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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 9, 1966
Publication Date: -1981
Frequency: weekly
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Subjects / Keywords: Newspapers -- Bunnell (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Flagler County (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
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Spatial Coverage: United States -- Florida -- Flagler -- Bunnell
Coordinates: 29.4675 x -81.256944 ( Place of Publication )
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Dates or Sequential Designation: Began in 1917?
Dates or Sequential Designation: -69th year, no. 36 (Sept. 3, 1981).
General Note: Mrs. M.B. Fuller, editor.
General Note: Description based on: Vol. 43, no. 20 (June 2, 1955).
Funding: Funded by NEH in support of the National Digital Newspaper Project (NDNP), NEH Award Number: PJ-50006-05
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Preceded by: St. Johns tribune
Succeeded by: Palm Coast news
Succeeded by: Flagler/Palm Coast news-tribune

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VOLUME 54, NO. 23 BUNNELL, FLORIDA, THURSDAY, JUNE 9, 1966 2.50 A YEAR

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Ocean PalmCountry ] CIGARETTE TAX Bunnell School JOE KELLY NAMED Public Hearing By

FUNDS TO CITIESRen DEPUTY SHERIFFSheriff
Club Honor Roll For City CommissionOn
Morris, director of the P. A. Edmonson has I

To Open SoonThe State Beverage Dept. reportsthe Sixth 6 Weeks named Joe Kelly as deputyof RezoningThe
following amounts have the sheriff's office of Flag

Ocean Palm Country been allocated to cities in Flag 3A-Reynolds ler County. Kelly replaces Deputy Bunnell City Commissionvoted

Club, two miles south of the ler county from cigarette taxes Karen Baker Leroy Irvin who resigned to hold a public hearingon

center of Flagler Beach and on collected in April. i Susan Clegg that position recently. Thursday, June 23 at 8 p. m.

Highway AlA, is scheduled to Bunnell $2,704.77. Rob Cowart Kelly, a native of Flagler on the application for rezoning

open for play about July 10, LeoJ. Beverly Beach $99.65 I Kathy Di Vivirglllo county, served as deputy sheriff a portion of block 56 from residential

Morrison, superintendent, said Flagler Beach $875.71. I Leon JonesCynthia under the late Sheriff Homer to business.Dr. .

today. I Marineland $129.94. I Krantz Brooks about three years ago John Canakaris made the

The newly constructed golf Painters Hill $3.71. :Jannett Revels and resigned to take another application for rezoning of lots

course is now open for inspec I I Eve Tucker position. 2 thru 9 of the block, to be used
tion. Mr. Morrison is inviting Wells Funeral Higginbotham Kelly began his duties at the for a medical arts building.The .
th people of Flagler County to I office last week.Bunnell board accepted the bid
Jeff Crews
come out any time and see for At First for an electric welder, of 'Williams
Today Jenny McFarland
themselves what has been accomplished i Welding of Daytona
Jay Rodgers
and learn somethingof Beach .at the price of $990.00.
ChurchFuneral School
Marcy StricklandDot
what is planned for the fu. Baptist Tucker the low bid of $925.00 given by .

' ture. services for Alvin A. AwardsPERFECT the Bunnell Auto Supply did not
4B-Townsend
The course was designed by Wells will be held at two o'- Mike Coates Special comply with the top voltage

Fred Barton who, Morrison said,, clock this afternoon from the Billy Creal ATTENDANCE specification.

designed some of the finest golf First Baptist Church of Bunnell.Mr. Gary Harris 1965.66 I Mr. Dawkins appeared with

courses in Florida and else. Wells passed away Tuesday Jan Perryman lA-Holland. George Martin plans for six bid items in con.

where. morning at the Bunnell General Wally Wilkins Jordan, Jr. (Skipper), Kenneth! nection with the water treat.
The group owning the course Hospital after a lengthy illness. Rhonda Williams Franklin Cox.2ACralg. ment plant which is under con

and subdivision development Rev. Charles Anders, pastor of 4 B-Mercer Charles Smith. struction. The board voted to
alongside the course will have the Church, will officiate. Inter- Chip Brooks 2B-McClure. Billy Harr. advertise for bids.

"open house" in about two ment will follow at the Pellicer Frank Bryan 3A-Reynolds. Glenn Bradley, They also discussed the signal

weeks, to which the people of Creek Cemetery.He Karen Allen Julian Durrance, David Smith, light at Deen Road, Mosquito
Flagler county will be Invited. was born at Pellicer Creek Debbie Holdridge Eve Tucker. Control Fill project, and the

The grand opening will be and moved to Bunnell from Pa- Paula Kiwala Hlgginbotham.. Michael sewerage system for the Housing

held a little later, Mr. Morrison latka 13 years ago. He was a retired Elaine Weeks Buckles,' Jay Rodgers, Carole Authority project.
said, the date will be advertisedin farmer and a member of Mona Wetherington' Hardin.

The Tribune. the First Baptist Church. He was
Creation of the course 'and 66 years of age. 5A-Morris 4A-Townsend. Dickie Bradley, County Board in

guest facilities represents a large Barbara Cowart Gary Harris.
Survivors include his wife,
4B-Mercer. Chip Brooks, Routine Session
Wadsworth
and
investment, Flagler countyis Cherry
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Amorette Wells, Bunnell
;
Jarosz Debbie
James Holdridge.
fortunate to have this recreational SB-Manuel
daughters, Mrs. Eugene Carnes 5A Morris. Joe Arnold, Jean
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facility to offer to home Davey Solomon Monday MorningThe
and Mrs. Sidney Gornto, both of Hart
Cherry Wadsworth.
folks and visitors. Donna Steflik
I East Palatka; 3 step daughters, 6th-Tonkinj 5B-Manuel. Vivian Arnold, Board of County Commissioners .
Mrs. Lee J. Dupont, New Smy Donna Steflik. met in monthly session

First MethodistOfficial rna, Mrs. Virginia Wyndham Lila Allen 6--ronkln! ,. Randy, .7BucklesKaren Monday morning, tranactlng
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Karen Clegg
ahd Mrs T. Wadsworth both Clegg, Lady Rodgers. routine business.

