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Title: The Flagler tribune
Physical Description: Newspaper
Language: English
Publisher: s.n.
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Place of Publication: Bunnell Fla
Creation Date: March 11, 1965
Publication Date: -1981
Frequency: weekly
regular
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Subjects / Keywords: Newspapers -- Bunnell (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Flagler County (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Genre: newspaper   ( marcgt )
newspaper   ( sobekcm )
Spatial Coverage: United States -- Florida -- Flagler -- Bunnell
Coordinates: 29.4675 x -81.256944 ( Place of Publication )
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Dates or Sequential Designation: Began in 1917?
Dates or Sequential Designation: -69th year, no. 36 (Sept. 3, 1981).
General Note: Mrs. M.B. Fuller, editor.
General Note: Description based on: Vol. 43, no. 20 (June 2, 1955).
Funding: Funded by NEH in support of the National Digital Newspaper Project (NDNP), NEH Award Number: PJ-50006-05
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Preceded by: St. Johns tribune
Succeeded by: Palm Coast news
Succeeded by: Flagler/Palm Coast news-tribune

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VOLUME 53 NO. 10 BUNNELL, FLORIDA, THURSDAY, MARCH 11, 1965 $2.50 A YEAR
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Legion, Birthday LEVI BRANNAM, SR. i iI Routine MattersAt SPECIAL BLOOD Integration Plan

I I I APPOINTED NEW II TAKING SET FOR
To Be Observed School Board
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Appears As Legal
j JUSTICE OF PEACE HOWARD BOWERS
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,; Monday Evening I I Levi Brannam S., of Bunnell Session TuesdayThe The East Volusla-Flagler Blood Ad In This Issue I II
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I was appointed last week by Bank will hold a special blood

The forty-sixth birthday of Governor Haydon Burns to serve question of paying travel. drawing for Howard Bowers j The plan of the Board of PubI .

The American Legion will, be as Justice of Peace, District 1, ing expenses of board membersto here on Tuesday, March 15 at1 I'lie Instruction of Flagler County

observed next Monday evening, i I Flagler County. He will fill the and from meeting Was discussed the city hall. [tIn compliance with the Civil
March 15 at the Bunnell Civic'' unexpired term of office of R. A. and it was agreed that Rights Act of 1964 appears on

Center. J||t Powell who recently resigned. no such expense would be requested The blood drawing will begin (I page 11 of this Issue of The Tri
" at 4 p. m. The bloodmobile bune
as a legal advertisement.
I Although the birthday of theveterans' 1 Mr. Brannam's commission by any member they from the Red Cross Bank In Day. |
I was issued last week from the feeling that such expense should I Although the board believes .
.. .... organization actually I tona Beach will be here for the
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, March 17, the post's regular office of Secretary of State Tom not be accepted. I I 1 j I I taking. j+lit will be approved by the Education -

t meeting date Is Monday. In ad. Adams A request from the Flagler I Division of the Depart.
dition to the regular meeting of Beach School for a mowing ma. Thirty men from Lehigh Port. ment of Health Education and
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.' the post a, banquet will be en., chine to be used on the school land Cement plant have already I Welfare in Washington it was

Joyed and M. B. Fuller memberof Information FormIs campus was received. It was signed up to give blood. Others emphasized by board members

the post will speak on the ere- agreed to ask for bids on a bicycle I wishing to give blood may got I fit is not known at this time

atlon of the Legion and give Required ByService I wheel" type and will buyif I: to the civic center for the taking when approval or disapproval

some of the history of the pres. I money is available. Shelton Barber saldtoday I will be forthcoming.This .

ent post. ''Revenue I Approved a list submitted by Howard has need for blood to plan however will b

Supt. Coy Harris for professionalleave make up for some already used I put In effect this coming fall
I It is expected that he will also i! Laurie W. Tomlinson, district for teachers. Also approved and also to build a supply as even though approval of the iI

tell about organization and operation director of Internal Revenue a list of pupil assignments. needed. has not been received. It Is suggested
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of the first post organized 'j Service for Florida is reminding It was stated that the area I I that Interested parents

in this county back in 1927. sponsors of contests or sporting I for attendance at the Flagler School Band Gets carefully read tho plan and preserve '
events that they must file an Beach school Is now that part a that
That first post was named for copy so a complete
the only man who lost his life I I annual Information return on lof the county lying east of Interstate I understanding of Its provisionsare

in World War One from this I Form 1099, together with Trans. I Highway 1-95 changed\ Superior RatingFor I digested.The .

county. He was Dancy Miller. mlttal Forms 1096, If paymentsof from "Kings Road.. I 16th YearThe first effects of the plan
prizes or awards totaling $600 Approved construction of a will begin next month (April)

Members their families and ore more are made to any one walkway at Bunnell High School i Bunnell High School Band I when Assignment of pupil to
invited guests are urged to be individual during the calendar to be done at the same time' returned from Its District Band the various schools will be made.
at 7 o'clock for the din. foundations are bin, poured for,
present year and such payments are not I Contest held in Jacksonville last Necessary forms will be provided
Mr. and Mrs. Walter Creal' the Carver High School
ner. subject to withholding tax. gym. 1 Saturday, March 6, at Paxon parents.
are in charge of entertainment. : Cave tentative approval for Flagler has
a good
High School with ratings of Superior county 1
I A of a contest or
sponsor freezer to hold
II a large provisions
I In Concert and Sightread- school system, and the board
sporting event for purposes of for school cafeterias since the
BHS Students anticipates that it will continue
filing an Information return includes
board contemplates starting to Ing.The
marching results have not t to be a good system "where each
not only persons engagedin have consolidated purchases of time. student will receive the best in I
Take been received at press
Scholarship a trade or business for profit,
all food for all cafeterias and struction available with the '..
However, Marching ratings will
Tomllnson said but also In. to store them at Bunnell High I
limited funds available.
Tests not affect the final rating of
t Qualifying eludes organizations the activities School and to be Issued upon and the slxthetnth ______________-_______ ,
Superior for
of which are not for the
requisition of the variuos cafe. .
.r". I straight year the Bunnell BandIs Flagler Receives
Fifty-three students at'Ban* purpose of gain or profit tents managers.
eligible for the State Contest
School took the 1965
nell High
i Such nonprofit organizationswould this year to be held In Daytona Race Track FundsState
National Merit Scholarship Qualifying *
Include, for example, civic Revival Begins Beach In late Aprll.Otht'r .
. Test John A. Cannon, Jr.,I
chambersof received solos J:.
or business leagues: ratings by Comptroller Ray

school counselor. announces. I II __ commerce or__ boards of trade: Sunday Night At and ensembles were: Robby Green said today checks for 'I

I The test was administered at I churches or other religious or Durrance, tuba, superior; Mary I $53,000 are being mailed to eachof

the school at 9 a .m. Tuesday charitable organizations; foundations Methodist ChurchRev. Pache, twirling, superior; clarinet the 67 counties as their shareof I

March 9. All students who took social clubs; argrlcuHu- quartet, composed of Cheryl the March race track tax .
f the test will be considered for ral associations, etc. Damon S. Scott of the Skolar Heidi Eisenbach. Betty I fund distribution.

merit scholarships to be award. Trinity Methodist Church of Lynn Bourne and Brenda Murray The comptroller reported each '

ed In 1966. World Palatka will be the Evangelistfor II i superior; saxophone quartet county has received a total of
!1' I Prayer the New Life Revival begin. composed of Candy Lovell I $154,000 thus far this fiscal year.

k The NMSOT is a three-hour ning at the First Methodist Marie Fleurle, Linda Skolar, and This Is a 22.00 increase over \
I' examination of educational def Day Held Friday Church of Bunnell Sunday eve. Vicky King, excellent. the same period during the previous I

velopment. The test is the first ning. Services will be at 7:30 Seven members of the Concert fiscal year
, step in the eleventh annual Seven churches of Flagler each evening Sunday through Band did not participate for reasons .I I

I competition for four-year Merit county were represented at the Friday, March 19, Rev. Howard of Illness and other difficulties BAPTIST CHURCH

, Scholarships provided by the Na I World Day of Prayer observanceheld Porter said today. while nine members of 1 SUNDAY TOPICS ..
tional Merit Scholarship Corpor- last Friday at the Community Rev. Scott Is pastor of the the Marching Band were also I
ARE
atlon and by sponsoring corporations Memorial Church In Flagler Trinity Methodist Church In Pa. unable Jo perform. ANNOUNCED j

I foundations, colleges asr Beach. latka. He Is director of The Rev. Thomas Pinner of the

sedations unions trusts, and Trinity Methodist Church Hour" First Baptist Church has an. :
TAG OFFICE TO BE
Rev. R. W Dickert gave a brief
p individuals.The each Sunday at 9:30 a. m. In addition nounced his sermon topics for J
number of scholarships message on the theme ""What Mrs. to the daily devotional OPEN 2 SATURDAYS the Sunday services. The eleven
Doth the Lord
Require.
" awarded in any year depends i Frank Schwenk was soloist with program "Crossbeams" over radio Tax Collector Dale, B. Brown o'clock worship hour will be "Is

upon the extent of sponsor par. Prof. Tehodore Weber at the or- station WSUZ Palatka. This aid today his office ,will be There Life After Birth".
!, tidpation. In 1964 1652 program Is heard each morningat open all day Saturday, March The eight o'clock service topic '
ships were awarded; ICbolar'j gan.Mrs. 9 a. m. 13 and also all day Saturday, will be "The Time When God

I provided by 227 sponsors and 506 Albert Batten, chairmanof The Rev. Mr. Scott Is an expertenred March 20, for the convenienceof Did Not Stand With Ills People"Rev I

, by the Merit Corporation. There I the program, wishes to thank Evangelist and in de. those who have not bought Pinner said a special

are 4880 merit scholars attend those participating from the following mand across our Florida Con their auto license' plates. young peoples quartet from

Ing 485: college In the current churches: Mrs. Walter ferencr' holding meetings and March 20 Is the deadline for Hastings will be presented at

, academic yearSCOUTS'TO, Creal and )Irs. O. F, Alford of' New Life Crusades, Rev, Porter securing tags. Office hours are the eleven o'clock hour. They

the First Baptist Church of Bun stated. He has served as Minister from 8 a. m. to 4:30: p. m. are the daughters of Mr and i

CONDUCT nell: Mrs. Henry Shlll, Mn. E. of Music In several large Mrs. Charles Proctor They con-

M. Splvry and Mrs. Thomas Lee M ethodlst Churches In Alabama LIONS CLUB PLANS ,,11st of Elaine 8; Beverly U; 1

NEWSPAPER DRIVEThe of the First Baptist Church of prior to entering the ministry In I LIGHT BULB SALE Jane 13; and Sharlene 14. I ,.

