The Flagler tribune
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Title: The Flagler tribune
Physical Description: Newspaper
Language: English
Publisher: s.n.
Place of Publication: Bunnell Fla
Creation Date: January 13, 1966
Publication Date: -1981
Frequency: weekly
Subjects / Keywords: Newspapers -- Bunnell (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Flagler County (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Genre: newspaper   ( marcgt )
newspaper   ( sobekcm )
Spatial Coverage: United States -- Florida -- Flagler -- Bunnell
Coordinates: 29.4675 x -81.256944 ( Place of Publication )
Dates or Sequential Designation: Began in 1917?
Dates or Sequential Designation: -69th year, no. 36 (Sept. 3, 1981).
General Note: Mrs. M.B. Fuller, editor.
General Note: Description based on: Vol. 43, no. 20 (June 2, 1955).
Funding: Funded by NEH in support of the National Digital Newspaper Project (NDNP), NEH Award Number: PJ-50006-05
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Source Institution: University of Florida
Holding Location: University of Florida
Rights Management: All rights reserved. Board of Trustees of the University of Florida
Resource Identifier: aleph - 001024369
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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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Lions Club 'THE ANNUAL GIRL St. Thomas Elects FORMER RESIDENT Flagler Quarter

Voice DangersOf Board For New Horse Jubilee

Highway I 11 I annual sale of Girl Scout Church Year Clara Moyer of 159 Dix This Saturday

Cookies within Citrus Council Avenue, Ormond Beach, died
The Bunnell Lions Club Following a covered dish sup. first
Flagler County's "Quarter
will be held on January 14 Sunday afternoon at the Bun.
adopted a resolution at their per Sunday, the congregation of Horse Jubilee" is slated for
29th. Mrs. J. D.
through January nell General Hospital after an
Tuesday meeting on the danger. St. Thomas' Episcopal Church this coming Saturday, January15th
Perryman will serve as Neighbor extended illness. She was a
ous condition of Highway 11 In elected members to serve on the at the arena and race track
hood Cookie Chairman for Flag. former resident of Bunnell and
Flagler County, and plan to Mission Board for the new year. grounds located 8 miles south of
ler The of Junior the
County. girls daughter of the late Mr. and
send a. copy to the officials of The five board members consistof Bunnell on Highway 1.
Troop 958 will sell cookies. Mrs. Leon Jones of Haw Creek.
the State Road Department, The Rev. Robert Stuart, I I Events are geared so that .
Each receives small
troop a She had also resided in Ft. Lauderdale
both In Deland :and Tallahassee, Chairman: Senior Warden, CoyG. may include the
bonus on each box sold to sup. before moving to Or.
and the Hon. Neil Kirkman, director Harris; Junior Warden, Red and the not so young; the pros
treasuries with
plement troop mond. She was 67 years of age.
of the Department of Farnsworth: Treasurer, Thomas
I and
non pros; big money
the majority of the profit goingto Survivors include her: husband
Safety In Tallahassee, and the Lensseri: Secretary, Pat Obrien: and the not so big money en
within the
maintain camps William B.; a daughter,
AAA. and Bo Manual, who agreed to tries.
Council area.Complimentary. Mrs. Margaret Deen, Ormond
The resolution, printed on page serve till June. Sponsored by the Flagler
of cookies
sets Beach; three brothers, Watson
7 of this Issue of the Tribune, Thomas Lenssen was electedas County Cattlemen's Association,
have been presented to Bunnell Jones, Ormond Beach; Kenneth
sets forth the unsafe Toad conditions delegate to the Annual Con. Florida Quarter Horse Association
Mayor M. B. McDaniel and the Jones, Gainesville; and Edgar I
on State Highway 11, vention of the Diocese of Florida Youth Livestock Club and
Editor of the Flagler Tribune. Jones, Miami; and three sisters,
running west of Bunnell to De. to be held in Jacksonville on the F. F. A., the show will get
The public's support is urged Mrs. Florence Pickett, and Mrs.
land and asking the State Road I January 25, and 26. under way at 10:00 a. m., afteran
in this wonderful project. Lottie Cushing, both of Ormond
Department to make the necessary The Adult Inquirers Class will opening time of 8:30: a. m. .
Beach; and Mrs. Nellie Edsell,
corrections.A begin this Thursday at 7:30.: The first four events will include
Horseheads, N. J.
total of eleven persons have State Board of Young adults that are 12 years Cloverleaf and Basketweave

lost their lives In highway ac or older will also meet to begin contests for horsemen aged 0.19

cidents on the highway during Health Approves !I their confirmation instruction.The Otis Hunter Gets years of age. Entry fee of $1.00

1965. Adult Inquirers class is opened required on each of these events.

As guest speaker at the lunch. Shellfish AreaThe to all those who wish to New Appointment For the pros the next eventat

eon meeting Jack Bryan of Pa. learn more about the Episcopal 12:00: noon will be a Jack Pot

latka gave a very entertainingand Flagler County Health Church. From Owen-Illinois Cloverleaf contest, with entry
humorous talk on how to I Department today received approval Morning worship services be. I fee of $15.00.

win In politics.CLARENCE. I from the State Board of gin at 11:15. During the servicethe Otis Hunter of Espanola was The Quarter Horse Association

I Health for harvesting shellfish II children will depart to their appointed last week as Woodland has lined up some "old salts"

from waters In the Matanzas classrooms for Sunday School. Supervisor of more than for a Cutting Horse Exhibition,

BAKER I River and Pellicer Flats area in Any family who would like to 22,000 acres of woodland in featurng past greats such as

FUNERAL HELDIN : the north area of Flagler County. bring their children to the family Flagler County owned by the Slim and Geech Partin and Raymond -

I The area described as folllows worship service are cordially Owen Illinois Company. The position Tucker. These men have
SEVILLE Is approved: invited to join us at this time. was made vacant by the been around quite awhile so

Clarence Joseph Baker of Seville "The Matanzas River waters recent death of Waldo West who :. their performance should be Interesting .
from Marker 97 of the Intra had served in that capacity for In reflecting the savvyof
father of William F. Bakerof
Bunnell, died at his home coastal Waterway south to Former Resident the past 19 years. a good horse and rider cut.

