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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: June 3, 1965
Publication Date: -1981
Frequency: weekly
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Subjects / Keywords: Newspapers -- Bunnell (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Flagler County (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
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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
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VOLUME 23, NO. 22 BUNNELL FLORIDA THURSDAY, JUNE 3, 1965 $2.50 A YEAR .'

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, Funds Voted For I METHODIST SCHOOL OPENS BIBLE I Little League I I LEHIGH EMPLOYEESTO I'' Metis SuperMarket ;:,, .

RECEIVE FREE t

\ State Parks in NEXT MONDAY Summer Baseball I SAFTY SHOESEach Plans i fl:


I Flagler CountyConstruction Vacation Bible School will Starts on June 14 I year the Cement Industry Jiffy Drive-In r

open at the First Methodist has 'a special June Safety ;
funds totaling Church June 7, and run through Registration for all divisionsof
$100,000 for buildings in three June 11. It will begin at 8:30A. the Summer Enrichment Program Campaign sponsored by the Metts Super Market of Bun. I
Portland Cement Association. If
Flagler County State ,Parks were .M. and run to 11 A.M. Director at the Bunnell High School the plant this month nell Is in the process of making I II

included In the recently ap Kathy Knight, said today. will be at 9 A. M. Monday, June operates plans for the expansion of
without a "lost time accident, I .
proved biennial budget of the 14, Coach Bo Manuel said today. I their business. :i
Refreshments will beserved all names of employees will be A spokesman for the ,
Florida Board of Parks, according The program will include athletics company I
to Director Bill Miller. each morning at 9:30. Providing!J j recreation, drama, and put in a container and three said today Metts Super MarketIs ..
refreshments will be Freda Deen summer school for several names drawn out. These are going to exercise the option to
This allotment was part of the the winners of free safety shoes
Bette McDaniel, Patsy Durrance, classes. The season June build a Jiffy Drlve-In Grocery"'
overall $1,650,000 budget grant. Marjorle Robertson, Edith Robertson I 14, running through opens July 23. which will be given by the Le. on the property on East Moody "

ed to the Park Board for the Doris Tucker, Penny SIze. I high Cement Co. Boulevard facing south In front
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next two years by the legisla more, and Lisa Tilton. A col. 1 Coach Manuel said the athletics The Portland Cement Association of the Bunnell Post Offoce. .

I. ture. Governor Haydon Burns lection will be taken on only will Include Little Leagueand has declared that more "lost i lie said the plans are In the t tI

signed the appropriations act I Wednesday morning for the special I Pony Baseball. The Pony time" accidents happen in June making at present and they will ; Ii,
; last-week. projects. League will consist of two I be announced at a later date. '
than any other month. However, !
teams-White Sox and Yankees.In The property Is located on the I
L Miller said much of the credit Kindergarten teachers are they: can happen Just as well !

for obtaining the building funds Mary Jo Seale JoAnn Crews, and the Little League are three In any other month.At corner of Moody Boulevard and II"
Church Street. Plans call for ,
Oaks Garden teams Braves and
for Washington Is : Dodgers, ,
Maxine Buckles. The theme
the Bunnell Plant of the both Melts Market
State Cardinals.All operating Super *
State Park, Flagler Beach .
"Friends Around Me. ,
Park and Bulow Plantation games on Monday will begin Lehigh Company, We are near. and the new Jiffy Drive-In. : ;
Elementary teachers one and Ing the end of a year since our I I '
"Ruins Historic Memorial was at 5 p. m. and all games on "
two are Dot Yelvington. Arline I last "lost time" accident. To
due to the efforts of Representative Friday begin at 7 p. m. Manuel Flagler CountiansWin r
William Wadsworth and Knight, and the theme is "Our said the home teams will be de. date we have 359 "safe days". i
Family In the Community." June 15, 1965 will be the final
Senator Verle Pope. "Both of cided at game time. : Honors in
r these gentlemen," he said Elementary three and four Following is the schedule for date ending at midnight with

p "seemed determined that these teachers are Becky Clegg and the leagues season and all persons 365 "safe days." Twirling ContestSeveral I
Pat Cowart. The theme "Bible
parks should receive the recognition : Interested are asked to clip It has long been the custom
Lands and Times. girls from Flagler
r and financial support they and save for reference. that the Lehigh Company gives I
Elementary teachers five and County participated in the Day
deserved. Monday, June 14, Dodgers vs. each employee at a plant a free
six are Frances Fryman and tona Beach Twirl-O-Rama, a National '
Cardinals; White Sox vs. Yank. pair of safety shoes wheneverthe
f He pointed out. that membersof Edie Bradley with the theme ] Baton 'Twirling Association t
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plant completes a full
the advisory councils for "The Life and Work of Paul. jees.Friday year sanctioned contest sponsored \
June 18, Dodgers vs. lost .
without a time accident.We
these three areas also worked Helpers will be Lisa Knight, 'by Carol's Baton Studio of ,
Braves Yankees White Sox.
; vs. hope to win ours this week
, with the Park Board In securing Carla Tucker, Rebecca Durrance, Daytona Beach, Saturday; May
June 21 Braves
Monday, vs. Bill Chlmpky, member of
, legislative support for the development Delores Deen, Patty Kay French, Cardinals; White Sox vs. Yank. says publicity. education A welfare 29, and all came home with II t.
program. and Carol Linda Townsend. trophies and medals. ".
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committee.
ees.Friday Susan Peterson of Flagler
June 25, Dodgers, vs
Members of the Washington
I Beach won the senior queen :,
Oaks Gardens State Park Advisory Senior Citizens Cardinals; Yankees vs. White THOMAS KAHLERT strut in the Flagler-Volusla t

Council Include George Sox.Monday RECEIVES AWARD championship fancy strut and

.", Wlckllne, Flagler Beach: Stan Have Hobo. Party June 28, Dodgers, vs. Cadet Set. Thomas A. K.ahUr.1 placed tbl 'nw: 4untoe' ,4*. ,.. _
r-'"' ley Novak;; Artesla Park, Cbarte Tllece were *v 29-members"* bind Braves; Whitt;'" oJM's..Yankees the '$onot'Mr.; '+ Friday, July 2, Braves vs. Car. of Bunnell award.
Creal, Bunnell; Walter Creal, I was placed fourth In advanced two
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r... Bunnell and John Rice, Artesla guests present when .the Flag. dlnals; Yankees vs. White Sox. ed the medal for the best drilled baton and fourth in junior military .

