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Title: The Flagler tribune
Physical Description: Newspaper
Language: English
Publisher: s.n.
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Place of Publication: Bunnell Fla
Creation Date: March 3, 1966
Publication Date: -1981
Frequency: weekly
regular
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Subjects / Keywords: Newspapers -- Bunnell (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Flagler County (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Genre: newspaper   ( marcgt )
newspaper   ( sobekcm )
Spatial Coverage: United States -- Florida -- Flagler -- Bunnell
Coordinates: 29.4675 x -81.256944 ( Place of Publication )
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Dates or Sequential Designation: Began in 1917?
Dates or Sequential Designation: -69th year, no. 36 (Sept. 3, 1981).
General Note: Mrs. M.B. Fuller, editor.
General Note: Description based on: Vol. 43, no. 20 (June 2, 1955).
Funding: Funded by NEH in support of the National Digital Newspaper Project (NDNP), NEH Award Number: PJ-50006-05
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Holding Location: University of Florida
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Preceded by: St. Johns tribune
Succeeded by: Palm Coast news
Succeeded by: Flagler/Palm Coast news-tribune

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MARCH 3 1966 2.50 A YEAR
BUNNELL, FLORIDA, THURSDAY, ,
VOLUME 54 NO. 9 -

t[I ERNEST JOHNSTON Four

Motor Vehicle SUPERVISOR SMITH Six Qualify For CELEBRATES 82nd QualifyTuesday

PURGES VOTING BIRTHDAY SUNDAY For
Bunnell
of
Check LIST FOR COUNTY City

Safety Supervisor of Elections Mary Ernest Johnston was honoredon County OfficesThree

On March 12A Smith said today she has purged; : Election TuesdaySix his 82nd birthday anniversary
is In the Incumbents and one
with Sunday. lie a patient
the county voting list, candidates have qualified
Vehicle Safety I Bunnell General Hospital, and other candidate qualified Tuesday
voluntary about 100 names being droped. for City Commissioner in the I
Bunnell members of the family called afternoon as candidates to
held at
will be
Check Smith said she had Bunnell city election Tuesday.
Mrs.
with birthday cake, flowers in the May primaries.
Saturday, March 12, a run
Civic Center mailed out urge cards to all Three commissioner posts are up
Charles Ganta of the and gifts to help him celebratethe Sheriff P. A. (Zip) Edmonson
1966, Capt. those who have not voted in the for election this year.
Florida Highway Patrol Auxiliary last two years and she has not Qualifying are the three incumbents occasion.Mr. qualified Tuesday afternoon to

has announced.He received answers from approximately who are running for Johnston is a lifelong resident run for re-election as sheriff In
MartinBo of Flagler County and was the May primary. He was appointed
urged all area motorists to 100. Some of the namesof : re-election. They are:
"Join the Circle of Safety: Check deceased voters have also been ( ) McDaniel, Shelton B. Barber the first sheriff of the county by Governor Burns to

your car, check your driving, removed from the qualified list. and Dave Perryman. Others when it was created. He was also fill the office when Sheriff Homer .

check accidents. Even our best qualifying are Herbert Anderson, the first town marshal of Bun Brooks died. The appointmentwas

drivers are poor risks if they are Mrs. Smith said she has post Jeffrey Seale and Genevieve nell. He has also served as County made until the next election.
list of the names droppedon
driving cars with bad brakes, ed a bulletin board in the (Jean) Palczewskl. Judge from which office he Incumbent George E. Wickline,

worn tires or other neglected the Voting time for Tuesday's election : retired. county commissioner of District:

items." Courthouse. will be from 7 a. m. to 7 5, was among the first to qualify

Capt. Ganta added: This voluntary p. m. at the Bunnell Civic Center Annual Winter when the qualifying period

Vehicle Safety Check Flagler County building. opened at noon Tuesday.

gives every motorist a chance to Band Concert Also qualifying for election

do his part in making our community Cancer. Society Four Running For as a member of the Board of

a safer place to live. Friday Night"The Public Instruction from District

Equally Important in our Elects OfficersThe Two Commission 5 was incumbent Mrs. Myrtle

challenge ,to I Biggest Little Band InDixie" Rice. Also qualifying for the
Check is the
Safety their conduct Flagler County Cancer Society BeachIn of the Bunnell School will same post was Roy Likins. Mr.
all drivers to check evening at Seats At
Both safe cars : met Monday present their Annual Winter Likins has held the office in previous .
wheel.
behind the North Pine
McDaniel home,
and safe drivers are needed to the officers and make the Flagler Beach city election Concert on Friday evening In the years.Senior .
street, to elect .
have qualified
check accidents. Crusade. four candidates Bunnell School Gym at 8 p. m.,
the April
for
plans to run in the City Commission Howard Carson said
Bandmaster Citizens
at
Check lanes will be set up | Bette McDaniel was elected for
seats
race for two up
Bunnell Civic Center to give motorists president of the County Society. today.

an opportunity to take advantage I Shelton Barber was named vice I election this year. Floyd Collins The band, under direction of Club Has Record
Incumbents,
of the voluntary Safety president and Dale Brown secre I The Mr. Carson, will play a varietyof
'have qualified
McDowell,
Check. The lanes will be open tary-treasurer. Joy Steflik will' and: Willis for re-election. Also marches, overtures and songs Turnout TuesdayAttendance
to run
5 m. Saturday from Broadway musicals.A .
from 9 a. m. to p. serve as publicity chairman.Mrs. C. J. Missinne
qualifying are at the Flagler
March 12, 1966, and will be I Nell Riggs of St. Augustine specialty of the program
and Otis Magee. Senior Citizens Club meeting
operated by members of the District Representative ;for will be a number, "Spring Overture
I mornIng -
The polls open Tuesday Tuesday evening, March 1, set
Patrol Auxil with the Student Conductor
Florida Highway the Cancer Society, met and directed by
7 m.
March 8 at a.
,
an all-time high when 83 members
in
all items
with and .
iary. Vehicles in the organizing Robby Durrance.WOl1Jen's
group close at 7 p. m. and
1966 guests were present.
will receive a
condition meeting.
safe
planning
crusade
the
will be In
Polling places including
There were seven guests
Check windshield sticker. named as
Safety Cook was
Evelyn ity building.FLAGLER. ... Town Mr. and Mrs. R. N. Hall of ,
Local members of the Highway ,the Crusade .Chiirrnalfor the .: .. -.,t. .. New York who Joined the club, s,
Patrol Auxiliary are LeVi )unty. Frances Edmonsbh was t.
t
COUNTY 'eamVarsity bringing total membership to
Brannam Sr., C. B. Eisenbach, named chairman of the education
Duane Deen and Floyd Hurl. committee. Margaret Taylor BOOKS OPEN FORREGISTRATION 100.

will be in' charge of the-loan Team To PlayThe The program for the eveningwas

made up of home talent.'here .
closet. County RegistrationBooks Women's Town Basketballteam ;
Flagler
Bunnell School been set for the was a solo by Lynn Clary,
April 15 has officially opened today in will play the Bunnell High
club chairman readings by Mrs.
Crusade Drive.WILFRED. the Supervisor of Elections Office School varsity team on Saturday, ;
Student Ass'nPlans Sarah ,Dickinson And Mrs.
in the Courthouse. They will night, March 5, Manager Margaret
Charles Charon, and a quartet
HUNTER remain open until April 2, 1966. Knight said today.
composed of Ben Mellinger,
Project COMPLETES LAWENFORCEMENT Supervisor Mary E. Smith said The two teams will play the George Wageman, Andy Jansic

The Student Association of STUDYWilfred the office hours will be weekdays benefit game for the Scholarship and Walter Creal sang two num.