BoardOrganized of Bunnell; 2 sons, Alvin Leslie Nancy Creal 7A-Hein. Bruce Arnold, Pamela Jack Abbott, executive directorof

Wells, Palatka and Rev. Wayne Debbie Johnston McDaniel, David Steflik, the Flagler County Housing
Wells of East Palatka; 2 step Katie McFarland
Donna Whitney. Authority, requested the boardto
SundayThe
sons, J. E. Bowers of Bunnell and I Mike Manuel 7B-Bradley. Benjle Cauley. approve a working program

first official Board meet. W. A. Bowers of Baxley, Geor Susan Sullivan 8A-Hanyen. Janet Haines,, which would allow the authorityto

ing of the new church year for gia; 1 sister, Mrs. W. T. Brothersof Denise Tucker Elizabeth Matherly, Ann Meek- construct 78 additional public

the First Methodist was held Amarilla Texas; 2 brothers, 7 A-Heln Ins, Henry Scott, Daniel Water- housing units for senior citizens.Mr. .

Sunday evening at the Church. George Wells of Melbourne and Sandra Abbott man. Abbott said the authority

Re-elected to serve as chairman Wimberly Wells of St. Augus- Jimmy Bryan 8B-Carson. Frank Fleurie. would like to construct the new

of the board was Ray Mer tine. Also surviving are seventeen Marvin Clegg 9A-Bayless. Gary Buckles, units at Bunnell. He said the

cer. M. B. Fuller was elected to grand children and six Minnie Deen Brenda Townsend, James Robert. two sites most favored now are

serve as vice chairman, and great grand children. Douglas Dupont son, Terry Rawlins, Carla Tuck. east of the intersection of Inter.
John Geller
Becky Clegg was re-elected as The body will rest at the er. state 95 and State Road 100 and
Catherine Harris
secretary. O. K. Herr was electedas Craig Chapel, East Moody Boulevard 9B-Manuel. Wayne Allman, Road 100 near the road leadingto
financial secretary, and Wan. until noon today and at Chip Johnson Barry Thornton. the cement plant.

day Mercer as treasurer. the church from one o'clock until Lyna Knight 10A-Barasa. Lee Bourne. The board agreed with Supt.G. .
Kirk Robertson
The Board welcomed Rev. O. the funeral hour. Arrangements 11B-Hardin. Hugh Rogers, N. Becker, of WashingtonOaks
F. Taylor who was reassignedas are under the directionof Mark Strickland Sandra Scott, Linda Skolar. State Park to provide shell
Elaine Tucker
pastor at the Methodist Con. Craig Funeral Home of Bun- 12BR. Brown. Bill Kurtz, for roads and parking areas

ference held in Lakeland last 8A-Henyen John Waterman.' when men and equipment are
nell.Active
week. I pallbearers are Wilfred Linda Church available.Tax .

Rev. Taylor talked briefly on Hunter, P. A. Edmonson, Jack Janet Haines HONOR ROLLSCHOLASTIC Assessor Don Moore requested

plans for the new conference Clegg, Dave Perryman, Alfred Jeanne Hlgginbotham LETTER the board to place his

year. His plans include a revival Tucker, and C. H. Cowart. Honorary Beth MatherlyAnn 3A-Reynolds. Karen Baker, office on a budget system Insteadof

for the fall, an every member are Jim Bray, II. H. Murray Meekins Rob Cowart, Leon Jones, Eve the present fee system. Board

canvass, a broader mission program Fred Fruits, Walter Creal, Barbara Wilson Tucker, Jannell Revels.3BHlgginbotham. Attorney W. L. Wadsworth said

which would include support Dale B. Brown Jr., Dick Cody, 9A-Boyless Jeff Crews, the board could do this with

for a missionary in the and J. B. Matherly. Gary Buckles I. Jenny McFarland, Jay Rodgers, the approval of the state comp

field, and other programs locally. Glenn Carle Marcy Strickland. troller. Moore was advised to
The' financial statement showed Charles Clegg I I 4A Townsend. Billy Creal. submit a budget at a later date.It .
AMERICAN LEGION 4B-Mercer. Chip Brooks, Mona
all obligations for the past Janet Cook was agreed that the board

year paid up and two paymentson PLANS SUPPER.INSTALLATION, Robert Creal Wetherington. will not meet on the first Monday
the parsonage note paid in Nancy Hargett 5A-Morris. Barbara Cowart. In July, it being the Fourth,
5B-Manuel. Christine Hlggln-
advance. I American Legion Post 115 officers Marie Hugas but will meet the next day,
botham, Davey Solomon, Donna :
David Johnson
A committee is presently are making plans for a Tuesday, July 5.
working on plans for the education covered dish supper and install Diana Lucas Steflik. Authorized purchase of a small
building which will be. ation ceremony on June 20. The George Robbie 6-Tonkin. Lila Allen, Karen amount of asphalt mix to repair
I Creal, Mike Manuel
,
Clegg Nancy
Rawlins
when the notes Bunnell Terry in existing
gin parsonage meeting will be at the spots roadways.
Denice Tucker.
are paid.STATE. Civic Center.GEORGE. Mary SteflikBrenda Agreed to advertise for bids
Townsend 7A-Heln. Minnie Deen, Catherine
for gasoline and oils, after securing
I Harris, Chip Johnston,
Carol: Townsend
a list of purchases made
CATTLEMEN'S WICKLINE Robertson, Kirk Robertson.
Carla; Tucker Greg
I this year, and using this as a
ASSOCIATION TO NAMED TO RIVER Colleen Tucker 8A-Hanyen. Janet Haines, basis for the bidding.
9B-Manuel Beth Matherly, Ann Meekins.

MEET IN COCOAThe POLLUTION COUNCILCounty Genece Minshew 9A-Bayless. Nancy Hargett,

Commissioner George 10A-Barasa Carol Townsend, Colleen Tuck JOE M. OGELSBY
Annual Summer Convention .
State Cattle- Wickline has been appointed to Sue Broadaway er.
Florida
of the Parker. PLANS TO OPEN
men's Association will be held 'the St. Johns River Pollution Hewitt Dupont I 10B-Craig. Tony
June 15-17 in Cocoa Beach. Several Council of the State Associationof Ray Krutz 11A-Brooks. Walton Cow- LAW OFFICE
Commissioners, by 10B-Craig art.
local cattlemen have made County Parker 11B-Hardin. Linda Skolar. Attorney at law Joe M. Ogelsby -
Tony
reservations and plan to attend.A Association President Sidney
Beach plans to
Martin. il A-Brooks 12A-Gurnee. Betty Lynn of Daytona
highlight of the program law office here in the
Ann Bourne Bourne, Leslie Carolyn Pache. open a
President Martin said he was
this year will be a three hour 12B-Brown. Marilyn McNab, old citizens Bank building in
Walton Cowart
tour of the cattlemen Kennedy Space and their Center I I also( naming of counties County abutting Commissioners or David Dodge Brenda Muray, Day Weaver. the near future. lie is a nativeof

wives.by adjacent to the St. Johns River Continued on page S) (Continued on page 8) Kissimmee.



