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Title: The Flagler tribune
Physical Description: Newspaper
Language: English
Publisher: s.n.
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Place of Publication: Bunnell Fla
Creation Date: May 13, 1965
Publication Date: -1981
Frequency: weekly
regular
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Subjects / Keywords: Newspapers -- Bunnell (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Flagler County (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
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Spatial Coverage: United States -- Florida -- Flagler -- Bunnell
Coordinates: 29.4675 x -81.256944 ( Place of Publication )
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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
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Preceded by: St. Johns tribune
Succeeded by: Palm Coast news
Succeeded by: Flagler/Palm Coast news-tribune

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Ii' VOLUME 53, NO. 19 BUNNELL, FLORIDA, THURSDAY, MAY 13, 1965 $2.50 A YEAR

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,. School Board i SENIOR CITIZENS TO Dog Licenses I II "" v .... ,..,'.; '1 Former Minister i
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MEET NEXT TUESDAYThe

", Discusses Place Flagler Senior Citizens I Due June FirstThe I r; 1. Dies Saturday :
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t Club will meet at the clubroomIn 11.1 \
City of Bunnell dog dr
For ETV Translator the Municipal Building Flag. censes will be due June 1, 1965. ". t In Daytona BeachRev.
ler Beach next Tuesday evening
The Flagler County Board ol I A veterinarian's certificate of I Charles M. Samford form.
May 18. There will be a
Public Instruction at a meeting innoculatlon must be presented er pastor of the local First Meth-
carry-In supper starting at 6 o'
held Thursday May 6, discuss I clock. before a 1965.66 dog lcense can I oddlst Church, died, at his home
ed securing a parcel of land by be Issued. 1 1I C3G Lenox Ave., Daytona Beach I
R If the recommendation of theclub's 1
lease 'purchase, or use FFA The city has arranged for a F r following a long illness. He was I
, of 4-H land for Installation oi executive committee is veterinarian to be at city hall I I 93 years of age. lie was retired. :
a Education Television "trans I accepted, this will be the last from 8 a. m. to 10 a. m., Friday I II Born In Columbus Georgia he !
r l' lator" as the boards part ol of the twice monthly meetings May 21, to give the Innocu. I had entered the Methodist Min :
matching $18,000 cost. I until September when the fall lations. I istry In New Mexico In 1,924,
The educational tv stationto and winter season begins. There Owners of the dogs must pay I serving later In the Coloradoand

which Flagler County schools I will be meetings once a month for the veterinarians certificate, A the Florida Conferences. He
would receive signals Is located I only, on the first Tuesday of according to an advertisementin has served the conference
r' In' the Orlando territory and the I I the month, during June July this Issue of The Tribune. charges here, Key West Tampa

.. signals can't be received here and August. Daytime outings I and Daytona Beach. He was a
without the translator ETV ex. are scheduled for the summer. member of the Community

perts say. Guests are Invited to the May Control Methodist Church In Daytona .
Mosquito
It was voted that all 14-year 18 meeting and are asked to MRS. ANNIE RUTH GELI.ERAnnie j Beach.

old and over students must bring a covered dish or dessert. District Practices Survivors Include his wife
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take "driver education" to graduate Coffee Is furnished. Ruth Geller Adeline Daytona Beach; two
from high schools here The ConservationIn i sons General John A. Samford I

Board also agreed to accept Krantz Moody Named DirectorIn I Washington D.c., and Charles '
from Chrysler Corp. a car used mosquito controt work in l C. Samford of Wllliamsburg,

in teaching driving. This policy Goes To Lions the northeast part of Flagler Flagler CountyMrs. I Virginia.
of the board taken effect beginning I County, canals and ditches have I E.1 Services were held from the
with next term. been dug taking advantage of Annie Ruth Geller, 401 Baggett-Mclntosh Funeral Chap. \
Meet In
.. Accepted personnel other than TampaJim an old artesian well which has I Lambert Ave., Bunnell, was recently el at 4 o'clock Monday afternoon 1
'Instructional at all schools of Krantz and Leonard been flowing for many years, appointed to the post of I with Rev. R. T. Richardson, pas..
_ the county and tabled a salary Moody were chosen as delegatesto flooding the area. This createda County Director of Flagler-St. tor of the Community Method.
raise for janitor at Flagler represent the Bunnell Lions bad mosquito breeding area. Johns Counties for ALSAC theorganization I 1st Church officiating. Interment ,'
school until budget is made. I Club in Tampa today through Now all of this area has been that supports the. followed at Cedar 11111 Memory J
Agreed to Supt. Harris and Saturday. ditched and these ponds have I Danny Thomas-St. Jude Chip Gardens. 1.
Supervising Principal Benton F. Ladles Night and Installation. been completely drained. At dren's Research Hospital in I

Clifton's recommendations for has been set for June 22. regular Intervals deep holes Memphis, Tenn. Florida ForestsMeeting
cafeteria personnel with Mrs. Those elected for next year' were dug 11th canals and Mrs. Geller was born in Bun ,

Norma Turner to be manager at were: John Seay president; Jimmy I ditches to Insure adequate water II nell and was educated In Bun

Bunnell High. Kelley, first ,vice president; I supply for small fish. nell School, graduated in the Need't t
Agreed to reassignment of Homer Zimmertee, second vice. So now Instead of seeingcountless class of 1942. She attended
several teachers at their request. president: Fred Krantz. third: acres of swampy land Florida Southern College, Lakeland For RecreationFlorida's f

Agreed to employ Mrs. Frances I vice president; Jim Krantz. with patches of water all over Florida In 1913. three national forests ... ,:'

., Brooks to replace Ayerly Brown i secretary;.LevI,Dradjtreasurer! one .aces. the canals n1ss: rou: From 19-11 to 1947 she worked I had\ more than two million vis
t In English department. Leonard, Moody, tailtwlster'andGeorge : Ing these areas and former as telephone operator for South. !itors last year and materially
Also agreed to pay Mll-ton I Moody, lion tamer. I II ponds now covered with iran, ern Bell Telephone and Tele- I helped meet the recreationalneeds J
I Motel $300 for use of the motelswimming I Two-year directors elected Clinton Glddens, dragline operator graph In Motngomery, Alabama. of Floridians and visitorsto
pool during summer I were Levi Brannam and L .H. is to be complimented She was employed as stenographer the state, the Florida State
recreation program. I Church, for his hard work In this area. In the State Welfare office Chamber of Commerce reports.
It was reported that the Band __-___- of Arkansas In Marlon, Arkansas. "Ocala National Forest lo

Parents Assn. wants the board Tops With Foils at DBJC I Since 19-19 she has been cated east of that city, was established
: to budget funds to help pay for 'employed by F. W. WoolworthIn by proclamation ofTheodore !I'
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new uniforms for the band. It I : New Orleans Houston, Texas Roosevelt In 1906. It t]j
was discussed but no decision as fountain manager In Shreve. has the distinction of being the

; was made. I ,, '.......,. .",. .,.,.''r, .,.,, '...',' "I'f' potr, La., and assistant manager oldest national forest east of 'J
Supt. Harris and Principal '., .. '..' J1o. J..'.,"," 1Idt: ...:..'.' -,. >.iIII.t.iPIW'.... In 1954 in the store In the Mississippi River. Facilities ,

Benton Clifton proposed a plan I 'i..J" ,' ", '\ '. "''''' J" '"': ,,'. Gainesville, Fla., Daytona Beach for outdoor living, for hunting
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to all board policies \ ','"
Incorporate : 1'
I store. and fishing abound within Its I
and state school: was Into a volume ..; .,, I !. \,' \I.,I Mrs. Geller Is now a house. 302,000 acres
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!, with the provision that ."I.. < wile and a member of the First "Osccola National Forest, .
all existing policies be reexamined \ I Methodist Church where she northeast of Lake City, has the

and brought up to date. .. teaches the Nursery II Sunday heaviest timber stand of the
Agreed that all entering students ,, .II School Class. She Is a memberof three areas In Florida and con
at the beginning of the : Bunnell High P.-T. A., Friend. I centrates on forest research

school year must have a physical 1 ly Class of Methodist Church; though recreational facilities

examination including blood f Women's Society of Christian I are available. Its area comprises
test, on forms provided. 1 .b Service. Her two sons belong to 137,000 acres Including a 2,000
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...'''-......... j '. Boy Scout Troop No. 472. She acre lake .and facilities for pub.
J rk ". now lives with her 8-1 year old lie enjoyment of water pleas
Dental Clinic k mother In Bunnell. ures."Southwest.
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1' '' .lti1l' ;T- r .1, ., of Tallahassee Is ,
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Here OpenAll r- ,; I
.., .rtc' ,' ,jt.. :J.. ,..........,iJ,. I the 550,000 acre Apalachlcola J
\ National Forest which comprises
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,4 ". I Funeral Service
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SummerThe ,
-'o/d, ,
_< r tliJ.'IV1' most of two counties. Ample
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y'h recreational facilities are *
provided
Dental Held
Flagler County Here For
and the enormous extent
Clinic will be Thursdayand
open
>f this area gives rare opportunity .
Friday throughout the sum Alton L. PoisonFuneral to visitors to live an especially .
mer. The parents that would Y "
like their children to receive .w rL.wyf a c I service for Alton Lee rugged life.