Sunday morning. He was a life Marker 109 of the Intracoastal The appointment was made ting "team" plus a little cow
and Waterway and eastward to the Calvin Chastain by W. W. Miller, Company Sup.
time resident of Seville wasa '
west shore -of the river. (Long ervlsbr of land management for sense.At
1:00 Jack Pot
retired lumberman and veteran : p. m. Rop
of World War 1. Creek Is not Included In this ap Dies FridayCalvin the company in Jacksonville. ing, with entry fee of $15.00 will
Mr. Hunter has served Sen
Survivors Include his wife, proval.) as be open to the World. Only 20
Llllie A; his mother, Mrs. Marie The approved area will be Lake Chastain, husband lor Woodman for the company will be registered, so anyone In.
with If ad. of former Flagler County since 1957, until his new appointment .
Baker, Seville; 3 sons, Clarence posted proper signs. terested should contact Bud Henry
L. of Seville John T. of Crescent ditlonal information is desired Superintendent Donnella D. last week.It of Seville Immediately. This

City, and William F. of Bunnell; contact the Flagler County Chastain, died Friday afternoonin was also learned that thecompany's promises to be one of the prime

1 daughter, Alma Louise Bakerof Health Department. a Jacksonville hospital fol. Flagler County acreage attractions of the show as it
lowing a lengthy Illness. He was will be annexed to the com.pany's .
Seville; 4 sisters, Mrs. Victoria demonstrates a high degree of
JANUARY BRINGS 71 years of age, and a veteran land tract in Hawthorne.
Hendrickson of Jacksonville, skill on the part of horse and
of World War 1.
Mrs. Marie Graham of Seville, CONCERT SERIES rider.
Mrs. Ethel Mayfield of Crescent He was born in Medille, Okla., CIGARETTE TAX. FOR The last four events, begin.
and Miss Ruth Baker, Se. FOR ST. AUGUSTINEA and had lived in Jacksonvillefor
City, NOVEMBER GIVEN ning at 2:00: p. m. will featurea
ville. Also surviving are six series of benefit concerts the past six years. For Fif- fitting climax for a day suchas

grand children. under the baton of Anthony No. ten years before retirement, Mr. Ren Morris, Director of the this. Races will Include Child.

Services were held Tuesday bile is slated for this oldest city Chastain was in the real estate' State Beverage Department, re ren's Cowpony race, entry fee I

fternoon from the Baptist beginning Sunday evening, January business In Detroit, Mich. They ports that net Cigarette Tax $1.00; Adult Cow Pony race, entry .
Church of Seville and Interment 16, at 8 o'clock in the Vis- resided at 5536 Arva Circle in Collections for the month of No. fee $2.00; Blooded Cow Pony

. was in the Seville Cemetery. Itor's Information Center, an Jacksonville. vember, 1965 amounted to race, entry fee $5.00; and finallythe
Officiating were Rev. L. A. nounces the St. Augustine 400th Funeral services were held at 177985374. Of this amount high stakesRegisteredQuarter

Colding and Rev. Paul Wreen. Anniversary, Inc. Monies derived 3 p. m. Monday from the Hard. $1,299,440.30 will go to the State Horse races.
Allen Summerhlll of Deland was from these concerts will be age and Sons Blanding Boulevard General Revenue Fund and the Chairmen Harold Emery

in charge of arrangements. used for the promotion of the Funeral Home with Rev. remaining $3,480,413.44 will be and Lyman Gage emphasizethat

outdoor drama, "Cross and Ray Finklea, minister of the distributed to qualified municipalities each contestant should be

Rules Listed For Sword." Featuring six profession. Wesconnett Methodist Church In the state. registered not later than 30 min.

al musicians, each appearancewill officiating. Burial followed in the Distributed to Flagler7 County utes prior to a scheduled event.

Shell Fish be highlighted by a guest Riverside Memorial Park Ceme municipalities are the following Yes, it promises to be a big

Taking I soloist. tery. amounts: Bunnell, $3,219.75; i day as cowboys and cowgirls

Conservation officer John Seay The Anniversary Corporation Survivors include his widow, Beverly Beach, $91.91; Flagler gather from all over the state.

said today persons gathering I I reports that those interested in Mrs. Donnella Deen Chastain; a Beach, 964.46; Marineland, 88.13; The Bunnell High School Band

oysters from the recently approved subscribing for the entire series son, Calvin Deen Chastain, with Painter's Hill, $13.34. will also be on hand, along with

area must observe the may do so by writing the Corp. the U. S. Army in Ft. Benning, the bugler, to announce the be. '

following laws: oration, P. O. Box 1965, St. Aug. Ga.; four sisters, Mrs. Fredda I ginning of each race.

1. Oysters with a shell measurement ustine. Admissions will be ac Cremean of Garrison, Tex, Mrs. NEW HOURS FOR Hamburgers, pie, coffee and
less than three Inchesin cepted at the door for those who Della Hopkins of Little Rock, soft drinks will be sold on the I

length shall not be harvested. do not have subscriptions, anda Ark., Mrs. Ester Maclean of Little FLAGLER BEACH grounds by th youth groups and I

2. Harvesting Is purohlblted special rate will be listed for Rock and Mrs. Kathryn Tor- PUBLIC LIBRARYThe leaders. .

on oyster leases, without first children. and students with identification rey of Long Island, N. Y.; and a Flagler Beach Public Library For further information call
gaining permission from the cards. brother, Ben Chastain of Den. Bunnell 437.3122 or 4373815.

lease holder. The Visitor's Information Center ver, Colo.Club now located in the new

3. Persons desiring to sell oysters is located at 10 Castillo City Building between the City FLAGLER WOMAN'S

must first obtain the necessary Drive, Just off U. S. 1. A spacious MeetingSet Hall and the Firehouse on Central .
permits and licenses from parking lot Is adjacent to I Avenue, will be open from I CLUB THRIFT

the Florida Board of Conserva the building.The I For TuesdayThe 2 to 5 p. m. three days a week, SHOP MOVESThe

tion. Tuesdays, Thursdays, and Sat.

Mr. Seay also said the oyster northern stargazer exhibited Flagler Senior Citizens urdays. Flagler Woman's Club

season will close on May 1, 1966. at Marineland of Florida Club will hold its regular meet The Library is sponsored by Thrift Shop moved this week

He also reminded those interested buries itself in sand, exposing Ing next Tuesday evening, Jan. the Flagler Woman's Club and from the Alexander Lumber

that there has been several only its upturned eyes and open 18, In Community Hall of the now has about 4000 books on Building on Moody Blvd., to the

changes in the laws recent. mouth. To obtain sand-free Municipal Building, Flagler the shelves. The Library is free Deen Building on Central Ave.

ly which they should familiarize water for respiration, stargazers Beach. and the public is invited to come nue. The new location is the

themselves with before harvest. inhale through a tube connecting There will be a potluck supperat in and enjoy it. former Post Office Building.

Ing oysters. the nasal cavities to the 6 o'clock. Members are askedto The Thrift Shop is open each

gills. The stargazer is one of the bring a covered dish or dessert games will follow a short bus!. Friday :afternoon from 12:30 to

Anglers In the U.S. spend $300 few fish whose nostrils are mod. and table service. Coffee is ness session after the dinner 4:30, members of the committee

million yearly on fishing tackle. ified in this manner. furnished. Group singing and hour. said today.



