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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 28, 1966
Publication Date: -1981
Frequency: weekly
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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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r VOLUME 54, NO. 17 ,- BUNNELL, FLORIDA, THURSDAY, APRIL 28, 1966 2.50 A YEAH
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: Bunnell School SOCIAL SECURITYREPRESENTATIVE Public Notified I HARRY J. SHERIFF Anniversary Of

DIES APRIL 16
Band Presents Against Dumping Christianity
HERE AND BEACHField AFTER LONG ILLNESS

Spring ConcertThe Representative F. G. Trash and WrecksThe I Harry J. Sheriff of Ormond I CelebrationThe

Shaw from the Daytona Beach I Beach, owner and operator of
Little Band in East Flagler Mosquito thousandth
"Biggest Office will be at the office in the the Flagler Beach Hardware, one anniversary
Dixie" and the "Little Band" will Control District has a permit of Christianity will be celebrated
Bunnell City Hall from 9 to 12a. died at the Ormond Beach Hospital
their annual spring concert from the owners and is operating In three
present<< a day programat
m. each second and fourth on April 16 following an
on Friday Evening, April 'a land fill garbage dump at the St. Mary' Catholic Church
Tuesdays of the month. illness of lengthy duration. He
I 29th. The concert will begin at the coquina rock ridge west of beginning Sunday.At .
He will also be at the Flagler was 64 years of age.
M. at the Flagler Gym in Flagler Beach. eleven o'clock In the
8 P. morn-
Beach Post Office from 1 to 2 I Mr. Sheriff was born in Dayton
Bunnell. The program for the big. Recently someone has been Ing a new 8 foot statue in St.
p. m. on the 24th of :May. Ohio and had lived in Ormond
band will be as follows: dumping wrecked cars, discarded Mary's Cemetery will be dedicated
Beach 15 He
years. was a member
Glory of the Gridiron March refrigerators and other trashon I of the Ormond United to Our Lady of Czestocho-

Overture Mllltalre Public Speaking the grounds. Church. I wa. This will be followed by a

Chaconne I This practice is not permittedby solemn high mass at the St.
Funeral services held I
Them Basses I Contest Set For the owners and the Mosquito I from the Woodward were& Lawther Mary's Church.A .
Suite District Lease only permits polish
Folk Song gar. sausage luncheonwill
I Funeral Home, Holly Hill April
Brigadoon Selections Youth Club bage to be dumped. be served on the Church
I 19 with Dr. Theodore Rogers of.
Carnival of Melody Those who are dumping this grounds at 1:30.: At four in the
Washington Post MarchA Thursday, May 5th, will be a trash and wreckage on the ficiating. afternoon a tribute will be givento
Survivors include his wife,
special feature of the concert Youth big day Livestock for members Club.A of the grounds are advised to stop the I Ruth, Ormond Beach; 6 sons, Our Lady Of Czeslochowa.His .

will be the presentation of practice at once, members of the Thomas and John, Ormond Excellency Archbishop Joseph -
district contest medals and sen public speaking contest has District Board said today. I Beach; Richard of Daytona P. burley will celebrate

for trophies by Benton F. Clif been scheduled for 7:30 p. m. in Beach, James of Sattilite Beach, Mass at St. Mary's at 7 p. m.,

ton, principal of Bunnell High th Courtroom and a high per. POSTAL SAVINGS Robert and Jack of Dayton Ohio. Monday, May 2.
School. centage of members will be Nine grandchildren also survive. Tuesday, May 3 will be a
The bands are under the direction eligible for prizes to be given SYSTEM ABOLISHED Solemn TeDeum.Scholarship.

of Bandmaster Howard away at the end of the contest Postmaster Ray Mercer today

Carson. Members have been planningand urged depositors with postal Tony Parker

preparing their talks for savings certificates to withdraw For

several weeks. They will cover their accounts from Post Officesas Selected For

wide areas of interests, but al- soon as possible or as soon as 4-H FFA Youth

Action Program ways with the idea in mind of a the anniversary dates on their i Special ProgramTony ,

subject that will offer educational certificates are reached. Applications for two $500-a-

Organized FridayThe inspiration to both the The Postal Savings Systemwas E. Parker, a student at year agricultural scholarshipsopen

speaker and the listener. abolished March 27, 1966, Bunnell High School, has been to Florida F. F. A. and 4-H
Office of Economic Opportunities Everyone is invited to attend with the signing of Public Law selected to participate in the Club members are now being accepted

held a public meetingat with a special invitation extended 89.377 by President Lyndon B. National Science Foundation by Dean-Marvin A. Brook.er .

the Court House in Bunnell to parents of members. A Johnson. Secondary' Science Training Pro. of the University of Florida's

Friday April 22 which was well short meeting of parents will beheld 1 Postmaster Mercer pointed out gram at Asbury College in Wil- College of Agriculture.The .

attended. A nonprofit corporation after the contest. that as of April 28, 1966, no de. more, Kentucky, June 20 to Aug. scholarships were established
was formed to be knownas posits can be accepted and no ust 12 to study in the field of two years ago by the

the "Flagler Community new accounts can be opened. He chemistry. Florida Thoroughbred Breeder's
...
Action Agency*. Inc," Jt.Boatd. MOTHEROF1\ said that interesr-will end on' Asbury College is providing a Association and" are awardedon :

Directors and Officers were elect. ROSE PEARCE the anniversary date of each cer stimulating experience in science the basis of scholastic ability

ed. tificate. and mathematics for 50 high and need, according to FTBA

According to the Articles of Incorporation DIES IN ALABAMAMrs. The Postmaster said that for' ability high school students President Grant A. Dorland of
the purposes are: from schools that do not offeras Ocala.
convenience all certificates held
Flora Edith Drummond,
To provide stimulation and in. be cashedat I complete a program of Instruction Write Dean Brooker for application
55 died at the Green County Hospital by a depositor may
ce ntlve for the area of Flagler in Eutaw, Alabama on the same time and Interest in the sciences and forms, which must be re-
through community ac- mathematics as might be obtained turned by July 1, 1966.
County April 4 after a long illness.. Mrs. will be paid for each full month
tion combat poverty; through in a large academically
to Drummond was the mother ofa they have been outstanding, beyond
combined representation of various oriented school. The program,
former resident of Bunnell, three months from the interest
local, general government. date. operating six days a week, will
Mrs. Leon Pearce. Bunnell Methodist
al bodies as well as Interested i The use both the classroom and lab
She Is survived by her husband postal Savings Systemwas
civic, religious, business, labor I Judson Drummond; 2 established January 1, 1911, oratory approach. The content of Church

leaders and interested individ I I daughters, Mrs. Leon Pearce of to get money out of hiding and each program is deliberately

uals. To provide general coordination I Il Eutaw; and Mrs. Peggy Kettlesof to attract savings of a large planned to provide the equivalent Hay. Oliver F. Taylor. Pastor

l and planning to specifically San Antonio. Texas; her number of immigrants who were of one academic year's workin NATIONAL FAMILY WEEK:

further the purposes of the mother, Mrs. Jessie Boyd Lamb, accustomed to saving at Post the subject. The subject mat National Family Week begins

Economic Opportunity Act of Eutaw; 1 sister, Mrs. Sellers, Offices in their own country; al. ter is presented at high school on Sunday. These are times of I

1964 through specific programsand Montgomery; 1 grand son, Hubert so, it served as a safe depositoryfor level by competent professors, full schedules which keep the 1!
projects of adult training, Pearce of Eutaw. people who had lost confidence following the most modern cur- Individual members of the family .

education, beautification of In private banks. Today, ricular approaches which have apart from each other. So

highways, safety and health Im however, with the growth of been sponsored by the. National often the cohesiveness of the

provement.This Lions Club banking facilities paying much Science Foundation. family is lost as we fall to take

will be financed by higher interest rates than the 2 The competition was very time to be a family in the truest

grants to the State of Florida, Elects NewOfficers percent interest per annum paidon keen for places in the program sense of the word. God admonishes .

specifically allocated to Flagler Postal Savings, the systemhas and Tony is to be commendedfor parents to be diligent

County. outlived Its usefulness for his selection. Over twelve about the religious instruction to

30,638,940.00 to the State of the American people. hundred students requested application the families. It is easy for children

Florida to approved projects last The Bunnell Lions Club officers The Postmaster noted that as material from which to see whether or not the

week was awarded. One exam elected at the Tuesday of June 30, 1965, there were 997- fifty participants were chosen. parents take seriously the worship

ple of the possibilities of the far. luncheon meeting were: President 029 depositors holding certifi- of God. Parents set exam

reaching benefit our county can Jimmy Kelly who will sue I cates In 3,130 post offices ples for the children, and con

receive is that one County ceeed John Seay who has served throughout the nation. The num- Mrs. McAlexander versely, children set examplesfor

about the same area received the past year. ber of depositors has been de- the parents.As a part of a

$18,893.00 last week, and their Other officers elected were clining, he said, at a rate of Former Resident Christian family both parents

total allottment to date has been Homer Zimmerle, 1st vice-president 'about 6,500 per month. and children should learn from

$145,000.00. ; Fred Krantz, 2nd vice- The Postmaser said that un Dies TuesdayFuneral each other. The family is a sac-

president; Louis Steflik, 3rd paid deposits remaining in the red institution under God be.
Volunteer workers will be necessary -
vice-president; secretary, Don Post Office beyond June 30, services for Mrs. cause God continually stresses
the
out
in carrying pro. Jordon; Treasurer, Jack Clegg; 1967 would be transferred to Jessie Mable McAlexander 62, that quality of life Is important.As .
work A
| spec
gram development Tall Twister, Tony Kahlert; Lion the Treasury Department in a were'held at 2 p. m. Thursday in parents we can do no less
ial need for our residents, professlpnal Tamer, Jack Holt. trust fund and would be avail- the Woodhaven Baptist Churchof than emphasize unto our child
and men-professional
Directors elected for two years able for payment without lim- Jacksonville, with the Rev. ren the importance of the faith
workers, willing to donate part are Walter Morris, George Moody itation whenever proper claimsare Clyde A. Bates officiating. En- we proclaim. Deuteronomy 6:19:
executivesof
efforts and for
time and Tom Lenssen. Holdover directors received. tombment was in Greenlawn "and thou shall write them upon

local egencles and organiza- are Zip Edmonson and Cemetery, under the direction of th posts of thy house." ,
and institutions in Flagler
tions I L. L. Brannam.A DANCE AT WHITE Key-McCabe Southside Funeral l
concerned with
who
County are I standing ovation was givento EAGLE SATURDAYThe Home 3850 Beach Blvd. Mrs. Mc metics.
of health,
our
the problems Levi Drady as appreciationfor Alexander of 12275 Pheon Street Survivors include, her son,
Korona Civic Club is
education employmentand
safety, his many years of service 'as Jacksonville died Tuesday in a Harold P. McAlexander of
celebration
beautification of all our sponsoring a pre-
treasurer of the Club. local hospital. She was born in Jacksonville; three sisters, Mrs. :
dance the White Saturday
and its at Eagle .
in our county peo '
areas Bunnell Florida and had livedin Pheonle M. Ruth and Mrs.
Fred Fruits gave a report on night. The public is Invitedto I
pie. Jacksonville since 1945 Shirley A. Robinson both of Seville
I the glass eye project the dance which will be from moving
Further information may be I Jimmy Kelly announced the 8:30: to 11:30. i here from Bunnell. Florida, and Mrs. ClariceM.

obtained by writing to Box 218, Light Bulb Sale begins this She was a member of the Raulerson of Pierson, Florida -

Flagler Beach, or telephone I week. The proceeds from the on the Sight Conservation program Woodhaven Baptist Church and ; a brother, Riley R. Malphursof
4392073. I Bulb Sale is used by the Club of the Club. was a saleslady with Avon Cos- Bunnell; and several niecesT.I



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PAGE TWO THE FLAGLER TRIBUNE, BUNNELL, FLORIDA Thursday, _April 28, 1966

.
The largest number of
Studies show that the new highways IMPRESSIVE RECORD I living

Interstate Road have an accident fatalityrate Between 1946 when Florida's O. F. ALT70RD veterans in ithe United States are

World War II veterans.
of only 2.8 deaths per 100 Cypress Gardens began regular. Registered They

System Ranks As million vehicle-miles comparedto ly scheduled dally water ski i'I Estate Broker I number 15 million and average
Real 455 of
9.7 deaths per 100 million shows and Dec. 31, 1965, there years age, according to
Wonder Of World I the Veterans
miles on older roads in the same had been 39,200 performancesplus Bunnell Florida Administration.

The Interstate Highway Sys. areas. 1,000 more performances at I -.: IN TUB CIRCUIT COURT, 8EV.

tem-now half finishedranksas With the $468-billion system other places by Cypress Gar I AND FNTII FOIL JUDICIAL FLAtJLKH CIRCUIT COUNTY! IN

dens' skiers. .......- FLORIDA ,
half I 'I
one of the engineering wonder complete, engineers are T IHANCFRY..

of all time. looking beyond 1972, studying COIItT MFVr t PETERSON TEXACO ('"l iK NO. 6263
I\ TUB CIRCUIT KAY F. HEGKMAN,
nationwide highway needs foj KNTII JUDICIAL CIRCUIT: IN | SERVICE Plaintiff,
The biggest public works AND FOR FLAC.LKH COUNTY,
pro.
j the next 20 and debating I
,
| years
I RICHlriD
ject in history will require 1- highways of the future. 5113E KLOIIIUA.: IN tllANCKHV NO. ROAD SERVICE I Defendant.E. HEQEMAN.

