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Title: The Flagler tribune
Physical Description: Newspaper
Language: English
Publisher: s.n.
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Place of Publication: Bunnell Fla
Creation Date: April 14, 1966
Publication Date: -1981
Frequency: weekly
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Subjects / Keywords: Newspapers -- Bunnell (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Flagler County (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
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Spatial Coverage: United States -- Florida -- Flagler -- Bunnell
Coordinates: 29.4675 x -81.256944 ( Place of Publication )
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Dates or Sequential Designation: Began in 1917?
Dates or Sequential Designation: -69th year, no. 36 (Sept. 3, 1981).
General Note: Mrs. M.B. Fuller, editor.
General Note: Description based on: Vol. 43, no. 20 (June 2, 1955).
Funding: Funded by NEH in support of the National Digital Newspaper Project (NDNP), NEH Award Number: PJ-50006-05
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Preceded by: St. Johns tribune
Succeeded by: Palm Coast news
Succeeded by: Flagler/Palm Coast news-tribune

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54, NO. 15 BUNNELL, FLORIDA, THURSDAY, APRIL 14, 1966 2.50 A YEAR

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Lions Club Award AIR FORCE TAKINGNONGRADUATES Passion Play HIGH SCHOOL GRADS I Flagler County

QUALIFIED FOR THE
Presented To Ends Winter Cancer Crusade
The Daytona Beach Air Force AEROSPACE TEAM ,

PublishersThe recruiting that the office restrictions announced on en today Season SundayOnly Opportunity! Available to you Begins Friday''

high school In elec-
grads.
Bunnell Lions Club honor. listing non-high school graduates three performances remain The Flagler County Cancer
tronics missile .
ed Mr. and Mrs. M. B. Fuller, have been temporarily lift: on the schedule of the operations Crusade will begin Friday eve
.
Editor and Publisher, of The ed. Since late September those Black Hills Passion Play winter Intelligence weather, engineering ning with a house to house

Flagler Tribune, at their lunch young men without a high season at the Lake Wales Amphi opportunities to' learn drive. The Bunnell Fire Department .
the .
school have been de. theatre where the technology of tomorrow
eon meeting Tuesday. They got diploma performancesare will signal the beginningof
an award, seated on a walnut ferred for enlistment. 'I concluded for 1966 on Sun. vital aerospace skills. the drive at 7:30, publicity
Apply: United States Air
plaque, reading "In Appreciation Presently, a young man who day. chairman, Mrs. Joy Steflik said
Presented to The Flagler has not completed his high I II They are Thursday and Sat. Force. For those of high school today.

Tribune for outstanding cover- I school education and is not currently urday at 7:3d: : : p::. m. and the age .there are more than 40 I Mrs. Steflik also announced
enrolled in school be II final twilight presentation Sun possible career fields .and a
age of our projects and activities may the following list of workers for
since 1949. The Bunnell Lions accepted for enlistment if other day at 6 p. m. chance to complete a college education I the Crusade:

Club, April 12, 1966." wise qualified. I As the season approaches Its while in the Air Force.! U. S. 1: Hattie King, Donna
'
President John Seay appointed Those young men affected by end, attendance is nearing the The Air Force offers unique opportunities Wadsworth, Barbara Pache.

Past President L. H. Church, 1 II this new change and who feel' record of 1965 when more than to apply your spec. Moody Blvd., Janet Shields,
as chairman of the nominating that they can qualify are urgedto 37,000 spectators saw the Passion ial skills and knowledge to the Laura Morris.

committee. Lion Fred Fruits reported contact the Daytona Beach Air Play. challenging problems of the Deen Road, Janice Murray,
they have had recently 3 Force Recruiting Office, 221 Bay The outdoor drama is sponsored Aerospace age. Marie Muzyka.

eye examinations, furnished street, or call 253.9671 for full i as a civic project by a The man to see is TSGT Dick Railroad and Bay Street, Kathy

three pairs of eye glasses and information. nonprofit Lake Wales organization. Maves at 221 Bay Street, Daytona Knight, Mary Jo Seale.

two are In the process of exam '. Its professional cast is sup. Beach, oc call 254.9671 for Colony Park, Shirley Chambers.

inations. Scott Kelly HereWednesday ported by many local volunteersand complete information on how Midway,Park, Linda Dupont.
Jack Clegg was named to combined they total as you may become a part of the I Federal Housing Project Geneva

serve as Secretary until the For many as 150 performers. Aerospace- Team.Bunnell Rodgers.

election of officers, filling the va I Following the conclusion of Church and Pine Street, Carol
cancy when Jim Krantz movedto the last performance, the Pas Jean Atkinson.
TourScott Eastern
Speaking
Orlando. : sion Play will ,move to Spear- Cherry, Moore and Anderson,

Jimmy Kelly announced plansfor Kelly, candidate for Governor fish, S. D., for its summer sea. Star To Observe Dorothy Barber, Hester Allison.
the light bulb sale which will brought his campaign to son, which st< rts in June. The Bacher and Chapel Street,

be coming up soon. Money from Flagler County Wednesday with Play has been ;presented in the 50th Margaret Taylor.
the light bulb sale is used on the speaking engagements at Bun. Black Hills fo ::28 years and in Anniversary Orange, Lemon, Fig, Palmetto,

sight conservation program of nell and Flagler Beach. He was Lake Wales fOIL 14.Mosquit6 I j Bunnell Chapter No. 93 Order Lambert, Howe Streets, Kathryn

the Club. honored guest at a buffet at the I of Eastern Star will observe the Perryman, Inez Manual.

Guests present Included Jack home of Mr. and Mrs. Harry At. 50th anniversary of the Charter- Palm, Magnolia, Rldgewood,

Finch of Kenosha, Wis., Lavon kinson at 12:30: District Ing of the Chapter on April 19. Bette McDanlel, Rosemary
Donaldson of the Highway de. i At 1:10: he spoke at the Courthouse An Open Meeting will be held Brown.

, partment, Flynn Edmonson, Don I and flew by helicopter to Preparing For at 8 o'clock p. m., in the Masonic Forsythe, Stone, Court, and
Douglas of the Yoh Co., Rev. Flagler Beach where he spoke in Temple, Worthy Matron Myra 10th Street, Arlene Knight.
Oliver Taylor pastor of the First the City Park at 1:30. Summer Combat Ellen Wadsworth said today. Bimini, Mary Tucker.
-' Methodist Church, and Mr. and Rev. Shelton Brooks is the Haw Creek, Doris Tucker.
The East Flagler Mosquito l Espanola, Phylis Hlrschl.
Mrs. M. B.:Fuller. Worthy-Patron of the-Chapter. .
A film "The Road To The Bunnell Methodist Control District is preparing with Mrs. Wadsworth said the meet. Flagler' 'Beach, BeSsfe Thlel, ...
Moon" from the Film Library of the approach of summer weather Peggy Wells.
ing will be open and will honor
the University of Florida was I Church to combat those pesky mos. Charter Members, Past Matrons Korona, Betty Jo Strickland.

shown. It was secured by pro. quitoes. We are preparing in and Past Patrons of the Chapter. Following the Drive workers
gram chairman, L. H. Church. Rev. Oliver F. Taylor. Pastor every way possible.The All members, former members will meet at the home of the
I
Board would like to again I
PreparednessA 'and their friends and family are Crusade Chairman, Mrs. Robert
great question of today Is urge parents to watch their children invited to attend the meeting.She Cook to turn in the money and
how do we stay spiritually pre. when fogging trucks go by also said there will be a have refreshments.
Democratic pared for life. One answer to and keep them off the streets. It presentation of a fifty year pin Anyone wishing to contributeto
this Is is extremely hazardous as the
to Christianityby
practice
the Crusade senu their
and also a 25 year pin duringthe may
Committee practicing Christianity and dense fog makes it impossible I program. contribution to Mrs. Robert Cook, I
sensitive Christ to see the children and while our
being to daily. Following the refresh. Crusade Chairman, Bunnell. I
OfficeThe The old -adage that absence drivers are alert and cautious program
Opens ments will be served during the
makes the heart grow fonder I others are sometimes not. I
social hour.
Flagler County Demo. only holds when there is a com Also, again we ask that you Flagler
County
cratic Executive Committee has munication or sensitively which please check your backyards for

opened up a headquarters of. helps the relationship to grow. old tires, tin cans or plants i' Educational Level
fice in the Idleson Building on Therefore, If we are going to be which hold water, as all such PVT. ROBERT MATHEN

Moody Boulevard for the con spiritually prepared for life we places are mosquito breeding ConsideredBy
venience of all Democratic Can. k:4' Mr. and Being
are going to have to keep a com spots. ,.
didates. Your cooperation in keepingall 'f. I Mrs. Rich.
munication with God through M <* Irma Parker
>** =t1 iiKrrw::: a rd Mat-
Coley Mitchell is spending a debris cleared will be
prayer, and practice our Christ away The Florida Develpoment Com
lot of time keeping the office op. ianity by keeping ourselves ac deeply appreciated by the Mos- hen of mission, Mr. Charles W. Campbell

en during week days. quainted with Christ daily. It Is quito Control Board. Favoretta Chairman, has published