Park. ler Senior Citizens Club met Monday, July 5, Dodgers vs. cadet in Support Company, at strutMary
Tuesday evening, June I, at the Cardinals; White Sox vs. Yank Competitive'Drill at Cordon MilItary .
Pache of Bunnell won
The Beach State Park clubroom In the Municipal I
; In
Flagler College Memorial Sta
first In the senior division
place
Advisory Council members are Building, Flagler Beach. This ees.Friday, July 9, Dodgers vs. dlum on May 14.
military strut fourth In senior
... Mrs. Marie Brede, Lyman L. was the first of the three regular I Braves; Yankees vs. White Sox. The coveted medal Is given intermediate twirl; and third in ,

Gage Mrs. Harold Massie monthly meetings scheduledfor I Monday, July 12, Braves vs. each year by the Cadet Officers ,the two-county championshipsenior

/; \fII" George Moody, Sr. and E. H.Threadgill. the summer.Following Cardinals; White Sox vs. Yank. of Support Company. Presents strut. r'

f' all of Flagler Beach. a six o'clock arry.In tlon was made by Mr. John B. Debbie Herr of Bunnell placed /
the second reading of ees.Friday
Advisory Council members of supper, July 16 Dodgers vs. Hewitt. second In beginner twirl in the
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constitutionwas
the Bulow Plantation Ruins Historic the club's proposed Cardinals; Yankees vs. White The best drilled individual, 0-5 age division.

I Memorial include John heard. It was adopted as Sox.Monday squal and platoon In the Gordon Sandra Owens Flagler Beach,
finally prepared under the supervision
r' degg. Mrs. Charles E. Creal of the constitution July 10, Dodgers vs. Cadett corps was determined at was fifth In both the two-county
Mrs. Curtis Deen and Nicholas Braves; White Sox vs. Yankees. the Competitive Drill Ceremon. senior championship and twirl.

t F. Lenssen. Jr., all of Bunnell. committee Martin which was Miss composed Elsie Friday, July 23, Braves vs. les. Competltllon was keen In She also placed third In the beginner .
t of Fuelling, Cardinals; Yankees vs. White all units as each had
New facilities to be construct. company fancy strut and fifth In
Sheriff and Walter Creal, chair. F
. ) ed with the funds at these areas Sox.Elsewhere selected their best to competeIn twirl.
,. man. In this issue .is
the
the various
are expected to be announced contests.
Derese Owens, Flagler Beach,
The members voted to have a rosters and team for
later. managers was third In the junior division
hobo party at the beach on June the five teams. Also the
The
league
revolving office chair was I
of the championship strut; fifth
15. All senior citizens invited
are rules in this Issue.
l Charles Robson appear Invented by Thomas Jefferson.
to attend. They are askedto In Intermediate twirl; fourth In I

Serving Aboardt come appropriately dressed' -- beginner two baton; third in
'
U.s.s. Turner and bring food suitable for a Bunnell High School Commencement beginner fancy strut and she
and Susan Peterson placed

p.\ Charles Machinist's H. Robson.Mate Second USN, son Class oft hobo The party.group will meet at 5 p.m.on Exercises Friday Evening June 4, at 8l fourth In a twirl duet.
Faye Hutcheson. of Flagler
the beach State Road A-A I
on l
Mrs. Lucy Robson of Flagler Processional Senior Class Beach, placed fifth In beginner

Beads Is currently serving aboard north of Flagler Beach oppositethe Invocation .... .. ....................-_........... Rev Reynold Hoover fancy strut and she and Barbara
home of Mrs.
the radar picket destroyer Kay Bwayze. Welcome . '" ....Elbert Tucker, Senior Class President Hunt of Daytona Beach won
In of Inclement weatherthe
,USS Turner, engaged In the case Special Music .High School Band Walter Morris Director
first place In a duet twirl.
will be held in the
operation In the Dominican Re clubroom.The meeting. Introduction of Speaker ........... .........-...._.............. Mr. Coy O. Harris Also, Carol Comets of Day

.,.. I public. next of Commencement Address ?. .. .. ........_.._........_...- Mr. Scott Kelly tona Beach of which: Derese
U. S. forces were ordered Into regular meeting Presentation of Awards .........? ..._.. Mr. Benton F. Clifton, Jr. Owens, Faye Hutcheson and
the dub will be
the strife-torn island republic Tuesday eve. Presentation of Diplomas .. ......?.._..?.......,-.._ Mr. Coy G. Harris Vlckey Pcrritt. all of Flagler

l after the breakdown of law and nlng. July 6.EDUCATIONAL The Alma Mater ........._........ ......_........ .. ..............._........._,. Audience Beach, are members won second .

J order and authorities there could Benediction ._ .............?........?........._....... ._.... Rev. Howard Porter place In the senior large

t no longer guarantee the safe TV Recessional .. '_.?......_......._-.--,_._........._._ Senior CUss teams.
i evacuation of American citizens. BEGINS SUMMER USHERS In
The contest was held the
Since U. S. forces have taken VACATION FRIDAYA. Sharyn Abraham, Marilyn' McFsrland, Karen Abraham Eliza National Guard Armory and

part In the operation Atlantic beth Allen, Sue Ellen Deer, Rabeth Hersey. there were about COO twirlers

Fleet ships have evacuated more F. Edmunds director Edu CLASS ROLL from Florida Georgia, Missouri'

f' than 3,000, American citizens and t catlonal Television In mid FlorIda C U.9* 'reparcrtocy-Ida Olivia Allen, Cynthia Cobb, Wayne Kentucky, South Carolina and

other nationals seeking safety., announced today that Dixon Heidi Lynn Elsenbach. Marie Fleurie, Jesse Hildreth )f('. Kansas.
The evacuees were taken to San i WMFC-TV, Channel 24. will Knight, ilLc.a..aJ

Juan Puerto where commercial I complete their broadcast year, Diploma-Prenda Joyce Aaron, Jack David Abbott Jr., Attends 40 and 8

t transportation was available.In Friday, June 4. Everett Warren Anderson Jr, Levi Lloyd Brannam. Jr., Michael Promenade In

' cooperation with other U. S. Channe 24 will resume broadcasting Eugene Church Cecil Scott Crews, Beverly Ann Cummins, James Debarry Friday

: Armed' Forces Navy ships and Tuesday> September 7, Leonard Flsch. Charlotte Ann Hodges Albert Bartholomew John Leonard Moody and Steve

aircraft have ferried In more I when mld-Florida schools re- stop Jr. Gloria Ann Johnston, Dennis Larimore King Cyzyckl attended the Promenade

I' than 30 million pounds of food I open to begin the fall term. Kandyce Kay Lovell, Thomas Oliver McDaniel. Steven Ray of Voiture 2'J.1 In DeBary Fri.

i. and medical supplies making it I I There will be additional bul McNeely, Mary Benedek Pache, Robert Danny Qusntlr Janet day night

, the largest humanitarian effortof t letins later this summer, regard- Karen Salyerds. Johnny William Seale. Cheryl Lynn Skolar, Walter They were both Installed as

, U. & Armed Forces since the'Berlin Ing next fall's programming on ; Allen Townsend Elbert Franklin Tucker, Milton Jackson Wether officer, Moody as Lamplste and

Air Lift of I94& WMFE-TV. Ington Theodore Taylor Worthington HL 'Cyzyckl as Chm1Jnoc.P. .