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nical training 'and further ed I bested five other colleges this

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I ing his decision. Junior varsity crew races in the
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i I and training opportunities I Gardens Crew Regatta. The
for qualified high school crew from Florida Southern

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Good citizenship seems to run Lee, a sixth grader who will and student conductor at the y FREE MEMBERSHIP TO
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In the Samuel Black family of I enter Seabreeze Junior High annual band concert. GOLF COURSE INCLUDING

Ormond Beach. this Fall, learned today that he {
I Active in student governmentand : Good
Black is a familiar name to had won a $25 U. S. Savings INITIATION FEES Membership
the student police, Norman |
awards chairmen at Osceola Bond in the Ormond Beach I
Elementary School and Sea. I Kiwanis Club citizenship essay also is a Boy Scout, patrol To First 10 Lot Purchasers
leader. He is the only Junior
breeze Junior High School, contest. lIe also won the schol
high school member of the
where Lee Black 12, and Nor. arship and citizenship awardsfor
Countdown Combo, the other OPEN 10 A. M TO 7P.M.
man Black 14, won American his grade and certificates of members being senior high stu
Legion awards for leadership, :achievement in music, athleticsand
scholarship and service this student government.Lee dents. -DAILY AND SUNDAY-

year. Their mother, Mrs. Tommie was the first president of Mrs. Black, former presidentof
Black, won the same award at the newly formed student gov the Junior Service League, ENTRANCE: 500 YARDS NORTHOF
School when she in ernment at Osceola and
Bunnell was cocaptain says she believes that good VOLUSIA AND FLAGLER
the eighth grade. The award of the School Patrol. He is citizenship begins at home. "It

was given by the American a member of a basketball team is in a Christian home where I COUNTY LINE ON AlA
Legion Post 115 of Bunnell. which won a trophy for the children learn to be thoughtfulof I
Tommy is the former Eleanor school, and is active in Boy others and to participate I

Holden, daughter of Mr. and Scouts. actively in family, school .and I _________________________
Mrs. T. E. Holden of Bunnell. Norman, who enters 10th community life. And that's what i .
Lee and Norman didn't stop grade at 'Seabreeze Senior High good citizenship is, isn't it?" she I Ever had BEER-BECUE? :

i with leadership, scholarship and this year, received a certificateas said. I
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service. They won half a dozen outstanding band student at
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, other awards each In as many Seabreeze Junior. He was drum The Blacks live at 170 Arlington 1 I

different activities. major of the Sill band this year Way, Ormond Beach. II
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Jfagfer ( >eacn months. The club's membershiphas 1 II

grown to 106. I PARTY II
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GAMES PARTY Boy !Scout Troop 495 of Flag. I
I posed of Mrs. Mildred Sargeant, I u.u.
TONIGHT lear Beach will hold a Court of s
i chairman, Mrs. Marjorie Hoose
The Second Games Party of Honor on Thursday evening at I I
| and Mrs. Marjorie Woodruff, was
the summer season will) be held 7:30: at the Flagler Beach Methodist 1 1I
named to slate of of.I
present a
tonight (Thursday) at the Flag. I Fellowship Hall, accordingto Get therecipe -J I
ficers for the 1966.67 year, to be
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ler Woman's Club beginning at Scoutmaster E. Lester Stan. voted in October. I I ___.._ IfichocUulofideis 1
upon Lynn
7:30 p. m. Last week's high ton. I I :_=_:_=_:::-r.o.:_::._. for decorations, tn- I
score winner was Michael Sin. [ Clary, chairman, also appointeda I In this :.."':"=:m:=::..= ttrtilnmintsindrecipes
financial committee consist. I = :-:-::=": for the most
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I delar. Other winners were Mrs. i I ing of Mrs. Helen Creal, chairman I =::;:..:::';E fun party of ill Send 1I
Marie Burzyck, Mrs. Ruben Gar. FSC Club Will Mrs. Florence Schott and I G U IDE"E 1 -...- : :: for it t today I I
del, Charlotte Dodimead, Janet
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Mrs. Kay Swayze, to audit the to
Haines, Mrs. Charles Sindelarand i I
Eleanor. Shill. Picnic At Bulow I club's books before the new I : Beer PartyUSABEER I i

I j Treasurer assumes office I
) At its meeting Tuesday eve. I 1
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I ning, June 7, in the Municipal j The next meeting at the club. I U.S. BREWERS ASSOCIATION, Inc. / 535 Fifth Avenue
COMMUNITY MEMORIAL I( room will be Tuesday evening,I New York, N.Y. 10017
, ( Building, Flagler Beach, the I 1
CHURCH NEWS I Flagler Senior Citizens Club,I July 5. Members are encouragedto I I'm Interested in beer.becue. Send me my free copy of
"The Prodigal Son" will bet (with 40 members present, voted bring guests to the picnic at I Beer Party/USA.

the continued message of Rev. l:Ito have a picnic June 21 at Bu. Bulow June 21. I Name I

I R. W. Dickert next Sunday at[ low Ruins State Park. The I 1

the Community Memorial I I group will meet for a potluck I Street I
Church, beginning at 11 o'clock. lunch at 12 o'clock noon. Any ERNEST C. CALDWELL
: City
Sunday school begins at 9:45 Zip_
: member in need of transportation 1
ENLISTS IN AIR FORCEA
with classes for all ages. Thurs. to the park is requested to State.

day evening (tonight) at 7:30p. : contact Mrs. Kay Swayze.The 19 year-old resident Thursday I

m. will) be the business meetIng club heard a report from opened the door to oppor : UNITED STATES BREWERS ASSOCIATION,IHC.tif:>.

of the church and all interested Martin Fuelling that the Flag. tunity when he enlisted in the I p.a lOX ti wvnm PAW. rumia \I! /

persons are asked to be ler Beach City Commission Air Force. I ;

present would provide more tables tot He is Ernest C. Caldwell, son .a. ______ U
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t B well, 2205 South Palmetto, South


. eURFSIDE Daytona.Mr. Caldwell is owner of Caldwell CRAIG FUNERAL HOMEA.

