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THURSDAY, APRIL 7, 1966 AR
VOLUME 54, NO. 14 BUNNELL, FLORIDA,
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Board Discusses FFA LAND JUDGING Eisenbach Named FLAGLER BEACHMETHODIST 1Rev.Q ftncfers Is
TEAM TO RECEIVE HOLY CallecPTo First
Mayor By CityCommissioners
Federal Grants At RECOGNITIONThe WEEK SERVICESThe
Week Services at the Baptist ChurchRev.
Monday MeetingThe Bunnell FFA Chapter
Judging Team sponsored by the C. B. Eisenbach was elected Flagler Beach Methodist Church Charles D. Anders arrived
Board of County Commissioners Flagler Soil and Water Conser Mayor Bunnell at the annua include Maundy Thursday Communion here today to begin! his dutiesas
ServlcV? at 7:30: p. m
District will be recognized of the First Baptist
agreed Monday to take vation reorganization meeting of the pastor
under advisement a community; and given certificates and s commission Monday night He Special music will be furnished Church of Bunnell. He Is comingto
the of the District by the Chancel Choir. Bunnell from the Immanuel
action program which allow check on program succeeds M. B. McDaniel who will be at
federal grants for antipoverty; Speaking Contest on April has served as Mayor the past Good Friday service Choir, Baptist Church, Chesapeake,
7:30 m. and the Chapel
p. Virginia. He and his family will
projects, R. A. Hamilton, pro
for the divisionof team recently participated year.Mr. will furnish special reside at the Pastorlum on Fig
gram consultant Eisenbach has served as Services will be held
too in the State Land Judging Easter street at the comer of Howe ave
economic opportunity, Mayor one term while he was a In the new Sanctuary, of the
Board Flagler County is one contest.Ocala. Team membersare the commission. He
the member of the Easter nue.Rev.
Church. At 6 a. m.
Smith ordained as
of the 10 In the state that has: Barry 'was off one term and was electAJast Service of all!
and Henry Bowers and fed
of College In
for which grants by Vocational Agriculture Huntington
Programs on the commission.Shelton Church with
Include kindergartens Advisor Reid Wentz. Indiana. He attended Southwestern *
may be Barbers.!also a past the pastor, Rev. Reynold Hoover Seminary in Ft. Worth
vocational training pro- was elected as.Vicedgtprtha.Monday officiating. Special music will be
for school I mayor Texas, and Southeastern in North
Jects and programs Missionaries- night meeting by the combined choirs. Carolina. He served as assistant
dropout ; wmlam'.wad ti3-was ze .* The 11 a. m. Easter Worship Pastor, Minister of Educationand
In routine business the Board Visit The FirstMethodist wined as attorney for the board. Service SenxMMUylll be delivered Director of Baptist Student
voted to purchase a 30 Inch carriage City Maintenance Manage Miller ry"...the .Pastor. Anthems."Lptp Foundation at various churches.
typewriter for the Tax As Church Teters, City Water Works the Woods My Master -Went" Rev. Andes a native of Indiana .
sessor's office; approved a plat Supt. Gen Barber- and Lt, Edwin [>..Sons. and Daughters Let Vsing" Is married and they have
for a subdivision submitted by Missionaries Rev. and Mrs. Pelllcer of the Police Department > wilt be-preaanieOy the three children, Ted, Lori and
R. E. Likins for his son Roy E.. Tom Bozeman of Daytona Beach were all re.employed. combined choirs, with Theodore Becky..
Likins; accepted the grocery bid will be at the First Methodist All City employees were also re- Weber as organist A trumpet
from Brannam's Food Market;;: Church of Bunnell on April 17 hired. solo "O, Holy City". will be given
to purchase a boat, motor, and at 7:30: p. m. to speak and show The Board was advised by oy Lee Bourne.Special Antipoverty Aid
trailer for use by the law en pictures taken in the missionaryfield. Engineer Dawkins that he had
forcement In Flagler County been advised there would be a Explained To
Waters. Rev. Bozeman is the brotherof short delay in the delivery of Holy Week (
They also accepted the low Mrs. William Fryman of Bun. I the water softener machinery. Senior Citizens
bid of $3,565.00 from the Bunnell nell. He is a native of Daytona Services at First
Motor Company foe a two ton Beach and has, with his family, Church Guest speaker at the Tuesday '
dump truck for the Flagler served in the Far East Missions Holiness Methodist ChurchThe evening, April 5, meeting of the
Flagler Senior Citizens Club, was
County several years.
also approved the ap- They are on a year furlough Revival Services Holy week services at the I IFirst Romaine A. Hamilton, Program
of Mrs. Claude Barrow of Bun. I Consultant, Division of Economic
pointment from' the mission field and are Methodist Church
as deputy to Mrs. Raymond making plans to return there in Begin MondayA nell will be the Maundy Thurs. I Opportunity, Office of the Governor
Smith, supervisor of elections. June. Revival Service will beginat lay Service at eight o'clock'hursday Jacksonvile, Florida.There
Prior to the meeting a felowshippicnic the Holiness evening, (tonight), were 68 members and guests '
zPentecostal at the meeting which
supper will be served Church: } Monday April 11.The'' loiy Communion will-be served. present held in Community Hall at \
Bunnell Methodist"Church on the church grounds. All services will run nightly at the Good Friday Service will beheld was '
the Municipal Building, Flagler
members and friends of the Church' beginning at 7:45. Rev. from 12 noon until 12:30: Beach.
church are invited to attend. f. Dawsey of the Church of God in the Church Sanctuary. The Hamilton spoke on the bene
Rev. Oliver F. Taylor. Pastor in Palatka will be the evangel astor, Rev. Oliver F. Taylor will fits available to residents of
HE IS RISEN I The Clegg Farms 1st. worship Flagler County through allocation
will The Easter morning
The angel at the door of the< Special music and singing of funds under the Federal
will be at 11 a. m. Sunday -
i is service
empty tomb in a simple and con Selected As Out- be each evening. Everyone morning with special music government antipoverty pro
welcome. The church Is off Deer; of the
else statement has given to gram. To take advantage
Christianity the words which w< standing FarmersThe Road. by Several the members of the Church: opportunity to secure Federalaid
again proclaim at Easter at little or no cost to the
to attend the special
the ST. THOMAS HOLY plan Hamilton said that firsta
"lIe Is risen" has quickened County,
Flagler Soil and Water rise Easter Service at the Flag
spirit and sustained the church Conservation District Supervisors WEEK SERVICES ler Beach Methodist Church. public meeting would have tobe
throughout the centuries. With held and then committee
recently selected Clegg Farms,,
out this dynamic statement operated by George and Frank] ANNOUNCED CONSERVATION'DISTRICT formed to spearhead a move !
basis determine to projects to
would have no ment to
the Conservation -
Clegg to Holy Week Services for St
for immortality other than hope Farmer of the Year Award Thomas Episcopal Church will be carried out In the County.
nature has always pro SPEAKING CONTESTAt Possible projects range all the
for the year 1965. continue on Maundy Thursday,, the kindergarten .
tested against the incompleteness The District makes the award April 7, at 5:15: with the serviceof their meeting Tuesday the way from for
of .earthly life. Christianity; in cooperation with Soil level to programs
each year Holy Communion.Good Supervisors of the Flagler .
is no mere philosophy based up the local Citizens Bank and the'lorlda Friday Services will beat and Water Conservation District underprivileged
good Ideas, but is a way ol and Mrs. Hamilton were
on Bankers Association. their annual
the veil ol 7:30: p. m. April agreed of the Club at Its 6 o'clock -
life that The Bankers Award Certificatewill Saturday morning the Church speaking contest on Wednesday,,
Therefore, let us covered dish supper which
earthly life. I be presented by Charles'real School children will have an April 13, at 7:30 p. m. at the
eternal life short business
never forget bank president, ceremon- Easter egg hunt on the Church civic center in Bunnell.It .
with Christ is more than a Distract ng. A hand of welcome was extended
with the 1G
les in connection grounds at 10 a. m. is anticipated that 8 to
"nevei five new members,
existence in a to
shadowy Speaking Contest. Easter services will be at 11:15: : high school students will partlcipate. -
never land", but Is rooted and Mrs. Isabella Howe, Mrs. Elsie
love which he Sunday morning. : Wlckline, and
grounded in God's George
WICKLINE ATTENDS The subject of this year'sspeech :
expressed to mankind through I Mr. and Mrs. William C. Dun-
WHY SOIL AND WATER -
Jesus Christ. Yes, the Scriptures MEETING OF THE PUBLIC IS DISTRICTS on. The Club's membership now
record the fact and Christ's: RABID COONSIN WATER stands at 105. Next meeting will
COMMISSIONERSGeorge SHOULD HELP
church proclaims this new rela STATE THE COUNTYGene POLLUTION PROBLEMS IN be April 19 at the clubroom.
