The Flagler tribune
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 Material Information
Title: The Flagler tribune
Physical Description: Newspaper
Language: English
Publisher: s.n.
Place of Publication: Bunnell Fla
Creation Date: March 18, 1965
Publication Date: -1981
Frequency: weekly
Subjects / Keywords: Newspapers -- Bunnell (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Flagler County (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Genre: newspaper   ( marcgt )
newspaper   ( sobekcm )
Spatial Coverage: United States -- Florida -- Flagler -- Bunnell
Coordinates: 29.4675 x -81.256944 ( Place of Publication )
Dates or Sequential Designation: Began in 1917?
Dates or Sequential Designation: -69th year, no. 36 (Sept. 3, 1981).
General Note: Mrs. M.B. Fuller, editor.
General Note: Description based on: Vol. 43, no. 20 (June 2, 1955).
Funding: Funded by NEH in support of the National Digital Newspaper Project (NDNP), NEH Award Number: PJ-50006-05
 Record Information
Source Institution: University of Florida
Holding Location: University of Florida
Rights Management: All rights reserved. Board of Trustees of the University of Florida
Resource Identifier: aleph - 001024369
oclc - 33425664
notis - AFA6237
lccn - sn 95047251
System ID: UF00079914:00271
 Related Items
Preceded by: St. Johns tribune
Succeeded by: Palm Coast news
Succeeded by: Flagler/Palm Coast news-tribune

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I: VOLUME 53, NO. 11 BUNNELL, FLORIDA, THURSDAY_. MARCH 18, 1965 $2.50 A YEgff"< I
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Hears Will Soon HaveEducational Observes Birth ,
Complaints; board of directors of Citizens I deadline for securing motor I
bank, at a March meeting, vehicle* license plates Is Sat.
Advertises for BidsThe TVAll Of
I elected Mrs. Camle C. Lynn to I urday March 20. : Organizationi
the position of assistant cashier. I Flagler County Tax Collector i
Bunnell City Commission ; school in Flagler county Dale Brown said his office will I I. The American Legion Is 46
voted at its meeting Monday I Mrs. Lynn has been an employee have been equipped to receive be open all day Saturday, I years old, and In observance> of
night for bids on year's supply of the bank for 10 years, programs of the WMFE-TV sta. March 20, for the convenienceof I jits founding Flagler Post 115 \
of deisel fuel, oil and kerosene. ; and has worked as bookkeeper, tlon in Orlando, the educational those who have not been ableto [ Monday night had a covered I II
The bids are to be returnedon teller and In the loan depart. tevellslon station for Central secure tags before. dish supper, entertainment by
April 5. ment. Florida. I Mr. and Mrs. Walter Creal (he '
I I Is a member of the post). 1
Heard complaints on speedingin Gene The county school system has I SC Club Hears
the Bunnell school area; Holly ; participated in the developmentof I I In addition wives, children and'
parking on wrong side of streetin the program for its earlleht ; Red Cross Report special guests Miss Ida Allen r
front of the post office; stray Speaks To Rotary I stages, and It is expected the tv I I and James Alan Brannam who i

dogs running over town; made I offerings will serve to greatly The drive in the City of Flag. attended Boys State' and Girls
plan for dog tags. Gene Holly, Flagler county facilitate and enrich the curriculum I ler Beach for funds for the Red State, and Tony Parker who was I
; sanitarian, was guest speakerat I I of the schools. awarded the Good Citizenship t
i Cross netted $244.00, according
Police Chief Edwin Pelllcer re
I the luncheon meeting of the
ported the abandoned A.T. &.T. : Rotary Club of Bunnell last I I Members on the board of directors i to a report by Martin Fuelling! award In Bunnell High School.
poles on the west side of High* Thursday. I from this county are JohnA. I committee chairman, which was M. B. Fuller, charter memberof 1
way One may be used for streetlights I Cannon Bunnell High School read at 'the Flagler Senior Citizens this post and one preceding
after April. !I Mr. Holly spoke on his dutiesas Counselor, Raymon Tucker, Club; meeting Tuesday eve It, was Introduced and related
sanitarian in Flagler county I school board member, and Mrs. ning, March 16, in the Community some of the history of the na .t
Approved a request of the I and part of Putnam County. He George Clegg.Mosquito.. Hall at the Flagler Beach tional organizations and local
VFW Auxiliary to hold a rum ._ ,
annual Building
cited statistics from his Municipal
posts. lie told how a few vet
mage sale.Honor. report which was Informative Control The Senior Citizens Club erans of World War One, In. ,
!I regarding the many services sponsored the drive, assigning I eluding Theodore Roosevelt, Jr., '
Roll For which he performs In his office.I Board Awards \16 teams of two or more per. lying in a hospital In Parts, \
Members were impressed with sons each who made the house France, at the end of the war
Bunnell School4A the wide range of activities and Fuel Contracts to house canvass. wished to form an organization '
responsibilities In which he Is Also reporting at the meeting of veterans. Through their efforts *
Townsend: David Clegg, engaged.He (By Lyman Gag) :was Mrs. Irma Parker, who was the "Paris Caucus" was I
Barbara Cowart Chuck Cowart, in charge of arrangements for held and Its recommendation
Kim spoke,about the water pollution The East Flagler Mosquito Senior Citizens' recent I
Jeff Johnston Pat McCoy, t the tripto was carried out at the- first national .
Pazynlak Donna Stefllk, Tolbert problem In the Intracoastal Control Board opened sealed Nassau. She said that 21 persons convention In Milwaukee \
Wimberly, Cheryl KInney. waterway. lie stated that the bids to cover requirements for made the club sponsored in 1919. I
4B, Mercer: Vivian Arnold, problem Is a serious one and gasoline, No. 2 fuel oil and pro. four-day cruise from Miami.
Christine ,Hlggtnbotham, Rosemary that it will take a great deal pane gas at a recent meeting. Mrs. Sarah Dickinson and Mrs. Fuller told of the formationof
Johnson, Sheila, Johnston, of hard investigative work be. Contracts were awarded on Helen Creal also told of their ex the Dancy Miller Post here i
William Patrick, Rita Pelllcer, fore all sources of pollution can basis of low bid for gasoline perlences on the trip. Pictures early in 1927 and related some
Jim Simmons, Elaine Skolar, be identified and removed.Of at 227 per gallon; fuel oil at made on the Island of tour of Its accomplishment during ,.
Davey Solomon, Cherry Wads. much interest was the fact .1145 per gallon to the Bunnell members and scenes were life of a couple of )'ean.* He and .'..

