The Flagler tribune
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Title: The Flagler tribune
Physical Description: Newspaper
Language: English
Publisher: s.n.
Place of Publication: Bunnell Fla
Creation Date: February 10, 1966
Publication Date: -1981
Frequency: weekly
Subjects / Keywords: Newspapers -- Bunnell (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Flagler County (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Genre: newspaper   ( marcgt )
newspaper   ( sobekcm )
Spatial Coverage: United States -- Florida -- Flagler -- Bunnell
Coordinates: 29.4675 x -81.256944 ( Place of Publication )
Dates or Sequential Designation: Began in 1917?
Dates or Sequential Designation: -69th year, no. 36 (Sept. 3, 1981).
General Note: Mrs. M.B. Fuller, editor.
General Note: Description based on: Vol. 43, no. 20 (June 2, 1955).
Funding: Funded by NEH in support of the National Digital Newspaper Project (NDNP), NEH Award Number: PJ-50006-05
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Source Institution: University of Florida
Holding Location: University of Florida
Rights Management: All rights reserved. Board of Trustees of the University of Florida
Resource Identifier: aleph - 001024369
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 Related Items
Preceded by: St. Johns tribune
Succeeded by: Palm Coast news
Succeeded by: Flagler/Palm Coast news-tribune

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School Board SOCIAL SECURITYREPRESENTATIVE Conservation New Flagler Signals Beach For Water Softner

Pay Boost For HERE TWO DAYSFred I I Group Sponsors Alarm Flagler System Beach new alarm system Equipment Bids

Shaw, field representative signals are given below in Asked
Contest By CityThe
Teacher GroupThe of the Social Security District Speaker. ,I order to acquaint the citizens

office in Daytona Beach, The Flagler Soil and Water with the new system: City of Bunnell is askingfor

school board has approved said today he plans to spend two Conservation District held Its Fire-Warble for 3 minutes. bids in this issue of The Tribune

a $250 raise to the teach days each month here at the monthly meeting Tuesday Alert-Steady blast (no warble for the new water softening .
regular I
ers of the county. Bunnell city hall. in the courthouse. ). and treatment plant whichis

Fifty dollars was approved In Mr. Shaw said the demand is i Take Cover-No warble-sound to be installed on the present

September and the $200 was ape so great he plans to spend the Present at the meeting were: increases then decreases.All water plant sIte.Construction .

proved In December. This will I morning of February 22 at the A. B. Johnston, chairman; W. W. Clear-Steady blast. was begun this

be a part of the salary schedule office from 9 A.M. to 12 noon. Deen and J. B. Pellicer. Also at week on the building which will

for the year, bringing the beginning the meetingfl were County Agent I
I JUNIOR STUDENTSTO house the softening and treatment
teacher salary up to Don Jordan and Work Unit Conservationist I
Much of the
Mrs. Ellen Lee T. W. Robinson. RECEIVE NMSAT
$4,500 a year.
labor on the building will be
This money is to be paid out The supervisors agreed to HERE MARCH FIRST .
done by city employees.The
Died in
of the delayed Florida East Coast Tuesday sponsor a soil and water conservation Bunnell High School will administer commission is also asking .

Railroad taxes which were recently speaking contest for the National MerIt for bids on a new fogging

received. The balance of Bunnell HospitalMrs. high school students with prize: Scholarship Qualifying Tes machine with the old machineto

the tax money has been placed Ellen Lee of Bunnell, of $15, $10 and $5 for first, second (NMSQT) to about 44 Juniors at be used as a trade-in on the

in a construction fund to be used. widow of the late William J J. and third place winners. The 9 a. m. Tuesday, March 1, Ben new machine.

to build a new library and administration winner of the local contest wil
Lee, died at the Bunnell Genera ton F. Clifton, Jr., principal, an

building at Bunnell Hospital Tuesday morning following be eligible to compete in the nounced today. The NMSQT, i a Howard

High School.At an illness of long dura area contest which will be held two and one-half hour test of: WisehauptWill

the Tuesday meeing, the< tion. She was 85 years of age. in Green Cove Springs on Apr educational development, is the

board employed Mrs. William H. Mrs. Lee was a native of 21.The first step in the twelfth annual Speak To

Nixon as instructor for the adult board also passed a resolution competition for four-year Merit
Smoak, S. C., and moved to Bun.
education class in Bunnell. Also nell from St. Augustine in 1916. o honoring past supervisors: 'Scholarships. Students who wish Crown CouncilThe

emmployed Ophelia Jackson She was a member of the First Alfred Tucker and Raymon Tuck. to be considered for the Merit third quarterly meeting of

Perry for Carver High teacher, re Methodist Church of Bunnell and er. These two former supervisors Scholarships to be awarded in I
the Florida Crown Council Chamber
placing Essie Mae Giddens who ; I will be presented a Certificate of 1967 must take the NMSQT onthis j
was a Gold Star Mother. ;
of Commerce will be held in
is on leave. I Appreciation at a later date. I date.
Survivors include two daugh of
FernandIna Beach Chamber
Approved Kent Holland as : All students' will be .
ters, Mrs. Fred Geller of Bun scores reported
junior college bus driver, effective I to their schools before Commerce on February 17.
nell and Mrs. Ben Davis of Fort Basketball TourneyIn Howard Wisehaupt of Flagler

January 15. Lauderdale; a son, Ed Lee of May 15, together with interpretive
Beach, Dean of Salesmanship,
Bunnell; two sisters, Mrs. Ibbie St. Cloud On and guidance materials for
will be the luncheon speaker.The
Polish Sausage Drummonds and Miss Sennlc I schools and students. About 14,-
Chamber has also arrangeda
Goodwin, both of St. Augustine.Also 2526In 000 Semifinalists, the highest
February tour of the Container Corporation *
Set For surviving are 12 grandchildren scorers in each state, will be
Fiber Box Plant during the
and 14 great-grandchil the tournament meeting in announced publicly on Septem

February 19 dren. I,. the week of January 27, it was ber 22, 1966. The names of Semifinalists meeting.

Funeral services will be held voted two to one to recommendto will be sent to collegesand Several from Flagler Beach

from,the First Methodist Churchof the Florida Activity Association organizations offering financial and Bunnell are planning to at
Another of the popular Polish
Bunnell at 3 o'clock Thursday that the Class B Group's basketball aid to undergraduates.. In tend.
Sausage Suppers will be held at
afternoon (today). tournament be held at October approximately 38,000
the White Eagle in Korona February
Rev. Oliver Taylor, pastor of St. Cloud. The teams entered in students who score just below )
19. The affair Is sponsoredby
the Korona Civic Club and the church, will officiate. Interment the tournament are: Bunnell, I the level required of Semifinalists George Moody Sr.

will follow at the Espanola Oviedo, St. Cloud, and Father will receive Letters of Com
the are used for civic
proceeds ITo Be Honored At
mendation for their high
projects as well as county wide Cemetery. Lopez. Lopez was not present at per.
Pallbeares will be Coy G. Harris the meeting.The formance, although they will not

projects.The club. is working on the II M. B. McDaniel, Shelton admission price will be be eligible to compete for Merit Openhouse SundayGeorge

Barber, Ernest Taylor, D. C. Scholarships.Each .
75c for students and $1.25 for
beautulficatlon of the St. Mary'sCemetery Moody, Sr. will be hon
Johnston, and George Clegg. adults. Semifinalist will be re. I
in Korona, and other ored at Openhouse Sunday aft.
The body will be at the quired to substantiate his
Cloud went to the state
civic projects. Last year they contributed I St. ernoon, February 13, at the
church from 1:30 until the funeral last Oviedo NMSQT performance on a secnd -
amounts to tournament year.
substantial home of Mr. and Mrs. George
hour. Garcia Funeral Homein > examination and submit cer-
the Bunnell School Band Fund, was state runner up last year. Moody, Jr., 504 Moody Boulevard,
St. Augustine is in charge of Lain biographical information inorder
the Scholarship Foundation Fund Flagler Beach. Calling hours
arrangements. to become a Finalist in the
for the county, and the Washing. Minnie England vill be from 3 to 5 P. M.
competition. Only Finalists are
ton Band trip. Mr. and Mrs. George Moody,
LIVESTOCK eligible to be considered for the
Serving time will be from 6:30: Funeral Service Fr., and Mr. and Mrs. M. B. Ful-
CLUB MEETINGThe MerIt Scholarships financed by
to 9 p. m. ler will be hosts for the oc-
Livestock Club will IMSC* and Every Final-
Youth sponsors.
asion.: All friends and family
hold its third meeting of the'ear Held SaturdayMrs. 1st will be awarded a Certificate
DR. PAUL EDRIS ire invited to call.
t this Thursday night at 7:30 of Merit for his outstanding perbrmance .
Millie Lee England of
SPEAKS TO LIONS p. m. in the courtroom of the in the 1966-67 Merit
Flagler Beach died February 3at SENIOR CITIZENS
Twenty-eight members of the Courthouse.A 'rogram.
the Bunnell General Hospital,
Bunnell Lions Club were present very interesting program is 'following a short illness. She Finalists who wil Merit Schol WILL MEET TUESDAYThe

and goals for the irships will be selected on the
Tuesday to hear guest speakerDr. planned year
vas 82 of meeting of the Flagler
years age.
Paul Edris. trill be discussed. All members basIs of school records and recimmendations .
Mrs. England came to Flagler Senior Citizens Club will be held
County Agent Don Jordan was and prospective members are test scores, extra-
leach in 1919 from Jefferson Tuesday evening, February 15,
approved as a new member of urged to attend. urricular: activities, leadership .
Hall of the Muilcipal
bounty, Florida, and has resided in Community
the club by the directors. Several members comprising ibility, and accomplishments Beach.
here since that time. She was a Building, Flagler
the Club Program Committee met outside the classroom. The
nember of the First Baptist There will be a potluck supper
MILDRED NYLAND |Iin the County Agent's office Church of Flagler Beach. awards range from $100 to $1500 starting at 6 o'clock. Membersare
Tuesday afternoon to make plans I according to the stu
per year
DIES MONDAY | Survivors Include her husband,, asked to bring a covered dish
for future club programs. Main dent's need. About three-fourths .
MORNINGMrs. Jack England, Flagler Beach;: or dessert, and table service. Coffee
emphasis of this meeting was to of the 2001( Merit Scholarships
furnished the club.
five sons, Rufus Miller and will be by
Mildred Nyland of Dupont select programs, both education. James Miller, Flagler Beach; B. awarded in 1965 were sponsoredby When welcoming visitors at the

died Monday morning at the al and entertaining, for the corporations, foundations, Chairman Lynn
T. Miller of Revere Beach, and last meeting,
Bunnell General Hospital following members and at the same time L. T. and Wesley of Marathon. colleges, associations, unions, Clary pointed out that the an

a lingering illness. She entered assign members to be responsible Also surviving are 13 grandchild. trusts or Individuals. nual dues are only $1.00 per person .

