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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 28, 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 )
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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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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 I>..- 53_, NO. 43 -_ BUNNELL, FLORIDA, THURSDAY, OCT. 28, 1965 $2.50 A YEAR

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New Business DISTRICT DEPUTY School Millage 'SUSAN BRANNAM Flagler Beach

GOVERNOR VISITS I ,
I L ELECTED TO

Locates In BUNNELL LIONS I Vote Tuesday, KAPPA DELTA PI State Park To j

BunnellCaldwell Deputy District Susan Brannam, daughter of I.
Wells A. Moon of November I 2nd I Mr. and Mrs. I... L. Brannam of I Be Developed -"

Sales is Bunnell,newest visited with the Lions I Flagler County's Freeholder- Bunnell, has been elected to
Flagler Beach Park Chairman
business establishment. The Tuesday noon. Other guests 'taxpayers are urged to go to. the membership In the Alpha Delta ,George Moody Sr., said today he
-" --- l business is own eluded Billy Wadsworth. polls on Tuesday, November 2, Chapter of Kappa Delta PI, Na* had) been advised by Park Officials .
and operated by Harris, Rev. Tom Pinner, 1965, and vote for the 10 mill tlonal Honorary Society for,I that to
they plan begin
Earl D. Caldwell Mason, and Jimmy Watson. In the field of Educa I
levy for the operation of their graduates ) ,
work the In
r more on park the I
of Daytona Beach j I Lion Allen Reynolds f schools. This is the same mill. tion. i near, future. '
and Is located on Billy Wadsworth who talked I age taxpayers of the county Susie is a graduate of the Bun.
South Bay streetin the United Nations. have approved since 1963. I I nell High School and attendedthe I lie said 35000.00 has been '

the former potato The Club voted to sponsor '.I Voters are requested to keep Daytona Beach Junior Col earmarked to be spent on the /
plant. Christmas Lighting again this date in ,mind and remind lege In Daytona Beach for two development of the park be.
The new busIness year. I other eligible voters to turn out years. She Is in her senior year lacers now and July, 1966. This
11 deals in industrial t for this important election. As and last semester at the Florida includes the' Beachfront development
$ chemicals -I I State In Tallahas $13,830.00; Bulkhead I
tw has been noted, there has been University
serving swimming pools Bunnell Lost To no change in the millage for I see. At the end of the semester 0,0000.00; Residence for Ranger, '
1447000. The item for the
and Janitor supplies. They are schools in Flagler County this she expects to do her intern
serving hotels and motels in this Florida AirAcademy year. 1 teaching in Volusia County.PaulR.Vogel.Sr.. waterlines of $1,700.00 has ale
ready been spent.
Polls will at 7:00 a. m.
open
area.Mr.. Caldwell has been In bus. 19-2 and close at 7:00 p. m., In the 1966-67 budget the
a Flagler Beach Park is
Beach expectedto
mess in the Daytona area
for the past 17 years. lIe retired I Bunnell was out numbered receive $100,000.00 for the fu-
I' some time ago and has recently players, 34 to 16 last GeorgeClegg Funeral Service sure development of the park, it

organized the new business I night and come up on the was learned.
New PresidentOf Held
here. end by a score of 192. The MondayPaul

nell Bulldogs refused to give Farm BureauGeorge Richard Vogel, Sr., 79. of Halloween Carnival
Falcons much yardage on 1 204 No. Central Ave., Flagler

Rev. ground but they took to the Clegg was elected Beach, died October 15 after : Sponsored By VFW
Chellgren I to best the Bunnell Bulldogs.The president of the Flagler County I five weeks of Illness at the HalIfax .

Supply Pastor At Falcons started Farm Bureau, succeeding L. E. Hospital, Daytona Beach. And AuxiliaryThe
I scoring late In the first Wadsworth who has served the lie was born in Raschau, Ger
past three many. He came to the United Veterans of Foreign Wars
First MethodistRev. .,by a series of passes with years.
final pass being a 20 Elected to serve with him was States in 1964 and became a cit. and the Ladles Auxiliary are
and Mrs. W. E. Chellgrenof ,from Quarterback Tom Louis Stefllk, vice president; I izen In 1967. Paul and Hannah sponsoring the Annual Halloween

Daytona Beach, retired Min to end John Benadeto, good Daniel Johnston, secretary; and were married June 11, 1916. Carnival Friday night
" ister of the Western Pennsylva- six points. Quarterback Harold Emery treasurer. After 48 years working In Chicago October 29, at the Bunnell Civic
: nla Methodist Conference, ar- hit end John Sobin with a The' new officers were. electedat as a greeting card dlstrlb+ Center where the costumes will
rived Wednesday to begin his for the extra point. the Board of Directors meetIng utor he moved to Flagler Beach be ,Judged and prizes will be
duties as Supply Pastor of the which followed the annual 15 years ago. lie was a memberof awarded. They will be Judgedon
First Mthodist Church. The Falcons second score meeting and banquet ,held last the Masonic Lodge In Chicago the basis of prettiest, fun
In the second quarter on a week. They took office at the nlst, and most original. The
Rev. Chellgren will deliver the yard Jass from Quarterback meeting, of the Directors. Survivors Include his wife, Band will head the parade.A .

... message at the eleven o'clock ondo to end Sabin. Try for The Board of .Directors were Hannah; two sons, Paul Jr., chicken pilau supper will
.
service Sunday.,nvornlng,. October extra point f>4lled.,The Air entertained at'ftsteak dlnner-at Par '%Ridge, Ill.;--and .. John be served, beginning at & p. m.. .
r. 31 t. He will serve the ,emy led 13.0 at' the balU the Bunnell Coffee Shop Tuesday Charles, Chicago; one brother, The Cub Scouts ",111"leU candy
Church as' pastor until February evening by representatives Heinz. Schwarzenberg, Germanyand and the Bunnell High School
when a regular assigned min The Bunnell Bulldogs took, of the Farm Insurance Division. five 'grandchildren.Services Band will have the cake walk.
ball in
, ister will take, over the charge. fine blocking the third and quarter running on 3)I Following the dinner they presented were held at 2 p. m. I There will be numerous other
(attractions during the evening.
October
18 at the
an Insurance Community
programfor
retired in 1961
Rev. Chellgren halfbacks David Splvey,
Memorial Church This will be followed by a danceat
the ,
Farm Bureau. Flagler Beach'wth ,
after thirty five years of service Bullock, Ednis Buono and 9
Rev. R. W. Dickert p. m.
I as a minister. lie and his wife ter back Walton Cowart, pastor
officiating. Burial Those organizations have been
Hill
was at
VFW
j have recently moved to Daytona moved the ball 70 yards to AUXILIARY
lie sponsoring the Halloween Cam
Cemetery, Ormond Beach.
Beach to reside. They are now Falcon's one foot line DIST PRESIDENT I Pallbearers were Gilbert ival for the past several. years.

) residing in the Methodist parsonage they were stopped on TO VISIT HERE I II Frank, Howard Wlshaupt, Roy
on Magnolia avenue. down just short of the '
r However, the Falcons with The Ladles Auxiliary of the McNab, Emil Huber, Rufus DEPUTY HUNTER
to the wall were forced to I VFW will entertain the Eighth Miller and Alfred Yuengllng. COMPLETES SPECAL

, CLUB CHANGES ble 'In the end zone where District President at a meeting In charge of services, Wood. TRAINING COURSE
at the Post Home Thursday ward-Lowther of Ormond Beach.
MEETING DATEThe con Quarterback Rltondo Wilfred E. Hunter Deputy
ered his own tumble for I night at 8 o'clock.
r Sheriff
Sheriffs
Flagler County
Flagler Senior Citizens ty for Bunnell. Members are urged to attend
this Office graduated recently from
meeting.
Club which normally meets on BUNNELL HIGH
the Florida Law Enforcement
After
a series of passing
the first and third
Tuesday'eve- SCHOOL PLANS .
Academy after successfully completing
running plays the Falcons NAMES OMITTED
nlngs of the month, will hold I
I t its first meeting in November on back Chick Chambers took FROM SCHOOL HOME COMING I a. highly specialized

Nov. 9 Instead of Nov. 2. The quick flip around left end f HONOR ROLL Home Coming plans for the training course in Crime Scene
change was made necessary due the ten yards for the last I Member of the Bunnell High annual Bunnell High School Investigation Procedure, The

to the scheduled use of its clubroom con touchdown. Try for the : School Staff said they regret the Homecoming are all In the mak five day program featured the
in the Municipal Building, tra point failed. following names were unintentionally Ing. They Include preparing thee use of forensic science in mod.
: criminal
[ Flagler Beach, as a polling The Bunnell players omitted from th floats, electing Home Comings ern Investigation.

place in the November 2 elfIC.tlon. what could be said their School Honor Roll which King and Queen, and many Investigative specialists and
published in last week's Tri other details. technicians
b ball game this year against laboratory of the
I much Air bunt: Those elected by the High Florida Sheriffs Bureau *
larger presentt'd
Academy.
A spokesman for the Club i coaching staff Is proud of I Grade 12A, Margie Lee Blake School to enter the King and a discussion of recent developments .
said that announcement ly. and
an Zachary Holland
,
Queen contest
are:
fight shown the In modern crime In*
. by entire
would be made next week Grade 9A
concerning nell team. David Johnson. Senior Class: Marilyn McNab vettlgatlons. This was accomplished :
t the for the Grade 8A, Jeanne
program HIgglnboth and Martin Tucker. / through the use of class
i, Nov. 9 meeting. A speaker fromthe The Bulldogs lost am. Junior Class: Betty Lynn room lectures coordinated with

r Sodal Security Administration Cowart for two weeks with na Bourne and Fred Harrl practical applications. The 'students *
district office In Daytona Injured leg. However there is PELLICER CREEK Sophomore Class: Elizabeth participated In invrstlga*
t Beach has been invited to ap good possibility halfback ; CEMETERY WORK Allen and Edd Schatz. tJons of simulated crime scenes

t pear. Harris Injured last week I I DAY SATURDAY Freshman Class: Margie Lre ranging from burglary mur
I be back In the lineup. Blakely and Stanford Robertson. der.
f The annual fall work day at All Shoats or cat entries art
ANNUAL MILES The Bulldogs will have the Pellkxr: Creek Cemetery buNt asked to contact Dale Abott at
" 4 REUNION SET come up with another sup been for Saturday, October 439-2303 or Delores Deen 437-3503
, OCTODER3ht effort ,against rather Lopez $ 30, members of the Association I about entrance fees.EXECUTIVE FIRST BAPTIST
i The annual Miles Family' urday night at the said today. I II SUNDAY SERVICES

, Reunion will be held on Sunday .I Stadium In Daytona Beach. Everyone Interested in the Rev. Tom Pinner said today

October 31, at Miles Chapel(,:j{Bunnell Fla. Air Aka I I cemetery are urged to partlci I BOARDOF the topic for his Sunday morning
" located in Appllng County, V10 I. First Downs pate In the work day. BAND PARENTS service at the First Baptist

1 mile west of U. S. Highway 1.t 1152 Yards Passing 1<< I :MEETS TONIGHT Church will "Wanted, Protest

f halfway between Alma and Yards Passing I I Cosmic ray particles The Executive I anti Who Are Proud But Not
Committee
Bailey (the turnoff to at Miles,[,40' Passes Completed mysteriously from CDII\ln'l I the Bunnell School Band of Prejudice."
r I' I
Grocery) A basket lunch will 10 Passes Intercepted By solar
;
system have ents will hold
a meeting in rar'l At the o'clock
It be served at noon. Friends and 1 Fumbles Lost tight service: he
By times
relatives more energy than a physl[*I I band room at 8 o'clock said will be continuing the
r- are cordially Invited to 5-34 Punts Average i- dst 'I
can dive similar
attend. 30 Yards Penalized particles All members of the committee I study of the book of Revelation.All .
on earth. f
are urged to attend. are welcome.





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TWO filth: FLAGLER TRIBUNE, BUNNELL. ,, FLORIDA Thursday, Oct. 28, 1965
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Frost Senator Smathers :to point the way toward event. to Increase the use of land to
Warning
!ual for In farm Incomes
I victory man his con. produce higher I MILLER

Starts November I Praises Weather I.slant battle with the elements. than almost any of the other 48
.1 He pointed to Project Stormfury states inside the continental ELECTRONICS

The Federal-State Frost Warn. I ForecastersWith experiments to modify hurricanes United States. 1744 Ocean Shore Bird.
ing Service will again provide as one of the activities

state growers with forecasts and the active hurricane sea- 1'I that Congress "must" support. REPAIRS ON TV'S

freeze information in critical I son near an end for 1965, Senator WASHERSDRYERS
agricultural areas, starting No- : George A. Smathers (D-Fla) Cropland PotentialIn \

vember 1. praised the Weather Bureau for

its storm forecasting and urged Florida Not Used Call Collect 672.0377
The Service, Jointly sponsoredby I
greater effort to modify nature'sviolence.
the Florida Agricultural Experiment I
ALL WORK GUARANTEED
Florida has a lot more potential
Stations and the U.S.
Weather Bureau, begins its 31st "Gordon Dunn, director of the cropland than it Is present. ti rIAHS
National Hurricane Center at ly using. o
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year helping growers and farmers
prepare for freezing weather. Miami, and his staff merit the According to W. K. McPherson, PETERSON TEXACO

