The Flagler tribune

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The Flagler tribune
Place of Publication:
Bunnell Fla
Creation Date:
May 6, 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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County Board SHELTON BROOKS 1 'Honor Agent' for MERCER FAMILY I'City Commission


Votes To Build LODGE APPOINTMENTShelton Mrs. Stella CauleyMrs. SUNDAY AFTERNOONThe I Hears EngineersOn

Juvenile ,ShelterThe Brooks was appointed Stella F. Cauley 501 Mercer Family Reunionwas Filter Plant
Grand Standard Bearer by the held Sunday afternoon May
Palm Sl. Bunnell recently: was
Grand Master of Masons ClydeA. 2, at the home of John Henry
Board o( County Commis named Honor Agent for the first I The Bunnell City Commission
Gleason at the Grand Communication and Vesta Mercer at Tomoka
sioners at Its meeting Monday uuarter of 1965 by Liberty Na. heard engineers' report of their

voted to appropriate funds to of the Grand Lodge tlonal Life Insurance Co. She Estates Ormond Beach. Twenty investigation and recommendations .
F&AM of Florida. The meetingwas is in the three families were representedwith I
build a Juvefll'e shelter. an agent Daytona for a proposed city water
held last week In Jackson.
91 members registered.
Beach district office. .
treatment plant at the the meetng

Sheriff P. A|Edmonson and came vine The award presented for life I Dinner on the grounds was Monday night The report

before the board explained I Mr. Brooks served as Grand insurance sales and service to served at 1 o'clock. Boating was presented by E. M. Dawkins

that because the county Jail Is. Instructor for the 15th DistrictIn policyholders, was won In competition .i fishing and games were enjoyedby and G. R. Grantham of Dawkins

so small there \ not adequate and 1954-55 and as District Deputy with 275 other agents I the younger folks while renewed and Grantham Engineers. of Or.

space for housln } Juveniles Grand Master in 1963. in her territory.Mrs. aqualntance and fellowship I lando..
that it Is Impera eve that a shelter
were enjoyed by
be built Shelton said the Grand Lodge Cauleys outstanding pro. 1 I The report outlined a recommended
This gathering of the
duction accomplishment will be was a
r ,of Florida was comprised of 293 construction program to
The sheriff cited a case where I' celebrated at a 12 noon luncheon I John Christopher and Seleta
lodges with a membership of provide a softening and Iron re-
Juvenile boys are being held I over 73,000 Master Masons. Friday May 7. at the Daytona Mercer family of Baxley Geor. moval treatment plant to be Integrated .

" who have been sentenced to'the Beach Plaza Hotel. gia. Children of the family are: Into the present plant

boys school at.. Marlanna but I t Some 50 quests, including district Mrs. Leona Story Mrs. Lizzie:
I facilities. The estimated total
unll that Institu. Howard Bowers their SeDessle, Mrs. Pauline Horton,
i, can't be sent j I office personnel cost of the project would be $93.
c tlon has room fi
was revealed thai Juvenile court I Dies Sunday the luncheon according to Frank Mercer and John Henry 060.00.
sometimes have i> parole Juveniles an announcement by Charles R. Mercer. "This plant will provide soft,

f because these' Is no place AfternoonHoward Herbert local manager.A Iron free water forthe city's cuss

for them to be oused. special guest from the com Bunnell tomers. We are certain that the
w.ll'be I Bowers of Bunnell pany's Birmingham! home office city and Its people will benefit
built asa
i The shelter passed away Sunday afternoonat will be Asst. Vice President Track Team by the expected Improvement In
wing of the present county '
the local hospital. lie wasa Chester F. O'Qulnn. lie will the quality of water," the report I
I It is to f.l constructed of .
Jail. victim'of leukemia and had
and stated.
present an engraved plaque
brick and properly furnished.The Qualifies 14
In the
been a patient hospital silver compote to Mrs. Cauley.
board prepared a supplemental about seven months. I I Mr. Dawkins and Mr. Gran

s. budget for approval In Fourteen members of the Bun tham showed colored slides of a

t" Tallahassee to allow the board Howard was a member of the Bulow Scene of J I nell High School track team plant of the same type which

use funds for this purpose.In Junior Class of Bunnell High have qualified to go to' the state Is now In use with great satisfaction .

School. He was 18 years of age SC Club Meeting track meet In Gainesville this to the customers in Port
other action the board He Is survived by his parents,
Friday, Coach Bo Manuel said St Lucie.
agreed to sell the old brick Mr and Mrs. Gene Bowen There were 20 members and

taken up from the brick road and a brother Henry Bow. guests present when the Flag today. The commissioners acceptedthe

between here and Espanola to era, all of Bunnell. Also surviving I ler Senior Citizens Club met The meeting was held'last Friday report and recommendationsfor

a man for $1 a thousand the is his paternal grandmother, Tuesday May 4, for a picnic at at Paxon High School In the proposed plant for study.

r price 'previously agreed upon. Mrs.. A. A. Wells of Bunnell and Bulow Ruins State Park. In the Jacksonville The local team They will meet with them on

and his maternal grandfather Grady absence of Club Chairman Rev was runn r.up in Class B, group Tuesday tor further study of the
He said he will Lee of Flagler Beach. E. Lester Stanton Mrs. Mildred 4. Coach Manuel said this is proposal which Includes opera.