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Veterans Warned Bulk packinghouse is one of the kinks under the other two systems. IN TilE CIRCUIT COURT, SEVENTH
still to be worked out. They point out that potatoescan FOR JUDICIAL FLAGLER CIRCUIT COUNTY IliAND ,

About InsuranceA Potatoes According to E. K. Bowman, be dumped directly In to FLORIDA. IN CHANCERY NO.

an industrial engineer and G. E. bins from trucks. This means no ALBERT B. POWELL and PEGGY

reminder that only six Found Yost, an agricultural engineer, other machinery Is needed to get C. POWELL hU wife Plaintiffs

months remain to obtain the CheaperA the key appears to be of findinga the crop Into the holding areas. CLARK VII.I and INEZ
better for hold Bowman the bin HOWARD
way temporary says areas can hi. wife.
newly re-opened National Service CLARK,
Life Insurance was mailedto number of new problems ing and handling the crop.: also be used during the off-sea I NOTICE OF Dcfendftntf SUIT I

nearly two million veterans have cropped up in Florida's potato Experimental, work has been son for storing the equipment.In IN THE NAME OF THE STATEOF

with service-connected disabilities industry as a :result of grow. carried out on two systems at a areas where white potatoesare TO: HOWARD FLORIDA:CLARK and INEZ

along with their November ers and packinghouse operators commercial packinghouse in the grown and flumes are used, CLARK U, hi.unknownYou wife, whose residence

1 compensation checks, the Vet adopting modem harvesters and Hastings area. They are bulk- the researchers said the bulk- are hereby notified that a

erans Administration said today. handling equipment. dumping and the use of pallet dumping system should get mortgage complaint to recorded foreclose In a Official real estate Records

This insurance is being offered Many of the problems encountered boxes. some consideration by operators Records Book IS.of Page Flakier 635, of County the Public on-

these veterans of World have to do with the receiving Dr. R. E. L. Greene, agricultural wanting to improve their facilities the following: described property

War II and the Korean Conflict and handling of "potatoesin I economists, says the bulk- for handling potatoes in to wit The: West Half (WM..) of the

who either failed to take out the bulk" at the packinghouse, dumping method "is cheaper bulk style. Northeast Quarter (NEK) of
the Northeast Quarter (NEU
insurance originally or allowedit say researchers at Florida's Agricultural than ,both the pallet box idea and Test results with the dumping : of Section 9, Township 12

I Experiment Stations.To the conventional hopper body- plan show an estimated cost of South Range 30 East, in Flag-
to lapse in whole or in part. ler County; Florida also described
Deadline for the sale of the date, solutions have been sloping bottom bin method." He I $14 less per 1000 packed hundred as Tract Two (2). In
Block One said section,
new GI policies is midnight, worked out by changing the facilities adds that "tuber injury is the weight equivalents than for the Township and Range

less with the bulk- conventional hopper system. has been filed against you in the
same or
May 2, 1966, Raymond S. Smith, designed for older systems above entitled cause and you are
Flagler County Veterans Service in packinghouses, many dumping plan than occurs with The three specialists estimatedthat required to serve a copy of your

Officer, pointed out. I which are more than 10 years the way its now being done." the Investment needed for answer or upon other plaintiff's pleadings attorney to thecomplaint ,

equipment and buildings for Lawrence W. Borns, whose address
The insurance is open to those old.The Bulk-dumping, according to is P. O. Box 6217. Daytona BeachFlorida ,
veterans who were originally researchers say coordinating the three, means less equipmentplus the pallet box method Is about 32020. and tile the original

eligible for GI insurance between the receiving and handlingof an added bonus of being $6,000 more than for the bulk- office answer of or the other Clerk pleadings of the Circuit in the

October 8 I for dumping way. Much of the added Court of Flagler County, Florida,
1940, and January potatoes shipped bulk style able to use the equipment at Bunnell Florida, on or before

1, 1957, and who either with the actual operations at the other Jobs. This can't be done I cost Is in a tractor forklift the 24th day of January, 1966.
: and box "The Flagler Tribune" Is designated .
failed to take it out or let it I dumper. as the newspaper In which
lapse after purchasing It. --- ----- They said It would cost about this notice shall be published once
each week
for four consecutive
The eligible veteran must $4 more to pack 1,000 hundredweight WHEREIN
equivalents with the pal FAIL NOT OR A DE-
have service-connected disability
or a nonservice-connect- let box method than with the old ENTERED AGAINST YOU FOR
system and $18 more than for
ed disability so severe that he I my hand and seal at
the bulk-dumping system.WHAT'S Bunnell Flagler County, Florida,
cannot purchase commercial insurance this 20th day of December, 1965.
at the highest rates. I INSURANCEOUR (SEAL) Clerk SMYTHE
Circuit Court
Veterans have several choicesof Flagler County. Florida
Insurance plans-ordinary From 1913 until 1915, Miami Dec. 23.30 1965 & Jan 6.13-4tc

life, 20 payment life, 20-year endowment PHONE NUMBER IS Beach was known as Alton, a 'LAHJ.l1U IX TUB CIRCUIT COURT OF
and modified lIfe-and name Carl Fisher took from a IN CHANCERY NO. 3202

Chicago & Alton railroad freightcar. JOHN B. DONOR
they may take out the full $10- 437-3394 Plaintiff,

000 coverage or as little as However, Miami residents MARaARETVDONOR.

$1,000. called It "the beach," so visitors Defendant.

spoke of it as Miami Beach and NOTICE TO DEFEND
S --- Fisher finally bowed to that MARGARET DONOR

name. .85.....Kingsland...,!), ..,..w_ Street jcraey
You are hereby notified that a
V suit has been tiled against you In
-----miTA T ON.70R BIDSThe
the above entitled cause; and you
Housing- Authority of Flag- are hereby required ktoorlrh your answer
ler County Florida, will receive with the Court,
bids for the construction of Low and to serve a copy thereof upon
Kent Housing Project FLA. 30-2 at the plaintiff or plaintiff's attorney,
Bunnell, Florida, consisting of 23 whose name and address: is:
buildings containing 40 dwelling RAY SELDEN
unite and other Improvements, until Selden Building
2 P. M.. E.S.T. on the let day of Daytona Beach Floridanot
February, 1966.: In the office of the later than January 29, A. D.
Housing Authority at the cornerof 1966.
Allen and Bacher Streets Bun If you fall to do so, decree pro
nell Florida, at which time and confesso will be entered against
place all bids will be publicly opened you for the relief demanded In the
and read aloud. bill of The nature of
Proposed forms of contract documents said suit being for divorce.
Including plans specifications WITNESS my hand and seal of
are on file at are office said Court this 28th day of De-
Housing Flag cember A. D. 1965.
frt County, Florida, ltrhf (Official Clerk said SMYTHE
of Allen and Bacher Streets in Bun- of Circuit Court
Apply Diazinon for nell, Florida and at the office of By Julia R. Harvey
Craig and Snead. Architects, at 414 Deputy Cleric
North Halifax Daytona Beach, Dec. 30, 1965 & Jan. 6.13.20-Hc

