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Title: The Flagler tribune
Physical Description: Newspaper
Language: English
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Place of Publication: Bunnell Fla
Creation Date: March 10, 1966
Publication Date: -1981
Frequency: weekly
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Subjects / Keywords: Newspapers -- Bunnell (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Flagler County (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
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Spatial Coverage: United States -- Florida -- Flagler -- Bunnell
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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).
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Preceded by: St. Johns tribune
Succeeded by: Palm Coast news
Succeeded by: Flagler/Palm Coast news-tribune

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BUNNELL, FLORIDA, THURSDAY, MARCH: 10, 1966 2.50 A YEAR
64 NO. 10

Flagler County ElectionsReturns
City
Shelton Brook Eleven Qualified
Board
County On Cancer SocietyIn Cigarette Tax
last week's issue .of the For Co. OfficesAt All
Sets PriorityOn Tribune it was 'reported that For Cities

Shelton'Barber was named vice. Press TimeThose Ren Morris, director of the IncumbentsIncumbents

County Roads I president of Flagler County (Can. State. Beverage Department, reo in the two cities
It should have I been who have qualified (at
I cer Society. ports that the net cigarette tax Bunnell and Flagler Beach, were
The Board of County Commls. I Shelton Brooks who was elected press time) to run In the 1 May collections for the month of Jan. re-elected to serve another two-
sioners at its meeting Monday vice president. primaries for county offices In. .
as 1966 amounted to $4,971, .
to fix the uary I year term of office in the elections
morning agreed of elude: 989.86. Of this amount $1,696,. Tuesday.In .

priority for proposed building Road P. A. Edmonson, Sheriff of 232.31 will go to the state gen. Bunnell Shelton Barber re
secondary gas
with Department
county roads Flagler County. eral revenue fund. The remain. ceived the highest number of

tax funds. The roads road: along die Office of Justice of the Peace, Ing 3275757.55 will be distrlb. i votes with a total of 184. Martin
No. 1-Paving Reports Repair .
line of Commissioners I Levi L. Brannam Sr. uted to qualified municipal! (Bo) McDaniel was second with
viding
Districts four and five from lIigh. On Highway II School Board District 1, Incum. Flagler County cities will be nine votes short of Barber's. He
100 to Highway 305. bent Herschel King and Dave. receiving the following amounts: received 184 votes. Dave Perry.

way No. 2-Paving streets In Bun. Mayor Martin McDaniel is in Perryman. Bunnell, $2,813.00; Flagler Beach., man received a total of 151 votes.

tell and In Flagler Beach.No. receipt of a letter today from the Judge of Small Claims Court, $927.43; Beverly Beach, $54.26; Others running received th4<<

3-Complete Lake DistoJ\: State Road Department stating Incumbent Tom Lenssen. Marineland, $90.07; Painters 1 Hill, following: Herbert Anderson,
the Maintenance Department Is $11.12. 103; Jean Palczewskl, 74; Jeff
road to Road 305.No.4Repaving. : School Board District 3, II V.
Old Broad working at the present time to Seale, 64. A total of 285 votes
and Margaret V. Knlg
100 by coun. Improve traffic hazards by reo Peavy were cast in the election.In .
from Highway along working the shoulders along< School Board District 5, Incum. the election at Flagler
ty Jail and by residences Highway 11. "It has developed bent Myrtle C. Rice and 1 Roy I Cowart-Knight Beach, where they were electingtwo
this road.
Into a routine maintenance Item Likins. commissioners Incumbents
No. 5-Paving Lambert avenue Ml Conferencen
west of the Intracoastal water. due to the heavy truck traff ." County Commissioner District Floyd Collins and Willis A. Mc.

In Flagler Beach from IIigh. The letter was in reply to a 2!, Incumbent George E. Wickline.: Basketball Dowell were re-elected.

way 100 north to Lehigh Can letter from the Bunnell city com.; County Commissioner District A total of 304 votes were

way No. 6 Paving south end of missioners calling the road de. 4, Incumubent Alfred Tucker. Walton Cowart and Jack polled, including the absentee

Old Kings Road 1000) )( feet to Dixie Highway when Volusia serous traffic hazards along were named to the St. John's otal of 186 votes and Willis Mc.

County Is ready to pave their Ilghway; 11 from Bunnell to t the lagler County River All Conference Basketball owell received 152, electing
south county line. 'earn.' I hem to another two-year term.C. .
of the road.
part maintenance led Cross Drive received 130 votes
O.
Magee
No. 7-Completing road from The department's Others making All Conference:
.U. S. grew is now working on widen. i and Charles J. Missinne received
to Callahan
Espanola via Dorena were James Page, ;
Highway No. 1. ng the pavement by adding Dn During MarchThe John Ross and Berger Warner, 116 votes.

No. 8-Paving road from IIigh.) about two feet of rock to t the Annual Red Cross Drive is 'Crescent City; Sammy Morgan

way 100 at Water Oak to Road houlders of the road.Bunnell They were< now on In Flagler County and and Allen Smyly, Hastings; Rob. Board Elects
of yester.
318 at St. Johns Park. I working west will continue through March :31, ert Webb, St. Joe; Stanley Mals,

State Road Board officials r reo 1 lay. rive Chairman Fred Krantz said Fla. D. & B., and Steve Glldea, Principals At

ported to the commissioners that day. ather Lopez.

there Is in the road funds credit. fanned Hi School The quota for Flagler County Cowart, Knight and Glldea< Sunnell Beach

ed to Flagler County over $5C ,' has been set for $1,000. This por. were the only boys In the 11th

Intramural Games r tion of the month the drive IsI grade making All Conferer Principals for Bunnell High,
000.The board also requests that beln ..carried out through the All other boys were 12th graders. Carver High and Flagler Beach

SRD widen the pavement on Now In ProgressThe I business establishments of the llementary schools were electedy

Highway 11 two feet on each county and their employes. The Bunnell Methodist the school board at its meet-

side from Bunnell to the Volusia Student Association of. latter; part of the month will 1 be ing Tuesday.
County line. unnell High School is sponsc voted to memberships and pos. Church Those elected are: Benton F.

Also request the state road Ing a series of intramural baetball sibly a house to house canvass litton, Bunnell High; LeRoy
widen Highway 100 which are being unter Carver High, and Wil-
board to games Mr. Krantz pointed out the Rev. Oliver F. Taylor Pastor ,
two feet on each side from Bu layed between the classes this rvices furnished to FlaglerCounty lIam Fennell Jr., Flagler Beach

nell to Flagler Beach, and to reo Wednesday and Thursday, Mar. > by the Red Cross amounts GETHER THROUGH CHRIST! lementary. Also elected as

surface that distance. 9 and 10. to more than the county con county supervisor was Walter
There is a fellowship among
The final game between thInners tributes to the Red Cross durine which cannot be denied for Morris. Each of these are now inthe
will be Friday nigh, The Blood Bank fur. man school system In these ca-
Senator Pierce year. In Christ there is a common
March' 11, at the school gym nished free blood to Flagluntians. < which transcends allearthly pacities.

Will At starting at 7 p. m. There will bean / The only charge mad bondage knowledge. Of cours, Mrs. Myrtle C. Rice, board
Speak admission of 25c for student of charge member, and Mrs. H. II. Murray,
Is the cost processing due to social, economic, racialand ;
and 50c for adults, which will go teacher, made a report on the
the hospitals.
by factors there
BureauThe other varying
Farm toward the publication of the Governor's> School Conference
Another important program probably will never be onechurch
Flagler County Farm school handbook. carried on all during the yea which everyone could at.tend. held in Tampa. Both partlclpatIn -

Bureau has scheduled a meetln I We'll see you there. Is the Home Service Department The mechanics of time andspace In discussions concerning va.rious \

for Tuesday night. March 15, at Student Association Secretary which deals with emergencies of would never let every school problems, including \ courthouse. Publicity Chairman, their families Jtter relationship among
and
the servicemen
8 p. m., at Christian be a participating
Plans now are to have State JoAnne Wilson. Mrs. Jasper White and Mrs. Ver.non member in a church which met school boards, superintendents

Senator B. C. Pearce as guest Haines of the Flagler Wom.ans In only one building. However: and teachers.
speaker, however, President LOCAL STUDENTS Club are In charge of this: there is only one Saviour who 1 isJesus Four' mothers with children inschool

George Clegg reports that In the TALENTED I program, and It is active all duroIng Christ our Lord, and weneed attended the meeting asvisitors

event the current session on reapportionment TEEN SEARCHTen ; the year. ; to be keenly aware of theproper : Mrs. Ria Johnson, Mrs.
in Tallahasse pretty girls, called "Carol1! Tie Red Cross also helps Inmany : relationship with other Barbara Cody Mrs. Doris Tucker

goes into the week of March 141 Comets," were the first to enterthe emergencies, such as hur.ricane because of this. and Mrs. J. W. Robinson.