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TWO THE FLAGLER TRIBUNE, BUNNELL, FLORIDA Thursday, June 3, 1965

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I Gage, asks committee chairmen FLAGLER BEACH

I to bring or send their reports ELEMENTARYSCHOOL HASTINGS MATTRESS

I 3LJL Beach i to the, meeting. As an added GRADUATION i & UPHOLSTRY WORKS

I feature the program chairman, Processional 710-12 Lemon St.
I Mrs. Jasper White, requests
Welcome Sharon Dean Palatka Florida
,
members to bring a short clip.
Our School Patrick Duncan Phone EA 5-9166
BRIDE-ELECT FAYE BASS WSCS EXECUTIVE
ping of interest they have read
HONORED AT SHOWER COMMITTEE MEETS Understanding VlctorlaPerrltt Furnltu-'. Upholstering
recently especially something
I
I Debra Johnson Repaired & Refinished
.Bride-elect Faye Bass, whose The executive committee of I that might be applicable to the Beauty Learning Frederick Fruits Mattresses & Box Springs
club. Mrs. Harold Massie is to Made to Order Also Renovated
marriage will be an event of the Methodist Womans Society I Happiness Sandra Abbott
I be the hostess for the morning. Call Laura Morris 437.3233
June 12, at the First Baptist of Christian Service met last Presentation, of ,AwardsW.
After 6:00 P. M.
Church of Flagler Beach, was Monday. I I I E. Fennell,
Mr. and Mrs. Fred Marks leave PRICES REASONABLE.
honored with a surprise bridal They planned to have Installation I Principal
this month for six months BUDGET PLAN IF NEEDED.
shower Thursday evening. The of new officers during the a Presentation of Diplomas Just as near as your
visit This is their
party was given by Mrs. Janet morning worship service Sunday, to England. W. E.'Fennell, Jr. Phone or Post Office

Cummins, Mrs. Joan Schatz, and June 6. They also made some first Visit to their former homein PrIncipal.Recessional Drop Us A Card or Call

Mrs. Elizabeth Hoff at the ''Hoff plans,for the forthcoming birth. 40 years.COMMUNITY. Free Pick-up & Delivery

home In Venice Park, Flagler day party of the WSCS which j

Beach. will be In October. MEMORIAL GRADUATING CLASS OF 1965 ;
,
I THE' CIRCUIT COURT SEVENTH
The bridal theme was used In CHURCH Sandra Sue Abbott, Bruice JUDICIAL CIRCUIT, IV

the decorations of silver and WOMAN'S CLUB Church school 9:45 A. M. and William Arnold, Hazel Beggs, AND.....ORID.FOR&. IN KLAOLKK CHANCERY COUNTY NO.

yellow and also the refresh. MEETS WEDNESDAYThe morning worship at 11. The ser Floyd Jack Collins, Jr., KennethLee 6000.

ment course. Miss Bass was first summer meeting of mon topic "Five Clear Reasons Crouch, Sharon Louise Dean, a CITY municipal OP FLAGLER corporation BEACH existing .

crowned "Queen of The Home." the Flagler Woman's Club will Why Christ Will Heal Today." Patrick Lewis Duncan, Leo Pines State under of Florida the Laws Flagler of County.Plaintiff.the

Twenty 'guests enjoyed the eve be at 9:30 Wednesday morning, Fellowship supper at 6 P.M. Fleurie, Charles Patrick Flood, "

ning with the honored guest June 9, at the, club house. Wednesday, everyone welcome.R. Frederick Canady Fruits, Debra CERTAIN_LANDS.v.- upon which

and hostesses. The president, Miss Emily W. Dickert, pastor. Ann Johnson. Special .Assessments are delinquent

Kenneth Gary Macewicz, Eileen Defendant

Michele Anne McCleary, NOTICETO
ALL, PERSONS: interested In
Pamela Allyn McDaniel, Wesley or having any lien or claim upon
Miller any of the lands described herein:
Theopilus James Franklin YOU ARE HEREBY NOTIFIEDthat
Parrish, Jr., Victoria Lou Per. TUB CITY OF KLAGLKR
BEACH has tiled its bill of complaint
ritt, Robert William Ritter, Jr., In the above named court
LOOKWe Linda Louise Smith, Donna Mae to foreclose) delinquent special
with interest and penalties
Whitney Lena Amy Woods.ACKNOWLEDGEMENTS. .m'n the parcels of land
set forth in the following schedule
the aggregate amount of such special -
assessments. Interest and pen
Music, Lbu Hall; decoration allies against said respective parcels
of land, as set forth in said
chairman, Sara Martel; cap and bill of complaint, being set opposite -
such In following
parcels the
gown chairman, Betty Collins. schedule to-wlt: *

Will Build A Brick Home On USHERETTES PARCEL Assessments) NO.1:: Amount fill.01. of Special

Beginning at a point 107 feet
Pamela Sheeler, Patty Meek. East and 115 feet South of the

Ins, Sherrle Lindsey, Sue Ellen Northwest corner of ral1:1
running west to the east
Seale. the John Anderson Highway as It

On Your Lot Completely Finished now of direction said lies, John thence along Anderson In said a Southeasterly east Highway line

Mrs. Daisy Moody is a patientin to the south line of the North half
of Tract 10 thence East along
:' the Halifax Hospital in Day. said line to the West line of Connecticut

tona Beach for medical treat. along said Avenue line to thence the point North of
For Only $50 Down ment. beginning: All In Block D. Section
11 Township IS South, Range SI
, East In the Bunnell Development
Company's Allotment as per plat
BAPTIST CHURCH tiled with the Clerk of the Clrult -
Sunday school 9:45 a. m. and Court of Flagler County. Sloe
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.J>'" Y'' $$'I, 'fl ht ,ltlw ida. EXCEPTING THEREFROMHelng
ids morning worship at 11, with Rev. a part of the North half of

$sme*2' 4' 2' PRIN., INT. Max Hall, pastor. Training Unionat r.ctl.t Township and 10 of IS Block South"D"flange Sec

AND ONLY 6:45: p .m. and evening wore SI East according to plat of Bun
nell Development Company and
PER MO.
ship at 7:30.METHODIST: more particularly described as follows
V : Beginning at the Northwest
corner of the said Tract 10. as a
CHURCH point of reference and running
thence South 1 25' 04* East
Church school 9:45 a. m. and long the West line of the said
f Beautiful 3 Br. 1 % Bath Home Features
Following morning worship at 11, with Rev. Tract to the 10.point a distance of beginning of 111.0 of feet thisdescription

Reynold Hoover, minister. Installation : thence North (I degrees
12'x24' & Room iV 40* East a distance of
: Carport Utility Windseal Shingles of WSCS, officers will 1070 feet to the West boundary of

52 Gal. Electric Water Heater Sheetrock be this Sunday during the U o' Connecticut 1 degree 15 Avenue 05* East: thence, along South the
: % clock service and will be follow West boundary of Connecticut Avenue.