Sales of Bunnell.
The 19-year-old Mainland H. CRAIG Funeral Director
Flower
i Shop High School alumnus departed JOHN CAPO ManagerAIR
Thursday from Daytona Beach
Across from Pier, Flagler Beach enroute to Lackland Air Force OXYGEN

I POTTED PLANTS CORSAGES I Base, Texas, where he will undergo CONDITIONEDCHAPEL I LADY I EQUIPPED
I 4 weeks of basic training. ATTENDANT
FUNERAL AMBULANCES
ARRANGEMENTS, ETC. According to Sergeant Dick

Telephone 439-2114 Maves, local Air Force Recruit. Phone ID 7-3532
er, Ernest qualified high on the
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Valleydale (ALL MEAT)

CHUNK BOLOGNA

LOCALS Ilercha ts
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Guests of Mr. and Mrs. Aver- Mr. and Mrs. Bo Manuel and
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ley Brown include his brotherin sons, Mike and Steven, left this ,
law and sister, Mr. and Mrs. week for Dunnellon where they I Streak O'Lean
Robert Warren of Seph, West will reside. Mr. Manuel will be
WHITE BACONlb.
Virginia. Also Mr. and Mrs. Bob employed as Principal of the
Warren and sons Ricky and Dunnellon High School. .
Randy of Seph. They are vacationing 590
at Flagler Beach for the Mrs. Daisy Walker and Miss
week and visiting with the Lucille Walker have returned to
Browns.Mr. their home on North Pine Street Fresh Florida Grade "A" D and D ((2-2% lb. Avg. (CUT TO ORDER)
Mrs. Walker had spent some
and Mrs. Ralph Choate ofJefferson time in the Boman nursing
City, Mo., are guests of home in Ormond Beach. Miss lb. 31
his sister, Mrs. Lady Allen and Walker has been recuperatingat F-.i
Mrs. Nell Allen a their home on the home of her brother and
Church street. sister in law, Mr. and Mrs. Gordon .
Walker in Wildwood followIng -

Mrs. Minnie Howell returned surgery at the Halifax Hospital U. S. D. A. ChoiceCHUCK
home Saturday from the Put. several weeks ago.
nam Memorial Hospital in Palate lb. *
She was a patient there Guests of Mr. and Mrs. Thomas ROAST 49
for medical treatment for a Diamond are their son in law
week. and daughter, Mr. and Mrs. Mar -
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Mr. and Mrs. Joe Brock and Jeffery and Gregory, of Detroit, Small Meaty

sons are visiting in Holly Hill], Michigan.
South Carolina this week with ALL MOEATSTEVl& I SPARE RIBS
Mr. and Mrs. Joe White. Guests of Rev. and Mrs. Oliver
Taylor during the weekend In-
Guests of Mrs. Anna Jarosz; cduled his brother and sister in lb. I lb.
include her son in law and law, M.Sgt. and Mrs. Owen Tay 6ge 6ge

daughter and Mr.their and daughter Mrs. HenryMroz and Jacksonville lor. They are with also their visiting Mother in, __ i _________ _.. _'

son, Mary Ann and Gregory, of before leaving for a three week U. S. D. A. Choice (FULL CUT)
Warren, Michigan. Also Helen assignment with the U. S. Forces:
Nacelog, Detroit and Dale De in Japan.
Four of.Warren. They plan to ROUND STEAK lb. 89
spend 'about three weeks here Among those from here goingto .
during which time they will go Orlando Saturday to attend
to Miami'' for a visit with Mrs. the Muzyka-Hass wedding were Our Value 303 Can

Jarosz's son, Edward Jarosz and Mr. and Mrs. Lee Blakely, Mr. TOMATOES 8 for $TOur FOLGER'SCOFFEE
family. and Mrs. Jack Clegg, Karen
Clegg, Margie Blakely, Jimmy;
Mrs. Arthur Durshlmer Jr., Bray, Mrs. Otis Hunter, Marie Value 300 Can
of Donaldson, Muzyka, and Mr. and Mrs. Ed
and children Ea.
Georgia and Louisa Durshlmer win Hawkins. PORK & BEANS lOc 1 Tbn 47c

of Albany, Georgia, arrived last

week for a vacation at the beach TIMOTHY DOUGLAS HOLT 16 oz. (Carton of 6) (Plus Deposit) Limit 1 with $5.00 or more food order
of Mrs. Nell Allen.
home Mr. and Mrs. Jack E. Holt Jr., DIET-RITE Each
of Bunnell, are the parents of COLA 3ge
Mr. and Mrs. C. A. Riddell had
Royal 46 Can
a 11 pound 13% ounce son born oz.
as their guest Sunday her son, June 1st at the Daytona Beach PINEAPPLE For
Joy Sisco of Jacksonvile, who General Hospital. He has been JUICE 4 $100
also visited with the C. O. Ma- .
given the name of Timothy
gees at Flagler Beach. Douglas. CRISCO OIL DAIRY SPECIAL -

Floyd Hurl has returned after CASANDRA MECHELE TWIGGMr. 24 oz. Pillsbury CANNED 8 oz. Can
a week in the Halifax Hospitalfor of BottleLimit 29 For
and Mrs. George Twigg :
medical treatment. He is em- Dade City announce the arrivalof BISCUITS 4 35C
with the Brannam Market
played a daughter on June 4, 1966. 1 with $5.00 or more food order Hi
as butcher. She weighed six pounds 14 FROZEN FOODS _
She has been given the
ounces. Sara Lee ALL BUTTER 12 oz. Pkg.
Mrs. Ellen Zuhal and Mrs. name of CaSandra Mechele. She
Stanley Skronskl of Dearborn, is the grand daughter of Mr. and FRESH PRODUCE POUND CAKE Each 69C
Mrs. Bert Harding of Bunnell.
Michigan are here for an extended -
visit. Mrs. Zuhal is the Georgia

former Ellen Skronski of Bun GRAND INSTRUCTORTO PEACHES lb. 190 DIXIE CRYSTAL
nell and the sister of Mrs. Stella VISIT LOCALO.

