The Flagler tribune

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The Flagler tribune
Place of Publication:
Bunnell Fla
Creation Date:
February 4, 1965
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Newspapers -- Bunnell (Fla.) ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Flagler County (Fla.) ( lcsh )
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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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Flagler BeachCommissioners INTERESTING STORY {| Loan of $8,000To WASHINGTON OAKS Board

\ Call BROTHERIn f Permit PlanningOf BOARD NAMEDThe 'Agrees to .
the February Issue of the Buy
Special MeetingNotices Readers Digest Is an interesting Public Housing State Board of Parks has
named an Advisory Board for Ownership Maps
article written by Thomas Col. I' I(
the Washington Oaks State Park.
have been mailed out llson "The Most Unforgetable An 8,000 loan from the Public[
t I George Wlckline was named In an effort to forestall
Character I've Met. court
for a special meeting of the City Housing Administration will
, enable -
::1 Commissioners of Flagler Beach lie tells of the famous Test the Housing Authority oft I as chairman of the Board. Other i'[action'I to force equalization of :;
Pilot Eddie Allen and the B.29 [ members are Charles Creal, Stanley real estate property In Flagler .'
(tonight) Thursday night. The Flagler County, Florida, to be- | :
1 Novak. John Rice and Walter :
County, the Board of County
'f' Commissioners plane.
meeting was requested by gin preliminary planning for 40
j Creal.
Tom Duncan and Mr. Allen, who was killed on new homes, 20 for elderly -]! I Floyd Collins to consider the February 18, 1943 In a B.29 Test Mayors veto message. The meet- Flight crash over the business Commissioner Marie C. McGuIre home of, the Late Mr. and Mrs.1 t Associate to submit contract for
will be held, In the Commission. district, of Seattle Washington, announced. I[Owen D. Young. Following Mr. ownership maps. \
ers room of the new City Hall was the brother of Mrs. Frank Youngs death ,the property was The acquisition of ownershipmaps .
at 7:30. (Margaret) Reynolds of Flagler The planning funds will be I' given by Mrs. Young In Memoryof Is the first step in the
Beach, and the uncle of Dr. Allen made available under a preliminary t.I t. her husband. Mrs. Young plan of equalization and reas
, At the City Commissioners Reynolds of Bunnell.It I loan contract with the passed away in St. Augustine sessment. Howze Is to submit a
meeting on January 28 'Chairman is a very Interesting articleto housing authority This will be during January contract "which is agreeble to
. \ R. R. Mosby left the meeting read and also brings It nearer I the first local.federal contract Mr. Wlckline said the Board] us and presumably agreeable to
after most business had home when you realize it Is ffor these new dewelllngs and is planned to hold an Informal the board James Howze said
been transacted, leaving Vice. written about the realltlve of based on a locally approved application meeting soon to make some at the meeting.
chairman Floyd Collins to con. our friends and neighbors. from the housing au. plans. The Board was named I It was agreed at a prior meetIng -
i, elude the meeting. Commissioner thorny by Mr. Miller of the State Park I that the board would nego
er Tom Duncan made a motionto The Housing and Home Fin Board. lisle for a contract from Hunnl-
Instruct the attorney to begin City Plans For ance Agency authorized execution cutt and Howze and, It is presumed .
with Emmlnent Domain proceedings of the preliminary loan Polution Hunnlcutt will be heard
on Mr. Mosby's two Solution To contract with the housing au. Waterway before final signing of contract.

lots south of the City Hall. The I Water ProblemsBunnell I j thorny as required by law. This Tests Continue Don Moore, county tax assessor .
an annual contributions
property to be used to 'construct submitted a letter to the
a new fireman's 'hall. City Commissioners contract, but a planning Gene Holly, County Sanitarian I commissioners saying he would
Tuesday morning Mayor voted Monday night to employ loan agreement that will, In all said today he accompanied would be willing to accept the
George E. Wickline vetoed the Dawkins and Grantham Engi likelihood, lead to such a con Vernon Keys of the State Boardof appraisals done by an outside
action of the Board. He said neers of Orlando to prepare a tract. Health In Jacksonville on an firm !In the reassessments.
his reasons for the veto message study and survey for a water Upon completion of preliminary Inspection tour of the Inland Howze agreed to submit seven
" was the purchase price men. treatment plant for the municipal planning of the Waterway Monday They made copies of the proposed contractby
f tioned Is rather high accordingto water system. Emory Daw- housing the local housing authority the trip by auto, due to theweather the end of this week. The
the valuation on the tax roll. kins appeared before the Board. will prepare a development conditions, from the commissioners would then consider .
Also the location lion one He said his company would program covering such details pier north to Marineland. They Us provisions before reachIng .
of the most traveled City streets make the survey and study of as site, sketch plans, and also took a number of water a decision.In .
and he deemed It an Improper the needs of the system for estimated development cost of samples. other action-Discussed' disposition
, place for a new fire house as 100000. The reports will take the new housing. This program Mr. Keys Is a shellfish specialist of brick from old brick
planned. about 90 days to be prepared. must be approved by PitA, and with! {the Department and road .adjacent to Hope Cemetery *
d. Mayor Wlckline said he had The Board Instructed Chieffirms upon authorization by the\NHFA plans to return>on February 15tor'turth.i and agreed to furnish ft quantity H '
I Ii"' talked with 96 property ownersof Edwlrb.issIIIcct..tOsx>tita Administrator 'Will' serve*.."the 'Inspection, to,be used in construction' .f\'J
. Flagler Beach and only 14 who hare not paid their for an annual contributions Mr. Holly said they have found I Carver High School gymnasium.
of that number agreed with the cuurrent occupational licenses. contract between PHA' and several drainflelds which are too Agreed to adopt rcsoultlon to ,
City action. "I think It shouldbe Committees were named to the housing authority. near the waterway, some due to vacate. a plat of Thompson j)
put on a ballot for the citizens plan for the meeting of the erosion during the recent storms subdivision" on the north side
,to vote on." I i League of Small Municipalities Rotary Clubs Has Those concerned with the of Road 100 Just east of Interstate .
t The property Is assessed at here on February 18. Commissioner problem are relocating the drain. Highway 09. I*. E. Wads-
a value $4,100.00 on the City H. Peavy Is president of Program on LawEnforcement fields and correcting' other prob. worth requested the action.
r Tax RolL The figures mention. the league this year. lems. Discussed at length data submitted .
I ,
r ed for the two lots was $8OOO.QO. Considered streets to be xe- lie said he will begin at the by the State Road De.
: (Flagler Beach went on a 100% paved on the next paving. Votedto north end of the county and partment concerning the Dupont
1 valuation In a complete re-val advertise for bids for Bulk John Seay, official of the Flor : work down about to Foxes Cut Bridges. The board received a J
P uatlon of taxes about five years Cement for repairing the streets ida Board of Conservation, Salt in the next few days. The resolution specifying certain sections
r.> ago.) for wearing coats. Water Fish Department, was I weather and Illnesses have but the board agreed to
guest speaker at the luncheon prevented much progress on the i consult with road department ,
t meeting of the Rotary Club of project the past two weeks. I engineers whether right of way I
Bunnell Thursday. Mr. Holly said he wanted to. for all of the road or that part .
f Mr. Seay cited many Interest advise those who plan to Install where each of three bridges are
Ing facts and statistics relativeto septic tanks and drain. proposed to be built.
advancing problems In the Held to contact the County
i field of law enrocement He explained Health Department for a permit II Miss Bunnell High I II
I. to club members many There no cost for the permit butIt
of the dangers and uncertlantles Is necessary for sanitary and I I Contest Feb. 20
which confront the modem law health reasons.
enforcement officer. lie warned The annual "Miss Bunnell I
, that crime was advancing faster ENLISTS IN I High Contest" sponsored by the ,
than population rate and explained U. S. NAVY Trl HI Y will bo held In the "
that this II cause for I Donald Barrow and "Jeep" I school gym on February 20, at
alarm. Worley enlisted In the U. 8. 1 P.M.
i He drew attention to the fact Navy last Thursday and are The judges will be Mrs. Mel.
il that the average age of felons stationed In the Great Lakes ba Tucker Embry (Mrs. L. C)
k t w= has dropped alarmingly In recent Training Center for their boot winner of the first contest' ( In
: years, Indicating that there training. 958.. Mrs. Sammy FriedmanMrs.
are sociological, religious and Donald is the son of Mr. and ( Louis) of DeLand, second
. moral problems to be faced and Mrs. Claude Barrow of NorthOrange winner, 1959! ; Mrs. Jo Ann MotsIs p
solved In the home, the church, Street. Bunnell. JeepIs (Mrs. John) winner In 1JWO '
and the school. the son of Mr. and Mrs. I of Orlando. Also Mrs. John C. ,
Thursday, January 21, the club Charles Worley, South Chapel! Rice and Ray Mercer:
Southern Bell to 1.398 at the end of 1961. had the privilege of welcoming Street, Bunnell. The contestants are judged on
\ Moore said the new equipment Dr. and Mrs. Frank Reynolds to scholarship, leadership sporUnunMhlp .
Enlarges Local has been engineered to meet today's the meeting. Dr. Reynolds has INDIAN LANGUAGES I and high Christian
needs and allow for telephone worked for a number of years,, Indians speak more than 800 II standard
r Exchange Officer growth In the future. with the United Nations In help. languages and dialects. These Lists of the eligible girls have
Southern Bell acquired the ing to solve agricultural probe range from the Hindi of millions been mailed to all classes and
r $16,000 telephone Bunnell Telephone Co. In October lema In various parts of the to Assamse tonnes used by as club at school and to businessmen
r S building addition Is almost fin 1926 when there were 73 world. few as halt a d run people.' : and flubs In town. We appreciate
\c ished. Buck Moore Southern Bell telephones In the area. Since His specialty Is In the area I their t cooperation In

