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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 18, 1965
Publication Date: -1981
Frequency: weekly
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Subjects / Keywords: Newspapers -- Bunnell (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Flagler County (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
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Spatial Coverage: United States -- Florida -- Flagler -- Bunnell
Coordinates: 29.4675 x -81.256944 ( Place of Publication )
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Dates or Sequential Designation: Began in 1917?
Dates or Sequential Designation: -69th year, no. 36 (Sept. 3, 1981).
General Note: Mrs. M.B. Fuller, editor.
General Note: Description based on: Vol. 43, no. 20 (June 2, 1955).
Funding: Funded by NEH in support of the National Digital Newspaper Project (NDNP), NEH Award Number: PJ-50006-05
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Preceded by: St. Johns tribune
Succeeded by: Palm Coast news
Succeeded by: Flagler/Palm Coast news-tribune

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r VOLUME 63, NO. 46 BUNNELL, FLORIDA, THUURSDAY, NOV. 18, 1965 S2.60 A YEAR
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'&.. r. Washington Oaks ALL OFFICES AT Bunnell Proposes THANKSGIVING Legion Plans

THE COURTHOUSE HOLIDAYS FOR
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Park Acquires Water PlantImprovements Post ActivitiesFor
CLOSE TWO DAYSAll COUNTY SCHOOLSThe 'i

. 73 More Acres offices in the Flagler County Thanksgiving Holidays Holidays
Courthouse will be closed on ,
, Purchase of a 73-acre addition I. will begin for the Flagler County -
, Thanksgiving Day November of Various post activities during 1
State Park Ed Note-This is the second a
Oaks ,
to near Washington Marlneland by the Florida 25, and also on Friday November series of articles prepared by the Schools at 3:15: November 24 the Christmas holidays was .

Park Board has been approvedby 26.This. engineering firm the city proposes and continue until Monday planned at the American Legion '
r included the offices of the meeting Monday evening.
the Cabinet Outdoor Recreational to employ to design and morning November 29.
Council. Clerk Sheriff Judge Tax Assessr. install a water softening treat Committees were appointedand
Tax Collector School plans laid for repeating the
State Parks Director N. E. Bill Super. ment plant her. .
ntendent Service Officer and annual Community Christmas
Miller said the $100,000 purchase December 7th is an election
Supervisor of Elections and the Moody Family Tree. This will be held Just after
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t. will be made from the estate of day for Bunnell voters. The cltzerts I '
y Mrs. Owen D. Young who donated County Arent.Hastings. are being asked to decide I Holds llth dark on the evening of Saturday
December 18.
! the park to the state In whether or not to have their 1
, 1964. Mrs. Young was the widow Nudges City Commission proceed with Also plans were made to hold ;
. Annual ReunionThe th annual post covered dish .
l of the former Chairman of the preparations to construct a new supper ,
Board of General Electric Corp Bunnell 20-17 treatment plant which will provide and Christmas party the evening ",
of December 20, to which
oration. soft, Iron-free water to all Eleventh Annual reunionof
Miller said the 73-acre addition Friday Night customers. The voters are urged the Moody Family was heldat all Legionnaires and their families l
i' will Increase the size of the to study the issue carefully and the Bunnell Civic Center Sun. are Invited.
park to a total of 340 acres of Bunnell High School built upa make their wishes known at the day with approximately 125 at. Reports were given on the
i\I'-\
turkey shoots, three of which
, land bounded by the Intracoast- 10 point half time lead onlyto polls. Discuss the matter with tending.In have been held and fourth and "\ ,
al waterway on the west and the have Hastings come from behind your City Commissioner and addition to those from Flag last will be held this Sunday
Atlantic Ocean on the east. on 'a Dickie Irwin lead plan to attend the open meeting Per County there were members afternoon behind the White
l Included In the purchase Is drive in the fourth quarter. at City Hall on Monday night from Cocoa Beach Orlando Eagle in Korona.A .
, Mrs. Young's former country The final drive covered 58 December 6th for a question. flames City, Tampa Ormond report was made on the
home and an adjacent guest yards after Irwin and quarter- answer-discussion session. Beach New Smyrna Beach South Veterans Day Parade. It was reported -
cottage, Miller said. back Alley Smyly combined to This Is the second of a seriesof Daytona Beach Ocala Galnes a lot of favorable comment A
give Hastings their other fourth four articles prepared to ac. vile, High Springs Lake City had been received for the

Club quarter touchdown. The second quaint the readers with the Jacksonville, Waycross, Macon 100 or more school 'children car. j'
Arranges Hastings touchdown of the night water quality problems that exist and Baxley, Georgia.TAXPAYERS eying American Flags-the gift "

f For New Service came as smyley passed to Irwin and the efforts of the City of the local post. In addition. It "
for a nine yard toss after the two Commission to correct the de. was reported these children had "r
4 connected for 52 yards Just before ficiencies. The first article pub. URGEDTO been Instructed on proper display '.
, For Its MembersThere the scoring play. IIshed last week discussed the of the Flag on proper oe.caslon.s.
Bunnell after being stalled on quality deficiencies of Bunnell's ATTEND MONDAY
The
were 53 members present flags were taken by
when the Flagler Senior a drive that carried, to the 10 water. This article will discuss NIGHT MEETING the children to their homes.
: yard line Walton Cowart kickeda some of the points which make
Citizens dub met Tuesday eve- from Bunnell and
24 yard field goal to give Bun. poor water quality undesirableand Taxpayers
nlng Nov. 16 In Community nell a 3.0 lead In the first quar the economic and other ben the West side of the County are Billy Matthews
Hall of the Municipal Building reminded of a meeting Monday
" Flagler Beach. Welcomed Into ter.Bunnell elite which are realized by prop. night at the Bunnell Civic Center
took to the air lanes Veterans
er treatment of the wajer. Day 1
t., the dub were .new. .members ? 7:30. ,
at : t
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r' with end Stanford Robertson doIng .lfardness" in water I Is caused
Mrs. Emma Kulp and Mrs. Ma*
bel Ward bringing total mem most of the receiving to by' dissolved calcium, magnesium Guy Douglas of the H. L. Yoh Speaker Here
score Its first touchdown on a / Und iron In the water.
bership to 74, the highest figure Company, who are making a
reached In the Club's two yearsof 15 yard pass from. Quarterback Hardness In water Increases the tax reevaluation of the county, Speaking at the Veterans Day
operation. The Club began Its Walton Cowart' to end Stanford quantity of soap, synthetic detergent Is calling the meeting. It is being Program sponsored by The
R third season In October.At Robertson. The score' at this time and other washing materials held so the taxpayers will American Legion here Thursday
the business session which was 10-0 In favor of Bunnell. A needed for adequate become acquainted with the program Congressman D. R. (Billy) Mat.
followed a 6 o'clock potluck blocked punt In the fourth cleaning. It causes clothing plans. Members of the thews said

