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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: November 4, 1965
Publication Date: -1981
Frequency: weekly
regular
 Subjects
Subjects / Keywords: Newspapers -- Bunnell (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Flagler County (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Genre: newspaper   ( marcgt )
newspaper   ( sobekcm )
Spatial Coverage: United States -- Florida -- Flagler -- Bunnell
Coordinates: 29.4675 x -81.256944 ( Place of Publication )
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Dates or Sequential Designation: Began in 1917?
Dates or Sequential Designation: -69th year, no. 36 (Sept. 3, 1981).
General Note: Mrs. M.B. Fuller, editor.
General Note: Description based on: Vol. 43, no. 20 (June 2, 1955).
Funding: Funded by NEH in support of the National Digital Newspaper Project (NDNP), NEH Award Number: PJ-50006-05
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Source Institution: University of Florida
Holding Location: University of Florida
Rights Management: All rights reserved. Board of Trustees of the University of Florida
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Preceded by: St. Johns tribune
Succeeded by: Palm Coast news
Succeeded by: Flagler/Palm Coast news-tribune

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. VOLUME 53, NO. 44 BUNNELL, FLORIDA THUURSDAY, NOV. 4, 1965 $2.50 A YEAR
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,-,. Public Meeting TURKEY AMERICAN SHOOTS LEGION GET New County 'Map REV.SERMON TOM TOPICS PINNER'S Homecoming For ; ;


On Revaluation GOOD START SUNDAYThe Is Ordered ByCommissioners FOR SUNDAYRev. Bunnell High School

first of the four American Thomas Pinner of the I
t. Tonight At Beach November 4 and 5 I
Legion sponsored Turkey Shoots First Baptist Church said his

f The H. L, Yoh Company of was held Sunday afternoon at The Board of County Commissioners sermon topics this Sunday will
i Cocoa Beach, Florida, recently the Airport. Members of the have entered Into a contract be "Being Against Grace"- at the The 1965 Bunnell High School
contracted with the Board of Committee said the Shoot was with Phillips Wine & As. eleven o'clock hour. Homecoming festivities are being .
to County Commissioners to makea very successful with 23 birds be soclates to make up a new map The evening will be the "Final announced by the Junior 1
cowrty wide tax revaluation Ing sold. of Flagler county. Teaching On the Book 'of Revelation Class under whose sponsorshipthe
survey, will begin field work In The next shoot will be at the The map will be drawn on ," All are' invited to at. plans have been completed.Dale .
I the very'near future. Guy Doug. Airport on November 7 from 1 material that will allow small. tend. Abbott, general chairmanfor
", las local supervisor for the firm p. m. to'5 p. m. There will\ also er maps to be reproduced fromit. homecoming, announces thata
I, stated the field survey will get be a shoot on November 14 at and can be made avllable to Pep Rally and bonfire will be
under way within the next two the same hours. the public. The Job will cost Voters ApproveTen held on Thursday evening from
t weeks in the Flagler Beach The fourth and last of the $i&x.E. 8:30 until 9:00 at the athletic
, area and then spreading to other series will be held behind the II. Graft presented a platof Mills For stadium to kickoff the home.
parts of the county at later White Eagle In Korona on November < a subdlvison to be known as coming weekend. Following on .
dates. 21 from 1 to 5 p. m. Bon Terra Estates on North AlA. : Flagler SchoolsFlagler Friday afternoon: at 2:30 p. m.
He expects the survey to take The property Is the old Ed John. will be the homecoming parade I
up to nine months to complete. son property and was known as County voters approveed which will form at the high \
'. Property owners are asked to cooperate Bunnell High School Don Terra. Mr. and Mrs. Graf the proposed 10 mills for the school campus and proceed west
with the employees of are from Atlanta Ga. schools In Tuesday's, millage on Palm St. to Highway 1 whereit
to. the firm who will carry 'a letter Band Fund Gerry Shows who with his election. will turn south to the Intersection .
'. of Identification signed by Don Raising son own Blngs Fish Camp on the Voters also voted for Amendments of Moody Blvd. and terminate .
Moore, the tax assessor of Flag. intracoastal waterway and also No. 1, No. 2 and No. 3, / at the, courthouse Num
Sale Nov.
.. ler County. The field men will Begins 8. the Townsenda Motel l. came before but voted against No.4. the erous floats and decorated cars
request to enter the buildings to Monday November 8th. 1965 the board to ask that some road bonds. are expected for the parade to
gather Information on the inter will mark the beginning of a thing be done to slow down Amendment No.1, for 303: ; be led by the "Biggest Little
lor construction and measure successfully arranged FundRaising large boats not slowing down against, 12.Amendment. Band In Dixie". School clubs and
the exterior dimensions. Campaign for the ben alongside sports fishermen' In No. 2, county organizations planning entries #
General questions will be ask efit of the Bunnell Band Parents the canal. judge'' In Lake county; for 260; In the parade include Senior
ed concerning ages of buildings Association Uniform Fund. The board agreed to have against 119.Amendment. Class, Junior Class, Sophomore "x
remodeling major repairs and DeMet's Inc., Chicago1 Illinois, some large signs put up In the 'No. 3, clerk of Class, Freshman Class Future I'
maintenance. Persons not at Is privlledged to underwrite this canal warning the boats that it criminal record Palm Beach Teachers Club Spanish Club
home at the time of the survey project thru their nationally Is a violation of the law not to county: For 275; against 106. i Library Club Trl-Hl-Y Club Future .
will find a card with the firm's known and famous TURTLES." slow down for smaller craft. Amendment No 4, road bonds: I Farmers organization and
local telephone number and certain The students ;of the Biggest The board also agreed to en For 214; against 315.Congressman. the cheerleaders. ,

i questions regarding the interior Little Band In Dixie are faced ter Into a contract with ,Maurice
construction of the homes. H. Connell A Associates During the pregamo ceremonies
con.
with a terrific prize award pro.
, Billy the Queen and King for
Anyone having difficulty In gram. The members have pledge suiting engineers of Miami to
1965: will be crowned at the
completing the card may call ed their full support. This sale draw up a master plan for the Matthews athletic stadium. The and
Speaker Queen
the office for assistance or re Bunnell Airport.
will be in effect for a two week King will be selected the
' quest an appointment for a period. The final plan will have to be by
" visual of the Interior. For Veterans..Day Bunnell High studtntbody from ,
.. Inspection approved by the Federal Aviation -"
The card 11 JelL"Afidzessed, and Agency This type of plan entrants Marilyn McNab, Betty
SEDUCATION The annual American Legion Lynn Bourne, Elizabeth Allen
may be returHed by dropping It WAR has been adopted by most airport .
Parade and Veterans Day ceremony -
Brenda Tucker, Martin Tucker
in the mall. LAW authorities. It will
permitan will bo held at 2:30: p. m. Fred Harris, Ed Schatz and Stanford .
The firm will hold a public orderly development of the
NOW IN EFFECTA
Thursday Nov. 11th with U. S. Robertson. The crown bear.
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meeting Thursday, ,November 4, property for aviation. \Industrialand
at the town hall in Flagler recent law signed by the other uses Congressman Billy Matthews as era will be David ,Cowart and
Beach. The meeting will beginat President liberalized eligibility the speakerThe Edle Cowart. Crowning the 1965: 'I
" 7:30 p. m. and persons livingIn requirements for War Orphans committee In charge of Queen and King will be the 1904
; # eastern part of the county Educalton Assistance the VA RALPH McREADY arrangements Includes: King and Queen Butch Anderson
are asked to attend. There will I announced today. FUNERAL THIS Floyd Hurl, Post Commander; and Heidi Eisenbach.
! Cora Buckles, Past Commander;
be another meeting at a later Certain orphans whose fathers FRIDAY MORNING Keystone Heights will providethe
.. Raymond Smith, Parade Mar.
served the'so-called
during
date In Bunnell for the
people for the Bunnell"Bulldop"
opposition
shall and John A, Clegg pro.
I of Bunnell and the western partof duction Period" were entitled to Funeral service will be held for the homecoming
the county. educational assistance only if Friday morning for Ralph Mc.Ready gram chairman.The II
football The Bunnell
The meetings will consist of the veteran's total disability or Flagler Beach, who died final program and parade game.
High School band promises an ,
will be announced next
! a short talk on the purpose of death was directly due to the In the Orange Memorial Hospital route entertaining halftime show for I
the program and the procedures performance of active duty.C. In Orlando Monday morn. week. all who are In attendance.
to be used In conducting the W. Henry, Manager, of the Ing following a long Illness.
.survey. There will be representatives VA In Florida reported that this Services will be held from the Episcopal Bishop Following the game, the Jun.
1 on hand to answer any requirement has now been elim St. Thomas Episcopal: Church at for class .U sponsoring a Home
questions that may be asked regarding inated. All that is now required 10 a. m. Rev. Robert Stuart Visits St. Thomas I coming dance at the Civic Cen*
the program. The firm Is that total disability or deathbe pastor will officiate. Interment I ten honoring the daises of 1915:
Invites all property owners to In "Line of Duty" Henry add. will be In Espanola Cemetery.Mr. Church TuesdayA and 1946. Members of the classof
attend and to become familiar ed.VA McReady was a native of 1945 Include Danny Johnston
with the program. Is unable to Identify orphans Arlington, Virginia, and had resided special meeting has been Danny Rodgers Frank Clegg.Wllda .
J who may now be eligible In Flagler Beach for the called for 7:30: p. m. Tuesday Hargett. Ruth Mlkulka
under this new law. Henry urged past five years. He was a retired November 9th at St. Thomas' Inez Hudson, Robert Dunson and f
Social persons who believe they may offset printer with the National Episcopal Church. At this time, Lamar Mercer Members of the I
Security now be entitled to orphans' educational Aeronautics and Space Admin. The Rt. Rev. Hamilton West class of 1946 are: Kenneth Hoffman .
assistance to contact istration. D. D, Bishop of the Protestant Herachel King, Barton I
I Manager To Speak the VA. Survivors include his wife, Episcopal Church of the Diocese Asa Daisy Moody,. Margaret I

