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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 11, 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. 45 BUNNELL, FLORIDA, THUPRSDAY, NOV. 11, 1965 $2.60 A YEAR

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DisaccreditationOf LEGION TO HOLD I Shelton Brooks I PAST MASTERS City Studying -'

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ANOTHER TURKEY NIGHT AT
Bunnell High To Speak SundayAt Treatment Plant
SHOOT SUNDAY MASONIC LODGEPast

Gets ExplanationThe Chuck Mlsslnne, chairman of First BaptistShelton Masters Night will beheld To Soften WaterEd

the past two Legion turkey at the Masonic Lodge In
Board of Public Instruc- Brooks will fill the I Not*. This is. the first of a
shoots said'the second was also Bunnell on Tuesday, November16th
tion discussed absenteeism In very successful with 23 more pulpit this Sunday at the First I as announced' by T. H. series. of articles prepared by the
the kindergarten. When a childIs birds sold. The number was the Baptist Church of Bunnell in the Wadsworth, Worshipful Masterof eaginring firm the city pro-
absent in the Kindergarten it same as the Sunday before. absence of the pastor, Rev. Tom Bunnell Lodge.' poses to employ to design and .-

counts on the average attend. Two more shoots are planned, Pinner. Mr. Brooks will speak at A supper will be served In the install a water softening treat.
ance with the State Departmentthe one for this Sunday at the Air both morning and evening Lodge dining room at 6:30: to be mast plant bare.On .
same as any ether grade, port and one for November 21 services. I followed by degree work at December 7, 1965 the electorate
and affects the average attend- on the ground' behind the White 17:30. of the City of Bunnell
ance. Money from the State Department I Eagle In Korona. I The topic for the morning Past Masters will be special will have the opportunity to vote
Is paid 'according to I worship hour will be "Our Concern for a city commission sponsored
Chuck said he wanted to thank guests of the evening, and, as Is
the dally attendanceper Is fit Real or Fancied. The project to Improve the quality
average
all those who helped to make traditional In Bunnell Lodge, the
pupil. According to the the shoots successful, both the evening topic will be "God's Past Masters will put on the degree of the water distributed. to the
State Department of Educationthe Greatest Invitation. work. people.For .
sportsmen and the helpers.
Kindergarten classes are op- several months the City
Mr. Brooks Is a Flagler Coun.
erating on th minimum numberof Commission has been actively

students. New County ty of native Bunnell.and lie Is has a business been working man I H. L. Yoh Co. Will studying Bunnell's problems of
According to Dr. Vincent Mc- water supply and water quality.
Guire, Chairman of the South Agent Begins on,his'degree at Stetson University Have West Side It Is now ready to determine.
em Association of Schools who for the past 1H years and'has In the ,democratic' manner of

visited the Bunnell High School Duties Nov. 15 been studying with the I Tax Payers MeetThe voting, If the majority of the
last month, found the fallowing Moody Bible Institute for the I people wish to avail themselvesof
defflciences: Donald F. Jordon, New County past three years. He also plansto H. 1.. Yoh Company of the advantages of better
1. The library is sub-standard. Agent for Flagler County,. will continue his work on his de- Cocoa Beach, recently contractedwith quality water.
The charge-out desk Is Impractical be here on November 15 to be- gree in night school in Jackson. the Board of, County Commissioners This Is the first of four articles .

I, there is no work space gin his duties. ville next year. lie _received his to make a county prepared to discuss the pros
area, there is no magazine or Mr. Jordon Is 30 years of age I license to preach last April. He wide tax re-evaluation of the and cons of better water quality
A-V storage area, the locationis and was born In Capitola, Flor- has been filling In as supply county. for the City. The people are urged .
ida Tallahassee, Leon pastor In Putnam, Volusla and to read the articles so that
poor, it is on the borderline of near A meeting for the east side of
being too small and there is ev- County lie was reared on a Flagler counties. the county tax payers was held they\ may better understand for ",;
small farm where he did nine s What they will be voting. On De "
idence of past leaks In the cell last Thursday night at Flaglrr ;
ing. years of 4.11 Club work. He Beach and the work In that area comber 6, the evening before the '
graduated from the Leon High Is local election, the City Commissionhas ;
2. The administrative suite FamilyTo now underway, supervisor *
Moody
needs a great deal of rennova* School In 1953 and served In the Guy Douglas said today. scheduled an open meeting
tlon. Navy from 1955: to 1959. He Hold 11th A meeting of the Bunnell area expressly for the purpose of discussion
graduated from the University and the west side of the county questions and answers
3. The situation of having two of Florida In 1961 with a B. S. I I will be held In Bunnell City Hall on the proposed Improvements. "
fifth grades and one sixth grade ReunionThe 7
Degree in General Agriculture. (Bunnell Civic: Center) on No The Commission reminds the
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located In the high school area He Is now working on his. Masters 11th annual reunion ,of I vember 22 at 7:30.: Work will be. voters that it Is their privilege \
Is very poor for obvious reasons. Degree. While at the Unl< I and as citizens of Bunnell,
duty,
the Moody Family .will be held; gin on this area In the near future "
.,.. Dr McGulre' said these arerather"serious .verity he was;! J5udentAuUt-( at the)J1CJvte..c.ntet .on -..,_...... to attend the meeting, enter In. ., '''' ;
discrepancies,and ant In Forestry Department"and Sunday, November 14, beginningat Mr. Douglas said he expectsthe to the discussion and decide how ',
would Jeopardize the Bunnell Agronomy Department.He noon.A survey to take up to nine they are going to vote the fol.
school accreditation status. was Assistant County months to complete. lowing day. If questions come
The Board in their meeting Agent In Columbia In 1961 and basket picnic will be served Property owners arc asked to to mind as you read these 'articles
Tuesday morning took the following transfered: to Dixie County In about 12:45.: All members of cooperate with the employees It Is suggested you Jot them
action to correct the 1963. He has been transfered the family and all family connections the firm who will carry a letterof down and either discuss them
above deficiences: here to begin his work as County are Invited to attend. Identification signed by Don with a Commissioner or bring
They approved sketches by Agent on Monday.lie them up at the meeting.The .
Architect Craig and Galhart of Is married and has two daughters. lie .Is a Baptist. I Continued on Page 10)) City Commission engaged
Daytona Beach for a new library a firm of consulting engineerswhich
and materials center. The specializes In water problems -

plans also include an administration ii Si f R fa to make a study and pre.
40 office In this. building. pare a report on the adequacyand
The estimated cost Is 28000.00, suitability of the Bunnell
and Is scheduled to begin In water supply. The report was
January 1966. 'prepared and submitted earlyIn

: Supt Coy Harris said it is .. yY 1 TNw the summer. A limited number ,
rtn v Suy
hoped a new elementary wingto of copies of the report are
house the 3 elementary class avllable for loan to Interested
\ es now housed !in the old high citizens--oee. Mrs. Rodgers at
school building I Construction on City Hall.
this project should commence in The report points out that at
the fall of 1966. Bunnell there are two different

Mr. Harris said the State Accreditation sources of water, both of which
.. is. in good shape and come from the ground. There is

no child will be effected in respect an abundant artesian source I
to entering any college deep In the ground but unfor

next year, according to Dr. McGuire tunately this water Is very hard
because the dlscrependes and contains) much too much

are !In the process of being elim I M\ M salt to be suitable for municipaluse.
mated This will only effect the The other source of water laIn
. Bunnell School for one'semester; I the upper layers of the
E Mr. Harris said to become re- ground. This water !Is derived
accredited all we have to do Is I, from rainfall on the surrounding
make application and It will be area and percolation through
automatically reinstated". ThisIs W, the porous soil to the wells This I
the year that the school will .r source Is adequate but not unlimited
I and periodic checks are
, (Continued on page 10) needed to detect evidence of .f
overuse and to Indicate when anew 1
well U needed.' Bunnell
' .. FLAGLER TOWNS presently utilizes this source.
The quality of this shallow
\ Bourne Sandra Owens. Shirley Townsend Sherry1 Ifargett. Margie Blake
CIGARETTE FUNDS Kneeling-Betty Lynn ground water supply Is far from
ly, Carol Pache. Brenda Murray, Johnnie Ruth Miller, Anne Bourne.
ideal for The
municipal use.
According to the State Beverage Row 1-Howard Carson Catherine Harris Minnie Deen. Faye Hutchlruon, Verne Owens,
Department the following Carl Bratcher. James Allen Brannam Marcia Johnston, Linda Church, Vicky Permit, Donna water Is relatively' very hard
and contains almost four1 times
f amounts have been distributedto Whitney, Bruce Arnold. Freddie Fruits, Pat Zlmmerle. t i I
the maximum Iron content re.
towns In Flagler county from Row 2--Susie Peterson Kay Perryman Gordon Worley, John Taylor, Hal King John Cook commended the United
September collections of the dg- John McDanleL Brenda Townsend James Robinson, Chuck Herr, Dennis Clay, Kris MarttL by
States Public Health Service tot
r -I:. arette tax: Row Catherine StanUh, Ann Hugas. Dale Abbott Sandra Scott. Lee Bourne, David Rich municipal water supplies. The .

