The Flagler tribune
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 Material Information
Title: The Flagler tribune
Physical Description: Newspaper
Language: English
Publisher: s.n.
Place of Publication: Bunnell Fla
Creation Date: January 20, 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
oclc - 33425664
notis - AFA6237
lccn - sn 95047251
System ID: UF00079914:00315
 Related Items
Preceded by: St. Johns tribune
Succeeded by: Palm Coast news
Succeeded by: Flagler/Palm Coast news-tribune

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VOLUME 54, NO. 3

Dr. Watkins Is DAR AWARD TO Rev. Taylor New BUNNELL EXAM WEEKFirst HIGH I Cattlemen'sJubilee

MARILYN MCNABMiss Pastor of The semester examinations Day

Man of the YearIn Marilyn McNab, a memo
scheduled for Bunnell High
ber of the Senior Class at Bun.' Methodist ChurclRev. are Defies RainBy
School today, January 20.
been nomi.
AgricultureDr. nell High School, has
School will be dismissednoon at ( Don Jordan County Agent)
nated by the faculty for the Oliver F. Taylor has been
M. O. Watkins, director, Citizenship Award; of Friday, January 21, to en. Despite soaking showers Sat
DAR Good appointed to serve as pastor
Florida Agricultural Extension., able the teachers to have I the urday morning the scheduled
sponsored by the Volusla DAR the First Methodist Church of
Service has been named Man of ] afternoon for grading exam ]pal Quarter Horse Jubilee began almost
James lIenley
Chapter. Bunnell Bishop
the Year in Agriculture in Flor. Girls competing for this award announced, this week. The .ape pers and to prepare for the start on the appointed time.

ida by the Progressive Farmer I of the second semester. The Bunnell High School Band
must possess to an outstanding pointment is effective February
underdirectlon of Howard Carson
magazine. .
degree dependability, first.
Dr. Watkins was singled out I played to the tune of the
leadership and patriotism. This appointment fills the va.
by the Progressive Farmerone as I caused when Rev. Heard CommissionersCockrell raindrops as "Dixie" ushered in
of the men who has played I Porter was transferred to a scant few for the Grand entry.

an important role in bringing! However after 11 o'clock the
Immokalee Church last July. The Name
about the tremendous strides Senior Citizens served weather began to clear and the
church has been ably I
In horses and the people began to
made in Florida agriculture
during the past six months by
Dept. that in the end
recent years. Membership UpThe retired ministers, Rev. E. E. gather so every.
Dr. Watkins was recognized; one was quite well pleased.In .
Snow of DeBary, and Rev. W. Jeff Cockrell of Bunnell was
Senior Citizens
for his leadership and distil Flagler E'I! events participated In by

uished service to agriculture. 1 He Club met Tuesday evening, Jan. Chellgren, a former minister 'appointed as Flagler County local youngsters, Marvin Henrywas

praised for his ability to ad. uary 18, in th the municipal the Pensylvania Methodist Con. I Road Superintendent at a spe. winner of two races-Children's
ference who resided In Daytona cial called meeting of the Board
Beach with 56
just Agricultural Extension] building, Flagler Cowpony (13.16 years),

Service activities to serve ex. members and guests present. Beach. of County Commissioners last and Open Cowpony. In the Chil
Mr. and Mrs. Rev. Taylor, a 1962 ''honor Monday night. His appointment
panding needs of modern faring The club welcomed dren's Cowpony (13-16 years),
graduate of Florida Southe will become effective Janu.
and family life, both rural Clarence Denham, Flagler Beach, on Debbie Jacobs of Daytona Beach

and urban, adult 'and youth.Dr. as new members. The club now< I College, will come to Bunnell ary 24. was second and Donald Pelllcer
from Duke University, Durham Mr. Cockrell will fill the va.
increase of ,
has 87 members, an local
Watkins was cited for 1 his: of Bunnell third.
iN. C., where he has just com. cancy caused by the death of
leadership in the developme 21 over last year. youngsters in this race was Ray
I pleted three years of theologic the former road superintendent ,
Lois Stanton served as
Mrs. and
of rural areas needing new< II Smith, Mitchell Henry
studies. L. M. Whitaker, on December :29.
in place of Mrs.
of Income and in help. acting secretary Churck Cowart.In .
sources I who has He has been a member of the! Mr. Whitaker had served in th'at I
ing those with prosperous agrl. Kay Swayze, secretary, I the Children's Cowpony
I Methodist Conference
Florida about 20
culture to advance even furth( been ill. Following a six o'clock position years. ((0.12( years), Mark Strickland
the evening was. since 1963 when he was ordanii Mr. Cockrell is owner and orator ;
A of the University potluck supper placed first with Rob Cowart of
graduate : I
a deacon. Born in Mlccosuke > of his own dragline con
and Irate
of Florida, with a doctor of pub. given over to games Bunnell and Janice Wheeler sec-
he reared in Jacksonvil] of
was As superintendent
members and pany.
lie administration degree from sizing among >nd third respectively.Jack .
'and is a graduate of Robert ]E. road Mr. Cockrell will also 1 be
Harvard University, Dr. Watkins guests. Tilton of San Mateo won
Lee High School of that city.; of the
that In charge county prison
announced Ray.
became assistant in agricultural It was he Blooded Cowpony race, while

conservation in Hlllsboroui I mond Smith, Civil Defense dlr.I : Lie is married and has three vork crew. )on McLean ran two horses,
children. Mr. Cockrell is a native t of
County in 1937. In 1941 he went ector for Flagler County, would second and third.In .
at the next: Alabama, and has' been a resl.
je guest speaker the Registered Cowpony
to Marion County as county ago I
meeting, February 1. lent of Flagler County for many ( added due to on- .
ricultural agent. He was pro. David Hamilton, Sr. ears. He is married to the ace a race

moted to assistant to the direct I Funeral Service .he-spot demand) Floyd Smith,
former Beatrice Pelllcer of Butsell. ;
of Extension in 1945. He was ape Friday Afternoon Louise Mason and Bert Fair-
They have one daughter ,
assistant director of Ex.: II loth ran horses in that order.
pointed SirenAt
te nslon-in 1950 and-beecame Erector ,New Fire Funeral servicefor David Irs. Mose Atkinson ofBunne Ray McCullough chipped In a (

Hamilton, Sr., of Holly Hill, who The Cockrells reside at 303 ]N.
of Extension In 1956. I knife: bridle and halter as added
Dr. Watkins has just comple Flagler BeachThe lied Tuesday, will be held i ao'clock Church street.Matthews. prizes in the Children's and

ed a one-year term as chairma City of Flagler Beach has 2\ Friday afternoon at Hooded Cowpony races.

of the Extension Committee on just completed installation of anew the Baggett-McIntosh Tuners Files The three top placings in Jack

which Chapel: in Daytona Beach. Pot' Roping were Don Motes, Paitka -
Organization and Policy, fire siren that, according 1 1 to

has a leading part in setting national ; Helen[ Nolte, city clerk, can be Mr. Hamilton was active i In Three New BillsD. ; Charlie Alford, Palatka;
Masonic circles and was a mere
and Smith, Hastings.
Extensio Wesley
guides for state heard a long way.
Services. He is also a member of She said that the siren wll1 er of the Flagler County Shrine R. (Billy) Matthews, I In Each: roper tried two calves with

the Coordinating Committee forth be sounded at 12 noon, begin lub.: lIe was 73 years old. Washington for the opening ot best average time winning.

National Agricultural Polic, nlng Monday January 24. How. A Masonic service will be held the Second Session of the 89t Records on barrel events are

Committee and of the President'sCommittee ever, it will not be sounded on: at the graveside in Cedar Hi] Congress, has introduced four not available at this time, how.

on Employment of aturdays, Sundays, and hoi]: emetery, Daytona Beach. major pieces of legislation. The] ever, local youngsters were not

the Handicapped. ays. are: entered In these events. Neither

The siren may be run manu. 1-the cold war veterans bene do we have records of Quarterorse

ally to sound a wavering c AGRICULTURALPROGRAM fits bill; ((2)) a bill to permit to. Races.

BODY FOUND ON steady volume of sound. The SIGNUP bacco farmers better spacing for Youth groups and leaders did

cured tobacco plantings andto in working the conssions. .
ailing sound would be used ft ue- a fine job

BEACH HAS NOT in i case of "an air raid," the clerk] SET FOR JAN. 24 i require the Secretary of Ag The F. F.A. handled

BEEN IDENTIFIEDA said. i The signup for the 1966 di culture to maintain reports of soft drinks and Youth Livestock

The new siren was secured* version for feed grain bacco experts by type; Club handled' food booths, along
decomposed body found on the cooperation of the I ICivil program (3) a bill to provide suitable with a good number of adults.In .
rough[ and cotton will start January ,,
the beach In Flagler County las punishment to persons giving all, 150 people were In.volved .
Defense Organization.
W. W. Deen, Sr., chairman, Ag
Saturday afternoon is still un aid and comfort to the enemy, in putting this show over,

Identified. The body has been cultural and Conservation more appropriately called the certainly the Flagler County Cat-
EDMONSON announced
HERIFF Committee
transferred to Lawson Funera IsApril '' "reason Amendment" to the omen's Association deeply apeclates -

Home, Palatka. IN ST. AUGUSTINE day. The signup deadline Constitution; ((4) 'and a bill to this kind of cooper-

The body was found by Dot CONFERENCE 1. provide an additional $60,001 tlon from the community.
FOR For the long.term Cropland
11111 who was
Bartell, Holly estate tax exemption to owners
north of the A. Edmon Adjustment (CAP) the signup
fishing, five miles I Sheriff and Mrs. P. of farm property.
city municipal pier at Flagler I' son are in St. Augustine today wUl begin January 31, one week

Beach. Bartell notified Flagler I where they are attending the after: the opening for the an.nual I RETURNS FROM LAGLER BEACHREGISTRATION

