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The Flagler tribune
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Bunnell Fla
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September 23, 1965
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Newspapers -- Bunnell (Fla.) ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Flagler County (Fla.) ( lcsh )
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United States -- Florida -- Flagler -- Bunnell
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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).

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I- 53, NO. 38 BUNNELL, FLORIDA, THURSDAY, SEPT. 23, 1965 $2.50 A YEAR ,'


Sheriffs Deputies I I KORONA CIVIC CLUB St. Thomas Church BUNNELL PTA City Commission


Attend Special SAUSAGE SUPPERThe High Bidder For Adopts Budget

.'._ Training SchoolDeputy Korona Civic Club is Union, PropertySt. Association The Bunnell will Parent hold *the Teacher first And Millage ,
another of their

Ace Drummond of the Polish Sausage Suppers on Thomas Episcopal Churchof meeting of the year at the Bun The Bunnell City Commission .
Flagler County Sheriffs Depart. Bunnell was the high bidderfor nell School Cafeteria at 8
October 2 at the White Eagle, p. m. adopted a $144,352.96: budget for 'I
'. ment has returned from a general I I j I Korona. the Local 330 Union Hall 10.I Tuesday night. 1965-66 operating year at their
training school held in rated on Highway 100 near the This will be open house to t
I I -This is a semi annual affair 1 Monday night meeting. The \
... Tallahassee by the Sheriffs bu Airport. Their bid was $9,101.50 welcome new parents and teach.
sponsored by the Club. The I I budget for the general fund was
reau. The six day course of In i pro-1 for the building and four acres ers, Mrs. Maxine Buckles said .4.
set at $104,251.05.<
The department
ceeds of the suppers are used I water
designed to of land. I
struction was pro. today.
I I ;
for civic improvement and other budget was 3140000.
vide Intensified Instruction In Other bids offered at the )
I projects of'the Club. The Club is The business session will be Interest and sinking fund was
b fundamental law enforcement Tuesday afternoon meeting were:
among the leaders In the Com held from 8 to 8:30.: Openhouse I 570191.
such as firearms The Lions Club, $8,505.00. American
I munity affairs and played a andn refreshment hour will be The mlllage was set at 7.4 4
> training, laws of ,arrest, search Legion Post 115, 650000.
leading part in the 50th Anniversary from 8:30: to 9:15.: mills. For the general operatingfund r
and seizure, patrol procedures,! Disabled Veterans Chapter 24,
last year. the mlllage will be 6 mills. 4\
collection Identification and preservation I Serving time for the Supper I 525000. 1966 ANNUAL For the bonded Indebtedness 1.4
r of physical evidence, The Local Union 330 Is disbanding

mills was set.
I will be 6:30: to 9:00 p. m. ORGANIZATIONGETS '
and many others. the organization here
I UNDERWAY The Commission voted to ad. t
since the Cement PlantIs
Next week Deputy Leroy Irvin i Lehlgh ; vertize for applications for gen. '
City closing down Marilyn McNab and Elizabeth
will take a five day course permanently.They eral employment for all phases
In Narcotics and were asking for bids from [ Allen have been chosen as the
instruction of
with 1 the City Government. The ap
: dangerous drugs, National and Beats Bunneil local nonprofit organizationsfor co editors of the I960 annual. plicants must be bondable and

Federal Firearms acts, and the property. Others on the staff,include Kay will be able to serve In general I
many other phases of the law. I In Season OpenerThe Members of the St. Thomas I I I Weaver, Layout Editor; Raybeth City work. 1

Later Deputy Wilfred Hunter: Bunnell "Bulldogs" lost. Church said they plan to begin;Hersey, Business Manager; .'
and Sheriff P. A. Edmonson will on alterations In the near fu. I Susan McMillan and Betty The also' discussed City Insurance .
their to Crescent
opening game ture and will the Bourne co-Edi on a 1 package
attend special training schools I presently use Lynn Literary plan;
This -
13.7 night was
offered by the Sheriffs' bureau. space for the Sanctuary. Future tors. water treatment plant, street
the first time Crescent City has
: plans will call for addition. Saturday, September 18, Marilyn paving, and the Court street
beaten Bunnell In five years.. al space for educational depart. '' Elizabeth and Kay accompanied railroad crossing.CORRECTION. '

The game was mared by 230 ment but these are: not { Ted'Hlen. the annual ad. 4

r kr Contract GivenTo yards of penalties on both ed. comPlet'l visor, attended a meeting at the 4
Bunnell was assessed
squads. Rev. Bob Stewart Is Cherry Plaza Hotel ,In Orlando. IN
Yoh Co. For 150 yards while Crescent City In Charge of the local church. Discussion of annual problemswas
drew 80 yards. 1 FOOTBALL DATES .
held by Earl McDermott, '

Property ValuingThe Crescent City pushed over a I ,annual representative from Keys There is a correction in the
touchdown in the second: Examination Date
quar Printing Company, Greenville, Vanity Football schedule The
Board of County Commissioners ter. The try for the extra point I South Carolina. posters
around town show Bun
Tuesday contracted with was wide and Crescent City led Scholarship Loans
After the meeting there wai a nell playing Hastings on No.
H. L. York Co. of Cocoa Beach 6.0 at half time.
hamburger fry held at the home vember 5 and Keystone Heights
to do the revaluation of all Bunnell Set For Oct. 19th
Bulldogs put on of Carlyle Morris, our annual on November 12.
Flagler county property.The determined effort in the third
a I representative Also Individual
considered three According to State They should read Keystone
board Superln-
quarter to score. Walton Cowarton problems discussed at this
.. with Yoh Co. bidding tender Thomas D. the Heights HERE November !S. _
t. proposal. ::.a \sneakscored \ Bailey, I tim... ... k'-s. _... '.,.4 .... Jlaaunp"TIl :November 12. :.III
... ,ooo Hunnlcutt ft Associates Ahnuel examination date for ;
$ ; : from the one yard line Cowart -. ,...,,-
of St. Petersburg $32,200; and kicked the extra point and Bun State Teaching and Nursing I

t Howie It: Associate of Tampa nell led 76. Bunneil entered the Scholarship loans has been set

$30,900. Motion to accept bid of fourth quarter leading only to for October 19, 15. These examinations 4

Yoh Co. was unanimous.The have Crescent City come from are to be held on

contract provides, among behind to score and take the the same day In all counties in

other things, that the valuation I lead 13.7.Halfback. order to Insure as nearly as possible .
equal competition, for each
will be completed in time for Bremer scored from

making up the 1966 tax rolL The 23 yards out. Bunnell, playing applicant I
The location for the examinations

.. company to post a performancebond many boys who were playing i
Flagler County will be
to guarantee contract pro. their first varsity game, made I
the office of the
county superintendent I
visions. many mistakes. The coaching
The examination
The work Is to begin within I staff hopes to correct these mistakes 70 minutes net testing I

30 after delivery to the companyof and show some steady improvement time and will be administered I
in each of the t
necessary tax data Includingtax between 9:00: and 11:00 a. m.

maps, etc. Work will be I games. Scores from a previous scholar

monthly as work progresses.The I The Bunnell Bulldogs meet ship examination may not be

county is to furnish space the Dunnellon Tigers Friday used.

/' 'in the court house for the company night at the local football stadium High School seniors, high -s*

to do the work, paying all at 8 p. m. school graduates, and college :

janitorial services, utilities ex The Varsity football team and students are eligible to applyIf ra

cept telephone costs. some members of th e "B" team they are In good health, citizens !

