pastor had this to say: On Saturday, October 23, at
and to I night said
its third :
birthday Jimmy Whltfield of Mt. Olive, Thank you First Mthodist! 2 p. m. will registration
install new officers for the 1965- I 1 "We in Florida in all levels
I IN. C Thank you with all the sincerity for the Cub Scouts. They are
which Oct.. 15. In of government and In all
66 year began Rev. VVhltfleld Is also the pas. of jny heart for the great prix urged to attend and be In uni
of Chairman elect walks of life face tremendous
absence a
the I tor of the Pentecostal Holiness I liege of being your pastor for\ form. The parents are also In.
Mrs. Irma Parker, task 'aimed toward the fu.
Lynn Clary I Church of Deland. these three and one half months. voted to attend. *

who was elected vice-chairman Te public ih cordially Invitedto l The warm reception we received \tune
follow. We must wisely plan and
presided at the meeting I *
attend. There will be special ,when we first came and the
ing the Installation ceremony.A successfully execute a total resources .
singing nightly. wonderful spirit of fellowship
.. .ham._on _and___ turkey dinner.--- was I I has been a wonderful qxpert- I Punt Pass Kick development and conservation .

served at 6 o'clock with cake I! FIRST METHODIST I II \ program which will

and punch enjoyed in the eve ence.When Huge SuccessThe meet' the needs of our rapidly
I I CHURCH TO HONOR I was In the hospital for
welcomed eight growing population not only
ning. The Club
SNOW few after coming\
REV. AND MRS. a days soon
members Mr. and Mrs. 1965 Punt Pass and Kick for today and tomorrow but
new
Charles Donahue, Mr.; and Mrs.! There will be a reception at here Dr. Canakaras told me thatI competition finals held Saturday for the decades that lie ahead.
had not suffered heart attack
Earl Baggett Mr. and Mrs. Ira the First Methodist Church Sunday a I morning, October 16 developed Unless we do plan wisely .
but that I did have
afternoon from 4 to 6 honor. a "coronarycondition" .
successful
Long Mrs. Hartenbach, and Mrs.!I ; into a very sports and unless we successfully convert
This condition has
Norcross. I ITht tog Rev. and Mrs. E. E. Snow. I i event according to Leslie Pachc, those plans Into reality' .
Florence I feel thatI
developed to where
Members of the Woman's So.
of the
Invite I director program. we will create problems tar more
Club voted to a
clety of Christian Service and I must rest for at least several Mr. Pache stated that the
of the Social Security boys costly for ourselves for our
representative the Pastorlal Relations Com I months. Therefore I asked the showed a. lot of Interest. He also children and for generationsyet

Administration appear mittee are Inviting ,all membersand I I Bishop and District Superintend. related that Harry Atkinson of unborn.

before the group discuss at the its Social next : friends of the Church to call I ent to relieve me the first of No the Bunnell Motor Company, Mr; Adams reminisced of the
meeting to vember. It was a hard decisionto
between those hours. of the that
sponsors program, days when he was one of the
of 1965
Security Amendments I make and it will be hard to
PPK will be the
I biggest ever pulpwood producers of Flagler
hospital and :
which provide for leave such a wonderful Church
BAPTIST next .
FIRST
year.Winners County and said he was happy
; ,medical insurance for personsover I and congregation. While I am
SUNDAY SERVICES of the 1965 competition to be back and visit with
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65: and to answer questions thanking I would also like to express
I concerning this new federally i Sermon topics for the First by sincere appreciationfor were: 8 year old boys Cliff. friends.

insurance program. Baptist Church Sunday morningwill ton Sheffield Jr., Tab Whltaker Louis Wadsworth president
sponsored the fine treatment from Dr.
The Club also voted to change be "Just How Do You Tell Canakaras and, the entire hos ',Jon' Wilder; 9 year old boys the Farm Bureau In his presi

tre dateof Its first meeting in Right From Wrong", pltal staff. Rocky Hunter, Craig Wilder, Coy dent's address told of the accomplishments

November from Nov. 2 to Nov 9 The evening service will con. C. Harris II; 10 year old boys, of the Bureau in the

due to theuse of its clubroom in tlnue the study of the ''book of My regret In giving up the I Phil Martel Davey Solomon past year "in spearheading the
work Is somewhat lessened
Municipal Building, Flag ler Revelation. The study this week by. Daniel D. Zlmmerle; 11 .ear old revaluation of properties In
the
the fact that a splendid replacement
place for t especial will cover the chapters from 12 boys, MJke Manuel Richard Flagler County; the loss of Industry
Beach, as a polling will be made
the
20. Symbols in this sec by as Jaroz. Donald Miller; 12 year In Flagler by the closing
thrugh
school mlllage election I I II
signing of the Rev ,W..E, Chellgrn'as
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lion that will be considered are i old boys, Chip Johnston, Kirk of the Lchlgh Portland Cement .....
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Nov. 2. .. ,.. the raew""ltor.; He-is Robertson, Bobby Mlsslnne; 13 and the need
... -- the great red dragon, war'Tn plant to encourageIndustry
I member of the Western Pennsylvania Bruce It. Kendall
old boys In
year settle
heaven, the beast from the sea, Methodist Conferenceand to Flagler
Hike Robinson Evans Yeltvlng
County.
the woman called Babylon.The Is commended for
Bunnell D & B most Important question the Bunnell Church. highly ton.Phil Among the hundred guests

to be raised will be when are Martel has been a first were Sen. B. C. Pearce of Palatka. -

Play 7-7 Tie I the things In Revelation to hap. I am looking forward to my: place winner every year, and Sen. Vele Pope of St. Augustine .

? Are they past or yet to last service next Sunday morn. Rocky Hunter has won first I and Rep. Billy Wadsworth
pen
Ing at eleven a. m. I have chos place two years. of Bunnell. Also present were
Friday NightThe comeTThe answer will determine
en for the sermon subject: "The : Don Jordon Flagler County'snew
Bunnell Bulldogs on their largely on a person's view Four Laws of Christian Happi Mr Pache stated that Coach County Agent who will replace

first chance with the football of history. Rev. Tom Pinner said ness". We expect it to be happy Bayllss will have some good Howard Taylor who re

against Florida D and B march all are Invited to attend this I Joyful and spiritually up. players from the group on the signed. lie Is expected to assume

ed 80 yeards for a score In the, study. lifting service. Jr. Vanity team He stated that his duties November 13.

first quarter. Bill Harris scoreda Chip Johnston and Bruce Kendall Directors elected for the new

quick opener over left tacklefrom did exceptional passing year were L. E. Wadsworth.

1 yard out. Walton Cow. WICKLINE ATTENDS Carson Forms and Mike Robinson and Kirk George Clrgg W. W Deer J. B. .

are kicked the extra point mak JACKSONVILLE Robertson doing nicely at punt. I Pelllcer, Cordell Robertson, M. C.

ing the score 70 FBES Band Ing. Strickland Jr., Victor Cowart

However In the third quarter FAIR WEDNESDAYCounty : Mr. Pache would like to thank Louis Stefllk, Harold Emery,

Florida D and B scored on a 50 Commissioner George' For the first time In the his 'the following who helped In I Danny Johnston, Lloyd Robertson .
play with Andy Van tory of Flagler Beach Elementary and Tucker.
yeard pass Wlckllne was In Jacksonville th contest: Coach Roy Bayllss Raymon
School a band has been
end of
the receiving
Dolten on Wednesday afternoon to participate Quarterback Walton Cowart,
formed. According to W. E. Fennel "
the the pass.extra Van point Dolten tying also the kicked score In the ribbon cutting ceremony !, Jr., Principal you would be Charles Mlsslnne, Bobby Ken P. E. C. Railroad I'
Jarosz II. D. Zlm
for the 19C5 Greater dall. George ,
,surprised to find that 3G students
7.7. Jacksonvile Fair. All commissioners t' merle Coach Bo Manuel, Principal 1963 Taxes j
Bunnell misses three chances of the 73 In grades four through Pays
Benton Fred Car.
from the fifteen countiesIn Glffton
six are taking instrument les
to score by dropping three passeft The Florida Crown" were IOn Scout Troop 472 Scouts And
that could be labeled threesure sons for thirty minutes each Penalty -
that invited to attend and particle school morning under the direction Bobby Creal George Buckles.
touchdowns. Oh well I pate. Also Mayor R. L. McNab of Flag- Flagler County Tax Assessor .!
of Howard Carson Fl.e.In
is the breaks of the game. Sometime elr Beach Lew T Is In I of l
I The theme for the fair this County Music Director. In. Wadsworth Dale B. Brown receipt a I
ball and
you catch the I year Is the "Golden Era In The struments were chosen voluntarily Heln Phil Johnson Gene Barber check from the Florida East
times don't.Bunnell
other you have lost the Florinda Crown". The fair will by the students and their and James Whltaker. Coast Railroad for l30.3tt.iH for ,II j

services of may halfback Bill Harris run October 2030 During Its parents and a good variety was their back taxes for 1963. The

run the Fair will salute the fifteen chosen. Comet players are: taxes amounted to 123,027.71 and
for an Indefinite period. lie received
a severe blow on the counties In the Florida Mike Abbott Ralph Abraham, CommissionersReceive the penalty of $5,307.17.The ,

head during the course of the Crown. A special booth depict. Jeff Babbitt Kevin Crouch and railroad still owe the .

game He was taken to the Flagler ing the Florida crown countieson John Kurtz; Clarinet: Theresa PoliceApplications lure for 19C2 and 100," It .U understood -

Hospital In St. Augustine for a huge golden map of Florida Arnold Cindy Gablehouse, Don. the Company paid the

treatment. and showing the chief agricultural na Kaufman Mary Anne Kurtz, 1963 state and county taxes /In 1

Bunnell also lost Tilman products of these '.Connie McDanlel, Vickie Smith.' I all twelve counties the railroad !