All Democratic Candidates are so easy to fall into a pattern of'' have information concerning the population
invited to use the office, to leave life that lets our Christian lights t been ad. and Its many facets of I

e their cards and political campaign flicker or burn intermittantly.We Reba l. Vised that employment, selected age groups
Lyon their son,
materials there for dis must let our lights so shine percentage wise, race and sex,
tribution, members of the com before men that we glorify our Pvt. Rob. education, marketing areas, and "
mittee said.INTERNAL. God; as Christians we cannot be: Killed OnHighway .....; ert Mathen population density by counties.
has been selected to undergo In.
unprepared and let our lights This shows Flagler's 1964 pop ,
AlA I tense specialist training course
I go out. Christ warned againstthis. ulation was 5,300; 483 square
for eight weeks. The of
REVENUE Matthew 25:8: "Our lampsare Reba L. Lyon, seven year old the course is to give purpose selected miles land area; 11.0 populationper
out ." square mile; 30.8 percent
gone daughter of Mr .and Mrs. LewisE. soldiers specialized skills in
REMINDS TAXPAYERSThe White Male, 31.1 percent white
Lyon of Long Beach, N. J., preparation for their permanent
Internal Revenue Service FSC Club Will, was killed instantly about 7:30: duty assignments.Pvt. Female; 19.5 perecnt nonwhite I

said today that the Employer's Monday night on Highway AlA Mathen is receiving the male and 18.6 percent nonwhite ,
Quarterly Tax Return for Household Meet about half mile south of the female.
TuesdayThere special training at Fort Polk,
employees for the quarter I Flagler Beach Pier. She was Louisiana. He recently com Percentage of County popula
ended March 31, 1966 will be due will be a meeting of the crossing the highway when she pleted his basic training at Ft. tion In selected age groups are I

April 30, 1966. Flagler Senior Citizens Club next was struck by an automobile Benning, Ga., and received a 18 and under, 40.0 percent; 19
The Internal Revenue Service Tuesday evening, April 19, at traveling north. The driver of the Sharp Shooters award. to 44 years 30.8 percent; 45.64

also said that some of these I the clubroom in the Municipal car, David, Erhman of Decatur, Pvt. Mathen attended the Bun. years 19.5 percent; and 65 and

returns are being received using Building, Flagler Beach. Ga., turned the car on the side nell High School. He was in. over 9.7 percent.
the old rate of 7.1/4 percent The meeting will begin with a trying to avoid striking the ducted Into the army last No Percent of families with income .
the of at 6 o'clock. child, witnesses said. under is
whereas percentage wages carry-In supper eye vember. He recently visited here $3,000 per year
paid should be 8.4 percent, as Members are asked to bring a The child with her parentswere with his parents. 46.2. 200 persons ar unemployed,
revised by law effective Janu covered dish or dessert and enroute home after a vacation which is 12.5 percent of work

ary 1, 1966. table service. Coffee Is furnishedby in Florida.In force. There are 117 welfare cases
Be sure and check the form the Club. addition to the parents she The early Romans are report. which is 25.6 percent per 100 pop
942 and remit the correct amount Is survived by a sister, Delia. ed to have fed parsley to their ulation.

although the old form may say Tiny boats used In Florida's The body was forwarded to chariot horses In the belief it Educational level shows 537

7.1/4 percent. By doing so, those Cypress Gardens' water ski show Ashbury Park, N. J., for services. would make them speedy. Pars persons 25 years and over with
not submitting the correct amount clown acts are molded fiberglas Local arrangements were under ley was introduced into the Unit. less than 5 years education,
will not have to be billed I I "fivverboats" powered by John. the direction of Craig Funeral ed States during the early daysof which is 22.1 percent of adult

for the difference due. son outboard motors. Home. colonization. (Continued on page 10)



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PAGE TWO I" THE FLAGLER TRIBUNE, BUNNELL, FLORIDA Thursday, April 14, 1966

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Weed Control points out. are formed right On By, thejear 2000, three of Subscribe to Th YW' TribuneSXSO I IV KNTII TUB JUDICIAL CIRCUIT COURT CIRCUIT, SEV:IN

the machine. As the machine I I I.every five 'Veterans In civilian A Year lIP Advance II I AND FLORIDA.FOR FLAGLER COUNTY,

The Easy WayYou shifts to add or substract stitches life will be World War II veterans I IN CHANCERY NO. 5244

it produces two parallel rows and the other two will be ROBERT Plaintiff A. LAW, -

of "fashion marks' which are Korean Conflict veterans, the O. F. ALTTORD VII.ER1I1ESTINE. ,

need not face the unpleasant most visible on both sides of the VA predicts. Registered I Defendant LAW,

chore of pulling each weed arm-hole seams. The stitches between I Broker t NOTICE

out of your lawn by hand when the marks are parallel to REQUEST SCHOOL FOR nUt CHASSIS BIDS; FOR I Real Estate I 11111 FLORIDA THE NAME OF THE STATE OF

these pesky pants can be con. the seams while those outside The Flagler County Board of : BuxuulL Florida I TO: ERNESTINE LAW
trollled chemicals that.i .... ADDRESS UNKNOWN
by known as Public Instruction request
the marks run at on angle to the bid school bus chassis YOU ARE HEREBY REQUIRED
you on one (1)
herbicides.Dr. seams. I I for mounting: a 66 capacity IN TUB CIRCUIT {' SEV'ENTi1 to file and serve your answer to the
school bus body, having the wheelbase JUDICIAL CIRCUIT NTIi"TAT" Complaint filed herein against you
Granville Horn, associate Since full-fashioned sweatersare length, minimum gross vehicle I AND FOR FLA .LER ]". in the above entitled cause on or
turf technologist with the agricultural weight rating, front and rear suspension -I : OK FLORIDA.IIAN before the 30th day of April, A. D
more expensive to make, cut (axle) capacity, tire and (' <;BUY fro. \-"*. 1965, upon the Clerk of the Circuit
experiment stations said and rim size, front and rear spring capacities REBECCA OLOA PICERELLI, Court, Flagler County, Florida, and
sewn styles are sometimes motor size and special and I Plaintiff, and a copy upon Messrs. Black
today that new research on vo- designed with imitation fashion optional equipment specified on VII. Cobb, Cole & Crotty. Plaintiff attorney -

rious combinations of herbicidesis this bid request PETER JOHN PICERELLI, herein, whose address la 444
marks. Bidder must name make, model North Beach Street Daytona Beach
pointing the way to more I and motor and differential ratio NOTIcVfnTOnAPPEAR AND Florida.
Miss Dickenson says this can i combination to meet the prescribed DEFEND THE FLAGLER TRIBUNE, Bun
complete control of grassy and be detected because the stitchesrun requirements Each bid must be IN THE NAME OF THE STATEOF nell, Florida, It hereby designated
broadleaf weeds that plague so sealed and marked "Bid on School FLORIDA: t aa the newspaper In which this notice
I the same direction on both Bus Equipment" and delivered or TO: Peter John Plcerelll shall be published once a week
lawn areas and their own- the office of I' for four (4) consecutive
many mailed ao as to reach 30 Fir lade Street week
sides of the fake fashion marks. the Board of Public Instruction atBunnell Riverside, Rhode l'and I HEREIN FAIL NOT OR A DE-

ers.Three Both types of sweaters are Florida, prior to 10:00 AM YOU ARE HEREBY REQUIREDto CREE PRO CONFESSO WILL BE
types of herbicides are May 10. 1966 A cashier's check, i file your answer or other defenses ENTERED AGAINST YOU FOR
equally washable. Check themanufacturer's treasurer's check, certified check or to the Complaint herein with SUCH FAILURE
available: pre-emergence to control bank draft of any national or state I I MIL A. SMYTHB. Clerk of the The nature of thla suit is a Dill
tag to see bank representing 2% of the net Florida, on for Divorce.
weeds before to ?
they begin whether a sweater should be F.O.B. factory price of all chassis I Circuiteothe 0thnday of May A, I WITNESS my hand and seal at

grow, post emergence to con : must accompany bid ; guarantee sudsed by hand or laundered by for faithful Chaalrll", of this I thereof onnor beforevsaid date this 22nd day of March A. D. 1966,
trol weeds after they appear, I machine. contract to be returned to all except I Glllesple. Glllesple and Hall, plaint E A. 8m ythe. Clerk of the
and non-selective 'herbicides to the successful bidder after an '. attorneys, whose address Is Circuit Court Flagler Coun
award Is made and to the success ,I t 3 North Causeway, New Smyrla I ty, Florida,
destroy all plant growth. I ful bidder when the terms of the Beach Florida. HEREIN FAIL NOT (SEAL) By Deputy Harvey
contract have been met.
Because of the many productsand PETERSON TEXACO purchase Any proposal pertaining to bid ; WILL BE DECREI2 TERECAGAINST I March 31, April 7. 14, 21.Clerk 4tc.

possible herbicide combinations of equipment, terms or conditions YOU FOR SUCH FAILURE.
SERVICE In addition to that outlined In the The nature of this suit is to secure I NOTICE OF INTENTION TO
Dr. Horn said it is important bid request must be by separate an absolute divorce. REGISTER FICTITIOUS: NAME
ROAD SERVICE proposal attached as an addendumto WITNESS my hand and seal at
that the right chemicals bid. All references to national County Florida In compliance with House Bill No.
weed'control Light Mechanic Work standards to the 1959 Revised Bunnell. Flagler 1175, Chapter 20963, Laws of Florida -
be used for each are this 6th r MYTHE1966.Clerk Acts of
Phone 437.3441 2umuU Edition, Nat Conf on School dEMILAA. 1941 aa amended, the
problem. Otherwise, a discoloredor which establishes l iradare Circuit Court, undersigned will register with the

