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Title: The Flagler tribune
Physical Description: Newspaper
Language: English
Publisher: s.n.
s.n.
Place of Publication: Bunnell Fla
Creation Date: April 1, 1965
Publication Date: -1981
Frequency: weekly
regular
 Subjects
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 )
 Notes
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
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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. 13 BUNNELL, FLORIDA, THURSDAY, APRIL 1, 1965 $2.50 A YEAR ':i


Tax Problem I BUZZY MCKNIGHT I New $50,000Cottage i iI SPECIAL MEETING .1 Potato Field Day 9| J
WILL SERVE IN II 1 CALLED AT CITY | ;

When Employer LEGISLATUREJesse I For I HALL TONIGHTCity 'I Held at Hastings -

I (Buzzy) McKnlght is In Clerk Virginia Sullivan of I
Out of Business Tallahassee this week attend I I Boys Ranch Flagler Beach said today there II Last Wednesday :c 3 I

1 ing the training period for the I will be a special meeting at the >
probiem It's from Wall St. slx.&
', A special tax may a long way Vegetable growers from a
Messenger Service during the] City Hall at 7:30 tonight, April
former River but the and
Suwannee
face the taxpayer whose to the county area attended the 17th
Session. He will be I ta discussion of the ,
Legislative 1, for proposed
employer has gone out of busl. : gap was bridged March 28 when I I nual field day at the agrlcultu r.O
assigned to the House of Representatives special acts the City of Flagler
ness. In some cases, such employers I $50,000 residence cottage: was I i ral experiment station's potat r5
fall to' give employeesa service. dedicated at the Florida Sheriff'sBoys Beach has requested In the upcoming Investigations laboratory Ifr *

Form W-2 showing the wages Buzzy, who Is a member of the Ranch. I legislative session. ]Hastings: last Wednesday.Dr. .
She said most of the requests
paid and the tax withheld. of the Bunnell High : '
Class
Senior The Boys Ranch, a home fort are for the purpose of correcting I D. R. Hensel, researcher In
If this Is your situation, Laurie School, will continue his studiesin needy and worthy boys suPPOrt. several items omitted and adds .charge of the laboratory, conducted .
W. Tomlinson, district director the local school by correspondence ed entirely by voluntary contributions : Ing some to the charter. She also the tour of the experimental .
of Internal Revenue, suggests. during' the two Is located near Live Oak .I said several ordinances on traffic farm and showed the
the following. I months.He on the banks of the Suwannee I. regulations were read at the growers moneymaking tips they
was accompanied to Talla and the 2 p. m. dedication rites last meeting for the first time; could: use in* potato and cabbage
First, try to get a Form W-2 hassee Sunday by his parents, honored the late Charles E. The final reading will be at the production.
from the employer. If you do, Mr. and Mrs. J. II. McKnight Jr..I Merrill, a former "country boy" April 8 meeting of the City Com-
not succeed, prepare your In. who returned home Sunday eve from Green Cove Springs, who mission. I Special stress was on top
come: tax return from the best ning. \ Founded Merrill, Lynch, Pierce, II quality vegetables for the con.:
file ,
availableand
Information Fenner and Smith, the world'sIlarit'St turner
It before the deadline. Attacha brokerage firm. Joseph W. Rhodes Growing cabbage and potatoes \
note explaining why the Form Mrs. Miller Dies on plastic. and petroleum mulch
W-2 Is not Included with the re State Treasurer Broward Williams Funeral Service was the highlight of the tour.
turn. I Monday After the featured speaker, will Mulch saves fertilizer, conserves
be Introduced by Winn-Dixie Held Here TuesdayJoseph I moslture and controls weeds, .
When a taxpayer leaves his I Short IllnessMrs. Stores, President A. D. Davis, a Hensel said.Growers .
job during the year, the law requires close friend of Merrill and a W. Rhodes, former business .
that the employer furnish Loretta Elizabeth Miller, trustee of the Boys Ranch. Davis man of Bunnell, died In also visited ploU
a Form W-2 at the time of wife of Postmaster Rufus Miller was responsible for a donation Flagler Hospital In St. Augus where experiments were being
the last payment of wages.. If of Flagler Beach, passed away from the Charles Merrill Foundation tine Saturday afternoon. He wasa conducted: on placement of fertilizer
a person leaves a Job perma Monday afternoon at the Bun which paid a large pore native of Iron, Michigan and on potatoes and cabbage. x
nently for any reason and does nell General Hospital following tion of the cost of the residence had resided here 29 years. Insect and disease control: experiment *
not receive a Form W-2 when an Illness of several weeks dur cottage. : plots were of Interestto
he receives his last payment of ation. Mr. Rhodes was a restaurant many visitors They learned
wages, he should request the t She was a native of Canasto- Representing the Merrill fame owner here for fifteen years, and that a score or more chemicalswere
employer to furnish one. da, N. Y.. and came to Flagler ilk at the rites will be Mr and retired In 1953. He was a member being tested to* control: the
Beach In 1949 from Miami. She Mrs. Robert Magowan, of San of the First Methodist vegetable pests.
Wadsworths Is a member of the Community Francisco, Calif. She Is Mr. Mer Church of Bunnell and was 81 Drs. E N. McCubbin and R.D.
Memorial Church of Flagler rill's daughter and her husband years of age. He had resided In Workman assisted with the field
Beach, Bunnell Chapter No. 93 Is chairman of the board of St. Augustine for the past 15 day. They told the grower that
Entertains Group O. E. S., and Messiah White Safeway Stores, a large supermarket months making his home with out of 25 potato varieties being Ii
Shrine No. 10 of Daytona Beach. chain. his grand daughter Mrs. Marl. tested, the time and tried Sebago

