The Flagler tribune

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The Flagler tribune
Place of Publication:
Bunnell Fla
Creation Date:
June 30, 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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Dies Tuesday COLLECTIONON Hours Begin PINS Mildred Lewis


Funeral TodayHoward I There will be 'no garbage pickup Next ThursdayBeginning Bunnell Lions Club met Friday AfternoonMrs.

on Monday, July 4 in Bunnell. Thursday, July 7, Tuesday noon for their luncheon
F. Wray, retired Bun. Mildred B. Lewis of 200
I The trucks will run their regular the new banking hours for the meeting at the Bunnell Civic
iell business man, passed away pick up route on Tuesday, : Citizens Bank of Bunnell will Center. West Anderson Street, wife of
Tuesday evening at the Bun. Clyde Lewis, died early Wednes
begin. The bank will be
July 5.The. open Lion Fred Fruits was presented
nell General Hospital after a day morning at the Bunnell Gen
the usual hourson
during banking
City Hall will also be with a 100% attendance
lengthy Illness. He was 63 I eral Hospital of Injuries receivedin
closed all day Monday due to Thursday, July 7. award. He has had a 13 year attendance
years of age. He resided at 200 an automobile accident Tues
On 8 the
the July 4 holiday. Friday, July new record. Jack Holt was
So. Forsythe Street. hours for the bank will be from with 'a 100% attendance day afternoon.Mrs. .
He was born In Stonevllle,, presented Lewis was born in Elk-
9 to 2 and also 5 to 7 p. m. award for
N. C. He operated the Green Two Car Crash The bank will be closed al; President Jimmy one year.Kelley I ton, Florida and has resided in

Tile Restaurant and Service ap. Bunnell about thirty five years.
day Saturday.The P. A. Edmonson to serve
Station in Bunnell for 15 years, Fatal To Mrs. Drive-in Window, whichis as pointed chairman. I She has been employed as Secretary

retiring seven years ago. He wasa feature of the bank program to the County Agent about
a new ,
Guests Al Zam,
former Bunnell City Commissioner Mildred LewisMrs. present were ten years. She was an active
will be from 8:30 to
open a. m. ba Susan ;
Kathy Emery,
and served as Mayor of member of the First Baptist
3:30 thru Thurs-
p. m. Monday Brannam Wilson David
Mildred B. Lewis of ,
Bunnell two years. Church of Bunnell, The Dorcas
will be
day. Friday open Brown Jr. and Levi BrannamJr.
He Is survived by his wife, Bunnell was fatally injured in 8:30 to 3:30 and 5 Class, and also served as the
: a. m. : p. m. .
Grace Wray, Bunnell two a t wo car collision on U. S. 11 Leader for the Girls Auxiliaryfor
; p. m. to 7 p. m. It will be closed At ,board of directors meetIng
about five miles northof a
daughters, Mrs. W. M. Greshamof Highway all day Saturday. several years. She was 56
held after the luncheon
Gainesville, and Mrs. I. Don Bunnell, Tuesday afternoon. President Charles Creal said years of age.
John accepted as anew
Alford of Jacksonville; 7 sisters, Also injured in the accidentwas these new banking hours will Capo was She is survived by her hus
member of the Club.
Mrs. Carson Gerrell, Mrs. Earn Mrs. Bertha Grimes, motherof give the patrons an additional band, Clyde Lewis, Bunnell; 2

est Thompson, Mrs. Harold Pope, Mrs. Lewis, who is listed in 12 banking hours each week. daughters, Mrs. Judith Park 3rd

Mrs. A. B. Nailes, all of Whites. serious condition at the Bunnell of Chattanooga, Tenn., Mrs.
i Funeral Service
vllle, N. C; Mrs. J. C. Warren, General Hospital. Helen Heyder, Miami; 1 son,

Charlotte, N. C; Mrs. Frances Passengers In the other car Involved Blue Are David W. Lewis of Clewlston;

Fryer, Washington D. C; Mrs. D. were Mr. and Mrs. IrwinE. Angels Held SaturdayFor her mother, Mrs. Bertha Grimes,

N. Simpson, Clemson, S. Ci; 2 Koppel of Cedarhurst, N. J., Beaten Black Bunnell; 4 sisters, Mrs. Camala

brothers, Milton Wray of White. and their five children. Mr. Kop By E. M. SpiveyEdward McKnight of Bunnell, Mrs. Pearl

vine and Gordon Wray of Los pel and four young daughterswere Nauright of St. Augustine, Mrs.

Angeles, California. Also surviving released from the hospital Knights MondayThe M. Spivey died early Beulah Griffin of Jacksonville,
his home
Thursday morning at ,
are five grand children. Tuesday night and Mrs. Koppeland Black Knights beat the and Mrs. Carolyn Mercer of
2216 South Central Avenue, Flag
Funeral services will be held year old son were held for league leading Blue Angels 5.4 ler Beach, after a brief illness. Holly Hill, S. C. Also survivingare

at 3 o'clock Thursday afternoon observation. Monday night. The Black Mr. Spivey was born In Lake 4 grand children.

from the First Baptist Church of Officials investigating the Knights' Janet Scott drove in View, S. C., 'and had lived in Funeral services will be held

Bunnell with the pastor, Rev. wreck.said Mrs. Lewis apparent. the winning run on a single in Flagler Beach for the past 16 from the First Baptist Church of

Charles Anders, officiating. Interment ly lost control of the car whena the last inning. years, coming there from Fair Bunnell at 2 o'clock Friday af

will follow at Espanola tire blew out. It was reported Red Devils Take Green Hornets mont, S. C. He was 65 years of ternoon. The pastor, Rev. Charles

Cemetery. I both cars were demolished. The error ridden Green Hor age and was a retired farmer. Anders, will officiate. Burial will

Arrangements. are under the nets lost another close game on He is survived by his wife, I follow in the Espanola Ceme

direction of Craig Funeral Homeof Monday night. The Devils won I' Susan of Flagler Beach; a tery. _
Bunnell. The will rest Were The body will rest at the
body Legislators the game 10-9 In the last inningby daughter, Mrs. H. Joseph Dit-

at the Craig Chapel until 1 o' several errors committed by trick, Ormond Beach; 6 sons, Craig Funeral Chapel from 1 o'
clock this afternoon and at the clock this afternoon (Thursday)
Entertained With I the Green Hornets' Infield. This Aubrey Spivey of Orlando, Gene
church from 2 to the hour of the until the funeral hour.
I win gave the Red Devils a second Spivey of Flagler Beach, David

funeral. "Cross and Sword"The place tie in the league. Spivey of Wilmington, N. C., Arrangements are under the

I and Rev. Bryant Spivey of McCormick direction of the Craig Funeral

FISHING LICENSES entire Florida legislaturewas Girls' Softball League StandingsWon S. C; Edwin and Edward Home of Bunnell.
hand Tuesday, June 28,
on Lost .
ARE NOW ON SALE Spivey both of Jacksonville

