The Flagler tribune

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The Flagler tribune
Place of Publication:
Bunnell Fla
Creation Date:
January 28, 1965
Publication Date:


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Newspapers -- Bunnell (Fla.) ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Flagler County (Fla.) ( lcsh )
newspaper ( sobekcm )
newspaper ( marcgt )
Spatial Coverage:
United States -- Florida -- Flagler -- Bunnell
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Dates or Sequential Designation:
Began in 1917?
Dates or Sequential Designation:
-69th year, no. 36 (Sept. 3, 1981).
General Note:
Mrs. M.B. Fuller, editor.
General Note:
Description based on: Vol. 43, no. 20 (June 2, 1955).

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I Group Agrees on
AgencyIs MEET THURSDAY I j.I Revaluation of.

Now OpenFred Methodist Laymen of the De-
(I County Property
Land District will hold a quarterly -

Krantz president of.the business meeting and din I At a meeting held last Thurs. ;
: Buiinellsaid ner Thursday (today) at 6:30
+ ; Krantz Motors, Inc. of
i v I i night, The Board of County Commissioners
P.M. in the Daytona Beach Community
they will be open for>, business heard the recommendations u
February 1. The recently I Methodist Church. Hap I I I of the Farm Bureau Tax
I of the will
Carr president group
organized company will be in "
Committee and a large number
the Wray building on South preside during the business ses
I sion. i I I of property owners In the county
Highway 1.
I % to proceed with revaluation of

I ,: Mr. Krantz said they will be Host pastor. Rev. R. T. Rich real property by a professionalgroup.
ardson, and members of the local I .
+ ; a franchised Chrysler-Plymouth
: and Valiant dealership, with a men's club are planning an
interesting program and a good : The Tax Committee, chair-
complete service and department

:1'Y. I parts meal. Reservations should b I maned by L. E. Wadsworth, reported
"not only for our
sent to the host church 616 ; that the committee had
make but also any make of
II I cars." Harvey Avenue. Guest speakerwill Invited Howze and Associates

be Robert 6 Crlsettl. Apollo I of Tampa and Hunnlcutt and
Mr. Krantz Is president of the program manager for General Associates of St. Petersburg to

+ 4 I corporation and also general Electric. I the meeting. Each firm madea
manager. Other major owners II I presentation to the group

..kM jof! the company are C A. and I I Mr. Wadsworth invited opinions

Helen Irene Krantz of Cocoa Loan Closet from property owners on

Beach and James L. Krantz of revaluation. The
consensus was
I" Orlando.Cy Worshop Planned that revaluation should be i
Lawrence will be In charge
made now so that the county
of the service department as me. I At a meeting Thursday morn. would not be forced to do so by

,. chanlc. tog the Flagler Community the courts. i

The building has recently Nursing Council planned a The recommendations for revaluation

been remodeled and renovated "workshop" to be held at the were made by ownersof

Inside and outside. Mr. Krantz Bunnell Masonic Lodge Hall on some of the largest propertiesIn

said the company is planningto i February 10. the county. Tax Assessor Don I

hold a "grand opening" In Moore said he would accept the .
about a month. The purpose is to make dressIngs
+ valuations of either of the companies
Mr. Krantz has been sales and other necessary Items all In the
provided lands
for the Flagler County Loan
manager at Patterson Motors of
county were valued on a Just
Closet. The loan closet Is sponsored
t Daytona Beach. He with his basis.
wife Patricia Jointly by the Nursing i
and their three .
The Board of Commissioners
Council and the Cancer Society
I children DccDce Fred Jr., and agreed to negotiate

Cindy, now reside In Daytona The public la Invited to call separately with both firms for d

Beach, but they plan to move during the day to familiarize a contract to do the work and

George Moody here as soon as they. can find themselves of the services of. to secure the best contract for .

CUB: $.COUTP I a home. -..1.. feted by-- the Nursing Council the least"cwrt No-estimate" waV .'

At Inaugural of and for an Inspection: tour of the made at the meeting at to the 1
HAS THREE DENSThe Lions Club Hears Loan ClosetMembers cost

recently organized Cub It was also recommended that
President Johnson
Scout Pack 473 has been divided Phone of the committee are the Tax Committee remain In
ProgramAt i
j J" 4 George Moody, Sr.. returned to into three dens, 1, 2 and 3, Mrs. asking those who have womout existence and to lend Its cooper. 1

V his home In FUgler BeachThursday Joyce Patrick said today I Tuesday Meet sheets, pillow cases and men'sold atlon and knowledge to the a aBoard
Dens 1 and 3 will meet at 3, worn white shirts to please and tax assessor concern.Ing ,
night from a three-day
o'clock this afternoon at the Masonic save them and call Mrs. George I
contract and actual frfonnanee .
fj visit in Washington, D.c., at. Hall. Den 2 met Wednesday District Manager Buck Moore Clegg, 437.3648 or Mrs. L. H. of the work. *

tending the inaugural ceremon- and Office Manager Bill Cllckler Church, 437-3417, to make arrangements p
afternoon at 3:30 with Mrs. II
In final action of the tax committee I
Ifs of President Johnson. lie E
P of Southern Bell Telephone Co. for pickup. The
and Mrs. Inez
Millie McCoy a motion was made
was accompanied on the trip by Manuel. presented a program on Distance sheets and cases can be used .\
seconded and carried that the
his son, George Moody Jr.
Direct Dialing at the luncheon for dressings and bandages. The
The monthly meeting of the I I committee remain In existence
Mr. Moody has been a voting Pack will be held at the Ma. meeting of the Lions Club on white shirts are remodeled for subject to the call by the Boardof

members of the Democratic Par. sonic Hall tonight (Thursday) Tuesday. The DDD system went bed shirts.NURSING. County Commissioners.
I into effect In the Bunnell and
ty 65 years'and says he "has at 7 o'clock. A skit will be pre.rented Another motion was made
never missed voting In an election entitled The' American Flagler Beach exchanges" Janu COUNCIL seconded and carried that Tax !.1

and never split his ticket Trailblazcrs. All parents of Cub ary 17. HOLDS MEETING Assessor Don Moore and the t

s He has been active In Democratic Scouts are invited to attend. Mr. Cllckler made a direct ; commissioners contract to have
f distance dial '111'to Lions Club
( Flagler Community Nursing
circles for many years the revaluation done by a profess i
and served on the local Democratic District Governor Claude Lockeat Council met Thursday morning tonal I
Committee several years, Local Movies On Leesburg who spoke for ten at the First Methodist Church. group.Crown t
minutes to the local club on the of the "'I
Becky Clegg
and as chairman of the commit '
For SC Club Lions Club Council
tee about 12 years. lie Is alsoa Tap programs. council I. presided.
Guests at the meeting Included
member of the State Democratic Edward C. Fllklns, Flagler Mr. Moore, )fr. Cllckler, of Plans were made for open Chambers Plan

Executive Committee of Beach, will appear<< on the pro Daytona Beach, Don Moore, Tony I house and workshop for the Loan l
Florida. gram when the Flagler Senior Closet to be held on February
Kahlert Fred Krantz of Bunnell. '
Industry ,
Citizens Club meets next Tuesday I 10. Workshop
The local committee gave Mr
2, at the
Moody the trip to Washingtonas Woman's Club building In Flag I Eastern Star Mrs. Clegg made appointments I An Industrial Development .
their representative In appreciation Elects New Workshop has been scheduled'
I lee Beach. Fllklns will show 1 for standing committees. On
of his long and enthusl i by Florida Crown Council Chambers
movies made of personalitiesand Officers the nominating committee she
astlce contribution to the Democratic of Commerce at the Ponce
named Betty Stefllk as chair. '
scenes In and around Flag 1
Party He will celebratehis lee Beach. Mrs. Betty White was elected' man with Imogene Strickland d* Leon Hotel In fit. Augustine '}

86th birthday anniversaryon The club will have a potluck 1 Worthy Matron of the Bunnell and Katherine Wilson. Thursday February .4. from 9:30: ,.
February 10. Chapter No. 93, Order Eastern A. .f. to 3:30 P.M. Representatives ti
beginning at 6 P. )I.. with I
Mr. Moody said they arrived supper Star at a meeting Tuesday eve Supply room committee are of chambers, Industrial development
entertainment follow. Members
In Washington Tuesday morning to I ning. Ray Mercer was elected Louise Church and Naomi Pel I.1ICfl' I. organizations and all s

and began a round of sightseeing and guests are asked to Worthy Patron. Publicity EuU Fuller; other businesses Interested in

which: included a visit to bring a covered' dish, salad or ; Associate Matron will be Mrs: speakers bureau will be Katherine bringing new payrolls to the
dessert with table service.
the Smithsonian Institute, Arlington along I Myra Wadsworth. and Shelton Wilson Gladys Sturman, area are Invited to attend.

Cemetery and President Coffee will be furnished.. 1 Brooks will serve as Associate and Becky Clegg. This commit'tee "We plan through this workshop
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KeMt'dY'paw., and many s------ Patron. Mrs. Geneva Solomon will be to acquaint the other to further the fine spiritof

places, of historical Interest the parade. !was elected conductress and organizations of the council cooperation which has been

there Thursday morning Bill Vaughn i Mrs. Wanda Mercer as associate program and assist. In the pro. developed through the Crown

As an added dividend to the conducted' them on a most interesting conductress. gram. Council Hamilton Gordon,

wonderful trip Mr. Moody said tour of the Capitol and Serving u secretary will be Named on the finance committee council president and managerof

they enjoyed a visit with his more sightseeing. They also enJoyed j I jWllma Brock. Other appointive were H. V. Peavy and the Putnam County.Palatka

grandson and granddaughter a visit with J. B. High, Jr., ,officers will be named by the Tom Duncan. Chamber of Commerce reports.