I will journey .to Gainesville to of the United States, have _
After the work Is completed,
'attend the University of Florida been residents of the State of

the company will hold informal vs. Miss State Saturday, Sept. 28- Florida for at least one year. t

meetings with property owners Other information concerningthe
to discuss the property values,
teaching and nursing scholarships
and will hold formal sessions
Club .
Quarterback can be obtained by callIng
if necessary as to particular
or writing Mr. Avery Brown,
properties.The Holds Kickoff Guidance Counselor, Bunnell,

contract also provides thata Florida, in care of Bunnell High

representative of the company Meeting TuesdayThe School. i

will meet with owners of large All applicants must sign application

properties-Industrial, Commercial first meeting of the year forms to take the ex M

etc., individually if necessary of the Bunneil QuarterbackClub amination. All forms must be In t

was held Tuesday evening to Mr. Brown by Wednesday,
, at the Bunnell High School Cafeteria .

with Quarterback Club "

Captain Coy G. Harris presiding.
FIRST BAPTISTTO In addition to a planning set FIRST METHODIST

HONOR THE lion the kickoff meeting featured SUNDAY SERVICES

a film of the 1964 Gator Bowl "Man With Power To See It

PINNERS SUNDAYRev. game between! Florida State Thrugh" will be the Sermon

: Tom Pinner said the sub University and the University of; Subject of Itev E. E. Snow, pastor Margie Lee Blalcely her sixth year with the Band. ,

jests for his Sunday sermons Oklahoma.The i at First Methodist Sunday She has been a majorette for :

r will be In the morning "You I next meeting of the Club morning at the eleven o'clock three years. She U 17 years old.

Must Know Your Fears to Know will be a dinner meeting at the service. This will be the final of Bunnell School Band She has been active In campus
Bunnell Civic Center on Monday' three message on the Fourth
Yourself. The evening topic activities and U a member of
evening. 7:30.: This is the only I Chapter of Second Timothy, Drum MajoretteMargie the
will be The Glory of Cod". Beta Club Try HI y, and 1s
Monday night meeting planned. Sunday School will begin I
An appreciation night will be on the Vanity basketball team.
Other meetings will be on Tuesday promptly at 9.43: a. m. with Mrs. Le* Blakely has re' She is also
given in honor of Rev. and Mrs.I a member of the
, Pinner after the evening service. evening club members said. Leslie Tucker, Sup*. In charges cently been named the Drum First Methodist Church of Bun

Sixteen members were present The Intermediate and Senior Majorette for th* Bunnell School neil and .
r All friends of the couple are Invited : resides with her par.
to participate in the serv for the meeting Tuesday eve Youth Fellowship will meet Band. Margie Lee 1 t.a a senior at rests Mr and Mrs. Lee Blakely.

ice. ning. Sunday evening at 630. the Bunnell School and this Is j at 300 North Pine street

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is needed.Dr. cess of 'a rabies control pro- I Agricultural Extension Service. You are NOTICE hereby] OF notified SALE that I

Add Vitamin A Cunha said, "Evidently, gra is dependent upon the per. An overweight woman who have levied upon the Interest of

previously recommended levelsof centage of animals which re- I eats just enough to maintainher the RAYMON,.property F. hereinafter TUCKER In described and to

not ceive the vaccine. weight can lose about 9 and a sale will be held at the front
To Cattle Feed vitamin A are adequatefor door of the Flakier County Court
optimum nutrition with beef pounds in a year by substituting House In Bunnell Florida, commencing -

Research has a funny way of I cattle fed modern up-to-date ra WALK BRISKLYTO II dally on hour of activities suchas o'clock in betweeen the forenoon the hour and of:2 o'11

disproving what you previously I tions. It's apparent that borderline light gardening work or a clock in the afternoon of the 22nd
day of October A. D. 1965, of
LOSE WEIGHT property -
thought was true. and even severe vitamin A I brisk walk for an hour of activities levied upon by me and hereinafter -

Take for example, vitamin A deficiencies with beef cattle are Anxious to lose weight? she does while sitting.If described in my, under hands Writ Issued of pursuant Execution

In animal feeds. According to widespread." Increase your daily activity. If she spends a second hourin to that certain Judgment entered
in the Circuit Court for Semi-
Dr. T. J. Cunha, chairman of the lie said it's not entirely clear Take a brisk walk-work around active recreation instead of note County, Florida, on the 27th

Animal Science Dept, Universityof why there are vitamin A de. I the yard-take up bowling or I sitting, she'll lose another 15 day of In July Official A. D.Record 1964. Book and recorded U,

Florida, and animal nutrition. ficiencies with rations thought tennis or swimming.Time pounds a year-for a total of Page %59. Public Record of Flag-
County Florida.
1st with the experiment stations, to have been adequate in the spent in moderate activity I about 25 pounds-without a The property to be sold I* the

research studies "continue" to past. More than one reason is instead of reading, watching Change in diet. rea being! property In Flagler situate County, lYing, Florida and,

show" that vitamin A will benefit Involved, he said,_ and future TV, or playing cards can help to-wit PARCEL: 1: ar'' '

many cattle rations which in studies will clear up all the factors take off the extra pounds, say Subscribe to The Flagler Tribuna Southeast corner of'nLctrntr ,

the past had been thought to Involved., nutritionists with the Florida I EL50ATEAR Township as a point 13 of South reference Range and SO East run,

contain all of this vitamin that I Using vitamin A with steers ning: thence South 86 degree 45
I minutes West along the South line
increase their rate of gain and of Section 19 a distance of 2,552.09

I.V TUB CIRCUIT COURT 8EVKVTII feed efficiency. It also gives cattle I feet to a point of Intersection with
JUDICIAL; CIRCUIT, IN Easterly right-of-way boundary
AND FOIl KL.AGMCH COUNTY I brighter hair coats, cleaner of State Road No. 134 (now
State Road No. thence
faces and less condemned livers
Lenlda Rich Hackworth. tefz..qotL 2 degrees 24 minutes 80 second
Plaintiff, at slaughter. Dr. Cunha says a West along the said Easterly

Canon Hackw orth, I. good guide on the level of vitamin gee 1IGuLd. Road right-of-way No.: 134 (boundary now State of Road State No.
Defendant. 11), a distance of 767.21 feet to
A to use is 3,000 I.U. per 100
NOTICE TO DEFEND C a point of beginning of this description
IN THE NAME OF AND BY THE I pounds of body weight, or 1,000 ctoJ1. ... : thence North 87 degrees
AUTHORITY OF THE STATE OK 35 minutes 30 second East a distance
FLORIDA TO CARSON HACK- I.U. for each pound of feed. of 324.50 feet: thence North
WORTH. WHOSE ADDRESS IS The scientist there's a 6tinq 2 degrees 24 minutes SO seconds
UNKNOWN.You says lf West a distance of 672 feet: thence
are hereby required to file "water soluble" form of vitaminA South 87 degree 35 minutes 30
your Answer or other responsive be 5 ; .p'leJCldpUctttD second West a distance of 324.50
pleading to the Complaint In the now available which can feet to an Intersection with the
above entitled cause In the office given !by intramuscular injection Easterly right-of-way boundary of
of E. A. SMYTHE. Clerk of the State Road No. 13now State
above styled the Court to cattle. This Is a good way Road No. 11): thence South 2 degrees
house, Bunnell, ur'IO"r and to I 24 minutes 30 second East
copy thereof on Plaintiff's for cattlemen to inject half of d ldGtt'lWJ along the said Easterly right-of-
: f 1tr. Alex D. Llttlefleld, Jr., their cattle and determine way boundary of State' Road No.
whose address Is 865 Mason Avenue 134 now State Road No. 11) a distance
Daytona Beach Florida on whether the vitamin will be of StoU of 672 feet to the point of
or before the 27th yt October their beginning of this description. The
A. D. 1965. the nature of this suit any benefit under con. above description I* In accordancewith
is a suit for divorce. ditions. a survey of a part of the
HEREIN: FAIL NOT or a Decree I SE'4 of Section 19. Township 13
Pro ConfesBO will be entered 437-3325 BUNNELL South Range 30 East made by
against you for said failure. II. I). Moody Registered Surveyor
The Flagler Tribune is designated SHOTS No. 261. during the month of May
as the newspaper In which ANIMAL RABIES --- A. D. 1946, and bearing referred
this Notice Is to be published oncea to are the Magnetic Meridian withno
week for Four (4) weeks. ; More than 32,000 people in the variation offset. AND The
WITNESS my hand and seal at EH and the 8Hof the 8W$4 and
the In liunnell. Flag- U.S. are treated for bites from the W% ot the SE% ot the NW 14
ler County.ouror a this the list rabid animals each Someof and the E% 01 the E4 01 the
day of September, A. D. 1965.Olilcial year. BROWN & BROWN INC. SWAt and the NI% ot the SWI4
( Seal) E. A. 8MYTHE, these bites are fatal. Rabies EXC"PT th t West 110 feet thereof -
Clerk Circuit CourtFlagler Section 36.
Township 13
County Florida can! be controlled slmpy by vac Range 29 East. AND: The ::v.ut:1