Beverly Beach S10U4.Flagler ardson. Mike Mlsslnne. Darrel Brltt. Tony Parker Sue Broadway, Tina Pache, Peggy Mlsslnne, water also contains substances
;,, Beach $ 35.46. Julie Wllklns. .
which color the water and Impart
r Row Barbara Jean VickI Hein. BUI Kurtz. Holland Benton Clsenbach
dry of BunnelL $2.661.13. Pache. Zachaery a slight but noticeable hy .
..Painters Hill $1&34.Marineland. Robbie Durrance:' Tommy Heir. Susan McMillan. Robert McDanlel. Neal Atkinson. John Johnston
f $11140 I Judy Dunson. : C .; 7. (Continued on Page 10)
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Agricultural growers have installed approximately the plants. I I How often fertilizers should be I moist. Then Immediately water

50,000 acres of perman- Jasper N. Joiner, associate or- 1,applied varies tremendously and :in the fertilizer after broadcast.
Named nent sprinkler Irrigation sys namental horticulturist with the depends .mostly on the size and :ing it over the root zone.
Engineer tems for citrus. Over 50 percent state's Agricultural Experiment I extent of the plant's root system

of the tobacco is under sprinkler Stations, told a group of turf I and rainfall. 'Generally, he says, --
"Man Of The Year"Dalton
irrigation. specialists at the recent 1965 I the smaller the root system, the II MILLERELECTRONICS:

S. Harrison, agricultural Harrison is the author of mOle I Florida Turf-grass Management !I'''less' fertilizer should be added

A engineer, Florida Agricultural than 35 Scientific Journal series Conference in Gainesville that 'per application, but the more :
Extension Service, has publications and bulletins. He three factors need to be answer. I frequent the applications. Heavy
been named "Man of the Year" has published popular ankles, ed to correct many of the probe I I rains also makes additional applications 1744 Ocean Shot Bird.

for North America by the Sprinkler In the fields of soil and water lems. |I necessary. REPAIRS ON TV'S

Irrigation Association. and in poWer and machinery.One They Include what kind of fertilizer
Joiner says when putting onfertilizer WASHERSDRYERS
Harrison received the awardin of his recent publications, to use, how much to apply
I I' the soil should be
recognition of his outstanding written in collaboration with J. and how it should be appli

work in the field of sprinkler F. Gerber, deals with research ed. "Answers to, these questionscan
Call Collect 672-0377
irrigation at the Sprinkler Irrigation with sprinkler irrigation for help minimize nutritional I I '
< Association Annual cold protection of citrus. Another problems of ornamentals," said I .ALL WORK GUARANTEED

Convention at the CamelbackInn written Jointly with M. E. Joiner.A .

Scottsdale, Arizona. Marvel, discusses cold protection E
formula for most
Working through the American i I of gation.crops through sprinkler irri ,plant's good uses Is one in which the R S w.w. ,." "'........

: Society of Agricultural En. N-P-K ratio is 1 to 1, such as a I
Harrision spent a year .in re Community
gineers and industry, Harrisonhas 6-6-6 or 8-8-8 fertilizer.
suIt demonstrations on perma
established minimum requirements nent systems for citrus growers. Joiner said that under most Memorial Church

in Florida.for, irrigation Upgrading systems Irrigation His work resulted in uniform circumstances if any element ............. .__

in the state has result. standards and specifications for should be in a higher ratio than AIR CONDITIONED

ed in increased use of irrigation, permanent irrigation systems, others, it should be nitrogenN Prompt Service Dayton AT*.
adopted by the Florida Section, ( ).
bringing about higher produc FLAGLER BEACH
American Society of Agricultural
: According to the turf specialist
tion. Engineers, and the Soil Conservation in Sunday School '10:00 A.M.
In a period of six years Florida's plants are not so specific The Flagler Tribune
has Service.As their needs that each type re Church Service 11:00 A.M.R. .
total Irrigated acreage
from 700,000 to 1,106,000 a result of Harrison's quires a special fertlllizer. He W. DICKERT. PaitorBVERYOffB
.Jumped of which work with commercial fern said the one formula can be Phon IDltwood 7-3282 WBLCOM8
acres, over 300,000
growers, many of them have used on all shrubs, grasses, an. BniUMlL Florida
acres are sprinkler irrigated.
gone exclusively to Irrigationfor nuals, perennials and trees
Florida ranks sixth in the nationin
cold protection. found around most homes.
total sprinkler Irrigation ac
Harrison has been with the
reage. Extension Service since 1959. He How much should be applied
From 1962 to 1965, Florida depends largely size of plant
worked with the Agricultural on BROWN & BROWN INC.
Experiment Stations from 1953 and rainfall. However, a good

until 1959. A University of Florida rule of thumb, Joiner says, is to

PETERSON TEXACO, graduate, he holds the mas make light applications fre INSURANCEOUR I

SERVICE ter's degree in agricultural engineering quently rather than heavy ones

ROAD SERVICE from the Uunverslty less frequently.

Light Mechanical Work of Florida. "Usually 1.5 to 3 lbs. of an PHONE NUMBER IS

Phone 437-3441 Btmnall He is past chairman of the 88.8 or equivalent per 100

Florida section of the American square feet or per 100 feet of row 4373394i

Society of Agricultural Engineers at any time is sufficient," said
and was secretary of the Joiner.
O. F. ALPORDBaglstond
Florida section for two years. In
1963 he passed the State Board ---

Real Estate Broker examination for registered pro. 1

fessional engineer. He is .
Bumull Florida cochairman .L}$>o',''','' +4 ''M 7M!! w L S>ai4oF!,
of the University of

Florida's DARE (Developing Agricultural I
IN TUB COUNTY" JCDGB COURT
IN AN)) roil F1.AGLHH COUN- Resources Effectively: )
TY, FLORIDA.' IN PJtODATB.I committee on soils and water. cr
I CASK NO. TM
IN RE:
, Estate Decea.ed.I of LEE. A. OSTEEN, i

I NOTICH There's A ResearchFor
TO ALL PEHSON8 HAVING ANY -
CLAIMS OH DEMANDS AGAINST r t T
THIS Deceaied.ESTATE OF LEE A. OSTEEN, Poor LookingOrnamentals 4

You and each of you are hereby
notified that an Order Declaring I
I Administration of the Estate of I II I
I LEE A. OSTEEN. Deceased ai Unnecessary
! hat been entered by the
Honorable T. K. McKNIQHT Judge Major nutritional problems of
of the County Judge' Court. Flagler -
I County >' r ornamentals result from the
Kindly govern yourself accord failure of homeowners and
Inarly.
First Publication 10-21-65 many garden supply dealers to
/8T.. K. MCKNIGHT.
County Judge. understand nutritional needs of
Oct. 28 ft Nov. 4.tt-18-Uo I
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tJ r Wherever you fish for sport-on the hour 31% below just 10 years ago! See the ;, "

11, p ocean, by the booming.surC or on some .

'r'I:; 'I : quiet country pond it's great at the end '; ,I new modern electric ranges-and in colon, too- 'J -. .

I ;.i 1\I of the day tb head for a rewarding glass of beer. ': at your appliance dealer now. :' '.t :* .

t;r While you're talking over the ones that got away :" '- I I ft

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. a. hearty taste and.cool refreshment of .
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CHOCK STEAK Ib. 59* Round Bone ROAST lb. 59.

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FROSTY MORN 6 to 8 lb. Avc:

Smoked PICNICS f\: : t i lb. 39

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FROSTY MORNFRANKS 12 o:. Cello Pkg. SMOKED j jI

I .: : ff"; Ea. 39* NECK BONES 4 Ibs. $100

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Sirloin or 1BoneOX STEAK Ib. 89 ',;

PIG TAILS 4 Ibs. PIG FEET .i
TAILS $1.00 RIB TIPS 5 Ibs. $1.00
NECKS Ibs. NECK BONES HOG MAWS5 Ibs.
TURKEY 4 $1.00 $1.00

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GINGHAM GIRL MAXWELL HOUSECOFFEE RED & WHITE EVAPORATED

FLOUR MILK ,

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5 Ilg 19 t. 1 'TII 49 8 CII' $100 .

Limit (1) with $5.00 or more food order Limit (1) with $5.00 or more food order Limit (8)) with $5.00 or more food order

FROZEN FOODS Merita (Regular Price 40c)

Mr. c. FROZEN 9 <>.:. Pk,. POUND CAKE ....._................N........ ..._...........................12 i 01.Siie. 29C \
FRENCH FRIES Each :lOc Our ValueCREAM .

Honey Suckle GIBLET GRAVY STYLE CORN................_..................*,..........7 Cans 303 '100 '
SLICED TURKEY ?k lb' T5 Our ValueEARLY I t'

JUNE PEAS .............,...., ..1 '}i I.....N..:........7 .Cans 303 'i 00
Joe Crain's Fresh
Florida Grade "A" Our Value ,

LARGE CUT GREEN BEANS ............. J'_l1.i:.Ltli.......7 Can.303 '1 00' I
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EGGS Our Value

; ; VIENNA SAUSAGE ........................................f...............4 12 Cant 01. $ 2 Doz. 98IA Red and White (HUNTER'S SPECIAL) I V

DOG FOOD ...aa............"'._.........._......' ." ................ 12 ct! 98C
FRESH PRODUCE

BANANAS Golden Ripe fOe 50 100 &iiI nii !