I a part of the basic specifications w.-Qie-. ... C'nuntv---...._. -Florida.n____. Clerk of the Circuit Court in and
turf be the for
damaged re Flagler County, Florida
may when an item la not specifically (Seal) upon

sult. Consult your garden supply queet. mentioned in this bid re- By /S/ Julia Deputy R.Clerk Harvey I this receipt notice of proof the following of publication fictitious of

store first. Also your county BOOKKEEPINGSERVICE A. VARIABLE SPECIFICATIONS April 142128and May S-4tc name: Eastern Sales Promotion,
ADJUSTED TO MINIMUM REQUIREMENTS located at 2560 So Ocean Shore
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agent may be able to give you FOR ABOVE PU.I'lL IN THE CIlIf't'IT COI'HT OKKLAGLER Blvd. Flagler Beach, Florida. under
additional Information! LOAD BODY SIZE COUNTY, FLORIDA.IN which we will engage In the business
1. Cowl to center line rear axle IIANCERY No. 523$. of Sales Promotions and that
Pre-emergence herbicides have Min. 229 Inches CLIFFORD C. WILLIAMS. the undersigned are the only persona
the 2. Gross vehicle weight rating. Plaintiff Interested In said business
advantage of effectively TYPING Min. 20,400 pounds Dated at Bunnell. Florida, this

killing germinating seeds of INCOME TAX 3. Front suspension (axle) cap ROSA OWENS WILLIAMS. 4th day of April A. D. 1966.
Min. 7,000 pounds Defendant HOWARD
E. COUNTS
many annual grass and broad- NOTARY PUBLIC 4. Rear axle I capacity. Mln 17- NOTICE TO DEFEND DOLORES I* COUNTS
000 pounda. STATE OF FLORIDA TO:
leaf weeds before they can com THE April T.14.21.28-4tp
B. OPTIONAL EQUIPMENT AND/ ROSA OWENS WILLIAMS, whose
pete with turfgrass for moisture, Bea Walters OR SERVICE DESIRED BY COUNTY place of residence and post office IN CIRCUIT COURT OF THE
address are unknown B\nVTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT
nutrients, 'and sunlight. These 1. Tires: Tube type. You are hereby notified that a IV AND FOR FLAGLBR COUN-

herbicides are effective only in 707 Lambert Ave 2. Service and mechanical adjustment suit has been filed against you In TY, FLORIDA. IN CHANCERY.
not required by dealer the above entitled cause, and you NOTICES OF SUIT
preventing new weeds from becoming Phone 437-3854 3. Bid on 6 cylinders and 8 cylinders are hereby required to file your answer Chancery No. B281:
with the Clerk of this Court, ORDER OF PUBLICATION
established, especially in Rights are reserved to reject any and to serve a. copy thereof upon ANN PETRITIS

newly planted lawns. --- ---- and all bids Incomplete bids will the plaintiff or plaintiff attorney, ,I Plaintiff
not be considered Acceptance will
IIIOH whose name and address la:
The herbicide atrazine REQUEST FOR be subject to Inspection by the PETRITIS
prepared Notice la hereby given that the RICHARD O WEINBERG JOSEPH ,
Board its Successfulbidder
for homeowner has Board of Cunty Commissioners of or agents Weinstein Weinberg & Defendant.
use
proven If will be notified within
any Weinstein IN THE
will sealed NAME OF
Flagler County, receive THE STATE
5 days after bid is accepted. Delivery
effective in 25 Orange Street OF
pre-emergence bids up to the 2nd day of May A FLORIDA:
D. 1966, at the hour of 9:00: A. M. of completed bus as loon aa St. Augustine, Florida, TO: JOSEPH PETRITIS whose res-
control of
most and broad-
grassy In the office of the Clerk of the possible not later than May 14th. A. DI960 .. Idence is unknown, however, his

leaf weeds in St. Augustine, zoy- Circuit Court In the Flagler County ,HAROLD,EMERY.Chalimnn Board ,of Public last known mailing address la:
Courthouse for the following If you fall to to do decree pro 3088 North Oleander
Chicago 111inola
-
sia, and centipede grass. It also L. Gas for the Courthouse, Instruction,' confesso will be entered against .
St kde and Jail for a period of! ATTEST: you for the relief demanded in the You are hereby
required to file
f' has HARRIS JRSuperintendent :
geen post-emergence action COY O ,
bill of complaint. The nature of
with
one (1) year from the date of acceptance of of Court your
Public hetcfl
I on many of these weeds. of bid. Instruction said suit being for "> the llthlt Complaint
' The Board reserve the right to DIVORCE filed herein against In the
This you above
chemical is not recommended any and all blda April 14-He WITNESS my hand and seal of entitled cause on or before the 25th
reject
for use on bahla or bermuda at Bunnell Florida, this NOTICE said Court this 6th day of April day of D, 1966 and serve
A. D 1966. thereof
12th day of April, A. D. 1966. acopy
OSSINSKY &
Notice I Is upon
I that -
because turf COUNTY COMMISSIONERS etzlI pursuant E. A SMYTHE GEORGE
result. BOARD OF
injury may to motto I made, seconded Clerk of said Circuit plaintiff's attorney herein
: The residual action of this herbicide FLORIDA OF FLAQLER and carried, by the Board of Court. whose address Is 500 North
COUNTY. Oleander
County Commissioners of Flagler Avenue Daytona Beach,
Official Seal
( )
will control weed seeds as ALFRED Chairman.11. TUCKER : County, Florida, at a. Regular By /S/Julla R. Harvey. BUNE"Florida, "THE FLAGLER TRI
i Meeting of salt\ Board held on the Deputy Clerk Is hereby designated as the
they germinate for as long as E.ATTEST A. 8MYTHE.: Clerk I 4th day of April A. D 1966, Inspectors April 14. 21-28 and May 5-4tcIV newspaper In which this order shall
be published
six months after application. and Clerks of each Election once a week -top i
Board of County Commissioners
District or Precinct In Hag- TIIR COUNTY; Jl'D<.B'S COURT, consecutive weeks HEREIN FAIL
DSMA or related arsenials can I of Flakier County, Florida.April 14, and. 21 I ler County, Florida were appointedand IV AND FOR FLAf.LKIl COUNTY, NOT OR A DECREE PRO CONAGAINST -

be used for voting places or polling J placesfor FLORIDA YOU FOR ENTERED
post-emergence control
inns KH AJlt-C'OSIUTIONER each Election I District I or Pre PROBATE. Sit SUCH FAIL-
of grassy weeds in bermuda at; cinct In Flagler County, Florida In RE: Estate of URE.
The
and zoysia turf These The Board of County Commissioners were designated for the First Primary WALTER EUGENE KNIGHT, JR.. for divorce.nature of this suit la a bill
only. Election to be held Tues
of Flagler County, Florida on also known as W E. Knight,
herbicides will kill St. Augustine Is Interested In receiving sealedbids day the 3rd of May A D 1966, thesaid Deceased Runnell WITNESS, My hand and seal at
Board of County Commissioners NOTICE TO CREDITOR Flagler County, Florida,
for supplying and
centipede, and bahiagrass. Air-Conditioning Unit Installingan for the of Plagler County, Florida, having All creditors of the estate of Walter this 22nd day of March A. D.. 1966.
Courtroom Chamber Welfare appointed the following I named Eugene Knight Jr. also knownas EMIL A. SMYTHE
Judge's
Non-selective herbicides
are Office and Supervisor of Election persons as Inspectors and Clerks W E Knight, deceased, are As Clerk Circuit Court,
useful for killing all growth in Office located on the second respectively, ana having designatedthe hereby notified and required to file (Official Flagler Seal County Florida
floor of the Hagler County Court following voting or polling any claims or demands which they )
industrial areas and for edging house at Bunnell. places for said Election: may have against said estate, in the By JULIA R. HARVEY,
BIds will I Prrclnee No. I office of the County Judge of Flag nDeputy Clerk.
around buildings.Naturally be received until 9:00 Mar. 24,
A. M. Monday May 2nd 1966, at the Vote In the County Commissioners ler oultYB Florida In the Courthouse and Apr. 7, 14, 4tc.
the most important office of the Clerk of the Circuit Room In Flagler County Court Florida, withinsix TilE
house, Tunnel), Florida (6) calendar months from \ CIRCUIT COURT SEV-
Court, Flagler County Courthouse, the
phase of weed control preven Bunnell Pearl Woods, Geneva Rodgers, date of the first publication of this ENTII JUDICIAL CIRCUIT. IN

