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The Flagler tribune
Place of Publication:
Bunnell Fla
Creation Date:
February 11, 1965
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Newspapers -- Bunnell (Fla.) ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Flagler County (Fla.) ( lcsh )
newspaper ( sobekcm )
newspaper ( marcgt )
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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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Nine Qualify for DECEMBER SMOKE I School Board I DR. REYNOLDS i Peavy Qualifies
Flagler Beach Has Routine 'For ReelectionOn
R Ren Morris, director of the Allen Reynolds presenteda
State Beverage, collecting agencyfor I program Tuesday at the Lions
Commission SeatsThe 'Meet
the cigarette tax, reportedthat TuesdayAt Club luncheon in observance of City Board ,
the December collection National Dental Health Week.
Tuesday deadline for amounted to S5.826J87.90. Of its monthly meeting the He gave a talk and showed a The City of Bunnell election
qualifying as a candidate In the this amount $3,789,229.15 will be Board of Public Instruction trans. movie on dental health. will be held at the Civic Center
City of Flagler Beach election: distributed back to municipalities acted routine matters, agreeingto Building on March 2.
set for March 2, ended with nine where the smokes were sold. have repaired leakes In the Grady Prather was an invited Two commissioners are to be
qualified candidates running for In Flagler county the follow. Bunnell and Carver High School : guest at the 'meeting. I I elected this year. The mayor-

the three two-year terms of commissioner ing towns received these amounts buildings. 1 commissioner form of govern-
which is up for elect : To extend the sidewalks from Housing Authority I provides for the mayor to be
tion this year. Bunnell $3,00338. the gym to the front of main I elected by the commission mem
afternoon Flagler Beach 101778. building at Bunnell High, also Begins Plans For bers.
( At the Tuesday
Marlneland $99.50. to remedy hazard at apron on I
deadline those qualifying for Beverly Beach $62.09. north entrance of. buUding.I I. Additional UnitsA Terms expiring this year are
city ,commissioner were: Dave Painters Hill 371. Agreed to pay for material to those of Harry Atkinson and
.. Dobson; Margaret Givens Willie resurface basketball court at special meeting of the Commissioners I H. V. Peavy. At press time Mr.
Harrison, Ray Lehr, Charles Peavy had qualified for reelection.
Flagler Beach school and also of the Housing Authority
Mlsslnne, R. ,R. Mosby. Charles Senior Citizens at Bunnell High with the cityor of Flagler County was Qualifying deadline Is
Rockett Gerald Smith and county doing the work and held In the authority's office to noon, February 19.

George Wickline. Club PlanningTrip also if it can be done for $1,000. act on matters pertaining to the j The qualifying fee Is five per

Dave Dobson and R. R. Mosbyare Supt. Coy Harris announced', execution of loan agreements.[t cent of the annual salary $30.
running for re-election. To Nassau that plans for the Carver High' pursuant to obtaining 8000.00 The city registration books are
George Wlckllne has served two School gym had been approvedby preliminary planning loan. These now open for those who wiih
terms as mayor and is runningfor Sponsored by the fun-loving the State Department of Edu requirements are requested by to qualify to vote in the March
a commission seat this year. senior citizens club, brochuresof cation. Agreed to begin build. the Federal !Housing. Adminis 2nd election. They will close
Those who have qualified to ships were passed around at ing the gym with the $20,000 on tration. at noon on February 19.
I run for the mayorallty are Rev. their last meeting at the Worn hand with anticipation that an
Reynold Hoover and R. L. Me- an's Clubhouse. I other like sum will be available The resolution was adopted Receives
I. unanimously authorizing, the County
before the first is used up. Supt.
; Nab. General information about the Executive Director to go aheadwith
Harris agreed'to
h I I costs, clothes, and embarkation building. the execution of all documents. $31,000 More of
"- New Home For dates were discussed. "The Supt. Harris recommended that .
cruise is not limited to members, Race Track FundsState
the board pay 25 per cent of Commissioners present were:
Flagler SC ClubThe or to senior citizens, but 1 1& beck. group Insurance cost of teachersand J. N. Mcintosh chairman; T. E.
oning to winter visitors or local other personnel. Member Holden, vice chairman;* John C. Comptroller Ray E. Green
Senior Citizens said today checks for $31.000
Flagler residents who may wish to enJoy Herschel King recommended that Rice, Mrs. J. B. Maszk, and Mn.
Club will hold its next meeting are being mailed to each of the
It, Rev. E. L. Stanton says. insurance committee decideon W.. C. Sullivan.
Tuesday evening, February 16, 'I "It's exciting and educational an 67 counties as their share of the
a plan and present to board Also present were W L. Wads.worth
at the new City Hall and Recre- at age"Monday February race track tax fund
any for'the Authority
I some time this summer. attorney
building In Flag. distribution.
ation Center
Discussed the need for two ; E. M. Snead, architect City
: 4
ler Beach. February 22 a -day The comptroller reported each
buses but for them Commissioner 11. V. Privy and
The dub met in the old recreation I cruise on the SS Bahama Star new money county has received a total of
I Commissioner Shelton Barber
1 wait to ;
building prior to its demolition will take aboard party from la problematical. I Ii I $103,000)()( thus far this fiscal
r ...... last ,fall and since.thn : Flagler County. "About have budget time for ''deciding but and Acting Brown.NATIONAL Executive. Secretary year. This .Is a $10,000 Increase
: has been holding most of Its definitely signed up," Mrs. Parker i agreed not to participate over the tame period during the
meetings In the Woman's Club chairman of information and state pool purchase of buses. previous fiscal year.
building on 'S. Central Ave. i arrangements reported. I SCOUT

Rev. E. Lester Stanton, theClub' i 'If about 38 Join this gay and i Gasoline Sales WEEK OBSERVEDBY Kathy Emery Is
chairman, said that if festive cruise aboard the popular CUB SCOUTSIn I
some unforseen reason the meet. pleasure liner, then a greyhound Pass Two BillionIn Contestant For
Ing room facilities at the new bus will be chartered for a round observance of National r
Flagler Beach Civic Center buildIng trip from Flagler Beach to Mi. Florida in 1964 Scout Week the Cub Scoout Dens Band ParentsThe
I were not ready for the club's ami shlpslde and return for about One, Two and Three have dK"O'1
r February 16 meeting date, the $9 per person," she said. I Highway use of gasoline In rated three windows In Band Parents selected
c Club would meet at the Woman's Otherwise car groups will Florida passed the two billion houses In Bunnell. I Kathy Emery to represent the
r Club. form a motorcade from the Flag. I. gallon mark for the first time Den No. 1 had a window display I band In the Miss Bunnell High
There will be a potluck supper lee Beach pier on Monday morn last year, the Florida State. at Baker's Department I Contest at Its meeting Thursday
beginning at 6 P.M.. Senior Ing two weeks from now and Chamber of Commerce reports. Store on Moody Boulevard.Den evening. I
citizens who are not membersbut share transportation expenses, The volume of gasoline burned Two has their display In Made plans for the Annual
who may be Interested in arriving at Pier 3 In time to get on Florida highways cameto the Land and Sea Fashions on Winter Concert to be held on I
joining the club are Invited to aboard. 2,113,000,000 gallons last Bay Street February 18 In the Bunnell High
attend as guests and are askedto Contacts for further Informa year, 6.4 per cent more than In Den Three placed their display School gym. Th Biggest Little i
bring a covered dish or dessert tion are: Mr or Mr. WalterCreal 1963 and slightly over the com In the Harris Appliance Band In Dixie" and The Little
and table service. phone 437-3770: : Rev. E. T. parable national gain. An added window on W. Moody Boulevard.Den Band" will perform. I
Stanton, 439.2101 or Mrs. Parker, amount of approximately 80 mil. mothers Mrs. Jack Clark The District Band Concert date i
WORLD DAY OF phone 4392073. Reservations lion gallons wa.IUd In FlorIda and Mrs. Charles Smith said was announced for March 6 at I
must be In no later than Sun. last year for oft highway that Den Three Cub Scouts will Paxon High School In Jackson.
PRAYER DATE : uses Including aviation and mil hold their meetings ,In the ville. Bandmaster Walter Morn [

SET MARCH 5 day.Clothing aboard ship and in I itary uses. Smith home on Dora Road. o said there has been a change I
The World Day of Prayer observance Nassau Is casual and ordinary Trends In the volume of gaso They also said the Blue and In the contest this year. AU
will be held at 10 o' street wear, informal attire- line consumed on the highwaysIs Cold banquet and pack meetIng band students will attend the
clock March 5 at the CommunIty slacks, Jamaica shorts, etc for a relable Indicator of the will be on February 23.: This contest but students In grades
Memorial Church 1001 South the captain's cocktail' party health of the economy. Last will be family night and the 9 through 12 will participate In
Daytona Ave.. Flagler Beach. oboard ship men wear sports year's Florida gain was the banquet will be followed by a the contest
All churches of the county are Jackets or business suits and largest since 1939 when the an business meeting.MYF The Bunnell School Band has
invited to participate. Anyone ties. For women light rotten nual gain was 7 per cent. In been asked to tape a program
wishing information are asked dresses or any dressy-dress. 1963 the Increase was 5 per cent; To Sponsor for Educational Television Channel .
to contact )Irs. Albert Batten. Rate per person Includes Just under 6 per cent In 1962; Hake Sale On 1 24. They were also Invited
2001 S. Central Ave., or phone ocean transportation, all meals! 2 per cent in 1961 and 4 percent Friday Afternoon to participate In the annual
439.201&ALUDA for the entire trip aboard ship' in 19GO. Prior to that time, The Senior MYF Is plannUjj, Easter Parade In Si. Augustineon
full run of the ship, unlimited when Florida was growing moat to hold a bake sale in front of April 13.
TUCXCR comfort and entertainment, rapidly, annual Increases of up the Bunnell post office at 4:30: The Band Parents Assn. alsorequested
ON DEAN'S LIST even In port planned entertainment to 12 per cent were not uncommon Friday afternoon. all students to turn
Alllda Tucker student at the Optional is a tour of Cityof Funds will be used for the in all soap and candy moneyso :
University of Florida In Gainesvllle. Nassau, or a night club tour "Monthly totals of the volumeof group's church project the final accounting report
was one of 359 freshmen which may be arranged for on gasoline used show the may be completed.
and sophomores who qualified the ship by any who wish to. strength of Florida's winter tour. Senior MYF Goes To "
for the dean's list during the see the moat of a foreign Island Urn. Marcia vies with December District Rally GRAND MASTZII TO VISIT I II I II
fall trimester.; for the least expense.No for peak month while September The Senior Methodist Youth
Miss Tucker Is the daughter passports or visas are required I is consistently the low. Fellowship of the Bunnell Methodist I District Deputy Grand Master
Church will attend the Carlton Smith will make his of i
citi est month of the year
of Mr. and )(. Raymon Tucker for U.S. or Canadian
zens. A ship's doctor ls authorized I DeLand District Rally at Trinity tidal visit on February 10 to
DOES VENUS XOTATCT to charge the usual rates "SILENT fOTELS"A I Methodist Church In DvLand to- the Bunnell Masonic Lodge.All '.
The stars would seem to standstill for treatment of any Illness not, "Guide to Silent Hotels-.I I night (Thursday). Master Masons are urged ,
to an observer on the planet I I originating aboard ship at thepasrenger's listing those which are situated Those attending are to meet to attend. Buddy Wadsworth.
Venus, the National' Georgia phic requestReservations away, from main roads and offer .I at the local church at 5:30 for head of the lodge here said.
The spacecraft Mariner IFs I and money will an atmosphere of calm and transportation. They are to
says.probe of Venus In 1962 Indkated be sent to Miami Friday or Sat laxation-bas been complied | bring a sandwich with them. Many varieties of exotic tropic x
that the planet rotates very urday. February 13. Phone to- by the French AntiKobeI i Beverages will be furnished by I al fish are found In Florida'sSilver

