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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: November 25, 1965
Publication Date: -1981
Frequency: weekly
regular
 Subjects
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 )
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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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Holding Location: University of Florida
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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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53, NO. 47 BUNNELL, FLORIDA, THUURSDAY NOV. 25, 1965 $2.5O A YEAR

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KahlertNominated RevaluationOf I November 25 1965
: Tommy Thanksgiving Day ,, Water SofteningPlant

For PropertyIs Today we celebrate Thanksgiving throughoutthis Election Is

wonderful land of ours. Over the years we have

I Military Academy Explained I stopped in our busy hustle ,and bustle everyday worldto On December 7

\ Cadet Lieutenant Thomas A.I| At a meeting Monday evening give thanks for the blessings that we have received Ed. Note This Is the third of a

Kahlert, son of Mr. and Mrs. An. In the civic center building representatives during the past year. series of articles prepared by the
thony W. Kahlert of Bunnell of the II. 1. Yoh Today let us all take stock of ourselves let us engineering firm the city pro.

has been nominated by Colonel Co. explained to a small crowd ask the question "What do we have to be thankfulfor poses to employ to design 'and
t, Woodrow Light, president of how real property Is revalued. Install a water softening treat
Gordon Military College atBarnesville Guy Douglas, Yoh representative I ? mint plant here.
Ga.,to compete with In charge of the work In Many of us can be thankful that we are allowedto The citizens of Bunnell are re '
candidates from other military this county, said field men are believe in God and to worship him in our own way. minded that the December 7th

schools for appointment to the now revaluing property In the We can be thankful that we do not live in a country day for voting yes or no for a
United States Military Academyand beach area and would soon be where we are denied freedom of worship, free municipal water softening and
United States Air Force In Bunnell. removal Is
the iron plant only
speech, and the ability to choose our friends and as-
Academy. I Mr. Douglas explained what twelve days away. It you have
Each year the Department of steps field men take In getting sociates. not already decided which way
I the Army, after a nationwide data on individual property. He Much'can be said about those things that we dis- you are going to vote, you are
evaluation of all Army ROTC said that homes, business buildings like and things over which we as individuals have urged to study the matter care. '

units selects the most proficientunits etc. would be measured little control. However if,we stop to count our bless- fully. If you need answers to 1
and awards the selected from outside to arrive at square your questions ask your Com
ings we may find that we are not as bad off as many
schools the designation of Military footage In the building. The missioner and attend the open
School Honor ROTC Unit. people we can think of in other countries.So Hall December
field man will also want to see meeting at City on
Gordon Military College was the Interior of the house, es on this Thanksgiving Day November 25, 6th. Technical and financial
awarded this designation for pecially homes.He 1965 let us renew our faith ever being mindful of( people will be there to answer ,I

the school year 1964-65 and said that housewives our Creator and his promise to us. your questions.This .
President Light was authorizedby should not worry whether the I Is the third of a series of .
the Department of the Armyto house is In order or not as the QuarterbackClub Southern Bell four articles prepared to point )
nominate three students Ito man would be looking for condi out the advantages and disadvantages
compete for appointments to tions of the building Inside.In Installs of having municipal
each of the three U.S. Service event the owner is not at Pays Flagler treatment of the water The first

Academies.To home when the field man comesa two articles discussed the quality *
be eligible for considers card will be left on the door New Officers County Taxes deficiencies In Bunnell'a well

tlon a cadet must be a graduate knob. It Is requested that the George M. Moody was Install. M. S. Moore, District Manager water and some of the problems
or potential graduate of Gordon owner fill out the card and mall. and that
ed as Captain of the Bunnell of the Southern Bell Telephone annoyances are attrib
during the' 64-65 or 65-66 school He also said that Information quarterback Club at their last Company delivered a check to utable to these deficiencies. This
year, he must stand In the up pertaining to the house will meeting of the year Tuesday Tax Collector Dale Brown Tuesday article will describe the system
per one third of his graduating have to be given by a responsible night. Installed to serve with for the amount of $16,933.03 selected for treatment of the

class and must have demon. adult. him was Lew Wadsworth as Co. paying the 1965: tax bill for Sou water how much it will cost for
strated outstanding leadership Afmthe valuation Is com Captain and Johnny Lynn as them Bell In Flagler County. construction, how the City Com
h abilities. pleted a notice will be sent 'to Secretary-treasurer. Coy Harris The total tax bill was $17,661.* mission plans to pay for Its con. "
i This year 30 cadets competed each owner to provide for a private is the retiring Captain.Guests 49 with the November discount struct Ion -and operation, and .t :
j for the Cordon nominations andy Interview, If needed to .dis_ of. 700.46. how much It" will cost the user.' .
.lub included
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CadetL t -Kahlert q us+ tusf'th4 ntrlue esfIIbflshis& The final article will summarizethe q
Junior and Sen.
of the
the five selected. Cadet Kahlert The company will move from members
points made In the first
Is second' cadet at Cor I lor Varsity Teams and also Jun Gainesville To
a year Bunnell area to the western section lor and Senior Cheerleaders. three and will attempt to clear
don. of the county to make valuations .
Wives of the Club members were up any general questions raised.
Honor
of farms and timber BillyMatthews The method selected for the
I also guests.
George Newton lands. Letters were presented to the treatment of Bunnell's water I.a Is
Junior and Senior football modified lime-soda process.

Running for JudgeCeo. i teams. Bill Harris was 'voted the' December:' 7th will be "Billy The slightly acid nature of the
BROTHER OF MRS. I well water allows the hardness
most Improved member of the Matthews Day" In Gainesville. ,
B. Newton Palatka attorney I
STEFL1K HERE Vanity team and Fred Harris Mayor Ed Turlington .issued a causing minerals to occur: in so-,
and long time official
I was voted the best lineman. The proclamation at the City Commission lutlon as bicarbonate Lime Is
court reporter of the seventh FOR A VISIT I best sportsmanship award was meeting Monday setting! added to make the water alka

Judicial circuit Johns composed of Steve Szucs of brother I, given to Dan Cody. I that day to honor Congressman line and In an alkaline water,
Putnam., St. Flagler and Hungary, the bicarbonates
are converted
of R. D. ( ) Matthews.A .
Is This was the last meeting Billy
Volusla counties announces of Mrs. Frank Stefllk Sr., to carbonates. Carbonates I
Club tor the 1965 football Is being plannedby are
the
that he will be a candidate for here for a visit with his brother program '
Insoluble
relatively
will be civic clubs to tribute to and are pre j
The next meeting pay
the circuit judgeship to be vacated I In law and sister Mr. and Mrs. season.
i held at the beginning of the the Congressman who has an dplUNru and and removed, thus I'I'j
Frank Stefllk Sr at their homeIn
by the retirement of JudgeP. hardness
removing to the limits\
Football season In 1966. outstanding 'f1'V.C'tInn. to theart'a
B. Revels.An Bimini. of carbonate solubility which Is ,
This Is Mr. Szucs' first visit to
official court reporter about 70 parts per million. The
since 1940 and member of the the United States. He is a retired A marine chameleon the yellow particular modification of this
farmer from the fin as viewed at MEMORIAL SERVICE
Florida Bar since 1949 NewtonIs Hungarian grouper process planned for this Install.
a post president of the Put. Government Cooperative. Mrs. Marlneland of Florida Is usual FOR MRS. SECKNER atlon makes use of a sand catalyst .
nam County Bar Association, Stefllk visited for three weeks' In ly a dark color. But when It Is SUNDAY MORNINGThere upon which the carbonateIs
and Is presently the association's Hungary with her brother and alarmed It changes color to will be a Memorial deposited. This modification-

secretary treuul'ff' other relatives last year. blend with Its surrundings. Service Sunday morning at the allows much smaller settling 1

