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Title: The Flagler tribune
Physical Description: Newspaper
Language: English
Publisher: s.n.
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Place of Publication: Bunnell Fla
Creation Date: January 27, 1966
Publication Date: -1981
Frequency: weekly
regular
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Subjects / Keywords: Newspapers -- Bunnell (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Flagler County (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Genre: newspaper   ( marcgt )
newspaper   ( sobekcm )
Spatial Coverage: United States -- Florida -- Flagler -- Bunnell
Coordinates: 29.4675 x -81.256944 ( Place of Publication )
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Dates or Sequential Designation: Began in 1917?
Dates or Sequential Designation: -69th year, no. 36 (Sept. 3, 1981).
General Note: Mrs. M.B. Fuller, editor.
General Note: Description based on: Vol. 43, no. 20 (June 2, 1955).
Funding: Funded by NEH in support of the National Digital Newspaper Project (NDNP), NEH Award Number: PJ-50006-05
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Source Institution: University of Florida
Holding Location: University of Florida
Rights Management: All rights reserved. Board of Trustees of the University of Florida
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 Related Items
Preceded by: St. Johns tribune
Succeeded by: Palm Coast news
Succeeded by: Flagler/Palm Coast news-tribune

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BUNNELL, FLORIDA, THURSDAY, JAN. 27, 1966 $2.50 A YEAR
VOLUME 54, NO. 4


Stella Cauley SMITH WILL TALK George E. Cook NJohn Mothers March
t
ION CIIVL DEFENSE M Of Dimes Set
Dies In DeLand v !'
"Honor Agent"For AT FSCC MEETNG

Raymond Smith, Civil Defen: Friday AfternoonGeorge For Friday NightThe

CompanyMrs. Director for Flagler County, will Annual Mothers March of
E. Cook of DeLand,
I address the Flagler Senior Cit Dimes will be conducted in Bun
501 Palm father of H. T. Cook of Bun-nell,
Stella F. Cauley,
I zens Club at the club's next reg. nell and Flagler Beach Friday
Street, Bunnell, has been selec i ular meeting, Tuesday, Feb. 1. passed away Friday afternoon at evening, County Chairman M. B.
National Life In. the Fish Mememorial Hospital
ed by Liberty in Community
The club meets McDaniel said today. The driveis
the "Horn where he had been a patientsix for
surance Company as Building,
Hall of the Municipal being conducted by membersof
Student" of her class In the con j days. He was a retired engi.
Flagler Beach. the Idlewood Club In each
pany's New Agents' Training I Smith will explain his role asI neer for the Florida Power Cor.
place.
I r
School. Civil Defense Director, and will poratlon and a lifelong resident Those in the march for Bun
is based on Mr.Cauluey's of West Volusia County. He was
This honor I point out the facilities that have nell include Rosemary Brown,
record of of and was a memo
outstanding 81 age
years
!I been set up in the county to take Wilda Hargett, Inez Manuel,
service to policyholders ber of the Stetson Baptist
production and I in the event
care of the populace Katherine Perryman, Janice Murray
during the past twelv I of a local or national emergency; Church. Peggy King, Virginia King,
won in Funeral services were held at Brown Now
The award was
months. There will be a potluck suppe Joy Stefllk, Shirley Chambersand
with about 65 othe 10 a. m. Monday morning at i 1 the Air .
competition Smith'stalk. At Sheppard
at 6 o'clock preceding Bette McDaniel. Others helping
agents from five southeaster Members are asked to bring; Summerhill Mememorial Chapel. Force Base In the march are Marie
train with Rev. Hugh Hawkins off let
states attending the same a covered dish or dessert and Muzyka, Debby Herr, Mary
school. fur. ing. Burial was in Oakdale. Airman John A. Brown, son of
ing table service. Coffee will be Smith and Barbara Pache.At .
Mrs. Cauley has won severa Survivors Include his wife, Mr. and Mrs. Averley Brown of
nished. Flagler Beach, club memo
honors since becoming associated Clara M. Cook, DeLand; 4 sons, Bunnell, Fla., has been selected bers Myrna Knight and Jennie

with Liberty National as an I i. T. Cook of Bunnell, Harry for training at Sheppard AFB; Newell will be In charge of the

agent In Daytona Beach in June, Cook of Daytona Beach, J. M. Tex., as an Air Force refuge .

"Agent-of-the Month" in Septem I LIONS CLUB MEETS Cook of Mayo, and Edwazd.Cook tion and air conditioning sclallst. drive.Following the drive, workers

1964. These Include being named TUESDAY FOR A of DeLand; 3 daughters, Mrs. will meet at the home of Inez

"Agent-of-the-Month" In Septem' Gilmore Anderson of DeLai The airman recently comply -
I LUNCHEON MEETING Manuel for refreshments and to
ber, 1965, and "Honor Agent'for I Mrs. Alice Monaco of Daytona ?d basic training at LacklaFB check inEmployment ftrn a..
the first quarter of 1965. Ir I I The Bunnell Lions Club me Beach, and Mrs. E. T. Turner of \ Tex.A .

addition, she qualified for the Tuesday for their luncheon anc Raleigh, N. C; a sister, Mrs. May; 1961 graduate of Sherman i

company's Torch (Leaders') II business meeting. Jordan of Starke. Also surviving Ugh School, Seth, W. Va., 1 he I Tax
Club. I Members heard a 'report from are 15 grandchildren and nine attended Dayton Beach Junior I

Mrs. Cauley and her husband,,, Fred Fruits, chairman of the great grandchildren. College. Deadline Is Near

Franklin, have a 12-year-old son,, Sight Conservation Committee,,
I I
Benjie. The Cauleys are Baptists. md learned that the club has Lightner Antique Employers in Florida have

They will be dinner guests of been requested to purchase eye. I m Important tax deadline on

company officials Wednesday passes for two needy children In CUB SCOUT PACK Monday, January 31, 1966.
I Show SaturdayThe This is the due date for reporting
evening, January 26, after they his area. Club members author ATTENDS TRIALS

arrive in Birmingham. On Thursday zed the purchase of the glasses. 19th annual Antique Show SPEEDWAYCub and paying withheld Inline
AT
be members of the club tax and social security
the Cauleys will guestsof Several in the city-owned Lightner Milcipal
honor at a luncheon in the oined in a humorous "sign car Exposition building i inSt. Scout Pack 472 attend taxes; for the calendar quarter

company's Birmingham Home ylng protest" demanding the ; Augustine Saturday, January: he Pure Oil Trial Races at the ended December 31, 1965, accord-
'I of Dale Brown Jr., Beach last ng to F. S Schmidt, district dl-
'Speedway
plaque aytona
Office, when an engraved mpeachment 2:9,. and over 50 antique ealers '
Cauley Talltwistw.**"'This Saturday; They enjoyed a tour rector of Internal Revenue.
will be presented'to-Mrs. !rmc"Cttrb' hroughout the U.So are expec I
In recognition of her accomplish brought many laughs and the ed to arrive In St. Augustir of the raceway also. Employers should use Form I'

ments. I I matter was "tabled for study." arly to set up displays for this I Nineteen members of the pack 141 to report their tax liabilityor

Fred Krantz was appointed as early event. I were accompanied by their den this period.
!I club representative for the com! I hief, Robbie Creal, Den Dad'red Mr. Schmidt pointed out that
Opening at noon Saturda;; ,
who made full and t
Bob Thomas Will 1ng Florida Foundation for the We Krantz and Coy Harris, and mployers
and continuing through
in Federal Re-
i this Den' Mothers Lucille Jones and Imely deposits
Speak On FlowerArrangements lind fund raising drive in esday, February 2, show hoursare erve banks or authorized comicrclal -
aunty. Tom Lennssen volun- until 9 P. Mach ., Cadge Johnston.
:: from 12 noon banks have until Thurs. j
motored to Daytona by
Bob Thomas, noted flower arranger I I tee red to serve as program chair- day, as exhibitors fror bus They and enjoyed a hamburger day, February 10, 1966, to file '.
of Nashville, Tenn., will man for February. the middle west, east, north and I their returns.
speak on and demonstrate flower I Guests present were Clare Bid south display antique collection treat on the return trip. .II

arranging in modern and traditional die, Don Jordan and Don Farren. of r E all types and description: Annual Country Mary Smith In'allahassee \

designs at the Daytona including coins and stamps: For

Plaza on February 4. It will be I Florida packs over 95 percent satin, mother of pearl, sand Auction At The lection WorkshopMary

in the Clarendon Room at 2 p. m. of the world's orange concen- wlch and milk glass, antique Romans Club
A small admission charge will i I trate and about 80 percent ofthe jewelry, furniture and buttons Smith, Supervisor of
cit.rus The Annual County Audio; lections for Flagler County, was 4in
world's total processed
be made, members of the Garden i dealers participating inthe
Many will be held February 4 at 7:30p. I Tallahassee for a two day .
products.
Club said. i been associated
show have
m. at the Flagler Woman'sClubhouse ;: orkshop for 1966 Florida Elecm -
with this Lightner project since Mrs. Ethel Heyde' Code. Supervisors of ElectIons ,

THE OLDEST AND THE NEWEST its beginning in 1947. It wasbegun ; saId today. Goods will include from all Florida counties

by the late Otto C. Light baked Jelly and from ,
.. home goods and also representatives <(
-
of the exposition,
ner, founder candy, and small household artticles many Clerk of the Circuit Court .:
which features every type and and items. the
: gift offices in the state attended
description of hobby ImaginableLast Club members said there will: eeting.

a- ei year over 3,000 persons be fun for all and also enter I There were many changes inthe

viewed the 4-day event, 'and aneven Inment and free refreshments election laws during the last

larger crowd is expected The public is invited. session of the Legislature andthe
for the 1966 showing.
held bring
workshop was to

I Buzzy McKnight the election code up to date inall
.
II
PARENTTEACHERASSOCIATION
I Makes Dean ListAt 1 county offices.