worth, Pam White, Dan Zlm- that, Mr. Holly, ,has immediateaccess Motor Co. Contract for furnish passed.around .for, all membersof two Av M.charter McDaniel member were the of only that
r me.ler to many statewide facilities ing propane gas was awardedto the club tft see.
5th, L. Morris: Denise Tucker, and personnel In the event Green's Fuel Gas Service at There will be a special calledmeeting post preunt'fonday night. He "
Mike Manuel, ,Debbie Johnston, their services are needed to sup a bid price of 20 cents per gal of the club next Mon said S. H. Newblll. now a resl- .
Jo Ann Dixon, Nancy Creel plement his. work in a period. Ion. day evening, March 22, at 7:30 den of Atlanta, Ga., was the
Mary Cook, Karen Clegg. of extraordinary need in this Flagler Beach and the East at,the Flagler Beach Municipal main factor In organisation of
6A, Tonkin: Minnie Deen county. Flagler Mosquito Control District Building. The meeting is for the first post. }
Dudley Improta, Chip Johnston have always held a high rating members only, to plan the club's I He related that the present !
Kay Ferryman. Greg Robertson, Guests of the club were: Nick with the State Board for heir summer activities and also to I post was organized In 1937 with
Kirk Robertson, Elayne Tucker. Lenssen. Homer Brooks, and garbage disposal. The secretary, transact a number of other Itemsof C. W. Teal being the person t4
CB, Manuel: Marvin Clegg. from Palatka Jim Spencer, Keith however, reports that In several business. Club chairman E. doing the first preliminarywork
Catherine Harris John Richard Stein, Don Adams Vic Burgess Instances" streams and ditches Lester Stanton, urged all mem of organization, and who f
Jones. Lyna Knight, Janet Scott, and Quincy Masters. have been used as a dumping bets to attend. II was the post's first commander.
Jay Townsend, Jamcslne Wim President Tom Lenssen announced ground .for trash and garbage. The next regular meeting of Fuller, digressed from the ,
berly Betty Stefllk. the successful completion In fact In one place, the ditch the club will be on April 6. theme of post history to tell 4
7A, Cannon: Catherine Dun. I of "operation homecoming has actually been dammed up Tentative arrangements havebeen I the audience what The American j
can. Jeanle Hlgglnbotham, Lesa for Charles Tonkin.. a clubmember I with coquina rock. made for an organ recital I I Is, what Its functions are,
Knight Ann Meeklns, Paul Porter irom Bunnell- General- These drainage ditches were on this date. There were 811. and some of the accomplish
Barbara Wilson, Evan Yel I Hospital. John Cannon read a dug at considerable expense members and guests present for mcnts of state and national or.
vington, Gwen King. : letter from Mrs. Tonkin for the and a great deal of effort on the potluck supper and garnet ganlzatlons.In 1
7B. Hem: Mike Barber Donna many nice deeds of service per. the part of the Mosquito Control which followed the committee his talk Fuller related, he \
Fllklns. formed by club members In expediting Board to alleviate mosquito reports Tuesday, said, only a few of the service
8A, Bradley: Nancy Hargett his homecoming. breeding areas. To use them asa rendered by local posts to the
Terry Rawllns, Brenda Town. President Lenssen also an dumping ground for garbagenot SHRINE CLUB IS community, state and nation,
send Carol Townsend. Collen nounced: the coming visit of District only defeats the purpose of ENTERTAINED AT among which were emphasis on 1
Tucker, Gary Buckles George Governor Bill Hamrick mosquito control, but Is against service to veterans of all wars,
Koczwanskl. Carla Tucker. from Jacksonville who will review state law. A STEAK SUPPER child welfare, and and com ,
8B, Manuel: Donald Flood. the activities of the club The Mosquito Control Board L. L. Brannam, Sr., and Zack munlty betterment.At i
Cindy Durrance. on Wednesday and Thursday, would like to remind all residents Holland were hosts to membersof the next meeting, April 19.
9A, Bayless: Tom Duncan March 24th and 25th. that we operate an efficient the Flagler County Shrine the post will have a covered
Hewitt DuPont, Tony Parker. Hal Massey director of Mary fill, just west of Flagter Club at the Bunnell Community dish supper, and Its distinguish I
10, Ford: Walton Cowart Paul Karl Vocational School Is to be Beach, where the public Is urged I Center Thursday evening, when ed guest will be Legion Dept.
Dixon. Johnnie Ruth Miller, Arthur the guest speaker at the meet to put their old tin cans, old they served charcoal steaks to Commander Dill/ Edwards. J
McDanlel, Julie Wllklnt.HA ing Thursday March 18th tires and any other rubbish. the guests. Mrs. Cora Buckles post corn'V :
Bayless-Broadaway: Bet. Such debris around premises Mr and Mrs. Walter Knight mander announced that the. 1
ty Lynn Bourne, Margie Lee MELVIN BYINGTONTO will create excellent breeding arranged for a musical program coming district conference will
Blakely, Marilyn McNab. MEDITERRAIAN places for mosquitoes. Or If not which was presented by Mrs. be held In Jacksonville. She 't
12th Craig: Buzzy McKnlght, convenient for you to take such Robert French and Andy YH- and other member are delegates
Brenda Aaron Jack Abbott Ida Chief Aviation Machinist Mate, trash to the fill, put It out where vington. They were aecompan to the conference. r
Allen. Heidi Elsenbach., Gloria Melvin L Bylngton, U.S.N.,' the city truck can pick It up, led at the piano by Mrs. Walter
Johnston 'Candy Lovell. Janet husband of the former Mrs. to be properly taken care of.Let's Creal.
Salyerds.FLAGLER. Kathleen L. Chandler of Bunnell, make every effort to Twenty members of the club, DUNNELL CLEANERS
I left February 15. fo ra seven eliminate these backyard mo- their wives and guests were BUYS NEW SPACE
BEACH I months deploymen t with the I qui to breeding places and keep. present President Dean Holland FOR PLANT I
HONOR U. S. Sixth Fleet In the Medltr- our community clean. presided. Mrs. Minnie Hendmon/ owner
ranean aboard the attack aircraft of the Bunnell Cleaners has pur
Grade 4-Ralph Abraham.Jack: carrier USS Shangri-La. I I BAPTISTCHURCH THOMAS KAHLERT chased the building formerly
Rawlins Rosemary Brews Karen t He .Is a member of Fighter t NAMED SERGEANTThomas occupied by the Riverside Furniture
Hein Connie Mc Squadron 62. a unit of Carrier NEWS
Duncan Thea 'I I II Anthony Xahlert the Store, on Bay Street. The
Daniel and Debbie Meekins. Air Wing Ten His unit files II I Rev Tom Pinner of the First of Mr and Mrs. AnthonyW. pace U between the present Dry
Grade -Patty Meeklns, Judy I[the Chance.Voulht Crusader asupersonic Baptist Church has announcedhis son. Kahlert of Bunnell has been Cleaning plant and the Bran n
Owens Sue Ellen Seale and Jeff I fighter aircraft Sunday Sermon topics as promoted to the rank of Ser nam Food and Market, north
Taylor. The" Man Who Dldnot Know unit at the Bay Street
In the
I leant
Grade 6 Sandy Abbott. Debby I Florida' wildlife law provides Himself, for the eleven o'clock College. Mrs. Henderson said they expert
Gordon Military
Johnson Pam McDanlel MlcheleMcCleary ''that If a fisherman catches a hour the work of
at to begin
Rank In the Cadet Corps
Victoria Ferrttt. Unda'[bass or any other game fish
: I remodeling and arranging equipment
Gordon Is achieved by academicand ,
The evening topic will be
Ion bush hook or I
Smith. Jack Collins Frederick a trot line In preparation to movingthe
of the Individual \
Fruits Leo Fleurie, and Pat set line it must be returned immediately "Why The End Of The World military progress \r
Duncan. to the water. f Is Not Near _. .. ... -. cadet.




