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

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54, NO. 22 BUNNELL, FLORIDA, THURSDAY, JUNE 2, 1966 2.50 A YEAR

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1966 Senior Class VACATION BIBLE Yoh CompanyHas REGISTRATION ;j Local Hospital


Bunnell High School MONDAY SCHOOL OPENS MORNINGThe CompletedTax EACH BOOKS MONDAY OPENED 1 Complying With


School's Largest Vacation Bible School of AppraisalThe Flagler County Supervisor of Civil Rights ActThe

I the First Methodist Church will Elections, Mary Smith, said to
Bunnell High School:: commencement H. L. Yoh Company has Bunnell General Hospitalis
open June 6 and run through day the Registration Books of
program was held completed a tax equalization complying with the Civil
June 10. The Bible School hours Flagler County will be open
last Friday evening at 8 o'clockIn appraisal on Real and Personal Rights Act of 1964.
will be from 8:30: to 11:00 a. m. each Monday, In her office, until
the Bunnell High Gym. Rev. Property In Flagler County and
each day.Director. September 1.Beginning. Statement of policy for compliance
Tom Pinner, former pastor of notices are being mailed out
Kathy Knight said September 1 they with Title VI of the Civil
the Bunnell Baptist Church de this week to all Flagler County
Rights Act said that
all
Wednesday will be collection will be open each day until 30 patients
livered the commencement address Tax Payers.
will be assigned to all
days 'before the November elec.
before the largest graduating day.Those Guy Douglass said the dates I
in charge of departments rooms, wards, and departments
class 'In the history of from June 6 to June 10 have been' tion.Those without
regard to race, color
I will be: Kindergarten, not already registered ,
the local school. It was the larg set for all tax payers to call by I or national
origin, according to
Mrs. Cliff Thompson, Carla to vote may register during offflce -
est gathering of people to witness the office at the Flagler County I
I guldlines for
Tucker, and Mrs. Eldon Knight. hours in the Office of the compliance with
any event in the local gym. Courthouse to discuss the new Title VI of the Civil
Rights Act
Elementary 3 and 4: Mrs. Maxine Supervisor of Elections.
Rev. Max Hall of the Flagler values. The office hours will be of 1964.
Buckles, Mrs. Herbert Bradley
Beach Baptist Church gave the from 8 a. m. to 12 noon and
and Mrs. Bill Baker. According to Z. D. Holland,
Invocation and Rev. Oliver F. from 1 p. m. to 8 p. m. Dates For Summer
Elementary 1 and 2: Mrs. Administrator for the Hospital,
The valuations the notices
Taylor of the First Methodist on
Doris Tucker, Karen Taylor, and patients will be assigned to the
Church of Bunnell gave the ben. represents the value of property Recreation Events
next available
Elaine Tucker.Elementary bed In the classof
ediction. computed in accordance with
5 and 6, Mrs. I accommodation requested as
Principal Benton Clifton in Laura Taylor.Meeting. standard rules and procedures June 13th-July22nd : near as it is possible to do so.
which have been uni
applied
troduced the speaker and Super. Patients
will only be asked if
The recreation for
formly to all properties, program
representatives
intendent Coy Harris presentedthe they prefer a private or semi-
said. the summer will run for six
Of Club of the
diplomas. Senior Class Pres company
pricate room. No transfers
can
The County Commissionerswill weeks from June 13th until July
ident Martin Tucker gave the be made except by the doctor's
address of welcome. Special Set For TuesdayThe establish the millage rate 22nd. orders
or by the ability to
Among the opportunities of pay
to be applied to the approved
music was presented by the for
a private accommodation.The .
Flagler Senior Citizens values. The new values will be fered will be swimming, soft.
with Bandmaster
School Band .
Club will meet next Tuesday used in assessing the taxes for ball, dramatics, arts and crafts, policy on admission procedure
Howard Carson, directing. will .
all
evening, June 7, in CommunityHall 1966. remedial and enrichment read. govern assignments
Members of the graduatingclass
and
transfers, Mr. Hoi-
at the Municipal Building, ing, shuffleboard, ping pong,
were: land concluded.
Flagler Beach. There will be a croquet, chess, checkers, bad-
ST. THOMAS CHURCH
College Preparatory potluck supper starting at 6 o' mitton, band etc.

Currlculm clock. TO HOLD COOKOUT Registration will take placeon

Margarette Lee Blakely This will be the first of three I Monday, June 13 from 9 a. m. TOMMY KAHLERTIS

Elizabeth Lynn Bourne monthly meetings scheduled for NEXT SUNDAY NOONSt. to 12 noon in front of the Bun OUTSTANDING

Rita Bellta Collins the summer. The club voted to Thomas Episcopal Church nell Gym; At that time definite

Robert Waldon Durrance dispense with the second of the I will have a hamburger cook out hours will be assigned to the CADET AT GORDONThomas

Sherry Ann Hargett two meetings which It normally at Bulow Ruins Pavillion Sun Individuals. All school age

Norman Willilam Kurtz, Jr. holds each month, in favor of day, June 5th. The picnic is for groups will be able to participate and Mrs. Kahlert, son of Mr.

Robert John McDanlel picnics or other .outings >during the..entire! : congregation and es at various times- -in most Bunnell was Anthony given the Kahlert, John of B.
- Carol Susan McMillan of the activities.
and The pecially"foF the Church School
June, July August. Gordon
Trophy Award at the
Sue McNab
Marilyn I children.
twice.
club will resume its Gordon
Brenda Lee Murray SERVICE Military College In
Robertson monthly meetings, on the first Each family Is asked to bringa EXTENSION Georgia. He was named the out.
Stanford
Stuart Charles Lloyd Rockett and third Tuesdays, In Septem covered dish 'and their own MAKE APPOINTMENTSIN standing cadet of 1966 at the

Michael Douglas Tidwell ber. table service. The picnic will begin FLORIDA COUNTIESDr. Military Junior College.His .

Brenda Raye Tucker following the morning wor M. O. Watkins, director of father flew up'during'
FARNSWORTH ship service at 11:15 a. m. the Florida Agricultural Exten
Leslie Martin Tucker weekend to attend the graduation -
All Saints Episcopal Churchin sion Service, has announced the
ceremonies there.
Kay Frances Weaver They returned -
FUNERAL HELDSATURDAY Jacksonville has been so gent appointment of new Extension to Bunnell Tuesday.
General Currlculm in donating to St. Thomasa
erous personnel and transfers within Tommy also graduated with
Karen Lee Abraham altar pulpit and lee-
lovely the Extension Service.
the rating of Major from the
Sharyn Lee Abraham Funeral service was held Saturday trun stand and many pews. Miss Susan Mae Russell has school.

Donna Carol Akins afternoon from the St. Members of the Vestry were in been named assistant home economics

Elizabeth Keen Allen Thomas Episcopal Church for Jacksonville last week o bring agent for Volusla Coun

Patrick Robert Barrow Stanley Farnsworth of Flagler the furniture, back.A ty.

James Robert Bratcher Beach who died May 26. Rev. Birthday Thank Offering William R. Womble is the new I EARL RICE NAMED

Harry Edward Bullock Robert Stuart, Priest in charge, fund has been started as a assistant county agent for Levy NEW FIRE CHIEF

Richard R. Bullock officiated. Interment followed at means of raising funds to cover County.