I t Junior College Mrs. Smith also said she has \ i

maied! out a number of purge

i MEETS TONIGHTThe Buzzy McKnight of Flagler cards t o voters in the county ..

Parent-Teacher Associa- Beach, son of Mr. and Mrs. J. 11.McKnight and has had only a few returned.

tion of the Bunnell School willmeet Jr., made the DeansList She asks all those who have not

in the School Cafeteria at the Daytona Beach Junior returned the cards to do so soon.

building at 8 p. m. Thursday College for the past semester.

( might), School Principal Ben.ton bung McKnight was a memober AMERICAN LEGION

Clifton, said. of the 1965 graduating class POST 115 MET I

Walter Morris, supervisor ofFlagler of the Bunnell High School and MONDAY NIGHTtmerican I

County schools, will dls.cuss is a freshman at the Daytona :
Legion Post 115 met
Elementary and Secondary Beach Junior College.
Monday night for the January
Education Act of 1965 which was ".;'

recently passed by the Federal 40 & 8 To Meet meeting.'lans were made to hold an J Joratorical
.
vernment. Here Friday Night'orty contest among the
The two fifth grade classes willhave
a Hobby Shop Display at and Eight Voiture of Bunnell High School students

said.The Vol usla and Flagler Counties this year. This contest Is spon- .
Mr. Clifton
E. the Ponce de Leon Hotel In St. the meeting, the American rLegion
Gulf County Sheriff Byrd will meet here Friday night. Thedinner sored each year by
I fifth grade teachers areMrs. "
Parker, who is serving his 30th ] Augustine last week. Sheriff Ine'ZManuel. and meeting will be held on the County, District
Morris and Mrs.
Laura
sheriff
year as sheriff, gets acquaintedwith Parker is the oldest active in the Bunnell Civic Center. and I State level. ;I
Flagler County Sheriff P. A. I in time served and Sheriff Ed It I was announced that cards

Edmondson, who Is in his first mondson Is the youngest In time here said to be about Some astronomers believe an- for meeting dates will only be '.
last are
Both attended the Annual served. He was appointed awaits detection. Itwould sent out for special meetings ;
year. other planet
Mid-Winter Conference of the April, succeeding the late Homer 1500 sting ray attacks reportedeach like beyond Pluto. and I occasions.t .J.JJ
I In the United States.
Florida Sheriffs Association at Brooks. (Photo by Whitley) year !J I



FLORIDA Thursday, January 27, 1966
TRIBUNE BUNNELL
THE FLAGLER
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IV: TIIR CHtri'IT CO!-KT OF the Public Records of F'"KleJ By Dorothy Homons
I
. I I .'LU.I.U (1IH1NTY FI.OHID1 County TrueidMeridiannandieparcelcontaining $153 A Year In Advance

IV: tllAMEIlY:: NO. 520S to the ALSO EX- .
27.61 K"es. -
MARLENE BASS CEIT1NO THE FOLLOWING: Property iv: rim rnici'iT' roniT OK TIM,:
I Plaintiff, described on the following re- < N\Jo''I'1I JUDICIAL ruiriir.IV ; .
Us V's. corded conveyances on the I'ut>- Affil TOIL l'LA.l.iil (;01 \-
On
Call CHARLES BASS Defendant llc Hf'cords' FIuKler <-ountv.rorun Tl', FLORIDA. LAW NO. 1117:

: ROAD DEPARTMENT
I NOTICIJ TO IHKKMI > Book 1. Page 348!!: STATE
I I THE STATE OK FLORIDA TO: l>eed Book OF FLORIDA, an Agency of
M'I
Book : ; 58.1 I
the State of Florida,
CHARLES BASS I I'HRO l Slit; 1Peed Book 56, Page :
whose residence and post officeaddress '66 OR Book and
Deed Book Cb. Page :
are unknown, Book 58 I I'ape I 1 FLAGI.ER COUNTY a Political
I You are hereby notified that a 9.271 Pago; 'l'i31 : v Deed 58. Page 275; OR I Subdivision! of the State of

milt has boon filed against you In Hook I.. Page 417: : OR Book 5. fI Florida,
the above! entitled cause: nnd you ]PHKO 596: OR Book 1. Page 522: PetitlonmFREDA + ,
are hereby required ktoorlihr.o answer OU Book U, Page 118: Deed I DEENv
I t. al,
with the Book
OR
When Hook 57, Page 394: 2.1
I nnd to serve a copy thereof upon Pnge 507: Deed Book 57, I' Defendants
whosealname 1 I andl addre's's attorney 425: Deed Book 57 Page 423: SUMMONS TO SHOW CAUSE
1! whollefo11 rltd aWjll'} Is: Deed Book 57, Page 301.: ; Deed AND
V I Hook 58, Page 24: Deed Book 57, I NOTICE OK HEARING
i 110 North Third StreetPalatka Pnge 263: OR Book 1. Page 401; NOIKi ().' KMIVK\r: DOMAIN

Floridanot 1) O.K, Book 3. Page 61: OR Book I 1'It 01'KiillVdIN : : 8
I later than February 12th A. 5. Page 48V: : OR Book 6. Page 1 THE NAME AND BY THE
19RR. 325.: O 8, Page 5, O R At'THORITY OF THE STATE orFLORIDA
If YOU fall to do BO, decree pro Book l'I'k 427; OR Book 6. I l ,

confeBBO will be entered against the 457; O.R. Book 1, 42: i WHOM IT MAY CONCERN :
In .g)10 TO ALL
demanded ;
I you for the relief 11f"; i 7. Page l''2; OR
of and to all and -
You Need bill of complaint. The nature persons parties
8. Page 153; OR Book 6. Page
claiming or having any right.
said suit I being for divorce. 238: OR Book 11, 1'age 449: all
I WITNESS my hand and seal of being the Public Records of Flag- title Interest, estate mortgage 01
said Court this fcth day of JanuOfflclal ler County Florida other lien to or on those certain
of land hereinafter described -
A U. parcels
of Specials..es-
( ealT said. 1'1 tICourt Amount ment .............. ...................$2.121.8. and the following persons
Clerk of Circu together with all unknown persons
nv Julia It. Harvey l'.titl'FL: M'MIIKH TWO claiming by, through or under
I Deputv Clerk Being a part of the North Halfof known persons who are dead 01
Jan. 13-20-27 & Feb. -4tc the Northwest Quarter of Section who are not known to be dead 01
-. -- ---- 12, Township 12 South Range alive:
INVITATION: FOR Ino" :II East and more particularly SECTION 73505-2601 STATE ROAD
The Housing Authority of Flakier described as follows: S-302 FLAGLER COUNTY
GOODPrinting County Florida, will receive Beginning at the point where the NAMES AND ADDRESSES
j. bids for the construction of Low North line of said Section 12, In- Marjorie M Urldwell4b3
Rent Housing Project FLA 30-2 at rants the Easterly boundary of Patterson Avenue, S E.
Bunnell. Florida, consisting of 23 the 500 foot right-of-way of the Atlanta Georgia
buildings containing 40 dwelling Florida Intracoastal Waterway, according sun NO. 100.1
units and other Improvements, un- to plat I recorded In Plat Harold F. Landeen
I til 2 V. M, EST on the 1st day of Book: ; 4, at Page Ib of the PublicRei Capitol Drug Store
of the 'ords. of Flagler County, Florida -
February, 1966, In the office 121 North Main Street
Housing! Authority at the cornerof as a point of reference and Sheridan, Wyoming
Allen and Bacher Streets, Bun- running thence South 15"36'14"East sun NO. IOU, 101.2
I nell Florida at which time and along the said Easterly Hazel E. Landeen
all bids will be publicly op- ilght-of-way boundary, a distanceof Capitol Drug Store

enact and read aloud 11243 feet: thence North 8b 48' 121 North Main Street
Proposed forms of contract documents Ob" East, a distance of 212'16! feetto Sheridan, Wyoming
I and specifications the point of beginning of this I
Including plans Sill NO 101.1. 101.2
are on file at the office d<'script I Ion: thence continuingNorth SECTION 73505-2601 STATE ROAD
I of the Housing Authority of Flag- 8b48'06" East' a distance of S-302 FLAOLER COUNTY
ler County, Florida, at the corner 800 feet: thence South 3"11'54 DESCRIPTION
of Allen and Bacher Streets In Bun- East, a distance l of IbO,0 feet to SRD NO. 100.1 RIGHT OF WAY
nell, Florida, and at the office of the Northerly boundary of Palm That part of: .
Craig and Snead Architects, at 414 Circle; thence South 8648'06 West The SE' of the SW)
North Halifax, Daytona Beach, along said Northerly boundary, a of minot7thTo \I 12 South 4,
distance of 80.0 feet thence North
Florida.Copies. ;
Range 40 being Tract 3.
I of the documents may be 3"ir54" West, a distance of 160.0 Block' 14, N.a8.oh} ev eil'ompuny
de- feet to the point of beginning of
obtained from the Architects by Subdivision, according to
positing Fifty Dollars ($50.00) for this description. Bearings are referred
Plat Book 1, page 7, public records
refundedto to the True Meridian and
each set. Deposit will be
of Plagler Florida EXCEPT
County. : ( -
the parcel contains 0.293
each person who returns acres.
fifteen feet being reservedon
OFFICE FORMS doc- Amount of Special Assessment -
plans, specifications and other
uments In good condition within 10 ................... .. ......$16000 each Section and half Section
line for public highway purposes) :
days after bid opening Checks for 1'\1U'I. M':MIIKH TIIHKi: I lying (A) North of and within 60
deposits must be made payable to Beginning a point 40 feet feet of the survey line of State
the Housing Authority of Flagler North and 25 feet West of the Road S-302, Section 73505 West of
ENVELOPESINVOICES County, Florida.A Southeast corner of the North Survey station ;
certified check or bank draft, Half of Tract 10; running North of said Survey ll r tonrol': said
(payable to the Housing Authority 58 feet, thence West 214 feet thence SIIIICM Station 139-1-00 and South
of Flagler County Florida), U. S. South 58 feet, thence East 214 feet to of existing Right of Way of State
Government bonds, or a satisfactory the point of beginning; In the North Road 100 said Survey line and
bid bond utre're.h Half of Tract 10, Block D, Section 11, said Survey Station being located
der and acceptable an 1 Townshl';) 12 South Range 31 East and described at' follows:
amount equal to five percent of the In the Bunnell Development Company Hogln on theVest line of Section -
bid, shall be submitted with each I 's Allotment as per plat filed 7, Township 12 South Range
LETTER HEADS bid.The with the Clerk of the Circuit Courtof 30 East 25.29 feet North of the
successful bidder will be required Flagler County Florida Southwest corner thereof; thencerun
to furnish and and for satisfactory Amount of Special Assessment North 88'33'15" East 2494.02