tion. A dense, healthy turf properly The Board reserves the right to Beatrice White Myra. Wadsworth, notice. Each claim or demand must FLORIDA.AND FOR IV FLAGLBR COUNTY,
and InspectorsIsabelle be in writing and CHANCERY;
reject any all blda : I must state the
maintained will prevent ALFRED R TUCKER, Barrow f'lfrk.1'rt't'lnt't place of residence and post office BIRDINE: MARSHALL
...
Chairman, Board of County \ :2 address of the claimant and must JOHNSON,
weeds from gaining a foothold. Commissioners of Flagler Vote in the Hagler Beach Recreation be sworn to by the claimant, his Plaintiff.CHARLESVJOHNSON.
County, Florida. Center, Hagler Beach, Flor agent or attorney or such claimor
ATTEST: Ida. demand will become void and ,
E A. SMYTHE. Clerk, Doris Fllklns. Mildred Sergeant be forever barred according to law. Defendant
Are
You
A Smart
BOARD OF COUNTY COMMISSIONERS Lydia'K Robinson, Anna M. Buo- Dated at Bunnell, Flagler County, DIVORCE
OF FLAGLER COUNTY no Inspectors Florida I this 29th day of March, THE NOTICE TO APPEAR
FLORIDA April 14-21 Bessie Thiel, Clerk. A. D 1966 STATE OF FLoRIDA, TO:
Sweater Shopper? Precinct No. :1 sLeon M. Knight CHARLES JOHNSON
nl'QU"; FOIl 1111)4 FOR ItI Vote In Community Halt Haw As Executrix of the Last Will Whose residence and
.',UU AT ('AUVt 1t IIIOH Creek, Hngler County. Florida and Testament of Walter Eugene Post Office Address
Are you a smart shopper? For SCHOOL CAFETBRIA. Taudy Bowden Mae Klefer, Bar Knight Jr, also known You are hereby .
Instance do The Flagler County Board of bara Cody, Inspectoia us W E. Knight: deceased notified that a
know the difference suit
for
you Public Instruction requests bids on Doris Tucker, Clerk ISHAM W. ADAMS divorce has been filed
between a cut-and-sewn repairing of the screens of Carver Precinct No. 3-A 121 Broadway against yOU In the above entitled
High School Cafeteria For specifications Vote In Church Hall, Korona, Daytona Beach, Florida cause and you are hereby required
to
sweater and a full-fashioned and additional Information Flagler County, Florida.Antoinette Attorney for the Estate whole serve upon Pontiff's Attorney.
sweater? contact the Olflce of the Superintendent Slovak.. Mary Myzan- April T.14.21.28-Hc hereon name and address appear
of Public Instruction. In, Alice Lyslak, Inspectors Your written defense, if
Cut-and-sewn sweaters are Each bid must be sealed and Sophie Smlglelskl Clerk: IN TUB CIRCUIT COURT SEV any to the Bill etfre Complaint in
marked "Bid on Cafeteria," and delivered I'rerlnrt .No. 4 ENTH JllliriAL CIRCUIT IV Anriitt on or the 23rd day
made from pieces that have or mailed ao aa to reach Vote In j 1t. Johns Park CommunIty AND FOR FLAGLFR COUNTY, of fellllo 1966, else decree pro con-
been cut from a knitted fabric the office of the Board of Public Hall St. Johns Park, Flagler FLORIDA IV CIIAVCERY. WITNESS will be entered against you.
Instruction at Bunnell. Florida, County, Florida. No. (12-10. my
and then sewn together, says prior to 10:00: A. M. May 10 1966 Joan Harper, Alleen Harding NEAL REMINGTON SIMMONS, ; 1.Court thl. 2l8t daynof March,
Rights ore reserved to reject any' Mary Harding Inspectors Plaintiff,
Miss Elizabeth Dickenson, clothing and all bidaHAROLD. Dorothy Salyerds. Clerk VI. E. A. SMYTHE
, EMERY Prrrlaet No. ..-\. EURIKA SIMMONS Clerk of said Court
r and textiles specialists, Chairman Board ot Public Vote In Masonic Hall. Bunnell, Defendant (SEAL)

Florida Agricultural Extension Instruction. Flagler County Florida DIVORCE By /SI Julia R. Harvey
COY O HARRIS, JR. Amorette Wells, Jennie Green, NOTICE TO APPEAR W. Deputy Clerk
Service. Grace Wray.. Inspectors THE X. WADWRTH
STATE
Superintendent of Public OF FLORIDA, TO: P.
O.
Nina Splvey, Clerk Box 896
Full-fashioned Instruction. EURIKA SIMMONS
sweaters' she
ATTEST Precinct No. B Whose residence and Post Bunnell Florida
April 14-Itc Vote In Community Hall Espanola Office Address are un Attorney for Plaintiff
Flagler County, Florida known. Mar. 24. 31. and Apr. 7, 14, 4tc.
Maulse McKenney, Betty Dur- You are hereby notified that
rance, Betty Hawkins, Inspectors suit for divorce has been filed a
Agnes West, Clerk. against you In the above entitled
BUDDY KNOX Pr* 'la 't No. 3-A
Vote In Johnson cause and you are hereby required iXbr 31fllgltr iIIribuntBUNNELlL
Building AlA to serve upon Plaintiffs Attorney
Highway Marlneland. Florida, name and address
YOUR ATLANTIC DEALER Ruth Woods whereon appear
Ruth Yelvlngton. your written defense if FLORIDA
Opal Bel grave, Inspectors any to the Bill of
Complaint In said
Bunnell Atlantic Service Station Coley D. Mitchell, Clerk. suit. on or before the 23rd day of
By order of the Board of County April, 1968 else decree pro con- MR3. M. B FULLER Editor
Commissioners of Flagler County, will be
Day Phone 437-3652 Florida In regular meeting at Bun fe'h entered against aroi
U. S. Highway 1 O nell Flagler County, Florida this said ICourtgthis 21st daand Designated B wsD "r for all

Night| Ph. 437-3944 4th day 1L1i.: .D TUCKER 19K6 A. D. 1 9 0 v. E. A. SMYTHE. March Legal AdTerlbU

Chairman of the Board of
REPAIR, REBUILD GENERATORS, STARTERS County Commissioners of By Clerk: Is/ Julia of said R. Harvey Court Entered a. second class matter
Flagler County Florida February S. Uti, at the post-
AND CARBURETORS : ATTEST AND COUNTY COM (SEAL) Deputy Clerk. ofRce at Bunnell Florida uDder
MISSIONERS SEAL AFFIXED: W. L. WADSWORTH Act of March I, 117.
24 Hour Heavy Duty Wrecker Service E. A. SMYTHE. Clerk P. O. Box 896
Board of
County Commissioners Bunnell, Florida
of Flagler County, Florida. Attorney for Plaintiff Owe year .2oM

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Time To TrimPoinsettias are other cultural practices to If you use an 8.8.8 fertilizer He points out that this pinch.
keep In mind when prunlng..Remove analysis, apply about 1% poundsfor ing or pruning "should be con.
any dead canes that have each 100 square feet. The re tinued" until about Sept. 1. ,
been Injured by frost. or killed searcher says these applicationsshould When the days are short enough
Now's the time to prune any by freeze. "In some cases, this I II be repeated three or four I for the poinsettias to start bud. ggE s
poinsettias you have around the may even mean cutting back to times during the summer ding. R
yard. I the ground line when there have! months. The first application "If the gardener keeps on
been severe freezes," he says. should be given "when new pruning after Sept. 1, each time
"The plants should be cut
I growth starts" following pruning he prunes, he'll be taking off the
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back 18 Inches to two feet from Poinsettias usually begin to "
flower buds, Dr. Sheehan says.
the ground line," says Tom Sheehan sprout and show signs of good The experiment stations scientist
associate horticulturist with growth within a few weeks after Homeowners should also pruneor recommends that when
Florida's Agricultural Experiment they've been pruned. However, "pinch off any new growth pruning off the new growth during Prompt Service
stations. much of the growth depends on
during the summer months which the summer months, to take
The reason for pruning Is to the temperature.Dr. has reached 8.10 inches high. off the "top two leaves" on the .
get a compact plant. This results I Sheehan says poinsettias "This pinching gives a. nicely cane. The Flagler TribunePhone
In more flowers, Sheehan I should be fertilized like regular compact plant and in turn gives
says. garden plants-an 8.8.8 or 6.6.6 you more flowers," Dr. Sheehan Subscribe to The Flcrgltr Tribune 437-3282 I II II II
The specialist explains there I type of fertilizer will do the job. says. I S2.S4 Year In Advance "


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How To room rln; ,I throughout hood. his life into adult I II j jI Subscribe to The Flagler Tribune, $2.50 Yearly iii Advance',
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United are Most picked States at t when. If J

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h banks. During his 24 years with the State Treasurer's office, ,
Broward Williams has worked with just about every bank in I
; Q the State; in many cases, it was Broward Williams who helped .I
them set up their first automated record.keeping systems. I
Broward William's banking experience he been Invaluable to him .
in helping the State Treasurer's office keep pace with the I
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competent, knowledgeable representation of INA
big boost to tho economy .: your interests in this specialized field. JOB IT TAKES
of government. Vote to keep proven experience A LIFETIME TO I
The brewing industry each year contributes over in a job it takes a lifetime to learn. LEARN
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taxes. Wages and salaries in the brewing industry KEEP H
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are descendants of daring sea'
New Zealand'sMaoris
I farers who migrated from central
Polynesian Islands of the
ClingTo Pacific. Tracing Maori origins, 20,000
ethnologist Sir Peter Buck surmised -
that his Maori ancestors !I
WI N
Traditions once lived in Indonesia. "During II |
I their stay in Indonesia," he spec TOP VALUE STAMPS
New Zealand's Maoris-"Vik I ulated, "the sea salt entered
of the Sunrise" have
ings [their blood and changed them
weathered the tides of modern from landsmen to seamen. When i I NO OBLIGATION-NOTHING TO BUY