benefits of the Fluoride program 1 Poison, Jacksonville, retired A.*
this year can call the Health sergeant in the U.S. Air Force .(ra. Wanda Polsoo; a daughter,
Dept. and make an appoint. was held at 11 o'clock Wednes* Wanda Christine Poison and a
ment. lay from the EstM-Krauss Fun. ion, Alton Rex Poison, all of
ral Home In Jacksonville. racksonvllle. Ills widow Is the
The parents must 'pick up
be. Graveside military service was former Wand Skerskl of Ko
and sign a permission slip
fore the Fluoride treatment can field here at the Espanola Cent ,ona.
be Mtry at 3:30:: in the afternoon.
given or they can accompanytheir
child and sign the permission Flagler Post 115, The American The Italian government pre-
slip at the time of the ap Legion was In charge of the ewes the entire town of Porto-
pointment. The permission slip traveslde; service. Commander Ino as a national monument.
can be obtained from the Coun- IL W, Ratcilffe. chaplain of the StrIct controls are imposed to
ty Health Dept All children in racksonvllle' Naval Air Station ctsln the charm of the former ,
the county are eligible Dr. JackA. >Rldated at both services. lihlng village on the Italian '
Amide said. I }fr. Poison was born In Kan tlviers. Except for a thrce-hour ,
We are also>> continuing the City, Mo, and had lived In period In the morning, cars are I

program of dental treatment of; Intramural fencing champs at Daytona Beach Junior 11&1 tour months: He >jarred from Its winding streets.
a member of the Masonic Not even a shutter can tx re
the medically indigent children.
College are Sharon Cole, Bunnell and June Castertonof
sub-
be made by In Glasgow, Mont. He was Dinted until the resident a
Apointments can
Beach. The frosh duo defeated all opposi
Daytona 17 of nits color samples to ensure
age
calling the Health Dept on I I years
Monday or Friday. tion this spring. Survivors Include his widow 4upllcatlon.P. [ / .

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PAGE TWO THE FLAGLER TRIBUNE, BUNNELL, FLORIDA Thursday, May 13, 1965

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French Dressing NOTICE OF TAX SALENotice I SWVfc Description lots .,.8 block 124 8 T R A Oldden., Frank Taxes A Essie A Costs 14.28

Ed &
Lots 9-10 block 125 London AnnieBell
___________ 21.59
With Honey in It Is as hereby will be given necessary that to the followlnc'ettlcrlbed lands for taxes or so herein muchthereof Lots 1.' block 125 -- Smith. W. C. A Mary,. 21.09

set ftbY 70cth and I Lot 3 block 129 Parramore Mae _____ 6.74
cost advertising,
opposite same, together e .... ....
_____ Sam .
will be sold at public auction on the 1st day of June, 19(6, at the Lot 2 block ISO White. 6.74

"Dew distilled from the stats office of the City Tax Collector In the Community Center Build* Lot 4 Block 130 __ Davis ;Beauty. .A., Grlsby (.26
Ing. beginning at 10:00: o'clock A.. H., In the City of Bunnell FlaglerCounty Georgia
and the rainbow. That's what Florida. Lots 11.12 block 160 Hymon. Willie A Rosa
...
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; Kennedy __ 8.1 Lee 25.00
Lots 6-6, block 89 ___ Annie Mae
Aristotle, the Greek philosopher, Lots S-4. block 91 Hattie Smith ... 19.25 Lot 8 block 161 Nelson, Louis et al 9.18
Lots Davis ___ 4.25 Lot 10 block 165 Thomas, ChesterA Rosa
called honey, 5-(, block 91 Gladys __________ _
__ 286
N', lots 1-2. block 93 Nealle Beat _____ 3.S1
SWtt lots 11-12 block 98 Hazel Emanuel __ n." Lot 2 block 163 block Kennedy, Mary 17.68
Apiculturist John D. Haynie, lots 1112, block 93 _' Eliza Davis __ 80.60 LoU 910-1112
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Sheffield, I_ 8. Jr __ 11.37
Florida Extension Lots l23-4-9-10-ll12 block 8 _.. W. H. McKenzie Estate 21.13
Agricultural Lot 1, block 123 .__ John & Vera Mae Cruse 2.38 Block 267 book 60 page

Service, says spring is a good NElots 11-12 block Nealle Deal ______ 6.19 Part 274 of"tract"? book'45 Smith. n. E. A Dorothy, 6.26
Lots 1101112. block 124 Riley King 8.00Lots
time to sweeten up family men 1-2. block 129 .......- Bernice Hltlne 6.19 page 3(1 except book
us with honey Lot 2, block 130 Sam White ________ 6.19 52 page 298 block D 11 12 30 0.25 Lewondowskl, Helen .. 66.38

Lot 4, block 130 ...__._ Georgia Grlsby ....-... .....-.. 9.88 Part of 2t:5ac 8 cogk. 62
NK 25 lot 3 NE 25* of SE 20', lot page l .. 11 12 30 0.11 Peterson Hazel ... 18.18
Honey has many uses In modem 4, block 1S1 Flora Shaw 4.75 LIN COLIN IIBIGHTS SUB.
Lot 8, block 161 Mary Topsy & Louis Nelson Lot 9 block 1- Martha, J hi"
day cookery, ranging froma Rosa Lee & Willie Hymon 10.38 I' 7.96

tasty topping for pancakesand Lots 5-6-7-8. block 202 _- Ralph E. liar be rt. ______ 4.25 Lot 1 Block 3 estate Robinson_ Cleveland 14.78

waffles to flavorful honey Lot 3 except 2154 sq. ft. bk 18, Lot 9 block _____- Mills. Gladys 1.60
pgs. 379-380 & 40' of NWLY 80', Lots 2-3 block 6 __ Warren hula. Theresa
French dressing. frac. block 258 --_____- Grenson Oiborne 2.44 Osborne & Jeanette 11.37
Lot 7, frac. block 261 ___. Unknown 1.44 Lots 7-1112 block 6 Warren. Johnnie 10.87
Lot 3, block Lincoln Sub. _. Jasper & Mary Anderson 14.66
*1 -l8f. & Jeanette ______ 11.37
Honey French dressing offers
Lots 4.6. block 1, Lincoln Ht. Sub. Jasper & Mary Anderson 23.94 Bt'NNELL IIOMESITES

meal planners a way to add a Lots 2-3, block 2. Lincoln Hts. Sub. Ed A Lucy London 8.31 Lot 14 block 4 ........ ... Underwood, Joe A Annie *
Lot 9, block 2. Lincoln Hts. Sub. Johnnie I A Martha Warren 3.31: .
distinct flavor to spring salads. Lot 9, block 4. Lincoln Hts. Sub _.. Gladys Mills ___ 3.31 ST. JOHNS DRV. CO. RUB -. .S3

Haynle offers the following recipe Lots 2-3. block 6, Lincoln lit. Sub. Johnnie Warren .._.__. 3.81 Tract 2 block IS SO 12 30 10 Lee B. E. __ 2.70
Lots 4-6-6-10, block 5, Lincoln Hts. Tract 1 block 11 SI 12 SO
10 Benton Mabel H. .._.__ 2.70
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Sub. Johnnie Warren 2.88
: Stt of 8H of 8EU. 31 13 30 40 Kout, H.H. Trustee 26.19
Lot 7, block 6. Lincoln Hts. Johnnie Warren 3.31Lots
---- JOHNSON BKACH SUB.
To prepare a quart of honey 11-12, block 5. UbHiL Lot ( block 1 ___ Ratsch. It.JL A Lois 1.41
Sub. Johnnie Warren __ ._ 4.00 -
French dressing have ---------10.- Grant to Hernandez,
ready a Lot 6, block 6, Lincoln lit*. Sub. James Butler ___ 1.21 book 40 page S9 40 10 11 1.99 J. II. __
30%ounce can of tomato soup, Lot 14, block 4, Bunnell Homesltcfs Joseph A Annie Under, O. R. Book 6 page U.-. 40 10 11 0.84 White Jones 22. A. A: Lucille 2.54 3.04
wood _.__.. _______ MAGNOLIA MANOR SUB.
H cup honey, % cup water, 2 Lots 12-13-14 block 1, Carver Sub. Robert A Willie Mae Un- 15.1'1 Lot 24 .. ..., _
-- L Cannon, J. C !.6{
cups salad oil, a teaspoon salt, wood _.____.___+_ AltTMIA. !SHU.
All railroad property owned by Lot 14 block 4 _
a teaspoon dry mustard, % teaspoon Florida East Coast Railway Co. Quo -ell Laboratories' ,

within the corporate limits of the 'Lot 2 block 9 .....___. i ceu; 2.66
black :
pepper, and % teaspoon City of Bunnell. _______ 1239.60 MKCOND ADDITION TO ARTESIA C.V. & Edith. 2.84

'paprika.Combine NANCY C. RODGERS., City Tax Collector. City of Bunnell Florida Part of 'OYlt210 2 book

Ingredients In the 63 : .. 9 11 31 S.60 Greene W. S. Jr. 88.21
BAMDI4! MANOR
order listed until thoroughly NOTICE OF TAX SALENotice Lot 8 < Smoot. Evelyn A Hols,

blended, using an electric mixer Is hereby given that on the 1st day of June 1966 at Bunnell. S IIi acres of lot 10 26 11 31 250 yarn Harry .A.Claude O. A 76.85

or blender Refrigerate, to County of Flagler, State of Florldatax sale certificates will be sold Mary Belle 104
of the following described land to pay the amount due for taxes IIRUNRR: ADDITION
allow the flavors to blend together herein set opposite the same together with all cost of such sale andaD Lot 3 block 2 -_, O'Bryant. H. E. _-= 1.23
for least 24 hours advertising a PUNHISU BEACH
at before
Lot 11 except R/W AlA
DALEB.. BROWN, Tax-Collectof, Flagler County FloridaDescription
serving. Keep refrigerated. a T R A Taxes .A C0ut block 2 -- Llndle,., W. H. _.. 4.93
NWU of 8WU of NEU. 19 10 28 10 Berry. David 3.70 Lot a except R/W. A1A
Serve honey French dressingover That part of NWU offNW Kozmlnskl, Joseph II

head lettuce halves of NBU A NEU Olga 4.93
north of R/R 20 10 21 28 Tilton, W. V. __._ 7.61 Lots 6-6 block 5 -_ McCumber Abba 8.22
avocado, and raw or cooked sal E% of NE14_ ___ 20 10 II 80 Tllton, W. F. A Evelyn (OCIIItAN PLACE fUB. "