I Hardwood Floors Aluminum Windows ed by a fellowshlup dinner and a IS distance degrees of ::.0 40 etiv thenceSoutk a

the official board meeting. distance of with 100.15 the feet Easterly to an boun Intersection

:, Custom Built Kitchen Cabinets Ceramic Tile Windowsills Methodist Youth Fellowshipmeets the dary of John 50 foot Anderson right of lllghwarthence way of

Sunday evenings at 6:30. North IS degrees SI' 50;
Kitchen Exhaust Fan Ceramic Tile Bath West along the said Easterly rightof
of
J \ Rev; and Mrs. Max: Hall were SI,09 wa feet t"on the y'\V't line at.t

L 4" Fiberglass Insulation, 100 Amp Electrical Sere guests of honor at 'a party Sun. North said Tract IS degrees 10: thence 21' continuing 50* West.

I day evening atthe First Baptist along said Easterly right of way
f"' 65,000 BTU Heater Birch Feature boundary a distance of 29.45 feet:
Panels Church on the occasion of their thence North SS degrees IS' Ebj
I East a distance of 11.SO feet to
Cedar Lined Closets Front Porch first wedding anniversary. Mrs. the point of beginning of this de
Judson Stryker and Mrs. Henry scription. Bearings are referred to
r the True Meridian and parcel containing
Shill served punch. Mrs. J. C. 0.IS acres. Recorded In
Deed Book 4$.

r We will build to your plans. We also have a complete served Weaver the and cake.Mrs.Decorating Grace Clay the County addition Records.In to. page the amounts 217. Flagler set

opposite each
parcel of land In the
table was a "money tree"which foregoing Interest and

i"" remodeling service. If you are interested in was guests.presented to the honor such manta penalties delinquent together, achedUled: with special a proportionate law assess on.

part rtt costs and expenses
of this are sought to be en
home write CARD OF THANKS forced and foreclosed in this suit
buying a quality immediately to YOU Aim HEREBY NOTIFIED
Our sincere thanks to the people to appear and make your defensesto
of for said bill of complaint on or
Flagler County their before the Itth day of June A. D.
many kindnesses during the Illness IMS and If you fall to do so on
I or before said date the bill will
and death of George Harten- be taken as confessed by you and
BEEN HOMES INC.PHONE back. you will be barred from thereafter -
contesting said suit and
f The family of said rupectye1.. of land will
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be sold by decree of said court
George Hartenback. for nonpayment of said special
assessment liens and Interest and
penalties thereon and the costs of
389-4546 N. EDGEWOOD t IN .qlt.
WITVESS WHEREOF i have
JACKSONVILLE, FLORIDA wr e hereunto set my hand and afflted
I' rary the official seal of said Court this
D5iAy d a/KIYSL IJth day of Slay A. D 1115.
n (Seal) JR. A, rkMTTIiiI.
ors raga BTS-tS said Court
IL Harvey

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Thursday, June 3, ... THE FLAGLER'Q'-- __
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-- spectacular crowds for performance, he said. Doyle E. Conner, master of ceremonies Earlier In' the day the fair I
Florida's Show drawing each of their seven dally performances The porpoises are delighting for the fair managers' managers, in session at the university ,
he said. In fact, the everyone with their antics. Pope banquet, introduced Pope as of Florida, for their 14th '
I of the best known men in short course and annual meet. :
At World's Fair Florida Exhibit Is now the number said that when Governor Burns "one ,
attraction at the World's recently opened the exhibit by show business in America, who Ing heard Dr. E. T. York, Jr.,
Termed SuccessRichard Fair.one throwing three oranges to the turned an alligator hole into a provost, Institute of Food and :;,
porpoises, the porpoises, who multimillion dollar business." Agricultural Sciences, challenge fl",
"Dick" Pope, ST., owner "Florida went to the Fair to had been trained to throw them' Pope, he said, has taken water them to help In the conserva ,
and operator of Cypress Gardens make friends this year, not to to the crowd, threw,them back' skiing and turned it Into a le tion of human resources. '
at Winter Haven, gave make money, so both shows are to the governor, instead. gitimate business. Conner lauded "Fairs, through their attraction I
Florida fair managers a close- free," Pope said. So many people poises are happy. Nothing "por'l I Pope for his outstanding ability ,I to young people, can be an II
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up of the new 1965 Florida Exhibit are coming to see the Florida world Is happier than the .I In the arts of promotion and Instrument for good in providing
at the World's Fair, and exhibit that It takes. ten of a porpoise," he observed. |I I publicity. conditions under which \
reasons for Its success. Pinkerton policemen to handle young people can develop
Pope said the popularity of the crowd. The acquacade, Pope brought down the house' Conner said that the State spiritually, morally, _and ethic .
the new exhibit Is built on two where the girls water ski, holds when he Invited the fair man.I I Department of Agriculture has ally, Dr. York said. lie added ,
I I to be his guests for-both such high regard for fairs that
agers
shows-beautiful girls water 7,000 people, with standing that conserving the resources of
for 1,500 more. The showIs shows at the Florida Exhibit. I lit invests $50,000 annually in
skiing and porpoises playing. room young people is "our number
Both shows are free and are I I filled to capacity for every I Commissioner of Agriculture I: prizes and premiums. one problem and need."


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end from Biloxi, Miss., where and freshman students on
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pound six ounce daughter born where she underwent t
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Bunnell. Methodist Mlnlstery. lie is a
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announce the arrival of a lie is the son of Doris Carter
daughter born June 1 In the and the late Corydon Carter Black Eye PEAS. HERSHEY'S +
hospital at the Naval Air Sta former residents of Bunnell. BUTTER BEANS
tlon In Jacksonville. She weigh. SUGAR j
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given the name of Kelly Eliza. the Great Lakes Training Center I Green & White Ib V 'I

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and Mrs. Gene Durrance visiting in' St. Augustine and Pillsbury (Sweet or ButtermilkBISCUITS

are the Parents of a seven 9% Hastings Monday.Mr. .
ounces son born May 26 at the "THE PREMIUM SHORTENING"
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was given the name of Allen Espanola and Mr. and Mrs.J. SNOWDRIFT 8 oz. Cft I E\\s
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the Ormond Beach Hospital He She plans to spend some time
weighed seven pounds ounces. there and will .,also attend the .
He is the grand son of Mrs. graduation exercises of her old.eat .
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-' --- I a single white blossom. The spots can be preventedby three trees thrive under a wide or no .cultural care. .
Gardening In Florida Experts won't predict when a almost dally applications of! variety of conditions and once I I