control of wirewormsand Florida.Copies I of the documents may be IN-;THE-CIRCUIT COURT I\ AND
sure potato
obtained from the Architects by depositing FOR FLAGLER COUNTY, FLOR-
/ Fifty Dollars (150.00) for IDA IN CHANCERY CASE NO.
each set. Deposit will be refundedto .1107
other insects.You each person who returns the HOWARD LERCH.
plans specifications and other documents Plaintiff,
In good condition within 10 -VII.
days after bid opening. Checks for EMERSON M. WILSON; and
deposits must be made payable to THE NEW YORK BANK FOR
the Housing Authority of Flagler SAVINGS :of New York New YorkDefendants
County Florida.A .
certified check or bank draft, NOTICE OF SUIT
(payable to the Housing Authority THE STATE OF FLORIDA
of Flagler County. Florida), U. S. TO: THE NEW YORK BANK
Government bonds, or a satisfactory FOR SAVINGS of New York,
bid bond executed New York whose buiineas address
der and acceptable re reh1n an la 280 Park Avenue. New
amount equal to five percent of the York. New York
bid, shall be submitted with each You are hereby notified that a
bid. suit has been filed against you in
The successful bidder will be required the above entitled cause: and that
to furnish and pay for sat you are hereby required to file your
isfactory performance and payment answer with the Clerk of this
bond or bondll.Attention court, and to serve a copy thereof
can prevent costly damage major insect pests of Florida vege- la called to the requirement upon the Plaintiff, or Plaintiff's
from soil insects like wiretable that not less than the attorney whose name and address
potato crops. minimum salaries and wages as set if W .V- Wadsworth P. O. Box 896.

worms, cutworms and maggots by So grow higher quality yields of paid forth on in this the project.Specifications must be Bunnell January 22 Florida, 1966.. not later than

following a control program with potatoes and othervegetable crops The Housing Authority of Flag If you fall to do JlO, decree pro
led will be
Diazinon AG500 insecticide. by making broadcast application of right County to reject Florida any I and, reserves all bids the or you complaint for the relief demanded entered against in the

All you need do is make a preDiazinon, before you plant, for to bidding.No waive. any informalities in the The nature of said suit being for

plantsprayapplicationof. complete soil insect control. Then bid shall be withdrawn for a corded foreclosure of Mechanic Lien, re-
period of thirty (30) days subsequent ln i R Book 3<9
Then mix it thoroughly into the top use Diazinon foliar sprays during to the opening of bids with of County the public Florida," l1Sofalt l g
out the consent of the the description of
few inches of soil. Regardless of the season to control foliage in- of Flagler County Housing, Florida Authority the allfolioywsP'reCedecl against' being *

the stage of growth of the wiresects.. You'll profit from an insect FLAGLER HOUSING COUNTY.AUTHORITY FLORIDA OF All that certain
and being County
Diazinon has the control that's hard to beat.power" Hy Jack D. Abbott Florida In Flagler
worms, "staying program Executive Director. I- more particularly described

to control these insects. Geigy Agricultural Chemicals, I Jan fi1320U4tcI Block 2 as"obl follows>::8 Subdivision: Lot 28.of

Diazinon is particularly valuable Division of Geigy Chemical Cor- \ TUB nun IT 'onlT OF Flagler' Beach, Florida, No.
Fl,.Kil.KIt <01>TY, KI.OIUIIV s-iVli.Daytona. Avenue, South
because it controls even those inporation, Ardsley, New York. IV (HM: .:ln- >0. .120: Beach, Florida 1
MARLENE: BASS. Together! with a" structures
sects that have become resistant to riiilntlff, I I and improvements now and hereafter -
on laid
Geigy "11. land.
other insecticides. CHARLES 11ASS. WITNESS my nand a.nd
CREATORS Of CHtMICAU fOI MODI N AC ICIA1U.1 of ald Court Florida,
lh'fcndant.OTI'll ai
In fact, Diazinon is the only insecticide thl, 16th
: TO DEFTND day of December, A. D.
Diazinon :
need to fight most TilE T.TIOF FI.omn.TO:
whose residence and post office Clerk of Circuit Court
address are unknown. Flagler County Florida
Dec. .a.sn
\h."rK hereby notified' that a 1965 & Jan. 6134tC
suit ,>('" tiled' against :you 1 In ----
the above entitled cause: and you --
e are hereby required answer -
with the ktoorlrhrIlO
and J to serve n copy thereof upon t. it hr 3Jluglrr; DJribunrIIUXXELL.
'TN"T.. /LICK MAN" AUVK.Cf.TMtRt'* ONUT MOP MKIDANO WU'UJ whose plaintiff or plaintiffs /Attorney
CAR YOU sort ID.PUCKS DIN[ FIACK.y\owN TO S CT $UZ1 DowP4 WIlL.TMfcT WiT name and address is:
Line A PVttl CA.T.WMKM WAS UK&7** *MO 7HKTS jr rr 4oc>t ro stow SAMUEL V. HOU'H FLORIDA
DIDlpt1 10 I SiTOSTO jrM AUTO II Ill North Third Street
:JC&W1A' I TnKNUS Pntatka, Florida
1 pOIlT KRANTZ osrl Ytsst MRS.
CwSKCfl HOW KVUWWMWIE.KUMCR ? LUt'r, than February 12th. .\. D M B. FULLER. EditorDealpted
MOTORS "Pr. IHCMC lifnft .
SAUSAftC If you fall to do ,
MC/ TMCVOLD (( confevso will be entered 110 decree against pro newspaper for all

you for the relief demanded In the Legal Advertisingd.a
/ bill of complaint. The nature of
) 0 said suit being for divorce
u WITNESS my hand and sent of February *. second claM matter
said Court this 1913 at the post-
A 6th day of Janu Office at
ary A. D. 1966. Act of Florida, under
(Official Seal) E A. SMYTHE March 1. 1871I
Clerk of said Circuit Court

By Julia. It Harvey! Ose year -,.-,.,,_,,,f
Jan. ,3- 0-27:! & Feb.We" Clerk I SU mo.t'a ----U.rs ,.1

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Labor Shortage mist.
I Current farm labor shortagesin

Florida, spurred last year by Quantity Rights
May Restrict the government's ban on foreign WE GIVE Reserved
farm workers, are jacking up **#
farmers growing costs and food ; PRICES GOOD
Fresh FoodsRising prices to consumers, according to I TOP
Thurs., Fri., Sat.

farm labor costs of Moxley."Our main hope is to develop VALUE SUPER MARKET and MondayJan.
strawberries and
producing I mechanical harvesters and 13, 14, 15
fresh vegetables may price these
strains of food crops more suit. and 17
foods out of most consumer'sreach STAMPS
able to machine harvesting,
warns a University of said Moxley, speaking for the 103 SOUTH RAILROAD ST. Tel. 4373201FLA.
Florida agricultural economist.
, Manpower Committee of Opera.
"Unless researchers develop tion (DARE) Developing Agricultural GRADE "A"FRYERS
mechanical harvesters, or
crop Resources Effectively).
until offshore farm labor restric Committee members H. R. (Whole I )
tions are relaxed, some common
Moss, chief of the Florida Indus.
commodities become 29
may spe
trial Commission's farm labor
cialties In the consumers diet,"
section; W. H. Anderson, Jr., Pound
said Dr. C. C. Moxley, Agricultural .
Florida Fruit and Vegetable Association's
Extension Service econo-
assistant manager;

and Spurlock University and L.economists A. Reuss A.met H. Family Pkg. Gut-up, 5 lb. Bag . 1.69

