The Flagler tribune

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The Flagler tribune
Place of Publication:
Bunnell Fla
Creation Date:
October 27, 1966
Publication Date:


Subjects / Keywords:
Newspapers -- Bunnell (Fla.) ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Flagler County (Fla.) ( lcsh )
newspaper ( sobekcm )
newspaper ( marcgt )
Spatial Coverage:
United States -- Florida -- Flagler -- Bunnell
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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).

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Fifth Annual TRI-HI-Y INSTALLATIONLAST BANQUETAND Professional Arts The Flagler Tribune Changes

Farm Bureau TUESDAY NIGHTA Building BeingConstructed

Banquet HeldThe banquet candlelight preceded service the for TriHlY installation Here Ownership, Effective November

Flagler County Farm Bu of officers and induc Construction on the Profes
reau held its fifth annual banquet tion of new members. This took sional Arts Building began this 1, Leonard R. Wilson, Buyer

and meeting Thursday place on Thursday night, October week. The building will be located .
evening in the 'Bunnell High 21, in the Bunnell High School: on the south side of Moody : This issue, October 27, is the
School Cafeteria. cafeteria.Mrs. Boulevard between Bacher and Dr. Reynolds Will last Issue of The Flagler Tribune
George Clegg, president of the Mary Gurnee, club sponsor Chapel streets. The facility wil ot be published by the owners,
bureau, was master of ceremonies inducted new members with be brick construction with individualized Move Office To I M. B. and Eula Fuller. We have
; Danny Johnston Introducedthe the assistance of Linda Skolar, central heating and sold the business to Leonard R.
guests; Leslie Tucker reported Sandar Scott, Kathy Emery and aid conditioning. All offices will Ormond BeachRr. i: Wilson, effective November 1,
on membership; John A. Patsy Lingold. be separate in the building witha 1966.
Clegg was In charge of ,the pro. Miss Susan McMillan, past large lobby in the entrance, Allen Reynolds Is moving I!t Mr. Wilson a former owner of
gram, and Bill Deen was chair. president, installed Anne Bourneas separating all offices. All offices his Bunnell Dental Office to the I'' a paper in Ohio, has many years
1966.1967 president. Other officers Ormond Beach office on Granada 'I
man of the nominating commit. will have individual waiting experience in the newspaper
installed were: Vice president rooms in their suites. Avenue. He has maIn.
field in Ohio and Florida. He is
tee.Deen Johnnie Ruth Miller secretary tamed an office in Bunnell
submitted and moved The new building will have : a resident of Daytona Beach,
that the following be elected directors Becky Robertson; treasurer medical doctors offices, a dental open on Monday. and Tuesdayof coming thre from Ohio. He was
for the ensuing year. The Anne Hugas; chaplain, office and apothecary shop anda each week. The Ormond engaged in the real estate business
list was accepted. They are: L. Janice Seale; and reporter, Carol suite for attorney's office Dr. Beach Office has been opened in Daytona Beach. lie is
E. Wadsworth, George Clegg, L. Townsend. John M. CanakarIs said (today. Wednesday thru Friday each I married and has three children.
O. Robertson, J. B. Pellicer, JohnA. Guests were: Mrs. Emma Murray The Professional Arts Build week. Monday and Tuesday will Mrs. Wilson is with General
Clegg, Louis Steflik, Raymon past Tri-lii-Y sponsor; Walton ing and the facilities for the new be his last days here. Electric in the personnel depart
Tucker, Victor Cowart, D. C. Cowart, 1966.1967 Tri-Hi-Y hospital building has been set Dr. Reynolds spoke again to ment. The Wilsons plan to moveo
Johnston, Wi W. Deen, Harold sweetheart; Mr. and Mrs. Ken. up by separate corporate structure the meeting of the St. Augustine Flagler County in the tuture.
Emery, Cordell Robertson, M. C. neth D. Herring, Mr. Theodore headed by Dr. John M. Ca- Dental Society on Tuesday eve
Strickland Jr. and Lyman Gage. Hein, and Miss Susan McMillan. nakaris, Dr. Russell P. Blanton, ning. His lecture was "Health We feel that with his experience
Officers selected are: George Carol Townsend and attorney Merritt H. Powell. Hints on Operative Denistry." Mr. Wilson will publish an
Clegg, president; Louis Steflik, Reporter. The corporation was filed by at. A previous visit to ,the society, excellent newspaper for this
vice president; Harold Emery, torney Powell, Bunnell.Dr. he spoke on 'My Day at Sexton area with the proper cooperationfrom
treasurer; Don Jordan, executive Flagler Beach Canakaris said the Bun and Sherry Dental Clinic of readers and advertisers.The .
secretary; D. C. Johnston, sec I 'nell General Hospital has recently Florence, South Carolina. Fullers have been active
retary. i i School Carnival done some minor modern He has also been asked to givean owners of The Tribune since
address at the County January 1, 1924. have their
Guest speakers wero introduced ization and has postponed ex Orange They
by Louis Steflik. They were : This pansion plans for the existing Dental Society in Orlando. He home here and plan to reside
Anthony Walsh of England and Saturday Facilities. It has been decidedthe has recently attended short here in ,the future, and will continue
Rufo Bazan of Bolivia, both exchange The Flagler Beach Elementary existing facilities will be courses in denlstry for children to participate in the community
students at the University School Halloween Carnival will abandoned because of legal and and a day course with Perio activities as In the past.
of Florida College of Agri. begin at 1 o'clock on Saturdayat technicalities involved. It was Dontest in Cocoa. I The Tribune was established
culture.Mr. the Town Park. The parade decided to build a four story He and Mrs. Reynolds had re- February 13, 1913 with J. B. Boaz
Walsh spoke first, telling I will start at 2 p. m. and will pro modern hospital building at adifferent cently completed two 'semesters as editor. The paper was sold to
about ,the difference in agricultural ceed along the parade route to location with the top ttf Spanish at the Daytona I R. L. Harper in 1918 who operated
practices in his country: the school. The Carnival will floors reserved for operating Beach Junior College. Also one it until January 1, 1924 when
and those in the United States. '' start immediately after the announcement room and delivery room areas semester of Music History and M. B. Fuller and A. M. McDaniel
He said that scientific agriculture of the winners of and other floors divided sep Appreciation course at St. Johns purchased .the plant. The Fullers
in England is almost unknown I 1 I the contest for the carnival cos I arately for medical, surgical and River College.Nursing purchased Mr. McDanlel's inter
but that It is his inten tumes. Prizes will be given for administrative facilities. Temporary I est in March of 1939.
tion to try to Introduce sciencein II the funniest, scariest and most financing has been approved -, Council ; "It is with mixed emotions we
agriculture when he returns!i original, for boys and girls. pending architectural and : ;j announce the sale of The Tri-
home. I I i Booths will remain open until State Board of Health approvalof Holds ElectionThe j bune. Looking back over the
Mr. Bazan also spoke about I 5 p. m. For the final, a spook plans Construction will startas i j past 43 years of operating the
agricultural problems in his native I movie. 'The Bat", staring Vincent soon as it is feasible, Dr. Ca Flagler County Nursing J paper and the wonderful cooperation -
Bolivia. He said that his I I I Price and Agnes Moorehead nakaris said. Council held its annual electionat I of the good people of
country had been more concerned will be show from 6 until 7:30.: its regular monthly meetingon Bunnell and Flagler County, we
with minerals than 'agriculture 'I I Tickets for the movie may be October 20. Those elected are would like to thank you againfor
but that Bolivia should purchased in advance or at the FSCC WILL MEET President, Becky Clegg; Vice this wonderful support. We
concern itself because with the I, door. NEXT TUESDAYThe PresIdent, Mauise McKinney; are looking forward to more rest
it The Carnival is sponsored annually and relaxation, and we will continue
greatly increasing population I i Flagler Senior Citizens Secretary, Catherine Wilson; and
Is necessary that Bolivia produce by the Plagler Beach Treasurer, Betty Steflik. The our activities in community
Club will hold its regular meet "
to feed itself and I Parent-Teacher Association. I I affairs.
enough ing next Tuesday evening, Nov. nominating committee will be
probably export. Both speakers 1, in Community Hall of the Edna Cowart, Alice Lovell, and
well received and applaud. I I I
were MILES REUNION Municipal Building, Flagler Elenor Niesen. II
ed roundly. I SCHEDULED FOR Beach. Directors elected for 1869 are: ,I County Demos.
There will be a potluck sup. Becky Clegg, Betty. Steflik, Cath I
PELLICER CREEK NEXT SUNDAYThe per starting at 6 o'clock. Mem erine Wilson, Ethel Schmidt and Hosts to Robert
CEMETERY CLEANUP annual Miles Family Reunion Inez Shultz; 1968 'are: Alice Lov
DAY SATRDAY will be held at Wesley covered ell, Joyce Patrick, Mauise McKinney King High CaravanThe

