The Flagler tribune
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Permanent Link: http://ufdc.ufl.edu/UF00079914/00274
 Material Information
Title: The Flagler tribune
Physical Description: Newspaper
Language: English
Publisher: s.n.
Place of Publication: Bunnell Fla
Creation Date: April 8, 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: UF00079914:00274
 Related Items
Preceded by: St. Johns tribune
Succeeded by: Palm Coast news
Succeeded by: Flagler/Palm Coast news-tribune

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M. B. McDaniel FLAGLER COUNTY H. T. Cook Resigns i WINNING ORATOR I Citizens Bank

Elected MayorOf After 25 Years Plans For New
GOES OVER GOAL f Hester, senior at Mainland

BunnellCity Drive Chairman Cora Buckles I As High School in Daytona Bank =
said today the Flagler County City Attorney Beach, oratorical contestant who Building m

Commissioner M. B. Mc- Red Cross drive has ended. I went to the state finals in The The directors of Citizens Bank :: :5
City Attorney H. T. Cook,presented
Daniel was elected Mayor of Funds collected put the drive American Legion Oratorical Con. of Bunnell have acquired eight u.
Bunnell at the organizational his resignation to the I test, will be a speaker at the .>-
over the goal of $800. The amount lots of block 120. Bank Presl :e::
meeting of the commission Mon reported at press time city commission Monday evening Bunnell High School assembly dent Charles Creal said today. a.. p
day night He succeeds Shelton was $809.35 with Carver High after 25 years of service. Friday mornln He will be ac. The lots are the west half of the
Barber who served as mayor the School still to report.A :The resignation was effective companied here by Tom Beachel 'block and lots 7 and 8 on the
past year. I April 5. who was winner In the United i east side of the block. The property -
full report with committee I i Fund speaking contest. I
I Blvd.
Elected vice mayor was Dave commission accepted the lies between Moody i
Perryman. The new member of i(will be completed soon. tresignation I with regret and The assembly will be at 8:40 and Lambert Ave. Lots 7 and 8

the commission taking office voted to adopt a resolution of : Friday morning and the publicIs front on Lambert and Cherry St.
Monday evening was C. B.II Board To Meet I appreciation to Mr. Cook for his I invited, Principal Benton Clifton The directors acquired the "w
Elsenbach who was elected In faithful service as attorney during said. American Legion Post property with the intention of I
the March election. He succeeds CAA Official on the 25 years. Mr. Cook was 115 members have a special In. building a new bank building I r
Harry Atkinson. I I I recently employed as attorney vitatlon to attend. with parking area and drive-In
Mayor McDaniel named the IOn The AirportThe I by the Florida East Coast Rail. Young Hester will speak on windows. Flans are presently In '(I
following as chairmen of the I I I road with office In St. Augus the "Constitution of the United the making for construction to :

several departments of the city: Board of County Commis. tine. States." "United Funds in the I I I be within the next two or three t

H. V. Peavy, finance; Shelton stoners at a* meeting Monday The commission accepted the Community" will be the subjectfor I years.
Barber, streets; C. B. Eisenbach, agreed to met on Wednesday,I only bid for gas and fuel oil young Beachel.Ormond !I 1938 The when bank they was established purchased the In
water; Dave Perryman, city 14 with representative,
April a for the year, Dean Peterson'sTexaco. building which built
present was
property and records. of ,the Civil Almautlcs Admin '
The bids were 16.9 for I Organist by the old Bunnell State Bank
The body voted to re-employ istration to determine what restrictions kerosene and 15.9 for fuel oil.'
about :50
all city personnel. Mr. Barber the CAA must main. The price was the same the city Entertains Club years ago.
'. thanked the commissioners and I lain on the local airport.A had paid the past year.
; city employees for the coopera Through the courtesy of James Flagler Beach
lion and help during his termas I letter- from Jim Ebert of Voted to send a letter of condolence Chandler, owner of the Ham ,
mayor. Ormond Beach requested the to Mrs. Mabel Brookson mond Organ Studios of Daytona Asks Special
meeting as Ebert has prospectsof the recent death of her husband Beach located In the Halifax

26 Is Set locating industrial plants on Sheriff Homer Brooks. Shopping Center members of the Legislation :
April also
airport lands. Ebert request
Flagler Senior Citizens Club at
I that his group meet with ,the their meeting Tuesday evening In five legal advertisementsIn ,
School BoardTo
. For University'sCommencement CAA representative and ,the were entertained with an organ this week's issue, the City of
board which agreed. Proceed recital by Wesley (Uncle Wes) Flakier Beach Is making application
on for special legislation In }
The board also agreed to Ungerbuchler of Ormond Beach.
of! Ungerbuehler, a 'self taught tho present session of the legis ,
More than 3,600 University amend Its requests to the State Carver
' for degrees from the cur this county to Include four- some 200 popular songs, moat One calls for Abolishing the .
' rent trimester and 2.150 students I Ir lanlng State Road 100 from Bun. I Any future trips made by I of which lend themselves to Town of Flagler Beach, making ,
'* school personnel and, students it the City of Flagler Beach and
*"--' who have earned degrees since nell to Flagler Beach. .. group singing. .
May, 1964-will be recognized at of 'flagler couiiry'lChoots "m st The hour long musical pro. II also setting up a qualifying/ fee
the university's annual commencement Discussed and examined a be approved as educational" by' gram followed a covered dish I to become a candidate in the
ceremonies April 26. map concerning rights of way the county school supt and I supper at the Club'a regular city election. The fee would be
William Welch D en. Jr., receives for the Lake Dlsston Road but principals of the various schools, meeting place the Municipal six percent of the annual salaryof
his master of science In no final action was taken. was adopted by the county Building at Flagler Beach. There the omce.Another .
engineering lie Is the son of Passed a motion to ask Zlnke- school board Tuesday morning. were SO members and guests bill would prevent
Mr. and Mrs. W. W. Deep of Smith to clean out culvert at The board also agreed to pro. I present. any city official from holding
Bunnell. and Old Dixie Highways. Copyof ceed with construction of the The Club voted to organize a another elective office duringhis
Robert Bruce Cook son of Mr request to be mailed to SRD Carver High School Cym, no shuffleboard club among Its term of city office. Another
and Mrs. Bob Cook of Bunnell, district engineer and Fifth District ceptlng a bid from Bunnell Con members Play be in the Flag. provide that no assessments
will receive his bachelor of mechanical Road Board member. structlon Co. for steel. Agreeingto ler Beach city park Just northof for local improvements may bo
engineering. i Gene Holly, county sanitarian, accept lowest bid on all ma. the Municipal Building. The paid in Installments If the pay. I
i Candidates for degrees at the reported he has a man from the terials, including steel, cement' next meeting wilt be April 20 I ments are less than $20. ,
end of the winter trimester, April State Board of Health to help concrete blocks, 'I when it Is expected plans will Also provisions for publication 4'I
w 23, number 1.1GO undergraduate him In making a survey of pol. Discussed establishment of I be announced for Club activities.1 of notice of Intention to contractIn
I students and :309 at the graduate lutlon of the Intracoastal Water kindergarten class at the Carver I during the summer months.- excess of $1000.
level, Including 80 doctoral can way In this county Holly said school. It was stated that the
didates. conditions are getting better as board has $12GOO of county Special Holy Service
The College of Arts and Sciences he did not find "h man pollu funds which would be matched Bunnell Rot'aryClub At Methodist\ ChurchA
leads the other schools tion" In Flagler county's sectionof after a survey was made by the special Maundy Thursday
and colleges within the university the canaL May try to get State Dept. of Education. The Disbanded service will be held at the First

with 339 candidates follow samples In "the flats" also. board authorized Supt. Coy liar. (By John Cannon) Methodist Church here Thursday
ed by the College of Education Raymond Smith county vet. rls to further study the problem. The Rotary Club of Bunnell evening, April 15, at 7:30.:) The
with 238 and the College of En. erans service omcer, requestedthe Refused to pay to City of voted Thursday to return Its theme will be on the Last Sup.
glneering with 152. board to pay expenses for Flagler150 for sidewalk In Charter to Rotary International per with observance: of Holy
The formal commencement him to attend service officers front of school property, but after five years of service In the Communion, Rev" Howard Porter
processional begins at 8:30 a. 'm. school In Winter Park for five built on city lands. Community The decision was said today,
with ceremonies starting at 9 in days. Request granted.It Accepted the resignations of taken regretfully by the membership Services this Sunday will be
four teachers, and discussed at special observance of Palm Sun-
Florida gymnasium. Baccalaureate was brought out that there and only after exhaustive
Is scheduled at 7:30 P. M., will be no Interchange between l length the employment of a efforts to Increase the membenhlp day
full-time supervisor of the school A Prayer Vigil will be held at
April 25. at Florida Field. Highway 1-95 and Old Dixie to the minimum of
Highway south of Korona, but system and accepted the recom twenty-five members as requiredby the Church on Good Friday from
Small Claims Court there will be a grade separation mendatlon of the superintend the Charter had failed. 0 P.M. to midnight