, supper the group laid plans for quarter led to the second touch hair dishes and other articles Company will be present to Today the veteran populationIs
transportation for members In down. Harry Bullock going the cleaned In It to be dull and answer any questions and explain 21799000. We honor them and
emergencies with a number last 9 yards on a reverse play sticky. A curd, Is formed which the'program. the hosts of others who hive
signifying their willingness to around the left side making the adheres to the surface of the ar fought In the nine armed con.
score 17.6 In favor of Bunnell. tide being cleaned and In
provide car service when called filets In which our nation has'
However, this lead was short lived clothes it stiffens the fibres and
upon. This was hailed as a big MRS. ROSE SECKNER been engaged. From the blood
f forward step In the Club's service because of mistakes on defense turns grey when Ironed. The Increased DIES NOVEMBER 8 soaked battlefields of the Revolutionary
to Its members. Group singing ond penalties on Bunnell's wear on the stiffened War to the jungles of
I r and card games rounded part and a determined effort on fibres and Increased number of Mrs. Rose M. Seckner of Flag I South Viet Nam. American lives
out the evening's entertainment. Hastings part gave Hastings a washings to keep them clean decrease let Beach and Ilion New York, I have made possible our heritageof
'r t. It was announced that at theClub's 20-17 victory over Bunnell. the life of the garment passed away November 5 In an today Let us pay special tribute
F\ next meeting Dec 7, a Statistics Hardness also causes formationof Albany New York Hospital following to those In South 'Viet Nam
film on nursing service would Bunnell Hastings a hard scale In hot water a long lines She was 76 who are protecting the securityof
f be shown courtesy of the Flag 11 First Downs 13 tanks and pipes which restricts years of age. She was a nativeof America.
lee County Health Department. 63 Rushing Yardage 201 flow and retards the heat trans Wind field, N. Y., and had resided "On this Veterans Day November
195' Passing Yardage 61 fer. Hardness also causes toughness In lllon the greater part of H, let us as a nation
MRS. SNAWADZDA 12.17 Passes Att. Com. 2.9 In vegetables cooked In the her life. She went to lllon two honor the memories of those who

r PASSES AWAY 0 Passes Intercepted by 0 water requires Increased quan years ago to reside with her have died for us by maintaining
0 Fumbles Lost 0 titles of coffee and tea for comparable daughter because of falling the strongest military posture in
IN MIAMI 241 Punting 2.36 flavor and causes "lime"deposits health. She was making plansto the world. This staggering burden .

Mrs. Kazmlra Konegunda 77 Penalties 36 In steam Irons and tea spend the winter months at Is necessary because the

Snawadzka a long time residentof Bunnell closes out its season kettles. There are many other her home in Flagler Beach when communist: enemy understands

t Favorttta, passed away No- Friday night as It Journeys to annoyances that are attributable she passed away strength and we believe In

: vember 10 at a HIaleah Convalescent Callahan to play the "Ramblers"from to hardness In water.It Mrs. Seckner and her late husband "peace' through preparedness.
I : Home. She was 86 yearsof Callahan. Is difficult to evaluate the the lat Milo Seckner "Let us as a nation through
age. She was visiting In Ilia economic' advantage In tender were the first to purchase lots in resolution maintain our Institutions
I leah with a daughter when she LOCAL FARMERS vegetables, soft fluffy clothes Flagler Beach after It was subdivided strengthen them and resolve .
had to enter a nursing home. NAMED TO STATE sparkling clear glassware and In the early twenties to persevere so that we can
She was a native of Poland no bathtub ring. However two They resided there sometimeand find the answer of war and
and came to the United StatesIn GROWERS ASSN. comprehensive studies to evaluate ', returned to lllon where they peace within our generation."Let .
1902. She had lived In Favo The Florida Fruit and Vegetable the economic benefits of lived until 1948 when they rt us as a nation practice
ritta for 37 years. Association's new president,, softened water have been made turned to Flagler Beach. She restraint In the exercise of our
She is survived by 3 daugh George H. Wedgworth of Belle One study In 1961 when the use was A member of the Commune vast military power so that we
.' tees Mrs. Pearl Newtek of Ilia Glade appointed members from of synthetic detergents' was well Ity Memorial Church of Flagler avoid that final catastrophewhich
p leah Florida; Miss Jeanette this area o 1965 GO committee established. reports that the savings Beach. would engulf all man.
SnawadxVa. San Dfago Call. W. W Deen, Bunnell. has been in soap detergents and kind but let us never shrink
other laundering materials She Is survived by two d ugh. from making decisions
k fornla; and Mrs. Helen Nuns. appointed to the cabbage com any necessary
... chtk of West Palm Beach Florida ralttee. amount<< to S1J5 per person per lets Mrs. Marie Dlstefano" of for our national< I ; 1 son, Caslmer John Snawa A. B. Johnston also of Bun. 100 parts per million of hardness Ilion N Y, and Mrs. Ruth Stafford "As Individuals let us be active
dzka of Favoretta; 3 grand children nell. was appointed to serve on each year If Bunnell's water of Nixon N. J; a sister. Mrs. In politics and in govern
I and 6 great grand children. the potato committee. hardness Is reduced from 300 to Gladys Day of Brooklyn. N. Y; meat with an unselfish InterestIn
: The Rosary was said at the Purpose of the FFVA Is to 70 parts per million and the average 4 grand children ,and 18 great the spirit of those who have
Carl F. Slade Chapel on Friday unite the efforts of producers household is four persons, i grand children. died on the battlefield for their

evening and Mass was held Saturday shippers packers and processor the savings every year In laundering Funeral services were held country."
from the St. John Apostle of Florida agricultural corn materials alone is expected I from the Whltier-HendrU Fun. Preceding the Memorial Sew
''t Catholic Church In Hlaleah. Interment modifies in their negotiations to be about $10.50 for teal Home in lllon on November Ice held In front of the Court.
, was at Vista Memorial with public and private agen each customer. The second' study 11. Interment was at the Cedar house th* annual Veterans Day

Gardens. de*. (Continued on page Z) vill Cemetery, Parade was led by "The" Biggest
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PAGE TWO iliJB FLAGLER TRIBUNE, BUNNELL, FLORIDA Thursday, Nov. 18, 1965


dollar month. Rinse water Florida. about this IX THE CIRCUIT COURT. SEVKJVTH .
Bunnell Proposes a per I I Flowering occurs JUDICIAL CIRCUIT, IVAN :
costs about 5 cents per month. The fruit Is well known In time of year and early winter ) FOR K1.AGLKU COUNTY
I FLORIDA. CASK NO. 8163;
Water PlantImprovements The soft water service costs subtropical areas of the world with fruit ripening In winter MATTHEW J. MOSER

from $3.50 to $4.50 per month for and can be grown throughout I and early spring.HASTINGS .vs- Plaintiff,

one regenerated tank Installed Florida. However 'the tree seldom VERA MOSER

and serviced. With municipally bears fruit in the northern : v'I NOTICE TO Defendant.API'KAIt

(Continued from page 1) softened water at 70 parts per part of the state because of cold MATTRESS THE STATE OP FLORIDA, TO:

million hardness most users Injury to flowers or young fruit 'I VERA :MOSER-
concluded other advantages
among
219 E. 28th Street
that soft water resultedIn who do not already have home- during the winter. 'h I II & UPHOLSTRY WORKS Brooklyn, New York

25',percent saving In fuel cost owned units or soft water serv The loquat tree, has an attractive I 710-12 Lemon St. suit You for are divorce hereby has notified been filed that against a-

for heating water 18 percent ice will probably not want them. appearance most of the year Palatka, Florida you In the above entitled

However those who have units and withxa little Phone EA 5-9166 cause and you Are hereby requiredto
saving in repairing, cleaningand care produces I I serve upon Plaintiff's Attorney,

replacing lime-caked plumb. already can use them to good regularly an abundance of fruit. Fumitu", Upholstering whose name and written address appear
hereon. your defense if
ing, fabrics show 25 percent less advantage on hot water systemsto Carl W. Campbell assistant t Repaired & Refinished any, to the Bill of Complaint
Mattresses & Box Springs said suit, on or before the lg:
wear and tear 50 percent less I reduce the 70 ppm waterto horticuturist at the Subtropical Made \o Order Also Renovated day of December 1965, else decree

coffee and tea are needed for zero hardness. With this, operation Station Homestead says thai Call Laura Morris 437.3233 pro confesso you.WITNESS. will be entered against >

flavorful drinks and razor blades the period between regenerations It's smart to plant only grafted After 6:00 P. M. my hand and seal of
should be about 4 trees of Seed said Court this 8th day of Novem
last 20 percent longer. The additional superior quality. PRICES REASONABLE.: ber, A. D. 1965.