performance paymentbond .................................. ,......$1 J 11.00 feet to Station 139-1-00, thence
or II.Attention 1'\lH'.:1. %Millet "'01 It contine North 88*33'15" East 229.81
Is called to the reQuirement Beginning at u point 25 feet
BUSINESS CARDSSTATEMENTS fret to the end of this survey line
that not less than the West and 214 feet North of the description
minimum salaries and wages as set Southeast corner of the North Half The land herein described con-
forth In the Specifications must be of Tract 10, Block D running West tains 32.800 square feet (.754 acre),
paid on this project. :214 feet thence North 58 feet, more or less
The Housing Authority of Flag- then East 214 feet thence South OWNED BY: MARJORIE.
led County, Florida reserves the ">8 feet to the point of beginning BRIDWELLSRD .
right to reject any and all bids or In the North Half of Tract 10,
to waive any informalities In the Block D.I Section 11 Township 12South !I NO. 101.1. 101.2
bidding Range Jl East: In the Bun RIGHT OF WAY I
No bid shall be withdrawn for a
BILL HEADS nell (Development Company's That
part of:
period of thirty (30) days subsequent -
ment as per plat filed Allot-I The W>4 of the SE>'
to the opening of bids with-
Clerk of the Circuit Court of SW; >4. Section 7. Township 12outth.
out the consent of the Housing Authority It
of le a. ',r :; f"otl' Florida : Range 30 East, being Tract 1.
o Special Assessbent
AUTHORITY Block 14 St Johns
RULED FORMS HOUSING OF .. ......... .................. .. .....$116.00 I <' Development
ompanv Subdivision according to
FLAGLER COUNTY, FLORIDABy
1'\lH'I. MIIKIt KI\F. I
Plat recorded in Plat Book
1. page
Jack D. Abbott
Beginning at a point 98 feet
I 7, public records of Flagler County
Executive Director.
North and 25 tet'tYt'llt of the'
Florida, (EXCEPT fifteen feet beIng -
Jan 6-13-20-27-Hc
Southeast corner of the North Half reserved each each
on side of
TICKETS and TAGS
of Tract 10: running North 58 feet
Section and half Section line for
iv THE rincriT f'OI'U'I'. EVKVTII thence West 214 feet thence
..ll'IMCIAI CIRCUIT OF South 58 feet, thence East 214 feet public highway purposes) ,
ri.OIUDl, l> AVI) TOIL .'I..u:- to the point of beginning: In the
lying Northerly of and within 50
I.KH Mnvrv. iv: CIIIMKUV
North Half of Tract 10, Block D, feet
and
Southerly of and within
,iu. MM:
Section 11. Township 12 South
r)0 feet
line of
CITY OF FLAOLER BEACH: a Range 31 East In the Bunnell De- Road 3&2t& survey State
Section
CIRCULARSANNOUNCEMENTS 3505, said survey -
municipal corporation existing velopment Company's Allotment as line being described follows
under the laws of the State of per plat filed with the Clerk of the Begin the as :
on West line of Sec-
Florida Flagler County Florida Circuit Florida Court of Flagler County. tion 7, Township! 12 South Range

30 Fast 25.29 feet North of thp80uthwf'lIt
Plaintiffvs Amount of Special Assessment -

..... ... .... ........... .. .. .... ..$116.00 North corner 88'33'15"thereof East: 2&23.83 thencerun

Certain land upon which special 1'.tltl'i-:I. M'MIIKH !M\ feet to the end of this" survey line
assessments' are delinquent Beginning at a point 25 feet (description
within the municipality of West and 156 feet North of the The land herein described con-
Fl.tKler Beach, Florid, Southeast corner of the North Half tains 32.7t8! square feet (776 acre).
DcfendintsVOTH of Tract 10 running West 214 feet, more or less
'I! thence North 58 feet thence East OWNED BY: HAZEL E. LAN"-
214 feet, thence South fi8 feet to BEEN

TO ALL PERSONS AND CORPORATIONS the point of beginning: in the SUBJECT TO: INTEREST, if any.
: TNTERFSTKD: IV Oil North Half of Tract 10. Block D, of HAROLD 1"'. LANDEE.N
HAVING: ,ANY MEN OU CL\I\I Section 11. Township 12 South,
We Don't Do The MostPRINTING IM'OV ANY OF THE UVNDS DESCRIBED Range 31 Fast. In the Bunnell Dovelpoment's PLEASE TAKE NOTICE that a
) HEREIN: Allotment as per plat Declaration of Taking has been
YOU ARE HF.mmYOTU'IEO filed with the Clerk of the Circuit filed In the above-styled cause bv
that the CITY OK FLAGLERBEACH Court of Flagler County Florida the Petitioners, the acquiring authority -
has filed Its bill of complaint Amount of 81eclill1111..8- of these proceedings for

In the above named Courtto ment .... ............. ........ .......$11600 the lbdk't'.Jr' ; the property de-
I foreclose! delinquent special assessments 1'\11:1. M MIIKH !HI'.IKN Petition, for the
with Interest and pen- Lot 11, Block 2. Sunrise Beach purposes therein described to-
cities, upon the parcels of land set Subdivision being K subdivision of wit, as right of way and
forth in the following schedule North Flagler Beach Flugler Countv borrow pit for a portion of
the aggregate amount of such Florida. and comprising; all of State Head S-302, In Flagler Coun-
special assessments Interest And Lot 7, Section 35, and all of Lot tFlorida, and that the Petitioners -

But We Do Some of the Best pf'nnltll'sllllllnllt said respective 1, Section 36, Township 11 South. will\ apply for an Order of
parcels of land, as set forth In Range 31 East as filed In the of Taking and such other Order 1111
said hl1ot\ Complaint being set! fice of the Clerk of the circuit the Court deems proper, before the
opposlt" such parcels In the following Court of riagler County. Florida. Honorable I Howell W Melton, one
schedule to-wlt In Plat Book 1, Page 20 of the of the Judges of the Circuit Court
1'\llI'I. "MIIEK OAF: Public Records of Flagler County, of the Seventh Judicial Circuit In
Doing a part of the North Half Florid. and for Flagler County Florida,
of Section 12. Township 12 South Amount of Special Assessment on the 24th day of February. A. D.

Range 31 East and more partlcularlx ... .. ................. .... ........$100.00 P166, at 2:00: o'clock P M, In the
described follows: Beginning In Addition to the amounts set Hagler County Courthouse at Bun
it 11 point where the North opposite each parcel of land In the nell Florida. All parties to the
lit it' of said Section 12 Intersects foregoing! schedule, interest and suit da:1tl parties Interested
the Eastcrlv boundary of the 500 penalties. as provided by law, on appear be heard at the :rand
foot rlght-of-wav of the Florida such delinquent taxes and special place designated
Intl'rl'oalltllVAtf'rWn\'. accordingto assessments, together with a proportionate You, and each of you. are hereby
Dial 4373282The Plat recorded In Pint Hook 4 I part of the costs and commanded to appear by filing an
at Pane U of the Public\ Record expenses of this suit, are sought Answer to the Petition heretofore
of Flagler County. Florida and to be enforced and foreclosed\ In filed In this cause in the entitled
running thence South 1536'14 this suit.You Court, on or before February 28
East along said Easterly right-of- are hereby notified to appear 1966, to show what right title, In-
way boundary, distance of 1037.<>7 and make your defense to said Itt or you or any of you
feet to the Southerly; boundary of Bill of Complaint on or I In E'dnt the property described
Block 67 as shown by Amended TUh day of February, A D..relJr6, in said Petition, and show
Plat of Venice Park, recorded In and If you fall to dfhesbllyn cause why the same should not be
Pint Book 3 at Pnge 51 of the hefor. the said date, taken for the uses and purposesset
Public ,: sceof FlagUr County. be taken us confessed by you and forth In the Petition filed
Florida: ; North 727'4 you and you will\ be barred from herein
F.'llltIlonA" the Southerly boundary thereafter contesting said suit, and WITNESS my Hand end the Seal
of Block 67, a distance of said respective! parcels of land will\ of this Court on this I4th day of
15o4 27 feet to the Westerly! bound- be sold bv decree of said Court for January A. D
ary of Flngler Avenue: thence non-payment of said taxes and assessment (SE\L> u 1.9'IYTIIE
North 2232'14" West, nloner the liens and Interest and Clerk of the Circuit Court In
Westerly boundary of FI"lllertVf'Rnnuf'lnter l penalties thereon and the costs of for Flagler County. Florida.
distance wrth 47213 feet this milt Bv Julia R Harvey
the North IN WITNESS WHEREOF, I have Deputy Clerk
line of said\ Section 12: thence hereunto set my hand and affixed WILLIAM L WADSWORTH
Flagler Tribune South 88'47'OR" West, along the the ottlclal seal of said Court this County Attorney Flagler Count
North line of said Section 12, adistance 14th day of January, A. D 1966 P O. for 896
of 1534 14 feet to the pointof SEAL: ) Clerkf1of A SMYTHE Bunnell, Florida, and
beginning of this description the circuit Court JAMES: : J. RICHARDSON
EXCEPTING HOWEVER, that Flagler! County FloridaBy Holland Building
part of Block fcl of the Amended Julia R Harvey Tallahassee Florida
Plat of Venice Park ns described Deputy Clerk ,.f Counsel for the Petitioners
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I nails of tender roots and cause hour, 26 minutes, during which