civilization. the pressure of the Mongoloid
Unlike many minority peoples, people pouring in from the main FLA. GRADE "A" WHOLE
the Maoris have managed to the STEWING
land became oppressive
their traditions and culture
keep their Saveronpon
turned
Polynesians gaze
alive, the National Geographic
towards the east and started one
Society says.Captain of the greatest adventures of HENS lb. 2S
James Cook,who visited man "
the Maoris in 1869, said:
"They sing with some degree of Relying on frail open canoes,
melody the traditions of their and guided only by stars, trade
(Limit ((2)) please
forefathers, their actions in war, winds, and currents, the Poly Cut out and have the
and other subjects." I nesian migrants navigated thousands cashier stamp coupon and
The old songs have not been of miles. An old Maori (FLAVOR AGED CHOICE) save ((8)) in 10 week pe
'' forgotten. Singing remains such I proverb says: "Waves of the riod.
'V a vital force in Maori life that ocean are breasted by the bow CHUCK
almost every gathering Is accompanied I of the canoe; waves of men are Receive 800 Free Stampsat
: by appropriate music. surmounted by human courage." end of 10 week period
Maori wood carving has not ROAST 581' and be eligible for 20,000
deteriorated. Communal meet. Uncovers a Shangri-La Lb. Stamp Drawing April 30,
The Maoris settled on NewZealand's
1966.
inghouses at the Bay of Plenty,
Rotorua, and on the east coast North Island aboutA. (FLAVOR AGED CHOICE)
D. 1350. The first Europeanto COUPON No. 8
' between East Cape'and Glsborne,
display the elaborately carved, the discover Dutch explorer,their Shangri-La Abel TasmanIn was CHUCK STEAK Lb. 59'' Coupon void after 418.66
double spiral motif perfected by
1642. More than a century
the Maoris.
passed before Captain Cook set
y An Unusual Treaty foot in New Zealand. (FLAVOR AGED CHOICE)
Preservation of Maori cultureis LEAN (Center Cut)

largely due to an extraordinary Discovery of gold drew adventurers '
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peace treaty signed at traders, and missionariesto
Waltangi by Maori chiefs and New Zealand. As the nuggets Lb.
British settlers In 1840. dwindled, men settled down to CHOPS 79 e
Under the pact, sovereigntywas farm. Land disputes with the ALL-MEAT
ceded to the British Crownin Maoris developed into armed
return for a guarantee of tribal clashes. STEW Lb. 69'FIRST
r lands. A National Geographic CUT
r article said: "The progressive The English soon found that
document, for the first time in the supposedly primitive tribes LEAN MEATY PORKSHORT
the history of British colonization men had a genius for war. Less .
t approached the native In. than 250 Maoris fighting from CHOPSLbFOLGER'S Sge
RIBS Lb. 49
habitants of a country.as equals. burrows defeated nearly 2,000
And in spite of later armed conflict British troops equipped with I
the spirit behind the treaty modern arms and artillery.

was never entirely lost." Peace came-and prosperity.The (Reg. or Drip) SHURFINE (Plain or S. R.)
twin Islands of
Today, the Maori has equal present-day
status with Europeans In New New Zealand, once so distant
Zealand. His race has produced and inaccessible, can now be COFFEE 47 FLOUR Lb. ?
highly respected politicians, military reached comfortably in a few Bag
leaders, and scholars. hours aboard Air New Zealandor
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Mr. and Mrs. William' Repsick tion of bandmaster Howard Car- I I M. F. Wltely, who are friends of

I have been cafied to Philadelphia I son. Everyone is invited to at. I the Traver's and former residents

51a9fer d5each his father., Pa., due to the Illness of I tend. of Watertown.

Spending the Easter holidays I From the early days of sailing
MARINE PRIVATE I MYF WILL HOLD FB PTA ELECTS MRS. with Mr. and Mrs. Charles Meek I vessels, lime Juice has been on
ERICK KULESKI BAKE SALE BY I STRICKLAND PRESIDENTThe I Ing and family was Mrs. Sam I the regular ration of British

UNDERGOES TESTING POST OFFICE Flagler Beach Parent" Walts, Mrs. Meekins' mother, .sailors to prevent scurvy. From
I 'I i their large consumption of lime
from Deland. I II
Teacher
Marine Private Erick S. Ku. The MYF of the Flagler Beach Association met Wed.
leski, son of Mr. and Mrs. HarryF. Methodist Church will hold a nesday evening In the school I juice, British sailors" received the
cafetorlum with a good attend. I CANCER DRIVE AT FLAGLER'I'I, nickname, "limeys.
Kuleski Sr. of 619 HampshireAve. bake sale Saturday morning by -
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., Flagler Beach, Fla., has the Post Office beginning at 8:30.: ance. Officers for the new year BEACH NEXT
completed a week of testing and Proceeds will go to the purchase were elected and they were: Mrs. I Mrs. T. D. Wells and Mrs. Earl (
screening at the Naval Air Tech. : of the new altar service for the Harry Strickland, President; Mr. (Theil will be chairmen of the
nical Training Center, Memphis, new Church Sanctuary. The public Thomas Carmody, Vice president ( Cancer Drive in Flagler Beach I
Tenn. is invited to patronize them. ; Mrs. Willard Arnold, Sec. next Thursday, 6 to 8 p. m., April :
receiveda retary; and Mrs. Donald Kauf I 21st. All residents are asked to fi ...
During the week he
tests and GARDEN CLUB HEARS man, Treasurer. Installation will be mindful of this worthy drive
of
aptitude
was battery interviewed to determinehis I TWO SPEAKERS AND be May 3rd during the last meet. I when the volunteer workers call I II

eligibility for technical trainIng ELECTS OFFICERS Ing of the school year. at their homes next Thursday.
The program was presented by
him for duties I I
to '
prepare aviation i The Flagler Beach Garden W. E. Fennell's sixth grade stu Mr. and Mrs. Frank Brede had
with Marine
Corps 'I
units. I Club heard two guest speakers, dents. It was a "Musical Trip :: as their Easter Sunday dinner'
I Lyman Gage and County Agent Around the World" about many!I I guests, Mr. and Mrs. A. M. Tra : I
Don Jordan at their recent meet. foreign countries which the i ver, Sr. from Watertown, Conn. i iI i
Mr. and Mrs. Harry Dickinsonand ing.The class has been studying. The I I Later the Brede's and the Tray I II I
sons, James and Mark, are business meeting was pre class wrote the entire play Including I ers visited with Mr. and Mrs. '
spending a few days with his sided over by the President, Mrs. the words to some of the I,I
mother, Mrs. Sarah Dickinson.' Otis Magee. During the business I songs. I
They are from Windsor, N. Y. they re-elected Mrs. Magee as : On other business, Mrs. Robert I Dear Fellow Citizens of
I president. Others elected were I McDaniel, President, appointedMrs.

Mr. and Mrs. Henry Bross spent Mrs. Charles McCabe, 1st vice : Kenneth Whitney and Mrs.T. Flagler CountyI
the ,Easter Holidays in Miami president; Mrs. Albert Jungling, J. Miller ,to audit the books
visiting with their son in law I 2nd vice president; Mrs. Frank and the group voted to send AM ANNOUNCING MY CANDIDACY FOR

and daughter, Mr. and Mrs. Jim I Brede, recording secretary; Mrs.C. i $10.00 to the Daytona Beach COUNTY COMMISSIONER, DISTRICT 4

Purves and children, Buddy and I Strauser, corresponding secretary i I Junior College for the scholar YOUR VOTE AND SUPPORT WILL BE
Kevin. ; Mrs. G. Frank, treasurer. ship fund. GREATLY APPRECIATED
Installation of the new officers Besides the installation of new I

Mrs. L. A. Yelvington and I will be at the annual club picnic officers, at the next meeting, the SINCERELY,
at Tomoka Park. Mrs. Brede Beach I
sons, Kevin and Barry, spent the Flagler Elementary school J. B. PELLICER
Easter Holidays in Eau Gallie and Mrs. Jungling will install "Little Band" will present its
the officers. second (Pd Political Adv.)
with Mr. Yelvington. Mrs. Yel- program under the direc-
New members welcomed were ---
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vington Is a member of the Flag.
Mrs. Dorothy Reed and Mrs. S .
fv'
ler Beach School faculty. Mr.
Helen Jordan.
Yelvington Is with the J. M.
Club members set out a tree
Fields Company there.
in the park last week. It was

Mr. and Mrs.' George Moody given by Mrs. Magee. The Club '. You're never alone
will the beautification
begin soon on -
attended Gov. Haydon Burns
of the Post Office grounds.
Rally held at the Raceway in with a bedside phone.You've
Daytona Beach Saturday after. .
Mr. and Mrs. Charles E. Mc.
noon. They also visited the An. '
Cabe entertained at lunch re
nual Easter Parade In St. Augus a secure feeling. -
cently their friends Mr. and Mrs.
tine Sunday afternoon.COMMUNITY .
Thomas J. Broughton of Virgin.

MEMORIAL ia Beach, Va. -.,.. Knowing your neighbor. .

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CHURCH NEWS Mrs. T. J. Broughton Jr., and next door or your

Sunday Schol begins at 9:45a. : sons, Thomas, Charles, James, .
m. with the Worship Serviceat Edward, John and Robert spent
brother
11, with Rev. R. W. Dickert I. two days here with her parents, cross countryor
bringing the message. Thursday the Charles McCabes. The whole

evening (April 14)) the Ladles family motored to Jacksonvilleto most anyone is just a dial
Guild will serve a fried chicken meet Mr. Broughton who flew away.
supper in the Fellowship Hall In from his work, and after an
You
beginning at 6 p. m. The publicis over night visit with the Mc. can sleep better.
invited and a free will offer. Cabes they returned to their

ing will be taken. home in Cocoa Beach. Because you're. never alone
Last Sunday award emblemswere
given the following boys Mrs., V. W. Haines, Janet
and girls: 1 year Timothy Haw. Haines and Mrs. Beverly Hawkins with a bedside phone.What .

kins; 2 year, Scott Sheeler, Ann and young son, TimothyLee
Wilder, Douglas Goodwin, Joe spent the Easter holidaysIn ( else that costs so little gives you so much security?)
Miller and Roger Lee Goodwin; Fayetteville, N. C., visiting
7 year, Connie McDaniel; 8 year, with Mrs. R. E. Anderson and ,
Pam McDaniel, John and Arthur children, Andy, Scott, Donna and
McDaniel. Awards are given Linda. Mrs. Anderson Is the
.s
twice yearly, Easter Sunday and former Kathryn Haines. Sgt. :'
the first Sunday In October. Anderson is in Viet Nam. i t



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FRYER PARTS


LOCALS : BREASTS 'Ib, 590

j erch an ts
THIGHS &
: DRUM STICKS

MISS STOUTCAUDILLSTOUT Guests of Mr. and Mrs. M. B.

