The Flagler tribune
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Title: The Flagler tribune
Physical Description: Newspaper
Language: English
Publisher: s.n.
Place of Publication: Bunnell Fla
Creation Date: March 4, 1965
Publication Date: -1981
Frequency: weekly
Subjects / Keywords: Newspapers -- Bunnell (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Flagler County (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Genre: newspaper   ( marcgt )
newspaper   ( sobekcm )
Spatial Coverage: United States -- Florida -- Flagler -- Bunnell
Coordinates: 29.4675 x -81.256944 ( Place of Publication )
Dates or Sequential Designation: Began in 1917?
Dates or Sequential Designation: -69th year, no. 36 (Sept. 3, 1981).
General Note: Mrs. M.B. Fuller, editor.
General Note: Description based on: Vol. 43, no. 20 (June 2, 1955).
Funding: Funded by NEH in support of the National Digital Newspaper Project (NDNP), NEH Award Number: PJ-50006-05
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Source Institution: University of Florida
Holding Location: University of Florida
Rights Management: All rights reserved. Board of Trustees of the University of Florida
Resource Identifier: aleph - 001024369
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System ID: UF00079914:00269
 Related Items
Preceded by: St. Johns tribune
Succeeded by: Palm Coast news
Succeeded by: Flagler/Palm Coast news-tribune

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L.' VOLUME 53, NO.. 9 THURSDAY, MARCh 4, 1965 $2.50 A YEAR
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County Boards REV. TOLLE AT I II Flagler Beach I SUPT. COY HARRIS School Board

Right of Way for CHURCH SUNDAYRev. Elects Three NewCommissioners : RIGHTS INSTITUTE J Submits Plan onSchoollntergration

'p' Three Bridges .Joe Tolle, District Superintendent Supt. of Public Instruction Coy 1

of the DeLand District C. Harris attended a Civil Rights
" Mayor George Wickline won a I
Methodist Churches will deliver Institute held In )
H ; Miami at the
rl The Board of County Commis seat on the Flagler Beach City The
the the Beach 1 Flagler County Board of
Berman at Flagler University of Miami Tuesday
sloners its Commission in
at meeting Monday Tuesdays City Public Instruction
agreed to buy approximately 4,. Methodist Church Sunday morn election which elected three new : through Friday. The Institute with the authorities Tuesday filed its

r lot-, 000 feet of right of way on the ing. commissioners and a mayor.R. was financed by the Federal !I plan for proper of
. Following the service a dinner Government and desegration schoolsin
Road where the State I I L. McNab former was sponsored
Dupont a mayor, the
will be served. This will be followed by the University of Miami j county, as required by
. Road Dept. has agreedto build was elected to serve to a JWo '
, I the Civil Rights Act of 1964.The .
by the quarterly church I This institute was attended ,
three concrete bridges to replace I! year term.Wickline. ,
conference. I t I by school board members and
the three existing wooden struc won from a field of I i plan provides for Inter.
' tures built and maintained by superintendents from Florida gration of the schools of the
nine candidates for of the I.
one I I I I.I
:1:1I RobinsonTo and South Georgia 1: which will in
I the county.r : Rev. three seats up for election this county begin Sep.
I tember of this year. The complete
Charles Rockett and Willie
year. I
r. \ Commissioners pointed out Speak At Harrison, both new comersin Bunnell Voters !I plan is to be published
that the
existing bridges are
I I as a legal advertisement in The
I not only a heavy expense to the I the local politics, won the ,
I Tribune The advertise.
Beach Church r Elects Two soon.
other seats. Rockett led In the CityCommissioners
county to maintain, but they I ment will specify the details of
with total of 19-1
balloting a
are not substantial enough to I I Rev. Richard L Robinson, director I I the plan.
votes followed by Wickline with
the modem truck loads oftoday's
carry of the Gospel Futherance
1 I 188 votes, and Harrison 163. t School
business. Supt. Coy Harris and
pulpwood Society, a mission board work. Incumbent II. V Peavy and
I Incumbent R. R. Mosby re : board members have been work*
j ing Europe on both sides of the former commissioner C. B: Elsen
The bridges will be paid for I ceived 150; Ray Lehr, 145; Mar. ing the past several months on
Iron Curtain, will be the speak. bach elected in the
were city
from the county's secondary Givens 135 Charles Mis "
garet ; the problem a Jl'rSK' H come UP
Memorial I
er at the Community election as commissioners. In.
money. slnne 131 Incumbent Dave
; with
Rf\t wlll
Church in Flagler Beach March cumbent Commissioner Atkinson Wm')
Dobson, 71; and Gerald Smith, mee } )1lr Ql t.1 Six
Agreed to condemn certain 7 to 10.The was defeated in the race. I I I 1
lands for rights of way for the a former Commissioner, 64. In of the Cl 1r11 Act.
Rev. Mr. Robinson has re cumbent commissioner Tom Peavy received .a. total of 163
Lake Disston road, but will discuss I
After of the
the matter with State Road cently come from Europe, wherehe Duncan did not seek re-electlon.In votes; Elsenbach 120, and Atkin publication plan,
the Mayors race McNab re. this newspaper will attempt to
ministered In various coun son 75.
at DeLand this
Dept personnel I inform Its readers what
month. tries in which the society con ceived 274 and Rev. Reynold i Under the city's mayor-com* dCle'rre.atlon *
of schools here entails In.
ducts missionary activity. The Hoover, 162.Harry missioner form of government, ,
Frank Brede, member of the work of the GFS Is geared to the mayor will be elected from eluding official procedure for assignment .

East Flagler Mosquito Control reach Ukranlnlan, Russian, and Clegg Dies I{ the commission members at the of pupils to various

District asked the board to put German refugees, as well asthe t organizational meeting In April. schools.

some shell In low places In a general population In Europe.A Sunday FollowingA Before any plan was fin
road leading off from 100 near vast number of these refugees Holdover commissioners are ally adopted, Supt. Harris and
Shelton Barber who is
the beach so equipment can be fled from countries behind Heart AttackHarry serving board members attended a number .
moved In for control as mayor, M. B. McDaniel and
purposes.The the Iron Curtain. They now live of meeting in various placesn

board agreed to do it. In free Europe. Out of the several Clegg of the Haw Creek I'' Dave A total Perryman.of 201 votes were ca.tout ) the state to study, with other

Agreed to advertise for specialact million refugees who fled Section of Flagler County died of a total city registrationof school men, the best plan that +\
communist countries In order to I I '
the board Sunday afternoon shortly after would meet the ftderal Statute
to give county 495.
escape ,the ,ot:communism attack his f
troi of. recreation funds instead tyranny; suffering a heart at requirements. The board, with
;i of municipalities.Agreed about 85 percent still dwellIn home. lie was a retired cabbage the advice and counsel of its ate ,
I Western Europe.Rev. grower and cattleman and had World Day of torney, completed Its plan after
to defray expense oft Robinson will show color. 1 resided In that area about fifty. adapting It from several others.
Raymond Smith, civil defense ed pictures of the mission's five years. lie was 75 years of Prayer ServiceOn I
director and Louis Stefllk board work in the various European
member to attend a CD meet. countries where he has minis age.Mr.. Clegg was born In Roch March 5th City CommissionAsks

in .Jacksonville. tered and where the society's dale, England. Following his
missionaries work. The publicIs graduation he came to the Everyone Is cordially Invited Road Dept.