t Session Is On April 22 the State Road Dept said. How. ent In the matter Membership problems had
Small Claims Court Judge ever If traffic should ever demand The board will meet' within plagued the Club for some time Easter Drama at
Tom Lessen said today there an Interchange It couldbe the next two weeks to consider as a result of l loaves Incurred Flajrler Beach
will no court session today, i put In.Evelyn teaching faculty for all schoolsof from members moving from the Methodist ChurchThe
there being no cases to come up. t V. Walters of Rt. 1. Box the county. The board did, Community and from death among Methodist, Youth Fellow.
i He said the next session will 163, St. Augustine, requested by however, accept Supt. Harris's the membership.. ship and. the Senior Chapel"
be at the courthouse on Thursday letter permission to establish a recommendation that all prlnd The Rotary Club of Bunnell Choirs will present "Challengeof '
morning. April 22. lie will rod and gun club area In the pals be retained another year. was organized by the Rotary The CrM**, a religious drama
J be;'In the oilier to receive new wild game preserve on Highway Club of Palatka during the Ad. on Palm Sunday evening (April
calft-and hear any old cases. AlA south of, Martaeland on Flagler Beach ministration of District GovernorBob 11. at seven o'clock.)
I her property. There would be School AssistsApplachian Langley of Jacksonville. The public Is cordially invitedto
FLAGLER TOWNS target shooting" on a range Area Governor Langle/a Special Rep attend this. Special Easter
that she said would be built I I In cooperation with the National resentatlve Frank Hancock of Drama at the Church on South
GET SMOKE TAXRen with assistance from the Xatlon!1'I Congress of Parents and Palatka was the most Influential Daytona Avenue.
Morrisdirector of the al Rifle Assn. The board asked' I Teachers" the children and par. person In the organization of I
State Beverage Dept. reports that', the citric to write her that the ents of Flagler Beach have the Club. Initial efforts began Baptist Church
the following amounts from col.r J board has' no objections." I I helped l their school collect 1,020 during the latter part of 1209. I Sermon Topics
lection of the cigarette tax has The board agreed' to pay $3,000 books to be shipped to the inv I By April. 19GO the membership Rev Thomas Pinner of the
been sent to the municipalities to municipalities of Bunrwll and I, proverishtd Appalachian area. was sufficiently large to First Baptist Church said today
[ apply
of Flagler county Flagler Beach for recreation( as i I The school conditions In that I(for a Charter from Rotary Inter I his Sunday morning sermon
Bunnell S2.751.98. provided' by local legislative act I area are unbelievably poor, and i national. The Charter was grant I topic will be The World's Last
Flagler Beach. $142129. But the funds will not be paid:I the people of nail Beach are I led and was presented: to the I Hop For Peace".
Beverly Beach. I93.GO. until the board receives I a full: to be congratulated on this. !Club In a special Chartrr-nlfht The evening service topic will
Marlneland. 19141. 1,I report from the full recreation' splendid hen anitlartan gesture, i be -What Makes The Bible So
Painters HHL $14jO& committee.' ''principal W E. Fennell. Jr, said. Continued To Par I Wonderful".

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q iH; vein 100 square feet of planting per tiful ornamentals as well as the .
application in late spring, sum undesirable plants.

mer, winter and early spring. Growth regulators such as
(By Htnrvy Sharp)
The late spring application Is 2,4-D; 2,4.5-T, and MVP even in
In spring trees are like some due now. Water plants, spreadthe very small amounts, may injure Call On Us

fickle young ladles-both takeon plant nutrients, and then susceptible plants. These materials .
annual water the food materialsIn.
rings. plant are weed killers. But re

member, they cannot distinguish 0
But trees are different be.
cause they can't become en. Aazaleas and camelias need beween weeds and non-

gaged, Quarrel and return their special acid type fertilizer, so weeds. .
rings. be sure to feed them the right Do not apply 2,4-D within sev- ; > 'f"f"

formula or they may become erral feet of sensitive plants- When '
However, trees can become >
fertilizer sick.Annuals such as most garden plants, ; 't f' 't
unhappy and sigh if they can'tget .. ;.
flowers and ornamentals. Cover 0 '
food .{, \
to sustain their annual and perennials need '
flowers and shrubs with paperor i..,
growth rings. So to keep your three applications of one to one o
trees In plastic before spraying. Use ,
engaged growing rings, and one-half pounds of 6-6-6 \
feed them. extreme care to prevent the
Like humans, trees need a fertilizer per year for each 100 chemical from reaching ornamentals

hearty 'breakfast after a long square feet of plantings. through drifting, leachIng You Need
Make application at plant
wlnternap. Feeding trees Is one into the soil or by runningon
time and two during the
simple. Start the job with a the surface during a heavy
Nitrates of sodaor
crowbar or/ a length of %.Inch growing season. shower of rain.
other sources of nitrogen, are
pipe. Apply weed killers on a-calm
needed in and in summer
For trees with trunks less than I day because wind blown chemicals
at the rate of one-half to,
six Inches in diameter, punch I j I can injure plants all over
holes under the entire canopy one pound per 100 square feet the neighborhood.Even .

12 Inches deep at 18-inch intervals of plantings. on calm days use low GOODPrinting

and apply three pounds of Killing Weeds I pressure-20 to 40 pounds per

a garden fertilizer in the holes. Controlling weeds with chemicals square inch-and nozzles with

Two applications per year are is easier than dancing the large openings that put out ,
recommended. One now and another twist because it takes only one coarse sprays rather than fine

in the fall. turn. This is the turn of a mists. Before using any chemi

For trees larger than six spray nozzle. cal-weed killer, insecticides or '

Inches in trunk, diameter apply Chemical weed control addsa fungicides-be sure to read and

five pounds per tree. touch of professionalism to follow the instructions on the

For azaleas, camellias, crotons the task once performed by the label.

hibiscus, gardenias, shrubs, hoe. It requires less work and Buying seedlings growing in

hedges and other ornamental little or no sweat; peat pots is a popular way to

plants, make four applicationsper But don't become overconfident get an early burst of flowers.

year. Apply one to one and In using the chemicals.This These organic pots are ideal for

one-half pounds of fertilizer to could spell doom to beau. the amateur. No planting skillis

required., You merely place

the pot containing the plant in

the flower bed. Presto, the annual OFFICE FORMS
CLASSIFIEDADS is alive and growing with. .

out the shock of transplanting. .
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Testing Way To "
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List/as. ....r this ....... are a cuts par ward sash tassrtt.a.a Remove Strontium
? seats U 1IIJaIa. chug..
FOR SALE-Itt--Inch craftsman FOR SALE-18 'ft. formica top 90 From Our Milk

jointer planer, complete with bar, $65. Tom Carmody AlA, LETTERHEADS

motor and bench. Almost new, 439.2081, Flagler Beach. 4-8-tf Scientists from the Federal

$40.. Call 439-2183. 4.8.ltc Government met with a groupof ..
COrs UPHOLSTERY BunnellFla. health officials and dairy Industry BUSINESS CARDSSTATEMENTS '
COTTAGE FURNISHED. large Hwy. 11, will pick up and representatives recentlyto

secluded lot, 2441 ,Daytona Avenue deliver all furniture free. For observe the last scheduled
Flagler Beach, $2900.00. I material and
sample prices on commercial scale test run of a
$700.00 down balance like rent. labor call 4373673. April 22-tf process that has proved capableof
Call Daytona week days after wrTHREE
removing more than 90 percent .
6 P.M., all day Saturday. Phone BEDROOM HOUSE on of radioactive strontium BILL HEADS
7670279. 4.8 highway 100 for sale. Lot 200
-ltp from milk.Observers.
by 110. Julius Powers. Phone
FOR SALE-2 bedroom furnish. 4373446. 3.25.3tc I of the test run atth'e
plant of the RULED FORMS
ed home located on 3 lots 150x Producer'sCreamery
Swing.:Mochln Serric Special Company also attend.
100 feet. Call 4373546. 4-8-ltp
Clean, Oil, and adjust. Regular ed a seminar where reports
PET FOR SALE-German Shepherd $3.95, Special $1.95. Call 2556733.: were given on technical aspectsof TICKETS: and TAGS

female, 7 months. Good Atlas Sewing Center 228 Volusia the project, Elwyn S. Homes,

home and $35.00: papers. Phone Ave., Daytona Beach, Fla. I rural civil defense coordinator

253.7525, Daytona exchange. 3.25-4tc Florida Agricultural Extension

April 8-ltp Service, says.Holmes CIRCULARSANNOUNCEMENTS
said systems are being
1 f' WANTED-Acreage and lot listings Monograms, sews many designs developed to remove radlon-

In Flagler County. Sun without attachments $34.00 Cashor uclides from milk are being developed
State Realty, Charles Trad Sales. 6 payments of $7.00 or as low so as to be availablein

man 745 Main Street, Daytona as $2.00 per week. EZ Terms.] the event of a nuclear emerge
, Beach. Phone 2555242. 4-8-3tp Call collect Day or Night 255- ency.