Bunnell High School, which was from 8:30: a. m. to 4:30 p. m. Fund of the Country Club.
Hunter, deputy
E.
reorganized, has made Saturdays the office will be open The grme will be in the Bunnell bers.Mrs.
recently County sheriff's Irma Parker,
sheriff, Flagler program
and begun work on their from 8:30: a. m. to 12 noon. School Gym and will begin at
plans office, graduated Friday fromthe 'the books chairman asked for a show of
for
The law provides 8 m.Players.
first project. p.
Florida Law Enforcement hands from those. who would
to close 30 days before the May town team areLisa
a the
The association will sponsor Academy: In Tallahassee following for like to visit, as a group, some

series of intramural basketball completion of a very intensified elections.All in the Tilton, Pat Cowart, Molly of' Florida's principal attractions.The .

games. The players consist of 50-'hour police training program qualified voters Bertha, Sue King, Lydia Dupont, response being favorable, Itwas

already
students from Grades 9 through designed to Improve the county who are not registered thistime Janice Knight, Sereta Bradleyand agreed that the first trip

12 which did not play basketball effectiveness of Florida law enforcement must register during Beverly Cummins.The would be to Six Gun Territoryon

on any of the school teams.: in the area of crimes in order to vote in the May varsity team members of March 11. If enough want togo

The elimination games between; against property.The elections. the Bunnell school are: MargieLee ; a bus will be chartered to

the Freshman and Junior boys, highly technical subjectswere Blakely, Judy Dunson, Carla transport members and any oftheir

the Sophomore and Senior boys, presented by an impressive March' Pack Meet Tucker, Kay Weaver, Sherry Har-: friends who they would like

the Freshman and Junior girls, of experts representingsuch At Masonic HallFor gett, Brenda Tucker, Maria Hu.gas to Invite. It was believed thatthe

and the Sophomore and Senior group agencies as the Federal Cub Scout and Brenda Townsend. cost for members would beless

girls will be played at ,the school Bureau of Investigation, Attor.ney The March Pack meeting forCub this way than driving their

Wednesday and Thursday, March I General's office, Secretary Scout Pack 472 will be at MRS. CAUDILL own cars. Other trips will be

9 and 10 during the third and I' of State's Office, Florida State 7:30 at the Masonic Hall tonight DIES SUNDAY scheduled later to other attractions.

fourth periods. University, Diebold Safe Com.pany (Thursday). .

The final game between the and other private and professional All members of the Pack andtheir Mrs. Flora Caudill, wife of Dr. A number of members expressed .

winners of these games will be organizations. parents are invited to at.tend E. L. Caudill Sr., of Elizabeth interest in playing shuffleboard .

played Friday, March 12, at the Mr. Bill Bardner and HankSelf this meeting. ton, Tenn., died at her homethere at Flagler Beach City

Bunnell High School Gym startIng representing Diebold Safe Sunday morning following Park. The first meeting for shuffleboard -

at 7 p. m., with the girls' Company, discussed the strength CHANCE FOR an illness of about 10 days. : will be Thursday, March

game and followed by the boys'gam and weaknesses of locking devices AIR FORCE NURSES Mrs. Caudill was stricken with; 3, at 10 a. m. The club was offered .
at 8. There will be a small: a heart attack while vacationingwith ,
offered recommendations forced of motion picture
and While many o: us are the use a I
admission charge and a stand business andprivafe her husband in Ormond owned
on making circumstances to be content projection machine
will: by In the Halifax:
The proceeds Beach. She was
for drinks, etc. property less susceptible with only dreaming of far away by the Flagler Beach school provided
to
Association transferred
and was
go to the Student to Intruders. Dr. Vernon' Fox, a fortunate few are Hospital certain arrangements can
places
of the student last week. She was the
her home
for the publication veteran sociologist and head of enabled to make their dreams Hold- be worked out, and it Is hopedthat
Bunnell High mother-in-law of Altajane
handbook for the Department of. Correctionsand : come true.Surprisingly. Caudill and has visited herewith this offer can be accepted.The .
School. Criminology at Florida State enough, this number en and alsowas next regular meeting of \
this final T. E. Holdens
the
Come out and see students University, highlighted the program is not restricted to those of winter visitor In Ormondfor the club will be March.15 in the
the a
game coached by as a keynote speaker onCausative immense wealth. An Air Force Municipal Building Flagler "
the coaches of a number of years.
and refereed by Factors Leading toJuvenile nurse, for example, Is a world Funeral services were heldTuesday Beach.

the school. Offenses Against Prop traveler that would make even Elizabeth
in
the afternoon
at
will be a dance
There like a'stay
erty. the fabled Gulliver look The word "cauliflower" comesfrom I

Flagler Beach following Recreation the Center Intramural Students attending the Burglary at home.' ton.In addition to her husband she Latin terms "caulls" and"floris"
with a band, School According to local Air Force and means literally
Larceny, Robbery Dr. E.
There will be is survived by two sons,
games.Everyone wel represented municipal, county,, Recruiting Sergeant Dick Maves, L. Caudill Jr. and Julian Cau ibbage flower" or "stalk flow

no admission. state and federal law enforcement Air Force nurses are found dill, both of Elizabethton. Also er." Mark Twain once defined
come! Florida andAlabama. throuughout the free world from cauliflower as 'cabbage with acollege
from ,
agencies Peggy, of Lexington
Secretary of Student Association, Bangkok 'to Bermuda. Many, Infact a daughter, education..

Publicity Chairman, spend their time commut- Kentucky.

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"J \1'1 Y.*l Thursday' March 3 1966
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FLORIDA
TW6V FLAGLER TRIBUNE BUNNELL
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REQUEST FOR BIDS
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I include automatic ice makers, a storage of medicines, Sealed bid will be received In
insect I
New AppliancesFor PETERSON TEXACO the office of the City Clerk of the
seven-day meat keeper, adjust sprays, cosmetics, cleaners, City of Bunnell Florida, In the
and increased is directly responsible SERVICE Civic Center Building on or before
able shelves, mov- polishes
HouseholdsConsumers I II 4.30: << p. m. on the 7th day of March,
ability of the refrigerator.When for the more than 400 child I I ROAD SERVICE A. D. 1966, for two (2) 1,000 gallon

will find new it comes to kitchen deaths each year. A needless \ Light MechaniciJ Work gasoline regular gas tank(octane and pump number installed shall

household appliances-many of ranges, you'll see more ranges tragedy because of carelessness.Of I Phone 4373441 funnel be 92 number or more shall), high be test 97 or gal more(octane ).