{, (By Herrty Sharp) given tree will bloom. They sprays. But rather than becomea established, they require little Subscribe for The Flagler Tribune,
guess that a tree should show slave to a tree, most garden. ...I I
Magnolias are like, some peo its color in its late teens or early ers explain away the tree's de.
pIe-they grow up but don't ma twenties.But fects by saying that they're)
ture. the tree beauty marks and admire the
don't depend on
Size of tree is no Indicationof blooming at all. specks rather than worry about BROWN & BROWN INC. \
growing up. Some magnoliasno them.
the of the disappointed
Take
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taller than a step ladder
Some magnolias have silver
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bride. Her parents
.. put on scores of blossoms while when the fuzz on the underside of the INSURANCEOUR
that she could marry
r another tree as tall as your tele bloomed. leaves, while others have a
vision antenna won't show even) magnolia tree her age bronze cast.
After waiting 30 years she final PHONE NUMBER IS
ly eloped.It In the heyday of magnolia
turned out that she had planting-a generation or so
t1 been waiting for a tree knownas ago-bronze leaves were popu 437-3394

a false magnolia, or, often lar. Therefore, nurserymen of
Continued From Page; 7 called a magnolia bay. yesteryears hiked the price of
plants with the golden fuzzed
G. A. NEWS Some trees that bloom when
i old be a chip leaves. However, today many
Vicky King was the intermediate five years may
G. A., who gave the I off the old block. That is, some nurserymen and you perhaps may can not buy know either this I' FOR EFFICIENT SERVICE COME TO _
rooted a cutting '
welcome at the Mother-Daughter nurserymen
at the
type same price.
banquet reported in last weeks from a 30-year-old tree. BUDDY KNOX 66 SERVICE CENTER
issue of the Tribune. The ban. So this Is a tip for brides-to-be. Magnolias have one bad habit. I '
quet was given in connection' If parents promise you a wed. They wait until all the other On A1A & N. 5th St., Flagler Beach

with the Focus week activitiesof ding at magnolia blossomingtime trees: in the yard have shed be. Phone 439-9221

the First Baptist Church.I I be sure they purchase a fore taunting you with hand. EMERGENCY
Jean Hart also earned her rooted tree that has been pro. sized leaves. h
Maiden Emblem but was not pagated from a tree that is Placing magnolia leaves at
able to attend the presentation' known to bloom. the curb for the trash truck is

service.. The emblem was presented Better yet, help them pick outa no way to cope with the situ. SERVICE .
to her at the Monday tree that is blooming at the ation. A nealty raked pile of AND SAVINGS PLAN

afternoon meeting of the G.A. time you buy it. leaves, are potential kites. At
Magnolias have another hu the: first zephyr of a breeze, the

Mr. and,Mrs. Carlton Johnstonhad man trait-they often get a mid. leaves fly back onto the lawn. .

: as their guests last, week. dle age spread. But, if you can't To make the leaves stay put,
end their son, John H. Metts, I wait until the tree gets middle be sure to place them in a trash CRAIG FUNERAL HOME

and Donald Fryer of Turner Air' age, try cutting off the top tree container.Just .
Force Base, Georgia. bud. This should encourage the for the record, there are A. H. CRAIG ,Funeral Director
lower branches to reach out and three, trees that come under the ROBERT WORLEY Associate

Mrs. Alma Skerski Is leaving offer more 'shade to your mort general classification- of mag
during the weekend to visit in gage. nolias. AIR LADY OXYGEN
Dallas, Texas, with members of Magnolias also have a few The most popular is the Southern CONDITIONEDCHAPEL I I EQUIPPEDATTENDANT
her family. I ailments. But, if you don't ram magnolia (M. grandiflora |_ AMBULANCES
them with a bulldozer, or, bum L). The other two trees are
THANK YOU them down with the house, the bay (M. virgiana L.), and the Phone ID 7-3532

I would like to thank all my trees will outlive you by many large leaved cucumber tree (M. 201 E. MOODT BLVD. BUNNELL FLORIDA
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r relatives and friends for their years. macrophylla MIchx., ). These

.: visits, prayers, calls, flowers, Some folks worry about their --
I' gifts, and cards sent to me dueling trees when they show black

:' my stay In the hospital and specks on the glossy green
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into tales with
/throng open-air flour. Add the milk and cook H. D. No. S '
shingled roofs, and seat them. Ruth Brown St. Johns County until thickened, stirring con. 3li cups milk Coopentown, New York

selves cross.legged before tele home demonstration agent of. Saute the onion, ham and eel You are hereby notified that a
stantly. ult hal been filed against In
vision sets. fers two recipes for hearty cry In melted butter. Add potatoes the above entitled rauee; and you you
dishes featuring Place .alternate layers of are hereby required to file your anwer -
potatoes.
cook 10 minutes
"Not one pair of eyes leaves sliced potatoes, beef, and sauce ; longer. with the Clerk of thfe Court,
the 'screens," said a visitor. Potato and meat scallop makes Remove from heat; add salt and to serve a ropy thereof upon
in a greased baking dish. the plaintiff or plaintiff
attorney,
for delicious main dish. Ham
the United a and flour. Mix well. Add whose .
The pride of pepper name and addreii :
in the! and potato chowder is fine fare Cover and bake in a. moderateoven milk. Rturn to heat and warm JSI1AM W. ADAMS:
States' island territory 111
((350F) for 50 to 60 min. Droadway
South Pacific is an educational for lunch, she says. solwly. Do not let the soup boll. Dayton Beach Florida
utes. If desired, remove cover not later than June 20. A. D. IKS.
TV system for all 12 grades, the POTATO AND MEAT SCALLOP and brown under broiler about If it is. not served immediatelyand If you fall to do .o. decree pro

National Geographic Society % pound ground beef 5 minutes. 4 servings) the soup becomes too thick you confeeeo for the will relief be demanded entered axalnet In the

inaugurated in Sep I upon standing, warm water may bill of complaint The nature of
It was
says. 1 teaspoon finely chopped Variation: Use 2 cups diced aid cult being for divorce
tember, 1964.Electronic onion raw ham in place of beef. Reduce be added to it until it is the WITNESS my hand and neal of
aid
desired consistency. Court thus I4th day of May,
magic may seem 1% teaspoon salt salt to H teaspoon. It is A. D. 1965.
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out of place on a lusly beautiful 1 tablespoon butter or mar. not necessary to brown the ham. (aAlclalClark l of)aid. A. Circuit 8MYTHI3 Court ,
Man "tastes" primarily with lly Julia It. Harvey. I'
of islands where people garine ]
group AND POTATO CHOWDER his The tongue's sensitivity lerk. \
HAM
nose.
wear sarongs and sleep on 1 tablespoon flour May >7 June a.l0.YT4toI
has scattered a Vi cup (% stick) butter, melted is limited to ,sweet, sour,
Samoa
But
mats. TIIH
CIWriT
C01IIT OK
1 medium onion, minced. salty and bitter substances.
KI.AIU.Kll COUNTY, KI.OHIUA
villages and a shortage of teach healthy, free spirited people In. ... IV IIIINCKIIY NO. 5003

ers. Instructing by TV has to a race of cooks, waiters, busboys .1 MUllUAY MANNINU.
l'lalntl".. ..
proved so suitable and success and chabermalds. V. ------

ful that some 50 nations Including Samoans, through ETV are I 24 HourWrecker KVA MANNING, IVf.-n.1nnt.

