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Title: The Flagler tribune
Physical Description: Newspaper
Language: English
Publisher: s.n.
s.n.
Place of Publication: Bunnell Fla
Creation Date: March 17, 1966
Publication Date: -1981
Frequency: weekly
regular
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Subjects / Keywords: Newspapers -- Bunnell (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Flagler County (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
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Spatial Coverage: United States -- Florida -- Flagler -- Bunnell
Coordinates: 29.4675 x -81.256944 ( Place of Publication )
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Dates or Sequential Designation: Began in 1917?
Dates or Sequential Designation: -69th year, no. 36 (Sept. 3, 1981).
General Note: Mrs. M.B. Fuller, editor.
General Note: Description based on: Vol. 43, no. 20 (June 2, 1955).
Funding: Funded by NEH in support of the National Digital Newspaper Project (NDNP), NEH Award Number: PJ-50006-05
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Preceded by: St. Johns tribune
Succeeded by: Palm Coast news
Succeeded by: Flagler/Palm Coast news-tribune

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2.50. A YEAR
BUNNELL, FLORIDA, THURSDAY, MARCH 17, 1966
54 NO. 11

Offices City Taxes Legion Plans For Donkey Bunnell BasketballAt Gym Walter Knight

3 County I Are Now Due Saturday Night Dies At Home

City Clerk Nancy Rodgers Is Birthday Party The Band Parents are spo: .
Are UnopposedIn
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reminding the taxpayers of Bur soring a Donkey Basketball game ThursdayWalter
PrimariesThe nell who have not already paid! Monday."Night at 7:30 Saturday evening at the
May their 1965 city taxes that. the I Bunnell School Gym. Proceeds .
deadline for qualifying taxes will become 'ttelinquei Flagler Post 115, American Legion will go to the Band Fund. Eugene Knight, a lifelong

for county offices ended 'at noon: April 1.Mrs. plans to celebrate the Ame The public, is Invited to attend resident of Flagler County,
said 73 cent lean Legion Birthday at their died at his home in Haw Creek
Tuesday with Sheriff P. A. EC Rodgers per for a fun packed evening.
Small Claims Court I' of the taxes have already been; meeting Monday night. Plans are I I Thursday afternoon after a
monson I' for a covered dish suF] lengthy illness. He had suffereda
and Justic collected. underway
Tom Lenssen I
Judge
of the Peace Levi Brannam being per to be served at 7 o'clock. Superior Ratings heart attack about a year ago
I All members of the America and had been in failing health
nominated without opposi Bunnell Eastern Legion and their families and Won By Band At since that time.
I
tion.Qualifying Monday before the friends are invited to atten Mr. Knight was born in the

deadline were J. B. Pellicer, wh Star Officers The meat, bread and beverag District ContestThe Haw Creek section of Flagler
will oppose incumbent Alfred I will be furnished. Members are Biggest Little Band In I County and had engaged in the
asked to bring a covered dish of farming industry there for many
Tucker for the Board of Count; Are InstalledBunnell I I Dixie received superior ratings
Commissioners race in District 4. J vegetables, salads or relishes. from all the Judges In all music years. He was a graduate of the
R. L. McNab, mayor of Flagle I Chapter No. 93, Order I A guest speaker will be present events entered in the District IV School of Engineering of the
Beach, qualified in the race fo i of Eastern Star newly elected officers for the occasion. All members Music Contest held at Jackson. University of Florida in Gaines.
County Commissioner in District were Installed in an impressive are urged to attend.Broward vine March 12. The band playing ville. He was 64 years of age.

2, opposing Incumbent George I. ceremony Saturda; Hosts of Freedom March, He was a member of the First
Wickline. night. The ceremonies were held Williams Fanfare Pastorale and Serenade, Methodist Church of Bunnell, the
Other races are: School Board, In the Masonic Temple on Bay; and Kensington Overture reo Bunnell Masonic Lodge No. 200,

District 5, incumbent Myrtle C. street. Visits FlaglerState celved superior In concert. The; Morocco Shrine Temple, was a
Rice and Roy Likins. In District Installing officers were Worth; they sight retuLa march and ai 32nd Scottish Rite Mason and a
3, Margaret V. Knight and Howell Matron Hilda Alderman, Grand Treasurer Broward Wil overture for a superior ra11og. member of the Flagler County
V. Peavy are running for: Representative (Ito Maine from : Hams visited Flagler Count;; Robby Durrance conducted the Slulne, Club.
election. Incumbent James Crews florida; Installing Chaplain, Jo< I I Saturday, bringing his campaign band on Spring Overture and He randyed by his'wife, Lema .
did not qualify. Brock; Installing Marshall, Ethel for re-election to the people of was rated superior. The judge M. Knight, Rav ....Creek; two
In District 1 for School Board vlcMlllan; Installing Organist, I the county.A commented that Robby was one ons, Eldon Knight and W,,E.
incumbent Herschel King is opposed ammye Friedman. coffee was given at the Flag >f the best student conductorshe ((Gene) Knight 3rd, both of Bun-
by Dave Perryman. Officers installed Were: Wore er Beach Recreation Center Sat had seen in a long time. The tell; one stepdaughter, Mrs. Paty .
Those qualifying for the Democratic hy Matron, Myra Wadsworth;; irday morning and the residents clarinet quartet, whose members Durrance, Flagler Beach; two
Executive Committee of Worthy Patron, Shelton Brooks,; were Invited to call for a visit were Brenda Murray, Sherry stepsons, Robert Chastln of Jackonvllle -

Flagler County are: Precinct 1,,, Associate Matron, Wanda Merer with him.During. Hargett, Sue Broadway and Ann and Robert French of
Committeewoman, Eula M. Fuller ; Associate Patron, Henry I the afternoon he also lugas, earned a superior. aytona Beach; two sisters, Mrs.
; Precinct 2, incumbent George Scott; Secretary, Wilma Brock;: I net with friends at the Bunnell Two girls from the band performed Edith Singletary, Jacksonville,
Moody Sr., committeeman, and Treasurer, Joe Brock; Conduct. Civic Center for coffee between twirling solos. Susan Pe- and Mrs. Freda Dunn of Wa-

Lee Bourne. ess, Carolyn Scott; Associate 2 and 4p.m. erson.received a 'rating of excel. ache, Texas; two brothers, Col.
Precinct 3A, Lee Drazba. In. Conductress: Carolyn Raulerson; He had with him a booklet lent and Sandra Owens was ratd Dan Knight of DeLand and Dr.
cumbent Steve Cyzycki did not Organist, Lucille Brooks; Mar which he has had printed, "Med- good.A laude: Knight of Palatka. Also
run for re-election. hal, Ray Mercer; Adah,Rita Diamond care and Health Insurance." superior rating at District surviving are 16 grandchildren
Precinct 5A, Incumbent Vir ; Ruth,'"Alice Lovell Esther, contest jnakesyoo. eligible fotatfrCompetltlon.'The and several nieces and nephews.
ginia'Wilson.-comsnttteewomait; tartrik'MerorrMatths-Leaner 'J1:0iidj Jti ';:j ,BD- << band, Robby Funeral services were held
and Incumbent Coley Mitchell, :isenbacti; Electa, Audrey Rice; MEETS SUNDAY Durrance and the clarinet from the First Methodist Church

committeeman.For harder, Jennie Green; Sentinel, State Parks Director Bill Miler quartet are to travel to Daytona of Bunnell at 3 o'clock Saturday
State Democratic Committee ufus; Miller. announced today that the each to participate in the state afternoon The pastor, Rev. Oil

incumbents George MoodySr. Florida Park Board will meet at contest which will be held May ver F. Taylor, officiated.
committeeman, and Incumbent and 14. Interment followed at the Esmola .
L. Wadsworth of 9 a. m. Sunday, March 20, at the 12, 13
William
Eula M. Fuller, committee. race Hotel in Orlando.The This is the 17th year that the Cemetery.
and obert Myer
woman qualified for re-election unnejl, George E. Newton meeting is open to the band has earned a superior ratIng Pallbearers were Charles Creal,
to the posts. E. L. Eastmore, both of Palatka, at district contests. R. W. Cody Sr., T. K. McKnIght,
In the Circuit Court Judge jalifled for the May primaries. pubUc. -- P. A. Edmonson, Zack Holland

