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Title: The Flagler tribune
Physical Description: Newspaper
Language: English
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Place of Publication: Bunnell Fla
Creation Date: February 24, 1966
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
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Dates or Sequential Designation: Began in 1917?
Dates or Sequential Designation: -69th year, no. 36 (Sept. 3, 1981).
General Note: Mrs. M.B. Fuller, editor.
General Note: Description based on: Vol. 43, no. 20 (June 2, 1955).
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Preceded by: St. Johns tribune
Succeeded by: Palm Coast news
Succeeded by: Flagler/Palm Coast news-tribune

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FLORIDA THURSDAY, FEB. 21, 1966 250A YEAR
54 NO. 8 BUNNELL, -'
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NAMES CUT FROM City Awards Bid
AUTO TAGS Blakely
Margie
Four QualifiedFor CITY VOTER LIST
GO ON SALE
On Equipment For
Bunnell City MARCH FIRST "Miss Bunnell The following names have

been removed from the City of
License plates for motor vehi. High of 1966"Margie Bunnell registration books: Water TreatmentThe
Election March 8 sale March 1 at
will
cles go on Edward Abraham, Mabel Bunnell City CommissIon.
the office of County Tax Collec. Blakely, 18.year.old
to run in the Bunnell Brooks, Homer W. Brooks, Richard ers at their meeting Monday
Qualified
tor Dale B. Brown, Jr. Mr. Brown I daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Lee
Commissioners race on H. Cantrell, Louise Cantrell, night awarded the bid for the
City will be the
chosen
said the licenses Blakely of Bunnell was
the three incum. H. T. Cook, Margaret Cook, John
March 8 are major equipment of the water
last They in the
as year. "Miss Bunnell High"
same price as
Barber, M. B. I(B ) A. Elfstrom, Bonnie Ford, Orlin
Shelton
bents, the Bermutit
will be good for the period of 13 contest held Saturday evening treatment plant to
Green J. Germack,
and Dave Perryman.; B. Stanley
McDaniel 1 1966 to April Margie was Company of Jacksonville. The
Herbert Anderson and Joseph months, March at the Bunnell Gym. Shirley Hardln, Floyd V. lIurl,

Seale have also qualified II, 1967. crowned by Ida Allen, "Miss Nana E. Hilsenbeck, Russell R. equipment will be constructed in
Jeffrey The license plates will be 1 blue Bunnell High of 1965." In New Jersey
candidates. The deadline for Improta, Winnell B. Improta, W. the company plant

as qualifying is Friday, February with the white reflector numer. The young women are selected E. Kudrna, Maria E. Koczwar according to the plans and
als for this year. on a point system on Poise, 1 Per.
Koczwanskl R. of theengineer,
M. M. Myrna specifications
25, at noon. Mr. Brown said he is now 1 ting Moral and Christian
sonality,
Up for election this year are Knight, Riley King, Ellen Lee,I Emery Dawkins. The bids call
for num. Abil.
applications plate Character and Leadership
the Comm Simon Lyons, Johnnie Mercer, ,
the three seats on for the delivery of the equipment
be reserved. ten in the cumin
bers to ity. The top .
Carolyn Mercer, Murtice Moody,
sion. This being a mayor tion also judged on Poise within 120 days.
mission form of city government are Walter Muznerowski, James S. Is In the
Under Pressure and Response toI The city now processof
from the District Methodist Clara A. McCrai ,
the mayor Is selected McDonogh, constructing the building
commissioners at the organi2! I a Question. R. E. Powell, Elnora L. Pinner,
The ten were Elizabeth which will house the equipmentand
Men's WorkshopHeld top Thomas M. Pinner, Jr., Chester R.
tion meeting.
I Allen, Margie Blakely, Anne, supplies for the treatment
7 m. Alma W. Sheffield
from a. Ruggles, ,
The polls are open
Lynn Bourne, plant. It will be located on the
Bourne Betty
to 7 p. m. March 8 in the audio HereThe Louis S. Sheffield, John W. Seay,
Rabeth Hers City Water Works property at
Sherry Hargett
torium of City Hall, (Bunnell, Howard Taylor, Jr., Mary E.
Susan McMlll the east city limits.In .
Ann ,
District MethoiMen's Hugas
DeLand White L. M.
Civic Center). White, Joseph E. ,
other business the Commis. .
north Brenda Murray and Kay Weaver.
the
for
i Workshop Whitaker. Clifton' Webb, Lucille
end of the district was held atI First runner up was ''Sherry: Tom sioners named the following poll
Webb, Anna Wetherington,
Legion Post I the: First Methodist Church of Uargett; second runner up, Elie Torrence. holders for the March 8 city

Bunnell on Tuesday evening. The abeth Allen; third runner i up, elections: Bea White, Geneva

Hears Budding workshop was under the dir Betty Lynn Bourne. Rodgers, Amorette Wells, Jennie

ion of Herbert Talton, District Miss Blakely is a senior at the Four Qualify In Green and J. C. Rodgers.

Orators Talk Lay Leader, and Dr. Joe A. Toll! Bunnell High School, Drum They also purged the voting

District Superintendent. Majorette of the Bunnell School Flagler Beach list for the city. A list of names

Members of Flagler Post, The The group was divided into I, Band, member of the school basketball dropped from the list due to vot-

American Legion, at its meeting! 'I, two study groups. Stewardship team and also active in City ElectionIncumbents ers moving away or deceased is
Monday evening heard talks by' I activitii, carried in this Issue of the
other
Bunnell'' was led by Rev. Ben Rider, pas.; nany campus
two participants from I she plans toI Floyd J. Collins Tribune.
tor of the First Methodist Church I II I After graduation
High School who are entered I in'' of Daytona Beach. I I attend Daytona Beach Junior and Willis A. McDowell have Accepted the resignation of

the Legion Oratorical Conte I 'ollege. ualified to run for re-electi Harold Hoff as a member of the'ity

They are Dale Abbott and Susan I The Layspeaking group wasled in the City of Flagler Beach Police Department as of

McMillan. by Harry Edwards, Chairman 'Commission March 8. larch 1.Heard.

They will go to Daytona Beach I of the District Kay speaking. Susan McMillian Also qualified to run for the a group of city workers
their talks on the Members of the Bunnell church commission seats :for.
soon to give two up asking for a raise in salary.

United States Constitution i in. were hosts to the group. Ther Wins In 'lection 'are C. O. Magee and After studying the budget for the
served coffee and doughnuts duro; LegionDratorical
with other contei Mlssinne.
competition I 'Charles J. year 1965.66, the Commissioners

ants. ig the break.ATHER Contes The election will be held on stated they were In the middle of

The post voted to attempt to Tuesday, March 8, and the polls the budget year and they could

inform all persons 65 years cage I OF AVERLE' Susan McMillian was selected, will be open from 7 a. m. until not give the requested raise,un.less -

and over concerning the BROWN DIES INVEST as the Flagler County Represent. 7 p. m.This they let one employe go and

necessity to register with the I VIRGINIAMr. hive in the American Legion is the first time the cityhas put one on part time employent. .

Daytona Beach Social Security ratorical Contest. Dale Abbott used absentee ballots for the .