County Sheriffs department. Annual Mid-Winter Conference programs. The slgnup dead. COMBAT DUTY

Dr. Paul Boon, staff patholog I of the Florida Sheriffs' Assoclam. line for the CAP will be an- I Navy Lieutenant Grover G.. OOKS NOW OPENThe
unced later.
1st, Halifax Hospital, Daytona : )
Beach, who performed an autopsy St. Johns County Sheriff L. O.Davis The chairman explained that,, I Ericksen, son of Mrs.Beach Evelyn has G voter registration books
of ,
said the body appeared tc is host for the convention for 1966, a flexible schedule of icksen Air Start of Flagler Beach are now openfor

be that of a negro male, between The keynote address yesterday nups has been adopted overthe I returned; to the Naval after voter registration City Clerk
Beach ,
the age of 40 and 45, of medium was given by Florida Sheriffs'' country, with each ASC State I at Virginia Helen Nolte said today.

build. Bureau Director Ed Yarbrough, )Committee determining the most completing combat operations The registration is for th06enot

He told members of the Flag A fish fry was held for the as propriate period for the ac'tlvlty. over Viet Nam with Fighter previously registered andwho

ler County Sheriffs office' that Nation members and guests atthe The signup periods will Squadron 84. wish to vote in the munlcl-

so far as he could determine the convention yesteday after. be uniform In all Florida coun- The squadron flew Its deck combat of I pal I election to be held in March.

skull showed no fractures and noon. ties for the diversion program. missions off the flight The books will remain openuntil

that he found no bullet holes Today there will be an address The intial signup period forthe the atack aircraft carrier USS 5 P. M. on February 7th.

Levi Bran O. Dickinson Jr., 1966 Agricultural Conservan Independence, now homeported
in the body. Coroner by Hon. Fred I
In Norfolk, Va.
said an inquest Investigation state comptroller. The address ) Program was alsoan.- 20th century
nam lie has been awarded the VietNam Automation, a -
This began
would be continued. w111 be at the noon luncheon. unced. signup back nearly two
Service Medal for his par. byword, goes
1anuary 17 and ends on
There will be banquet and
centuries. In 1784 an entirely au.tomatlc -
in combat operations
the pilot a premiere showing of a newBoys ruary mill set
Whales, such as for conser- with: the Seventh Fleet flour was upoutside
whales at Marineland of Florida Ranch movie during the requests Philadelphia. From themoment
cities normally
vatlon assistance under the ACPmay lie visited port
have glands,that shed tears evening. be throughout theyear denied units of the Atlantic grain entered the con.tinuous .
brine. The The convention will adjourn accepted until Itemerged
to keep Kong, process
farmers and ranchers areurged Fleet, Including Hong
whale's vision Is keen, but it has lowing; a farewell breakfast the Philippine Islands as flour, no human
submit their
to requests
Hotel Ponce de Leon Fri.day -
of smell. Its hearing at required.
lost its sense and Japan. labor was
during "initial" signup period.
morning at 8 o'clock.
like the bat's it acute.




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FromGrapefruit cellulose, is added to the concen IV TilE CIRCUIT COURT OF the Public Record of Flagler By Dorothy Homems
Crystals I KLAf.lKIl COUNTY, KIOIUDA I County lorlda Bearing referred
trate, so it can be whipped intoa IN CHAMCFHY NO. S2O2 f I to the True Meridian and parcel ti53 A Year In Adranc

stiff, stable foam. The foam JOHN B. DONOR I containing 27.61 acre ALSO EXCEPTING -- ..
goes through a drying process. I VI. I described on the following reI !M1' %''':>TII JUDICIAL CIRCUIT

Then the dried foam is ground DOVOR.Defendant. i I I corded Records conveyance of lagler on the County Public IV",ANn FLORIDA FOil FLAf.LEU LAW NO. IK17 IOL"1) \.

Nutritious Drink NOTICE TO DEFEND Florida: ,
into which i
tiny crystals pack
together to take little storage MARGARET DONOR I i Book iiI. Page 349; Deed Book 58. I OF FLORIDA an Agency of
that dissolve 85 Klngaland! Street : 1 age Mlg: Deed Book 56. Page 273; I the State of Florida
Grapefruit crystals space. The crystals may be packaged Nutley New Jersey I Deed Book 56. I'age 266, OR Book and

readily in cold water to in conventional flexible You are hereby notified that a ::1.l 1'age 234: Deed Hook 58. Page I i iI I JLAOLER COUNTY a Political
suit has been filed against you In I i'Deed; Book Page 275; O.J R '' Subdivision of the State of
make a good tasting, nutritious pouches now used widely the above entitled cause; and you ,' Hook; 6, rage Ni; OR Book. 5: < Florida

grapefruit juice is another new are hereby required to file your an- Page <>96: O t3.ll 1. rge 522, Petitioners
the food ,
throughout processing
I swer with the Clerk of this Court I- OR. Book Page 1 ; DEENv
convenience food that should appeal industry. I to serve a Book 57 Page; 394: O.R. Book 2. I I FREDA al..
the plaintiff or plainntiff'srattorney. Page 507: Deed Book 57 Page I Defendants
to consumers, food technologists I whose name and address is: 425; Deed Book 57 Page 423; SUMMONS: TO SHOW CAUSE
with the Florida Agricul IN TIIF CHIP!'IT COURT OF RAY SFLDFNSelden Deed Book 57. Page 303 ; Deed
FLORIDA BuildingDaytona l Book 58 Page 24 ; Deed Book 57 NOTICE OF HEARING
tuural Extension Service report. t'IAfil.Jo:1t IV ('lll\HY('OI'NTVo M). 3.20H Beach Floridanot Page 263; OR Book 1, Page 401 ; I NOTICE OK EMINENT DOMAIN
later than January 29 A D. OR Book 3. Page 61: OR Book l'IOCEEDINGS
The product is lightweight and MARLENE BASS 1966 5, rage 481: O.R. Book 6 Page IN THE NAME AND

needs no refrigeration advantages Plaintiff I If you fall to do so. decree pro 325; O R Book 8. Page rf: O R I AUTHORITY OF THE STATE BY THE
VI. confesso will be entered against Book 11. Page; 427; OR Book 6. LOR I DA OF
that should make it attractive CHARLES BASS you for the relief demanded in the Page 467: O.R. Book 1, Page 42; ,
Defendant I bill of complaint. The nature of 1'age 192: OR Book TO ALL WHOM IT MAY CON
for export as well as domestic MTTH TO DEFEND said suit being for divorce 8,.Hi, Ok16k; O,R. Book 6: Page CEHNi and to all persona and par-

use. THE STATE OF FLORIDA TO: WITNESS my hand and seal of 236; OR Book 11. Page 449: all I aiming or having any right.
CHARLES BASS I said Court this 28th day of December being the luhllq Records of Flag title Interest estate mortgage or
Now ready for commercialization whose residence and post office 1965 ler County Florida other lien tb or on those certain
address are unknown (Official Seal) E A. SMYTHE Amount of Special Assessment parcels of land hereinafter described -

the process for making the You are hereby notified that a Clerk of said Circuit Court ......................................$212184 and the following persons.
suit has been filed against you In together with all unknown
By Julia R Harvey persons
crystals was developed by the the above entitled cause; and you I Deputy Clerk PAIUFL M Mil Ml TWO claiming by through or under
Being a part of the North Half
U. S. Department of Agriculture's I are wer.hereby with the required. Clerk to of lie this' your Court.an- Dec 30, 1965 & Jan. 6-13-20-4tc I of theA Northwest! Quarter. ot t>ec- who known are person not known who to are be dead dead or

Agricultural Research Division I and to serve a- copy thereof upon I I I ---mvITATJONFORIJlO1 31 non East iz, :lownsmp and 12 Eouin, ita-iKe alive: or
more particularly
the plaintiff or plaintiff attorney of Flag SECTION 73: 05-2601
The Housing Authority described follows ) STATE ROAD
and the Florida Citrus Commission i as :
whose name and address Is: ler County .Florida, will receive 4-302 LAGLER COUNTY
Beginning at the point where the
The research was conducted SAMUEL V. HOLCH I bids for the construction "of Low North line of said Section 12. intersects NAMES AND ADDRESSES
110 North Third Street Rent 30-2 atBunnell Marjorie M Brldwell

at the U. S. Fruit and Vegetable I'alatka Florida uFlorridaojconsist .' of 23 the 500 the foot Easterly right-of-way boundary of the of 463 Patterson Avenue. S. E.
not later than February 12th A D. buildings containing 40 dwelling ; Florida Intracoastal Atlanta. GeorgiaSLID
Products Laboratory at Waterway according -
1966. units and other improvements un- NO. 100.1
Winter Haven, with assistance If you fall to do so, decree pro til 2 P. SI.. EST on the lit day of Book 4. to at plat Inge: recorded 16 of the In Public Plat Harold F. Landeen
confesso will be entered against
February 1966 In the office of the Capitol Drug Store
Records of
from the Western Regional Research for the relief d the Flagler County Florida 121
North Main
bill Thennature of Housing! Authority at the cornerof as a point of reference and Street
of complaint I Allen and Bacher Streets Bun- Sheridan Wyoming
running thence
Laboratory, Albany, Calif. said suit being for divorce.. : nell Florida, at which time and along the South said Easterly 15.36'14"East sun NO. 101.1. 101.2