Community Memorial Church In units and the resulting solidmaterial :
MAJORETTE SECTION OF BUNNELL SCHOOL BANDThe Flagler Beach for Mrs. RoseSeckner removed presents no
who died November 8 problem In Its disposal. The

in New York state. settling' process' docs not remove I
Mrs. Seckner was a charter all the precipitated carbonate
member of the Church and was so the water Is filtered through i
active In the church affairs. She sand for complete removal of
i had resided for the put two suspended matter. All treatment
years In IIIon New York with units are fabricated' at the factory .
her daughter.The and are shipped ready for
I two daughters, Mrs. Marie settling' on concrete pads and
"p Dlstefano of Illon and Mrs. Ruth connecting the piping.' The water
: : Stafford of Nixon, N. J. are here Is pumped from the wells ,I
T and will attend the Service Sun. through the treatment units and '
day morning. Is discharged Into the existing
ground storage tanks and Is
7 F. E. C. RAILROAD pumped, using the existing
PAYS BACK TAXE5 pumping' station, to the elevated \
The Florida East Coast Rail tank for distribution. Thus max.
,
S ; t 1. road paid their' 193 and 1901 'Imum use Is made of existing t J
5 back taxes to Flagler County facilities for minimum overallcost t

i Tax Collector, Dale Brown, last of construction. A plant'
week. building for housing the chemical
Mr. Brown said the 1X3 tax feed equipment' and lime

Majorette Section of the Drum Majorette; Betty Lynn Band In Dixie" for many years, bill amounted to $23.71433 storage will be constructed. ;
Bunnell School Band. Reading Bourne, Ann Bourne Johnnie attended the District Contest which Included the penalty of Construction of this type of
from left to right: Shirley Town. Ruth }Miller and Carol heM, held In Jacksonville Saturday. H161.C3. plant'U the least expensive and
send, Brenda Murray, Sandra Majorettes. They were led In the drills and The 19C4 taxes for the Railroad Is of simple type much of
Owens Sherry Hargett. all ma The Bunnell School Band. marching by the Majorette Sec and the penalty amounted to which can be done by local pea

jorettes: Marjorie Lee Blakely, known as The Biggest Little tion. 12'.001.3-. (Continued on page 3)j .

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PAGE TWO 1'1111 FLAGLER TRIBUNE, BUNNELL, FLORIDA Thursday, Nov. 25, 1965

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NOTICE OF SALEl To Mr. Mleciys lit TUB CIRCUIT COURT. SEVENTH -
I REQUEST FOR BIDS I law Koczwanskl of Bunnell. Flor- I JUDICIAL CIRCUIT IN
AND FOR FLAGLER
Notice 1. hereby given that the ( i da. I COUNTY
FLORIDA. VAlID NO. S183
East Flagler Mosquito Control DIstrict 1 You are hereby \
ler Beach. Florida, willaccept I Ford 'Galaxle HT I.D. .Number I MATTHEW r J. MOSES
Call On Us sealed I bid at the office local I 4A66V202444 will bft sold at public I' Plaintiff
ed 7 miles north of Flakier Beach on sale at Bunnell Motor Co. 11 o MOER,-
Highway AlA up to and until COO clock on the 1st day of December ,' VERA .
P. M. on Monday December Utn, 1965. at Bunnell Florida. Defendant.
1965, or postmarked prior to that The proceeds of the sale will be I NOTICE TO APPEAR.

time and date for the followingfor applied first to the payment of the THE STATE OF FLORIDA. TO:
i
fiscal year ending September costs of retaking, storing and sale VERA MOSER
30, 1966. I of said I motor vehicle and the cost 219 E. 28th Street
lot publication of notice of sale and Brooklyn. New York
Furnish apporxlmately 10,000 then to the satisfaction of the bal- You are hereby notified that a
be de
Oil to
No. 2 Fuel
livered to the District's Storage ance due under the contract eov- suit for divorce nas been filed against -
When Tank at shop north of Flagler I eringthe a fu.Ofwrlldbem you In the above entitled
Beach Florida. In quanltle suit- vehicle. Any .urD paidto cause and you are hereby requiredto
and will remain liable
able for the capacity of storagetanks you you serve upon Plaintiffs Attorney
balance remaining unpaid
which I ii approximately 6,500 for any whose name and address appear
gallons. Quotations to all under said contract. hereon your written defense If
applicable taxes and to becflrm bid HARRY ATKINSON. any to the Bill of Complaint In
based on 60 degree F. Temperatureand I 1'res. Bunnell )Motor Co., Inc. said suit, on or before the llth
to state term of payment. Nov. 25-ItcIV day of December. 1965, else decree
pro confesso will be entered against *

Furnish approximately 2.000 gal TIIR CIRCUIT COURT OF you.WITNESS.
Ion Regular Gasoline. Gasoline KLACILKR COUNTY FLORIDA my hand and seal of
You Need hall meet all of the minimum requirements IV CHANCERY NO. 1168 aid Court this 8th day of November
for regular grade gasoline IRENE RUSSO A. D. 1966.
a. set forth by the Departmentof Plaintiff.SALVATORE ( SMYTHE
Agriculture of the State of Flor- v. OftlcialCSealofaid
ida a* authorized by Chapter 525, RUSB O.fendant.NOTICE Court
Julia R.
Florida Statute, 1961. Gasoline In* By Harvey
pectlon Law and Octane numbershall TO IKFENDTHE Deputy Clerk
be 90 or better. Gasoline to STATE OF FLORIDA. TO; W. L. Wadsworth..
delivered to the District's Head SALVATORE RUSSO. P. O. Box: 896
Quarter. north of Flagler Beach, whose residence and post office Bunnell Florida
Florida In quantities for storage' are unknown. t Plaintiff
tank facilities. Bidder to furnish You are hereby notified that 'a Nov. *rl2or.t: Dec 2-4tc
storage tank of 500 gallon capacity suit has been filed against you In
GOODPrinting with dispensing pump and me the above entitled cause; and you IN TUB CIRCUIT COURT OF
ter. Quotations to Include all applicable are hereby required to rlihr.o'b"O answer FLAGLKIt COUNTY. FLORIDA
taxes and'to be a firm bid, with the Clerk t, IN CHANCERY NO. S133: :
stating terms of payment. and to serve a copy thereof uponthe WILLIAM J. NUGENT.:

Furnish approximately 2.000 gal plaintiff Ions of UP. Gas delivered to the whose name ana address v. -
District's Headquarters north of SAMUEL V. HOLCH MARION F. NUQENT
Flagler Beach Florida. Bidder to 110 North Third Street Defendant.