Robinson and Glenn Miller onscholastic counties will highlight the exhibit Stella Weaver and Jackie Rob. I The CIty Commissioners of I goes thrugh. I

hi eligibility at the floor leon; Trombone: James Bunnell received' two applications :
B.tb-I
close of the last six weeks grading The Fair Is held annually In bitt Gerald Combs and for the night police Job at. BHS JUNIOR CLASS i

period. the Gator Bowl-Coliseum com Martel: Flute: Elizabeth Car. I I the Monday night meeting. They I
TO SPONSOR HOME
The Bulldogs play at home plex. Commercial exhibits are son. Thea hem Penny Parrish I were Herbert Anderson and

this week against Florida Air I i I housed in the Coliseum and the I and Peggy Reynolds; Trumpet Charted W 1ey, They will make COMING DANCEThe

Academy of Melbourne. Game I;|livestock under the stands of the : Tlmmy Carmody, Greg Harris. the appointment at a later date. Junior Clan of the Bun

time Friday night will be eightp. Gator Bowl.Weather Dale Johnson Bobby Krutz In routine business they discussed nell high School will sponsor a 'i

m. I David Lindsry, David Miller, addition to the Christmas Homecoming' Dance November 5.

The game against Father can travel far. A Trtcey Prevatt, Terry Stryker lighting system; placing restrooms at the Bunnell Civic Center The '

Lopez will be played Saturday I storm over New York State may I and Craig Wilder; Mellophone: on football field which dance will begin after the game

night October 30 Instead of Friday have originated at sea off Japan..Sue Ellen Scale; Tenor Sax: was requested' by the School and will continue until 11:301 It ;

October 29 because of difficulty \\mmm* ** "Cherrie lIanna: Alto Sax: Bobby Superintendent; purchasing edge will be a uml.tomullft..lr and t

in obtaining the Memorial November S. against Keystone Mbulnne; Drums: Wayne Hutcheon. .|'|er for highway Islands and sidewalks a fall theme will be used. The i

Stadium In Daytona Beach. Heights. This will be the last Terry McNitt Dan Rober and several drainage Head Hunters of Daytona Beach

Homecoming has been set for home game of the season. Continued To Page S ''problems. will furnish musts ;




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TWO tf1E!: FLAGLEB: TRIBUNE, BUNNELL, FLORIDA Thursday, Oct. '21, 1965

we shall make every effort to Barbara ,Cowart i.

*NEW do.In the next article, we shall Jim S B-Manuel Simmons i.I

generally discuss the services Christine HIgginbotham Call On Us
offered in the guidance and Davey Solomon I
1 counseling program, and in succeeding Donna Steflik
Bunnell School : ]I
High articles, the specific Pam White6thTonkin I '
services and the 'benefits stu .
Guidance ProgramIn dents can have from these, if Lila Allen
only they will take advantage Karen Clegg I
a first of a series of articles of them. Mary'Cook When
concerning: the guidance and Averley Brown Nancy Creal '
counseling: program at Bunnell Guidance Counselor Mike Manuel
High School, we should like to Denise "
Tucker
Bunnell High School
make a statement of philosophy: Kenneth Tucker
"Guidance," as someone has "
7A Heln
aptly put it, "is both a point of:I HONOR ROLl-FIRST SIX Minnie Deen
view'and a set of services." The WEEKS /
Pat Duncan You Need
: children attending a school must 3'Reynolds John Geller
not be thought of as just a mass Karen Baker Catherine Harris i
. of humanity, but each one an Susan Clegg Daniel Johnston
t individual, having the same Rob Cowart Greg Robertson
: right as any other individual to I Leon JonesCynthia Kirk Robertson ,
pk; get the most he possibly can Krantz Linda L. Smith
from his educational experiencesand Michael Pazynlak 7BBradleyJImmy
from life. There are few who Debbie RaymondCliff
Bryan GOODPrinting
can do this without a great deal SheffieldEve Leo Fleurle
of help along the way. The Tucker 8A-Honyen .
school must, therefore, make ad. 3 Hlgginbothom Rebecca Durrance
.. justments to the Individual pu Jeff Crews Lesa L. Knight
I pals and must assist every pupil Pat McCraney Barbara Wilson
to make his own adjustments to I Jenny McFarlandJay Evan Yelvington
his home, his school, to his coin Rodgers Elizabeth MatherlyAnn
munlty, and to himself-In other Jeffery Simmons Meekins
words to find himself and make Marcy Strickland SB-F. Carson
art a contribution to society. 4 Townsend Janet HaInes
"1 Guidance< is an integral part Billy Creal 9A-BoTless
( of the total school program and Cathy MayfieldJan Gary Buckles
'" must work closely with the ad. Perryman Glen Carle
ministration and instructional; Wally Wilkins Charles Clegg
phases of the school. The desire 4 B-Mercer: Robbie Creal
, at Bunnell High School is to be 1 Karen Allen Nancy Hargett
of the greatest help possible to Chip Brooks Maria Ii gas OFFICE FORMS
al students, teachers, and the I''I Frank Bryan Jimmy McNab
community which the school I Debbie Holdridge Terry Rawlins
:
serves. To do this, a program Paula Kiwala Brenda Townsend ENVELOPESIlWOICE4
must be implemented and un Daniel Steflik Carol Townsend '
derstood by all those who axe to Elaine Weeks Carla Tucker
be served by the program. This 5 A-Morris Colleen Tucker

IDA-Borosa
Sue BroadwayTom
Duncan LETTER HEADS
Hewitt Dupont
a REVOLUTIONARYnew Trudy Hall
IOBCrmgTony BUSINESS CARDSSTATEMENTS

performance! 11 A-Brooks Parker

Anne Bourne
,Dennis Clay
Walton Cowart
Vicki King BILL HEADS
113HardinDiane
Price
Linda Skolar RULED FORMS
Julie Wilkins
I2A-Gurnet
Betty Lynn Bourne TICKETS and TAGS
Belita Collins
Sherry Hargett
I2B-Brown
I Marilyn McNab CIRCULARSANNOUNCEMENTS
Susan McMillan
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Brenda Tucker
Kay Weaver
Brenda Murray

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Just DrinkTangerine \ j Citrus Pulp Is An


Juice J Important Feed WE GIVE METTS Prices GoodThurs.