them with new features-with featuring programmed cooking, course, this does not mean ::6d ....... 4 : 10W30 and Heavy Duty 30 weight

little or no advance in prices.In t meat probes, and no-turn broil. that you should be afraid to use j and oil chassis multi-purpose! lubricant.All gear. lubricant,

ers. Removable Teflon-coated these chemicals, but recognize O. F. ALT70RD price shall be firm for Hu
contrast to most other con duration of the contract period.
panels or removable oven liners, their danger. Each bid shall be addressed to
sumer products, a steady price Registered the Commissioners,
intense heat self.cleaning ovens, Read the label and follow the I City P. O. Box
I 7S6, Bunnell, Florida. The
City Commissioners
decline has been the rule for appliances I Estate Broker -
liftoff oven doors and oven-rack directions. Real reserve the right to reJect -
television, and radio In __ any and all bid and also to
the last five years, resulting in I supports, lift-off top 'heating Keep medicines and poisons in Bunnell, Florida accept the bid that In its judgmentwill
units and cooking surfaces all their original containers. be for the best interest of the
a decrease of more than 10 per I City of liunnell, Florida.
make for easier cleaning. -, WITNESS my hand and official
cent since 1960. Over the past n- seal this 25th day of February,
price declines on appliances I I A. D. 1966.
I year /SMartin B. McDanlel, Mayor
ranged from 1.10 per cent for BUDDY KNOX City BunneU- Florida'

kitchen ranges to more than 7 InsecticidesAre DEALER ATTEST/SNancy: C. Rodgers, City Clerk

per cent for room air condition. YOUR ATLANTIC March 3ltcNOTICE _

ers.If PoisonsThe Bunnell Atlantic Service StationDay ? LAW UNDER JVAMK FICTITIOr.S"

you are in the market for NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that
use of poisons in homesis Phone 4373625U. the undersigned desiring to
evaluate engage
new appliances, be sure to
In business under the
S. Highway 1 fictitious
the new accessories, home easy. Night Ph. 437-3944 name of PANTIIY PIUDE, in tho
With pushbutton ease, you County of }Flagler Intends to register
economists with the Florida Ag
said name with the Clerk
ricultural Extension Service say. can send a fog of poison into the REPAIR, REBUILD GENERATORS, 'STARTERSAND the Circuit Court of Flagler County of
inaccessible nooks and crannies Florida.
Frequently a rise Is price is re CARBURETORS I FOOD FAIR STORES. INC.,
of cabinets, corners, and base. a Pennsylvania corporation
lated to an engineering changein I boards. 24 Hour Heavy Duty Wrecker Service 000 N. W. 32nd Avenue
top-of-the-line models or an Miami, Florida 33147.
Although these sprays are ARONOVITZ. ARONOVITZ &
accessory that may or may not HAVERF1ELD.

have advantages for you. If youwait lethal to insects almost on con ',/\-0.......l'.."...!'............J'...........-.......-.". ..................-.......WUWk Attorney 1117 City' National for Registrant Bank Building
tact, it's assumed that these
to buy, the same accessoriesmay 25Vrst Flag ter Street
sprays are poisonous to insects FOR ALL HOURS-DAY OR NIGHT Miami Florida 33130
be Included in less deluxe March 3-10'17.24-Hc
but not to human beings. Suchis
models at lower cost.
not the case. IN THE COURT OF COUNTY
Here are a few new featuresto AMBULANCE JtlMiK IN AND FOR 'I.AGLEIt
Fewer than fifteen people out COUNTY, FLOH1DA. .
IN PltOBATFi.
look for in case you're shop. PHONE VAlley 41625 Wo. 808!!
of one hundred people using In.
IN RE
:
ping for new equipment for your SERVICE
home. sectlcide sprays are aware of the ST. AUGUSTINE FLORIDA Estate Deceased of JOSEPH Z. GEPPERT,

warnings on the containers, according NOTICE TO CREDITORS
The new cordless vacuum to one Never be hesitant about calling a Garcia Ambulance. We Pursuant to Section 735.08. FlorIda
cleaner Is around $50 higher survey. Statutes, notice 1* hereby given
than the standard model. The Many people simply fail to are always at your service with promptness, safety and this that Court an order has been entered by
declaring
administration
cordless vacuum cleaner runs less read the label, not realizing thatthey experience. f the estate of JOSEPH Z. GEP-
are handling dangerouschemicals. PERT, a* unnecessary. Kindly gov
than hour and its rechargingtime ern yourself
an accordingly
Insecticides labeled"poison" Equipped With Oxygen Resusitator and Inhalator First Publication: Feb. 24, 196&
is about 17 hours.
.
/ST. K. McKNIGHT
kill both insects
can
Built-in vacuum cleaning systems County JUdge.
Garcia Funeral HomeP. Feb. 24.1olarch
and people. Statistics surrounding a.IO.17-He
with a permanently installed ---
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heavy duty unit In the the misuse of chemicals in E. GARCIA, Licensed Funeral Director I\. TilE CIRCUIT COUNTY,COURT OF
the home attests to this. r AFR FLORIDA
basement and tubing in variousoutlets CHANCERY NO. B233
Carelessness in the use and LADY ASSISTANT Katherine Elaine Eichler
in the house are now Plaintiff.

available for homes. -.. Vfl.
John Bruno
Eichler,
Emphasis Is being put on design I i LIKE -OCR CIYRCNU;. B/ TUB wrt i HEAR 1O RC ILLNESS,KID,ILtt4ESS. Defendant.
and styling in refrigerators. BETCHA: ITS A USED NOT WORKINGYWO WO LEAVE THE tOSS JUST> 60T THE I STATE NOTICE OF TO DEFEND
CAR SPECIAL FROM '(OUR JOD? SICK OF ME/.' JOHN BRUNO FLORIDA TO:
Some decorator models are start I EICHLER
c/o John R. Eichler
ling as well as costly. The frost KRANTZMOTORS 109 Hamburg Turnpike

free refrigerator Is still higher in I Bloomlngdale New Jersey
ier ;
iXOILalt ?notified I that ahit.Ka,1.been..fl.IeJd
price than the manual defrost i? against you in j jI
'111'PtZt ALWMS B>E AIJTSfsKT. I entitled cause; and you I
and automatic defrost types, blower ut I are hereby required to answer -

than when it was first in and to with the Clerk rlhr.o'8'o t. i
serve a copy thereof
troduced. Cost of operation is J the plaintiff or plaintiff* attorney upon,
A whose name and address Is:
greater for the no-frost feature. ANTHONY J. GREZIK

Other special features available 326 a Grandvlew Avenue
Daytona jeach. Florida
not later than March 19. A. D. 1966.
confeff? tall to do '<>. decree pro
..J t.! 5Su fir fcwl" be entered against
Dill ot complaint.The In the
nature ot
\ saWITNESSeimgy for divorce.

laid Court thlll 9th hand neal of.
t" day of February
XU 1966.
(Official Seal) E. A. SMYTHE
i
Clerk of said Circuit Court
By Julia R. Harvey
Deputy Clerk
I Feb. 17.24 & Mar. a.loHeI

,, '1 I CIRCUIT. COURT OF E
SEENTh
f. IR I
AND FOR .FLAGLER
I. COUNTY
FLORIDA IN' CIIANCEUV. NOTICE
4J OF IIUIT. CHANCERY NO. G231
MARLENE A. POKORNEY,
y Plaintiff

JAMES J. I'OIORNEY,
Use DIazInon. Defendant.
ORDER OF PU LiCATION
IN OF TILE STATE