district manager for this area, World War II, cables have been of plant pathology. He gave amost club were: Herb Crawford, Daytona I the put and ak them to name
said today that dial equipment extended to Include almost all Interesting talk on his experiences Beach. Jack Young. Daytona 1 I their choice of contestants and
wlU be Installed by early Mayto areas of the county. In May of In the Philippine Glands Beach Tip Murphy, Or. call the school or Mrs.' Murrayat
handle 200 additional cus 1958, a separate exchange was : where he worked to upgrade mond Beach, and Rev Jim Taylor 437.3263 or 437-3319.
k tomers. The growth In telephoneusers placed In service In Flagler '. the production of citrus.I t of Hastings. Pet Yount was
has made necessary this Beach. He brought a number of relics I I a guest of visiting Rotarian JackYoung : Although small, the Beau
addition to the telephone buildIng On Sunday: January 17. 1963.' of his stay In the Philippinesand and Harold Emery was I Gregory displayed at )ru1n land
which was built In 1954. Bunnell and Flagler Beach customers showed colored slide pictures I I the guest of Lyman Cage. Is one of tie moat ggresslrofUhes ,
,. Telephones In Bunnell and I, became able to dial their of the people and their,I President Tom Lenssen presided I on the coral reef, defend
Flagler Beach hare Increased statlon-to.station long distance land. I
, and announced a special i Ing Its home against Invaders
6096 per cent from 197 In 1950 I calls. Recent visitors to the club club assembly for February 10. many times Its own itte.


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How To barbecue sauces that can be ing cooking. Subscribe to The Piaster Tribune, $2.50 Yearly in Advance
Tips on made. The ingredients in Moore's I But turn often to prevent burn j
Barbecue ChickenAnyone favorite sauce are: giblet broth, ing. Each time the chicken is I
lemon juice, or vinegar or a com- I turned, apply the barbecue sauce I
can barbecue chicken.All bination of lemon Juice and vin- I with an ordinary dishwashing W1Z
you need Is a barbecue egar, butter, salt and pepper.To I mop. Cover the chicken thorughly -
grill or pit, charcoal fuel, properly cook the chickens, start the | with the sauce each time they I II O
dressed broilers weighing 2 fire and allow the charcoal to I are turned. The sauce adds the e'' Nou Ae2' i4oVt doctdi....
burn for 30.45 minutes before I flavor you want and at the I
to 2% pounds, a barbecue sauce,
and patience and care in Looking putting on the chickens. The same time helps to keep the I
the chicken, says J. S. Moore! amount of fuel you will need chicken moist. '
poultry husbandman with the i I will depend on the distance the Once the chicken has that I
Florida Agricultural Extension chickens will be above the fire. golden brown color, begin to)
Service.If If the grill rests 16 to 18 Inches check to> see how well they are I i
don't care to purchasea above the coals, then you can cooked. This can be done by
commercial barbecue grill, you have a bigger fire than when! lifting the thigs. If the flesh under j,
the distance is only 8 to 10 the thigs is done and the
can build your own out of four {
Inches. drumstick will separate easily! ;
8-inch by 16-inch concrete itt
from the thigh, the bird is well thin
You have to experimentwith
blocks.Set the blocks on ends, may s
done. Rare steak 'Is fine, chickens t
grill to determine the [
a piece of U-lnch or %.Inch your
hardware cloth plated on the i correct distance and the amount I are not. f
blocks will serve as the racks. !of fuel necessary. When the rI
Such a grill will handle 3 or 4 .'heat is correct, place the chick. I
chickens or 6 or 8 half chickens.An ens on the grill with the flesh ST. THOMAS CHURCH n
old wash tube with holes side down. The flesh side will (Kpl*"pal) 'i NoWt, 4 'c 4cx pUon. tor,4ndctoen'R
i South Anderiou Street
cut out for ventilation near the sear quickly and this will tendto nevI James Henry Taylor, Jr. I
bottom and hardware cloth usedon hold in the juices. Once the 9..r Mervlec
10:SO .m. Church School I U ( ctlq$fo'te
top makes an excellent grill. chickens have been placed on 11:15 a.m. Morning Prayer and I
Of course, permanent backyard the grill, watch carefully and Holy Communion o let Sunday. ,
fireplaces are backyard pits can turn often to"'prevent burning.A -- -
be constructed.And long handle fork will make .
the most popular fuel is for easier turning.
charcoal. I Generally it will require from
Broilers weighing 2 to 2% !I one hour to an hour and fifteen Leaf miners?
pounds, can be bought at your I minutes to barbecue a 2 to 2%
favorite food market. Halve the i pound broiler. The object in
chickens so that they will be cooking is to bring the chickento
ready for the grill. One broiler a golden brown without burn '?.
split will ''serve two adults or ing or scorching. There's .on Y
four youngsters. strlckt rule to'follow as to how
There are a number of good often to turn the chickens'duro .J ..... .

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QUALITY PRODUCTS DIBROM panetrates the leaf to kin leaf ter larvae-c fJtrtls! adults t IM!

Minutes after you spray with DIBROM 8 Emulsire leal miners will be dead or ,

dying...even Lime thai hare 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 of its short residual fife DIBROM 8 Emulme is less harmful to beneft.
cial insects. It's safer than most organic phosphates.It .

FAST SERVICE mixes readily with water, and is compatible with most

11111 insecticides and funficides.So if you pow tomatoes,

watermelons, peppers, cucumbers, summer squash or
celery (it's registered for use on 35 crops) fight back

SERVING DIBROM ajainst leaf miners this year with ORTHO DIBRO L

"Helping thtWorld Grow Better"

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Thursday, February 4, 1965 ,

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even the beverage agents relish. REQUEST: FOR BIOS 1 IN TIIK (,lItCI!IT COURT: OK+ TILE REQUEST FOR DUDS

Gardening In Florida Scaled bid will be received I In SKVKJITH JUDICIAL. CIRCUIT Notice I* hereby given that the
The new berry is like a model the offlc of the City Clerk of the IN .AND FOil FLAUL.RR COUNTV. East Flagler Mosquito Control 1>1.. A Mi

(By Henn Sharp) I' husband-It has one small City of Bunnell Florid. In the FLOniUA. LAW NO. 9331BTATH trlct of Flagler Beach Florida, will
\ Civic Center Buiktlnc.. on or be accept sealed bid at the office lo*
fault That is it gets lazy. tore 12:00: o'clock noon on the 11th OF FLORIDA, an Agency of I late 7 mile north of Flagler
Blackberries are like babies- day of February, A. D. 1MB. for the State of Florida>, :' Beach on Highway A1A. up to and
furnishing the following matetlal 1 Petitioner until 4:00: P. 34. on Monday, Febru-
both grow better with proper But that is no problem, If you F.O.B.. Bunnell, Florida, to-wlts v. toythat time or postmarked prior
"Oklawaha" with a 1.J50 bag of Typo 1 cementThe and data, for the fol
and Without attention inter-plant ...
training care. above quantity !. approximate EDDIE CAPPS et lowing Item for end
both are subject to few vines of the university's only and Is to be used for Defendant log Hepternber t.c.l.ear:
tabulation of bids. and th. City ALIAS NOTICE OF RULE NISI i Furnish approximately 10.000
growing wild.Keeping 1961 model blackberry-Florda- Commissioner reserve the right Ir NOTICE OFs EMINENT DOMAIN gallons No. I Fuel Oil to bo de.Ilvered *

grand. Pollen from the Florda they so desire, to Increase or d.. PROCEEDING) to the District' Storage
little ones from run: create this quantity. Quote amount IN THE NAME AND BY THE { tank at shop north of Flagler ,
grand excites the "Oklawaha"Into bulk and per barrf>1. Bid to brood Beach' Florida, In quantities suite

ning wild Is a domestic probe producing several extra for a period of ISO day. AUTHORITY FLORIDA: OF THIS STATE OF labia*,for,which the capacity Is of storage
Commissioner reserve approximately
lem but keeping berries domes- The City an TO ALL WHOM IT MAY CON. 1.500 gallons. Quotation
pints of berries before the summer the right to reject any and and to all person and par to Include
the bid thatIn fat all applicable taxes and to be firm
bid and to accept
ticated is a gardener's problem. sun calls time on the berry its Judgment will be for the claiming or having. any right, bid vn 10 degree K. Temp and to