Moody. E. S. SUNDAY Fresh LocalCORN SUGAR
Mrs. Lethie Scott of Deland,
Grand Instructor of the Grand Doz. 59e lb
CALL Chapter, O. E. S., will hold a 5 Bag 37e
school of instruction for the Fresh No. 1
437-3669 Bunnell Chapter 93 on Sunday lb. Limit 1 with $5.00 or more food order

afternoon, June 12. OKRA 29C
The school will begin at 2 p.
Martin m.. 'It will be at the Masonic ""'
Temple on South Bay Street.

I 50 "' 100 rMrcr..b 50 M R ..b
UNDERGOES & J

HardingFOR George Kendall is a patientin
the Baptist Hospital in Jacksonville *
where he underwent with coupon & purchase with coupon & purchase with coupon & purchase

surgery Monday. of (1)) IVz PintSNOBOL $2.00 or more from of ((1)
DRY GOODS RACK WATERMELONCoupon

LIGHT DOZIER ATTENDS CEREMONY GRADUATION OF THE Void After Coupon Void After Coupon void after

WORK HASTINGS HIGH SCHOOL Monday, June 13, 1966 Monday, June _13, 1966 Monday, June 13, 1966
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Among those from Bunnell attending .. -
the Commencement cer
SHELL emony of the Hastings High
School Thursday evening were
Mr. and Mrs. Harry Atkinson,
ROCK Mr. and Mrs. Zack Holland, Miss
CEMENT
Celia Lord, Mr. and Mrs. Harold
Emery, Mrs. Elsie Wescott, Mr. NjI ;
FILL DIRT and Mrs. William Deen, Mrs.
Wilda Cobb, Mrs. Cordell Robertson HI
Mr. and Mrs. Ed Copeland .
Mr. and Mrs. Leroy Irvin,
TOP SOILCOW Celia Joyce Emery, Delores Deen, till Phone 4373227OPEN
Ill I
Hubert Pelllcer, Virginia .. .
Mrs.
U.S. No. 1 BUNNELL
SUNDAYS (
King, Mrs. William Patrick,
MANURE ,and Howard 8:00 a.m.-1:00 p.m.
Kathy Continued, Quenton To Page 8 Quantity Rights Reserved Prices Good June 9, 10, 11, 12 and 13, 1966



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So, stay out of trouble and serious drawback.The will be able to locate a source I nitrogen fertilizer at eight-
out of wild briar patches by I Floragrand fruit ripens of the thorny vine. week Intervals between Febru-
(By H'nr r Sharp) I
I growing a few trellises of blackberries about a month before local Blackberries are also like babies ary and September.In .
Blackberries are like babies- developed by 'the University blackberries, and ahead of other as both are fairly tolerantto
/ both grow better with proper I of Florida Agricultural I domestic varieties such as wet bottoms. But for best subsequent years schedulethe
I training and care. Without attention Experiment Stations. They are Regal Ness, Advance, or "Bra berries avoid sites where water mixed fertilizer for abouta
I' both are subject to growing I Flordagrand and "Oklawaha.1 zos." collects or where the hardpan month before the berry har.
wild. Planting stocks are available At the Central Florida Experiment keeps water near the surface.To vest season. By following this
from from local Station, 11 Insure fertilizer schedule, you'll find
Keeping little ones running I' nurserymen. two-year-old rapid growth, apply
wild is a domestic problem Their berries, which are oblong Flordagrand plants produced 69 about a quarter of a pound that the quick vine growth will
but keeping berries domesticated and shiny, contain a tart pints of berries during the picking of 8-8-8 (NPK) fertilizer around furnish you with additional
I Is a gardener's prob red Juice, and are softer than season. each plant two weeks after propagation material.For .
lem. strawberries. The fruit cooks up Summer is a good time to I planting. leafy stem cuttings, snip
r i It's okay to tie berry vinesto Into mouth-watering Jellies, initiate a blackberry project. If Be sure to keep the fertilizer I the canes Into six.Inch pieces,
stakes to keep them in line; preserves and pies, but may be I the local nurseryman can't I 12 Inches from the plant to pre and place them upright in a
but you'll be In trouble if you too tart for the timid palate if furnish you with a start of vent burning of the tender roots. rooting medium under a mist
I I try the same method with the j eaten fresh without sugar. How I Flordagrand or "Oklawaha," I I If leaching rains tall, feed each I of water.there.

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Process Dry Beans new convenience food-quick- oleander is reported to be sufficient Subscribe to The Flagler Tribune

cooking dry beans. to kill an adult human. I $240 A Year In Advance

These will include lima beans, The dry leaves are almost as YEs
For Quick CookingThe iv TUB CIRCUIT COURT. !! EVKVTIf -
small white beans, ahd kidney toxic as the green ones.A JUDICIAL CIRCUIT. IN!

long-waiting time to let beans. And they will have the AND FOIl FI.A< number of individuals have ReADY_ I FLORIDA IN C1IANCF.HY NO.
dry beans soak until they are same flavor, texture, and protein 5ZH: A
suffered serious poisoning after Mary Lynn liendrick.
ready to cook Is Just about over. quality they have always Plaintiff,

The U. S. Dept. of Agriculturehas had. They just won't take so eating frankfurters roasted on I vs.
oleander stems over an open John Eugene Hendrlck. Jr.
found a way to process dry long to fix. I I DefendantOTICK .
fire at picnics. Inhaling smoke \ TO DKFKNDIN
It will be time before
some
beans so they can be cooked
from oleander THK NAME OF TIIK STATE OF
burning stems
these : beans will FLORIDA
and served In only half an hour. quick-cooking
and leaves has TO: John Eugene
caused symptoms Hendrlck Jr.
Research chemists at the be on the market In quantity. Address and place of residence

USDA's laboratories at Pasadena When available, they should be of poisoning.Two SOON AS' T FINISH YOU Unknown.ARE HEIIEBY NOTIFIED

