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Title: Flagler Tribune
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Place of Publication: Bunnell, Fla.
Publication Date: February 13, 1964
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BUNNELL FLORIDA, THURSDAY, FEB. 13, 1964 $2.50 A YBAU.
VOLUME 62 NO. 6 ,
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Moodys Hold EASTERN STAR I Churches Join LIONS CLUB WILL Beach-Bunnell <
CONTRIBUTE TO I
WILL INSTALL
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Open HouseSunday OFFICERS SATURDAYBunnell For World Day SCHOLARSHIP FUND Candidates File v

:" II II Chapter 93, Order of ServiceThe The Bunnell Lions Club voted I Papers to QualifyAt
Of
P. M. Eastern Star, will hold the annual Prayer at its Tuesday meeting to con.
I I Installation of officers on World Day of Prayer pro tribute $25.00 to the Flagler I press time two candidateshad
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George Moody Sr., Flagler I I Saturday night, February 15, at gram will be on February 14 Scholarship Foundation which is qualified for re-election In
Beach's first settler who homesteaded the Masonic Hall at 8 P.M., Mrs. I from 10 to 11 A. M., at the First now In process of being perfect. the Bunnell City Commission
there in September, 1913, Keith Lovell said today. Methodist Church of Bunnell. ,ed.The March 3. They are Shelton-Bar
honored at Open I club's broom sale at Flager -
was guest The installation ceremony will I II The service of Prayer and Giving ber and Martin Bo) McDanieL
House Sunday afternoon at his be open to the public and and the theme I Is. "Let Us Beach last week amounted to Three ports up 'for election ,
:home there.Members I I 54.00( Sales at several business
Invitedto held by
I friends and members are Pray. this year are presently
of his family were I attend. The program was prepared by places in Bunnell brought in another Barber McDaniel, and Walton
for the occasion which was $55.50. This brought the
hosts
Mr. and Mrs. Lovell will be Dr. Madeleine Barot, executive Johnston.
of his 85th birthday total of the broom sale to date
celebration
in
I installed as Worthy Patron and secretary of the World Councilof The deadline for qualifyingto
anniversary. About 150 Worthy Matron for the new year. Churches In Geneva, Switzer. to $258.50. run in the March 3 electionis
called during the after. I
guests 21.
land. noon, February
noon. Six churches of the county are Scholarship Funds FLAGLER BEACH CANDIDATES
Mr. Moody said the occasion I Bunnell Seniors Joining together for the service. Candidates who qualified for
'also marked two other impor I The Methodist Church of Flagler Begin to Come In the two places on the Flagler
tant mile posts of his life. It'|Visit Junior College Beach, the First Baptist Churchof I Beach City Commission were
was 50 years Ago on February 8 Flagler Beach, and the Com With thai Flatter t Scholarship I Willis A. McDowell Floyd Col.
that he spent the first night InMf7raaeuchlch [ The senior class of Bunnell munity Memorial Church of I Foundation nearing completion, tins Herman R. hunt Leonard ,
IK->> .path ahmSftinoV ma"f their annual Flagler Beach; the First Baptist contribution: have begun to i Moody and Margaret Chrtns.
on the homestead, and; years' visit: to- thepBjrtont* JJIMtt ChurchoT Burmell' Ute" Pentecostal come in, and at a meeting of I Michael Murray had qualified
ago he settled >In Bunnell, com Junior College and: the Mary Holiness Church and the the steering committee Monday but withdrew from the race just
ing there from Baxley, Georgia. Karl Vocational Technical School First Methodist of Bunnell, areparticipating night it was stated that Dave I before the deadline Tuesday aft
Mr. Moody was one of the developers Monday, February 10. in the service. Perryman, treasurer, will) receive ernoon.
of Bunnell and Flagler, This activity 4s a regular part The Church nursery will be any contributions anyone may The two commission seats up
Beach. He was a member of the of the guidance program of Bun* open during the service. wish to put in. for election are presently held
first City Council of Bunnell and nell High School and is designedto It was reported at the Mon by Robert Henderson and Gerald
Flagler Beach. He was a mem I acquaint senior students, day night meeting that the Smith, each of whom did not en
ber of the Board of County Com tlrst hand, with the educational Eda Hart Wilkins charter for the organization .is ter the race.
missioners when Flagler County 1 t opportunities both at the col. expected to arrive this week.In The election will be held on.. I
was created in 1917 and servedIn lege level and at the vocational. Passed Away onAfternoon anticipation of perfecting the March 3.Bunnell.
that capacity for a number technical level. organization, President Charles
of terms. lie served in the 1929 Seniors had the opportunity of E. Creal appointed a subcommittee I II
session of the Legislature as visiting and observing in the Tuesday to begin drawing up I Seniors Get \
representative from Flagler following classes at the Junior Mrs. Eda Hart Wilkins of application forms; draft policies,
County. He also served as mayorof College: Practical Logic, Dr. Merlin Flagler Beach and Anniston,! and work on the rules and State Scholarships
Flagler Beach and a member Cox; Math of Business, Mrs. Alabama, passed away at her regulations for basing scholar.
of the City Commission for Connelly; U. S. History, Dr. Malone home in Annlston Tuesday afternoon ship awards. Two Bunnell High School sen* ,
many years. ; Physical Science, Dr. Mor after an illness of several The steering committee will lots were notified this week that
During the past 12 years Mr. gan; Freshman English, Mrs. weeks. meet again In two weeks to receive they were winners of a State of
Moody has been active In de. Bennettt; and Introduction to14lath. Mrs. Wilkins had been a sum. reports from the sub-com* t(Florida Nursing and Teaching ,
'. "veloping two of Flagler Beach's .. Mrs: Connelly;. lner reafde r QC.llatt l tnch mitt J (appointed I Monday.Conference f Scholarship beginning with. the '1/f 1''
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,/,'. subdrvrslont;lraIth Is1iitd'7tbd Won TcSttexe> ..Bound"'students for inany years and o\fh t'd'h'rhome -y 10G1..1.school year.
Venice Park. Both subdivisions had the opportunity of visitingin on North Central Avenue. Set. Miss Alllda Tucker won a $500
are so designed that each lot I I all departments of the Mary She had served as organist for per year basic collegiate nursing
has both street and water front. I Karl Vocational Technical the Community Memorial On Aging Feb. 17 scholarship, and Miss Nancy
age. c* I School. Church in Flagler Beach. She Wilson was awarded a $-00' per
He is now a member of the I George Barton Dean of Student was 80 years of age. At GainesvilleFlorida's year state teaching scholarship.Miss .
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East Flagler Mosquito Control Personnel at the Junior Col. She is survived by one son, Tucker Is the daughter of
'J District board, chairman of the i lege, worked cooperatively with Gene Hart of Flagler Beach. Also I and the South's sen Mr. and Mrs. Raymon Tucker
Flagler Beach State Park Board, I Mr. John A. Cannon, Jr., Bunnell surviving are two granddaughters liar citizens will be In the lime. I Ii of the Haw Creek section, and
y; Chairman of the Flagler County I High School Counselor and Assistant Mrs. John Barker and i light on the University of Florida Miss Wilson I is the daughter of
Democratic Executive Commit. I Principal in planning the Mrs. Thomas Clark campus February 17.18 at Mr. and Mrs. Arthur Wilson of
tee, and a member of the State activity. Miss Dorotha Foster Funeral services will be held the 13th Annual Southern Conference Flagler Beach
Democratic Executive Commit. I and Mr. Fred Robbins, Junior in Annlston Friday. Gray on Gerontology The scholarships were awardedby
I College Counselors, and Miss Brown Funeral Home will be in I "Aging In on Era of SocIal competitive examination a* 1 1i
tee.Last Monday morning he was I Mary Luellen, Mary Karl Counselor charge of arrangements. Change" will- be the theme of I II mong all interested seniors ,
busy checking over plans for a assisted in the orientation I the tow day conference which'i throughout the state. A state '
house where. he is supervisingthe program. I I will open with a welcome from I scholarship award represents a ,
construction Summer Softball Dr. J. Wayne Rohr, president d 1 I high honor and outstanding ;
Editor's note: These are a I the university. academic achievement on the
few of the highlights of Mr. Garden Club .Is I Progress ReportBunnell Among the topics which will part of any senior who wins one.
Moody's 60 years In Flagler Sponsoring A be discussed by the sociologists, 1
'+ County. I could tell of many Games Party Midget Softball Leagueis economists and health official
,, more and Just about fill up the The Flagler Beach Garden progressing slowly under at the meet will be retirement Vegetable Field '
.. \.. paper but I guess most of you Club is sponsoring a games damp weather conditions.The opportunities, retirement plan ;
would think I was bragging be. party at the Woman's dub spirit of young ballplayers ping and aging in rural and urban 'At Sanford Feb. 13
,.," case he is my father.-E. F. building February 14 at 1:30P. has been marvelous. Pitchers societies. 1
M. The public Its Invited to and catchers have shown A number of the university Vegetable growers will con.verge
attend. .great 'Improvement over the last faculty will participate In ad. on the Central Florida Ex:
Auto Tag OfficeBe Proceeds will be used to fur .two years. The rookie crop of dltlon to many other Florida pertinent Station at Sanford on
I ther the landscaping plan at the .players show great interest and residents who will discuss the Thursday (today) for the state's 1
Open SaturdayTax Flagler Beach School grounds. I the boys will be In for a tough various problems facing the first vegetable field day of the
WORT SHOP MONDAY season There is the largest'; senior year.
Collector Dale B. Brown, The club is also holding a group' of first year players in penon.FLORIDA* Scientists at the station, which ,
Jr., said today his office will be workshop on Monday, February the three put seasons of play : GETS Is a unit of the University of /
open all day Saturday, February 17 at 9:30t..1L at the recrea. It Is expected teams will be Florida's Affrlcltural Experiment
15 for the sale of motor vehicle tlon center. formed In two weeks. Awardsfor NEW ORANGENext Stations system, will discus ,
tags Members are to bring work the winning team in league Thanksgiving families their entire research program 1
Mr. Brown said he Is makingthis material, dried, artificial or play will be a picture put on across' the country will have a and conduct a tour o( jesearch
provision so that those operators fresh flowers, and vase. Also a plaque with their name and new Florida orange to brighten plots starting at !:3) P.M-
who work all other weekdays bring a sandwich. hung in city haiL I the table fruit basket' Dr. James MontcUro, associate
would have an opportunity Also four awards will be given This deep-colored orange U vegetable crop specialist, said
ie to secure their tag on Saturday. TO MEET TUESDAY I to each team for boys who show called Page, and was recently that the crops which the grow
Deadline for securing the 11* most improvement, good sports I born from a cross between a ers will observe In field trials 1
cense plates Is February 20. SENIOR CITIZENS manshlp and leadership. Junior tangelo and tangerine. Sclent- will Include cabbage, lettuce,
Plates bought this year will be I I The Flagler Senior Citizens I I league Softball pitchers are Bus. t lath who developed the fruit say carrots, celery, onions and can
good for 13 months, making Club will hold Its next regularly; ty Improta Jimmy Harper and It is especially suited for eat tatoupef. i
them go on sale February 1, scheduled meeting next Tuesday. Benny teller Clifford Wether- ing fresh' and also may be suitable Latest research will also be
19631; After six 13-month tags evening February 18, at the:I Ington Is showing good stuff. for processing Into Juice reported on sweet com peaches*
they will revert bade to 12months Flagler Beach Recreation- Center. About ten more boys are concentrate. : grapes and blackberries. On*
,
and will go on sale on Following a 6 o'clock potluck needed to form the Softball Page resembles a medium' Ira! Station's research Involves .
July 1.Raccoons. I supper, members will be free I league. Boys who are InterestedIn I sized orange In size, Is euy to work with herbicides pest con* I
to play cards or otherwise entertain ; playing can get an entry peel, and has a rich, sweet trot fertilization mulching anr$'" ;
often dunk their I themselves.: AH senior I i blank Monday to Friday after flavor. "variety trials, he explained. j jI
food in water, though they will I citizens are Invited to attend. school at the school Geld.There I Because It ripens In October I
eat It dry. Some scientists say They are asked to bring a covered I are two more weeks to and reaches Its prime In November : Few things l are more danger
coons moisten their food because dish or dessert and table. sign up for teams as league play , the Page orange may soon. ouMhan A train of thought that'
they have poor' salivary glands. ware. Coffee will be furnished. will open Monday, March 2. become an early season favorite I carries no freightl' i,