6733, Daytona Beach. 3.25-Itc: Present and foreseeable
5 ROOM HOUSE. garage for sale, I con.
'lot 3 lots Central Avenue to.Water 14-foot Runabout. 35 horsepower sumption of radioactive materials
In milk and other food Is
motor and trailer $225.00.
way, $10,500.00. 2 lots 50x 150,
; $1400'each. 1931 Central Avenue, Phone 439.2016, after 6 p.m. well below the level consideredby We Don't Do The MostPRINTING
y; Flagler Beach. Phone 439-2475. Feb. 25-tf Federal Radiation Coun
cil to be an acceptable daily Intake .
"April I FOR SALE Ford half ton pick. i for a lifetime under normal

CAREER up. Coy Harris, 4373367. After I peaceful conditions compatible
l' RAILROAD operators and I 6, P.M. call 4373573. 11-5-tf I with the orderly development of

r;, station agents are opening in WANTED IRONING to do at the nuclear Industry of the
most due to my United States, Holmes said.
areas heavy retirements
I promotions and livery.home reasonable.Phone ID 73669.Pick up & de I. A major purpose of the meeting But We Do Some of the Best

deaths. It qualified, you may 102441IEPT1C( was to acquaint the people
prepare at low cost for place. most directly Interested In milk

ment in one of these openings, TANK cleaning; drain processing with the status of
provided you are between 17 and fields Installed; snail ahelL'Reasonable I project, and to get their viewson

'. 28, high school graduate or, prices. Call George Ja- further work that might be

G.E.D. equivalent physically fit roz, ID 7-3410 8-1-tf. needed.

and willing to work days while: The process has proved capable .
.' CONSTIPATED? of removing more than 90
training nights. If sincerely Interested
;v In a personal Interview,'I T; prove. Figs PRUN-BVAC* Bonn eoatalniaguaas. U world'* percent of strontium 90 and Dial 4373282'The

write Railroad Training Bureau, gnvo-o-theit.luaU.. burry boat to sad moat natural strontium 89 from 100,000 poundsof

43 San Marco Ave. St. Augustine, MOODTS PHARMACYfor whole milk during each eight

stating age phone number ad. r.n.rou. FRED 1UPLR or hour test run. The resulting
I 40 UbUU for Ito. Ow 1.0..." milk has acceptable flavor and
ent occupation. 4-8-ltp old Neb ,** .
dress marital status and bacteriological standards. \ .
II I I Other studies Including economic
FOR SALE-FIll dirt. Call 437- JOHNSTON'SrLAGLEH costs have not been com-

3768, Raymond. 4-8-4tp BEACH REALTY CO pleted.

LOST one large hound dog,
black and tan with brown and ACREAGE PETERSON TEXACO .

r blue spots, on legs, lost In the SERVICE
1M na for your real Mtat needs
'. '0, vicinity of Volusla-Flagler ooun- Office Phone HE 9-2342 ROAD SERVICE I Flagler Tribune
ty line. No collar on dog. In
', Residence Phone ID 7-3691 Light Mechanical Work
..- Flagler call 439-2304. In Ormond
I or TD 7-3517 Phone 4374441 Bunsen
Beach call 6775493. 4.8-lti c ,



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Annual ReportOf I Be on LookoutFor ., :
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Florida Power I.:I Unfamiliar WE GIVE METTS Quantity Reserved Rights

Co. Work of Art Pests on Plants ..M
The story of Florida's magic Homeowners and farmers are
appeal and amazing progress urged by the U. S. Departmentof Prices Good

will be carried to every state In Agriculture to keep a sharp I I VALUE SUPER MARKET Thurs.. Fri., Sat.,
the Union and many foreign lookout for any unusual Insect :
countries by a colorful new publication damage to crops, ornamentals, STAMPS Aprif8 Mon.
off the or trees. 9,10,12FLA.
Just press.
I Phone 437-3201 103 S. Railroad St. ;
Such damage should be re
Florida Power & Light Com
I ported at once to county agri lt
pany's 1964\ Annual Report-
cultural agents or State or
sporting a cover that invites the eral entomologists. It could GRADE, "A" (Dressed & Drawn) WHOLE
reader to "Explore Florida"-is I ,
mean that a new foreign pest
in the mall this week to more
I has sneaked past our quaran J
than 40,000 people all across the.
tine barriers, or that a native
land who own shares In the i.
I. Insect is building up to danger.
electric utility. Jim Brog-
ous proportions says
Keyed to FP&L's year-round don, entomologist Florida Agricultural FRYERSlb28FAMILY
program of boosting Florida, the: Extension Service.In .
14-page publication helps "sell"I support of a nationwide
the state wherever it goes. It program to "Stop pests before
is Illustrated with brilliant col. they start," State and Federal
or photos of Floridians at work Governments are cooperating to '
and play, and looks more likea find and stamp out dangerous : pkg. Cut-Up 5 lb. bag $1.69 -,!
popular picture magazinethan Insect enemies, whether nativeor ; t
a corporation report. The imported, before they cause ,,
presentation is designed to extensive damage and require END CUT .,,'
and widespread control efforts.
dramatize Florida's appeal
phenomenal growth. Brogdon stresses the important

"In 1964, Florida's amazing ers In part discovering played by new homeown Insect Pork Chops 2 Ibs 69FLAVOR

vitality set the pace for new enemies. For, example It wasa
gains in all layers of the state'sprospering Florida homeowner's curiosity
three-ply economy, about the larvae he found In
says FP&L Board Chairman Me grapefruit that triggered the
Gregor Smith In his message to successful campaign In 1956! AGED (U. S. Choice) (JUICY DELICIOUS) '
stockholders. "Tourism was at the destructive Mediterranean '
'an all-time high, Industry chalk. fruit fly.
ed up rapid expansion and ag Since this pest was eradicatedat RIB ROAST lb. 79'Lean "
riculture harvested Its biggest a cost of about $10 mil.
... total cash income In history. In lion continuous surveillancehas .
fact, by most any measure you been maintained. Small In.
might choose, our state's progress festations In 1962 and 1963 were i
and economic "strength are quickly eradicated. In 1964, Juicy TenderCUBE Juicy
strikingly apparent. only a single male medfly was I
In the leading feature head. caught, and no control opera. i
lined "Florida..Its Magic Ap. tion was needed. STEAK Ib 89't.T STEW Ib 69
Deal Nourishes a Thriving Economy I
," the state's growth storyis -

detailed. Industry, agriculture cent, an increase of 320 percent World's BestGROUND U. S. Choice (Flavor Aged)
and Florida's wealth of na during the past decade.
tural and manmade attractionsare With a $90.7 million expansion '
portrayed with a splash of budget-the biggest In the com BEEF 2 ,Iba 89' SHORT RIBS49'
color photos. pany's history-FP&L put Into ;
Other companies play up their service a new 425,000 kilowatt
products In their annual reports, generating unit at the Port Everglades
but Florida is the "product" Plant while pushing 26
FP&L is promoting.The construction of four other units. oz. MAXWELL HOUSE :
report is being mailed The record-breaking budget H.ndS GAih. MiA
out magazine-style without an boosted to $64&9) million the
envelope to attract Increased sum spent for construction during COFFEE I
attention. This Is not uncommon the past 10 years alone.
today, but FPAL pioneeredthe Stockholders were Informed o
technique a number of years that the company Is planningfor 5 Ib 38 26 01.1F Tin Lb.: 58'OR '
back when it was standard pro. future InsUlation of two ,
cedure to mail annual reports In nuclear units at Turkey Point, Limit 1 with purchase of Limit 1 with purchase of l'
envelopes.The a new plant site In South Dade $5.00 or more food order. $5.00 or more food order.
report presents an Inform. County. Combined with proposed OR YOUR CHOICE