Fuller Sunday were Mr. and Mrs.E. 1 GIBLETSWINGS lb. 4ge

W. Schaefer and son, Mike, of
Panama City. They are former ""
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residents of Bunnell where Mr.

Schaefer was a member of the lb.
Bunnell School faculty. 1 NECKS 19C

Joining them for dinner were ,
George Moody Sr. and Mrs. Helen I

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agpg Easter weekend guests of Mrs. I

Walter Knight were her grand 1 PICNICS lb. 39u.

sons, Richard and Steve Frenchof

Daytona Beach. Joining them

I Sunday afternoon for the annual S. D. A. ChoiceCHUCK
Easter Family get to gether were
I The Eldon Knight Family, The

I Gene Knight Family, The Tommy ROAST Ib. 49

', Durrance Family, and the:

i Bobby French Family.

I Lykes "Palm River" 10 oz. Pkg. Lykes "Thrifty" SLICED BREAKFAST
I JAMES LEWIS KENDALL JR.I

I Mr. and Mrs. Jimmy Kendall

The engagement and forthcoming I of 1513 Elgin Drive, Holly Hill, FRANKS. (3..;Pkgs..00, Ea., 39' BACON Celolbpkl} 69
marriage of Miss Charlotte are the parents of a six pound ,

Gale Stout and Julian Ter 3 ounce; son born March 30. He Lean Western

rell Caudill Jr., has been announced has been given the name of
her Mr. and James'' Lewis Kendall Jr.
by parents
Mrs. Fred C. Stout, Elizabethton, The paternal grand parentsare PORK STEAKS lb. 59G.
Tenn. Mr. and Mrs. George Ken '

The wedding is planned for 8 dall of Haw Creek. Mrs. John !
Kendall is the great grand mother. I
p. m. April 22 at First Baptist c.s OWN BAR.B.QUED "BOSTON BUTT"
Church, Elizabethton.Miss .
Stout is a senior at East
where Mrs. George Kendall was in PORK ROAST Ib.Red
Tennessee State University I 89
Jacksonville bus.
she is a member of Alpha DeltaPi Tuesday on a .
sorority.Mr. iness mission. She also visited
the street, Barnhill Drive which
Caudill is the son of Mr. & White 303 Can
was named for her mother.Mr. .
Eliz
and Mrs. Julian Caudill, FRUIT
abethton, Tenn. He is the grandson COCKTAIL 4'"I1Our Sunnyland
and Mrs. Clyde Lewis visited .
Hoi-
of Mr. and Mrs. Tom E.
in Clewiston the OLEO
den of Bunnell. He also is a senior during Value 303 Can
Easter weekend with their
son
at East Tennessee State Uni CREAM for $100
and daughter in law Mr. and CORN 6 1 Ib.
versity. Mrs. David Lewis. STYLE Solids I JOe

Miss Diana McKnight and a Van Camp's 300 Can Limit 2 with $5.00 or more food order

friend, Miss Julia Morris of RETURNS HOME for $ PA NRDK BEANS
FROM ATTENDING 7
Landover, Md., visited here ,during
MOTHERS FUNERALMr.
the Easter Holiday with Miss I
and Mrs. Bullock Swift'sPREM 12
Harry Can
oz.
McKnight's parents, Mr. and Mrs.J.
H. McKnight Jr., and her and family have returned to Ea.
their home here from Denton, FOLGER'S 4ge
grand parents, Mr. and Mrs. J.
Maryland. They were called
D. Barber.
j there by the serious illness and COFFEE
I Diana is a member of School Collingswood No. 2% Can
death of his mother, Mrs. Lillian
' I SWEET
Faculty in Landover and Miss Ea.
jl Bullock. She passed on POTATOES
Morris is a with a mortgage March 21. away 1 ft 47e tge
company in Washington, D. C.
Limit 1 with $5.00 or more food order
Mrs. O. K. Herr is a patientin FROZEN FOODS _
Harry Robert (Bebe) Moody
the Halifax Hospital where
who is with the U. S. Navy in
Norfolk, Va., is visiting here this she underwent major surgery Mrs. Smith's 46 oz.

week with relatives. He has recently Tuesday morning. FRESH PRODUCE PIE I S ALL FLAVORS

returned to the States EACH 6ge
CARD OF THANKSWe
after a Navy cruise which took Fresh Ky.
would like to thank our
him to points in Italy, France !I friends for the flowers, cards, Ibs. !
BEANSCalif. NEW
and other ports. I prayers, and sympathy extend. Z For 350 HEAVY DUTY DETERGENT

ed to us at the time of the deathof COLD POWER
Miss Lucille Walker is reported SunkistLEMONS
my mother, Mrs. Lillian Bul
as recovering very nicely Doz.
lock.
after undergoing surgery at the 3ge
Sincerely zee 1ge
Halifax Hospital in Daytona s i
Harry Bullock and Family.
Beach Monday. | 6 Oz. CelloRADISHES
I II Limit 1 with $5.00 or more food order

Mrs. Daisy Walker is spendingsome Books Are My DishBy Pkg. 5e

time at the Bowman Nursing ,.
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Home in Ormond Beach. Dorothy Homons '"

Guests of Mr. and Mrs. Dean 1723.National On Wednesday Book Week, April is April 20, 50 100 5JI 0 & !

Holland over the holiday week from 2:00: to 4:30: the Flagler
Woman's Club who the
end were their son and daughterin sponsors
Mr. and Mrs. Cary Holland Flagler Public Library, will hold
&
law, with coupon purchase with & purchase
Tallahassee.Mr. open house there at this time in with coupon & purchase coupon
of celebration of Book Week. The I of ((10)) lOc PKGS. of ((1) 15V2 oz. Can RAID of ((1) Pkg. SCOTT'S

and Mrs. Billy Deen Jr. Gallup Poll reports that 50 per "FUNNY FACE" ANT & ROACH BOMB FAMILY CUPS
of cent of the American people do Imitation DRINK MIX
Caroline, Void After
daughter
and young Void After Coupon Coupon void after
Coupon
not read a book after school
visited here during
Belle Glade weekend with their days are over, but whether you Monday, April 18, 1966 Monday, April 18, 1966 Iondc.y, April 18, 1966
the Easter ... ..#..-
parents, Mr. and Mrs. W. W. like books or not, you will find

Deen Sr., and Mr. and Mrs. the Library, itself interesting to
see and the small Art Galleryof
James O. Craig.
paintings done by people here
at the Beach.In I
Mrs. Don Robbins and daughters
Lynda and Cindy of Grays. spite of the Gallup pole I

lake, Ill., flew down to spend the BOOKS declares that there is an I
Easter weekend with her parents Increase in reading lately which I
Mr. and Mrs. George Schlos- they think is the result of the Ir

ser, 508 North Moore street. I I public being fed-up with 'round gill
the clock movies and the switchto

Ferris Solomonand having writers talk on TV. I
Mr. and Mrs. I
children Jennie and Davey know that the other day some
Georgia during one wanted a book that had been Phone 437.3227OPEN
were in Douglas, (
the weekend for a visit with around the Library for months SUNDAYS U.S. No.1 BUNNELL
their and a family re- simply because they heard it 8:00 a.m.-1:00 p.m.
union.parents I discused on TV. Quantity Rights Reserved Prices Good April 14, 15, 16, 17 and 18, 1966



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-i iyliQa o dawle. county agent. better than a heavy root-killing I the lawn grass. But in generalbe
Qatdenutp Nt ,
the azaleas. Make note
Inspect application two or three timesa
Lawns, need water and some I as stingy with the fertilizer
of the ones that gave you the
(By Harm Sharp) I pampering at this time. Light ; year.
blossoms.
best as you would if you were scat-
If you are stumped for a new Praise thrifty plants that are applications of fertilizer every I| The amount of plant food to

. gardening Idea-try stump gar- I growing with neglect. Criticizethe I. month during spring flush are I I apply depends on the soil and tering dimes on the lawn.
dening. azaleas that look puny and
You will be popular with politicians can't hold a set of green leaves. I 1-

I who are stumping the The latter plants should be
state. discarded. Often you can palm