By Julia R. Harvey.Deputy cinating your own pets. The sue- I INSURANCEOUR Lot 27 of Section 36. Township 13
Cleric.Sept. South. Range 29 East, according
23-30 & Oct. 7-14..4to to a plat of the Dupont Railway
and Land Company more particularly
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described as follows: Beginning
PHONE at 810 feet East of
NUMBER IS tronpoNln
the 1 between Sections
36 and 35 and 2.640 feet South of
CLASSIFIEDADS the section line between Section
437-3394 36 and 25, being a corner of lands
formally owned by Charles T.ronfl .
: thence North along Pier-
660 feet to a point
thence East along other lands of
t"hn.O:: ..ett a point thence
t t thence West 110

Ltmtlmgm under tkU : lag .r* a seat. per ward sack Iswwtlca. feet Section to. point 1, Township-of beginning South AND:
78 .* Is BBlalsiBM ksurv*. Range 29 PTItha partof
said Section 1 lying South and
HOUSE FOR RENT on A1A and Thursday will auction 2 pickup West of the graded county road

,9th St. Flagler Beach. Mrs. Bob trucks, 1 cement mixer, 5 sets of NOTICEOccupational which run from State Road No.

Noland, Seville, Florida. Phone scaffolding, electrical appliances, Northwesterly to theoWest linelofsaid
Section 1. AND All that
7492309. 9-23-tf radio and TVs. Lots of other part of Section 13. Township 14

merchandise must go regardlessof South Range 29 East lying Northcountyaroad

SOMETHING NEW! price. Will also sell anythingyou which erunsnfromriaid
Whether you have sold before or State Highway No. 134 (now State
have on commission basis. Road No. 11) In a Northwesterly
not, we need men and womento direction through said Section 12
Come early and look around.
sell America's finest accident Licenses will be due and EXCEPT that part of the EH
9-23-ltp on of the EH aJ said Section 12 ly
and health and life policies; and ing South East of the Northwesterly
I right-of-way line of said
now we have: FOR RENT-1 bedroom duplex State Road No. 134 (now State
October 1/1965. License Fees the Road No. 11) known a* the "Perk-
DENTAL apartment Couple or single per. are sameas ins highway" EXCEPTING there-

leads on this new product son, reasonable rent. Phone 437- from land conveyed to Either
Helen Knight and W. B. ,
J alone will keep you busy and 3304. 9-23-tf a* ro'Executor of the Estate Knight of

make it possible for you to earn FLAGLER BEACH AUCTION last year. To avoid penalty, must be K.recorded K. Knight In Deed Deceased Book, 52 by. Pate Deed
from $100 to $150 per week 74. Flagler County record, and
7:30. This also EXCEPTING Und
Thursday night : conveyed
Write: Mr. D. J. DeWitt, P.O. Box to Walter E. Knight and Leon
10475 Tampa, Fla. 33609, giving FOR SALE-2 Fiberglass boats, paid on or before November 1 1965. Knlcht by Deed recorded In Official
15 feet with 40 IIP montor; one ler Itecords Book 6. Page 626, Flag-
short resume for appointmentnear County public record
14-foot with Mark 75 motor, both PARCEL; The SWVi of Sec
city. 923ltcCOr. tion IT Township 13
your South Rang
with trailers. Both outfits for 30 East.

UPHOLSTERY, Bunnell, $600.00: Capitol Motel, Phone CITY OF BUNNELLNancy of PARCEL Section S 18.: Town hip f 13 the South

Fla Hwy. 11, will pick up and 437.3202, Korona. 9-23-ltp Range 30 East.

deliver all furniture free. For Rodgers, Gry Clerk part PARCEL of Lot 4 i II Lot of Dupont 17 and Railway that
I will redeem at face value a and Land Company's Plat
material and prices on lying
sample limited number of trade tokens North and West of the right-of-
labor call 4373673. 74-tf way of Dupont Railroad, Section
I issued by Lambert & Moody, 29. Township 13 South Range 30
SEPTIC TANK cleaning;d Johnson Lumber Supply Co. PARCEL 8: Tract 3 of Block 1.

fields installed; snail shell. Reasonable Price and Son, Harley L. Free Subdivision St John' Development In Company
Section 2. Township
prices. Call George laroz. man c/o Flagler Tribune, Bun. IS South Range 29 East according

. ID 7.3410 8-1-tf nell, Fla. 9.23:10.21lnc.p; BUDDY KNOX 66 SERVICE CENTEROn ler 1. Pate County to plat T, ,public recorded Florida.records In Plat of Flag Book

' FOR SALE 1 five-iepce up- FOR SALE-17 foot plywoodboat PARCEL 6: Government Lot lie
AlA & 14 and 15, In Section 86. Township
holstered dinette set $25; 1 two- cabin, trailer, all electric, N. 4th St., Fl.gler Beach 13 South. TUnga 39 East.

piece living room set $25; 2 upholstered 40-HP( 63 Johnson. 30 liP Scott Tucker Only the In and Interest to said of Raymon lands will F.

I reed chairs $5 each; 8 15000. Phone 437-3750.)( 9-23-ltp Phone 439-9221 b* offered for sale and sold.

odd chairs; 5 end tables $1 each. lie outcry tote.highest and brit
FURNISHED APARTMENT for bidder for cash and will continue
One 6x9 oval with two
rent. Phone Harris Appliances ni from day to day
l tlIca.'F.
erty sold
matching rugs $10. Two 9x12 ._ or said
4373367. 9-23-tf and Judgment are satisfied.
rush square rugs $10 each. Tom DATED this list day of September

Carmody, 7th St. and AlA, Flag FOR SALE. LEASE. OR RENT- 24 HOUR HEAVY DUTY WRECKER SERVICE Signed. A. I*;. 1965.P. A. EDUOS o .

ler Beach. 9-23-tf bedroom, Florida room and Sept 23-3 Oct. 7.11-4t stiff.t .