It controls foliage insects TO OF: FLORIDA-3 JAMES J.: POKORNEY whose

residence I* unknown how-
ever his last known mailing
address '?:,48 Paumanake Av-

in vegetables r Younare hereby. requirYorkfile

aniw.V CItlk Court
orlll\hl\ your
h..t0ithe Complaint
when is filed .Jei'nia' al" t you in the
even above
your crop ntJtled cause on or before
in* day of March. A.D., 1966

under stress.Your a torney& serve V herein.*=coPy, whose thereof address plaintiff upon is*

tonaNBeachFlo Ida. Avenue, Day-
"The Flagler
Tribune" ls hereby designated as
the
shall :"published which this order
4 ? once a week for
consecutive week HEREIN
FAIL NOT 8rnrTA DECREE PRO

potato or other vegetable plants unprotect your crop close to harvest. .with.J CON AGAINST FESSO YOU FOR SUCH ENTERED FAIL-

dergo stress whenever there is too much out residue problems. URE The
nature of this
suit U bl"BlWITNEsa
j ortoolittlewaterheatornutrients.The/re So for fully effective foliage Insect con for divorce. a

also weakened when you disturb them by trol throughout the season use Diazinon. this I rerh: County.) Florida:

cultivating or transplanting. Thus, stress Order Diazinon SOW (wettable powder), 1966. 14th day of February, A. ?

can occur at any time. or Diazinon AG500 (emulsifiable concentrate (Official: A Seal ler EMIL Circuit, A. Court SMYTHE

Insecticides which work systemically by ), from your supplier today. By flagler Julia. County R. Florida

plant absorption are known not to be effiAnd write us for your free copy of the Feb. Harvey.00ep4te Clerk
17-2.
cient under such conditions. But,what will brand-new 1966 Diazinon Handbook. &: Mar. 3.

definitely work is Diazinon Insecticide tells you how to use Dtazinon to protect

with its fast contact action. more than 30 different vegetables from iIIlae 3Jf1agltr ffiribun

Diazinon works every time you spray it. both foliage and soil Insects.It .

kills aphids,leaf miners,and wide range Geigy Agricultural Chemicals Divisionof BUNNELL, FLORIDA

of other foliage insects. Even those kinds Geigy Chemical Corporation, Saw Mill MRS., M a FULLER Editor

of insects which may have become resistRiver Road Ardsley, New York 10502.

ant to some other insecticides. What's Deslrested .w.pa..r tee all

more the "staying power" of Diazinon I Letsl AdveetWlag

OIATOU O MMU Ml MOOCW ACUCUITUUGeigy ,
provides control that's long enough to cut Entered a* second matter
Diazinon February 6. lilt at the pot
your spraying expenses yet allows you to offlc at Bunnell Florida, under
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Thursday, March 3, THE FLAGLER TRIBUNE. BUNNELL, FLORIDA AGE THREE-
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pops, watery pulp from the plantis I blotches. Margins have weak show than the neighbor's, per cases out of 10.Prompt.
Gardening In Florida used to soothe the burns. prickles. Dagger points are haps you have too heavy a handin
fly 8erv T Sharp) There's a modern notion that tipped with yellow or reddish the fertilizer bag.
For an Interesting indoor hob aloe ointment is good for atomic spines. Bougainvilleas are very sensitive
by, grow the multipurpose aloe burns. Flower-wise,'the aloe sends up I to nitrogen. Too much will
vera. Eons ago the Greeks began to I a branched stem densely packed give lush growth but few flow
Akin to the century plant, aloeis use the plant as a tonic In India I with yellow or tubular posies. I' I
a decorative, fleshy succulent. aloe is used to soften the pain,.I Gardeners with the slightest ers.One pound of 212.12 fertilizerper
It's often called the drugstore of cuts and bruises. ,I tinge of a green thumb can raise 100 square feet of soil area
plant. Philippino women mix the.I the plant. Aloes stay healthy for usually will insure blossoms
Drippings from the dagger like Juice from aloe leaves with wineto years with little care. They thriveon next season.I I
leaves-mixed in water-pep upa prevent baldness. Some American I'' a soil mixture of sandy loam Another method to force flow
sluggish alimentary system. women Just drink the wine., 3 parts, lime rubble and broken ering is to cut some of the plant
Chemistry of the plant is As an ornamental, aloe vera is I I bricks one part. roots. With a garden spade-also Service
vague. But for sure, the pale yel available from nurserymen, variety I Bougainvilleas j known as an idiot stick-make
low crystalline glycoside called stores and from plant sec I I It's possible to find some of'1 3 or 4 stabs into the ground The Flagler Tribune
barbaloln is a laxative.It's tions of supermarkets. these vines that flower almost| around the plant about 24 inches
used as a first-aid kit on The dagger-shaped leaves are I I any season of the year. But, if from the base. This plant tor.turue Phone 437.3282
the kitchen sill. When hot grease pale green with irregular white I I your vine didn't put on a better I method works in about 9


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Beef Cattle I Things That Can !

Short CourseThis I Determine Time !! 20,000 I Ir

Flowers, potatoes, bees, bats, I
year's beef cattle short
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and oysters are' among living
will be held at the University 'M
course
things that can tell time without
of Florida May 57. a, clock. i r' TOP VALUE STAMPS

Topics to be covered duringthe A flower placed in a dim room |I
three-day course, accordingto with unchanging temperature NO OBLIGATION-NOTHING TO BUY
Dr. T. J. Cunha, chairman of I continues to open at sunrise, the i iI I II
the Animal Science Departmentwith National Geographic Society I I
THIS IS HOW IT
the state's Agricultural Experiment I I says. How the flower unfolds on WORKS
Stations, Include mar schedule has become the subject .
keting, feeding performances, of spirited debate among biolo Receive 800 FREE Top Value Stamps
production testing, Increasing the t gists. Saver
state's calf crop, calf develop- Bees that find nectar on a by saving and having cashier stamp
ment and marketing, exporting, flower may return the followingday
proflt-maklng factors and ranch at the same time to pick a coupons as they come out each week.
operation analyses. new supply; they seem to know

y fixed that a times plant of exudes day.A nectar at Save ((8)) coupons in 10 week period Coupon

.-- -- night-flying bat does not ending Apr. 30 '66. If have saved
need to check the entrance of its you Cut out and have the
cave every few minutes to see I ((8))
cashier then
stamped by
WANT ADSListings if evening has come. Instead the coupons cashier stamp coupon,

bat sleeps peacefully throughthe you will receive 800 FREE T. V. stamps and save ((8)) in 10 week
under this heading are ray, relying on a biological
3 cent a word each Insertion. clock to wake it at the proper and be period.
75 cents is the minimum charge time. eligible for the GRAND

USED$2.50 each.DOORS Portable, all different crib sizes with, Oysters Know Tides DRAWING for 20,000 stamps. I 1st COUPON No. 2
An taken from the Atlantic
Appliances pad, $7.50., Jerry's Old Dixie Furniture Highway& Illinois oyster Ocean continues to a for laboratory a time In to Prize ( I ) 10,000.2nd ((3)) 1500.3rd ((5)) Void after Mar. 7, '66

2 4373752.miles south of Korona.March 3 Phone-Itp open its shell to eat at the time 1000. 4th ((5)) 100.
of the Atlantic tides. Eventuallythe
FAWN female Chow with little oyster resets Its clock in accordance
white, approximately 2 years old. with the time a tide AZALEA (Extra Fancy)
Answers to name of Carmen. would occur If there were tides
Lost Saturday morning near in Illinois. Scientists speculatethat Shank
Forestry Tower, N. Highway 1. the oyster senses the gravitational Smoked Hams Half ;:
lb
I ; Call collect after 5, 733.1406, pull of the moon, which or 59
.'" Jacksonville. Reward offered. creates tides. Whole
Mar. 3-ltp Even the lowly potato absorbs
oxygen according to a daily Butt Half lb. 65c-Center Slices lb. 89c
GOOD practice piano for sale, schedule. If a potato is placed in
$40. Call after 5 p. m., 4392388. a hermetically sealed Jar and removed VALLEYDALE (All Meat)
Mar. 3-Itc
from all apparent external