the hospital on Sunday for each different program. which makes membership In
and 11 grandchildren.
afternoon.Mrs. Newly elected President Betty ren Funeral services were held at VEGETABLE FIELD the club attractive even for wInter *

: Nyland came to Bunnell Lynn Bourne will preside at all 2 m. Saturday afternoon from DAY FEBRUARY 15 residents who may be here

30 ago from Paterson, N. J. meetings this year.PASTFUTURE. p. few weeks months
years the Flagler Beach Baptist Church Plans are complete for the Annual for only a or

She was 64 years of age. with the pastor, Rev. Max Hall, Vegetable Field Day held during the year. Rev. E. Lester

Survivors are a brother, Jack NIGHT Stanton, past chairman, reportedthat
officiating. lie was assisted by by the Central Florida Experiment
Close of Ramsey, N. J.; three OBSERVED BY Rev. Shelton Brooks. Interment Station, Sanford. It will be the Flagler Beach City Com

nieces, Frances Weatherington of FLAGLER BEACH PTA held Tuesday, February 15th, at mission had ordered additional
followed at Hope Cemetery.
Bunnell, Naomi Hoffman of: The Flagler Beach Parent. tables and chairs for the city'srecreation
and vegetable
Active pallbearers were p.
Jacksonville, and Jackie Close of : Teacher Association celebratedFounder's room, which will alleviate
the Flagler
Moody, Jr., Stanley Germack, growers throughout
Ramsey, N. J.; one nephew, Stan Day last Wednesday to attend. the shortage in seating
I urged
Frank Williams, William Tid- County area are
ley Deen of West Palm Beach. evening by presenting each of well, Walter Burns and Ward New Information will be discussed capacity. The club has 94 mem
held their past presidents with a
Graveside were bers and attendance Is heaviest
variety trials, Insects,
Martin. Honorary bearers were on
at 2 o'clock small ceramic vase of artificial .
at Hope Cemetery during the winter season.It
disease and nematode control
Sr. Herman Hunt,
George Moody, ,
Wednesday afternoon with Rev. flowers. Mrs. Robert McDaniel,
Bar herbicides, vegetable breeding,
Howard Wlsehaupt Henry
Shelton Brooks officiating. president, also gave a brief summary takes one farm worker to
and nutrition.
under the of the National P.T.A/S beginning dltzky and Walter Green. new crops plant
Arrangements were food of
the requirements
Funeral Home of Bunnell Those who plan to attend produce
local P.T.A.'s begin.
direction of Craig Funeral Homeof our
27 people.
contact the County Agent.
Bunnell. (Continued on page 10) were in charge arrangements.

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The dairy cow is part of a Subscribe to The Hagler Tribune the Public Records of referred FlAgler Subscribe for The Flagler Tribun
Federal Taxes County. Florida Bearing
170 cow herd located at the I $2.50 A Year IF Advance (I to the True Meridian and parcel 1 $153 4 Year In Advance

Dairy Research Unit, Hauge, -.-- ----- -..- I containing THE 2761 FOLLOWING acres : Prop- ----

Outpace State'sIncome north of galnesville. iv THE CIIUTIT totHT OKKLAt.LKK I ei tv, described I on the following> IV THE lIUCt'IT fOt'UT OK THIJ-
COUNTY, FLORIDA corded conveyances on the 1 UD- "";, i\TII JUDICIAL
I ClKCLir.
The milk produced by the IN ('IIAVCKIIY No. S222 llc Records of Flagler County, ix'A J) FOR KLAOLKH COIA-

FiguresFederal JOSEPH 1'. SLODYSKO. I I Florida' : 'FLORIDA.. LAW NO. 0.17
stations herd is used to supplythe Deed
Plaintiff O.lt. Book 1. Page 348; STATE ROAD DEPARTMENT

needs of more than 16,000 vs. | Hook 56 Page 349.! : Deed Book 58. OF "FLORIDA an Agency of
tax collections In FlorIda VERONICA IJELORES SLODYSKO. Page> 6U8.; Deed Hook 86, Page Book 273. the State of Florida, I
students at the University of Defendant I I Deed Book 5h. Pnge 266 OR I,

have been growing at a faster i Florida. NOTICE TO I IKKVI 9 Page 234: Deed Book 58. Pagf FLAGLER COUNTY a Political I

incomeof THE STATE OK FLORIDA TO: 271' Deed Book 58 Page 275: OR Subdivision of the State
rate than has personal of i
VERONICA DELORES Hook 6, Page 417: OR Book 5. Florida, Ii

Floridians during the past ten SLODYSKO OR Book 1. Page 622.OR Petitioners
.t'O k 13: Page 198: Deed ,
The two million surviving veterans 1804 East Tusculm Street v.
years, a trend which could be re Philadelphia, Pennsylvania | Hook 57 Page 394 : O.R. Book 2. FREDA DEEN et al,

versed by recent tax reductions, of World War I average You are hereby notified that a Page 507.: Deed Book 57. Page 423! Defendants
the suit has been filed against In 4 to: : Deed Book 57. Pane SUMMONS TO
to you SHOW
of according CAUSE
years Deed
the Florida State Chamber of the above entitled cause, and you Deed Book 57. Page : AND
Veterans Administration.An hereby required to file Book 58, Page 21, Deed Book 57. NOTICE OF HEARINGItOrilU
Commerce pointed out in Its are your Page 2b3.; OR Book 1. Page 401.
answer with the Clerk of this Court 01< IJMIVKVT DOMAIN
OR Book 3, Page 61 Book
Weekly Business Review released. and thereof ;okO.IJ PROCEEDINGS: !
to serve a copy upon 5, Page 485* : ().it. l : Puge
yesterday. the plaintiff or plaintiff attorney, 325, O. R. Book 8, Page 5, O. R. IN THE NAME AND BY THE
whose name and address Is: AUTHORITY OF THE STATE OF
Book b.
427 "
Hook 13. Page
act of the Florida legislature SAMUEL V. HOLCH ;kUi. FLORIDA
"During the ten fiscal years, Page 457.: OR Page 42:; ,
!I in 1861 limited farm 110 North Third Street I'Hge 192.; OR Book TU ALL WHOM IT :MAY CONCERN -
1965 federal tax every Palatka. Florida 32077 .Hiaok15k and to all
1955 through 8. ; OR Book b.: Page persons and par
collections in Florida increased to an acre of cotton or one quarter not later than March 7th, A. D., 236.: OR Book 11, Page 449: all ties claiming or having any right,
I 1966. being the Public Records of Flag title Interest, estate mortgage or
155 per cent while personal income of an acre of tobacco. It you fall to do so, decree pro ler County Florida other lien to or on those certain
confesso will be entered againstyou of
parcels land hereinafter described.
Amount of Special Assessment

moved up 142 per cent. Nationally a _____ for the relief demanded in the ......................................2121.84 and the following persons,
linn K!'IT FOIL HID. bill of complaint. The nature of together with all unknown persons
the difference Sealed bids will be received In the said suit being for divorce. I'AKCKL MMI1KH TWO claiming by, through or under

and income increases was I office of the City Clerk of the City WITNESS my hand and seal of Being a part of the North Halt known persona who are dead or
of Bunntll, Florida, In the Civic said Court this 1st day of February, I of the Northwest Quarter of Section who are not known to be dead or
negligible, 73 and 72 per cent Center Building, on or before 4:30p A. D. 1966.Official 12, Township 12 South, Range a live:

m. on the 7th day of March ( Seal: ) E. A. SMYTHE :31 East, and more particularly SECTION 73505-2601/ STATE ROAD
respectively."Total 1966, for one (1) new Thermal Aero- Clerk of said Circuit Court described as follows: S-302 FLAGLER COUNTY
internal revenue collections I sol Fog Generator with the following By Julia R. Harvey Beginning at the point where the NAMES AND ADDRESSES
i specifications: Deputy Clerk. North line of said Section 12 intersects Marjorie M. Bridwell
in Florida during the fiscal 1. Generator shall be capable of Feb. 3.10.17-24-4tc the Easterly boundary of 4i>3 Patterson Avenue S. E.

1964.65 came to $1375,000- I usable I fog: output of from the 500 foot right-of-way of the Atlanta Georgia
year gallons to 120 gallons per ou2 IN TUB rillCLIT COfKT. Ei'KVTII I Florida Intracoastal Waterway, according SILL NO. 100.1

000. This sum was made up of 2. Generator shall be compact unit oJ I'DHIAI. CIRCUIT, IV to plat t'60:2E'eI1..u Plat Harold F. Landeen
of the Blower-Heater type pow- ANn FOB KLAGLKH OUVTY., Book 4, at Page Capitol Drug Store
$1,364,000,000 paid by Individuals ered by Brlgga & Stratton engine FLORIDA IN CHAVIEHY CASE! Records of Flagler County, Florida 121 North Main Street

in income and employmenttaxes equipped with a 12-volt NO. B2I7STANLEY as u point of reference and Sheridan, Wyoming
starter generator. J. KROSS running thence South 1536'14" SIt NO. 101.1, 101.2
a 158 per cent jump in ten 3. Blower shall have capacity at Plaintiff, East, along the said Easterly Hazel E. Landeen

least 225 C.F.M at 2 1'.S.I. pres .v right-of-way boundary a distanceof Capitol Drug Store
years. Corporations paid $307- sure. VIRGINIA M. KROSS. 11243: feet; thence North 88*48' 121 North Main Street

000,000 125 cent. Excise 4. Heater shall be air jacketed. Defendant. 06" East, a distance of 2-12.96 feet Sheridan.Vyomlng
up 5. Fog nozzle shall be with special NOTICE TO Al'I'KAHTHE to the point of beginning of this I SILO NO 101.1, 101.2
taxes, a mounting to $204,000- "no drip" feature regardless of STATE OF FLORIDA TO: description I thence continuing I I SECTION 73505-2601 STATE ROAD
output. VIRGINIA M. KROSS, North 86M8'06" East, a distance of S-302 FLAGLER COUNTY
000 were almost three times the 6. Heater and engine fueled by c/o Max Newhouae 80.0 feet: thence South 3'11'54 DESCRIPTION