many of Amrica's emerging being taught to read and write Service vFlagler VOTICH TO IIKKDVII:
THH II I
ItIUA, TO:
countries, have asked the United their own language and to KVA IANNINU

States Government for permission cherish their Polynesian culture.At Oarfleld 457 Van, Jtueeum New J.re Avenue y. i

to send observers ,to study I the same time, they are In. Truck & Tractor CO.MASSEY.FERGUSON You are hereby notlned. that ft "
cult hue been filed ...In.t you In
the extraordinary experiment. tensely proud of being Ameri the above entitled ('.u..; and you
are hereby required to Ale your an*
Signals from Mt AIaYaSamoa's cans. wer with the Clerk of thle Court
A sign in the old Rainmaker Grove Farm Industrial Equipment and to serve a ropy thereof upon
new system, knownas the plaintiff or plaintiff. attorney,
Hotel at Pago Page makes main. who. name ami .ddr.... le: I
ETV, is more advanced than land visitors feel right at home VIRGIL DECKER Phone ID 7-3242 HAM" :I, V. IIOU'H
Ito N. Third
Con. Mreet
the North American I
on
any "American Samoan Lions Club Owner Bunnell, Florida I'alatka. .florid ,
tlnent or elsewhere in the world. not later than June 26. A. I). IMS.conf .
Meets Tuesday at 7 P.M." It )'ou Call tn do .0_ &I...... ,.....
The teaching center uses six ....<> will b. entered-"aicalnet- '

channels, with signals beamed you for the relief demanded. "th..
bill of complaint. The nature of
from 1,600-foot Mt. Alava overlooking aid cult heinz for divorce. 1
WITNESS my hand and reel of
Pago Pago and Its picture .
nlil Court this Jlth day of May

-postcard bay. otani 11 Sea A(UIIII'I,1'a 11. 1965. I) I
Classroom TV is not only for clerk of pall, Circuit Court J
lly Julia II. Harvey
Samoan children. When their Deputy Clerk I
school day ends, adults start S 4 May IT 'A June '.10.lt;4to j 1

trooping in. First there are Of Bunn.lt IV TIIH t'nit'rrr 1'u1'ItTaO.'
MhotlIII I. ".I\'I':\TII JIIIHCm.:
teacher training programs, then 4IIKIir. IV AVII KOIt "'' .-".
adult vocational classes. All the I.Kit: lOfftTY, IV llltVIKIIY: I
.
:>n. Sot?
classrooms In Pago Pago, the UtVIA IHAAC TII() 1A14.

main town of the seven Amerl l'1..stiff.

Samoan islands and PKAIIL la.l..AIt: TIIOMAH. \
can some
125 DRESSES
NEWBunny's
I iHtfrmtKnt,
50 village schools are occupied vim OK it'ir
TIIW fiT,\'U'' OK "'U)111111.\. T):
from early morning until 10 i I'lUUI* KU.AU Till IttAM.
at night. I ItteMcnrn and AiMreia. unkniwn.
YlAIt14 lI rIti.;fir NOTIKIKH:
Samoa's '!V classes can be that a cult hue been Died a'alnct
Casuals Windsors ..>ule' lenae
Kay ettbey Thorn*
picked up in nearby Western bit record I laAn fuehW
Samoa, the former New Zeland Harriott I'alalka. Florida) 'rri
the above
protectorate which became in .r* hereby entitled required caiite.to and you
eerve upon
dependent in 1962. A proposed Michael of f Miami: Shayne-Miami Miss and lalnllff' adilree. attorney appviir ,hereon whose.a name copy

realy system would make the 'II r.oftflnr''cold n defenere dvfonee. with toireth the

programs available in the Tonga Clerk of the circuit: Court of Flat-
lr County, Florida.' If any, to the
Islands to the south. lilt! of Complaint In the e..ld cull.
Educational TV is only one copy nf which I I. delivered to you
,
NEW herewith on on before the 1Mb
phase of a development program NEW der of June. A. D. I 111.

that is helping Samoa's 22,000 cunf.Herein... will Nil b not* entered or decree! affalnit/pro

people make the transition from you for the relief prayed |In the
For Ladies Illll of Complaint,
the 18th century to the 20th. For Men The nature of ald cult being for
I .
a divorce, a vibes Io hlatrlmonll.t .
Matters of local PANTS TOP
enormous WITNKHM my hand and the *eal
DRESS SLACKS
pride, along with ETV, are the SLACKS BLOUSES SPORT SHIRTS sad Court of Flagler County,
Florida. this Ut day of May; A. 0.
new jet airport an improved SUMMER DRESS ,SHIRTS 1145.MKAL.
JAMAICA SHORTS ( ) KM 11, A. KMTTIIK
harbor at Page Pago, tuna and Clerk of the circuit Court

coconut processing plants, a container May IT June 1.1'.If-u.

factory, public utilities, Iy TIIK 4'lilt"I'IT OMIT.' un'
KVTM JMHIMI. I'OK't IT. M
and a modem hotel financed by A"lll KOII Kl.tOI.MI .IOHVTV
the Samoans themselves. KMMIIIIA. FUI ITt Mil. MM
NEW.NEW 1' DIUXIN.:
"Flag Tiling Higher 11alntltt.JCOIIEltT .

Employment has reached 100 j. D"LI/V.
\
percent in happy contrast to In Wear *' OTI<'W TO AM'MAIIIM Itafundant A''', 1.
Boys
them time only yesterday when Junior Petite Dresses run NAMM A"I"or 11:..TIlE HTATB
the Islanders
lived hand to OK r14)ItliA

mouth. Their main Income came KNIT JAC SHIRTS $2.99 TO tou:: JIOIIKIIT J. DIU-ON
SIZE 3 and UP are hereby nollfled thai a
..
from copra. .11 h.. been brourhl .g.ln.l 'UII
In the 1eult Court of Yl.rler'
The Flag Is flying higher SPORTS SHIRTS $1.99 t'ounlr Ylorlda. In Equity by'ATIIIZIA

and more proudly these / I'Ii.t4)N I'taletlff. and
.
days you hereby .required to ill..
over the only U.S. possession Wrens rl' er by attorney, with
he Clerk .f acid Court your writ
.
south of the Equator-because left defeneea if asp, 10 the Com
of a 54-year-old native of NE.W plaint' 'In said cull an or before
RJgby NEWFor the Hit day ef June, A. D IMS.
Idaho who believes' all Ameri and ale ..r' of your
: .uuu.
written d f n..e .. .. Oe
cans deserve an equal chance,"j 1 j-' .!Iniky and K their Allorn.|re for

wrote a newspaper editor' from Little Boys Wear '>'Ulndrr..'n Mlreet.at Deytona omrm heath at, Hor Ill

Hawaii. Little Girls I /de, on or before the 111 day ef
.c June, A. I,, 1966 a. r.<|ulre4 br
The editor referred to the TOM' THUMB" BRAND 4hi rierlda Equity llulee. andlereln

American governor, H. Lex Lee SHORT SETS ,..- and fall fin not!er JIe.Deer.,.. .will I'ro b.Con-.n.
who is determined that Samoa's JACK SHIRTS $ Thai the name ef the Court In
development will be for the ben Shifts ((2 to 14) SPORTS SHIRTS X whlrh acid nil II.. b...i Inelllitled
.. ln. Circuit Court H.. .
eat of the Saraoin -not for the r/. Circuit ef rl.rid.la.tbJ.,4.

enrichment of Vied., CoMnlr. in Equity, and
enterpreneursfrom
,Ml Ibe IHU *f sill ca.!* I le ..
the outside world. .fcervlaabove/ "! forth.