,cost !to have softened times longer with a corresponding ling trees are likely to bear only BUDGET PLAN IF NEEDED. (Official Seal) E.' A. SMYTHE

Water will amount to only a decrease in cost to one- small crops of poor quality Just as near as your Clerk By Julia of said R. Harvey Court .

fraction of the costs listed above. I fourth that experienced with un- fruit. Phone or Post Office Deputy ClerkW. 1

softened city water. The result. Dr Campbell points out that Drop Us A Card or Call L. Wadsworth, r'
Softening, or hardness reduc
I Free Pick-up & Delivery P. O. Box 896 t
tion, may be carried out, in several ling mixed hot and cold water the tree reaches heights of 25 Bunnell. Florida oi

ways. Many Bunnell water would also be softer. feet and has a dense rounded IV THE COUNTY JUDGE' COURT Nova Attorney 11-18-25 for&Plaintiff Dec. 2 -4tc I

customers have their own softener | Softening of the municipalwater crown. He says the shape can' l\ ANt) FOil FLAGL.BII COUNTY -. IN TUB CIRCUIT COURT OF 1

or have soft water service I( will cost the customer be changed by pruning to make ,! FLOniOA.NO. T88 IN PItOBATF.CAPE KLAtiLKR (;OL"NTY. FLORIDA.
IV
units connected to their hot water I which uses the minimum of 300C harvesting the fruit easier if IN Estate RE: of LEE A. OSTEEN, WILLIAM CHANCERY J. NUGENT.NO. 8133 S

system. These units as longas gallons per month or less, $1.00 this is desired. I Deceaied. v.. PlaIntiff ,-

they are periodically regenerated per month. The customer who The loquat tree is evergreen TO ALL PERSONS NOTICE HAVING ANY MARION F NUGENT.Defendant.

remove all hardness from uses 10,000 gallons per month with large dark green leaws.HKQIKST THISESTATE DEMANDS AGAINST OSTEEN,
OF LEE A. NOTICE TO DEFEND
the water passed through them. will pay $2.05 per month for Dlcea..ed. THE STATE OF FLORIDA. TO:

Of course if the hot water i is softening and iron removal. It i is Notice Is hereby! FOR given IIIUH that the notified You and that each an of Order you are Declaring hereby 246 MARION E. 199th F. Street NUGENT

mixed with cold for temperature not difficult to conclude that I Board of County Commissioners of Administration of the Estate of Bronx New York.
Fluffier County. Florida will receive LEE A. OSTEEN. Deceased as Unnecessary You are hereby notified that a
control the effectiveness of the municipal softening of water I sealed bids at the office of has been entered by the suit has been filed against you In
the Clerk of the Circuit Court. Honorable T. K. McKNIGHT. Judge the above entitled cause: and
is will be of economic you
softening decreased. The advantageto. Bunnell. until 9 A. M. December 6th, of the County Judge's Court Flagler i are hereby required to our answer .
home-owned softeners cost from .all users with the possible exception 1985, tot the following: County. Florida. with the Clerk of this Court,
One ) 30 to 35 ton Loboy Trailer Kindly govern yourself accord- and to serve a copy thereof upon
$175 to $500 installed and salt of those who use very prefer one that loads from side. 'ingly. the plaintiff or plaintiff* attorney,
for regeneration costs the large quantities for irrigation. Also tractor truck to pull same. First Publication 10-28-65 whose name and address Is:
average Will consider nw or used.! Also /sT, K. Mc X RAY SELDEN
household from 80 cents to Fortunately the method of have a 25 ton Missouri Mule to J tTjud..e.. Selden Building
trade In. Truck and Loboy maybe Oct. 28 & Nov. .l1.U-Hc Daytona Beach Floridanot

------- -- softening planned for the Bun. "'L seen_! n .at._.. atockade_a_..."._ .)a ..Iaht. tn. "later than December" 4th. A. D.
nell plant also removes all iron rele' t any' ";'ndil' bld-v;;: "n. NORTH ORttOVn: iItAINAGMllMTItiCT 1965.If you fall to do so, decree pro

PETERSON TEXACO and hydrogen and a large part Dated at Bunnell. Florida, this NOTICK OF IANI>OWNKRMKKTI.0 < confesso! will be entered against
16th day of N eWlCK'UNE' you for the relief demanded! fn the
SERVICE, of the color In the water. Although OEOIWE E Notice U hereby given that a bill of complaint. The nature of
Chairman Board of County meeting of the Owners of Land situated said suit being for divorce.
ROAD SERVICE II the emphasis has been Commissioners In the North Ormond Drainage WITNESS my hand and seal of
on the advantages of softening ATTEST1: Dlntrlct In Volusla and Flag- said Court this 2nd day of November
Light Mechanical Work E. A. SMYTHE, Clerk ler Counties U hereby! called to beheld A. D. 1965.
Phone 4373441 the removal of iron hydrogen Nov, 1S.25-2tcIV at the office of the District at (UtflclalCBeerk SMTTHE
BunnU said
sulfide and color also offers significant 420 Seabreeze! Boulevard. Daytona of Circuit Court
TUB CIRCUIT COURT OPKI.Afll.KR
Beach Florida same being In the Dy Julia n. Harvey
advantages. Iron causes COUNTY, FLORIDAI County of Volusla on Wednesday, Deputy Clerk
CIIANrKRY<< NO. 8IONSALVATORE'RUSSO December! 1. 1965 at 2 o'clock P. M.I Nov. .I1.II.25-4tc
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stains
i on clothing, dishes, glass- 11\1'.1'. n ""v. for the purpose of electing Supervisors
0. F. ALT7ORD ware sinks and concrete. Hydro Plaintiff, I and for any other business 1ST TUB+! CIRCUIT COURT OF
VI. that may come before the meeting.At PLAULER COUNTY. FLORIDA
Register gen sulfide causes blackeningof *ucf election! each and every IN CIIANCRRY NO. SIM
1)f'lndllnt.NOTU' acre of land In the District shall Richard W, Tlntman
Real Estate Broker surfaces coated with lead. '': TO DEI'hYDTHE : represent! one share and each owner i Plaintiff,
base paints. Although home STATES OF FU1KIDA, TO: shall be entitled one vote In person v.
I BunnelU Florida: SALVATORE RU8SO. or by proxy ol In writing, duly Linda Ann Copeland Tins man,
softeners remove Iron additional whose residence and post office signed for each acre of land ownedby Defendant
are unknown.You him In such District. Guardiansmay NOTICE TO DEFEND
capacity and more salt are needed are hereby notified that a represent their Wards. Executors THE STATE OF FLORIDA. TO:
-- I to' cope with, the Iron than suit has been filed against you In and Administrators may represent LINDA ANN .COPELAND. TJX*.
the above entitled cause: and you the Estate of deceased persons MAN,
MILLERELECTRONICS for other softening. Moreover are hereby required ktoorlhr.oo: answer and Private Corporation may whose residence and post office
when with the be represented by their officers or address are unknown.
unsoftened
city cold wateris and to serve a copy thereof upon duly authorised Agents.It You are hereby notified that a
mixed with softened hot water the plaintiff or plaintiffs f.torn..y.: Is ordered that this Notice bepublished suit has been filed against you In
whose name and address once a week for two consecutive the above entitled cause and
; you
1744 Ocean Shore Blvd. more than one part of cold SAMUEL V. HOU'II weeks In the Daytona are hereby required to our an
water to three parts of hot water 110 North Third Street leach[ Observer a newspaper pub swer with the Clerk of this Court.
Palatka. Floridanot fished In VolusU County .Florida and to serve copy thereof
REPAIRS ON TV'S results in a water in which the later than December 18, A, D. and The Flairler Tribune a newspaper the plaintiff or plaintiff attorney upon,
I'
1965. published In Flagler County whose name and address Is:
WASHERSDRYERS iron content exceeds the max It you fall to do no decree! pro orlda. Date of first publication RAT SELDEN
imum United States confesso will be entered! against November!' 11. 1965. Selden Building
Public you for the relief demanded In thebill HOARD OF SUPERVISORS Ueach, Florida.IMS .
Health Service recommended of complaint. The nature of V, Ouy Day, Secretary not laterythan l>ecember 4th. A. D.
said suit being for divorce.WITNESS Nov. UU.Z5-3tc .
: Cadi Collect 672-0377 standard. my hand and seal of f> If you fall to do so, decree
said Court this 16th day of November i IV TIIK CIRCUIT CO I'HT OF contn.o.i.wm.b* entered against pro
ALL WORK The advantages of municipally A. D. 1965.' FI.Ai1.ElIIINTY. PLOH1IIA you for relief demanded in the
GUARANTEED treated (Official IV CIIANrF.HV/ NO. SIM bill of < .
water for hardnessand Clerk said Circuit Court i.c V"PulntTh nature of
of JOHN (l. $WEEK. '"litS.'iJL being fop divorce.
Iron removal are numerous. By Julia R. Harvey Plaintiff ..M1TNK8.iJ'ir.IUDd;J and seal of