M* -).*-_.- __ e 76.10 Lot 11 block 6 Harr. William Jr. 4.48
ad vegetables. That part north of R/R Lot 16 block 7 _, Tompkins, George M. ".11
A that part of WU PARLEY nun.
..yoPETERSON of NWU; south of R/R at 10 23 380 Tilton. W. F. & Evelyn Lots 1 to 6 Inch Fields. Owen O. A Kas-

880 M. _.__ ___141.82 per P. C. 41.71
TEXACO All _________ U 10 28 640 Ttlton W. F. A Evelyn FLAM VISTA SUB.
M. _._ L. iso.60 Lot 41 block 3 Ferrell. Robert B A
SERVICE All ..... _. 21 10 28 643 Tilton, W, F. A Evelyn Grace B. ___ 2.11
-__._ -.!,. .,,. 130.60 MIDWAY PARK
ROAD SERVICE All I' 24 10 28 626 Tllton, W. F. A. Evelyn Lot 25 --. Miller Glenn J.A Ruth n."
IL 120.60 MOODY SUB.
Light Mechanical Work All that portion north West SO lot 8 A all lot

Phone 437-3441 BuxuMll of FEC Rof /W II 10 28 400 Tilton, W.W. et alA 31.91 10 block 2 Henry Roger V .Br. A
That part lying north et al 65.f1
ftlt A 8W% of Lots 4.5 block 8 __ Terrell, Alice 13.00
REqUEST FOR BIDS SWw, ...__ 21 10 21 144 Tilton, W. F. A Evelyn Lot 2 block 16 Whltaker. Isabella 4.33
FLAGLRH COUNTY JAIL M. _...___ 36.21 Lot 20 8U lot 21 _
JAIL ADDITION SWw W% of BEW 10 10 21 240 Tllton. W. F. A EvelynM block 23 ________ Mygrant. Jlmmle W A

Notice Is that the .. 146.74 Betty 49.78
hereby given
Board of County Commissioners oFlagler f E% of NWK A WW of Lot 8 block 40 a ......,.,._ 34.71.
Lot 4 == w&kUlr.a f
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NEW II. 10 2' block 60 ::
County, Florida, will receive _-_ 140 Tilton, W, F. A Evelyn Lot 3 block U. 8.60
53PLAGLRIl
sealed bids at the office of ..___ Tilton' 8842 --_ Taconis. Shirley _. ".11
the Clerk of the Circuit Court Wit ___ U 10 21 300 : W.: F. A Evelyn HARBOR BUB.
until M. -l 43.47 Lots block 85 Moody Co.
Bunnell. 7:30 P.M., May 14, WH of & VENICE 80.13
SWU SWUEVi 3 PARK SITU
19(5.Labor for cost the Including following supervision: of NWI,4 ..__.._........_ It 11 21 120 Tllton. W. M. A Pauline 2568 That part of the NWU
on hourly basis, for constructionof of 8WU of NWU 28 11 ,21 20 Tilton, W. F. 4.73 northerly of block 47
All frac O. a of Amended
addition to Flagler ex Book Venice .
(Material to be supplied County by Jail.the 4 page 469 4to i U 11 28 13.36 Ward, Jake P. 338 Park and westerly of
N Flagler
Ave.
except
County I
tool.) Builder to supply. necessary SWw,' __. 2 12 II 660 Tilton a J. Land A book 66 pages 264* .

done Details as be to obtained the work from to the be .NE4; _______ a 11 21 160 .C1ij-iA:. _A_ 461.56 pages 272-S19* 111240-303 look 67 '" r J.

Flagler maX County Sheriff. Cattle Co. -__ ____ 7950 399-417-420 A book 68P ,
The NAVU ex south 15 acres ages 34-371-S75-398 ,_
Board and reserves all bid the*. right tore -A: SOU ._-___-.....--.j 4 11 21! 145 Berths R. T. _..,...-,.?.. 33(6 3083(5 A: oa book j.::
fen at Bunnell, Florida, this W% otWliof 8WU" 4 13 29 70 Bertha, Robert T. __ 34.71 1 Pages 41-S9-S4S-401-
4th day of May, 19(5. E of REU A 8WUof 6S3 A O.R. book SP ,. -If.
GEORGE K. SEU ."jes 41.487-404 A VI".
WICKLINE SSQSexcept
Chairman Board of NWU of O,a book 4 pages 88*
Commissioners County O.R. book 4 pages 341 58 A oa book 4

ATTEST: A 343 ______.__.... 5 13 It 149 Bertha. Thomas 9463 pages 334315 A: O.R
Al BMTTHE, Cerk E Mi except book 23 ojtkbloafeA 193 A .
May 413-2toREQUEST page 335 ....- 11 13 21 316 Tllton, a J. Land A 15S R .
"'----"-' Cattle Co. __ .. 66.38 A O.R. book 10 page ..
FOR BIDS AU 00_____ 11-12 2t 633 Tilton a J. LaneS A 71 11 12 Moody Company 8356
Sealed bids will be received' i In Cattle Co. _.. .. .. 130.60 AMRNlTKn: vEltie PARK !.
the office of the City Clerk of the !liT JOHN!! PARK CO. SUB.
City of Bunnell. Florida, In the Tract 1 block IS __. 20 12 39 10 Knapp, George Jr. !.'canal
Civic Center Tract 2 O 12 39 SOStlller. Bernard 4.73 part block 44 Included
on or before kb'o' kfn
4:30 Sn lIUll41nl'h day of May Tract 1WH : 12 29 10 Har,7r'son', Hope--w. In Flagter Avenue Ad
X D.p.7;, for furnishing materials- _______ !.3 0 dition A except book .
and labor for paving Cherry Street Part of tract S-O. a 60 page 107 A book
from Moody Blvd.: to Court Street book 4 block 13 page 65 pages 341-354 A

Bacher Street from Moody Blvd. to 393 27 12T. 39 1 eon ding, Martin A All au Moody Company 15.59
Canal Street, Chapel Street from -L,,..L.ai,-.,_, 3.60Prlngle. That part of block (4 .
Moody Blvd., to Palm Street Peach !* JOHNS: PARK ADDITION S book 64 page 107 Moody George _.._. 1.53
Street from Moody Blvd. to Howe Lot 2 block 16 John A Mary .!3 OCEAN: CITY SUB.

Street Orange Street from Moody 8. tract 1 A tract 8 Lot 3 block B -...-......, Kressly, Eva _
4.4!
Blvd to Howe Street Lemon Street &lock 4 36 11 39 20 Coppersmith 'D. 1.21 All fraction section ex-
from Moody Blvd. to Howe Street Tract 3 DtockB _....-. S 11 39 10 Thorpe H. R. ,..6 iPl.book 19 page 334
Howe Street from Lemon Street to .H..rMH except<<. m RA. 8103 ex-
Anderson Street, and Lambert Street of SBSH of NEx ,.. n 11 39 1(0 Tomoka Tile Company 31.81 ceptthat part southwesterly -
from Anderson Street to Orange of j jU __...._ II 11 29 140 Tomoka Tile Company S3.34 of eouthwet-
Street with asphalt with a mini Lot S3 book (4 page SSI IT 11 39 80 Tilton. a J. Jr ___... 17.00 erly boundary of ea- .

mum thickness of one Inch. LAKH DMTON! : ARK SUB nal R/W -_. ........ ., 34 jj 31 9 Wood. E I Trustee 4.29
to 'Include tack Lot S block 2 Rltts. E. H. A Ruby 1.00 rl'qUAY "rll.
co reangaInlnl: of MaeQTRRN! nun Lot 14 block Fuqua
portions to Watkins Cathleen
be paved. The streets listed above Lot 33 blk S -mmuj11AXI.RY Strickland at. A Dorothy Lots n... block 4 ___ Snyder Christina __ 6.33

total twenty-one blocks and will 3.10Baxley A Katherlne 8.73
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require approximately (SO tons for SUB Lot 1 block 8 __ K.I,.. Eva
a complete Job. All Lot SO .-,,?-..,.1---.u.u_ Catherine __ 6.S3 Lot 4 block 10 4.SS
material ls to Charest, Mien _____
Lot 10 ,, ,, Lot 2.64
-- Smith. Jack A SO
be equal to the minimum ? -? Lucille 21.01 block ;.- t" J.
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Is to be submitted on a per ton Lot 9 (Charles Willie 17(8: Northerly 1( Elisabeth __ 11.34
basis for a complete Job. Lot 17 Brown Willis Jr. ___ 18 99 f>J.01 I'IL *0 Romono.
Elisabeth
The Lot 37 ____ Harris, Martha Mae Lot 14 block .73
City Commissioners I I." 33 ..._..
Part of NWU of Lot Thompson Edith ....,.... '1.1'
the right to reject any and :u.t : NBU 17 block S3 -.... 'H T1Iom .
and bidding.to waive any Informalities In KNOX book JOHNS: .J 06. 31 11 39 O.SS Glddena, Frank A Basic lI.nJ.ot Lots Lots 1 3133 through block 16 34 A _IS Kreaely., ri Eva Edith_L. 8.33 4.SS