Regular bulletins will be issued grateful acknowledgement of agricultural economist with the SERVICE
through March 31. I the government and people they state's Agricultural Experiment
I served so'well," said the Flori Station in Gainesville, only 12 =21 1av ROAD SERVICE
The bulletins, released three : da Senator. percent of the state's potential St StFLL'Jl rs I Light Mechanical Work

times daily are transmitted over I Dunn stated that the active ,cropland is being used to produce Phone .437-3441 Bunnell

teletype lines circling the state's part of the hurricane season is crops.
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frost-critical region. The line over October 20 -..J-.J- 4vt
considered on To give some idea how Florida
extends from Gainesville to Day- when the tremendous dropoff in matches up with other agricultural (
tona Beach, southward to Lake storm occurrence is experienced.By southern states In this Community

land' Fort Myers and Home. October 25, the probability of area, here are some figures: Memorial Church
stead. hurricane forming Is but one
a Iowa uses 81 of its iat.r-I.iL..d..tt..ai
percent '.,t, %
Growers, cooperatives and in 15 years, said Dunn1. The an .
cropland for producing food and
state agencies can have the teletypewriters nual storm watch extends to November AIR CONDITIONED)
fibre, Illinois 78 percent; California r Avw
Installed to receive 30, however. Dayton
60 percent; Mississippi,
the forecasts and data. I Dunn told Senator Smathers FLAGLER BEACH
37 percent; North Carolina, 33 '
Information relayed on the that this year's Hurricane Betsy rnK1M pVWNt
percent; Georgia and Alabama, Sunday School 10:00 A.11
line covers dally district weather was the alltlme most destructive both 31 percent. ) wry 49NIA S Church Service 11:00 A.M.
forecasts, shipper's forecasts, hurricane ever to strike the all ki3d. d SMJN'vt'Ntd
McPherson that becauseof D1CKERT. Pastor
says R. W. ,
of J.MrM T
severe storm bulletins, five-day United States, with property
Florida's low
use of Its
crop. EVER YON B WELCOULOOKGY
outlooks, hourly radar reportson losses now estimated at 1.2 .-
land, It has more opportunities
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from Florida, California and 79 dead was far short of a rec.
age t
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Mint COMCS TMftT WtT MAC la ITTRUa THAT /THAT'S IOtE UTaRscntw.LAAM
Texas. ord. The greater portion of the CMts.Mt K -OU MALM tACKWAMDS I auv TMs {'LAIN T'nAm. 1. t
was WALK $AC ,W D.. *>' 1OO CAN SNt AM.WP ION LIKE. o [t TMt txp.tUos p11
Johnson said the frost warning destruction was, inflicted upon AtAL/sij It A* AWN TMOtK TaWMl SID P10ttJSACES w,4IN / VAsl act.
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service is particularly important Louisiana.
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to fruit and vegetable Smathers said the 36 hours of KRANTZ 11

growers 'us well as others since warning given to the, affectedarea MOTORS
sub-freezing weather can ruin a I of Florida against Betsy by !

crop or kill plants and trees. Dunn and his staff "unquestion

Many growers, he said, have the ably saved lives and prevented I
means of protecting their crops. I heavier property damage." Florida

Excessive rains can also de. suffered 4 dead and property 4 4ulw&i

stroy vegetable crops, and ad. losses og $119,200,000.The )( t
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Thursday,. Oct. 28, 1965 THE FLAOLER TRIBUNE, BUNNELL, FLORIDA PAGE THREE
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PLAN OF DESEGREGATIONBOARD in order to have space enough to grant another pupil's first
choice for the first school where such other pupil would have to
OF PUBLIC INSTRUCTION
travel a lengthy distance from his residence
to a school of his
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t ;; .' FLAGLER' COUNTY .- second choice if his first choice were not granted.B. .
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' 1 BUNNELL, FLORIDA Anyone whose choice is denied because of overcrowding will

be notified and required to make another choice from among
I. ANNUAL FREEDOM OF CHOICE OF SCHOOLSA.
all other schools in the system serving his grade level where
The Flagler County Board of Public Instruction has adopted a space is available.C. .
policy of complete freedom of choice to be offered annually in
Amended to read "On those levels
: grade where there is no ef-
all grades of all schools without .,regard to race, color, or na-
fective
second choice of school available to a child, either all
tional origin. first choices for that grade and school will be granted, and

B. The choice is granted to parents, guardians and persons acting special accommodations shall be made at once to provide for
I as parents (hereinafter called "parents") and their children. all children choosing the bvercrowded facility; or choices shall
It is required that a choice of school be made for each child. be honored solely on the basis of,the proximity of A child's res-
Teachers, principals and other school ,personnel are not permitted idence to the school chosen. Those children not allowed en-
to advise, recommend or otherwise influence which trance to the overcrowded school by reason of the application
choice is made. They are not permitted to favor or penalize of, this rule, shall be assigned, regardless of race, to the other
children because of choices. school in Flagler County offering classes in the child's grade
level."
;H. PUPILS ENTERING FIRST GRADE
VH. TRANSPORTATION
Registration for the first grade will take place the first full
week in May, 1966, from 9 :00 A. M. to 3 ::00 P. M. and at Transportation will be provided on an equal basis without segregation -
I equivalent times annually thereafter. When registering the or other discrimination because of race, color, or na-
parent is required to complete a Choice of School Form for the tional origin. The right to attend any school in the system will
child.: The child may be registered at any elementary school not be denied because of lack of school system transportationfrom
in this system, and the choice made may be for that school or the pupil's home to the school chosen. To tho maximum
for any other elementary school in the system. extent feasible, busses will be routed so as to serve each pupil
GRADES choosing any school in the system. tn any event, every student
IH. PUPILS ENTERING OTHER eligible for bussing shall be transported to the school to which

A. Each parent will be sent annually a letter, the text of which Is he is assigned under the provisions of this plan if his first choiceIs
attached, annually explaining the provisions of the plan, together either the formerly white or the formerly Negro school i nearest
with a Choice of School Form, the text of which is also his residence.

attached, and a self-addressed return envelope, at least fifteen
VIII. SERVICES, FACILITIES ACTIVITIES AND
(15) before the date *hen the choice form must be re PROGRAMS
clays
forms and letters to parents will also be readily There shall be nb discrimination based oh race, color, or national
available to parents or students and the general public In the origin, with respect to any services, facilities, activities and prO-
,school offices during regular business hours.B. grams sponsored by or affiliated with the schools of this school
system.IX. .
The choice of School Form must either be mailed or brought


to any school or to the superintendent's office by April 15, STAFF DESEGREGATION
"' 1966, and by an equivalent date annually thereafter. Anyonenot
registering his choice by that date must file his Choice of A. Teacher and staff desegregation is a necessary part of school de-
School Form at the time of registration when school opens. segregation. Steps shall be taken beginning with school year
Anyone, from whom a ,Choice of School Form Is still not ob- 1065-66 toward elimination of segregation of teaching and staff
tained will be assigned to the school nearest his home, where personnel boded on race, color, or national origin i, Including!
space is available after school kssigliniehfa hive been made in joint faculty meetings, in-servico programs, workshops, 6ther
accordance: with all choice submitted, but -"without regard to professional. meetings and other steps ai set forth in AttachmentC.
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race, color, or national origin.

IV. PUPILS NEWLY ENTERING SCHOOL SYSTEM OR CHANGING B, The race color, or national origin of pupils will not be a factor
RESIDENCE WITHIN IT in. the initial assignment to a particular school or within a school
of teachers, adminstrators or other employees! who serve pupils,
r A. Parent of children 'moving into the are* served, by this school beginning In 196667.C. .
system, or changing their residence within it, after the regis
This school system will not demote refuse
or to reemploy principals -
tration period is completed but before the opening of the school
i teachers and other staff members who
servo pupils, on the
year, will have the same opportunity to choose their children'sschool
basis of race color, or national origin; this includes any demo-
just before school opens by obtaining from any school
tion or failure to employ staff members because
of actual or
or from the superintendent's office a Choice of School Form and
expected loss of enrollment in school due to
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r desegregation.D.
a letter to parents and by returning the completed form to any
school or to the superintendent's office at any time during the Attached D hereto consists of a tabular statement showing: 1.
1 first week of August First preference in choice of schools will the number of faculty and staff members employed by this system
be given to those whose Choice of School Form Is returned by in 196 -6t5, by race; 2. comparable data, by race, for 1965-
. r I the final'date for making choice under III B above. 66; 3. the number of such personnel demoted, discharged or not
reemployed for 1965-66, by race 4. the number of
; such personnel
B.
J Any child moving Into the area served by this school system,
by race, newly empolyed for 1965-66. Attachment D fur-
or changing his residence within it, after the late registration
ther consists of a certification that in each of demotion
case discharge ,
-, period refered to in A above but before the next regular regi .
t istration period, shall l be assigned to the school chosen where or failure to reemploy, such action was taken wholly
without regard to race, color, or national origin.
space Is then available without regard to race, color, or national -

t. origin. X. PUBLICITY AND COMMUNITY PREPARATIONA.

V. RESIDENT AND NON-RESIDENT ATTENDANCE Immediately upon the acceptance of this plan by tho U. S. Com

i| This system will not accept non-resident student, nor will it missioner of Education, copies of this plan, Including the letterto
I make arrangement for resident student to attend schools in parents and the Choice of School Form, will be made freely
other school systems, where either such action would tend to available to all persons at the superintendent's office and all
i preserve segregation or minimize desegregation. Any arrange- schools, and will be given to all television and radio stations and j
i ment made for non-resident student to attend school in this all newspapers serving this area. They will be naked to give
system, or for resident student to attend school in another sys- conspicuous publicity to the plan, including a description of all
tem, will assure that such student will be assigned without regard its provisions. If the plan docs not receive prominent and full
| to race, color, or national origin, and such arrangement front page coverage, an advertisement of not leu than one-half
!f will be explained fully In an attachment made a part of this page will be conspicuously' placed In the newspaper serving this
plan. area. The advertisement or other newspaper coverage will set
; forth the text of the plan, the letter to parents and the Choiceof
-.. i VI. OVERCROWDINGA. School Form. Similar prominent notice of the substance of the

No choice will be denied for any reason other than overcrowding choice provisions (I through VII above) will be arranged for at
and no preference will be given for prior attendance at least once a week thereafter until the final date for making
: any school. Where a school would become overcrowded if all choice In addition, meetings and conferences will be called to

choices to attend that school were granted, pupil will be assigned Inform all school system staff members of, and to prepare them
In such manner that each will! have an opportunity to obtain for, the school desegregation process, including staff desegre
f desegregated education. Moreover, assignment will be gation. Similar meetings will be held to inform Parent-Teacher
made, to the maximum extent feasible, so that each pupil may Associations and other local community organizations of the details -
attend a school close to his home. Under this principle, it may of the plan, to prepare them tor the change that will take

be necessary, in some cues, to deny a pupil' choice to attend place.B. .

the nearest school to his residence and to offer him instead an- The same steps set forth in A above will be taken annually at
other choice, not involving an unreasonable traveling distance (Continued on page 4)



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' Smathers to point the 'way toward event to Increase the use of land to .
Senator
If Frost WarningS ual victory for man In his con. produce higher farm Incomes MILLER
stant battle with the elements.He than almost any of the other 48 I
November I Praises Weather
pointed to Project Stormfury states inside the continental ELECTRONICS

The Federal-State Frost Warn experiments to modify hurricanes United States. 1744 Ocean Shore II. .
I Forecasters as one of the activities
ing Service will again provide
'
state growers with forecasts and With the active hurricane season I that Congress "must" support. REPAIRS ON TV'S

freeze information in critical I near an end for 1965, Sent WASHERSDRYERS
'. agricultural areas, starting November ator George A. Smathers (D-Fla) Cropland Potential ,
r 1. praised the Weather Bureau for
its storm forecasting and urged In Florida Not UsedFlorida t Call Collect 672-0377
The Service, Jointly sponsored I
to nature'sviolence.
greater effort modify
f: by the Florida Agricultural Experiment I I has a lot more potential ALL WORK: GUARANTEED
Stations and the U.S. than It is
cropland presently
of the
Dunn director
"Gordon ,
p I( Weather Bureau, begins its 31st using. v
National Hurricane Center at
u helping and farmers
t year prepare for growers freezing weather. Miami, and his staff merit the According to W. K. McPherson, PETERSON TEXACO
of agricultural economist with the
grateful acknowledgement
Regular bulletins will be issued SERVICE
the government and people they state's Agricultural Experiment
. March 31.
through
j served so well," said the Florida Station In Gainesville, only 12: ROAD SERVICE
The bulletins, released three I Senator. percent of the, state's potential St SIH1.'rs I Light Mechanical Work
times daily are transmitted over I Dunn stated that the active cropland Is being used to pro Phone 437-3441 Bunnall

teletype lines circling the state's I part of the hurricane season is duce crops.
>'. frost-critical region. The line I considered over on October 20, To give some idea how Florida -rvr -v

I "'' extends from Gainesville to Daytona I when the tremendous dropoff In matches up with other agricultural I ( Community
t* Beach, southward to Lake 'storm occurrence Is experienced.By southern states in this
land' Fort Myers and Home 'I October 25, the probability ofa area, here are some figures: Memorial Church

stead. hurricane forming Is but one Iowa uses 81 percent of its I 1 ; l.ter-4e "'atle...
Growers, cooperatives and In 15 years, said Dunne' The an cropland for producing food and AIR CONDITIONED
state agencies can have the teletypewriters nual storm watch extends to November fibre, Illinois 78 percent; California r Dayton Ave.
Installed to receive
30, however.
60 percent; Mississippi,
the forecasts and data. Dunn told Senator Smathersthat 37 percent; North Carolina, 33! FLAGLER BEACH

Information relayed on the I this year's Hurricane Betsy percent; Georgia and Alabama,I' ,k131M/M)Nngk eNu.tt Ml dSGY Sunday School 10:00 A.If.
! line covers daily district weather was the alltlme most destruc- both 31 percent. Church Service 11:00 A.M.

