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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 21, 1966
Publication Date: -1981
Frequency: weekly
regular
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Subjects / Keywords: Newspapers -- Bunnell (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Flagler County (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Genre: newspaper   ( marcgt )
newspaper   ( sobekcm )
Spatial Coverage: United States -- Florida -- Flagler -- Bunnell
Coordinates: 29.4675 x -81.256944 ( Place of Publication )
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Dates or Sequential Designation: Began in 1917?
Dates or Sequential Designation: -69th year, no. 36 (Sept. 3, 1981).
General Note: Mrs. M.B. Fuller, editor.
General Note: Description based on: Vol. 43, no. 20 (June 2, 1955).
Funding: Funded by NEH in support of the National Digital Newspaper Project (NDNP), NEH Award Number: PJ-50006-05
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Preceded by: St. Johns tribune
Succeeded by: Palm Coast news
Succeeded by: Flagler/Palm Coast news-tribune

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VOLUME 54, NO. 16 BUNNELL, FLORIDA, THURSDAY, APRIL 21, 1966 2.50 A YEAR
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Korona Celebrates LOCAL STUDENTS Weekly Editors BUNNELL SCHOOL Flagler County

RECEIVE DEGREESAT SPANISH CLUB TO

Anniversary Of FSU TODAY I See Gov. Burns HOLD FIESTAThe KindergartenPreRegistration

ChristianityKorona Florida State University in Tal I Favorite May 3 School Spanish will hold Club an of authentic Bunnell

will celebrate the lahassee announced the namesof Weekly newspaper editors in Spanish Fiesta this afternoon at Registration for kindergarten
1316 candidates for degreesat
One Thousandth Anniversary of Florida conducting their own the school cafeteria. children for the school
year
the spring commencement
Christianity In Poland 966 to "grass roots" poll in the current The students hope to capturethe 1966.67 will be held at Bunnell
1966 with a three day program. today. gubernatorial race see Governor real magnificent beauty of High School Flagler Beach
Two candidates for degrees
The program begins on Sunday, Haydon Burns as an overwhelm. of Spain in all its romance and Elementary School and Carver
from Bunnell are Mary Susan
favorite to be reelected grandeur.A .
May 1st.First Ing School
on Wednesday, April 21
Brannam B. S. in Education
on the program will be : May 3rd. play put on by the seventh I and Thursday April 28, 1966
Susan Lotta Wadsworth, B. A.
the dedication and blessing of a A&S. Out of 40 editors voting from I 'and eighth grades students and from 1:30: P. M, to 3:30: P. M.
new eight foot statue In the St. I I every corner of the state, 31 predicted other types of entertainment It Is Important that all parents
The ceremonies are scheduledfor
Mary's Cemeteryl) The statue Is 4 this afternoon in Governor Burns would will also be provided.An I'I having children who wish to attend -
in color and dedicated to OUR p. m. I succeed himself to a full four- appetizing meal will be the kindergarten classes
LADY OF CZESTOCHOWA.At Campbell stadium. year term. Five saw It as a victory served. It will be cooked In the next year pre register their child
Mason Ladd, presently dean of
11 a. m. will be the bless. for Robert King High and cafeteria and will be served by at one of the above schools.
ing of the statue followed by the University of Iowa Collegeof four for Scott Kelly. students dressed In brightly colored Since kindergarten! classes are
Law become
and soon to
solemn high mass at the St I The editors*,who aanduct- Spanish dress. limited In their enrollment, the
dean' of Florida State's new
Mary's Church. Celebrant will be ed the same survey among themselves Senrlngstarts "at 6 o'clock children will be placed first
on a
of Law will be the
College commencement
Right Rev. Monsignor Mallay.At :, In the 1964 race were Proceeds will be used In a project come first served basis for the
one thirty a Polish Sausage speaker. asked to "look around your area beautifying the school school year.It .

luncheon will be served on :the and prepare your return the wayIt auditorium. Is not necessary for parentsto
Church grounds. At four in the Soil Conservation looks regardless of your own report to the County Office

afternoon a tribute to Our Lady i personal feelings." Bunnell O. E. S. since both pupil assignment and ,
of Czeslochowa.His District Presents Forty-three voted on the race registration will take placeat
Excellency Archbishop in their own county with Burns Observes 50thAnniversary each individual school.It .
Joseph P. Hurley will celebrate Contest AwardsThe getting 23 firsts to 10 each for is required that you have an
Mass at St Mary's at 7 p. m. on High and Kelly. Eighteen saw official birth certificate to verify
Monday, May 2. Flagler Soil and Water Burns second In their own areas the age of your child. Your child
Mass on Tuesday, May 3rd, at Conservation District held its and two said third. High was Bunnell Chapter No. 93 O. E. s. must reach 'his or her fifth birthday .
St. Mary's will be a Solemn Te Conservation Program and second pick of eight and thirdof celebrated the 50th Anniversaryof on or before December 31,
Deum. Speaking Contest at the Bunnell 26 editors. Kelly fared betteras the Charter date Tuesday 1966 in order to be enrolled In
Mass on Sunday and Mondaywill Civic Center on Wednesday, runner-up with second prediction evening at the Masonic Temple. the kindergarten program. ;
be sung by St. Paul's choirof April 13 at 7:30 p. m. with A..1J. in 17 counties and third Worthy Matron Myra Wads- \j
Daytona Beach conducted by Johnston, Chairman of the Board I in 16. worth presided at the open meet jt
Mrs. Werner. of Supervisors in charge. If there was any significanceto Ing of the Chapter and was ass
The colorful ceremonies will Donnie Moore a High School, the ballots other than it slated by Worthy Patron Shelton Personal Property \
be graced by the fourth degree, Sophomore was the winner of heavy prediction of an apparentfairly Brooks.
honor guard of the Knights of I the speaking contest and re definite victory for Governor Two charter members were Appraisals Now +
Columbus of Daytona Beach and ceived a certificate and a cash Burns It was that sevenweeklies present Mrs. Minnie McKnight

St. Augustine. prize of $15. Bobby Robinson responded from Dade Howell, and George Moody Sr, In ProcessThe
Committee on arrangements: placed second and received a County, but only one saw MayorHigh They were introduced and escorted .
are .Father Antonia. ,Leon honorary certificate, and ,$10. Ed Schatz.. : as ultimate victor while to be seated with the.presiding H. L. Yoh Company, which
I chairman; Lee Drazba: third and was presented; a certificate four 'newspapers in his home officers. Mr. Moody wasp is'doing the tax revaluation for

chairman; Martha Zysk vice and $5. Supervisor Bill county said he would wind u I presented with a 50 year pin Flagler County, is now making
chairman; Sophie Smigielski, Dees gave out the awards to the third.In from the Chapter. Mrs. Howell a personal property survey of i.
secertary; Stanley Smigielski contestants.As statewide predictions more had not continued her membership the various farms and business
treasurer. editors saw Mayor High second places throughout the county.
a part of the program the full 50 years.
The Rosary Society The Holy George Clegg accepted the Bank. -20-than Kelly who got only The thirty four charter mem Bill !Hevner personal property
Name Society The Korona Civic er's Award Certificate In behalfof 13 nods. Fifteen editors saw High bership was read 'and a letter representative of the company,
Club and the Korona Community Clegg Farms selected by the third and missing a possible from the first Worthy Matron, reports that he will be visiting
Club are cooperating to make District as the Outstanding Conservation runoff, to 23 who figure Kelly Mrs. Lillian Hagadorn, who re- the commercial or business
this affair a tremendous success. Farmer for 1965 In the will be out of the running May 3. sides In' Tampa. She was recovering places along AlA and Flagler
Flagler Soil and Water Conservation In percentages, Burns' victorywas from the flu and was not Beach areas this week.
District. Jeff Scale repre predicted as high as 65% able to attend the meeting.A Mr. Hevner stated his survey
Citizens statewide to as low as 33%, but of the wll include equipment and inventories
Housing Authority senting Bank presentedthe history chapter was
award to Clegg. still firstYouth: given by Shelton Brooks. Mrs. which are used to operate

Elects Officers The Future Farmers of AmerIca Wadsworth welcomed those the various businesses and
farms. Along with the equipment
Land Judging team sponsor. present. Mrs. Wilma Brock read
ed this year thtv District Livestock the: list of charter members and on farms and ranches
Reports ProgressThe certificates livestock will also be included.Mr. .
,
were presented of appreciation the Past Matrons and Patrons,
Housing Authority of by Supervisor J. B.I I Club ActivitiesYouth giving the years they served. Hevner estimates his survey
Flagler County elected officersat Pelllcer. Members of the team Past Matrons included Lillian will take up to six weeks.

a recent meeting. Named as and receiving certificates were: Livestock members have Hagadorn, Betty Moody Louetta Guy Douglas project supervisor -
chairman was John N. McIntosh; Barry Thornton Henry Bowers been very active recently In several Cochran Ethel Holden Fannie for the company stated that
T. E. Holden, vice chairman; and Sam Smith. A check for $25 areas. Mae McKenzie Elnora Blddle, he has nearly completed the real
Jack D. Abbott, executive secretary was presented to Reid Wentz On Saturday April 2nd. Mike Eula Fuller Helen Sullivan estate portion of the contract.He .
; William 1. Wadsworth FFA Advisor in behalf of the Zlmmerlee Carl Bratcher Dan Gertrude Miller Bernice Barber : states there are a few isolated -