beach house unfurnIsh. --
carport -
ed. Hurricane fence encloses
Whether you have sold before or

not, we need men and Womento back yard. Call 9.23-1o.U 4373472.loo&tcJOHNSTW'S CRAIG FUNERAL HOMEA. t a lir 3rtagln UrtbunrBCSXEU

sell America's finest accident

and health and life policies; and : FLORIDA
B. CRAIG. Funeral Director
now we have: MRS. U a FULLER. Editor
t' DasitasN ..w...... get .11
The leads on this new product
Legal A vertUl
4 alone will keep you busy and I LADY I g
make it possible for you to earn ACREAGE I
CHAPEL | ATTENDANT [ Entered a. oecond class matter
, from $100 to $150 per week. 1M us for real 4.tats nods AMBULANCES February 6. 1913. at the poet-
office at Runnel Florida. M....?
Write: Mr. D. J. DeWltt. P.O. Box Office Phone HE 9-2243 Act of March 8. 1ST
Phone ID 7-3532
10475( Tampa, Fla. 33C09, giving Residence Phones ID 73691or

short resume for appointment ID 7-3317 201 E. MOODY BLVD. BUNNELL FLORIDA 0.. seer *L3>
I Its _.... __1PAGE *
near your city. 9-23-ltc

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light, why should heT He can
Jab it with his toad stabber and
Too Late turn it white. Prices Good %
Then there is Arlene Francis METTSSUPER
Thurs.. Fri., Sat.,
To Classify and oJseph Cotton both parrotIng
exactly the same lines about TOP Sept. 23, 24, 25 a.
BY BttSMll Eat their terrible headaches and
how they take a certain product .t. .
I haven't had anything to say
and can turn somersaults or
about radio and television com
walk down. stairs their hands
on Quantity Rights
mercials for a while but I have STAMPS
because their headache has
been watching them and the gone TELEPHONE 437-3201 Reserved
with the wind. J
more I watch the madder I get.
And the faithful dog who .
In my book the darn things
continue to insult my intelligence walks 10 miles in the broiling FLORIDA GRADE "A" (STEWING) _\
sun to bring his master a pack.
and lower my respect for
whoever is responsible for them. age of cigarettes and all the FRESH--

Maybe and rush some out folks to buy believe this'em or love.guy has to do is add a little HEN S NOT Ib. 19 )

that otherwise they wouldn't hesitates And the and poor stammers woman who and FROZEN
continue to keep pouring out
stutters as she tells you how
such drivel.
she suffers from arthritis and THRIFTWAY (Quality Bacon)
Take the detergent
can -hardly move her fingers until
commercial that has your wash. she takes a certain remedy '
ing machine bounding up in then she can wiggle everythingfrom SLICED BACON Lb.
the air like a rocket or some 69
her ears to her toes andit
thing while that long suffering doesn't hurt a bit. Pkg
"It makes .
announcer screams
And the dumb children who
your washer clean like it was Limit Please '
refuse to brush their teeth. Whatis
10 feet tall." a poor mother to do, she triedto Florida Grade "A" World's Best 'j
Who the hell wants to climbon
obey the commercial laws Split Ground ,
a shanky stepladder to reacha but the rest of the family don't
BEEF 3 ..
beserk washer and what has. give a continental damn about TCenter I
10 feet tall got to do with washing
their teeth, so she says we
clothes brush every chance we get with
And then there is the screwy Cut Cut
you know what and thanks for
commercial about the product the check mister, I'll be backto

fast.that gets Some you out poor of the woman kitchen is morrow with to scare warnings your about customers PORK CHOPS 49 PORK CHOPS Lb. 89'Tender ,

cleaning her sink and accident. what will happen if they don't
ly pours a certain cleaner in the sprain their ankles rushing to JuicyCUBE U. A. Choice (Boneless)
thing. Whoops, she is swept offher the drug store for this or that tD .
feet and flies through of the remedy. STEAK -89' STEAK 99' j
air with the greatest ease. They kid Los Angeles about
If she doesn't die of heart failure air pollution but brother It is

I miss by guess. a national affliction and It is U. S. D. A. Choice U. S. D.
And the guy that gallops I
getting worse. Personally
through the countryside on the think I would prefer smog, It FAMILY STEAK '
RiB STEAK 89'First
white horse jabbing his lance may choke you but it won't gag 69'
Into whoever he meets. The poor you.YOUR.
sap doesn't even stop for a red

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jjgj: () FUEL 47'OR ..., 10 Lb. Bag- l




Limit (1) of your choIce with Limit ((1)) with purchase of
$5.00 or more food order $5.00 or more food order

_, sA
) Blue Seal (Solid) OR Wilson (Qtr)

''&', YOUR
( 1 OLEO Lb. 70 BUTTER Lb. 59
1 4 '4 Pkg. CHOICE Pkg.
I: Limit ((2) Oleo or (1) Butter with purchase of $5.00 or more food order


Kraft American Crisp Fresh


Fresh CrfPLAKKUloZ,
Hungry Pl.,..
c DinsCmTSF37e ZSe


Scald Sweet 6 0,.
Dig 20 ORANGE pan'
down BREAD ,, Loaves 85c JUICES 99C

Everfresh (12 Ct. Pkg.) McKenzIe'. (Mix or Match)
'I : 'down Heat and Serve FORD HOOK LIMAS


Ordinary heater pile the heat up on the ceiling: White Duncan-Yellow Hines -Devil Food GREEN PEAS
until some of it finally Hep down to the living For $ 10 Os.
level. If you own an ordinary beater, you know CAKE MIXES 3 1 5 Pkgs. 990

how costly and uncomfortable that system U!Siegler ____________________ _____...____. ___ _______________________ J
doe just the opposite...your floor gets heated r m.TwF = I( .... ,
first. Heat i it not wasted on the ceiling and out the
chimney. Don't close off rooms this winter and pay 50 FREETOP SO FREETOP 50 FREETOP
high fuel bOla to boot..order your new Siegler now.

IT PAYS FOR ITSELF WITH THE FUEL IT SAVES With purchase of With purchase of With purchase of
Armour Aero Liquids Gal. Formula "409"

5 Lb. Can Ham Floor Wax CleanerCoupon
Flagler Coupon Void After Coupon Void After Void After

Saturday, Sept. 25, 1965 Saturday, Sept. 25, 1965 Saturday, Sept 25, 1965

Phone 437-3191 Bunnell, Florida .


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I: Beach : FLAGLER BEST FOOD= ,1 STORE is'4e4e ,,,% '

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METHODIST CHURCH NEWS Commander J. A. Babbitt, Jr.,
Church School time is 9:45a. : has arrived from Washingtonfor
m. and morning worship at 11 three weeks leave with his US 55 & CENTRALAVE; All BEACH

o'clock with Rev. Reynold Hoover family and his father, J. A. Bab j PRICES GOOD QUANTITY RIGHTS
bitt, Sr. lIe will also visit with
will sing special music next other members of his family be. I
Sunday. fore going to Iceland for a two SEPTEMBER 23, 24, 25. 1965 CLOSED SUNDAYS

I Methodist Youth Fellowship year tour of duty. I Store Hour Monday, thru Thursday, 8 a. m. 6 p. m.-Fri. & Sat. 8 a. m 7 p. m.

meets each Sunday evening at
6:30 p. m. and all youths 12'to FLAGLER BEACH PTA I
j 21 are invited to attend. Last HAS GOOD FIRST MEETINGThe Finest Meats Anywhere Quality ProduceU.
Sunday afternoon the MYF had Flagler Beach Parent
19 members and friends participating Teacher Association met Tuesday II
in the ALSAC drive. evening at the school with S. CHOICE GRADE BEEF RED