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r. ing the closed hunting season. I II 1 !
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1;" v CAME OF SEASON T.. Hunt Jones 2 000W. 0 4 IVY 60TOB6 I IIll; tOU( 4cg/ t jew v doct ...
first s
The Zazas won their
,' G. Pelllcer 2 0 4 CM1 J
\V game of the season, stopping the I
P. Barrow 204
I11 Hondas 36-6 IIt
':. Benny Geller canned 17 points, I
6 0 12
Russell Wetherlngton fired in
JUnky Dlnks' G F P TRY A I
I : 13, Wayne Pellicer's efforts were Tk' I
G. Carle: 9 1" 19J.
good for 4 points. McDaniel 7 1 15 I :tY
Hal King had a bucket shot Em I Iacrd
M. Robinson 7 0 14J. 1
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/ Hutch King
I :' good for 2 points. I
\;' scored all six points for the Geller 306
." Hondas. In the second game the I I II
26 2 54'
Rlnky Dinks notched their third I I II
: win In the
consecutive downing I Y9URB RIGHT.WHVuoose
t:: Flat Tops 5412. SCORING LEAD HELD si.uJ',use I od,.
". Glen Carle bucketed 19 points, BY GLEN CABLE THE NEVfSFAFBCCOMOWCAI f
John McDaniel 15, Pee Wee Robinson
14, with John Geller's six G. Carle 20 2 42 & Lttq
the J. McDaniel 12 2 :26 HoWE .p w totIII
out scoring.
points closing ,
r The Flat Tops looked good in action M. Robinson 13 0 :26 '
,' with a little practice the B. Geller 8' 1 17 Moen qtuq[ SfdztI 1J.II
could make it a little more H. McKelvin 8 0 16 IWD ITS
f boys
R. Wertherington 6 1 13 ;/ 1111uJHnHHrnuuLnmlluuuMhIuIRII!
keen competition. Walter Jones,
l'' I M. Barber 4 0 8 ....._
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:: Paul Barrow and Gene Pelllcer
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i... did all the scoring for the Flat F. Fleurie
' Cook 4 0 8
Tops. W. Pelllcer 3 0 6 Insects ravaging fields?
.:h ZCBOS G F P Standings W L P your potato ,
' B. Geller 8 1 17
Dinks 3 0 100
. Rinky
R. Wetherington 6 1 13
f.? W. Pelllcer 2 0 4 Flat Tops 1 1 50
Zaas 1 2 33
Hal King 102
P \ Hondas 0 2 000((
;, 17 2 36 Games Satuurday, Feb. 13.
1'1 1'' Hondas G F P I Rlnky Dinks-Zazas 9:30 /
;: Hutch King 306 Hondas-Flat Tops 10:00.
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Richest Find of research efforts to the "Com ter jet one day uncovered a carpet IN TIIR nnciiT COIHT OP TIIW I t. BKQIE9T rOil BIDS A4

bined Armada of 1715." of more than 1,000 golden IN RVK\TII AM FOIL JfUICIAl.FLAOLRII CIHCUT COIN.: Sealed bid will be received In

Ships of this fleet had as. doubloons. LOHIOA.. LAW NO. 521 I the office of the City Clerk of the
'r.Civto .
STY.rFJ. City of Bunnell, Florida In the
Sunken Treasure sembled in Havana When KOA1) DKi'AUTMENT: Center + +
Building, on or befor -
Forms Whistle an Agency ofPetitioner
caught by the fiercest storm In the State of Florida, I 12:00 o'clock noon on the 16th dfi

memory, the galleons were The most valuable single ob. : day furnishing of February the following AD. 195. for ,

Being ExhibitedThe riding the Gulf Stream toward ject yet retrieved is an exquisite Y. ''FO11. liunnell.I Florida, materials to-wlt:

Cape Canaveral to strike out gold chain of 2,176 handmade EDDIE CAPPS et at. 1.250 bag of Typo 1 cement ,.r

across the Atlantic with New' finks each facteted with rosettes, Defendants. ; The above quantity I* approximate -
20th century's richest find World plunder for the Spanish Mr. Wagner says. The pendantis ALIAS NOTICU OF RELIC: NIU | only and I* to be used for
tabulation of bids,
of sunken treasure is I and the
Spanish City
Court. Ten of 11 ships were lost. a golden dragon with a tooth. NOTICE] OF EMINENT DOMAIN Commissioner reserve, the right If
exhibited in
being Washington, More than a thousand seamen pick in the belly and an ear PUOCEEDINOSj I I they *o desire, to Increase or do t
D. C.Since. perished, and $14 million gold spoon in the tail; the mouth IN TIlE NAME AND DY TIn crease this quantity, Quote amount
AUTHORITY OF TUB STATE OFTO bulk and barrel. Bid
per to be ;
1961, a team of highly and silver disappeared in the forms a whistle. Another hand It'I.omOA: I I good for a period of 120 day*.

organized treasure hunters has depths. Much of it was never some gold chain carries a glass. ALL WHOM IT MAT CONCERN I The City Commissioner reserve } '

recovered more than a million salvaged. covered pendant with tracingsof and to all person and parties i the right to reject any and all
both claiming or having any right, I bid and to accept the bid that }
dollars in gold and silver from Diamond Ring in Sand miniature paintings on title interest, estate, mrt..aJrtl.or In for the ,
the rotted remains of a Spanish Mr. Wagner searched through sides. other lien to or on that certain I ..tItTnt :r of t.l1br; of Bun
parcel of land hereinafter describedand
Of special interest to museum I nell. Florida
fleet wrecked off Florida in
j a dense growth of spiky palmetto the following persons, together
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curators Chinese porcelain with all unknown claimingby my hand and official:
1715 hurricane. scrub for an inland campsite the This persona seal this' 2n<1 day of February,
K'ang-hsl Dynasty. through or under known -
I persons 1 i:
where he learned the | A. l), 1968. ,
Spanish fragile ware crossed the Pacificin who are dead or who are not I i
I A part of this fortune forms survivors and salvors of the known to be dead or alive I I Shelton B Barber MayorATTEST1 j
. the exhibit "Pieces of ElghU"i wrekage had lived for several an annual Manila galleon to' (I of BunnU' Florida
i which opened in Explorers Hall Acapulco, then was shipped by Harry TldwellS19 :
years. At last he came upona mule train over Mexico's rugged r.r.rotr 1: Nancy C Rodgers, City Clerk
, at the National Geographic Society gold ring set with a large I Houston. Texas Feb 4-11-tto
mountains to Veracruz. It survived
on December 16th and BUD NO. X071
crudely shaped diamond.
the journey-and 250 yearsIn ( NOTICH OF INTENTION: TrtUKUIVTKIt ,
Oeraldeen Tidwell
continued through Feb. 28. I "A diamond cut in the shapeof ,"
Florida surf-because it was 219 Arora Street FICTITIOUS NAMK 1

The flittering display Includes not an uneven the fiery truncated, multi-reflecting pyramidis packed solidly in the same clay Houston.$ltD Texas NO. 107.1 No.In 1175 compliance, Chapter with 20952.House Law Bill of .'

golden 8-escudo coins, or doubloons I thing that all girls yearn from which it was made. Bowls Florida Act of 1141, a* amended

and silver pieces of eightof 'he wrote, "but the effect of thisdrab and cups of three styles have SECTION 9 (1-95)71001-2401.FLA(1 LEU COUNTY STATKUOAD I the the undersigned Clerk of will register with
pirate fame; also bullion, ; stone on the treasure' been found-pure white with DKt'UIITION i i and for Flagler County Circuit, Court Florida In, '
heavy ingots magniflcient Jewelry heartbeat is Identical. NowI decorative trim, black enamel, HUD NO 1071 BOKKOW PIT upon receipt of proof of publication t
and blue-on-white. HOltltOW PIT NO. 2 LEFT 1 of this notice the
silver dishes and table. hooked." following ftctlU'ou. *
was really vessels (WhST) STATION 8612-'-00 I|' name: Lucky1. Bar located at '
Five unexcavated ,
ware, religious objects delicate Scanning the ocean bottom may That part of v I I I Flagler Beach, Florida under whichwe
Chinese Porcelain, and artifacts from an airplane Mr. Wagner hold other wonders. As legal The HKU of Soetlon II Township I will engage In the business of

such as cannonballs and sound sighted a dark ellipse with protruding discoverers of the Spanish fleet's 11! a uth.* follow Range 21described Ea.ti I, liar and Package and that theundersigned '
long.lost gold and silver, Mr. are the only person
ing leads from the ill-fated regular shapes-rows of ,
Commence on the South line of ,: Interested In said business.
Spanish galleons. objects that could only be can. Wagner and his partners are said Hectlon tea a tJ'eott: 2O4I I i i Dated at Bunnell. Florida this
law. fourth of .
protected by A feet West of [ Itth day of January A. n, 1985...
Urals Phip'i Find non.Mr. the recovered wealth goes to the thereof and run North II* 20 U. I I
I William K. Shropshire
Wagner bought a surplus West, 27219 South
State of Florida. vetkflJht :: I Mildred T
71 29' 41 to the
These rellces lay under 15 to Navy launch. He mustered a Northeast corner of Borrow 1'lt No Jan. 21 A Feb 4>llll4tO
30 feet of water near Sebastian team orglnally consisting of 1> TtIK COllIT OK TUB ('otJNTi I for the I-OINT OF IJEOINNINO,
Jt'lu.":. KI.AC.I.RIl ('OU\T".I From said, 1'olnt of Beginning iv vim F2 "UU'trlT toi'iiT, CEYF1vT11 '
Inlet miles of
15 north
present eight friends and divers
or "
..I.OI..lit. IX IMtOllATK. run South 19 09' 41* West. 730 .. JIIIHIAL S'IiICtIT: IN
day Vero Beach. Here was the technicians. They Incorporatedas In Ue: E.tate of i i.lIrUVfr thence South 00* SO' 19. Kast, 10611teet AVII FOIl KI.AUIFU COUNTY.
greatest prize' of sunken wealth the Real "8" Company, taking Cleveland Layton I thence North 19. 09' 41* East Fl,011111 CIIANtKltY; NO. 6000 :
Deceased 7JO feett thence North 00* SO' 19 3 CITY OK rUAUUCU IIUACH
since 1687 when Sir William their name from the echo real*
a municipal corporation lstIng
e -
West. 1050 feet to the Point of
Phips reaped a similar harvestoff Spanish for the value of a pieceof To All Creditors and l'enon.1 lleglnnlng under the Law of the *"