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PAGE TWO THE FLAGLER TRIBUNE, BUNNELL, FLORIDA Thursday, Feb. 13, 1964MOVE

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G( wan 0 0-0 1 0 I.FREE THROW co rnno--I last three outings. Bdtae this !
I Or{ VARSITY GETS campaign is owr we will likely

11.1113 50Bunnell I I BOBBIE TUCKER TAXES LEAD Me some real nlp-and-tuek, or

PORJS Squad I Bobble Tucker of the Vanity I rather Butch-and-Tiiek action I
Ft F Ttl sank 1? of his 20 foul shots In from the charity line. I

Cowart 7 0-0 4 10 I I the last three Bulldog games Walton Cowart's 73 percent I

". 1.1. Tucker 1 0.1 1 2 and bounded 11 percentage I mark is still tops on the Squad

: EiMnbaeh 1 0-1 2 21 I points from fourth place to first (Continued on page 8)
: in the BHS free throw __ _ __ \
.. Miller 3 1-4 0 71: log. '-0 -- --
KnIght 4 2.5 5 10 Butch Anderson, getting downto tiY.W.

(By Buzzy McSnlght) I Nelson 11-353 I II Robertson 0 3-5 2 3 business In the last game O. F. ALFORO

ON Conley 0 0:0 1 0 Ford 2 2.6 31( 61 with an 8.8 performance Is only Registered
CLOSE IN
VAsnr BOTS Harper 02.62 2 .a fraction of a point behind him, [
TITLE WITH TWO VICTORIESThe : Real Estate Broker!
Increased 17 9-22 29 43 Britt 1 0.0 1 2 and Johnny Seale seems to be
Varsity
Bulldog '
Quarter score: Bunnell: 11, 18, C. Baggett 0 0.0 0 0 on a definite upswing, climbing BunnelL Florida

their night record victory to 17-2 with over a tough Tuesday i 33, 55. Lopez: 13, 23, 34, 43. from :56 to 69 percent over the l."..............;.... _
Bunnell ASquadFg 11 10.28 20 44
Father Lopez and another one
Ft F ro
on Friday over St. Joe. Another St. Joseph ISSquadI'
Anderson 8-8 0 20
6 .
conference victory for the Bull I Fg Ft F Tt1 24 HourWrecker
R. Tucker 03-32 3
dogs will tie the conference title Cox 50.7110 Service
Kuleskl 6 4.7 3 16
for them. Dupont' 2 1.4 5 5
E. Tucker 4 3-6 3 11
The Bulldogs, dismal with per MrGunncss 1 0.2 3 2

went sonal up problems for the due opening to sickness Jump, Moody Brown 22.326 51.5011 Pomar Meters 33.75 10.322 9 Flagler. Truck & Tractor Co,

Seale 32-20 8
p against a blood-thirsty Father Hartley 0 0-0 3 0 MASSEY-FERGUSON ,
J. Baggett" 6 0.0 1 12 .
Lopez team and were being out .. Prichard 0 0.0 3 0 E Grove Farm Industrial Equipment
scored 23.18 when half time
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rolled around. The Bulldogs 32 23-34 11 87 I 12 4-23 22 VIRGIL DECKER Phone ID 7-3242

consolidated their drive In the st. Joseph Squad Quarter score: Bunnell: 9, 28)) Owner Bunnell, Florida
Ft F Ttl
Fg
second half, however, and with Howes 7 0.1 1 14 29, 44. St. Joseph: 2, 7, 11, 28. I|
; the aid of 29 Lopez fouls scored ,
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9 0.2 4 18
33 tallies from the foul line to Col'I
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Meserve l"2-2 5
outshine Lopez's, 17 field goals 4j
and win 5543. McGowan 15-617 Insects ravaging your potato fields?
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Top Bulldog scorers were Bebe. Tayl i'f. 1" 3-4 5 ( 5 / .. "I
10-01 5
Moody, official Green Wave Prichard ." -- \
2 2 ",
stemmer, with 16 points and Webb r.0.1' .
Ramies 00-04 0
Butch Anderson with 12. Chuck .
Baylor with 13 points and Jack
21 10.16 23 52
Alagood with 10 were top ba
Quarter score: Bunnell: 19, 39, .
nanas for Lopez, even though
they both fouled out. 60, 87. St. Joseph: 3,17,37, 52.

Friday's game with St. Joe

was a -real frce-for' -all, as the COWART COMBINES 42 POINTSTO i" ,

Bulldogs trounced the Flashes ,FINANCE TWO MORE BB I .
4.1 87-52, the most points Bunnell p'
The Bulldogs, like the
Baby
has scored in a single game all
Varsity, met a tough foe In Father r
season. The Bulldogs shot rings
on Tuesday, but, riding
Lopez
around St. Joe, even though they
Walton Cowart's 32
high on
had ashes of stardom them-
selves. points, they managed to win it
6150. Simms' 16 points
Roger
Butch Anderson; leading the

attack for the Bulldogs as usual, paced Lopez r

swished through 20 points On Friday, the Baby Bulldogs .
worth, and Harry Kuleskl finally faced St. Joe and won easily .

caught fire ,and registered 44-28, as the Baby Bulldog Kid .)! "
16. Big John Baggett got Unto die Korps took charge for about r .
the game for just a short while half the game. Those two fabulous

but still got 12 points. Elbert freshmen, Cowart and Jack ,7'f : :.."'.r'
Tucker and Jim Brown roundedout Knight again supplied the backbone :

the Bulldog elite, scoring 11 of our side of the score / ,. '
points each. For St. Joe Dan Co. with 10 points each. :r'tt )

lee got 18 points while Richard Bunnell Squad : .rI ,
Howes managed 14. Fit Ft'F Tt1 '. ,ti -
Bunnell A.SquadFg Knight 4 1.3 3 9 -'\/ , "

Ft F Ttl Ford 1 1.5 2 3

Anderson 4 4-5 1 12 EIsenbach 3 0-1 1 6

Moody 4 8.101 16 Robertson 1, 2:2 1 4

E. Tucker 05-75 5 Cowart 14 4-4 ? 32

Brown ,00-040 Miller 2 1.1 2 5harper'

R. Tucker 0 9.112 9 : 1 0-0 0 2
Kuleskl 33-82 9 Britt 0 0-0 l' 0

Seale 04-40 4 .
Baggett 00-02 0 ) 26 9.1611 61 FIGHIDACKIWITHORTHO
Father Lopes Squad

1133.4517 55 Fg Ft F Tt1
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Father Lopes A.Squad Lambert 22.436
Fg Ft F Tt1 Lammers 1 0.0 0 2

. Lacour 23-65 7 Prutt 5 0-0 3 10
Baylor 5 3.4 5 13 BaJewskl 1 0.0 0 2

Jackson 40-22 8 Conley 2 3.4 1 6 ...
Alagood 5 0-1 5 10 ltCX'dln 1 0.0 1 2
Grelecki 00-150( Simms 6 4-4 2 16

Coley 02-51 2 Nolan .2 2.3 2 6
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\. '. ,NOTICENotice ORIHO Phosphamidon kills the major Florida potato insects. ; ,


Besides killing on contact, Phosphamidon more into the plant's system to kill

is hereby given that A municipal election insects that hide from other sprays. Phosphamidon kills the Florida
major potato
of Bunnell I
will be held in the City Florida on
\ Tuesday, the 3rd day of March, A. D. 1964, for pests..ind because of its systemic action your workers can be back in the fields'r

the purpose electing three City Commissioners. in a matter of hours.Rain won't
wash it off either.
All persons desiring to have their names printed ,

upon the official ballots as candidates are requiredto Phosphamidon is a water soluble liquid, so it's easy to

pay to the City Clerk of said city, with whomhe i'' mix. Because it's absorbed
qualifies, a filing fee of five per centum (5%) quickly, it's leu harmful

of the annual salary of the office of City Commis- r bees and other beneficial insects. Phospharaidon is com-

sioner of said city on or before 12:00 o'clock noon,
on the 21st day of February, A. D. 1964. patible with most of your other pesticides. And it's tery

ORTHO } effects in small dosages. So why hassle with comLina.t

Notice is further given that the registration books tion sprays? Get the spray that jets potato insects coming
of the City of Bunnoll, Florida, are now open for PNOSPNkIiIIOOg
registration of voters to And including the 21st day, s and going: ORTHO Phosphamidon.