Larry Frank Cox the Espanola Cemetery.Mr. the cement floor. Earl M. Kelly has transferred OF BUNNELLEarl

Sue Ellen Deen Farnsworth was a nativeof Tom
Humphries, Daytona from associate county agent in Rice has been named the
Judy Ann Dunson Nottingham, England and Beach, has created and designedthe Manatee County to County AgentIn new Fire Chief of the Bunnell
Marion Faye Durrance to Flagler Beach in 1952 redwood sign out. I
came new cross Lake County. R. E. Morris, Volunteer Fire Department. Mr.
Carl Benton Eisenbach from Stratford, Conn., where he side the building. Plans for the former Lake County Agent, has I Rice replaces Charles Worley
Fred Harris had resided for some time. He dedication of the building will retired.
who resigned some time Mr.
ago.
Frances Myrlene Henry owned and operated the Beach I be announced at a later date. Edward J. Cowen, former Lafayette Worley is now on the Bunnell
Thomas Dale Herr
Comber Motel at Beverly Beachon
County Agent, is now Police Department.The .
Rabeth Hersey North AlA. He also operateda JOHN A. BROWNGRADUATED County Agent in Dixie County. City Commission had asked .
Margaret Cynthia Hoskins Radio and TV repair shop
Rollin H. McNutt, Jr., has
the Fire to
Department re
Alexander Jarosz, Jr. AT
George there. He was 49 of age.
years moved from assistant county
commend for the
Emma Jean Lovelace some one post,
Vivian McFarland Survivors are his wife, Edna SHEPPARD AFB agent In Sumter County to as and Mr. Rice, a member of the
Marilyn Farnsworth, Beverly Beach; 2 sistant county agent in Manatee I
was suggested.
Michel Joseph Mandeville, III daughters, Mrs. Lynn Karcherof Airman Third Class John A. County. Department

Richard Dennis May DeBerry, Florida and Mrs. Brown, son of Mr. and Mrs. Aver. Two acting assistant county

Vernon Leland May Dale Pieger of Stratford, Conn. ley Brown of Bunnell, Florida, agents are now assistant county I,

Leslie Carol Pache Pallbearers were Coy Harris, has been graduated at SheppardAFB agents. Jerry Pitts is assistant I AIR FORCE CAREER

James Mack Pellicer Bill Tidwell, Louis Steflik, Tom Tex., from the training county agent in Holmes county. VACANCIES EXISTA

Edward Earl Schatz Lenssen, Pat O'Briene, and course for U. S. Air Force re Robert B. Whitty is assistant

Lewis John Smigielski Frank Waugh. frigeration specialists. county 'agent in Suwannee limited number of vacancies

Rufus Jerry Smith Craig Funeral Home of Bun Airman Brown, a graduate of County. still exist this month in

David Austin Spivey nell was in charge of arrange. Sherman High School in Seth, four Air Force Career field 'apti

John August Waterman ments. W. Va., is being assigned to Orlando BROTHER OF MRS.O. tude areas for qualified young

Ushers were Janlc Seale, AFB, Fla., for duty with men ages 17 to 27, according to

Kathy Emery, Linda McNab, I the Military Airlift Command.The D. ROBERTSON the Daytona Beach Air Force Re-

and Linda Knight. airman attended Daytona cruiting office.

MARTICOS 'Beach Junior College. PASSES AWAY Some 11 slots are open in the

BUYS DIXIANA Arthur Mercer of Lumber City, general, administrative, me
REV. AND MRS. CARD OF THANKS Georgia, brother of Mrs. O. D. chanical and electronics areas.

TAYLOR ATTEND RESTAURANTMickey We are sincerely grateful to Robertson of Bimini, passed Young men interested in seek.

and Nellie Martlcos friends and neighbors for their away May 20 following a long ing these high level vacancies

CONFERENCE have purchased the Dixiana many kind expressions of sympathy illness. Mr. Mercer had visited should keep In mind that at this

Rev. and Mrs. Oliver F. Taylor Restaurant from Mr. and Mrs. during pur sad bereave. here on many occasions and time there is no waiting list.

are In Lakeland this week Tom Diamond. They assumed ment. We want to thank everyone had friends here. He was 83 For further information on how

attending the Annual Methodist management on Monday of this for the wonderful tribute to years of age. you can obtain one of these slots

Conference which is In session week. our beloved husband and father. Going to Lumber City for the contact Sergeant Dick Maves at

there. Rev. Taylor is pastor of Mr. Diamond stated he was Mrs. Edna Farnsworth.Mrs. funeral were Mr. and Mrs. Cor- I the Daytona Beach Air Force Re
and Mr. and Mrs. cruiting Office, located at 620 N.
the First Methodist Church of selling the business and leas- Dale Pieger dell Robertson
Bunnell. Ing the building to the Martlcos. Mrs. Lynn Karcher Lloyd Robertson. Ridgewood Ave. or dial 2539671.


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FOR DAD there's up-to-the-minute local newsadvertisements to help her shop better for less I
views and on-the-spot reports of sporting events-
business and financial stories-hints on home re- FOR YOUNGSTERS there's a wealth of informa-
pairs, etc.! tion on current events-school news-cartoons I

, FOR MOM there are reports of local social activi'Vhere else can you find so much entertainment,and
'ties-club news-ideas on food, homemaking and education, for such a small priceto please every
child care-and, of course, there are dozens of member of the family I
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Is Your Home I I creatures. I
with the
| entomologist professor
Institute of Food and Quantity Rights I
"Termite Proof? tural Sciences, a few AgrlCUI-1 WE Reserved

I or termites within a DIVEJI E T T S ***
Foresters will defend the termite I not necessarily mean that the 'I PRICES GOOD
insects
as an Important scavengerof structure is infested. The
dead wood on forest floors. I may have entered from outdoors. Thurl., Fri., Sat.,
But ask the homeowner whose I But, If large numbers of either'I VALUE SUPER MARKET and Monday
house has been nibbled away.I flying ants or termites are found June 2, 3, 4
from within by termites and be: within a building, chances are I II and 6
prepared for a half hour out that the nest is associated with AMPS 103 SOUTH RAILROAD ST.
burst of anger over the destructiveness I the structure..Now is the time to I Tel. 437-3201
of these wood hungry i begin looking for possible infes- r
ttaions. I FLORIDA
1 GRADE "A"
I I Termites have infested many i
WANT ADSListings i supposedly "termite proof"
homes. Even though good construction I

under this heading are procedures may have,
3 cents been followed, Insects have gain-
a word each Insertion. I
75 cents is the minimum charge ed access in one way or another. FRYERS 29
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Naturally, wood in contact with
FOR RENT-Very nice apart
the soil Is an invitation to term
ment, unfurnished, east Moody I Lb
Blvd. Phone 437.3600 June 2 Itp ites.Very
I often only a portion of i
12 cubic foot Cold Spot refrigerator the building is infested. 5 lb. Bag. Family Pkg. Cut.up.$1.79 Limit 2 Please
$50; 2-door G. E. swing tion of the understructure Inspec'l
out shelf refrigerator, $95.00. ', building usually will Flavor
Jerry's Furniture & Appliances, termite shelter tubes extending Aged
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2 miles south of Korona, Old' from the soil over the inedible
Dixie Highway. Phone 437.37521 concrete or brick foundation up CHUCK STEAK. 57

to the woodwork. ......... ... .........._.._..._... ............... .

FOR SALE 6 ROOMS--3 bed- Each termite infested structure Lean Boston Butt

rooms, screen porches, with I presents its own individual
furniture, garage, six lots, located problems. Soil filled porches, PORK ROASl. 57

on Deen Road. Mrs. Bernice steps, and terraces require special ................. '" ....._..................Ib.
Rucinski, Rt. 1, Box 2, Bun- I treatment to stop insects
nell. June 2, 3tc from entering the woorwork. Florida Grade "A"

BIG! AKC Reg. German Shep Thirteen species of termites' STEWING HENS. 25

herds, born March 14 and 21. Direct are known to Florida and these 'I .......................... ........._...............Ib.
into
descendents of Rin Tin Tin may be grouped three gen.
of T. V. fame and German Im eral types: subterranean, dry. Lean JuicyALL
ports. Silver or black and tan, wood, and dampwood termites.
$75 to $125. Terms available. SEAT TAI 67
Subterranean termites are the
Free delivery. George J. Nickel, most common and their nests ................................................lb.
629 Goodwin Ave., New Smyrna I
are usually located beneath the
Beach. Phone 427.1788 after 5
soil where they obtain their
p. m. or weekends. June 2, 4tc moisture. Feeding tubes extend World' Beat Ground Capital (Smoked)

WANTED furnished Beach upward from the soil. Their presence .
House at Flagler Beach for the is confirmed by droplets of BEEF 2 lb. 99 SAUSAGE lb. 49
month of July. Phone Palatka excrement.
325-3944 or write Mrs. B. T. Til- Furniture termies are of the
ton, Box 398, San Mateo, Florida. dry-wood type and are most
Lucky Leaf ((25 Glaaa)
May 26 tf. commonly found in southern Folger's I (Reg. or Drip) oz. Kraft MIRACLE
Florida. But other species of dry- APPLE
FOR RENT-Furnished 1-bedroom -
wood termites occur throughout
apartment @ $40.00 per Florida. Frequently their excrement COFFEE WHIP
month. Furnished 2-bedroom is pushed out of infested
apartment @ $45.00 per month. I woorkwork. The excrement consists Ib. SAUCE Qt. 0
Inquire at 1723 So. Central Ave of small, hard dry pellets Tin 48 Jars 48
nue, Flagler Beach. May 26, 4tp. which are pushed from the infested .