Boy Scout Troop of Flag Flagler Beach. l&t In the Florida Conference.\ "
FRIDAY MARCH 19
let Beach will begin this Saturday Mm. He received his education In THOMAS KAIILERT ; r
William
Mrs. A. Fryman.
old the University of Miami Chand The Lions Club met Tuesdayat
collecting newspapersand Howard Porter and Mrs. Cordon NAMED CORPORALThomas
magazines for their scrap ler School of Theology Moody the Civic Center and planned
Buckles of the First Methodist In Bunnell I Anthony K-hlert. son j)1
drive Wesley Thomas said to Bible Institute and the Southeastern their Light Bulb Sale
Church of Bunnell; Mrs. Reyn Bible CoHere Blrmlng and Flagler Beach for Friday of ,. and Mrs. A. W. Kahlertof ,

day.Mr.. Thomas and Lyman Cage old Hoover Mrs. Roger Moose. ham, Ala. night March' 19 at 7:30.: Bunnell has been promoted I
will be assisting the boys In the of the First Methodist Church of I I Rev. Porter Is extending a Team No. 1 U leading In the to the rank of corporal In the "
Flagler Beach; )Irs. Stanley, ROTC unit at Gordon Military
collection. friendly invitation to all mem' contest this month on member ,
Farnsworth of the St Thomas I
They will begin this Saturday bets and friends in Bunnell, ship. The contest ends on March College.
i I Episcopal Church of Bunnell; cook I Rank In the Cadet Corps at
will
morning and will make collections Flagler Beach and vicinity to 23. The losing tram '
each Saturday morning. I Mrs. Frank Brede of St. Steph'ens ';I come out and hear and share In dinner for the winning team at ,Cordon Is achieved by academic '
1 I I the first meeting In April. and military progress of the In.
Thomas laId they will collectIn Roman Catholic Church ofI these inspirational services. I i
Flagler Beach and BunnelL I I I Bunnell; Mrs. R. W.. Dickert. Mrs.'j i, (dividual cadet. i
Anyone having papers for the' Ira Bordner Mrs. A. F. Janslc.I .||I Leave the pet goldfish at Alcohol and gasoline don't I A Junior college, with a prep
I( Paul home when fishing In : mix, neither do alcohol and gun J department Gordon was found
I Mrs.
drive are asked to place them I)I Mrs. Mlttle McKlnnon. you go "
,fed Is Honor
on the property line for collec-1 Vogel, Mrs. Charles Slndelar. I.Florida. The CalM and FreshWater powder Intoxicated person are In 1852. and sn
':: W, Fish Commission not allowed to hunt In any na J School with a Senior ROTC unit
tlon.They may also call 4392122to Harry Whetstone, and Mrs. V. pro. I I t
make arrangements for a, Halne of the Community Memorial .,,hibits any goldfish or carp i lions forest or wildlife manage i operated under the Department
pickup. Church of Flagler Beach.' while fishing ment area in Florida. of the Army ptorram.t' .


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PAGE TWO THE FLAGLER TRIBUNE, BUNNELL, FLORIDA Thursday, March !!> 1965
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Gold Head Branch for scientific and educational hustle and bustle of city life. I: freshment-lounge building. morning or late in the evening,

,, groups. The entire park is maintained Completely equipped, families I'I The fool trails In tne rtavine I I when little Pebble Lake, large
'I' Is A Complete ParkOne and protected as a wildlife need bring only food and them- and along the shores of the Sheeler Lake, remote Deer Lake
refuge. selves for their vacation. Unlike and Lake Johnson
lakes offer opportunity for hik- |: are at their
the campsites, the cottages must ing. The park abounds in subJects i': best. You may fish in all of
Recreational features this
of Florida's most com at be reserved in advance. ReserVations for nature study as wildlife j i I: them provided you have a state
is Gold park are nearly unlimited. A-
I plete state parks Head '
are made by writing to is abundant, varied and pro. fishing license.
'1. Branch, located about 40 miles mong the most popular is overnight : the Superintendent, Gold Head ( .
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southwest of Jacksonville on camping. Campers find Branch State Park, Route No. 1, I II
Is located
( State Road 21. the camping area at Gold Head i I II I The state park Inj ST. THOMAS CHURCH
Box 305, Keystone Heights, Fla.;
the beautiful sand hill lake re.1
I Branch very much to their Ilk. I I I (EVI.eeial)
t At this park, noted for its ing. Ample elbow room is provided I The picnic area is located on gion of Florida, and to be appreciated JWv South James Anderson Henry Taylor Street, Jr.
spring-fed lakes and rolling and the restroom buildIng the shores of Lake Johnson and it must be seen at various Sunday! Pervlee!
hills, visitors may enjoy picnicking is kept spotless. 'A new and Pebble Lake. Two large picnic seasons of the year,. and 11:15 10:30 a.a.m.m. Moraine Church School Prayers and
boating, swimming, camp- various times of the day. It is Sermon
larger campground is under con- shelters and a barbecue shelter, Holy Communion tit Sunday
' Ing, water skiing, hiking, nature struction.The located north of Pebble Lake, especially beautiful early in the.
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study, vacation cottages and are just the thing for civic clubs ----. -
t sightseeing.This vacation cottages providea '
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and various organization picnic
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IN FIRE INSURANCEThe
home away from home for NEW FASHIONS
'I. 1,338-acres park derives groups.
" families seeking to escape the write still give the same
I' fire Insurance policies we
its from Gold Head I
name
Boats for hire can be obtainedat
' dependable protection. But today you can often enjoy ad-
; Branch, the spring fed stream I the boat landing on Lake
ditional benefits-Home Owner's Policy-at very
. that meanders along the bot coverage
I New No-Ironing I Johnson. Persons bringing their :
little extra cOILlIemember.
tom of beautiful Ravine .
a I own craft can put them in the j
. through which a nature trail Fabric DevelopedAdded lake at the launching area.I I H. T. Cook Agency Is ready to help you
winds. Visitors can drive rightup Swimming may be enjoyed in take advantage of these extra coverages. Telephone 437.3361
to the head of the Ravine Lake Johnson which has a natural I or stop In soon for full details.
and look down into It, 65 feet features are being de. sand beach and gently'

below. The stream varies In veloped by manufacturers to sloping shore. A bathhouse is H. T. COOK AGENCY ,
width from three to ten feet, take the Ironing chores out of provided for swimmers and I Phone 437-3361 Citizens Bank Building Bunnell, Fla.l .

with crystal clear water flowing clothing care. nearby is the combination re I l
bed of white sand. One of the newest Improve.
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ments, says Miss Elizabeth Dick-
The Ravine starts with a deep enson, clothing and textiles

bowl at the bottom of whichis specialist, Florida Agricultural Insects ravaging potato fields?
a clear spring and fern gar Extension Service, is a process your
den. Among the many beautiful called "permanent press."
ferns here Is the rare headed Only men's slacks are avail
fern. The sides of :the bowl and able now with this finish. But
of the Ravine are clothed witha manufacturers of women's' andchildren's

dense hammock consisting of I clothes plan to make rr
such trees as live oak, ,
, \ gums use of it In the future. j
magnolia, American holly, and "Permanent finish" treated

" loblolly bay.Growing fabrics can be laundered repeatedly .

the with never a need for
i. along nature
.' trails In the Ravine, there are ironing. The sharp creases are
; more than 100 species of trees, permanent, the fabric won't
, shrubs and vines, including the show a wrinkle, and no seam '
needle In puckers will develop.
palm. the bottom of
the Ravine, the visitors can see How is this miracle accomplished .
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\ beautiful palms, a great varietyof I I ? A chemical is put on "Mif:: J
the fabric before the
flowers, shrubs and trees of garmentis 7
a sub-tropical nature. made. The completed garment i"

Remains of an old dam and is pressed and then heatedto I "Mirt /'

mill mark the site of a grist a very high temperature, set. '
mill, cotton gin and sawmill ting the finish. This process can '' L

R, 'which had been operated years be done only at the factory not 'I .,., ?"
at home.
ago by the waters of Gold Head
Branch. Parts of the machinerymay Alterations of "permanent I .
still be seen at the Old press' garments are out of the
Mill site below the Ravine. question because the baked in
creases can't be removed. Slacks .
Arrowheads have been found
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Indicating that the area had with this finish can't be let out ... .

been a favorite Indian hunting or lengthened.,

ground. Minute quantities of + r
gold, which have been pannedin RESOLUTION f

Gold Head Branch, probably Whereas, It has pleased' the
came from the ancient rocks of Great Architect of the Universeto

the Piedmont Plateau.As take unto Himself our revered
visitors follow!around the and beloved Worshipful Brother

shore of Lake, Johnson they are Harry Clegg, and
.treated to beautiful vistas of
this, large body of water, seen Whereas, the departed Brother
through traceries of Spanishmoss Clegg was a member of Bunnell
and evergreen foliage. Lodge No. 200 for many years
" Lake Johnson Is the largest lake.A .I I and served as its Worshipful FIGHT BACK

small arm extends from the Master.

main body of the lake Into the Be'it'
Therefore, Resolved, that
park where the main use area
Bunnell Lodge No. 200 F.&A.M.be .
is located.
In mourning for a period of
Fourteen family vacation cottages .
( 30 days on the loss of our
; are situated on a ridge Brother who passed to the Great
overlooking Lake Johnson. Near.
1 by is Pebble Lake and in the I Beyond, and WITH ORTHOIPORTHO !

park is beautiful Sheeler Lake Be It Further Resolved, that a
and small, remote Deer Lake. copy of this resolution be spread

/' The educational possibilities I i upon the minutes of this Communication .
In this state park are centered and a copy be sent
primarily around bird and animal to the family of our deceased

life, geology and botany of brother.George Phosphamidon kills the major Florida potato insects.
the area. The spring-fed lakes, Wickline

ravine, and other features proveto Shelton Brooks Besides luffing on contact, Phosphamidon mores into the plant's system to kill
be an Interesting Ferris Solomon.
study area
insects that hide from other sprays. Phosphamidon kills the major Florida potato

: I I.It pests...and because of its systemic action your workers can be back in the fieldsin

a matter of hours. Rain won't wash it off,either.

: ,: MANY THANKS Phosphamidon is
\ a water soluble liquid, so it's easy to

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

I would like to thank the voters bees and other beneficial insects. Phosphamidoa is compatible :-

with most of other
your pesticides And ft* Terr

of Flagler Beach for their vote and ORTHO effective in small dosages. So why hassle with cometa*.

HOSf1AMlD01! lion sprays? Get the spray that gets potato insects cowing

support in lastweeks election. and,going: ORTHO Phosphamidon.Helping .


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Thursday, March 11, 1965 THE FLAGLER TRIBUNE, BUNNELL FLORIDA PAGE THREE
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Many Counties at taxpayer.The substantial. savings to the I I---
Here's the DuPont '
Participate In of total the property federal acquisitioncost distributedlast right fungicide ,


Surplus SuppliesSixtyfour 949.68.year Counties in Florida in the was state$14,748-ac to apply on Florida vegetables '

quired this property for a service
of Florida's 67 coun charge of 2.74 per cent of this '
ties participated In the Florida acquisition cost.
Development Commission's Surplus The percentages of total prop. for dependable disease control
Property Program, acquir erty distributed in each category -
ing more than 14 and a half were: education, 84.6;
million dollars worth of equip. heath, 7.1, and civil dedefnse 8.3. The Du Pont Vegetable Spray Guide belowshows you the right spray materials and ,
ment and supplies during 1964,
acordlng to Commission Chair. proper application rates for best disease control on major Florida vegetables, All ,1

man Charles W. Campbell. I MILLER Du Pont fungicides listed are fully registered. Each has a long record of success in u
The I I'
Surplus Property Divisionof Florida increase raise
the Development Commission ELECTRONICS helping growers yields and profits. 1 I

administers the program and 1744 Ocaoa Shore Bird. \
maintains warehouses In Starke I Crop and Dlslln .Material.! Rate. WAea and Now Ottor tl Spray ,
and Marianna where equipment REPAIRS ON TV'S TOMATOES .;

and supplies declared surplusby I WASHERSDRYERS late Blight (MANZAT D 114,2 tbs.per 100..Is. Start when plants are set In fields J
the federal government, are Early Bbght I MANZATE and continue every 7.11)dayS. ? 1
stored and distributed. Grey leaf Spot PARZATE C j jScl.rottnioist
Qualified educational, health Call Collect 672-0377 fERMA 2 IDs.per 100 Ills. As plants are set and when distlsi
and civil defense organizationsare I I II Botrytis(Gray Mold) THYLATE 1" Itls.per 100 Ills. thr.lt.ns.Spray every 3.5 d.ys.

