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Title: Flagler Tribune
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Language: English
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Place of Publication: Bunnell, Fla.
Publication Date: March 19, 1964
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Spatial Coverage: United States -- Florida -- Flagler -- Bunnell
Coordinates: 29.4675 x -81.256944 ( Place of Publication )
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VOLUME 52, NO. 11 BUNNELL, FLORIDA, THURSDAY, MARCH 19, 1964 $2.60 A YEAR
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i: City Program of1 VFW TO PRESENT Bunnell School WARNING GIVEN .,These QualifiedAs
BASKET TROPHIESJohnny
I WELFARE CLIENTS

.' Street Paving Is I II Mercer, commander of Honor Roll For District Five State Departmentof I Candidates .'

the local Veterans of Foreign Public Welfare Director Es-
I i Being Pushed Wars. Post, announces that there Fourth Six WeeksFourth I I telle Long said today It had I For Local Offices
,will be a special meeting of the been brought to her attention
Bunnell City Commission -Townsend: Ula Allen, j t I I I I The qualifying deadline for
: Isj I|I post on Thursday, March 26, at that persons In some areas of
I I having work done this week on the Bunnell Civic Center. The 'Karen Clegg, Mary Cook, Nancy I I the district receiving assistance !!I county political offices for the

the street paving program. I, meeting will be held to present I!Creal, Debbie Johnston, Violet from the agency had been ap. ]:: May primaries ended at 12 noon
Jones, Mike Manuel Katie Me-
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using the soil. I I .with nine offices un
The crews are I VFW to the basketball Tuesday
trophies proached by persons saying the
I[Farland, Lady Rodgers, Denise ..
cement process amd using thecounty's team. Social Worker had sent them. I opposed. A total of 23 Candidatcs "
equipment. i Head Basketball Coach Nor Tucker. These '' qualified to run In the election. .
persons are usually con.
They are paving Palmetto St I man L. Sloan of the University I'I'I I Fifth-Manuel: Greg Robert I tracting for services. I'I'I .
from Moody Blvd. north to Mag ,of Florida In Gainesville will be son, Minnie Deen, Kirk Robert. I Director Long said this is not Office holders who were re-
nolia, a distance of four blocks. ''son. nominated without oppositionare
and will
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special guest presentthe true. She advises the
Also Magnolia from Palmetto I I trophies. I'I Fifth-Morris: Lyna Knight, I I being contacted by persons- I. : E. A. Smythe, clerk of the
persons sayIng
:west to Anderson St., a distance Janet Scott, Jay Townsend, Catherine the Social Worker sent them, circuit court; Dale B. Brown, Jr.,
of seven blocks. I Harris. tax collector, and Leola Jones,
Scheduled for paving this I Report of Mass I I Sixth-Tonkin: Mike Barber, '' Worker"please before contact signing your Social judge of the small claims court. ..
any pa.
week is Hardy St. from Been James Brannam, Linda Aao.unopposed are Otis Hunter
: I I contracts.
or
r Road north five blocks to First Polio Vaccine Debecca Durrance, Me Church'j I I pers county commissioner, district
St. 1 Cody, Jeannie five; Raymon Tucker, school
Recently repaired are seven Program bier. Cynthia IHmmy. :iCwen King board member, district two; and
blocks on Anderson St with a I i' \' Lena Knight Glenn Nelson Beth 1 Woman's ClubCeremony Harold Emery, district four; WIN
:, leveling coat of asphalt. Also The final tally of the highly Matherly Ty Whltaker. fred Hunter, constable, and R.
block of Church St. from successful mass polio vaccine A. Powell of the
one Seven-A: Carl Baggett, Gary To justice peace.
1 :Moody Blvd. one block to Court program was as follows: Buckles, Charles Great, David Also unopposed is Don Moore,
St and the driveways around Type I (Dec. 8) 3,265 Johnson, Hal King, Dianne Lu. Burn MortgageThe registered real estate broker,
Lake Lucille and around the Type III (Jan. 19)) 3,364 cas. who Is a candidate for the office
Civic Center. Type II (Mar. 1) 2,887 I Seven: Charles Clegg, George Flagler Woman's Club U of tax assessor Incumbent D.D. "
Also paved Bay St from the Mrs. George Clegg, general Koczwanski, Jimmy McNab, I planning a "Mortgage Burning Moody, tax assessor since 1932,
crossing at Court and repaved county chairman, expressed appreciation Mike Robinson, Nancy Hargett, Ceremony" for the clubhouse is not seeking re-election. I
from Court north to Lambert a for the wonderful cooperation Terry Rawlins, Carla Tucker. mortgage, thus realizing: their Opposed are: for superintend
distance of two and a half received and desiredto Eight-A: Linda Knight, Jo dream of 18 years of planning'and ent of public instruction, Incumbent
blocks. publicly recognize the follow. anne Wilson, Tommy Duncan, I work, Mrs. Flossie Halnes Z. D. HollancTarid Coy Harris I
Ing: Rusty Improta, Tony Parker, said today. ; Incumbent Homer Brooks and I.
i Flagler Farm Bureau, sponsor. Sue Broadaway, Ben Cannon. E. Walton JohnstonJr. for sheriff;
Revival Begins. at Ing unit; Howard Taylor, loud Eight: Karen Moody, I The ceremony, will be held for county are are incubcnt T.
'speaker and flyers; Mrs. Rose. tricia Robbie. pa'i April 12 at the clubhouse, 152 K. (Buddy) McKnight and
Church Brown and Mrs. Joann South Central Avenue, Flagler Duane Deen.
Baptist mary Nine-A: Vicky King, Julie Kay
Crews, flyers and car stickers;, Wllldns, Walton Cowart. Beach, at 3 o'clock In the after. In county commissioner district

Sunday For Week Junior Woman's Club, posters; Nine-B: Rebecca Robertson, noon. one where Incumbent Jack
VFW Auxiliary, Flagler Worn- Arthur Ford. Mrs. Haines said "a ceremony Clegg did not seek reelection!\
Re i'. James! A. Sawyer will an'fubi,Haw .Creek Commun-. Ttn.A; Margie Lee Bl kelYt r worthy of "the octtjslonf 'Isabel ngplahhedT Harry Atkinson and Lou Stet- ..... .. .
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k conduct the revival. at the First ity Club;; Flagler Beach.M hod' Stanford Robertson ... > Invitations wffl })emailed Ilk are qualified candidales Also
Baptist Church beginning Sun 1st Men; Country. Club; Idle Ten-B: Bellta Collins, Marga. to individuals and sponsoring In county commissioner district
day, March 22, and continuing wood Club; Business and Professional ret Hoskins, Brenda Tucker, John firms, but an extensive three are Incumbent C. H. Cow-
i through Friday, March 27th. Women;' Korona Community Charles Matthews. welcome Is given to all tho art, T. Shelton Brooks and Lee
Rev. Sawyer is pastor of one Club and Junior Woman's Eleventh: Kadyce Lovell, Buz- county, for without your help, Drazba contesting for the office.
of the most strategically located Club: manned the feeding stations by McKnight, Marie Fl urle.'I I great and small, the goal could Running for supervisor otregl.traUon
churches In Florida, the First over the county. + Twelfth: Sue King, Linda not have been achieved." are tmogene Strickr
f Baptist Church of Cocoa. His Nurses who assisted were: Mrs. Cody, Alllda Tucker, Nancy Wil Past presidents will be honor. land, Frances Edmoruton and
(t church has a membership of Margaret Cook, Mrs. Ruth San son. ed alpng with state, county and Mary Smith. Incumbent Gladys
1,250 and last year baptized 104 ford, Mrs. Marietta Misslnnl, city dlgnatarles<< during the ceremony Deer li retiring from the office:
persons. The wide range of his Mrs. Peggy Moody, Mrs. Margaret Future Aim of the club and did not seek re-election.

