The Flagler tribune

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The Flagler tribune
Place of Publication:
Bunnell Fla
Creation Date:
June 23, 1966
Publication Date:


Subjects / Keywords:
Newspapers -- Bunnell (Fla.) ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Flagler County (Fla.) ( lcsh )
newspaper ( sobekcm )
newspaper ( marcgt )
Spatial Coverage:
United States -- Florida -- Flagler -- Bunnell
29.4675 x -81.256944


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).

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Palm Coast news
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Members Receive .51.' Helps Develop

Service AwardsAt Harvest MachinesW.

the close of the 1965.66: W. (Billy) Deen, son of

school year, teachers with ten Mr. and Mrs. W. W. Deen, Sr.,
or more years of continuous working with two other agric-

County Service were presentedwith I cultural engineers are about to
certificates of service. Those it complete a machine for harvest.
receiving this award were: 'k ing celery.Mr. .

Mary Broadaway 14 years coun Deen, assistant agricul-
ty service. Total teaching time ::5' "EiML ral engineer with the Florida
25 years in home economics, Agricultural Experiment Stations

science, biology, girl's basketball told the American Societyof
coach and now librarian. Agricultural Engineers recently
Rosemary Iverson Brown, about the machine that cuts

county service 10 years, total and tops celery stalks, the workof
teaching time 12 years in elementary 20 laborers.

and now in home economics Other agricultural engineersin

biology and science. on the building of the machine
Theodore C. Hein, county service are Dr. J. F. Beeman and

10 years. Total teaching Lawrence N. Halsey, horticulturist
time 19 years in business edu with the explrement stations.

cation. Deen told the engineers that

Hazel Harrell Holland, county I 4 besides reducing labor, the machine
service 19 years. Total teachingtime could also be worked intoa

30 years in English, Spanish system for harvesting and

social studies, and now ele I _--_._ -..' ,. ....--.--.-.. -- '-.. ........_. ._,,__ eo .._ ___,_.'___.',,_, ... _'_. n..__'____"'" .._ handling fresh celery. The celery
mentary. crop represents nearly $19 mil
Laura S. Morris, county service Seated: Mrs. Frances Wads- er, Mrs. Viola Tonkin. Morris, Mrs. Mary' Broadaway, lion in Florida's farm income in
20 years. Total teaching worth, Mrs. Lucille Anderson,I Standing: Mrs. Oosemary Brown, I I Theo Hein, Mrs. Emma Murray, 1965.
time 22 years in English, his. Mrs. Myrtle Rice, Raymon Tuck. Mrs. Ruth Townsend, Mrs. Laura Walter Morris, Supt. Coy Harris. Deen also announced that

tory, girl's basketball coach and work Is progressing on an ex

now in elementary. Awards Bids LOCAL STUDENTS Legion Post perimental cabbage harvester,
Walter S. Morris Jr. Total City another project of the same three
teaching time 22 years in history LEAVE FOR TOUR InstallationMonday researchers. Field tests were
music, principal, acting SofteningPlant OF EUROPEIda made this spring on the one row,
football coach, and now county NightOfficers nonselective harvester. The celery
director of education. MaterialsBunnell Allen, Heidi Eisenbach,, I harvester was tested In
Emma H. Murray, 23 years City Commissioners and Albert Johnston all of Bun of Flagler Post 115, Gainesville and Belle Glade. The

teaching in English, history, awarded bids for the modification nell and students of the Daytona The American Legion, were in. cabbage harvester was tested In
elementary and now mathematics. I Beach Junior College, left this stalled Monday night at a meeting Hastings.
of chlorination facilities to
week to Join the American In. in the civic center building.
Wallace and Tierman for the
\ Viola Tonkta, ten years In I amount of 499.00 at the Monday ternational Academy Tour leaving Installing officer was Fifth District
county and total 33 years in New York Tuesday evening.The Commander Tommy Thompson Flagler Beach
night meeting. The electrical
English, Latin, physical education tour will take them, on a of Jacksonville.
bid awarded to J. E.
girl's basketball coach, was thirty day tour of Europe. Officers of the post who were Receives
Hawkins of Orlando for $1450.00.Other Principal
and now In elementary.Ruth About 160 students are takingthe Installed were: Floyd Hurl, commander .
Clegg Townsend, 10 Items were to be re-advertised Student Tour for college ; Chuck Missinne, 1st
Service Award
and let on the July 6
years in county and 12 years credit. vice commander; Victor Buckles,
meeting, were prestressed roof,
total teaching in English, home 2nd vice commander; Cora Buckles William E. Fennell Jr., Principal
economics, biology and now in pipe, valves and fittings.The Florida State Parks adjutant; Walter Morris, finance of the Flagler Beach Ele
Commission voted to hold
officer Walter Creal
elementary. ; mentary School was presentedwith
Frances Faulkner Wadsworth, the scheduled meeting for July IncreaseIn chaplain; A. M. McDaniel, his. a certificate of service at

15 years in the county, 27 years 4 on July 6.Vacationer. Getting torian; Raymond Smith, service the close of school for 10 yearsof

total teaching time in English, AttendanceA officer; Jack Abbott, sergeant-at- continuous county service. He

Spanish, elementary and now in Dies arms. has a total teaching service record

kindergarten. record number of tourists At the Installation from Jack of 16 years in English,
Teachers previously retired Of Heart AttackStanley continue to visit Florida State sonville beside Commander Spanish, Journalism, Social
and receiving awards were: Parks-with the heavy summer Thompson were: Irwin Grote, Studies, Elementary and now
Myrtle Gates Rice, 16 years in Kohunsky, 55 of South tourist season yet to be calcu George Derrick, district adjutant; Principal.Mr. .
county and a otal of 29 years in Gate, Michigan, was pronounceddead lated. Miss Lee Furglnson, district I Fennell, prior to arrivingin
elementary, English, mathematics on arrival at the Bunnell State Parks Director Bill Miller chaplain; Al Chamberlain of ; Florida, was assistant Prin
librarian and now school General Hospital Wednesday announced today that 4.7 Daytona Beach, district sergeant I I'at. cipal of Claxton High School in

board member. I I afternoon. million people have visited the -arms and Robert York, Or I Claxton, Georgia. He served on
Lucille Rexroat Anderson, 12 Mr.Kohunsky was vacationingat state's 51 operating state parks mond Beach, district historian.The I the faculty of Southwest High
years in the county with a totalof Pellican Beach Motel, North and historic memorials since installation ceremonieswere I School In Atlanta. He was supervising .