At Oyster Roast She Is survived by her husband A tree barbecuftjprovUkd by Frantz.and her family\ was the top spud for growing ...
.. .? .. Rufus Miller and one sort, the Ranch was servedat In the Hastings area.
friends of Survivors Include a daughter,
Mr. and Mrs. L. E. Wadsworth both of Beach Cabbage varieties recommend
Joseph, Flagler ;
12:30 and the public: of thearea Mrs. Florence Maryc of Bun
entertained a large group of her mother, Mrs. Jennie Compo ed Included Copenhagen and
was invited. nell six grand children and six j
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business associates and other 11, of Canastoda, N. Y. Also sur Marion Market, Greenback and
children.
friends with an oyster roast and viving are four sisters and five The Merrill Cottage with great grand Glory of Enkhulzen. However
buffet supper at their "Princess brothers. facilities for 20 boys and a mar. Funeral services were held the researchers predicted that
Estate" In the northeastern sec. Funeral services will be held tied couple: employed as "staff here at 2:30: Tuesday afternoon hybrid cabbage would soon replace .
tion of the county: last Saturday at 2 o'clock Thursday from the parents"-wl 11 Increase the from the First Methodist Church the standard varieties.
night. Community Memorial Church In Ranch capacity to an all-tlme of Bunnell. Rev Howard Porter, Paul Dlnklns, St Johns County
i Included among the guests Flagler Beach with the Pastor, high of 100 boy and make It pastor of the local Methodist Agent, presided at the field day
representatives of the major Rev. R. W. Dlekert officiating. In. one of the largest childcare In. Church and Rev, J, E. McKinley, which Is conducted annualy by
pulpwood and timber Interests t ferment will follow at Espanola stitutlons In the state. Pastor of the First Methodist the agricultural experiment stations .
In Florida and the southeast. Cemetery. The graveside service Church of St. Augustine, officiated. and the agricultural ex j

Among those were St. Regis Pa. will be conducted: by the Eastern Bunnell Students on tension service
per Co., Rayonler, Hudson Pulp Star and White Shrine. Interment followed at Volusla
,"- and Paper Co., Owen-Illinois Pallbearers will be Roy Davenport DBJC Office Staff I Memorial Cemetery, Nova Road. CAPT. CAMPER

Paper Co. and others.In J. T. Clayton, W. H. Tid- Pallbearers were John Rice, RECEIVES MEDAL :J
addition to the timber and well R, L McNab, J. T. Logan, Student officers elected for the Tom, Holden. Clyde Lewis, Paul 4
pulpwood people, many of those I and Shelton Brooks. : 19C5-CC school year at Daytona Stanish, Otis Hunter, and Herb Army Capt. John S. Camper, ','
present are prominent In civic The body rested at the Craig Beach Junior College Includes ert Allen. Honorary bearers were whose wife, Arlene, lives at
business and political life of Funeral Chapel 1 from Wednesdaynoon Harry Kuleskl and Janice Love. R. A. Powell, Howell/ Peavy, Phil 1907 K N. Division, Davenport, :
Florida. The. event has becomean until ten a. m. Thursday lace of Bunnell. Johnson, George M. Moody, Wll Iowa, received the Army Commendation ,
annual one for the Wads Also at the Church from noon fred Hunter, and E. S. Morris. Medal March 8 while
worths. About 150 persons on- until the funeral hour. Don Spratt was elected president Arrangements were under the serving with the First Cavalry
the Wadsworth's Jeff Dees, vice president, Division In Korea.
Joyed hospital Arrangements are under the direction of Garcia Funeral
ity in the unique and distinctive direction of Craig Funeral Home Martha Cox, recording. secretaryand Home In St Augustine.! Captain Camper received the
"Princess Place," an estate of Bunnell. Tura Schnebly, treasurer award for hU. performance of
that has a long and romatlc his all are Daytonans. DROWN & DROWN duty during his. previous as s

tory. WOMAN'S MISSIONARY Ginger Grayson Is corresponding : DUYS H. T. COOK signment with Headquarter
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Third Brigade of the Fifth In.
UNION WILL secretary and Robert Rouse :
HOLD INSURANCE AGENCY
fantry Division at Fort Carson
SC Club To Is new Judiciary chairman. Theyare 'I
DISTRICT MEET I
Colorado.The .
Beach. Brown Brown Inc., of 118 Vo
also from ,Daytona
The quarterly meeting of the Sophomore representatives elected lusla Avenue, Daytona Beach, 36-year-old officer, son of
Hear OrganistAn Woman' Missionary Union of Include nine from Daytona have purchased the H. T. Cook Mrs. Mildred B. Sar grant. Flag

organ recital by a representative the St. John River Baptist Association Beach. They are Kitty Cos Insurance Agency of Bunnell. It let Beach, I I. presently servingas

of the Hammond Or. will be held at the by, Andy Coetz, Richard Hawrs, was learned today.neprtSt'ntaUvf'S assistant operations and
Southslde Baptist Church Palat- of the Company training officer In Headquarter,
gan Studio of Daytona BeachIs Nancy Hayes, Mark Hupman,
scheduled for member of ka, Thursday April 8 at ten a. George Locke, Bob O'Brien, Paul said today they have been Third Brigade of the First Cavalry
m.. District President Margaret serving Volusla and Flagler Division In Korea lie en
the Flagler Senior Citizen Club Scherer, and Mike Wiley.
when the club meet next Tuesday Clegg said today. Other representatives elected Counties In the Insurance busl tried the Army In July 19-W. \
evening, April 6, In Com Report will be given by AMO- Include Mike McCracken: Or. net for 27 years. Camper was graduated from .
munlty Hall at the Flagler datlonal Director and confer: mond and Judy Pheps, from'I They also said Mrs. Bm Walt. Ronnevrlt Military Academy,
Beach Municipal Building.Preceding ence will be conducted follow. Port Orange. ers, who has been with the Cook Aledo, III, In 1918! and attendedthe
the musical pro Ing a covered' dish luncheon. Agency for the past several University of Maryland, College .