_,' Gardening In 'Florida you no end of painstaking care time it brought up and cracked

I BY Herrer Sharp) I trying to keep the plants happy. open 54 mussels, requiring a total NOTICEYou

I Drilling holes in the bottom of 2,237 bangs on the anvil,"
I >. Try shell gardening. It Is a I j of the shells and inserting wicks reported Professor K. R. L. Hall
i safer bet than the shell game. are hereby notified that the Tax Assessoror
will aid soaking water into of Britain's Bristol University.
Prerequisites of the project Include I up I his assistant will be present in the various pre-
the "back forty" of the shells. He watched the animals through
trips to the beach to collect I cincts on the day and hour shown below, for the
for adding binoculars inCalifornia's
: Eyedroppers are handy and a telescope
made flower pots. of receiving tax returns on Real Personaland
the ocean j solutions to the smaller Point Lobos Nature purpose ,
Many gardeners won't have to Reserve. Intangible Property, and applications for Home-

I make the trip. Often there Is a plantings. stead and other exemptions :
For a real conversation piece, Carries Stone in Armpit
I f shells from
private midden o
try planting one of the several "Occasionally an otter retain
,t previous trips waiting to be "insect eating" plants. Most like. ed the same stone for several Precinct No. BunnelL, Tax Assessor's Office Friday. February .
turned Into somethnlg useful. the store won't 11, 8:30 A. M. to 12 Noon.
ly garden supply feeding episodes, diving and
The size of the shell depends
r on the size of the plant you planto carry carnovorous plants, so you surfacing again and again with Precinct No. 4-A-Bunnell, Masonic Lodge. Friday February
I size conchsare may have to look elsewhere. the same one," Dr. Hall wrote. 11. 1:30 P. M. to 2:30 P. M.
The
grow. giant- First check a botany book for "Apparently the 'otter retained

ideal substitutes for the I a picture of a plant called Strr- the anvil stone in its armpit Precinct No. 2-Flagler Beach City Hall Monday. February

average size pot. racenia. Then scavenge in the while diving and collecting another 14 9:00 A. M. to 12 Noon.
Conchs filled with geraniumsor I
backwood flatland for
country mussel. After eating the
coleus will add beauty and a Precinct No. 5-A-Parrot Village, Monday. February 14,
{ one of the 9 or so species that crabs, it reached under its right
nautical setting to a patio or a 1:30 P. M. to 2:30 P. M.
in Florida. Some of the
I grows arm and produced and placedon

den.Cone-shaped shells placed In a I pitcher plants are said to munch its chest the same distinctive Precinct No. 5-Espanola, County Polling Building, Tuesday

I on insects. / stone it had used during pre February IS. 10:00 A. M. to 11:00 A. M.
will the
tube rack give
test
-type
I Shell gardening is only as limited vious feeding episodes." I
project a scientific look. By j as your imagination. But it's Scientists do not know how Precinct No. 3-A-Korona. White Eagle, Tuesday. February
memorizing the scientific namesof 15 2:00 P. M. to 3:00 P. M.
I best to stick to the more conventional the otter manages to dislodge
shells and plants you can fool
visitors into thinking that you I plant-growing ideas if large abalones from beds of Precinct No.' 3- aw Creek. Community Hall, Wednesday.

both land and I neighbors begin to take measurements rock, but marks on the shells February 16 10:00 A. M. to 11:00 A. M.
are an expert on
for a straightjacket or suggest that the otter may also I
r sea. I threaten to call the paddywagon. use a stone for this operation.A I Precinct No. 4-St. Johns Park Community Hall, Wednes
By adding an air plant to the female elephant has been day. February 16. 2:00 P. M. to 3:00 P. M.
collection, you can become an
seen spanking her calf with a
I expert in space, too. sapling apparently pulled The Tax Laws require that file
Try miniature shells and petite Animals up you a return on
I' plants if you desire to stimulate Tool-Using for the purpose. Elephants also Personal and Intangible Personal Property, regard-
small talk. have been observed using sticksas less of the amount, before April 1st, and I am re-

I Most beaches are scattered Hammer And Paint backscratchers. Domesticatedgoats quired to assess a ten percent penalty upon your
sometimes scratch their failure to do
with midget-size shells. If youcan't Wasps, birds, otters, elephantsand so.
;' find suitable miniature apes use simple tools. Theyare backs with straw. All applications for exemption must also be
The manufacture of tools was filed before April 1st. The Tax
plants for the smaller shells, try among the relatively few Assessor's Office is
a safari to the edge of a sandy animals known to do so. long believed to be an ability open from 8:30: A. M. to 12:00 Noon and 1:00 P. M.
of man alone but zoologist Jane to 4 :30 P. M. and will be
flatwood pond. Most creatures make do with : we glad to assist you, if

Here you may find dwarfed i what they are given by nature, Goodall, whose study of wild possible.

plants-even with flowers so the National Geographic Society champanzees in Tanzania is

small that you may have to says. For Instance, the mole supported by National Geographic Respectfully,
R. MOORE
P.
squint through bifocals to catcha uses efficient digging claws in has established that ,
Tax Assessor
glimpse of the blossoms.If place of a shovel; the beaver the big black apes modify natural

you do capture wild plantsfor Fells trees with teeth used as objects and turn them to

the project, be sure to take I a saw. But a few animals pick I useful ends.

home some native soil so that up handy objects and employ

the plant will be happy In cap them for a variety of purposes. I

tivity. A wasp of the Ammophita

; For housebroken plants, use genus provisions its :sk ria }
; any good grade of garden soil. then plugs its burrow'l

I A small plastic bag of earth. loose earth. Sometimes

worm-worked peat from the local sect will hold a tiny pebble or

garden supply store provides an a bit of wood in its Jaws and
Ideal mixture for the into :.:
potting tamp the soil place. A3w.
smaller shells. The black breasted buzzard of

Before using the shells for Australia is a thief of emu eggs.

pots, be sure to soak out the To crack the large, leathery x.. '.
ocean salt with fresh water. eggs, the buzzard flies aloft witha

I Strong salts will curl the toe- stone in its claws and dive. \4 ':. 1' ;

-'_.. bombs the cluth. ;sysL
Bark "Paint Brush"

SEE The satin bowerbird of Australia

paints the inner walls of

its bower with a bark wad held M: }

"HINEIGHBOR" between the tips of its beak.

The "paint" is a pulp of char

- coal or shredded bark mixed

with saliva.
WITH
The California sea otter is

I' JIM WATSONAnd only''non primate mammal knownto

use 'a tool to obtain food.

On the otter dives to the seabedsoff

California and brings up

JAN. 25. 1966 crabs, urchins, mussels, and f kE'e.;v'tr
abalones. To crack open the

' Hear Special Guest mussels, the otter hauls up a

rock about five inches in diameter

places the stone on Its

, DON JORDANFlagler chest to serve as an anvil, graps

the mussel with both paws, and
CountyAgricultural
bangs it repeatedly until the
Agent shell is broken.

"We watched one otter feed.
6:45 A. M.
ing entirely off mussels for one

on L: Put them all together

r IN TUB CIRCUIT COURT, SEVENTH -
JUDICIAL CIRCUIT IN

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THE STATE OF FLORIDA TO: SERVICE -
VIRGINIA M. KROSS, works for you in many helpful way.

JACKSONVILLE c/o 109 South Max Newhouse Eureka Avenue, Besides all the conveniences of total electric living, Sunshine
Columbus. Ohio.
You are hereby notified that a Service offers the services of trained representatives,skilled in the
f suit for divorce nas been flied
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.l NOTirH OK INTENTION TORRHISTKR against you In the hereby above requiredto entitled efficient and economical use of electricity in the home, on the
cause and you are
f' In compliance FICTITIOUS with House NAME Bill No. serve upon and Plaintiff's address Attorney appear, farm,in business and industry..plus services,yours for the ask
whose
of Flor name
ida.1175.Acts Chapter of 1941 20953, as Law amended with the the hereon to, your the Bill written'of Complaint defense In If ing! Pita, of course, 9 rate reductions in 9 years saving Sunshine