Hispaniola for the British eight Having Said Estate.Claim or Demand Against CONTAINING 17.23 acre, moreor State of Florida, Flacler County ;

Crown. More wrecks discovered.The 11'''. Florida
You and each of you are hereby Plaintiff
Kip Wagner, a Florida house. Real 8 Company was joinedby notified and required to preen
builder and antiquarian turned a professional salvage team any claim and demand which NO.HAUL 3.That. UOAI FOR DOnnaI'IT I(I CUHTAIN LANDS, upon which'

treasure seeker tells the storyof from California under the lead. against you or the either estate of of you Grove may Cleveland have- part ofl 1 Special delinquent.Assessments are ,;

his fabulous adventure in the ership of Mel Fisher. Layton deceased late of said The HKU. of said Section 22, i Defendant
January issue of National Ceo- The divers worked as archeologists County, to the County Judge oFlagler described a* follow: NOTICK
"I County Florida, at hi* of llegln at the Northeast cornerof TO ALL PElltONtt: Interested In .'I
He spent do land .
Saphic. comments on even In flee In the court houe of taliCounty Borrow 1'lt No. I.. located or having any lien 01 claim upon > '!
in research. I had a murky surging waters where at nunnell. Florida, within above and run South 00* SO' 19* any of the .JaIMit lb heroin: +y
crew of hard working divers and visibility of 10 Inches is con- ale calendar. month from the timeof thence North i YOU 1 NOTIF'1101)that
three boats crammed with gear. sidered good. Before disturbing the Art publication of this hOI' 1.litE"t.C.tJU.. feet to the THH CITY OK FLAULKIt ,.
tire.I each claim or Westerly right of line of KHACH has filed its bill of com.
And above all I had phenomenal any part of wreckage, the divers ;adwo'h rleb'ofn writing, and State Hoad 9 (145)t thence North plaint In the above named court '

luck. drew a plan of the ship site so hall state the place of residenceand Is. 20' 1'* West along said rightof to foreclose delinquent special as* (:
Mr. had often beach. to make post office) address of the claimant line 10 feett ,thence South essment with Interest and pen t.
Wagner as a systematic search war I
and hall be sworn to by the 71* 29 41' West. ISO feet to the aides, upon the of land .. .
combed the strands near his Sebastian among the telltale ballast and claimant, his agent, his attorneyand feint' of Beginnings i set forth In the following schedule \ 1
home. After a hurricaneten cannons. accompanied by a filing tee of itNTAININO 041. acre, more or the aggregate amount of such I "I; [
dollar and such claim de* pedal assessment. Interest anti
he found silver the one or less.
Slowly sea yielded treas
years ago, penalties, against said '
mand not ao flied hall be void. respective
pieces of eight. None was dated ure. Many coins were found in Stella Layton. OWNED IITf EI.IKAHRTir NTIDWhl.U paclele of land, a* let forth In said t'f,
later than 1715. sea-blackened 60-pound clumps Aa Adlnlstrator of the Estateof and husband W ALT It:1&- bill of complaint, being st opposite I

He bought a $15 surplus mill containing shiny, almost mint drover Cleveland Layton O, I.KU1UNDW HAItltf 10 Till schedule: such, to-wlli parcel: In the following y !u

tary mine detector and set to fresh pieces of eight In the cen Deceased.: HIS WKLL and wife IDA IfAM j TIUWKLU I'AUC 1L NO. 1-Amount of Ppe- "r 1.\\
First 25
publicationJanuary: I F. TimVKLL and
work meantime pursuing his ter. Divers working with a wa. Jan. il 6.b.. .11.1I-teo t I wife: ZOIIA JOHN LKP1 TIHWKI MAd clal I Assessment |124,01.Ueglnnlng I";
at a point 107 feet *( t
,OIK M TIDWKLL RATMAN and Blast and feet 1
111 Mouth of
+l A.r Y. 1i husband WILLAItO KATMAN.. TOM :.
e Northwest corner. 0Tr.ti, 10.: run* ;:'
to the line of the "
John Anderson Highway a* It now .1''III
' 1' 1 HAMITON TIDWICLL, I lies, thence In a Southeasterly dirertlon .
: ... and wife KJMTH TlnWIILI3 )IA. along said, east line of said
r .. !. \ t d ': .:-. I .' ,' KION CLINTON wire John Highway l to the
,. south line /North half of "
'''. Kit TIDWJCLL and wife HKTTrTIDWKLL. Tract 10 thence East said
t I MAIIIbL: M. TIDWKLLTIIOMIHON line to the West line of along t"nnfOe-; 4
: and husband FltANK tlcut: Avenue thence North alone '
< .
, '. ":t' 10'.t .. TIIOMI'HON: IIARIIV IIVItON TIl)- aid line to the point of
1< A ,. .. beginning .
( WELL and wife OUItALDKUM: : : Tll/ ..
\ All In Block D. Section
: U Township -
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17' t WKLU THOMAS JACKSON fitWM.r )- II Mouth Hang It Kast I
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..... .. and wife KHANKIM MMT
the Bunnell
'" Development Company'
.. ., ,. r Allotment as per plat filed ,
i I WKLL CAI'I'H and husband KDDIM with the Clerk of
Circuit Court
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t1)NK and husband DtTANM CONE :
... l )1 '. CKIT1NO I TIIKItliVltOU lleln* a "U
4; -1 .. ANNE TIDWKLL IIKLLU TID I of the of
. t '>> I ,/ .". ,. WKU You CLINTON rU I.IJ'". I Fart,.. 10 of rlr'ih': 'I'/1 r Section 11. ,
.. f l and each of you .are hertb"l Township II South Hang II Kast.according .
i it comanded to to of Bunnell l>
Petition e* .
,'" Answer to the heretoforefiled ..
; I' nt Company and t
,t. r '' ;:fl'. In this cause In the entitled velopm described follow moreparticularly I
a* :
; ... U \ .. \ Court, on or before February K, Beginning at the Northwest *
,.' t I.... to show what right title, ner of 10. ao'a :J
t 'Ptt Interest or lien you, or any of you point of reference and running, '.'l
have In and to the abovedescribedlands thence Mouth I decree IS' OS* IQasl.
Diazinon' and show cause why the along the West line of the raidTract fi
'''-' same should not be taken for the to, a distance of 111.0 .feet
uses and purposes sot forth In thePetition i
: to the point of beginning of this
: riled. herein.. description' thence North II tie* ,
.y ,.
x controls most Florida WITNESS my Hand and Neal of 21' 40* Kast a distance) of
this Court on this llth day ofJanuary free i feet to lie Wilt boundary i .
A. D. 1HI.K .
of Connecticut Avenu* i thence
: tAtr A. HMTTIIK Mouth 1 degree 25' U. ..:..t. along ,
I vegetable insects. Cleric of the Circuit' I Court.and in the West boundary of Connecticut ,;
for Flagler County, Floriday Avenue, a distance of II <,f..l
R It Julia II Harvey thence Mouth II degree 12' 4*' .t
Deputy Clerk West a distance of lOQ.It feet to 't I
; .,;'!: ,... ,' (URAL) an Intersection with the Easterly
." '.' I. .' 'f", ttOI.'oAN" HICHAKKWONTAUJSAKXKK boundary of the 50 foot right of .: .,
! IItlU.rlINO way of the> Jahn Anderson High r
.' ; '?'. I d'; ., .. ... \ FUIMIDAOK way. thence North K degree Jl' ,
"" ,
: -- \1.. (IIUNMKL Full THR he' slung th* Mid Masterlyright
1It t 1'): TIONEI4: of war distance
ou. Jan. 11.21 Feb. .II-4to of :urh'"rv.:
::1A .. I II09 feel line of
d .
: : k' the said Tract 10, thene ronllnu '
I, I v THK i ..UTI'1' i'in. 'IIT.. aldY- Ing North II degree II' I ft" West.
, 'Ip t' : yrTlJt: Illl'11. I Mil I.IT, I. along said Kasurly right of way
A"1t FIN r/.AiIilOt t'/UNTV. boundary, a distance of 2945 feetithenco
if ; yl.I/:1114 IH CHA CKItV: NU. North I* degree ..' IS4
r 4 M4WILLIAW distance of IIS feel to
t' Diazinon insecticide is the only You can use Diazinon through- )f. KDWAIII Plaintiff.KAY .Iorn'. of Hearing beginning are of referred this dm.serfption. lo*

('t,. ;: product you need to control most out the seasons. And close to har'I' MELTON the Seining True 0 Meridian II acr.and jterord'd parcel eon Indeed

,', of the major Insects of Florida vest. without residue problems. ;t Jl'Mk llecordsIN 4'.. page IIT. FlagUr

vegetable crops. Here's the kind of So take advantage of the benefits JVOTHH TO IIKrKVIITUB y WlfNKMJl. WHKIIKOr: 1 have
':la1TQ.f:: rU'ltlDA. TOI I hereunto set my band an amid
/ "moneylnthebank"programthatOiailnon of superior vegetable foliar Insect Edwards the official seal of said c this

c v provide control with Diazinon. Order e/o A 1C Tellonlleasant 19th day of January, A l' ur'i.
r an : Street MA. IIMYTHHClark ,
.. Diazinon simplifies your dependable Diazinon SOW wet. HplndaU. North Carolina of saM Court '\.i,
spray You are hereby notified that a lly Jail '
1(' It reduces the need to table powder or Diazinon AC500 suit has. .been filed against you In 1.t llarvy.' ':
b program. the above entitled eau ei i and you Jta. 21.11 *. r.b. ..||-4le !
, t i t't suse several different Insecticides. emulsifiable concentrate, from are hereby required' l&t..rlbr.o'( an* }
ewer with the curt.
,, ;t You spray less when you spray with your local supplier today. and to serve. a ropy thereof spec .Ii

.. s'f Diazinon. So you save time and Geigy Agricultural Chemicals, 1 the wkoe plalallff* name and ddrese:! att Is; rn.y, dhr "I\1lrr i tfrlbunr .'