al and an easy-to-read typo conventional units, capacity of FOLGER'S INSTANT
graphical presentation. It should the Turkey Point Plant eventually Argo / Can (Limit 5 Please)
prove as appealing to the average ] will total 4,000,00 kilowatts. $ oo 6 Oz.
reader as to the analyst! The report also points out that TUNA Light Chunk 5 cans 1 Jar 69''
checking statistics and business more efficient operating methods
activity. and lower income tax rates H. C. Flavor (Big 46 oz. Cans) (Limit 3 Please) .
With FP&L serving prime made! It possible to reduce rates Limit 1 of your choice
growth areas of the state, theReport by almost $14 million during the DRINKS 3 cans 880 with purchase of $5.00 or
notes that Florida's prog past 12 months. It explains that wore food order.
ress Is vividly reflected by the the amount per kilowatt paid by Sunlit. 303 Can ,(Limit 8 Please)
expansion of Florida Power ALight residential customers Is now almost *
TOMATOESShurfine 8 IOOKraft
a third less than eight can 6 oz. Jar
Indicative of the state's growthare years ago, and half of what It i
figures showing that FPAL was 25 years ago. 303 Can MUSTARDFresh
last year added new customers FRUIT COCKTAIL 4 canIOO ge
at, the rate of 3,600 per month.At f- .-.. : ..v "MIJl ........-- '1jj ..07-.1 _&...J-r- .'
the same time, the company'sgenerating I RENEW YOUR -
capability was In.
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FLAGLER BEACH PTA TO Tribute of Respect to 1,1, 'I" '.
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regular meeting of the Whereas, Letty Miller has answered I
Flagler Beach Parent-Teacher the call of the Almighty
Association which was plannedfor loosened her earthly life and
Thursday, Friday, Saturday
last Tuesday night was passed on into the Great Life
April 8, 9, 10, 1965 RESERVED
postponed until next Tuesday, Everlasting.
April 13 at 7:30 P.M. The pro. Therefore, be it resolved that I .
gram will be the fifth and sixth Bunnell Chapter No. 93 Order of I OUR STEAKS ARE CUT' FROM "U. S. CHOICE GRADE BEEF NATURALLY
grade students folk dancing under Eastern Star has lost a loved AGED GUARANTEED TENDER.
direction of Mrs. Daisy W. member. The lessons of faith,
Moody.The nominating com trust and hope taught by our
mittee will present their slate Order was shown in her daily
of new officers for election during life. We extend to her familyour RIB OR SIRLOIN STEAK rb 89
the meeting.Announcement. deepest sympathy and pray .
God will comfort them.
Therefore, be it resolved that QUICK FROZEN PALM RIVER '
has been madeof a copy of roselutions be spread JIFFY PK OF 6 SLICED
the marriage of Clarence M. on the minutes of our Chapteras
Shultz and Mrs. Inez Crenshaw, a tribute of respect and thata '
I 59' BACON Ib 53'
both of Flagler'Beach.They copy be sent to the Flagler
are now at home at 1508 Tribune for' publication and the '
South Central Avenue, Flagler original to her bereaved ones. LYKES
Beach. A Mediterranean cruiseis Respectfuly submitted
planned for the late summer. Wilma J. Brock PAC. 12 oz. pkg. PURE PORK

METHODIST CHURCH Helen Wanda B.W.Sullivan.Mercer FRANKS 3-T SAUSAGE 1b49'

Church school time is 9:45A. :
Tribute of Respect to
.M. and morning worship is at
Homer Brooks
11 o'clock with Rev. Reynold N.
Hoover,. minister. I Whereas, the Almighty All MAXWELL, HOUSE, FOLGERS HERSHEY'S
The following special services' Wise Worthy Patron of the Universe OR
will be during Holy Week: has sounded his gavel of CHASE & SANBORN SUGAR
11 i Tuesday, April 13, with special death in the Celestial East, sum
music by the chapel choir. moning our beloved Brother COFFEE
j, Wednesday, April 14, with special Brooks to his eternal home. .5 Bag 39 with $5.00'
'music by the senior choir. Therefore, be it resolved by order
Thursday, April 15, Maundy Bunnell Chapter No. 93, Orderof 1 Lb. 0 OR
Thursday Communion Service. the Eastern Star'that the loss Can 59'Limit '
Friday, April 16, special Good of Brother Homer Brooks has tb
Friday Service, "It Is My God." brought us great sorrow. The 5 Bag 29" with
1 of
All these service will be in lessons of honor faith and love your choice with $5.00 or $10.00 order
tthe church building and will taught: by the heroines of our more food order LIMIT 1 ONLY WITH FOOD ORDER
begin at 7:30: each evening. Order were exemplified in his
ife. We extend to his loved ones

Y COMMUNITY CHURCH our heartfelt sympathy and pray 46 oz. HI "C" ALL FLAVORS SHURFINE LARGE CANS
, Sunday school is at 9:45: A.M. that our Savour will comfort
( with classes for all ages. Morning them. FRUIT EVAPORATED
i worship is at 11 o'clock with Therefore be it resolved thata
, Rev. R. W. Dickert, pastor. : copy of these resolutions be DRINK 3 for 89'
The Ladles Guild will servea spread on the minutes of our 7-89'!
chicken dinner tonight (Thursday Order as a tribute of respect anda
April 8) in Fellowship Hall. copy to the Flagler Tribunefor
All members and friends are publication and the original I
Squat ((23 oz.) BUSH SHOWBOAT % Size ARGO
invited to attend. sent to his wife and family.
Sermon topic for Sunday is Respectfuly submitted SWEET LIGHT CHUNK
"Duties for the Children of God Wilma,J. Brock
In the Seven Sayings on the Wanda W. Mercer '
I, Cross." f Helen B. Sullivan. POTATOES 4 for 89 TUNA 4 for 89

BAPTIST CHURCH To Our Friends and Neighbors i
Sunday school is at 9:45: A.M. I would like to thank each one '
and morning worship is at 11 of you for your kind thoughtsand CAMPBELL'STOMATO
I o'clock with Rex. Max Hall, pas deeds extended ,to Josephand
tor. Training.Union is at 6 P.M. I on the recent loss of our TOMATOES 7 for 89
I and evening worship at 7:30.: loved one. I would like to thank
The Easter Sunrise Service each of you in person but since SOUP 8 for 89
which is a combined service for that is not possible please accept
all three churches in Flagler this as a million thanksto
Beach, will be at the Baptist each and may God bless and FROZEN FOODS Limit 8 Please
Church this year at 6 Easter watch over you. I also want to
morning. Rev. Max Hall will thank the drivers of Mitchell 16 oz. MRS. SMITH'S
deliver the sermon and will be Transport for the courtesy and CREAM
: assisted in the service by'Rev. respect shown our loved one on FRESH PRODUCE _
Reynold Hoover and Rev. R. W the highway to her final resting

Dickert. I place.Rufus Miller and son PIES 2 for89 KENTUCKY WONDER

Compared to the costs of tick Joseph M. Miller.
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1 Merchants! with coupon & purchase
>of (1)) 1 Ib Bag Gingham*
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Delta Kappa Gamma Adult Girl Scout
Meets in Flagler I Workshop Set For

Beach Saturday Friday Morning

Members of the Delta }{apps'I A workshop for all adults 50 ::
Gamma Hononary Teachers I working with or Interested In
rority held their spring So-I the Girl Scout Movement In \ '
ing at the Flagler Woman's Flagler County are Invited to a with coupon & purchase* I
Club Building April 3. They began I Workshop on Friday morning, of Any Frozen Serve Rite<
with coffee at 10 o'clock April 9, at 10:30 at the Flagler LIVE LIKE A QUEEN-SAVE PIZZA
and continued with a luncheonand Woman's Club Building In Flag. Coupon Void i After
business meeting. ler Beach ... MERCHANTS GREEN Sunday, April 11, 1965
Guest speaker for the event Miss Dorothy Kirkpatrick, Citrus -
was Mrs. Frank Reynolds of Council's new Executive DI- vw.
Flagler Beach who related many rector and Mrs. Elsie Gallagher,
new district chairman, will M.e Ard. M.RA wb M.aw11 .
of her experiences as a teacher 50 100 50
in a Honduras school. She also I duct the meeting. ,,,.
described conditions as she saw *"
them in Guatamala and Peru. BAND PARENTS with coupon & purchase with coupon & purchase* 'with coupon & purchase
Chapter President Kittle Mae MET THURSDAY of (1) 59c pkg. Lay's >of ((1) 34 Qt. Stero Foam* of (1) Giant Size Jar <
Taylor of Mt. Dora, heard an-I The Bunnell School Band Par. POTATO CHIPS ICE CHEST Upton's Instant Tea
nual reports from committee ents Association met Thursday Coupon Void After Coupon Void After Coupon Void After
f chairmen. Mrs. Emma Gillespie I evening with Vice President Sunday, April 11, 1965 Sunday, April 11, 1965 Sunday, April 11, 1965U.
of Leesburg gave a report on Freda Deen presiding. Plans
boxes of magazines and litera- were made for the Annual
ture sent to CARE. Spring Concert which will be
Mrs. Martha Sheldon, New held April 23 in the gym at 8 S. D. A. CHOICE BEEF SALE ,
Smyrna Beach, submitted the oclock P. M.Tentative "
financial statement; Mrs. Boyd plans were also CHUCK ROAST lb. 39
Coleman. membership chairman, made to attend the State Band
submitted her report on balloting Contest In Daytona Beach on
for filling the two existing April 2930.
vacancies on the membershiproster. Uniform committee reportedon lb. *
I their meeting with a uniform CHUCK STEAK I 49

Serving for the hospitality I company recently. They .
committee for the coffee and[said they have selected a uniform
luncheon were the local members -, style which will be made
.. Mrs. Myrtle Rice Mrs. Em- up and presented at the May BRISKET STEW 3lbs.100Copeland's
ma Murray Mrs. Frances Wads- meeting of the association for
worth and Mrs. Hazel Holland. its approval. It will be green
Assisting them in entertain- and white. The committee Is

: ing the visiting members were composed of parents, adults and 12 oz. pkg. ALL MEAT
Mrs. Nana Hllsenbock, soloist, band members.
Lean Western
and Mrs. Helen Creal, pianist. I A nominating committee com
I posed of Ethel McMillan Julia iifps FRANKS 3Copeland's Pk.1OO!