attorney. Other commlssiners local Future Farmer Chapter for Cody and Charles Clegg, met at Neva Elsenbach Mary Jones, areas which still have to
are Helen Sullvan Howell Peavy their participation in the land the Livestock pasture on the Es. Ruth Upson Pauline Magee be surveyed and he will be completing
and Walter Creal. Judging contest. The team also panola Road and put in a good I Annette Lambert Martha Mer that within the next several
The Authority recently sold competed In the state land judg days work. The clover-bahia pas cer Margaret Cook Ora Miller weeks. Mr. Douglas also
$451,000 worth of TemporaryNotes ing contest held in Ocala on ture was fertilized with 0-10-10 Lucille Smith, Hazel Holland, said In the very near future he
to the First National Bankof April 2. eighty fence posts were hauled Helen Shamblen Jennie Reese will be announcing when_____ _he__ willbe
New York. These notes were and finally the cows were wormed Green Leona Eisenbach Frances notifying property owners of
sold to help In the temporary that he may be cleansed .and led liver flucked sprayed and Jdmonson, and Naomi Hosford, the company's values placed on
financing of the project addition Into t he everlasting way. This treated for colds. Lucille Brooks Mable Brooks, theIr properties.
and are backed by the U. S. prayer Is relevant today for all Then Tuesday night of last Margaret Wells, Edelle Brooks,
Government.Sam who would serve Christ becausewe week twenty-five; members met Beatrice Kingston Lyons Agnes
Broadway general su need the cleansing power of at the home of County Agent Yelvington, Winifred McNab, NOTICE OF PUBLIC
perintendent of construction explained Christ dally In our lives. Chris. Don Jordan, for a regular business Rita Diamond Wanda Mercer
MEETING FRIDAYThere
the progress of the new tianity is not Just a "hit and meeting and social. Those Caroline Swayze Alice Lovell
project. It was pointed out that miss" proposition but Is a con present were Daniel Donna and Betty White. will be a public meet-
even with the bad weather that tinual way of life. Therefore, David Steflik Ray and Sam Past Patrons were W. C. Ing at the Courthouse In Bun-
prevailed at the beginning they Christians need to have the Smith Bruce Kendall Charles Heath, George Moody W. H. McKenzie nell on Friday evening at 7 o'
are now ahead of schedule. help of God to better do the will Clegg, Melanie Ricky and Dan M. B. Fuller L. A. Jett clock. This is a nonpolitical,
Shipment of brick was held of God. In humble edmlssion Cody Dan Phillip and Mike W. C. Sullivan, H. A. Eisenbach non religious public meeting for
up due to the rail strike but that we need a purificationwhich Zlmmerlee Carla and Elayne Robert Jones, Z. E. Booe Claude all citizens. The purpose is to
has now been received and work can only come from God Tucker, Susan McMillan, Carol Yarn C. O. Magee, H. M. Benson form a non profit agency to administer
has continued smoothly. we open our hearts unto Him. Lynda Townsend Ann and Lee Rudye Shamblen, C. B. community develop-
Prayer is a means of grace Bourne Catherine Harris, Barry Jlsenbach, George Kendall ment and improvement projectson
Bunnell Methodist which keeps us sensitive to the Thornton, Cary Bratcher, Perry Shelton Brooks Gerald Hosford, grants to Flagler County
will of God and helps us to be and Wayne Allman.On Howard Dolch L E. Watkins, known as the Community Action -
ChurchRev. Christians. "Search me O God Monday evening of this Rufus Miller Joseph Brock Orlln Program.It .
know my heart: try me and week eleven more members assembled Green Ray Mercer and Keith was announced that Ro-
OUTer F. Taylor. Pastor know my thoughts: and see if at the pasture to replace Lovell. maine Hamilton: of the office of
THE PSALMIST BRAYS there be any wicked way in me old fence posts and nail Following th meeting refreshments Economic Opportunity will be
The Psalmist prays for God to 'and lead me In the way ever. up barbed wire. This was anoth- were served in the dining there to answer all questions.
search the Psalmist's heart so lasting." Psalms 1392324. (Continued on Page 12) room of the Masonic building. Public Is Invited.p .



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PAGE TWO THE FLAGLER TRIBUNE, BUNNELL, FLORIDA April 21, 1966

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Look Now For such as V-C 13, ethion, Trithlon, early and treated promptly. for the whole season.IN .

dlazlnon and Continue to watch for chinch
WANT ADS Aspon, Zytron,

I Chinch Baygon. Mix and apply the insecticides bugs, since one insecticide treatment ENTII THH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT COURT CIHCIIIT SB-v"<
BugsIn .
prevents damage AND FOIl 1V
with a large amountof rarely KLAGLBKITATK COUNTY
Listings under this heading are OF FLORIDA.
3 cmis a word. each* Inswtioo. Your Lawn I water in order to soak the CHANCERY ISO. B25T.

75 cents Is the minimum charge thick mats of St. Augustinegrass. iv Ii'LA.L.U THE CJIICTIT('OI'NTY, ,'OI'UT FLORIDA OF. REBECCA Plaintiff OLGA, PICERELLI,

Of the dozens of insects and Read the label Instructions IN CIIANIFMV No. *fl1. VI.
FOR SALE-Kenmore wringer PETER
JOHN
HARTLEY KOUTELAS.I'lalntlft. PICERELLI,
and precautions and fol SADIE
related who decide to Defendant.
pests
washer, $20. Dixiana Motel. Tel. may .
NOTICE TO
4373685. Apr.21-Itp I invade your yard this spring,, low them. KOUTEUAS.vs. DEFEND APPEAR AND
F
I none is more destructive than To prevent extensive damageby JOHN a IN THE NAME OF THE STATE

USED BABY CAR SEAT, 75c. ;the chinch bug. insect pests, homeowners STATE NOTI'FTO OF FLORIDA JF.NDTilE TO: TO OF: Peter FLORIDA John: Plcerelll

Twin size mattress and spring, According to entomologistJames should make frequent and JOHN F. KOUTELAS 30 Firglade Street
Riverside, Rhode Island
Main Street
N.
$8.50 Jerry's Furntlure and Appliances E. Brogdon of the Agricultural thorough inspections of their Burnett 800 Texas toY ARE HEREBY REQUIRED

( Old Dixie Highway, 2 Extension Service, now, lawns, especially now during suit\ You has are been hereby flied notified against you that In a file to your the Complaint answer or herein other with defenses -

miles south of Korona. Phone is the time to begin watchingfor spring so that any type of In. th above entitled cause; and you EMIL A. SMYTHE. Clerk of the

4373752. Itc chinch bugs. These insectsare sect infestation can be foundO. ewer with the Clerk of this Court: or Circuit before Court.the 20th Bunnell.day Florida of May,, on A.

and to serve a D. 1966 and to serve a true
seriously damaging to plapintiff'srattorney copy
WANTED-1200 VOTES FOR only the plaintiff or thereof on or before said date upon
St. Augustine grass. They suck whose name and address I IB: Glllesple. Gillespie and Hall, plaln-
HERSCHEL KING ON MAY 3, FRANK D Ui HURCH tiff'a attorneys whose address J Is
the plant juices through their F. ALTPORDRegistered UPCHURCH 233 North
I UPCHURCH and Causeway, New Smyr a.
1966. (Paid Political Adv. 4.21.2tp
Bank Building Beach. Florida HEREIN
needle-like beaks and apparently fcOO Exchange FAIL NOT
St Augustine, :Floridanot OR A DECREE PRO CONFESSO
FOR RENT- 2 bedroom apt., cause other internal injury to I later than May 21st. A D. 1966. WILL BE ENTERED AGAINST
Real Estate Broker If you fall to do so, decree pro YOU FOR SUCH FAILURE
carport, screened porch. Unfurnished the grass, resulting in yellowish confesso will be demandedainalthe The nature of this suit la to secure

If desired, living room and to brownish patches in lawns. BunnelL Florida you bill for of the complaint.relief The nature of WITNESS an absolute my hand divorce.and seal at

kitchen furnished. Call 4373304. There Injured areas frequentlyare said suit being for I Bunnell, Flagler County Florida
OR'E this 6th day of
Apr. 14, tfc. first noticed along edges of WITNESS Mil my hand and seal of EMIL A. SMYTHE1966.Clerk .

lawns. said Court this 19th day of April Circuit Court.
SINGER sewing machines. New, PETERSON TEXACO A. D. 1966. Flagler County :Florida
Usually when chinch bugs are E. A. SMYTHE, (Seal)
used, repairs. Call Bob French, present in sufficient numbers to SERVICE Clerk of said Circuit Court By /SJulia R. Harvey

253-4541 Daytona collect. I j cause a yellow or brown discoloration ROAD SERVICE (Official By Seal E. )A. SMYTHE, April 1421.28and Deputy May Clerk.6.Uc.

Say Happy Easter with a Pony- of the surf, they can be Light Mechanic' Work :* April 21-28 Clerk and May 5-12-4tc IN-THR Ci COURT OP

found by pushing the runners I Phone 437-3441 jSunneU ;<<:nTT FLU.LKK COUNTY FLORID
4 year old Calico gelding, 14 iTUB l OF CHANCERY No. 525 1j.
hands partially broken quick to aside and looking at the soil be. KLAULEH COUNTY FLOHIU4. CLIFFORD C. WILLIAMS,
I IN IIANCFItY No. :2 H. Plaintiff
learn and loves children. Call low. The small red or black bugs I ROTICR HARRY C. DE OROTT. OWENS

4392136. 7 2 tc. with white markings on their Chapter 20723 Plaintiff ROSA WILLIAMS,
Apr.
I Act: ofrfl1eoUlce is hereby given : vs. Defendant
backs will be seen scurrying that the tangible personal prop- BETTYDE GROTT, NOTICE TO DEFEND
WANTED-Acreage and lot listings assessed for 1965 are now Defendant THE STATE OF FLORIDA TO:
along the soil surface. In extremely ey taxes NOTICE TO DEFEND ROSA OWENS WILLIAMS,
with April whose
In Flagler County. Key heavy infestations, some delinquent 1st such taxes and are beginning drawing Interest THE BETTY STATE DE OF OROTT.FLORIDA whose TO: address place of residence and post office

Realty Associates, Inc., Charles of the chinch bugs can be seen of tlonate I 1% per cost month of publishing plus I the this proper no: place of residence and post You arS are her2bjr.notified unknown. that a

Trad, associate, 69 W. Granada crawling over grass blades, sidewalks tics unless the amounts set opposite : You office are address hereby are notified unknown.that a suit the above entitled filed against and you In