FOR SALE-1965 F-85 Oldsmo- influences, it goes right on

bile with radio, heater, air con observing a dally rhythm.A Smoked lb 59
ditioning, white wall tires. Very trained biologist could keep Sausage I
low mileage. Reasonable. Phone track of time merely by observing
4373925. Mar. 3-ltp the proper plants and animals
In his laboratory. Some biological

TWO TRAILER spaces for rent. clocks are accurate within TENDER JUICY LEAN WESTERN (Center Cut)

4373714.Deckers Old Trailer Beach Park.Road at Phone east Daily a minute cycles or of two.activity and Inactivity CUBE STEAK lb. 89C PORK CHOPS 'lb. 89*

during a 24-hour period
city limits. Feb. 24-2tc have been discovered in plants TENDER JUICY TENDER (Select)
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FOR RENT-Small apartment, and animals as far down the ALL MEAT lb Ib.
furnished except dishes and lin scale as microbes. STEW 6ge BEEF LIVER 49c

ens. $45 per month plus utilities. Experiments indicate that the
Irma Parker, Golden Sands main timing devices for living WORLD'S BEST LEAN MEATYGROUND
Apartments. Feb. 10-4tp things are day-night changes in 'lb.
BEEF 31bs'139
light Intensity, temperature, and SPARE RIBS 59C
FOR SALE-1% bath, large living I atmospheric pressure. But

room, Florida room, garage changes in certain weak forces, FLA. GRADE "A"STEWING
and utility rooms enclosed, central like the earth's magnetic field,
heating. Shown by appointment gravity, and even background
only. Low down paymentand radiation, apparently can act as HENS lb. 25ARMOUR
FHA terms. George Moody, back-up systems, keeping the
Sr., Flagler Beach. organism on time when the pri.

HOUSE FOR SALE-CBS con. mary timers aren't available.
structlon, 3 bedrooms, 2 baths, Biological Clocks Reset SHORTENING (YOUR CHOICE) JOE CRAIN'S Grade "A"
large Florida room, 2-car carport Biological clocks are constantly OR
six ((6) lots, 2 air conditioners reset, biologists find. The VEGETOLE TIDE CHEER MEDIUM EGGS
corner of Palmetto and buds of some plants do not open :
Lambert. Phone 437.3215 after until the length of night shortens 3 "lb. Gt.Tin I
4 p. m. Jan. 20 tf to about eight hours, then 47e Box 47e doz.Limit 1
I a mysterious signal flashes to (1) of your choiceLimit 2 98C
FILL DIRT-Call Martin Hardingfor I the buds and they burst into ((1) with purchase with purchase of 5.00 or
fill dirt and top sdil. Phone bloom. A plant's clock can some
of 5.00 or more food order more food order. Limit ((2) dozen please
4373669. Jan 13-TFC times be reset or upset by exposing .
the plant to a flash of light
Call Furnished Harris apartment Appliances,for 4373367.rent. lasting less than a second. Farm Fresh Produce GROCERY BARGAINS
Staying on time may be more t
Dec.23-tf. VINE RIPETOMATOES C. O. S. LT. MEAT <
than a convenience for an animal ( / Cans)
FOR- SALE, LEASE, OR-RENT-- or plant. Some biologists believe Ib CHUNK TUNA 3 for 2-bedroom Florida room, and that proper timekeeping I 17c
is a matter of life or death. ,
carport beach house unfurnished. ZEPHYR
Hurricane fence encloses Hence, scientists are eager to I U. S. No. 1 (Vent-Vu) PEANUT (12 oz. Mug)
back yard. Call 4373172. 2.10.tfCOX' learn what might happen to a BUTTER ea. 45e
plant or animal traveling far POTATOES 'SJ- 4ge
UPHOLSTERY, Bunnell, away from earthly Influences. MONOGRAM (Long Grain)
Fla Hwy. 11, will pick up and
Human cellular and glandular
deliver all furniture free. For activity is also regulated by a FROZEN FOODS RICE I Bag* 39MORTON'S
r sample material and prices on biological clock, and some biolo-
labor call 4373673. 7-1-tf (Meat) EVERFRESH Small, 5 for 85c
.. gists fear t hat if men go to the
SEPTIC TANK cleaning; drain moon they will be so far away POT PIES 4 for 75C LARGE BREAD 4 for SSe
r fields installed; snail shell. Reasonable from earth that their internal
prices. Call George Ja- clocks will be thrown seriouslyout I
roz, ID 7.3410 81tfJOHNSTON'S of commission, possibly with Quantity Rights ,
fatal results. WE GIVE Reserved .
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Space Administration may put PRICES GOOD
PLACLER BEACH REALTY CO. potatoes aboard a spacecraft to TOP Thurs., Fri. Sat.
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LOTS, HOMES, OCEAN FRONT test some of the theories about
WATER FRONT, FARMS, naturue's biological clocks. VALUE and Monday a
ACREAGE MARKET March 3, 4, 5
See for real estate needs and 7th
us your
Approximately one-fifth of the STAMPS f
Office Phone HE 9.2242 I
Residence Phones ID 7.3691 patients treated at the U.S. Naval 103 SOUTH RAILROAD ST. Tel. 437-3201
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DRIVER SAFETY TEST JACKIE ROBINSON ,

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WOMAN'S CLUB WEDNESDAY A BIRTHDAY PARTY
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Miss Emily Gage, president of Jackie Robinson celebrated her i PRICES GOOD CLOSED SUNDAYS

I the Flagler Woman's Club, re tenth birthday anniversary Saturday I THURSDAY, FRIDAY, SATURDAY QUANTITY RIGHTS
minds members to come prepared with a party at the homeof
March 3, 4, 5 and 7, 1966 RESERVED
Wednesday, March 9, at 2 her parents.
p. m. to take a written driver's Attedlng were: Elizabeth Car. Store Hours Monday thru Thursday, 8 a. m. 6 p. m.-Fri. & Sat. 8 a. m 7 p. m.

safety test In compliance with son, Peggy and Patty Reynolds, FRESH 1
the Florida Federation of Wom Lynnette Bennett, Rosie Miller, NEVER FROZEN!
en's Clubs. This test will be Justto Anita and Eleanor Baldwin, FLA. GRADE "A" WHOLE
renew driving rules and will I Jackie Perevette, all of Flagler (Limit 2 please)
not be official.
The public is invited to come WEEK OF PRAYERAT I "FOLGER'S"All
Grinds STEWING
,. and take it, and those interested FIRST BAPTIST -. I -.
i please come to the club building, 1 1I
1524 South Central avenue, The Week of Prayer for Home
Missions will be observed March. HENS
about 3 p. m. on Wednesday.The { COFFEE
business of the club will 6 through 13 at the First Baptlst .

precede the test. A nominating Church of Flagler Beach.

committee will be named to pre. The theme "As My Father Has HQ&rll Gw4 / LB. CAN LB. \18
sent a new slate of officers at Sent Me So Send I You."

the April meeting. Plans for the Monday the meeting will be $
Diamond Jubilee Tea in celebra at 7:30: 'at the home of Mrs. 49 U.S. 'Choice' Flavor-Aged Beef

Lion of the General Federation Agnes Lee. Tuesday, at 2 p. m.,

,\ of Women's Club 75th birthdaywill they will meet with Mrs. Henry (Limit 1 with your 5.00 or '. POT ROAST
be discussed.Due Shill. Wednesday evening the I
a more food order IJ,
to bad weather last week meeting will be at the church at

not many were present to hear 7p.m. Y -
( the East Volusia and Flagler Thursday, at 2 p. m., the homeof C please) Lb. 58U.S.
County American Red Cross personnel Mrs. E. M. Spivey will be the /
of Daytona explain the meeting place. Friday afternoonat '
'Choice'
F I of Red Cross. Films Flavor-Aged Beef
purpose 2 o'clock the meeting will be
were shown of the disaster at at the home of Mrs. Margaret ROUND BONE SHOULDER

New Orleans during hurricane Presswood.