eligible to participate in the I ALL WORK GUARANTEED POTATOES eLate
program, obtaining merchandise i I When 2 6 M.
I Blight MANZATt plants are Aigh.Spay
Early Blight, MANZATE OJ 1-2lbs.per,acre everyl-lidayswhend sesse threatens.PARUTE J
C BH Ibs.per 100'iis. I

CELERY j
MANZA 0 1".21b1.per 100,iis. When plants are establlshd III the a
/ Late Blight I MANZATE 1.ld.Spray weekly under avers)e
I CALLV (arty Blight PAllIATE C CondltlonswhlnSIVtltlVerHd.Y1oEar" :

Blight THYLATE 114 !tis. per 100.11s. When plants,,,,,ra.-continulin the r "F
Let.Bright 'Ield., Spray every 3 days,mere often.
Rhizoctonll(On celery It necessary.
plant beds and.field) .' '; 4
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: Damping FER MATE 1 lb.each per 100..Is. In plant bed.Spray every 7 era",. I '
Bunnell Motor I URLATt Severe conditions every U liars. \ :

BEANS :., I'
MANZATE 43lbs3 .per tell When email spray every 5.7 days. t"
Rust and sulfur "
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90% II dust \
C PAllIATE C 1 ij.2Ibs.per 100,iis. When disease Uv..I.nl.spray ,
every H days.
Company Antllrlcnoll PARIATt C llk.2 lbs.per 100.als. When disease thrutln'Sprat .
,\ f;, lver,4.7 days ,*
t'i c J' / MANZATE 0 m.21b1.per 100 gals When dlnesl threatens Spay :
Downy Mildew )MAN ZAT .Very H dlys. \,,':
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PAIlZATE C :
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437-3301 CUCURBITS
Ant!racnose f Soon II plants Iegln to Tian or when
Leaf Downy Spot Mildew (C=mID 1 ij.2Ibs. per 100,ils. diseases 7-10 dIs.ttvaat"Spray Iny "

Other Leaf Diseases(u. PAllIATE, C 114.2 IDs. p" 100 Ills. Soon II plants appeer above ground r
cept Powdery Mildew) 1.\ spray enry n days, uIId.ra"1.. "'Ifi !
: I CondllOftI.! :: t
Commercial.FEousehold .,
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d,.:4Senator Holland ness of his policy, Senator Holland tion. Station of the Experiment Stations, said,
;'"YP't: vlglrously asserted that the Frequently during the courseof Experiment "It proves that Florida can produce
' expensive agricultural debacle his address, Senator Holland and keep this kind of ani
( For RecordFlorida's
Right Cow Sets
!j : Fights currently plaguing Florida is yielded the floor to Senate colleagues mal. I think "Sweetness" can
': To Labor the result of Wirtz's "complete- representing other agricultural Sable Sweetness," a be used as an example of the
l' : Import ly impractical position" in the states who made reportsof Florida Agriculture Experiment kind of cows the state can havein
matter of handling statewide critical problems in their own Station Jersey Cow, has established its dairy herds," he added.
I .:.,': Senator Spessard Holland, ink pleas for trained workers at the[states as the result of the Department an American Jersey Cat I "Sweetness" is part of the Experiment
f a Senate floor speech lasting the I time when they are needed.Holland's of Labor' policy. tle Club production record ofra Stations dairy unit
) better part of three hours, pre I herd located near Gainesville.
"
305 day period."Sweetness
sented to his senate colleaguesin presentation, heavily Holland also expressed the belief !
minute details the costly and documented with exhibits' that he should bring this Just over three I
of the losses demonstrating the ends to which matter to the attention of the years old, gave 8,130 pounds of Subscribe to The Flagler Tribune
frustrating story
in: Senate milk and 530 pounds of butter, S2.5O 1t TEAK
f currently being suffered by Florida growers have gone before taking the matter
';,LL, Florida's growers and processors trying to recruit domestic labor, directly to the White House for fat during the period. Consider
\ of citrus, fruits and vegetablesand made it eminently clear that all relief if other measures fall. ing that the average person O.F.ALTPORDRegistered
sugar cane as the result of efforts to secure such workers Throughout his presentationhe consumes 250 quarts of milk a
their inability to secure a sufficient have failed. He also analyzedat also made it eminently clear year, "Sweetness" gave enough I
number of skilled agricultural length the impracticability of that he and congressmen for milk to supply 20 people for one Real Estate Broker
workers to harvest the most recent criteria which other similarly affected states year. Bunnell FloridaSALT
these highly perishable crops at the Department of Labor has established intend to continue the fight to Dr. J. R. Beckenbach, director
the time when they must be for the importation of preserve the long-held right to -- -
harvested in order to avoid the type of offshore labor Import labor whenever necessaryas
spoilage.The which can accomplish the task. a means of protecting not
senior senator, a veteran Speaking from voluminousnotes only the agricultural Interests of
member of the Senate Agricultural Senator Holland initially their states, but the welfare of
\ and Appropriations Committee I pointed out the inaccuracy of the general public which con
I specifically credited the the opinion held by the Labor sumes these products.
f blame for these losses, estimatedto Department that the recent ..
run into millions of dollars, abolishment of the so-called
to Secretary of Labor Willard "bracero" or Mexican labor bill I CommunityMemorial FOR
i Wirtz's lack of cooperation thru had the intent of preventing the
consistent failure to permit Florida I,future Importation of all foreign I ChurchIat.ed.a.daad.aal
growers to import in sufficient farm labor into the United WATER SOFTENERS
numbers of the trained off States. AIR CONDITIONED
shore laborers from the British There Is ample evidence, declared Dayton AT*.
West Indies who have traditionally Holland, in records of I
FLAGLER BEACH HardwarePhone
I played a major role in the Congressloal deliberations and Flagler
harvesting of these crops in both Senate and House hearingsof Sunday School 10:00 A.M. I
former years. the past to make it clear that Church Service 11:00 A.)!.
While expressing confidencethat the Congress had no intentionof R. W. DICKBRT. Pastor 437-3191 Bunnell, Florida
Secretary Wirtz firmly and I abandoning a 30-year-old program BVBRYOITB WELCOMB I
honestly believes in the right. permitting such importa I ... ... .. .
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Interior roads. In 1962 the Flor- I

Too Late ida Supreme Court validated a :
$21 million bond Issue for the j I WE GIVE Quantity Rights
development of Interama. Over I MET T S Reserved

To Classify the years Governors Fuller Warren I ***

I BY Russell Kor LeRoy Collins Farris Bryant : TOP Prices Good
and Haydon Burns all back- I
Thurs.. Fri., Sat.,
, Over 40 years ago, the late ed the project. VALUE SUPER MARKET & Mon.
, Everett Sewell, then mayor of Dr. Irving E. Muskat, a well- I Mar. 11,12,13,15
to-do retired scientist and edu-
Miami, suggested the establish- I ***
cator became chairman of the STAMPS
ment of an Inter-American trade 103 S. Railroad St.
mart In Miami where the nations Inter.American Center Authorityand Telephone 73201
of the Americas could he rallied the support of'

meet and disply their trade and Senators Holland and Smathers
cultural advantages. and Representative Pepper and
Fascell for Interama.
Sewell's ambitious dream has
persisted over the years until to- Early this year the Community -

day it gives promise of becom- Facilities Administration ap- 29SALE
proved a $22 million loan to
ing a reality. Men of vision and
start the design and construction -
courage have never lost faith
of a Federal Building and
and belief In the project and
pavilions for the Latin American -
:'step by step In the face of count-
nations to house their ex
less difficulties and discouragement -
hiblts. The loan had been hang.
Fla. Grade "A"
at long last have set the
ing fire since President Johnson
from which Interama, an
stage
gave It his blessing last fall.
Inter-American cultural and
Presently a bill is pending in
x trade center will become a magnificent FRYERSReady lb. 29
reality. Congress to authorize $11 mil
lion for the design and construe
The City of Miami provided tlon of an exhibit In the Federal
suitable land-a tract of 1,700 Building and $4 million for .
operation
acres, in the heart of Greater I: and maintenance of the ( to Fry Family pkg. 5 lb. bag $1.59)Azalea )

. Miami. Then Dade County authorized building and its exhibit for a
up to $500,000 for plan. period of four years. Brand 12 oz. pkg. (ALL MEAT) (Limit ((2) pkg. Please)
ning and administration and. Progress from now on shouldbe
the State of Florida agreed to: rapid. With participation by <
build the necessary access and' the U.S. Government and the WIENERS I 29Lyke's

Latin American countries assured .
and funds provided for
'CLASSIFIED'ADS construction of pavilions, appeal (PURE PORK) (Limit ((2) pkg. Please)
can now be made to the
Latin American countries and Ib
I| business and industry. BAG SAUSAGE 29Streak

Unlike world's fairs, Interamawill
Listings under this heading are be bag
3 cents a word each insertion. a year round operation
75 cents is the minimum charge combining all the features of '0 LeanWHITE tb Fla. Grade "A"


newly LOVELY decorated COUNTRY, partly SETTING-furnish.:an exposition upgraded and exhibits.--ever with It unique expandingand will features portray BACON 29STEWING HENS lb 29'

ed. For information call 2531080.
I the life In the Americas.
March 11-Itp I Their history progress and development World's Juicy Tender

FOR SALE-Odds and ends of achieved as free nations GROUND BEEF ALL -
furniture. Dresser, chest, bed,I will advance goodwill and -89 MEAT STEW lb 69Her.b.
tables etc.' Phone 4373380. t mutual understanding. Its
theme Is the American Way of
14-foot Runabout, 33 horse- I Life Progress with Freedom. I .,'.
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$225.00.
power motoLand.valler. There will be four Individual '
Phone 439-2016 after 6 p.m. I areas separate yet Interwoven: 51k
.' Feb. 25-tf c
the International Area the Industrial SUGAR 29

FOR RENT-four room j Area the Cultural Area Big
ed house in Flagler furnish-I I I and the Festival Area. They will

Information call 439.219Fla&'.,Include plazas, pavilions, gardens Limit (1) with Purchase of $7.00 or More Food Order
ler Beach. .A..M.*WA. and concourses, sidewalk
cafes colorful fountains and In. ((1)) Bag Please
FOR SALE Ford half ton pick. terestlng shops. Students from
up. Coy Harris, 4373367. After participating nations will act as POTATOESLimit '
6 P.M. call 437-3571 11-5-tf guides In a kind of "Peace CorpsIn : 29

reverse." A 1,000 foot Towerof
WANTED IRONING to do at my
Freedom will be the ..ymboLThe
home reasonable. Pick up de.
project will make an es
livery. Phone ID 7-3GC9. timated 54.000 construction jobs Shurfine (Plain or S. R.) Or Your Choice Pillsbury
10-24-tfSEPTIC
over a three year period. It
51b FLOUR
TANK cleaning; drain should provide $72 million in FLOUR 29
fields Installed; snail shelL Rea. new tax revenue to the Federal
sonable prices. Call George Ja Government and about $10 million Bag 5l.bag45 I
ID 7.3410 8-J.U per year to the state. WhenIn
roz. Limit of Your Choice with of food order
full operation It will create (1)) purchase $5.00 or more

CONSTIPATED? 100,000 new permanent Jobs
To prove PKUN-BVAC eonUlnlniFruaM. Cola (12 Cans) Aut. Flavors
the Topp oz.
1151 A U ooa U throughout state and attract
8mo-o-th...*t. b.ot and tao.t a.tor.1I..tlv. millions of new visitors eachyear. CANNED Items
MOODrS hurry to PHARMACYfor DRINKS 4f 29e

(.n.rou. FREB 8AMPU3 .r The final cost of all the facUlties Limit 8 Please POUND CAKE
O tabled for Tlo. O-/tr 1,....." EA. Zge
In Interama Includingsite
.
o4 *eta y.ar.
... preparation, utilities road American Beauty (303 can)
exhibits and concessions could CREAM CORN Biff 20 oz. Loaves
JOHNSTON'S go as high as $500 million. 2r.r29e BREAD 5 $*00
rLACLZB BEACH BCALTT CO loaves JLEverfrosh
LOTS JlO us. OCEAN FRONT! Del Monte (Chunk Lt.)