furnish storage tank and dispensing Palatka Florida NOTICE TO DEFEND
pump with meter. Quotations to'' not later than December 16. A. D. THE STATE OF FLORIDA. TO:
be Firm bid. 1965. MARION F. NUGENT
Bids will be opened at the office It you fall to do so, decree pro 246 E. 199th Street
on Wednesday December 15th 1965 confesso will be entered ..galn.ttOU Bronx, New York,
at 5:00 P.M.Successful for the relief demanded In the You are hereby notified that a
bidder will be notified of complaint. The nature of suit has been filed against you In
following the District's tabulation' aid suit being for divorce.WITNESS the above entitled cause; and you
of bids my hand and seal of are hereby required answer
said Court this 16th day of No- ktoorlhr.oUJo
: with the t,
The District reserves the rightto
vember A.?). 1965.
reject any and all bids and to and to serve a copy thereof upon
I (Official Seal) E. A SMYTHE
the plaintiff or plaintiff
waive any Informalities In bidding. Clerk of said Circuit Court attorney,
whose name ana address I*;
EAST FLAOLER MOSQUITO By Julia R. Harvey RAY SELDEN
CONTROL DISTRICT Deputy Clerk Selden Bulldlnl'Dayton.
Lyman I* Gage, Secretary. Nor. 18.25 & Dec. 2-9-4tc Beach. Florida
Nov. 25 ft Dec. 2-2tc
not later than December 4th. A. D.
NORTH OHMOVD DRAINAGE 1965.
iv TIIK COUNTY jr )GK* If you fall to do decree
l\ ANI) FOIL "'LAm.. 1t (COUN NOTICE OP I.ANDOWNFRS A confesso so pro
will be entered
OFFICE FORMS TY. KMIHIIIA. IN I'ROIIATB NO. MEETINGNotice you for the relief demanded against in the
In He: Estate of Is hereby given that a bill of complaint. The
nature of
ROSE MARIE SECKNER. meeting of the Owners of Land situated said suit being for divorce.
Deceaa..d.NOTlrfl In the North Ormond Drainage WITNESS hand
my and seal of
TO rilFDITOHH District In Volusla and Flag said Court this 2nd
TO ALL, PERSONS HAVING ANY dX Novem
ler Counties Is hereby called to beheld A.
ENYELOPESINVOICES
CLAIMS OR DEMANDS AGAINST at the office of the District at ( rhc IDIe r:5.E.: A. 8UYTHE
TUB ESTATE OF: ROSE MARIE
420 Heabreete Boulevard Daytona
Clerk
of said Circuit Court
SECKNEH. DECEASED. Beach Florida same being In the
By Julia
1C
Pursuant to Section 735.06, Florida County of Volusla I Wednesday, Harvey
Statutes, notice Is her..byII'lv..n osno' Deputy Clerk
December 1. 1965 at P/M. Nov. 4.11.II.U-Uo
that an order has been entered -
for the purpose of electing Supervisors
by this court declaring administration and for any other buslneM 'TUB CIRCUIT COURT
OF
of the estate of HOSE that may come before the meeting FLAf.LKH COUNTY FLORIDA
MARIE SECKNEH. Deceased as I At such election, each and every I.V CIIAVCKRY NO. BUM
LETTER 'HEADSBUSINESS unnecessary. Kindly govern yourselves I acre of land In the District shall Richard W. Tlnsman
accordingly. First f.UbIiCIi- represent one share and each owner
tlon: November 25th. shall be entitled one vote In person ".. Plaintiff.
/sT.. K. McKNfIHTCounty or by proxy ol In writing, duly Linda Ann Copeland TinsmanNOTICE
JudgeNov. signed for each acre of land owned silent.
CARDSSTATEMENTS 25 & Dec. 2-9-16-4tcMKQIK4T
DpP'ICy
by him In such District. Guardiansmay TO .,
represent their Wards Execu- THE STATE OF FLORIDA TO:
FOR RID tors and Administrators may represent LINDA ANN COPELANb TINS-
Notice Is hereby given that the the Estate of deceased persons MAN
Hoard of County Commissioner of and Private Corporation may whose residence and post officer
Flagler County Florida will receive be represented" by their officers o address are unknown.
sealed bids at the office of duly authorized Agents.It You are hereby notified that a
the Clerk of the Circuit Court. Is ordered that this Notice be suit has been filed against you In
Bunnell. until 9 A. M. December 6th. published once a week for two consecutive the above entitled cause; and you
1965. for the following: week In the DaytonaBeach are hereby required to file
BILL HEADS Fx your an*
One (1) 30 to 35 ton boy Trail
> Observer a newspaper pubFlorida* swer with the Clerk of this Court.
er. prefer one that load from side. lished In Volusl County. and to serve a copy thereof upon
Also tractor truck to pull same. and The Flagler Tribune a "tiews the plaintiff or plaintiff attorney
Will consider new or used. Also paper> published In Flagler County. whose name and address Is:
RULED FORMS have a 25 ton Missouri Mule to Florida. Date of first publication RAY SELDEN
trade In. Truck and Loboy may November 11. 1965. Selden Building
bit seen at 'stockade.The BOARD OF SUPERVISORSV.
Board reserves the tight to Guy Day Secretary. not laterythan December 4th ,A. D.
and all bids. Nov. 11.II'Z5-3tc 1965.It.
rei teo3nt
:
TICKETS and TAGS ) Bunnell. Florida, this you fall to do .o. decree pro
Kth day of November 1965. I IV TIIH CIRCUIT COI'HT OK confesso will be entered against
GEORGE R. WICKLINE. I KLAUL.KK CO!'NTY. FLORIDA you for the relief demanded in the
Chairman Hoard of County IV ('IIAN"t.ltY' NO. SIM bill of complaint. The nature of
Commissioners I JOHN (I. SWEEK. said suit being for divorce.

ATTEST: Plaintiff said lCourtthis) nand seal of
E. A. SMYTHE. Clerk ay
"' K ()' Nonm.
CIRCULARSANNOUNCEMENTS Nov. 1825-2toii PHYLLIS I'. A. D. 1n.
SWEfltndant. Official Seal) E. A. SMYTHE
TUB CIRCUIT cornr OK NOTICH TO DKKKVIl Clerk or said Circuit Court
KI.AUI.KIl ('OI' TT. KI.OIIIUA TilE STATE OF FLORIDA TO: By Julia It. Harvey
iv riiAvrF.RY! NO. SI_T PHYLLIS I' SWEEK Clerk
PIETRO MAUTINO RKD Mill Pond Road No" 4.11.18.2-4teDeputy

rlalntlfr.v. St. James Lone Island
'. New York. l.v TUB rorvLEONARD TY "l'UGR' COURT
ISIDORA MARTINO. You are hereby notified that a 111 AND .olt t'1..U.LEIt+ COUN: .
Defendant. suit has been filed against you In TV FLOIt1UA. FILE 740.
NOTICE TO Ai'1'EAll the above entitled cause: and you IN HE: Estate of
THE STATE OF FLORIDA TO: are hereby required ktoorlbr.o'b"O answer FA RNS WORTHHfltt.
ISIDOIIA MARTINO. with the .d.
whose residence and post office and to serve a copy thereof upon NOTICE/ TO CRIDIDecea;
are unknown. the plaintiff or plaintiffs' attorney.whose To .n creditors and .n
persons
You are hereby notified that a name ana address Is; having claims or demands
suit has been filed against you In RAY 8KLDENHelden I said I estate, against
We Don't Do The MostPRINTING the above entitled cause: and you BuildingDaytona You and each ot are hereb
are hereby required to file your answer Beach. Florida notified and .Iou.
with the Clerk of this Court, not later than December II, X D. claims and present any
and to serve copy thereof upon 194J.
the plaintiff or plaintiffs attorneywhose It you fall to do so. decree pro
name and address Is; confesso: will b* entered against
SAMUEL V. 1IOLCII you for the relief demanded In the '
110 North Third Street bill of complaint. The nature of
Palatka. Florida aid suit being for divorce. :
not later than December 18. A.D. WITNESS my hand and seal of {
IMS. aid Court this 8th day of Novem
If you fall to do so. decree pro her A. D. 1965.
confesso will be entered against Official Seal) E. A. SMYTH.
But We Do Some of the Best for the relief demanded In the Clerk ot said Circuit Court In wrltln.. and moil .tat. tbi plate
tOil
of complaint The nature ofWITNE..qs By Julia It. Harvey of the
aid suit being for divorce. Deputy Clerk claimantdandsmos(be sworn
seal Nov. 1113-1 AIV Dec to by
my han and of : i-4te claimant his
aid Court this 16th day of November his attorneyVor it will agent, or
A.IX 19*$. TIIH CIRCUIT COURT B'VKVTII : according fo mow.fleece heroine cold
(Official Seal) sail SMYTH E JUDICIAL riHCl'IT IV & Creditor
Clerk of circuit Court All: ) FOIl KUAULKR COUNTY, l Copies of shillclaim sine
By Julia R. Harvey "1.6Rlln.:1: NO. able the county Judge to
I'I Deputy Clerk MARGARET C E3TRH. toDated to mall one

Nov. 1I-2S *: Dec I-t-
TIlE rorjiTY jvixjfr* rornr WYLIE T. &B&Jlri1tsrwietl .
IV AND FOR FL.JLKU COIVTT. ESTES.Defendant.. .ot the Estate
Dial 437-3282 FLORIDA. IV PROBATE. NOTICE TO APPEAR .
cA"n NO. TilE STATE OF. _) 1DA. TO: : n oIU
I IN ItE: Estate of WYLIE T. KSTKS 4th. November

PAUL, R VOOE SR. (/0 Mr, *. William It. Estes No"UUU4t.f, .
j Deceased.VOTiCE LJncolnton Georgia
t- TO rnKDITORH You are hereby notified that a
All creditors of the estate of suit for divorce has been filed a*
PAUL R. VOGEL. BR. deceased gainst you In the above entitlered lEbt 3la
are hereby notified and r.qul cause and you are hereby required : ltr grtbunr
a.. ; ... to file any claims or demands to serve upon Plaintiffs Attorney,
b. which they may have against said whoa* name and address appear RUNNELL:
." .. estate In the office of the County hereon your written defense If FLORIDA
,' Judge of Flatter County, Florida, any. to the Dill of Complaint In
In the courthouse at Bunnell. Florida said suit on or before the llth day LItS, XPL FULLER. senor:
\ The within six calendar months of December 194S. else decree pro
: from 0\biIl1to le.beJ first Publication i Nnf.." will be enter** against DeelpatN
!: claim or 'ou. _...NFe1 I.. a"
demand must be In writing and WITNESS my hand and sal of Lesai A41veeya
must state th. place of residence Bald Court this *th day of No tn ;
and post-office address of the claimant bet. A. D. 'CI.
and must be sworn to by the Official Seal) E. A. SMYTHE Entered' as eeeond class matter
n Tribune claimant,lrl.- or his attorney, Clerk of said Conn office.".D.a uu. U tbe

Flagler er It void I according B, Julia R. Harvey Deputy Clerk Act ; March.oJ.1.Inrtd" usdder

November 11th., 194J.H W. I. Wadsworth
/ Hannah H. Vogel P. a Box 196
Executrix of the Estate of Bunnell. Florida a o Tee* _
Paul R. Core L deceased. Attorney for Plaintiff !t* *...ta. -.II.>>
Nor. 1I-2S *: Dec. J-t-tl. Nov. ll-li-IJ D-x. 3-4t.