gram will be a potluck supperbeginning Rev. Phil Maxwell who Is with LOCAL GIRLS ARE years, will be with the companyIn : Park.FATHER. ,
at 6 P.M. Member the Annuity Board of the South. I CANDIDATES FOR the future They also said the r 'r'
and guest are asked to bringa em Baptist Convention will be 1 Company will have a direct line OF MRS.
covered dish or dessert and guest speaker. ASSOCIATE DEGREES to the Daytona Beach office for I PERRITT DIES

to supply their own table sere Each society 1* urged to attend There are ninety-eight. sophomores the convenience of their local IN TEXAS
ice. Coffee I* furnished After j I and participate In the workof I listed as candidate for customer and representative of Mn. J D. Perrltt of FlaglerBeach

the organ concert the clubroom their association. A nursery associate degree this spring at the company will be In Flagler I received word Tuesday '; ;
will remain open for those who will be provided for small child. | Daytona Beach Junior College. County all week each week In 'evening of the death of her father ;
wish to play cards or other ren. II i Commencement' exercises are the future. /I J. D. Alexander of Grapevine
game I'scheduled for April 30 on earn The company will deal In all fff Texas. )f,. Alexander wa 00
Alcohol and gun powder don't ,''pus.I I I type of tire casualty, life ho*. I year of<< age. l
Florida ha* been under five mix. and Intoxicated. person are I I Candidate from Bunnell l! are: I II t'pita and group coverage, M,i 'Irs. Prrrttt left by plan Wednesday ,F
flags-Spanish. English French I I not permitted to hunt on a wild Grace Olivia Stefllk and Kath I t.'well as maintaining' their own, for Grapevine to attend ,..
Confederate and American life management area. Brine Mechele Stefllk claim staff. the funeral Thursday

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i PAGE TWO' THE FLAGLER TRIBUNE, BUNNELL, FLORIDA Thursday, April 1, 1965

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R. J. Wallce. Even youngsters know better, Life manages to exist even In.the

The troop re-registered 22 boys but countless adults break the minute drops of water that

I- LaQler3eaci which is double the number re- law by shooting signs on refuges constitute fog. Diatoms, single-

gistered last year. Beginning and wildlife managementareas. celled organisms, have been

m I I the new year will be Leslie found inside the droplets.

DUENSINGS DONATE FB PTA ELECTS NEW I Waterman, scoutmaster, Hugh j ..
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LAND TO THE CITY I OFFICERS NEXT: TUESDAY Arnold and, Rev. Stanton assist I
ant scoutmasters, and Leonard
At the regular meeting of the I The Flagler Beach Parent- John will be Institutional rep

City Commission last Thursday Teacher Association will meet resentative, 5 Pc. DINNETTE' =' $3950
night, Mr. and Mrs. Clyde Duens- In the school cafetorium next

ing presented Heed conveyingto Tuesday evening at 7:30. The Patrol Leader TrainingAccompanying

the City \ of Flagler Beach nominating committee will present ROCKER : '., $1495
PLATFORM
Beach 400 feet of oceanfrontland I a slate of officers to be Mrs. Bob Whitney I

east of Highway A1A. It elected for the ensuing year. Jr., Girl Scout leader of

is to be used for public streets, I Troop 968, to the Holly Hill Pa-
park and recreational purposes. I Mrs. Leonard Moody will be trol and Leader Assistant Patrol 2 PC. SOFA BED SUITE 55950
in charge of the program which Leader Training last Saturdaywere

This makes a total of 1200 will be folk dancing by some I Charlotte Dodlmead, Sue .

feet of oceanfront property the students: The fourth grade room Ellen Seale, and Donna and BOX SPRING & MATRESS $4950
Duesings have donated to the mothers will be In charge of re l Joyce Whitney. Hostess for the

city. General hula huts have freshments. I training was Junior Girl Scout /

already been constructed along i Troop 845 from Holly Hill v

the oceanfront and more are be- I Mr and Mrs. Ormond Mac. I Jerry's Furniture & ApplianceOLD
M1Uan and children from Ocala I
ing planned for the area northof Boy Scouts Received

the pier. visited Sunday with Mr. and God and Country Award
Mrs. Bob Whitney and family. I DIXIE HIGHWAY 2 MI. S. KORONA

Mr. and'Mrs.. Duensing are Mrs. MacMillan is the daughter Friends" of David Cribbet, I

owners'and developers of Palma of Mr. Whitney. nephew of Lyman Gage, will be

Vista Subdivision in Flagler interested to know that he re-

Beach. Mr. and Mrs. Charles Meekins cently received his God and 1

and family had visiting with Country Award In the Boy Scoutsof 24 IIour'yrecker

them Sunday Mrs. Meekins' America. Service '

CLASSIFIED I mother, Mrs. Sam Walts, from The award, which takes two "

DeLand. years to achieve, was presentedto

David in his church In Macon -
ADS i SCOUT NEWS Illinois. Flagler Truck & Tractor CO.


I TROOP 495 MASSEY FERGUSON
REREGISTERS
Listings under this heading are JUNIOR GIRL SCOUTS -

3 cents a word, each insertion., Boy Scout Troop 495 held a EARNING DANCE BADGES Grove Farm Industrial Equipment
75 cent Is the minimum charge 1
charter review last week for the Junior Girl Scout Troop 968 is VIRGIL DECKER Phone ID 7-3242

FOR SALE-Lindsay fiberglass purpose of reregistering the very appreciative at having Mrs.
seml-automatic water softener, troop. Leonard Moody Instruct them Owner Bunnell, Florida
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$100. One long pink formal withlace The troop, sponsored by thee for the past two meetings on

jacket, size 9, $15; and on Methodist Church's Men's Club, the requirements for earning

short white formal size 9, $5.00 had a full' committee present Dancer Badges.