The outlook is for continuous ., Fri., Sat.,
I Increase in citrus as a feed dur
For That Cold! Ing the next several years. This TOP and Monday

Is' good news for dairymen especially Oct. 21, 22, 23, 2S
Cooler months are ahead and I If "standardization on VALUE SUPER MARKET
chances are your family will the basis of seed content" can be ***
have the sniffles accompanyinga I accomplished by the Industry. STAMPS Quantity Right
cold. According to Dr. J. M. Wing TELEPHONE 437-3201 Reserved
You may be able to clear up I associate husbandman with the .
those sniffles since scientists at
Florida Agricultural Experiment -
the Citrus Experiment Station Stations dried citrus pulp Is an WE ARE PROUD TO ANNOUNCE THAT WE HAVE DANNY WARENSFORD
at Lake Alfred// have now de. important feedstuff used in an.j MANAGING OUR MEAT DEPARTMENT. DANNY HAS 12 YEARS EXPERI.
.tided that "four to six ouncesof imal feeding programs in ENCE IN THE MEAT BUSINESS IN THE DELAND AREA
tangerine Juice" Is Just what
ous
ways.
the doctor ordered for a runny I However the main drawbackto 'LANDFLORIDA DANNY WAS FORMERLY WITH THE THRIFTWAY SUPER MARKET IN DE-

nose.Where using it is Its lack of uniform. "
do the common cold, Ity. Citrus pulp is made from
sniffles tangerine Juice and the many varieties of fruit and different GRADE "A"Ib. LYKE'S (SUGAR CREEK) SMOKED
Citrus Experiment Station fit manufacturers use slight.
In? Oddly enough during 'a 'ly different drying procedures
study on what happens to nitrogen I and amounts of lime in the pro. FRYERS
after it enters citrus cess. : PICNICSIb.
trees, researchers came up with The main variation is the (}
a decongestant for colds-tan
"seed content" of the different -S
gerine juice with synephrine an i varieties. For example pulp
element found in the fruit. i from Valencia oranges is about 27 '
Synephrine discovered by Dr. 4.3 percent seeds while Duncan 39
T. A. Wheaton, Dr. Ivan Stewart grapefruit contains on an average r .
and George E. Edwards all Station 17.7 percent."It Limit 3 Please
lit ,scientists, is used as a can be fed alone in pas.
I ( ,ulant and has stlm.1 tunes,' drylots or barns" says Dr.
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f children and adults at min feeds." A third use is as a silage Meaty (Wilson Certified) U. S. D. A. CHOICE I
imum dosage of 100 mg, or four preservative.Pulp .
to six ounces of tangerine Juice. is a dry carbohydrate
Originally,' scientists wanted manufactured from the peel rag SPARE RIBS Lb. 59 STEAK SALE
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to know what happened to nitrogen and seed of fresh citrus fruits .
after it entered roots of which remain after the Juice has T.BONE and
citrus trees so they'd know bet. .
been extracted.As Lean Juicy SIRLOIN Lb. S109 1
ter what..varlous fertilizers do. to Its relative value as a
During tests on element which feed for dairy cattle the UF researcher I II ALL RIB and
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pearing. I determine the value of citrus
It was synephrine. pulp with oats, that milk pro.
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tercstlng to the Industry. Scientists .. different concentrates." Body
say it can be used to find I weights were the same also. GROUND 39 CHUCK and .
out how much canned concentrate 'He said from the test, it appears BEEF 3 Lb.. S1 FAMILY Lb. 69' ,.,
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is the real thing-citrus that citrus pulp is "fully
Juice-and how' much is water equal" to high quality oats. ,
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, MISS ALBERTA LORETTA LATSHAW
Mr. Robert Latshaw of Flagler Beach announces the engage 1 Lb. Limit 1 with $5.00 or more food order
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ment and approaching marrige of his daughter, Alberta Loretta, Can 39' ,
to Mr. Jack Colqultte ,Westbrook, son of Mr. and Mrs. Cecil West. / SIZE CAN DELMONTELimit
brook of Flagler Beach. 1 with $5.00 or more food order LIGHT CHUNK
The bride attends Bunnell High School. Jack is with the U. S.
Navy and is presently stationed at the Great Lakes Training Cen.
ter. ; 2V8 OSAGE FREESTONE TUNA 3'For 790PEACHES
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FLAGLER BEACHELEMENTARY Bobby Misslnne
SCHOOLSIX Stella Weaver'' 3 For 79 300 LYKE'S WITH BEANS
WEEKS HONOR ROLL Sue Ellen Seale

Grade Judy Owen CHILI 3 for'69;
Patty Reynolds 46 Oz. Hi "C" ALL FLAVORS
Vickie Llndsey MYF TO SELL

Becky Cheryl Anderson Hosklns TOOTH BRUSHESThe DRINKS For .89-

Grade 4 Flagler Beach Methodist 3. Sit TiNES19
Mike Abbott Youth Fellowship will be selling '
Rodney LawElizabeth tooth brushes (packed 3 in a
Carson box)' in a few days. The group 303 ARGO GARDEN
Nancy Duncan has decided to use all their project FABULOUS
Peggy Reynolds money this year for the sole
PEAS 6 For $100 Giant
Jackie Robinson purpose of furnishing the new Box
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Grade 5.r; church building with an altar FABSave
Ralph Abraham service. Anyone wishing to purchase 14c Each
Kevin Crouch tooth brushes from the 303 DELMONTE C. S.
Jack Rawlins group please call 4392175.
FROZEN FOODS
Thea Heln
Debbie Meekins CORN 6 For S1
Barbara Martin '' METHODIST UNICEF 6 Oz. Sealdsweet
DRIVE WED.. OCT 27th
Connie McDaniel The Flagler Beach Methodist LEMONADE 8 For 88c
Grade 6 FRESH PRODUCE _
James Babbitt !Continued on page 6)
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GULF SOLAR HEAT u
CABBAGE 6cgf Tasty Loaf
CHEESE 2LaaELb. 69*

Kerosene and Fuel Oil DeliveriesCANNON'S
POTATOES
.3ge g E OLEO id 15c

GULF SERVICE
YELLOW ONIONS 3 Lb. Z3e BAKERY
AlA FLAGLER BEACH Bat
Ever-Fresh CINNAMON

8:00 a. m.-7:00 p. m. 9-9224 CARROTS bb.! lOc ROLLS 2s Z For ZSe

7:00 p. m. and Sunday 9-2451

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FLAGLER BEACH &H GREEN STAMPS S& H GREEN STAMPS IS & H GREEN STAMPS

, With this coupon and your With this coupon and your With this coupon and your
CENTRAL AVENUE & HIGHWAY 100 purchase of One Family purchase of One 24 oz. purchase of One 3 Oz.
,
Pack Fryers Faultless Spray on Starch Jar Tetley's Instant Tea

HAIR CUTS $1.00 Coupon Expires Coupon Expires Coupon Expires
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Thursday Oct. 21, 1965 -- '." TilE FLAGLER TRIBUNE, BUNNELL, FLORIDA PAGE FIVE- \
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TURKEY NECKS 4 Ibs. $IIle

OX TAILS $1
ts 4 Ibs.

LOCALS PIGTAILS 4 lb. $1

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RIB TIPS 5 Ibs.rchan $1

MR. AND MRS. HENRY ATTENDS METHODIST
WELLS CELEBRATE I.LATMANS RETREATIN HOG MAWS 5lb. $1

GOLDEN ANNIVERSARY I i Ray LEESBURG Mercer and Dr. Allan Reynolds NECK BONES 5 lbs. $1

Mr. and Mrs. Henry Wells I of the First Methodist
I
celebrated their Golden Wed. .Church of Bunnell, attended the
ding Anniversary at open houseat I I Laymans retreat at Leesburg
their home Sunday afternoon last weekend. U. S. D. A. CHOICE BEEF SALEBOTTOM
from three to six.
The home was decorated for Roy Gordon had as his house ROUND
the occasion with many beautiful guests during the weekend his ROAST lb.79c
floral arrangements, giftsof son and daughter in law Mr. OR RUMP
friends. The dining table was and Mrs. Randy Gordon and
overlaid with a handsome hand. daughter Robin of Oxford, Flor TOP'

made gold colored lace cloth cloth.placed The over centerpiece a.I ida. ROUND STEAK lb. 89

was white daisy mums YWA ELECTS OFFICERS
with gold centers arranged in a I, FOR NEW YEARCounselors
crystal bowl and gold taper for the Young ALL MEAT STEW lb. 69
holder. White tapers were placed I Womens Association of the First
In the arrangement.A I Baptist Diane Yelvlngton and
Joann Lynn were hostesses at<
beautiful white tiered cake
held last week at
the meeting
with gold roses and topped with I'I the Lynn home. Ten memberswere Fresh Fla. Grade "A" (YOUR CHOICE)

at gold one wedding end of the bells table was and placed the I The present organization for the Is meeting.for single FRYER QUARTERS lb. 33

end.coffee Miss service Cella was Lord at served the other the I young women 16 to 24 years of
age. It is an organization of the
cake and Mrs. Blon Matherly
Baptist Church. They have held /l
the coffee service.
at
presided their annual tea and also the Small Meaty Lean Western CENTER CUT 5 ,
at
Mrs. L. H. Church presided first and second meeting of the
the punch bowl which was placed
on a table overlaid with a year. SPARE RIBS PORK CHOPS
.
holders
white cloth. Crystal Mrs. L. M. Whltaker of Bun.
., held gold colored candles. I nell and Mrs. Louis Friedman of
Greeting guests at the door: Deland spent the past weekendin *
were Mrs. H. H. Murray and Mrs. Pansy, Alabama visiting with lb. 49- lb. 69Our
A. A. Wells. Mrs. Walter Creal Mrs. Whltaker's mother, Mrs.
kept the guest book. Floor hostesses Daisy Cook.FAREWELL.
were Mrs. Lee Blakely,
Mrs. Harold Bowden Mrs. Jack Value (Limit 4 Please)
Hosford, and Mrs. M. B. Fuller. PARTY
Also assisting in oaring for the SATURDAY HONORS rOMATOES Can lOc
guests were Mrs. Wells's sisters, BLANCHE AKERS CRISCO .
Essie Mae Mclnannay and Mrs. Rose Panchello entertained
Mrs. .
Mrs. Essie Kearns. with a farewell party at 'oily' (HALVES) No. 2/ Can