IX Com. and Mrs. James A. on Thursday. .Worthy Matron, In the near fu The workshop will provide ,.
Babbitt who are stationed there ),11. Moody said this was one ture. The common eels displayedat additional 'know-how* and will

with the Navy.Wednesday of the most Interesting trip he Mrs. White said the Inflation Marlneland of Florid are help us to Intensify our efforts

they were accompanied had ever' made, and he would of officers will be on the born In salt water near the to direct Industry's attention to ....

by the Babbitts attendingthe like to express his deep appreciation night of February 12 In the I Sargasso Sam then migrate and'the many assets of Northeast 1

Inaugural ceremony buffet to members of the Demo- ] lodge room., The ceremony will live to maturity In fresh Water,and North Central Florida." ...j

luncheon given by Congressman craUc Committee for making Iti I be open to the public it wasJntMd. then return to the Sargasso Sea, Flagler County Is one of the

D. It. (Billy) )Matthews and possible. | to spawn and die. IS counties In the Crown.

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Hondas G F TpB. G. Worley 204 Subscribe to The FI* Ier Tribune, $2.SQ Yearly in Advance
Irwin 0 0 0 P. Porter 204
SPORTS D.' Improta 0 0 4 Ty Whitaker 204
B. Moore 2 0 4 F. McKelvin 1 02 .....,. J
NOTES F. Fleurie 4 0 8 W. Pelllcer 102 I
G. Barber 0 0 0 II
(By Leslie Pache) I

RINKY DINKS WIN 6012 ---- Nell. ACS Iou/t dOctdLe..
Glenn Carle, John Cook and PLOHIDA. I,
nat Tops G F Tp
Robinson all the In re: j
Pee Wee doing M. Barber 4 0 8 Estate of
.. scoring for the Rinky Dinks. The J. Geller 0 0 0 JOHN Deceased SZAKAMA '
win, the second for them in the G. Revels 0 0 0 NOTICE oV PnOHATR I
f Bitty Junior League, also gave TO ALL, PERSONS INTERESTED j
Whitaker 2 0 4 I
them the league lead. : j
their You art hereby notified that vi.
The Hondas, playing first
6 0 12 written Instrument purporting: to I I
league game, showed good form. be tb Last Will and Testament of]
ZelZCII G F Tp aid I Decedent been admitted ito n E'n
Frank Fleurie had eight points, H. McKelvln 3 0 6 probate In thl r1C You are, ate
hereby commanded within six ((6)
Moore followed with four.
Buddy F. McKelvin 0 0 0 calendar month from the date of
Both teams showed good form the first publication of this noticeto I
W. Pelllcer 0 0 0
appear In this Court and chow
and lots of team work. I Improta .. 0 0 0 cause, If any you can why the action -r
of this Court In admitting said I
The formed Flat
newly Top
I : stand
Will to probate should not i
Zazas unrevolked. I .. "..''
Team won over the 126. G1 .,
3 0 Dated at Bunnell. t
Both teams were handicapped Slit day of December. A. D C..
by the outdoor condition as Refree-L. Pache. First publication T. K. Jan. 7( ahtJ'1 &u.u Uott, tcYcAttdc
both games were played on the I Games Saturday, January 30: County ; lJoWr .p
First game 9:30 Zazas vs. lion (COURT SEAL)
school grounds. Both teams OSSINSKY AND KROI.
played a tight game. In the das. Second game 10 o'clock Attorney for the Estate owlcaU. Vtuq Stdu
Rinky Dinks ,Flat 411 Main Street
fourth quarter Ty Whittaker and vs. Tops.CALL Daytona Beach Florida
Jan. 7-14-i-2. Mike Barber hit for baskets to _._
go ahead 12.6. Both boys led -- -
their: team In scoring. Herby
McKelvin scored all six pointsfor "SCOJUNG'c
the Zazas. F Tp Leaf miners?

Rlnky Dinks G F Tp G. Carle 11 1 23 .
G. Carle 408 11. McKelvln 8 0 16
M. Robinson 204 M. Robinson 6 0 12
J. Cook 408 J. McDaniel 5 1 11
L. McKelvin 000 F. Fleurle 4 0 8 I
C. McKelvin 000 J. Cook 4 0 8 ".' '

M. Barber 4 0 8 ,.J,
10 0 20 B. Moore 2 0 4 I j
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'f Minutes after you spray with DIBROM 8 Emulsire leaf miners will be dead orcbinr
,, ...even larvae that have wormed their way into plant tiuue.This same

DIBROM schedule will also clean up worms, aphids and a host of other insects.

LOW COST Because its short residual fife DIBROM 8 Emulsire is less harmful beneficial

insects. It's safer than most organic phosphates.It .

,:: '{ FAST SERVICE mixes readily with water, and is compatible with most

Insecticides and
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watermelons, peppers, cucumbers, summer squash or

( ORTHO celery (it's registered for use on 35 crops) fight back

k. SERVING DIRROM against leaf miners this year with ORTHO DIBROM.

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buds dally. I plant to hold water. I bolder, ranging from bottle REQl1lCST iron BIDS I
Gardening In Florida I i Notice Is hereby given that the .. .
Select a' site in a sunny loca When the rose bushes begin green to gold. Davy blue will East FlaRler Mosquito Control Dla

(By Bernr Sharp) I tion. In the event the bed is to leaf out keep an eye out for I continue to be a popular color,,: trlet of Klagler bids Peach at the Florida, will- I{

I located near large plants, protect .| diseases such as black spot, choice, too. '!j I i sated t'l.e miles north of or.I: I

Roses and mother-in-laws are I the rose bushes from ma. I brown canker, and powdery mil- I I ,1: Beach until .:ono Highway P. Jl. on Monday.ALA up February to and- f

often sticky subjects. But re dew. Insect that ; I. 1KB or postmarked prior .
rauding roots with a sheet of I pests, may IN TIIK riHCl'IT COIIIT OK TIIRKVKNTII to that time and data. for the following
member, without either-this metal roofing buried vertically harm the bushes will Include II 1' 1l'IN AN' ) Kllll JUDICIAL KLAULKH CIRCUIT COUNTY : ., Items for fetal yoar end ".;"

would be a dull, drab world. along the side of the bed. I aphalds, thrlps pumpkin bugs, 'I STAT11 KLOIIIUA. LAW NO. K13: I II I I Furnish approximately I0th. 194& 10.000 ;

Often both have to be handled tOAD DEPARTMENT ,, No. 1 Fuel Oil to bo de.
cottony-cushion scale and red! I gallons :
Prepare the planting site pior OK FLORIDA, an Agency of ,,: to the District's l StorageI :
with "gloved hands," but If they spider mites.Change. I the 8tat of Florida I I tanks at shop north of Stagier "
to the bushes. If I
securing rose Petitioner,
Beach Florida In quantities suit '
are' treated properly both will I
the soil Is loose, light and sandy, T. r: t.forwt ; capacity of storage
bring enjoyment to home and EDDIE CAPP8 et .1.! h la approximately
remove it to a depth of 15 inches Coming Defendants. I I tt.&tftt) gallons Quotations to Include ,

the garden. and replace with compost of rot. ALIAS NOTICE OK+ HIILW' NISI all applicable taxes and to bo firm
bid on CO degree F. Temp and to
Since gardening Is a safer NOTICE OK EMINENT DOMAIN state terms of
ted leaves, manure and rich Jn Men's SuitsThe PROCEEDINGS!: ; payment.
I| Furnish approximately 1000 gal.
subject than domestic affairs, hammock soil. For best growth, IN THE NAME AND BY TUB Ions of Regular Uasolln I to bo de

here are a few tips on roses. be sure the replaced material is most sweeping change, in AUTHORITY FLORIDA: OK THH STATE OKTO livered north to the of Flagler District's Beach Headquarters .'101'-. ''j

However, you might keep in quite acid. Many sandy soils in men'* fashions In several yearsIs ALL WHOM IT MAT CON. I, Ida In quantities I for storage tank
CERN and to all and facilities. Bldcrd to furnish
I persons par. storage
mind that a dozen roses and a south Florida contain too much coming this spring. ti** claiming- or havingany right, tank of BOO gallon capacity with i!

few kind words often soften the lime for best Men's suits are expected to title. Interest estate, mortgage, dispensing: pump and meter. Meter ,
rose production.
or other lien to or on that certain I I to be calibrated 1 by the Florida 1)e i
damage of a domestic tiff. Choose for have more shape, according to parcel of land hereinafter described partment of Agriculture and amdavit ;
overcast t
an day
and the following ,
persons together to this effect. Quo
Roses come in two main planting. ,First check the plant Miss Elizabeth Dlckensori, with all unknown persons claiming tatlone to Include all applicable **
classes: dormant (bare roots) clothing and textile specialist, by. through or under known per. taxe and to be a Arm bid stating I
and cut back the bushto who
carefully sons arc dead or who art not terms of payment.
and container grown. The dorm. four five Trim off Florida Agricultural Extension known to be dead or alive: Furnish approximately 1,000 ....
or eyes. lone of .. l\ Gas, delivered to the
ant rose plants are graded all broken roots. !Service. irrlr.rOtn; wU Districts 1 Headquarters north of

number 1,number 1% and num. Flagler I Beach Florida Older to
For the few suit
Be sure the planting holes are past years Houston. Texas furnish storage tank and dispens
ber 2 based on size and numberof jackets have hung straight. But 8HD NO. W.I ing pump with Meter Quotation
large enough to accommodatethe to be Arm bid.
Oeraldeen Tldwell
canes. Grade number 1 is I roots without crowding. In this past fall several'clothing III Arora Street Bids will be opened at the office
best. Houston, Texas on Wednesday February Ird. at'successful
the bottom of each hole drop a manufacturers showed suits BUD NO. IOU 000: I' M.

