<%BANNER%>

UFPKY NEH LSTA SLAF



The Flagler tribune
ALL ISSUES CITATION SEARCH THUMBNAILS MAP IT! PAGE IMAGE ZOOMABLE
Full Citation
STANDARD VIEW MARC VIEW
Permanent Link: http://ufdc.ufl.edu/UF00079914/00325
 Material Information
Title: The Flagler tribune
Physical Description: Newspaper
Language: English
Publisher: s.n.
s.n.
Place of Publication: Bunnell Fla
Creation Date: March 31, 1966
Publication Date: -1981
Frequency: weekly
regular
 Subjects
Subjects / Keywords: Newspapers -- Bunnell (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Flagler County (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Genre: newspaper   ( marcgt )
newspaper   ( sobekcm )
Spatial Coverage: United States -- Florida -- Flagler -- Bunnell
Coordinates: 29.4675 x -81.256944 ( Place of Publication )
 Notes
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
 Record Information
Source Institution: University of Florida
Holding Location: University of Florida
Rights Management: All rights reserved. Board of Trustees of the University of Florida
Resource Identifier: aleph - 001024369
oclc - 33425664
notis - AFA6237
lccn - sn 95047251
System ID: UF00079914:00325
 Related Items
Preceded by: St. Johns tribune
Succeeded by: Palm Coast news
Succeeded by: Flagler/Palm Coast news-tribune

Full Text
-- -- .-




,

,t.lh of Fll\ m"t.

17A1\M t' To\lUrp:': Vl tnI': ..(..\. :I 11I1; PRY DBRARY -


of FLA.





mIJ JFIa1rr rrihun







VOLUME 54, NO. 13 BUNNELL, FLORIDA, THUSDAY, MARCH 31, 1966 2.50A, YEAR


FLAGLER COUNTY Cold War Vets FLAGLER BEACHMETHODIST
Medicare HealthIns. II Flagler County


MartinTo REGISTRATION Entitled To Many CHURCH I Red Cross Fund

Rep.
BOOKS TO CLOSEThe HOLY WEEK SERVICESHoly I

Visit BeachState Flagler County Registration GI BenefitsM. Week Services at the Drive ContinuesThe

Treasurer and Insurance Books will close at noon, T. DIxon, of the Florida Methodist Church of Flagler Red Cross Fund Drive will
Saturday, April 2, Supervisor of Beach Include the following.
Commissioner Broward Dept. of Veterans Affairs, announced continue in Flagler County dur
Maunday Thursday, April 7,
Elections Mary Smith said to. that veterans of ing th next
announced that today ten days said Area
Williams has
7:30 p. m. a Communion service
recent service in the Armed Coordinator Cora Buckles
health Insurance day.Mrs. yes.
his Medicare I Smith said the books will with special music by Chancel
Fred A. Martinof Forces are entitled to many new terday. Mrs. Buckles and Jim
representative, Choir; Good Friday Service,
be open for registration in her office .
benefits under the Cold War GI McDaniel of the Red Cross headquarters
will be at the
Daytona Beach, at the Courthouse on Friday April 8, 7 ::30 p. m. with special
.
Bill passed by Congress.An for East Volusia-Flag-
Manor, 1224 AlA, South, Flagler evening from 7 p. m. until 9 music by the Chapel Choir; Eas
who ler
eligible veteran is one County Chapter were making
Beach, on Friday April 8, from o'clock, in order that those who ter Sunrise Service, April 10, 6
has been active for contacts in the Bun
on duty more yesterday
9:00 a. m. to 12:00: noon, to answer a. m. Combined service of all
to Insurance are not able to register during I than 180 days since Jan. 31, nell area. They said only about
questions pertaining Flagler Beach Churches. Every.
the open hours in the day. I
and assist those persons I 1955, or has a service connected one invited. one third of the quota had been

eligible for Medicare benefits In Mrs. Smith said the votinglist disability. The Veteran's Admin. reached. Surrounding areas have

determining If changes are nee had been purged of about istratlon will issue certificates of Esater Sunday morning Wor almost all been covered and the

nessary In their present health 100 names but new registrationshave eligibility to those qualified on ship Service will be April 10th, Bunnell area will be canvassed

coverage so as to properly com come in well over that fig. application after June 1, 1966, 11 a. m. with special music by within the next few days.

plement Medicare without du ure. the effective date of this sectionof both choirs.Senior. They said the Red Cross pro.

plication. the law. grams can only be carried on In

Williams urges all citizens Southern Bell An eligible veteran is entitledto county thru the support of the

who have questions or desire educational benefits, and a public.

advice in this area to contact Pays Largest I veteran can get monthly allow. Citizens I I The two main programs carried .

Martin at the Manor on this ances of $100.00 or more whilehe I on In_ the county are theBlood

date. State Tax Bill Is a full-time student in an Meeting NoticeThe I I Bank Program and the

approved educational institution
Vlllitary Home Service
Flagler Senior Citizens program.
Southern Bell Telephone and high school, business col. Club will hold its twice monthly Mrs. Ethel White and Mrs. Flos

Bunnell Methodist Telegraph Company paid $2,764 lege, business school or graduate meeting next Tuesday evening,. sic Haines of the Flagler Wom

325.63 Inutility taxes to the school; for each month of active April 5, in Community Hall at an's Club are chairmen for the

Church State of Florida. This tax pay. duty service, he is entitled to a the Municipal Building, Flagler Home Service for the military.

ment, which is the largest the month of training up to 36 Beach. The Red Cross furnishes the

Her. Oliver F. Taylor. Pastor company has ever paid to the months to be completed within There will be a potluck sup. blood program In Flagler Coun- I

RE WHO COMES state, was presented by John Par. I eight years from 1966, or his discharge per starting at 6 o'clock. Mem ty. It Is distributed free through

Some the President tin, special representative for date if later. Active duty he Mid
years ago bers 'are asked to bring a covered -Florida Red Cross Blood
of the United States come to the Southern Bell, to Governor Hay service men with more than two dish or dessert and table serv I Center in Daytona Beach. -No

town in which I lived. Thou : don Burns and Ed Straughn, years service can get tuition ice. The Club furnishes coffee. charge Is made for the blood.

sands of people went to greet Florida Revenue Commissioner.The costs paid for taking off duty The: only cost to the individuals

him, and many thousands stood I check presented to the courses. the cost of the processing and

by the route he would take in I state is part of an $18,935,000tax Home and farm purchases will matching made by the hospital.The .

order to get a glimpse of him. bill paid by Southern Bell be aided by the Government's Special ServicesAt support of the public by
I to the State of Florida, Its mu. I of to the
.. As ,he approached some people guarantee repayment contributions is greatly neededat
.
. wa"vedu others remoVed their; I niclpallties and counties for theyear I veteran lender In purchasing a Bunnell First this time in order to continue

; hats, and most "applauded '61 r 'of"1965, .exclusive bf any homer the veteran can obtain a theSeservices.! Those wishing to

\ cheered. We had assembled out municipal exsise taxes and of 'guarantee up to 60 percent of Metfioclist Church malee'contrlbuUoriSby mail may 1

of patriotism, curiosity, or simply any income, social security and the loan up to $7,500. Direct do so by filling in the following
There will be
to be identified with historyas excise tax payments to the Fed loans can be made to the veteran two services form and mailing It to:
held at the First Methodist
most of us had probablynever eral Government.Over where private credit Is not Red Cross, Care Cora Buckles,
Church of
Bunnell
seen a President in person. the past ten years, Sou. available, up to $17,500. during Holy Rt. 1, Bunnell, Florida.I .

This event is probably indelibly thern Bell has paid to the Stateof Dixon said other benefits Included Week. The Maundy Thursday am enclosing $.................... as
Service will
be held at 8
m.,
marked in the memories of us Florida over $19,900,000 In veterans' preference p. my contribution to the AmericanRed

who seldom have such an oppor utility taxes. This year's pay. rights being extended to helpin Thursday, April 7, and Holy Cross Chaper In Flagler
Communion will be served.A .
tunity. What a wonderful day ment Is more than three' timesas getting and keeping Federal County.

and a joyous occasion it must much as was paid in 1955 Government jobs. Job counsel. Good Friday Service will be Name ..................................................
have been when Jesus made his when Southern Bell's Utility Tax Ing and employment, and place. held from 12 noon until 12:30p.

triumphal entry into Jerusalem.Do Payment was $936,907.00. ment services are available from m. Address ..............................................
we consider what our reac the Dept. of Labor. Service con. ._..-

tion would have been? Wouldwe OFF COAST SURVEY nection for disabilities with the Seeks Potato Title
Veterans Administration is made
'have gone to see him? Where

will we be when the Christian BEGINS THIS WEEKThe easier, and care in a Veterans

world celebrates Palm Sundaythis Administration hospital is made

? Each must answer for ship Hydrographer will possible. Dixon said for further
year
all this week from St. Peters-
himself. "So they took branchesof information, see your local Vet.
burg, Florida, for a three-month
palm trees and went out to erans County Service Officer or Hui
meet him, crying 'Hosanna!' survey off Florida's East Coast. write him at P. O. Box 1437, St. c
The 1106-ton 164 foot vessel is
Blessed be he who comes in the Petersburg, Florida 33731. 4.Y
the Coast and Geodetic
operated by -
name of the Lord John
12:13. Survey, an agency of the DEPUTY IRVINCOMPLETES
new Environmental Science