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-Awuse/I c1t I I richment opportunities to approximately (b) Once each five years (five I is I a
7,500 high ability years from the time the school I of the
School Aetitd students at'summer Institutes In was evaluated by a Visiting I should be
math and science during the Committee) a detailed written j needs of edu-
INTRAMURAL summer of 1965. report based upon the Evalua. 'bjectlves of
BASKETBALLThe science-oriented tive Criteria.c serves.
By giving I i
intramural basketball finals 1 I boys and girls a taste of col. ( ) Once each ten years a ,
will be held Friday night In lege-level instruction and research self-study report based upon the j I Principal.
the Bunnell gym. The girls the Foundation expectsto current edition of the Evaluative I --
game will start at 7 and the stimulate their scholarly de. Criteria, and a report of a Visit. i
boys game at 8 o'clock. There velopment and to encourage the ing Committee representing the
will be a sock-hop immediatelyafter further development of similar Florida Committee for an' "on I
the game, 50 cents stagsor programs with other sources of the scene" re-evaluation. Mem "v"
drags. support. bers of Visiting' Committeesmust I
Admission to the game: Students The National Science Founda come from the facultiesof I ,
25 cents; adults, 50 cents. : tion has arranged for several colleges and universities, the
institutes in Florida. The institutes staffs of State Department of I
BETA CLUB are scheduled as follows: Education, and county school t
27 Cape Haze-Riverview Marine systems, and the faculties of I
On Saturday, February the tame
three members of our club rep Laboratories, Sarasota, Marine high schools accredited by the enjoy ad.
resented Bunnell at the district Zoology and Ichthyology: eight Southern Association.d -at nIT
Beta Club meeting in Orange weeks for 11 students and five ( ) Schools having been
Park. teachers. Students to be drawn warned or placed on probation
At the meeting next year's from the 10th and 11th grades. must be visited by a subcommittee help you
district officers were nominatedand Florida State University, two of the Florida Committee 437-3361
elected, and Christy Green, institutes: Mathematics and previous to being considered for
Earth Science for 30 10th and re-accreditation for the next
one of our first year members, '
was one of the nominees for district 11th .grade students and the year.
Accreditation by the Association Flo.
reporter. Multiple Sciences Institute for
35 students. means that the high school'
Robbie Castalanas of Palatkawas
elected president and Shir- Rollins College: Mathematics -
lene' Gay of Orange, Park was Institute for 25 10th and 11th
elected to run for state vice grade boys,. University of Florida
president at the convention in : Multiple Sciences Institutefor Insects ?
May. I 25 11th grade students. University
The second half of the meet. of Miami: Mathematics I
Ing consisted of discussing and Institute for 35 11th grade stu
voting on constitutional amend. dents.
ments and revisions which had Further information about ., .
been ,sent In by different clubsto these educational enrichment I
the district president duringthe opportunities may be obtained
year. Mr. Cannon, the Bun. through the Guidance Office at \\1, '
nell sponsor, pointed out that Bunnell High School. I !k.
there was a need for closer correspondence
in the district and SOUTHERN ASSOCIATIONThe
suggested that a newsletter be Southern Association of ..
prepared and sent out to each Colleges and Secondary SchoolsIs ..
club. one of five such accredtlng
The treasurer's report informedus agencies in the country havingas
that there was only $15 In associated purposes the stimulation
, the district treasury, and Buzzy of improvement and the
McKnight, the local president, development of an educational 'Mm'i ,
program which will meet the "
suggested that dues from each : ,
,club be raised from $1 to $3a minimum educational needs of )
year to better take care of the area served. .J., .., .
the necessary expenses such as The state committee is com ,
postage, campaign materials for posed of educators from the ",v7r j
the state convention, and the State Department of Education, :
newsletter if it is accepted. colleges and universities and ., r
These, ideas will probably be public and private schools.
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\ submitted at next year's meet Fifty percent of the secondary \.Lt1 -
schools In the state accredit. ,
ing for official consideration as are .
constitutional revisions. ed by the Southern Association.For .
Before leaving the meeting, the school year 1964.65: 83 C'
l' the Bunnell delegates met with schools were "all clear"; 139
r representatives from Crescent "advised"; 115 "warned; 10
City and discussed a program "placed on probation"; and 19
of visitation. If officially approved "dropped." A school may be
the Crescent City Beta dlsaccredited at anytime regard.
' Club will visit Bunnell some less of their classification the
time in April.NATIONAL previous year.
.. Some major deficiencies that S
'" SCIENCE could lead to dlsaccredltatlon
, FOUNDATION INSTITUTE are excess pupil-teacher ratio,
, FOR HIGH ABILITY STUDENTS uncertified teachers, an unsafeor !
iF The National Science Found. unhealthy school plant, or
tion will offer educational en- political Interference In the ad.
. ministration of the school pro
gram .A member school is sub.
MILLER ject,to a 'on the scene" evalu
anon at any time by the FlorIda
ELECTRONICS Visiting Committee. All
; 1744 Ocean Shore Bird. member schools must submit to
the Florida Committee:
f REPAIRS ON TV'S (a) On, or before, October 1
WASHERS of each year the principal of a
t member school must submit to
the chairman of the Florida -
Call Collect 672-0377 Committee a one-page summaryof ORTHO
school improvement accomplished .
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Ag Research says the bright red Juicy fruitis
rated excellent by all who .

Money Paying have tlon.Floradsun sampled the new Introduc WE GIVE ME T T S Quantity RightsReserved :

DividendsMoney is a new hybrid ,
Big peach. It Is a medium firm *** 1 I,
fleshed fruit that tends to become Prices Good !
for ag research Is a a freestone In the soft-rlpe Thurs., Fri. Sat.
sound Investment, says Dr. J. R. stage. Sharpe says that the VALUE SUPER MARKET ;: ;
Beckenbach, agricultural station Flordasun and Sunred are best Mar. 8M9,20,22 /
director.As adapted to production In Central STAMPS eec 1/
an example, the discoverythat Florida. 103 S. Railroad St. rWILSON'S
adding trace minerals In Earlier peaches developed by Telephone 7-3201
cattle feed supplement has put Sharpe Include Flordawon Flor "
more extra money In Florida dahome and Flordaqueen.The ) v
cattlemen's: pocketbook in one peaches and the nectarine or AZALEA SMOKED SHANK HALF

year than the 46071178.00 ap could boom Florida Into a )
propriated by the state legislature new multimillion dollar fruit
during the first 73 years of Industry, experts predict. :
research by the agricultural experiment The ,"Oklawaha" blackberrywas
stations. presented to the public in' HA M SibM45'BUTT

Florida also hit another $90 October by Horticulturists J. S.,
million a year research Jackpot Shoemaker and P. J. Westgate.I .j
with a citrus fertilizer discovery, The inch-long shiny black berries ;
according to Dr. Beckenbach. are sweet enough for tasty:
Adding minor elements in eating, yet contain adequate i
citrus fertilizer program has acidity for processing to Jams HALF WHOLE SLICES

boosted citrus income each yearto and jelly. Yields are excellent. Lb. .. _... 4ge Lb ......._... 47e ............. 7ge i
more than double the entire If planted with a pollinator berry
tax dollars spent on ag researchin such as the Flordagram FLAVOR AGED (U. S. CHOICE) FLAVOR AGED (U. S. CHOICE)
blackberry. Up to 20 pints of j
the past 75 years. CHUCK
berries have been harvested in
Researchers are not resting on

their broke than all laurels.records a dozen Last by new Introducingmore year money.they trial added Two tests.new to Florida's tomatoes have well-filled been ROAST Lb. 49' ROAST Lb. 59'' J

making crops. 1965 horn of plenty. They are
Fruit breeders shifted into Floradel and Immokalee, which
high gear during 1964 and re were developed by the research FREEPLASTIC
leased a mouth-watering necta team of P. II. Everett, D. G A. FREE
rive named Sunred. Ralph Kelbert J. M. Walter, and N. C. ,I ,. ,
Sharpe, producer of the delicacy, Haysllp. Floradel is a produc DISH PAN Lb. Box Jim Dandy Quick\ Grits 'I
I tlve large smooth tomato adapt. With Purchase of $5.00 with purchase of 2 Lbs. Lyke's Pure w'
I ed for pink harvest, while the Meat Order Smoked Link Sausage
CLASSIFIEDADS Immokalee Is rated as a disease.
resistant type of vine tomato
with yields up to 10 tons per FLAVOR AGED (CHOICE) CHUCK ........ tb 59c T.BONE ........Ib 99c

acre. FAMILY..... Ib 59c SIRLOIN ........Ib 99c

Other varitles developed by I STEAKSWorld's CUBE ............ Ib 89c RIB .............. Ib 89c

3 Listing cents a under word this each heading Insertion.are!the Floralou experiment Manalude station, Indian include River ROUND ........ Ib 89c CLUB ............ tb 89c
7$ cents Is the minimum charge
and Manapal. Best Juicy TenderGROUND
FOR RENT-1 bedroom furnish.I Seed for Jubilee watermelonIs
ed cottage house to couple or scheduled to be available to
BEEF 2 Ibe 89T
STEW Ib 69-
single person. Call 4373304. growers for the first time this
March 18-tf t year. The new melon, designed
I the Garrlsonlan where
to replace
FOR SALE-Odds and ends of
furniture. Dresser, chest,.' bed,( (Continued on page 7) FOLGER'S OR


Runabout, 35: Community
power motor and trailer, $horse.j i I CRISCO
Phone 439.2016, after 6 p.m. Memorial Church
Feb. 25-tf I I I..r.a..t...... Ib.' Qi. 3 Lb.