of February A. D. 1964. '
until 12 noon, :11\ .
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.. "Helping the World
F Grow Better" ? 'I-
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MRS. NANCY RODGERS V\v r J3 CAltFORNIA CH MlCAt COMPANY.MTMG cxvn-o, .
OF rafc.7M7.ortMfe.nHM. .
City Clerk "A.aiUbU from Kllror* 84 Oem,..,. 1I..tlDC" rtertd. rhoiv CM
Jan. 30 &' Feb. 6-13.2O-1tc: ..ia.MCM.WMIl1.OUIM.tWMOgSOS.r... ,...-...--..- .....'-, ..-.,MM***, I

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PAGE TWO THE FLAGLER TRIBUNE, BUNNELL, FLORIDA Thursday, Feb. 13, 1964
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t, I Icowan 0 O1 0 I FREE THROW COMPETITION last thr-- p. Before this
K.V I ON VARSITY GETS HOT AS I. campaign is over we will likely

,'I,. :>> 11.15 13 50 '!BOBBIE TUCKER TAKES LEAD we some real nip-and-tuek, or
..( sRThti Bunnell n.Squad Robbie Tucker of the Varsity rather Butch-and-Tuek action

f Fg Ft F Ttl I sank 17 of his 20 foul shots in from the charity line.
P g Cowart 5 0-0 4 10 the last three Bulldog gaines Walton Cowart's 73 percent
t, M. Tucker 1 0.1 1 2 and bounded 11 percentage I mark is still tops on the Squad
\ I mQT'EiS': Eisenbach 1 0.1 2 2 I I points from fourth place to first (Continued on page 8)
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ti f I Miller 3 1.4 0 7 r lin the BHS free throw log. --.. -- -- -- -
Knlght 4 2.5 5 10 Butch Anderson, getting downto wwm 'V'rlY'rN'i

(By BUllY McKnlght) I Nelson 1 1.3 5 3 Robertson 0 3.5 2 3 business in the last game '. 0. F. ALFORD

VASITY BOYS CLOSE IN ON Conley 0 0-0 1 0 Ford' 22.6316! I I with an 8.8 performance, is only Registered
Harper 02.62 2 a fraction of a point behind him,
TITLE WITH TWO VICTORIESThe < f : Real Estate Broker
Increased 17 9-22 29 43 Britt 1 0.0 1 2 and Johnny Seale seems to be
Bulldog Varsity '
their record to 17.2 with a Tues. Quarter score: Bunnell: 11, 18, C Baggett 0 0-0 0 0 J on a definite upswing, climbing Bunnell Florida

day night victory over tough I.33, 55.. Lopez: 13, 23, 34, 43. 94St. from 56 to 69 percent over the :Jf..""......"..... _
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another Bunnell A-Squad 17 10.28 20
Father Lopez and one ,
Ft F Tt1
Fg
St Joe. Another
on Friday over Joseph B.Squad
Anderson 6 8.8 0 20
conference victory for the Bull. 24 HourWrecker
Ft F
Fg TU
I' '
title R. Tucker 0'\ 3-3 2 3
the conference
1: dogs will tie Cox 5 0.7 1 10Dupont' Service
Kuleskl 6 4.7 3 16
l for them. 2 1.4 5 5 I I
E. Tucker 4 3.6 3 11
dismal with
The Bulldogs, personal MrGurmess 1 0.2 3 2
'
I problems due to sickness, Brown 51-50 11 i l\f.mrs: 33.75 9
Flagler Truck & Tractor Co
went up for the opening jump Moody 22.326 Pomar 10.322 ,

against a bloodthirsty Father Seale 32.208 Hartley 0 0.0 3 0 MASSEY
FERGUSON
t.4 ,
J. Baggett' 6 0.0 1 12
and being out. f
Lopez team were PrIchard 0 0.0 3 0 Grove Farm Industrial Equipment '
scored 23.18 when half time '
rolled around. The Bulldogs ? '. 32 23-34 11 87 rl 12 4.23 22 I VIRGIL DECKER Phone ID 73242Owner
consolidated their drive in the St Joseph. Squad 281
I
Quarter score: Bunnell: 9, Bunnell, Florida
Fg Ft F Ttl
second half, however, and with 7 14 29, 44. St. Joseph: 2, 7, lJ, 28. I
1
Howes 0.1
I aA the aid of 29 Lopez fouls scored
9 0.2 4 18
the foul line to Colee
'f 33 tallies from -
Meserve' "*" ' 4
l"2-2 5
outshine Lopez's 17 field goals
and win 5543. McGowan' 15-617 \ Insects ravaging.your potato fields?
Taylor "" '"'.1-3.4 5 I 5 I
Bebe,
Top Bulldog scorers were
official Green Wave Prichard 10-01 ,5 ..' ... .. .
Moody, ' .. .,,,, .
i' Webb 1" 0.1 2 2
;
stemmer, with 16 points and
00-04 0
Butch Anderson with 12. Chuck Ramies .
Baylor with 13 points and Jack
Alagood with 10 were top bananas 21 10-16 23 52
;," for Lopez, even though Quarter score: Bunnell; 19, 39, '. .
,': they both fouled out. 60, 87. St. Joseph: 3, 17, '37, 52.

( Friday's game with St. Joe I
.
;. was a real free-for-all, as the COWART COMBINES 42 POINTS

,f Bulldogs trounced the Flashes :TO FINANCE TWO MORE BB \
87.52, the most points Bunnellhas :t'
l The Baby Bulldogs, like the ,
scored in a single game all .
season. The Bulldogs shot rings Varsity, met a tough foe in Father t

around St. Joe, even though they I Lopez on Tuesday, but, riding
had ashes of stardom them. i'high on Walton Cowart's 32 .
i selves. points, they managed to win it rr
Butch Anderson, leading the '6150. Roger Simms' 16 points

., attack for the Bulldogs as usual, :paced Lopez
swished through 20 points I On Friday, the Baby Bulldogs

worth, and Harry Kuleskl fln faced St. Joe and won easily -- :-' e'r
ally caught fire ,and registered 44.28, as the Baby Bulldog Kid 'i < -
I 16. Big John Baggett got Into I die Korps took charge for about -- 1':: ;::
)' the game for just a short while .half the game. Those two fabul / 4
:w;" but still got 12 points. Elbert ous freshmen, Cowart and Jack r :
Tucker and Jim Brown rounded Knight, again supplied the backbone
out the Bulldog elite, scoring 11 of our side of the score :r'
I points each. For St. Joe Dan: Co.l' with 10 points each.

f' lee got 18 points while Richard Bunnell B-Squad
,
Ft'F Ttl
l' \ Howes managed 14. Fg
Bunnell A.Squad Knight 41-33 9

1. Fg Ft F TU Ford 1 1.5 2 3
Anderson 4 4.5 1 12 Eisenbach 30-11 6 I
v i Moody 4 8.101 16 Robertson 1, 2-2 1 4
\' E. Tucker 0 5.7:5: 5 Cowart 14 4.4 2 32
.1. Brown 00.040 Miller ' 2 1.1 2 5

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p NOTICENotice ORt HO Phosphamidon kills the major Florida potato insects.


Besides killing on contact, Phosphamidon mores into the plant's system to kill
is hereby given that A municipal election
iniects that hide from other
', will be held in the City of Bunnell, Florida, on sprays. Phosphamidon kills the major Florida potato,

Tuesday, the 3rd day of March, A. D. 1964, for pests..and because of its systemic action your workers can be back in the fields I
the electing three City Commissioners.All .
purpose
in a matter of hours. Rain
won't wash it off either.
persons desiring to have their names printed ,

upon the official ballots as candidates are requiredto Phosphamidon is a water soluble liquid, so it's easy to
pay to the City' Clerk of said city, with whomhe .11
mix. Because it's
qualifies, a filing fee of five per centum (5% ) absorbed quickly, it's less harmful tom

of the annual salary of the office of City Commissioner I\\\\ \ bees and other beneficial insects. Phoiphamidon is com-
of said city on or before 12:00: o'clock noon,
on the 21st day of February, A. D. 1964. patible with most of your other pesticides. And it's very

'. ORTHO effective in small dosages. So why hassle with combina '

\ Notice is further given that the registration books !
tion
sprays? Get the spray that gets potato insects coming
of the City of Bunnell, Florida arc now open for ...PHOSPHAMIDON
registration of voters to And including the 21st day, J and going: ORTHO Phosphamidon.

until 12 noon, of February; A. D. 1984. ., '
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Books Are' My DishBy and ....' Ip. .. WsKand country Gully's finding i>nusc the UtJttf wall* ::FLORIDAtNEEDS "1 \fl I _

Presently, the pictures will be of an abandoned church makes SWINE GROWERS with seedling trees before ft cat
( Dorothy Uomoxu) worth well onto 50,000 pounds. I I I i receh lull production
.a masterpiece that will delight If you are looking for an opportunity *
The best of them are kept hid. those to whom two nnd two' I I' In the livestock business !:
Flagler Woman's
The Club Library
den Sara because she I
has THE HORSE'S MOUTH away by make five or even three and a I I I Dr. T. J. Cunha, head of I II
likes to see what she was like I : MILLER
that great novel by Joyce Cary when she was beautiful. Meanwhile !half. The ones to whom two I the Animal Science Department I II I I
whose death 'and two make four always, will for the University of Florida'sAgricultural ELECTRONICS
recently was another il t
Gully starves for food
not like it. Experiment Station,I
loss to English literature. t and materials. At G7, I Blvd.
painting 1744 Ocean Shore .J.JI
The characters are real peo says that there is plenty of room II
Gully i when not In for phoningMr. I
prison
Jimson thief,
rouge pIe. Oary knows uncannily how in the swine industry. I REPAIRS ON TV'S
Nickson and saying he will 1
painter and fool, tells straight, artists feel about paint. And
from the horse's mouth what It j burn his guts, Gully lives in a there Is always his Irish wit to Florida is producing only about WASHERSDRYERS
is like to be a genius. Nicksonthe ;leaky houseboat and hunts fora relieve the implicit tragedy.If 20 percent of the pork It I \
art dealer bought all Gully's wall big enough on which to consumes. Each year some 15,- I
paintings except one for 19 paint "The Fall" with a blue 000 feeder pigs are Imported. Call CollKt 672-0377 I
pounds front Sara Monday, Gul Adam and a red Eve. 20 feet you are sensible, you will "There is no reason why these ; 1
ly's former ,wife who "went to I high. not fear the day you're never(II I feeder pigs can't be produced in : ALL WORK GUARANTEED d ,
church for religion, new hats An accidental murder, a taking I I I seen. 'Florida," Dr. Cunha said. I i