The crystals are made from WITNESS my hand and seal of place all bids will be publicly opened right-of-way boundary a distanceof Hazel E. Landeen
said Court this 6th day of Janu
and read aloud. Drug Store
112.43 feet
thence North 8648'
commercial frozen grapefruit Proposed forms of contract doc- 121 North Main Street
r"cttlDf1e 06"
( f)66.E. SMYTHE East a distance of 242.96 feet
concentrates.. A very small ( said Court uments' Including plan and specifications to the point of beginning of this I Sheridan Wyoming
Clerk of Circuit
are on file at the ofllceof description I : thence continuing SRI NO. 101.1. 101.2
amount of food additive, methyl By Julia It Harvey the Housing Authority of Flag- North 86"48'06" East a distance of SECTION 73505-2601 STATE ROAD
Deputy ler County 1o'lorlda. at the cornerof 80.0 feet; thence South 311'54" S-302 FLAGLER COUNTY
Jan. 13-20-27 & Peb 3-4tciv
Allen and Bather Street in Bun hast. a distance of 160.0 feet to DESCRIPTION
I nell !-Florida and at the office of the Northprlv honndAI'V ot PAlm SRI. NO. 100.1 nIGHT OP- W.. .A". '
TIIK cinniT roi RT. 8EVENTiI Architects, at 414 -' That part of: -
JUDICIAL CIRCUIT /NAND Craig and Snead Circle; thence South 86'18'08" West:
toil tLAC.IKH COUNTY North Halifax Daytona Beach along said =Northerly boundary a of The SEU of Township the SW>.
Florida. distance of 80.0 feet: thence North3'l1'54" Section 7. 12 South
I tlOKIUA. IN CIIAftGFKY CASK Copies of the documents may be I West. a distance of 160.0 Range 3D( East being Tract 3.
J. obtained from the Architects by depositing feet to the point of beginning l of Block 14, St John Development

KROSSPlaintiff. Fifty Dollars $5000) for this description I Bearings are referred Company Subdivision according to
e each set Deposit will be refundedto to the True Meridian and Plat Book 1. page 7. public records

VIRGINIA M.-VII'KKOSSPefendant. each person who returns the parcel contains 0.293 acres of Flagler County Florida: (E\-
and other documents 'EI'T fifteen feet
plans specifications Amount of Special Assessment being reserved
In good condition within 10 ..... .. ........ .. on each Section and
NOTICE: TO ATPfrAK ........... .......$160.00 half Section
THE STATE OF FLORIDA TO: days deposits after must bid be opening made Checks payable for to I'tlMII. VI' Mill:II TIIIIHF lying I line for(A public) North highway of r within")RO:
VIRGINIA :M. KROSS Beginning at point 40 feet
Authority of lagler a feet of the
Housing survey line
c/o Max Newhouse (lorldaA North and J5 feet West of the Road S-302 Section of State
109 South Eureka Avenue County, Southeast corner of the North Survey 73505 West of
certified check or bank draft I station 139-1-00( ; (B) North
Columbus Ohio. Half
of Trait 10
: running North of sad
(payable to the Housing Authorityof Survey Line, East
You notified that of said
are a feet thence West 214 feet thence Survey
Florida U. S Station
County 3
suit for divorce has been filed South 58 South
feet thence East 214 feet to of 1'f
Government bonds or a satisfactory existing Right
against you In the above entitled the point of beginning; ; In the North Road Mate i
bid bond executed by the bidder 100. said
-et cause and you are hereby requiredto and acceptable sureties In an Half of Tract 10. Block D Section 11. said Survey Station Survey line and

serve upon 1'llI.lntiff's Attorney I amount equal to five percent of the Township 12 South. Range 31 East and described as follows being located
whose name and address In the :
appear bid shall be submitted with each Bunnell Development Com- Begin on the West I
hereon your written defense If i bid: : IHnvs Allotment as per plat filed tlon 7. of Se('
liKE any. to the Bill of Complaint In with the Clerk Township 12 South Range
MAGIC! I The successful bidder will be required of the said suit on or before the 19th of lagler (County. lorlda Southwest North of the
day of February. 1J66. else decree to furnish and pay for satisfactory corner thereof; thence
Amount of
MAKE LIST Special Assessment -
YOU NO pro onfenao will be entered against :, bond or bondsAttention performance. and payment .... ...... ".................... .$! 16.0cr feet tot Station3,1139-E00 thence

LONGER USE OR WANT. THEN TUKN I you.WITNESS: my hand and seal of I Is called to the requirement Beginning 1'\111':1. at M .III'11 a point.'01 25 It feet contine feet North 883315" East.: 229.81
that not less than the to the
said Court this 18th day of January ; end of this line
Went survey
and 214! feet :North of the
minimum salaries and set description.
THEM CASH wages a*
INTO filTH AM AD IN 1966. I Stiulhtast
corner of the =North Half The
forth in the Specifications I must be land herein
(SEAL) Jo:. A. SMYTH of Trait 10. Block D. running West described contains
THIS NEWSPAPER. CALL US.. Clerk of said l'ourt paid The on Housing this project.Authority of Tlag- :J14! feet thence :North; 58 feet more 32 or.SOfl less square feet (754 nrre).
Julia U
By Harvey thence
j Last! 214 feet theme South
WE'U HELP YOU Deputy Clerk led County. Florida. reserves the ;j8; feet to the OWNED BY: \RJORIE M
WORD YOUR ADW point of beginning
W. L. VDSWORTHI right to reject any and all bids or ELi..
In the
I O. Box 896 to waive any Informalities in the North Half of Tract 10
Mock I D, Section 11, I
I Township 12
Runnel!. Florida bidding South. Ring Jl East In SRI NO. 101.1. 101.2
No bid shall be withdrawn for the Bun- RIGHT
I liilntlff a I OF WAY
M. D. It nell l 111..I..I.nlt.nt '.' .
TII.,1 JIt Att2orn.'Y 10f.'e 3-10-4tcSTtTK period of. ,.thirty. (30). days" subsequent ment is n,'r nlr it omp flied nVllot with.. .... th.....- I That. P'.r.t.of!.. :
to me opening "' uius iviui- i It-rk rn w' I the SE% of ).
< f the inult! Court :
out the consent of the Housing Authority ringIt mi Section 7 oIN :
IIAMv NO 407 I 'r t'UUnly. 1'lorldaiiiinint 4 Township 12: St
HI:TOUT OK ('0\I ITIOOK of riagler t Countv. Florlla 1 Hangs 30 .
tiri/l-\! HANK OK III\MII" Of .\ or Special| ,. JailtbPing Tract 1.
III\ \.:I.I.o IVIIIK, STATK OK HOIUHV AT TIH-3 ('I.O"|: Oh 1LVGLER HOUSING(COUNTY AUTHORITY 1LORID OF nt ... ..!.... Vss. ..fsnu ... ..116.00( 'i Block 14 St Johns Developm.ti:
in SIM':HS Company
ON "":
C'\lIII.n: S1. umtA1SHS : Subdivision according!
\ '
I' Itn'I.:
Hv Jack D. Abbott :Nl Mill::H 1\ .: Plat '
e1eordf 1.
Hi' "
Cash balance Executive Director. (.Inning/ it u point 98 feet T. pig
with other bunks and cash Items In public records of
prOCI'1I8UI : lagler Count .
of collection .....'......... ....'.......... ."...... ".. .....'...''.. '.. .. ....... .. .....* 514.471.$9; Jan fj.I-fJ-27-Hc': :!( soiithumt North and I :25! feet Went of the florida; (EXCEPT fifteen feet b..-
Mates Government i obligations; ; direct 'iid' guaranteed; ; 1.2r t:750:00 of Tract Hi corner of the North Half reserved on each side of Path

Obligations of States and political subdivisions ...................... 751418.31 I'rill.' ; I'UK'!'IT c'u"n'. "1011'11 :\ thence West: runllinoSorth 214/ 58 feet Section and half Section line f,1'public t
Securtles of Federal .11 UlC'I tL'Hi'l IP OK feet thence
agencies and
by U S. ............... ...... .. ......... .corporations... ............ ... ...not..... guaranteed None 1.'I.unl"I' .\" Mill I.'I.U.- to South the 58 feet thence I':lIlOt 214 feet highway PUlposes) :
Other securities (Including: ::$::none::corporate: : ::stocks: .. .. 3500.00 1,1':1 (01 YI'I" ('HIM'I:HIo North tint of beginning/ : In the Ding =Northerly of and within ;,"
!::::: ::: :::: half IIf
Federal funds sold ....... ...... .. ......... .... ............ ... ........ . None > no:inC Section It. Tract 10. Block D. feet "nl.Southerly of and with
Other loans and discounts .................................................................... 20lltJ9fc2 'ITY 01 1.1.\01,1':1: : III' .\"'H. a Range :11\ Est: Township In the 12 South :i0 *... of the survey line of Stat"'
Bank premises furniture and fixtures and other assets representing municipal corporation existing/ Bunnell Development Ron. S-302. Section 13505. said sur

bank premises ............................?.................................. 38000.00 under the laws of the State of per pint filed Compiny Allotment as N'v. line being described as follow-
Heal estate owned other than bank premises ............................ None I Florida I"1 igler I'ounty. 1.'lor- circuit Court with of the Clerk of the (I"lll'"m0" the Nest line of11'' '
Customers' liability to this bank on acceptances outstanding None I Ida. HagUr County. tlon 7. Township .