Call ::439.2036.j 4.1-it p which consisted of: Scoutmaster Mrs. Moody has taught the ONE DAY ONLY

Leonard Johnson, Asst. Scout girls four American and four
FOR SALE 2 bedroom CBS
master Hugh Arnold, Institutional foreign folk dances. The Dancer
house, Forsyth St. Bunnell. Ph.
Representative Rev. E. Lester Badge also requires them to
437.3322 3-25-2tp SAT.APRIL
Stanton, Rev. Reynold Hoover, learn many dance steps, to discover

COX'S ..UPHOLSTERY, Bunnell,I Lyman Gage Ray Lehr, Allen musical works based on .

Fla. Hwy. 11, will pick up and I I Jenkinson, Vernon Raymond, dance rhythms and even Invent

deliver all furniture free. For, Bob Whitney, Lee Bourne and some dance steps.
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sample material and prices on ........ rvmm The history of dancing In the BUNNELL
labor call 4373673. 3.25.4tc United States, the life of a I
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THREE BEDROOM HOUSE"on i Community famous and Instruments dancer, and costumes .PERFORMANCES AT 2:30 AND 8:00 P. M.
used In folk
highway 100 for sale. Lot 200 Memorial Church dancing are also studied. All ADJACENT TO FOOTBALL FIELD

by 110. Julius Powers. Phone 1.ter..ollll..tI..1 of the work Mrs. Moody and VOLUNTEER FIRE DEPARTMENTPRESENTS
4373446. 3-25-3tc
AIR CONDITIONED the girls are doing will'be climaxed

Sewing Machine Service Special Daytona Ave. with the Junior girls

Clean, Oil, 'and adjust. Regular teaching the Brownies three
FLAGLER BEACH
$3.95, Special $1.95. Call 2556733. I singing games.
Atlas Sewing Center 228 Volusla Sunday School 10:00: A.M. Assisting Mrs. Moody are the

Ave., Daytona Beach, Fla. Church Service 11:00: A.M. Junior girls' leaders, Mrs. Bob

3.254tcZIG R. W. DICKERT, P*.torHVBItYONH Whitney and Mrs. Don Kauf

WELCOME man.
ZAG SEWING MACHINE I t
.
Monograms, sews many designs ad BAPTIST CHURCH |
without attachments $34.00 Cashor IN Till ruu'i'iT cnniT. SHV-
KM'II JtUU'IU.: ('II't"IT, IV Sunday school at 9:45: a. m.
6 payments of $7.00 or as low ANI Fun KI.AUt.Kll fOl'NTl.!' and morning
worship Is at 11
KI.OIIIDA. CAHH NO. 6033CUYSTAL. WORLD'SLARGEST
as $2.00 per week. EZ Terms. B. MATTER: o'clock. The congregation will
Call collect Day or Night 255- Plaintiff, welcome ,ti
their new
pastor, Rev.
6733, Daytona Beach. 3.25-4tc WALTER J.VMAYES.efrndant.. Max Hall, next Sunday + ),

FOR RENT-1 bedroom furnish. NOTK'H TO AI'I'KAH Training Union is at 6:15 and J .
THE HTATH OF FLORIDA. TO:
ed cottage house to couple or WALTER J. MA YES evening worship at 7:30.: All
120tl Main Street members (' 1
and
single person., Call 4373304. Itahway. New Jersey friends are urged 4
March 18-U You are hereby notified that a to attend this Sunday to greetthe ,r
suit for divorce has been tied
I against you In the above entitled new pastor and,, his wife. 1p
14-foot Runabout, 35 horsepower cause and you are hereby requiredto
t I I nerve upon Plaintiff Attorney,
motor and trailer, $225.00. whose name and address appear METHODIST CHURCH Si

t I Phone 439-2016, after 6 p. m. any hereon to the your Dill written of Complaint defence. In If Church school is at 9:45: A.M.
Feb. '25-tf did suit. on or before the Ird day and morning '
worship Is at 11 k !
of May. 1965, else decree pro con i
t"t.IT'NUkbtlm'nttr1 against you. o'clock with Rev. Reynold Hoover
FOR SALE Ford halt ton pick. an seal of
said Court this 30th day of March minister.
up. Coy Harris, 4373367. After A I>. Next
6 P.M. call 4373573. 11-5-tf (SEAL)'U'E.. A. SMYTH Sunday a fellowship \ '
Clerk of said Court dinner and official board meet
By Julia n. Harvey.
; WANTED IRONING to do at my eputy Clerk ing will follow the morning

: home reasonable. Pick up & de. W.1", O.U Box Wad.3UBunnell. worth service. Each family Is askedto

J4; livery. Phone ID 73669. Attorney. Florida. for Plaintiff bring silver service and cups _
to-24-tf April l-l.lI.U-4tc and a covered dish. Rolls and

i IV TIIK C'llirriT' VOI'IIT OKKLAUI.KH coffee will be provided by the ,
>e' r'
SEPTIC TANK cleaning; drain ('OI\\TY.: KMHIIIAIV committee.