1 ministry In Cocoa equips him I Taylor, Mrs. Mabel Brooks, Public Is to be of service to the county State and National Candidates
to deal with the problems of Mrs. Gladys Sturman, Mrs. Etta Speaking and to present interesting and
Incumbent U. 8. Senator
Spes-
r everyday life, with deep under. Peterson, Mrs. Elizabeth Hoff, constructive programs, she said
sard Holland Is
Contest of 4.HThe opposed by
standing. .
Slovak Mrs. Louise
Miss Theresa ,
Bra I ley Odom in the Democratic
education
lie received his at
Eastern Baptist College and Taylor, Mrs. Peggy Wells, annual 4-H Public Speaking primaries and will be opposedin
Seminary, Southwestern Baptist and Mrs. Louise Church. Contest Is scheduled for Postmaster SpeaksTo the general election in No
Theological Seminary, Wheaon Dale Brown packing vaccine Thursday, March 19th, at 4 P. M. vember by a Republican candidate
College Academy, and has done and manning headquarters sta. at the Flagler County Court. I Senior CitizensFlagler Claude Kirk, Jr., of Jack
tion; Dr. John M. Canakaris,
I house, upstairs In the courtroom. sonville.
special studies at Southern Seminary
visiting feeding stations; Gib Approximately fifty 4-H members Beach Postmaster Rufus -
of W. L.
and the University Congressman (Billy
Anderson, handled vaccine and I have Indicated they will Miller spoke before tho the
Florida. Matthews, representing 8th
loaned his store for headquar present talks. There will be a Flagler Senlof Citizens Club at
him district which
Offices of honor held by congressional Includes
ters; George Moody, assisted Junior Contest for boys and girlsIn their meeting Tuesday evening, ( .
include the first vice presidentof Flagler county 1s mop.po.l'd.
the Florida Baptist Conven with vaccine, loud speaker; JohnA. the fifth through the seventh March 17, at the Flagler Beach I .
Clegg, publicity Miss Marie Recreation Center.
and the Senior Contest
grades,
tion, president of the Florida I State Senator Vcrle A. Pope,
Historical Society, member of Muzyka, records; Dr. J. R. Say will include grades eight thru I Miller discussed the new Zip I representing the 31st district Includes
the Florida Baptist Retirement ere, medical direction of the entire twelfth. I Code system for handling and Flagler county, Is unopposed
centers, past president of the program; Lewis Wadsworth, Alllda Tucker Is chairwomanof speeding mall, pointing out thatIt I for reelection.
Brevard County Tuberculosis and transportation and manning the contest and she has been had been In use In West Germany Also unopposed for reelection
Health Association, past president headquarters station. assisted by LevI Brannam, Jr.. for some time where it :Is Flagler County's representative t
of the Cocoa Kiwanis. Also, appreciation Is expressedto Betty Lynn Bourne, and Johnnie has proven to be highly success In.the state legislature William ,
The revival wilt also present the several thousand persons Ruth Miller. fun About three years educational :( L. Wadsworth.Committee.
special music for the congrega who took the oral vaccine, thus Juduges for the elimination work will be required, he
tion and choirs. Ray basis, min. making Flagler County safe I contest will be Mrs. F. Edition- aid, before the American pub.
ister of music of the First Bap from a polio epidemic. son Rev. Reynold" Hoover Rev. lie as B whole can be expectedto For
fist Church of New Smyrna Tom Pinner. use the Zip Code numbers
Beach, will direct the music. Mr. Good Start For The top three contestants In I when addressing mall. Burns To Meet
Davis Is a graduate of Houghton the Junior and the Senior Division In attendance! at the 8 o'clock ,
College, Houghton, New Red Cross DriveThe will vie for their awards I potluck supper were 47 club A meeting of the Burns Campaign
New York and of Baptist Bible at the March 26th luncheon members and their guests, including I Committee has been called
Seminary, Johnson City New Red Cross Drive for Flag. meeting of the Rotary Club. I I I three first-timers. A collection for 7:30 tonight (Thursday) !
York. lie has done special studyat I ler County Is off to a good start Judges for the final contest are t ' taken for the current at the Masonic Hall Dining l
Kent State University and the I|after a late beginning. The drive John A. Clegg, M. B. Fuller, and Red Cross fund drive in Flagler Room, Committee Chairman D. I
University of Florida. At the I i j Ita sponsored by Flagler Post 115I Mrs. John C Rice.Representatives I I County netted 175. The next D. Moody said today. i
present time, he leads five ,;I i of The American Legion. The from the Flag I I meeting' will be Tuesday, April All members of the committeeare i
choirs whose ages range from post Is being assisted by a number let County Farm Bureau and the I I 17 at the clubroom, with program urged to attend and all t
four years through adults. Ii of civic dubs and other or Flagler County Cattlemen's Association i to be announced later. those Interested In Joining the t
All are Invited to attend and I ganizations which are endorsingand will present trophiesto Haydon Burns Campaign are In. :
share In the revival It will be assisting the drive. the AIM place winners In both CAPITOL ROTUNDAThe vited to attend the meeting. \
gin at the 11 o'clock service Sunday I;! Flagler County Is associatedwith the Junior and Senior Dlvfekms. Rotunda of tho United
morning and continue each the East Volusla Red Cross The public Is Invited to attend States Capitol was a no man's I \
night at 7:45.Underwater. I Chapter.Post I I the contest. land In early days because neither I Of the more than 300 medical ,
Commander Cora Buckles House nor Senate would assume personnel who have served aboard 'j
I said the quota set for Flagler to the Red Cross and who have responsibility for It. Peddlers the white hospital ship 'I''
gardeners are employed County Is $XX. At press time not been contacted are asked moved In. Visitors could So S. nope during two voyages, ,
at Silver Springs to con. "a total of 1257 had been re call any member of the post or I buy apple peelers or com shellen 36 have served twice and one- i
trot the eel grass In the bathing crived. make their contribution through or view! a panorama of Paris Dr. Herbert Bloom of Detroit- ;
area which must be clipped! reg Anyone wishing to contribute their club for SO cents has served three times.f I



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TWO .. THE FLAGLER TRIBUNE, BUNNBLL, FLORIDA Thursday, March 19, 1964
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in a hurry. 'I How To 'MakeHousework I' greater output with less expenditure and specific lighting, practice
Team rosters are tatag made I of energy-: good posture and debts Properly

up and the boys will be put on EasierBy The way she dresses influences tor the Job.j ,
the Zazas, All (f Stars, Rmkydlnk her ability to work also. All is In vain unless you are
NOTES team. A shedule will be made ( Alma Warren) Comfortable dresses with backs willing to* find"'and practice bet.

up for a few weeks play, until Does your housework take too for action, well fitted shoes with ter ways 'of working. Changing
SHELTON TAGS HORNSBT spring football !training, and much time, tire you or bore low to medium high broad the type and place of work to
POUNDS WADSWORTH 7.2 I will resume after that training. you? heels and good foundation garments I, alternate between Jobs that require .
Shelton Supermarket raked I Jim Brown will be in chargeof Increase her ability to standing, walking and
Butch Hornsby and Greg Robert. the program and will do the It It does, do something about work with less fatigue.To sitting helps out.
son for 4 hits, 5 walks In the Softball rules It, say home economic special
umpiring. Amateur The old slogan a p.ace for
third and fourth Innings that 'ists. The homemaker needs to save time and energy!
will all
goven games.SHELTON everything and everything In Its
was good for 7 runs and 7.2 win. study her way of working and homemaker must plan, organizeher
WINS OVER BAKER place is a good rule to follow.
This was the first win for this learn to save time and energy.This I storage, make necessary
Shelton Market won over Ba changes in the physical set-up,
team. I
ker 5.10 Monday afternoon 72. Is especially! true_ _of workcarried I have work and storage heights Subscribe for The Flagler Tribune
Mike Kelly and John Geller This win the market team on in the kitchen because .
put built for her, adequate general $L53 4 Year In Advance *
pitched two hit ball. Mike struck in second place. John Geller, much of her time Is spent
out 7 In the 3 innings that he and Mike Kelly scored two runs there. Proper placement of work ---
pitched. George Revels clubbeda each. Dudley Improta got his centers should be in relation to
base loaded home run in the first midget league hit. Mike each other. Adequate facilitiesfor CRAIG FUNERAL HOMEA.
fourth. Mike Barber slammeda Manuel, third sacker for Baker, storage and practice of easier
long triple in the fourth to Is in a spring slump Today's and better ways of doing all H. CRAIG Funeral Director
drive in one run. Chip Johnstonhad game will find Wadsworth meet. Jobs from the least to the great. JOHN CAPO. Associate
a double, driving in David ing Bakers 5.0 at 3:50.: est pays off by saving time and
Solomon. The loss was the first energy. AIR OXYGEN
I LADY I
for the Lumber Co. Each boy The way a person works, CONDITIONED I I EQUIPPED
DishBy
Books Are I
looked good in action and My ATTENDANT
stands, sits, and the amount of CHAPEL P I AMBULANCES
league action will bring out bet. ( Dorothy Homons) stooping and reaching she does
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ter ball playing. We are pondering on how to I while working and the way she Phone ID 7-3532

JUNIOR SOFTBALL make paperbacks last, havingseen uses her hands and eyes tend 201 E. MOODY BLVD. BUNNELL FLORIDA
LEAGUE FORMED r 90 or more for the Flag. to lessen fatigue and results in I

After many tirelng weeks try- ler Woman's Club Library re
'ing to form some kind of league cently, and some of them are

for teenage boys, we finally worth keeping. Insects ravaging potato fields?
have a three.team Softball Take T, E. Lawrence's "Seven your
league. The boys had two prac Pillars of Wisdom" on which
tice games last week. Boys were was based the movie "Lawrenceof
assigned to teams in the two Arabia." When first publish.
practice games.I ed it cost $150 a copy. Here for
was surprised to see some 95 cents is this masterpiece ex.
boys looked so good. And, all actly as written in the first
in all, each boy showed some I place. .
thing. They showed a lot of I And Vance Pritchard's "The
speed and all god rid of the ball Hidden Persuaders. Still time.

ly, he tells how cleverly Madls- .' '

O. T. ALFORD son Avenue publicity men studyus
Registered for our weaknesses in buy-
Ing.It.
Real Estate BrokerBunnelL is a scathing commentaryon

what dupes we all are but
Florida I
women in particular. Guess why i
women prefer buying packagedmeat
in a supermarket to buyIng .
'PI ltU 4: ; I In, a small old,time butcher -
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shop? They we ashamed to// f' '\ -
BOSTON, LOS ANGELES be overheard admitting how lit. a aFIGHIDACKI

LONDON tle they know about cuts of
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meat!
But they would rather pay
more for the extra paper and
the cute little meat cardboarddish
than have a stranger know
SCIENCE they: did not know a leg of < "
lamb from a pig's knuckle. Stores .I > .
MONITORInteresting like this make me think
I women deserve to be treated
like slaves.
According to Donald Adams of
the New York Sunday Times
many New York children have
seen only one other bird besidea
sparrow and thai one is a
Accurate sea guilt! I, myself often' saw '
the gulls flying around Lower
Complete Broadway when I went to work

(Uttmotlonol) Newt Cov.reae there.The reading table has been I

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painted bittersweet red to match
Th Christian Science Monitor
the rest of the decor in the library .
On St..
Norwoy Boston 15, Matt.
and has received many
Send your newspaper for th time compliments. Mrs. Phil Kester
checked. Enclosed find check ormon.y
my .
order. Q 1 ytor $22. thought up this enchanting color WITH ORTHOL
Q a months !11 Q S months $5.50 scheme. t
Anybody got a good book on
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----City .- --. ZonT.. of subjects. ORTHO Phosphamidon kills the major Florida potato insects.