tion of man with God. As once Wlckline has returned Holly of the Flagler FLORIDA.
again the Christian world views: from' the annual mid year con County Health Department Prizes presented by the District CIGARETTE TAX
the empty tomb we, too, proclaim 'erence of the State and County warns the public to be on the three speakers FEBRUARYCigarette
: "lie Is not here: for he Association.Mr. which : to the top FOR
Commissioners ookout for rabid coons will be: $15.00 for 1st; $10.00 for
is risen. Matthew 286.: has served as Di. tax collections for
Wlckline Mr. Holly
may be on 2nd and $5.00 for 3rd. In
of the Associa. he month of February amounted I
ector at large said coons or any other night each contestant participating
Ion for the past several years roving animals who are out In will receive a certificate of to 464525007. Of this '
Life Liners To He has also served as. Sgt.-at- the day time acting strange, appreciation.The mount $1,331,186.30 went into
Arms for the past three years. should be approached with precaution winner of the local contest he State General Fund. The regaining
Show Film At for the safety of themselves will compete in the Area Contest $3,314,063.77 to municipalities.will be I
and their dogs. to be held in Green Cove
Holiness Church"The BAND PARENTS One rabid coon was killed Springs> the following day April Flagler County Cities reoelvng i
the tax are:
Power of the Resurrection" MEETING IS about four Friday. Mr. Holly .4at1p.m. unnell ............................ $2,839.91 i
of film to be ler Beach last Beverly Beach .................. 54.16 I
is the name a head to the State cantaloupe market
eveningat POSTPONEDThe carried the I Florida's lagler Beach .................. 673.74 I
shown Easter Sunday In Jacksonville with the availability
Pentecostal Holiness meeting of the Band Par. lealth Department tends to vary Vtarlneland ...................... 99.84
the reported as a competingcrop.
Church of Bunnell. The film Is nts of the Bunnell Band, which abld. and Another It was coon was killedm peaches Painters Hill ................ 1408
sponsored by the Life Liners, a was scheduled for tonight, has and the head has I
church. been postponed until April 14. Monday in any Florida's Cypress Gardens is
youth group of the been sent to Jacksonville for exmination. to use all percaution .
The film will be shown from The change of date was due animal bites and to report themo celebrating the 30th annlversa.y
church. The to the Holy Week Services at all of its opening, Jan. 2, 1936.t.lb .
7 to 8 p. m. at the Mr. Holly advises the public ; his office Immediately.
public is Invited to attend. hurches of the community.
TWO THE FLAGLER TRIBUNE, BUNNELL,, FLORIDA Thursday, April 7, 1966
wuuJJ Fifth Grade Mows ages of 17 and 27 are eligibleto be spread upon the minutesof Some of the oldest and largest
c7Tt4 I The Fifth Grade held a series I apply. Contact Sergeant Mavesat this Communication, and a cypress trees In Florida are
School Ntw of debates Friday afternoon. The the U. S. Air Force Recruit. copy be sent to the family of growing In the 100 acre landscaped
topics debated on were: ing Office, located at 221 Bay our deceased Brother. park at Sliver Springs.
Junior das 1. The teacher should give assignments Street, Daytona Beach or call "
to be done at home. 2539671.
At last Its time for "dear
our 2. Children should be expected T. Shelton Brooks '
ole prom." We are all excited to take care of younger BUNNELL LODGE No. 200
and hope to make it one of the sisters and brothers. Bunnell, Florida John A. CleggP. 'I o.FeALOOE
best. In the halls
you may overhear -
3. Children should receive April A. EdmonsonIN
pay for doing work at home, RESOLUTIONWHEREAS
preparations for it. .
such as washing dishes, carry : It has pleased the TUB COUNTY JVIMJK'S COURT
At our last meeting we select ing out garbage, mowing the IN AND FOR FLAGLEH. COUNTY
Great Architect of the Universeto
ed committees and also servers lawn, etc. FLORIDA PHOIIATK No. 811 PETERSON TEXACO
take unto our
which consist of seventh and In RE: Estate of
4. Boys should learn to cook. SERVICE
and beloved Brother Wale WALTER EUGENE KNIGHT JR.,
eight graders. The girl servers .5 Girls should go fishing. I also Known as W. E. Knight, ROAD SERVICE
ter E. Knight, Deceased
are as follows: Sandy Abbott; Captains on the affirmative NOTICE TO CREDITORSAll
Lesa Knight and Sharon Pache, WHEREAS: The departed Broth. : creditors of the estate of Walter Light Mechanic.* Work
were Cheryl Kinney,
er Knight was a member of Eugene Knight Jr.. also known Phone 4373441 .1un.n111
they will wear a French waitress Wadsworth, Elaine Skolar, as W. E. Knight deceased are
Bunnell Lodge No. 200 for and required to file Ad .... -E""" !:
uniform. The boy servers Larry McKelvin, and Joe Arnold. any calms or demands which they
are many years, have against said in theoffice IN CIRCUIT COURT OF TUB
as follows: Jack Collins; may
negative 9KVKNTH JUDICIAL
THEREFORE, BE IT RESOLVED: of the County of Flakier
John Richard Jones; and Kirk the Courthouse AND FOR FLAGLER COUNTY
Solomon Dan Zim
were Davy That Bunnell Lodge No. 200 oultYhu lg:: ,a'Ffgrl withinsix FLORIDA IN CHANCERY.
Robertson, they will wear chef I merle, Jackie Murray, Vivian F&AM be in mourning for a (6) calendar months from the NOTICE OF SUITC.aacoer7'
uniforms. I date of the first publication of this No. D2S1
Arnold and Larry Jones. period of thirty days on the notice Each claim or demand mustbe ORDER OF PUBLICATION
In writing and must state the ANN PETRITIS.
Our theme will be "An Evening f
loss of our Brother who passed place of residence and post officeaddress' Plaintiff
In Paris" with a sidewalkcafe l I AIR FORCE HASENLISTMENT to the Great Beyond, and bt the claimant I and must v.)
effect. be 'sworn to by the claimant his JOSEPHDefendant.
I SLOTS BE IT FURTHER RESOLVED': agent claimor .
ndat liretecu IN THE NAME ,OF THE STATE
The date of Prom is Friday, of this resolution m void and
That a copy be forever barred according to. law. OF FLORIDA:
May 13th, even though Fridaythe I The Daytona Beach Air Force Dated at Bunnell. Flagler Count. : TO: JOSEPH PETRITIS. whose residence -
13th is considered a super- Recruiting Office announced this NOTICE OF INTENTION TO Florida, this 29th day of is unknown, however his
REGISTER FICTITIOUS NAME A. D. 1966. last known mailing address Is:
stitous day we have great prom. week that more enlistment slots In compliance with House Bill No. s/ Leon M. Knight 3038 North Oleander Chicago, Ill
20963 Laws of Flor- As Executrix of the Last Will inois.
1175 Chapter ; \
ises that our prom will be a suc will be available during the ida Act of 1941 as IIenrt1i the and Testament of Walter Eugene You are hereby required to file
cess. Our music will be by Little month of April than there has undersigned will! the Knight, Jr.. also known with the Clerk oJnlhl Court youranswer
Clerk of toe Circuit and as W. E. Knight, deceased. to the Complaintfiled
Joe and the Cartwrlghts. been in the past few months: for Flagler Count/ ifo 1an upon ISHAM W.: ADAMS : herein against\ you In the above
I receipt of, proof of publication of 121 Broadway entitled cause ort or before the 25th
The next day Saturday, the Sergeant Dick Maves urges this notice the following fictitious Daytona Beach Florida day of 1 lot D.. 1966 and servea
Juniors and Seniors along with I'young' Volusla and Flagler name: Eastern Sales Promotion, Attorney for the Estate copy: upon OSSINSKY: &
located at 2660 So. Ocean Shore 'April 7-14.21-28-4tc GEORGE, plaintiff's attorney, herein -
their dates will be going to I County mert to process early and Blvd., Flagler Beach. Florida under whose address is 500 North
Ponce de Leon Springs, in De. avoid the"June high school exodus. which we will engage in the business IN TUB CIRCUIT COURT SEVKNT1I Oleander Avenue, Daytona Beach.
of Sales Promotions, and that JUDICIAL CIRCUIT, IN I Florida, "THE FLAGLER TRI-
land. the Undersigned are the only 'persons AND FOR KLAULEK COUNTY BUNE" It hereby thfi order shall
Interested in said business. FLORIDA.IN newspaper In which
Okay fellow students lets a To speed up processing, special Dated at Bunnell, Florida, this CHANCERY NO. 3246 I I be published once a week for all
go go. test sessions are being con 4th day HOWARD D. 1966. ROBERT A. LAW, consecutive weeks. HEREIN FAIL
E. COUNTS Plaintiff, gsoORI&ECWEE -PRO CON
Junior Class Reporter. ducted each Thursday at 9:30a. : DOLORES L. COUNTS vs.ERNESTINE. ENTERED
I April 1.U.Z1-28-4tp LAW AGAINST YOU FOR SUCH FAIL-
Catherine Stanish between the
m. Young men Defendant. I URE.