WATER ACREAGE FROrfr. FARMS Hunters, check your guns. TUNAc.n 29* Frozen Foods & Dairy
Hunting with a shotgun capableof
fee Office m* for Phone roar real estate HE ,.%needs H2 holding more than three Hunt's (Die 2s Can) Winter GardenSTRAWBERRIES

Residence Phones ID .,..3001i shells Is contrary to regulationsof
PEACH HALVES 29
i or ID 7-3317 the State Game and FreshWater Ea c

...............- -- Fish Commission.
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FOR ALL HOURS-DAY OR NIGHT 4it> (
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Showboat 300 CanPORKBEANScL29e
4 AMBULANCE I Pillsbury CANNEDBISCUITS
PHONE VAlley 4 1625

SERVICE jy. AUGUSTINE. FLORIDA Limit 6 Cans Please 3 cans 29c

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Knot be betltunt about calllaa a Garcia Ambulance. We

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: With Oxygen Resusitator and Inhalator With purchase of With Purchase of With Purchase of
$2.00 worth of houteware 2 cans Lyke's 24 os. Kraft 2 tb Loaf
Garcia Funeral HomeP. items off houseware shelf BEEF STEW Velveeta (@> 99c

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.... BEST MEATS l 'We'te

I RUMPY.KRINKLEY BEPORT METHODIST CHURCH i '". ". ." .., '...,,. ..;. !. ;:: ,

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; BY FBES SIXTH GRADE Church school is at 9:45 A.M. ,
The sixth grade of the Flagler and morning worship at 11 o' FLAGLER BEACH
Beach Elementary School pre. clock with Rey. Reynold Hoover,
sented a program last Friday minister.The 4 PRICES GOOD Thurs., Fri., Sat., Mon. QUANTITY RIGHTS
afternoon. The students gave Methodist Youth MARCfi 1112,13,15, 1965 RESERVED
theft satirical version of the ship meets each Sunday Fellow'j
Huntley-Brinkly Report, with at 6:30. Youths 12 to 21
the same air of dignity difference as the vited. I, J U. S. D. A. CHOICE GRADE
tv program. The only
was their program was 99 & 447 The Community Memorial I .
100 per cent commercials. Church sermon topic' at the
Members of the sixth grade eleven o'clock hour Sunday will STEAK SALERIB
class are: Sandra Abbott, Bruce be "A Satisfied Soul". Rev. R. W.
Arnold, Jack Collins, Sharon DIckert, the pastor, will deliver
Dean, Pat Duncan, Leo Fleurle, the, sermon. Sunday School will OR FULL CUTROUND (FAMILY)
Frederick Fruits, Debra Johnson be at 9:45 A. M.
Kenneth Macewicz, Michele SIRLOIN BONE CHUCKLb.
McCleary, Pamela McDaniel,'
Wesley Miller, Frankie Par. Wi'll transfer ;your;

risk Lee,Strickland Vlckey Perritt, Larry, Linda Whitlock Smith,, ''funds .from (any Icue irtU.S.A. 89 89 99 59

Donna Whitney, Lena Woods, without (harg Lb. Lb. Lb. .
Ilene Beggs, Kenneth Crouch,
Charles Flood, and Bobby Ritter. ,
Their teacher and school principal -. -
Is W. E. Fennel, Jr. ;
U. S. GRADE WESTERN BEEF PALM RIVER

GARDEN CLUBIS f CHUCK SLICED
SPONSORING

MILITARY Club The is Flagler sponsoring WHIST Beach a Military Garden POT ROAST Lb. 49 BACON It 49''

Whist Wednesday night, March TRANSFERout: :
17. It will be held at the new I

municipal building, beginningat MAXWELL HOUSE HENDERSONCOFFEE
7:15. of town
'This is the first card party,
to be held in the new building.
There will be table prizes and funds to SUGAR
many door prizes awarded.
Reservations may be made by I
calling 439.2326 or 4392010. 1 Lb.
Can 59- 5 29''

SENIOR CITIZENS TO .
CONDUCT RED CROSS DRIVE
The Flagler Beach Red Cross Limit 1 with $5.00 or more food order Limit 1 with $5.00 or more food order
Drive, sponsored by the Senior
Citizens Club will end Monday OrmondBeach
evening, March 15.
'" Twelve teams are partldpat 6 Oz. Kraft Sliced Provolone KRAFT 3 Oz. Kraft Parmesan Grated
Ing In the drive. If you are not PW VELVEETA Each
CHEESE 43C CHEESE
contacted and wish to give, 33e
please bring your donation to CHEESE
,
the Flagler Beach Methodist 12 Oz. Kraft Sliced American 10 Oz. Kraft Longhorn
Church, Monday night at '7 o'
FEDERAL SAVINGS CHEESE "r ".
clock. AND lOflN ASSOCIATION 49C lo 79* CHEESE 490

JUNIOR OBSERVE GIRL SCOUT SCOUTS SUNDAY 100 tqit Grana tfo,AVcnuiOrmond 8 Oz. Kraft Phila. Cream Limit 1 with 6 Oz. Shurfresh Amer. Sliced

r _The Flagler Beach Junior Girl BeocK Florida CHEESE 3 ""'.. 'I00 $5.00 or more CHEESE pl" Z5e
Scout Troop 968 celebrated Scout food order
Sunday by attending their Individual .' -
churches. Seven girls s
and one leader, all in full dress ANY FLAVOR 303 SUNLITE
uniform, participated in the 3 Oz.
worship 1st Church.service at the Method. JELLO Pkg. TOMATOES 8 1

i They acted as ushers, took up Limit 6 Please Limit 8 Please
the offering ,and lighted the
JOE CRAIN'S
candles. They also donated the 303 SHURFINE FRUITCOCKTAIL TWIN OAKS POULTRY
altar flowers for the service. For FLORIDA GRADE "A"
They were: Sue Ellen Seale, 3 69P "' "'.
Charlotte Dodlmead,Debra John EGGS 2 89"
son, Joyce and Donna Whitney,
Pamela Sheeler, Sherrle Lindsey 12 OZ. CAN NIBLET
FABULOUS
and Mrs.Kenneth Whitney, lead. For
er. CORN 6 $100 Giant
"r FAR Box 69"
BAPTIST CHURCH
I
Sunday school is at 9:45: A. Limit 6 Please Limit 1 Please
Rev. Max Hall from Haines M'I I 1's.. .ati
FROZEN FOODS
will be guest minister for FRESH PRODUCE -
morning service at 11 o'clock. I LIKE MACK 10 OZ. B. E. LARGE FIRM HEAD
Training Union Is at 6:15: and MAKE A LIST OF THINGS YOU NO GARDEN PU.
evening worship is at 7:30.: PEAS Z 3ge LETTUCE For
f The Southern Baptist are observing LONGER USE OR WANT. THEN TIM Z 33e
r a Week of Prayer from THEN INTO Wi! wITH AN AD II 14 OZ. "4" FISHERMAN NEW GREEN
March 7 to 14. In connection THIS NEWSPAPER.CALL us.. "".
Lb.
r with the week of prayer, theWoman's FISH STICKS 59C CABBAGE
.1'11 HELP YOU WORD YOUR AL > 5C
Missionary Society was 1
I in charge of the Wednesday I 6 OZ. SEALDSWEET YELLOW COOKING
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prayer service last night. W'f Nit D. It T14.,1 ORANGE For
JUICE 5 'I00 ONIONS 3 ASS; 19cvvuwwvwuwwAnAWWwy

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Flagler : S & H GREEN STAMPS
With this coupon and yourpurchase S & H GREEN STAMPS S S & H GREEN STAMPS
It is with deep gratitude that I accept your of One New
decision at the polls by keeping me as one of your acleForm la "409" this coupon and your S With this coupon and your
city officials.. As in the past I will strive to work for Spray Cleaner. Just sprayon your purchase of One your purchase of Three
the best interest of all the people. and wipe away that's Lysol Spray Disinfectant.J (3) Whole or Cutup
all. Fryers
Coupon Expires Coupon Expires };
George Wickline Coupon Expkes
I II Saturday, March 13, 1965 Saturday March 13, 1965With S.turday, March 13, 1965
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Sunday, March 14, 1965

,Brannam-Shields I KAREN WADDELL
HONORED WITH A I
Wedding Plans
BRIDAL SHOWER
ItGREENS1MPSi
Are Told I s
Karen Waddell whose marriage 50 e1MThMVL4_.
Plans for the wedding of. Miss to Cpl. Theodore Panchello
Nancy Carol Brannam to Mr; will be March 10 was honored
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David Scott Shields have been: with a bridal shower Tuesday with coupon & purchase
(8)) 1 lb. Cans FRISKIES
set for April 9 1965. at the Firs! afternoon at the Leonard Moody
Baptlst,Church of Bunnell at 8 Home, Flagler Beach, with Mrs. LIVE LIKE A QUEEN-SAVE Coupon CAT Void FOOD After
o'clock In the evening. Moody and Virginia. King as:
hostesses. MERCHANTS GREEN Sunday, March 14, 1965cwi1
Following the ceremony a reception -
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will be held in the social The brides table was overlaid r
hall of the church. No Invitations with a white cloth and centered
are being mailed but with an arrangement of chrysanthemums 50 M. .rtt 100 IiiJ
all friends of the couple are in and snapdragons.
vited to both the ceremony and This was flanked with lighted
the reception.Miss tapers. with coupon &: purchase with coupon &: purchase with coupon &: purchase<
$3.00 OR MORE ((1) 13 oz. Can Betty
Brannam Is the daughter Seventeen invited guests and (4) LIGHT BULBS DRY GOODS Brand MIXED NUTS
of Mr. and Mrs. L. L. Bran members of the family were Coupon Void After Coupon Void After Coupon Void After

nam of Bunnell. She receivedher present. The gifts were arranged Sunday, March 14, 1965 Sunday, March 14, 1965 Sunday, March 14, 1965
degree at the University of on an Ironing board which
Florida and is now leaching at was a gift of the hostesses. ..
the Re d.Patlllo Elementary
School in New Smyrna Beach. MRS. McDANIEL U. S. D. A. CHOICE BEEF SALE
HOSTESS TOIIDLEWOOD
Mr. Shields is the son of Mr. CLUB
and Mrs. Gordon Shields of Bun I CHUCK ROAST lb 49
nell. He received his degree at Mrs. Bette McDaniel was hostess
the University of Florida in to members of the Idlewood
Gainesville and attended Stanford Club Tuesday evening at her
University Palo Alto, Calif home, North Pine Street, for a Round Bone ROAST lb 59
where he worked on his master's, business and social meeting.

degree. The St. Patrick theme was car

He is now employed with the Tied out in the decorations, re lb
I.B.M. Co. in Cocoa and presently freshments and favors. CHUCK STEAK 59'Lyke.'s
attending a short training During the business session
school in New York. they heard plans from the ways
and means committee for the .