!. H T. Cook ..
money. Division of Ceigy Chemical Corporation
Cllltene hank tluldlng
Mt:" rol.'. YIMftIIL5
!J t :. You kill Insects quickly with Ardsley, New York.Diazinon. liunnell.Poet 0
. 'fDiazinon..And the"staying power" awlthen Ft br wary 27. A. nIt was u. ii. rvu.ra Editer : ,
of Diazinon provides outstanding you fall to do 10. decree pro h,',;
- .. IWeUaaled ....epepee fee all ':
GAl rent. will k entered against ;\
control of roblem Insects like gy you for tli* relief' demanded fa the Legal A...........
.oecA&I'O&' I .III of mplalnt
Southern and ;
aphids, armyworms r. ; The nature of Mid suit being
leaf miners for a long time. : for 41..,... FnUre4 a* .t.on4 ..... aaalUrFebrvary :ic.
WITNrsumy. hand an seal of 1. Itll. at the poet )
sail < w..rt this llth day of ,...... office at Ilimaeil, rtorlda. wader r
art A. D. 1'08.OflleLai Aft .f Marcia .. 1111. ';,
.. i)> S' x t ( Me.jl B.' A. irMTTHB
.. ( *M Ctrcall Court
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'. ri,: FOUR _. i'HE FLAGLER TRIBUNE, BUNNELL, FLORIDA Thursday, Feb. 11, 1965
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Dinosaur Downfall United States National MuseumIn pletely that they were unknownto sembled birds in their habit of morning 70 million or 100 million .
Washington believes that science until the 19th cen walking on their hind legs and years ago."
fluctuating climate and the development I tury. In 1822 a British physician, on the tips of their toes. Birds, I
Remains MysteryThe of large mammals; Dr. Gideon Mantell, happened to In fact are the dinosaur's closest i Subscribe to The Flagler Tribune
played decisive roles. Drl Hot. ; take his young wife along on living relatives. I EL50ATEAB
ton suggests that dinosaurs retreated I a house call in Sussex England. i
biggest creature ever to toward the tropics during While Dr. Mantell was tendinghis "All birds are equally closely I
walk the earth probably weigh. long cold periods, remaining I patient his wife took a walk related to the dinosaurs by way MILLERELECTRONICS
ed 50 tons. His thigh bones there until warm weather and found' an unusual fossil of their common ancestors in
alone measured seven feet. returned. I I tooth. Intrigued Mantell scoured Jurassic," Dr. Horton says. "If
Stretching his neck a little he The early mammals, insignificant the area and eventually discovered you ever encounter a flock of 1744 Ocean Shore Bird.
could have peered over a four- little insect-eaters, offeredno other teeth and bones pigeons in the park on a misty REPAIRS ON TV'S
-, story building If there had been challenge-at first. Being which he could not Identify. morning Imagine they are farther

any around. warm blooded, however, they away and much' larger. WASHERSDRYERS
could survive in a colder cli Fossil experts dismissed Man- Forget about feathers tails and
His name: Brachiosaurus. He tell's find extinct and will find .
mate. During the absence of as merely wings you yourself
'. was a gentle plant-eating dino dinosaurs, mammals began to I I mammal bones. But Mantell remained looking at flock of small Call Collect 672-0377
saur but he had carnivorous unconvinced. Eventually dinosaurs, just as they appearedat
''w develop large species, including]I
cousins that were truly horrendous '
naturalist decided thatMantell's similar
carnivores. The carnivorous a a distance on a misty
engines of destruction. The
mammals, which could remain unknown teeth resembled
19-foot-tall Tyrannosaurus rex 1 those cf
active an Iguana.
when cold made reptiles
armedt with gigantic teeth and With this clue
published -
claws, would make today's torpid, eventually finished off the first of dinosaur
the dinosaurs description CRAIG FUNERAL HOMEA.
Dr. Hotton thinks.
largest land carnivore, the Alas Small fossil teeth under the name
ka brown bear seem as harm reptiles survived be- "
less ause they could take refuge "Iguanodon. I II H. CRAIG. Funeral Director
as a kitten the National
Geographic Society says. from predators or cold weatherin Since then, a bewildering variety I JOHN CAPO AssociateAIR II
the ground. Turtles, too, remained
of fossils has come to light
Fate Remains JUddleBrachiosaurus secure In their armored OXYGEN
and been properly classified as LADY
Tyrannosaurus, houses; many present-day turlesare dinosaurs. In 1964 Dr. John H. CONDITIONEDCHAPEL I ,ATTENDANT I EQUIPPED
scarcely distinguishable
and their entire tribe of reptiles Ostrom of Yale University unearthed AMBULANCES
from those that lived alongside
.I were wiped out about 70 mil an entirely new speciesin
lion years ago. What did themIn the dinosaurs. Wyoming's Big Horn Basin. Phone ID 7-3532
First Fossils Found
remains one of the most tan. t 201 E. MOODY BLVD. BUNNELL. FLORIDA
talizing riddles of paleontology. Dinosaurs vanished so com The great reptiles closely re
Authorities have variously
blamed the downfall of dino-
saurs on volcanic dust meteor.

. ites, cosmic radiation, sunspots,

heat disease,sterilization hormone imbalance dwindling, Final Closeout on Odds and Ends

brain racial old
power, age and
even what scholars term Welt.

.. Schmcrr or "world weariness." We are closing out the last of our merchandise in Bunnell but '
Recent theories favor a combination

\ of factors. Paleontologist due to the tremendous response to the sale we ran out of some
Nicholas Hotton of the

I stock too quickly. In order to continue this sale for one final

) GULF LIFE' INSURANCECO. week we are going to bring up additional odds and ends from

I I LEE B. MERCER AgentP. our Daytona Beach warehouse. This merchandise will consist of

I\ .. O.Phone Box 518 437-3460, Bunnell' I discontinued colors damaged merchandise odd dressers odd chests

odd lamp. etc. Wq- are marking down all of our regular sales stock

&HASTINGS UPHOLSTRY MATTRESS WORKS with additional discounts, plus bringing up from our Daytona Beach

710-12 Lemon St. warehouse additional stock marked down for wholesale price.

Palatka,, Florida
Phone EA 5-9166 .
Furnitu.v Upholstering $ 45
Repaired & Refinished 2
Mattresses & Box Springs Straight Chalra-Wa. $2.95-Now........ Shadow Box Mirrors $1295
Made to Order Also Renovated Was $15.95-Now....
Call Laura Mow 437-3233. '
After 6:00 P. M. $2500

PRICES REASONABLE. I-SH Hollywood Bed Complete ....._.._. Occasional Chairs, Formerly, $69.9 $2500
Just as neat as your
Phone or Post Office $1995 $ 50
Drop Us A Card or Call BOOKCASE-Wa. 3 4
$22.So-Now ...... ,
.1, Free Pick-up die Delivery CEDAR CHEST ....._...._...._...._...._.........

Y'lL" $2500 '
1 r" 5 Piece Dinette Set Was $29.95-Now $295

Community Lamps ,"".-....-...._.._.._-....__._. _.....
All Plate Glass Mirrors 30lt 40 at coat

; Memorial later-de a.mlaatleaal Church Bedding (rand Name) Rei. $99.95 at Cost Bed Room Suits, Regular $129.95 $8995 \


,:' Dayton AT*. THROW PILLOWS-W. 490-Now

FLAGLER BEACH Odd 5 Drawer Chest, Regular $34.50 $2450

Sunday School 10:00 A.M. Round Glass End Table--Wa. $19.95 $1795

Church Service 11:00 A.M. Now..._.._....... -

.. H. W. DICKERT. P .trBVEtltVOlfB I Odd 4 drawer Chest, regular $29.95 $1995ODD

.,; .' WKLCOMB tR CHINA CLOSETS-Was $39.95 $3795 Now.Now. ._...

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FLAflLKn 'OUNTY. FLORIDA 95 Students Desk, Regular $39.95 2450S

DOMINIC IN ('IU 4CFItY LLEOrlah\tltf.NO. 4IHW 3 Piece Sectional Sofa, buUtin end 144 Now..._...

Tablet-Wa. $155.00 Now..._...
ANTOINETTv5ls $ 5 0
TO lHtendant.NOTIC'J0'2 I1KKKNU. Bunk Beds complete, regular $99.95 79
'# TUB STATE OF1 FLORIDA CAULEOIt TO: 2 Piece Living Room Suites 5995 Now.._.

;r ANTOINETTE Ottton Avenue Was S64.5o-Now..._...
.\ Garfield. N.w Jersey; '
putt You has are been hereby filed notified avalnct that you In a $ 95 2 End Tables, regular $39.95 1995
r: the above entitled cause: and you S. H. Apartment Size Friid.ire 22
art hereby required to answer Now..,,...
with the Cleric r'hr.o'b"O Was $2S.OG-Now.._...
and to serve a cony thereof upon
whose the plaintiff name or and plaintiff address s U attorney: $1295 Occasional Chain, regular $32.SO $1695Kitcheft
8 lden Uulldlnr Cabinet-Double Door
Daytona IJea b. Floridanot Utility,
later than February SI. A. D. t
I ,U .
:: you fait to do '*. decree pro
conftMO will he entered avalna -
.'r for the relief demanded In the ALL SALES CASH! .
'. till of complaint. The nature 01 ;
said suit being for ' \
WITNESS n y nand and 01
.. Court this Utb day of JanuBy .- '

, paid(Orticlal A. D.Real J, .E.said A.Circuit ltTTTHPlClerk Court Bay Street Riverside Furniture Co. Bunnell, Aa.

Jull R. liarve7

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,.''',_, 4 THE BOOK NOOK Books Are My Dish I

SO BIG By Dorothy Homcms i
(By Edna Ferber) The Flagler Woman's Club Library WE GIVE METTPrices::r:Rights
Selina's father a professional has the last two copiesof
gambler gave his daughter her the Saturday Review that are TOP Good
philosophy of life. He said to devoted to architecture. Buildingthe
Thurs.. Fri., Sat.,
I her "I want you to realize that American Dream and the '
this whole thing Is Just a grand way cities are being rebuilt. i Feb. 11,12,13,15
j" adventure...the trick Is to play ***
I In It and look at it at the same Read them and then walk STAMPS
103 S. Railroad St.
I time.,.The more kinds of people down and see an example of Telephone 73201
you see, the more things what Is happening In the sur
you do the more things that prising magic of the new Municipal FLA. GRADE "A"
happen to you the richer youare" Building and the dramatic STEWINGHENS
way It sets the scene fora WHOLE
(Limit ((2) Please)
town blending
At his death she left Mrs. new
Fisher's school in Chicago and the new postofflce and the stark
white beauty of the stone cross.
started to teaching In a country IbN lS
school In a Dutch farming settle. They say that most people
ment. She gradually grew Into who try to write verse resent
sympathy with her surroundingsand change. Poetry draws much
abandoning all her girl. from the past. And I would like
(Fla. Grade "A" Cut-Up HENS Sib bag $1.39)Pork )
hood dreams to marry Pervus de to live in an old castle with owlson
Jong. When her husband died the battlements, secret pas.
she drove her wagon of produceto sages to a tower and swans in Loin (Center Cut) Center Cut
market in Chicago with no the moat where like the mer
protection but her little son chants of China before the Rev ROAST Ib 49'PORK, CHOPS IL 69'
Dick. The buyers refused to olutlon I would pass the day I

purchase from a woman, so she painting and writing verse or.. Thriftway (Our Specialty) Rib EndPORK
tried the round of private houses merely contemplating the beauty SLICED
until police stopped her for ped of an ancient house to which BACON tbpkff 49 IP CHOPS lli 45-
filing without a license. age give a patina newness can.
Her school friend, Julie Horn. not have.
pel, now Mrs. Arnold rescues But I have to admit in all Lean-Juicy (U. S. Choice) World's Best
her, and August Hompel, once honesty that If the new must ALL
the butcher but now a great come this group of rooms for MEAT TEW 1b69GROUND BEEF 3 Ib.S117
packer, provides the financial civic purposes is an Inspiring
backing that enables Selina to example of what Is to be after
make her farm a success. Her the tidal wave of change has FLAVOR AGED (U. S. CHOICE)
toll sends Dick nicknamed "So ebbed away.Furniture. C* CHUCK ........ tb 5Sc ROUND ........ tb 89c
Big" to college and makes an ST E A K N FAMILY ...... tb 59c SIRLOIN ...... tb 89c'i
architect of him. Paula Julie's V CUBE ............ tb 89c T.BONE ........ n 99c 1 i
daughter, loves Dick but prefersto
millionaire. Her influence
marry leads a him to give up I lCENSE Pillsbury's (Plain or wFLOUR Ruing)
architecture to get rich quick DURING YOUR Limit (1) with
selling. NTH MONTH purchase; ,of Sib I 39.
When Dallas O'Mara the art. $5.00 or more.
1st Dick wants to marry prefers food Die'
Roe!, a young tculpter, Dick RepairsFurniture j,
sees his own failures and the repairs, finishing Giant SizeTIDE
success his mother made out of cigarette bums and upholstering
every day living. Prompt service. For fit.Bex"
Library Assistant, estimate call 4392400. CHEER 59
Brenda. Murray. .. or I