Guest speaker at the Nov. 9 "We are concerned that all or- Marie, Flagler Beach; a daughter of Florida wit discuss with the Weeks, Helen Watson, Marie
meeting of the Flagler Senior phans who are entitled to this Mrs. Phyllis Harris Boston congregation past and future Muzyka, France Wetherlngton
Citizens Club will be M. D. assistance actually get It. Henry Mass; a sister, Mrs. Helen Hill policies concerning the church. and Kay Trad. Tickets will be :
Eadies, district manager of the concluded. vary, Fairfax, Va; a brother, Ed. The Stewardship Committeewill available at the fate for these
' Social Security Administration ward. Arlington Va; and four submit a proposed budget two. class. members.
office In Daytona Beach. CORRECTION grand children. for the coming year.
Eadie will discuss the Social In the death notice of Paul Pallbearers will be Jimmy L. Teaching the Junior group for The Junior Class Invite all
Security Amendments of 190 Vogel carried In last week's Fields, Bill Hanna Kenny the next 6 weeks will be Mrs. former students of Bunnell High
t which provide for hospital and Issue we stated "He came to the Townsend Floyd Collins Floyd Inez Manuel.' Church school begins to be present at the bonfire, pep
'a medical Insurance for persons United States In 1961 and became CkwaeU and John Taylor. at 10:30: a. m. and morning rally, parade and the game.
I over 63. There will be a question a citizen In 1967. This was The remains will rest at the worship service at 11:15 a, m.
and answer.period a typographical error It should Craig Chapel, 201 East Moody Mr Robert Stuart, mlnlstrr-ln
, Ing the general fonow'l have read he came to the United Blvd. from 12 O'clock Thursday charge, was guest preacher In WOMAN'S CLUB
The meeting will States In 1904 and became a until the funeral hour. The family Interlachtn and Welaka last WILL SPONSOR

a potluck supper at 6:00: p. m. citizen in 1907. We are sorry for greatfully decline flowers. Sunday RUMMAGE SALE ;i ii
Members are asked to bring a this erns. Contributions may be made to
covered' dish and table service. the Cancer' Society In his mem. FIRST METHODIST i The Flagler Woman's Club
Coffee is furnished. The dub A queen triggerfish Is equipped ory, I SERVICES SUNDAY i wtl sponsor a Rummage Sale on
meets' In Community Hall of the with 14 teeth and tough Craig Funeral Home of Bun I Rev, W. E Chellgren. pastor of :Saturday, November 6 at the
Municipal Building. Flagler skin. Approaching a long spin nell Is In charge of arrange I the First Methodist, said his Bunnell Civic Center grounds. tf!,
Beach. ed sea urchin the queen triggerfish menu. sermon topic for the eleven nips off the spines,. expos clock worship service Sunday m. and run to four p. m. Mem*
Cairo is named after the Ing the fleshy interior of the ur Gambia Is the 28th African wil be "Our Sweetest Privilege. I ben in charge said the proceeds .
planet Mars, -El Qahlra In chin. Both specimens are exhibited nation to achieve Independencesince Sunday school will be at 9:43 will go to the building f
Arabic at Marineland of Florida. 1957. a. m. :fund of the Club. '



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llE FLAGLEB TRIBUNE BUNNELL, FLORIDA Thursday, Nov. 4 1965

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Considerations doi/uas/ s\m\ isdnbdi o) path I be of great concern to the student -' Two UF Scientists f Subscribe to The F-ogler Tribune

| sj juapnjs' XuySSSBD 3uj I the school, and the par I' s2.so .A TEAR

Guidance n?} time when he i.. aot attend. not have the slightest idea I
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an academic class, or if he what they will do after-gradua I I
Bunnell High be excused by, the teacher,. tion to earn a living. Others Charles F. Eno, chairman I I MILLER

an academic class to come I know, but do not know just what of the Soils Department at the. ELECTRONICS
,By Averley Brown the guidance office. I I they must do to get a Job that University of Florida was elected
Guidance Counselor would fullfil their hopes and president of the Soil and 1744 Ocean Shore Blvd.
All students need counseling (
in meeting problems faced dreams-one which would per. Crop Science Society during Its ; REPAIRS ON TV'S
The guidance
program Jacksonville
in
mlt them to earn'a good living annual meeting I
I situations of school
of the most important many
for their families and in which last week. ; WASHERSDRYERS
school system, such as: how to study more
any
Dr. Gordon B. Killlnger, agronomist ,I
they could be happy. This
how to select and phaseof
Everyone should ;
4small. with the Florida Agricultural ;
the guidance will
C"pfirt In It. Everyone for college; how topre- program I
Stations was
Call Collect 672-0377
also be discussed In de. Experiment
its success or failure. The oneself for a Job if not go. great elected vice I.
,,>:States Office of to college, or in case of col tail in a later article. 125 president.Some scientists attendedthe I ALL WORK GUARANTEED

various' state governments does not materialize (as More and more guidance and meeting highlighted by two
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'"the school and college for many college hope. and counseling will have to be discussions one on mlcronutrlents _,.
fl U.'ing;agencies recognize this ); what kind of job to seek, made available !to high school in plants, animals and VY '"
others. These indi students (and others) to meet !
tlngr much emphasis on many the soil, and the other on muta- Community
of guidance when a school areas of counseling and the requirements of the complexities tion genetics In which the muta-
:tem' is:>being evaluated will be presented as that the changing genic process was described and Memorial ChurchIat.r.d.a.laaU..al
creditations as possible in later articles. world has woven around 'us. related to changes In certain
The guidance program should Unless this challenge is met, ,
characteristics. More than
plant AID CONDITIONED
The program at Bunnell about'B closely tied to periodic evalu unless young people are better
50 papers were presented. AT..
School is rather Dayton
that the student ,
? so can and better prepared, we all
Scientists heard Dr. Nyle C.
for a school its size and a look at himself, so to know the consequences. This of FLAGLER BEACH
the
director
Agricul
Brady,
a great deal to.offer in and determine what steps writer Is convinced that many tural Experiment Stations, Cornell Sunday School 10:00 A.M.

cational guidance and should take to do better young people have "missed the University, predict that a Church Service 11:00 A.M.
counseling. The scope work or sometimes to :'boat", because they forgot or did
bright future is ahead for thoseIn R.v.. DICKSRT, PutorIIIVERYO.S
program Includes Bunnell himself." Teachers use not ''take time to ask someone
basic and applied researchin WELCOME
Flagler Elementary different standardized tests about '
a scholarship or promising
I the soils and plant sciences. ,
pecially in regard to other materials offered to occupation, or someone for LL
ized testing. Carver High their methods of to tell
own got them about .a great I ---------
has guidance counselor and adjust their pro opportunity. Many miss the
year and assistance to meet the needs of great chance of a lifetime-It

given whenever requested. students as evidenced by rarely .presents itself a second
BROWN & BROWN INC.
standardized testing I test results. Many of the time. ,

will be explained' in, detail leave the area after Standardized tests which are

week. I I ; and must adjust to currently, given in Flagler coun INSURANCEOUR I
Counseling services are highly competitive society ty schools will be the topic for
vided for students in. which they find" themselves discussion In the next article.If .
seven through 'tWelve Therefore, a means to anyone should have questions PHONE NUMBER IS
the elementary students for a well.rounded, concerning any area of the

requested by a teacher or meaningful life must guidance' program here, we 4373394T
The students for the most achieved. should be glad to answer them,
request counseling on their The choice a young person if we can.
Initiative. Referrals from to make as to what occu I
era and others account for he shall choose should -
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" :.. ; Thursday, Nov. 4, 1965 THE_FLAGLER TRIBUNE, BUNNELL, FLORIDA PAGE THREE
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1 next to the last
[yard line. On
! tJPOR7YFather I play of the game, end Jim Jennings .
got loose on a '69 yard WE GIVE METTSSUPER :: Quantity Right

NOTES pass play from QuarterbackLarry Reserved
Balewskl making the final
score 26.0 In favor of Father Lo TOP *** /

Lopez pez. Prices Good

Raps Bunnell High mistakes Other' than made the by four the Bunnell or five I VALUE MARKET Thurs., Fri., Sat.,
and Monday
football team, the Father Lopez STAMPS
Bulldogs 260Two "Green Wave" was kept In.I. TELEPHONE 437-3201 Nov. 4, 5, 6, and 8

check., On repeated occasions
fumbles, a bad kick and during the course of ,the game
some mental errors on pass defense the Bunnell defense broke OUR BEEF IS U. S. D. A. CHOICE GRADED. WE CUT ANY 'SPECIAL'CUT

gave Father Lopez a 26.0 through the Father Lopez line YOU DESIRE. DANNY WARENSFORD, Market Manager.