;:. forecasts, shipper's forecasts, tive hurricane ever to strike the McPherson,says that becauseof ls3dMdgMSN'vOaI1d of yIVMI a W. .DICKJSRT, Pastor
tl severe storm bulletins, five-day United States, with property Florida's low use of Its cropland BVBRYOlfBtM WELCOK.
outlooks, hourly radar reportson losses now estimated at 1.2 it has more opportunities -- .
rainfall and dam billion dollars. Its human toll of
areas crop ------------- ----
age from Florida, California and 79 dead was far short of a rec Loot C COMCS TMT MIV,MAC.lt IT TKUB TMVT 1 f THAT'S A Knur SMART 1Ot[ $UST1Rscatwazu.M'D.aP.W
of the [ a tOU MALM tACKWAJLDS IStfS 'BUT TMI *LAIN Ypwm w.i J uirMKC
': Texas. ord. The greater portion wMta WA1k. eCKtN l>*. 'TOO CAN f NIAM.U IOM 1O SEC IMC CXMliaCION p11
said the frost destruction was Inflicted upon I AS M Tt AS A MOM TMOa TBMRIPIC UMO\ PIOKts' ACs wWI' t u sa act,
t Johnson warning OAK fAMAinS TO M HAD AT
service is particularly Important Louisiana.
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to fruit and vegetable Smathers said the 36 hours of KRANTZ

R' growers 'as well as others since warning given to the, affectedarea MOTORS
1 sub-freezing weather can ruin a :I of Florida against Betsy by
f t crop or kill plants and trees.I Dunn and his staff "unquestionably
Many growers, he said, have the saved lives and prevented
means of protecting their crops. I heavier property damage." FlorIda

Excessive rains can also destroy suffered 4 dead and property-

vegetable crops, and ad. losses og $119,200,000. ,
vance warnings of these rains The .Senator called for greater
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Thursday., Oct. 28, 1965 THE FLAULER TRIBUNE, BUNNELL, FLORIDA PAGE THREB e j
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PLAN OF DESEGREGATIONBOARD in order to have space enough to grant another pupil's first

OF PUBLIC INSTRUCTION choice for the first school where such other pupil would have to :
travel a lengthy distance from his residence to a school of his I
.': ., FLAGLER COUNTY second choice if his first choice were not granted.B. .
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BUNNELL, FLORIDA f Anyone whose choice is denied because of overcrowding will
) be notified and required to make another choice from among
,I. ANNUAL FREEDOM OF CHOICE OF SCHOOLS
all other schools in the system serving his grade level where

A. The Flagler County Board of Public Instruction has adopted a space is available. ':
policy of complete freedom of choice to be offered annually in
C. Amended to read : "On those, grade levels where there is no ef-
all grades of all schools without .regard to race, color, or na fective
second choice
of school available to a child, either all
tional origin. first choices for that grade and school will be granted, and

B. The choice is granted to parents, guardians and persons acting special accommodations shall be made, at 6nce to provide for
t as parents (hereinafter called "parents") and their children.It all children choosing the Overcrowded facility; or choices shall
is required that a choice of school be made for each child. be honored solely on the basis of the proximity of A child's res-

Teachers, principals and other school personnel are not permitted idence to the school chosen. Those children not allowed en-
to advise, recommend or otherwise influence which trance to the overcrowded school by reason of the application

choice is made. They are not permitted to favor or penalize of, this rule, shall be assigned, regardless of race, to the other
children because of choices. school in Flagler County offering classes in the child's grade
level."
H. PUPILS ENTERING FIRST GRADE
VH. TRANSPORTATION
Registration for the first grade will take place the first full

week in May, 1966, from 9:00 A. M. to 3:00 P. M. and at Transportation will be provided on an equal basis without segregation ;
equivalent times annually thereafter. When registering, the or other discrimination because of race, color, or national If
parent is required to complete a Choice of School Form for the origin. The right to attend any school in the system will i
child. The child may be registered at any elementary schoolin not be denied because of lack of school system transportationfrom
this system, and the choice made may be for that school or the pupil's home to the school chosen. To the maximum
for any other elementary school in the system. extent feasible, busses will be routed so as to serve each pupil
choosing any school in the system. In any event, every student
HI. PUPILS ENTERING OTHER GRADES eligible for bussing shall be transported to the school to which

A. Each parent will be sent annually a letter, the text of which is he is assigned under the provisions of this plan if his first choice

attached, annually explaining the provisions of the plan, together is either the formerly white or the formerly Negro school i nearest -

with a Choice of School Form, the text of which Is also his residence.

attached, and a self-addressed return envelope, at least fifteen
VIII. SERVICES, FACILITIES ACTIVITIES AND PROGRAMSThere
(15) days before the date when the choice form must be re- i
turned. Choice forms and letters to parents will also be readily shall be nb discrimination based oh race, color, or national I

available to parents or students and the general public in the origin, with respect to any services, facilities, activities f and pro- ij
,school offices during regular business hours.B. grams sponsored by or affiliated with the schools of this school ,

The choice of School Form must either be mailed or broughtto system.

any school or to the superintendent's office by April 16, IX. STAFF DESEGREGATION I
...
1966, and by an equivalent date annually thereafter. Anyonenot
registering his choice by that date must file his Choice of A. Teacher and staff desegregation is a necessary part of school de-
segregation. Steps shall be taken beginning with school year l''
School Form at the time of registration when school opens.
Anyone, from whom a ,Choice of School Form Is still not ob- 1065-66 toward elimination of segregation of teaching rind staff
tained will be assigned to the school nearest hit home, where personnel based on race, color, or national origin, including
space is available after School ksslgfunehts h&ve been made in joint faculty meetings, in-service programs, wbrkshbps, other "
I accordance with all choices submitted, but -without regard to professional. meetings and other steps as set forth in AttachmentC.
.
race, color, or national origin.

B. The race, color, national origin will be
or of pupils not a factor
IV. PUPILS NEWLY ENTERING SCHOOL SYSTEM OR CHANGING -
ire the Initial assignment to a particular school or within a school
RESIDENCE WITHIN IT
of teachers, adminstrators or other employees who serve pupils,
A. Parents of children 'moving into the are* served by this school beginning in 196667.C. .

system, or changing their residence within it, after the regis
This school system will not demote refuse to
tration period is completed but before the opening of the school or reemploy princi-
pals, teachers and other staff members who the
serve pupils, on
year, will have the lame opportunity to choose their children'sschool
basis of race, color or national origin; this, includes any demo-
just before school opens by obtaining from any schoolor
tion or failure to reemploy staff members becauso of actual or
from the superintendent's office a Choice of School Form anda
expected loss of enrollment in school due to desegregation.
letter to parents and by returning the completed form to any
school or to the superintendent's office at any time during the D. Attached D hereto consists of a tabular statement showing : 1.
first week of August. First preference in choice of schools will the number of faculty and staff members employed by this system -
be given to those whose Choice of Schbol Form is returned by In 1961-65, by race; 2. comparable data, by race, for 1965-{ I
( the final date for making choice under III B above. 66; 3. the number of such personnel demoted, discharged or not
reemployed for 1965-66, by race 4. the number of such
;
per
f 1 B. Any child moving into the area served by this school system,
sonnel, by race, newly empolyed for 1965-66. Attachment D fur
or changing his residence within it, after the late registration
ther consists of a certification that In each case of demotion, discharge -

I registration l or failure to reemploy, such action was taken wholly
without regard to race, color, or national origin.
space is then available without regard to race, color, or national -
I origin. X. PUBLICITY AND COMMUNITY PREPARATIONA.

: V. RESIDENT AND NON-RESIDENT ATTENDANCE Immediately upon the acceptance of this plan by the U. S. Com

This system will not accept non-resident students, nor will it missioner of Education, copies of this plan, including the letterto
\ make arrangements for resident students to attend schools in parents and the Choice of School Form, will be made freely

other school systems, where either such action would tend topreserve available to all persons at the superintendent's office and all
segregation minimize schools, and will be given to all television and radio stations and
f or desegregation. Any arrange-
I
ment made for non-resident students to attend schools In this all newspapers serving this area. They will be asked to give
conspicuous publicity to the plan, Including a description of all
system, or for resident students to attend school in another system -
Its provisions. If the plan does not receive prominent and full
will assure that such students will be assigned without regard -
I to race, color, or national origin, and such arrangement front page coverage, an advertisement of not less than one-half
I will be explained fully in an attachment made a part of this page will be conspicuously placed In the newspaper serving this
plan. area. The advertisement or other newspaper coverage will set
,'OJ-i",,, I forth the text of the plan, the letter to parents and the Choiceof
: VI. OVERCROWDINGA. &hool Form. Similar prominent notice of the substance of the

No choice will be denied for any reason other than overcrowding choice provisions (I through VII above) will be arranged for at
and no preference will be given for prior attendance at least once a week thereafter until the final\ date for making
: any school. Where a school would become overcrowded if all choices. In addition, meetings and conferences will be called to
choices to attend that school were granted, pupils will be assigned Inform all school system staff member of, and to prepare them
in such manner that each will have an opportunity to obtain for, the school desegregation process, including staff deseirre-
{ desegregated education. Moreover, assignments will be gation. Similar meetings will be held to Inform Parent-Teacher

I made, to the maximum extent feasible, so that each pupil may Associations and other local community organizations of the details -
... attend a school! close to his home. Under this principle, it may of the plan, to prepare them for the change that will take i

be necessary, in some cases, to deny a pupil's choice to attend place.

the nearest school to his residence and to offer him Instead an- B. The same steps set forth in A above will be taken annually at
other choice, not involving an unreasonable traveling distance (Continued on page 4)



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PAGE TWO i'lih: FLAGLER TRIBUNE, BUNNELL, FLORIDA Thursday, .


to point the way toward eventual to Increase the use of land to
Frost Warning I(Senator Smathe'rsPraises victory for man In his constant produce higher: farm incomes r MILLER \

Starts November, I I, Weather battle with the elements.He than almost any of the other 48 ELECTRONICS
pointed to Project Storrnfury states Inside the continental

The Federal.State Frost Warning .I experiments to modify hurricanes United Statesv 1744 Ocean Shore Bird. I t
Forecasters
Service will again provide as one of the activities

state growers with forecasts and I With the active hurricane season I I that Congress "must" support. ............. REPAIRS ON TV'S
freeze information lIt'critical I near an end for 1965, Serv- WASHERSDRYERS \
agricultural areas, starting No- ator George A. Smathers (CD.Fla) Cropland Potential
vember 1. praised the Weather Bureau for

The Service, jointly sponsored h Its storm forecasting and urged In Florida Not Used I Coll Collect 672-0377
effort to nature'sviolence.
greater modify
.
Florida Experiment ALL WORE GUARANTEEDPETERSON
by the Agricultural '
Florida has a lot more poten
Stations and the U.S. .
tlal cropland than It is presently
"Cordon Dunn, director of the
Weather Bureau. begins Its 31st
1 National Hurricane Center at using.
year hersprej< -.nd fann:..
I -"'....ata ff..mer1Uh.t 1 AccordIng Ita W. K. McPherson, TEXACO
t. i
"t..wlth.JhPAGE
Regulathrougl! SERVICE

-onD.SERVICE
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The
timesteletyj' FOUR

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FLAGLER
frost-c -- .. Tnm"w..A" 3
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BUNNELL
PLAN ,
extern OF DESEGREGATION-- FLORIDA
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,tona J (Continued Thursday
from page 3) I --== Oct 2B
land' least three I -
weeks --- --
stead.Gro for making choices before, and the final date set under II and III above / =

statetypec .. notice) will again be conspicuous notice (other than legal
this area for prominently run in the
at
Florida
'"! ': least three new.paper'.erving
thet I r. the date consecutive weeks r Forwar
set immediately
under
plan IV above. In preceding -
mlline) including addition
the letter to copies of the
] Form parents and
will be the
( freely Choice f
er '" by the superintendents made available at all ,times to an School
seve office Y person VOTE
outl ;XI. CERTIFICATION and by all schools. x. FOR


,on ageTei; ". This plan Y', ,
desegregation
':" County Board of Public was duly adopted by, the 4
3 Instruction Flagler
5, 1965. at a meeting LANES
inj. held on'October .

pa '..'. .
Signed .
gnsU : '
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Harold i '
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'.' Emery, Chairman I
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I 'M ,' :,; "' Flagler County Board. of tV '-"I':' : *

ATTEST Public :(
nisI Instruction' ''>
Signed : '

< Coy G. Harris ,.. ... I 1. For Highway
v a I ",;' Public Instruction, Jr., Superintendent of, .."y > ,.? ?., j Safe .

.1! ,', Flagler'County' ,*" ut"
'q "i '
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2.
jf. For
More
/
Attachment '. 1 Industry.
A
') Dear .
Parents! : November, '1 1965 '>/: :

Our school] desegregation t.;< 3. For
States' plan has been t I Healthy
Office, of Education officially Economy.
accepted
by the
,II that each under the, Civil Rights United
Act
pupil
of
1964.
regardless It
pick'any school in this/ District of race, color, or national provides 4.
origin For
,
or whether that no matter where he may Encouraging
school went to
transfer was white school before Tour
do
or
fj f not apply. Negro Past requirements for -
"
t In accordance ism.
with :
this ':
,to,choose a school] for policy, you will have a period '. '
other than your child, if you of seven (7) days
the prefer that '
one to which he is assigned he-attend a school 5.
No for this For
'choice '
will school J Modern
be year.
denied
for Highways.
there
:
is any reason other
overcrowding than
those
their living overcrowding. If
first closest
choice to
the
second and others will be school will be given 6.
choice. For
If permitted
there is no effective to make an effective '" a Better
grade all first second choice Tomorrow.
choices available for .
for
a
that
particular
grade -
No teacher, will be granted. '
principal, or other school .
; 'or otherwise official is permitted to *
favored influence make
or penalized your decision recommendations -
because No child
of will
his choice. be :: '
All.. ,
facilities :
;
... with the schools, school will buses be service; activities 'and programs .:.*\,""r' -d' Flagler Count/ in dire need for Indus
expansion
desegregated. connected to teal
> improve
It'.
,Every,pupil! has 4 industry faltering copy of this notice considers new business
out a separate and a'choice of school most sites 'one 01 the
important
1iI'lany., school by form for each _" considerations
child :
November and is
8, 1965.Sincerely return it highway system.Florida a modern primary

.. ', .
,
j I i" yours, ,
Coy G. Harris Jr. .

*' Superintendent '', cannot afford to fall behind.

II a h..: BOARD OF PUBLIC INSTRUCTION "* r R ". ,

4, FLAGLER COUNTY > %J ,'Vj/v;" Flagler County will benefit.We .
V
BUNNELL ". ,
"" FLORIDA '
;
r I l {': /: ;: must act
CHOICE now
; .. OF SCHOOL FORM '.. or lose out!
1 .
"

Attachment B The projects in the

Date Sent to Parents Amendment will Highway lmprnemeftt
and serve Florida
This form is Guardians: try well, business i ADd ad....

t.t.i. to this year. provided It does not for matter you to choose a school for your child to and opening protecting existing investments ADd jobs>>
which go many parts
year and school of the
it
does the
child state I
not to .
i matter whether attended last velopment. This Dew d.
the
or a Negro school alone
school. ] can
The was formerly help Flagler
form must be a white school either
f or to the Superintendent's mailed or brought
Tlpril 15, 1966. office at the County Courthouseaby

If- 1. Name of Child *

: Last

t : 2. Date of Pupil's Birth First Middle
GO TO
THE POLLS
Day ON
3. Grade Month
Pupil
Eligible for Year

5.4. School School Last Chosen Attended NOV. 2, 1965 AND

(Mark
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BesIde
( ) Bunnell IIIgh School Chosen)
School
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PAGE FOUR THE FLAGLER TRIBUNE, BUNNELL FLORIDA Thursday, Oct.
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PLAN OF DESEGREGATION
(Continued from page 3)
I
f least three weeks before the final date set under II and ,III above
r for making choices, and conspicuous notice (other than legal Florida Forward

notice) will again be prominently run in the newspaper servingthis
area for at least three consecutive weeks immediately pre
ceding the date set under IV above. In addition, copies of the -
plan, including the letter to parents and the Choice of School VOTE FOR
Form, will be freely made available at all times to any person "br. I '
by the superintendent's office and by all schools. ', /,;. :
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This plan desegregation was duly adopted by the Flagler -
'. County Board of Public Instruction. at a meeting held on October '
t.i 0
B, 1965. ; : .,,. '
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: v
"
.,:" ', Signed, : > '''' fr t( r \ :
; /.'" : Harold Emery, Chairman J'f V "'I' .
.
1 .:;'J .':, Flagler County, Board, of"r;: : : -
v .. :, / Public Instruction .', v <' 1. For Highway 'Safety.'