800,000 man-years of labor before W. LOWERY Light Mechanic Work UIVORCK
Speed Limit 100 Mph Plaintiff, I
In Junntll NOTICE TO APPKAIl
it is 1972. 437.3441
completed i I Phone THE STATE OF FLORIDA
SUE"LOWERY. TO:
One proposal calls for super. MARY : RICHARD E.
"#- HEGEMAN,
Excavators will enough .
move DefendantNOTItK
expressways with a speed limit 1810 Park Avenue,

material to bury an area as big I of 100 miles an hour; 120 would STATE OF TO FLORIDA AI'I'.anTHE TO: I NOTU'.1TI..1 H.AC.LKII IiFACH, : You Racine are hereby Wisconsin.notified
I CITY OF that
Sue Lowery a
in Mary
Connecticut
as knee-deep be permitted for passing. Called Chattanooga, Tennessee FLORIDA. 1 TK\I: TO .:NT.rt'INTO suit for divorce has been filed
I'ONTUA<'T TO IM'" LASH against you in the above
A entitled
dirt.The I I the "Century," the first such suit You for are divorce hereby notified has been that died a I HM'HAMK IN HACK1' OF 100. cause and you are hereby required

sand, gravel, and crushed highway would run between against you In the above entitled 00 ON MAY 12. 1IHW. to whose serve upon Plalntlffa attorney.
HELEN C.OI.TE.: name and address
stone needed for construction Washington, D. C., and Boston. to cause serve and upon you Plaintiff's are hereby Attorney required City Clerk hereon your written defense appear if

would girdle the earth with a I Drivers of passenger cars hereon whose name written and address defense appear 1C I April 28-ltc any said suit to ,the on or Bill before of Complaint the 21st day In

wall 50 feet wide and nine feet would not have to compete with to the your Bill of Complaint in said TILE 1IIUIIT' " KLOIUUA. fesso
( 01 MTY will be entered
suit on or before the 28th day of I' against
high. trucks on the Century. Trucks May, 1966 else decree pro confessowill IN IIAMCFHY No. 261. WITNESS my hand and arot::

The road pavement, if made I would have their own "super. be entered against you !I' SADIE HARTLEY Plaintiff KOUTELAS A.said D.Court th'8' 12th day of April
WITNESS my hand and seal of 1966.E.
into one huge parking lot, could I freightways." said Court this 26th day of April. VII. A SMYTHE,
A. I). 1966. JOHN F KOUTELAS Clerk of said Court
accommodate two-thirds of all Old cars would be barred from (Official Seal) YT HClerkA I I Defendant By JULIA It. HARVEY.

the motor vehicles in the United the Century, and cars entering of said Court I NOTHK TO DKFKM Deputy Clerk
I By Julia It. Harvey THE STATE OF FLORIDA TO: W L. WADSWORTH
States. the new highway would undergoa Deputy Clerk I JOHN F. KOUTELAS P O. Box 896
W. L. Wadsworth 800 N. Main Street Bunnell Florida
21.000 Miles Open safety test. Drivers with bad I r O. Box 896 Burnett. Texas Attorney for Plaintiff

More than 21,000 miles of the accident records would not be : Bunnell Attorney Florida for Plaintiff I suit You has are been hereby filed notified against you that in a' April 21-28-May 6-12-4tc

41ooo.ml1e network of express. admitted. I I April 28 & May 5-12-19-Hc th above entitled cause; and you IN Till CIRCUIT COURT SEVETII .
I are hereby reaulred to file your answer I JUDICIAL CIRCUIT
wals were open to traffic in the I Automobiles will enter the : NOTICE OK HKaiEMT: FOrt IIIDH with the Clerk of this Court, I AND FOIL FLA.LKK COUNTY IN
via "slow" road : Notice Is hereby given that the and to serve a copy thereof upon HFATK OF FLORIDA.
superhighway I
spring of 1966 the National Geographic a
I East Flagler Mosquito Control Dis. the plaintiff or plaintiffs attorney, I CHANCERY No. 5257.
Society says. Another I with a sped limit of 80 miles an trict Board of Commissioners Flag whose name and address is: REBECCA OLGA PICERELLI
ler Beach, Florida, will accept FRANK D UICHURCHUPCHURCH Plaintiff
5,600 miles are under construc- hour, then take a ramp at 90 sealed bids at the office located 7 and UPCHURCH :, VII.

tion, and engineering or right- to the full speed "chute" with miles north of Flagler Beach Pier 600 Exchange Bank Building. PETER JOHN PICERELLI.
St Augulltlne.o'iorida.
on Highway ALA, up to and until Defendant.
of-way work is in progress on flat shoulders and no ditches, 6:00: o'clock P M on Tuesday, May not later than May 21st A D. 1966. I NOTICE TO APPEAR AND
10, 1966 or postmarked prior to If you fall to do so, decree pro DEFEND
11,356 miles. culverts, or poles to hit. that date and time for the following confeaso will be entered against IS THE NAME OF THE STATE
Started in 1956, the Interstate Electronic sensors in the road equipment you for the relief demanded in the OF FLORIDA:
The nature ol f : TO
ONE (1) NEW THERMAL bill of complaint. : Peter John Plcerelli
System is scheduled for completion will sound a warning buzzer in AEROSOL FOG GENERATOR said suit being torIU'OIU' 30 Flrglade Street
Any bid received or presented .: Riverside Rhode Island.
in six more years. It will an automobile if it approachesthe after 6:00 o'clock P. M. on WITNESS my hand and seal ol t YOU ARE HEREBY

link virtually all of the Nation's car ahead too closely. Whena May 10 1966 will be said Court this 19th day of AprilA. to file your answer REQUIRED
to the bidder. D. 1966 fenses to
opened TueSdaY'1 I the Complaint I herein with
major population centers with I car starts slowing down, warning Sealed bids will E. A. SMYTHE, EMIL A. SMYTHB. Clerk of the
meeting of the Mosquito Clerk of said Circuit Court Circuit Court, Bunnell. Florida
high-speed multilane limited- lights on its roof will flash on
,
(OffIcial St'1l1)
Board at the office at 6: or before the 20th day of May, A.
access highways. I and ,a buzzer will sound in the on Wednesday May llth 1966. I By E A. S IYTJlE, D. 1966, and to serve a true copy
Specifications and information to Clerk thereof
or before Bald
The system will make a real vehicle behind it to reduce the bidders may be obtained by bona April 21-28 and May 5-12-Uc *ni?orV, GllIe8P1 and Hall date plain-upon

of the motorist's dream of danger of rear-end collisions. fide bidders upon request to Mr. -- -- ---- tiff's attorneys> whose address 'is
ity
IN THFl'IIU'1'IT IOIIIT OFFLAt.l
Lyman I* liege P. O. Box 43, Flag- 233 No&h Causeway New Smyrla
driving from Maine to Califor- The Century could open the tear 2088 Beach or telephone No. 439- IV ('i/ANI'FIIY.Fit ('(H'NT''No. .,i26 FLORIDA. Kf Florida DECnEI'HEREIN FAIL NOTe "

nia without encountering a traf- way for fully automated high The Board reserves v. the right to HARRY C DE GROTT. WILL BE ENTERED PHO CONFESSO AGAINST

fic light. It already is possibleto ways.. Under a system already waive reject any any informalities and all bids In bidding and to VII.PlaintiffBETTY YOU FOIL nature SUCH of this FAILURE.
suit Is to
make a signal-free run from tested, electronic circuits buried with or without cause and/or to DE GROTT. anrabsolute divorce. secure -

Boston to DesMoines, Iowa. in the road would guide vehicles accept that any In bid.its In Judgment whole is or the In NOTICE Defendant 10 DFFKM: Bunnell WITNESS Flagler my hand and seal at

and control distances lowest and BEST bid in the interests THE STATE OF FLORIDA, TO: this 5th CountYb Florida
The Interstate Highway System I II speed, of the District. BETTY DE OROTT whose d'M'M t A 1966.

is expected to save 8,000 between cars, braking, and EAST FLAGLER MOSQUITO place of residence and post Clerk Circuit SMYTHE.Court
CONTROL DISTRICT I I office address are unknown lasler
lives a year when completed. steering. George Moody Chairman You are hereby notified that a (Seal) County Florida.
_. : ._ suit has been filed against in I
'------ ----- ---- I you By
. I the above entitled cause: and you I /S/ Julia Deputy R. Harvey
are hereby required to file your answer Clerk.
April
I 142128and
with the Clerk of this Court, .. .-! May II-He.

Here's Why D. D. COVINGTON, Jr Can and the plaintiff to serve or a plaintiffs copy thereof attorney upon IN-'L.Ur.F.1&TILE- COURT COUNTY: FLORIDA OF-. I

whose name and address is: IN C'IUNCEUY
No. .
525$
SAMUEL V.
HOLCH CLIFFORD C.

Best Serve You As STATE SENATORHE 110 Palatka North, Floridanot Third Street Plaintiff WILLIAMS

later than May 21st A. D 1966 ROSA OWENS WILLIAMS.
If you fall to do so, decree pro Defendant
confesso will be entered againstyou
for the relief demanded In the THE STATE cOTUK OF FLORIDA
bill of complaint. The nature of TO:
IS A NATIVE FLORIDIAN ROSH OWENS WILLIAMS whose
said suit being forimoncK place
..a graduate of the University of Florida. grew up with the state and understands its address of are residence unknown and post office

problems and needs. said WITNESS Court this my 18th hand day and of seal April of suithas hereby! again you in

A. D, 1966. the .Ka, .been..flled t
E. A; SMYTHE, are entitled cause; and you
hereby
HE IS A VETERAN LAWMAKER Clerk of said Circuit Court. required to ur anandrtolserveeaCcopy -

..has guided key legislation to passage in the Senate: 1965 chairman of Senate Citrus (Official By Seal/SK) A. SMYTHE plaintiff thereof Cup n

Committee. vice chairman of General Legislation Committee 1963 chairman of County Or Clerk whose name and or P'a'ntlff address' is attorney:
April 21-28 and May 5-12-4tr
ganizations vice chairman of Citrus: has experience with 16 different Senate committees.HE HWHAHD O. WEINBERG
IIFQl'n T FOR 1111)4 Weinstein Weinstein Weinberg &
Notice Is hereby given that the 25
IS A PROVEN LEADER Board of Cunty Commissioners of M. Augustine Florida
Flagler County, will receive sealed ,
selected to serve on the Florida Interim Tax Reform Study Commission: received Florida bids up to the 2nd day of May A I In. not 96fi.later than My lg.a A. D.,

Citrus Mutual's 1965 Award for Leadership and vision:" awarded special citation in 1965 by In. 1066.the office at the of hour the of Clerk 9:00: of A. the M confesn If yoU Sin tD to do'

Florida Agricultural Council for outstanding service. Circuit Court In the Flagler County you for *i.wlu .be entered against
Courthouse for the following: bill ot relief demanded In the
LI1. Gas for the Courthouse said complaint. The nature ot
HE IS DEDICATED TO PUBLIC SERVICE Stockade and Jail for a period ofone suit being for
(1) year from the date of acceptance WITNESS yhand
including Finance Commission chairman of First Methodist Church. fund-raiser for Boy of bid. Mid' Court m and seal of
The Hoard reserves the thls 6th day of April
Scouts and work for school athletic boosters. Chamber of Commerce. Committee of 100 reject any and all bids right to A. D. 1966

Florida Sheriffs' Boys Ranch Farm Bureau Masons and Elks. Dated at Bunnell. Florida, this E A SMYTHE.
12th day of April A. D 1966 Clerk of said Circuit
BOARD OF COUNTY ('OH.MiSSiONERS (Official Seal Court.
: )
HE IS A SUCCESSFUL BUSINESSMAN OF FLAGLER
COUNTY FLORIDA BySJulia R. _Harvey.

.citrus grower. farmer and real estate: president and general manager of Covingtons'Fruit ALFRED-'halrman.It. TUCKER, April 142128 and May 8 r 'tc.NOTIC' .