victory over our Injury riddled to throw the Lopez backs for FLORIDA GRADE "A"
and under manned Bunnell several big losses.
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High" School football team last Bunnell will play Keystone Whole ?
Saturday night. Bunnel only Heights in their annual homecoming FRYERS 27
dressed out a 14 man squad for game Friday night here Lk.
the game. During the course of In Bunnell. This is also the last
the game one more player Injured home game this season. Limit ((3) Please

players an to ankle finish, thus the leaving game. 13 It Bunnell Is hoped players some of will the be Injured back Family Pkg. Cut-up Fryers, 5 Lb. Bag $1.79

The two teams'played to a In the lineup for Fridays Home .
scoreless tie the first quarter. coming game. Lean Center CutPORK
However, In the second quarter The coaching staff feels the
.-. Father Lopez scored two touch. team has a good chance to win ':
downs. A fumble set up the this one If we can heal the sick CHOPS lb. 79
first score. Mike Carey took a and Injured before Friday night. .
28 yard pass from QuarterbackLarry The Bunnell "B" team and
Balewskl for the first Hastings "B" football team played Lean Juicy
score. As a result of another I to a 6.6 tie last Monday
fumble, Quarterback Larry Ba night in Hastings. *
lewskl hit end Danny Nolan on All Meat SteM lb. 69
a 9 yard pass for the second I Bunnell Father Lopez
score. The third quarter was a 7 First Downs 8
scoreless quarter tor both teams. 67 Rushing Yardage 45
However, In the fourth quarter, 8 Passing Yardage 205 ,
Father Lopez scored two other 1-3 Passes Att.-Com. 12-24 .1%.2 Lb. BAR.B.Q Lean Meaty (First Cut)

times. On a punt, the Bunnell 0 Passes Intercepted by 1 PORK
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and Father Lopez recovered on 6.36 Punting 5.31
the 7 yard line. Fullback Jim 5 Penalties 35

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.. SEWING MACHINE 1965: Model FOR SALE Flagler' Beach tot SPARE RIBS 59NECK BONES 6 Lb.. T
clearance sale. We have 7 1965 SO'xlSO' on Daytona Ave. north
round bobbin sewing machinesleft. between 7th and 8th Sts. 850.:
These machines are completely Phone 4392213. 1021.3tp
guaranteed. Equipped to
FULLER BRUSH SALES or SER Chuck Pork
zigzag, makes buttonholes, etc. .

older$25 Is machine total price.for part Will payment.accept j I I VICE.Beach. If Call order 252-4583 is $, .OO Daytona or more STEAK 59RID' TIPS 5TPET

Call Orlando 425-3577 collect we will refund coat of telephone ,
call. Oct 21-TF
11.4Jan 6-lOtc
FOR SALE Alma's Second Hand
FOR SALE. LEASE. OR RENT-
I Furniture A Clothing Store. Well
2-bedroom Florida room and stocked. Write or call Mrs Elaine GIANT SIZE SOLID Folr.r' or

carport beach house unfurnlsh Rogers 8109 Idaho St. Jackson M.xweUlfouH
ed. Hurricane fence encloses vine, phone 384-1977. 10.28.2tp RINSO I
back yard. Call 437-3472. 11.4-tf OLEO f
LADIES PART TIME SALES COFFEE 'r
FOR SALE- 19CO Star Sapphire work available as a Fullerette BLUE
trailer home SS'x1O'-two bed< selling Fuller Brush products.
rooms. Call Howard Allen 43734G6. < Should have car and at least 15 Giant %'-'i.
11-4-ltp hours a week free. Average $2 Box 39- Pkg. 9'i 47-
to $3 per hour. Call Daytona
Kohler A Campbell .
SALE-
FOR
Beach 252-4583 or write H. Sll
baby grand piano, good condi Oct. 21 TF Limit 1 with purchase of Limit 1 with purchase of Um 1 with purchase of ,
tion. Call 4373740. 11.4-ltp $5.00 or more food order $5.oo.or more food order $5.00 or more food order
HOUSE FOR RENT on AlA and
Applications taken for cooks 9th St. Flagler Beach. ),In. Bob
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and cook's helpers. Apply Noland. Seville, Florida. Phone

Coffee person.Shop.Bunnell Restaurant 11-4-ltc and 7492309. 9.23-tt 'CANNED MILK tJmJt 7, Please 7 for 79*

FOR RENT-1 bedroom duplex
FOR SALE-3 bedroom, 2t/ furnished apartment Couple or

bath, double garage, central single person, reasonable rent. Royal Pink (Lb. Can)
heating, fire place, large Florida Phone 437-3301 9-23tf FRESH PRODUCE -
room, situated on 160x110 water. 05
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front lot. Call 439-2203. Flagler FURNISHED APARTMENT for Fresh Green SALMON
Beach. 11.4-(1 rentPhone Harris Appliances,
,437-3367 9-23-tf CABBAGE 5- Sunlit.( 303 Can)
WANTED waitress at the i ii bC.ns -
Bunnell Restaurant and Coffee1 i COZ's UPHOLSTERY Bunnell. TOMATOES 66PEAS
Shop. Apply In person. 11.4-lte Fla Hwry. 11, will pick up and
deliver all furniture free. For Fresh (Crowder) Ev.rfresh (20 Ox.)
FLAGLER BEACH AUCTION sample material and prices on
Every Thursday night 7 o'clock labor call 4373673. 7-1-U 2-25"
and every Sunday afternoon, BREAD 41A.... 85-
130. Lots of new merchandise. SEPTIC TANK cleaning: drain ,
Nov 4-ltp. fields Installed; snail shell Rea Foremost (Jugs)
enable prices. Call George Ja FROZEN FOODS DAIRY
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SINGER electric' sewing machine roz. ID 7-3410 84.tfJGHNSTON'3 i

In console cabinet like new. ,, >Xll>X"1 Xi> < FroJoy tGal.. .

attachments Sews forward for and making reverse.button.All ICE MILK Gil. 49 MILKGET Jug 49-

hole, zlg-zagging and fancy rLACUER BEACH REALTY CO. Plus Bottle Deposit
TATS HOMES OCEAN FRONT,
stitch designs. Fully guaranteed.Can .
be seen In your area Make WATER FRONT FARMS FREE TOP VALUE STAMPS
ACREAGE
eight monthly payments of H91 100 with purchase of $5.00 meat or
lee tw for year root ectate ootdj
or will discount for cash. Write: der. Compliments of Danny Warentford j
Office Phone HE 9-3343
Credit Manager, 122 & Gear' Meat Department Manager.Calpoo .
Residence Phone ID 7-3601 acquainted with market
our new .. ..
Moad If. INS
water Road Largo, Florida. good Uu"91a y.
or ID 7-3617 manager, Danny Wareiuford.
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S & H GREEN FLAR EESTM FOOD STORE 50 EXTRA RK 50

STAMPS .."..". .I.,. '.. ..,W. .. S&H Green- Stamps

The,World's Most Val- With this coupon and
uable and Most Popu- = .. : your purchase of One
H 3 Lb. Pkg. Ground
lar Trade Stamps.' PRICES GOOD QUANTITY RIGHTS $ Beef $1.39
Do Your ChristmasShopping THURSDAY-FRIDAY-SATURDAY RESERVED
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NOVEMBER 4, 5, 6, 1965' CLOSED SUNDAYS Coupon Expires
with them., Saturday, Nov 6, 1965
Store Hours Monday thru. Thursday, 8 a. m.-6 p.m.-Fri. &Sat.8 a.m-7 p. m.


MEAT 'MARKET UNDER NEW MANAGEMENT .


INTRODUCING MR. FLOYD MARTIN, WITH 20 YEARS EXPERIENCE. OUR FRIENDLY MR. MARTIN.

:. WILL CONTINUE HANDLING .ONLY CHOICE GRADE BEEF AND BE HAPPY TO CUT IT I AS YOU

LIKE, IT. '
I

1 LET'S GET ACQUAINTED/ 'SALE WE STRIVE T0 PLEASE I


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U. S. CHOICE GRADE FLAVOR AGED THRIFTWAY LEAN AND TASTY
CHUCK SLICED


ROAST Ib. 49' BACON Ib. 65' ,


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U. S. CHOICE GRADE FLAVOR AGED WESTERN CORN FED
ROUND BONE CENTER CUTPork


I ROAST Ib. 59'': Chops Ib., 79

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U. S. CHOICE GRADE FLAVOR AGED FLOYD'S (Our Own) COUNTRY STYLE y
FAMILY STYLE CHUCK LEAN-FRESH,MADE PURE PORK
i

STEAK Ib. 59 Sausage lb. 59(




EVERY SALE GUARANTEED OR YOUR, MONEY CHEERFULLY REFUNDED

of'

Fresh Produce Frozen Foods Canned Goods .

