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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 24, 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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VOLUME 54 NO. 12 BUNNELL, FLORIDA, THURSDAY, MARCH 24, 1966 2.50 A YEAR

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City Commission JAMES BROWN School Board FLAGLER WOMAN'S Special Senior


Buys New Mosquito ENLISTS IN Adopts A New CLUB SPONSORS Career Day At

U. S. AIRFORCEJames GAMES PARTYThe

Fogging MachineThe M. Brown, son of Mr. Salary ScheduleOn Flagler Woman's Club Bunnell HighA

Bunnell City Commission and Mrs. Averley Brown, Bun Wednesday evening, March will hold a games party at the Special Senior Career Plan.

voted Monday night to purchasea nell, Florida, enlisted In the 16, a Study Committee of teach. Clubhouse, South Central Ave., ning Day will be held at Bun

new $1575.00 mosquito fogging U. S. Air Force this week, it was ers and administrators met with Flagler Beach, on March 31 at nell High School next Tuesday,

machine from the Southern Mill announced by Sergeant Dick the Flagler County School Boardto 7:30: p. m.Members. March 29, Guidance Counselor

Creek Supplies in Tampa. Maves, Air Force Recruiter. present ,the findings of a recent of the committeesaid Averley Brown said today.

They also adopted a resolutionin James, a 1964 graduate of survey conducted by the the public is invited for an First, the meeting will begin

accordance with the State Bunnell High School, attended Study Committee. Members of evening of fun, prizes and re with an assembly of the whole

Road Department regulations Daytona Beach Junior Collegelast the Study Committee appointed freshments. Proceeds of the party class in the auditorium, at which

asking permission to install a semester, and enlisted under I by Superintendent Coy G. Har will go for the Club's Building time representatives from local

caution light on U. S. 1 at the the Electronics aptitude area. ris, Jr. included Mrs. Wllda Har- Fund. colleges, Junior colleges, technical

Carver High School crossing. gett, kindegarten teacher, Bun schools, and the Armed

They referred a letter of complaint I Sgt. McKinnon nell Elementary School, Mrs. Episcopal MinisterTo Forces will speak to the class.

to the insurance agent Ruth Townsend, 4th grade Second, the class will break

from Mrs. Wade Stevenson of I Gives Bicycle teacher, Bunnell Elementary Be Ordained up Into small groups and go to

Daytona Beach. School, Mrs. Evangeline Ray, designated places to discuss

Reports were also given on the Safety ProgramOn Librarian, Carver High School, March 31stThe problems and have questions

streets which are being broughtup Benjamin F. Broxton-, 6th grade answered by particular repre

to grade for the soil cement. Tuesday, March 22, 1966, teacher, Carver Elementary Rev. Robert Stuart will be sentatives.

Ing and paving this summer. Sgt. James McKinnon, Safety School, William E. Fennell, Jr. ordained__ n____ n into_._ the.___ Order_____ of__ The program will end at the

education Officer of the Florida Principal, Flagler Beach Ele Priests, Thursday, March 31st at 10:30: .recess bell.

Lions Club Host Highway Patrol presented an mentary School, and W. R. St. Paul's In Federal Point. The

assembly program for the Bun Wentz, Dean of Students, Bun ceremony will be at 10:30 a. m.

To District nell Elementary School students.A nell High School, who served as Mr. Stuart also serves as Min Lewis Wadsworth
inter for St. Thomas
movie entitled "I'm No Fool" Chairman.The Episcopal
with Walt Disney's Jimminy I committee undertook a Church of Bunnell. Ladles of the Honored By The
Officers ] Altar Guild from St. Thomas and
I Cricket in the starring role em survey of all Florida Counties
with respect to salary schedulesand St. Pauls' will be hosts to a Farm BureauThe
The Bunnell Lions Club was I phasized bicycle safety for the
instructional personnel wel luncheon following the ordination -
boys and girls.Following .
host to District officers at their
fare benefits. Some service. Flagler County Farm
Tuesday Luncheon Meeting. the showing of the forty-eight
I counties to the Bureau paid tribute to past pres.
District Governor John Nicholson film, Sgt. McKinnon reviewed responded sur
indicating state-wide interest LOCAL MARKETS ident Lewis Wadsworth at the
Deputy District Governor Florida bicycle safety rules 'and vey
meeting held on March 15. Mr.
educational needs. Bas.
laws with the students. Gradesone
Melvin Prather and Wade Stephenson REPRESENTED AT
Wadsworth served as presidentof
ed findings of the Study
upon
Zone Chairman through seven participatedin
were pre.
the bureau from the organization
Committee, Superintendent Harris
the Each student RETAIL SCHOOLSeveral
sent. Also present were Charles program. received
in 1963 until
president
recommended to the Flagler
Yingling, president of the South a pamphlet on Florida
local retail bus.
meat George Clegg was elected In
County School Board the adopt.
Halifax Club, and members Harold bicycle laws which Sgt. McKinnon inesses
Meat
were represented at 1965. He was instrumental In
ion of a salary schedule
Teston, Harry Peters, C. E. encouraged each to read. It rang. Retail Schools held In Jackson. making the Farm Bureau one of
ing from $5,000.00 for a Rank
Burns and Floyd Fllman. is hoped parents and students vill and Ocala and
on Monday the largest organizations In the
III beginning teachers salary to
Other guests of the Club were both will become familiar with of .
Tuesday nights respectively, county with a current membership
t maximum of $7,500.00 with 15
t : a
the laws and.
Buck Moore, Jim Tool and Edward practice bicycle years experience. The RankJIsalary this week. of 100. He brought recognition -

O. Jenkins. I safety. schedule ranges from Brannam'stood Market, Rod.' : from the state level having- _',

Jack Abbott was Installed In. $5,500.00 to $7,500.00, and RankI I gers Food Store, Metts Super served on the tax committee of i

to Lionism by District Governor I Postmaster Mercer salaries range from $6,100.00 to Market and Thrlftway, all were the Florida Farm Bureau duringa

Nichelson, who also gave a talk $8,600.00.The making plans to attend the time when the work of this

on Lionism. I Receives New Flagler County Board of schools conducted by the Agricultural committee was most critical I

Dep. District Gov. Prather pre. Public Instruction, upon the recommendation Extension Service on members of the organization

sented an award to L. H. Churchfor Medicare Blanks of Board Chair. meat pricing, display racks, said today.A I

his outstanding work In the man, Harold Emery, requestedthe boneless beef cuts, merchandising trophy was presented to Mr.
Postmaster Mercer of Bun and newly developed cuts of Wadsworth Mr. I
Lions Foundation for the Blind. Ray Flagler County Classroom by Clegg as a
nell post office announced today meats. token of the service he has per-
Teachers Association to form a
that application blanks for sup. formed.
Bunnell Methodist committee to serve asa public
plemental Medicare benefits are Relations Committee for the bet. STUDENTS ATTEND Although the last special session

available at the service windowof CAREER DAY of the state legislature sep
ChurchRev. tremnt of educational opportunities I
the Bunnell Post O fflce. and Putnam
arated
and Howard Flagler
in Flagler County.Tre Quintin Emery,
Pastor The application blanks are be. Relations Commit. Harold counties In the senate, neverthe
Oliver F. Taylor Public accompanied by Emery
STILLIWithin ing made available as the So. and Don Jordan less Senator B. C. Pearce was al.
T. A.
PEACE! BE I tee selected included C. County Agent ,
life in these United cial Security Administration President, Gerald Manuel, who attended the Annual Career Day ready scheduled to speak and he

I States there are a great deal of seeks to contact 3.1 million senior also was selected as Public Re. program at the University of gave a very Interesting talk, a