Tourism will be allowed. to Clearance Entire 1 nature You are of further said full noilfled I. a call that the far

grow, but not at the risk of on J 1[ divorce and ether, (....0011 relief of ae minor..! forth children' In

turning Samoa's handsome I'Ulnlirre Com|>'Ulnt,
off WITNCMM mr hand an. ef
m., at HuniMll. riorM .th'\\'
day .f May A I>, 114..

Uniform Stock 3 Ae K. A clerk MMrTIIU.ef la. Ctrvull Court
[P1Mw YOUROtAfirrs oC '1..'., Count. t1o,.....
LXLWS( iriMiiir 4 tit nr .*!%!.)
.1DJRIMC l. OM4INNKY' AM Klu)1.Atlom.e .
YO&R llelnllff
411 M.l.. Jlo, .l
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The Great Cross
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being constructed. The dramaticcross for the housing of historic
:religious and cultural !heritage Atacama Desert, the National
Soon to Rise Over and a unique votive Churchare documents. The building will that Spain gave America Geographic says. At one
being constructed by the become a center for research into
through its explorer-soldiers and place, Calama, no rain has ever
Diocese of St. Augustine as partof the cultural and religious beginning
Nombre De DiosThe Catholic and mis been recorded. Rainfall throughout
a program to celebrate the of our nation. The research parish priests
400th anniversary of Its found. library will be under sionaries. the area is barely measure
Great Cross of St. Augus .
Ing on September 8, 1565, by construction in the near future, able.

tine, which will rise to a heightof Pedro Menendez de Aviles. It Father Gannon said. ..;/'.,..,/'....J'.........,....."'....J'..-..............,,/'.......?J'.J...'.-..".
20 stories from the groundof
was at this site that the first The Cathedral of St. Augustine
the Mission of Nombre de FOR ALL HOURS-DAY OR NIGHT
parish mass in America was is
undergoing a complete
Dios, Is' now being fabricated,
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celebrated.The restoration The Old
Mission officials in St. Augustinehave program. I
announced.The Votive Church, being con Spanish Church, which servesas AMBULANCE '
Great Cross, a striking structed of native coquIna as the Cathedral, Is 'being re pHONEVAey4625||
stainless steel structure which were all buildings' in the Old stored and adorned for the SERVICE ST. AUGUSTINE. FLORIDA
will stand unsupported at the Spanish settlement, Is advancing Quadricentennial Celebration.
tip of Matanzas Bay, will be ahead of construction sched Monsignor John P. Bums, pastor Never be hesitant about calling a Garda Ambulance. We
completed and erected in. Sep. ule. The walls of the church are of the Cathedral said the or.. always at your service with promptness safety and
raised. A featureof entire structure also is being
tember. When installed, it will already being experience.
be bathed in powerful floodlights the Votive Church will be a I enlarged to accommodate the
at night, standing, as one dual altar one for regular Inside : expanding Catholic populationof Equipped Wfth Oxygen Resutitator and Inhalator
Mission priest said, "like a Great church services, the other St. Augustine and the in
Beacon of Faith." for outdoor services where the: creased number of visitors to the Garcia Funeral HomeP.
congregation will be seated on historic site.
Michael V. Gannon,
Father I
E. GARCIA, Licensed Funeral Director
director of the Mission of Nom a Mission Mall. I The Diocese of St. Augustine

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"American Look11 for example, should have a size a washing machine can cause I I the relationship of diet to body
12.A i a break In the wiring that runs functions and the length of life.
In Mens FashionsThe three-button jacket fits best through the blanket. Their experiments show that MILLER
with the middle button button Researchers and engineers recommend I I even when diets are nutritional ELECTRONICS

"American" look Js the ed. On a two-button suit, but. electric blankets be ly adequate, differences In survival
newest trend in men's fashions. on the top button If the place- washed only when absolutely I are found. Heredity Is alsoa 1744 Ocean Shore Blvd.

This look shows up in rugged ment Is low, and the bottom but. necessary and then only by I factor. REPAIRS ON TV'S
fabrics and weaves. ton Is stance Is high. hand, don't use any wringing I II
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action. Remove excess water by :
Favorite colors for summer go Electric Blankets squeezing the fab-lc:! In the dl. 1i i O. F. ALPORD ,
from the sunset tones to earthy I rectlon that the Mires ntn. ',. Registered

hues.triotic You'll red, even white see, and some blue pa. Care and Storage If the blanket Is no; too badly i i i : Real Estate BrokerBunnelL I I Call Collect 672-0377 .

combinations. soiled, air It by gently placingIt I Florida ALL WORK GUARANTEEDl

If you've been wondering about across parallel lines on a still I
Browns will be important in how to care for electric day. After airing, gently fold It
your I
accessories for the next few blanket here's the answer. and store !In a box, say the extension _____ _
seasons. The new shades, from home economists. .
deep browns to light tans from First of all, don't have It dry .

wheats and clays to deep golds, cleaned. Don't machine wash It. I
OveareatingAnd
are being used in shirts and ties. Vt L ltOU
Home economists with the

Sports jackets with triple Florida Agricultural Extension Livespan dee | stitching on' the collar and lapels Service say that In! recent test

are fashion firsts. The new Ing conducted by Conusumers' : Is there any relationship between ...
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shoulders about or change po the manufacturer makes to the amounts of food gained DKq'mq

sitions. Even with the jacket contrary. weight at a rapid rate died
buttoned, the coat should not Damage can come from excessive at an early age, regardless of StdIe

be snug. In figuring the suit twisting and squeezing. the composition of the diet.

size of a boy, add two to his Dry cleaning fluids may attack U. S. Dept. of Agriculture scientists 437-3325 BUNNELL
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Roster Given 1 B ock-Bridl'Club-1 I Bar of Daytona Beach 15-4 Mon A. Brooker, College of Agriculture "We believe these scholar

.. day night. I University of Florida. ships will provide Incentive for
For Summer Banquet Awards B H'E I. All applications must be com high school students to further
I I Bunnell Ford Co. 15 16 2 pleted prior to July 1, 1965, their education In agriculture,"
Johnny's Music Bar 4 76
Brooker Indicated. Brooker said.
Ball TeamsWHITE At the University of Florida'sBlock
Bathers: B. Clifton, C. West i _
and Bridle Club Awards
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SOX I brook and G. Jones.
banquet held recently, Burt
Leading hitters: S. Rockett
Mike Durrance, John Bertha, Rodgers, a senior from Lakeland .
Russell Wetherington, Ted Jones, received the American Society of 2.3; R. Yelvington 23.