Not having a stump is no these second-rate plants off on ELECT EMMETT W. PACETTIFor
problem. Try mooching one second-rate friends who are

from the nearest building con- proud owners of a new first-
tractor who is clearing land fora rate house mortgage.It's House of Representatives

housing project.
a good time to trim hedges.
Once you have the stump in Trimming while growth is still FLAGLER and ST. JOHNS COUNTIES
the proper location, the next succulent results in better
step is to give the nude tree shaped plants with thicker

trunk a peek-a-boo look with growth. Remove enough old I PERSONAL DATA

appropriately placed foliage. wood in early flowering shrubs : BORNBorn
This could include creepingfig I June 13, 1925, St. Augustine, Florida.
to keep new shoots coming up
to give the stump a bikini from the ground. Pinch new I EDUCATION
look, or ferns if you are a modest Bachelor of Science Degree,
to make them
growing parts U. S. Merchant Marine Academy,
soul and still like ankle branch for that full-bodied look. i I I' Bachelor of Civil Engineering Degree,

length dresses. Gerberas, or transvaal daisies, ,. Rensselaer Polytechnic Institute.
One gardener planted a flame are a good bet for colorful bou- : FAMILY
vine on one side of a stump because quets-and they are easy to r Resides in St. Augustine, Florida with wife Virginiaand
the wife mate accused four children-Dale 10, Randy 6, Carol Anne 5,
grow. They are vigorous, deep. and Ronald 1.
him of seeing too much of an rooted and resistant to insects AFFILIATIONS

'ole flame. Then she planted a and drought. The large, but a, President, Industrial Development Corporation.
cat's claw vine hoping that her delicate, daisy-like flowers range Chairman, Industrial Committee of Chamber of Com
vine would scratch the flame in color from white to cream, merce.
vine into extinction. I t Member of Zoning Board and also Planning Commission
yellow, orange and red have of City of St. Augustine, Florida.
hex gardening with
Mixing excellent keeping qualities. Received Governor's Award in 1965 for industrial
stump gardening is a fine combination '
April is a good time to plant efforts.
some say. However, divisions from larger clumps of Past President of local Jaycees.
planning a stump garden is as gerberas. Don't cover crowns County Coordinator for Secretary of State Tom Adams.
broad as it is long-If you select will PRESENT ENDEAVOR
when planting or plants
of 365 Industrial
Spearheading development acre
that is
a big round stump tend to rot when the rains come. | Tract.
not too tall.Gardening. Triple the water on daylilies | BUSINESSOwner
is like taking pictures while they're blooming. Not only I of Consulting Engineering and Land Survey.
can get overexposure ing Firm. .
you will you get more flowers, but'
during bright sunny weather.So plants will multiply faster. PLEDGE
To work on a continuing basis for the and
take it easy this spring Dreaded black disease of growth
spot development of St. Johns and Flagler Counties.A .
and time your activities for success roses usually shows up about

in both activities. this time. The best preventiveis
Early morning is best for gardening weekly applications of chemi MAN OF PROVEN ABILITYWho

before picture taking cals. For chemicals recommended Stands and Work for Community Progress and DevelopmentPd.
time. Of course, gardening takesa for contact .
your area, your Pol. Adv.
bit longer than clicking a
shutter. But, don't shudder at

gardening chores because you'll .

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The easiest way to get in
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Thursday, April 14, 1966 THE FLAGLER TRIBUNE, BUNNELL, FLORIDA PAGE NINE
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Know YourFertilizers early as the 12th Century, Han I beat smooth. Add ginger. Return died ginger may be omitted and
WANT ADS Yen-Chl, a Chinese horticulturist,
to freezer
pan or serving % teaspoon to % teaspoon pow
wrote of 27 varieties of oranges I
growing near the city of Wen. dishes and freeze until firm, dered ginger may be substituted.Add .
under this
Listings heading or*
3 cent a word each insertion. When any element in short chou. He described oranges as about 3 hours. If desired, can powdered ginger with sugar.

75 cents Is tin minimum charge supply for plant growth, it has "valuable and precious." .__________________
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to be furnished by some typeof Still considered valuable and L --tKKK---. .i.>;&*a;*................::...................................................................

FOR SALE-Lot 100x100 facing fertilization. precious, oranges are no longer I.-- *.

Central avenue, Flagler Beach. Fertilizers differ in their composition confined to the luxury class and : HART REFRIGERATION :::
Further Information, call at 1312 depending on how gift category of the past. I|J
AlA South or phone 4392463. much of each of the different Because oranges are plentiful, II I II
Also furnished rental now avail plant foods they contain and the the average family can buy |: AND ::r:
able. April 14-ltp either fresh oranges or the con ,r.
source of these nutrients, saysG. '.4
M. Volk, soils chemist with venient frozen concentrated !
|; ELECTRIC
SERVICE
FOR RENT- 2 bedroom apt, the Florida Agricultural Experiment juice at attractive prices. II r.
For a truly Florida dessert, r
carport, screened porch. Unfum Stations. ri. r 1
ished. If desired and nutritionists with the Florida
living room The chemical symbols of ; Bunnell, Fla. Box 253-A Rlj .
kitchen furnished. Call 4373304. Agricultural Extension Service b I:
M-P-K the fertilizer tell-
on tag
Apr. 14, tfc. suggests Orange Sherbert made : Phone 437-3698 :Xv :
,, ing you what the various plant with buttermilk and frozen vv

foods are in the bag you're buying orange Juice concentrate, glam +jM&yffEi&SXiSiyyS&wwwwwwvw: ::.:.:.:.:.:.:.:.:.:.:.:.:,:,:,:,:,:,:-,:,:,:,:,:,:,:,:,::,>>:.:v.1I
Roll-a-way bed, $12.50; used 3 can be confusing."For !
orized with candied ginger, nuts,
pc. bedroom suite, $45.00. Jerry's example, a 100 pound or candled fruit. I I
Furniture and Appliances, Old bag advertised as a 8.8.8 analysis
Dixie Highway, 2 miles south of means there are three poundsof Orange Sherbert TO MY FELLOW CITIZENS OF

Korona. Phone 4373752. 4.14, Itp nitrogen, eight pounds of: (makes 1 quart) I
available phosphoric acid and 2 eggs. FLAGLER COUNTY
WANTED-1200 VOTES FOR eight pounds of water-soluble Vt cup sugar. I
HERSCHEL KING ON MAY 3 potash," said Volk. A cup light corn syrup. I I
am again placing name before to
my you serve as
1966. (Paid Political Adv.. 4.14 It "The first figure always indicates 2 cups buttermilk.

nitrogen (N), the second 1 can, ((6 ozs.) frozen orange juice your County Commissioner from District 2 for
SINGER sewing machines. New,,
phosphoric acid (P) and the concentrate, thawed, undiluted.
used, repairs. Call Bob French, another term. I want to thank you for your confidence
253.4541 Daytona collect. third potash (K). % cup coarsely shopped candied
The chemist explains that ginger, nuts, or candied fruit. in me for many years. Hoping I still merit
Say Happy Easter with,a Pony- these figures are percentages or Beat eggs in large bowl. Slow
4 year old Calico gelding, 14 units in fertilizer terminology. ly beat in sugar, then corn that confidence and support I remain,

hands partially broken, quick to A 38.8 fertilizer has only hal; syrup. Mix In buttermilk and

learn and loves children. Call as much nitrogen, ,but twice as orange juice concentrate. Pour Respectfully,
4392136. Apr. 7, 2 tc. much potash, for example, as a Into metal pan. Place In freezer. !
fertilizer listed 684. Freeze: until almost firm, about I
WANTED-Acreage and lot listings Some fertilizers, he says, are 1 hour. GEORGE E. WICKLINE

in Flagler County. Key very similar in analysis. The Turn Into large mixer bowl.i (Pd. Political Adv.)
Realty Associates, Inc., Charles same amount of N-P-K may be Break up Into small pieces and
Trad, associate, 69 W. Granada
applied simply by changing the -- -- ------
Ave., Ormond Beach, Florida. amount you use.
March 24, 8tp. When comparing one fertilizer ,0

SALE CBS analysis with another it's usually ,
HOUSE FOR construction -
2 baths best to keep the nitrogen :
3 bedrooms, ,
constant, because plants "are I KEEP
large Florida room, 2-car car L
lots 2 air conditioners sensitive to deficiences or ex
port, six (6)
corner of Palmetto and said.cesses" of this plant food, Volk FLORIDA

Lambert. Phone 437.3215 after
The amount of various fertilizer _
4 p. m. Jan. 20 tf
materials needed to supplythe GROWINGBURNSt1
FILL DIRT Call Martin Hardingfor plant foods in a 100-pound

fill dirt, top soil and shell. bag usually do not add up to
Phone 4373669. Jan. 13-TFC 100 pounds when mixed together.

The remaining portion is
FOR SALE LEASE OR RENT-
made up of a conditioner or fill.
2-bedroom Florida room, and
er, or both. A conditioner helps KEEP _
carport beach house unfurnished.
prevent a fertilizer from become
Hurricane fence encloses
ing too moist or too hard on
back yard. Call 4373472. 2-10-tf
standing. They also may pro
COX's UPHOLSTERY, Bunnell vide some of the plant foods in :

Fla Hwy. 11, will pick up and the formula.
deliver all furniture free. For Fillers are added to fill out the

sample material and prices on 100 pounds of weight. They often
labor call 4373673. 7-1-tf consist of dolomite, raw phosphate
or sand, Volk says, and
SEPTIC TANK cleaning; drain usually have a certain amountof
fields Installed; snail shell. Reasonable conditioning value, but haveno
prices. Call George Ja- great amount of available GOVERNOR
roz ID 7.3410 8-1-tf primary plant food.