19 years in English, biology, AlA, when he suffered a heart last July, the beginning of the followed by the serving of.. teacher and instructor in
history, speech and librarian.Mrs. attack. He was carried by am State Park Board's fiscal year. a covered dish supper. Audio-Visual Aids at Georgia
Anderson now lives in Or- bulance to the hospital. The tourist total from July 1 State College For Women in
mond Beach with her husbandA. Among survivors are his wife, through May 31 showed 456,567 Mllledgevllle. He served In the

B. Anderson. Mrs. Susanna Kohunsky and a Increase over the same period United States Navy for two
School board members with 10 son, Stanley Jr., who were with last year--a boost of 10 per cent. Benton F. Clifton years and two months during
years or more of continuous him at the time. He was a steel So far, 19 state parks and his. World War II.
service included: worker. tonic memorials already have Presented GiftsBenton lie holds the Bachelor's and

David Harold Emery, contin I The body was forwarded to exceeded their total 1964.65 at F. Clifton Jr., Principalof Masters Degree of Education,
uous school board service, 19 South Gate for services and interment tendance. graduating from Emory University
the Bunnell High School for
years. by Craig Funeral Homeof Hugh Taylor Birch State Parkin the past two years was honoredby In 1952.Talent .
Raymon F. Tucker, 14 years I Bunnell. Fort Lauderdale leads in attendance members of the faculty and
continuous service. figures with 884,262 so
the cafeteria staff last week.
Retiring school board mem PLANS TO ATTEND far this fiscal year. Second It St. The faculty presented him Show By
bers receiving certificates were: I Andrews State Park near Pana
VFW STATE MEETIN with a attache case. The cafe.
Herschel C. King, cumulative Little Theatre
ma City Beach with 483,063. I teria staff gave him a fountain
school board service, 11 years. DAYTONA Bulow Sugar Ruins near Bun ,:pen and a poem written by the I
James E Crews, 4 years con nell 20,405 Cedar Key, 22,358; AfternoonThis
'' There will be a delegation ; I staff, as farewell gifts. Friday
tinuous school board service. Tomoka near Ormond Beach,
I from the VFW Post 5213 attending Friday afternoon, June
124,685; Washington Oaks Gardens Mr. Clifton resigned as principal
the State Convention of the In 24th at 2 m. as part of the
HEARINGS FOR NEW near Marlneland 24,697. j to accept a position p.
PROPERTYSET Veterans of Foreign Wars at the Tallahassee with the State De Little Theatre program, they
FOR THIS WEEK I Daytona Plaza Thursday thru Alaska Is the "global center"of partment of Education as a will have a Talent Show. It will
Sunday. in the Bunnell High
the United States, says the Health Consultant. He will serve
representative of the H. L. ,, Those planning to attend include National Geographic Society. I. on the Medical Advisory Committee School Auditorium and all par.

Yoh Company said today the the new Commander, Danny Kodiak Island, southwest of the to the State Departmentof ents and friends are Invited to
personal property valuation notices Johnston, T. A. Jones and State attend.
Education and the
Alaska mainland, Is !the centerof
haev been mailed out. The Raymond Smith, and several the smallest circle that can Board of Health. Ills office will Anyone interested In participating
hearings will be held Wednes others. call the School,
in please
be drawn to Include all the be in the Knott Building
day, Thursday and Friday of 437.3262 before Friday noon.
Tallahassee. Mr. Clifton
states and the various territories ,
this week. one who did not receive a noticeis
and such as Guam,I been Supervising Principal at I
asked to call the H. L. Yoh
He said the personal property Bunnell High School for the Each spring Is the most beau.
American Samoa, and the Pacific
at the Courthouse for
notices have been mailed out Company all.
I tiful of
i i two
Trust Territories. past years.
their appraised
for businesses and farms. Any-


TWO. Thursday, June 23

BUNNELL HIGH SCHOOL GRADUATING CLASS, 1966 I IIL IM Subscribe$2.50 A to Year The ttagler In Advance Tribune

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!I \ 710-12 Lemon St"Palatkl

!, Florida
1 Phone EA 5.9166

Furnltu"S Upholstering
Repaired & Refinished

Mattresses & Box Springs

I Made \o Order. Also Renovated
Y I Call Laura Morris .437-3233

I After 6:00 P. M.



Just as near as your
Phone or Post Office

I Drop Us A Card or Call

Free Pick-up & Delivery

1 I -
VoileIs I hereby given that th
\ Hoard of County Commissioners of
.. I Flwglei County Florida will re-
II i-i'lvt sealed bids until the 5th day
of July, 1966, at the hour of 9:00A. :
II :1. In the office of the CU-rk of
LI'First I th.' (circuit Court In the Flaglei
i i'nuntCourthouse, Bunnell. FlorIda -
for the following:
I Approximately I 16,000 gallons of
i Gasuline I; regular grade In bulk
i Approximately lIone of
I 2l 0UI't
in .
Diesel! Fuel No.
i 650 gallons of Dl.'
Approxlmtely -
__, -J ___.11t_ gel Motor Oil (MSDG-DM) In ;5
gallon cans.Approximately.

Row: Rabeth Hersey, Faye Second Row: Susan McMillan, Herr, Bill Kurtz, Mike Tidwell I- George Jarosz, Benton Eisen- Oil SAE 30 (MSDG 250) In gallons 1 quart Motor ting

Durrance, Marilyn McNab, Elizabeth Margie Blakely, Jeana Lovelace, David Spivey, Larry Cox, Jerry bach, Lewis Smigielskl, Pat Approximately 60 gallons Motor
Oil, SAE 10 Non-detergent In I 5 gal-
Allen, Sharyn Abraham, Judy Dunson, Donna Akins, Bell Smith, John Waterman, Richard Barrow, Stanford Robertson.Not lon cans.

Marilyn McFarland, Carol Pache, ta Collins, Kay Weaver, Bren- May, Mike Mandeville. Pictured: Brenda Tucker, Approximately Lube,I multi-purpose 450 pounds, in 25-35 Chassis Ib

Margaret Hoskins, Sherry Har- da Murray, Kerri Abraham, Sue Fourth Row: Bobby Durrance, Robert McDaniel, Stuart Rockett, palls.Approximately.

gett, Myrlene Henry, Betty Lynn Deen. Vernon May, Jimmy Bratcher, Ed Schatz. Lube multi-purpose 1,600, in pounds drums Gear of

Bourne. Third Row: Fred Harris, TommyThe Martin Tucker, Mack Pellicer about 100 lbs., or equivalent of all
the above specifications.
Above quantities are estimated
Law EnforcementWill Association emphasizedthat I left without communication and general public to report suspicious to represent requirements for one

the real victim in these electric service because of the I activities to their local law cover(1) year.a period Bids of therefore one, year, must from

thefts is the general public. In I activity of the copper thieves. enforcement and generally to the date of acceptance, and must
CrackdownOn I be submitted on prescribed bid
numerous cases they have been The Association appealed to the support this program. forms. These forms may be obtained -
at the Clerk's Office on request
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TheftsThe Prices to be F. O. B. Bunnell and
Copper deliveries to be made as needed.
Envelopes must be sealed and
Florida Utilities Security plainly marked "Bids on Gasoline,
Association, organized earlier etc The Board reserves the right to

this year by the telephone, reject any and all bids
Hated at Bunnell Florida, this
electric and railroad utilities in 10th day h Dneh.19CKER
: ,
Florida, met in Orlando Mondayfor Chairman Board of County

the purpose of finalizing a Commissioners.