They collected about $65.00 Mrs. Robert McDaniel, president CHUCK ,DELICIOUS
which will go to aid leukemia presiding. Mrs.' McDanIel Intro-
stricken children. duucted all new; officers' and APPLES 2 29-'
chairman for the year. They ROAST Lb. 48u.
MYF TO HOLD BAKE SALE are: Vice President, Mrs. Charles
SATURDAYThe MeekIns; Secretary, Mrs. Theo FANCY
Hein; Treasurer, Mrs. Donald JUICY
Flagler Beach Methodist
Youth Fellowship will hold a Kaufuman; Civil Defense,I
bake sale at the post office from Health ;& Safety, Rufus Miller; SHOULDER LEMONS 29'
8:30 a. m. to 11 a. m. this Saturday Devotional, Andy Yelvington; I ,
September 25th. This is Graduation, Mrs. Joe Seale; ROAST Lb. 68'
U. S. No. 1 NEW CROP
the groups first project of the Room representative, Mrs. Bob
church year.COMMUNITY. Whitney; Hospitality, Mrs. SWEETPOTATOES
Clarence Weaver; Membership,
MEMORIAL Mrs. Hugh Drummond; Child U. S. CHOICE GRADE BEEF u,. 10'
CHURCH Care, Mrs. Lee Bourne; PTA CHUCK 4
Dinner, Mrs. Jack Abbott
; co.
Rev. R. W. Dickert will
I dinner, Mrs. Robert Schatz and FROZEN FOODS
second of a series of sermons STEAK 58u.
Mrs. Les Waterman ,
; Program
on "Birth Pangs of a New Age".
Mrs. William Fennell; co-pro 9 OZ. MASTER CHEFFRIES
Worship at 11 a. m. Sunday
gram, Mrs. Jerry Davis; Publicity FRENCH
School at 9:45 a. m. Everyone
welcome. Mrs. Leonard Johnson; S. CHOICE GRADE BEEF Pkg. 10'
co-publicity, Mrs. T. J. Miller;
and, Ways and Means, (fund SHOULDER
Sgt. and Mrs. Jimmy Edward
raising and Halloween festivities 14 OZ.FOUR.
Anderson arrived Wednesday for
a visit with the J. D. Perrltt fame ) .Mr. and Mrs. Thomas Car. STEAK Lb. 78 FISHERMAN
ily. He is the son of Mrs. Perritt mody.W.
and has recently returned from E. Fennell, Jr., Principal of FISHSTICKSPkg.59-
Germany where he was assign. F. B. E. S., introduced all teach.
ed with the U. S. Army.Mr. ers, Mrs. Dot Yelvington, 1st 100% PURE EXTRA LEAN
grade; Mrs. Suzanne Bourne, GROUND BAKERY
and Mrs. Gerald Smith of 2nd grade; Mrs. Colletta Waters,
Hillcrest, Flagler Beach, received 3rd grade; Mrs. Ruth Somerfeldt, EVER-FRESH
.' word that Mrs. Smith's par. 4th grade; and Mrs. Jennie New. BEEF 2 Lb. 89- BREAKFAST
ell;5th grade. Mr. Fennell teach
ents Mr. and Mrs. E. R. Adamsof' APPLE .
es the sixth grade. He also introduced 12 Oz.Pkg.
Steveneville, Michigan, were '
special guests, Mr.
killed instantly In an automobile THRIFTWAY
Coy Harris,
County Superintend.
accident at 4 p. m. Thurs
day. The Smiths left Friday ent, and Mr. Howard Carson, SLICED 8 OZ. CAN
night to ,be there for the funeralon County Music Director. I PILLSBURYBISCUITS
Monday. The group discussed having a BACON Lb. .79-
film on Halloween and voted '
also to donate $5.00 to the Girl 4 For 39America'
Scouts. The second grade won ,
the room count. FOLGER'SCOFFEE
Favorite ShorteningCRISCO
APPLIANCE Rufus Miller, Flagler Beach
Postmaster, gave a short talk
on: buying Savings Stamps and
1744 S. Ocean Shore (reminded the parents that they
are sold at school each Monday
BoulevardPh. morning.The 'Can Lb. 39 t';" .
39.2208 Flagler Beach program for the eveningwas
given by Howard Carson.
No TV or Refrigeration He explained the new music Limit 1 with $5.00 or more food order Limit 1 with $5.00 or more food I I15th
Continued on page 6)

OZ. (300) LIBBY'S
303 Kounty Kist GardenPEAS

Announcing HASH 3 For S1DO 1 303 Kounty KutCORN For

303 Argo Whole $1

-atFlagler PORK &
303 Argo Green MIX



hope my customers will continue to MONOGRAM CAMPBELL'SLONG
Patronize the Shop GRAIN TOMATO _

.- RICE 3 Bag Lb. 39 SOUP Each 10''


munch and cJLuncli I 50 EXTRA 50 50 EXTRA FREE 50 ISO ;[k50


CHICKEN POT PIE...._...._...._......_...........Tuesday With this coupon and your With this coupon and your \ With this coupon and your
I purchase of Two (2)) Cutup purchase of (1) 10 Oz. of
I I purchase (4)
CORNED BEEF AND CABBAGE........,....Thursday Whole Ever Fresh Light Bulbs,

ROAST CHICKEN AND DRESSING.....__...Sunday Fryers Potato Chips \ Any Size

I' Coupon Expires Coupon Expires Coupon Expires
Beach South
Flagler AlA Mrs. Ruth Brandt
Saturday Sept. 25, 1965 Saturday, Sept. 25, 1965 Saturday Sept 25, 1965


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Pure Pork

Merchants ;,;
(County lb. I:!

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Small MeatySPARERIBS ;
D. Barber was honored 59C : :
Emmajean Lovelace was hon
guest at a family picnic party
ored guest at a recent slumber I 4
Sunday at Bulow Park. The oc .
party at the home of her aunt,
Mrs. Lee Blakely. The accaslon casion was celebrating his 87th RI\
of her 17th birthday anniversary.Those .
In celebration
was birthday anniversary.The enjoying the affair U. S. D. A.,CHOICE BEEF SALE .

guests enjoyed a mid. were Mr. and Mrs. J. D. Barber,

night buffet supper. Those en. Bunnell; Mr. and Mrs. Claude CHUCK ROAST lb. 49
Joying the affair with the hon Varn, St. Augustine: Mr. and j

ored guest and the hostess Mrs. Carlisle Byrd, Seville; Mrs.1
Marjorie Lee Blakely, were Ray. Ellie Shaw and Mrs. Lily
beth Hersey, Sherry Hargett, and anan, Palatka; Mrs. J. 11. Mc Round Bone ROAST lb.59c
Marilyn McNab. Knight and Bussy McKnight,

Flagler Beach; Mrs. Bernice .
VISITS IN Barber, Shelton Barber, Gary

ST. PETERSBURGMr. Bunnell.Barber, and Annabelle Barber, CHUCK STEAK lb. 59

and Mrs. Clarence II. Nle- ,
have returned home after
sen Donald Barrow who is assign.
spending several days in St. J
Air Base in !
ed to the Naval
Petersburg visiting with their Lean Western CENTER CUT Streak O'Lean I
Jacksonville, is home on leave :
daughter Pat and her friend,
with his family, ,Mr. and Mrs. PORK

Joan While Harris.there they also visited Claude Barrow. CHOPS lb. 69WHITE BACON lb. 49' 1 y

Mrs. Irene Zoller and Mrs. Mary i
Madden, former residents of I
Flagler Beach who now make Mr. and Mrs. C. T. Byrum Jr., Fresh Florida Grade "A" D and D ((2/a lb. Avg.) ( )

their home at St. Joseph's Manor I Daytona Beach are the parentsof
a seven pound ten and three
in St. Petersburg.
They also visited with Mary quarter ounce daughter born lb.CUTTjiE'
21 at the I
Frank, formerly of Korona. Mary
Beach General Hospital. She has
also makes her home at the St.Joseph's
been given the name of Trade
Manor, and she would
appreciate hearing from you Deanne.She is the grand daughter of Krispy Kreme GLAZED (Save lOc) ....1DONUTS
folks In Korona and wants to be
Mr. and Mrs. H. C. Cobb of Bun LARGE '
remembered to you all. pkVf 39'c
nell. EGGS i