Ave., Ormond Beach, Florida. and outside walls of fore each the first name day below of May are warren!s stilt has been filed against you In are hereby required ktoorlhr.o'go cause you an
the above entitled cause: and you ewer with the
March 24, 8tp. houses.If will be Issued thereon directing t,
are hereby required answer and to serve a thereof
levy upon and the seizure of tan ktootftlhr.o'go copy upon
: with the t, the plaintiff
or plaintiffs
HOUSE FOR SALE-CBS con. no chinch bugs are seen by oaverptor o uanpaldptaxesfpenaltie s and to serve a copy thereof upon whose name and address is attorney:
this method, their or of the plaintiff or plaintiffs attorney, RICHARD G. WEINBERG
presence The
and additional costs names
structlon, 3 bedrooms, 2 baths, whose name and address Is: Weinstein, Weinberg &
propertytaxpayers .
the delinquent personal
absence can be confirmed by SAMUEL V. HOLCH,
Weinstein
large Florida room, 2-car carport and the amount of taxes I 110 North Third Street 25
using a large coffee or other and the first months penalty, areas Orange Street
I'alatka, Florida
six (6) lots, 2 air conditioners follows St. Augustine Florida,
metal can with both ends cut : not later than May 21st A D 1966 not later than
Isaac Carter ... 175 May mh- A. D.,
comer of Palmetto and out. Place end of the ian Jessie Drlskell"':::::::::::.:::::::::::: 9:23 If you fall to do so, decree pro 1966
Lambert. Phone 437.3215 after one can n Florida Paving Co. ................ 962.0Frank 2 confesso will be entered against *' you tall to to do. decree pro
you for the relief demanded in the confesso
area where the grass is dis Griffin 1258 will be entered against
4 p. m. Jan. 20 tf Paul Harris ... .:::::::::::::::::::: ::, 1258 bill of complaint The nature of I you for the relief demanded In the

colored. Cut the grass runners L. C. Harris ..............._............. 1388 said suit being for bill ot t'oeWoV The natUre off
FILL DIRT-Call Martin Hardingfor around the bottom of the Leila Hurst .......................-....... 12.31 WITNESS DIVORCE hand and seal said
can, Burton Jones ...............-..?.._... 349 said Court this my 18th of o WITNESSDIVORCE
fill dirt, top soil and shell. and twist or push the can one or C B Johnson 6 29 day April and seal of

Phone 4373669. Jan. 13-TFC two inches into the soil. Add Sea John Side Lain Manor? ......:::::::::..-.-::::::::::-.-.::.- 1154Triple 2925: A. D. 1966.E.. A.. of SMYTHE.Clerk said Circuit. Court. A said D.Court 1966. thla 6th day April


FOR SALE LEASE OR RENT enough water to keep the water Andy Utclzl"A"I .::: .::::: ::::::::+::::::::... 909 175 (Official ByS Seal/) E. A. SMYTHE, E.Clerk.A. SMYTHE.of said Circuit
level above the grass. If chinch DALE B. BROWN Court.
Clerk
bedroom Florida room, and bugs are present, they will float 4-21-ltc Tax Collector- April 21-28 and May 5-12-4tc (Official By Seal/S/Julla) R. Harvey,
beach house unfurnlsh
carport to the surface within five min i\ TUB cinrirrr roi'HT, SEV- 1IIDS FOR AIR-rONDITIONER April II. and uMay :r
F.NTII JUDICIAL CIRCUIT. IV 21.28 5 'tc.
ed. Hurricane fence encloses
HE<&''ESTER i
utes. If the bugs are not found, AND FOR FLAOLKIt COUNTY
The Board
of County Commissioners
back Call 4373472. 2-10-tf CIRCUIT
yard. repeat the process in several FLORIDA of Flagler County, Florida Vr.JiR! COURT. sawANIIIFOIiD1I -
IN f;IIANCFRY.SK Is Interested in receiving sealed CIRCUIT. IV
COX's UPHOLSTERY, Bunnell, areas. ('.\ N O. B20.1 bids for supplying and installing FLORIDAKMGLER+ COUNTY,
KAY F. HEGEMAN,
an Alr-Condltlonlng Unit for the
Fla Hwy. 11, will pick up and Once you are sure that chinch Plaintiff, Courtroom. Judge Chamber. Welfare ROBERT IN CHANCERY A. NO. 3246
LAW
bugs are the problem start VII. Office and Supervisor of Election ,
deliver all furniture free. For control RICHARD E. HEGE IAN, Office located on the second Plaintiff

sample material and prices on measures immediately witha Defendant floor of the Flagler County Court ERNESTINE vs. LAW
DIVORCE1VOTICK ,
labor call 4373673. 7-1-tf variety of effective insecticidesWSm TO APPEAR house Bids at will Bunnell.be received, until 9:00: I Defendant

THE STATE OF FLORIDA TO: A. M Monday, May 2nd. 1966, at the IN NOTICE
SEPTIC TANK cleaning; drain RICHARD E. HEGEMAN, office of the Clerk of the Circuit I FLORIDA NAME OF THE STATE OF
1810 Park Avenue. Court, Flagler County Courthouse
fields Installed; snail shell. Reasonable Racine Wisconsin 3unnell TO: ERNESTINE LAW
f You are hereby notified that a The Board reserves the ADDltESS UNKNOWN
right to
prices. Call George Ja- suit for divorce has been flied reject any and all bids YOU ARE HEREBY REQUIRED
I to
file
against you in the above entitled and serve your
ALFRED R. TUCKER answer to the
ID 7.3410 8.I.tfJOHNSTON'S
roz
cause and you are hereby requiredto Chairman. Board of County comClalnt filed herein against you
serve upon Plaintiffs attorney,, Commissioners of Flagler befor.9tahbX1Ue1tltIed cause onwiq
r+ 1 whose name and address appear ATTEST9ounty, l'lorlda.E. I ?, ?2th day: April. A, D
i hereon your written defense if upon Clerk the Circuit
any, to the Bill efIre Complaint In A. SMYTHE. Clerk, and Court, 'aler County, Florida, and
said suit. on or the 21st day BOARD OF COUNTY COMMI U ? copy upon Messrs Black
FLAGLER BEACH REALTY CO. I of May. 19bS. else decree pro con "UOVFRS' OF FLAGLER COON Cobb, Cole & Crotty, Plaintiffs atNorthyi&rilnJ -
LOTS HOMES OCEAN FRONT fenso will be entered against you TY FLORIDA April 14-21 whole address la 444
,
WITNESS my hand and seal of -- Street Daytona Beach
WATER FRONT, FARMS, I said Court this 12th day of April, nr .V, D 1966. Notice Is hereby given that the THE FLAGLER TRIBUNE. Bun-
ACREAGE E A. SMYTHE. Board of Cunty Commissioners of :l Fl o rlda ls hereby designated
Clerk of said Court Flagler County, will receive ?,8cethehnfwspaper in which
Bee us for your real estate needs sealed this no-
By JULIA It. HARVEY
I bids up to the 2nd day of May A foJ Published once a week
Office Phone HE 9.2242 t Deputy Clerk 1>. 1966, at the hour of 9:00: A: M: for (4) consecutive week..
W L. WADSWORTH in the office of the Clerk of the HEREIN FAIL NOT OR A DE-
Residence Phones ID 7.3691 P. CREE
O. Box 896
Circuit Court in the Flagler Coun PRO CONFESSO WILL BE
or ID 7-3517 s I Bunnell, Florida ty Courthouse for the tollowlng'L. : ENTERED' AGAINST YOU FOIL
Attorney for Plaintiff SUCH
IGas for the Courthouse b AILUIb:. _
.....,
---.J April 21-28-May 5-12-Ue Stockade and Jail ofone unsure
for CI
.. : a period for this suit ia a Bill
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((1) year from the date.ot acceptance Divorce.
of bid. I WITNES8 --ljr hand
and
NO. OFFICIAL PRIMARY BALLOT INITIALS. OF The Board reserves the right to this Mitnn 'ii. Flaer County Florida
ISSUING reject any and all bids 22nd day of March A. D. 1966.
Dated at unell.. Florida, this rirA.i SmytheClerk of the
REPUBLICAN PARTY OFFICIAL 12th dAY of April A. D. 19b6 I vircuitourt, Flagler Coun
BOARD OF COUNTY COM- SEALy Florida.
MiSSiONERS OF FLAGLER ( Dy: Julia R. Harvey
Signature of Elector STUB NO. 1 COUNTY 'LORIDA. Deputy ClerkREGISTEI
March 31
ALFRED R TUCKER April T. 14. 21. Hc.
Chairman.
ATTEST: OF INTENTION
NO. OFFICIAL PRIMARY BALLOT INITIALS OF E. A. SMYTHE. Clerk FICTITIOUS NAME TO
Board of County Commissioners
ISSUING cf Flagler County, Florida. 1176,Chapterc209113 Laws oBlFlor'

REPUBLICAN PARTY OFFICIAL _April 14, and 21IN' undersigned Ida Acts l 1.4.1' as' amended, the
will
register with thefor
TILE COUNTY
JI'DCK'S COURT Clerk
ot
IN AND FOR FLAGLKIt COUNTY, Fl uV.Clrcult!? Court In and
STUB NO. 2 County' Florida upon
receipt
riioiivu': NO. sit this notice ot proof ?f Publication of
In RE the following fictitiouslocated
: Estate of

OFFICIAL PRIMARY BALLOT also WALTER known EUGENE as Deceased W E.KNIGHT.Knight, JR., Blvd.whichve I Flagler Eastern at 2560 Beach Sales So., Florida Ocean Promotion, under Shore,

NOTICE TO CREDITOR loess ot Sales wm engage in the bUI'
REPUBLICAN PARTYMay All creditors of the estate of Walter the undersigned Promotions and that
Eugene Knight Jr. also l known sons interested are the only per'
as W. E Knight In said bUllnelll.
deceased Dated
hereby notified are at Bunnell, Florida, this
and
required to tile 4th day ot
3. 1966 April A.
any claims or demands which they D. 1966.
may! have against said estate. In the HOWARD E. COUNTS

FLAGLER COUNTYTO ler office County of the Florida County, Judge In the of Court.Flar. April; T.14.S U. COUNTS

six ie ) calendar11months fromltthe I =

VOTE for a person whose name is printed on the ballot mark a crow (X) in the square at the date notice.ot Each the first claim Publication o? this m
or demand h
RIGHT of the name of the person for whom you desire to vote. be In writing and must state must the 3Ua0.frD mrthunl:

place of residence and post office
address of the claimant and must FLORIDA
be sworn to by the claimant his
STATE agent or attorney or such
or fd'mandK become idc1 and MRS. M B. FULLER Editor
be
Governor /ever according to law

Florida I this day MacS I Designated n.w "p r for all
(Vote for one) A. D. 1966. ot : Legal Adyertislag

sLeona M. Knight -
AI Executrix of the Last
Will
and Testament Entered as second class matter
of Walter Eugene .
CLAUDE R. KIRK I ( I also known otlceeat Bunnell .
JR.
ss W. F., Knight r:' deceased. Act Florida, under
ISHAM W. ADAMS ot March a. 117.Oa. .