I I Clerk undersigned for Flagler of the will County Circuit register Florida Court ,In upon and day said of suit February, on or, 1966.before else the decree 19th Service customers a total of more than $38 million annually!
of pro confesso will be entered againstWITNESS
I receipt of proof of publication
this notice the following fictitiousname you.
hand and seal of
: Jim's Auto Sales, located at my
I 1 U. 8. No. 1 Star Route 3 miles south said Court this Uth day of January -
of Bunnell. Florida, under which I 1966.
will In the business of Used (SEAL) E. A. SMYTHE
engage
I Cars Used Tarts and Salvage Yard, Clerk of said Court FLORIDA POWER & LIGHT COMPANY
and that the undersigned Is the By Julia R. Harvey HELPING IUUO flQfilOAI
.' only person interested In said bus ADSWORTeputY Clerk
Ineoea. W. U W
I' hated at Bunnell Florida this P. O. Box 896
12th day of January A. D. 19**. Bunnell. Florida
JAMBS BUONO Attorney for PlaintiffJan. ,
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New Grades For to offer everyone. I II I
The producer of high quality !
I meat-type cattle should receive i Quantity Right
Beef AnnouncedA
the financial Incentive. to increase I WE GIVE METTS **;
new dimension in beef I his production.Yield
grading was Introduced at the grades offer the marketing I' TOP PRICES GOOD
Southern and Eastern Livestock agency the opportunityto Thurs., Fri., Sat.
Conference at the University of render a more professional I and Monday
VALUE
Florida January 20. service to producers-to obtain I SUPER MARKET Jan. 27, 28, 29STAMPS
For the first time official standards for them prices more and 31st
have been adopted to measure surate with the actual market,
value of their cattle. I 103 SOUTH RAILROAD ST.
the yield of major boneless 1 Tel. 4373201U.
retail cuts in a beef carcass. Yield grades offer the packer "
Five new yield grades-the result an opportunity to market beef S. CHOICE (Flavor Aged)
of nearly 15 years of research nationally with a more precise :
and testing by the Live identification reducing, and I
stock Division of USDA's Con perhaps eliminating buyer Chuck
Roast 49u.
sumer and Marketing Service, jections due to a lack of re.I' Lb.
colleges and universities, industry uct Identification.The .
groups-are now availablefor I retailer is able to buy a
optional use by the nation's more precisely Identified prod
beef Industry.The uct. Yield grades offer the con S. CHOICE (Flavor Aged)
yield grades, with the sumer the potential of lower
number 1 representing the highest cost beef through reduction In
yield of retail cuts and the marketing costs and the production Chuck Steak .Ib. 59
number 5 representing the low. of greater quantities of j
est, apply to each of the USDA saleable meat.
quality grades-prime, choice, The fullest exploration of this
' good, etc.Another. new dimension in beef grading LAMB
by the nation's cattle and beef I
significant provisionof industry should contribute greatly I
the up-dated standards is a
modification of the to Increased beef consumption Shoulder
slight relationship Roast 49
between maturity and a stronger industry, and a Lb.WORLD'S
better fed nation.Report i .
marbling-flecks of fat within
the lean beef-in evaluating beef I
quality. These two factors have
BEST LEAN JUICY
long been recognize-1 as havingan on Futures GROUND :39 BRISKET lb-
effect on the eating qualityof BEEF 3lb'l STEW 3ge
beef. Increasing animal age I Trading in OrangesTho FIRST CUT
tends to make beef less palatable LAMBPORK
while Increased marbling University of Florida J SHOULDER 'lb.
CHOPS 3 Ibs.I.59 CHOPS
Sge
t' tends to enhance palatability. economists have just released a
The basic problem indicatingthe report dealing with futures trading FAMILY PKG.CUTUP FRESH FROZEN
need for a more precise in fresh oranges and orange 51 Ib FRYER *.
grading tool-and the new dimension concentrate.It's FRYER Vg.I.89 BACKS I 5ge
of yield brrading-is entitled Futures Tradingand
the increasing consumer evers- the Florida Orange Indus
ion to excess fat on beef, USDA try, written by Dr. B. A. Dominick LEAN
.A S specialists said. This consumer Jr., a marketing professor, JUICY ALL MEAT STEW Lb. 69
demand for a closely trimmed and Dr. F. W. Williams, associate
beef product has forced the retailer economist. It's an attemptto
to remove more and more provide more information on HERSHEY'S YELLOW COOKING
fat before placing beef cuts in futures trading.
the meat counter.It The idea of this type of trading
was conservatively .estimated has been kicked, aroundsinre SUGAR ONIONS
by livestock specialists the early 1950's, but nothing -
during the conference that near has ever come of It.
ly one-third of the excess fat A number of research projects 3Lb.
produced could be eliminated have been conducted as well as 5 lb. 37 5
through a long-range beef breeding industry committees set up to Bag
and management programof I study the question. However, it bagLimit
Improved selection-and without was recently indicated by industry

any sacrifice in the eating people that more Information ((1) with purchase of 5.00 or Limit ((1)) with purchase of 5.00 or
;::1 quality of the beef. would be needed along witha more food order more food order
Excess fat Increases the costsof greater Industry understand.
beef production, transportation ing before a decision can be
FOOD KING Bottle
ARMOUR SHORTENINGVEGETOLE ((12 oz. )
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because today's consumer simly The report gives the evolutionof
won't buy it, It was pointed out. futures markets, requirementsfor CATSUP
"Certainly excessive fat is an successful futures trading,
economic waste the beef industry trading examples, and the
can 111 afford. An the elimination characteristics and structure of
of only part of it could the Florida orange Industry.On 3 Lb. 47
well mean the difference between the Industry side, the report 4 Bottles 75
profit and loss for all segments I covers favorable and un TinLimit
of the Industry," livestock favorable factors existing for
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P..T. A. WILL HAVE Books Are Dish I REST MEATS
FOUNDERS DAY MEET i My 1 I ,ztwLfJ

The Flagler Beach Parent- By Dorothy Homons .,
Teacher Association will celebrate
Its Whenever a child comes into i : .
Founders Day at regular
meeting next Wednesday, the Flagler Beach Public Library, i
PRICES CLOSED SUNDAYS
GOOD
February second. I wonder if the magic in books
The meeting was changed 'overwhelms them in these daysas I THURS., FRI., SAT. and MON., QUANTITY RIGHTS

from Tuesday night to Wednesday it did children in the past. JANUARY 27, 28, 29 and 31, 1966 RESERVED
Mrs. Robert Me- I
night by
Daniel, president. It will be at At least, they still love a mys Store Hours Monday thru Thursday, 8 a. m. 6 p. m.-Fri. & Sat. 8 a. m 7 p. m.
tery-and what is a fairy tale or t
7:30 in the school cafetorium.Also .
included on the a novel by Dickens but a mystery FLA. GRADE "A" DRESSED & DRAWN
program ? Two of our when.we.were
will be a film on Educational readers, Sue and
very.young.
Television and Coy G. Harris,
Superintendent of Public Instruction I Every Barbara time Martin Barbara like comes mysteries.into I i FRYERS LB. 3S
for Flagler county, will
the Library, she returns an old
to speak on
be
special
a guest
book and brings in a new reader.
Educational Television In Flag.
I There are, when all is said and I
ler County schools. done, :not so many good books: U. S. CHOICE FLAVOR AGED FRESH 100% PURE
for children. More and more are I CHUCK GROUND

THIRD HONOR FLAGLER SIX ROLL BEACH WEEKS FOR SCHOOL I mysteries ample of the becoming story teller's the last art not ex I ROAST59 BEE F Ofl Lb. 47

only for grownups but for young
Grade 3-Alan Zamba, Pat people as well. Mary Roberts 50 FREE S. & H. STAMPS -
McCraney, Becky Anderson, Rinehart, Agatha Christie, Ellery U. S. CHOICE FLAVOR AGED CAMPFIRE
Cheryl Hoskins, Patty Reynolds. Queen, all write stories younger CHUCK QUALITY
Grade 4-Rodney Law, Dale readers can enjoy. A favorite
Johnson, Elizabeth Carson, Cher. the Hitch. BACON Lb.
among tennagers are STEAK. Lb. 59 .. 79
ri Hanna, Peggy Reynolds, Jackie cock mystery stories. Mrs. Greenof ,
Robinson, Pam Thomas. the Flagler Beach Hotel re U. S. CHOICE FLAVOR AGED ARMOUR'SSLICED
Grade 5-Ralph Abraham, cently gave the Library four FULL CUT ROUND
Kevin Crouch, Jack Rawlins, years of Hitchcock mystery mag

John Kurtz, Tracey Prevatt, Deb azines. "Come and get 'em!" STEAK Lb. 89 PICNICS I Lb. 59''
bie Meekins, Sharon Spivey, Anybody learning to write should
Angel Roberson, Thea Hein, read Hitchcock. He has the diffi
Barbara Martin, Rosemary Bross, cult art of simplicity. Dr. Frank
Connie McDaniel. Reynolds brouught in two of his CHASE & SANBORN YOUR FAVORITE SHORTENING
Grade 6-Stella Weaver, children on Satuurday-the boys
Wayne Hutcheson, Sue Ellen looked at the Space Map but I COFFEEuf CRISCO
Seale. don't believe it impressed them
much. Outer Space is part of
THANK YOU their times. One boy took out a 39
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;. I wish to thank my friends who book on planets and the other Can

visited me and sent cards of en took out Kipling's JUST SO Limit 1 with 5.00 or more food order Limit 1 with 5.00 or more food order
couragement while I was In the stories. Sarah Martel, the Price
Bunnell General Hospital. Thank girls and their brother, Sandra -
you so very much and may God Abbott and Lisa Knight are also 46 Oz. SHURFINE SWEET KRAFT
bless and keep each of you. among our younger readers. ORANGEJUICE

And for the staff at the hose COOKING OIL I
pital there is only one word, just i 2 for 75 .. -. QL 49
.
a wonderful thank you so much.
' RUFUS MILLER Why I No. 2 Cans-2 for 29c MUELLERS-LONG

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4 METHODIST CHURCH 2i/2 Can ROYAL PURPLEPLUMS MACARONI
the I Lb. 23'
MonitorI WHOLE
Church School time 9:45: a. m. Pkg.
and morning worship at 11 o' I!

clock with Rev. Reynold Hoover, recommends 2 for 55! KRAFT'S MILD LONGHORN


minister.Youth Fellowship meets each you rend C H E ESE.Lb.69*
Sunday evening at 6:30: p. m. 300 Can LYKES
The Chapel Choir was invitedto localnewspaper BEEF .
your
half hour musical MONOGRAM
present a LONG GRAIN

program the annual last Tuesday St. Augustine eveningfor STEW. 3-1 100 RICE 3 Lb. 39