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Entered as second class matter Lot 9 blk 89 Tl A Lota 31.34
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(By HerrtT Sharp) Listed For MayFlorida WE GIVE Quantity Rights i

Like people, plants are subjectto MET T S Reserved

many accidents ins the home. meal planners can ex ***
Take the case of the scalded pect to find eggs, honey and I TOP Prices Good
rubber plants. This strange disease dried prunes plentiful for use
was eradicated In one home In May family menus, reports VALUE SUPER Thura.. Fri., Sat.,
MARKET
by removing the plants from the Mrs. Gladys Kendall, marketing I & Mon.
Florida room before'certain call specialist Florida Agricultural
era visited. Extension Service. STAMPS May 13 14 15, 17 .
Phone 437-3201 103 S. Railroad St.
This kept non-imbibers from The U.S. Department of Agri
drowning the_ornamentals .with culture's Consumer Marketing FLA. GRADE N
unwanted cocktails. Service points out that eggs con ;
tinue as a wise food buy becauseof
Alcohol toxicity is not a corn
heavy production-estimate! i
mon disease of plants, says Dr.,
at 5:7 billion during March.
Howard Miller, plant pathologistwith "A"i
the University of Florida Compared with the same period .
Agricultural Experiment Sta last year USDA reports, egg
tions. output in nine southeastern
states increased 183 million durIng
But here are a few of his hintson i
the first quarter of 1965 to
other house plant
troubles.If diagnosing. I II I a March total of production nearly 4.1 in billion the same eggs. FAMILY pkg. ( Pan Ready Cut-up ) 5 Ib bag $1.69 \

you discover a plant with nine states totaled more than t
burned leaf tips or brown margins 1.4 billion eggs, up 36 million Cen ter Rib
U. S. D. A. Choice STEAKS
then lighten up on the fer over the same month last year. i
tilizer. Or it could mean that PORK CHOPS69"
Accordlngto Consumer & Mar.
you were stingy with the water, CHUCKIb 59c
of
ketlng Service, supplies honeyfor I
or the damage was caused by
domestic consumption are
last month's chilling air con. substantially larger than last First Cut FAMILY Ib 59c

ditioner. year because of a reduction in I ,
Yellowing and dropping of exports brought about by larger PORK CHOPS79' SHVm J 89c !

leaves is a signal of gas fumes, honey crops in other countries. 89cWorld's

overwatering, drainage.. or
poor .. Honey production inthe U. S. eat
poor areatlon. Small leaves* In. SIRLOIN T-BONE Ib
99c
last year totaled 285.7 million G I
dlcate too little water and fer nn
pounds or 5.8 percent more than '
tilizer or the plant Is existingin BEEF 2 ''bs ROUND Ib
the average for the past five 89c II
soil.
tight or heavy IIi
years, USDA said. III i
Weak growth or light green .I
At 179,000 tons California HERSHEY or HENDERSON
or yellow color on healthy foil. dried prune production for the
age may mean lack of fertilizer, 1964-65: season Is 34 percent
root rot, poor root system or larger than the 133,000 tons produced -
that the plant is growing In too In 196364. 1
intense light
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Ing, wilting or has "soft growth" intervals will stop an Insect at.
is exposed to excessive heat or tack.
has a root injury. Plants with Some diseases to look for are
small leaves and long Inter. stem and crown rots, leaf spots,
nodes Indicate too little lightor powdery mildew and blight Limit ((1)) with purchase of $5.00 or more food order

too high temperature. The best treatment for stem
Actually, most healthy house .'
and rot is to cut
crown away Joe
Crain's
Van
plants need very little care. The Proctor do Gamble Camp
all the mushly tissue and then Fla Grade "Au MEDIUM
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greatest blight of these plantsIs spray with copper fungicide. PORK &
from coddling by eager beau The leaf spot Is usually halted CRISCO ti
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once a week watering-and
soon as they appear.
a miserly amount of fertilizer OIL 24 or. 39
every month or so-keeps most Mildews' are controlled by Bottle
plants happy. Cold water Is ta dusting the plants with sulphur. 2 Doz75- 8can.$1OO
boo. It shocks plants as badlyas Blight has no practical cure. It's (OR YOUR CHOICE) I
ice water on an exposed best to burn an ailing plant before Limit
4 Please Limit 8 Pleas.Everfresh .
tooth. the disease spreads to other WESSON
Neophyte gardeners can grow plants. I
foliage plants-regardless of Many house plants like to be (Die 20 oz.)
care-if they stick to Agltone- set outdoors during warm sun OIL 38 oz. 49 ; ;
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These and other "cast Iron" I the pots Into the soil with purchase of $5.00
ornamentals will withstand abuse to top rim depth keeps the moisture or more food, order POUND CAKE Ea.291A

low light Intensity warm Inside the pot uniform and
and cold rooms. keep. the plant roots cooler. .
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Some of the bugs that gnaw You might consider the out-of- Thrifty Limit 2 PleaseLyke's oz.
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foliage plants are red spider vacation and ask a neighbor to BLEACH 2-29* "HASH 3cen.I00
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bugs scales and aphids. In gen showers are not at the proper
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BEST MEATS 'v1wawtete
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BEACH GIRL SCOUTS Woman's Club
HOLD COURT OF AWARDSOn

Tuesday, May 11, at 7 p.m Sponsors Beach 1
the three Girl Scout Troops of PRICES GOOD THURS., FRI., SAT., QUANTITY RIGHTS
Flagler Beach held a Court of Cancer DriveAt MAY 13, 14, 15, 1965 RESERVED /
Awards with Brownie Troop 702
a recent meeting of the
Junior Troop 968, and Cadette
Flagler Woman's Club Executive

., Troop The program 963 participating.was opened witha I the Board 1965 it Cancer was agreed Drive to for sponsqr Flag. IF YOU LIKE TO WIN SEE US FOR

welcome and Introduction by ler Beach the week beginningMay
; Mrs. Laura Reynolds Brownie 17 through the 22nd. THE FINEST MEATS IN DIXIE
" leader. Then followed a Flag On May 14 at 7:30 in the eve
: Ceremony In which 39 Girl ning a film, "Scenes in the Sun,"
and four leaders I FLA. GRADE "A" D & D
& Scouts par. will be shown free to the public U. S. CHOICE GRADE BEEF
, ticipated. They sang "When at the club building, 1524 ,S. CHUCK WHOLE
E're You Make a Promise." Central Ave. Mrs. Nell Riggs,
I chairman of the Fifth District FRYERS R' 29Limit
the fol.
Pins were presented to Crusade for the Cancer Drive ROAST Lb. 49
lowing girls who are new mem I
, will be to show the film
present
Brownie- 3 PleaseU.
bers of each troop:
I Betty Lou Buchanan. and it will explain what the S. CHOICE GRADE BEEF
sun rays can do in connection PALM RIVER'CHUCK
Junior-Ilene Buchanan. with cancer. Following the film SLICED
! Cadette-Marilyn Krutz. showing light refreshments will
be served. STEAKS Lb. 59
, BACON Lb. 53
,1 Rufus Miller presented a troop Miss Emily Gage urges a good
flag to Cadette Troop 963 in attendance to the first public
memory of his wife. The Flag,service program to be given under LEAN FRESH GROUND 21bs ARMOUR STAR ALL MEAT
was received by Cadette Leader her leadership as club presi VAC. PAC
Mrs. Mary Burns. dent. HAMBURGER 89

Mrs. Kenneth Whitney Junior
1 Leader, and Mrs. Donald Kauf. ATTENDING O.E.S. Extra Lean GROUND BEEF 2 Ibs $1.15 FRANKS tb 49
GRAND CHAPTER MEETINGMrs.
man, assistant leader, awarded WESTERN CORN FED
badges to all the Cadettes who Alice Lovell left Mondayto CENTER RIB LYKES BONELESS SKINLESS
earned them. attend the Grand Chapter READY TO EAT CANNED

Brownie Troop 702, sponsoredby meeting of the Order of Eastern PORK CHOPS Lb. 69- $489'
the Community Memorial Star in session In Miami Beach. PICNICS 3 IbCan

Church, presented a pantomime She will be serving as assist .
demonstrating the three Brown. ant grand conductress and alsoa .- --
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Be Ready Helpers, and Be Friend Chapter No. 93. MAXWELL HOUSE SUNLITE
Makers, closing with the Brown.
ie Smile
Song. O. F. ALTORD
The Junior Iroop 963, sponsored Registered COFFEE TOMATOES
by the' Flagler, BeachWoman's Real Estate Broker
Club, presented a
dance'program, assisted by Mrs. Bunnell. FloridaMILLER 1 Lb.
3 Daisy, Moody. All the girls received Can 57 0 4 303 29
their Dancer Badge. Cans
Cadette Troop 963 presented a
Camp Fire Scene with all the I ELECTRONICSI I I Limit 1 with $5.00 or more food order Limit 4 with $5.00 or More Food Order
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girls seated around the camp
fire explaining the meaningand 1744 Ocean Shore Bird.
Importance of Girl Scout-
Ing. The Cadette program was REPAIRS ON TV'S 2/ SHURFINE FRESH PRODUCE _
I concluded with a Girl Scout
song, "The Growing Uj> Tree." WASHERSDRYERS P PEACHES 3 for 79LARGE FANCY JUICYLEMONS
The entire program was concluded
with Taps by all the 'Doz. 33''
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46 DEL MONTE BLENDEDPINEAPPLEGRAPEFRUIT
girls and leaders. Refreshmentswere I I oz.
served by the Flagler ALL WORK GUARANTEED
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OX TAILS 4 Ibs. $1 i