'... tack, the: brick thousands. Funeral services were held at Sargeant, secretary/ presided at the largest number to qualifyIn tlon costs;Construction and ;oth.
...:< and Road Supt. L. M. I 2:30 Tuesday afternoon from the the business meeting which followed any year from Bunnell High er phases of the plan. ''
the ,
will check them day t
First Baptist Church of Bunnell. a noon luncheon In the School.
brick then will be hauled away I The commissioners also heard
The Rev.Thomas Pinner, field house.
I l It was pointed out that several I officiated.pastor Burial followed at the The recommendation of the Those qualifying were: Don I a representative of Brown A

persons had bought some of the I Espanola Cemetery. club's executive committee that Moore 1 mile; Bo King discus Brown concerning: the Insurance

brick but found removing the be held dur and mile relay; Dean Strickland I needs for the city.
[) monthly meetings
Active pallbearers were: e.
asphalt from them was too difficult 440 yard dash; Mack Pellicer,I
wyne Metis Joe Scale Shelton ing June July and August will I They also agreed to continue
However It anyone wants pole vault; Fred Harris 880 yard I
Barber James O. Craig Coy Harris be brought before the membersat the contract for city maps with
some of them they' may be relay; Jerry Smith 440 yard
the next regular meeting. It ]
and Willie Aaron. W. H. Simmons Mr. Simmons
bought at $1 a thousand cash mile relay;
r and hauled the Honorary bearers were Johnny was announced. i, has purchased the survey notes
in advance by
from the premises 'where Seale Jeep Worley, Scotty Crews, Members of the group's shutfltboard t Rod Jackson, sprint medley<< ; of the late D. D. Moody.who had

buyer Leonard Buono Donald Barrow club met May :5 for the Walter Townsend high Jump contracted wtlh the city to pro.

they are now. Jim Brown, Kent Holland, Terry first round of play at Flagler 100 yard dash discus sprint Vide the maps. At the time of

Voted to allow E. A. Smythe Cole Jeff Scale, Walter Townsend Beach City Park. medley' mile relay; Tom Mc Mr Moody's death the maps

board clerk J450 for part.tlme I Albert Johnston Harry The next meeting will be Daniel l. 180 low hurdle S.M., were 75 percent completed. Mr.

office help. Smythe pointed out Kuleskl. Jack Wethertngton Levi! May 18 at the clubroom In the I mile relay; Glenn Miller mile Simmons said he would have ,

I to the board that all fees takenin Brannam Jr., Butch McDanlel Municipal Building Flagler run; Elbert Tucker 220 yard them completed In GO days.

by him u clerk of the circuit Jack Knight Arthur Ford and 1 I Beach. There will be a carry-In dash 880 relay; Cotton May, 880 \

court when more than $7,500 Richard Bullock.Arrangements. supper at G o'clock. relay; Ray Kurtz 880 run; Dennis Com. Shelton Barber gave a

must be turned bac kto the coup were under'' the Buono pole vault 880 relay report on the plan for paving

ty and that no funds are provided direction of Craig Funeral Home I A1A RESTAURANT resurfacing, and repairing 21
blocks of streets. It was votedto
of Bunnell.
for clerical help for secretary
bids the hot.
advertise for on
of the commissioners.
THREE WEEKSThe Levi Brannam'sSister mix for the paving. Bids will

Accepted' bids from Greens FIRST METHODIST be on a tonnage bails and re* \
AlA Restaurant at Flag
Fuel of Daytona Beach for heat Dies in umable May 17.
CHURCH NEWS ler Beach will close May 10 for
and cooking gas for the county.It
about three weeks, according to School Harris asked r
was the only bid and was also 1. Rev. Howard Porter's sermon Daytona Hospital l Supt. Coy
carried this furnish labor and
advertisement In the
an city
the bid of Wadsworth Lumber topic for the 11 o'clock morning

Co. for lumber for bridges, and worship service will be "A Issue of The Tribune. Mrs. Mary L. Manning of Day' equipment' for paving a double
)Ir. and Mrs. Glenn Miller sized regulation outdoor basketball
for groceries' for prisoners. The er's GUt. tona Beach sister of Levi Bran I
Moth'l owners of the restaurant said court and tennis. court at
lone bid was from Brannam's The cancel: choir will I nam ST., of Bunnell passed
"We they will be closed for paintingand Bunnell High School. The com
Food Market. special anthem: away Tuesday afternoon In a
renovating, and also for vacations mission agreed to furnish the
Thee For Our Mothers. The Daytona Beach hospital follow.
Adopted a motion to request Youth Choir will sing under the of the employees. They Ing a short Illness. labor and equipment' with the .

the Florida Development Com direction of Andy Yelvlngton. exepct to reopen In three weeks. School Board furnishing the ma.

mission to assist In preparation Confirmation of the patter's She was born In Lyons, Ga. terti I..

of "master plan" for use with membership class will become SIMMONS OfENS and had resided' In Daytona I Also discussed purchase of a A

the Bunnell Airport. SURVEYING ornccIN Beach 31 years, moving there
full members at the 11 o'clockservice. new public address system for ..1
BUNNCLL from Gainesville Florida. She i,
Dlsctused at the football field. The present
: length disposition
Bill Simmons of DeLand has of
of $6.000 allocated for recreationto In the evening, a special system Is not In working order
purchased the survey notes and Survivors Include three daughters
be to of church and quarterly conferencewill HarrU .
'paid municipalities reported.BAPTIST
part of the equipment of the Mrs. Minnie E. Harnsgt
held 730. The
Bunnell and Flagler Beach be at : purr
upon I Is to review the late D. D. Mood/s Surveying and Mrs. Janle 1. Stark, Daytona
recommendation of an advisory pose parsonage
fice. Beach, and Shirley Manning of CHURCH
committee. hold I building program and to consider
Agreed to a
special additional loan )It. Simmons Is a Registered Gainesville; her mother, Mrs. NEWS
an complete
meeting Friday night May Surveyor and has an office also Minnie Brannam. Bunnell; two
14, when the commute will be the building. All members There will be a dedication' of
I said. In DeLand. He Is presently op. brothers, Levi Brannam. Sr, and
Rev. Porter
asked to outline anticipated expenditures are welcome Infants at the 11 o'clock worship
I crating here In the Idtlson Fred' Brannam. BunnelL Also
of the funds. It also service at the Tint Baptist
I Building on Highway 11 but surviving Is one grandchild. \.
named two new members to the I Bones of long extinct animals plans to open an office In tM Funeral services will be held Church next Sunday, Mothers

committee-Rev. Tom Pinner have been found In Florida's. Citizens Bank Building.' at 3 o'clock this afternoon Day according to Rev. Thomas

and Coy Harris. I Silver Springs leading to the belief ,'{,I He Is assisted In tM office ((Thursday from the Baggett I Pinner pastor. I i

that the spring was aDI.1 j here by Richard Kersey also of Mclntosh Funeral Chapel In Interested parents.. asked