Packing Assn. in Dade City. ATTEST:
E A. SMYTHE.: Clerk .: OF INTENTION TO
Board of County Commissioners REGISTER In FICTITIOUS NAME
HE 'BELIEVES of Flagler County compliance? with House Bill No.
FIDrlda.n ida! > Chapter ( Flor-
."integrity and financial responsibility, with a continuing obligation to the people. are the 21 Indersigned: Acts f 1.41- asLamended Mi the
cornerstones of Good Government." IN Tin coi>TY jtnr.F's coi'nr. will register thefor
I'V .tND FiSti the Circuit
FOR 'L.\GL.n COUNTY, Court In and
F..OIUU / County. Florida upon
ritOlllTK No. 811 receipt; p.loof.of Publication of
In RK: Estate of this notice the following fictitious
WALTER EUGENE; KNIGHT JR.. name located: Eastern Sales Promotion
also known as W. E. Knight. Blvd.i at 2560 So. Ocean Shore
Deceased which Flagler Beach Florida' under
Y NOTICE TO Cllt.DITOIKI; we will engage In the business -
5 All creditors of the estate of Walter the ,,of Sales Promotions and that
Eugene Knight Jr- also known sons Hd./8l'.n21.are the only per-
as W E Knight deceased are ertstfd In Bald business
Dated
hereby notified and required to file 4th .BuP.n u- Florida this
any claims or demands which they day of April A D. 1966.
::ttrcet against said estate, In the HOWARD E. COUNTS
County Judge of Flag- April DOLORES U COUNTS
ler County. Florida In the Courthouse 1-14-21-28-4tp
In Punne11Florida, within
six (6) ..KaIeJlda/nths from the
date of Publication of this
COVINGTON" notice.be Each claim or demand must iIbr; lIilugltr (iTribunp
tap In writing and must state the
place of MAUence ,and post office
address of cla mant and must HINNEtL, FLORIDA
be sworn toby the claimant his
agent or attorney or such claim
STATE SEHATORUlkffWATOIUa or demand will become void and MRS. M B. FULLER Editor
be forever barred
according to law,
DISTRICt Florida Dated, VfcPun.1eL1' FlaglerCounty. esgnated newspaper for all
day of March
AD. 1966 Less Advertl.lnc
sLeona M. Knight
All Executrix of the Last Will
and Testament of Walter Entered as second class matter
Knight Jr.. alllo known Eugene February 6. 191J. at the post-
as iv f:. Knight decelllled. office at Bunnell' Florida, under
ISHAM W ADAMS Act of March 3. 187
121 Broadway
(Pol. Ad. Paid by Campaign Treasurer Ben Adams) Daytona Beach Florida One
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Lawn Caterpillar I some caterpillars may be appearing I
in lawns now. I
Common lawn caterpillars feed
Control DifficultLawn I DRAWINGWILL
up on the grass blades instead j i
STAMP
caterpillars are easy to of down on the runners like I WILL BE
kill but difficult to control. chinch bugs do. Thus insecticides
An infestation can be wipedout applied for caterpillars is i ., Apr. 30-6 p. m. '
with any one of several insecticides more quickly lost and re.infes. '
but another infestation tation may result. If- the lawnis RECEIVE 800 FREE Stamps
may begin to cause damage mowed, new growth has no 20,000 Stamps to be when you re ((8)coupons. )
given away
about three weeks after the insecticide on it and any ( coupons re*
first one is cleaned out. maining insecticide in the re'l deemed.. must.. have.. store
Associate Entomologist Stratton portion of the turf Is more quickly stamp on them). Then you
Kerr of the Florida Agricultural weathered away. Therefore, it will., also.. be.. eligible.. for
Experiment Stations pointsout is not unusual to use insecticides ; 5 stamp drawings.
that the lawn caterpillardoes on caterpillars every threeor "
not confine its injury to Just four weeks.

one grass, but feeds on almostall Besides being alert for rather A
of the commonly grown lawn rapid reinfestation, it is important Saver
grasses in Florida. that theatment be started 3 9

The young, tiny caterpillars quickly as soon as infestation is
L
are unable to bite pieces of the noticed. Caterpillars complete j I
grass but can only scrape away their development very quickly I' Coupon
cells from one side of the grass after they reach a size where
blade. When they become largein they cause noticeable damage. I E
size the caterpillars chew out If you wait five or six days be. Cut out and have the
notches along the sides of the fore treating the infestations, cashier stamp coupon and
blades. The feeding activity is you may have permitted most of save ((8)) In 10 week pe-
carried on during the night. the damage by that brood to occur riod.
Uncontrolled, the caterpillarscrop and the value of the insecticide All items listed in this ad are COUPON No. 10
back grass blades so that may be largely wasted as
the grass has an extremely close far as that particular brood is Coupon Void After
ly mowed appearance. If the concerned.Dr. marked 39 Sat., Apr. 30-6:00 p. m.
grass is severely stripped of its Kerr recommends Sevin
foliage during hot dry weather, and toxaphene as two of the best
it may be killed. Insecticides' for lawn caterpillar SMOKED (Copeland's)
Damaged areas are seen first control, but many other materials
along hedges and flower beds. can be used. DDT is still <
Injury begins in a patchy distribution widely used; diazinon will do PICNICS lb. 39FLA.
in a lawn, with the in. the job well too. Chlordane Is
jured spots being only two or not recommended.

three feet across. These spots en Keep infested grass well watered GRADE "A" SPLIT FLA. GRADE "A" CUT.UPBROILERS
large in 'heavy infestations, so that it can recover from
reaching a peak in summer. But th large amount of feeding.
Lb. 39'LEAN FRYERS
Lb.
39'
Consult your county agent for
further details.

WANT ADSListings MEATY (Beef) JUICY TENDER 2 OZ. CUBE


3 cents a under word this each heading Insertion.are SKHOOllWhy SHORT RIBS 39 STEAKS 4 For 39

75 cents Is the minimum charge
LEAN BRISKET CAPITAL.SMOKED
LIKE TO FISH?-Come to Pelll-
cer Fish Camp. Boats, bait, tackle
STEW Lb.
camping and picnic area.. 39 SAUSAGE Lb. 39'VALLEYDALE
Under new management. Richard

and Wilda. 4.28.tf /s 1s, LEAN SMOKED (Sliced or by the Piece)


point REFRIGERATOR dition.11 Deluxe cu. ft. in-brown Selling excellent finish.con Hot- I I HAM HOCKS 39' BOLOGNA Lb. 39'


Phone 4373315. Apr. 28-2tc

WANTED-1200 VOTES FOR Kraft ((32 Oz. Bottle) Large Size Joe Crain

HERSCHEL KING ON MAY 3, All-Purpose Small
1966. (Paid Political Adv. 4.21.2tp

SINGER-sewing machines. New, OIL FAD EGGS

used, repairs. Call Bob French, the Monitor .
253.4541 Daytona collect. 32 Oz. Large

WANTED-Acreage and lot listIngs recommends Btl.Limit 39c 2 Boxes 3ge Dozen 3ge

in Flagler County. Key 1 with $5.00 or Limit 1 with $5.00 or
Realty Associates, Inc., Charles I read I more food order more food order Limit 2 Dozen Please
Trad, associate, 69 W. Granada you
Ave., Ormond Beach, Florida.
March 24, 8tp. IOCitlIleVSjtuIJer GERBER'S (Strained)
your Jars FRESH PRODUCE
HOUSE FOR SALE-CBS con. BABY FOODS 4 390

struction, 3 bedrooms, 2 baths, Florida
large Florida room, 2-car carport ( .) Doz
six (6) lots, 2 air conditioners Your local newspaper is a wide-range VARIETV- L Pkg. 390 OR.ANGES 3ge
corner of Palmetto and newspaper with many features. Its
437.3215 after emphasis is on local news. It also (Limit 1 Please) Sunkist
Lambert. Phone I reports the major national and inter.
4 p. m. Jan. 20 tf national news. EVERFRESH Hot Doz.
((8 ct.) Dog or Hamburger LEMONS 3ge
-- THE MONITOR COMPLEMENTS YOUR
FILL DIRT-Call Martin Hardingfor LOCAL PAPER BUNS 8 ct.
2 390
fill dirt, top soil and shell. We specialize in analyzing and Interpreting Pkgs. MEXICAN Each <91n
Phone 4373669. Jan. 13-TFC the important national and SHOWBOAT 300 Cans CANTALOUPESSPAGHETTI VC?
-- international news. Our intention is
FOR- SALE. LEASE OR RENT- to bring the news into sharper focus.
and The Monitor has a world-wide staff of 4 cans 390 DAIRY -
2-bedroom Florida room correspondents-some of them rank
carport beach house unfurnished. among the world's finest. And the SUNLITE 303 Can Shurfresh (Sweet Milk or ButterTOMATOES
Hurricane fence encloses Monitor's incisive provocative editorials -
ar) followed just as closely Can Milk
2-10-tf
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back yard. Call 3 390
by the men on Capitol Hill as they
COX's UPHOLSTERY, Bunnell, are by the Intelligent, concerned BISCUITS L 39CGARDEN
adult on Main Street. M. P. 300 Can
Fla Hwy. 11, will pick up and WHY YOU SHOULD TRY THE MONITOR Cans
deliver all furniture free. For You probably know the Monitor's pro PEAS 4 390 FROZEN FOODS
sample material and prices on fessional reputation as one of the
labor call 4373673. 7-1-tf world's finest newspapers. Try the DUKE'S (lb. Can) Morton's (8 oz.)
Monitor; see how it will take you

SEPTIC TANK cleaning; drain Just above fill the out average the coupon newspaper below.reader. DOG FOOD 5 Cans 390 MEAT PIES For 390
fields installed; snail shell. Reasonable
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roz, ID 7.3410 a.lettJOHNSTON'S One Norway Street Quantity Rights
Boston, Massachusetts, U.SA. 02115 WE GIVE
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'' Mr. and Mrs. Harold Burnhamleft Eastern Air Lines, the biggest Mexico, said their passenger' business .
II recently for their summer carrier in Tampa, carried 82,631 doubled over last year.
.Jajer3each home In Goffstown, N. H., after passengers in' and out of the Mackey, with one dally flight to
of over 7,999 and from the Bahamas, said
wintering at their home In Flag Cigar City, a Jump
II ler Beach. against March of 1965. I business was up 15 per cent.
HAM DINNER SET FOR
GRAYBEAL CUMMINS
National Increased Its activityby
Delta had no official figures
SATURDAY EVENING
Mrs. Gladys Cummins of 912 I Recent guests of Mr. and Mrs. available but they estimated the over 10,000 passengers while
Men's Club
The Methodist are
Prather Mrs. Prath-
Grady were
Daytona Avenue, Flagler Beach, total reached 41,000. Air Canada Northwest jumped 3,000 over
sponsoring a Ham Dinner, com er's brother and family, Mr. and
announces the engagement and increased their business by 2,600 last year. United fared about the
with Shortcake,
plete Strawberry Mrs. John Finch of Kenosha,
of her Northwest. TWA
of as showed
approaching marriage total same
reaching a -
this Saturday, April 30th, 5.8 Wise. passengers
daughter, Beverly Ann, to Mr. Beach 22,897. an Increase In boardings for
P. M. at the Flagler
Donald E. Graybeal, Daytona Methodist Church Fellowship Pan American, which has only northbound flights to St. Louis
Beach. I week to and from and Kansas City from Tampa.
Building. Everyone is Invited. CARD OF THANKS two flights a .
.
The will be married at -- ------- --
couple Sincere thanks to all our I ---- --
seven p. m., May 12 In the Com Recent guests of the Mr. and friends In Flagler Beach and I
munity Memorial Church, Flag Bunnell for their tributes
Mrs. C. B. Hull was their son and many
ler Beach. Rev. R. W. Dickert family, Mr. and Mrs. Robert Hull and kind words of. sympathy In I
will officiate at the double ring
from Port Huron, Michigan. the passing of our husband, PLEASE
ceremony. No invitations are be father, and brother, Harry J.
ing sent, but all relatives and I Sheriff on April 16.
friends are invited to the wed. The Sheriff Family
ding and reception at the homeof INSTALLATION OF OFFICERS-
Mr. and Mrs. Paul W. Cum LITTLE BAND CONCERT FOR I "YOU" in office
mins, Jr., brother and sister In PTA NEXT TUESDAY EVENINGThe i I Let ME put
law of the bride elect. I Flagler Beach Parent CARD OF THANKSI
would like to take this opportunity
Teacher Association will have
The bride elect Is a graduateof
Installation night next Tuesday to thank my friends
the Bunnell High School and
was very active in sports. She Is evening, May 3rd, at 7:30: P. M. for their cards, flowers duringmy VOTEFOR
recent illness. Also would ,
presently employed at the Thrift. in the school cafetorium.
like to thank the staff of the
They will commemorate the
way In Flagler Beach. Mr. Gray
beal is a graduate of Mainland occasion with the FBES "Little Bunnell General Hospital for the
wonderful care I received whilea
Band" presenting its 2nd con
High School and is employed at
Eccerd Drug Store. cent. This is the last P. T. A. patient there. Many thanks.
meeting for this school year and Harry Hipple
1
GARDEN CLUB MEETS everyone is Invited to attend.


TUESDAY Flagler AFTERNOONThe Beach Garden FLAGLER BEACHELEMENTARY INTERNATIONALAIRPORT I

Club will meet for their annual, SCHOOL 5th AT TAMPA R. L McNabCounty
meeting at 1:30 Tuesday after SIX WEEKS HONOR ROLL
noon at the home of Mrs. F. Grade Three HAS BANNER MONTH I

Cole, Hillcrest. I Alan Zamba Tampa International Airport
Mrs. C. O. Magee, president, I Jeff Thomas had a banner month during
said this is the annual meetingof Jon Wilder March when nine airlines I CommissionerA
the club and she is askingall Robin Parrish increases
ported big over
officers and chairmen to have Speedy Wendlandt re'l
month in 1965.
same
their read. annual reports ready to be Patty Becky Reynolds Anderson The Hlllsborough County Aviation I VOTE FOR Me IS A Vote for YOUR.