,cordially invited to attend. United States for a visit of three to attend the World Day of
Fire Department The service begins at 11:30 a.m. months. Shortly after returning I Prayer observance tomorrow For Interchange

and 7:30: p. m. to his home there, he made the (Friday) being held this year at
Sponsors Circus I decision to come to the United I the Community Memorial ChurchIn I The City Commission at Its ''I.I 'I.

,! The Bunnell Volunteer Fire Movies Shown To States to reside. He came to the Flagler Beach, beginning at I meeting Monday night approved
Department is sponsoring the' United States In 1007 and movedto 10 a. m. and lasting approxl a resolution asking the State

Chrlstianl-Wallace Brothers Circus Senior CitizensMovies Flagler County In 1910 from mately an hour. A nursery will 1 Road Dept. for an entrance and \
here Saturday April 3, Chief Providence. R. I. be available with reliable per exit to Interstate 05 on the Ko

Charles Worley said today. of "local scenes were lie had been engaged In the sons in charge. rona Road Old( Dixie Highway) I,

Chief Worley said the Fire Dee shown by Edward C Filkins, farming industry and cattle For this observance, being The commissioners accepted

partment will receive a percentage Flagler Beach, to 65 membersand business since that time. He worldwide, a call to prayer goes with regret the resignation of I,
of all advance tickets to the guests of the Flagler Senior was a member of the First Meth. out for a world fraught with ten Chester Ruggles from the City

circus. He Is asking everyoneto Citizens Club at Its regular odist Church of Bunnell and slons as teeming humanity seeks Volunteer Fire Dept. Mr. Rug

buy advance tickets. All meeting Tuesday evening, March was a Past Master of Bunnell freedom and fulfillment as In. glee said he had served over 15 I
members of the department are 2, at the Woman's Club building Lodge No. 200 F. A A. M. lie dlvlduals and nations. Through years as a member of the department t

selling them.Joseph In Flagler Beach. was a member of the American sincere prayer we can help to and due to conflicts
Also appearing before the Legion Post 115.: make this. a reality, so let us with his work and for health ("

M. Arnold group were two representativesof Mr. Clegg had at one time accept the Invitation to Join all reasons he was resigning. J
the Red Cross, Louis Stefllkof served as County Commissioner, nations walking to the House of ,
Bunnell and Frailer .Jones and also as a member of the the Lord to seek Ills guidance; Sinclair Refining Co. was
Home in
Dies at o t the East Volusla-FIagler School Board. lie was one of to learn His ways on this day. awarded the bid for oil, gasoline I,

County Chapter a t Daytona the organizers of the Citizens Offerings received will go to and grease, as the lowest bid
St. AugustineJoseph I Bt-arh1 The Club will conducta Bank of Bunnell and had servedas ward these five missions: der. Other bidders was Stand

M. Arnold of St Augustine : drive 'In Flagler Beach for a director until last year. 1. Help support 12 women's ard Oil Co., Bunnell Motor Co.,
and former resident of I funds for the Red Cross. A meet He, also organized the Flagler colleges in Africa, India, Pakistan and Shell Oil Co.

Bunnell, passed away at his: 'tog of workers was called ''fori County Potato Growers Association .Japan, Korea, Hong Kong Approved the Idlewood Club's

home there Friday after an 10:00: a. m. March 8, at the and Taiwan. request to hold a sale
illness of several weeks. Methodist Church In Flagler lie is survived by his wile, 2. Provide attractive Christian April 10. Turned rummage over the bill

He was born in Bult")", Ga. Beach when definite assignmentsfor .Julia of Haw Creek; One daughter literature for women and children to an Insurance for a
Mrs. Ruth Townsend of Haw In .Asia, Africa and Latin company
and had lived here several years calls will be made. window which received bullet
before going to St. AugustineSeven The Nassau trip planned by Creek; three sons .John A. Clegg America. holes during a recent chase of
years ago. the dub attracted' 21 persons Bunnell, George F. and Frank of 3. Make possible a friendly the highway patrol and city
cruise start Haw Creek Eight grand chile reception and hospitality for po J
Survivors Include his wife 1 who took the 4-day ; lice.. The window Is In one of
Irma dren. Also surviving Is one students coming from overseas. I
Mahala; three sons Lloyd Arne lag February 22. the John Rice buildings. I
old Lakeland. .Joseph Arnold, .Jr.', Parker Flagler Beach, was In sister In England. 4. Provide ministries of (corn
Bunnell. and Willard Arnold, charge of arrangements for the Funeral Services: was held cern to migratory laborers and Approved the request for several
Flagler Beach one sister Mrs. motorcade to shlpslde in Miami I 1 I Tuesday morning at ten o'clock those settling on the fringes of lots to be cleared of under "

Dolly Perry Baxley; one broth. and passenger reservations aboard 1 I from the Haw Creek Community urban areas. growth In the city limits.
et. Memory Arnold. Baxley; 14 1 ship.Welcomed. ity r with Rev. Thomas 5. Provide religious work directors Voted to ask the F. Eo C. Rail
grandchildren and three great Into the Club was I M. Pinner Jr., officiating. Inter for Indian youth and assistance I way for an easement on space
grandchildren. the new member Mrs. Miriam ment was a t the SevilleCemetery I In transition to urban along rights of way on Bay St.

Services were' held at Craig Slaugh. In the absence> of Rev life. from Court north to Lambert.
Funeral Chapel In St Augus C. Lester Stanton chairman I''I Pallbearers were O. F. Alford. The strip of land to be used for

tine at 2 o'clock Sunday after due to Illness, Rev. Reynold presided I .John Rice. Walter Cody .John Spotted whip rays at Marine parking.
noon with Rev W. W Fountainof at the meeting. Next 11 Hosford. C. B. EUenbach and land have been observed pick. Instructed Police Chief Edwin
th* Calvary Baptist Church meeting will be March 16 In the I Charles CreaL up clams cracking the shells In Pellict-r to Investigate' the pos
officiating. Burial was In the I Community Hall at the new I Craig Funeral Home of Bun. their powerful jaws extracting slblllty of adding street lightson I

family lot at the Espanola Cem Flagler Beach Municipal Build Mil was In charge of arrange* I I the meat and ejecting all shell,| the west side of U.S. south
etery. I Ing. ments. particles. to Elm street



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MYF ENJOYS IOf the Bunnell MYF next Sun-
i. : (Ep'.MP.I)
7Eajer3each t South Anderson Street
> The Flagler Beach Methodist FLAGLER WOMAN'S CLUB Rev. James Henry Services Taylor Jr.
Youth Fellowship had 23 youths Sunday
The auction wnlch will be 10:30: a.m. Church School
I :, \ FleurieCombsRecite present last Sunday evening 11.16 a. tn. Morning Prayers and
I WSCS COOPERATES held March 5th from 7 to 11 i Sermon
I VowsSaturday when they divided into teams Holy Communion lit Sunday
WITH HEALTH DEPT. P.M. at the clubhouse, is shap-
and set out on an enjoyable
i I ing nicely. Remember to --
14 ladies of the up
Recently Flag- hunt. Two teams tied
Nancy Lou Fleurle and Ells- I scavenger '
''f.1'{ .' worth II. Combs were married ler Beach Methodist Womens Society for first place. They were: JoAnne bring your articles and baked: i
4 ( auction The regular PETERSON TEXACO
goods day. j
:+ ,, \ Saturday afternoon at 2 o'clock, of Christian Service went Wilson. Virginia Filkins
meeting of the Women's Club SERVICE
:: In the Johnson Memorial Chap. 'as a group to the County Health and Danny Waterman; Susie Peterson
; will be March 10 at 2 P.M. at
,'; ,( el, Artesla Park. Candelabras Dept. to get their health cards. Lee Bourne and Barbara i ROAD SERVICE
". and baskets of chrysanthemums, They did this to comply with Wilson., the clubhouse. Members are Light Mechanical Work
health laws which require that I urged to attend.Continued j Phone 437-3441 Bunnell
and '"
gladiollos, spltlsporeum After the hunt the group had To Page 8
::? framed the wedding party. Rev. each food handler in all organizations a sandwich supper on the I