Don Flood, Frank Fleurle, Wade Animal Science award for the I '

Thornton, Jimmy McNab, Tim highest scholastic average for a I! Agricultural : 4
Holt, Benny Geller, Herby Me- student In Animal Science.Dr. N,y +s i F

Kelvin, Allen McCraney, Mike r k
T. J. Cunha, head of the ScholarshipsSeven
Robinson, Craig Thomas, Barry Department of Animal Scienceat

Thornton, Mlllard Clark.. Mana the university, presented the $300 agricultural scholarships
ger-Tilman Robinson. award to Rodgers and commented are being offered toi

YANKEES "He has a very outstanding I Florida high school seniors who !I d

Buddy Moore, George Revels scholastic record and is planning will be enrolled at the University -

Billy Miller, Gordon Worley, Ty to attend veterinary schoolat of Florida this fall, accord- I
Whitaker, Bill Harris, Hal King, Auburn this tall" Ing to Dean Marvin A. Brookerof
Buddy Scott, John McDaniel, Larry Britt, senior from Plant the University's College of 7
Don Pelllcer, Wayne Allman, I City, received the Block and Agriculture. I ; $ Si
Bridle Club merit trophy award, _
Charles Herr, John Taylor, I Sponsored by one of the big
George Koczwanski, Gene Pelllcer i which is presented to the out. mail order firms fundation, the I
James Medders, Mike Bar-I standing senior In the club. scholarships are awarded on the
The Block and Bridle Club
ber. Manager-Shelton Barber. basis of high school academic i
$100 scholarship went to William -
record, financial need, leader _
DODGERS Caruthers, a Junior from _
and 'back-
ship, agricultural
Ronnie Dodgen, Julian Dur Wildwood.

rance, Glenn Bradley, Ricky Gene Gunn, Kissimmee, was ground. .
Application forms can be se AlA Barber
,Kitchens, Dudley Improta, Perry presented the outstanding man Shop
cured by writing Dean Marvin
Allman, Rick French, Joe Arnold, IinI the livestock Industry award I IR
Wayne Wetherington, Dickie for his work and service as It AlA AND HIGHWAY 100

Bradley, Butch Anderson, Kenn county agent at Kissimmee and II t J

Tucker, Craig Coates, Phil Mar for his contributions to the Florida I 'f' Flagler Beach .
tell. Manager-Leslie Pache. Cattlemen's Association of J
BRAVES which he is a charter member. SBES CHILDREN'S HAiR CUTS

Davey Solomon, Charles Pelllcer Bill Miller from West Palm i
Monday through Friday $1.00
Jim Simmons, Fred Krantz, Beach received recognition for
Michael Coates, Larry McKelvln, his contributions to purebred Saturday $1.50.

I David Stefllk, Wayne Pellicer, his contributions to purbred hereford Open 6 days a week, Monday through Thursday

James Kitchens, Mack King, breeders and commercial 9 A. M. to 6 P. M.
Chuck Harding, John Geller, iributions to Florida 4.11 and
George Wetherington, Mike Bacon Future Farmers of America. Prompt Service FRIDAY AND SATURDAY

I Mike Manuel. Manager Joe 8 A. M. to 7 P. M.
White. FORD COMPANY WINSThe The Flagler Tribune :
I Jim Miller and Charles Mutinne, Barbers
CARDINALS Bunnell Ford Co. Softball Phon IDlewood 7.3282 i iBunnell.
Tommy Bratcher, Greg Crews, team defeated Johnny's Music Florida I
Dan ,Zimmerle, Marvin Clegg, ,
Lee Dodgen, David Hlgghln

botham, Beojie Cauley, Buddy ,
Irvin, Robert Sandlin, Steve .
French, Gary Harris, Wally'Wilkins 1t'.Lit.. "t t, 'G't;':. .""
Robert Akins Mc.t f 1 :,"
Floyd i '
R ,.oS t ,,1:. r
\ Kelvin, Frank Richardson. Man w. .
ager-Mr. Zimmerle.
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Pony League and H

.,: Sal'C

j Little League !


Baseball Rules

.1 1. Each team must have eight ." ,IV (:&. "
players In uniform by game
I.' time or will have to forfeit game. ,
.
+! 2. Each player must be in full
I uniform, unless both managers. .f ::'"

agree otherwise. i' :
I 3. Each regulation game will ''\"
'
...
t be six Innings In duration. .t.,S Krr '..,\. ;, .
! t 4. All games will not be for .. \ y..... .. 11..r: i iy .
more than one and one-half .
I .
. hours in length. unless tied at t t' "
,
, the end of regulation game. .. .
J I 5. Any Team with ten run ,. .
,
run lead at the end of 4 com .
! plete Innings will be declared '" .

f winner of game. t '

6. Only one base coach at ,. .
first and third bases. "
7. All players will conduct ."t, saJ

themselves in a proper way.
They will remain on bench during
their teams turn at bat unless
they are next batter. r is :

8. All rained out games wll TT .
be played the next day. Timeof .
make up game will be decided

by managers.
9. Managers are requested to Ey -takhinp CAmU
try to play all members of his Malibu Sport Covjx

team. CHEVELLE MALIBU by ChevroletA
10. Any player who misses -
two times will forfeit his rightto

play. His suit will be turnedIn good 16 inches shorter than the That Malibu has a racation-tlze trunk plus
and Issued to someone else. Jullm plenty of luxury-foam-cushioned seats, fullcarpeting
size Chevrolet outside it's
11. No steel baseball cleats so very ,rear ashtrays and more.Some great
will 'be worn by any player. handU and park. Plenty of room inside.You options and accessories available for it. And

12. Rubber sole shoes or baseball get it with our spirited, smooth running our trade will make! your payments as com-
shoes with rubber cleats, SEE THE U.S.A. Artable'smoatde. So size it up. Try it with
ISOJip Hi'Thrift Six or you can Under
6-cy engine la
should be the only type shoes un 1
worn by players. order from'a family of powerful V8's.THE wu. WAY its most popular intermediate-size ear.

13. Stealing of bases Is -
permitted Red Hot and! Rolllnli! see your Chevrolet. ... dealer. for a new CHEVROLET. CHCVIUJE CHIVY COHVA
In the Pony League. --.-.--. ---..-.----. -..-... ....--
14. Stealing of bases Is not
09-1065>
milted In the Little League. The ...
player must remain on base until
pitcher has delivered ball to
catcher. HALL-TUMUN CHEVROLET COMPANY

15. The Infleld fly rule shall
be In effect in all games. TELEPHONE ID 7-3131 BUNNELL FLORIDAj.