:, fields Installed; snail shelL Rea. P. KEMP rilANCKHY OAUVIN.NO.JR.BOM During Holy Week there will
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enable prices. Call George Ja v. Plaintiff be special services at the

: roz. m 7.3410 8-1-tf LINDA 8PELTA OAUVIN Defendant Church. Time and dates will

NOTICE TO DKKKMUTUB be announced later.
CONSTIPATED? STATE OK : The A TRIUMPH IN GRAND
Woman's
Te prove PUUN-BVAC containing LINDA 8PEL.TA ri l iNTO Society of Christlan AMUSEMENTS
Prune Fit A Senna I* world'emoohest Jttl MOM hose Drive Service was the guest of the
beat and mot natural Na.h"IIT.nn.\ .**..
laxative hurrr to Tou are hereby notified that a, Bunnell Society yesterday It Spectacular Arenic 40
MOODrS PHARMACYfor suit has been filed against you tn was a luncheon Displays -
meeting.
the above entitled cause: and you
generous FREB SAMPLE or are hereby required to file your an*
tablet for Tie. Over 1.000.004 awes with the Clerk of this Court, Internationally Renowned Equine Stars
old each year.JOHNSTON'S. and to serve a ropy thereof upon COMMUNITY CHURCH
'. the plaintiff. or plaintiffs attorney, Sunday school Is THE CRISTIANI. RUING.
who. name and address li: at 9:45: A.M. TROUPE
ALPItBD K HAWKINS with classes for all MornIng .
ttl Nuuth ltldc wood Avenue ages.
HIGH JUMPING THOROBRED
Dayton Bench. Floridanot worship Is at 11 o'clock with HORSES HIGH
t: FUQUa BEACH REALTY CO. later than May Ird. A.D. IMS. Rev. ,R. W. Dlckert AERIAL THRILLERS JUGGLING
LOTS. HOMES OCEAN FRONT If you fall to do *o. decree pro : pastor. MARVELS
,
confeio will be entered aralnttyou The
,I WATER FRONT FARMS. for the relief demanded In the chicken dinner planned FLASHING ACROBATS HERDS OF ELEPHANTS
bill of complaint.' The nature or for tonight in fellowship hall at
ACREAGE aid suit being for divorce.
\ .. for reed WITNESS my hand and seal of the Community Church will be
S Mtcrt needs
1r, M your ADMISSION 1.90
aid Court this loth day of March postponed until next ADULTS-1.00 CHILDREN TAX INC.
Thursday
A, D. mi.
r Office Phone IIE 9-2243 Choice Reserved Sots
; Official seal) E. A. 8MTTHK due to the death of Mrs. Loretta Available at Big Show Ticket Wagon
Residence Phone ID 7-3691 Clerk of said Circuit Court ACRES OF CANVAS-WOO SEATS-BRING
Uy Julia 11 Miller It will be at 6 P. M., YOUR CAMERA
ID 7-3317 rtr'tJ"k MIDWAY
or ATTRACTIONS
BEGIN AT liM
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SNURFINE (303 with purchase of $5.00 or TOP VALUE STAMPS
TOP VALUE STAMPS SLICED Cans core food order. With purchase of
With(2)purchase Cans of P caCn HES. 5 $100 1 lb.Meat.Wieners Armour All

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Sunday, April 4, 1965

CLUB TO BAND PARENTSTO ,,..,.
HOLD RUMMAGE SALE I MEET TONIGHT n
ThG Idlewood Club will holda The Bunnell School Band Parents
rummage sale on the city I will meet at 8:00: tonight M ch+ntae
property In front of City Hall on at the Band Room. The uniform 50
April 10. Anyone wishing to contribute 'committee met Wednesday night ,. *a
to the sale may call.with a representative of a uniform '
Kathryn Perryman, Shirley company. The meeting Is with coupon &: .purchase'
Chambers or Dot Yelvington to in connection with the selectionof of ((1))
make arrangements for pick up. new uniforms. LIVE LIKE .A QUEEN-SAVE EASTER BASKET i
Coupon Void After
PURCHASES HOME ON CARD OF THANKS MERCHANTS GREEN Sunday, April 4, 1965
ANDERSON STREET'Mrs.
Our most humble and heartfelt wvvvtllueh.ee. .
Jean Blasszynski has purchased
thanks go out to each of you
a home on Anderson who was a friend to our Papa. t .
n.nt.fiNr Mw A. e.
street at the corner of Howe avenue 50 100 50
Our thanks too for your prayers
and is. now residing there. s
each expression of sympa
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The home has recently been
renovated and remodeled.Her thy, the beautiful< flowers and with coupon & purchase' with coupon & purchase< with coupon &: purchase*
friends, Mr. and Mrs. food. We shall never forget and. of (1)) 11 oz. Jar of ((1) 20 Gal. of (1)) 100 count pkg.
Rusishl who have been her I our hearts will always be comforted COFFEE MATE .GARBAGE CAN @'2.49 Upton's TEA BAGS
guests for the past few weeks, by your thoughtfulness. Coupon Void After Coupon Void After Coupon Void After
returned to their home in Jack I The Family of : Sunday, April 4, 1965 Sunday, April 4, 1965 I Sunday, April 4, 1965
John
sons, Ohio during the past week 1_._._ Oliver Buckles : # ...
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CUB SCOUT TROOP 472 Bunnell Theatre u. S. D.CHOICE BEEF SALE

PACK Cub Scout MEETING Troop HELD 472 held their FRIDAY &: SATURDAY BOTTOM 1
Pack meeting Thursday at the X91''' '' OR p.OIIiD ROAST Ib. 7 *

Masonic Hall. The Pack meet ALL THE RAW,
ings are held once each month
with members and parents at- RAMPAGINGFURY t
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tending.Den OF THE ROUND STEAK Ib. 89
1 won the parent count WESTI
for attendance. New Bobcats I
were Jeff Johnston, Fred Krantz, CO1U1891 PC\IIS!\ MGM ".
and Charles Pelllcer. Pat McCoyof I AUDIE ALL MEAT STEW Ib. 69*

and Den Assistant 2 was Denner.advanced to Bear _I Ut1PHY...1D'1iP1f&S121 I

Den 3 had a special skit put
on by Frances Arnold Joe Ar .
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Lean Western
nold and Den Chief Ray Smith.
Boys birthdays falling on the ...... Wilson's Certified FRESH
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25th, were observed. They were I :
David berly. Smith and Tolbert Wlm ALSO BAKING I HENS l