,,, Gerald Combs, father of the that handle food, as church lawn. The regular MFY I .
J :" bridegroom, 'officiated. well as restaurants have a meeting followed the supper so II I NEW FASHIONS IN FIRE INSURANCE
The bride with health card. cial. Mrs. I
h wore a gown Mr. and Bernie Wilson
'; To further cooperate, the ladies The fire Insurance policies we write still give the same
lace bodice and
I a Chantilly and Mr. and Mrs. Lee
asked for health depart- dependable protection. But today You can often enjoy ad<
sheer nylon full skirt of ballerina Bourne, Sr., sponsors of the
ment approval of their food dltlonal coverage benefits-Home Owner's Policy-at very
i: length. Her veil was of illusion group, were present and they
fr with lace handling operations and thereby little extra costRemember
edged Belgian were Joined by their organist,

was held in place by a crown canceled after their being annual advised Smorgasbord that it Mrs. Inez Crenshaw, during the H. T. Cook Agency is ready to help you
I of orange blossoms. She carried evening.A take of these extra 437-3361
health laws to advantage coverages. Telephone
: a white Bible with a cascade of was against in bring council meeting was held I or stop in soon for full details.
food that was prepared unapproved -
: white orchids. after the regular meeting and
'. 'The bride was given in marriage establishments. All many important activities and 'JI i H. T. COOK AGENCY
by her father, E. P. Fleu- food to be served should be projects for the month were dis- ; Phone 437.3361 Citizens Bank Building BunnelL Fla.I .
cooked the premises, the I
rie. She was attended by her cussed. The group will be guest I
same as any other food handling ....
sister, Marie Fleurie, who wore ------- -- -
establishment, such restau-
an eggshell princess style dress as I
and carried chartruse orchids. rants, according to Eugene Holly

Her accessories were turquoise. county sanitarian.The Insects ravaging your potato fields? '
, Rosa Combs, the groom's nelce ladles also plan to help
was flower girl. the men of the church serve the

t, The groom had as best man District Men's Club In July. Several
r Delmar Northern of Gainesville.The more ladies plan to get

ring bearer was his nephew, their health cards before the
Marvin Miller. The ushers were district meeting.CTA .

C. Hall and T. Stuckey of Wash-
\ ington Oak State Park. TO MEET {
Mrs. Harry Stuckey sang, accompanied TONIGHT AT BEACH
by Miss Faye Bass The Classroom Teachers As- '.

at the organ.A socIation will meet tonight in
reception was held Immediately the careftorium at Flagler Beach
: following in the reception school. The meeting will beginat
\ room. White candles and 7:30, according to Mrs. Daisy i
,red camellias centered the refreshment Moody, CTA chairman.O. .
.i' table. Mrs. R. D.
Schatz and Mrs. W. Aaron served

'. the punch and Mrs. H. Shill F. ALT,ORD
and Miss Elaine Fralley' the Registered: I
bride's cake. The bride's book

I":' was kept by Mrs. J. ,Stryker. II Real Estate Broker
The couple will be at home Bunnell Florida '
t:' after March 4. L- -

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Besides killing on contact, Phosphanudon mores into the plant's system to lull

With TUNE-UP insects that hide from other sprays. Phosphamidon kills the major Florida potato

,* pests...and because of its systemic action your workers can be back in the fieldsin

U. S. No' 1 437-3311 i matter of hours.Rain won't wash it off,either.

; Bunnell Phosphamidon is a water soluble liquid,so it's easy to

mix. Because it's absorbed quickly, it's less harmful to

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Florida RichIn check list, a simple listing of bloom appears only at dawn trol of all kinds of roaches is pole beans Or put tomato
all plants found in Florida, In and lasts for only a few hours.It one that contains dlazinon OR plants in a circular plot on the
Plant LifeFor order to complete the "Flora. is a clear beautiful blue malathion in combination with lawn Add a few peppers and
He expects to have it completedin flower on a long slender stem chlordane or dIeldrin. A sprayof eggplants. Edge these with carrots .
a state that is not mountainous the near future. about 12 inches long. The flow this type can be made by onions, or radishes.
Florida has a great variety Derek Burch, who is graduate. er has six petals and Is a mem. adding 1 tablespoon of 25 per
of plant life, second onlyto assistant to Dry Ward, says that ber of the Iris family. It is very cent dlazinon emulsiflable liquidto
California and Texas. the Herbarium is the depository: delicate and literally melts in a quart of the ready prepared MILLERELECTRONICS
Florida has approximately 3- of all plants in Florida. They I the sun. Bartram's Ixl (Spheno- chlordane or dieldrin household
500 different types of vascular are collected dried, pressed. stigma coelestlnum) grows in spray. All of the chemicals mentioned .
plants which include everythingfrom mounted and classified. A major wet flat woods country in Baker, can be purchased at local 1744 Ocean Shore Bird.
function of the herbarium i Is garden, feed or hardware stores.
ferns and flowering plantsto Bradford Cay Putnam, Union
to identify plants sent in by Always read the label carefully REPAIRS ON TV'S
trees.wV vascular plant is one St. Johns and Duval counties.
which has a well developed system people to the tune of 2,500 In. Not many people have seen the on any Insecticide immediately WASHERS'DRYERS
qulrles Dr. Ward adds, I before using and follow
of water transport.Dr. per year. beautiful blue flower.
Daniel B. Ward, assistant "Once we received a call for an Conradlna grandiflora a little all precautions on the label. Remember
botanist with the Agricultural identification of some seeds blue flowery shrub in the Mint careful handling and Call Collect 672-0377
found in a prison inmate's pock.et. storage of the insecticide is an I
Experiment Station in Gainesville family, found in the sandy pine
who is also in charge of The prison officials thoughtthe areas along the East Coast from important part In. good roach ALL WORK GUARANTEED>

the Herbarium is working on a.. prisoner had a narcotic, buta Volusia to Broward County. The control.
"Flora" for the state. A "Flora": routine check at the Herbarium flower is half 'an Inch across on I I 1"
is a published, systematic description i found it to be celery seeds." a three foot stem. It has a mint GARDENING ON ,
of a particular area's I Bartram's Ixl, described by the smell when crushed and is similar SMALL SCALE Community
plants. Florida is the only state: great 18th century naturalist to the northern Rosemary. Maybe you don't have the
I left that does not have a I. for whom it is named. This flow space for a vegetable garden. Memorial ChurchAIR
I "Flora.. However, Dr. Ward is i iI er disappeared after he describedit Poison ThoseCockroaches But you'd like to have the pleasure 1..r-4e..I..1
I In the process of compiling a I II but one early bird years la i and satisfaction of picking CONDITIONED
a few garden-fresh vegetablesthat
I Dayton AT*.

