The Flagler tribune

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The Flagler tribune
Place of Publication:
Bunnell Fla
Creation Date:
July 21, 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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Moody-Atkinson ',AUGUST 1 DEADLINE One Killed, Ten 'SOCIAL SECURITY City Selects

Heads Democratic Injured In A I A I Forty Blocks


County CommitteeGeorge deadline is nearing for Accident SaturdayMrs. i I Shaw of the Social Security For Next PavingThe

the registration of contestantswho Office in Daytona Beach
Moody Sr., was reelected Opal Kincheole died'early Bunnell City Commissioners
will qualify for entry in the I I will be In the local office at the
as Chairman of the Saturday evening at The Flagler approved the paving and re-
sixth of the Florida Bunnell City Hall from 9 to 12
Flagler County Democratic Ex- I Hospital in St. Augustine from I paving of 40 city blocks for the ..
26 for the
Crown next Tuesday, July ,
ecutlve Committee at the Friday Beauty Pageant. the results of a 2-car accident at I next paving of blocks. These will
first is the deadline convenience of local patrons.
night reorganizations meet August 5:15: on North AlA at Marine I be included in the next paving
!set by the Beauty Pageant committee He will also meet those hay
land. She was a passenger in a project.
Ing.Harry of the Florida Crown I ing business with the office in
Atkinson was namedas car driven by Mr. Peterson of Those approved are: West
Beach from 1 to 2 at the
of Flagler
: Council of Chambers Commerce
Vice Chairman and Eula Gainesville, Florida. Ten people Canal from Stone to Forsythe, 1
their beauties Flagler Beach Post Office.
Fuller was reelected as secretary, Ii to get en were injured in the accident. block; South Chapel, Moody to

treasurer. tered. I Also injured was her son: Booe, 3 blocks; South Bacher

Plans for the fall campaignwere I Contestants must be between Bruce of lola, Kansas who is re Claude Kirk from Canal to Allen Ave, 2

discussed and further 116 and 25 years of age, be sing ported to be in fair condition in, blocks; Booe from Anderson to

plans will be completed at a le and never have been married St. Augustine. Also her two I Plans Visit South Chapel, 2 blocks; Allen
and be residents of the state ol
meeting to be called for a later I brothers, Beryl and Carl Peter Ave. from South Anderson to

date. Florida or be students attend son are also in the St. Augus Here July 29 South Bacher, 1 block; So. Mooreto

Tentative plans for a Party; ing school within the state of tine hospital. In the Bunnel So. Chapel, 3 blocks; Franz

Night Dinner meeting were made Florida. They must be sponsored General Hospital were three Claude Kirk, Republican. can I Street from Dee l Road to 4th

for the early fall. Guests will ball by a Chamber of Commerce, Gerken children, Tabby Sue, didate for Governor is scheduled I Avenue, 2 blocks.

Democratic Party Officeholders I I a city or a county in the Florida Debby, and Pam. to be at the Bunnell Civic Cen Fourth Avenue from Franz 1%

of the County and com Crown. Mrs. Klncheoles remains were ter at 9 o'clock on Friday morning blocks; Elm Avenue West from

mittee members. Wives and Crown cities so far committed I shiped to Kansas for services July 29, Z. D. Holland said State Street to Sherman St., 3

husbands wll also be Invited. to send contestants to the Queen I' and interment. today.Mr. blocks; Lincoln Street North

This meeting }fs planned to be Pageant include Palatka, Live Craig Funeral Home of Bun Holland said he will be from Elm Avenue to Bay Street,

the kick off for the fall cam Oak, Mayport, High Springs nell was in charge of arrange host at a coffee at that time, to 2 blocks; North Church Street

paign. Jacksonvlle, Macclenny, Bell, ments. Ace Drummond, Joe give the public an opportunity; from Moody Boulevard to Magnolia

Members of the Executive Green Cove Springs, Orange i Kelly, ad Patrolman Futch investigated to get acquainted with Mr. Avenue, 4 blocks; East

Atkinson, Park, Bronson, Chiefland, St. the accident.
Committee are Harry Palm Avenue from Pine to No.

Eula Fuller, George Moody, Sr., Augustine, Gainesville, Fernan- Kirk.Mr.. Holland said the public is Chapel, 5 blocks; Woodland

Kay Robinson, Leona Knight, dina Beach, Jasper and Starke. Martin Sack Sr. invited to attend. from Anderson Street to No.
The ladles will be
Lee Drazba, Alice Lyslak, W. L. young Chapel, 2 blocks.

Dunson, Mary Tucker, Harold judged on beauty, charm, figure Candidate For Yoh North Chapel, Woodland to
and poise. The Judging will be Completes
Patrick Coley
Emery, Joyce Holden Avenue, 1 block; North
Mitchell, and Virginia Wilson. informal or street attire, swimsuits Bacher Street from Woodland

and evening gowns. Thisis Court of AppealMartin Revaluation Of Avenue to Holden Avenue, 1

strictly a beauty contest and 'block; Holden Avenue, North
Local Hospital consideration will be to
no given County PropertyThe Chapel to North Anderson St.,

Plans talent.: H. L. Yoh Co., contractors: 1% blocks; North Chapel from
; The affair will be held in the for' revaluating all real and personal Palm to Magnolia, 1 block.

Near Future .. f few _Q>Ilse1ltIn} .Jackiqnyille property<< Jln Flagler Cpun I During the meeting they also

Beach on Saturday, August 27th7, ty: has completed the Job, Don discussed street drainage' for

Expansion of The Bunnell and all events will be free to the Moore, tax assessor, said today. Bunnell.
General Hospital to fifty-two )bUc. The company in a letter to

beds has been announced by I Tax( Assessor Moore said it

Dr. John M. Canakaris. The expansion I "has completed an appraisalfor Cancer DeathsIn

program will also include j all property in Flagler Coun-

additional operating room I Dr. Joe A. Tolle ey. In accordance with provisions Flagler for 1965

facilities, recovery rooms, an in. of the applicable statutes

tensive care unit, and a central I At Methodist relating to real and personal Were 22 PercentHow

supply. Plans also call for r property assessments, Including
still a
modernization of existing facilities Church Sunday ; the requirements for appraisalat serious health problem in Florida
to begin immediately. An full market value."
Dr. Joe A. Tolle, Superintendent is revealed in a
enlarged kitchen and staff dining Mr. Moore said he has informed
of the Deland District of county study of death rates. The
room is first on the agendafor Sack, Sr., widely endorsed State Comptroller Fred O.
Methodist Churches, will bring statistical Information was complied
modernizing, Dr. Canakaris by fellow attorneys Dickinson and Steve Roach of
the message at the 11 o'clock by the Florida Division of
said. throughout the 37-county First the Railway Assessment Board
hour at the First Methodist the American Cancer Society
"The latest scientific equipment District after 40 years as an active Df the completion of the revalua-
Church: Sunday morning, Rev. from Its records and data from
will be Installed in order member of the Florida Bar, tlon_
Oliver said the 1965 Annual Report of the
Taylor today.
to provide the best possible patient I seeks public approval to fill the The new assessment roll will of Health.In .
Following the morning service Florida State Board
care. A governing board, : unexplred Court of Appeal term be presented to the Board of
will be a short Quarterly Flagler County, during
composed of nine local community of the late Judge Wallace Stur- County Commissioners at their
Conference' and a dinner on the 1965, there was a total of 49
leaders will function as polIcy gis.; monthly meeting on Monday,
Of this
ground. Rev. Taylor said everyone deaths from all causes.
makers and oversee the running Judge Sack, who was swornn{ August 1, Mr. Moore said. After
is invited to bring a basket total more than 22 per cent, or
of the hospital, he contin for the vacant seat on the appellate that the roll will be open for Inspection
In the fellow. died from some form
lunch and share 11 persons,
bench July 15, was admitted in the tax assessor's of.
ued.Dr. ship. the Florida Bar in of cancer.
Canakaris also announced to Hce.
during 1965, there
plans for the construction ofa Rev. Taylor also said "we have 1926. He has been admitted to The Board of County Commissioners State-wide, deaths from
total of 59,080
Professional Arts Building been especially blessed this practice In all Florida courts, have set Tuesday, August was a
all Of this total more
which will have offices for year in that we have been ableto Federal courts, Including the 9, as the date for holding an diedas
17 cent, or
physicians, a dentist, and other initiate a Mission Project U. S. Supreme Court, the Treasury equalization meeting on the the result per of cancer,

professional offices. Construction which has spearheaded a drive Dept., Interstate Commerce new assessment roll. for the American
As spoksman
will begin in late summer. within our Deland District. Our Commission' and Florida Public The valuation cost to the Cancer Society said, "we are not

Church will raise $450.00 of the Service Commission. county is $51,500. Of this amount these somber statisticsto

BUNNELL LITTLE support of Miss Virginia Chapman He Is a member of the American J22.500 was the contract price releasing frighten people." "Rather," he
Bar Association as well as Associates of Tampafor
II who is a missionary In to Howze & the
said "we presenting
LEAGUEThe Uruguay. She is from a fine the' Association of Interstate mapping the county, and for factual information.
figures as
Top Ten Hitters Methodist family In Sanford. We Commerce Commission Practitioners tfbh company's services the It; is our hope to make more citzens .