Womans Society of Christian
Service and Guild meeting. Your local newspaper is a wide.range Bag
THRIFTY
, newspaper with many features. Its
The choir is under direction of I REGULAR
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LL OCAL'S Merchants.1

rl1 Meat Loaf


I Country Club I _


ActivitiesThe Plans Spring i 3 lb. load $179

Country Club met with
Gertie Ramsey Thursday eveningfor _
their business and social
meeting. During the evening they i
made plans for the Annual Cab.
U. S. D. A. Choice
bage Ball, formed a basketball

I year.team and elected from officers the club for members the new, RIB STEAK Ib I i 83Lean


I The Cabbage Ball will be held
the later part of April with Eddie
Koch of Daytona Beach fur
nishing the music again this
year. Western BOSTON BUTT
The basketball team was organized

other teams to play t hey town may teams secure and I

dates with. The proceeds from I PORK ROAST Ib 59
the Scholarship games will Fund.be used for the

New officers elected: Margaret .
Knight, president; Pat Cowart, -vJ.
vice president; Phyllis Bertha, Choice Juicy BEEF Armour Star SMOKED
secretary, and Madge Johnston, lb. 'lb.
treasurer. Naomi Pelllcer, re SHORT RIBS 4ge SLAB BACON 69*

porter.New member, Betty Hawkins, Lean Western Drummer Boy "PURE PORK"PORK

was present, and guest was PsUTlb.. 4geSMokED SAUSAGE lb. Sge
Helen Angle. Phyllis Berther received
the door prize.

Members present were Ellisa Ga.-Red (Limit 4 with food order)
Tilton, Naomi Pellicer, Margaret
Knight, Madge Johnston, Joyce TOMATOES Can fOe HERSHEY'S
crews, Phyllis Bertha and Molly
Bertha. SUGAR
Our Value TURNIP or MUSTARD

A Recipe For ,GREENS SiRed 10e 5 Bag" Z5e


Orange FrittersTake I & White EVAPORATED Limit 1 with $5.00 or more food order
advantage of plentiful Tall 4TOO
fresh Florida oranges and grapefruit MILK 7 Cans JL
now at their peak of flavor.
When you shop for both Royal LONG GRAIN
fruits, select fruit that is firm
well shaped, heavy with Juice, MAXWELL HOUSE RICE 5 Cello'Bag 590
and thin-skinned. Be sure to
.store fruit in a cool place pre. COFFEE
ferably the refrigerator hydrator.For DAIRY SPECIAL -

tasty eye-openers to perk Kraft Halfmoon LONGHORN
up mid-winter breakfasts, home I Tin 390
economists suggest orange- CHEESE !::: 35c
broiled grapefruit. For each Limit 1 with $5.00 or more food order
serving, spoon a tablespoon of I
orange juice concentrate over a FROZEN FOODS -
I sect Ionized grapefruit half. Dot
with a teaspoon of butter and FRESH PRODUCE Pick N Pack SLICED 10 oz. Pkg.
place in a broiler rack, 3 inches for
from the heat. Broil slowly 15 U. S. No. 1 STRAWBERRIES 4 100POTATOES
to 20 minutes, or until grapefruitis
10 Ib.
through.slightly brown and heated Bag 4ge

Orange fritters make good fare Pillsbury (Plain or Self-Rising)
anytime:
; ORANGE FRITTERS TANGERINES 2 doz. Z5e FLOUR
2 medium sized oranges, peel
ed, sliced '/4 inch thick and 5 Ib. 2ge
sprinkled with sugar. U. S. No. 1 Bag

1 egg, beaten well lb. Limit 1 with $5.00 or more food order
% cup milk RUTABAGAS 7c
*'a tablespoon melted butter
Va cup sifted flour
...
% teaspoon baking powder -
1 teaspoon sugar '
]4 taespoon salt 5efl0 M sh.ts Mari.nl.
Mix beaten egg, milk, and 100 50
melted butter. Sift flour, baking ,:
powder, sugar and salt together.Stir .
into liquid. Dip orange with coupon & purchase with coupon & purchase with coupon & purchaseof
slices into batter. Fry in deep of ((1) No. 5 Jar of ((1) Giant Size (1)) Frozen
fat at medium temperature.Serve GOLD MEDAL SYRUP AD DETERGENT "CUT-UP HEN
with Coupon Void After Coupon Void After Coupon Void After
orange syrup. Monday, Jan. 31, 1966 f Monday, Jan. 31, 1966 Monday, Jan. 31, 1966
ORANGE SYRUP ...
'/a cup orange Juice
1 cup sugar
I 1 rindCombine tablespoon grated orange

orange Juice, sugar,
and rind in small saucepan.Stir .
over low heat until sugaris
dissolved. Cook for 5 minutes.

Spacecraft built to orbit the VIII
moon must be designed to with
stand its hostile environment.
Temperatures reach mius 280
degrees on the dark side, while OPEN SUNDAYS Phone 437-3227
the lighted side bakes at 260 8:00 a.m.-1:00 p.m. U.S. No. 1 BUNNELL
degrees, the National Geographic I
says. Quantity Right Reserved Prices Good January 27, 28, 29, 30 & 31, 1966 .



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;\: How To I and supermarkets."The The first European to sail the I one of the accepted hazards of I secluded enough, ; ; vide- the

Tips on flowers are lily-like or Sound's ful length was the Dutch travel," wrote historian CarlD. I i, setting for a secret operation on

bell-shaped and come in red, navigator Adriaen Block, who in I Lane. President Grover Cleveland. In
Grow AmaryllisColor pink, white and combinationsof 1614 negotiated the turbulentHell I The steamers vied in opulence. '
it turned out, a
these colors," says Dr. Tom Gate of the East River and I Carpets, crystal, damask, and those days, as
beautiful, and
your yard Sheehan, associate stations ornamental -: emerged into the Sound. exotic veneers were standard in President could slip away to
do It with amaryllis. These horticulturist.He I : New York, board a specially
By the end of the 17th century the vast "grand saloons. One
flowers can be forced Into flower sail into
steam ,
said it's not necessary to I the West Indies trade : ship boasted canaries In every equipped yacht
In six to eight weeks In the
and have malignant
a
Sound
at I dig each year or to "dry off" as gave the Sound its first commercial I stateroom. Growth of the rail I' the ,
In the home
greenhouse or removed from his
I commonly believed. It's betterto boom. Sugar, molasses, roads and highways spelled the growth
any time during the year. dig, separate, and replant and rum poured into ports suchas end of the ships, but the famous mouth-all on a Fourth of July
for
needed
More time may be each year to get uniform flowering I New London, Connecticut; Fall River Line continued pas I weekend; Today, the "hospital
bulbs growing outdoors to come
the
would be rocked in
and larger flowers.Dr. cargoes of flour, cured ham, senger service up the Sound until yacht
of lower or
nto flower because thousands ofI
of
Sheehan points out that barrel staves, and manufactured 1937. wakes literally

changing Researchers temperatures.with the Agricul 'I III you do this, you'll have a products sailed out. In 1893, the Sound was still ,I I ships-led by a press boat.

better chance of cutting down The British occupied Long Island -
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tural Experiment Stations say i
insect in the War - - - --- -
amaryllis for forcing should be I the disease and pests Revolutionary I

potted with one-half to two- I since unhealthy bulbs can be but Tories, smugglers, and profiteers BUDDY KNOX
soil graded out and destroyed at this traded back and forth across -
thirds of the bulb above
to bring about early flowering. I I time. Flower failure is one of the Sound from Connec YOUR ATLANTIC DEALER
the biggest problems in growing ticut.
Since they're excellent land
scape subjects as Individual I amaryllis. Some of the causes After the war, whaling Bunnell Atlantic Service Station

are drying the bubs too long; flourished, enriching ports like
specimens, in mass plantings, tffifr.Day Phone 437.3625
digging them before they are Sag Harbor and Greenport. Later .
in beds or as part of a border U. S. Highway 1 : )
+ +
planting around the home, you fully mature, or before the Mystic, Connecticut, was a Night Ph. 437-3944
leaves turn yellow in the fall; headquarters for the fast grace
might think about trying them REPAIR, REBUILD GENERATORS, STARTERS
allowing too much shade which ful clipper ships.
I. AND CARBURETORS
out.Bulbs can be bought eitherat cuts down the manufacture of Golden Age of Steam I
I food and in rich soil Steam 24 Hour Wrecker Service
nurseries or seed and garden ; planting brought a golden age Heavy Duty
high in nitrogen or over fertilizing to the Sound. By the middle of
supply stores, or at variety stores
I I with a high-nitrogen fertil I the 19th century, huge paddle

wheelers sailed its waters, car

I izer.Dr.. Sheehan says amaryllis is rying cargo and passengers between 24 HourWrecker ..:R-:

WANT ADS one of a group of plants that New York and New Eng Service

, when grown in a fertile soil or land. One queenly ship could VV

I II one With a high nitrogen content sleep 850 passengers and carry
I Listings under this heading are tends to vegetate greatly. 44 freight cars' capacity.
f 3 cents a word each Insertion. I Flagler Truck & Tractor Co.
75 cents Is the minimum charge The plants use food manufactured Rival steamboats often "hook.
by the leaves to producemore ed it up" in illegal races. The

I WANTED-Housemaid work any foliage instead of saving contest sometimes ended in disaster MASSEY-FERGUSON

day except Friday. Viola Johnson and storing it in the bulbs which when high pressure boilers Grove Farm Industrial Equipment

would increase the vigor of flow blew. "Racing with high VIRGIL
phone 4373426. DECKER Phone ID 7-3242
Jan. 27-ltp ering and growth the followingyear. pressure behind safety valves
Owner Bunnell FloridaBOY
weighted down with anvils was ,