Senator Pierce may not be abl Daytona Beach District Tal.ented disaster, fires and manyother Christianity is not an islandwhich Tie board approved the school

to make this meeting. In tha Teen Search, according toGeorge < phases. allows itself to become calendar for the 1966.67 school
, meeting would prob Koehnke president ofthe chairmen for thecounty < year. Also:
case the F. Area drive ,Isolated from the mainstream of;
ably be postponed one week. Talented Teen Foundation include: Bimini, Mrs.Sammy life, but it is keenly sensitive to< -Approved architect's plans
Farm Bureau members are which conducts the contest. Bertha; St. Johns Park,, Its obligations in the local com.munity. for a new library building and

urged to watch their mail for the The Search, sponsored bj. Mrs. Walton Kinney; Haw Creek, It shares a fellowship administrative suite. The board,

meeting notice for a final con ntgomery Ward store, will of. Mrs. Dick Cody; Espanola, Mrs because: of Christ. Whether wi however, postponed starting con-

firmation on this if by chance fer a three-week Europe tour andother Wm. Patrick; Korona, Mrs. So.phie be worker or boss, teacher orpreacher struction on this until financing

Senator Pearce will not be able valuable prizes. The con.test Smilgieski; Flagler ,Beach,, homemaker or publicservant ma tters are better known. .

to be present. : Is open to all teen.agerswho Mrs. Jasper White and Mrs. Ver.non we all need to be sens!. -Accepted with regret the res.ignatlons
head'coach
are singers, dancers, musl.cians Haines; Marineland, Mrs. tive to the fact that our total of Bo Manuel,
at Bunnell High; Mrs. Inez
STATE PARK BOARD combos and novelty acts. Ace Drummond. life Is committed to Christ. "None
I Manuel and Geraldine Baughn.
There Is no entry fee and thepublic of us live to himself, and none
RECEIVES MONEY Is Invited to watch theshow Bunnell School of us dies to himself. If we live :

PARKThe free of charge. Auditions we live to the Lord. ." Ro.mans ..BAND PARENTS TO
BULOW
FOR will 1 start at 4 p. m. Wednesday, Band To Attend 1378. 'SPONSOR DONKEY
State Cabinet has released March 9, at the Montgomery

$3,000 to the State Park Ward: Mall, 1008 Volusia avenue, Contest PAPAYA FOUNDNEAR SKETBALL GAME

Board for archeological.excava. Daytona Beach. Singers mustbring 'District P ALA TXA Band Parents for Bunnell IUghSchool's

tion, research and Interpretationat own accompanist, dancers The Bunnell School Band, "TheBiggest "Biggest Little Band InDixie"
Plantation Ruins His. record. A piano and arecord The papaya or "tree melon" reoportedly
Bulow bring a Little Band In Dixie, aremaking
; will a Donkey
Bunnell. furnished. was found first in the sponsor
ttorlc Memorial near player will be to attend the Dis-
plans
Bill Miller their en. U. S. apparently wild on the St..Tohn's Basketball Game on Saturday
Director should pick up
Jack.
Parks Teams be held in
State I trict Contest to evening, March 19, at the Bun.nell .
said the work will be performedby try blanks right away, at Wardsrecord I sonville Saturday March 12. River near Palatka and I School Gym. Game time will
Museum in and fashion was: even more abundant nearwhere
the Florida State department This will be the concert divl.sion .
Is located. be at 7:30.Donations:
Sanford now
Gainesville.The department. of the District Contest forSchool
will be used by theBand
project Is part of a $25,000 embers[ of the "Carol's Com Bands. The band members The exact date when papayaswere

construction project to preservethe ets ,are: Baton Twirlers-Virginia wlll leave at 5:30: Saturday introduced into Florida Isunknown. The public Parents Is for Invited the Band to attend.I'r' Fund..
site .
old sugar mill at the morning for Jacksonville.
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TWO THE FLAGLER TRIBUNE, BUNNELL, FLORIDA Thursday, March 10, 1966


Glamorize Spring GardeningBy March Plentiful Foods I I The third week in March is I include your favorite egg disheson

I March menus.PETERSON. ......
National Rice Week and 1966
Alma Warren By Alma Wanen j i ,

GrapefruitBy has been declared International
Asst. Extension Editor Asst. Extension E ditor i i! I
Rice year. TEXACO

Broiling The spring gardening season Peanuts and peanut butter top I I I 'The March 1965 farm prices SERVICE

I'Is almost here. the March Plentiful Foods list.I'I of eggs was the lowest since ROAD SERVICE

Florida grapefruit, now plentiful I With it will come a new startan The huge supply of peanuts is a I! 1941. Retail prices should be attractive I I I Light Mechanic' W.rk
and at its peak of flavor and
opportuunity to have a fine result of the 1965 record production to shoppers. Be sure to Phone 437.3441 3unnell
perfections' adds a sparkling taste garden and to out
try some new of 2,490 million pounds. I, _
A w
I -
treat for meal. NOTICE flVIJEH FICTITIOUSLAW
I any ideas Jim
says Stephens, vegetable
,4, Besides serving-It in its original crops specialist, Florida Other plentifuls include rice I j I NOTICE IS HfcjnEB NAME GIVEN that Af.I'KR IN TUB CIRCUIT COUNTY.COl'IlT K1.0UIDA.OF

state, well-chilled and cut Agricultural Extension Service. eggs, potatoes, prunes and prune ,,I the undersigned desiring to engage IN CIIANCi ICY NI .-52ib
in business under the fictitiousname
in half, home economists with 1 To get off to a good start, first Juice and fresh oranges, according i j:I of PANTUY PRIDE, in the GEORGE A. MASSAHO Plaintiff, ,
of intends to
to home economists with the County Flagler resistor vs.JM4'RT'IJOYCE.
the Florida Agricultural Exten (I
t plan your garden on paper. Take | said name with the Clerk of MASSARO.
Florida Agricultural Extension the Circuit Court of Flagler County. -
sion Service offer interesting Defendant.
soil samples for a soil test. Treat I j Florida. NOTICE' DEFEND
I
suggestions to'glamorize it and your soil to control nematodes : Service. I FOOD FAIR STORES INC., THE STATE OF FLORIDA, TO:
Irish potato stocks reached a a Pennsylvania corporation JANKT JOYCE MASSAHO
dress it up. and other soil pests. If the soil I 7000 N. W. 32nd AvenueMiami I 143 High Street
record this Bake Florida 33147.
To glamorize grapefruit, broil test shows a need for it, lime near year. some I ARONOVITZ, ARONOVITZ & I Perth Amboy notified New Jersey that a
You hereby
in foil for first are
grapefruit halves until golden. your soU.Unless. your spring"cookout ; HAVERFIELD, suit has been filed against you in
Attorneys for Registrant
the above entitled cause; and you
bubbly with any one of several you try these early 1117 City National Bank Building: ,, are hereby required to file your

toppings-a spoonful of orange good gardening practices, you'll A ve>iy good quality orange!I[ 25 Miami west, Florida Flagler 33130 Street answer with the Clerk of thereof this Court.
and to upon
serve a copy
marmalade, a butter brown, sugarcoated never,know how much they pay crop Is sendour out large sup. March 3-10-17-24-Uc the plaintiff or plaintiffs attorney,
mixture plies of this delicious fruit to 1 I whose name and address is:
pecan a off, says Stephens. RAY SELDEN
sprinkling of cinnamon-sugar, Liven up your gardening by I markets despite of some freeze : O. F. ALPORD Selden Building
Beach, Floridanot
country link sausage, or bits of trying something new and dif damage in Florida. Shipments I I Registered later Daytona than April 2. A. D., 1966.
bacon. are seasonally heavy. If you fall to do so. decree pro
chopped ferent. "One of the I
enjoymentsof I
conteaao will be entered against
Dress up grapefruit for dessert. I gardening Is the opportunity Prunes and prune Juice avail. I Real Estate Broker bill for the relief demanded in the
of complaint. The nature of
able in
For a spicy, hot grapefruit:gent. to experiment, without costly results large quantities, can give.I Bunnell FloridaMJWAVwwvwuwvwy said milt being for divorce.
in of failure" that added sparkle to breakfast. I ..... WITNESS my hand and Heal of
ly toss grapefruit sections and case Stephenssays. I said Court this 23rd day of February

sliced pitted dates with grape I I "."..rl.............""......."................NJ'J'rI\ (Official. A. D.Seal, 1966.) E. A. SMYTHE

fruit Juice seasoned with cinnamon For example, try new kinds Clerk of said Circuit Court
FOR ALL HOURS-DAY OR NIGHT By Julia It. Harvey,
brown sugar, and grated and varieties of vegetables. Of Deputy Clerk

lemon rind. Bake uncovered at course, It is best to grow varieties Mar. 3-10.17.24-Uc