1954-55 total. It is the reductionin LP. Gas. 1 109 South Eureka Avenue East a distance of 160.0 feet to SRD NO 100,1 RIGHT OF WAY
7. Formulation metered by orifice Columbus, Ohio. the Northerly boundary of PalmCircle That part of:
these taxes which could type system with discs for all You are hereby notified that a thence South 86*48'06" West The SEVi

in the standard settings from 20 gallons suit for divorce has been filed along said Northerly boundary a of s lJtnot7thTO hlp I I 12eSouth
change the relationship to 120 gallons per hour against you in the above entitled distance of 80.0 feet, thence North Range 30 being

rates of growth of tax collectionsand output. cause and you are hereby required ,. 3MP54 West, a distance of 160.t1 Block 14, .asJoh Tract 3.
8. Heater fuel system and formulation to serve upon Plaintiff's Attorney, feet to the point of beginning of Company Subdivision Development
personal income in the state, system controlled by 12- whose name and address appear 1 this description. Bearings are referred Plat Book 1, page 7 according to
I volt DC machined solenoid hereon your written defense, If to the True Meridian and of Flagler rlOrldaleEX(
in income tax County
barring change valves. any, to the Bill of Complaint in parcel contains 0.293: acres. I CEPT fifteen ;
few I said suit, on or before the 19th Amount of Special Assessment feet being reserved
rates during the next years. 9. Machine equipped with all the on each Section
I necessary instruments including day of February, 1966, else decree ..........................................$16000I'AIUKL I line fur public and halt Section
"The personal income of Floridians pressure gauges thermocoupleand pro confesso will be entered against NCMDElt TIIIIKKBeginning1 lying 1 (A)) North highway of l within S)50;

to pyrometer. you. at a point 40 feet feet of the
from all sources came WITNESS survey line of State
10. Unit to be mounted in Bunnell my hand and seal of North and 25 feet West of the Road S-302: Section 73505
$12.8 billion in 1964, the latest 11. Unit presently being used by said, Court 1966. this 18th day of January Southeast corner of the North I Survey Station 139-1-00; (,B West) North of
the City of Bunnell to be tradedIn Half of Tract 10 of said
figure available, compared with (SEAL) E A. SMYTHE ; running' North Survey Line, East of Bald
against the purchase price of 58 feet thence West 214 feet thence Station 139-1-00 and South
$5.3 billion in 1954." the new unit. Clerk of said Court South 58 feet thence East 214 feet to t'r.f tl Right of Way of
By Julia R State
The City Commissioners Harvey the of Road,
reserve point beginning In the North 100. said Survey line
the right to reject any and all bids W L. WADSWORTHI' Deputy Clerk Half of Tract 10. Block D, Section 11, said Survey Station being located and

and to accept the bid that In Its O. Box 896Bunnell. !! I Township 12 South: Range 31 East! I and described as follows:
2-Year Old Jersey Judgment will be for the best interest Florida In the Bunnell Development {'cmpony's Begin on the West line of Section
of the City of Bunnell 1 10rWITla4S
Attorney for Plaintiff Allotment as per plat filed 7, Township 12 South Range
ida Jan, with the Clerk of the Circuit Court :10 East 25.21! feet
20-27 & North
: my hand and official Feb. 3104tcNO'F114 of Flagler l County Florida I Southwest of the
Record UF corner thereof
Sets at \ sml this 8th day of February A.D. Amount of Special Assessment run North 88'33'15" ; thence

1:166.: IU:4.I'iTI.n: OK KICTITIOI IVTK\TIO\NAME TO .. .... .... ................... ... .$816.01I'.tln'EL I fret to Station 139.1-00 East; 2494.02 thence
/SMartin 11 }J1c1)aniPl '
+ :
MMIliil FOLK tontine
two-year-old Jersey cow In North 88'33'15"
A I compliance with House Bill No East, 229.81
City of
Bunnell. Florida Beginning at a point 25 feet [ feet to the
1175. end
i Chapter 20953 Laws of Flor I i I of this
owned the Florida Agricultural ATTESTS : West and 214 feet survey
by ida Acts of 1941, as the North of the description,
Experiment Stations at / / Mrs Nancy C. Robert City I undersigned will register enit1i the I Southeast corner of the North Half] ]I I The land herein described
Clerk Feb 10-17-2tcII of Trait 10. Block tabs con
Clerk of the D. running West 32.800
Circuit Court In and square feet
I (751
Gainesville has set a production for Flagler County, Florida. :. 214 feet thence North 58 feet more or less acre),
upon I
Ml I ':vT FOB BIOS! thi>nce East 214 feet thence South i I I OWNED
receipt of proof of publication of BY:
record of 8,720 pounds of milk SEALED PROPOSALS/ will be received this notice the following fictitious ;58 feet to the point of beginning. i BRIDVVELLSRD MARJORIE M.i .

305 day period.An by the City Clerk, City HallCITY I: name: Jim's Auto Sales, located at In the North Half of Tract 10,
over a
OF BUNNKLL. FLORIDA, until U. H. No 1 Star Route 3 mlle southof Block D, Section 11, Township 12 NO 101.1. 101.2
announcement from the which f: m EST n3n Feb 18, 19t>6. Runnel! Florida, under which I i South Range 11 East+ In the Bun RIGHT OF WAY
at time place all bids will In the nell Dovelopmi Company's Allotment That part of
engage business of Used :
American Jersey Cattle Club, of will be publicly opened and read us per plat filed
Cars, Used Parts and Salvage' Yard i with the Rt Wty of the SB
Columbus, Ohio, said the ant aloud mechanical for furnishing certain major and that the undersigned Is the I Clerk of the Circuit Court of Flag- Section 7. Township k 12 o Soothe
components and services only person interested/ said bus It-r County, Florid+iAmount Range 30 East,
mal named Florida Tristram for a new water softening plant. inessDated. of Special I Assessment Block 14, St. being Tract 1

Specifications and other contract at Bunnell. Florida, this ... ...... ........... ........... ..$11600 Company Subdivision Johns Development
Belladonna, also produced 441 documents are on file and available 12th day of January A. D 196(5( I'tlUi. M''11I Ell KIIE Plat recorded in Plat, according to

pounds of fat. Both milk and fat for public Inspection at the officeof I JAMES'BUONO Beginning at a point 98 feet 7, public records of Book 1, page
the City Clerk City Hall. Bun Jan. 27-Feb. 3-10.17-4tc North and 25 feet West of the Florida; (EXCEPT Flagler County,
levels "far exceed" the averageof nell Florida, and at the office of Southeast corner of the North Half ing reserved on fifteen feet be

Dawkins & Urantham Inc., Engineers IV THE CIHCIIT OMIT SEV. of Tract 10, running North 58 feet Section and half each side of each
all U. S. dairy cows. 645 Rugby Street Post Office thence Section line for
1':NTIi JUDICIAL cuirtiT: OK West 214 feet, thence public highway
Box 7666 Orlando, Florida. Contract "'I.OJUU.IX AND KOll "'I..U.In South 58 feet, thence East 214 feet purposes) ;

iv nun'IT fotnr OK TIIRSKIKVTH I documents may be obtained from 4'01'VrV. l> f'IIA (''': yto the point of beginning: in the l lying Northerly of and
IJIOIAL CIRCUIT the Engineers NO. .10UCITY : North Half of Tract 10 Block D. feet and within 50
IV AM FOIL KLAI.LKIl COI'ftTY, Each bid shall be marked "PRO OF FLAGLER REACH Section 11, Township 12 South SO feet of Southerly the of and within
"'UllIn.IN (\\irilV Jio. municipal corporation existing In the Bunnell De Road S-302, c riE'r35IJ
EQUIPMENT FOR velopment said sur
8223 under the laws of the State of I Company's Allotment as vey line being described
WATER SOFTENING PLANT" on plat filed ; ; as follows
ELLA RAE CHANDLER.Tlalntiff. per with the Clerk of the Begin
Florida on the
Flagler County Flor West
the the sealed envelopeaddressed Circuit Court line of Sec
of Flagler tion 7
detgf ida I County. ,
City Clerk, and I Florida.amount. 30 East, South, Range
REX VII. CHANDLER delivered to the office thereof either Plaintiff of Special Assessmen' Southwest 25.29 feet North of the

WILLIAM Defendant by a representative of the bidder, -vsCottaln .......................... ... ... ..$11600I'lHCKL run North corner Xiereof; thence
who shall obtain a receipt therefor lands upon which feet 880JJ')5": : East, 262383: :
\OTH Ki OK MELT' : M'Mlliil IV: to the end of
or by registered mall with return cial assessments! are this survey line
IN THE NAME OF THE STATE receipt requested within the municipality IIpt'I I Beginning at a point 25 feet description.Loins .

OK FLORIDA: The City reserves the right to Flagler Roach, Florida ;West nnd 156 feet North of the 32,798 square described con-

TO: WILLIAM REX CHANDLER waive informalities In any bid. to )'[ Southf" corner ot the North Half more f et, (776 acre),
Cure MKS NET PROCTOR reject any bid In whole or in part, 'I'rn't 10. running> 'V4'lIt 214 feet, or less
514 CHUUCH STREET.LAUREN'S. with or without cause: and/or tiaccept NOTICE: thence North 58 feet thence Eallt OWNHD BHAZEL: E L.N'UBJE"T -
SOUTH CAROLINA the bid that In its judgment 2U feet thence South 58 feet 10 BEEN
You are hereby required to file will be for the best interest of the TOLL PERSONS AND COR the point of beginning: In the TO: INTEREST If
with the Clerk of this Court you r City. PORATION'S INTERESTED: IN OR North Half of Tract 10 Block D, of HAROLD F. LANDEENPLEASE any,

answer to the Hill of Complaint CITY OP BUNNELL. FLORIDA HAVING ANY LIEN OR CLAIM Section 11. Township 12 South,

filed herein against you In the s/M: B MclJl1nlt'IIayor: UPON ANY HEREIN OF: THE LANDS DESCRIBED Range 31 East: In the Bunnell Develpoment's \ ': TAKE NOTICE that a
\TT1J'f DeUaratlon
: Allotment
above entitled cause on or before : I YOU as per plat of Taking has been
of March. A. D 1966 s/Naniv C. HEREBY NOTIFIED filed with the Clerk of the Circuit riled in the above-styled
the Tth day codgers City Clerk that the CITY OF FLAGLER Court of Fltgler Countv. Florid the Petitioners cause by
and serve u copy thereof upon Lawrence Feb 10-17-2tpOTM BEACH+ has filed its bill of complaint Amount of Special\ Assessment of these, the acquiring authority -