Container grown rose plantsare slightly nipped, at the waist Bidder will be notified
handful of garden fertilizer and SECTION 71001.1401 STATE following the District's tabulationof
"Florida Fancy No. 1" and cover lightly with top soil. Dip with broader shoulders and ItOAi) S t1.16) FLAOLZEt COUNTY, bids.
I DEl'IUI'TION The District reserves the right toreject
"Florida Fancy No. 2. Plants the roots of each plant in a more chest fullness. I SltO NO. IOU BORROW PIT I I any and alt bids and to waive I ,
which do not conform to stand BORROW l'IT NO. I LEFT any Informalities In bidding
Some suits have lower but.
bucket of before
ards for one of these grades are planting. Insert the new bush ton and lower crease of the That part of CONTROL DISTRICT
The HEU of Section It, Township Lyman I* Gage Secretary
not eligible for any Florida so that the root system will lapel-collar'line. These features 11 South. Range II East Jan 11-11 oil Feb. 4Uo

grade label. The best quality stand at the level it allow shirt to show. described ..' follows
same that more Commence on the South IN TIIK CIRCUIT COURT. KV-
rose plant obtainable is a "Flor stood in the nursery row. One manufacture/' said Section It point 301.1 K:>TH JUDICIAL t'lltCtllT. IA'U
ida Fancy" container clothing feet West of the aLou, corner : Foil KLAULKII t'OUNTY:
grown thereof and run North II' 20' KI.UHIUA. CIIANCKItY: NO. BOO
With a slow stream of water says that In two years nearly II
plant with Rosa fortunlana root- West 17114 feetthence South CITY or FLAULER BEACH.
from a hose, work the soil about 30 per cent of men's suits will Tl:* if 41* West Uo feet to the a municipal corporation exist
stock. Northeast corner of Borrow pit No. ing under the Laws of the
the roots filling the hole to the be cut so as to slightly trace .
For those who lack a definite I for the POINT OF ItEdlNNINO; State of Florida Flagler Coun
ground level. Pack firmly and the outline of the body. From said Point of Beginning ty, Florida.
green thumb, try the potted run South II* 0>' 41* We it 7iO feet; Plaintiff,
put a saucer of earth about the colors in sport jackets are thence South 00* 50' II" gait, 1064 .v.-
stock as these plants are almost feet; thence North II* Of 41* East CERTAIN LANDS, upon which
sure to live.VArieties 710 thence North 10* BO' 1IJWest Special Assessments are
1080 feet to the Point of delinquent.
to plant can be a I BeginningCONTAINING/; Defendants. \
Fresh Cut Flowers- NOTICE
IMS acres, more
problem. Old fashioned favor or less, TO ALL PERSONS Interested In
ites have the or having any lien or claim uponany
advantages over
ufJf1OhoAI of the 'lands
"Permanent Flower"and > FOR BORROW PIT described herein
newcomers. These Include such NO 2.That. hOU' AHB CITY : NOTIFIED
,. roses as Louis Phillippe, Sum The /SB! U of said Section IJ; BEACH has filed Its bill Tf com-
mer Sunshine Mothesday and described as follows: plaint In tho above named court
Fresh Flower Begin at the Northeast cornerof to foreclose delinquent special asessrnents -
Queen Elizabeth. ArrangementsPOTTED Borrow Pit No J.. located with interest and penalties
above and run South Ot' 10 II* upon the parcel of land ,
Plant roses for cut flowers in PLANTS CORSAGES Sail II14 feet! thence North set In the following schedule. .
:- : the
a separate cutting garden because TI* If ..* East I4J.77 feet to the aggregate amount of such '
LOCAL FREE DELIVERYBLACK'S Westerly right of way line of special assessments Interest and
they're far from handsomeif State Road I I-ISH; thence North penalties, against said respective ,
II* 10't.* West along said parcels of land as set forth In said
pruned'properly, covered: most FLOWER SHOPPhone of way line' 10 thence South bill of complaint being set opposite .

of the time with protective fungicides Point 71* If o/l*Beginning.'teeu/ 10 feet to the such to-wltt parcel In the followingschedule .

and denuded of flower' 437-3348 111 North Forsyth StreetDiazinon > CONTAINING 0.41 acre, more or PARCEL NO. I Amount of Special '1 f
.... Assessments 111*.Bl.Beginning I.,
L1 : OWNED BYt ELIZABETH N. at;:;point 1IT feet p
T Ut'\ KATY J. TIDWKLL i.n- Rast and 111 South of the
e and husband WALTER I: Northwest corner of Tract II. running .
.: O. 1. OfUN om. HARRf TIT). West to the Hast line of the
4' I WELL: and wife lIA"A tell TIDWKLU John Anderson Highway as It BOW
,.. JOHN F. TlnWlI and thence In a Southeasterly' direction
wife IKORA LKB: TIDWELL MAUOIB along said east line or said
M. TIDWELL JBATMAN and Anderson Highway to tho
t" \ husband WILLARD KATMAN. south line of the North half of I
'pjH.,. Cj TlDWEUTjAMrH: 0. Tl ) ToM Tract II. thence East along said.
( "" ,.I ,. and wife TlNNBTTB TIDWKU lino to the West line I of Conneo*
\ '. .. tlout Avenue, thence
lil. .1 : .f \tJ and wire RDITII THiWELL MARION said line to the point of beginning
..__ lJ" CLINTON( FIELD* and wife All In Ulock D. Section II Town. I
\.. '. '..., ,. ...' t /1;., HELEN FtNLDfl. JAMKfl: lilt 111 W- ship II South, Range II Rast, In '11
1" Kit TIDWELL and wife IlKTTY the Itaveiopmcnt Company's .
l ,w".., ?' TiIWRI.LkMAIt1E1. M. lWWICLI.. Allotment as per plat Sled
i' with the Clerk of the Circuit Courtof
'ti'.1. : '., I THOMAS JACKSON TIDWELL of the Northhalf of Traqisand
,fl'tt' : ;. t ...... ,I,... ,.. ," and wit. nANKII I.KB 10 of Block "1);* Section II,
", ;. TIDWKU: rRANImSMAIUON! TIDWKt Township II South>> Range II Sat
'4 _'if; "'L. >L CAPI'H and husband EDDIBCAIT8. according to plat of Bunnell Development .
.. I'. .I BARBARA TIDWKLI Company, and more
vr.I .., ,,- .b, : CONR and husband Illtl.JoJ CONU particularly described as follows)
to. ,. ANNE TJDWELU : TID.WKLL Beginning at the Northwest '0'.
'tI : CLINTON FIELD ny Groltll. said Tract 10 as a
.' 4<,. If", You. and each of you are hereby point reference and funning
; fty comanded to filing an thence south 1 deree U. .5
: j Answer to the Petition heretofore) along the Wilt line of the
filM In this cause In the entitled Tract 10. ..* feet
Court, before February > to the of beginnlnK of this
>-. on or point
1 : :: ltd. to show what right, Jt'':. description, thence North II de-
controls most Florida Interest or Hen you or of tf 40* East, a distance of
:: frees
have In and to the above'descrlb.4lands feet to the West boundaryof
; and show cause why the Connecticut Avenues thence
: !:' : ( same should not be taken for the South 1 degree IB 01* last along
vegetable insects. ; uses and purposes set forth In the the West boundary of Connecticut
,. Petition filed Avenue, a distance of .. t..tJ
.', < t WIT EI4II my stand and .heal of thence South II degrees It: 10<
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... ( ( : this Court on this lath day of West, a distance llO.1$
tT. January A. I> 1040. an Intersection wrlh the Easterly
I. .,: .. L, / B A. MMYTITCClerk boundary of the foot right' of
s>b, .. .. vv of the Circuit Court. In way of the John Anderson Highwaft -
.. and o FUgler Count. Florida n 'oo'tt.a degrees II'
'it liy Julia It. Harvey 10" west >aU Easterly
." tii -" .M ._ ,. Depuljr Clerk right of way boundary, s dislsnc
"JI. itlC1AkAMON of lied. feet to the W<.e| line of
JAMEfl J. tbo said Tract III thence continuing
'. IIOLJ.AND liyiLIUNOTALLHAMIEli North II degrees II 10* Wet
FIMUDAOF along said Easterly: right of way
0X ,. rnt/NMKL; roil TUBPETfTlpNKIl boundary, a distance of 11.41 feet;
thenco North II degrees II' II
Jan. I-25 A Feb. 4.U-4c( Kasl. a a...
tbo point of beginning of this ...
Diazinon9 Insecticide Is the Diazinon
only You can use through. M TIIK cmrtiT COUNT or erlptlon. ed to

product you need to control most out the seasons. And dose to harvest IC FLAULKII oia.imtr('.)Ir5TY no., FI.OMIUA coo .Ibo lalnlnsj True Oil::a411:4 acres |leeord parcel.(4 con In

.. : of the major Insects of Florida .. without residue problems. DOMINICJC CALLEO Deed; hook 44. page 117, racier

: ,I. vegetable crops. Here's the kind of So take advantage of the bene ANTOINETTEi'CALIJOiMfendant Ilalntlff 'GI-'w'r;: : ; ';; W1IEREOF. I hate of
tr. \
"money-ln-the-bank/'program fits of superior vegetable foliar Insect hereunto official set seat fIt)of hand sold Court on amiedibo this

Nonrij TO rrmu o( January. A. D Jill.
Diazinon control with Diazinon. Order tblday
can provide; THE! FATS or FUJRIDA. TO: B. A. ftMYTfIB

'.; Diazinon simplifies dependable Diazinon SOW wetprogram. ANTOINETTE CALLKOIt herb .f sill Court
.., 1 : your spray claston, AvenueUarncld. liy Julia II. Harvey
It reduces the need to table powder or Diazinon AC500emulslfiable New Jersey :;. C1.rk.
1 ..Its
Tow are hereby notified that Jan. tt.II r.... 0.11
.f use several different Insecticides. concentrate, from cult has been nl.d against you .In .
U.I: above entitled cause, aM you -
'It You spray less when you spray with your local supplier today. are hereby required to r U
"r.O'i.IWI :
'.lcj: Dlulnon. So you save time and Ceigy Agricultural Chemicals, .a" to wild servo the a Clerk copy thereof upontbo ffljr Jflijjlrr QJrlbanr

I,:; money. Division of Ceigy Chemical Corporation I.....plalallff. came or an4 Blalntlffs address Ist attorney 1I i .1' nlLI. Fa.onlU4MR.I.

Are; You kill insects quickly with Ardsley, New York. I RAY Seld.s MKLf'EN' III.