350 degrees for 30 minutes.., Scat recommended for Florida, but AMBULANCE IN TUB COURT OF COUNTY

ter chopped pecans on top before leave room in your garden for PHONE VAlley 4 1625 JUI1GK COUNTY IN FLORIDA.AND FOR FIAGLEIl IN' PRO-

serving. new unknown varieties. Get a SERVICE BATH. No. SOS

Fresh grapefruit salads are seed catalog and look for the ST. AUGUSTINE, FLORIDA IN Estate RE: of JOSEPH Z. GEPPERT,

sure to please. Juicy, tangy unusual. Does rhubarb grow well Never be hesitant about calling a Garcia Ambulance. We NOTICE Deceased TO CREDITORS
grapefruit segments gently in your garden? Plant some and Pursuant to Section 735.06. Florida
I are always at your service with promptness, safety. and Statutes notice is hereby given
tossed with crispy green salads see. You may discover an exciting that an order has been entered by
1 experience. this I Court administrationof
tossed with crispy salad greens addition to your gardening the estate c allS Z. GEP

make for an unbeatable combi pleasure.In PERT as unnecessary. Kindly govern
Equipped With Oxygen Resusitator and Inhalator yourself accordingly.
nation. First Publication: Feb. 24, 1966
1946 the Florida Marine /sT.. K. MCKNIGHT
Nothing is more refreshingand I Garcia Funeral Home County Judge.
Welcome Station at Fernandina Feb. 24-March: 3-10.17-.4tc
nutritious than
a freshly
squeezed glass of grapefruit Juice I Beach hosted more than 2600 P. E. GARCIA, Licensed Funeral Director IN' Tim CIRCUIT COURT OF

anytime. Try it. It will give youa southbound people in over 800 I LADY ASSISTANT FLAGL.KR CHANCERY COUNTY NO. 5233 FLORIDAIN
southbound boats. Katherine Elaine Elchler.
lift. __,,- a Plaintiff,
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; -A ; ; John Bruno Elchler
THAT GUI SUftt DRWCS I WEAR UE'c S POTATO.. HES PRESIDENT OF A Defendant.
MECHANIZED FARMING A BEMJTIFUU CAR.I HEAR WWATVJ" HE DO BESIDES' BIG COFFEE COMPANY. NOTICE TO DEFEND
I ME GOT IT USED,AND MAKE SUCK USED WORKED HIS WAI FROM THE STATE OF FLORIDA. TO:
Florida farmers now have I AT 8W16T fR l FROM CAR BU'S rr a TUB GROUNDS UPj i it JOHN BRUNO EICHLERco
John R. Eichler
more than $400 million investedin j KRANTZ c c 109 Hamburg Turnpike
farm machinery, including r, Bloomlngdale, New Jersey
MOTORS c You are hereby notified that a
74,820 tractors. The total num. suit has been filed against you In
the above entitled and
cause; you
ber of farm tractors in the state are hereby answer

has increased an average of 8.2 with the ktoorlhr.o'gO t,
and to serve a copy thereof upon
per cent each year since 1959 the plaintiff or plaintiffs attorney,
whose name and address is:
and continued increases
seem ANTHONY J. GREZIK
assured. I 326 S. Grandvlew Avenue
Daytona Beach, Floridanot
later than March 19, A. D. 1966.
.a If you fall to do so. decree pro
confesso will be entered againstyou
for the relief demanded in the
bill of complaint. The nature of
said suit being for divorce.
WITNESS my hand and seal of
said Court this 9th day of Febru-

1bfnct.IDSef)66.
A. SMYTHE
r Clerk of said Circuit Court
By Julia R. Harvey
Deputy Clerk
Feb. 17-24 & Mar. 3-20-4tc

IV: CIRCUIT COURT OF TIIR
SEVENTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT IV'
t AND: FOR FLAGLRR COUNTY.
FLORIDA IV: CIIANCKRY. NOTICE
OF M'IT. CHANCERY: NO. 3237
MARLENE A. POKORNEY
Plaintiff,

._ I- Use Diazinon. ; JAMES J. POKORNEY.VII. Defendant.

ORDER OF PUBLICATION
IN THf NAME 01 THE STATE
\ It controls OF FLORIDA:
foliage insects TO: JAMES J. POKORNEY. whose
residence Is unknown however -
his last known mailing
in address Is: 48 Paumanake Avenue -
vegetables Babylon New York
iTuU.u8re hereby required to file
Clerk of this Court your
answer to the Bill of Complaint

even when your crop is filed above herein entitled against cause on you or in before the

the 21st day of March. A. D., 1966

under stress. and OSSINSKY!serve a& co GEORGE, plaintiffs upon

attorney, herein whole address Is

toneNBeachIFlorida.. Avenue"The Flagler
Tribune" l Is hereby designated as
ieiinlwipaPerJn! which this order
published once a week for
iAT011 ,' 1) week" HEREIN
NOT OR A DECREE PRO
Your potato or other vegetable plants unprotect your crop close to harvest.. .without CONFESSO WILL, BE ENTERED
dergo stress whenever there is too much residue problems. AGAINST URE. YOU FOR SUCH FAIL-

or too little water,heat,or nutrients.The/re So for fully effective foliage insect con Pjinatur. of this suit ia a bill

also weakened when you disturb them by trol throughout the season, use Diazinon. Bunnn 11ESFlagler''i County Florida,

cultivating or transplanting. Thus stress Order Diazinon this lUh day of
SOW (wettable powder), 1966 February A.D.,

"- can occur at any time. or Diazinon AG500 (emulsifiable concen (Official Seat EMIL A. SMYTHE'

Insecticides which work systemically by trate), from your supplier today. A Flagler I erk County Circuit Florida Court

plant absorption are known not to be effi And write us for your free copy of the By Julia R. Harvey. Clerk

0.{ cient under such conditions. But,what will brand-new 1966 Diazinon Handbook. It Feb. 17-24 & Mar. 3-10 Deputy-4to3HlagUr

definitely work Is Diazinon insecticide tells you how to use. Diazinon to protect

,c with its fast contact action. more than 30 different vegetables from iIIlle Sribun

Dfazinon works every time you spray it both foliage and soil Insects.It .

kills aphids,leaf minersand wide range Geigy Agricultural Chemicals, Divisionof DUNNELL FLORIDA

of other foliage insects. Even those kinds Geigy Chemical Corporation, Saw Mill MRS. M B.

of insects which may have become resist .River Road, Ardsley, New York 10502. FULLER Editor

ant to some other Insecticides. What's Dednated newap "r far all
"
\ more, the "staying power" of Diazinon Geigy Legal Ad.ertlelat

/ provides control thats' long enough to cut CUATOU Of CHIMKAU K*MOOT IN Entered
M second clue matter
your spraying expenses yet allows you to Diazinon once February at 6. His. at the po.t-
Bunnell. Florida under
Act .f March 3. 18TPAGE