W Horns Esq, plaintiff'snttoiney \ '13 OK I''T"1"TI0'VTO in the above named Court ..........................................$11600 the the proceedings, for
herein address lbakll"nKth
whose to foreclose delinquent de
special assessments rtlUKI. MMIU'll '
II%' OI.\I3 ('OHI'OH.VTIO "+KKLot \ tltro"ri'.pe
412 N. Halifax Avenue 1' O. Box > with interest and for the
penalties Block 2, Sunrise" purposes
Notice Beach therein
5217. I1n.tonDel1'h.. Florida 32018. Id hereby given under the upon the parcels of lAnd set Subdivision. being a subdivision wit, as described, to-
"The Fluffier Tribune" Is hereby provisions of Section 608.36, Florida forth In the following schedule North Flagler Bench l Statutes, the
designated as the newspaper in low the corporation listed be the aggregate amount of such tv. Florida, and comprising All of State Road a portion of
which this order shall be publishedonce same being Incorporated special Lot tv. andthat Flagler> Coun
under the laws of assessments. Interest! and 7. Section 15. and all of Lot Florid i,
Florida and
week for four consecutive according penalties against said respectiveparcels 1. Section ers the Petition
a 36. Township 11 South will apply
to the
weeks HEREIN FAIL NOT OR A ida Revenue record of the Flor of land. aa set forth 1 In Range 31 East, as filed: I In the of for an Order of
Commission heinolirt
JH ('HoJlo1 PRO CONFESSO WILL BEENTERED I such corporation said bill of Complaint being net lice of the Clerk of the Circuit! deems other Order the
\GA1NST YOU FOR appears delinquent for opposite such parcels in the fol court of Flagler County Honorable{ proper, before
i three (3) years or more in the fil HowellY..
; lowing schedule to-wlt In of Melton one
: Plat Book the
SUCH FAILURE 1, Page 20 Judges
ing of of
reports and the
The natur.of this suit is a bill under the payment of taxes 1'\lU'I. :M'MIIKH ONE: Public Records of Flagler 1"lorl'II1'1 of the Seventh Circuit Court
of Section Judicial
I Being; a part of the North Half Florida and for Circuit in
for divorce. h08.33, Florida Statutes, and that of Section 12 Flagler County, Florida.
Township 12 South Amount of on the
Special Assessment 24th
WITNESS my hand and seal aBunnell ( tinder. the provisions of said Section I Range 31 East and more particu ...... .......... fast. n nn day-, _!of -February. A. D.
Flagler County Florida 608 36, Florida Statutes said corporation larly described "- vV in
as follows Beginning In Addition I to the Msgler County
amounts :
set Courthouseat
this 28th day of January, A. D, has been classed sub
as at a point where. the North opposite each parcel of land in the nell, "Florida Bun-
1966. jen 10 dissolution and that sixty line of said Section 12 suit All parties to the
I \ foregoing schedule Interest and
an 1
(hfl) days after date of this parties
(Official Seal E A SMYTHEAs such publication the Easterly boundary of the 500 penalties, as provided by law, on appear and be Interested may
Clerk Circuit Court Flakier I' has corporation listed below foot right-of-way of the F'lorl Florida\ not In the meantime filed its designated' .
County Waterway
according ,
liy Julia R Harvey Deputy under reports the due and paid the taxes due to Plat recorded In Pint Rook 4 part together of with costs a proportionate and eo nadnE'et c of you are hereby:

Clerk provisions of Section at Pnge 16 of the Public Records expenses of this ufte sought Anllwn appear by filing an
I 60833, Florida
Feb 3-10.17.24-tlc to the Governor Statutes,of will the be State certified of Flagler County, Florida and to be enforced and foreclosed in n led In this sheeentitled
running thence'' South 15'36'14 this suit ('curt
of }Florida who will Issue a Proclamation East, along said Easterly rightofway You are hereby notified to appear 19611. to on show or before February 28,

at that time dissolving said boundary, distance of 103797 and make your defense to said I or \lien what right title Interest .
corporation feet to the Southerly boundary of Bill of have vou or any of you
Complaint on or before the I In and
ilijr 3Flanlrr (Tribune1IU.VNELL Delta Construction Flagler County and lock 67 as shown by Amended 19th day of February, A D. 1966. 1I 'rlbed In Mid to the and show
EngineerIng Petition
Plat of Venice ,
Park recorded In and If
you fall to do so cause why ?
on or I the
I Company, Flagler Beach Flor Plat Book 3 at Page fil of the before the said date, the bill will a same should not beset
FLORIDA ida.It I Public Record of Flagler County b.. taken as confessed by you and forth tine toes and Purposes
Is furtither
directed that a copy Florida thence Petition
: North 6727'4ft you and you will be barred from herein filed
IIRS. M B. FULLER. Editor of this notice be published one time East, along the Southerly bound thereafter contesting; said suit and \
In the Bunnell-Flagler Tribune, a rrU7t Block 67. a distance of said I respective land will of hTsNCour1)r Hrd and !day sot
newspaper published in Bunnell, {IarJ
to the Westerly boundary be sold by decree Court for January 14th
Designated Florida In which county the home of Flagler Avenue' vlVs.
newspaper for aULe..al thence non-payment of said taxes and (SEAL)
office of the as.1ItlInlt"nt ,
above listed
corporation North 22'32'14" West
along the liens
and Interest heS
AdrertUlacEntered and Clerk
Is shown to be located. Westerly boundary of Flag ler penalties thereon and the costs of for of Circuit Court, in
IN WITNESS WHEREOF. I have distance of 47213 feet this suit Flagler County Florida
hereunto set hand and Avenuel intersection I By Julia R. Harvey
aa second class matter with the North IN WITNESS WHEREOF. I have
caused the Great Seal of line of said Section 12; thence hereunto set hand Clerk
February (, 1913. at the post my and affixed WILLIAM L. WADSW&RtH
the State of Florida be '
to South 8S
office at Bunnell, Florida under 47'06' West along the the official seal of laid Court this County
Act of March 3. 1871 affixed at Tallahassee, the North line of said Section 12. a 14th day of January. A. D 1966. I P. O. Box Attorney 898 FUler County
rl 11.e'9 21st day distance of 1534.14 feet to the point (SEAL) :
January, of beginning of this description ClerkIof the Cir uit Court JAMES'J F0", | C and

O.e year ..... ..-712.14) FLORIDA REVENUE EXCEPTING HOWEVER. that Flagler County Florida Holland B-| RDSav
Six moat'1 part of Block 64 of the Amended By Julia R. Harvey Tallahassee.
/53, E. Florida
Straughn Director Plat of Venice l Park as described Deputy of

Feb. 100ltc In Deed Book 50 at Page 107 of Jan. 10-27 & Feb. 3.10-4tc Clerk Jan. 20.27 u"l do for Feb.the 3.10410PAGE Petitioner..


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instead of pie and frosted cakes. i berries alone is 15 per cent. Thisis ing fresh fruits by low-dose ion
Good Food Habits
Gardening In FloridaBy Serve plain bread and toast i I' true even with the improved I II ', izing radiations has been stud-

( Herre Sharp) instead of rolls, biscuits, doughnuts I I handling practices of today. led to some extent for nearly
Help Overweight pancakes, and waffles. But in treating fruits, the 20 years, more recent interest by
Some folks say that pedal I scientists said the reducing of the U. S. Atomic Energy Com

pushers are garments that bring Good food habits learned in spoilage "must not alter widely"the mission over the past six years
out natural beauty. So, take this childhood will help to prevent Irradiation Helps naturual quality of the fruit. has increased the total effort in
tip and begin pushing for azalea overweight problems later. Although methods of preserv this country.NOTICE .
petals if you want to adorn your Homemakers can do much to Foods
Dry j
garden with natural beauty. cut down on calories and teach i

I good eating habits, say nutritionists I
The big freeze in January may Irradiation appears to hold
have cut short the supply of I with the Florida Agri- some promise for treatment of i
cultuural Extension Service. II
petals. dry food products.
Homemakers can: I that You are hereby notified that the Tax Assessor
Therefore, plan now to displaythe i Dehydrated vegetables his assistant will be in
the various
I or present
Not buy empty calorie foods I are irradiated, re-absorb ,water I pre-
petals that did survive by cincts the and hour shown
on day below for the
such as candy, soft drinks, potato I better than non-irradiated vege ,
preventing azalea flower spot. chips. Instead they can provide I' tables. According to a Florida purpose of receiving tax returns on Real, Personaland
This beauuty-killing fungus can snacks that furnish food i Agricuultural Experiment Sta. Intangible Property, and applications for Home-
reduce magnificent display of
a al. value as well as calories-cooked !!! tions scientist, Irradiation may stead and other exemptions :
blossoms into a slimy mush ]
eggs, cheese, crackers with also show promise in
I I manufaC'1
overnight.The I' cheese or peanut butter, peanuts, tured products, such I Precinct No. Bunnell, Tax Assessor's Office, Friday Feb. '

first sign of the disease is I' fruits and vegetables, fruit I: soups, where rapid reconstitution ruary 11, 8:30 A. M. to 12 Noon.

small water-soaked the juices, ice is wanted. i
on cream.
spots :,
Precinct No. 4-A-Bunnell, Masonic Lodge, Friday, Febru.
flower petals, says Dr. R. S. Mul- Hold down the empty calories Dr. A. R. Dennison, chairman
I ary 11, 1:30 P. M. to 2:30 P. M.
lin, pathologist with the Agricultural added to food in preparation.Use i of the Food Technology and Nu- (j jI
Extension Service. Then, a seasonings and herbs instead I trition Department at Florida !I Precinct No. 2-Flagler Beach City HaIl Monday February

day later, the blossoms collapseinto of butter on vegetables. I says that when prunes were exposed j i 14 9:00 A. M. to 12 Noon.
a mass of slime. Bake, broil and boil foods instead during tests to 200 kilrads'
I Precinct No. 5-A-Parrot Village Monday. February 14.
of frying them. irradiation dehydration was cut
I 1:30 P. M. to 2:30 P. M.
You can prevent the fungus
Remove fats from meats, about 25 per cent. He added

from ravaging your blossoms I gravies, and soups before servo that irradiation could be valuable Precinct No. Espanola, County Polling Building Tue*-
of thiram
with a spray program
ing.Omit in the dehydration and day. February IS. 10:00 A. M. to 11:00 A. M.
or zineb. Begin the applications I
spray whipped cream, rich freeze-drying of foods.
when the azaleas beginto sauces, and dressings on desserts About 30 billion pounds of Precinct No. 3.A-Korona. White Eagle, Tuesday February
show color. Repeat the spray and salads. fruit are sold each year in this 15. 2:00 P. M. to 3:00 P. M.
three times a week during color Serve fruits without sugar or country. Half of this is consumedby I
Precinct No. 3-Haw Creek. Community Hall. Wednesday.
season. cream. families as a fresh product.Dr. February 16. 10:00 A. M. to 11:00 A. M.
If you are thinking about buying I Use nonfat milk in the place of Dennison points out that
some camellias, select the whole milk."Forget" there are various estimates of Precinct No. 4-St. Johns Park Community Hall. Wednes
varieties you want-while they to make desserts. Or spoilage losses resulting from decay day. February 16 2:00 P. M. to 3:00 P. M.
are in bloom. To see the flowersat make more simple desserts for In marketing fresh fruits.A .

their Sunday best, visit a I example, custards, baked apple, fair estimate of loss for straw- The Tax Laws require that you file a return on
camellia show and make a list
I Personal and Intangible Personal Property, regard-
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of the varieties that strike
your ,. less of the amount, before April 1st, and I am required ;
fancy. Then it will be easier to
to assess a ten percent penalty upon your
make mind on what to
up your
24 HourWrecker failure to do so.
buy when you visit the nursery. Service All applications for exemption must also be
Now is the time for plantingor
filed before April 1st. The Tax Assessor's Office is
Here are a few
transplanting. open from 8:30 A. M. to 12:00 Noon and 1:00 P. M.