J. Collins ................................ .750 will be leading the way in this and Motor Carrier amount is $29,000. The company constantly aware of the

T. Prevatt ................................ 660 I drive, and hope to raise a good Lawyers' Association. valued approxlmtely 5,000 par- vicious disease, to urge them to

B. Ervin ....................._.......... .618 portion of the money by Quarterly "The District Courts of Appealwere els of real property and In ad- become aware of 'cancer's 7

T. Bratcher ..............._.......... 527 Conference next Sunday. created about 10 years ago iition all the personal property warning signals and to recommend

T. Mathen .............................. 527 The rest of district will be and the state is divided into In L the county. to everyone the wisdom

Solomon .................................. .500 challenged to raise the remainIng ,four districts.' ," Judge Sack re- trial andippellate of' having regular health check-

B. Cauley .......,....................,... .462 90 percent of the support for calls. counsellor and as a which Include cancer examnation. -

Randy Herring ...-...........!.t... .455 this fine young lady who will be "The first District, for which lawyer."In ups ."

G. Crews ................................ 554 representing us In the mission I am a candidate, covers 37 my 40 years of practice Ihave

D Zimmerle ...............................428 field." counties, from Volusla County tried many numbers of crater the moons
A desolate on
north to Nassau County and cases, and have appeared before
THE LEAGUE STANDINGWon west to Escambla County, he the Appellate Courts of this named Hell. The crater honors. "
in 18th-century Hungarian astronomer
Lost State on numerous occasions."I
In 1851 the Rev. Lorenzo Lorraine says. Maxllllian Hell, and Isnot
Yankees ...................... 8 0 bet.ter "It is the second highest feel that by training, ex- ,
Invented a other moon
Langstroth than
Braves ........................ 2 4 beat Court in the State, and in over perlence, and knowledge I amfully hotter any
beehive and beekeepers moon's temperature -
Cardinals ...........-....... 2 4 Oxford, 90% of the cases It Is the Court qualified to hold this position. 'eature. The
to his door from 214 degrees
Dodgers ..._................. 2 6 a Ohio.path Mr. Langstroth revolutionized of C last resort. ." Fahrenheit ranges by day to 250 below

beekeeping by devising adive 'Being such an importantcourt night, the National Geographic
it but
You not know youare
the position of Judge requires may
Most people are a little smarter with removable frames for often says.t' .
wide experience as a wrong.
basic design
than they seem. honeycombs.




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plants will help the flowering the bud of each zinnia plant superb quality. I
Gardening In Florida Notice Is hereby given that pursuant -
I I I plants to stand up and wave Just before the plant is about to : to motion duly made -

(I, Herr 7 Sharp) 1 1I their blossoms skyward. set a single flower bud. This i ORDIVANCK No. 66-6 County ed and Commissioners carried, by the of Board Flagler of

I I Space the twine so as to form may delay flowering a few days, AMENDING AND County, Florida,r3th-IJ'P: ltteMiih
Try the trusty zinnia, If you I AN ORDINANCE Ing of said
6-inch squares. For only a few but it will cause the plant to ENLARGING THE CORPORATELIMITS day of July, A. D. 1966, Inspectorsand
have about the of Olo FLAG-
run gamut OF THE CITY Clerks of each Election
spindly plants it will be easierto send two or more flowers fora -
the alphabet flowerwise. I up LER. BEACanDFLORNcDAg INPROVIDING or Precinct In Flagler' County,
stake each plant and omit bank of blossoms rather thana IJ1 lUmEWITH AND Florida, were appointed and voting
These giant long-lasting flow EFFECTIVEDATE places or polling places for
the maze of string. single bloom. THE each Election District or PrecinctIn
to add brilliant
ers are sure HEREOF.
County, Florida
Flagler ,
color to your garden during the Inspect the zinnia bed each Finally for the fanciest cut i Whereas, the cw Commission described designated for the First Primary were

hot days ahead. afternoon When there is the flowers try covering some plants I herein finds that IlJp At'Mneto the property{JY iveltLubl.) the Election 2nd of to August be held, A, on D. 1966 Tuesday, the,

For the odd and unusual, plant I slightest sign of drooping with cheesecloth before the first OCEAN INC. and is contiguous to the said of Board Flagler of County County Florida Commissioners hav--

the varieties such as the Pepper. leaves flood the soil. flowers are ready to open. The present boundaries of the City of I ing appointed the following named

mint stick and the Ortho Polka. Don't sprinkle the leaves because filtered light and protectionfrom I frlagler WHEREAS Beach, : and OCEAN PALM persons respectively as Inspectors and having and designated Clerks

I trouble insects make flowers of COUNTRY CLUB, INC. has formally the following voting: or
The Dark Jewel will produce a you are Inviting petitioned the City of Flagler Beach polling
flower with twisted and spiky from mildew. If this disease super giant size, clear color and for said land to be Included within said places for Precinct said No. 1:
I' the municipal boundaries of Vote In the County Commissioners
petals. shows up apply either a sulfur City: andWHEREAS Commissionfinds Room in Flagler County Courthouse --

Dahlia Flowered California dust or a neutral copper spray. IV THE ClltrilT (OIRT, E\- I lands the City described herein I Bunnell, Florida.
that the
EVTII JIDHIAL ( lilt I IT. IN Pearl Woods
Giant and Super Giant are eye. For more blossoms pinch out AND FOIl FLAI.LKR ..COUNTY can be served with municipal therefore Myra Wadsworth
utilities and services now
FLORIDA. Isabelle Barrow
catching with mammouth size
IV (IIAVCKKY. Inspectors
Zinnias are to I OPEN SESSION
easy grow. COUNTY, FI.OIII1IA.IV Plaintiff Vote In the Flagler Beach Recre-

essentials are hot weather and PROIIATK. I VIJ.JOliN 1. The: boundaries of the City of ation Center, Flagler Beach Flor-
In Re: The Estate of R NIELSEN, ida,
sunshine. select DefendantD1VORCK. I Flagler Beach be and they are ,
sunny i CHRIS KILPER, Deceased hereby amended to Include within Margaret Chaffee
for the flower bed. Next \OTHK OK IMtOIIATKTO the limits of said city Clara Marks
spot ALL PERSONS INTERESTEDIN NOTICE TO AI'I'I<:A1t corporate Doris Fllklns
loosen the soil with a spade to I THE ESTATE OF SAID DECEDENT THE STATE OF FLORIDA, TO: I that described real property as follows more: particularly ,: Inspectors
: Catherine Wilson, Clerk.
a depth of 12 inches or more. !i You are hereby notified that a I 1101 Madison Street, That 29, portion and that of Portion Fractional of Government Section -- Precinct No. 3

During the be sure to written Instrument purporting to Bogalusa:, LouisianaYou I Lot 5, Section 30, beingIn Vote In Community Hall, Haw
process I I are hereby notified that u !
be the last will and testament of Township. 12 South, Range 32 Creek, Flagler County, Florida.
I suit for divorce has been fled
from admitted to Bowden
remove invading tree roots said decedent has been Florida, and
East, Flagler County rldkl
I probate In this court. You are hereby against you In the above entitled I
the bed site. These intruders commanded within six calendar cause and you are hereby required being described as follows Intersection: of Thera Cowart

will give grief by robbing I months from the date of the first to serve upon Plaintiffs Attorney, the Commence South line at of the said Section 29 InspectorsDoris
you whose name and address!
publication of thla notice to appearin Tucker Clerk
line of State
with the Westerly
the flowers of plant food and this court and show cause, if I hereon your written defense if I Road AlA, an 80' right of way as Prrrlnct No. 3-A
to the Bill of In
any you can, why the action of any Vote In Church Hall Korona,
laid out thence Westerly
water plus stunting growth. said suit, on or before the 20th now ;
this court In admitting said will to along said South line of Section Flagler County, Florida
probate should not stand unrevoked. day of August, 1966, else decree pro Mary Mlzanln
the bed. I I
After clearing away ed. | confesso will be entered against 29, a distance of 426.32' to the pointof Alice Lyslak

site debris ,sprinkle the area / K. McKnlght I I you From beginning said ;point of beginning go Antonlette Slovak
WITNESS my hand and seal of
County Judge, tlagler InspectorsSophie
with a generous amount of com I County, Florida said Court this 19th day of July Northerly Road AlA, and a distance parallel ofto 121987'State femiRlelskl, Clerk