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Thursday, March 10, 1966 THE FLAGLER TRIBUNE, BUNNELL., FLO .. AGE THREB
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ers, ferns, mosses, shrubs, vines i Holly, a dogwood, an air plant, morsel of food. I I But at their best, laws can't
Gardening In Florida and trees growing on another's a wild orchid, or a score or so The pitcher plant mentionedIn do everything. Neither the lawor
(By Herrtr Shop) land, without permission.It's of other plants, contact your local a recent column is considereda nature, nor the man-made law
flowersare for nurseryman or buy the landon rare plant and is taboo for
Stealing kisses and also a $20 to $100 fine has arrested the disease that has
Interesting hobbles. hauling the restricted plants on which the plants are growing.If I plant pickers. So, if you desire I
However, teeth are the limitations a highway. The same fine applies the cost of the deed Is too |I to raise a bug-eating plant, be almost ravaged the Florida tor-
of both. if you sell stolen native I high, try getting written permission I sure it's acquired by legal rey tree into extinction.
Dental experts say that one is plants. I from the land owner, because means. However, the intent of the law
detrimental to molars, while The law permits college professors I most lawmen won't accept I The redbud, the trailing arbutus I Is good. It is aimed at keepingour
flower lovers have put new teeth and other scientific I a verbal "OK" unless they hear the yellow jasmine, the state the Land of Sunshineand
Into the flower stealing law. groups who are interested in pre it spoken by the owner. J celestial lily, the Florida yew, Flowers in the eyes of natives
Since the law of averages takes serving wild plant life to collect' All native palms, except the and the sea lavender are among and tourists.
care of the success of the human plant materials for research pur cabbage palmetto, are protected. the other plants that are protected -
Our earlier tourists were Spanish
activity, let's take a look at !the poses. I However, the law of averages by the 1965 statutes.
who were amazed at the
law that takes care of the flow The law also permits licensed says that gardeners won't have Folks who know predict that
plants they found. The T-Model
nurserymen to grow native plantsfor the stamina to harm this tree. within 10 years the law will haveto
I
driving tourist of the twenties
ers.The Legislature says that It sale, if the original stocksare I Most Individuals will buy a mess be expanded to Include other
also
saw an abundance of rare
Is now a mlsdemanor to pick, secured in a legal manner. I I of swamp cabbage before they plants that become scarce as
pull, cut, break, or Injure flow. So, if you desire an American i I will break their back stealing a time goes by. plants.

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Animal Science students According will to viewexperimental Wakeman: the 1P

least-cost feed I !
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Students On Tour analysis at the West Central 20,000

Animal science students at the Florida Experiment Station, I -I-
University of Florida will get a Brooks vl lie r
first-hand look at 10 top Florida -Lykes Brothers contract feedlot T VALVE STAMP
cattle ranches and wind up their Brooksville
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citruus processing at
tour at Kissimmee's annual Sil pulp
ver Spurs Rodeo during Feb. 18. Pasco Packing Co., Dade City NO OBLIGATION-NOTHING TO BUY
-fertilizer, cattle and tree

20.The 35 Block and Bride Club operations erals, Mulberry of International Min THIS IS HOW IT WORKS
members will view prominent
-production.tested purebredbeef
cattle operations, pasture during, feeding their and 700-mile horse herd at W. H. Stuart Brah Receive .800 FREE Top Value Stamps
man Ranch, Bartow
swing around the state, accordIng Saver
to club president Bill Ben. -cow.calf operations at Doyle by saving and having cashier stamp
i Carlton and Ben Hill Griffin'sPeach :

nett."This will be an educationaltrip I River ranches, Wachula coupons as they come out each week.
'' -stocker.steers at Marvin
to side expand of animal the student's science applied by 'I'Kahn Ranch, SebringImprovedpasture Save ((8)) coupons in 10 week period Coupon
program
actual operations," said
viewing Don L. Wakeman, who will be at Sanford Hart Ranch, Avon ending Apr. 30 66. If you have saved
Park Cut out and have the
assisted by Drs. J. W. Carpenterand
J. F. Hentges during the cattle-purebred at R. D. Keene Santa Ranch Gertrudis, Kls- ((8)) coupons stamped by cashier then cashier stamp coupon,
three-day tour.
!I slmmee-quarter horses and cow.calf you will receive 800 FREE T. V. stamps and save ((8) in 10 week

WANT ADSListings Partin operation Ranch on ,range Kissimmee.land at II. O and be eligible for the GRAND period.


GUIDE TO GOOD DRAWING for 20,000 stamps. I 1st COUPON No. 3

! 3 cents a under word:!this each heading Insertion.are NURSING HOMES Prize ( I ) 10,000.2nd ((3)) 1500. 3rd ((5)) Void after Mar. 14, '66
75 cents Is the minimum charge
Within a year's time you'll be
1000.4th ((5)) 100.
I NEW 5-piece dinette, $39.50. able to choose a nursing home
Used single beds complete from
with the same degree of assurance
$9.50 up. Jerry's Furniture and that you choose a hospital,
Appliances, Old Dixie Highway, according t o the February, 1966 LEAN (Fresh) BOSTON BUTT
2 miles south of Korona. Times, the
issue of Changing

2 4373752.miles south Mar.of Korona.10-Itc Klpllnger Magazine.On PORK ROAST lb. 59LEAN
January 1, the accrediting
FOR SALE-3 bedroom home, programs of the American Medical
nicely furnished, spacious Association and the American MEATYPORK
' grounds; near fishing. $6,500 Hospital Association were
\ cash. Call after 4 p. m., 4392022. merged to provide a single set
: Mar. 10-1 tc of nationwide standards. STEAKS Ib. 65
What can you expect from a
FOR RENT-2-bedroom trailer at
nursing home accredited under
Flagler Beach, $43 a month. Call
439.2160 Tuesday through Sun the new standards? A staff that FLAVOR AGED (U. S. Choice) CLOSED TRIMMED .
includes a qualified administrator

day, 2 to 4 p. m. Mar. 10-tfc I I a, at dentist least on.two an physiciansand advisory POT ROAST Ib. 55'

FOR SALE-Breakfast set, $12. basis, a full-time registerednurse
Bathroom lavatory, $6. Phone licensed nurses on duty
4392093. Mar. 10-Itc 24 hours a day, a dietician, anda (BONELESS ROLLED CHUCK ROAST lb. 79c)
housekeeping staff separate
HOUSE FOR SALE-CBS construction from the nursing staff. FLA. GRADE "A" (Family Pkg.) PAN READY
3 bedrooms, 2 baths,
Services must include a physical 5 LB.
large Florida room, 2-car carport 89
checkup by a physician with CUT-UP FRYERS 1
2 air conditioners
six ((6) lots, in 48 hours of admittance and BAGU.
corner of Palmetto and
at least; once a month thereafteras
Lambert. Phone 437.3215 after
well as laboratory and diagnostic
4 p. m. Jan. 20 tf services as required, a S. CHOICE (Flavor Aged) Standing FLAVOR AGEDCHUCK

FILL DIRT-Call MartTrTlIardingfor nursing care plan for each patient lb. lb.
fill dirt and top soil. Phone ; proper diets; preventiveand RIB ROAST 93e STEAK 59C
4373669. Jan 13-TFC rehabilitative care and con
tinuing programs to meet social WESTERN (Select) WORLD'S BEST

\:1 Call Furnished Harris apartment Appliances,for 4373367.rent.tf. and Moreover spiritual, nursing needs of homes patients.must BEEF LIVER lb. 4ge GROUND BEEF 3 :for; 4T39
Dec. 23-
1. have written agreements with

1 FOR SALE. LEASE. OR RENT hospitals to provide for the transfer Flo-Cane (Fla. Prod.) CHASE & SANBORN PET (Tall)
of to when
and patients hospitals
2-bedroom Florida room
o (Reg. or Drip)
carport beach house unfurnished. necessary.The SUGAR CANNED
Hurricane fence encloses Commission will look Into COFFEE
the physical plant and equip CREAM
back yard. Call 4373472. 2-10-tf 5 lb.
ment of nursing homes seeking 3ge Ib.
COX's, UPHOLSTERY, Bunnell, accredited status..Their facilities BagLimit TinLimit 4ge Can.
Fla Hwy. 11, will pick up and must be uncrowded, safe and 7 99 g
deliver all furniture free. For sanitary. Once granted, accreditation ((1)) with 5.00 or (1)) with 5.00 or
sample material and prices on will last for three years- more food order more food order Limit (7)) please
labor call 4373673. 7-1-tf but the home can be resurveyed