Subscribe to The Hogler Tribune Besides killing on contact, Phosphamidon mores into the plant's system to kill
Slot SZ50 A Year In Advance
54 insects that l hide from other sprays. Phosphamidon kills the major Florida potato

pest....and because of its systemic action your workers can be back in the fieldsin
This is to Announce that
a matter of hours. Rain won't wash it off,either.

I AM A CANDIDATE FOR Phosphamidon is a water soluble liquid, so it's easy to

County Commissioner Dist. 3 mix. Because it's absorbed quickly, it's less harmful to

ill 1111 bees and other beneficial insects. Phosphamidon is com

Flagler County II patible with most of your other pesticides. And it's very

ORTHO effective in small dosages. So why hassle with combination .

SUBJECT TO DEMOCRATIC PRIMARY PHOSPIIAMIDON !l sprays? Get the spray that gets potato insects coming

MAY 5, 1964 t J and going ORTHO
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Thursday, March 19, 1964 THE FLAGLER TRIBUNE, BUNNELL, FLORIDA PAGE THREE'
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Planting Tips for fruit crops with the University tore well in all sections. But no I I grower has Vtolfe recoineradsthat : th of Floddafe College of Agriculture -I jI one peach variety will grow pest resistant varieties besought saturate the soil to rooth.,depth.
Home Fruit TreesBy points out that there are satisfactorily everywhere. Evergreen trees will need plentyof
! several factors which should Apples, though, will not grow Fruit trees selected should water each week until the
( lack Koran) .1 I govern your selection of fruit anywhere in Florida. have a long producing season .I summer gains start but deciduous
If you raised fish for pleasure, trees for your own use. They '' Pollination, needs are Important of fruit and should be chosen I trees will need no care until
you wouldn't think of adding I I are temperature and climate, in selecting your fruit on the basis of eating quality I new growth appears.CHIMPANZEE .
salt to the water where the fresh pollination, pest resistance, and Oranges and peaches need no I and not marketing appearanceor
water fish lived, nor would you variety of tree. i I pollination, but plum, pecan shipping endurance. I CALLS
purify the water of the salt wa [avocado, persimmons and some
I \ ter fish. Wolfe explains that orange muscadine grape and tangelo Deciduous fruit trees, those I Chimpanzees use a tremendous -
trees would have a fair chanceof I I varieties require proper pollina which lose all of their leaves variety of calls, among thema
I I By the same reason, If you're success In protected locationsin tion. every fall such as peaches, pecans low-pltched "hoo" of greeting
planning or planting fruit trees the Gainesville area, but and plums, should be National Geographic says. While. )
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In your backyard, be sure to obtain I would be a definite gamble at I The factor of pest resistance planted in early winter for best the vocal sounds are not a'
the right tree for the ex. ,Tallahassee or Monticello. Conversely I should be stressed here because results. The later the plantingIn language in the human sense "
istlng conditions-or chances!)l pecans and satsumas the home grower usually does the winter the shorter the of the word, they are under.
are it will not thrive. I I will live only in the northern I not have the equipment for pest period of root development.When stood by other chimpanzees and
Dr. H. S. Wolfe, professor of'' half of the state, while peaches control that the commercial the trees are set into !form a means of communication.



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l'AS.'Ifi,1fOUR THE ;FLAGLER TRIBUNE BUNNELL, FLORIDA Thursday : arrfi 19, 1964
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THE 'BOOK NOOK;-Recommended' - --i conditions for germination, NOW HOW T9 tends stick to the -Inside, of
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which could develop into a serious talny -

'BLESS. THIS HOUSE Lawn CareBy I weed problem. I STORE ICS CREAM During extremely long storage,

"($V Norah Lofti) Spring After yertlcuttlng, sweep or I I U you stock up on ice cream it may alsd deypjop a stale flav
Blew This House Is a unique' ( Jack Horan) rake the loose thatch and clip. during sales, be sure you know or. Ice..cream won't deteriorateas
noV because it deals with several I Just as baseball players use pings from the lawn. The grass I how to store It. fast in a deep freeze, or in

{ generations in a family instead -. the warm spring months to get should be mowed closer than Dairy technologists say ice a refrigerator which 'does not
of relating the events of II themselves back In shape, now usual-especially' when the I: cream presents some special have the fmst-free feature.
a single lifetime.It Is a good time to put your lawn leaves have been killed by frost.In home storage problems. It is explained However, it Is unwise to stock
traces the occupancy of a I back in tip-top condition, says I areas of the state where the that if ice cream is .I more than one can use within

house from the time of its construction Dr. G. C. Horn, associate turf grass remained green throughout I stored too long, especially in the a reasonable time.

during the reign of technologist with the Florida the winter, mow at regular new "frost free" refrigerators, It Subscribe for The Flogler Tribune
Queen Elizabeth I to the present Experiment Stations.Dr. height. I becomes coarse and Icy, and 5230 A Tear la Advance
-day reign of Queen Elizabeth Horn first recommends
Now is a good time to fertilize
II, a period of more than that grass killed by frost, I .
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has been --
whether -
your yard ver
insects or diseases -
four hundred years.In drought
ticut not. If the lawn has
Eliza. should be removed and replacedby or c! ', -
the time of Queen been verticut, fertilize right ,a- _
sod, or at least sprigged. The
beth I) Thomas Rowhedge, a A complete fertilizer or
way.
advantage of sodding is that
young sea adventurer who returns one that contains ,

nitrogen! phosphorus
the lawn is back in shape im
wealthy, has his house and potassium is needed.A liotC 44C tfoWv doctdc...
built by an orphan boy and his mediately.
uncle, a carpenter. Their skill March is an excellent time to 1.1.1 ratio mixture such as I'foWr.p
and imaginations combine to verticut, which is cutting vertically 6-6-0, tf-8-8 or 10-10-iO' is reconv I;
create a truly beautiful house, into the grass. Verticutting mended"for turf this time of the

almost a man lion. After will thin! the grass and remove year. I
'
Thomas's death the house re the thatch. Several types of
of 20
Fertilize at the rate
mains In the possession of the erticuttlng machines avail-
are
.pounds of 6-6.6, 15 pounds of
family for only a few genera. able at your local garden.. sup.. 8-8-8, or 12 pounds of 10-lp-lO
tions. A woman accused of ply store.
per 1,000 square feet of lawn.A .
witchcraft and a young man However, Dr. Horn warns high analysis fertilizer as
who becomes a key figure In homeowners not to verticut St.
Is' but it
10.10.10 a better buy,
the Cromwell Revolution are among Augustine lawns more than '
may burn the turf upon application
those who five in the three inches thick in thatch be
.
pelletlzed fertilizers. reduce
house. use serious damage to the turf the chance of burning.
Then the house is left to the may result.

fate of another family for a Verticutting opens up the turf Never apply a fertilizer to a
long period of time When a and allows the sun to warm the lawn when dew is on the grassor to'v'tde
poverty.stricken woman and her soil, which stimulates root activity after you have watered. How
son move in. The woman works and causes faster green. ever, you should soak the soil I
and achieves her goal of wealth up of grass. A drawback to the immediately after fertilizationto on 'DSt4ie
before she dies, and her descend. operation Is that Verticutting ex. wash the fertilizer down into
ants remain owners of the poses weed seed to favorable the root zone.
house for many years.
To find out what finally hap
to the house For Florida vegetable
pens we suggesttha growers. .
youread the novel. We can

tell you, however, that the _
house is viewed today with respect i-----'i
[ 7 :
for its lasting dignity.By .
Nancy Wilson,
Library Assistant.
rr ..