program which will intensifythe laughs thanks ATTEST E. A. S: IYTnE, Clerk
June 16-23 2tc.
Association's efforts to have ,

copper thieves identified, apprehended IS TIn COURT OF THE COUNTY
and prosecuted.The news views PI.OIUDA, IV I'ltOIIATE.
Association was formedas I IN HE: ESTATE OF
a result of the alarming increase Deceased
in copper thefts over the ; HAVING CLAIMS OR DEMANDS -
pase several years. Several committees
previously appointed to smiles styles You and each of you are hereby
notified and required to present any
study the various aspects of the claims I and demands which you, or
theft problem made recommendations either of you. may have against
giggles dates the estate of Stanley L. Farnsworth -
which are expected, deceased, late of said County -
to the County Judge of Flag-
among other things, to establish ler County, Florida, at his office
security programs in coordination cheers tears In the court house of said Countyat
Bunnell. Flagler County, Florida,
with the local law enforcement within six calendar months from
the time of the first publication of
agencies and the favors funnies facts. thin notice. Two copies of each
Florida Sheriff's Bureau. The claim or demand shall be In writ
ing, and shall of
Association is already employ residence and post etfleaJec8es of

ing the latest alarm and tech All by phone.What the claimant, and shall be sworn
to bv the claimant, his agent or
nical devices in its efforts to attorney and accompanied by &
Sling fee of one dollar and such
thwart the thieves. ( else that costs so little gives you so much pleasure?) claim be void.or demand not BO filed shall
laws researched
Existing being
/sEdna F. Farnsworth
with a view toward more As administrator of the Estate of
As executor of the Last Will and
severe criminal penalties for Testament ofStanley

stealing copper materials. It is deceased.L. Farnsworth

not generally known that, in addition First publication June Uth. 1966.
June 1, 4tc
16 23 30. July
to state and local laws,

the tampering with many electric IV TIIK TOTY JIIJC.K" COURT,
ann communication facilities FLORID IV 1MIOUATH
i :><>. MS
involve violators of
can IN RE: Estate ofVINNIE
Federal laws. : WILSON Deceased.
t .VOTH'K TO ('IU UlTon"
The Association was most All creditors of the estate of
gratified by the cooperation of VINNIE WILSON: deceased are
hereby notified and required to file
law enforcement throughoutthe any claims or demands which they
may have against said estate in
state and have pledged the office of the county judge ofFlagler
their full support for a massive County, Florlcfa, In the
courthouse at Bunnell Florida,
crackdown on copper thieves. In within six calendar months from
return the members of the Association the date of the first publicationof
this notice. Each claim or demand -
voted unanimously to h L ti:,rY must be In writing and must
state the place of residence and
vigorously assist the all out post-office address of the claimantand
must be sworn to by the
campaign. 111111I ..a.. claimant his
; ; : agent, or his attorney
or It will become void accord
ing to law.
June 23rd, 1966.
Executor of the Estate of
I First publication on June 23, 1966.
ROAD SERVICE rL June 23-30 & July 7.14-4tc

Mechanica' Work .
Phone 437-3441 B&.nIU A a:.: rJao TY.IV AND FOR FLAOLRH COUN
CA K VO. Mini
r IN ItS: Estate of
Olfjr tflanlrr\ Sribunr TO ALL PERSONS INTERESTED

DUNNELL FLORIDA You are hereby notified that ,i
written Instrument purporting to
be the Last Will and Testament of
MRS. M B. FULLER P.dltorDesignated ii.t44: said decedent has been admitted
to probate In this court. You are
newspaper far mil hereby commanded within six calendar
Legal Advertising months from the date of the
first publication of this notice to
appear In this court and show
Entered as second class matter cause, It any you can whY the
February t. Ill, at the post- Bald action ot this court in admitting
office at Bunnell Florida under Will to probate should stand
unrevoked.S .
*ct of March 9. 1871 @ Southern Bell / / T. K. MCKNIGHT.

County Judge.
0.. year ..._..---.fine Date *flbfi Florida
Six matks -.. .-I.25 of / : June
June 231306& July 7.U4tcPAGE




q in 47wida ature is above 85 degrees. I
I Keep an eye peeled for Geor I
gia thumpers ( ) Quantity Rights
(By Hezvey Sharp) I katydids and graSShOpperS'j WE GIVE Reserved

Gardenias are like jokes- These pests are leaf chewers. I M E T TS *.*
both tend to get smutty. Some of these are night eaters. PRICES GOOD

Even If you oppose cleaningup They hide in the ground mulch I TOP Thurs., Fri., Sat.,
Jokes, remember smutty gardenias by day and rasp away on the
are no laughing matter. ornamentals by night. I VALUE SUPER MARKET Monday
Like telling a Joke you've got \ June 23, 24, 25
to- build up to the punch-line. Chlordane will kill the hop and 27th
So, before the smut, let's talk pers along with several kinds of ST AMPS 103 SOUTH RAILROAD ST.
about whiteflies. beetles. Spray the ground as well Tel. 437-3201

Whiteflies, if they reproduce as the plant for complete con

accoring to schedule, will soon trol.
become a problem on gardenias, Summer is lay-by time for U. S. ChoiceCHUCK
liqustrums and other ornament. many gardeners. That is, let

als. One way of checking for an part of the garden area rest. RO ASr 47
Rather than let the bleach
infestation limb of a build-up suspected is to plant.shakea If I the soil Into a sand dune sun plant I ................_-:-................... .

a cloud of whiteflies rises from the plot to a cover crop.A I u. S. Choice
the leaves, the answer is ob
will Increase i
legume cover
vious. the nitrogen supply in the soil. CHUCK ST EAI.
For whitefly control, Entomologist
James Brogdon with the Crotalarla or cowpeas are two ............................._..................Lb.
excellent summer green-manure
Agricultural Extension Service, I crops which will check weed
Mix I Lean Juicy (Boneless)
says use a malathion spray. I growth and give the garden a

2 teaspoons malathion of 57 per percent gallon emulsified of neat will produce appearance.a yellow The canopy crotalaria of AL L-M EAT STEW. 69

water. blossoms this fall. ...................__............... .
Sooty mold on leaves of ornamentals If you plant compeas, be sure
is associated with to choose a mematode-reslstant Lean TastyPORK
whiteflies. The unsightly black variety such as Iron or Brabham.
smut is a fungus that thrives on Summer Chores STEAKS
excretions from immature whiteflies
and: Two chores which cannot be .....................................................u,.
asphlds mealybugs avoiled during hot weather are
soft skales. Controlling the insects .
mowing the lawn and shearingthe Florida
Grade "A"
usually prevents the black hedge. Both Jobs have to be

mold. tackled when the plant growth
The ladies' long-standing cure demands it. STEWING HENS. 29

for sooty mold is a frequent dash Lawn grass allowed to grow .................................................u,.