systems pointers of to any remember.plant should The root approximate Flagler Truck & Tractor CO. possible.to 4:30 P. M. and we will be glad to assist you, if

the top in volume;

therefore, the tops of plants MASSEY-FERGUSON Respectfully,
should be reduced in most cases. Grove Farm. Industrial Equipment D. R. MOORE,

Conifers are the exception- Tax Assessor
they need not be pruned.
Owner Bunnell Florida
The bare-rooted plants are ,
hardest to make live when shifted .

to a new location. Balled and

burlapped plants usually suffer
very little in the transplantingprocess
and it is almost impossible

to have anything but a green
thumb if you transplant a shrub

from a pot or a can.
Regardless of the type of root

system you plant, be sure to set. .. \
tle these underground parts witha
soaking-good supply of water.
The planting schedule also includes
roses. When planted in
February, rose bushes will not I
sprout until after frost dangersare Apply Diazinon

past. Planted earlier, rose ,

sprouts may get nipped during for sure control of'
periods of low temperatures.Water .
newly p lanted roses at
least once per week if rainfallis soil insects in potatoesand

short and be ready to sprayor
dust to control black spot disease othervegetable
as soon as the bushes

sprout.To .
control this fungus disease crops.
that shows up as black lesionson

rose leaf margins, try one
ounce of Captan along with a

few drops of a wetting agent, in

four gallons of water. Apply the Whether you grow potatoes or other vegeYou can use either Diazinon AC500 emul-
spray at seven-day intervals table Diazinon insifiable solution in a or apply
when black is present.If crops, you can rely on spray,
you want gladioli for Easteror secticide to deliver the superior kind of soil Diazinon 14G granular with an appropriate -

Mother's Day, plant them now. insect control that definitely makes bigger spreader.and .
Plant groups of corms every two better yields possible. Since Diazinon is also effective against a

weeks from now until warm Diazinon even gives you effective conwide range of chewing and sucking insects

weather and you'll spread your trol of those strains of insects which have that attack foliage, you can simplify your

flowering season of the tall. become resistant to previously used insectotal insect control program by applying

stemmed blossoms. Be sure to ticides. So results are more certain when Diazinon foliar sprays during the season.

treat the corms before plantingto you use Diazinon against wireworms, cut- For sure insect control, order Diazinon

prevent diseases. Treat corms worms, mole crickets, and maggots. today. And write us for your free copy of I
by shaking them in a paper bag What's more, Diazinon delivers long- the brand new 1966 Diazinon Handbook.

containing Spergon. I lasting control without creating residue It has all the information.
Dooryard citrus growers should in the in Agricultural Chemicals, Division
problems crop you treat, or sucGeigy
Inspect trees for red spiders, purple
and six-spotted mites and ceeding crops. Just follow the simple directions of Geigy Chemical Corporation, Saw Mill

other Insects during cool, dry on the label. Rates are low, appliRiver Road, Ardsley, New York.

weather. For control, the stand. cation is easy.Generally .
by remedy is DN spray-one tea. you can control most soil insects
lOt MOOIIN Geigysects
spoon to a gallon of water. The by disking in a broadcast application Diazinon
clerk at the garden center may of Diazinon within one week of planting.

have a better suggestion.

Sulfur spray, four tablespoonsper
gallon of water, will kill rust t

mites and give you clean, bright T
fruit. i



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Save i basis of yield in cooked edible i effects resulting from light falling I The Dominican Republic is Most of Florida's subtropicalfruits
MoneyOn meat. II III on the leaves of the cut- second in size to Cuba among are grown in Dade County

Meat Bill I Other tips on meat buying flowers.In I nations of the Antilles chain in with the exception of Lychees

from Dr. Reddish: I complete darkness, the i the Carribbean, the National which are grown in the Indian
I Plan your menu and meat purchases J leaves of the cut-flowers usually Geographic says. River area and Sarasota.
And BetterYou
1 I carefully. Get cuts that :I turned yellow and withered bad I

can save money on meat are properly trimmed. Buy large ly after six or seven days. The
if followa I' cuts and serve three or more different flowers lasted longer, but beganto '
and eat better too you
few simple rules. 1 meals. Have cuts properly ,j deteriorate in 10 to 12 days. r rI
Dr. Robert Reddish, meats specialist I prepared for carving before cook- I j According to Dr. Woltz, the I KelleYOF;
Florida Agricultural Extension j ing. Cook correctly. Carve meat quality of the flowers placed under el Oil
Service, lists three important across the grain. i light was preserved and the
rules in buying meat: I leaves lasted proportionatelylonger.
take advantage of the meats selling .
as "specials" or "lost lead I Light ImportantIn The scientist says it's important I

ers"; select meaty, plump high for those using cutflowersto rI
quality cuts; buy meat on the Keeping QualityOf know of the best possible performance
basis of yield. obtainable. He says it's I

Every week Florida retailerssell Cut-Flowers also just as important to producers I \OIL
many red meat items at near and marketers of these .
Did know that is
or below wholesale cost. These you light oneI II types of flowers to be able to ,
I of keeping the and
meat items are usually in abundance way quality offer products of high quality PRODUCTS '
i vitality of your cut-flowers. ''and '
at the time. Therefore the long life.
retailer can sell a large volume. | But besides lighting, there is | Such an advantage is good inI DIESEL -:- KEROSENE
cold storage and the use of "pre- I
Large volume sales enable the | a market which offers artificial
meat packer and the retailer to I flowers of obvious appeal to the
lower their profit and reduce the I! In the case of chrysanthemums I consumer. I I I Phone 437-7172 Bunnell, Florida
there are strong indications
selling price. The present cut-flower marketI
that light has
Beef chuck roast usually leads important I I mostly for special occasions
the list of beef specials throughout I'! cedures.advantages over the other pro- I such as weddings, funerals, and BUDDY KNOX
Florida. This roast sells regular hospital arrangements. Dr. Woltz
Studies at the Gulf Coast Experiment I
at 59c per pound. Many retailers I, Station show that- says the market could be greatly YOUR ATLANTIC DEALER
sell chuck beef roasts as I expanded by increasing home
mums placed in the lighted part I Bunnell Atlantic Service Station
a special at 49c and sometimeseven and impulse sales.
I jof a house last "three times ,
lower. Beef short ribs,
''longer" than similar flowers in'' tfS b. Day Phone 437.3625
round steak, rib roast, sirloin U. S. 1 t
steak and many more beef items I the darker part of a house. I In the winter of 1894.95, repeated HghwayREPAIR t.. Night Ph. 437.3944
I Dr. S. S. Woltz, associate plant cold waves obliterated the
appear every week" in meat mar i orange industry in Florida causing REBUILD GENERATORS, STARTERSAND
kets as "specials. .
Lamb legs, lamb shouldersand J i I damages to groves of over CARBURETORS
carried out to measure the de- $50 million and citrus
j pushed ,
lamb breasts are other red I 24 Hour Heavy Duty Wrecker Service
gree and nature of any beneficial growers further south.
which sell bargainsat
meat cuts as +!
special prices. ---
Smoked hams, smoked picnics
smoked Boston butts,
canned hams, cooked boneless r
hams and other smoked meats
carry a lower price tag as surplus
meat items.Table.ready .
meat items including

weiners, bologna loaf Wise
and sliced luncheon meat,
smoked and fresh sausage items
also make their appearance as a

"lost Fresh leaders.pork loins, Boston butts, to the

picnic shoulders and neckbonessell I

as bargains at special prices. I
Probably the most tenderness, I .
the most nutrients and the least i I FLAGLER TRIBUNE
calories sell in the form of liver. I 'S..
Beef, pork, lamp and calf liver '
are usually available somewherein I'

Florida markets at a reduced I
Want Ads
special price. I
Those cuts which contain fine

flakes or specks of fat called I
"marbling" are usually firmer,

more brighter flavorful., higher in quality and I First!

Meatiness or plumpness in a tJ

red meat cut indicates It will I !
have more edible meat In pro
portion to bone and fat. l
When you select those plump I .-
meaty cuts with fine flakes of

fat and thin fat layers, the gain I 1\ --

is twofold, more quality and I Wise Sellers Turn To Our
more meat to eat.
Price per pound tells only partof Classified Ads, Too!
the story about actual meat
costs. Some cuts which sell for Wise people who have something to
$1.00 per pound may be a better
meat bargain than a cut which sell know that when wise people want

sells for 60c per pound. The actual to buy, they check our Classified Ads
cost of the meat cut Is determined No matter what it is you want to buy a 1908
by the costs per servingof first-so wise sellers just naturally turn
cooked edible meat. A servingis auto or a 1962 automatic appliance you'll probably
to The Flagler Tribune and place their
from 2V4 to 3% ounces of find it faster if you check our Classified Ads first.
cooked, lean edible meat. Some "For Sale" ads here! Besides, our Classified !
cuts contain four or five servings, And, what's more, items sold through the Classified Ads
others contain as low as one and Ads cost so very little for such very
nearly always mean bigger savings. The easy w4y to
one-third or two servings.For fast results!
example, flank steak contains shop? You bet as easy as sitting in your armchair and
four servings and @ $1.00
per pound this is 25c per serving. talking on the telephone. Be wise -shop our Classified

Fresh pork spareribs contain one Ads this very day!
and one-third servings and @ 60c

per pound this amounts to ap-
proximately 45c per serving.In .
order for a meat cut to I For Fast Results
have a low cost per pound of
cooked edible meat it must be a
high yielding cut or sell for a READ and USE The Flagler Tribune

very low price.A .
combination of high yield HE WANT ADS
and a reasonable price per

pound will result in economical I TO PLACE ADS, PHONE 447-3282
meats. _s i
University of Florida Agricultural
Extension Service CircularNo.

244, "Basic Guide for Cost
Per Meat Serving" shows the
cost of several meat cuts on the




WE GIVE Quantity Reserved***Rights I I I

VALUE TOP M E T T Thurs.PRICES and,MondayFeb. Fri.GOOD, Sat.