1Communitv The economic advantage aloneis Now 18-15 A Dec. Deputy 2-9-4toIV Clerk PHYLLIS I''SWEEK.Defendnnt.v. A. I>. 2nd day of NovemT -

enough to make the clear. Official Seal le)5. E. A. BMYTHB
TIIH CIRCUIT! COURT OF NOTICE' TO
I IIKPKMI I Clerk of said Circuit Court
thinking person want to have It. KI.A4il.KII COUNTY, FLORIDA THE HTATK OF FLORIDA. TO: By Julia it. Harvey
IV CIIANCKIir NO. 3147PIKTRO PHYLLIS I
P. SWEET
Memorial ChurchlaterdeaeatlBatieaal 'I You can have it If the majorityof MAUT1NO. RKD Mills Pond Itoad Nov. 4.11'11'2$- tc Clerk
the Bunnell voters want It. Plaintiff St.' James Long Island
New' 1:01:
v. York. Tille COUNTY/ JUDGE
!N COtKT
Vote for it on December 7th. SIDORA MAHTINO.Dfoff'n".nt. You are hereby notified that a (6 AND FOR Vl.Atll.Kn COt.V-
AIR CONDITIONED suit has been filed against you In TV. 'LOltIDA. FILl! 150.
NOTICK TO AI'1'IAII the above entitled cause; and you INtl:: Estate of
Daytona Ave THE STATE OF FI.O1UDA. TO: are hereby required to answer LEONARD FARNSWORTH.
ISIDORA MARTINO. with the Clerk rlh r.o'"o t,
FLAGLER BEACH Loquats Are Good whose residence and post office and to serve a copy thereof upon NOTICE TO CRKDITOnV '
are unknown. the plaintiff or To all
plaintiff* attorney, creditors and all> Persons
Sunday School 10:00: A.M. You are hereby notified that 4 whose name and address In: having claims or demands against'
Fruit suit has been filed against you In RAY SKLDRN aid estate
Church Service 11:00: A.M. Dooryard the above entitled cause: and you Helden Building nnMllJili and each of 7OU' are herebY
are hereby required to rlhr.o'Lo answer Daytona Beach. Florida ?uimtd and require to
R. W. DICKER, Paator" Loquats are one of the best dooryard with the Clerk t. not later than cmbr n- A. D. ad (1 nl.nO. which present you.any or
and to serve a copy thereof upon 1965.If. either of you,
EVERYONE WELCOME fruit trees that can be the plaintiff or plaintiffs attorney, you fall to do ., decree pro the estate f LEONARD may have )against'AItNSWORTH .
in central and whose name and address Is: confesso will be entered against deceased late
south
grown of FlaglerMcKnight
SAMUEL V. HOLCH you for the relief demanded In the
110 North Third Street bill of complaint. The nature of ;:: Couatr JudgelofmFlagl.
I-alatka. Floridanot said suit being for divorce Count
later than December II. A. D. WITNESS my hand and seal ofOtDclaVseal .Count. County Courthouse In Dunnell. -
1965 said Court this Ith day In six foridad with.
of Nonmbf'r months from
If you fall to do so. decree pro A. D. 1945. the date of the
BUDDY KNOX 66 SERVICE CENTEROn confesso will be entered ..lIaln.ttou : ( ) E. A. 8J.ITTJIE ArEach bclaimoor dim ndoroust be
for the relief demanded In the Clerk of said Circuit Court In writing and
of complaint. The .. ofsaid By Julia Jl. Harvey of residence and must state the place
AlA & N. 4th St. suit being for divorce..tu. Clerk of the claimant po.t-omc. address.
FUgler Beach and
; WITNESS my hand and seal of Nov. 11-11-2 A n.Deputy t to by the clalmanL must be sworn
said Court this Hlh day of November his attorney, his agent. or
or it
A. D. 1165. iv T/lt 'lnrl'IT COURT, lEV... according will become void
Phone 439-9221 (Official Seal) c:. A. HMYTHR "TII 1'DlnU. CIRCUIT: 1:01: Each creditor
Clerk of .'\Id Circuit Court A'41) rOIl FLAGIF.K (COUNTY shall deliver sufablentheocposunty -

Ily Julia Deputy It. Harvey Clerk! MAROAUKT, .'I.OI'"U. C.AEJTFsn? : Judg e loo;: :mail one

Nov. 11-23 fec. !.t4tcIt Plaintiff. 0 Octob nt$$7 7.'l.rD rv"! .

-Tin COUVTY JUIMJR ('OI'RT WYLIE T "EsrEgNOTI'E As Stanley Administrator L. Farnsworth.
IV AMI FOIL PLAKIKH ('()1 >. of Leonard of the Estate
24 HOUR HEAVY DUTY WRECKER SERVICE TV. "Kl.Oltlllt. mOBATK. I 1'0 APPEAliL: Farnsworth.
CA-R NO. TilE STATH or
FIAIt1UA. TO: publication November
IN KB: Estate of WYLIE T. ENTF.8 Uh. r8 :
PAUL It. ,"OOEI_ OIL c/o )lr.. William H. Estt Nov. 4.11.1I.2-4to
Deceased.NOTK. Uncolnton. UeorgU =
-- -- K TO rnRIIITOH You are hereby notified that .
a
All creditors of the estate of suit for divorce has been filed
a-
PAUL. II VOGEU OIL deceased, I Z cal".t yoM In the above entitled
are hereby notified and required cause and you are hereby Elar llugIfl I irrlhunt
CRAIG FUNERAL HOMEA. to file any claims or demand to serve upon IMalntlfr. AttSriiTy.
which' they may have against said WHOM Mm and address
estate In the office of the County Hereon your written defense appear if BUVNELI: FLORIDA
K. CRAIG. Funeral Director Judge of Platter County Florid sail any it.the Pill of Coenplatnt in
In the courthouse at Bunn'll. Flor. an or before the 11th day 1[RS. Jot, a.
t JOHN CAPO. ManagerAIR Ida. within six calendar month ot December 194$. else decree pro FULLER. Editor
from the h1to of the first publica confesso will\ be entered against
tion of Each claim or Dee'pat' ..w...... tW ma
OXYGEN demand mutt be In writing I andmunt WITNESS "r hand and seal of Legal
I LADY state the place of residenceand said Court this' lth d" of Xovm- Alvsrll.las
CONDITIONEDCHAPEL I I EQUIPPED poet-office address of the claimant her. A. t>, 194$' '
ATTENDANT and must be sworn to by the (Official Sal) E. A. MYTHB Entered as second cl...
t AMBULANCES .I alrlt agent or his attorney,, H.ChfiL0fcMti! Court February Co 1912 at t"tatter
poet-
: or It void I according HarveyW. once at Bu".1. florid
to law. Deputy Clerk Ace of Marcia wader
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Phone ID 7-3532 November llth. 1965.P W.d.worth
/ lUnnah II. Vogel I'. a Dos Iii
Ksecutrls of the Estate of liunnell. Florida Rae
201 E MOODY BLVD. year a-s.u
BUNNELL FLORIDA l>aul I!. Vogel decvaaed. t Plaintiff aa. _.the-r
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WE VALUE TOP GIVE ME TT S Thru Quantity Prices Reserved WednesdayNov.**.*Good 24Telephone Right: :



STAMPS
SUPER MARKET 437-3201


Prices Good Thursday, Friday, Saturday, Monday, Tuesday and WednesdayWILSON
,
CERTIFIED (Broad Breasted)

14-18 Lb. tf% f\fc 10-14 Lb.