Saturday, October 29, has been Chapel, located In Bacon County, Club furnishes coffee. Edna Cowart and Naomi
set for the Fall Clean-Up day Georgia, between Baxley and The complete program for the Pellicer; 1967 are: Gladys County Committee for
at the Pellicer Creek Cemetery, New Lacy, Just north of Georgia evening has not been announcedbut Sturman, Elenor Nleson, Eula Robert King High and the Flag
Zack Holland said today. Highway 99 and near the Miles, there will be music and the Fuller, Louise Church, and Rev. ler County Democratic Executive
All those Interested are askedto Bridge, on Sunday October 30.'II clubroom will remain open for Oliver Taylor. Committee were hosts to
bring their tools for workingand A basket dinner will be servedat card playing after other activities The council reports that four the Democratic Caravan Wed
a basket lunch. Mr. Holland noon. Friends and relatives of have ceased. used wheel chairs were purchased nesday afteroon at the Bunnell
and reconditioned with mon Civic Center.
I the family are cordially invitedto
is president of the Cemetery As-
sociation. come and enjoy the occasion. VFW AUXILIARY ey donated by the Cancer So Traveling in the Caravan was
ciety. The council has proposed I Scott Kelly speaking in behalfof
CARNIVAL SET FOR changes in the by-laws in order Bob High, and representativesfor
Entry Blank Veteran's Day Parade SATURDAY PM that they will be able to receive Secretary of State, Broward

The Ladies of the Veterans of payment for visits made to Williams and Attorney General
AMERICAN LEGION POST 115, Foreign Wars will hold their annual patients under the MedIcareprogram. Earl Faircloth. In the party also
BUNNELL, FLORIDA. Halloween Carnival on Mrs. Church will remain I was Pat Thomas, State Demo
afternoon beginningat the Loan Closet Chairman,, cratic Committee Chairman.
Please accept our entry for a participant in the Veteran's 4:30 in the afternoon. and those desiring loan closet Also traveling with the Caravan
Day Parade to be held on Friday, November 11, 1966 at 2:30: p. m. Beginning: with the parade at articles should contact her. I was the Rebels Quartet. A
barbecue was served to those attending
: Restaurant the
Name of organization: the Malphurs
I parade will form on Church GEORGE E. WICKLINE! the rally.

.......................-......-..-......-.....-..--.................................-.-....... I street, and proceed to the Bun APPOINTED TO STATE! mittee The County has Democratic the head.Com
nell Civic Center. Prizes will be RESOLUTION GROUP
Located at: awarded to winners for the funniest County Commissioner George[ quarters office on the corner of

.......-..............-.....................--..-..................................-.......-... the prettiest and most E. Wickline has recently been" Highway 1 and Moody Boule
Signed By: original costumes. oppointed on the Resolution 'I vard. All Democratic Candidatesmay
The Auxiliary will serve a Committee of the State Association leave their campaign material

-......................-.....-.........................-........ ham supper at six o'clock at the of County Commissioners.I I in the office for distribu
He named to tion. Also anyone wishing the
Title Civic Center. There will be several was post by
I booths which are sponsoredby Q. Waddell Jr., president of the,: campaign materials may pick

...........-............................................................................... civic organizations. State Association. I'them up at the office.

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\ tflanlrr GJrttmnrIIUNNBI.L. Too Late I The chemical symbols of N-P- would like to thank the CLASSIFIED ADDS
K on the fertilizer bag stand for people of Flagler County

FLORIDA nitrogen acid and sent cards and flowers during IV TIIK CIRCUIT COI'RT OP

To Classify I potash. When phosphoric you see a fertilizer passing of our stepmother, Mrs. IV. fi:1fh.: COUNTY No. Sawn, FLORID
MRS. M B. FULLER. Editor
CRAVEN alias
E. V. Lerch.
I tag that reads 8-8-8 it means
I C11LOE ALICE, CRAVEN.Plaintiff .
.lKnat-d newspaper for all BY Russell ken I there are eight pounds of each I'' Your thoughtfulness will always II

Legal Advertising 1 of the three chemicals. Experiment j I be remembered by us. 'I vs.lll'FUS ALBERT-CRAVEN, JR.

Current high interest rates [ Station scientists explain Howard 'and Ida Lerch Defendant
Entered as second class matter I I i XU'I'IC'a1'0: nRFKiTHE )
February 6. 1913 at the post- which have caused a slowdown that these figures are percent- liT IR n' COURT STATE OF FLORIDA, TO:
office at Bunuell. Florida,. under I COUNTY jun : RUFUS ALBERT CRAVEN
Act of March a, 1876One of commercial construction and ages or units in fertilizer termi I iv AND FOII "L.UH.I.II ('oi'IN>- whose place of residence and

I abandonment of some plans ; nology. A 3.8.8 fertilizer has TY rilOIIVTi, STATE':. Cam OP"No.FI.OHIOA.1ST I address are hereby are unknown.You notified. that

lea ......_..._.....2.5O will climb even higher in the I only half as much nitrogen but i IN KB: Estate of suit his been flied against you In a
.._.___ HARRY CLEOG,
111:11 months 41 2I
: > the above entitled cause; and
next 120 days a leading Florida twice as much ,potash for example I i you
aoririf'oF 'II.IXn PETITION are hereby required to file your answer -
financier predicted last as a fertilizer listed FOIl F'IN'A I. IHM1IA1M.B' OKKXKCUTOH 1 with the Clerk of this Court,

week.H. '' 684. : and to serve a copy thereof upon
RESOLUTIONWhereas I Notice is hereby given that I the plaintiff or plaintiff's attorney
Malcolm Teare of Palm ; have tiled my final returns as Lx-: I whose name and address l Is-
it has pleased the I ecutor of the Estate of HARRY I FRANK G. HOWATT
Beach and Miami said the present i I The Atlas of Florida published CLEGG. Deceased: that I have filed :J400! Ponce de Leon Blvd.
Great Architect of the Universeto { and for
my petition for distribution St. Augustine Floldanot
take unto himself our beloved situation should not be considered I by the University of Florida i iI final discharge and that on 10th I later than November 19th A. D.,

"shocking" and he forecasts Press is the first book of its November 1966 I will apply to the 196fl
member and worker Paul B. I Honorable T K. McKnlght, County If' you fall to do eo. decree pro
a stablizing trend after I kind in the nation. Judge of Flagler County, Florida. confesso will be entered againstyou
Kelly andWHEREAS I the turn of the year. lie termed i for approval of said final returns for the relief demanded In the
of distributionand
and for order
an bill of complaint. The nature of
: The departed the overall picture "not an altogether for final discharge as Execu- said suit being for
member Kelly was a faithful I tof of the will of HARRY CLEGCJ. DIVORCE
I bad sign" as far as IV ANn FOIl WAtilMH fOLVTV Deceased.
OK FLORIDA. IN WITNESS hand and seal
member of the Beach !liT AT" 1966. my of
Flagler Dated Oct. 4th
commercial developers are con ,. Court this 13th
I'UOIIATi: Cane No. 62M. CLEGO said day of October,
Volunteer Fire Department for a cerned. IN Ki: Estate of I I Executor A. D. 1966.GEORGE
Oct. 6, 13, 20, 27 4tc.IITATIOV
number of .
years.THEREFORE Teare board chairman of Flor- Deceased. I I Clerk of said Circuit Court
BE IT RESOLVED I Ida Mortgage Funding Corporation : FOIl FINAL ICIIAIIGK OF j I Sealed proposals TO for BID the construction I By /s/ Joyce Patrick