FOR SALE-IVa bath, large living So, use fertilizers low in nitro
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room, Florida room, garage gen, plant In less fertile soil
and utility rooms enclosed, cen and don't overwater during the WHAT A SWEET- OKAY,BABY, LETS ROLL WELLYOU CAME TO THE
RUNNIN' CHARIOT. I L THIS SWEET BUGGY FROM RIGHT PLACE, MISTER .'.'
tral heating. Shown by appoint late stages of growth. COULD DRIVE AROUND i p
ment only. Low down paymentand LIKE THIS. FOR. A WEEIC. KRANTZ

FHA terms. George Moody, LU'S E"T. MOTORS ? '

Sr., Flagler Beach. Long Island Sound ( y
; .
UP TO THI3 ORIVE-IN.WOW- .rV
I COULD EAT A HORSE/
HOUSE FOR SALE-CBS construction I I I r a
Has Various CraftEven /
3 bedrooms, 2 baths, J
I
large Florida room, 2-car carport the Sound's famous oysters

six (6) lots, 2 air conditioners and a menhaden fishery

corner of Palmetto and take second place to pleasure I } 'Y 4r.w

Lambert. Phone 437.3215 after boating and commercial ship -. -
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4 p. m. Jan. 20 tfFullerettes ping. .
'
I I
Is" The arm of the Atlantic between .
, "Brush that your I
Long Island and Connecticut
convenience-mornings and evenings
is 90 miles and
only long
I 439-2296. Jan. 2027.2tc
20 miles across at its broadest,

WANTED-Maid for Pelican but more than 200,000 craft ply

Beach Motel cleaning, J/i mile its waters. -

south of Marineland, Florida on On a busy day, the Sound is

AlA. See Mrs. Novak at the Mo sprinkled with sailboats, racing

tel. Jan. 20-2tp yachts, luxurious power cruisers,

= Harding oil tankers, ferries, tugboats,
FILL DIRT Call Martin
barges, and fishing boats. Un-
for fill dirt and top soil. Phone
seen beneath the surface, a nuclear
4373669. Jan 13-TFC
submarine may be gliding

Furnished apartment for rent. along on a test run.

1 Call Harris Appliances, 4373367. Increased Pollution Diazinon for
. Dec. -tf. The Sound has many fine natural Apply

harbors, and they are
f' FOR RENT-2 bedroom duplex I crowded with yacht clubs, marinas sure control of potato wirewormsand

apt., screened porch and car and commercial wharves.

port. Living room and kitchen I Water pollution has increased;

furnished. Call 437.3304'21.25t.fC I oysters and other marine life other vegetable insects.You .

are suffering. A New York Congressman
FOR SALE LEASE OR RENT-
recently proposed a
2-bedroom Florida room, and
i
three-year Federal study of the
carport beach house unfurnished.
Sound aimed at preservation of
Hurricane fence encloses
its natural resources.
I back yard. Call 4373472. 11-4-tf
Among the first vessels on the

FOR SALE-3 bedroom, 21/2 Sound were Indian canoes hewn

bath, double garage, central from the trunks of tulip trees.

heating, flre place, large Florida

room, situated on 160x110 waterfront INCOME TAXCONSULTANT

lot. Call 439.2203, Flagler can prevent costly damage major insect pests of Florida vege-

Beach. 11.4.tfCOX's Ed (Chubby) BielejeskiCall from soil insects like potato wire- table crops.

UPHOLSTERY, Bunnell, 439.2483 worms, cutworms and maggots by So grow higher quality yields of

Fla Hwy. 11, will pick up and Saturday, 12 to 3 following a control program with potatoes and othervegetable crops
deliver all furniture free. For Diazinon AG500 insecticide.All by making broadcast application of

sample material and prices on you need do is make a pre- Diazinon, before you plant, for

labor call 4373673. 7-1-tf I plantsprayapplicationof Diazinon. complete soil insect control. Then,

SEPTIC TANK cleaning; drain I HASTINGS MATTRESS I Then mix it thoroughly into the top use Diazinon foliar sprays duringthe

fields installed; snail shell. Reasonable & UPHOLSTRY WORKS I few inches of soil. Regardless of season to control foliage in-

prices. Call George Ja- 710.12 Lemon St. the stage of growth of the wire- sects. You'll profit from an insect

. roz, ID 7.3410 8-1-tf Palatka, Florida worms, Diazinon has the "staying control program that's hard to beat.

. ,, Phone EA 5-9166 power" to control these insects. Geigy Agricultural Chemicals

JOHNSTON'S I I Repaired Furnltu',&Upholstering Refinished Diazinon is particularly valuable Division of Geigy Chemical Cor-

Mattresses & Box Springs because it controls even those insects poration,Ardsley,New York. {
FLAGLER BEACH REALTY CO. Made Order, Also Renovated ]
TO that have become resistant to
LOTS, HOMES, OCEAN FRONT, I Call Laura Morris 437-3233 other insecticides. Geigy
. WATER FRONT, FARMS,
After 6:00 P. M. CREATORS Of CHCMICAL fOR UOOCIN AGKICUUUIC
fact the insecticide
ACREAGESee In Diazinon is only -
PRICES REASONABLE DiazinonPAGE
us for your real estate need BUDGET PLAN IF NEEDED. you need to fight most

1 Office Phone lIE 9.2242 Just as near as your
Residence Phones ID 7.3691 Phone or Post Office I
I Drop Us A Card or Call I
ID 7.3517:
or
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Menendez FiestaIn the Hudson of the New York Cen for his toy cars in novelty stores. I =_; --- I
With increasing demand, he setup I Ii
tral.Model i Clir JKlanlrr! ulrtbuitrHINNKLL PETERSON TEXACO
St. train exhibits are a a model manufacturing company i I
Augustine
surefire hit wherever they ap and gave it his middle FLORIDA i I SERVICE
I
Bringing Gaiety"Fiesta" pear. When model trains were name. The word "Lionel" became :II' ROAD SERVICE ,
featured at the American pavilion synonomous with model I MRS. M B. FULLER EditornUII&Dn'.d Light Mechanic.' Work
is the magic cry for in an international fair trains, and the company was t all I Phone 437.3441 Junnell
St. Augustine, complete with a at Djakarta several years ago, considered nearly on a par with I Legal newspaper Advertising( -.a.a= &.a_. -.-- -- _=
colorful procession, sword fight- crows of Idonesians "were para- Santa Claus and his North Pole I I' -- -
ing exhibitions, the official lyzed with fascination," the New workshop. I'rah.red11: second class matter O. F. ALPORD
opening of the "Calle Real," and York Times reported. The news I IBaltimore's Kebiuury 6. 1913 at the postuiliee -
sharp tongued I I ; at Dunnell. Florida, under
many surprises, as this nation's paper commented, "There is, aft journalist II. L. Mencken didn't Ail vt March 3, 1878 III Registered
oldest city observes the Fiestade er all, some true communion i I, 'Real Estate BrokerBunnell
the human write kindly about many things, One year ....................$.."'..1I / Ii
Menendez, February 12. among family. but he did write with affection !I I !Six! month..._............l.l.1 Florida
Honoring the city's founder, At the New York's World Fair, of model railroading. During his

Pedro Menendez de Aviles, on I recently closed, the largest boyhood, small lamps of wood I -.-. --- ---- ---- -- --
the occasion of his 447th birthday i scale model railroad display ever alcohol furnished the fuel for .
and presented under the constructed boasted three brightly painted steam locomotives -'
'I PHONEKelley's
auspices of the 400th anniversary I miles of track and some 1,000 that were by no means 1
Inc., observances for this pieces of miniature rolling stock, I fireproof. He said burning paint I
February fiesta begin early Saturday i including 40 locomotives of and alcohol were Christmas Fuel OilCLEAN
morning, February 12th I ery description.The eV-j l, smells in old Baltimore. 'I
with a solemn 8 o'clock mass at father of American model "Fathers ran the engines then
the Mission of Nombre de Dios. railroading was Joshua Lionel just as they do today." Mencken j BURNINGIANDAR
This is the site where Menendezand I Cowen. Around the turn of the reminisced. "They'd light up I
his band landed over 400 j I century, while using dry-cell the lamps and after a while I
years ago and founded the batteries and lights to ilumi- (the steam locomotive) would
tlement of St. Augustine on set-I' nate artificial flowers for a commercial start singing Then if it didn't
tember 8, 1565.Scheduled display, he began tinkering explode, off it would go." ,
for 1 o'clock that with the batteries and
afternoon is the official openingof produced a small, electrically I III
the north St. George Street driven car. Soon he produced a
PRODUCTS
restoration area, the "Calle small fiat car which ran aroundon
Real," as members of the St. a track devised from brass I II RENEW DRIVER'S YOUR DIESEL -:- KEROSENEHOME
Augustine Historical Restorationand strips mounted on wooden tiles. LICENSEmil II
Preservation Commission, I Santa Clou's Right Arm DURING DELIVERY COMMERCIAL ACCOUNTS
officials from the City of St. Augustine j I Mr. Cowen found an outlet I 1 I BIRTH MONTH. I Phone 437.7172 Bunnell, Florida
and invited guests con
duct a brief ceremony. Then, at I
1:30: St. George Street will beI I
thrown open for a colorful pro i
cession complete with costumed
natives, sword fighters, prancing I
horses, Spanish dancers and ,
grotesque figures imported from [

Spain. |f
As an added highlight, Astu- :
rias, Spain, the land of Menen j
dez, will be the subject of a
I
feature film shown from 8 a. m.
until 5:30: p. m., February 12, at !
the Chamber of Commerce Visitors
Information Center. This
film is being provided for the
Fiesta de Menendez courtesy of I
the Spanish National Tourist j
Office, St. Augustine.
I