Guest of Mr. and Mrs. C. A. [
DEEN FAMILY REUNION Doz. Duncan Hines 19% Pkg.
Riddell Sunday was her son, oz.'
Joy Sisco of Jacksonville. While October 3 has been set for the 2 98e For $ 0
here he also visited with the second reunion of the Deen fam CAKE MIX 3 '
It will be held Ft. Clinch
Duane Deen family and Mr. and ily. at ..r
State Park, Fernandina Beach, Our Value 300 Can '.
Mrs.,)C O Magee of Flagler
Beach.! again this year.Registration HERSHEY'S \
will begin at 10 I fOe
a. m.,at the Jetty Lodge. A picnic .
Mrs. Charles McKnight and dinner will be at 12:30.: Our Value (Limit 4 Please) SUGARS

IOns Ken and Kerry, are spend. TOMATOES 3 n .
ing some time here with Mr. and Attending the Deland District Db. 27e
Mrs. T. K. McKnight while Builders Club of Methodist

Captain McKnight Is on an over Churches Monday evening in St. Limit 1 with $5.00 or more food order ,":
seas mission. Augustine were Rev. E. E. Snow,
Mr. and Mrs. Ray Mercer, L. n.1
Drady and Jim Townsend.The ,
Mr. and Mrs. James Craig and meeting was led by Rev. FROZEN FOODS I

Mrs. Rosely Cameron were visiting Joe Tolle, District Superintend 1 .
in Belle Glade the pastweekend ent and was a supper meeting. Can 37* Winter Garden 11 ox. Pkg.
with Mr. and Mrs.
Billy Deen Jr. Limit 1 with $5.00 or more food order

Mr. and Mrs. T. E. Holden
were in Palatka last Thursdayto ELECTS OFFICERSThe FRESH PRODUCE 3ge'I
attend the funeral of Ralph
Senior Methodist Youth Golden
Tavel. Fellowship of the Bunnell Methodist ;
Church elected officers at lb.
.:.:.:.:.:.:.:-:.:.:.:.:.:.:.:.:.:.:.:.:.:.=--- their meeting Sunday evening. fOe CHEER
Elected to serve were Carol Fresh GreenCABBAGE
:S: Bannell Theatre
I : Townsend, president; Carol Fry. lb.
:$: FRIDAY, SATURDAY man vice president; Janett Cook, I 5c SIZE 69e
:$ and SUNDAY secretary; James Robinson, Fresh

r':' Open Friday and treasurer; Marge Blakely, pub. sowder ".. (No Limit)
g: Saturday 6:45 licity chairman. 2 29SO ,
Chairman Christian Faith,
:$: 1:45
Open Sunday
Charles Gegg; Chairman ChristIan wwc wwwwI "'"
:3: DOUBLE FEATURE Witness, John Taylor; Chair.

|:: "I'll Take man Chrlsttlan Outreach Benny 200Wwith 50 .
,, Geller; Chairman Christian Citizenship :
: Sweden" Becky Robertson; Chair.
t.4 man Christian Fellowship, Tena with coupon Ac purchaseof coupon & purchase* with coupon & purchaseof \II
C Bob Hope and Pache. ((1) BROOMOR of ((1) 23 oz. Can ((2) 12 oz. Jars ( ,j
:$: Tuesday Weld MOP RAID WEED KILLER R & W Peanut Butter |

:g: -Also- Coupon Void After Coupon Void After Coupon Void After

::: "Gun Hawk" One of every two South Americans Sunday, Sept. 26, 1965 Sunday, 26, 1965 Sunday, Sept. 26, 1965 j
,-' lives in Brazil. Brazil's territory ,
'?' Rory Calhoun covers almost half the

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Applications RequestedThe I N 1

City Commission of Bunnell requests applications ,tt

for general employment in all phases of

City government. Applicants must be bondable. Itt,

Applications must be in own handwriting and

submitted at the Office of the City Clerk on or before .

8:00 p. m., October 4, 1965. Phone ...373227I
CITY OF BUNNELL I 8:00 -liOO p.m.

I Quantity Right Reserved PRICES GOOD Sept. 23, 24, 25, 26, 1965

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voluntary and unofficial. Instead of the usual liquid in I I mixture thickens. Remove from Subscribe to The Flagler Tribune
:Jlagt "Keep your town's historic your favorite pancake batter, II heat and add 1 can orange juice 5230 A Tear In Advance

UJeach landmarks," advises Changing use reconstituted orange Juice. concentrate. Blend well. Serve

Times. '"With so much early Prepare 4 pancakes per serving. warm or ch.llled.FERTILIZE. .

(Continued from page 4) America gone, preservationistsare Spread with whipped cottage

elementary trying to hang onto the best cheese, stack, and add a ladle. HASTINGS MATTRESS
In the
beginning PLANTSMost
program schools this year. Parents that's left, to give future gene ful of Orange sauce. & UPHOLSTRY WORKS

Interested In rations a living legacy instead To prepare the sauce, com ornamentals should ,be 710-12 Lemon St.
Carson's were talk because this of having to create one." I bine in a sauce pan 1 cup sugar, I fertilized about every three Palatka. Florida

Mr. that 4.5 and 6 In the forefront of the preservation 2 tablespoons cornstarch, and 1 months. And, It doesn't matter Phone EA 5-9166
Is the year will be able to movement and ready to teaspoon salt. Blend well and which month you figure the Furnltu-x Upholstering
grade He give advice and assistance is I slowly stir in 1 cup water. Add cycle as long as you keep it up Repairea & Refinished

learn to play Instruments. The National Trust for Historic 2 tablespoons of buter. Bring to regularly. Horticulturists say Mattresses & Box Springs
take lessons at Made Renovated
able to Order.Also
will be this Preservation, 815 17th St. N.W., a boil. Reduce heat and continue that a good fertilizer I programis
school five days a week In Call Laura Morris 437.3233
Washington, D. C. It's a non cooking, stiring constantly until a year around program.
new program. Many parents After 6:00 P. M.
profit organization founded In
participated In the Informal -- PRICES REASONABLE.
1947 and chartered by CongressIn -
and answer period that BUDGET PLAN IF NEEDED.
1950 as a clearinghouse for Just as near as your
his talk.
followed such matters. 24 HourWrecker Phone or Post Office
New features In the PTA this Drop Us A Card or Call

year decided by the executive Service Free Pick-up & Delivery
board are: To omit refreshmentsat

the meetings; thereby relieving sharp decrease in the I
a lot of busy parents of this price of frozen orange Juice has I Flagler Truck & Tractor Co FOR TAX DEED

responsibility and enabling parents put a lot more of this vitamin II Notice Is hereby given that R. W.
Deen Jr. Bunnell the holder of
of smaller children to at. packed drink on family break.I MASSEY-FERGUSON the following Tax Sale Certificate

tend the meetings; to have a fast tables. Grove Industrial Equipment has deed filed to be said limed certificate thereon.for The a certificate tax-

child care unit during the meet- Nutritionists with the Florida number and year of Issuance -
the description of the -
VIRGIL DECKER Phone ID 7-3242 property
Ing for parents of smaller children Agricultural Extension Service and the name In which It was
and to limit this for- Owner Bunnell Florida aliened are as follow:
: to make use of; recommend recipe Certificate No.1; Tear of Issuance -

all meetings to one hour (7:30-: Pancakes With Orange Sauce 1963.Description. \. _
of Property: Tract S.
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8:30 p. m. All three things seemS Block J, Section 31. Township 12.
this first Range 29; 29 Acres: St. Johns De-
ed very favorable .. velopment Company Subdivision.
meeting and the meeting Itself Assessed to: Bernard Stiller.In .
Leaf miners? addition to the above the following -
lasted one hour as planned. tax sale certificates are