: That the Flagler Beach Volunteer ADMIVIHTHATOHHNotice "" of a new Flagler County Deputy Clerk
based forecast on a I II hereby given that we I Material Center, Bunnell School Oct. 20 27, Nov. 3, 10, 4tc.
Fire Department be in comprehensive analysis of the have filed our final returns as I Bunnell, Florida for the Flagler
Administrators of the Estate of I County Board of Public Instruction, I IN TilE COUNTY JUDGE' COURT
mourning for a period of thirty
current money shortage and its WILLIAM II. ATKINSON. JR. Deceased : Flagler County, Florida. IN AND FOIl FtiAGLRH COUNTY
days on for distribution and for final I .
Superintendents office on 829.
who passed to the Great Beyond, commercial mortgage market I discharge, and that on Nov. 28, Nov. 8. 1966 10 am. at which time i IN Estate of
I 1966, 1.00 p.m. we will apply to and place bids will andpublicly nERO A. GADAPEE, SR.
and I He also conferred with other top the Honorable T. K. McKnight.I I read. Bids received after Deceased

FURTHER RESOLVED County Judge of Flagler County the above specified time will be NOTICE: TO CREDITORSAll !
: financiers in key cities in the I I Florida: for approval of said final f returned unopened.
creditors of the estate of
That a copy of this Resolutionbe East and West. returns and for an order of distribution Drawings and specifications will I RONALD A. GADAPEEJ SR. deceased -
and for final discharge
I' be available for Inspection at the are hereby notified and required -
the minutes of
spread upon "With limited funds available, aa Administrators of the Estate Superintendents of Public Instruction
to file any claims or demands -
the Department and that a copy you must understand that institutional i Deceased. Bunnell office Court House building. which they may have against
Florida Dodge Plan room
be in the The DatedOrt. 27th, 1966. said estate In the office of the
published Flagler lenders are looking In Jacksonville, Florida the Dodge I
County Judge of Flagler County,
I /Maudrey B. Atkinson '
Plan Room In Orlando Florida,
Tribune and A be sent to In the courthouse at Bun-
copy for quality loans and are going /B/ Glenda. Atkinson Pelllcer and at the Builders Exchange
the I Administrators Daytona Bench "Florida also at the nell. Florida within six calendar
of deceased
family our memo to be more selective" said Teare Oct 27 & Nov. 3.10-17-etc. office' of the Architect, Craig J. 'I months from the date of the first

ber. whose own firm last month Gehlert, 523 North Halifax Avenue I publication of this notice. Each
I Davtona Beach, Florida. claim or demand must be in writIng -
Howard Lerch closed the largest conventionalloan IN Tilt ruiri'iT COURT SEV- Drawings and Specifications forbidding and must state the place or

President of the Dept. Florida A 15.5 I\TII Ji'DiriAi.! riiirniT. iv will be available from the I residence and post-office address of
history. AND FOIl FLAfit.F.H COUNTY Architect. Craig J. Gehlert the claimant and must be sworn to
Ida Lerch million commitment for construction FMmiUA CHANCERY NO. North Halifax Avenue, 'ytJ: I by the claimant, his agent or his

Pres. (1370 Beach<< Florida, only on the following attorney, or It will become void
Dept. Auxiliary. of the Palm Beach EDITH COLEMAN BISHOP basis t : according to law.

Mall in West Palm Beach. I Plaintiff Complete sets Qt Drawings and I October 20th. !!IU.
-VI' Specifications will
be made avail /Josephine Q. Gadapee
JOSEPH -BISHOP, able upon receipt of a $25.00 deposit I Oct. 20 4tc
"This: is due in part to the Defendant
I (limit two), refundable upon I
competition for money from NOTICE TO; Ai'PEAR return of the drawings and specifications IN THE CIRCUIT COURT SEVETH -
THE STATE OF FLORIDA, TO: in good condition.
Why 'blue chip' industries as well as Joseph Bishop al sets will be made AdditiOn-I ANn FOR FLAGLKIl COUNTY
Residence UnknownYou
federal state and municipal I purchase price of $25.00 (not refundable FLORIDA.
are hereby notified that n ). Individual sheets of
the governments. The latter two suit for divorce has been filed Drawings will be made available No.IN TIIAlVtERY..1119.
Monitor against In the above entitled
you nt a purchase price of 60 each
are offering extremely high I cause and you are hereby requiredto (not refundable and Individual Plaintiff
serve upon Plaintiff's Attorney, sheets of ,
specifications will be I
attract investment
whose name and address' appear made available at a purchase price VI.
recommends funds" /Teare said. hereon. your written defense If of $05 each (not refundable). MARY E GOLPHIN.
any. to the Bill of Complaint Insaid Reference Is hereby made to Section Defendant.
The war in Viet Nam and the I suit on or before the 26th I, page A-2, Item No. 7 for Bid DIVORCE
read day of November, 1966.( else decree Form which must be fully executed NOTICE TO APPEAR
you industrial expansion has created pro confesso will be entered and to page A-l of the above sec- THE STATE OF FLORIDA TO:

an unusual demand for money I against you.WIT'rNESS. tion. Items 1, 2 and 3, pertaining MARY E. GOLPHIN
my hand and seal of to Bid Forms Bid Bond and I'er- 125 W. Penn. Street
localnewspaper and everyone is competing for said Court this 24th day of October formance' Bonds t Long Beach N. Y.
your 1966.Official The Flagler County Board of I You are hereby notified that a
it he added. "The old rule of Seal
( ) Public Instruction reserves the I suit for divorce has been filed
supply and demand has forced I GEORGE M. MOODY right to reject any or all Bid! and against you In the above entitled
Clerk of Said I
Court also to waive
Irregularities In
any cause and are hereby requiredto
interest rates to the highest !I By /s/ Joyce Patrick the Bidding serve upon Plaintiff's Attorney
I Deputy JJlerk; All bids shall be completely whose and address
level in recent years. ? \.. WadsworthP. name appear
Your local newspaper I fc a wide.range O. Box 896 sealed and plainly marked on the hereon your written defense If
front of the '
newspaper with many features. Its Teare asserted that the cur Gunnel), Florida To: Mr. Coy Hams,: Superintendent I any to the Bill of Complaint inlaid
suit on or before the 19th day
emphasis is local It also rent cent interest rateis Attorney for Plaintiff. Flagler County
on news. seven per Oct 27 & Nov. 3-10.17..Hc. Board I of November 1966 else decree pro
of Public
reports the major national and International not "shocking" when compared I Instruction confesso will be entered against

news. with the average interest I INVITATION TO HID I House Flagler County Court I )'ou.WITNESS my hand and seal of

THE MONITOR COMPLEMENTS YOUR rate for the past 54 years which I Sealed proposals for the furnishing Bunnell, Florida. said Court this 17 day of October,
LOCAL PAPER of materials and labor on a In addition the front of the envelope A. D. 1966.GEORGE
We specialize in analyzing and interpreting has been about six per cent. Heating and Air Conditioning shall be plainly marked I M MOODY
I system for the new Flagler Sealed Bid for the Flagler Clerk of said Court
the important national and "The trouble is that in the County Material Center, Bunnell Material Center Bunnell countr/:! I (Seal)
international news. Our intention is School, Bunnell, Florida for the Itunnell Florida. By Iff Joyce Patrick
to bring the news into sharper focus. last three or four years we have 1 Klugler County Board of Public Instruction (Signed:! ) HAROLD EMERY. Deputy Clerk.