Other assets ............................ ................................................................... 8077.71 Plaintiff. ."\lorldaniount. of spe<'il 1 .\"..eimniin ;'" fast. 25.21!1 feet 12 North South of Rnnu tho

TOTAL ASSETS ... ............ ............... .......................................................Jl,B67.:217! .23 (",.,.tai,. lands"s-n pinvhi<-h special .... .... ......$111 .HO I Southwest run North coiner* thereof taut;: .6.1 then:! .:
IIHSI'Hstu*'nti are delinquent 1'\1\:1.: M Mill:II !'oil\: fe. t to the end 315t..hl survey Iii'
LI.tlltl.l'CIEM within tin municipality of Beginning lit 't pint :25! feet d" x< riptlon.
Demand deposits if individuals, partnerships and \\tnt ind lit: fed North of tin rise land

................................................................ .........................corporations ...............-.$1,385,342.57 Fla I )tier I B'adl.o'iorida.Defendants. Southeast corner cf the North lilt twins' 3-.;1s square herein feet described(.776 an c'i l-i
Time and savings deposit of Individual. partnerships nnd "f Tract I Hi. running/ ,' t 214 feet more or less

corporations .................................................... ....................................... 1864811.70 MUM'K thence North 58 fret theme East OWNED D\: HAZEL f:. ISII'E.i -
Deposits of United States Government ............................................ 1000000 214 (I'd. thence South 58 feet to : :
Deposits of States and political subdivisions .............................. !l56,721.15! TiLI.. I HISONS AND= tollPOKVriONS the pout of ginning; In the I'\TBJECT TO: 1VTFREST If :tn\
Deposits of foreign INTIRrSTID: : : I IN OU Sort Half uf
governments and official Institutions central Tract 10. Block D. of HAROLD F. LANDEEN1'i.E.1SI

banks and international Institutions .................................. =None HVVINCINY: Ins Olt (LMM Section 11. Township 12 South.
Deposits of commercial bank .. ... .. ..... ..... .... ..............."....... None UPON AS'0' TIn LANDS DI'SCRIW Binge 31 I 1-/1tot. In the Bunnell De- : TAKE NOTICE that ,
Certified and officers checks, etc: : : :: :.... ............. ....:::. 1217011 -:D HERFIN \ 1.lpumt'nt'IOlIotml'nt IK per pint Declaration of .
: :: ::
TOTAL DEPOSITS ......... ...............: : ::::: ::::: :::: : YOU ARC HMIHIY =NOTIHFDthit tiled with the Clerk of the Circuit tiled Taking has be.h 1'

(a) Total demand deposits ....................................It.151.30304 the CITOF ILVC.Lf-R: Court of Migler/ C'ount\. lorlda. n.ithe" 'bove-styled 8. the cause \
(b) Total time and savings deposits ...............$109775057 : DBVCH has filed Its bill of complaint Amount of pp11tI""I\ fhnH.f"? these acquiring :t II'i,

Federal funds purchased ...................................................................... =None In the shove named Courtto mint . .. .. ... ... .......U 16.00 iofihVkln>r of the Proceedings/ d.f"..
Other liabilities for borrowed money ............................................ None foreclose delinquent special assessments 1'\lIt'I-I.: M Mill-:It !:VtN '" the Petition property for th
Acceptances executed by or for account of this blink and with interest and penalties Lot 11 Block 2. Sunrise Beach Purposes' .

outstanding I ............................................................................................ None forth upon In the the parcels of land set Subdivision, being n subdivision of as therein right of described anti twit
Other liabilities (Including $ none mortgages and other lines following schedule. North tlagltr Heli'h.1o'lagler Count borrow way

on bank premises and other real estate) .............................. None the aggregate amount of uchtopl'clal Horidi and comprising all of State Road llo 5-302 for. In a Flagler Portion County of-
assessments Interest and Lot 7. Section 15 and all of Lot i ,

TOTAL LIABILITIES ............................................................................M.249.053.01 penalties parcels of against land, o*said set respective forth In Range 1. Section 31 East 36, .Township as filed In 11 South ers Florida will apply and that for an the Order Petition rf

CAPITAL A'OI'NTMa mid' bill of Complaint being set of the Clerk of the the office the Taking, and such other Order ,'s
Circuit Court
( ) Capital! notes! debentures. ,........................................_........... None lowing opposite nrhedule such parcels. in the fol- J'Court of lagler County Florida Honorable' Howell roper W .before the
'OJ l'relerrea StOcK-total par value ........._..............._...._........ None /'AIU'I( M to-wit'Mlll-ll: ONR: !In 1'1 lat Book 1. ran vn /<"' .w. of the Tllrlo-a. nt ,!.. /-ci-.i. /-_on....,
No. shares PUblic Records f ;
outltandlnll.Nonec Jingler'County: or .
( ) Common stock-total par value .............................-................_ 150000.00 Being Section a part 12 of the North 12 Halfof 1o'lorldli. and for ev..nih'u Flagler! : J Circuit, In
No shares authorized-1.500 Township South Amount of Special Assessment on County Florida

No share outstanding-1500 Range 31 EllIOt and more particularly .... .. ........ ..... .. .......... 1 1 nn.tin l 6.h at 24th 2:00 day. rofcf' eynAi D.
Surplus .................... .. .. described as follows: Beginning In addition to the amounts Flagler : o P. .
Undivided; profits :::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::_::::_::::::::::::::::::::::::: 20000000 431362: : line of at sail H point Section t'rt2tl Intersect North opposite each parcel of land In the set nell I' Florida.: County AU Courthouse at Bun the

Reserve for contingencies and other capital reserves ................ 25000.00 the Easterly boundary of the 500 penalties foregoing n.schedule provided Interest by and BDrLr all parties Parties interested to may:

TOTAL CAPITAL ACCOUNTS ................................................_.......... 418163.52 Intf'rcoliltalVlltprwIlY.foot right-of-wav of the. Florida such delinquent taxes and s ecffi H.nTni."ndi'plaoe. designated'be heard at the tm|
according assessments. together with : :

TOTAL LIABILITIES AND CAPITAL ACCOUNTS .................... 4667217.23 at to Page Plat recorded IK of the In Public Plat Recordsof Book 4 expenses of part this of suit the ae costs a proportionate and- commanded!You and each to appear of you by. are filing hereb anflled

flagler County. Florida and Co be enforced and foreclosed sought' Answer to the Petition heretofore
MEMORANDA running thence South 15036'14"Ea"t. this In in hlc
suit.You ln the entitled
Average of total deposit for

with call date .............................the..........15_...calendar...................day_..........ending.....-..... 421697436 boundary along said, distance Easterly of rightofway 103717- and are hereby notified to appear Court 1966. ,to on show or what before February 28..
stake right t"1ln
Average of total loan for the your defense
15 calendar day ending with to laid tereet

call date ................................................................................................. 204197030 feet Block to 67 the as Southerly shown by boundary Amended of Rill 19th of ('omp laint on or before the have iSr and lien to you the or any of >'ou.
Loan shown In item 7 dal of February, property described -
as of 'Assets A. D.
are after deduction of 1966, In
Plat of
valuation of reserve of ......................................................._......... 17.607.25 Plat Book Venice 3 nt Park Pige recorded 51 of the In torf the you fall red so on or cause why laid the lame Petition and show bE'
Securities a* shown In Items 2-5 of "Asset*"' are after deduc- said d the bill wm taken should not

tion of valuation reserves of ........................................................ None Public Florida: "ceof North Klagler 67'27 County'46" be taken and as confessed by you and set fnMiT the in uses and Purposes
I. Howell V you yOU will be the Petition' filed
Peavy Cashier of the above-named bank do solemnly : the Southerly bound thereafter barred from ht'reln.of .

my wear knowledge that this and belief of condition I III true and correct to the best of :rlUt.ot.lolfoc 67, H distance of I said respective contesting parcels laid of land suit and \this my Hand

154.27 feet to the Westerly bound- bt' old will (" 4thtday f
Correct Attest by decree of lIald h1'
: V. Peavy Court for January
of A.
ary Flagler Avenue: thf'nceNorth non-pllynu'nt of said D. 1986.
Charles E Creal taxes and (SEAL
223214" West alone theWplltE'rly assessment E. A.
John A Clegg boundary of FlllIrlertovea"nueln penalties thereon and and interest the and Clerk of eS6 ;{.VtEcourt. in

O. F J.Alford a : n"cewlh 47213 feet this stilt.IN costs of I for Flagler County Florida.
Lily CrealH.
r the North WITNESS WHEREOF By Julia R. Harvey
W. Cody line of said Section 12 thence hereunto I have
: set my hand and Clerk
Tom E. Holden South 88.41'011"Ve t. along the the official seal of said affixed WILLIAU L. WAD WRtn(!; :
Court ('
(SEAL) Directors North line of said Section 12. 1dllHlln'e \ 14th day of January thlll OyBA" ey Flagler County
State of Florida. County of Flagler, ss: A. D. 1968. P, >
of 1534.14 feet to the point (SEAL) EMIL: 898
Sworn to and A. :
subscribed before f\\IYTlIE
and I me this 12th day of January 1966 I of beginning of this description Clerk of the JAMES. F1rld'1. It"d
hereby certify that I am not an officer or director of this bank i EXCEPTING HOWEVER. that Flagler Circuit Court J. RICHARDSON

IMOGENS STRICKLAND part of Block b4 of the Amended lly Julia County R Florida Holland Building
Notary Public State of Florida Harvey
at Large Plat of Venice Park as described Tallahal8ee. Florida
My Commission Expire Sept 12, 1969 ''In Deed Book 50 at Page 107 of Jan. 20-27: & Feb. 3-10-Hc Deputy Clerk of Jan.('ollnllpl for the Petltloner .