, -- -- NOTICE I The nature of this suit Is a bill
IN THE NAME OF THE STATE OF I for divorce.
I FLORIDATO WITNESS My hand and seal at
\ 1- : ERNESTINE LAW Bunnell Flagler County, Florida
ADDRESS UNKNOWN this 22nd day of March A.: D., 1966.
YOU ARE HEREBY REQUIREDto EMIL A. SMYTHE.
file and serve your answer to the As Clerk Circuit Court
You haven't Complaint filed herein against you FleiS\er\ County, Florida
seen aREAL In the above entitled cause on or (Official Seal)
before the 30th April D. By JULIA R. HARVEY,
1963, upon the the ui Deputy Clerk.
Court Flagler County Florida, and Mar. 24, 31 and Apr. 7. 14, 4tc.
and a copy upon Messrs. Black,
Cobb. Cole & Crotty Plaintiffs attorney IN TUB CIRCUIT COURT SEVENTII -
herein whose address Is 444 JUDICIAL CIRCUIT. IN
BARGAIN. North Beach Street, Daytona Beach, AND FOR FLAULKR COUNTY
Florida. FLORIDA. IN CHANCERY.No. .
THE FLAGLER TRIBUNE. Bunnell. B2.1O
I Florida, Is hereby designatedas BIRDINE MARSHALL JOHNSON,
the In which Plaintiff,
newspaper this no
I flee shall be published once a week CHARLESvJOITNSON
for four (4) consecutive weeks. ,
I HEREIN FAIL NOT OR A DE Defendant.
I CREE PRO CONFESSO WILL BE DIVORCE
ENTERED AGAINST YOU FOR NOTICE TO APPEAR
SUCH FAILURE, THE STATE OF FLORIDA, TO:
The nature of this suit Is a Bill CHARLES JOHNSON
for Divorce. Whose residence and
--- WITNESS my hand and seal at Post Office Address
rl1r Bunnell Flagler County Florida, are unknown.
this 22nd day of March, A. 1966., You are hereby notified that a
E. A. Smythe. Clerk fl't suit for divorce has been filed
-- sites sft0 1es11 Circuit Court, Flagler Coun against you In the above entitled
ty, Florida. cause and you are hereby required
(SEAL) By: Julia R. Harvey to serve upon Plaintiff's Attorney.
Deputy Clerk I whose name and address appear
March 31. April 7. 14. 21, 4tc. 'hereon, your written defense If:
I to the Complaint in
NOTICE OF SALE-TEMPORARY: suit, on e the 23rd day
N OTF:IC of April 1966, else decree pro con-
-- HOIKING fesso will be entered
AUTHORITY OF THE against you.
-' COUNTY OF FLAGLKR, FLORIDA WITNESS my Hand and Seal of
.r Sealed proposals will be received said Court this 21st day of March
by Housing Authority of the 1966.
i County of Flagler, Florida (hereinafter E. A SMYTHE
til you've seen II home railed the "Local Authority") Clerk of laid Court
at 410 South Bacher Street in the )
City of By /SJulia R.
Bunnell, Florida, until and Harvey
Publicly opened at One o'clock Deputy Clerk
Jim Waller I (E. R. T.) on April 12, 19B6 for the W. L. WADSAVORTH
by purchase of J451.000.00 Temporary P. O. Box 896
Notes (Eighth I Series), being Issued Bunnell. Florida
to aid In financing Its low.rent Attorney for Plaintiff
---- housnlg project. Mar. 24, 31, and Apr. 7, 14, 4tc.iv .
= : The notes will DP dated May 3.
1966 will' be payable to bearer on THE niicriT COURT; !SEV
The 3 Bedroom WINDSOR Nov.: 4, 1966. and will bear Interest ENTH ,)UlflAL CIRCUIT, IN
at the rate \!iI) FOR KLAULKIl
or rates per annum fix .. COUNTY
ed in the proposal or proposals ac PLOHIDA. CHANCERY CASE
cepted for the purchase of such MARY NO. ANN
If you have been thinking about building on that vacant SPfC All proposals for the purchase of Plaintiff
piece of property and are tired of looking at homes that just said notes shall be submitted In a ROY .v.-
don't add to sensible value take SECp BD1tD1 form approved by the Local Au ARTHUR STOKES.
up a a few minutes to visit yD thority. Copies of such form Defendant.
a Jim Walter display office. You'll find it hard to believe so C posals and Information concerning pro NOTICE TO AP!'MARe
much value can be built for such a low price. There are over Weeke lrAGJ S ME the notes may be obtained from th THE STATE OF FLORIDA TO:
twenty models from which to select and if your family Is call, ? dS_ ,_ VaCatIOQ r Local dicated Authority above. at the address in 11J ROY, North ARTHUR 23rd STOKES Street
economy minded, you'll have an opportunity to save many, S stir HOUSING AUTHORITY Wilmington, North Carolina
many dollars, finishing the Interior yourself all or any ) OF THE COUNTY OF You are hereby notified that a
part that you want. Think of It just like paying yourself FLAGLER. FLORIDA suit against for divorce has been filed
By Jack D. AbbottApril you In the above entitled
for leisure hours and every home by Jim Walter has been Secretary. cause and you are hereby required
planned to make interior finishing easy for you. What a wonderful 7-Ito to serve upon Plaintiffs Attorney
way to have a home and have it fully paid for in [Just t = hereon.whole aame and address appear
12 short rmrriT COURT SEV your written defense if
years. ENTH any to the
JiuiriAL CIRCUIT iv Bill of Complaint in
AND FOR FLAGLRR COUNTY: said suit, on or befoe the 16th day
BUILT ON YOUR LOT OR ACREAGE FLORIDA. IV CHANCERY. of fesso April. 1968, else decree pro con-
N o. (1240. will I be entered
NO MONEY DOWN TO QUALIFIED PROPERTY OWNERS
NEAL REMINGTON SIMMONS WITNESS my hand and nafoi:
MORTGAGE FREE IN JUST 12 SHORT YEARS Plaintiff .2. Court this 10th day of March.
+ VII A. D. 1966
I'r.Nr w rSSUem., eMn.Wr.n EURIKA SIMMONS, (Seal) E. A. SMYTHE
M. 11 >rw. Defendant Clerk of said Court.
DIVORCE By Julia R. Harvey..
WHEN YOU THINK/ OF A NEW NOTICE TO APPEAR Deputy Clerk.
HOME THE STATE OF FLORIDA TO: W. L. WADSWORTH
EURIKA SIMMONS P. O. Box 896
THINK Of Whose residence and Post Bunnell. Florida
Call, write or come by today. Office Address are un- March Attorney for Plaintiff
known. 17-24-31 & April 7-4tc
You are hereby notified that
\ :- suit for divorce has been filed a
JIM WALTER CORPORATION Bus against you in the above entitled
(Mail to the nearest office) cause and you are hereby required mbt 31lagltr inrthuntDUNNELL
I would tike to know mere about your building and I to whose serve name upon and Plaintiffs address Attorney appea.r
financing plan. PIOM s.nd me a free catalog. I am hereon your written defense; If FLORIDA
W8 All OPEN ON SUNDAY interested in a ... any. to the Bill of Complaint In Bald
lult. on or before the
D Horn D Cottage I Aprils 1966. else decree 23rd pro day con-of MR3. M. B. FULLER. EditorDe..c.
fesso will be entered against
OCALA, FLA. Name WITNESS My Hand and llro u.f .. newspaper for all
I said Court this list day of *March
1813 Jacksonville Rd. Address A D. 1966. Legal Advertising
E. A. SMYTHE.
P. O. Box 954 ( City state I Dy1 Clerk/ Julia of said It. Harvey Court Entered as second class matter
Ttlephon* DePUty Clerk February '. 191J. at the poet-
Phone: 622-8118 I MX building lot U hcot.d le County. W.(SEAL L. )WADSWORTH Act omce of at March Bunnell.I, J$7PAGE Florida. under
P. O. Box 896
Attorney for Plaintiff O.e year .'!I
Mar. 24, 31, and Apr. 7, 14, 4tc Slz moathe.w.."- .i1.it1
: Thursday, April 7, 1966 THE FLAGLER TRIBUNE, BUNNELL, FLORIDA rAGE-- -THREtt- .
----- -- ----
--I", -, - --
; ; Cached by this formula is home, a farm or to buy,or starta are doing Just that in almost Florida and continues into north
World War II Veteran. date
I I business. lake and river in Florida.In Florida as the weather and water .
individual deadline date for every ,
Deadline For SecuringGuaranteedInsured the .