ATTEST ; ;t"

Signed: .It, ',-"t,:rVT. 'I
Coy G. Harris, Jr., Superintendent of '
.2. For More
Industry.
'
-
Public Instruction, Flagler'. County'. .Ii:r : I' .
.
+
.
Attachment A 1.r: ,
\ November, '1 1965 'r f 3. For Healthy Economy.

:Dear Parents: e ;r

Our school desegregation plan has been officially accepted by the United
I States' Office.of Education under the,Civil Rights Act of 1964. It provides 4. For Encouraging Tour-

that each pupil, regardless of race, color, or national l origin, may ,
pick' any school in this District, no matter where he went to school before .. ism. '
; or whether that school was white or Negro..Past requirements for .I';',
,I ..' ,
transfer do not apply. :. ;I .
If
I.
\ In accordance with this policy, you will have a period' of seven (7) days r rI ;" 5. For Modern Highways.
I .. ,to.choose a school tor your child, if you'prefer that he attend a school -N ,
other than the one to'which he is assigned for this school year. :

No'choice will be denied for any reason other than overcrowding. If 6. For a Better Tomorrow.
there is overcrowding, those living closest to the school will be given .t' .
their first choice, and others will be permitted to make an effective .-
second choice. If there is no effective second choice available for a par \
ticular grade, all first, choices for that grade, will be granted. *

No'teacher, principal, or other school official 'is permitted to make recommendations
'or otherwise influence decision. No child will be < :;
; your at Flagler County is in dire need for industrial
favored because of his choice .
or penalized ,
'T7
.
f' :If expansion to improve it's fanering'economy. When
, .All,facilities, school buses, service, activities ''and programs connected ..: 4 industry considers new business sites, one of the
with the schools will be desegregated. '
" most important considerations is a modern primary
'",Every,pupil' has received: a copy of this notice and a'choice of school, ,: highway system.Florida .
form, ,,Please 'fill out a separate form for each child, and return it I .

to.any, school by, November 8, 1965: ,

Sincerely yours, cannot afford to fall behind.

" .'11' Coy G. Harris, Jr. ( ,

., ; Superintendent ; .
.Id J Flagler County will beneuc. -
'
,'*:.,, BOARD OF PUBLIC- INSTRUCTION I f .

I or':>. .-.I FLAGLER COUNTY '
: ( f ,J.. We must act now or lose out!
.. .' ,
"> I. BUNNELL, FLORIDA *
; .
.
"
'( \ ..
V.; J'/}r ''>,,...rV;:' ::. CHOICE OF SCHOOL FORM The projects in the Highway Improvement

0" '" ':$ .*" >r< Attachment Amendment will serve Florida business and indus-

"" '0 '', Date Sent to Parents try well, protecting existing investments and jobs
] and Guardians: .
:,' and opening many parts of the state to new de

This form is provided for you io choose a school for your child to go I velopment. This alone can help Flagler County.
to this year. It does not matter which school the child attended last
year and it does not matter whether the school was formerly a white
or a Negro school. The form must be either mailed or brought to any *
school or to the Superintendent's office at the County Courthouse by

. -\aril 15, 1966.

\ ., 1. Name of Child Last First: Middle t\ GO TO THE POLLS ON


2. Date of Pupil's Birth Day Month Year ..,.\ NOV. 2, 1965 AND

3. Grade Pupil Eligible for .. ,

4. School Last Attended VOTE FOR
5. School Chosen (Mark X Beside School Chosen) .'
( ) Bunnell High School K-12 Bunnell, Florida
-
(School) (Grades) (Location)

( ) Carver High School K-12 Bunnell, Florda ."
,
4 LANES
School) (Grades) (Location)

: ( ) Flagler Beach Elemenary School 1-6 Flagler Beach, Fla. :r I
; (School) (Grades) (Location)

>I Signature '. r
f --r'
J l'i\.:'r Address "

'.,12
: :
' ', I Date John M. Canakaris
,. The space below to be filled in by the Superintendent's office.
School Chosen School Assigned to:

If Different, Explain:

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A

WE GIVE Quantity Reserved Right '

*** ,
TOP METTS Price Good

t I VALUE wnd'Nlandssat.,

I \ STAMPS" Oct.28,29,30 and
I Nov. 1
SUPERy I _
103 S. RAILROAD STREET





F ANNIVERSARYOUR r







MEATS ARE U. S. D. A. CHOICE GRADED. WE CUT ANY SPECIAL
CUT YOU DESIRE.

I U. S. D. A. CHOICE (Flavor Aged) U. S. D. A. CHOICE (Flavor Aged)

CHUCK ROLLED RUMP SALE


. ROAST SIRLOIN TIP

"
49ROAST .
_ _
Lb FLO CANE (FLORIDA) t

Rolled Boneless I Lb. .........--....-....... 79c 98-
__
SUGAR
(U. S. D. A.) Choice (Flavor,Aged) Ground BEEF 3 Lbs.Lea. $139 _
ROUND Lb. '
ROAST
BONE 68C Lean Meaty (Pork Roast)
\. :1,'. 100% Pure Boston BUTTS Lb. 55CCHOPS ? 5 Lb

,':' Family STEAKS Lb. 69C Lean Meaty Bier 19
Pork Lb.
Chuck Lb. STEAKS 5ge
STEAKS 59e
First Cut Limit (1) with$5.00 or more food order
) Rib Lb. Pork Lb.
49e
STEAKS 89C
Center Cut
Boneless Pork Lb. SHORTENING JOE CRAIN'S
Round Lb. CHOPS 79.WILSON
STEAKS 99C ( I n Oaks) .
Valleydale (Pure Pork) Bag
Sirloin or T BONE Lb. $109 SAUSAGE B a 49c BAKERITEw Grade "A"


NECK BONES._._..--.---.5 Lbs. boo TURKEY WINGS -.....-".-'". 3 Lbs. $100 3 Lb.
58GOS
f" TIPS RIB .._...._....__..__._4 Lb. 'I00 TURKEYNECKS......'...... .-- ....4 Lln. 'I 00 Tin
.
PIG FEET---.-..---.4 Lbs. $100 PIGTAILS....._..__.-...3 Lbo. 89e limit ((1) with
I $5.00 or 2 DOl. 99-
Shurfine (303 Can) FRUIT Frozen Foods more food order

COCKTAIL 4 Cn. 'I00 Sealdsweet (12 Oz.)
Orange Cn-
Niblet's (12 Oz.) JUICE 3 1 TRICK OR TREAT (RED DELICIOUS)
W K CORN S Cn. 'i 00 Winter Garden
FRUIT For $ 00
Reg. SiieFAB PIES 3 1 BAG APPLES

:2 Rei.Sge; Dairy Items
Foremost (*/ Gal. Glass Jugs) 4 LL
Campbel's Tomato ,Half Gal. 291-
MILK 49 C
Cn. $ Plus Bolt. Deposit
SOUP 8 I Bakery, Items Bag

CHEESE Armour's (Veribest) Ever fresh (20 Oz.)Loaves VANILLA KRAFT 14 CARAMELS Oz. Package..... ......... 39C
LOAF 2BLo 5ge BREAD 4 85C

TOP VALUE.THIS IS I THE WAY IT WORKS

5-1st Prizes 1500 Stamps
S STAMPS TO BE 3-2nd Prizes
500 Stamps

10,000 GIVEN AWAY 1 10 :3rd Prizes 100 Stamps :

Drawing will b. on Monday, Nov. 1 at 6iOO p. m.
" Nothing to buy.Just come in and reg. You don't have to be present to win.Winners will be
ister Thurs., Fri., Sat., and Mon. posted in window.

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4' PLAN OF DESEGREGATION

x (Continued from page 3) I

least three weeks'before the final date set under II and III above I
for making choices, and conspicuous notice (other than legal Florida Forward

H notice) will again be prominently run in the newspaper serving
this area for at least three consecutive weeks immediately pre-
:.' ceding the date set under IV' above. In addition, copies of the
VOTE FOR
plan, including the letter to parents and the Choice of School .
Form, will be freely made available at all times to any person b "''
1 :: :
by the superintendent's office and by all schools. .,
.'(', ; ..
...
XI. CERTIFICATION 4 LANES

(t This, plan of desegregation was duly adopted by' the Flagler ,
I, ., County Board of Public Instruction at a meeting held on October ,
;t"
'
B, 1965. ..,,,',:. : -
I
,. .. .. ,, .
"
i' tr .
Signed. : "U! [ 't
:
.
; .':'" : t' Harold Emery, Chairman -,{.;;t' ", /,
,
.
,\) ;, Flagler County Board of L ',:.:' -
," ', \. .. Public Instruction': I 1. For Highway Safety..
"
ATTEST !

Signed : ," n m'' r "
I" ,"t/, '..'01- .
Coy G. Harris, Jr., Superintendent of Ctrl'( '
2. For More
Industry'y
.
Public Instruction, Flagler'County' ,j.::
.. I
r ;\:I !
Attachment A J '
) I !
November, '1 1965 ,., 3. For Healthy Economy.

Dear Parents: ;' .
,
Our school desegregation plan has been.officially accepted by the United
States Office.of Education under the, Civil Rights Act of 1964. It provides 4. For Encouraging Tour-

r that each pupil, regardless of race, color, or national l origin, may
pick'any school in this District, no' matter where he went to school be- .
'
Ism.
fore or whether'that school was white or Negro. Past requirements for '; ,"
,
."- transfer do not apply. '\

't C In accordance with this policy, you will have a period of'seven (7)) days r r i":: 5. For Modern Highways.
.to.choose a school tor your child, if you prefer that he'attend a school J ,
other than the one to'which he is assigned for this school year.

No choice will be denied for any reason other than overcrowding. If 6. For Better Tomorrow.
a
I there is overcrowding, those living closest to the school will be given ,. 55 ,
'
I their first choice, and others will be permitted, ,to make an effective
second choice. If there is no effective second choice available for a particular .
grade, all first choices for that grade,'will be granted. .

::;,: No'teacher, principal, or other school l official is permitted to make re- ,

commendations, 'or otherwise influence your decision No child will be :. 4.. Flagler County is in dire need for industrial
I
favored or penalized because of his choice. "I'. ...
.. f If ,expansion to improve it'. faltering I economy. When I
S 'Al1facilities, ,. school buses, service, activities 'and programs connected : industry considers new business sites, 'one of the
4. with the schools will be desegregated.
most important considerations is a modern primary

"' '. .Every; : ,pupil has received 'a copy of this notice and choice of school highway system.Florida .
form, ,'Please 'fill out a separate form for each child, and return it .

to',any.school by November 8, 1965 .
; : cannot afford to fall behind.
Sincerely yours, .
.'JI, Coy G. Harris, Jr. i /4'. ...
Superintendent ,
", ; ." '. ; *"i" Flagler' County will benem.Wo .
., ,;J':1: BOARD OF PUBLIC INSTRUCTION '. .
: ', ; :
i Ik ,< FLAGLER COUNTY ; / '.' must act now or lose out I
'
.
'
?
':" BUNNELL, FLORIDA
: c: 'r'
"s:.:;: \ CHOICE OF SCHOOL FORM The projects in the Highway Improvement

J ,?''! '." Attachment B Amendment will serve Florida business and industry

," r Date Sent to Parents well, protecting existing investments and jobs
and Guardians:
f '. and opening many parts of the state to new des

This form is provided for you to choose a school for your child to go I relopment. This alone can help Ftatler County.
to this year. It does not matter 'which school the child attended last
year and it does not matter whether the school was formerly a white
or a Negro school. The form must be either mailed or brought to any *
school or to the Superintendent's office at the County Courthouse by

ttpril 15, 1966.

1. Name of Child Last First Middle GO TO THE POLLS ON


2. Date of Pupil's Birth Day Month Year ....\ NOV. 2, 1965 AND

3. Grade Pupil Eligible for ,

4. School Last Attended VOTE FOR
5. School Chosen (Mark X Beside School Chosen) .
( ) Bunnell High School K.12 Bunnell Florida
.
'
(School) (Grades) Location)

( ) Carver High School -K.12 Bunnell, Florda 4 LANES
School) (Grades) (Location) ;

; > ( ) Flagler Beach Elemenary School 1.6 Flagler Beach, Fla. '" If .
I ; (School) (Grades) (Location)

i"j ";; .. Signature : r: .-.,

.1:\,:,. ,v ,.r* ,'
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.
I f ").: '\ ",( Address Ir
'"
., ,.ti#!
,; 'N, Date John M. Canakaris
The space below to be filled in by the Superintendent's office.
r p School Chosen School Assigned to: ,

If Different, Explain :



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\ WE GIVE Reserved '
*** 1
I 1
} TOP METT Prices Good ;

,\t1.I. VALUE Thurs.and,Monday Fri., Sat.,

Oct. 28, 29, 30 and
! STAMPS I Nov. 1
SUPER MARKET _
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U. S. D. A. CHOICE (Flavor Aged) U. S. D. A. CHOICE (Flavor Aged)

;' CHUCK' ROLLED RUMP SALE


. ,.j.. ROAST SIRLOIN TIPROAST \

Lb. 49'

_ _ _
Lb FLO CANE (FLORIDA) i

Rolled Boneless i I Lb..w-....-....... 790 98. '
SUGAR
(U. S. D. A.) Choice (Flavor Aged) Ground BEEF 3 Lbl. $139 _
'
ROUND ""
BONE ROAST- 68c. Lean Meaty (Pork Roast)
100% Pure Boston BUTTS Lb. SSe, s 5 Lb <
Family Lb. 19
STEAKS 6ge Lean Meaty Oil-
Perk Lb. <<>>
Chuck Lb. STEAKS 590
STEAKS? 590 First Cut Limit (1)) with $5.00 or more food order
I Rib Lb. Pork Lb.
STEAKS 890 CHOPS 49c
Center Cut
WILSON SHORTENING JOE CRAIN'S
BonelessRoun
l Lb. Po'k CHOPS Lb. 790 .
< STEAKS 99c (Twin Oaks)
Valleydale (Pure Pork) Bag LARGE
Sirloin or T BONE Lb. 109 SAUSAGE Bag 49C BAKE RITE Florida Grade "A"


NECK BONES._._.--...---.5 Lbs. ${00 TURKEY WINGS ,,.....,..._.._... .rLbs. $100 3 Lb EGGS
RIB s 00 TURKEYNECKS. $ 00 Tin 58-
:' TIPS.._..__....__.__...4 Lb. I ..........- ... ....4 Lbs. f
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PIG PIGTAILS
':. .. FEET.__.__.__.....,...4*. 1 ........__._...3u,89cShurfine Limit (I) with $5.00 Dr 2001. 99-

(303 Can) FRUIT Frozen Foods more rood order .
Cnl. $
COCKTAIL 4 i Sealdsweet (12 Ox.)
Orange Cn. $400
Niblet's ((12 Ox.) JUICE 3 -& TRICK OR TREAT (RED DELICIOUS)

W K CORN SCa" $1 Winter Garden
FRUIT For
Reg. SizeFAB PIES 3 JOO BAG APPLES

Res. Dairy Items
2 -590
Boxes
Foremost (ICat.. Glass Jugs) 4 Lie
.
Campbel's Tomato 29
MILK Deposit 49C
Cn. $ 00 Plus Bolt
SOUP 8 i Bakery, Items Bag

CHEESE Armour's (Veribest) Everfresh (20 Ox.) Loaves VANILLA KRAFT 14 CARAMELS Ox. Package................ 390
LOAF ZB 5ge BREAD 4TOP 850

VALUE.THIS I IS THE WAY IT WORKS

5-1st Prizes 1500 Stamps

STAMPS TO BE 3-2nd Prizes 500 Stamps

10,000 GIVEN AWAY lo-3rdPrizes 100 StampsDrawing :

will be on Monday, Nov. 1 at 6iOO p. m.
" Nothing buy. Just come m and reg- You don't h.y.to be present to win. Winners will be
uter Thurs., Fri., Sat., and Mon. posted In window.11f.7"71 .