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has been worked out that will
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:,: allow complete repayment of the
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loan In 5 or 6 years. This replacement
Election Is schedule makes it WE GIVE MET Quantity Rights
necessary to partially curtail Reserved
On December ? the system extension and ]I ***

I Continued From Page 1 I strengthening program. However TOP Prices Good
I after the loan has been repaid,
Friday, Saturdayand
Ii I
! pie. By using City employees :funds will be avilable to quickly VALUE SUPER MARKET Monday
i and volunteer labor the City catch up on the system ex
Commission expects'to save several I pansion. It may even be possible STAMPS Nov. 26, 27, 29
thousand dollars In construction I in 8 to 10 years to work out a 103 So. Railroad
costs. The expected I small decrease in rates after TELEPHONE 437-3201
construction. cost of the plant is I the Improvements are paid for.
$60,000., 1 U. S. D. A. CHOICE
The rate increase necessaryfor
I In management of municipal. operation of the water system .
k ly-owned utilities it Is usually and for the repayment pro. CHUCK ROAST Ib. 49THRIFTWAV *
thought that all costs to operatethe gram outlined above will amountto .
I utility and provide needed ,
about 38 percent. Specifically
.
improvements should be paid (Fancy Sliced)
the minimum monthly chargefor
out of revenue collected for the 3000 gallons of water will be Li.
service rendered by the utility. raised from the present $3.00 to SLICED BACON 69
the burden of
This places pay $4.00. Where the present rate 'kg.
ing for the utility and Its servo .
charges 25 cents per thousand TENDER SELECT
those who use
ice directly upon
gallons for all usage in excessof
the utility, exactly where it be. 3000 pallons month the
longs. With this In mind the per BEEF LIVER Ib. 49*
study conducted by the consulting new rate will charge 40 cents
per thousand for the next 7000 I
incluuded an
engineers ex. gallons, 36 cents per thousand' U. S. D. A. Choice (Boneless) U. S. D. A. Choice
analysis of current operating ,for the next 40,000 gallons and
penses and Income from water 30 cents for all usage over 50,000 ROUND *
sales based upon current water gallons. For 165 of the present POT ROAST Lb. 69 BONE ROAST 68

rates. A, portion of the current 450 customers which use less
operating expense has been to than 3000 gallons per month, the Juicy Tender Beef
I' provide for extension and Increase will be one dollar per ALL MEAT

strengthening system. This Is needed the distribution in an ex month. For those who use 10,. STEW u. 69' SHORT RIBS Lb. 49'

utility. Estimates were 000 gallonse per month the in. .
panding crease will be from $4.75 to$6.80.
" then made of the decrease in ex- For the few which use 30,000 Danny's (Home Made) PAN World's Best Ground
'penses that would result from gallons per month, the bills will

was the treatment found that plant the operation.Income It Increase from from the second$9.75 to article$14.00.that Recall I SAUSAGE 59 BEEF 3 -.. T

from the present rates would be benefits from soft, iron-free wat
enough only for operating the er are likely to exceed these In. Fryer Capital (By Armour) SMOKED
system and plant without any creased costs. 5 Lb.
funds for paying for the plant BACKS Box 79' SAUSAGE Lb. 45'
and the system extensions. Make plans now to attend the
Therefore an increase in rates is December 6th open meeting at
necessary for system solvency. City Hall. People will be available
There are several ways to obtain to answer your questionsand Fresh Oysters. Shrimp-Roe Mullet
money for construction of participate in discussion of
the treament plant. The City the Issue. Also allow time In
Commission narrowed the choiceto your December 7th schedule to
two ways and then decidedthe vote for or If you wish againstthe Wilson Shortening Giant Size RINSO Shurfine (Tall) Canned
best way was to borrow the proposed water treatment
,t: money from the local bank. Repayment I plant. BAKERITE BLUE CREAM
_ ': *# of the loan would be;

from Increase money in water obtained rates.from This an I.Turfgrasses Hurt 3 Lb. Giant
would allow repayment relatively Tin 49 Size 37F 7 Cans 77F

money quickly spent with for interest.a minimum A planO.F.ALPORD of By NematodesPlant Limit (1) with $5.00 or Limit (1)) with $5.00 or Limit ((7))
more food order more food order Please
1"1 l nematodes are probably
responsible for more Injury to
Shurfine 303 Can
turfgrasses In south Florida
91atencS than all other factors combined. PRODUCE FRUIT COCKTAIL 4 Cans *goo
Real Estate Broker Nematode counts from hundreds i
lawns and other turf FRESH
Bum*!!* Florida Sunlite 303 Can
areas Indicate that at least 65percent Mustard Turnip
of the Unthrifty truf Is CANNED TOMATOES 8 Cans goo
-- due to this pest, says J. S. Win. GREENS
MILLERELECTRONICS Chester assistant nematologist Bundle Campbell'sTOMATO
with the Everglades Experiment 29c Cans |< 00
Station at Belle Glade. SOUP 8 f

1744 ocean Shore Blvd. "Symptoms of Injury are/ Fancy (Canadian)
patches of dying grass rangingIn Lyke's 300 Can
REPAIRS ON TVS color from pale green to I RUTABAGAS AND Cans
WASHERSDRYERS brown and with greatly reduced CHILI BEANS 4 $100Lb.

symtems," he said. 8C
During drought periods this Jack
Call Collect 172-0377 grass 1s the first to die out and Cans
Golden Yellow MACKEREL 5 sgooBANANAS
1s, taken over by spurge and I
GUARANTEED
ALL WORT
other types of weeds.
The scientist says the nerna Bush 303 Can

L todes responsible for most of Lb.. BLACK.EYE PEAS 8 Cans $goo
the turfgrass Injury in the state 2 25e .

I Community are sting, root knot, stubby root Bush Showboat 300 CanONIONS
L and spiral nematodes.In I Yellow' (Cooking) Bay
Memorial Church the early stages sting PORK AND BEANS Can. goo
later..........Mt nematode Infested turf roots ap 8

AIR CONDITIONED pear cut off 4 to 5 inches beneath Delmonte 303 Can
D rtm* ..... the soil surface.. Stubbyroot 3 Q29c
FLAGLER BEACH nematodes cause! colorless. SWEET PEAS 4 Cans |JOO
lesions near root
tips while
Sunday School 10:00: A.JL Frozen Foods
spiral nematodes cause small Shurfine 303 Can
Church Service 11:00: A.VLR.
W. DICXJBRT, PMtrTEHTOSB I knot lesions nematodes all along the cause roots.small Root Fro Joy PEACH HALVES 5 Cans |goo

WCLCO$ galls on the roots ICE MILK
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TROOP 495 ONOVERNIGHT CAMPOUT Books Are My DishBy IA r-1i

Dorothy Homans
Boy Scout Troop 495 were on :
We heard sobs n the stacks of
an overnight campout over the
the Flagler Beach Public Library .
weekend In preparation for a PRICES GOOD QUANTITY RIGHTS
survival hike. This included sponsored by the FlaglerWoman's FRIDAY AND SATURDAY RESERVED
Club and found it was
hunting for edible plants, fishing NOVEMBER
26 and 27 CLOSED
Herb Fuller back from a long SUNDAYS
and, cooking sleeping over under an the open stars tire vacation lamenting that lots of Store Hours Monday'thru Thursday 8 a. m. 6 p. m.-Fri. & Sat. 8 a. m -'i p. m.
books did not have his nameon
with no tents. Dan Watermanalso
the card. Human nature! We
was working on his first U. S. CHOICE FLAVOR AGED
are sure Mr. Fuller located live
class cooking. Those attendingwere mines in harbors in World War FULL CUT
Andy and Dan Waterman,
I II without a tremor. We told him .
Wayne Hutcheson Mickey SIn. RUOND
it meant lots of new books that
delar, Craig and Wesley Thomas
'Buddy Moore and Mike was all. OR STEAK
Bross. According to ScoutmaterLes The Commissioners have given lb 98
Waterman another campoutis the fire house and the library SIRLOIN .
smart and serviceable
wastepaper
planned for next weekend.Mr. .
and cigarette ashes baskets .
Waterman also accompanied
CHOICE
the boys this weekend. shaped like black bongo GRADE CHOICE GRADE
drums and with steel arrow de CHUCK
CHUCK
(Family)
signs. The Library has also
BAPTIST CHURCH NEWS
two Akari lamps by the Japanese
Sunday School Is at 9:45' a. m I artist Naguskl from Bon- ROAST Lb. 49STEAK Lb. 69-
and morning worship at 11 0'I niers on Madison Avenue New
clock with Rev. Max Hall, pas York. We are madly In love with
tor. Training Union is at 6:15: them but admit they are not TENDER SLICED THRIFTWAY TOP GRADE
I and evening worship at 7:15. everybody's cup of tea-beehive BABY BEEF SLICED
Judson Stryker is meeting with lamps they are called a mixtureof
the young people who are practicing ,beehive, jack-o-lanterns, and LIVER
: Christmas music eachSunday Japanese lanterns. Somethingout Lb. 59BACON Lb. 69''

evening at 6:30: p. m. of a fairy tale.