LIKE TO FISH?-Come to Pelll- woodwork and may accumulate Limit ((1)) with $5.00 or 4 Jars $100 Limit ((1) with $5.00 or
cer Fish Camp. Boats, bait, tackle on the floor or whereverthe more food order more food order

camping and picnic area. infestation is present.
Under new management. Rich The third kind of termite In
ard and Wilda. 4-28-tf I Florida, the dampwood termite, Everfreah CABIN HOME
.I is confined mainly to southeast Hershey's
SINGER sewing machines. New,I. Florida along the coast. Twin Pkg. POTATO (Plain or S. R.)
used, repairs. Call Bob French, Poisoning of the soil offers the SUGAR
253.4541 Daytona collect. least expensive means of con
trolling infestations of subterranean CHIPS MEAL
FOR SALE LEASE, OR RENT- termites. 5 lb.
2-bedroom Florida room, and Bag .38p
Probably the two most effective Pkg.
carport beach house unfurnished. .
insecticides for termite control 49 5 lb.
Hurricane fence encloses are benzene hexachlorideBHC Limit ((1)) with $5.00 or
back yard. Call 4373472. 2-10-tf more food order Bag 35
( ) and chlordane.An
COX's UPHOLSTERY, Bunnell, inspection should be madeof Limit ((1)) Please

Fla Hwy. 11, will pick up and treated areas about a month
deliver all furniture free. For after application and at least Jim Dandy
sample material and prices on once each year ,thereafter.Dr. Shurfine Tall Shurfine
labor call 4373673. 7.1.U Hetrick points out that CANNED QUICK (Plain or S. R.)
termites seldom infest a homeso
SEPTIC TANK Cleaning; drain severely that the building MILK GRITS FLOUR
fields installed; Rota-Roter snail collapses, but early detection as
shell. Reasonable prices. Call prevention measures are Inval .
George Jarosz, 437.3410 8-1-tf uable. 5 lb.
7 Cans 98 Bag 47
Anyone building a new home Bag 35
JOHNSTON'SFLAGLER should insist upon lumber thatIs Limit 7 Please No Limit
chemically treated so that
BEACH REALTY CO.
termites will not have a chance
LOTS, HOMES, OCEAN FRONT,
WATER ACREAGE FRONT, FARMS, I to gain help a foothold.For in cvontrolling. serious Dairy Produce Frozen Foods

infestations, Dr. Hetrick Fresh Crisp
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See us for your real estate seeds IOn
:suggests contacting a licensed Celery Stalk
Office Phone HE 9.2242 Pillabury's Morton's Meat '
Residence Phones ID 7.3691 ''pest control agency. Or, check BISCUITS, Ea ge Fresh Vine Ripe Pies, 4 For 75.ft..
with agriculturalagent.
your county
or U> 7-3517 Tomatoes, 2 lbs 25 cr

Kraft 32 Oz Green Big Scoop
Orange Juice, Qt 35Fre.h., Bunch 10d Ice Milk, l/a Gal 4ge
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BROWN & BROWN INC. 50 FREE SO FREE ::100 FREE

I INSURANCEOUR TOP VALUE STAMPS TOP VALUE STAMPS TOP VALUE STAMPS

With purchase of With purchase of With purchase of

(1)) Canned Ham, 3 Iba or More Chuck ((2)) Pan Ready Cutup
" PHONE NUMBER IS All Sizes Rout Fryers

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AWARDS PRESENTED AT THE' PROGRAM FLgGI.FR BEACH

I eaci FLAGLER SCHOOL BEACH GRADUATION ELEMENTARY I Flagler Beach Elementary ELEMENTARY SCHOOL STAFF

5.lagle,. (. : L Perfect Attendance Processional School Graduation Principal, William& Sixth E. Grade Fennell Teacher, Jr.

I A (For One Year) Welcomeby Fifth Grade Teacher

HAWAIIAN LUAU ENJOYING A 1stVicki Lynn Davis Mary Anne Kurtz Mrs. Jennie M. Newell

I FAMILY REUNION I Special Welcome To: Fourth Grade'Teacher
ENJOYED Michael James Kurtz Mrs. Ruth G.
Jr. Somerfeldt
Mr. Coy G. Harris, ,
According to Mrs. V. W. Mrs. W. J. Hevner and daugh-1 3rdSteven Superintendent of Public Third Grade Teacher
\ Alfred Arnold
Haines, Ways and Means er, Debra, of Langhorn, Pa., ar Instruction (and other guests) Mrs. Wilma Brock
Chairman of the Flagler Wom rived this week for a vacation William Daniel Holly The Boy Washingtonby Second Grade Teacher

an's Club the Hawaiian Luau with Mr. Hevner at Flagler Teresa Nancy Kurtz Bobby Missinne Mrs. Suzanne Bourne

held at the Club last week was Beach. Mr. Hevner is employedwith 5th Watch, Americaby First Grade Teacher

truly a land of enchantment for the H. L. Yoh Companyand Rosemary Ellen Bross Charlotte Dodimead Mrs. Dorothy Yelvington

II 14 Club members and 19 invited is presently located here in Thomas Patrick Carmody Whenever I Say "America"by SecretaryMrs.
Robert Allan Krutz
guests. They were seated on the connection with the tax equalization Sue Ellen Seale Betty Johnson;
floor around a low table loaded appraisals in the county. Phillip Raymond Martel Books School Aide

with festive foods and surround. This is the first time the family Connie McDaniel by Patty Meekins Mrs. Mary Ann Meekins

ed with palm fronds, bright col. have been together In a year. 6thMichael Carter Rawlins, Jr. Presentation of Special Awards Cafeteria ManagerMrs.

ored flowers, fish nets and sea and Diplomasby Bob Schatz
Sue Ellen
SealeB
shells in abundance as hula The Arts and Crafts Class held Cafeteria Helper
W. E. Fennell, Jr.,
(For Two Years)
dancer performed in rythmetic each Monday at the Flagler Principal Mrs. Audrey Waterman
splendor. Many thanks go to Beach Manor, AlA, will suspend j i 15th CustodianMr.
i Presentation of Band Awardsby
j Deborah Louise Meekins
Mrs. E. P. Fleurie, Mrs. Charles meetings for the month of June. Howard N. Carson, Band Kenneth WhitneyIS
Sindelar and Mrs. Gene Hart for The next meeting will be on 6thPatricia Director

their help in making it a sue. Monday, July 11 Special Presentationby
(For Four Years) Medal and IT COLLEGE OR
cess. Cert. Mrs. Robert McDaniel,

Following the Luau a games BILLY E. MURPHY GETS I 6th President Flagler BeachP. CAREER? ASKS THEU.

party was held with highest John BurnsII. T. A.