.Juicy All PurposeAPPLES with coupon. & purchase with coupon & purchase{ ?Wit h., purchase
4 "" 39 )of ((1) 3.1b.Tin Our Value of (2) Tubes Vaseline of (3) 2i/i Cans Red & I i
Cello Bag C 1 SHORTENING HAIR CREAM @ 49c Ea. White PEACHES ,J
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pairs, etc.! on current events-school news-cartoons I

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.{,, ) ': .. I wr ut I But if you do worry, the I
mink coat
dancers will prefer
. --.= (By Burey Sharp) .
like poinsettias
while tender plants WE GIVE METTS Quantity Rights

In fall dogwood trees and coleus, or crotons will keep Reserved
,'" I strip-tease dancers have one quite warm If wrapped in less i TOP

, :'Li'; thing In common-both quiver expensive used burlap bags.If gee
I and shake and become bare you desire store-bough -
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':, I limbed. plant protectors try the assortment .'I' VALUE SUPER MARKEiPrices Good
the Sat
Nature cool temperatures and of plastic covers on ,

, breezes cause dogwoods to she. market. They vary from do.It. I STAMPS and Monday

But with dancers it Is a different yourself sheets to special plas Nov. 11, 12, 13,15U.
story, because dancing tic bags with warm water mis TELEPHONE 437-3201

Isn't seasonal. So depend on sprayers Inside. I
dogwoods to herald cold I weather. Almost any type of material
to cover plants will help yw

fight backyard cold war. I
your
But or don't dancers worry because about dogwood botl I These Include wood cloth, paper ,U. S 'D A. CHOICE FLORIDA GRADE "A" (Fresh)

Spanish moss, pine straw, BAKING OR
palmetto fans or any other ma

WANT ADSListings terlals available. In the neighborhood CHUCK ROAST ROASTING

Earth is also valuable when
under this heading are CHICKENS .
banking citrus trees from
young Lb,
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3 cant a word. each InsexttaiTS
cents Is the minimum chary a freeze. But with the 100 per 49-
cent valuation of real estate,
FOR ,SALE-1960 Star Sapphire the neighbors will prefer that Lb.
trailer home 55'xlO'-two bed 35-
soil.
you use your own .
rooms. Call .Howard Allen 437 BONELESS .
If you cover shrubs with plastic ROLLED Lb 79 e
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3466. be sure to set them free THREE POUNDS AND UP
SEWING MACHINE 1965 Mode shortly after 'Ole Sol melts the

clearance sale. We have 7 1961 frost. Otherwise a prized orna -
machine mental may be stewed in It
round bobbin sewing S. D. A. Choice First CutPORK
left. These machines are completely own Juice inside this collector '

zigzag guaranteed.makes buttonholes Equipped etc to of Frost sun rays.has no terrors in gardens BONE ROUND ROAST- CHOPS 59-

$25 is total price. Will accept of well-adapted plants say
older machine for part payment University of Florida hortlcultur Select
ists. But during the sudden cold
Call Orlando 425-3577 collect I A. Choice
11-4-Jan 6-lOti wave following a prolonged Htc': *
warm period some plants need 59LIVER' Lb. 49Pork
STEAK Lb.
FOR SALE. LEASE. OR RENT- I a helping hand.
bedroom Florida room and Usually this Involves putting .
carport beach house unfurnlsh a blanket around the plants, or
ed. Hurricane fence encloses supplying heat. Plants are cov ALL MEAT $0
BONES 6 Lb,.
back yard. Call 4373472. 11.4.UFOR ered to slow down the rate of STEW Lb. 69NECK'
loss of heat already In the plant
SALE--3 bedroom, 2U by radiation.On Pork

bath, double garage, central a still, clear night In win.
j I heating Ore place, large Florida tt'r! heat Is radiated Into space T-BON $ RID TIPS 5-T '
room, situated on 160x110 waterfront by soil and plants. Their tern AND SIRLOIN Lb. f9

\ lot. Call 439-2203 Flagler pcratures fall. If they reach the

Beach. 11-4-U Freezing point or below, frost 1007 PuroRIBAND


SINGER In Sews console forward electric cabinet and sewing reverse.like machine new.All ground forms leaves. on The and boards even air temperature straw on plant bare CUBE Lb. 89GROUND BEEF 31Lean fD


attachments for making button. nay be well above 32 degrees,
holes, zigzagging and fancy but the leaf may stll have frost
stitch designs. Fully guaranteed. It It Is losing heat rapidly by WILSON (Shortening) PILLsOURY'S (Plain or S. R.)

Can be seen in your area. Make adlation.
of $4.91 In this case the frost damages
eight monthly payments FLOUR
mechanical. That is RITE
mostly BAKE
or will discount for cash. Write:
sharp side Ice crystals that form
I' Credit Manager 122 S. Clear 5 Lb.
water Road, Largo, Florida. nside the leaves and tender 3 Lb. Bag 39-
I 10-21-tfc plant stems puncture cell wallsf Tin 57-
> plant tissue, causing death
FULLER BHUSH SALES or SER- to that portion of the plant.
food order OR YOUR CHOICE
Limit 1 with $5.00 or more
.
VICE. Call 252. 83 Daytona If cold air drifting down from
SIIURFINE (Plain or S. R.)
Beach. If order Is $::5.00 or more Yank land is already below
we will refund cost of telephonecall. reczlng It quickly absorbs theteat HALF GALLONCLOROX

Oct 21-TF from the ,ornamentals ands FLOURy
likely to kill the less hardy
,. LADIES PART TIME SALES slants to the ground.We '
work available as a Fullerette na a': -
299
natives call this a hard ,
Fuller Brush products.
selling teen, while Chamber of Com- Callon 1
Should have car and at least 15
fierce employers soften therrm Limit 1 0' your choice with $5.00 or
$2
week free.
hours a Average
I f hour. Call Daytona to "unusual cold wave." Limit 1 with $5.00 ar more food order more food order
} to $3 per Covering plants during a hard
Beach 252-4583 or write II. Sll-
reeze Is not very effective un
Oct. 21 TF
-- leu'au can prevent the Icy PRODUCE ''Lyke's ((300 Can)
FRESH -
HOUSE FOR REMT on AlA and rind from coming In contact With

9th St. Flatter Beach. )Irs. Bob w lth the plant. CHILI Beans 4 Cans SIM
Noland. Seville, Florida. Phone During a cold, windy night U. S. No. 1 Georgia Sweet
7492309. 9-23-tf a light bulb under an airtightover
may give a small planthe POTATOES Lb. 10 Shurfin. (303 Can)
FOR RENT-1 bedroom duplex same protection as a green- PEACH

furnished apartment. Couple or ouse. Oil heaters! can be used HALVES 5 Tb 1
single person, reasonable rent. to warm larger plants coveredy Golden Yellow
Phone 437-3301 9-23tf giant-sized sheets of builder's

FURNISHED APARTMENT for lastlc. BANANAS 2 Lbs. 25' .." ... ((20 Oi.)

rent Phone Harris Appliances, On an Icy night heat is vital
4373367. 9-23-tf and not smoke. In spite of a BREAD 4 Loaves' 85
opular misconception. So, It Is Cello Bag
cars U7H0 LSTEBT, Bunnell a waste of time burning a pileof
Fla Hwy. 11, will pick up and 1 leave to smoke up the CARROTS 10FROZEN 1
deliver all furniture free. For rlghborhood unless you have FOODS

sample material and prices on rvUed a way to produce more

labor call 4373673. 7-1-tf rat than smoke. Long Island Morton's 8 Ox. (Meat)


sonable SEPTIC fields Installed prices.TANK; Call snail cleaning George shelL;-drain Rea.Ja to larding The plant first only against line those of cold defense trees Injury and In Is CAULIFLOWER 39 POT PIES 4 For 75rUI.WJIJCII f

rubs that are completely hardyi
roz.: ID 7-3410 8-1-tf i i your locality. This cbosn'tmf'an : =oaI.II.m.r I_ CDCCI.II

.run that you should not grow
JOHNSTON'S tf'ndft plants, but such plants 5OFREE 5OFREE 5OFREE

rLACLER BEACH REALTY CO. lhould not be the framework ofthe TOP VALUE STAMPS TOP VALUE STAMPS I TOP VALUE STAMPS

LOTS HOMES OCEAN FRONT garden. of With of
The second line of defense With purchase of With purchase purchase

WATER ACREAGE FRONT FARMS against; cold Injury Is to have ((2) tCans of Chicken of 10 Lbs. U. S. No. 1 Kraft Miracle Whip,

Se u for you read estate ands plant tissue as fully mature as Sea Light Chunk Tuna Irish Potatoes Quart Site

.,i' Office Phone lIE 9-2242 slble when freezing temperurc Coupon Void After Coupon Void After < Coupon Void After I

Residence Phone ID 7-3601 occur Monday, Nor. 15, 1965 Monday, Nov. 15, 1965 Monday, Nov 15, 1965