: and 10,14th 11, 12
Tel. 437-3201


6 VALLEYDALE (Dry Cured) 6 to 8 Lb. Avg. (Sliced Free)


FLA. GRADE"A" (Family Pkg.) U. S. CHOICE (Flavor Aged)
; CUT UP FRYERS 5 Avg.Bag Lb. $T 89 CHOCK STEAK Lb. 59''0



U. S. CHOICE (Flavor Aged)

: STEW Lb...49 RIB S TEA K.. Lb. 89



(100% PURE) U. S. CHOICE (Flavor Aged) Bonelessi139

, G R 0 UNO I! BEE F 3 Lb.$ R 0 UNO S TEA K Lb. 99"


( 5Lb 1 Lb '
! Flour BAG L9 Coffee T11 39c'

Limit ((1)) with $5.00 or more food order Limit ((1)) of your choice with $5.00 or more food order I


MONOGRAM (Long Grain) EVERFRESH ((6 Ct.)
, RICE I Bag 39c ROLLS 1 Pkgs. 25c BLUEBERRY PIE] Ea. 7'1e

8 Oz. (Wide or Med.) BREAD 5 Loaves 85 e CHOC. CAKE Ea. 79C

EGG NOODLES Pkg. 17c EVERFRESH (King Size Loaves)
CHIFFON 12 Oz. BREAD 4 Loaves SSe, BIG SCOOP V2 Gal.
Btls. 4ge
EVERFRESH ((12 Ct. Pkg.)
i NORTHERN (Asst. Colors) Roll3Bl" DINNER ROLLS 2 Pkg"15e Farm Fresh Produce
. .
I 100
FOOD KING (Quarters)
Z 35e
Cans Lb.
Cans $ MILK 2 i.4ge BAG 4 Lb.
CUT GREEN BEANS 5 i Limit ((2)) Please APPLES Bag 4ge

"" ""'"
50 FREE 50 FREE 50 FREE 50 FREE r 50 FREE
with With purchase of With purchase of With purchase of With purchase of
1.50 Purchase of (2) Pan Ready Cut-Up 2.00 Worth Cosmetics 3 Lbs. or More 10 Lbs. Potatoes
Light Bulbs Fryers or Dental Supplies Chuck Roast I (U. S. No. 1))
Coupon Void After Coupon Void After Coupon Void After Coupon Voil After Coupon Void After
I Monday, Feb. 14, 1966 Monday, Feb. 14, 1966 Monday, Feb. 14, 1966 5 Monday, Feb. 14, 1966 Monday, Feb. 14, 1966



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5fafJfer Beach FL A R FOOD STORE '


r., Bernie L. Egle DON JORDON SPEAKS I
l Dies In Ormond TO GARDEN CLUB
.: .
Friday Afternoon Don Jordan, Flagler County aPRICES
was guest speaker
. Bernie L. Egle of Ormond
Beach died at the Ormond Beach Garden Club meeting Thursdayat THURSDAY, FRIDAY, SATURDAY QUANTITY RIGHTS
the Charles McCabe home. He February 10 11 and RESERVED
Hospital Friday afternoon. Mr. 12, 1966
talked about fertilizer and
Egle came to Flagler Beach from
Memphis, Tenn., and resided and trees suitable to the salt air. Store Hours Monday thru Thursday, 8 a. m. 6 p. m.-Fri. & Sat. 8 a. m 7 p. m.
lIe also answered
there for some time before goingto many ques-
tions asked by the members.Mrs. .
He Ormond was a real Beach estate 17 broker years ago.and Charles McCabe and Mrs. JUST CAN'T "BEAT" THAT FLAGLER FOOD "MEAT"
Frank Schwenk were hostessesfor
was 67 years of age.
the meeting and served a I
He was active in civic affairsin GOOD AS THE "BEST" THE "REST"
Ormond Beach and was tine dessert motif.lunch, using the valen BETTER THAN

known for his hobby of sending
Plans were made for the Mill-1 I
thousands of get well cards to I
hospital patients. tary Whisk party for February j U. S. CHOICE-Flavor Aged THRIFTWAY QUALITY
Survivors Include his wife, 11. Mrs. Schwenk showed mem i CHUCK SLICED
bers how to treat and
Ruby, of Ormond Beach. Services
were held at the Woodward-Low- I an antique French bouquet. She|
ther Funeral Home, Ormond, and I also demonstrated a table ar j Roast
the body was returned to Mem I rangement made by Mrs. McCabe Lb. 49 BaCOnLB 79u.
I who used a grapefruit fora
phis burial., Tenn., for funeral and; container with pink gladiolas.Mrs. .
Sue Spivey also showed her

The St. Johns River Quarterly arrangement of calendulas. S. CHOICE-Flavor Aged WESTERN CORN FED
Associational meeting will be I Mrs. Alfred Juengling spokeon ROUND BONE CENTER CUT PORK
Florida's fabulous Flora, an
held February 11 at Calvary
Baptist Church in St. Augustineat article by Kathy Sample. Mrs.I'
Anita Hirst was program hair-
10 a. m. Roast lb.69
Guest speaker will be Miss man. Chops LB
Mary Cope, Y.W.A. director. The
conference will be held before Books Are My DishBy
the lunch hour. Each person is
requested to bring a sack lunch.A Dorothy Homans U. S. CHOICE-Flavor Aged FRESH HOME MADE

nursery will be provided.Mr. Only northerners get spring CHUCK COUNTRY STYLE PURE PORK
.fever-never southerners. It's the
and Mrs. R. K. Hirst enjoyed sun. The lack of it for five or
a surprise visit Sunday I more months gives you spring Steak Lb.69
and Monday from their son, WilLiam fever. I could not be cured of It Sausage
of San Diego, California. up north until suddenly one dayI
would find myself seeking ,
marshy and woods and

Saturday, February 12, at the walking until I came upon a GETS CLOTHES WHITER MAXWELL HOUSE
Flagler Beach Community Center glimmering of silver in the
the Men's Club of the Meth. .thickets of last fall's dead leaves I 1

odist Church sale at will 1 p.have m. and a rummage an I.-the ways found first pussy them,willows.no matter I al.\I Cheer Lg 1 O Coffee Lb. 49Limit <

auction at 7 p. m. Somethingfor it were the first time I huntedfor Bx
everyone. At the auction thereIs them. Then my fever was can
everything from a fat calf to cured. For all those who are
; steak knives. At the rummage down with the fever here I sug Limit 1 with 5.00 or more food order 1 with 5.00 or more food order
sale it is mostly clothes. gest they read some poetry on
spring, which can be found at
METHODIST CHURCH NEWS the Flagler Beach Public Library.
Shakespeare's "As You Like It" MIRACLE WHIP QUART 49 r
Church School time is 9:45a. : for example- Limit 1 with 5.00 order
m. and morning worship at "Who doth ambition shun
11 o'clock, with Rev. Reynold And loves to lie i' the sun
Hoover, minister. Seeking the food he eats, 46 Oz. SHURFINE BOOK-Pkg. of 50
This morning, 9:30: a. m., the And pleased with what he gets, ORANGEJUICE
Woman's Society of Christian Come hither, come hither, come MATCHES I*
Service will meet at the church. hither!" I 3 for ro i 2 PkB. 29
Mrs. Harry Treadwell and Mrs. Then next week when you are I
Allen Jenkinson are in charge of back in your right minds, I will 2V2 DEL MONTE
the program. Hostesses are tell you about the book that the 303 STOKELY'S
Misses Flora and Emily Gage. Flagler Womans Club has given CUT
All ladies are invited to attend. the Library in memory of Mrs. I BEETS 2 for 29 i0' PEACHES 3 for ro
Guest speaker will be Dr. Wilma Mollie R. Lyon, "A ThousandDays"
Davis from St. Augustine. -the book on Kennedy by I FROZEN FOODS
Arthur N. 'Schlesinger, Jr. FRESH PRODUCE -
r The farm value of fishing 20 Oz. WINTER GARDEN
worm sales in Florida is at least Scientists speculate that it i I ROME BEAUTY APPLE
$1 million with commercial producers may become possible in the future

dreds. numbering in the hun knowledge.to Inject students with I, APPLES 2 35 CHERRY P i E 5 U for 100 8

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Mose Atkinson, a recent recent bride, Mrs. Mose
bride, was honored with a miscellaneous I kinson, was honored with a At'j lb. 63e
shower on Tuesdayof I shower Tuesday evening at
last week at the King home,I home of Mrs. Dorothy Barber.I
North Pine street. Virginia King Mrs. Hattie King was cohostessfor ,
was hostess. I the lovely affair.
Twenty-five friends enjoyedthe Twenty-five guests were pres. I _
affair with the honoree and I ent. The bridal theme was used U. S. D. A. CHOICE BEEF SALEFULL
the hostess. Mrs. Atkinson is the I in decorations and favors.

former LISA Joan FAYE Cockrell.MASSEY I II I,I I:accompanied Mr. and Mrs.by M.Butch B. McDaniel McDanieland ROUND STEAK CUT) lb. 89

Mrs. Bell Hall, were in Lake
Mr. and Mrs. Ralph Massey of City Sunday for a visit with A. .
Bunnell are the parents of an RIB STEAK
M. McDaniel in the Veterans lb. 89
eight pound daughter, born February Hospital there. Duke underwent
9 at the Bunnell General
surgery there recently and Is re
Hospital. She was given the ported as recovering very satis-
name of Lisa Faye. factorily. CUBE STEAK lb.
Maternal grandparents are Mr. 79
and Mrs. P. A. (Zip) Edmonsonof Mrs. Don Maxwell arrived at
Bunnell. ,the home of her parents, Mr. and
Mrs. Averley Brown, last week
SUSAN LYNN TUCCIOMr. for an extended visit. She has
and Mrs. Philip Tuccio, Old spent the past two months at the Valleydale ((14-16 lb. Avg.) (HALF or WHOLE)
Haw Creek Road, are the parentsof naval base in Cuba where her
a six pound 15 ounce daughter husband is stationed with the SMOKED HAM Ib. *
born February 4 at the Bun. Navy. He is expected here soon 69
nell General Hospital. She has for a leave.T. .
been given the name of Susan
Lynn. E. Holden returned Monday Lean Western CENTER CUTPORK
morning after a visit in Eliza-
JENNIFER ANN SEA bethton, Tenn., with his daughter *
Mr. and Mrs. John Seay of and family. He relieved his 69
Bunnell are the parents of an son-in-law, Julian Caudill, at the
eight pound 13Vi ounce daughter pharmacy while Julian and his
born February 7 at the Flag- father went on a deep sea fish. -...,. "V ...,. -..,.
ler Hospital in St. Augustine.She .I ing trip. FREE PLASTIC DISHPAN } Zephyr SMOOTH (Save lOc)
has been given the name of \ '" 12 Oz.
Jennifer Anne. Joe and John Kuenzi of Fair- _With $5.00 or more.. Meat_ _Order \ BUTTER 1 Mug 39c
The maternal grandparents are bury, II!., annual winter visitors -
Mr. and Mrs. Harold Emery of here, arrived Sunday night for a Armour Star 151/2 Oz. Zip Top Can
Espanola and the paternal visit with friends. They are FlyIng CORNED Each Joe Grain's Fresh Fla. Grade "A"
grandmother is Mrs. Elizabeth Farmers and often make the BEEF HASH 39" LARGE
of Chipley.Mrs. trip by plane but this year they
Seay are traveling by car. Chef Boy-Ar-Dee 15% Oz. Can