"Betsy"and what a wonderfulJob Wednesday night will be the ROASTLb.
Red Cross did. Other phasesof Family Night covered dish sup.

Red Cross were mentioned per at the church at 6 o'clock.
such as the Blood Bank that sup.
78"U.S.
plied 128 pints to Flagler County Mr. and Mrs. Mike Hornsbyof
since last July, the Grey Ladles
Flagler Beach left this week. "FLO.CANE" 'Choice' Flavor-Aged Beef
that is doing such a
program end for Atlanta, Ga., where they Fine
wonderful in Volusia Granulated
Job County .
plan to reside. He is now employed
schools with hopes of establishing .
by the Southern Bell Telephone 4
the in our three
program
Company. Mrs. Hornsbyis SUGAR
schools, and what can be done
the former Brenda Aaron.
for the serviceman and his family
In case of emergencies. Those 5 LB. BAG '
Nathan Bruce, son of Mr. and
attending expressed a better In. I Mrs. Joe Bruce, has completedfour "FULL CUP
cite of what Red Cross is.
years of drafting at the ::
; ROUNDLb.
The hostesses, Mrs. Victor Mary Karl Vocational School In 39
Buckles, Mrs. Jasper White and Daytona Beach.
., Mrs. V. W. Haines, served cherry 98-
pie a la mode and coffee in observance
Mr. and Mrs. L. II. Hardin of (limit
of George Washington's 1 with
(i. your 5.00
Flagler Beach had as their guests
Birthday. or more food
recently Brig. Gen. Ret. and Mrs. order RIB CLUBSIRLOIN

Henry Woodberry of Greenville, please)
Subscribe to The Hoglar Tribune S. C.
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I is to announce that I I' IT -t: (.!-..,

am a candidate for "GOLDEN GEM"

CITY COMMISSIONERof "OSAGE"FREESTONE ORANGE JUICE!

Flagler BeachIn HALVES 6 Cans 6 *-89e

Election on Tuesday, March 8, 1965
Your Vote Will Be AppreciatedC. 3 No.Cans 21/2 'WINTER GARDEN"FRUITPIES

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CITY COMMISSIONERof 11Lb.1ge: 79

(Limit 2 please)
Flagler Beach

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in the March 8th City Election < ;JJ

Your Vote and 'Support will be greatly appreciatedC. APPLE

Pkg.Reg. 290BREAKFAST

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Blakely of Bunnell, who was chosen Miss Bunnell Highof
1966 in the Tri Hi-Y Contest, March 19. Margie is a Heinz 1 lb. Can
senior at the Bunnell High School and plans to attend PORK & BEANS 8 for 100 PILLSBURY

Daytona Beach Junior College following her graduation.
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The annual visitation to St. C Hall sher I Ea.
Thomas Episcopal Church by I-- guest recently her, sister. BEEFED HASH 3ge 5 Bag Zge !
the Rev. Hamilton West, Bishopof .law, Mrs. George Hall of:
the Diocese of Florida, will Cambridge, Ohio, who is a win. Blue Plate 2 lb. Jar Limit 1 with $5.00 or more food order
be this Monday, March 7. Con ter visitor in DeLand. Ea.
firmation will be administered I,APPLE JELLY Zge Chicken.of.the-Sea LIGHT MEAT t
. to those who have attended the Visiting here during the past
Adults Inquirers Class. weekend were Mr. and Mrs. O. CHUNK TUNA 3 61/2 oz. 100
The last meeting of the class C. Shelton and children of FOLGER'S Cans
will be March 3. Confirmation, Ocala. They visited with the Ed.
services will begin at 5 p. m.: die Irwins, the Martin McDan- COFFEE DAIRY SPECIALIb -
Monday. The public and mem iels and Mrs. Bell Hall. Kraft VELVEETA
bers of the congregation are In. .
vited to attend. 'I f Tin 4ge CHEESE lbg.
Guests of Roy Gordon duringthe 2 l 8ge
, past weekend were his son- Limit 1 with $5.00 or more food order
I Mrs. Rice Emma Murray in and Mrs.Friday in-law and daughter, Mr. and ''ZEN FOODS __
Myrtle were Tampa
Mrs. Raymond Pugh and youngson
E to attend the Governor's Alan, of Suffolk, Va. Also FRESH PRODUCE Mr. "G" FROZEN 9 oz. Pkg.
! Conference on Education. Mrs.
his son and daughter-in-law, FRENCH for
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Murray a FRIES 2 15e
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and Mrs. Riceis I Stalk I
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a member of the Board of I for
I Education for Flagler County. A. M. McDaniel has returned I CELERY Z 29c NEW HEAVY DUTY DETERGENT

I Buddy Irwin, who is attending home from the Veterans HOS'j Yellow CookingONIONS COLD POWER
pital in Lake City after
school in Ft. Lauderdale, was a
'\ going there. lIe is con. 3f :
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his parents, Mr. and Mrs. Roy: North Pine street. Golden Ripe Size SSe
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BANANAS
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nell School Band will meet to.
Mr. and Mrs. Nicholas LenssenJr. night (Thursday) at the Band r V\
., are the parents of a daughter room at 8 o'clock. This is an im
l'j! born February 15 at the Bun. portant meeting and all memo
\\1 i nell General Hospital. She has bers are urged to.attend. 50 100 50
j been given the name of Char I I
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I i influenced by Him. As we enter;.I COMMUNITY MEMORIAL 24 HourWrecker
the Lenten season once again CHURCH NEWS I Service
Visiting here Tuesday with we reiterate the coming of I 'WV
Roy Gordon was his brother, Ray Christ into Jerusalem by accept I "The Lord's Unanswered QU s.1
Gordon of Suffolk, Va., and his ing his coming into Flagler tion" as found in Luke 18:8:
son, Raymond Gordon of or. County in a special way duringthe I be the continued theme of the i Flagler Truck & Tractor Co.

lando. season of Lent. We can only I sermon next Sunday at 11 a. m.1 MASSEY-FERGUSON
I I by Rev. R. W. Dickert at the
ask ourselves: Is there a fresh.
Weekend guests of Mr. and I ness in our lives because we Community Memorial Church.: I' Grove Farm Industrial Equipment

Mrs. Louis Steflik were Rev. and have rededicated ourselves by Sunday School session begins at VIRGIL DECKER Phone ID 7-3242
Mrs. Chuck Anders of the Immanuel letting Christ come afresh into 9:45: and children of all ages not Owner
Baptist Church, Chesapeake I ouur lives? With Easter once attending a Sunday School are Bunnell, Florida

Va.Guests again approaching let us remember invited to come. .