:r Loans l each veteran The formula for determiningthe commenting on the current turns warmer and spawning activities 1
length of time Korean Conflict crappie fishing, W. B. Copeland, begin.
have Thus eligibility has already I
World War II veterans !
r World War II veterans will be eligible for chairman of the Game and FreshWater Live minnows are generally
and half left to expired! for many
just a year a Fish Commission said, "it considered the best crappie bait'but 1
GI loans is the same as
the July 25, 1967
obtain GI guaranteed or veterans
However, as though Florida may the I
the World War II veterans. appears .
loans, Raymond S. Smith, Flag deadline terminates program
entitlement did be headed for another banner worms' shrimp or small size arti I
of them, even though the Korean ,
ler County Veterans Service Officer lot Ml and :
if the ficials as
fresh water fishing
a longer not begin to expire until January year t
pointed out today. foot\ula would give what method
31, 1965, and the final deadline present crappie fishing success spoons. Regardless
Deadline for World War II perk of eligibility.f@terans this is fish :
indication of things to a fisherman employs
31 1975. Is
Smith V who were dischargedfor January
eligibility is July 25, 1967, I come.! ing time and fishermen with a !
service-connected disability ,
said. $ knownas desire to catch speckled perch'should
The crappie, commonly
will be eligible until the Fresh
has been expiringfor
Eligibility I 25, Good speckled perch is a memberof contact their favorite I.
final termination date of July Fishing
World War II veterans ac
and In boat landing, fishing camp or
The month of March t be the
cording to a'' formula that adds 196? this also applies to widows: may
; and the Game and Fresh Water Fidjh
who died of service- kite flying time for some folks habits lakes, ponds, streams
ten. years to the date of their of veterans offices
I connected disabilities. but for fishermen ..t.Ia time tocatch rivers. Crappie fishing moves Commission regional
last discharge from active wartime % into high gear usually late In Panama City, Lake City, Ocal ;'
obtain crappie speckled 'perch
service1 plus one year for 1 I Those) eligible .may a or and West Palm Beach
eafch 90 days,of that service. The I I guaranteed loan to purchase\} a and a multitude of fishermen January In the southern part of ...
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: The Southland's stampeding us. ,.
: Sales on Mustangs-and all the other _
l' new Fords-are soaring. Big volume for
us means big savings for you. Hurry! "Nry ,,.:
'. Ford Country Squire
We're not kicking about this sales stampede. Every
14 seconds somewhere In America, somebody buysa
new Ford We Southland Ford Dealers are no _
exception. Out quiet '66 Fords, re-Invented Fairlanes,
records. .. 'x _
new Falcons and Mustangs are breaking T
But we're not bragging-we're dealing on every ,,,,,,,,,.,,,,,,,.,
car in stock. Come In now for the best deal-and the ; N; r Y
best car-In town.
".i_" : I. YOU'RE AI/tAD IN A FORD ALL THE WAY Falrlano 500/XL HardtopBunnell t'
BUNNELL MOTOR COMPANY Florida
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TO ENJOY IN THE FLAGLER TRIBUNE!
FOR DAD there's up-to-the-minute local newsadvertisements to help her shop better for less : I
views and on-the-spot reports of sporting event&business -
and financial stories-hints on home repairs FOR YOUNGSTERS there's a wealth of information -
etc.I on current events-school news-cartoons 1
FOR MOM there are reports of local social activiWhere else can you find so much entertainment,and
ties-club news-ideas on food, homemaking and education, for such a small price-to please every I
child care-and, of course, there are dozens of member of the family !
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April 7, 1966 THE FLAGLER_._ TRIBUNE, BUNNELL._ .- FLORIDA___ ._o____ 00 PAGE___ FIVE_
FLA. GRADE "A" (Whole)
FRYERS WIN TOP 20,000 VALUE STAMPS i if
NO OBLIGATION-NOTHING TO BUY
Lb. ARMOUR (All-Meat)
31 'f Saver
,. ;: r FRANKS: 12 Pkg.Oz. 49'
;,;; "MEATY" PORKNECK
Limit (2)) please Coupon
, .,. BONES. 4 Lb. ro 1
I z. Cut out and have the
' SMALL N'LEAN "MEATY" cashier stamp coupon and
Family. Pkg., 5 Lb. Cut-up 1.89 save. (8) in 10 week period.
, SPARE RIBS I 65
Receive 800 Free
:..' ARMOUR, VALLEYDALE (Smoked) at end of 10 week period
U. S. D. A. CHOICECHUCK
and be eligible for 20,000
t : Stamp Drawing April 30,
STEAK Lb. 68 1966.
COUPON No. 7
HAIS Coupon void after 4-1166
SHORT RIBS Lb.' .;49 _ _
FULL CUT "BONELESS"ROUND 50 FREE
.. : STEAK Lb. 99- TOP With VALUE purchase STAMPS of
. Shank 59 .' ,- (2) PANREADYCUTUP
..P i Half. WORLD'S BEST R. FRYERSGROUND
Coupon void after 4.11-
Butt lb. 69c Whole lb. 65c Center, Slices lb. 99c BEEF 2 Lbs. 99
v"- I" 5OFRFE
FLO-CANE (Fla. Produced) TOP VALUE STAMPS '
,''h ; S 'Lip :; I. 5 Bag.Lb e 3 Coupon KreBfllMflSlSCMlBIG Kraft With CHUCK 3 18 Lbs.void Oz.purchase or'after BUYS ROAST more 4-11-66J of
Limit (1) with $5.00 or more food order 3 for 4T.OO
YOUR FAVORITE SHORTENING EVERFRESH TWIN PKG. Hawaiian Red or Yellow
r PUNCH 46 Oz. -tf.OO ,
. Crisco 3 Lb. 67C Potato 39 3 Cans
,. Tin Chips' Personal IVORY I 4 Size Bars 290
Limit ((1)) with $5.00 or more food order Limit ((1)) please
Sunlite (303 Can)
FLA. GRADE 'A' TOMATOES
O ozen ,'f;,8: Bush's ((300 Can Cans) ,-tf.0 0
E C C S 2 Large 9 t PORK QUID& 22 BEANS 8 Oz.Cans JL
Limit (2)) please atthi. price
PRODUCE FROZEN FOODS BAKERY
FRESH CRISPLETTUCE EVERFRESH (Reg.)
BLUE SEAL (Solid) for SEALD SWEET 6 Oz.
190 OLEO 5'k' ::1'00 BREAD 5 :JPC LEMONADELARGE
FANCY EVERFRESH (20 Oz.)
AVULALIUtiu 296 Ea.SHURFRESH BISCUITS 8 Ol.3 for%ISir v* BREAD 4 for 8ge LIMEADE Can tOe;
EVERFRESH ((12 Ct.)
FANCY GOLDEN KRAFT 12 Oz. Pkg. American DINNER BIG SCOOP (Asst. Flavors)
BANANAS Lbs. 250 CHEESE 120z.,,, 5ge ROLLS 2 Pkg. 250 ICE MILK o3i 2 490
,I WE GIVE Quantity Reserved***Rights
VALUE TOP M E T T S Thurs.PRICES and April,Monday Fri.7,GOOD 8,, 9 Sat.
STAMPS SUPER MARKET Tel.and 437-3201 11
103 SOUTH RAILROAD ST.Thursday .
SIX THE FLAGLER TRIBUNE, BUNNELL, FLORIDA Thursday, April 7, 1966
i -choirs- Everyone welcomed. The hermit crab -on-exhibitionat I I The scorpion-uses Its poisonous
: ; EASTER WORSHIP SERVICE, Marlneland lacks a shell of stinger both to defend Itself
I Jfagler'ea .
April 10th, 11 a. m. with special its own and lives in the empty and deliver a leathal Jab to Insect .
music by both choirs. shell of some departed snail. prey.
WOMAN'S SOCIETY OF I sion begining at 9:45: when yearly .
CHRISTIAN SERVICETO award emblems will be given. Books Are My Dish '
MEET APRIL 14 The annual Easter egg hunt :1
The Woman's Society of for the nursery and beginners By Dorothy Romans
Christian Service of the Flagler department will be on Friday, Mr. C. Bagwell Taylor, a vis To the People of '
Beach Methodist Church will April 8 at the home of Mr. and itor from Oklahoma who gave
meet on April 14 at the Churchat Mrs. BrIce Sheeler, 300 Palm the Flagler Beach Library a valuable .
9:30: a. m. In the fellowshiphall. drive. Children are asked to collection of books on
I bring container for the eggs. Steel has five paintings in Don Flagler County:
Leaders of the program will : At the Ladies Guild meeting Amory's student's show at the
be Mrs. Helen Kruger and Mrs. o is was voted to postpone the Daytona Museum of Art this
Jack Meekins. Hostesses will be fellowship supper for this month i week. There is a stunning portrait YOU CAN HAVE A STRONG SCHOOL
Mrs. Harry Treadwell 'and Mrs. to April 14. The business meet of Mrs1. Taylor In silvery BOARD.