Florida wildlife officers will to view the outdoor symphonic Blue Angles ..... ........ 3 1 ; 2 sisters, Mrs. Charlie

drama 'Cross and Sword," which Red ......... ..... .............. 2 2 Hooks and Mrs. Mrs. Clyde
begin a strict check for fishing
licenses on July 1, and If re-enacts the founding and establishment Black Knights .......... 2 2 Hooks, Chadbourn, N. C; a brother Flagler Community
of St. Augustine, ..... .
Green Hornets .. .. 1 3 John Spivey of Darlington,
plan to go fishing on or after ,
Florida than years
more Action Leaders
S. C. Also surviving are 22
this date yau may be subject to
ago.. St. Augustine still stands Top Ten Batters
I 'and one great
arrest for fishing without a li grandchildren
today as the oldest city in the AB Hits Avg. grand child. Need VolunteersLeadership

cense. United States. The legislators J. Higginbotham.... 6 5 .833
Services held at 11 o'
According to O. E. Frye, direc
met In a Democratic caucus in Dunson ....................13 10 .715 clock morning from Is always necessa
tor Game and Fresh Water Fish Saturday
the ancient city during the day Blakely ....................10 6 ..600S. the First Baptist Church of Flag. ry. So are volunteer workers
Commission, the new licenses
and were entertained that night Townsend ..........12 7 .583 ler Beach with Rev. Max Hall, necessary, when a community
have been on sale since June 15
jy "Cross and Sword" In the st. K. Weaver .............. 9 5 .555 Interment was In betterment program succeeds. If
and are being honored by wildlife officiating.
Augustine 2,000-seat amphithe Deen ........................11 6 .545 you are interested you can workto
officers throughout the Hope Cemetery.
atre. Hargett ....................11 6 .545 Pallbearers were: T. help get the program development
is valid Honorary
state. The new license
"Cross and Sword" is a symphonic McNab ...................14 7 .500 K. P. A. Edmonson, better organized. We
until June 30, 1967, and avail. McKnight,
drama written by Pulitzer Peterson .............10 5 .500 W. L. Wadsworth R. L. McNab, need volunteer office workers,
of all
able at the office County
prize-winning author Paul L. Knight ...... .........6 3 .500 and Wickline. : people to help get statistics, typists

Judges. or their license agents. Green. It boasts of a cast of Zimmerle ... ..... .... 4 2 .500 Active George his bookkeepers, C. P. A., canvassers
Frye said, "Buying a fishing nearly 100 persons acting as pallbearers were public speakers, coordi
license is not so much a matterof nephews, Carol Webster, John
and Indians familiar with
Spaniards, Frenchmen nators, persons
obeying a state law as it is battlingto Seniors Picnic Bracey, Robert Spivey, Thomas forms ad-
all of whom 'are filing government ,
helping to raise money to pro. their Spivey, Roland Spivey, and artists land- ,
claim St. Augustine as writers, Journalists, ,
vide better flshirig. All funds Schedule Robert Floyd.Arrangements.
has It the MeetingThe architects draftsmen
own. As history scapers, ,
under the
received from the sale of licenses were
victors In
Spaniards were the engineers and others.
Flagler Senior Citizens direction of Craig Funeral Homeof
is used the Game
by capturing and settling this oldest The goals of the Office of Economic
Fresh DWater Fish Commissionto Club had its first outing of the Bunnell.
It In the for the
city and holding Opportunity are
improve hunting and fishing I summer season with a picnic
of 'Spain. betterment and advancement of
conditions. One dollar from the name last week at Bulow Ruins State MICHAEL PARKER
skillful blendIng In
Described as a every every community
sale of each three dollar fishing Park. There were 11 members
of singing, lighting, in America, whether or
and one guest present for the 12
license Is set aside in a fishing
I scenic individuals be rich
dancing and design, not these
o'clock luncheon at the field
fund and be '
improvement can "Cross and Sword") centers FROM STANFORD man, poor man, begger-man,
house. The guest was Mrs. Anna
the states
used only to improve" around city founder Don Pedro Keep from Philadelphia who Is Michael N. Parker of Bunnell thief, doctor, lawyer, merchant
fresh water fishing.
Menendez, who must head the his Master of Science chief.
A resident fishing license cost visiting with her daughter, Mrs.
task or settling St. Augustine who Is of degree In Electrical Engineering
$3.00, or a sportsman may purchase I Kay Swayze, secretary Billions of dollars are available
and holding It In the name of
June 12 at the Stanford
a combination huntingand the Club. for projects. Our county must
fishing license for $10.50. Spain. Scenes of the drama range The Club will hold its next University in California. heaver our needs and apply for

I from' the colorful and majestic regular meeting In the clubroomat Mr. Parker, the son of Mr. and the money to develop our pro.

palace of King Philip II of the Municipal Building, Flag Mrs. Marvin Parker of Bunnell, gram.

TEN LEAVE FOR : Spain to the wilderness which received his Bachelor of Science
ler Beach, next Tuesday evening, Send your name and address
METHODIST YOUTH was to become St. Augustine.The July 5. There will be a potluck degree from The Massachusetts and phone number to P. O. Box

CAMP IN LEESBURGTen hardships and battles which supper at 6 o'clock. Members Institute of Technology.The 218, Flagler Beach, Florida. A
founder Menendez must endureto
who have out-of-town vis- will do.
may post card
youths left Monday for a hold the new settlement make ttors are urged to bring them to name of the West African

week in The Methodist Youth this drama colorful'and excit the meeting.So nation, Dahomey, means "Bellyof Attorney James Tucker of

Camp In Leesburg. ing. Dan." The name honors a 17- Tucker( and Feaens, who has apart

Going were Elayne Tucker, victims time office in Bunnell, Is
worried king who ate
people are so
Melanie Cody, Jay Townsend, I botham Chip Johnston, Jimmy many the National Geographic assisting with the legal phasesof
and Kirk about the future that they overlook ,
Brian Karen Taylor
Gregg Robertson, Jeannie Hig-
the O. E. O. Community.
Robertson. : the tasks of the present. says.
ginbotham, Susan Higgin-




Subscribe to The F-oglei Tribune IV TUB COURT OF TUB COUNTY

2.50 A Year ID Advance FLORIDA, IN MIOUATR. ___.__




varieties being released to commercial II SERVICE MANDS- AGAINST SAID ESTATE -

growers by the U. S.. I You and each of you are herebYnotified
ROAD SERVICE and required to present! any
Dept of Agriculture may be an i claims! and demands which you oreither
asset to future beautification : Light Mechanic vt Work of you, may have against
Phone 437.3441 Tunnel the estate of Stanley L. Farnsworth i
programs, It is reported. I deceased, late of Bald Coun-
ty, to the County Judge of Flag
The new varieties-two vi. I FILTiMKMF ler County, Florida, at his officeIn When
burnums, a hibiscus, and a py SKCTIOV A1-ADV the court house of said/ Countyat I
I FOIl HID! Bunnell, Flagler County, :Florida,
racantha-were developed at the SEALED PROPOSALS will be received within six calendar months! from
U.S. National Arboretum Wash. by the City Cleric, City Hall.CITY the time of the first publication of
OP BUNNELL FLORIDA, until : this notice. Two copies of each
Ington, D. C. All four varieties 8:00: P. M. EST on July 6, 1966; claim or demand shall be in writ-
at which time and place all bids Ing, and shall eme8ltleCethe ofresidence
flower and fruit abundantly and will be publicly opened and read and post of

have varying degrees of Insect aloud for furnishing! certain piping claimant, and shall be sworn
valves, and fittings, for furnishing to by the claimant his agent, or
and disease resistance. roof members for an existing SO-ft attorney and accompanied by a
diameter reservoir; for erection of filing fee of one dollar and such You Need
Development of four varietiesis I roof members, and roofing and related claim or demand not so filed shallbe