Authority said March
Plans for the installation of Cheryl' Hoskins
senger traffic set a new pas'j S. V. P.
officers will also be completedfor Grade Four
244,999 persons, as
the May meeting.Mr. Jackie Robinson 202,931 for the month a year ago. Paid Pol AdvYOU'LL .
Dale Johnson _
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and Mrs. C. O. Magee were Mike Abbott I
in Jacksonville the past week. Cherrie Hanna
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end visiting with her brother Peggy Reynolds
and sisted in law, Mr. and Mrs. Elizabeth Carson
Joy Sisco. Pam Thomas r' JUST LOVEportable
Grade Five
Officers of the Woman's Society Ralph Abraham
of Christian Service of the Jack Rawlins'
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Flagler Beach Methodist Church Tracey Prevatt .
will be installed at the worship Rosemary Bross
FLAMELESS
ELECTRIC
service May 1st at 11 o'clock. Thea Hein COOKINGIn
Debbie Meekins
Recent visitors at the Vernon Connie McDaniel
Raymond home were cousins Sharon Spivey

from Watertown, Conn., Miss Joyce Whitney
I
Julia Recker and Carl Recker. Grade Six
Sue Ellen Seale
METHODIST CHURCH NEWS Stella Weaver

Church School is at 9:45: a. m.
and morning worship at 11:00 Guests of Mrs. Marie Janicki

o'clock with Rev. Reynold Hoover recently were her daughter, Mrs.
I minister. There will be a Jean Bielski and two childrenof I

Fellowship dinner following the Detroit, Mich. Also her cous
;t morning worship and the official ins, Dr. and Mrs. Leonard Sadoraof
board will meet after the dinner. Detroit. While here they all
Youth Fellowship meets at visited points of interest in the

6:30: each Sunday evening. area.SS .

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;! 1. I am announcing my candidacy for election $

;t' to the Board of Public Instruction, District 5,
:.; Flagler Beach. t
r $ : # kitchen or on patio. .it's fun !
;s =1 2. I sincerely believe that an education is one =!

_t'; of our most cherished possessipns, and that it isbecoming '
:I ever more necessary for the citizens of '._- bake
Broil
!f tomorrow. t fry, roast or stew there's no muss or fuss with fo.W;

t' 3. In order to meet the ever increasing stand- iti electric. Cooking on an electric range or with modern "pii g-lny-
wheto"
:t ards, we must have proper guidance between and 't- appliances is modern, safe, and easy as switching f.'nn d I etrU:

t among faculty, administration and parents for t ligbt. Ffialer, cleaner, cooler. Precision, automatic control eliminate

1 co-operation and mutual respect are the key notes :#ti g\t>SSWork help you prepare
taste-tempting
mesa
c V5y 1'.01
of success. :
!#H ti etro'rtiees!! !y. For one or for a crowd it's fun!
!CIE 4. I hope that with these general thoughts beti! ?
I H fore you, you will give me your vote on May 3, !I Ij H N"\v cheaper. too because 10 rate cuts in 10 years have reduced

;t 1966, in the second primary, and remember that, t! tha avercja price paid per residential kilowatt-hour 31%.
t! as before, my door will always be open to any
t tt s..e U- l
big vision at
parent for any reason whatsoever. .; your appliance dealer now.
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ROY E. LIKINS !z U 'II

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!t! BOARD OF PUBLIC INSTRUCTION ''I''

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t: (Pd. Political Adv.) t FLORIDA POWER & LIGHT

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LYKE'S (ENDS AND PIECES)

SMOKED BACONLb.


rcharats $498
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FRIENDLY CIRCLE ,, Leslie Martin Tucker Jr., ofi I Small MeatySPARE
Bimnell and a senior at the Bun- :
TO HOLD RUMMAGE :' nell High School, has been accepted I! RIBSlb.
SALE SATURDAY |!! as a student at Maryville I II
I[ College, Maryville, Tenn., for I
.
The Friendly Circle of the Bun the I fall semester beginning 63e
nell Methodist Church wil holda I j I September 13. He is the son of !I
rummage sale Saturday, April ;JMrand I Mrs. Leslie Tucker of
30, on the Bunnell Civic Center I 1 Bunnell. I j I U. S. D. A. Choice
property.Mrs. \ Maryville is a four-year coeducational !
Kathy Knight said any- j" college of the lib-1 SIRLOINOR
one having articles for the sale I eral arts and sciences. It is relater T-BONE STEAKS Ib. 98
may deliver them to her home, :I to the United Presbyterian I
Railroad Street, or call for someone I Church in the U. S. and is sit-
I II U. S. D, A. ChoiceCHUCK
to pick them up. lifted in the foothills of the
'Great Smoky Mountains in East
TAMMY CELEBRATES LYNN i II Tennessee. ROAST lb. 49

BIRTHDAY Miss Lucille Walker who un-
Tammy Lynn was honored on derwent surgery at the Halifax Lyke's SUGAR CREEK (Sliced Free) Western Select
her seventh birthday anniversary Hospital in Dayona Beach is SMOKED I BEEF lb.
BACON Ib69C LIVER
Saturday afternoon. The occa- spending two weeks in Wildwood 4gelb.
sion was marked with a lawn with her brother and sister -
party given by her parents, Mr. in law, Mr. and Mrs. Gordon Lean Western
and Mrs. Johnny Lynn. Walker. She and Mrs. Walker
Prizes were awarded Tressa visited with Mrs. Daisy Walker
Edwards, Morgan Henry, and I who is in the Bozeman Nursing PORK STEAKS 59
Dollie Jones, as winners in con- Home in Ormond Beach Mon

tests.Featured in the refreshmentswas day. Fresh Florida Grade "A" D & D ((2-2i/2 Ib. Avg.) WHOLE (Limit 2 Please)

a beautiful decorated birth- Mrs. and Mrs. Joe E. White
day cake in lavender and yellow and children of Holly Hill, S. C.,
and topped with a majorette. visited here with members of F3 Ib 29Hudson
their families during the past
ATTEND FLORIDA EDUCATION weekend.
ASSOCIATION CONFERENCE
Faculty members of the Bun- Weekend guests of Rev. land
nell School and the Flagler Mrs. Oliver Taylor were Mrs. Family 200 Count Box

Beach school who attended the Lavcrne KJellstrom and sons, TABLE NAPKINS Ea 1ge MAXWELL HOUSE
Florida Education Association Bobby and Jimmy of Miami.
conference In Miami last week, COFFEE47C
included Mr. and Mrs. Walter FARM NUMBERS
Morris, Mr. and Mrs. James I The number of farms ii operation PLUS l
Craig, Mr. and Mrs. Gerald Man- durng 1965 declined in 47 lib.
uel, Mrs. Jimmy Hargett, Mrs. 'states, and remained unchanged COUPON
Clifford Higginbotham, of the I' in 3 states, bringing th national FOR Limit 1 with $5.00 or more food order

Bunnell school. ;total to 3,380.000(( percent under -
Mrs. L. A. Yelvington of the I I I 1964. 6pSR. Kraft Qt. Jar
Flagler Beach school also at-1 Total land in farms, at 1,155- 6
tended. I i 000 acres, declined less than MAYONNAISE Ea. 49e

I half of 1 percent from 1964. bags FREE
Purng 1966, farm numbers are .".. LEMONS Our Value No. 300 Can
and Mrs. cary
Guests of Mr.
[expected: to decline further, con AND
Holland have returned to Tall-
tinning the downward trend of LIPTON PORK BEANS Ea10e
ahassee where they are students j'I some years. As of January 1,

at days FSU here after with a his visit parents of several, Mr. I I I 1966 3,286,000.The, the. number is estimated at I TEA BAGS Krar-- DAIRY SPECIAL -

and Mrs. Dean Holland. I I decline In total land in Qt. Bottle

farms also is expected to continue 48 Count Ea.
Guests the of weekend Mrs. Walter included Knightover her I]I I at practically the same I Pkg. 2ge ORANGE JUICE 29C
: before. The preliminary
as
rate
'nephew and his family, Mr. and 1 estimate for 1966 Is 1,151,000 Limit 1 with $5.00 or more food order _
FROZEN FOODS
Mrs. Billy Bryan and three child- 'I I I -
acres.
'
ren of Tampa. the number of farms Bird's
Because 'I' Eye SLICED 10 Oz. Pkg.
has declined at a faster rate FRESH PRODUCE -
Bud Durrance had eye surgery I I than the land In farms, the average STRAWBERRIES 3 ForfOO
at the Halifax Hospital last Fri-
farm size has risen rapidly. I Sweet
dway. He Is recuperating at his I The "average farm operator"In Ib.Stalks.
home In Venice Park. POTATOES
1966 manages a farm unit of IOe PILLSBURY
350 acres-a fifth larger than 7
Mr. and Mrs. T. E. Holden accompanied -
and 8 acres
years earlier, up FLOUR
the Sam Black family I
CELERY
1 from 1965.
of Ormond Beach to Eliza- 1 25c
[ The State with the largest Ib.
bethton, Tenn. for a weekend number of farms Is Texas (196- 5 Bag 37e
visit with the Julian Caudill j Fresh
the area
has largest
The occasion was the 000)-also Limit 1 with $5.00 or more food order
family. lb. .
Ii in farmland ((154 million acres) CABBAGE
wedding of the Holden's grandson Se

Terry Caudill to Miss Char- The Naples Shell Show, one r V1
lotte Stout on Friday evening. of the chief attractions of the

Mrs. Louisa Durshimer here of with Albany winter ida, will season take In place Southwest from Flor-Feb., 50 JT 100 M.rrh.nb 50
visited
,
Georgia
20 in the Collier
IB through Feb. r s rrYa! rwc
Allen during
her mother, Mrs. Nell I

the past weekend. -' County city.- -..-.- -----".. I with coupon & purchase with coupon & purchase with coupon & purchaseof

of ((1) Mrs. Smith' of ((2) 24 oz. Bottles ((2)) "Cut-up"

BLUEBERRY PIE PURE GOLD SYRUP FRYERS
Allenlioll proln Cj oer* Coupon Void After Coupon Void After Coupon void after

Monday, May 2, 1966 Monday, May 2, 1966 Monday, May 2, 1966
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Also, the recent decline of the j food and fiber supply. When sup fiber for 15 persons in 1950 and than there was 20 years ago.
\' Milk brown pelican in the southeastwas 'ply Is down, costs go up." for 26 in 1960 produces for 35 Just look at your grocery store
attributed to.the destruction As it is, Jordan points,out, insects today." shelves. Food products once con
" l Best In Nation of the bird's breeding places by l alone destroy $3 billion There is a greater variety of sidered seasonal can now be purchased
educa hurricanes Instead of pesticide worth of food and fiber each food items in the stores today the year around.
, More than 20( leading contamination as some people year. Losses to all kinds of pests,
various
from
tors and researchers
have charged. including weeds, animal and .
and federal agencies
J state Water pollution and its effect plant diseases, and rodents,
! j,_'. attended Conference the Interagency in Jacksonville Pesticide onment emerged as one of the I amount to $24 billion a year. ANNOUNCINGI

most pressing problems discussed : Not only is food cheaper, in

I, recently.Dr. M. J. Ford of the Florida at the conference.The dollars and cents, thanks to pes am a candidate for re-election as
Board of Health was the program included talks by ticides, but it is cheaper in
State
j'\t chairman of the day-long meeting Doyle Golden of the State Department terms of man hours. "Whereasone COUNTY COMMISSIONER, DISTRICT 4
d leaders of Agriculture's Pesticide out of four of our people
I., at which agency presented
I! a detailed summary of; Research Laboratories in lived on a farm 30 years ago, I consider it an honor to represent the peopleof
Tallahassee; Mr. C. R. Madsenof and one out of seven lived there
I current research work, on chemicals Flagler County. If re-elected, I will continue to
safe residue the U. S. Fish and Wildlife 15 years ago, only one out of 16
pesticides, and serve to the best of ability.
Gainesville Mr. C. L. my
in
I levels in food and the environment Service ; is on a farm today. Yet consum
Problem areas and solutions Philllppy of the Florida Game ers are offered an immense array Your vote and support will be appreciated
discussed. and Fresh Water Fish Commission of food and fiber productsat
were
in Lakeland; Dr. Phillip the lowest real cost In his
While most of the proceedingswere
of a highly technical nature Butler of the U. S. Bureau of tory. This is largely because a Alfred R. TuckerPd.
Commercial Fisheries near Pen farmer who food and
produced
it was revealed that milk ( Political Adv.)
William G. Eden of
Dr.
sacola
;
producted in Florida is probablythe
of Florida's Institute
the University
cleanest milk in the nationas
of Food and Agricultural
pesticide residues are
far as
Sciences; James Brogon of the

on concerned.fish, wildlife, and the envirI Florida Service; Dr.Agricultural H. P. Burchfield Extension of ELECT EMMETT W. PACETTIFor