The Monitor has a worldwide staff of had interest rates as low as five Klagler County Florida. Chairman of the Board I W. L. WADSWORTHP.
Bid will be received at the County Flagler County Board of O. Box 896
correspondents-some of them rank and five and one-quarter percent : Superintendents office on November Public Instruction Bunnell Florida
among the world's finest. And the I 8, 1966, nt 10:00: A.M. at Flagler County Florida. I Attorney for Plaintiff
which tends to make the I
Monitor's incisive, provocative editorials which nnd time and place will be opened Oct 20-27 and Nov 3-3tc. Octo. 20, 27, Nov. 3, 10-4tc
publicly read. Bids received
current rates seem much higher
are followed just as closely
lifter the above
specified time will NOTICE
by the men on Capitol Hill as they ," he said. 1 be returned unopened.
the Drawings and specifications will Notice Is hereby given that Alfred R. Tucker, the holder of the
are by intelligent concerned In predicting a stablizing of be available for Inspection at the following certificate has filed said certificate for a tax deed to be
adult on Main Street. I Superintendent's of Public Instruction Issued he tOrheT certificate number and year of Issuance, the description
WHY YOU SHOULD TRY THE MONITORYou interest rates in the next year office Court House building, property, and the name in which It was assessedare

probably know the Monitor's Teare warned commercial developers Bunnell Florida, Dodge Plan room as follows:
pro In Jacksonville. Florida the Dodge Certificate No 3: Year of Issuance 1963; Description of Property:
fessional reputation as one of the not to expect them to Plan room In Orlando "Florida and S>,4 Tr 1 & Tr 3 Elk 6 St. Johns Development Co. Sub; Sec. 36, Twp
world's finest newspapers. Try the at the Builder's Exchange, Daytona 12, Rge 29 E. 20 acres. Assessed to: B. Coppersmith.
dip to the levels of the 1963-65
Monitor; see how it will take you Beach. Florida and also at the office In addition to the above the following certificates: are outstanding .
period. of the Architect Craig J. Geh- on said property:
above the average newspaper reader. 'I lert. 523 North Halifax Avenue
Just fill out the coupon below. Turning to the effect the tight Dn\tona Beach. Florida. CERTIFICATE 36 NO. YEAR 1965 W. M.HOLDER Walker

------------ situation is Drawings and Specifications for 11 19114 Alfred It.
money having on bidding will be available from the ,
The Christian Science Monitor : Architect. Craig J. 1 1962 Vincent Messina
commercial and industrial developers Gehlert. 623 13 1961
Vincent & Angella Messina
One Norway Street North Halifax Avenue Daytona
Assessed to B.
: Coppersmith
Boston Massachusetts, U.S.A. 02115 he admitted they have Beach basis Florida, only, on the following Also filed for tax deed is the following certificate held by John

Pleas start my Monitor subscription forth been virtually lost In the shut- I Individual: sheets of Drawings Seay 'and Coy G. Harris, Jr.,: Certificate No. 16; Year of Issuance
1963. Description of property: Lot 2, Elk 168. Bunnell, Florida assessed
fie of FHA-VA will be made available at ;
period checked below. I enclose residential prob a purchase to: Mary Kennedy.
price of 1 60 each
(U.S. funds). lems. But he hastened to point I ) and individual sheets(not of refundable specifications *' I In addition to the above the following certificates are outstanding
n 1 YEAR $24 O 6 months $12 out there is will be made available at on property:
Q 3 months SS a bright side. a purchase price of $.05 each (notrefundable i CERTIFICATE 'NO YEAR HOLDER

"One of the best effects is : ). 52 1968 IYea County
Name All constractors shall furnish a 10 1965 John & Coy G. Harris,
the requirement of more equity I bid proposal on their own letterheads Jr.
A and shall Include Bid Bondor Assessed to Mary Kennedy.
Street financing. developer will have
I Security Check and Performance Also filed for tax deed Is the following certificate held by Jack
to put hard cash in his own development Bonds. E. Holt. Jr.: Certificate No.4: Year of Issuance 1963. Description of
City The Flagler County Board of property: Lot 2, Elk Lake
2. Di ton Park Sub.; Assessed to E. H. and
He will take
a long Public Instruction reserves the Ruby Rltts.

State ZIP Code_ look ,to determine if projects are right 1 to reject any or all Bids, and In addition to the above the following certificate are outstanding -
PB16A, also to waive any 1 Irregularities in on said property: ,
--------- economically sound." the bidding.
Reference \II hereby made to Sec 10 YEAR HOLDER
tlon I. Page A-2. Item No. 7 for 12 1966 Charles Trad
Bid Form which must be fully executed 1484 O. F. Alford
and to Page A-l of the above 1984 O. F. Alford

section. WlmF; 1 j.J. and 3, pertaining Assessed to: E. H. & Ruby RI ttl.
24 HourWrecker to Bid Bond and Also filed for tax deed la the following certificate held by Jack
Performance Bonds. E. Holt. Jr. Certificate No. 20: Year of Issuance 1963. Description
Service et'-tl Bids shall be com 'etely of property: Tr 1 Blk 11 St. Johns Dev. Co. Sub. Sec. 31, Twp. 12.
d and marked "Sealed Bid, for 30 E. 10 acres. Assessed to: Mable H. Benton
the Heating and Air Conditioning In addition to the above the following certificates are outstanding -
System: for the Flagler County Ma- on said property:

terial 11, Florida.Center. Bunnell School Dunne CERTIFCATE NO YEAR HOLDER
Flagler Truck & Tractor Co. 15
To: Mr. Coy G. Harris Superin- 19(6 Patricia Purkey
tendent E. Holt Jr.
Flagler County Assessed to Mable H. BenVoV.Jack
Board of Public
MASSEY-FERGUSON Instruction All of said property being in the county of Flagler. State of

Grove Farm. Industrial Equipment House Flagler County Court Florida.Unleu such certificates shall be redeemed according to law the

Bunnell. Florida. property described In such certificates be highest
VIRGIL DECKER Phone ID 7-3242 (Signed) HAROLD EMERY at the Court House door on the first IM d oidlntOth month of
Chairman of the Board November 1968, which I la ohep\ day of November 1966
Owner Bunnell Florida 'b'Ir County Board of Dated this 2Jth day 1961.
I FUgler County Florida. Clerk ot the Circuit
Oct. 20-27 and Nov. 3-Itc. Oct 6. 13. 20, and .7. "". .... Flagler County, Florida Court, I


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As Both Friend RECENT EXPANSION HAS I j WE GIVE METTS Quantity Reserved Right

Enemy to ManThere Recent expansion in the Air I
Force officer procurement has TOP
are two schools of I triggered the need for applicants I Thurs., Fri., Sat.,
though on goats. Air Force and MondayOct.
desiring training ac
One holds that goats are I VALUE SUPER MARKET
cording to TSGT. Dick Maves, 27, 28, 29,
friends of man, supplying him I
Daytona Beach Air Force recruit.
and 31 1966
with nourishing milk, tender
meat, supple hides, and soft I I I er.Volusla and Flagler County STAMPS 103 SOUTH RAILROAD ST. Tel. 437-3201
hair. All this useful animal asks .
college graduates and college
In return Is a bit of scraggly students within 210 days of grad. Lean
grass or brush to chew. uation are eligible to apply. In
The other declares bluntly addition !to a B. S. or B. A. degree Florida Grade "A" PORK
that the goat Is man's worst en applicants muct be between (WHOLE) STEAKS Lb. 59'le
emy. By eating all the vegeta the ages of 20% and 29%
tion from vast areas, the pestiferous and be mentally and physically Florida "A"
animal exposes the soil to qualified for selection to the Officers FRYERS Family Pkg.CUTUP lb. 89
erosion and ruin. Many natural Training School (OTS). FRYERS 5 Bag$4
ists blame goats for stripping Completion of the three-month
eastern Mediterranean lands of training school leads to a sec
trees. ond lieutenant commission. 27;: World's Best

Anti-goat people agree with Flying, Space Systems, Missile LB GroundCapital
the Persian proverb: "If you operations and Aircraft maintenance BEEF 299'SAUSAGE
have no trouble, buy a goat." are among some of the

Coots Under Pressure areas open to qualified appli Limit (2) Please LinkSMOKED
The pro goat faction scored a cants. More details may be obtained
point recently when four French from Sergeant Maves at
goats served underwater re the Daytona Beach Air Force Recruiting Lb.49'
search by spending two weeksin Office located at 620 N.
a pressure tank, the National Ridgewood Ave. or call 2539671.
Geographic Society reports. Cap. U. S. CHOICEBEEF

tain .lacques-Yves Cousteau, director The Black Hills of South Da. Chuck Steak 59C
of said the animals kota not hills but
endured the test pressure, that was -are the highest east of mountains their LIVER Family Steak 69c