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MRS.' ANITA HIRST 'BOY SCOUT TROOP 495 :
HQST TO FLAGLER BEACH ATTEND SCOUTARAMA
GARDEN CLUB Twelve boys from Troop 495 .:& CENTRAL AVEv FLAGLER BE:AC H
The Flagler Beach Garden, attended the Scoutarama in
Club held a business and social Daytona Beach last weekend. PRICES GOOD QUANTITY RIGHTS
hour at the home of Mrs. Anita They were accompanied by THURSDAY-FRIDAY-SATURDAY RESERVED
Hirst. The hostess served a coffee Scoutmaster Les Waterman and NOVEMBER 11, 12, 13, 1965 CLOSED SUNDAYS
desert lunch. Mrs. C. O. Ma. Assistant Scoutmaster E. Lester Store Hours Monday thru Thursday, 8 a. m. 6 p. m.-Fri. & Sat. 8 a. m 7 p. m.
the club the drizzle of
gee, president of pre. Stanton. Despite
sided. rain on Saturday, the boys all "
Some of the Interesting things seemed to have a good time.It FLORIDA GRADE "A" DRESSED SMALL LEAN AND MEATY
discussed and voted on were to' was a good opportunity for AND DRAWN, WHOLE FRESH PORK
send cotton dresses to the Leper I the boys to get experience campIng .
colony and infant kimonas for under the handicap of wet '
the underprivileged children.I fire, wood and damp tents. The FRYERS Lb. 27 SPARE RIBS n. 59
Each member present donated boys apparently were all in
25c for garden impliments and I good health for they returned
seed to be sent to the South Ko home Sunday minus colds and U. S. CHOICE FLAVOR AGED
reans. This is a world Garden etc. which would have been
SIRLOIN
Project. Mrs. Sarah Martell re easy to get at such times. The
signed as first vice president and rain did not dampen their RIB ORTBONE STEAK Ib.WESTERN 9S
Mrs. Jewel Duensing resigned as spirits however, for games of
treasurer. Mrs. Marie Brede installed football and the like were still I .
Mrs. Anita Hirst as vice played, with other troops from
president and Mrs. Gilbert the,Halifax District. '
Frank ,as treasurer to fill the va Rev. Stanton delivered the CORN FED THRIFTWAY TOP QUALITY
cancies. Mrs. Magee gave a report Sunday morning worship to the FRESH PORK SLICED
on the district meeting held protestant boys and a local ra BOSTON
in Deland. The club was proud dio station broadcast the ser BUTTS Lb. 55' BACON Lb. 69'
to hear that Florida is leadingIn vice. Lee Bourne added music
club membership and Texas with his trumpet for the hymns
in second. We have 399
came during the broadcast. Those at. MAXWELL HOUSECOFFEE FLORIDA PRODUCEDFLO
Garden Clubs in Florida. I tending were Grady Prather,
Mrs. Florence Swink will holda I CANE
Mickey Sindelar, Lee Bourne
work shop Wednesday: at her I I David Johnson, David Miller, '
home. Members will bring a Andy, Dan and John Waterman,
base for wreath,I Iglue' I SUGAR5B.g"
styrofoam a .
Mike Bross, Terry McNitt, Wesley I
'
wire. Florence will
and fine
Moore.
Thomas and Buddy
furnish cones, acorns and etc. 1 Lb.'
that she brought from Con. Can 49 -
Mrs. Sarah Sheeham of Fram- 29Limit
necticut while on her vacation.
ington, Mass., has arrived to
Chuck Missinne left yesterdayfor spend the winter, months with 1 with $5.00 or more food order Limit 1 with $5.00 or more food order
Wisconsin and Canada where her sister and brother in law,
he will participate in big game Mr. and Mrs. Arthur Dockendoff
hunting. and niece, Nancy Dockendoff. 21/3 OSAGE FREESTONE 303 Delmonte Golden C. S .
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RAGGEDY RIPE CORN 3 69*


BE PATRIOTIC! FLY THE FLAG! PEACHES 3 For 79- HOMNY"Qr(3- 2ge


BUY A FLAG FROM
1 303 SUNLITE 300 Lyke's

The American Legion Post I 115 FLORIDA GROWN BEEF STEW 3 For $100TOMATOES


Home Flag Kits 8 T Monogram Long Grain

Include Flag, Wood Pole, Metal Bracketfor RICE 3 Lb. Bal 39*

Displaying the Flag 303 SUNLITE CHOPPED No. 1 Can Campbell's TOMATO

BUY A COMPLETE KIT-$3.95 UP TURNIP-COLLARD and MUSTARD SOUPftL3

WALTER MORRIS GREENS 3 For 29- Soft Weave Toilet Ea. 10e

PHONE 437-3235 After 5 P. M. TISSUE 2p Pkg.l; 1 Z5e

HBfl iaaxPaMKDmfflgKBmgMBmmCT p
ALL PURPOSE FROZEN FOODSAPPLES -

4 Lb. Winter Garden

F 0 4te c16u Bag 39 Apple-Peach-Cherry
PIES For $00
dee qGtti1e'ittit 3
LARGE SWEET AND JUICY Limit 3 Please
clGctG't ...
8 Oz. Winter Garden or Morton
"MHn 4 0U1I" ORANGES 39' Chicken Turkey-Beef
4i" For
PIES
Z 39*

t -- U. S. No. 1 WHITEPOTATOES DAIRY

10 Lh.
Gttq)1tuq Kraft PureORANGE
Kraft 49-

Sto'IeDUNNELL Bag JUICE a 35*


LARGE, FRESH AND CRISPY BAKERY

437-3325 I 20 Ox. (Large Loaf) Everfresh
CELERY Z For 29'
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FOR ALL HOURS-DAY OR NIGHT

AMBULANCE Please Order Your Thanksgiving Turkey EarlyWWWWWMM

SERVICE PHONE VAlley 4 1625 ..........."-..............."M...."'..........."............"...J'f.".....................il'."...............

ST. AUGUSTINE. FLORIDA 50 EXTRA 50 50 FREES 50 50 EXTRA
Ifenr b. hesitant about calling a Garcia Ambulance. Wean FREE FREE 50

always at your service with promptneM. safety, and S & H GREEN STAMPS S & H GREEN STAMPS S & H GREEN STAMPS
xperltnce.
With this coupon and your With this coupon and your With this coupon and
yourpurchase
Equipped With Oxygen Retutitator and Inhalator of One (1) Fantastic purchase of Three Doz. purchase of One (1)
Spray Cleaner Eggs, Any Size Three Lb. U. S. Choice
Garcia Funeral HomeP. ,Chuck Roast

E. GARCIA Licensed Funeral Director Coupon Expires Coupon Expires Coupon Expires
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Guests of Mr. and Mrs. Alfred I THOMAS A, KAHLERT 'January 1, 1966, the Identifyingsocial I
Tucker last week included her I GETS PROMOTION TO security numbers will be. t
sister, Mrs. Dorothy Chickeringof I SECOND LIEUTENANTThomas entered on payment drafts to
Walpole. H. who with her producers, and they will be also
A. Kahlert, the son of .
husband will wintering In used the
by Department of Agriculture -
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Mr. Anthony W. Kahlert of Bun-
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LOCALS Also with '{
Deland. her was a In reporting such "
:
pay.
.:
the ,
nell, has been promoted to
friend, Mrs. Annette Quinlar of ments to the Internal Revenue
rank of Second Lieutenant In
Portland Maine.BUNNELL .
Service. Such Identifying num
the ROTC unit at Gordon Mill
I=I
II bers now appear on all reports -
MRS. CRAIG AND RETURNS FROM I tary College. of income payments such as ';.
P. T. A. Rank in the Cadet Corps at
I,
DEER HUNT bank interest dividends etc. \
HOSTESSESTO \\1i
MRS. DEEN MEETS TUESDAYThe I Gordon Is achieved by academicand I "
i[ made by the paying companiesor 7
U. D. C. Mr. and Mrs. Llllard White Bunnell Parent-Teacher j military progress of the individual I agencies. This Is required ',
have returned to their home here Association will meet in the cafeteria cadetFarmers under the Internal revenue code. '
Mrs. James O. Craig and Mrs. I !.
after spending the past monthin November I 5
on Tuesday evening, Any questions about this matter -
W. W. Deen Jr., were hostessesfor White
Knoxville, Tenn. Mr. 16.During should be taken up with the f
the November meeting of the has lot to talk about, tellingof
a ,
the evening the Asked To ASC county county committee.
E. Johnston ChapterU. pro. '
Gen.Joseph I his trip to SoutheasternUtah
at the Craig home, gram will be concerning the I
D. C, on a deer hunt. In addition I
north Orange street. -to White there were Wod- new math and the reading programs Send In Social CARD OF THANKS
I In the school Mrs.
Becky
The foyer and meeting rooms die Roe of Cincinnati. Ohio, I want to thank my many
were decorated with the fall Alvin Keith Dawson Doyle, Pete Clegg said today. Dr. Allen Key- Security Numbers friends for their visits, cards M'
nolds Is the of the
berries and flowers. The Thanks. Gibson, Roy Loy, John Brown, president Farmers who are receiving flowers gifts, prayers and acts
giving theme was also used In George Murphy, Ed Brooks, Ken group this year. payments In connection with of kindness during my recent,
serving of a sweet course. Cooper and Harry J. Bryant participation In Farm. Action illness In the hospital and my
In addition to regular businessthe I from Knoxville. I convalcsence at home.
are being asked to let
programs
Chapter made plans for an THE PULASKA CLUB I also want to
Bryant, who Is a prominent the ASCS county office know express my appreciation
entry In the Veteran's Day Pa I Knoxville lawyer, bagged a TO HOLD ANNUAL what their social security numbers 'I. to the doctors and
rade.It fawn weighing twenty.five I II DINNER AND DANCEThe are. nurses on the staff.
was reported that two pounds (after a reported seven Geneva Rodgers and
Pulaska Club of Daytona According to Mr. W. W. Deen,
bronz markers had been placedby I shots from his new gun.) The Beach Is having Its second An. Sr., chairman, agricultural stabilization I Family
the Chapter on Confederate party spent eleven days on the niversary dinner and dance November and conservation
graves In Espanola Cemetery.The trip and each man got his limitof I
21. The affair will be county committee, a form re. :
Chapter appreciates the cooperation two deers per man. They held at the Pulaska Club, 326 questing this Information-"Re. I I
of Z.: G. Holland Jr., I bagged 21 husky fat mule deer. South Street. quest for Identifying number. I
and his son Zachery for placing After field dressing the load of I The dinner will be 1 to 3 p. m. farmer" together with a postage RENEW YOUR

these markers. venison weighed an estimated and the dance will be from 4 to prepaid envelop, has been mailed DRIVER'S LICENSE ."
Members present In additionto 2700 pounds. 7. Joe Uban will furnish the to each known producer who DURING YOUR '
'
the hostesses were Mrs. Walt White bagged a 12 point buck music for the affair. receives program payments to BIRJHMCHTHMountains
ter Knight, Mrs. Robert Bertha, which weighed about 300 be filled In and returned to the
Mrs. Eugene Knight, Mrs. R. W. pounds. Each hunter paid for a More species of flowering ASCS county office as soon as arc composed large.
Deen. Mrs. H. T. Cook, Mrs. C. H. $47.50 non resident license. Theyall plants are found In California convenient.lie ly of rocks made up of silicon "
Cowart. Mrs. Tommy Durrance, reportedly felt they got their than any other state. explained that, beginning and aluminum compounds.
Mrs. Kate Bankston and associate money's worth, and already __._ I
member Mrs. Z. G. Holland making plans for another trip a p

next year.
Jr.Mrs.. Walter Cody was wel -
member. Mr .and Mrs. Ardln Kenneyand .,. ..
comed as an honorary f
Invited guests were Mrs. Sadie Miss Kathy Barber have re '
Strickland and Mrs. F. W Ting turned from a six weeks vaca : \j., A bedroom phone.
ley. tion In Iowa and Canada. Mr.
A short historical programwas Kinney enjoyed the big game
min. given on Judah P. Ben f a hunting while on the trip. : To get away from it all. :ih I ,