It's okay to tie berry vines to season. I best Interest of the City of Bun title other Interest lien to or estate on that mort..e.or certain, state Furnish term of payment
1 approximately 2,000
stakes to keep them in line, but ,Planting I nell Florida. hand and omclal parcel of land hereinafter described Ion of Regular Gasoline to b*gal deslivered
WITNESS my and the following persons, together to the
you'll be in trouble If you try seal this 2nd day of February, with all unknown persons claiming' tars north of Flagler District'Beach Headquar, i'lor-
the method with small To Insure rapid growth, apply A. D. 1165. by through or under known persons 'i Ida, In quantities for storage tank
same about a quarter of a pound of Shelton B. Barber, MayorCity who are dead or who are not I I facilities Blderd to furnish storage
of Bunnell, FloridaATTEST known to be dead or alive: tank of 600 gallon
: capacity with :
fry.So 8-8-8 (NPK) fertlliber around
stay out of trouble and each plant two weeks after Nancy :'C, Rodgers, City Clerk Harry Byron Tldwell |!I dispensing to be pump and meter. Meter 1>1.
I Feb. .I1-Ztc 219 Arora Street < calibratedAgriculturaoand .
out of wild briar patches by am.'I
planting. Be sure to keep the Jlou.t8'tDTeIOU davit furnished to this effect. Quo.
growing a few trellises of a 1965 NOTICES OF INTENTION TO {['I all applicable
fertilizer 12 inches from the .n""
HKGISTKH FICTITIOUS NAME' Oeraldeen Tidwell I taxes a firm bid stating I
developed by
of the 219 Arora Street term of payment.
plant to prevent burning with House Dill
In compliance "
the Florida Agricultural Experiment ofFlorida lou.tonl Texas Furnish approximately 1,000 gal
tender roots. If leaching rains No. 1175.. Act Chapter of 1941.t5S.a* amended, SHD NO. 107.1 Ions of L P. tlaa. delivered to the
Stations. ;it's called "Okla- D strict' Headquarters
north of
fall feed each plant with a the undersigned will register wit SECTION tJOOl-2402. STATK Flagler Beach
waha." the Clerk of the Circuit Court In ROAO 9 (1-95) FLAQLKR COUNTY furnish I storage tank ldndUJ -'n to
couple of ounces of nitrogen fertlllzer Florida
and for Flagler County
DEflUITlONSRD: ing with
Blackberries are also like babies pump Meter. Quotations
at eight.week Intervals upon receipt of proof of publication NO. 1Q71 BORROW PIT to be firm bid.
as both are fairly tolerantto I of this I notice the following nctltl BORROW I'lT NO. I LEFT Bids will be opened at Ihe 'om".
between February and September. OUt name' : Lucky liar located at WK8T STATION S12-i-00
) on
which I "February 2rd, at
wet bottoms. But for best Flagler Beach Florida, under That part of: ': 0Wednesday
In schedule '
berries avoid sites where water subsequent years 'w. will engage In the business of The HEU of Section '12. Township Successful Bidder will be notified
the mixed fertilizer for Feb : Bar and 'ac :.l'eth.a only that theundersigned 11 Mouth Range 31 Ksst: I I following the District's tabulation
collects or where the hardpan persons' described a* follow: i I of bids
about month before Interested In said bulne
keeps water near the surface. ruary or a Dated at Bunnell. Florida this Commence on the Routh line of The District reserve the right to C.
the berry harvest season. By Jith day of January. A. D. IMS. said Section SI at a point 29.41 reject any and all bid and to waive I
any Informalities In blddl .
fret West of the Southeast cornerthereof ,
If you have a suitable site following this fertilizer schedule, William K. Shropshire and run North II* 20' 191 1| EAST FLAULKR MlS14UIT0 '

don't because is the find that the vine Mildred T. Shropshire. West 27IS9 feet) thence South CONTROL DISTRICT .
renege now you'll quick Jan. IS Feb. 4-ll-U_ -4toIX 71* 2V 41* West 500 feet to the I I Lyman L. Gage, Secretary \I;
time to initiate a blackberry growth will furnish you with I Northeast corner of Morrow Pit No. Jan 11.21 A Feb. 4ltoI ,
project. If the local nurserymancan't additional propagation material.For JI'IM.K. Kl.Alll.KH (COUNT, From mild Point of Beginningrun : TUN 4'IHflHT ('otlItT, ;;;:
KI.OHIUA. IN HHOHATK. South 19* 09' 41* West TaO feet I KNTH JIIUUIAI. l'llICtliT! IV
furnish with a start leafy stem cuttings snip
you Cast. AND POII Ki.Aui.Kii l'Ot:1gTT
In It.: Estate of thence South 00' &0' 19 IDa : ,
of "Oklawaha."' 'contact your the canes Into six-Inch pieces drover Cleveland Layton feet: thence North 19. 09' 41* East, K I.OIlllA CIIANCKHV NO. OOWI
710 feet thence IVWest.
county agent He will be ableto and place them upright In a 'To :All Creditor and PersonHaving 10SO feet to haOOi-o'' t ofBeginning I a municipal corporation ..xI.i.InK *

locate a source of the thorny rooting medium under a mistof Claim or Demand Again : State under of the LAW of the
Maid Estate CONTAININO 17.25 acres, more florid*, Flagler Coun
vine. water. You may like to Improve or less. ty,
You and each of you are 'hereb; I Plaintiff
Rumor has it that nurserymen on your rooting luck by notified and required to present ..vs.I .
are hard-pressed to keep up dipping the base of the cuttingIn any you or claim either and of you demand may which have NO. 2.That. I CERTAIN Special Assessments LANDS upon are which

with the demand for the briar a solution of Indolebutric against the estate of Grove Cleveland part oft delinquent
Layton deceased, late of said The HKU! of said Section 22t, I Defendant.,
plant Place your order now andyou'll acid. For best results, Insert County, to the County Judge of described as follows! I NOTI(''' ,i
Flagler I County, Florida, at hi* of Begin at the Northeast cornerof f TO ALl. I'KUKONH lnterest In
likely be able to the the cuttings about 1%
get only
flee In the court house of *aldCounty Borrow Pit No. 1 a* located or having any lien 01' claim upon
berry project underway this inches in the rooting medium at Bunnell. Florida, within above and run South>> 00* BO' 19* any 01 the lands described herein:
six calendar month from the time East 62.24 feet. ) thence North I I You AItID IIICRJaUT NOTrlEU \
spring."Oklawaha". and not to the bottom of the of the Art publication of this notlce. 71* It' 41* East 28.77 feet to the that 'I'III CITOF FLAULMllt
which Les of each claim o(' Westerly right of way line of DIDACII baa flied its bas of com.
berries bench flat I
are shalt
tray or demand be In writing, and State Road 9 I-9SII thence North plaint In the above named court
oblong and shiny, contain a After the cuttings have rooted, hall state the place of residence II* 2? 19* West along said rightof foreclose delinquent special a*.
and post office address of the claim. line 50 feet thence South I essmente with Interest and
deep red Juice andare softer condition them before setting ant. and shall be sworn to by the1.lmant. 71 way 41' West 380 feet to the allies upon the parcel* of land

than strawberries. The fruit out In the yard. Harden-off the his agent his attorneyand .lnf' of Beginning! alt forth In the following ached
accompanied by a filing fee of CONTAINING 0.5acre, more or ul*. tho aggregate amount of such
cooks up into mouth watering plants by setting the newly one dollar and such claim or demand !..*. special assessment. Interest and
not so filed shall be void. penalties, against said
Jellies, preserves and pies. rooted cuttings in canes or Ina Stella Layton.A TIDWKli OWNED, KATY BTr J.RLIZABKTH T1DWKLL IMURANDH N.- parcels of land M set forth respective In said '

Some folks say they often for nursery raW, and gradually Adlnlstrator of the Estate and husband WALTER bill site of complaint, being **t oppo
of Grover Cleveland Layton : O. LKGIUNDB. HARRY 10. Tll). such parcel In the following }
get to cook a batch of sugared manage them into yard survival Deceased.First WELL and wife IDA MAE TIDWKLL schedule, to-wltt of"olal

fruit The/result la a drink that condition. .,. ., .*. publication January tt, 1M JOHN P. TlDWELL and PARCEL NO. 1-Amount of ftp*'.
_. Jan. II A Feb.. 4-ll-U-t4l4 wife ZORA IJCK_TIDWKLL_ MAO Assessments Illl.tJ. .
5C Beginning at a point 10T feet t
husband 'WILLAKD Tn)1 East and II* fect South of the '
eih. C. TIDWKLL JAMKN O. TWWtY.1.4 Northwest corner of Tract It, run
and wife ANNRTTK TIDWKLL.WILLIAM fling West to the East Line of the
-- --,! HAMPTON DWELL John Anderson Highway a* It now )
f and wife KDITH TlDWELL MARION lies, thence In a Southeasterly cI.o.
; .. .
'i\ CLINTON riBLDM and wife reel Ion along said east line of said
'):.1 ,., '.t' ; 4 HRLEN FIELDS JAMES ,,"laW. John Anderson Highway to tho '
south line of the Tlorlfi
Kit TIDWKLL: and wife IIRTTY 1.bait of