SEPTIC TANK cleaning; drain at any time. KRAFT MIRACLE Ever fresh (Twin-Pkg.) Everfresh (Reg. Size)

fields Installed; snail shell. Reasonable While it will take at least a POTATO POUND
prices. Call George Ja- year to survey and list those of WHIP CHIPS CAKES '
roz, ID 7.3410 8-1-tf the nation's 23,000 nursing
homes seeking the commission's '

JOHNSTON'SFLAGLER standards approval, further can be information obtained now on Qtr; SSe Twin Pkg. 4ge Ea. Zge

BEACH REALTY CO. by writing to the Joint Commission Limit (1) please Limit (2) please Limit (2) please
LOTS, HOMES, OCEAN FRONT, on !Accreditation of Hospitals
WATER FRONT, FARMS 201 E. Ohio street, Chicago WINTER GARDEN ((10 oz.) YELLOW
ACREAGE Illinois 60611.
3 Boxes
See us for your real estate needs BAG ONIONS Pkg.j5c: .
Office Phone HE 9.2242 I Florida's spring turkey hunting STRAWBERRIES 950
Residence Phones ID 7.3691 season is for males only. j.
ID 7.3517 YELLOWBANANAS OSAGE .(2/ Can)
or I I Hens are protected and only GOLDEN
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H. CRAIG Funeral Director
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JOHN CAPO. Manager TOP
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:, I Books Are My DishBy FLAGLER BEACH SCHOOL
HONOR ROLL SUPERMARKET

4TH SIX WEEKS
Dorothy Homans
312 MOODY BLVD., FLAGLER BEACH, FLA.
Grade Becky Anderson, Patty
Thanks to Ethel White who
Reynolds, Cheryl Hoskins, Pat Store Hours: Monday, Tuesday, Wednesday, Thursday, Sat.-8:30 A. M.-7 P. M.
brought over to the Flagler I McCraney, Jon Wilder, Alan Friday: 8:30 A. M.-9 P. M. Sunday: 10 A. M.-6 P. M.
Beach Public Library this week'scopy Zamba.

of the Post containing the Grade 4-Rodney Law, Dale COMPARE PRICES COMPARE QUALITY
first installment of A. Hochner's Johnson, Mike Abbott, Elizabeth
Carson, Cherri Hanna, Peggy

to"Papa use report far Hemingway's Hemingway it to is Hemingway good famous,and I fans am true phrase.On able thatso to. Thomas.Reynolds Grade 5,-Jackie Debbie Robinson Meekins,, Con.Pam I Lyke s Smoked Picnics i i -6-8Ib.-. IL III. 45

nie McDanIel, Thea Heln, Jack
the same day (and we hope
Rawlins, Tracy Prevatt, Ralph
Mrs. White brings along the (PLUS 100 FREE GOLD BOND STAMPS)-Limit 1 PleaseU.
other installments which we will Abraham. I.
& Sue Ellen Seale,
Grade -
bind into a book for our readers)
Stella Weaver, Mike Rawlins,
Mrs. lent us Milt Mach
Bigelow I Hutcheson. S. CHOICE FLAVOR AGED' ,
lin's "The Private Hell of Hem. Wayne
ingway." It is his thesis that SIRLOIN
all Hemingway's life was governed DINNER'PLANNED BY
by a mysterious tragic METHODIST MENThe CLUB TEAK lb 1 1.09

something that led to his death Flagler Beach MethodistMen's T.BONE .
by his own hand.The paper back I I
Club will have a sauerkraut -
cover has a picture of Heming
and spareribs dinner on
way looking abused and discour !I St. Patricks Day, March 17. They U. S. CHOICE-FULL CUT COPELAND'S ALL MEAT
aged. The Post has several will be serving from 5 to 7 p. m. ROUND 12 oz.

charming Hemingway and amusing having a sketchesof wonder. METHODIST CHURCH NEWS STEAK lb. 98'FRANKS Pkg. 49

ful time. Over them the caption
"Recalling the Rich and Roaring Church School time is 9:45a. U. S. CHOICE FLAVOR AGED RANGER SMOKED
Life that was his own best m. and morning worship at
CHUCK
story." You muust not miss the 11 o'clock, with Rev. Reynold N. STEAK lb. 6S SLAB BACON lb.65'U.
episode of Legs Diamond's girl Hoover, minister.
friend. Somerset Maugham could Methodist Youth Fellowship

not top that. Nor the marvelousday meets each Sunday evening at S. CHOICE FLAVOR AGED FLA. GRADE "A" Ib.
at the races. Machlin attempted 6:30: p. m.
SHOULDER FRYER
the impossible. He was STEAK 79" PARTS SSS"SMALL :
determined to prove that Hem F. B. GARDEN CLUB
ingway's life was hell. No writer TO HAVE GAMES PARTY
worth his salt or would.be writ. TOMORROW NIGHT SLICED LEAN & MEATY
er would swallow that. Not with SMOKED

all those books to his credit. The Flagler Beach Garden PICNICS Ib.59 SPARE RIBS lb. 69'i
Club will sponsor a games party

HOOVERS TO BE tomorrow evening, March 11, at __ _____ -____ _
7:15: p. m. at the Sun & Sea
HONORED SUNDAY Manor. Everyone is invited to 100 FREE Gold Bond Stamps with Purchaseof

Church The Flagler will unveil Beach a plaque Methodist hon attend. 4 lbs. 100% Pure Lean Ground Beef

oring Rev. and Mrs. Reynold There are over 700,000 veteransnow
Hoover next Sunday, March 13, living permanently in Flor
immediately after worship servo ida. This compares with 250,000 PET EVAPORATED Supreme-Asst'd Flavors FLO-CANE

ice. The plaque will be placedin I in 1946, the Veterans Administration SCOOP
the new church building. reports. MIL SUGARVz
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Co.ANNOUNCES
Scott Asstd. Colors Noxzema Scotties-200 ct
TOWELS ........................Ea. 29c SHAVE BOMB 6/4 oz. Can 540 TISSUES ......................Pkg. 2Sc

Scott-Family 60 ct. Reynolds Aluminum 18 Food
NAPKINS ..................2 for 29c FOIL ................ Reg. Roll 29c STRAW.oz. PRESERVES King ........39c

Waldorf Toilet 300 Van Camp: 24
TISSUE ..........4 Boll Pkg. 29C PORK & BEANS..6 for 97c SYRUP oz. Alaga............................BU. 450

The Opening of Its Flagler Branch Store at 319 Scott 300 BUSH BLACKEYE No. 2 3'Dlamonds
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PLACE MATS .Pkg. 39c P E A S..S for 1 Slic. PINEAPPLE ......4 for 100
Moody Blvd., Flagler Beach
Scott-100 ft. 303 Saxet Cut Green Ib.
Vi Lipton
PLASTIC WRAP ..........Ea. 29c BEANS ......................;3 for \OQ TEA ............................Pkg. ygc
MR. JOHNNY J. SEALE, Mgr.
Scott-Pkg. of 50 21/z Osage 48 ct Lipton
PLASTIC BAGS ..........Ea. 29C PEACHES ..................3 for 79c TEA BAGS ..................Pkg. 590Motf

We Offer You a Complete Line of 10 oz. Everfresh 12 oz. LA RUTA Apple
POTATO CHIPS ... ...Pkg. Sgc CORNED BEEF ............Ea. 4Sc JUICE..........................Qt 29c
BUILDING SUPPLIES, PEN and MASURY PAINTS
Wash. Red for FROZEN FOODS BAKERYDelicious
TITLE I HOME IMPROVEMENT LOANS APPLES 13 89C Singleton Breaded Everfresh

SHRIMP 10 oz. Pkg. 590
NUTONE ELECTRIC and GAS Fresh'N CARROTS 2 lb. 25c POUND CAKE..Ea. 29C
CrispySweet Bag Master Chef French
BUILT-IN APPLIANCESPhone FRIES ......2 Ib. Pkg. 39c Everfresh