Cube Steak .......................
the equivalent of 1,900 feet be. parent range, the Rockies, the I 89c
low the sea. national Geographic says. 1
The successful experiment FRESH OCEAN

strengthens plans to send French California has the tallest of all 39r;; MULLETMEATY Lb. $ g 00
oceanauts more than a thous. living things-the coast red. LB 4 JL
and feet down into the sea to I woods-and the oldest known-
live and work. Goats were test. bristlecone pines, the National

similar ed because to man's.their metabolism Is Geographic says. Pork NECK BONES 5 Lb. $I

"Goats are more like people George Washington was the Pork
than any other animal," declared only president who never lived
the operator of a goat dairy in the White House. But he did Lean (Boston Butt) SPARE RIBS lb. 59c
farm in New York State. She choose the site and approve the

says her charges are lively, en. design. GROCERY
terprising, curious, chatty, affectionate PORK ROAST BARGAINS
-and clean. stomach. Some wild species can Hi-C 46 oz.FRUIT.
Even the most ardent goat hardly be distinguished from For
fancier admits that bucks smell I I sheep. DRINKS 3 89C
terrible, especially In the mating Domestic species sprang from
season. On the other hand, does the'Pasang, a wild goat of Asia Morton's (Plain or Iodized) "
are as fastidious as a debutante. Minor. This goat probably was Lb 55
Goat milk is a staple in the Med I domesticated before the cow SALT 2 Boxes: : 2SeKraft

iterranean countries, Switzer. sometime prior to 3000 B. C.
land, parts of France, and sec Today, goats are one of the
tions of Central Europe. I most widspread of domestic an MIRACLE WHIP & 590
The United States has only I imals; they flourish everywhere

120,000 milk goats, however. except the polar regions. Goatsare Starkist (% Can Light Chunk)
Kraft 24 (All Purpose)
They are far outnumbered by vital to the economy in many oz.
the 3,000,000 mohair bearing An. poor areas where small farmers TUNA Can 35e
goras. In Texas, the leading I. cannot afford cattle. OIL
goat-raising state, a prize An. Undeniable, goats pose a ma. Pet Tall CannedCREAM
gora may sell for as much as jor threat to trees. A goat will Cans
$1,300. I eat his way from the root to the 5 790
The common American goat, topmost leaf of a five-foot tree, 24 oz. :;
a hybrid, numbers about a million and churn the ground beneathIt 39 : ( or S. R.)
; it is valued chiefly for I to dust with its hoofs.A F URain '
BS.'Bb 49C
clearing underbrush. Contrary to II few years ago, a Lebanese Bil.
populer belief, the goat distains farmer planted thousands of
tin cans, old shoes, and shirts. trees in a mountain pass. One DAIRY
I Limit ((1)) with $5.00 or more
Horns Are Hollow night a herd of goats strayed onto
food order Kraft (16 Slice)
Goats close relative of the land sleeping
are a past a
the sheep, ox, and antelope,' watchman and, by morning, had CHEESE Pkg. Sge
sharing with them the hollow, destroyed four years' growth of
horn, cloven hoof, and four-part! trees. Flo-Cane BAKERY DEPT.

Everfresh 20 oz.
WHITE BREAD 4 Loaves 9e

5 Lb. :;: Regular


((1)) with $5.00 or more

437-3394 food order BReAd APPLES ?Bag. 49e

Sunlite ((303 Can) GRAPES lb. 17c


H. CRAIG Funeral Director

JOHN CAPO. ManagerAIR 3 39 :;: FREE Given TOP With VALUE the Purchase STAMPS of

OXYGEN the Following Items

50 FREE 10 lb. Bag Irish Potatoes.
Cans Please 50 FREE-3 Ibs. or More Chuck Roast.
Limit ((6))
7-3532 I
Phone ID
Gallon .
50 FREE ya Ice Milk.Thursday



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TreadweU, Mrs. Lyman Gage, who are receiving dependency I
&a.C and Mrs. Vernon Raymond. Hostesses I and indemnity compensatnon. .
I J-fagfer for the coffee hour were Dixon stated that the VA asks I E
Mrs. Lynn Clary and Mrs. Keith I that the forms be returned as B
Lovell. I soon as possible, and ,that care I i R P ss
W. S. C. S. TO HOLD I friends in Conn.COMMUNITY The WSCS will serve a public be taken to see that the card SI 1p
SUNDAY SERVICE AT dinner Tuesday evening, November does not become folded or mutl I
METHODIST CHURCHThe I MEMORIAL 8th in Fellowship Hall at I lated. It is to be used in automatic I

W. S. C. S. will hold the I,, CHURCH HEWS I the Flagler Beach Methodist machines that require the i iI
services Sunday morning at the' The Ladles Guild of the Community Church. The menu to include I card to be flat and intact. Dix i I I
Flagler Beach Methodist Churchin ]I Memorial Church will homemade chicken pie, perfection on said for help and assistancein I
Flagler Beach. ,, meet in fellowship Hall today salad, and homemade apple filling out the cards, he sug i I Prompt Service
The following Sunday, November (Thursday) at 2 p. m. Members and pumpkin pie. gests that veterans see their local ,
6th, the Men's Club will be I I are asked to please bring art! WSCS members will have a Veteran County Service Ofj The TribunePhone
In charge of the morning service.''' cles for the miscellaneous table Clean-up Day at Fellowship Hall I j fleer. [ Flagler
This Is Laymans Day. 'I'I to be sold at the VFW Halloween on Thursday morning, Novem
There will be a Turkey shootat i Carnival being held on ber 3rd. Those attending are I I 437.3282
1 p. m. November 5, at the j I I Saturday, October 29th at the asked to bring cleaning mater. &lnHeI cnupt- i
Airport. This will be sponsored Civic Center in Bunnell. Hostesses ials.The 1 I
by the Mens Club of the Methodist I I for the afternoon will be M. Y. F. and the Church School A/euL
_ Church. The proceeds will Mrs. Sid Weksler and Mrs. Sarah School will hold their annual I 3 GAL. FOR $5.00
go into the organ fund. I i Dickinson UNICEF drive on October 27. Sophomore News QUALITY PAINT

On Monday, October 31st at I I Next Sunday's sermon topic I On October 24, the SophomoreClass It. V'. Yeoman, Ormond Death
I began decorating their entry Hand Ave. U. S. 1
6:30: p. m the executive board will be 'A Marvelous Wonder" SOME VETERANS Corner
will hold In the Fel for the Homecoming Parade. 677.8020 9 a. m. till 5:30:
a meeting brought by Rev. R. W. Dickert,
I WILL RECEIVE I The Class has $25.00 In the
lowship Hall. pastor at the eleven o'clock (Come In and aM It made)
I treasury with which It can work. .
church service. Sunday ----
I I I It is hoped that all class mem
session begins at 9:45: with
FBES PTAMEMBERSHIP I T. Dixon, of the Florida bers will cooperate with this ef- Bookkeeping and
DRIVEA I I I classes for all ages. Everyone, of Veteran's Affairs I
welcome. I Ii Dept. explained -, fort. Income Tax: Service }
drive for new members of I!I today :that income ques- I Carla Tucker,
i R. T. Shockney
Parent-Teacher Association of II, I tionaires which determine the I 10 Reporter. I I P. O. Box 842 I
Flagler Beach Elementary School I Woman's Club:: News i amount of pension a veteran or I _V I Ormond Beach, Florida
Is in progress. Mrs. Harry Strick I Mrs. V. W. Haines, Ways and his dependents receive from the I Subscribe, to The Hagler Tribune Phone 677.4587 1
land, President is asking all Means chairman of the Flagler I Veterans Administration, will be I 52.50 A Year In Advance f
parents and interested persons/ Woman's Club reminds the included in the November payments I(
>**yxx<&yx*' :':' : ':':':' :':':':
to obtain their bers of the "Surprise this year.Recipients I < v
cards as soon as memberShiP// booth the Club is having mem.1 I of VA pensions are | It
These membership cards may VFW's Halloween required to return the income I II HART REFRIGERATION
be obtained by calling Mrs. Betty I the Civic Center in Bunnell on questlonaire before January 31,i '' %
Ann Chase, membership chair Saturday, October 29th. Those 1967 In order that their pension I
man, telephone 439.2212, send not being contacted are askedto may be continued. Pensions vary ::: AND |:
ing money for the cards to, please bring wrapped or unwrapped according to the amount of In. :I ;;
school student and the Articles to the Thrift !
by a I come a veteran has from other ELECTRIC SERVICE
cards will be returned to you Shop next Friday afternoon for ; sources. VA pensions go to per. .
stopping by the school office or this project. Articles are to be sons who have become ,totally

from Mrs. Harry Strickland, telephone priced from lOc to 50c. Mrs. H. disabled from other than service ::: Bunnell, Fla. Box 253-A, Rl *J
4392124. G. Heydt grid Mrs. Jasper White,
incurred causes. ::: Phone 437-3698 $:
Thrift Shop Chairmen report the The questionnaires also go to 0