Alaska Is 480 times larger a water hole for prehistoric I DeLand. The' office will bs open I Daytona Beach. Burial will be' to contact Rev. Pinner prior to

than Rhode Island I I mal life. five days. a week' I I lat Shady Rest Cemetery. Sunday.A .


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Deserlptl S T R A Taxes c....
NOTICE OF TAX SALENotice SW 4f lots 7-8 block 124T OId 4 A Basle It.IS
Lots 9-10 block 125 Annie
_. .
CAPTAINS COURAGEOUS Is hereby given that the following described lands or so much Bel A ... 21.119
thereof as will be necessary to pay the amount due for taxes herein Lots 7-' block 125 .....- Mae Mary. 21.09
a'story pat ..._
Captain Courageous Is set opposite same together with cost of such sale and advertising Lot 2 block 129 5'71

of the Grand Banks written by will be sold at ttpubJ.x on the lit day of June, 1965. at the Lot 2 block 130 -.-- Dayi e uty G'U
office Lot 4 Block 130
of the Collector in the Community Center Build* -- .
Ruyard Kipling. The hero of the Int{. beginning at 10:00: o'clock A. M., In the City of Bunnell Flagler Georglife Rosa S.ZI
Lots 11-12 block 160 Iiymoq
County Florida. ..
Is of _.
story Harvey' Cheyne, son Lee -
Lots 5block 19 ___ Annie Mae Kennedy _._.., 5.11 Lot 8 block 161 -, Nelson, u alp. 28.18 l .
a millnonaire, spoiled little pup Lots a.4. block 91 ___________... Hattie Smith ______.... 19.25: Lot 10 block 165 Thomas, Chaste.r& :
py and latent possibilities of Lots 5-6. block 91 Gladys Davis ..._............. 4.25 .. 1t 2.1S
NH lots 1-2, block 91 :== .= Nealle Beal = ......?,?-. 3-31 Lot 2 block 163 Kenney Mary 17.11
manlllness. 8WH lots 11-12 block 93 Hasel Emanuel ._ 23.94 Lots 9-10-11-12 block

A happy accident to Harvey NEH lots 11.12. block 93 __._ Eliza Davis .__._____ 30.50 199 .......... Sh.meld; L. So Ir. lU1 I
Lots 1-3-3-4-9-10-11-12 block 9* W. H. McKenzie Estate 21.11 Block 367 book 60
opens the way for the development Lot I, block 123 .. John A Vera Mae Cruse 2.38 274 ., pal'eS. Eo Dorothy 1.21 i
NE% lots 11-12, block __ Nealle Beal _________ 6.19 Part of tract 7 book 45
of his better nature. Lots 1-10-11-12. block 124 ._ Riley King _._._ 8.00 page 361 except book
By Library Assistant Lots 1-2 block 129 .. ._.. _......_ Bernice HUlne __ 5.19 63 page 293 block D 11 11 30 US Lewtnoio' .kl, Helen 11.31
Lot 2, block 130 L.-. -.. Sam White ,..- -.,- ..- ,- ...,-r 6.19 Part of tract 3 book (3page
Johnny Seale. Lot : block ISO Georgia Grlsby _______ 9.88 295 block D 11 11 10 0.11 Peter.oo; Hazel _... 11.13
NE f' lot 3 NE 25; of SB 20':; lot Lot 9 block 2 ______ WarreD,. 0 onle "

4, block 161 .- ..... Flora Shaw _...._ 4.75 Martha --- .,
The House of the Seven Flies Lot 9, block 1(1 ._.__ Mary Topsy Louis Nelson Lot 1 Block 3 Robinson Cleveland: -, 1."
Rosa Lee A Willie Hymon 10.38 v !ltate.-.... -- '
This Is an adventure story of Lots 5-6-7-8. block 202 _._.._..._ Ralph. E. Harbert 4.25 Lot 9 block 4 --_____ Mill.. 01 dy.--- 14.1.60 71
the highest degree which takes Lot 3 except 2156 s q. ft. bk 18 Lots 2-3 block 6 warreD,; ula; Theresa_
tree 379-380 & 40' of NWLV 80': Oeborne' Jeanette 11.17
its setting from around Holland. free block 258 .... .... ....-?_ Orenson Oborne ___ 2.44 Lots 7-11-13 block 5 Warren. ohnole 10.87
Lo t. Unknown 1.44 Je&De e
Furse, the captain and owner Lot 3. block 1. Lincoln Hts.:""Sub. = Jasper A Mary- Anderson 1 BUNNELL IIOMESITE9 1<' 11.37

of the boat Atlantic entered into Lots 4-5 block 1, Lincoln Hts. Sub. Jasper Mary Anderson 23.94 Lot 14 block 4 _____ Underwd d, Joe An.
Lots block 2. Lincoln Hts. Sub. Ed A Lucy London _____ 3.31 nle -
the adventure almost by ac Lot tlo 2. Lincoln Hts. Sub. Johnnie I & Martha Warren 3.31 "T. JOHNS DRV. CO. SUO. .12