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/ Mamie and Mrs.Catherine Wolski Paul Stanish, Jimmy Stanish, and'Don.Celestine, Mrs. ARIES N.SCHhEER WONDER'm. I : (4-7( Ib. AY:;) 39* ;' RIBS 49'

Aklns were in Merritt Island
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Sunday visiting with Mr. and *
Mrs. Mario Camonllli. j.P Our Value 303 Can

Mrs. Howard Porter was in TOMATOES 8 For $boo CRISCO OIL

New Smyrna Beach Friday at- '
'tending a meeting of the Methodist ,m.mDfMRW. Blue Plate Quart Jar 48 oz.
Ministers Wives of the De- : MAYONNAISE Each Bottle 58e .
49C
Land District.___ ,.
Joy Sisco of Jacksonville visited ..- Limit 1 with $5.00 or more food order
with his mother and Mr. CA. IlUJlllolCOUM,j 12 oz. Can

Riddell Sunday. They were CORNED BEEF 39CBravo
also Joined by Mr. and Mrs. C O. SUNDAY & MONDAY Southern 10 oz. Size
t Magee of Flagler Beach duringthe Each
day for a visit. X POUND CAKE 29C
CaGttaNr HERSIIEY'S
Guests of Mrs. Alma Sklerskl DAIRY SPECIALs -
during the past weekend was
SUGAR
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her son and daughter In law
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route to Miami to attend a con- CaRPN '- FROZEN FOODS _
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son in law and daughter, Mr.' Tender Fre.h KENTUCKY WONDER
and Mrs. J. J. Glenn of Plant Ib
City. GOose"DteV BEANS f ge FOLGER'S (All Grind)

)fro and Mrs. Ray Carle and Lams Crisp HEADLETTUCE COFFEE
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Park Sunday, the guests of Lt. M i 0 'J 29C Ib."
and Mrs. Arthur Carle. :I Tin; SSt
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NOOK happened ,before the disaster of LCT crashed Into Sgelr Mhor. REBECCA band, marries another woman "
THE BOOK
the outer Hebrides during a After the rescue of the men du Morier I and the complete story is re I
(Dophint )
I t' ,ATLANTIC FURY storm with gale winds. Disaster from Sgeir Mhor where they had vealed. Rebecca's death was..
r struck when the wind changed gone after the LCT had crashed. I "Rebecca" is a fiction book :
(By Hammond Innes) mainly brought about because i:
from a northerly direction to a Following the crash, Major Brad surrounding the life of a young
Atlantic Fury takes place In of his estate, Manderley. f
direction and the LCI'crashed named Rebecca who
southerly woman ,
dock was placed under arrest
To learn of her real death
the islands of the Hebrides
k l. outer into the points of rocks for the death of 53 men. dies early in lie. She is believed .
why don't read this
you
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known Mhor after the drowned in
as Sgelr to have a
To find' out what else happened love story?
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LCT had gotten off the beach. lake but there is a mystery to
read the book. It is In
made in October too late in the '
I Donald Ross, narrator of this her death. Library Assistant,
the high school library.
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RESOLUTION :his Infinite wisdom took unto Another good idea for a special ful Snob. However, we have Porter in "Macbeth," not forgetting .

HARRY CLEGG I 'Himself lion. Homer W. Brooks shelf of books was unwittingly 'I now many novels about the lots of First and Second .'

,Sheriff of Flagler County, Flor- given to us by Dr. Stanton who Dukes and Kings. I am a fright- Murderers. 1 t

Whereas the Honorable Harry Ida, andWhereas wanted a novel that had a Com, Common man, starting with

Clegg, a retired farmer, has Homer W. Brooks mon Man in It. I I Shakespeare's plays full of

served Flagler County in public was not only an efficient, dedi Caught off guard, all we could I Shepards, tavern boys, soldiers i ilI.I..al

office during his active years, cated public servant but was think of were books about Earls, : gravediggers and the Drunken ST. THOMAS CHURCH

and -- -- -- -.- ( ) s j
i also a leader in civic and charitable South Anderson Street i-
Whereas, Mr. Clegg was a fields and III Rev. Jame. Henry Taylor Jr. :
dedicated citizen, friendly and I 10:30 """day Pervleee Y'.1'
L m. Church School
cooperative with all agricultural I Whereas the citizens of Flag- 11:15 L m. Morning Prayers and
him sheriff r jI Sermon '
ler elected
Interests in the county, and all county v\ ttGU Holy Communion lit Sunday ,
civic organizations, and three successive times; that his "

Whereas, Mr. Clegg has been service and leadership will be dee ljOUlLdGctM. :;
sorely missed ,by all citizens. 1M TUB c'iRrrrr rouitT. SKV.K.VUI '
most cooperative with the Flag JIIUICIAI ('inn IT. ivAVI ','
Therefore Be It Resolved by I, ) FHH KL.AUI.Klt COt.VTY,
ler Farm Bureau in all Its un ... KLOItlllt. ('''''''1 NO. 803X
dertakings and the Bunnell Lions pub that N1TA MIOt'B KVKKKTT.