IDLEWOOD CLUB Stanish, and Lola Mae Parker
.TO MEET WITH will present a slate of officers at

The Idlewood Club will meet Howard Taylor visited In Fort 3 Ibl $100 SAUSAGE 59' I
Tuesday evening with Daisy Pierce during the past weekend
''i Moody. The president. Peggy with his parents, Mr. and Mrs.
King, will preside at the meet Howard Taylor, and his maternal 1
Van Camps No. 300 Can '
ing.They I uncle, Herbert Fultz who It
will hold a rummage' currently residing with the Tay. PORK BEANS Can 100 CRISCO I '
sale this Saturday on city prop- Ion. Ills father and uncle are !
, erty near the city hall. both seriously 111.
Gingham Girl BUTTERMILK 81A' oz. pkg. j 9
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A. M. (Duke) McDaniel entered PANCAKE MIX pk. fOe 3 Tin Ib 68C .
Bunnell Theatre Bay Pines Veterans Hospital 1
in St. Petersburg Saturday for Hi C 46 Can FRUIT PUNCH
FRIDAY & SATURDAY Limit 1 with $5.00 or more food order
eye treatment. He was accom GRAPEADE, ORANGEADE Mix or Match
Recommended For The panled to St. Petersburg by his
Entire Family! son and daughter In law, Mr. DRINK 3 ,89e 4 Qt Stero Foam
00 and Mrs. M. B. McDaniel, and
o o Mrs. J. C. Hall, who returned ICE BUCKET Each 39c
home .
; Saturday evening.Rev. HERSHEYS
and Mrs. Howard Porter
AJ.as W. tUaL SUGAR Joe Crain' Fresh Fla.
were business visitors In St. Grade "A" SMALL

Se..... Petersburg Tuesday and Wed. EGGS 3 '!
nesday. 538c>> Dos
)fro and Mrs. Cordon Walker FROZEN FOODS _
Limit 1 with $5.00 food order
or more
and Janet of Wildwood visited Armour's Boneless. 2 Ib 6 oz.
here during the past weekend
with Mrs. Daisy Walker and TURKEY ROAST '3*"
Miss Lucille Walker. FRESH PRODUCE -

Golden RipeBANANAS
Mrs. Pauline Hoe of Jackson
vine visited here the past week. tb fOe GIANT SIZE
SUNDAY MONDAY end with her mother, Mrs. Daisy


THE FUST Mrs. Louise Bun has as her IOC
guests her sister In law, Mrs. S8e
I Jessie Wlllamson of Twin City, 1 Ib Cello Size
TA'Mk. Georgia. Limit 1 with $5.00 or mood order
i Ula Allen who was InjuredIn CARROTS lit.. 7*
an automobile accident several -
ooml f weeks ago Is now at the
home of her parents, Mr. and
Mrs. George Allen, Jr. on East
t.--.,--. Moody Blvd. She will be confined -
to bed for tome time yetMrs.
T. E. Holden and Mrs.
JA.IIU..I TJtf:FUKXrTttEUMMUH M. B. Fuller were In St. Augus STORE
tine Saturday where they attend 111
.Aml UTE ed a brunch at the home of Dr.
and Mrs. Reddln Britt The affair -
In order for all children 1111
was honoring Mrs. Brltt's Phone 4370227
to see this we will Open mother, Mrs. Lunsford. who eel OPEN SUNDAYS US. No. 1 BUNNELL
at 4:45.
Sunday ebrated her 95th birthday anniversary 8)00 a.m1 t00 p.m.
at 5 7 9
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i with loudspeakers blaring twist in earnest. After World War II, vast crops Is eaten directly. Versatile corn goes Into paints
Corn Is Crop 'I'I
!":, Top I I music* Gershwin's MRaphsody In hybrids were introduced on a Some 85 percent stays right on and pipe bowls, soaps, salad oil,

World Blue," and other selections dur large scale in Europe, Asia, and the farm to feed livestock and paper, matches, margarine, hair-

:' Around The i ir' ing the growing season. Though Africa. I I I poultry The remainder movesto waving preparations, vinegar,

Corn-not cotton-Is king: experts were skeptical, the agronomist 1 Though corn Is an important Industries for processing into cheese, chewing gum, bay rum,

nowadays. The prolific yellow, reported a higher yield j I item In the human diet, only I hundreds of food and other and face -powder.IN .

r. grain annually yields more in the test .area. !! a small portion of the world's I products.

a r wealth than all the silver, gold, The growing volume of golden I TilE JUDICIAL CIRCUIT COURT CIRCUIT, SEVENTH IIVAND .

,. coal, and Iron produced In' the ears' spilling from the! FOIL KLAULEIl COUNTY
United States. world's cornucopia has been ] CRYSTAL a: :MAYES.Plaintiff
: ,
' Annual harvests regularly exceed largely the result of hybrid] 24 HourWrecker .

three billion bushels, and corn. Hybrid com is obtained Service WALTER J.sMATES.Defendant.: .

by Inbreeding selected strains to I NOTICE: TO APFKAII
In 1963 farmers brought In a THE FLORIDA. TO:
billion. develop desirable qualities, then WALTER J. MATES
record of four I
crop I crossing the strains. Often two' Flagler Truck & Tractor CO. li&hway.1206 Main New Street Jersey

Though a native American : hybrids are interbred to create You are hereby notified that a
Butt for divorce ha been filed
grain, corn Is more widely cultivated ] what is called-In the best I MASSEY-FERGUSON against you In the above entitled

around the world than sense of the word-a double cause and you are hereby requiredto
Grove. Farm. Industrial Equipment serve upon Plaintiff Attorney
any other crop, ,the National cross. I whose name and address appear.
r Geographic Society VIRGIL DECKER Phone ID 7-3242 hereon your written defense If
says. any. to the Bill of Complaint IneaIJ
Most hybrids are sturdy suit, on or before the Srd day
Com flourishes from Canada enough to be picked by ma Owner Bunnell, Florida of May. 1965 ,else decree pro con
fes. will be entered against
o TOU.
r to China, from Italy to India. chine, can be adapted to different WITNESS my hand an sealof
thrives below aid Court this 30th day of March.
i The plant sea growing seasons, and can .. . .. .. . . .. .,, .,, .
A. D. 1965.
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f level on the Caspian Plain and "" -" """ "" "" "" "" SEAL A.
be made resistant to diseases. ( ) Clerk of said Court
r as high as 12,000 feet in the FOR ALL HOURS-DAY OR NIGHT By Julia R. Harvey
, Peruvian Andes. The hardy Unlike other cereals, corn can Deputy Clerk
W L. Wadaworth
stalks adapt to less than ten not grow wild. The highly P. O. Box 89tBunnell.

Inches of annual rain on the specialized tall grass Is depend. AMBULANCE Attorney, Florida for Plaintiff.

semiarid plains of Russia} and I ent on man for survival. SERVICE PHONE VAlley 4 1625 April

withstand the 200 inches that : American Indians, who cultivated IV TILE CIRCUIT COI'RT OF'FI.AGI.i.It
flood the Hindustan tropics. corn long before Europeans IV: CIIANCKHV COUNTY NO. B03O fr'LOItlUA

Fanners using more and bet. arrived, did not try to Never be hesitant about calling a Garcia Ambulance. We D. KEMP OAHVIN. JIL
ter machinery, fertilizers, and develop hybrids. Keeping strains are always at your service with promptness safety andexperience v..
pesticides have made matter of almost re LINDA SPELTA OARVIN
corn prob. pure was a :" Defendant
ably the most productive of all ligious significance among some NOTICE! TO DKKKNU:

grains in terms of man-hours tribes, notably the HopI. Equipped With Oxygen Resusitator and .Inhalator THE LINDA STATE OFTFLORIDA.IN:

per bushel. Spreads Quickly S822 MOM Tennessee Rose Drive
One agronomist >even gave Many American farmers accidentally r: Garcia Funeral HomeP. You are hereby notified that a
suit has been filed against you In
his corn music to grow by To or deliberately cr the above entitled cause; and you
see if corn might be affectedby I ed corn, but it was not E. GARCIA, Licensed Funeral Directors are hereby required to file your answer
ss.1 with the Clerk of this Court
sound, the enthusiastic experlmentalist early'In the 20th century LADY ASSISTANT and to serve a copy thereof upon