of soapy use an dish oil water.emulsion Men spray.preferto too Also tall, delayed is likely cutting to go will to leavea seed. (Ready To Cook) Cui-up 5 Lb. Bags $1.49World's

Caution: Don't apply oil spraysto harmful layer of clippingsthat
tender plants if the temperTOHNSTON shade the remaining
leaves. Belt Lean Meaty (Beef)

? Sheared hedges which are allowed GROUND BEEF lb. Lb.
to become shaggy before 2 9ge RIBS 45e
being clipped must be pruned
extensively. Therefore, large
WATER FRONF, FARMS, Maxwell House Northern Kraft 32 oz.
stems are cut and bare areas
ACREAGE show on the hedge surface. The (ReI. or Drip) (Assorted Colors) ALL PURPOSE
lee u* for your real estate needs
best answer to trimming hedges
Office Phone HE 9.2242 COFFEE TISSUE OIL
and mowing lawns during the
Residence Phones ID 7-3691
summer is to tackle the Job often
L.b. Roll '
or ID 7-3517 32 oz.
............ and trim a little at a time. Tan 47e Ie Bottle 47d
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Limit 1 with $5.00 or Limit 4 with $5.00 or Limit 1 with $5.00 or
or more food order more food order
more food order

I CLAASDSIED General Foods Kraft (Salad Dressing) OMAHA (Long Grain)


LUtUg* uadcr ..1. .e.i... are a ccata per were .ck i...n....
TWO CLEAN ROOM APART- I I BOAT FOR SALE-16 foot Ly- 12 :k::. 45e Qtr S7e Bag. 4ge

MENT FURNISHED, $23.00 a I'man with 35 HP Mercury motor Limit ((12)) Please Limit (1)) Please Limit (1) Please
month plus utilities; will lease
and homemade trailer. $400.00.
lot on AlA ready for trailer with
Can be seen at Leslie Watermanat
utility room. $5.00 per month. first place south of school on l'' ASSORTED FLAVORS Morton' 20 Oz.
Phone 4392159. June 23, Itc
Flagler Avenue. Flagler Beach. J ELL 0

BABY CRIB AND MATTRESS, 623ltc. Jf (Apple Peach Cherry)
$12.50. Free delivery. Jerry's LOSE WEIGHT safely with lOc
Furniture and Appliance. Old Dex-A-Diet Tablets. 98c at
Dixie Highway, 2 miles south of Moody's Pharmacy. June Only 9, 12tp EARLY WEEK limit (4) Please FRUIT PIES
4373752. 6.23.1tc
Korona. Phone I

IRONING AT MY HOME. Pickup I lots ATTENTION on North BUILDERS-9 Daytona Avenue nice SPECIALS EVE FRESH 3 For 9ge

and deliver, resonable rates. (Twin Pkg.)
I for sale. Low down payment
Call 4373408. June 23'ltp.i with release clause. B. A. Bol- NEXT ONLYD POTATO =
FEMALE HELP WANTED-Box,.I ton, P. O. Box 718, St. Augus-
86 Flagler Beach. Phone 439.2359 tine, Florida. Phone 824-308 CHIPS SO FREt:

June 23, Itc. June 9.4tp 1
FOR SALE OR RENT 3-bed- FOR RENT-2 BEDROOM DUPLEX Pkg. 49c With purchase of

room home, living, dining and Apartments, carport. Coupon good toward pur- 6 Pkg. (16 Cz.) carton of
Florida rooms, furnished. 2 car Screen porches, one completely chase of ((2) 12 oz. pkgl. Diet Rite 0 aCopeland'
garage. Call 437.3865 or contact furnished, 1 partly furnished. Wieners JIF Coupon VOid After

George English June 232tp. Phone 4373304. 69tf. Coupon Good Tuesday, (Smooth or Crunchy) Monday, June 27, 1966

FOR SALE FEDDERS WINDOW BIG! AKC Reg. German Shepherds and Wednesday, PEANUT .
airconditioner, 4 room capacityin I born March 14 and 21. Direct June 28 and 29 ulJmmo: a.IA'u.
excellent condition. Mrs. descendents of Bin Tin Tin D =u a
Charles Tonkin. Call between of T. V. fame and German Im BUTTER SO FREE

10 and 12 a. m. and 4 and 6 p. m. ports. Sliver or black and tan, 15 12 Or
Phone 4392095. J une 23-ltc $75 to $125. Terms available. Jar 39,... TOP VALUE STAMPS
Free delivery. George J. Nickel,' With purchase of
WAITRESSES WANTED for 629 Goodwin Ave., New Smyrna Coupon chase good of toward pur(1)( ) Broom
morning and afternoon shifts. Beach. Phone 427.1788 after 5 Ground BeefPRODUCE or Mop
Windmill Restaurant, Highway p. m. or weekends. June 2, 4tc Coupon Void After
June 232tp. Coupon good Tuesday,
1 North. 1966
June 27
LIKE TO FISH?-Come to Pelll- and Wednesday, FRESH CRISP Monday' ,
GOOD USED TOILET-Reason- cer Fish Camp. Boats, bait, tackle June 28 and 29
able. Ironer good for motel use, camping and picnic area. 11"""'"""""" '" -'WUiI",, II' .IIiI:
$35.00. Dixlana Motel. Phone Under new management. Richard Head
4373685. June 23-ltp. and Wilda. 4-28-tf 2'1 1ge SO FREE

FOR SALE-Trailer, 43 feet In SINGER sewing machines. New Coupon good toward pur- TOP VALUE STAMPS

length, with carport, workshopand used repairs. Call Bob French, chase 2 Lb. Fresh Home FRESH SWEET With purchase of
living room, bed room and 253.4541 Daytona collect. Made Pure Pork Sausage ((1)) IA Cal
Workshop practicallynew PEACHES Ice Milk
breezeway. Big Scoop
water 100x100. Located SEPTIC TANK Cleaning; drain Coupon good Tuesday,
good I and Lb Coupon Void After
Installed Rota-Roter snail Wednesday,
south of Marine fields ; 45e
5 Monday, June 27, 1966
shell. Reasonable prices. Call June 28 and 29
Studios. R. A. Kellogg, Phone
4392196. 623.2tp I George Jarosz, 437.3410 81tfI


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of Miss Jo Anne Wilson -
will be happy to hear that
she is recovering very satisfactorily .
iI after undergoing open
heart surgery last Thursday at
the J. Hillis Miller Hospital in
Gainesville. Miss Wilson, who
H will be a Junior at Bunnell High
I next fall is the daughter of Mr.
iJj and Mrs. Bernie Wilson of 1010S.