Out of town members of the her home Saturday evening hon PEACIIES 4 For s 100 3 Tin I 58Hine. *
family attending Included Mrs. orlng Mrs. Blanche Akers. Invited ; ;
Wells' sisters Mrs. Essie Mae guests were members 'of the
Mclnarnay, Mrs. Ernestine Cun Ladles of the VFW Auxiliary.Mr. )uncap 19 01. Pkg. Limit 1 with $5.00 or more food order
ningham, both of Jacksonville, and Mrs. Akers left Monday For $100
AKE MIXES 3
and Mrs. Wessle Kearns of Vero for Michigan where he will
Beach. Mr. Wells'\ sister, Mrs. be employed. DAIRY SPECIALS -
Mary Upshaw of Marietta Members of the Auxiliary presented
Georgia, and his brother and her with a gift as a mo- MAXWELL HOUSE Kraft Quart Bottle
sister in law Mr. and Mrs. T. D. mento of the occasion.
Wells of Flagltr Beach; Mrs. COFFEE ORANGE JUICE 29c
Gertrude Lenten. Eleanor Mclnarnay Guests of Mr. and Mrs. A. G.
,Teressa Lenten. Mr. and .Bradley for several days Include
Mrs. J. P. Mclnarnay, Mrs. Annie their son and his family, Mr. :1: Tb; 49c FROZEN FOODS -
Brown. Mrs. Margaret Preleo, and Mrs. Raymond Bradley and
Mrs. J. B. Atkinson all of Jacksonville their daughter, Delores and Limit 1 with $5.00 or more food order Mr. G CRINKLE CUT 2 lb. Pkt.
I ; Mrs. Mary Jean Whit. their son, Kenny who Is on leave
field Atlanta, and Mal Upshaw from the Navy after basic train. FRENCH FRIES 29e
of Marietta, Ga. ing. They are from Hampton, FRESH PRODUCE -
Members of the family present I Virginia. Other members- of the
accompanied Mr. and Mrs. Wellsto family who are expected duringthe Golden RipeBANANAS
Church Sunday morning and I weekend include Mr. and 'lb. TIDE
they also were guests at a din. Mrs. K. N. Hoffman and daughters fOe
ner. of Aubumdale and Mr. and .arge, FreshLETTUCE
I Mrs. J. D. Seymore of Newberry Each GIANT
Mr. and Mrs. Maurice Akers S. C, and their daughter Shirley 19* SIZE 48-
left Monday for Michigan to reside
lie was employed with the Pete Tjacas returned home fellow CooklnrONIONS
Limit 1 with $5.00 or more food order
Lehigh plant here before It Monday after a weeks vacation "" SC
closed.Dr. spent In Jacksonville and Starke
visiting with friends. --- -

Allen Reynolds spent two
days at Rainbow Springs recently Mrs. Anna Jarosz has returnedto M M.M. ILMr b Mw. .M.
attending advanced dentistry her home after undergoing 50 200 50
at the Ormond Bach
courses. He also was In Miami surgery
for a two course In communications Hospital. She Is convalescing' at with coupon purchase | with coupon purchase. i with coupon & purchaseof
and organization management I her home Jarosz Trailer Park. of (1) 3 Ib. 2 oz. Box < of (1) T. V. LAMP ((2) 18 ox. Tumblers
courses. Continued' on pale 61 AD SOAP POWDER <' (with planter) Kraft GRAPE JELLY
Coupon Void After ) Coupon Void After < Coupon Void After
Sunday, Oct. 24, 1965 5 Sunday, Oct. 24, 1965 Sunday, Oct. 24, 1965

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SIX THE FLAGLER TRIBUNE, BUNNELL FLORIDA Thursday Oct. 21, 1965

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VETERANS WARNEDBY reinstate I their lapsed GI I Insurance Conflict veterans with service. 1, 1965, well over 130,000 eligible some or: all of the $10,000 pole

ADMINISTRATIONON policies that, although they I I connected disabilities who have jl veterans have applied for icies.

DATES still have almost eight months allowed all or part of their original .

BIRTHDAY before the deadline for applying, GI policies to lapse or who
,
"Happy Birthday" greetingsare birthdays for individual i failed to buy It during military I I IN COURT OF TilE COUNTY

nice, but they may be a rude ans are steadily creeping service: are eligible to purchase Jt'DGK. KLAGLK11 COUNTY,

awakening for certain World them. veter.1 I i this new GI Insurance. Ru ES STATE OF FLOIUUA.

War II and Korean Conflict vet. "Insurance premiums I In addition, veterans whose I I II I I I Tn PHOEBE re the M.Estate ANDERSON.of
I
erans. I disabilities have no service connection Deceased.IN .
ed on the age nearest the appli 1 PROBATE
The Veterans Administrationtoday cant's birthday, so as the months I but are so serious that To All Wheat It May Concern
warned those disabled : they are unable to' obtain commercial I Notice Is i'IRn: that AL
roll by, a veteran might find BERT I* filed his
veterans who may be eligible to that for insurance he :1 insurance at the highest final report a* Administrator of the
purposes I estate of PHOEBE M. ANDERSON
is actually a year older than he rates also may be eligible Prompt Service deceased that he filed his petition
for discharge, and that he
really Is," Raymond S. Smith, : for this Insurance. I :n.1 to the Honorable T. K.

Jagfcr3eacl Flagler County Veterans Service May 2, 1966,: is the absolute The Flagler Tribune MCKNf8.fT.ler County. County Florida Judge on the of Flag-29th

Officer, Court House, cautioned. deadline for applying. Since the Phone IDlewood 7-3282 day of October 19115for approvalof
same and for Anal
Continued From Page 4 World War II and Korean I reopening program started May I BunnelL Florida Administrator of the discharge estate as of
PHOEBE
M. ANDERSON deceased,
Church School and Youth Fellowship _- ------ on this 29th day of October.. 1965.
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will have their annual ni-.u<*r .WHIR[ ARC 1OU| ,Rua eNousK VLAY,all iTNA uT1'p Albert Administrator I* Anderson of the
United Children Emergency Off TO IN THVT LICK. BOOR RATNR a,0ltt/t THAN estate of PHOEBE M.
UKC-NKW UfKO CAR FHOM [ NY AN( lUNO p/ WINNtt'l *./ ANDERSON. deceased.
M[ A
/ 6iCr .
Fund drive from 6:30 to 7:30p. : "" sot, ALWAVU First publication Sept. 20. 1963.
October 27th. KRANTZ wrest cAaaI .t.aY willTNAT Sept. 30, Oct. 7, U, 21. 4tc.
m., Wednesday, 6W MC$ fucNA
POOR LO Ri
Children are asked to meet at MOTORS

the church, at 6:45: p. m. IthSOLVTIOXWHEREAS. It Is necessary and
I
Imperative that additional revenue
to that to be raised by General
HALLOWEEN MOVIE Levy be obtained for the operation
OCTOBER 30 I and maintenance of the public free
FESTIVAL
Li1Il schools In Special Tax School Dis.
'trict No. 1 In Flagler County, FlorIda -
The Flagler Beach Parent as created under and by virtue
of the laws of the State of Florida
Teacher Association will hold a t6 and this Board estimated that for
Festival the next two years a 10 mill tax
Halloween Movie on ---
on the real and personal property..
.
Saturday, October 30th, in the telephone, telegraph, and railroads.:
school cafetorlum. ''It will begin the In said exclusive district purpose Is necessary of operate for

when all the little costumed Leaf miners? log free schools and maintaining In said I district.the public

spooks and witches meet at the THEREFORE BE IT RESOLVED
I BY the Board of Public In*
plerhouse at 1:45 p. m. Part of II structlon of I Flor
the Bunnell High School ''Band I ida, that f rIOour.tY'hereby
called to be held on the date herein
will lead the parade that will \ /fixed for the purpose herein sped-
/A C.
begin at 2 p. m. Costume judging liE IT FURTHER RESOLVED

will be done during the parade ..". BY said Board that an election
5' shall be and is hereby ordered to
and prizes will be award. be held In Special Tax School Dis

ed after the first movie. ( trict ida at No.the 1. Irpf:: tYlnF said

The title of the movie Is District hereinafter designated on
\ the 2nd day of
JI November 1968. at
"House on a Haunted 11111" and I which election. shall be submitted
: is to the qualified electors qualified
stars Vincent Price It recom I
to vote In such election residing
mended for children, youth and I In said District who have paid

adults and is guaranteed to be taxes In said on District real. or,personal as required property by

real scary. There will also be an law, the following proposition to-
j wit:
Abbott and Costello film. The Determination of the number of
tS mills of the District School Tax In
will be from 3 to
first showing Special Tax School District No. 1
\ 5 p. m. and the, second from 6 v If -5-, ofI to be levied for each of the next
succeeding two
years for the exclusive
,
.
to 8 p. m. A concession stand I purpose of operating and

will'be open before each show: \ maintaining said District the public, the free estimated schoolsof