FOR SALE Ford half ton pick. I AIR CONDITIONED Tin 58'' Jar 39' Tin; 59'

up. Coy Harris, 4373367. After Dayton Ave.
6 P.M. call 437-3571 11-5-tf FLAGLER BEACH

WANTED IRONING to do at my Sunday School 10:00 A.M. Limit (1) with purchase Limit ((1) with purchase Limit ((1)) with purchase
home, reasonable. Pick up & de. Church Service 11:00 A.M. of $5.00 or more food of $5.00 or more food of $5.00 or more

livery. Phone ID 7-36G9. R. W, DICKCRT, PaaurKVKHY01M I order order food order
-tr Sunlite (303 Can) Evorfresh Items
SEPTIC TANK cleaning; drain Cans $400
fields installed; snail shelL Rea. I H.al.d btda K.will T rOM b* HUM r. .1..4* 'In TOMATOES, 8 JL Hot Dog or Hamburger
sonable Call George Ja th offlr th thCllf .
prices. *
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ID 7-3410 8-1-U of. b the.. Limit 8 Please BUNS 2pY' 39e
roz. ( l\'le C nttr Building on or ;.
for 4:It p.m. the Ith day of oArrllA.
CONSTIPATED? for. U.a Ml period,; for of furnUhlnc on. rear with the City the (All Flavor) 3 Oz. Boxes
r.Ul.j,PUUN-KVAU* ttonn containing U world' foKeroeene I.no B.. Cinnamon 6 ct. 1
appro lmatly JELLO
8mo-o-th..C b*.t and mot natural gallon. fOe 2pk"..
la=st!.*. hurry to No. I dl...l fu. pproslmaUly' BUNS 25c
MOODTS PHARMACYfor ..... Ballon. Limit 4 Please
rn.roui PRKB BAUPLJO or Th above* only quantltl and are to are b. u approilmat .*4- 12 Ct. Pkg.DINNERROLLS2PI"25c. .
40 table for r.na. Ortr 1,000.000 for tabulation of bid*. and the CityCommlMlontr
old *aca **
thy M 4..lr*..rrv to ln ,.the...rlcht.or d.If. Farm Fresh Produce
riwaa th..* quanlltl All prk.
JOHNSTON'SMJICLEB .hall be Arm for the duration of Firm CrupLETTUCE
BEACH REALTY CO the Th*contract City Comml period..lonri r...r.* Head
th* to r.). t any and all bid 17c FROZEN FOODSFre.h -
LOTS ItOM1 OCEAN FRONT, r and :.rt to accept th* bid that In
will be for th* beet
WATER FRONT FARMS. It Inl.r* Judgment*.l of the City of llunntll. (Extra Fancy Fro-Joy (Aist. Flavors' )
lee n. for your ACREAGE teal estate needs I I.!."IeHAa.WITYEA,...' this .lth my day hand of March.and official A. Itf STRAWBERRIES Pts.i ICE MILK 1/ c" 4geUALL.I..m.
Office Phone lIE 9-2343::
Residence Phones ID 7-3691 I I City>h.lton of n lunnIU nrbr lb'lorida' ........... ...I= GQ =a=mQ= m==
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or ID 73817 TT1".HT'Nancy' C 1&0<1..,*. City Clerk
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FOR ALL HOURS-DAY OR NIGHT With purchase of With purchase of With purchase of
(4) Cans 12 Oz. Niblet's 22 0,. Ivory Liquid (1) Garden
AMBULANCE W. K. Com Detergent Hose

PHONE VAlley 4 1625 Coupon Void After Coupon Void After j Coupon Void After
SERVICE Monday, March 22, 1965 Monday, March 22, 1965 Monday, March 22, 1965
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Garcia Funeral HomeP. (/ Cans) Tuna Fryers Chat

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Karen Waddell, Flagler County ScholarshipFund ,1'1':11'., .. ,- '. .' ..1..
Ted Panchella and $5.00 to the Medal of
Honor Award.
Exchange Vows
Mrs. Brede named the nominating .
Karen Waddell and' Ted Pan committee. Mrs. Jasper Prices Good Thurs., Fri., Sat., and Mon., QUANTITY RIGHTS
chella were united in marriage In White, chairman, Mrs. V. W. March 18, 19, 20, 22, 1964. Closed Sunday RESERVED
a candlelight ceremony Wednes Haines, Mrs. Skippy Novick and
day evening, March 10, 1965 In alternate Mrs. Harold Massie.
the First Methodist Church of Mrs. Cora Buckles was hostessfor I Your Budget Will "Jive in 65" with Flagler Food Low EveryDay
Flagler Beach. The pastor, Rev. the day.

Reynold Hoover, officiated in the I Prices Plus Top Quality Meats and Groceries
double ring ceremony.The THE BOOK NOOKSTEPS
bride is the daughter of
Mrs. Jennie M. Newell, Venice IN TIME

Park, Flagler Beach, and Ray (By Fred Astaire) Grade
Newell of Leesburg. The bride
is self. Fred FRYERS Ib 29
groom Is the son 'Mr. and Mrs. Here a portrait by "A"I
Anthony P. Panchella of Bunnell. Astaire as charming and Dressed &
al as one of his seemingly effortless
He Is L/Cpl: in the U. S. Marines
and is presently stationed at the flights of dancing. LIMIT 3 PLEASE
Fred Astalre's dancing career
Marine Corps Air Base in Beaufort
S. C. i began with his entrancing sister TOBIN'S tat PRIZE ARMOUR STAR VAC PAC
and famous partner, Adele, in a
The attended by CURED
couple were SUGAR
I kiddIe show in Keyport, New ALL
Mr. and Mrs. Jeffery Seale, as
I Jersey, with Fred playing a lob Lb. | MEAT FRANKS tb 49
matron of honor and best man. ster and adele a glass of cham PICNICS 11b Wt. 39
The bride, given in marriageby .
her father, wore an aqua pagne.
linen sheath dress with a match This 'was the era of JesseLasky's GRADE "A" WESTERN CENTER RIB PALM RIVER SLICED
"Piano Phiends" and
ing full length coat. Her ac

flowers cessories was were a corsage white and of pink her similar After some vaudeville near disasters attractions.on PORK CHOPS Lb.69'. BACON tb 49'