score winner being the newestWoman's UNIT COMMENDATION I Good Augustus Citizenship A special presentation by Mrs. S. AIR FORCEIf
Club member, Mrs. E.
RIBBON AT MIAMI I (Blue Ribbons, pin on child) Laura McDaniel was a gift for your high school years are
W. Schmidt. Everyone present
I Betty Johnson as publicity about to end
do
you know whatyou're
received a prize from the remain.thick. Coast Guard Lieutenant Billy I 3rdCheryl Hoskins chairman and school secretary going to do with the next
with the
ly laden table E. Murphy, son of Mr. and Mrs. Patricia for six years. few ? It
for the Mary ReynoldsJon years it college? Or is
used
ing prizes to be Hobert Murphy AlA Motel, I Alan Wilder4th An engraved plaque was pre. it a career?

weekly games scheduled for the Flagler Beach, Florida, was presented sented to Principal William Fen. Whatever your choice, you
summer. with the Commendation nell Jr. for his ten
Michael John Abbott years as should check
the advantages of
The first one will be held tonight Ribbon while serving at the principal. He was also
at Patricia Lynnette Bennett presented a future with the United States
(Thursday) beginning Coast Guard Station, Miami, Jacqulyn Robinson a certificate of appreciationfor Air Force.
7:30 m. The public is invited I
p. his
Florida. ten devoted
!5th years as See
local Air
your Force Recruiter
and Mrs. Haines urges support Rear Admiral I. J. Stephens, Connie McDaniel principal of the Flagler Beach
Sergeant Dick Maves,
to
members and friends
from commander of the Seventh Elementary School. This
Deborah Louise Meekins was located at 620 N. Ridgewood
make this venture a success, not Coast Guard District made the from Supt. Coy Harris.
James Tracey .Prevatt Ave.
but that the Daytona Beach, or call
only financially,
him for his
presentation, citing
6th 253.9671, and find out if you can
will to
and old mingle
young part in assisting and coordinating Charlotte Louise Dodimead GRADUATING CLASS OF 1966
qualify to become a member of
will
choice of
gether. A games
Cuban the Augustus John Burns
refugees during
I Sue Ellen Seale the Aerospace Team-and proud.I .
be available and refreshments Coast Guard's operation Cuban Stella Louise WeaverIII. Charlotte Louise Dodimead i I
ly wear the Air Force Blue.
small do.
will be served for the
Exodus. I Safety Patrol Awards Ernest Wayne Hutcheson
nations asked.COMMUNITY The Air station logged in over (Ca ot.) Steven Mark Jelinek

1200 flight hours and was In. Charlotte Louise DodimeadLt. Mary Anne Kurtz

MEMORIAL I volved in 85 assistance cases ( .) Terry Martin McNitt OPEN FOR

CHURCH during the operation. The commendation David Leroy Miller Patricia Lee Meekins BUSINESSOceanside

Rev. R. W. Dickert will beI stated that, "The Patricia Lee Meekins David LeRoy Miller

back from a two week vacation I I I fact that approximately 3,000 Michael Carter Rawlins, Jr. Laura Virginia Miller I

to bring the morning messageat refugees arrived safely at Key Sue Ellen Seale Robert John Missinne

the Community Memorial West during this five-week per Stella Louise WeaverIV. Judith Catherine Owen

Church next Sunday beginningat iod with no known loss of life, Band AwardsBy Mary Katherine Peavey.

11 o'clock. He and Mrs. Dick. is a tribute to the perserverance Mr Howard Carson Michael Carter Rawlins, Jr.

ert attended the Southern Bap. ingenuity, and unwavering de. Dan Miecell RobersonSue Restaurant

tist Convention in Detroit, Michigan votion to duty of all personnelof 4thCraig Wilder Ellen Seale

and also visited in several the
states with relatives and friends. Reynolds Edward Lee Strickland
I eggy 1 Mile South of Pier on
Sunday School convenes at Elizabeth Carson Stella Louise Weaver

9:45: with classes for all ages. CHUCK MESSINNE I AlA .

The Junior and Intermediate 5thTracey Prevatt USHERETTES: *

Sunday School pupils enjoyel a NOW HOLDS MASTER John Kurtz Connie McDaniel

beach party last Saturday eve BARBER LICENSEChuck Kevin Crouch Theresa Arnold Minnie Jelinek

ning under the direction of Ralph Abraham6th Sharon Spivey Proprietor
I
Chuck Cummins. Messlnne of Flagler j Debbie Meekins

Beach Is now a licensed Master Wayne Hutcheson I Phone 439.9243

ARTS AND CRAFT Barber. He recently took the Mary Anne Kurtz SuperintendentMr. -
CLASSES TO HAVE test with the Florida State Bobby Missinne Coy G. Harris *

LUNCHEON JUNE 7th Board in Orlando.Mr. Dan RobersonSue SupervisorMr. Complete Line of
Messinne underwent Ellen Seale Walter Morris
Members of the Arts and surgery at the local hospital last I Stella WeaverV. PrincipalMr.- SANDWICHES

Crafts Classes of Flagler Beach week for injury on the neck Certificates of Award W. E. Fennell, Jr.
and Holly Hill will have a I SHORT ORDERS
ceived in an automobile re'l I ((5 times on Honor Roll) Band DirectorMr. -
luncheon at the Bali RestaurantIn recently. Howard N. Carson PIES CAKES

Ormond Beach Tuesday, June I 4thCherri Delaine Hanna Pianist-

7 at 11:30: a. m. FLAGLER BEACH Rodney Alfred Law Mrs. Lou Hall Freeze King Custard
Members who wish to attend
Graduation ChairmanMrs.
Pamala Jean ThomasVI. -
may contact Mrs. Elsie Whiteat MAYOR PROCLAIMS Honor Student Pins Florence Seale ICE CREAM

phone 4392350. CLEAN-UP CAMPAIGNJune ((6 times on Honor Roll Decoration Chairman BEVERAGESigiiaaiajaiBiaHai

3rd Mrs. Sara Martel

FLAGLER BEACH MYF 3.11 was set as "Clean. --- -- --- ....
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SPONSORING SCHOOLS up Paint up" week by MayorR. iBiOURFSIDE ma; .'''' I'II'IfiIm!:.* II.JlJIIaljJIJjRI] i u
Mary Patricia Reynolds4th
OUT PARTY SUNDAYThe L. McNab and Commissionersin

conjunction with East Flagler
Flagler Beach Methodist Elizabeth Helen Carson
Mosquito Control Board for Flag
Youth Fellowship Is sponsoringa Margaret Louise Reynolds
ler Beach from north to south
"Schools Out Party" Sunday Jacqulyn Robinson *J Flower
County lines and Westward to ShopAcross
night, June 5 at the Flagler
Old Kings Road. 5thRalph
Beach Methodist Church. The Abraham
All Individuals and local or from Pier, Flagler Beach
time is 6:30: to 8:30.A Thea Michele Hein
ganizations are urged to
join
en
picnic supper will be servedto Deborah Louise Meekins POTTED PLANTS
thusiastically In cooperationwith CORSAGES
Jack Davis Rawlins
those present.
their neighbors in this FUNERAL ARRANGEMENTS, ETC.

timely and worthy project. 6thSue
WOMENS SOCIETY OF 1 Ellen Seale Telephone 439.2114
CHRISTIAN SERVICE Lyman Gage, George Moody, i Stella Louise WeaverVII.
and Frank Brede are sponsoringa I
MEETS THURSDAYThe Scholastic Award Cup I
movie Friday evening at the
-Sue Ellen SealeRUggE .
Woman's Society of Recreation Room, City Hall at

Christian Service of the Flagler 7:30 p. m. to "kick off" this ad.