.. csSS Jr.lMti,3 :,1 Ma 4. }, .- .. '- ;, \.. ," t 'I. 'I'ICOMI''ON MAR1ICL and husband M. TIDWRLI FRANK. line Tract to l.ihhWt East line of Connae Mid, .

tlcut Avenue, thence North along
TIION. oN./IEitAI.DICICN Tip.WKI.L said line to the point of ...
and Till.W1c1.1.
THOMAS JACKHON TID* All' In Block/ D. Section IT Tow"lship

"'" WELL and wife _"kaTUWRL.1. _o.. the II llunnall sou/ h. ,.Range... ....II_ :Easy.,...In..-
riIANUICI/MAI1IUN --- -- -- -- -- -
.:: CAPI'M. and husband KDD.Lip.WEL1. E pan/s Allotment a* per plat Hied
., ('AI'I'" IIAItUARA TIDWKLL with the Clerk of the Circuit Court
of Flagler County Florida KJC
CONK and husband DUANB CONK.
1 ..y ANNB WKLL, Jl\Wr.\ N L.rllltM..Ji2: TID r. of the Northhalf\ of Being Tractsand a
I* "D.4
of Block
Section Ii.
'-: .. ... You. and each of you are hereby Township II South, Range II East
comanded to by filing an
t"'W.: appear
( arrordlng to plat of lluonell De*
... I" Answer to the Petition heretofore
; { velopment Company and
J \ filed In this cause In the ..nUt..ctC.ul. 4..elb.c.aa more
I" ... ( particularly follow:
: on or "before February II.
:: Beginning' at the
if" ,. J Northwest sore
'I. how what right, till..
,interest nsr of the said Tract
lien of 10. a* a
or or you.have
the abovedescribedlands point of reference and running
and to
: : In Ihenco
I South 1 degree U' 1 Last,
Diazinon and show cause why along the West
line of tho said
should not bo taken for the
Tract a distance of lit. fast
use'and purpose set forth In the to the ,
point of beginning of this
i petition filed. "Stand description. thence Nortff. II des
and Heal f
controls most Florida WlTNKMi my t>
this Court on.. this 11th day of r 17.0 reee feet If 40: n..W a.distance boundary of
January. A. l 1956.
'i of Connecticut Avenue; thence
'. K. A. MMTTHK IB' ft* East, along
., vegetable insects. Clerk of the Circuit Court. In rt.t":4: of Connecticut
: and Jrlf1tilact"; Floridally Avenue, a distance of lit e.tJ
\ $ :e ., i ". ..., weste South || degrees If
I 'II'-t Deputy Clerk distance 1911 feet toes
]; (0KAL) Intersortlon with the Masterly
JAMES J. RirifAIIDMO.V >oundary of ih* foot right/ of '.
,,' (tIt, ,,; :, :. HOLLAND) llfJILDINOAUJIAfWKrl way of the John Anderson High
T rum IfJA *
tJ way n North II degree II
;; ... ., J u, OtllNMKL FOR TUB le* West along the said Easterly
..". j; .... PKTIT1ONICUan. right of way boundary a distaneoml
t 21-11 A Feb. t.II-Ue II, feal to lhAmmt /la. .f
-said- 'rr.--Us 'lIitli."conilnu*
, ,.. I. VI'UM'IAL ('lItctlTt.. 17 aloe: saidlEasterlys/tlht:efwway

f. : AND FOIL rUAMLKH .ot'',,TY.iNlUA "boundary a distance of 19.41 feet
"' IW fllAJVCKIIY HO. hence North *
|| degrees II'
.. '" ...' It
,1. East, a distance of ll.lf feet to
: WILLIAM M. EDWARtMiItalntlfr. ko point of beginning of this de*
,4 Diazinon Insecticide Is the only You an use Diazinon through enptlon.. Hearing are ed la

k jj. <' .{,' product you need to control most out the seasons. And dose to har the True Meridian and parcel son.talaleag .
I KAY TEt1rON EDWARDU 'IB acres )lee rd >4 In
,'; J :' of the major Insects of florlcb'eSt.e. without residue problems. iMfendaat.MOTirM Gotyteeorde.heed look 4*.. page ||7. 1'1..'.'

; vegetable crops. Here's the kind of So take advantage of the benefits TO IIKrKMUTIIK IN WirNCIM: WIIEIIBOr. I hare
I.. STATE OF FUHIIDA. TO: hereunto set My...... an altt....
,4 "money-in-the-blnk"programthJt of superior vegetable foliar insect Kay Yelton Edwards tile orruial seal of sold Court, this
I I ./0 S. K. YeltonPleasant I flit day of January 4 ,
Diazinon with Diazinon Order
provide c1.IJ.:
an : Street (Seal) .
"' q Diazinon simplifies dependable Diazinon SOW wet- Spliidale. North Carolina .1 *a4 Court
your You are hereby notified that a Sly Julia f llarverJ

I' program. It reduces the need to table powder, or Diazinon AGSOO suit above has .been entitled fll'4 cause stalest: and.your tmho ... ll.-l 4 reb. ..:tl-die l .fl1

s use several different Insecticides. emulsifiable concentrate, from hereby required to Ale your an*
, ewer with the Clerk of Ibis Court.nd -
; You spray less when you spray with your local supplier today. to serve a copy thereof upon

I.r i Diazinon. So you save time and Ceigy Agricultural Chemicals, the whoso plaintiff name or eo4 plaintiff address* attorney ls I IIt t lIb, lapin IIrtbun,

ft money. Division of Ceigy Chemical Corporation .T ConkCltisens Hank: Duldlog .tJUICLJ.: riONIDAMK

, _,;" Y You kill insects quickly with Ardsley, New York. Post<< Ml. _FloridaAt lies 0lunMlt

; I Diazinon.And the"staying power"of later thai February tf. A. D. *. M. a PULLER BdllerUeelgMlc
,l "..
Diazinon provides outstanding If you fall to 4. so, decree pro
,_'*._ will b. catered against MWSMIW fee aU.
control of problem Insects like -y f.r th* .U.t demanded In the Lsgl Advertising
Southern and CII CIIIflI o* *uu ft* t"! of om lalal.Tbe .
aphids, armyworms nature ef a4 salt' being
: leaf miners for i long time. Diazinon ; ,.r dlverv*. Katre4 a* second elas. mailer
Mfr 't''r Itt .. a* seal ofsaid Y.brtiry *. U'I.t the poet. .
CV : : day of Jaao* olfUo at Bunaell rlorMa. under t
art A.D :1j41.OSkLal A O' of March I. 117
( .. K A. 0MTTHIJ ,
a. ( a e j4; Ctrctili Court;
By Julia It Harve Dee sm _n.-
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; FOUH J."IIE FLAGLER TRIBUNE, BUNNELL, FLORIDA Thursday, February 4, 1965Japanis
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L" Northern :scribed a typical farming region ed: "The cultivation of1' rice is stood a glistening new motor. we eat, we move it into the
I in Hokkaido: "We came Into an something like a religious obligation I I cycle. Mr. Shor asked the farmer corner of the room. I don't want I
Island Serves As : area of rolling hills where In Japanese eyes; and if he always kept it there. the babies to touch it when their
I small pastures lined the dirt for a rice-cultivating people, "Oh no," he smiled. "When hands are greasy."
road. There was fodder in the dairy farming Is not Just an 1 ,
Last Frontier
""shock, and even here the Japan economic innovation, It vergeson -
Japanese often call Hokkaido ese love of order and beautywas outright Impiety.. ,

y a their last frontier, but few of evident. Every shock wasa But ancient tradition is giving I I PHONEKelley's
them want to pioneer on the work of art, perfectly shaped, way to the desire for mod.

big northern Island.A neatly finished, and carefully ernity. Mr. Shor visited a Hokkaido Fuel 1 Oil '

century of efforts to lure spaced; In a regular pattern. dairy farmer who had

settlers has left Hokkaido under "But the farms were most un seven cows and was saving CLEAN BURNING
-poulated. With 20 per cent Japanese they looked exactly money to buy three more. In
of Japan's land area, the Island like those of eastern Ohio. the center of the farmhouse par.
has only five million people, or Gabled roofs, red silos, bams lor, beside the low dining table, STA'N' DARD

5.4 percent of the nation's total, with haylofts--all: typically I
the National l Geographic Society American."
says. The Western Influence is the .
legacy of American agricultural ',
y ,
Japanese farmers prefer their :
experts who helped develop LEE B. MERCER AgentP. "
tiny farms on the overcrowded PRODUCTS
Hokkaido[ in the 19th century. O. Box 518, Bunnell
but sunnier southern islands to
They introduced wheat corn, Phone 437-3460
more spacious fields In Hokkaido -:-
oats, potatoes, and 'beans, as
where chilly winds blow and I
well as cattle and sheep. DELIVERY COMMERCIAL ACCOUNTS
heavy snows fall.
a I "Boys Be Ambitious" HASTINGS MATTRESS Phone 437.7172 Bunnell, Florida
One disheartened Hokkaido &
official said, "In Tokyo, they Dr. William Smith Clark, a UPHOLSTRY WORKS
think there Is nothing up here Massachusetts educator who organized 710-12 Lemon St.