.I personal tensions. Americansuse I citizens before a March 31 lations Committee Chairman, Florida last Saturday. spokesman from the Bureau

tons of aspirins and tranqullizers deadline Imposed by the Medicare C. T. A- Vice President, Mrs. Career Counselors talked with 'stated. "After summing up the
I
t each day, and Flagler law. Jennie Newell, C. T. A. Secretary. students from all over the state reapportionment activities of the

County uses its share. We live in President Johnson has pro Treasurer, Mrs. Wllda Hargett, on the twenty-eight biologicaland just completed special session in
claimed March as "National and Mrs. social science offered Tallahassee and explaining
times when tensions and pres. Mrs. Emma Murray, programs
; persist because we live in Medicare Enrollment Month." He Frances Wadsworth. through the College of Ag many of the problems the legis

sures an age that Is constantly under urged all federal agencies and After discussion by the School riculture. Dr. E. T. York, Jr., Agricultural lators were faced with In comingup 1

stress and strain. Even If we do all citizens to cooperate In en Board and members of the com Provost, emphasizedthat with a satisfactory reapportionment
rolling senior citizens In the pro. formula, he then dis-
which ad. have
not adhere to schedules mittees, the meeting was opportunities never
keep us constantly on the go, we gram. journed until Friday evening, been greater for young people cusssed his work on the tax
There Initially, some two and oneS enable the Boardto for in Florida's committee. Senator Pearce ex.
affected by the 'times. March 18, to preparing a career
are half million application blanks plained the different sources of
fore most of our lives are filled study and evaluate the new dynamic and rapidly growing
distributed to nearly 34,000 taxes and how his committeehad
to capacity around the clock. I were salary proposal.On agricultural_ and agribusiness
main post offices throughout the u to investigate and suggest
find people In our hospital who Friday evening, March 18, Industry. He encouraged
50 states. Additional forms are ways of coming up with the
broke under the stress simply the Flagler County Board of Pub. students to take full advantageof
needed. to meet the annual bud.
available as
money
because they did not take time lic Instruction in special session every educational opportunity '
relieved Through direct mailings and regardless of their field of Inter. get requirements. lIe discussed,
to rest, or to be met with the joint committeesand
enough All other means, the Social Security too, the outlay of budget funds,
of the day. officially adopted the proposed
of the pressures est.After
Administration has had ontact and described the many de.
each a tour of the agricultural
few moments 1966.67 salary schedule to
J of us need a with 16 of the 19.1 million citizens mands on the state's budget."
facilities the ate barbe
i. in which we can find peaceof become effective July 1, 1966. group
day asideto who will be 65 or over on cue chicken at the Agricultural Program chairman for the I
mind. We need time set Other personnel present at the
break the daily stress and July 1. Of the 16 million who re meeting Included Benton F. Engineering building and then meeting was Jack Clegg. Refreshments

and plied, less than one million said Princi viewed the University of Florida were served after the
strain, and let us find peace Clifton, Jr., Supervising
tranquility. Every Christian they did not want to sign up. for pal, Bunnell High School, Wil spring football Orange and Blue meeting. \

t" needs a time of devotion and the supplemental program.The liam L. Wadsworth, School game.

each day. How wonderful supplemental program Board Attorney, and Mr. Wads- ATTENDS GATOR
prayer month and provides
when we come to Jesus and costs $3 a worth's assistant, Merritt Powell. -
It is
doctor bills and other benefits SALES CONGRESSMrs.
take us
find peace of mind to Everyone 65 and over Is eligiblefor in Charge of the Agricultural :

away from the cares of the worldso and the basic hospital benefits VEGETABLE FIELD ''I Experiment Station, reports that I Margaret Knight and

we may be refreshed Medicare. information will be presented on Mrs. Stella Cauley were In Jack.

strengthened for our tasks to under Senior citizens who reached 65 DAY MARCH 31 I variety trials, insect and disease sonville last Thursday to attend

morrow. As Christians our faithIs before 1966 face a two year delayif The Vegetable Field Day for control, herbicides and fertilizer the Gator Sales Congress of Life
He
in God through Christ.es, they do not sign up by March cabbage and potato procedureswill and soil factors. Insurance salesmen.Mrs. .
still
who stills the waves can 31. The application forms are be held March 31 at 1:30p. I A tour of experimental plots Knight won the $25.00

our souls. preaddressed to the Social Secur m. In Hastings at the Potato for a first-hand view of projects I bond door prize. About a thousand

"And he awoke and rebukedthe I Administration In Baltimore, Investigation Laboratory.Dr. I underway will close out the af salesmen from the area at-
and said to the sea, ity tended the meeting.
wind, D. R. Hansel, Soil Chemist ternoon.
Maryland.
Mark 439.:
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TWO THE FLAGLER TRIBUNE, BUNNELL, FLORIDA Thursday, March 24, 1966

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Seaman Robert Abbott er in Japan for the past four a. m. and morning worship at

I Takes Part In Naval years and spent 11 years priorto 11 o'clock with Rev. Reynold N.


I :Jlagfer V5each l!{ Training Exercise METHODIST that in China.CHURCH NEWS -(Continued If __ i on Page 9) :


I Seaman Apprentice Robert M. Church School time is 9:45IN :

I Abbott, USN, son of Mr. and Mrs. PETERSON
TEA of the "In the Garden of CIRCUIT COURT OF TUB
DIAMOND JUBILEE song SERVICE
Jack D. Abbott Sr. of 109 Avalon IiIFV"NTIl JUDICIAL: CIRCl IT
WELL ATTENDED I Tomorrow, accompanied by Professor Beach IN AND FOR FLACJLKR COUNTY ROAD SERVICE 'IfI.
street, Flagler participated PLOIIIUA, IN CIIANCERY.NOTICEI .
Theodore Weber at the
pi I I OF !1UITChinrrry
It resembled an Easter Parade ano. Mrs. James Hall and memo in "Fairgame IV, a joint No. BZS1ORDRR Light Mechanic

last Sunday afternoon at the French-U.S. naval training exercise OF PUHLICATION Phone 437-3441 unn.
ber Mrs. R. K. Hirst entertainedat ANN PETRITIS.
Club in the western Mediterranean :.on.. &&JWt'RIiEgUEsT
Woman's
Flagler as approximately Plaintiff
the piano while old and new I
hundred men and on Corsica as a crew VII. FOR RIDS
one PETRITIS.
.
JOSEPH
renewed. TheClub's
friendships were air. roil DUMP TRUCK
member aboard the attack
and women donned new spring "life" Defendant. Notice Is hereby given that the
three members, IN THE NAME OF THE STATEOF
attend the Diamond craft carrier USS Forrestal. Board of County Commissioners of
hats
to Streeter Mrs. Mae FLORIDA Flagler County will receive
Mrs. sealed
Myrtle ,
I Fairgame is conducted annually TO: JOSEPH PETRITIS. whose res- bids until .
Jubilee Tea honoring the 75th : April 4, 1966.
his
idence ta unknown however, olit
Hendren and Mrs. Charles Char. between U. S. Sixth Fleet and Is in the office Cleric of the
address
of the General Federationof last known mailing :
year Circuit Court In the Flagler
All County
on were present. memberswere 3038 North Oleander Chicago. Ill
Women's Clubs. The followingpast French naval forces to provide I inois. Courthouse, Bunnell Florida, for:

received the I wearing corsages or rib tactical training in conductingair You are hereby required to Ale following One Dump specifications Truck meeting: the
presidents bons, which along with the arrangements with the Clerk Court your One 1966
and naval orillthl new 2-ton Cab and
amphibious operations
guests: Mrs. Myrtle Streeter, Mrs.V. answer to the Complaintfiled Chassis.
had been made I
by
herein against you In the above
as well as defense methods
Approximately 133" Wheel
W. Halnes Mrs. T. P. Kol- entitled before the 25th Base
Mrs. Fleurle and Mrs. Charles cause, on or Minimum 325 cubic Inch V.R. pn.
against them.COMMUNITY riav nf Anrll A. D. HUIII anil nerve ----- ---
haas, Mrs. Reynold Hoover, Mrs. -thereof' OSSINSKY glne.
Sindelar. Members donating the a copy upon & 5,000 Ibs. Front Axle.
Frank Brede, Mrs. H. G. Heydt I GEORGE plaintiffs attorney, herein 15,000 Ibs 2 speed Rear
Axle.
cakes were: Mrs. W. J. Green, Sr., MEMORIAL whose address Is 500 North 4 speed
and Mrs. Joseph White.At Mrs. Bennie Clay; Mrs. T. E. I Oleander Avenue, Daytona Beach, Vacuum Transmission.Booster Brakes.
CHURCH NEWS Florida, "THE FLAGLER TRI-
the beautifully laid tea Holden; Mrs. Helen Sullivan; I P I BUNE" Is hereby designated as the bined Approximately Rear Springs.11,000: Iba. com
table members Mrs. E. Lester I Sunday School session begins newspaper In which I this shall
6 8.25 20
Mrs. Levi Brannam, Sir. and Mrs. : be ter 4 x 10 ply Tube type
published once a
at 9:45 with the first-line tires on 6.0 rims.
worship
Stanton and Mrs. Edward Kru- : a. m. ;' consecutive weeks HEREIN FAIL
The mints
McNab.
R. L. were
Equipped with Spare Wheel
Russian tea. Cake service at' 11 with Rev. R. NOT OR A DECREE PRO CON- view mirrors rear
ger poured on both sides, turning
I
H.
Mrs. E.
given by Threadglll, FESSO WILL BE ENTERED signals and oil
filter.
squares decorated as 'a diamond also a member. The presidentand Dickert bringing the W'J AGAINST URE. YOU FOR SUCH FAIL- Also equipped with D-40 Marion

along with mints and nuts were members "thank" all those His topic next Sunday will The nature of this suit Is a bill or level equivalent Contractor 4 cubic yard water
I type Dump Body,
served. During the afternoonMrs. Christ's Own Estimate of His I Ifor divorce. half-round Cab.
attendng and helping in any WITNESS My hand and seal at Protector
Richard Collins of Ormond I Cross". The Ladies Guild will Bunnell Flagler County, Florida, Hoist. and 7 Inch double arm
way. meet next March 31st. this 22nd day of March A. T>., 1966. Price to be FOB
Beach, District six Director of I Thursday, EMIL A. SMYTHE. Bunnell, Indicating
in Hall at 2 As Clerk Circuit Court, approximate delivery date.
the Florida Federation of Wom Fellowship p. m. The Board reserves the right to
Flagler FloridaOfficial
County
an's Clubs and Flagler Beach Mrs. R. B. Johnson was visit Mrs. Dickert will be the hostess. ( Seal) reject Dated any at and Bunnell all bids.
Florida, this
Mayor Mr. R. L. McNab were ing the first part of this week By JULIA Deputy R.Clerk.HARVEY.. 14th ALFRED day of March. 1966.
R.
asked to give a few words of with her brother-in-law and sis BAPTIST CHURCH NEWS Mar. 24. 31 and Apr. 7, 14, 4tc. Chairman Board TUCKER of County

welcome. ter, Mr. and Mrs. Jack MeeKins. Sunday School is at 9:45 a. m. IN THE CIRCUIT COURT, SEV- County Commissioners Florida of Flagler

Miss Emily Gage, Club president Mrs. Johnson is from Scotland I and morning worship at 11 AND":>TH FOR JUDICIAL KLAKLKR CIRCUIT.COUNTY IN, ATTEST:: E. A. SMYTHEClerk

gave a beautiful rendition Neck, N. C. o'clock, with Rev. Max Hall, pas I FLORIDA. IV CIIANCKRY. March 17 & 24-2tciv
No. 52.10:
tor. I BIRDINE MARSHALL JOHNSON TUB CIRCUIT
COURT SEV-
Training Union is at 6:45 p. m. Plaintiff ENTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT IV
VI.
I and evening worship at 7:30.: I CHARLES JOHNSON, AND FLORIDA.FOIL IN KL.AGLBII COUNTY.
CHANCERY CASE
TO MY FELLOW CITIZENS OF Junior Girls Auxiliary meets I I Defendant.DivoncR MARY NO. 3242 ANN STOKES.
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each Tuesday at 3:45: p. m. 'and : NOTICE TO<< APPEAR
Plaintiff,
THE STATE OF FLORIDA, TO:
FLAGLER COUNTY Prayer meeting is 7:30: p. m. each CHARLES JOHNSON ROY ARTHUR vs- STOKES,
Whose residence and
Wednesday evening. Post Office Address Defendant

I am again placing my name before you to serve as There will be a youth fellowship You are are hereby unknown.notified that a THE ROY STATE NOTICE OF TO FLORIDA.APPEAR TO:

March 27 following the evening suit for divorce has been filed ARTHUR STOKES
County Commissioner from District 2 for against you In the above entitled 11H North 23rd Street
your worship. This will be held cause and you are hereby required Wilmington, North Carolina
You
another term. I want to thank you for your confi- at the church and all the young to whose serve name upon and Plaintiff's address Attorney appear, suit for are divorce hereby has notified been that filed a

people are invited to attend. hereon your written defense, If cause against and you In the above entitled

dence in me for many years. Hoping I still merit any suit to ,the on or Bill before of Complaint the 23rd day Inlaid to whose serve upon you Plaintiff's are hereby Attorney required

METHODIST CHURCH HAS of April 1966 else decree pro con- name and address appear
that confidence and 1 remain fesso will be entered hereon your written defense if
support against
you.
SPECIAL any, to the Bill of
PROGRAM ON JAPAN WITNESS my Hand and Seal of Complaint In
said Court said suit on or be foe the 16th day
this
Rev. Raymond Pilcher from 1966. 21st day of March of April. 1966, else decree pro con-

Respectfully Seattle, Wash., gave a travelogue E. A. SMYTHE fesso WITNESS will\ be entered against you.
hand
Clerk of said Court my and seal of
and pictures on Japan with (SEAL) said Court this 10th day of March,
A. D.
background music Sunday By /S/ Julia R. Harvey (Seal) 1966.
GEORGE E. WICKLINEPd. evening Deputy Clerk E. A. SMYTHE
at 7 p. m. at the Flagler W. L. WADSWORTH Clerk of said Court.
By Julia R. Harvey,
P. O. Box 896
( Political 'Adv.) Beach Methodist Church. Mr. Bunnell Florida Deputy Clerk.
W. L.
Pilcher has been a school teach Attorney for Plaintiff P. O. Box WADSWORTH 896
Mar. 24, 31, and Apr. 7, 14, 4tc. Bunnell. Florida

1 Attorney for Plaintiff
March 17-24-31 & April 7-4tcIV

THE CIRCUIT COURT OF
PL.ACiL.KR (COUNTY FLORIDA,
IN CHANCERY No. 0218
GEORGE A. MASSARO.
Plaintiff
VI.
JANET JOYCE MASSARO.
Defendant
NOTICE TO DEPEND
THE STATE OF FLORIDA. TO:
JANET JOYCE Street MASSARO

\ Perth Amboy, New Jersey
You are hereby notified that a
suit has been filed against you In
the aoove entitled cause; and you
are hereby required to file your
answer with the Clerk of this Court
t and to serve a copy thereof upon
Use Diazinon. i the plaintiff or plaintiff's attorney,
whose RAY name SELDEN and address Is:


It controls Selden Daytona Building Beach, Florida
foliage insectsin not later than April 2, A. D., 1966.
If you fall to do so decree pro
confejso will be entered against
you for the relief demanded In the
vegetableseven bill of complaint. The nature of
said suit being for divorce.
WITNESS my hand and seal of
said Court this 23rd day of February
when is A. D., 1966.
your crop (Official Seal) E. A. SMYTHE
Clerk of said Circuit Court
By Julia R. Harvey
under stress.Your Deputy Clerk
Mar. 3.IO.17.24-He

NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS
LAW NAME
NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that
the undersigned, desiring to engage
In business under the fictitious
name of PANTRY PRIDE In the

potato or other vegetable plants un- protect your crop close to harvest. .with- County said of name Flagler.with Intends the Clerk to register of

dergo stress whenever there is too muchortooIittIevvaterheatornutrients.They're out residue problems. the Circuit Court of Flagler County
Florida.
So for fully effective foliage insect con- FOOD FAIR STORES INC.,
also weakened when disturb them trol a Pennsylvania corporation
you by throughout the season, use Diazinon. 7000 N. W. 32nd Avenue

.. cultivating or transplanting. Thus, stress Order Diazinon SOW (wettable powder), ARONOVITZ: Miami,ARONOVITZ Florida 33147.&

can occur at any time. or Diazinon AC500 (emulsifiable concen- Attorneys HAVERFIELD.