You you can grew.satisfy this urge to FLAGLER BEACH
I Cockroaches better watch outThey
Sunday School 10:00 A.M.
have some powerful enemies garden by planting vegetables :
along the edge of your lawn or Church Service 11:00 A.101.
i ,' CALL -malathion, dlazinon and
ronnel (Korlan). in a flower bed. Many vegtables It W. DICKBRT. Pastor
Assistant Entomologist John make attractive borders. BVBIlYOifR WELCOME
Florida Why not edge a fence with
Strayer, Agricultural Extension -
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the more common insecticidesDDT
I Bunnell MotorCompany chlordane lindane and

dleldrln-are no longer effective
against many of the roaches.
I Some of these, especially the SALTFOR
German cockroach, have developed .
a resistance to these chem.
To control roaches, apply
malathion or ronnel in a 2 per
cent spray or paint to the infested
t. areas. A 0.5: per cent dlazlnon WATER SOFTENERS

4373301Commercial spray is good for resistant
roaches. Spot treatment may also
be made with malathion in HardwareBunnell
a 3 per cent concentration. Apply -
( this with a brush or spray
into places where the roaches Florida
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An excellent spray for the con i

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SERVINGAll Dlazinon Insecticide Is the only You can use Dlazinon throughout
product you need to control most the seasons.And close to harvest -

of the major Insects of Florida ...without residue problems.So .
vegetable crops.Here's the kind of take advantage of the benefits -
"moneyin-the- nJ "program that of superior vegetable foliar Insect
County Diazinon can provide: control with Dlazinon. Order

Dlazinon simplifies your spray dependable Dlazinon SOW wet-
program. It reduces the need to table powder, or Dlazinon AC500emulsiflable

.. use several different Insecticides. concentrate from
You spray less when you spray with your local supplier today.

CRAIG FUNERAL HOMEA. Dlazinon. So you save time and Celgy Agricultural Chemicals,
money. Division of Celgy Chemical CorporatIon -

A. K CBAIG, rasmal DUwctor You kill Insects quickly with Ardsley, New York.
Diazlnon.And the
"staying power"of
Diazinon provides outstanding
XTCEfOONDmOKED control of problem Insects like GejgyDiazinon
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I I I EQUIPPED aphids, Southern armyworms and CMfCM V O4MCMI M* .

CHAPEL I ATTENDANT | AMBULANCES leaf miners for a long time.

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I Perk Meals With orange or tangerine wedges, colored straw will give It added I' wedges, sliced orange wedges I I Cut thin strips around half,
ad, made by combining sliced color. with orange Juice for dessert. leaving one inch uncut on each
Citrus Favorites seedless raisins, and finely cut Grapefruit nog, made by mixing Garnishes made from citrus side. Bring thin slices up over
cabbage. For a snowcapped top. 1% cups evaporated milk, add flavor and color to any basket and fasten with a tooth.
I Perk up your meals with Vita. : ping, use a sour cream dressing.For H cup water, U cup sugar,'and menu. Use orange slices, paper pick. Spear cherry or olive on
min-C rich citrus fruits, so plen a nutritious, colorful par. stirring in 2 cups grapefruit thin, on icings, whipped cream, ends of toothpick.The .
tiful and full of flavor at this ty drink, whip up an orange Juice slowly, is full of nourishment or meringues.. Prepare orange
season. sparkler. Here's how: Add a and energy. Try It. baskets or cups for baking individual "Baby Aljlgator for Sale-
Home economists offer some scoop of orange sherbet to a half For an appealing lunch, serve sweet potato is not an alligator but probably
ideas for using citrus around glass of orange Juice. Mix well. orange and grapefruit wedges Make grapefruit i South American Caiman. It is
the clock. Add Just enough carbonated wa with cottage cheese. halves for appertizer BOumes.1 against the law to sell alligators
Citrus slaw is a flavorful sal. ter to give it zest. A contrasting Combine banana slices, apple fruit cups. in Florida.


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-- Band Parents To I ATTENDS DESERT I Mrs. Stuart Royal and daugh t.