SCHOOLBOY JONATHON 20 OZ. WINTER GARDEN 303 STOKELYS GOLDEN CREAM STYLE ,
4 Lb. APPLEPEACHCHERRY WHOLE KERNEL

i' FANCY APPLES JUICY Bag 29 PIES 3 For T 1 CORN 6 For $1 00 ,

Limit 3 Please
300 VAN CAMP'S
LEMONS Do. 296 OZ. SEALDSWEET ORANGE PORK &

YELLOW COOKING BULK JUICE 6 For $100 BEANS 6 For 79-

ONIONS' 3- 19'' KRAFT'S VELVEETA
/ SIZE CAN CHICKEN OF THE SEA
2 Ut.
FRESH GREENCABBAGE CHEESE Loaf 89' TUNA

3 For $100
5 8 OZ. SHURFRESH '
4 OZ.LYKE'S VIENNASAUSAGE
BISCUITS -29'
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U. S. NO. 1 WHITEPOTATOES
Limit 4 Please 5 For $100

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RINSO BLUE v
ARMOUR'S
S ''Q' SHORTENING

RINSO VEGETOLE '

10 Lb.

Bag 19'' GIANT BOX ,35 0 3ea': 49' _

Limit 1 with $5.00 or more food order 'Limit 1 with
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&H GREEN STAMPS S&H GREEN STAMPS S&H GREEN STAMPS S&H GREEN STAMPS S&H GREEN
STAMPSWith
With this coupon and your With'this coupon and your With this coupon and your With this coupon and your
purchase of Three' (3) purchase of (3) Fryers, purchase of One 24 ox. purchase: of One 10 Ox. this coupon and your
Lbs of Nuts in the Shell Cutup or Whole Can Faultleu Twin Pack Ever Fresh Purchase of 2 Roll. No-
SPRAY STARCH 69c POTATO CHIPS 59c Bugs M'Lady Shelf Paper
Coupon ExpiresSaturday Coupon Expires Coupon ExpiresSaturday Coupon
Expires
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TURKEY NECKS 4 Ibs. $1 ', j

OX TAILS 4tf ,

;, LOCeA LS .1 PIGTAILS 4 Ibs. $1 1

RIB TIPS 5 lb. $t

WSCS MEETS AT ESPANOLA CLUB HOG MAWS $1
5
METHODISTWEDNESDAY II MEETS WITH lb..
FIRST I
MORNINGThe I MRS. EMERY NECK BONES 5 lb. $1
Club
The Espanola Neighbors
Woman's Society of ChristIan I
Service of the First Meth I held their meeting at the home
Mrs. Mable Emery Thursday
Wednesday{lof
odlst Church met (
I
morning for their program President and morning.Following the meeting a sweet U. S. D. A. CHOICE BEEF SALE ,:
business meeting. course was served to the thirteen
Maxine Buckles presided., sisterin members and guests pres. RONE '
Mrs. Frances Bozeman "RUMP ROAST lb.79c
ent.
law of Mrs. Frances Fryman ROLLED
of Bunnell, was guest speaker.Mrs. .
Bozeman and her husbandare Mrs. Laura Fryer has returnedto
missionaries in New Guinea her home after receiving. ROUND STEAK ( :tf lb. 89
and are at home on a furlought treatment at the Bunnell General
Mrs. Bozeman gave a most in Hospital several days. Her ,
inspiring talk on Lucille Hatton of
and
teresting daughter/Mrs.
her call to the foreign missionsand Hazelhurst, Georgia, is spending ALL MEAT STEW Iba 69
related many of her experiences several days here with her. :
in New Guinea.
Mrs. Edyth Robertson and Mrs. Lucille Walker is a patient in
Marjorie Robertson were hostesses the Bunnell General Hospital
for the meeting. There where the. underwent surgery. Lean Western CENTER CUT Valleydal SLICED BREAKFAST

were guests twenty present.members and three Guests of Mr. and Mrs. Peter PORK CHOPS 69 BACON (NOI I Ib.LIMIT) 69''

Dashoff are Mr and Mrs. Michael
Miles Moody is employed with Craig of Detroit, Michigan.
the' Florida Bank and Trust Fresh Florida Grade "A" D & D ((2-2% lb. Avg.) (CUT TO ORDER)

Company in Daytona Beach. Mr. and Mrs. Tom Diamond
Miles recently graduated from have returned to their home here
the Jones Business College In after a visit in Detroit with their lb. 29
Jacksonville. He also attended son in law and daughter, Mr. j jOur

two Daytona years.Beach Junior College and Mrs. Cramer.

Mrs. Lilly Buchanan of Palate / Value 300 Can I
Raymond Smith is in Bay ka visited here during the past
Pines to attend the Mid-Winter weekend with her brother in PORK & BEANS Ea, 100 OUR VALUE
Service Officers School there. He law and sister, Mr. and Mrs. J.
will be there Wednesday through D. Barber.. SHORTENINGTOMATOES
Saturday. Our Value 303 Can
Mrs. Louise Taylor is a medical For 'I00
8
Walter Knight is u patient In patient in the Flagler Hospital 3 ft 380
the St. Vincent Hospital for medical in St. Augustine. I
treatment. I Red & White YELLOW CLING Limit 1 with $5.00 or more food order 1

Joy Sisco tame down from: Tommy Mlsslnne has'returncd PEACHES 3 "c.L* $1? J

Jacksonville during the weekendfor I to Camp after spending a furlough .
a "trick or treat" visit with with his parents Mr.,and Red & White Qt. Jar DAIRY SPECIAL _
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his mother Mrs. C. A. Ridden Mrs. Chuck Masslnne of Flag. Ea.
and Mr. Riddell. His treat wasa ler Beach. He is soon transfer. MAYONNAISE 4ge
truck load of wood for her fire
ing to San Francisco where he 1 lb. Solid.
place. will be stationed.DOUGLAS s

Mrs. Daisy Walker Is a patientIn MAXWELL HOUSE OLEO 2 "". Zge

the Bunnell General Hospital COFFEE'O
ESTES "
where she is being treated following
a stroke. AT GREAT LAKES I

have Mr.returned and Mrs.home(Red from) Powell a sixWHk' TRAINING CENTER i iI I 1 Tn! 490 -. FROZEN FOODS -
Seaman Apprentice Douglas I
vacation and hunting I
trip in British Columbia, Cana. M.t Estes, son of Mrs. Bessie A.' Limit 1 with $5.00 or more food order Minute Maid 0 os. Can
.
Fates of Flagler Beach, Florida,
da, and Idaho. the Naval Fire Con. For $<*00
Is attending : ORANGE JUICE 5
Hollls Deny has returned home rol Technician School at the' FRESH PRODUCE _
Center, Bain'
Naval Training
, after a two month's visit In bridge Md.Students. U. S. No. 1TOMATOES
Wadsworth. Ill., with his broth '
er In law and sister, Mr. and study basic electric lb. 230 Red & WhiteDETERGENT
electronics and tire
II Mrs. Frank Kasier. lie also vis ity, control
mechanisms. The
equipment x
lied other relatives and friends
while there. school perpares students for
work in the Navy's fire control c: imAGE ""
Mrs. Ettie Hunter has return. technician rating, which Is the 50Georgia GIANT ..79r'ECANS
ed home after a visit in Jackson art and science of the control of SIZE .
vllle with her sister Mrs. Ethel missiles, torpedoes and gun No.1
flre. lb. Limit 1 with $5.00 or more food order
Stone. 390

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NOTICENotice SFt 50 I I 100 I I Mt&l I I Iwith


is hereby given that a municipal election coupon & purchase with coupon & p lurchatoof ?with coupon A purchase V
will be held in the City of Bunnell, Florida, on (of (2)) 12 oz. Jar R & W 1 Giant Size Johnton'. of (1) 100 Count Pkf.I <(
Tuesday, the 7th day of December, A: D. 1965, PEANUT BUTTER KLEER FOOR WAX < R I A W PAPER PLATES <
of determining whether the electorate Coupon Void After Coupon Void After \ Coupon Void AfterMonday
for the favor purpose the installation of a water treatment Monday, Nov. 8, 1965 Monday, Nov. 8, 1965 Nov 8, 1965FOOD

plant which would necessitate a slight increase in
water rates and will be further explained in later
b
news articles.

Notice is further given that the registration booksof

the City of Bunnell are now open and will re- STORE
registration of voters to and RODGERS
main open for the ] (/
'. including the tat day, until -. :30 P. M.. of December ill

; A. D. 1965. "Mil

SMrs. Nancy Rodgers, in
| / : ""Him mil"- Phon 437-3227
't City Clerk OPEN SUNDAYS US. No. 1 BUNNELL
8:00 a-m--ItOO pjn.
Quantity Right Reserved PRICES GOOD NOVEMBER, 5, 6, 7, 8, 1965I



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PAGE SIX THE FLAGLER TRIBUNE, BUNNELL, FLORIDA Thursday, Nov. 4, 1965
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Storing small amounts of pesticides for newly planted trees to mature '
ed products Service's Division
61o41'cdaDy of Timber
lJ aersl, sq in in a spare baking powder The trees are then cut, The grant was awarded under I I

can or a box for powdered milk pulped and the cellulose cell public law 85.934 from the Management Research.
H Sharpe)
( rrey to the walls used to make various
Is trip
inviting a one-way pa. -- -- -
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catching rattlesnakes and scuba hospital. per products. .
,
diving can be dangerous. Never store pesticides near He says there's a possibility .R.
Experts say that each hobbyIs foods of any kind. For: safety'ssake that enzymes which trigger pro. 24 HourWrecker .

safe-If you know the tricksof keep food In the kitchen ductlon of the cellulose walls In I Service

the trade. However, It would cabinets and chemical in a locked the tree may be extracted dur f

seem safer to pick up a plant cabinet out in the tool shed ing the pulping process and
by the nape of Its neck than a Tool then reused to form additionalcellulose I Flagler Truck & Tractor CO.