Betty Johnson, publicity 1-- outstanding CertificateNo. on said property:

Chairman. Year Holder
t ItU R. W. Deen. Jr.
15 1X5 W. M. Walker
Also put up for sale will be the
....... following property on which Flag
Magazine Says ler County Is holding Tax Sale Certificate -
i.t No. 81. Tear 114$: NJ4 of
S / Ett of Tract 3. Block 11.
Keep Historic .W:. 1 ;Township 12Range 29
......, n

Landmarks SafeBy E; 3...f.I'tO: Belle O'Connell.All .
of the above property
I rated In Kagler County
1972, much of America Florida.
.. Unless said certificates are redeemed
worth seeing will be gone for ...{ according to law the property
Interstate I I described above will be sold
good. The 41,000-mile to the highest bidder at the Courthouse
highway system will be com .,ij,,'' door. Bunnell. Flagler County -
:; on the first Monday In themonth
plete coast to coast. The oppor t of October 1X5. which Is the
tunity then to see America first i 4th day of October 1W. betweenthe
legal hours of 11:00: A. M. and
with hardly a light to slow you 2:00 I*. M.
may be too late. Clerk of Circuit Court

"The bulldozers. building the Flagler County, Florida
r. \ Sept. 2.9.123. 1I6S-4tcIV
highways are plowing under it ,, \
much of the country's ties to Its ;, ..,.. 11., ... ('O'l T", FLORIDA

past," say ,the editors of ChangIng t.. ; .G I.i' THOMAS IX fllANCKHV M. KUR8AK.NO. slat

Times, the KIpUnger maga Plaintiff

zinc. They urge efforts now to I EMILY J. .1,

keep historic landmarks and '. KURSAR.Itofendant..
suggest widespread action be. .. :' THE STATIC OF KLOHIUA. TO:
"' 1J'
fore bulldogers threaten. 211 Volkert Street
The fight to preserve historic ,' 7 rtfi \\ C"; Highland 1'ark. New Jersey
; You are hereby notified that a
landmarks and the Integrity of suit has been filed against you In
the above entitled cause; and you
towns Is being echoed: across )
are hereby required
the country. Forty-two states ,. I .. saver with the ktoorlhr.ottc.
and to serve a copy thereof upon
and territories have some form the plaintiff or plaintiffs attorney,
whose name and address Is:
of historical preservation pro. RAT 8ELDENHelden

gram, and 70 cities and towns Building
Daytona Beach. Floridanot
have ordinances protecting valued later than October 3. A.V. IKS.
In other If you fall to do so. decree pro
landmarks. many confesso will be entered against
communities preservation are you for the relief demanded in the
bill of Complaint. The nature of
said. null being for divorce.
WITNESS my hand and seal of
NOTICH OF INTENT said Court this list day of AugustA.
In1' accordance with Public tAW 1). 1965.Oritclal .
86752. Section 1.880. of the Federal ( Heal) E. A. 8MTT1IK
Communications Commliislon'sIlules. FIGHT BACK Clerk of said Circuit Court
I the Flagler County Hoard By Julia It. Harvey
of public Instruction Fierier County Deputy Clerk
I Bunnell: Florida, hereby makes Sept. I..U-Uc
the following declaration of Intent ---
: ix TIIR rmrriT COURT cvKXTII -
To construct a new UHF television JIUICIAL c11iet1lT. IV
broadca.t tranlator station AND FOR *f.A<.I.KU COUNTY:! ,
for the purpose of rebroadcastlng STATK OK FLORIDA I!* CIIAXnv. -
educational television programs <'.: 1r o. sue
24. located at 2908 West oak Ridge teA VaNth4 IN TIlE CITY OK
Road Orlando Florida: servingthe NEW YORK a New York
communities of Bunnell. Flag- corporation
ler Beach and Crescent City. FlorIda WITH OBTH01 Plaintiff.
: transmitter site will be located .*.
on the Future Farmers of JAMES If DAWSON and
America Demonstration Plot of the rilTNIS E. DAWSON his
Flagler County Schools: located wife
Ill miles north west of Uunnell. Defendants.
Florida on State Hoad 12. In Flag VOTICK OP lit IT
ler County, Florida: date of application TIER STATE OK FLORIDA
I filing for construction of TO; James II. Dawson a n dI'hynis
said station with the Federal Com E. Dawson his wife,

munlcatlons 18. 18 Commission\5; transmitter was September output .- DIBROM penetrates the leaf to kill leaf miner larvae-controls adults too! whose residence Dakota Is

, power, using Channel 80. will Notice Is hereby given that suit
be 100 watts with the Maximum has been filed In the above Indl-
Effective Itadlated Power of 1651 Minutes after you spray with DIBROM 8 ErnuUire leaf miners will be dead or rated Court against you and each
watts: geographical" coordinates of 0' you.

erection the transmitting site, will 29* II'at the 20" dying...even larvae that hare wormed their way into plant tissue.This same 3IORT(1.4GR title of which rORECLO.CRRthe case Is as above
North latitude 81 16' 20* Wes shown.

Liongltude.f t Coy. O Harris, Jr.Secretary. DIBROM schedule will also dean up worms, aphids and a host of other insects. our You answer are hereby or written required defenses to Die

Hoard of,Public. InltructYon. Because of its short residual life DIBROM Emu in is less harmful to benefi If any the In Clerk the of above this proceedingswith Court and

Flagler County. Kunnell. to serve a copy thereof upon the

hATE Florida: September 20. 1968.F cial insects. It's safer than most organic phosphates.It and plaintiffs address attorneys appear heron whose o name* or

M>t, JS-Ito before the 2nd day of October
mixes readily with water, and is compatible with most 196 being$. the nature of this proceedings
a suit to foreclose the Hen
PETERSON TEXACO of a mortgage on the following

SERVICE insecticides and fungicides. So if you grow tomatoes, described ler t.rolilct.It: :t wit In: Flag

I Lot 1. Block 2. Colony Park
ROAD SERVICE watermelons, peppers, cucumbers, summer squash or Subdivision according to seas
Mechanical Work I or plat thereof recorded In
Light ORTHO rial Book S. Tag 41 42.
it's for 35 back
registered fight
Pbone 4373441 Eunuch I celery ( use on crops labile Records of Flagler

..... I ... AI against leaf miners this year with ORTHO DIBROM. DONE Count AND. Florida.ORDERED at nan-
DIBROMi n Flagler County. State of Flor-
4*- this list day of A u rust. A D.