Office before March 3t-the and Mrs. Averley Brow was the runner up. The selection ection. The qualifying dead.line They voted to write a letter tothe

deadline.The were called to Seth, West Va, was made at ,Bunnell HIgh candi.date > State Road Department inDeLand
for
as a
qualifying
his
death of
the
post will secure from Social Tuesday by School Tuesday morning and calling attention to the

Security a quantity of leaflets father, Anthony Brown. He was sponsored by American >Le.gion was February 15. unsafe condition of Highway 11west

explaining the new Med. passed away in a hospital 1 in Post 115 of Bunnell. Theyare of Bunnell in Flagler Coun.ty. -

care requirements. Mrs. Victor Parkersburg, West Va., after along judged on a point system. LUB: PROGRAM FOR They pointed out there were

Buckles, member of the post and illness. He was a lifelong TUESDAY PLANNED 11 fatal accidents on this high-
for the Red sident of that area and served, Miss McMillian will particl
chairman
general "Respect Your Elders" nightwill way during 1965, and also thefirst
this: Elder of the Church of in the District Contest with!
as an
Cross drive in the county pate be observed next Tuesday; fatal accident of 1966 oc-
,to furnish beach Christ there for 48 years. He was: presentatives from Brevard,
has agreed
year, March 1, when the Flagler SeniorCitizens erred Sunday on the highway.
of the community chairmen 83 years of age. Putnam, Volusla, Duval, Nassau Club holds its 6 o'clockdInner Dr. John Canakaris appeared
will distribute four sons: and St. Johns Counties.The I
the leaflets and they Survivors include meeting in Community asking about a building permit

them when soliciting Red rerley Brown, Bunnell; Allison Post will present Susan lIall of the Municipal Building I for a Medical Arts building on

Cross funds.It E. of Elyria, Ohio; Aubry Brown, with a medallion and a $25 savings Flagler Beach. Lots 3.12 of Block 62. He wastold

was announced that the post Seth, and Paul of Hurricane, W.Va. bond. They will also present During the musical interlude to present his request for

realized more than $3000 from three daughters, Mrs. Hayward rmit look In the
; Dale with a medallion and a $10cash which is a regular feature that so they may

the turkey shoots conducted during Lamp of Parkersburg; Mrs award. Susan is a member: follows the dinner hour, a quar.tet zoning regulations.

the holidays.It Robert Warren of Seth; Mrs. W. of' the senior class and Dale is a composed of Ben Mellinger,
was also announced that at J. Bennett of Hopevllle, Va. Also
EASTERN STAR
member of the junior class. George Wageman, Andy Jansicand
March meeting of the post 17 grandchildren
the surviving are
Walter Creal will
sing some LECTS; NEWOFFICERS
the birthday of the American) and nine great grandchildren.
old barber
of the familiar shop;
Legion will be observed, and Funeral plans were not com.pleted
lodies. Program Chairman
initiation ceremonies for all new when Mr. Brown left Tues. World Day Of Mrs. Irma Parker is recruiting Officers for Bunnell Chapter

members of the post will be held day but it was expected that the( I others the membership to< No. 93, O. E. S., were elected atthe

i I services will be held there todayfrom Prayer Will Be participate among in future programs.lembers meeting Tuesday night.

GAME AND FRESH I the Church of Christ. and guests who will Those elected were:

WATER FISHCOMMISSION )observed FridayThe be attending the meeting nextTuesday Myra Ellen Wadsworth, Wor.thy -

FARMERS TO VISIT I are asked to bring acovered Matron; Shelton Brooks,

business meeting of the World Day of Prayer willbe dish or dessert and tableservice. Worthy Patron; Wanda Mercer,
A SOUTH AMERICA'lorida I 25, at cof Associate Matron; Henry Scott,
and Fresh Water Fish r held Friday, February The club furnishes
Game Agriculture's 1966 the First Baptist AssocIate Patron; Wilma Brock,
Commission will be held at Tallahassee 1 p- m. at fee.
to People Mission Beach. Meditation Secretary; Shirley Chambers,
beginning at 9 a. m. Goodwill People- Church of Flagler .
Friday, February 25, accordingto to South America will beheaded time will begin at 12:45 WSCS To HoldBook Treasurer; Carolyn Scott, Con.ductress .
this by J. FrancisCooper World Theme is "YouAre ; Carolyn Raulerson, As.sociate
W. B. Copeland, chairman.The year p. m. The Study And
Rufus Mil \
meeting site will be in the > former editor of the Ag- My Witnesses." Luncheon Conductress;

Water Fish ricultural Extension Service and The Women's Society of Christian ler, Sentinel.Mrs. .
Game and building Fresh located at Experiment Station, University The World Day of Prayer, observed Service of the Bunnell Meth.odist [ Wadsworth said she willname
Commission
each year, is sponsored her appointive officers inthe
of Florida.A will have a bookstudy
Meridian street, Talla Church
620 South : group will leave MiamiAugust by United Church Women of theNational on Wednesday, March 2, near future and she is planning -
hassee. Council of Churches. for installation of officers
Interested sportsmen and general 10 and return August 31'1 from 10 a. m. to 2 p. m. Therew11l
churches are:
The participating March 12.Mrs. .
and i on
invited to attend Visits with farm people be a covered dish luncheon
public are commission. ganlzations will be made in FIrst Methodist Church of Bunnell at 12'o'clock.. [ Wadsworth said this year
the
of
the meeting members are: Jack Brazil, Uruguay, Argentina, Chileand I, First Baptist Church ofBunnell The book study will be Acts, wil1 mark the 50th Anniversary
Commission
First Methodist Church of the chartering of the local
W. Peru. Then and Now. President MaxineBuckles
Florida Region;
Cllett, South Both men and women will beamong of Flagler Beach, Community all ladies of thechurch O. E. S. Chapter and plans areunderway
Northeast Region; urges
B. Copeland, : Church of Flagler
Memorial obser.vation
and for significant -
those participating to join in the book study
Region;
Northwest '
Ronald Wise, and the host church. Rev.Max .
for Beach, of the date. The Charter
still available
are covered dish for
Everglades Region openings and to bring a
W. T. McBroom the mediion.
Hall will present 1916.i' .
interested Contact your. date was April 19
Harold W. Ashley, Central : persons. the luncheon.
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County Agent for further details.,t
Region.


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PAGE TWO THE FLAGLER TRIBUNE, BUNNELL, FLORIDA Thursday, Feb.. 24, 1966-----
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No Counties Predict New salads, topping for desserts. The I waste or bother of peeling and I Subscribe to The Flagler Tribune

new product has none of the slicing.
I $2.50 A Year It Advance
Exempt in 65 Peach ProductConsumers I


Highway Fatals may soon be ableto BUDDY KNOX I --i_ -- ... 'FiV'I

buy sliced fresh peaches at O. F. ALT7ORD
Col. H. N. Kirkman, Directorof the height of their color and YOUR ATLANTIC DEALER

the Department of Public I flavor. Bunnell Atlantic Service Station Ii I'I Registered

Safety, reported today the high Made from fresh freestone i Real Estate Broker

way death figures rolled to a I peaches that are too ripe to ship x Day Phone 437.3625U. BunnelL Florida

record high of 1,666 traffic fatalities I for the fresh market, this new Highway 1 ({!j / Night Ph. 437.3944 i

in '65, marking it as the j product can be held for about 12
TOUUT op TIIF.
worst year in Florida's history.Not weeks-3 times longer than fresh REPAIR, REBUILD GENERATORS, STARTERSAND .HIKXTII iv rmcriT Jl'mI CIRCUIT I\

one county of Florida's whole peaches will keep, accord. CARBURETORS I AM.. .onun.FOR IV FLAGLKIl CHANCERY.COUNT NOTICE.
sixty-seven got through the year ing to food technologists with OK MIT.. CHANCERY NO. 8237: :
24 Hour Heavy Duty Wrecker Service'MWVWJWJWWYJVJWVJ 'MARLENE A. 1-OKORNBT
without a traffic death occurringon the Florida Agricultural Extension Plaintiff,
their highways, however Gil- Service. I; vs.
( JAMES 3. POKORNEY,
Christ County had only one high The new process was devised ... Defendant.
................. ... . ..NoI'rI'rI't ORDER OK IHIIILICATION
way fatality during 1965. Six by scientists at the Georgia Agricultural I IN THE NAME OF THE STATE

counties had only two occur and I Experiment Station FOR ALL HOURS-DAY OR NIGHT TO OF: FLORIDA JAMES J.: POKORNEY whose

those were Baker, Dixie, Brad working under contract with the residence Is unknown, how

ford, Gulf, Jefferson and Lafay U. S. Department of Agriculture.The AMBULANCE address ever, his is:last 48 Paumanake known mailing Av-

ette. All are relatively small I new process involves I enue, Babylon, New York
PHONE VAlley 4 1625 You are hereby required to file
rural area counties but each j washing, peeling, and slicing the SERVICE with the Clerk of this Court your

with major highways.The peaches, packing them in wide- ST. AUGUSTINE, FLORIDA filed answer herein to the against BUI of you Complaint In the

state's leader was Dade mouth glass Jars, covering them above entitled cause on or before
with 172 traffic deaths, followedby with a light syrup, and protect. Never be hesitant about calling a Garcia Ambulance. We I the and 21st serve day a of copy March thereof A. D., upon 1966