RICHARD B. MULDREW it I Daytona 121 Broadway Beach Florida I
Attorney for the Estate year S2.ge
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ing.Church you are smart you won't become I condemn her from pulpit and
Too Late school and home have Involved.If I PTA platform. If she accepts her
failed to instil '
in the hearts of
your neighbor is beaten up fate and has the child you term
our youngsters, who all too soon and robbed of his life savingsyou him illegitimate, and shun the
To Classify 'I will become adults, the simple are sorry for him and mother, and your kids taunt the
facts of life they need to know
scream "Why don't the police do unfortunate offspring.
By Russell taw and understand if I P
: they are to
"
something? If a detective comes And speaking of abortions, S1A
We like to think we are advanced take Our their place in society. to your house to question you, I which are illegal in most states,
politicians, cler.
in this country. We lawyers, I you rise in righteous dignity and : I wish everyone would read,
doctors
and civic leaders,
gymen
.
prattle about being first on the aware of these problems, seek to protest the invasion of your pd.i "Let's Speak Out on Abortions"in
moon and at the same time Ignore avoid the truth i vacy. But you told the neighbors the current issue of the Read.
far more important probe by sticking headsin I you saw a man running.A er's Digest. It will give you something -
the sand and clucking their
lems that face society today. tongues.It young housewife is raped. to think on. Prompt Service
You may not know it but our
Crime In America increases by is always much easier to You lock your doors and ask regulations I
the hour along with Juvenile de look the other way than to face "What is the sheriff doing?" If abortionsare governing about therapeutic the least The Flagler TribunePhone
linquency. Respect for our laws facts. If you become too out. she has an abortion to avoid
observed of all our laws
: they
and those charged with its enforcement spoken you can lose friends, having an unwanted child of a are in fundamental conflict with
Is rapidly diminish. i votes or profitable accounts. If criminal you are horrified and I 437-3282
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i BANGS IN KISSIMMEE NO. OFFICIAL PRIMARY BALLOT ISSUING OF

r The Board of Directors of the OFFICER
1 Florida Cattlemen's Association DEMOCRATIC PARTY
\ met In Kissimmee last week to
" review recent developments in
Signature of Elector STUB NO. 1
i s the Federal Brucellosis (Bangs)
I Eradication Program. This program .
is of particular interest to .
. Florida since only Florida and NO. OFFICIAL PRIMARY BALLOT INITIALS ISSUING OF
: Texas have counties left that are
noncertified (have conducted no DEMOCRATIC PARTY OFFICEROFFICIAL
f county-wide testing program.)
Alll counties south and northeastof
I
Gainesville except Flagler are STUB NO. 2 -
non-certified.

However, several additional
I
p
counties in this area have sub.
PRIMARY BALLOT
; mitted petitions to undergo a
testing program anticipating a
Federal order that no cattle from DEMOCRATIC PARTYMAY
noncertified counties will be allowed
to ship out of the state 3, 1966
after January 1st, 1968. This
means that two-thirds of the FLAGLER COUNTYTO
counties in Florida will have to
be tested within the next twenty
months if this order remains in
effect. Fortunately, Flagler County VOTE for a person whose name is printed on the ballot mark a cross (X) in the square at the RIGHT
was Just recertified as Bangs of the name of the person for whom you desire to vote.

free for a period of three more
years. However the testing program
goes on continuously and Circuit Judge, Seventh Judicial Circuit LEGISLATIVEGroup
anyone desiring to have one or
No. 3
more cows tested should contact STATE SENATOR .
(Vote for one)
the County Agent. 15th Senatorial I DistrictVote
Dr. C. L. Campbell, State Veterinarian
also announced during E. 1. EASTMOORE n ( for one)
the meeting that the Card
Test (for determining on-the-
GEO. B. NEWTON
J. A. Tar BOYD
spot Bangs Infection had been ( )
approved for use in the testing I
W. L. WADSWORTH
program. It singles out reactorsto 'VELBORN DANIEL
the disease primarily with
very few suspects showing on STATE 16th Senatorial District
the card. If reactors are found Governor
(Vote for one)
the test is followed up by a
standard blood test sample. Dr. (Vote for one)

Campbell stated too, that the D. D. COVINGTON, JR. I
testing age of vaccinated cows HAYDON BURNS
which have calved would soon
be lowered to 20 months for dairy I FRANCIS P. WHITEHAIR
SAM FOOR
cattle and 24 months for beef
cattle. Member,
I Attending the meeting was Ly- ROBERT KING HIGH State House of Representatives

man Gage, Director from the Flagler County
j Flagler County Cattlemen's Association SCOTT KELLY
and Don Jordan, County (Vote for one)

Agent. Attorney General

(Vote for one) A. H. (Gus) CRAIG

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CALL BARNEY F. COBB EMMETT W. PACETTI

. 437-3669
EARL FAIRCLOTH COUNTY

County Commissioner
Martin Comptroller District No. 2
(Vote for one)
(Vote for one)

RONALD BRUGH
HardingFOR R. L. McNAB

! FRED O. "BUD" DICKINSON, JR.
GEO. E. 'VICKLINE I

WALTER FRANZEL I
County Commissioner
LIGHT DOZIER
LARRY KELLEY I District No. 4Member
WORK -"
(Vote for one)
I State Treasurer

, SHELL (Vote for one) J. B. PElLICER I

}
RAY GANN ALFRED R. TUCKER I
i CEMENT ROCK

BOB HARRIS Board Public

FILL DIRT Instruction, District No. 1
BROWARD'VILLIAJrIS (Vote for one)

Commissioner, Florida Public
TOP SOIL
Service Commission, Group 1 HERSCHEL KING

(Vote for one)
COW MANURE J. D. "Dave" PERRYMAM

PHILLIP S. BREWER Member Board Public

Instruction, District No. 3
W. D. MAYNARD
(Vote
HASTINGS MATTRESS for one)

&: UPHOLSTRY WORKS WIlLIAM T. "BIILY" MAYO
710.12 Lemon St. MARGARET V. KNIGHT

Palatka, Florida Commissioner, Florida Public
Phone EA 5-9166 Service Commission, Group 2 HO\VELL V. PEAVY
Furalhi-,. Upholstering I
(Vote for one)
Repaired & Refinished Member Board
Mattresses & Box Springs Public
Made. to Order,Also RenovatedCall Instruction, District No. 5
Laura Morris 437-3233 JOE BOYD (Vote for one)
I Alter 6:00 P. M.
r PRICES REASONABLE. JERRY W. CARTER
I BUDGET PLAN IF NEEDED. ROY E. LIKINS
Just as near as your
MACK II. JONES
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or :MYRTLE
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Ing to the state as high grade I
Beef Short Course
meat cuts. ,
Dr. Cunha said other speakers
Set For May 5-7 May 6 will cover the development I 20,000
of calves to feedlot size,j
Cattle marketing, both domes the demand for Good and Choice I
tic and foreign will highlightthe feeder calves for the feedlot inj I II
upcoming 15th Annual Beef I,Florida the demand for calves TOP VALUE STAMPS
Cattle Short Course here at the 11 I grading Medium and below pro I
University of Florida May 57. grams for developing light
Some 53 speakers Including' weight calves to feedlot size in j! NO OBLIGATION-NOTHING TO BUY
scientists from the University general, and in the north Florida ',
government officials industry area, to include various pas
representatives and state cattlemen ture programs. BLUE SEAL (Solid)
will take part In the three- Registration begins at 8 a. m. SaverCoupon
day short course at the Florida at the pavilion May 5, however,
Livestock Pavilion located on the official program gets under OLEO LbPkg 7
the University campus. way the night before with the
Doyle Conner Florida's Com annual Block and Bridle Club I
missioner of Agriculture will banquet at the Holiday Inn at'
discuss the values of a sound 7:15: p. m. All functions are open]\ Limit (2) with 5.00 or more food order
beef cattle marketing program.A to the public.INSURANCE. Cut out and have the
special session May 6 will deal I cashier stamp coupon and
with various foreign markets CLAIMS i save ((8)) in 10 week pe-
FLO-CANE riod.
and programs. TOTAL S10 MILLION I 1
Other topics besides the mar TORNADOESState Receive 800 Free
ON APRIL Stamps
keting of cattle and calves include 5, Lb at end of 10 week period
the advantages and disadvantages Treasurer Broward Will- SUGAR 39 and be eligible for 20,000
of feeding steers versus lams has announced that 4,758
Stamp Drawing April 30,
Bag
heifers or bulls and the analyzing Insurance claims totaling about 1966.
of ranching operations to determine I$10 million have been presentedfor
profit and loss. I. damages to homes, automo. Limit (1)) with 5.00 or more food order COUPON No. 9
Dr. T. J. Cunda, chairman of biles and other property by tornadoes
the Animal Science Departmentat that slashed Central Coupon void after 4-25-66
the University the Florida April 3.Hillsborough .
says open.
SHURFINE (Tall Cans)
County claims
ing morning session May 5 will
treaat new developments In the total 1,974 Brevard 1,063 Polk
meat packing industry and the 950, Orange 487 and PInellas Cans 50 FREE
role"chain stores will play In the 284.The MILKS $$100 TOP VALUE STAMPS
future regarding the beef cattleproducer. Insurance Industry is
With of
purchase
." : handling this situation as rap.
Presently Florida ranks 16th I idly as possible," said Williams 3 Lbs. or More
nationally in beef cattle num. who also is state insurance com Limit 8 please CHUCK ROAST
bers with 1,607,000 head. I missioner. Coupon void after 4-25-66
The UF scientist also said beef I
futures trading federal grading EX-SERVICEMEN
and the legal problems of tres II M. T. Dixon, of the Florida HI-C (46 Oz. Can)
passing hunting and fishing Dept of Veterans Affairs, announced 50 FREE:
will be covered. this week that any ex- FRUIT
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TOP VALUE STAMPS
A major part of the afternoon i I serviceman who has 181 days or
program May 5 will cover the] more of active duty, any part of With purchase of
export facilities for shipping which was on or after Feb. 1, Drinks 3 Cans ag ((2) PANREADYCUTUP
which recently have been set up I 1955, or who was discharged on FRYERS
in Tampa. I or after that date for a. service Coupon void after 4-25-66
Florida cattle ''and how they I connected disability, are now
perform in the midwest shouldbe eligible for guaranteed homeor
of high interest to Florida farm Loans.Applications.
cattlemen since many of the for this benefitare GIGANTIC MEAT SALEFlorida
state's cattle are shipped west available at any Veteran
t for final finishing before return. I County Service Officer.
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-- MRS. MARY MADDEN any wild animals acting I so absent-mindedly." Emily
I : ; I strangely. He said any wild animal Dickenson's poems. We think
JIagleeac PASSES AWAYMrs. I which appears to be tame they are like surf-riding. If yoUdon't
Mary Madden former I i should be handled with precau balance on the lines exactly .
When is known to be so, fall off,
resident of Flagler Beach, passed I tion. one you may break a
CLUB MEMBERS ATTEND Mrs. E. L. Stanton; Program Material away Friday afternoon at the I rabid in a given area there is leg or even be drowned.
STATE FEDERATION MEETING Mrs. Lynn Clary; Supply St. Joseph Manor St. Petersburg.Mrs. I almost certain to be others in
Members of the Flagler Worn Work Mrs. Alan Jenkinson:'I Madden was the widowof the area. ** ** *** ***
an's Club, Miss Emily Gage and Campus Ministry, Mrs. Hal Jordan the late Dr. Frank Madden of,I He also advised the public to Keep DANIEL working for YOU
Mrs. R. K. Hirst attended the ; Missionary Personnel, Mrs Pittsburg, Pa. Following his I" use all precaution in any animal !
71st Annual Convention of the Bernie Wilson; Public Relations, death she,came to Flagler Beachto bites, and to report them to his
State Federation of Women's Mrs. Vernon Raymond. reside with her sister and I'I office immediately. Often minor WELBORN
Clubs in Clearwater last week. Members of the nominating brother in law, Mr. and Mrs. bites may prove to be very dan
This was a very Inspirational committee of the new year are Daniel Zoller. Following Mr. gerous or even fatal without j
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meeting. Florida will play a Mrs. William Chimpky, Mrs.I Zoller's death Mrs. Madden and proper treatment. Daniel i
I IDemocrat
leading role in the Diamond Fred Marks, and Mrs. Lester Mrs. Zoller have made their I I