MR. AND MRS. LERCH rummage sale held last Friday the parents of deceased veterans :;..:.::.::.:.:::; '::';,::,:,:.::.:.:.:,::.:,:.:.:,:.:.:.:.::.:.::.:.::.::.::.::.::.:.:.:.:.:.:.:.:.? :
ATTEND FUNERAL IN and Saturday was a big success
PENNSYLVANIAMr. and thanK! all those helping in
0 and Mrs. Howard Lerch any way. .
were in Pennsylvania to attend
the funeral of Mrs. Cora M. Mrs. Jlijt Purvis and children,
Lerch at Myerstown, Pa., who Buddy and Kevin, of Miami are
died Saturday, October 8. Funeral visiting With her parents, Mr.
services were held in Jones. and Mrs. Henry Boss. I
town, Pa.Howard. ;
was the step son of the deceas. The Women's Society of Chris.
tian Service of the Flagler Beach OMCQLO&-TV (
Lerch, young son of Mr. Methodist Church met Thurs. ( ).1
E. V. Lerch, returned !to Flagler day, October 13th at Fellowship! RF
Beach with Mr. and Mrs. Lerch Hall. The program on "The Ml- tQ S2A+
where he will make his future sion School" was presented by i iS

home. Mrs. Bernie Wilson and Mrs. Fred II
Marks. Those participating were
Mrs. Caroline Sterry has re Mrs. Clarence Schultz, Mrs.
turned to her home on Lambert William Chlmky, Mrs. Reynold I II U rt
Ave., Flagler Beach, after a two Hoover, M/s. Lester Stanton, Mrs. .d r 2 $

month visit with relatives and I Allen Jejikinson' Mrs. Harry, F i 6tiT: 1 V

I : 9


r4 )i

Robert King High ": I @ .a r

has Promised to 4 3i i

Raise Your TaxesHe

would increase sales taxes by $200,000,000

annually and place a severance tax on

phosphate. The present administration is

sure to raise income taxes right after the

election. How High can taxes go?



Democrat or Republican you can

Vote for the MAN with a PLANs
F DOt b all

.World Series Baseball Scenic Westerns Exotic
lands Secret-agent shows Spectaculars! Your favorite programs to
I life in realistic color for your height of enjoyment. Not two or three years come hence
I but now. today!
Live it up with the "Magic 3" radio,
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See the marvelous selections and values at your dealer's now.
C 0 M P A N Y


II 0 1 C E Valleydale "ALL MEAT"

LOCALS ATSi Smoked Sausage

Mrs. Jennie Black and Benny' Ladies' Skirts lb. 53

Black, of Black's Flower Shop,I'
were in Jacksonville Sunday attending i
Diminish Men'sLong I
the Fall and Christmas! ;
Design School held at the George S. D. A. ChoiceCHUCK
Washington Hotel. I

Ladies' hemlines have bobbedup ROAST lb. 53
Mr. and Mrs. Clarence II. Nie- I and down for years, but the
sen have returned home after long-term trend has been more I IU.
spending a week in Miami vis I up than down. S. D. A. Choice

iting with relatives and friends.Mr. Today, the skirt has reached

record altitudes-two, three, RIB STEAKS lb.
and Mrs. Howard Hunter I even four inches above the 7 9lb.
and sons, Lee and Ron of Orlando 1 knee. Some social historians
visited with his mother,
suggest that the skirts may disappear Fresh Florida Grade "A" ((4 Ibs. & up)
Mrs. Etta Hunter during the past altogether. I

weekend. There is a precedent: Men's

CLARENCE WILLIAM skirts disappeared centuries ago. i Hens 39Streak
PENDARVISMr. In ancient Greece and Rome,! .
the National Geographic Society
and Mrs. Fred Pendarvis I,
says, trousers were unknown.
are the parents of a son born '
Roman soldiers in Germany were
October 15 at the Baptist Hospital I "Sugar Creek"FRANKS Streak O'Lean
fascinated by the two-legged I
is the
in Jacksonville. He
garment worn by local tribes '
grandson of Mr. and Mrs. C. WHITE BACON
P'I men. But the manly Romans
Gordon of Bunnell.
could not easily discard traditional
12 oz. lb.
garb, so they hid their 39c 4ge
Recent visitor here With Mr. Pkg.
trousers under the billowing
and Mrs. A. C. Rodgers, was Mrs.
folds of skirts
Mark Kay Cheney of Arkansas.Mr. No Embarrassment I Copeland's SMOKED ((14-16 Ib. Avg.) HALF OR WHOLE'HAM

and Mrs. C. A. Riddell had By the middle ages, men
as their guest Sunday her son, dressed in trousers without em '
Joy Sisco of Jacksonville. He also barrassment. With ,the pants I '
visited with his sister Mrs. C. O. they wore a short tunic, often lb. 59I
Magee at Flagler Beach. He also made of undyed woolen cloth.A .
stopped over in St. Augustinefor cloak for cold weather completed
a visit with Mr. Magee whois the wardrob. Women
a patient in the hospital, fol- went about in long, shapeless

lowing a heart attack. I dresses.The shape of the dresses I I LEAN PORK LOIN ROAST

Howard Taylor Jr., of Fort proved over the centuries, 1m-I WESTERN .. .Lb. 6ge j jVan

Pierce, visited here several days in !the early 1900's, a lady
this week with friends.Mr. ing a muddy street still had No.2i2 Can
gather up her skirts. Camp'sBEANS
and Mrs. William L. Wads- The rise of the skirt began innocently 4 .

worth and daughter,Prunie, were enough with at tunic- COFFEE
in Tallahassee during the past like overskirt in 1912. The novelty Lyke's 15 oz. Can

weekend attending the football and caught three designers'later !the attention overskirt -, CORNED HASH 3 For $100
festivities.Mr. had years become the whole I BEEF .7 1 ft: 47e

and Mrs. L. A. Salt of St. dress.
1 with $5.00 or more food order
HAWAIIAN 46 oz. Can
Petersburg visited here this The hemline soared to the I .
week with Mr. and Mrs. Walter midcalf region, a truly daring PUNCH 3 For $<4TOO
height for the era. ,
Morris. They are the parents of: ShoCklnglY'1
Mrs. Morris. 'i the ankle and a
"nether limb" were now on display Our Value No. 303 Can -

Mrs. Jack Clegg and Mrs. Rich'I For
The skirt climbed higher in BEANS 3 8 Can
ard Cantrell spent several days EN oz.
in Miami this week buying for I the 1920's. By 1927 shy women ,9BISCUITS For
complained that it was impos- 4 33e
the Land 'n Sea Fashions. I Canada Dry Plus DepositFLAVOR
I sible to sit down without revealing
:I at least a little of the DRINKS 26 oz. $ g 00 Kraft Quart
Mrs. Tony Kahlert has return 8
knee. To the relief of SOFT Btls.
many Ea.
ed home after a visit with relatives ORANGE JUICE
in St. Louis, Mo. women, the hemline plunged in Zge
the 1930's, returning to the mid- I
medical calf position whence it had I EVERCANE
Marie Muzyka was a I
started a decade and a half 6-PAK CARTON
patient in the Bunnell General I
Hospital several days this week.I II earlier. SUGAR PIXIE
I But the skirt didn't, stay down I PIES
; for long. By 1939 it had risen
the Methodist Mens I lb.
(Value 59c)
the early'1920's.
almost as high as 5 39c
in Lees-
Retreat held recently Bag
The hemline stayed at
With purchase of
burg were Jim Townsend, Allen
knee length until 1947, when Limit 1 with $5.00 or more food order
Reynolds, and Ray Mercer. I Paris couturier Christian Dior (1) %: GALLON FOREMOST

sent it crashing down again

y j I i with his "New Look." FRESH PRODUCE FRENCH ICE CREAM
Four Inches Above KneeIn
RENEW YOURDRIVER'S the 1950's the skirt crept Cello BagAPPLES