THE MAN WHO NEVER WAS

(87 Even Montagu) . ....- ... ...-.......- -. _
.4 I
This is a true life story which .
.
happened in World War II. ALthough r1 New maneb formulation contains ZINC
this book seems like fiction

it goes to prove the point
that the truth can sometimes be

stranger The story than takes flctlon.place in Paris, a oNT:> MANZATE0D

,France, near the conclusion of
the war, and was quickly given' MANCD'hUNgICigE
the name "Mincemeat" The "'$,v..,+rer'ova
i purpose of this operation was control.
..
to confuse the Germans on a -I( for better disease
main attack in Sidney.
crops
This feat was regarded as one and .other
i of 'the greatest espionage featsof on potatoes
all time. It took much plan.
ping and time to make this operation

work. .
I
If you really enjoy books witha
really strange plot, I'm sure : :
that you will enjoy this book. , S
Library Assistant,
Jack Abbottt.REFRIGERATE.



FOODIN

SAME TIN CANSIt's

better to leave most foodsIn
opened tin cans in your re

frlgerator than to transfer them Manzate D offers these
to glass or plastic containers, according advantages:
to Florida Experiment
Stations food microbiologist.
Dr. Gerald Kuhn explains that
modern cans are heat sterilizedand
are enameled inside to pre. Controls many diseases on a variSafe; to use when applied at short .

vent and metal.any reaction between food ety of crops. intervals according to directions.


may An deVelop exception off-flavors Is fruit and which off a G iescropssafelythroughrainy <"V Wqn't log spray nozzles.and= );

.
colors alter being exposed to aIr. / small. particles make better, contactand . : :+'"

Kuhn recommends that Jettove. ..- .. hnmlA. 7f . Lotion periods: with disease prganlsms.May .', ,(,
fruit be stored In .noP>?r coffUlner. '. '
t '
be used with many of the Ea y-to-use wettable powdercopjmqnlyused :

Dante to' the' Music l of } .pesticide: mixes easily. ': :

.. /to

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March 19, 1964 THE FLAGLER TRIBUNE BUNNELL. FLORIDA

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Hard-Cooked Jtb I m In the refrigerator until :

|yw are randy to decorate them ,

I When ifs time to decorate the I II
Easter_ EggsBy i eggs one of the simplest ways I II WE GIVE QUANTITY
RIGHTS
( Alma Warren) I i to color hard-cooked eggs is to I SHELTON

:I|use wax crayon to make "home- I RESERVED
Your family will relish their TOP
Easter eggft more If you hard. I j made" designs. Make stripes by I secPRICES

cook, rather than hard-boil them. I I drawing them on the eggs with GOOD

hard bolled a white crayon before dyeing. I VALUE Thursday, Friday
Why? Because I
!The dye will not "take" through GROCERY and Saturday
eggs are tough. Hard-cooked i I the wax Use scraps of modeling I
March 19 20 21
ones are tender.To 1 clay to make comic faces. Hats STAMPS ; ,

hard-cook eggs, place the : and collars of construction paper **

eggs In a pan and cover with II I give the eggs personality. Phone 7.3201 103 S. Railroad St.

cold water to at least one inch I: For a pleasing Easter break-

above the eggs. Bring rapidlyto !fast centerpiece add artificial "Your Friendly Co-op Store"

a boUt; remove from heat; flowers or greenery to an arrangement -

cover and let stand for 20 min of Easter eggs. Bas- U. S. CHOICE (Flavor Aged) CHUCKROAST

utes. Cool eggs quickly and kets of gaily-colored eggs tuck

thoroughly in cold water. Put ed In "straw" and circled by

fluffy little chickens and Easter Lb.
COURT I
IN TIIIO COUNTY JUWJK'H
IN ANn FOR FI.Ar.LKIl COUN-, bunnies will delight the chili j
.
TV, KIXMUUA. IN IMtOUATK.
CASH NO. QD dren. ,
IN RE: Estate of 39
MAHVIN EARLS GOLDINO. Around the world for centuries i

Deceased dyed eggs have been exchanged
NOTICE OF ENTRY OF ORDER
Op ADMINISTRATION! as gifts during the spring as a I
1JNNI-C. !iIilAnY!
All persons having claims or demand symbol of new life and nature'sawakening
against the estate of MAR from the bleaknessof
VIN EARLS OOLDINO. the above- i
named decedent are hereby notified winter. I U. S. Choice Chuck U. S. Choice Family
that an order of administration unnecessary
has been entered by the

Honorable; T. K.total McKnlgrht.cash value county of Cyprus, a new trouble spot on STEAK u "' *

names tfeef'at and addresses Is $585.00 of: that those the to the world map, was first overwhelmed 49 STEAK 59 I.

whom said estate has been assigned by Egyptian conquer
by such order are as follows -
: Nondas R. Goldlng. 140 Pal- ors about 1500 B. c. It was ruled
,metto Avenue Flagler lieach. Flor- by nearly a dozen empires before U. S. Choice Rib World' Best Ground :.

Ida.March 5, 1964.Nondas attaining Independence from
March 5-U-U-Z6-4tc R. Golding. Great Britain in 1960. ". Lfc
STEAK 79' BEEF 39

IlKGISTKR NOTICR! OF FICTITIOUS INTKNTIOV NAMF1 TO I 1 i
"' In compliance with }}ouse' 13111\ HASTINGS MATTRESS
No. 1178 Chapter 20953, LAWS of. Fresh Meaty Lean
'Florida Acts of 1941, as amended & UPHOLSTRY WORKS Meaty ,
the undersigned will register with
the Clerk of the Circuit Court in 710-12 Lemon St. '
and for Flagler County Florida. ""' Perk
upon receipt of proof of publicationof I Palatka Florida BUTTS 39 SteaksltDIXIE 49
this name.notice the following Hetltloua Phone EA 5-9166

Ding's TownClenda Motel locatedat Fumltu-% Upholstering
Artesla Park. North AlA FlorIda -
under which I will engage in Repaired & Refinithed
the h.of operating a moteland Mattresses & Box Springs Maxwell House i r:
only that person Interested undersigned In Is said the Made: Order.Also Renovated CRYSTAL (Dig 38 Oz. Bottle)

bUllness. Call Laura Morris 437-3233 COFFEE55C
Dated at Bunnell, Florida, this
3rd day of March A.D. 1 U4.N. After 6:00 P. M.
D. SHOWS. II PRICES REASONABLE SUGAR CRISCO OIL
MARCH 5.12-II-Z6-4tp-_- BUDGET PLAN IF NEEDED. I \

iv CIRCUIT' COIIIIT. SKVKTII Just as near as your
JUDICIAL CIRCUIT OF Phone or Post Office OR YOUR CHOICE

KI.OIUDA I.KIl COUNTY.IN ANI1 IN FOIL ClIANCKHY VI.An- Drop Us A Card or Call 5 Li. 38 Oz.leltle. 6 OZ INSTANT

NO. 4837 Free Pick-up & Delivery 48 48
ELIZA LEE: HARP,Plaintiff lag 89C 1

EUGENE IA3t er
Defendant. :
NOTICK OP SUIT Tlf JUaglrr arihitnr

IN TUB FLORIDA NAME: OF TUB STATEOF I Limit one with purchase Limit one with purchase Limit one with purchaseof

TO is: EUGENE 311 Cumberland HARP Street whOle, Harrisburg real-- DUNJfRLL, FLORIDA $5.00 or more of $5.00 or more of $5.00 or more
.
Pennsylvania.You Food Order Food Order Food Order
are hereby notified that a MRS. M. D. FULLER, Editor
has this been Instituted
suit day
against you In this cause by Eliza Shurfine 303 Can FRUITCOCKTAIL
Le Harp the nature of the suit 0
Is a suit tor divorce; you are here- Designated Offlelal Publican* / Cans
by required to answer or otherwiseplead f.. Public IVeilees .f FlaglerC s 4 99*
in this cause on or before
.
April IS, 'I't serve copy ...ty. Municipalities therela
or your A lt upon
Fred It. Drannon, Jr., Box 80S New ..4 the Slate ., Florida Fresh

Smyrna for Plaintiff Beach This Florida.notice I $shall Solicitor be POLE Lb. Bush 303 Can (Cut)
published once a week for four Entered as second class matter BEANS 2 29c
consecutive weeks in "The Flagler GREEN Cans
Tribune." February I, Hit at the postofflce BEANS 3 SSe
WITNESS my hand and seal this
at Bunnell. Florida under act of
2nd day of March A. I). IM4.E .
Golden YellowBANANAS
A. HMYT1IH March I, 1171.
Clerk of the Circuit Court
By Julia R. Harvey, Lb. DAIRY PRODUCTSKraft
Deputy Clerk.I One year ._....___._.1.10 fOe
March 5-U-n-U-41o [
_ Six months _....-_..__|1.SI
T\ TIIH ClllCl'IT COIJHT OF (Fresh)
KLAfiLKH COUNTY KI.OH1UA I Vine
ClIANCKHY NO. 4833 Ripe
ANGELO OIALDELLA. I* TIIH CIIICI'IT ORANGE
! Plaintiff, KIAUIKH OI'XTY, JUICE 3ge
. ----I Lb. Glass&li
.
VI MARY MEICKEIII/: ; TOMATOES 9Q t
I SUSIE M. OIALDELLA.Defendant.VOTICH jo : Plaintiff W (No Deposit On Bottles)

TO DKKKVIITHI1 "I.
! SUSiE STATE M. OP QILAUKLLAIS FLORIDA TO: EARL W. MKKKEHDefendant FRESH BAKED 3 Oz. (All Flavor) Oak hillTomatoes