. :t '. Diazinon.And the"staying power" I.t... lt-aet.. Florida. IL 12. FULLER: Editor
Ht later than February Jl. A. D.
,." of Diazinon '
F provides outstanding 1.1l : Ir'yov fall to U. so *>.,.. pro I ,......e.ed aeweoosor leg oilLogol
\l control of problem Insects like gy confee Uelti: entered agalnet A.*.,......
\ OMMJOl a OOMCMJ KM I aa.e for the demanded In the :
i aphids, Southern armyworms and COM of ee.n.Ulot. The nature of .
1 leaf miners for a long time. DIZI non .aM stilt tMlngfor dlvorco.WTMEa I Entered as oecood clasf matter
my hand and seal of February Ilunaeil!3' .1.1** **.*'
aid Coort this Htn day ef Jeno- ornco ot FUrlda, under
,I -. any_ :.ID.l.a.; Act .1 March I. iOU
.f leek of said Circuit Court
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1 I Lifelike Dolls And as far back as the 18th (I Commerce reports. I A nine-hole golf course Is The U.S. Coast Gaurd main
century, two Swiss watchmakersbuilt "This state-local debt Included available for visitors at the tains ships and shore installations
I' Lead ChristmasPared three Incredible dolls that all monies owed ,by any partof Florida Caverns State Park at overseas as well as In the I
still write, draw, and play for the Florida state government, Marianna. United States.
visitors to the History Museum plus what was owed by counties -
Of ToysDolls In Neuchatel, Switzerland. When districts and cities in the
do everything nowadaysbut wound up, the little author dipsa state. Last year's total was 15 I
change their own diapers. quill pen in ink and writes per cent over 1962 compraredwith PHONEKelley's
They walk, talk, wink, drink, "Welcome to Neuchatel" in a national gain in state
burp, flirt, sniffle, sneeze, laugh, French. The artist sketches pen : and local debt of 8 per cent. Fuel OilCLEAN l
and sing. They wear wigs, blow cil portraits of Louis XVI of I "For every Floridian-man,
blow bubbles, and twist. France and Marie Antolnette.j woman and child-the total
Ranging in grandness from The lady musician I I means an indebtedness of $427 BURNING '
the simplest rag baby to the keyboard of a miniature 18th. each. Eighteen other states had
most sophisticated teen model century organ, and plays simple higher per capita figures and >
dolls have grabbed a giant minuets, gavottes, and quad. the 50-state average was $464, / STANDARDPRODUCTS
share of the $1 billion toy mar rilles. federal debt not Included.
\. ket this past Christmas. Though a doll's life has never I I "The Florida total Included ..
Doll Speokes 7 Languages, been better, there are spoil. $34,100,000 local government
i Dolls with mechanical ability sports. A Czecholslovaklan Com I short-term debt; $.1,845,900,000long. ,
are increasingly popular, the munlts youth newspaper blamed -term debt and $484,200,000 :
National Geographic Society dolls for spreading "bourgeousideas I state long-term debt Long-term .
of a perfect lady." The DIESEL KEROSENEHOME
reports. !obligations are nonguaranteedand -:-
One baby doll turns her head. newspaper warned: "Girls will are payable solely from
and dutifully falls' asleep in her: grow up to be more interestedin pledged earnings of specific DELIVERY COMMERCIAL ACCOUNTS
,crib at the push of.8 button. fashion than In the production projects or from special assess Phone 437-7172 Bunnell, Florida
A beatnik moppet says, "Play It of ,synthetic chlorophyll." ments. "During the year, new
cool." Another sings nursery long-term debt issued in the -
rymes, and a sports minded state came to $409,700.000 while
doll roller-skates in circles. One State Public Debt a total of $146,400,000 was re 24 Home I
versatile youngster speaks 216 paid. Interest paid on the en. Wrecker Service *
words In French, Spanish, Rus Equals $427 For tire debt during the 1963 year
scan, Italian, German, English, totaled $79,900,000, up 13 percent .
and Japanese, thanks to tiny Every ResidentThe over 1962 compared with a
phonograph discs that can be national gain of 9 per cent." Flagler Truck & Tractor Co.
played within the doll. public debt of the Stateof
To bring out the nurse ,in Florida together with that of Leave your pet duck at home, MASSEY.FERGUSON
every little girl, there is evena all local governments within when you go hunting. Conservation Grove Farm Industrial Equipment
sick doll. She comes equippedwith the state stood at $2,364,200,000at laws prohibit taking VIRGIL DECKER Phone ID 7-3242
three faces-an ill one the end of the 1963 fiscal year, game with the ,aid of live de I .
(complete with red spots), the Florida State Chamber of coys. ; Owner Bunnell, Florida

sleepy, and happy. She is dressed .
in pajamas, and has her own -
adjustable hospital bed. : .
\ One of the most lifelike dolls .
has "hair,'that grows." The hair I The man from Globe Life i .
can be washed, set, then combedout ,
in high-fashion Style. The "
flick of a switch changes the will : "
,visit soon in'f +
hair length from short to medium you ,
to long.
Two Baltimore brothers have "
perfected a doll that can get a ;' '
suntan. Dressed in. blue swim AND VICINITY .
suit, "Sandy" freckles, then turnsa '" t
golden brown after a minutein f ".f t :
the sun. The secret is a 'I "1; :
spedal .;. i' II ...
coating which makes the It- r ."'f' : ", ,"" '
body sensitive to light f4 ti ,
Welcome him :I.
Many toy manufacturers believe f ?i '!'
clothes sell the doll. Consequently J .
high-fashion dolls his policies
may have 100-piece wardrobes, are, Ul1'1 i
including monogrammed pa. _
ja'mas and miniature mink GUARANTEED RENEWABLE .,
coats, sneakers and swim fins: r
"It costs more to clothe the "
doll than my child!" moaned .. fOR LIFE
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f one mother. .
; To make doll housekeeping
'\. easier, there are such appliances Ask him any question-take as much timeas
j' as 'whistling tea ''kettle, sizzling you like. After discussing the type of Er
skllletand perking percolator.
1Io,, For the career-girl doll there'sa protection that you really want, he will ;.
,' desk and two-way telephone explain just how the Globe Hospital Plan ; y ,

: with "llte-up" dial. For the out. can be fitted to your particular need-and, b
' door type there are golf clubs,
: sports cars, and boats. at a cost within; your means. ,

..':Y. Wlnd-Up WriterMechanization The Globe Life man who calls at your t '; '
of dolls is not
new. American dolls were walk-. home has been carefully selected and {

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i ,: Daytona 500 Set a : I
WE GIVE Quantity Rights

You Like Good Country For February 14 ME T T S Reserved*** !

Music? Then don't miss "Coun The annual Daytona "Speed TOP Prices Good S
try Music on Broadway" at the Weeks," the world's biggest and Thurs Fri., Sat.,
Bunnell Theatre Thursday, Fri I fastest racing extravaganza, will VALUE SUPER MARKET : Mon.
day and Saturday. 1-23-ltc feature 11 major races In which Jan. 28 thru Feb. 1
-- the world's latest late model I STAMPS ***
BABY GRAND PIANO for sale. stock and modifled-sportsman 103 S. Railroad St.
Telephone 73201
Call 4373386. 1-28-ltc cars and GT sports and proto-
type machines will be seen in
FOR SALE-Fire Place \Yood.
Call 4392214. 1.28-6tc flat-out action on the Daytona Armour's (6-8 lt) Average) Ib Flavor\Aged (Choice) CHUCK tb

FOR SALE-5 rooms and Florida International In these 11 which M
Room Furnished, garage or ,unfurnished.dock on canal., Rea.. ,range In distance from 50 miles 49Fresh t!
toto 1243 miles, the racing cars
sonable down Low
payment. will cover a distance of 2693 i
monthly payments, 205 N. Flag. miles.
ler, 4392382. 1-28-tf
i The two biggest chunks of this (Baking) Wilson Certified tb Fla. Grade "A" (FRESH) SPLIT tb t
A 1959 Ford 2 door, 6 cylinder
. mileage will be consumed by
will be sold to satisfy storage International, F1A- '
the two full ;
& wercker bill at Hersey's Paint I sponsored events on the pro HENS 39 Broilers 33World
and Body Shop at the hour of gram-the seventh annual run
10 o'clock A.M. February. 15, 1 ning of the Daytona 500 on February .
1965. 1.28.3tp 14, and the fourth annual
FOR SALE Spinet Piano 2000 kilometer (1243 miles) Daytona ', Best GROUND Fresh tb

Westmoreland zer new W.$325.00 Daytona L. wurllt'l Beach The Continental other races on are February five 50-28. BEEF 3 tT; 1 PORK STEAKS 47"Flavor I '

rollers two 100-mIlers, and two
Fla. 1-28-ltp 250-milers. Aged (Choice) SHOULDER Flavor Aged (Choice) tb "

FOR SALE, 1962 Red Ford Gal. In the first of the 250-milers, .
axle 4 transmission-door, 6 cylinder RAH automatic extra el on stocks February and 7, the drivers top late of ARCA mod. ROAST Ib 59' CHUCK STEAK 55Lean .

2109 So. Central Avenue .
Flagler Beach. 4392308. will battle It out over the Speed.way' Juicy (ALL MEAT) Flavor Aged (Family) Choice
2.5 mile asphalt
Jan. 212tcFURNISHED In the other, on February 13 STEW Ib 69' STEAK Ib 590WILSON'S
APT. for rent. Call NASCAR's finest modified .
Harris Appliance, phone 437-3367 sportsman jobs will meet In a
for information. 1-21-tf I national championship ra e.
-- The 50-milers Include two TABLE READY (Solid) CT SIZE
WANT TO BUY lots suitable for ARCA and two NASCAR pole I .
building In colored area. Contact position races on February 6 and '
P. Hoffmelster, Jr.. Box 53, 7, respectively, and the two 100 'BAKE RITE OLEO TIDE ,
Ormond Beach Fla. 6771065.
miters on February 12 are
1.21.28; Feb. 4.114tpFOR NASCAR Grand National events
determine the final lb 7- Gt. 57- ;
SALE 1959 Rambler 4-door and will 315470 Solid
automobile In good condition.B. starting order for the Daytona Size ]
Rucinskl. Deen Road Bunnell 500.A OR YOUR CHOICE OR YOUR CHOICE 1.
crowd close to 90.000 Is expected OR YOUR CHOICE WILSON
Box 2, Rt. 1. l-14-3tp Qtra. GT. SIZE'I
to be in the stands and
FOR SALE Ford halt ton pick. Infield when the field goes to CRISCO BUTTER
up. Coy Harris, 4373367. After the post In the 500. This, the CHEER.
6 P.M. call 437-3573. 11.5.t II I world's fastest race drew more i
In 1964. A full International .
than 80,000
WANTED IRONING to do at my with driver exchange 3 Ib 59- Ib 59- Ct. 57- l
home reasonable. Pick up ft de.
Tin Qtra. j
livery. Phone ID 73669. the 500 always draws Size _
10.24-t. NASCAR's top drivers end late
model cars as well as some of Limit (n of your choice Limit ((2)) Oleo or (1)) Out. Limit (1) of your choice ,
SEPTIC TANK cleaning; drain the stars of USAC, and a sprinkling with purchase! of $5.00 or ter with purchase of $5.00 with purchase of $5.00
fields Installed; snail shell. Rea of foreign aces more food order food order or more food order
sonable prices. Call George Ja- The Daytona Continental one
roz, ID 7-3410 8-1-tf of the few races in the world Humpty Dumpty (Grade "A")