LICENSE 101RING up again with the sackdress. lb.Bag. OUR VALUEDETERGENT
YOUR ,, Instead of falling again in the 4 4ge
BIRTH MONTH 1960's, in the way of cycles, the
(Continued on page 8))

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Size 3ge
Sweet Florida Juice

Fresh Flower Vase Arrangementsalso Doz. Limit 1 with $5.00 or more food order

Permanent Flower Arrangements I

Delivery to Hospital and Churches 1 I4t ItX111


Phone 437-3227
St. Phone 437-3348 OPEN SUNDAYS
111 North Forsythe
8:00 a.ra.-1:00 p.m.

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walking through smoke of burn Annual Nutrition slaughter on pastures in south calcium, phosphorus and vita.
Gardening In Florida Ing ivy stems or leaves.A Florida, and feeding citrus pulp min D in the nutrition of dairycattle.

(B'f Bern'f Sharp) I few folks swear that they Conference In Jax that's previously been used as .

catch the itch via fog droplets chicken litter-a mew innovationin Also during the afternoon, information
let it be.
'Leaflets three, drifting past ivy plants. and the feeding of cattle. on the commodity .
a good rule to follow If you November 2 5
markets and
Mild cases of dermatitis can Also on the afternoon program transportation
are susceptible to poison Ivy. be treated with home remedies. i The 23rd annual Florida Nutrition are such topics as the effects of be given.

Poison -Ivy is a vine that and These include a shower using I Conference will be held environmental stress on nutritional Following the conference,

climbs fence ornamentals.posts, trees It clingsto strong soap, or a paste of baking : in Jacksonville Nov. 2.5, where requirements, the availability : those attending will see the

even some soda. Several remedies are I 20 speakers will be 'on hand to bank credit-an important I Florida-Georgia game at the
small roots
the surfaces by avilable at the drug store. I with the! facts and figures" of factor with today's higher Gator Bowl Nov. 5.
along the stems. The plant is I
of the animal feeding and nutrition.. I
If a sizeable part bodyis interest rates. Rounding out the
easily recognized by the :three affected, consult a physicianas One of the top areas to be discussed day, talks will be given on the Scale models of Florida
the a
leaflets at top ivy poison can be quite ser the afternoon of Nov. 3 role of public relations and whatis beaches help University of

stalk. ious. is feeding beef cattle. Florida known about complete feeds Florida engineers determine the

Poison ivy causes an Itch- There are a number of other Agricultural Experiment Stations for dairy cattle.A causes of erosion, which washes

better known as dermatitis by poisonous plants around the scientists will talk on fat roundtable discussion Nov. away more than 300 acres of

the up-town gardeners. home. One is the oleander.If tening heavy !type calves in the 4 by the staffs from animal,I I Florida's most valuable real

Regardless of the name, you'll you try to rid your propertyof feedlot, fattening cattle for dairy and poultry science departments estate each year.

probably claw the itching places oleanders by burning, don't at Florida will treat

until they ooze a colorless fluid Inhale the smoke. Smoke from Eating frankfurters roasted on some recent feeding problems 1 i .

which spreads the poison. this toxic plant is as fatal as a oleander stems may force you which have been encounteredby II O. F. ALFORD

Some people get this skin ail I death chamber.All to take a sudden trip to the hos the state's growers. I B-

ment by touching poison ivy or I parts of the plant are poisonous pital. Eating part of the plant The Florida Feed Association \II

handling Items-such as tools if eaten. One leaf con I may send you on a one-way I will hold its annual meeting the Real Estate Broker
or pets-that have been in con tains enough poison to kill an 'trip to the cemetery. BunnelL Florida
same day at 10:30 a. m. Guest
tact with the plant. Others geta 1 adult. Dry leaves are as deadlyas Oleander poison may cause speaker for Nov. 4 is Carroll we ......
good case of dermatitis by green leaves. I
only nausea drowsiness decreased
or a Lamb of the Florida Departmentof 77 TVT"i
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J pulse rate. Acute symptoms Agriculture. PETERSON TEXACO

include irregular heart action I Topics ,to be covered the afternoon SERVICE

unconsciousness, respiratory of Nov. 4 include forced I ROAD SERVICE I
CLASSIFIEDADS paralysis and death. The toxic moulting of layers, vitamin A in
properties of the plant are from cattle nutrition, feeding replacement Light Mechanic Work
two glucosddes nerloslde and P one 431.3<<1 3unnell
pullets and the value of ...
oleandroside. .
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I. -
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Glorlosa, or climbing Illy, con
tains a deadly poison. The plant BUDDY KNOX
... .
Lmtlmf under thl*. heading are 3 ee>U per word each .rtI. .
contains mixture of alkaloids
a ,
TWO STEP TABLES, 1 coffee WANTED A CARETAKER for chiefly colchicine. This high YOUR ATLANTIC DEALER

table, all three $14.95. Jerry's I Lake Diston Lodge, free rent, speed poison acts fast and death Bunnell Atlantic Service StationU.

Furniture and Appliances, Old utilities. Opportunity to earn has been known to occur in 4

Dixie Highway, 2 miles south of additional money renting lodge hours after eating a tuber of the S. Highway 1 Day Phone 437-3652
Korona. Phone 437-3752.10-27-ltc and two cottages, fishing boats, glorlosa. fffifo

etc. Contact Spurlin. 701 Church These are only three of the V+ P Night Ph. 437-3944
6 MONTH OLD ZIG ZAG-Repossessed

but like new, makes street--, Decatur-, -Ga.- -10273tpEXCHANGE _..- score or more toxic plants that REPAIR, REBUILD GENERATORS, STARTERSAND
grow around Florida home-
hundreds of fancy stitches, CARBURETORS
steads. Don't become alarmed
makes automatic buttonholes,
and chop down all your plants, 24 Hour Heavy Duty Wrecker Service
sews on buttons, monograms, My 3 bedroom, 1 bath modern
because continue to
embroiders, darns, patches, etc. home with hardwood floors for you can en-
Joy all your ornamentals, if you
Guaranteed. Assume remaining
house in Bunnell
or property or
curb the habit of chewing leavesor
6 paments of 600. Phone Collect Flagler Beach. Call or write

Daytona 255-6431., 10-27-2tp,: Charles Trad, Associate Key Many twigs of times plants.children are the Flagler County Insurance

FOR SALE-Second hand toilet I I Realty Asso. Inc. 6777878. 69 W. victim of toxic plants. So, teach

and in condition Granada Ave., Ormond Beach, the avoid
lavatory good small-fry to putting:
$8.00. Phone before noon 437.3735 I Fla.. Oct. 13, 3tp anything In their mouth except 'i Agency, Inc.
-- -- ---- -----
Oct. 27, ltp food.
LOSE WEIGHT safely with Dex- I'
For complete details on home All Forms of Insurance
BIG AUCTION SALE at Tony's A-Diet Tablets. Only 98c at
grown toxic plants, secure Agricultural -
Warehouse in Holly Hill on Par Moody Pharmacy. Oct. 20, 8 tp. Extension Service Bulletin j 105 North Bay Street -:- Phone 437-3171
quet Drive, Saturday evening,
No. 175, "Poisonous Plants
October 29, 1 block south of Bill's HOUSE FOR SALE-2 story I. Bunnell, Florida 32010LIFEFIREAUTOCASUALTY
Around the Home" The publication
Shed turn right I block then left frame house, 200 North Railroad BONDS
Is available from county
on dirt road. Oct. 27, Itc street. Inquire after 7 p. m.
and home economic agents. |
Phone 4373580. Oct. 6 TF .. .
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FOR RENT-3 bedroom unfurnished
house in Palm Harbor, SEPTIC TANK Cleaning; drain