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Qa4deilt ; gla4ida i i to fill the container up to the
bottom of the bottle's mouth

(By Haroy Sharp) I while holding it in a horizontal+
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GerminaUng coleus seed is i position. I WE GIVE SHELTON'RIGHTS=

i Next, moisten the soil using '!
like keeping on the good side
a fine mist of water. If the soil
with a wifemate-both need a TOP
i lis too fluffy, use a flat wooden lee
bit of humoring.
'stick to pat the soil to make

However, producing coleus It a bit more compact. I VALUE GROCERY PRICES GOOD
seedlings Is easier since it takes '
Plant the speck like seeds by Thursday, Friday ,
about a month as comparedwith 1
shaking them off a flat stick or
the life-time task at matrimonial STAMPS and Saturday
the "business-end" of a kitchen

Get both bliss.projects underway I knife. Add another fine water "Your Friendly Co-op Store" FEB. 13, H,;is

mist. to settle the seeds. I,
Immediately. By planting coleus
seeds now you will be the first Seal the bottle with a small FLAVOR AGEDChuck

In the neighborhood to show off square of plastic and a rubber ,

a, knee high hedge of colored band' and place the "seedbed"in I
leaves. a warm shady place. Don't

For the coleus project you'll pester the seeds too much but I Roast Ib. 39FLAVOR
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need a square-sided, quart milk\; about once a week check the

bottle, some mellow rich soil, I soil moisture and apply another :

a packet of seed, a small flat:I fine water mist if needed. ,,
stick and of Jf you don't like the milk tot- AGED
an ample supply (SMALL) MEATYSTEAK"
patience.. j I'tIe propagating unit, then use j'j'I

If soil isn't blessed a cigar box with a plastic cover. Chuck Lb.World's
your sandy i| *
with,rich soil, then try the dime j\I If your patience 'holds out the i 49 Spare Ribs 49

store for a packet of potting soil. project: will show signs of life.II
To prevent soil borne diseases I!I and hundreds of tiny plants will
!I unfold their leaves. They will
from ravaging the midget size t Best
i I all be don't WILSON
at first. But
green
plants, bake; the soil in the oven I
for at least an hour Cool the 11 I I worry, later on 'you will, see oth'j I 10'1.1 "
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colors form in < *
1 soil, then shake enough of the er the leaves. Beef 39 FRANKS 49
about this
dry mixture into the milk bottle stage that you should .
begin transplanting.If I

you don't have the courageto I I

break the milk bottle, then FLAVOR AGED SMOKED
CLASSIFIEDADS tease the plants out of the container I

with a long handled FAMILY ": < u
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spoon Transplant or a forked the tiny stick.seedlingsinto Steak 59 HOCKS 39


2-inch peat pots filled with
.tI.p ..... tmla aoadtac ana
..u per word oaeh t..ert/... rich mellow soil. If cool windsare
n. eeata .. ata.t... chare*. still outside, place the peat OFF ON ALL WAIE'S TENNESSEE SAISAIE

4 FOR SALE--I large rooms furnished pots on a window ledge. With rPNOIICTS.

house with sun porch, Old little or no care and water 1 10 'i FREE COOKING DEMONSTRATION

Haw Creek Road. 2% acres, spiked with plant food, the

fenced, small grove. Widow must coleus seedling will grow rapid. AND SAMPLES .ALL DAY SATURDAY. :,

sell, $6,000.00 Phone 437-34&1 ly.As _
Alice Gariepy. 2-13-ltp soon as frost danger is

past, take the coleus plants out. .
FOR SALE-Unfurnished house: ,
PILLSBURY DIXIE CRYSTALSUGAR KRAFT'S
side. They will make an! excel.
2 bedrooms, 1% bath, oil heat,
lent border planting or a small
air'condition! Built in oven and
formal hedge.Regardless .
Hurricane fence around I
range. of where you place
FLOUR MAYONNAISE'
yard. Call 4373620 or see-Buddy ,
them, be sure to work up a
or Shirley Chambers. 213.2tp
good soft mellow earth ern bed.

FOR SALE Two bedroom house. Before sinking the plant, the

Screened porch and garage,, peat pot and all into an outside 5Lb. Q"
5Lb. !
Flagler Beach. Call 4392178. location, some gardeners say the 38 ; 48'' ;

Jan. 30-Feb.1: 6-2tp coleus roots will unscramble Jar 1801

faster and get into mother Bag Bag
WANTED Welding to do1' eve. earth quicker if you break off

nlngs and week-ends. Call Martin the bottom of the peat pot.

Harding 4373669. 1-16-tf After the initial planting is I Limit 1 of Your Choice Limit 1 With Purchase Limit 1 With Purchase

WANTED IRONING to do at my established, it is easy to propagate With $5.00 or More of $5.00 or More of $5.00 or More

home, reasonable.; Pick up & de. hundreds of additional Food Order Food Order Food Order .
livery. Phone ID 73669. I plants. All you do is to pinch <<

.off 3-Inch coleus stems and ,
10-24-41 Pillsbury ,Sunlite 303 Can
place them in a glass of water,
SEPTIC TANK cleaning; drain or stick the stems into moist CAKE MIX 3 For 'I00 TOMATOES 5 Cans 65c

fields Installed;' snail shell. Rea soil. Coleus also roots quicklyin

sonable prices. Call George Ja a constant mist rooting unit. Yellow-Chocolate-While American Beauty 303 Can

roz. ID 7-3410 8.141HELP During the spring and summer -
Three Diamond 4 Oz. Can Cream TADM- 3 Can
fall In love
you'll probably 39.
WANTED-Couple to run with certain coleus plants. To Stem and Piece \/VlnMUSHROOMS
restaurant, living quarters in
keep this love alive during the flush 300 Can
cluded. Must have experience.Will 25cCORNED

pay great percent of grossto winter plants,into transplant clay pots the and prized bring PORK & BEANS Ea 10e

right party. Animal Land, them Indoors for safe "storage"until Laruta 12 O=.
AlA, 10 miles north of Flagler
Beach. 8-1-tt the following spring. BEEF. 39*


FOR SALE or R.ot-3 bedroom WHY or JUNE WEDDINGS

unfurnished home on Lehigh St. June Is traditionally the favo I I1ID

t Flagler Beach. Contact George rite month for weddings largely

Moody, Sr, liE 92137. TF because of pagan superstition f Sea Brand 1 Lb. 4 Ox.
Ancient Romans considered the
, MAN WANTED to manage and time of the June full moon as BREADED SHRIMP 99*
operate a retail Watkins Routein
the most propitious season for Golden
this area. (Would consider
marriage. Lb. O_.
lady 40 to 60 years old.) Earn BANANAS I0e
Ea.
ings of $125.00 per week from KI.AULKII i* TIIM cinrfiT;COIIMTV,comr Y1.01111)AIX oP ORANGE NIP 49*

the very beginning. For person 1IIA1CKIIY JU). 4111 '
interview in your home, write JUDY ANN JOHNS Cello

Mr. McGarity, P.O. Box C27, Wllllston EUUEft". JOHN Iii mufffONAI.p CARROTS a 1116
2.63tcCONSTIPATED Dairy DepartmentFlorida
Florida.
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1VOTICH TO 1)Y.YNSI)
? TUB HONALU STATB ct"ill: JOHktI.whole TO, : (Large) Parkay

To prove* r t I'KUN-KVAC. Vena containingPrune la wort, add,...r ate ald.unknown.nco and poet offlco AVOCADOS Each 19* MARGARINE fc 27*
$mo-o-tbe.t. beat and mo.t natural Tou aro hereby notified that a
lauU". harry WTKOODY'S suit has born fled avtlnat you In
ADCACT tho above entitled rauve.; and you . . . .
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for teaeroue Jl'tUE' SAMPLE 0' .arc hereby required to llo your anwr .... / .. .... -...-..... <'>
with tho Clerk of ibis Court,
.. fk On J.OO''OO80IcI
seek ,tor..at, and to aerva a copy thereof upon AVUs --FRi" ,
tho plaintiff or plaintiff* attorney
whoeo .amo .pd address i., Double
Stamp Day
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JOHNSTON'SFLACLEB Uutldlnr .
aytona Heach. Florid TOP VALUE STAMPS
BEACH REALTY CO not later than March It A. U. 114If 2 2
you fall to do so. d.rn* pro j With Purchase
LOTS HOMES OCEAN FRONT, <'OlIfU80< will bo entered aralnet FIIIAY fElllAIY 14 1114 y of
FARMS tOG for the relief ct.manct.d In tho I 11 8 S5.oo or More Food il
FRONT
WATER
of cempUlnt. Tho nature of'
ACREAGE aid oult kt.c for dIn,.. WITH OF $5.00 OR MORE FOOD Order ;3 .

S.. OB for yew real state DMdI Mid WITNESS Court Ihie ray Iitb hand day and of .February ..sof I ORDER YOU GET ((2) STAMPS FOR EVERY 9r Coupon Good j|

Office Phone HE 9-2242 Official A.[J.Seal mt) E. A. KUTTHU l DIME PURCHASE. d f.. February 13 and lS, lH4
ID 7-3GH Clerk' of ..M drratt Court
Residence Phony Or JuHa ft ilarv.y.Deputy I K'SSJfSSSSSSSSSS&SPURCHASE='J'/J'.J'/.H..H./.H..o-+ :.YJ:< or ID 7-331 c..I.rlt.
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George Moody, Sr.