I the U. S. Public Health Service's
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YEs ;
neider of the Florida State
' Board of Health. FLAGLER and ST. JOHNS COUNTIESPERSONAL
READ'Y.' The conferences are held twicea

year, and the next meeting DATA
will be held in September In
BORNBorn
Winter Haven.PESTICIDES. June 13, 1925, St. Augustine, Florida.
EDUCATION
HELP Bachelor of Science Degree,
U. S. Merchant Marine Academy,
FOOD COSTS
LOWER Bachelor of Civil Engineering Degree,
Soon AS T FINISHN&WPAPER Without pesticides, damage by Rensselaer Polytechnic Institute.
THE Insects would be much higher, FAMILY
ADS. THEY ARe sal Resides in St. Augustine, Florida with wife Virginia
FULL OF 8 GAINSi / and so would food costs. ,} and four children-Dale 10, Randy 6, Carol Anne 5,
The bag of perfect apples you and Ronald 1.
now pay 69c for would cost $1 a AFFILIATIONS
bag, or more. The can of green ,. President, Industrial Development Corporation.
i beans which now sells for 37c t : Chairman, Industrial Committee of Chamber of Com

could sell for 60c. The 31-cent ay Member merce.of Zoning Board and also Planning Commission
quart of milk could rise to 45 of City of St. Augustine, Florida.
cents a quart. Received Governor's Award In 1965 for industrial
the higher costs? County efforts. .
Why
Past President of local Jaycees.
Agent Don Jordan states "if we County Coordinator for Secretary of State Tom Adams.
let them, Insects, diseases, and. PRESENT ENDEAVOR
other pests would destroy or seriously Spearheading development of 365 acre Industrial
damage our plentiful Tract.
BUSINESSOwner
of Consulting Engineering and Land Survey
ing Firm.
PLEDGETo
work on a continuing basis for the growth and
To the Voters of development of St. Johns and Flagler Counties.A .


MAN OF PROVEN ABILITYWho
Flagler County:
Stands and Works for Community Progress and DevelopmentPd.

Pol. Adv.

STOP! THINK! .


There is no greater responsibility on the -:

citizens of the County than the proper selectionof ;

Members of the Board of Education. Everyone -

interested in a better school system should You can't laceEXPERIENCE it

continually strive to raise the standards of

those elected for your board of education and \

your county superintendent.A I \\

,fy.
good school board will ably and fairly Automation was a science fiction word 25 years ago. Yet

represent all groups of people and all childrenin S Broward William experience in that field was responsible for :

its school system. his first assignment when he went to work in the State :

Treasurer's office. As a representative of a national business ;
The role played by the County education Board of is li machine company; he had helped many banks convert from

Education in Florida's system of 3 \ a pen and ink bookkeeping system to machines. His first job .

a most important and a most difficult one to ;/ y \ with the State Treasurer's office was to systematize the ,}

play successfully, requiring a wide range of \ bookkeeping procedures there. During his 24 years with the State ,

knowledge and skill in the broad field of ed- ,. ;< ; :t Treasurer's office he has dealt with the many phases of it

ucation. I banking, finance and insurance that are a responsibility of your I

State Treasurer. In the time he has served as State Treasurer,
Very soon you will be voting for the candidates z F '' -. his experience has made it possible to effect an orderly,

of your choice. If you really want consider bet- i smooth changeover, along with the institution of many r

ter schools-and who doe.n't-please entirely new programs. Broward Williams has a t

very carefully the record and the qualificationsof thorough knowledge of state government,

each candidate and vote for those who can n r experience in all phases of the insurance PROVEN, I
EXPERIENCE inA
work to improve our schools and to industry and
and will proven ability to administerthis
which to live. JOB IT TAKES
in
make our county a better place vitally important Cabinet post. A LIFETIME TO'i

Remember: The Quality of Your School KEEP mm >

Board Depends on You.MYRTLE .


C. RICE (Mrs. John) :

howard Williams

Candidate District for No.re-election 5 \ I 1


Flagler County School Board STATE TREASURER "

Political Adrertucment Paid For by Fred N. Lowtp,Tnav. r;
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April 28, 1966 THE FLAGLER TRIBUNE, BUNNELL, FLORIDA PAGE SEVEN
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Longer Life plant physiologist, says the response 'cal treatments are constantly I cludes a tour of the National j I Lyndon B. Johnson and tour
of cut-flowers to environ tested in hope of finding the Gallery of Art and talks by Vice-
For Cut FlowersPeople mental conditions is now under right chemical for use as a dip.I President Hubert H. Humphreyand the White House. They will have
investigation. He adds that artificial When flowers are separated Secretary of Agriculture an opportunity to visit Florida's
aren't the only ones lighting prolongs the useful from their root system, shippedand Orville L. Freeman and Mrs. I U. S. Congressmen and tour the
having to "meet or beat" compe life of some cut-flowers, especially I later placed in water, they Freeman. Goddard Space Agency in nearby
tition. Plants and animals are chrystanthemums.The may not take up as much water The 4-H'ers will meet Mrs. I Maryland.
faced with the problem too. common practice of lowering ''as' they need.
After cut-flowers, for example, temperatures to retard intake ,'I To do away with this problem,
are grown successfully under of stored foods in the plantis I vacuum or pressure infusion has ELECT
threats of climate, insects and another area evaluated by I been experimentally used by
disease then are harvested, scientists, Woltz explains. scientists to "force" water into HOWELL V. PEAVY
the stems and
other of
packed and shipped, there's still Controlled atmosphere which parts the
flowers.
the question of how well they'll varies oxygen, carbon dioxide MEMBER OF .
perform once they're on the and nitrogen, has been found to
table. be beneficial to plants in several I Board of Public InstructionDISTRICT
Following dry-pack storage instances. Florida 4-H'ers In
during shipment and marketing, This controlling of the atmosphere No. 3, MAY 3rd
flowers are expected to revive was first applied success Washington, D. C. Your Vote and Support Will Be Greatly
and perform as well as those fully with apples.: The object Four Florida 4-H Club members AppreciatedPd.
freshly cut from the backyard. here is to adjust the gaseous environment representing Florida's more ( Political Adv.)
Because cut-flowers play a so the rate of respiration than 26,000 4-H'ers, are among

large role in the stat's economy, and consumption of stored I the outstanding 4-H youth from WVWlfWWkWAVIMrtFOR .....10........................._.w."".........",..
researchers at the Gulf Coast food can be lowered. throughout the nation attendingthe
Experiment Station here, are Still other research by Florida I National 4-H Club Conference ALL HOURS-DAY OR NIGHT
spending a great amount of time scientists involves studying the in Washington, D. C. this
applying scientific techniquesso effects of the chemical quality of week. AMBULANCE
methods can be developed to vase water on the performanceof Florida's delegates are Susan PHONE VAlley, 41625
prolong the life and keeping cut flowers. McManus, Dade City; Betty Jo SERVICE
quality of the flowers. The use of sugars, bactericides Padron, Miami; Barry Goldring, STf AUGUST1NE. FLORIDA
What are some of the ways I and other compounds in vase Arcadia; and George Leitner, of
Never be
hesitant about
calling a Garcia Ambulance. Ware .
this is done? [water are being observed cur- Mlcanopy.' The trip to National
Scientists look carefully at the I irently, by the researchers in an 4-H Conference is one of the top always at your service with promptness safety and
cultural practices carried out by effort to preserve flower quality honores awarded to 4-H mem experience.
growers. Often, this information once they're sold to the consum bers, with only about 225 young
Equipped With Oxygen Resusitator and Inhalator
gives clues to later flower per I people from the 50 states and
formance. The specialists also er.Dr.. Woltz says the problem of Puerto Rico receiving the trip, Garcia Funeral HomeP.
make studies on the vase life of disease development has been W. W. Brown state 4-H club
cut-flowers, that Is, how long I one of the most serious problems agent, Florida Agricultural Extension E. GARCIA, Licensed Funeral Director
they'll last in a vase of water. encountered with flower quality Service, said.
LADY ASSISTANT
Dr. S. S. Woltz, an associate j after harvest.. Woltz says chemiElect .- The conference program In Cww\Ar\rVuwvwuvwuv

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CIRCUIT JUDGE

(PRESENTS

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17 years practicing attorney. THE DANIEL RECORD OF SERVICE .

25 years official court reporter. .

LAST MINUTE NEGATIVE CAMPAGNING,
Over 25 years training and exper-

ience in the circuit court.I vs. ,

have served as official court
reporter and you would consider it *

an honor and privilege to serve
you and all the people of the INVENTORY TAX!!!
circuit circuit judge.Paid .
seventh as Welborn Daniel is proud to have sponsored legis-

lation reducing this unfair tax on merchants!!!
Pol Adv.
JIhI ]JC!it ft ifl:7 IItI If S'I I '1 KI:!:)
JIta1MJlt:li''t[ttJ JLttJIt L ttJI(1[ J(( I1tC j
WATER CONSERVATION AND POLLUTION!!!

I Welborn Daniel is proud to have sponsored legislation -
TO THE VOTERS OF .
to conserve our pure water supply.

FLAGLER COUNTY

o EDUCATION ,
7 years experience in management and super-
vision. Welborn Daniel is proud of being endorsed over

1 year manager of school cafeteria. his opponent by P. A. C. E. (Community education leaders -

9 years successful Life Underwriter. (Presently ) in ALL eleven counties of District 15.
employed with Independent Insurance Co.)

Have served on 3 boards of directors. Voted one of ten most outstanding membersof

High School Graduate. 1963 House of Representatives.Voted .
L. U. T. C. Graduate.

1 year teaching L. U. T. C. most effective Freshman Senator in

J. I. T. Graduate. (Job Instruction Trainingand
how to deal with people). 1965 Senate. \


I 1 feel son in my school.past experience in the above wouldbe Ten years continuous Legislative Seniority.KEEP .

an asset to me in serving on your School Board.
DANIEL WORKING FOR YOU !

MARGARET V. KNIGHT VOTE FOR

CANDIDATE FOR SCHOOL BOARD WELBORN DANIEL STATE SENATOR-15 DIST.

DISTRICT No. 3 DEMOCRATThursday

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PAGE EIGHT __THE FLAGLER TRIBUNE, BUNNELL, FLORIDA Thursday, April 28, 1966
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6-Tonkin Brenda Murray Among the youngest surviving
I Bunnell School I
uudl chit}* I High Lila Allen Stanford Robertson veterans with service-connected

Karen Clegg Brenda Tucker disabilities are the 154,000 peacetime .
s cI oJ ivy Honor RollI I
Mary Cook Kay Weaver veterans who average 38
I I
Club would like Nancy Creal years of age, the Veterans Administration
The Spanish I FIFTH SIX WEEKS
all j Mike Manuel Subscribe for The Flagler Tribune I reports.
to "Muchas Gracias" to i
say
I
l Tucker
Denlce
that helped make our Fiesta a! 3 A-Reynolds ,
success. With the profit, we planto | Karen Baker 7 A-Hein * * * * *
Sandra Abbott
buy something to beautify| Susan Clegg
\
the school. Rob Cowart James Bryan
Minnie Deen I ELECT FRANCIS p.
We hope that the people turned I Kathy Dl Virgilio
John Geller
away at the door will acceptour Leon Jones
apologies and we will try to I Cindy Krantz Catherine Harris
be better prepared next year. .Jannel Revels Chip Johnston WHITEHAIRSTATE
Perritt
Vicky
Thank you again. I Eve Tucker
Greg Robertson
Spanish ClubBulletin I 13 Hlgglnbothcon
Kathy Buckles Kirk Robertson SENATOR
Jeff Crews Betty Steflik
Jenny McFarland Elayne Tucker 16th
7 B-Bradley DISTRICT
Jay Rodgers
The scores for the National Marcy StricklandDot Leo Fleurle Citrus Osceola Merit Scholarship QualifyingTest Tucker 8 A-Hanyen Flagler Pasco <
which Juniors took March 4 A-Townsend Linda Church Hernando Sf. Johns
1, are In. All Juniors are requester i Billy Creal Rebecca Durrance Lake Seminole )
to come into the Guidance Jan Perryman Janet Haines Marion SumferVolusia ,
x
Office as soon as possible, at re.1 .4 B-Mercer Jeanna Hlgglnbotham
cess, noon, or during study hall, Gwen King
to discuss individual scores, and I Chip Mona Brooks Wetherington Kris Martel A distinguished Florida "2t 3

all ate 'requested to inform par. 5 A-Morris Beth MatherlyAnn attorney for 35 years. :
ents that they are urged to come I Barbara Cowart Meekins Beef cattleman, Citrus at -
and discuss these scores with I Chuck Cowart 9 ABaylessPam grower and Farmer.
the counselor.For .
guidance
Anderson
William Patrick -
Outstanding public
Elaine Skolar Gary Buckles servant; Including Under .
fresh vision, new approach, Glen Carle y "<
Cherry Wadsworth Secretary of Navy.
new visor, VOTE for :rOEB'OYOi I Tolbert WImberly Charles Clegg '
Veteran of World Wars
; Nancy Hargett ,
15 B-I. Manuel
I I Vivian Arnold Jimmy McNab I and II/ and Korean Conflict,
Christine Higginbotham David Johnson educator and family man. ,