Fred Marks. ing will be held on that date. blues and grays. Saturday was
I exciting day for the Library, a
Mrs. William Lathrop of Los Ij professional writer came look. There is no greater responsibility on the cit-
Angeles, California has been j METHODIST CHURCH NEWS ing for the latest and best in izens of the County than the proper selection of
visiting her sister, Mrs. Marvin There will be no Church dictionaries and we had It. He members for the board of education. Local com-
Sterry, Lambert avenue. After I I School classes or Youth Fellowship was delighted to hear that from mittees, educational groups and everyone else interested -
Easter they will go to Hollywood, meeting on Easter Sunday, I' now on the New York Sunday in a better school system should con-
Florida to visit another sister, April 10th. Services during Holy Times will be there and he will tinually strive to raise the standards of those
Mrs. Charles, Platt. Mrs. Lathropwill Week begin tonight. come back to read 'Jt Then we elected for your board of education and your
visit relatives in Connecticut MAUNDY THURSDAY, April were honored with a highly In. county superintendent.No .
before returning home in Los 7th, 7:30 p. m., Holy Communion. formative and Inspiring visit
Angeles. Special music by the Chancel from Miss Beth Daane, Directorof school board is stronger than its individual -
Choir. Libraries, Santa Fe region members. The individual board member must
GOOD FRIDAY, April 8th, 7:30p. ((66,000 books, many libraries maintain high standards for himself and for the
COMMUNITY MEMORIAL m., Worship Service Special and book mobiles,) headquarters entire board. Your county board's responsibility
CHURCH NEWS I music by the Chapel Choir. line Gainesville Public Libraryand lies in the the organization and control of the
"The Power of the Endless EASTER SUNRISE SERVICE, Mrs. Thelma B. Ford, Circulation public schools of your county. It is not the dutyof
f Life" will be the Easter message April 10th, 6 a. m., Union serviceof Manager, Gainesville the board to run the schools but to see that
next Sunday at the Community all Flagler Beach Churches. Public Library. They had dropped they are efficiently managed. In all matters, the
Memorial Church by Rev.R. This service will be In our new in to see the new post office board acts as the representatives of the people.
W. Dickert, pastor at the 11 Sanctuary and refreshments will saw the Library poster Herein lies control of the people over their
o'clock worship service.A be served afterwards In the Fel there and went looking for us. schools. People do not turn over the schools toa
short program will be presented lowship building. There will be They were both astounded at the superintendent to operate as a private enter-
at the Sunday School ses special music by combined beauty of the Library buildingand prise but to operate them as an agent of the peo-
-. . . . . . . . . . . marvelled at the city having ple fully answerable to the people through their j
such a group of "far-sight- representative school board.
I edand imaginative men" who
\ Easter Flowers would build it. So j
[ \ impressedwas When you vote on May 3, remember: i
Miss Daane that she said
\\ RESERVE YOURS NOW she will try to get a town with The Quality of Your School Board Depends 'j
1' library problems to send a del. on You. 1
FRESH CUT egation of some citizens to come
Myrtle C. Rice (Mrs. John
' ROSES here, see the Library and ask ) j
GLADS the Commissioners for details Vice Chairman, 1
MUMS about building one similar to Flagler County School Board.
AND MANY OTHERS ours! I am invited to visit the
Library in Gainesville and planto (Pd. Political Adv.) '
Variety of Potted Flowering Plants do so even if I have to fly. ..I, .
,, ALSO -
Wreaths and Potted Artificial Plants I ,}
J. D.5! .
BLACK'S FLOWER SHOP
N. Forsyth Street ,., BUNNELL
'1 ... THRIFTWAYSUPER i
11 THANK YOU! "
I wish to take this opportunity of thanking the :
; voters of Flagler County for returning me unap- MARKET
posed as your Judge of the Small Claims Court.
I am honored by the confidence you have placed 312 MOODY BLVD. FLAGLER
4 in me, and will continue to serve you to the best i BEACH
.. 9r of my ability.
j\ Thomas L. LenssenJudge
Small Claims Court. I Easter GreetingsCLOSED
I EASTER SUNDAY
24 HourWrecker -R...
r Sorry-Space does not permit our large in color ad
I Flagler Truck & Tractor CO. this week in this newspaper However from
MASSEY.FERGUSON now on our
': Grove Farm Industrial Equipment
VIRGIL DECKER Phone ID 7-3242 ad is the same as the Thriftway Stores in Daytona area.
r Owner Bunnell, Florida
FOR ALL HOURS-DAY OR NIGHT CRISCO ................-.............................3.. ............ a Lb. 57 e
GIANT RINSO Giant
AMBULANCE ......................................_...........Box 47 e
PHONE VAlley 41625ST. FOLGER'S
AUGUSTINE. FLORIDA .....................................Lb 47 e
Never be hesitant about calling a Garcia Ambulance. We KRAFT MAYONNAISE '
\ are always at your service with promptness safety and ........................... ? ; 47 e
experience. 1 of each with $5.00 or more food ord'er
FLORIDA GRADE "A"
Equipped With Oxygen Resusitator and Inhalator
, Garcia Funeral HomeP. MEDIUM EGGS ................................................Z Doz. 99e
E. GARCIA, Licensed Funeral Director PLUS MANY OTHER SPECIALSPAGE
Thursday, April 7, 1966 THE FLAGLER TRIBUNE. BUNNELL. FLORIDA PAGE SEVEN
MISS HENRI HASS m
I Lean Western BOSTON BUTT
: PORK ROAST
I chanfs lb. 5geI
I i Lean Western CENTER CUT
I Fresh Florida Grade 'A" D & D (22z lb. Avg.) WHOLE"" 59C(Limit 2 PLEASE)
F3 lb. 29 I
U. S. D. A. ChoiceCHUCK
MUZYKA HASS Woman's Society of ROAST lb. 49
ENGAGEMENTANNOUNCED I Christian Service
Elects Officers U. S. D. A. Choice Choice Juicy
Mr. and Mrs. Henry E. Hass I The Woman's Society STANDING lb.
of Orlando announce the engagement I tian Service of the First RIB ROAST 79" MALL. STEW 69
and approaching mar 1st Church of Bunnell
riage of their daughter, Henri, new officers at their
to Mr. C. H. Muzyka of Bunnell and program meeting
and Orlando. I. day morning. Wilson's Certified (SMOKED) 14-16 lb. Avg.) (HALF or WHOLE)
The wedding will be an eventof Elected as president
eleven thirty in the morning,I Tucker. Vice president,
June fourth nineteen hundred Robertson. Secretary,
sixty six at the St. Andrews I and treasurer is Lucille HAM lbm 59
Church in Orlando. All friends Secretaries elected
of the couple ar invited. I I tian Social Relations,
The bridegroom to be is the Taylor; Program
son of the the late Mr. and Mrs. I I I Cody; Missionary .
\ Charles Muzyka of Bunnell. He Service, Frances Fryman; : I
Betty Crocker 19 Pkg.
\ is a graduate of the Bunnell bership Cultivation, oz.
High School, The University of ly; Spiritual Life, Edie CAKE MIXES 3 for 1.00 Joe CrtZR Fresh Fla. Grade "A"
Florida, and served with the U. S. son; Supply Work, ( )
Armed forces over seas. He is I Buckles; Public EGGS
the personnel manager of the cille Walker.
Melbourne Montgomery Ward Hostesses for the Doz.
Store. Pearl Blakely and
The bride to be is also employed In charge of the (LIMIT 2 DOZEN PLEASE)
with Montgomery Wardas Marjorie Robertson.
Training Director at the or. for the program was 10)I 5 fc 29C
lando Store. She is also a Pink of Jesus." Those taking Our Value 303 Can
.I Lady at the Orange Memorial I the program was Laura Limit 1 with $5.00 or more food order EARLY for
: Hospital. Pearl Blakely, Doris JUNE PEAS 6 $1.00
, The couple will reside in Mel. Frances Fryman, and
bourne. Blakely. Royal King 303 Can
; I HOUSE PARTY KRAFT OIL I GREEN CUT BEANS 8 for $1.00
DARRELL BRITT Guests of Mr. and Armour StarVIENNA 5 oz. Can
HONORED AT A
Holden for the week Quart
HAMBURGER FRY their daughter, Mrs. Bottle 39C SAUSAGE 4 for $4T.OO
I Darrell Britt celebrated his Caudill and her
! Limit 1 with $5.00 food order
: 16th birthday anniversary Tues
daughter Carolyn, of _
FROZEN J FOODS
day of last week with a ham. ton, Tenn. They were
burger fry and dance given by here Mrs.
panied by Birdseye SLICED 10 oz. Pkg.
his parents, Mr. and Mrs. Joe who spent part of the FRESH PRODUCE -
Arnold at their home on For. Satilite Beach visiting STRAWBERRIES 3forlBLUE
sythe street..) son and his family. Red SweetPOTATOES .