each member hereby extends to rlalntltt. .
6tinq
Whereas Mr. Clegg has rendered ljOuJt,
his family their deepest sympathy EDWARD '
outstanding and unselfish wu DALUS KVKHETT. .
and .p' CldpttGIt l> f>ndant.
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public service to Flagler County NOTION TO A PI't.AH I.,'
Therefore Be It Resolved the Be It Further Resolved that TItS 8TATW (u.' KUOIMOA TO:
to- uVEILETTcn
UALM8 EDWARD
this resolution be
Flagler Farm Bureau publicly incorporatedin Mra. C O. Myre*. t'
the minutes of the Bunnell HI. No. I. Box 154. .
acknowledges the great loss to M. GttI NalllburNortb Carolina
the county and its Lions Club and that a copy be .w. You are hereby notified that a suit
expresses for divorce hal been filed against ,;:
sent to his wife Mabel Brooks,
to the of q)1tuq StQte In above entitled
deep sympathy family I you the r.'da\lt: ,
and a copy to The Flagler Tri and you are hereby
the Honorable Harry Clegg and I serve upon Plaintiff Attorney a

Be It Further Resolved that a bune.BUNNELL whore nu'r and addre appear
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LIONS CLUB, hereon. written defense, If I
copy of this resolution be pre BUNNELLFOR any to the Dill or h-n\a: In
L. H. Church, President. 437-3325 sal.I cult, on or before
sented to the family of Mr. liars day of April. IMS else decree pro


published Clegg in and The that Flagler a copy Tri be Books Are My DishBy ..-.1\"....,..............-,..,.--.If........ "...."............'""'........................NJYY\- confeMo;you.WITNESS will My be Hand entered and Seal against of

bune, and a copy be spread upon ALL HOURS-DAY OR NIGHT aid Court this tth day of March. }

the minutes of the Flagler Dorothy Romans pinch I I't5al! ) B. A. HMTT1IM r'

Farm Bureau. This year's winter visitors Clerk By Julia of U.said Harvey Court "" +

who use the Flagler Woman's AMBULANCE Deputy ClerkW
'I. Wad.worth p:
RESOLUTIONHOMER Club Library have Increased. PHONE VAlley 4 1625 1'. O. Box .lBunnell .

Some expressed their thanks for SERVICE FIorMa t
ST. AUGUSTINE. FLORIDA Attorney for Plaintiff
W. BROOKS enjoying the books when they March U-ll-JS April 1-4toTHK 5,

Whereas, the Honorable HomerW. left last week with the robins Nrrtr be htitunt about calling a Garcia Ambulanc. W. IN COt'NTr' JIIIMJK' fOIHT: <

Brooks has served Flagler who are also going north.A IN ANU KOIt rLAIil.KUUIIN- Jt ,
strric with safety and
are always at your promptness "'V. KMHIIIIA. IN MUMIATH
County as Sheriff for a numberof Mr. Munson said that he CA"IJ M). ,.

years; andWhereas. liked to read when it rained I txptrUnc. IN HA UHi HUT Uitaie(fUKOO: of tvn-..i..d, J

Mr. Brooks was and there fishing. Mrs. NOTirH TU rilKUITOIl>*
was no
Equipped With Oxygen Resiuitator and Inhalator All creditor of the estate of
friendly and cooperative with Bigelow, who Is still here, said ii' HAIlllY OL.KUO. deceased are

the citizens of Flagler County, she is reading all books about t: Garcia Funeral HomeP. any hereby claim notified I or demands which. Oth" ;

under., may have against laid eitate In
the South so she can
andWhereas the nines of the county judo of
Mr. Brooks has rendered stand it better. E. GARCIA, Licensed Funeral Director Wavier County Florida, In the
I courthouse at Tlunnell. Florida,
public service to Flagler That's an idea for a special 1 I LADY ASSISTANT withinx I calendar month rumthe

County. shelf of books, all on the South,. .aI ......". .""' ........." '..........J.v...........".'Y." of this date notice.of the Each Itrit claim publication. I or de a
Therefore, Be It Resolved, the mand must pace n writing and must
state the of residence and
Flagler Farm Bureau publicly po.t.omc. address of the claimant
acknowledge the loss to the and must be .worn eo by the
claimant his agent. or his attorn.y
county and expresses its deep or jt' will, become void arcordingto

sympathy to the family of Mr. Marrh law. llth. IKS. .. ,

Homer W. Brooks, and that a JOHN Kiciitor A. r>(7LRQO.t th* R.t.te ofHA
copy be published in The Flag- Kit Y (C'LKOa: I........o.l
publication on March Slib.March .
rat,
ler Tribune, and a copy be
APrl" 1 1I
IS I .U-'IO
spread upon the minutes of the

Flagler Farm Bureau. TIIM OI'NTY: Jl 11ipre WnT: !
IV AVI run KI.AI4I.KII ('OIK.TY. .
fr-I.OMIIIA. IV fllOlltlfb'A
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RESOLUTIONHOMER IN IIK,: Idilale of
IIAKUr CMCdO Deceased r

W. BROOKS .VOTK'H UK rilOIIATM .t'

Where, on Tuesday, March 23, Estate To All ot l'eron Ha Id Decedent.Interested In the'' ,,

1965, our Heavenly Father inWe'll You are hereby notified that a Y 1
written Instrument purporting to
be the tail will and tretamenl of \
aid d..dlnhn b..n NitmlttiHl
to probate In this court You are .,
transfer your hereby command" within .111! calendar
month fruiii the date of A
fundv from ahy place inm.A. the itrt publication of this noticeto
appear In this court and show;
without charge ..au... If any you can. why the ':..i
action of this court In .admitting
aid. will to probate should nut ''/1
land unrevoked.