, set up test plots scientific crossing of corn began ;:."...."..I'J.JJ...",}'..!",?..".".J'/J-';..........J"......... .r........."tI'..OJ".or....... whose the plaintiff name or and plaintiff address Is attorney: ,
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------- -- ALFRBD J: HAWKINS
121 South Kldgewood Avenue
Daytona Beach. Floridanot
later than May 3rd. A. D. WJ.
If you fall to do so. decree pro
I. confesso will be entered against
you for the relief demanded in the
bill of complaint. The nature of
said suit being for divorce.
WITNESS my hand and seal of
: Brown Brown said Court this 30th day. of March
t ; : & inc I A. I). 1906.Otllclal .
: : ( Beat) E. A. flIIYTHE
Clerk of said Circuit Court
, By Julia R. Harvey
Deputy Clerk
: April 1.8.1I-U--4to

/,. CAGE! NO.INllrrihTJi .
; : : of
H'.I" '; ) ; .el
} \ t : C'LKOO. 1)ee.s
'f NOTICE TO ('It5DITO1t5All
Beach FloridaAnnounce creditor of the estate of
A:} Daytona HARRY tLKUO. deceased, are
I any hereby claim notified or demand and required htOthft ;

'I I may have against said estate In
I. the office of the county Judge of
Fierier County. Florida In the
courthouse at Dunne!!. Florida.
of within six calendar month from
the date of the first publication
of this notice. Each claim or demand >
,. must be In writing and must
tate the place of residence and
post-omce address of the claimant
,ii H. T. Cook Insurance Agency and must be sworn to by the
claimant his agent, or his attorney.
or It will become void according
to law.

Of Bunnell Florida March JOHN 11th.A.WJ.CLEOOFIeeeutor ,
/v. of the Estate of
.I''.'", "" ,"" 'j';'IA.!,.,t";. ," f.: .'1'..'....,'- First HARRY publrratlon ri.EOO.on March Deceased lith.

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;, : .,: ,, { I*Your Insurance Needs Will Be Promptly and "P r;', ,,;' IV ..ANn.H FLORIDA NO.FOR FIACKH I.* ntODATE.CA for e.TY ..

\ IN UK- Estate of

j' /' ', / : r Courteously( Handled' ..;ttI1 '\ IIARRT NOTICR CLKOO.or rnoniTR Deceased

To All Person Interested In the

t :' : \ A direct 'TOLL FREE telephone has been '"' )"'; Estate written You are of Instrument Paid hereby Decedent notified purporting that to ft

be the ,Ia.tIII and testament ef
t ,, 'wr J. said decedent has been admitted
Bunnell for
in office in
: our to probate In this court. You are
4 '... .' hereby commanded within sli calendar
I month from the date of
: "Prompt Personalized Service" the first publication of this notice
: I; to appear In this court and show
." cause If any you can why theaction
I of this court In admittingaid
; Dial 437-3394 .' will to probate should not
,I A1i. t : .1. \ ) stand unrevoked.T. .

., ;' ,; *.. :' Bea Walters can"be reached at this'number.. tom ,ft'14fV'! County County. K. KNIQHT.Judge.Floridarirst Flatter.

I. '..... ,''' But IU atkvn March M. 156$.
'j' : -jv March H April 1-l-lt-4teiv
_ : serve you as she has in the past
: ':. THK rinciTr cornr or
':-:. ; OLAUT8 MUU11AT,
L FUlntlff.WEXTWORTli .

!- Mrs.hDca Walters will be associated with' Defendant
R.." Brown & Brown, Inc., 118 Vol sla' Ave.. ', J. ADRIAN BROWN THE fTTATK OF FlS M.)KIl MUllRAT>A, TOWKNTWORTII ,

P. O. Box 1712 ; whose pot orBee and

Dayt6na Beach, Authorized Agents For HYATT BROWN C.P.C.U. You residence unknown. address are
are hereby notified that a
suit hasbeen filed against TOM la
AETNA CASUALTY & SURETY CO. the above entitled
raw**; and yenare
JOHN T. BROADWATER hereby required to file your aa-
CONTINENTAL answer with the Clerk of this Court,
and to serve a ropy thereof upon
r .J-
: EMPLOYERS GROUP OF BOSTON the plaintiff or Plaintiff attorney,
whoee name and address Is;

: : PROVIDENT LIFE & ACCIDENT 141 Holly Uurlelgh Hill. Florida Avenue

\ not later thai April 11th. A D. 1961.
, JOHN C. MEYERS If you fall to io 110. decree pro
TRANSAMERICA INSURANCE GROUP confeuo will be entered against
t you for the relief demanded la the
HOMES INC. bill of complaint The nature ef
, -' DAVID S. LUKE said suit being for dlvorre.
WITNESS 1ft"1 ef
., aid Court this Kth day of March
A. fx ISIS.Odlclal .
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Cleric of Bald Circuit Court
By Julia It ItarreyMarch
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Telephone InventorThe a unit of quantity for certain glass and radiates, by sound's I2..5a A Tear In Adronc
radioactive atoms. standards, the great power of To. Be ConductedAre S 4Y1 "

one watt. The feat is
slim list of scientists Voice Power Is Weak spectacular you well nourished? ,
but a slight tap with a CommunityMemorial
whose names have become English Sound is an invisible, intangible small hammer would have This question will soon be an

words numbers Dr. Alex. and extremely impotent smashed the glass too. swered by the U. S. Dept. of Ag Church .

ander Graham Bell. force, thus sound waves long riculture, The department is ............ ........ .

The words Dei and decibel defied precise measurement. In Early telephone engineers now making an important sur I. AIR CONDITIONED

used as units of measuring terms of sheer power, the sound found that the loudness of a vey to study the eating habitsof I Dayton AT.. j

sound, honor the telephone In. coming from a person's mouthIn voice transmitted by wire de. 15,000 American households, I

ventor, the, National Geographic normal conversation is equal creased rapidly with each mile More than 13,000 individuals I FLAGLER BEACH

Society says. In the course of to only about one hundred. of cable. Hence, lengths of within these households will be I Sunday School 10:00 A. M.

an ordinary day, a person may thousandth of a watt. cable came to be used as meas. Interviewed in depth. Church Service 11:00 A.M.

hear sounds ranging from a By shouting, a person can Increase ures of transmission. This survey will point up nu. R.Y.. OICKBRT!: Paat.rBVRRYUNIS '

faint whisper 15 decibels, up to one hundredfold the vol. Whenever englners produced tritional adequacy of representative TVKLCOUB I
a thunderclap of 110 decibels. ume of sound coming from his new and improved receiver the t Americans and will assist

Similar words taken from mouth, yet he has increased the : in developing consumer educational
practice was to report that It -
proper names are watt (Sir power to not more than a thousandth .. programs. NOTICK nV INTKNTIO TO A"'.
was, say, "three miles better"than I"'." TO TIIH KM1IUI1A TATM '
James Watt), farad (Michael of a watt. A powerful the old In According to current nutrition lMI.ATt'HK' OK I..." MOIL TIIK
one. the ..
al research, the greatest concern
enlgneers adopted the term TlONl
today is the prevention of obes TO WHOM IT MAT mNt""F.nN:
"transmission unit, which is NOTICE 1$ HUUKUr O1VKN of
independent of frequency.But ity and iron deficiency anemia. ; the Intention to apply to the I*>Kla. ,I
Obesity can be a problem at any lature of the 8tatn of Florid* at
its regular Mlon I In the year ISIS
v\ ttGU this was like calling a age, the nutritionists point out. for the paunKn of a, apecUl or lo*
unit of the cat bill or law, the cubvtanc of
weight a "weight unIt"Instead Unless a person Is among I contemplated Uw la an act

1 dee tjOWLd.Gcto't of pound or gram. In minority having a glandular to hn".n Chapter 11.1:3/. as amend
. time, the engineers decided to imbalance, obesity Is basicallya of i"h.hhethe"n" beln" "An Art

... use Dr. Bell's name to "do honor problem of eating more calories to of the Preiient Town MunicipalGovernment of Flat.l.r .

in an enduring manner to than are needed. Planningand i Heach, C 3tro FUvler I nt' .