that Christ comes to us today The Ladies Guild heard Inspiring
an
of Mr. andMrs. Dean II as he came to Jerusalem so many
Holland during the past week. I years ago. "And Jesus was go I lism that talk is taking on Child place Evange in Vo TO THE CITIZENS OF BUNNELLI
end included their son and ing up to Jerusalem." Matthew
lusia County last Thursday when
daughter-in-law, Mr. and Mrs. 20:17.: Miss Agnes Michaelson and :Mrs. Genevieve (Jean) Palczewski, am applying
Cary Holland, who are studentsat Nellie Eichler visited the meetS with you people for a position as City Commissioner.

the Florida State Universityin THANKS Ing. The churches of Flagler True, before you can elect me you must know my
Tallahassee. I I County should united .and hear background to be able to ascertain whether I am
To Our Haw Creek Neighbors these "heartwarming" experi suited or not for the position.
Russell Smith has returned to I Words can: not begin to tell ences.
the home of his parents, Mr. and I you how much we appreciateyour EDUCATION
Mrs. Ira Bordner was hostess
Mrs. Charles Smith in Haw Creek and
thoughtfulness concern
and served delicious cheese I graduated from the Secretarial and
College
at
after undergoing surgery Russell.
eye over cake and coffee. A turkey dinneris School of Commerce in Chicago.
the Halifax Hospital. He is also Your donations
generous were
being served tonight (Thurs r\ also graduated from the
Burrough's School
able to return to school today.
very helpful at this time. of
day) in the Fellowship Hall of Calculating.
Your prayers and well wishesI .the church, beginning at 6 p. m.
Alex Atkinson of Brunswick, I will long be remembered. The public is invited and a free EXPERIENCE IN CHICAGO, ILLINOISI
Ga., visited here during the | Your cards and phone callsI will offering is asked. A report
weekend with Mr. and Mrs. Har I were very encouraging during of church business will follow was employed by the Executive office of
international Harvester
ry Atkinson. J Russell's stay in the hospital. Company in the Credit and
the dinner and everyone is wel Collection Department
| We also want to thank Rus for 3 years as a calculator
to attend it.
I come operator. When World
sell's teachers and classmatesfor War II broke out and Inter-
Bunnell Methodist their cards and gifts. national Harvester Company switched from produc-

Again, Thanks, tion of Trucks and Farm Machinery to Defense
Church METHODIST CHURCH NEWS Machinery, I left the company.I .
MR. and MRS. CHARLES F.
Rev. Oliver F. Taylor,'Pastor SMITH and RUSSELL Church School time is 9:45: then was employed by the Chicago, Milwaukee -
a. m. and morning worship at < St. Paul and Pacific Railroad in the Auditor
INTO THE CITY t 11 o'clock, with Rev. Reynold of Freight, Station and Passenger Accounts Depart-
There is a great significancein I Hoover, minister. ment as a calculator operator for 10 years.
history because Jesus went I There will be a fellowship din Due to our son's health we moved here to Bun-
into the city of Jerusalem, and RENEW YOUR ner following the worship serve nell]] over eight years ago.
certain events did follow. There I ice this Sunday and the official
people in Jerusalemwho DRIVER'S LICENSE ,.b My husband and I and
were many board will meet after the dinner. own operate the Dix-
did not want him to come DURING YOUR Y' Methodist Youth Fellowshipmeets iana Motel on U. S. No. 1.
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Into their town. They knew that I BIRTH MONTH each Sunday evening at *
This is
first
my venture into politics. Since our
6:30 p. m. business is confining, I may not be able to contact
of
Beach, and Medra Buedette
each and
everyone of you. I am using the Flagler
New Beach.
Smyrna
Tribune as a media to get in touch with
ANNOUNCING FOR REELECTIONto you.
Assisting her mother, Mrs.
Kay Robinson, were her sisters, If you, the citizens of Bunnell shall elect me,
the Orvallne Turpin and Joyce Rob I promise you that I will]] try to the best of my ability
inson. to serve you.

Bunnell City CommissionWill Games were played and prizes Sincerely,
won by Elizabeth Carson, Lyn-
MRS. GENEVIEVE (Jean) PALCZfcWSKI
nette Bennett and Jackie Fere-

appreciate your Vote and Support vette. Anita Baldwin won the -- _.
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DAVE PERRYMANAnnouncement
I AM A CANDIDATE FORREELECTION'


Are My Dish .

By Dorothy Romans
Bunnell City CommissionerYour
The Flagler Woman's Club
wished to give the Flagler Beach
Tucker and Fearns, Attorneys at law, take great Public Library a book in memo Vote and Support in the March election

pleasure in announcing the opening of an office for ory of Mrs. Mollie R. Lyon and will be appreciated

the General Practice of Law, on March 3, 1966, luckily for the library they gaveit
Citizens Bank of Bunnell Building, 302i/2 W. Moody "A Thousand Days," a book MARTIN (BO) McDANIELOXOOOX

Blvd., Bunnell, Florida. Telephone 4373361. Ini- about John F. Kennedy at the
White House, by Arthur M.

tially 1 p. m.the to office 5 p.hours m. Wednesdays will be from and 9 a.' Thursdays m. to 12 and of Schlesinger off the griddle.Jr. Here Or is to changethe historyhot .::;;;. ;;; ; :>!OOXOOro........:...."m.. :...'......;...;.,....;.;.;.;:.;..;;.;.:.;..;.;.;:.
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each week. not had metaphor time, to history jell. Accordingto that has ,:|:;: HART REFRIGERATION \:
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------- Commiger In the Saturday :? 'J ;
Review, some critics think a ::
ANNOUNCINGI good historian is one who writes | AND jjj

AM A CANDIDATE FOR That several is centuries in order after to achieve an event.a :|=: ELECTRIC SERVICE :|::

/ Just point of view. To readers :
Bunnell City CommissionerI who have TV sets, I doubt if I I ,

such a criticism has a message. t:J Bunnell, Fla. Box 253-A, Rl !;::
I do not pretend to know :X: Phone 437-3698 I:
;:
am asking for your Vote and Support in the enough about politics to say any. '.

March 8 Election thing for or against their treat 8 f;..e::.:*AAA.Mi:::: >::*:::.:::.:.:?:::.::::.::.::::.::?::.:.:.::::..::::::..:..::..:..::._::.:.: .:::::.::
who was -
men( by Schlesinger
S IBKKgffi K lM
on hand when most of the events
HERBERT E. ANDERSON happened and had a brilliant

I mind and a reporter's eye to I take this means to announce that I am a candidate
write about them. The book i is
long and packed with facts, but for re-election as YOUR City Commissioner

CRAIG FUNERAL HOME the deceptively. simple style I subject to the City Elections Tuesday, March 8th
makes you feel as if it were no I
great task accomplished by the
A. u. CRAIG. Funeral Director writer: which is art. I like bestof

JOHN CAPO. ManagerAIR all the beginning of the book SHELTON B. BARBER
and It's end, the gay snowy day
LADY OXYGEN when Kennedy takes over, thena
CONDITIONEDCHAPEL I I EQUIPPED thousand or more pages in between .
ATTENDANT AMBULANCES with problems and events YOUR CONSIDERATION AND SUPPORT
tumbling on top of one anotherto
WILL BE GREATLY APPRECIATEDa."r
Phone ID 7-3532 end in the tragic snowy day
like the last scene in an Elizabethan .
201 E., MOODY BLVD. BUNNELL. FLORIDA ,
tragedy. Sfcflpaaoafflgt



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TEN THE FLAGLER TRIBUNE, BUNNELL, FLORIDA, Thursday, March 3, 1966
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AIR FORCE DELAYED of high school graduation, or 1- Continued From Page ; between 20 and 35 years of age der the age of 18.