mercial fertilizer. Mix the plant I 1'lrat publication on July 14, 1966. 1966. to a point: Precinct No. 4
July U2128AuiHc.. Vote In St. Johns Park Commun-
food into the soil and rake the ( ) Clerk of said Court angles Thence to last Easterly described and line at a right distance ity Hall, St. Johns Park, Flagler
111:JoTIXU Hys: / Julia R Harvey
I.CU'AJ.JZATIOX County, Florida
bed smooth before seeding. Deputy Clerk of 100' to a point:
Notlc l Is hereby given that the W. L. WAD WOHTH Thence Northerly and parallel to Joan Harper
Plant the seed no more than Board of County Commissioners of 1'. O. Box 896 State Road AlA, a distance of 300' I 1 Aileen Harding
eighth-inch deep and don't lliigler County will meet with the Bunnell, Florida to a point; Mary Harding
County Tax Assessor at the County Attorney for Plaintiff Thence Westerly and at right InspectorsDorothy
firm the soil too much. In fact Commissioners room In the July 21, 28, and Aug 4, 11, 4tc angles to last described line, a distance Salyerds Clerk.
Courthouse, Bunnell I, Florida, at the I of 100' to a point: Precinct No. 4-A
you can pack the earth with hour of 9:00: A. M., on Tuesday, IV TIIK CIRCUIT (CO'iIT *EVI'vru Thence Northerly and parallel to Vote In Masonic Hall Bunnell,
the light from the garden August !9. A D., 1966 for the purpose Ji'DI<'IAL "JlU'11IT. iv State Road AlA, a distance of 1300' Flagler County, Florida
spray I of hearing complaints and receiving AND FOR frLAf.LKR ('(l1'NTY, more or less, to a point in the Amorette Wells
hose. testimony as to the valueof 'IORln". North line of aforesaid I GovernmentLot Jennie Green
any property, real or personal, IN (IIAVtMlY. 5Thence: Grace Wray
In warm soil zinnia seed as fixed and ret County Assessor of >.>. 531$. Westerly and along the Inspectors
germinate within a few days Taxes, purpose of perfecting BARBARA L. RIMEL. North line of Government Lots C Nina Spivey, ClerkPrecinct
reviewing and equalizingthe ; Plaintiff, I and 4, a distance of 1030' more or No. S
and produce seedling that most assessments, the value of which v.. less to a point In the right of way Vote In Community Hall, Espanola -
shall have been fixed by the County CHARLES E. mMJ.o L.Derendant. ( line of the Florida Intracoastal Flagler County, Florida,
likely outgrows the weeds. However Assessor of Taxes or changed by Waterway: Mautse McKinney

for fastest flower growthbe hllated HI,'our..: Thence Southerly along said right Mable Lane
at Uunnell, Florida this NOTICI3 TO APPKAH of way of the Florida Intracoastal Addle Woods
sure to pull out the weeds 12th day of July, A. D., 1966. THE STATE OF FLORIDA, TO: r Waterway a distance of 2850' moreor InspectorsGlenda
CHARLES E. RIMEL less to the Southerly line of
promptly as they are a hog for OF FLAG Box 534 Care State Prison Section 30: thence Easterly along; Precinct No. 5-A
water and plant food. LER COUNTY, FLORIDA Jesups, MarylandYou I Southerly line of Sections 30 and I Vote In Johnson Bnlldlng AlA
By: Alfred R Tucker, are hereby notified that a 29 a distance of 930' more or less, Highway Marlneland. Florida.
When zinnia seedlings send ATTEST: Chairman suit for divorce has been filed to the point of beginning. I VVIlmuth Llklns
E. A. 81\1 YTUI<;. Clerk against you in the above entitled : 2. All ordinances or parts of ordlnances *- Latltla LeGreve
forth their first true leaves thin
July 14-21-2tc cause and you are hereby requiredto In conflict herewith are I Ruth Yelvington
them to stand 8 to 10 inches 1 serve upon Plaintiffs Attorney, I hereby repealed Inspectors.
STATE OF FLORIDA whose" -name and address appear 3. This ordinance shall take effect Coley Mitchell Clerk.
apart for the small flowered varieties I hereon, your written defense If Immediately upon Its final I By order of the Board of County
and a full 18 inches for OFFICE OF SECRETARY SS any, to the Bill of Complaint in I adoption. Commissioners of Flagler County
said suit on or before the 20th day Charles RockettCommissioner Florida, In Special Meeting at Bun-
the giant. Delayed thinning will Of 1TATI3 I of August, 1966, else decree pro I, I 1I1ju Flagler County, this 13th day
KNOW YE, that I, TOM ADAMS confesso will be entered against Willie S Harrison A D, 1966.; .
result in stunted growth and Secretary of State of the State of Commissioner ALFRED R. TUCKER

few flowers. Florida do hereby give notice that you.WITNESS my hand end seal of Floyd Collins Chairman of the Board of
Special Primary Elections will be said Court this 18th day, of July Commissioner County Commissioners of
If you can't bring yourself to held In Flagler County on Tuesday 1966, Willis A. McDowell Flagler County. Florida
August 2 and. If necessary, a second E. A. SMYTHE Commissioner ATTEST AND COUNTY COM
thinning then it is likely the special primary election on Clerk of Said Court. Geo. E. Wickline MISSIONERS. SEAL AFFIXED:
plants will spindlytalland Tuesday, August 16 By /sJulia R Harvey, Commissioner E. A. SMYTHE. Clerk
grow The Special Primary Elections are Deputy Clerk. APPROVED: 28th June, 1966 Board of County Commissioners
will fall over when decked being held for the purpose of selecting W. L WADSWORTH j R. L. McNab Mayor of Flagler County Florida
nominees of recognized po- I' O. Box 896 June 30. and July 7, 14, 21, 4tc. July 21-ltc
out with a giant-size blossom. litical parties to become candidatesIn Bunnell, Florida

If this is the predicament then the General Election on Novem- Attorney for lalntlff I STATE II\K NO. 407
ber 8. 1966 for the office of Judgeof July 21, 28, and Aug! 4, 11, 4tcIV .
give the plants something to the District Court of Appeal HFPOKT OF CONDITION OF CIT17KV RANK OF IIUVVFLL" OF
First Appellate District. TilE CIRCUIT COURT, SEV- III \M:II., IV TIIK STATE OF "'LOJUn.A'r Till CLOSE OF
lean upon. Green twine attached i Given under my hand and the EVTII JUDICIAL CIRCUIT, IN IllOIVhtS OV JUNE: 30, 1006ASS.1TS
to stakes and Great Seal of the State of Florida, AND FOR FLAbLKR COUNTY,
green I at Tallahassee, the Capital, this "'LOIIIUA.
two-thirds the height of the the First day of July A. D. 1966. IN (IIANCFRY NO. 52IK1. Cash, balances I with other banks and cash Items In processof

i (SEAL) Tom Adams MARTHA HALL WILLIAMS, collection ................. ............. :......................!.........................._....$ 67046491
Secretary of State Plaintiff, United States Government obligations, direct and guaranteed 1,309,750.00

iv CIRCUIT COURT OK TUB I July 7-14-21-3tc Obligations of States and political subdivisions.._..................... 806,600.51
SEVENTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT REGINALD WILLIAMS, Securities of Federal agencies and corporations not guaranteed -

IV AND FOIl FLAOLFR COUNTY I. IN TIIH CIRCUIT COURT, SKVKVTH DefendantDltORCF. by U S. ..._......?.................. ....'....."....." None
FLORIDA, CHANCERY JUDICIAL CIKCU, IN Other securities ( d .g..N. ) corporate stocks):::::: None
ANn FOIlv FLAULUR COUNTY, NOTICE TO APPEAR Federal Funds sold '.....'........ .. None
NO. B.106THELMA LUCILLE EVANS. FLORIDA.PRUETT THE STATE OF FLORIDA TO: Other Loans and discounts" ::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::?::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::. 2,29853222

Plaintiff CONSTRUCTION CO. REGINALD WILLIAMS whose Bank premises I furniture and fixtures and other assets representing

INC. a Florida Corporation residence and Post Office address bank premises '.'...'.'.'.:'''....'..''..'.... ,,............_.....'. 152.23671
JAMES DELI3ERT EVANS, Plaintiff are unknown. Real estate owned other than bank premises.........._.........,........ None
Defendant. VII. You are hereby notified that a Customers liability to this bank on acceptances outstanding None

ORDER OF PUBLICATION VINEY O'HARA BOSWELL. suit for divorce has been filed Other assetsTOTAL .._....................................................................................._... 6, .
IN THE NAME OF THE STATE I Defendant. against you In the above entitled ASSETS ....................................................................................... 5243,86528
OF LOUIDA: TO: VINEY O'HARA BOSWFLL a cause and you are hereby requiredto LIABILITIES
TO: JAMES DELBERT EVANS resident of the State of Florida serve upon Plaintiffs Attorney,
who has been absent from the Demand deposits of Individuals, partnerships, and
RT.MERRY NO. HILL 2 State for more than sixty (60) hereon whose name your and written address defense appear, If Time tions ......._................................. ......................................_.......corpora. .._...... .. 1,758,112.17

You NORTH are hereby CAROLINA required to file days ronaeals, or herself In the that alternative Service so of said any. suit to ,the on or Bill before of Complaint the 6th day in corporations and savings........deposits.................of.......individuals.....................,....partnerships........"...".........,...and....... 2D137414I
with the Clerk Court I Process cannot be served upon of August, 1966, else decree Deposits\ of United States Government......?......_ 10 000.00
answer to the OJllthl Complaint your her. confesso will be entered against pro Deposits Deposits of of States and political subdivisions::::::..::::::: :.:.::::::::: 91924724:
NOTICE OF UIT foreign government and official institutions
filed h against you In the >ou central -
above entitled cause on or before YOU ARE HEREBY NOTIFIED WITNESS my hand and seal of banks and International Institutions.................._........... None
that a Complaint to foreclose a said Deposits of commercial I banks .. ..
and the sereve 30th day a of July thereupon A. D.,R.1966 K contractors lien upon the following 1966 Court this lit day of July Certified and officers' checks, etc:' ::::::::::_:::::::::::::::::. :::::::::::::::::: 8731672 None