but bears, codfish, and snow." an agricultural collegeon Palatka, Florida
t There Is considerably more'than Hokkaido in 1876, is reveredas Phone EA 5-9166 CRAIG FUNERAL HOMEA.
that. a national hero there. His Fun.ltu\ Upholstering
parting message to his pupils- Repaired & Refinished H. CRAIG. Funeral Director
Mattresses & Box
," Rich in Resources "Boys, 'be ambitious" the Is. Made Order Also Renovated JOHN CAPO. Associate
Hokkaido produces one-third land's motto, and small bustsof Call Laura Norris 437-3233
f of Japan's coal, fish, timber, and Clark are on sale in many After 8:00 P. M. AIR LADY OXYGEN
: of the nation's ,butter and half Traditional farmers still pre. BUDGET PLAN IF NEEDED. | AMBULANCES
: of its cheese. Factories already fer to grow rice, though the Just as near, as your
: make steel, ships, cement, pa. short growing season is better Phone or Post Office ,Phone ID 7-3532
1. per, and fertilizer, and a more suited to dairy farming. Ills Drop Us A Card or Call
Free Pick-up & Delivery 201 E. MOODY BLVD. BUNNELL. FLORIDA
ambitious program of industrial torIan Arnold Toynbee explain

development is underway. r.

,'I Tourism .is increasingly Important
"There are magnlflcnet
"(: mountain resorts, crystal lakes, SaleWE
'I and hot springs hidden in dense Liquidation

't"'t"'I- forests. Three national parks offer .
,unspoiled beauty and charm.
Ing inns. The rugged coastline,

; which Is dotted suggests with fishing that ,of villages.Maine, ARE CLOSING OUT OUR COMPLETE STOCK AT COST

Sapporo; Hokkaido's ,capital, lies

I&tY.' beneath year,and snow is a major'five skiing months cen''a
At Wholesale
, ter. You Can Buy Prices' During

\ ,
I Franc .Shor, Associate Editor

,U.\"i.j : of National.. Geographic: \ de., This Big "Closeout FOI' Cash" Sale ,

', 1744 Ocean Shore Blvd.
( '


WASHERSDRYERS CHAIRS ....._.........._................. BUNK BEDS-COMPLETE........._......_...

''r." '
,' Call: Collect 672-0377 2500 3 Piece Sectional Sofa builtin end tables 155
I 1-SH Hollywood Bed CompleteBOOKCASE ; ......... ,

$Afl5o > -' $6450

e' ...... \2 Piece Living Room. Suites ....................

.......... .. ................::.......?....... .' *,
: ,: >
\ $2500

' Memorial Church '2995 : S. H. Apartment Size Frigidaire ..._..._.....

lBter-dea 5 Piece Dinette Set ...............-........-?N.....

Daytona A*.. Plate Glass Mirrors 30 x 40 at cost Kitchen Cabinet-Double Door Utility

FLAGLER BEACH Bedding (Brand Name) Reg. $99.95 at Cost $ 95
Sunday School 10:00 A..M. 49

Church Service 11:00 A..M. Chair Dinette.Set .....................................
a W. DICKRRT. PMUr 498
I $
{ EVERYONE WELCOME t THROW PILLOWS .................................... 15

'... ... ..... Shadow Box Mirrors -........_......_......,... '
,. KI.AOL.KR (IOUNTY KtOlllUAIX ; 99 00
DOMINICK CALLEOrlalnUtf. BED PILLOWS .._._..........:....._...._...._.,... 2 5
Occasional Chairs Formerly I 69.95, Now
. Itofendant.NOTICK '
TUB 8TATB OP FLOIilDA. TO: 29"Round 3450
t ANTOINETTE Si Gaston Avenue CALLEO STUDENTS DESK ....._...._....;=."..._........... CEDAR CHEST ._._.:...:.. _._.:._.._..,'..
aarfleld. New JeneyYou ,
are hereby notified that a .: '" I. .
'ault haa been flied against you In '
the above entitled cause: and you ,, $1995 $13995

are ewer hereby with the required Clerk to of file this your Court an- Glass End Table" .....-....:..-........-...- 3 Piece LIVING ROOM SUITE,.. ...__..
and to serve a copy thereof upon.
the plaintiff and plaintiff a istorn.r, $
'whoae name addreM -
RAT 8ELt>ENgelden 12"DON'T
r Daytona. Building Ifeach. Florida w LAMPS ....-....-.........-...-.--.--_

not later than February II. A. D. ODD CHINA CLOSETS ...-......-............-
you fall to do 0, decree proconftMO
will be entered as aln t

you said bill for of milt complaint the being I relief for demanded The nature t.1 In the of MISS THIS SALE AMI THE BUYS OF A LIFETIME "

\:'., \ WITNESS my hand and of
.aid Court Jhla nib day of JanutJ'mcVt. -
. i aIDilel1I.m.aild A.Circuit PMTTHB! Court Bay Street Riverside Furniture Co. Bunnell, Fla.
By 1C Hanrey
Jan. Jl-JI Feb.

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Thursday, February 4, 1965--,.-' THE FLAGLER TRIBUNE BUNNELL, -FLORIDA'- FACE.. FIVK- --.

WE TOP GIVE M E T T S Quantity Prices Reserved***Good Rights

VALUE Thurs.Feb.&4,5,6,8, Mon.Fri., Sat.65,
STAMPS / 103 S. Railroad St.

! FRYERS lb. 29 V Bowl'FREEMixing with purchase

of three Duncan Mines

(Pan ) 5 Ib. Cake Mixes.
Family Cut-Up Ready bag $1.59 ,



CHUCK ROAST Ib 49 Limit (4) Please

FLAVOR AGED (U. S. CHOICE) Mixxwell House or Chase & Sanborn tb TinSHOULDER

+ ROAST Ib 59 COFFEE 5 <

FLAVOR AGED (U. S. CHOICE) of'your choice with purchase of $5.00 or

t RIB ROAST Ib 79U:7::::' more food order

RIB .:-..-................................... Ib 79c SUGAR 5 39
fi STEAKS SIRLOIN ..........-................... Ib 89c L lilac
t T.B tON E. *?...:.._hN Y...r Y........Y....... .tb 99c.
-' *
;- -4 M t }
Limit 'with of food order
WORLD'S BESTGROUND : (1) purchase $5.00 or more

I t BEEF 3 Us. $117 Everfresh (Guaranteed Fresh)

li Lean-Juicy (U. S. Choice) Lean-Juicy (U. S. Choice) Pound Cake 29

: ALL MEAT STEW tb 69' SHORT RIBS Ib 49 Limit! (2) Please

Hunt's Big 46 ox. CanTOMATO FROZEN FOODSScald
I JUICE Can 27'Hunt's Sweet 6 oz.
. (Big 20 oz. Bottle)

, CATSUP Bottle 2? Select (U. S. No. 1))
: POTATOES 10B.59e
Hunt's Big 2V Can (SLICED or HALVES) Temple

PEACHES Cana 0 I Cello ORANGES Cooking Dos."*9C ,

Hunt's 6 oz.TOMATO PASTE 2 for 2Sc Hunt's 8 oz.TOMATO SAUCE 2 for 27c POTATOES 10 bag 63 0


Lyke's 24 oz. Can Hawaiian 46 oz. Can Big 2>/ Can Sunshine (303 Can)
or YELLOW Valley Brand PURPLE

I 2 can 89- 3 Cans 9 n Can 27- Can 10e

.............. .................... B..I..nsTl ..I.rlnwl........... --1TP.T..Emlw..I..t..
With purchase of With purchase of With purchase of With Purchase of With Purchase of
(1) (1) 18 oz. Kraft Twin pkg. Everfresh Johnson 26 oz. (2)
Coupon Void After Coupon Void After Coupon Void After Coupon Void After Coupon Void After
Monday, Feb. 8, 1965 Monday, Feb. 8, 1965 Monday, Feb. 8, 1965 Monday, Feb. 8, 1965 Monday, Feb. 8, 1965



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' :. J i -TvLgLr3cctch I a, / FLAGLER FOOD STORE