Judith Stryker Honored Guest at
A Buffet DinnerMr. I

.and Mrs.George Moody,Jr. 1 RIGHTS
I PRICES GOOD QUANTITY
were hosts at a buffet dinner
Sunday at their home honoring THURSDAY, FRIDAY and SATURDAY, RESERVED
George Moody, Sr. FEBRUARY 13, 14, 15, 1964
The occasion was in celebra.
tion of Mr. Moody's 85th birth. FlondA' Grade "A" D and D Whole Western Cora Fed Center Cut

day: aJ1':1 1 versa ry. It also marked .
the 50th anniversary of Mr. I <
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Moody's moving into the home Fryers 29 Franks Lb. 59U.
which he built on the home. I
I stead which is now Flagler
w Beach. He homesteaded in Sep.i .
I i ember, 1913, and built the S. Grade Choice Wilson's Certified Vacuum
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homestead home near the present
pier area. Round or Steak u. 89* U ;:
An arrangement of bronze Sirloin FRANKS 49
colored mums and tapers in a
crystal holder formed the centerpiece
I > for the dining room table.' Frozen Palm River Sliced

Mums tables were where used guests on were the small also Jiffy Steaks .r 6'" 59 ". *
BACON 49
Mr. and Mrs. Judson P. Stryk. seated. Veil Cruets '
er of Flagler Beach announce, Members of the Moody family,
the engagement of their daugh'. present, representing four gen-
ter, Judith Ella, to Lance Corporal rations, were: Mr. and Mrs. HERSHEY'SCOFFEE
Jesse Lamar Newberry, Jr.,. Leonard Moody and daughter FOLGER'S I
son of Mr. and Mrs. Jessie L. Eula Lee; Mr. and Mrs. Leonard
Jfewberry of Mollno, Florida Johnson and children, David,
Miss Stryker was born In New Dale and Debra; Mr. and Mrs. SUGAR
London, Ohio, and moved to George Moody, Sr.; Gary Watson I
Flagler Beach In 1955. She Is agraduate and Mr. and Mrs. George
of Bunnell High School Moody, Jr., all of Flagler Beach.I. .
I and is an evening student at the I. Moody of Lake City; Mr,
Daytona Beach Junior College. and ,Mrs. Walter Knight, Mr. Ub.1 ;: 5Lb. 49 -
. She Is employed with the News. and Mrs. Andy Yelvington and 49
Journal IBM.department in Day. sons, Kevin and Barry, and Mr. Can Bag
tona Beach.' She is a memberof and Mrs. M. B. Fuller, all of
the Baptist Church, Young Bunnell. Out of town guest was
Womens Auxiliary and is servo State Senator Verle Pope of St. Limit 1 With $5.00 or More Food Order Limit 1 With $5.00 or More Food Order
1
ing as vice president of the Augustine.

\ State Association. Halves All 41c Pillsbury Cake
Mr. Newberry was born in 21fa Shurnne- _ _ _. .- .1___
Pensacola, Florida, and is a PRESTON-WELLS For ngs. $ 00
WEDDING DATE SET 00
graudate of the Tate High Peaches.Save 4 $1 Mixes 3 1
School. He was a member of Mr. and Mrs. J. D.Preston,.311

I the Florida Boy's Quartet before N. Central Aye., Flagler, Beach'' ., 24c Save 24c .
j joining the Marine Corps. He is announce the approaching marriage
of their daughter, LoU Kraft
now serving with the Marine 12 Oz. Niblet
t I Joann, to John Henry Wells, son
val Corps Air and Station stationed in Sanford at the, Flor.Na. of Mr. and Mrs. T. D. Wells of 6 For $ 00 MAYONNAISE Qf 49

Ida.The South Flagler Ave., Flagler CORN t

wedding date has been Beach.
The wedding will an event of Save lOc
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First
set for March 15 at the
Church of Flagler Beachat February 22 at 6:30: P.M. at the No Shelf
Baptist Bugs M'Lady
First Baptist Church of Flagler l/s Can Delmonte Light Chunk
four o'clock in the afternoon.
Following the ceremony, a reception Beach. It will be an Informal For Per *

ment of will the be church.No held.in the base wedding officiating.with Rev. Atlee Stevens TUNA 3 89* PAPER Re", 39

will be in the
A reception
Invitation: are being sent I Save lOc
Save 16c
basement of the church follow.
but all friends of the couple ore
invited to both the wedding and ing the ceremony. No invitationswill Giant Size Fabulous Sanitary Napkins
be sent but all relatives and
the reception. friends of the couple are In. rkt- Reg.

Rev. and Mrs. Atlee Stevens vited to attend. FAB 69 Modess3 Pkgs.; $100
and son Cameron, spent the Joann is a graduate of the
weekend visiting in Jacksonville 1961 class of Bunnell High Save 10c. Save35cFRESH
with his parents, Mr. and Mrs. School; a graduate of the school\
A. F. Stevens, Sr 'of cosmotology of Mary Karl FROZEN FOODS PRODUCE
in
Vocational School Daytona
and is at the present employed
Beach
Mr. and Mrs. Bob Whitney and 10 Oz. Birdseye Garden
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the Fashion Fair
by
children, visited Kenny in, Clermont Donna Sat.\nd Beauty Salon in Palatka. 2 For v.now.Cooking
Joyce
Henry is a graduate of the PEAS 39
with Mrs. Whitney's par.
urday
1 ents, Mr. and Mrs. David Fager- I960 class of Bunnell High Onions Li.Savellc c
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for the Office of City Commissioner Pkg
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behind man with a SWIRLCAKE U. S. .
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sound business promoter
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S & H GREEN. STAMPS
: VOTE FOR With M. coupon and With this coupon and'"
.' ., "' COLLINS Purchase of One 2 Lb. Purchase of 10 Ox Ev 5 With this coupon and your
: FLOYD r'
Loaf Velveeta Cheese fresh Potato Chips 5 Purchase of $5.00 or
$ On March 3rd More Food Order
Coupon Expire Coupon hxptret
'\,(. d . Purchase of 10 Oz. Ever> Saturday Feb. 15 IQAJ Coupon Expires
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YOUTH SPEAKS OUT !of Bunnell. and MM. C R. Via I PORTOF1NO CETS YACHTS

Editor: ten of the Ancient City Chapter Portoflno a fishing village
A Last Sunday Rev. Thomas M. In SL Augustine. ( that has sheltered seafarers on

Pinner, Jr. of the First Baptist Mrs. Z. G. Holland and Mrs. the Italian Riviera since Roman

Church of Bunnell spoke on "The M. B. Fuller assisted Mrs. KnightIn times, now draws scores of lux.

LOCALS Christian Understanding of Sex" greeting the guests. Approximately ury yachts. To protect Portoflno's

We commend Rev. Pinner for his 50 persons called during I charm, Italian law forbids any
forthright and frank discussionof the afternoon. The list Included
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this topic which is so often eight members of the the village's outward appear
Revel IDLEWOOD CLUB dismissed by other Institutionssuch Ancient City Chapter of St. ance.
Honored At A MEETS WITH
as the home, yet overlook. Augustine.
Tea ShowerMrs. MRS.. PERRYMAN ed by the church. I
Harry Atkinson entertained Mrs. Kathryn Perryman was
We CAPE BUFFALOThe
with a linen shower at her hostess to members of the Idle. express our desire that FOR SALE
the people of Flagler County buffalo) is generally
home North Palmetto street, wood Club Tuesday evening at cape
Wednesday of last week, honor. her home, East Lambert Ave. will accept their obligations rated as Africa's most vicious $128.00 lawn mower like new,'
ing bride-elect Lynda Revels. I I Club president Bette McDaniel towards the young people in our wild animal, Natonal Geographicsays. $00.00 Stevens pump gun

Miss Revels' marriage to Cadet presided at the business meet. community and follow the example > Buffalo have been knownto with choke, $50.00. New Stew

Arthur Carle will be an eventof of Rev. Pinner in makinga ambush a hunter and trample ens single ,shot, gun$25,00.,
ing.Members positive stand on this issue. : him with ax-sharp hoofs. They {;
the early spring. voted to obtain an Double bunk' bedsfilke new,
The tea table was overlaid American Flag that has flown The College-Age YoungPeople's have even dispositions-always I 3750. Kodak moving picture}
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Sunday School Class.
with a lace cloth and centered over the Nation's Capitol for the angry I I. camera with case, 2500.

with an arrangement of pink Junior Girl Scout Troop No. 958, -, ., Norelco Shavers, electric, $13
and white roses. This was flank which they sponsor. Selected Mrs. Walter Knight Home *, and $15. By cycles, boys and
ed with white candles in crystal Vicky King as the club's entrantin Scene of U. D. C. Tea on TNr4 PLANET girls, $18.00. New blanket

holders. the Miss Bunnell III Contest. Thursday AfternoonThe pNNM D! .. 72x84 and 90, $3.95. 10,000'

The honored guest was presented The club also voted to give United Daughters of the other items.

with a corsage of pink $25.00 to the Flagler Scholarship Confederacy Tea for the local We rent TV sets $15.00 per
rose buds. Her mother, Mrs. Foundation. chapter was held at the homeof month.

r Robert Revels, and Mr. Carle's Virginia King, ways and means Mrs. Walter Knight Thursday "-

mother, Mrs. Ray Carle, received chairman, reported we would afternoon, three to five. ALMA'S ODDS & ENDS

white carnation corsages. sponsor a rummage sale in April The occasion marked the TRADING POST

Mrs. Atkinson was assisted in and sponsor a Spring Fashion birthday of General Joseph Eg. Whir, trooKovaR BUNNELL Next to Greens
serving by Mrs. H. V. Peavy.! Show In March with the cooperation gleston Johnston for whom the TNEAfIA Fuel

About thirty-five called during of Land N' Sea Fashions.The chapter was named.
I
the afternoon. The tea table was overlaid .
door prize was won by ,.'N
with an Imported linen cloth
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Mrs. Peggy King. The next regular
The Korona Community Club i meeting will be with Mrs. and was centered with an arrangement Dance to the Music of :'

will hold *a games party at St.Mary's ., Etta Peterson, Flagler Beach of white mums and
THE
Hall Iri Korona red roses. Silver candlesticks
Sunday, The Valentine motlff was used
a February 16, at 2 P.M. All are in decorations in the living. holding white tapers completedthe NEW$PAP41t rut.Lor RHYTHMROCKERS
invited. Refreshments will be arrangement. Silver services i apRGAN4..T1U5pW4EY
dining room ensuite. This theme I Ie ; ,
were placed at each end of the I.ADVANC .
served after the games. was also carried out in refresh. table. """"""AT THE ".r, h". "

ments. Eleven members were 5
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present. Pouring during the afternoon w : BAMBOO COCKTAIL f
were Mrs. Tommy Durrance, LOUNGE -
Mrs. Trad HostessAt I
Mrs. H. T. Cook, Mrs. Charles ? o
Luncheon And FLACLER BEACH
Guests of Mr. and Mrs. Walter Cowart Mrs. Harry Atkinson,

Family The Trad Gathering home on Highway Morris Sunday were their son in Mrs. C N. Cowart, Mrs. H H. Saturday mb'.to2 p. ro.You'll .,,'.. u
law and daughter Mr. and Mrs Murray, and Mrs. Z. D. Holland
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for
was scene a luncheonand .
John Ellis of Orlando. ---
family gathering Sunday.Mrs. .
Louis Trad was hostess for
Friends of Mrs. Mary Bam
the occasion which was honor.
ing her son, Louis Trad, Jr., and will regret to know she was readmitted Treasure the pleasure of
to the local
his flnancee, Miss Betty Jane: hospital


Nickashi Mr.Those and enjoying Mrs.of JacksonvlIle.I Solomon the affair Nickashi were, I nell Monday Mrs.and L.for daughter M.medical Whitaker, Mrs.treatment of Louis Bun : .(GUFIDXOXQJE) ) ))1IGJRIV1rHN(( (@ :

David and Joann Nickashi, and
Mrs. P. Mllholland, all of Jacksonville Friedman of DeLand,. have re ,.