A small admission will be charge / nlllage required for each of the

ed for the movie..' JIt. next UK tIT yearsFURTIISIL RESOLVED
BY TillS BOARD,
that the follow
.' i., log places are hereby designated
\\ as polling places In said District.
Books Are My Dish In PRECINCT which said election NO. 1 Is JuDDell-to held:

I Court House.PRECINCT.
,
By Dorothy Homons ,I NO. 2 Flagler Beach
,
Municipal Building.
\
The Flagler Woman's Club \ Community PRECINCT Building.NO. 2 Haw Creek-

Library has moved down to,the PRECINCT NO. 3-..\ Korona-
Church Hall.PRECINCT.
building built for it by the City NO. 4 81 Johns

Hall, and is now the Flagler Park PRECINCT-Community NO. Hall.4-A Bunnell.

Beach Public Library, sponsoredby Masonic Temple.

the Flagler Woman's Club. It Community PRECINCT' Hall.NO. S Eipanola

is open Thursdays from 1:00: to PRECINCT NO.Fruit 5-A Stand.AlA high.waohnson's .

4:30.: No charge. Don't miss seeIng The foregoing election precincts:
being all the election
precincts In
this handsome room. Besides aid Special Tax School District

books, paintings by local people. No.BE 1 In IT Flag FURTHER ler County RESOLVED Florida. .

Some say why have paintings? that this Board shall appoint the

Well, paintings came before and persons clerk I who for are each to respective be Inspectors pollIng -

then the two merged In place at which said election I Is
I writing,
to be held, and shall publish said
Books of Hours. The great public names as required by law.
at 42nd Street in New FIGHT BACK BR IT FURTHER RESOLVED
library that there shall be prepared and

York Is full of paintings. Last election furnished for to use said at Inspectors said election ef

week it told In the news that the necessary ballot boxes and
ballots as required by law that
is It's New
Brentano's enlarging the form of ballot to be used In
York bookstore and will have an said election shall be substantially
as follows:
are gallery. And the new International SPECIAL TAX SCHOOL DISTRICT
Bookstore In New York NO. 1. ELECTION FOR FLAULKR
COUNTY. FLORIDA. HELD ON
'that is such a hit, Is making It's NOVEMBER f. 1966.

new store to look like a marble WITH OBTHOl I1ALI/IT NO.FOIL I,SCHOOL MILLAOE TAX LEVY IMSTRICT -

and gold library with paintingsas INSTRUCTIONS TO VOTERS: In
dicate by marking an "X" la the
well ,as books. So don't say space after line 1. whether you
favor the proposed mlllage levy
with the times.
we are not up which le necessary for the approv*
ed school term. If you favor a dif
isr TIIW cmrriT Cl'II1CV'ITEIN ferent mlllafe levy, write the levy
r. TIt JUDICIAL : you favor after line 2.

ru\iiiY ANn Ki.nnntA von NO.FLAUMCK IH84 COUNTY, DIBROM penetrates the leaf to kill leaf miner larvae-controls adults too! I. Estimated for regular mllUge term (19)levy mills.required

NOTICE IIY I'l'IIMCATION IN

'TROY !LEWIS i'rr VOlt imoiicu Minutes after you spray with DIBROM 8 Emulsire leaf miners will be dead or 2. Other mlllage levy

, rumtiff. BE IT FURTHER RESOLVED

EMMA LEWIS v. dying...even lame that hare wormed their way into plant tWue. This same BY the said calling Board and that holding this Resolutionof of said

Itofendant. election shall be publUned one
'TO: 401 MM.Glass Emma Street.Lewis, DIBROM schedule will also clean up worms, aphids and a host of other insects. each weeks week In the for Flagler four consecutive Tribune' a

YOU Waycross ARE ,HEREBY Georgia. NOTIFIED Because of its short residual life DIBROM 8 EmuUire is less harmful to beneficial throughout newspaper of the general County of circulation Flagler'
that a Ulll of Complaint; for Divorce and published In said County thata
has been filed. against you notice spectfyinthe names of
insects. It's safer than
and you are required to serve atop most organic phosphates.It the Inspectors and clerks: of elec
f your tion In said District shall be pub-
dtheplaintiffs
the Dill of Complaint pon mixes readily with water and is compatible with most Halted once In said newspaper at
JOSEPH W.HATCHKTT. least
tt days before the
n.aJII: !
(rfeou Campbelistreet i holding of ,
Daytona Ueach. Florida insecticides and fungicides. So if you grow tomatoes, BE IT FURTHER RESOLVED
and file the original Answer or BT said Board that the Chairman
Pleading In the oince of the Clerk and Secretary of this Board are
of the Circuit Court on or before watermelons, peppers, cucumbers, summer squash or Instructed to take all other or fur
the 10th of October 196S. If] User steps as may b* needful In
fault fall will talo be taken BO. judgment against you by de for ORTHO celery (it's registered for use on 35 crops) fight back accordance Revolution into with effect.law to carry this

the relief demanded In the Ulll of PASSED .. session by the
Complaint. against leaf miners this with ORTHO DIBROM. Board of Public Instruction et
DONE AND ORDERED at Dun- D''B ROIL year Flagler County Florida, at Its
net). Florida this nth day of meeting .n the Tth day September.
September, 19 A. Smythe, Clerk "Helping the World Crow BdtuUCHEVRON Harold Emery
Circuit Court FlaglerCounty. [ Chairman of the Board of
Florida.liy Publie Instruction of Flag
Julia II. Harvey. CHEMICAL COMPANY.CXmoamjiONo County Florida.
deputy clerk. tt 1.0.Sea 7047.O1a.d..,.,... A.TTErri.r
JOSEPH W. JlAT<'U"TT, Coy a. Harris. Jr.

for Plaintiff. BOARD OF
Sept. 10, Oct. 7. U, 21. 4U. TION Sept. 5OOct.T-lt-21. eta.PAGE .






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Thursday. Oct. 21, 1965 THE FLAULER iRIBUNE, BUNNELL, FLO1U1JA PAGE, SEVEN:

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I people that Inhabit It. We could doing today. seeking higher wages and fringe -anla. It alive, and If dead all

Too Late turn this country back to the You would think the barbers II benefits to worry about hair. Parrisn t[hrouKb. under claiming or against interest RAY-by,

Indians and they would do adam union would have something to WILSONW1LSON and KSTHEU

sight better job of caringfor say about haircuts but it seems MARGARET ALDER

To Classify it and protecting it than we their organizers are too busy HASTINGS MATTRESS ; and ALLEN 8. WILIiUlt. wiLBUR her hueh .
I and. 64 <( ny Russell Kcrr -- -- --- -- --- -- -- j & UPHOLSTRY WORKS N. Y., If alive and {If dead
I all parties
claiming interest b y.
710-12 Lemon St. through, under or airalnat/ MAH-