part of a major effort to produce work In connection with new void
water treatment facilities, con /s/ Edna F FarnsworthAs
superior ornamental plants struction of which Is primarily be- administrator of the Estate of I
ing accomplished by City forces As executor of the Last! Will and
through breeding, plant exploration : Plans, specifications And other Testament! ofStanley
and selection. contract documents are on file and L. Farnsworth
I available for public Inspection at deceased
The new varieties are being the office of the City Clerk City First publication June 16th, 1966.
Hall, Bunnell Florida, and at the June 16, 23, 30. July 7, 4tc I
released to qualified nurserymen i office of Dawklns & Associates! Inc., '
for propagation and should Engineers 645 Rugby Street Post IN' THE fOI'\TY' Jtn K'* COURT
Office\ Box 7666, Orlando, Florida. I IV' AVI' FOR KIAr.I.F.Il COUNTY GOODPrinting
be ready for delivery to home. I Individual copies of the specifications FLORIDA. IN ritOHATB
and partial sets of drawings I NO. Sill |
owners in two or three years. I 1 I pertinent to the several proposal IN RE: Estate of

Viburnum belongs to the Items may be procured IIhoet7r 50 VINNIE WILSON, Deceased.
I i per copy and SO.75 per NOTICE TO CHKDITOIIS i
honeysuckle family and grows spectively not refundable. Plans All creditors of the estate! of !
well In Florida. The I and specifications will not be Issued' I VINNIE WILSON, deceased, are |
pyracantha, I after 12.01 P, M, on July 5. 1966. hereby notified 1 and required to file
admired for its bright fruit, Security to be furnished by each any claims or demands which they
I Bidder Is stated In other contract may have against said estate In
thrives In north and central I documents. The Proposal Guaranty the the county judge of

Florida. The tropical hibiscus is Bond, Contract Performance Bond grececg n Florida I In the
itnd specified Insurance for certain courthouse at Bunnell, Florida,
prized for its colorful flowers. proposal Items are required to be within six calendar months from
secured from an agency of the the date of the first publication
The new viburnums, Mohawkand surety or Insurance company located of this notice. Each claim or demand I
Cayuga, both have abundant In the State of Florida and a must be In writing and muststate
surety or Insurance company duly the place of residence and I
early flowering and are resistant licensed to conduct business therein post-office address of the claimantand
must be sworn to by the
to bacterial leaf spot Each bid shall be marked "PRO- claimant his agent or his! attorney -
and powdery mildew. POSAL FOR WATER TREATMENT or It will become void according -
FACILITIES' on the outside of the to law.
Mohawk produces clusters of sealed envelope, addressed to the June 23rd. 198,
City Clerk, and delivered to the SEstella Adams,
brilliant red buds that open to City Clerk office either by a representative Executor of the Estate of

white flowers. The coloration of the bidder, who VINNIE WILSON, Deceased
: shall obtain a receipt therefor, or First publication on June: 23, 1966.June OFFICE FORMS
appears several weeks before by registered mall with return receipt 23-30 & July 7144tcIN

the flowers begin to open and The requested City reserves' the right to Tim COUNTY JITJOE' COURT,

extends the ornamental periodof waive Informalities In any bid: to IN ANI FOIl FLACiLFK COUNTY -
reject any bid In whole or in part, FLORIDA. IN IMtOntTE ENVELOPESINVOICES
the plant to several weeks with or without cause; and/or to CAME NO. MIS
accept the bid that In Its judgmentwill IN REt Estate of
rather than few
days of related be for the best Interest of the VINNIE WILSON Deceased.

types. The flowers havea City.CITY NOTICE 01<' PIIOHATR
pleasant, strong flavor of By sIC B Elsenbach IN THE ESTATE OF SAID DE-'

cloves and the Mayor CEDENT:
spicy glossy
ATTEST: You are hereby notified that a
dark green leaves turn brilliant s/Nancy' C. Rodgers written Instrument purporting to
City Clerk June 30, Itc be the Last Will and Testament of LETTER HEADS
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orange-red In the fall. ,,\ICdecedent.ha.bee admittedto
has ORDINANCE No. 66 probate in this court. You are
Cayuga bud
many pink AN ORDINANCE AMENDING AND hereby commanded within six calendar
clusters that open to white flow. ENLARGING THE CORPORATE months from the date of the
LIMITS OF THE CITY OF FLAG- first publication of thla notice to BUSINESS CARDSSTATEMENTS
ers. Although the flower clusters LER BEACH, FLORIDA. RE- appear In this court and show

are small their great number PBALINO ORDINANCES IN cause, If any you can, why the
CONFLICT HEREWITH, AND action of this court In admitting
give a mass flowering effect. PROVIDING THE EFFECTIVE said Will to probate should stand
DATE HEREOF, unrevoked
The leaves are smaller, with better Whereas, the City Commission /sT.. K. MCKNIGHT,
color than other viburnum finds that the property described County Judge
herein is owned exclusively by Flagler County Florida
varieties and turn dull orange. OCEAN PALM COUNTRY CLUB Date of first publication: June
INC. and Is contiguous to the 23rd. 1966. BILL HEADS
red in the fall. present boundaries of the City of June 2330 & July 7.144tcIV