Flagler Beach. Contact W. E. fields installed; Rota-Roter snail qy

Fennell, Jr., Phone 4392181. shell. Reasonable prices. Call

Oct. 27, Itc George Jarosz, 437.3410 8-1-tf I
FOR SALE-Wolverine Deluxe BEE LINE FASHIONS 'r b /
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Camper; Chevrolet Truck, both Home Style Shows. Clothing for FIORIDq

in good condition, ready to go. whole family. Hours you choose. !" CITIZEN

Bargain. D. 0. Everhart, 305 S. Car and phone necessary. No in r t

16th Street, Flagler Bead Phone vestment. Write P. O. Box 93,

439.2498. 10134tp. Holly Hill, Fla. 10.20,27,11-3; 3tp
HOUSE FOR SALE- with 1.5

LINOTYPE OPERATORS wantedin acres improved land, CB-2-BR,

Florida for permanent employment bath, built in kitchen. Located t

by outstanding 20,000 five miles west of Bunnell off

circulation evening daily owned highway 100. Call David J. Burn-

by well known newspaper and sed in Gainesville at 3760619. >

magazine group. Clean University Oct. 6-TF

city with excellent schools, -
wonderful climate and good
working conditions. Many employee -
benefits including retire BEACH REALTY CO.

ment plan, liberal sick leave, LOTS, HOMES, OCEAN FRONT,
hosplltallzation and paid vaca
tions. Open shop. Start work immediately
ice us for your real estate need
at $118 per week. Call I
Office Phone HE 9.2242
collect George Doyle, Sun, Residence Phones ID 7.3691

Gainesville, Florida. Area 904, or ID 7-3517
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LADIES' SKIRTS Though technology did not HEAD THE TRIBUNE
Bunnell Methodist
Female Mosquito ;
advance rapidly in the middle CLASSIFIED ADDS
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Ranks As Enemy ChurchOliver ages, substantial progress was
skirt climbed to previously unsealed
made. In the i
the 12th century,
Number OneA ( F. Taylor. Pastor) heights, sometimes four 1 windmill, wheelbarrow, window AlexanderLumber
inches above the knee.
fragile, long legged female LOVE THROUGH GOD ( glass, candle, and paved road I CompanyFLAGLER

has persevered as public enemy No two people ever remain A new world has opened to were invented. Spectacles and

No. 1. constantly with each other. The I make-up manufacturers. Cosmeticians the ship's rudder appeared in BRANCH

Undaunted by sprays, chemi only possible exceptions wouldbe I now dispense basic leg the 13th; the grandfather clock Summer Time

cals, and repellants, the female I I Siamese twins of whom I makeup in shades ranging was devised in the 14th.HASTINGS .
mosquito spreads more distress have read. Otherwise human from white to deep tan. Fash- I
I I lives are mobile, and we are I II Special
throughout the world than any Ion artists specialize in paint r
other Insect, the National Geo' apart from our loved ones a '
I, great majority of the time even ing fancy designs, like sun MATTRESS 'I'
graphic Society says. Quantity Discount Paint
under conditions of living under bursts or butterflies on knees. I & UPHOLSTRY WORKS

In Dallas, a recent Invasion by the, same roof. We are also separated 710-12 Lemon St.
the domestic culex mosquito and The flesh-colored sheer stocking SALESavings
by our vocations, Pal atka. Flot'idaI'
touched off a wave of the dread. particularly when the young' a daring innovation whenit I Phone EA 5-9166

ed encephalitis, or sleeping sick man is in the military service. oppeared in 1925, but now ,I FurnituUpholstering I
ness. Air Force spray planes Human relationships involvingour standard apparel-today must Repairea & Refinished up to 207. on

countered the enemy with In. loved ones can be beautifuland compete with stockings of many Mattresses & Box Springs Exterior-Interior
secticide. tender. These relationshipscan I different colors and designs. Made to Order Also Renovated Masonry-Wood Paint
Call Laura Morris 437-3233
A news report from South express a trust and a As the skirt shrinks, brightly After 6:00 P. M. Let us assist you with our
is bound through
Viet: Nam says a malaria mosquito colored tights increase in popu PRICES REASONABLE. I remodeling or home
God needs to be included in our
there is proving more elu larity. A modish young lady BUDGET PLAN IF NEEDED.
other and He improvement service.
love for each Just as near as
sive and harder to defeat than finds herself in clothing quite your
alone forms the perfect triangleof Phone Post Office i
the Viet Cong. similar to the tunic and tights
human relationship. "The Drop Us A Card or Call
worn by young men at the time Free & TRADE WITH JOHNNY
Delivery ,
watch between and
Mosquito Plagues IndiaIndia's Lord you Columbus crossed the Atlantic.
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a mosquito species called ano from the other." Genesis 31:49. .

pheles. The United States has
contributed more than $75 million some mosquitoes feed on reptiles .

to mount an offensive and frogs.A .

against the tiny killers. Armed female mosquito stabs her

with powerful insecticides and victom with a complex proboscis

modern spray equipment, an equipped with six piercing or .
army of 150,000 men has launch. gans. She can easily drill TRY
ed an offensive against the ma- through the skin of her prey to

1 a r i a mosquito's breeding reach a capillary.The .

grounds. female injects a saliva THE WORLD'STOUGHEST
Swamps, saltwater marshes, that breaks down the blood. This
and receding flood waters are fluid not only causes the itch
favorite breeding places. Many that accompanies the bite; it '
deposit their eggs in damp soil, I I transmits any disease the insect
but these will not hatch until A
may be carrying. strong suction
covered with water. head of ,the
pump at the
Mosquito eggs need about two large proboscis tube then draws I .

days to hatch Into larvae, or up the thinned blood.
"wigglers." The highly active, 2-DOOR
Mosquitoes apparently are
aquatic creatures must rise per.
lured to people by carbon dioxide
IOdically to the surface to
warmth and moisture. Thin
/ breathe. The wigglers eat minute -
persons are favorite targets, be.
plants and animals; their
cause they tend to have a high.
enemies Include fish and aqua. .
tic insects. er metabolic rate and thus release I
I heat than sturdier
After about a week, !the larvae more
pass through the pupal stage I folk. I
and emerge as adults.A Mosquitoes not only attack
mosquito's life span ranges'! people, animals, and crops;; they
from several weeks to a year. It'': have drastically changed history

seldom ventures more than a as well.

few hundred yards from the I When malaria mosquitoes invaded 1
place it hatched. I Greece In 400 B. C., farm ,

Mosquitoes live partly. on I I ers fled marshy regions. The I 9'0.This
plant juices, but the female of abandonment of croplands caus
many species need blood to maI I I ed food shortages that contrib

ture their eggs. Favorite victims uted to the decline of Greek civilization

are warmblooded prey, though .
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new Chevy pickup looks so good you could call it a 2door.

Formal! Opening, Saturday, Oct. 29 (You could also call it the toughest Chevy pickup ever built!)

SERVING INFORMAL BUFFET- This Fleetside pickup's got a lot now protect sheet metal againstmore
than good looks going for tire splash.
you. Inside, the color-keyed cab
SECOND It's got new construction to looks and feels like a pleasant

( bring you more durability, place to work.There are a num
5:00 P. M.-9:00 P. M. working ease,comfort and safeber of new safety features, too:
ty. Check that new all-steel an energy-absorbing steering

YOUR ENTERTAINMENT AND pickup box, for example. New wheel and a dual master cylinder -
FOR full double-wall side panels and brake system,to name two.
PLEASURE WE ARE PROUD TO AN- tailgate keep your load from And here's another thing the

NOUNCE THE ADDITION OF A POOL leaving its mark on Chevy's new Chevy pickup's got going

ROOM AND COLOR TELEVISION.WE good looks. And new measures for you: it rides better than
have been taken to help keep some cars. Choose from 26
out rust and corrosion. Like the Fleetside and Stepside models
one-piece wheelhousings that now at your Chevrolet dealer's.





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