Duval and Palm Beach both ing them with a weak preserva are always at your service with promptness safety and I attorney OSSINSKY herein& GEORGE.whose address plaintiff's Is

with 112 highway fatalities. tive. Refrigeration is required experience. 500 North Oleander Avenue, Day-
the county-by- because the tona Beach Florida "The Flagler
Alphabetically, peaches are not Tribune" is hereby designated as
county death totals are as follows cooked or heat-treated as in the Equipped With Oxygen Resusitator and Inhalator the newspaper In which this order
shall be published once a week for
: case of canning.As 4 consecutive weeks. HEREIN

Alachua, 33; Baker, 2; Bay, 31; marketed, the product is Garcia Funeral HomeP. CONFESSO FAIL NOT WILL OR A BE DECREE ENTERED PRO

Bradford, 2; Brevard, 40; Brow. suited for any of the dozen AGAINST YOU FOR SUCH FAIL
E. GARCIA Licensed Funeral Director URE.
ard, 89; Calhoun, 6; Charlotte, "fresh peach" uses-short cakes, The nature of this suit la a bill

11; Citrus, 16; Clay, 15; Collier, peaches and cream, peach whip, LADY ASSISTANT [, for divorce.
, 26; Columbia, 13; Dade, 172; De- ...WUWVWJAWVWUVlAWVWASAfTMAT3 '.fI............v..........,,""............. i Runnnell WITNESS, Flagler my hand County and Florida seal at,
-- ---- -- this 14th day of February, A. D.,
soto, 7; Dixie, 2; Duval, 112; Es- 1966.
THERE'S KELVIN THE. A MISMTf FINE LOOK I CAN NOT!''THIS OUST
Official Seal EMIL A. SMYTHEAs
cambia, 51; Flagler, 17. MOOCHE.K.: LETS DRIVE. : SON TOO GOT,AN6l1S.' A NOBLE HAPPENS TO Bt M* ( Clerk) Circuit Court
Franklin, 3; Gadsden, 11; Gil- OVER AND LIT HIM 0611 HEAD,CLASSIC FEATURES AND WIFE'S SON Bf HER Flagler l n ldaDeputy
THIS NIFTY USID CAR FROM INTELLIGENCE: WRITTEN ALLOVER FIRST MARRIA.&E By Julia R. Harvey,
Gulf 2
Glades 8
christ
1; ; ; HIM. WAY PAL, Clerk
Hamilton, 12; Hardee, 6; Hendry, KRANTZMOTORS CAN tTll tOO T& iMA A PIN, Feb. 17.24 & Mar. 3-10-4tcI
PA"tOA"'I i -
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8; Hernando, 21; Highlands, 13; \ THE CIRCUIT COURT OF
Hillsborough, 99 Holmes, 9 Indian FLAGLER COUNTY, FLORIDA
IV: CHANCERY No. S222
River, 6;; Jackson, 13; Jefferson JOSEPH P. SLODYSKO.

2; Lafayette, 2; Lake, 32; 4 o vs. Plaintiff,

Lee, 24; Leon, 19; Levy, 6; Lib VERONICA DELORES SLODYSKO,

erty, 4; Madison, 8 Manatee, 34; 0 NOTICE TO DEFEND Defendant.
Marion 21.Martin THE STATE OF FLORIDA TO:
VERONICA DELORES
15; Monroe, 22; Nassau SLODYSKO

14; Okaloosa, 15; Okeecho- !, Philadelphia 1804 East Tusculm PennsylvaniaYou Street

bee, 5; Orange, 66; Osceola, 18; are hereby notified that a
suit has been filed in
Palm Beach 112 Pasco 17 Pin against you
; ; the above entitled cause; and you
ellas, 74; Polk, 80; Putnam, 19; are hereby required to file your
answer with the Clerk of this Court.
St. Johns, 18; St. Lucie, 12; San ,., and to serve a copy thereof upon
ta Rosa, 13; Sarasota, 29; Semi the plaintiff or plaintiff attorney,
whose name and address is:
nole, 16; Sumter, 9; Suwannee, SAMUEL V. HOLCH

14; Taylor, 5; Union, 3; Volusla, k Palatka.110 North Florida Third 32077 Street

54; Wakulla, 5; Walton, 9 Wash. not later than March 7th. A. D.,
: 1966.
ington, 13. If you fall to do so, decree pro
Col. Kirkman concluded by confesso will be entered againstyou
for the relief demanded in the
saying, "The highway slaughterwill bill of complaint. The nature of
said suit for
being divorce.
be only minimized and re WITNESS my hand and seal of
duced when a driver realizes said Court this lilt day of February,
A. D. 1966.Official .
that nothing protects a man like ( Seal) E. A. SMYTHE

himself. Drive within the law By Clerk Julia of said R. Harvey Circuit Court

yourself and keep a sharp look. Feb. MO.n.H-4t. Deputy Clerk.
out for the other fellow who
doesn't!" \ IV CIRCUIT COURT OK TUB
rr BVEVTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT
IV AND FOR FLAGLER COUNTY
"'LOInD.IX CHANCERY No.
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ELLA RAE CHANDLER.
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Aluminum Foil fi.. vs. Plaintiff,

;..; .. WILLIAM REX CHANDLER

Saves CleaningThe NOTICE OK Defendant.SUIT
IN TIlE NAME OF TilE STATE
most careful cook occasionally OF FLORIDA:
TO: WILLIAM REX CHANDLER
has a pot boil over or Care MRS. NET PROCTOR.

fat spatter on the stove b urners. LAURENS.514 CHURCH SOUTH STREET.CAROLINA

The use of household aluminumwill iTuU.iar9 hereby required to file
the Clerk of this Court your
cut down on top burner answer to the Bill of Complaint
cleaning.The filed herein against you In the
above entitled' cause on or before
bright, shiny reflector the 7th day of March. A. D.. 1966
pans on the electric surface units and renceV.serve, a copy thereof upon Law-
Borns. Esq., plaintiff'sattorney
help to keep the burners performing herein, whose address
412; N. Halifax Avenue p. O. Box
well. If the reflector
5217.
Daytona Beach Florida 32018.
pans have become dull through Y. The Flakier Tribune" Is hereby
designated a" the
newspaper in
long use or if you want to pro. which this order shall be publishedonce
tect new ones, line the pans with a week for four consecutive
weeks. HEREIN FAIL NOT OR A
aluminum foil, home economistswith DECREE PRO CONFESSO WILL BE

the Florida Agricultural Put them all together.that's SUCH ENTERED FAILURE AGAINST YOU FOR

Extension Service recommend.You The nature of this suit is a bill
can buy sets of prepack. for divorce.
nWIT.NESS my hand and seal at
aged foil liners or you can make "Sunshine Service"SUNSHINE Flagler County Florida.
this 28th day of January, A. D.,
your own. If you do make your 1966.

own, be sure the foil exactly fits (Official Seal) E. A. SMYTHE

the shape of the burner pan. As County Clerk Florida.Circuit Court. Flagler

To insure an exact fit, cut the By Julia R Harvey, Deputy

opening for the center with care. SERVICE works for you in many helpful ways. Clerk Feb. .
4tcBribunr
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Tuck the edge of the foil under. Besides all the conveniences of total electric living, Sunshine

neath the openings. Be sure that Service offers the services of trained representatives,skilled in the
none of the foil touches the electric tIIlir 1I1agirr
heating unit. Wipe off the efficient and economical use of electricity in the home, on the

foil liner occasionally and replace farm,in business and industry. .plus services,yours for the ask- DUNNELL, FLORIDA