WANT ADS with Moxley in Orlando recentlyto
discuss labor problems in TENDER JUICYCube
Florida's citrus, vegetable and
Listings under this heading ax. sugarcane industries. I
3 cents a word each Insertion. "Coal miners won't cut cane,"
75 cents is the minimum charge Steak IbE 79
said Moxley, expressing wide.
FOR SALE-150 foot frontage on spread discontent of Florida
U. S. No. 1, corner location, about growers over unfit domestic farm
200 foot depth, near center of laborers.
town. Terms if desired. O. F. "Sugarcane producers have the LEAN MEATY
Alford, Broker, Phone 4373171.I most acute problem in getting
Jan. 13-2tc enough satisfactory domestic
labor to meet their needs," he
FOR SALE-Automatic water
added. Ribs lb. 59JUICY

softener priced very in good reasonable.condition Phone and "American engage in the labor arduous is unwillingto task of

439.2347 after 3 P. M. 1.13.2tc
cutting sugarcane, so the indus
FOR SALE-Gate leg table and try depends on the continued
chest of drawers. Phone 4373528. availability of foreign workers DELICIOUS CAPITAL (Smoked)
Jan. 13-ltp. who are adept at this work. BRISKET Lbs. 4fOO LINK
.. harvesters STEW 3 for JL SAUSAGE ,.430
------------- "Even if mechanical cane
FILL DIRT-Call Martin Hardingfor were developed, replant.
fill dirt and top soil. Phone ing each year's crop would be FRYER Ib FIRST CUTPORK
4373669. Jan 13TFCLOSTMan's necessary and this would BACKS :5 Box 59q, CHOPS H..49C
diamond ring double present land requirementsfor

around Flagler Beach. Reward. sugarcane growers. THRIFTWAY (ALL-MEAT) WORLD'S BEST
Contact Charles A. Donahue, 220 "Capital outlays for harvesting GROUND Ibs
. Third Street, South, Flagler machines might be prohibitive, WIENERS t'g. 4ge BEEF 3 139
1.6 considering the cost of land de.
Beach. -3tp
velopment in the Lake Okeechobee -
Furnished apartment for rent. sugarcane area," Moxley \ CHASE & SANBORN (Reg. or Drip Grind)
Call Harris Appliances, 4373367. continued. I
Dec. 23-tf. Cheap labor outside the Unit. Lb.
----------- COFFEE 4S
ed (States is causing a "signifi
FOR RENT- 2 bedroom duplex
cant number of Florida growers"to
apt., screened porch and car. Tin
establish foreign farming
port. Call 4373304. ll-25-Tfc
----- operations."This Limit ((1)) with purchase of 5.00 or more food order
FOR SALE, LEASE OR RENT- competition could well
2.bedroom Florida room, and force many Florida producersout
carport beach house unfurnish of business," Moxley warned.
ed. Hurricane fence encloses Commenting on the citrus industry Gt.
jack yard. Call 4373472. 11-4-tf with its high stocks of Ti IDE 4S
frozen concentrate and expected
FOR SALE-3 bedroom, 21/fc harvest greater than last year, BoxLimit
bath, double garage, central the economist said 2000 more
heating, fire place, large Florida pickers may be needed this sea ((1) with purchase of 5.00 or more food order
room, situated on 160x110 water. son-a total of at least 20,000.
front lot. Call 439.2203, Flagler The DARE Manpower Commit. ARMOUR (SHORTENING)

Beach. 11-4-tf tee's report warns, "If labor costs

COX's UPHOLSTERY, Bunnell, substantially increase citrus 3'' 4S
Fla Hwy. 11, will pick up and product prices, competition from VEGETOLE nb.
deliver all furniture free. For synthetic products and foreign
material and operations could result in multimillion .
sample prices on
labor call 4373673. 7-1-tf dollar losses to the Flor Limit (1)) with purchase of$5.00 or more food orderJOE

ida economy." GRAIN'S FLA. GRADE "A" (Medium)
SEPTIC TANK cleaning; drain Definite changes In the off.
fields installed; snail shelL Rea. (shore labor policy and break.

sonable prices. Call George Ja- throughs in research will offset E Doz. 9S
roz, ID 7.3410 8-l.tf the threat of synthetic productsand
foreign competition to Flor

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"Mission Expansion" will be Production Is UpThe 1
topic of the message to be
brought by Rev. R. W. Dickert Value of Florida's mineral I
next Sunday at the Community production reached a high PRICES GOOD CLOSED SUNDAYS

Memorial Church, beginning at of $242 million last year, 8 percent I THURS., FRI., SAT. and MON., QUANTITY RIGHTS
11 a. m. Sunday School beginsat more than in 1964, the
JANUARY 13th, 14th, 15th & 17th, 1966 RESERVEDStore
9:45: with classes for all ages.I Florida State Chamber of Commerce I
Everyone welcome to attend. points out. t Hours Monday thru Thursday, 8 a. m. 6 p. m.-Fri. & Sat. 8 a. m 7 p. m.
"This total value (an official I
Judson Stryker Jr., an employee preliminary figure at mine I
of GE was on a business level) is $19 million more than You Save Many Ways at Flagler Food Store: Low Prices
mission to Philadelphia last last year and $65 million more I
week. than the 1960 value. Quality Merchandise Free S and H Green Stamps Car

"Like most industries, Flor j
Arriving this week for a visit ida's mineral industries have Expense etc. Let Us Stretch Your Budget in 1966.U. .
with Mr. and Mrs. Harold E. lean years as well as fat. Three
Jones, Include his brother and in
I I years ago there was a drop
nephew and their wives, Mr. and value, but no cessaion of pro. S. CHOICE FLAVOR AGED U. S. CHOICE FLAVOR AGED
Mrs. A. R. Jones and Mr. and I I duction or production expenses. CHUCK CHUCK
Mrs. John Jones of Southbrlgg, "Limestone is mined In great. '
Mass.A I er quantity In Florida than any ROAST Lb. 49 STEAK59''
congregation meeting will other mineral. Last year's production .
be held at the Flagler Beach was 35 million short
Methodist Church following the tons worth $40 million. The
morning worship Sunday, January most valuable mineral is phos U. S. CHOICE*FLAVOR AGED U. S. CHOICE FLAVOR AGED