Insecticides which work systemically by trate), from your supplier today. 1117 City National for Registrant Bank Building

plant absorption are known not to be effiAnd write us for your free copy of the 25 Miami W!st Florida Flagler 33130 Street

cient under such conditions. But,what will brand-new 1966 Diazinon Handbook. It March 3.1 -17.24-4te

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

with its fast contact action. more than 30 different vegetables from Olhr Blagler (Z Tribune

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

Geigy Agricultural Chemicals, Division BUNNELL FLORIDA

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

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ant to some other Insecticides. What's Designated Bewt...... for all

more, the "staying power" of Diazinon Legal A."ertbl.c

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spraying yet allows to Diazinon February e, 191J, at the post-
your expenses you office at Bunnell, Florida, under
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I Thursday, March 24, 1966 THE FLAGLER TRIBUNE, BUNNELL, FLORIDA AGE,THREB
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to be redeemed if they are elect. candidates for sheriff. I want to
Too Late ed. And the variety of these make you a few promises my
. I promises,Is infinite."I self. I promise to make all the ANNOUNCINGI
have heard a great many money that is possible to be
To Classify political promises In my day, but made In the four years of my am a candidate for re-election as '.
none that can match those madea term. The price of bootleg whisky
-Y RUIMU Ken i short time ago by James (Lazarus will go up 50c on the half COUNTY COMMISSIONER, DISTRICT 4
Since this is an election year I, ) Stanton when he was run pint, because that is what I'll
and candidates are running j I, ning for the Democratic nomination get for my part. I will not steal I consider it an honor to represent the I peopleof
around circles and for sheriff of Harlan County, all the taxes, but I will try to
dishing outpromises i
If re-elected I will continue to
I Flagler County. ,
to steal them
get bookkeeper
Kentucky. my
as never before I think j I. .
you will find amusing a column I "Finding himself being out. for me. I will protect the good serve to the best of my ability.
on the subject of political prom promised by his opponents, Stanton I people and the churches, but I Your vote and support will be appreciated
will make all I of the
ises as reported by Don White. I ran the following ad in the can out
head in the Knoxville (Tenn.) Harlan Daily Enterprise: j" bootleggers, racketeers and gam-
Sentinel. I I biers. I will be honest with the Alfred R. TuckerPd.
quote: I "Vote for James (Lazarus)
but I will steal allI
"Promises solemnly made are Stanton for Sheriff. I know you good people ( Political Adv.)
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Rep rt Issued On 1966 i full participation I; the 1966 TOO LATE TO CLASSIFY The philosopher Aristotle For the first time In years, the
Feed Grain Signup I'I feed grain program continues to By Russell Kay maintained one of the first great total number of living veterans
be stressed. Chairman Deen (Continued from page 3) museums of natural history. His dropped below 22 million and
i Flagler County farmers have urges growers to file their applications want this office to be a good patron, Alexander the Great, was 21,897,000 on March 1, 1965,
.signed up a total of five farms to take part in the program sheriff. I want it so I can steal sent zoological specimens from the Veterans Administration re
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to take part in the 1966 feed as soon as possible, and enough money to keep me and I conquered countries. ported.
Stain program, according to W.. especially not to overlook the my family for the rest of our life..I
W. Deen, Sr., chairman, Agricultural
April l'deadline.
I I "If I am elected to four years
Stabilization and Conservation I I and the State Legislature passesa 1 PHONEKelley's
County Committee. The University Of Florida ,bill so that the sheriff can
report covers the period from the Homecoming Dates stay in office, all I want is eight I
beginning of the signup on Jan years in the office. Then I can Fuel OilCLEAN
uary 24 through March 11. The Homecoming weekend at the steal enough money to go to
signup will continue through University of Florida, Gainesville Florida and buy an orange grove CLEAN
April 1.About. I In 1966 will be held Oct. that will make other groves look
141 acres of corn and 28-29 in junction with the like the Batwing Coal Company."I .
: grain sorghum are signed up for Florida-Auburn football game. know the people of Harlan STAN DARD
j diversion for payment during the The date was chosen by a County will respect a man who
current crop year, but the total committee composed Dean of will tell them the truth for you
I acreage for diversion will be University Relations and Development have been promised everythingthat OIL
larger since this figure does not Alan Robertson, Student a man can think of.
I reflect the basic diversion for the Government President Buddy "So I promise to steal every
larger farms. The 1966 program i Jacobs, Fernandina Beach, thing that is not nailed down PRODUCTS
does not provide for payment for and Florida Blue Key President and I will try to move the Court DIESEL
the first 20 per cent diversion except Bruce Starling, Kissimmee.The House to Cawood. If you want -:-KEROSENE
on farms with small bases. annual alumni gatheringon the crookedest sheriff that you HOME DELIVERY COMMERCIAL ACCOUNTS
The total base acreage on the campus attracts 60,000 persons can have, then go to the polls Phone 437.7172 Bunnell, Florida
county's slgned-up farms for the for the Homecoming parade, and vote for me. I will appointtwo
1966 program is 447 acres. j 1|, Gator Growl-the studentsponsored colored deputy sheriffs."
I talent show-and a seriesof Whitehead reports that Mr.
Growers are reminded that Announcing.
reunion' breakfasts, dinners Stanton ran seventh, getting 211 .
feed grain stocks remain more
I and meetings of various classes votes, probably cast by the
than sufficient and the need for
FOR BOARD OF PUBLIC INSTRUCTION
and organizations.I GOOD people of Harlan County.
While Florida cannot match DISTRICT No. 1
candidate Stanton for plain, unvarnished I I ask the opportunity to represent you on the Boardof
TAKE THIS MEANS TO EXPRESS MY APPRECIATION
honesty, we can point Public Instruction.
TO THE VOTERS OF THE CITY OF with pride to Commissioner Jerry
Carter who frankly advised Your Tote and support will be Appreciated.J. .
BUNNELL FOR THEIR CONSIDERATION AND. voters that there "were only

SUPPORT IN RETURNING ME TO OFFICE AS "seven reasons" he wanted the D. "Dave" PERRYMANPd.
job and handed them a pictureof
YOUR CITY COMMISSIONER.
the seven members of the Carter ( Political Adv)
SINCERELY, family. Furthermore, he assured
everyone that he was
SHELTON B. BARBER nothing but a cheap politician.
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just love gentle electric Your Vote and Support Will Be Appreciated i

clothes drying it's flameless HOWELL V. PEAVYPd.