the circuits, the Astalres were
sweetheart roses.
found by the Shuberts, and then
Mrs. Newell was attired in a
I the fun really began.In .
light green linen two piece suit
London and New York they
and her accessories were beige. FOLGERS America' Favorite Shortening
starred in a famous series of
Mrs. Panchella wore a rose
musical comedies, composed by
lace dress and her accessorieswere
black.Fo11owlng. :George Gershwin, Irving Berlin, COFFEE
Cole Porter and others. They CRISCO
the ceremony a reception
was given in the social were sought after by royalty
abroad and by the sparklingelite i
of the church.
parlor of the American twenties. i 1 Lb.Can 3 Lb.
Presiding at the brides table '
serving the wedding cake and Adele retired to marry the 59' Can 59-
second son of the Duke of Devonshire
punch were Mrs. E. O. Estes,
leaving Fred with a
Dee Estes, Mrs. Myrna Knight,
and Mrs. Leonard Moody. crisis to solve In Ms own career. Limit 1 with $5.00 or more food order Limit 1 with $5.00 or more food order
The couple left for a short I The solution provided by such
t i, wedding trip to points in South partners as Ginger Rogers, Elea.
Florida. I nor Powell, Rita Hayworth, Betty
I IWOMAN'S Hutton and others in
I memorable musicals and mov
les.I PEACHES 3 For 79"
The Flagler Woman's Club I More than a story of the thea CORN 6 For 1

held its regular meeting Wed tre, movies, television, and of
nesday, March 10; at the club international society, STEPS IN Limit 3 Please
house. TIME Introduces to us one of the 303 ARGO
Sixteen members were pres. most beguiling men of his gen. 46 OZ. SHURFINE GRAPEFRUIT

ent. and Frank one Brede guest presided.PresidentMrs. Mrs. eration.SENIOR library Assistant, JUICE 3" 89' OR 2 For 35"

Charles Sindelar, ways and Steven Neely. LIMA BEANS

means chairman, thanked all MIX OR MATCH
who had an active part in the i The Dr. John Corrie State
country auction. Museum at Apalachicola com ya SIZE CAN CHICKEN.OF-SEA
Members voted to give $10 to I memorates the inventor of artificial LIGHT CHUNK MUELLER'STUNA

., the Red Cross Drive; $25 to the I refrigeration. MACARONI 1 Lb.

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\ / Any Size Ever Fresh Twin Pack i Kraft's
t Two Complete Shows on EGGSCoupon POTATO CHIPS, 59c | MAYONNAISE
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with coupon & 'purchase with coupon & purchase* with coupon & purchase*
Shown above are the twin great grand sons of Mrs. Clara of (6) 10 oz. cans of (1) Dust Asorber of (2) Plastic Picnic and<
McCraney of Bunnell. They were born February 17 to Mr. and Sego DIET DRINKS BROOM Party Table Cloths <
Mrs. Ronald Whitson of Hampton Va. They are Paul Eugeneand Coupon Void After Coupon Void, After Coupon Void After <
Richard Lee. Sunday, March 21, 1965 Sunday, March 21, 1965 Sunday, March 21, 1965
Left to right Is the mother Mrs. Whitson; Mrs. Anna Lee
Barstls, grandmother; and Mrs. Clara McCraney, great grand
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U. D. C. MeetingMrs. John Buckles\ Is a patient In RIi
the local hospital receiving med. R lb. 79
James Craig and Mrs. Ical treatment.E. i
W. W. Deen, Jr., were hostesses
\ to the U.D.C members Thurs E. Wetzleb, Sr., of McKees
day afternoon for a business and port. Pa. Is spending some time RUMP ROAST lb. 79*
social meeting. I here with his mother, Mrs. J.C.

Spring flowers were used In; Hllderbrandt.
the rooms of the Craig home and;
served to! Virgil Decker is in Indlanapo lb. *
a sweet course was ROUND STEAK 89
In for the new
the twelve members present.i tractors.Mr.Us, Ind.., training
Mrs. Walter Knight presided at
the business meeting. II
'and Mrs. Anthony Pan.
Mrs. Walter Cody gave a very
interesting book review on "A 'Sheila had as their guests re Lean Western Lykes COUNTRY STYLE

Different Kind of Valor." cently daughter.their Mr.son and In Mrs.law and El PORK STEAKS Ih 49' SAUSAGE > 49Small -

A UNDERGOES SURGERY Travis and children of New
Hampshire; their son and
Miss Annabell Barber under. daughter In law Mr. and Mrs. MeatySPARE Armour 3 oz. Zip Top Can
the Bunnell Panchella of Philadelphia l.
went surugery at Vincent
General Mr. and Mrs. John Coneof POTTED MEAT
Hospital Tuesday morn ; RIBS 'lb 49' E. IOC
Ing. She Is reported as Improving Maine and Mr. and Mrs. Bill
at press time. McCune of Jacksonville.
They came down for the Waddell -
Visiting last weekend with -Panchella wedding which Lykes 15 oz. Can DIXIE CRYSTAL
Mr. and Mrs. Walter Creal were was an event of March 10 at '
Dr. and Mrs. A. G. Francel of the Flagler Beach Methodist 3 ,. SUGAR
LaGrange. Illinois. The Crealsare Church.
former neighbors of the Carmen Fancy Long Grain Cello Bag S ?>> 38
Francels who were on their wayto Miss Cella Joyce Emery, Miss B
West Palm Beach for a ten. Elaine Deen. James Alan Bran RICE I 3 .39*
Limit 1 with $5.00 or more food order
,. day vacation. nam, and Mrs. L. L. Brannam
spent the past weekend In Tallahassee Carnation EVAPORATED
Mrs. Anthony Kahlert Mrs. visiting with Miss Susie
; '
'f Robert Cook and Mrs. GeorgeM. Brannam and Mrs. Laura MILK 3 ?:!,II 390 DAIRY SPECIAL -
Moody visited points In Fetterly Wilkinson. Saturday
Joe Crain'! Fresh FU. Grade "A"
South Carolina several days this ,night they attended the FLU
week. Circus which was presented MEDIUM

I Mrs. Gerald Manuel of Trenton !I there. EGGS 2 DOl. 79tCOFFEE /
J visited here recently with Since its establishment the
her son and daughter in law Marine Corps has made approximately
Mr. and Mrs. Bo Manuel and 300 landings on foreign 1 L; 58C FROZEN FOODS
family.Mr. shores which may explain whyIt
Is called "a force in I'f'adl. Limit 1 with $5.00 or more food order
and Mrs. J. R. Walters had ness." Swan on's A oz. Size
their last week their ---"' --
as guests
,. son and daughter In law, Mr. FRESH PRODUCE MEAT PIES 4F.1GINGHAM
and Mrs. Robert S. Walters of I ALt. Ics asp PtYuAR -
Omaha Neb. Robert is station Golden Ripe.BANANAS
ed with the U. S. Air Force there. GIRL
Mrs. J. C. Hall had as her
house guests during the past 41hO.f FLOURBAG
weekend' her sister In law, Mrs. APPLES
George Hall, who ls a winter bag .49erie 5 a 29CLETTUCE
vacationer In DeLand.Mr.
!tsdt5 I& 1sr -* Head
Limit 1 with $5.00 or more food order
and Mrs. Paul Burrell of 2
for Ljr
Spokane Washington were here I
during the past weekend visit
ing with friends. Mr. Burrell is
o!, a former resident of Flagler
County lie and his recent bride
are spending a wedding trip tN. 1I
touring points In Florida. "Il FOOD RODGERS STORE

Visiting here Sunday with Mr. II1
and Mrs. C A. Rlddell was her
son. Joy Sisco of Jacksonville.I I"1"Phone
Also her grandson Lt. Sisco tv inn"1
Deen of the U.S. Airforce. They I I 4373227OPEN
also visited with the! u.s. No. 1 BUNNELL
DuaMf 8tOO a.m.-1 tOO
Deens and the C.. O. '
Flagler Beach. Quantity Rights Referred PRICES GOOD MARCH 18, 19, 20, 21, 1965T


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opening quite flat, and three to They can be planted in groupsof Usually Zephy blossoms last I! day will make you appreciatethe

:' Gardening In Florida four Inches across. They are a dozen or so bulbs In a bed only two days. Often the wild I fleeting beauty of these

(BY Hem Sharp) dark pink when first open and of flowers to give an added ones gathered in the woods will j dainty flowers,

change to lighter shades as the splendor to annuals. Some gar. not last until you reach home.