Anna Jarosz, accompanied CHILI with BEANS 3 for 1 EGGS
Guest of Mr. and Mrs. C. A.
by Mrs. Marie Byrzck and
Riddell Sunday was Mrs. Rid. Doz.
Mrs. Paul Vogel, are spending
I dell's son, Joy Sisco of Jackson. .
this weekend in St. Petersburg
ville. He also visited with his POUND
visiting. !sister and brother-in-law Mr. 5 BAG
-- --- -'- Del Monte
and Mrs. C. O. Magee, Flagler (PINEAPPLE-GRAPEFRUIT)

ArthurSonnyWilsonLIGHT( ) I Beach. FLOCANESUGAR DRINK J; J 3 Ca,289c

By Rev. Oliver F. Taylor
DIRT-RED DIRT Pastor First Methodist Church With purchase of (1) 1 lb. Tin FROZEN' FOODS -

We have more leisure time today MAXWELL HOUSE COFFEE 'rozen .
SHELLand 12 oz. Can
than in any generation of at 87c and $5.00 or more food order
mankind yet less time is givento ORANGE NIP 29F
worship of the Lord. This day
COQUINA ROCK and age is filled with mechanical FRESH PRODUCE -
Phone 4392357OYSTERS and electronic devices and
machines that afford us more ). S. No. 1POTATOES

time for ourselves. We should be lB lb. GUIS I C 0
grateful for living in such an 4ge
age, and appreciative unto God
for marking the world of such

I and nature full that life.Sunday we. can enjoy a rich LEMONS doz. 3ge 3 Tin Lb. 58F

For Sale by the Bushel is not a day for long Fresh
I faces and pious looks, but a day 1 1 with $5.00 or more food order
Harvested From in which to enjoy the earth and ARROTS 11Bagello IOCLimit

fullness thereof. Therefore, ,.
STATE APPROVED should we do less than give our. '"
AREA selves in worship unto God each
and Sunday. A few hours IM.rcN.nb
every 50
24-hour advance noticeF. 100 50 Wwith
each week spent in the worshipof ys.
the Lord in His church is a
L. MALPHURSPhone vital part of every Christian's coupon & purchase with coupon & purchase} (with coupon & purchaseof
life. "Thou shall be missed because of ((2)) 12 Oz. Cans (1) Can Jifoam of ((3) Frozen
439-2132 thy seat will be empty." Armour Star TREET OVEN CLEANER T. V. DINNERS

I Samuel 20:18.: ... .. Coupon Void After Coupon Void After Coupon Void After
Monday, Feb. 14, 1966 Monday, Feb. 14, 1966 Monday, Feb. 14, 1966

A1A Fabric Shop

Corner Hiways 100 & AlA

Cloth 15c a Yard & Up ,iu* it !If

PILLOWS, Reg. $3.95 value..................................97c

BEDSPREADS .......................-...........................$2.75

WASH CLOTHS ......................._..........................lOc Phone 4373227OPEN

MOPS ......................................................................39c SUNDAYS U.S. No.1 BUNNELL
BROOMS ..............................................................$1.00 8:00 a.m.-1:00 p.m.
Quantity Rights Reserved Prices Good February 10, 11, 12, 13 and 14, 1966

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used to make the helter. These turning out new processed foods. peppers, cucumbers, celery, and cesses for foods and to make
Earliest New I
postholes were evenly distributed Consumers are becoming more I tomatoes. them available in attractive

World Houses about every two feet in a conscious of health, weight control The use of processed vegetables packages that consumers will

symmetrical ring about six and and n utrllion when they will continue to Increaseled buy.
one-half feet In diameter. buy food. Other social and economic .
Are DiscoveredAn by the favorites beans, I
Like Apache Dwelling forces are at work to alter
corn, peas and tomatoes. Per Subscribe to The Flagler Tribune
expedition sponsored by "The branches were probablybent consumption habits.
the National Geographic Society I' and tied in the middle and More people are eating out- capita consumption of fruits I S2.50ATEARPETERSON

and Harvard University's Pea- then covered with hides or skins, In restaurants and cafeterias. show the same pattern I as that ... --- _
body Museum has discovered the much like a modern Apache Consumers are demanding improved of vegetables. I
oldest houses known anywherein wikiup, a type of Indian hut quality, more consistent These trends in consumer preference TEXACO
the Americas.The used In the West. The floors of quality and more services built mean that farmers will be SERVICE

remains of two circular the structurues contained bones':, into food. competing to determine the 1,500 I I I ROAD SERVICE I
of food will
I pounds consumers
huts built by paleo-Indian people of bison and other animals that "More processed everything" eat each Processors will be Light Mechanic Work
some 10,000 years ago were the people had killed and a number pretty well sums up the trend In looking for year. forms and I Phone 437-3441 Junnell
new pro-
uncovered at Hell Gap near of fine examples of flint food preferences-from the oldest .1 J..u

Guernsey, Wyoming. The site I tools." I convenience food-canned ..1\.1'..."'..,l'J'...........",......."........J'....",.....or.....",...........J'
has been under excavation for The huts were erected about goods-to the newest that can be
the past five years. 8000 B.C. some 5,000 years "boiled In a bag."

"The houses at Hell Gap are J earlier than any previously dated The consuming public has a
the earliest known In the West houses In the Western Hemi hearty appetite. Each of us eats AMBULANCE

ern Hemisphere," said ProfessorJ. sphere. Until now, It was not his way through 1,500 pounds of PHONE VAlley 4 1625

O. Brew, director of the museum known that early paleo.Indian food per year at an average rate SERVICE
and leader of the expedi people erected houses. Most authorities of 3,200 calories per day. Prefer s ST. AUGUSTINE FLORIDA

tion. "The two structures con presumed that they leda ences run to high protein, low S Never be besltunt about calling a Garcia Ambulance. We
circles af simpler nomadic existence. calorie and low starch foods. r
sist of overlapping
J are always at your service with promptness, safety andS
postholes that were formed by There has been continuous An Increase in per capita consumption I experience
the butts of upright branches habitation of the Hell Gap area of meat reflects both
since late glacial times, according preference and Incomes. Per cap :
Equipped With Oxygen Re.u.ita or and Inhalator
to age determinations made ita consumption of beef will con

I by the radiocarbon method. The tinue to increase. \ Garcia Funeral HomeP.
WANTListings ADS prehistoric houses were dlscov- : Salad eating preferences show

I eder in the dig's third lowest up in predicted increases in per > E. GARCIA, Licensed Funeral Director

under this hooding are culture level, one known as capita consumption of fresh ?: LADY ASSISTANT |

75 3 cents cents a is word.the minimum each insertion.charge I spear"Agate point Basin"found from there.the type of green leafy vegetables, green WWbY11.M Y A..VUVAA...,%VUVVA.......................................Oo J"......

The Agate Basin people produced
milker. Reasonable. Telephone of flint artifacts in North ran OINWRELMER.] CMUM. I GUESS THE BUT TO THE GUY--FRESH R1611TBAB f ,7CAIC2
437.3446 after 6 p. m. America, archeologists say. The Foa sr IT, |TOWN ARE TO BE HAD AT CUTIa 7 UACA'ZINej OTHER SIM.
ancients also made bone beads, J THE.lARBONATE. KRANTZ TO MAKE A ROCK
FOR SALE-Electric wall oven one of which was recovered by I 6A.ROCN.

and stove top, like new. Phone the expedition.In MOTORS

439-2326. Feb. 10-Itc I Secluded Volley iL16NT.
Hell Gap is a secluded Wyoming
FOR RENT-Small apartment, valley with protectingcliffs 1
furnished except dishes and lin
that keep it warmer In y
ens. $45 per month plus utilities. winter and cooler in summer 1241

Irma Parker, Golden Sands than surrounding lands. In ancient
Apartments. Feb. 10( .. 4tp times
a stream flowed

FOR SALE-54 inch steel cabinet through the valley, and it was Electric

sink with faucet and fittings. along this stream that one tribe

$25. Used baby stroller $2.50. after another set up camp. clothes drying

Jerry's Furnltuure and Appliance Besides offering water and

Old Dixie Highway, two protection from the weather, the saves loads of
miles south of Korona. Phone site was convenient to both

I I 4373752. Feb. 10-lte prairie and mountain game. time and work

Nearby was a quarry where stone
FOR SALE-1% bath, large liv-
tools couldl be chipped.
Ing room, Florida room, garage Because of the washing downof &
and utility rooms enclosed, central ,
earth in the valley, each of ae} _
heating. Shown by appoint the occupation sites became covered
ment only. Low down paymentand
with a thin layer of dirt.
FHA terms. George Moody, :.
Modern excavators peel off these
Sr., Flagler Beach. I levels of dirt and debris one by 'S; r

HOUSE FOR SALE-CBS con one to record the changes in the

struction, 3 bedrooms, 2 baths, way of life that tools, camp
large Florida loom, 2-car car I debris, and settlement patterncan

port, six (6)) lots, 2 air conditioners tell. { '
corner of Palmetto and The archeologists have found
Lambert. Phone 437-3215 after evidence of occupation "consid-

4 p. m. Jan. 20 tf erably" before 900 B.C., but finds j
--..-. .-- for this most ancient period are
FILL DIRT-Call Martin Hardingfor limited to a few flakes and some

fill dirt and top soil. Phone charcoal. From a later period, :

4373669. Jan 13-TFC the scholars recovered an unfinished

spear point 11 Inches long.
Furnished apartment for rent.
The was spoiled a
weapon by
Call Harris Appliances, 4373367.
flaw in the stone; the person
Dec. 23-tf.
who worked it thousands of
'- --
FOR SALE, LEASE OR RENT- years ago probably threw It asideIn

2-bedroom Florida room, and disgust. The expedition found
carport beach house unfurnished. the flakes that the ancient crafts-

Hurricane fence encloses man had chipped away, and succeeded
back yard. Call 4373472. 2-10-tf in fitting some back In
place on the original stone.
FOR SALE-3 bedroom, 2112 The site, discovered In 1959, Is

bath, double garage, central on land owned by Miss Ruth

heating, fire place, large Florida Frederick of Guernsey, Wyoming.The .
room, situated on 160x110 water- field party was Jointly directed

front lot. Call 439.2203, Flagler by Henry T. Irwin of Harvard
Beach. nCOX' -
and Cynthia Irwln-Williams

and George A. Agogino of Eastern You'll love it
UPHOLSTERY, Bunnell, New Mexico University. it's flameless !
Fla Hwy. 11, will pick up and
Scores of students and
deliver all furniture free. For other college people participatedin Don't be"pinned down"by the nuisance keeps clothes new-looking longer. And
material and prices on young of clothesline
sample drying. An electric-clothes automatic electric
the project.Consumers. are cheaper to
labor call 4373673. 7-1-tf dryer does it quicker and better. Spares buy and cheaper to use.

SEPTIC TANK cleaning; drain Food you lifting And lugging two tons of wet Add to the joy of modern electric

fields Installed; snail shell. Reasonable laundry and walking about 40 miles living with the Flameless Four Dryer,

prices. Call George Ja- Habits a year. Washer, "sit-down" Ironer, and super-
roz ID 7.3410 8-1-tf Changing Clean, gentle, flameless electric heat fast, super-safe Water Heater.