ANDERSONS ATTEND Services Administration (ESSA), SPECIAL

U. S. Department of Commerce.The TRAINING COURSEJ.
FUNERAL FRIDAYIN C&GS vessel Is scheduledto i ; ;rd 1
L. Irvin, deputy sheriff of
SAVANNAHMr. sail April 1 and will base at
Flagler County sheriff's office,
and Mrs. Gib Anderson and Pork Canaveral, Florida.
graduated Friday from the FlorIda
Don Anderson were called to i The Hydrographer will survey
law enforcement training
Savannah, Ga., Tuesday by the I I the waters between Daytona
course stressing the use of for.
death of Mrs. Anderson's sisterin Beach and St. Augustine. She
ensic science in the complex and
law, Mrs. Wendell Breland. will work at depths of 54 to 660 =Yas
technical of conducting
The Funeral was held Friday feet from shore. Sailing approx. area

morning in Savannah.DR. imately 10,000 miles on the pro. crime investigations.
Featured speakers from the
ject, she will collect data for
ALLEN REYNOLDS updating nautical charts for the Attorney General's office, Flor _.
ida Sheriff's Bureau and the
safe navigation of vessels.
INVITED INTO
Academy presented subjects
The extensive is
survey partof
HONOR ACADEMYOn ranging from the legal limitations .
a continuing program by the
19 Dr. Allen that as
March Rey. serve procedure
ESSA agency of charting the
nolds and one other Florida dentist guidllnes for enforcement officersto
floor In
ocean U. S. coastal wat
were Invited into the "Sou. the skills that are essentialin
ers, Including the changes made .
thern Academy of Oral Surgery"in the performance of their In. ir.o
by man, currents and other % ,
The vestigative responsibilities. 4
Atlanta, Georgia. mem
causes. Some part Ions of the
bership of this organization is A highlight of the programwas
arer covered by the Hydrograph
limited to one hundred dentists a series of simulated crimes .
er have not been surveyed since "
Its which investigated at. 4V
who meet requirements.There the 1920s. were by
other Florida tending students followed
are twelve ; by
members. The Hydrographer began the moot trials, with investigating A trio of Florida beauties will be seeking the Florida
Florida East Coast project in
Atlanta Dr. students being examined under Potato Blossom 6 in
While in Reynolds ,Continued on Page 10) Queen crown April Hastings at the

attended the scientific sessionof the severest of courtroom testsas fifth annual tri-county barbecue. Dressed accordingly,

the "Hinman Dental Meet Reynolds attended a five day to procedures used in collect.
smiles are flashed from a potato field by (left to right)
ing. This included many phasesof course in equilibrating occlusionIn ing preserving and identifying
dentistry.The natural and artificial den evidence found in the course of Susan McMillan, 17, Bunnell ; Johnell Maltby, 17, Pa-

week of March 10th Dr. tures. their Investigation. latka, and Beth Poole, 17, Hastings.r .



-'>.4






'IPAGE




TWO :' THE FLAGLER TRIBUNE, BUNNELL, FLORIDA Thursday, March 31, 1966


;'"' FBES SIXTH GRADE TO eggs as they emerge. Sea life exists In what might

PRESENT PROGRAM FOR PTA Smoe fish carry biological seem a most unlikely place: under

I tagler.Beach The Flagler Beach'- Parent lamps on the end of stalks or the Ross Ice 'Shelf in Antarctica. .

Teacher Association will meet along the sides of their bodies. .

next Wednesday, April 6th, at The pale ,glow which can be .. .
.
7:30 p. m. in the school cafetor flashed on and off, acts as a lure: iP I" I

FLAGLER WOMAN'S CLUB METHODIST' CHURCH ium. The program will be "Mus to potential mates or food. O. F. ALTORD

ic Around the World" Million of Years of Ooze
Lenten Services April presentedby Registered
Due to the Annual Conventionof Special t he Sixth Grade under the The bottom of the ocean is I
3, Palm Sunday, 11 A.M. Special Real Estate Broker
the FFWC on April 12.15 in chancel and direction of W. E. Fennell, Jr. covered by layers of various
music the
Clearwater, the Flagler Woman'sClub by their teacher and also Principal. oozes, which have accumulated BunnelL Florida

business meeting will 'be chapel choirs. The nominating committee in places for eons. To avoid sink.

set up a week ahead which will I Thursday, April 7, Maundy will present its( slate of new of. ing into the soft mud, many animals .

be on April 6 at 2 P. M. Thursday, 7:30 P.M. Communion fivers for the ensuing at walk on stilts. Crustaceanshave
Music Chancel year PETERSON TEXACO
service. by
I enormously long legs, and
this meeting.
Miss Emily Gage, president, Choir. SERVICE
fish have): developed'great extensions
reminds committee chairmen to 8 Good 7:30 P.M. I
April Friday, : SHELTON BROOKSTO of their fins. ROAD SERVICE
bring or send their written re Sermon by the pastor, Rev. Reyn I
SPEAK TO M. Y. F. The vast pressure at great Light Mechanic' Work
turn in this is the
ports to as old Hoover. Music by the Chapel
depths seems,to have little in. Phone 4373441 3una UIN
annual meeting. The executive Choir. Mr. Shelton Brooks from Bun. .
fluence on the animals living ....
board will present their reportsat April 10, Easter Services, 6 A. nell will be guest speaker at the
their
there. Since water fills
CIRCUIT COURT OF TilE
the installation later on In M. Combined services of all Methodist Youth Fellowship in cavities the force inside SEVENTH JUDICIAL CIRCUITIN

the month. Beach churches. Morn Flagler Beach next Sunday evening body AND FOR FLAGLER COUNTY -
Flagler and outside their bodies is equal.Man's FLORIDA. IN CHANCERY.NOTICKl .
ing worship 11 A. M. with special at 6:30 p. m. All youths 12 OF SUIT
The nominating committee, knowledge of the ocean Chancery No. 5231ORDKR
to 21 invited
music by both choirs. are to attend. OF PUBLICATIONANN '
composed of Mrs. V. W. Haines, bottom is still meager but one PETRITIS.

Mrs. Myrtle Streeter and Mrs. COMMUNITY CHURCH METHODIST CHURCH NEWS mystery recently was cleared up. V8.Plaintiff

Same Novick will present a new Certain tracks had appeared in JOSEPH PETRITia
Church School time is 9:45
The Lord's Supper will be observed : a. Defendant.
slate of officers to be voted many pictures of the ocean floor
on.
,
next Sunday followingthe m. and morning worship at 11 IN THE NAME OF THE STATE
Members are urged to attend but no one knew what made OF FLORIDA:
message, "The Necessity of o'clock with Rev. Reynold Hoover TO: JOSEPH PETRI TIS, whose res
this meeting as several important them. In 1965 scientists announced idence is unknown however his
minister. Following the Palm
the Cross to be brought by
matters to be discussed.Due they had photographed the last known mailing address la:
are Rev. R. W. Dickert at 11 A. M. Sunday service this Sunday we 3038 North Oleander. Chicago, Ill
to an oversight, the name' unknown animal: a three-foot inois.
Sunday school begins at 9:45.: will have a fellowship dinner You are hereby required to file
of Mrs. E. P. Fleurie was omit long enteropneust, or acorn with of this Court
and the official board will meet hetoCI : your
Plans for the annual Easter egg :
ted in last week's paper concerning worm, that feeds on the bottom the Bill of Complaint
hunt will be announced.The after dinner. filed herein against you In the above
past presidents on hand for i oozes. entitled cause on or before the 25th
Ladies Guild will meet in day of D., 1966 and servea
the Diamond Jubilee Tea held thereof
Fellowship Hall this afternoon i BAPTIST CHOIR TO :.,.copy. ..upon .OSSINSKY &
IV THE SKY- ujuuitum, piamun s attorney here
recently. CIRCUIT
(Thursday) at 2 P. M.. I PRESENT EASTER STORY ENTH Jl'DIC1AL COURT.CIRCUIT. IV In, whose address Is 600 North
Oleander Avenue Daytona Beach
Atfll FOR
An Easter Music program will FLORIDA.IN FLAtSLER COUNTY. Florida. "THE FLAGLER TRIBUNE' -
be the CHANCERY NO. Is hereby designated as the
presented 9246
by Baptist ROBERT A. newspaper in which this
Choir with special duets and a Plaintiff LAW be published once a terall

VOTE TO KEEP solo. Soloist will be Rev. Max ERNESTINE VII. LAW consecutive NOT OR A weeks.DECREE HEREIN PRO FAIL CON-

Hall and duets by Vickie and Defendant. AGAINST FESSO WILL BE ENTERED
NdTICK YOU FOR. SUCH FAIL
Buddy Moore and Ed Schatz and IN THE NAME OF THE STATE URE.
OF The nature of this suit Is
bill
FLORIDA a
Mrs. Max Hall. The choir is directed TO for divorce.
by Judson and : ERNESTINE LAW WITNESS My hand and aeal at
Stryker YOU ARE IH REBY REQUIRED Bunnell Flagler County. Florida
Herschel Mrs. Anita Hirst, pianist. Refreshments I to file; and serve your this 22nd day of March A. D, 1966.
King answer to the EMIL A. SMYTHE.
will 'be served in the Complaint In the above filed entitled herein against you As Clerk Circuit Court
basement before the cause on or Flagler County Florida
the
following service 1963, 30th day of April A. D. (Official Seal)
and everyone is invited to at Court,upon Flakier the Clerk of the Circuit By JULIA R. HARVEY
and ':.ntMe Florida, and Deputy Clerk.
tend. Cobb,a Cole copy& Crotty u Plaintiffs. Black, Mar 24, 31 and Apr. 7, 14, 4tc.