Daytona Ave. and the granddaughter .
of county commissioner
George Wickline.
4' r
II I Books Are My DishBy

Dorothy Homans

I Mrs. Skippy Novick, a member
of the Flagler Woman's Club
I who gives an afternoon a week

to the Flagler Library, is back
from the hospital we are glad to
say. Another volunteer at the
Library from the Flagler Worn-
an'c Club is Mrs. Anita Hirst.
She says that her son who is
..aaAar.. r4.t _Yn 11a ri 9 P tis.
--- -- now living at Daytona Beach

Row: Steve Jelinek, Dan I Rawlins, David Miller, Kay Pea' Sheeler, Lee Strickland, Ginger Owen, Sue Ellen Seale, Principal has brought down a lot of the
I Bubba Hutcheson. Miller Missinne Charlotte W. E. Fennell. family books. We are waiting for
Roberson, Mary Ann Kurtz, Terry I vey, Bobby I
McNitt, Patty Meekins, Mike Back Row: Gus Burns, Pam Dodimead, Stella Weaver, Judy their arrival armed with book
pockets and a bottle of glue. We
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GAMES PARTY AT I METHODIST CHURCH .' Mrs. Essie James and Miss might say here that Mr. RalphK.
:Jfafer2earl WOMAN'S CLUB NEWS Alla James from Enterprise, Hirst helps keep up the
Last week's winner at the Rev. and Mrs. Reynold Hoover Alabama arrived last Thursdayto amount of books given out by
games party at the Flagler will be on leave until Septemberwill spend the weekend. Mrs. devouring anyone about that
RECEPTION WILL Woman's Club was Miss Eleanor be on leave until September. James is the mother in law and blount instrument and who killed .
HONOR McCABE'S50th Shill. Other winners and playerswere They are visiting their son, I Miss James the sister in law of who.
Charlotte and Eddie Dod Bill, in Hartford, Conn. and I Mr. Richard Shill, a brother of New books on growing indoor
imead, Pam Sheeler, Janet from there the two families will Henry Shill. plants and flowers are here so
Honoring Mr. and Mrs. CharlesE. Haines, Suellen Seale, Mr. and visit the Maritime Provinces in why not get an indoor plant
McCabe on their 50th Wedding Mrs. R. K. Hirst, and Mrs. V. W. Canada and other places too then stop in at the Library and
Anniversary, Mr and Mrs. I Haines. Games begin at 7:30: numerous to mention. While the look at our garden shelf. A winter .
James D. Lacy of Cocoa will each Thursday evening with re Hoovers are away Rev. E. Les. II. visitor, Mrs. Arthur Woodcock
have a reception on July 3, 1966 freshments also served for the ter Stanton will occupy the pul sent us down from Michigan .
from 2 until 4 p. m. at the Wom small donation asked. The pub. pit thru the third Sunday in PEHEWYOURDRIVER'S a box of books. In it a six
an's Club, Flagler Beach. lic is invited to attend this pro. July, after which Dr. Dallas LICENSE '.h' volume set of short stories. The
Mrs. Lacy will be assisted by ject of the Club. Browning, of Ormond Beach, DURING YOUR Harold Massies gave a book in
her two sisters, Mrs. Frances Tel. 672.1759, will preach thru BIRTH MONTH. memory of Mrs. Lester Sheeler,
Broughton of Cocoa Beach and I Recent company of Mr. and August.Mr. THIS GREEN WORLD by Rutherford .
Mrs. Veronica Crews of Eau 1 Mrs. Lee Bourne and family was Stanton's sermon subjectfor Subscribe to The Hogler-!Tribun Plat, 34th edition and win

Gallie, Mrs. Sue Splvey' and Mrs. Mr. and Mrs. Robert H. Clark June 26, will be: "The Landof $2.50 A Year In Advance ner of the John Burroughs
Marie Brede of Flagler Beach. i and son, Steve from East Point, Beginning Again." Medal Award. A beautiful book.
Neighbors and friends 'are i Ga., and Mr. and Mrs. Willis This week Mr. Stanton will be
cordially invited to attend. I Brackett from Riverdale, Ga. in Camp with the Boy Scouts, at

Mrs. Clark is the sister of Mrs. Camp Lanoche, until Saturday FIFTH ANNIVERSARY PARTY
Guests of Mr. and Mrs. R. K. Bourne and the daughter of Mrs. afternoon.
Hirst Friday, were his brother Fred League, who resides with Church school time is at 9:45a. : JUNE
and sister in law, Mr. and Mrs. the Bournes, and Mrs. BrackettIs m. and morning worship at SUNDAY 26th
Carroll Hirst of Leesburg. the daughter of Mrs. Clark. 11 o'clock with Rev. E. Lester MUSIC BY
Stanton delivering the sermon.
The Methodist Youth Fellow. DON THIBAULT TRIO
ship meets each Sunday eveningat
BUFFET 3 TO 7 You'all Come
6:30. Next
will collect food for the Mother Evelyn's Bar and RestaurantHIGHWAY
Hunt Orphanage in Daytona
Beach. Everyone is invited to AlA 5 Miles South of Marineland
contribute. Call any of the MYF
members for collection. .


Prodigal Son" will be the themeof

LATEX PAINT-lnierior-Exterior the message brought by Rev.R. .
W. Dickert at the morning
worship service, beginning at 11
Satisfaction Guaranteed Or Money Refunded o'clock Sunday morning. Sunday _

School session begins at 9.45: I I
with classes for all ages. The
3 Gallons $5.00
ladies of the church are remind.
ed of the Guild meeting to be
held Thursday, June 30 at 2 p.
6 Gallons $9.50 I m. '

Mr. and Mrs. Glen Chase and
children from Orlando visited
Nationwide Paint FactoriesR.
with Mr. and Mrs. Henry Shill .
last Saturday. Mrs. Chase, who .y w

V. YEOMANS -- Over 35 Years In Paints is the niece of Mrs. Shill, will
move to Flagler Beach soon with
her three children while her husband .
677-8020 677-8929
is in Viet Nam.
Mrs. Hal Ashley and sons,)
Corner Hand Ave. and U. S. 1 Johnnie and Scotty, arrived last' Absolutely Guaranteed Against
week from Miami to spend the
summer visiting with her parents Any Way You Tear Them Up
Mr. and Mrs. T. D. Wellsof


Mr. and Mrs. E. L. Hirst and
R. CRAIG. Funeral Director COME IN
sons, Charles and Allan, of
JOHN CAPO. Manager Denver, Colo., were overnight
guests of Mr. and Mrs. R. K. BUY 'EM BY THE TRUCK LOAD!
LADY Hirst last week. They have recently
AMBULANCES Shores Cottages in Daytona
Shores and are not residing POP'S SINCLAIRBUNNELL
Phone ID 7-3532 there. Their son, Allan remained

201 E. MOODY BLVD. BUNNELL. FLORIDA with his grand parents for a FLORIDA Phone 437.3738PAGE
I visit of several days.

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LOCALS I Merchants 'tb.