6tinq lJOUJIp'rtJddpttott, the inventor of the telephone." consuming a nutritionally of tablUh Florida a ,New: Municipality Create to K b.*-

To avoid the obvious confusionof adequate menu will present the Known aa the City of FlaitUrlUach.
FUirter bunt Florida, "byamending
sound measurements with a problem of Iron deficiency Article S, section; I there
bell that of .(> aa to provide that no a.-
t6-- rings, the final letter anemia.It eiament for local Impruvement

.. of Dr. Bell's name was dropped.A is suggested that one fun. may b* paid In I Installment* If Mid .
Gtt'J)1tuq bel was made equal to ten damental way to assure nutritional I.tthan Twenty ($30.00)I3ollara*: ,

transmission units. By addingthe health is to follow the and repealing providing law when In conflict thl law herewith shall;( 1

Latin prefix for "atenth," simple guides' nutritionists referto take effect. \i

a 'tenth of a bel became a deci as the Basic Four. The Basic Date VIUniNtA: April B'I. IMS 811 ,.1.IVAN,

Four recommends for each per. Clerk City of Flaitler Beach'
bel.The April l-ltc
437-3325 BUNNELL new unit and terminology son t 2 or more glasses of milk; __ -, .-

were approved in 1928 by the 2 or more servings of meat, fish, I I'l.V NOTIfM TO TIIK 011' 114TMr111tf KI.OIllltA TO"TATM Al'-

Comlte Consultalf Internationale poultry, or eggs; 4 or more serve I.KUIll.ATl'IIM OK IIM11'on TIIM
des Communications a Grande ings of fruits, vegetables one TliY
Distance ( another TO WHOM IT MAT PONCKUN:
International Advisory in the citrus group and NOTION IH II..Wa<:lIY' OIVKN of
Committee on Long Distance in the dark green leafy family; the Intention to apply to'th*" l of the Htat of Florida at
Telephony), and 4 or more servings of breads Its regular Ion In the &

OUR INSURANCE AGENCY Ear !. Versatile and cereals, either whole grain cal for the bill pa or.*ava law,of the a .ubitanr rr.ar". lo of*

Acoustical research has shown -enriched or restored. which contemplated Uw I I. an art
to amend Chapter. 'J-U34, a. amend
IS PLEASED TO ANNOUNCE THATIT that the ear Is an extremely TO A1'1'I.Y "(I. l.nw* or Florida, special ACI*
sensitive and versatile Instrument NOTICH OK INTENTION 14'1.1."TATF1: of 1M1. the acme l>eln. "An Act
TO TMM l(, Abolish the I'renent Munlnlpallovernment
Normally, It can hear a 1.tUI""ATIJ ItN I.IUAL" LIIUIIU.'on ( of the Town of "'1..*

NOW REPRESENTS THE sound of only .00000000000000000)) )()()( () :I To'wilOM>A:""AUM OK CONCHRNt of I... Florida leach! ,County and to of Create Flatter and, IIt"t8 F:.-
(point 17 N.w Municipality to b.. I
ciphers-one) horse NOTieU 18 IlttllBlir LIVEN: ofIhe t-bllih a
Known the of Flatterlieach
a* City
I power. This barely audible Intention to apply of to )the Florid M> at FUirler County Florida.. by
sound became the benchmark, hi r..ular ...Ion In the rear ItISfor amending Article I. Hectlon 4 there
of *n a. lo provide I for a quallfv
Glens Falls Insurance Co. or "sea level" for comparing f th bill* pai or.*law i* of th** 'iub P"5>(.tane l or* 10 of: lot fee to b* paid by all candle .
I ate In municipal' election I of airottthe !
found intensities; thus Is 0 decibel law I* an .:
to"imnd .m.n4.
Chapter 11.1111. M l.ct.dfpu.ilion they
.. At the other extreme 1'p.t'ldot.* which
the Florid* I
cd, alb. ...11: repealing law In ronrtict
ear can tolerate sounds about ?o IMJ.Abollih h.t,,aam* l'r.* beln.nt* in"t'; Aft herewith shall and provldlnf when thl*
law talc effect.
ten million million times greater Uovf.rnm.nt of the Town of Vlaf-
: April
This Connection Gives Us FacilitiesTo 130 dl"clbela-at the thresh. of ler Florida."..rh. County and to of reate Flatter.and E.Known '- VIIUIINIA City t.of NULLIVANClark Flatter heath

old of pain.Measuring. a N.w Municipality to b. April 'Ito
a. the City of "Ialfl.rlI"uhl % _
Write Multiple Lines of Insurance I sound Is tricky rutltr County Florida. 'bram.nQlnlC l'f TRIM ( Ill*:ITIT' '
: Each Increase of 10 decibels provide, BeoUon for the Ith.r.of K.TH JI'IIH'IAL' .' : :'ll""lQr
*o a to AKII" bolt KLAdLK.lt COI'NTV' ,
multiplies the sound tenfold. publication of Notfc of In.on.Ioii KLOIIIIIA H "' 1411: :'" NO.IMM4 .

With A Company of Outstanding I Thus 40 decibels is not twice .* to provldlnt Contract for lnK th. .method cM of and WOOOOj plo; CITY or FI.AOI.Km TIMACH. a

much sound 20 of publication of uch Notlca r.- municipal corporation ..al.llnKund.r .
a* decibels, buta
.. conflict !
lawn In the law of Ih. Ml*!* of
hundred times more. A logsrithmic providing wh.n thU Uw .hall Florida. Flatter County, rlorda. *

Reputation Since 1849. rather than a absolute take *.!.ff.ct.let. April. I. IMIVIIUIINIA Malnllff,
measure 1
suitable because .y.
the lUach.
(,.,Ic. City of flaiW Certain land. upon which op-
louder the sound the bigger an April lltoNOTHK vial' eaaeaam.nte are d.'inqu.nl| '\
Increase within th* municipality' of
must be for
ear to OK isrrmmin TO AS' Flatter I ..t'h. Florida,
detect any change. ftofendant.
The minimum sound a person HAft AUH UK LOCAL 1.tcU.A. IN TIM NAMK OF TIIM HTATH.

Flagler County I can 'hear outdoors is about 10 TO T/ON:WHOM. IB'HBIIRDT" ) ( pnN: : OF TO) rUHUDAC MOOpY$ COMPANY, flatter
I dedble A quiet whisper at Nonriciei OIVEN pearl ,,orldaItUT'j
t.f ftJ .toll apply 0\0\ the lft> M. IIItA WT, Flatter
five feet I is about 15; ordinary .1 Salute lh Florida, at llearh. FloridaALVIN
I !!. regular ...Ion In Ih. year ISIS It,
MIMMINNM. flatter
I conversation
Insurance Inc. at three feet 1 CO
Agency ; th* of a ip cUI or lo lieach Florida vIIKIIKA
a lion's roar at 18 feet 85; a eat f bill P.t::, th. lubctanr of JEAN MirwiNNK,
which contemplated Uw la an acttoamendCbapteMI.IIII. Flatter lieach. Florida
boiler factory 105: ; an airplane : a* ).mend, u'S.u.l F MIMMINNM.. FlatUr ,
piston engine at 18 feet .d, Law of Florida. "'''1'1.1 Artaof lieach. Florida ?
perhaps ISIS. Ih. .m. b.lnt "An Act VICTOIUA ANNE MIHrtlNNK.
Your Independent Insurance Agency 120.Acoustlcs. to Abolish th* Pre.enl Municipallovernment Flatter I heath FjorMa'
( of n'ol..i.'It: Flat* II W. IJNUMAYSu.hn.lt,
engineers would Ur Itoach. (' Ntaoof FloridaTOO
rather the world ended with Florida, and lo Create and E..bll.h .- "A UfO HKiiKnr IIKQUIII
a .. a New Municipality to o* lo file your an..., or other. d.1.n. .>
25: -decibel whimper than a bang. known aa th. City of FUtUrItoach. to Ih. fSimplalnl' herein
Citizens Bank Building A 12-Inch cannon rUcUr County. Florida.- btram.ndln I with KMII A HMtTllK. Clark 01
produce 220
> ArtlcU 1. Mellon Ith ul, Court, I'.I). lint 101.
decibel, near the muzzle. .rof. by providing' that no .l.ct- ..I llunn.lr: Florida, on or be far* th*
:4 City official other hold an .Jert' It.h day cf May, A. It.. ISIS. and '
d offlc In any r gov.rnm.ator 1'0 ..rv* a tru. copy thereof on
Phone Bunnell aubdlvUlmi th.r.of.: rpalln or before .al I ld del ion CHAItl.KMTINDKLf ,'
SatMciUw to The rafln TilbunaS.50 law In rnnfllct rfwlthl and pro* : plalntlfr' a allorn.',
0/41.15 when this law chall lake who** addr..* I 1. tit Mafnollaft
*".,1. Avenue. ,'...1 tWHe* tluilona I..v-
A Year V'WUH'A U Hl'I.UVAN. .ki I
In Adroac+ II : I
(n'rli. City of flasl.r Il.ach.Aprli FAII, ya rhh"rt: DKCftRK I'HO
i. ('f WII.I. : :
tAFEs' 1145TEA1tr
( Ft> .
'. OK I 'TK TI()TE Vial
Also Representing: O. F.ALPORD "Iwr TO TMH rlXinilli afATM WITNEDM my hand and ....1 at I
/.5:141.I.TI HK OK ,... fOM TIlE llunnell./ Flatter County, Florida
e4OY Iw)1'AL 1.tul.LA. t.... Slat dar of March A H.