It when it becomes soiled. ing!Plus,of course,10 rate reductions in 10 years saving Sunshine MRS. M B. FULLER. Editor
It's also a good idea to line
the tray underneath the surface Service customers a total of more than $38 million annually! De.lpaCe4 ewipaper for all

burners of either a gas or electric Legal AberU.a.e

range with aluminum foil to
Entered as second class matter
protect it from spills and boil- February t. mi. at the post-

overs. Then no messy cleaningor FLORIDA POWER & LIGHT COMPANY Act? .f at March: Bunsen I, 1171 Florida. tender

scouring is necessary. Just HELPING tUIlD FLORIDA

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Thursday, Feb. 24, 1966 THE FLAGLER TRIBUNE' BUNNELL, FLORIDA PAGE THREE
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Poisonings In HIGHWAY PATROL i ii

State IncreaseFor i LRIVING CITES COMMON ERRORS j I I
20,000 1
,the third year In a row, The Florida Highway Patrol I
the number of poisonings recorded warned to day against commit- wiW .
In the state of Florida has In
ting what seems like little errors \
creased. Aspirin is still the largo while driving, pointing out TOP VALUE STAMPS
est cause of poisoning.Dr. that the result is often tragedy. I
.
George A. McCoy, Directorof
the Accident Prevention Programs "There are several common errors I NO OBLIGATION-NOTHING TO BUY
of 'the Florida State Boardof that just about everyone is
Health, has tabulated the guilty of at one time or another," I THIS IS HOW IT WORKS
number of poisonings reportedby declared Patrol Comdr. H. N.
hospitals.In Kirkman, "and these errors havein Receive 800 FREE Value
Top Stamps
1963 approximately 5,000 the past caused many tragic
cases of poisoning were reported.In deaths and injury dealing and cashier Saver
1964 the figure climbed to crashes. by saving having stamp

6,500. Dr. McCoy's most recent One of the most common mistakes
tabulation for the year 1965 the motorist makes is fail coupons as they come out each week.

shows that 6,751 cases of poison. ure to heed a stop sign. Coupon
Save ((8)) in 10 week period
ing were reported by hospitals, "Just rolling up to a stop street coupons
within the state. without coming to a completehalt
Although there was little i and looking for traffic in ending Apr. 30, 66. If you have saved Cut out and have the
month to month variation, May both directions is not enough to
led all other months with 615 Insure safety for you and the ((8)) coupons stamped by cashier then cashier stamp coupon,

cases of accidental poisoning.I other drivers who may be approaching will and save ((8)) in 10 week
receive 800 FREE T. V.
July led with the number of "in. from either direction, you stamps
tentional" ingestions, some of Kirkman said. period.
which may have been suicidal. I Turning from the wrong lane and be eligible for the GRAND
More than half of all poisonings :on high speed roads can bring
I
COUPON No.1'
involved women. I I sudden death; failure to signal DRAWING for 20,000 stamps. I 1st
Of the 6,751 poisonings for I I'your intentions before making a Void after Feb. 28, '66
1965, Internal medications turn in traffic is dangerous. Prize ( I ) 10,000.2nd ((3)) 1500. 3rd ((5))
counted for 2,372 cases. Sudden stops, especially when
of aspirin, the largest aC'1 I rear lights are not in tip top 1000. 4th ((5)) 100.u. .

cause of poisoning, were working order, cause many
lowed by 1770 people. The third I wrecks that bring death and in-

most common cause of internal jury. S. CHOICE (Flavor Aged)
poisoning involved contact with Passing on curves and in no-
insecticides. In previous yearly passing zones result in head-on
tabulations, cleaners constitutedthe crashes many times a year in CHUCK ROAST lb. 49
third most frequently swallowed Florida and in almost every case
agent. there is serious injury and big
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When reports were tabulatedby property damage if not death.
age group and type of prod. Another common but seemingly U. S. CHOICE (Flavor Aged)
uct, two-year old children led all small error is to drive, even
other age groups. Aspirin was for a short distance, to the left
the product swallowed most of the centerline. Pulling out CHUCK STEAK Ib. 59
often, followed by other internal from the curb or off the shoulders
medications, cleaners, polishes, of a highway into traffic
insecticides, and kerosene. without warning is deadly. HERMAN'S LINKSmoked
Children aged 10.19 were involved "To survive in today's traffic
in 604 poisonings of which you must observe every safety
261 were due to internal medica .precaution when you d.ive- Sausage Ib 39
tions. Overdoses of aspirin were Obey and live," Kirkman sug

Ingested by 164 teenagers. gested. I

THRIFTWAY (Fancy Sliced)


CLASSIFIEDADS MM Sliced Bacon 11b.1 Pkg 79(




LUtlag. under this heading are' 3 teats per word. each liuertlon.
U. s. D. A. CHOICE FLA. GRADE "A"

seats NEW and REPLACEMENT back vinyl beige Daystron covers I HOUSE struction,FOR 3 bedrooms SALE-CBS, 2 baths con-, RIB STEAK Lb.8ge CUT-UP FRYERS 5BaLgb. 189

for six chairs. Seat 17x16 large Florida room, 2-car car
in. high, 14 inches wide at top. port, six (6) lots, 2 air conditioners ARMOUR 12 Oz. (All Meat) FRESH
Set for 2 chairs, $7; replacementfor I corner of Palmetto and GROUND .
F RAN K S Pkg.4ge BEE F 3 .139FLO
6 chairs, $19. Jerry's Furniture Lambert. Phone 437.3215 after j for
and Appliances, Old Dixie 4 p. m. Jan. 20 tf Halves

Highway, 2 miles south of Korona. FILL DIRT-Call Martin---Harding- ANE (Fla. Grown) FOLGER'S (Mt. Crown) OSAGE (Big 21/s)

Phone 4273752. for fill dirt and top soil. Phone SUGAR
Feb. 25-ltc 4373669. Jan 13-TFC COFFEE PEACHES

FOR SALE Used, automatic Furnished apartment for rent. 5 Lb. CansBag
I
37e 47e 4 9ge
washer. Reasonable. Make an of I Call Harris Appliances, 4373367. Tin for
fer. Phone i Dec. 23-tf.
437.3380.Feb.. 24-Itp Limit ((1)) with purchase Limit ((1) with purchase Limit (4) with purchase
!FOR SALE, LEASE, OR RENT- of 5.00 or more food order of 5.00 or more food order of 5.00 or more food order
2-bedroom Florida room, and
FOR SALE-1960 Chevrolet Wag.on carport beach house unfurnished.
6 cylinder; $395. 4392273. Hurricane fence encloses PRODUCE DEPT. GROCERY BARGAINS
Feb. 24-1tc back yard. Call 4373472. 2-10-tf
I GOLDEN YELLOW CHICKEN OF SEA (Lt Meat Chunk)
WANT to do baby sitting at my I FOR SALE-3 bedroom, 21/fc Lb.
home. Phone 4373984. I live on I bath, double garage, central BANANAS fOe TUN A 3 for 100
Main street near Moody Boule heating, fire place, large Florida
vard. Feb 24-tf room, situated on 160x110 waterfront GREEN GIANT ((303 Can)
PINK SEEDLESS
lot. Call 439-2203, Flagler SWEET Cans
TWO TRAILER spaces for rent. Beach. 11-4-tf PEAS 3 65 e
Deckers Trailer Park. Phone GRAPEFRUIT 3 for 29C
4373714. Old Beach Road at east I COX'a UPHOLSTERY, Bunnell, SHURFINE (Tall)
city limits. Feb. 24-2tc Fla Hwy. 11, will pick up and CANNED Cans
. ---- deliver all furniture free. For FROZEN FOODS MILK 7 100
FOR SALE-3 bedroom home, sample material and prices on
nicely furnished, spacious labor call 4373673. 7-1-tf FRO-JOY SUN LITE ((303 Can)