Mrs. A. F. Tucker has returnedto y And it all done. :
get .
....SHUG GRESHAM IN her home here after a visit of }
PALATXA WITH SON two weeks In Cocoa with her
Friends of J. F. (Shug) Gresham sons and their families Mr. and To shut out the noise. The crowd. .
will be happy to know that Mrs. Gilbert Tucker and Mr. and
he has recovered sufficiently to Mrs. Marvin Tucker.
return from the nursing hometo To plan. Discuss.
the home of his son, Gary Guests of Mrs. Anna Jarosz ,
Gresham In Palatka. The address over the past weekend was her
Is 3602 Weaver Road. Pat son and his family Mr. and Mrs. Settle things in peace and quiet. .
latka. Florida. Edward Jarosz; of Miami.

I A bedroom phone. It's the answer. .
Sheriff and Mrs. Zip Edmon Visiting with Mr. and Mrs. C. ,
ton were In Orlando Friday at. A. Riddell last Sunday was her
tending a dinner honoring W. T. son, Joy Sisco of Jacksonville. To lots of things.
(Billy) Mayo of the Florida Pub. They were joined by Mrs. Otis
lie Utilities Commission. The Magee and they all went to the
banquet was held at the Rio airport to the American Legion (What else that costs so little gives you so much 1))

Pinar Country Club. Turkey Shoot. ......." .. ...
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Mr. and Mrs. James H. Daw. Mr. and Mrs. T. E. Holden : ". :..... ......
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son have returned to Florida have returned home from a visit '":' =.
from Michigan and Coppertown.North of six weeks In EUza beth ton. ":.::::" ": .. _.. '"
Dakota. Mr. Dawson has Tenn.. with their son In law and .4' _- : "" '
been engaged In the heavy daughter, Mr and Mrs. Julian --: '.Zi ........
equipment work the past several CaudilL They went up to attend ." -.. -,... "-- .;;;:;:::
months. Enroute they visit. the Silver Anniversary of Julian .
ed with Mrs. Dawson' brother and Altajane. They also attend. .... .:...
Carl Durrance and also Mr. ed the Golden Wedding Annl. r ...".... .
Dawson's father, In Dyrtsburg. versary of the Senior Dr. and
Tenn. Mrs. Caudill. :,".
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is hereby given that a 'municipal election

I will be held in the City of Bunnell, Florida, on

Tuesday, the 7th day of December, A. D. 1965,

for the purpose of determining whether the electorate -

favor the installation of a water treatment

plant which would necessitate a slight increase in

water rates and will be further explained in later t1a

news articles.
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Notice is further given that the registration booksof ; ..
the City of Bunnell are now open and will remain 1"'

open for the registration of voters to and -
including the lit day, until ..:30 P. M., of December Lz4 w. -.. :i

A. D. 1965.

SMrs.. Nancy Rodgers, @ Southern Bell Ie I

City Clerk


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annuals. sale ,because they are extremeIn I Animals tend to eat
more Cleopatra bathed In rose
wmdJ water
Jtiflt I The production of the annualis styling or because they are!I when they have company a biologist II I and probably slept in a

school AteutA on schedule, assuring the ar no longer in fashion! Is the gar says. mattress stuffed with rose petals

rival of the annuals before the ment cut on the grainllne? Are I .;....- -_. .... .
Marilyn McNab and Martin end of May. seams and hems full with I-

Tucker were crowned Home stitching strong and secure? Is I

coming King and Queen last it the right size? Look for suit 24 Hour ...RWrecker .

Friday night Both students are Plan Ahead For able, well-sewn fastenings I I! Service

seniors at Bunnell High School.. these are indications of good I

The crowning preceded the Bulldogs Sales garment construction.By .
Shopping
26 to 0 over Keystone, all means, read the label I Flagler Truck & Tractor Co

Heights. A half-time show was Before you dash out to take before buying. It will give clues I
presented by the Bunnell High to and MASSEY-FERGUSON
advantage of clothing sales, durability performance.
School band. compare, plan, think, Judge. It should Identify fiber content I Grove Farm Industrial Equipment
The winning float In the pa. and give Information on shrink.
That's the suggestion of Miss VIRGIL DECKER Phone ID 7-3242
rade was made by the Junior Elizabeth Dickenson, clothing age and color fastness, as well
Class and featured last year's. specialist, Florida Agricultural as care. i Owner Bunnell, FloridaMIcvYou
A
homecoming queen, Heidi Elsen- Extension Service. .
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bach, and this year's candidates,
Get acquainted with sales
Betty Lynn Bourne, Marilyn OtO SOATj L !UR[ I at1AENsta
and sales
terminology types. I MAD MOIIY
McNab, Brenda Tucker and Elizabeth MOW OOVA UKCTMISSWKC.T lIUTI OUT F00. MOIAY,N4! !N[ .GOT R t MAN,
I
Know when and where sales are UTttl eUSAV tDITjNRCY
5N'l000l
AsvIM atwtMetR uw3 M
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Allen, plus crown bearers vlcKtaWFQ1AlONlfRAM
held and which garments are ?
Edee Cowart and David Cowart.
the best buys at which sale. .
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By anticipating clothing needsin ?
MOTORS
Students will be dismissed at
advance, a family may be
2:30 Thursday afternoon, November
able to save about one-third to .
11 to attend and participate .pr pa
one-half by buying at sales, J Ir I II
in the Veteran's Day Pa.
Miss Dickenson says. Wise buying
rrade.. '
means keeping'In mind the

clothes on hand and the additions s.r
A P. T. A. meeting is scheduled '
need to complete your
you
.
for Bunnell in the school cafeteria I
wardrobe.At .
at 8:00: on Tuesday, November .
16. The program will be clearance sales the savings Leaf miners?
might be from 25 to 50 percenton
conducted by teachers on the
fashion items such as coats, ,
New Math, Reading and Home
dresses, shoes, and hats. An. '
,; work. nual sales for standard merchandise i S. ; .

from most departments 1 r V
1966 PINEA SUBSCRIPTIONSON _.
might average 10 to 15 percent

SALE NOW savings. In any case, clothingyou .
'I ". ; The Bunnell High School an purchase at a sale should :. '
:
nual, The PINEA, is 'now available cost less than It would ordinarily t S
for ,subscription any week even when cost of reconditioning (1'S

: day morning from 8:30 to 10:30: the garment Is In. ,
j In the typing room. A deposit of cluded. ..
I $2.00 is to be made before December Check carefully the condition, i

'r i 15 and a balance of $3.00 style, fit, and color of the sale J,
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Thursday, Nov. 11, 1965 THE FLAGLER iRIBUNE, BUNNELL, FLORIDA PAGE NINE

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IN TUB CIRCUIT COI'RT. SEV- Subscribe for The Flagler Tribune : :re.If alive and U dead, all
Plentiful Foods
Gardening In Florida I leNTil JIIHC1A1. CIRCUIT, IN claiming I Interest '

I AN U FOIL KL.AULKH COUNTY.VLURIDA. Elsa 1 Year In Advene through, under or against RA"t. ,
(By Hervty Sharp) CASH NO. Iia MONO C. WILSON and ESTHER
This November MOSER. WIUK>N,
J.
I Continued: from Page 3) MATTHEW. Plaintiff, MARGARET ALDER WILBUR

U you ever find a sure-fire )LOSER,! HASTINGS MATTRESS and band ALLEN 55 Oreenacrea a WILBUR, her hus
VERA Avenue Scars.
November In the United States way to produce domancy in Defendant. & UPHOLSTRY WORKS dale N. Y, If alive and it dead

traditionally has been 'Turkey I plants ahead of every freeze, NOTICE TO API-BAR all( parties claiming .tMA'l.
trough
under
THE STATE OF FLORIDA. TO: 710-12 Lemon St. or against
Month." then shout it from the rooftop, VERA MOSER nAH T ALmm \ and Air
Pal atka. Florida UN 8. WI1.13UI1.THOMAS .
119 K. ISth Street
Turkey Month 1965 will be because it will be the discoveryof Brooklyn, New York Phone EA 5-9166 W. ALDER anti SAltA.

Just that, for turkeys are plentiful the century for gardeners. You are hereby notified that a I VENA cola ALDER, his wife. 121 Lin.
Furnitu% Upholstering Avenue, Wlnnetoka
suit for divorce has been filed against Illinois,
says the Florida Agricultural IJUAI.AC.RUIHTKICT you In the above entitled Bepolrea 4 Unfinished it alive and if dead, parties
NORTH QHMO1D and are hereby requiredto claiming interest by, through un-
Extension Service. cause you Mattresses & Box Springs
Plaintiffs .Attorney.whose der or against' TIOMAS ALDER:
serve upon '
Also plentiful this month are NOTICK OF MKKTING LANDOWNER name and address appear Mad.. to Ordtr.Also Renovated and SARAVENA ALDER.