Zephy lilies are unlike fair- flowers fade. deners use the lily as a border if the stems are not placed In I

weather friends-because they There are other kinds of plant along walks. And the water as they are gathered. But O. F. ALTORD

visit you during rainy weather. Zephyranthes, so scarce that bravest of gardeners have planted don't let the threat of wilting I Registered

Call the unwanted friends they are seldom seen.' One of certain varieties quite close keep you from considering the Real Estate BrokerBunnell

what you may but the bulbs are these is the variety citrina which together so that the foliage flowers of the west wind, because I

called fairy or Easter lilies, bears deep yellow flowers on 10. would serve as ground cover. gathering new flowers each FloridaWe've

grass lilies, thunder flowers and Inch stems. Citrina sets flowers

rain lilies. This wild beauty several times during the sum -

earned the last two names because .

It seems to burst forth mer.You can get a start of Zephyr '(

, with blossoms after an early lilies either by seeds or by offset

spring thunder shower. bulbs developed from the

I The scientific name is Zephy-
base of old bulbs. Seeds or

ranthes. bulblets of these lilies germinate

The'mature Zephyr plant consists easily.A .

of a few grayish green good mixture for planting

strap-shaped leaves, with flowers seeds is one-half building sand : '

white, pink, red, cream yellow and one-half peat. You may also ; ..

or copper-colored, accordingto "
use screened woods mold.In "

variety. The blossoms are set the garden these lilies : *

atop a. 12-inch stem. '; ,
thrive best In sandy loam witha .'
Florida has three native va- ,,
good supply of well rotted organic
rltles In her woods-one In the
in the eastern matter. The lilies will :;:<, /' :;
western part, one put on a better show of blos- ;- ; < I' ,
': ., 4cI,
and central and another varietyIn :
soms If given at least two applications
the southern tip of the state. "
of food
plant duringthe
All bloom early in spring and
growing season.
sometimes In ,the fall if the ,
Water is another essential for "
weather is favorable.If tt
blooms. Because the plant Is attached I'\I'I
you had rather buy than
) to a bulb, It can shift
make woodland safari then
a ,
for Itself for a short time with.
the Imported Zephyrs from '!
I try ;! ,
out rain. But as a number of LW 'r -
either Mexico or the West In
the varieties are swamp plants,
dies. The carlnata Is the most
i II
they like to dip their feet into
popular. It has large flowers, i ur'
soggy soil most of the time. "
f >ZS
IN TIIH CIRCUIT COURT SEV- Plant Zephyranthes bulbs quite <,. "
close in
together and consider.
KMIHIUA. IN CI1ANCK.HY NO. able numbers for the best effect ; :

WILLIE 8. HARRISON.rial For a multl-hued flower : <

bed, plant a number of-varitles-

RICHARD My ANDERSON and In the same bed. When they "
wife, burst into bloom at one time

I, NOTICE OF IMJIIMCATION Defendants.ON your yard will be the showplace M r5 r ,tt .j

HILL UK COMPLAINT TO KOIUO- of the neighborhood.These .
OK FLORIDA: lilies can be used along
the 4C
edge of 4 28
CAROLYN M. ANDERSON, his shrubbery or as a *
wife whose residence Is c/o Willis border along a bed of perennials.
tiny tier. 102 12th Avenue, Silvia,
l cited notified IN TUB ClIiriTIT COURT OK
You are hereby .
Iy j admonished ordered, and requiredto "'I.A.LF.U COUNTY, .. ...OIIlU.II'f \ s 6: q t 7.
romnlalnt file your filed answer IJo. TntllygJ I JOANNE REID I

' In the- above-entitled cause, In the Plaintiff, Ii i A +
, Office of the Clerk of the Circuit JOSEPH *.
!I I. Court In and for Flakier County, DAVID REID '+
t Florida, at his office In the Court Defendant.1VOT1CM w .1
n )
I house In Dunnell. Florida on or TO DUKKNII
before the 9th day of April, A. D. DAVID. JOSEPH REID \.j
1965, and to serve a copy of such 91 11th Avenue
Black of Newark 7, New Jerrey t,
answer AltsC
Black Cobb, Cole vlndL.Crotty, attorneys You are hereby' notified that a .8
for the Plaintiff herein, suit has been filed against you In
whose adress Is SOI North Grand- the above entitled cause; and you
view Avenue, Daytona Beach, Florida are hereby required to file your answer !
with the Clerk of this {
on or before said date as required Court.
by the Laws of Flolda and and to serve a copy thereof upon
the 1054 Florida Rules of Civil the plaintiff or plaintiff* attorney, <' "
1'rocedure. If you fall to do so, whose name anaddress Is: -
a decree pro confesso will be entered RAY 8ELDENHelden c .d
I against you for the relief Building
i demanded In the complaint, said Daytona Beach Florida 1 ,
not later than April. 8th, A. D. IKS.
1.\ cause being; In the nature of a
suit to foreclose a mortgage given It you fall to do so, decree pro ,
'i to the Plaintiff and recorded inN confesso will be entered against .
Olllclnl Records Book 9 page 356 you for the relief demanded In the -- '
IL thereof, of the Publlft Records of bill of complaint. The nature of S
Q. Klagler County Florida, upon theuf said suit being for divorce. g
following described property, lying WITNESS my hand and seal of ,
Pur and being In Flagler County, to. said Court this Ind day of March
A. D. 19(5.UlHclal
g7 wit:: :
1: Lot Three (S). Block Seventy* ( toll'E.\ A, 8MYTHB ,
I. five (75) In Venice Park Hub- ('I.k ot ""Id Circuit Court r It
I division, according to the Dy Julia U. Harvey
Amended flat thereof recordedIn Deputy Clerk
flat nook a, page tl, of the March t.lI.lI.U--4tc
Public Records of FlaglerCounty. .
Is hereby ordered that this Order COUNTY, KI.OHIIIA '
IN a ,,.
and Notice shall be publishedonce
a week for four ((4) consecutive PELOTE
week In the Flagler Tribune Plaintiff
a newspaper published In Uunnell, v.
Flagler County Florida' and having PELOTEDefendant!
a general circulation In Flag* NOTICK
1e'W County: Florida. TO: loaded the dice
t hand a* Clerk of
-the said (Circuit Court In Flagler whose residence and.
and the seal of office
'dntOr.orl\ post address
: -
at Uunnell, Flagler I unknown. 1
County, Florida, the Urd day are
You are hereby notified that a
i of February, A. Ifn ( suit has In with almost "
.1 (Seal) S. A. BMYTHK. Clerk the eben'\ln l'dd case;' and you you perfect service
In and
the Circuit Court
are hereby required to file
for Florida your answer *
Flagler County, with the Clerk of this Court
' "
and to thereof
i' JIYi Attorneys/S) David for I*Plaintiff Black the plaintiff serve or a plaintiffs copy attorney upon, You might get a free tankful of Atlantic gasoline anywhere you see ,
s whose name anaddress Is:
I i\ SOt Davtona North Beach Orandvlew, Florida Avenue FRANK O. HOWATT the sign of Red Ball Dealer ,Service. If the dealer should forget to clean
2400 Ponce de Leon Blvd.
w> March 4.11.U.U-Hc St. Augustine Florida, I I your windshield, weather permitting, or offer to check your oil, your gasoline
not later than April Sth, A. D. IKS.
t KI.AUI.KIl iv Tim ciitrrtT('("'':'IT,".(HUT KI.OUIDil : OF confesso If you fall will to be,do entered so. decree againstyou pro purchase is free I But, frankly, we've made Red Ball Service so good thatit

UIAM'KHY: NO. MilJCAROL for the relief demanded In the will
probably never happen.
,: ( REUIEC. bill of complaint. The nature of
, Flaintlft.vs. said suit being for divorce. _

LEON ALEX .REQIEC. said WITNESS Court this my 2nd hand day an of seal March of However, if you'd like to try for free gasoline, drive Into your favorite

NOTICIl TO IIHKKNUTUB Defendant: A. n. 11115.Ornt'i,1 Atlantic Red Ball station a few thousand times and maybe-just maybe
( ) E. A. 8MYTHE .
LEON whose STATE ALEX residence OF .REOIKC OKIDA.and ,, TO: Clerk Dy Julia r.f said R. Harvey Circuit Court a day will come when the service isn't perfectBut

post are office hereby address notified are unknownYou that a March t.IIU-U-4tc Deputy the odds are against It.