PERSONALS RIB TIPS 5 Ib.. $1

HOG MAWS 5lbs.3.8

PIG TAILS 5 ibs. $1

PIG FEET 5lb. $1

Barber Enjoys Family Mother's I Z'At44 NECK BONES 6 lb. $1

Day Reunion .
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Enjoying a reunion on Moth I SAMANTHA HAYWOODDr.
er's Day were members of the and Mrs. Sam Haywood U.S. D.A. CHOICE BEEF SALE
family of Mr. and Mrs. J. D. fa six pound,
are the parents o
Barber. They enjoyed a picnic four ounce daughter born May CHUCK ROAST lb. 49
Beach following *
lunch at Flagler 10, at the Ormond Beach Hos
at the Barber'
a get-together pltal. She has. been given the

home Present North with Anderson Mr. and St. Mrs. name The of maternal Samantha.grandparentsare Round BeneCHOCK ROAST lb.59c

Barber were Mr. and Mrs. Claude Mr. and Mrs. Lillard Whiteof
Yarn St. Augustine; Mr. and Bunnell.
Mrs. Carlisle Byrd, Seville; Mrs.
Ellie Shaw and Mrs. Lily Buch- Mrs. D. D. Moody was a patient STEAK lb. 59
annan Palatka; Mr. and Mrs. in the Orange Memorial
Pete Barber Montgomery, Ala.;; Hospital in Orlando during. the ._. .
Mrs. J. H. McKnlght\ and Buzzy past weeknd. She has returnedto .. --. : ,.. "o :'._- F -- 0 _' i.
McKnlght Flagler Beach; Mrs. the home of her daughter r I \
Bernice Barber and Annabelle Iona Moody, 116 Benton Street Lean Western BRISKET Lean Western '
.T Barber Bunnell. Medallion Estates Orlando, PORK
where she will reside in the STEW 3 Ibs S100 STEAKS Ib 49

Rev. and Mrs. Howard Porter future. I
were In DeLand Wednesday fora They plan to spend Friday
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S.C.'s Own '"OVEN READY" Western .
meeting of the ministers and and Saturday here to completethe

The also wives ministers a In meeting the wives of DeLand the of mlnlstt'fS'1.i home Mercer.move.here to She Mr.has and sold Mrs. Ray her "EATIOAF 3 1-.:r9 PORK LIVER 3 Ibs $100


tract will be hosts at a function
for the ladles at the Annual CARD OF THANKS
I 'would like to express my
Lakeland Methodist next month.Conference In gratitude and appreciation o FREE PLASTIC DISHPAN MAXWELL HOUSE (All Grinds)
my friends and relatives for
their prayers, cards gifts and COFFEE
With More Meat Order
Mrs. John Henry Mercer of beautiful flowers; to Dr. John $5.00 or
Tomoka Estates visited here Canakaris and his staff for the
Wednesday with friends and wonderful care I received while 1 ft 580

relatives. in the hospital. Your thoughtfulness Our Value 300 Can Limit 1 with $5.00 or more food order
be
will always rcmem
Guests of Mr. and Mrs. J. D. bered. KIDNEY BEANS IOC I
Barber Friday through Mondaywere Cecilia Gies. Ea.
their son and daughter In Our, Value 300 CanO

law, Pete and Una Barber of ur Value 300 Can SPAGHETTI fOe
Montgomery Alabama.Mrs. E..
I ALt. KINDS a PtoPU1111 ,ALECK EYE
PEAS Ea. lOc Armour Star "ZIP TOP" 5 ox.. Can
Raphael Sturman re-
turned home Sunday from a visit VIENNA SAUSAGE 5 fo:100
in Eyer Mass wtlh her son
and his family. Captain and HERSHEY'S
DAIRY SPECIAL-
Mrs. William H. Livingston.
SUGAR Pillsbury 8 ox. Can
Friends of Charles Tonkin will I / taUtlK mWS'ff
regret to learn that he had a 5 o'.bi 380 BISCUITS 4 for 290
slight backset in his recoveryat

home Flagler Beach. lie re'l I Limit 1 with $5.00 or more food order FROZEN FOODS -
turned to the local hospital
further treatment Royal Garnet SLICED 12 ox. pk,.

I FRESH PRODUCE STRAWBERRIES 2,49'
Mrs. Daisy Walker has returned *
to her home on North WITH cFresLNOTICE "
CKHKEBB lolden' RipeIANANAS
Pine St. after receiving. treat.
ment at the local hospital for 5 ,tOe

several days. 'rup No. 1UKES CRISCO OIL

Dr. Sam Haywood left Tuesday -
for Myrtle Beach & C, C Ea. 50tb 48 oz. .
where he will take the state DoUle'" ,
board of chiropractic. He plansto 4 Celo BagAPPLES
locate In South Carolina. Limit 1 with $5.00 or more food order I
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with coupon & purchase with coupon tt purchase{ with 'coupon & purchase
City of Bunnell dog licenses will be due June 1, of Any Large Can of Any Price of ((2) Swanson'sHAR !
1965, and are now available at the City Hall. License SPRAY BROOM or MOP T. V. DINNERS
After Void After Coupon Void After ,-
fees are as follows: Coupon Void Coupon
Sunday, May 16, 1965 Sunday, May 16, 1965 Sunday, May 16, 1965
Male and spared female $1.00
Female $2.00A
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rabies innoculation certificate signed by a veterinarian ,
must be presented before a license will
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be issued.
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Arrangements have been made to have a veterinarian
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I at the Civic Center Friday, May 21, 1965, Illy 1

between the hours of 8:00 a. m. and 10:00 a. m.
The veterinarian's charge will be $1.00 for each' IIJII-
Phone 4373227OPEN
innoculation.
CITY OF BUXNELL SUNDAYS U.!. No. 1 BUNNELL
Nancy Rodgers, City Clerk llOO -llOO p.m.
Mrs.
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t ControlIs I I
Tornado
the U.S. Weather Bureau in form in a certain FOR EFFICIENT SERVICE COME TO
Washington, D.C., "we could observe mile area; their .20OOO-square'I
Goal Set for every tornado in the coun' to whittle down BUDDY KNOX 66 SERVICE CENTEROn

Weather Men try." area.Eventually, when weathermenknow AlA & N. 5th St., Flagler Beach
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collect data about tornadoes
To
f the exact causes of a tornado Phone
Meteorologists believe that weathermen attached to' 439-9221
they may be able to prevent
man may someday be able to I the Bureau's Severe Storms Laboratory I its formation, possibly bya

". tive thwart and tornadoes freakish, the storms desrtuc that on campus the University at Norman of Oklahoma are cloud-seeding technique.A Free Wash With Each Lyfec & Oil Change

have caused heavy loss of life flying Into the violent thunder. I tornado Is born several
in the spring of 1965. storm with which tornadoes are thousand feet above the ground.It '
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associated. may never touch the earth,
The current twisters have
driven planks like spears "The big problem Is to understand or its spinning funnel may
bounce along the ground, leav- -- ----
through solid masonry walls. A the dynamics of tornadoesand
ing some areas unscathed in the
blacktop road in Michigan was ultimately to predict them,
rolled back as lilt were'a rug. says Dr. Spar. "Over the last path of destruction. Generally
five years we have succeededIn a ,tornado travels no more than I
Ordinary wind-measuring devices developing a somewhat more 20 to 40 miles, though some have 4feul
are smashed by tornadic satisfactory model of what en gone 300. '
winds moving perhaps 400 or vironmental conditions are asso The worst twister on record l dee youthttoct& .
more miles an hour, the National ciated with tornadoes. But a killed 689 and injured 1,980 per.,
Geographic Society says. But good deal more work needs to sons in the Midwest in 1925. ...
!, a new type of radar called the be done. Every state has been hit 'at
Doppler system will soon I enable Another problem being studied one time or another. But some ( \ 6tinq tlotuc
I research scientists to measure by the Weather Bureau is to states get more than their share. Y43'Mp'teachipttit'
for the first time the fantastic develop an early warning and Texas averages 23 each year, !
speeds of particles caught up in communication system to alert Kansas 26, and Oklahoma 24. w-- ;
the dark, rotating funnels of the the public, especially at times Tornadoes strike In the United i
storms. when most people would not be States more than elsewhere, but o of J J'D1tuq
they also have occurred In Can i
to their radios ,
listening
Prevail or I
. Certain Conditions watching television. ada, Africa, Central Asia, Australia Stdte ;
Weathermen cannot yet pre. Forecast ZODeWeathermen and New Zeland. /
dict exactly when or where a were once forbidden '
deadly cone will burst from the to mention for fear of Subscribe to The Holler Trlbun 437-3325 BUNNELL
clouds and scythe across the I causing a panic. Now they can $2.50 A' Year In Advance
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combination, of conditions ap

nado's pears indispensable formation: moist for, a warm tor. If disaster like this :

,! air at low levels and cool, dry a -
air at higher levels; a southerly
J wind at the surface and a strong

{': wind blowing. direction.over it from a different should strike our town. I

I During the past few years,

meteorologists have had increas how well would be protected?
ing success in detecting tornadoes you
and following their progress ,
on radar screens.
"If we had enough radars,"
says Dr. Jerome Spar, director

.
Here's proof that your best protect

tion comes through an independent I
Timley Tips on
.tt insurance agent:

: Foods Storage t
,f serious
Most complaintsabout
The quality of food you serve .' p
,'-. can be no better than the quah payment of insur- _
w ity you buy. ance claims arc made by + # s
But it can be a lot worse, If
who have not insured
,:. you fall to handle and store it people
properly, says Mrs. Gladys Kendall their homes thru

afr. \ marketing specialist, FlorIda local established --
agents,
Agricultural Extension Sere ;

ice. .. says LegislativeInvestigating
Mrs. Kendall offers a few w.
Committee
guide lines for storage of food:
, Refrigerate eggs in the original
container or some other covered
In its Official Report on loss adjustments *
, container. Uncovered lose
eggs ({
'
" moisture through their porous made in the wake of rf.