MRS. TUCKER GIVES rummage sale on April 10 at ten Sugar Creek SMOKED, 6-81b Avg. Lean Western CENTER CUT
DINNER PARTY SUNDAY in the morning near City Hall. '
They also made plans to have a PORK
Mrs. A. F. Tucker had as her Pot Luck Supper at the home of PICNICS 29 CHOPS lb. 59
guests Sunday at dinner Mr. and Mr. and Mrs. Jimmy Hargett on

Mrs. Alfred Tucker and family, April 3, at six thirty. Also discussed Old Fashioned HOOPCHEESE Lean: Western BOSTONROAST BUTT
' Mr. and Mrs. Leslie Tucker and andrcompleted plans to
\ family all of Bunnell and Mr. make the necessary: repair* and lb. 49PORK
! and Mrs. Andy Tucker of Cocoa. repainting at the Idlehours Play lb. 39'Each
*
The occasion was celebrating ground.
the birthday anniversary of Les The president Mrs. Peggy
I lie. King presided at the meeting.: FREE PLASTIC DISHPAN
j
I With $5.00 or More Meat Order
CRISCO I
j Mrs. W. W. Deen Sr.. Mrs.
it Rosely Cameron, Mrs. H. T. 7Jtdh Our Value 303 Can
, Cook and Delores Deen were In
TOMATOESMueller's fOe lb.
I Port St. Joe last week to attend 3 S8C
l the Diane Smith Edward Han LEE JAMES DUPONT 2nd ELJJOMACARONI Limit 2 Please ,i
nah wedding. ,Mr. and Mrs. James Leslie Ox. Limit 1 with $5.00 or more food order
, Dupont are the parents of a son 'P : fOe

,I born February 19 In the Halifax Armour Star (ZIP TOP) 5 0,. Can
Bunnell TheatreFRI. Hospital. He was given the VIENNA For' Bush Bavarian 12 Oi. Bottles
6:45 name of Lee James after his pa SAUSAGE S
& SAT. Open 5100BEER E.P--
ternal grandfather. 89c
steels a real smoky Kitten I
George Moody and his daugh. FOLGER'S DAIRY SPECIAL
INN- ter, Mrs. M. B. Fuller were vis
Pillsbury 8 0,. Can
RGRET itlng In Lake City Saturday with COFFEE ii 58*
Mr, and Mrs. I. I. Moody They For
OR YOUR CHOICE BISCUITS 4 29*
JOHH also attended a legislative caucus
,
I held the State Demo
by INSTANT*
FORSYTHE FROZEN FOOD
;; cratlc Committee for the second
'and eighth congressional- district. Limit 1 with $5.00 or more food order Singleton BREADED 10 Ox. Pk(.
Kitten .

"If*Whip I Mrs Murtlcc Moody andLaughter FRESH PRODUCE SHRIMP Each 59e

Nlta. plan 'to visit In
YMIVIR.AL .Ievwt I 10 lb. Bag
A U. S. No. 1
Orlando next: week with her
ALSO I daughter, Miss lona Moody. POTATOES Each 59* TIDE

Mrs. A. F. Tucker Is spending Yellow CookingONIONS
several" days this week In Cocoa lb..
::5 fOe Giant
"visiting with her family. rise: 7CfC "

6 Oz. Cello Pile.
"" JIiMB+t CIGARETTE TAX Each Limit 1 with $5.00 or more food order

INCOME FOR CITIES RADISHES 5* ;

SUN. & MON. Open 6:45
I'I'n Morris director of the
.tsrstttsssettt+etw:
ttetettutr State Beverage Dept. reports
: cernxueut I I ropuutrtXFORUAIIttSI : I that municipalities In Flagler
: I PIUS I I County will receive the follow.!

SWlUY r MEI .1rS A ling cigarette amounts tax In from January collection: of,' FOOD RODGERS
lll
-MAD
Sunned $3,400.98. STORE
; Beverly Beach 1115.52. Ilr
ii MAD MAD, Flagler Beach $1,093.02. I
r twr.!<< M0 \ Marineland 3257.

:r WORLD : I Painters Hill $1623. :I Phone 437-3227

Florida's mean annual temperature i OPEN SUNDAYS U.s. No 1 DUNNELL
T N IE A T Rtittt.atIIIItaIttttttttet IE I ranges from GBJ to 8:00 a.nu-ItOO p.m.
w 713 degrees. : Quantity Rights Reserved PRICES GOOD MARCH 11, 12, 13, 14, 1965L I IA



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concerned. ysis and Instrumentation.As iv: run CIKCUIT counT OF Glass bottom boats at Silver
Disease I PLAfilKK COUNTY KL.O1UDAI '
Turkey I A high salt diet will also In. Dr. Simpson puts it, "We MAZIE2: CIIAJVCFIIY PELOTK NO. 5018 / Springs travel a combined totalof

crease the death rate of the hope the research can be carried Plaintiff a million miles a year yet

,Experiments MayBe birds, without causing increasesof I' Into other species. We chose the ROBERT vs. never get farther than a mile

blood pressure.Dr. turkey because of two reasons' PELOTCDefendant and a half from their home port.IN .
of to Man NOTICE TO 1)KKK\U:
Help
Simpson says that one of I to be of benefit to the men who THIJ Tr.EYJTLOmDA.; TQ: TilE CIRCUIT COURT OPKLAC.L.KH

S, f ( In the future both men and the reasons they are able to '' produces turkeys and relation to ROBERT whose residence and CHANCERY COUNTY.] KL.OIIIOAiv soia

turkeys will be able to enjoy a conduct research of this caliber other species." We feel we have are post unknown.You office address. CAROL L. REGIEC,
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$ I longer life because of a groupof I! and focus world wide attention the Ideal animal to conduct this are hereby notified that s. Plaintiff
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Agricultural Experiment Sta. I both in agriculture and human type of research, because anytime the suit'above haa been entitled filed cause against: and you you In'I LEON ALEX'REaiEC,

their relations is through the equip. you can produce a 50 mortality I I are hereby required to file your answer Defendant
tion turkeys giving up with the Clerk of this Court, NOTICE TO DRKRNU
lives today. I ment and technicians utilized. rate you really have and to serve a copy thereof uponthe THE STATE OF FLORIDA TO:
I I work with he plaintiff or plaintiff! attorney, LEON ALEX REOIEC.
: Many turkeys under natural something to whose name and address is: whole residence and
I The experiments are aided by concluded. FRANK O. HOWATT post offlce address are unknown
environment from 7 to 21 weeks 2400 Ponce de Leon Blvd.St. You are hereby notified that a
a study through a new $44,000
blood vessel Augustine Florida, suit ha been filed against you In
suffer fatal
old a I I
I electron microscope light microscopes Subscribe to The Eaglet Tribune not later than April 6th. A. D. 19(5. the above entitled cause; and you

f.t disease which leads to aortic ,' and serum studies Involving I I $150 A Year In Advance It you fall to do .o. decree pro are hereby with the required Clerk to of this our Court answer
confeaso will be entered against
and death. The reason '
rupture minerals and fats of the I you for thee relief demanded in the and to serve a copy thereof upon
is ,nature is unknown but tests I I bill of complaint. The nature of the plaintiff or plaintiff attorney,
body. whose name and address U:
I
said suit being for divorce.
show that sometimes a fatty ma HASTINGS MATTRESS WITNESS my hand an seal of RAY SELDEN

r, terlal builds up In the wall of "Anything we find In vascular & UPHOLSTRY WORKS A said Court this 2nd day of March Daytona Selden Building Beach, Floridanot

i the aortic, the main artery conveying disease in the turkey will be of ( lJcIN6al) E. A.8MTTIIE later than March 29, A. D. 1965.
710-12 Lemon St. If you fall to do .0, decree
pro-
Clerk of said Circuit CoUrt
blood from the left ventricle benefit to mankind, Dr. Simpson By Julia R. Harvey confesso will be entered againstyou

rti of the heart to all thef said. I Palatka Florida Deputy Clerk for the relief demanded In the
Phone EA 5-9166 March 4.11.1I.25-4tc bill of complaint. The nature of
body and causes a weakening --- aid suit being; for divorce.
In for other I Furnltu"*. Upholstering WITNESS hand and veal of
searching ways iv: THR cmnriT COURT OF my
of the blood vessel wall Repcdrea & ReflnlihedMattresses l.I.AGI.Iit'OWITY.. FLORIDA aid Court this 23rd day of February -
f t/I to produce aortic rupture in I A. D. 19(9.
IN fllAVCRnr NO. 5002
Box
& Springs
When the fatty substance i I I turkeys through diet, lab procedures JOANNE REID (Official Seal) E. A. SMYTHE.
I Made u Order, Also Renovated Plaintiff, Clerk of said Circuit Court
[ builds up in the wall of the |I Ir t I such as taking blood Call Laura Morris 437.3233 JOSIR By Julia R. Harvey, Clerk

aorta or other blood vessels the 'pressure are 'conventIonal except After 6:00 P. M. DAVID H RAND Defendant.NOTIPR Feb. 25 & March lIV -Deputy-.

r common medical definition for that an automatic recording de. PRICES REASONABLE. TO IKFK\I>
DAVID JOSEPH TUB CIRCUIT COURT OF
: this condition Is atherosclerosis. vice is used which gives a I BUDGET PLAN IF NEEDED. 91 11th Avenue REID FLARLKR COUNTY FLORIDA

Many other animals, man as permanent record. The techniquein j Just as near as your You Newark are hereby 7. New notified Jersey that 'a LOIS IV CHANCERY YOUQ. NO. 000

'\ well suffer a similar disease for determining cholesterol in' Phone or Post Office suit has been filed against you In Plaintiff.
I' Drop Us A Card or Call the above entitled cause and "s.
; you
t which a curue is being sought. blood of turkeys Is the same as I Free Pick-up & Delivery are hereby required ktoorlthr.o'gO answer JOHN J. TOGO.
In chemical anal. with the Defendant.
, man through ,
j NOTICE TO DRKRV11
Dr. C. F. Simpson pathologist and to serve a copy thereof upon
the plaintiff or plaintiff THE STATE OF FLORIDA TO:
with the of attorney.
, department JOHN J. YOGa
whole and
I ILl name address Is:
i nary sclnce who is in veterl'l HAY Selden SELDEN Building Newark 712 Broadway New Jersey

the research explains Daytona Beach Florida 1 You are hereby notified that a
, I not later than 5th. suit has been filed against you U
ject is to find out the various April A. D. 19(5.If
the above entitled cause; and you
u'd you fall to do SO, decree proconfesso
M this aortic will be entered against are hereby required t<5 file your answer
we produce
ways can
you for the relief demanded in the with the Clerk of this Court
....., I
rupture In the turkey., Then we Hi ( bill of complaint. The nature of and to serve a copy thereof uponthe
f jOWL aid suit being for djvorce. plaintiff or plaintiff s attorney,
i can better understand why and whose name and address is:
WITNESS my hand and seal of
how these reptures are produced I doctor. nM Court this 2nd day of MarchA. SAMUEL V. HOLCH
.. 110 N. Third Street
.. T). 11811.Olflclal .
under natural conditions.. I ( Seal) E. A. RMTTHH Palatka. Floridanot
later than March 12, A. D. 19<5.
So far Dr. Simpson has ,discovered Clerk of said Circuit, Court I
It
fainq By Julia R. Harvey you fall to do so. decree pro
] lJOU/I
that an extract of the Deputy Clerk : confesso will be entered against
March 4-1MI-25--4tc you for the relief demanded In the
sweet pea plant and estrogen ,p'reechtptiwt bill of complaint. The nature of
I aid suit being for divorce.
NOTICE nf
INTENTION: TO AP-
(Diethylstilbestrol) causes a
WITNESS hand and seal
my of
w.- PLY FOIl ENACTMENT: OK !PR. I
mortality rate up to 50 per cent 0 CIAL lt OI IATlo" CONCRHVINOKI.Am.KR aid Court this 9th day of February -
A. D IMS.Official .
COUNTY
by aortic ruptuure on the young COITNTY. : ( Seal) E. A. SMYTHE
6ttq"W Clerk of said Circuit Court
NOTICE Is hereby given that
birds.
the undersigned will apply to the : By Julia R. HarveyDeputy
Florida Legislature at Its IKS Clerk
"A mineral deficiency such as ) regular session for passage of a I Feb. 11-11.25 A. Mar 4-4to