; Mrs. J. N. Demetrey of cently returned from Malone, Outdoor Lighting make your terrace, patio and garden put of '.,

Miami; Miss Mary Kay Demet. Florida, where they attended the your home after dark.gives more living space and more hours

rey of Orlando. From Daytona wedding of Mrs. Whitaker1 of en/r>ym nt It set the mood for run and entertainment,.,

Beach were Mr. and Mrs. James I niece. create dramatic contmts and beautiful effects in your garden. .

Veale, Mr. and Mrs. Joe Jabaly, Bad Electric Poet Lights at driveway or home entrance are eepe
Mrs. Peter Jabaly, Mr. and Mrs. .I Mrs. Nazhla Is visiting daily desirable tor safety and protection. They brightly welcome
Ed Reynolds, and Kay Trad. In Jacksonville with her son, your lUaU and discourage: tretpaater New model are available
From Bunnell were Mr. and Louis Trad, Jr., Wednesday with a "magic eyeM that automatically turns light ON at dusk "'0 ...

Mrs. Joe Kiley and children, and through Sunday. During her OFF at dawn-whether you're home or away
Charles Trad. stay there she attended a luncheon Lights for outdoor living are easy to install, eurprlalngly low
Wednesday honoring Louis' in coat. See the fine selection at your favorite electrical con.

flnancee, Miss Betty Jane Nick tractor or lighting..tore.I .

MRS. NAOMI HOSFORD ashl of Jacksonville Sundayshe
ASK FOR FREE BOOKLET "OUTDOOR LIGHTING"Full
HONORED ON HER will attend a breakfast honoring ,
of kM.e to Wp you In pUnnlnc
BIRTHDAY ANNIVERSARYMrs. the couple.
for mort fun lutjr and ..,..,.
Naomi Hosford had as
her guests over the weekendher The Finesse Bridge Club met
son and daughter in law, Tuesday evening at the home of 1h4 bo(12lc pl.drl1.! ":",f.

Mr. and Mrs. Jerry Hosford, and Mrs. Millie McCoy.Mr. . .Ins CMr4PIR, '00 i -

children Patricia, Robin, and rl0R1.0A POW El i LUlIT COMPANY
their month-old son, Richard and Mrs. R.Eo Ford and chll- I ,
Mourns suns "O""A
David. ren, Carol and Billy, were In Pa-

During the weekend they celebrated latka Sunday attending the
Mrs. Hosford's birthday Whlte-Jordan wedding at the

which occurred February 6. Calvary Batpist Church. The

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PAL PARKER


f i .FOR. SALE SEVERAL PARCELS OF LAND, LOTS, fJU1r.iJru

IMPROVED PROPERTY

Includes 100 ft. A-l-A Highway Ocean Front x 250 fie

feet facing three streets improved with CBS Garage

for Auto Repair Modern Service Station, Some

Equipment, with large living quarters, stove and re-
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refrigerator. Or will lease with option to buy. Terms % :


can be arranged)

Nights and Sundays, CL 35359, Daytona

Monday thru Friday HE 9-2073 r.


P. O. Box 218, Flagler Beach, Mrs. Pal Parker, Sr.
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PAnE,. RIGHT THE FLAGLER TRIBUNE, BUNNELL FLORIDA Thursday, Feb. 13, 1964
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cities where the reverse to the j If you can't have the bolt of
England Revives State's Economy I usual order. These cities were SPO'NOT RYi [everything, rake+ the beet of
Jacksonville and Daytona Beach !everything you have.
Ancient Craft ofRoofThatching Varies Slightly with summer 1 per cent over I ES ,
I
winter and Gainesville with 2
Season to Season percent HASTINGS MATTRESS

humble, a The level of Florida's business "Seasonal variations data, calculated j Continued From Page 2 & UPHOLSTRY WORKS
it ever so I
Be Is becoming a ':{ activity during winter months I from bank debits, are scene. 710.12 Lemon St
I \ thatched in cottage England. last year stood at 6 per cent above unvallable for 10 other Florida I Name Ftm Fta % Palatka. Florida
luxury summer month activity, cities. In West Palm Beach win. R. Tucker (Var) 29 39 74 Phone EA 5-9168
I Consequently, a postwar decline the Florida State Chamber of ter activity was 18 per cent over I B. Anderson (Var) 56 76 74 Furnitu,% Upholstering
has
In the art of thatching Commerce reports. summer; 12 per cent in Fort 1 ij. Seale (Var) 11 16 69 Repoirea & Refinished
been reversed, the National Geo "The seasonal differences inFlorida's Lauderdale; 10 per cent in Lake | W. Townsend (Var) 23 35 65 Uattresses & Box Springs
graphic Society says. The coun economy have been land and 9 per cent in Greater J. Brown (Var) 37 60 62 Made to Order Also Renovated
try's 750 craftsmen are hard gradually lessened in recent Miami. II E. Tucker (Var) 23 38 61 Call Laura Morris 437.3233
pressed to meet the demand for i years," the trade ,body said. "Key West and Orlando showed B. Moody (Var) 49 83 57 After 6:00 P. M.

their highly skilled services. "Summer tourism and year. 8 per cent above summer.!I H. Kuleskl (Var) 25 48 52 BUDGET PRICES PLAN REASONABLE IF NEEDED.
The price of emphatic rusticity round manufacturing have be. St Petersburg and Tampa W. Cowart (BB) 41 56 73 I Just as Dear as your
I .now comes high. A roof of come more balanced with winter matched the state average of 6 I J. Knight (BB) 30 53 57 Phone or Post Office
Norfolk reeds, the: most durable business, heavy with tourist per cent Pensacola showed 2 S.,Rockett (BB) 46 66 55 Drop Us A Card or Call
f!I covering: costs up to 400 pounds and agricultural dollars."In per cent and Tallahassee 1 percent 'I G. Miller (BB) 20 37 54 Free Pick-up & Delivery
I ($1,120)), but it will last 60 to 1960, the difference between ,i A. Ford (BB) 12 26 46
80 years If maintained properly. business levels in the two j iM. Tucker (BB) 15 40 38
1 Devon reed remains Intact for periods was 9 per cent in ,favorof More than 150 varieties of I I B. Elsenbach (BB) 4 18 22 Ibr II.glrr ftribunrBUNNKLL. :
25 to 40 years, wheat straw 10 .winter and was 8 per cent plant life grow underwater and I

to, .20.. in '1962. on land in the area around Silver ,I You're only young once. After FLORIDA ,.'
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Whatever the material, a top. "Last year's 6 per cent difference I Springs. that it takes another excuse.
ping of snug, thick, twany, well. was a result of the leveling __ MRS. M.B. FULLER Editor !
laid thatch will keep a cottage trend', plus adverse effects of
cooler In summer and warmer' winter weather. This latter force DHI..te4 Official Publication I

in..winter, admirers say, thanfactory resulted in summer'business exceeding CRAIG FUNERAL HOMEA. for Public>> Notleca ., Flater I
-made roofing. winter business in three County Municipalities tfcereU
Four Million Reeds I H. CRAIG Funeral Director
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and the State of Florida
: A' master thatcher needs deft the father drives a Rolls-Royce, JOHN\CAPO Associate

fingers, perhaps two months of the son of Jaguar. Entered a* iecond cla.* matter
time, and some four million The thatching trade urges AIR' LADY OXYGEN February 6, 1911, at the po tofflce:
reeds or straws cut in fve-foot householders to give their ex CONDITIONEDCHAPEL I I EQUIPPED at Bunnell. Florida under act of
lengths to cover a cottage of ATTENDANT '
loving '
pensive new rooftops I AMBULANCES March I, 1S76. .:
average: size. Ills 'tools are tried care. One prominent firm, in a

and true mallet, trimming brochure for customers, says, "If Phone ID 7-3532 One year _..___,2.1.Ix .
,J knife, sheep. shears, and a leg. you possess a good thatch, do\ 201 E. MOODY BLVD. BUNNELL. FLORIDA SI month __"$1,16:;;r
II get which looks something like be fair to it It is up to you." ,' a,,,,,
a lacrosse stick and is used to -- : '
beat the bundles of thatch into ,
For Florida vegetable
place: One 'present' difficulty is get- growers. .

ring enough thatch. English
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farmers are abandoning long x
stemmed wheat in favor of a

t high-yield, short variety. There
are plenty of reeds; but as the
London Sunday Times has observed
Norfolk people find it

an "uncongenial occupation" to .. ,
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cut reeds while standing knee* .,," ",.. >> ': ; '; ,
deep in icy water with north !.
/ I casters blowing in ,heirt faces. New maneb formulation contains ZINC .. '
Though a thatched ,cottage,is ., '
i possibly the most charmingly
bucolic residence ever created
y Ft .
by man, thatching in early'Eng.- y '.
land was merely a matter of
making do with materials at
hand. A small landowner built WANED FUNGICIDE
a.ermp/
his home of local stone or brick,, t "ao

timbered with wood from his disease control,.' '.
forests, and topped with reedsor for better
straw grown in the same and other crops

I county. k-. on potatoes
( The British scholar Palsgrave

t tutor, of Henry VIII's daughter
Mary, wrote peevishly in 1530,
VI am but a poore man, sytheI'
can not tyle my house, I must
be fayne to thacke it."