Call grounds after; 4 near p. m.fishing., 4392022.$6,000. I SEPTIC TANK cleaning; drain ICE MILK 1/2 Gal. 4ge ,-TOMA TOES 8 CansReserved 100
Feb. 17.24-2tp fields Installed; snail shell. Reasonable
prices. Call George Ja-
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furnished except dishes and line WE GIVE
ens. $45 per month plus utilities. METTS ccc
Irma Parker, Golden Sands I PRICES GOOD
Apartments. Feb. 10-4tp PLAGLEH BEACH REALTY CO. TOP Thurs., Fri., Sat.
I LOTS, HOMES, OCEAN FRONT,
FOR SALE-1H bath, large living I WATER FRONT, FARMS, VALUE F.d Monday
room, Florida room, garage ACREAGE SUPER MARKET 24, 25, 6I
and utility rooms enclosed, central I See us for your real estate need and 28th
heating. Shown by appoint STAMPS
Office Phone HE 9-2242
ment only. Low down paymentand I Residence Phones ID 7.3691 I 103 SOUTH RAILROAD ST. Tel. 437-3201
FHA terms. George Moody,I I or ID 7.3517
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BEST MEa-

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Dish / _
THANK YOU Books Are My I
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The Methodist Men's Club of By Dorothy Homans : _

the Flagler Beach Methodist Mr. and Mrs. C. Bagwell TayI I CLOSED SUNDAYS
Church wish to thank all of lor from Oklahoma City are i PRICES GOOD
those persons who donated articles again wintering at Flagler THURSDAY, FRIDAY, SATURDAY QUANTITY RIGHTS

and merchandise for their Beach after an absence of two I : February 24, 25 and 26, 1966 RESERVED

recent successful auction. I years, and are pleasantly surprised
Lyman L. Gage, President. at the many signs ofi I I Store Hours Monday thru Thursday, 8 a. m. 6 p. m.-Fri. & Sat. 8 a. m 7 p. m.

I progress here-particularly the j

Flagler Beach Public Library. ROYAL'S FLA. GRADE "A" WHOLE THRIFTWAY SLICEDSTEWING
OMMUNITY MEMORIAL I Mr. Taylor, once president of the
CHURCH I II Taylorbilt Construction Com I.

pany and Taylorbilt Homes, Inc., I
I : "The Lord's Unanswered Ques gave to the library some of his : Fryers Lb. 29 Bacon Lb. 79Limit

I I' tion" will be the sermon topic books on steel. Also, Mr. Taylor, :
brought by Rev. R. W. Dickert who is an artist and paints as 1

Sunday at 11 o'clock. Sunday easily as he breathes, was presi 2 please
I' School begins at' 9:35: with : dent last year of the Oklahoma B

classes for all ages. Museum of Conservative Art, and I SHORT Lb.

; The Ladies Guild will meet on has promised to paint a pictureI II, HENS. 250 I BEEF RIBS 3ge
may have to do with as I wish.
r Thursday (today) at Fellowship
Well I wish to loan it to the art I I
i Hall beginning at 2 p. m. Mrs.R.
W. Dickert urges a good attendance 1 I gallery at the library for a short !I FRESH LAMB SHOULDER I I FRESH 100% PURE
to hear Miss Agnes while, then I wish to hang it in j|I II GROUND 39

,\ who Michaelson will talk of on Daytona"Child Evang.Beach I my Mr.own H.pad N. ,Hill Cats has! joined the II R 0 A S T Lb. 59-I BEEF 3 Pkg.Lb. 1

library and it two hand.
gave
elism. Mrs. Ida Bordner will be
some volumes containing many I
the hostess. SMALL LEAN MEATYSpareribs TENDER SLICED BABY BEEF
white sketches the
black and by
I
The World Day of Prayer servo famous English illustrator, W. *
ice was announced and members Heath Robinson. The books, pri. Lb. 59* Liver Pound 59

urged to attend on Friday, Feb vately printed by the Navarre
ruary 25 from 1 to 2 p. m., at Press in London, are bound in
the First Baptist Church of Flag- I pale blue watered silk and have THRIFTY YOUR FAVORITE SHORTENING

ler Beach. the distinctive Robinson printing

1 on their spines. I can see a small Quart 3 L6.
: At the last church business' cabinet is in order to hold such Bleach S Crisco 69

I meeting the their members voted of Rev.to I elegant books. Bottle t Can
continue support Next week I will make a few
and Mrs. Ernie Batten In their comments about the Kennedy Limit 1 with 5.00 or more food order Limit 1 with 5.00 or more food orderFoigers
furtherance of their education I book-last week I was not in the
before returning to the mission

field. (Continued on page 7) r 1 10 "

-- --- -- ..u_ ___ _.._ Instant Coffee Jar $119
FLORIDA INLAND NAVIGATION DISTIUOT! .
!STATEMENT OK CONDITION AT DECEMBER 31. IDAS

................. ....... .....AiI...!.... .'.TO........ ... ... ................... ...........$114,620.35Lands
Cash In Banks
Owned rln''Fee......... ....... ............ .......... ...... ....._............ ........... 41917.61: 46 Oz. DEL MONTE 18 Oz. KRAFT I
: : : :: : : :
Office Petty Cash Furniture............&.....Equipment- .. -......,...,.. ..._.. 6-452-J2 35.00 PINEAPPLEGRAPEFRUITJUICE BAR-B-QUE


..........................................MAIIIMTIF.4Surplus ......_................................_....-..-,.............$163,025.26 163025.26 I .. 3 for 89- SAUCE35' i

RECEIPT Cash In Bank! II January 1. 1965.............................................._..............$119.244.48

I Received Payment duringthe on MSA 618-C year:.................._........$18,755.00 10 Oz. KRAFT GRAPEJELLY ;
615 ..................... 303 GREEN GIANT
Payment on on MSA MSA-410 Group.................................. 33,750.00Payment 876.00

r Broward Quitclaim County for Right.....of......Way.............................. 10.00 GARDEN 245"Save ;
t Interest Earned ............-.......-....................... 6680.76
....... ,
Encroachment MSA641A. 750.00
Lease Rent on to City of Pompano Beach............ 1.00 PEAS 51 ro 9c on two 1

I Association Lease to Juno.....Property...................Owners............................ 1.00 4 Oz. LYKES
Lease to City of Boyntort Beach............. 1.00 VIENNASAUSAGE I

Lease pipeline of, etc.MSA-726...........for.......storing............................... 1.00 Limit 5 please I
.......................
Bale of 1.188 yards..of......sand................................ 118.80Tax -49'
Sale Redemptions of Maps............................_................... 2.72 9.00 PILLSBURY (Reg. 41c) t
Commissioner's ...........
Refund Refund on Equipment Repairs Per Diem................ 110.00 35.00 CAKE Save 20c on three I

re Reimbursement: MSA's 712. 712-A.Administrative 712-B.......costs.............. 75.00 61176.28 GIANT BOX

Total Cash January 1, 1965 and received during year.._..............180420.76 FLOUR 3 for1 ro i

UlSnrilSKMENTSl Office Furniture & Equipment................$ 80.55' 80.55Admlnl.hath' SALVO Box 59- ;t

Bond" Premiums ExpensesSurety ...............................$ S25.75Commissioners' 14 Oz. STOKELY'S
Per Diem.......................... 7.255.00Commissioners' Reg. price 79o-Save 20c each I
Mileage ..............._.._....... 2,963.40Employee's '
Rent Salary..............:::::::::.,..::::::::::::::::::::::::::: 3,300.00Office 500.00: CATSUP 2 Tor 39 FROZEN FOODS
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Safe Deposit Box Rent............................... 12.60
.............
Postage Stationery......Printing...................&.....Supplies......................-....... 150.00 46.15 16 Oz. Ctn. RICH'S FROZEN
Telephone Expenses .................................... 570.47 ""
Commissioners'! Miscellaneous Expense.!! 41.25 $15,464.52
FRESH
PRODUCE "RICH25,,0

: Legal EvpenieiAttorney's Salary ........................................$10,000.00 GOLDEN RIPE
1 & .............
Stationery.Postage .. Printing............... Supplies._ 74.65 30.00 Save 4c
\g Travel Telephone Expense'Expense....:::::::::::::::::....::::::::::::::::::: 1283.80 279.95: BANANAS 3 39'' ea.