Limit (1) of your choice with purchase of $5.00 or more food order

;J KRANTZMOTORS Maxwell House (All Grinds)

COFFEE I 59 Or yeir 6 OZ. 89''

r Tin Choice Instant

((1) of your choice with purchase $5.00 or more food order

: .
Riceland (Long Grain)

. I.,' U. S. No' 1 4373311Bunnell R I ICE JBagJTC Ib Green Giant with Butter Sauce
.- Sunshine 303 Can CORN 2Pu.59c
Mustard, Collard and Turnip

: THE ROARING 65s Stokely GREENS 12 oz. Can 10 for 991iwintor<<: FRUIT Carden PIES APPLE 2 and<.r66e CHERRY


Everfresh 12 Ct.
Stokely 303 Can (CUT\


; Kraft 18 01. Jar (BarB Que) HAMBURGER BUNS Z for 39

x Farm Fresh Produce .OJ
Showboat 300 Can (Limit 10 Please) Vine Ripe t

:, BARRACUDAPlymouth T BEANS 10 fo,'i TOMATOES ,23c 1

Pard tb Can (Limit 4 Please) Fancy Yellow 'i
: i

Stokely 303 Can Fresh (Snowball) f


(The Roaring '655 Logo) OJ,
; '
.(. ,. 50 FREE 50 FREE 75 FREE
} With purchase of With Purchase of With Purchase of
r": ; (2)) can 24 ox. L,k.'. $2.00 worth Cosmetics or (1) Sugar Creek j
",'_. wnommc lDlIUlMOCHRVSlER Void After Coupon Void After Coupon Void After
Monday, Feb. 15, 1965 'Monday, Feb. IS, 1965 Monday, Feb. IS, 1966 \

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5agler! Beach


l[ I BT MEATS '4ngsVte"

! I George Moody, Sr., Will Be Honored !

i.' i Guest at Open House Sunday Afternon

per cent over the same periodfor
r'R Sr., will afternoon hold open at his house Venice Sunday I the previous year. FEBRUARY II, 12, 13, 1965 RESERVED

home, Collections on the five year
Y Park Moody Boulevard
and Palmetto Street Flagler wholesale sporting goods tax for LOWEST IN PRICES HIGHEST IN QUALITYGrade
'' Beach. January totaled $146,463, up
A 13.92 per cent or $17,897 over the
All friends and family are In. same month last year. Collections "A" Western Beef Fresh
? vlted to call between 3.00 and for the fiscal year total CHUCK
5:30 p.m. I $755,839, an Increase of 80.77 percent

MISS NANCY FLEURIE 64 fiscal or $337,726 year. over the 1963 POT ROAST Ib 49 PORK ROAST Ib 49Grade 10

January gasoline tax collections -
HONORED WITH BRIDAL totaled $13,805,013, up to
SHOWER SATURDAY "A" Western Beef Western Corn Fed
$2,152,318 December.
Miss Nancy Fleurle was honored
with a bridal shower at the Subscribe for The Flagler :Tribune '
{ First Baptist Church last Sat. $2.50 A Year In Advance ROAST Ib 59 PORK CHOPS Ib 69
urday afternoon. Hostesses were
, Mrs. Judy Newberry and Mrs.I' U. S. Choice Center Cut PALM
.!\\ro, Barbara Stryker. Several games Bunnell I Theatre CHUCK (Family) RIVER
were played and prizes were I
won by Miss Elaine Frailey, Mrs. Thuri. Fri. & Sat. STEAK
', I Mae Shill, Mrs. R. K. Hirst, Miss 59BACON Ib 49''
Faye Bass, and Mrs. Gladys .... on strongis

SheUne.t ", ;.it the heat of Folgen <
t Gold Medal
The room was decorated with s, Hershey'
I red and white hearts and red CARROLLBWER.
punch and white decorated cake FLOUR SUGAR
was served to the 29 ladles J
. ,1 The gifts were presented% to -
the bride-to-be In an unusual :/Ii I tb 59- 5 Ib 39
5 Ib 39
\I fancy wishing well. Miss Fleurle Can Bag
I will become the ,bride of Ells r.II' Bag
J worth Combs on 'February 27th ( j Limit one with $5.00 or Limit one with $5.0Q or Limit one with $5.00
.. at the Johnson Memorial Chapel. I I more Food Order more Food Order more Food Order or

P Mrs. Betty Johnson said she I BAn] {,fwirr faitkif+(Y: e E ti Betty Crocker
.. had Inadvertenly, left the name 303 Stokely's
" of Debbie Meekins of the fourth Added Attraction White, Yellow & Devil Food GOLDEN CREAM STYLE
grade honor roll of the Flagler SATURDAY ONLY

Beach last School weeks which Tribune.was carriedIn 'MAN-NUNTER a ?;J CAKE MIX 3JF! CORN 6 -$ 00

Hunted by 4 oz. (Large pkg.)
Sales Tax Take killer- 8 oz. Stokely's TOMATO

i't, In January At 11 11i't gang! 3 DREAM WHIP 35' SAUCE 3 for 25"

Record High 10 oz. (Large Jar)

January sales and use tax collections NESCAFE $435 Swift'i 12 oz. Can Luncheon Meat

were the highest for a Save 40c jar
single month in the history of PREM 2 for 89
the tax, J. Ed Straughn directorof 3% oz. pkff. Jello Asst'd Flavors 2 for
the Florida Revenue Commission SUNDAY & MONDAY
said today. All the blister-heat of WHIP& CHILL 45'

Straughn reported collections, the best-selling novel What lOc Will
based December Buy
on business
A could
oz. pkg. Pepperidge Farms
totaled ,
$26,741,414 an Increase
fael him
} 300
of 13.59 per cent of $3,200,107over Showboat PORK & BEANS
/ across
the same month last year. ,t a room. pkl. 29 300 Bush KIDNEY BEANS
"The record Increase Is due
to an excellent tourist season CORN BREAD DRESSING 31c 300 Bush NAVY BEANS
and heavy spending during the 21/9 Can Valley Brand 300 Bush HOMINY
Christmas holidays," Straughnsaid. YDUNGBLQODHAWKE WHOLE PURPLE
j ,The revenue director also 300 Bush PINTO BEANS
reported that the building Industry PLUMS25"
of Florida has apparent. BLACK EYE PEAS
ly recovered from a low periodof m rMNa us;.$l JlN1NE JUm1 11/s oz. Wylers ICED
activity and was a contributing GENEVIEVE M ..='::=. Joe Grain's Fla. Grade "A" TEA
I na.wns nwrw s.o& MEDIUMEGGS OIL MAINE
factor in the Increase. SARDINES
Straughn said the fiscal Open Thurs. Fri. Sun.
collections total $145,146,004: year, an Mon. at 6:45. 3 Do.T 7/ Bixmix BISCUIT MIX
Open Sat. 4:45
I Increase of $18,118,536 or 14.26


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NOTICENotice MEAT PIES 2 for 35' ORANGES 10, i for 39'

H hereby given that a municipal election
will be held in the City of Bunnell, Florida, on 10 oz. McKenzie CUT or WHOLE .1 tt Carton
Tuesday, the 2nd day of March, A. D. 1965, for
the purpose of electing two City Commissioners. OKRA TOMATOES 19'
All persons desiring to have their names printed
upon the official ballots as candidates are required 6 Seald
to pay to the City Clerk of said city, with whom oz. Sweet ORANGE Western 1 ft Cello|| Bag
he qualifies, a Ming fee of five per centum (5%) JUICE
of the annual salary of the office of City Commis- CARROTS5O5dWW5OI0 Bag4far900 10'Look
sioner of said city on or before 12:00 o'clock noon,
on the 19th day of February, A. D. 1965. :

Notice is further given that the registration booksof WO
the City of Bunnell, Florida
are now open for
registration of voters to and including the 19th day, S & II GREEN STAMPS S & H GREEN STAMPS S & H GREEN STAMPS

until 12:00: o'clock noon, of February A. D. 1965. With this coupon and your; With this coupon and your With this
purchase of One 1 oz. purchase of 2 pkfs. coupon and your
'\ MRS. NANCY C. RODGERS Ever Fresh Twin Pack Upton's purchase of three
POTATO CHIPS, 59c Onion Cut.Up or Whole
City Clerk Soup Mix FRYERS

Jan. 28 & Feb. 4.11.18-4tc Saturday Coupon Feb.Expires 13, 1965 Coupon Expires Coupon Expires
Saturday, Feb. 13, 1965 Saturday, Feb. 13, 1965


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The home of Mrs. WalterE. ANNIVERSARY
Knight, president of the Tender "Jiffy" 2 oz. Avg.
General Joseph Eggleston Johns- Margielee Blakely invited a
ton Chapter U. D. c., was the few friends for a buffet supper BEEFDSTEAKSE
scene Thursday afternoon for and slumber party Friday eve. a. 10
the organizations special social ning following the basketball
event of the year. The tea Is game. The occasion was celebrating .
Lean Western
held In February to colnside her seventeenth birthday
with the birth month of General anniversary.