ON YOUR SCHOOL BOARD North torney Beach herein, whose address Is 444 at IN Tin CIRCUIT COURT, SEVENT1I -
Guests of Mr. and Mrs. Harold Florida Street, Daytona Beach, JUDICIAL CIRCUIT, IV'

Jones last week Included his sister hell THE Florida FLAGLER la TRIBUNE Bun- FLORIDA AND FOR IN FLAULEH CHANCERY.COUNT,

Mrs. John King of Lake as the'newspaper hereby In which designated No. B2SO
this notice BIRDINE MARSHALL JOHNSON,
( DISTRICT I 1)) vine, Conn. and her granddaughter for four shall U be) published consecutive once weeks.a week V8 Plaintiff, ,

Miss Alyson Hoey of CREE HEREIN FAIL NOT OR A DE CHARLES JOHNSON

Lakeville and also a student at I ENTERED PRO AGAINST CO.VFESSO WILL BE Defendant.
SUCH YOU FOR DIVORCE
Boston Unverslty. I FAILURE. NOTICE TO APPEAR
.
MAY 3, 1966 I for The Divorce.nature of this suit Is a Bill THE STATE OF FLORIDA TO:
CHARLES JOHNSON
i BunnellEFlag er hand and Whose residence and
Monsters In Florida
this 22nd day of County. Post Office Address
March
A. D. 1966, are unknown.
(Pd. Political Adv.) Circuit Court Clerk of the You are hereby notified that a
Ocean Stranger l<' Flagler CounSEAL suit for divorce has been filed
( ) Julia against you in the above entitled
By:
R. Harvey cause and you are hereby required

Than LegendReal March ,|, April jff. ?/.' :'k to whose serve name upon and Plaintiff's address Attorney appear,

Dear Fellow Citizens of NOTICE OK hereon your written defense if
!SALE
"sea TEMPORARY any to the Bill of Complaint in
I monsters" are even HOI'!iIV O NOTE! said ault, on or before the 23rd day
Flagler weirder than the fanciful beastsof ('UI'>TY OK AUTHORITY, OP THE of April 196, else decree pro con-
I
CountyI Sealed FLAGLER, FLORIDA fesso will be entered against you.
old
sailors' yarns. ed by proposals will be receiv WITNESS my Hand and Seal of

AM ANNOUNCING MY CANDIDACY FOR The most imaginative old tar after County ot HOUsing ji'Jaglert Authority:Florida (herein ot the_ aald 1966. Court this 21st day of March,

COUNTY COMMISSIONER, DISTRICT 4 might hesitate to claim that he at fl0 South the Bacher"Ucal Authority") E. A. SMYTHE
I the Clerk of laid Court
YOUR VOTE AND SUPPORT WILL BE had seen a creature with arms I publicly opened'atOnedo'ciocklP.' and (SEAL)

35 feet long. Yet the giant squid (E. S. T. on April M. By /SJulia R. Harvey
GREATLY APPRECIATED I purchase ot 12. 1966. for the Deputy Clerk
har such tentacles and a 19-foot I I l'ootell <( Series, P. O. Box
SINCERELY being 896
; body to go with It-more than to aidEinh h Serlell), being IlIlIued use Bunnell. Florida

J. B. PELLICER 50 feet of writhing sea monster. I hoienlg proJect.ftnanclng It II low-rent Attorney for Plaintiff
The notes Mar. 24, 31, and Apr. 7. 14, 4tc.
I Living deep in the ocean, the 1966 will be will be dated May 3.
Prt Political Artv) Nov. 4, payable to bearer on IN THE' CIRCUIT COURT; SEV
I giant squid is almost never seen at the 1966 and will bear Interest ENTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT. IV'

I alive, the National Geographic ed rate or rates per annum fix AND FOR FLAULER COUNTY,
lfJ! ll lis3'JIftlal' In the proposal or proposals ac FLORIDA. IN CHANCERY. CASE!
Society says. An occasional dead I cepted for the purchase of such NO. 32..2MAny

'speciment is cast up on a beachor notes.All proposals for the purchase of ANN STOKES.Plaintiff,

remains found in said notes shall be submitted in .VII.
are
stomachs I form a
approved by the Local Au ROY ARTHUR STOKES
VOTEFOR of deep-diving sperm I thority. Copies of such form of pro Defendant.
whales. posals and Information concerning NOTICE TO APPEAR
th notes may be obtained from the THE STATE OF FLORIDA. TO:
Fish Live in Dark I Local Authority at the address In ROY ARTHUR STOKES
I dicated above. 1114 North" 23rd Street
Fish that live thousands of HOUSING AUTHORITY Wilmington North Carolina
I OF THE COUNTY OF You are hereby notified that a
feet in the
deep ocean must FLAGLER. FLORIDA suit for divorce has been filed
adapt to living in the dark. 'I By Jack D. Abbott against you In the above entitled
Secretary. cause and you are hereby required
Plants cannot develop in the March 31 ItcIV to serve upon Plaintiff's Attorney

... \ inky blackness, so the fish must : TIIK riRCMT COrilT. !SEV hereon.whose same your and written address defense appear It

eat either plant and animal re ENTH Jl"UICIAL CIRCUIT IV any to the Bill of Complaint in
A Nil FOR FLAtiLER COl.VTY, en Id suit on or befoe the 16th day
mains that sift down from aboveor FLOIUUA. l\ CHA.\tKUY. of April, 1966 else decree pro con-
>o. 3249.: fesso will be entered
each other. NEAL REMINGTON SIMMONS WITNESS my hand and naroi

The creatures of the deep are Plaintiff, aald Court this 10th day of March,
VII, A. D. 1966.
R. L McNABCOUNTY armed with ferocious teeth tenable O EL'RIKA SIMMONS (Seal) E. A. SMYTHE

them to make the most imoitcE Defendant Clerk By Julia of said K. Harvey Court. ,

of any chance encounter with] NOTICE TO APPEAR Deputy Clerk.
THE W.
STATE OF FLORIDA TO L. WADSWORTH
their scarce prey. The Jaws of EURIKA SIMMONS : P. O. Box 896
Whose residence and Poet Bunnell. Florida
some disengage, allowing themto
Office Address are un Attorney for Plaintiff
engulf a dinner larger than You known. March 17. f'31 & April 7-4tc
are hereby notified
COMMISSION that
a
the diner. suit for divorce has been filed
against you In the above
entitled
Mates as well as food are cause and you are hereby required alitlagltr Sribun
scarce. The male angler fish to serve upon Plaintiff's Attorney
whose
name and address
CANDIDATE solves both problems when it hereon, your written defense appear If nUNNEl.L FLORIDA
any to the Bill of Complaint in said
finds 'a female. He fastens his
suit on or before the 23rd day of
jaws to her body and remains April 1966. else decree pro confesao MRS. M B. FULLER EditorDeal..te.
will be
entered
attached for life. WITNESS My Hand against and fOUl .
said Court this list day of March newspaper far all
,
The
male's Jaws and tongue A. D. 19t>6. Legal Advertising

A FOR IS A VOTE FOR gradually fuse with the tissuesof Clerk E. A.of SMYTHE.said Court

VOTE MAC YOU the female. When the two BYs/ Julia R. Harvey, Entered as second claaa matter
Deputy Clerk. February 8, 1913, at the postoffice -
blood streams Join, the male no (SEAL) at Bunnell Florida under

longer needs to feed. It then remains W. L. WADSWORTH Act of March I, 1S7I
(Pd. Political Adv.) P. O. Box 898
a parasitic dwarf, doing Bunnell Florida '
Attorney for Plaintiff. 0.. year ,,..._...,82,50
fflaMWKWKW nothing but fertilize the female's Mar. 24, 31, and Apr. 7, 14, 4tc. Sh: ....UI. ---I1.2ft



----

,



Thursday, March 31, 1966 THE FLAGLER TRIBUNE, BUNNELL, FLORIDA "AGE'rHREB
__ ____ ,
-- ---- ----
----- -cc= cc. = cc.c cI = =
------ --- -- -- -- -- --- -- --
Campus Life i while researching a book. His t (pasSfor) admittance." floor, as well as answering the I i I barbershop, and beauty parlor,
I revealing report on Soviet life University rules are strictly I telephone in the parlor for halfa where chic coeds get bouffant
At Moscow U. I appears in the March National enforced-and by students. day." hairdos.
'
r Geographic.Dr. Members of the Voluntary Peo- j The cafeteria, though inexpensive I Neon Lights. Log CabinsDr.
Is Different I Hammond lived in a 9 by plest Guard for the Preservationof I lacked knives. "Either I I Hammond, who speaks
I : 12 foot room, complete with ta Social Order sometimes had to pick up my meat with a I fluent Russian, spent weekends
I What is it like for an Amer- 1 j I ble, teapot, and loudspeaker searched rooms at midnight' for fork and bite off a chunk at a exploring the capital of the
I lean to live the life of a Russian I that broadcast only Radio Mos illegal residents. t [ time, or painfully pry the meat world's biggest country. As a
i student in Moscow? 'cow. The Sanitary Committee checked I into pieces with the edge of a fast-growing Industrial metropolis
To begin with, he must learnto ,Must Have Pass rooms weekly and posted I spoon," writes the author. of 6,388,000 'people, Moscow
cut meat with a spoon, take "By Soviet standards, these grades of cleanliness on the Moscow University with its enjoys glass-sheathed skyscrapers
I turns sweeping the kitchen, and quarters were luxurious," writesDr. bulletin board. Student inspectors i I II I 30,000 undergraduates, is a self- high-fashion shops, and
i be graded on his room's cleanliness. Hammond. "Indeed, the looked for vermin and sufficient community. It has a neon lights that blink out "Long
1 dormitory rooms are so superiorto I sprayed where necessary."As grocery store, bank, shoe-repair Live Leninism" and "Forward to
Dr. Thomas T.: Hammond, Pro much of Moscow's housingthat a resident of the dorm, 4 shop, laundry, drugstore, cloth. ,the Victory of Communism."
fessor of Russian History at the I many unauthorized persons took my turn at floor duty," re ing shop, watch-repair kiosh, But there are still remindersof
Uunversity of Virginia, recently try to live at the university. calls Dr. Drummond. "This in theatre ticket bureau, photo studio Moscow's beginnings as a peasant .
spent five months quartered in a j Guards at all entrances require volved sweeping the corridorsand i post office, several book and village: ramshackle log
Moscow University dormitory everyone to show his propusk the two kitchens on our : newspaper stands, movie hall, (Continued on page 4)
--

r -e.







i I i s i At those prices i








:J ita .









astampodeturai ]




I

,
.52 +"v.3s 2 +"ft xy x: :r9YP..riVt
,

rrr

.
t \ \ 1966 Galaxie 500/XL 2-Door Hardtop

(

.---
r-4 -----
v. 3 'Hwn.n .rvM+ vv/A'""Y
.. w: 1V-1.f
?rf ;;y,

Gr ,. < / YeQOwuH
i 4 Mf. k.'Sn / +a90b ,. 11


i

, I II I

,. -
.
I
j ,,,, ,



1966 Mustang Hardtop


.