> Meadow Drive NOTICE TO DEFEND
Waterford. Connecticut TUB STAT! OK PI/miDA, TO:
I You are hereby notified that a EARL W. IIKEKEIIlllalrsvllle. !
. suit has been filed against you In Georgia
: the above entitled cause; and you Tou are hereby notified that a PIES
are hereby required ktoorlihr.O'gtand suit has been filed against you In Jello
swer with the : the above entitled cause; and you
to serve a copy thereof upon are he rely required to file
: the plaintiff or plaintiffs attorney, swer with the Clerk of IJt!ort:
' whose name and address Is: I and to serve a copy thereof upon
RAT BKLDKNHelden the plaintiff or plaintiffs attorney,
.f liulldlng whose name and address Is: 18 oz. (Ever Fresh)
Daytona Beach. Floridanot I It. T. COOK
Eat
later than April 4th. A. D. tM4. llunnell Floridanot (Ready to ) Each No. 1 Can.
If you fall to do so. decree pro later than April llth. A. D. It... Apple lOc IOC
confesso will bfI entered against It you fall to do so. decree proco"t..o 39C Each
you for the relief demanded In the will be entered against Cherry Each
,
bill of complaint The nature ofsaid rou for the relief demanded In the
suit being for divorce. bill of complaint.
WITNESS my hand and seal of said suit being for The divorce.nature of FROZEN FOOD :':':'Y": 'J.-=-XhX'e: : : : =-e-->>:-:;:.:.,
said Court this 3rd day of March WITNKHM my hand aM seal of
A. D. 1964. said Court this nth day of March Scald Sweet LEMONADES 'iJ
E/A. SMTTHK A. U. 1964 25 FREE : SO FREE
Clerk of said Circuit Court (Offl'elal Heal) B. A. SMTTIIBI 6 Oz. For
(Official Peal) Clerk of said Clreuit ('ourt 7 99"P TOP VALUE STAMPS 0 TOP VALUE STAMPS
Uy Julia R Harvey fly Julia 'L JlafTe. Can
1 Deputy Clerk deputy clerk With purchase of With Purchase of
March 5-U.1I-ll-4t. I March 11.11 A April J.t-fto Frozen RiteBREAD
8 Oz. Philadelphia Cream Oran.rand Pure Pork

' --I II DOUGH 49c Pk* Cheese d Sausage, 3 Lb. Roll

! I 1 Lb. Loaves % Coupon Void After g Coupon Void After

r 24 HoWrecker Service>:&' *' I I.J 3 g Saturday, March 21, 196-1 Saturday, March 21, 1064Thursday

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: Flagler Truck & Tractor Co I I ZS FREE SO FREE 50 FREE

, TOP VALUE STAMPS TOP VALUE STAMPS TOP VALUE STAMPS

MASSEY FERGUSON I With purchase 01 :!: With Purchase of With Purchase of

t .k; Grove Farm. Industrial Equipment 20 Lb. Sparlc,'. ej (2) Cans of Van CAmp' $5.00 0. More Food

Charcoal Corned Beef

R : VIRGIL DECKER Phone ID 7.3242 Coupon Void After 0 Coupon Void After y:: Coupon Order Void After

Owner Bunnell, Florida I II Saturday, March 21, 1964 Saturda", March 21. 1964 Saturday, March 21. 1964

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PAQE SIX THE FLAGLER TKIBUNE, BUNMELL, FLORIDA Thursday, March 19, 1964




'II u :Jlagler&a ii i FLAGLER BEST MEATS FOOD STO RE _,


i .

FLAGLER WOMAN'S CLUB I METHODIST CHURCHRev. j-4

Twentyflve members and Paul Edna, pastor of the I

three visitors were present at First Presbyterian Church in i I
the business meeting Wednes Daytona Beach, was a visitor of
PRICES
GOOD
day with President Mrs. Jasper Rev. and Mrs. Reynold Hoover I QUANTITY RIGHTS
White, presiding.For I last Thursday afternoon. THURSDAY, FRIDAY and SATURDAY,
There will be a Maundy MARCH 19, 20, 21, 1964 RESERVED
the devotional Miss Emily Thursday service March 26th
Gage and Mrs. Clarence Shultz (communion service) at 7:30P.
sang the beautiful hymn "Softly .M. at the church. Everyone Our Beef is Naturally Aged for Tenderness and FlavorGrade

and Tenderly", accompanied at Invited to attend.
the piano by Mrs. R. K. Hirst. Church school is at 9:34 A.M'I "A" Western Beef Juicy Tender Center Cut

A letter from the Flagler and morning service is at 11 CHUCK CHUCK
clock with Rev. Reynold Hoover,

read County explaining Nursing the Council supplyingof was minister.The Men's Club wishes to express Pot Roast 49* STEAK Lb. 59*

a loan closet for the county. its thanks for everyone
The members were asked to
contributing to the success of
i' bring any of the proposed Itmes their old fashion dinner last Round Bone Shoulder Palm River Sliced
listed to the next meeting to be
passed on to the Council. The Tuesday.IN. ROAST Lb. 59< BACON Lb. <

Club endeavor.commends them on suchan APPRECIATIONI 49Wilson's

would like to extend my
"Thank you" notes were read All Meat Copeland's Tender
thanks and appreciation for the
from Nancy Wilson for sponsoring VACUUM PACKED SMOKED
fine support given me In the re
her In the recent Bunnell
HI Contest; Mrs. Harold Massie cent City Election. ll
Sincerely, PICNICS
FRANKS 49'
for cards, letters, and flowers Earl Rice. 39'CRISCO
while confined to the local hospital
recently; from Mrs. C. Bag
well Taylor for a gift receivedfor THANK YOU HERSHEY'S
being the auctioneer. I would like to thank my
friends for the cards, calls, prayers .
Mrs. Victor Buckles, post com visits and flowers, while I SUGAR
mander of The American Legion, was a patlnet in the hospitaland Shortening
read a letter from the Legion during my convalesence at
concerning their sponsoring the home. Your thoughtfulness is
Red Cross Drive for Flagler apred&ted very much. It helpedin 3 Lb. ; 5 Lb.
I County during the month of my speedy recovery. 59 ;
14( March. Letters have been sent Henry Wells.
I to all organizations asking their Can Bag.
support to this worthy cause.
1 CARD OF THANKS Limit One With Your
$5.00 Limit One With Your $5.00or
The club members voted to Our heartfelt thanks to all
send $25 to the Flagler Scholarship who extended comforting sympathy or More Food Order More Food Order

i Foundation, Inc. Fund. and help in our recent
'I 11 The following were named to sorrow. For the beautiful service, YOU GET MORE WITH S & H GREEN STAMPS
serve on the nominating committee floral offerings, and other kind.
: Mrs. K. N. Givens, Mrs. nesses, we are deeply grateful.
I Paul Kelly; Mrs. Charles Bondy, Albert (Buddy) Andersonand 300 Sweet Treat Crushed 21/2 Osage

garet Mrs.The Bennie Buteux.following Clay announcementswere and Mrs. Mar 'family.PRIVATE Pineapple 2 For 39* Peaches For $1


made: On March 18th the CURRYAT
dedication of the Matanzas In. CAMP LEJEUNEMarine Kraft's Philadelphia Limit Four Please
let Bridge in honor of Mr. Claude
CREAM Southern Seas Light Chunk
Varn. On March 25th members Private John M. Curry, ,
and friends will picnic at Ma. I son of Mr. and Mrs. John P.
rineland. They will assemble at 'Barker of Orange St., Bunnell, CHEESED' 29* TUNA 4 K1
the club at 10 A.M., taking a completed four weeks of individual
covered dish to be served at combat training February Limit Two Please ARMOUR'S
\ \ noon with each bringing their 25 at the First Infantry Training CLOVERBLOOM Quarters
own place settings and drink. Regiment, Marine Corps Base, KRAFTSMAYONNAISE
The member holding the lucky Camp LeJuene, N. C.
number will get to feed the pore While with the regiment all BUTTERu
poises. Mrs. Harold Massie is new Marines are trained in tac
!, in charge of this outing. tical and combat skills neededfor
Misses Flora and Emily Gage battle. Emphasis was placedon u *
assisted by their sister, Mrs. the small unit tactics-the Jar 59
Clara Hoppe, served refresh. four-man fire team and the 13- 39

ments. man squad. Limit One With Your $5.00 More
or
Limit One With Your $5.00 or More Food Order
Food Order
Keathey's Pccaq


TO THE FLAGLER CITIZENSOF COUNTY: iiLKOif Calls Large$0 PIES Pkg.12 of 49



Limit Eight Please _
FROZEN FOODS _
PLEASE ACCEPT THIS LETTER AS MY SIN-

CERE "THANKS" FOR THE MANY YEARS YOU FRESH PRODUCE 14 Oz. "4" Fisherman

HAVE PERMITTED ME TO SERVE YOU SIX Kraft's Fresh TastyORANGE

YEARS AS SUPERINTENDENT OF SCHOOLS. I JUICE &39* FISH STICKS Pkg. 49C
TWO YEARS AS CITY COMMISSIONER AND
Scald Sweet Orange
MAYOR, AND TEN YEARS AS COUNTY COM- U. S. No. 1 Vent-View Bay, White