1t f TURKEYS Average Mj Average A 3CLb. i,


}. Lb.

I
GIBLETSOYSTERSCHICKENS --FRESH PORK HAMS-DICXS-BROILER TURKEYSFLORIDA

GRADE "A"i (Fresh) :
ROASTING OR BAKING U. S. D. A. CHOICE STEAK SALE j

Lb. .350RIB .

STEAK u ..............................._..... 890
WILSON TENDERIZED! (1 lb. 14 oz. Can)
CHUCK STEAK u. ........:....:.. ...._...._......... 650
CANNED HAMS Each $209 ;:

FAMILY STEAK Lb. ...............Asa....'j..:::....,.........._.... 690
HONEY SUCKLE ((2 lb. Box)
With SI ROUND STEAK Boneless, u. ._...._......-. ..._............... 990
TURKEY Giblet :
SLICED
Gravcy T BONE OR SIRLOIN u,. .............1-="..................... $:I ,
5 Lb. '. .-- .
FRYER BACKS Box 79' .
SELECT BEEF LIVER Lb...................................:........ 490
.
CAPITAL (Smoked) BEEF SHORT RIBS Lb......_...._...._.....'..._,_ 490 ..,.
SAUSAGE I Lb. 39 100 Percent s. 39FOLGER'S ,
GROUND BEEF Pure Beef 3 Lb.................................

(Mountain Grown) FLO-CANE (Florida Produced) I


COFFEE Tin Lb. 49 SUGAR 5 Hag Li. 29


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


EVERFRESH (Big 20 Ox. Loaves)
JOE CRAIN'S Fla. Grade "A" (LARGE)

BREAD 5 LOAVES 99
EGGS 2 DOZEN 99

Limit 5 Please


50 FREE FRESH PRODUCE Shurtfin.COCKTAIL4: ( ) $100 50 FREETOP

TOP VALUE STAMPS Large Crisp Delmont. (303 Can) VALUE STAMPS
With purchase of CELERY Stalk 17c Cna With purchase of
3 Lbs. or More SWEET PEAS 490 ((2)) CutupChuck
Roast Fresh EEL-DECK (Fancy L G.) Fryer

Wed.Coupon, Nor.Void 24 After, 1965 CRANBERRIES aox 33- RICE I D.?. 290 Wed.Coupon, Nov.Void 24,After I960
.
11111111 MCJIIIII'8' kcWlfIi-
Georgia Red DAIRY
SO FREE SWEET POTATOES Lb. Qg New Chiffon 50 FREE

TOP VALUE STAMPS MARGARINE ,&. 45TOP VALUE STAMPS
With purchase of FROZEN FOODS purchase of
$2.00 worth of Cosmetics Foremost (Vi Cal. Jugs.) Everfresh Twin Pkg.
or Dental Supplies 9 inch Pet Ritz MILK c" Potato Chips
Void After CL 490 Coupon Void After
Coupon
Wed., Nor. 24, 1965 PIE SHELLS 2 PII,. 35c (Plus Bottle Deposit) W.d., Nor. 24, 1965


50 FREE 50 FREE 50 FREE SO FREE SO FREETOP

TOP VALUE STAMPS TOP VALUE STAMPS TOP VALUE STAMPS TOP VALUE STAMPS VALUE STAMPS
With purchase of With purchase of With purchase of With purchase of With purchase of
(1)) Broom or $2.00 Worth of FruitCake (4) 46 oi.: Cans of H. C. (1) Armour Veribett Ct. Site Box ,!f
Mop MaterialCoupon fruit Drinks Cheese Loaf, 2 lb. Box RJnso-Blue
Void After Void After Coupon Void After Coupon Void After Coupon Void After
Coupon
Wed., Nor. 24, 1965 Wed., Nor. 24, 1965 Wed., Nor. 24, 1965 Wed., Nor. 24, 1965 Wed., Nor. 24, 1965



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Monday STORE thru HOURS Thursday.: / FLAGLER FOOD STORE QUANTITY RESERVED RIGHTS

8 a. m--6 p. m. N i LPJtG"' 1 *** '
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Friday and Saturday.
8 a.. m-7 p. m. SUNDAYS







OVEN-READY TURKEYS YOU CANT BUY BETTER.
SERVE ONE OF OUR

Prices Good Nov. 18 Thru Nov. 24, 1965 --- Closed Thanksgiving Day

COPELAND'S WILSON'S CERTIFIED FLORIDA GRADE "A" FRESH, DRESSED
TENDER SMOKED BUTTER.BALL TYPE ROASTING
U. S. GRADE "A" HEN
PICNICS CHICKENS
TURKEYS
4-6 Lb. 3.31 Lb.Average.
45- 37-
Average Wt. Lb. lo TO 14 Lb. AVG. WT. Lb.

SLICED ......49c Lb. Lb.
39-
AMERICA'S FAVORITE

FOLGER'S OVEN READY SHORTENING

COFFEE FREE CRISCO

1 Lb. 3 Lb
Can 39' 100 S & H GREEN STAMPS Can ,59'
With Each Turkey Purchased
Limit 1 with 5.00 or more food order NO COUPON NEEDED Limit 1 with $5.00 or more food order


21/2 CAN SHURFINE PEPPERAGE FARMS POULTRY Fresh Fruits-Vegetables

PEACHES 3 For' 79 STUFFING. 8 Pk Oz.*. 31- AND TENDER

303 SHURFINE FRUIT JUST ADD.WATER POLE BEANS 2 Lbo. 29COCKTAIL '

3 For 69FLOYD'S
HOME MADE IDAHO BAKING

, 2/8 CAN STOKELY'S SAUSAGE Lb. 59" POTATOES 5B"' 390PUMPKIN

Each 19''
LARGE AND CRISPYCELERY
9 OZ. NON SUCH MINCE U. S. CHOICE GRADE BEEF
2 Stalks 29"FRESH
MEAT 2 Pkgs. 55' CHUCK ROAST Lb. 49- YELLOW

No. 2 CAN BUSH WHOLE

GREEN BEANS. 25u.. S. CHOICE GRADE BEEF ONIONS 3 gag 23 (

303 STOKELY'S CHUCK STEAK Lb. 59 LARGE SOLID HEAD

LIMAS T'59' LETTUCE Each 19U. '

S. CHOICE GRADE BEEF
VINE RIPENED
13 OZ. JAR RITTER'S WHOLE

ASPARAGUS Ea. 57' ROUND SHOULDER BONE ROAST Lb. 69' TOMATOES Lb. 29'Dairy

Bakery
THRIFTWAY: SLICED _

ARMOUR'S CLOVER BLOOM 47BACON Lb. 69ii LLSINNER2 Pkf.
BUTTER Lb. of 12 25-

Limit 1 with $5.00 food order
or more LARGE
(20 Oz.) EVERFRESH
100% PURE LEAN
PHILADELPHIA CREAM
8 Oi. GROUND BREAD 4 For 85-
CHEESE Pkg. 29'' Deep 3Pk? $147
Buy Now and Stale For Dressing