16. The purpose is to vote phate with 18 million long tons SHOULDER (Round BonejSHOULDER !(Round Bone)
on a plaque to be placed in the worth $131 million at the mines

new sancutuary In gratitude to I last year. ROAST 69' S TEA K Lb.
Rev. and Mrs. Reynold Hoover. "Clays mined In the state 69
amounted to 949,000 short tons
Recent weekend guests of Mr. I I which sold for $9 million. Sand

and Mrs. Judson Stryker Jr., and gravel mined came to 8 million U. S. CHOICE FLAVOR AGED FLA. GRADE "A'
were Mr. and Mrs. George May j I: short tons worth $7 million.
cock and son Billy of Jackson- "Also included in the total are PACK
ville. .I other minerals on which de. $489
tailed figures are not yet avail. STEAK Lb. 98' FRYERS t"t

. BOOKS ARE MY DISH ....1 able separately. These include
By Dorothy Homons lime, cement, petroleum, naturalgas
"In Cold Blood", Trumen ca. magnesium compoundsfrom
pote's new kind of mystery that, sea water, peat, titanium, i MAXWELL HOUSECOFFEE ARMOUR'S VEGETOLESHORTENING
appeared In The New Yorker I oxides and staurolite."
magazine in September and impressed
us so we instantly bound
up the Installments so our read.
ers would not have to wait until I Nurses Needed
I January 17 for the clothboundcopy I K
has been given a tremendous By Air ForceThe ; 1-Lb.39, 3 Lb. 39
amount of publicity-one I I Can
it two entire Air Force this week opened I
newspaper gave
Limit 1 with 5.00 or more food order Limit 1 with 5.00 or more food order
pages and you can hardly pickup I I the male and eased restrictions
a magazine that does not refer on the female nursing pro.
to it somewhere. Those who announced Sergeant
; took out the bound installments Maves of the Daytona Beach
in the Flagler Beach Public Library Air Force Recruiting Office. HALVES DEVILS-WHITE-YELLOW
shouud not miss LIFE that The Air Force male nurse 00
will appear in the middle of the .program opened after being PEACHES 3 for 85' CAKE MIX 3Ifan

month with a special spread on closed for more than a year .
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this book, and we gather, many while female nurse procure. aamnr*rit| A _-g .......-
pictures of the site of the crime ment has remained open.
, and the ones who did It. We Registered Volusla and Flag. 2% HUNT'S 4 Oz. LYKES

' will gladly reserve the book (in ler County male and female WHOLE, UNPEELED VIENNA
oud binding) for any reader. :Mrs. nurses between the ages of 20 00 I
I Frank has it now and it has I and 34 who have completed a APRICOTS29'1 SAUSAGE 5. for $1 i
! been promised to Mrs. John three year nursing education .
Hodges of Palatka and Flagler I program are eligible to apply. i
Beach, who is also a mystery Married female registerednurses
fan.If I are now eligible. providing 303 SUNSHINE 200 Ct. KLEENEX l
you want to give books tO( that they meet age require. TURNIP COLLARD '
the Library and it is not open, ments and have no dependentsunder TISSUES 2 'Pkgs. 49 ,'
please leave them for me at the 18 years of age. There are ,
Green Hotel which is Just across no dependent restrictions for 3 for 33
the way and is where I live. A married male nurses. .
whole carton of paperbacks was For full information stop in
lost being left outside. Some. at the Air Force Recruiting Office FOODS -
body may easily have thought'I located at 221 Bay Street, 20 ,Oz. WINTER GARDEN ;
they were being thrown out. Daytona Beach, or call Sergeant PEACH
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purchase of ((2) < purchase of two ((2) purchase of one (1) 10 lb. I
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SNYDER-MATTHEWS I Mr. and Mrs. F. 11. Howell Armour Star
I have returned home after a L!1 ;
ENGAGEMENT IS visit in Labelle, Florida with SLAB BACONSliced
relatives. They were accompanied -
there by Mr. Howell's sister, 69c
and Mrs. Martin Harding, Mrs. Myra Hall of Ocala. Free)
St. Johns Park, have announcedthe ,
engagement of their daughter Mrs. Rodgers Turner has recently
Mary Elizabeth Matthews to I returned to her home hereafter
James E. Snyder, son of Mr. and I a holiday visit in Las Va- U. S. D. A. CHOICE BEEF SALE
Mrs. Howard Shirk, Tampa. I gas with her son, Charles Turn.
Miss Matthews was born in'er. I! CHUCK ROAST
Holloywood, Florida and movedto 49
Bunnell in 1947. She is a 1965 I Rev. W. E. Chellgren, Ray Mercer
graduate of 'the Bunnell High and Dr. Allen Reynolds, represented
School and is employed at the the First Methodist
Southern Bell Telephone Company Church of Bunnell at the Bishops Round Bone ROAST lb. 59
in Daytona Beach. She is I Convocation held in Lakeland
the grand daughter of Mr. and Saturday.
Mrs. W. L. Dunson and Mrs.
Anita Akins of St. Johns Park. I Mr. and Mrs. J. C. Rodgers CHUCK STEAK lb. 59
have returned home after a visitof
Mr. Synder was born in
two weeks in Macclenny with
Miller'l I
Pa., and moved to .
their son and daughter in law,
1955. He is employed
ran's Tree Surgeons in Vero Mr. and Mrs. Herbert Rodgers. ,Lean Western BOSTON BUTT

Beach.A February. wedding is plan. I Dinner guests Sunday of Mr. PORK ROAST *
ned. : and Mrs. Walter Knight were lb. 59
I I Mr. and Mrs. Dan Knight of De-
,land and Dr. and Mrs. Claude
Those going to Seville Tuesday FRESH Florida
afternoon for the funeral of Knight of Palatka. ) ((4-7 lb. Avg.)

C. J. Baker included Mr. and
Mr. Mr. and Mrs. Lee Blakely were BAKING HENS lb. *
Mrs. Bill Baker and family, 29
in New Smyrna Beach Sunday
and Mrs. E. C. Johnston, Mrs.
afternoon and evening visiting
Lettie Copeland, and Mrs. Mattie '
with relatives. Our Value

Mr. and Mrs. T. E. Holden GREENS
have returned to their home COFFEE
here after a holiday visit in would like to thank everyonefor BLUE PLATE
Elizabethton, Tenn., with their the beautiful flowers, cards Qt. Jar lb.
son in law and daughter, Mr. and visits during my stay in the MAYONNAISE Ea. 4ge 1 Tin 48e
and Mrs. Julian Caudill and hospital. I would also like to express
I family. special thanks to the ministers -
SPAM 12 oz. Can Limit 1 with $5.00 or more food order
! and their wives who visit
Guests of Mr. and Mrs. T. E. ed with LUNCHEON MEAT E" 49C
Holden Wednesday were former I me.Worrell Durrance
residents of Bunnell and Flag.
Fireside CHOC. or VANILLA 1'/ lb. Pkg. DAIRY SPECIAL -
ler Beach, Mrs. Louise Spauld-
ing and Mrs. Pete Hudson of CARD OF THANKSWe SANDWICH CREAMS Ea. 29C .
Louisville, Ga. They were en- Mrs. Pickford's 1 16. Qtrs.
route to Palm Beach for a visit. wish to express our deep
appreciation to our friends for OLEO
Mr. and Mrs. Charles Smithof their prayers, visits, flowers, 2'539c
Haw Creek, are the parentsof cards, covered dishes, and other TIDE
a daughter born December 2j acts of kindness durng the illness -
in the Halifax Hospital in Daytona and loss of our husband and
Beach. She weighed 7,father. FROZEN FOODSWinter -
pounds 10 ounces and has been Your thoughtfulness will always GIANT 48"
given the name of Sharon Diane .I be remembered.The SIZE Garden
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107 N. Bay St. Bunnell Florida SUNDAYS IIIEIThITIII U.S.Phone No. 1 4373227OPEN BUNNELL