MISSIONER. I AM MOST APPRECIATIVE OF POTATOES "*. 3Qe JUICE 4 6c Oz.n s 'I00
THE COOPERATION OF THE CITIZENS AND Bag Limit Four Please

THE HARMONIOUS RELATIONSHIP I HAVE Yellow
Frozen-Rite Unbaked
HAD WITH THE VARIOUS BOARDS.
SQUASH 2 33 C BREAD
..B. 3 1 ft Loaves 49cWWW

THIS DOES NOT TERMINATE MY INTEREST '..\ \WVM WW ...".........."....'...".....................
OR PARTICIPATION IN COUNTY GOVERN- "

MENT AND POLITICS. I SIMPLY WANT TO"REST" I I Sn EXTRA FREE 9V rt 7O FRS 5O5O SO
FOR A WHILE. IT IS MY FULL INTENTION FREE
S & H GREEN STAMPS
THAT I SHALL SEEK THE OPPORTUN. I S & II GREEN STAMPS S & H GREEN STAMPS

ITY OF PUBLIC SERVICE AGAIN IN FUTURE j I With this coupon and With this
and
With
coupon this and
YEARS. Your Purchase of One coupon
Your Purchase of 3 Cut-up Your Purchase of $5.00 or
10 Oz. Ever-Fresh
Pkg.
Whole More Food Order
or Fryer Cigarette -

JOHN!; A. (Jack) CLEGG Coupon Potato Expires Chips Coupon ExpiresSaturday Coupon* Excluded Expire

Saturday March 21, 1964 March 21, 1964 Saturday March 21, 1964







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Thursday March 19, 1964 THE FLAGLER TRIBUNE, BUNNELL, FLORIDA PAGE SEVENs

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plants and showed them some The long double-edged "saw" I
of them. He told the Brownies of the sawfish exhibited at Ma- PETERSON TEXACO

s what kind of wood to look for rineland of Florida is equippedwith SERVICE

tLOCIALS and how to build a fire. from SH to 32 pairs of teeth. ROAD SERVICE

Saturday they met at the The sawfish, unless provoked, is Light Mechanical Work

Civic Center and motored by not considered dangerous to Phone 437-3441 Bunnell
school bus to Week's place, observing mankind. +
"
I
Girl Scout Week witha --_.
cookout. The troop cleared a r I
Robertson Family & P. W. CLUB spot for a cookout and then

Enjoys ReunionIn //B. TONIGHTAT gathered firewood and assisted

GeorgiaMr. CIVIC CENTER their Co-Leaders Alice Johnstonand I IThe
Glennys Pazynlak in build
and Mrs. O. D. Robertson, The Flagler Business and Professional ing a fire. They enjoyed a I qa

Mr. and Mrs. Cordell Robertsonand Womens Club will weiner roast and toasted taffy I _
family, and Mr. and Mrs. meet at 8 o'clock tonight at the apples. This was followed by
Lloyd Robertson and family, recently Bunnell Civic Center. I games. laundry room might well
motored to Lumber City,I Guest speaker will be Don Hill Others assisting with the be called "mom'i hangout: ," as
this is where she much of
Georgia, for a family reunion of Ormond Beach who is spends
a mem cookout were Freda Rider
I her time, almost as much as in
and birthday celebration duringthe ber of the speakers bureau of Stefllk, Margaret Weeks, Kath.1 the kitchen.

weekend.The the Volusla County Mental I ryn Perryman and Myra Wads. The illustration shows a com

birthday dinner, celebrat Health Association.The .worth. Mrs. Nellie Tweed wasa pact arrangement-washer, dryer T

ing Arthur Mercer's birthday anniversary Personal Development guest. and accompanying shelf space

was held on Sunday.Mr. Committee of the club has which makers.A would. please most home-

Mercer is Mrs. O. D. Robert. charge of the program, and the Gene Barber returned to his seldom-used
olt the.
topic will be the difference between home after receiving pantry or -
son's brother. Another brother, Tuesday kitchen closet could provide just
Grady Mercer and his family I I Mental Illness and Mental medical treatment at the local I the right amount of space neededto
from California, were present, Health and what good mental hospital several days. put the laundry near the

for the first reunion in 38 years. health means. kitchen-a step-saving idea mom
I Recent guest of Rev. and Mrs. would appreciate.
Mrs. Robertson remained thereto
Guests of Mr. and Mrs. Jeff Howard Porter was their nephew, Folding doors add a decorative
spend the week visiting with
.Cockrell this week include his Ronnie Watson of Oklahoma touch and permit the laundry
her brothers and also a sister, to be "closed"
:sister, Mrs. Velma Pearce and City, who visited with them fora during nonworking
Mrs. G. W. Moody of Baxley, Ga. hours
i her son, Eugene Pearce, of Eu- week. .
They returned home with her - -----
taw, Alabama.
for a short visit before returningto
their respective homes. BeBe Moody underwent a This is to announce that I am a candidate for
BROWNIE TROOP 701 tonsllectomy at the local hose
HEARS SAFETY TALK pital last week. Supervisor of Registration for Flagler County.If .
GRETCHEN ANNE LITTLEFIELDMr. I
I Bunnell Brownie Troop 701 invited .
Little- elected I pledge service and courtesy for
and Mrs. Richard Coy Harris to talk on safe. Mrs. Daisy ,Buckles is receiving .
field of Flagler Beach are the ty on outdoor cookouts at their medical treatment at the lo each and everyone. Your vote and support in the

parents of ,a six pound nine meeting last week. cal hospital. May Primary will be one for a better administration.
daughter, born March 11
ounce
He told of various poisonous
at the Halifax Hospital in Daytona I VOTE FOR AND ELECT
Beach. She has been given
NEW AG SCHOLARSHIPA
the name of Gretchen Anne.
$500 a year agricultural MRS. MARY E. SMITH

LETA GAVE KNIGHTMr. scholarship has been establishedby Paid Politic! Adr,

and Mrs. Eldon Knight the Florida Thoroughbred

announce the arrival of a daughter 414 Hit bwk] Breeder's Association at the
born March 12 at the Flag. ({ ) University of Florida, accordingto

ler Hospital in St. Augustine.She M. A. Brooker, dean of the

weighed six pounds thirteen \I College of Agriculture.The .

and a half ounces, and has been BY EELEN BALE scholarship became effective r
given the name of Leta Gaye. January 1, 1964 and will be
Fall Pick-Ups limited to Florida residents who

JOHN STANLEY THOMPSON Want a hearty he-man sandwich are members of 4-H Clubs or the
? Heat canned baked beans Future Farmers of America and
Mr. and .Mrs. Clifford Thompson
I with chopped onion and catsup fare a
who
recommended by their
of Espanola announce the
Spoon onto rounds of brown bread
arrival of a seven pound, eight and top with a crisp strip of bacon. I county agent
and a half ounce son, born on Add roasted almonds to your I The scholarshipu will be Nr..
March 12 at the Halifax Hospital favorite brownie recipe and bake. awarded on the basis of ability
in Daytona Beach. He has While still warm serve a la mode, and need, each qualification to
topped with hot fudge sauce. be considered
been given the name of John equally. r.ld br K.llf tor aor.rn.C.myolon rw.d
Mix
%
cup liquid from canned
Stanley.Mrs. green beans with 1 can of condensed
mushroom soup and a I
pinch of basil. Heat and serve over
Duane Deen accompanied heated beans.
the Tri-lii-Y representatives, Indian summer Inspires fruit
Susan McMillan and Betty Lynn desserts: line a bowl with salad

Bourne, to Tallahassee for the greens and arrange attractively MY FRIENDS andI
conference Thursday through fresh,peeled,halved pears, canned ?
Sunday.Mrs. cline peach halves,orange sections <, (*
l and grape clusters. Serve with
Deen also visited with .A
wed.
les of cheese.
her daughter, Elaine, who is a For a spicy fruit sauce that goes U
student at the university there* well with ham or roast pork, heat
syrup from canned fruit with diced FELLOW CITIZENS >:"
Mrs. Jimmy Knight is a pa. apple, a dash of cinnamon and :
tient in the local hospital for ground cloves with brown sugar "**
and vinegar to taste. Thicken with
medical treatment
cornstarch mixed in a little water.
Halved and seeded Toby grapes,

ROYAL NEIGHBORSTO mandarin orange sections, diced Thank for nomination without
MEET MONDAYThe fruit apple cup.and banana make a nice you my opposition -


Royal Neighbors will to Seventh Term in
meet at the home of Mrs. Lizzie he:en's Favorite: a Congress.With .

Tucker on Deen Road Monday Cranberry Chutney
night March 23. All membersare (Hakes 3 caps)
4 cups raw cranberries, ground
urged to attend. 2 cups light brown sugar,

picked humility and gratitude I I" promise to
Mrs. T. E. Lovelace is a pa. lap golden raisins ,
tient in the local hospital for 2 iletpoons Instant minced

medical treatment oaloatt cup lemon juice serve you faithfully and to the best of my ability.

2 it salt
Mrs. Mike Koczwanskl left recently tspoens
Mix all Ingredients thorough
for a visit In Frankfort, ly. Let stand la refrigerator at .
Germany, with her father and leas, 21 hours before using to ,
other relatives. She plans to reoturn I ripen In on. Serve with meats *" Sincerely, your Congressman I
around Easter time. orfmlElect I

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For 8th DISTRICT, FLORIDA.