( Political Adr.) .
Saves lugging 2 tons of wash...walking 40 miles a year.
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Better than sunshine, and more dependNo flame or fumes,so it needs no flue
able. So convenient, day or night. Your Cheaper to buy cheaper to use. ALL HOURS-DAY OR NIGHT

automatic electric dryer will end washAdd to your joy of modern electric
day's weariest chore. living with the Flameless Four: Dryer AMBULANCES
Clothes dried electrically come out 80ft. Washer, "sit-down" Ironer, and superer SERVICE PHONE VAlley 41625 ,Ii
and fluffier than from the clothesline. fast super-safe Water Heater. ST. AUGUSTINE. FLORIDA "

1 See your electric appliance dealer today. N.m b* hesitant about calling a Garcia: Ambulance. Wor I

I IF always at your service with promptness, safety and .

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UNERS ENJOYST. IDLEWOOD CLUB I II
I Boy ALL MEATFRANKS
PATRICK PARTY PROGRESSIVEDINNER I
PARTY I
The Life Liners of the Pent
costal Holiness Church of Bun Final plans have been made
\ for the Progressive Dinner Party 12 oz.
jiell enjoyed a St. Patricks Day 43d
at the for members of the Idlewooc Pkg.
Party and wiener roast
home of Mr. and Mrs. Richard Club and their guests.
Lingold Saturday evening. Hostesses Rosemary and Dale Brown's' FREE DISHPAN WITH $5.00 MEAT ORDERU.
house will be hosts for the first
were Mrs. Nadine Nipper,
course to be'served at 6:30: p. m
Mrs. Mae Lingold, and Mrs Wilda and Hargett will S. D. A. CHOICE BEEF SALE
Jimmy
Alice Lingold. 42 guests were
serve the appetizers and Bo and

present.The Life Liners are a Youth Bette McDaniel will host the CHUCK ROAST IbIb 49

Service group of the church main course. .
Prizes were won by Mae Lingold,, The party will conclude with:
Charlotte Bratcher, Debby Nipper dessert served at Inez and Bo

Tamy Jordon, Mike Bacon,, Manuels home. All club mem CHUCK STEAK 59
and Richard Lingold.The l' bers are to make their reservations ,.
Life Liners are sponsoring, with Rosemary Brown not
a film "The Power of the Resur I later than Thursday March 24.

rection", at the Pentacostal CHOICE All Meat Stew lb. 73Lean
Holiness Church on Easter sun'J G. A. GROUP OF FIRST JUICY
day at 6:30: p. m. The i BAPTIST CHURCH
invited' to attend. I 1 ENJOY COOKOUTThe

Annie Armstrong G. A Western "Center Cut"
Mrs. Walter Knight and her
' sister, Mrs. Horace Locke ol Group of the First Baptist
) Tampa who was here for an extended Church enjoyed a cookout at PORK CHOPS Ib. 73Valleydale

visit, were ,in Tampa two Tomoka Home State Park Missions Saturday.The book. ]
days last week. Mrs. Locke was
"East is West" was presented by;
called there to attend the funeral I I
of her father in law. Mrs. Jack Hadin, mission study; All Meat
I i chairman.

Mr. and Mrs. George Moody; II I'I Attending were Linda Church,
I Beth Matherly, Elaine Murray, ?
in Gainesville during.
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the weekend attending the re I Janet Scott, Jamesine Wimberly, Sausage
union of the Class of 1936 at the Mrs. Ella Mae Cauley, G. A. Director
and Mrs. J. B. Matherly.
University of Florida. Mr. Moody; I
was a member of the class anda .
graduate of the college of ROYAL NEIGHBORS Betty Crocker-All FlavorsLAYER

Pharmacy at the University. MEETS MONDAYThe MIXES 1pkg, 3 for 100 Large Family Size

Royal Neighbors will meet CAKE
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Monday night March 29 with Van Camps

Mrs., Omega Durrance as hos PORK & for 38 .
WANT ADS tess.home The East meeting Moody will Boulevard.be at her BEANS Can 2 Z5e Bottle 4ge

t Listings under this heading an Hi-C Limit 1 with $5.00 or more food order
s' 3 cents a word each Insertion Guests of Mr. and Mrs. Lillard FRUIT for
75 cents is the minimum charge White for a week Include her DRINKS ot 3 8ge

WANTED-Acreage and lot list niece, June Keith and Jack Way Lara Lynn Chocolate or Banana

Ings in Flagler County. Key man of Knoxville, Tenn. Marshmallow,

Realty Associates, Inc., Charles of for
Maxwell House PIES P12 3 100
Trad associate 69 W. Granada Visiting here Sunday with Mr. I 1
Ave., Ormond Beach, Florida. and Mrs. C. A. Riddell and at COFFEE
DAIRY SPECIAL
the beach with Mr. and Mrs. C. -
March 2.1. 8tp. O. Magee was Mrs. Riddell's son
1 Ib. Hungry Jack-9% oz. Can
Hardwood Slat Chairs: !
New Joy Sisco of Jacksonville. Tiny 3ge
$3.95;; kerosene burner heater BISCUITS 2 for 37*
$5.00. Terry's Furniture and Appliances Visiting here Tuesday with Limit 1 with $5.00 or more food order
Old Dixie Highway, 2 Mrs. Daisy Walker and Miss
miles south of Korona. Phone Lucille Walker was Mrs. High- FROZEN FOODS -
4373752. 3.24 etc smith of New Smyrna Beach.
FRESH PRODUCE Mrs. Smith's-Large 46 oz. SizePIES
FOR RENT-bedroom Duplex All Each
Mr. and Mrs. J. Harold Plltz, 69
Call 4373304. e
screened porch. Flavors
Mar. 17-tfc Downers Grove Illinois, were Ga. Red SweetPOTATOES
visitors in the home of Mr. and Lb.
Mrs. Walter Creal, Bunnell, this IOC
FOR SALE-CBS con.
HOUSE Gold Medal (Plain or Self-Rising)
structIon, 3 bedrooms, 2 baths,, week. Mr. and Mrs. Piltz were I
large Florida room, 2.car car enroute home after vacationingin Large Fresh FLOUR
port six ((6)) lots, 2 air conditioners Sarasota for five weeks. Now i LETTUCE For
corner of Palmetto and retired' they are former business 2 35c 5 Ib.
Lambert. Phone 437.3215 after associates of Mr. Creal. Bag 4ge
4 m. Jan. 20 tf Calif.; SunkistLEMONS
p. Guest of Rev. and Mrs. OliverF. Doz. No Limit
FILL DIRT-Call Martin Hardingfor Taylor several days last week 3ge

fill dirt top soil and shell. was her mother Mrs. West of ,. ...........
Phone 4373669. Jan. 13-TFC Miami. She was joined by Mr.

SALE, LEASE OR RENT West on Saturday and they wentto Mtib
FOR
Georgia to attend the funeralof 50 50
bedroom Florida room, and Mr. West's mother. 100with
carport beach house unfurnished.

Hurricane fence encloses
back yard. Call 4373472. 2-10-tf Jim Brown who recently entered with coupon & purchase 3 coupon & purchase with coupon & purchaseof
the Air Force is stationedin
((1)) Pkg. of 4 ) of DUSTABSORBER
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BROOM )
COX's UPHOLSTERY, Bunnell, Lackland A. F. B. Texas. His of ((1)) or

Fla Hwy. 11, will pick up and address Is AB Brown James M., I MOP LIGHT BULBS BROOM
deliver all furniture free. For AF 14952900, Box 1525, Lackland Coupon Void After Coupon Void After Coupon void after

sample material and prices on A. F. B. Texas. 7836. I Monday, March 28, 1966 Monday, March 28, 1966 ( Monday, March 28, 1966
labor call 4373673. 7-1-tf .
Mrs. Omega Durrance has returned a aX111 (
SEPTIC TANK cleaning; drain I home after a visit of two
fields installed; snail shell. Reasonable weeks with her son in law and
prices. Call George Ja. daughter, Mr. and Mrs. Jimmy
roz, ID 7.3410 8.1.tfJOHNSTON'S Helm. They accompanied her
av. home and remained for a weekend
visit.