Johnston. named.for whom the Chapterwas MICHAEL BUCKLES PORK STEAK lb. 49

Mrs. Knight's home was beautifully SURGERY FRIDAY
appointed with the UDC
colors of red and white. The Michael Buckles, son of Mr. G. C.'.
(Fully Cooked) BAR-B-QUE (BOSTON BUTT)
tea table offered a bountiful array and Mrs. Victor Buckles, under.
of tasty and, attractive re. went eye surgery at the Flag. '
freshments for the guests se ler Hospital in St Augustine PORK ROAST
lection. Red and white carnations Friday. He Is at the home of 'I
were used In the floral his parents now at Shell Bluff I
centerpiece, these flowers were where he is convalescing. >.: .:' .
used In the other party rooms lbO79c.
In addition to effective displayof i BLAKE EDWARD LEVITON'Mr
\ -
U.D.C. mementoes.Mrs. .
'I' and Mrs. Benny Leviton of

Knight was assisted in 'I' Homervllle, Georgia, are the
caring for the Chapter's guestsby parents of a son, born January Fresh Fla. Grade "A" ((3 Ib Avg.)
her daughter, Mrs. Tommy 31. He has been given the
Durrance. Mrs. Z. G. Holland, Jr. name of Blake Edward. This Is
Florida Division Treasurer, serve I I their second son. STEWING HENS Ib. 19
ed at the door greeting guests. | Mrs. Leviton Is the former
Miss Carolyn Hugos of Homer.
Pourers, serving at the silver I vllle and a former resident ol
tea and coffee service, were Mrs.Z. Bunnell. She Is the daughter ol
D. Holland. Mrs. Walter R. :Mr. and Mrs. Daniel M.. Hughes. Streak O'LeanWHITE
Cody, Mrs. H. T. Cook, Mrs. 1.C.

Deen and Mrs. Talmadge S. Duke McDanlel returned to BACON lb 31'
Skinner. .
w Lake City Hospital Tuesday after .
Invited local guests IncludedMrs. I convalescing at home here l

C. B. King Mrs. Lady Allen,I for two weeks He expects to Kist 303 Can
Mrs. Floyd W. Tingley Mrs. S. undergo further surgery this CREAM
II. Cameron Mrs. W. W Deen,(week. CORN 8 sly HERSHEY'S :
Mrs. Carlton Johnston Mrs. Waiter -
R. Cody Mrs. J. C. Deen Mrs. Mr. and Mrs. Robert French Red & ,White EVAPORATED SUGAR
Dewey D. Moody and Mrs. M.C. and children Patty.. Richard land
MILK 8 (00
Strickland Jr. Steve, arrived Friday from San cans :
In a group' from the St. Au. 'Diego Calif., and are guests of 5Bag 380
I Big! Top 12 oz. Jar
gustine Andent City Chapterwas Mr. and Mrs. Walter KnightMr.
Mrs. Talmage S. Skinner, its French 1s Mrs. Knight'sson PEANUT BUTTER 3 $100 Limit 1 with $5.00 or more food order
president and retired Monday as
From Jacksonville came distinguished Chief Petty Officer from the
guests, Mrs. Hugh A. U.S. Navy after 20 years service. DAIRY SPECIALKraft -
Herman, President of the Florida lie recently returned from a
Division of the United four-year assignment In Guam Sliced AMERICAN
Daughters of the Confederacy, and Japan. Mr. French said he COFFEE
and Mrs. Fleetwood Howard, hopes to locate here. CHEESE 12o,.Pu..49e
Treasurer General. Also Mrs. l Ib 58e
Louis Thlgpen. Director of District Mrs. Russell Walker, and TI:
2, U.D.C. young son, plan to leave Mon. FROZEN FOODS _
day to join her husband In! Umit 1 with $5.00 or more food order
McKenzie WHOLE or CUT
Grant Holland left recently to Germany Mr. Walker Is the
enter Shorter College In, Rome, grandson of Mrs. ''Daisy Walkerof 0 K RAilA 39e
Georgia. lie Is the son of Mr. Bunnell. He Is stationed In -

and Mrs. Z.. G. Holland, Jr. Germany with the U.S. Army. Calif. Sunkut

"Bing" Shows of Blngs Fish Mr. and Mrs. II. F. Wray spent LEMONS Doz. 39C GIANT SIZE
erman's Resort North AlA, was several days In Gainesville last
a business visitor in New York week' visiting with their son in 4 Ib Cello Bag CHEERAPPLES
City last week. law and daughter, Mr. and Mrs.I
Marvin Gresham. Ea.3ge
Joe and John Kuenzi of Fair.' They said the First National
Bank stockholders recently elect Ga. Red SWEETPOTATOES
bury, 111. are spending a few
Limit 1 with $5.00 food order
ed Mr. Gresham as one of the or more
days here and in Daytona Beach 3 Ib.3ge
visiting with friends, sightseeingand two new directors of the bank. ,

attending the races. Theyare ""'"

their accompanied great nephew this ,year James by .w s w atr vor,.. 50 FREE SO FREE 50 FREEGIFT

Slagel, who Is enjoying sight
seeing In Florida for the first c GIFT BOND STAMPS GIFT BOND STAMPS < BOND STAMPS I

time. They are now on a trip 1, With purchase of With purchase of With purchase of
through central and south Florida ( (1) 1 tb pkr. Jones (1) 11 oz. Jar ((1) '/ R pkv.

( Coupon Void After Coupon Void After Coupon Void After .
}1l'I. Ettle Hunter has returned ( Sunday, Feb. 14, 1965 Sunday, Feb. 14, 1965 Sunday, Feb. 14, 1965 ,1
to her home after receiving (
l.s r
medical treatment at the local

hospital j II

Joy SUco of Jacksonville visited
l here Sunday with his moth.
It f1', Mrs. C. A. Riddell and Mr. '
, RlddelL Mr and Mrs. C. 0. Magee FOOD RODGERS STORE
I: of Flagler Beach also visited
- with the group.

sa s ri
Brice Hosford of the U.S. Air- 7r
t force is spending a short fur. III III t-
; Phone 437-3227
lough with his parents. Mr. and,
Mrs. Jack Hosford. He Is Ita. UJL No 1 BUNNELL
I 8:00 a-nv--ItOO p.m.
tioned In Savannah, Ga., at the'
Hunter Alrforce Base. Quantity Rights Reserved PRICES GOOD FEB. 11, 12, 13, A 14, 1965

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t Third Six Weeks United States1 been a worldwide favorite. Eu liable seeds. The trees were all State University reported that a
rope's Stone Age men hoarded runts except for one, the source group of 1,300 students who ate
them in caves. Ancient Romans, of every McIntosh apple eaten apples regularly for three
Roll For Cart Filled years
Apple wrote Pliny the Elder munchedon I today. Grateful citizens In Dun had "significantly fewer" colds
at least 22 different varieties.By das erected a stone monumentto and tension-caused illnesses
: School4A This YearIf
Bunnell To Brim the time Columbus sailedto honor McIntosh and his sing. than their fellow students.
I America, the apple was the le good tree.
-Townsend: Barbara Cow. the United States' apple ---
, y art, Chuck Cowart, Pat McCoy, i cart were upset this year, 14 most'in central important and northern cultivated Europe.A fruit. Apples have long been credit.
Donna Steflik, Albert Wimber. billion apples would roll out. ed with healing powers. A recent O. F. ALTORD
ly. Despite a summer long drought hardy tree, the apple was experiment tends to support Registered
r which cut down the size of ap able to withstand extremes of I II the old adage that an ap-
1'1 t,. 4B-Mercer: Vivian Arnold, Real Estate BrokerBunnell
in orchards of the
pies temperature. The fruit kept ple a day keeps the doctor
Christine Hlgglnbotham, .
i 1 central Appalachians, a nationwide well, an important away. Researchers at Michigan Florida
Johnson, Cherry Wads. harvest of 141.2 million tion before considera'i I
worth, Pam White William Pat. '
bushels Is by the Agriculture
I expected
The first settlers to the New .
rick Solomon Dan ZInv
t Davey I Department. This is 13
I merle Jim Simmons. percent greater than the 1963 World brought apples. Soon In. NEW FASHIONS IN FIRE INSURANCEThe
A dian tribes were planting or. '
.,,: I, 5th-L. Morris: Denise Tucker, crop. chards. John Chapman earned a fire insurance policies we write still gIve the same
., I Katie McFarland, Mike Manuel, Americans will use most of new name as he roamed about dependable protection. But today you can often enjoy additional
fft. Debbie Johnston, Jo Ann Dixon this fruit, for few apples are exported Ohio and Indiana in the early coverage benefits-Home Owner's Policy.-at very
Nancy Creal Mary Cook Karen the National Geographic 19th century, teaching the gospel little extra cost.Remember .

Clegg Lila Allen. Society says. The apple can and planting apples. He became H. T. Cook Agency is ready to help you
"t'" 6A-Tonkin: Minnie Deen, make good claim to being the known as Johnny Apple. take advantage of these extra coverages. Telephone 437-3381
Dudley Improto Chip Johnson, all American fruit. ,It grows in seed. or stop in peon for full details.H. .
!, Kay Perryman, Greg Robertson, nearly every state. More apples Seed Unreliable
Kirk Robertson Elayne Tucker. and apple pies-are produced in T. COOK AGENCYPhone
\' 6B-I. Manuel: Marvin Clegg, the United States' than in any Apple trees are propagated by 437.3361 Citizens Bank Building Bunnell_ Fla.
: ) Douglas Dupont Catherine Har other country. Foreign growers grafting, since seeds rarely reproduce I
p, iris John Richard Jones, Lyna favor Amercan varieties. true to the parent. Occasionally ----- -- --___

J 1 I Knight, Jay Townsend' Jamesine Apples Put to Sleep however, a seedlingis i i
Wimberly. found with highly desirable
7A-Cannon: Linda Church, Before apples reach pie pans, characteristics., 24 HourWrecker Service
I Catherine Duncan, Herwltt Du. teachers' desks, lunch palls, and John McIntosh planted an orchard
pont, Jeanne Higginbotham, elder Jugs, they have been in 1796 in Canada's Dun-
Gwen King, Lesa Knight, Elizabeth handled by an impressive ar das County, Ontario, with unre-
Matherly, Ann Meekins, ray of equipment. Flagler Truck & Tractor CO.
Derese Owens Susan Peterson, ST. THOMAS CHURCH
Barbara Wilson, Paul Porter. No one has yet perfected an MASSEY-FERGUSON
.7B-Hein: Mike Barber, Bar. automatic picker, but machines South(Anderion Grove Farm Industrial Equipment
wash and polish, wr p'and pack n'T. Jame. Henry Taylor Jr.
bara Dodgen, Donna Filkins, Sunday 8.rvlc*. ID
VIRGIL DECKER Phone 7-3242
Janet Haines, Debbie Lucas. peel and core,,slice and squeeze 10:'!) a. m. Church School
of 11:18 a m. Morning Prayers and Bunnell FloridajF
thousands Owner
8A-Bradley: Brenda Townsend cook and can 8 Communion: ,
Holy lit Sunday
Nancy Hargett, Mary Anne pounds of apples. n ___.. .__.u
Steflik, Diana' Lucas, Carol Lyn. Choice apples are put to
da Townsend Terry Rawlins, sleep, in effect, to preserve
,I Colleen Tucker Gary Buckles, freshness for months beyondthe
Glen Carle, David Johnson Halt harvest season. Since apples
; King, Chuck Herr, Charles Clegg, like human beings, need oxygen
John Cody. and breathe out carbon dioxide,
I 8B-G. Manuel: Cynthia Dur- the rate of respiration can be
ranee. slowed down by reducing oxygen :r4"bPi:
9A-R. Bayless: Tom Duncan, and temperature in airtight r
Mike Misslnne, Tony Parker JoAnn storage rooms. Such hi.
I Wilson. bernating apples keep their
9B-Hardln: Vicki Moore Cliff Just-picked freshness ,up to a t
s I Wetherington. year.
10th-Ford: Arthur Ford. Ever since, Eve persuadedAdam
11A-P. Bayless: Brenda Tuck. to try one, apples have
er, Margy Blakely Marlyn Me-
Nab Betty Lee Bourne.
11B-Estes: Stanford Robert. thla Cobb, Marie Fleurie, Heidi
son, Kay Weaver. Eisenbach, Gloria Johnston, Jesse
12th-Craig: Ida Allen, Cyn- (Buzzy) McKnight.


are hereby notified that the Tax Assessor
C oj- his assistant will be present in the various pre
( cincts on the day and hour shown below, for the
purpose of receiving tax returns on Real, Personaland
Intangible Property, and applications for Home
stead and other exemptions:

Precinct No. 1-Bunnell, Tax Assessor's Office Friday. Feb 'PE
ruary 19. 8:30 A.M. to 12:00 Noon. :

Precinct No, 4-A-Bunnell. Masonic Lodge. Friday. February
: 19. 2:00 to 3:00 P.M.