\ suit has been filed against you In .h ,
the above entitled cause; and you "
hereby required to file your answer f
are SI
with the Clerk of this Court, dbr tflarUrr .ilrtbunr .. '-
and to serve a copy thereof upon ...., .
; the plaintiff or plaintiffs attorney, FLORIDA
whose name and address Is: IHNXKI.L: ; : ATLANTIC
RAY 8KLDRNHelden t 1
Building MRS U.Do FULLER Editor
Dayton Iteach, Florida
not later than March J>, A. IX ISI$. I
If you fall to do so. decree procont..o I *'..at.. .ew*.as.r fee sill -I .
will be entered againstyou Legal Ae>."Ulag 1', t
for the relief demanded In tb- TheAflanbc Refining Company
bill of complaint. The nature of r 1974 Tafttyrmd Av.nu ,JactujonvWa, Florida 3::&IJ
aid suit being for divorce. Entered as second class matter
WITNESS my hand and seal of February (. 1013 at the post -Jr
aid Court this Urd day of Febru- office at Dunnelt. Florida, under -'l; .. .
A.1). 1555. Act of March 1. 1W a.1
cry -, 1'
(omcial Real) E. A. SMTTHE, .,. ;>1't.
"". ,
Clerk of said Circuit Court 0' iI> "
By Julia It Ilarrer.I Oae year 12.00fl
>eputy Clerk & weatks __I.. '
Feb. 2S A March 4-1111-lie

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The new oat is named Florida ST. THOMAS
500. It is a short, medium early (ICpt.eep.l)
BIG DIVIDENDS oat that Is resistant to crown I South Anderson Street I

(Continued from Pace :2> rust. 24 HourWrecker ..R. Rev James... lajr Henry errlec Taylor. Jr. t

wilt Is a problem has rated tops JpJO: .. m. Church: School
Service ..
Without research the hills of : rn. MoraInE Prayers and I
In Southeastern Regional trials Sermon
Central Florida would still be Holy Communion lit Sunday
according to J. M. Crall. 1
in scrub oak-not citrus. The

Three cantaloupes-Florida No. flat lands would be in pine, Flagler Truck & Tractor Co IY: TIIM
1, Florlsun, and Seminole-plus I finrriT cotiir.. tttfMUKMAY
and palmetto not Improved 1'I.Ai.FitIIIVTY, .1.OIIIUAt
Florldew honey dew melons are MASSEY-FERGUSON t IN 1IlaV/'EI1Y No. 30:..
The Everglades in
pastures. OLAUYti
examples of other vine fruits ,
sawgrass-not vegetables and Grove Industrial Equipment I'Ulntlff ,.
developed for the consumer's n.
eating enjoyment. pastures. VIRGIL WENTWORTH M. MURRAY
Phone ID 7-3242
Research by the experiment I.f.ndant ..
Snapea, a cream-type Southern NOTIf't1 TO DFMiYu:
for stations has been absolutely essential Owner Bunnell Florida TIN"J.TzN'\: OP FLOItinA TO-
pea variety snap and pod
'& 1 M. AluftRA,
in Florida's
farming pic
cooking, and Floricream an all- whose poll offlc and
i I residence address are '
purpose cream-seeded southernpea I.. unknown.

will soon tickle the palate 17'f ult iou hat are been. rfd notifled affitlntt that you I In a

of gourmets who relish the best the aboVIII entitled cause; and you "'
are hereby required to>> file
your an. :
In southern cooking. These two answer with the Clerk of thl Court. ,

peas are the handiwork of A. P. and the plaintiff to serve or* i.lnlntlfr copy% thereof attorney upon, j ,

Lorz and L. II. Halsey.Dr. whose name nn.l addren* U:
Lorz has won fame In de. HI llurlelifh I Avenue J
veloping the and Holly Hill. Florida.
Topset pea nlW than April 1Sth' A. i). l95' ,
other southern pea varieties.A tall to do no, decree pro
oonfewo will be ..nteredaraln.t
new celery, known as Flor. you for the pellet demanded In the

ida 683, made its debut. The seed said 6111 i.COKnPUln> The nature ot
Jt for dlvorr
was distributed to seedmen in WITNKHH my hand and seal| of
1963 for increase and for sale to A5\.' Court 1966OttIclal this teih day r March

( sod) R. A. SMtTIIB ,
growers during the fall of 1964
Clerk ot .,,141 Clrnlt Court '1
Emil A. Wolf took the leader. lly Julia H. ltarvey

ship In giving consumers this March n.u A April 1.5-/to Deputy Clerk

crisp new vegetable.
'V TIIM ciiiririT COIIMT or
Grapes that have been de. .", .."".I<::U ('01'NTV, KI.OHIDA

veloped by experiment station LOUIS ix ciiANrKitv K, JOIINSON NO. Mia

plant breeders include tasty PlaintiffA11AStINTiIAe.st.

bunches of Lake Emerald and r JOHNSON iNOTi'f i

Blue Lake grapes. I TO iEFI'.t..n""nt U j'
The citrus industry got three TUB 8TATM )...' Fi.OltilA. T(): ',
new rootstocks during the year. i 20 l'aladln Avenue
> S' Apartment IK
Researchers Harry W. Ford and i S New York N. Y.

William A. Feder christened the You are hereby notlHed that a
suit has
been filed avaln you In
stock "Estes," "Ridge Pineapple the above entitled cause) and you
are hereby required to rile your an
and "Milam. These new ewer with the Clerk of thus Court.
planting stocks promise to cope I and to serve a copy thereof upon
the plaintiff I or plalntlffa attorney,
with the burrowing nematode I whose name and address U:
RA tolUlIl.: V. HOIX'H
that has been a bane to the In. 110 N. Third Htre.t
falatka. Floridanot
dustry. tfF later than April ftth, A. n. 1MB.'
Cattlemen got a new forage 3 If you fall to do o. decree pro
confeMo will b entered
during the year when Albert E. 1 '14 yon for the relief* demanded against in the

Kretschmer Jr., Introduced bert F- I said bill' of unit complaint.b"lna' for divorce.The nature of

seem clover. The new feed product W1TNICHH my hand and neal of
aid Court this Ind day of March
can be grazed, green chopped A. a l.
or ensiled. (Official Heal I) H. A. HMYTltW
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Gentlemen who prefer the fly Julia II. llarrey

best of cigars will soon enjoy March <.t1.11.31-Ito">PUtyTIIH Clerk ,

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better with "
smoking pleasure
IN C'II"TIT roriir .wvKTII '
the December release of Florida __ Jilu'IA111'1IT: HANII
foil .. ....u'.al: ('cIt'NT".
15-a new cigar wrapper tobacco. KMIIIIII4. .',,.., .111 n. MM.