1 ENLISTMENT PLAN any others who are 18 or older, Ing by Jet plane-aboard one who are physically fit and of Further Information concerning

Sergeant Dick Maves, Air Force are eligible. Applicants must good moral character. No mental the Air Force Nurse Corps
meet Air Force mental and physical of the Air Force's unique flying entrance examinations
are given. be
may obtained from
recruiter In Daytona Beach, today I Sgt.
revealed a new recruiting program requirements.This hospitals-from place to place I Both men and women nurses are Maves at the local U. S. Air

which allows young men to program will be advantageous that once were only marks on a j"I eligible and there are no marital I Force Recruiting Office, 221 Bay

enlist In the Air Force Reserveup to those desiring to en map. Now these marks have I restrictions however, women street, Daytona Beach. Telephone
list in the Air Force but are not I are not allowed dependents un I 2539671.
before reportingfor i
120
t
o days comee to be real places for them,
in 'a position to do so becauseof -
active duty. filled with memories that ,
school status, seasonl employ. can I
The Air Force plan, called De.
ment or other personal reasons. never be taken away. PHONEKelley's
layed Enlistment Program, gives ,
men the opportunity of becoming : Those who enter the Air Force For those who are perhaps a

Reservists while still in high under the Delayed Enlistment little less adventurous the Air.

school with a guarantee of later Program will be called to active Force offers many staff nursing I Fuel Oil
duty between 30 and 120 days
active duty Air Force training. positions in modem hospitals I
after Joining the Air Force Re.
Young men within four months serve. The specific date of active throughout the world plus the:+ CLEAN BURNING

IN TIIK CIRCUIT COURT OF duty will be mutually arrived at chance to increase their profes

IN KI.AfJI.KIl C1IA.NCKIIY COUNTY No. 52IS FLORIDA! by the enlistee and the recruiter sional knowledge through active J STANDARD

GEORGE A. MASSAHO.Plaintiff, before reserve enlistment. Men In : duty education. I
VII. this program will not be required I "But of all the benefits of Air I

JANET JOYCE MASSARO.Defendant. to 'attend reserve meetings. Reserve I Force nursing," Sgt. Maves freely ,
NOTICE TO DKKK.MJ time will be credited to I admits "The most popular
TilE STATE OF FLORIDA TO.:
JANET JOYCE MASSAUO pay longevity after entering the seems to be travel. I guess all

Perth 142 High Atnboy Street New Jersey Regular Air Force. The individ II of us experience the desire to PRODUCTS
'You are hereby notified that a ual will be guaranteed an active see as much of this world as we
suit has been filed against you In DIESEL
KEROSENE '
the above entitled cause; and you duty assignment in one of can while we're young enough -:-
are hereby required to file your the four Air Force areas to enjoy it."
answer with the Clerk of this Court, career HOME DELIVERY COMMERCIAL ACCOUNTS
and to serve a copy thereof upon of electronics, administration,I The Air Force has immediate,
the plaintiff or plaintiff's attorney, I Phone 437.7172 Bunnell, Florida
mechanical when openings for
whose name and address Is: or general entering Registered Nurses'
RAY SELDEN the Regular Air Force. lie ------.-- --
Selden Building
Daytona Beach, Florida will know his career field before
not later than April 2. A. D., 1966.
If you fall to do so. decree pro becoming a reservist. Enlistees
confenso will be entered againstyou will incur the standard four-yea
bill for of the complaint.relief demanded The nature In the of Air Force obligation.Men YOU WHO WANT THE ELEGANCE OF THE NEW CAPRICE,
said suit being for divorce.
WITNESS my hand and seal of enrolled in the Delayed
said, A.Court D., this 1966.23rd day of February Enlistment Program who are accepted YOU WHO WANT THE SMOOTHNESS OF A NEW IMPALA;

(Official Seal) E. A. SMYTHE for college enrollment or
Clerk of said Circuit Court YOU WHO WANT THE PERFORMANCE OF A NEW CHEVELLE:
By Julia K. Harvey, who incur personal hardship be. ,
Deputy Clerk fore their active duty date
Mar. S-10.17.24-4tc ,apply for immediate discharge.For may. YOU WHO WANT THE UNIQUENESS OF A NEW CORVAIR,


I further information about AND YOU WHO WANT THE THRIFTINESS OF A NEW CHEVY II .
OYSTERSFor this new program, see Sergeant
Maves at 221 Bay street, Daytona .,

Sale by the Bushel I Beach. COME ON IN NOW !


Harvested From Spring Fashion


STATE AREA APPROVED Look Is YoungSpring CHEVROLET

is just around the corner .
24-hour advance noticeF.
j in Florida. Spring fashionsare

already on the horizon.
L. MALPHURSPhone
The mood and movement of

439.2132 the spring 1966 look is young,

says Miss Elizabeth Dickenson,

clothing and textiles specialist,.

INCOME TAXCONSULTANT Florida Agricultural Extension

Service. NO.

Ed (Chubby) Bielejeski The fashion trend to youth ,

Call 439-2483 grows stronger and stronger, but
there is a fashion look for every.
Saturday, 12 to 3

one.The youtuhiul look is soft and I

sheer. Softer styles give a flat

HASTINGS MATTRESS tering and feminine line to the /

& JJPHOLSTRY WORKS body. In many instances waistlines
have found their natural
710-12 Lemon St.
place. Skirts are softly styled
Palatka, Florida
with greater width at hemlines.
Phone EA 5-9166
Garment shoulders are rounder
Furoitu-t, Upholstering
Repaired & Refinished and n rrower.
Mattresses & Box Springs Suit jackets are still easy and BUYS
Made\s Order Also RenovatedCall Indented at front, somewhat
Laura Morris 437-3233 shorter than winter versions.

After 6:00 P. M. Long jackets are out. Pleats and

PRICES REASONABLE. deep side or center folds give
BUDGET PLAN IF NEEDED. skirts an easy swing. Flared or
Just as near as your softly gathered dirndl skirts are
Phone or Post Office
Drop Us A Card or Call spring favorites in both suits and

Free Pickup & Delivery! dresses.

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I Now's the time to get just the buy you Availability and variety have never

NOTICE TO VOTERS want on just'the car you want. Your been, greater! Pick your model, pick

Chevrolet dealer is celebrating Double your color, pick your custom touches

Dividend Days-No. 1 Buys on and power. Get your No. 1 Buy now-

America's No. 1 Cars! at your Chevrolet dealer's. Hurry
FLAGLER COUNTY REGISTRATION BOOKS

WILL BE OFFICIALLY OPEN IN THE SU

PERVISOR'S OFFICE AT THE COURTHOUSE DOUBLE DIVIDEND DAYS !



I MARCH 3rd 1966 THRU NOW AT YOUR CHEVROLET DEALER'SAlways '


APRIL 2, 1966 use that outside.mirror before passing I It's one of eight

standard safety features you'll now find on every Chevrolet.

OFFICE HOURS: '
AH kinds or ears,an In one place..at your a""olaUaIer'I: zj: 6M
Weekdays: 8:30 a. m. to 4:30 p. m.
Chevrolet Chevelle Chevy n Corvalr Corvette
12 Noon
Saturdays: 8:30 a. m. to
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MARY E. SMITH


Supervisor Flagler of County Elections for HALL-TUMLIN CHEVROLET COMPANY


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