IulqrK ORANGES 5 Ib. 39' Kraffs Velveeta BREAD
Bag CHEESE 2 Ib. Pkg. 99c 4 20 oz. Loaves
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With this coupon and your:5 With this coupon and your::- With this coupon and your
purchase of 1112 01. Lipton In. purchase of one (1)) "Formula I purchase of one (1) 4 Jar
oz.
BROWN & BROWN INC. stant Tea. 44c. 409" Cleaner 89e. :. Coffee Pream 29c.
Coupon Expires Saturday : Coupon Expires Saturday, .=
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INSURANCE I 100 Extra 100: 50 EXTRA :
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OUR PHONE NUMBER IS GOLD BOND STAMPS : GOLD BOND STAMPS : GOLD BOND STAMPS
1 \ With this coupon and yourpurchase I With this coupon and your I With
this
of one 7 oz. bottle"Mennen" : purchase of 4 Ibs. Golden Ripe: coupon and your
Skin Bracer. Bananas. purchase of 4 Ib. Pkg. 100%
437-3394 I
I pure Ground Beef.
Coupon Expires Saturday : Coupon Expires Saturday ::-
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Tommy Kahlert G. C.'. Own CHICKENEach

Mr. and Mrs. W. C. Bobbins,: Promoted Rank of Captain To The -

Deen road, Bunnell, announce L LU.
the engagement and approaching' Thomas A. Kahlert, the son of Each
marriage of their daughter, Anna Mr. and Mrs. A. W. Kahlert of $119

Merle, to Harold Lee Hoff, son of Bunnell, Fla., has been promoted "
Mr. and Mrs. Charles Hoff, 12730 I to the rank of captain in the

S. W. 20th street, Miami. I ROTC unit at Gordon Military S. D. A. Choice "BONELESS" TOP
Both attended Bunnell High College.
School. Anna is employed at.the Rank in the Cadet Corps at

Bunnell Restaurant and Coffee Gordon is achieved by academicand ROUND STEAK IbM
Shop. Hoff served with the U. ;S. military progress of the individual ggcu.

Army overseas and he is service cadet.
One of this country's best
with the Bunnell Timber -
manager
I S. D. A. Choice
Company. known military institutions, Gordon

The wedding is planned for is a six year school with: BONED &
March 18, the time and place to four years preparatory and two
be announced later. years of college. Founded i in ROLLED ROMP ROAST Ib. 8gc
1852, it is an Honor School witha
Senior ROTC unit operated un
Bunnell WSCS
der the Department of the Army
Has Book Study
Program.
And LuncheonThe CHOICE JUICY Lean Western CENTER CUT
Bunnell Womans Societyfor Bunnell Methodist

Christian Service of the Bun Womans Society Attends CUBE STEAK PORK
nell Methodist Church had a District Meeting CHOPS

book study, "Acts Then and
Bunnell Meth
Seven from the
Now," Wednesday of last I lb.
and
odist Womans Society for Christian 8 lb.
week. l 0 73e
I Service attended the district I
Those on the program Included
meeting in the Community Methodist -
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Mrs. Lloyd --
Mrs. William Deen, I
Church of Daytona Beach]
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Robertson, Mrs. George Clegg,
Cordell Robertson, Mrs. William last Tuesday. LYKES "Sugar Creek" SMOKED
Mrs. Those attending were: Rev. ((6-8 lb. Avg.) SLICED FREE
Mrs. Oliver Taylor
Fryman and Mrs. Oliver Taylor; Miss Lucille
Miss Lucille Walker, Mrs. Walker, Mrs. William Fry-
Walter Cody, Mrs. Gordon Buckles <
PICNICS
and Mrs. Ed Zeller.At man, Mrs. Lloyd Robertson, Mrs. lb. 49OUR
Cordell Robertson and Mrs.
noon a covered dish luncheon
those at I George Clegg.
was enjoyed by
Mrs. Clegg was Installed as:
tending. Hostesses arranging for
district secretary of the Womans: Value 303 Can
Mrs. Helen
the luncheon were
Sullivan and Mrs. T. E. Holden. Society for Christian Service. TOMATOES 3 for 3ge MAXWELL HOUSE

They used a St. Patrick theme
Methodist Set COFFEEIlb.
for the decorations.
Swift'sP
Vacation Bible 12 oz. Can

Guests this week at the homeof School Dates REM .
Ea.49C
Mr. and Mrs. Walter Creal, Dates were set for the Summer 3ge
Mrs. A. G. Vacation Bible School at the
and
Francel Bunnell,,LaGrange were Dr. Ill. The Fran First Methodist Church of Bun Red & White Qt. Jar Limit 1 with $5.00 or more food order

eels were on their way to West nell. They were tentatively set i MAYONNAISE Ea.4ge
Palm Beach and Ft. Lauderdaleto for June 6 through 10. The dates Oak HillTOMATO 46 Can
visit other friends before re were set at a meeting of the oz.
Commission Education Sunday for
turning home. JUICE 3 9ge
afternoon.Mrs. .
CRISCO I
Guest of Mr. and Mrs. C. A. Kathy Knight was ap DAIRY SPECIAL _
director for the Bible
Riddell Sunday was her son, Joy pointed as
Sisco of Jacksonville. He also School this year. 3 lb. 58e Sunnyland lib. Solids
visited with his brother-in-law Tin for
and sister, Mr. and Mrs. C. O. DR. REYNOLDS OLEO Z 35e
Magee of Flagler Beach. ATTENDS MANY Limit 1 with $5.00 or more. food order

DENTAL COURSESDr. FROZEN J FOODS -
Boyd Robertson, student at the Allen Reynolds has attend.
University of Florida in Gainesville ed several dental courses in re FRESH PRODUCE Snow' "WHOLE" 20 oz. Pkg.

spent the past weekend cent weeks. He was in Orlandotwo STRAWBERRIES Ea.
with his parents, Mr. and Mrs. days attending the courses Bag Each 59CMueller'
Cordell Robertson.Mr. sponsored by the Orange County
''bBag
Dental Society. One day was APPLES 4 39*
and Mrs. O. D. Robertsonare periodontal surgery and conservative "OLD FASHIONED"
spending this week in Bax- method of treatment. They Fancy No. 1 SWEETPOTOTOES '

ley, Ga., visiting with Mrs. Rob were given by leaders of Florida '"" NOODLES
ertson's sister, Mrs. George and governmental dentistry. tOe
Moody. They are visiting with They dealt with health insurance 8 oOPi.g. tOe
their brother, Arthur Mercer, who programs, Head Start and Sunkist C.I

is a patient in a Macon hospital. the U. S. Public Health. The LEMONS Doz. Limit ((2) with food order
purpose of the courses is to improve 39c

Mrs. H. H. Murray, Mrs. Hazel communications and coordinate .
Holland, Mrs. Wilda Hargett and plans for the future. -
Mrs. Myrtle Rice attended a Delta lie also was in Daytona Beach --
Kappa Gamma area meetingin for a lecture on "The Management .
Leesburg last Saturday. Mrs. of Child Dental Patients"and 50 100 50
Frances Wadsworth, who is alsoa also "Full Denture Tech. N
member, was not able to nique."
attend.F. with coupon & purchase 'with coupon & purchase with coupon & purchaseof
BETTE McDANIEL of ((1)) BROOM or of (1) 1/2 Gal. 409 (1)) 12 oz. Mug Zephyr

W. Tingley is a patient in HOSTESS TO THE MOP LIQUID CLEANER PEANUT BUTTER
Halifax Hospital for treatment FINESSE CLUB Coupon Void After Coupon Void After Coupon Void After
following a heart attack. Mrs. Bette McDaniel was hostess Monday, March 14, 1966 Monday, March 14, 1966 Monday, March 14, 1966
to the Finesse Bridge Club

Mr. and Mrs. Brady Wads. at her home Wednesday evening.
worth and family of Jessup, Ga., Mrs. Mary Gurnee was high
spent the past weekend here scorer for the evening.The .
visiting with relatives. They were next meeting will be at
house guests of Mrs. Daisy the home of Mrs. Mary Bord-

Buckles. away.