Legal Advertisements ............................._. 558.49 DAIRY
! Miscellaneous Expense .............................. 290.50 12517.39
1 r\-fjiMOKuixc!. SIHVEYS! A 8 Oz. PILLSBURY

; riuHi IUMKTIOenernl .......................... VINE RIPENEDTOMATOES2LLS.290.BISCUiTS.for
Manager's Salary............................._...$12.500.00Manager's
Office Secretary Help ......................._............... 3,227.46Extra 3,033.50Maps 39u.
Prints & ......._.................... .
Supplies.................................... 4,327.68
, Telephone Expense Expenses............................................ 1,038.33Travel 2376.85
& Office ........... ...........,
:. Postage Expense ? 752.34Office
& Rent......................... t.Vu' BAKERYPOTATOES
Equipment
1,997.46
Miscellaneous Expense ..._......................... 113.32 S. No. 1 WHITE-Ve
Equipment Repairs ..............................._... 146.48Dues EVERFRESH-Small
& Subscriptions! ......._......_............... 693.20 Loaf

Special the Intracoastal Statistics relatingto Waterway................. 95.10 SSO,301.7214IC.I.I.ANEOt.S 10 Lb. 49
Bag BREAD.. 585'LARGE
Holland Buckman:XI'ENSJo:1Henry ..........................$ 6774.15
.............. Limit 1
Title Cordon Insurance Elwell Travel......._....Expense............................... 47.12 47.30 please LOAF-4 for 85c

Liability Meeting,Room&Re other Rent Insurance...for................................._................... 118.60 25.00 '\ .................................:.......................". .................". / / . ... . .

Expense! : Display, Waterways............. EA
I Bank Meeting checks Miami......November........................1965...................... 178.67 5.10 50 50 50 EXTRA
F FREE 50 EXTRA .S.
Tax Assessors' Fees ........................................ 2.64' 7,198.58 FREE 50 FREE
S & H GREEN STAMPS
RIGHT OP WAY EXPENSEl S & H GREEN STAMPS

Processing MSA-410 Quitclaim.... Deed on...... S & H GREEN STAMPS
part $ 75.00
Recording Fees :::::::::::::::::::::::::::_.._:::::::::. 29.10: With this coupon and your With this coupon and your With this
Certificates on Titles..... 113.25 of purchase coupon and your
purchase two ((2) of
Engineering Services, Jupiter Inlet::::::: 20.30: $ 237.65 one 10 oz. purchase of (1)
Twin Pack one
Total Disbursements ....................................._.... 65800.41 Cut-Up Fryers Everfresh three ((3) pound
Cash In Banks December er 31, 1965.....................-.J O. Potato Chips
This Statement has been prepared In accordance with provisions of Coupon Expires Beef Roast
Chapter 14723, Laws of Florida 1931. Details of accounts with supporting Coupon Expires
vouchers are on file In the office of the Treasurer. Saturday, Feb. 26, 1966 Saturday, Feb. 26, 1966 Coupon Expires
O. F. ALFORD.
Saturday
Treasurer. Feb. 26, 1966





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Thursday, Feb. 24, 1966 THE: FLAGLER TRIBUNE, BUNNELL, FLORIDA PAGE FIVE
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MR. and, MRS. JAMES C. SNYDERSnyderMatthews
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Drummer Boy (4-8( lb. Avg.) SLICED FREE
Miss Mary Elizabeth Matthews maid of honor. She wore a mint
daughter of Mr. and Mrs. green dress made of chiffon and
Martin Harding, became the lace, and a mint green chapel SMOKED PICNICS Ib. 49'

bride of Mr. James C. Snyder, tram.
son of Mr. and Mrs. Howard John Charles Matthews, broth.
Shirk of Tampa, on Friday, Feb er of the bride, was best man. Our Value (Limit 4 with food order)
ruary 11, in the First Baptist George Jarosz and John Taylor

Church of Bunnell. Rev. Shelton were ushers. afterwards TOMATOES can fOe FLO-CANE
Brooks officiated. There was a reception
in the church recreationroom. Royal LONG GRAIN SUGAR
Given in marriage by her Miss Patricia Harding Ib.
father, the bride wore a full kept the bride's book. RICE 3: CelBag 3ge lb.
length gown of silk chiffon witha Out of town guests includedthe 5 %5e
chapel train. She carried a bridegroom's mother, Mrs. Blue Plate Qt. Jar Bag
bouquet of white carnations centered I Mary Shirk of Tampa. Also his Limit 1 with $5.00 or more food order
with an orchid corsage. I sisters, Jean Hudson and Jessie i. MAYONNAISE E. 49C
Miss Karen Abraham was the Coleman of Orlando.
___u__ Duncan Hines WHITE-YELLOW-
HRIDE-ELECT MARY Mrs. Adair retries and young DEVILS FOOD-LEMON SUPREME _
'daughter of Chattanooga, Tenn.,, DAIRY SPECIAL _
MATTHEWS HONORED are visiting here for two weeks CAKE MIXES 3 Pkgz.. 100
WITH A SHOWER with her parents, Mr. and Mrs. Kraft Qt. Bottle

Mrs. Walton Kinney of St. Clyde Lewis.
Johns Park was hostess Tuesday MAXWELL HOUSECOFFEE ORANGE JUICE Ea. 290
miscellaneous shower Guests of Rev. and Mrs. Oliver
evening at a .
for Mary Matthews, who became Taylor, Sunday through Tuesday
the bride of James Snyder were Mrs. Taylor's parents,, FROZEN FOODS -
Mr. and Mrs. J. T. West of Ib.
evening.The
last Friday I 490
bridal motif was carriedout Miami. Tin Winter Garden 20 oz. Size

in the favors and decora Mrs. Bertha Grimes is spend. Limit 1 with $5.00 or more food order COCONUT CUSTARD, CHERRY, PEACH

tions. ing two weeks in Clewiston with
Mr. and Mrs. David Lewis. APPLE PIES 3 for 8ge
Shrine Club I FRESH PRODUCE _

Dinner In Mrs. Rosely Cameron is visiting .
St. AugustineThe this week in Atlanta, Ga., U. S. No. 1
Shrine Club dinner at the with her brother-in-law and sis lb. Proctor & Gamble's New Detergent
Ponce de Leon Hotel will be at ter. Her sister is ill at their home TOMATOESCalif. 190

7 p. m. on Friday, February 25. there. BOLD
The social hour will begin at ; Sunkist
Mrs. Ethel Lee Whitaker visited Doz. Giant
I 6:30: p. m.
LEMONS
This is the Potentate's official in DeLand Sunday and Monday 390 SSe
with her son-in-law and
Shrine Clubs in St. Johns,
visit to
Putnam and Flagler Counties. daughter, Mr. and Mrs. Louis Ga. Red Limit 1 with $5.00 or more food orderSWEET

Members of the Shrine Clubs Friedman. POTOTOES '"" JOe
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and their ladies are invited. j
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:, NOTICE TO VOTERS 50 100 50

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COUNTY REGISTRATION BOOKS with coupon & purchase with coupon & purchase* with coupon & purchase*

FLAGLER OFFICIALLY OPEN IN THE SU- I of ((1) 12 oz. Mug Zephyr >of ((1)) DUST ABSORBER* of ((1) Giant Size
BE
WILL
PEANUT BUTTER BROOM AD DETERGENT
PERVISOR'S OFFICE AT THE COURTHOUSE Coupon Void After Coupon Void After Coupon Void After

Monday, Feb. 28, 1966 Monday, Feb. 28, 1966 Monday, Feb. 28, 1966
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MARCH 3rd 1966 THRU


APRIL 2, 1966


OFFICE HOURS:

Weekdays: 8:30 a. m. to 4:30 p. m.