next Jubilee month Celebration, when one in Chicago of our stanton. I Petersburg.home at St. Joseph Manor, St.I, Books Are My Dish '

own Florida clubwomen, Mrs. E. WOMAN'S CLUBINSTALLATION Funeral- Mass 'and intermentwas By Dorothy Homans I
D. Pearce will be installed in the DATE SET
held morning in St.
Monday I 'never write about books as ,
office of President of the General Reservations are being taken I
Petersburg. much as I should-here are some
Federation of Women's Clubs. by Mrs. Jasper White and Mrs. Survivors include the sister, the Beach Public Library I
Flagler
This is 'a great honor for Florida ''H. G. Heydt for the installation Mrs. Irene Zoller St. Petersburg. I jat
I like which does not mean i
and was achieved by Flor Luncheon to be held on Wednesday I
others would, sometimes
ida's participation in all the activities April 27th beginning at 1 though M 7F
do. "Reinhart in Love" by H
of the General Federa p. m. at the Party House in Sea Third Rabid they
breeze. Thomas Berger, madly funny ina
p
tion.Many awards were given both Mrs. Harold Massie is fo be Coon KilledIn far out way. "The Brigadierand d
to the Florida Federation by the the hostess and urges members i the Golf Widow," by John ,
General Federation and to local to invite guests, but be sure to Same AreaGene Cheever, brilliantly different and '
I clubs for their activities and have reservations in by the end always slightly chilling. Margaret
1 participation in projects recommended of this week. Holly of the Flagler Kennedy's "The Forgotten for
t by the GFWC. Conserva Mrs. Richard Collins, DistrictSix County Health Department re Smile." She still has the old
tion of natural resources scholarships Director of Ormond Beach, ported today that another rabid black magic that created "The State SenatorVoted
awarded to deserving Florida will do the installing. coon has been killed in the same Constant Nymph." Shirley Jack
students participation in Art,I area north of Flagler Beach as I son's "Hangman" a study of
public speaking, Music appre COMMUNITY MEMORIAL was reported about 3 weeks ago. youth and the sinister overtones "most effective
ciation, Literature 'and Crafts of CHURCH NEWS The head was examined by the youth must always content within freshman
senator
all kinds are among the many "The pledge to Christ and the State Board of Health in Jack. one form or another. "The in
ways in which the Women's Church" will be the theme of the sonville and was reported to be Pleasure Seeker" by the winner 1965 Senate session."
Clubs of Florida are helping to message by Rev. R. W. Dickert, definItely rabid. of the Prix Rivoral has in its I
create a richer life and a better pastor of the Community Memo. All persons in the area are dedication a comment not to be M.A4v.,.,eI(M by w.,....DonUi
community in which to live. nay Church next Sunday at 11 warned to _be on the. lookout forf orgotten.-"God created 'us, but ************
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o'clock. The Sunday School session .
WOMANS SOCIETY OF begins at 9:45 with classesfor
CHRISTIAN SERVICEThe all ages.
Womans Society of Chris. The Ladies Guild will meet
tian Service of the Flagler Beach next Thursday April 29th in ;1 What else
Church recently studied the Book Fellowship Hall with Mrs.
of Acts under the leadership of, Amelia Gilbert as hostess.
Rev. Reynold Hoover. Twenty- Meeting time is 2 p. m. that costs so little
four members and friends were
in attedance. FIRST BAPTIST
Newly elected officers of the CHURCH TOPICS does so much
Society are: President, Mrs. William Rev. Max Hall, pastor of the
Givens vice president; Mrs. first Baptist Church of Flagler for
Ralph Woodruff; Treasurer, Mrs. Beach said today his topics for everybody?
Kenneth Whitney, and assistantMrs. the: Sunday services will be:
Fred Marks; Secretary, Miss The Minister Church, and the
Emily Gage.Secretaries. World," for the morning servo :# i; 1 raK
,, of the different de
Ice.The
partments are: Missions on Education topic for th.evening servo f
Mrs. Roger Hoose; Spirit. Ice will be "Christianity: Reality
ual Life Cultivation, Mrs. Keith or Fantasy". The evening service
Lovell; Membership Cultivation, hour will be 7:30.

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Dear Fellow Citizens of I

Flagler CountyI ; '

AM ANNOUNCING MY CANDIDACY FOR > r

COUNTY COMMISSIONER, DISTRICT 4
',,' YOUR VOTE AND SUPPORT WILL BE
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Mrs. Pansy Jones, Mrs. Bud TAPPPED FOR Lean Western CENTER CUT
Durrance, Mrs. Charlotte Brat-
cher, and Mrs. Norma Turner HONOR SOCIETYHeidi PORK CHOPSlb.
were visiting in Miami duringthe L. Eisenbach was initia
past weekend.Mrs. ted Friday night, April 15, 1966, .
into Phi Theta Kaper National 6ge
Daisy Buckles has return. Junior College Honor Society.
ed home from an extended visit Initianlon was held in the new I
in Atlanta, Ga., with her daughter Student Union Building at the Fresh Florida Grade "A" D & D ((228 Ib. Avg.) WHOLE (Limit 2 Please)
and family. Daytona Beach Junior College of
which Heidi is a freshman.
Recent visitors here from Roch Eligibility for membership in IbR 27
ester, N. Y., included Mr. and the honor society is based on
Mrs. Fred Staub. They are the scholartic standing of carryingat
parents of Mrs. Sammy Mays, least 15 semester hours, main.
formerly of Bunnell and now of taining at least a 3.0 average in
U. S. D. A. GOOD
Rochester.Mrs. grades, and moral character and

L. M. Whitaker has re have Membership faculty recommendations.in this organization CHUCK lb. 43
turned to her home here after is recognized nationally by ROASTStreak
a visit of three weeks in Gaines all colleges and universities as
ville, Georgia with her son in the mark of the most select Wilson's "PURE PORK" O'Lean
law and daughter, Mr. and Mrs. group from the Junior Colleges.At SMOKED -lb. I WHITE lb.
Haskel Dorsey. the business meeting of the SAUSAGE 6ge BACON Sge
Mu Rho Pho Theta Kapper, Heidi
Mr. and Mrs. George McArn was elected treasurer.As U. S. D. A. Choice "FULL CUT"
and daughter are guests of his a student at the Daytona
grandmother, Mrs. Daisy Buck. Beach Junior College Heidi has ROUND STEAK lb. 89
les. been active in the Student Government
Association; she was
Weekend guests of Mrs. Daisy elected Freshman Representativeand Drummer Boy SMOKEDPICNICS (6-8 lb. Avg.) SLICED FREE
Buckles were Mr. and Mrs. Brady appointed to serve on the
Wadsworth and family of Jesup, Spirit Committee.She .
Georgia.Mrs. was elected Sophomore lb. 39HI.C
Representative for the 1966.67
Lee Blakely has been in school year. Heidi is a memberof
r the local hospital receiving med. the Keyettes, an "on campus" (ALL FLAVORS) 46 oz. Can
ical treatment the past week. service club. The club members
FRUIT for Pillsbury (Sweet or Buttermilk)
have rendered many services in DRINKS 3 8ge,
Mrs. Peg Moody has returnedto the City of Daytona Beach as BISCUITSMAXWELL
her home in Flagler Beach, well as the college.
after receiving treatment at the Heidi is a psychology major HOUSECOFFEE 8 oz.
Halifax Hospital for injuries re and was a member of the 1965 Can 50
ceived in an auto wreck last graduating class of Bunnell
week. High School. She is the daugh. Limit 4 with $5.00 or more food order
ter of Mr. and Mrs. C. B. Eisen
Miss Marie Muzyka has re bach of Bunnell. 1 lb. 470
turned home after surgery at the Tin Red & White No. 21/2 Can
Halifax Hospital in Daytona Limit 1 with $5.00 or more food order 9 for $4fOO
Beach.V. MRS. ROBERTSON PEACHESStokely's
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The Veterans of Foreign Wars were her daughters in law, Mrs.
SUGAR
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en Pilau Super at the Bunnell Lloyd Robertson. Also her granddaughter
Civic Center on Saturday eve Mrs. Ed. Zeller. Bag 370 SAUSAGE 4 for $IO
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Re-elect