;;::;:;;-- J. D.'. THRIFTWAY STORE AT FLAGLER BEACH and Bunnell Leslie Tucker.Masonic Members Lodge andthe ofthe

Flagler County Shrine Club

1.... .... tended In a body.
, Funeral arrangements were
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I .. '....".. ," under the direction of Craig Funeral -
I q n lf, rul ..... Home of Bunnell.
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This Morning

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I For W. R. Bass
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'j ... -.... William R. Bass Sr. of Flagler

, : .Y ," Beach, owner and operator of theBass

l II",... ,.. Sing Oil Station in Bunnell,
.. died Tuesday morning at theBunnell
! General Hospital after alengthy
I : '1 ,J." Illness.
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II 4'k.TO : .. .... ..;; Ir. Bass was a native of Pel.ham -
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: { 'I. "' Ga., and had resided InFlagler
County for the past 15years.

.0 He was 58 years of age.
'; h-rL I ,l Survivors include his wife,
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q Mrs. Elizabeth Bass, Flagler
I .. Beach; two daughters, Mrs. C. H.Knowles .

'1.If. of Willow, Cal, andMrs.
t i. Faye Oddy of St. Augus.tine -
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and two sons, W. R. Bass
I ,. Jr., Orlando, and Hubert C. Bass,

.I Atlanta, Ga.Funeral .
U services will be held
I at 11 o'clock this morning
jL ., ( Thursday) from the First Bap-
.', ,. ,, tist Church of Flagler Beach. Thepastor

:l a' -,.- 1 -- ..-....:.- .-. ...-. Rev. Max Hall will offi.clate. -
and with the exception of two years Interment will follow at
in Sanford
and lived
If' Ga, I
Boulevard, one
Above is the new Thriftway located on Moody Beach Fla., during his he was in the U. S. Navy during the Espanola Cemetery
Store at Flagler Beach which Is block west of the old store, and Vero childhood and, high school days. World War II. In 1944 he movedto illbearers are Rudolph Hurst,
celebrating its Grand Openingthis has 6300 square feet of space. in the business Texas where he managed Reggie Booth, Emery Alderman,
started grocery
week. J. D. Perritt, who has The Grand Opening will last. He in 1932. Moved to the midwest stores and was personnel training Bob Raulerson, George Stevensand
operated the Flagler Food Storein through the week with prizes being where he joined Safeway supervisor for 12 years before Willie Aaron.Arrangements .
Beach for the past drawn for at 8 p. m. Satur to Florida to buy are under thedirection
Flagler Stores, Inc., and managed supermarkets returning
Is manager of the the Flagler Food Store. of Craig Funeral Home
three years day.Mr. in that area 15 years
in Climax,
new Thriftway. The new store is Perritt was born (Photo by Rein) of lunnell.un .




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I South AlA) several winters, and 15 beautiful handmade piecesof here each winter. They are from

I has many friends here. She was raffia and native pine needles. I Rochester, N. Y., and Canada.

I affectionately known by her She Is a member of.the Arts and I I iCononueo on page 6)

U'taater ui5eack friends here and in Kentucky as Crafts class held each Monday,I ...v, '. ... II --
"Ma Taylor." afternoon from 1 to 4 p. m. at
I
She is survived by two sons, the Sun and Sea Manor in Flag. I PETERSON TEXACO

PAST PRESIDENTS TO BE Novick served tasty refresh. Olin of Greensburg and E. V. of ler Beach. I SERVICE

HONORED AT DIAMOND I I ments. Flagler Beach; one daughter, I The Turcotts( are regular winter I ROAD SERVICE

JUBILEE TEA SUNDAY I Mrs. MattIe Durham of Greens- I visitors, spending six mcnths Light Mechanic, Work

COMMUNITY MEMORIAL burg. Also surviving are six j Phone 437.3441sUDDeU

President Miss Emily Gage and CHURCH NEWS grandchildren and 12 great I IN THE COURT OF COUNTY .
JUIKiR IN AND FOR FLAGLER
Past Presidents of ,the Flagler Sunday School session beginsat grandchildren. COUNTY, KLOHIDA. IN PROBATE. -I HKQt'KST FOR BIDS
Woman's Club will receive guests 9:45: a. m. with classes for all I NO. 808 FOIl DUMP TRUCK
IN KB:
Notice la hereby given that the
and friends that attend the Diamond ages. Church service begins at WINTER VISITOR I Estate of JOSEPH Z. GEPPERT, Board of County Commissioners of

Jubilee Tea 'on Sunday, 111 o'clock with Rev. R. W. Dick- WINS TROPHY I NOTICE Deceased TO CREDITORS bid Flagler until County: will M. receive 4.sealed 1966.

March 20, from 2 to 4 p. m. at ; ert bringing the message. His I I|1 Pursuant to Section 735.06. Flor- In the office olt Clerk of the
Mrs. Harry Turcott, winter i I I Ida Statutes notice is hereby given Circuit Court In the Flagler County
the Flagler Woman's Club, 1524 I topic theme next Sunday will be that an order has been entered by Courthouse Bunnell. F1
visitor at Flagler Beach, won I II I this Court declaring: administrationof One Dump Truck dttnorihe
South Central avenue, Flagler "Some Dangers and Safeguardsin first prize trophy in the makers 1 the estate of JOSEPH Z. GEP- following specifications:
Beach. The public Is cordially View of Apostasy." Everyone I I class for pineneedle craft at the.!> ern PERT yourself as unnecessary.accordingly.Kindly gov- Chassis.One new 1966 2-ton Cab and

Invited to stop In and visit with welcome. i!, First Publication: Feb. 24, 1966 Approximately 133" Wheel Base.
I annual Hobby Show at City .
/sT. K. MCKNIGHT, Minimum 325 cubic inch V-8 en-
friends. All club
old and new Island Recreation Hall, Daytona i I County Judge. gine.
members will act as hostesses, Next Tuesday at 7 p. m. the Beach. '4 I Feb. -March a-l0-U-4tc 5.000 Ibs. Front Axle.
15,000 Ibs. 2 speed Rear Axle.
and are urged to Invite their annual Inspection and Roll Call The show opened last Tuesday:1i 4 speed Transmission.
i Vacuum Booster Brakes.
friends.At I I! will be held preparatory to re- for a three-day showing. This O. F. ALT7ORD Approximately 11.000 lbs com-
:
business meeting bined Rear Springs.
the regular
Scout
registration of the Troop.
the(22nd annual show and I
was ,
8.25 x 20, 10( ply Tube type
last Wednesday members This will be held at the Flagler approximately 7000 persons visited Registered tlrtI tires on 6.0 rims.
voted to the Red Cross Beach Methodist Church. Parentsare u mirrors Spare Wheel, rearview
sponsor during the three days. I Real Estate Broker on both sides, turning *
Fund Drive In Flagler Beach during expected to attend as wellas signals and oil filter.
Mrs. Turcott displayed pocketbooks Bunnell Florida Also equipped with D-40 Marion
the month of March. Mrs. all Boy Scouts, Rev. Stanton trays and glass holders, or equivalent 4 cubic yard water
Frank Brede, Mrs. Jasper White said. I level Contractor type Dump Body

and Mrs. V. W. flames will be I,I I).""-VWfJWWWWWVWFOR ..,:'."' .,:'..................."'.."."'J''rf..NrI'JV\ Hoist.half-round Protector Cab.and 7 Inch double arm

chairmen of the house to House I E. V Taylor In ALL HOURS-DAY OR NIGHT Price to be FOB Bunnell Indi-
canvass. John McCabe offered to cating approximate delivery date.
Kentucky For The Board reserves the right to
contact the businesses, which reject any and all bid*.
the Mother's FuneralE. AMBULANCE Dated at Bunnell Florida, this
was greatly appreciated by 14th day of March 1966.
club. V. Taylor returned home PHONE VAlley 1625 ALFRED R. TUCKER
I Chairman Board of
Named on the nominating Wednesday from Greensburg, SERVICE Commissioners of Flagler County
ST. AUGUSTINE. FLORIDA
committee were Mrs. V. W. Ky., where he was called by the ATTEST County: ,E.Florida A.