To p.CONSTIPATED tIDlftlr 1Prue. I that facturers'counts world toward chaplonshlp the manu, Is MEDIUM I EGGS 2 'Do. 8 5 0 I

... A ttoaa U the longest' race scheduled In the naturalluatlv.
8mo -*. t tad mo.t United States. It starts at 10
MOODrS PHARMACY A.M. and runs more than 12
for lreDeroue FREE BXUFLB or hours. The race will again pit Bush 303 Can p
40 UbUU for Tic. O r 1,040.00'HIeS
neb the best of the country's high ,
performance machinery againstthe CUT BEANS 2-35
JOHNSTON'S Ferraris, Porches Jags of Fresh Crisp

FLACLEB BEACH REALTY CO.) Euurope. Showboat 300 Can CELERY 2 **

LABS HOMES OCEAN FRONT,! Hamilton County, location of <"**
WATER ACREAGE FRONT FARMS, I the Stephen Foster Memorial, Fancy RED SWEET 2 Ibs
has no natural land connection '
tee as for real estate n.*di POTATOES *
your with the rest of Florida, being StarkUt (>/ Can GRATED) 29
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Residence Phones or ID ID 7-3617 7-3681 Wlthlacoochee Rivers.D&S. and Suwannee.- TUNA 2 For 69R.d APPLES Delicious (4- bool&o Boy) .


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and Mrs. Walter Knight Cew,... I ':
were hosts at a dinner party I :
and,family gathering Monday TRESSIA ANN MILLERMr. I.
evening at their home, Haw
Creek. and Mrs. Norman Miller ( ) U. S. D. A. CHOICE BEEF SALE
Present were Mr. and Mrs. Dan announce the birth of a seven
Knight, DeLand; Dr. and Mrs. pound, four ounce daughter, lb.
Claude Knight, Palatka; Dr. and born January 11 at the Glendale 79
Mrs. Nelson Dunn, Fort Worth; Hospital in Palatka. She has
Mrs. Edith Singletary, Jackson. been given the name of Tressia
ville, and the hosts. Ann.
ROUND STEAKlb.. 89 !i
Mr. and Mrs. M. B. McDanIel Rev, and Mrs. Robert Carr of
were in Lake City Friday visiting Monticello, Florida, were guests
with Duke McDanIel who of their nephew and niece, Mr. CUBE
underwent surgery last Tuesdayat and Mrs. 1... A. Yelvington, Tues. STEAK lb.79F j
the Veterans Hospital. He Is day and Wednesday. Rev. Carr
reported Improving satisfactori is a former pastor of the Bun .
ly. nell Methodist Church.A .
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Dr. and Mrs. Nelson Dunn of recent note from John I Lean Western (CENTER CUT) ..
Fort Worth, Texas, are house. BIeleJeski, Sr... former resident
guests of Mr. and Mrs. Walter saying he missed his Bunnel *
Knight Mrs. Dunn Is Mr. friends and hoped they were In! 59
Knight's sister, the former Freda good health. They settled l in .
Knight. Fort Lauderdale to be neal
their son, John Jr. Small MeatySPARE Copeland' Ranger (By the Piece)
Those from Bunnell attending lie also said John, Jr. on Jan
the Flagler-Volusla 40 & 8 So- uary 1, became a ful fledged RIBS SLAB BACON
ciety meeting at Post Home 50 partner in the law firm he has
of The American Legion in Day. been connected with tnere. SLICED
tona Beach Friday night were I Ib 49* FREE tb 39* :
Steve Cyzyckl,LevI Brannam,Sr.,
M. B. Fuller and Leonard Moody. I 'l 1
Our Value (Limit 4 with food order)
Mr. and Mrs. Lee Mercer vUlt
ed in Wllllston during the pastweekend CMTR 303 can fOeCampbell'
with their son In law CRISCO OIL
and .daughter. No.1 Can

Dr. and Mrs. E. L. Caudlll ST. 48 oz. A
I of Ellzabethton Tenn., are PAYDAY BUTTERNUT-MILK SHAKE Bottle 4CIP .'
, spending a vacation In Ormond (Family pak 1 with $5.00 or more food order
I Beach. They will' also visit herewith t6BARS" 1geUmJt
Mr. and Mrs. T. E. Holden. 5C

Harry Robert (BeBe) Moody FREE purchase( 26 o:. Red & White SALT DAIRY SPECIAL ,;
who is with the U.S. Navy, visited with of (1) 4 oz. Can -
soossaei McCormick's Ground BLACK PEPPER J
here Wednesday and today
max. ossa rsaivslooNo Marigold (1 Ib Solid.)
with members of his family and ,
. friends. lie is transferrlngjto the 0 LEO 2 29* .\
Great Lakes Training School. MAXWELL HOUSE (All Grinds) for a

,, Mr. and Mrs. Roy Meadows, COFFEE FROZEN FOODS -
who were managers at Stuckey'sseveral
Clark' CHOPPED (Pkf. of 5)
are spendinga
years ago
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I I I f ing bill for farm products, which

(Br Hesvey Sharpe) The connecting hose serves as If you use cinders or gravelthe Seen for This YearFood has Increased yearly since 1950,

% like babies best I I a food supply line when the unit as a growing medium, I will continue to go up in 1965.

Plants, grow I can, filled with nutrient solution they may contain a wide varietyof prices will rise slightlythis I There will be little change
diet. So why not
on a liquid i is in the hosited position minerals, and other minor year according to Dr. C. C. 1 from 1964 figures in the returns
aquatic gardener
an I and it serves as a drain hose elements may not be necessary Moxley economist with the farmers ''wIll get for their products

Plants can be grown with when the can Is lowered to the Also if you use commercial Florida Agricultural Extension I in 1965. No change is ex-

their roots suspended In water. ground. I fertilizers in place of pure Service. pected in livestock prices. Hog

1 However, gravel Is the most How often to give the plantsa J chemicals In making the solutions I i However, expected increasesIn prices may show a slight In-

X popular medium. Some chemical drink of nutrients depends on I the impurities may be consumer disposable income crease. Poultry prices will fall.

farmers use sand, 'cinders, size of plants and temperature., adequate to supply the minor the
sawdust or well-rotted plant ma- during year will more than Gauging his prediction on con-
terial. On cool days 'one sip would be I elements. offset the rise in food prices. tinued economic expansion, ris-

{ adequate, but on hot or windy !j Commercial fertilizers Last year's retail food prices ing consumer Incomes, and pop-

:I.. Hydroponics allow a gardener I days the plants may wilt if not I contain Insoluble materials. may Pos averaged a little more than 1 ulation growth Moxley envisionsa
with only a pint-size lot to raise
flooded at least three times from
sibly one-fourth of the fertilizer per cent above 1963 and are ex- big domestic demand for farm-
table food In addition to front
sunup to sunset. -\ pected to increase slightly in produced commodities.
not dissolve. Do not
| may use
yard ornamentals It will give
Mixing the plant nutrients !
I fertilizer 1965 Dr. Moxley says. He fur-
you a chance to become a real and keeping the elements In any containing more Moxley says that 1964 saw an

'. agricultural scientist. proper balance Is Important In I than 1 per cent fluorine. I --- I all-time high in dollar sales in

!, j Liquid farming is a boon to hydroponics. Unless you are ex. i In preparing the bed for Stretch Fabrics the export of farm products.This .

producing top quality peas, peppers perlenced with chemicals, don't planting be sure to. wash the year of 1965 will be a bo-
cucumbers, strawberriesand try to formulate your own nu gravel or cinders. The medium nanza export year, too, he predicts

eggplants plus a host of trients. It's ,much easier to 'purchase should be fairly uniform in size Becoming PopularStretch but dollar value will be

other foods. Hydroponic tomatoes ready mixed Ingredientsfor about tt to< % inch in diameter. fabrics are becomingso under 1964 averages. .

are usually the pride of the solution at a garden I I! For planting stock use only popular that by 1970 garment

the neighborhood. I supply store. the best varieties of plants produced manufacturers predict 70 per

To' get the project started, For best growth It is a good f In disease-free soil, sandor cent of all garments will be O. F. ALlfORD

construct a beginner's hydro- idea to keep the plant food solution vermlcullte. Before plantingin woven stretch. Register

ponlc unit. Essentially the unit fairly acid-between pH ; gravel rinse off the soil or
\ Is a water-tight box filled with J* 5.5 and 6.5. An' acid solution other materials that cling to the The comfort ,of stretch fabrics Real Estate BrokerBunnell I

washed gravel and mounted on tends to make ,the elementsmore roots when the plants are dug Is a strong point in their favor FloridaIN

knee-high legs. Attach a 5.galI available to the plant In setting plants in gravel, says Miss Elizabeth DIckenson;

Ion can to one end of the trough I I roots. spread out the roots natural-like clothing and textiles specialistwith TifF cinrt'iT cotnr. SEVENTH I

like box by means of a flexible Usually the problem is keep- and 'gently sprinkle bn the the Florida ,Agricultural AND KOH JUDICIAL KLAX.IPH flUCMT.('OINTV.KMIJIIUA IV.
i hose. A discarded filler hose Ing the solution more acid gravel. Don't crush the' roots Extension Service. tllATCKHY HO.

from the washing machine will ,(lower pH). If necessary, use with a dash of' rocks. These fabrics are becoming I WILLIAM BOOS M. EDWARDS.

serve the purpose. sulfuric: acid. All, that is needed It's necessary to furnish support available in varlty of materials V..' Plaintiff. II

Next, tie a length of sash cord is a few items from Junior's | for most plants, for example and with a variety of uses. KAY YELTON EDWARDS

to the ball of the can and passit chemistry set. These include a tomatoes and cucumbers. Re- Studies are being made to meas. NOTICE TO Defendant DEFEND

through a pully attached I dropper bottle of .04 percent I' member, you'll get rather large ure the areas of stress and THE 8TATK Kay Yelton OK FLO1UDA.Edward TO:

above, the unit. With this rig'' brom cresol green, a porcelaintest yields, so make the supports stretch In the human body, suchas c/o S. K. Yelton