Meet TonightThe BRIDGEFASHIONSHOW ter, Janel Revels, of Valdosta, a

Bunnell School Band IN ORMOND Georgia, visited here during the
Parents will meet tonight at I weekend with her daughters,
R I Those from Bunnell attending Mrs. Marvin Strickland
and Mrs.
kSOA1S .
the band room at 8 o'clock, Mrs. I
the Ormond Beach Woman'sClub
Bette McDaniel said today. Dupont. Also to see her i
annual Dessert-Bridge and new grandson, James, Lee Du. 'j
The band will be traveling to Fashion Show were Mrs. T. E. pont, Jr. She is the former
Jacksonville this Saturday Holden, Mrs. Helen Sullivan, Georgia Revels of Bunnell.
where they will participate in Mrs. Andy Yelvington, :Mrs. Wale
the District Band Contest The ter KnIght Mrs. Tommy Dur
Guests of Mrs. Flossie RIch. i
Carol Christopher, Waddell-Panchella contest will be held at Paxon ranee and Mrs. Robert French. I I ardson last week Included Mr.
Lt. W. :M. Hardman High School. and Mrs. Roland of j
Mrs. Karen Newell Waddelland Bradley
Mrs. McDaniel said all memo I Mrs. John Jones of Ormond
Exchange Vows L/Cpl. Theodore Panchella bers of the Band Parents Association Beach and former resident of Saginaw, Mich.; Mr. and Mrs. .:
Miss Carol Ann Christopher of have announced their engage. are invited to attend the 'Bunnell was one of the modelsin Lawrence Upson, Mr. and Mrs. ,I
M. ment and approaching marriage. the Richard Upson and son Ricky I
Orlando and Lt. William meeting. < of Daytona Beach. r
Hardman of Sanford, were mar. 1
The ceremony will be at 6:30: -. -
vied in a simple double ring in the evening of March 10, 196.5, JOHN CAAIG TO ,
ceremony Thursday evening, at the Johnson Memorial Chapel, ATTEND U OF ARK. I
February 25, 1965. The ceremony Artesia Park, North A1A. MEDICAL SCHOOL
was performed at the Baptist The couple will be attendedby John Craig, son of Mr. and '
Pastorium. North Fig Street Mr. and Mrs. Jeffery Seale Mrs. James Craig of Bunnell, :
with Rev. Thomas Pinner, Jr.. and Rev. Gerald Combs will of. has passed the National Medical for grilling .
officiating.The flclate. School Examination and has \1
bride is the daughter of been accepted in the medical broiling 1
The bride to be Is the daughter ,
Mrs. Martel Hunter of Orlandoand school of the University of Ar.
of of Mrs. Jennie Newell of kansas.lie braising. ;A
Mr. Chris Christopher .. :
Yuma Arizona. She is a formerresident Flagler Beach and Ray Newellpf is a member of the Nation _
Leesburg, Florida.Mr. k ka
of Bunnell and a graduate al Chemical Society. 1'
of Bunnell High School. Panchella is the son of '
Mr. and Mrs. Anthony Panchellaof
She attended Daytona Beach Visiting here with Mr. and
Bunnell. He is with the U. S.
Mrs. C. A. Riddell
Junior College and is now a Sunday were a
swimmer at Week Wachee Marines and stationed in Beau. her son, Joy Sisco of Jackson. ,
Springs.Lt. fort, S. C.Friends. ville. Also Mrs. Claudia Jo Malo
of the couple are Invited and children and Deenof
Hardman is stationed at Margaret 'II
to attend. Ormond Beach. Mrs. Malo Is aJi' I
the Sanford Air Base and is the
son of Mr. and Mrs. T. B. Tomp- Mrs. Riddell's great grand.
kins of St. Albans, West Vlrglnia. daughter. i
Mr. and Mrs. A. G. Dompe of y
Attending the couple were the Daytona Beach are the parentsof County Agents IptI for roasting, 1
bride's cousin. Nancy Hartness, a daughter, born March 2, boiling
as maid of honor, and Homer at the Halifax Hospital in Daytona to ,
best Beach. She has been given Speaks RotaryHoward
Hunlcutt of Tampa, as man. stewing...
Also present for the ceremonywere the name of Leslie Lynn. Taylor, Flagler County ,
Mrs. Hunter and the She is the grand daughter of Agricultural Agent, was guest
bride's grandmother, Mrs. O. F. Mr. and Mrs. Phillip Johnson of speaker at the weekly luncheon :
Kight of Center Hill. Bunnell. Mrs. Dompe is the meeting of the Rotary Club of .y
The bride wore a white silk I; former Sally Johnson of Bun. Bunnell Thursday.Mr. i 1 ,
shantung suit with a lace .. nell. Taylor pointed out that j
blouse with a matching head. agriculturally related business t
piece. Her flowers was a white JAMES LEE DUPONT JR. produces approxlmateyl thirty.
orchid corsage. Mr. and Mrs. James Lee Du five billion dollars per year in
The maid of honor was attired pont of Midway Park, Bunnell, income within the State ol \._
in a pink brocade dress are the parents of a son, born Florida, but that the amount of
with a matching dress length February 19, at the Halifax Hospital agricultural appropriations at
, coat. Her flowers was a corsage Daytona Beach. He has the state level amounts to less orfrying baking, a
I of pink carnations. been given the, name of James than three per cent of this a*
The couple left for a short Lee Jr.Visiting. mount. It is apparent, accord. glazing...
honeymoon in South Florida. I I Ing to Mr. Taylor, that this is
They will reside in Santord.I I with Mr. and Mrs. a disproportionately low figure ,
Ferris Solomon during the past In view of the vast productivity
Mr. and Mrs. Walter Creal re- weekend were her parents, Mr. of agri-business and Its strong
turned to their home Sunday and Mrs. Johnny Carver of need for research programs. Mr.
from a visit to Nassau with the Broxton, Georgia. Taylor's thoughts were stimulating -
Senior Citizens Club. Upon their I to the membership and
Miami from Nassau Guests last week of Mr. and "
return to well received. Mr. Taylor was I Mr ,
they were accompanied by :Mr. I Mrs. Ray Carle were their son Introduced by program chair a
I and Mrs. Lyn Clary of Artesla and daughter in law, Ensign man John Cannon. I, .
I Park, for a visit to Key West I and Mrs. Arthur Carle. They Visitors meeting with the Club r,
'" before returning home. .: were on a short leave while were: Conrad Bockcrman of Var rj
j transferring from Patuxent Rlv. ra, Illinois, Wilson Miller of _1f1P t
Guests of Mr. and Mrs. Carl. er, Maryland to Jacksonville Air Ormond Beach, Arch McDaniel _
ton Johnston during the past I I Base. They will reside In Orange of Ormond Beach and Floyd A. .:'. ,

weekend were Mrs. Johnston's Park.. Sol pert of Kokuk, Iowa. .
brothers and .sister in law, Mr.' President Tom Lenssen presided :
and Mrs.B.F.Clarkandl.L Mr. and Mrs. L. W. McMillan at the meeting and I ,
an. .. ...... ,. .
Clark of Savannah. Georgia. Mr. and Miss Susan McMillan were nounced a Club Assembly program .I Johnston is a patient In the local In Atlanta, Georgia, during the for Wednesday night at ,
hospital for medical treatment past weekend visiting with Mike 8:00: P. M. at Red Powell's home. .
McMillan. President Tom also announcedthat '
all 'round
District Governor Bill Ham for

rick will pay his annual visit ':'1
BUNNELL THEATREFri. to the Club on Wednesday and : .
Thursday, March 21th and 25th.: better cooking. .
& Sat. Open Each Night 6i4S The Club expects to have as ..

INVITATION TO A GUNFIGHTERStarring Its guest next week Ben Taylor, the sure, euy, modem way ",.,.
who Is the outdoorsman for tele
for kitchen that'scooler '
Yul Brynner vision station WESHTV.FIRST .
cleaner, safer. .
FOOTBALL HIGHLIGHTS OF 1964 for precious i -of-mlnd

Fast Pigskin Thrills BAPTIST ...get aflameles*automatic 6 '


Heads will roll in the unkindest cut in screen history I'' Rev. Thomas M. Pinner Jr. YotiH love IU!
See : ias announced his sermon topics
for Sunday as "How Far Are
B tfu handtomt ttylet '" ..
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TWO ON A GUILLOTINECan You Allowed To Walk In
and colon at your
Church" for the Sunday mom.
You Stay Seven Nights in A House of Horrow ng worship hour Sunday evening ttectrie appliance dealer i
with Connie Stevens Cesar Romero topic will be "Why the B*. ;
lever Is Secure In Ills Faith."

Preview of Coming AttractionsMar. Services continue at St. Johns .
Chapel. Sunday school meets at
12.13 THE OUTLAWS IS COMMING I 9.30 a. m. and Youth Fellow

KITTEN WITH A WHIP Ann MargaretMar. i ship at 6 p. m. All are Invited ji

14.15 ITS A MAD MAD MAD WORLD to attend e e .,if

Mar. 19.20 YOUR CHE TIN HEART Ceo. Hamilton I ,J.t

Mar. 21.22 SEND ME NO FLOWERS Doris Day ..4v

Mar. 26-27 "McLINTOCK" John Wayne PINEw YOURDRIYff
"CODE 7 VICTIM 5" L'f1YSf L -
Mar. 23-29 PAJAMA PARTY Beach Party Cast I
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WHITE BIBLE CEREMONY Creeping myrtle also knownas I IN TUB CIRCUIT COURT OFFLAKI.KR Glass bottom boats at Silver

:Jlagle &ac Bride-elect Miss Nancy Fleurle ground Ivy, was once believedto I IN ('IIA C.ItY COUNTY NO.,GOUt FLORIDA Springs travel a combined totalof

r i was presented with a bride's be a cure for sankeblte, Intestinal MAZIB PELOTE Plaintiff a million miles a year, yet ,.

, trouble, and envy. v.' never get farther than a mile '
(Continued from Page 2) White Bible Wednesday evening, ROBERT '
February 24, In a special White PELOTEDefendant and a half from their home port. .)