1Ii..a- Grade fouru: Ralph Abraham, I
Mrs. Charles Sindelar and .
Jack Rawlins, Rosemary Bross,
Mrs. V. W. Haines honored Miss
... Karen Duncan, Thea Hein, Con Nancy Fleurle, bride-elect of Mr. PRICES GOOD THURS., FRI. SAT., QUANTITY RIGHTS

nie McDaniel. Ellsworth Combs, with a bridal FEBRUARY 4, 5, 6, 1965 RESERVEDFla.
I 1; Grade five: Sue Ellen Seale, ai
; shower Friday morning the
r' Ward.
\ Lynn Sindelar home, '2448 S. Ocean
\ trade six: Patrick Duncan, Shore Blvd. Grade "A" D & D WHOLE Copeland's 1 'Ib Roll
Jack Collins, Sandra Abbott,
Vickie Perritt, Pam McDaniel, The serving table of homemade HOT or MILD
Frederick Fruits. pastries, mints and nuts FRYERS Ib MfL
was centered with a bridal doll : SAUSAGE39
P.-T. A. HONORS and at another table the gifts Limit 3 Please .
" I
; ,+ PAST PRESIDENTS were, piled under a paper made
\ Boneless Skinless
U. S. Choice Grade
\ ; 1.. The Flagler Beach PTA met umbrella,
last Tuesday evening with a Invited guests were: Mrs. RIB or SIRLOINSTEAK J READY TO EAT
1 t' good attendance. It was their Myrtle Streeter, Mrs. Frank $489 ., '
t' Founders Day meeting and six Brede, Mrs. Sam Novick, Mrs. 89" PICNICS 3 tbCan .
J;y past presidents were honored Tony Bradac, Mrs. Henry Shlll, -
I and given a gift There were Mrs. Gerald Combs, Mrs. E. P.
I f Mrs; Henry Shill, Mrs. V. W ,Fleurle, Mrs. Agnes Lee, Mrs. Flavorful Lean BRISKET '
I I Haines, Mrs. Keith Lovell, Mrs. Arthur' Wilson, Mrs. Henry Bar. SLICED BEAKFAST
I Bernie Wilson, Mrs. Robert ditzky, Mrs. J. D, Preston, Mrs.
Owens and Mrs. Leonard John Willis White, Mrs. Johnny Bot STEW MEA T lli 37 BACON tb 49
j son. terbusch and the honoree Miss
y Dr. Allen Reynolds also shared Fleurie. Mrs. Shlll and Mrs.
In the program by showing Novick were prize winners of -
\ strips on dental health, to emphasize the morning.
I Dental Health Week
I l which will be next week. WOMAN'S CLUB HONORS
Everyone was served birthday PAST PRESIDENTSLast \
\ cake and coffee and then en Wednesday, January 27, COFFEE ; VEGETOLE
I joyed a talk by Coy Harris, sui I the Woman's Club held a tea
t \ perintendent of public Instruc. i for past presidents and hobby
I tion. I show. Eight former presidents 1 Lb.
f I The first grade won the room.were present and each gave a Can 59'' 3 tbCan 49''
i i count for the evening and Mrs. short review of the work accomplished
Floyd Collins, Mrs. Lee Bourne in their term of office. .
Limit 1 with
t I $5.00 or more food order Limit 1 with $5.00 or more food order
; and Mrs. Felix Macewlcz were
I appointed to be on the nomi- Eleven members displayedtheir ,
I Hating committee. hobbies. They were Mrs.
j Hoover, Mrs. Lester
.'*' I Reynold
METHODIST CHURCH Stanton, Mrs. Charles Sindelar, Size 300 Can Sweet Treet 303 Bush CUT GREEN
'r Church school is at 9:45: A.M. Miss Dorothy Homans, Mrs. WilLiam .
: Morning worship is at 11 o'clock Heckman, Mrs. E. P. Fleu CRUSHED 5 for SHELLY
a with Rev. Reynold Hoover, min. tie, Mrs. William Givens, Mrs. !
ister. Buckles, Mrs. Hirst, Mrs. V. W. PINEAPPLE sr BEANS '2 for35
Next Sunday, February 7, Haines, Mrs. Jasper White.
t t will be a fellowship.dinner. The Mrs. E. A. Smythe of Bunnell
f,' official board will meet.after the I displayed her collection of but.
." dinner. tons and Mrs. Tom Lenssen, also Lucky Leaf, Large 35 oz. Jar '
/ Meetings this week Include: of Bunnell]], exhibited art and '' Monogram Long Grain 3 tb bag
f Wednesday, 4 P.M., the Chapel history of Germany and Austria.
t ,. Choir rehearsal. Also Wednesday Hostesses were Mrs. Sindelarand RICE .3 39
4 I at 6:30 P.M. Senior Choir Miss Flora Gage and as. SAUCE 2 for 69 Bag
rehearsal, and at 7:30 P.M. the slating them were Miss Emily
study class on the Book of Gage and Mrs. Stanton.
Genesis. Rev. E. Lester Stantonis
teacher of the class and all WORLD DAY OF PRAYER 303 Can Saxtet 4 oz. Lykes

members and friends of the "What Doth the Lord Require"is CUT GREEN I VIENNA 5 for
church are invited to attend. the theme of the World Dayof

COMMUNITY CHURCH ing Prayer planned.The observance. that is be. : BEANS 4 for 49 SAUSAGE 5 for 89

Tonight, Feb. 4, there will bea Community Memorial
t chicken dinner at 6 P.M. in Church, 1001 S. Daytona Ave.,
Fellowship Hall and everyone is Flagler Beach, will be the host
303 Can Oak HillTOMATOES
invited. church this year and an invi
t Sunday school is at 9:45: A.M. tation is extended to all FAB Giant 69"
with classes for all ages. Worship churches of the county. The time 4for 49-' BoxLimit
service is atll o'clock with will be announced at a later
f Rev. ,R. W. Dlckert pastor. date. 1 Please

;t f Mr. and Mrs. Percy Rowse The gamefish; called dolphin, FROZEN FOODS '

from Winnipeg, Canada, are visiting is a fast.growing species. Dolphins FRESH PRODUCE _
l' I with, Mr. and Mrs. Charles weighing less than two 10 oz. Pkg. McKenzie
Martin for two weeks. Mrs. pounds have attained a weightof BUTTER Vine
d Rowse and Mrs. Martin are sis 56 pounds In one year at Ma- Ripe

4 L'I ters. rineland. BEANS 2 for 35 t TOMATOES lli 23

: NOTICENotice ,14oz., Sara Lee Urge Firm Head

t is hereby given that a municipal election POUND CAKE Ea. 69' LETTUCE
will be held in the City of Bunnell, Florida, on 2 for29
I Tuesday, the 2nd day of March, A. D. 1965, for
i the purpose of electing two City Commissioners.
; All persons desiring to have their names printed 1 tb Pkg. Gold King pkg. Yellow CookingHUSHPUPPIES29'
.; upon the official ballots as candidates are requiredto
pay to the City Clerk of said city, with whomhe 3 "' ,
qualifies, a filing fee of five per centum (5% ) ONIONS 23''
of the annual salary of the office of City Commis-
sioner of said city on or before 12:00: o'clock noon, .
on the 19th day of February, A. D. 1965. ....v..r.i''......".....

Notice is further given that the registration booksof FREE FREE FREES 50

( the City of Bunnell, Florida are now open for S & H GREEN STAMPS? S & H GREEN STAMPS & H GREEN STAMPS
registration of voters to and including the 19th day,
until 12:00 o'clock noon, of February A. D. 1965. With this coupon and your; i With this coupon and your With this coupon and your
purchase of one pkg. !purchase of one 20 gallon purchase of two ((2) 24
MRS. NANCY C. RODGERS_ 48 Ct. Upton Gargabe Can $2.79 oz. cans Lykes
City Clerk Coupon Expire Coupon Expires Coupon Expires

Jan. ,::28 & Feb. .j. t.l8-1tc Saturday Feb. 6, 1965 Saturday, Feb. 6, 1965 Saturday, Feb. 6, 1965


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., \1 \ LIp G. C.'s Western PORK or BEEF


M1\NIIHE I I (Piping Hot & Ready To Go)
.. .
I (Ea. 25c) S for I


JL I ,I'I'


SM'r OR SIRLOl T-l30lIE STEAK lb. ,98 ::'

+ h RUMP ROAST &(I i, ) lb. 79 :

} '1
Lean Western Boston Butt

F- PORK ROAST, .1> Ib. 39* ,

.A _.. j

I Lean Western (FIRST CUT) Swift's (Ends & Pieces) ,


.. __ 3 I OO 5 lb $*>19 ..
Rv Ibs. Box J.