BEACH REALTY CO.
FLAGLER Mrs. A. R. Cashwell has returned
LOTS, HOMES, OCEAN FRONT,
to her home in Lynville
FRONF, FARMS,
WATER Falls N. C., after a visit of two
ACREAGESee
weeks with Mr. and Mrs. J. C.
for real estate needs Phone 4373227OPEN
us your Deen. She was accompaniedhome "
Office Phone HE 9.2242Residence by Susan Deen and Jean SUNDAYS UJ5. No. 1 BUNNELL '
Phones ID 7.3691 ett Ahramo, who visited there 8:00 a.m.-1:00 p.m.
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ca 4 be limiting factors in producing
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roses in the state and lack of

( from Pace 5) adequaute result in failure.Dr. control. practices may I I *i--ic-; 20,000

for several days before returning Kuitert says other diseases i

home. common downy in mildew some ,localities leaf rust, suchas and I VALUE STAMPS!

THANK YOU anthranose, are seldom seen In"
\ OBLIGATION-NOTHING TO BUY
Dear Friends. We wish to say Florida.
thank you for the many kind Mites are the major problemof
deeds, for the 'beautiful floral roses in Florida. The entomologist -
tributes, cards, letters, and the I says they're usually
food that was prepared during present every month of the year, MEATS SaverAT
the death of our precious Father, and especially bothersome in
Anthony Brown of Seth West spring and fall. THEIR BEST
Virginia. Thank you and may Black spot a fungus disease, With Excellent Prices and Quality
God bless you. is the most continually damaging CouponFRESH
Sincerely, disease of roses in the state.
Infected leaves turn yellow and i: PORKROAST
Mr. and Mrs. Averley Brown fall off long before they would| Cut out and have the
and Family
from age says Dr. Kuitert. I'i SHOULDER cashier stamp coupon and
THANK YOU Spores of the fungus are,I save (8) in 10 week pe-
spread mostly by splashing rain I riod.
like to thank the Doctors water. The germinateand I
1 would or spores Lb. 49'
Receive 800 Free Stamps
and Nurses for the wonderful infection takes place only
at end of 10 week period
care during my stay in the when water remains on the I
hospital. Also I want to thank leaves for six or more hours. LEAN CENTER CUT and be eligible for 20,000
Stamp Drawing 30
April ,
my friends and family for the Typical leaf spot develop in
visits, flowers, prayers, cards and five to 10 days. PORK CHOPS79' 1966.
gifts. They all helped so much. Powdery mildew also a fun COUPON No. 5
Mrs. J. B. Pellicer I gus, occurs during the spring
and fall and Is not usually a FAMILY PKG.PORK. Void after Mar. 28, 1966
problem during the midsummerwhen
i Rose Pests black spot Is at its worst. CHOPS Lb. 65'

By Ed Fisher The disease causes lasting
"distortion of the leaves," according RANGER BIG 38 OZ.
Asst Experiment Stations Editor to Dr. Kuitert, but

Florida's and warm relatively wet mild summers winters doesn't Powdery cauuse mildew defoliation.spores are not S LAB B A CON Lb.5CRISCOSliced I

favor the development of pestson spread by splashing water but
roses. I are wind-borne. They germinateat ( Free)
Even though some varieties I relatively high humidity and SELECT
are less susceptible to diseases are hindered by the presence of OIL I
and insects than others, there free water. The fungus diseaseis
are no completely pest-free va also held down by tempera. BEEF LIVER I Lb. 49
rieties.Dr. tures above 85.
L. C. Kuitert, entomologistwith WORLD'S BEST 38 Oz. 57"'
the state's Agricultural Experiment BottleLbs.
Stations, explains that More than 2.5 billion dollars .
there are many "Potential" diseases were spent by the 14.2 million 0GRUND BEEF 3 for 1 f9 OR YOUR CHOICE
of the rose. Only a limited' tourists visiting Florida during
number of them occur In Flor 1963. ... VALLEYDALE (Dry Cured) ARMOUR
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DISTRICT No.5' FAMILY PKG. (Fla. Grade "A") Limit ((1) of your choice

NOT FOR THE MONEY-BUT FOR THE 5 Lb. 489 with $5.00 or more
CHILDRENI'd. FRYERS CUT UP Bag food order I j

( Political Adv.)

Produce Frozen Foods i#

Dear Fellow Citizens of "Vine TOMATOES Ripe" 2 FRENCHLb. Lb. Bag FLO-CANE

3 e FRIES Fla. ProducedSUGAR
Flagler CountyI Firm .aSi

AM ANNOUNCING MY CANDIDACY FOR Fresh All-FIavor
COUNTY COMMISSIONER, DISTRICT 4 Crisp ICE
YOUR VOTE AND SUPPORT WILL BE CELERY MILK IA
15C 4ge
Stk. Gal.
GREATLY APPRECIATED 5 Lb. 39 0
SINCERELY, Red Bag
BAG All-FIavors ((3 Oz.)
J. B. PELLICER APPLES 4 Lb. JELLO tOe Limit ((1)) with $5.00 or
e Pkg.
BagJJ
1'd. Volition! Adv more food order
Showboat (300 Can)
Monogram. PORK &
RICE 3 Lb. BEANS A Cans
Ba 3ge o 100

THANK YOU Canada CANNED Dry (12 Oz.) Dairy Pillsbury (Plain or S R)


Even though I didn't win in the Election for City DRINKS 3 for 29c MILK Meadow%Brook Gal. F L 0 U R

Commission many, many thanks to those who have Everfresh (Reg.) Ctns. 49C

supported me. Your votes were greatly appreciated. BREAD 5 for SSe (No Deposit)
5 Lb. 47

Mrs. Genevieve (Jean) Palczewski Everfresh DINNER THANK YOU Bag

ROLLS Limit ((1)) With $5.00
5 FOR YOUR or
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BROWN & BROWN INC. I GIVE Quantity Reserved Rights

I INSURANCEOUR TOP M E T T S PRICES***GOOD

Thurs., Fri., Sat.

PHONE NUMBER IS I. VALUE SUPER MARKET March and Monday r
24, 25, 26 :
437-3394 STAMPS and 28th
II 103 SOUTH RAILROAD ST.
Tel. 437.3201

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Thursday, March 24, 1966 THE FLAGLER TRIBUNE, BUNNELL, FLORIDA PAGE NINE

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Books Are My DishBy greet these invitations with a I r cated in the Withlacoochee State i The Rlchloam Fish Hatchery
: tecacn resounding lack of enthusiasm.
JlafJle,. I Forest in Sumter County are 'I is financed by fresh water fish

Dorothy Hoznons Police gave Gypsies Identity about ready to begin spawning I ermen of Florida through the
activity. The fish
(Continued from Page 2) cards and forbade them to move. are expectedto Fishing Improvement Fund. The

There is not a dull moment at The system failed when! the Gyp produce one-half million bass j J! fund is maintained by one dollar

Hoover, minister. the Flagler Beach Public Library sies made their identificationscommon fingerling which will be stocked I I from the sale of each three dollar -

lately what with someone want property, swapped them in the fresh waters of the state resident fishing license and

MRS MAGEE HOSTESSTO ing to know how many gallons with each other, and even used beginning in May. Stocking of I will be used only to Improve

SPRING LUNCHEONAND of maple syrup it takes to makea them as playing cards. the .bass fingerling will continue Florida's fresh water fishing.

pound of maple sugar and a throughout the summer.