Precinct No. 2-Flagler Beach. City Hall Monday. Febru
ary 22. 9:00 A.M. to 12:00 Noon.

Precinct No. S-A-Parrot Village. Monday. February' 22 '

2:00 P.M. to 2:30 P.M. 'hee.I How Bunnell and Flagler( Beach
Precinct No. S-E.panola. County Polling Building. .
I day, February 23. 10:00 A.M. to 11:00 A.M.

Precinct No.-3-A-Korona. Whit Eagle. Tuesday. February -, Can Dial All Stat Long :
23. 1:00 P.M. to 2:00 ". M. '

\ Precinct No. 3-Haw Creek. Community HalL Wednesday. 1 1It's
February 24. 10:00 A. M. to 11:00 A.Mi Distance Calls, DIRECT! I _

I Precinct No. 4-St. Johns Park Community Hall Wednes 1,
February 24. 1:30 P.M. to 2:30 P.M. ..
day. fast . and enjoy
easy you 3. Dial the pumber you want. Example -

The Tax Laws require that you file a return on the economy of low ttion-to-statk :, if you're calling a New York
I Personal and Intangible Personal Property, regard- rates. Here's all you do: City number, you dial "1-212"-and

: less of the amount, before April 1st, and I am required 1 1. Dial "1**-this connects you with then the individual number you're .
to assess a ten percent penalty- upon your the automatic dialing equipment., amn,.
failure to do so.

All applications for exemption must also be 2. Dial the area code of the city It's that simple. Try it. For a list of
,I filed before April 1st. The Tax Assessor's Office Is you're calling i it's different from your many of the cities you can dial direct
open from 8:30 A. M.. to 12:00 Noon and 1:00 own area code. New York Clt>'s lot and other useful information on Direct .
1'. M. to 4:30: P. M. and we will be glad to assist I 1 Instance is 212; Atlllt. 404; Distance Dialing see ,the front pages of '

I, you, if possible. Chicago's 312. your telephone directory. "

I Respectfully D., R.Tax MOORE AsSessorFeb. ,;;;:< > @ Southern Bill '> .',

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umuJJ oIt" h Mr. Tom Duncan. Flagler Beach -

Commissioner. Our science Instructor !

SchooL A/etuA Mr.the Roy group.Bayless accompanied Here'stherightDuPontfungicide-


WATER PLANT AT BEACH students The class enrolling welcomes for the the new second to apply on Florida vegetablesY

The 7B Science Class visited semester: Tommy Allen

the new waterworks plant that William Arnold. Bobby Home,

supplies the Flagler Beach system and Debbie Richardson. for disease control

February, on Wednesday 3. afternoon Janet Haines, Reporter.FHA i I dependable ;

It was an interesting MEETING '\
operation.extremely Showing the* The Du Pont Vegetable Spray Guide below shows you the right spray materials and'I I .

group through the plant was The F. H. A. had a meeting proper application rates for best disease control on major Florida vegetables. All
February 2, during lunch to se 1
-- I lect a candidate, for the Miss Du Pont fungicides listed are fully registered. Each has long record of success in A

CLASSIFIEDADS leeted Bunnell High Contest. We se helping Florida growers increase yields and raise profits. w4 I ICrp .
,Betty Lynn Bourne for our
I candidate.

III the F H. A. members end Plum Material! !. ItitaMAN2ATE miss and Now Spray _

would like to tell Mrs. Broad. TOMATOES

to well and late I 0 1 .2lbs 100 its.IMANZATE Stjrt when set In fields
Listings under this heading: are away get hurry backto Blight ( per ( plants art
3 cents a word each Insertion. school. Early' Blight { and continue every 7.10 dark, j
75 cents is the minimum charge Suellen Deen FHA Reporter. GrtyLtitSpotScltrotmioisi (PARZATE '
FERMATE 2 Ibs.per 100 lilt.THYUTt As plants,...hnd when dluastthnatins. "
FOR SALE 1951 2 door Plymouth Botrti(Gray Mold) IVi Ibs.per 100(ill. .Spray tviry 3.5 days. 'j i
sedan "Concord." new rubber. F. F. A. HAS MEETINGThe

Charles H. Gray, Lake Dlston, POTATOES ,
Bunnell Chapter discussed lat.Blight MANTLE When plants an 2 6 In.high. SpraymryilOdayswhtndiuasitrir
Fla. 2.11.2tp several topics. The most irry Early Blight MANZATE | l-2lbs.prcr, latins.CELERY "
PAR2ATEC 14!-2 lbs. per 100 |.Is. '
USED Furniture for sale. Roll. portant topic Is picking Judgesfor \

away beds, box ,springs and beef and dairy teams for J

mattress $15.00 per set, Other the FFA trip to the Tampa Fair. lit* (MANZATE 0 1"-2 lbs.p" 100,11s. When plants art established till ,

odds and ends. Parker, 439-2073 They are-beef: Pat Barrow, laity Blight IMANZATE field.Spray weekly under MUM ,
(PARZAY[ C conditloni-whin severe every J-9 djy"
or 439-2404 after Tommy McDanlel Levy Bran.
five. Early Blight THYIATE 1" Ibs.per IDa Ills. When plants amarM-contlnw 'In the
2-lMtc nam. Dairy: Dan Cody Arthur Late BlightRhuoctonla" fuld.. Spray very 3 days, mora often (
-- --- Ford. 'I (On celery If neelS..'". .'
COX UPHOLSTERY plant beds end f nld -
Highway 11 )
The Bunnell chapter Is also
Bunnell Fla. For information going to hold the FFA district 'I Dampinf-oK (FERMATC 1 lb. each per 100|ils.ZERIATE In plant bid. Spray every 7 days. 1
Phone 4373673. Will upholsterand I Severe conditions every idays..
contest In Bunnell on April 23. !

refinish.. 211.4tp There will be a parliamentary lEANS '
S&OO-PER- -MONTH.- -Assume-re-- team public speaking tractor MANZATE 40 tbss per acre When small Spray every S-7 days.
and sulfur "
malnlng 6 payments of $6.00 on driving. The boys participatingIn Rust 90% as dustPARZATEC .

repossessed 65 model Swing the contest are: 1 Vi-2 Ibs.per 100 gals. When disease thrntins.Spray
needle Dial-O-Matlc, like new Parlimentary team: Pat Bar. r wry 4-7 days. I''

makes hundreds of fancy stitch row, George Jarosz Robert Wor Anthracnott PARZATEC Vi-2 Ibs.pit 100 gill. When disease thrtattns.Spay ''I,,

es, makes automatic button. ley, Tommy McDaniel, Levi every 4-7 days. I
(MANZATE D 1"-2 Ibl.per 100 gall. When disease thriatins.Spray '
holes sews on buttons, blind Brannam and Mike Church. Downy Mildew MANIA every 4.7 days. ,i
Public speaking: Zachary ki 1 (1 PARZATEC
hems monograms, embroiders .j\\ f' (
Holland: Tractor driving: Rich.
dams patches etc. Trade Ins CUCURBITS f''

accepted. Ph. Credit Mgr, Day. ard Bullock. Anttiracncta Soon at plants begin to run tr when t I
tona 2556431. 2.11.2tp There were 27 members at. Downy Mildew"' I IMA!"!" HH Ibs.per 100 CIIS. diseases thrntin." Spray every "N
tending the meeting. liaJSpctCipt 719 eI.s.Ct.'er .

BOAT BAT built, 25 ft. 8ft beam. Robert- Worley-, Reporter. tilt Disass'e.. PARZATEC 131.21b1.per 100 .Irs. Soon.plants appear above pound. .

Ideal for family fishing. New Powdery Mildew) sw11Iver,3 5 days, under stvtrtconditions. .

d cc. Mercury motor, $450 down THANK YOU j "

take over motor payments at I would like to thank allWho :' .f( PEPftF/ .. ,; ,

$29.00 'per'month. Call 439-2400 were so kind to me in the hos AnttHicnost 1 MANZATE 0)) Whet disuse tnrtatini Spray every : '.
for Inspection. 2-lMtp pital. The doctors nurses, those +IMANZATE ((2 Ibl. per 100 I'Is. 710 days. .. j
Fro Spat PARZATEC ) Whin disease thintins.
---- =eye Spray tvtry ,
who visited with and also
FOB SALE-FIre Place Wood. me 710da,..
Call 4392214. l23tc those who sent cards. It made .
my stay in the hospital much WATERMflONSAnthiacrwji i j
FOR SALES: and I Downy Mild,. .4
rooms and Florida more pleasant appreciateIt
(MANZATE 0 Soon as plants begin' to run-or when :
Room, garage dock on canal. very muh. Cvcowora Leaf Spot [i MANDATE nu rot pet 100 gait. disui*thrtatini.Spray every 7-10 .,
Furnished or unfurnished. Rea. Ettie Hunter. Ciantny Stem (,AltlAT[C days-tivtrt torid glom every 3 9 days e

sonable down payment. Low I Bight 1 3

monthly payments, 205 N Flag Jacksonville on Florida's East SWIETCCR.KHilminthntporiufti! '

let, 4392382. 1-28-tf Coast Is the most westerly port I I MANZATE 0' Whet I inches tall.Spray every 719days. '
on the Atlantic Ocean. lilt /' {MANZATE 1".21b.. per 100 gilt. Sever conditions.twice I week
A 1959 Ford 2 door 6. cylinder, BligMs. (PARZATEC whiltdmatilspiittflLCCBACC "

will be sold to satisfy storage IH TIIH (.ol.lt1' 0.- TUB (rot'STWJ '
IM.K KI.AUI.KU I'111 *Ttf,, : .
It wercker bill at Kersey's Paint KI.OUIIM. 14: 1'ItO11AT13.In i iAlttl"1
r.. .:.,.t" or toil Spot IVi Ibs per' 100 gilt' As plants an Ml and whin. tf.uiu. .
and Body Shop at the hour of JOKBI'IC! CHAHLK8 WALK Ell. |MANZATE 0 Apply/ up to I ISO gals.MANZATE Ihnitins. Spriy....!y.Sivirt I
10 o'clock A. M. on February 15, u. ....d. Dwry Mildew per ICII., COfCllhon..m'13! 5 days. "IREMEMBER.
To All Creditor and I'.onan..ln. j
1965. 1.28-3tp i Clalma or Demand Afalnct
FURNISHED APT. for You and oath of you aro hereby
rent. Call noilAtnl and required to present any ,
Harris Appliance phone 437.3367for claim and demand which you orIth.r .
or you mar have aralnetthe
Information. 1-21-tf .eatat vt Jocepn Charle* Walk
.', deceased lat. of said County, ,1 I
WANT TO BUT, loU suitable for to the County Judge or M 'Ur Ii i
Florida, hi offlco In
County. at *
building In colored area. Con. the llunnell.court Florida houM of within...1.. County ala ral.nder at* Here's how to increase vegetable yields with Du Pont ::
tact P. Hoffmelster Jr., Box 53, months from the lime/ of the '