20-27 Feb. 3.loCtcPAGE

I in our position and the courage, I,
Too Late I common sense and patriotismthat
made this country great

To Classify i has feels been of our a slipping.stir population of A pride large no when longer segment WE GIVE M E T T S Quantity Reserved***Rights

the bothers to
flag goes by or TOP
lift the hat. I Thurs., Fri., Sat.
Well there is some good com I and MondayJan.
ing out of the transportationstrike We are too busy worrying about I VALUE SUPER MARKET
I 20, 21, 22
in New York, a lot of folks our personal pay envelope I
who had been needing exercisefor I or bank balance to give much STAMPS and 24th
it and there was thought to the American boys
years got I 103 SOUTH RAILROAD ST. Tel. 437-3201
more sure-fire fresh air in the who are fighting In Viet Namor I _
other trouble spots. We are
than most folks re
city can I FLA.
member. apathetic when we read of student GRADE "AuStewing
riots and burning of draft
They say the "pen is mightier cards.
than the sword," but we are I We can brag about our Peace Hens lb. 19
finding out that the "Quill is I Corps, our Medical Aid for the
mightier than the politicians I Aged, our Foreign Aid and Our
the public interest and the Supreme Great Society but all of it can

The situation Court combined.wasn't "pleasantfor come mighty tumbling short time down if some in pow a ((5 Lb. Bag Cut-up Hens 1.39) Limit ((3)) Please

erful labor decides it is
a thinking man to contemplate group
for it indicates what a few time to get tough and call a TENDER JUICYCube
willful labor leaders can do not I general strike. That will be the
only to our large cities but to day that America goes down the I
the nation as a whole and this drain and don't kid yourself Steak lb. 79
evil power has been handedto I that it can't happen here. Our
leaders have set I
them on a silver platter by political up
selfish politicians willing to sell the dominoes and they can all
their country down the river for go down with a bang if some U. S. CHOICE (Flavor Aged)
labor votes. body starts the reaction with
We have been asking for it I I one little push.
for a long time and I am afraid
Chuck Steak lbM 55
the situation will get much I
worse before it gets better. Arbor DayIs
Have you ever stopped to consider
what would happen if the TomorrowIf
longshoremen and Teamsters all
decided to follow some leader you want to really observe
like Quill and went on strikeat Arbor Day, January 21, plant a CHOPS ,b.49C RIB STEAK Lb. 8ge
the same time? tree and help beautify your sur
In a very short time a large roundings.The CAPITAL (Smoked)
percentage of our population I purpose of Arbor Day is T-BONE and Lb. 09
would starve to death. It would I I simply to pay tribute to the SAUSAGE .,,43*, SIRLOIN JL
not take very long for all business tree, according to Tony Jensen,
and industry to come to a I I assistant forester, Florida Agricultural SELECT (Tender) WORLD'S BEST
complete standstill. Extension Service. Lb. GROUND ib .
Supermarket shelves in our "Most of us take trees for BEEF LIVER 4ge BEEF 3 139
great metropolitan centers wouldbe granted. Few recognize the universal
empty in a week or so, millions importance of trees and
of babies would be with the Important part they play in
out milk, hospitals and clinics man's welfare," Jensen said.
would be without medicines and Some persons and organizations FLOUR :
supplies, filling stations would transplant wild trees from
have no gasoline and money, the woods on Arbor Day. With
whether you happened to havea careful selection and handling,
5 Lb.
lot or a little, wouldn't helpa wild trees often survive and ::
bit. grow well, but evidence show 39 39
No one ever thought a city, nursery grown trees have a bet Tin Bag
like New York would be all ter balance of top, stem and
snarled up and helpless by the root system, and hence a better
action of ONE union. Nobodyever chance for good growth after Limit ((1)) of your choice with 5.00 Limit ((1) with 5.00 or more
thought the day would transplanting. or more food order food order
come when a fanatical labor Florida first observed Arbor
leader would tell a Supreme Day in 1886. The actual date TOPP'S 12 Oz. Can (A st. Flavors)
Court Judge to "Drop Dead" on varied for a number of years.
a national hook-up but it has However, in 1945, the State Leg 12 Oz. 00
happened and we can thank the islature adopted the third Friday -
Congress and political bosses of in January as Florida's official I DRINKS 15 $1
the nation who have brought it Arbor Day. CansLimit
on through their coddling of The sabal palm-more widely
labor over the years. known as the cabbage palm-is
For a long time we have prided Florida's official state tree. How- I ((15) Please

ourselves as being the great I ever, a most important timber SHURFINE (Tall)
est and most powerful nationon tree is the slash pine, one seen
. earth. We have felt secure I in countless pine plantations. I'

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BEST MEATS rl iWetei
f )
I Mrs. Jasper White, Program i :
Chairman invites the public to I''

attend the Flagler Woman's PRICES GOOD CLOSED SUNDAYS

Club January Social meeting': THURS., FRI., SAT. and MON., QUANTITY RIGHTS
26th at 21!
Wednesday January !' JANUARY 20, 21, 22 and 24, 1966 RESERVEDStore
p. m. when members of the Flag-

iPb ler County Nursing Council will !;! Hours Monday thru Thursday, 8 a. m. 6 p. m.-Fri. & Sat. 8 a. m 7 p. m.
I be present to give in detail ser

w I vices rendered to the County. Re. j ARMOUR STAR
,t.- r i freshments will be served following j I Ii

i the program. Members I
are urged to attend and bring,II Whole
I Smoked Picnics
friends. 'i Lb. 39ARMOUR
i The Club's business meeting
was held last Wednesday with I

president, Miss Emily Gage pre- j
p siding. Following an inspiring i
devotional on "Looking Ahead in I j STAR SLICED PICNICS Pound 59*

the New Year" given by Mrs. ,\

I R. K. Hirst, Mrs. H. G. Heydt announced M II
\ the .Thrift. Shop I'
Mr. and Mrs. Nagl Abraham, been moved to the corner; 01 CENTER CUT

Flagler Beach, have announcedthe Fourth and Central Avenue. The
engagement of Miss Char. Club thanks Mr. Alexander for POT ROAST Lb. .79 PORK..CHOPS Lb. 79
lotte Ann Hodges to Jerry Wayne the use of the building the past
Justice, son of Mr. and Mrs. year, Mr. Jasper White for helping r ,
W. M. Justice, Harbor Oaks. move to the new location I
and Mr. Duane Deen for the use THRIFTWAY
Miss Hodges was born in Ox. MEAT k gb. 49C
of his building where the shopis
nrd, Calif., and moved to Flagler
Beach in 1956. She is a 1965 now located.
graduate of Bunnell High School The Club voted to give a con. TENDER SLICED THRIFTWAY QUALITY

and is a junior cosmetologist at I I tribution to the March of Dimes BABY BEEF SLICED

Daytona Beach Junior College,I I Drive. A games party Friday
night at the Club's house beginning LIBER59'I
Mary Karl BACON79"
at 7:30 with the pro.
Mr. Justice was born in Nashville I I
cevds going to the Bunnell Band
and moved to Daytona
Uniform Fund.O .
Beach in 1946. He was graduated -
n Friday, February 4th there FLA. SWEET JUICY
from Mainland High School I FLOCANEORANGES
will be a public auction begin
1960 and is a student at Daytona
ning at 7:30 p. m. Members are
Beach Junior College.
asked to bring articles for that SUGAR
A summer wedding is planned.Mr. .II
I evening. Following the business -
members present heard an interesting
and Mrs. Merle Widder f
account of the recent trip
and Mrs. Robert Kline visited 5 Lb. 19
5 Lb. 39'Limit
George Wickline took to Europe
with Mr. and Mrs. Walter Bag
with a "Goodwill" tour group. Bag
Meshey for 10 days. Mrs. Wid-
Mrs. Jasper White served light 1 with 5.00 or more food order Limit
1 with
der and Mrs. Kline, daughtersof 5.00 or more food order
the Mesheys, visited Mr. refreshments.

Meshey while he was a patientin
the Halifax Hospital. Also FLAGLER BEACH FOLGER'S 10 Oz.
visiting the Mesheys over the GARDEN CLUB COFFEE Jar 99

weekend were Mr. and Mrs. Plants 'and pencils was the
and Richard Mc. Limit 1 with 5.00 or more food
Carl Meshey highlight of the Flagler Beach --- order
Laughlirt. All the Mesheys's I I'Garden Club's meeting.All mem

company was from Lancaster,I I bers were busy writing namesof
Pennsylvania. the plants of Florida as Mrs. 2Ya DEL MONTE Halves ARGO GARDEN
I I Anita Hirst and Mrs. Sue Spivey,
Danny Frailey, son of Mr. and:i identified the plants the mem PEACHES 3 for 15 PEAS
Mrs. Henry Shill, spent last bers had collected and broughtto 6303 for lOO

Wednesday through Thursdayand I the meeting for exchange.Mrs. .I

Friday in Atlanta, Ga. attending I Turquott told the members' SAXET CUT 10 Oz. KRAFT
the convention of the, about the poppy and how the GREEN GRAPE
Society of American drug was extracted from the
The theme of the Foresters'j plant. Mrs. Turcott had seen a
"communication." I I scientific exhibit during herI BEANS 8 For F JELLY 3 69C

Danny, a senior at the Uni :I I vacation and members were

versity of Florida in Gainesville,very I Interested. 12 Oz.
was one of 8 forestry students Mrs. Ann Batten was appoint. 303 SUNLITE ARMOUR'S
chosen to attend the convention. ed chaplain. An invitation was A 400 LUNCHEON MEAT

Danny was sponsored by the St. extended to the club to attenda TOMATOES for
Regis Paper Co. He also spent district meeting at DeLand on TREET -.49*

Wednesday night visiting Paul January 18. Registration shouldbe Save 10c Ea.
Staton, a former Flagler Beach in by January 12. Also an
resident. (More on page 8) FRESH PRODUCE 6 Oz. SEALD SWEET ORANGE








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RUTH ANN TROJAN Tea, -Compliments! I
Mrs. Cary Holland, a recent'I _
bride, was complimented with '
a Tea Shower Saturday afternoon 12 oz.
at the Z. G. Holland, Jr.,, Pkg.Streak. 3ge
home, 707 West Moody. Hostesses _
for the lovely affair were
w Mrs. W. W. Deen, Mrs. R. W. O'LeanllilJ
Deen, Jr., and Mrs. Z. G. Holland '
Jr.Arrangements. r WHITE BACONlb.

of white dahlias .
and crysanthemums were placedat 530
vantage points in the rooms
which were opened ensuite. The
serving table, covered with a
lace cloth, was centered withan U. S. D. A. CHOICE BEEF SALE
artistic arrangement of white

chrysanthemums.flanked candelabra.with white tapers This in was silver ROUND STEAK Cut)I lb. 89