Beach Methodist Church will venture. Everyone Is invited to CRAIG FUNERAL HOMEA.

meet Thursday,' June 9, at the this public, civic meeting for en.
home of Mrs. Robert Hendersonat tertainment.Mr. s H. CRAIG. Funeral Director

11 a. m. Benson, Public Relations JOHN CAPO. ManagerAIR

This will be a luncheon meet. representative, from Jackson.

ing with members each bringinga ville State Board of Health will LADYATTENDANT OXYGEN

covered dish. narrate color slides and movie CONDITIONEDCHAPEL I I EQUIPPED

Mrs. William Chlmky will as entitled "It must be /the neigh. AMBULANCES

sist the hostess. Mrs. Keith bors," Friday evening, June 3 I

Lovell will lead the devotion at Recreation Room, City Hall, Phone ID 7-3532
The Tribune I
and will be assisted by Mrs. Flagler Beach. Everyone is urge Flagler I 201 E. MOODY BLVD. BUNNELL FLORIDA
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Out of town guests includedMr.
PATTERSON BRIDE OF and Mrs. Bellemare, David PICNICS lb. 39Azalea

PIERRE BELLEMAREMiss Bellemare, and Sylvia Lessard ,
of Bradenton; Robert Patterson,
: Roberta Jean Patterson Mrs. Selma Patterson, Bunnell;
Azalea PURE 2% lb. Jar
became the bride of Pierre Mr. and Mrs. George Moody Jr.,
Bellemare on May 7, 1966 in a and Gary Watson of Flagler LARD 4ge DIXIE CRYSTAL
Nuptial Mass at Our Lady oi Beach.
Beach. Father SUGAR
Lourdes Daytona Miracle Whip Qt. Jar
Donnelly officiated.The DEENNA MARIE LERCH
bride is the daughter ol Mr| and Mrs. Richard Lerchof SALAD DRESSING> 57C 5 gag 37*
Robert H. Patterson of Bunnell Korona announce the arrivalof
I She is the grand daughter ol a seven pound 10 ounce Swift's 24 oz. Can Limit 1 with $5.00 or more food order
Mrs. Selma Patterson also ol daughter born May 27, Glendale Ea.
Bunnell. The bridegroom is the Hospital, Palatka. She has been BEEF STEW 4ge
son of Mr. and Mrs. Robert Belle given the name of Deenna Royal 46 oz. Cano
mare of Bradenton, Florida. Marie. PINEAPPLE $ OO3c
The bride was given in mar The paternal grandparentsare LIPTON'S JUICE 3 J
riage by her father. Serving 'asher Mr. and Mrs. Howard Lerchof
bridesmaid was Miss Jen- Flagler Beach. The maternal DAIRY SPECIAL -
TEA BAGS
ette Givens of Daytona Beach grand parents are Mr. and Mrs.
Mr. Bellemare had as his best Leon Jones of Korona. lb SolidiOLEO

man, his father. I BOX 3ge "".
Following the ceremony a reception Guests of Mrs. Walter Knight Z 390
was given at the cou the weekend were
pIe's residence, 226 South Coates Mr.during and Mrs.past Fred McKenzie of Limit 1 with $5.00 or more food order FROZEN 1 FOODS _

Street, Daytona Beach. They;. Pomona Park. While here they
spent a short honeymoon touring attended the Bunnell High Winter Garden 8 oz. Pkg.
points of interest in Flor FRESH PRODUCE For
School Commencement cere
MEAT PIES 6 $100Fresh
ida.Mrs. mony. Their niece, Fern Allen, LocalCABBAGE
Bellemare is employed by; was a member of the graduating
Hunnicutt & Associates as ;a class. lb.
Routing Clerk in Daytona Beach
Mr. Bellemare is Assistant Man Rev. and Mrs. Oliver F. Taylor Vine Ripe CHEER
ager of the Cinema Theatre in and family have as their guests .
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her parents, Mr. and Mrs. J. T. TOMATOES 2" 29c GIANT
West of Miami. 48e
CALL Fresh SIZE

437-3669 Mrs. Ray Carle and son Glenn Ears Limit 1 with $5.00 or more food order
Carle spent the past weekend in CORN 6 29C
Titusville with Mr. Carle who is
employed there. They also madea v-.
Martin trip to Ft. Lauderdale duringthe
weekend for a visit with
friends.J. 50 100 50with 4


HardingFOR B. High Jr., of WashingtonD.
C., is spending a few days coupon & purchase, with coupon & purchase with coupon & purchaseof

here with his mother, Mrs. Vir of ((1)) BROOM of (1)) Bottle INFINITE ((1)) any size can
103 North Pine
ginia High
SPRAY CLEANER RAID SPRAY
street. He will also be on a bus. or MOP
LIGHT DOZIER ines trip to Miami before returning Coupon Void After Coupon Void After Coupon void after
to Washington. Monday, June 6, 1966 Monday, June 6, 1966 Monday, June 6, 1966
WORK "'- -""
A. C. Rodgers is a patient in
the Medical Teaching Hospitalin
SHELL Gainesville for medical
treatment and surgery.

CEMENT ROCK Malcom Johnson has been a
patient in the Medical Teaching
Hospital In Gainesville duringthe
FILL DIRT past two weeks. He Is re HI
ported to be showing some
slight improvement during the
TOP SOIL past few days. Phone 437-3227

Mr. and Mrs. Curtis Rodgers OPEN SUNDAYS U.S. No.1 BUNNELL
MANURE Wednesday In Gainesville 8:00 a.m.-l tOO p.m.
COW spent Continued To Page 8 Quantity Rights Reserved Prices Good June 2, 3, 4, 5, and 6, 1966

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Mechanical- Citrus I I and a'high velocity oscillating then removed together to forma I gives a manpower ratio of 2.5 to harvested by shaking without
I II I air-blast machine. "row seal. 1, so that four men can do the I removing some of' this young
Both projects are,being workedon "The shakers are attached to work of 10 pickers," Coppock: fruit and reducing later yields.
Harvester May I by engineers with Florida's a tree limb from opposite sidesat
i Agricultural Experiment Stationsas a 45 degree angle to the direction -I said.He explained that althoughthe
I Answer Problem I I Lake Alfred, the Florida Cit of travel," said Coppock. system hasn't been fully tIIhr 1JUugltr SJribunr
Picking nearly 150 million rus Commission (FCC), and According to the engineer, the evaluated, it's felt that there
boxes of citrus annually Is a USDA. system's performance is "ap would not be any serious prob- ; DUNNELL, FLORIDAMRS.
I huge job In Itself. But trying to I I The boom-type' tree shaker, ac- proaching a point of acceptance" lem on early and mid-season I M. B. FULLER.
do It without enough labor cording to G. E. Coppock, associate In harvesting early and mid- fruit regarding the shaking ac- Editor
could turn Into a crisis. I agricultural engineer at season oranges and grapefruit tion on the tree's vigor and future I Designated newspaper for all
1 Because of this threatening I II the Citrus Experiment, Lake for cannery use. The best per- ylel s. I Le..' Advertising
Florida agricultural Alfred consists of two catching I I formances to date have been Late season trees, mainly Valencia
.engineers problem are going all out to I frames, each equipped with an i,with high-yielding groves on have next year's crop orf Entered February a*6,second lilt, at data the matter poet-
I develop a mechanical citrus I inertia-type tree shaker. j Ii I(I fairly fiat lands. the tree at harvest time In the Act office of at March Bunnell I,,1871O Florida under
harvester. i The two frames are pulled by I Over 85 percent fruit removal form of small Immature fruit.
Topping the list are two I a tractor under a tree on Apposite 'has been obtained at a harvest Coppock said "it's questionable" .e year ..--. ..$5.54
" Ideas-a boom-tpye tree shaker sides of the trunk. They're I!rate of 12 trees an hour. "This whether the mature fruit can be Six! month. ---tl.3t' I

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I of additional patients seeking foliage plants : regardless of moisture inside the pot uniform ...
attention? care-If they stick to Aglaonema, and keeps the plant roots cooler. i PETERSON
Too Late Nursing shortage has reacheda Aspidistra, Bromeliada Dracaena You might consider the out.ot.j TEXACO
point where over 100,000 Jobs Monstera Pandanus, pepero- door idea for plants your SERVICE
To Classify remain unfilled because we do I mla or Sanservlerla. vacation and ask a neighbor to ROAD SERVICE
not have people qualified to fill These and other "cast Iron" water the plants if the rain I Light Mechanic Work
MT Russell Eat I them. Good medical technicians ornamentals will withstand a- showers are not at the proper I Phone 437.3441saDD.n