BRIDGE PARTY teenager wanting to know if I The Hungarian regime then According to W. B. Copeland, I ..,. _

Mrs. C. O Magee was hostessto exer took dope, and how she provided Gypsies with building chairman. Game and Fresh O. F. ALTORD

a Spring Luncheon and Bridge would just love to !taste it I said material for houses. The Ro- Water Fish Commission, the new

Party Tuesday at her "home, 112 NO I NEVER DID NOR NEVER manies sold the lumber and de- thirty-six pond fish hatchery will Registered I

Eleventh street. WANTED TO-then I remember. camped. Free books kindled no be dedicated by Governor Hay- Real Estate Broker

Spring flowers were used in ed how all my friends went burning desire for education. The don Burns and opened for public

rooms and also formed the centerpiece again and again to Chariot's Review Gypsies made cigarette papers inspection on March 26. Bunnell Florida

for the dining table to see The Limehouse Blues from textbook leaves.In I _

which was over laid with a lace Number and one got engagedon
Poland, where police are
cloth. Mrs. Magee was assistedin the fire-escape during the intermission I
to motorists at
quick stop
even
serving by Mrs. Frances to the man who had
country crossroads, they Just
Haistens. taken her to see Limehouse
wave on the wanderers' horse-
Enjoying the party were Mrs. Blues eleven times and longed

Ralph Hirst, Mrs. Edward Kru- to be a longshoreman so I couldgo drawn wagons. "Certainly every THANK YOUMay
Gypsy can show an identificationpaper
ger, Mrs. Albert Batten, Mrs. over to London and prowl "
1 a policeman told are.
Frances HaistIngs, Mrs. Charles around the Limehouse docks and
porter. "Dear sir, he can show
Schaeffer, Mrs. Robert Reed, and see the dens where beautiful
five identification papers. All I take this opportunity of
Mrs. Jim Hall. white girls smoked opium "
different! All valid!
Mrs. Haistens won high score stretched out on pads and it was

and Mrs. Batten the consolation, all just the way the Limehouse A few years ago, 331 Polish thanking the voters of Flagler County
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onto train
Gypsies piled a car
prize. Blues sounded. Evil has always
rying repatriates to West Ger
attracted youth because it seemsso

Mr. and Mrs. Willie Lee Aaron mysterious, whether the timeis many. The Gypsies lacked passports for returning Sheriff
me as
visas exit and your
permits,
are leaving the weekend for yesterday or now. I have also

Holly Hill, S. C., to reside. He learned that the Beatles are out entry papers. The group blandly

will be employed by the Santee andn Surfers and Hell's Angelsare passed Polish and East German without opposition.
border But West German
Cement plant there. in. Why are the Beatles out? guards.

Because they are old. As I listened police demanded their papers.

WINTER VISITOR HONOREDON I old older oldest. The Gypsies said they had none
grew ,
BIRTHDAY Poor Old Beatles. What can they and scrambled outu windows in. .1 I appreciate this very much and
to the railroad yards. Faced withan
do? What does an old Beatle do?
F Brevard Furr of Salisbury, audacious fait accompli the
I It is sad. However one nice thingis
S. C., a winter vistor here celebrated that at this very moment the West Germans let the Gypsies I shall strive always to merit the con-

his 63 birthday anniversary stay.
Surfers and the Hell's Angels are .
at the Mosby Apartmentson Reform Efforts Fail
getting on and soon they will be
fidence have in
March 15. placed me.
you
the old too. Every cloud has its silver Ever since the Russian Revolution
Guests enjoying party

with him were: Margaret Furr, lining. the Communuists have

Dorothy Sutton, Elizabeth Ka. been trying to make Gypsies

nupp, Lillian Harper, Mr. and take up "socially useful labor." P. A. (Zip ) EDMONSON
the Soviet Union
Mrs. Dick Mosby, Mr. and Mrs. Migrant Gypsies Periodically,

Red McNitt, Bill Furgus, Mr. and reports that Gypsies are abandoning
their itinerant life to
Mrs. Fred Griger, Mr. and Mrs. At Closed
Laugh work in factories and on farms. (Pd. Political Adv.)
George Wagman, Mr. and Mrs.
Those who know Gypsies smile
August Whitte, Mr. and Mrs. J. Borders Red
TapeWhen at these pronouncements and recall
W. Swing, Chandler Van Polle,
James E. Latfirop, G. "B. Jones, Gypsies make their violins i an early effort to settle
Russian Romanies. The Soviet
Mr. and Mrs. Ben Mellinger Mr. cry these days, some author
MARGARET V. KNIGHT
Government installed a
and Mrs. Rhodes, and Marge ities sob-with frustration. I group
in a large house in Moscow,
Givins. Gypsies behind the Iron Cur
where they spent the winter. Earnestly Solicits Your Vote for the
The party was a complete surprise tain have made a joke of repeat.
When spring arrived, officials
to the honored guest. ed efforts to settle them down. BOARD OF PUBLIC INSTRUCTION
came to suggest a little trip to
They cross forbidden borders a nice collective farm. They
DISTRICT No. 3
with an ease that would Impresseven
found only the outer walls and

Come In And See identification a master papers spy., and Passports steady, parts of the floor remaining. Your Support Will Be AppreciatedPd.
movable combustible
Everything or
jobs mean nothing to was missing. So were the
OUR NEW GIFT LINE loose fancy-free Romanies.The ( Political Adv.)
Gypsies.
five or six million Gypsieswho
HAEGER POTTERIES Some Gypsies manage to stayin
wander across from other
one place, though transitionto
Dessan Brass Products parts of Europe the Americas, a fixed abode often is diffi ,
Asia, and Australia also resist I
cult. An American Gypsy who YOU'
settlement. Since leaving their
Hand CarvedVood THANK
bouught a house in New Jerseyran
original homeland in India before
a large pole from floor to
the Christian era, Gypsieshave
Wonty
By ceiling in the center of the living .
preferred to roam, the National
And Many Others Geographic Society says. room. He wanted to give the For the Wonderful Vote of Confidence in the

room the look of a tent.
Swap Identity Cards Gypsies have made other City of Bunnell Commissioner Race
Hungarian authorities have
Flagler HardwareSo. tried to persuade Gypsies to form changes in their traditional way Your Support Is Gratefully Appreciated
of life. Many former horsetraders
woodworking and coppersmith.ing
Railroad Street now deal in used cars.
cooperatives, settle on collective I MARTIN ( Bo ) McDANIEL

Bunnell farms, or take regular fac

tory jobs. Most of the wanderers FISH HATCHERYIS I _

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bass in the ponds at the

:j HART REFRIGERATION new Richloam Fish Hatchery JoIN BUDDY KNOX


% YOUR ATLANTIC DEALER

.: ANDELECTRIC |:: KNTII TIIK .uiriAi.rmrriT roniT.('IIt1'IT.NKV-iv" Bunnell Atlantic Service Station
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AND POIl KLAiKlt ( ()NTV :
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SERVICE I NEAL, REMINOTON I'lalntlff SIMMONS" U. S. Highway 1 ((jjgjgj) Night Ph. 437.3944

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4 4 8 EUIUKA SIMMONS.Defendant REPAIR, REBUILD GENERATORS, STARTERS

: Bunnell, Fla. Box 253-A, Rl :%: \UTI(''mvoiuK': TO AI'I'KAH AND CARBURETORS

Phone 437-3698 :%: THE 8TATK OF FLORIDA TO:
4 EURIKA SIMMONS 24 Hour Heavy Duty Wrecker Service
'.4' Whose residence and Pout

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You are hereby notified that a
cult for divorce has been filed
against you In the above entitled

r CRAIG FUNERAL HOME cause to serve and upon you Plaintiff are hereby Attorney required 24 HourWrecker

whole name and address appear Service
hereon your written defense if 'WV
A. B. CHAIG. Funeral Director any to the Hill of Complaint In said
suit on or before the 23rd day of
April 1966. else decree pro con-
JOHN CAPO. ManagerAIR fesiio will be entered against you.
WITNESS My Hand and Heal of Flagler Truck & Tractor CO.
OXYGEN said Court thla 21st day of March
LADY A. D. 1966.
:::NDmONED I I EQUIPPED E. A. SMYTHE. MASSEY-FERGUSON
Clerk of said Court
CHAPEL ATTENDANT AMBULANCES fly: /_/ Julia R. Harvey Grove Farm Industrial Equipment
I Deputy Clerk.
(HEAL) VIRGIL DECKER Phone ID 7-3242
Phone ID 7-3532 W. U WADSWOHTH