SHERIFF of FLAGLER COUNTYYour


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Are The homeowner may select I I[I,son, advises Conover. I the flower bulbs In a 1UOOO) bi II I attached to the scal.. Dust the
Amaryllis red, pink and white or combinations -' However, if the soil is too rich chloride of mercury solution be- ,bulb wedges with ferbam or
PlantsBy of these hues fat his in nitrogen or if there is too I fore planting. If the fungus is I f I thiram to prevent diseases, and
) Versatile
particular color scheme. To insure much shade, flower failure may I I present on the plants, fight the I I set the cuttings in flats or in
( Jack Horan) a good qaulity plant, COn. result. Bulbs planted in deep disease with a neutral copper II beds containing a mixture ofpeat
The appeal of the amaryllis over recommends the best amaryllis shade often die, so locate a ]I spray of one ounce in two gallons I or sand.
lies not only In Its attractiveness grade of "exhibition." sunny spot in your garden or I of water. i If the cuttings are kept moist,
as a flower, but also In I Other lesser grades are "select.I yard to guarantee the best show Another foe of the amaryllis I small bublets will form betweenthe
its versatility as a plant. I I ed" and "field run." ,of flower color. I is root and bulb rot fungi. scales of the cut pieces in
The popular flower can star The secret of stimulating more Diseases are not a serious These fungi can be staved off, I about four weeks. These will
in many roles around the back flower growth from your amaryllis problem with the hardy amaryllis but not cured, by fumigation or be ready for potting or planting
yard garden, says Charles Con- I I is to keep it on a diet. but keep an eye open for steam treatment of the soil before after one growing season,
over, assistant ornamental horticulturist Spade in only a pound of a low the fungus "red-blotch" which starting the seeds or bulbs. says the horticulturist. .
with the Florida Agricultural nitrogen fertilizer such as a forms red spots on leaves, stems If you want to propagate II .
Extension Service. Ama I 4.8.8 for every 100 feet of bed I'and petals. Conover warns that amaryllis by cuttage, slice the
ryllis can be used as border area when preparing the bed heavily Infested plants may bulbs into as many as 60 pieces, Rabbits, rats and ground.
plants, in beds, as specimen I for the bulbs. Then add 16 wither and dry up before producing says Conover. Be sure each piece dwelling birds produce most
plants, .and can be grown in. I,ounces of the fertilizer a couple any flowers.To has a portion of the stem tis food for the eastern diamondback .
red-blotch, soak I basal of the bulb rattlesnake.
doors. of times during the growing sea prevent sue or plant

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I it'" (FORD WINS MOTOR TREND "CAR OF THE YEAR":: AWARDMotor _

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i i, Trend magazine's coveted "Car of Motor Trend's editor
I the Year" award was won this year not by declared.
just one car, but by the whole Ford line- The full story ofhowtheMotorTrend
Ford, Fairlane,'Falcon, and Thunderbird.' :'
I Singled out for special tribute was Ford's editors analyzed and ; w
unique concept of total performance blend evaluated the cars :
of power and acceleration, handling, balance can be found in the
and cornering ability, strong braking, and February issue of
tireless durability-as proved in competitive Motor Trend. And '
HOW' FORD RACING HELPS victories from coast to coast. : the full meaning of
BRING YOU A BETTER CAR Motor Trend's citation also saluted the I total performance '

1 Most automotive engineers will tell you that part Ford's racing program has played in the can be found at your Ford Dealer's! Stop in
the track is one of their most valued testing development of total performance. "Rallies, and test-drive a '64 Ford, Fairlane, Falconor
laboratories. endurance runs-and racing . cannot be Thunderbird. See for yourself why Ford
'. T For example, track competition led directlyto duplicated by any other form of testing," earned the title "Car of the Year".
the following changes in the Fairlane 289 ".
V-8 engine: better block, improved pistons,
improved valve train, stronger connectingrod WINNING POINTS SCORED IN 1963 NASCAR-SANCTIONED COMPETITION
and bolts. too zoo 300 400 MO eoo TOO MO too woo
Such improvements contribute not only to FORD
Ford's winning track record, but also to the PONTIAC
total performance so important to your PlYMOUTH
I everyday driving CNlYIIOur DODGE 'I ,;''. '

; Ford Dealers offer wide selection CHRYSLER _

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The "Car of the Year" comes in 4 sizes and

44 models. And because of this diversity, Why Ford Dealers Declare '64
your Ford Dealer also has an unusually wide
variety of trade-ins on his used car lot. "The Year of the Test Drive"The

Try him. "Car of the Year" award salutes Ford's
total performance. But the term total
performance is just words until you take a
The all-new compact Falcon for'64ff new '64 Ford, Fairlane, Falcon, or Thunder-
bird out on the road!
These cars are such a change from the past
i that you will recognize it immediately when
r = EE4* you drive them. So come in. Take a test
ff : drive. Let the cars speak for themselves.They'll
show you a brand of total performance
!: '64 Falrane! family car,sports-car spirit The Solid,Silent64 Super Torque Ford that's totally new!
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s! Thursday, March 19, 1964 THE FLAGLER TRIBUNE, BUNNELL FLORIDA

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holes la the foliage You can
Gardening In FloridaBy I
I prevent tiffs damage with chlordane .; ,: til S1 3
or DDT. Announcing the Finest Dinnerwar Offer
( Kerrey Shoxpe)
Spider mites will thrive dur A4rrI Ever Made in This Area.
Spring is a revealing time of ing dry spells ahead. They rasp "
. ,
the year. Nature and humans away the upper surface of many ,: HARKERWAREChoice
shed winter coats and show that ornamentals and change the

many are expecting.Congratulationsif. I healthy green color to a bronzed k\\\\\\ of (5) Engraved Patterns (Snow
or grayish One of the
you are green. "
expecting an income tax deduc I several mltlcldes, such as tedlon, ,: Leaf-Dog Wood-Rooster Ivy an d Bamboo *

tion. I will halt the Invasion of mites. _: :' (shown). Also ((5) Exciting Col rs. Regular -
But, if you are the average Aphids are certain to be a
Store Value of the Complete 46 Set
gardener, you will disover that problem where plants are young ,,, pc.
insects are not tax exemptex.cept II and succulent. These little pests t Q A/ is $49.80. You can buy it for only $] 7.82 on

for the three percent sales feed on the underside of leaves, OUR DINNERWARE CLUB PLAN. >rop by
tax on the chemicals to discourage I causing them to curl and some. "
these unwanted births. times drop. Often a brood of ; for complete details. Sign up this w eke

A layette is essential prior to:,I aphids will be sucked to death
a blessed event The layette for by blind fly larvae. If you can't
I Fresh Florida Grade "A" (2.24 lb. Avg.)
the garden infants includes a wait for friendly Insects to fight

sprayer, a duster and an arrayof your battles, then try controlling ((3 FOR $2.00))
chemicals. aphids rotenone.with malathion, lindaneor FRYERS Each 9

Instructions on how to mix
Ants often protect herds of
each formula is important. Be aphids so that they can enjoy U. S. D. A. CHOICE .
sure to read the label each
on the sweet excreta of the aphids.So .
chemical container before using. killing ants may help con Round Bone ROAST lb 59
If the amount of the chemicalyou trol the ahpids. .
can place dime is .
on a
To control ants In the garden,
enough for a pint of spray, don't
try chloraden spray. WARNING: I
measure the amount on two Small Meaty Western Select
Do not apply chlordane to foliage
nickles. Double dosage may be or fruit that Is to be eaten SPARE RIBS BEEF LIVER
harmful to you as well as to
unless the poison will be removed
the plants. at harvest time by strip. lb. 4ge 3 lb. $100
Several pests may plague your ping or peeling.You .
garden at this time, accordingto
can control ants in lawns
J. E. Brodgdon, entomologistwith
the Agricultural Extension I with an application of 2 tablespoons WESTERN (FIRST CUT


service.For example, certain night. i mixture gallon of Into 50 of percent the water.nest chlordaneper Pour openingand the PORK CHOPS .3 Ibs. $100

feeding beetles eat holes in .
on the area around the nestThen '
clusters of bud ,
tightly wrapped
soak the area with waterto
leaves of camellias. When these wash the insecticide throughthe WADE'S TENNESSEE (HOT OR MILD)

leaves expand, they reveal large and Into the
ground nest. *
A real lawn pest is the sod SAUSAGE lb. 49

CLASSIFIEDADS webworm .
These greenish night-feeding -FREE DEMONSTRATION ALL DAY SATURDAYOld
caterpillars are about % of an
inch long. They can: eat more Fashioned
than their weight in grass each lb. MAXWELL HOUSC (All Grinds)
.......gu oar .... au4Iai arsa night, yet look quite harmless HOOP CHEESE 49c
.. .. .
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n -"_.fit. U weN r.lala.aeaasertl.a. eharss. I when found sleeping near the COFFEE
soil surface during the day. FREE PONY RIDES
Acreage Listings Wonted
large i The newly hatched caterpillars .
and small tracts. Cottingham >SATURDAY with 3.00 or more MEAT, lb.
Realty 441 S. Boulevard DeLand. ,grass.cause They very may little be full damage grown to ,ORDER. Free Tickets Given Thursday,( .. .- 1 Tin 48*
7343779. 3.19.4tp!I Friday and Saturday.
before notice blades
you grass
Limit 1 with $5.00 or more food order
WANTED-Cook and waitress. are eaten back unevenly or foil
Murdock's Grill, North AlA. I I age stripped off In patches. Unless Our Value 303 Can