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I MRS. MAUDE HOLLAND Amy and Pam White of Holly !
Hill, S. C., visited here recently i Lean Western I
HONORED ON 83rd I w1
with relatives which Included
ANNIVERSARYMrs. the Joe Brock family, Evelyn PORK STEAKS I
White, Fred White and the I
Maude Holland was hon. Shamblen family.Mrs. lb. Sge
ored on her 83rd birthday anni t I
versary by members of her family O. C. Shelton and three I I Ii I
last Thursday afternoon. children of Ocala were guests of I
Birthday cake and ice cream her parents, Mr. and Mrs. Eddie I
was served to those present Irwin, during the past weekend. ,
which included her children and I

grand children. Also presentwere Mrs. George Moody Jr., and I CHUCK ROAST lb. 49
Mrs. Nellie Tweed, Margaret Mrs. P. A. Edmonson are on a
Taylor and Katherine Mentz- camping trip to Juniper Springs. I!i
They have with them their !
nar.Her daughter Mrs. Oveida i grand children, Brad Ward and i
Geibert and her sister in law, Karen Massey. lb. 59
Mrs. Daphne Deen of Jackson 1
ville, also came to spend the I I Pat Niesen,' daughter of Mr. !i
day with her. I and Mrs. Clarence H. Niesen and
:her girl friend, Joan Harris, left I ALL MEAT STEW lb. 69<
ARP HOSFORD last week on a vacation In New
Jersey and New York City where
they will visit relatives. From
ANNOUNCEDV there they will go to Cape Cod, Drummer Boy ((14 to 16 lb. Avg.) (HALF OR WHOLE)
Massachusetts to visit former
and Mrs. James F. Arp friends from Florida
college girl lb.
announce the marriage of their State University before returning SMOKED HAM 59
daughter, Judy Fay, to A/1C to their home in St. Peters. I
John Brice Hosford Jr., on Saturday !
the eleventh of June nine burg. Fresh Florida Grade "A" D & D 2.2i/2 IB. Avg.) (CUT TO ORDER)

teen hundred sixty six.
The ceremony was performedat Mr. and Mrs. Tommy Durranceand
t wo o'clock in the afternoonat daughters, Rebecca and lb. 31
the base Chapel, Cigli Air Leona Ann, have returned home FP
Force Base, Turkey.The from a vacation spent in Boone
bride is a native of Ten. and Blowing Rock, N. C. They
nessee and is presently residingat were accompanied there by Mrs. 1
Cigli Air Force Base with her Leona Knight. During their stay Hunt's 20 oz. Bottle
parents. they visited points of Interest in Ea. Joe Grain's Fresh Florida Grade "A"
i The bridegroom is the son of the area. SMALL
Mr. and Mrs. J. B. Horford of
Bunnell and is presently station. Mrs. Tom Pinner and children, Miracle Whip Qt. Jar EGGS
ed with the Air Force in Cigli Douglas and Vivian, of Miami, SALAD Ea.
Turkey. He is a graduate of the I were weekend guests at the L. DRESSING 4ge Doz. $< rOO
Bunnell High School. He has I L. Brannam home. They were I 4
been stationed in Turkey abouta Joined Monday by Rev. Pinner
Swift' 12 Can Limit 4 with food order
year. and they Journeyed to Jackson. oz. $5.00 or more

The couple being Americans ville to visit with relatives. CORNED BEEF Ea. 4ge
stationed in Turkey had to have
the Turkey Civil wedding ceremony Arriving this week for a visit New 22 oz. Bottle
on June 9th, before the with her parents, Mr. and Mrs. INFINITE Ea.
religious ceremony on June 11. A. G. Bradley, are Mr. and Mrs.
W. S. Brannon of Tuson, Arizona. FLO CANESUGAR
MEADOWS ENGLISHOf Also with them are their child. DAIRY SPECIAL -
I ren, Nancy and Mike.
interest to their friends is I Sunnyland 1 lb. Solids
the announcement of the mar Mr. and Mrs. Andrew Zalewski: 5 lb. 29C Iba.
riage of Betty Meadows to have as their house guests their Bag OLEO Z 39C

George English on June 8, 1966. son and his family, Mr. and Mrs. Limit 1 with $5.00 or more food order
The couple were married in a Richard Zalewski and three FROZEN FOODS _
quiet ceremony in the County children, of Indianapolis, Ind.
Judges Office with Judge T. K. I This week they were Joined by Red & WhiteLEMONADE 6 oz. Can
McKnight officiating in the cere I Mrs. Zalewski for a tour of the FRESH PRODUCE Ea. i0BANANAS

mony. southern part of the state, in. Golden Ripe
The couple are both residentsof cluding Ft. Myers, Sarasota and
Bunnell and are presently residing Miami. lb. fOe
in the McKenzie Trailer PILLSBURY

Park, Bunnell.
Mrs. Anna Jarosz had as her FLOUR
ROYAL NEIGHBORS house guests over the weekend, OKRA lb. 29C
TO MEET MONDAY her son, Joseph Jarosz and
WITH MRS. TUCKER daughter, Barbara, of Dearborn, I Green 5 &. 29C

The Royal Neighbors will meet Michigan.Miss I lb. Limit 1 with $5.00 or more food order
Monday evening with Mrs. Liz PEANUTS 230
zie Tucker at her home, Deen Sara Rodgers arrived
Road. This will be a business last week from Soeul, Korea .r.
and social meeting. for a visit with her parents, Mr.
and Mrs. A. C. Rodgers. She is ri1ioo 50
Mr. and Mrs. Leonard Moody a member of a faculty at one of IiiI I I Iwith
and daughter Lee, of Alexandria the U. S. schools on the military
Va., arrived last Wednesday base. *
night to visit with relatives.Mr. with coupon & purchase< coupon & purchase with coupon & purchase

Moody returned to Alexandria Mr. and :Mrs. Lee Mercer attended of (1) BROOM of ((1)) 10 oz. Can of (1) 24 oz. Bottle
by plane Sunday' to begina the Old Timers meetingof OR MOP J WAX CRISCO OIL
five weeks session at Gulf Life Insurance agents
Void After void after
Coupon Void After Coupon Coupon
the Maryland University. Mrs. during the past weekend. >
Moody and Lee will attend the Monday, June 27, 1966 Monday, June 27, 1966 Monday, June 27, 1966
Intelligent adults are kind to ,,
NEA meeting in Miami and visIt -

I here before returning home. the children ..--in life....