In this crazy mixed up world Pal atka. Florida GA.UICT LEN 8. ALDER W 1LIlUit.WILUUlt and A1-

today, you would think we had CLASSIFIEDADS Phone EA 5-9166 THOMAS W ALOEU and SAnA.-

enough to worry about without Furnltu % Upholstering VENA coin Avenue ALDER, ,Wlnnetoka.his wife ilLn-

going gaga over haircuts, but lUpalrea & Refinished If ally. and If dead all Illinois partle
Mattresses & Box Springs claiming I Interett by. through
folks have such warped un-
a
some r Mod %c Order Also RenovatedCall der or against THOMAH W, LIPat
sense of values that they are and 8AUAVENACHRISIAN ALUIit
Laura Morris 437-3233

ready to start a fuss over just Llatinga under thU heading are 8 cent per word oath Inanition After 8:00 P. M. LENT ASSOCIATION 8CIENCK, a Maa.achuaet HENKVO.-

about anything.It Corporation, 107 Kalmouth
(The American Automobile Assolatlon FOR SALE-4 room house on lot PRICES REASONABLE. Street. No-ton IS, Moaaachuaetta.
that In Houston devoted
seems a BUDGET PLAN IF NEEDED.
needs full time sales 100x225: Deen Road, Bunnell, and all unknown lien
father, and a college professor i Just as near as TOUT holdera and t.t:3rh.
un-
at.that, is ready to commit representative in Flagler Count.ty. $3800.00. Immediate occupancy. Phone or Post Office known heirs legatees, devisees

mayhem to defend the so- Contact F. Mandziara, Rt. 1, Box Drop Us A Card or Call and peraona legal living rrprcentatlvea or dead having of all or

called right of his juvenile offspring liberal I 7 Bunnell about house next door. Free Pick-up & Delivery claiming to have any right, title,
Commission and Bonuses Int.r'.t. claim or lien on the here
Caslmlr kfL (
Bankowski. L
10-14-2tc
to attend school with his Complete Training Inafter described landa and all per.
IN TIIH to whom It
rinrurr (rornr may concern to.
hair down over his eyes and obstructing Life Insurance I ZIG ZAG SEWING MACHINE, KXTII JUDICIAL flllfl'IT.lE1'w it: the following: land. situate
AND mil KLAULKIl ( In Pi Klr county Florid and de
his delicate pink ears. COIINTY -
Paid Vacations Repossessed 65 Model Swing KI.OHI04. |\ fllANtKHY: CASH acrlbed aa:

Apparently, still trying to Pension Plan Needle Dlal-O-Matlc, makes NO. IU.3ANOUS Parcel It Lot 10. and the Northerly

cling to a bit of plain everyday Contact B. R. Burgess, 100 Sea- i(I fancy stitches makes button. 8. UYNOLDS. JR. IS. ona.h.1t'r'U) of lx>ta II and-

common sense, the schools of breeze Blvd., Daytona Beach, I I II holes, sews on buttons blind *".* Plaintiff fhown In flat hook wn of 1, liunnell at 1'aga aa l,
contend that students MKUCKDKS t'Ubllo Hcord of .'1..1.,
Houston Florida. 10-14-2tcl I hems, monograms, embroiders, M. REYNOLDS 1)ef.ndant. riorida County,

should at least dress and act I darns, patches etc. Assume remaining NOTICE TO AITKAI1

like human beings when in the SINGER electric sewing machine 6 payments of $6.00. IEltCEUESFI FIIIEYNULUSApartment : &Parcel Hthi7ljiOII.'l'illJ S. Lot' T,**>I,of .tote. and 11

schoolhouse despite the screamsof In console cabinet like new. Ph. Daytona (collect) 2556431. 1. ... 17, Town of liunnell.
31 ROM Court shown In flat Hook 1 at Page
fond parents. Sews forward and reverse. All Oct. 14.21, 2tp. Campus Manor I, Public llecorda of Klagler Coun

.This noble and learned professor attachments for making buttonholes Amherst New York ty, rlorlda.Parcel ,
You hvrcby
are notifIed that a
who Is entrusted with In zlg-zagglng and fancy BRAND NEW FRAME HOME, suit for divorce has been flldavalntt I. Lot I, Clock 10. Town

structing our youth at Rice stitch designs. Fully guaranteed.Can 14x18, completely finished out cause and you you In are the hereby above required entitled of t'I at liunnell.I.r. aa I?. shown Public In Record Plat Hook of

University, is frothing at the be seen In your area. Make side. In Korona across the rail to serve upon I'Utntlff'a Attorney, County, Florida
whose
mouth because his son was refused eight monthly payments of $4.91or road. Price $1000.00. B. Czachor hereon, name your and written adilreaa defense appear If 1 arcel .LotO t' (%) mineral
rlghta
admission to school until will discount for cash. Write: I owski Oct. 14, 3tp. any Paid cult to I the on Dill or of before Complaint the SOth 1 In block easterly of 3 of of Dlock the Unnumbered 40 Town of

he got a haircut The professor Credit Manager, 122 S. Clear- day of November IKS. else decree liunnell Page of record In Map Hook I.
I.
Flatter
BUNNELL THEATRE FOR SALE.Sell pro confeano will be entered against : County, Florida
claims the lad's civil rights are. water Road, Largo, Florida. In1i a ,Por.tl.n.of Tracta 1. I, and
with without you.WITNESS ,
or equipment, my hand and seal of "II" In Section 1/. accordIng .
being Infringed.On 10-21-tfc said Court this to the map of Uunnell Develop
Itth
Box 237, Lake Butler, Florida, day of Octo
her U. ment Company' land of record Irk.
kind of 11(5.
this
an argumentI
FOR SALE-Flagler Beach tom t H. A. Dale. 10.14.3tc ( .Ati R. A. 8MYTHR Map Hook I. Page |, Vlagler County. -
suppose if the kid wanted to Clerk of said Court Florida: Paid parcel described
ZQ'xlZV on Daytona Ave. north Julia aa follow: Hegln at a point In
Dy
attend school in his pajamas HOUSE FOR RENT on AlA and no.U tVt'trk the ,easterly line of Allen Mtr et

in the nude, his civil rights between 7th and 8th Sts. $850. 9th St. Flagler Beach. Mrs. Bob w U WAORWOnTIlP. *point? street al row laid' out said
being
Phone 4392213. .I* O. Pox Ifunnell a distance of 105.0'.
would be In jeopardy if they refused 10.21.3tp Noland, Seville, Florida. Phone Florida, north $0' J4' east from the Inter-

to admit him. If you wantto COMPTON'S 7492309. 9-23-tf Oettt::-;110fJo Plaintiff. 1.11-Ito .a'lIon northerly' of.IJ.I "trllc\,11:\ land couth with Anderaun the

.. Street a laid
aa now
technical abut it I --- -- outs
get suppose PICTURED ENCYCLOPEDIA For FOR RENT-1 bedroom duplex IN TIIH CIMCIir COI'IIT thence Mouth SI' 10' east, a ill*.
they would be, and I don't doubt The Home & School. Free Dem. KMTII JI'IIICIAI.' (111(1'I''Nr" t ane. of 410' to a, point thence
furnished apartment Couple or AND F 01' KLAUI.KIt: (fOUNT, North II It East a distance of
that you could easily find some onstratlon. See or call Marvin KMHIIIIA AT LAW NO. Ml 140' to a point) thence North 81'
lawyer who would be single person, reasonable rent. THM HOU.MINO AUTIIOKITY OF 60' West a dlatance of 71...l* to
shyster II. Parker, Bunnell, Fla. 4373236. Phone 437.3304 9-23tf 0. Jl'1.AULltm. the Westerly line of lot 1 afore-
willing to fight the case all the 10-21-2tp 12nHl.tNTY aald! thence Mouth. II* 17' IC.... ft
-- distance ...
of I.
a slate agency, to a point; thence
way to the Supreme Court if necessary. I will redeem at face value Petitioner. northl* lo' West ft distance of
FLAGLER BEACH AUCTION 10.11' to. point J thence south II*
.
tokens
limited number of trade
A. C. ItOIMIICIM, *t .... U' West a distance of 104' to the
Maybe I'm backward and old every Thursday night 7:30. This issued by Lambert It Moody, efendant point of beginning.

fashioned but I just can't understand week will have lots of new Johnson Lumber Supply Co. ftOTH'K TO 114M Al'm 14141)! A It Afll Marlon troiIOC-.t.: the
: t.rlt
modern day reasoning cloth for dresses, drapes up Price and Son, Harley L. Freeman TUB MTATU OK FLOftlllA. TO: Illock Unnumbered'0. of
Tarrel HOIxJKItH.
I A. C. and
It seems that half of the worldis holstery. Fame and bring a L e/o Flagler Tribune, Bun I'AUUNK KODOKKM. liunnell. I That
alley
Klorlda.KI1WIN. In the unnumbered
walking around with a chipon friend. 10.21.1tcFOR nell, Fla. 9.23:10.21lne.p; C WIIXON and- block easterly of Illock ...