squirming reptile. You are in tor a shocking experience outside the living j
Also, the aches received from electric tree. MASSEY-FERGUSON
if use
you
stooping to transplant' are less II Grove Farm Industrial Equipment
hedge clippers or a lawn mower Such synthetic production
harmful than bends caused by '
with a frayed power cord. So would be a major breakthroughIn VIRGIL DECKER Phone ID 7-3242
underwater swimming.The cords before meeting the world's increasing
check all power
worst danger for garden. plugging them in this spring.A demands for cellulose. bas- Owner Bunnell, Florida ?
the label .
ers Is not following have
cord
summer-weary may
when applying pesticides. Usinga
developed an old-age crack In
pesticide properly is no more COAT/ "'" rsuat
OLD
its insulation that will cause an MI.CY.VOO / AAOIIY 1 0.MMtR
dangerous than driving an auto. MOW DO VA UKC TNIOl1L.YfR01 NAO AAOLLY.NAi 5NL QCrr R AAAN,
100.
bIYTZ OVT
electric current to shock you into SWCCT UTTir I IflCKU A aVIN.MeR L 11A' r MR, sNL'! DON LLO 1T;
But, remember, carelessnesswith UP FOA K +1 10.LISN il 1JR[?
I doing a fast stepping Charleston
a chemical ,or a car can .
in one quick lesson.'
cause death.
Tools can cause an accident.
Even though you read the directions MOTORS -r
Stepping on a hoe can sauce the
last week, pause againto handle to fly up with, such forceas ..
review the instructions on the
to plant a goose-egg size
label. Then take to heed
care .
bump on your noggin plus shattering 1Leaf
all directions, cautions and
your glasses.
warnings.And When rakes are left, on the
if the directions r
even ground, be sure that teeth are
don't say to, play it safe by
down. A false step on a rake S
wearing gloves, sleeves rolled with teeth up could well send '
down and collar buttoned. WearIng miners?
you limping to a first aid sta.
shorts is taboo when ,
apply. tion. Or a rake left In the drive
ing chemicals in the garden. ,
way could cost you several In.
;I If you should spill some,pesti I
stallment payments on an auto
cide material on yourself, re

move the contaminated clothing I tire.When working in the garden, A ,

and wash with soap and water. guard against cuts and infec :,, r" -
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Even if you don't spill the pesticide
tions. Protect all cuts with prop. .
always wash hands .
your
er antiseptic coverings. Removeal i .
and face after session with r
: a a .
forengn matter, such as glass,
spray can. metal and wire from your flow.

: If ,you should' feel sick after er bed: I t r .l '. ,

I applying a pesticide, contact Use gloves if your skin is tender I ,..
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the family doctor. In such
an t .
or susceptible to rash. Also,
, emergency' be sure to take the :1. '
wear sturdy shoes and appropriate
'
t pesticide container or the label garments for protection ',.
t I: to the hospital with you.
while working thorny plants like
If there is only a "dab" of the roses.If ,
; chemical left over, don't removeIt J
all these don'ts are discouraging

., from its original container. don't give up gardeningfor II

"..... -.;,;; ." -...... sky.diving. Remember, you 1

PETERSON TEXACO can make many ,mistakes and : 1 1j

SERVICE be a successful gardener, but if

I. ROAD SERVICE you you've forget had to it!pull the rip cord- '

Light Mechanical Work j

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Phone 437.3441 BunatU I

, .. AT Tt Basic Research .

IN TIIM COUNTY JUDGKHl counT

t.... IN.AND. FLORIDA FOIl KL.AOL.Klt IX 1MIOIIATK.COUNTV. > Grant Awarded,
,'" CALM NO. 108
I IN RI .1
School Of
Estate Deceased of LEU A. OSTEEN ForestryA -

NOTICETO backed bya
ALL PERSONS HAVINO ANY three-year study-
CLAIMS Oil DEMANDS: AOAIN8T $97,999 grant from the U. S.
THE ESTATE OK LICE A. OSTEEN,
Dtceaied Forest ServIce-will attempt to
You and each of you are hereby I f find out how cellulose is form.
notified that an Order Declaring
Administration of the Estate of ed, and to develop methods for
LEE A. OSTEEN. Deceased a* Unnecessary .
has been entered by the I synthetically producing It "out
Honorable T K. McKNIOHT. Judge side" the tree.
County Judge's Court, Flag.
frt .
County Florida I The announcement was made
Kindly govern yourself accord. this J. R. Becken-
t Inirly. week by Dr. FIGHT RACK
fc'lrst Publication 10-SS-85 bach, director of the Florida
18T.. K. McKNIOHT.
,' : ("ounty "" udge. Agricultural Experiment Station
. Oct. !S A Nov. tl1.UUoI
and John Gray, director of

the University of Florida Schoolof

i O. F. ALT,ORD Forestry.
.. Registered Dr. R. G. Stanley, Stations for.

t' I est physiologist and principal
Real Estate Broker
investlgatod for the project, saysIt

Bunntll Florida currently takes 20 to'50 years WITH.ORTHOL

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BUDDY KNOX 66 SERVICE CENTER

t" DIBROM penetrates the leaf to kill leaf miner larvae-cc trots adults too!
On AlA & N. 4th St., Flagler Beach

Minutes after you spray with DIBROM 8 Ernubrre leaf miners will be dead or
.
Phone 439.9221
tt" dying..even larvae that hare wormed their way into plant tissue.This same


r\ l..! DIBROM schedule will also clean up worms, aphids and a host of other inse b.

Because of its short residual life DIBROM Emulsrre is less harmful to beneficial

24 HOUR HEAVY DUTY WRECKER SERVICE
f 1 .. insects. It's safer than most organic phosphates.It .

miles readily with water, and is compatible with most

r insecticides and fungicides. So if you grow tomatoes,

CRAIG 'FUNERAL HOME'A. 1
\ watermelons, peppers, cucumbers, summer squash or

H. CRAIG. Funeral Director ORTHO celery (it's registered for use on 35 crops) fight back


k'. Am ROBERT WORLEY. Associate OXYGEN D I B R 0 M against leaf miners this year with ORTHO DIBROM.


:I, '. ONDFTIONEDCHAPEL I ATTENDANT LADY I AMBULANCES EQUIPPED 7/r/pm the World Crow Better"

CHEVRON CHEMICAL CONPANY.Wrr0 MVWOMr
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Phone ID 73532

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Marion 93,700 cords; St. Johns Subscrlbo for The Flagler Tribune finis. If' alive' and It dead all "

7 &i'Ta I 92,700 cords; Santa Rosa 89,500 I2..S3 Ii Tear In AdTonco Dirties through, under claiming or against Interest RAYc by-, S -

lIeu/fer cords? Dixie 81,000 cords; Coumbia WILtON MONI> WILSON and ESTHER

I 76,700 cords; Putnam MARGARET ALDER WILBUR

75,400 cords; Volusla 73,900 and ALLBN! a WILUUR. her bus-
I HASTINGS MATTRESS b and. 14 Ureenacre* Avenue Scarsdale. -
The MYF meets each Sunday cords; Clay 73,800 cords; Baker N. Yt alive and It dead,
WOMAN'ScLUB I & UPHOLSTRY WORKS ) all parties
claiming Interest .b y.
NEWS levening at 6:30 p. m. They are 73,600 cords; Alachua 73,100 through, under or against lt11AK1CT "
cords Madison 72,500 cords; Du- 710-12 Lemon St. ALrblt WIWlUIt Jr.A -
selling tooth brushes to help buy ;
LIiN
Club I Florida WIL8UR.. '. ,,,
Woman's Palatka.
The Flagler "
Altar accessories for the new val 68,600 cords; Hamilton 66,600 THOMAS WALDEn and' iu'nA-

will have a business meeting church. to cords; Escambla 66,400 cords; Phone EA 5-9166 VILNA ALDICII hls wife 'U .
Anyone wishing buya cola
Wednesday, November 10 at 2 set of three please call 439- Bradford 64,100 cords and Flag j FUznitu \ Upholstering If alive Avenue and If Wlnnetoka.dead, all )parties Ilfnolr.
Rapoirea & Refinished claiming
m. President Emily Gage urges Interest by. th
p. 2175. 'ler 62,000 cords. Mattresses &, Box Springs der or against THOMAft W.VALDBR

a goodattendance. Mod .c Order.Also Renovated and 8A1UVKNX "AU>KK..av% .
The MYF and the Church 'l'OTICR OK FOIt ('L.t'nN IIA'..: I CHRISIAN
To be voted on will be the recently ..' COl'HT SCIKNCK, DKNEVOv
CIIHTIT
HV Call Laura Morris ENT ASSOOlATJONr' -
School wish to thank all who OTICSKIS 437.3233P a aseaehu--
revised by laws and also HKHKBY GIVEN Corporation. '181. ,
Alter 6:00 P. M.
contributed to the UNICEF drive. that th un4 nlenecl. E. A. SmIthe.'Clerk Street Boston 11. Vassachus. .t t?
the amount of contributionssent
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on collected of the Circuit Coon of 10 I.CIn PRICES REASONABLE. : >
$95.00.
They Florida, will on the and all I unknown '
for the State Federation County. BUDGET PLAN IF NEEDED. JJ
holders t.rtJil
durIng > and '
tlrd day of November ISIt. "t
projects. the legal hours of isle. at the Just as Dear as your known heir.. legatee.ftv<)ertiee* Sand
Mr. and Mrs. Reynold L. main door of the Court rouse of Phone or Post Office legal represent./''' p/ '
, Program chairman. Mrs. Jasper Hoover and son Renny arrived riagler County, Florida, In the Drop Us A Card or Call persons living or d.a". hVr&V sir
White plans a short "fun" I Florida, for claiming to have { t. title.. '
and outcry
last Thursday from Winsor, sale eell at public to Free Pick-up & Delivery nterest. claim or Ren'6n W'htreInafter .b
period following the business the highest and beat bidder for described land and all per- t'
session. The dessert Conn. for a few days visit with I each the following dee r1bed property sons to whom u. may: concern; to.wit .