The Shawnee, the new pyrcan- Hauler Beach; and
tha, was developed to combinethe COUNTRY CLUB INC., has formallypetitioned FLAKLKH <'OI'\TV, I-1.OHIIltIV
the City of Flagler Beach IIANfFllY VO.' S.1OT RULED FORMS
characteristics of for said land to be Included within MICHAEL DEAN McCAVK
several varieties.It the municipal boundaries of said Plaintiff,
City; andWHEHEAS VI.
produces glossy clear yel- the City Commission SUSAN JANE'MCCAVE..
Ands that the lands described herein Defendant TICKETS and TAGS
low-to-light-orange fruit as early .
can be served with municipal NOTICE TO DKFKVDTHE
as August, and maintains this utilities and services now, therefore i STATE OP FLORIDA, TOSUSAN :
color to mid-winter. BE IT ORDAINED BY THE Whose residence and post office
CITY OF FLAGLER BEACH IN address are unknown
Vulcan, the new hibiscus variety 01-HV SESSION SITTING, AS FOLLOWS You are hereby notified that a
is a semi-tropical shrub : suit has been filed against you In
1, The boundaries of the City of the above entitled cause, and you
with heavy, leathery red flowers. Flagler Beach be and they are are hereby required to file your answer
The brilliant red have hereby amended to Include within with the Clerk of this Court,
petals the corporate limits of said city and to serve a copy thereof upon
ruffled edges with gold under that real property more particularly the plaintiff or plaintiff's attorney,
described as follows: whose name' and address Is:
neath. Vulcan is more resistantto That portion of Fractional Sec DONALD E. BUCK
insects than other hibiscus tion 29. and that Portion of Government 108 St. George Street
many Lot 5, Section SO, being St. Auguitlne. Floridanot
varieties. In Township 12 South Range 3 2 later than July 30. D
East, Flagler County, Florida, and If you fall to do oAd rl:6ro:
being described as follows! : .. confesso will\ be entered against
commence at tne intersection or you for the relief demanded in the
Subscribe to The Flogler Tribune I the South line of said Section 29 bill of complaint The nature of
&50 A Year In Advance with the Westerly line of State said suit being for dIvorce.
Road AlA, an 80' right of way as WITNESS my hand and seal of We Don't Do The MostPRINTING
now laid out, thence Westerly said Court this 28th day of JuneA.
along said South line of Section D. 1966.Ofticial ,
29, a distance of 426.32' to the point ( E A' SMYTHE
HASTINGS MATTRESS of beginning Seal of said Circuit; Court
From said point of beginning go By Julia R. Harvey
& UPHOLSTRY WORKS Northerly and olo12fJW> Deputy Clerk
Road AlA a distance June 30 & July 7-14.Zt-4tc
710-12 Lemon St. to a point:
Thence Easterly and at right IV' nfl'IT COURT OF TUBiFftKVrif
Palatka Florida angles to last described line a distance JLIIICIAI CIHCHT:
Phone EA 5-9166 of 100' to a point: IV AND FOR FLAULKH 'OI'N-
Thence Northerly and parallel to TY, FLOHII1A. IN CIIANCI<:ltV
Furnitu-.. Upholstering State Road AlA, a distance of 300' NO. 1.106THELIA But We Do Some of the Best
Repaired & Refinished to a point; LUCILLE EVANS.
Thence Westerly and at right Plaintiff,
Mattress & Box Spring angles to last described line a distance vs.
Made to Order Also Renovated of 100' to a point; JAMES DELBERT EVANS
Thence Northerly and parallel to Defendant
Call Laura Morris 437.3233 State Road AlA, a distance of 1300' ORDER OF PI'HMCATIOV'
After 8:00 P. M. more or less, to a point In the IN THE NAME OF THE STATEOF
North line of aforesaid Government FLORIDA
,:BUDGET PLAN IF NEEDED. Thence Westerly and along the RT. NO. t
North line of Government Lots 5 MERRY HILNORTH ,
Just at near cm yew and 4, a distance of 1030' more or CAROLINAYou
Phone or Post Office less to a point In the right of way are hereby required to file
Drop Us A Card or Call line of the Florida Intracoastal with the Cleric oJIlhlC\ your Dial
i Waterway answer to the Complaint 4373282The
Free Pick-up & Delivery Thence Southerly along said right filed herein against you In the
of way of the Florida Intra oastalWaterway above entitled cause on or before
a distance of 2850' more the 30th day of July A D., 1964
or less, to the Southerly line of and sereve a copy thereupon R. K.Roberson. .
Section rlO\I\ thence Easterly along Esq plaintiffs attorney
iSf mrthaullBl1l'fllIDLL. of Sections 30 and herein whose address la Clayton
t 3lilagltr 29, a distance of 930' more or less, & Roberson. 209 Conrad Building
to the point of beginning. DeLand, r
FLORIDA l. All ordinances or parts of ordinances Tribune" is h'irade'rneataCI aa
i in conflict herewith are the newspaper In which this order
hereby repealed shall be published once a week for
MRA JL B. FULLER. Editor 3. This ordinance shall take ef four consecutive weeks. HEREIN
feet Immediately upon Its flnal FAIL NOT OR A DECREE PRO 4 ..we"... I.. aU adoption. Charles RockettCommissioner AGAINST CONFESSO YOU WILL FOR BE SUCH ENTERED FAIL-

Legal Ad..stlalns URE.
Willie 8. Harrison The nature of this cult la a bill
Commissioner for divorce.
Entered as second clau matter Floyd J CollinsCommissioner WITNESS My hand and seal at
February t. 1919. et the poet- Bunnell. Flagler County. Florida
office at Bunnell nadir Willis A. McDowell this nth of June. A. D. 1966. Flagler TribunePAGE
Aet of Commissioner (Official Elea) E. A. SMYTHE
Geo E Wickline ler Circuit Court
Commissioner Flagler County, Florida
0.. 7e8. -2M APPROVED: 28th June, 1965 By Julia R, Harvey I
Sag ....... ----1.311 R, L. Nnbd Deputy Clerk,
June 30, July or7, 14. 21, 4tc. June 30 &: July 7-14-21-4tc

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thuslastlcally supported by most
Too Late students was promptly termed
"square" by others. Quantity Rights
It reply Shepard said, "As an I WE GIVE M E T T S Reserved

To Classify American, a SQUARE AMERICAN j ...

if you will, I think we
BY Russell Hay have a full-time Job of rededication TOP PRICES GOOD

to do, rededication to our SUPER MARKET Fri., Sat.,
The "Youth for America" r30:
few flag, our country and the Ideals' VALUE July 1st
movement Inaugurated a
and principles upon which the { and 2nd
weeks ago at Chamberlain High
United States of America was |
Scholl in Tampa is planning
founded and remained free. I'' STAMPSI We Will Be Closed Tel. 437-3201
another pro-American rally to be ( Monday, July 4))
believe with all heart thatif I
held in Lakeland, July 4.
I every man, woman and child
While it is strictly a youth whom God has blessed with Florida Grade "A"
movement designed to offset the
American citizenship would take
numerous anti-American dem I
time to reevaluate what it
onstrations, draftcard burningand means to live in a country suchas
irresponsible rioting that has
ours many of our so-called I'
occurred in other parts of the
problems would resolve them.
country, support and encourage. FRYERS 29
i iI
ment is being given it by veter
ans and other groups. The Lakeland Chapter has!I Lb
adopted the slogan "Be a Square
Putting the weight of its or American", All their correspond. I'
ganization behind the young.
ence is signed "Squarely Yours"'
sters, the Burgess E. Banks Me.
They expect several thousand"square" Limit (2)) Please
morial Barracks, No. 433 Veter
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attend the Fourth of July ral
land, was the first to endorsethe Flavor Aged
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and stage an impressive demon. rally. ALL-MEAT STEW 69

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I J Iafler3each Can We Wave the Flag Too Much ?

I (By Dr. S. L. DeLove)
FLAGLER WOMAN'S BOY SCOUT I r Is it possible to wave the flag too much ? Provided, of course, that you wave it with
CLUB NEWSA SUMMER CAMP I integrity ? Is it possible to study Lincoln or Shakespeare too much ? Is it possible to

happy and safe fourth of Our Troop No. 495 was represented read the Bible too much ? The great, the good, the true, are inexhaustible for in-
July weekend is wished by Flag at the Summer Camp at spiration, example and strength. I believe that we are not waving our flag enough,
Woman's Club President, Camp Lanoche by Michael Sin-
ler that developing a tendency to be timid
not nearly enough. It seems to me we are or
Miss Emily Gage and Club mem delar, Buddy Moore, David Mill '
er, Wayne Hutcheson, and Tim. even apologetic about waving the stars and stripes. Walk up and down the streetson

bers.Ways and Means Chairman, my Carmody. Their leader was July 4th and count the flags. It is our nation's birthday, a sacred day in world
Mrs. V. W. Haines, reports the the Scoutmaster, Rev. E. Lester history, the most important day of America. Why isn't the flag flying on every roof-
Flagler Beach City Commissionhas Stanton. They arrived at Camp top and from every home and building? This complacent attitude is strong evidenceof

kindly given the Club per. and Sunday returned afternoon Saturday, June afternoon 19th, cancerous patriotic decay. The flag is a symbol of our national unity. It is the

mission Huts" on to the occupy Broadwalk two "Concrete northof last. Mr. Stanton reports I spirit of our undying devotion to our country. It stands for the best that is in us .