: shells. Hurricane Carla, the Committeeof
j Citrus fruits, pineapples, and the Texas House of Representa. r -'
melons have better '
f. actually
,f I keeping quality when left out tives gave full credit for respon.
of the refrigerator, at room sible performance to those com {

.,' temperature. panies represented by independent '
Store potatoes carefully in a
agents.
t cool, dark, well ventilated place.In .
How to protect yourself. When
shrivel
a warm place potatoes
and sprout. In a cold place, the disaster strikes and your home,
starch In potatoes turns to su car, or business is damaged, make

gar.Put sure you have an independent insurance 1
salad dressings in the refrigerator e
unless they're used agent on your side-a local t

within a few days. Once opened, agent who made sure you had
Jams, Jellies, and peanut butter the right insurance with the right
keep best in the refrigerator. kind of company in the first place
There's no danger of food being -
...who represents companies that
unsafe to eat when it is
f r kept in a refrigerator with a are noted for their fast, fair pay..

,I temperature of 42 ,degrees F. or ment of claims. -

below, because food-poisoning We are local I independent insurance also when you have a loss. There ing,personal attention you need in

bacteria can't grow at these agents. We serve you first is no extra charge for our services. insurance protection-The Big Dif

temperatures. ...not only when you buy your car, As independent insurance ferenceincarhomeorbusinessinhome

or business insurance..but agents, we give you the continu. surance. Call us..or stop in soon.

Community

Memorial Church

AIR.....CONDITIONED......a..u.... Flagler County Insurance Agency, Inc.

Dayton Ave
I. FLAGLER BEACH CITIZENS BANK BUILDING You

I Sunday School 10:00 A.M. ', "(>.'.''; .. I AGdiT

Church Service 11:00 A.M. Bunnell, Fla. 437-3171
R. W. DICKKHT. PnUrRVKBTOMB
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Don't Worry About before you grab that broom and home economists say. If you : PERMANENT PRESS SLACKS I,ida Agricultural Extension Serv I
dust cloth.Planning. I I I start at the top, dirty water will Permanent-press slacks are ice.

House Cleaning? not cleaning, should run over the soiled part of the made to outwear lower priced
be your first step. Make a list 1 wall and cause hard-to-remove One 18 Bonefish .
I garments. pair can save grow by shrinking.When ,
of all the cleaning you want to I streaks. Scrub water dripped on hours a year at the lomlng board the young fish reach'a.about -
Stop worrying about spring accomplish, noting the time a clean area is much easier to of in three inches
or an average $15 a year they actually
housecleaning and start enjoy. each Job should take. You can I wipe up. Wash the ceiling last. commercial laundry bills, according shrink an Inch or two before resuming
Ing these warm, beautiful spring
do jobs while sitting
many Fit small cleaning Jobs like to Miss Elizabeth Dick. growth to attain full
days.If .
down. Plan to alternate them washing window sills, or a enson, clothing specialist, Flor length of about 36 Inches.
and with heavy cleaning Jobs.
you plan organize your
kitchen cabinet door on the refrigerator
cleaning, won't need to
you Store your cleaning equipmentand door, or cleaning out
spend exhausting days cleaning supplies neatly in a con bureau drawers into the daily

house, say home economists with venlent place. Store smaller essential routine. Do not try to do too
the Florida Agricultural Extent W. H. SIMMONS'Registered
cleaning supplies together much heavy cleaning at one
slon Service.
In a basket or box witha time.
First of all, don't try to do handle. Carry the basket Land Surveyor '
all your cleaning In Just a few And don't forget to reward
when you start to clean In a
hectic days. Trying to do too yourself when the Job Is done. I
much work In too short a time room the and cleaning save unecessary supplies. tripsto After all, this is the season for P. O. Box 687 -:- Bunnell, Fla.

can make your overtired, short. new spring bonnets.HASTINGS .
and Your cleaner is time I ---- -. -
tempered, accidentprone.Ifs vacuum a has opened an office
been estimated that the and energy saver, too, so use I
average woman takes about 20* It whenever possible. When you! MATTRESS I '
000 steps every day-close to 8 ,take the vacuum cleaner out to & UPHOLSTRY WORKS upstairs over Citizens Bank

miles just walking around the clean the rug, take a few minutes 710.12 Lemon St. I

house doing her household to dust lampshades, book. Palatka. Florida for convenience
chores. cases, pictures, and hard-to I Phone EA 5.9166 your

Spring housecleaning requireseven reach ceilings. Don't forget to Furnlto Upholstering

more steps. So It'. to your vacuum upholstered furnitureonce Rtpolrto & Refinished Phone 437-3560

interest to plan and organize a week to protect the fabric. Made Mattresses 10 Order&,Also Box Renovated Springs

Use your cleaner to get the Call Laura Morris 437-3233 I have the notes of the lateD.
loose dirt off the mattress. Use ,
After 6:00 P. M.
CLASSIFIEDADS all your cleaner tools. They are PRICES REASONABLE.
shaped to reach loose dirt no BUDGET PLAN IF NEEDED.
matter where it happens to be. Just as near as your D. MOODY .
Phone or Post Office
When washing walls begin at Drop Us A Cord or Call

Listings under this heading are the bottom and work up, the Free Pick-up & Delivery
:3 cents o word. each Insertion
75 cents Is the minimum charge
S 5p
NIMROD Camping Trailers for .
Sale. Moody's Pharmacy, Bun.

nel!. May 13-tf r ,

LOST-Fox Terrier white body, : ... r.tf. '
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black-brown face, spayed female .'r ; .
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M. Rabinowitz, 3435; Olonvllle, : l'
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Ave., Bronx, New York City. V .

May 6.2tp ...',-",* <. :

FOR SALE-Fill dirt. Call 437
.
3768, Raymond. 5.6.4tp ;

FOR SALE-3 bedroom House,
'
bath, kitchen, living dining
room, attached garage, oak A 4AMG i
floors, 14 x 18 Florida room with
terrazzo floor. Price reasonable

Available June 5. Contact George

Moody, Sr., P.O. Box 62, Flagler
Beach.

-
Real Citato Opportunity
CAN YOU SELL?

Your own full-time business,
Real Estate, right in this area.
National company, establishedin ; '1 Ke 9CI
1900 largest In its fleld. (Un r
licensed f write us) Training and r .
instruction given in all phasesof
your operation. from Start to OAA
Success.!' All advertising, all
signs, forms supplies are fume
ished. Nation-wide advertising
brings Buyers from Everywhere.Can .. ...Jr'?'. I{
'
? You have .. "J. <
you qualify must ), I\.
initiative, excellent: character .. ,';;
(bondable), sales be financially '
&ommis. "

sion-volume can man.&.11.woman Writ.responsible.opportunity REALTY Informa That for. Don't settle for a small car.This .

Lion STROUT J. E.
Mann Area Supervisor, 1222 E.Colonial .

Dr., Orlando May 6-13-2tc Fla. Chrysler is priced less than $7a

FOR FILL DIRT and saw sharpening .


Phone COrs, 437-3669.UPHOLSTERY call Martin Harding.4.29.4tp Bunnell month more. See us. We deliver !


Fla. Hwy. 11, will pick up and \
deliver all furniture free. For

sample material and price on V.I EngM. ease .
labor call 4373673. April 22-tf Make wheelbase Over" Cubic Inch Monthly arterenceLength
/N Month
replacement Payments
SEPTIC TANK drain ,
cleaning '
;
.
CHRYSLER NEWPORT 124' 2182 343 U567 -
fields Installed; snail shelL Reasonable .
prices. Call George Ja- FORD OA1AXIC BOO 119 210.0 289 68.94 14.73 '..

rot ID 7-3410 fltfCONSTIPATED .. 4 CHCVROUT IMPALA 119 213.1 283 6894 6.73 r'