In addition to meeting the sF NIT HIIOI'K ItVNItNTT"lalntut.

whim of the consumers, growerscan If "....,. .vs
expect high yields from Itefendant.
Florida 15. with Dixie NOTICH TO AI'I'MAII
Forget 'emThen' FUlKIHA. TO-!
Shade the new leaf handles DALI.IM KDWAIilt KVUllKTTco
Mra C. O. re.,
easier, grows better may be lit. No. I. hoc 3'5sailsbury /,

more resistant to black shank, just no match for a AtmeleM electric water heater for the service You are hereby, North notified Carolina that a suit
and yields up to 200 pounds per for divorce haa been filed ...In.t
and precious peace-of-mlnd it provide It's automatic. It's fat It's ..t.. you< In the above entitled cause

acre more, according to research. It can be tucked away out of sight! becauM there's no constant, heatwuttafflame and you are hereby required to
serve Halntlffa Attorney.
C. E. Dean.According .
er to keep looking after. And it provides the hot water you'll ever need whose, nama and addreea appear
to Dr. Bockenbach, lereon. your written defense It
for every need, with no waiting. So why wait? Get one. any to the Illll of complaint inseta
the experiment stations are mlt. on or before the I3lh
ready to release a new field corn day of. April. IMS .!.. decree pro
confea o will be entered againstyoWlTNN

and an oat. Set YraPPi Wf dealer $$ Hand
My and Neal of
The field corn will be called aid' Court this >lh day of March.
Florida 200A since it Is close plumbing contractor. Q A. 1). IMI.
(Official Heal) K. TllYS
kin to the popular 200 corn released Clerk of .,lid Court

in 1957 The new variety llf Julia It Harvey l>.puly ClerK

when tested In Gainesville, Live \V. I. Wadtworthl
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Oak and other north Florida Uunnell. Florida

sites averaged 763 bushels per ____ FLORIDA I POWER ft LIGHT I COMPANY HELPS BUILD I FLORIDA I March Attorney ll-ll-ll for Plaintiff oil April 1-410_

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PAGE EIGHT Thursday, 18, 1965
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Shields Mother of Herbert I Ala.; two grand daughters, PULASKI 'CLUB mercial endeavor, housing,
) Mrs. Louise Allen Dies In Elizabeth Allen, Bunnell, and schooling, ship building, electrification
Mrs. Fern Tracy of St. Augus TO SHOW FILMA steel manufacture,

f' Passed Away AlabamaMrs. tine. film will be exhibited at mining, etc Like other European

a. Evle Allen of Cuba, Ala.,. the Pulaski Club's building in governments, it is trying to create
I Last Saturuday mother of Herbert Allen of Bun. I Daytona Beach March 21, at 7:30p. a tourist trade which is
I nell, passed away there Febru. The main spring ''at Florida'sSilver m. It was made in Poland badly needed." '
Mrs. Louise Shields of Mill flows
Springs an averageof
' ary 21. She was 88 years of age. with the cooperation of the :The Pulaski Club building is
and Bunnell, passed
burn, N. JL 750 million gallons 'of water
March She is survived by a son,.Herbert State Department of the U. S. at 326 South St., Daytona Beach.
away Saturday afternoon, daily, enough to form a crystal
Allen of Bunnell a daughter Government in
; Washington.
13, at the Holly Hill General clear river seven miles long. ---_._- -.---
Mrs. Lyda: Morgan of Cuba,
Hospital following a short ill .. ---- It is shown in practically all
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ness. She was the widow of the I large cities of the' eastern section HASTINGS MATTRESS
late William Scott Shields of I
of our country in which & UPHOLSTRY WORKS
Mlllburn, and the mother of I Poles have settled. According to 710-12 Lemon St.
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Gordon Shields of Bunnell.
some reports it has won great Palatka. Florida
She was a member of the popularity even among other I I I Phone EA 5.9166
Presbyterian Church, and was people than Poles. Furaitu". Upholstering
77 years of age. She has made Repaired & Refinished
her home here with Mr. and y i There is a nominal charge as I Mattresses & Box Springs
Mrs. Shields about six monthsof a donation to defray the expenseof Made ic Order Also Renovated
each year for a number of havin gthe film exhibited in I Can Laura Morris 4373233
years. iJ 'Vir Daytona Beach. I After 6:00 P. M.
Survivors include her son and' PRICES REASONABLE.
"This film, the Pulaski Club
daughter In law, Mr. and Mrs.
said, "Is not a propaganda for I Just as near as Tour
Gordon S. Shields, Bunnell; one
for the Phone or Post Office
F x communist government
brother, Russell Sllance of, Roselle I e rY f I f'p r of Poland but actual facts of I I Drop Us A Card or Call
.1. two grandchildren r+na Free &
N. ; the present day Poland in t I Pick-up DeliveryCRAIG
Connie Shields and David Scott +. o, + ff I -- .: -- .
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Shields, Bunnell.
The body was returned to Mill- I'
burn for funeral services and FUNERAL HOMEA.
burial there Wednesday morn-
Ing. Craig Funeral Home of vhf H. CRAIG. Funeral Director
j' Bunnell was in charge of local JOHN CAPO. Associate
I arrangements.

, Left to right-Miss Ida Allen, Miss Bunnell High of 1965 :
Southern Bell Telephone and Miss Heidi Eisenbach, first runnerup; Miss Sherry Har- Phone ID 7-3532

I, Telegraph Co. last Friday paid gett, second runnerup; and Miss Brenda Murray third 201 E. MOODT BLVD. BUNNELL. FLORIDA
f. $2,522,191 in utility taxes to the runnerup. (Theo C. Hein Photo)
j of Florida. This tax .
State payment --- -
which is the largest the
company has ever paid to the ..

state, was presented by John
Parting special representative for
Southern Bell, to Governor Hay.
don Burns.
This tax payment representsan
Increase of over 300 percentover Chevroletworkpower
that paid 10 years ago
d when the company made a
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$829,117.79 payment for 1954. :

During this 10'year period ,,' :
Southern Bell has paid to the :

of Florida .
State $17,963,876.The
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\j state is part of a $16,984,000 tax t ., ". f _
( bill paid by Southern Bell to the
: state, municipalities and colin-
, ties for 1964, exclusive of any
municipal excise taxes, and of .'
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any income, social security and
l excise government.tax payments to the Federal

I How to Ripen;

, Since nearly all tomatoes
grown for fresh shipment are
picked at the mature green
stage of development, here are ,
some tips on how to ripen them
and make them almost as goodas

vine ripened.Dr. .
C. B. Hall, associate horticulturist I
In Food Techonlogyand
Nutrition at the Universityof
Florida Agricultural Experiment
Station says:
Select the ripest appearing
fruits from those displayed In
the store, but avoid tomatoes
that are soft or bruised.If .
the tomato fruits are not
fully ripe, hold them at room I

temperature.tomatoes on Some the people window place sill, "walks" right over bumps and trouble

advantage of the effectof
taking light on color development. Independent front suspension takes the "truck" out of I

Do sunlight not place where tomatoes the fruits in direct couldbe truck ride. It smooths rough roads, protects truck, driver

overheated.Do and cargo from excessive jolting. And on Chevrolet pickups :
not store tomatoes in a
tightly closed container, or one it's a proved system with millions of miles of user experience

ment.that might Allow restrict maximum air ventila move behind it. Try it out on one of Chevrolet's great Fleetskte or

tlon. Stepside pickups. It's one of the big reasons that Chevrolet ,
If you have an excess of fully
ripe tomatoes on hand, they is first choice with pickup users from coast to coast

may be stored in the refrigerator .
for two or three weeks.PETERSON Telephone your Chevrolet dealer about.any_ type of truck

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