The Southland's stampeding us Ford Dealers-and we love it.

What's more, we're saying thanks for recordbreakingsales

with record-breaking savings On all- Fords!

.
Wild Mustangs! Luxurious big Fordsl! Sporty Fairlanesl! Thrifty

Falcons! Roomy wagons! We're giving stampeding savings all .

across the line. All equipped with extra-value features at no extra

cost. Options like stereo tape players and high-performance V-8's

available, too. See them. Drive them. Save on them I
::
i Come stampede us into the deal of the year.


, FORD DBUIH SUES STAMPEDE

,_ .
't\

.
BUNNELL MOTOR COMPANY Bunnell, Florida .





".....



"
-
.. .. .





PAGE FOUR THE FLAULEK TRIBUNE, BUNNELL, FLORIDA Thursday, March 31, 1966
---- -- ----
-

In 'Many Lands CAMPUS LIFE tlonal Georgraphlc says. their courting with both feet on stay together for only one ,breed

(Continued from page 3) I Border Battles the ground or on a perch, ac ing season.
Peculiar Foods Defending his domain, a robin I cording to the National Geographic Game birds form many temporary
cabins, dirt roads, and plowed furiously .attacks. any intruder.He Society's book, Song and and casual liaisons. "One
A survey of the world's foods fields. I will divebomb the trespasserin i! Garden. Birds of North America. lusty sage grouse was observed
reveals that one man's epicurean : The infamous Russian winter midair, then tumble to the I mating with 21 different femalesIn
delicacy Is often another man's | doesn't faze hardy Muscovites. ground In a flurry of beaks, I Male Offers FoodIn the course of a single morning"
stomachache. Street-vendors sell as many Ice. legs, and fluttering wings until a chapter on courtship and Mr. McClung writes.
I cream sticks in winter as sum. the rival robin calls it quits and nesting behavior, Robert M. Me- -
Eskimos like to eat the palmsof I mer. flies Clung writes: "Among most
polar bears, the National Geographic away. songbirds the male takes the
I Strangest of all, Dr. Hammond But another kind of bird with I
says. Chinese relish Initiative. He sing to the fe
watched hundreds of men and may
dissimilar
j for its
sharks' fins. Africans delight in women splashing around in an requirements : male, then spread his tail and B E S .
life share robin's terri
may a
crocodile tails. I outdoor pool in the midst of a : tory without fuss. show off his fine breeding plum. I R APi
any
I II He offer her a bit of tAp
blizzard. age.
The pool was heated, I may
Fat black caterpillars are a I After much trumpeting and j
food or drop a twig before her,
and the swimmers
hardly noticed
gustatory treat in the Congo. fighting, cock robins, like all
Australian aborigines nibble the subzero temperature. i male songbirds, finally establish I presumably" a symbol of the I
nest.
ants like peanuts after pinching 1- I borders that are respected. Then
I I
I Once a female accepts the attentions -
off the heads. A tribe in south. Robin SingsTo the femade arrives.
I I of a posturing male, Prompt Service
ern Nigeria dines on porcupines, II, Attracted by the songs, female
rats, and palm weevils.In |' Stake His birds wander through various I waterfowl the two become and birds mates.of Some prey I I II The Flagler TribunePhone
territories. Eventually they accept I
the Arabian desert, Bedouin I Own I II mates and build their nests.I I I mate for life, but most birds 437.3282
eat fried locusts. Locust-control Territory - - - -- --. -.- -, -.-. -- --- -- -- --------
I Other Birds 'have many waysof ""' ''" .-.-'''.'',.''''' ''''_''''''.'''''.''.''. .-.. ..-.''.'''.. .-..''''''.''' ... ... ..W'ii"'
officers must pay the local residents That hymn to spring-the I saying "I love you." The male
I' FOR ALI HOURS-DAY OR NIGHT
for the of
privilege poisoning robin's ,
sweet
song-Is really a I penquln takes hours long strolls
the delicious grasshopper before belligerent call to battle. along the beach with his mating
it flies off to damage cropsin As flocks of robins migrate I prospect Finally he offers a I I AMBULANCES .
other lands.A north to nest, males lead the stone. If the female takes it in I I PHONE VAlley|, 4 1625

village in India may be way to stake out their territory.The her bill, the match is on. SERVICE'
ST AUGUSTINE. FLORIDA
I
overjoyed at the arrival of a area may range from a few Courtship to a male prairie
flight of ants, which are quickly square yards to several acres. chicken means dancing and Never be besttunt about calling a Garda Ambulance. We
popped Into the pot. Yet the When cock robin sings, he strutting before the female, are always at your Mrrlce with promptness., safety and
same Indians might 'become says, in effect, "This is my home. while grouse hiss and make a
physically sick if they 'had to i Stay out!" loud drumming beat with their I experience.

eat an egg or piece of chicken. A robin often proclaims the wings. Mergansers chase their | Equipped With Oxygen Resusitator>> and Inhalator
boundary of its nesting territory mates underwater. ,Bobolinks I
Dogs Relished from the same branch, rock, or and meadowlarks sing and display Garcia Funeral HomeP.
The Polynesians long considered I post-year; after year. An aggres on the wing, sometimes
rats a delicacy and the Aztecs 'save bird will trumpet his claim spiraling upward while releasing I E. GARCIA, Licensed Funeral Director
fattened small dogs for all day long-from several dif a medley of song. LADT ASSISTANT
their banquets. The French es ferent vantage points, the Na- Most songbirds, however, do

teems frogs' legs and snails.A Ie -..

little decay improves flavor,
many people find. Just as Euro
peans like their cheese aged,
natives of Brunei on the islandof I
Borneo prefer their! eggs rot
ten. Australian aborigines like
their meat putrescent, and some
north Europeans want their Wise Shoppers
fowl "hung until high."

Many Chinese, Japanese, and

southeast Hindus refuse Asians to eat abhor beef milk., be : Turn to the

cause cows are holy. Mongolsand
Guiana Indians dislike fowl.
Chinese and Kaffirs in southern
Africa are repelled by rabbit. FLAGLER TRIBUNE

Many Europeans like jellied eel, .
but Americans generally find it
too "snakelike." Some British
fishermen refuse to touch mack
Want Ads
erel, which is believed to feed
on the corpses of seaman.

Gourmet stores now offer many
strange delicacies to excite the
Jaded palate. Portugal contributes First!
cuttlefish In their own ink
and octopus on skewers. Florida
offers rattlesnake pate. Mexico .1J 1Jy
exports agave worms. Japan offers -
broiled sparrows and spiced y t
lava worms.

Chocolate-Coated Caterpillars --
1\
For those able to
overcome
Wise Sellers Turn To Our
their repugnance, the taste of
many of these foods Is often Classified Ads, Tool
good. Fried grasshoppers are
said to taste like oily nuts. Wise people who have something to
Chocolate covered caterpillars
resemble candy-coated gum. sell know that when wise people want

drops. Salted whale skin substitutes to buy, they check our Classified Ads
nicely for potato chips. No matter what it is you want to buy a 1908
Some food experts believe man first-so wise sellers just naturally turn
should broaden his tastes. Hip auto or a 1962 automatic appliance you'll probably
become to The Flagler Tribune and place their
popotamuses have a find it faster if you check our Classified Ads first.
plague In parts of Africa, and "For Sale" ads here Besides, our Classi
make good eating. In 1966 a And, what's more, items sold through the Classified Ads
store in Washington, D. C., was fied Ads cost so very little for such very
selling hippopotamus steak for nearly always mean bigger savings. The easy wy to
fast results!
$3.39 'a pound. shop ? You bet as easy as sitting in your armchair and
Most food tastes are acquiredin
childhood. A child brought up talking on the telephone. Be wise shop our Classified

on seal blubber or termites will
Ads this
very day!
likely relish them the rest of his
.
life.Animals
also have strong food

Vilhjalmur preferences. Stcfansson The Arctic reportedthat explorer IJl For Fast ResultsREADandUSE

his party once tried to s
break a dog team of Its preju The Flagler Tribune
dice against wolf meat. Getting

hungrier day by day, the dogs 's HE WANT ADS I
reluctantly began to eat It In ,

order of their age, the youngest TO PLACE ADS, PHONE 447-3282
being the first to give in. The i
I oldest dog went without food for
two weeks rather than eat wolf
and might have starved to deathif
the experiment had not been
discontinued.




a



=

Thursday March 31, 1966 THE G TRIBUNE BUNNELL, FLORIDA I
_- __-. _-u-_. .---. ---- PAGE FIVE
-- -

FLA. GRADE "A" (Whole)

FRYERS WIN 20,000 I ;E

.s i
.. TOP VALUE STAMPS

Lb "
NO OBLIGATION-NOTHING TO BUY
31 'f U. S. D. A. CHOICE (Standing)

# Limit (2)) Please RIB ROAST Lb. 98 Saver


Family Pkg., 5 lb. Bag Cut-up 1.89 CHUCK STEAK Lb. 65 Couponu.


S. D. A. CHOICE .out and have the
ROUND STEAK Lb. 991Cut. stamp coupon and
:
((8) in 10 week period.
P o t R oas t Ib S 58 800 Free Stamps

RIB STEAK Lb. 99at end of 10 week period
FRESH 100% PURE (Homemade) be eligible for 20,000
Stamp Drawing April 30,
PAN SAUSAGE 69' 1966.
CUBE STEAK Lb. 89 COUPON No. 6

CAPITAL Coupon void after 4-4-66

I SMOKED SAUSAGE Lb. 49 FAMILY STEAK Lb. 79' -

50 FREE
WORLD'S BEST LEAN MEATY, TOP VALUE STAMPS

GROUND BEEF 3 1 f" SPARE RIBS Lb. 65 With((1) BROOM purchase MOP or of

MAXWELL HOUSE (All Grinds) Coupon void after 4-4-66
.......
STARKIST y CAN on
(Light Chunk)

COFFEE Tin Lb. 47 TUNA 2 Cans 78e J TOP 50 VALUE FREE STAMPS

KRAFT 18 With purchase of
Limit ((1) with $5.00 or more food order Oz. .
((2)) PAN READY
APPLE JELLY 3 Jars I00 CUT-UP FRYERS
Coupon void after 4-4-66
SHURFRESH (8 Oz. Canned) Sweet Milk or Buttermilk ,
KRAFT 18 Oz.GRAPE @.ID riacv{!