CONDRYTROJAN Orchid corsages were presented

Chief Warrant Officer Henry mother to in the law honoree, Mrs. Z. Deen and Holland her- ALL MEAT STEW <

B.Mrs.Trojan Trojan, USN of Newport(Retired,),Rhode and by the hostessess. lb. 69Lean

Island, announce the engagement I Presiding at the tea service
of their daughter, Ruth was Miss Edith Allen and Mrs.
Ann, to Mr. James W. Condry, Walter Cody at the coffee sere Western CENTER CUT Western Select

son of of Mrs.Newport Janet and Condry now,of formerly Miami ice.Miss Mary Susan Brannam PORK CHOPS lb. 69 BEEF LIVER lb.- 49'

Florida, and the late James kept the bride's book. Fifty
Condry. Both are graduates of guests called during the after.
the class of 1962 of Roger's High noon. Fresh Florida Grade "A" D and D (2.2% lb. Avg.) (CUT TO ORDER)
School in Newport. Out of town guests includedMrs.
Miss Trojan attended Mount W. J. Hamrick, Tallahassee;
Ida Junior College in Newton Mrs. A. W. Bunch, Jr., and Mrs. rne Ib 3Jc
Center, Mass., and Milgrim Sec Stephen M. Wood and daughter
retarial in Newport and is employed Deborah, Jacksonville; Mrs. JohnF. .
by the New England Jones of OrmonJ Beach.
Telephone Co. business office.
She is the grand daughter of Lean (FRESH GROUND)
Mrs. Lillian Trojan of Korona DAUGHTERSOF
and the late Barney Trojan. THE CONFEDERACY HAMBURGER lb. 59 CRISCO OIL
Miss Trojan is a well known OBSERVES BIRTHDAYSThe
horsewoman throughout the New January meeting of the
England area and held the Stateof General Joseph E. Johnston Van Camp's No. 2% Can
Rhode Island Saddle Seat of the United Daughters PORK& for ..
three Chapter BEANS 2 4ge Battle: : 2ge
Championship for years. of the Confederacy was held at
Mr. Condry graduated from the home of Mrs. Z. G. Holland
the General Electric Electronic Jr., Thursday. Mrs. Kate Bank. Hormel No. 15V2 Can Limit 1 with $5.00 or more food order
School in Syracuse, N. Y., and hostess. CHILI; & for OO
ston was co- BEANS 3 J
is now employed by RaytheonCo. The birthdays of Generals

in Portsmouth, RI. No date Robert E. Lee and Stonewall. Del I Monte Halves or Sliced Red & White 1 lb. Can
been for the wedding.
has set
Jackson and Maury were properly
observed. PEACHES 3 Cans No. 1" DOG FOOD 12 for 98e
Highlight of the meeting wasa
VFW AUXILIARY SPONSORS book review of one of the
FOOD SALE SATURDAYThe many of the life of John Brown, DAIRY SPECIAL -
Veterans of Foreign Wars given by Mrs. Z. G. Holland. HERSHEY'S
is holding a food sale served sweet
Auxiliary The hostesses a 1 lb. SolidsOLEO
I Saturday morning on the streetin course before the business meet. SUGAR
front of the post office. The ing. In addition to the hostesses 2 "'- 29C
sale begins at 9 o'clock. and Mrs. Holland present were "'
Mrs. Walter Knight, president, 5 Bag 250
Sisco Deen, who is with the and members Mrs. R. W. Deen,
U.S. Air Forcer in Okanawa, Mrs. Robert Bertha, Mrs. C. H.'owart Limit 1 with $5.00 or more food order FROZEN FOODS-
spent a short emergency leave Mrs. T. W. Tingley, Mrs.
here and in Ormond Beach last Gene Knight, Mrs. James Craig, Singleton BreadedSHRIMP 10 oz. Pkg.
week with relatives. He came Mrs. H. H. Murray, and Mrs. H. EachEER
to attend the funeral of his T.Cook. FRESH PRODUCE 5ge
grandmother, Mrs. Clara Moyer.He The February meeting will beat
visited in Bunnell with his ( the home of Mrs. Charles Large StalksCELERY
great grandmother, Mrs. C. A. l Cowart.' For
Riddell, and in Flagler Beach I ; 2 250 C H
with his aunt, Mrs. C. O. Mageeon .
I Van Cliburn concert
Thursday.Mr. Enjoying the California RedGRAPES
I at the Daytona Beach Auditorium Ib,.
and Mrs. Clyde Lewis visited I in Daytona Beach Monday 2 29C SIZE T.48*
in Atlanta, Ga., Sunday night were Mr. and Mrs. T.
through Tuesday with their son I E.; Holden and Mrs. Helen Sullivan Georgia Red SweetPOTATOES
in law and daughter, Mr. and I of Bunnell and Mr. and lb. Limit 1 with 5.00 or more food order
Mrs. Adair Parks and daughter. Mrs. Clarence Holden of Palatka. tOe

HI FRIENDS 50 W! 100 W w-/Ih. 50 1&1with

coupon & purchase with coupon & purchase with coupon & purchaseof
of ((1) BROOM of $2.00 or more (1) 13 oz. Can
Coupon Void After Coupon Void After DASH DETERGENT
Monday, Jan. 24, 1966 i,Monday, Jan. 24, 1966 Monday, Jan. 24, 196G


11:00 A. M. 9 P. M. IP



Phone 4373227OPEN
Ruth and Glenn Miller SUNDAYS U.S. No. 1 BUNNELL
8:00 a.m.-1:00 p.m.
I Quantity Rights Reserved Prices Good January 20, 21, 22, 23 & 24, 1966


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I q eHi# !hL dj./oJ Ja internodes could be from too lit | Suggestions For I bending the arms and knees.
tle light or too high tempera- The V-llne of the coat front

RENEW YOURDRIVER'S _. tures. should not buckle The collar
(By Kerrey Sharpe) 'Man's Suit FitDo : up.
LICENSE ,.> I Adding as little water and fertilizer should set close to the neck.

DURIHGYOURBIRJHMOHJH Planting mistletoe over the as possible to keep the you know what to look for The coat should cover the seat

threshold -known as Yuletide plants healthy and slow growing in a good fit in a man's suit? of the trousers and fit smoothly
I gardening-will be the top activity contributes to the success of indoor i around the
Here are some suggestions from hips.
I for many self-styled farmers plants. Dr. McElwee says !
Miss Elizabeth Dickenson, clothing You should be able to raise
through the holidays. that during winter months, or
i specialist, Florida Agricultural arms without lifting the
WANT ADS I Even neophytes claim immediate during cold dark days, plants Extension Service. coat noticeably.
I yields after planting the absorb much less fertilizer than
license-to-kiss Plant during warm sunny weather. He Try on the whole suit and I Trousers should hand straight
Lilting under this heading are greenery. suggests adjusting fertilizer applications view It while standing naturally. I from the waist and be creased
ing techniques are unimportantIt's
3 cents a word each insertion.I to the season of the Then try it on in action-walk with the grain of the material,
the harvest that counts, they
minimum charge
75 cents is the i
and down and back and front.
year. ing, stepping up j ji ,
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HOUSE FOR- SALE-CBS construction say.You too, may get into the act Out-Door Plantings I i VYT

3 bedrooms, 2 baths, into the wilds
by making a trip ]
During the winter dormant period BUDDY
large Florida room, 2-car car for a supply of the romantic is a good time to transplanttrees KNOX
port, six ((6)) lots, 2 air conditioners plant. Some aggressive holiday
and shrubs.
corner of Palmetto and I farmers save making the trip by After selecting healthy plants YOUR ATLANTIC DEALER
Lambert. Phone 437-3215 after growing mistletoe In a back yard
Bunnell Atlantic Service Station
Jan. 20 tf with good roots and tops, the I
4 p. m. next step is preparing the plant-

Fullerettes "Brush that Is" your However, if you plan to establish Ing site. For bed plantings, suchas : U. S. Highway 1
convenience-mornings and eve a handy supply of mistletoe, roses, dig in four pounds of g Night| Ph. 433944

nings, 439-2296. Jan. 20.27.2tc remember that the parasitic complete fertilizer per 100 square 1
plant spreads easily and can become yards of space. REPAIR, REBUILD GENERATORS, STARTERSAND

FOR SALE-Wringer washing a nuisance. For a tree or a shrub dig a CARBURETORS

machine $17.50; M. W. 2 burner Since there is little chance that hole one-third larger In diameter 24 Hour Heavy Duty Wrecker Service I

kerosene heater, $4.50. Jerry's the threshold project will thrive than the plant's roots. Mix a I

Furniture & Appliances Old Dixie I longer than the holiday season, cup of fertilizer and a generous 0

Highway, 2 miles South Korona. let's turn our attention to other quantity of peat in the top soil.

4373752. Jan. 20 Itp indoor plantings. Place the plant in the hole I
24 HourWrecker
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-DUPONT-- -CENTER AUCTION I What to plant depends on conditions slightly lower than it grew in Service '

Opening. Every Thursday 7, Sun I under which the plants the nursery. I

day afternoon 1:30: New & used i grow. "Cast-Iron" plants that Fill in around the plant with I j
Buy every will withstand abuse and adverse the soil-peat-fertilizer mixture.
furniture & appliances.
thing you need at your price. conditions such as low When the hole is half filled, set Flagler Truck & Tractor CO.