Roberson, Esq copy plaintiffs attorney described real property: E. A. SMYTHE TOTAL DEPOSITS .........................................._ .............4.810..21.15.
herein North 250 feet of Government Clerk of said Court. (a) Total demand deposits ....... .... ..
whose address
& Roberson, 209 Conrad Is Clayton Build. Lot 1, Section 26, (Seal) By: %l Julia R, Harvey *b) Total time and savings deposit j i J".iUrUU1:::::::::::::::: : :

ing, DeLand, Florida "The FlaglerTribune' Township 11. South Range Deputy Clerk Federal funds purchased ................................................................... None
la hereby designated as : 31 East, Flagler County, W. L. WADSWORTH Other liabilities for borrowed money ............... ........?........-... None
Florida P. O. Ac"Aa.n.cf1l executed by or for account of this
the Box 896 bank and
In which
shall newspaper be published once a this week order for I has been filed |In this Court againstyou Bunnell. Florida Other outstanding I .......Including..._............................_.........._..."."--".-.' None
four consecutive weeks HEREIN and you are hereby requiredto Attorney for Plaintiff liabilities ( $ None mortgages and other None

FAIL NOT OR A DECREE PRO file your answer or other defense July 7-14-21-28-4tc liens LIABILITIES'1' and other real> estate).-..........._...._. None
CONFESSO WILL BE ENTERED to said suit in the office of TOTAL ................................_............................._.._... 4,81042164
Flagler County, Florida at the FLAOLKR (OUNTY. FLORIDA (a) Capital notes and
e .......
for The divorce.nature of this suit Is a bill Bunnell Flagler Florida County, on Courthouse or before ,Aug-in MICHAEL IV IIANCFRY DEAN McCAVE NO. MOT (b) Preferred No. shares stock-total outstanding: urreai ::::::::::::::::::;::::::::::::::::::::::: None None

Bunnell.WITNESS Flagler' My hand County and, Florida seal at thereof ust 15, on 1966.the and Plaintiffs to serve attorneys a copy VIJ. Plaintiff, (c) Common No shares stock authorize1500- total par None value .............._.................__.._... 150,000.00

this 28th day of June A. D. 1966 THOMAS C. SIMPSON 114 Bay SUSAN JANE McCAVE.Defendant. No. shares outstanding 1500
(Official Sean E. A SMYTHEAs Street, Daytona Beach, Florida, Surplus "."....,.
Flagler Clerk Circuit Florida Court Box and PAUL 5307, Daytona R STERN.Beach Post Florida Office, THE STATE NOTICE OF TO FLORIDA DEFEND TO: Undivided R'e.flrve for profits- "'::::::::::::::::::::.:::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::' ::::::::::::::: 20000000 68.44174: :

By countrt as required by the Lawn of Florida SUSAN JANE McCA VEt TOTAL contingencies and other capital reserves ............ 5.000.00
arvep EtI .. ..,,,,,, t m%'iiiA
. and the Florida Rules of Civil Whose residence and office IsccRJWTJAP .
Deputy Clerk. post '
June 30 & July 7-14-21-4tcSrtburtr Procedure. If you fail to do to a address are unknown T L. ACCOUNTS ::T": :: :::::: 5,243865* 28
Decree Pro Confesso will be taken I You are hereby notified that a MEMORANDA
against you for the relief soughtin suit has been filed against you In AVwTufeca li total deposits for the 15 calendar

This the Complaint notice shall. be published the are hereby above entitled required cause: and you answer total date loans...........for........the........15......calendar....................._......days..._.......endingAcarilirdatl ....._..... ,729.76..81

flit llflaglrr once each week for four consecutive with the ktoorlhr.oand Court, ..._............ .. .. days ending wIth
week In the Flagler County to serve a copy thereof upon Loa. :: shown in i m..f. T .Assets'.s.:;...are.........after........... .....-.... 2,344,376.25

Tribune. the plaintiff or plaintiffs attorney, o ... deduction
WITNESS my hand and official whose name and address Is: Securities shownrinsit ms 2-5 of "Assets" are 17.157.25

seal at Bunnell Florida, Flagler DONALD E. BUCK ductlons of valuation reserves ....._.. ,_ after de-
MRS. IL B. FULLER. Editor County, this 6th day of July, 1966. 108 St. George Street I: Charles E. Creal, tOf.tii j i ._ ... None
E A. SMYTHE. Clerk of St. Augustine, Floridanot swear that this report of condition I. above-named bank, do solemnly
the Circuit Court In and later 30 D my [knowledge and belief. and correct to the best of
Designated newspaper for all For Flagler County Flor- If you r.nUllo oAd rl:6ro Correct-Attest-

Legal AdvertUlagEntered ida. confesso will be entered againstyou Charles E. CrealmW
s/Julla n, Harvey, D. C for the relief demanded in the R. Cody
PAUL n. STERNPost bill of complaint. The nature of Holden
as .econd class matter Office Box 6307 said suit being for divorce. John A. C1gg
February t. 1918, at the post- Daytona Beach Florida WITNESS my hand and seal of OF. Alford
office at Bunnell, Florida under Attorney for Plaintiff.THOMAS said Court this 28th day of June Lily J, Creal
Act Of March I, un C. A. D. 1966.Official *
SIMPSON ( Seal) E. A. SMYTHE State of Florida County of Flagle7stOr .
114 Bay Street Clerk of said Circuit Court Sworn to and .
Oae year 12.61 Daytona Beach Florida By Julia R. Harvey 1 hereby certify that rSmbnotb0offic'e? .rSliWSVthff& 1966. and
Six moats _----'LSR Attorney for Plaintiff. Deputy Clerk (SEAL) Imogene Strickland. Nofay nk'
... July June 30 & July 7.U-1-Uc My commissions Public
expires Sept 12, 1969I ,


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MOST VETERANS this or any of your other veter j

-- ENTITLED TO SOCIAL an's affairs contact your local I
Veteran County Service Officer.

SECURITY. T. Dixon, of CREDITSM. the Florida Department II I I WE GIVE M E T T S Quantity Reserved Rights

of Veterans Affairs, ***
called to the attention of all veterans I Too Late TOP PRICES GOOD

today a little known benefit Thurs., Fri., Sat.,

to at which the time they they may are be eligible entitled i I To Classify VALUE SUPER MARKET and Monday

for their social security.In BY Russell Bay July 21, 22, 23
general veterans, with 90 and 25
days of active service between Is the American Consumer being STAMPS 103 SOUTH RAILROAD ST. Tel. 437.3 201
I Sept. 16 1940 and Dec. 31. 1956 short-changed? Do you findIt I
and whose discharge was other difficult to compare values
than dishonorable may receive because of existing labeling and
gratuitous social security wage packaging practices? Which is Flavor Aged ChoiceCHUCK

credits of $160 for each month of really the best value the "reg
I tis duty. Veterans with less than ular", "small", "medium", or ROAST
Ib. 47Flavor
90 days of service may receive "giant" size? I II
credits if they were discharged In an effort to require truth in j
because of disabilities or injuries I packaging and labeling the"
incurred or aggravated in United States Senate recently I AgedCHUCK
service in line of duty. I passed a "Truth in Packaging )
These credits are not actually Bill" by a vote of 729. I
listed on the social security Now the House of Representatives STEAK Ib.Ib. 49
earning record until the veteran is considering a companion .
applies for benefits. At that time bill and Rep. Harley O.
proof of the veteran's military Staggers (D-W. Va.) is planning Lean JuicyCUBE
service will be required.For to conduct extensive hearings. I
further information on Considering the fact that the
American consumer spends STEAK 79Lean
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about $80 billion a year on
household products, if honest
labeling will save only pennieson
& UPHOLSTRY WORKS individual items it can

710-12 Lemon St. amount to a tidy sum in the! ALL-MEAT STEW lb. 69'
Palatka Florida course of a year.
Phone EA 5-9166 With prices going up and the
Furnltu-*. Upholstering dollar value down it is Imperative
Repaired & Refinished that consumers on fixed incomes
Mattresses & Box Select Tender
Springs Streak O'Lean
with limited incomes
Made to Order.Also Renovated or
get value received for their shop BEEF LIVER
Call Laura Morris 437-3233 dollars. WHITE B'ACONlb.
Alter 6:00 P. M. I
The is lb.
PRICES REASONABLE. legislation Congress 39C
BUDGET PLAN IF NEEDED. I working on Is not intended to 49C
Just as near as your set the price of any product or
Phone or Post Office dictate packaging design. Its
Drop Us A Card or Call
sole is to require manufacturers
Free Pick-up & purpose 100% PureGROUND Fla. Grade "A" .
.A.t> DRliveryY. __ to truthfully label the (Family Pkg. Cut-up)
package as to weight and quantity BEEF FRYERS
In simple language that
O. F. ALPORD the purchaser can understandand Ibs.
Registered quickly compare with similar 4 $196 5lb. $189