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FOUR THE FLAGLER TRIBUNE, BUNNELL, FLORIDA I Thursday, Oct. 28, 1965
.
-
'''' -
PLAN OF DESEGREGATION I j
I '
r
(Continued from page 3) 1

least three weeks'before the final date set under II and III above j
for making choices, and conspicuous notice (other than legal I Florida Forward.
notice) will again be prominently run in the newspaper1 serving ,
this area for at least three consecutive weeks immediately'pre I
ceding the date set under IV' above. In addition, copies of the
plan, including the letter to parents and the Choice of School VOTE FOR

Form, will be freely made available at all .times to any person \ if'F
1 by the superintendent's office and by all schools. :s j
.. ; ; :
XI. CERTIFICATION ... 4 LANESS

This, plan desegregation was duly adopted by- the Flagler .
County Board of Public Instruction at a meeting held on October, .. ". ,. ,
;
!
'
.. .
.
B, 1965. '
S '
.
.
U I. ,
Signed : 'If[. I 0 "' : : ,
: .
'
: !
: Harold Emery, Chairman !;;, 1'o
,
';,) ';, Flagler County Board. of '.s:r .
'. Public Instruction' 1. For Highway Safety.'

ATTEST ,,; ;f.

Signed : ? ;. Y--, ,"r.,; '.;
Coy G. Harris, Jr., Superintendent of < : Trs-
,: 2. For More Industry.
'
Public Instruction, Flagler'County" )/: Y I.
I ,. .
-'t
Attachment A
r; '
) 'I
"', November, '1 1965 I t :, 3. For Healthy Economy.

Dear Parents .
: -I ;:
.
Our school desegregation plan has been officially accepted the United
States Office.of Education under the, Civil Rights Act of 1964. It provides 4. For, Encouraging Tour-

that each pupil, regardless of race, color, or national l origin, may ,
pick any school in this District, no' matter where he went to school be- ism. '
fore* or whether'that school was white or Negro. Past requirements for ,i';" ,"
; :. .,"
(
transfer do not apply. '
"
I
I In accordance with this policy, you will have a period of seven ((7)) days i 5. For Modern Highways.
.to.choose; a school for your child, if you'prefer that he-attend a school /',J I : '
other than the one to'which he is assigned for this school 'year.

No choice will be denied for any reason other than overcrowding. If 6. For a Better Tomorrow.
there is overcrowding, those living closest to the school will be given 11 ", .
their first choice, and others will be permitted to make an effective
"
second choice. If there is no effective second choice available for a particular \
grade, all first choices for that grade, will be granted. : '

No'teacher, principal, or other school official is permitted to make re-
,commendations; 'or otherwise influence your decision No child will be ,::J. Flagler County is in dire need for industrial
,favored or penalized because of his choice. I ,".'Ii', .
t 'j -' ir ,expansion to improve it's faltering''Konom,. When I
'All,,,facilities, school buses, service, activities 'and programs connected ..7:: 4 industry considers new business sites, 'one of the
with the schools will be desegregated.
most important considerations is a modern primary

,Every ,pupil l has received a copy of this notice and a' choice of school ,: highway. system.Florida .
form, .Please 'fill out a separate form for each child, and return it .

tq'jl\ny.chool, by. November '8, 1965.Sincerely ,
,
,
cannot afford to fall behind.
yours,
"11'. Coy G. Harris, Jr. ; ."
Superintendent .1' ,
"
; : ," ; I Flagler County will benetit.
.':.:,. BOARD OF PUBLIC INSTRUCTION ; : \" .
,
:
"., J:.I, FLAGLER COUNTY a ". ; .j.I, We must act now or lose out!

"It. ; ,'f'
::1': S BUNNELL, FLORIDA
y(: \ '" 'j'
'. :,:' ;. : 'H'r: CHOICE OF SCHOOL FORM The projects in the Highway Improvement

':..11'; : { ,. Attachment B Amendment; will serve Florida business and Indus

r Date Sent to Parents try well, protecting existing investments and jobs
; and Guardians:
and opening many parts of the state to new de

This form is provided for you to choose a school for your child to go velopment. This alone can help Flagler County.
to this year. It does not matter which school the child attended last
year and it does not matter whether the school was formerly a white
or a Negro school. The form must be either mailed or brought to any *
school or to the Superintendent's office at the County Courthouse by

Aril 15, 1966.

1. Name of Child Last First: Middle 1\ GO TO THE POLLS ON
1I
2. Date of Pupil's Birth \
Day Month Year '" NOV. 2, 1965 AND

3. Grade Pupil Eligible for l
I
4. School Last Attended VOTE FOR
5. School Chosen (Mark X Beside School Chosen) .
( ) Bunnell High School K-12 Bunnell, Florida
.
(School) (Grades) (Location)

( ) Carver High School K-12 Bunnell Florda 4 LANES
School) (Grades) (Location)

( ) Flagler Beach Elemenary School 1-6 Flagler Beach, Fla. .. o .f '
(School) (Grades) (Location)

Signature "
.' -r'
'*"\ Address ..
I ,.', .,1 {.
'. ?,", Date :
';' John M. Canakarisd.
The space below to be filled in by the Superintendent's office.

, School Chosen' School Assigned to:
If Different, Explain:



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Quantity Rights
WE GIVE Reserved.
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: TOP
Prices Good
i, Thurs.. Fri., Sat.,
, \ VALUESTAMPS and Monday
1 Oct.28,29,30 and

l. SUPER-.' MARKET I I Nov. 1
1
103 S. RAILROAD STREETANNIVERSARY












.' .,
t OUR MEATS ARE U. S. D. A. CHOICE GRADED. WE CUT ANY SPECIAL

, CUT YOU DESIRE.
,. I
;-
U. S. D. A. CHOICE (Flavor Aged) U. S. D. A. CHOICE (Flavor Aged)

S j CHUCK ROLLED RUMP SALE


- ..j. ROAST SIRLOIN TIPROAST

J 49'Boneless

_ _ _
Lb FLO-CANE (FLORIDA) j
I
Rolled, Lb. ......__............... 79 e' 98"
_
SUGAR
(U. S. D. A.) Choice (Flavor Aged) Ground BEEF 3 Lb. '139 .
ROUND Lb.
BONE ROAST ftS'c Lean Meaty (Pork Roast)
Boston uLean 5 Lb.
100% Pure BUTTS ,
Family STEAKS Lb. 6ge Meaty BagChuck 19
Pork IJJ.
Lb. STEAKS 590
STEAKS_ 590 First Cut Limit ((1) with 5.00 or more food order
Rib STEAKS Lb. 890 Pork CHOPS Lb. 490

Center Cut
Boneless Pork Lb. WILSON SHORTENING JOE CRAIN'S
Round Lb. CHOPS 790
STEAKS 990 (Twin Oaks) .
. I Valleydale (Pure Pork) Bag
Sirloin or Lb- BAKERITE LARGE
( T BONE 109 SAUSAGE:;, 49055e Florida Grade "Au

.

NECK BONES.-.---....---5 Lbo. IjfOO TURKEY WINGS w ... .,..-- .... 3 Lb. $4'00'" 3 Lb.
. _. RIB 00 TURKEY 00 Tin 58EGGS
TIPS..._...._....__.__._4 u. sI NECKS....._...... .........4 Lb. s1

PIG FEET._._._._4 Lb s. $100 TAILS.PIG .......N_._...3 Lbo. .89- Limit
(I) with $5.00 or 2 Do.. 99-
Shurfine (303 Can) FRUIT Frozen Foods more food order

COCKTAIL. 4 Cn. $1 Sealdsweet (12 Oz.)
Orange JUICE CBfc 'I00
Niblefs (12 Oz.) 3 TRICK OR TREAT (RED DELICIOUS)
W K CORN 5 Cn. '1 Winter Garden
. FRUIT for '
PIES 3 100FAir BAG APPLES

ZB.590 Dairy Items
Foremost (sGal.. Glass Jugs)
4 LL
Campbel's TomatoSOUP Half C.I. .
29
MILK 49 CBalcery
Cn. Plus Bolt Deposit
8 $1 Items Bag

Armour's (Veribest) Everfresh (20 Oz.) KRAFT 14 Oz.
CHEESE Loaves VANILLA CARAMELS, Package...".. ........ 390
LOAF 2Bi ,; 5ge BREAD 4 850


TOP VALUE.THIS IS I THE WAY IT WORKS

5-I'st Prizes
1500 Stamps
T< DC
STAMPS IU DC 3-2nd Prizes
500 Stamps

10,000 GIVEN AWAY lo-3rd Prizes 10 stamPs :

..1 Drawing will b. on Monday, No. 1 .1 6100| p. m.
Nothing to buy. come .nd r.f. you don't(have,?b.present to win.| Winners will Le
i.ler Thur, Fri., 5.t., and Mon. potted In window.

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r' 5ager Beach 0 I FLAGLER FOOD STORE

I BEST MEATS ,1 &te"

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Hornsby Aaron [HALLOWEEN .
Marriage Is MOVIE SATURDAYThe
Flagler Beach PTA w"1llI
,, AnnouncedMr. present the movie "House on a
and Mrs. Willie Lee Aaron I Haunted Hill", starring Vincent j PRICES GOOD QUANTITY RIGHTS
of Flagler Beach announce the Price plus a short comedy star THURSDAY-FRIDAY SATURDAY RESERVED
marriage of their daughter,I ring Abbott and Costello on OCTOBER 28, 29, 30, 1965 CLOSED SUNDAYS
Brenda Joyce, to Mr. Michael H.I
Hornsby of Bunnell, son of movies Saturday will, October be shown 30th. twice Both Store Hours Monday thru Thursday, 8 a. m. 6 p. m.-Fri. & Sat. 8 a. m 7 p. m.

MSgt. and Mrs. Winston D. (once at 3 p. m. and once at 6
;" Hornsby of Jacksonville, Flor p. m. FLORIDA GRADE "A" D & D WESTERN CORN FED -
i ida.The There will be a parade which WHOLE FRESH PORK PICNIC SHOULDER
married June
couple were will begin at 2 p. m. at the pier.
,: 26, 1965 in KIngsland, Children who plan to march In I
I The bride is an Georgla'i costume should meet at the pierat I FRYERS Lb. 29 ROAST Lb. 39 ,
GE in Daytona
i, 1:45: p. m. The parade will In. -
bridegroom is a student in the I clude part of the Bunnell High
Florida State University in Tall. jofvui 'span aiB V 'pueq icoipg EXTRA LEAN-1007. BEEF WESTERN CORN FED
ahassee. ettes, spooks and witches. Prizes GROUND PORK
awarded for the costumes -
will be
FLAGLER WOMAN'S after the first movie 10 .
CLUB NEWS showing (about 5 p. m.) BEEF .2 Lbs. 89 STEAK 'Lb. 590THRIFTWAYALL
"GO;GO, GO" was the themeof A concession stand will be
t he FFWC Board meeting in open from 2:30 through the last
, Lakeland and relayed to the movie showing at 8 p. m. All MEAT THRIFTWAY SLICEDBACON
,/ members of the Club at their' kinds of goodies will be sold;
business meeting Wednesday by homemade candy, cake and FRANKS Lb. 49 Lb. 69FOLCER'S '
President Emily Gage., Theyare )cookies, hot dogs, cold drinks,
urging a good attendance to potato' chips, pop corn and sur
" the General Federation meetingto
be held In Chicago in June to prises.small admission will be PURE CANE
help elect Florida's Mrs. E. D. charged for the movie. Come out INSTANT
Pearce of Miami as president. Saturday, enjoy the festivitiesand .
I She is now serving as Vice support the P. T. A. while SUGARc .
COFFEE :
President.
,having a good time.
ti Copies of the revised bylawswere -
, given each member pres. 'ATTENDS DISTRICT 10 Oz. ,
ent to study and there' will bea FFGC MEETINGThe Jar 79 25'Limit
special called board meeting I annual District 6 meeting
for the morning of November 2, Florida Federation of Garden
\ to hear complaints .and sugges Clubs was held in Deland October Limit 1 with $5.00 or more food order 1 with $5.00 or more food order
i tions. 25.
The Club made plans to par. Attending. from Flagler Beach
ticipate in the Veteran's Day Garden Club were Mrs. Otis
Parade in Bunnell November 11. Magee, Mrs. Stanley Farnsworth, Headquarters Halloween CandyNo.
Mrs. E. p, Fleurie was named to and Mrs. Frank Brede.r.
work out a theme.
November 6 was set for the Bobby Anderson, stationed In
date of the rummage sale at the Fayetteville, N. c., with the 2 CAN THREE DIAMOND 303 SUNLITE
J. :' Bunnell Civic Center. Membersnot Army, left recently for a tour
present at the meeting are of duty in Viet Nam. His wife, PINEAPPLE TOMATOES *- 39'
asked to send their dues to the Kathryn is the daughter of Mr. ( Each 25
treasurer, Mrs. Charles Sindelar and Mrs. V. W. Haines of Flag-
before the dead line in ler Beach. She and the children 8 OZ. MULLER'S
ber. Novem'l will remain in Fayetteville dur 46 Oz. DELMONTE
Mrs. Frances Ruston ing his tour of duty. PINEAPPLE-GRAPEFRUIT MACARONIS'
Flora Gage were hostesses for r ,
the afternoon. Members of the Arts and
President Emily Gage would Crafts Class are asked to please JUICE 3 For $100BEm'
like to have a good representation come and pay your dues, whichare CROCKER 41c
\ at the District 6 meeting in two dollars, at the Sun and CAKE
:Melbourne November 4. The Sea Manor, South AlA, Flagler 303 STOKELY'S
'coffee hour will begin at 9 a. m. Beach. The request was made GOLDEN CREAM STYLE MIXES I-T
The meeting will begin at 10. by Alberta Heneken.
Luncheon reservations are to be 00
made to Mrs. Charles Sindelar. Earl Hull, from Port Huron, CORN .6''For 1 FABULOUS .
Michigan returned to his home
Willis White has returned to I last week after visiting two LARGE
his home after undergoing weeks with his parents, Mr. and SEGO FAB 2 ORES 59
gery at the Ormond Beach aur.1 Mrs. C. B. Hull, of Hill Crest. DIET
ifRiifKS3 i
pital. Continued To Page S | For 790