,, More Eat Out See your electric appliance dealer today.

Consumers are changing. Why? .o

Consumption patterns are
WATER FRONT, FARMS for several
changing reasons, .
home economists with the Florida .
See us for your real estate need Agricultural Extension Service .
Office Phone HE 9.2242
point out. Incomes are rising.
Residence Phones ID 7.3691 More homemakers are In the FLORIDA POWER & LIGHT
or ID 7.3517: COMPANYP.
work force. Food scientists are e HCLUNC BUILD FLORIDA

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Growing GladsIn Here's a list of commercial varieties I Tomatoes Largest I would be seeded-to- pastures,- show-promise for weed controlin -
which you can easily get, i( I planted to citrus or allowed to II tomatoes. Recommendationsfor

Garden Easy and Florida's which growing are well conditions adapted: to:I i: Dollar Value Crop !! revert to native grass and brush. their use were made before
D. S. assistant
II I : Burgis I960. The following year, Burgis
Growing glads in your gardenis WHITE-June Bells, Professor! About 50,500 acres of tomatoes I culturist at the Gulf horu-I found that diphenamid, PEBC
easy and rewarding.In Goudriaan, White Excelsior, and I j I were harvested during the 1964- I periment Station, says I, and solan all gave satisfactory
bloom they add a splash of White Friendship. 65 season. All these tomatoes j growers left their operations, the control.
color and provide bouquets for ;ave a gross return to growersof I diseases, nematodes and weed
use in the home.S. Yellow Hopman's Glory, nearly $70 million. | problems were left too. But the Job of finding new
I Vink's Glory. weed controls never ends. Itcon't.
Tomatoes make the largest 1
up Now the picture has changed.
S. Woltz, associate plant Red Valeria, Hildegarde, single dollar value crop of the I Land rental, c tearing, well drilling There's too much at stake.
physiologist at the Gulf Coast Atom. 'I I state's vegetable industry. In the ; machinery and labor costs
Experiment Station, Bradenton, Lavender Elizabeth the past, this large scale productionhas are rising. Burgis says it's I -- ;
says selected varieties of gladsare Queen, Van Zanten's Glory, Cam- been based on "using new reached the point where tomato O. F. ALTORD
available in a wide range of panile. land." growers must find a permanentway
I clear, variegated and moky col- Pink Friendship, Spic and This means that every two or of using the land they're on. I Registered
ors and can be obtained from a Span, Minaret, Traveler, Inno- three years the grower would Because of this, weed control Real Estate BrokerBunnelL
number of catalogues or your cence. move his entire operation to a has become very important. The
I Florida
local garden supply store. Rose-Rose Spire, Wild Rose. newly cleared area. The old land substituted ureas were first to ....



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KENNETH M'DONALDDIES Jeanie Contest maids. This concert will be held Institutions and Agencies will I Public Assistance Division, Florida
SATURDAY i in the Auditorium of the Foster I include "The Impact of Legislation !' Department of Public Welfare
SERVICES TUESDAYKenneth Set For ThisWeekend Carillon Tower with the public of the Florida Departmentof Jacksonville. Further Information
M. McDonald of Flag. I I I invited. Public Welfare," by Mrs. may be obtained from

ler Beach died unexpectedly Sat. Jacks, ACSW, Assistant Director, Irma Parker, Flagler Beach.

urday night at the Bunnell Gen MEDICAL CARE --. -- ----
eral Hospital. He had lived In When he composed 'his classic UNDER SOCIAL
Flagler Beach about a year, com love song "Jeanie With the Light SECURITY STUDY
ing there from Anderson, Ind. Brown Hair" in 1854, Stephen NOTICENotice
, He was a retired die setter of Collins Foster could not possibly i "The Impact on Hospitals" will
I I .. G. E. He was 61 years of age. have Imagined that it would be. I I be discussed by Edwin L. Cros
I Survivors .Include his wife, come the theme for one of Flor by, M.D., director, American Hospital is hereby given that a municipal election will

Mary, of Flagler Beach; one step. ida's outstanding musical events, Association, Chicago, at be held in the City of Bunnell, Florida, on Tuesday,
William Campbell, Flagler the Jeanie Auuditions held annually the Dinner Session, Monday, Feb
the 8th of
day March A. D.
14, In connection with the 1966, for the purpose of
Beach; one brother, Howard O. at the Foster Memorialon ruary
McDonald of Anderson, Ind. the Suwannee River. theme of Medical Care Under Social electing three City Commissioners. All persons desiring
Funeral services were held at Security: Potentials and to have their names printed upon the official
2 o'clock Tuesday afternoon from Twenty.two talented and Problems. The Ramada Inn, ad. ballots as candidates are required to pay to the City
the Craig Funeral Home of Bun. charming young Florida vocal. Joining the University of Flor Clerk of said City with whom he
a filing
Hoover offi ists will participate here Saturday ida Campus, will be the scene of
ciated.nell. Rev.Interment Reynold followed at (Feb. 12), in "the 15th renewal the' Fifteenth Annual Southern fee of five per centum ((5%) of the annual salaryof
of the event, sponsored by the office of Commissioner
Espanola Cemetery. Conference 011' Gerontology. City of said City on or
I the Florida Federation of Music Conference Headquarters and before 12 ::00 o'clock the '
Pallbearers were George MoodyJr. noon, on 25th day of Feb-
., Red Farnsworth, Dale Brown, Clubs and the Stephen Foster all meetings will be held February ruary, A. D. 1966. .
Memorial Commission.The 14 and 15. Registration may
Donald Moore, John Seay and
winner will be designatedas be made in advance, and late
Jack Clegg. Notice is further given that the registration" booksof
Jeanie for 1966 and will re registration from 10 a. m. February
THANKS ceive a $1,000 scholarship from I 14, to 1:15: at which time the City of Bunnell, Florida, are now open for

We wish to extend our sincerest the Foster Memorial Commissionto I the opening sessions begins. registration of voters to and including the 25th day,
thanks and appreciation to I continue her musical educa Any interested person Is in. until 12 ::00 o'clock noon, of February, A. D. 1966.
all who were so kind and sympathetic tion. The'four runners-up will be vited to attend any or all of
during our recent be. awarded $200 scholarships pre these ,'n!etings. -Tuesday's session
reavement In the loss of our pre sented by Mrs. Alfred I. duPont, begins at 9 a. m. ,and ends Mrs. Nancy C. Rodgers, City Clerk

cious son, Tillman Robinson, Jr. Jacksonville; Mrs. R. W. Roberts, 4 p. m. with Conference High
Kindness was shown in so St. Petersburk; Mrs. Leon WhUa- ,lights bt. Mrs..Virginia Smyth

many different ways, food, flowers hurst, Brooksville, and by the Regional Representative, Admin.
errands, etc., it is difficultto American Society of Composers, istration on Aging, U. S. Department
give each one the thanks that Authors and Publishers.A Health, Education and
he really deserves. feature of this year's event Welfare, Atlanta. '- RAIG FUNERAL HOME

Again we do deeply appreciateeach will be a program at 2:30: p. m. The broad scope of related subjects
act of kindness so much. Sunday, February 13, presenting j covering Social Security, A. H. CBAIG Funeral Director
MR. and MRS. TILLMAN the new Jeanie and her four Medical Care, and Its Impact on JOHN CAPO. Manager .

ROBINSON, SR., and FAMILY --. ---

(Continued from page 1) Feb. 11 ..................Friday Callahan ...................Away
Feb. 15 ..............Tuesday Hastings ......................Home Phone ID 7-3532
ning and the building of our Feb. 18 ..................Friday Baldwin ......................Away 201 E. MOODY BLVD. BUNNELL. FLORIDA
Flagler Beach Elementary Feb. 8 ................Tuesday Florida D & B..Home .l.
School. --- -- -- -- -
The group then took a look I
Into the future when they viewedan .
enlightening film on the history

of Educational Television.In .
a cross-section over the United ., .' :.I' .:: .. .
States It showed ETV at its .. .. .. ,
beginning, as it is used today ". : ...: .. .. \..' :I:. ...,: .: '.
I and how it will be used in the i .. ... ::fJ::: ." ..'.1.
future. Following the film, W. .t.,. :) > 4.. .. i}.. : ..

E. Fennell, Jr., principal, Intro. # :::
Jlunfr.JS. : :
erase ,
: .
duced Coy G. Harris, superintendent .
special guest for the -..:.. 'I"-:.,=.;..:;.t,1.. .. :''.. :
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Harris the .. ., .\ .... : .r.. t .
evening. Mr. gave ": .... .: t ;. ,
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group a run-down on what ETV ,,:.1 ,;.;. :!I ...b. .. .. ..
has meant and what it will :) -:: .V". .. :' .
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mean to Flagler County. He said
operations have nearly been
completed so that Flagler Coun
ty schools may receive the fullest .
benefits from using ETV.
In other brief business, Mrs.
Jennie Newell was appointed
chairman of the nominating
committee and Mrs. Allen Reynolds
and Mrs. Donald Kaufmanwere
chosen to serve with her.
The next meeting will be in
April, at which time the nomi
nating committee will present a .
slate of new officers for the ensuing I

year. Chevrolet Impala Sport Sedan with Body by Fisher

Present normal production of
oranges in Florida is about six @mliT t1Nill1W'f ) We added new bushings and

times that of 25 years ago and &L ..u.C w*+ l\Ytl\W\W! .u. J.ll* ffi1, softened bodyto-frame mounts ,
about double the production of
to smooth Chevrolet's ride. We
15 years ago.
THE CHEVROLET put In soft-acting shock

INCOME TAXCONSULTANT absorbers and soft-working coil

WAY springs at every wheel. B j soft, The powerfully smooth: new
Turbo-Jet V8 is
Ed (Chubby) BielejeskiCall though, we don't mean mushy '66 Caprice( Impala SS, Impala,

439-2483 -' Chevrolet's Way makes for a Bel Air and Biscayne models.
Saturday, 12 to 3 b
smooth, solid Very steadyon

curves. A bump jumps from
Eight features now standard for
HASTINGS MATTRESS the Wide-Stance wheels to the your added safety-including
and shocks-and seat belts front and back(always
supple springs

710-12 Lemon St. r.
Palatka Florida ;).
Soft contoured new Strato-bucket
Phone EA 5-9166
standard In
front seats come
Furnltu"v Upholstering ..
Repaired & Refinished Super Sports for relaxing comfort
Mattresses & Box Springs on every trip.

Made Call Laura\o Order Morris Also Renovated 437-3233 AD kinds of ears,an In one place...at lOur Chevrolet.dealer's: Chevrolet Chevelle Chevy n Corvalf I Corvette.www.Nw
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After 6:00 P. M.
Phone or Post Office
Drop Us A Card or Call

Free Pick-up & Delivery 200 S. STATE BUNNELL, FLORIDA PHONE 437-3131

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