I are equally hard to find. Present buse, low light intensity, warm intervals while you are away. I
A recent stated II
news dispatch training facilities are far inadequate and cold rooms. I II
that doctors and hospital officials to give much relief for a
Some of the that
bugs
gnawor I
are very much concerned over number of if O. F. ALPORD
years even we expand suck the life from leaves of
the advent of Medicare.And I our training program now. foliage plants are red spider : I Registered

well they may be for all Congress might provide oldsters mites, thrips, whiteflies, mealy 56OTs I Real Estate Broker
indications point to Insurmountable with free vacations and
present bugs, scales and aphids. In general I 001 G M(
problems they passes on planes, trains and malathion spray at ten-day I II Bunnell. FloridaHASTINGS
must face when the program I buses but, if there are no seats intervals will stop an insect at I

swings into effect on July 1. I and no facilities available what tack. 1 I FV .

It Is one thing to legislate would be the advantage? Some diseases to look for are TRY AyG MATTRESS

medical care for the aged but stem and crown rots, leaf spots, I I& UPHOLSTRY WORKS
quite another to provide it and powdery mildew and blight.
this is a fact that legislatorshave The best treatment for stem 710-12 Lemon St.
In FloridaBy
Gardening
seemingly ignored in their and crown rots is to cut away Palatka, Florida
frantic efforts to please the na ( Kerrey Sharp) all the mushy tissue and then I Phone EA 5.9166
tion's senior citizens. spray with a copper fungicide.The Furnltu-.. Upholstering
Like people, plants are sub Repaired & Refinished
Surveys indicate that many ject to many accidents in the leaf spot Is usually halted RE R16NT Mattresses & Box Springs
aged have delayed operations' home. by removing the infected leavesas LOOSE 6Ltt ',ryy u5ETNE Made 10 Order. Also Renovated

and needed hospitalization t Take the case of the scalded soon as they appear. _Nom 5J Call Laura Morris 437-3233
awaiting Medicare, assumingthat 1 rubber plants. This strange disease Mildews are controlled by After 6:00 P. M.
it becomes effective dusting the plants with sulphur. PRICES REASONABLE.
as soon as was eradicated in one
Blight has no practical cure. It's BUDGET PLAN IF NEEDED.
to the 1 1nwc
they can gallop home by removing the plants !
best to burn an ailing plant before Just as near as your
nearest hospital and receive the I' from the Florida room before Phone or Post Office
the disease to other
service they require without I certain callers visited. spreads Drop Us A Card or Call
question or delay. This kept non-imbibers from plants.If I f ors i Free Pick-up & Delivery
the county agriculturalagent ECONOMIcAh --- -.- -
Many of the 19 million oldsters I dousing the ornamentals with -- -

are In for a terrible let down I II'm unwanted cocktails. Alcohol plant is not disease handy, mail to help a branchof witha I,.,--t-.-.-ivI--.I-.-iI-.I-.InI- --.-IIIOIOIOI-- -----.-..-.-..-......-.-.-.-.-..-..-..-.-..-.-...-..-.-..-..-...-.-..-..-..-..--..-.-
afraid. Proper care requires toxicity is, not a common disease I.
facilities, doctors, nurses,]II of Dr. Howard the sick plant to the Plant
proper plants, says : I
technicians, hospital beds and I Miller, plant pathologist with Pathology Department, Agricultural ::|: HART REFRIGERATION :
Eperiment Station, Gaines *
for the most part these are not ; the University of Florida Agricultural >
ville, and of the doctors
one plant
available nor will they be for I Experiment Stations.But 2I
several years, even if we start here are a few of his will give you a prompt an ;] ANDELECTRIC

now to provide them. hints on diagnosing other house swer.
When the first avalanche of plant troubles: Many house plants like to be I: SERVICE :::
set out of doors during warm,
patients shows up at their doc If you discover a plant with
days. Of course, don't
tors expecting to receive immediate burned leaf tips or brown mar sunny I
tender in full
place plants sun
attention many thousandsface gins, then lighten up on the unless ,they are hardened first. >; Bunnell, Fla. Box 253-A,' Rl :J:
keen disappointment. They fertilizer. Or it could mean that : :
Plunging the pots into the I :;! Phone 437-3698 vti&yyxiyyyyyxiiy
will find that there are no beds you were stingy with the water, '
soil to top rim depth keeps the '4
available, for prior to medicareour or the damage was caused by :::: ::: : : : :::: : : : :!.:.::.:::.:.:::.:.::.:::.:::.:::.:.::.:.::.:::.:::.:::.:::.:::.:::.:.:.:.:.:.:.::.:::.::.::.:::.::.::.:.
hospitals have been caringfor chilling winds from the air con -- ---

patients in halls, nursing I ditioner.
service Inadequate and doctors Yellowing and dropping of For thatWONDERFUL I
working overtime in an effort to leaves is a signal of gas fumes,
meet normal needs.Dr. overwatering, poor drainage' or
James Z. Appel, presidentof poor areation. Small leaves indicate FEELING
the American Medical Associa- too little water and fertilizer .> ,._
tion told a meeting of the American or the plant is existingIn '

Society of Internal Medicine tight or heavy soil. year round...
recently that physiciansare Weak growth or light greenor
worried about what will yellow foliage may mean lack
happen when the public finds of fertilizer, root rot, poor root
out that everything isn't free in system or that the plant is
Medicare. The medical profession growing in too intense light.A .
expects dissatisfactionamong house plant that Is yellow- ka k-
when they find that they must exposed to excessive heat or ;
pay the first $40 of hospital expense has a root injury. Plants with
and for prescriptions, long small leaves and long nternodes $ : I

term custodial care, nursing and small leaves and long inter-
other medical expense.A nodes indicate too light or too
doctor may request a hospital hot a temperature.
bed but if none is available Actually, most healthy house
the patient can only wait.If plants need very little care. The
illness requires a registerednurse greatest blight of these plantsIs ; : j"
day and night and no from coddling by eager beav >" "

nurses are available there is .I Iv :
nothing anyone can do aboutit. ers.A once a week watering-and ( ,,4t
a miserly amount of fertilizer .
The present shortage of every month or so-keeps most I
nurses, doctors and techniciansis plants happy. Cold water is ta
so acute that many communities boo. It shocks plants as badlyas
today are unable to meet ice water on an exposed

the need. What will happen tooth. v
when Medicare brings hundreds Neophyte gardeners can grow
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Methodist HORSE SHORT COUP.SE gests further consideration of REQUEST FOR BIDS '
How To Pick Bunnell
SET FOR JUNE 10-11 the subject. Sealed bids will be received In

The Fourth Annual Light If It should prove to be economical theoffice of the City Clerk of the
Church City of Bunnell, Florida, in the
A Swimsuit
Horse Short Course will be held enough, growers in Civic Center Building until 8:00p.