Haines, chairman, with Mrs. death of his mother, Mrs. E. F. Never be hesitant about calling a Garcia Ambulance. We SMYTHEClerk
\ March 17 & 24-2tc
Myrtle Streeter and Mrs. Sam Taylor, who passed away Sun. are always at your service with promptness safety and
Novick. The new slate of officers day. Funeral was held Tuesday l.V B\TH TIIR riHCt'IT COUIIT. 8EV-
experience. DICIAIj CIRCUIT IN
will be presented at the April 6 morning at Parrots Funeral AND FOil KLACJLKH COUNTY

meeting, at which time commit. Home. Equipped With Oxygen Resusitator and Inhalator FLORIDA.NO. G242 l.V CHANCERY. CASE

tee chairmen are asked to bring Mrs. Taylor was 95 years of MARY ANN STOKES.Plaintiff

their complete written reports. age and was active until abouta Garcia Funeral Home -vs- ,

There will not be a meeting on year ago. She has visited in ROY ARTHUR STOKES Defendant.

March 23.Thanks. Flagler Beach with her son and P. E. GARCIA, Licensed Funeral Director NOTICE TO APl'HAIl

to Sheriff P. A. Ed- daughter-in-law (who operatethe I LADY ASSISTANT ; I I THE ROY STATE ARTHUR OF FLORIDA STOKES TO:

mondson and Sgt. Jim McKinnonof Kentucky Colonel Motel, I Wilmington lift North 23rd North Street Carolina
the Highway Patrol there -- ---- You are hereby notified that a
suit for dlvprce has I
been tiled
should be about 20 better informed C'MON r \ut TMERt fHI 1S, CY.SOWL BOAT, rVs ONB Of THO! against you in the above entitled
A PEEK .., 'i.._ ,.;I ICKuto tH?Ru SS LIKE MILUOW,Tb drivers in Flagler County CAR 1 BQU&HT AT BfcCX SEKT MAKES UP to serve upon Plaintiff's Attorney. '
1 IUTO K &ED. (00(0 I whose name and address
after the interesting review of appear
KRANTZ SOLID. cilia c BOTH THt OIL hereon, your written defense if
safety rules and a film on car AND THE SHILLS 1=VERY any. to the Bill of Complaint In
the MOTORS tooo nuts aid suit, on or befoe the 16th day
accidents given following of April. 1966 else decree pro con-

meeting last Wednesday. Every. WHAT A WiA.t THAT. ACE fe IKn 'IMse entered hand against you.
my and seal of
one present agreed they benefited MKE.;:. i Mid' Court this loth day of March
> A. D. 1966.
very much, and thanked e i (Seal) E. A. SMYTHE
Program Chairman Mrs. Jasper Clerk of said Court.
By Julia R. Harvey
White for lining up the program. ADSWORTW'puty Clerk.P. .
W. L. W
Following the review Mrs. Sam O. Box 896
Bunnell. Florida
.. Attorney for Plaintiff
March 17-24-31 & April T-4tcIV

TIIR CIRCUIT COURT OF
1'MC.I.KR COUNTY. FLORIDA,
I> CIIANCKRY: No. .1318
GEORGE A. MASSARO.
Plaintiff,

JANET JOYCE MASSARO.
Defendant.
NOTICE TO DEFEND
THE STATE OF FLORIDA TO:
JANET JOYCE MASSARO
I 142 High Street
vnIerthiAmboy' New Jersey
\ h.r herJ.l3rJ? notified that a
\ suit
filed against you In
the aoove entitled cause: and you
are hereby required to file your
answer with the Clerk of this Court.
and to serve a copy thereof
upon
Use Diazinon. i the plaintiff or plalntlff's attorney
whose RAY name SELDEN and address Is:


It controls foliage insects not later Heldf'n Dayton"than Building Beach April ,2Florida: 1966.

It you fall to do so, decree pro
confe"so will be entered against
you for the relief demanded" In the
in vegetables bill of complaint. The nature of
Bald IHllt being" .
hand
WITNESS and
my ( seal of
said Court this 23rd day Febru-
when is nry. A. D. 1966
even
I your crop (Official Seal) E. A. SMYTHE
Clerk" of Mid circuit Court
Uy Julia R Harvey,
under stress. Mar. ;.M0.1T-24-4tcDePUt/ Clerk

NOTICE: C nKH: FICTITIOUS

I the NOTICE undersigned 18 I ri\.4.Jf! GIVEN that I
In desiring to engage
business
under the fictitious
name of l'ANTHY PRIDE
In the
Your potato or other vegetable plants undergo protect your crop close to harvest. .with County liter said of name o'lagler, intends' to reg-

stress whenever there is too muchortoolittIewaterheatornutrients.They're out residue problems.So ty.the Florida.Circuit I Court with of Flalrler the Clerk Coun-ot

for fully effective foliage insect con. :FOOD FAIR STdRES. INC.,

also weakened when you disturb them by trol throughout the season, use Diazinon. ?oJ PennsyIvanla N, W. 32nd corporation AvenueAROVOVITZ

cultivating or transplanting. Thus, stress Order Diazinon SOW (wettable powder), : AItOrMoVITZ4&

can occur at any time. or Diazinon AG500 (emulslfiable-concentrate IIAVERFIELD

Insecticides which work systemically by ), from your supplier today. 25 U7rr-vrS?yv! National for 1"'Vlstrant Dank Building.

plant absorption are known not to be efficient And write us for your free copy of the :Miami I Florida Flagler 33130 Street

I under such conditions. But,what will brand-new 1966 Diazinon Handbook. It March 310.i7244tgFLORIDA

definitely work is Diazinon insecticide tells you how to use Diazinon to protect

with its fast contact action. more than 30 different vegetables from t lie 1Iilsgltr tIIribunrIIUNNELL.

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

It kills aphids,leaf minersand awide range Geigy Agricultural Chemicals, Divisionof ,

of other foliage insects. Even those kinds Geigy Chemical Corporation, Saw Mill JRS. M B.

of Insects which may have become resist -River Road, Ardsley, New York 10502. FULLER Editor

ant to some other insecticides. What's Deoi4laated .ewB.,.... for all

more, the "staying power" of Diazinon G e i gyDiazinon Le... Ad.ertblar

provides control that's long enough to cut CUATOM OflMKAU fOt MODI UN AOUCMTUU Entered &II second class matter

your spraying expenses, yet allows you to office February at Bunnell 6. 1911. at the poet-
Florida under
Act ot March 3. 117.