games' par. his parents, Rev. 'and Mrs. Rey. situated In, Flaglcr County. 11'1 TUB CIRCUIT COURT SEVENTH : the (following Und SfTwat* .
ty held last week was well at Florida, to-wlt? JUDICIAL ClHCl'IT, IN /nlD.p'la.ter Count.' F1orlda rlpAd.._ I '
nold N. Hoover. Lot 11. Block l{. Town of AND FOIL KLACLKU COUNTY. as
tended. Mrs. H. G. Heydt, ways Uunnell ae shown In plat FLORIDA. IN CIIANCKUY: CASKNo. '
book I. pag* 1. Public lice. 1145ANOUB Parcel II Lot 10. and the orth '
and means chairman thanks BOOKS ARE MY DISH orde of,Flagler Count Flor err n.-half (lU of Lot' 11 an' 1 1U.

those helping to make It a success. Ida In the office of the Clerk & RYNOLDS. JR.. Block "Town of Runnel aa
By Dorothy Romans of the Circuit Court In and PlatntlfMKUCEDES /, s hoyn 'In/ I'lat Book 1. at Page I.
for Flagler County Florida Publla *cord* of Jrulr County!
. Later on we will devote all pursuant to the Final Decree of DS. REYNOLDS. F u> Id..
Foreclosure entered In a case Defendant.
COSTUME AND POSTER the space thanking people for pending In laid Court the style NOTICE TO AI'PHAIt Parcel I. Lot. 7. I, '. and .
all the books they are givingus. of which I* MId-SUte Investment TUB STATE OF FUHHDA TO; Southerly on.half (H) of Uu II
WINNERS ANNOUNCEDThe Corporation, a Florida corporation MERCEDES )I. REYNOLDS and II Block 17, Town of Uuane4i.
I The Flaeler Beach Public Plaintiff vs. Hoy Mann and UeesleO. Apartment 1, as shown In Plat Book 1 at Page
Halloween Movie Festival Mann, hie wife. Defendants, If Rose ourt. ?. I'ubllo It.cords F1.gler Coun .
Library next to the firehouse Is ty, rJorlda.I'.rc. .
and the docket number of whichIa'No. Campus ManorAmherst I
sponsored by the Flagler Beach open 'on Thursdays from 1:00 to 6113.WITNESS. New York
PTA proved to be a big success my hand and the of- You are hereby notified that a ., I. Lot 1. Block II. Town
4:30| And sponsored by the Flag flclal veal of said Court, this Itth suit for divorce has been Died of Uunnell. aa shown In Plat Book

last Saturday. About eighty ler Woman's Club. Now from 1 ffter:1 October 115. against you ,In the above entitled 1 at I.rau't"Public Record* of
I
Seal) F Florida,
and
Circuit Court I cause you are hereby required
children In costumes marched In
business to pleasure. Mrs. Sam Clerk to servo upon Plaintiffs Attorney,
the parade and the following I By Julia H. Harvey whose name and address appear Parcel tj tent One'l?.1' W IIIlnnal
Novick has Joined the Library Deputy Clerk. hereon your written defense, If right of & a Of the Unnumbered
children won prizes: Prettiest, Committee of I Harry 1U Hobbs any to the DI11of, Complaint block easterly of Block 10 Town of
consisting myself Attorney for Plaintiff said suit, on or before the Oc: Bunnell of record In Map took 1.
Stella Weaver and Wendy Cum- and Anita Hirst I have scooped 101 Madison Street day of November 1148. else decree Pare Jpotl: I.r (' Florida
Tampa. Florida confesio will be entered against a nd a Tracts I. L anJ
mings; Spookiest Elizabeth pro .
; Random House that will publish Nov 4-1 toIV y'ou. ", Block 1J" In Sestina It .eeord-

Carson; and Most Original, Trumen Capote's mystery WITNE8S my hand and seal of Int 10 the map o t lJunnen basis -
mas* b
TIIR Clltri IT COIHT OKFLAULKIt said Court, this lath day of <>etot Company's of record n
Cherri Hanna and Wendy Cummlngs. terplece soon, by binding together C'Ot' lTV, KMtlllUA. 1) 1111. Map nook "t Pate 1. Flagler xwwti"
t fdAti ty. Florida said ,
rilANrKHY NO. IllS : RMYTIIE ; parcel described
the four installments of WILLIAM J. NUOKNT. Clerk of said Court aii follow.: Begin at a point In

Poster winners from the sixth it that appeared In THE NEW Plaintiff. By Julia R. I the easterly liDO of Allen IItr....
t". Clerk ?I .tr..t *' now Lid out ..M
grade were: 1st place Ginger YORKER "IN COLD BLOOD" is MARION r.VNuaKNT.tvfenditnt. W. L. WAOSWORTUP point being a distance of 105.0.
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Miller 2nd James Babbitt P. a Flo* IKUunnell. north II !. east from tho Inter
; place, reporting at Its best and Capote NOTICK TO DKKKMITUB Florida s ctlon of said land with the

; and 3rd place, Patty Meek. proves his point that reporting 8TATH OK FUHtlDA TO: Attorney Plaintiff northerly lino of south Anderson .
MARION F. NUUENT Oct. 1111 .ior.o, 1.114to1.r JUreet. a 10' street i; now laid outs
Ins. told as fiction and yet sticking Z4I K. IMth KtreetDroni. thence Aouth 51' oast,, a dla*
New York Jjnco of i&o* to a point: thence
r Tow riitcirrr COPHT.; stave
to the facts not only in events You are 'hereby notified 'hat a HMTII JUUICIAI.'IIIC1IT, IN North II* 2{' East a distance of '

lOT SCOUT TROOP 495 TO but in the actual conversationmay suit has been filed<< against you In ANn BOIL KbAUI.KH COUNTY 3eo' to a point: thence North 61;
; the above entitled and JO' West a distance of 714.11'
cruse; you KI.OIUIIA AT LAW NO. MlTUN
ATTEND SCOUT-A.RAMA result in a creative work of are hereby required to an* HOUHINO AUTHORITY OPTIIW the Westerly lln. of lot I afore ,
Scoutmaster' Les Watermanhas swer with the Clerk rlhr.o'tto t, COUNTY OK FLAULER. saldt thence South. VI* IT' East a
art. Even such cliches the distance .. ..
as and to serve a copy thereof upon FLORIDA. of to a point; then('''
made plans for his troop of hand at the window in the the plaintiff or plaintiff's attorney, a state agency. north. {30' W..| a distance of
emp 10 IT to 1IJ
a polnti thence
I 1 whose name and address Is: Petitioners, south
boys to attend the Halifax District ty house made my hair stand on It AY 8KLHKNrtolden !{' West a distance of lOV to Ihs '

Scout-a.Rama held at the end, because It was true. The Daytona Bulldtnr Heath Klorlda A, C. IlOlOKIU1, et Defendants.al.. point of beginning.Marlon ,

race track parking lot In Day account of the corpses In the not later than December 4th. A. D. NOTICH T() AI'I'h1All ANDTlire Unnumbered Street easterly of the j,;
IMS Iilock easterly of
,
DKK M t
tona this weekend. The boys undertaking parlor told with It you' t.1I0 do eo, decree pro 8TATB OK FLORIDA. TO: Block 'o. ,

have looked forward to this stark understatement eonl..., will b. entered against Parcel 1. A. C, ROlxiUltH.: and
out-wow* That alley In the
you for the relief demanded the PAULINK KODOKRM, Uunnell, unnumbered :
weekend for at these times the ed Waugh In "The Loved One." bill of complaint. The nature of Florida.KUWIN' / block easterly of fleck 10.
aid suit being for divorce. C, WILSON and ,
boys are able to learn and compete On finishing this story I felt as WITNESS my hand and eeal ofaid Wlleon. his wlfs. If married-who.* M.rlon Street ...Hrly of I-it I, r d

In events with other troops if I had come back from ter Court this tnd day of Novem Christian name Is unknown 1111P. Block $1. .
a ber Al'. Ittb. lltr .t N. W. Washington 7.D. '
In various scout activities. Most rible journey Into a strange (Official Heal) 1':. A. HMlfTIIK C., 11 ailvs and It dead, all 1 That 10' alley In Plock tt ,J

of the boys in the troop plan to country. Yet the scene U laid in C'lerk Ily Julia of *Ald U./ Harvey Circuit Court parties through, under cl.tminttnter.a or against KDWlN by. You are hereby notified<< that lhsabove ,