I Shelia Johnston Terry Rawlins
Larry Jones George Robbie @ tf..A Man of Stature"Paid

Fubllc !Service! CommUal. I I I Rita Pellicer Mary Anne Steflik for by the" WMtohalr for Stat.Senator Campaign Fund Henry L.Austin Jr.Tnetvni
Group 3 (Dem. Primary) Davey Solomon Clifford Taylor * * * * *
(Pd. Political Advt.) Donna Steflik Brenda Townsend
Carol Townsend
f Carla Tucker
Colleen Tucker
10 A-Borosa QUALIFIED
BROWN & BROWN INC. Sue Broadaway
Hewitt Dupont

I INSURANCEOUR Trudy Ray Krutz Hall EXPERIENCED

10B-J. Craig

i Tony Parker .. .! t
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PHONE NUMBER IS ''t.f 1i. :; r"f
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Wesley Thomas '" < <( .,:
HA Brooks ; 1. :
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Walton Cowart \; I
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David Dodge ( ,
Kathy Emery {h".
Ann Hugas
Vicky King "'

I believe in progress for Arthur 11 B-Hordin McDaniel I k<''; rk

Johnnie Ruth Miller '",
ALL of
parts Flagler County Mickey Slndelar p


Julie Linda Wilkins Skolar 3 ,..
12 A-Gurnee
ELECT Margie Blakely

Betty Lynn Bourne
Jelita Collins
Sue Ellen Deen *tf

J. B. PELLICER Sherry Judy Dunson Hargett

Margaret Hoskins f kf _
12 B-Brown
Butch McDaniel .
!Marilyn McNab

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: Your vote and support will be appreciated

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VOTE TO KEEP


S

i r Served 6 Years In the Legislature
Herschel King

Flagler County Business Man

Decision of the Florida Public
I Service Commission affect Flo*
J, Ida's future-and your pocket-
SCHOOL BOARD book. VOTE FOR AND ELECT
: ON YOUR Billy MAYO has participated In
public utility rat* reduction totaling -
$22.000.000 mine /Joining

;I I ( DISTRICT I ) *.the This*ent the*Public saving 40 Commission%Service of to all Floridians rat Commission.during reductionsby repr-the A. H. (Gus) CRAIGFor

last 10 year

I K. p'May: ,wo/klng fOf yO'" House of RepresentativesFlagler

II MAY 3, 1966 VOTE fr MAYO-MAY 3.,

I ,ijcf[ 'J S.rrjtMinrCommission" and St. Johns Counties

lilt\ ,.riM.IIM mm, I" t"l
(Pd. Political Adr.) May CMMIC;!; it (Pd. Political Adr.)

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.. .. 6-Tonkin 0 Brenda Murray I Among the youngest surviving
s QkUtCII dfrt9stShooI r IBunnehl High School Lila Allen Stanford Robertson II veterans with service connected

,.',' New Honor Roll Karen Clegg Brenda Tucker I disabilities are the 154,000 peacetime .
I Mary Cook Kay Weaver veterans who average 38

The Spanish Club would like I FIFTH SIX: WEEKS Nancy Creal ,' I years of age, the Veterans Ad.
to say "Muchas Graclas" to all f Mike Manuel I Subscribo for The Flagler Tribune ministration reports.

that helped make our Fiesta a Reynolds Denice Tucker .
success. With the profit, we planto (|(3 Baker 7 A-Heln * *> * ,* *
Sandra Abbott
buy something to beautify| Susan Clegg (
the school. Rob Cowart \ James Bryan

We hope that the people turn. I Kathy DI Virgilio Minnie Deen ... ..'f. ELECT FRANCIS P.
John Geller
ed away at the door will accept Leon Jones
our apologies and'we will try to I Cindy Krantz .. Catherine Harris ..' J
'be better prepared next year. ,Jannel Revels Chip Johnston ;1. WHITEHAIRSTATE

... .Thank you again:, .Eve Tucker Vicky Greg Robertson Perritt E 0
ClubBulletin I 13 Hlgginbotham, i
Spanish
Buckles Kirk Robertson ," ,
Kathy SENATOR
Jeff Crews Betty Steflik
Jenny McFarlandJay Elayne Tucker s :. -P 0
Rodgers 7 B-Bradley 16th DISTRICT
The scores for the National Marcy StricklandDot Leo Fleurie Citrus Oiceola
.
.
I Merit Scholarship Qualifying 8 A '
Tucker Hanyen Flagler Pasco
,
I Test, which Juniors took March
4 A-Townsend / Linda Church Hernando Sf.Johns
1, are In.,All Juniors are requester Billy Creal Rebecca Durrance't I Lake Seminole
to come Into the Guidance Jan Perryman Janet Haines Marion SumferVoluila S
" Office as soon as possible, at recess 4 B-Mercer Jeanna Higginbotham a 3a
moon, or during study hall, Gwen King
I Chip Brooks .
to discuss individual scores, and Mona Wetherington Kris Martel '; *A distinguished Florida ; .
all requested to: Inform i attorney for 35 .
I are par. 5 A-Morris Beth Matherly ; years. :
ents that they are urged to come Barbara Cowart Ann Meekins Beef cattleman, Citrus
I and discuss these scores with Chuck Cowart 9 A-Bcryles* grower and Farmer. a R;
the guidance counselor. Pajn Anderson
William Patrick
j *Outstanding public
I Gary Buckles w
Elaine Skolar
K. fresh vision, approach, Glen Carle servant;Including Under v
r new I Wadsworth. \ i '
Cherry
*, Secretary of
Navy.
I '
new vigor VOTE for JOB Tolbert WImberly Charles Clegg sg
.
*Veteran of World Wars a"and
: Nancy Hargett
5 B-I. Manuel
Vivian Arnold Jimmy McNab I II and Korean Conflict, '
BOYDF Christine.Higginbotham David Johnson educator and family man. .
I Shelia Johnston Terry Rawlins ff..A
Larry Jones George Robbie Q Man of Stature9'fold

Serrlee CommUslaM, I Rita Pelllcer Mary Anne Steflik for by theWMtehoIr for State Senator Campaign rvnd.Hmryl/ .Austin>;T,_,?,
Group 3 (Den. Primary) Davey Solomon Clifford Taylor *
(Pd Political Advt.) Donna SteflikBROWN I Brenda Townsend

Carol Townsend
a Carla Tucker
Colleen' Tucker
IDA-Borasa QUALIFIED
& BROWN INC. Sue Broadaway
Hewitt Dupont

INSURANCEOUR I Trudy Ray, Krutz Hall EXPERIENCED

0 10B-J. Craig
Tony Parker > "" t'l .
PHONE NUMBER IS ),,A .r, "
Wesley Thomas ,
:.! ""',' : I
11 A-Brooks ,_" ..;"i''. I
, 437-3394 Anne Bourne ... ," .
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Walton Cowart 'J yrL'r; ..' .',J:
I David Dodge t .- '",!
Kathy Emery ..' "t
I Ann Hugas ", ,
Vicky King
j Ij believe in progress for II B-Hordln '
:Arthur McDaniel

ALL parts of Flagler County Johnnie Mickey Sindelar Ruth Miller ,

Linda Skolar ay 4 ...f(
\ Julie Wilkins
12 A-Gurnee
ELECT 't J
Margie Blakely
Betty Lynn Bourne
Belita Collins
Sue Ellen Deen

J. B. PELLICERCOUNTY Sherry Judy Margaret Dunson Hargett Hoskins

12 B-Brown
Butch McDaniel
Marilyn McNab ,, =
COMMISSIONER
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DISTRICT 4 .


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: Your vote and support will be appreciated

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(Pd. Political Adv.)


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VOTE TO KEEP


A

Served 6 Years In the Legislature
Herschel KingON

: Flagler County Business Man

Decisions of the Florida Public
Service Commission affect Florida
'.future-and your pocket-
SCHOOL BOARD book. VOTE FOR
YOUR Billy MAYO has participated In AND ELECT
I publiC utility rate reduction to ,
I tiling$22JXXMX)0 since KXnlnc

4. (DISTRICT I ) repro..i'the senta by the Public 40 Commission%Service of all rat)Commission.*during reductions the. A. H. (Gus) CRAIGFor

last 10 years.

'' Keep Mayo wnr*."II' r House of RepresentativesFlagler
1966
MAY 3
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and St. Johns CountiesPd.
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Thursday, April 28, 1966 THE FLAGLER TRIBUNE. BUNNELL. FLORIDA PAGE 1-B
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Submarines Cousteau's Diving Saucer, built feet In diameter, t he Saucer'I vances In underwater breathing sea, park their submoblles, .
Midget by the French Undersea Centerat carries a pilot and observer. I gases and apparatus eventually check into submarines and participate
Marseille with National Geographic Mass-produced underwater vehicles will make it possible for anyoneto hi one of the many recreations -
May Find TreasureAsWellAsHBomb aid. The Jet-powered may someday be as common I take to the: sea. the resort will offer .
Diving Saucer, first tested in as automobiles, accordingto "Underwater resorts will de. Submarine trains and guided
1959, has made ,some 400 dives the American ocean ,expert I velop," says Dr. Spllhaus. "Peo tours will !take people throughthe
Midget submarines are star]for scientific purposes. Only 6.5 Athelstan Suilhaus. lIe says ad. pIe will drive down under the reefs and underwater world."

ing to do a giant's Job in the
I
ocean.

... The versatile, metal minnows
caught the eye when a hydrogen

the bomb National was off lost Spain Geographic in in the early Mediterranean says.1966 A, Q: Who's on Top!

sub only 22 feet long and knownas
Alvin located the bomb at -

2,500.feet.In .

the salvage operation, t he. \
aided the 50 foot .. \ .
sub was by "
Aluminaut. Though much larger ?
than the Alvin, the Aluminaut : ,: -p'
is a midget, too, compared to the I ,
300-fooMong World War II sub "':
marines. The bomb was actually] :
e ,;
lifted by an unmanned device, J
the Cable-Controlled Underwater
CURV),
Research Vehicle (
directed from a surface ship.
On the Ballot? i
Cargoes Await Salvaging _

The United States Navy has
ordered six 43-foot submarines
for"rescuing men who might be

"' submarine.trapped' In a disabled nuclear A: EASTMOORE .


Other midget .submarines are
expected to be useful in ship
salvage. More valuable than all:
the gold that went down in ill-:
fated Spanish galleons are the '. E. L. EASTMOOREB.
cargoes of thousands of ships 2
sunk off the Atlantic coast i In i ) \ I ,; :;1 -
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two world wars. The tin In a I I," f .;t I
; '; > ;
single drowned cargo is reportedly NEWTON'I'I I I
worth $26 million. .. r' I I

Until now, recovery of cargoes .'.f I
from many deeply submerged WL \
ships has been considered Impractical WADSWORTH. \

but new techniquesmay I .'
make it economical. In one
method, polyurethane foam i is
blown into a sunken ship. The WithThe Best Qualifications?
water
light foam forces enough .
from a ship to make it rise ,to

the surface. tea: <
Small submariner'sctcrr as the

University of Pennsylvania A EASTMOORE
Museum's two-man Asherah are :
hunting for ancient wrecks of in .
terest to archeologists The Ash
erah, built with National Geographic
support, has explored 14 YEARS TOTAL LEGAL EXPERIENCE.
wrecks in the eastern Mediter \
2 YEARS WITH ARMY GENERAL COURTS
ranean.
Oil companies plan to use H ': MARTIAL.
midget subs increasingly in locating *12 YEARS AS PRACTICING ATTORNEY.
and developing offshore
oil deposits. Oil Is only one of 9 YEARS AS CITY ATTORNEY. -
many minerals lying within

Diamonds reach of ,the tin,underwater and other materials craft Considering Age for the Job?

are already being recovered .
from the sea, floor.
Cousteau's Diving SaucerToday's
I midget subs owe
much to Captain Jacques-Yves

A: EASTMOORE J




I I : 37 YEARS OLD.
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OF OFFICE. '..

OLD ENOUGH TO MAKE SOUND DECIS. ".