For JAMS Jars 100 50 FREE
BISCUITS 4Limit 25 TOP VALUE STAMPS
With
MONOGRAM (Long Grain) purchase of
9 (4)) Please $1.50 Worth LIGHT
RICE I 3 Bag Lb. 39C BULBS
[Coupon.vaict after 4-4-66,
KRAFT 3 Oz. Pkg. (Asst. Flavors)
50 FREE
Qt. ELL 0 Pkg.
MAYONNAISE 39 tOe TOP VALUE STAMPS
Jar With purchase of
EVERFRESH (Twin Pkg.) $2 Worth of COSMETIC
Limit ((1)) with $5.00 or more food order DENTAL
or SUPPLIES
iii POTATO CHIPS Ea. 49* Coupon void after 4-4-661|

OSAGE ((2y2 Can) FREESTONE STOKELY'S 14 Oz. Btls. 50 FREEPEACHES

Cans CATSUP 3 B"" 65e TOP VALUE STAMPS
$100
4
With purchase of
HUNT'S 21/a CanAPRICOTS / GAL. ICE
Limit (4)) with $5.00 or more food order Can MILK
29C Coupon void after 4-4-661
-Jii'wuw HTwfiirw
i"ir"n-winn-TrT fif
BAKERY PRODUCE 50 FREE
WALDORF'S (Asst. Colors)

GOLDEN YELLOWBANANAS TISSUE 4 Rolls 37C TOP VALUE STAMPS
EVERFRESH (Reg.) With purchase of
5 Lt fOe ((3) Cans Red or Yellow!
BREAD Loaves SSe 6 Oz. JARCOFFEE HAWAIIAN PUNCH
YELLOW Ea. (46 oz. Cans)
EVERFRESH ((20 Oz.) BAG MATE 4::I)e Coupon void after 4-4-66 I
ONIONS 3 Lb. 25c 3igjBKIflff!<8 BREAD Loaves 8ge nag
FROZEN FOODS 50 FREE
EVERFRESH ((8 Ct. Pkg.) DAIRY TOP VALUE STAMPS''
WINTER GARDEN. 10 Oz. With purchase of
(Hot Dog or Hamburger) MEADOWBROOK
3 BOXES NEW 409 CLEANER
BUNS 2 for 39e MILK &: 2i I; 49C STRAWBERRIES 95c Coupon u_..w.iHj void aj&gHjKfodxppQxitgrcflsBa after 4-4-66|I



WE GIVE Quantity Reserved Rights
***
TOP PRICES GOOD
Thurs., Fri., Sat.
VALUE and Monday
Mar. 31, April 1, 2
STAMPS and 4th
SUPER MARKET Tel. 437-3201

103 SOUTH RAILROAD ST.



w
-



"


11

PAGE SIX THE FLAGLER TRIBUNE, BUNNELL FLORIDA Thursday. Ma h31. 1966
--- ------ -
------- ----
I

.bwU'Q 0 .s .0.
II: 4 = .. ".. .
CQ III *
t.IJZ: 0 III < ::c ...
: aa
Q
:
8 W 8 i aro .e 4a: < : 1. : Hx
:. o ox :s :s J1 r-- 11. C vicc
:: N 0... .0 < w
.-I- E' co ao oJ w
M en z zw
S
__ ...
.... I&l 0 -
0 .G.
,
... ,w.. '" .y. t CJ:( I. .y. :
._ Z: : w _..... 4 .... tit .a. H! .... .p 4

< ;Z;: ell ...... d :g Q ,.. h._: .g. t
-
,.j Z ,.j! cw:>> .. -o 0 OJ __ z .1 0!

.!.!- 0 = II) .. r l
CI:
'"
< s 's wa
S :3 .. .'] O
-E
=
O
LL.




r


,

'

w i t 'i :

a l
J e '1a








a d x <..:>-

a a 3 -

1 4cr <..:>-

? a- C\l OJ' U
< :) wc.aca

z:: N :r: I-.a
..I
wHw U c.n
w : ;S
z daVza ::sJ

-


a I
LL.
www
$41.4z
\ ; CD
w0'Qa

In O = ..
w
W 00I ,
. I&. :-'

I I 1t. 1 1I

I I ( I ) i..

[ 5 G
f- = <
fI' ." !Ncsc :! :! 0'en G

A
.. ;
;J
= : '

% -. I 11 j

gQ .
a, '' ca z 4 -
o a I.' 5 !:! :! QOLI
a C i I'c: '" 0".J "
= J wob

1-

1 ad o .
J )a ffi
.f' d UI
,9 < ..; _
\ I! "
\ ::::Iof- h0 -...
l i+si &-
:x
j jc
== '"

IL .-, -



-- -- -
J

f


i

March 31, 1966' THE FLAGLEB TRIBUNE. BUNNELL. FLORIDA PAGE SEVEN
.
-' -
-- -
'-


<<= Lb lit r-v-vv

cv:>> aN

:1! FR't1

.Q be ..
4 % .

:t MU Cti ( $: ';" CJ V2 b.V2 g q aN o

C. NT (1 8 g tt:

;;; ?::5 :< [ = &
:: E-c :a
W) o. 2 =-
!

.r.E-c.....,, .... i 6j "

:\::; .....;J = I I > 0 ?0;

:: II ,::. ...... :j
..... en t: ..
,.- .. -- Z ia ('II
< Z : Fi
C)
A -=
-= z :;

0 = ..... .011r. V2 > dO
.,.... ...... &a'" 00 u + w V1v
:J =- ; ') 19

w W 148-5t'JUd.!! .. af t g W
U V'' q.C W z oq
(8 RF d
::> I- w fib w N R3 g &3
<( I- I I 6 "
W
V') U
/ I
-
--I

I-o Q! 20 Q m 0 VQ .

Q- = I .. .. t:
V'i 2 V') Lu O! dO. aNW

0 = u U tI. d Jaa F
ZO 4 Ja -=
1-0 = >-
#IV U d I-u QM md >-Q... QO QzQa -Z-w gJ o
.... 0. : N 0 call:
>-M mz Za Z NN a: WQ F Z NZ "Q 1-0
Q H : ;;; IIIIt" i wit d:
-' 0 W: w in = ii ::! t
in :
fh C w W _: u 14.1-5 xw e
O i O 0 C J z: ..L. m N :S a & = 8 !3
2 '11" 0(
:
w I- :r: :r: 1L6.c
z :': 1W8: : :
>-U- _') _:- _:-> __ _-I- w j.... ..J CD MIIIIIIIIIlIIlIIlIIlIIllilllillUWllllllllllllllllllllllllll > ?


llllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllm "111I11I11I11I1111I1111111I111111111I11I111I111111111111111 11111111111I1111111111I11111I1I111II11II1111IIIIll1111ll1l 1mlllllillllllllllllllll'111l1ll111111li1ll11ll1ll1ll1l11i' =000 .
".. .. "Q 'U... -a.. "Q 'U... '- 0
"Q 'U.
C en cr: cr:. CI) cr::: ) t;

L IIIIt" M co C":)JI' 11.I-


.... .
... N
..' ...01. I INa Ia N N
0 bo
c _:::::: 0 b 0 b o
b ZU :iSd -D4 N NOr NQ..

........ Qsy.N. x :
c I'-Q. w
en
a z
-- t a $,3
= en ......

4 en z c: = ..... aLLI

:is LLI is = ...... :::>>

:j z .. en LL.I =
I :; : .. GGU UGUen

cn c cc = == a 0- fI0' 11\\

: :: c.) = iiE _... r-- fit N Q
t = ,
..... :
__ ...... .. ""rI.alJ \ '
.
en. ... Z C 0 .. ,IP,-, N ( .
Q. ; .l2"
.... IIiiBfm ... tJ j :) .. 0 ; ..J bD I ,'.,J N.. .
Z ..
: ...... > z 0IIIfIIJ ::c en z ] 'oJ. ILl
O ...... yW '" -. H LI.I en ..... -.J 8.... caU 0 N Npq9E .i: Q + N>
< =>> t: z. z .. 'r._
<
___ 0"'" I < .. 0 N Q..O <
...... W''O: tIJ..... :J .. ... < tIJ : oo So
.. ._._ = _... :;is .... .!.!11--JL-.. .!.f) .. > 1 Q< : 'Q5 ,. CI1"'UC CD< ."
VJ: at
).. "Q "'C.1.. -ca. :s N :J
en rLr.) en .. >
".. 'U... "'U..
en en en a lctblc1IuI1N r -A N &off. Q o 3fir
....II "" .... "" ..... .. en .r.,1'0 \ W .. w .w. .w.
< .
/ .. = .<. "" ::c. ,' ::c ::c ::ci
0 0 ..... :
bD" '\ u ..", en vm
I i O a ox ou c c ..J N o W a U '.1}' a a rl'is \ a A.a
I < H LL w w
: z U E
N 1"4 CQ 9 g cx: _:
:9:9
..J : : :J ; A1 I .L1
"' ....fI/I L&.J< Sj 0 is....... -< ...... > > 0 >
IZD !IIIIIIIIIII I...... :!f) .-aA = w wV :w ..... :tIJ ......
== _...a
tJ':) o en cc :
ou

== =-: ._#. ft en ........ t ;.' cI c.n j-u.
c.z: .,rI1 ;
...... I- 0 .... w "Q. ..J .
<
= tJ .
... .
v)1'IN
xII-u. tJ'J- <
w= __ en C :: CC H ..... o xW
u=I """ = -II- = 1j-l O. t::
LI.I ...... W wwV
d'w w.Jw neJ p. .r/)
.. .. N
.
Q
.I.... ..J ..... L& x a.. x 04 4awV VJOczx z
I- :':: = 9--9- ) "' ca.. Z j coI

:: =:j CJC < < C) ...... cc 0 (.:jO'

-I = A. I- I- a.. =- U') ::: 3 IIIIt
U
I ; : : ;Q.-.