8:00 a.m.-1:00 p.m.
Quantity Right Reserved Prices Good January 13, 14, 15, 16 and 17, 1966


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Ja grown. This Is especially interesting New Year's. Some stores have for $5, you may get the same --
Q inoI when the large diameter 'good sales of their Christmas merchandise for less at a sale. PETERSON TEXACO
culms blast off. 'cards and decorations just after Or you may get a better qualityfor SERVICE
(By U.my Sharpe) If you are a close observer, the holidays.And the $5 you had planned to I ROAD SERVICE I

Bamboos are like some neigh you will quickly note that the some have storewide I spend. Either way you'll be sav- Light Mechanical Work
bors-they are nice to have sheath that envelopes the culmis ing.
sales, so watch the ads. t I Phone 437.3441 Junntll
around the house, If you overlook usually pushed off as branches I
I To take advantage of a sale I
some of their faults. develop. However, it some( varieties
rather than be taken, be sure I
Cleopatra's barge has been replaced
The the sheaths remain at-
Bamboos are high flyers. tached for time. These you're a wise shopper, home by hydrofoil boats on the F. ALTORD
taller species that reach skyward some I
economists with the Florida Agricultural
Nile the National
nearly 80 feet will cut off unsightly sheaths are the "trademark"for Registered
number of the bamboos. Extension Service I Three such high-speed I I'I'O.
views, while dense growIng a
caution. I Real Estate Broker
boats named for
varieties will give peek-proof Therefore, it is often quite easyto and I I
Know what want
you queens cruise the river between
privacy to any enclosure.On bamboo recognize species the from better the sheaths known need. Aimless bargain hunting'Aswan and Abu Simbel. Bunnell., Florida

small clump of the "switch- alone. may mean you'll go home with | -. -----
cane" bamboo If harvested and Bamboos in general seem to useless buys. Know the original I j
will reduce price of the merchandise to be
applied properly shy away from common names.If PHONEKelley's
Juvenile delinquency. you are looking for medium- sure you're getting a bargain. I
Other uses of bamboo are food, Examine the mercnandise
sized clump bamboo, then try
shelter, implements and utensils.: the Bambusa multiplex. If your carefully. Check colors, size and I Fuel OilCLEAN
Building costs may prevent new planting must be a colossal condition of clothing. Try it on.
construction of a home from production, then plant Bambusa Consider the cost of cleaning and BURNINGSTANDARD
bamboo, but who could objectto arundinacea. An in-between size repairing soiled merchandise.Add .
an Oriental model cook-out bamboo is called Distich! this to the purchase price
shelter on the patio? when you figure how much !
Bamboo food, of course Is limited you're saving.
to those who like to nibbleon January Sales to Inspect seconds and irregulars.
tender shoots or those who Imperfections cause a price re OIL
crave the cereal-like grain produced Save You MoneyJanuary duction. Check guarantees and I
by some bamboos. services provided. Price reductions -I
Fishing poles, hanger rods for sales will save you shouldn't affect the manu I PRODUCTS
the clothes closet, dart blowers money, if you buy wisely. facturer's guarantees and servo i
and musical flutes are among Sheets, pillowcases and blankets ices on regular items. DIESEL -:- KEROSENEHOME

some uses for bamboo. Sections small appliances, clothingand Follow your usual spending DELIVERY COMMERCIAL ACCOUNTS
of the giant growing hollow cane shoes, even furs and sport guides. If you're used to buyinga Phone 437-7172 Bunnell Florida
are Ideal for planters for the equipment go on sale after certain quality 'merchandise ,
Florida room.Bamboos .._- -
can serve as a ther .

mometer. You can estimate the __ -
temperature by the rate of -

growth. During chilly periods ). I '
bamboo culms barely Inch along,
while during hot, humid weath
er bamboo shoots may jump
skyward 24 to 36 inches in 2-
hours. L iI i--
There are more than 400(
species of bamboos. Most of;
these grow In the tropics, but
there are a score or more varieties -
that are adapted to Florida.
They range from midget-size I
cares to the giants that wave
four-score feet Into the air.
There are two types of bam
boo according to growth habit.
These are clump forming and

running.In .
the clump bamboos the.
culms, or canes, are close together I
because the buds which I
sprout from the base of the
plant beneath the surface of the
ground immediately turn upward
to form a new sprout.
The running type bamboo
sends out horizontal under.
ground stems that distribute
shoots at irregular intervals-
from a few inches to several feet.If .
not kept in check, the running-
type bamboo can soon take overa
homestead by invading every
acre of the lot.
Bamboss like reasonable rich
and moist soil but welldrainedsoil.
They are nearly all ever
green.: In Florida most of these
giant grasses replace their old
leaves with new ones in the

spring and early summer. ,r >
You can get a start of the

bunch-type bamboo by dividinga PAA
clump of the roots after cutting .
off the canes. The newlyset Don't believe \ 'q _____
clumps like warm, moist
earth to begin a new life. So,
the sticker
steamy hot summer days are on
best for setting this type of barn.
the window.
boo.The running bamboos do not .

root readily from stem cuttings.But .
with a little care they can your Plymouth Dealeris
be propagated from rhizome
cuttings taken In late summeror giving good deals
in early spring. They can also
be transplanted by small plants
with pieces of rhizomes.The now to keep sales moving.
length of time it takes to ,

grow a bamboo screen dependson So move with him.
the care you give the plantsand
the soil. Under favorable

conditions medium-sized bam See Dealin' Man at land
boos will reach maximum your Plymouth
heights in four to seven years.
The taller species may not reach VirFUtYlElVEDEKEVAUANTIAIllACUDAMnonao

top growth for 15 years. NnMvn OMUM A CHRYSLER
The bamboo Is an interestingplan w--
to watch grow. The culm,
whether large or small, has the
same diameter when it first\
comes above the surface of the U.S. Highway 1 South KRANTZ MOTORS INC.Bunnell, Florida

ground that It does when fully ,



Resolution By

Lions Club On ,

Highway SafetyWhereas

we believe in and
encourage safety on roads in our \
State and, .
Whereas, attention has been
duly directed to unsafe road
conditions on Florida State Road
11, beginning in the City of Bun-
nell, Florida and extending
South to the Flagler County ." -
line and,
Whereas, eleven persons have .
lost their lives on this stretchof NOW FLORIDA
highway in the year 1965 .
Whereas, unsafe driving conditions
are prevalent at all '
times due to a lower shoulder .' ;
305 .
condition than the surface of
the road itself and, ..'
Whereas, the surface of the 813
road itself is susceptible to slick '
driving conditions even in a and the new one: .
heavy dew situation and,
Whereas, several trees grow .
too close to the road itself, preventing 904
reasonable safe driving
conditions upon leaving said has complete list
road in an emergency situationand Your new telephone directory a

cities and their Area Code numbers.
Whereas, many person have of Florida
received severe injuries and

countless accidents financial on and losses along due this to When you dial Long Distance direct in Florida,

road Whereas and there is a notable check your new telephone book. Then be sure to

lack of of proven any signs unsafe warning conditionson drivers dial the proper Area Code if needed.