Saturdays: 8:30 a. m. to 12 Noon
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MARY E. SMITH

Phone 437-3227
Supervisor of Elections for
OPEN SUNDAYS U.S. No. 1 BUNNELL
Flagler County 8:00 a.m.-zOO p.m.

Quantity Rights Reserved Prices Good February 24, 25, 26, 27 and 28, 1966



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PAGE SIX THE FLAGLER TRIBUNE, BUNNELL, FLORIDA Thursday, Feb. 24, 1966
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Mr. and Mrs. Carlton Johnstonhad I Outlook For .
as their guest last week their

JocaA son, Airman John H. Metts, and CRAIG FUNERAL HOMEA.
Family LivingWhat's
his friend, Airman Jerry Stanley,

(Continued from Page 5) from Turner Airforce Base in Albany the outlook for family H. CRAIG. Funeral Director
Ga. They have been transferred l Mvlng in 1966 JOHN CAPO
ManagerAIR
Mrs. Gladys Starkley of Tampa to Patrick Airforce Base More money to spend and

visited In Haw Creek with Mr. near Cocoa for special trainingin more people to spend it, accordIng OXYGEN

and Mrs. Walter Knight, Sunday. aircraft maintenance. to home economists with the ..ONDITIONEDCHAPEL I LADY I EQUIPPED
forme Florida Agricultural Extension ATTENDANT
Mrs. Starkley Is ther AMBULANCES
Spending the winter here and Service.
Gladys Moody of Bunnell and a visiting with Mrs. Gertrure Rich
Phone
These two facts account for ID 7-3532
sister of Mrs. Knight's. are Mr. and Mrs. Reginald Millerof the strong demand situation
Greencastle, Pa. 201 E. MOODY BLVD. BUNNELL. FLORIDA .
which has been the keynote of .
Visiting here last weekend 1965's economy and may well describe
with Mr. and Mrs. C. A. Riddell, CARD OF THANKS the outlook for 1966, the se. ----- ------- -- -- ------
and at the Beach with Mr. and home economists
Mrs. Rid. We would like to thank all of say. I Ever had BEER-BECUE? 1
Mrs. C. O. Magee, was
Almost every major category j
friends
our and neighbors for
_'_I'1cnn.'
J Si of
dells son, oy sco w.u
:: : their sympathy and the many of family purchases now costs
ville. I deeds of kindness that came to slightly more than 1964-whether 1 I

us in the recent loss of our it is food, clothing, housing 1 I
Clyde Lewis and his daughter, mother. For the flowers, cards, costs, certain aspects of trans. 1 I
Mrs. Adair Parks and daughterof visits, dishes of food and the portation, including rising automobile 1 II

Chattanooga, spent Sunday in many other kindnesses we are Insurance, or medicalcare. I
Clewiston visiting with Mr. and deeply grateful. 1 II

Mrs. David Lewis. Mrs. Bertha The family of Mrs. Minnje Prices for materials and fin II
Grimes accompanied them there Brunner England ished goods are expected to continue I
'and will remain for a visit of to rise moderately in 1966. BEER PARtY II

two weeks. Mrs. Clyde Lewis, Many of the trends and muchof
who had visited there for ten : fagLr3each the momentum of 1965 are expected 1 s-A 1

days, returned home with them. to carry over into 1966. 1 II

Growing employment, relatively 1
(Continued
from page 4) I
Guests of Mr. and Mrs. Ferris low unemployment, and some it Get therecipe 1I

Solomon during the past weekend mood. But I won't make many.I what higher wages and pricesare I ___..__, _. It's chxkfut of Hen I
:==:=.-:.: .:: for decorations, en-
brother and his have not the knowledge eitherof expected. I
Included her I in this g'fgg; :=: tertiinmeats and
family, Mr. and Mrs. Willard history or politics necessaryfor Compelling economic need is I FREE ===?T1 -- recipes for the most I
Carver of Douglas, Ga. judging such a book. But I a major factor in the decision to / 2 e-,:.: fun party of ill.Send 1
do know about style and the work for an increasing number GUIDE =: :.::.::.::.= for it today! I .

Mary Susan Brannam, daughter writing that holds the Interestno I of women. There will be a rising I to I

of Mr. and Mrs. Levi Bran matter what it is about. I demand for women with specific Boer Party/USA
nam, was on the Deans List at swear I will write about It next skills and high levels of educa
the Florida State University in week. Come rack, come rope. tion. I II
Tallahassee for the last semes -- U.S. BREWERS ASSOCIATION Inc. / 535 Fifth Avenue, II
New York, N.Y. 10017
ter. Miss Brannam is doing her -I I
I'm Interested in beer becue. Send fret of
interne work as a teacher In the / me my copy
Volusla schools. She will be a I Beer Party/USA. II
BROWN & BROWN INC.
candidate for her degree at the Name II

end of the present semester. 1
I INSURANCEOUR 1 Street I

Gordon Shields underwent surgery
City Zip_
at the Halifax Hospital in 1 I

Daytona Beach Tuesday. He is PHONE NUMBER IS 1 State_ II

reported as recovering very / .
nicely. I UNITED STATES BREWERS ASSOCIATION, INC. II
437-3394
P. 0 BOX 171 WIMTtJ AAK rulAIOA \I! IA

I Billy Cauley and Raymond Allison I

are here visiting with their ----- -- --- -- -- --- ----
families after completing their
basic training at the Great Lakes

Training Center. They will be assigned
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to a Navy base in South
Carolina following their leave.


Guests of Mr. and Mrs. Herbert

Allen during the past weekendwere
their son-in-law and daughter

Mr. and Mrs. Jim Tracy of
Jacksonville. She is the former

Fern Allen of Bunnell.PETERSON .

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SERVICE TEXACO Apply Diazlnon


I Light ROAD Mechanic SERVICE Work I for sure control of

Phone 437.3441 3unneU
t.t '_ soil insects in potatoesand

IV TIIK COITHT Oli' COI'NTV
JI'lHiK l\ ANn KOH KI.AHI.KK
.roriSTY. KLOKIUA. lI'llO- othervegetable
I1TK.o.. W>8
IN IIU:
Estate of JOSEPH Z. GEPPERT

NOTim Deceased TO C'UKDITOIIH! crops.Whether .
Pursuant to Section 735.08, Florida
Statute, notice Is hereby given
that an order has been entered by
this Court declaring administration
of the estate of JOSEPH Z. OEP-
1'1< RT. as unnecessary. Kindly gov-
ern yourself accordingly.
First/S/ I'TbIK. McKNIGIIT4: 1966 you grow potatoes or other vegeYou can use either Diazinon AG500 emul-

3.10.17-4tc County Judge. table crops, you can rely on Diazinon Inslfjable solution in a spray, or apply
-Feb.-21-March- .-------.- secticide to deliver the superior kind of soil Diazinon 14G granular with an appropri

1TIIK..\<'iill CllirVIT COUNTY.COI11T FI.OHIIJA OKKl insect control that definitely makes bigger ate spreader.and .
CIIAM'KIIY NO. B23i: better yields possible. Since Diazinon
Katherine Elaine Elchler. is also effective against a
vs. Plaintiff, Diazinon even gives you effective conwide range of chewing and sucking insects

John Bruno Eichler, Defendant. trol of those strains of insects which have that attack foliage, you can simplify your

NOTICE TO IIK.FKNUTHE become resistant to previously used Insectotal insect control program by applying
JOHN STATE BRUNO OK FLORIDA.EICHLERco TO: ticides. So results are more certain when Diazinon foliar sprays during the season.