Notice U hereby given that amettlnr hereon. your written defense If Call Laura Morris 4373233 CHRISIAN SCIENCE BENEVO
onions cabbage rice split peas
In LENT
of the Owners of Land alt- any, to the Bill of Complaint Massachui -
and sweet potatoes as well as uated In the North Ormond lirnln- said suit, on or before the 11th Alter 6:00 P. M. sets <- toONlor Falmouth
day of December 19 J, else decree Street Boston II
age Dl trlct In Voluela and Fl.",* PRICES REASONABLE. Massachusetts.
and frozen concentrated confesso will be entered a-
apples, prunes, ler Counties In hereby called to be pro
BUDGET PLAN IF NEEDED. and all
DUtrlct at ralnst you.WITNESS unknown lien
of the
held the office
at
Juice. :0:4rL.:
orange hand and seal of holders and claimants
420 Sea breele Boulevard. Daytona my Just as near as your unknown
Potatoes, onions and rice all Beach. Florida, came being In the aid Court this Sth day of November Phone or Post Office and heirs, legatees, devisees
A. D. 1'65. legal representatives
of all
'are scheduled to be on hand in County December of 1.Voluela,1965 at on S o'clock Wednesday I'. M., (Official Seal) E..A. SMYTHE Drop Us A Card or Call claiming 1 tonhave dead having or

abundance, reflecting record for the purpose of electingSuper Clerk of said Court Free Pick-up & Delivery nterest: claim any right here".
Hen
or on the
It.
visors and for any other Dullness By Julia Harvey
crops. The fall potato crop is estimated that may com before the meeting.At Deputy ClerkV. matter* described lands and all per
lone whom lt.mr
at 20.9 billion pounds such election, each and every U Wadsworth. IN' TIIH CIRCUIT COURT, SEVENTH the following land concern situate, towatt *
a of land In the District shall
acre 1' O. Box ISCUunnell. Jt'UICIAL' CIRCUIT. IN: in I
22 percent above last fall, ac represent one share and each owner Florida Art! FOIl KLAHtKIt (COUNTY rlb ? :r:County, Florida and de.
f shall be entitled to one vote In per- t Plaintiff KI.OIUIIA. IN CIIANCKHY CASH
cording to the U. S. Departmentof eon or by proxy In w land duly Nov. -trlir.A Dec. 1-4to NO. 15143ANGUS Parcel II
and the
Norlh-
signed for each acre of ownedby L9"
Agriculture. Production of late erly one-half (H) of Lots U and
him In such District. Ouardlans COI'RT OK
IN TIIH CIRCI'IT
I a IIYNOLDS. JR.. n, Block 17 't
summer onions for storage is may represent their Wards Executors KI.AH1.Klt COI7VTY, FLORIDA. Plaintiff shown In 1'lat' Book own of I, IJunnell at as ,
Page 3
and Administrators .
may represent IN CIIANCKHY NO. HIM:
set at over 20 billion pounds. the Estate of deceased persons WILLIAM J. NUGENT. MERCEDES'N.. REYNOLDS Public Florid&Records of hailer County,

Better than average split pea and Private Corporation maybe Plaintiff D.lttnd.nt.NOTU"IC .
represented by their officers or .,
TO AIM'HAIt Parcel
S.
Lots
supplies this November should duly anthorlxod Agents.It MARION F. THE STATE OK FLORIDA TO: 7,u)3of 1Lots It
NUGErJlend..nt 8oitllVli0nJ! >' lC.<
Is ordered that this Notice be ,
MERCEDES M, REYNOLDS
make excellent low-cost buys, published once a week for two consecutive NOTICE TO DKKKNU! Apartment 1. as shown In Plat 17, Town of llunnell.

while cabbage is expected to be weeks In the Daytona. THE STATE OF FLORIDA NUUENT TO: 11 Rose Court J. Pubtlo Records of Book Vlagler 1 at County Page*
Beach Observer, a newspaper published MARION F. Campus Manor Florida.
in better suply than last, year- In Volusla County. Florida 14< E. l nth Street Amherst New York

and The Flagler Tribune a newspaper Bronx New York You are hereby notified that a Parcel a. Lot 1
Block 19
aboue 8 Town
percent more. published In Flagler County, You are nereby notified that a suit for divorce has been filed of llunnell. as shown In Plat
Book
Apple production this year is Florida. Data of first publication suit has been filed against you In against you In the above entitled 1 at -. i-ubllo Records of
November 11. 1* expected to rank second largest BOARD OF SUPERVISORS are hereby required to rlhr.o't answer to serve upon Plaintiffs Attorney, I.

V. Guy Day, Secretary.Nov. with the Clerk ., whoso name and address appear I Parcel. -h (\40)
mineral
since 1949 with a total commercial .On
lI.u-a5-atc and to serve a copy thereof upon hereon, your written defense If rights of S of the Unnumbered

crop estimated at 1312 millions the plaintiff or plaintiffs attorney, any to the Dill of m n\oc: block easterly of Block 10 Town of .
IN TIlE CIRCI'IT 'OI'UT OF whose and address Is
name :
said suit I on or before the Uunnell of record In Map Book 1,
bushels. KLAUI.KIt COI NTY. KI.OIUIIA RAY SELDENSelden day of November 1)18. else decreepro 3, Flagler: Florid.
And with USDA's Consumerand IN CIIANCKHY: NO. SIM Building confesso will be entered against and a portion: of ::t'l'I. 1. and
JOHN Q. SWEEK. Daytona Beach Floridanot pou. I, U1OCK. """' In Section 14 'accord.
Marketing Service adding Plaintiff, later than December 4th A. D. WITNESS my hand and seal of map of Bunnell Develop*
VI. IMS.If. aid Court this llth day of, October ment
Company's land of In
record I
prunes and frozen orange juiceto PHYLLIS I'. SWEEK. you fall to do so decree procont..o A. D. 1165.SIdAL Up Hook 1, Page I, Flagler Coun
foods lots Defendant.NOTICK will be entered againstyou ( ) E. A. AMYTllm ty ..Florida said
the list of plentiful Parcel described
TO DKKKNU
for the relief demanded in the
Clerk of said Court as follows Begin
of good fruit juice buys shouldbe THE STATE OF FLORIDA TO: bill of complaint. The nature of By Julia R. Harvey the easterly line of at Allen a point Street In

PHYLLIS P. 8WEEK said suit being for divorce. Clerkw. fi street as now Uw out, eIJ'
in the offing. RFD Mills Pond Road
WITNESS my hand and seat of .. wANnvoqTuP point being a distance of 101.0'
Food shoppers also will find New St. James York., Long Island said Court A. this Snd day of November 1't O. BOX t.iliunnell. north ||* J|' east from the Inter,
Florida section of
sweet potato stocks well above You are hereby notified that a (Official lu""lr:5.: A. PMYTHE Attorney for I'lalntlff northerly' line said of land south with Anderson the
suit has been filed against you In Clerk of said Circuit Court
Oct. 31.36 Nov. 4.11-Ito Street 10'
last year. In fact this year's cropis the above entitled cause; and you By Julia It. lI.r"yNov _._- thence a Mouth street 81* as iV now laid out;

expected to run about 200 million are hereby with the required ktoorl this our Court answer C.I1.1I.n-4te Deputy Clerk ix: TIDE JIIDICIAClliclllT niirtriT coutr, OKVUNTIL IN. lfnc.t of. 110'! to Point east a thence dls
|| SI'
least
Noah distance of
a
pounds more than in 1964. and to serve a copy thereof upon AND mil KI.AUt.Klt C(1UliiTY. ISO to f point' thence North ;II*
the plaintiff or plaintiffs attorney IN TIDE CinCI'IT ('Ol'UT orI"I.AUI.IoII
KI.ORIDA AT LAW NO. M| 10' West distance
a of 714.19'
So for wise November shop. and address Is to
whoso name : COI'NTY "' 1.OII1UAI THE ROUHINO AUTHORITY OK the Westerly line of lot I afore
RAY 8KLDENSelden! CIIANCKRY NO. 1154 THE COUNTY OK FLAULER. said thence '
ping, shop plentiful foods. ) South. Ol IT' East *
Richard W Tlnsman
FLORIDA distance 01 I....
Ileac Florida to a point: thence
Daytona Plaintiff slate north IS' 10'
a agency West
a distance of
not later than December II, A. D. AnnvCopeland Petitioners.A. aO.II' to a *>2'n' 1"5.It. Linda Tlnsman
,
u. West a distance of 10V
to the
fait to do so. decree pro Defendant norkiisRS
you c. et ai., point of beginning
ronfeaso will be entered against NOTICE TO IIK.KK.NII Defendants.NOTICM .
you for the relief demanded In the THE STATE OK FLORIDA. TO-: / TO APPHAR ANDIIKKKNI Marlon Street
WANT T'o N.LCE bill of complaint Th. nature of LINDA ANN COPELAND h TINA ) Unnumbered Block easterly of the
said suit being for divorce. MAN TUB STATE OK FLORIDA. TO I Ii Block easterly of
S0
., NBWSPIAPER
Ao
WITNESS my hand and seal of whose residence and post ofilceaddress i Parcel I. A. O. ItOI.xlEitll; and
6LYING'tUNCr.Mi1N said Court this Ith day of Novenibr are unknown.You PAULINE KOIKIERM. llunnell. That alley In the
i unnumbered
A.. P. 1941.Official are hereby notified that a Florida. block
WIetTiFtfI ( Seal.. E. A. 8MTTHB suit has been filed against you In EDWIN C. WILSON and- easterly of Block! ...