Lot 9. block 4, Lincoln Hts. Sub .... Gladys Mills ---_ 3.31 i Tract 2 block IS 30 12 10 10 Lee D. 'E. _.
cadent, but he became the most Lots 2.3, block II, Lincoln fits Sub. Johnnie Warren --. 3.31 Tract 1 block 11 ...-._. 11 12 10 10 Benton MabelH. 2.70
important part of It. The ad. Lots 4-6-6-10, block 6, Lincoln Hts. SH of SH of SEtt 31 13 30 40 Kout, 33 11. Trustee_ 2'10
Sub. .._. .... ....... Johnnie Warren ___... ua JOHNSON BKACII; SUH. 26.19
venture consists of the search Lot 7, block 6 Johnnie Warren -- 3.11 Lot 6 block 1 ______ Ratsch 11. &
Lots 11-12 lo lcncg.lnLrnt: lu\It.: Grant to Hernandez : Lois 1.41

of a quarter of a million dollars Sub. ._ _________ Johnnie Warren __.... 4.00 book 40 page 39 _._ 40 10 31 1.91 H. __
worth of jewels which had been Lot 5, block 6, Lincoln Ht. Sub. __ James Butler __"___'1 1.21 O. H. Book 6 page RUI .. 40 10 11 O.U Whites. .A..t ,--.?.. 2.04MAONOLt&
Lot 14, block 4, Bunnell Homesltes Joseph & Annie Under- 2.64
aboard a boat which had :been wood .... 5.69 Lot 24 ___._______ Cannon, .c.
sunk to the Lots 12-13-14 block 1, Carver Sub Robert db Willie Mae Un- AltTSIA!! SUB. 2.54

deliberately prevent wood _.___...__.._ 7.56 4 _____ Qu. es
theft of the jewels. AH railroad property owned by Laboratories.
Florida East Coast Railway Co. Lot 2 block 9 -._.-.--. Abell 2.(6
Furse had more informationto within I the corporate limits of the SEC014Lotblock ADDITION TO ARTESIA V. &: Edith 2.64

the location of the sunken City of Bunnell. _..__._..____ 1,239.50 Part of govt lot 2 book
NANCY C. RODGERS City Tax Collector. City of Bunnell. Florida 53 page 124 -.-_ 9 11 31 2.50 Greene W,5, Jr.
boat than the remaining mem !RA
Lot 8 ..
bers of the search and becausethe NOTICE ---- Snoot [Evelyn A Hola
Harry .A. _
others know this, they tried S 2H acres of lot 10._ 26 11 31 250 Varn. \ Claude'_O. A 74.35

to force him into splitting with Is hereby given that on the let day of June 1965 at Dunne IIHUNRR ADDITION Mary dell* 3.04

County of Flagler, State of Florida tax sale certificates will be sold Lot 3 block 2 .. O'Brya/it.
them. of the following described land to pay the amount due for taxes KUNR1SR 1IRACII- H. E. 1.23

"TZT', nd out the end of this herein all set opposite the same together with all cost of such sale and Lot 11 except H/W AlA .

story and the mystery of the advertising.DALE B. BROWN, Tax Collector FlagUr County Florida Lot 8 except R/W________IA A_, LJnds-, ., W. IL {.!i
Description S T R .
A Taxes A CostsS70
Seven Flies, please come to the NWK of 8W<4 of NEtt 19 10 28 10 Berry David __ : block. 1 T KOlm ski Joseph A
That part of NW% of 01.
Lots 5-6 block 5 f '
library.By NEtt A NE% of -- ? McCumber. Abba a.22
Library Assistant, NW% north of R/R 20 10 28 28 Tllton. W. F. 7.61 COCIIKAN I'LACK; SLI1. .

Jack -Abbott E% of NEtt _......_ 20 10 28 80 Tllton W. F. A Evelyn Lot Lot 11 16 block block 6 7*- ,I Harr; William Jr. ___ 4.43
.M. L_ .J __, L. 76.10 KARLRY 1VD.Lots Tompkins George M. 68.78
That part R/R
A that tbf WH 1 to 5 incl Fields.. Owen G. A: Kas-

of NW Ve south of RIll 21 10. 28 380 Tllton. W. F. A Evelyn LAMA per P. C ...._ .,..,_... 11.11
PETERSON TEXACO 380 M. _._...< ..___..____1.1.12 Lot VISTA SUB.
All -_, -..-.._ 22 10 38' (40 Tllton. W, F. A Evelyn 41 block 2 -- Ferrell. Robert E A

SERVICE M. ....... .. 130.66 Grace D. ,_, 2.11l.ot
All .__.._..._____ 23 10 28 (43 Tilton W.,F. A Evelyn MIDWAY PARK ,
ROAD SERVICE M. ....-,.....? ISO,(0 25 _._ Miller Glenn J. A Ruth 17.48
All __.. 24 10 28 (26 :Tllton, wi..iij sun.
i Mechanical Work West 30'
Light M. _...._ 130.60 lot 8 & all lot
Pbone 437.3441 BunntURKQCKST All that portion north -- 10 block Z _- Henry Roger V Sr. A

of FEC R/W 26 10 28 400 Tllton W.W et al ..._ 81.91 Lots 4-5 block et al -_ 63.99
That part lying north 3 _____ Terrell.
of Rtt A SWtt of Lot 3 block 18 _____ Alice 12.00
ron BIDS JAIL iFLAGLBIl SW% .____. .... 27 10 28 144 Tilton, W. F. A Evelyns Lot 30 A 8H lot 31 Whltaker Isabella (.33

JAIL AUDITION COUNTY f .* M. >-f-......._..-,-.._ 36.21 block 23 _... YYl'rant" Jimmie W A

Notice I* hereby given that the v% &: W ot SE34 30 10 28 240 Triton' W F. A Evelyn Lot 3 block 40 <, Betty .-_. _?__,,.,.., (9.7|
Board of County Commissioners of E% of NW44 "W (, of M..oi.\, L- 106.76 Lot 4 block o-= ... I. 'r.t ., Lyon/llollle Whltaker _-___"J4.T1