this road, no appreciable I .

amount shoulders of or elimination improvements of unnecessary on Direct Distance'Dialing is fast. Economical. .

trees along the right. station-to-station rate.
of way and, You get the low

large Whereas portion, this of our road community serves a, And it's easy. Just follow these simple steps:

with several school buses travel-
ing this road each school day 1. Dial "1" to connect with the ODD equipment

and Whereas, it is encumbent upon .2. Then the Area Code of the city you're callingif
all to provide reasonable safe
different from your own.
driving conditions for everyone,
Now, therefore, be it resolved 3. Then the individual number you want
'that, the Bunnell Lions Club,

representing several communities all segments of Flagler of the Call often. And dial direct.

County and all visitors who
drive this road, by the State Fast. Easy.
Road Department of Florida,
And be it further resolved f Low station-to-station rates.
that, an all out effort be made
by this department of government (Remember After 8 p.m. weeknights and anytime Sundays you can call station-station anywhere In Floridafor
to eliminate these unsafe 65c or less; anywhere in the continental S.except Alaska) for$1.00 or less. 3-minute rates; add tax.)
driving conditions on this road
and its right-of-way, as quicklyas
And be it further resolved
that, the Bunnell Lions Club
will immediately, upon consultation .
with proper Flagler County
officials, erect billboard type ,
warning signs denoting unsafe' 904
driving conditions on this road,
citing loss of life and other relevant
statistics which will be
recognizable to all persons using
State Road 11 in Flagler County, .
Florida, M4Y.ff, : DAYTONA BEACH
And be it further resolwd 1 .
that, the Bunnell Lions Club, by OCAL.A. A p .
unanimous vote, did adopt the
above resolution in open meeting DELANO O
on the eleventh day of January
1966, and that copies be
sent to the several Departments,
Boards and Commissions of the
State of Florida, whose imme
diate concern is for safe road
construction and maintenance,
and .request copies of this resolution
be published in newspapers
serving this Community.
James L. Krantz, secretary
Bunnell Lions Club I
Bunnell, Florida 32010
John W. Seay, President
Bunnell Lions Club
Bunnell, Florida 32010

Malaspina Glacier near Mt.
St. Ellas in southeastern Alaskais
the largest glacier in the
world outside the polar regions,
the National Geographic says. @ Southern Bell
The giant ice mass covers 1,500
square miles, an area larger .
than Rhode Island. I

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response differences. I' Florida citrus grove owners persons with half as many more of business which the citrus In-
Scenic Value of I I I I
I Gray said the results will be directly employ about 75,000 employed Indirectly as a result dustry generates. ,
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Research 'Grant I
i and modifying existing land
A $64,000 grant recently award. management practices on a'I
ed to the University of Florida sound ecological and economic
School of Forestry and the Flor basis In order to improve scenic
appeal of forested areas for the
ida Agricultural Experiment '
tions will enable scientists to traveling public.Plentifuls .ioJMJUotOodI

evaluate "scenic values" of forests .
0' and other wild lands In the I Listed
: southern pine regions. I

According to Dr. J. R. Becken- For New YearFood And ye shall be my sons and daughters

bach, stations director, the three shoppers in Florida can Saith the Lord Almighty.
year basic research study will I look forward to continued gen. Hosea 1:10, Isaiah 43:6
develop and test
attempt to
erous supplies of pecans from
methods for classifying existing 'the large 1965 crop of 263.8 mil. We are,indeed, all children of
scenic qualities of representativeforest lion pounds, reports Mrs. Gladys God. Every man, every individual
landscapes. This will be Kendall, marketing specialist, has equal opportunity believe
done by using various visual I Florida Extension I in God, to accept salvation.It .
media with audiences represent. Agricultural is a birthright, made possible
ed by the public, he said. : Service. I through God's love for all
Pecans lead the list of foods Herein lies the strength of
John Gray, director of the for. which the U. S. Department of'' Christianity. Herein lies the
estry school says Dr. K. R.I, Agriculture's Consumer and strength of the individual Chris
stations forester will tian. If believe in and
Swinford, I Marketing Service has on the I we God
head up the new project award. understand the example of the
list for Florida
January plentiful
ed by the division of watershed, life of Christ upon earth, we ac-
and other southeastern states. i find easier
cordingly it to meet
recreation and research of I
range Other January plentlfuls In. 1 the trials and temptations of) life
the U. S. Forest Service.
elude oranges and orange products I V/ and to recognize the rights of
The study may provide a practical I grapefruit, apples, cabbage, I II others.
The hope of salvation which
inventoryingand ,
procedure onions, red tart
analyzing the aesthetic potatoes grapes is peace eternal, is God's promise
I cherries and split peas. to all
of forested terrain, and I mankind. We must remem
quality At 129 million boxes, the 1965- t ber, however, that God expects
for stratifying users according to I 66 orange crop is 7 percent larger \ something of us in return.
I than a year earlier, Mrs. Kendall fr

HASTINGS MATTRESS points out. Grapefruit productionis _
estimated at 44.2 million
& UPHOLSTRY WORKS boxes-8 per cent larger than I Read your BIBLE dally
710-12 Lemon St. I Mast season. and

Palatka, Florida I Commercial apple productionin
Phone EA 5-9166 1965 is estimated by USDAat GO TO CHURCH
Furnltu Upholstering I I 136.4 million bushels. SUNDAY
Repaired & Refinished Fall and winter cabbage pro.
Mattresses & Box Springs r
Made 10 Order Also RenovatedCall duction estimates point to large I --=
Laura Morris 437.3233 supplies during early! 1966, Mrs.
After 6:00 P. M. Kendall says, and the fall potato
PRICES REASONABLE. crop is estimated at 215.5 million
BUDGET PLAN IF NEEDED. hundredweight-up 25 per cent
Just as near as your over a year ago. Late summer
Phone or Post Office onion production, at 21.2 million
Drop Us A Card or Call
hundredweight, was a fifth larger
Free Pick-up & Delivery
than a year ago.
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