I



rThursday
?-



...
- ..





PAGE EIGHT THE FLAGLER TRIBUNE, BUNNELL, FLORIDA Thursday, March 31, 1966
.
-------
-- --- -- ---- -- ----- ---- ------- --- -- = =>
--- -
---- -


,' PARKER-BROOKS'''": ,jw ',','''' '! : : .1.111 Streak O'Lean
'. ,. ". ..
\ ,.. L..1 f'l, ,, .'>
"' '''
"
/1. ; ... ,..\ ii. I WHITE BACON
." .. .. ., ., .. ,'}, 1'1' !

rN' '"t' 7 ';, Merchants Ib.

t, 53 cLean
,
''
,to' "1... ... I'
-), t"F F
i Western FIRST CUT
\.1 { \ )4. I.
-., 14i :'
:t, : : ". PORK CHOPSlb.
.L; :
",: .. .
,. + : (' "4 59*
f :t ':' ". ,
((1 ""' ;:' .I'4 .t., .
.
.Moo .. -
.
:;
r. 'il U. S. D. A. Choice "BUTTERFLIED" TOP
\, .,, : .
'...' ...,. ;:. .. \ ."J... .", '
". iki1\. ,if.',1 ROUND STEAK Ib. 98

':',' { v.':" ,; 4 :i
i
,
.- .."'.!If", ".:."- .tl.T'"'"
.
.. \ ,..
1 \) } i'" ...j U. S. D. A. Choice '
4' :-(; : .
:
'' 1' BONED OR ROLLED
; ; IL
.t/.r ? ROAST
k'" .
t '( 'v ": BOTTOM ROUND OR RUMP ID. 89

.,. j":\.: ( -.

.:{..' t I
.
f J CHOICE JUICY Lean Western C. C. PORK
\
.. "f' :, -> "
... : : ; "
.w., ; '" _", \ :i; :' '. CUBE STEAK LOIN .
!vQ .. H ROAST

r/-/, ;: ,: 1

".. :", ))4 Ib.
}": ; ,,.' .. "'1 :1c-4w 6ge
-.t / \' -. .. ,'.!
C
', >.II t _
1 Ii ; t. f
.. : Valleydale SMOKED (6-8 lb. Avg.) SLICED FREE
,, ., ,. ,

f j. '). .: :. ; r: PICNICS <
l lb.
; . ... ,
-, '- '.... ....... .
MRS. MICHAEL N. PARKERMiss
Carol Ann Brooks and Michael N. Parker were married Value 303 Can
Tuesday evening, March 22 at 8 o'clock in St. Paul's Methodist TOMATOES for $4TOO Maxwell HouseCOFFEE
Church at Tucson, Arizona. The ceremony was performed by Rev. 8 .
Comer M. Alden Jr.
The bride is the daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Robert John Brooks, Our Value 300 Can
Tucson, Arizona. Mr. and Mrs. Marvin H. Parker of Bunnell are CORNED for $ 3ge
parents of the bridegroom.The BEEF HASH 3 TinLimit

bride's sister, Miss Patsy Brooks of Tucson, was maid of 1 with $5.00 or more food order
honor. Gary Lucas of Mountain View, Cal., was best man. Tony Pure Gold 24 oz. Bottle
Parker, the bridegroom's brother, of Bunnell, was one of the
1
ushers. A reception followed the ceremony at the Tucson Country SYRUP Ea. 1ge Old Milwaukee (Plus Deposit) ,

Club. BEER ((12." Bottle
After a wedding trip the couple will return to college at Stan. 6-Pak Carton) 7ge
ford University, Cal.! where both are students. HERSHEY'SSUGAR
DAIRY SPECIAL _
Mrs. Durrance Bratcher-Farmer
Honored With A Wedding VowsExchanged Sunnyland 1 lb. Solids

Birthday PartyMrs. S Bag 3ge OLEO 2"". 37*

Rosa Durrance, a pioneer Of cordial Interest to her Limit 1 with $5.00 or more food order
resident of Flagler County, was many friends here is the an. FROZEN FOODS _
honored guest at a birthday nouncement of the marriage of
anniversary party Sunday at Mrs. Gertrude Bratcher of Bun Big Dip 1/2 Gal.
the home of her daughter, Mrs. nell to Mr. John Joseph Farm. FRESH PRODUCE -
Each
Pearl Woods. Mrs. Durrance was er of Twinsburg, Ohio. ICE MILK 49e
83 years of age on March 20. The wedding vows were exchanged Fresh Florida4VACADOS
A birthday dinner on the in a quiet ceremony at For
grounds was served at the I seven thirty in the evening of Z 49C
Woods home and all nine of her March 19 at the home of her AJAX DETERGENT
children were present. Also present son, Jimmy Bratcher In Daytona All Purpose
were grandchildren and Beach. Members of her family GIANT
great grandchildren. Happy were present. Rev. Paul Johnson APPLES 4 ft 390 SIZE 6ge<
birthday and Mother was sungto officiated in the ceremony.Mr. .
her while she opened her Farmer is employed: by the Fresh No. 1 Yellow (NO LIMIT)

gifts. Chrysler Corporation and plansto SQUASH Lb. 19cM.
Her children present were retire in May after tweny
Mrs. Bessie Brooks, Ft. Myers; years with the company. The
Mrs. James Dawson, and Mrs. couple plan to make their home
Elsie Moran of East Palatka; here and in Twinsburg. They are [
Guy Durrance, New Smyrna; honeymooning at points of interest 50 .cwr b 100 W 50 I&t
Mrs. Pearl Woods, Mrs. Frances in Florida.
Yelvington, George Durrance,
Everett Durrance, Hiram Our- (Continued on Page 9) ; 'with coupon & purchase with coupon & purchase with coupon & purchaseof

of (1) Roll $2.00 or more from of (2) 12 oz. Jars JIF

\ KODAK FILM HAIR CARE RACK PEANUT BUTTER

Easter Flowers t Coupon Void After Coupon Void After Coupon void after

Monday, April 4, 1966 ,Monday, April 4, 1966 ._ Monday, April 4, 1966 _...
-------- ------
RESERVE YOURS NOW

FRESH CUT
ROSES
I GLADS
MUMS
AND MANY OTHERS

Variety of Potted Flowering Plants

ALSO III

Wreaths and Potted Artificial PlantsBLACK'S


FLOWER SHOPN. Phone 437-3227
OPEN SUNDAYS OS. No.1 BUNNELL
BUNNELL 8:00 a.m.-1:00 p.m.
Forsyth Street :-:
Quantity Rights Reserved Prices Good March 31, April 1, 2, 3 and 4, 1966





.- ..- ... .
-- -'-'-- >--



I


March 31, 1966 THE FLAGLER TRIBUNE. BUNNELL, FLORIDA PAGE NINE

--- -
Mr. and Mrs. Harry Atkinsonand When "Impossible"Happens help of the ionosphere, an atmospheric
4c4 Mr. and Mrs. Cliff Sheffield layer that reflects the
were in Atlanta, Ga., during the waves so that they bounce from I BOOKKEEPING
past weekend attending the Science sky to ground around our planet.
(Continued From Page 8) races. Science does not lose when its II SERVICETYPING
cherished beliefs prove illusory;
Mr. and Mrs. Carlton Johnston Rewrites Its TextsThe I
disproved old ideas are replaced
had as their guests last weekendMr. Vistiting during the weekendwere I
by sounder But
new ones. prog .
and Mrs. B. A. Hendrix of Mr. and Mrs. David Shieldsof "impossible" is always ress offers shocks. "Heaven, INCOME TAX
Statesboro, Ga., and Mr. and Mrs. Cocoa. Mr. Shields flew up to happening in science, and text. knows," moaned philosopher Alfred NOTARY PUBLIC
G. H. Remly of Savannah, Ga., Atlanta on a business mission books must be rewritten.For Whitehead, "what seeming.
Mrs. Hendrix, Mrs. Remly and and Nancy visited here with her years astronomy students nonsense may not tomorrow be I Bea Walters
Mrs. Johnston are sisters. parents, the L. L. Brannams. were taught that Mercury al. demonstrated truth." 707 Lambert Ave
ways keeps the same side fac
Phone 437.3854'WANT
ranee, all of Bunnell. Recent guests of Mrs. Walter ing the sun, the National Geo
Other out of town guests In. Knight and family included Mr. graphic Society says. Half the
cluded James Dawson, East Pa- and Mrs. R. B. McCord of Clark. planet was supposedly hot By Alma Warren '
I Asst. I
latka; Pinky Feight of Ft. ton, Mo., and their daughter, enough to melt lead; the other Extension EditorIf
Myers; Mrs. Guy Durrance and Mrs. Evelyn Reeves of Russel. half was frozen nearly absolutezero. you are planning to build, ADSListings
But 1965 observations anda refurnish, or remodel your home,
sons of New Smyrna Beach, and ville, Alabama.
Mr. and Mrs. Roy Likins of Daytona ::1 careful recheck of old records some of the new developments
under
Mrs. Elite Shaw of Palatka showed that Mercury rotates independently 1 in housing may interest you. this heading are
Beach. Mrs. Likins is her 3 cents a word, each insertion.
granddaughter.VISITS visited here Wednesday with exposing all sidesto I Housing specialists with the 75 cents Is the minimum charge
her parents, Mr. and Mrs. J. D. the sun.Chemistry. Florida Agricultural Extension
FOR RENT House
North
Barber. Mrs. Shaw has been ill texts used to say Service call attention to some of on
CITRUS TOWER Railroad St. Inquire from Mrs.C. .
for sometime and this was her that noble gases like helium, the new products and materialson .
Mrs. Elfie Goodwin, Viola first visit here for the past several neon, krypton, and xenon do the market. I A. Riddell, phone 4373321.