JOHNSTON'SFLAGLER Orange Sherbert -
BEACH REALTY CO. In 1965 under the administration of Governor Haydon Burns,

LOTS, HOMES, OCEAN FRONT, Florida DessertHundreds Florida reached new heights in

WATER FRONT, FARMS,
ACREAGE of varieties of EDUCATION TOURISM
are in Florida.It .
oranges grown
See us for real estate need
Office Phone your HE 9.2242 is not known who brought BUSINESS AND INDUSTRIAL GROWTH
oranges to the New World. It is
Residence Phones ID 7.3691
or ID 7.3517 thought that they originallycame EMPLOYMENT AND PERSONAL INCOME
from Southern China. As
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NEW ROADS, HIGHWAYS, EXPRESSWAYSALL


ACCOMPLISHED WITHOUT ANY TAX INCREASE!
MARGARET V. KNIGHT


Earnestly Solicits Your Vote for the MAKE YOUR VOTE COUNT

BOARD OF PUBLIC INSTRUCTION FOR FOUR YEARS OF

DISTRICT No. 3

PROVEN PROGRESS

Your Support Will Be AppreciatedPd.

EXPERIENCED LEADERSHIP
Political
( Adv.)

INTEGRITY GOVERNMENT


VOTE TO KEEP HAYDON BURNS YOUR ALL-FLORIDA GOVERNOR

CRAIG FUNERAL HOMEA.


IL CRAIG. Funeral Director

JOHN CAPO ManagerAIR



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Phone ID 7-3532

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I I Charlotte day business meeting. Other officers I FLAGLER COUNTY D. A. R. E. MEETING I agricultural and agribusiness
''I i Mrs. elected to serve with her outlets.
APRIL 26th-27th
I/EDUCATIONAL .
I I
LEVEL
I were: Mrs. Jasper White who "
Dies Professional agricultural and:
r Reynolds | I
also re-elected 2nd V. P.
was ; 1 j BEING CONSIDERED lay people from throughout the INCOME TAXCONSULTANT
y I Mrs. V. W. Haines; recording i iI state will meet in Gainesville
1 i on
'I' j Monday Night secretary, Mrs. Edward Kruger; Continued From Page 1 '
I April 26th-27th to hear state and Ed (Chubby) BielejeskiCall
I Mrs. E.
Mrs. Charlotte R. Reynolds oft corresponding secreary I|I i population. Mean years of adult i national agricultural leaders report '
" 439-2483
P. Fleurie; treasurer, Mrs. R. K. I i 1
Flagler Beach, wife of Angus R. Hirst. education is 7.1 percent. on progress of the D. A. R. E. Saturday, 12 to 3
. Reynolds Sr., died' suddenly ]' A community Action program I program, launched two years ago
1 Tuesday night after a brief ill Committee Chairmen presented !j 1 I grant Is made on the basis of an by the University of Florida and
: i ness. written reports which showed i!I application submitted to OEO by I i Agricultural Extension Service.

I! She was born in Wingdale, N. I the end of a busy year. Reporting an eligible public or private nonprofit I j j I Designed to Develop Agricultural HASTINGS MATTRESS
: Y., and had lived in Flagler were Welfare, Mrs. Sam No. egency; which in turn is Resources Effectively, committees -
& UPHOLSTRY
3 Beach for the past three years, vick; Library, Dorothy Homans; I I presented to the Governor of the i|I; have been functioning WORKS
coming there from Fleetville, Pa. Bylaws, Mrs. Fleurie, j State. When approved the non : continuously in each area of agriculture 710-12 Lemon St.
She was a member of the Daughters j tive, Mrs. Kruger; Legislaj, profit agency meets the require I production and market- Palatka, Florida
I of America, and was 55 j! May Hendren and Mrs. Haines; I ments (set out In Section 209c of Ing during this time. At this conference Phone EA 5-9166
years of age.Survivors I Devotional, Mrs. Hirst; Red I the Act) and is provided with reports will be given on Fum1tu- Upholstering
i Include her husband, I Ir.J Cross, Mrs. White. J Funds which are a total grant I trends, problems and develop. Mattresses Repaired && Box Refinished Springs
,Angus R. Reynolds Sr., Flagler I Ij to proceed with the project. i ment potential within each seg. Made to Order Also Renovated
r.J j Beach; a daughter, Mrs. Ellen The Executive Board will present i Among the many projects ,I ment of agriculture and agri Call Laura Morris 437.3233
f Reed, Schnectady, N. Y; a son, their reports at the Instal- '! which are available under the business. After 6:00 P. M.
I i Angus Reynolds Jr., of Buffalo, lation luncheon to be held later J program are General Adult Education j Presently, the program is PRICES REASONABLE.
I N. Y; 3 sisters, Mrs. Ruth Brink in the month. At that time Mrs. I classes, vocational train. planned through, the year 1975, BUDGET PLAN IF NEEDED.
I and Mrs. Clayton Brooks of Syd Haines will also turn in the j with the objectives of gearing Just as near as your
i i ing, useful work experience, su I'
1 ney, N. Y.; Mrs. Edward Ireland, Ccrap Book. I pervised recreation, health care agricultural resources with our"i I Phone or Post Office
Drop Us A Card or Call
West Linn Oregon; 1 brother,I services, local park and high. I' anticipated needs so that maxi. Free
(', Mrs. H. G. Heydt announced I Pick-up & Delivery
Thomas Plankenhorn, California. mum use may be derived from
an all day "Rummage" sale atthe way beautiflcationL college work J
The body was forwarded to t
Thrift Shop; corner of 4th study programs, and improved
Jones-Davis Funeral Home in and S. Central, on April 15. 1 I living conditions for the elderly. I
Scranton, Pa., for services and ELECTJ.
These are only a very few of the i :
interment. Local arrangementswere Members are remined of "open projects that may be approved
under the direction of Craig house" at the Flagler Beach for Flagler County to obtain a I D. "Dave" PERRYMAN
Funeral Home.FLAGLER Public Library on Wednesday, Grant and carry-on.
I April 20. This will be the celebration Grants may be had to conduct
Board of Public InstructionDISTRICT
WOMAN'S of Library Week. pilot projects to test, modify or
i CLUB RE-ELECTS I to local needs I
3 I adapt special ma.
GAGE President Gage and Mrs. Hirst No. 1
PRESIDENT
I terials or methods of instruc,
aer attending the FFWC Annual
1 Miss Emily Gage was reelected -I convention held this week in I' tions. I.. Your 'vote and support will be Appreciated.Pd. .
{ :. president of the Flagler Clearwater. Mrs. Heydt was hose Daytona Beach Junior College

r ,,: .Woman's Club at ,the Wednes tess for the afternoon. Adult classes Education in our Division own local conducts II ( Political Adv.)
-
t towns when requested. Mrs. Edna
I Smiley Director, says "I
t S shall be happy to assist in your
QUALIFIEDEXPERIENCED I PHONEKelley's
educational projects In Flagler",
and has already agreed to help

organize a class among any In. Fuel"Oil
terested senior citizens in any I
subject of their choice. Mrs.
Smiley is President of the Florida CLEAN BURNING

x s \ Council on Aging, and dedicated
,, :. ." to the needs of our area.
; \: ,. ',; ;; Every county in Florida has STAN DARJ

organized a nonprofit agency
and is administering the com I
munity action program with
money granted for projects of
t
their choice, except 10 countiesof
PRODUCTS
which Flagler is one.
DIESEL KEROSENEHOME
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CRIS KILPER DIES
Ii DELIVERY COMMERCIAL ACCOUNTS

AFTER LONG ILLNESS Phone 437.7172 Bunnell, Florida
1 1t.
Cris Kilper, retired farmer of -
r g gY
the Black Point Section, died
t April 3 at the Flagler Hospitalin
St. Augustine. He was 85 ANNOUNCINGI
years of age. He had been in

failing health for several years. am a candidate for re-election as
t f He is survived by one niece, ,

', Mrs. Anna Honar of Oak Forest, COUNTY COMMISSIONER, DISTRICT 4
Ill. Also 1 nephew, Walter Son. I

r"1i'..!'' I nenseldt of California. I consider it an honor to represent the peopleof

i Graveside funreal services [ Flagler County. If re-elected, I will continue to
were held at Hope Cemetery on
j
,3 I April 5 with Rev. Lamar serve to the best of my ability.

t pastorof the Llngold'l' Your vote and support will be appreciated
: ness Church of Bunnell officiating ,

I Alfred R. TuckerI'd.

MRS. FARMER DIES I ( Political Adv.)

SATURDAY AFTER -

LENGTHLY ILLNESSMrs.

Willie B. Farmer of
INC-
BROWN & BROWN
Clermont, Florida mother of'
I'I'I
Mrs. Nadine Cox of Flagler

r. I Beach, died Saturday at the I INSURANCEOUR
cal hospital after a lengthy Ul'I'
ness. She had resided with
daughter in Flagler Beach PHONE NUMBER IS
the past six weeks. She was 70 I

Served 6 Years In the Legislature years She of is age.survived by her hus 437-3394

I band, Arthur Farmer of Cler
Flagler County Business Man mont; 4 daughters, Mrs, Nadine

Cox, Flagler Beach; Mrs. Idean =

Williams, Paducah, Ky; Mrs. Lucy
Williams, Albany, Ga; Mrs. AnnouncingMy
VOTE FOR AND ELECT
1. Sara Thurman of Bishop, Texas;
4 sons, Willis Weaver of Camilla Candidacy For Memberof

Ga; Henry Farmer of Albany, ,
A. H. Gus CRAIG
( ) Ga; Bill Farmer, Meigs, Ga; Joe the

Farmer, New Brighton, Minn;
1 brother, Joe Beatty of Griffin, Board of Public InstructionDistrict
For House of
Representatives Ga.The No. 3
body was forwarded to
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