Colonists brought thatching, ;,:
essentially an English art, to
the New World. They laid
thatched roofs over log cabins ,
and split board huts. But Am.
erica's weather was harsh, and
thatching never really caught

on.Austerity. I
Brought Decllnt "
In England, the proud craft ,

was handed from father to son Manzate D offers these advantages: Y '.
century after century. It went >:,;
into decline and seemed doom "

\ E cd- except for replacement of /
; r thatches on historical land. I' ,
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;. marks such as Anne Hathaway's a Controls,many diseases'on a variety Safe to use when applied at short
entered ,
cottage-when England
1 a period of threadbare austerity of crops. intervals according to directions.Won't 'i'
j 1 'after World War II. Thatched
v clog nozzles..and :
roofs became rare in places spray '; .} ,
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where they had been a feast for 'Carries crops safely through. rainy small particles make better contact r . \ ': '
the It 'was not uncommon J'" .; <<'.
eyes. and humid infection periods.May ... ."
with disease
to see fine old thatches shamelessly f organisms. ; if .t; '\
patched with sheets of '

\, corrugated iron. '.a be used with many of the 8 Easy-to-use wettable powder tr" i I' .
The British Government did mixes :? i" 1.
commonly-used pesticides. easily. i4:, :
with (
11 ; much to save thatching an "', ,
I'' apprenticeship program which rr' .\ 1.,." '
q attracted young recruits to the On.tt d..mlnll.lolltnllldlifll'flllnltf oru end vcrnlnp crJllj. I .':': 1 ."1.1 Y. <<, '; :.: .
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trade. The British Rural Indus .
tries Bureau: estimates the present r' ''':i,iPON i

number of thatched cottages "I ' ;'; ,, ,_..'. .'.' :, ,J.; ,:
; ,
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Craftsmen ,
to 60,000. ,
at 50,000 .) it I' 'I .
have waiting lists of customers. ,, .,' ',.."' I j

yl Many nomadic thatchers lives, live moving peaceful from <[(J ., t';, ..: '

to Job in comfortable house
Job "
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trailers. One thatching
until THINGS FOR earo uviNO..THot w CKwm
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area during our first 7 months of operation, we have

cut prices on all clearance merchandise to cost and ;..Y

below and have added many more items to the sale. ';



WOMEN'S WEAR . MEN'S WEAR. .


T DRESSES . SPORT SHIRTSREGULAR
$2.99 TO$6.95

$300 $500 $700 $196 ,

Both long And short sleeve styles . wide assortment of
REGULAR S99 to$3500 colon, patterns and motifs.BOY'S .

A wide selection of shirtwaists, jumpers, shifts, 2.piece
dresses ... .misses,juniors,and half sizes .. .Choose from
over 200 exciting current styles..Sizes 5-15,8-20,12Va28- WEAR


OUTERWEARREGULAR SWEATERSREGULAR .

$599 to $4995. $1 50 $2 $350 $450

$2.99 TO $10.95
joo $500 $700 $900 An enormous selection of orlons in an exciting
of colors. button ,and
range up cardigan pullover styles
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plains and fancies. Sizes 3-flx 7-12 1020.
I Odds and ends of blazers, raincoats, toppers, long coats,
jackets in broken sizes and styles.Bargain I

JACKETS I

Basket

$250 $450 $550
Odds and ends, lingerie, gowns, pajamas, dusters, broken :
sizes and styles

50% to 75% Off Choose from REGULAR a large.electIon 499 of vinyls to $1499,cottons,suede look, I!
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with both quilt and pile linin some with knit collars
and sleeves., beige,blue,olive,rust.Sizes 818.
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Agricultural : yields of these crops.: compnsfimehts, don't forget that en and ranchers"" Increases w the

I' 1 Experimentations Citrus pulp WM A waste prod they requirad the team efri Af demand for additional information

\ Opening Doors To Progress' 1 uct and a jjattpp* Now the I I the Colfe of AffricMftBtWS* &ncernlng! production, marketing

I dried pulp, efirul'inolasses and produce qualified scientists td transportation and processing : .

other byproducts find ready conduct the research and of the of agricultural products.
1 Before a door can be open. markets at good profits as a I I'Agricultural Extension Service

:, qd, someone must find the In Florida, the University of result of research. to carry the knowledge to farmers American agriculture has
Hey. This Is essentially the principle Florida's College of Agriculture ; Industry and changed more, progressed more
f behind our land-grant Institutions Is the Incubator for the development l Potatoes in the Hastings area.!I I consumers.But In fie! last. 40 years than In the

1 such as the Universityof of tomorrow's research were producing low" yields be..! Just what lies ahead for I previous 200 years. The next 40

Florida. j I scientists and agricultural work. cause of a leafroll abnormality.In our land>grant system? The years promise even more out. .

Using a system of teamworK ers, many of which will become I 1951, a Station worker found high educational level of farm. I standing results.
,that Increasing the pH slightly,
University members of the Agricultural Experiment
almost unequalled, the ,
Stations and the Agri. together with the proportion of -
of Florida's College of Agriculture -' ,

Stations, Agricultural and the Agricultural Experiment cultural Extension Service, condition nitrate nitrogen and Increased, corrected yields.As the. Park-In Laundry ,and Dry Cleaners

The Agricultural Extension recently as 10 years ago,
Extension Service work together ALSO
l Service Is frequently referred to there was no sweet corn industry ;

Iji opening. the doors of unsolved as the off-campus arm of the in Florida. Station workers Jabaly's Rug Cleaners .;;

problems University of Florida. It is the proved out suitable hybrid sweet ''';.

.'Every Florida citizen Is affect branch that carries the research corn varieties and methods of AND ,'.k

ed.by C these three separate units findings of the Agricultural Experiment ear-worm control, and sweet ill's Shoe & Hat Cleaners J
from the day he is born How Stations as well as corn is now a multimillion dol. Repair
you ask? What have these organizations Other valuable basic informationto I* I
WALTON
lar
? crop. ,JOHNSTON, AGENT 1.,
done for me
you the citizen. Your county One of the jackpots of research ID 7-3575 BUNNELL
Last year the experiment station and home
agricultural agent
for Florida was
economy
released a new pole bean, SERVING FLAGLER COUNTY .
demonstration agents are in the discovery that minor elements I

a new lupine and a new fiber actuality faculty members of in the citrus fertilizer _.. .
crop: for making rope. These of the University of Florida. program would boost yields. ---- -- --- -
added to a long list of ]improved
were them abouta
recently releasedby From you may learn This one discovery has brought NEW FASHIONS IN FIRE INSURANCEThe
crops new recipe, a new idea for three times as much money to
the station-a new oat varieties home beautification, a fertilizer citrus producers in one year as fire insurance policies we write still give the same

new peanuts, celery, cantaloupes recommendation for the gardenor the total cost of research un dependable protection. But today you can often enjoy ad. ,

,. peaches, honeydew farm, or a new high yieldingcrop dertaken by the Experiment dltlonal coverage benefits-Home'Owner's Policy -at very *
melons and tomatoes. with diseases little extra coat.Remember .
variety resistance Stations during the past 75 "I
Station scientists are now
4-
working toward the release of years. This 90-million-llollar H. T. Cook Agency is ready to help you .
The efforts of the Agricultural j Jackpot is only one of the hundreds
new Improved varitles of strawberries I take advantage of these extra coverages. Telephone 4373361 .1
Experiment Stations best of discoveries that has '
peppers, watermelons may or stop In soon for full details.
be compared to the search for pushed Florida's annual capital ;
and sweet corn. Animal hus
gold. It may take years of scientific resources well beyond the mull. H. T. COOK AGENCY } i'

bandmen grade the are quality striving of Florida'sbeef to up "planning" to produce the i billion dollar bracket. 1 Phone 437-3361 Citizens Bank Building Bunnell Flo. :.,

nugget of knowledge that will When thinking of these ac- 11-
hogs and sheep through [
mean progress. ..But the results, .
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breeding and
an aggressive nro- '
-- -'- make up for all the time, ef Mrr -1'-1'n
gram against disease and insects
fort and money expended in the ;
is left :
Hardly an area un- .
search.. t..
<
I {ouch d by the researcher. ; n _
The research
agricultural, program ::
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What does this mean to the 1'1
has contributed to theworld's
;
Florida citizen? It means that
most efficient agricultural
you will soon be enjoying a i1t

higher quality bean on your dinner production system. It has . .
given us a continually Improving
table. That you may soon
,
supply of high quality food I : '
be catlnaa better tasting tomato "
and fiber at reasonable prices. ,' ..;: .
or strawberry or water
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It supplied needs r.. : '
our during 7 .c;
melon. It also will probablymean .
two critical World wars
that these items will cost very t..
I and several police actions and 1
p you less due to increased proficiency
[Lit has served as a buttress for
In production. ,"'
the food supply of the world.
Tho land grant system was
In Florida alone hundreds of .' I'.Jtl-
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established by a CongressionalAct \ ;
proft making discoveries have . ; \
of 1862, which made possible '
been made by University of "
for the first time, college level t..., t
Florida researchers In the
past .
training In agriculture. The i...
75 years. In 1931, for example, ,;11;,. I
of the "
scope program was expanded .
station researchers discoveredthe
by later legislation to r: .
causes and cures for "salt. .. .f-.

and include the Experiment the Extension Stations.Service on sick"range of cattle.have access All cattle to mineral now Do You Dial the Same Numbers Often? ' :.... :.F /'

Today, students throughoutthe .
.
supplements.In ,,"
nation receive excellent ,
1925, the shade tobacco In. .. (.
academic training in tho modern ... .
dustry in Gadsden County was ',: ,
classrooms and laboratoriesof .. .
!?'t..
about to be abandoned becauseof \
our land grant institutions. .
"
"Blackshank," a soil-borne t t s,pjhr?
disease. A station pathologist fl
Alsco Aluminum Siding developed and Introduced a tJ t '

with Dupont "TEDLAR"Not highly resistant new variety producing !tr.
A Paint a satisfactory quality !....


ContActVernon A. Raymond leaf Prior to 1927, the vast peat i-- : lt.

439.2214 Flagler BeachCommunity areas around Lake Okeechobee r

remained mysteriously unpro .

ductive despite their great and ', ; '

I I : : obvious potential Station chem. ,'f,
ists and horticulturists showed
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Memorial Church that minor additions of copper f"

,sulphate were the major need j .'
t .a..P-4.I..tl..1 I <
I Until about 1937, citrus, corn, -4 j .
S AIR CONDITIONED peaches, celery, beans. mangos I /;/
Dayton Anti I f'4t
and many other crops were suffering

FLAGLER BEACH I from minor elements de I ;' j(
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Sunday School 10:00: A.M. ficiencies. Many station work. Let t. "
Automatic
i Dialers Take Over for
You {
4 Church Service 11:00: A. MIL ers studied these problems. Now,

W DICKERT F'.tWr a few dollars worth of manganese I Select the one that fits your needs best The Rapidial, zinc, boron or some other :
KVKIIYONK WBLCOMK element doubles the previous at the top, stores up to 290 numbers on magnetic ,. ,..:

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The Card; Dialer telephone uses coded plastic cards, )I .. 't

AMBULANCE PHONE VAlley 4 1625 so the quantity of numbers it will dial automatically is ., .
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ST. AUGUSTINE. FLORIDA the set When you want to make a call, just pick out .I.. r
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with and So simple, and so time-saving. 3 ) .
are always at your service promptness* safety I : :

experience If you call the same numbers often, automatic dialers I :;".