certain special legislation whichpeclsl
copper can also cause changes legislation shall have as IV THK COURT OK TUB COUNTY

in the wall of the blood vessels" Its purpose the following: I JUIMiR.Ff.omnA. KI.Ani.RH IN rilOUATE.COUNTY
To authorlie the county school I
l he added. This has Important 437.332 BUNNELL board to arrange for the erectionof In JOSEPH re Estate CHARLES of WALKER.
a gymnasium on a day labor
implications as far diet is .
as
basis in of the
, excess provision To All 'Creditor and Person
' of Section 2SS.It. Florida Statute, I Having Claim. or Demand Against
'
.
,!. .: e r pro BOARD OF (PUBLIC INSTRUCTION Said Estate:
You and each of
\' .,' FLAQLER COUNTY. you are herebynotified
and required to
any
FLORIDA claim and demand rre..nt,
\lI or
By HAROLD EMERY,
.. Chairman either of you, may have against
r the estate of Joseph Charles Walker *

,: \N'.OI ': : > ; '; ATTEST March COY 4-:O.HoIV HARRIS, Secretary to, the deceased County late Judge of said of County.Flagler

: County. Florida, at his office In
-; ... the court house of said County at
,. ,.tiill' t1 ', : I .. I TIIF1 riHfTIT rOI'UT. EVRTtl Bunnell. Florida within
J. .. H r t I JIOKIAI. rilUllT. IV six calen
.
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.1) dar month from the time of the
ANn FOIL KI.Am.KU
.j, : flll'MTV rat publication of this notice.
) KI.OIUOA. IV CIIA.VCKHY NO.
; : MM Two copies of each claim or demand -
; ; WILLIE a HARRISON shall be In writing, and shall
.\ ',d'i'J.' .( ;\.or: J. \ Plaintiff state the place of residence and
'. : I ...t .,'i\.f -t"; ': ',; '''. .y.- post office address of the claimant
.. .;. RICHARD M ANDRRSOV. and and shall be worn to by the
1 claimant his agent, or hi* attorney
:
CAROLYN
M. his
'I ANDKKSO.V.
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1 I wife. and accompanied by a filing fee of
1/' .t 1 .;:(" "-: Dt>t.ndantl.NOTU' one dollar and such claim or de*
K ct.I'I'I".J'ATIO OV mend not so filed shall be void.
\ RILL UK COMM.AIVT TO ....onF.C'I,0"1 Daisy Reddlck WalkerAs
.
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: .\"t.l. f MOItTOAHHIN Administrator of the Estateof
,, \ ,,' 110 Charles
Joseph Walker
..: I ... THE NAME OF TUB STATE ..
".if'.J't./. OK FLORIDA dece... ..
\ .
I. ," '-iI\ TORICHARD M ANDERSONand First publication February 11. IMS

\11.i:4.: #. \, : 'I., Diazinoncontrols ,, i.. \ CAROLYN M. ANDUKSON. his Feb. 11-H-2S .A Mar 4-4to
p. 1 ,' 'C'I".Jt\\ ,..; wife whose residence I I. c/o WillisHnyder.
jo iv THE
W" cinrrrr cnrnr Oil'FI.A0I.ER
I 102 12th Avenue Sllvls,
.
corvTY,
: ,: Illinois.You hereby cited notlAedadmonished iv FLORIDA ooe*
Florida are
:1- most McMt'LLENV
FRANK
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and
: ".rt:.' ordered, requtr.dto
Plaintiff.
,
\ flle your answer to the bill of
'il j ( ; complaint Sled against you YI.
insects. In the above- nr.rJn In the ANTOINETTE McMUIXEN.Norirn .
vegetable
r : Office of the Clerk of the Circuit V.t.ndant.
; ,
: ,, ; \ c ourt. In and for Flagler County TO DKKKVU
: ) FlorlJa. his the Court THE STATE OF n..<<)HlOA. TO:
house natD nITcerirl on or ANTOINETTE McMULLENwhoae

\! j. !' ; : ':i' ( before the Ith day of April. A. p.IMS. residence; and
.; and post office address
.. and to serve a copy of such
.' .. ...,y. answer upon David U Black of are unknown
,. .. .. "" I .. ? v ta .,_ Nt 1r'W !:.\: lilack.. Cobb. Cole and Crotty. atetorneys You ha been again that a
suit filed t you In
\ for the Plaintiff herein,
,'. ... ,' p'-i.... ."'_..".......". ;J whose adres I* tot North Grand-<< he above entitled cause: and you
.
,. ", view Avenue, Daytona arc hereby required to our an.
f- I beach Klorda. -
this
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;)
with
+ saver the Clerk of
on or before said date, a* required Court
\ by the Law of Flolda and and to serve a copy thereof upon'
the USf Florida Rule of Civil the plaintiff or .rlalntttra attorney,
whose
Procedure. It you fall to do *o, name an I*:
a decree pro confesso will be entered RAY 8ELDKNHelden :
p- against you for the relief Building
J Is the You Diazinon demanded In the Daytona Reach Florida
Dlazlnon Insecticide only can use through. I complaint, saidcause not later than March- 12. A. D. 19CS

'i-- product you need to control most out the seasons. And close to harvest suit to being foreclose In a the mortgage nature given of a confess If you fall to do *o. decree pro
will be
of the major Insects of Florida without residue problems. Official In the Record Plaintiff Rook and f recorded, page 356 In you bill top the relief demanded entered against In the

; Here's the kind of So take advantage of the benefits hereof: of the Public Record* of of complaint The nature of
I vegetable crops. F'lagier l County Florida, upon the WITNEttbeing for divorce

'r "moneylnthebank"programthatDiazinon of superior vegetable foliar Insect following' described property, lyingand said Court this IItb hand of
being In Flacler day ot 'eb-
County, to-
control with Diazinon. Order may A. D. 1918.U ,
't can provide: wit:;
? ( vial Seal
Lot Three (3), Block Seventy ) Eo A. .UrTTlIE
*
i45 Diazinon simplifies your spray dependable Diazinon SOW wet. five OS) In Venice park Sub. Dy Clerk Julia et said Circuit Court
1t.
"1L program. It reduces the need to table powder, or Diazinon AGSOO Amended division. Plat according thereof recordedIn to the F.b. lI.n .A March Harvey'!! Clerk

use several different Insecticides. emulsifiable concentrate, from Plat Hook 1 page II, of the .t
\ Public Records of Flatter .
'
'c You spray less when you spray with your local supplier today. Count,. Florida. -
It I* hereby ordered that this Order
: Diazinon. So you save time and Geigy Agricultural Chemicals, and Notice shall M published $br iVIaglrr SrtbunrntVVELI :
one a week for four (4) consecutive
money. Division of Geigy Chemical Corporation week In the Flagler Tribune.

i Ztr": ,.H r You kill insects quickly with Ardsley, New York. S hlagler newspaper County published, Florida In and Bunnell.hav- FLORIDA

'if Diazinon.And the"staying power" Ins CViuntr.a general Florida.circulation In Flager Hits. K D. FULLER. Editor

.-/ .I'I of Diazinon provides outstanding WIT.Nr.Si* my hand a* Clerk of
the said Circuit Court la D l ..
' I Ftagler + t*! newspaper for all
, ,". control of problem Insects like County Florida, and the seal of Legal AdvertUlo
OIATOtt Of OtMCMl/Oa UOOON AUM.UIIUMGeigy aid Court at Bunnell. Flagler
.}' '. aphids, Southern armyworms and County. Florida, the 2Jrd day
Diazinon of February. A r.n IMS.
Entered at second
leaf miners for time. ela.1
; a long matter
B"
Seal) K. ) : r.bnaat'J' .. UII.
: I of the Circuit Court inland at Dunnell. at tb. poetefttce -
: .
for Flails County Florida 8176ortda uDder
,.p Aft of Jfarels ..
,.", .:J ",r.*>,' 1ITtt niacK.) conn David t U Black"v* "

Attorney for Plaintiff I
'. o.e ".r
., ., ......k I, 51 Daytona North Beach Orandvlew Florida.Avenue eta s..etke0411 81M

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7'T I The ant may be Industrious' Glass bottom boats at Silver
-tF'1 but it Is not very brainy. Its Springs are under the super
I II nervous system has only about vision and regulations of the
250 nerve cells, compared to ten U. S. Coast Guard.PETERSON .
billion for a human being.
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DRIVER'S LICENSE
DURING YOUR 4, Light Mechanical Work
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J i. 7 Flagler Beach who turned out to


."" : vote in the recent election especi-
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ltgiom Fr*'dom...corrrcrstone of OUT national -
:. ttKHgth ally those who supported mein my I

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Flagler Truck & Tractor Co.
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POWER COMPANY WINS tall Merchants Construction In as its purpose fostering an understanding
ADVERTISING AWARDS I i r dustry, Labor, Insurance, Communications of the spirit and MASSEY.FERGUSON I
Florida Power &: Light Com I I and Transportation.The philosophy of the Constitutionand Grove Farm Industrial Equipment

pany became the first three II advertisements cited the Bill of Rights and emphas VIRGIL DECKER Phone ID 7-3242
time winner of the Freedoms accomplishments of these indus izing "love of freedom" and the I Owner Bunnell Florida
Foundation's top national citation tries and professions in Florida inalienable rights of man. I ., t ,
on February 22, when the! in helping give this country the I _-- -
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utility was awarded the coveted highest living standard In the \ .' ,
George Washington Honor Med. world, in making America strong
al for its advertising series, I and prosperous, and our futuresecure.
"Helping Keep America Power. I I .

ful.- The advertisements also point. i Add touch of color to bedroom.:
The award-wlnning ads appeared : ed up the strength of America's a your 4

In the form of 'salutes"! power system and cited what .*
to basic Industries and professions i Florida Power &: Light Company I i \
for their contributions to I Is doing in the way of a multi.I I- '
America's strength and welfare I I million dollar expansion pro. l.: ': .Subtract: l.r j} ;); *;;,' j..
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through "Individual initiativeand gram to keep pace with Florida's'sound ,', \, "" .
enterprise." FP&L: ad series I' and expanding economy. '
won' similar honors in 1955 and,I The series was selected for the ; .. / unnng'i! :, KlJ. ,.:.
1962 for 1964 award In the Local "
furthering the cause of top Advertising 1
\ walking
freedom. category by a 30-mem- ; ;

The award was accepted by ber ,awards jury composed of \ ': .
M. B. McDaniel, vice presidentIn state supreme court jurists and : climbing r
charge of advertising for I' executive officers of national vet. ,
FP&L during ceremonies on II I'I erans, patriotic and service club rushing ,,* !
Washington Birthday at the organizations. ,
Freedoms Foundation headquarter The Freedoms Foundation has h!w
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at Valley Forge. f andgetting '
"We are extremely proud of ANEMONES, NEW r .
this recognition of Florida Power .
FLORIDA FLOWERWant up
& IJrht'Company's efforts to .
promote the widest possible to grow a flower that I I ,
public understanding of how the comes In at least a dozen colors at night.
American spirit of free enterpriseIs Is hardy and brings $IZ
making daily contributions to a dozen on the commercial market I I I (What else that costs so little saves you so many steps)
the health, happiness and welfare ? Then try Holland's contribution I I
of every one of us," commented to Florida flower growing
McDonald. -Anemones
"Everything we say In our advertisements Anemones are a good hardy
I
is self.evldent. I plant that will withstand cold
However, too often the contributions and have a good potential commercially .
made by unregulated as a cut flower In
private initiative to our way of. Florida.Dr. .
life are taken for granted. Ata T. S. Sheehan, associate
time when other philosophies' ornamental horticulturist at the
foreign to our concept of the: Agricultural Experiment Stations
American way are being pub.I said, "Anemones are normally .
licly promoted it seemed to us I planted In the winter and
that a restatement of American harvested from January to April .
principles and a reminder of the they have the ability to keep .
spirit that has made America producing flowers for several 1.
great would be one of the most months."
valuable services we could render "Our research here has been
to determine the spacing reQuired t k 4' "

Industries and professions between plants, fertilization
which received salutes In the and determine the production
FPAL advertisements honoredby and keeping' quality he

the National Awards Jury of added.So ,
the Freedoms Foundation are far the ornamental horticulture
Teaching Medicine Press Legal department has been
profession. Architects, Aviation I I I able to cut over 1,500 flowers A
Banking, Engineering Re- from .a 216 square foot bed.
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THANK YOU I ijJ J

For the strong vote of confidence ,

given me In last weeks Flagler Beach ;,.