There were twenty-one of Der. I Visiting with them lb
rell's friends present to make I were Mr. and Mrs. lOc PLATEMAYONNAISE
the party a success. Featuredin and their children
the decorations was a birthday Jane, and Ethel Ann, of Stalk
cake decorated with music Village. Mrs. Black Is I CELERY 2 For 2Se
I daughter of Mr. and Quart
ROGER PATRICK HORNSBY den. PoleBEANS Jar 3ge
Mr. and Mrs. John Hornsby of LUNCHEON HONORS lb. 1ge Limit 1 with $5.00 or more food order
Martinvllle, Va., are the parentsof HOUSE GUESTS
a son born March 22nd. He I Mrs. T. E. Holden was '"
weighed eight pounds and has 'at a luncheon Saturday
been given the name of Roger Bunnell Restaurant.
M.r r. ts r.er.d.
50 100 U.RMb 50
Patrick. He Is the grandson of guests for the party
Mr. and Mrs. L. L. Harris Sr., of daughter, Mrs. Julian
Bunnell. and Mrs. Pat Kane of
ton Tenn. with coupon & purchase with coupon & purchase 1 with coupon & purchase
Those present in of ((1) PLASTIC PLAY of ((1)) EASTER ) f of (2) 29c pkgs.
IN TORNADO the hostess and honored
BALL @ 89c BASKET ( EASTER EGG DYE
Danny Griffis of Cocoa was were Mrs. J. H.
seriously Injured Monday morning I Mrs. Zack Holland, Mrs. Coupon Void After Coupon Void After / ( Coupon void after
when the tornado struck the Deen, Mrs. Lily Creal, Monday, April 11, 1966 Monday, April 11, 1966 ) ( Monday, April 11, 1966
Cocoa area. His niece, Tressa en Sullivan, Mrs. Lee
Vlgliaturo, was also seriously Mrs. Robert Bertha, and
Injured when the trailer, where B. Fuller, all of Bunnell
they resided, was completely de. Sam Black of Elinor
molished. Danny Is the son of Mrs. Black is also Mrs.
Mrs. K. L. Tucker, and Tressais daughter.Mr. .
her grand daughter. (
and Mrs. Cliff
Ralph Capell of New York'11 and Cheryl of Palatka,
City visited here several days here Saturday with lll
this week with his uncle, Alfred
Fletcher, a patient in the Bun. Mr. and Mrs. F. II. How
nell General Hospital for the as their guest last I
past seven weeks. He is recover and Mrs. Coleman Hall Phone 437-3227
ing from injuries received in an belle. Mrs. Hall is Mr. OPEN SUNDAYS U.s. No. 1 BUNNELL
automobile accident on highway I sister. 8:00 a.m.-1:00 p.m.
11. Continued on Page Quantity Rights Reserved Prices Good April 7, 8, 9, 10 and 11th, 1966
' PAGE EIGHT THE FLAGLER TRIBUNE, BUNNELL, FLORIDA Thursday, April 7, 1966
-- I to more liberal thought and ac shape the nation's course todayare I I out in'two weeks.
Too Late deeply influenced by their i Container roses are planted by BOOKKEEPING
tion.The I I
j Great Depression may experiences during the depression I removing them from the con-
, have been the post powerful In. and the "Great Society" is a I tamer and placing the "entire SERVICETYPING
To Classify fluence on American life between direct product of the changed I root ball" in }the soil. "When it's
'I the Civil War and the splitting thinking that it developed. I I I finally planted, the bush should
BT Ruuvll taw of the atom. think you will enjoy and profit stand at about the same levelas INCOME TAX
Most of us have forgotten the Under President Roosevelt the from reading "The Invisible: it did in the nursery can," he NOTARY PUBLIC
I Great Depression of the early importance of people, their I Scar" by Caroline Bird. I said.
thirties when sidewalks were health, employment and welfare Daily watering Is recommend. Bea Walters
I blocked with the furniture and became a national concern. New'Tips Given On to continue until new growth is
belongings of tenants who could governmental agencies, boards evident. If wilting still occurs, 707 Lambert Ave
1 not pay their rent and were and bureaus, designed to do', Rose PlantingRose I some of the plants' top growth Phone 437-3854
: evicted from their homes and this, that, and the other, came should be pruned away. .
others lost them because of in. into being so fast that for a timeit bushes are available in .. -- ." "-- .......-, "-" -,-,----_. ..,
. ability to meet mortgage payments seemed the alphabet would two types of plantsdormantand -
I and farmers for the same prove incapable of keeping pace. ,container.The I
reason were losing their farms. Many mistakes were made. dormant plants often
I Millions were out of work, ill Many agencies were soon discarded bought through mail-order VOTEFOR
I I and hungry, and men sold ap as impractical, useless, sources are leafless and with
I f pies on street corners. There was and wasteful. But they had given bare roots. The container typeson
:: not enough money in the United people what they wanted at the other hand are in "full
F States Treasury to meet government i the time. Action, any kind of action leaf and frequently have
IT payrolls. I even if It later proved blooms at the time they're pur
As bank doors slammed :wrong. chased from the nursery. \
i J across the country, communities But many of the programs Inaugurated I Dr. Sam McFadden, Jr., assist-
i were left without enough cashto immediately follow. ane horticulturist with the FlorIda
make change. Bootleggers of- ing the Depression still remain Agricultural Experiment
fered, to accept script. The townof and both business and Industrythat Stations, says container types
Blaine, Washington Issued fought the changes bitterlyat roses can be bought and planted
wooden nickels. the time now concede that any time of the year. R. L. McNABCOUNTY
I The wealthy in panic buried they were long needed and very The dormant roses generallycome
gold and jewels in anticipation much worthwhile.The in from October through
i of the Revolution. Others sent full story of the Great Depression March. "In the northern part of
their money to Swiss banks. and Its aftermath had the state, it's best to plant these
, I I, Food supplies were failing and never been compiled In termsof dormant roses after December.If .
,. laborers fainted from hunger what happened then and howit they're planted earlier there'sa COMMISSION
" with pay checks in their pockets. affected us until Caroline danger of freeze injury to the
Then came the New Deal and Bird came up with her vivid ac- new shoots," he said.
the Bank Holiday. America turned count in a book just off the press The researcher says to check CANDIDATE
t I a corner Into a new way of entitled "The Invisible Sca ". dormant roses before planting,
life. Old Ideas, methods and Step by step, it tells a factual making sure to trim away any
practices gave way grudgingly story that every American I i damaged part of the canes or
should read and ponder. Read roots.If .
ing It I have relived those ex. I the plant appears dehydrated -
A FOR IS A VOTE FOR
WANT ADS citng days and concur with the it should be soaked In water. VOTE MAC YOUPd.
writer on the impact it had on The crown of the plant shouldbe
I our lives. I I kept above soil level when
Listings under this heading are ( Political Adv.)
j. 3 cents a word each Insertion. President Johnson and manyof planting. Once planted, the
73 cents Is the minimum charge the men and women who i i i i dormant type should have leaves fljtl! ] ftMf] "?ffilSffl|
SINGER sewing machines. New, .'
, used, repairs. Call Bob French,
I 253.4541 Daytona collect.
Say Happy Easter with a Pony-
4 year old Calico gelding, 14
hands partially broken, quick to
learn and loves children. Call 1,1 L trKd4v. drt.y+.,. r: vRU +c+cau.y.:;
4392136. Apr. 7, 2 tc.
I WANTED-Single white man
with social security for lawn j
I" work. Mornings in exchange for
furnished cottage, utilities. Box
' X care Flagler Tribune. 4-7-ltp
FOR SALE-Burgess paint
sprayer $10.00; 4%" Craftsman _
planer $30.00, with motor $40.00.
I Phone 439.2186 Apr. 7, ltp
WANTED-Acreage and lot listIngs .
: in Flagler County. Key
Realty Associates, Inc., Charles
Trad, associate, 69 W. Granada :
Ave., Ormond Beach, Florida.
March 24, 8tp.
HOUSE FOR SALE-CBS construction '-.
3 bedrooms, 2 baths,
I. large Florida room, 2-car carport
Sedan standard -
Impala Sport Eight safety features,
six ((6)) lots, 2 air conditioners including front and rear seat belts.
corner of Palmetto and DISCOVER AM IG
lAmbert. Phone 437.3215 after
4 p. m. Jan. 20 tf
FILL fill DIRT dirt-,Call top Martin soil and Hardingfor shell. CHEVROLET ALWAYS BEEN FAMOUS FOR SMOOTHING OUT ROUGH ROADS''
4373669. Jan. 13-TFC
'I _Phone' LEASE."OR"RENT2bedroom And right now for a Double Dividend, you get a buy that'll smooth out your budget!