Ormond Beach Fla. 677.1065.: nnt cople publication of oath of claim this or notice.Two d... NU GREEN-the r ideal supplemental nitrogen ;
1.21.28; Feb. .l1-4tp mand shall be In wrltln. and hall
.tat. the place of rr.lcI.nC'. ..ndpo.t g't l I.rt.IJr"Nu i

FOR SALE Ford half ton pick. and ontcw ahall *be<1
up. Coy Harris, 4373367. After claimant hi* atrent. or hli attorney
6 P. M. call 437.3373. 11-5-tf one and accompanied dollar and such by a claim HI In*or fie demand of lasting source of nitrogen that vegetables need. Below is your guide to applying"NuGreen" 1
not *o nled hall be told. '
aUy. Iteddlck Walker for best results.
WANTED IRONING to do at my A. Administrator or the r..tate

home, reasonable. Pick up t de or Joseph Chert. Walker.d.......d. CONCENTRATION OF "NU GREEN" IN FOLIAGE SPRAYSUs.
livery. Phone ID 73669. First publication february II. l tlXtb.
10-24-41 II-II-II liar 4 4tel "K. Cn,,," het ICO pis. Clip \ ', '.;

SEPTIC TANK drain rumi.r.n( Tnt. nR""'srr.fist KIXIHIIIAi HT Or < to 5 TomitMt, cucumtar,cacbjff.eiuliflwif:. ,celery, ,Uttuct,pt pp.f f, \
cleaning; i < nt4Kiiv NO. S.M snap pans sweet can 't/wtttritt
1eJdltnstalJed; snail shelL Rea. LoU' Tu.ifi. to 10 Sweet potatoes
ruieiirr.JOHN .
son -e prices. Call George Ja ... IS Potatoes
rod iD 73410 S-l-tf J. TCXKI. 20 Carroll, parsley
rr.f.ndant. .

T** prT. l'KU. Iotalntac JOHN 112 Broadway J. YAM From U to loO>> pounds of "Nu c..,," pet acre ttt mcmmtrxJtd 'for top niB Jf1f. A ttoan U
smo! ...tb..t, '-.t and moot Nt.ra Newark. New J.,*.y throve( irritation uttr, or in pound or air tqmpmtnt ,
tasaU'.. Tou ors hereby notified thatult a "
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but a single day In the adult size as a mouse and has a much ORIGIN OF THE POINETTTIA
VA Waive Tortoise Outruns
',: \ May : stage. Houseflies are more dur higher metabolic rate, should
I able. A careful study of 8,500 live six or seven times longer.A The poinsettia, unlike such
: Default Man in ancient Christmas
Claim In LongevityMan flies kept In captivity on a diet symbols as
mouse Is ancient at four, and
holly mistletoe,
j of powdered milk sugar, and originatedIn
On Housing LoansM. is living longer than water showed males living an while the hare-the tortoise's tropical America. Joel Robert
ever, but In the longevity race I average of 16.88 days and fe traditional rival-lasts only a I Poinsett, U. S. Minslter to Mexico
T. Dixon, of the Florida Department he still hasn't caught up with males 28.74. Longer life for females few years longer. This Is a I in 1825, so admired the wild
+.I of Veterans Affairs,I the easy-going tortoise. Is common species rang strikingly poor showing In I scarlet plant that he brought
: says that the Congress has given ing from ants to human beings. comparison with the durable i the first specimens to the U.S.
f the Administrator of Veterans Life expectancy for Americanshas I tortoise.

Affairs authority to waive or release increased from 47.3 years in Curiously, man's life span has I -................._.._------_._.-_..._...._....._.._ ..._....
1900 to about 70 today. More I -- -- ---- ---- -- -II. ---- -_
claims against the veteran not really lengthened much; the
I t or his spouse resulting from loss and more people are reachingthe difference Is that more peopleare I FOR ALL. HOURS-DAY OR NIGHT
Incurred as the consequences of: century mark. The Soviet living out their normal span. .I.I
a defaulted VA guaranteed or i Union reports 21,708 centena Once a man reaches 50 or so, I AMBULANCE
J direct loan. rians, Including 592 who say his expectancy Is little greater :
PONE VAlley 41625
applies when they are over 120.
/ The authority today than It was 150 years ago SERVICE
; the default on the loan arose ,Even a 120-year-old Is a mere -about 25 years. ST AUCUSTINE FLORIDA
j because of compelling reasons whippersnapper compared to
j without fault on the part of the some tortoises, the National Geographic Scientists hope to Increase the Never be bcsltunt about calling a Garcia Ambulance We
I veteran, and when collection of I Society points out span by discovering more about are always at your service with promptness, safety and
the Indebtedness would otherwise Claims of tortoises living 300 the aging process In animals. experience
work a severe hardship on I I years and more cannot be au They know that ageing is an
t the veteran. thenticated, but one famous : accumulation of bodily changes Equipped With Oxygen Resusitator and Inhalator
This authority, Dixon says, Marion's tortoise lived on the : that Increases one's chance of
permits recognition of the severe Indian Ocean island pf Mauritius dying, but they do not understand Garcia Funeral] HomeP.

f' hardship caused by conditions from 1766 t<> 1918 when it the nature of these I E. GARCIA, Licensed Funeral Director
j I beyond control of the veteran, was accidentally killed at the changes-why, for Instance, a
I w and permits partial or complete age of 152."Jonathan". canary, which Is about the same <,j LAD ASSISTANT I ICwwywwwviwuvw

waiver, depending on the facts
In'an individual base. Saw..Napoleon-.
I Prior to enactment of this new "Jonathan," famed tortoise on .
law, a waiver could only be the Atlantic Island of St. Helena, .
'1 granted If the Indebtedness was reputedly 40 years old when
t, Napoleon was exiled there In
arose because of some fault on
I the part of the Veterans Admin. 1815. Still alive at the latest re NowindowpostNo
x {station and without fault on port, the tortoise thus is reckon
the part of the veteran. ed to be at least 189 years old.
Dixon suggests that any veteran Size apparently 'has little to
having trouble with a loan do with tortoise longevity, and
default from the VA should contact the little American box turle
his Veteran County Service may live to be ,about 120. floor hump.
J Officer. In the lower animal order,
I single celled creatures such as \
amoebae live indefinitely because ,
Rating Firm Says they reproduce by split. :
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ting in two. Among backboned ,
No radiator.
Flagler Has 75 animals, man seems to outlive
everything but tortoises. Claimsof
J Business Places two long-lived rivals-the elephant .
and .
: There Is a total of 75 busi parrot-have
: nesses in Flagler County accordIng erally been disallowed.One .
I lived ,to be 57,
j. to statistics released by
I I F. B. Harrison, district manager, but the average life expectancyof power steering
of the Jacksonville office of Dun the species seems to be about
45. Is
There authenticatedrecord
is no
& Bradstreet, Inc. This total
: of a parrot living to be
based on a physical count of
the January, 1965 edition of the more than 54.
Dun & Bradstreet Reference A sampling of zoo records re No brakes
Book. veals that the vaunted tiger is power
not also-ran in the
flux even an
} Because of the constant ..
Ii in the American business community longevity stakes. The record fora
tiger is believed held by "Dac f \
nearly 6,000 changesare I Some of the things you don't get In a Corsair ...
jl now occurring dally In Reference ca, who died at New York's ; ,;.i '
Book data. Thus the Bronz Zoo this year at the age t arc I among; your best reasons for buying It.J. '

.h mamoth volume must be re of 20.
issued every two months to keep A lion once lived to be 29; a
up to date credit facts in then/ hippopotamus, to 49. Several
I I hands of manufacturers and bears have survived into their -
,I I wholesalers.The thirties. Among fish, carp re
I credit report which stands portedly swim In ponds until 60
behind each entry In the Ref or 75. A durable tapeworm al.
erence Book contains such information legedly lived Inside a man for
as the firm's current record 35 years.
history, ownership, opera. Whit Crone Is 60
t tion, financial stability. The oldest resident of the Na
I tional Zoological Park In Wash.
ington is a white Siberian crane,
acquired on June 22, 1906 Since
i RENEW YOUR the crane was already at least '65 Com Mona Sport S km

ORE;ER'S LICENSE ,.L two years old when acquired,
I DURING YOUR the zoo's assistant director J. Corvair Chevrolet
JJRT MONTH over Lear 60.Grimmer says It must be by

A a dog human of 17 centenarian.Is the equivalentof Smaller The beauty of it, of course, goes deeper of which add up to some more important .
i PETERSON TEXACO than the things don't There's
dogs, like fox terriers, cocker you get. pluses.
+! SERVICE spaniels dachshunds, and Pekingese the other side of the coin-what you do Power steering? Power brakes? Cor
ROAD SERVICE win out over larger get in their place. vair needs them like a centipede needs

Light 437-3441 Mechanical Bunnell Work dogs. A cat lived to be 21. Take the no window post,example. crutches With most of the engine

Phone +4.a Among Insects, mayflies lasts What you do get is hardtop at'lingweight on the rear wheels the front

with curved frameless side windows-in ones are free to steer easily.. And stops

i L! PHONEKelley's I II every Corvair closed modeL are quick and .
The transmission and driveline hump sure-with no
you don't get means more foot room. nosediving. discover' thedifference

: Fuel Oil Thanks to Corvair's rear engine, the Come on

I floor is practically flat. down to our

f CLEAN BURNINGSTANDARD No radiator-the engine's air-cooled showroom and

-also means no water, no antifreeze discover the dif '

j'd, and no hose leaks to worry about. All ference.

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Phone 437.7172 Bunnell, Florida TELEPHONE ID 7-3131 BUNNELL, FLORIDAIi

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