: OLDS F-89 CUTLASS 115 2044 33O 8928 '.41

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tTmea. rice Sea.* la
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& Mra. k mtoiton.power steering.power brake,radio and heater.Monthly payment*have been computed en
PHARMACYfor manufacturer wanted ret*. price on-O>trd down end M monlMy paymanta. Hoe Included are
vaarM 7RZX whNawal UTM. wheel cover*, d"UoaUon/
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sold eafc rear.v
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Tornado Control of meteoologlcal research for[say that a tornado is likely to II I
t the U.S. Weather Bureau In form in a certain FOR EFFICIENT SERVICE COME TO
Washington, D.C., "we could ob- mile area; their ,20ooo.square'l
, Is Goal Set for serve every tornado In the coun to whittle down BUDDY KNOX 66 SERVICE CENTEROn
!r try." area.
Weather Men Eventually, when weathermen AlA & N. 5th St., Flagler Beach
To collect data about tornadoes
f know the exact causes of a tor-
that Phone 439-9221
I Meteorologists believe weathermen attached to
able to nado, they may be able to prevent -
man may someday be the Bureau's Severe Storms Laboratory
Its formation, possibly bya
I tive thwart and tornadoes freakish, the storms desrtuc-that on campus the University at Norman of Oklahoma are- cloud-seeding technique.A Free Wash With Each Lube & Oil Change

have caused heavy loss of life flying. Into the violent thunderstorms tornado Is born several
In the spring of 1965. with which tornadoes are thousand feet above the ground.It .
I The current twisters have associated."The may never touch the earth, CREDIT CARD SALES NO DOWN PAYMENT

driven planks like spears big problem Is to under- or its spinning funnel may "
' bounce along the ground, leav- -- ---
, through solid masonry walls. A stand the dynamics of tornadoesand
=
ing some areas unscathed in the
black-top road In Michigan was ultimately to predict them I
rolled back as lilt were'a rug. says Dr. Spar. "Over the last I. path of destruction. Generally
five years we have succeededIn a tornado travels no more than I
Ordinary wind-measuring devices developing a somewhat more 20 to 40 miles, though some have Nou
are smashed by tornadlc satisfactory model of what environmental II gone 300.
winds moving perhaps 400 or conditions are The worst twister on 'record dee yowzp'redcictptto&t '
more miles an hour, the National ciated with tornadoes. asso'l" killed 689 and injured 1,980 per
I Geographic Society says. But good deal more work needs to sons in the Midwest in 1925. ...
. a new type of radar called the be done. Every state has been hit at
Doppler system will soon enable Another problem being stud. one time or 'another. But some 6tlnq q GUll,
research scientists to measure led by the Weather Bureau Is to states get more than their share. .
for the first time the fantastic develop an early warning and Texas averages 28 each year, ,
speeds of particles caught''up In communication system to alert Kansas 26, and Oklahoma 24. -w.-
the dark, rotating funnels of the the public, especially at times Tornadoes strike in the United .
storms. when most people would not be States more than elsewhere, but p GItq'tW
they also have occurred In Canada
Certain Conditions Prevail listening to their radios or ,
watching television. Africa, Central Asia, Australia ) Stme
I
Weathermen cannot yet pre Forecast ZoneWeathermen and New Zeland.
dict exactly when or where a were once forbidden .
deadly cone will burst from the to, mention for fear of Subscribe to The'Flogier Trlbun 437-3325 BUNNELL
'
clouds and scythe across the causing a panic. Now they can 1150 A Year In Advance
countryside., However, a certain
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"
combination, of conditions ap.
indispensable for a tor.
pears
nado's formation: moist, warm If disaster like this .
air at low levels and cool, dry a -"
air, at higher levels; a southerly
t wind at the surface and a strong ..

f.' wind blowing. direction.over it from a different should strike our town. .

r During the past few years,

meteorologists success In have detecting had increasing tornadoes how well would you be protected?

and following their progress ,
on radar screens. .
"If we had enough radars,"
says Dr. Jerome Spar, director

Here's proof that your best protection

comes through an. independent I
Timley Tips on
t insurance agent:

" Foods StorageThe
Most serious complaints ---- -
quality of food you serve '
" can be no better than the quality about payment of insur-

., you buy. ance claims arc made by
I' But it can be a lot worse, if
, who have insured
" not
people
you fall to handle and store it
properly, says Mrs. Gladys Ken their homes thru '
dall, marketing specialist, FlorIda
local established
agents, --
Agricultural Extension Serv- ; "l
.
.
ice.
.. says LegislativeInvestigating i
Mrs. Kendall offers a few
Committee
guide lines for storage of food:
Refrigerate eggs in the original
container or some other covered
container. Uncovered eggs lose In its Official Report on loss ad.
moisture through their; porous justments made in the wake of r '

shells. Hurricane Carla, the Committeeof
I Citrus fruits, pineapples, and the Texas House of Representatives
t melons actually have better
full credit for
. j keeping quality when left out gave respon-'i
of the refrigerator, at room sible performance to those com 1,

temperature panies represented by independent
Store potatoes carefully In a agents.
9 cool, dark, well ventilated place.In .
How to protect yourself.Vhen
shrivel
a warm place potatoes
and sprout. In a cold place, the disaster strikes and your home,
starch In potatoes turns to su car, or business is damaged, make

gar.Put sure you have an independent insurance
salad dressings in the re-
frigerator unless they're used agent on your side-a local

within a few days. Once opened, agent who made sure you had
Jams, Jellies, and peanut butter the right insurance with the right
keep best In the refrllerator.There's kind of company in the first place
no danger, ,of food beIng
who that
companies
represents
unsafe to eat when it is
kept in a refrigerator with a are noted for their fast, fair pay

temperature of 42 ,degrees F. or ment of claims. -

below, because food.poisoning We are local, independent in also when you have a loss. There ing,personal attention you need in

bacteria temperatures.Community can't. grow at these surance agents. We serve you first is no extra charge for our services. insurance protection The Big Dif-

...not only when you buy your car, As independent insurance ferenceincarhomeorbusinessinhome

mmwm ,or business insurance...but agents, we give you the continu surance.Callus..orstopinsoon.FJagler .


Memorial Church

AIR|r-4MMlBatlMl CONDITIONED County Insurance Agency, Inc.


FLAG R Ave BEACH \' V', CITIZENS BANK BUILDING You

I Sunday School 10:00 A.M. <** %...& I G81T
Church Service 11:00 A.M.
Bunnell, Fla. 437-3171
R. w. DICKER PuurBYBRYONH
WELCOMB I

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Thursday, May 13, 1965 THE FLAGLER TRIBUNE, BUNNELL, FLORIDA PAGE SEVEN

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Don't About before you grab that broom and home economists say. If you PERMANENT PRESS SLACKS I ida Agricultural Extension Serv

Worry dust cloth.Planning. I start at the top, dirty water will Permanent-press slacks are ice.

House ? not cleaning, shouldbe run over the soiled part of the made to outwear lower priced
Cleaning your first step. Make a list wall and cause hard-to-remove
One Bonefish
.
I garments. pair can save 18 grow by shrinking.When J
of all the cleaning want to streaks. Scrub water
you dripped on hours a year at the corning boardor the young fish reach'a.*
Stop worrying about spring accomplish, noting the time a clean, area is much easier to of in about three inches
an average $15 a year they actually
housecleaning and start enjoy each job should take. You can I wipe up. Wash the ceiling last. commercial shrink inch
laundry bills, according an or two before resuming -
ing these warm, beautiful spring while
do many Jobs sitting
Fit small cleaning jobs like to Miss Elizabeth Dick. growth to attain full
I
days. down. Plan to alternate them Flor length of about 36 inches.
washing window sills, or a enson, clothing specialist,
If you plan and organize your with heavy cleaning Jobs.
kitchen cabinet door on the refrigerator -
cleaning, you won't need to Store your cleaning equipmentand door, or cleaning out

spend exhausting days cleaning supplies neatly In a con bureau drawers into the daily

house say home economists with venlent place. Store smaller es. routine. Do not try to do too
the Florida Agricultural Exteatsiorl sentlal cleaning supplies together much heavy cleaning at one W. H. SIMMONS'Registered

Service. in a basket or box witha I time.
First of all, don't try to do handle. Carry the basket I Land Surveyor '

all your cleaning In Just a few when you start to clean in a I And don't forget to reward
to do too yourself when the job is done. '
hectic days. Trying :
much work In too short a time room the and cleaning save unecessary supplies. tripsto I After all, this is the season for P. O. Box 687 -:- Bunnell Fla.

can make your over-tired short- new spring bonnets.HASTINGS .
Your cleaner is time ----- -. -
tempered, and accident-prone. vacuum a has opened an office
It's been estimated that the and energy saver, too, so use
it whenever possible. When you MATTRESS '
average woman takes about 20, I
000 steps every day-close to 8 .take the vacuum cleaner out to & UPHOLSTRY WORKS upstairs over Citizens Bank

miles-Just walking around the clean the rug take a few minutes 710-12 Lemon St. I \

house doing her honsehold to dust lampshades, book. Palatka Florida for convenience
chores. cases pictures, and hard-tq- Phone EA 59166 I your ';

Spring housecleaning requireseven reach ceilings. Don't forget to Furolhi- Upholstering y

more steps. So it's_ to your vacuum upholstered furnitureonce Repaired & Refinished Phone 437-3560 '
Mattresses & Box
Springs
a week to protect the fab
Interest to plan and organize Mad 10 Order.Also RenovatedCall
'J
rlc. Use your cleaner to get the
loose dirt off the mattress. Use Laura Morris 4373233 I have the notes of the late I
After 6:00 P. M.
CLASSIFIEDADS all your cleaner tools. They are PRICES REASONABLE. j
shaped to reach loose dirt no BUDGET PLAN IF NEEDED.
matter where it happens to be. Just as near as your D. D. MOODYDon't .
Phone or Post Office A
When washing walls, begin at Drop Us A Card or Call
the bottom and work the Free &
Listings under this hooding oneS up, Pickup Delivery j
ctafs a word each 1n zUom.
---- ----- -
75 cents is the minimum charge -
.
NIMROD Camping Trailers for ,.

Sale. Moody's Pharmacy, Bun. \I i

nell. May 13-tf ,

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1
LOST-Fox Terrier white body, ,
t A' rU ,J/,. ,,:', ,
: :
-" '" black-brown face, spayed fe ,. \ 'if' .. ...
male, name Puff. Reward. Phone ',' ; .. >}\ 1.. ; 'i'''.'
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collect N.Y.C. 0L-5.2288. Mrs. .\, "II'0 ) ,.. .'
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3435 Olomrille,
M. Rablnowitz ,
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Ave., Bronx New York City. .!. .' N '.