Clerk of said Circuit CourtBy the above entitled cause: and you Wilson, hit wife, If married whose Marlon' Street easterly of Lot 1,
Julia R. Harvey are hereby required to
I rlhr.o'U'o an. Christian name U unknown, till Block If.That .
Deputy Clerk swer with the Clerk P. Street N. W, Wathlmton 7. t
Nov. 11.11-1 A Dee. 1-4 to and a ropy thereof upon ? ail I
lo.lrr.o U. <;? I alive and If dead 10 alley In Block If.
the plaintiffs' attorney, claiming Interest by.
parties
IN: TIIH cincfiT COURT KVKNTII whose name and address Is: or against KDWIN You are hereby notified
OITIAI. ClltCt'lT' RAY SRLDKNHelden : IbroufJ'Houndtr: that the
'-- WILSON above petitioner has
AND FOR .. ..AUI.F." COUNTY, Building his brought this
wife. cause to condemn the
KI.ORIDA. CASE NO. Daytona Beach. Florida, RAYMOND C. WILSON and K8' above described; for public property
a
purpose -
MARUARET C. EHTKfl.Plaintiff. not later than December Uhf A. DIf TIIKIl WILSON, his wife, 610 ElmStreet to.wltt for the constructionof
19(1. ( Reading Pennsyl low rental publlo
WYLIE T. "KHTEH. you tall to do so, decree proconfesso vanla. If alive and If dead, all par necessary appurtenance pertaining

Pelend.nt.OTI"JII will be entered against ties claiming. interest by. through, thereto and to acquire f.e simple
TO ATPKAItTUB rOil for the relief demanded in the under or against RAYMOND/ ) C. title to said lands.
of complaint. The nature of
STATE OK KU>KIDA. TO: said suit being for divorce. WILHON and KHTIIKU WILSON You and each of you are hereby

WYLIE T KHTK.H WITNESS my hand and seal of AI.DRR commanded to urb. and appear In
MAKHARKT WILBUR
c/o Mrs. William H. Estes the for the Seventh
said Court this Snd day of November drcu" \
and AL.LKN H. WILBUR, her husband Judicial
IJncolnton. Georgia A. t). IKS. In and for nee.
$AY,TiMli ISi'iOesT You are hereby,. notified that a (Official' Hal) HMYTIIK 56 Oreenacr-s eA r.ue't: ftrara- Ur County, llth
t.ain.It
cud dale, N. Y., If dead,
: suit for divorce has been filed against Clerk of Circuit Court day of December, the of.5ce
fRR1l1Ci all parties claiming Interest bythrough
you In the above entitled Ry Julia It. HarveyNov. ; of the Clerk of said Circuit
cause and you are hereby requiredto Clerk under or "gainst MAR Court to show what right title.

serve upon llalntlff Attorneywho 4.II.II.H-H.11"1' OAIIKT ALDER .WlLllim andALLKN Interest or lien you or any of you
nam and address S. WILBUR.THOHAM to the above
appeahereon. :
W ALDKK SARA- cI'Id.r and"to
and :
your written defense. If IN: TIIK ('0t'NTY .I1'Oowe c'nl'IIT ALHItJl' show cause
any to the Bill of Complaint In IN Aril KOIt KI.AULK.II COIN.TtVKI.OIIIIIA. : VENA wife, II* Lin* why the same should not be taken
said suit on or before the llth day VilE NO. coin Avenue, Wlnnatka. nllnol'l It for the uses and purpose above
O of December "". else decree pro IN UK: Ratal of alive and If dead, all III. described .n.' for other relief as
ronfeaso will be entered again LEONARD VA HNNWOiIT11, Ing Interest THOMAS by through under or may be necessary or default will
against W, ALDKR and
'ou. I..d.DTIC'M I* entered against you.
WITNESS hand and seat of IIA teA VE A ALDF.lt
my TO CKKDITOHd Also TAKE No TICS that a flee.
CIIRIMTIAN rM'IKNCH IIKNEVO.
aid Court this Ilk day of Novem To all
creditors
and all persons of been filed
ber.Official A. D. l l'. having claims or demands against sells LENT Corporation ASSOCIATION 10)a )tr"'I1I1f..t -:: h Lar.Inu! .r.I".In\.b:\ Slice of the
1 ( Seal) E. A. 8MYTHE said estate Massachusetts. Clerk of In this
I Itoiton II. Court
Clerk of said Court You and each of this cause
7u' are hereby ROY of the of above
R. Julia R. Ilarver notified and required which.. any WINIFItEIl 1.. McNA11NAhrtatiler fur the aforesaid purposes, as set
WadsworthDeputy Clerk claims and demands you. or Reach forth In the petition filed In this
W .. either of you may have against CITIZENS ldI7ANK OF cause and that this cause will be
I' O. Bo* IXllunnell. Ih. ....1. 01 WCONAIt1) II'AIO" IIUNNELL", for hearing before the
Bunnell. Florida.
Florida WORTH' deceased, late of riigler Pare-l I 1. ItOHKRT 1'04 mUll". Honorable Howell V/ Msll
ac il.lr1I1'1:1 l 0Vlfvrl4'rM*' the "' T K Judge of this Court or other Judge
: : : to.r Jit. and KVKLYN PARKIHH. his'
Nov :. J-4tc ) nVJ .I
of that be
Ur Loom may silting .In his place
wife I til Is Avenue, Daytonall
County{ oua.llourthQu... In Bun- *.rh. Florida on the llrd day of November. IMS.
nell. Fi e.l.r County Florida wtn| EDWIN C. WIIXON and at 1 00 o'clock P. M. at Chamitere.
In sli months from the date of the WILSON his wits If -marrUd KUgUr County Courthouse Run-
first publication of this notice. C'hplsllsn nell Florida to consider said
whose name I le unknown,
Each claim or demand must be ; 111) I*. Sheet N. W Washington 1)eclaratlon of Takingand take
BUDDY KNOX SERVICE- CENTEROn ot In writing residence and must state the place I 7. !>. C, claiming{ and, d, such other action as the Court
and
post-office address Parties interest Allthrough deli proper a* provided by law,
of the claimant and must be sworn parties lo this suit and all

AlA & N. 4th St, FUfler Beach to his by the claimant his agent or WIUION under an4.or against-WILSON KDWIrc !, KM Us In Interest may appear and
attorney or It will become void his wife. heard at that time and place.
according, la law. r> You are hereby required and ore
RAYMOND WILSON and Kf*
Lash: creditor shall deliver suf. WILHON dered lo file your answer lo said
Phone 439-9221 TIIKR his 119 Kim
wife
Alcent copies of his uim to en petition In the office of lh. Clerkof
Street I Rear). Reading, Pennsylvania.
able the County Judge tile
to mall one Circuit c.t.t Flatter
If alive and If dead all
par
10 each personal
('osal
In
.repreeentallve. Florida. the Courthouse.
Dee claiming Interest br. through
r4 October 37. Af.. I llunnell.
Ml. RAYMOND vtorMa. on or before the
(nTj Hlaaley I. r.r..r.A'ml"I..Ir.lor .,,. under WIU4ON or and again KXTHKIt WII.MONMAROARKT ) .C. llth day of ecember, IMJ. and
As .t the Estate ALDKR WILIIUU to serve a ropy of your .j IA en.

of Leonard Karnaworth.Nev. and AIJJ-.N .. WILiiUlt her hus swer upon W. l. WADVvTORTH.
: I'. (). Ik.i 196 Runnel. Florida ate
24 HOUR HEAVY DUTY WRECKER SERVICE /:Ylr.t186.: :: ublicetton ont Novemb er dab baitd. N.14
1.11.1/.33-/te all parties claiming Interest by.through. II Hereby Ordered thisnolMro
under MAR
or against II.IJ
(SAME ALDKR WILJIUR andAIJ.EN and b*> onroa
? week lou
i H. WILBUR. for eoneeentlvo week
THOkfAM W..614)118 and MARA pr/or to said date In The fUgUrTrlhun

... .. *. a newspaper Mvla a i
VENA ALDER his/ wife Ill .
; ITIjr .1glr rlbunrNCNELL eneral circulation. In riagler
coin Av.nue. Wlnnalka. Illinois. If Florida. -
CRAIG FUNERAL HOME live and If dead, all County
pe'U..l..I"- IIKftKIM FAIL NOT as a defualt
: FLORIDA ln enler..l against ,....
atalast ALDER and
,
hand Clerk ef
my as
A. B. OAia fiumal Dlrt tot HARAVrNA AI.i.EII.1'HlUTIAN WITNKXM
< said Court and the Seal of said
MR. M a PULLER, Killer WIKNCK IIENKVO: Court this Ilih day ef liriober.

, BOBCXT WOILET. AModate WENT AJ4WJCIATION.. Uf M-sea hu* A. I'. U", al ...."..I.. hatter
setts Corporation. Kalmoulklr
Dot.sld a.we..... to* all ..t. Sector II. li/ass.ekue.ls. county FlerMa.Clr .