I Real Estate BrokerBunnelL I products.The .
net contents should be

Florida expressed in ounces unless the BARGAINS --- BARGAINS
product is marketed in whole
i TF units such as pounds, pints or
PETERSON TEXACO quarts. In other words a producer Chase & Sanborn (Reg. or Drip)
SERVICE would be required to labela
I ROAD SERVICE package "53 ounces" rather COFFEE DIRT CANT e
than three five
pounds ounces.
Mechanic! Work Lb. !
The consumer could then more 48c ,
Phone 437.U&! Jnnnell Tin IIID E..tF FROM
--- easily divide 53 into the selling
price to reach a unit cost and Limit ((1) with $5.00 or more food order

compare with another brand. ..., -
WANT ADS The consumer will spend lessif ...,''- SATEMAYONNAISE
he can which Is what economists Kraft '
have asked him to do to
Listings under this heading are help prevent Inflation but he- : Gt. Size
3 cents a word each insertion. '
must be able to determine [
75 cents II the minimum charge:
which products are cheaper. Qtr 48e 48
who needto Enactment of a strong pack.
WANTED-Two men
aging bill will give him a tan Limit ((1) with $5.00 or
month. Call
make $800.00 a gible In the fight againstthe Limit ((1) with $5.00 or more food order more food order
2523216. or write P. O. Box 6007 weapon
Daytona Beach Fla. July 21, Itc high cost of living. When
the consumer knows that a 23
OSAGE (21/2 Can) Hi-C
FOR SALE Tweed Foam Lounge ounce package of soap for 32c (46 oz. cans)
with Foam Bolsters $18. Jerry's is proportionately cheaper than
Furniture and Appliance Old the "giant economy" size of five PEACHES FRUIT DRINKS

Dixie Highway, 2 miles South of pounds and 11 ounces for $1.33
Korona. Phone 4373753. 7.21.1tc his shopping dollar will give his 4 Cans $
dollar greater buying power.
Where there are no standards
home on canal with boat dockat ,
and no intelligent easy mans of
115 Lantana Avenue Flagler
comparison almost everybody DELMONTE 14 MONOGRAM
Beach. Large living and dining oz.CATSUP (Long Grain)
suffers. The consumer who unwittingly
room built In kitchen 14 bath
too much for an
pays RICE
Florida room workshop 2 car 22 oz.
item he believes to be a bargain
90x112 lot. $14,500.00. Bottle52C
Call 2527571. July 14, tf and the ethical producerwho Bottles'
conscientiously informs the 4 89e 3 ig 390

LOSE WEIGHT safely with public about his product.A .
Dex-A-Diet Tablets. Only 98c at recent survey indicates that
Moody's Pharmacy. June 9, 12tp American consumers are spending FRESH PRODUCE FROZEN FOODSu. -

SINGER sewing machines. New they nine need per to so cent if you more consider than S. No. 1 (Irish) Master Chef 9 oz.

used repairs. Call Bob French, I a saving of nine per cent or POTATOES 10th. 49C FRENCH FRIES Ea. 90
253.4541 Daytona collectSEPTIC even five per cent on the $80 a
TANK Cleaning; drain billion he spends annually you I Sweet Juicy Morton's 20
fields Installed Rota-Roter snail oz.
; can see the saving that would

shell.George Reasonable Jarosz 437.3410 prices.8.1UJOHNSTON'S Call result.If you would like to see a RED GRAPES 'b. 290 FRUIT PIES 3 for $100

-x"J strong packaging and labeling "" "''''u.u.u.m. mm '''.u.uu..u'u.
v/- /-v/ >/ v JPJ.Jliq
bill become a reality write your
FLAGLEB BEACH REALTY CO. congressman and' urge his sup 50 FREE 50 FREE 50 FREE '


WATER FRONT FARMS The Pacific Stock Exchangein With purchase of With purchase of With purchase of

ACREAGE San Francisco opens at 7. a. I (2)) Doz. Eggs (1)) Smoked ((1)) Canned Ham
Bee tu for your real estate needs m. to synchronize its workday (All Sizes) Picnic Ham (All Sizes)

Office Phone HE 9.2242 with that of the New York Ex- I Coupon Void After Coupon Void After Coupon Void After

Residence Phones or ID ID 7.3517 7-3691 change the National Geographicsays. Monday, July 25, 1966 Monday, July 25, 1966 Monday, July 25, 1966



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PAGE FOUR '1'HE'FLAGLER TRIBUNE, BUNNELL: FLORIDA 'Thursday, July 21, 1966riaaler

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Though Sirius makes no con- shape, fresh, attractive in appearance
Water DesaltingPlant I tribution to the heat, the dog and of good color

Beach I Started For I days generally are more uncomfortable which may vary from a deep,
II I than the rest of the ]( solid green to a gray, depend-

II I : year because of an infernal combination ,ling on variety.
I Key West CitizensGround of heat and humidity. I I Mature watermelons also have

was broken last weekin :> By July and August, the earth a velvety bloom-a dull rather

I Key West for construction for I is well warmed; oceans have I I than shiny surface. The underside .

I what was called the world's lost their winter chill. Days are of the ripe melon is yellowish

I largest single unit water desalting I still long, and the sun beats I I In color, or' beginning to

..I i ir plant, on Stock Islandin I down fiercely from high in the ,' turn from a white or pale green

c I the Florida Keys, Florida sky.As to light yellow. Sweetness is

News says. temperatures rise, more I'I largely dependent upon variety,

4 The plant, when completed, moisture evaporates. The air be. not appearance.
4 will produce 2,260,000 gallons of comes muggy. From every pond, I I I

fresh water daily. I ocean, river, and stream, water I The world's rivers deposit two
I Key West residents now re is drawn into the air at the rate I billion tons of salt in the oceans

ceive their fresh water from a | of some 16 million tons a sec. each year.

135-mile pipeline, owned by the I, ond. I _
Eventually, the moisture will
Navy, which carries six million
gallons daily from Florida City I return as rain, snow, or some 1
into the lower keys. i other form of precipitation. But I I Alexander

I Following completion of the I while moisture is retained in the i

1 x bARMY desalting plant, other commun ''I air It causes sticky misery and |i! Lumber Company

I ities in the Keys and the Navy endless repetition of, "It's not ,

base at Key West will continue 1 Ito the heat, it's .the humidity." FLAGLER BRANCH

use the pipeline for freshwater j

I II I supplies. .*.. Summer Time

II I ''How; To Select

I I Heat Wave Arrives ',: A Ripe Melon Special

MAJ. JOHN W. Northern University.Ohio Watermelon cutting time Is Quantity Discount Paint

pastorates Include Glov- On Schedule- here, Dr. James Montelaro, veg.
ster, London Columbus, Sidney; etable crops specialist, Florida SALESavings
AWARD FOR SERVICEArmy Indiana pastorates, North Methodist In Dog DaysThis Agricultural Extension

MaJ. John W. Zysk (left) Indianapolis and WayneSt. points out and a service'l to 20%
son of Mr. and Mrs. Alexander Methodist, Ft. Wayne. year's dog days have a summer crop Is expected.Contrary up on
shaper bite than usual. to popular Exterior-Interior
lIe was District Superintend.
F Zysk, Flagler Beach, Florida, I
receives the Army Commendation ent in Evansville, Indiana 1952- Since July 3, the traditionalstart says Dr. Montelaro, "thumping"a Masonry-Wood Paint

Medal from Maj. Gen. HarryJ. 1957; Director. Advance, Divisionof of the dog days, much of watermelon Is generally not
World Missions, New York the United States has sweltered too hlepful In determining ripe. Let us assist you with our
Lemley Jr., commanding
gen City in 19571961. in continuous 90-plus and 100 ness, 'and can be extremely mis remodeling or home
eral, during ceremonies at Fort I
degree temperatures, the Na leading. The only sure way Is improvement service.
Leavenworth, Kan., June 30 honoring
I I I tional I to cut a plug from the melon
Geographic Society says.
li him upon retirement from 'TWO GAME PARTIES ATWOMAN'S TO SAVE MONEY-
Instead of worrying about so the inside flesh can be seen
the U. S. Army after more than I CLUB THIS WEEK TRADE WITH
r mad dogs and other odd legend. or tasted. This method is not
twenty years of active Federal |I Ways and Means Chairman, I i'I
ary dangers of the season, pres. to be recommended unless the
service. I Mrs. V. W. Haines of the Flag.
ent-day Americans are concern : melon is to be eaten right away. I
Major Zysk received the ler Woman's Club reports there
ed about failures caused Since this method is not
power prac
award for superior performanceof I will be the usual games party by overloading from air condi tical, several outward signs area 3 GAL. FOR $5.00
duty during his last assign enjoyed by the people onThursday
I tioners. guide to ripeness and especially I QUALITY PAINT
ment as installation facilities (tonight), beginningat
Come In and see It made)
Those without air conditioning -though they are
offices and deputy logistics officer 7:30 and another games partyon II I R. V. leoman, Ormond Beach
I follow the advice given 2,800 not always "sure fire.
in the office of the assistant Friday evening beginningat Corner Hand Are. V. S. 1
years ago by the Greek poet I Good quality watermelons are 677-8020 677-8929
I chief of staff for logistics at 7:30.
Healed: "When Sirius parches I usually firm, symetrical in I
Fort Leavenworth.The I This will be for 'adults with a
I '' I head and knees, and the bodyis 1------------
major entered the Army in choIce of games available with .
I' dried up by reason of the heat,
January 1942. prizes for winners of each. Door
sit In shade and drink."
then the
He is a 1941 graduate of East {I prizes and refreshments will be I
f High School In Erie; Pa. given for the reduced summer. Bright Dog Star
I Sirius is the name of the
donation price. Members are
brightest visible star-28 times
r RETIRES FROM asked to tell their neighbors and
I brighter than the sun. Its clear
GULF LIFE INS.A. I I friends, as advance tickets will I I II
blue-white light marks the con.
W. Powers retired April 11 j not be sold. stellation Canis Major, "the
from the Gulf Life Insurance Mrs. Haines also wishes to
I "Greater Dog," so Sirius became
I thank all those who helped in'
Jacksonville after 40
Company, I known as the Dog Star. I
I any way to make the fourth of
years. lIe has moved to his beach The Greeks and Romans noted
house North 21st street and Cen July project the huge success that Sirius rose with the sun at I
tral Avenue Beach. Mr. that it was. I
Flagler I midsummer, the hottest time of II
Powers said the At last week's games party I
we enjoy won the year. Thus the Romans call I
Dennis and Dean Potter of
derful breeze also the
ocean ed this period dies caniculares, 1
fishing pier. We have entertain Memphis, Michigan were wel or dog days. I II
I I comed. They are visitors at the
ed our many friends and relatives The traditional season ran from
I'Martin Porte home on Lambert
from Jacksonville. Last
I July 3, 20 days before the simultaneous
week we had friends from At. Avenue. I appearance of the sun
lanta. This week our daughterand and Sirius, to August 11, 20 days

her husband, Mr. and Mrs.' FSC Club Met after. Sirius Is on a slightly dif 1I

f D. D. Mitchell and children from fere nt schedule now, but dog
L vacation.Jacksonvile are here for a week's For Luncheon days still come in July and Aug.