WWVWMMWWJVAM .* ..................w
50 EXTRA FREE 50S&H Z5 EXTRA FREE Z5 50 EXTRA FREE 50 25 EXTRAFREE 25S 50 FREE 50

'GREEN STAMPS I S&H GREEN STAMPS S&H GREEN STAMPS &H GREEN STAMPS S&:II GREEN STAMPS
With this coupon and your With this coupon and your With this coupon and your With this coupon and your J With this coupon and your
purchase of one 10 02.Jar purchase One Vfc Gal. purchase of Three (3) lbs : purchase of One (1) S purchase of$2.00 or more
Folder's Instant Coffee Ctn. Milk, Any Brand Nuts in the Shell Chicken, Any Kind Fruit Cake Material

Coupon Expires Coupon Expires Coupon Expires Coupon Expires Coupon Expires
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But before spending any institutions of higher I learningI becomes sick at Its stomach and

money on these traitors, we I regret my action. turns against higher educationas
should make it clear that once I I I fully realize that these idiots a whole.
they go over to the enemy they I I make up only a small part of I
are there to stay and never as I i the student body and I hope and Our courts also have a responsibility .
LOCALS long as they might live can they I| pray that my small contribution I: and they should
hope to again enjoy the privilege I,\ played no part in creating such I!sentence offenders who bum
of American citizenship. In worthless and thankless area- < their draft cards and stand on
fact if captured they should be : lutes as those who are embar the stump to scream treason
Gloria Johnston daughter oi Mr. and Mrs. David Lewis and shot as traitors and that wouldbe 'rassing their country the universities while far better men than they
Mr. and Mrs. E. W. Johnston Jr.,. son Raymond have gone to that. i and their friends and are defending their country on
has completed her course at Clewiston to reside. He Is em Over the years I have contributed families by their irresponsible the battle front. Give the agitators
Cape Kennedy College of Business ployed with Sugarland Ranch to scholarships In colleges actions.It I the full punishment the law
and Technology and la there. and universities and if my contribution is time that our universitiesand allows end If our present laws
now employed at General Electric has aided and abettedthe colleges cleaned house and are insufficient Congress should
at Daytona Beach. She la MRS. MOORE HOSTESS ignorance and stupidity that shipped these poor dumb imbeciles I quickly pass new ones with
a mechanized graphics key TO COUNTRY CLUB Is evidenced today on the part. and the professors who teeth that will meet the situa
punch operator. Mrs. Betty Moore was hostessto of students In some of our finest'I urge them on, before the nation i I tion.
members of the Country Club -- -

WAYNE MIKULKAMr. last week at her home. East YESi1RC'fT$1ts e.U55Y AIT A LOAD Of I'M LOOKIN' Fos I OONT KNOW V
DAVID WAS SOME BU*. SHE THIS DRIP WALKIN'IDOWN % THE PRESIDENT ABOUT THATPAL"AT
the
Mikulkaare Moody Boulevard. During ROES LT A FEATHER: TV* RAHI I OP THIS RAILROAD LEAST I'M ON
and Mrs. Henry business session the Club made BCD AND RUNS LIKE A ROADTRACKS.(' HIS
parents of a 9 pound four BONN! R PIT.YOU SURE WHAT3 UP,MAC? wE L.YOU (I TRACK,tn45. .
KC T FIND
plans for the Christmas party GIT REAL: bUYs AT ,
born November 7 at F11M IItRC.
ounce son sale of bicycle for
and for the a ';
the Bunnell General Hospital.He the benefit of the ScholarshipFund. KRANTZ .. tt
has been given the name of MOTORS
David Wayne. I Present were Mrs. Moore's i ;

mother ,Mrs. E. T. Sawyer of
Mrs. Nell Allen and Mrs Waynesville N. c., Pat Cowart
Lady Allen have returned home Madge
Crews
Freda Deen Joyce
after a visit in Albany Georgia' Johnston Mollie Bertha and
with Mrs. Louise Durshimer. Margaret Knight who won the

Guests of Mr. and Mrs. Donald door prize. Leaf miners?
her Mr. and
Moore are parents Worrell Durrance has return.
Mrs. E. T. Sawyer of Waynes- 1I
ed to his home In Flagler Beach I
vine N. C. after treatment at the Halifax

Hospital. \
Carol Jean Aklnson and son

Reed accompanied by Marie LATE TO CLASSIFY
TO -
Muzyka motored to Norfolk Va., -
and were accompanied home by (By RusMll Xoy) ..

Carol Jean's brother Harry According to an AP report j
Robert (Bebe) Moody. Bebe was from New York which appearedIn ,; t.
stationed there with the Navy the October 26 Issue of the "/ 1 1I
and Is home for a short furlough Tampa Times an anti-draft '. ".I'!
before being assigned to a ship. group known as the May 2nd
, I Movement, Is ..pearht'adlngun
Mr. and Mrs. J. E. (Pete) Bar. effort to send blood to the Viet M
ber of Montgomery Ala.,. are Cong. These are among the
visiting here this week with his same agitators who have been
, parents Mr. and Mrs. J. D. Bar leading the demonstrations against -
: ber. our government policy In
Viet Nam.
Chester Palmquist of Chicago, Not only do they want to 1 :
Illinois and George Oehler of send blood they plan to send ;, : f' ),
'
Elgin," Illinois;spent last week first aid material food and other
here and In Daytona Beach on a supplies to our enemy. The 1
short vacation. organization Is recruiting members
Mr. Palmquist Is a former resident from 'coast to coast and ,, \
of Flagler County and sneers at burning draft cards j, .J \ \ 't
while here they enjoyed hunting, and carrying signs In a picket: .
"kid stuff' and inefec- ... x" '
visiting with friends and deep line as \
sea &hln,. They went out from tual. .. '
1 ",
Sing's Fishermans Camp and Acordlng to the dispatch they I ., ; ,
boat basin on North AlA and even plan recruiting for the VietCong
Mr. Oehler landed a seven foot so that they can stop the
two Inch: man eating shark war by carrying arms and shootIng -
which weighed 452 pounds. I their fellow Americans from
I I the enemy lines.If .
Members and guests of the this dispatch Is true andI
Idlewood Club plan an oyster have every reason to believe It
roast at Barnes Restaurant Is, considering the fact that college .
Moultrie. Sunday evening at six students and some members
thirty. Members are asked to of the faculty have shown FIGHT BACKW1THCRTH0 !
contact Joy Stefllk, the social themselves more American
chairman for reservations. I I than either the Russians and
Chinese It seems to me that
Friendly Circle of the First I time has come to take tht"I I
.Methodist Church will meet tonight zance of this activity and I
with Mrs. Bette McDanlel something about It. II
for a business and program If we can spend tax payers I.
meeting.' dollars rescuing sufferers from I
They will hold a rummagesale I Communist Cuba we ought to
on November 20 at the Bun. : be able to find enough spare
nell Civic Center, beginning at ; cash to provide all these agitators .
with transportation to VietCong
10 a. m.George..
headquarters.Let .

honor at.a Biddle birthday was dinner guest party of, fesaos all go of over them there and at their our pro.expense I DIBROM penetrates leaf to kill leaf miner larvae-controls adults too!

recently In law and at the daughter.home of Mr.his and son them learn and good first riddance.hand how Let to t Minutes after you spray with DIBROM 8, Emulsive leaf' miners will be dead or

Mrs. Lawrence Upson. Holly really and children butcher In Innocent villages women that dying...eren lanaI that hare wormed their way Into plant tissue. This sam
II Ill.
Present were Mr. and Mrs. fail to fully support Communistrule. DIBROM schedule will also clean up worms, aphids and a host of other Insects.
Let them enjoy the privilege
Clare Richardson Biddle and and Mr., son and Flossie Mrs., of being chained to their Because of its short residual life DIBROM 8 Emulsiro Is less harmful to beacfV

Richard Upson and children ofCoco. I machine guns when the battle dial Insects. It's safer than moat organic phosphates.It .