California, have labored easily and economically handledby toxic glucosides, nerioside THC NEWSPAPER that a suit in equity has been
brought against by Mary Lynn
long and hard to produce this restaurants, military establishments and oleandroside, have been Isolated ADS. THEY ARE 50 Hendrick, In the you Circuit Court Seventh -

and other large food from oleander. Symtoms FULL OP: 8 R&41NSADYhRTIS1:11KNT Judicial Circuit. In and for
Flagler County, Florida and you
services, as well as by home- Include nausea, vomiting, colic are hereby summoned ordered and
i required to file your written answer -
WANT ADSListings I makers. dizziness, drowsiness, decreased or other defenses to the complaint -
filed herein against you in
pulse rate, or even unconsciousness. tile above entitled cause In the office -
of the Clerk of the Circuit

under this heeding are Tips Given OnShoes Court Florida I ,In at and his for office lagler In the County Courthouse

3 cents a word each Insertion. Of course, this does not mean Bunnell. Florida, on or before
75 cents is the minimum charge that should banish the 18th day of June, A D.
you ornamental
Bnying I 1966. and to nerve a copy of such
WAITRESS WANTED-Apply in plants from your home I answer or defense upon Raymond,
I Wilson Karl and Conway, plaintiffs -
at Dixlana Restaurant. Consider comfort, wearing and yard, but it is advisable to attorneys herein whose address -

person quality, and style when buy keep all plants from In 501 North Orandvlew Av-
6.9-ltc you away very enue, Daytona Beach l Florida on
---- I shoes. small children who may nibbleon or before said date as required by
the law of }'lorldland the Florida -
FOR SALE-Lot 100x100 facing Do sometimes wonder them.
you -- / Hulea of Civil Procedure It you

Central Avenue, Flagler Beach. I why you are so tired at the end fall to be do entered BO, a decree pro confessowill
against you for the
Further Information call at 1312 lof the day? Could it be the Some plants produce strange FOR HID! relief demanded in the complaint
when eaten. For KEVLE1) PROPOSALS will be You are further notified that the
symptoms example received I
So. AlA or phone 4392463. Also shoes you are wearing? Your nature of this suit Is for annulment
the City Hall,
when a group of young by City Clerk .
furnished rentals now available. everyday shoes are more Important CITY OF BUNNKLU FLORIDA, The
of the
name court in which'
sters, aged six to eight returned until 7: m EST on June 16.l i
,
June 9 this has
Itp. to your foot health than i30wgic allbids cult been Instituted I* Cir
fcS. time and place
from ; cuit Court Seventh Judicial
Cir
any other shoes in your wardrobe an outdoor camping will be publicly opened and cuit. Ira and for Flagler
FOR SALE-12 cu. ft. chest type session some children began to read aloud, for certain specialty Horlda, and the abbreviated County style;
Miss Elizabeth Dick-
says construction work Item and for
refrigerator, 2 years old, $85.00. enson, clothing and textiles laugh senselessly, pick imaginary furnishing certain piping, valves, dt't of the Is case hereby! Is Hendrlck ordered that v. Hendrlck this or

Bert Longreen, Phone 4392021. specialist, Florida Agricultural objects out of the air, and conn other' .tlon material with and new equipment water treatment In- and week notice for shall be publishedonc
a four
June 9 Itc. mimic Others crawled futilities construction of consecutive
Extension Service. even dogs. weeks In The Flagler Tribune a
which In primarily being accomplished -
under their beds and newspaper published in llunnell.
LOSE WEIGHT safely with Give yourself plenty of timeto crying by City forces I Flakier County, Florida, and hav-
Plans, specifications and other
moaning. A visiting physicianhad ing general circulation in
Plag-
Dex-A-Diet Tablets. Only 98c atIoody's shop for shoes, and shop contract ducunnnts are on die and Florida.
to administer and induce available for public at 111'VrT tJ..q
: drugs Inspection! hand
Clerk of
my as
:\ Pharmacy. June 9, 12tp after walking a while, since feet the oltloe' of the City Clerk, CityHall the said Circuit Court of Flagler
.
vomiting.The llunnell. Tlorlda, and at the
usually swell slightly as you County, I"lorldlInd the seal of
olllce! of JRwklnasoclate14,
ATTENTION BUILDERS-9 nice walk. It is best to shop for Inc. Engineers 645 Rugby Street. said Court at liunnell Flagler
next day most of the children County I<'lorldlon this 17th day
lots on North Daytona Avenuefor shoes in the afternoon. Post OtMce Box 7666, Orlando. Florida of May, A. D., 1-166.
I were back to normal and Individual copies of the specifications (SEAL) SMYTHE
sale. Low down payment and partial seta of drawings Crcuit
Instead of giving your shoe all completely recovered in three Clerk Court
pertinent to the several pro-
with release clause. B. A. Bol- size, ask the shoe salesman to days. But what caused their l'7'6't,1 Items may be procured for By Flagler Julia County It Harvey Florida/
P. O. Box 218 St. Augus copy and SO,75 per sheet,
ton Deputy Cleric
measure your feet. This meas frenzied antics? The childrenhad respectively not refundable Plans' RAYMOND WILSON. KARL
tine, Florida. Phone 824.308 urement determines not only and specifications will not be Issued and CONWAY
found a patch of jimsonweed -
after June 14, 1966. Attorneys for Plaintiff
June 9-4tp width and length, but also the (so common in north Security to be furnished by each 501 North CJrandvlow Avenue
nl USED PLASTIC COVER SWIVEL length from heel to ball point Florida) and playfully picked document The Proposal Guaranty Daytona Beach Florida

of foot. All these measurementshelp and eaten varying amounts of Bond Contract Performance Bond May 19.26 & June 2-9! -4tc
CHAIRS, $399. Full size mattress and specified Insurance for certain
and springs, 1000. Jerry's Furn to determine your correct it. All parts of this plant are proposal Items are required to bo iv run minur (.OURT. iv-
secured from an agency of the KVTII JUDICIAL CIRCUIT IV
iture and Appliances, Old Dixie last.Each poisonous, particularly the surety or Insurance company located ANI) FOIl FI.AUI.r.U COUNTY
last varies with style seeds. In the State of Florida and FLORIDA IN C'Ii4NatlNO..
2 miles south of Korona. Phone H surety or insurance company sill
6-9-ltc and make. So be sure to try duly licensed to conduct business E. W. LOWERY
4373752. Small children often chew therein Plaintiff
on shoes for fit. on .
proper
Each bid shall be marked PRO- .vs.
FOR RENT-2 BEDROOM,. DU. Walk around and take timeto anything that happens to be POSUj FOR WATfcU TREATMENT MARY SUE LOW Jomy.