Real Estate Broker JlIIOIC: ITN T (roHMn: ; RMlU th* Circuit A. MNY(piE....,t. 1'l.rhpf Flat
th* inUatlon to apply to th* /.gl l <*..!) ny/ Julia II. Harvey 1
Maryland Casualty Company 11UIII8U", Florida Suture of th* MlaU *f Florida atIt 0.rwty lh.rk;
- rvular *..lon' in the yar 1941for April '.||.|M -/t.
th* p...... of a .p.cUI or I.. 'j
cat kill or Uw, th .ubclanco of
which rontmplat. Insuurance I* amend Ch4,ir 11.111/* amn4 lib
Aetna Company MILLERELECTRONICS .4. 'Awa of Florida. MpcUI Act f.(1ltr QfrlbunrMIIA
of Ml. b.ln IC "An Act
l. It.h.t""i-,**.nt Mualrlpal 1 ncx.r.LL. .J,4.nllu
tlo.ernm.a/ th. Town of Fla*.
|*r Itaach. Cow Mr of FlavW Mtito
Fireman's Fund American 1744 Oc an ftor Blttf. of Florida. sat to Cr alf and ?.' M 0. FUU.Kft. RdllrII .
l.bllh. a x.w Munlclpailtjr lo bn .

REPAIRS ON TVS .K.._.._.... FlacUr sa th. .('..City..." n of..rM FI..."*$brnwninc ... '.ltaol4 _......ee fee all

Insurance Companies ArtlcU I ott-' "" Tlhrof ..*gal A...,.U4a.
WASHERSDRYERS n aa l. r; that IM
.*....... Ity .tl UI hoi
< may an
...,|..1 offl. ,lit any .lh.r. ,"f.ri.' Ratered a* .**...l ..... matUrFebruary
mnt ... .uMil.l..i th.r_f' r.. <. 1111 at Ciao pot ,
Hartford Fire Insurance r..llay law in voofllct hr. lth.aM offu. at Dunnell. n.'..... ....., I
Company coil Celled ro-orn ., at when Ihl* taw :hsliI All of Marth I. 1114o .
lab* .ff.,..
.... A Itrtl I. Itca,
ALL weB CUAJUUTTTZD VinoiNfA 1. HIT J.I VAX. .. ,.*. ...__._11.M
risk fly of FU,Ur lUach Sic -!.. _..-....
April I'll

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H. H. MURRAY AT Mike Shamblen Bunnell Rotary for such service projects as II I I the Charter and disbanded with
sponsoring County-wide blood the full expectation of reorganizing .
I BROTHERS FUNERALIN Dies After I I Club DisbandedContinued I drives, the Cancer Drive for two j at some future date. It
years, boosting school youth I is the firm conviction of all
WAYCROSSMr. Illness From Page 1 programs and groups sponsor. members that Flagler County
and Mrs. II. H. Murray I Long Ing promotional campaigns for I needs a Rotary Club, and that
Georgia program on April 22, 1960. Carl : the Test .
were called to Waycross, Arlidge E. (Mike) Shamblenof Four-way' sponsoringBoy the ideals and principles for
E. the first Club Pres
the death of his Hornsby Scouts, safety demonstra which stands
Thursday by Johns Park died Rotary will serve
the St. area
ident the Charter from
brother, Jack Murray. Saturday evening at the Bunnell District accepted Governor Bob Langley, I tions, contributing to scholarship I to make our community a bet.
funds and many other ter place In which to live. In
Funeral services were held General Hospital following a Hornsby was followed in the I small projects within the com the final steps of disbanding,
Friday afternoon In Waycrossand long Illness.He Presidency by Louis Stefllk, John munlty. The motto of Rotary Louis Stefllk was appointed

the Murrays returned home was a native of Charles A. Cannon, Jr., Dr. John Canak- I for the five years of its exist. I I'I I I trustee of'all Club funds and ,
Saturday. They were accompa ton W V., moving here to reside arls, the late Homer Brooks, the ence was: "Service Above Self Tom Lenssen was designated
nied there by their son, Rem about 20 years ago. He was a I late Dewey Moody and his suc 'I lie who Profits Most, Serves caretaker of all club properties.

Murray. retired painter. He was 74 yearsof I cessor Tom Lenssen. s! Best. Meetings and get-to-gethers are
age. I The Rotary Club was responsible I I to be planned regularly to main.
THE BOOK NOOK for bringing, many hundreds In returning the Charter the tain the fellowship and continuity
He Is survived -by two daugh
II remaining members wish
IVANIIOE I ters, Norine Brannan, Bunnell, of visiting Rotarians to Bunnell!I their thanks to the Com express of the Club until such
from all of the Countryto time
and Opal Fields of Charleston, parts munity for Its fine Interest in as reorganization can take
(By Sir Walter Scott) W. Va.; a son, Earl Shamblen, make-up meetings week by and cooperation with the Club. place.
week. The Club was responsible I I
Also surviving
Charleston, W. Va. I
This Is a story which takes Especially Is the membership For the present the Rotary
during the Twelfth Cen are two brothers, Rudye I I| Indebted to Mrs. Marie Brede Club of Bunnell bids '
place Community
I our
Shamblen, Bunnell, and Dr. Earl
tury In England, which Involves Shamblen of Charleston, W. Va. Sherrie Carroll i I for her fine and faithful catering a fond farewell, but in
! romance as well as adventure.The Graveside funeral services Dies Suddenly I II I service' through the past four the words of that great old

main character of the were held at 2:30: Monday afternoon I In California I II f I years. soldier Gen. Douglas McArthur,
I its says: "We shall return"
story Is Ivanhoe, the disinherited r at the Espanola Cemetery I Sherrie Carroll, four month I r_The membership has returned .
son of Cedric of Rottherwood I with Rev. Thomas Pinner of the old daughter of Mr. and Mrs. -- -
who falls In love with Cedric's First Baptist Church officiating. Wade Carroll of 14309 York St.,

I ward, Rowena. Pallbearers were Cordel Robertson Poway; California, died suddenly CRAIG FUNERAL HOMEA.

Ivan'leaves to fight with King Lloyd Robertson, RudyeI. Monday night at their home. .
Shamblen,, George Shamblen
Richard In the Crusades, but ofa Jr., Bill Cobb, and Frank Stef- In addition her parents she I H. CRAIG. Funeral Director
In the disguise
later returns Ilk. is survived by a young brother;1 JOHN CAPO. Associates
palmer to Ashby to fight In ,
her maternal I
Arrangements were under the grand parents,
the Ashby did direction of Craig Funeral Home M/Sgt. W. D. Hornsby of Jacksonville s I LADY OXYGEN
he wins. Although Ivanhoe of Bunnell. I. ; Her paternal grand CONDITIONED I EQUIPPED
win the tournament he was I ATTENDANT
parents Mr. and Mrs. Ken Carroll CHAPEL | AMBULANCES
wounded doing so. and soon aft
The largest Great Manta Ray I of Vernal, Utah.
crowned winner by
er being a
1 j. the Lady Rowena, he collapses. ever displayed at MarIneland Mrs. Carroll Is the former .. Phone ID 7-3532
, Ivanhoe Is taken by this friend, I had a wing spread of 13% feet Mona Hornsby of Bunnell. I II 201 E. MOODY BLVD. BUNNELL. FLORIDA .
and weighed over 1,500 pounds. I
Issac of 'York and his daughter ,
I -
f Rebecca to be cared for, but .
to make matters worse, Lady I .
Rowena is captured and held as \
prisoner by Prince John, and
Ivanhoe Is useless to help. .. .
," To find out the full story of
what happens, come to the library
and check out this fast.

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Another half-truth about Russia .
: "The churches In Moscoware 'I l
: 't '
wide open.. But for what? .!I .10/1'1"" r. ,,
An editor In the Dec. issue of ..' .j '
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Vogue reports after a visit to .. '
:VI t
Leningrad that the the churcheswere ,

wide open, but NOT for '

religious purposes. p.
They were full of peasants
come, to see the great paintingsand
gold carvings of their Czar. V v r ,. a
1st past, but no worshipping was
'allowed. .
After reading all I can find on
1 Russia by Russians I wonder if
it matters. Gogol In his master "
pjece; 'Taras Bulbul," which Is
at the Flagler Woman's Club Li

brary, over and over shows how
religion and cruelty are woven
together In the Cossack nature.
Calling upon the Russian
Lord, beloved by Christ, they
rode Into batter. After burning

Polish girls, "the callous Cossacks -
heeded nothing. They
speared Infants In the streets workpower"walks"
and tossed them into the same :.
Gogol, wrote long before the :
revolution. lie never excuses

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