attend and will leave here Friday the healthy, out.l'Olnlarm.. Deputy Clerk (', WllXON and WILSON, Petitioner hae brought thlecauee of.
.
Nov. .'I1.II.J1-4ta his wife.IIAYMOND. J.e.t the property
:
afternoon and return Sun. lands of Kansas. Capote, himself (!. WILHON and Kfl* above for a publla purepose
day afternoon. IV T1119'llt1'IT ('O'"T "K TIIEIl WILSON hi. wife, 110 KimHtreet to.wltl/ for the oon.tructlon
vouches for the exact re .1..U.Lvn (01'NTY. KI.OIIIDAIV < Rear), Reading. Penneyl of low rental public housing unit. ".
.
porting of word ("U\" EDDY NO. SIN vanla. It alive and If dead all par fieceeeary appurtenance pe ralnlnK
every spoken by Richard W. Tlnsman tie claiming Interest b'L.through thereto and to acquire fee elni|>le
METHODIST CHURCH NEWS the people in his book. A new PUInllff. under or against RAYMOND C. title to laid ,Jande. ', '
VP- WILSON and KMTIIER W1I.HON.MAIUlAIUrr You and each of hereby I
Church school time Is 9:45 kind of you are
a. mystery book. Not to be Linda ,Ann Copeland Tlnsman. commanded to tw and appear In \
m. and morning worship at 11 missed. Itefendant.VOTICH ALDRR WILRUR I the Circuit Court fur the Seventh
: TO DKKKHII and ALLKN M. WILBUR, her hu. JuillcUl/ Circuit I lend for n..M>
o'clock. There will be a fellow. THE 1I'l OK KlJMIIDA. TO: band, 14 Avenue, Scar* Ur County, florid on the Uth \
ship dInner after the COPKLAND TIN*- dale, N. ft"rtacr. and If dead, day of 1)ec.r nb.r. Ibis at the of. y
worship Pulpwood Cords MAN. all parties claiming Interest by' I flee of the fUrk of .a)1./ Circuit .....
service next Sunday followed by whose residence and post office through under or against )MAR Court to .how what rl.ht. till, ""
address are unknown OAllKT: ALDRII WILBUR and /lntreet or lien you or any of you "
the official board meeting. You are hereby notified that ALLEN R WILBUR have In and to any of the above "
By County Listed suit ha. been filed against you In THOMAH W. ALDKR and MARA I d.eorlh d lands and to ehow eau.*
Ih* above entitled crusty; and yo thereby VILNA ALDKR. his wife Ill rein* I I why the Mme Imuld nut be taken
11( TUB rmrriT (COI'RT EV.ji The cut of ar* required to flbr..o'll'o an coin Avenue, Wlnnatka.' Illinois.I /If j{' for the u.*. end purpoeee above ,
ErT11 :uiriAL CIRCt'17'. nr pulpwood In Plot ewer with the Clerk ,: lire and If dead all parties claim* errlbed and for other relief a*
AND rOl\ "' 'ul.IC' nuJtTY: Ida's forests increased 30 and to serv* a copy thereof upon lot Interest by. through under or'against 'Ina y b. n.';*...r' or default will
"I.OIIIIJA 11 tiiAxceiiY so. percent the plaintiff or plaintiff I attorney, THOMAH; W ALDKR! and i I|, be entered against you.
.u, during the past five years whose name and address Is; I HARAVKNA ALDRRCIIRIMTIAN : Also TAKM NOT1CM thai a r.-e.Urellon d
CATHERINE JEROMK. compared with a southern states' RAY MKLDRNHelden I tIt'"';NC"1 IIENP1Vo'l / of Taklnv has been filed
Plaintiff Building LENT AMMOCIATION. ) by Tetitloner In the Office/ of the ;
average of 26 per cent, the FlorIda Daytona Reach norlda. sett Corporation. 107 (' .rk of thle Court, In this cause ,
ELMER E. JERQUE. State not later than December 4th A I J. Hlreet. Roeton II. Massachusetts. I if the taking of the above lande ....
Defendant. Chamber of Commerce, I'U.II. ROY ('N I fur the / .uurpoeee, ae cat
\VINr'rIIyU itNAi Y1aglI
WOTICB TO AIM'KAH: reports. you fall to do so, decree pro : D. ) .r forth 'In a'or..ld..Ifln flied In thle
THE STATIC Or FLORIDA TO: 4'onl..o will be entered against Reach.! p'IotlJr.w truss and that thle rauee will b..
ELMER It:. JKKOMK. "AU but three Florida (you n* t&tI for the relief demanded: In th LTlyl.NMTANK or IIUNNELU brought un for h rrlng. before the ,.
e/o Ann LePluer of complaint. The nature ol Bunnell I Florida Honorable. Unwell W, Mellon, a
JIA Clinton Avenue ties had a stake In the cut last aid cult being for divorce Parcel 1 1. ROIIRKT PARRINH. Judge of thle/ Cout or other Judge '

Albany. N.w York year, emphasizing the statewide WITNRKM my d dry of Noreen f JR. and KVKLYN PARRIMK. his that may iw ..ICtlnn/ hie pUr.
You ar* hereby notified that a said Court this wife. 174 Ixwmls Avenue, Da ft on aBeach. ''un the llrd.day of 1141. '
suit for divorce ha* been filed character of the Industry, a fact her A. D. 1141. Florida I tat' 104 o clock ,'. M.:Oi'bm'. *.
against you In the above entitled (Utffel.A..1) 1':. A. HMTTIIK EDWIN (!. WILHO.V and- I Klavler County Courthouee, Hun-
cause and you are hereby required which 1s not generally real f2.'d. Clerk of .Id Circuit Court WIUMJN hwife.. If married tell Florida to consider sail
to serve upon Plalntlffo Attorney. Last year, peninsula Florida Ily Julia II. .Harvey whoa Christian name I le unknown. Ifeclarallun, of Taking and lake' :
wnoee name and addreae appear pro ..put, Clerk {Ill P. Street N. W. Washington curb other action. the Court
hereon. your written d.f.n.e. if duced 16 per cent of the stat e', Nor, ..II..ll-tIo 7. D. C, If .iw..nd If dead all 4...,na proper .. provided by law, '
."' to in. DUI of Complaint In parties claiming Interest b,. ;
.a'<*1 .ul"l on or before the llth total cut. iv TIIH ( (Jt' TY Ji'n' r*. tnt.n.* through under or against KDWINC All pestles to Me cult and all
Parties In and
day of November. ele The nine iv AVII run Ki.' ii>'n tot.v WILSON and- W/1110.Y. I' Interest may appear
1MI. des mills
pro eonfesao will V re* pulp paper In Tf. rM HII>.. KILK AO. his wife.RAYMOND. heard a t.r. lint and place.
entered against I Florida IN III:! Ketat of You are ., required and ore
)0". paid (35 million to nor C WILSON and K** dered to Ale .. eald
LKONAHD your am*.r t
:
WITNESS my hand and seat of Ida and out of state producers rAllNNWOrtTH. THKR WILrlON, hie wife. Ire KimWtreet Wtlonn/ / the erflce of the Clerkof
cold Court this llth day of Ottoher 1--114. I Rear). Reading, penne-l* therecall Court of
AD. 1141. for pulpwood last The total JtfJTJ1 TO titKiirroiie ".nl.. If ally and It dead all par* MatterCouejtr.
year. KI0rlda./ In the Courthouee.
(8EAL> E. X To all creditors and all p.lsen (lee claiming/ Interest to.flrou.." ,
Court payroll of these mills havlnc clalme or demands stein under RAYMOND "... liunoell. Florida on or before Ih*
Clerk of said came or against ;
acid ....... WIIJMOT ent KMTHRR WIIJMJY. llth day of ": 1141. and
By Jail '1. Harreyw.uvrAwiwoimri'plltrC1'rlc to |74 million and their replace. You and each of rOUt are hereby MAItOAIIKT ALDKH WILIIURand to verve a copy of your e,M an

merit value has been set by the elalme notified and and deanande required to preeent any AI.LKN.. WILRUIC her hue* ewer I*. O. llui upon|..W.. Hunnell.I. WAIMIWonTlf.Florida at*
p. a list m which you oreither ba.d. 14 Oreenaere* Aveoe Merry*
Bannell. florid Industry at $:W1 million. of yes, iney have ageDnet dais N. Y, Ifallve. and If dead, curb lorney del fer*. relllloner. on or befer*

Oct.Attorney I4-1J.II for A J :.U1-.te Florida's expanding pulpwood ounty.IIfI eet.u.floc/d of..LKONAHD. Ule of rAllNM flagler* all partle. *wader Ulmlor or against Interest MAR br.through *. IItOIte.I* Hereby Ordered that Ib//.

to tho "_. and o b* published eves
T K.
cut Is a result of a continuing OARKT ALf'KR WlLRUfl and I. week for Ioav consecutive weeks.
McKalght. Ounlr Judge
of Flagler ALf.KN" II WILIIfH.,
planting program begun many '' County County (.OYI/AeYM U Hun.nell. THOMAN W, ALDER and HARAVKNA I prior, to. said dais In The HaglerIlbew. .
rlagler County, Florida with ALDKR. hi* .".. Ill L4*> I a newspaper havinggeneral
ll4 .J1.glrr IrtbunrrtoiuDA years ago. In recent years, mills'I' In sit! months from Ih* lets of / Avenue .".Ula. If arerlatlowa. Flagler t

In Florida have planted about Bret publication of this ftOt' .. balive and If dead, all .11I1..1'1..* County fleadIlEltlCir FAIL' NOT a. a a.tu.llWITYEJU
Each claim demand bo \
or must Ing Intereet by. through under or
8t'1nrELI., 50 million seedlings annually. lit writing. a4 m.et ...t. |b. plat s(;.//art THOMAS W ALDKR: and '..r'" agalnet hand you Clerk. f
ef r .ld.see sad addreaeof my u o
"Florida's /last poet-office Uh4YINA ALDRIII'HIUimAN aid Court; and th teal ef said
pulpwood cut e
the
claimant and b. .
MRS. meet ewern IM'IKNCi IIKNBVO.LKNT .
M
a
FULLER. Editor
to by the .. C*.rt. this tI.1I day .Ortoter.,
made of clalmaat. hie .. ... or AJUMlCfAtlON. a Msseaehu* I
2428,900
was
year up hie el tome or It will becorn void eerie r'etporattow. 107 Fal mouth 4. 1,. 1t43. a| .,,,...11. FlaglerCounty.