PLEX Apartments, carport. be sure the shoes fit before available. As soon as possible, the FACILITIES'sealed enveloJe.on the addressedto outsideof NOTICE TO Defendant AI'I'I<:AU

Screen porches, one completely you make any decision. Correctly children should be taught to the the City City Clerk's: office either rt"b to a THE STATE Mary Sue()}'Lowery FLORIDA TO:

furnished, 1 partly furnished. fitted shoes are comfort- avoid putting anything in their representative of the bidder, who Residence unknown

Phone 4373304. 69tf. able from the start and do not mouths except food. Adults, too, shall by registered obtain a mall receipt with therefor return receipt or suit You for am divorce hereby has notified bl'f'nlIed that a-a

have to be broken in. Remember should refrain from the habit of requested gainst you In the above entitled
Small The City reserves the right to cause and you are hereby required
FOR SALE-- refrigerator, a shoe must cling snuglyto chewing on leaves or twigs of waive I Informalities. in any bid: to to serve upon Plaintiffs Attorney,
good condition, priced reason plants as they walk through a reject any bid in whole or In part whose name and address appear
the heel to stay firmly in with or without cause, and/or to hereon, your written defense if
able. Call after 5 p. m. 437.3285. place. In a properly fitted shoe, garden or in the woods. 'accept the bid that In Its judgmentwill any to the Bill of Complaint insaid
June 9-ltc be for the best Interest of the I suit, on or before the 18th
the 'arch of the foot rests com For more information on these City. day of June. 1966 else decree pro

-FOR-SALE- 6 ROOMS-3 bed I fortably on the full length of and other poisonous plants in 'ITY FLORIDA OP BUN.NELL. you confeseo will be entered against'

with the shoe shank. Florida consult your county I By s/C. D Elsenbach WITNESS my hand nnd seal of
rooms, screen porches, Mayor said Court this 17th day of May
furniture, garage, six lots, located Invest In fine quality construction agricultural agent, ask for Bul I ATTEST' 1966.
Rodgers (SEAL) E. A. SMYTHE
letin 175A.
on Deen Road. Mrs. Bernice and materials if you Iangti' Clerk June ,.16 etc Clerk of said Court

Ruclnski, Rt. 1, Box 2, Bun- are buying shoes that will receive ::;.:.:.:.:.:.:.:.:.:.:.:.:.:.:.:.:.:.:.:.:.:.:.:.:.:.:.:.:.:.:.:.::.:.::.:.:.:.:.:.:.::.:.:.::.:.:.:.: :: Dy Julia It. Harvey Clerk
nell. June 2, 3tc constant wear. Buy the W L. W A DSWORTI\Jeputy\
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O. ItOX 896
best you can afford and take Itunn "ll. FloridaATTORNEY
BIG! AKC Reg. German Shep care of them.Poisonous. HART REFRIGERATIONAND FOR PLAINTIFF
May 19-26 & June 2-9-4tcIV
herds, born March 14 and 21. Direct

descendents of Rin Tin Tin TUB CIRCUIT COURT 0..'
FI.ACJI.KIl C'OJ\'fY, FLORIDA
of T. V. fame and German 1m- Plants IV /'IIA1/1.:ItY No. CliOS.:

ports. Silver or black and tan, i :/ HARRY C DM OROOTPlaintiff

$75 to $125. Terms available. Around HomesSome X::: ELECTRIC SERVICE ::: BETTY DE"I!. OROOTDefendant

Free delivery. George J. Nickel, ,

629 Goodwin Ave., New Smyrna of the many plants used I THE AMIM STATE IJI'::" NOTK OF ..'LOUII': TO)A.DFFEVU TO:

427.1788 after 5 for beautification In and around HETTY DK UROOT, whose
Beach. Phone $ Bunnell Fla. Box 253-A Rl :: resi
:: : dence and post olllcn/ address are
p. m. or weekends. June 2, 4tc Florida homes are toxic if eaten; : :: unknown
Phone 437-3698
:: : You
others are irritating if they are hereby notified that a
suit ha* been filed
FOR RENT-Furnished 1-bed- against you In
come in contact with the skin. the above entitled cause, and
room apartment @ $40.00 per Under normal circumstancesno .:.:.:.:.:.:.:.:.:.:.:.:.:.:.:.:.:.:.:.:.:.:.:.:.:.:.:.:.:.:.:.:.:.:.::.:.:.::.:.:.:.:.:.:.:.:.::.:.::. are hereby required tolIe your you
answer with the Clerk of this
month. Furnished bedroom adult would think of eating Court, and to serve copy thereof
apartment @ $45.00 per month. upon the plaintiff I ra plaintiffs attorney
these ornamental plants, but whose name and address Is' :
Inquire at 1723 So. Central Ave. sometimes they are swallowed 24 HourWrecker SAMUEL V HOLCH \

nue, Flagler Beach. May 26, 4tp. thoughtlessly by children. Small Service Palatka.110 North Florida Third Street

. not later than June 25th at. D.
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LIKE TO FISH?-Come to Pelll- poisonous berries are particularly 1966.
If you fall to do so. decree
and
dangerous invitingfor pro
cer Fish Camp. Boats, bait, tackle confesso will be entered against

camping and picnic area. Such the small child. Flagler Truck & Tractor Co you bill for of complaint.the relief demanded The nature In the of

Under new management. Rich. alarming symptoms may said suit being forDIVORCE

ard and Wllda. 4-28-tf follow that a physician is need. MASSEY-FERGUSON
WITNESS hand
and seal
my of
ed. He can treat the trouble Grove Farm Industrial Equipment said Court this 24th day of May

SINGER sewing machines. New, and, in most cases, the incident A. D. 1966.Ofilclal .

used, repairs. Call Bob French, will end happily. VIRGIL DECKER Phone ID 7-3242 ( Seal E. )A. SMYTHE

253.4541 Daytona collect. Skin Irritation or dermatitis Owner Bunnell, Florida Clerk By Julia of said It. Harvey Circuit Court

caused by contact with a plant Deputy Clerk
SEPTIC TANK Cleaning; drain May 26, and June 2, 9, 16 4tc
is
sometimes difficult to trace
fields Installed Rota.Roter snailshell. .
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to its If it -
source. occurs periodically I
Reasonable prices. Call
BUDDY KNOX
George Jarosz, 437.3410 8-1-tf an effort should be 3Jhr JFIaglrr! (TribunrHt.VVKM.
made to remember what
contacts
YOUR ATLANTIC DEALER
preceded the outbreaks. ., FLORIDA