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Elect E. L. "GENE"EASTMOORE I. ::


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"Sound fiscal policies have been
essential I to keep Florida crowing .
and our State economy healthy.
Continuing, my work as Comptroller
of Florida,I pledge' to maintain I
these sound" and conservative : :
policies. r

CIRCUIT JUDGE SEVENTH CIRCUIT .;.;
Comptroller of Florida ,-I

THE RIGHT MAN :
DEMOCRATIC PRIMARY-MAY 3rd ,
IN THE RIGHT JOB
Pd. FoL Adv. By Campaign Treasurer
Paid for by the DtcUruon for Comptroller
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NEW GI BILL FOR I Hamrick says a gang of
VETERANS SIGNED I thieves is operating in Florida
Veterans planning to go to and central figures in the
school under the new GI BH scheme are parking attendantswho IN A POLITICAL CAMPAIGN THE PUBLIC
do not have to rush to meet a make replicas of house keys
deadline, the VA pointed out today and send them north to their ac i IS ENTITLED TO KNOW All.OF A CANDI-
following President John complices.
son's signing of the Veterans Along with the house key goes DATES RECORD. MY OPPONENTS RECORD

Readjustment Benefit Act of the home address of the traveler ON WHISKEY LEGISLATION IS BEST DE-
1966. .
which is lifted from the registration
Although most benefits under books. This information' SCRIBED BY THE FOLLOWING EDITORIAL
the new Bill are effective im permits a thief to loot and ransack
I
mediately, the education assist. the traveler's home while WHICH APPEARED MAY 2, 1965 ISSUE OF
ance benefits will not begin until he is enjoying Florida.
June 1, 1966, Raymond S. I THE LEESBURG DAILY COMMERCIAL

Smith, Flagler County Veterans FORMER MEMBER
Service Officer, said today.
SHERIFFS' RANCH
Late in April, the XA expects I

to have application blanks and CITED FOR VALOROne IU.. .. I.clIm.:, ... .."
full information available at of the first boys to live at cember arrest. / the >cntial Tloriaa .OpU-- -. hones
all VA offices and at the admission the Florida Sheriff's Boys Ranch [nk& George: :Miller 18. and Cecil \ss(uation: will assist the or'tstein :I good gf'
offices in most approved near Live Oak has been cited was vile n
schools. for valor in action in Viet Nam. Meetingfay out U
Veterans with service after Specialist 4th Roy E. McHenryhas by Things Look Wet .tinuecport
January 31,1955 will have pan of n.
ample been awarded the Bronze
time to select courses and make Star for heroism in action in connection (rnongbusi For Lake's Senator their fi.
application without losing either with the Dec. 4, 1965 "Throforts
class time or payments from bombing of the Alexandria Billets iated Senator Welborn Daniel of Lake County warmed up I t.
VA, Smith said.THIEVES with liquor price fixing dent, econ
enlisted quarters in Saigon. 'orpo-I this session of the legislature a
McIIenry entered the Boys his bill which, according to its opponents,would have been ment canlighter U->
IN PARKING Ranch operated by the Florida a real bonanza to the liquor industry. We're inclined to payer of '
SERVICE REVEALED Sheriff's Bureau in 1959. He was al ."Our1
BY COMMISSIONERState one of the first half dozen youths da agree.
it if at a'eh
in Fortunately word got spread around that was
Hotel and Restaurant who began residence there. I
Commissioner W. J. Hamrick has Originally from Miami, McIIen t roaring along'with the speed of a fast freight throughGeorgia Pleahsu

issued a warning to guests at I ry left the Boys Ranch in 1961 la's; so it met a timely 1 derailment. County
hotels and motels in Florida to enter military service. .le The Senator from Lake County came right back with ask yo
against giving a full set of keysto The Boys Ranch now has 100 ted a bill which would have allowed folks to drink "on the cooperapremises"
attendants who park their boys and will observe its 10th 1p of licensed liquor establishments. This one this offi.
cars. anniversary in October 1967. the p
lion drink.for
would have legalized drive-in and curb service "
tick- pie.
vvuvuvwwwywuiTO ing. Hoot
mercial The possibilities for expansion and exploitation by Shorer
MY FELLOW CITIZENS OF liness the liquor industry, using this little tool, are legion. memb
both Can you picture a small neighborhood saloon with a ten Chum
'net Elks.
FLAGLER COUNTYI
acre parking lot complete with appropriate landsca He
ne ping? We haven't looked into this but it would have Florid.Lake .
am again placing my name before you to serve as .ted probably allowed car-hop service: IU

your County Commissioner from District 2 for lone Driving while intoxicated has long been considered aprimary tion sonv
.i na- time he tr.
another term. I want to thank you for your confi- ctor oC menace to our society. How can anyone justify .
'nk or legalizing the public consumption of liquor by the citrus.n.
dence in me for many years. Hoping I still merit Con- occupants of an automobile? -
Cc
that confidence and support I remain, 'rida This one also got sidetracked and was returned to

;r da committee to be polished up. Watch for its return. Sh

Respectfully, ict 5 However, while these and other booze bills were Si
nt or being blasted off the tracks the Senator from Lake A u
GEORGE E. WICKLINE er or County comes up with another one cloaked in a robe of Countius

respectability. This time he hatches one (laid by the DenKepubli
(Pd. Political Adv.) o the
) two Beverage Department) I labeled as a "deterrent to to votepnmaiics
.ils of juvenile delinquency." .
ax E. This bill would make a juvenile equally as guilty of a istcml cit.

PHONEKelley's ".$burg.sburg.and beverage violation as the seller (and that's good) BUT embers in c
nth: Lees. it eliminates the mandatory immunity now in the law < Party willpumadesb
I for the juvenile who "squeals" on sellers. This looks *

FuelBURNING Oil -1 like more protection for the peddler than punishment :NovemberLake's f

'' for the juvenile.An tl'alionls?
CLEAN iber, ofr amendment which would take away the word since theNovember

Directors office inThursday ; "shall" in the present law in connection with granting : 23,5
was :
STANDARD I of immunity to juvenile informers and substitute trie critic tol
J.'I
Guy word "may" was accepted by Daniel and it was passedovcmb:

districtll unanimously by the senate. can. to'
1 L ind
ChamSenator Verle Pope of St. Augustine expressed the
Is county
reports opinion Thursday that every bill in the packet UsPie .
PRODUCTSDIESEL in the sponsored by the Beverage Department seemed to give

the liquor dealer a little more protection.
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DELIVERY COMMERCIAL ACCOUNTS F' con- ment is Ron Morris, a former liquor dealer. dcaleiscguilty t

Phone 437-7172 Bunnell, Florida foads to Unless there is a sudden change in the course of ipation
ons re- things in Tallahassee this promises to be the "wettest" when tt.sPbelciifl

i- legislature. on record. We have just been wondering if a eral Coui

BUDDY KNOX ", ts "maJorl t" of the people in Lake County approve'of Lawrence They a.

tds the role their Senator is playing.-WPB of Leesbu;
YOUR ATLANTIC DEALER .. pleas of r
makeup of the milling &ouitacu ry DCCUUSUwi a
Bunnell Atlantic Service Station 'J- crowds at the amusement I leakage of lake water. same char
park ch'ed: constantly. AttVcre advised by the City Henry Sir
Day Phone 437-3652 wn H to ,. ..,..........1' :'.I. \\'. Th0' t1at la.
U. S. Highway 1 (:7 TJ) "'W'"
Night Ph. 437-3944 ..
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REPAIR, REBUILD GENERATORS, STARTERSAND
CARBURETORS

24 Hour Heavy Duty Wrecker Service

RETURN

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CRAIG FUNERAL HOMEA. FLORIDA SENATEQISTRICT

A. H. CRAIG Funeral Director 15mrifwm

JOHN CAPO Manager

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greatly appreciated. When elected to office I will try to thank
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Spring Fashions says Miss Elizabeth Dickenson, Dimity and dotted Swiss are colors shade to very light or hazy in beige oj; greys.
clothing specialist with the Flir- used in blouses and dresses.

Accent On YouthSpring Ida Agricultural Extension Serv Tailored garments show simpletwo
or three colored checks in

ice.Bold, clear colors herald I houndstooth, window pane, or 24 Hour ....RWrecker -
fashions' put the accenton Spring, 1965. Materials are crisp.i tattersall. Service C
youth. Waistlines are anywherefromthe
Granny, Western, baby doll, gathered shoulder yoke to Clear colors, especially red-
and flapper styles come on pink, show up in decorative posy
empire seam below the bust. A
Co.
Tractor
Truck &
strong in the spring fashion narrow belt placed low is often prints, Victorian buds, and Eng Flagler
scene. lish garden florals. Pink-mauve I
used.
MASSEYFERGUSONGrove
Because teens represent 13 per is a standout and may blend or :
cent of the population and make Suit Jackets are either very contrast with yellows, oranges, : Farm. Industrial Equipment

25 per cent of the clothing purchases short or very long. The newest blues. Jade, green, celery, and VIRGIL DECKER Phone ID 7-3242
manufacturers and re look in jackets is very short grape stand out in the spring Owner Bunnell Floridathis
tallers cater to young buyers, cropped bellboy or tunic length. color wheel. Neutral or cosmetic ,
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FLAGLER COUNTY BOARD OF PUBLIC notice and the school choice form will 'be given out for each
new student as soon as the school system knows about the student.At .
INSTRUCTION least seven days will be allowed for the return of the choice
form when a choice Is made after the spring 30-day period. A choice
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Bunnell, Florida
Must be made for each student.. No assignment to any school can
be made unless a choice is made first.
NOTICE OF SCHOOL DESEGREGATION PLAN

11. Students Entering First Grade
UNDER TITLE VI OF THE CIVIL RIGHTS
The parent, or other adult person acting as parent, of every child
ACT OF 1964 entering the first grade, or kindergarten is required to choose the
school his child will attend. Choices will be made under the same
free choice process used for students new to the school system in
(Required by 181.46 and 181.53 of the Statement of Policies)
other grades, as provided in paragraph 10.

1. Desegregation Plan In Effect
12. Priority of Late ChoicesNo
The Flagler County public school system is being desegregatedunder
a plan adopted in accordance with Title VI of the Civil choice made after the end of the spring 30-day choice period may ,
Rights Act of 1946. The purpose of the desegregation plan is to be denied for any reason other than overcrowding. In the event of
eliminate from our school system the racial segregation of students overcrowding, choices made during the 30-day choice;period will
and all other forms of discrimination based on race, color, or 1 have first priority. Overcrowding will be determined by the stand.
national origin. ard provided for in paragraph 8. Any parent or student whose first
Choice is denied because of overcrowding will be given a second
2. Thirty-Day Spring Choice Period choice in the manner provided for In paragraph 9.

Each student or his parent, or other adult person acting as parent 13. Test. Health Records and Other Entrance Requirements.Any .
,' Is required to choose the school the student will attend next
year. The choice period will begin on April 15, 1966, and close May academic tests or other procedures used in assigning studentsto
15, 1966. schools, grades, classrooms, sections, courses of study, or for any
other purpose, will be applied uniformly to all students without
3. Explanatory Letters and School Forms regard to race, color or national origin. No choice of school will be

On the first day of the choice period, an explanatory letter and denied because of failure at the time of choice to provide any
this notice will be sent by first-class mail to the parent, or other health record, birth certificate, or other document. The student
adult person acting as parent, of each student then in the schools will be tentatively assigned in accordance with the plan and the
who is expected to attend school the following school year. A school choice made, and given ample time to obtain any required doc
choice form will be sent with each letter, together with a return ument. Curriculum, credit, and promotion procedures will not be
envelop addressed to the Superintendent. Additional copies of the applied in such a way as to hamper freedom of choice of any stu

letter, this notice and the notice form are freely available to the dent. ,

public at any school and at the Superintendent's office. 14. Choice Once Made Cannot Be Altered

4. Returning the Choice Forms Once a choice has been submitted, it may not be changed, even

Parents and students, at their option, may return the completed though the choice period has not ended. The choice Is binding for
choice forms by hand to any school or by mall to the Superintend the entire school year to which it applies, except In t he case of (1)

ent's office, at any time during the 30-day choice period. No preference compelling hardship, (2) change of residence to a place where
will be given for choosing early during the choice period.A another school Is closer, (3)) the availability of a school designedto
choice is required for each student. No assignment to a schoolcan fit the special needs of a physically handicapped student, ((4) the
be made unless a choice is made first. availability at another school of a course of study required by the
student, which is not available at the school chosen.
5. Choice Form InformationThe
school choice forms lists the names, locations and grades offered 15. All Other Aspects of Schools Desegregated
for each schol. The reasons for any choice made are not to All school-connected services, facilities, athletics, activities and
be stated. The form asks for the name, address and age of the programs are open to all on a desegregated basis. A student at.
student, the school and grade currently or last attended, the school tending the school for the first time on a desegregated basis may
chosen for the following year, the appropriate signature, and not be subject to any disqualification or waiting period for participation .
the student his parent. in activities and programs, including athletics which
whether the form has been signed by or
Any letter or other written communication which identifies the might otherwise apply because he is a transfer student. All trans
student and the school he wishes to attend will be deemed justas portation furnished by the school system will also operate on a desegregated
the school basis. Faculties will be desegregated, and no staff memo
valid as if submitted on the choice form supplied by
choose ber will lose his position because of race, color or national origin.
schools are
system. The names of students and the they or
This includes where less staff Is needed because schoolsare
school of. any case
assigned to under the plan will not be made public by
closed or enrollment Is reduced.
ficials.