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April Activities. the picturesque plaza, located in in the Bayfront Bandshell. ''I Burns, pastor of the Cathedral Stars of this yearly event are the
the heart of this oldest city. Parish, will conduct the blessing horses of St. Augustine's familiar
In this nation'soldest
Palm
Hours for the Festival 9 Sunday ceremonies. sight-seeing carriages, which
are a. m. I
In St. AugustineThe city brings with it the
until 5:30 and Sat. I sport perky Easter bonnets do-
m. Friday
p. annual Blessing of the Fishing All boats, under power, are
and 1 until 5 Sun. I nated by prominent national and
urday m.
beginning of April will p. Fleet, as boaters from North welcome to participate. There
herald a list of interesting activities day. Over $1,000 In prize money Florida make their yearly pil are no charges or fees and no I I International ladies. Reigningover
will be awarded in the Easter Week Is the Royal
for this 400-year-old categoriesof grimage to participate in this I reservations are necessary.A
oil, water color and other Family and entourage, costumedin
Spanish city, as St. Augustine
colorful religious observance. gala Easter Parade, solemn
hosts an Arts and Crafts Festival media paintings, sculpture, Sponsored by the St. Augustine I religious ceremonies, events for regal 17th century court cos
the annual Blessing of the graphics Including prints and Boating Club in cooperation with the children and a pageant de. tumes.
and enamels, glass, I For further Information concerning
Fishing Fleet and the yearly drawings the Roman Catholic Diocese of scribe the St. Augustine Easter
mosaics, ceramics and April activities In St.
Easter Week Festival. jewelry St. Augustine, the ceremony will Week Festival, April 1017. Observances -
in the crafts Augustine write: Chamber of
weaving
the is the Arts category.As after 12 Easter
Heading events begin immediately begin Sunday
Commerce, 10 Castillo Drive, St.
and Crafts Festival Palm Sun feature, o'clock at the with sunrise service Cas
on a special Saturday I mass newly re a atop I Augustine, Fla. 32084.
day weekend, April 1.3, when the Arts and Crafts Festival is stored Cathedral of St. tillo de San Marcos National
artists and craftsmen in Florida sponsoring a 14.act variety show, tine. A colorful AUgUS.// Monument and the annual "Pa.
and neighboring states will be including singing, dancing and make its way from the rada de los Caballos y Coches," In Reykjavlck, Iceland, nearlyone
given an opportunity to show I instrumental numbers. The en. dral to the City Yacht Pier where I a colorful parade complete with shop In five Is a bookstore,
and sell their creative work In tertainment will begin at 2 p.m. the Rt. Rev. Monsignor John P.I' bands, floats and walking units. the National Geographic says.








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Curious EditionsOf survived. rate parties. Long before Wash I grew out of the German Kinder- first month, the first year, the
The reign of Charles I also saw ington and Lincoln, the Greeks feste. Centerpiece of the festive I tenth year, and the 50th year.
: the "Fool Bible" in which the observed birthdays of important table was the Geburtstagtorte, a On his 60th birthday, a Chinese -
Holy Bible text of Psalm 14 read, "The fool men after their death. rich layer cake ringed with can man officially Joins the
hath said in his heart there is Greek gods had monthly birth- dIes. In some families, the can- I'older generation. Dutiful child.
Translators' whims and print a God." The dropped "no" cost I days. Artemis, goddess of the dles were lighted when the child ren present their father with a
ers' errors have created a host the printers 3,000 pounds. I moon and hunt, was honored on awakened. They were kept burn : deep-blue silk robe embroideredwith
of Biblical curiosities such as "BasketMul of Errors" the sixth of every month. Moon. I ing, with replacements, until the the longevity characters' In
the "Breeches Bible," the "Bug I In 1717, John Baskett of Ox- I shaped honey cakes lit with tap party. This guaranteed a happy gold. The robe is worn on birthdays
Bible" and the "Wicked Bible." ford printed a magnificent edition ers were placed on altars in her I year for the child. an auspicious time to ab
The Breeches Bible Is the most of the King James Bible temples-the first birthday can sorb vital energy from the garment
Blowing out the candles with
famous of these unusual editions with large type and many plates. dles. I one breath has several meanings. Noodles are an essential
the National Geographic But it proved to be so full of Roman emperors celebrated I I It recalls the tests of skill and birthday dish because, being
Society says. In this 1560 Eng. mistakes that the edition quick. I their birthdays with parades, I I strength once common on birth. long and numerous, they symbolize
lish-language Bible, printed in ly acquired the :nickname "A' circuses, and gladiatorial com days. It long life.
serves as a symbolic
Switzerland the translator had Baskett-ful of Errors." It is also I bats. The Emperor Caligula expected -I
wiping out of the past and start-
Adam and Eve sewing fig leaves known as the "Vinegar Bible" everyone to turn out to I
i I Ing anew. Most importantly, it
together to make "breeches," not from a heading on St. Luke honor him. The imperial wrath insures ,
that a secret wish will
the familiar "aprons" of the which read, "The Parable of descended upon anyone who Ignored I come true. II' :
King James Version.In Vinegar" (for vineyard). 20'j the command perform REHEWYOURDRIVER'S
a 1551 Bible, Psalm 91 Three editions share the ance. I In the Far East, the Chinese LICENSE &
speaks of "bugges by night," instead bious distinction of being called i i In the Dark Ages, the church I traditionally have attached great DURIH6YOURANNOUNCING "
of "the terror .by night. the "Murderers Bible." One typographical I frowned on birthday celebrations : importance to birthdays, especially BIRTH MONTH
I such
Bugges or bogies, Is an old Eng error changed "mur- as pagan survivals. Despite disapproval milestones as the
lish word meaning terror. murers" In Jude 'to "murderers. noblemen often held!
Another made Numbers 35:18 great revels on their birthdays. )
The "Z reacle Bible" I
read "The murderer shall surelybe By the 12th century, parish I
Another 16th-century transla-1
i
tor (rendered Jeremiah's question put together," instead of "to I churches were keeping birth rec- I{
death." In the the ords. Birthday I
third phrase customs and folk.
"Is there no balm in Gilead? as
"Is there not triacle at Gilead?" from Mark 7:27, "Let the children lore developed. j I am a candidate for re-election as
first be filled," became Birthday greetings were more i!
this version to
Thenceforth be known as the "Treacle came Bible." shockingly, "Let them be killed.. than a friendly gesture in the 'I) COUNTY COMMISSIONER, DISTRICT 4
The fearsome New divine Middle Ages. Good wishes
England on )
The apostle Peter advised husbands
to treat a wife as "the Cotton Mather, excoriated that day brought good fortune ) I consider it an honor to represent the peopleof
weaker vessel," but the translator "scandalous Errors of Press- because the celebrant was then I j Flagler County. If re-elected, I will continue to
I work" in citing a Bible with closer to the spirit world. Con.
a
of a 1549 English Bible appended I' serve to the best of my ability.
this stern note, "And if highly appropriate misprint for I versely, evil wishes meant bad I
she be not obedient and helpful "Princes" in Psalm 119: "Printers luck. Belated greetings were Your vote and support will be appreciated
have without most unwelcome. Even If friendly I
persecuted me -
unto him, endeavoreth to beat
the fear of God into her head." cause." I :, they brought misfortune.Cake I' Alfred R. TuckerPd.

So was born the "Wife-Beater and Candles
Bible." I Birthdays Range The modern children's party ( Political Adv.)

Typographical errors have .
plagued Biblical scholars even I From Gay .

more than eccentric translation. .
Mistakes were so prevalent in To Sedate
early English Bibles that the
Crown took control of Bible Birthdays-never more popular .
printing, and even today a lim than today-are the most
ited number of British publish. universal of all celebrations. Extension phones
ers are authorized to print the Observances around the world -
King James Version. range from riotous children's
Andrew Anderson, remembered parties in the United States to help you outwit busy days.
as one of the worst printers ever I ceremonial Chinese gatherings,
known in Scotland, issued a Bible I j I the National Geographic Society Put them to work all around
,
in the 17th century with 2,000 ]1 says.Primitive
misprints in the New Testament II I man celebrated no
alone. birthdays because he had no your home.
Anderson rivaled John calendar. Some tribes considered
was by I
Field of London, who in 1653 counting wicked and kept no How about one for the kitchen?
printed New Testament sprinkled record of time. The Egyptians, _,
with typographical errors. who devised one of the first calendars -
The most serious made a line threw monumental Best way to keep an eye onwhat's

from I Corinthians read, ". the birthday parties.
unrighteous shall Inherit the The biographer Plutarch related stewing boiling broiling toasting
,
,
kingdom of God." Field's edition that Cleopatra honored ,
survives as the "Unrighteous Anthony "withi the utmost prod while discuss what's '
cooking.
i Bible." igality of splendor and magnificence you

The "Wicked Bible" of 1631 : so that many of the guestssat
resulted from the omission of down in want and went (What else that costs so little makes you feel so good?)