the pier house during the that Timmy, the youngest Scout I for loyalty, character, and faith in demoracy. Isn't our flag a synonym of the United
fourth of July weekend and who had Just Joined as a Ten. I States of America? Does it not represent man's greatest, noblest, most sublime
these will be decorated under der foot, nearly finished the dream ? Is it not the zenith of achievement, the goal to which generations have as-

the direction of Mrs. E. P. Fleu-of and tests Wayne for Second, who Class.joined David the I pired ? Ladies and gentlemen, I believe it is time for us for the mad rushing
rie, Corresponding Secretary
the Woman's Club. From the troop 'as tenderfeet, just a little Twentieth Century American to stop for a moment and think. Let us arrest our
splendid response of Club mem over a year ago, and became I near reverential admiration of material success and return to the spiritual and eth-
bers, prices to "fit" childrens' Secand Class Scouts in the Fall,I ical values. Let us imbue and rekindle in ourselves and our children the so-called
finished their work for First
pocketbooks can be made and I old-fashioned way of patriotism, a burning devotion to the principals and ideals
Class, as also did Buddy Moore.
they are Invited to stop by the Michael became sick from tool I upon which our country was founded. Should not every home own and proudly dis-
booths with mom and on
Saturday, July 2nd, when pop pop. much water, and didn't quite' play the colors on holidays and other such occasions ? Isn't the flag Patrick Henry,
corn, punch and cupcakes will be finish Life Saving, but he did Jefferson, Franklin, Washington, Nathon Hale, Gettysburg and Valley Forge, Paul
sold and on Monday, July 4th, most of the requirements for ReVere, Jackson and other great men and women who have given us our heritage.
Soil and Water Conservation
when hot dogs and coffee will i Merit Badge, and finished his When you look at the flag can't you see the Alamo, Corrigedor, Pearl Harbor, The
also be served. i! Cooking Merit Badge. Buddy did Monitor, The Merrimac, Wake Island, and Korea ? Lest we forget, isn't the flag

WEEKLY GAMES I his Mile Swim, and got the Flanders Field, Bataan, Iwo Jima, Normandy, Babe Ruth and Davy Crockett? The
I badge for that. great events of and wrapped in flag. It is
PARTY NEWSAt I i our past present are up our a symbol of
I: Camp was not all work. It was this blessed nation, a giant in industry, education and commerce. Millions of fertile
last Thursday evening mostly not work. In the contests
games party Misses Ginger and ]I Saturday for the whole camp of square miles, wheatlands, coal mines, steel plants. Our great republic, the chosen
Kathy Woods of Seville were!'about 300 Scouts our boys won' infant destined to be man's last and remaining hope for suffering humanity, a
welcomed. High scorer was Miss fifteen feathers. The greatest shining becon of light, noble and glorious, the haven for the oppressed and perse-
Pam Sheeler. Other playerswere scare of the camp occured when I cuted and truly God's gift to mankind.
Charlotte and Eddie Dodi- one of the Scouts (not of our
mead, Britt Sheeler, Suellen troop) did not change his Bud.
That is what the flag means to me. Can we wave it too much ? I don't think so.EVERYBODY .
Seale, Eleanor Shill and Janet dy Tag, from the Swimmingarea
Halnes. Tonight's (Thursday) to the Out area, and the
prizes will be suitable for the whole camp was hunting for
holiday weekend. A choice of his dead body, until they found
games are available with re that he had just forgotten. d I
freshments served each Thurs ,, Needless to say, he lost his s
day evening, beginning at 7:30: swimming privileges for the
p. m. at the Flagler Woman's rest of the week.
Club, 1524 S. Central Ave. A One Scout in camp got ac
small donation Is charged and quainted with a skunk, by hit. -
the public is welcome.Mrs. ting it with a stick. His buddies scLJ
drove him into the showers un JI
Irene Stryker had visiting til he got rid of some of the per. -10
with her last Saturday her fume. Their mamas should have
nephew and family, Mr. and seen David and Wayne passing o -
Mrs. Dick Stryker and daughter, their cooking tests, on Thursday. ,,
Kim, from Norwalk, Ohio. They cooked for their buddies W'S.' WS
I all three meals, and it was not 3
so bad. Some day they will :{. -o F
CALL make some nice girls good husbands
in the kitchen. Next Courtof ee'I0
437-3669 Honor in October. \


The Lord's Supper will be ob v
served next Sunday following
the morning message "The Three 1
Dimensions of Love" as found in ,
Johns Epistle to be brought by
Rev. R. W. Dickert of the Com

FOR munity Memorial Church be. p' 'vtiv'6\
ginning at eleven o'clock. Sun.
LIGHT DOZIERWORK day School convenes at 9:45: a.
m. with classes for all ages. The
Ladies Guild will meet in Fel hti
lowship Hall .at 2 p. m. today
(Thursday) with Mrs. R. W.

SHELL Dickert presiding.! .. .x : xq+
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BAPTIST CHURCH NEWS .. ''w::2tw + ''.'''' 'ki5'. :< i :; ',': a oo di.e,:.

CEMENT ROCK Sunday 'School at 9:45: a. m. M

and morning worship at 11 o' and their thoughtful givers! ::
clock with Rev. Max Hall, pas.
FILL DIRT tor. Sunday evening worship Gift-giving occasion coming up? Mother...Dad..Bride Grad i I ,
service is at 7:30.: Birthday...Anniversary...By all means, Give Better, Electrically!!
Next Wednesday evening, 6
TOP SOILCOW p. m., will be the regular month. It's easy to select electric gifts. For gracious entertaining. For patio .,'I"
For .
ly Family night supper. This personal grooming. For more fun and leisure. N. :} :
will be followed)] by prayer color I or pattern problems. Electrical appliances are modern, beauti
MANURE meeting and the monthly business a fully designed, and long-lasting. Bigger values than ever, too. .::*1 a

I meeting. For that.really special occasion, how about a big ;a".
(Continued From Page 8)) electric dishwasher surprise like an
clothes .
'or dryer, or ''
new ameless
lifetime oC LOVE r range a F:,:

FUNERAL Do a bit of browsing in your favorite 'xi
CRAIG HOMEA. store now!

H. CRAIG Funeral Director



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HASS MUZYKA John Bertha is attending the i Each $119

WEDDING ANNOUNCEDMiss summer session at Howey in the i
Henri Haas of Orlando iw.
became the bride of C. H. Muzyka Mr. and Mrs. Fred Chambersof I Fresh Florida Grade "A" D & D (2-21/2( ib. Avg.) (CUT TO ORDER)
of Bunnell in an 11:30: a. m. Jacksonville visited here recently I
ceremony, Saturday, June 4, at with his parents, Mr. and
St. Andrews Catholic Church. Mrs. F. J. Chambers.Mrs. 3f
The bride is the daughter of mi
Mr. and Mrs. Henry E. Haas of A. F. Tucker has returnedto .
Orlando. her home here after a visit in
The bridegroom is the son of Cocoa with her grandson, Andy
the late Mr. and Mrs. C. H. Mu- Tucker who has recently returned
S. D. A ChoiceCHUCK
zyka of Bunnell. He was grad. from Viet Nam. Andy and his
uated from the University of wife spent a week in Cocoa with
Florida in 1960 and is employedby his parents, Mr. and Mrs. Gilbert STEAKS lb. 53*
Montgomery Ward, Mel Tucker and they will also visit
bourne. in Virginia with his wife's parents .