The lantern glow Is better tread o MAXWELL
j William Mee, by than electric light They HOUSECOFFEE EXTRA FINE

1 Winter Visitor had to be put together and luckily FLO CANESUGAR
i Dies Saturday we got Mr. Smith who has '
just finished putting an intercom
William Mee winter visitor of
system in the
Flagler Beach
Flagler Beach for the past seven
school to see If they could be
years, died unexpectedly last
Saturday. They resided In Binghamton lit without electrocuting any 1 Lb.
N. Y., and were readyto body-he said quietly there' was Can 49 5 Lb. ;
return to Flagler Beach for no danger; as we had put the Bag I 39'Limit

another winter when he passed 'sockets in upside down and Limit 1 with $5.00 or more food order
away. there were no bulbs in them. 1 with $5.00 or more food order

The John Rogers from Palat
Mrs. Sarah Dickinson has returned ka take out books every week 2V CAN FOOD KING 2 / CAN ROYAL PURPLE

to Flagler Beach for the here. Mr. Donald Welinsky hereon WHOLE UNPEELED

winter after spending the summer the revaluation project, wanted PLUMS Each 29'
i In Windsor, New York. a book on cold water fishingand APRICOTS Each 29'

had hunted for miles ,
BIRTHDAY around In"'vain.: We had It-you NO. 1 CAMPBELL'S

HONORS JOHN DIZON could not want better given by 300 CAN LYKE'S BEEF. TOMATO

John Dixon was honored at a the Harold Massles. He went

birthday party recently at the away happy. Over 700 books $ 00 SOUP Each 10-
I
I Flagler Manor. The occasionwas have been given In the last i STEW 3 For 1 .
In month to the library.HASTINGS .
celebration of his 78th Limit 3 Please
birthday anniversary. Reg. 39c Each

Those present included Mr. SHURFINE EVAPORATED
MATTRESS
and Mrs. Robert Craig, Palatka; KRAFT MIRACLE
Prof. Robert Bolles, Johnnie Bol-]; & UPHOLSTRY WORKS Tall 5100

les, Prof. and Mrs. I. F. Waglow, 710-12 Lemon St. WHIP, .Qtr MILK 8 'Cans
Miss Pauline Milliard, and Miss Palatka, Florida 49
Doris Schmidt, all of Gainesville Phone EA 5-9166
H. G. Furnltu-v Upholstering BLUE
; Threadgill and Mrs.
Mildred Sargeant, both of Flag Rtpcdrea & Refinished NEW CARNATION Giant
ler Beach. Mattresses & Box Springs INSTANT RINSO
Made 10 Order.Also Renovated Box 69
Call Laura Morris 437.3233
METHODIST CHURCH NEWS Alter 6:00 ?. M. BREAKFASTpkc.75Umit 1 Please

Sunday School Is at 9:45: a. m. PRICES REASONABLE
and morning worship at 11 0' BUDGET PLAN IF NEEDED. FROZEN
Just as near FOODS
as
your -
clock. Next Sunday Rev. J. E. ; Phone or Post Office
Wayland of Fort Mill, S. C. will Drop Us A Card or Call FRESH PRODUCE 6 OZ. SEALSWEET
be guest minister. The chapelChoir ; Free Pickup & Delivery ORANGE

also next will sing Sunday.special Methodist music GOLDEN RIPE JUICE 6 For 99BANANAS '-

Youth Fellowship meets each I PETERSON. TEXACO
Sunday evening at 630; p. m. SERVICE Lb. 10-
Members and friends of the 10 Oz. McKENZIE
ROAD SERVICE
Church are reminded about the WHOLE OR CUT
Fish Dnner planned for December Light Mechanical Work u. S. NO. 1 WHITE
3rd. Phone 437-3441 Bunn U
10. OKRA 2 PkssLb. 39-
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Thursday, Nov. 25, 1965 THE FLAGLER. TRIBUNE, BUNNELL, FLORIDA PAGE FIVE'
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Valleydale (All Meat)

SMOKED SAUSAGE

Ierchant lb. 4ge

LOCAL ,
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Frosty MornFRANKS
Mrs. Jeanette Bertha under
REV. JOHN LAMAR
ZJNGOLD HONOREDON (went surgery at the Bunnell
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Hospital Tuesday. She Is report
BIRTHDAYRev.
12
John Lamar Lingold, pas. ed as doing nicely. Pklr.oz. 39.
tor of the Pentecostal Holiness
Billy Deen of Bellglade under.
Church, was honored by memo
bers of the church Thursday went surgery at a hospital there ,
Monday. His parents Mr. and -
birthday
evening with a surprise
Mrs. W. W. Deen are down U. S. D.A. CHOICE BEEF SALE
party at th parsonage.
Mr. and Mrs. there visiting with he and his
Included
Present
Eugene Nipper Mr. and Mrs. family Carol and Caroline. He
CHUCK ROAST lb. 49
Wlllard Splvey Mr. and Mrs. is reported satisfactorily.Mark

Otis Nipper Sr., Mr. and Mrs.
Hannah is a patient in
Rocky
and son
Lingold
Richard

Mr.and Mrs.and children Joyce Mrs.Brian McFarland William and Llngold Sandy and; a derwent Deland return surgery.home Hospital during lie where is the expectedto he week un- Round Bone Roast lb. 59


daughters. Katie. Jennie and' end.

Marilyn Pope; Mr.; -Mr.and and Mrs.Mrs.I. H.Thomas Cowart,; Henry Trojan has returned to CHUCK STEAK lb. 59

Mr. and Mrs. Jesse Medders; J. his home In Newport, R. I., aftera
visit of three weeks with his
M. Lee and James Cowart of St.
mother Mrs. Lillian Trojan and
and the honoree'sfamily
Augustine;
Mrs. Mae Lingold and his brother in law and sister, Choice Juicy Streak o'Lean
Mr. and Mrs. Lee Drazba Koro-
and
daughters Patsy Faye ALL MEAT WHITE
Linda. na. STEW lb. 69" BACON lb. 49''

I
DONNA DEE COPELANDMr. CARD OF THANKS Fresh Florida Grade "A" D & D (2-21/4 lb. Avg.)
and Mrs. Donald L. Cope. With deepest gratitude we extend
land of Bunnell announce the this word of thanks for the *
arrival of a 8 pound 11% ounce I I many kind acts of sympathy expressed (Each 79 ) 3 For $200MIX
daughter born at the Baptist I during our -recent be.
Hospital in Pensacola on No .reavement' For the sympathy
vember 12. She has been given- cards spiritual boquets, flowers
the name of Donna Dee. and many other kindnesses, we
Mr. Copeland Is employed with are deeply grateful.Mrs. .
the State Road Department and Lillian Trojan ( OR MATCH) Our Value FREE PLASTIC DISHPAN
they have resided here for the Mrs. Helen Drazba
"CREAM STYLE" CORN With $5.00 or more Meat Order
past several months. lie Is being I Henry Trojan
CUT GREEN BEANS
transfered to Pensacola on .
December 1st.Spending I EARLY JUNE PEAS
PORK & BEANSTOMATOES

the Thanksgiving MAXWELL HOUSE (All Grind)
holidays with Mr. and Mrs.Walter .
Creal Bunnell are Mr. Rt=AD Y 8303 $A COFFEE
and Mrs. Alvin Leander Chicago i
111. and Mrs. Jean Oswald
Watchung, N. J. Mrs. Leander Mrs.'Os is Red.& White 12 oz. Jar Ilb. 4ge
Mrs. Great's sister and
I wald is her .Is r.ln.law. The PEANUT BUTTER 3 For $:i 00 Limit 1 with $5.00 or more food order
I Leanders. are enroute home after
a vacation In Jamada. Mrs. Os
COON As T FINISH
wald drove down from Columbus
TWff MCWtPAPSR,
Ga., where she Is visiting AD*. THEY AW SO OUR VALUESHORTENING DAIRY SPECIAL -
with her son and his family. FULL OP BAR6A, N Pillsbury (Limit 4 Pleas)
Steve Cyzyckl has returned
home from the Veterans Hospital 3438c BISCUITS Can 8 oz. Se
In Lake City where he spent several -
for tests.FELLOWSHIP.
days
Limit 1 with $5.00 or more food order J
Mr. G FROZEN 2 lb. Bas