"not" from the Seventh Com home wealthy men." X 'OOPY,70OOY4w.... w!...n}k;. }.; +: .F, N.OMMOpgMp: K.A{.. .s'
mandment. Charles I ordered the
No Children's Parties
printers fined and all thousand ;
The ancient Greeks celebrated
copies that had been printed to I
the birthdays of men and gods;
be destroyed. Only four copiesare
women and children did not
known to have escaped and I I

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To The People of Flagler CountyI I t ; urr r



have qualified for re-election on the Flagler

County Board of Public Instruction, District 1

I promise you I will continue to fulfill the

duties of this Herschel office to the KingI'd. best of my ability. it1It j



Political Adv.)

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TO MY FELLOW CITIZENS uwvwww OF FLJ i

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FLAGLER COUNTYI : .


am again placing my name before you to serve as ) -

your County Commissioner from District 2 for i : i

another term. I want to thank you for your confidence .

in me for many years. Hoping I still merit !

that confidence and support I remain,



Respectfully, @ Southern Bellr

GEORGE E. WICKLINE

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II I Lykes "Sugar Creek" SMOKED

ii I I II SLAB BACON

LOCALS
I lb.
: Merchants 59C

SLICED FREE

i CARRIE DEEN HONORED Gently enjoyed a weekend visit.

GUEST LUNCHEON- ing In Key West. Lean Western


WEDNESDAY NOON Mrs. Rosely Cameron has returned PORK STEAKSlb.
Mrs. Cordell Robertson had as
home from a visit in At
her guests at a luncheon Wed-
lanta with her sister, and also .
nesday Miss Carrie Deen and 630
visited friends in Belvedere, S.C.
Mrs. Connie Beville, both of I
Gainesville; Mrs. Dave Deen 'and
Guest of Mrs. Fred Geller last
Mrs. George Geibert of Jacksonville
week was her sister, Mrs. Ben
and Mrs. Wllda Cobb of
Davis of Ft. Lauderdale. Duringher BEEF SALE
Bunnell. stay here they visited with
The occasion was the birthday
relatives in St. Augustine and
anniversary of Miss Carrie Deen. ROAST Ib.
'-A She is Mrs. Robertson's aunt. Hastings.Mrs. CHUCK 49'

Gordon Buckles and
4: FRIENDLY CIRCLE I children, Kathy, Sherry and
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..p MEETS"' TONIGHT WITH I Wayne, were In Tallahassee during CHUCK STEAK lb.59c

ROSELY CAMERONThe the past weekend as guestsof

Friendly Circle of the First her brother-in-law and sister.
Methodist Church of Bunnell They also attended the FSU Col.

meets tonight with Mrs. Rosely lege Circus while there. RIB STEAK lb.89G

Cameron at her home on North
Mrs. George Geibert and Mrs.
Moore street.
Dave Deen of Jacksonville visit.

Guests of Mr. and Mrs:Dean ed here several days this week Cut" PORK '
the weekendwere with Mrs. Maude Holland, Mrs.
Holland during past
Mr. and Mrs. Carey Holland Wilda Cobb and Mrs. Cordell LOIN

of Tallahassee.Mr. Robertson.Mrs. ROAST lb. 73


and Mrs. Tommy Salyerds Miller Teters returned
I home from the Ormond Beach ;
from
,. "4 their had a son telegram, Alvin, stating Tuesday he had I Hospital last weekend where she' Drummer Boy (6-? Avg.) SLICED FREE

lie Is with underwent treatment and sur.
I arrived in Germany.

the U. S. Army. gery.Mr.. Smoked PICNICS lbM 49

4. Jack Hall, accompanied by his i and Mrs. Cordell Robertson

mother, Mrs. J. C. Hall Sr., and I accompanied by Stanford
his aunt, Mrs. George Hall, re- Robertson were in Gainesville
-- Sunday afternoon visiting with
their son, Boyd, who is a studentat Van Camp's No. 2/, Can

the university there. They also PORK & MAXWELL HOUSECOFFEE
ADS BEANS
WANT visited the Engineers Fair at the 2f r490

University of Florida while there.
Royal King CUT 303 Can
Listings under this heading are
3 cents a word each insertion.I Mr. and Mrs. Richard Cantrell GREEN for
75 cents is the minimum charge and grandson, Peri Knight of BEANS 8 100Pure 1'Ting

FOR RENT-2-bedroom Duplex, Miami,were here during the past:
screened porch. Call 4373304. weekend.: They were called here Gold 24 oz. Bottle Limit 1 with $5.00 or more food order

Mar. 17-tfc by the death of Peri's grandfather SYRUP E>. 190

Walter Knight.Mrs. .
Zephyr 12 oz. Mug
with
26V x38 JALOUSIE windows

screens. $7.50. Chest, $17.50. Jer Daisy Buckles left duringthe FLO-CANE PEANUT BUTTER Ea. 3ge
ry's Furniture & Appliances, Old weekend to visit with her

Dixie Highway, 2 miles south of daughter and son-in-law, Mr. SUGAR DAIRY SPECIAL
Korona. Phone 4373752. and Mrs. Jim Barker in Macon, -

Mar. 17-ltp Georgia.Mr. Pillsbury CANNED 8 oz. Can

FOR RENT-2-bedroom trailer at and Mrs. Harry Atkinsonwere 5 Bag 390 BISCUITS 4 for 35e

a Flagler Beach, $43 a month. Call visiting in Miami two days Limit 1 with $5.00 or more food order

439-2160 Tuesday through Sun. last week on a pleasure trip. FROZEN FOODS -
day 2 to 4 p. m.

Mar. 10-tfc Mr. and Mrs. Wilbur Sheffieldare FRESH PRODUCE Singleton BREADED 10 oz. Pkg.
visiting in Abco Island in
HOUSE FOR SALE-CBS construction .
the Bahama Islands with his SHRIMP Ea.63CCHEER
3 bedrooms, 2 baths, 1 lb. Cello BagCARROTS
parents, Mr. and Mrs. Scott Shef
large Florida room, 2-car carport field.
six (6) lots, 2 air conditioners E100
corner of Palmetto and
Mrs. Charles Chambers has
Lambert. Phone 437.3215 after Large Crisp HeadLETTUCE
returned home after a visit in
4 p. m. Jan. 20 tf St. Petersbury with her parents, Ea. 230

FILL DIRT-Call Martin Harding Mr. and Mrs. C. B. Stickney.Mrs. GIANT *

for fill dirt and top soil. Phone Juicy RedGRAPES SIZEn&
4373669. Jan 13-TFC Rosely Cameron and Mrs.
Isham Johnston were luncheon "" 190 (NO LIMIT)

Furnished apartment for rent. guests of Mrs. H. T. Cook at !the
Call Harris Appliances, 4373367. Ponce de Leon Hotel In St. Au.
Dec. 23 tf. """"
gustine Tuesday.


carport bedroom FOR SALE.beach Florida LEASE.house OR room unfurnished. RENT-, and I I Mrs. to Daisy her home Walker, North has Pine returned I 50 1 Mw rrib I'' 100 M.RMrib ri I I Iwith


Hurricane fence encloses street, after a lengthy In the
back Call 4373472. 2-10-tf Bunnell General Hospital. with coupon & purchaseof with coupon & purchase* coupon & purchaseof
yard.
((2) 15Va oz. Cans
(1)) 6 oz. Jar of $2.00 or more
cons UPHOLSTERY, Bunnell Guests of Rev. and Mrs. Oliver Armour Star
DRY GOODS
Fla Hwy. 11, will pick up and Taylor and family over the PLEASE CORNED BEEF HASH
deliver all furniture free. For weekend were Rev. Taylor's Coupon Void After Coupon Void After Coupon void after

sample material and prices on mother and stepfather, Mr. and Monday, March 21, 1966 Monday, March 21, 1966, Monday, March 21, 1966
labor call 4373673. 7-1-tf Mrs. North of Jacksonville.Mr. .