Mrs. E. D. Johns of Venice Park Bible Ceremony conducted b JUDICIAL CIRCUIT: IV THE Tf.ELORJD.A., TO: IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF ..
the Young Woman's Auxiliary of AND FOR FLAtil.ER 'OUNTY. ROBERT FLAG Lilt COUNTY, FLORIDAIN
Includes: Mr. and Mrs. Ellis B. FMIUIUA. IN CIIAftCKHY NO. whose residence and CIIAMCKRY NO. BOI2 ,

Turner and children of Lake the First Baptist Church. Mrs. WILLIE post office address CAROL l.. RKOIEC, ;
S. HARRISON.Plaintiff are unknown. Plaintiff ,, '
Clarence Weaver, president of .
of .
City; Mrs. C. C. Holderman .- You are hereby notified that a ,
Sarasota; Mr. and Mrs. M. M. the Woman's Missionary Union, I RICHARD bi ANDERSON and suit, hat been filed against you In LEON ALEX'REQIEC .c
was guest speaker. I CAROLYN M. ANDERSON, his the above entitled cause: and you Defendant. ., :
Johns of Newberry (parents of I wife, are hereby required to file your answer NOTICE TO DEFEND '
Members of the YWA planted Defendants. with the Clerk of this Court, TII LEONE OF FLORIDA. TO:
Johns Mr. and Mrs. B. S.
Mr. )
; miniature NOTICE OF I'UHMCATION OVHIM. and to serve a copy thereof upon REO1EC. .
colored flowers around
Shearouse and children of a OF COMPLAINT TO FOIIE- the plaintiff or plaintiff* attorney, whose residence and
house hymbolizlng Chris. CI.OIK MORTGAGE whose name and address la: post office address are unknown .
Gainesville, and Mr. and Mrs. IN THE NAME OF THE STATE FRANK O. HOWATT You are hereby notified that a
C. A. Owens and daughter of tian quanltles they hoped will OK FLORIDA: 2400 Ponce de Leon Blvd.St. suit has been Sled against you In ,
be found In Nancy's future TO: RICHARD M. ANDERSONand Augustine Florida the above entitled cause: and you '
DeLand. Mrs. Tuurner and Mrs. CAROLYN M. ANDERSON. hU not later than April 6th, A. D. 19S. are hereby required to rlhr.o'got:
of the home. "Holy Bible, Book Divine"and wife whose residence la c/o VVIllla If you fall to do ao, decree pro sorer with the Clerk
Holderman are daughters Snyder. 102 12th Avenue Silvia. confeaao will be entered against and to serve a copy thereof upon
Johns and Mrs. Shearouse and 0 Perfect Love" was sung Illinois. you for the relief demanded In the I the plaintiff or plaintiff attorney,
You are hereby cited, notified I bill of The whose name and address la:
by Mrs. Margie Stuckey, accompanied complaint. nature of
Mrs. Owens are Mr. Johns' sisters. admonished. ordered, and requiredto said suit. I being for divorce. RAY SELDEN
by Miss Faye Bass at Ale your answer to the bill of' WITNESS my hand an seal of Selden Building
complaint filed against you aald Court this 2nd day of March Daytona Beach Floridanot
the piano. In the o nnrJn In the A. D. 1965. I later than March 29. A. D. IKS. _
CLASSIFIEDADS Also participating In the cere Office of the Clerk of the Circuit (Official Seal) E. A. SMYTHE If you fall to do .0, decree pro.confesso .1
Court In and for Flakier County Clerk of .aiCiitCourt will be entered against 'r
mony were Mrs. Judy Newberry, Florida' at his office In the Courthouse ; By Julia R. Harvey you for the relief demanded in the
In Bunnell. Florida on or Deputy Clerk bill of complaint. The nature ot.
Mrs. Barbar Misses Ma.
Stryker, said suit being for divorce.
before the 9th day of April A. D. March 4-11.U.U-4te .
pie Fleurle, Brenda Aaron, Kay 1965 and to serve a copy of such WITNESS my hand and seal of
answer upon Black of iv THE cinrriT counT OF said Court this 23rd day of February .
Weaver, Vicki Moore, Eleanor Black, Cobb C I"eVIndL.C attorneys KI.AOL.Kll COUNTY, FLORIDA A. D. 1965.
for the Plaintiff herein, IN CIIANCKItY NO. B9U2 (Official kalt E. A. SMYTHE. -'.
Listings under this heading are Shill and Joyce Robinson.BOY .
whose adreas Is 501 North Grand- JOANNE REID I said Circuit Court .
\ 3 cents a word, each Insertion. view Avenue, Daytona Beach FlorIda Plaintiff. By Julia R. Harvey, .
75 cents is the minimum charge on or before said date as required v.. Deputy Clerk ,
SCOUT FArnER.SON by the Laws of Flolda and DAVID JOSEI'H REID Feb. 25 &: March 4.111-4to /11; "

FOR SALE-odds and ends of BANQUET WELL ATTENDED' the 1954 Florida Rules of Civil Defendant. ,''a"
Procedure. If you fall to do so, NOTICE TO DRKKVI IX TUB CIRCUIT COURT OF '
furniture. Dresser, chest, bed, Fifty-one boys fathers committeemen a decree pro confeaao will be entered DAVID JOSEPH REID FLAG LEn COUNTY FLORIDA .
for the reliefdemanded 91 11th Avenue If: CHANCERY NO. ftOM
tables, etc. Phone 4373380. and guests attendedthe In tttu complaint, said Newark 7. New Jersey LOIS YOGa,
cause being In the nature of a You are hereby notified that a Plaintiff.
FOR SALE-1960 Flat 1100 series Boy Scout Troop 495 Fathers. suit to foreclose a mortgage givento suit has been filed against you In YOaa
Son Banquet In the Methodist the Plaintiff and recorded in the above entitled cause; and you JOHN J. ,
radio, heater, $250.00. 43 .2322. Official Records Book 9 page 356 are hereby required answer Defendant.
4-ltc Church last Thursday.. thereof, of the Public Records of with the ktoorlh r.o''o NOTICE! TO DEFEND ." "
March Flagler County, Florida, upon the and to serve a copy thereof upon THE STATE OF FLORIDA. TO: t,:
A ham dinner was served by JOHN J. YOOO "
following described property, lying the plaintiff or plalntlff'a attorney, ., ,
DON'T GAMBLE LET SEPTAN the WSCS. A meeting was held and wit:being In Flagler County to- whose RAY name SELDEN and address Is: Newark 712 Broadway New Jeraey ,",.