, A fellowship dinner DINNER will beheld 1 1r FRESH PRODUCE. FRENCH FRIES *. 290
at the Flagler Beach Community
I Memorial Church on December Yellow CookingONIONS
2. The dinner will be
I
lb.
! held In the church fellowship ) 3 19C GINGHAM GIRL
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Lawn Mowers RepairedAuto nil FOOD RODGERS' :::11Tllh1D1lIl'


Glass Installed Welding in"1in

Furniture
Refrigerators Refinished Phone 437-3227

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SIX THE FLAGLER TRIBUNE, BUNNELL, FLORIDA Thursday Nov. 25, 1965
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ance required or costly operate plants in border plantings. Subscribe to The Flagler, Tribune, $2.50 Yearly in Advance
Too Late Ing labor this amazing type o f R. D. Dickey, horticulturistof
still, on test runs has developed the Florida Agricultural Experiment
344 gallons of fresh water a day. Stations, says two j % W5. Wv"rii
To Classify Where brackish or salt waterIs groups of exotic azaleas }dlan 'if yoar !! 3t goes '
readily available such a still and Kurume-are commonly
BY Russell Bas is capable of producing limitless grown in the state and vary in *

amounts of fresh water depending color from white through Ugh
With shortages of fresh waterdeveloping on the size of the and deep pink, salmon, orange, YOUR FUEL
all over the worldanything I plant. red and lavender. They may
that offers relief from While' we are on the sUbject also be variegated.
this problem at reasonable cost(10f fresh water, another Item In Dickey says there are a number BILLS GO11JJ
deserves every consideration. the same publication reports of varieties in each groupto : _
Heretofore the conversion of J that an abundance of fresh water choose from and they givea
salt or brackish waters to fresh has been found 1,500 feet below wide range of color, blooming .
has been a costly project, callIng the desert in Saudi Arabia. time and shape.
for the erection of plants Engineers estimate that this If you prefer a medium size
o
costing hundreds of thousandsof rain water has been stored ,by; flower of the Indian type choose 9y
dollars. nature for over 40,000 years andit I Duc de Rohan. It's salmon in .., -
Now, according to a recent Is. underlies.780,000 square milesof color and has an early bloom.
sue of Science News Letter, sci i arid desert lands. The government Formosa will give you a large
entists and engineers conducting of Saudi Arabia and I flower of rose-purple with an ft Sv ,
research for the Mechanical Engineering the water experts of the Food early to midseason blooming '
Division of the Australian and Agricultural Organizationof period. It's the most popular in ;;
Commonwealth Scientificand the United Nations will joint. the state.If .
Industrial Research Organization I ly begin a survey designed to the Kurume varieties are I
,have developed and are : permit the recovery of this wa. your choice, Daybreak has single
successfully operating a pilot ter which It is hoped will event flowers of rose-pink, shading to I
plant so simple and cheap thatIt ; ually make the desert bloom silvery rose in the throat, while
can be built by unskilled la I like a luxuriant garden. Hlnldeelri- is a brilliant scarlet- I
bor.This I When this happens the desert with midseason bloom and is
distilling plant is designed nomads can settle down in I heavy flowering. These are but
to use water availablein permanent communities and no I a few of the choices.
arid lands where waters are longer,wander over the: waste in Azaleas need an acid soil to
too brackish or otherwise polluted I search of water for themselvesand i do their best. Dickey points out 4ELLE13
with minerals or salts for their livestock. that: test observations suggest
use of animals or man. that, at least with some varieties
The design of his new solar the type of growth desiredfor
still is so simple that it can be:IAzaleas Are'I any particular planting may
constructed to any size by unskilled be in part controlled by adjust-
: labor following simple I Prized Plants I Ing the soil reaction to the desired
Instrucions from materials that pH range.
are cheap and easily available.It Azaleas are "prized plants" For example, a pH range from I down
consists of 10 shallow earth I when it comes to landscapingand 3.0 to 5.0 results in a slow

trenches, 130 feet long, constructed gardening and are famousfor growth with healthy green foliage .
on slightly sloping the outstanding show they and natural flowering. I I 'I
ground. These trenches are make while in flower. From .50 to 6.5 gives an
lined with polythene and covered From a landscape point of elongated growth, whereas 65 to
with sloping glass roofs. view, azaleas are well suited for 70 causes danger of lime chlorosis.
As brackish or salt water flows use as specimen and accent From 7.0 to 8.5 is also Ordinary heaters pile the heat up on the ceiling
through the troughs, the heatof plants ,and in patio and border the range of slow growth and until some of it finally steps down to the living
the sun, intensified by the plantings. cuases chlorotic foliage and level. If you own an ordinary heater, you know
glass roofs, evaporates pure The large growing types are sporadic flowering. how costly and uncomfortable that system is! Siegler
water that condenses on the Inside useful In the middle and back. does just the opposite. .your floor get heated
first Heat is not wasted the and out the
on ceiling
of the glass and drains off ground parts of the border,
chimney. Don't close off this winter and
rooms
into storage tanks. while lower growing types are pay
New Theory in high fuel bills to boot..order your new Siegler now.
With virtually no malntan- good as edging or foreground I

Drainage MattersScientists IT PAYS FOR ITSELF WITH THE FUEL IT SAVES

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at the Florida Agricultural -

KRANTZ MOTORS studying Experiment the flow of Stationsare water Flagler HardwarePhone

through the soil with electricityas
a substitute.The .
,Chrysler Plymouth Valiant basic soil research study 437-3191 Bunnell, Florida
centers around an electrical analog -
.... which substitutes electrical
., current in a resistance networkfor
International Trucks
24 Hour .R'Vreeker
water flowing in the soil. ..
This allows researchers to col- Service
'f lest data on water and soil
SERVICE DEPARTMENT" problems in the
.',' .: According to Dr.state.L. C. Ham Flagler Truck & Tractor CO.

mond, soil physicist the filter-
SPECIALS Ing of water, Its redistribution MASSEY-FERGUSON
and removal from the soil are Grove Farm Industrial Equipment
Important factors
affecting
TUNE-UPS drainage of land. VIRGIL DECKER Phone ID 7-3242

Although these factors may Owner Bunnell, Florida
be studied by scientists in the .
$7.50 All "8" Cyl. Cars>t field or the laboratory, certain -
phases can also be evaluatedby

"analog techniques" with -
$5.00 6" Cyl. greater accuracy and consider. BROWN & BROWN
INC.
able saving in time and money. ,
Plus Parts The scientist explains that

the reason this water-electricity INSURANCEOUR I
.:1" substitution can take place Is
FREE BRAKE ADJUSTMENT because of the similarity between -

the flow of electrical current PHONE NUMBER IS I
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With TUN .UP' and water.
One of the reasons for using 4373394FOR
this analog is that after accu.rate .