SEPTIC TANK cleaning; drain and Mrs. Joe Vladar, Pal.
fields Installed; snail shell. Rea. estine, 111., were guests of the

sonable prices. Call George Ja- Walter Creals, Bunnell, Tuesday,
roz, ID 7.3410 8-1-tf March 15. The Vladars are for

mer neighbors of the Creals in

JOHNSTON'S LaGrange Park, III, now retiredto
Palestine and currently vaca '
FLAGLER BEACH REALTY CO.
tioning at Ormond Beach.
LOTS HOMES, OCEAN FRONT, III) r11'

WATER FRONT, FARMS,
The first state farmers' mar.
ACREAGE
f. ket In Florida opened at Sanford .
Bee us lot your real estate needs '
in 1934 and eight years Phone 437-3227
Office Phone HE 9.2242
later, 26 markets sold over $13 OPEN SUNDAYS
Residence Phones ID 7.3691 U.s. No. 1 BUNNELL
million worth of agricultural 8:00 a.m.-1:00 p.m.
or ID 7.3517:
products. Quantity Rights Reserved Prices Good March 17, 18, 19, 20 and 21, 1966

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THURS. FRI. SAL :

(MARCH 17, 18, 19) SaLE'' T OPEN I I
8:30 P. M.
312 MOODY BLVD. 'TIL

9: P. M.
FLAGLER BEACH _During Opening


,U. S.:No. 1 WHITE Vent-Vu Bag "SHURFINE" FRUITCOCKTAIL I "SHURFINE" MACARONI or
POTATOES 10 Lbs. 45C 4 Nc;;s03100 I SPAGHETTI 7p g.100

"3-DIAMONDS" SLICEDPINEAPPLE "LARA LYNN"
"CRISP 'N JUICY" Vanilla .
4 Cans WAFERS 1Pkg. 250
JONATHAN APPLES 35e
Bag "DEL MONTE" TOMATO "ALABAMA GIRL" WHOLE.

FIRM "VINE RIPE" SAUCE 10 8 Cans Oz..I00 SWEETS 2J.?" 3ge

TOMATOES"FRESH Lb. 17c "KRAFT" "THRIFTY"

B B Q SAUCE 3 18 Jars Oz. 100 :. ALCOHOL Z 1Btls.t.29c l ,
'N CRISP"
Stalk "LYKES" CORNED BEEF "SUN-LITE"
CELERY tOe HASH 3 NCa300 100 TOMATOES 8 Nc"a;03 100

"BEECHNUT" STRAINED "SHURFRESH"
BABY FOOD :12 iars. 100 BISCUITS 6 8r k Oz.: 490

"AMERICAN BEAUTY" "GOLDEN GEM" FLA.
MIRACLE DETERGENT CREAM CORN Z No.a 303 29c ORANGE JUICE 6 6 Cans Oz. 8ge

r TIDE

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GIANT BOX -


47 ASST."SCOTT"COLORS "TABLE READY"
SOLID .!I r

Limit 1 with your $5.00 or(; : TOWELS f LEO
more food order please) !i> JUMBO ROLL


29* Pkg.Lb. 1 10''

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(Limit 2 with your $5.00 or (Limit 2 with your $5.00 or
more food order please) more food order) please)
BUY 2 AND
YOU GET ANOTHER 1"SHOWBOAT" I




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100 EXTRA 100 EXTRA 100 EXTRA
With this coupon I 'With this coupon k With this coupon I
ana purchase of II I and purchase of and purchase of;
"JERGENS"LOTION "Armour Star"FRANKS II I F."CRAZY'0 A M II

PORK and BEANS 101/2 ox.BU. 100 ,,2 1 Ib.Pkgs.138 6Vz o=. Can 79c
Coupon good at your"THRIFT. < >Coupon good at your "THRIFT. 5 Coupon good at your 'THRIFT.
2 No.Cans 300 JOe WAY"only,thru Sat.March 19 WAY"only,thru Sat..March 19 WAY"only thru Sat. March 19

.......
BUY 2 AND BUY 2 AND BUY 2 AND BUY 2. AND
YOU GET ANOTHER 1 YOU GET ANOTHER 1 YOU GET ANOTHER 1 YOU GET ANOTHER 1








"KAL KAN" "LYKES" VIENNASAUSAGE HERMAN'S "ORANGE BAND"FRANKS "ARMOUR STAR"

DOG FOOD BAG SAUSAGE

Tall 3gew 2 4O 450 2 One Lb. 4T38 One Lb. j Cans Cans Pkgs. JL 2 Pkgs. J.




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NEVER FROZEN!
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FLA. GRADE "A" WHOLE
"FOLGER'S"ALL
GRINDS S '

COFFEE Lw1 .e
T
Fge, I LB. CAN

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(Limit 1 with your $5.00 or
more food order please)



(LIMIT 2 PLEASE)
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U. S. "CHOICE" FLAVOR-AGED BEEF FLA. GRADE "A" SPLIT
POT ROAST Lb. 590 BROILERS Lb. 39C

U. S. "CHOICE" FLAVOR-AGED BEEF "FRESH PORK" SHOULDER "LIPTON"TEA
4 ROLLED ROAST Lb. 79* PICNIC I ROAST Lb. 4ge !

"FUL CUT"ROUND "CENTER CUT" ; BAGS

STEAK Lb. 98c PORK CHOPS Lb. 8ge J r.

"OVEN READY" "FAMILY-PAK" ,, Zifs490 -
RIB STEAK Lb. 98e = PORK CHOPS. Lb. 6ge :c :

"LEAN CUT"CHUCK "PORK LOIN ROAST" (Limit 1 with your $5.00 or
STEAK Lb. LOIN RIB : more food order please)
69C PORTION Lb. 79c PORTION Lb. 69c
"ROUND BONE" "ARMOUR'S" BRISKET
SHOULDER STEAK Lb. 7ge CORNED BEEF Lb. 69C

FRESH! "100% PURE" "THRIFTWAY" FANCY
GROUND BEEF 3 Lbs.
"SUDDEN BEAUTY"

HAIR SPRAY

I' Reg. $1.07 Size
DIGESTIBLE "WINTER GARDEN"FROZEN
SHORTENING ONLY !It
CHERRY PEACH

CRISCO FRUITPIES o 69Limit

3 LB. CAN ( 1 with your $5.00 or
more food order please)
1ScO 47- ;

20 Large Oz.Pie 25'
(Limit 1 with your
$5.00 or more food l BUY 4 AND
IMF order please) (Limit 3 with your $5.00 or I YOU GET ANOTHER 4
,more food order please)




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50 EXTRA 50 EXTRA 50 EXTRA
With this coupon j I 1 With this coupon I I [With this coupon
and purchase of I ana purchase of 'ana rarchase ol
) II
II I I )I
PUDDINGS"ROYAL" "MIRACLE"W HIP" EACH"HONEYDEW" "JIFFY" FROSTING &

6 Reg.Pkg.6gc Qt. Jar 63C MELON CAKE MIXES
Coupon good at your"THRIFT. Coupon good at your "THRIFT- Coupon good at your "THRIFT- 9 Oz.
WAY"only, thru Sat.,March 19 WAY"only,thru Sat. March 19 WAY"only thru Sat., March 19 4 Pkgs. SSe

BUY 1. AND BUY 1. AND BUY 6. AND WHEN YOU BUY .
YOU GET ANOTHER 1 YOU GET ANOTHER 1 YOU GET ANOTHER 6 KRAFT'S "PHILADELPHIA"CREAM

CHEESE

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8 Oz.
Pkg. 1ge
YOU GET A 3 OZ. PKG.