Flower ShopAcross .

from Pier, Flagler Beach

Telephone 439-2114 8:00 a.m.-1:00 p.m.
Quantity Rights Reserved Prices Good June 23, 24, 25, 26 and 27, 1966

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I more severe winters and cooler Finally the grandpas of tomorrow still too early to tell how well p. m. to see the results first
Too Late summers for some time. The i will have to learn a new I this will work when comparedto hand.
I world is getting colder and line. Instead of boasting' how the WH-30 plant growth reg _
wetter. cold the winters used to be, they I ulator. ,

To Classify A century ago we emergedfrom i will have to recall how hot the I Actual comparison tests are I O. F. ALTORD
I the Little Ice Age and it( summers were.Professor I being made at the University's Registered
uy Ruitell Kotr Hurd Willett meteorologist Suwannee Valley Experiment
milder most of I
I has been getting
: the time since. Rising temperatures of the Massachusetts Institute I Station near Live Oak and those Real Estate BrokerBunnelL
Considering the crazy times muchin of Technology contends interested are invited to visit
rose four as Florida
patterns that have afflicted the the artic as near the equatorand that the colder, wetter weather j I the station on June 24th at 2
country in the past year or so
will continue through the year .
has been rising all over the 1--" ----- --- --
one might assume that Mother artlc 1990. Tropical disturbances will I
North Atlantic. The pack
Nature has gone stark staring hundreds of miles. again move west originating in II
nuts and ought to be placed in receded the Gulf rather than the Atlantic I
institution. Now the cycle is changing and
a mental and moving north to the west OCEAN PALM
Hurricanes, ice snow, tornadoes we are entering a period of rather than the east of Florida.
cooler weather that will be experienced
and excessive heat occur- i The recent weather patternsseem
ing at the wrong place at the in both Europe 'and I
to bear this out with se
America. Climatologists point to I COUNTRY CLUBSUBDIVISION
wrong time from coast to coast vere weather in the north at the
and border have the old weather previous low temperature cycles I same time that Hurricane Alma & GOLF COURSE
apple cart not only upset but in the following years, 1550, 1790 traveled up the Florida West i
turned topsy-turvy. and 1812. For 30 years before I I Coast.
To the layman it doesn't makea 1790 it had been quite warm in i CHOICE HOMESITES ..
bit of sense. We are inclinedto Europe while lower temperatures
blame it on everything from lagged behind in America. I 100 YDS. FROM OCEAN & BEACH
the atomic bomb to the war in Another period of cold ran from New ChemicalFor
Viet Nam. But scientists try to 1870 to 1910 in the United I ON THE FAIRWAYS

comfort us with assurance thatit States. Tobacco x : ; ON INTERCOASTAL
is all normal and natural and Bruce Frisch, writing in Science r-
controlled by cycles. Digest, tells us that in the future I Sucker ControlThe WATERWAYS
They tell us that the jet airline pilots will have to
hitch ride use of a new chemical "MARINA PRIVILEGES k kR
stream, that powerful upper fly further south to a I I
flow has changed its loca on the Jet stream. Ship captainswill may eliminate costly hand re-
tion. It marks the southern have to watch out for Ice 1 movel of tobacco sucker buds. I I LOT SIZES FROM 80' x 100'SPECIAL

boundary of the polar air mass bergs that have almost vanished I Industry and Extension per.
which expands when it is cool from the sea lanes to Europe.
sonnel recently showed growers I !!
and contracts when It is warm. Birds and animals that moved
how a new chemical called Pe-
The change of the Jet stream north with the warm era, will r '
nar might result in more effective FREE MEMBERSHIP TO
is to return south again as glaciers
they say causing us experience
control of tobacco suckers.
cooler summers and colder grow and sea temperatures drop. J ;
The demonstration was held at 0
winters. It The growing season will become
seems we Membership Good
the University of Florida's new INITIATION FEES
reaching the end of a warm cyI I shorter and so will the ice-free Tobacco Research Unit 12 miles 'y .y Until January, 1968
cle and can look forward to I season on the Great Lakes. : '
west of Gainesville. To First 10 Lot Purchasers

Ilir = l1I According to Assistant Agronomist
Shelby Brothers with the OPEN1OA.M TO1P.M.
Agricultural Extension Service,
tobacco suckers small buds
Announcing that appear at the base of the
leaf axials on the stalk of the ENTRANCE: 500 YARDS NORTHOF
plant. These buds appear when
the plant is in its flowering VOLUSIA AND FLAGLER f

New Banking Hours stage vital food and saps and tobacco energy. leaves of COUNTY LINE ON AlA I

One acre of tobacco can con
tain as many as 200,000 suckers.
Topping the tobacco plants and:
Effective July 9th :removing suckers can add as 24 HourWrecker ..$Z..
I much as 300 pounds In yield per Service
I acre, and $200 in value per acre.
Hand removal of these buds is

GIVING YOU 12 ly.both Removing time consuming large suckers and cost by Flagler Truck & Tractor CO.

hand can result in scars which MASSEY-FERGUSON
cause early leaf "drop off."
ADDITIONAL Grove Farm Industrial Equipment
Penar is not systemic like the

growth regulator MH-30 whichis VIRGIL DECKER Phone ID 7-3242
BANKING HOURS now widely used for sucker
Owner Bunnell, Florida
control. Penar is a contact chemical
which should be applied

A WEEK. when suckers are less than 1 ..::.::.::.::.::.::.::.::.::.::.::.::.::---:3: : : : : : : : : : : : : : : : : : : : : : : : : :
inch In length. 1 t-. ..

Penar so must that it be will sufficiently affect only diluted ::: HART REFRIGERATION :

the young, tender buds. Its action /:.
depends on direct contact 1:: AND :::
DRIVE-IN WINDOW: with the sucker. Results can ,. .:

:Monday thru Thursday 8:30-3:30 seen within 45 minutes after ::[: ELECTRIC SERVICE ::

Brothers cautions against using > ..
II I Friday 8:30: -3:30: 5:00-7:00 a spray with too much Pe .
nar concentrate. No more than ,:: Bunnell, Fla. Box 253-A, Rl :::
Closed all day Saturday 3 pints per 50 gallons of water ::; Phone 437-3698 :

are recommended for each acre. 1
Tender plants require a more : *: :*: *: *: :*: :*: *:*:*: :*: *:-::.:.:.::.:.:.:.:.::.:.::-::.::.:.:.::.::.::.::.:.::.::.::.:.::.::.::.::.;.:::.::.
diluted solution.

One of the unique aspects of BUDDY KNOX
MAIN BANKING ROOM: Penar is the fact that it is a con
tact chemical and this requiresa YOUR ATLANTIC DEALER

coarse spray directed parallel Bunnell Atlantic Service StationU.
Monday thru Thursday 9:00-2:00: with the leaves toward the
stalk to directly contact the
Friday 9 :00-2 ::00, 5:00: -7:00: buds. A fine mist should not be S. Highway 1 /f y 1 y S\ Day Phone 437-3652