Bateson, Mrs. Mary Ditson, Mrs. months.Mr. not combine with other elements.In For ceilings there are acoustical 3-31-ltc
Sara Dickinson, and Donald 1962, chemists who didn't accept panels in a wide range of de. WANTED-Office in downtown
Cone visited the observation and Mrs. Sanley Novak the tenet succeeded in mak signs and 'textures. There are Bunnell for 30 days prior to May
decks of the Citrus Tower in the I I left Tuesday for Tallahassee to ing xenon combine I with fluo better designed translucent pan. 3rd, 1966. Also want to rent small
beautiful highlands of Central I attend a reception 'at the man rine. els concealing lighting units.A apartment and employ full-time
Florida at Clermont Sunday.The \ sion given by Gov. and Mrs. Chimps Make Tools bathtub with textured sur secretary for same period. Reply
view includes the largest '. Haydon Burns. Zoologists once believed that face to give a firm footing will I to H. Taylor, Jr., 729 North 4th
concentration of citrus in the man was the only animal that promote safety in 'the bathroom. Street, Fort. Pierce, Florida.
world, 17 million trees and hun I Mr. and Mrs. Stan Rhae of makes tools; anthropologists ac Windows similar to the dou I March 31 Itc
dreds of lakes are within the Cincinnati, Ohio, visited here cepted tool-making as a criterionfor ble-hung type may be rotatedfor I
2,000 square mile area seen from. with Mr. and Mrs. George Moody, distinguishing true human easier cleaning of the out. SINGER sewing machines. New,
the top of the tower. Jr., Monday. They were enrouteto beings from manlike creatures.But side of the glass. I used, repairs. Call Bob French,
Key West where they will British zoologist Jane van Asphalt shingles with an ad. 253-4541. 3-31-1tc
Mrs. Raymond Smith and son, honeymoon for two weeks. Lawlck-Goodall found that chimpanzees hesive edge which the sun helps WANTED-Acreage and lot list-
Sam, were in Bartow during the I fish for termites with a to set so the shingles become I.Ings in Flagler County. Key
past weekend, the guests of Mr. Mr. and Mrs. Marvin Parker I crude tool that they make by wind and water tight offer the Realty Associates, Inc., Charles
and Mrs. Jim Wilson and family.On and, Tony, have returned from I stripping a1 twig. homeowner added protection I(Trad, associate, 69 W. Granada
Saturday Mrs. Smith's grand. Tucson, Arizona, where they Two decades ago every chemist from the elements. Ave., Ormond Beach, Florida.
son, Jimmy Wilson, celebratedhis spent a week. They were there was firmly convinced that New designs In doors come in March 24, 8tp.
seventh birthday annivers for the wedding of their son the earth contains 92 elementsand wood veneer for folding doors.
ary. Michael to Carol Ann Brooks. no more. A 1942 text stat and partitions and pre.finished HOUSE FOR SALE-CBS con-
ed in addition: "For the chemistof metal skin over a core of honey struction, 3 bedrooms, 2 baths,
Camping at Juniper Springs I A note this week from Boze 1942 there are no more un comb-type fiber that deadens large Florida room, 2-car carport -
Thursday through Sunday included Kitchens says he is making slow known elements in existence, not "ound. I six (6) lots, 2 air conditioners
Mr. and Mrs. L. L. Bran. I progress in his recovery but the only on the earth, but also in For ,Interior wall finishes. corner of Palmetto and
nam, Mr. and Mrs. George doctors in Gainesville told him the entire universe." By 1966, there's wallboard with finishes' Lambert. Phone 437.3215 after

Moody Jr., Mr. and Mrs. P. A. I| to expect that. however, chemists had discovered resembling fabric or wood, as i.4 p. m. Jan. 20 tf
Edmonson, Mr. and Mrs. Zack I j He also said he enjoys reading more than a dozen elements well as transparent vinyl as a FILL DIRT-Call Martin Harding
Holland and Zachery, Miss Celia I The Tribune news of his I i exceeding 92, and they expect to protective film for real fabrics for fill dirt, top soil and shell.
Lord. Those joining them at different friends and ,former students. He find still more. and as wall coverings. Mosaic Phone 4373669. Jan. 13-TFC
times were James Alan also enjoys the letters and cards. In 18th.century France, farm. tile comes in the form of wall. I
Brannam, Susan Brannam,I "Mjiil helps so much when you ers who brought occasional me. paper. FOR SALE LEASE, OR BENT-
Levi Brannam Jr., Gary Watson are shut in." teorites to the French Academywere Synthetic flooring materials 2-bedroom Florida room, and
and Ray Newell. Also Mrs. Nan. His address is 417 W. Duval dismissed as cranks. When resemble the color and textureof carport beach house unfurnished.
cy Shields of Cocoa. I Street, Live Oak, Florida. 32060. two Connecticut scholars report. natural flagstone and cobble. Hurricane fence encloses .
ed a fall of stones from the sky stone. A wood.grained pattern back yard. Call 4373472. 2.10-tfCOX's
in this country, even Thomas comes in plank like strips. Thereare
Jefferson, who was distinguishedin laminated oak blocks In pre. UPHOLSTERY, Bunnell,
science as well as statecraft, finished 9-inch squares; cork Fla Hwy. 11, will pick up and
TO MY FELLOW CITIZENS OF deliver all furniture
free. For
said skeptically that he would flooring with a transparent vinyl
rather believe professors would surface sample material and prices on
; mosaic tiles set in rub.
FLAGLER COUNTY lie than that stones would fall ber or vinyl squares, easy to labor call 4373673. 7-1-tf

from heaven. clean; liquid flooring which SEPTIC TANK: cleaning; drain
I am again placing my name before you to serve as When flying machine expert dries in a way to witstand traffic fields installed; snail shell. Reasonable
ments attracted the public fancy and has no( seams or cracks.In prices. Call George Ja-
County Commissioner from District 2 for
your about 1900, some scientists triedto electronic gadgetry the de. roz, ID 7.3410 8-1-tf
another term. I want to thank you for your confidence put an end to the nonsense. signers have come up with auto.
Astronomer Simon Newcomb matic controls to turn lights on I
in me for many years. Hoping I still merit said: The demonstration that no at dusk and off In the morning; JOHNSTON'SFLAGLER

that confidence and support I remain, possible combination of sub to sound an alarm when the BEACH REALTY CO.
stances, known forms of machinery light beam Is interrupted and to LOTS, HOMES, OCEAN FRONT,
I and known forms of force record telephone messages; WATER FRONT, FARMS,
Respectfully, can be united in a practicable closed circuit television to mon ACREAGE
I machine by which men shall fly itor the nursery; and thermostatsthat lee v* for your real estate needs
GEORGE E. WICKLINE long distances through the air, not only activate heatingor Office Phone HE 9.2242
seems to the writer as, complete air conditioning but that Residence Phones ID 7.3691
(Pd. Political Adv.) I as it Is possible for the demonstration sound a fire alarm when thereis or ID 7-3517
EvwWWJVWJWtfSWUV I of any physical fact to over.heating.

;:>:.>>I.XOOXXO>>>>MI .:.:.:.:.:.:.:.:.:.:.:.:.:.:.:.:.:.:.:.:.:.;:.;:.:.:.;:.::: be."
Newcomb's paper appeared at

I REFRIGERATION |: an unfortunate time. Less than BUDDY KNOX
::: HART two months after its publicationin

:i : 1903, the Wrights made his. YOUR ATLANTIC DEALER

ji ANDELECTRIC | tory's Edison most famous Scoffed flight.at TV Bunnell Atlantic Service Station

Another flying machine skep
Day Phone 437-3652
:j SERVICE .tic was Thomas Edison. Before U. S. Highway 1 (nor)\
his death in 1931, he also was Night Ph. 437.3944

\ I advising friends to stay away REPAIR, REBUILD GENERATORS, STARTERSAND
:tj: Bunnell, Fla. Box 253.A, Rl :ftI : from another Invention that he CARBURETORS
Phone 437-3698 :#: felt would probably never be re
:
: 8 alizedtelevision.Atom 24 Hour Heavy Duty Wrecker Service

&zXttyx .
the theory that matter could -
neither be created nor destroyed.Lord .
Rutherford, a famed atomic
FUNERAL HOMEA. scientist, often ridiculed the 24 HourWrecker
"sensation mongers" who main. Service
H. CRAIG Funeral Director I II I tained matter might be convert.

JOHN CAPO, Manager ed to energy some day.

AIR OXYGEN i In the early 20th century, Flagler Truck & Tractor Co
LADY physicists knew it was impossible
CONDITIONEDCHAPEL: I I EQUIPPED ..1 to send radio messaged across MASSEY.FERGUSON
ATTENDANT AMBULANCES the Atlantic, because radio waves Grove. Farm Industrial Equipment
travel in a straight line and
Phone ID 7-3532 can't curve around the earth to VIRGIL DECKER Phone ID 7-3242
I
reach a distant destination. Mar. Owner Bunnell, Florida
201 E. MOODY BLVD. BUNNELL. FLORIDA I
coni did It anyway-with the




..IIThursday



-. --. -- -- ... ---- -
". ,- I ,

I
,

1




! : PAGE TEN ____ THE FLAGLER TRIBUNE, BUNNELL, FLORIDA Thursday; March 31, 1966 i

t -- ,
PEACE CORPSVOLUNTEERS j Niger Nigeria, Peru and Venez- ; Colorful Events For CARD OF THANKS I Subscribe to The Yiagln Tribune
[ countries have I
These re
uela. Words cannot adequately ex :S2.50 It TEAR
quested Volunteers for a wide Palm Sunday Week press our deep appreciation for! .
variety of assignments utilizing the many kind and sympatheticacts \

ARE. NEEDED every type of agricultural back. End In St. Augustine that came to us at the timeof INCOME TAXCONSULTANT
Sixteen developing nations ground. our recent bereavement. For

have requested Peace Corps agricultural I i Rural youth, farmers and :retired Fascinating demonstrations by the beautiful service, the floral Ed (Chubby) BielejeskiCall