Livestock Florida could aluminum rn. on the 6th day of June. A. D.
at he Cecil M. Webb use
S.top, look, and listen beforeyou Rev Oliver F. Taylor. Pastor 1966 for one (1) new 250 amp welder
Pavilion, University of Florida, foil along the ground "by the (welding machine) with the>>
buy that new swimsuit. The Action Generation : following specifications:
Gainesville June 1011. Sponsored acre.
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Before you purchase a bathingsuit Today Is a time of great ac I Current range 20-300 amps.
other item considerthe by the Agricultural Extension 110 volts aux. rower outlet D. C.
or 'any tivity. We find ourselves surrounded Service in cooperationwith I 4 cylinder water cooled engine

cost, style, workmanship, and by many machines and DAIRY REPORT with electric: starter. .

fiber content, says Miss Dlcken- !the Animal Science Department I Dairymen run big herds in Piston displacement 130 In min.
do
gadgets that let us more activity
nutrition The City Commissioners
topics on reserve*
son, clothing and textile special in a lifetime. Apparentlywe Florida, where the grass grows the right to reject any and all bids

ist, Florida Agricultural Extension breeding, diseases, care of young the year around on grazing and to accept the bid that In Us
of the
enjoy being a part foals and horses, care of feet, judgment will be for the best In-
Service.If action generation. Activity denotes lands. Expenses run $84,400,000per trest of the City of Bunnell, Flor-

you're a good swimmer or it is purchasing, internal parasites, year for the state's 188,000 ida.WITNESS
life and vitality, and hauling and skin disorders will my hand and official
water skier, pick a swimsuit not vain for the individual to dairy cattle, including $45 million seal this 24th day of May A. D.
be .
with wide shoulder straps. If want activity because activity presented.In spent for feed, $12.1 millionfor 1966.
addition several talks on 1 /S/ C. B.
Elsenbach. Mayor
you go in just for sunbathing or produces pleasure and a sense and classes hired labor, $2.3 millionfor City of Bunnell, Florida
racing performance
splashing, two-piece styles are However the fertilizer, seed and lime, ATTESTS :
of well
being. will be given. These include / / Mrs. Nancy C. Rodgers City
in order. life is the I and $25 million for other ex Clerk. May
worth of a judged by trainnlg for the race track and 26 June 22tcIN

To check fo; workmanship, type and kind of activity of the tor halter and performance penses.NOTICE. TUB CIRCUIT COURT OF

of the suit kind is -- FLAGLER COUNTY, FLORIDA
notice the cut individual. The Christian classes, preparing for 'the show OK MORTGAGEI'ORECI.O'eI1ItE IN CHANCR11Y. GUS

of weave seams, built-in foun confronted ,by Christ who demands MALE UV CLKKK Antoinette Newton Holderness.
ring, showing at halter, type i! Notice Is hereby given_ pursuant Flafntlff
dation, closures, trim and over. I that' all activity be the standards of Arabian Horses, I I to a SUMMARY C fEM OF vs. r
FORECLOSURE dated Wayne George Holderness.
all appearance.As product or by-product of Christian -
western pleasure, English pleasure 1966, and entered In Chancery Case Defendant.

for fabric, wools give excellent principles. Christ expectsmore ; and the working stock Number 5228 of the Circuit Courtof NOTICE TO DEFEND
the Seventh Judicial Circuit In THE STATE OF FLORIDA. TO
wear and hold their than just good thoughts horse. and for Flagler County, Florida, Wayne George Holderness :

shape well, either wet or dry. of those who have become Noted authorities on horses wherein and C.CARL M. MILLER BHATCHER, la I'lalntiff and 91 Rochester Hartsdale, New Road York.

Cool cottons wear well and are united in him. Therefore, all from Virginia Texas Florida CHARLOTTE R. BRATCHEH. husband You are hereby notified that a
,
and wife and CITIES SERV- suit has been flIed against In
good for sunbathing. But watch Christians are under a compulsion and the University of Florida ICE OIL COMPANY a Delaware the above entitled cause and you youare

out for mildew if they are not to do as well to believe. will be on hand to present this Corporation sell to the highest are defendants and best I bid will hereby with the required Clerk to of Ale this yor Court answer

properly cared for. I "But be doers of the word, and outstanding of subjects. der for cash at the front door of and to serve a copy thereof upon
array County, Courthouse In the plaintiff or plaintiffs
For a close fit, spandex has not hearers only." James 1:22.: Registration begins at 8:00: a. Wnlltglela County, Florida, whose name and address attorney.Is:
at 11:00 o'clock A. M.. on the 17th FRANK D. UPCUURCH. JR.
the necessary stretch and is m. Friday, June 10, with pre day of June 1966 the following 600 Exchange Bank Building;

strong and light-weight. It resists sentations following. June 11 described property as set forth In St. Augustine Florida
said Summary Decree, to-wlt: not later than June 11th, A. D. 1966.
perspiration, cosmetic oils talks start at 9:00: a. m. LOTS 3, 4 5tJW. 11 and 7BLOCK If you fall to do to, decree pro
57, OF DU- confesso will be entered
againstyou
and lotions. Acrylics are light For further information on PONT. FLAGLER COUNTY for the relief demanded in the

weight, warm and sometimesfeel Page. specific times of the above top FLORIDA II bill of complaint. The nature of
Dated this 31st day of Slay 1966.E. said suit being for divorce.
clammy. They dry quicklyand (Continued from 5) ics, call your County Agent. A. SMYTH WITNESS my hand and seal of
are resistant to damage by Clerk of said Court said Court this 10th day of May
visitng with their father, A. C. By Julia R. Harvey A. D. 1966.Official .
sunlight, moisture, and moths. Deputy Clerk ( Clerk: o1f'st.d SMYTHE
wrinkle-resis Rodgers who is in the hospital June 2-Itc Circuit Court
Polyesters are there. Aphid Control I By Julia R. Harvey

tant, strong and may take on I : IN TilE CIRCUIT COURT OF Deputy Clerk.
May 12-19-26 & June
FLAGLKR COUNTY. FLORIDA. 2-4to
the appearance of wool, silk or Without Use Of CHANCERY: No. S263.
cotton. Wash alone sinceit Harry Robert (Bebe) Moody is : HARRY C. DE GROOT IN TUB CIRCUIT COURT SEV
nylon Plaintiff ENTH: JUDICIAL CIRCUIT IN'
on a 20 day leave here with reII -
takes on the color and soil VII. AND FOR FLAGLER COUNTY.
i atives. He is stationed in Nor Insecticides? BETTY DE' GROOT FLORIDA. IN CHANCERY NO.
of other fabrics. 32N6
11IV. A

Some examples of good blendsof I folk, Va., with the U. S. Navy. The use of shiny aluminum I AMENDED STATE Defendant NOTICE OF FLORIDA TO DE"'EXOTHE TO: Mary Lynn Hendrick Plaintiff

the above fabrics for swim. I foil may have possibilities as a BETTY DE OROOT. whose residence VI.
IN TRAININGAT and post office address are John Eugene Hendrtck Jr.,
suits are 50 percent polyesterwith means of repelling certain insects unknown.You Defendant.

50 percent acrylic or 75 per LACKLAND where insecticides have are hereby notified that a NOTICE TO DKKKND
IN THE NAME OF THE STATE OF
suit has been lied( against you In
cent polyester with 25 percent failed to do the job. the above entitled cause; and you FLORIDA.
Pat Barrow, son of Mr. and are hereby required to file your TO: John Eugene Hendrlck. Jr.
wool, says Miss Dickenson. Mrs. Claude Barrow of Bunnell, According to Dr. D. O. Wolfen- : answer with the Clerk of this Address Unknown.and place of residence

barger entomologist with the Court and to serve a copy thereof
i YOU ARE HEREBY NOTIFIED
left for Jacksonville
the
| Monday upon plaintiff or plaintiff's attorney -
University of Florida's Sub- I II whose name and address is: that a suit In equity- haa been
THANKS [ where he Joined the U. S. Air SAMUEL V. HOLCH brought against I you by Mary Lynn
Tropical Experiment Station Hendrlck, In the Circuit Court Seventh
Aunt Flossie Richardson wish Force. He will take his basic 110 North Third Street Judicial Circuit in and for
I aphids ( lice) spread viruses Palatka Florida
plant
ed to thank all the people whoso training in Lackland Air Force: and cannot be controlled not later than June 25th A. D.. are Flagler hereby County.summoned Florida ordered and you and