its shoulder and the otherhalf Wilson his wife, If married whoa.
SALE Full set Encyclopedia FURNISHED APARTMENT for Chrlatlan name la unknown Sill niMckr'ii' Street easterly ot Lot I.
Is and anxious to I'. Waahlntton. .
eager street N. W., T.
Brittanlca; also book for 1966. rent, Phone Harris Appliances, i>. C.l/ { alive and If dead all
knock it off. It is a dangerous That 10' alley In Illock U.
patties rlalmlnir Intereat
Cost $395, will sell for $200; also 4373367. 9-23-tf by.
situation and if we don't watch IhroufJ'j..und.' or an.lnat KDWIN You
are hereby notified
Hotpoint washer less than one -i WIIJMJN. that theabove
our step, the first thing you con UPHOLSTERY Bunnell his wife. petitioner ha* brought Uila
year old, $75. Phone 4373755.1021ltc: IIAYMONI (*. WILSON and Kfl. c ue to condemn the properly
know some half-wit head o t Fla Hwy 11, will pick up and TllUlt WILMON/ his wife, (10 Kim 1 I above described' for ft public purpoe -
state will blow fuse and Htreet ( Hear). Iteadlnv. to-wlt: for the ronatructlon/
a we deliver all furniture free. For vanla. It alive and If dead 1'.nn.I'1 of low rental publlo, / houaln unit

will all find ourselves sitting on FOR SALE 49 model pickup sample material and prices on ling claiming interest necessary appurtenances pertaining
I thereto and
to acquire fee
a cloud playing a harp or In the motor runs good. Fair body and labor call 4373673. 7-1-tf under WIU40N or and against KHTMKIlMAUOAIIRT bythrOU.h'l to aald land. simple1111e

nether world shoveling coal. tires. $75. Phone 4392117. An You and each of you are hereby
AL() : commanded to IMI and
We have reached the point t chor Motel AlA, Flagler Beach. SEPTIC TANK cleaning; drain and AU.KN M. W/1.11111 her hue the Circuit: Court fur the appearn Seventh

fields Installed; snail shell. Rea band, 14 Ureenacrea Avenue, rVara. !! Judicial( r and
where we can do almost any 10-21-ltp l.. rtorlnda: ti teF11th
dale, N. Y, If alive and If dead r County, on
thing by pushing a button- ana- enable prices. Call George Ja- all partlea claimingnl.rat by daof DeremMr. 1141 at the of.
FOR SALE-1959 Star Chief roz ID 7.3110 8.l.tl throuch: ALI airalnet MAllOAIIKT : { fire nf the Clerk of aald Circuit
a habit like that can be downright 1ltr WlIJtUll and I !, Court IP show what right, title,
if push the Pontiac, power steering, heater AI.I.KN H. WIMIUII !I interest or lien you or any of you
dangerous we -.. TlloMAM W. AI.UKH and HAIIAVKNA have : lo any of the above-
radio. Excellent condition. Corner rld.r
wrong button. Let some guy ALI)111hla wife II* IJn I I I tu show cau.
7th Street North, Flagler JOHNSTON'SnACUI ruin Avenue. Wlnnatka. If I) why the *.!fIt! ahituld not be taken
tell Castro that he can't attend alive and If dead all Ililnol.1 m. I I" fur the u..* and purpnae above

school unless he shaves off his Beach. 10-21-ltc BEACH REALTY CO. Inr .;ilot1, through under oagainst r I I I described and fur other relief aI .
I W may b* n.ce..rry
LOTS HOMES, OCEAN FRONT, and I or default& will
beard and brother that guy FOR SALE 00 theater seats ::50ctnt.I HAIIAVKNA AI.l1C1t. btI entered ag.lnt you.
WATER FRONT, FARMS, CllltlMTIAN rU'lKNCH Alo TAKE NOTICM thai D. .
II'NICVO.I ft
wouldn't hesitate to push the each. For information call 1 ACREAGE IJCNT AII.-cXIATIUN1 llaratlon 1 of Taking haa been flld
lei
.
button and then being sorry he 4373825. aetta Kalmouth bv Petitioner In the Offl,.. of the
10-21-ltp lee tu for your real estate DeedlOfnc. Ml reel, Ilueton II. k//wwrhua.lt.. I Clerk of Ihl. Court In thl sauce
did wouldn't help anybody.And I'arrel I. HOI U MrNAH and Hef I the taking of above lends

while I am writing this, FOR SALE-1965: Camp Cab, located Phone HE 9.2242 tlearh.WINIKIIKI II. MeN All. Plane, I I for the .' / ** '....*.e, a. ..t
Klorlda.C1TIKKNM petition
I forth
In he
filed
Residence Phones ID 7-3G01 In thl.
better men than you or I or the on Old Dixie Hwy. Korona. i HANK OK" lllfNNKU.. rau." and thaths scone will I/o
Ask for Mrs. Mackey In house or ID 7SS175lanlrr : i iI liunnell.I'arrel llltlr: 1iIUtT brought on f',r hearing before the
professor or his son are fighting I I'AKItlMII. Honorable Mowed' W, M.llon.
Dominican alongside camper. 10 21 Itp Jl(. and KVKI.YN I'AKItlMII I hlawife. Judge of this I'ourt or other Judge
and dying in Viet Nam ---- .
Ill Ixximla Avenuesr.ytun* that may ... sitting In hi* place
Republic and other places llearh. KlorldaKDWIN on the ]lrd day of oumb.,. Ills
FULLER BRUSH SALES,or SCR- I C. WllXfiM andWIIJJN. -- --+I I at IDA o'clock I'. M at Chamber.
and It gripes my soul. VICE. Call 252-4583 Daytona l a: r (Trtbunr hla wife if married 1 Klagler County Courthouse, liunnell. .
Chrlatlan
will whoae name le unknuw I. Klorlda, la run.ld.r sail
There Is nothing wrong Beach. It order is $5.00 or more till 1', Mtreet. N, W. vVaehlnlon Deflarallon of Taking and take
this country but the crazy tool PVJlJUU.: FLORIDA t, /.. C, If alive anl If dead, all Push other action a* the Court
we will refund cost of telephone .rll./ rlalmtnf interest by. dem proper .. provided by law
I Ihroiifh under or .*.I..t KOWIN All pallor to this cull and allKrlle
I* TIIK OHO IT TO!'MT. eev call. Oct 21-TF MTUL u a. rvLLxn. Editor C WilJMlN and-' -WIt.MO v. rn Inlereat and
I* may appear
nIT1JI01151. OHO?
hla
.
wife
at that time *n A iv ciiA.vcr.HV NO.a11 L.gal AdvertUJ WILMON. hla wife, she Kim ct.,..1o lie your answer to> sail.
available as a Fullerette street 111 tear). Heading. lennolvanla. 1 trillion/ the urtlee .f the Clerkof
CATHERINE JEHOUB.llalntlff.. selling Fuller Brush products. I alive and If dead, all. par* in* Circuit Court of Plans"
.. tlea claiming lhrou h County. rord.w/ the Cuurthouliunnell. ,
Enlaced M -4 class matter .1rntult bl't ; *-
jsROMn. Should have car and at least 15 February .. I'll. .* the poet under or (). ) C 1. Klord. en or before lh'
ELMER E. ... ., WIIJ40N and KMTIIKII WIIADV" Illh day of Ieeeember. 1141. ami
Kivrto .
Uwnnoti. ItHar4CI
.Y.
Defendant. hours a week free. Average $2 of March I. IITI MAIt'MKKT .....,um W II.IIUICI.I..Y.JI lo erve a copy f four aald an-
NOTirK TO AWCAH and .\ H WIUlt'M.: her hue* ewer upon W. U VVADNWOHTII.
THE UTATB Of KLOHIDA TO: to $3 per hour. Call Daytona "band 14 SLIER E. JKItOUK. Beach 252-4583 or write, II. Sll-l 0. poor ..1.MII. dale N. Y,. If alive, and If dead 1 torney for "'.lItI"...,. on or before
e/o Anna LKloerl all parties claiming Iniereel .ii'h dale.It .
_.... __&.all by
Clinton Avenue Oct. 21-TF .. through, under or a alnet MAlU I le Hereby Ordered thai IhUnolle
A .tb; York ---- OAKKT AI.',..:,. WJUIL'K and and order be published cogs
You are notified that a AU.KM M WILIIUH.. a week fer four consecutive week
..ult for divorce ha. been Sled THOMAM W. AU>KII and NAHA 1 I prior to aald d.ta> The singles
agaln-t you In the above entitled VKNA ACHEAle wife. 114 LJnol Tribune newpap-r having a
can*. and you are hereby required A...... Wlnnalka. Illlnola./ It general tlreulatlon, In KlagUr.
to .erv. upon Plaintiff Attorney alive and If dead all partlee flalmln I County, Kt..,Id..
.._ and addreee BUDDY KNOX 66 SERVICE CENTEROn
who* appear Iniereel through under er !, IICHKIM KAIL NOT a* ft Oofualt
hereon. roar written defenee II ..ln.l I TIIOMAN W ALI'KII and will ... entered agalnal you
. ta the Bill of Complaint I" MAHAVKNA AI.DKILWIKNCK
acid cult, on or before the lit" AlA & N. 4th St, Flagtir I Beach "luurrlAH/ 1tt:' EV(). rs14 WITNESS Court and mr band|bo Meal a* Clerk ef Mid of
day of November lilt el** decreepro LENT a !'our'. thi* Ilk day of.loons.
confea** will Vo entered again Mil .AMIM1l'/AYIUNIe I I 1.manful. Ile It 4l at lluonell. hinging
you Phone 439-9221 II"..., IkMUa Ul.MaMa hue>lte t.u; ,. KlorldV
WITNEM my hand and ...1 ..f.aid I'artel /. KDWIN I* WII.4O.Ma (Circuit ('eurt Hall
. Court thin llth day .( Orto- 4--- -w/lJMN hie wife Ifmarried. / K. A. HHYTtlKtfi.
";MJ p, 1041. whose ChritlUn le MAkoowa. A. 11M IT 1111. Clerk ef the
4 E. JL BMYTIIE fill I'. Street HW,, w..A- Circuit l'ourt. n....' Coun:
Clerk of .*ld Cost la t* t. II'. fl. C, If tllve and If '1r
By JalU feputyeClerkw. d*:d, Mrtlee Ulmln littereel ./ w, I. Wad:worth
bjr. under er a.. W I. Wadewerthf.
U WAPeTwrORTlI iJv1"L' .. iL:1
aad O. lIne Itt
p. 0. n<>. m 24 HOUR HEAVY DUTY WRECKER SERVICE .le wife.KATMO.HD. ""...l KlorldaATT .
Itaanell. Klortda C WIUVW aa4 EH* )HNKY KOBpirriTiuNeii
Attorney for Plaintiff TIIKM W IJMI. Pile wife.I KimMlreel !
Oet 14-11-ZI A Nov.Ito (hear) fUedlaf. 1'.naey 0... 7 I.U. Nov. l-ll-4UI