Volunteers for summer I I farmers are especially I talented. artists and craftsmen offerings, memorial gifts, the 439.2483
assignments, Don Jordan said needed for these programs. Rural and a colorful ceremony stem comforting expressions of sym Saturday, 12 to 3
today. I young people with 4-H or FFA ] ming from ancient Europe are pathy, and many other kindnesses

Current requests for agricul i iI I' backgrounds are needed to help. I some of the activities scheduledfor we are deeply grateful.We .
tural Volunteers more than develop youth clubs, while Volunteers Palm Sunday weekend in this also want to thank everyone

I double those of past years. This Ii IiI I with practical farming nation's oldest city, as St. Aug. for their prayers, their HASTINGS MATTRESS
I increased demand reflects the I will work directly with farmers ustine hosts an Arts and Crafts words of comfort and cheer expressed
& UPHOLSTRY WORKS
critical food situation nn many I,in villages encouraging Improv. Festival and the annual Bless to him In so many beau.
; I=I ed taming methods. ing of the Fishing Fleet. tiful and 710-12 Lemon St.
areas of the world. For an example thoughtful ways dur
In India alone between I II I People interested in Peace ing his long illness. Such neigh. Palatka, Florida
Corps summer agricultural pro I Tht Arts and Crafts Festival, Phone EA9166
15 and 20 million-twice the borly thoughtfullness will always .
I grams may get more informa sponsored by the newly formedSt. I Fumltirx Upholstering
be
of New York City- I a cherished
population memory.
tion and 'an application from Augustine Arts and Crafts Repaired & Refinished
are threatened by famine this I The Family of Mattresses & Box Springs
Don Jodran, Agricultural Exten Council, will take place in the
Unless something Is done Made Order.Also Renovated
to
year. Walter E. Knight
t : sion Agent at the County Ex. Plaza, April 1.3, with some 120
and soon-experts predict the can Laura Morris 4373233
artists and craftsmen from the
I tension office located in the !
i next ten years will become the courthouse. state and. nation gathering I j Alter 6:00 P. M.
I "Decade of Famine." I PRICES REASONABLE
demonstrate their talents and to
I i BUDGET PLAN IF NEEDED.
Training programs for ten compete for over $2,000 In prizes. RENEW YOUR I Just as near a* your
countries in Latin America, four I Interesting demonstrations in ERIfEflIWISEWRING Phone or Post Office
in Africa and two in Asia get au g4i9.4'checl pottery, candlemaklng, sandal YOUR Drop Us A Card or Call
I
underway this summer. These Ne1JJ4 making, weaving and oil paint I BIRTH MONTH Free Pick-up & Delivery

programs Include Volunteers for ing are promised by exhibitorswho

Bolivia, Brazil, Chili, Colombia, PROGRAM HELD AT will be coming from as far I
the Dominican Republic, Ecuador BUNNELL HIGHA away as Ohio, Tennessee and ELECTJ.

El Salvador, Guinea, Honduras special Senior Career Day Alabama, and as close 'as St.

India, Morocco, Nepal, was held Tuesday, March 29, at Augustine and Jacksonville. D. "Dave" PERRYMAN
School. Hours for the Festival are 9 a. .
i Bunnell High Represen
col. m. till 5:30: p. m., Friday and
tatives from Colleges, junior
leges, technical schools and the Saturday, April 1 and 2, and 1. i Board of Public InstructionDISTRICT
discuss 5 p. m., Sunday, April 3.
armed forces were present to I
Chicken career opportunities, scho- A colorful boating procession I No. 1

I astlc programs, and admission on historic Matanzas Bay best
procedures.The describes the Palm Sunday Your vote and support will be Appreciated.

Blessing of the Fishing Fleet, a$
PantryDAILY representatives were John boaters from North Florida make (Pd. Political Adv.)
I Cannon, Mary Karl Vocational their yearly pilgrimmage to St.
School; Mr. Robbins, Daytona Augustine to participate in this
: Beach Jr. College; Dean Over- beautiful ceremony, which will

SPECIALS I turf, St. John's River Jr. College; take place on April 3. PHONEKelley's

I; Mr. Reid, Massey Business Bus. Sponsored by the St. Augus
iness College; Mr. Ketzel, Florida tine
Boating Club in cooperationwith
Monday: Chicken chow Mrs. FueFOil
I Technical College; Gregory
the Roman Catholic Dio
tnein with noodles and
Farve, Oglethorpe University;
cese of St. Augustine, the Bless
rice. Sgt. Wilcox Army; Rctr Blanton,
I ing of the Fishing Fleet is ''a custom CLEAN BURNING
Navy and S/Sgt. DIVasto, Ma. which dates back to ancient
Tuesday: Spare ribs and I rine Corps. Representatives ex European times. Today, in ports

'sauer kraut, mashed potatoes I pressed their appreciation for the along the Atlantic and Gulf I STAN DAR]
and great northern fine co-operation shown by the Coasts, boats are blessed, as in
beans.Wednesday .
students.The ancient
days, asking for God'sprotection
Bunnell Chapter of the
of both seamen and
: Creamedchicken National Beta Club was in their crafts. In St. Augustine,
biscuit charge of the program. Coffee
on the blessing ceremony, an annu
mashed potatoes, car and doughnuts were served by al event prior to World War II, PRODUCTS
rot and raisin salad. members of the Beta Club. was resumed seven years ago
Christy Green, Reporter. with the help of the Rt. Rev. DIESEL -:- KEROSENE

Thursday: Chicken and I Monsignor John P. Burns, pastorof I HOME DELIVERY COMMERCIAL ACCOUNTS

dumplings, peas and LETTER OF THANKS Cathedral Parish. Phone 437.7172 Bunnell, Florida
carrots, tossed salad. I For additional information
Please permit me to extend my i concerning the Arts and Crafts

! Friday: Shrimp salad cold I sincere appreciation to all my i Festival and the Blessing of the
plate. friends who extended sympathyand I Fishing Fleet, write: Chamber of
floral offerings during the I Commerce, 10 Castillo Drive, St. ANNOUNCINGI -
I recent illness and death of my Augustine, Florida 32084.
Chicken liverson
Saturday:
father. am a candidate for re-election as
toast, potatoes and Howard Taylor, Jr. :

salad. OFF COAST SURVEY COUNTY COMMISSIONER, DISTRICT 4

I Florida voters in 1924 approved
Sunday: Stuffed pork 6 to 1 a constitutional amend- BEGINS THIS WEEK I consider it an honor to represent the peopleof

chops, vegetable, salad. ment forever banning state In. Continued From Page 1 Flagler County. If re-elected, I will continue to
1963 and in
and inheritance taxes.11.11x11.11.11.11.. succeeding years
come I i
has progressed northward to the serve to the best of my ability.

..Inx......,..._...._......_..,...._...._...._.__._.u._.u.__.__._....._...._...._...._...._....... .. .'. I Daytona Beach area. In August, Your vote and will be appreciated
: !!! :.:.::.:.::.:.:: :: : -. support
!'tmif.f. jj: !ll! !!!!!!!!!!!!!! . .
111.III''I' r.t.iTjijl iTiT l,.''liTiTi TiTiiTiTi iTiTiiTiTiifilliiTillil ; another C&GS ship, the Peirce
J = z -f-fit will work southward from

Charleston, S. C. It may take Alfred R. Tucker .
SOMETHING TO THINK ABOUT !Ii$
it; over 10 years before the inter. (Pd. Political Adv.)
vening waters are surveyed.The .
!i 1' 1. I am announcing my candidacy for election !!1 charting vessel is com

iJ to the Board of Public Instruction, District 5, manded by Cdr. Harry D. Reed,
Flagler Beach. $'- Jr., of Waycross, Ga., and carriesa

=U 2. I sincerely believe that an education is one ;ifj officers normal and complement 50 crew. of Florida nine BROWN & BROWN INC.

cherished possessions, and that it is
of most
;: ; our communities with a special in.
t' becoming ever more necessary for the citizens of _:t I'
terest in the work include Pork I INSURANCEOUR
d.fi
: '- tomorrow. I Canaveral, Dayona Beach, St.
;
t h.increasing standards ::fi Augustine and Jacksonville.
;:.; 3. In order to meet
we must have proper guidance between and ;t_ In addition to the charting PHONE NUMBER IS

:t_ among faculty, administration and parents for !I Ifit I project, the Hydrographer will
t! co-operation and mutual respect are the key notes iH conduct oceanographic studies) 437-3394
off Daytona Beach and St. Augustine .
a f of success. Hif I I
I Inlet. At six locations in
f 4. I hope that with thqse general thoughts be- i the Gulf Stream, she will anchor
f fore you, you will give me your vote on May 3, ;f; I self-recording current meters to

t 1966, in the second primary, and remember that, ;J determine the velocity and di.
as before, my door will always be open to any ;t; rection of the current in an area AnnouncingMy

t parent for any reason whatsoever. ;t; where such measurements have
not previously been made. The Candidacy For Memberof

itf' ROY E. LIKINSCANDIDATE It; work a is broad being oceanographic performed as partof pro. the

rl gram to obtain and analyze re I
Board of Public InstructionDistrict
: lated information about the
0:. -
t;: BOARD OF PUBLIC INSTRUCTION #fi oceans for scientific purposes. No. 3

;ti DISTRICT 5 i1! Strangest of all the fishes in Your Vote and Support Will Be Appreciated

r the sea Is the mammoth ocean
HOWELL V. PEAVYPd.
;t (Pd. Political Adv.) ;f; sunfish, reaching weights up to
r '!!'!!'!!' net iII Political Adv.)
i ra1.11i.' luxlu.ll' x11' I 1.l!/ tlrjl1t11'lI1JIl'lI! !. a ton or more.
.11IOIr/ itit u.I,.,,iTiTiiTiTiiiiTi i1 11.1' iTiTiiTiTiiTiTiiTiTiiTiTill ixdll' iiTiTiiTiTi 1 Ti1iiTiT 1 1 11 ir.ra 1