Flakier sealed County bid Florida at the will cities receive of- NE14 _..............._ 31 10 28 1(0 Tllton. W. F. & Evelyn Lot 3 block 53KLAGLKH --- Taconis, Shirley Isabelle-_- "3.50.11
M.. ..._..._ 38.62 SUB.
Bunnell.the Clerk until of 7:30 the: P.M.Circuit, May Court 14, WH ...-_....,._-._ 34'' 10 28 300 T7iton7"w7F7 &: EvelynW Lots 7-8 block 85 __ Moody Co. 80.13

1966, for the following: M _.... -.?,. .:... 62.47 VENICE PARK !SUB.
% of SW14 8W h. That part of the NWtt .
, Labor hourly cost basis Including, for constructionof eupervielon.on of NW'4 _!_....._.....__.. 19 11 28 120 Tilton W. J.f. Pauline 25(8 northerly of block 47
addition to Flagler County Jail. EH of SWK of NWtt 28 11 ZI.2. Tllton, W. F. __.._ 4.73 of Amended Venice I j
All frac 6. -
ex R. Book Park and westerly of
(Material to be supplied by the
County). Builder: to supply necessary NK 4 P'I'E4J9 it"Eof 21 12 28 11.36 Ward. Jake P. 3.88 book Flagler 56 Ave. except 264- _

Detail to the work to bedone 8W34 M"'.___ 2 12 29 GaO Tllton a J. Land & 273349A book (7 ,:.<.'. '

1.aJou be y obtained Sheriff. from the NE1l4 ....._.....__........___ 3 12: 29 160 Cattle Tllton, Co.8. j.di 461.56 pages 3U.41 1.420 111-140-301-A book (8 'an

The Board reserves the right to Cattle Co. --' 79.503S.8 pages 31-271-176-298- "
NW% ex south 15 acres 308-366 .A O.R. book .y
reject bated a at y and liunnell all bids.Florida this & SKtt:: ..._..... 4 12 U 145 Bertha R! T. ..._.._ ( 1 pages 41-8).141-401- / .

4th day of May, 1968.UKOROia Wof of SW4.. 4.11 Z9 70 Bertha Robert T. S4.71 523 A O.R. book S .J .
EH of SEtt A l.l"Pt\
K. 8WHof pages (1-417-404 A ,
8Ett A 8% of 38- ; 'f' f- ,
Chairman Board of County NWU fiHOOIt. P'k 0'
"> Commissioners of SEtt except 6 ,
ATTEST: 6 pages 241EH pages 316-325 A O.R. -
E. A. SMYTHS, Cerk & 2U ----.-. I 12 39 149 Bertha Thomas ..___ 94.61 book tl afeaalti: I w. .
May 6-13 2toREqUISST book M O.R. "y
al'xnit ... ., .... .... 10 r',
11 11 29 315 Tllton, B. J. Land A A O.R. book page "" .L., ,..
FOIL BIDS Cattle Co ((.38 7$ .__ .. __. 12 13 33 .
'-?'-"- "
Sealed bids will be received In All __...._....._...... 11 11 21 (33 Tllton. 8. J. Land A AMRNDRIl VRNICR PARK Moody p Company' ___ 83.66

the offlca of the City Clerk of the Cattle Co. ._w .... .... 130.80 Blocks (4-67-71-76 canal r. Of-/.
City of Bunnell Florida In the ST. JOHN rAnK CO. SITD. R/W except that :,
Civic Center Building on or before Tract 1 block 15 __ 10 13 29 10 Knapp. George Jr. _._ !.7 0 part block 44 Included
4:30 p. m., on the 17th day of May Tract 2 block 3 31 IS 29 SOStlller. r' {.7 2 In Flagler Avenue Ad-
A. IX 19(6. for furnishing materials Tract 1-WH block b 21 13 39 10 Harrison I : 1i""W. dltlon A except book

and labor paving Cherry Street ;""' A. Jr. _._.___._ 3.30 60 page 107 A book
'from lr to Court Street Part of tract S-O. R. 68 pages 341-134 A
Bacher book 4' block IS page 374 .
Canal Street Street, from Chapel Moody Blvd.from to 393 __._..___....____ 37 1339S 1 Harding. Martin All That part of- -block- ----64- Moody Company 11.60

Moody Blvd., to Palm 8 :ttP h >< eon -..._.._..._._.?, 2.50 book: 60 page 107 Moody George _,
T. JOHN 1.53
Street from Moody Blvd. to HowStreet OCEAN CITY SUB.
Lot 3 block 16 Prlngle, John A Lot 3 block B ____ .
Orange Street from Moody tract Mary .1 1 Xre...,. Eva .._ .
Blvd. to Howe Street Lemon Street tl110t'1 1 A 8 All fraction section except 4.43
from Moody Blvd. to Howe Stree t. ...?_ ,_?..._ 36 13 39 20 Coppersmith B. 1.11 book 19 par 324
Howe Street from Lemon Street to Tract 3 block 8 __....._ 3 13 39 10 Thorpe, If. ii. ...._... T.te A M8.A. 2103 A exreptthat -
Anderson Street, and Lambert Street 8H of N% except SEtt part southwesterly
from Anderson Street to Orange of SEtt of NEtt: 37 13 39 110 Tomoka Tile Company SI.81 of southweterly -.
Street with asphalt with a mini SH of NHn ._... 38 13 39 140 Tomoka Tile' Company 3J.14 boundary of canal
mum thickness of one Inch. Lot LAKE 53 book 54 page 351 37 13 39 (0 Tllton. 8. J. Jr. 17.0 RAVKlQt'AY --..._.___ 34 13 31 Wood. E. U Trusts _
paving to Include
coat and cleaning of portions tack to Lot 3 block S .....___ Rltts. E. H. A Ruby 1.00 Lot 14 block Fuquay Watkins, Cathleen
be paved The streets listed MeqtKRNPARK SUB Lots 3324 block 4 __. 6.33
total twenty-one blocks and above will Lot 32 blk 3 ............_.... Strickland. R.L. A Dor A Snyder Kati.rtne Christina