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EIGHT THE FLAGLER TRIBUNE, BUNNELL, FLORIDA Thursday, Oct. 21, 1965
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Mrs. Laura Frier Is a patientIn Southern Bell Em- All, all of Atlanta.Representing Miss Meriwether, Nashville- ,
t the local hospital for med. I Tenn.A .
the union are
ical treatmentMrs. ployees Negotiate W. W. Brown of Atlanta, as I

,chairman, W. E. Buttram, Nashville rare Malayan .
i SON FOR THESTRICKLANDS praying mantis
Geneva is a
Rodgers
In the local hospital patient for Monday In Atlanta Tenn., W. E. Johnson, Mobile not only looks like an orch
Mr. and Mrs. Marvin Strick I Ala., Mrs. Hazel Larson, id; at times the pink Insect
: surgery. Representatives of the Southern Cocoa Beach, Fla., Mrs. Annie S.
, land of Bunnell are the parents rocks in Imitation of a breeze-
Bell Telephone Companyand I Runnells, Hattisburg, Miss., and blown blossom.
of born at the Halifax
son
a Visiting here Thursday with the Communications Work.ers .
. j 18. He weighed --- -
Hospital October Mr. and Mrs. Tom Holden was of America began negotiations - - ---
I! seven pounds, 13% ounces., Mrs. Mary Woods of West Palm In Atlanta Monday on a I

Beach. Mrs. Woods will be re second and final wage reopener
'I and Mrs. L. H. Church
Mr. membered as the former Miss under the present contract. I
v\tf l,
have returned home after a vacation tjGU
I Mary Wedden, who is a graduateof The contract affects approx.
which took them to Nl
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the Bunnell High School. imately 60,000 employees In nine gee
agra Falls, New York City, and Southern states. ..tfOUlLdDcto't
many points of Interest enroute.
They also visited two days at I CARD OF THANKSI The present 38-month contract ....
their former home In North want to thank my many between the company and the
Carolina. friends for all the cards, flowers, union became effective In Sep. 6tinq qGU/t.
and visits, sent to me while I tember 1963, and permitted two ;

Omega Durrance has returned was in the hospital, and also wage reopenlngs. The first "wage I rt
to his home, East Moody during my convalescence here at reopener" agreement under the
home. present contract was negotiated
Boulevard, after undergoing
They have meant much to me last and became effective I ,." Gtt
major surgery at'the Halifax year V I Iq'tuq
and are deeply appreciated. I
November 5, 1964.Representing
Hospital In Daytona Beach. Omega Durrance ', tote

the company In
Mr. and Mrs. J. A. Henderson CARD OF THANKS negotiations are C. T. McKinney nnnmuzgIuzu

of East Palatka visited here Sincere appreciation for the ar chairman, M. P. Green, J. D. I 437-3325 BUNNELL

Saturday- and Sunday with flowers, cards, and gifts I received Hardwick, W. B. Wade. and W. H. '
friends.! ------- --- -
while in the hospital and
since I returned home. Many
Mr. and Mrs. Victor Buckles thanks.

and visited sons in, and Jacksonville A. M. McDaniel Sunday.Mr. ,.I Lottie Steele Now New Chevelle "

I THANK YOU
and Mrs. L. M. Whitaker To our many friends who sent

I were recent visitors In Lake greetings, called, sent cards,
I Wales attending a Whitaker gifts, the telephone cals, telegrams .
family reunion. and all the nice things
I j that went to making our golden p'Alegi

Buddy Taylor and Jim Burn. anniversary such a memorial

,. sed, students at Boca Raton Col. day, we' say thank you. Words
lege spent the past weekend cannot express our deep appre
here with their families. elation for everything. Sincerely,
, Mr. and Mrs. Henry Wells

, I Mrs. Virginia High underwent
I foot surgery at the Halifax Hospital CARD OF THANKSWe
Monday morning. She Is wish to express our deep
Improving and expects to return' appreciation to our friends and
home during the week. I relatives for their prayers, vis-
! Its, cards, flowers and all other
acts of kindness, special thanksto
Mrs. Earl Black and children,
t
the doctors, nurses of Bunnel
I Earl Britt and Sobrenia, are :visiting .
General Hospital during the Illness
I to: Charleston, S. C., with
and the loss of my Dear
I If I
, her father and her husband's
Husband and Father, Paul W.
parents. I Bill Cummins, Sr.
M, Your thoughtfulness will always .
i Alvin Salyerds, son of Mr. and be remembered. May God

I Mrs. Tommy'Salyerds, left' Monday bless each of you.
i for Fort Jackson, S. C. for Wife and Children

army duty.
CARSON FORMS FBES BAND

Among those attending the
Continued From Page 1 ,
Annual Church Convention In

Ocala over the week end were son and Lee Strickland.In ,y

.. Mrs. Mable Lane, Mrs. LJnnle addition to the "Little Yt
Clover, Mrs. Camilla McKnight, Band," Mr. Carson also teaches
Mr. and Mrs. Henry Salyerds, and flutophone lessons to all third 3 r
Mr .and Mrs. P. P. Pelllcer. grade students twice a week.
Mr. Carson has planned to pre. ,
sent a few programs by both
Jeep Worley, who is stationedIn groups during the school year.
Texas with the U. S. Navy, Is They will be announced later
spending a short leave here with and everyone Is looking forwardto
his parents, Mr. and Mrs. them, especially the enthus -
Charles Worley and family. I'iastic youngsters.
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-- -- Nero CAmlb SS 398 Sport COKJX

with cltan-tcvlpted' all-ntw Body by Fuhtr. y z.

THE WINDMILL GARAGEUNDER


NEW MANAGEMENT-NOW by Chevrolet ...



" SAXON'S GARAGEu. .


Two new Super Sport beauties Both Chevelle SS 396 models ride on
No. 1 at Overpass
for '66-a hardtop and convertible a special flat-cornering chassis. A fullysynchronized

Bunnell, Florida Phone 437-3918 -propelled by nothing less than the 3-speed transmission with
floor-mounted stick shift is standard. Or
new Turbo-Jet 396 V8.
you can order 4-speed or PowerglideThis

,/\\1'/',..../',......MVWWWFOR ti remarkably efficient power plant, -also Strato-bucket front seats, center

ALL HOURS-DAY OR NIGHT with aircraft-type valves, deep-breath console and full SS instrumentation.
ing ports and other design advances Your Chevrolet dealer's is the place to
develops 325 hp in the standard see how all this feels from behind the
AMBULANCE I version. And you're welcome to order wheel.He's. a believer

SERVICE PHONE VAlley 41625 more-in a 360-hp version-if you're in letting the customers

ST. AUGUSTINE. nomDANn.1 so inclined. handle the merchandise.

be btsltunt about calling a Garcia Ambulance. W. '
See the new 66 Chevrolet Chevelle
,
are always at your suite with promptness safety and
txperttoc Chevy II, Corvair and Corvette at your dealer's

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Equipped With Oxygen Retu.itaor and Inhalator
It.t..sHALLTUMLIN
Garcia Funeral HomeP.

E. GARCIA, Licensed Funeral Director CHEVROLET COMPANY

LADY ASSISTANT \\
200 S. STATE BUNNELL FLORIDA PHONE
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