Commission Race. t,

I promise to serve you faithfully and
Southern Bell ; .
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:March 11, 1965 THE FLAGLER TRIBUNE, BUNNELL.. FLORIDA PAGE ELEVENIt .
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; The SeasonlFor I old New Orleans recipe-a blend- and tops 1 lemon slice- - move- bay leaves.- Serve- ---.iJ

of the old and the new: V4 cup chopped parsley 2 cups cooked rice rice Serves 6. over

Lenten FoodsLent Shrimp Creole 'U cup chopped green pepper Thaw frozen shrimp. Cut large

1 Pound raw peeled and cleaned 4 small cloves garlic finely shrimp In half. Blend four Into Redwood Highway U. S.

Is the time to let your shrimp fresh or frozen chopped fat and brown stirring constant. winds 400 miles In California 101

table sing with seafoods. % cup flour m teaspoons salt Ily. Add water gradually and through groves of trees so tall

During this religious season, 1/3 cup melted fat or oil V4 teaspoon crushed whole cook until thick and smooth, that in some places the brightest .

fresh, frozen and canned sea. 1 cup hot water I I thyme I stirring constantly. Add remain. sun casts only twilight

foods take on a new Importancein l'can (8 ounces) tomato sauce Dash cayenne pepper ing Ingredients except rice. Cover shadows on the road.

menus. Not only do seafoods 44 cup chopped green onions ,,2 whole bay leaves and simmer 20 minutes. ReSign .

appear .in endless shapes and I I --, - Subscriba for The Flagler Tribune

sizes, but they lend themselvesto S153 Year In Advance

countless methods of prepa P- -

ration. Steaks or salads, chowders 1U.tor"TIOV:

or canapes, soups or sandwiches hoar ill of Is hereby) given that th*
l lti / I'ubllc Instruction
of
; boiled, baked, fried or t has Flakier County, Ilunnell Florida,
IT submitted for
flaked; breakfast, brunch, din. : n OW for compliance approval the
..qulrme:
/
Civil
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ner, or lunch seafoods satisfy. I \ I. Slights Act ot IU4. ,

l WHKUKAH. Th e Convreaa of tha
Nutritionists with the Florida ,, I' \ !' ." :, '. : I" United SStHteu of A merlon, enacted
; J \ '''\ < i, ,.", \'rlll'" )' ",,\ ,t'i ,' thy -Vlvlt ItUhU Act of IW1,' and.

Agricultural Extension Service < ::) \i \'i'I.I.' : :: ::, : : : \'\', ;,: :" U'HKUKAM. it la r.dof this board
this : te:
recommend recipe for Festive .. \ l ohi'u rl':
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> .' K ';;';" I, ;, ." '>',..' ,1, ,''t" (1' instruction KUtcjer
Mullet, or Lisa, if you prefer ': ', ;, "'i:"" ',','1 'i. ; '.:, ; ,',; ".., ,\;" .: :':<\ ," 'IorlttlthAt the pub.-
.'15 \''I'l' ) f ;''I';' '0"J"/, .;,.,.' ,..,',, 'J,' :, '" wh thrrathey hbe
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Festive Mullet .:',;Aj" :: ..11't't'r J .t"i"" \JIt! i'j: )\ 11 t ; }.1'lr "'j \\11:1: :,. lltlcnl.to I policies I. etc. b* advlied as
')'III i1 Vki,, aa
to
,'''. } "," ', JI' ; \\Yr. the employing of Instruction.
2 pounds of mullet filletsor < ':V : \r'\: : ; \\: : lj" al. non-Instruction



H cup other frozen French fish dressing fillets, freshor : 'j; ti' ; :';ii;' \r!;{i; 'G"2; fi \ jj"jj"'j" ; ": of of meeting by the THUKUh'OKK.the March lirnment Flairler Hoard assembled A. County.l of).of HK IMS.Tubllo pupils this IT personnel that I Florida HKHOLVKO Instruction i first, day and In


1% crushed cheese crack. :
cups ,, ,,,", -" The Provisions i uf Florida
." ; "" '. ." Statue
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ers ":\ ; '' : and thela'w
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2 tablespoons melted fat or oil "" "' ." '", ,""',:;," ', ".'.' ". "; i : lof th* land and 0the: follow
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... are adopted In
paprika I" .. therewith: compliance
ippCI : WKCTION 1, No
nrson shall, on
Thaw frozen fillets. Skin 111 :roenaf'O of race, color or na
origin b* excluded
lets and cut Into serving.size participation I I In. IM front the
benefit of. or b* J.tr.I.t'o: dlsrrlmlnntlonunder
portions. Dip fish in dressing -

and roll in cracker crumbs. Ho the KUcler County board; of It'Pu of-
Instruction.prsonnell .
Place on a well greased cooky will lout All Instruction

sheet, 15 x 12 Inches. Drizzle RED balls ; their education employed, their on pro the

over fish. Sprinkle with paprika. fesslnnal used for determlnlnK Nbllltr, and teacher various tests

Bake in an extremely hot oven, ration such. "NTH"t the board quallfl de.

500 degrees for 10 to 12 minutesor sires struct to lonn make I personnel available at the all best school! In.,

until fish flakes easily when KNOT-ION: III. Thrt hoard "hull
establish bus route
to
provide
tested with fork. Serves 6. tranaporatlon to the
live schools for such pupils .ri
Another all-time favorite Is are ellKlbl under ttie law and the
policy of
the board relating. to
Shrimp Creole, Here Is a famous trans orlatlon. No pupil ..h.1rll.*
'Ail any bus other than Ih! Cine serv
r CI- InK the school to which he U ...
sluneil under these
rule
and
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.ar.
XOTICH OK lTK\TIOy TO A I' that ions.
I'MT YOU K\A TMK\T OK fel'n- '
'tAL I.Mfl LAT10N CONCEIININGI apply forNa.lmi.sl: for student th* next my
+ AiLKH COUNTY. ---'p school ,
Nolle !. hereby liven that the ( school: r.his beflnnlnf choke In Mi.the to any
county
underpinned ly to the Florida
ay.tem'and such
: un.tPft' aiipllcatlnn shall
IHS regular
b* considered
Ion for certain ( Wlll1uu\\ regard to
paaaag chf pedal race, color or origin, and
legislation, special legls- no form of threat shall b
latlon ol\\ have for It. purposethe to Influence the dedslon of* *used any .
C. .twl.-nt. his' |"i.renl tlr guardian,
To amend Section 1. 1 and I MKCTION Any who,
of Chapter 11-90. Law of Flor- upon his, wnV'c'h >'..,,11 pupil desire In
Ida.To transfer during ...folll year, M
eliminate the necessity of a sthool other than that to which
money being distributed to the mu- he has be.n assla-ned' must rnah
nlclpalltle and allow the CountyCommlcsloners Ppllrallon In writing' It; the Hoard
to pay directly forth uf I'uullc Instruction setting forth
authorized purpose*: rood and aulllrlenl' reasons fur such.
HOAItn OK COUNTY COMMI88IONKUS. request. Approval nr disapproval
FLAOLKU COUNTY. 'of such transfers shall be mad
riXltIDA. without regard In race, color or
DY UeorK E. Wlcktlne. nation nrltfln of the, applicant
Chairman. HKCTION: V I. Th. AU"* ,..tr I"-
ATTEST: E. A. flmythe, Clerk lions on the admlHalon/ nf Iran-
March 4-Itcm fer I\\ teachIng -
O'i : anal wii.t'' facili
TIIK cinriiT ('(WilT OKKLAU1.HH ties nf the srhooli. and such r..trirtinne .-
('O"' TY. KInitlUAiv shall operate without p.gird .-
ciiAivrKiiir NO. Ills: to race, ....111' c.r natlonnlorigin.
LOUIS F. JOHNSONPlaintiff In determining the capacity
Itt school the pupil load and Has
site requirements uf the Arft.'''.
AUAMINTHA''M. JOHNSON tation Standards" for Florida
Defendant Schools. and where applicable\ the
NOTicn TO IIKKKMI .' Southern Assoelallun of Colled**
TUB BTATK OK KIXWIDA. TO: and rU hoola, shall ti* applied.
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AIIAMINTIIA M. JOHNSON HKCTION VII I During th* monthof
20 Paladin Avenue I April, IMi, ant In each stio-
Apartment IK reeding A : thereafter, each pupil
have
New York. N. Y, shall. the opportunity toe
You are hereby notified that a r .ercl. the option of freedom of
cult ha. been tied against you In rholc for enrollment for the fol
the above entitled cau.: and you lowing: ;: school year, A request for
are hereby u :Cktc.rlllr.o: : an admission I shall be mad by: tb*
wer with the a parent or guardian on form provided .
and to sorv a copy thereof upon for Ihl* purpose and shall
the plaintiff or plaintiff attorney, bet submitted lo a school principal
Whoa name and addres. la: or Ih* County Hup-rlnleiwlent. on
SAMtrEI. V. 1101X11 any regular school day. during the
110 X. Third Street month of April of each year. ,
I'alatka. Floridanot A. All pupil aaalcnmenl for
later than April ith. A. D. IKS. following year will b* completed
If you fall to do .o, decree proronfesao during the first full week of May,
will b* entered against IL New hCtfr".IJIIQ will hav free.
you for the relief demanded the dom til to Initial as*
bill of complaint. TIle nature of slgnmentaI4KITIO.V.
aid cult being for divorce. : "'II. Should freedom
WITNESS my. hand and lest ofraid of cholc not b* trrlsd a. Provided
Court thl. 2nd day of March In Section VII shows It shall
M the duty of this IU.ard oi Tub-
t Official Vkil l>)> flMTTHK lie (nilriictlon to make asslinmenl
of.bald
Clerk Circuit Court of the student without regard to
By Julia, IU Marrey. raee. color or national, origin.KrjCTION .
Deputy Clerk IX Well In advance
March C.It.II.U-Ue of Ih* April registration the fUg-
I., County Hoard of Public lnslrurllon -
I* TUB MMel'lT ('01 HTR / .F:". shall glee ample notice
:'ITII Jl UK-MI. ('.RI IT. IJ of free gasoline ? to pupils parent. ai. Al! KOH YLAOI.FI'OtNTY.. public Dt Ih* prwvUlon of Ihl*
KLOIUIlt. ('".K' "0. leU. plan, this would ,"',..... presonl,
VITA -IIOI'E new "u"ICs. and general public,
EVEJty''M'i'1.IIIUft. and shall brep.ubll.ew..1 each year
.". prior t aselarnmenl.MIHTION .
DALUS EDWARD EVKRETT.I ., X. In the event the
oot."ct..L student .1I.nl...... or request for
rTKK: TO API"YAK Could be, but we admit frankly-even proudly-there'* a catch to it. attendshould violate. annl
> the provision* nf n VI, ...
TJil: 1TEDwACttLI: : EYEgETTeo Red Ball Service-exclusive with Atlantic-b BO good that if your Atlantic a* lo endanger In*dud of Ih.
Mr. C. lit. No. 4..North Do. 251.Salisbury. Carolina. Red Ball dealer ever forget to clean your windshield, weather permitting, *tendawee.n.* the area right In t accordance<* establish. with*!.