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Norma Ann Heller and Lanny Alford Recite Vows
Friskies Canned 15 oz. Can
The marriage of Miss Norma sage. CANADA DRY $< oo
Ann Heller to Mr. Orlando The matron of honor wore a Ginger Ale Cola DOG FOOD 7 for J.Swift's .
Francis ,Alford was an event of dress of green satin brocade
Lemon Soda
January 23, 1965, at 4 o'clockIn with gold tones featuring a 4 o:. can
the afternoon in the First sheath skirt and blouson jacket. Orange Grape VIENNA
SAUSAGE 5 r.100 ;
Presbyterian Church Leesburg, She wore a sHort gold veil and 28 oz. Bottle '
Florida. The Rev. Phil Dunford gold accessories.Mrs. (Plus Deposit) J.U6
oMciated in the ceremony. Organist .
was Mrs. Charles Turney. Heller wore a blue taffeta *> MAXWELL HOUSE (All Grinds) .
dress with matching acces Blue Plate
The bride is the daughter of sories. Mrs. Alford wore a coral NNAISE49J COFFEE ..
Mrs. Louise Heller and the late satin brocade dress with match.
Mr. Heller of Leesburg. The ing accessories.
bridegroom is the son of O. F.. A reception followed In the H. L H. (WHOLE) .303 Can Ilb. SSe

Alford, Sr., of Bunnell and the church parlor. Keeping the POTATOES We
late Dora Alford. bride's book were Mrs. Edward Ea. Limit 1 with $5.00 or more food order
Griffin, West Palm Beach and
bride in marriage -,
The was given
Miss Patricia Moore of Cocoa.
by her brother in law C.::1 Serving at the bride's table HERSHEY'S DAIRY SPECIALs -
Jr. Her at.
Harold Hlppler, only
were Mrs. Donald Alford of
tend was her sister, Mrs. Hip- Jacksonville, Mrs. Louis Steflik SUGAR COTTAGECHEESE .
pier. Serving as best man was of Bunnell, and Miss Betty
Mr. Alford's brother, Donald Al. MbC.rton27C
Smith of Cocoa. th
ford of Jacksonville. Ushers 5B 38C
The couple left for a wedding ag
were Louis Stefllk of Bunnell which FROZEN _
trip to South Florida after FOODS
and Edward Griffin, West Palm they will reside at 1305 Fiske Limit 1 with $5.00 or more food order
Beach. Boulevard, Cocoa. For traveling L B. Frozen 2 tb Pkg.
The bride was attired In a Mrs. Alford wore a blue sheath
gown of chantilly lace and pure dress with jacket and matching FRESH PRODUCE FRENCH FRIES 39C
silk taffeta with a basque bodIce -I I I('Ct'SSOri....
and scalloped<< neckline. The Mrs. Alford Is a teacher at Golden RipeBANANAS
buffant skirt was ballerina Rockledge Elementary School In fOe LARGE SIZE
length Her veil of French silk Cocoa. Mr. Alford is employed ,
Illusion was attached to a head with the National Aeronatutlcs: Firm Ripe T I IDETOMATOES.
piece of silk taffeta fashioned and Space Administration at ..
with a huge cabbage rose. She Cape Kennedy. '" fge
carried white prayer book with I Among the out of town guests Each IOC
an attached white orchid cor- were Mr. and Mrs. O. F. Alford. No. 1 Firm
Sr.. Mr and Mrs. Louis Stefllk. BELL PEPPERS Ea 5'' Limit 1 with $5.00 or more food order
Bunnell; Mr. and )fts. Donald ,
Alford, Jacksonville; Mr. and 4
BUNNELLTHEATRE Mrs. Roscoe Miller, Labelle; j
Roger Miller, Sebrlng. j>> 50 FREE 50 FREE 50 FREE

Hit No. 1 Is spending some time here with > With purchase oft With purchase of J> With purchase of
PAT BOONE his parents. Mr and Mrs. W. L. (1) Economy Size ((2) 3 oz. pkgs. Copeland'sCHIPPED ) (1) 4 oz. can McCorniicksREYNOLD'S ,

Never Put It : Duke McDanlel Is recuperatingat :L Coupon Void After Coupon Void After ( Coupon Void After '/
home here after undergoing Sunday, Feb. 7, 1965 Sunday, Feb. 7, 1965 ( Sunday, Feb. 7, 1965
In c***rf>- -* x>- -x / VN ir a i fvyVjif* > rV_< iuV>_AJ"in
WritingHit 'surgery at the Veterans Hospital
In Lake City. He will return
No. 2
to the hospital February 9 for
FILMED NEAR further treatment and surgery.
GERRY GRANAHAN Larry Smith of St. Augustine
In I will re-enter the hospital this FOOD RODGERS'
RACING FEVER 1 week for another skin graft STORE 4'I
Mrs. Charles. Smith reported to- III#
TONY RANDALL Mrs. Anna Jarosz left this
week for a visit of two weeksIn 1111 Phone 437-3227
In : Miami with her son, Edward OPEN SUNDAYS U.S. No. 1 BUNNELL
"Island of Love"A;and family In Miami 8:00 a.m.-1 lOO p.m.
Continued To Page i 8 Quantity Rights Reserved PRICES GOOD FEBRUARY 4,S, 6, 7, 1965Thursday

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named Oliver Twist who was he would reveal the secret to to ten lines of, Miss Millals and be exciting. And the Gods from
born in the' poor house. He was everyone. He said this becausehe her dullest poem nt that she is I the Cachlne want everybody in
sui1Na&f] bound out to slavery to work. is very lazy and he would ever really dull is chosen. Why
th.elr own likeness and
When he asked for more food have to do all the work on thE; should all the piets who have what is
(Continued from Page 71 he was whipped which helped I farm if ,the children left. some of the celestial fire in their duller than a machine? Wallace I
him to make up his mind to Judith, daughter of Cal, b, hearts be shunted aside for dull. and Stevens, of course.
Mr. and Mrs. Tom Kindred of I run away to London. In London I leaves the farm to get marriedand ness personified. Even Elliott
Dearborn, Mich, are spending a I he is picked up by a man Caleb said he would reveal i takes a .back seat at his own
few days here visiting friends. I who taught him to be 'a thief the story of his wife to everyone I funeral rites while Wallace and
They are former residents of I but he refused to steal. He findsa I Stevens (now dead too), com O. F. ALTORD
Bunnell. lIe was employed with good home, but he is kid If you are interested in the mand the attention.I Registered
the Lewis Barbershop. napped and forced to return to ending to see how "Wild Geese" know the answer: this Is the I Real Estate Broker
the thieves as a helper. lie wins comes to a conclusion, come tour Age of Dullness. It's so safe to I
Mrs. Walter Knight, Mrs. Nelson the affections! of a woman who library and read this book. be dull. It's so dangerous to BunnelL Florida

Dunn Mrs. Walter Cody works to free Oliver from the Library Assistant, I .
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and Miss Cuttlll McConnell were thieves. He escapes and again i Brenda Aaron.
In St. Augustine Saturday at. finds a good home and people I
tending the Antique Show.. who will protect 'him. I I II
As the story progresses a mystery Books Are My DishBy ,
f Mrs. George Jarosz has re is solved, Oliver expert. Homons D&S
turned to her home from the riences a joyous reunion, and.
h Glendale Hospital In Palatka he also sees before him' an hon A curious mystery arises from
where she received medical For a heart warming : the ,comments on T. S. Elliott, .
treatment for several days. book full of adventure, OLIVER the Noble Prize Winner for I SEPTIC TANK SERVICE'
TWIST is the book for you. Poetry, who died recently. And
Mr. and Mrs. Clyde Lewis Library Assistant, the same mystery appears in II,
spent several days In Atlanta, Albert Johnston. the Oxford Book of American I
Ga. visiting with their son In Verse published some years ago. 1 FLAGLER COUNTY
law and daughter, Mr. and Mrs. DROP OUT Who is Sylvia that all her I I
Adair Park. They were accompanied swains commend her? Who Is
there by Mrs. Daisy Wallace and Stevens that they
fiction book which brings out
Buckles who visited with her I take over American poetry and I TANKS CLEANED .
Jim Barker and some very true facts. r J
daughter, Mrs. before you can say a coupletby I. -
It written Jeanette
was by "
her family. Pope, Edna St. Millals, Edwin 500 Gal. $25.00 ;:, F'
Eyerly. It tells of a teenage boy
A. Robinson, the Benet
Judge and Mrs. T. K. Me- and girl who think they are so brothers Vachel Llndsey, and 700 Gal. ,$30.001,000 J,
Knight were In Panama City much In love. So they quit Edwin Markham cease to exist. Gal. $35.00
attendIng school to run away and get mar
Tuesday through Friday
I Wallace and Stevens wrote poetry
ried. To find out what happenscome
the County Judges' as a relaxation. A bastard
to the library and check WRITE BOX 9127
tion 'meeting held there. They prose that goes on for ages for ORLANDO OR
with relatives there. out this book.
also visited one
By Library Assistant, poem. PHONE 424.2071 ORLANDO
The ,Oxford' Book gives about
David Sheffield spent the:past Johnny Seale. ten ,pages to one of these poets
'weekend here with his parents, I
Mr. and Mrs. LS. Sheffield. He WILD GEESE

Is' In the U.S. Navy and was (By Martha Oitenso) I
enroute to his new assignment
I at Great Lakes Training Center. WILD 'GEESE is a mystery
He will attend a training school I surrounding Caleb Care's fam
there. ily. Caleb Gare is a greedy man
that wants everything and for
everything to go his way. z
Caleb and his wife, Amelia, 2 _
OUVEBTWIST have a secret that can't be revealed
I to not their -
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the university In Identifying r .