) you can feed a nutrient solution plate and a chart which quite sturdy. the knee and stretch gar- Spindate.Pleasant North Street Carolina

ments will be designed with this You are hereby notified that a
milt has been filed against you In
In mind. the above entitled cause; and you
The two basic categories of are hereby required to file your answer
I with the Clerk of this Court
stretch fabrics are power stretch and to verve a copy thereof upon
I the plaintiff or plaintiff* attorney,
and comfort stretch. who** name and address is.
Bby p Designed for use in H T. Conk
a' 4
yr founda-I Citizens Bank Buldingfort
ion garments swim Office BoxBunnell >
E Florida
'SY4. other athletic clothing, power not later than February' 27, A. D.
stretch fabrics are highly 1515.
If you fall to do so. decree pro
stretchable and have quick re- confeaso will be entered attains
,. for the relief demanded in the
sfl "
.. H zGd M'+lA '3' covery 'and "muscle power. bill of complaint.
f J The nature of laid suit being
/ ) t dP.v, ,9t. Where holding strength is not for divorce

needed, comfort and stretch WITNESS my hand an eat of .
all Court this 2th day of Janu"oVla'l "
fabrics may be used. In every- 1555.
2 4 4 }3''' ( I day clothes they allow for ID Seal E. A. BMYTHEa
1v of sM Circuit Court
$ freedom of movement and givea j I By Julia It. HarveyDeputy
tA. ,t Clerk
smooth, comfortable fit. I Jan. 21 A Feb.

.. CONDITION!' .>...- .ITI/I: HANK OKHIVrLL. Itl'NNFI.i." 0.-
o g, .' ntIINEU: ,,v uKCKMDhJ Si. .N4
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Cub, balance with other bank, and cash Menu In process
_. ,177,244.77
I of, collection ---MLJIIH m uru1 ir jTTiii f
United Htates Government obligation*. direct and guaranteed 1.2U.UO.tO
.. .. .
Obligations of State and subdlvlalona --. -. U.14 41
Other bond note, and debenture (Including $ none securl-
of Federal: agencies and corporation not guaranteed
tlh't1. 8.> ....-_?_.._. ?..,,t ._.- __ ... :, t,100.00
Corporate stocks (Including | none stock of Federal RsrT
.. None
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Stank -t---
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Loans and discounts(Including I none overdraft) 1.713.124
I lank premises owned ".&00.00, furniture and natures
tit _. 33,000.00
sou oo -- -I.i..I -- i i n 1-
t (Bank prentice owned are subject to t none lien not assumed by bank)
teal Estate owned other than bank None
L nveitment and other anet Indirectly representing
premises or other real estate ._...... n. .. _._... None
/ Customers' liability to this bank on acceptance outstanding None
, Other assets ................. -..........._..o_-._... ..._....

TOTAL' ASSETS _...._....-...11.221111

s Xp Demand deposits of Individual partnership, and corporations -
_- .....j_mi-,.- .- U.II'.TaU'
Time and savings deposit of Individual, partnerships and
corporation. _..-. 1.110,213.12Deposits
of United states Government (Includingpoatal *avtnga -
) .......... -i ,_. T- ...,.,-. ,-,.-- L i -- i - 1000094
Deposit of State and political subdlvltlon .-..,..,..,....-......._.... tS4ltO(0
'I' Deposits of bank ,. ... ..- .. ..-.. Non
Certified and officer check etc ..........-......._-_..__. It.IU.IT
( ) Total demand deposits -....1'.ltO.I1UIa
/b) Total time and savings deposit -.....-_-.
Now Bunnell and Flagler Beach Mortgages or other llene t none on bank premises and I none
on other real estate .-. i None
Rediscount and other liabilities for borrowed money __' None
Acceptance executed by or for account of this beak end

Other\liabilities: ., ===='.=======:':==== Non.None
" Can Dial All Station-to-Station Long

TOTAL LIABILITIES .....-..._. .... _...__'

Capital: (a) Common stork total par value IHOeOOOO

r' i ,:r Distance Calls DIRECT (value bl Preferred fnone stock total.par- value.. ..I.non.. total. L ._Ntlra.ble. U..o....
notes and ebenture |
ap none
I Surplus\ ...... M,....-i ---_i .----_..-_. -, Is..040.00
,{. Undivided profit _...-.....,, ,. u.n..44
V G Iteaerve (and retirement account for preferred capital _. IS.......
-: ; It's fast easy and you enjoy 3. Dial the number want. Example ?
<: f :' f, low station-to-station you TOTAL CAPITAL ACOOUNTS ........_ ..._ -_! JI7. S4 44
the of
t' J l\ economy : if you're calling a New York
you City number, you dial 1-212"-and IIEW0RANDA

I then the individual number you're Aaeet pledged or assigned to ** ur. llabllltlea and for other
,t". ; 1. Dial 1 -this connects you purpose (Including note. and bill. redUcouated and .._
callin,. curltle -d.: with agreement to repurchaae) .,_ ........"
: 1_ : the automatic dialing equipment. (a) Loan ''' above are after deduction of valuationreserves
'. ': of -, .- ,- r -. -.. T II.US'41
"'" 2. Dial the area code of the city It's that simple. Try it. For a list of (b) tlon 5e unties reserves as shown of _, above, _are_. .-.after_. deduction_.._, _of valua_._ Non.

1 )A" you're calling7 it's different from your many of the cities you can dial direct I. Ilowtll V. Peavy. Cashier of the above-named bank do solemnly

1 ; ; own area code. New York City's for and other useful information on Direct my swear knowledge that this and report belief.of condition Is true and correct, to the beet of

r :'f-;" instance is, 212; Atlanta's 404; DistanccDialinlaeethcfroatpagcsoft Correct-Attest lIon V. Peavy
Tom H. "olel...
t Chicago's 312. your telephone directory. Jnhn A. Clue
: v Charles E. Crest
S Uly J Creal
a F. Alford

@ Southern Bell Seal Mate of Florida. County of n. .,. ..Dir.eter.:
Sworn to and ubcrlbd before me this 20th day of January Dil
r ...Sitting You sad I hereby certify that I am not an officer or director of this bak'Notarr ::
K' Commisslon UPIN' Ja. 25. 1541
! CAStlc t; LTMN.
e Public Mate of Florida at Large
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I Thursday, January 28, 1965
II --- -.
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I Named Ice flow into the glacier below." i\

Mountain For John KennedyThe I pedltlon Unknown The National explored Terrain Geographic Mapped and mapped ex !;' Here's the right Du Pont fungicide

Canadian mountain re- almost 5,000 square miles of !

cently named for President JohnF. |'unknown terrain In the Yukon j to Florida

Kennedy Is a majestic peak Territory. Its members discovered I apply on vegetablesfor

with a face of granite and Ice. 19 peaks more than 10,000 >

The 13,900-foot giant was dis- feet high and a number of ex j '

covered In 1935 by Dr. Bradford tensive glaciers. ; dependable disease control

Washburn, leader of the National The expedition named two j

Geographic Society Yukon mountains northwest of Mount

Expedition. Mount Kennedy rises Kennedy for Britain's King The Du Pont Vegetable Spray Guide below shows you the right spray materials and
Just east of the Alaskan border George and Queen Mary in hon
In the St. Elias Mountains, or of their ''Jubilee year., In a proper application rates for best,disease control on major Florida vegetables. All

I, highest, range In Canada. I little radio shack at Yakutat. Du Pont fungicides listed are fully registered. Each has a long record of success in "
"It's a magnificent granite Alaska, Dr. Washburn received
helping Florida increase yields and raise profits.
from the British
peak, sheathed In snow and ice a message -,
on the southerly and westerly Foreign Secretary Sir John Simon -

sides," said Dr. Washburn, describing expressing King George's ell' lid Disusl .Material! !. .Rate. VB.I sad How Oftes t.Spar __ I
the Canadian honor. appreciation for making the \ '
cliffs first of the St. Elias I
fantastic rock
are late Blight (MANlATE 0 14-2 IDs. 100
per 1.1s. Start when plants ore set In fields
en the north and east. On the Mountains from the Yukon to Early Blight f{MANlATE and continue every 1.10 days '
south and west the snow and Alaska. I Grey leaf Spot (PARUTE c '

Mount Kennedy's neighbor, Stlerotinioiss FERMATE 2 lbs.per 100 I"s. As plants are set and when disease
TII COURT OK TUB COUNTY Mount Hubbard (14,950)) feet), BotrtIS(Gray Mold) THYLATE 144 Ibs.perIOD lals. tIIrlitens.Spray every 3-5 days.
KMHtlUA. IN PK01IATE. was named for Gardiner Greene POTATOES '

In He Orover: Estate Cleveland of Layton. Hubbard. first president of 'the Litt Blight MANZA When plants art 2-6 In. hi&IL Spray .
Deceased. National Geographic Society Early Blight MANZATE Dil.2Ibs.per acre every 5-10 das when disease thr..lens.
To All Creditor and Persons
Having Claim or Demand Against A glacier was named for A.: 'ARZATE C 144.2 Ibs.per 100 gals

t Said You Estate and each: of you are herebynotified Lawrence Lowell, who had Just CElERY ti .

any claim and and required demand to prejent which retired from the presidency of Late Blight (MANZATE D HH Ibs.per 100 1.1s. When plants established In the I '

you or either of you, may have Harvard University, where President Early Blight MANZA1E field pray weekly under average .
against the estate of Grove Cleveland PARZATE C "s condltions-wh.n severe tverO'5 days. i '
later studied. .
Layton deceased late of saidCounty
to the County Judge of Dr. Washburn was doing graduate Early Blight THnAT. 1" Ibs.per. 100 gals When plants emer e-continw In he '
Flaffler County, Florida, at hi* of- Late Blight field $pray every 3 das, mora often .
flee In the court house of laid work?at Harvard's institute Rhizoctonis(Qn celery .' if necessary. ,
1 County at Bunnell. Florida, within plant beds and fillld) .
of Geographical Explorationwhen "-
six calendar month from the time
of the first publication of this no- he undertook the Yukon Dampinl-orr I FIRMATE I ID. each per 100 gals- In plant bed. Spray every 7 days.
tice. Two copies of each claim ordemand ZERLATt ,"
hall be In writing:, and expedition for the Society. He Severe Conditions every 3-5 dlYS. .

and hall post tate office the address place of of the residence claim- now is director of the Boston BEANS, '
ant and shall be worn to by the Museum of Science which President \
clamant, his agent, his attorneyand MANZATE 40 Ibs.per sere When small.spray every 5-7 days.
< accompanied by a filing fee of Kennedy served as a trus Rust, !and sulfur .
one dollar and such claim or demand 90'1. .s dustPARUTE
not so filed shall be void. tee for 13 years before his as
Stella Layton. sassination. C 144.2 Ibs.per 100 gals. When disuse thrllt.ns.Sprsy
At Adlnlstrstor of the Estate every 4-1 days. ,
of Grover Cleveland Dayton, Earlier, just after the turn of Anthracnose 'ARZATE C '1 100 gals, When disease thr..t.ns.Spray

First Deceased.publication January 28. 1965 the century, the National Geograpahlc every 4-1 days .
Jan. 28 &: Feb. t-U.U-Uc Society and the Inter. MANZA1t 0 144,2 IDs.per 100 l'ls. When disuse thrllt.ns.Sprsy I i

NOTICE OF INTENTION TO national'' Boundary Commissionsent Downy Mildew MANZATE C every 4-1 das.