Model Train I

Hobby In Jet AgeThe :

age of steam railroading I si

will never pass-as long as there I lry '
are fathers and Christmas. I
Despite the supremacy of jet I
planes in actual travel, the mod.
el locomotive holds its own
beneath the Christmas tree. The I
outlay for ready-to-run trains
and equipment has risen to per I
haps $30 million a year in the
United States. The National
Model Railroad Association numbers
14,000 highly skilled hob
byists who make their own scale
,
models. ,

Today's youngsters tend to buy .
diesels; they've never seen a >
magnificent old iron horse can-
nonballing down the track. But
the piece de resistance in any 4 j?

grown-up's switch yard is the PAA
steam locomotive. The whistle -
wails for crossings, and the
stack puffs smoke. The train S 4<,
speeds past tiny suburban stations
and villages, across bridgesand
through tunnels, snaking its
whiplash of freight cars among The switch is
papier-mache mountains and

valleys. to Plymouth this
Made from Real Blueprints year,
Model trains are probably the
most precise designed and real and sales are way up to prove it.
istic of all playthings. Usually
they are made from the blue Find out for yourself. See your
prints of actual trains. Manu I

facturers often give model-train Plymouth Dealer for test drive.
makers the designs of forth a .
coming equipment. A model of I
the Pennsylvania Railroad's S-2 and a good deal.
steam turbine locomotive beat
the real thing to the tracks.
But the golden era of rail See your Dealin' Man at Plymouthland
roading seems to have greater '
fascination than the present. I'URYIIEl.VIC IRIEVALIANTIIAIllRoACUOA

I Back on the 1963 market are ,enaraowtrolnrcu A W CHRYSLER wno..........uar .
three model locomotives that
were out of production for a

Morris time-the of the famed Virginia Fairbanks Line, theLGP U.S. Highway 1 South KRANTZ MOTORS I INC. BunneJlFloridaThursday

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I New York Canal Income Tax And Information About obtained Director by writing, Internal to the Revenue District labeled containers, where children .
or pets cannot reach them.
Residence Sale Pensions AnnuitiesDo Service. Do
not place them near food
140th Year
Ending or feed. Do not store them
1 Results you get a pension or am Rules un
\ Explained annuity? Pension and annuity Safety der the sink, In the pantry, or

Of OperationThe payments received by residentsof in the medicine cabinet.
If you sold your home, the tax Florida during 1965 fall into For PesticidesThe
gain realized from the Always leave pesticides in their
on
any one of these three classes for
cry "Low Bridge, every first rule of safety in use-
in sale is postponed if certain tests Federal income tax : original containers. Be sure the
body down! still echoes purposes Ing any pesticide is to read and
memory along New York's famed are met, said F. S. Schmidt, district non-taxable, fully taxable, or follow( the direction and precautions labels remain on them. If a
director of Internal Revenuefor
the Internal Rev
taxable
canals. Florida. partly on the container label. pesticide is marked "POISON," It
enue Service said today. Read the directions each time
will have antidote
an statementon
of the "can-
The day
golden Further if you are 65 years of you use a pestcide. Don't de.
Pensions that tax free and
awalers" has passed, but the old are the label. Be sure to read It.
or older, may be ableto pend on your cautions
Erie-turned-Barge Canal remainsa age you need not be reported on federal memory In case of accident, take con
sell your home tax-free. John( Strayer, entomologist, Flor
vital force in the life of upstate returns, include Social Security ida tainer with you when seeking
New York. The Revenue Service added payments, Railroad RetirementAct Agricultural Extension Serv- medical assistance.Do .
pensions, pensions to vet. ice. Many pesticide manufacturers
that if within the 2-year period
The great flat barges still commencing 1 before and erans, and family benefits and I Include leaflets of instructions not save or reuse empty
year
tons of each. with their products. Care. containers. Rinse glass metal
push 3,800,000 cargo ending 1 year after the sale, you disability retirement pay of mil I or
year, and some companies are buy and occupy another residence itary personnel retired on disability fully read these also. containers with water and dispose
with new Jumbo Store pesticides In closed, well of them
experimenting the gain Is not taxed at resulting from active I properly.
craft that will carry bigger pay. service. .
the time -of sale if the cost of ---------- --- -
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loads. There has been a tre the new residence equals or exceeds Payments received by a retired I BUNNELL HIGH SCHOOL
Increase in the use of
mendous
the adjusted sale price of employee from a pension plan
the 527-mile canal system by the old residence. You are al. provided by his employer, with BASKETBALL SCHEDULE 1965. 66

pleasure craft lowed additional time if you out cost to the employee, are I Jan. 28 ..................Friday Florida Military ........Home
The Barge Canal closed for construct a new residence or if fully taxable. Feb. 1 ................Tuesday Crescent City ............Away
the winter December 5, endingthe 1 I you were on active duty in the If you, purchased an annuity, Feb. 4 ....................Friday Hillard ........................Away
140th season of operation. U.S. armed forces after you or if you retired under a plan 1 I I Feb. 5 ...............Saturday St. Augustine ............Away
Biggest Building Project I, sold the residence.For financed jointly by you and your l Feb. 8 ................Tuesday Florida D & B...........Home
The building of the original' those 65 years of age or employer, part of the payments I r Fe\>. 11 ..................Friday Callahan ...................Away
\ Erie Canal in the early 19th older, if you sold or exchangedyour received by ou will be taxed. Feb. 15 ..............Tuesday Hastings .....................Home
century from north of Albany principal residence you The computation of the taxable I Feb. 18 ..................Friday Baldwin .....................Away
westward to Buffalo was the may generally elect to exclude portion Is based on a formula I
biggest construction project ev from your gross Income part or which permits the recovery of I'
I er undertaken in the young all of the gain on the sale or your cost tax-free. CRAIG FUNERAL HOME
t United States, the National Geographic exchange if (1) you were 65 If you contributed a part of I
Society says. There years of age or older before the the cost of your pension or annuity 1 A. H. CRAIG Funeral Director
were no other huge public works date of the sale or exchangeand and will recover your entire
t to go by, so New Yorkers In. (2) you owned and used cost within three years after -I I I JOHN CAPO Manager
vented tools and construction the property sold or exchangedas retirement, you report 'nothing AIR OXYGEN
methods. Stone locks were erect. your principal residence fora ', as income until you recover ,I I vONDmONEDCHAPEL LADY
I EQUIPPED
ed to take the canal over rug. period (whether continuous or your cost. After that, all amounts ATTENDANT I
ged terrain and rivers in the Interrupted) of time totaling at received are fully taxable. AMBULANCES
Mohawk and Genesee Valleys. least 5 years within the 8-year Document No. 5018, which
Phone ID 7.3532
Irish immigrants, fresh from period ending on the date of furnishes more detailed information
peat bogs and eager to take ad. such sale or exchange. on this subject, may be 201 E. MOODY BLVD. BUNNELL FLORIDA
vantage of the incredible 85- I
cents-a-day wage paid on the
: canal, swung picks and trundled .
wheelbarrows. (It was said that Don't order a big cube VBDon't
the easiest way to pick a fightin
any lockside tavern in upstate .
order a floor-mounted shift
New York was to disparage -
any county in Ireland.)

Cannons poised from Buffalo Don't order special flat-cornering suspension --
across the State and all the

New way York down City the heralded Hudson River the ca to Don't order sporty re -stripe tires

nal's opening In beautiful au
tumn weather in October, 1825.
Soon the Erie's shining ribbon All that's standard to begin with:

monopolized all transportationfrom

the sea to the" Great old-timer Lakes. on a Chevelle] SS 396
"In them days, an
has said, "instead of running off
to join the Foreign Legion, boys
got jobs as drivers on the ca
nal."

Cities Sprang Up
Packets ferried tens of thou
sands of settlers toward virgin
lands in the west. Barges glided
eastward with bountiful har

vests--wheat, potatoes, apples.
Cities sprang up along the tow-
paths. Before railroads ended
traffic Jams on the canal (bar 1
11
ges were fined for exceeding
lour mils an hour), the Erie
had fufilled George Washing.
ton's phophecy that New York
State would become the "seatof 1
Empire."
The old Erie was widened or --- -

improved and in some places .-.3 = ---
relocated beginning In 1903. Renamed
the Barge Canal, it was
incorporated into the modern
State Barge Canal System with
------- -
the Champlain, Oswego, and

Cayuga-Seneca Canals. :::
The prosperity of the New


been York in imperiled waterways transport-first by has somethingnew the always railroads 1F I W@ @ THE CHEVROLET WAY


then truck laden modern The Standard engine in both the Chevelle SS convertible firm-riding, flat-cornering suspension and wide base
highways, the great New York. and hardtop is a 396-cubic-inch Turbo-Jet Y8 with 325 hp. wheels with red.stripeDylon tires.

Thruway, the St.the Lawrence oil pipelines.Seaway The standard transmission is a fully synchronized 3-speed Is this the kind of no-compromise road machine you're
and
Until, recently now petroleum products with floor-mounted stick shift. (Yes, you can order a looking for? Drop into your dealer's and point an SS black
o were the chief commodity 4-speed or Powerglide. Strato-bucket front seats and congrille toward an open stretch of highway. You'll find out
eolc too. And the SS 396 chassis
carried on canal barges. But ) comes complete withquick..

with the present decline in oil All kladft of cars, all In one plaee...at your Chevrolet dealer's Chevrolet Chevelle Chevy n Corvalr Corvette m

cargoes, canal authorities say, ----..-.-.-...-.-.........-...........-....................................--......................-...........................................-
there has been a rise in chemicals :
and sugar. MISS
So is not a factor
long as speed
\ the slow moving barges can HALL-TUMLIN CHEVROLET COMPANY 1
still carry huge, heavy cargoes
more cheaply than trucks or
trains. 200 S. STATE BUNNELL, FLORIDA PHONE 437.3131




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