FOR SALB. -
Florida room, and I
carport beach house unfurnished.
Hurricane fence encloses Buys on those big, beautiful Chevrolets have
back yard. Call 4373472. 2-10-tf CHEVROLETDOUBLE never been better! Expensive car looks and i
I luxury, solid value features like Delcotron
COX's UPHOLSTERY, Bunnell, generator,self-adjusting brakes Magic-Mirror
Fla Hwy. 11, will pick up and finish. Right now you can find just the color
f deliver all furniture free. For and body style you want-and your Chevrolet
1 sample material and prices on DIVIDEND DAYS !' dealer's making it mighty easy to buy.See him!
labor call 4373673. 7-1-tf \ NO. 1 BUYS NO. 1 CARS
SEPTIC TANK cleaning; drain ) 1..1]
I fields installed; snail shell. Rea.. \ Now at your Chevrolet dealer'sAll
onable prices. Call George Ja.t
I roz, ID 7-3410 81tiV
' 1: vw -w
JOHNSTON'SFLAGLER kinds of good buys all in one place...at your Chevrolet dealer's: Chevrolet Chevelle Chevy II Corvalr Corvette
t BEACH REALTY co. ......-........................................................................................................................................................................;;
LOTS, HOMES, OCEAN FRONT,
WATER FRONT, FARMS, 09-1033
See v* for your real estate needs HALL-TUMLIN CHEVROLET COMPANY
" Office Phone HE 9.2242
I Residence Phones ID 7.3691
or ID 7-3517 I II 200 S. STATE BUNNELL, FLORIDA PHONE 437-3131
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April 7, 1966 THE FLAGLER TRIBUNE, BUNNELL, FLORIDA PAGE NINE
Gardening In Florida I turn. This is the turn of a spray Food processors use additives to Are consumers protected by What would happen If there
I nozzle. I delay underslrable changes in law? were no food additives?
(By gene Sharpe) Chemical weed control adds a 'the food they are handling and Many processed foods in the
I touch of professionalism to the 'to help maintain food at its Yes the Food Additives retail market would not exist
In trees like ;
sprng are some Amendment to the Federal Food,
task once performed by the hoe. best. Today's consumer can
others would lost flavor color
fickled young ladles-both take and Cosmetic Act ,
It requires less work and littleor choose from dozens of pantry Drug passedby I and keeping quality. Foods
on rings. in
Congress 1958, Increases
no sweat. shelf items with the assurance :
would cost more and be less
But trees are different because the of
But don't become overconfident that they will be fresh tastingand protection consumers wholesome, Dr. Matthews.
they can't become engaged, says
against improper uses of addi
In using the chemicals. This wholesome. Additives are
quarrel, and return their rings. tives. Some of the world's scientific -
could beautiful the "tools"
spell doom to of food scientists
However trees can become unhappy of food additives
ornamentals as well as the undesirable I that help make our food wholesome ,' experts Subscribe to The Floglei Tribune
and sigh if they can't get are employed by FDA labora
plants. and a good buy money. SL50AYEAHELECTRIC
food to sustain their annual : I' tories.
Growth regulators such as wise.
trees growth engaged rings. in So growing to keep rings your, 2,4.D; 2.4,5.T, and MVP, even in Are food additives necessary? ;::.:.:.:.:.:.:.:.:.:.:.::.:.::.:.:.::.::.::.::.::.:.:.:.::.:.:.::.::.:.:.::.::.:.:.:.:.:.::.:.:.:.:.:.::.:.:.:.:.:
small amounts, may Injure susceptible They are very necessary in '
plants. These materialsare our modern food supply says .
Like ')humans trees need a : HART REFRIGERATION :
weed killers. But remember, Dr. Matthews. Without their use
hearty breakfast after long
a cannot weeds of foods
they distinguish many today's processed
nap.Feeding and non weeds. would not have the color, flavor :: AND :
trees is simple. Start : ::
Do not apply 2,4.D within several texture and keeping qualitiesthe ... "
the Job with a crowbar or a 4
feet of sensitive plants- consumer enjoys and de.
length of of % inch pipe. : :
such as most garden plants, mands. Many packaged prepared SERVICE
For trees with trunks less than ..
flowers ornamentals. Cover foods could not be produced ,
six inches in diameter
punch flowers and shrubs with paperor without food additives. I
holes under the entire canopy plastic before spraying. Use ::J Bunnell, Fla. Box 253-A, 'RlI ;:
12 Inch s'deep at 18-Inch.Inter- ,How do food additives Improvethe ..
extreme care to prevent the :I Phone 437-3698 :
vals and and apply three poundsof keeping quality of foods? : ::
chemical from reaching ornamentals .
a garden fertilizer In. the through drifting, leach. They: serve as mold and ,bacteria .y&S8yyyyyyyy: !.:.:.:.:.:.:.:.:.:.:.:.:.:.:.:.:.:.:.:.:.:.::.:..:.:.:.:.:.:.:.?,.:.:.:.:\4
holes. Two inhibitors. As
applications. per preservatives
ing into the soil or by runningon
year recommended. One they spoilage mold SfJWWNWWWWVt
are now the surface during a heavy prevent by
and another in the fall. and bacteria and as antioxdantsthey
For trees larger than six Inchesin shower Apply of weed rain.killers on a calm retard rancidity in foods TO MY FELLOW CITIZENS :OF.
trunk diameter five containing fat.
day because wind-blown chem
". pounds per tree. I icals can injure plants all over agents prevent separation of certain : FLAGLER COUNTY I.' ,
For azaleas, camellias, crotons the neighborhood.Even food items. Emulsifiers are
hibiscus gardenias, shrubs, used as stabilizers and to, Improve
on, calm days use low lam again placing my name before you to serve as
hedges and other ornamental texture. Other types of
pressure-20 to 40-pounds per '
. plans make four applicationsper square inch and nozzles with food additives include materials, yourCounty Commissioner from District 2 for
Apply one to one-half for leavening, clarifying, .hardening
year. large openings that put out another term. I want to thank for 'confidence
pounds of fertilizer to 100 equare coarse sprays rather than fine drying, prevention of : .
feet of planting per applicationin mists' caking and prevention of foam in me for many year Hoping I still merit
: .. ,
late spring, summer, winter
Before chemical- confidence 'f
using any ing.Are that support I
and early spring. The late spring weed killer, insecticide or fungicide food additives necessaryin ;'
application is due now. Water -be sure to read and follow "convenient foods?" ... .,
plants, spread the plant nutrients the instructions on the Yes. The most common uses Respectfully,
and then water the plant chemical container are as minerals and vitamins
food materials in. food coloring agents flavoring GEORGE E. WICKLINEPd.
Azaleas and camellias need agents, humectants, stabilizersand
special acid type fertilizer so be thickeners and firming ( Political Adv.)
sure to feed them the right form Food AdditivesAre agents.
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ula or they may become fertilizer
Annuals and perennials need
three applications of one to one are I
and one-half pounds of 6-6-6 technologistDr. .
Richard F. Matthews Flor
fertilizer per year for each 100
ida Extension Service
square feet of plantings. I
defines a food additive as
Make one application at plant.
"A substance or mixture of substances -
ing time and two during the
other than 'a basic foodstuff .
growing season. Nitrates of sodaor
which is present in a foodas
other sources of nitrogen, are
a result of any aspect of pro
needed in spring and in sum
processing storage or
mer at the rate of one-half to
packaging. The term does not
one pound per 100 square feet
include chance contaminants.
Why are additives used in to
Controlling weeds with They are used in varied waysto
icals is easier than chem'l I improve the foods, make them
twist because it takes safer and extend their quality.
YOUR ATLANTIC DEALER
Bunnell Atlantic Service Station 4..,, -
Day Phone 437.3652
U. S. Highway 1 (O) Night Ph. 437.3944 I f
REPAIR, REBUILD GENERATORS, STARTERSAND r ,x p D
24 Hour Heavy Duty Wrecker Service
Dear Fellow Citizens of '
Flagler CountyI 1 'irALLIFor
AM ANNOUNCING MY CANDIDACY FOR
pennies a night you can enjoy
COUNTY COMMISSIONER, DISTRICT 4
YOUR VOTE AND SUPPORT WILL BE OUTDOOR ELECTRIC LIGHTING
Gang-ho! On with the show! Outdoor electric lighting sets the stage .
on patio, backyard, poolside or garden. Family cook-outs are picnics
J. B. PELLICER when meats and poultry are barbecued to finger-lickin' perfection on an
electric rotisserie. Electric skillets, broilers and coffeemakers: are so safe
(Ptt Political Adv)
and easy to use. No muss, no fuss just lots of fun for everyone!