I ust. \
j There were 10 members and Mistakenly, the Greeks and

i one guest present for the luncheon Romans thought that Sirius was I BEER-A big boost to the economy!

METHODIST CHURCH NEWS [ Tuesday, July 19, sponsored addng its heat to the sun's as

Rev. Dallas L. Browning of 6''I by the Flagler Senior Citizens they rose and set together. They The brewing industry each year contributes over

Seabreeze Drive, Ormond Beach, ]j Club. The group met for the blamed the brilliant star for 1.4 billion dollars in federal, state and local excise

will be guest minister for the' dutch treat affair at Quick and field-withering droughts, mid. taxes. Wages and salaries in the brewing industry .
next six Sundays, at the regular I[Tasty restaurant near Ormond summer sickness, and the deathof
account for almost
II 500 million dollars
11 o'clock worship service. Rev. | Beach. This was the second outIng farm animals. To appease the and the

1- Browning is a retired member of :,: for the summer season when inimical star, the Romans sacri purchase of packaging materials from other industries

: the North Indiana Conference of the Club meets but once a feed red-haired puppies in the runs over 550 million. So next time you

. the Methodist Church, pastor I I month. spring. / enjoy a cool, refreshing brew after hard work or

emeritus of Wayne Street Methodist I I i The next meeting of the Club On of the oldest and most per play, remember-BEER is good in more ways

Church, Ft. Wayne, Indiana i| will be August 2 in the clubroom sistent superstitions holds that than one!

(Retired June 1965). I I at the Municipal Building, dog days cause dogs to go mad.

A native of Ohio, he is a grad Flagler Beach. A potluck supperat Actually, medical reports show
uate of Ohio University and ,, 6 o'clock will precede an eve that rabies occurs more often in I UNITED STATES BREWERS ASSOCIATION, INC.
Garrett Theological Seminary- ning of games and Informal en spring and fall than in summer. I P.0 BOX 273 WINTER PARK.FLORIDA

Honorary D. D. degree-Ohio I tertainment by club members. Another superstition says thata .

tree slashed during dog days
will die, no matter how slight

the Injury. Many trees are dying
Flagler County Insurance this summer-from drought, not CRAIG FUNERAL HOME

injuries.No .
Inc. SwimmingNot A. H. CRAIG. Funeral Director

Agency, too long ago, many par. JOHN CAPO, ManagerAIR
ents forbade children to go

All Forms of Insurance swimming In dog days, when LADY OXYGEN
lake water was thought to be CONDITIONED I I
105 North Bay Street -:- Phone 437-3171 polluted. It was a practical ban, CHAPEL'ATTENDANT AMBULANCES EQUIPPED

Bunnell, Florid 32010LIFEFIREAUTOCASUALTY for many lakes and ponds become
covered with a decidedly Phone ID 7-3532

BONDS unpleasant scum of green algaein I
midsummer. BUNNELL. FLORIDA ,



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-;, LOCALS tSL Pork Chops

The Dean's List for Trimester

I II at Florida State Universitywas U. S. D. A. "FULL CUT"ROUND
announced today. Mary
I Susan Brannam of Bunnell was I
on the list. I STEAK Ib.Ib. 89

Undergraduates carrying 12 or .
more hours of work were eligiblefor
the Dean's List in the Schoolsof Choice Juicy'CUBE

Business, Music, Home Economics
and Social Welfare and
in the basic studies program If I STEAKS 79

their grade average was 3. (B) .

or higher.
Students in the College of Choice Juicy
Arts and Sciences and School of

t Engineering th Dean's Science List if were their placedon aver -MEA T STEW Ib. 69'

age was 3.25 or higher and thosein
Education and Nursing if their I \
average was 3.5 or higher.
, Small MeatySPARE Lyke's "SUGAR CREEK" SLAB

Dr. Joe A. Tolle, District Super.
intendent of the Deland District, Ib. 6ge Ib.
wil Ipreach at the 11 a. m. Worship (Sliced Free) 6ge I
Mr. and Mrs. Muzyka were Service. A short Quarterly
: married June 4, 1966 in a beautiful Conference will be held after the

church ceremony in Orlan worship service, and dinner on ( ) FREE
the grounds will follow. All'
do.They are residing in Mel members and friends are cordially PICNICSSLICED
bourne, Florida. invited to attend these


Mr. and Mrs. Averley Brown

JOHNNY METTSEXCHANGE week have their had son as, their A3rd class guest JamesM. this I Ask G. C. For Special Meats Cut To Your SatisfactionMerita

Brown. He is stationed with
the Air Force in Shepperad Fieldin

Mary Isobel Greene became Texas where he is attendingtech
13 Loaf
the bride of John H. Metts in a school there. He was home I oz.
on a class break and returned For MAXWELL HOUSE
double ring candlelight ceremony BREAD 5 79C
at the First Baptist Church there yesterday. He will be in!

-Bunnell on July 1, Rev. school there until October.Jim COFFEE
Betty Crocker (White-Yellow-Ger. Choc.)
Charles Anders officiated.
Ray Mercer was organist and Maxwell, son in law of CAKE MIXES
3 S ;: $1
Mrs. Charles Anders was soloist. Mr. and Mrs. Averley Brown, is k Ilb.: : 48e

The bride is the niece of Mrs. serving with the Recovery Forcesoff
Homer W. Brooks, 1087 Margaret the African coast. He is servo Miracle Whip Qt. Jar Limit 1 with $5.00 or more food order

Drive, Daytona Beach. Mr. Mettsis ing in the Navy. SALAD DRESSING Ea. S3e

the son of Mr. and Mrs. E. C.
Johnston of Bunnell. Visiting with Mrs. Daisy .
and Miss Lucille Walker Mon New "RANCH STYLE" 15 oz. CanBEANS
The bride was given in mar
riage by her brother in law, day, were Mrs. Gordon Walker Ea. lc
Richard L. Yelvington. She worea and daughter, Janet, of Wild- OLEO
full length Empire sheath wood. !
Armour Star 5 oz. Can
gown of Chantilly lace and I
Mrs. R. A. Jones of Gainesville VIENNA. For $100
crepe.. A Watteau panel trainof I SAUSAGE 5 i lb.
lace edged with crepe extended I former Bunnell resident Solids tOe
from the shoulder. Her silk ;I and member of the Bunnell High

illusion veil fell from a headpiece I I School Faculty, visited at Flag. Limit 2 with $5.00 or more food order
of pearl loops and tear ler Beach last week end with DIXIE CRYSTAL

drops. She carried a white Bible her son, Jim Camp. She was accompanied

topped with a bouquet of white home by her mother, SUGAR FROZEN FOODS -
with Mrs. G. A. Flewellen of McIntosh -
carnations and centered a
who had been vacationingat
white orchid. Chef's ChoiceFRENCH
the beach. 5 Bag
Mrs. Richard L. Yelvingtonwas

her sister's matron of honor. FRIES 79*
Elaine Owens has returned to
She wore a full length aqua Limit 1 with $5.00 or more food order
''her home in Fitzgerald, Georgia
chiffon gown with lace trim. Her Red & White 6 oz. Can
after a visit here with Mr. and
bouffant veil fell from an aqua
'I Mrs. L. W. McMillan and Miss LEMONADE Each
forward petal and rose crown I 10e
headpiece. She carried a bouquetof Susan McMillan.Mr. FRESH PRODUCE _

white carnations tipped with I and Mrs. June Deen of I U. S. No. 1POTATOES
aqua. Miami are vacationing here and Ib"
Bridesmaids were Miss Elizabeth
10 390
Allen and Miss Delores at Flagler Beach. They are visiting
with his grand mother, Mr.
Deen, both of Bunnell and Miss
and Mrs. C. A. Riddell, also the No.1
Ethel Pollack, Daytona Beach.
Otis Magees and the Duane 'Ibs. Giant
They wore gowns Identically to Deens. OKRA Z 29C 290
that of the Matron of honor. I I II Size
Metts, niece of the bride. Carolina
Sandy I Guests of Jim Camp at Flagler Limit 1 with $5.00 or more food order
groom was flower girl. .Beach last weekend included I' PEACHES lb. tOe
WRUF Business Manager Dorothy
DeWayne Metts was his broth
i Markham, Traffic Managerl
er's best man. Ushers were Jar. .
ped Jamsen, Orlando, Tommy Pat Monroe, and their families,
Herr, and John Johnston both :and WRUF Staff announcers
of Bunnell.A I Christopher Poole and Jay Stev

reception followed in the re ens.