.. starts.
---- mixes readily with water, and is compatible with moat

insecticides and fungicides.So if you grow tomatoes,
NOW OPEN I
watermelons, peppers, cucumbers, summer squash or

FLAGLER BEACH SUNDRIES ORTHO celery (it's registered 'for use on 35 crops) fight back

11 .. m. to 10 p. m. ; D16ROM against leaf miners this year with ORTHO DIBROM.

and G A
Hot Hamburgers Dogs. ... .... .. JLVv<< I "IMping the World Grow B.".,"

We have a large selection of Sandwiches, Ic" I CHCVftOH CHEMICAL COMPANY.cn KWKXI
Cream Gifts and Souvenirs '.....TMF.. ********.

BILL AND ANNE COLEMAN M Ma*.........m..s.s........Smq....H.W.... ..a.---....--------



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titles-The New Yorker dustry. cousin, Harper Lee, who wrote
jlaler & cku.- zine and the Middle maga-I I him In the research work, his J| 'To Kill The Mocking Bird"
I ; like com oil and water so It is'

only logical no copies of the
magazine could be found in
Kansas when Trumen Capote's MAM 7I|tan wppM ''
Dr. and Mrs. D. G. Waters and I i I PTA DINNER murder tale which Is also a I | jp,ji Joj Bed in* lJaJS!
children, Deane, Rolland and I I THIS SATURDAYThe brilliant study of middle wes- M3U Ij11 MOq OM pU.UOpUIUOOMp V JOJ 3BtPW
Robin, from Mount Airy, N. C., tern mores began In Its pages. BI!90103 M.V3H noon aaans JO.pwpnpuv
this week with his Flagler Beach Parent popa<< IMI1 no.c .AJI ;1'1p 19qnJ.1"11 aauul anPr.
are spending We are glad the literary worldIs .
Teacher Association will sponsora : nwjiXg J9M018 uliLmq'2Iq, e parents, Dr. and Mrs. Rolland Spaghetti Dinner this Saturday just as excited as we were

Waters. November 20th from 5 to 7 over it, and we did not lose our : : :3WJOH '10WamaW5 '
p. m. ,It will be In the school minds after all-reading It and
knowing nothing about it was
cafetorlum. Tickets sale
BAPTIST CHURCH NEWS are on .
like Cortez discovering the Pa.
from any member or calling
The Womens Missionary So. 92006. ciflc. Doubleday-a rival publisher ,

ciety will hold their monthly says generously that the mtnl '1njj nvaq 13 'l/11m awol g
.
meeting tonight at 7:30 p. m. at book is a much-needed shot in "'
the home of Mrs. Bob Schatz. Seaman Recruit Thomas J. the arm to the entire book In I J.ULl'Dm 'Jazddv.iazipjvaz[

Mrs. Jeff Presswood Is this years Logan, USN, son of Mr. and Mrs. fl tl1'umj.lnot 3a1J
WMU I i Thomas J. Logan of Flagler Capote says it will be a classic.
president. .. And I am sure he right aboutNTlhADsl
Beach Florida, has begun seven
,
Sunday School Is at 9:45 a. m'l'I
weeks of Navy basic training at It ? t
and morning worship at 11 I
clock with Rev. Max Hall, o"j the U. S. Naval Training Center
tor. Training Union Is at : I San Diego, Calif. '
each Sunday evening and wore i In the first weeks of his naval :
ship service at 7:15. i service he will study military! 1k

Judson Stryker, Jr. is meetingnow ''I subjects and live and work under j Listings under this heading are
similar to those
with the young people and conditions : 3 cents a word each Insertion. .,
intermediates at 6:30 each Sun. he will encounter on his first 75 cents is the minimum charge '
ship or at his first shore station.
day evening to practice Christmas I SEWING MACHINE 1965 Model A
In making the transsltion from '
music. clearance sale. We have 7 1965
The Junior G. A. Girls meet, civilian to sailor he will be round bobbin sewing machinesleft.

each Monday .after school at the taught and supervised by experienced These machines are com-
Navy petty officers.
church. pletely guaranteed. Equipped to
They will teach him the basic
zigzag, makes buttonholes, etc.
skills of seamanship as well as '_ _
I METHODIST CHURCH NEWS $25 is total price. Will accept __
survival techniques, militarydrill ,
older machine for ?
and other basic subjects. part payment.Call .. 9 S i {
Church School time is 9:45 a. Orlando 425-3577 collect. iN ..A '
On completion of his recruit t tI
m. and morning worship at 11 11.4-Jan 6-lOtc
will be to _
training he assigned a
o'clock with Rev. Reynold Hoover .
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,school, shore station or ship, according
minister. Sermon for next FOR SALE. LEASE. OR RENT-
the results of his _
to
Sunday will be "Realms of Our 2-bedroom Florida room, and
classification tests, his
Calling" by members of the Navy carport beach house unfurnish
Womens Society of Christian own desires and the needs of the ed. Hurricane 'fence encloses 1iI!!

Service.Youth Fellowship meets Sun. Navy. back yard. Call 4373472. 11-4-tf

FOR SALE 3 1I
-- bedroom, 2l/2
day evening at 6:30: p. m. _
Books Are DishBy bath, double garage, ,central
My heating, fire place, large Florida
CHURCH VICTORY Dorothy Hemont room, situated on 160x110 water oQ
DINNER DECEMBER 3 front lot. Call 439.2203, Flagler C LT
The Methodist Church will We like to write this outer Beach. 11-4-tl Kzoo v no duioj. 0}
hold a fish dinner December 3. space bit in the Flagler Beach -
It will be a victory dinner to celebrate Public Library sponsored by the SINGER electric sewing machinein
the lifting of the mortgage Flagler Woman's Club-but we console cabinet, like neW. unf
on the churches 19 lots. loath giving up space to those Sews 'forward and reverse. All
attachments for making buttonholes

zigzagging and fancy
stitch designs. Fully guaranteed.Can .
be seen In your area. Make
KRANTZ MOTORS eight monthly payments of $4.91or Flagler HardwarePhone
will discount for cash. Write:

Credit Manager, 122 S. Clearwater .
Valiant Road, Largo, .Florida. 437-3191 Bunnell, Florida
Chrysler Plymouth 10-21-tfc
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FULLER BRUSH SALES or SER-

International Trucks VICE. Call 252-4583 Daytona 24 HourWrecker ...R...
Beach. If order Is $5.00 or more Service
we will refund cost of telephonecall.

Oct 21-TF
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DEPARTMENT
I SERVICE, LADIES PART TIME SALES Flagler Truck & Tractor Co
work available as a Fullerette
,SPECIALS selling Fuller Brush products. MASSEY.FERGUSONGrore
Should have car and at least 15 Farm Industrial Equipment
hours a week free. Average $2
VIRGIL DECKER Phone ID 7-3242
to S3 per hour. Call Daytona
TUNE-UPS Beach 252.4583 or write H. SI I- Owner Bunnell, Florida

Oct. 21-TF

$7.50 All "8" Cyl. Cars ROUSE FOR BENT on-AlA and

9th St. Flagler Beach. Mrs. Bob
,
$5.00 "6" Cyl.Plus Noland. Seville, Florida. Phone
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.
7492309. 9-23-tf BROWN & BROWN INC.

Parts FOR BENT-1 bedroom duplex
furnished apartment Couple or INSURANCEOUR I

single person reasonable rent
FREE BRAKE ADJUSTMENTWith Phone 437-3304 9-23tf

FURNISHED APARTMENT for PHONE NUMBER IS

TUNE-UP rent Phone Harris Appliances,

4373367. 9-23-tf 4373394'JVWWHWWWVV

U. S. No. I 437-3311 COTs UPHOLSTERY, Bunnell.
Fla Hwy. 11, will pick up and
deliver all furniture tree. For .. ....."y.VJ'J"tl'.v..tf.'V'."