kindly have remembered her J Base. He was a member of the I 1966. required to file your written answer -
If fall to do decree
you so pro
effectively by conventional in or other defenses to the
with cards, letters, and calls. 1966 Bunnell High School Grad confesso will be entered againstyou plaint filed herein against you com In
secticides. for the relief demanded in the the above entitled In the of-
cause
They surely have meant so I uating Class.
Aphids transmit virus diseases bill of complaint. The nature of fice of the Clerk of the Circuit
very much to me. For all thisIs said suit being forDIVORCE i Court,a.lnata1a for Flagler County,
by inoculating the plants : office In the Court
nice but I miss all the Florida leads the nation in
a place, WITNESS my hand and seal of house Bunnell Florida on or before
dear people at home so much. marketing $20 million of sweet with the virus pathogens. As a said Court this 24th day of May, the 18th day of June. A. D.,
result, crops become unsalable. A. D. 1966.Official 19S6 and to serve a copy of such
Remember me in your pray corn annually, according to the ( Seal) answer or defenses upon Raymond,
Yellow squash turns green. Tomato E. A. SMYTHE Wilson Karl and Conway. plaintiffs
ers. Love to all. Florida Fruit and Vegetable As- Clerk of said Circuit Court attorneys herein whose address -
and
Aunt Flossie I sociation.NOTICE. papaya plants are By Julia It. Harvey, |I Is 501 North Grandvlew Avenue
I stunted and stop yielding. Deputy Clerk Daytona Beach Florida on
---- ----- May 26, and June 2, 9, 16 Itc or before said date as required by
Virus diseases have caused the laws Of Florida and the Florida .

losses IN TUB CIRCUIT COURT SEVENTH Rules of Civil Procedure.If you
heavy on agricultural
many
JUDICIAL CIRCUIT IN fall to do so, a decree pro confesso
crops in Florida over a AND FOR FLAGLKR COUNTY. will be entered against you for the
relief demanded In the complaint.
FLORIDA. IN: CHANCERY NO.
long period of time. Although (5229 You are further notified that the

insect response to color and RETTA MAE OUSLEY nature. of this suit Is for annul'ment.
Plaintiff
light rays has been known for The name of the court In which
RICHARD FRANK OUSLEY. I this suit has been Instituted Is Cir-
City of Bunnell dog licenses are due June 1, many years, serious considera Defendant. cuit Court. Seventh Judicial Cir

tion of this method of virus NOTICE TO APPEAR cuit, in and for Flagler County,
will Hall that control
1966, and be available at City on THE STATE OF FLORIDA. TO: Florida, and the abbreviated style

date. License fees are as follows: was not begun until recent RICHARD FRANK OUSLEY of the case Is Hendrick v. Hendrick.
It Is hereby ordered that
whose residence and Post Office this order
ly. address are unknown. and notice shall be publishedonce
have Involvedthe hereby notified that a a week for four consecutive
Experiments
Male and spayed $1.00 luTtoOr3IV has been filed against weeks In The Flagler Tribune a
use of aluminum foil in two i you In the above entitled newspaper published! In Bunnell
Flagler County, Florida, and hav-
and
cause you are hereby requiredto
Female $2.00A ways to repel aphids on papaya, serve upon Plaintiff's At- ing a general circulation In Flag

squash, and tomatoes. In one torney, whose name and address ler County, Florida.
appear hereon your written defense WITNESS my hand 81 Clerk of
innoculation certificate signed by experiment; sheets of aluminum If any, to the Bill of Complaint the said Circuit Court of Flagler
rabies a
County Florida and the
in said suit on or before seal of
veterinarian must be presented before a license foil with holes in them for the the llth day of June 1966. elsedecree said Court at Bunnell, Flagler
I
plants to through have pro confesso will be entered County Florida on this 17th day
grow
will be issued.Arrangements. ag of May A. D. 1966.
been placed along the ground.In rTklS"my hand and seal of (SEAL) EMIL'lt.C SMYTHE
said Court this 5th day of May, Clerk
have been made to have a vet. another experiment, aluminum 1966. Flagler County : ldaI

erinarian at the Civic Center Friday, June 3, strips or "skirts" resembling (SEAL) Clerk E.of A.said SMYTHE Court I By Julia R. h Deputy ia,1;; Clerk

1966, between the hours of 8:30 a. m. and 10:00a. Hawaiian hula skirts are By Julia R. Clerk and RAYMOND CONWAY WILSON, KARL

m. The veterinarian's charge will be $4.00 dangled over plants in an attempt W L. WADSWORTHP. p Attorneys for Plaintiff

innoculation. to repel the unwanted O. BOX 89BUNNELL. / sot North Grandvlew Avenue
for each FLORIDA Post Office Box 5725
aphid insect. Attorney for Plaintiff Daytona Beach. Florida
May 12-19-26 & June 24tcIN May 19-26 & June 2-9-4tc
CITY OF BUNNELLMrs. Wolfenbarger said the alum

inum skirts have not been com TUB CIRCUIT COURT SEVENTH IN TUB CIRCUIT COURT. EV-
: JUDICIAL CIRCUIT IN ENTH: JUDICIAL CIRCUIT IV
Nancy Rodgers, City Clerk pletely effective in repelling AND FOR FLAGLER COUNTY AND FOR FLAGLER COUNTY
FLORID IN: CHANCERY CASE FLORIDA IN: CHANCERY: NO.
aphids, especially when the NO. 3ZNOGEOROIA :3113

plants get large and obscurethe E. ROYAL.Plaintiff. E. W. LOWERY Plaintiff,

',h".v.............,... .."....,, ......................."'. ........,:'."'."."'.r.......tI'rI'NoI\ aluminum. But the aluml- -va- |I MARY SUE*vsI LOWERY.-
STUART LEE ROYAL.
nm sheets along the ground appear Defendant. Defendant.

FOR ALL HOURS-DAY OR NIGHT to be most promising in repelling NOTICE TO APPEAR NOTICE TO APPEAR
THE STATE OF FLORIDA. TO: THE STATE OF FLORIDA TO:
aphids which commonly I STUART LEE ROYAL Mary Sue Lowery

I attack the ndersldes of the I 1516 McLeod RoadValdosta Residence unknown
AMBULANCE Georgia You are hereby notified that a
PHONE VAlley 41625 plant's leaves. These also pre- suTtoiralnat are hereby notified that a suit for divorce haa been filed against -
for divorce has been filed a- you In the above entitled
SERVICE vent weed growth, retain soil you in the above entitled cause and you are hereby required
ST. AUGUSTINE. FLORIDA moisture and fertilizer. In the cause and you are hereby requiredto I! to serve upon Plaintiff's Attorney,
serve upon Plaintiff's Attorney, i whose name and address appear
case of tomatoes and squash, whose name and address appear hereon your written defense. If
Never be besltuat about calling a Garcia Ambulance. We hereon your written defense. If any to the Bill of Complaint In
the aluminum is a clean surfacefor said said. suit,
to the DI1of Complaint In on or before the 18th
are always at your service with promptness safety and fallen suit, on or before the llth day of day of June 1966, else decree pro
vegetables. June, 1966, else decree proconfesao confesso will be entered against
expert,DC'. Wolfenbarger said extensive will b. entered against you. you.WITNESS
WITNESS my hand and seal of my hand and seal of
Resusitator and Inhalator investigations will be necessaryto said Court this 5th day of May, said Court this 17th day of May,
With Oxygen :>>
Equipped solve the unknown factors A. D. 196S.Official 19A6.
many ( Seal) E. A. SMYTHE (SEAL) E. A. SMYTHE
HomeP. connected with aluminum Clerk of said Court Clerk of said Court
Garcia Funeral By Julia It. Harvey By Julia R. Harvey
of
repellents but the possibility Clerk Clerk

Licensed Funeral Director controlling a variety of aphid W. L.V ADSWORTWPuty W. L. 'VADSWORTlyeputy
E. GARCIA, P. O. Box 898 P. O. BOX I9Bunnell. <
borne virus diseases known to Bunnell. FloridaATTORNEY FloridaATTORNEY
LADY ASSISTANT FOR PLAINTIFF FOR PLAINTIFF

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