clean and keep your septic tankor after the dinner and plans were Lot Block Seventy- SeldenBuilding You are hereby notified! that a -

cesspool activated at all made for the troop to reregister.The five TrteelnU.rf'I Park Subdivision Daytona Beach Florida.not the suit above has been entitled Sled against and you In -
according to the I later than April 5th., A. D. 1965. cause; you
times. Five treatments $1.00. group decided to begin Amended Pint thereof recordedIn If you fall to do so, decree pro are hereby. required to file this your answer
with the of
Plat Book 2. page 51, of the confesso will be entered againstyou Clerk Court
Rodgers Food Store, Bunnell. holding the scout meetings In Public Records of Flagler. for the relief demanded In the and to serve a copy thereof upon
County. Florida. bill of complaint. The nature of the plaintiff or plalntlffa attorney,
Feb. 25-2tc the town hall
newly completed It Is hereby ordered that this Or- said suit being for divorce. whose name ana address la:
since the troop had outgrownthe der and Notice shall be publishedonce WITNESS my hand and seal! of SAMUEL V. HOLCH'
14.foot Runabout, 35 horse. a week for four (4) consecutive aald Court this 2nd day of MarchA. I 110 N. Third Street
church annex. the Flag ler Tribune, D. 1946. Palatka. Florida
power motor and trailer, $225.00. a ::: 'e1rt In Bunnell, (Official Heal 8MYTHE not later than March 13. A. D. 1965.
Scoutmaster Leonard Johnson
Junty: sad If you fall to do ao. decree pro
Phone 439.2016, after 6 p.m. Flagler Florida and having Clerk of Circuit Court confeaao will be entered
Assistant Scoutmaster Hugh Arn a general circulation In Flag By Julia R. Harvey against
for the relief demanded in the
Feb. 25-tf ler County Florida.WITNESS Clerk you
old and Institutional Represen my hand as Clerk of March 4-1I.1I.25-4to Deputy bill of complaint. The nature of
said suit for
FOR SALE-Sears large size circulating tative E. Lester Stanton were all the said Circuit Court In FlaglerCounty WITNESS being my hand divorce.and seal of
Florida, and the seal of Of INTENTION TO APPLY
heater, good condition, present as well as the complete said I Court at Bunnell, Flagler FOIl ENACTMENT OF !III''':- said A.Court D. IKS.this Itb day of February
County, Florida, the 2Srd day CIAL M Condon 409 Day troop committee.Mr. Dn (OlAclal Seal) E. A. SMYTHE
$25. George of February, A. 19(5 KI.ARI.Kll ('OI'NTY Clerk of said Circuit Court .

tona Ave., Flagler Beach. (Heal) of the E. Circuit A. SMYTHE Court In Clerk and COUNTY.NOTICE la hereby given, that By Julia R. Harvey Clerk

2.25.2tpFOR and Mrs. C. J. Clarke, Jr. for Flagler County Florida the undersigned will :fPlft.to the Feb. 11.1I-2S Mar Deputy 4-4tol.V
THWACK coun. COLE AND CROTTYBY Florida Legislature 19(5
had as their guests during the : /a) David L. Black regular session for passage of a COURT COUNTY
RENT-four room furnish. I past weekend Mr. and Mrs. Jim I Attorney for Plaintiff certain special legislation, which JUDGE KkAULKIl COUNTY
501 North Qrandvlew Avenue special legislation shall have asIts
ed house In Flagler Beach. For FLORIDA IN rilOUATK.:
Lee Allen and children Me.
my Daytona Beach, Florida.March purpose the following: In re Estate of

Information call 439.2194, Flag. lInda and Lee, of Brunswick, Ga. I I f.lI.U.Z5-fto board To authorise to arrange the for county the erectionof achool JOSEPH CHARLES WALKER.I> ceaaed.To .

ler Beach. 4.4.2tc IX Tilt CIRCUIT COURT OFKI.A4H.KH a f: I.u.motnth a day labor All Creditors and Persons
('01:>NTY. FLORIDA basis provisionsof
-- I Having Claim Demands
COX UPHOLSTERY. Highway n Mr. and Mrs. Robert Hull and IN CHANCERY NO. MIS Section 235.11. Florida Statutes' Bald Estate::
LOUIS F. JOHNSON providing an effective date. You and each of hereby
children are
and Con. you
Larry, Cathy
Bunnell, Fla. For Information PlaintiffARAMINTHA'M. HOARD OF PUBLIC INSTRUC notified and required to present any
Phone 4373673. Will upholsterand sic, from Port Huron, Michigan, V..I TION. FLAG LEU COUNTY. claims and demands which you. or
either of have against
refinish. 2.11.4tp have spent the past week visit. Defendant By HAROLD EMERY, the estate of you Joseph may Charles Walker .

Ing with his parents, Mr. and NOTICE TO DEFEND Chairman I deceased late of said County
I THE STATE OF FIXJIUDA. TO: ATTEST: to: the County Judge of Flagler
FOR SALE-Fire Place Wood. Mrs. C. B. Hull. ARAMINTHA M. JOHNSON COY O. HARRIS, Secretary County Florida, at his office In
Call 4392214. l28tc 20 I'aladlne AvenueApartment March 4ItoNOTI'E the court house of said Count.t -
1FNew Llunnell. Florida within alx calendar
York N. Y. OF IVTKVTIO: : TO AP- months
the time of the
Milk and You are hereby notified that a I'I.Y FOil ENACTMENT OK" !PK-
FOR SALE Ford half ton pick HoneyIn first publication of this notice.
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suit has been filed against you In (IAI. 1.EuI I.ATIOV CONCKHNINQFLA : Two coplea of each claim or demand -
up. Coy Harris, 4373367. After the above entitled cause; and you t.it ('(H'T4TY. shall be In writing and shall
New DessertTwo are hereby required to file your an Notices hereby! given that the state the place of residence and
6 P.M. call 4373573. 11.5-tf ewer with the Clerk of this Court, undersigned uII.tPft''! to the Florida post omce address of the cl.lm.nt.r.1mtllhl.b ,
and to serve a copy thereof upon 1 45 regular sworn to by the
WANTED IRONING to do at my of nature's most perfect the plaintiff or plalntlffa. attorney, session for passage of certain special : agent or his attorney
whose name and address la: legislation which special legislation
home, reasonable. Pick up & de. foods-milk and honey-are flA IUEI. V. IIOLCH shall have for Its purpose one accompanied dollar and such by a claim filing or fee demand of-

livery. Phone ID 73669. combined to create a new de- 110 N. Third Street the following: not ao filed shall be void.
Palatka. Floridanot To amend Sections I, 1 and 2 Daisy Ileddlck Walker
10.24-U lIcious frozen ,dessert called later than April 5th. A. P. 1945. of Chapter ".101, Laws of Flor Aa Administrator of the Estateof
If you fall to do ao, decree proconfesso
ida.To Joseph Charles Walker
'Honey Crunch Ice Milk." lIelr.i entered against eliminate the necessity. of deceased.
SEPTIC TANK cleaning drain for the demanded in the being distributed to the
; you money municipalities First publication February IKS
Dr. E. L. Fouts, dairy technol. bill of complaint. The nature of and allow the CountyCommissioners 11.
Feb. ll-ll-IS A
Mar 4 4teix
fields Installed snail shell. Reasonable : -
; ogist of the Agriculture Experiment said suit being for divorce. to pay directly forth .
prices. Call George Ja WITNESS!: my hand and seal of authorised purposes TUB ctiirrrr (01'i1? OF '
Station combined milk said Court this 2nd day of March BOARD OF COUNTY: COMMISSIONS KLAUI.KR ("UI TY, FLORIDA \
roz, ID 7.3410 8-1-U A. D. 1965.omcial I R8, FLAOLEK COUNTY, ix ('l1ArCEi1Y: xo. GeM .
honey with a surprise ingredient ( Heal) E. A. SMYTHE FIJIUDA.BY FRANK
i coconut macaroons and Clerk of said Circuit Court George E. Wlckllne. MULLEN.Plaintiff.
By Julia It. Harvey. Chairman. y..
To prove PltUN-BVAC containing came up with the new taste Deputy Clerk ATTEST: 11:. A. Smjrthe. Clerk ANTOINETTE' McMULLKN.