Phone 4392146. 3-12-tf I I server you, it have will been appear a close that the ob TOMATOES 8 For $1 DAIRY SPECIAL -

WANTED IRONING to do at my I damage happened overnight. Duncan MinesCAKE 19 Oz. Pkg. Joe Grain' Grade "A" Medium
home, reasonable. Pick up & de I I To control webworms, try applications For Doz.
livery. Phone ID 73669. I(I of Sevin. MIX 3 $100 EGGS 2 790

10.24tfSEPTIC Whitefly causes yellowing of

TANK cleaning; drain foliage of many ornamentals. ALL BRANDS FROZEN FOODSEVAPORATED -
fields At first you'll think that the
installed; snail shell. Rea.
sonable prices. Call George Jerez plants are putting on a black- Foremost Half Gal.
ID 7.3410 8.loUl faced act, when you discover a MILK Each
'! black film spreading over the ICE MILK 490
FOR SALE or Rent-3 bedroom surface of the leaves. This smutIs Tall
unfurnished home on Lehigh St.I a symptom of whitefly and Can lOc
Flagler Beach. Contact George not a cause of ill health. Pepperidge Farm 9 Oz. Pkg.
Moody, Sr., HE 92137. TF I ITo Back In the days of lye soap- Limit 3 with $5.00 or more food order
made at home with water from I PARFAIT CAKES 590
CONSTIPATED tlnln.1 hardwood ashes and hog fat-
prove PUUN-KVAC FRESH PRODUCE-
Prune.. Flgi A term li world. housewives kept their dooryard -
8mo-o-the. best and moit natural I
laxative hurry to ornamentals free from smut and Golden Ripe
MOODY'S PHARMACYfor whiteflies by frequent applications "" LARGE SIZE
generous FREE SAMPLE or of soapy dish water. If this BANANAS fOe
CI tablet for Uc Over 1000.000
old each year. remedy of yesteryear Isn't handy, CHEER2For490
... 1 Ib. Cello Bag
.., then try an oil spray
JOHNSTON'SFLAGLER CARROTS Each 50

BEACH REALTY co.
LOTS Though the fisher weighs less California SunkUtLEMONS
WATER, HOMES OCEAN FRONT, than 12 pounds, this fierce North Doz. Umit 2 with $5.00 or more food order
FRONF, FARMS, 290
ACREAGE American mammal can kill a
fox or deer and best a coyoteor
8e for
tu Your real estate needs
Office bobcat in a: fair fight. The '

Phone Phones HE ID 7.3691or 9.2242Residence fisher animal appears that habitually to be the dines only on I SO FREE 50 FREE 50 FREEGIFT

ID 7-3317:
porcupine.ANNOUNCING. I GIFT BOND STAMPS GIFT BOND STAMPS BOND STAMPS

With purchase of With purchase of With purchase of

(1) PINT JOHNSON'S (2) PACKAGES $5.00 or More Food
"GLO-COAT" WAX RIT DYE Order

Coupon Void After ) Coupon Void After Coupon Void After

Sunday_ ,. March 22, 1964 ') Sunday, March 22, 1964 Sunday, _March 22, 1964 I
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I AM A CANDIDATE FOR REELECTIONTO

THE OFFICE OF


County Judge of Flagler CountyIF


ELECTED I PLEDGE CONTINUED FAIR AND nil FOOD HOMERS

COURTEOUS ADMINISTRATION OF THE STOREMill"

DUTIES OF THE OFFICE.T. II "


K. ( Buddy) MCKNIGHT IIH"" Phone 437-3227
OPEN SUNDAYS
U.s. No.1
PaM P.MttMl A JT. 8:00 a.nv-liOO p.m. BUNNELL

\ QUANTITY RIGHTS RESERVED Prices Good Mar. 19, 20, 21, 22, 1964s



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PAGE TEN THE FLAGLER TRIBUNE BUNNEI.L
I FLORIDA Thursday, March; 19, 1964
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Now| Peach And 4-H COMMITITEE Food Store, Dunn Hardware & | On behalf of then"4-H members Monkeys left in -the- sub--tropic--
Supply Co., The Flagler Tribune, ,
EXPRESSES THANKSThe I we appreciate your inter- Jungle along Silver River dur-
Flagler Hardware, Citizens Bank est in us.
< Ing1 the
of
filming
Orange Groves members of the Commit. of Bunnell, H. T. Cook Agency, j f an old Tarzan
Alllda Tucker, Chairman.Levi movie have multiplied
) tee for the 4-H Public Speaking Harris Gas & Appliance Co., and are
(py Jack Koran) Brannam, Jr. now the feature attraction
Contest would like to Wads worth' Lumber Co. on
express
Even 'though Georgia Is widely ,our appreciation to the following I I We would also like to Betty Lynn Bourne I the ,Jungle Cruise at Silver
expressour Johnnie Ruth Miller. Springs
knowk as the "peach state, firms and Individuals, who appreciation to the Flagler
its cltrus state neighbor may provided the prize money for Farm Bureau and the Flagler -
soon be vying for Georgia'sclaim the 4-H Contest: I Cattlemen's Association, which
j I"
J u Anderson's Drug Store, Moody'sPharmacy furnished the two trophies and NEW FASHIONS IN FIRE INSURANCE
few Florida
In the past years
has boldly entered the peach Brannam's Market, to Fred A. Fruits, who engravedthe The fire Insurance policies we write still give the same
According to Shelton's Supermarket, Rodger's trophies free of charge. I II I dependable protection But today: you can often enjoy additional .

Ralph Sharpe, horticulturist with I I I coverage benefits-Home Owner's Policy-at 'very
the Florida Agricultural Experi-I little extra costRemember

I ment Stations, the northern H. T. Cook Agency is ready to help you
edge of the citrus belt will turn take advantage of these extra coverages. Telephone 437.3361
pink with. peach blossoms early or stop in soon for fuU details.
this year, a sight which may -n
well beiome. common in future H. T. COOK AGENCY
'
years. phone 437.3361 Citizens Bank Building Bunnell Flo.
Sharp explains that the severe .
fr zes of recent winters
have fo cd many grove owners
to seek?1 substitute to help defer FOR ALL HOURS-DAY OR NIGHT
economic losses if a freeze
ruins a season's citrus crop. M ss I AMBULANCE
Some believe that peaches are
i the logical alternative. Within ; SER VTPFPHONE VAlley 41625

the past three years, an estimated ST. AUGUSTINE FLORIDA
3,500 to 4,000 acres of
peach trees have been plantedin 4i Never be hesitant about calling a Garcia Ambulance. We

Florida. Sharpe predicts that are always at your service with promptness, safety and
an additional 4,000 acres will experience.
probably be set during this cur
rent planting\ season. Equipped With Oz l.en Resusitator and Inhalator
However, these pioneer peach
trees are still considered experimental Garcia Funeral HomeP.
obstacles PROTEST MARCH . Veiled Moslem women itage a silent but
I, and many forceful protest march through the streets of Karachi, Pakistan. E. GARCIA, Licensed 'Funeral Director-.
f 1 must be overcome before peach They were demonstrating against the alleged failure of the government "

f success production in can Florida.Thanks be .a commercial r-- to bait rising food prices. -- ...:...r...".......", .......", ............It..LADY...........It.ASSISTANT."........".........V.(0...It..l'. ..._....... J\.
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))1 \ to research being conducted -
.I : by the experiment sta.I .
tions and private growers, there's .
reasonable hope that the Sun
: \ shine State may one day have t
I a profitable new agricultural
Industry, Sharpe says

CHEVROLET I F :,'

TIPS ON SELECTING

RIGHT BEEF CUTS ,

i I I ask A is question how to many select housewives a cut of makes all of "
types trucks
I I beef that will be tender. quality
Dr. J. W. Carpenter, meat scientist
with the Florida Agricultural
Experiments Stations says
the' answer is simple: You can't ,pryY/Wi1111Wi\Y/Itl YGYaWYp'YIHIY m tev e '- 'Nh" .A a .
4 be positive.
She said recent research indicates
that tenderness is a highly .
\ heritable trait in beef cattle, t, 1
while age and marbling of the 1
t' meat have much to do with _
meat tenderness. Certain breeds x
..1 of cattle also appear to be more
I tender than others. <.

K" I Because of these factors, he
j ,says, 'selecting a tender cut of .SSc( .
meat In your grocery store is 5 4 k v
not easy. In most cases, if you -
t select a cut that is bright red,
I smooth textured, lean with some
.I marbling, you can be reasonably
f sure of desired tenderness.
\ Through continued research of
I breeding, selection, feeding and
meat handling, meat tendernesswill
be much less a problem in .
the future than it is today, Dr.
Carpenter said.
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