Given in marriage by her I before going to North Car Valleydale All MeatISmoked
father Henry E. Haas, the bride olina where he will be stationed
was attended by her. maid of with the Army. I II
I lb.49Q
of Kansas Sausage
honor Miss Pat Enright
City, Mo. and bridesmaidsMiss Malcom Johnson has returned :
Margie Lee Blakely, Bun to his home North AlA from theJ. I
nell, niece of the groom, and Hillis Miller Hospital in II
Miss Carol Haas, Orlando, sisterof Gainesville where he underwent Lyke's "Sugar Creek" Valleydale "All Meat' I

the bride. surgery and treatment.Mrs. FRANKS BOLOGNASliced
Serving as best man was Larry May I
Graybas of Cocoa. Usheringwere Cauley
Jack Clegg, Bunnell; Joe yesterday for Athens, Georgia 12 oz. 3ge Ib. 4ge
Haas, Orlando, Edward Hawkins where she will visit with her Pkg. Free I
Bunnell. brother, Carl Ehlenbach and
in family for two days. They will
The residing
couple are
Melbourne. go to Arcola, Illinois for the Small Meaty (Ideal for Bar-B-Q)

KAREN LEANN SHEFFIELDMr. I Ehlenbach July 4. Mrs. family Cauley will reunion then on go SPARE RIBS lb. 69*
to Lima, Ohio with Mr. and Mrs.I
and Mrs. Wilbur Sheffield Gene Cauley and family. She
announce the arrival of a six also plans to visit relatives In

pound at the 11 Halifax ounce Hospital daughter June born and the north on July eastern 16 and part 17 she of plansa Ohio I WE WILL BE "CLOSED" ALL DAY JULY 4thFritoLay I

22nd, 1966. She has been given visit with relatives in Akron,
the name of Karen Leann. Ohio and also to see Mrs. Gertrude
She is the grand daughter of Bratcher Farmer who has "Twin Pac"
Mr. and Mrs. Ray Carle of Bun recently moved there to reside. MAXWELL HOUSE
nell and Mr. and Mrs. Scott Mrs. Cauley said the trip is a POTATO CHIPSE" 49C
Sheffield of Orlando. belated Mothers Day gift from
her son, Gene Cauley and fam Ritz CANNED 12 oz. Can
Levi Brannam Jr., arrived last ily. For COFFEEt
week from Palmer College of DRINKS 12 99C
Chiropractic in Davenport, Iowa, RONALD COLEMAN
where he is a student. He will Red & White 9 (In.) 100 Count Pkg.
spend the summer vacation here Ea. Limit 1 with $5.00 or more food order
with his parents.Mr. *
and Mrs. F. J. Chambers 1 I Ronald Coleman of St. Augustine I Our Value No. 300 Can
house for r has arrived here to take Ea. DAIRY SPECIAL -
have as their guests
two weeks their son in law and over the Gulf Life
daughter, Mr. and Mrs. Charles debit here. He will take over Kraft Qt. Bottle
White and two children, Cheryl the debit formerly managed by Old Milwaukee (Plus Deposit) ORANGE JUICE Ea. 29c
Ann and :Mike, of Greenville Lee Mercer who is retiring.Mr. BEER (12 oz. Bottle 7ge
Ohio. Mrs. White is the former and Mrs. Coleman are re 6 Pac..Carton)
Ann Chambers of Bunnell. siding in the Jarosz Trailer Kraft Sliced American
Park, Flagler Beach Road.
Miss Terry Sheffield, who is on Mr. and Mrs. Mercer are re DIXIE CRYSTAL CHEESE P12kgz.: S3*
furlough from the Wac and turning to their former home in
stationed in San Francisco, Cal- Williston, Florida to reside. SUGAR
iforfnla, visited here with Mr. FROZEN FOODS -
and Mrs. Wilber Sheffield several lit LT. SISCO DEEN
days last week. She is visiting Ib. .
in Orlando with her family.Mr. .I SHRIMpaded5(;
II I Lt. Sisco Deen, 4252nd .
and Mrs. Sammy May of i Strategic Wing was honored Limit 1 with $5.00 or more food order
Rochester, N. Y., accompanied! last week for his efforts in
Pet Ritz 8 in. Size
by their daughter, Shirley and Strategic Air Command Professional
niece Patsy Koon, are vacation results in daily effort CREAM PIES 3'" 89c
ing in the Deen Apartments for known as the Pride Program. FRESH PRODUCE -
two weeks. Sammy is a former In recognition of his achievement .
resident of Bunnell. They are Lt. Deen received Pride Red
also visiting with the Duane Key Chain. The Pride program' 'b'
Deen family and other friends is Sac's Expended version of CRISCO OIL
during their stay. Air Forces Zero Defects pro. Fresh
Arriving next week for a visit Lt. Deen is the son of Mrs. LEMONS Doz. 39C 24 oz. '
with Mr. and Mrs. Lee Blakely, Margaret Deen of Ormond Bottle 29
include his brother and family and Claude Deen of Ft Christ. Home Grown
Mr. and Mrs. Curtis Blakely and mas. He is the great grand son for Limit 1 with $5.00 or more food order
daughters Kay and Karen anda of Mrs. C. A. Riddell of Bunnell WATERMELONS 3 $100
sister in law, Mrs. Orland I and nephew of Mrs. Pauline

Blakely all of Crossville, Tenn. I Magee of Flagler Beach.. ..
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Flower Shop o l lII

Across from Pier, Flagler Beach


Telephone 439-2114 8:00 a.m.-1:00 p.m.

I .,. _. Quantity Right Reserved Prices Good June 30, July 1, 2, and 3, 1966Thursday
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While fertilizing your vege so be sure they are controlled. thickness and portioned to 8 or because it's quite palatable and

Gardeners: There'sStill tables, you may also be helping I 9 ounces. Wrap the fillets In acceptable to most evryone Dr.
Weeds will take bacon so they will keep their Reddish points out.
weeds along.
More WorkNow I the nutrients Intended for your Cutting Trees (shape during cooking. They
make a very tasty dish, Dr. Reddish
weeds take
that most vegetable gar I crop so don't let 'Is Dangerous O. F. ALTORD
over your garden. Pull them before says.
dens have been planted and are, Cook all pork to the well done Registered
actively growing, you can't Just they get too big. Business stage, 170 degress F. Internal I
sit back and wait for the I Mulching is the use or placement I temperature, Reddish advises. Real Estate Broker
of organic materials suchas i
"fruits" of your labor to mater Each year countless new landowners Bunnell Florida
leaves, straw, sawdust, or You can't go wrong on pork
ialize. There are still many and homeowners try their I
things to do before a good harvest plastic on the soil around your skill at cutting trees. ---
is guaranteed. garden. Mulch keeps the soil Investigations have shown '
essential. from drying too fast and will ,
Watering is most that even skilled loggers an
Since sprng has been fairly dry help keep out weeds. It may often Injured while falling tree CLASSIFIEDADS

in most sections of the state a I also help the vegetables grow or handling logs. And cutting I- I
good soaking once or twice a I bigger by keeping the fertilizer even small trees can be dangerous .