Myrtle C. Rice ( Mrs. John ) 1

MEMBER SCHOOL BOARD, DIST. 5 Ir

College Degree in Education nil

teacher 32 experienceFour
Retired -- years

Years Member Phone 437-3227
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Sebago PotatoesFor baked Begin potatoes.your adventure by using

the new Hastings, or Sebago potatoes
Barbecuing now fresh on the market. ELECT EMMETT W. PACETTIFor

Mrs. Essie Thompson, Putnam
Grown LocallyVery
County Extension home econo.
House of Representatives
mist, recommends this methodfor
soon now the new Hastings
or Sebago potato will be rosin baking potatoes to per I
.
showing up in the market. Because fection: FLAGLER and ST. JOHNS COUNTIES
of their high moisture con Rosin Baked Potato

tent, the Sebago is particularly Melt six pounds of rosin In a PERSONAL DATA
adapted to barbecuing.Miss pot. It takes 30 minutes to melt BORNBorn
Nettie Ruth Brown, county St. Florida.
the rosin to a moderate boiling June 13 1925, Augustine,
Extension home economics action. Pots for cooking rosin EDUCATION
agent in St. Johns County, where potatoes are available, with ros Bachelor of Science Degree,
the U. S. Merchant Marine Academy,
,
the potatoes are grown says
in Included, at hardware stores.
barbecued Bachelor of Civil Engineering Degree,
achieve
trick to perfectly
With wide-jawed tongs or a I Rensselaer Polytechnic Institute.
potatoes is to daub the potatoes '
large drainage spoon, carefully I FAMILY
with the same sauce you place one potato at a time into Resides in St. Augustine, Florida with wife Virginia
do the meat, and barbecue themat the boiling rosin. Do not over I N and four children-Dale 10, Randy 6, Carol Anne 5,
the outdoor and Ronald 1.
the same time on
load. The level of the boiling
grill. rosin should be one and onehalfto AFFILIATIONS
Industrial
President, Corporation.
The choice of meat is up to two inches below the top rim a ? Chairman, Industrial Development Committee of Chamber of Com
you, but be sure to use the new
of the pot toavoid boiling over. merce.
Sebago potato. Cover the pot partially for heat Member of Zoning Board and also Planning Commis.
Barbecued Potatoes sion of City of St. Augustine, Florida.
s
medium- conservation. Sixty minutes later Received Governor's Award in 1965 for industrial
dozen
Scrub half a the potatoes will be baked to absolute ( efforts.
sized potatoes and parboil them perfection. Past President of local Jaycees.
in the packets for half an hour Remove one potato at a time. County Coordinator for Secretary of State Tom Adams.
in salted water. Save the water Place on foil. Wrap and twist PRESENT ENDEAVOR
for soup stock. In contains muchof Spearheading development of 365 acre Industrial
ends. Cut out top. Serve hot im.
the potato's nutrients. Cut unpeeled Tract.
mediately and you have one of I
potatoes into quarter. BUSINESSOwner
the true delicacies. of Consulting Engineering and Land Survey-
inch slices and marinate them Allow the rosin to cool and Ing Firm.
for an hour in the sauce pan solidify in the pot. It may be PLEDGE
you plan to use on the meat reused indefinitely.More To work on a continuing basis for the growth and
while you prepare the rest of the development of St. Johns and Flagler Counties.,
I
meal. than 260 palm trees withan
Put them on the greased grill average height of 30 feet A MAN OF PROVEN ABILITYWho
along with the meat, basting
were transplanted within. a six. Stands and Works for Community Progress and DevelopmentPd.
them with the sauce every now
month period in 1926 at Florida'sCypress
and then. Turn when the underside Gardens. ,' Pol. Adv.
is brown and baste two or
thre times. Salt and pepper them

'after you take them up and .
while they're still hot. Serves -

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Simmer 20 minutes. If any sauceis
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New Chemicals I eradicated ;sterilizing massive In supervised chemosterilant When cast-iron plows appeared I The collard with its close relative -
J numbers of screw worm with programs. I In the early 1800's, many kale is one of the most prim-
Control InsectProduction I gamma radiation and then releasing farmers refused to use them for I hive and oldest members of the
I them. New offspring declined Subscribe to The Ylagler Tribune I fear of "poisoning the soil." cabbage family.
!I and the Insect ceased to S2..5G A Year In Advance I iI
be a problem.The .
Houseflies haven't got a I utilization of chemicals
chance. The development of new I I instead of radiation for sterilization PHONEKelley's i I..
chemical sterilants' is puttingman would eliminate the need
one step nearer the conceptof for expensive radiation equip Fuel"Oil
total control of insect popula- ment to sterilize the insects for I
tions. release. For the control of some

These chemicals, known as species, chemosterilants could CLEAN BURNING
"chemosterilants," are compounds I be placed in bait form so that insects -
capable of preventing coming in contact with the
sexual reproduction among In- bait would be incapable of re STANDARD
sects. This could mean that production. This would eliminatethe
some insect pests, such as the costly rearing of millions of
mosquito and housefly, are sterilized insects for release. If
doomed to extinction. insects and their offspring came
1
United States Department of in contact with the chemical A )
Agriculture (USDA) researchers sterilants their total ability to reproduce PRODUCTS
I on the University of Florida would decline. As fewer DIESEL -:- KEROSENEHOME
I t campus are evaluating over 5,000 ofspring replace those insects
, chemicals as possible chemos- that die of natural causes, the DELIVERY COMMERCIAL ACCOUNTS
terilants. Two graduate studentsin population could eventually be Phone 437-7172 Bunnell, Florida
the University's College of Agriculture reduced to zero.
are also participatingin When insecticides are used in
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the research as a part of their combination with chemosterilants "Sound fiscal policies have bean
doctoral the population could first essential to keep Florida growing
BUDDY
programs.The and our State economy healthy.Continuing KNOX
research project leader is be killed by as much as 90 per my work as Comptroller
cent, and then the surviving insects of Florida,!pledga' to maintain YOUR
Dr. G. C. LaBrecque, USDA ento- these sound and conservative ATLANTIC DEALER
mologist, who said that research could be exposed to the policies." Bunnell Atlantic
Service Station
underway here is the most ex- bait sterilant. With this ap- I II
tensive project of its kind in the proach, pests would not have a C a2 Gr TrS\ Day Phone 437-3652
United States chance to gain a foothold.Chemosterillzatlon of Florida U.S. Highway 1 (,..' 3))
Comptroller Night Ph. 437-3944
The ability of insects to repro- of course, I
duce quickly and the fact that is still in the experimentalstage. THE RIGHT MANN REPAIR, REBUILD GENERATORS, STARTERS
certain insects have developeda To utilize the method THE RIGHT JOB AND CARBURETORS
resistance to pesticides have properly, more information Is I
stimulated interest in sterilization needed about insect mating free fold for of by Florida the Dickinson Campaign for Fund.Comptroller 24 Hour Heavy Duty Wrecker Service
techniques, according to Dr. quency, capacity, behavior and I
William G. Eden, entomology migrating range.
department chairman in the In- The housewife of tomorrow /
stitute of Food and Agricultural will not find chemosterilants / --
Sciences. available in spray cans such as -

I If an insect population is those containing pesticides. The KEEP
, nearly wiped out by an insecticide chemosterilants under study are } <
I the reproductive capacityof to some degree too hazardousfor P: '
the few surviving insects enables common use and must be ap- FLORIDA
I them to reproduce in large plied only at carefully timed Intervals
numbers very soon. With the before insect populationshave _
housefly, for example, mating in had a chance to multiply. GROWING
r easly spring could result 5 to Chemosterilants will not pro .
300 trillion ofspring by fall. The vide immediate control of crop
.lit
need for control of reproductionis infestations. Conventional pesticides /'-
therefore apparent. are needed for this. .
Researchers at the Universityof Yp. 4.r
The effectiveness of sterilization )
was demonstrated recently. Florida are confident that KEEP A _
in Florida when the screw safe, reliable, chemicals will _
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BURNSwiil'7GOVERNOR
TO MY FELLOW CITIZENS OF

FLAGLER COUNTYI


am again placing my name before you to serve as

your County Commissioner from District 2 for

another term. I want to thank you for your confidence

in me for many years. Hoping I still merit
In 1965 under the administration of Governor Haydon Burns,
that confidence and support I remain,
Florida reached new heights in

Respectfully, EDUCATION TOURISM

BUSINESS AND INDUSTRIAL GROWTH
WICKLINEVeTeTTe'TeT
GEORGE E.