ItKUISTKH in compliance FICTITIOUS with House NAME Bill a series of expeditions to PARZArt

No. 1175, Chapter Z095S, Law of map the western flank of the CUCURBITS '
Florida Act of 1941, as amended, \ Anduacnose .,
the undersigned will register with Alaska-Canada border, whereit ( Soon u plants begin to rllll Of when
Court In Dowry Mildew t MANUTE 1".2111. 100 1.1. diseases thrllttft. \
the Clerk of the Circuit ( per Spray every \
and for Flaglcr County, Florida passes through the heart of leaf pot 1-10 Sys
upon receipt of proof of publicationof the: colossal peaks of the St. '.
this notice the following flctltlou Other reef Diseases( .xPARUTE C UH k per 100 IIIL: Soon as plants appear above ground. '
name: Lucky Bar located at Elias range, and to study the "cept Powdery Mildew) Spray every 3-5 days wider severs .
Flagler Beach. Florida under whichwe '. condltionl. '
movements of the glaciers in
will engage In the business of
Bar and Package and that the this last stronghold of the Ice PEPPERS
undersigned are only persons. ..
Interested In said business. Age on the continent of North WIlli di&USI ttlrlltenl. Sprl'
Dated at Bunnell, Florida this, America. MtMaenose .IMAHlAn l DJ j 2 k per 100 pia. 7-10 days.Frogeye mrt
2th day of January, A. D. 1865 -
William K. Shropshire Late In' 1964 Canadian Prime Spot 'ARZATE WIIeft disease ttlrlltllll.Spray wiry
Mildred T. Shropshire. 7.10 days
Jan. 28 A Feb. 4.It-18-4tc Minister Lester B. Pearson announced .
--- that a' 15 WATERMELONS
IN ANn FOR FLAOLEH COUNT miles from the Alaska border tiowny) Mildew '; .
UE.. FLORIDAIN would be' named for the late AntMscnose (MANUTE D Soon es f plants/ btelll to run-or when I
Estate of Certospora leaf Spot {MANlAJ 14.2 k per 100 Ills. disuse wlltlllS. Sprl every 1.10 '
JOHN 8ZARAMA President. But.officials later decided Gam y Stan PARZATt C. daYS-SlYer.conditionS every).,days..
Deceased. tp apply the Kennedy Y
ALL CREDITORS AND ALL name to a higher mountain near. SWEET CORN '
PERSONS .HAVING CLAIMS OR the Canl\dlan.Unlted ,States
DEMANDS AGAINST SAID 'ESTATE er M.Mnlnthospalasn! I MANZATt D When I h:1Ies tall. Spay every 7.10
: border a change made official Leaf Blights: i MANZAT 144.2 Ibs,pet 100 gals days. Severe conditions twice a week
You, and each of are hereby -
PARlA C ..
while Susie is
notified an required to present on January 2, 1965.Prompt 1 ptlSlIIl
( any claim and demand which you,
or either of you. z'lan1' against CABBAGE
the estate of JOHN deceased
I I Flagler ARernarb leaf'Spot 14 ilL pet 100 1.1" a As ptants ors set and when disease '
th".f Honorable Count\ : I MAclATE 0 Apply up to 150 gals "awlilens. Spray w"kJr.SlY.
I MCKNIGHT.: County.Judge of Flag DawnrMddsw MAHlATE pet Sue COlld.&boIIS.1f}J.5 days.
ler office In the
County Courthouse In Bunnell.
ails month from the date of the
first publication hereof. All claim
1 and demand: pot presented within
the time and In the manner prescribed
herein shall be barred ai
provided by law.
Dated this 80th day of December,
A. D. 1884'KAnT BAHAMAA Here's how to increase
Executor of the Last Service vegetable yields Du Pont i
Will and Tcstsment of

f. JOHN ceased.ORSINSKY AND. KROL 8ZAUAMA. d.- The Flagler Tribune NUtjjREEN1the ideal supplemental nitrogen

411 Main Street Phone IDltwooct3282

Attorney Dayton Beach for the Florida Estate. BonntlL Florida "Nu Green" is 45% nitrogen from urea that resists leaching and provides the long-
Jan. 7 14-lt-J8 4to.
lasting source of nitrogen that vegetables need. Below is your guide to applying"Nu

Green"for best results.


Us "N, Crit per teG lals.! Crips '

is hereby given that a'' municipal election 4 to 5 J Tomatoes cucumbers cabbage, cauliflower celery, lettuce, peppers. '
will be held in the City of Bunnell, Florida, on snap beans met corn strawberries c

Tuesday, the 2nd day of :March, A. D. 1965, for 5 to 15 10 Sweat potatoes ..

the purpose of electing two City Commissioners.All Potatoes .
Carrots .
parsley '
persons desiring to have their names printed t
upon the official ballots as candidates are requiredto CONCENTRATION OF "NU GREEN" FOR IRRIGATION AND TOP DRESSING t.

pay to the City Clerk of said city, with whomhe From 80 to 160 pounds of "Nu Green" per aoe art recommended for top-o>essmf vegetables-applied '"-

qualifies, a filing fee of five per centum (5% ) through Irrigation water, or in pound or air equipment > a

of the annual salary of the offic of City Commis- P..ndj If "N, Cm.* HwbtrifEjuif-WBCmiT Finds .f IWrifw e.
sioner of said city or on before 12:00 o'clock noon, 40

on the 19th day of February, A. D. 1965. 80 1 H 35 18

120 m M

Notice is further given that the registration booksof 160 2 72

the City of Bunnell Florida are now open for r
S registration of voters to and including the 19th day, :

t' until 12 :00 o'clock noon, of February A. D. 1965.

dip out this guide, or pick up a copy from your Vocal dealer.Post it

f MRS. NANCY C. RODGERS ( ( PONT 0 ) as a handy reference to the best in disease control for your vegetables -
t and the feeding of supplemental nitrogen For specific:
City Clerk information,consult your Du Pont dealer.

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THE BOOK NOOK THE VICAR OF WAKEFIELD nocence like that of the first day 1

I 5fagfer Beach I i' (By diver Goldsmith) I the world began. I

JANE ETRE The Vicar of Wakefield is a has Once the more kindness, Mr. to F. think Coles of Drake the

novel about Vicar, Dr. Primrose .
(By Charlotte Bronto) library and send a 1965 sub.
and his six children. Like
scrlptlon to the Readers Digest
Bride-Elect FLAGLER BEACH PTA TO We first meet ugly, unhappy so many people of this time the to It. Mrs. Jasper White donatesan
HONOR PAST PRESIDENTS little Jane as the despised or Vicar undergoes a series of ter.
Fleurie unusual paperback of recent
Nancy phan In the house of her uncle's rible trials. Some of his trials
The Beach Parent. vintage, "The Day They Shook
Honored GuestOn Flagler widow. Hounded Into rebellion, were having both of his daugh "
The Plum Tree, a biography of
Teacher Association will observe
she Is packed off to a "chairty"boarding
ters abducted and being cast in.
:January 15th a bridal Founders Day next Tueday, February the world's richest woman, Het
school, her career there to jail for not paying the rent.
shower was given at the John 2, by honoring their past queered In advance by her After the entire loss of his ty Green.

son Memorial Chapel, Artesia presidents. The meeting will be aunt's branding her as a liar. A I house, money, furniture, and I Like the Collier brothers, '
Park, In honor of Nancy Fleurie, In the cafetorium at '7:30 P. M. gentle schoolfellow, Helen books by the fire. wealth turned Mrs. Green Into
bride-eiect of Mr. Ellsworth Mrs. Robert McDaniel, hospital. befriends her but soon Burns'j .a dingy miserly character, hap.
Combs. ity chairman, will be in chargeof Through no fault of his own py only in the cold passion of
Jane sets herself to learn, he was put to these tests andit
Prizes were won by Mrs. Mar. refreshments. hoarding. It is odd how owning '
gie Stuckey, Mrs. John Rice, Mrs. qualifies herself as a teacher, Is very interesting to read how a fortune so often does that.
Marie Peabody and Mrs. Irene COMMUNITY MEMORIAL and ends up teaching the little he endures these many trials. Whereas one should use it to

Hall. CHURCH SERVICE Illegitimate French daughter of By Library Assistant, .enjoy life to the hilt.
Refreshments were served by Edward Fairfax Rochester In his I Tom McDanlel.I

Mrs.. Lynnette Miller, Mrs. Mary The Community Memorial country mansion, Thornfield.I Want to sell some quail The
Gerald Church of Flagler Beach Sunday The master pupil love relation Books Are Dish
Lou Combs and Mrs.:: My :Florida Game and Fresh Water
school at 9:45 A.M. Wore I
meets : ship develops between them, but '
Combs. Red, white and pink Fish Commission "don't"
ship service at 11 A.M.. The says
at the altar the wedding '
camellias decorated the refreshment very unless
Homons you're licensed
(BY Dorothy ) a game
for the will be I
table and the gifts were topic sermon ceremony is Interrupted, and I breeder and the birds were pm.I .
presented in a red and white "Perfection, The Object of Our you discover that Thornfleld The Rev. Lester Stanton has I raised on your game farm.
wishing well. Heart"- The pastor, Rev. R. W. harbors a mad woman who Is 1 given a beautiful gift for springto I I '