109 Hamburg John R. Elchler Turnpike you use Diazinon against wireworms, cut For sure insect control, order Diazinon

You Bloomlngdale are hereby, New notified Jersey that a worms,mole crickets,and maggots. today. And write us for your free copy of
suit has been filed against you In What's more, Diazinon delivers longthe brand new 1966 Diazinon Handbook.
the are hereby above entitled required ktoorlhr.o'll'O cause; and you answer lasting control without creating residue It has all the information.

and to with serve the a copy thereof upon t, problems in the crop you treat, or in sucGeigy Agricultural Chemicals, Division

the whose plaintiff name or and plaintiff address* attorney In: ceeding crops. Just follow the simple directions of Geigy Chemical Corporation, Saw Mill

ANTHONY 328 S. Orandvlew J. OREZIK Avenue on the label. Rates are low, appliRiver Road, Ardsley, New York.
Daytona Ueach. Florida cation is easy.Generally .
not later than March 19. A. D. 1966.If .
you fall to do so, decree pro you can control most soil insects Geigy
confesao will be entered againstyou by disking in a broadcast application CICATOKS Of CHIMICAll rOI MOOIIM
for the relief demanded In the
bill of complaint. The nature of of Diazinon within one week of planting. Diazinon
aid null belrg for divorce.
WITNESS my hand and seal of
aid Court this 9th day of February -
. A. D. 1966.OlHclal .
., ( E. A. SMYTHS
Clerk of said Circuit Court
By Julia R. Harvey e.
Deputy Clerk T
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Feb. 24, 1966 THE FLAGLER TRIBUNE, BUNNELL, FLORIDA PAGE SEVEN
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Increasing Yield cultural Experiment Stations. nually on 2.1 million acres In I height of the trees Increased 104 The "Western World" tourist
He says this second growth I Florida. I per cent over those grown the I attractions to be built by Roy
Per Acre timber, formerly considered "One of the major tools in re conventional way. Rogers In the Orlando area will
worthless, became valuable. forestation has been site prepara I The tests took place in Bradford I' feature a $10,000,000 frontier city
Of Timber LandThe I Owners began planting seedlingson tion," Dr. Pritchett said. He ex I County. on' 5,000 acres. .
on land that was not producing plained that foresters have used I -- ----
policy of the forest Industry j'money. this idea of mechanically fixing
before the turn of the century Slash pine soon became the the land and have found that 24 HourWrecker
was to cut timber and forget chief tree planted on under. abandoned fields "often gave Service
the land. I stocked land and abandoned higher growth rates" than non-
In some areas, a stand of sec i fields. cultivated land.
ond growth timber developed.But I With the changing economy In an Experiments Stations
Truck & Tractor Co.
in other areas the land was taking place, landowners have study of the effect of different I Flagler
left bare or understocked. I had to increase the yield per site preparations on growth of MASSEY-FERGUSON
However, with the coming of acre of their timber land. Large slash pine, Dr. Pritchett says that Industrial
Grove. Farm Equipment
the paper and pulp Industry, the I[planting programs have taken total ,treatment of landwherethe
economic picture changed, ac. place. Dr. Pritchett said that by tree stumps are removed and VIRGIL DECKER Phone ID 7-3242
cording to W. L. Pritchett, soils 1 1963 more than 84.6 million pine the land is plowed and harrowed Owner Bunnell, Florida
technologist with Florida's Agri seedlings were being planted an. -gave the best results. The total

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I I PAGE EIGHT THE FLAGLER TRIBUNE, BUNNELL, FLORIDA Thursday, Feb. 24, 1966

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PEST CONTROL ing of Christianity and civilization Masons To Confer THE LIVING RELIGIONBy their glory in antiquity. Todaywe

PEOPLE MUSTREGISTER In America. Masters Degree Rev. Oliver F. Taylor are confronted with life In a

Msgr. Burns said the pre-dedi- Bunnell Masonic Lodge No. 200 Pastor First Methodist world of changing values. Social
The Florida Pest Control Act cation celebration will be one of will have three candidates for and economic conditions
of 1965 requires that all persons the most elaborate musical the Masters Degree at their Christianity is a living relig always
engaged In lawn and ornamentalpest events In the history of the area. meeting on Tuesday, March 1. I ion. This is so because Christ challenge our complacency, and
i challenges us to a faith which I we should turn to the teachingsof
control must be certified by Since St. Augustine is the j The meeting will be held In I has
enough to becomea
the Pest Control Commission of birthplace of Christianity and I the Masonic Temple and snack | courage Jesus to get the Christian per-
vital Faith is
reality.
Florida to perform this type of civilization in the Western world, refreshments will be served. (Ii some ,spective. Our consciences shouldbe
thing than
simply
more
pest control. the celebration will not be Catholic Members are urged to attend. saying quickened by the words of
f j I that I believe. The words of Jesus
This means that any person, in nature, Msgr. Burns said. Christ. "Every one then who
I partnership, firm, corporation or Tom Rahner of St Augustineis as recorded in the Holy Scrip I hears these words of mine and
I Celery belongs to the same I tures are not mute symbols froma "
other business which advertises, in charge of coordinating the does them. Matthew 7:24.
I' family of plants as the carrot, I j hazy past which only hold
accepts pest
solicits, performs or festival program. II I .
control work over the telephone, parsley, fennel, caraway, and L -- ----
is In anise. The French name, "celerl,"
In writing or personally
control Ancient Greeks so admiredthe I from which the English is derived
fact carrying out pest
heroes in the Homeric poems was first mentlonel in a NOTICENotice
work, whether It be by a 500 gal-
bottle that the legendary characterswere ninth century poem written in
Ion spray tank or a
officially ordained gods in I France or Italy giving the medic
sprayer. the 620 B.C. inal uses and merits of the plant. is hereby given that a municipal election will
This does not apply to
homeowner or the laborer or I be held in the City of Bunnell, Florida, on Tuesday,

yardman working under the direction the 8th day of March, A. D. 1966, for the purpose of

of the owner, according PHONEKelley's electing three City Commissioners. All persons de-

; to the State Board of Health's siring to have their names printed upon the official

Bureau of Entomology. Fuel 1 Oil ballots as candidates are required to pay to the City
Deadline date for making
for certification is June application Clerk of said City, with whom he qualifies, a filing

30, 1966. The Florida Pest Control I CLEAN BURNING I fee of five per centum (5%) of the annual salaryof

Commission has responsibility in the office of City Commissioner of said City on or

certifying pest control operationsand H' before 12:00: o'clock noon, on the 25th day of Feb-

enforces the the State regulations.For Board of. Health STAN DARD] I' ruary, A. D. 1966.

further details contact
Notice is further given that the registration booksof
your County Agent.
the City of Bunnell, Florida, are now open for
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MUSIC FESTIVAL AT registration of voters to and including the 25th day,
PRODUCTS
ST. AUGUSTINE until 12:00: o'clock noon, of February, A. D. 1966.
A public festival of music, featuring DIESEL -:- KEROSENEHOME i

I noted Instrumental, dance Mrs. Nancy C. Rodgers, City Clerks
DELIVERY COMMERCIAL ACCOUNTS
and choral groups, will be heldon 'I
f March 8, the eve of the solemn Phone 437-7172 Bunnell, Florida I

dedication of the restored .
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I The starlight festival, called .
, Cathedral Serenade, is expectedto
attract thousands to the Plazain
front of the newly restored

cathedral, one of the nation's
oldest, according to Monsignor
John P. Burns, pastor. CHEVY PICKUPS
The area will be closed to traffic .
at 5 p. m. to prepare for the
festival, which will start at 8

p.The m. festival of classical and

popular music is being held In SMOOTHLY
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honor of His Eminence William

Cardinal Conway, Archbishop of
Armagh and Primate of All Ire

land, who will celebrate the
dedication mass in the cathedralon
March 9.
The extensive restoration of

the cathedral Is part of the pro
gram of the Diocese of St.
Augustine and the St. Augustine
Foundation in celebration of the 14aw4

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