Dunnell P. O. Box, Florida 896 Owner Bunnell, Florida
I-- 201 E. MOODY BLVD. BUNNELL. FLORIDA Attorney for I'lalntlff.
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1 1j j 1'AGE TEN THE FLAGLER TRIBUNE, BUNNELL, FLORIDA Thursday, March 24, 1966

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t CHEMICAL SAFETY uniforms, we felt that these I Transplanting CamelliasBY j I Water cress, a hardy aquatic II I I
ladies who also have daily public I Ed Fisher perennial may be found growing
YOURDRIVERS
GROUP MEETS contact should be uniformedalso. I Asst. Experiment Stations Editor wild from Nova Scotia to Florida,' RENEW ,1//
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Several businessmen and agricultural ." It's best to transplant your west to Idaho and California, LICENSE L ,
leaders met last Thurs I Each lady is furnished sets of I camellias during the dormant wherever there are small, gently DURING YOUR
day night Irt the Courtroom for two summer uniforms and two I season. I flowing streams, shallow poolsor BIRTH MONTH < '' I
th purpose of reorganizing the winter uniforms, he said. Both And, if you haven't done so, ditches. I
Flagler County Chemical Safety outfits are of a Navy blue miracle :I February is about the last monthto
Group. -blend fabric, with ,the winter do the job. This is because I _____ __________ _________ri i

Purpose of this group is to outfit having long sleeves I I I root growth during the dormant :i! i: Ever had BEER-BECUE? i: \
make continuing analysis of and a heavy lining. period of the year gives the plant :. "
problems or health hazards we The design Is a two-piece suit, I a better start and allows greater
may be having In the field of with a box jacket and straight growth during the first year than 1 1.1
chemicals, whether the chemicalbe skirt. An airline-hostess type caps I would be possible from a later i i iI .
internal or external medicines provided, also Navy blue. I planting. I I .
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household cleansing Each uniform bears a sleeve Dr. E. W. McElwee, chairman I I,
'agents, petroleum, drugs, cosmetics patch that is the same as that I of the Department of Ornamental I I I II
pesticides or poisonous worn by men park employes, Horticulture with the Florida I II
plans. but the feminine touch blossoms I}: Agricultural Experiment Stations II
) As the group finds we are experiencing forth in jewelry for the uniforms.IN I I says that camellias can I I I I
cases of poisoning in I also be transplanted in late I [
some of these areas, then efforts MEMORIAM !; spring, summer or fall as long rj
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will be made to better inform In Loving Memory ; as extra care and protection is I
local people of the dangers of of given to make up for the more I 1 a.
the producs and how to use it John Oliver Buckles I unfavorable conditions. 1 ; i;
safely.It who passed away Container-grown camellias can Get therecipe

was recognized during this one year ago be transplanted any time of the I I ___..___.. IrichocUulofidus 1 j
:=:==.:.::: for decorations, entertainments
March 23, 1965 but should be handled 1
meeting however, that practIcal. I year =
In this : and
ly all cases of accidents with In memory of a father so dear carefully to keep as many roots I I -gfflg----:-:-- rtdpes for the most I
chemicals from their Improperuse I Though he is gone, he's very 'j as possible and to reduce /the 1 FREE s- -t fun party of ill.Sand /
and handling. Members also near; 'I water loss. I II II GUIDE _= ::. :: for it May! II I
pointed out that without these Deep in our hearts a memoryis I I Another important point in I II to /

chemicals in fields of health, industry kept, I transplanting, according to Dr.
Beer PartyUSAu.s.
agriculture, and home. Dear Papa, we shall never forget McElwee, is to prune the top of
making then our country would I the camellia plant to reduce it II
certainly not 'have the fantastic A smile for all, a heart of gold, in roportion to the smaller I BREWERS ASSOCIATION, Inc. / 535 Fifth Avenue, II I
if progress It has over the past few One of the best this world could I root system. New York N.Y. 10017 I
decades. hold. Spraying with a wax emulsion I'm interested in beer-becue. Send me my free copy of

Those attending were Gib Anderson Never selfish, always kind, before transplanting, using mist, I I Beer Party/USA. I
druggist; Lyman' Gage, Those precious memories you I shade, mulch, and water after Name II
left behind.In transplanting all help to lower
pest control; Danny Johnston,
Farm Bureau; P. H. Frier, Roger [ our hearts you'll always stay, I the "shock" to the plant. I Street I
Loved, remembered
day.
Edwards and O. K. Herr, hardware every City -Zfa
dealers; Dr. J. M. Canakaris Sadly missed by I I I Palm trees grow in Switzer. 1 -- II I
Children and GrandchildrenThe II land-not in greenhouses but on State 1I
hospital; Gene Holly, Health i
I I' the shores of Lake of Lugano. II
Department; Tilman Robinson I ti::>
S. C. S; and Don Jordan, County Tobacco and lemon trees also UNITED STATES BREWERS ASSOCIATION, INC. II
Agent. Florida Indians were said flourish on the Mediterranean. ... o MI m wvrnn MAX. ruwKM \I! 1.azrrrrrrrrrrrrrrrrr
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to be growing watermelons by warmed side of the Alps, the Na I =

Park Women To the mld-lGOOs. tional Geographic says.. .
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The fifteen women employesof
the Florida Park Board who
work in parks or district offices
around the state are now in the
fashion whirl-they're wearing
t' "originals."

l I', State Parks Director Bill Miller t rLm <
announced today that each of
i the ladies is being provided a
; set of four uniforms designed
especially for the Park Board bya
Miami manufacturer to wear
while performing their duties in
dealing with the general public.He .
explained, "Because the ____ _
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vast majority of those employedin
our 51 state parks and five
district offices are men who wear

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24-hour advance noticeF. '66 Chevrolet Impala Sport Sedan
(going away) and Impala Sport Coupe.

L. MALPHURSPhone Drive a great buy. Buy a great drive. Impala '66CHEVROLET

439-2132
How close are you to your nearest Chevrolet dealer
A mile? A block? Hurry on down! That's how close you
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r are to a Double Dividend buy on Jet-smoother '66
HASTINGS MATTRESS DOUBLEDIVIDEND Impala! Choose! Rakish hardtops, convertibles, sedans,
wagons. Pick! Turbo-Jet V8 power on order to 425 hp. Add
I & UPHOLSTRY WORKS I DAKS: !, Luxuries from Strato-bucket seats to AM/FM Multiplex
710-12 Lemon St. : Stereo radio. Act! Double Dividend Days are here!

Palatka Florida NO. 1 BUYS NO. 1 CARS Eight features now standard for your added .
Phone EA 5-9166 I Mow at jour Chevrolet dealer's safety, including outside mirror (use it before
FurnltuUpholstering passing),shatter-resistant inside mirror and seat I GM
Repaired & Refinished belts front and rear (always/ buckle spry.!) _,
Mattresses & Box Springs I
Made to Order Also Renovated An kinds of good buys all In one place.mat your Chevrolet dealer1: Chevrolet Chevelle Chevy n Corvalr.
Call Laura Morris 437-3233 r .__._ -.-_.......__......_....._.._......__....._...Corvette..._........_
After 6:00 P. M. n.uu
PRICES REASONABLE.
BUDGET PLAN IF NEEDED.

Just Phone a or near Post as Office your HALL-TUMLIN' CHEVROLET COMPANY

Drop Us A Card or Call
Free Pick-up & Delivery'!
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