Prune, Figs A Henna la world' treat. "It tastes good and It's March 4.1I.1I.2S-ftC March 4-Itc Defendant. .,
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Amo-o-thest. beat and moat natural NOTICE TO IttI"JoNIt '
laxative hurrr to good for you. The' new dessertIs ------ TUB STATE OF FLORIDA., TO: .
low In fat but higher In pro. whose residence and

tot 40 'tablets generous for FREE lie. Over SAMPLE 1,000.000! or:' tein than most Ice creams," he 24 HourWrecker ..R... and unknown post ome. address tI

sold each year. I said. Service I T--: are hereby notified that a ....
I ault has been filed .
,, developed against you In
Although initially
the above entitled cause; and you
JOHNSTON'SFLAGLER for commercial production, Dr. are hereby required to Also your anawer '.
with the tc ef this ''
BEACH REALTY CO. Fouts offers his formula to any Flagler Truck & Tractor CO. the and plaintiff to serve or.Cl plalntlffa ropy thereof attorney vpon 'ft!

LOTS, HOMES OCEAN FRONT, dairy that wants It. whose name and address la: P
Crunch Ice milk can MASSEYFERGUSONGrove RAY 8KLDEN
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ACREAGE be made at home In a home Farm Industrial Equipment Daytona Reach, Florida y
I I not later than March 22. A. I*. IKS .a
I See us for your real estate needs freezer. Here's how: i If you fall to do ', decree proconfeaao
Honey Crunch Ice Milk VIRGIL DECKER Phone ID 7-3242 will be entered against
Office Phone HE 9.2242 : you for the relief demanded. the
Residence Phones ID 7-3601 (Makes 1 gallon) Owner Bunnell, Florida'AVJWVWWVWWWJW I bill of complaint.>> The nature of I
said suit
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or ID 7-3517 2 quarts rich milk WITNESS my hand and seat ef

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.> > PAGE 'l'EN THE FLAGLER TRIBUNE, bUNNELL, FLORIDA Thursday, March '4, 1965Bunnell
i1.I _

I: JUjHgcl the absence not only effects thechild's -
l, : education, but the entire
oJ NetySPORTMANSHIP* school system.
I a. Under Florida law, parents 65 CHEVROLETThese
who allegedly allow their children

One of the objectives of gen. to stay home, may receive the lowest priced
eral education is to develop for sentences of up to 90 days In great performers rre

the regulation of one's personaland I jail or pay $100 fines. I models our'One- Center
civic life, a code of behavior Benton F. Clifton, Jr. at top Shopping
based eithical principles con. Supervising Principal. '
on I .. ... ..,
slstent with democratic ideals. <,(
A coach therefore, has to estab SENIOR CLASS

lish the behavior or standard The Senior Class spent the last
which is to be accepted as partof two weeks nominating and
one's "code" or way of life. the 20 and
I electing boy girl
However, we as Interested spectators superlatives from the class.:
and coaches should not I _
They are:
allow our enthusiasm for ,the I Most Athletic, Walter Town. ___
game to reflect on' the play of _
send and Beverly Cummins; best
our boys that are participating.Rather I dressed Crews and
Scotty Candy %a: wKN. avsd 1
we should conduct our II Lovell; most dependable, Buzzy
behavior so as to inspire our. McKnight and Janet Salyerds;
to do their best and not!
boys best all-around, Butch Andersonand ) e
lose their poise as a result of,
Heidi Eisenbach; most like. r---
the actions of adults.
ly to succeed, Mike Hornsby and
I The St. Johns River Conference i Ida Allen; -_____ _
awards a sportsmanship trophyto Wittiest, Ted Worthington and
the team which has the Charlotte Hodges; best person.
highest number of points In a ality, Wayne Dixon and Brenda
particular sport. The officials of Aaron; friendliest, Albert John.
the game give a rating of 0-10 ston and Heidi Eisenbach; most
on each' team immediately after talented, Scotty Crews and Mary
each game. Bunnell 'barely miss. Pache; and best looking, Elbert
ed getting this award In football Tucker and Gloria Johnston.
and basketball by a small Buzzy McKnight, Reporter.
percentage point. The reasons 4
may be ,varied,,but I would like BETA CLUB '
to quote two remarks made by The Beta Club met on Monday .
the officials that very well I February 22, to install the
could have made the differencein new members in the club offi
t' us winning or losing this cially. They said the Beta Club
award. They are as follows: Pledge which states that they
l "BUNNELL SHOULD TALK TO are to maintain good achieve
{ TEAM FOLLOWERS ABOUT ment and character, and leader. .

& "BOTH TEAMS AND COACHES The project for this year that
SHOWED GOOD SPORSTMAN was decided upon, is to tutor
SHIP, BUT TEAM FOLLOWERS elementary and high school stu

If we as educators, and you Gloria Johnston, Reporter. ,. ', ., .
as parents, are going to achieve ,tf fJll '
t our purpose, we must work together .
In this endeavor and set Pamphlet on Mouth Cancer Top to l bottom: CKevy 11100 Corrafr 500, Chertllt 300, ,
If I, good examples for our children Now Available for Asking Chevrolet Bitcayne. AU t-door model
to live by.
Sincerely, Because cancers of the mouth Each of these beauties is the lowest Or get a sporty rear-engine hardtop
Benton F. Clifton, Jr. can usually be cured if discovered priced in its line. But the ride doesn't in a Corvair Sport Coupe or Sport
:\ Supervising Principal. early and given prompt, show it. Or the interior. Or the Sedan for fun in the months ahead.
adequate treatment, a new pam performance. Chevrolet, Chevelle and Chevy II are
, / BUNNELL SCHOOLATTENDANCE phlet, "Your Defense Against That luxurious Biscayne is as roomy available with the Turbo-Thrift Six for
Mouth Cancer" has been pub. as many expensive cars, has color-keyed fuel economy, quick warmups, quiet
t The percentage of attendancefor lished by the American Cancer interiors, plush vinyls, fine fabrics, full idling. It's efficient, smooth and
Bunnell School the first se Society It is now being offeredto deep-twist carpeting. spirited.
mester was 96.2 percent, certain. the public. Chevelle, America's favorite inter Corvair's air-cooled rear-mounted
ly an outstanding record. How The pamphlet tells about certain mediate-size car, has clean new styling, Turbo-Air Six delivers the best balance
ever, we are far below this per. symptoms which might appear wide doors, roomy, tasteful interiors and traction for discover the
centage for the second semester.We on the gums, lips, tongue, and Chevrolet easy-care features. this size car. differenceDrive
have' been very careful to// cheek, palate, tonsils and neck, Chevy II got a lot smarter for '65- So be practical.
but sensible! Still will
follow up on 'absences to discourage II j and recommends that the symp stayed family-size, Only you .
to handle economical and the know. Because it
any unexcused ones. toms be heeded If persistent. easy a
I lowest Chevrolet won't show
priced buy.
When a child is absent from Anyone wishing to receive this you can sure
", school, excused or unexcused, leaflet may obtain a copy by something really new-discover the difference at your Chevrolet dealer'

the entire county school system writing or calling ,their nearest Chevrolet Chevelle ChevyU* Con: it' Corvclte
loses state and federal aid al county unit office of the American
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