O. F. ALTORD "Helping the World Crow Better" I96s.Official I Deal) E. A. 8UTTHR
Oerk of the Circuit Court
Registered By Jolla R. HarveyROESS.
CHEVRON CHCMtCAL COMPANY.oarwoormioa Deputy Clerk
I Real Estate BrokerBunnell. / '.o."M7.OH****.n.otM WIOIIT a I1UIFORD
American National Bank Bid*.
p. a lies tim
Florida Cttu.u..ICftOIIt...tonne*strot.... ....-....----------- *t Petersburg. Florida H722
Attorneys fer Hslotlff
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Take Your Choice shift, and accenting or matchingthe tiful than ever. Most popularare :VLWIAUAVVVhWMVk/Vh \
coat. the smooth, supple fabrics. I i FOR ALL HOURS-DAY OR NIGHT ,
Of Fall Fashions You'll see daytime knits, coat But design interest and much I
i.I dresses with side openings, and texture are still in style. Plaids II
Take your choice of the soft, new-looking chemises, usually I and checks rate high. You'll ;I, AMBULANCE
feminine or the tailored look for with sleeves that are adaptations find knits suitable for almost I PHONE VAlley 1625
fall. Both are fashionable now, of the smock-look. Late- any occasion. SERVICE v
Miss Elizabeth Dickenson, I I II ST. AUGUST1NE. FLORIDA ::
says day dresses are soft and femi Colors? They run the gamut :
clothing specialist, Florida Ag nine. Many have ruffles. from soft winter pastels to glow. Never be beilttmt about calling a Garcia Ambulance.. Ware .
ricultural Extension Service. I i "Skinny" is the look for fall I ing jewel tones, to vibrant hot i ti always at ropy service with promptness safety and
The softer silhouette moves; with skirts wider than and
coats, tones elegant darks. Almost experience.
closer to the body In natural I I I I I
last year. Fur trim is still popu every color Is represented In
lines, easy pleated skirts, and I lar. Belted coats are good. ,I I some tone, and you'll find a Equipped With Oxygen Retusitator>> and Inhalator
bias cuts. Skirts remain short. Suit either variety of color combina I
Jackets are very I great ,1
The costume, or "total look"Is -I(I long, ending below the hipline, tions-pastels with bright or Garcia Funeral HomeP.
at the head of the fashion or very short. The short suit !dark hues, brights with dark.
parade. The favorite costume is I Jackets have more shaping. I Color and design have an International P. E. Licensed Funeral Director ,
the coat and dress, with the
Fabrics They are more beau flavor this season. LADY ASSISTANT
coat usualy sleeveless, often a J WHWJ


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Club Lays Plans Adult Evening the trail and If they find food,! more powerful, other ants rush I scent trails and the chemical"message"
I they also will return leaving a ,I to the spot. When the food Is I! quickly evaporateSso

For Anniversary Classes PlannedAdults 1.scent._As_the _odor__ becomesMI.RCVCRCND.TMAT_:-gone-, the ants no longer leave as not to confuse the workers.

There 35 members Interested in attending USED V LY.
were present l1cLLAAVMAH A LAYMAN,KIDDO.
when the Flagler Senior evening classes, to be held at; CAR. - Bunnell School} i KRANTZ LAVhnANCY? WHO UUMPCO TOO 1
High } are requested IT IS A SNAZZVPIECC
Citizens Club met Tuesday evening WCOMGi1ON.HUN? iATE i
Sept. 21, for a potluck supper to contact the office of I MOTORS
In the Municipal Building at the County Superintendent In
the Courthouse. Classes In var. I LOOKS l.lKt A SWLLTr
Flagler Beach. Three new mem r
bers were welcomed Into the ious subjects will be offered if
enough Interested adults sign rr, i
Club, Carl Sodelstjerna and Mnand
of up to attend. According to Superintendent Z
Mrs. Hal Jordon, all Flag.
Coy G.; Harris, a
ler Beach.A s
minimum of fifteen in regular 'us .
of the Club's :
report executive
attendance is required before
board meeting of Sept. 10
such a program In any one sub.
was read, which Included the, --
be offered.
Ject can
board's recommendation for a
I' Subject offerings will depend
ham dinner to be served to members
upon requests from those who
the occasion of the Club's
will attend the evening classes.
anniversary in October. The
party will be held October 19 0
when new officers will be Installed SUPERVISOR
for the Club's third sea. ELECTION TO BE ATTENTIONGIANT !


next regular meeting of On Tuesday, October 12, 1965
r the Club will be on October 5 the Flagler Soil Conservation
in the clubroom of the Flagler District will hold a supervisors

Beach Municipal Building. election to fill two vacancies on

i the: governing board. They will FIELD
Subscribe lor The Floglos frlfcum. DAY
be elected for a four year term
S2.50 A Year Ir Advance
.. each.
...v- .ii i'r"I'-1"I; u-v Four Flagler County landowners
named below, have been
CommunityMemorial nominated by petition of free.

ChurchI.terdeas.daat.ssI holders to be voted on to fill the
two offices:
Dayton AT..

Sunday School 10:00 A.M. present board of supervisors ED THICPEN'S FARM
Church Service 11:00 A.M. ; is composed of A. B. John.

R. W. DICKERT, ston, W. W. Deen, R. W. Deen,
Pa.t41'I Jr., Alfred Tucker and Raymon

_,. --.AI ......_.t Tucker A. B. Johnston, W. W. 2 Miles North of Hastings SR 207
-.. Deen and R. W Deen, Jr. are
holdovers with two years re
maining on their terms of office.

ELECTRONICS Alfred and Raymon Tucker, ;

1744 Ocean Shore Bird. whose four year terms are .expiring When?

this year, did not seek re :.
REPAIRS ON TV'S election.

Call C911.ct 672-0377 FARM FRIDAYA
I huge deflated weather bal September 23rd
ALL WORK GUARANTEED loon was found on the Dick Cody

I ... Farm in Haw Creek Friday eve
ning. Sheriff Edmonson report.
WHOM IT MAY CONCERN: ed it to the weather service who
Section 512.IS,
Pursuant to Florida
Statutes, notice U hereby given of Identified it for them.
An election to be held on Tuesday Sheriff Edmonson and Deputy ,
October 12, 1965 for the purposeof
electing two <(2)< supervisions' Wilfred Hunter brought the TODAYFlorida
for Klairlor Boll. and Water Confirvatlon -
District for terms of four balloon in Saturday morningand
(4) year each. many citizens enjoyed viewIng .
The following polling place
lenbeth open on oeleiMgnA day be* It while the breeze partially
hours : M. and
5:00: P. M.i Inflated it.
and Tractor
Creek Haw Community Creek Service Florida.! Station, Haw Company, your International Harvester

Water Oak Service Station, Dim. With 15 million television sets
Inl FUglwr Community. Fish! Florida.Camp St. Johns' In operation, Japan ranks second I Dealer, will have on display the Latest in Farm and
Park Florida. I only to the United StatesIn
Flagler County Courthouse, Dun.
nell All Florida qualified electors residing television ownership.Ants Industrial Tractors and Equipment.
within the District shall be eligibleto
vote Qualified I electors used speak a chemical language .
I herein Include those -
lied to vote In general elections the National Geographic
of under Florida the constitution who are and landowners statutes Society reports. An Insect find This will be an ALL DAY AFFAIR
within the district named above. ing food exudes an odoriferous
I L. M llolling.worth.Administrator ,
State Soil substance on its way back to
. Conservation Service. the Other following
.. nest. ants
Fept. -2to
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-- BUNNELL -HIGH SCHOOL Free Prizes. Refreshments will be served

Varsity 1965 Football Schedule

Make your plans now to attend

. Sept. 24 ....................Dunnellon ...........................Home
Oct. 1 ........................St. Joseph ..........._..............Home

I I Oct. 8 ........................ Baldwin ...........................Home

x Oct. 15 ..............._.._..,.. D & B ...........?..............Away Florida Truck & Tractor Co.

Oct. 22 ......._.......Florida Air Academy ......._........Home f

x; Oct. 29 .................... Father Lopez ...................Away PALATKA, FLORIDA

I x Nov. 5 ..........._..........Hastings ............................Away
Nov. 12 .............. Keystone Heights ..._.._......_..Home
'x .Nov. 19 ..............._.......Callahan ..............._....... Away

r 1965 "B" Team Schedule International Fertilizer Company will have OR

St.. Joseph ...................October 4..._.._...........Home (7:30)
t display the latest in Bulk Fertilizer

Hastings .................... October 11 ..........._...Home (7:30)D

& B .......................October 18 ......._.._._Home (7:30)
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;' Crescent City........... October 25 ......._.._...There (7:30)

Hastings ..._:._....._... November 1 ..._.._.._..There (7:30))

Crescent City.._.._... November 8 ........._..Home (7:30)

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