** OXYGEN Legal ........... Parcel 4. KDWIN c' WILSON < .ult Court Mealls
I LADY I and WILHOK. nl. wife Ifmarried / K. A, KWYTHi:

'OONDITIONED I I I EQUIPPED whose CnvUlUn I* .". K. A. HMYTIIKxlperk ef the

I A r..ten4 u eei,4 etasr ....., known till P. Street N.W, YfttttInglon. Circuit. Court. FlagUr Leone
CHAPEL TI"D"'D.un'.umt1I..UCES| Ysbr'.ry t. Ittl. e& t .-t- : T. U C, If alive and If ty. Florida '

U* at Bv...... "'rt... ...... deed. all slalmlng laurest sW, U Wadswortk
Act af Martk 5. 11ft ro th.a4er or against F'1.. W .. Wad* ortaP.
Phone ID 7- 532 tiJ C vVJLftO.N a -WlLJioN.ale U IJo, It4
wif*. tlUBMlf. KlAfM
0.0 seer ..-u.e. flAYMOMD C. WILSON and r-- roll
281 C. MOODaLTD.. lUJTHILL. TtOKDA 21. __eM -.I... TIIKn WIIJt0TZ nle wife lie Kim PET/TIOONhi( l:

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Zeno TrojanOf DISACCREDITATIONContinued Frank Hormes Of Bunnell \ Bulldogs H.L. !fOH' CO.: WILL-

From Page 1 HAVE WEST SIDE

Korona do their self evaluation. This is Flagler Beach, Downs KeystoneAt TAX PAYERS MEET

done each five years. Dies (Continued from part 1)
Dies SundayZeno Mr. Harris also said he felt SaturdayFrank HomecomingThe Moore, the tax assessor of Flag

Trojan, son of Mrs. Lil the public should know his Hormes, resident of Bunnell Bulldogs scored ler County. The field men will
lian Trojan and the late Barney status in regards to his Masters I I Flagler Beach for the past ten almost as many points Friday request to enter the buildings to
Trojan, died Sunday In the Flag. degree and asked that the fol. ''years' died Saturday at the local I night as they 'have all the rest gather information on the inter-
ler Hospital after a lengthy ill lowing letter be published.The hospital. He was 72 years of of the season combined in a 28-6 lor construction and measure
ness. He was a life long resident letter is to Dr. Vincent I romp past Keystone Heights. the exterior dimensions.
'of Korona, and was 50 years of McGuire of the Southern Association age.Funeral service was held from I I Bunnell had managed only 29 General questions will be asked .
age. He was a member of the and is from G. Ballard the Flagler Beach Methodist I points for their other seven concerning ages of buildngs,
St. Mary's Catholic Church.He Simmons Dean and Chairman of Church at 2 p. m., Tuesday afternoon I.. games. The offense finally got remodeling, major repairs 'and
Is survived by his mother Department of School of Admin. with Rev. Reynold rolling and must keep the same maintenance. Persons not at
Mrs. Lillian Trojan of Korona; I istration at the University of Hoover officiating. Burial followed pace this week against Hastings.The home at the time of the survey
a sister Mrs. Leonard Drazba, Florida.Mr. at the Espanola Ceme Homecoming victory was will find a card with the firm's

Korona; a brother, Henry Trojan Coy Harris has completedall tery. an almost comolete. reversal for local telephone number and certain
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of Newport, R. I. of ,the work leading to the Survivors include his wife, the Bulldogs, now saddled witha questions regarding the interior
Ii Rosary was said at the Craig degree .of Master of Education, Louise of Flagler Beach; a 2.5.1 record. The coaching construction of the homes.
I Chapel on Tuesday night. Funeral with specialization in the area daughter, Mrs. Helen Holmes; staff feels the boys gave more Anyone having difficulty in
services were held at the of Administration and Supervision a son; Frank J. Hermes, Jr., Baltimore second effort in this game than completing the card may call
St. Mary Catholic Church of Ko except for one course, nanv ; 1 sister, Mrs. Marie any of the previous gam!. the office for assistance or re
rona and burial was in St. ly, EDHB 590 Seminar in Bopst of Ft. Lauderdale. Bunnell took charge from the quest an appointment for a
I Mary's Cemetery, Korona. Rev. Social and Philosophical Foundations -I Pallbearers were: Stanley I first with a first quarter driveof visual inspection of the Interior.
Father Anthony Leon, Priest of of Education. He is taking Germak, K. L. Whitney, Buddy '65 yards with Harry Bullock The card is self addressed and
fit Mary's, officiated.Pallbearers this course on the project Knox, Cecil Westbrook Sr., scoring on a seven yard run. may be returned by dropping it
were Walter Krol, plan and will have completedthe Walt Homnes, Grady Prather. Walton Cowart kicked the first in the mall.
Danny Smlgielski," Joseph Slovak work before December 1, Craig Funeral Home, of Bun of his four conversions. The meeting will consist ota

Stanley Kozak, Ed Zeller, 1965. Upon completion of the nell was in charge of arrange Keyston made it close short ,talk on the purpose of
before
and Ted Cyzyckl. course, the State Superintendentof ments.. halftime the program and the proceduresto
when
Steve
Craig Funeral Home, Bunnell Public Instruction will issue Brokus be used in conducting the
I r threw a 70 yard to
Gary
pass
was in charge of arrangements. There
his Rank II certificate, and the Cooper. 'But the conversion attempt survey. will be representatives
Mater of Education degree will LENSSEN ELECTED I I failed and Bunnell led on hand to answer any
; CITY STUDYING be formerly conferred by us on 7-6 questions that may be asked regarding
April 23, 1966, when we awardour TO AMERICAN ANGUS .h I However. Bunnell broke the program. The firm
TREATMENT PLANT I It
first master's degrees.Mr. ASSOCIATION ,open in the third quarter on a invites all property owners to
TO SOFTEN WAER Harris is a graduate stu 40 yard run by Bill Harris and attend and to become familiar
Thomas L. Lenssen, Bunnell, with the program.
dent of extremely high 50 yard sustained
competence march with
Continued From Page 2 has been elected to
,who has our complete confidence membership David Spivey scoring from the
sulfide odor. The water and in the American Angus Association -. 12. The world's longest train tun.
drogen we are very happyto Spivey took a 37 yard pass
does not contain a natural fluo make this report on his be. at St. Joseph, Missouri,j, from Cowart that was battedin nel bores under Italy's Lepon-
4 ride content which, at certain half. If there is anything else announces Glen Bratcher, secre the air by a Keystone defend. -tine Alps for 12.3 miles.

I concentrations, !is beneficial to that should be done to qualify tary. er for the last score with 7 seconds ;90 Passing Yardage 95
J the teeth of children him for County Superintendent, This, membership was, one of left on the clock.Statistics 7.10 Passes Att.-Com. 6.14
None of these water quality please write me.Cordially. 471 issued to breeders of registered : 1 Passes' Intercepted By 0
deficlences, except possibly the Aberdeen-Angus in the Bunnell Keystone I 0 Fumbles Lost 0
,
flouride deficiency, causes ''any yours United States during the past 14 First Downs 8 ,3-37: Punts 5.30
physiological harm to the G. Ballard Simmons I month 265
user
Rushing Yards 100 i 50 Penalties 20
so there is no cause for alarmon -
this score. The dentist can ,
apply the necessary fluoride to I


However harden benefits, the there children's are and several'many teeth.economic less I Now '66 Chevelle Malibu by Chevrolet


tangible but nevertheless desir
able benefits will be'realized w

with the treatment of the water. Two
new
racy
The proposed treatment will produce .
water that contains no hardtopsA
iron, no. odor, no color and a
substantial reduction in hard. tlean-sculptured new sport

ness. n ---., coupe with recessed r'ar
It is recognized that many of window,and-for the first timea
i i the water users in Bunnell have 4-door ChtvtIU SportS
already Installed their own "" .fi.A. V ,. .dsn. Pick from 12 racy-look
'
home softeners or have a com Ins new Ch.vttl.s In all for'66.
,,
i mercial 1 soft water service regularly .
1 I replace softener cartridgesand Not only will you find more
by this means have obtained variety in the '66 Chevelle

)J soft, Iron-free water. The expense l lineup, but even more of what
,t. of these units is usually makes a Chevelle a Chevellet .
k greater, even when they are us '* Say you pick a new Malibu
I ed to soften only part of the Sport Sedan and specify the

l'' water than the expense of a new 220-hp V8. You've got
'J municipally softened water. Thisis
yourself quite a machine.
not to say that all use of home '?4
units will be eliminated. Some Or pick a Malibu Sport
of the users may wish to continue t. :. Coupe, equip it with the new

to use their home units to ; Sratobncket front seats,
.. rk realize the maximum economy and order the new 275-hp V8.

f :1n water softening which is obtained ,, r r You've got yourself even
\ when home units are ;;' more machine.iVL .
used to augment the municipal Or maybe you'd like to
treatment This aspect will be
pick a new black-grilled SS
discussed in the next article.
.. 396 Coupe or Convertible.
The next article, to appear
Standard Is .
next week, will discuss the eco *- ? ( engine a Turbojet
"" 396 V8 with 325 hp. And
: nomic and other benefits of a "
better water quality such as '' there's also a 360-hp version
will be obtained with municipal J'_,'_,'' k 'M you can specify.) Now you've

treatment of water. The third ,,1 r ., got yourself the most.
article, to follow, will describe : I 1 Which '66 Chevelle for
;1 t' the treatment methods and plant
? The
you answer to that
and will discuss the City Com "
1< t" mission's plan for construction J, covers a lot more ground thanwe
) and financing the project The can here. And that's

4'-: : fourth article will summarize J' where your Chevrolet dealer
I f;' and answer questions that may comes in.

:-;;' arise after reading the first three
articles or which may arise in r
7
I I" !! discussions with your Commissioners. .
I; ,,1- '66 CAeuUs Malibu Sport Couportfrouiuf( ) and ruv j-door Malib Sport Sedan.

I !w 'u! CARD OF THANKS See the new '66 Chevrolet Chevelle
{, Chevy P Corvair and Corvette at
I j'1 :' 1 We wish to express our appreciation MNNN.N........___u-- wN.MNN rMN NNWMNwrNNrr r. your dealer's
.
: for the
t and thanks .t.l.11
'
Ii,, many acts of kindness and the
f : expressions of. sympathy we received r
o "'i" during' our recent! bereavement : .
LCHEVROLET COMPANY

Doots McReady
Phyllis. Harrison 200 S. STATE BUNNELL FLORIDA PHONE 437-3131'