May 6.2tp 0 a c r .1.

FOR SALE-nil dirt. Call 437 I\ .

3768, Raymond. 6-4tp "

FOR SALE-3 bedroom House, Ji

bath, kitchen, living dining 4
_
room, attached garage, oak _
floors, 14 x 18 Florida room with
terrazzo floor. Price reasonable

Available June 5. Contact George ,\
Moody, Sr., P.O. Box 62 Flagler '
{ '
Beach.
-
Real Estate) Opportunity

CAN YOU SELL? .
Your own full-time business,
Real Estate, right in this area.
National company, established J'j J
in 1900, largest in its field. (Un 'j
,
licensed?*write us) Training and yr, ,* wcfa.. r N 1
Instruction given In all phases "
CIOAA
of yoUr operation from Start to as ,1
Success. All advertising, all
signs, forms, supplies are furn I I'JI
ished. Nation-wide advertising 1< .
,
;'" .
s .'.
'
brings Buyers from Everywhere.Can ",11', :.;
you qualify? You must have. '
Initiative, excellent character I 4'
(bondable), sales ability be fin
andally responsible. Commis }

sion-volume can .811 woman Write today opportunity for Information That forman I settle for a small car.

STROUT REALTY, J. E.
Mann Area 1222 E.
Supervisor

Colonial Dr. Orlando May 6-13 Fla.-2tc This Chrysler is priced less than $7a

FOR FILL DIRT and saw sharp.


enlng.Phone COX'S 4373669.UPHOLSTERY call Martin Harding.4.29.4tp BunnellFla. i month more. See us. We deliver !


Hwy 11, will pick up and
deliver all furniture free. For

sample material and prices on .
V 8 Engine Base "'
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labor call 4373673. April 22-tf Make Wheelbate Ow C4.1blc Inch MonthlyPayments Dtf' .nc. < "';t ;
length Displacement P' Month \ '""1'1; \

SEPTIC TARS cleaning; drain .,; I. CHRYSUR NEWPORT 124 2182 383 U567 ',It:.",:.
fields installed; mail shelL Reasonable >I! ,'. 1'I,
Ja- FORD OA1AXIC 500 119 210.0 289 58.94 16.73
Call George
prices. '. "'r
'" 119 213.1 283 58." 6.73 .
roz. ID 7-3410 i-I-tf CHCVROUT IMPALA '' 'q

.. OLDS f-83 CUTLASS 115 204.3 330 8928 ...1 to' ", i''
CONSTIPATED? '
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T. preTe PKUM-EVAC aUt.!afPnraea. BUICX SPECIAL SKYLARK 115 203.4 300 5865 7.02 /t, P'H ,
Flge A Ariesa werlfeU.Mt. H
m beet a.4 asset stAtereJfcarrr BASIS Of COMPARISON model are 2-4oor hardtop*equipped Mth V-8....lnt>.wtonutte Iran (
&a.tm. tMOOOTS .......power steering,power brake,radio and. ....tet.MontMy peJ"Mfttlwe I been computed en ., .
nUlMACT manufacturers retal price one-ttitrd down and 36 month/paymentNot Included are '
for (.taeroiie Britain BAJcTLJB .r tt>e extras you pey for on practiceany new can wtutewafl lv.*. tfetuie wheel covers damnation 0 !
4* tablets fer ,... Over I.HMMoU clMrie. state and local tale. Interest.Insurance and Hcentinf fee*.
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I', Seen of 80 minutes in summer. "While ter, during the pressure createdby 6f sun by sticking to a .rigid movement for repeal. Daylight
Hope daylight surrounds us," he said,] World War I, Britain-as wellas system of time." time did not return to the Nation
"cheerfulness reigns, anxieties Germany-adopted fast timeto as a whole until World War
The first U.S. law, passed In
Easing DaylightTime press less heavily, and courageis conserve power and fuel. Today IL Again repealed after the
March, 1918, lasted only two
bred for the struggle of life." many European countries, war, It has since spread to almost
Farmers who said their
Daze ,
Saving This time It was London's turn from Iceland to Italy, have day years. all large cities and over
cows milk an hour after
to laugh down the suggestion.A light saving! time. gave many entire states.
the milk trains passed, led the
During the daylight saving respected astronomer thundered .
I -
than a watch Is who Willett's American counter. ----
,months, more : "The only people
needed to tell time throughoutthe have shifty time are savages part was Robert Garland of I
United States. Pittsburg. Crusading for day.
Supported by Churchill light time Garland declaredthat
A calendar and a map help, But Willett got the support of only man, of all living "
but a traveler can still be an Winston Churchill, who was things," Is so stupid as to deprive j:. '
hour early or late for an appointment serving as Home Secretary. La himself of an extra hour I
If he hasn't determ ---.- I .. .
ined whether the communityhe's "t.. NMr.rw..wW.
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entering Is on dalyllght '
: THE ROYAL
24 HourWrecker
standard time.
saving or '/
Service TREATMENTThe 4a
At present, 15 states have daylight ,
saving time throughouttheir

states Jurisdictions allow local, option.Another. The 16 Flagler Truck & Tractor CO.

remaining 19 either make no MASSEY-FERGUSON "red carpet treat. turn again and again-you

{ provision for daylight saving Grove Farm Industrial Equipment ment" isn't necessarily remake sure they feet'welcome
time or prohibit It. served for royalty. You put your best foot for.

VIRGIL DECKER Phone ID 7.3242 ward. You act the role of,the
Travelers who need to stayon The truth'of the matter Is ,
local time find themselves Owner Bunnell, FloridaWUVLVVWVW that the established and sue- pleasant host.

adjusting their watches over _. cessful local merchant considers By the same token, the local -
and over again. Before West _..... ....."' ... -. .... .....- -
>W. ..... ..,..v....J'... .. ..... every customer who merchant "rolls out the
Virginia adopted statewide day.
I" light saving time In 1963, a motorist FOR ALL HOURS-DAY OR NIGHT "I I enters his store a Very Important ,carpet" because he wants
would have to reset his Person. your business tomorrow as

watch seven times on one 35- AMBULANCE There's nothing complicated webs today.It makes tense

I mile run.Unifority pHoNEVAey4625OUlA )| ] about it. When youInvite How long since you have .

Sought V ll/Hr ST. AUGUSTINE FLORIDA guests to your home given local business establishments -

The confusion Is now getting for the first time-someone the opportunity to
attention from Congress. Hopingto Never be beslunt{ about calling a Garcia Ambulance. We you would like Jo have re* give you the VIP treatment?

make a modest start toward are always /at your' service with promptness, safety and

uniformity, legislators have in experience: .
traduced I bills requiring states
using daylight time to make Equipped With Oxygen Resusitator and Inhalator Trade Qt Home f rY IMO l k1!
the changeover on the last Sun
Garcia Funeral HomeP. stO e aAOOlly Pre naI
day 1m April and on the last I
Sunday In October. As it stands, E. GARCIA, Licensed Funeral Director
the states do not even agree on LADT ASSISTANT I
when to start and end daylight i
,
time, though the last Sundays In - -
April and October are most
.
commonly chosen. S
Proponents of uniformity hope
Congressional action will help
solve some of the confusion and
frustatlon that arises from local
determination of daylight or '
standard time.Railroads -L
and bus lines must

print extra timetables, and:
broadcasters find It necessary to
tape and save television programs .
for showing at prime

I time.
t Benjamin Franklin proposed
I daylight saving time when he
was United States Minister to i
France. He calculated that Pa.
risians needlessly burned can
dIes for 1,281 hours In spring
and summer when they could
have for nothing "the beauti
! ful and pure light of the sun."
I Paris laughted him down.
Not until 1907 was the Idea
revived, this time by an Eng.
lishman, William Willett advocated
that clocks be advanced
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DAIRY COWS STILL S

BREAKING RECORDSFlorida _

dairy cows continue to
break records In milk produc
tion.
f The 1964 state average for all Impala Sport Stdan,f cut om of
IS modtlt in On Number Out KM
cows on the Dairy Herd Improvement
Association test was .
9,001 pounds of milk and 370
pounds of butterfat, according to Success hasn't gone to its price
Extension Dairyman C. W.

Reaves, Florida Agricultural Extension .

Service. After all don't the No. 1 things like however much
This amounts to 9,150, poundson you get place as you go. ,.
a corrected milk basis (or stay there year after year after year) economy or excitement you'd want our

and Is 392 pounds higher than unless you give people a lot for their SEE THE U.S.A. miserly 140-hp Six to our ferocious

the 1963 average. It Is 1,666 money.That, Chevrolet does. Look what's THE NO 1 WAY TurboJet V8 325 hp on order.
pounds higher than the 1959 average new for 1965. Everything. Besides price, one other thing hasn't

Like the handsomest new styling you've changed: Chevrolet's traditional resale
Reaves says that If the average ever turned around for another glance at. ........... value still so good you won't believe
increase of 333 pounds of Like Chevrolet's Jet-emooth ride, even it until you get it. So get it (along with
last five
the
milk each for
years continues year, the goal of 10- better now with Wide-Stance to steady all that's new) at your Chevrolet dealer's.

000 pounds per cow will be Red Hot and RoIH=1 See your Chevrolet dealer for a new CHEVROLET CHEVCLLC CHEVY H CORY AMi
reached within three years. --

09-1085
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