week is mandatory. Older vegetables from washing away. business unless proper precautions .
water than a,: Watch the leaves or the young
need more I are taken, says TO1y] I
newly planted crop. I vegetable for insects. Asphids Jensen, Extension Forester, FlorIda LUtlBgi under Silo Leading are 3 cents per word each I.Mnl.
Jim Stephens, vegetable crop are especially bad in weather Agricultural Extension
specialist with the Florida Agricultural II such as we are having. Be sure Service. ATTENTION BUILDERS-9 nice I! FOR SALE FEDDERS WINDOW
Service : and look under the leaves, they lots on North Daytona Avenue i airconditioner, 16,000 BTU, 4
says I The power saw is the most
become infected the same as for* sale. Low down payment room capacity in excellent condition
to give the plants i fo I
that it's better dangerous modern tool used ; I
one thorough watering than to I I the tops. cutting trees. Today these saw! with release clause. B. A. Bol- Tread Singer Sewing
give them a little each day. I! Just these little things could come in countless sizes and ton, P. O. Box 718, St. Machine $10.00; Ironrite Ironer,
fresh vegetables tine Florida. Phone 10.00. Mrs. Charles Tonkin. Call
shallow prevent your .
Light sprinklings cause I prices. In the hands of an unskilled AUgUS.I'
!from reaching your dinner table, 'I between 10 and 12 a. m. and 4
roots. I worker few things an
and 6 p. m. Phone 4392095.
more deadly. Most power saw TABLE and 4 chairs $12.50; 5-i i June 30, 2tc.
I injuries consist of cuts to the drawer chest, $13.50. Jerry's ---
feet, legs, 'arms, hands and face Furniture and Apliances, Old FOR SALE-12 ft. fiber glass
24 lIourWrecker Without proper training it i is: Dixie Highway, 2 miles south of boat re-conditioned. 1% Elgin
Service usually only a matter of tim Korona. Phone 4373752. 6-30-ltc. outboard. Contact Edward Buck-

before a power saw operator ner, Corner Lambert avenue and
gets injured. Kickbacks, working RUMMAGE SALE-14 foot house Chapel street. June 30, ltp.
Truck & Tractor CO. in crowded and sunsafe po trailer, dining room table and
Flagler sltions, walking while the chair 4 chairs, all kinds of furniture,, UNUSUAL OPPORTUNITY
MASSEY.FERGUSON is In motion, failure to wear used clothing, 2 TVs, record Large United States and Canadian .

Grove Farm Industrial Equipment proper protective equipment and and radio combination. New set Company in agriculturalfield
inattention of the operator al of dishes for 8, many other urgently requires representative
VIRGIL DECKER Phone ID 7-3242 contribute to 'accidents. items. Thursday, Friday and in this county for Crop

Owner Bunnell, Florida Simple hand tools such as Saturday at Lambert Avenue,, Service Department. Applicantmust
bow saws, axes, brush hook Flagler Beach, 2nd house from have recent agricultural
and others, also cause many In bridge on Canal. Albert Plusf. background and be well regard.

juries. Many a weekend tree June 30, Itc. ed In area.Position .
lip tell hair.raising Is full time, or can be
chopper can In the
handled at first along with
tales of accidents. Most your
accordion, call ID 7.3664.630 ltp .
old.timers at least know the present farming operation. Successful

dangers of a flying wedge as i It FOR SALE-House Trailer 10x50 applicant can expect
springs from a tough log being completely furnished. See Claude earnings between $100-$150
split. Pelllcer at Pelllcer's Fish Camp. I weekly with excellent opportunity

Parents should be sure their 6-30-ltp. for early advancement In

children are well trained in the I this area.
New Banking Hours proper use of saws and'axes.. AU TWO CLEAN ROOM APART. I' Write and 'tell me about your.
too often teenage boys, espec self. Reply at once to: Vice
lally anxious to be considered month plus utilities; will lease President, Box 1105, Winter Garden .
"he-men" take terrible chances lot on AlA ready for trailer with Florida. June 30-2tc.

Effective July 9th cutting trees or firewood, Jensen utility room. $5.00 per month.
Phone 439-2159. June 30, 2tc. SEPTIC TANK Cleaning; drain
says. fields installed; Rota-Roter snail
Cutting timber Is hard wort( FOR SALE OR RENT-3.bed. shell. Reasonable prices. Call

and over.exertion can cause< room home, living, dining and I George Jarosz, 437.3410 8-1-tf
serious injury also. Week-en Florida rooms, furnished. 2 car
GIVING YOU 12 loggers can suffer fainting, hea garage. Call 437.3865 or contact FOR RENT-2 BEDROOM DUPLEX -
prostration strokes and hear George English June 232tp. Apartments, carport.
attacks.If Screen porches, one completely
ADDITIONAL many trees must be cut or WAITRESSES WANTED for furnished, 1 partly furnished.

logs split, do the job gradual;) morning and afternoon shifts. Phone 4373304. 69tf.
with plenty of rest periods. And Windmill Restaurant, Highway
BANKING HOURS, one final precaution-wher 1 North. June 232tp. LIKE TO FISH?-Come to Pelll-
I cer Fish Camp. Boats, bait, tack
picking a spot to rest, don't sit FOR SALE-Trailer, 43 feet in le, camping and picnic area.
;,,1. A WEEK. beneath a tree with broker .
; '" length, with carport, workshopand Under new management. Richard
,i limbs, called "widow makers, bed and
living room, room and Wilda. 4-28-tf
lodged In the crown.
breezeway. Workshop practicallynew

good water, 100x100. Located
5 miles south of Marine JOHNSTON'SFLAGLER
Studios. R. A. Kellogg, Phone
Monday thru Thursday 8:30-3:30: Dex-A-Dlet Tablets. Only 98c at ACREAGESee
Why not include pork In the
8:30 3:30 5:00-7:00 Moody's Pharmacy. June 9, 12tp v* for your real estate needs
Friday : : menu for your next backyard
Office Phone HE 9.2242
I barbecue? SINGER sewing machines. New,
Closed all day Saturday Residence Phones ID 7.3691
Many pork cuts lend themselves used, repairs. Call Bob French, or ID 7.3517
to summer cook-ou( 253.4541 Daytona collect.
menus and make for fine eat

ing, says Dr. Robert L. Reddish,
meats specialist, Florida Agricul BUDDY KNOX
MAIN BANKING ROOM: tural Extension Service.
Some of these cuts are porl
chops, whole pork tenderloins, Bunnell Atlantic Service Stationu.
Monday thru Thursday 9:00-2:00 and a new one-pork shoulde

Friday 9:00: -2:00, 5:00-7:00: fillets. Highway 1 fvy. v Day Phone 437-3652
Cut pork chops to be used fo:
Ph. 437-3944
Closed all day SaturdayUse charcoaling at least one inch Night

thick. A thick cut will assure REPAIR, REBUILD GENERATORS, STARTERSAND
slow cooking and when cooke( CARBURETORS
to: well done, will result In a cu
of meat that Is palatable from I 24 Hour Heavy Duty Wrecker Service

the envelope drop of the Night Depositoryfor the standpoint of Juiciness, flavor .
and tenderness.
deposits or payments at any time night or Since pork tenderloins are iel
atlvely small-from 10 to 1(

day. ounces-Dr. Reddish advise;!
cooking them whole and sllclnj
Just before serving. Tenderloin:!