creation hall of the church. Miss j ,
|I' Guests of Mr. and Mrs. Raymond
Susan McMillan kept the bride's
book. Assisting were Mrs. Levi' Smith during the past
weekend were Mr. and Mrs. iI'iI' It
Brannam, Miss Susie Brannam, !
and Mrs. Don Maxwell. Buck McCort and children, Cindy III)
Lori, and Christy, of Jackson.
After a wedding trip to North ville.
Georgia the couple are at homein
Albany, Georgia. Mr. Metts Mrs. William Patrick and Phone 437-3227
is stationed with the U. S. Air I daughter, Sharon, were visitingIn OPEN SUNDAYS U.S. No. 1 BUNNELL
Force at Turner Air Force Base, Orlando last Tuesday. 8:00 a.m.-1:00 p.m.
Georgia. I Continued To Page 8 Quantity Rights Reserved Prices Good July 21, 22, 23, 24 and 25, 1966Thursday

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ASC Committee !I I various types of farming and a declining economy can be I Kentucky Lake for the first Subscribe to The Flagler Tribune
I I the racial composition of farmers restored to meet the recreational I I Marine Aluminum Derby; the $2.50 A Year In Advance
of the county. needs of an urban society. writers themselves competed as

Nominations Are I I The election of ASC commit The area's development will I I pilots of the small aluminum ... -:--
teemen in Flagler County will take several more years, but boats that are popular with the
I I Invited In CountyA I be held by mail balloting August '' many recreation places and I I Lakes' fishermen.
1626. I facilities Why
other are already
call for the best men available"
I Under a change in ASC elec- I able for public use. The
the ASC
: to serve on county avall-j I
committee was Issued today by tion procedures made In 1965 I camping and day-use SelfPollinatingMelons the Monitor
Office Man I one county committee member ened in 1964.
S. M. County
ager, Agricultural Stabilization 'was elected for a 1-year term, I The lakes offer excellent crap- II Offer recommends
and Conservation Service. A slateof I one member for a 2-year term pie and bass fishing. Below I
nominees for membership on I and the third member for a $. Kentucky Dam, anglers have Promise To Shape read
the committee will soon be established ; year term. Therefore, in 1966 and brought up catfish weighing up I you I
at the ASCS county I succeeding years, only one regular to 97 pounds. Wild turkey and Poorly-shaped melons may bea
office. member will be elected annually other game birds are being introduced thing of the past, now that I your localiiewspoper
"The committee system Is the I for a term of 3 years. and encouraged. TVA the "self-pollinating watermelon"
backbone of farm programs," : Each year, however, first and headquarters at Golden Pond, Is coming Into the picture. I
Thrift declared. "Its responsibilities second alternate committeemen Kentucky, provides Informationfor Dr. Albert P. Lorz, horticulturist
I will be elected for 1-year terms. hunters. with the Florida Agricultural
include the conservation of Your local newspaper is a wide-range
The first recorded settler in Experiment Stations says he was
natural resources, the stabilization newspaper with many features. Its
.' of agricultural commodities, Land Between The 'what was earlier known as "the given the problem by growers emphasis is on local news. It also
and price-support activities Land Betwixt the Rivers was complaining that their melon reports the major national and inter
national news.
Mose McWaters, who arrived crops were misshaped. They pre
which protect and Improve farm Lakes Is Kentucky'sRecreation one THE MONITOR COMPLEMENTS YOUR
I income. We need the best pos !i with his wife, children, and sumed the problem was caused I LOCAL PAPER
sible cross-section of farmers to AreaA hound dogs in 1782. About 1840, by Imperfect pollination. We specialize in analyzing and Interpreting
I insure effective administration of iron ore was found. Furnaceswere Watermelons are presently. international the Important national and
Our intention is
the various measures." part of western Kentucky built; they prospered for a pollinated by bees and other|I to bring the news news.into sharper focus.
I In Flagler County, Mr. Thrift known in folklore for its moon time. But the industry peteredout flying insects. Both male and fe.1 The Monitor has a world-wide staff of
I explained, 22 farmers took part shine whiskey is being reshapedinto when richer veins .were male flowers are needed for fer I correspondents-some of them rank
among the world's finest. And the
; last year in one or more programs one of the Nation's newest found elsewhere. tilization.If : Monitor's incisive, provocative editorials
administered by the ASC and handsomest recreationareas. Moonshiners Find Cover. Insects miss part of the i are followed just as closely
committee. These program deal During Prohibition, opportunists fruit-bearing stamen, the fruit I by the men on Capitol Hill as they
generally In the field of price- The region is now called "The found that the dense standsof will be deformed. However, with 'I are adult by on the Main intelligent Street. concerned

support, production adjustmentand Land Between the Lakes," referring giant oak and hickory and these new self-pollinating mel WHY YOU SHOULD TRY THE MONITORYou
conservative assistance. to two lakes that did not the tangles of undergrowth made ons, Dr. Lorz says the pollen is probably know the Monitor's pro
Any local resident who is eli exist a generation: ago. excellent cover for Illicit stills. widely distributed on the flower. fessional reputation as one of the
gible to take part in an ASCS On one side is Kentucky Lake, The area became Kentucky'smost "Northern Sweet, already a ( world's finest newspapers. Try the
Monitor see how it will take
farm program may vote, 'and he formed when Kentucky Dam famous moonshine area. self-pollinating plant, has some above the; average newspaper
may hold office as a committeeman impounded the Tennessee Riverin Golden Pond moonshine was good characteristics such as Just fill out the coupon below.
f' regardless of race, color, 1944, the National Geographic widely prized. early fruit production but is still ------------
creed, or national origin. Fur Society says. On the other sideis Local residents considered not right for commercial produc- The Christian Science Monitor
which they had a natural right, if they One Norway Street
ther Information regarding qualifications Lake Barkley, began tion, Lorz says.
Boston Massachusetts U.SA 02115
I of committeemen is I''forming in 1965 when the gates chose, to sell the corn they grew By crossing and back-crossing
Pleas start my Monitor subscription for
available at the ASCS county of. were closed at Barkley Dam on by the gallon. Of course, the Northern Sweet with Charleston I the period checked below. I enclose
' the Cumberland River. The dam Federals saw things differently.The Gray, we have been able to pro- $ (U.S.funds).
fice.Farmers who are eligible to and lake are named for the late titanic struggles between duce a self-pollinating melon, 81 YEAR months$24$6 Q 6 months $12
I vote in the elections also have Vice President Alben Barkley, moonshiners and "revenooers" according to Lorz. This new variety -
P the right to nominate as a candidate the beloved "Veep," who livedat became a part of American folk- he says, grows more fruit- Name __ ___

I for committee member. nearby Paducah, Kentucky. lore.Though bearing flowers, produces early, Street
: ship any farmer who is eligible I 3.200 Miles of Shoreline soil, timber, and mineral is firm and has a good taste. I City
and willing to serve. Such petitions The lakes have filled valleys I resources are somewhat This melon research has taken
each one nominating one where the Tennessee and Cumberland poor, Kentucky officials decided six years because only one gen I State ZIP Cod_
farmer and signed by six or Rivers once flowed to II that the Land Between the eration can be grown a year. I ----------PB16A-,
more eligible voters, may be meet the Ohio. High ground between Lakes was perfectly suited fora
filed at the county office any the lakes will keep them recreation area. They began .
time before August 1. Eligible from Joining, but a canal per. acquiring land and bulldozingaway
t voters may sign as many petitions mits boats to pass from one lake shacks and honkytonks.In 24 HourWrecker
I as they wish. Additional to the other. All told, skipperswill all, some 800 to 900 families Service ..
f nominations may be made by have more than 3,200 milesof I are being gradually resettled.By .
t the Incumbent ASC I 1966 authorities felt
county com shoreline to explore. enough
mittee. The committee, in their The Tennessee Valley Author progress had been made to start Flagler Truck & Tractor Co.
selection of nominees, will make I ity is developing the 40-mile- promoting the area across the
every effort to see to It that their long Land Between the Lakes Nation. In May, newspaper and MASSEY-FERGUSON
list of candidates represents the I to demonstrate how an area with magazine writers gathered at Grove Farm Industrial Equipment
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Bunnell Methodist Key Biscayne I| State Comptroller said Dickinson over the which$151,085,344 is 6.26 col.percent

I lected during a like period last
ChurchOliver State Park ( Reports June Taxes year.

NEIGHBORS I ( F, Taylor. Pastor) Will Open Soon : State of Florida The sporting goods tax collections

TO MEET WITH : ANSWERING THE CALL i I for June totaled $95,018, or
MRS. ALLEN : Our church supports a missionary Authorization ot staff the I Inewly. 1 State Comptroller Fred O. 10.97 decrease
a per cent from
(Continued from Page 5) I program. This is one of the I -acquired Cape Florida I I'I I'Dickinson, Jr., today announcedthat the $106,731 taken in during

lifelines which helps to keep any' State Park on Key Biscayne was; !I sales and use tax collections June, 1965. However fiscal

The Royal Neighbors will meet I church alive. Before a churchcan 'I received today by the Florida :: in June totaled $22,730,534. I collections of the sporting year
at the home of Mrs. Eugenia I know the rewarding experience Park Board from the Trustees of: !! Dickinson also noted irk I the I II tax total
now $1,387,810 which
Allen on Monday evening, July I of participating in a I the Internal Improvement Fund. I II I monthly report on tax revenues is 3.16 per cent above the$1,345
25. This will be a business and Christian fellowship which ex State Parks Director Bill Mill that gasoline tax collections for
I 214 collected in 'a like period
l social meeting. tends itself to the uttermost parts: er said he had received permission I June reached the $13,529.719mark.