16. Attendance Across School System Lines
6. Course and Program InformationTo
guide students and parents in making a choice of school, listed No arrangement will be made, or permission granted, by this school
which not system for any students living in the community it serves to at
and are
below, by schools, are the course programs
tend the school in another school system, where this would tendto
given at every school in this school system. -
Carver High School .....Spanish I & II limit desegregation, or where the opportunity is not availableto
Carver High School.. .......Vocational Agriculture all students without regard to race, color or national origin. No
arrangement will be made, or permission granted, by this school
Bunnell High School... ... Industrial Arts
system for any students living In another school system to attend
7. Signing the Choice FormA school in this system, where this would tend to limit desegregation
choice form may be signed by a parent or other adult person or where the opportunity is not available to all students with.
acting as parent. A student who has reached the age of 15 at the out regard to race, color or national origin.

time of choice, or will next enter the ninth or any higher grade, may
sign his own choice form. The student's choice shall be controlling 17. Violations To Be ReportedIt
before the end is a violation of our desegregation plan for any school officialor
unless a different choice is exercised by his parent
teacher to Influence or coerce In the of
exercises his choice. any person making
of the period during which the student
a choice or to threaten any person with penalties or promise favors
8. Processing of ChoicesNo for any choice made. It is also a violation of Federal regulationsfor
choice will be denied for any reason other than overcrowding.In any person to Intimidate,threaten, coerce, retaliate or discriminate
cases where granting all choices for any school would cause against any individual for the purpose of interfering with
overcrowding, the students choosing the school who live closest to the free making of a choice of school. Any person having any
it will be assigned to that school. Whenever a choice is to be denied knowledge of any violation of these prohibitions should report the
overcrowding will be determined by a uniform standard facts immediately by mail or phone to the Equal Educational Op-

applicable to all schools in the system. portunities Program, U. S. Office of Education, Washington, D. C.,
20202 (telephone 202962.0333). The name of any person reportingany
9. Notice of Assignment Second Choice violation will not be disclosed without his consent. Any other
All students and their parents will be promptly notified in writingof violation of the desegregation plan or other discrimination basedon
Should student be denied his
their school assignments. any race, color, or national origin in the school system is also a violation
he will be promptly notified and
choice because of overcrowding of Federal requirements, and should likewise be reported.
all other schools in the system where spaceis
given a choice among Anyone with a complaint to report should first bring it to the at
available. tention of local school officials, unless he feels it would not be

10. Students Moving Into the CommunityA helpful to do so. If local officials do not correct the violation
choice of school for any student who will be new to the school promptly, any person familiar with the facts of the violation should
system may be made during the spring 30-day choice period or at report them immediately to the U. S. Office of Education at the

any other time before he enrolls in school. An explanatory letter, above address or phone number.



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l SCOTT KELLY V AS GOVERNOROne




candidate proudly displays the slogan "Continue Progress". We ask you, "What progress has come to Flagler County -
during the present administration?" We have lost the largest industry and the largest single payroll in the county's
history. The closing of the Lehigh-Portland Cement Company's manufacturing plant here caused us to lose many fine
friends and neighbors that have had to move away to seek employment. This economic downfall has affected everyonein
this area either directly or indirectly. The Florida development Commission has released figures showing 12.5 percentof
the available work force unemployed within Flagler County. Incidentally, our unemployment rate is the highest in the
state according to their records.

Very shortly Interstate 95 will pull traffic off U. S. No. 1 and AlA. This will certainly hurt local business. On April 13,
1966, while speaking in Bunnell and Flagler Beach, Scott Kelly expressed concern of the effect this will have on the
" economy of Flagler County. Senator Kelly promised the full. support of the Florida Development Commission and the Gov-
... ernor's office to work with Flagler Countians to attract desirable industry to offset this condition.

We all should recognize that the new reapportionment plan. recently put into effect gives near control of the Florida Leg-
islature to Dade and Duval counties. Obviously, if the Governor comes from either of these two counties, there seemsto
be a great probability of favoritism to the larger counties. Scott Kelly, having lived many years in Madison and Gad-
sen counties, has an understanding of the small counties that is indisputable. Every person in Flagler County should sup-
port SCOTT KELLY as he is the only candidate with an agricultural background and the only candidate that has ever
served in the Florida Legislature and prepared himself to. serve you as Governor.

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SCOTT KELLY STANDS TALLON


EDUCATION-Scott Kelly believes that education must FOR SENIOR CITIZENS-Scott Kelly recognizes the wealth
be first-must receive priority consideration. His program for of experience and ability available among Florida's senior
acceleration in public school education is a bold commitment citizens and will promote utilization of their talents by commerce -
to our children. and industry. He plans state-supported communityON
HONESTY IN GOVERNMENT-Scott Kelly will insist on nursing care and facilities for senior citizens who are incap-
absolute honesty in the day-to-day operation of state govern- able of caring for themselves.
ment. Dictatorial attitudes and machine politics will have no ON WOMEN IN GOVERNMENT-Scott' Kelly believes there
place in the Kelly administration. is a need for increased participation by women in government -
ON RACE RELATIONS-Scott Kelly will appoint a biracial at all levels. As Governor, Scott Kelly will oppoint
committee to provide advice and guidance on racial matters. qualified women to state positions according to ability and experience -
ON CONSERVATION OF NATURAL RESOURCESScott without reference or discrmination because of sex.
Kelly will protect Florida's and natural beauty. He
resources ON ROAD BUILDING-Scott Kelly will build roads based on
has specific proposals for creation of a Governor's Advisory traffic count-need
not greed-with provision for reorganization -
Board on Conservation, preservation of public lands for pub- of the State Road Department and professional direction -
lic use, anti-polluttion program, (air, water and off-shore), of the state's road building program.
restoration of the Everglades, expansion of Florida's park
system and protection of marine and wild life. DEMOCRATIC PRIMARY MAY 3rd.



SCOTT KELLY IS VITALLY INTERESTED IN


Job opportunities for all citizens. Tourist promotion.

Higher education (universities and junior colleges). Attraction of industry.

Fiscal independence for universities. Citrus industry promotion.

Creation of Department of Urban Affairs. V Promotion of Florida's agricultural industry.

Constitutional revision and fair reapportionment. Increasing sales of Florida products.

"P" Mental health. Developing ports and trade.

Traffic safety. Alcoholic rehabilitation.


SCOTT KELLY PLEDGES TO: '

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WORK FOR RELIEF FROM PROPERTY TAXES. '

VETO SALES TAX ON GROCERIES AND MEDICINE. .

OPPOSE A STATE INCOME TAX.

PROTECT YOUR HOMESTEAD EXEMPTION.MEET .

THE NEEDS OF FLORIDA IN THE FIELD OF BEACH EROSION.A .


Vote for Scott Kelly is a Vote for Flagler CountyPoL

Adv. paid for by Flagler County Citizens to elect Scott Kelly Governor. C. B. Eisenbach Deputy Treas.




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Meals" are available for 15 cents Washington, D. C.
The offers shorter cooking times for turkey.
guide practical tipson each from the Superintendent of I 120402. Please include your zip I
For example, roasting recommended
PoultryFacts buying poultry meats, whether Documents, Government Print code.yysfyyyxfiy .
fresh, frozen, canned, or pre- for a 16-to-20 pound !I

recipes, and helpful food processed.shoppers It not recommends overlook poul-that This turkey has used been to be reduced 6 to 7ft to 5to hours. ;:: !.:.:.::.:.:.::.::.::.:.:.::.:.:.:.:.:.:.:.:.::.:.:.:.::.::.:.:.:.:.:.:.:.:.:.:.:.:.:.3
hints for buying, storing, cook :
try, since this meat suits 6ft hours to prevent the meat

are ing, presented and serving in a poultry brand meat new i: and provides an excellent appetites from drying out too much. :=:\ HART REFRIGERATIONi :

source of high-quality protein Weight-watchers will be pleased i
booklet from the U. S. Depart- I
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men of Agriculture. ::I :':
thiamine, riboflavin. and niacin. turkey contain fewer caloriesper
"Poultry In Family Meals: A i
average serving than most
Guide for Consumers" contains Easy-to-follow directions
are
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up-to-date information for homemakers given for roasting, broiling, fry offered to make 'a poultry I
who like to serve chicken ing, rotisserie cooking, 'barbe-- I I
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to the eye and conven ::; Bunnell, Fla. Box 253-A Rl ::
main dish, salad, sandwich, or I I pressure cooking plus noteson_ ient to :
snack, specialists with the Florida I how to cook giblets and make prepare. ::[j Phone 437.3698 :
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Gardening In FloridaBy I golds or zinnias. I the air around the leaves moist corms and store only the healthyones. I I asparagus that they dried the
Other methods of eradication To the chore of .
( Kerrey Sharpe: ) stump save daily iI i shoots to eat "out of season."
I include letting carpenter!I tending and watering the cut. I t I

I ants chomp the wood bits, hiring tings, use a constant mist head
If your gardening antics vex I a professional to extract the eye I attached to a garden hose.

the neighbors into doing a "slow :sore, or let nature rot it out. I I i Some of the gladiolus plants|I ELECTJ.
burn," you have the aptitude to1!
Chores will soon be through blooming.
rid your lot of unwanted stumps. j I
Renew the mulch around I I A sure sign is when the plant D.IIDavell PERRYMANTO
Slow burning is an ideal way .
I woody ornamentals. Mulches I tips begin to yellow and die
of banishing stumps from the
j are important on sandy soils be I II back. As soon as this happens,
yard. i I cause the decaying materials I I dig the bulbs and prepare them I
First, survey th vestige of the
\ tree and approach It from Its I add grow-power to soil. Mulches I I for storage. New corms grow on Board of Public Instruction
I also conserve soil moisture, discourage \i I top of old ones, so break off and
weakest side. That Is, try to select
the side with the fewest weeds, keep the soil i DISTRICT No. 1

main 'roots. Next, start digginga cooler and the plant roots hap. I\\t I believe this to be one of the most important
hole toward "china" along the py. Often mulches prevent ex HASTINGS MATTRESS offices in county government and pledge to devote

side of the stump.If cessive nematodes build that up of wormlike I'II.& UPHOLSTRY WORKS my time and energy toward developing a quality
on plant
of the root prey education for all of
the contour system program Flagler County.QUALIFICATIONS .
roots. Also, mulching allows you 710-12 Lemon St.
won't fit the spade or hoe,
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then use water pressure from a
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trash truck.It Fumitu-x Upholstering College
dirt from the tight spots among
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th roots. If necessary, chop away Mattresses & Box Springs
cuttings. Tip cuttings- and Korean War
Made xo Order.Also RenovatedCall
th roots that prevent making a
I about three or four Inches long- 3. Treasurer of Flagler Founda-
hole at least 18 ruches deep.If Laura Morris 437-3233 Scholarship
of half ripened wood give best
the stump does not have a After 6:00 P. M. tion
tap root, you can use the "long 1 results. The standard method of PRICES REASONABLE. 4. Member Junior College Advisory Board
propagation Is to place cuttings BUDGET PLAN IF NEEDED.
squirt" setting of the garden 5. Active Member
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with four or five leaves on themin Just as near as your
hose to drill a draft hole under. Phone Post Office .lion
sand at an angle so leaves are or
neath the stump to the oppositeside Drop Us A'Card or Cue
in contact with the samf sur I I (Pd. Political Adr.)
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of the fire pole. Pick-up Delivery
face. Keep the word moist and
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less, smoldering fire in the bot I .

tom of the stump hole. For fast. ,
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stump crunched roots.down against the I .

Don't annoy the neighborhoodwith I 2 YEARS OFt '

a smoke screen, unless you
are seeking' revenge from ama
teurs who odor up the''block witha
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mixture of starter fuel, char.
coal and burned steaks. ACHIEVEMENT j
The smoke from the stump pit
should be so hazy that it will

not attract the eye of the reve f w3. aN k
nue officer. If your fire Insists ... '
belching forth smoke, consider
delaying the operation until aft. ar
er vacationing with those who
make "mountain dew." 4 YEARS OFCOMMiTMENT1F

Aside from learning from the

mountain men the technique of
using dry oak for smokeless

fires, you might get the spirit of
the project by imagining that

the stump represents certain
friends and you are giving thema
week-long hotfoot.

Some gardeners who lack Initiative .
get to the mountainswith
the spirit and forget about EXPERIENCED LEADERSHIP

the stump. If this may be your .
case, you might consider hiding
your local failings by planting ; PROVEN PROGRESS
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YOU are Florida's most important citizen, Florida's government, Is your government. Florida's governor is

your governor.

That is why I wish It were possible for me to speak personally with you in your home. I wish we could sit

and talk together about Florida's progress-and about our problems. I wish we might go over our state government

CALL together so that you might more fully understand Just, how It works for you.

437-3669 But today Florida's population has passed the 6OOOOOOmark-and It is not possible for your Governor to meet

with you personally to discuss these important matters. Nevertheless, our relationship is a close one and most
important to me-for your Governor has but one job: To serve you and all Florida.
MartinHarding
You elected me with the largest vote given any candidate in Florida's history. I have been your Governornow

for little more than a year. It has been a challenging time, filled with achievement and progress for

our state.

Now I am asking you for a renewal of your strength, loyalty and support which has meant so much-so that
together we can make the next four year; a time of contiued growth and accomplishment. Let us continue together
to build a better Florida for each of us and for the generation that will judge our work tomorrow.

FOR With by deepest personal gratitude, I am,


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