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Thursday Night 1 1 FANCY GOLDEN RIPE PIES 6 For $100BANANAS 1


Lb. 10
:S THIS THURSDAY, OCTOBER 28 WILL BE THE & BAKERYFANCY
:ft: BIGGEST SALE OF THE YEAR-ALL NEW MER- :ftft :

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:: HAMS WILL BE GIVEN AWAY AS DOOR PRIZ- jj'S: BEANS 2 LbL 29' BREAD 5'I00VVVVtfVVVVVVAVWVWVW'W
I :I; ES. LOTS OF DRAWINGS FOR OTHER PRIZES. :Rft

:: LOTS OF YARD GOODS, DISHES, TOOLS, FRUIT ft:
'a CAKES. IN FACT EVERY THING FROM SOUP ft:
: X: EXTRA ,50 50 EXTRA 50 50 EXTRA
:: TO NUTS. -W FREE FREE : FREE 50
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::: DON'T MISS THIS SALE. IF YOU NEED ANY. :ft: S & H GREEN STAMPS S & H GREEN STAMPS S & H GREEN STAMPS

::: THING COME TO THE AUCTION :ft: With this coupon and your With this coupon and your With this coupon and your

8 purchase of Two (2) purchase of One (1) 200 purchase hofTwin Pkf.
.,. :.=: : ROM Bushes ft Roll Dow' Handi Wrap Pak
'' TONIGHT Potato Chips
;(.1 ,'0, I Coupon Expires Coupon Expires Coupon Expires

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Lyke'a Sugar CreekFRANKS
REV. AND MRS. SNOW Idlewood Club Meets

HONORED ATRECEPTION Thursday With Mrs.

Wilda HargettMrs.
12 oz.

Rev. and Mrs. E. E. Snow Wilda Hargett was hose Pklr. 3ge
were honored with a reception tess to members of the Idle.
Sunday afternoon at the First wood Club at her home, Lambert .
Methodist Church. Rev. Snow has avenue. Bette McDaniel aa
served the Church as a retired vice president, presided at the U. S. D. A. CHOICE BEEF SALE

supply pastor the past three business meeting.
months, and Is having to give Members made plans for a CHUCK ROAST
up the work due to his health Thanksgiving basket to be pre. lb. 49
'sented to family, and
The fall theme was used In a needy .
I also voted to sponsor the March
the decorations. The refresh.
ment table was overlaid with a of Dimes drive again this year. Round
gold colored cloth and covered They also discussed the play Bone ROAST lb. 59
ground repairs.
with a handmade lace cloth.
New members welcomed were
Gold colored daisy mums ar
ranged in a crystal bowl formed Inez Manuel, Joy Stefllk, Rose.

the centerpiece.with gold This candles.was flanked Fall. mary Janice Brown Murray., Jennie Members Newell,present and. CHUCK STEAK lb. 59

were Peggy King, Betty Me-
leaves were used to complimentthe
'setting. Mrs. Snow was presented ,Daniel, Shirley Chambers, Myrna -
with a corsage of the I Knight, Kathryn Ferryman. Lean Western BOSTON BUTT Streak O'Lean

gold Presiding daisy mums.at the punch bowl stration guest Margaret and on she working Jane gave Deen with a demon.was"cook.a PORK ROAST lb. 53 WHITE BACON 49"SLICED

was Mrs. William Deen, Sr., and Ing crystals". She also showed

Mrs. Leslie Tucker. Floor hose. many things she had made. Frosty Morn x (6-B Ib. Avg.) FREE
tesses greeting guests and as
Mrs. Hargett used the Halloween
slating In serving were Mrs. theme In the decorationsand
George Clegg, Mrs. Gordon In the refreshment course. Smoked PICNICS Ib. 39
Buckles Mrs. Lee Blakely, Mrs.
Helen Sullivan and Mrs. M. B. SPEEDY KRANTZ
Fuller. CELEBRATESBIRTHDAY Pet Evaporated
BUTTER-NUT MILK SHAKE Tall $ 00
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MILK I
Fred Krantz Jr., (Speedy) celebrated ( PAY DAY-BIG PAY 7 Cans J,
FINESSE CLUB his tenth birthday an.

MEETS WITH nlversary on October 10. Ills CANDY BARS.
MRS. BROWN parents and sisters Cynthia and HERSHEY'SSUGAR
Mrs. Dale Brown Jr., was hose DeeDee, and ten of his friends
tess to members of the Finesse went to Lake Neoga for a wiener ( ;
: : .f 19c
Bridge Club Monday'night.. roast and swimming party.
Score prizes were won by Mrs. Speedy received lots of gifts
Mary Broadway and Mary Cur and a Sting Ray bicycle from his So. ZS
ny. parents. Green Giant 303 Can ; C

The Club will meet with Laura His grand parents, Mr. and SWEET PEAS 5 For $$00 Umit 1 with $5.00 or more food order
Morris next Monday evening. Mrs. C. A. Krantz and his uncle
and aunt, Mr. and Mrs. James Giant
Krantz were also present to helpin Green 12 oi. Can

FRIENDLY CIRCLE the celebration. NIBLETS CORN 5 For $1 DAIRY SPECIAL -
MEETS WITH Others present Included Chip

MARY JO SEALE Brooks, Davy Solomon, Charles Pillsbury Apple Blueberry Peach
Pelllcer. Linda Church, John
The Friendly Circle of the
Geller, Larry Jones, John Rich. TURNOVERS
'AT 49c
First Methodist Church met with
ard Jones, and Ricky, Larry and
I Mrs. Mary Jo Seale Thursday for Greg Krantz. CRISCO OIL
! a social and program meeting.
I Plans were made for a rum. FROZEN FOODS -
Mr. and Mrs. Lee Mercer visit. Family Size
mage sale on November 2 at
ed In Homestead Florida 49*<<:
the Civic Center, beginning at during 38 oz. Bottle Winter Carden 11 oi. Pkg.
the past weekend with Mrs.
10 o'clock a. m. Mercer's brother and sister In Limit 1 with $5.00 or more food order BEEF-CHICKEN-TURKEY
During the social meetingMrs.
law, Mr. and Mrs. Jimmy Smith.
Each
Seale served
a tempting
DINNERS
I lie Is stationed there with the 39C
refreshment course to her guests.
Air Force.
I The Halloween theme was used FRESH PRODUCE -
throughout the home, and also
I Guests of Mr. and Mrs. F. H.
In th refreshments. Howell recently was her brother, 4 lb. C.llo Bag Pillsbury (Plain or Self Rising)

S. W. Splvey of Chicago. lie Is APPLES Each 3ge
visiting several points In Florida FLOUR
COUNTRY CLUB
and will return and spend sometime Juicy RedGRAPES
ADOPTS PROJECT with the Howells. lb. '
FOR SCHOLARSHIP fOe 5B'ag 29C

The Country Club adopted for Mr. and Mrs. Walter Knight
Ca. Red SWEETPOTATOES
their project this year a scholar were business visitors In Jacksonville Limit 1 with $5.00 or more food order
ship fund which will be awarded "" .
Monday. lOc
to a Bunnell High School

Senior. Margaret Knight and Guest of Mr. and Mrs. Lloyd
Elissa Tilton were named on the Robertson during the past weekend

committee.The Mrs. Margie Club. met Kinney recently at with her Anderson was her of mother Baxley, Mrs.Georgia.Mrs. W..R. 50 tal : 100 tal 50

home in St. Johns Park. Present
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were Naomi Pelllcer. Elllsa Til Virginia High returned ( with coupon & purchase with coupon & purchas.' with coupon & purchase'
ton. Margaret Knight Pat Cow. home from the Hospital Friday I. >of (1)2) lb. Pkg. Armour'' > of $2.00 or more from < of (1) 5 oi. Jar Borden'c''
art. Jeanette and Is recuperating at her home >VeriBe Cheese Spread* HAIR CARE RACK INSTANT COFFEE
Johnston and Molly Bertha Bertha.Madge here. Her IOn, J. B. High Jr. has \ Coupon Void After Coupon Void After Coupon Void AfterMonday

Mrs. Kinney served a tempt. returned to Washington after a I, Monday, Nov. 1, 1965 Monday, Nor. 1, 1965 Nov. 1, 1965
visit of two weeks here with her. it. ...tipAtli
ing sweet course to her guests.
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RESTAURANTWill II FOOD RODGERS STORE


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be open for business

I Phone 437-3227
Monday Novemer 1st. OPEN SUNDAYS US. No. 1 BUNNELL
I 8:00 a,= -ItOO p.m.

Quantity Right Reserved Price Good Oct 28, 29, 30, 31, and Nov. 1, 1965




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chest or not but that was the

: Icr/leach Impression I got when the doc
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Ca Too Late bore down with his post hole

digger. "Take a lot, Doc," I said, BROWN & BROWN INC.
(Continued from page 6) To Classify "When you get through playing

: COMMUNITY MEMORIAL with It save Jt for my puppy, INSURANCEOUR I
CHURCH by Russell Ken he loves bone marrow.'The
i I nurse giggled but the doc never:I
Sunday school at 9:45 a. m. l Doctor's, nurses, aids, volunteer wiggled a whisker., I

Worship at 11. Sermon topic I workers, hospitals, blood But the real fun came_ that I PHONE NUMBER IS
Sunday will be "Smyrna The banks, Blue Cross and Blue
night when they came 'around I
Suffering Church Shield all provide wonderful castor 437-3394 I
with the oil and followed
I services that we seldom to I
Ladies Guild will meet Thurs stop it up with three energetic
day for a luncheon at the homeof think about until we have occasion i enemas. When th'ey'got through 1

Mrs. Reuben Gardi. to use them. I felt 'like Mister Clean himself.
I .
Rev. R. W. Dickert, pastor. Most of my life I have been Then they pumped me full of -
disgustingly healthy and have whitewash and I felt like the I -- -- -

Visiting with Mr. and Mrs. contributed very little to the washer you see on television I

Jack Meekins last week were welfare of those kind, gentle that feels like It was ten feet 24 Hour ..R..
Mr. and Mrs. H. A. Eckoff from and dedicated people who de. I Wrecker Service

Myrtle Beach, S. C. vote their lives to caring for tall.Then they rolled me down to I

the sick. the X-ray. room and the photographers I

Friends of Rev. Reynold N. But Mama Nature has a way had a field day. They : Flagler Truck & Tractor Co.
Hoover will be glad to hear that of sneaking up end slapping yelled :"Hold it" and rolled me

he has returned to his home your ears down when you least this way and that until I felt I MASSEY-FERGUSON

after being a patient in Halifax I expect it. In my case it happened like a row boat in a hurricane.But I Grove Farm Industrial Equipment

,Hospital. I so fast I Just couldn't they evidently knew what
believe it. they were doing for I "am up VIRGIL DECKER Phone ID 7-3242

BOY SCOUT TROOP 495 I One day I felt as chipper as and kicking 'again feeling as fit Owner Bunnell, Florida

HOLDS BOARD OF REVIEW a young squirrel and before the as a fiddle. God bless 'em all. .
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next sunrise I'woke up with an
Scoutmaster Les Waterman re
intestional backlash that put ,
ported that the following boys -"
me'ln wheel chair and event.
had received merit badges and a
s Leaf miners?
ually a hospital.The
: advancements at the Board of
doctors had a name for .
Review last Tuesday evening:
It but I can't pronounce it, let
Mickey: Sindelar, 1st Aid, Star f
Scout. alone spell It so let's Just say
"innerds" all messed
were
Andy Waterman, Hiking Merit may

Badge, 1st Class. .
Grady Prather, Hiking Merit up.Anyhow, before I could count :: : '
Badge. ten on my little pink toes I ,.. 't ,
found myself tucked in a hose { 'dr' ., ,
David Johnson, Hiking' Fores : ,
I try Merit Badge. pital bed with nurses, aids, doctors I !I "
and helpers galloping in i
Eddie Dodimead, Home Repairs ,
f Cooking Merit Badges. and out of my room in a steady I

I John Waterman, Hiking Merit stream. F\' :

Badge. They started with a blood .. .
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transfusion. I had given blooda .'
Daniel I .
Ii Waterman, Hiking 'A.. .
Merit number of times but this was ,
Badge. ,1." .
Lee the first' time I ever got any. ,
Bourne, Fishing, Personal .
Finances But the Indian givers didn't ..
Merit Badges and Star 1 ,
Scout. much more than give me the '( ,.;
blood before take "
they starting
The of '
group boys earning ", 'l
ing I it back again. Smiling t' .
their hiking merit badges:! recently ,
completed their requirements nurses took samples, stuck me "j)_ -T-: : 1(1( mUl
In the arm and the finger took .... '''
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by hiking from Flagler .
Beach down to the Daytona my temperature and blood pressure 'f"l

Beach boardwalk. They were accompanied / every hour, fed me white,
by their Scoutmasteron pink and yellow pills and 'n ,
this hike. fussed over me like I was the '\,

---.-- last living specimen of a deca. .. r'
IN TIIM COUNTY JVDriR COURT dent race.
IN AND Molt PLAGLKIl COUNTY I''
14.1.OUlnA. IN I'UOUATKIN Boy, I mean they gave me t, '

VA'I'2 Estate!lEI' NO.of LEE rM A. OSTEEN I somebody the works.would Every come 20 bouncingin minutes .... ...-- ... ,
Deceased. 1
NOTICE I stick a twichet on my chest M ,
CLAIM i ORE DEMANDS V AGAINST and say "Testing, one, two,
THE Deceased.ESTATE OF LEE A. OSTEEN. three." But they would never S '

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1.dn Order Declaring test or not. The answer may ,
of
the Estate
LEE A. OHTEEN. Deceased 1 as un-I have been in the back of the .
4.1',.x necessary Honorable has been entered by book but would never'let
T. K. McKNICHT. Judge they
1 ot the County Judge's Court, Flair.
I me see the book.
'Jer
County. Florid& ,
In Kindly govern yourself accord. One doctor came In with-a kit FIGHT BACK ;. .
" *'lrllt Publication 10.18-85 !of tools and cheerfully said he 'I
/ST.. K.
MCKNIGHT. bone
1 I was going to give me a
1 Oct. 28 & Nov. ..IV IUa tcudce. marrow test. All we are goingto

do, he said, is bore a hole "

;i..r... O. F. ALTORD in your chest and take out a '
sample of bone marrow. It won'thurt : (
Y I Itegtatered he assured me except whenwe ,
Real Estate Broker bore through the bone.I .