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j ;;,: PAGE EIGHT _THE FLAGLER- TRmUNE-, .-- BUNNELL, FLORIDA Thursday, April .1, 1965
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To I IqI Ut healthy green color to a bronzed that the damage happened overnight Back in the days of lye soap-
How
5., Tips on I or grayish green. One of the made at home with water from
I several mltlcides, such as kel- To control webworms, try applications hardwood ashes and hog fat-
: (By Kerrey Sharpe)
; Buy Good Meat I I I thane, will halt the invasion of of Sevin. housewives kept their dooryard

Spring is a revealing time of mites. Whitefly causes yellowing of ornamentals free of smut and
Have you ever picked around :the year. Nature and humans Aphids are certain to be a foliage of many ornamentals.At whiteflies by frequent applications
a meat counter for a tender shed winter coats and show that I' oroblem where plants are young first you'll think that the of soapy dishwater. If this
pi' Juicy steak and discovered it many are expecting.Co.'trr'atulatlonsIf. and succulent. These little pests plants are putting on a black. remedy of yesteryear isn't
would have made a better pair feed on the underside of leaves, faced act, when you discover a handy, then try an oil spray.
of shoes after cooking it? you are causing them to curl and some. I black film spreading over the
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" expecting an income tax ded'uc.tlon. II times drop. Often a brood of surface of the leaves. This smutis The U. S. Naval Training Center
There Is no sure-flre methodof I aphids will be sucked to death I a symptom of whitefly and at San Diego, Calif., trains
buying tender and tasty But, if you are the average by blind fly larvae. not a cause of ill health. 68,000 men yearly.COIOIOIOXOI .
steak every time, but Dr. J. W. gardener, you will discover that --
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Carptener, assistant meat sclent- Insects are not tax exempt-except I: If you can't wait for friendly :.:.:.:.:.:.:.:.:.:.:.:.:.:.:.:.:.:.:.:.:.: :>>X.I*:>>>>>>5This
its of the experiment station in for, the three percent sales I insects to fight your battles, S
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Gainesville, offers some advice tax on the chemicals to discourage I I j then try controlling aphids with .:.: :
that could help your meat selecting these unwanted births.I dlmethoate (cygon). You can I ::: Ad is Worth :::
chances considerably. He A layette Is essential prior to also use malathion. '
: a blessed event The layettefor Ants often protect herds of
t. says the garden Infants includesa aphids so that they can enjoy i 5 GALLONS OF GASOLINE J
f' -Look for brighter colored sprayer, a duster and an array the sweet excreta of the aphids.So ." '.'
meat, this means it's younger. of chemicals. killing ants may help con :,:.
-Pick out a steak that has Instructions on how to mix trol the aphids. To control ants : .,, \ FREE ..,
f smooth texture, this is an attribute I ,., ,
each fomula Is important. Be in the' garden try a chlordane I ., c'

,! -Choose of good meat beef.that has some I chemical sure to read container the label'on before,using.If each. spray.You can control ants 'In lawns 1,!:: with Lube and Oil ChangeBob's .::,:

marbling, small streaks of fat the amount of the chemical with an application of 2 table .,
; in the lean., Mambllng makes ., .
I you can place on a dime Is spoons of 50 percent chlordaneper : ,
f the meat juicer, more tender I enough for a pint of.spray, don'tmeasure I gallon of water. Pour the ::: Sunoco Station :::
and more flavorful. I the amount on' two mixture into the nest openingand ." UHQCO .'
V -Look for young red porus I nickles. Double dosage may be I on the area around the nest. '.lj Phone 437.7129 Bunnell '.'
Ii bone which will indicate youth. harmful to you as well as the Then soak the area with waterto

After giving these tips for plants. wash the Insecticide through' ::: This offer expires April 30, 1965 :::
buying better meat, Dr. Carpen. Several pests may plague your the ground and into the nest. :.: '

ter says, "Some steaks are inheritably garden at this time, accordingto A real lawn pest is the sod ..:..:..:.:.:.:.*,*..*L XX: >IOIOIOIO&XOKOIOXOCRAIG. _. .. .............. ...................................... ....8.....
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more tender or tougher J. E. ,Brogdon, entomologistwith worm. These greenish night-
,f we believe this quality attribute the Agricultural Extension feeding caterpillars are about 94 I-
is passed from animal Service. of an inch long. They can eat
\ to animal from the bull side. For example, certain night. 'I more than their weight in grass FUNERAL HOME .
\ The effects of marbjlng couldbe feeding beetles eat holes in each night, yet look quite harm.
A. !L CRAIG.
Funeral
Director
I overshadowed because of the tightly wrapped clusters of bud less when found sleeping near
I hereditary aspect, making some leaves of camellias. When these the soil during the day. JOHN CAPO. Associate
meat tough and some tender regardless leaves expand they reveal large The newly hatched caterpillars
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of marbling. holes in the* foliage.: You can cause very little damageto LADY OXYGEN
I The factors by which meat prevent this damage with chlordane grass. They may be full i CONDITIONEDCHAPEL I I EQUIPPED
ATTENDANT
graders grade cattle in the or DDT. grown before you notice grass AMBULANCES
I grades prime, choice, good and Spider mites will thrive dur i blades are eaten back unevenlyor
commercial are conformation or ing dry spells ahead. They rasp foliage stripped off in Phone ID 7-3532\

shape of carcass, maturity of away the upper surface of many I patches. Unless you have been 201 E. MOODY BLVD. fUNNI LL. FLORIDA
bone and lean giving the ornamentals and change the a' close observer it will appear
: physiological age of the carcass. --
Other factors are' degree of \ .

". marbling, color, texture and
,I firmness of the lean. ,
I Marbling is the single most

important grade factor. "It keeps 1 .
more cattle out of grade than .& .' <
any other factor," he said.
o Dr. Carpenter said that only : ;
about three percent of the nations W '
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cattle pass the, grade tests 4t ,
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majority of shoppers are satisfied \ \ .,' .\'
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good grade beef.PETERSON.
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