Place a few electric lights in the right places and you'll have a big
extra room outdoors plus an added margin of safety, color magic,
CRAIG and dramatic beauty unseen by day.
H. CRAIG Funeral Director See your electrical contractor or light fixtures store now.
JOHN CAPO Manager
AIR LADY OXYGEN :THERE'S NO MATCH FOR
CONDITIONEDCHAPEL I ATTENDANT I EQUIPPED "FLAMELESS" !:. ELECTRIC...
AMBULANCES "IT"S CHEAPER. TOO
Phone ID 7-3532
FLORIDA POWER & LIGHT COMPANY
201 E. MOODY BLVD. BUNNELL. FLORIDA
HELPING BUILD ItOllDAThursday
\I TEN THE FLAGLER TRIBUNE BUNNELL, FLORIDA Thursday, April 7, 1966
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Mrs. Frankie Hoff and daughter ets will be available from the I Subscribe lor The Flagler IMbun
Gena, of Jacksonville, was a Spanish Students or at the door. I S2.SO A Year In Advance
.uDltil&t} recent visitor at the home of her II YES
parents, Mr. and Mrs. Roscoe METHODIST MEN I INCOME TAXCONSULTANT
I Continued From Page 7 Lynn. PLAN DISTRICT I
\ 'I I ANNUAL RETREAT !
I Ronnie Harris and four of his Dinner guests of Mr. and Mrs. Ed (Chubby) Bielejeski
friends of Panama City, Florida,: C. A. Rlddell Sunday was her I The Fifth Annual Retreat for Call 439.2483
visited with Ronnie's grand parents I I son, Joy Sisco of Jacksonville Methodist Men of the Deland Saturday, 12 to 3
s Mr. and Mrs. L. L. HarrisSr. and Mr. and Mrs. C. O. Magee District will be held at Camp I
., Wednesday. They were en- of Flagler Beach. Winona, the Y. M. C. A. Youth I i
route to Cocoa to participate in I'I Camp near DeLeon Springs, on I
a surfing contest. Rev. and Mrs. Oliver Taylor Saturday, April 16, beginningwith SOON AS T FINISH HASTINGS MATTRESS
\ had as their week end guests her a breakfast at 8:30 a. m. THC NEWSPAPER & UPHOLSTRY WORKS
\ Mr.: and Mrs. J. D. Barber had uncle and 'aunt, Mr. and Mrs.J. ''and ending at 5:00 p. m. ADS. THEY ARE SO 710-12 Lemon St.
as their guests over the past W. Jeter of Sneads, Florida. Dr. Joe A. Tolle, Superintend. FULL OF B3g AjNS/ Palatka Florida
week end their son and daughter i ent of the Deland District has
Phone EA 6-9166
in law, Mr. and Mrs, J. E. CARD OF THANKSI I assisted in securing the follow. Furnitu-,.
(Pete) Barber, of Montgomery,, would like to take this opportunity ing Guest Speakers: Dr. Jack Repaired &Upholstering ReiUusaed
Alabama.Mr. to thank my friendsfor Anderson, Rev. Mario Alfonso, Mattresses & Box Springs
their cards, messages, and Rev. Cyrus B. Dawsey, Rev. T. Mad to Order Also Renovated
flowers during my recent illness.I I Newton Wise, Mr. Geo. L. Lyle, Call Laura Morris 4374233
and Mrs. Gerald Manuel would also like to thank the I Conference Director of Methodist After 6>00 r. M.
and sons, Steve and Mike, were staff of Bunnell General Hospital Men's Clubs and The Rev. PRICES REASONABLE
visiting in Clewiston and Boca for the wonderful care I received T. Howren Norton, Orlando District BUDGET PLAN IF HZZ ZD.
Raton the past weekend. This while a patient there. Superintendent. These men Just a* near a TOUT
week his mother of Newberry, is Many thanks' represent a wide range of exper- I' Drop Phone Us or A Card Post Office or Call
their house guest. Vera Kelly. ience and will present a challenge i Free Pick-up & Delivery
to every layman who at.
Mr. and Mrs. Dale Brown Jr., FIESTA TIME tends. The fee of three dollars I
j and Mr. and Mrs. M. B. McDaniel and fifty cents covers registration
visited in Ocala Sunday with Have you ever been to an Authentic breakfast and dinner.) The ELECTJ. :
Mr. and Mrs. O. C. Shelton and Fiesta? Thursday, April committee in charge of arrangements .
'family, and in Mt Dora with Mr. 21 the Spanish Club of the Burr for the Retreat is as fol. D.IIDavell PERRYMAN
and Mrs. Dale Brown Sr. nell School will hold an Au- lows:
thentic Fiesta. Spanish food and General Hubert S.
Guests of Mr. and Mrs. Benny enterainment will be providedwith Talton, Dist. Lay Leader, Deland, Board of Public InstructionDISTRICT
Black for the Easter Holidaysare Spanish students providing
Mr. and Mrs. H. B. Bagwellof the entertainment. It will be Fla.Speaker Assignments, Dr. JoeA. No. 1
Pensacola. Mrs. Bagwell will held at the Cafeteria and serving Tolle, Dist Supt., Deland, Fla
be remembered here as the form starts at 6:30.Everyone Program, W. H. McDonald, Your vote and support will be Appreciated.
er Mrs. J. E. Rose, mother of Mrs. is invited and nom First Methodist Church, Daytona
Black. inal prices will be charged. Tick. Beach, Fla.Publicity. (Pd. Political Adv.)
Roy H. Forsythe,
Ormond Beach, Methodist, Or I
I mond Beach, Fla.
-\ QUALIFIED Music, Ray Mercer, District PHONEKelley's
Club Secretary Treasurer, Bun
...... _..... nell, Fla. FueP'Oil'
EXPERIENCED Food and Refreshments, Ted
Williams, Sanford, Fla.
Registrar, John F. Sproul, CLEAN BURNING
.. ." .'..... Assoc. Dist, Lay Leader, Palat
,,:,,::'? ;!" : ka, Fla.
'I\'!\(, < General Arrangements, H. L. STANDARDPRODUCTS
"Hap" Carr, Daytona Beach, Fla.
... I "I! .
.. '\.#;1 ;.. 1
'' > Ex-Offlcio, Merrill Koonce,
; s4 District Club President, Deland,
.., Fla.Some forty churches will be
represented in attendance at the
e Retreat. The rugged, rustic makeup DIESEL -:- KEROSENEHOME
? I ,of the Camp, situated as it is
on the shores of Lake Winona, DELIVERY COMMERCIAL ACCOUNTS
makes this an ideal place for Phone 437.7172 Bunnell, Florida
Christian Men to gather for 'a .
c; : I day of inspiration, meditationand
: dedication, said Roy H.
Forsythe, Publicity Chairman of ANNOUNCINGI
the Methodist Men's Retreat.
am a candidate for re-election as .
BREAKFAST ANYONE? I ,
By Alma Warren COUNTY COMMISSIONER, DISTRICT 4
Asst. Extension Editor I
I: Are you a breakfast skipper? .t consider it, an honor to represent the people ;
i Breakfast skippers are likely I of Flagler County. If re-elected, I will continue to
to feel midmorning fatigue, according -
; n I to nutritionists with the serve to the best of my ability. .
Florida Agricultural Extension I Your vote and support will be appreciated
breakfast does not
mean a loss in weight if you are Alfred R. Tucker
trying to reduce, since missinga
(Pd. Political Adv.)
meal Just whets the appetite
'for the next one.
I A good breakfast should include .
i about a third to a fourth
: of Extension the day's nutritionists food requirement say. Include BROWN & BROWN INC.
protein and vitamin C in
I your breakfast menus. INSURANCEOUR I
I For protein and energy, serve
eggs or meat. Milk will supply
calcium. To round out the energy PHONE NUMBER IS
I I' needs and add Important iron
and vitamins, serve enriched and 437-3394
Served 6 Years In the Legislature
I whole grain breads such as rolls,
muffins, cereals, toast, waffles,
Flagler County Business Man pancakes.How -
can you add interest to ,
Serve hot cereal with sliced : AnnouncingMy
VOTE FOR AND ELECT
peaches, cooked prunes, pine.
apple chunks or other fruit. Candidacy For 'Member
A. H. (Gus) CRAIG I berries.Try toasted waffles with straw. I : of the
Vary toast with a special butter
Board of Public Instruction
I spread. Blend equal amounts of
For House of Representatives butter with brown sugar or : District No. 3
honey; flavor with grated lemonor
Flagler and St. Johns CountiesPd. orange rind, cinnamon or Instant : Your Vote and Support Will Be Appreciated
coffee. : HOWELL V. PEAVY
Serve breakfast in the kitchen ,
( Political Adv.) buffet style. (Pd. Political Adv.)