EMPLOYMENT AND PERSONAL INCOME
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TOO LATE TO the ground and outlined on a survey is that interpretationsof jointly with the state Experiment Garden peppers, 'both hot and
i CLASSIFYtOntlnued aerial maps. Such things as the potential uses of the soil Stations and the Soil Conservation mild types, are not related to the
roads, trails, railroads, streams can be made.A Service (SCS of the USDA. true pepper from which is obtained
from Page 3) and rivers, lakes and houses all "soil behavior" chart is 'also black pepper. It belongs,
medical practice and the show on these maps. provided which recommends rather, to the same family as
sound
!' : Subscribe to The Kogier Tribune tomatoes and potatoes, both native
both
General various agricultural
toll they exact in human suffering information about the I uses,
and some times human area is provided, giving descriptions j and non-agricultural in nature. I. S&50 A Year IP Advance to the Americas.

life, is too high. Enlightened of the different soils. One Leighty explains that all soil -
medical and legal opinion agrees of the more Important aspects' of I surveys in the state are made

that the time for reform is now. -- ._,- -. I An Editorial
You may not realize it but the :
ratio is one abortion to every 3.6
live births today and the numberof
SCOTT KELLY STANDS TALL
illegitimate children added to
our assistance rolls is steadily Superbly Qualified:

mounting at your expense by r----------: Scott Kelly was born
those who observe our abortion in Madison County, Florida
laws. I September 30, 1937. Francis P. WhitehairDeLand's
Our educators are screamingfor c One year later his family
more money, more schools, J moved to Gadsden
more teachers. Our legislatorsfor I County, where his father,
more help for the underprivileged / James Kelly, was engaged Francis P. Whitehair, one of Florida's
our churches for more I in farming. Kelly most distinguished attorneys .has announced
members and more support, our was reared on a farm his candidacy for the Florida State Senate.
lawyers for more protection of acriminal's 'I
near Quincy, with his Seldom has a
rights, our doctors for
three sisters and two more qualified man ,
better facilities to take care of I brothers. lie was activein sought a public 4, ''

illness, disease and suffering.Yes the Future Farmersof office, and the De. ,.'t < ,4i
we need more education, Land Sun News ) : .
America. His mother is '
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sense, more attention
more common still resides in Quincy. pleased to recommend : ;5: ( is.
to our problems but it is i him to thevoters. I ,r.w.o '\
time we faced up to those prob. ?;;\' \i. ,," '
ON EDUCATION Scott believes that education N .
lems, revised our laws, cast off Kelly Y2' ;
must be first-must receive priority consideration. His In and out of
our Intolerance and apathy and program for acceleration in public school education is a
started thinking about our bold committment to our children.ON politics and govern .
ment at all levels s
grandchildren. HONESTY IN GOVERNMENT-Scott Kelly will insiston '
Mr. Whitehair'sexperience
absolute honesty in the day-to-day operation of state ,
government. Dictatorial attitudes and machine politics has varied
Expert ExplainsA will have no place in the Kelly administration.ON from city attorney < .r ,
RACE RELATIONS-Scott Kelly will appoint a biracial for Lake Helento <
Soil committee to provide advice and guidance on Under Secretary '
SurveyWhat's racial matters.ON of the United '
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'a soil survey? It's an CONSERVATION OF NATURAL HECOURCES-Scott States
inventory of the natural soil resources Kelly will protect Florida's natural resources and natural More recent
beauty. He has specific proposals for: creation of a Governor's
of particular area-
a he
served the 5th
Advisory Board on: Conservation, preservationof
say a county. public lands for public use, anti-pollution program, District of the State
Technicians dig or bore a number (air, water and off-shore), restoration of the Everglades, Road Department --
of holes in the earth to examine expansion of Florida's park system and protection of as a member of the
the various layers of soil marine and wild life. board. This district encompasses the 11 counties
down to about five feet, says R. FOR SENIOR CITIZENS-Scott Kelly recognizes the wealthof comprising the 4th Senatorial District, plus the
G. Leighty, associate soils surveyor citizens experience and will and ability promote available utilization among of their Florida's talents senior by counties of Orange, Brevard and Putnam. Who
with the state's Agricultural commerce and industry. He plans state-supported com could be more familiar with the problems of these
Experiment Stations. munity nursing care and facilities for senior citizens who counties than the man who served them as road
These surveys can be helpful are incapable of caring for themselves.ON I board member? .
not only to agriculture but also WOMEN IN GOVERNMENT-Scott Kelly believes (His) administration was responsible for a
to builders, developers, sanitation there is a need for increased participation by women in I total of more than $20 million in contracts for
government at all levels. As Governor, Scott Kelly will
engineers, public health of-
roads and bridges the district .
appoint qualified women to state positions according to throughout and
ficials and ,city and county points to his remarkable administrative
I ability and experience without reference or discrimination ability.Mr. .

planners.On the. basic of Information because of sex. Whitehair .has become legend as a trial
: ON ROAD BUILDING-Scott Kelly will build roads basedon lawyer and a pleader before the Florida and the
obtained from a survey, the soils :' traffic count-need, not greed-with provision for reorganization United States Supreme Courts. His demonstrated
are "classified into series, types of the State Road Department and professional
and phases and higher categories direction of the state's road building program. ability to debate the issues can be of great benefit
I' DEMOCRATIC PRIMARY MAY 3rd when he is called upon for action on the floor of
in the national soil classification
the senate in
committee-room
system. VOTE SCOTT KELLY GOVERNOR or deliberations.

Leighty says the boundaries of (Pd Political Adv.) Mr. Whitehair has a distinguished war record
the various soils 'are located on I He volunteered in 1942, soon after Pearl
., ._ I It Harbor He saw action with the Pacific Fleet,
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= earned the combat V award, the Legion of Merit

: ,.... I and the Bronze Star .
.- :::t-, He .was called to Washington in 1950 by
.- President Truman to serve as the first counsel for
Proven I the Economic Stabilization Agency.Serving under
experience him were 4,000 lawyers and 8,000 enforcement

officers .

in a job it takes For the past few years Mr. Whitehair has de-
voted himself to the private practice of law and to
the administration of the Fish Trust Hospitals in
a lifetime to learn DeLand and New Smyrna Beach. He is presidentof
the trust, which owns and operates 400 acres of
citrus groves.
Back in the days when automation was something you only i
Those who have known Mr.Whitehair
worked with through
Broward Williams
read about in science fiction,
his career can testify to his character and ability
the State Treasurer's office to convert Florida's pen and He is a man of action-a man who gets things
n$ Ink bookkeeping to a data processing system. That's how Florida done.That he will make an outstanding senator is
became one of the first states to use automation to keep ", I not questioned .

p' track of revenues and statistics. As the state grew, so did And there is no doubt in our mind but that he
.: the state's capability in record keeping. Today it enables your will be Florida's leading senator among the 48 to
State Treasurer to keep up with traffic accident records, t;: be elected May 3rd.

insurance statistics and state bookkeeping. In voting I (Excerpted from an editorial in the DeLand
t S .r to keep Broward Williams State Treasurer you will be voting to Sun News, April 3, 1966.)
;, j keep In office a man who has also kept pace with
Z a; YLB 1k Florida's growth. His many years in the fields 1 * * * * !
a
.' of Insurance and State finance qualify him to

$ continue to represent you completely. When you vote PROVEN ELECT FRANCIS P.
'4 to keep Broward Williams your State Treasurer you EXPERIENCE INA

will be voting to keep in office a man with proven JOB; IT TAKES

a'' experience In a lob It takes a lifetime to learn. A LIFETIME TO I WHITEHAIRSTATE

LEARN
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q deftutg fit 4)1041 to them with lengths of thorny rose plenty deep. popular with gardeners.The However, variegated leaved
I varieties -
clippings. Prunings from climb. When planning the cutting plant can be used, accord. such as Materials and

(By Beney Sharp) ing roses are Ideal. Place the: medium, remember to get some ling to Dickey, for foundation or Cooperi, may be used to good
stickers where the prowling animal ] gravel to use in the bottom of plantings. This Includes the advantage in
Watering a hedge is like Is likely to Invade the plant the cutting box. The gravel will use of columnar varieties like provide a pleasing group contrast.plantings to

spanking a child-you've got to bed. Short lengths of barbed Insure adequate drainage. Dainty (LaFrance), Lutea, An. Dense-branching varieties suchas
do a good Job to be effective. wire are a substitute for thorny I Many media can be used, suchas dersons No. 10 and Jane Withersas Brilliantissmus (Single Scar.
Teasing a dry drooping hedge clippings. sand, a 50-50 mixture of sand "accent
I point" plants. let, Florida Sunset
Usually the errant dog smells and peat, vermiculite or similar Euterpe,
with a dust settling dole of I Hibiscus can also be used as Betty Chalk, Peachblow and
water Is not preventing trouble danger and won't endanger his materials. individuals in
or groups of twoor American
Beauty
are best for
but is merely postponing it. feet or your prized plants, therefore I Before putting the media in more as "standards" for terrace hedges, according to
you can't be accused of being the box be sure that it is sterile. Dickey.
It is agreed that miserly application or formal use. Dickey points He warns that the 'hibiscus
cruel to dumb animals. Sterilize the medium in the oven
will keep the water bill out that the flowering plant is should not be sheared to formal
by heating at about 250 degreesfor
low and the hedge leaves as Azaleas often seen as part of an Inform. shape but cut back just enoughtoo
one-half hour
to one hour.
green and as crisp as the dollar I al shrubbery border, and as an keep the plants dense and
: Rooted azalea limbs are like Newly purchased peat and Informal
bills you save. But stingy water. flowering hedge. well shaped.
most young brides-they do best vermiculite should be sterile, The
ing during droughts brings roots researcher says when
but before it is reused, however,
when separated from their moth.
within the top inch of the soil. planting in groups or for a
it should be sterilized.
Later, plants may succumb be. er's apron strings. Therefore, Inspect hedge, be sure to use varieties Fl
cause of shallow roots. your azaleas.If similar in character of growth

So, often, you'll pay triple the you discover a rooted limb, Hibiscus and appearance of leaves. He RENEW YOURDRIVER'S
cost of water you should have cut it loose from the mother Plants explains that too much contrast LICENSE ,j.

used in replacing stunted or dead plant. Like humans, you've got will produce a very ragged and DURING YOUR
to coddle the This Shown Popular ''
plants.If new plant. unpleasing effect. BIRTHMOHJHiANNOUNCING
rain in inadequate to "make means seeing that the newly de.
the moisture meet" every weekor pendent plant is furnished with Hibiscus is one of the most I

10 days, then soak the roots plenty of food and water. popular ornamental shrubs for I I
with water from the hose. Soak When the new plant Is doing landscape planting in Florida, :
the soil to a depth of 5 to 6 well, move it to a new home. As in areas where it is adapted.It's .

inches. you know, it is hard to keep two easy to grow, and this is.
Fido's TracksIt housewives or two plants happyin probably one of the most Important ; I am a candidate for re-election as
the same home. factors considered
is exasperating to find thata Now is the time to get readyto the homeowner with a "green by COUNTY COMMISSIONER, DISTRICT 4

night-prowling pooch has game propagate softwood cuttings.You thumb."
boled up and down the full will have best luck with cut. The plant has an attractive I I consider it an honor to represent the peopleof

length of a newly planted flower tings between now and the first foliage and blooms almost con Flagler County. If re-elected, I will continue to
bed. Since it appears that the of June. R. to the best of
tinuously over a long season. serve my ability.
exhilarating feel of soft earth You should have a cutting box, D. Dickey, horticulturist with the I
attracts the mutts, defend newly which can be any container Florida Agricultural Experiment Your vote and support will be appreciated

dug flower beds with somethingnot preferably a box-fixed to give Stations, says hibiscus makes a
so soft. I good drainage. Scale the box to
quick recovery when killed to Alfred R. TuckerPd.
After transplanting those dimea fill your needs, but be sure that the ground by cold. Lastly, its
piece plants, try protecting lit is not too deep-six inches is many forms and colors make It ( Political Adv.)