JOHNSTON'S Among the most common causes Bunnell Atlantic Service Stationu.
MRS. M B.
FULLER Editor
FLAGLER BEACH REALTY CO. of dermatitis are poison ivy,

LOTS, HOMES, OCEAN FRONT, common ragweed, oleander, Highway 1 fT Day Phone 437-3652 Designated newspaper far' allEntered
mango leaves and fruits, jessa Legal Advertlsias
WATER FRONT, FARMS )
Vg
ACREAGE mine and greenhouse primulas. *? Night Ph. 437-3944

Bee us for your real estate needs Who would guess that the REPAIR, REBUILD GENERATORS, STARTERSAND February as 6,second 191J, at class the matter post-
beautiful oleander bush office at Bunnell, Florida
grown under
Office Phone HE 9.2242
CARBURETORS Act of March 3. 1871rn
indoors and outdoors all
over
Residence Phones ID 73691

or ID 7-3517 Florida, contains a powerful 24 Hour Heavy Duty Wrecker Service 0.. 7e.r _-1:10:

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REHEARSALS BEGIN The Arabs captured some Chinese What this country needs is
111 Bunnell School papermakers about the year good people, and you can do
( s FOR ST. AUGUSTINE 700 and soon began using paper your part along this line.
i OUTDOOR DRAMA Honor Roll For rather than vellum or parch
ment. Paper arrived in Sicily
(Continued from Faze 5) More than 100 persons from Sixth 6-Weeks about 1100 and in Spain around and
i Emery, Mr. and Mrs. Cliff Shef throughout Florida and the< 1150; it then spread to Germany, Income Bookkeeping Tax Service
field.Members United States arrived in St I (Continued from page 1) France, and Britain.
of the graduatingclass Augustine today to begin re Kathy Emery R. T. ShockneyP.
from Bunnell were Nea hearsals for this city's outdoo: Vicky King Exercise is what your friend O. Box 842
Atkinson, and Zachary Holland Ormond Beach Florida
drama, 'Cross and Sword. Tin liBHardinArthur should take to get rid of the
of Bunnell. Also a member of production's 1966 season continues McDaniel middle-age spread. Phone 677-4587

the Is a class nephew was Lew of Fortner Celia Lord whc, from fourth June, 28 nightly through except September Johnnie Diane Price Ruth Miller ..JO...."'.........". .................,,"..."',,"........................"."...."...,,",,".."..,,"."

Harold Emery, and Joyce Pat f Mondays. Linda Skolar FOR ALL HOURS-DAY OR NIGHT
rick. (His mother is the former About 85 of the arrivals will 12AGurneeSharon
Kate Lord of Bunnell). Also perform throughout the summer Abraham I
Dickey Irvin, a nephew of Mr. as Spanish soldiers French warriors Betty Lynn Bourne AMBULANCE
and Mrs. Irvin. Indians ''and settlers in this Belita Collins PHONE VAlley' 4 1625
SERVICE
story which re-enacts the foundIng Benton EisenbachMargaret ST AUGUSTINE, FLORIDA
OPEN HOUSE SUNDAYAT of St. Augustine In 1565 and Hoskins
METHODIST depicts the first two years of its 12B-R Brown Never be hesitant about calling a Garcia Ambulance. We

establishment. The remainderof Marilyn McNab are always at your service with promptness. safety and
PARSONAGEOpen the group will serve as stage Bill KurtzStanford experience.
personnel. The two-hour drama, Robertson
House will be held at
written by Pulitzer-prize win Brenda Tucker Equipped With Oxygen Resusitator and Inhalator
of the First
the New Parsonage
ning author Paul Green, takes Kay Weaver
Methodist Church of Bunnell,
place in an amphitheatre on Garcia Funeral HomeP.
404 Magnolia Avenue, on Sun
Island south of the
Anastasia ,
day afternoon, June 12. Calling major historic sector of St. Aug Paper was discovered in A. D. E. GARCIA, Licensed Funeral Director
hours will be from 2:30: to 5:00.: ustine. 105 by the Chinese Ts'ai Lun, but LADY ASSISTANTWheredoyawannago <
All members and friends of "skillful blendIng took centuries to reach the West. eJLMJLJLRJLJLJLJLMJLMJLJlCntTfVVVmmVmmifwmmw
Described as a
the church are cordially Invitedto --- -
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attend. of acting, singing, lighting, .
dancing, and scenic design,
"Cross and Sword" centers
CARD OF THANKSI around the character of city
would like to thank my wonderful founder Pedro Menendez, who ?
friends for the cards,
must head the task of fightingoff
flowers, visits and calls duringmy the French and hostile Indians .
stay In the hospital. I would to save St. Augustine and
also like to thank the Hospital hold it in the name of Spain.
Staff and Doctors for the wonderful Curtain time for "Cross and
DowntowIP to
care while I was there. I > ShOP'
Sincerely, Sword" Is 8:15: p. m. EST. k "

Luke Wells
and
modification Aircraft manufacturing is big business and down the street to the drive-in or .

Bunnell Methodist getting bigger In Florida. Employing !to ; t,1
nearly 2,000 workers, J .
Church the only actual aircraft manu .
facturing facility in the stateis ..
Rev. Oliver F. Taylor, Pastor at Vero Beach, but plants at Take off and travelS
The Time For Decision Fort Lauderdale and Sarasota
People are complaining they completely change and modify
do not get enough out of relig basic aircraft to make them
ion. In some sense everyone at safer, faster and better-appear--
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the things which are spirit SPECIAL HIGH SCHOOL .
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know the full values of it one Continued From Page 1
must take part in Christianity.The Physical Education, (Most Improved
problem seems to be wha ). Girls: Ruth Hunter,,
should the individual's responsebe Boys: Tommy Hargett and Ronnie .
In order to be a part of: Brock.
Christ's church. Today there han SCHOLARSHIP AID I

area of service for everyone 25.00 JT.. A. (Valedictorian)
who so desires. The worship -Elizabeth Bourne and Lewis I
service of the church Is where John Smigielski.
the church of Christ gets its Salutatorian's-Brenda Raye
direction for service In the Tucker 'and Margaret Cynthia I
world. This is a time for decision Hoskins.

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action. "Come, for all things are $200.00 Flagler County Country
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