Equipped With Oxygen Resiuita.or and Inhalator I can be a big help to you. For details, just call your -' '

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HOOP CHEESE Lb. 49* BEEF LIVER 3 Lbs. $1 HOG MAWS 5 .$JL
Lyke's NKrer BRisKET PIG TAILS 5 Ibs. JL oo
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'PAGE TWELVE THfc FLAGLER _TH1UUNE._ __BQNNiflJ_ ) LOKin Thursday. Feb. 13, 1964patterns.

;and bronze busts, and other feathers The duelers pick up I dust efficiently while protecting

\ *rv >r-\r > -v wy works of artWork the easily marred marble. But cascades of crystal must be put

I 1 this week's/ : ir2eacl Aplenty the annual treatment isn't all back together again like complicated
1I that simple. three-dimensinal
I Jigsaw -
Walls and must be,
ceilings
\ ... (Continued from page 6) Although the Capitol is re- puzzles.
TAUNITUMI V" ',washed replastered repainted, yarded as a shrine by most visitors
"" of the auto retouched fixtures and Probably no job requires more
ywvv\ I School, graduate i I or ; light vandalism is a continuing
motive division; and of the electronic electric circuits checked, repaired effort and painstaking care than
Look division of the Daytona II I I and problem. the cleaning and restoration of
The FesUvi I I or replaced; every ; "You'd be surprised how difficult
Beach Junior College. At pres: I nook and cranny of the ornate the "Brumidiiridor" on the
it Is to
get lipstick or
mt he is employed at Minneapolis I structure reached by a mop, I off a marble statue," crayon ground floor of the Senate wing.
sixk Honeywell plant of St. I broom, duster, or vacuum noz Mr. Fogle. says Every square foot of wall and
Petersburg, Florida. I ceiling is covered with painted

zle.Could all this be done before From Floors to Ceiling birds and flowers, medallion por
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Mrs. Mae Hendren has returned the scheduled reconvening of I I There. are other problems. The traits, and landscapes. Highly

to her home after a visit !1of the 88th Congress on January 7, 1 j Capitol's colorful floors for ex- skilled artists, under the inquisitive

several' weeks with her son I 1964 No, there simply wasn't ample! are a variety of materials eyes of guided tourists and

In law' and daughter, Mr. and time, said Carl S. Fogle, assist. ranging from terrazzo, flagstone, other onlookers, are constantlyat
raN Mrs. Frank Crotty of Fern Park.J. ant supervising engineer In and marble to intricate mosaics work. It goes so slowly thatb

Architect J. George Stewart's of. and ornate Minton tiles from ythe time the craftsmen finish .

C. Meeklns from Pembroke, fice. But work crews made a i! England. For each type a different the entire corridor, they must

Ga., arrived last week for an stab at it, cleaning and I process and cleaning material start again.

extended visit with his brother bishing rooms as they refur.1 I must be used. For sheer volume, there's the

;g ., A. and sister in law, Mr. and Mrs. I vacant toward the end I The chandeliers, made up of inside of the Dome, repainted

\\1 Jack Meekins of Flagler Beach. session. Public halls and cham hundreds of Individual pieces of every four years. The recipe for

3257ts Mr. Meekins was accompanied bers were redone. Statues re I I crystal, receive special attention.A this bit of work calls for 1,000

I u trom Pembroke by his nephew, ceived their customary yearend I crew of men takes the fragments gallons of paste paint, 250 gal.
b4tlL Kin Meekins who returned to facials. : down, one by one, and Ions of raw oil 475 gallons of

Cesar his home Sunday. For general cleaning of statuary I turns them over to a group of turpentine, and 25 gallons of

t Capitol cleaners use ostrich women ,for washing. Then the dryer.

Mrs. John Robert Persons ar _n _- -- - -
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rived from Montgomery, Ala
bama, to visit with Mr. and Mrs.

George Moody, Sr. Mrs. Personsis .
the daughter of Mrs. Moody.

:I : e Mrs; Bob r-Whitney is visiting I

in DeLand with a recently widowed

I lla. friend, Mrs. Helen Battag-

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fotltrn No 32$1. TJ>. f.iftool. /,. I I
T/I/I// porly.prtMy "oop..cle fcoi We would like to express to '64 JET-SMOOTH LUXURY CHEVROLET-lmpaU-Sport Coupe
ski,, with/ wondtrful' thoplitg' end It fur our kind neighbors and thought.
prfifnp'y! MIX (e i.w, No. 3257 come i InI I
I ful friends our heartfelt thanksfor
,I Iz.i I 10, 12,. 14, 16, reo Sht 14 wftft
hart d.l tv4 o'-ti 2'/i yard o/ /S-IncA the many comforting deedsof
I fabricwith" thru quarter if.v., J% kindness and thoughtfulness I
yards of 43 ''nclt.N..dwOIIe '
/ ,,,,,.,,, No. '98. loUt/ that came to us during our ill
Cev", H,r. fi a tuft war to pr..*,,> baby ness and 'stays in the hospital I
a po/r/ of "11I" "" b> //.. 01 a thowcr 81t,. the past weeks. I I
for lh. oM f for, il may b, iMftd with For the prayers, flowers cards,
cotton,,and fctod itwod on to form soft I
vdihob't' tax SInd for No. 699. visits, and letters, we are deeply I
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,Our"iN.':f//.work look containing a grateful. These kindnesses ALL-NEW CHEVELLE-.MaUbu.SpOrl Coupe
covpon:! lorI fr*. aott rn (In 50 ,nft.SinJ meant much to us. '
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35< for tttti don "ot/.,,,, J5f for I ?N: tirrr
'oe* n..d',*o Iptfftrn odd $< for oocft Sincerely, L / '
."",," IDft .' ,'"" mo/Ing and ?0tff A. O. and ,Sara Brantley.
.oelt"( >, ' tSM "''''''''0') to I
'''''''!Y' OJ IU.1MU. 1.. two, N.. METHODIST CHURCH II I
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Church school is at 9:45: A.M. --r

H ,I and morning worship is at 11 o' 'I '64 THRIFTY CHEVY_H-Nova_ :: Sport Coupe

i ; i clock with Rev. Reynold Hoover, <1;. ,
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The study group on "ChristianPerfection" .: ,
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I U I evening at 6 o'clock.

"W HAte BAPTIST CHURCH \

Sunday school is at 9:45: A.M.
I" ,Don't Forget Trimmings ' 64 SPORTY MORE POWERFUL CORVAIR-Monza Club
' and morning worship is at 11 o' Coupe
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For desserts or Ice creams that
clock with Rev. Atlee Stevens *
you want to serve with a topping,
try an envelope of dessert topping pastor. Training Union Is at 6:15P.
mix with li cup of cold milk, Sic M. and evening worship Is at
teaspoon vanilla and V cup crushed 7:30.:
peppermint candy It's heav

only Need a quick chocolate sauce? Cleaning CapitolFor
Melt over low heat 2 teaspoons
butter, 6 ounces chocolate chips 88th '
and 1 cup evaporated milk. Blend Congress 64 EXCITING CORVETTE-SUng Ray Sport Coupe

thoroughly Proved Big TaskAs

Helen's Favorite: ': YOUR CHEVROLET DEALER HAS MORE TO OFFER:
I the 88th Congress's first
Coconut Truffles session ground to a halt at the
Makes 24) luxury cars thrifty cars sport cars sporty cars big cars
close of 1963, It left a monu ,
1 tablespoons softened butter mental task for the Capitol's small short
1 egg yolk cars, long cars, cars, family cars, personal cars
housecleaners-and almost no
V cup confectioners sugar
4-ounce bar sweet cbocolate time to do It in.
I' 4.5 DIFFERENT MODELS OF CARS
Crated Normally, the Capitol Arch I-

i.. % cup finely grated coconut tes's staff can count on several
t i teaspoon run extract months, or several weeks, forth Why one stop at yourChevrolet dealer's Is like having)'ourown private auto show
1' Cream butter and blend IB annual cleanup between a

egg< yolk. Gradually add sugar. congress' sessions. But since: And if we had room here we could go on and list all the engines Chevrolet offers,

cup Blend coconut well. Add and rum chocolate extract., H World War diminished II, the Interims have. ranging up to an extra-cost 425-hp V8 in the big Chevrolet. And all the different
to
Roll la gradually a peacetime
Form into /.lnt1a balls.
remaining coconut and chili for low of less than one weekIn transmissions. And the umpteen different exterior and interior color choices.

w I several hours to blend flavor 1DG3-G1. And the models with bucket seats and those without. And the hundreds of
The job Is one of colossal proportions
Coconut milk may be made from says National Geographic different accessories, including the new extra-cost AM-FM radio. But that's best
t I canned coconut by soaking lit I Crews must scour, dust
left to Chevrolet dealer. That and how
your exactly reason
of canned coconut with IVfc
I cups mop, and polish 540 rooms 16Hi
i cups milk, and stirring over low acres of floor space more than able the price can be for you to be able to enjoy so much car.
minutes Pour into a
for 2
heat
\ I 100 elaborate chaandellcrs, 160
sieve and press out liquid.
Try an orange-coconut flip for paintings. 83 statutes (VI marble THE' GREAT HIGHWAY PERFORMERS Chmotet CfceteHa Cbery U. Comir Comttt

,! a treat use orange Juice milk In equal with .. IV'" ..__..._Sts tAft at your Cfcwofd Shcicnom
\ I amounts with coconut J U 1

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,1 of navel maybe
!lections oranges
for desert or garnish SERVICE
used
j .' b'tn"t.d with undilif I SERVICE
t>en they're ROAD -CHEVROLET COMPANY
d Utrtrh Juke .." I imMte Light Mechanical Work
of 11-4'-'*a r--act. Carnisnith
Phone 437-3411 BonaeU TELEPHONE ID 7-3131 BUNNELL FLORIDA
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