require) approximately ISO tons for RAXLRY SUB othy ,.?.....-.....- !.3 0 Lot 8 block I K..I,.. Eva _HCharest. ; 4.33 8.73
Lot 4 block 10
a be complete equal to job.the All material Is to Lot SO ._.__ Baxley. Catherine ___ 6.31 Lot 2* block 7 ArdUn 3.64
minimum specifications Lot 10 .._....,,. tlr..n, J. W. A Mabel
required Smith Jack A Lucille It." Lots IS thru SO. block 13
by the State Road Wallace IU:
Department for materials used In Lot 13 _........ niddena. Eagle Mae __ 1.60 Lot 3 block 17 _- R. 1. _
constructing Lot B Thomas. Pearl Lee 14.18 lots 9-10-11 block SO .romeroy, Cora W. 1.41
secondary roads. The
bid Is to be submitted on a per ton Lot 36 .._,. ,._._, ._ Robinson Sylvester ._ 17." loio.t lot 14 Drucko. Elisabeth 71Romono. 33.34
Lot 9 "Iot'ilrbl
basis for a complete job. Adams Charles Willie 17." 30
The City Commissioners reserve Lot 17 Brown. Willis Jr. -- _,., 1I.n Lot 18 block 32 Elisabeth ..71
the right to reject any and all bids Lot 37 --.. Harris Martha Ma 17." Lot 17 block 33 ., Thompson.Tbom Edith __,. 71.14
Part of NWU of NE1 son Edith U 6.32
and to waive Informalities In Lots 31-33 block 36 _
bidding. any book 58 page 208 31 11 10 O.S3 Olddens. Frank A Essl (2.47 Lots 1 through 10 A IS Kressly, Eva ..:. 8.33
WITNESS hand and Lot S block f. ,.. ., Favors Hugh 21.09 through 34 block 33
my official
seal this 4th day of May A. D. Lot 7 block K _____ Olddens, Florence 19(8 Lots 1-f block SS __ Kloska, Olga -_. 2UI
1l6S. Lot 8 block M -..?,-,-?.? Glddens. Frank __ 27.91 Part of W** an. book Pr.cht, Mrs. IC. J. r '
M. B. MeDANIEL Mayor !T. JOHNS DRV. CO. SUD. T pages 537-618 n
11 12 sun
City of Bunnell. Florida Blocks 3-4.5.4 _, 7 13 SO 1(0 Tllton. B. J. Land A Woods, Edward I.
A Cattle Co. _.. ...._ 31.t6 'NORNIN(3SIDR! Ira. Tru.t.. n...
Nancy G Rodgers. City Clerk. Tract 3 block T v---i I 11 I: 10 r..B.o.i.orCn P. .... 3.70 Lot 1 block I Wilson.
Block It-All 40 A. r. lit
:Day I.U-Ito Tllton. ASO Lot 8 block 9 _...
Cattle Co. _... f.U tot 7 block 12 Herd a a A Doris 860
Tracts 1-3 blk 13 __. T 13 SO Tllton. 8. J. Land A Blocks 17 through-2( A Thompson .Edith U ..U

Cattle Co. ,.. ....... '.U block 33 -
Block it-All ..... 7 13 30 40 Tllton. J. Land A Wood, Edmund L. tnuZunno. -
mrlhautfDVKKICLLo Coe
31lagltr <'atUe f.!! Lot S block S3 JUt
Tract 3 block 14 u.-., T 13 30 10 3.J. Land A MOON St'RDITICiON"" Evelyn T"Horten. 1.03
Cattle Co. 3.30 Lot 38 block 2
FLORIDA Tract 3 block 1 9 13 30 20 Flagler Cattl; R. E. A Ellma-
A. he. Buyers 11..b ATLANTA BEAR bethTroiitman.w "-' .93
:MRS. Xta FULLER, Editor Tract C block C _____ 9 13 SO 10 Me1wod.Ourl.y Lots 11 through 14

ba -..--... 3-10 block<< I
TOWN or nr-! NKLL Lot I block- 3-.. Ernest n."
De....*... newsNNS I.. all Lots 1-3 blk 19 -._...- Johnston, Walton i A LemolD. Pierre A
Legal Atari.!** AII_ ,.f6 Lots 11 through U Helen 1.11
Lots 4-S-6.7-8 bloek 83 KobylarskL Elisabeth 79** bleep 8
Lots 11-13 block (9 __ Wilson Grant. Estate .. < WARRiC i 9'ARK ESTATE' Trowtnuui. ErtteatBodlan. 29.17
Entered as second class matter Let t blk 89 _, Tl A P Inc. ,,.... I._. Lnts 29.35 block B ..
February I. 1111. at the po-U 8U lots 9S __ Murray. Mercedes __ TOWN OP p'AYORPITTA lobe Ut
os -ot\rC'hD. I.Ir1irI4.aDde... NEH lots 1111ljb O 93 Davis Ells -- = ,I.:: 8\: NEV of
Act 3. Lots 4-9-10-11 block 98 MeKensle.. H. Rstat IS IT K of $Eti :t\\ : 11 11 tl "
Lots 1-3-3-13 block 93 MeKens1.W. JL Estate 37.91 PALE (1AR01'N1. Prestige Builders me. T.28
Lot 1 block 123 Cms*. John A Vera 3.36 Part of RED! book 31Pg
yap Northeasterly >4 lots SS3 less
R/W of
.U .*.(_* __a.. 11-13. block 133 Tie*!. NesJI -_ 11.37 Hwy No. 1 ..... .--..- S3 13 II t,70
w Lots 9-10 block 133 Whlpper. :Mae Dell ... ..1 i DALE a BROWN Tae Collator PuWr. GA Ml
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j stint find It easy to turn a can Florida Counties furnished will be treated In con agencies and l duallncl j;
Gardening In Florida 'bottoms-up and spank a plant I, fidence. ing Congress, the Nod Industry ''I
(By Htror Shop) into a new life in the yard. In Included in FoodI When the Information has I I and educators-have indicatedan
stubborn cases you may have to been collected, processed and interest in the results of
Try test tube gardening. It is perform ,a Caesarean section on i analyzed, it Is expected to pro. this national survey The information
a good way to germinate super. the can. No surgical experience Survey by NationTwelve vide an overall picture of food j I obtained will be helpfulin
tiny coleus seed if you can't get I Its necessary for this operation, consumption patterns of representative guiding farm and food policies .
nature to cooperate the usual merely silt the sides of the can counties in Florida are I U.S. households in I as well as appraising the
way. in a couple of places with tin Included in a national survey of I each of four seasons. nutritional adequacy of U.S.