"MORTON" FROZENDOUGHNUTS "TNT"INSECT "TOPP" ASST. FLAVORS

BOMBS COLA DRINKS

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I Tip On Cutting RosesBy 1-Use ;sharp knife or pruning
making a clean cut Just
Ed Fisher
, above a well developed five-
}! Asst Experiment Stations Editor leaflet leaf. huM 20,000
Don't Just cut your roses. Dr. McFadden says die backa -
First think over the arrange- blackening of stems and the
ment in which they are to be dying back from the tip or pruning -,
used. cut-may result If you leavea 7 Ifl TOP VALUE STAMP
Larger, more open flowers ragged cut or a long stub
used low In the container need above a dormant bud. NO OBLIGATION-NOTHING TO BUY
less of a stem than tighter buds The condition or culture of a
used for height. plant affects the life of its cut VALLEYDALE (Dry Cured)
S. E. McFadden, assistant horticulturist flowers, and ones cut from
with Florida's Agricultural healthy plants last longer.
Experiment Stations, The horticulturist explainsthat SMOKED Saver
says to cut buds after the green buds "cut late In the after. -
sepals fold backward toward the noon will last longer than, those
stem and the outside petals losen cut In the morning."
and start to unfurl. Blooms cut Flowers of some varieties,suchas CouponCut
as tight buds will fall to open,I, the Alamo, and Christian PICNICS Ib. 49
he adds.
(Continued on Page 9) out and have the
cashier coupon and
stamp
Sliced Free
( ) save ((8)) in 10 week
ZIMMERLE pe-
MARINE CPL. C. W. (Chip)
riod.
FLAVOR AGED (U. S. CHOICE)
S : Receive 800 Free Stampsat
lb. end of 10 week period
CHUCK STEAK 59' and be eligible for 20,000
Stamp Drawing April 30,

FAMILY STEAK lb. 79' 1966.COUPON No. 4

Void after Mar. 21, 1966

RIB STEAK.lb.. 98'



SIRLOIN T-BONET MAXWELL HOUSE

(Reg. or Drip)
(Boneless)

F t. ROUND STEAK lb. 99 COFFEE-


lb.WORLD'S Ib.l 47*
i CUBE STEAK.. 89' Tin

1 Limit ((1) with $5.00 or
more food order
BESTGROUND

BEEF 3 :fr;1"

CAPITAL (By Armour) GIANT SIZE

SMOKED SAUSAGE lb 4ge
Cpl. ZImmerle Is the son of Mr. and Mrs. Homer D. Zlmraerle TIDE"CHEER
of Bunnell who Is now stationed in Viet Nam with the U.,S. Ma., I
FLA.
GRADE "A" (Family Pkg.)
rines. He recently wrote to his parents here telling of many experiences .
they encounter in the fighting there. f CUT-UP FRYERS Bag.:I89
Cpl. ZImmerle is a graduate of St. Augustine High School
and a former resident of St Augustine.TO FLA. GRADE
"A" (Fresh, Not Frozen)

STEWING HENS lb. 29e Gt. 47
ALL FLAGLER CtfUNTIANS AND FRIENDS: Box
EXTRA LEAN (Meaty)
I ICommunity's
To show our appreciation for the .
Support HAM HOCKS Ib"SSe Limit more((1) food with orderU. $5.00 or

YOU are cordially invited to a HAM

DIAMOND JUBILEE TEA .
CENTER SLICES 9ge
In honor of the 75th birthday of the
S. No. 1POTATOES
General Federation Women's Clubs
SUNLITE (33 Can)
To be Held
TOMATOES 8Cans1OoHAWAIIAN
Sunday, March twentieth, 1966

two 'til four P. :M. (46 oz. Can) RED or

Flagler Woman's Club Cans 10 lb. ,
1524 South Central Avenue I YELLOW PUNCH 3 1 Bag 47-

Flagler Beach, FloridaTHANKS NEW (Save lOc) Limit
((1) with $5.00 or
\ FORMULA 409 B?Ea: 79e more food order

BUSH 303 Can

CUT BEANS 4C"680TABLE Frozen Foods -,

READYSOLID
MORTON'S 10 Oz.
I WOULD LIKE TO TAKE THIS MEANS TO
OLEO 235 MEAT
EXPRESS MY APPRECIATION TO THE VOTERS *
OF BUNNELL FOR RETURNING ME TO THE
In Our PIES 4 for 75
CITY COMMISSION.' Announcing Dairy Dept.-

DAVE PERRYMAN MEADOW BROOKS FARM'S I C EALLJERSEY

(I'd Political Adv.)
MILK I ....................................Cartons l s Gal. 49C MILK "s Gal. 49


" Quantity RightsReserved

,;' BROWN & BROWN INC. WE GIVE METTSSUPER ***

INSURANCEOUR I TOPVALUE' PRICES GOOD
Thurs., Fri., Sat.
and Monday
PHONE NUMBER IS MARKET March 17, 18, 19

, ', 437-3394 i STAMPS 103 SOUTH RAILROAD ST. Tel.and 437-3201 21st

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Books Are My Dish I still read it myself as "Fridaythe Florida's Cypress Gardens has During January 1966, Florida's
: (&ac I Rabbit-etc." I have given featured quiet electric tour boat motel Industry will exceed the
I the matter much thought and rides through picturesque tropical billion dollar capital investment
By Dorothy Homons
conclude it is a question of style waterways since 1938. mark.
from
(Continued page 9)
At the post office, the pier and plus good but not "hangable" -
MAYOR'S PROCLAMATION the City Hall are posted copiesof printing of the title in which the

a February meeting of the two i's are smaller than all the
WHEREAS, the year 1965 AnnouncingMy
City Commissioners that has in other letters.
marked the seventy-fifth year
it pleasant comments and news
of Progress and Growth of the Candidacy For Memberof
General Federation of Women's about the Flagler Beach Public I Tips On Cutting Roses 'I
Library.I .
Clubs In America, and I (Continued From Page 8) the

WHEREAS, the Flagler Wom never was an Ernest Heming : Board of Public InstructionDistrict i
this Dior, open more slowly. and last
an's Club is celebrating way fan until long after he be.
event by having Open House came famous, then I was won longer than others. No. 3
Sunday afternoon, 2 to 4 p. m., over by his "Old Man and the The specialist says that flow.
Your Vote and
ers of a few varieties like Mon Support Will Be Appreciated
March 20, 1966, at the clubhouseon Sea." After his death I read part
South Central Avenue, of "A Moveable Feast" that his tezuma and Troplcana "tend to HOWELL V. PEAVY
stay in the stage at which
THEREFORE I, Roy L. McNabdo wife had published and I have they're cut." (I'd. Political Adv.)

, hereby proclaim the week of 'been looking for the whole book He also points out that a cut

March 20, 1966, Federation and ever since-a classic about being bloom lasts as long as its food

Diamond Jubilee Week. young in Paris and dedicated reserves hold. And, these reservesare BUDDY KNOX

to a writing career to put It used faster in warn}' rooms
R. L. McNAB,
than in cold ones. The YOUR ATLANTIC DEALER
last
City of Flagler Beach stuffily. This: rainy SundayI averagerose
saw a copy of the book up near life under normal room temperatures Bunnell Atlantic Service Station
is about three to five
the ceiling of a department store
book rack. That copy Is now at days. /tfS Day Phone 437-3652
Come In And See the Library.In Put the flowers in water as U. S. Highway 1 ((.:t. ) Night Ph. 437.3944
soon as possible after they have
the book Hemingway tells
been cut and then place themin REPAIR, REBUILD GENERATORS, STARTERSAND
LINE about Gertrude Stein explaininghow
OUR NEW GIFT
a cool, dark area (lower part CARBURETORS
in France they call, some
of the refrigerator) for several
HAEGER POTTERIES paintings not hangable. That is hours. 24 Hour Heavy Duty Wrecker Service