U. S. No. I 437-3311 In the field computer information, drainage Is placed designs

i ual can be tested under ac- ..h... .....-..."..JI..y..i.v..........,..",....,...........""..........v
conditions.At .
i Bunnell present engineers use ALL HOURS-DAY OR NIGHT
formulas obtained from earlier
I field Information to design new AMBULANCES

and better drainage systems.Dr. PHONE VAlley 4 165!
I KRANTZ MOTORS, INC. Hammond explains that
the analog is fed electrical cur. ST. AUCtrS11XE. FLORIDA
& FILTER rent through a network
I OIL CHANGE of variable -
2: o resistors which Nrrt be bMltont about ctdlia? a Garcia Ambalanc! WCD .
\ are adjusted
O a, According to the soil types alwoy at you .Mrrtc with prompter: Baiter and
II
$2 under study. .Jtpii.oc .
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: Voltages are measured over the
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network Equipped With Oxygen Resusitator and Inhalator
system with a voltmeter
GOOD UNTIL DECEMBER 31, 1965
.
and recorded' on graph
paper
k U. S. HWY. 1 So. BUNNELL FLA. The electrical flow lines plottedon Garcia Funeral HomeP.

permanent record sheets are E. GARCIA, Licensed! Funeral I>IrectorLAD1'
equivalent to water flow lines
In the actual soil profile. ASSDTAK'rPA.F



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ga4d2 us Smartest StudentIn New Fruit Crops Florida. "We hope to producea
WANT ADSFOR new variety of larger size and

(By Hervty Shape) AgricultureBill I Future Predicted with firmer berries next year,"
Dr. Shoemaker said.
Gardening In the dark sounds Bradshaw, Ocala an hon I A great future was predicted Root cuttings, sucker trans-
SALE-Split level home, like a romantic idea. So get in or senior at the University of today for cultivated peaches, plant method tip layering and
bedroom and bath up 2-bed- practice #fn case there is a power Florida with the highest gradesIn blackberries and grapes all rooted cuttings were recom-

rooms and bath down wood failure in Florida.If the College of Agriculture essentially new crops for Flor. mended as propagation methodsby
floors, 2-car garage with fallout has received a $300 scholarship. ida. extension horticulturist Bob
the wife-mate frowns on
shelter below, located on two I
Davis.
lots iy blocks from ocean. Mrs. your working with ladies in I Agriculture Dean Marvin A. "We ,are going to work on I

Al Zamba phone 439-2119 Flag. darkened rooms developing I Brooker presented Bradshaw I these crops to make them really "Peaches are a rapidly developing
ler Beach. Nov. 25 2tp flowers that glow in the dark with the 1965 Borden Co. scholarship consistent income producers. It'sI industry In Florida.
then try your hand as moonlight award at the annual I exciting to work on this kind There's always something new

FOR RENT- 2 bedroom duplex requisitioning.This agronomy and soils club fish I of research to pioneer a new around the corner" Roger Parker -
field," Dr. Joseph R. Beckenbach,
screened porch and carport Peaches of Florida
apt, is better known as take fry.In Inc., told
director agricultural experiment
Call 437.3304 his four years as an agron I growers.
ing plant cuttings when theneighbor omy student Bradshaw maintained Stations, University of Florida,
UNUSUAL OPPORTUNITY ? are not looking. 3.45 told growers attending the Second Varieties and site selectionare
a grade point average -
the cornerstone of the peach
Large United States and Canadian ( is Annual Deciduous Fruit
You can Justify this because perfect grade 4.0) short Course. industry, Parker pointed out.
Company in agricultural southern superstition has it that
"Look for adequate internal soil
Ocala
The youth will graduate
field urgently requires representative stolen cuttings root better than University of Florida research.
and elevation
drainage
adequate
in this county for Crop I the legal kind. with honors in Decemberand ers and industry leaders echoedDr. "
he said adding "Don'tgrow
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plans to enter the Navy in I
Service Department. Applicantmust I Beckenbach's optimism for
have recent agricultural i The night-blooming cereus is March. No small wonder his these newer agricultural crops. peaches unless, you're goIng -
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background and be well re- the first plant that you will wantto father is a chief engineer with By 1975 they estimate Florida to Irrigate them"Prospects

garded in area. add to your night-time gar. the Navy.A growers will be producing 2,000 for the grape industry

Position is full time, or can den if the glow-ln-the-dark experiments native of North Chicago acres or a $6,000,000 crop-of are promising, If all cultural
be handled at first along with fall. Illinois, Bradshaw said any blackberries alone. Today the requirements are met Dr. John
your present farming operation. This member of the cactus guess as to his career would be basic consideration In black. Mortensen said. Lake Emerald

Successful applicant can expect family will root quite well even "a shot In the dark. berry production Dr. J. C. Shoe. and Blue Lake are released

earnings between $100-5150 for those without a green thumb. maker said. Three varieties- grape varieties. The grape lab.

weekly with excellent opportunity I It thrives out-of-doors in south trailing Florida Grand Oklawaha .- oratory at Leesburg hopes to release
for early advancement In Florida, but may need a bit of Subscribe to The rags Trlbun! and semi-erect Brazos-dom another new 'variety next
this area. I coddling against cool days in aso A TED inate blackberry production In year.

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Write and tell me about your
self. Reply at once to: Vice President One type of garden that will THAT'S A ", ..14T't euaTV wou o w[ !/SNOW; ,
ut co CAR too SOT, WNN 00{. {ML
Box 1105. Winter Garden thrive regardless of light is a aONN"t.ONe. or THIMaurut + Ou T woaK
:chemical garden. AUTO POW M1 AT I { EN L v
Fla. Nov. 25, Dec.. 2.2tc I I i
Chemical gardeners can use KRANTZ EbTA'tE ? ,

SEWING MACHINE 1965 Model their knowledge of grammar MOTORS I .{
clearance sale. We have 7 1965 school chemistry and "grow" 0''
round bobbin sewing machinesleft. colorful crystals on lumps of fix ttteuA.AIL YOU tato

These machines are com coal and bits of broken bricks. NOW It.WOULD SOME OOO YOU UKTO KIAUICTATC. [ L
pletely guaranteed. Equipped to All that Is required Is a dish SUE A MQOCI. HOMCFLAMELESS

zig-zag makes buttonholes, etc. of salty water and a lump of

,$25 is total price. Will accept coal. Some claim better luck ito

lder machine for part payment. with Epsom salt rather than the --
Call Orlando 425-3577 collect Nad kind.

11-4-Jan 6-10tc I In a few days white crystalswill

form, on the coal. Color is
FOR SALE. LEASE. OR BENT-
added to the crystals with dropsof
2-bedroom .Florida room, and I
ole fashion bluing Iodine or
beach house unfurnished.
carport
colored ink.
Hurricane fence encloses
Some gardeners are experi-
back yard. Call 4373472. 11-4-tf
menting with modern night-type

FOR SALE-3 bedroom 2U paints In an attempt to get a

f bath, double garage central substitute for light in case ofa
heating, fire place, large Florida black-out But thus far they a
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room situated on 160x110 water have not been successful.
t front lot. Call 439.2203 Flagler This Is the beginning of the

Beach. 11.4-tf season for transplanting trees'
and shrubs. The first step Is selecting
SINGER electric sewing machine i healthy plants with _I
In console cabinet, like new. good roots and tops. The next
Sews forward and reverse. All 'activity Is to prepare the plant.

attachments for making buttonholes Ing site. For bed plantings suchas }

zigzagging and fancy roses, dig In 4 pounds of complete .
stitch designs. Fully guaranteed. fertilizer per 100 square 4AAA"
Can be seen in your area. Make yards of space.

eight monthly payments of $4.91Or For trees or shrubs dig a z\- a_ I8afe1
will discount: for cash. Write: hole one-third larger in diameter ,

Credit Manager 122 S. dear- than the plant's roots. Mix a cup

water Road, Largo,, Florida. of fertilizer and a generous

10-21.tfe quantity of peat In the top soil.