Bunnell .. sample material and prices on FOR ALL HOURS-DAY OR NIGHT
labor call 4373673. 7-1-tf

SEPTIC TANK cleaning; drain AMBULANCE
fields Installed; snail shelL Rea.
KRANTZ MOTORS, INC. sonable price Call George Ja- SERVICE pHONEVAIIay4)625
roz. ID 7-3410 8-1-tf ? AUGUSTS FLORIDA

OIL CHANGE & FILTER z Merer be hesitant about callla? a Garcia Ambulance. Wean

o y (5 Quarts) 2B JOHNSTON'S always at your service with promptness, safety cod
FLACLEB BEACH REALTY CO. experts nee-

$5.00 with CouponGOOD 8 LOTS HOMES OCEAN FRONT,
WATER FRONT FARMS. Equipped With Oxygen Resutitator and Inhalator
UNTIL DECEMBER 31, 1965 ACREAGE
lee n* for your real estate need Garcia Funeral HomeP.
U. S. HWY. 1 So. BUNNELL FLA.
Office Phone HE 9. )43
E. GARCIA, Licensed Funeral Director
Residence Phones ID 7-3691
or m 7-3517 LADT ASSISTAft'T!
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If "HOLIDAY TREAT" Lean Western

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Fresh Florida Grade "A"
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BAKING ((4 Ibs. &: up) ,

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PAGE EIGHT THE FLAGLER TRIBUNE, BUNNELL FLORIDA Thursday, Nov. 18, 1965
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Billy- -- Matthews .1 I Florida Bankers- Oklawaha Berry Sanford firm has done a good Distribution of the Oklawaha
Job marketing Central Florida. blackberry will be handled this
r Join In Research Tailormade for grown blackberries in northern fall by the Florida FoundationSeed
" Veterans Day ,
I markets with returns of from 25 Producers Inc., P. O. Box

Speaker Here I Florida Farming Central Florida i iI to 30c per pint, returned to the 14006, University Station, Gainesville .
!, I Fifty banking executives from growers. Florida.OO .

(Continued from page 1) Florida's Panhandle to Immok- I If you like blackberries, then I...................................................! !OO4..................................................
\ alee will look behind the scenes
,
i be interested in the Ok
Little Band In Dixie" The pat you'll
of the "fastest growing farming
of decorated lawaha berry- 'a new "tailor i
rade consisted
state" into agricultural research'I t
floats, decorated marchers bicycles representingvets uniformed Friday, November 19, reports Dr. Ida.made" variety for Central Flor- 'I FLAGLERBEACHAUCTIONi I

E. T. York, Jr., provost of the
organizations, 144 school University of Florida Institute of I According to P. J. Westgate,
children carrying United States Food and Agricultural Sciences. horticulturist with the Central
Flags which were given to them !
Florida Experiment Station in
Launching Farm-City' Week
Post, Army Re.
serve by the units Legion from Palatka, fire activities around the state, the I Sanford, the Oklawaha black- i
will be released this fall
bankers-members of the Flor berry
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Bunnell and Flag I
o trucks from ida Bankers Association's four I as a named pollinator for Flor-
t ler Beach, Forestry Service and agricultural committees will idagrand.Both I
; many other units. Every Thursday NightTHIS
tr view everything from citrus I
"t, First prize for decorated blackberries, produced by ''
climatology research to the
eco 'I
floats was,awarded to the Flag. :Ralph H. Sharpe, horticulturist
nomics of beef production under I at the Fruit THURSDAY NOVEMBER 18, WILL BE THE :
ler Beach P. T. A. Their float was Crops Department ,
made up of young students depicting varying pasture conditions. I:of the University of Florida, are :: BIGGEST SALE OF THE YEAR-ALL NEW MER. ,:
I the Space Age. 'Second "We want to keep up to date I:similar in fruiting and vining : CHANDISE. :
on the fine facilities for research
prize went to Joseph E. Johnston ,habits, and need trelllslng. I II
at the for
performed University '
Chapter of the Unlter Their Daughters float the benefit of,agriculture in the I I I Dr. Westgate says Oklawaha': HAMS WILL BE GIVEN AWAY .AS DOOR PRIZ :
w of the Confederacy. state," said Floyd Call of Orlan usually blossoms a few days : ES.. LOTS OF DRAWINGS FOR OTHER PRIZES. ::
drown by a donkey I
was a wagon I
and carrying a pioneer family. do, executive vice president of I earlier than Floridagrand, and ::: LOTS OF YARD GOODS, DISHES, TOOLS, FRUIT :
: few earl.
stops blooming a days
the Florida Bankers Association.Call
:' Wagonmaster was Charlton I t: CAKES. IN FACT EVERY THING FROM SOUP :
said Florida banks hold ier too. He says there's still a
Wall with Mrs. R. W. Deen and : TO NUTS. :::
of bloom
outstanding farm loans in ex- good overlap makingcross
and
her grand children, Rob
cess of $122 million, 50 million pollination possible.
Edee Cowart and Deen Wall. for real estate and 72 million for This is important to Florida : DON'T MISS THIS SALE. IF YOU NEED ANYTHING :::
dressed in appropriate
They were non-real estate loans. grand because it's self sterile, COME TO THE AUCTIONTONIGHT :::
attire. Agricultural committee mem and doesn't set fruit when planted
For the decorated bicycles bers and other bankers will par by itself.
first place prize was awardedto ticipate in the all.day tour, according The demand for high quality
Palczewskl, with 2nd ..
Richard ;
to FBA Agricultural Division Florida-grown hybrid blackber
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place to Louis Mercer. Consola Chairman Louis Gilbreath ries far exceeds the present sup- : ".:
tion prizes went to Jimmy Buono i Exchange National Bank, St.I I ply. Dr. Westgate says in addition '.' Near Corner of AlA and Highway 100 XI

and Participating Wally and in Mickey the program Wilkins Augustine. -to local state- markets, a ; *&:.:.:.:.:.:.:.:-:.:.:.:.:.:.:.:.:.:.:.:.:.:.:.:.:.:.:.:.:.:.:.:.:-.:.:.oxyyx&xyx ;

with Congressman Matthewswere .
Rev. Thomas Pinner of the
First Baptist Church, Rev. C. H.
Chellgren of the First Methodist :

Church, Rep. Billy Wadsworth
and Past Commander Cora Buck CHEVROLET
les. Post Commander Floyd
Hurl was master of ceremonies.

The Highway Patrol, Sheriff's '
Office and City Police participated '

in directing the parade. .
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I ST.ANNOUNCEMENTS THOMAS' WORKPOWER


I It Is now official! St. Thomas' .
Congregation h as pledged
i enough money to assure the purchase :" ,
of the Union Building. Our
: thanks to the Stewardship Com

; mittee for their hard work in ... .' ,' :' ... .. }, 4-'
: making this possible.The .
: Rev. George Shirley, Rector
of St. Mark's in Palatka was
I Celebrant for Holy Communion i iJ'

I, this past Sunday ;
Mrs. Harold Burnham, winter
resident at Flagler Beach, from
Concord, New Hampshire, has
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returned as church organist.

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BOOK "SARKHAN"TO
BE REVIEWEDProgram
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Chairman Mrs. Jasper
White of the Flagler Worn-
an's Club Invites the public to
.
attend a book review to be
given by Mrs. Edward A. Krug.er .
at the'clubhouse, 1524 S. Cen
tral Ave., Flagler Beach; on
November 24, beginning at 2
P. :M.
The book "Sarkhan," a new
novel by Wm. J. Lederer and
Eugene Burdick, authors of the
"Ugly American" deals with
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." 4IiHALLTUMLIN
A short musical program will
also be featured. Miss Dorothy CHEVROLET COMPANY
brains,' Mrs. R. K. Hirst and
Mrs. Sam Nowlck of the library
board will serve as hostesses. 200 S. STATE BUNNEU, FLORIDA PHONE 437-3131


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