Those attending were: Mrs. Dickert, said everyone is wel Rochester's wife. the Flagler Woman's Club Li. ST. THOMAS CHURCH a'

Irene Hall, Mrs. Hoskins, Mrs. come. I brary-copies of the magazine
Implored to Join her life to his tml) ,
Clary, Mrs. Marie Peabody, Mrs. Country Beautiful-unusual art. I South And riun Rtr.*tr. .' i
IN APPRECIATIONMy as his mistress, Jane refuses and Icles, unusual Illustrations. n. Jamei lUnrr Taylor, Jr. ,1
Doris Hoskins, Mrs. Margie I She wanders j I Rtmiliiy**_ ti
Stuckey, Miss Marie Fleurie, penniless. For example: the photograph JOJO: a.m. Church School'
and I wish to '
family ex 11:11
i far away, Is rescued by the : &om. Morning l'rayers and
Mrs. Louella Fleurie, Threasa, of the bably elephant asleep in -
press our sincere thanks to all Communion
Rivers family and urged to mar. Holy lit Sunday
the It has in.
jungle. lovely
a i
Arnold and Mrs. Lillian Arnold.
who were so kind and consider. ry St. John Rivers. Almost she -- -- --- .
Mrs. Lynnette Miller, Mrs. R.E. ate In our sorrow at the loss consents, but as she ponders, .
Llklns, Mrs. Jeanie Wilson, Mrs. of my dear husband, John. We Rochester's voice crying her

John Rice, Mrs. Mary Lou Combs, deeply appreciate the attention name resounds in her ears. She CRAIG FUNERAL HOME _s
Mrs. Ruby Combs and Mrs. given him by the hospital staffof returns to Thornfleld; It is In

Gerald Combs. Ormond Beach Hospital, the ruins, destroyed by a fire, start. A. K. CRAIG. Funeral Director1, i

spiritual help, kindness and ed by the mad wife, who perish JOHN CAPO, Associate
SCOUT PARENTS TO MEET visits of Rev. Father Diego Con. ed In the flames. In a secluded

AH parents of Boy Scout Troop I esa during all his illness, members country house nearby she finds AIR OXYGEN
495 are asked to be present at of the Altar Society of St. Rochester blind and alone; they CONDITIONEDCHAPEL I I EQUIPPED
the Methodist Church next Sun. Stephens Catholic Church mem marry and find happiness to. .I ATTENDANT | AMBULANCES
day at 3 o'clock for a meeting.Mrs. bers of the Flagler Beach Gar gether.

den Club, the warm generosity Phone JD 7-3532.
Kenneth Whitney and of friends and neighbors and Library Assistant, I
children, Kenny, Donna and also to Craig Funeral Home. 201 E. MOODY BLVD. BUNNELL. FLORIDA
Ida Allen (senior) ,
Joyce, spent last weekend visit. May God bless all. -- -
big with Mrs. Whitney's par. I I
Mrs. Alice Clark.
ents, Mr. and Mrs. David Fager ;
step, In Clermont Mr. and Mrs.I I

Fagersten celebrated their 50th Subscribe to Th Taqpn TrUran: '
wedding anniversary last Fri. II i I A Year la Advance ... .
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the recent$10 million elee.nda of Florldians already enjoying !

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if Former Resident Man Tries To Hush raising his blood pressure heart But silence may cause p ed to test microphones, the room
rate, respiration and blood sugar lems too. The National b-'I Is so quiet that a visitor sud

1 20th Noise The mere pop of a paper of Standards in Washington denly becomes conscious of his
r : Klle.d In AutoAccident Century bag sends blood rushing to the an anechoic ("no.echo") chamber own body noises: gurgling

brain. with Fiberglass wedges that I stomach beating heart, perhapseven
( Wed. The screech boom, roar, and Studies show noise lowers absorb more than 99 per cent of the hiss and throb of blood

f+ J.I Marylon Arnold of Orlando I wail of thQ 20th century seem work efficiency increasing er- the soud striking them. Design in his arteries.
I to be reaching a deafening cre rors by typists and machine op .
I was killed there in an auto-
( I scendo. erators. Urban residents commonly .-
mobile accident early Wednesday
morning. He was a former Whining cleaners, beeping automobile suffer some hearing* loss NEW FASHIONS IN FIRE INSURANCEThe
horns, barking power due to machine-age clangor.Protests .
j resident of Bunnell and was the fin Insurance write still
y mowers, sputtering motor boats against noise are policies we give the same
brother of Joe M. Arnold. He and screeching portable radiosare nothing new. In the horse and dependable protection. But today you can often enjoy additional .

)I was"r t 35 years of age creating such a tumult that buggy era philosopher Arthur coverage benefits-Home Owner's Policy-at very

'" Funeral services were held the nation is now spending millions Schopenhauer complained: "No little extra cost

'. there Saturday morning and of dollars trying to find sound, be it ever so shrill cuts Remember K. T. Cook Agency Is ready to help you
I burial followed in Woodlawn some way it can hear Itself so sharply into the brain as this take advantage of these extra coverages. Telephone 437-3361
Cemetery. think In years to come, the Na. cursed cracking of whips. You or stop In soon for full details.H. .

I.. I He is survived by his wife tional Geographic Society says. can feel the sting of the lash
Already quiet conversation T. COOK AGENCYPhone
and right inside your head. The
I Hazel, two sons, Roy Allen
degenerates into shouting bacteriologist Robert Koch warn 4373361 Citizens Bank Building Bunnell Flo.
William Charles; two daughters
Sharon Ann and Karen Marie matches as garbage disposal ed: "One day man will haveto
units menacingly grind and fight against noise as bitterlyas
all of Orlando; his parents, Mr.;
suet, dishwashers pound and "
cholera and
against pest.
and Mrs. J. M. Arnold St. Augustine
gurle, heating systems throb
three brothers, Joe M., Cities Fight Noise
and hiss, and jet airplanes roar
Beach Cities as far apart: as Memphis
.Bunnell; Wlllard Flagler
overhead. and Moscow have banned automobile *
of Lakeland.
and Lloyd I
Noise May Stunt Growth honking except in emerge AMBULANCE
As the din mounts, so do pro. ::encies. Paris requires rubber or PHONE VAlley|| 4 1625
MRS. HENDERSON'SSISTER tests. Doctors charge that noise 'plastic padding on that old offender SERVICE

DIED IN MIAMIMrs. causes ailments ranging from I!. the garbage can lid. A S. AUGUSTINE. FLORIDA

Edward D. Del arve of deafness to fatigue.A German German policeman may issue a Never be hesitant about calling a Garda Ambulance. We
study Indicates that the noiseof summons to anyone whose tele.
Miami sister of Mrs. Minnie are always at your service with promptness, safety and
boiler factories, railroad ,stations vision set can be heard outside.
Henderson of Bunnell, passed experience.
and airports stunts the
at the Jackson Memorial
away growth and weakens the heartsof With Resusitator and Inhalator
Equipped Oxygen
Hospital in Miami, on January nearby children. Canadian I GULF LIFE INSURANCECO.

t 17, following a long illness. She researchers gave rats ulcers +and Garcia Funeral HomeP.
was also the daughter of Dell
literally drove them crazy with LEE B. MERCER
Miller and niece of R. R. Mosbyof AgentP.
loud sounds. E. GARCIA, Licensed Funeral Director
Flagler Beach. O. Box 518, Bunnell
Man's autonomic nervous system Phone 437-3460 LADY ASSISTANT
Funeral services and burial responds to loud sounds by
were held in Miami on January

,f 22. Y
\ She is survived by her hus. -

.\ band of Miami; a daughter, M .... ,: "' I ('I( "i'."rN"w41Y; t '. .,-. :. "..l I a .
I Phyllis McIntosh of Miami; a .'. '
son Roger McIntosh of Chicago,
Ill.; her mother, Mrs. C. E. Lam-

ey, Daytona Beach; a brother,
Clumer Lammey stationed in '

I Germany; also surviving are Chevroletworkpower
eight half 'brothers and sisters.

SoutheasternFat : .t,

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Four-II Club members and Future \ ...'JII .t" tw". .dp .'
Farmers of America thru- \ 'Wi'. '$,. J ;: "1P11
out the state will go to Ocala ';..,'\ '..,',It., t! ," '

Friday and Saturday January
29 and 30, !to vie for honors in
the Southeastern Fat Stock

The show will open Friday 4L

r morning when steers are received

weighed and mouthed. ..
Steers will be Judged in the L
k afternoon. A grand championwill .
be declared.
The Four-li and FFA members I.

will enter the livestock Judging

contest Saturday morning. .
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Awards will be 'presented fol.

lowing the judging.The .

Ocala.Marlon County _
Chamber of Commerce will

sponsor a fat steer sale duringthe

Hereford, Angus, Brahman,
and Charolals cattle Judgingare
scheduled for February 3.6
at the Fat Stock Show. The
Florida Hereford Association

spring sale and Charbray cattle
sale will be held during the

PETERSON-. SERVICE TEXACO "walks"" right over bumps and trouble

Light Mechanical Work Independent front suspension takes the "truck" out of

Phone 437-3441 Bunnell truck ride. It smooths rough roads, protects truck, driver

and cargo from excessive jolting. And on Chevrolet pickupsit's

HASTINGS MATTRESS a proved system with millions of miles of user experience ':'
710.12 Lemon St. behind it. Try it out on one of Chevrolet's great Fleetskte or :I

Pal atka. Florida Stepstde pickups. If s one of the big reasons that Chevrolet .
Phone EA 5-9166 ...... ....
Furnltu, Upholstering is first choice with pickup users from coast to coast .
Repaired & Unfinished
Mattresses ft Box Spring Chevrolet dealer about of trade
Telephone your type
Made 10 Ord.r.Also Renovated any ;..

Call Laura Morris 437.3233 ..!
After 6:00 P. M.
Just as near as your CHEVROLET COMPANY'I
Phone or Post Office ,
Drop'U. A Card or Call .
Free Pick-up & Delivery TELEPHONE ID 7-3131 BUNNELL FLORIDAlit


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