for You divorce are hereby baa. notified been filed that against a salt or offer to check your oil, your gasoline purchase la free! dletane Ih* norld and Hialuts along area. l"line'. a.that t.,

and you you In the arc above hereby entitled. required eaus to. So the Red Ball Service sign could mean free gasoline, but the catch we'reco that will not will fore raue attendant.undue at walking echo*!*

cove upon Plaintiff AUo.....,. Urn, and/or busravel, and which>
who** Mm and address appear proud of is that your Atlantic Red Ball dealer ntvtr forgets. will utllli **' o.l plants to afall-
hereon. your written .. .f."... Ifany able f.enlty and teacher lod.
to the Bill of complaint insad Well I hardly ever. $K'TION "f' .'.'11..**.l I'fllt'.* *f
pull on or before the tth Ilil pUn I be made available
day of April. IMS, .IM decre* pro for and ""-? hde.ation In Ih* U*.
entered against IMrtment of *f the Slate
eonl.* will b*
.f rt' rM4. and to the |....4rtin.iU
you.WITNESS My Hand and se al of .f ......". Education and Welfare
aid Court this Sib day of March of the fulled ........
A. D. 1045.tOmclalCrli. rrf'MH In open mll*. ibis Bret
A. KMTT1IR coy .' perch.veer
of Ea. Coe rtBy YLAsif.rliIvgtroTY' no.uI"
Julia It. OK I'tHI.M' IN.rrltt'r TIox
IfDepeu y Clerk Harold Emery, Chairman
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W .. Wadiworth "' "" .cr.J '
P. U Uo* 14Bannell. so iW <>. lUrrl. I'.. Jupr
Florida iet.n'l.n1 and secretary
Attorney fr Plaintiff The Atlantic RtfWng Company, 1974 TaleyramJ Avenue, Jecfctonvfle. florid 32204 to the |io"r March
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PAGE TWELVE THE FLAGLER TRIBUNE, BUNNELL. FLORIDA Thursday... March 11.. 1965
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Commencement 1 Ben Taylor Was Hamrick of Jacksonville whichis Many Uses For 'I more than necessary, as the
I to take place Wednesday and marks will show up after the

Set OutThe SpeakerBen Thursday, March 2425. knee is dried. The knee shouldbe
Changes j Rotary President Lenssen also appointed Cypress. KneesFor barked within a few days

a nominating commit. many years cypress Knee after collection, as the bark will
annual commencement I Taylor, hunting and fish. 1 tee to submit nominations for have been popular for making loosen easier than when the
at the University of ing sportscaster for tv station the 1965.66 which
ceremonies Rotary
year lamps, furniture, door stops and knee is allowed to dry out with
Florida have been changed from WESH-TV was guest speaker at began July 1. The nominating dozens of useful and decorative the bark on.
April 25 to Monday, April 26, the luncheon meeting o_ f the committee is to report on March items.
Dean of Student Affairs Lester Rotary Club Thursday.Mr. 10. Dean Holland 'was appointed Cypress knees develop from After the bark is removed the

Hale announces. of ,chairman. the shallow knees should be dried. The In.
I Taylor spoke briefly roots that spreadout
I Dean Hale also said bacca his work as a sportscaster and from the base of the bald ner wood of a ,freshly peeledis
light colored. When
: laureate services, which weren't commended the members of the Senior Citizens To cypress tree. Usually they are allowed
to dry in the however It
scheduled last will be held club and the citizens of Flagler more plentiful around trees!i I sunk ,
year ,
r turns rich
a golden brown color
on Oprll 25."Actually county for their fine huntingand Meet In New PlaceThe growing in wet locations. Re.i i: Different knees turn various-
i fishing opportunities. After i moving the knee does not affect I i
I this change Is Just his brief remarks he Introducedand Flagler Senior Citizens the growth rate of the tree. I shades when dried. The lengthof
\ reverting back to a longstanding screened 'a film on gun Club will hold its next meet. Cypress knees may be collected time in the sun tffects the

\ commencement weekend safety and markmanship The Ing uesday evening, March 16, fairly easily except that the color also.

format In 'which you have bac presence of Ben Talor and his in the Community Hall at the collector gets wet and muddy Knees should be well ventilated .

calaureate on Sunady and grad. program was greatly appreciatedby Flagler Beach Municipal Build says Tony Jensen, assistant for. at all times when dryingto
t uation Monday morning, Hale club members.The ing, according to Rev. Reynold ester, Florida Agricultural Ex. prevent blue-mold fungus

said. Rotary Club was happyto Hoover who made the announce tension Service. Many lake mar. ,from attacking them. too rapid

it I for welcome the following guests: ment at the March 2 meeting gins, river swamps, stream drying in strong sunlight may
makes possible
"This Dr. C. D.eArmas of the Rotary in the absence of Rev. E. Lester banks and "cypress ponds" have cause knees to crack and split.
those attending to spend only
I, : from home," he Club of Daytona Beach, Nick Stanton, chairman, who was unable cypress trees growing knees of Usually the drying time ranges
night away
one Lenssen and Jessie ,Overby who]I t to attend due to Illness. all shapes and sizes.: A sharpax from two weeks to several
declared. .
(, .were visitors to the club. Members and guests are askedto or tree pruning 'saw is prob. months depending on the size

Since the advent of the trl'l Tom Lenssen, club president, bring a covered dish or dessert ably the best tool for cutting I of the knee and the color want-

i mester system, the annqunced that "Operation and table service for a potluck cpress knees. The base of the ed.After
( has experimented the past two Homecoming" was in high gear. supper which will start at knee should be squared off with drying the knees may
h; years with different commencement This operation Is a service project 6 P.M. a saw before removing the bark be polished with a paste wax
t calendars, neither of which of the club to get fellow Rotarian and drying the knee. or dipped into a thin solution
: were satisfactory, Dean Hale Charles Tonkin home The club's return to the city- Jensen says one way to loosen of wood sealer. This closes the
said. from the hospital. owned facility comes after an the bark from the knee is to pores of the wood, and the knee
Rotarians gathered at the Ton. I absence of five months when I cook the knee in near-boiling does not soil so easily when
The first commencement ceremony
kin home to buld, a ramp up the the old Recreation Center was water from one to two hours, handled.
under
for those graduating
held back stairs so that a wheel chair torn down to make way for the depending on the season of the Most knees look best with this
the new system was
could go in and out of the house new municipal building. During year and shape of the knee. natural finish, but if a high
several weeks after the previous
unsatisfactory handily. Members of the club construction the club met at the Usually knees cut in the spring shine is desired,. the knee can
trimester and was
: finIshed provided ambulance service to Woman's Club building in Flag. peel easier than those cut at be painted with shellac or lac.
to those who had Just
their work.Baccalaureate bring him home. Other minor ler Beach. other times. Uniform smoothknees' quer, Jensen says.
was eliminatedin services were performed to pre- The club welcomed as a new are easier to debark than By experimenting with several

1964 and the single commencement pare the home for Mr. Tonkin's member Mrs. Gladys Bergengrenof twisted,* gnarled specimens. Along knees, you will soon become
service was held. arrival after a two months stay Montpelier, Vermont, who is slender tool, such as a familiar with the details of
"But this condensed schedule in the hospital. a winter resident in Flagler blunt ice pick helps remove peeling and finishing.. You may
President Lenssen remindedthe Beach. Mrs. Bergengren's son, bark and trash from cracks and also discover variations of the
made it impossible to hold other
I membership of the coming I Roy Bergengren, is president of crevices in the knee. Be sure procedure that will work as wellas
events accompanying gradua .
commission. visit of District Governor Bill' Daytona Beach Junior!. College. not to scrape the Inner wood the above suggestion.
tion, such as ROTC
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dent's reception," he said.
Dean Hale noted that those T ,

scheduled for graduation soon success'hasn't to its ," -
gone price .,' v ) )f.it .. ,
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brochure of In. ...,
would receive a ,,'It'f 1f.ti\i. .
structions explaining baccalaureate "
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'.:' THE BOOKNOOKLAST : e combination .

OF THE MOHICANS ;
; (James Flnlmore Cooper)
During the siege of Fort William '
Henry on Lake George by ;
; of and
; the daughters French of and its Iroquois commander, two, luxury economy '

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Colonel Monro, set out from
neighboring Fort Edward,to Join
their father. r: \\f L
,
They are accompanied by Ma. -, you can "-

-: jor Duncan Heyward, and the f\ ",I I _
singing master David Gamut, '
and guided by a renegade Hu :. "
ron. The Latter leads them astray ; .
'with a view to betraying f/4;

them Into the hands of a wandering /i ; t,.': .

party of Iroquois. J '
/f f.
The somewhat discouraged M
plans are .. "v ,-
however by the scout

, "Natty Bumppo (called "Hawk-
;It eye" in this story), and his

comrades, the Mohican Chlnga-

,', chogook, and his son, Uncas,
who rescue the party and bring
f them safely to I the fort. Soon
after Monro surrenders on hon.
orable terms and Is permittedto
march out of the fort with 4

arms and colors. O1T
The stragglers, however, are
I massacred by Indian allies of I

the French, and in the confusion
t the two girls, Cora and Alice CHEVROLET BELAIR 6
taken Monro
Monro are away.

I t" and Heyward set out in search I ft our In-between-priced lull.. e Chevrolet with You can actually buy this fine full-sized car for
'i. of them, aided by Hawkeye, .
luxurious cloth slightly more than intermediate-sized models
Chlngachook and Uncas., Aftera deep-twist carpeting; pattern up- many
series of hairbreadth escapes. holstery trimmed In oft rtoy/; and a Turbo-Thrift of other makes-and even for less than,some of them I

:' Alice is rescued but Cora Is slain Six to make the mod of its Jd.l1nooth ildt. Low In So why settle for a smaller car that can t begin to otter
all of the value and satisfaction
rather than become the wife of cost on fuel-yet this spirited Six gives you
easy
1 you get in this Chevrolet Bel Air
r Le Huron.Renard Uncas Subtil dies, avenging the renegade her. quick pickups and all the smooth dependable power Come look it over. See how much 4s"t

t Lastly, Le Renard Subtil perishes a car needs. Just come try It and see! more you get for what you pay I

;," by falling from a cliff. Drive something really new-discovcr the difference at your Chevrolet dealer't

X' Brenda Library Murray.Assistant, i Chevrolet CheveHe Chevy n Corvair Corvette

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