Jan 20-Itc light intensity and warm, dry tle the loose earth with water I
rooms include aglaonema, aspidistra and repeat the watering when MASSEY-FERGUSON

FOR SALE-1957 Chevrolet half bromeliads, dracaena, the space around the plant is Grove Farm Industrial Equipment

ton pick up truck. Contact Bud monstera, pandanus, peperomia, filled and firmed. II' VIRGIL DECKER Phone
ID 7.3242
4373670. 1.20 Itp
dy philodendron bipinnatifolium, ----------
sensevieria and scindapsus. i Subscribe to The Flagler: Tribune Owner Bunnell, Florida
WANTED-maid for Pelican I S2.50 A TEAR
Plants that will under
U mile grow .
Beach Motel cleaning. .
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adverse conditions but need .
south of Marineland, Florida on .
more light and more humiditythan
AlA. See Mrs. Novak at the Mo
those just mentioned are
tel. Jan. 20 Itp
dleffenbachia, ficus, palms, syn-
FOR SALE-150 foot frontage on gonium and philodendrons cor-

U. S. No. 1, corner location, about I datuum, hastatum, imbe, hybrid

200 foot depth, near center of "Orlando", panduraeforme and

town. Terms if desired. O. F. selloum.A .

Alford, Broker, Phone 4373171. few of the many other plants
Jan. 13-2tc that will thrive indoors are African
---- violets, Chinese evergreen,
FOR SALE-Automatic water aspidistra, Norfolk Island pine, I

softener In good condition and Rex begonia, fittonia, wanderingJew 0

priced very reasonable. Phone Jade plant, lady's eardropand
439.2347 after 3 P. M. 1.13.2tc Asparagus plumosus.

FOR SALE-Gate leg table and Chances are that even the veteran

chest of drawers. Phone 4373528. o gardener may have some Apply Diazinon for
Jan. 13-ltp. trouble with Indoor plants. A

.. few tips In diagnosing some
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FILL DIRT-Call Martin Harding common plant ailments are offered sure control of potato wireworms

for fill dirt and top soil. Phone i by Dr. E. W. McElwee,

4373669. Jan 13-TFC I head of the ornamental horticulture and other vegetable insects.You .
department at the University
LOST-Man's diamond ring
of Florida.
around Flagler Beach. Reward.
Brown tips or burned marginsof
Contact Charles A. Donahue, 220
leaves could mean too much
Third Street, South, Flagler
fertilizer, plant roots allowed to
Beach. 1.6.3tp
dry out temporarily, windburnor
Furnished apartment for rent. cold injury. Yellowing and

Call Harris Appliances, 4373367. dropping of leaves hint that soil

Dec. 23-tf. fumes, gas fumes, chilling, over-

---..- --- watering, or poor drainage and
FOR RENT- bedroom duplexapt. poor aeration may be the trouble.
., screened porch and car Small leaves Indicate tight or can prevent costly damage major insect pests of Florida vege

port. Call 4373304. 11-25-Tfc heavy soil, lack of fertilizer, or from soil insects like potato wiretable crops.
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FOR- SALE LEASE. OR RENT- 0 dry soil. Weak growth or light I worms, cutworms and maggots by So grow higher quality yields of

:2-bedroom Florida room, and green or yellow color to healthy following a control program with potatoes and othervegetable crops

carport beach house unfurnished. foliage means either too Intense Diazinon' AC500 insecticide. by making broadcast application of

Hurricane fence encloses light, lack of fertilizer, root rot All you need do is make a preDiazinon, before you plant, for

back yard. Call 4373472. 11-4-tf or possibly root injury. Yellow, plantsprayapplicationofDiazinon. complete soil insect control.Then,

wilting or soft growth could Then mix it thoroughly into the top use Diazinon foliar sprays during
FOR SALE: 3 bedroom, 21/ come from too much heat or from
few inches of soil. Regardless of the season to control foliage in
bath, double garage, central root Injury. Small leaves, long
the stage of growth of the wiresects.. You'll profit from an insect
heating, fire place large Florida I
room, situated on 160x110 water- worms, Diazinon has the "staying control program that's hard to beat.

front lot. Call 439-2203, Flagler INCOME TAXCONSULTANT I power" to control these insects. Geigy Agricultural Chemicals

Beach. H-4-tf Diazinon is particularly valuable Division of Geigy Chemical Cor-

Ed (Chubby) BielejeskiCall because it controls even those inporation,Ardsley, New York.

COX's UPHOLSTERY 439.2483 sects that have become resistant to
Fla Hwy. 11, will pick Bunnell'l Saturday, 12 to 3 other insecticides. Geigy
In fact, Diazinon is the only insecticide
sample material and prices on Diazinon
4373673. 7-1-tf you need to fight most i
labor call I iI
SEPTIC TANK cleaning; drain iI
fields Installed; snail shell. Reasonable I II I
prices. Call George Ja- I 71012 Lemon St. i!
roz ID 7.3410 8-1-tf Palatka. Florida ___ I
I Phone EA 5-9166
,....., I VEAM j
Furniture, Upholstering AftOUNOCVAND Mm COMlt TNC CHICK MOM I TMOUWT YO- E ppNT
JOHNSTON'SFLAGLER Repaired & Refinished Yolto r S NAO
Made 10 Order.Also Renovated I V 4s BOUtHT FROM CORNCfVPAGE T FCP4LT CUTIC? i
LOTS, HOMES, OCEAN FRONT Call Laura Morris 437-3233 TO IEAVC TMtGAVtNTLR cii.

WATER FRONT, FARMS, After 6:00 P. M. KRANTZMOTORS R TMt tO"1O0.fi 6ASAtt Ooolt ,

UB for your real estate need BUDGET PLAN IF NEEDED. fQ 1
Office Phone HE 9.2242 I Just as near as your
Residence Phones ID 7.3691 Phone or Post Office
Drop Us A Card or Call
ID 7-3317 !
or iki
Free Pick-up & Delivery
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-- -- RESOLUTION RESOLUTION !i Tax Guide !" iFV... .

WHEREAS, the Flagler County WHEREAS: It has pleased the| 2Jhr! JFlanlrr
Board of Public Instruction recognizes Great Architect of the Universeto For FarmersThe I FLORIDA I Ilms.
as one of its major re take unto Himself our revered II I
sponsibilities to the children of and beloved Worshipful Brother 1966 edition of the "Farm M B FULLER Editor Light Mechanic,* Work
Flagler County, the promotion Louie M. Whitaker, and er's Tax Guide," prepared espe.'I'I I Phone 4373441
Designated newspaper for all '
for farmers to use in
.and implementation of all con WHEREAS: The departed Legal Advertisingentered
ditions which would provide for Brother Whitaker was a memberof ing up their 1965 income tax re'l I
children's safety at school and Bunnell Lodge No. 200 for port, is now available at as second class, matter O. F. '
while traveling to and from many years and served as its Agricultural Extension offices. office February at liunnell 6, 191,$,Florida at the Registered .1wmeU"I
Worshipful Master.THEREFORE I Act ut March t, 187 pOlt-1 1 "I
school, andWHEREAS This publication is valuable to Real Estate
the reported the farmer as he prepares his I One year __......._...... J;
driving conditions, prevalent : That Bunnell LodgeNo. 9U Dloa... _._.....J..U\ Bunnell
now on State Road 11, southof 200, F. & A. M., be in mourning tax return. The language and I
Bunnell, Florida, due to it for a period of thirty days on illustrations used are typical of ----.. -.----- _. -
being a narrow highway, repeat. the loss of our Brother who those a farmer may encounter.
ed miles of shoulders several passed to the Great Beyond on
I 29 1965 and One of the most useful features PHONEKelley's
inches below the road surface, December ,
driving conditions and unnecessary BE IT FURTHER RESOLVED: I of the "Farmer's Tax
slick trees along its right.ofway That a copy of this Resolutionbe Guide" is the prepared exampletax Fuel OilCLEAN
are deemed hazardous to spread upon the minutes of I return. On this sample re-
the safety of school children being this Communication, a copy to[ turn, Schedules B, D, and Fare
transported to and from be published in the Flagler Tribune I j used. The major form of CLEAN
school, andWHEREAS and a copy be sent to the Schedule 1040, is shown with all'l
eleven lives have I family of the deceased Brother. completed return. .and.- .
tax. Every step Is Illustrated ana i STAN D EAR
been lost the past year, 1965, due Submitted by: I' !
involving transportation fully explained. I II II
to accidents I
John A. Clegg
on State Road 11, and Sam Novick I I Extension Agricultural economists
reported due to that tax LV
many injuries George E. Wickline. point out every
unsafe road and right-of-way payer who receives two-thirds of
conditions, his gross income from a farm is PRODUCTS
NOW THEREFORE, BE IT RESOLVED Florida citrus growers now I due t o file his return and pay
that the Flagler County have about 700,000 acres of productive the tax by February 15, 1966, DIESEL -:- KEROSENEHOME
Board of Public Instruction, groves with another I unless he files an estimate and DELIVERY COMMERCIAL ACCOUNTS
hereby requests the State Road 120,000 acres of new plantings pays this amount by January Bunnell, FloridaYour
Board of Florida, to give immediate being added. 117, 1966. Phone
attention to the elimination .
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of such hazardous driving .
conditions on State Road 11: ,

Flagler County, Florida.
that the Flagler County
Board of Public Instruction,
by unanimous vote, adopt this
resolution in open meeting on :
the third day of January, 1966,
and that public notice of this
resolution be published in the
Flagler Tribunt, Bunnell, Flor
ida, and copies mailed to the
Flagler County Board of County
Commissioners, Bunnell, Florida,
and State Road Board, Tallahassee



Coy G. Harris, Jr., Secretary.
Myrtle G. Rice, Vice.Chairman.
James E. Crews, Member.
Harold Emery, Chairman.
Herschel C. King, Member.
F. Tucker, Member. :
Raymon IN MEMORIAM -* / p 'O, .I. .. 'J ...L". ....1... 1., toWwvv'

WHEREAS, Mr. L. M. Whit \\t :: =->.. .
aker departed this life on December ;; PAA
29, 1965, having served
the people of Flagler County, --
Florida, in the capacity of County 7 / I -
Road Superintendent, and
WHEREAS, he devoted his
very best energy to serve the
people'of Flagler County with
courage, sincerity and honestyof
purpose so as to hold the love '
and respect of all and especiallythe /L.r'H /--7f- ,
children through his untiring /
efforts to provide his services for :
all needed improvements and
beautification of school properties I .- I
in his county, and _

that the Flagler County
Board of Public Instruction, in
behalf of the people it represents.,, Plymouth Dealer is
hereby officially expresses a sincere

aker as appreciation a citizen, patron of Mr., a friend Whit. giving good deals now on

and neighbor to all, and
BE IT FURTHER RESOLVED, Belvedere Satellite the
that a copy of this resolution be ,
placed in the record of minutesof '
the Flagler County Board of performance car for 66.
Public Instruction, one copy sent

one to the copy family to the of Flagler Mr. Whitaker County, Come in today for a test drive

Board and one of copy County to Commissioners be sent to the, .and fasten your seat belt!