Dessan Brass Products they are good, yet they don't sell Water intake is helped by .
nor are they ever hung at ex making "a long sloping cut" -
Hand Carved Wood hibits. This is also true of book along the base of the stem and

titles-some are good, yet they by scraping bark from it in several 24 Hour
By Wonty don't come off. Harry Kernelman's places, up to four Inches Wrecker Service
mystery "Friday the Rab above the base.
And Many Others
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bi Slept Late" has also a mys Lastly, your flower arrange
.tery In the title-why do people ; ment should be placed where
Flagler HardwareSo. mix it up? The publishers tell they are least exposed to drafts, Flagler Truck & Tractor Co.
and away from heating units.A .
about requests for "Friday the MASSEY-FERGUSON
Railroad Street Rabbit Slept Late" and "Freddythe
Grove. Farm Industrial Equipment
Bunnell Rabbit Slept Late" and new section of' Florida's
"Freddy the Rabbi .Slept Late." Cypress Gardens is Fantasy.I VIRGIL DECKER Phone ID 7.3242

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:L. I 'PAGE. TEN THE FLAGLER TRIBUNE, BUNNELL, FLORIDA Thursday, March 17, 1966
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I I'B'\ nnell Methodist Attending Spring Bunnell School lei Stefllk,. Elaine Weeks, Mona Janet Haines, Sue Martin, Beth
I Wetherington.5A Matherly, Ann Meeklms, Karen
I Church Meeting Of School Honor Roll3A Taylor, Barbara Wilson, Evan
Board Association Morris-Barbara Cowart, Yelvington.
i j William; Patrick, Cherry Wads-
i Rer. Oliver F. Taylor. Pastor I J Mr. and Mrs. John C. Rice are I II Reynolds-MIckey Atkinson worth, Tolbert Wimberly. 9A Bayless-Robert Creal Nan-
Karen Baker, Susan Clegg,
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THE GIFT OF GOD I going to Tampa to attend the cy Hargett, Terry Rawlins, Bren
Rob Cowart, Kathy Di Virgllio, 5B, I. Manuel-Christine Hig.
God requires of every man{School spring meeting Board Association of the Florida and Leon Jones, Cynthia Krantz, Jan- ginbotham, Donna Steflik, Davey da Townsend, Carol Tucker, Colleen
faith, but our faith would still nell Revels, Cliff Sheffields, Eve Solomon.6th Tucker.9B .
Florida Association of County.
I be useless unless God first The meetingswill Tucker. Tonkins-Lila Allen, Kar. Manuel-Genece Minshew.
through His grace offered salvation Superintendents.begin March 20 and run 3B, Higginbotham Kathy en Clegg, Nancy Creal, Debbie IDA Barasa-Hewitt Dupont.
unto us. It Is wonderful that through (the 22nd. At this meet Buckles, Jeff Crews, Carole Hard. Johnston, Lady Rodgers, Mike lOB Craig-Tony Parker, Bobble
.I we have a God who is so loving ing some of the current school in, Jenny McFarland, Jay Rodg. Manuel, Denise Tucker.7A Price.
and ,understanding as to know problems will be studied. ers, Marcy Strickland, Dot Tuck. Hein Sandra Abbott, 11A Brooks-Walton Cowart,
'needs before we are even er, Tab Whitaker.' James Jack Collins Min.
our' Mrs. Rice is a member of the Bryan, Kathy Emery, Christy Green,
aware of them. However, accord I Flagler County School Board and 4A, Townsend-Mike Coates, nie Deen,' Catherine Harris, Chip Vicky King.
ing to the Holy Scriptures we I will make a report to the boardat Billy Creal, Rocky Hunter, Cathy Johnston, Lyna Knight, Greg 11B Hardin-Linda Skolar.
must declare our faith in God' the next regular board meet Mayfield, Wally Wilkins.4B Robertson, Kirk Robertson, 12A Gurnee Betty Lynn
Justments that will probably be I' ing. Mercer-Karen Allen, Chip Elayne Tucker. Bourne, Margaret Hoskins.
world of today it Is much easier Brooks, Frank Bryan, Debbie 7B, Bradley-Leo Fleurie.8A 12B Brown-Marilyn McNab,
for most of us to give than to Holdridge, Paula Kiwala, Dan Hanyen-Rebecca Durrance, !Brenda Murray, Brenda Tucker.
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receive. Often times we have too
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much pride to want to receive SPOKE TO SENIOR ,

charity from others, even God. CITIZENS TUESDAYFred

We want to pay our way, but i Martin, Medicare adviserfor
only when we come closest to Flagler and Volusia counties
God do we realize that His graceis from the State Treasurer's field
offered unto us as entirely a office in Daytona Beach, was
divine gift. To maintain a proper guest speaker at the Flagler I
balance between humility and Club .
Senior Citizens meeting .
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pride requires help from God Tuesday evening, March 15, in
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'bacause God's grace is entirelyan the Municipal Building, Flagler -
expression of His divine love Beach. A question and answer ;..- .
and compassion for us. "For by period followed Martins' talk on rrwt
grace you have been saved Medicare benefits and the ad- :
through faith; and this is not through Jesus Christ. In the :

your own doing, it is the gift of made in hospitalization insurance
after 1 when
policies July
God. Ephesians 2:8.:
Medicare coverage becomes ef-
fective. I
Pulaski Club f
Presiding at the meeting in the i .
To Show 'Film absence of Lynn Clary, chair .

The Pulaski Club of Daytona man, was Mrs. Irma Parker, vice 1I I
Beach will show a new film, chairman. Mrs. Parker reportedthat are
"Poland's Day" at the Pulaski 34 persons made the trip to

Club on March 20, at 6:30: p. m.' Ocala March 11 for an all-day .....
The club is located at 326 outing at Six Gun Territory. '. ',
South street, corner of Seagrave Among other trips planned is an :
e'Mciirsiori' to in r i
Beach. > : Busch Gardens
avenue, Daytona I Tampa/ .

Florida's alligators have a There were 80 present Tuesdayto \
broad snout while their cousins, hear Martin speak, including I t
19 visitors. The ,next regularly '"
the crocodiles, have a narrow
projecting nose. scheduled meeting will be April
5 in the clubroom.

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BUNNELL SCHOOL
OYSTERSFor
INTRAMURAL GAMES

I VERY SUCCESSFUL
Sale by the Bushel!
The Student Association of
Harvested From Bunnell a series of intramural basketball I
STATE APPROVED games last Wednesday and

AREA Thursday.The .
winners were the sophomore
24-hour advance notice and Junior girls teams.
!:. The final game was played Friday AGAIN

F! L. MALPHURSPhone night. The sophomore girls
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and boys won. The girls' score

439.2132 3212.was 15.11 and the boys' was AMERICA'S: '

The entire class would like to
thank the players and especially
HASTINGS MATTRESS Darrell Britt, Ray Krutz, Brenda FAVORITES.
i& UPHOLSTRY WORKS Tucker and Kay Weaver, who .
acted as coaches for the class
710-12 Lemon St. teams.

Palatka, Florida The Student Association would
Phone EA 5-9166::
Furnltu like to thank everyone who par- CHEVROLET
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ticipated to make it '
Repaired & Refinished a success, .
Mattresses & Box Springs said JoAnne Wilson, publicity .
Made to Order.Also Renovated chairman for the association.
Call Laura Morris 4373233 TRUCKS
Alter 6:00 P. M.
INCOME TAXCONSULTANT
PRICES REASONABLE
BUDGET PLAN IF NEEDED. j

Just Phone as or near Post as Office your Ed (Chubby) BielejeskiCall 566,664* NEW CHEVROLET TRUCKS WENT TO

Drop Us A Card or Call I 439-2483
Free Pick-up & Delivery Saturday, 12 to 3 WORK LAST YEAR. THAT'S A RECORD FOR

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PHONEKelley's Last year more people bought Chevrolet trucks than ever before.

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your special l job the way you want it done. Cost is low. Resale high.

Chevy's been the No. 1 truck since 1937. Put a new '66 model to
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