FULLER Place the plant In the hole
BRUSH SALES or SER.
lower than It In r.
VICE. Call 252-4583 Daytona slightly grew -4
the Fill In around the
Beach. If order is $..oo or more nursery.
call or call telephone 439-229G plant with the soll-peat-fertlllzer
mixture. When the hole Is half
Oct. 21-TF
filled settle the loose earth with WATER HEATERSGive
LADIES FART TIME SALES water and repeat the watering

work available as a Fullerette when the space around the plant .

selling Fuller Brush products. Is filled and firmed. Precious Peace of Mind . 'J:'
Should have car and at least 15 Around the base of the plant
hours a week free. Average S3 form a dish.shaped basin to Cleanor, Cooler Cheaper, too I t

to $3 per hour. Call Daytona hold water. Mulch the plant ,;
Beach 252-1583 or write H. Sil- with straw or leaves and shadeIf f

Oct. 21-TF It is necessary. Watering new. Install a flameleM Electric Water Heater anywhere forget

FURNISHED APARTMENT for ly set plants regularly is very itt! Needs no attention. completely automatic. No flames, ,
J
rent. Phone Harris Appliances Important. no pilot light No fumes, no odors. No vents, no flues. '
With rainfall at a low pointat
4373367. 9-23-tf no wasted heat.
this time of year It Is a good
COTS UPHOLSTERY, Bunnell Idea to conserve soil moisture Electric Water Heaters coat less, are cheaper to use. New

Ha Hwy. 11. will pick up and around citrus trees by keeping 9.5 million dollar electric rate reduction, tho ninth in nine '.

deliver all furniture free. For down winter weeds. The weed yean, will raise the total annual Sunshine Service customer

sample material and prices on eradication program also keeps savings to more than 38 million dollars.
labor call 437-3673. 7-1-tf the noxious pests from using the
Electric Water Heater at applianct
fertilizer you applied to the See the modern your
SEPTIC TANK cleaning: drain trees. dealer, plumbing or electrical contractor.
fields Installed; snail shelL Reasonable .: While hoeing around the fruit .

price Call George Ja trees, inspect them for scale. Remember .
roz ID 7-3410 S-l-tf I don't use oil spray for TODAY IT'S CHEAPER THAN EVER TO GO ALL ELECTRIC?

""" .- scale control during cool wea

JOHNSTON'S I ther. Oil makes most dooryard
plantings less reslstent to damage .
rLACLCR BEACH REALTY CO.:
during cold weather. One
LOTS HOMES. OCEAN
material to use for scale control ]
WATER FRONf. F FBONT'I
ACREAGE during winter Is malathion 50
I percent emulsion at the rate of 3
lee ns for year reed estate n dsOlflce .
teaspoons per gallon of wster. _
Phone HE 9-2243
U necessary, follow with a sec
Residence Phones ID 7-3601 and application of malathion ItOllDA POWER LIGHT COMPANYThursday
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ID 7-V17
or about three weeks later. I HIlPIMt WILD HQIOA '



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! EIGHT THE FLAGLER TRIBUNE, BUNNELL, FLORIDA Thursday, Nov. 25, 1965
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I LEGION- -- SPONSORING Care of Non-Stick Many Kinds of I Most of them are classic races 1 of this year.
i for 2-year olds. "The principal volume of candies .
CHRISTMAS LIGHTING i and sweets consumed in
t UtensilsThe RacesThere
Cooking Horse I Finally, "handicap races" are :
Florida are made in other states
115 Is again
I Flagler Post those distributed on the basis !
utensils kinds of horse or are imported from foreign
. the Christmas Lighting newest cooking are more
sponsoring I of age, distance, weights, class, :
the market have a slippery races than the ones you winor countries. Florida producers
t \ Contest this year. The con. on etc and are intended to be interesting I
test Is open to Bunnell and surrounding non-stick plastic surface which lose. There are also "types"of to the spectators. satisfy only about 15 per cent
to and < of the market. Even then, Flor-
area west of the Old makes them easy use races. Wakeman says it's the duty of I
: wash, say home economists with According to D. L. Wakeman; I t Ida manufacturers turned out
t' Kings Highway. the official handicapper to distribute :
the Florida Agricultural Extension assistant animal husbandmanwith about 17: million pounds of
There will be two first place I these types of races fair-I
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prizes, one for the business Service. the state's agricultural ex ly and publish the data in a I I sweets Including- pecan, peanut
f places and one for residential.The Except for the tubed cake periment stations: at Gainesville, Condition Book.Holiday and coconut candies, nougats,
first' place prizes will be pan, all non-stick utensils a "stakes" race Is usually a major caramels, chocolates, t a ff y,
: $15.00 each. should be conditioned the first race with "the added money I mints and 'a wide variety of
Second* place winner will be time they are used by wiping coming from the track. The citrus confections.
" given a $10.00 prize and a ,$5.00 with cooking oil or shortening.An nomlntalon fee, eligibility! and l Candy "Although all types of confec
award will be given to the third occasional oiling ,will entrance fees paid by those I tionery products consumed in
place winner. prove their use when they 1m-I I taking part in the race are distributed Market To Rise Florida could not economically

\ The contest forms will be pear dry.Using in the stakes by a per- be made here, the consumption
, printed later. Judging will be fat in cooking Is optional I arranged plan determined by Holiday needs plus the year- I production gap could reasonably

done during the week of December in top-of-range utensils. I i i the track. management. I round market for sweets in Flor- be narrowed, especially In this
20. Eggs will cook without adding i j i A "purse race" is one for I ida will push the retail valueof !i sugar-producing state," the State
II fat but their and the candy market in the Chamber concluded.
appearance i iI i I money or a prize. The owners
A flavor are Improved when the of the horses in the race do not State to an estimated $45 million I
Is
Carambola
A I I I I this the Florida State
nonstick skillet! is very lightly contribute to it, Wakeman says. year Many of the fish specimens
greased. I A "claiming race" Is one Chamber of Commerce reports. exhibited at MarlAeland. of Flor

Conversation Piece I Most meat has enough fat in I I where all the horses are enter- ;i), "The average Floridian consumes ida are named after their pre
I and be about 17 pounds of com- dominant physical .characterisvtics. -
stated
Carambolas are conversational Itself for flavor and browningand ed at prices may
... pieces! I requires- additional fat claimed by any owner with a I mercialy manufactured candy Named for its rodent-like
starter at the race.The'researcher and confectionary products tall, ,the'catfish is a distant relative
They 'have never achieved when it is cooked in 'a nonstickpan.
of :throughout the year. Augment. of the sharks and has the
market acceptance In the United Muffins lift right, out of says many
the races around the country, ing this amount by tourist pur same type of cartilaginous skel
States, despite their exotic ape nonstick With cupcakes,
cups.
with the exception of the top chases, some 113 million poundsof eton. The liver of the ratflsh
'and pleasant aroma. however, it is to
perance necessary
candy will have been purchased contains an oil valued as a lub-
tracks, are claiming races. He
According to Dr. W. Orlerson, the first.
grease cups says this offers a way for oWn. in Florida by the end I jricant for precision instruments.
state agricultural experiment Butter cakes have a high ten.
I stations horticulturist and Dr. dency to stick and tear unless ers to grade their own horses.

\ H. M. Vines, associate biochem he pans are greased first. Yeast An "allowance race" is a non I
f claiming one run under conditions I BUDDY KNOX
1st, of the Citrus Experiment breads and quick breads release
I Station at Lake Alfred, the from an ungreased' nonstick set by the racing sec
j fruit's failure in 'the market is retary. These are established to I I YOUR ATLANTIC DEALER

"probably due to the public's pan.The nonstick ,coated casse, I quality bring together horses of similar I I Bunnell Atlantic Service StationU.
misgivings toward anything ob roles, waffle and grid Irons. of.. I
exotic." A "futurity race' is one where
viously Another reason might be because fer great advantages when It the entries are nominated at S. Highway '1 -:.- Phone 437-3652
comes to cleaning. Hot foods
the few '* in Florida a young age. Periodic paymentsare
grown to release better
seem from non
\ required to keep the en ((
have been of very poor quality stick pans than cold foods do. ffJ
when compared with the sweet trants eligible for the race.
Always use nylon-coated, rub
selections grown in their native ber, wood, on all nonstick and and spatulas 'with non-stick 24 Hour Heavy Duty Wrecker Service

China. and plastic coated metal spoons coated cookware.
What is a carambola?

It's an ornamental evergreentree
growing 25 feet or more in .

good soil. The golden-yellow
star.shaped fruit are In clusters. !
Two ore three distinct crops occur q CAPRICE BY .11

through the winter months. '

The problem of introducingthem CHEVROLET
mains.to a suspicious public re ., ,7 r


The researchers point out that

one possibility is to consider .

them as "conversational pieces" "
\ to go into high quality gift
packs of citrus and other fruits.A .
single carambola as a cen :
ter piece would be ornamental
and Interesting and sure to be .

sampled by the buyer, they say
t A possible sales point, accord-

f mention
; .
& min content-comparing favor
\, ably with 'citrus fruits in Vitamin -
C, thiamine, riboflavin and 66 Caprice Custom Coupe-
with formal roof lint that comes on no other car
niacin content.

The scientists say If such ant A whole new series of elegant Chevrolets with a whole new choice

if approach proved practical? in of features even some of the most expensive _makes don't offer
introducing Itself the carambola
would bring a welcome stimu
lus to the citrus gift fruit trade.
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