Closed all day SaturdayUse used. Three nozzles are preferred vj_*X Night Ph. 437-3944
with one right over the center
Brothers said that while this AND CARBURETORS

was an introductory demonstration 24 Hour Heavy Duty Wrecker Service
of the new chemical, it is
the envelope drop of the Night Depositoryfor

deposits or) payments at any time night or





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.I" I The Flagler Tribune

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Seasonal Food June plentifuls include raisins, I The 1965 pack of canned red Unless you are under the direct vegetables (not Including corn,
split peas and lentils, and .salmon amounted to 2,000,000 and regular guidance of a potatoes or dried beans), and
PlentifulMeal canned salmon, reports Mrs. standard cases-two and a half I physician, it is not wise to attempt fresh or unsweetened fruit, two
Kendall. times the 1964 pack. to lose more than 1 to 1% medium servings of lean meator
planners are witnessing California's production of 272- pounds a, week, nutritionistssay. fish, or cottage cheese or egg,
plentiful supplies of seasonal 000 tons of raisins, the largest Control Needed inWeightWatching From 500 to 750 calories three slices ot bread (or cereal),
less than the amount needed to with two butter.
fresh vegetables this month, according crop In 13 years, assures con i teaspoons
to Mrs. Gladys Kendall, sumers plentiful supplies at un- I maintain your weight should Further guldllnes to help you
home industries and marketing seaonally low prices, the con bring about 1 to 1% pound with weight control:
specialist, Florida Agricultural sumer and marketing service re Are you In shape to look your weekly loss. Avoid frying. Instead broil,
Extension Service, said. ported. best in your new spring clothes? The important difference Ina boll, or bake. Eat salads with
With supplies of seasonal Split pea supplies continue If you think you need to' trim sensible reducing diet and a out dressing. Select foods without
vegetables Increasing, the U.S. heavy, with resulting lower down, try perserverance and normal diet is simply this: the sauces. Beware of rich desserts
Dept. of Agriculture's Consumerand prices. Domestic supplies of len will power to help control your reducing diet has fewer calories.A and gravy.
Marketing Service lists tils are becoming more abundant weight. Some physical exerciseor sound basic reducing diet Choose lean meats. Trim off
them on its plentiful foods list as purchases by European work every day will help you of about 1,200 calories should all fat along the edges. Stop
for June In Florida and other buyers have dropped consider acquire a slimmer, more youthful include each day two cups of eating while you're still a lit
southeastern states. ably since the first of 1966. figure. skim milk, four servings of tle hungry.

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Bunnell Methodist CATTLEMEN ATTEND Cape Kennedy, where the cattle. himself. Yoemans, who has madea
:- Judge McKnight I men saw the launching pad lifetime career of the paint
\ CONVENTIONBy I used by the astronauts.A business, came to the Halifaxarea
To Preside In St. I Church ( Lyman Gage) banquet Thursday night in 1958 from Tampa.For .

I (Oliver F. Taylor, Pastor) Attending the Midyear Cat. featured Congressman Dan Guer- the last three years Mr.
y Johns County I KNOWLEDGE AND LOVE tlemen's Convention In Cocoa ney, Commissioner of Agriculture Yeomans has had a Mary Carter
this week were County President Doyle Conner and others.R. Store in New
Smyrna Beach.
Supreme Court Judge Camp- A person can be possessed by I
Harold Emery and son Quentin, Mr. Yeomans' ad
appears in
} belle Thornal has assigned Flag. I his knowledge. Sometimes we
I Farm Advisor Don Jor- this issue of the
County Tribune
ler County Judge T. K. McKnightto see a person whose conceit over V. YEOMANS OPENS on page
I preside In the St. Johns County shadows all except the person I don, Tom Lenssen, Mr. and Mrs. PAINT STORE AT 4. lIe Invites you to come In and
Judge's Court during the absence himself. God Is not referring to I Rob Deen, Mr. and Mrs. C. H. ORMOND BEACH see the paint made.

of Judge Charles C. Mathis this kind of knowledge. God I Cowart, Sr., and Lyman Gage, I R. V. Yeomans has opened the
State Director.
wants all to have a knowledgeof Nationwide Paint Store on the Florida's Cypress Gardens is
Jr.The dates assigned to Judge Him that will enhance the I With State President W. D. northwest corner of U. S. 1 and on Lakes Eloise and Summit
McKnight will be June 20 thru life of every man. Any person Roberts presiding a panel from Hand Ave., Ormond Beach two of 17 in a chain of canal-
July 2, 1966. can so( direct even his knowledge I Gainesville, State University, where he makes latex paints connected lakes in Polk County.Fisherman's .
I lectured soils, and animal .
of God that it becomes confining on --
and restricting, In such a health. Mr. Crawford, Presidentof
Blue Angels way that this person's love becomes Kansas City Board of Trade
listless and dormant. The spoke on trading on Stock Exchange .
Soft Ball LeagueThe steadfast love to which God re on live cattle and what InnFLAGLER

Girl's Softball League be. fers Is limited, but only so thatIt promise it held for the future.

gan June 13 with th Blue Angels expresses God's love and concern Florida beef needs for the Food BEACH AT BRIDGE
Industry was talked on by a Mr.
beating the Red Devils In the for all. Worship can easily
first game. In the second game fall into a pattern that is onlya Kaufman, President of Florida Your Favorite Beer and Snack Bar
matter of form, and not In Restaurant Association. He was
the Green Hornets squeezed by
Under New
proprietor of a large chain of ManagementOpen
the Black Knights with a score keeping with the steadfast love
of 21 to 19. of God which extends itself to restaurants.At 7:30 a. m. Till ? Closed Monday
all. Every man should worshipGod 1:00: p. m. a box lunch was
June 16th the Blue Angels in the truth and in the served and all boarded special Boats For Rent-Docking and Gas-Phone 439-9211
beat the Black Knights 11 to 7
spirit because these two en busses for a three hour tour of
while the Red Devils beat the
hance each other. "For I desire -
Green Hornets.
steadfast love and not sacrifice, .
The June 20th games were -
the knowledge of God, rather
postponed due to the rain. The "
than burnt offerings. Hosea 6:6.
next games will be played June
23rd, beginning at 6:30 with !

Blue Angels vs. Red Devils. At CARD OF THANKS .
8:15 the Green Hornets vs. the I I We would like to thank every. .

Black Knights. one for the many visits, cards, Let the grass grow, George (/fort not under your feet),
League Standings flowers, prayers, and kindnesses
Team Won Lost during the long Illness and

Blue Angels........................ 2 0 death of our loved one. Also we a
Red Devils ........................ 1 1 wish to thank the doctors and j.
Green Hornets ................ 1 1 nurses at the hospital for the .1' r'
Black Knights ................ 0 2 wonderful care and kindness.
Top 10 Batters Amorette Wells
Name AB Hits AvgJ. Ethel Carnes
Higginbotham... 2 2 .1000 Jean Gornto Your Chevrolet dealeris

Lynda Knight ........ 2 2 .1000 Leslie Wells
Judy Dunson .......... 9 8 .888 Wayne Wells
M. Deen .................... 6 5 ..833S. Nlta Dupont
Townsend ............ 6 5 .833 I Virginia WyndhamGene mowing prices right !
K. Weaver ................ 4 3 .750 Bowers now
T. Pellicer ................ 7 5 .714 Bill Bowers
M. McNab ................ 7 5 .714 Myra Wadsworth
G. King .................... 6 4 .666 't..
Hargett ...................... 6 4 .666 Ancient Egyptian records Indl '.,
Blakely..................... 8 5 .625 cate radishes were common food
in Egypt before the Pyramidswere
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