BunntU Florida don't know wheher you ever \ WTTHORTHOlDIBROM

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penetrates the leaf to kill leaf miner larvae-controls aMs too!
i On AlA & N. 4th St., Flagler Beach

Minutes after you spray with DIBROM 8 Emulxire leaf miners will be dead or
Phone 439-9221 I
dinr..enn lame that hare wormed, their way into plant tissue.This same '.

I l fil DIBROM schedule will also dean up worms, aphids and a host of other insects. :;
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Because of Us short residual fife DlBROM 8 Emulsire is less harmful to beneficial /. .

24 HOUR HEAVY DUTY WRECKER SERVICE .
insects. It's safer than most organic phosphates. .

------ -- ... It mixes readily with water, and is compatible with most .

insecticides and fungicides. So if you grow tomatoes, .:

... CRAIG FUNERAL ,HOMEA.
watermelons, peppers, cucumbers, summer squash or ."
CRTHO .
H. CRAIG. Funtral Director celery (it's registered for use on 35 crops) fight back 1 ,

... AIR ROBERT WORLET. Associate OXYGEN D''pROM j} against leaf miners this year with ORTHO DIBROM. w


.ONDmONEDCHAPEL I ATTENDANT LADY I EQUIPPED "Helping the World Crow Bttttr" ".

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siasm should not be dampened Subscribe lor The Flagtar Tribune : vanla. If alive.
Gardening In Florida Halloween Food andt dead, all .1
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by the "don'ts." P rtlea claiming interest by,
SW % Year In
Advanc I through, under or against nAYMONn
(By HrrtY Sharp) j I Don't fall to plant some sort of I C. WILSON and ESTHER- 1 .

foundation planting If there Is Plays A Big PartFood WILlK: ,
Foundation plantings to the I MARGARET ALDER W1LHUR
a bare ,spot at the base of your in and ALLEN 8. WILUUIl her hue-
the
gardener are like some gar. plays a big part HASTINGS MATTRESS band, bt Ureenacrea Avenue 8cara

ments.-they smooth out features I building. Remember these enjoyment of Halloween say I! & UPHOLSTRY WORKS date N. Y.t alive and it dead
plants will Increase the valueof with all parties claiming; Interest by,
I and add a "dressy" look. I I nutritionists the Florida 710.12 Lemon St. through, under or against MA1U
the property, yet will look so Agricultural Extension Service. I UAltltT: ALDEn WILUUH and Air
So to Insure that you will natural that the tax assessor Palatka Florida LKN t). WIL1JUn.

spruce up around the home add I will fall to add the Improve- To"make Halloween "pump : I Phone EA 5-9166 VItiNA THOMAS ALDER W..ALDER ills wife and. tit SARA.LIn

foundation plants. ment to his tax: roll. kins, decorate oranges with Furnltu-% Upholstering cola Avenue Wlnnetoka. Illlnola. '

I cloves and cut gumdrops, held Repairs & Refinished 1alive and If dead, partlea
When properly made a foundation There of claiming interest bv, through/ un
are scores plants
In place with a little sugar and Mattresses & Box Springs der or agalnat' ALDER

planting serves definite suitable for setting around the water mixture. Make the "pump.kln's" Mad 10 Order Also Renovated and lUIr" _

purposes. It connects the house home. The native cherry laurel stem Call Laura Morris 437.3231 LENT CHR18IAM SCIENCE BENEVO
by scooping out a AUaaachu.

with the grounds and adjacent i Is one. The wax privet Is another small section of the stem end After 6:00 P. M. Street sets c Boston: \'ooNfof lb. Maaaachuaetta.n { Falmouth.

ornamentals so that the house excellent glossy green PRICES REASONABLE.
of the orange and inserting a..
and grounds appear they, have II plant I BUDGET PLAN IF NEEDED. all unknown owners lien
strip of dark celery' stalk. holder and
green Just as near as clalmanta; and the un.
grown together Into an eye. I Other larger growing foundation your wr.cael\re, legatee devisees
Phone
Post Office
or and
appealing homestead. I suggestions Include abelia, Serve apple cider with a Drop Us A Card or Call peraon living or dead& .* of all

Shrubs and vine also tend I severinea, Jasmines, wax myrtle pumpkin cookie or cake. Candied Free Pick-up & Delivery Interest c laiming. claim to have or lien any on rlnfHre the her .,

to soften and blend architecturallines. i and a number of the arborvitaes apples, shiny and red, are Inaftar( described land and all per.*

Such 'plants give the and conifers. amusing to make and decorate. to whom It may concern, toe
l.V TIIK CIHCVIT COURT, 9KV-: wit: the following. land. situate
home a finished look. Still another group of plants-' Fashion faces on them with INTO JUDICIAL ClUCUIT. IN In Plight I County, Florida and da.
AND fan FLAULKIl COUNTYFLORIDA. s cribed at:
Generally foundation plantings ferns-have a place against candy fruit drops, raisins, coconut IN CIIANCRIiY CASK

shaded walls and underneath marshamallows and white NO. alasANOUB : Parcel li t Lot 10, and the North
reflect personal preferences.The arly on.-hal! (U) of Lots 11 and
owner of a Spanish Villa- larger plants. mints. S. RYNOLD& Jit,. If. Block 17. Town of liunnell a*
Plaintiff shown l In
flat
Hook 1. at fag 1,
type home will use gaily colored The Sword, Boston, leather *ail Public lUcorda of Flaglar County.
Halloween like to MERCEDES
partygoers RETNOI.DS.D.f.ndant.. Florida.Parcel. ,
crotons and other and other cultivated varieties
acalphes, .
for red Pusha
duck
crisp apples.
tropical plants, while the proud make excellent foundation are NOTICH' TO AITHAIl 1.ontiwtt T, I, and
penny Into the meat of the TUB STATE OF FIAHIIUA TO: Southerly (K) of Uota: It
owner of a city ranch Borne may rangements. Native fern from MKliCEDRS M. JIBYNOLDH and 11 Block: 17, Town of Uunnell.
pple to make them easier to Apartment, 1. .. shown In flat Hook 1 at Tag
feature cactus and cottonwoods. the woods can also be planted.
the 32 Hoa* Court !. I'ubllo Record of Flagler, County *
Rules for making foundation : In bays and other small Indentations ,. grasp or you might hang Campua Manor I Florida.
apples from a string and watch Amherst New York
plantings are vague. Early set. I to tone down the You are ,hereby notified that a I rare I. Lot 1. Block bf. Town
I the fun.Goblins. suit for divorce baa been Died ot Uunnell, aa shown In flat Book
tlers cut out the underbrush so i higher plants and add color and witches against you In the above entitled 1 at 1'a. 1, Racorda of

that they could keep an eye out I plant herbaceous perennials I hamburgers, and never cheese refuse caua to verve. and upon you Plaintiff are hereby Attorney required Flaglar 1 County,'utO'ld\ .

for Indian attacks. such as four-o-clock, Stokes' as whose name and address appear Parcel' One halt (.H) mineral
burgers. Make faces on the hereon written If rlghta of Lot
: your defence Unnumbered
Conditions haven't changed ter, penstemon, physostegia, cheese using such foods much. Homeowners plant wandering Jew and violelENEW paprika suit on or before the 10th Uunnall of record In Map Hook 1,
very I parsley, celery leaves, green day of November 1I4S. else decree Page J, 'aal.r County, Florida
low growing plants which allow pro confao will be entered against J nd a portion of Tract .. i. and
peppers, pickles, and catsup. Block "U" In Section 14. accord
for good visibility so they can you.WITNESS\ ; my hand and aeat of ing to the map of liunnell Develop*

keep an eye ,out for peddlers, Give fruit, cookies popcorn aald Court thla 11th day of Octo- merit Company1 land of record In
Map Hook
/ JJ. IKS. 1. J'ag* 1. Flagler Coun
bill collectors and unwanted 'rotNSi balls or small packages of raisins (:tAt! ) Ja. A.: RMTT1IE ty. Florida; ; said parcel described
I Clerk of said Court i a* follow Uegln att A point In
visitors. However, beauty Is to trick or treaters who Dy Julia Harve the easterly line of Allan Street
Rb
the reason most gardeners give. lX/IIItS rlllJRTN $ knock on your door this Hallo SWORTUP 'I Clerk a '' street *s now laid out, sail{
w. L. WA point being a distance of 108.0',
University of Florida orna IIIIfTH ween. "'. O. Pox inllunnell north II* If' aaat from the Inter
Florida c'lon of said land with the
mental experts offer a few Attorney for Plaintiff northerly line of south Anderson

don'ts" In making foundation Oct. 11-11 Nov 1.11-Ito treet. a 10 atrt a* now laid out;
thence Month SI* lo eaat. a dl.*
plantings. I v run onrrrr cnritT. RVRNTII ?once of 110 to a point: Ihenrn
CLASSIFIEIADS JUDICIAL/ ClltCt'lT, IV >ith II* li' East aVdlaianc* of
Don't This Is
overplant. a AND FOIL FLAUI.KU COUNTY, I"t, I* a Point: thence ftf$1.

common fault, and crowding of JI'.ORtO AT LAW NO. Ml Wet a, dl. once of 744.15' to
T1IH IIOUMINO th* i
M AUTIIOItlTY Westerly line of lot aforeaaldj -
too much miscellaneous material T HIS COUNTY OF FUAUUGIt. thenc Mouth 01* 17' .... a
FLORIDA.' distance of III.*' to a point: thence
around the home Is
a a stele arney, north '* lo> Ws f llUnc I of
common blunder of a rank retltlonera.. I011' to a point thane south li*
".. 1*' W..., a distance' of 106' to the

amateur. Uellag* au di. tkle sWANTEDWaitresses ar* S .ea. perCOMPTOrTS v..N .sell Iw.a.tleae A. C. HOIKJKU8, at al, point of beginning

Don't depend too much on an. at Bun NOTICE TO AITKAIl l>t1f.nd.nt.ANI, Marlon Street ...t.r')' of the

, nuals as a basis of the plant. DKFKNI1:' Unnumbered Illock aaaterly of
nell Restaurant and Coffee Shop. PICTURED ENCYCLOPEDIA For TUB BTATB OF F..oIUO.TO: block 10.
, ing. They require continuous r rrt 1. A. C. ItOIIJlIhtt.: and
replacement and during some Apply In person. 10-28-ltc The Home A School. Free Dem. I'AUUNK JtOIXlUUM llunnell. That allay ,In the unnumbered

onstration. See or call Marvin FlorM block easterly of Block ..,
will KOWIN C WILSON _
seasons not do Justice to and
II. Parker, Bunnell, Fla. 4373236.10212tp. Wilson, his wife, If married whose "arlon Street ...Ierl, of Lot I.
your mortgage. Chrlatlan name la unknown III! Block $f.
LOST-White wedding ring
cold > Street N. W.. Waahlncion
{ T.
Don't use too large or too con
Inscribed CLA from JCR 628.35 2)f'>> alive and If dead, all That 10' allay In Illock lit.
splcuous materials. Trees can be LADIES PART TIME SALES patties claiming Interest by.throuRh. .
Finder please call 437-3647 or under or against EDWIN You are hereby notified that the
used only against the largest write Mrs. J. C. Rodgers, Box 206, work available as a FuUerettelUng i C WfUtON and WILSON above ptlllonr has brought this
his
] wife.UAYMONO. cause to condemn
the
buildings, and some of the property
Bunnell. 10-23-ltc Fuller Brush products C. WILSON ant K8 abov* deacrlbed; for public pur
variegated foliage plants do not Should have car and at least 15 TtlKIt W IL MON. his wife, 610 Kim poa*. to-wlli for the construction
I Street ( tear). Headlnc. 1'ennayUvanla of low rental public housing unit/
fit In well with all types of FOR SALE Alma's Second HandFurniture hours a week free. Average S3: If alive and If dead all par naceaaary appurtenance* pertaining

architecture. A Store. Wellstocked. flea 1 claiming through, thereto, and In acquire re* Ample
I Clothing to $3 per hour. Call Daytona under or *r'.fclf}, () ) C till/ to said landa.