Mrs. Marie West and children, Dance Following
Kathy and Buddy, spent last Intramural Game 'ill
weekend in Orlando visiting with Friday 'Evening
Mrs. Murtice Moody and daughters There is to be a dance Friday
lona and Nita. evening, March 11, after the intramural .
game. There will be a Phone 437-3227

Mr. and Mrs. N. A. Conner of band and no admission. OPEN SUNDAYS IIIIIIITIIIIITIIIITrI1mllhIIIIIIIIll1LIIlJl U.S. No. 1 BUNNELL
of Mr. Everyone welcome. At the 8:00 sum.-1:00 p.m.
Baxley, Ga., are guests
and Mrs. A. A. Wells. Flagler Beach Recreation Center. I Quantity Rights Reserved Prices Good March 10, 11, 12, 13, 14, 1966



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TURFGRASS-- CARE weeds are present. I are still the most common single How big is today's ornamental sales areas.
I
This plus the lack of effective cause of poisoning. With a little I industry in the state? I However growing plants In
MEANS USItyS 'tHEI
I' control measures for grass I extra effort, accidental poison, their individual containers
RIGHT HERBICIDE I i weeds in St. Augustine, centipede ings can be prevented. According to 1964 figures from causes special and "sometimes
the Florida Bureau of Plant Industry
being used I and bahia points up the Keep household products andmedicines I II I serious problems" of watering,
Turfgrasses ai\ I more than 10,883 acres
I need for safe, effective pre-emer- out of the reach of j i fertilizing,
lawns, I temperature control
more and more &$ JiOme I produced 331.7 million wood or
recreational sites barks, indus- i gence herbicides for control of children. I I' namentals."An and handling not common to
and I weeds in warm season turf Be sure that all products are field production.
trial areas Midway rights-
estimated 80-90 per cent
labeled.
of-way Increase. i s grasses. Clean out medicine cabinets at I of these were container-grown," Daily watering of the stock is
The Importance ty turfgrassesis I Dr. Joiner "Many industry I often and this
least twice a year, flushing your i says. I necessary prac-
also increasing f focause of the I Did You Pass the Test? old medications down the drain. leaders feel that the per cent of tice results in severe leaching
demand for betV quality by I I
I By Charles T. Woods, Jr. Destroy the containers. container-grown nursery stock under most circumstances.
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I I II
everyone.Dr.
will continue to increase." Because of this, Dr. Joiner
E. O. Burt, Associate turf I Chemical Information SpecialistThe I says
The specialist explains that the kind of media-the material
technologist with j\e state's Ag- "National Health Test"was
ricultural Experiment Stations, televised recently to an audience A Tin Can Started It All! advantages of container growingby used to grow the plant-is very
the industry include extend important. He It should be
explains that muQf1( progress has of millions and the nation By Ed Fisher says
the sales and selected to maintain
ing planting sea high water
been made In ronomlc and failed. I
a Asst Experiment Stations Editor sons, developing more attractive j relationships yet light enoughfor
chemical practice In relation to One of the questions In the TV
Besides field-grown nursery sales packages and making more easy handling within the
the actual care o>( tuft. test was: "Can prescription
crops, the number of potted flow- efficient use of production and / nursery.
He says one ,of tie big areas drugs be kept for a year or ering plants produced in Floridais
is Florida ------ ---
is herbicides whj h selectively more? The answer "No. increasing annually at a tree --- -

control establishes weeds Extension Safety Leader Ray mendous rate.Container .
"Control of ty bgrftss and Pettis points out "chances are,
goosegrass can V obtained by that even those who answered growing of nursery
using DSMA and plated organic I this correctly still have a crowded stock was on a limited scale [ LIMITED TIME ONLY Jj

arsenicals," said tft, Hurt. I medicine cabinet." How about from the beginning of 'the state's

He added that\ most of the l! you? Have you cleaned out your commercial nursery industry in
broadleaf weeds fan be con medicine cabinet in the last six 1881 until World War II.

trolled In zoysia, k rn1uda, centipede \ months? Can you read the label Then, according to Dr. J. N.

and bahia ty using 2, 4-D on every bottle you have hidden Joiner, associate horticulturistwith HARRIS APPLIANCESfor
and related phei\>ty herbicides. i away in that interesting jumble the state's Agricultural Ex-

At the moment however, there I of Jars and boxes? periment Stations, the wide

are no herbicide recommendedfor I There's more to this than Just spread use of industrial-size
the selective tyMroi of estab- being neat and orderly. Old med I number 10 cans by food processors
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Herbicides ab lied before I' 500,000 youngsters swallow I' available to nurserymen. Since rTh

weeds actually cofa up are gen- I things they shouldn't. Half the I the number 10 can introduction,
erally less likely to injure turf time medicines are involved. For. container growing has increased OREFUND

than those apptytyl after the I example, overdoses of aspirin I continually, Dr. Joiner says.
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Thursday, March 10, 1966 THE FLAGLER TRIBUNE, BUNNELL, FLORIDA
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unless it's discovered that the alone. One rather unusualuse $2.50 Yearly in Advance

(By H.rr Y Sharpe) bark on a prized ornamental is of planted pines, cedars and -- ---_ ____ '
rupturing. To the this ..__
neophj-te other trees by small suburban .
By Hervey Sharpe Editor could be an omen of a strangenew landowners is to cut down on I
Plants are like peopletheylose disease. landscaping costs, says Tony I II Announcement
their shapeliness by over Chances are the splitting barkis Jensen, forester with the Florida \

eating. not a new ailment, but the Agricultural Extension Service. I Tucker and Fearns
Attorneys at law
Most folks have excuses why aftermath of winter freezes. De. take great
they have bulged out of shape. layed death of plant branches In many areas of Florida today pleasure in announcing the opening of an office for

But plants can't talk. They don't also causes alarm. suburban size lots are restrictedto the General Practice of Law, on March 3, 1966, ,

have to. Look at the rain gauge Jack Frost's havoc may not more.a minimum Evergreen of plantings one acre can or Citizens Bank of Bunnell Building, 302 /> W. Moody
and you'll discover that the wet show until weeks Blvd., Bunnell Florida.
up or months help hold down landscapingcosts Telephone 437-3361. Initially \ ,
test season of the century has after the winds have the
chilling office
and add beauty to the prop- hours will be from 9 a. m. to 12 and
kept food In reach all win. r.
easy given to tropical breezes.
way 1 m. to 5
erty. p. p. m. Wednesdays and
Thursdays of
ter.Since If you're not sure of an ailment i
plants can't push away I on your plants, It's alwaysa \ As many as 600 trees can be each week. J j
from the table as people should, good Idea to check the symptoms grown on a quarter-acre of,
then assist them to reduce their with local ground when planted four feet .
your plant specialist ,
VT' "' '';1 ... -, ,- _
waistline. or county agent. Or you apart each way. Six hundred red ?
Training tender shoots to stayIn may send a plant specimen to cedars planted thus make an BUDDY KNOX i
line is like chastising a child, the Plant Pathology Department, ample supply of native Christ.
because it is easier to nip wild Agricultural Experiment Station, mas trees for the lot owner and YOUR ATLANTIC DEALER
activities in the bud at an early University of Florida, Gaines. his neighbors for many years to Bunnell Atlantic
age than correcting them when ville. come. Service Station
.
they become hardened offenders. Bougainvilleas Often a windbreak or screen Day Phone
Therefore find it easier to U. S. tiffiS; 437-3652
you'll planting Is desired around one Highway 1 ; )
pinch a bud than to wait and I I It's possible to find some of or more borders of the suburban LS Night Ph. 437-3944
these vines that flower almost
use the pruning saw.
acreage. An adaption of the REPAIR, REBUILD GENERATORS
Some hedge plants, crazy with any season of the year. But, if slash pine-red cedar windbreak AND STARTERS
growth, are putting on a Beatleact. i i your vine didn't put on a better sometimes used around Florida I CARBURETORS
They are sending up 'neck- show last season than the neigh.bar's crop-fields may be the answer 24 Hour Heavy Duty Wrecker Service
like, swaying shoots, then set. perhaps you had too heavya here. Three rows of slash pine
of leaves that hand in the fertilizer bag. --- -- .
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ting a canopy are ----- .
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are planted along the edge of --
as scraggly as a Beatle's wig. Bougainvilleas are very sensitive
the property at 8 x 8 foot spac-
the to nitrogn. Too much will
Prepare now to remove
ing. Two rows of red cedars are
24 HourWrecker
; give lush growth but few flow.
wig like growth, since it is more planted between the rows of Service
than likely a spring fad that
ers.Apply pine. The pines grow tall quick.
will not add to the beauty of the 'a light application of ly but shed their lower branches
I
) fertilizer this spring to insure
hedge. early. The cedars being shade
Lawns with a dull green color blossoms next season. tolerant will grow well under Flagler Truck & Tractor Co.
Another method to force flow.
will snap to life again with applications the pines.
of water and fertilizer. ering is to cut some of the plant MASSEY-FERGUSON
Your local County Agent or
Apply about 25 pounds of a 66.6 roots. With a garden spade- Grove. Farm. Industrial Equipment
Florida Forest Service Representative
fertilizer per 1,000 square feet of also known as an idiot stick-
grass. make three or four stabs into can give you additional VIRGIL DECKER Phone ID 7-3242

Sprinkle the food evenly over the ground around the plant information on planting for. Owner Bunnell, Florida
the lawn, then water in to pre. about 24 inches from the base. est trees.
vent the grass from being burned This plant torture method worksin -- -----
by the fertilizer. I about nine cases out of 10.