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Dollar for dollar honestly do rot believe you can get a better home for
your money than one built by Jim Walter. As for price, there Is virtually no such thing as
"can't afford." Choose the home you would like to have built on your property from the
I many different styles and more than twenty different models ranging from one to four bed.
rooms.. Then name the amount per month you can afford, or feel you would like to pay.
Jim Walter will build to suit your budget.This Is possible because of the money saving
advantage offered, which permits you to finish the interior yourself, or to arrange to haveit
completed, step by step. It's a beautiful way to have the home you've dreamed about,
where you want it, and save big money too. The more you do yourself, the more you'llsave.
You'll start with a tremendous value and keep adding to an Investment that can't
help but pay off.

100% FINANCING TO QUALIFIED PROPERTY OWNERS

Whatever you choose to have built on your property, the more complete home, having inside
finish materials Installed, the basic shell with Inside finish materials furnished but not
Installed or merely the basic shell home, all can be financed 100% no money down
and completely paid. In just 12 short years.Think of how much a mortgage free home would
help you, in paying for the college education of your children.
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BUILDING SECOND HOME COTTAGES

You would never .."... how little the coil
Served 6 Years In the Legislature : would. to have Jim Walter build your weekend .
IMIfj vacation cottage. Now, most famllle can
afford to ..Ion, to that loloct group of fun-
Flagler County Business Man day loving with,second Jim Walur.homo American.. Chock It cut to.

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i'; I[ NEW TECHNOLOGICAL i in more than' 400 jobs in over 40
BILL ZAHUL DIES (Top Students | Honey Spreads fields
i I ACHIEVEMENTS I career ; travel and educational -

SATURDAY IN And I MADE BY AIR FORCE programs; 30 days annual
(Junior College ToppingsFlorida I I leave; these are Just a few that
DEARBORN. MICH. I The amazing technological
meal planners can look 'i are ready and waiting for members -
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Honored achievements being made the
by
Bill Zahul of Dearborn, Michigan TuesdayA forward to plenty of honey to I,; of the Aerospace Team. See
Air Force
brother In law of Mrs. formal academic convocation sweeten spring menus. today requires personnel your local Air Force Recruiter,
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of fine caliber. To the
I Stella Moody of Bunnell, passed honoring outstanding stu- John D. Haynle, apiculturist, young Sergeant Dick Maves, at 221 Bay
who enters Its
ranks
the
away April 16th, after a long dents of the Daytona' Beach Florida Agricultural Extension I'I Air person Force offers a multitude, of street, or call 253-9671, and find

illness. 'Junior College was held Tuesday Service, offers some suggestions benefits. out if You can qualify to becomea
Mrs. Zahul Is the former Miss morning in the Theatre in the on how to make honey spreads I member of this important
Ellen Skowronski of Bunnell. I Humanities Building. Dr. Roy F. and toppings to add variety to I I I Technical training. is available]I Team, the Aerospace Team. '

Bergengren Jr., president of the meals. --

RETURNS FROM college, presented the awards. Make Swiss honey by mixing, ELECTHOWELL
VISIT TO PHOENIXMrs. Among the students honoredwas equal amounts of whipped

Nazhla Trad has returnedto Jesse H. McKnight III, son cream, honey, butter or marga V. PEAVY
her home here after a visit of of Mr. and Mrs. J. H. McKnight rine. Serve on sliced fruit, plain

six weeks with her son, Pete Jr. of Flagler Beach. Young cake or cupcakes.
MEMBER
Trad and his family in Phoenix, "Buzy" McKnight was honoredas Make a honey spread by blend OF

Arizona. top student in English and ing together equal amounts of, Board of Public Instruction

She was Joined there last I German. He is a 1965 graduate warmed honey, peanut butter,

week by her son in law and I I of the Bunnell High School. butter or margarine. Serve on DISTRICT No. 3, MAY 3rd'
daughter, Mr. and Mrs. Joe Kiley An annual event in the College I toast or plain cake.
who visited two days. Mr. Kiley I I calendar, this year's Award i Serve honey as Is--cold or Your Vote and Support Will Be Greatly

flew to Canada for a business Assembly is the first formal one warmed-spread on toast, bis AppreciatedPd.

trip and Mrs. Kiley accompanied to be held. All classes were dis II III cults, pancakes, waffles, and ( Political Adv.)
her mother on the return trip,I I missed for the convocation. other hot breads. -

traveling by car. I Thirty three students were hon Honey toppings come in a

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I binations. For fresh fruit, fruit

YOUTH LIVESTOCK salad, fruit cup, or ice cream, Don'tForget
Club To SeekEquipment top with a drizzle of honey just

CLUB ACTIVITIESContinued before serving. To drizzle, pour

( from page 1) For honey on in a fine stream.

ed hard working crew and within Whipped cream sweetened '
two hours they had replaced Meeting PlaceAt with honey makes a tempting To
topping for plain fruit, ice ,
51 posts and driven quite a few cream
its meeting Tuesday evening .
staples. Those helping were Melanie gingerbread, or a gelatine dessert
th Flagler' Senior Citizens
and Dan Cody, Pat, Phillip
Club voted to a resolu
and Mike Zimmerlee, Sue Broad. prepare Top hot desserts with honey
tlon, to be presented to the
away, Lee Bourne, Ray Smith, hard sauce. To make it, blend Vote ForonMay3Pd.
Flagler Beach City Commission,
Barry Thornton, Perry Allman, warmed honey with half as
urging that a portion of the
Charles Clegg. I much butter or margarine. Chill
in the recreation
money city's '
Next activity for the group fund be used for the purchase of and serve.
will be a Public Speaking Contest recreational equipment for Com Surprise the family by serving

scheduled for the first weekin munlty Hall in the Municipal honey as a sweetener for hot or Herschel

May. Members have been Building. It was suggested that cold cereal. Spoon the honey King
working hard the past few the club propose the acquisitionof from the Jar or serve it from a I"

weeks on their speeches, so a a motion picture projector and pitcher, Haynie suggests.

very interesting program shouldbe screen, which could be used not I
In store for the
contest. only by the Senior Citizens but There are more than 2,000

also by other groups that meet Spanish American War veterans

In the recreation building.A still living who are 90 years of I

committee composed of Lynn age or older, according to the ( Political Adv.)

Clary, Mrs. Irma Parker, Walter Veterans Administration. ,
41 liS I Ii Oreal, and Mrs. Elfie Goodwinwas .- -----. -

appointed to draw up a resolution
and present it to the
Commissioners. AN OPEN LETTER

i\ Attendance at the meeting
i totalled 54, reflecting the departure .
of a number of club FROM SEN. D. D. COVINGTON JR.

members who are winter visitors

and who have returned to their COUNTY
TO FLAGLER VOTERS
homes in the North. Membership .

in the club now stands at
Reapportionment has thrust me into a re-election campaign which must cover 11 counties
106. Appearing on the programwas
Mrs. Charles Charon who In a very short time. This, of course, makes it impossible for me to see most of you
and tell you why I believe I can do the best Job for you as your 16th district state senator.So .
a reading.The
Ny, gave club's next meeting will I hope you will accept this as a sincere request for your support and vote May 3rd.

4 be held on May 10 instead of its Perhaps you would ask: "Why should I vote for you?" My answer would be: "I have

scheduled meeting date of May proven my desire and ability to work for all Florida, your county included; I am awareof
13. The change 'In date was made the problems and needs of your county and pledge my personal attention to helping

necessary because the clubroomwill solve them; I am the only man in this race with the legislative experience, vigor and public .
be used as a polling place Interest necessary to get the Job done."
for the May 3 primary election.
My opponent, from DeLand, has publicly stated he's all for this huge district am
not. It deprives you of the type of representation which is rightfully yours. It is unfair to

1 you, It is unfair to( the rest of the district, and it is unfair to the four senators who together .
GOVERNOR EXTENDS must try to represent the people in this vast area. You have my firm promise to
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CAR TAG PURCHASEFOR work to "bring your senator home."

THIRTY DAYSGov. Before you vote May 3rd, I urge you to compare candidates. Compare lawmaking experience

; compare ages, enthusiasm and willingness to work; compare public service records
Decisions of the Florida Public Haydon Burns has granted
Service Commission affect Flor ; compare all character traits and qualifications.
a 30-day extension for purchases
ida's future-and your pocket-
book. of automobile license Your support and vote is needed and will be sincerely appreciated.D. .

Billy MAYO participated In tags due to the emergency in
public utility rate reductions totaling D. 'COVINGTON JR.
Central Florida caused by the
since Joining
$22.000,000
the Public Service Commission. tornadoes which hit that portionof State Senator

*L, This saving to Floridians I r preT" the state recently.The .
sents 40% of all I rate reductionsby I deadline has been extended
the Commission during the
last 10 years. from April 20 to May 20.

The governor announced at
the same time that State Comp
&TEta MAYO-MAY 3 troller Fred Dickinson had advised -

I him the extension would
KEEP
I not cause any problems in state D.P,
finances.

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