The project will cause no I snips or a tool designed for the eating habits now being made I The data will be analyzed to diets and In conducting con
trouble at all if you substitutean Job. by the U.S. Department of Agriculture I determine the nutritive content I sumer education programs.

'ole fashion square-type pint Complete the transplanting by I of the food consumed. Finally, I It will also help in analyzing
milk bottle for the scientist's forming a saucer of earth Householders in Bradford researchers will appraise trendsin I the demand for agricultural

vial.First around each plant. This,will al Broward Calhoun, Clay, Frank. food consumption and dietary products and in conducting research -
fill the bottle about a low the plant to drink in life lln, Gulf, Liberty Manatee, Nas patterns in the United States designed to lower costs
third full of top grade peat, or giving rainfall and hasten re- sau, Pinellas, Sarasota, and over the past three decades. of processing and distribution of
the super One earthworm bed from the transplanting Wakulla counties are being in Many public and private food.

material. Both items are avail I covery tervlewed this month as a part"....... .............. .... .. ,-
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able from the local I
garden sup For faster growth, add a tablespoonful of the nationwide 'survey, specialists
ply store. of garden fertilizer to with the Florida Agricultural I FOR ALL HOURS-DAY OR NIGHT
Next, hold the bottle in a horizontal Extension Services re
each gallon of water applied to
position and shake the the plant during the planting port. The City of Tampa is also I AMBULANCE
semidry material level. If you included in the national study
process. PHONE VAlley 4 1625
don't feel up to the shaking op Shading newly set plants from of eating habits. SER'VICE
eration, ask a teenager to hold the rays of hot Sol is a good The households interviewedwill ST AUGUSTINE FLORIDA

the bottle while doing the twist. idea. Palmetto fans, Spanishmoss be asked to furnish information N.T t be b..ltunt about calling a Garcia Ambulance. We
Use stick or a
a popslckle
the kinds and
attached to sticks and on quan
special whittled wooden paddle me always at your seiTlc with promptness safety and
newspapers or other Items around tltes of foods used during the I
k to the organic material xperlroc-
press the house can be used. week preceding the interview. -
Into a fluffy seedbed. Use a sipping They will also be asked about
Equipped With Oxygen Resusitator and Inhalator
straw, flattened on one end,,
at home and
Sportsmen who lose their food eaten away ::
to scatter the dark, speck-sized hunting or fishing licenses may from home during the previousday :: Garcia Funeral HomeP.
seeds. fine mist of
Usually a
obtain a duplicate for 25: rents by individual family mem
4 water from an atomizer will from the office of the county bers. E. GARCIA, Licensed Funeral Director
cover the seeds. Judge who issued the original Participation In the survey is LADY ASSISTANT
Place the capped bottle in a and all Information .
license. voluntary II.1 II II I.Ii II.1
1, horlztonal position In a warm, .
shady location that is handy for
daily Inspection. Don't over.
water;' nor let the seeds dry out. like
If disaster
Actually, the condensation wa a
; ter dripping back on the seeds '

will When save the watering glass grown time. plants should strike our town. '" ;:' 0 :..: <; ;;,

reach the several leaf stage, the ,
question Is: Break or not to '
break? If you fear broken
glass, tease the plants from the how well would you be protected
milk bottle with a small forked
stick. As you get the plants out.
side, transplant them Into small
peat pots filled with peat.
Upon reaching a respectable
lie that you are not ashamed Here's proof that your best protect

of, place the coleus plants, Including tion comes through an independent
the peat pot, into rich
insurance agent:
loamy soil where they can grow
all summer.
Coleus plants grow best in Most serious complaints ,

I seml-shade. They make attrac ., about payment of insurance
live border plantings and can A
I be sheared into a small formal claims arc made by

hedge. If you root the hedge people who have not insured ,.,
trimmings under constant mist their homes thru 'ww "a
J you can soon have a yard full _
of mult1-colored plants.TraDIplcmt1Dg. local,established agents, ,

Don't procrastinate any long. ..says LegislativeInvestigating
er if cuttings made last summer CommitteeIn
are still In gallon cans. By
now they are surely getting root

bound and turning an uncomfortable its Official Report on loss adjustments {

yellow. made in the wake of r rr
Before getting the urge to \
Hurricane Carla the Committee
transplant, review your land s
scaping plans and make sure of of the Texas House of Representatives ''

the planting sites before you gave full credit for respon i
dig. Prepare the site by loosen. those I
sible performance to com t
Ing up the soil at least.lS Inches
deep and a foot or so In diameter paniesreprescntedbyindependcntagents.
If you discover that the soil How to protect yourself. When I

is as poor as you are alter pay. disaster strikes and your home,
ing Income taxes, make the sol!
richer with organic materials. car, or business is damaged, make

I Be sure to mix organic matter sure you have an independent insurance +

,, throughout the planting site. agent on your side-a local g a ,,

i Removing plants from gallon agent who made sure you had
,,', cans is no trouble at all If you
the right insurance with the right
". ] give the soil In the can a good
watering. This preparatory soakIng kind of company: in the first place

will ease your labor and ...who represents companies that

the plant's pain. arc noted for their fast, fair pay
.: Gardeners with maternal In.
ment of claims.