Don't use too many conifers. Write or call Mrs Elaine Beach 252-4583 or write II. Sll- WILSON and KMTIItCU WIUHJN. You and each of you are hereby

There is almost no restrictionon Rogers, 8109 Idaho St. Jacksonville I Oct. 21-TF MAIU1AUET At.PKIt WILIIUM the commanded Circuit Court to rxt for and the appear Pev-nlh In

broadleaved evergreens phone 3M-19T7. 10-28-2tp and ALLEN M. W1UIUK. her hua- Judicial Circuit/ In and for Flag

Many such plants are Ideally I' I BRAND NEW FRAME HOME, dale.band, N.i* (Y.Irernacrra, If alive Avenue and If Soars.dead day l I.r County of I I...,.rn Florid be,. IMS, on al the the Iftth ore

adapted to foundation plantings INSURANCE AGENT NEEDEDfor 14x18, completely finished out all putties claiming Interval floe of the Clerk of ..... Circuit
through under or against Court! to show what right till.
Don't be afraid of your own Bunnell and Flagler. Guaranteed side. In Korona across: the rail UAIIKT ALDKII WILIIUK br.// Interval or lien you or any of you

salary plus commission Price B. Czachorowtkl ALLKN *, WILIIURTMOMAM anv of the abov**
road.
100000.
ideas as to plants. Your enthu W ALDKII and MARA* I d::t"ILd'r."nJ: and tu show caua

Free Insurance and hospltallza- Oct 14, 3tp.!! coin VENA: A Lnl':H. hla wife IK IJn- why the aim should not b* taken
nr TIIR (''IRrt'? rnt'RT. a1.rV tlon married 22 to 40. Call Avenue, Wlnnalka. IIlInol.1 If I l for the ua** and purpu*** *Are
,
rMTii ..,'UIC.'UL (hId 11' it age slice and If dead, all r 'doacrlbeii/ and for other relief aa
AND Your FLA MCU ('ot trr Orlando !Bean CL Z-4856.: West BUNNELL THEATRE FOR SALE. .Ing ,Inter TIfO"li..through under orgalnat f may be tieceaaary or default will
FMIHIDA IV CIIAXCKRY N('. W. ALLEN: and be entered against
Sell with or without equipment, I you.
ern ,L Southern Life. 10-28-1 tp MARAVF.NA ALDKRCIIRIMTIAN .
BM1CATIIEniNB Also I
.._( Box 237 Lake Butler WIKNCK IIKNKVO TAKE NOTICM>> that a
JEROME. -- Florida LENT AOCIATION Maaiachu I laratlun of Taking ha* been Iftj:4

.'.. Flalntlff. The American Automobile Association I H. A. Dale. 10-14-3te tt* Corporation. lot a Falmoulh* by Petitioner 'In the Offlc of the
Street Boston II Maaaarhuacttal 1 Urk of thl. Court In thl* cross
ELMER E. needs full time sales of the litre
taking of above land
JEROYg.Df."da"t. HOY
carrel 1. I. McNAII and
II HOUSE FOR BENT' on A1A and WINIFRKIi I). McNAII. Flaglar for Ihin afnreaald purMiea, a* |
OTirK TO ArrE.ttTIlE representative In Count thi
Flagler the petition filed I In *
llearh Florid
9th St. Beach. Mrs. Bob
STATE OF FLOKIPA TO: Flagler .
CITI7.KNM HANK I cruse and that Ihl cause will b*
13'. OF IIUNNKLU
KLMKR E. JF.IIOMK.co '.
.
Noland. Seville, Florida. Phone lliinn.ll.I Florida, brought nn for hearing before the
Anna LeFluer
Liberal Commission and Bonustt Tare*) I ItoHKRT I'ARRINK/ Honorable Hawaii W, Mellon, a
214 Clinton Avenue 9-23-tf
7492309. Ju.'.
Jit and KVUI.YN of thl Court or other Judge
Albany. New York CompUto. Training I'ARRIHII. hlwife. :i that be lilting In his place.
Ton 111 Loomis I Avenue, Dayton m.r
ar hereby notlfld that ault
lh ,
for dl.orcba.* been Oled LU Insurance FOR RENT: -1 bedroom duplex |"*rh. Florida' un.t I 04 o'clock rt dr I'of. November. 1141.
at al Chambers
.:WIN C. $
against you In the abov. entitled WII> >)>N and-
fold Vacations furnished apartment Couple or WI1JHON. ills' wile.t married sissies County Courthouee. |lun<
ran* and you arc hereby required nail Florid to .
to verve upon llalntlff Attorneywhoa. Pension Plan single person reasonable rentPhone whoa Crtrlatlan name I* unknown' Itorlarallon of Taking : 4'I.a. *
name an4 addr..* 1111 Street N. W. Waahlngton
hereon your written defn appear. it Contact B. R. Burgess, 100 Sea 431.3.>>& 9-23tf 1. I*, Ji% If alive andsf/ deed. ..ilhroush deem curb proper other a action* provide.a* the by law Court
,..
to the Dill of Complalaisad In Inl. ,,
any
underclaiming E1)Wi All 1'11.! to the suit and all
ruIt. on or before the Hthday breeze Blvd Daytona Beach, or agalnat parties
FURNISHED APARTMENT for In Interest may appear and
<', WIUMJN and- WlLrlON.='
of November. 1MI, ele decree
Florida. 10142tcSINGER ( that rime and place.
pro eoefeao will be entered agtlnatyou rent. Phone Harris Appliances, hi. wife. rou.*r"hereby required and ore
) ) WIIM<)V and KM-
WITEM my hand and seal of electric sewing machine 4373367. 923.tfcor. TIClr" :;% ills wife, II* Kim diced petition lo In Ale,the your offlc answer. of Ih.I*Clerk said

.aid Crt Ihie llth day ber. A. 1) 114$. In console cabinet like new. vanla. If alive and If d *d. all. par
County. Florid
.
UPHOLSTERY Bunnell In the Courthouse,
.
tl claiming ;
Interval ,
ISgAL) by Ihrouah
) E. A. 8MTT1IECUrk Hunnell.I
Sews forward and reverse. All Florid, on or before the
of sold Court I Fla Hwy. 11, will/ pick up and under WJl 'ON or and aKalnatAT KMTIIKIt wUPIC.:: Illh day ., December. Hal. and
By Julia IL llarv.yW attachments for making buttonholes I deliver all furniture free. For MAfCIAIIKT ALIVoItV1f.IIVre I* some a ropy rot your sail an'
*poly Clerk
u WADNWORTIt zigzagging and fancyJtltch sample material and prices on and bendreenter.AlLEN WIUlUll.. her hue. .war IO.. it upon..r |..VV.. ...._WADMWORTIf.11. Florid al*
P. 0. not .U Avenue, rVr- ,,,.
littunell. FloridaAttore. designs. Fully guaranteed labor call 4373673. 7-1-tf d.l.. N. Y, If alive endf/ dead I. ,dale.for I'ellllvner on *r beforeaurh

for flalntlff Can be In Make all p rtl.a claiming mutest b,.
seen area.
your .. ... It I* Hereby Ordered thai Ihl*
tll' under
.r again MAIl
Oct. Il-ll-ll Nov. 4ItsEbt
eight monthly payments of S44H SEPTIC TAKE cleaning; drain OAltKT AU'KH WIUlUll and nolle week and for order four coneellv b. publlehod week one*

or will discount for cash. Write: fields installed; snail shIL tea AI.I.Y.TMOtfA M W WIWtUh.AU'KR and MARA* Ia"or to said date In The "*.1.,

1.glr i Srtbonf Credit Manager, 122 S. Clearwater sonable prices. Call George Ja- VF.NA AWlli. bl* wlf. Ill fjncol gentsetreu.lion, a newspaper/ In having Angler a
Avenue. Wlnnalk. 1 If .
Road Largo Florida. cox ID 7-3410 8-1'tf sure and If D*sd. all 1I1t1'1... CountFlorida..
... Irtiar IIBrtKIN FAIL NOT a. a ..,...1.
!
** byth.u.." under oragalnal
CSELL FLORIDA 1021.tfcroa TIIOWAfl W, AU'EII and 0 will bo entered again vou.WITVCMM .
NAMAVKNA ALItrilfllltirriAN anr band a* Clerk of
MR* It B. FUU rR. EeJterDeetraated SALE-Flagler Beach lot JOHNSTON'S nflKNCK aid Court and the Heal of MM
LENT UIJtlto. I Court rule Illh day of ("I.....
AMMfjCfATION.: a $ A. [I. ..... al lluan.!!. stagier
50 x120 on Daytona Ave.between north rLACLER BEACH REALTY CO. *et* Crporllon. Ill Fa I mouth Cowalr. Florid

a.w.Np.e foe anLgl 7th and 8th Su. f$ so. LOTS. HOMES OCEAN FRONT Vlr'-C llot.M II. Maehtitt*1ia Circuit Court Neal)
A n ,t$. g .'fl.1 /. KOWIW <; WIUION
Phone 4.>>-2213. 10-21-3tp WATER FRONT FARMS. and WlUyiX. hi. Wll.. If ./. J:. A- KWYTHBff
married whose Christian l* un A. "MTTHIlClrk of the
Entered aj **ei>4 eUe Matter ACREAGE .known, till I*, Street N, .W. W....* Circuit Port FlflgUr Conn:
February .. U'" at th* poet- FULLER BRUSH SALES or SER ........ 7, O. C, If alive and If ty, ".,....
9M tt root ....te Mda
X'r.t'wj."i"rnrwa. wader VICE. Call 252-4583 M you dead, all Mrlle* tUlmlag later.*! ./ W f. Wadworlh
DaJtocaBndl. CUb Phone HZ 9-2343 b>r. tbre cK under a r again! ri>- W, U Wa4...,'" I
U order 1s $5.00 or more+ VVIN C, WILJMM a a W/Uux. tO..
Residence Phone ID 7-3601 bwire.. U**.*lt.brfertda
Oss. y... n..ae we will refund cost of telephone IUYXOMD r. WlfJION aad r... roll
afs ....tar -.e.... calL Oct 21 TF or ID 7-917 Till:" WILMOM. ... wife. II* Kim AlJlnNMY:
Street (Itearl '10"" ... I'easepl. I O Nev, .11-41.






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PAGE TEN THE FLAGLER TRIBUNE, BUNNELL, FLORIDA Thursday, Oct. 28, 1965

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,I board should be padded with a I
material that will allow a certain
NEWS amount of give under the

pressure of the iron. I 1

GML'

I Continued From Page 7 Plastic Mulch

\ Mr. and Mrs. Bill Shepperd Gives Results
and family of Daytona, have I I ,
moved here to reside at the I Use of plastic mulch by' strawberry |
And ye shall be my sons and daughters,
corner of Moody boulevard and II growers In Florida is Saith the.Lord Almighty.
Chapel street. lie Is employedwith largely responsible for a 400 per
I Hosea 1:10, Isaiah 43:6
the Krantz Motor Company.Mr. cent increase In the crop as wellas
revival the berry indus -
of t I
I a
We are, indeed, all children of
E. J. Dillon have .
and Mrs. '
try.Dr. God. Every man, every individ
returned to their home in War. C. M. Geraldson, associate ual has equal opportunity to believe
i wick,"*. I., after a three weeks soils chemist with the Gulf in God to accept salvation.It .
I, visit here:with her mother, Mrs. Coast Experiment Station, says O is a birthright, made possible
Daisy Buckles, 'her sisters fam that plastic mulch, on a grower through God's love for all.
>
fly, Mr. and Mrs. George Allen, basis, has been very successful. Herein lies the strength of
and She also visited Christianity. Herein lies the
Jr., family. However, fertilizing procedureshave
of the individual Christian
strength -
in Jacksonville with a sister, been erratic and further
I If we believe in God and
Mrs. Pauline Hoel and family. research is needed to develop a understand the example of the

I : Enroute home they will,visit in good recommendation. I "- life of Christ upon earth, we accordingly

f Jesup, Georgia, with Mr. and I Results of research at the Experiment find it easier to meet
Mrs. Brady Wadsworth and family Stations' Main Station the trials and temptations of lifer
;J and in Smyrna, Georgia with In Gainesville show that and to recognize the rights of
I (. Mrs. Fannie Barker and family. others.
N I "most yield Increases" were di. I t& The hope of salvation whichis
t rectly related to practices which peace eternal, is God's promise
.
CARD OF THANKS' were connnected with decreased e' % to all mankind. We must remem

J I want to thank my many salts. Dr. Geraldson says straw. 5 ber, however, that God expects
1Lz something of us in return.
| friends for all the cards, flowers berries are extremely sensitive \ :.
I ; and visits, sent to me while 1 to excessive salts. But tomatoes, .
r was in the hospital, and my for example, can tolerate four to
P five times the amount of salts
convalescence at home.
Read BIBLE dally
,
your
These thoughtful deeds meant when looking at the same

much to me and are appreciated growth or Injury. andT14"

;, very much. Therefore, Dr. Geraldson explains GO TO CHURCH:
i Willis White that irrigation'together SUNDAY
I { with the quantity of fertilizer : '
used and its placement in. the ". :

I Is Your Ironing field is extremely important. ,
He added that another advan

j/ Board Cover Safe? tage is the'almost complete prevention f .:,',.'
of ground rot of such
Your ironing board should
crops as tomatoes, cucumbersand
have some basic features to
cantaloupes. This Is especIally
give you satisfaction In use,and
Important on "old soils"where
comfort, home economist .
say -- ----- ----- --- ---
I rot is a serious problem.,
with the Florida Agricultural
.f
"Research around the countryhas
,
Extension Service.It '..
shown that three major advantages ,
should be lightweight and seem possible with .:. I
rigid, with no wobbling or tilt. ,the use of plastic mulch. These we are proud

'I I ing. The adjustment levers include its ability to conserve
should work with a slight touch soil moisture, to control weeds to
j of the 'fingers and should hold and to alter soil temperature," present. .

the board securely in position. he said. glamorousAAOUU
t Make sure the board has a lock. of
Approximately 3,500 acres
I ing device to keep It folded for strawberries were planted In
'
: safety purposes.I 1965, according to Dr. Gerald.
you are left-handed, buy an son. lie said more than 1,000
Ironing board ,with levers on also
acres of tomatoes were
y both sides. Beware of the curved
planted by growers using the +
x leg board ,designed for the right. plastic mulch. At least 500 acres stockings !

handed person. It will be a of sweet corn were planted us .--.--. ... ...., .. ...... t "
hindrance to If left. ft -- ..4's1"""
i : you you are .
ing the mulch. '
t handed. ,...
Use washable asbestos and .c
i Contrary to popular belief, ,, ,
,
flbreglass board covers which sharks do not have to turn ) (i1
over
can be wiped clean with a damp 1: 0\\ ,
to bite, declare scientists at F Ii !:
I cloth Be burn. ;
sure they \are oceanariums of Marlneland.vwvwrtVYYWWVAto \ ; I .
proof and scorch proof. The \ "
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-and we know you'll be toot For Mojud Stockings
I FOR ALL HOURS-DAY OR NIGHT fit like no others you've ever worn, flatter
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,: ;...., your leg every Inch of the way. Thanks to

AMBULANCE .t ,..U ".1 Mojud's exclusive "magic motion",
PHONE VAlley 4 1625
they"glre"I when you move
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SERVICE
ST. AUGUSTINE. FLORIDA ':i spring back when you stop-never let a wrinkle mar

.', ,. their beauty. And youll find
' New b. bosltunt about calling a Garcia: Ambulant Wo .;.":" Mojud .stockings the moil luscious

art always at your .Mnric with promptness safety adS 'J;, l 't,r styles and shades you've ever set

S experUne. -, ,VJ.. eye ont t See them soon-you owe It
: "':" : to your, legs!
Equipped With Oxygen Resusitator>> and Inhalator k' 1 -

IJ Garcia Funeral HomeP. ""' : : S $1.35 pr.y

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