are very tender and deliciousbut INSURANCEOUR I
CITIZENS BANKof I they are also the most expensive -
of the recommendec

cuts for barbecuing.Pork PHONE NUMBER IS
BUNNELL shoulder fillets are mad*<

from the Boston butt portion o 4373394l'AGE
the pork shoulder. They shouh

I be cut approximately an Incl
to an Inch and a quarter li


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Electric Energy Residential use of electricity are not reported separately."To ing about. be set. They should be made
is the largest single consumer produce electric energyin To insure success in planting several times as large as will
Shows IncreaseThe class with last year's volume Florida all companies and palms, particularly on the lighter be needed for the planting.Fill .
reaching 12.3 billion killowatt- plants .used together 2,323,000 soil types, adequate prepara- the holes with a mixtureof
production of electric hours. An 8 per cent gain in short tons of coal (up 19 per tion for planting must be made compost, decayed leaves and
energy In Florida, a dependable : this use over 1964 points up the cent); 27,757,000 barrels of oil beforehand.R. grass or other litter, well rotted
gauge of general growth, was expanding home use of elec (up 21 per cent) and 87 billion D. Dickey, horticulturist manure in fairly large quantities
12 per cent more last year than tricity. cubic feet of gas (down 6 per Florida Agricultural Experiment and some muck and clayif
In 1964, compared with a 7 per Commercial establishments cent) during last year." stations, says there are a numberof the soil is very sandy.
cent national increase, the Flor- purchased 7.6 .billion kilowatt- vigorous palms now growing Dickey says the holes shouldbe
ida State Chamber of Commerce hours of electricity last year, up Don't Just which had little care when prepared two or three months
reports. 9 per cent. Manufacturing and planted. But at the same time, before planting. This allows the
"The total output of electric processing plants bought 6.4 Dig A HoleThe he added, there are a numbernow mixture to become well settled
plants In Florida, both private billion wilowatt-hours from elec- needlessly dead from lack and thoroughly decayed. Also,
tric plants and produced another person who says he would of care in planting.
'and public, came to 32.3 billion proper no burning of roots will follow.
kilowatt-hours last year, more 2.1 billlon-wilowatt-hours in rather have a 50-cent palm Dickey says under most con- Palms can be planted any
than double production 10 years their own establishments, with planted at a cost of $10 than a ditions it's best to dig large time of the year, but the warm
ago. gains of 14 per cent and 5 per $10 palm planted at a cost of holes where the palms are to rainy summer months are best.
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r .V I-Mr. and Mrs. William Glvins GRANT HOLLANDAT '
r Bunnell Methodist Boy Scout Troop
'I' have as their guests their son in
law and daughter, Mr. and' Mrs. SHORTER FOR RENEW YOUR
ChurchOliver Scout
Gaylord Frase and son of Akron, Begins SUMMER SESSIONJohn DRIVER'SWR1HGYOUR LICENSE ?b

( F. Taylor. Pastor) I Ohio. Grandson Mark will re House Grantham Holland, son "
THE CHRISTIAN WALL main for an extended visit with Building BIRTH MONTH '
of Mr. and Mrs. Zachary G. Hol
On the Fourth of July we I the Givins. I Boy Scout Troop 472 of Bun land of Bunnell, has enrolled in I .
commemorate our freedom. The i | nell has begun the construction the summer session at Shorter I It is not a simple matter to
Mr. David Prosser, from Lake- live a simple life.Bookkeeping.
United States has a proud heritage I on their new Scout House, located College, Rome, Ga. Holland is a
j land and a student at the University
and 'all should have a I
I on Highway 100 between Bun. senior math major at Shorter.
of Florida, spent the week and
Involment In this. How. 0
nell and Flagler Beach. The
end visiting with Mr. and Mrs. 'I Registrar Louise Thompsonhas Income Tax ServiceR.
would have
ever, people
property belongs to L. E. Wads- announced a total enrollment .
Bernie Wilson and ,
heritage being based in a daughters T.
our Shockney
worth who has given premis
of 317 students. Summer
Jo Anne and Barbara. Jo Anne '
freedom of religion. This is not P. O. Box 842
I sion to the to
troop use as a session classes will continue
so because within the Intent and returned home last Thursdayfrom Ormond Beach, Florida
building site. The Scout TroopIs
through August 22, with grad
the J. Hillis Miller Hospital
purpose the founders of our Phone 677.4587
to Mr. Wads
very grateful uation
slated for August 14.
where she made
a speedy recovery
nation was the idea that ours
I worth for the use of the proper. ------
was a nation under God in which after having open heart ty, Scoutmaster Jeffery Seale
every man had freedom of re surgery. said today.Mr. .
ligion. Responsible citizens
should demand that our nation Guest of Mr. and Mrs. Harry Seale said the boys raised Fisherman's Inn
never become a purely secular Treadwell is Miss Shirley Fried. the money by having ham din.
nation which excludes a beliefIn mann of Chicago, Ill., who is vacationing ,ners and bake sales. The boysof
God, or that allows non- in Flagler Beach. the troop would like very FLAGLER BEACH AT BRIDGE
Christian groups: to remove all much to thank the Mothers of
traces of religious belief from I Mr. and Mrs. Clyde Duensing the troop for baking the cakes Your Favorite Beer and Snack Bar

being found In the tenants of returned last Friday from Fort and cookies that the boys sold Under New Management
our nation. The greatest protection Pierce where they attended the i at their bake sales. It took the
America can have today Is funeral of Mrs. Duensing's boys almost a year to raise the Open 7:30 a. m. Till ? Closed Monday
to be one nation, under God, In. brother in law, Dr. William K. money to build the house but
divisible, with liberty and Justice Nye. Dr. Nye was an ardent they have finally made it. Boats For Rent-Docking and Gas-Phone 439-9211
to all. Our 'nation needs a fisherman and frequent visitorin
wall today, but not in the Flagler Beach.JOHNNY .
sense that walls were made in
the past or even today in Ber W. SEALE
lin. Christianity affords a faith
that can strengthen any nation, ASSIGNED TOBERGSTROM Put away the B paint can PeteChevrolet
therefore let us depend not only AFB .
upon the strength and man
Airman Johnny W. Seale, son
power of our great nation but
of Mr. and Mrs. Johnny J. Sealeof
also upon the Christ. With Him
there is no disgrace. "Let us Flagler Beach, Florida, has
build the wall of Jerusalem, been assigned to Bergstrom AFB, First decorate
that we may no longer suffer Texas, after completing Air Force your
digrace." Nehemiah 2:17.: basic training.A .
graduate of Bunnell High
!School 1965, he will be trainedon
the job as an 'administrative

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sargassum fish commonly
METHODIST CHURCH NEWS exhibited at Marineland of Florida >
Church School time is 9:45: a. not only takes on the colorof with !I
m. and morning worship at 11 the sargassum weed in whichit a new
o'clock with Rev. E. Lester lives but is also covered with
Stanton, guest minister. Sermon tassels and ribbons which imitate -
topic for next Sunday will be the plant's air-filled flotation
"There were Giants In the LandIn bladders. The sargassumfish
those Days." is a greedy eater. When not .
Rev. and' Mrs. Reynold Hoover swimming, It climbs among the
sent their regards from Toronto, sargassum with handlike fins,
Canada where they are on vacation hunting for food.
with their son and daughter -
in law, Mr. and Mrs. Bill Your troubles do not interest ,,
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