Flagler Tribune for publication.
ADOPTED at a special meeting
held on the 3rd day of January,
1966. See your Dealin' Man at Plymouthland

INSTRUCTIONFLAGLER P\RY/.[LV[DR r/V"10'"NT/." OAAuelose.wy.cuwaw.a

Coy G. Harris, Jr., Secretary. v--
Myrtle G. Rice, Vice.Chairman.
James E. Crews, Member.
Harold Emery, Chairman. MOTORS I NC.Bunnell, Florida
I South
Herschel C. King, Member. U.S. Highway ,
Raymon F. Tucker, Member.



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CARD OF THANKS The time Is 7:30. A small donation Are You it only average looking? Researchers with the state's
I would like to thank everyone I I will be taken. Keep In mind that nothing is Agricultural Experiment Sta-

I for the flowers, cards, visits The proceeds from the party A Real ? a bargain if ;you don't really tions say the best time to plant
, and prayers during my stay In will be given to the Bunnell Bargain need it.Plant. roses In northern Florida Is now

the hospital. Also a special Band Uniform Fund. The band Before you rush off to buy since repeated freeze injury to
thanks to the blood donors. recently acquired new uniformsand I the new shoots exhausts stored
your share of the goods on sale, Trees and
club members are food and will kill those
These deeds of kindness have the ask yourself If you are really plants
meant much to me. sponsoring the games party to which do not have well established
getting a bargain, home economists Shrubs
Peggy Worley. help pay for the uniforms. with the Florida Agricultural AnytimeTrees .. root systems.

Extension Service advise. and shrubs can be S. E. McFadden, Stations assistant
First of all, why Is the merchandise planted almost anytime of the adds that
would like to thank everyonefor Church School time is 9:45A. most failures of healthy dor
on sale? in Florida.Nurserymen .
the beautiful cards and visits M. and morning worship is 11 year mant rose plants result from not
Is the of the
style clothing on now grow many
at the Halifax I o'clock with Rev. Reynold Hoover
during my stay getting enough water.
the way out? trees and shrubs In individual
We also would like to minister.
Hospital. Is the garment shopworn containers su that they can beset "Since rainfall is light duringthe
Methodist Youth Fellowshipmeets
thanks to the Flagler
express soiled ? out without disturbing their winter, rost plants should be
or damaged
for each Sunday evening at
Beach Garden Club members I
their beautiful cards, also 6:30.: the cost of dry cleaning the garment roots or growth. watered daily until growth starts
many will increase the "reduced"cost. Roses azaleas, and similar and then weekly after growth
all ladies
friends. Thursday
and Today
to our neighbors flowering shrubs can be planted 'starts," said McFadden.He .
Walter E. Meshey are invited to the church at 9
A. M. to roll cancer bandages. Did the color or style keep the when they are In bud or flower. said a temporary soil
Everyone is asked to contact garment from selling at regularcost You can do the same thing with mound will help keep lower
? evergreens In foundation plant. parts of canes moist. Dormant
/ Lyman Gage or C. B. Hull about
;JagLr3eac articles you will contribute for Is the garment poorly made? Ings or anywhere in your yard. canes failing to produce shoots

the auction to be held Febru. Sometimes a good seamstresscan This planting procedure applies within, two weeks after planting
Invitation to attend the Halifax arySth. restitch seams or put in to large or small shade should be covered with burlap,
Garden Club meeting at the Daytona hems to bring the garment up to trees, which are grown in con. Spanish moss or transparent
Plaza on February 20. an acceptable standard.Is tainers. They can be set out during plastic and kept moist.
The Flagler Beach Club do. i Books Are My Dish it special purchase merchan the growing period. The specialist says occasionally '

nated $6.00 to the World's Gar BT Dorothy Homans dise? Standards may not alwaysbe The secret of getting them off dormant rose plants fall to
den Project. The club Is plan. as good as the regular mer to a good start is to water them grow because of cold injury in
ning a games party on February Browsing around among the chandise sold by the store. But regularly for the first few weeks storage or in transit. If you suspect -
11, at the community center. bookshelves at the Flagler if this special purchase meets until the roots are well set in this, peel away a small
Mrs. B. Burnham made the arrangement Beach Public Library, we recommend your needs and you will accept the soil. So whenever you needto piece of the outer bark along the
of the month, she the following to our the quality, then it could be a plant shrubs or trees, go cane. If the inner bark is brown
used small frosted pine cones readers, "King Rat" by James good buy. ahead and do' it, regardless of rather than the normal green,

I of red, white and silver centered Clavell, "The Wonderful Wozardof Do not be carried'away when : the season. the canes will soon shrivel and

on a happy New Ynar Cloth. Oz" with reproductions of the you shop during a sale. Before die.He
Dessert lunch was served by inspired original illustrations by you make a hasty purchase, ask Plant Dormant said most nurseries still
Hostesses Mrs. Marie Brede, and W. W. Densloy and why and yourself: Do I really need it? will replace plants damaged in

Mrs. B. Burnham.The when a book has just the right Does the garment fit well, or Bare-Root Rose storage or in transit.
next meeting will be at pictures, publishers get somebody with minor alterations, could it
the home of Mrs. Charles E. I else to make just the wrong be made to fit? Are hang tags Plants Now
McCabe, 2022 Daytona Avenue, pictures In a mystery to me. This and labels giving fiber content Dick Pope, developer of Flor
South. has happened to Howard Pyle's and care instructions still at. Dormant bare-root rose plants ida's Cypress Gardens, was president .
"Robin Hood", too. The Library tached to the garment? available now through March of the Florida World's Fair
MYF ATTEND HALLLY also has the Wapshot Chronicle," Does the purchase do something will be in bloom about 10 weeks Authority at the 1965 New York
Two carloads of youths attended by John Creever, and the biographical for your appearance, or Is after you plant them. World's Fair.
the Methodist Youth novel "Charles" about

Fellowship Rally at the First Charles Dickens by Victoria
Methodist Church in Daytona Lincoln. And many more books
Beach last Wednesday.Those have arrived during the last
attending were: Lesa week or so. Such as "Station

Knight Terry McNitt, Diana I Wagon In Spain" by F. Parkin. ,

Lucas, Anne and Kathy Bourne, son Keyes. ? The cost .
Debbie Johnson, Donna 'and \\i : ...i i n 1itS

Kenny Whitney, Danny Waterman : : ::}
Bruce Arnold, and Jo Anne 'I WANT TONEWSPAPER PULEs most.eVembJngl
and Barbara Wilson. They were AD : '
accompanied by Clarence Shultz SING 'YOUNG- \ :

and their sponsor, Mrs. Bernie 16%
Y.IAY up
--t W41 ';,::"' l ;'. : ;:
Wilson. l1W:: q.t'o;

Wy.,*:*::.'y";:.since 1953::

"Let your light so shine before
men" will be the thought when
Rev. R. W. Dickert continues his

message "Mission Expansion"next
Sunday at the Community
Memorial Church Service begin.
ning at 11 a. m. Sunday School

begins at 9:45: and the public is ..MS $5
invited to all services. FAST SERVICE!
The Ladles Guild will meet

Thursday January 27th at the
Church. Flossie Haines will be a ,>.,.
hostess for the meeting.

Woman's Club Sponsors

Games Party TomorrowThe 4:<.}Y: .} ty.1 a: r4s}.,<:
: y"e. :, $:.> 'f" Lt ..};,;,
FJagler Woman's Club is

sponsoring a games party Friday
:. ;: 2:s.;,
(tomorrow) night at the club q C

house South Central Avenue. .
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/ A Not
Jan. 21 ..................Friday St. Joseph .................Away
Jan. 25 ................Tuesday Lopez .........................Home : SUNSHINE \
Jan. 28 .................Friday Florida Military ........Home I p ;

Feb. 1 ................Tuesday Crescent City ............Away I .
Feb. 4 ....................Friday Hillard .......................Away 1.1A' .
Feb. 5 ................Saturday St. Augustine ...........Away \1i Ii ) It's down
Feb. 8 ................Tuesday Florida D & B..HomeFeb. _____ __
11 .................Friday Callahan ...................Away 31%*
Feb. 15 ..............Tuesday Hastings ......................Home Based on average price paid
Feb. 18 ..................Friday Baldwin .....................Away per residential kilowatt hour.

CRAIG FUNERAL HOMEA. Our 9 rate reductions in 9 years are already

saving Floridians more than$38 million annually.
H. CXAIG Funeral Director
|': How come? Cost-cutting efficiencies! Modern
JOHN CAPO Manager I .
OXYGEN equipment! Newer, bigger plants! And you -

CONDITIONED AIR I LADY I EQUIPPED using more and more. Yes, electricity is the

CHAPEL ATTENDANT AMBULANCES biggest bargain in your family budget!

Phone ID 7-3332