Often you can bring the green
color back to winter weary
lawns with two tablespoons of I' Many ReasonsFor
Iron sulphate to each gallon of
water applied as a spray. New SeedlingsToday

Spring Fever I tree seedlings are planted
Spring bursting out all over is on idle land for several r .1

mmaigiiaMHiMi

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School Board Member District 5 IficY


I QUALIFICATIONS:

A College Decree in Education

32 Years Teaching Experience-16 Yrs. in Bunnell r a y

Now a Member of Flagler County School Board


Your Vote and Continued Support
Will Be Greatly Appreciated
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same means oo blackened pota. ootnudged perfection and priceless peace of mind.
FLAGLER COUNTYI waDa, no wasted heat. 10 Now cheaper to use because 10
four kitchen stays cleaner and comrate cuts in 10 years have reduced the
Portably cooler. Automatic control average price paid per residential kilo-
am again placing my name before you to serve as prevent scorched food or boDovera.atthour 31%.

your County Commissioner from District 2 for *\ VM, In every way flameleaa electric See the modern electric ranges- in

another term. I want to thank you for your confidence -ut. .U your best bay for cooking otcrt.too-at your appliance dealer now.

in me for many years. Hoping I still merit

that confidence and support I remain,


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SENIOR CITIZENS ALCOHOLIC FIELD (Continued from page 1) year. The dollar Is now worth Unless properly run, a farm can-

44 cents, compared with the lose In a hurry because
MEETINGThe REPRESENTATIVEAPPOINTED money
SCHEDULE
Sweeny, 15, Centray Junior High; I
100% 1939 dollar.A real estate taxes must be paid
Flagler Senior Citizens I Cheri Nelson, 13, Father LopezJr.
Club will hold its next regular The Florida Alcoholic Rehabilitation High; Susan Kay, 13, Father creeping Inflation of pricesof yearly.
meeting Tuesday evening, March Program appointed its Lopez Jr. High; Nancy Simpson, many goods and services that I I An office or apartment build1 .
Municipal 13 Central Jr. Jane enter Into the cost of living Is I 1 ing that brings in rental Income
15, in the clubroom at the first regional field representativefor High; Sjoblorn .
r Building, Flagler Beach. Flagler County. Mrs. HelenL. 14, Mainland Jr. High; Cheri the reason for the shrinking dollar I:I could be a hedge against Infla

Members are encouraged to bring Potter will be responsible for Burns, 14, Mainland Jr. High; Joy according to Miss Vervil tion.Wise
guests, who are always welcome 19 counties In northeast Florida. Dowling, 14, Mainland Jr. High; Mitchell, home management and money management and
said Lynn Clary, chairman. FARP Administrator Joseph C. Barbara Hunt, 14; Mainland Jr. ; family economics specialist, greater satisfaction from money

There will be a covered dish supper Ziesenheim said, "Potter's position High; Faye Hutchenson, 14, Bun. I Florida Agricultural Extension being spent help combat the

at 6 o'clock, followed by a is a new concept In our nell High; Derese Owens, 14,1 Service. effects of inflation.

1, continuance of the home talent treatment program. She and four I Bunnell High. I II Experience shows that there is Records show, says Miss Mitch.
entertainment which proved so Cher! Burns and Faye Hutch. no sure way to avoid the effectsof
others across the state will I ell, that no one can count on
\ successful at.the last meeting. sist local communities, primarily as'j i I enson will also do solo acts. Bar price inflation, but there are coming out unscathed from the
Tentative arrangements have in advisory capacities concerning bara Hunt will also enter the some things to keep in mind effects of the shrinking dollar.

been made for those who wishto treatment, education and re solo dance division. when planning for the future, the But the records do indicate

make the trip to Six Gun Territory search." The "Carol's Comets" have specialist says. that a careful investor in stocks,

on Friday, March 11, to Potter's territory includes Ala. won 23 awards as a group and Owning a home in most cases a business, or real estate standsa

meet at the Municipal Building, chua, Baker, Bradford, Clay, some of the girls have as manyas can be a valuable form of inflation good chance of coming out
Flagler Beach, at 8 a. m., with Columbia, Dixie, Duval, Flagler, 100 solo awards. They are well protection. Real estate in a ahead.
members and friends providingtheir Gilchrist, Hamilton, Jefferson, known In Florida where they good neighborhood in cities and

own transportation. Further Lafayette, Madison, Nassau, Put. have performed for over three I suburbs has gone up faster than Florida's oulowood mills plant

information about this planned nam, St. Johns, Suwannee, Tay. j I,years as a team. the cost of living. apEfffldmately 50 nillloa seed'
trip may be secured by calling lor and Union. I This is the 4th year the Tal With the population moving| linfl(! annually la .dnuDI

Mrs. Irma Parker.COMMISSION. ented Teen Foundation will takea I deeper into the countryside,] plantta propm Jbtt' btu
St. Auguustlne student tour of Europe. The farmland prices are going up.I t i many yun ix
ON Pilot Club PlansEntertainment winners of the Daytona Beach ,
EDUCATION MAKE I District will compete with the
best of Orlando and Melbourne
,
RECREATION PLANSThe An afternoon of gala entertainment I PHONEKelley's
the area winners will then enter
complete with Spanish
Commission on Educationof the National finals where
dancing, the antics of a comical they
the First Methodist Church will .have chance to
a join a Fuel OilCLEAN
court Jester and a one-act play
met Sunday afternoon to formu In troupe of Talented Teens In CM.
set the year 1491, and high
late plans for a recreation pro. delicious cago, O'Hare Airport, and fly to
lighted by a Spanish
gram for the youth of the church London BOAC BURNING
England, on a
Is
luncheon promised for "The
and their friends. Tentative jet, then to six countries where
Royal Command Performanceand
plans call for the educational they will do goodwill concerts.A .
Luncheon, as the St. Au.
after.
department to be open two STANDARDPRODUCTS
gustine Pilot Club presents Its
noons each week with adult su
Dollar
44-Cent ?
1966 contribution to the Quadri-
pervision.It .
Is expected plans will be centennial celebration of this By Alma Warren I
nation's oldest city. The luncheon .
completed Is scheduled for Saturday
the commission on Sunday
church. afternoon March 19, at 12:30: In 44-cent dollar?
evening at 7:15 at the I
for the Hotel Ponce de Leon. For information That's right. The dollar in re
Tentative plans call ping DIESEL KEROSENEHOME
pong and other games for the concerning tickets and cent years has been losing valueat -:-

afternoon's activities.In reservations, write: Chamber of about half a cent a year. In DELIVERY COMMERCIAL ACCOUNTS

Commerce, 10 Castillo- Drive, St. the year just past, the rate In. Phone 437-7172 Bunnell, Florida
has Auguustine, Fla. creased to nearly a full cent a
America, "cantaloupe" .
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become the generic name of all

the small, oval, heavily netted .J .
musk scented muskmelon, All

cantaloupes are muskmelons,
but not all muskmelons are can.

taloupes.
When carrots were first
brought to England from Holland

stylish ladies used the
feathery leaves to decorate their I

hair. In Germany, a substitutefor
coffee was made from carrots

chopped into small pieces and
browned. w-

Caprice Custom Coupe. '
Total value of all land and

buildings on farms in Floridais

more than $4 billion, an average
of nearly $95,000 a farm.



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