Dela te4 MOW.*..** for ell cords of pine 243,600 cords of acrortftag ie law. ...r.... Uoeton II. M. ,*eacbueettePareel4. Florida
Legal A >.etl..aKatered fob eredltor shall deliver euf* I KDWIN C. WJJJtOVod (Circuit Court dealt
hardwoods and 262300 cords of
III l-.at coplee of ale/ claim to ea* --WlLHON. KIs w"". Ifmarried I I eB.. A HMYTHM
wood residues. sble the County Judge to mall onepereonal who** Crlatl.w on* tt A. MYTHK.Clerk: ef Ihlrcult .
a* second eUa* natter to eeP, .rvpreeentellve. hiM ... IIII I'. Street H,W,. Wash* (* l'.ur" Flagler Coun
February *. Ml*. at tbs ..... I I.me. TVassau county with a cut of Mt.a OVtober 2J. 1). Hi. I. idles. 7, ,)." C, aad If ty. FUrld
at Banaell. Florida, ...... 173L200 cords was the state's Mtaaley I* Y rs.w rth. lC.tato. dead. all partlee Halm/at: : Interest ./ W. I. Wad.wrth
Act ., Marcia .. II7 *! A4sslnTtratr of the .". IhreiogH agalnet Kt- W. U WadswertkP.
leader last year, with Taylor's of IA..I#. raraewovtb, WIN C WJLHON aids --WIII(c, ... U *'
M..ct hie wife bu,,".1hf.,..,.
0.0 7'11' nM.t. 170,500 cords a dose secoeu "'; l..lk.tr.. ..: "..._b.iUYl4hNf) WILCOM!' cad F.s* FOR
"M ___LM Other top producing iiXev. THKH WfUlON. hi. wits II* KIM AlJJIDIr.r fC *
areas were .
..11..15-41. Ktreel (Rear>)> ......... PeaA.>l* O N., I'll-41*



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a[I PAGE EIGHT THE FLAGLER TRIBUNE:, BTJNNELL, FLORIDA Thursday Nov. 4, 1965 '

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Are Demand For r celery grown and sold for many rapid movement of the produce more, vegetables," says Jamison.
Graded High '
Eggs I'I years. Watermelons now grown from the farm to the consumers'

Best Florida VegetablesChanges I seldom show, when cut, white- tables. Seemingly all head, the ocean
Your
BuyWhen I I heart, or other internal defects. "Vegetable producers In Florida sunflsh or mola mola have pitifully

you shop for eggs, you In food habits, population They have a higher sugar content are in the forefront in usingall small brains, according to
varieties
may find several grades, two or: increase, and changes in I than formerly available technical knowledge marine biologists at Marineland,
: more sizes within one grade, end methods of purchasing at farm grown. to produce, harvest and of Florida. The brain of a 450
considerable range In price per: level have 'resulted in Increasing Strings have been entirely removed market a crop that they hope pound sunfish may weigh only .
dozen. the demand for vegetables from bush beans and will keep the consumer wanting an ounce and a half.
I nearly so from pole beans without -
To be sure of getting quality i in Florida. II loss of flavor or other desirable
eggs, buy graded eggs at a market Consequently the productionof qualities. Some of the 31I
that keeps them ,In refrigerated fresh vegetables continues to
varieties of vegetablesnow
i newer
increase at a rapid rate, according .
Julian S.
: cases, says being tried by are I
Frank, S Jamison, growers a
to
vegetable No
Moore, Extension poultryman, ''of even higher quality than i
Florida Agricultural Extension crops specialist and chair' those now produced. idee
,
Service; man of the vegetable crops department yotvi
Growers, Jamison points out,
Florida
Agricultural
The grade mark gives assur
Extension Service. realize that producing top-qual. ..
that the were of specific
ance eggs ity products free frdm,disease,
"Growers are continually ad.
at the time of test- Iw:
quality H'"
Ing. If they have been properly Justing their production practicesto insects, and mechanical' injuryis fl "'"Y Noun .
improve the edible quality of not enough. But they know
handled since testing, there will: "e"OlptWKt
that every modern method must 1'
be little loss of quality. the product and have made remarkable ,
Cartons of Government-graded I strides in producing be used to maintain this quality -
until the product is consumed.
superior,quality products, Jamison
eggs are marked to show quality I
Vegetables are extremely perishable ofVkuqStve
in the says.
and size The mark, ,
the There are many examples of as they approach accept-
form of a shield, printed on '
marketable
able maturity.
quality Improvement. The
carton or on a paper tape used pas I
to seal It, certifies that each egg cal type of green celery now be. The most effective method of
Has been graded for quality and ing marketed is definitely superior preserving quality in fresh veg.I
sorted for size. to the flat, stringy white tables is still refrigeration and ,437-3325 BUNNELL
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The U.. S. Department of Agriculture -
has developed standards aBBEgfflBBBBaiffiffifflga "-...."!....."............ .............."....... '.."..................JfNtl'........"

country widely that used classify throughoutthe eggs: I BE PATRIOTIC! FLY THE FLAG! FOR ALL HOURS-DAY OR NIGHT

Into three consumer grades: U. '
S. Grade AA or fancy fresh quality BUY A FLAG FROM AMBULANCE'
U. S. Grade A, and U. S. : PHONE VAlley 4 1625

grade' B.Grade." I The American Legion Post 115 .SERVICE ST. AUGUSTINE, FLORIDA
AA or grade A.eggs are

i a good choice for poaching, fry. NtTet b. hesitant about calling a Garcia Ambulance. W.
Ing or cooking In the shell because Home Flag Kits
are always at your Mrric with promptness, safety andexperience.
of their superior appear Include Flag, Wood Pole, Metal Bracketfor .
,ance and delicate flavor.
Displaying the Flag
Lower quality eggs, are gener Equipped With Oxygen Re usiUt3r>> and Inhalator

ally satisfactory for scrambling,, BUY A COMPLETE KIT-$3.95 UP.
f I for making omelets, and for Garcia Funeral Home
I combining with other Ingredients .
: in cooked dishes. WALTER MORRIS, P. E. GARCIA, Licensed Funeral: Director

The grade of the egg does not LADY ASSISTANT
PHONE 437-3235 After 5 P. M.BgfflBfflgflMMOCM.
V, affect it food value. Lower I
grades are as high in nutrientsas -
top grades. Shell' color is de. .
termined by breed of hen and
does not affect the nutritive
value or quality of an egg.
Tim size classifications of eggs
are based on weight per dozen. ENRJCHED
Size .Is Independent of quality.
Eggs of any sizz may be Includ.

ed In each quality grade. t
When small and medium eggs
are plentiful in the late summeror
fall they are often more
economical as a source of pro. 7 :'
WAYS,1
tein than larger sizes, Moore < :, .
'A.
points out. '
ir",J{. ,
To store eggs properly, keep << "_,.A
them clan, cold, and covered. ; .
Most graded eggs sold in re- "

tall stores are clean. Eggs should '
not be, washed before storing .. 't
'
.. because washing removes the
thin protective film or "bloom"

that seals the pores, retains.
moisture, and keeps out bac.
terra, mold and odors.
.
TRIBUTE OF RESPECT
TO ORLIN B. GREEN

Whereas, the Almighty, All
Wise Worthy Patron of the Universe .
has sounded his gavel of ,
death in the Celestial East, !
Chtvrdtl Impala Sport Coup*-
summoning our beloved Brother 66 .\ .
Odin B. Green to his eternal with critplintd new Body 6y Fisher ..

home. ..
Therefore, be it resolved by .

Bunnell Chapter No. 93, Order 1. NEW TURBO-JET VS's. ship is very much in evi make the ride even gentler. rear scat belts and backup :
ofthe Eastern Star that the loss Three versions of this dence.3.CRISPNEWSnL- 5. RACY SUPER SPORT lights-all standard on :
of Brother Orlln Green has markably efficient engine ING. More elegant from MODELS. Pick an Impala every '66 Chevrolet.are .

brought us great sorrow. The available, with ratings V-shaped grille to new S3 Coupe or Convertible, 7. OVER 200 CUSTOM FEA
lessons of honor, faith and love
with Strato- TURES.You can have field
taillights. 4. complete new
and 425
390 wrap-around
325 hp
taught by the heroines of our of hp,
luxuries like
bucket front seats and eyeday ordering
RIDE.
2. RICHER NEW 'INA JET-SMOOTHER
in ihls hp.
exemplified
Order were
console. NEW FM stereo radio. Want to
in body catching 6.
Refinements
They're impressive ,
TERIORS.
life. We extend to his loved ones
including SAFETY FEATURES. They raise your standard of liv-
our heartfelt sympathy and pray even by Impala standards frame and suspension (
that our Savior will comfort And the fine hand'of Full Coil springs include windshield washer, ing it up! Your Chevroletdealer's
them. Body by Fisher craftsman tailored to each body style) two-speed electric wipers. the man to lee.Jetsmoother .

r Therefore, be it resolved that
a copy of these resolutions be --
spread on the minutes of our '
Chapter as a tribute of respect 66 IMPALA
.,.t, and a copy to the Flagler Tribune Chevrolet's
for publication and the \ --- -
original sent to his wife and
family. See the new '66 Chevrolet, Chevelle, Chevy U, Corvair & Corvette at your Chevrolet dealer'sg'VJL"

Respectfully submitted
Wanda Mercer .. II.UII
Alice Lovell

Bunnell Rufus Chapter Miller No. 93 HALL-TUMLIN CHEVROLET COMPANY "

I Order of Eastern Star \
Bunnell, Florida. 200 S. STATE BUNNELL FLORIDA PHONE 437-3131





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