Visit U of F problems.Dr.. O. aEta I 24 Home
M. Watkins Director, 1
U : Wrecker Service
Florida Agricultural extension
The University of Florida will Service will preside at the orientation .
put out a big welcome mat for I

county commissioners from speakers'session remarks.Commissioners and summarizethe I Flagler Truck & Tractor Co
throughout Florida, today (February II
hear how I
4), to give them a closer the II I MASSEY.FERGUSON
university can help them
up of the university. Prompt Service Grove Farm Industrial
and their community from university Equipment

President J. Wayne Reitz will educators., Speakers will The Flagler Tribune I VIRGIL DECKER Phone ID 7-3242
Include It
welcome more than 200 county Dean T. c. Bannister/
commissioners to the campus' College of Architecture and Fine Phone IDlewood 7-3282 Owner Bunnell, FloridaYOU'LL

and outline the role of the land. Arts. Dr. Gladys Kammerer, Department BunneUi Florida I I
grant college.Dr. of Political Science
E. T. York, Jr., provost, In. Dean Kimball Wiles, College of
stitute of Food and Agricultural Education, Dean Donald Hart,
College of Business Administration .. I
Sciences, will discuss off-campus ,, '-
Dean Thomas Martin, Jr.,
cc ri ak : 1 .
-- -- College of Engineering, DeanD. -

K. Stanley College of Physical ,, .

WANT ADS Education, Provost Sam Martin _
Health Services. ; : i
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FOR SALE-FIre Place Wood. guests at a Juncheon at the Student hb t + i \ Rs. ,
Call 4392214. 1.2S-6tc Center. L- k ; .
-- Tours to the Institute of Food
FOR SALE-5 rooms and Florida I and Agricultural Sciences big
Room, garage, dock on canal. 'food Irradiator and the J. Hlllls : : :: : -

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monthly payments, 205 N..
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will be sold to satisfy storage
& wercker bill at Kersey's Paint "Warm" PeopleCool
and Body Shop at the hour of :
10 o'clock A.M. on February 15, women are less attractive
1965. 1.28.3tp and warm men are highly
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FURNISHED APT. for rent. Call 2
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at Gainesville Florida, showed
WANT TO BUT. lots suitable for that the Influence of skin tem i
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, PAGE TEN THE'l"LAGLE& TRIBUNE, BUNNELL FLORIDA Thursday, Feb"lar1,1, 1965r
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t FIESTA DE MENENDEZ MR. AND MRS. VIRGIL DECKERJust I PreLegislatureIn Betty Lynn Bourne.At .

I the afternoon session,
FEBRUARY 13-15 Palatka Is Held was the election officers, Suusanwas
st. Auugstlne, Florida; the na elected doorkeeper of the
I tion's oldest city, will salute It's. Trt-Hi-Y ReporterThe Senate. This clinic was In prep.
founder February 13.15, with the I I eighth annual pre legisi aration for the eighth annual
;t.\r,' Fiesta de Menendez, honoring i lature was held at the civic cen Youth Legislature sponsored by
sr'o' \ the great Sanlsh admiral Pedro ter in Palatka on January 23. the Y.M. C.A This is held at
,, Menendez de Avlles, who found. Attending this meeting were the Capitol In Tallahassee February .
I ed this city on September 8, 1565. delegates from Jacksonville, St. 11 through 14. Anne Susan -
tr. Augustine, 'Lake City Ocala, and Betty Lynn, along with
" The Fiesta, being held as part Gainesville, Palatka, Fernandina I their chaperone, Mrs. Estes, are
of the city's 400th Birthday Celebration Beach and Bunnell. Those attending looking forward to attendingthis
,, will feature Spanish from Bunnell were Anne mock session of the legislature
I music, singing and dancing, as Bourne, Susan McMillan and I I .
well a brief ceremony In .
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: honor of the great admiral.
:: Beginning on Saturday, Feb.
13th, musicians In 16th century fin insurance policies we write still gin the scone
1 J.:4, costume will set the scene for dependable protection. But today you can often enjoy additional .
the Fiesta, as they stroll in the I Ii coverage benefits-Home Owner's Policy-at very
downtown area playing Spanish : little extra costRemember.
music each day from 2:00: until'
j 4:00: p. m. H. T. Cook Agency Is reedy' to help you
t take advantage of these extra coverages. Telephone 437-3381
The will be followed. by late or stop In soon for full details.H. .
afternoon band concerts, presented I
! by the area's high school returned from Mexico, where they were participants at the T. COOK AGENCYPhone
I festivities line of farm tractors e31.3361'aUzoDi
bands, from 5:00 until 6:00. introducing Massey-Ferguson's Bank Building BunnelL Flo
and industrial and construction equipment are Mr. and Mrs.
Nightly entertainment Is also Virgil Decker of Stone Street, Bunnell, Florida.
I on tap during the Fiesta de *WVWWW>MA".....J8..........",,.,l',,",:'......,....".,,".."",:',,.fI".l'.V"....",,".'\.....
On the spacious,grounds of, Mexico's National Agricultural Col. .
Menendez, as a five piece professional
at of MF Farm
ensemble will present lege, Chapingb, they saw a new generation
a each tractors and a new line of tractor-powered implements as wellas
concerts of Spanish music II
tl' new industrial and construction equipment. AMBULANCE
) evening at 8 o'clock. Singing
;, I I and dancing groups will also The dealers found many bullt In engineering advances. Larger SERVICE PHONE VAlley|| 41625
\ be presented, as well as exhibitions models have hydraulic pressure control which permits the tractor ST. AUGUSTINE FLORIDA
by the Jaycee sword fight. operator to vary the amount of load transferred to the rear wheelsby
t t ers, who will perform In the the Ferguson weight. transfer system., Never be hesitant about calling a Garcia Ambulance. We

" downtown area. are always at your service with promptness, safety aDdexperi.nce.
The highlight of the three-day I Massey-Ferguson chose Mexico,as the launch site of the equipment I .
event will be February 15th, i because it is believed that the first corn cultivated in the

. when a brief ceremony will be world was grown in Mexico by primitive sun v worshippers. Includedon Equipped With Oxygen Retusitator and Inhalator
held honoring Menendez. Participating the itinerary was a visit to Teotihuacan, ancient city of the
I will be Quadrlcenten- gods, where the famed Teatro Classlco de Mexico presented 'a Garcia Funeral HomeP.
nial officials, who will present dramatic pageant of ancient Indian culture.
.' : E. GARCIA Licensed Funeral Director
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Admiral's life, on this 446th anniversary Subscribe to The Flagler Tribune, $2.50 Yearly In Advance. LADY ASSISTANT
of his birthday.Attendance I /WVtAVVUWlMAJWWWVA.

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t.l Sets .

"t ; Record At SC Club discover .

tj There .were" 71 members and diinerethenc Chevrolet
" guests present when the Flagler
\ Senior i Citizens Club met Tuesday

"I A'J f'l' evening at !the Woman's ;,\ ;, ''f'/ w Impda Super Sport Coup
j I Club building, South Central
, \ Ave., Flagler Beach. This exceeded

1 I, by eight the previous
I high attendance record set in
, i"" February, 1964.
L The scheduled program, a show.
. J ing of local movies by Edward
a C. Filkins, Flagler Beach, was
cancelled due to the hospitall-
1 ,ration of Filkins who suffered

t \ : an injury Monday. Percy Good-
: ing, a winter visitor In Flagler CHEVROLET Redecorate your driveway;
Beach Hilton Ontario
; from ,
, i Canada, showed slides of pictures Park out front, at least for a while, and let the neigh- scats center console and carpeting; the smooth and
taken last year on a tour bors enjoy that sleek Impala Super Sport styling. easy Chevrolet ride;and Chevrolet power,starting with
: of Eastern Canada and the After all, you have everything else to yourself: the our famous 140-hp Turbo-Thrift 230 Six.This '65
, I World's Fair at New York. A luxurious Super Sport interior with its cushy bucket Chevrolet's a home improvement if you ever saw one.

a power falluure disrupted the ,
' \ '
. program near its end, forcing
, the Club to adjourn early. .
The Club. voted to sponsor an '"
entrant in the Miss Bunnell f'"

High Contest, an annual affair
J at 1he Bunnell High School.
," Fourteen members indicated
their desire to take a 4-day .
f cruise to Nassau. Arrangements .c4''... *
I for this trip, scheduled for the
i latter part of February, are being CHEVELLE Looks, luxury and lots more JJalib Sujnr Sport Coupe
worked out by Mrs. Irma
'c Parker, Flagler Beach. Interested The looks you can see. The luxury that's a Malibu carpeting, patterned vinyls and eight interior color
i II persons who were not at the Super Sport you can imagine: bucket seats, full schemes. The rest you'd better sample for yourself.
i meeting may contact Mrs. Park.
t er for details, telephone 439-2073: CORVAIR Everything'
; ... (9 to :5) or 439-2404(after 5), .+ new but the idea

j New members welcomed into The idea still is,make Conrau
the Club are Mr. and Mrs. Sam
the sportiest low-priced car ,
Lake. Tuscoa, 111., who are stay. 111
this side of the Atlantic. So
ing at the Collins apartments,
Flagler Beach. Next meeting look: suave new continental
" will be Feb. 16 with a potluck styling,even better handling,

I. supper beginning at 6:00 p. m. Mo>ua Sport Cowps same rear-engined traction.
Driving fun. Try \\i.

Bahia llond State Park situated .
l I only 40 miles from Key Drive something really new-discover the difference at your Chevrolet dealer'sChevrolet

i; I, ', West Park is In the the southernmost United States.State ,. Gievelle Chevy H* Corvair Corvette

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