II Mrs. C. A. Riddell will be hon of the world, the individual I I to place a four man staff \

ored with a birthday party during members must answer the call. 'I' on the property immediately to Florida's five per cent whole. Bookkeeping and

the social hour. Hostesses Sometimes answering the call' protect ,it against trespassers sale sporting goods tax brought Income Tax ServiceR.

wll be Mrs. Allen and Mrs. C. O., does not mean going off to foreign and prevent vandalism, thievary $95,018 into state coffers during I T. Shockney

Magee. parts. In fact, to most peo I' and other illegal acts. June, added Dickinson. I P. O. Box 842 *

ple It means accepting Christ in Miller stressed that the parkis In the major category of sales I Ormond Beach, Florida

LORRIE GRACE UNGOLD such a way that they want to not yet open to the public. He and use tax taxes, Dickinsonsaid I Phone 677.4587

.. Mr. and Mrs. Richard Llngold I have themselves projected into I I said the park will be opened as the figures of the State Revenue

are the parents of a seven pound God's call through active sup soon as the new staff can pre. : Commission indicated a

7% ounce daughter born July port of a missionary program. pare the site for public use. I dollar 'Increase of $1,942,651 over

19 at the Bunnell General Hos We can all send ourselves by Miller pointed out that the' collections of June 1965-or a CALL

pital. She has been given the giving of our money and our Florida Park Board had previously I gain of 9 34 per cent. I'

name of Lorrie Grace. prayers in support of the various been unable to place personnel II i 437-3669

projects of our church. "And l I on the property becausethe Fiscal year sales and use tax I

Guests of Mr. and Mrs. Ray heard the voice of the Lord say terms of a use permit from I collections of July through June I,

Carle Include Mr. and Mrs. Harry ing, Whom shall I send, and the II Fund are still under con. totaled $283,113,542, or 8.61 percent MartinHarding

P. Coleman Jr., and children,, who will go for us? Then I said, sideration by the State Attorney : more than the $260,647,525 I

'Pete Jr., and Debby of Martins Here, I am! Send me." Isaiah General's office.Announcement. I II collected in a like period a year

Ferry, Ohio, and Mrs. Dorothy 6:18.: of personnelwho I ago.

Sheppad of St. Clalrsville, Ohio. I I will staff the property will Dickinson reported an 8.75 per

Mrs. Coleman is Mrs. Carle'ssister WOMEN OFFICERSIN be announced later this week,, cent Increase in calendar year
and Mrs. Sheppard is their
Miller said. I II
collections of the tax, with a
mother. THE AIR FORCE gain of $12,459,043 for the cur FOR

Young Volusla and Flagler I I MISS CLENNEY rent total of $154,701,978.
Mr. and Mrs. William Patrick
Gasoline taxes for June totaled
County college women can playa !
and children, Sharon, William NEW T. B. PROGRAMADMINISTRATOR
vital role in the- defense of $13,529,719-a dollar Increaseof
and Mark, have returned to their I
their country by serving as an $969,268 or 7.71 per cent- WORK
home in Espanola after a two
Team I[ above collections for June, 1965.
officer on the Aerospace ,, I
week's vacaiton at Flagler Miss Lynda. Clenney is the .
Sergeant Dick Maves, local Air Fiscal year gasoline tax collections
Beach. Force Recruiter announced to new program administrator for I now total SHELL
the Spaceport Area Tuberculosisand .
day.To Respiratory Disease Asso 555'119'1
Mrs. Jean Elliott, Mrs. W. H. be eligible for the WAF ciation. WUFT, University of

Ham, and Mr. and Mrs. Martin (Women in the Air Force) officer Miss Clenney will have pro. Channel Five, has received the CEMENT ROCK

Kingel of Atlanta, Georgia vacationed program applicants must be between responsibilities of public annual "Outstanding Service"
at Lake Diston last week. the ages of 20% and gram Volusla and television award from the state
education in Flag.
27 H, have a bachelor's degree,, ler Counties. Mrs. Bessie Causeyis chapter of the Soil Conservation FILL DIRT

single with no dependents and administrator for Society of America. Tom Skinner,

be physically and mentally program chapter chairman and agricul
qualified. I Brevard County. tural engineer at the Universitysaid TOP SOIL
Miss Clenney graduated from
WAF receive three months of that WUFT was cited for its
A NEWSPAPER AD Stetson University In June 1966
in the "Sunshine Almanac"series
training at part
SAVING 'YOUNG- precommlsslonlng with a B. A. Degree in English.She .
I Lackland, AFB, Texas before which the station co-produces COW MANURE
MAN WANTER". completed her teaching cer
I they earn the gold bars of a with the Agricultural Ex-
tification by interning at Deland
tension Service.
second lieutenant. Senior High School in the Spring. .
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I'I urged to contact Sergeant Maves

at the Air Force Recruiting Office I an Award outstanding in recognition SeniorWoman's r:1: :1: CONTINUE

e located at 620 No. Ridge- I :
of her services to the University. .
wood Ave., or call 253.9671 for / > 1Y f ...

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FAST SERVICE) ; Defensive DriverBe Service Exams.While '\.,'' ,., J .> I,

a defensive driver whether r '. AS JUDGE
most of the Interest
you are on a vacation trip or Just shown in the so-called new G. I. FIRST
routine dally driving
o performing Bill of Rights has been concerned .
tasts, suggests Ray Pettis, with educational benefits, DISTRICT

Extension engineer. there are certain little noted COURTOF

Traffic fatality reports show I provisions that give the 4 million J APPEALS
that driver error contributes to veterans affected under the
four out of five fatal accidents.
\ new law certain Civil Service
i "This fact should make each of Job preferences. 40 YEARS EXPERIENCEIN

use aware of our responsibilityas They get five points added to
of an automobile
an operator their scores in Civil Service ,

AMARYLLIS GOODIN ," Pettis says. tests and 10 points if they were COURTSPLEASE
Seat belts have saved lives
disabled or were awarded Purple -
LANDSCAPINGAmaryllis and reduced injuries when accidents Heart, Raymond S. Smith, VOTE TO KEEP YOUR FRIENDIN

are excellent land. occur, but they don't in Flagler County Service Officer THIS VITAL POSITION IN SPECIAL
themselves prevent accidents, he
scape subjects as individual I said. ELECTION, TUESDAY, AUGUST 2nd

specimens, In mass plantings, In emphasized. i In addition to the actual 5 or
"Watch out for the other
beds or even as part of a border driver" means to be a defensive 10 points being added to their ASK ANY ATTORNEY
planting around the home. i Civil Service score, those veterans
driver. You must assume responsibilities
The flowers are lily-like or who have served since
for errors that mightbe I ABOUT MARTIN SACK(
I bell-shaped and come In red, made by another motorist and I January 1955 thus become eligible
white and all combinations for veterans preference in
I pink, take positive action to prevent ; PAID POLITICAL ADVERTISEMENTFOR :
of these colors. Bulbs can Job selection. Prior to the enactment .

\ be seed bought and garden either at supply nurseries stores or them, says can assume the specialist.You the responsibility I veterans of who the served new since G. I. 1955 Bill, .."..*""....*.......07.... ...Yol'''.''.''''............. ............:0....,:'....,}'
j of helping other drivers to
in I did not receive veterans preference
or even become aware of the importanceof ALL HOURS-DAY OR NIGHTAMBULANCE
even though they rated
being a defensive driver, too. I!
I high on the tests.
Help others to recognize the need
FOR SALE the level of their driving
for raising PHONE VAlley 41625
f 43 ft. House Trailer, outer buildings skills high enough to survive SERVICE

lot 50x100, living room, I in a complex transportation Nguyen Lang Duyen, who ST A17GUmNE FLORIDA

large bedroom, work shop, best system, Pettis says. I graduated; recently with a B. S.
j of water. Will sell cheap if taken You might even stimulate enrollment degree in entomology from the Never be hesitant about calling a Garcia Ambulance. We

In the National Safety College of Agriculture, left are always at your service with promptness safety and

Phone 439.2196 R. KELLOGGsoon. Council's Driver Improvement Gainesville to return to his experience.

In a safe-driving home in South Viet Nam wherehe ,
NOTICE OF SALE sponsored by a local will rejoin the Ministry of Equipped With Oxygen Resusitator and Inhalator
Unless J. Salsberg, owner program Agriculture. His position will be
1959 Ford Pickup Truck, serial club or civic organization. Garcia Funeral HomeP.
Unless he Safety in your automobile and comparable to the county agentin
No. F25J8R29797. Florinda. He chose schoolingat
calls for truck within 10 days, at home can be planned In with all the University of Florida because E. GARCIA, License Funeral Director -
will be sold for charges at of your home projects
same I Florida's climate is similar LADY ASSISTANTVWWVVWAVWWJVW '
Truck Stop, U. S. No. 1, members of your family, the'speclaltst . .. . .. ..jPAGE .. ..
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