We are local, independent insurance also when you have a loss. There ing,personal attention you need in

s agents. We serve you first Is no extra charge for our services. insurance protection The Dig Dif

..not only when you buy your car, As independent insurance ferenceincarhomeorbusinessin

", home,or business insurance..but agents, we give you the continu surance. Call us..or stop in soon.

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Social a question concerning their ben vial security, The January 1965 \
, Security efits or responsibilities. benefit payment marked the

Benfits Listed in The average monthly old-age 300th month of payment since
\ montly benefits first became
retirement benefit in January Us
Call On
payable in January 1940. The
Flagler CountyMonthly was $77.57 for all states, while number of monthly benefits cur:
In the State of Florida the average i
rently being paid will reach the
old age, survivors, I was $78.77, Mr. Eadie said. 20 million mark in 1965. In addition .
and disability Insurance benefits The following table shows the August is the 30th an.
! in Flagler County now top $38- number and amount of each nlversary of the signing of the
816, M. D. Eadie, district manager type of monthly benefit paid in Social Security Act by President
of social security in Daytona Flagler County, as of December Franklin D. Roosevelt, Eadie When -
Beach, said today on releasinghis 31, 1964. said. > .
annual county benefit, data Group Number Payments:
report. Retired worker 337 $25,259 I
I Wife or husband 82 3,359 The abacus, a frame with
The new monthly figure rep- Widow or widower 40 2,546 I beads strung on wires, is a forerunner -
resents an Increase of $1,474 i Mother and children 93 3,414 of the modern electronic ;
over the corresponding period Disabled workers and I computers. Although It goes You Need
last year. I I dependents 73 4,238 back several thousand years, it
"This Increase can be attrib- The year 1965 marks several I I is undoubtedly 'still the most
uted to7 the changes In the law !milestones In the history of so- widely used digital computer. .
in recent years, as well as to I
the growth of our aged population
," Eadie said. "This money 24 Hour'
stimulates county business; Wrecker Service GOODPrinting
most of It Is spent for food,
clothing, and shelter." I

"There is no longer any doubt.. Flagler Truck & Tractor CO. \
Social security benefits are helping -
to stabllze the income and I MASSEYFERGUSONGrove
spending power of many residents Farm, Industrial Equipment
in Flagler County."
Monthly benefits first became Owner Bunnell, Florida
payable In January 1940, and .
they have continued without Interruption .
for years, accompanied .
by a steady growth In the
number of beneficiaries. Eadie CRAIG FUNERAL HOME ..., c ,
noted that as of December 31, ''I .
1964, some 625 Flagler Countlans A. B. CRAIG Funeral Director

were collecting about $365,000 JOHN CAPO. Associate OFFICE FORMS-
annually from social security.!:
More people In Flagler County, AIR LADY OXYGEN
curity benefits if they knew I AMBULANCES
more about the law, and for I
, that reason they are urged to Phone ID 7-3532
visit or call the local social se- "
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Miss;! Lynn Farnsworth will fifth grade students were '
become the bride of Thomas A. guests of the Parent-Teacher Association :
Karcher on Saturday, May 15 at Tuesday evening. Patty I PRICES GOOD THURS., FRI., SAT., QUANTITY RIGHTS I
7 P.M. at the Trinity Episcopal Meekins said the Lincoln's Get MAY 6, 7,8, 1965 RESERVED
Church in St.* Augustine.Miss tysburg Address and Wayne i
Farnsworth is the daughter Hutcheson the Preamble to the
of Mr. and Mrs. Stanley Constitution.The I U. S. CHOICE GRADE AGED BEEF FRESH BOSTON BUTT

Farnsworth, owners of the Beach usual business followedand SIRLOIN OR RIB PORK
Comber Motel., Mr. Karcher is the new officers were indstalled

the son of Mr. and Mrs. George at this last meeting of STEAK Lb. 89p ROAST Lb. 49''
Karcher of Brooklyn, N. Y. and the school .year. Mrs. Robert I
is stationed with the U.S. Navyin McDaniel, president; Mrs.
Sanford.A Charles Meekins, vice president;
reception will be held at Mrs. Ted Heln, secretary; and CHOICE WESTERN CORN FED

the Beach Comber Motel and all Mrs. Donald Kaufman, treasurer, CENTER RIB
friends and relatives of the were Installed by Mrs. Leonard SHORT RIBS 39C
couple are cordially Invited -to Johnson", a past president. PORK CHO P S Lb. 69 P

both the wedding and the recep Mrs. Bob Whitney was presented BRISKET STEW..?............... Ib ..29c
tion. her past president's pin by
Mrs. Johnson, and W. E. Fen-
SURPRISE BIRTHDAY nell, Jr., principal, presented her
PARTY FOR MISS BOURNE with a gift from the executive SLICED

Miss Betty Lynn Bourne was I board.Mr. Fennell then introduced STEAKS Pkg.6 of 59', BACON Lb. 53'

surprised on her 17th birthday Benton F. Clifton, supervising
anniversary Tuesday evening principal, who enlightened the
with a Chinese buffet dinner. group on the transition students
The clever hostesses were her must make when they leave the I
sister, Anne Bourne and Johnnie Flagler Beach Elementary School
Ruth Miller. They were assistedin and enter the Junior High Schoolin CHASE & SANBORN HERSHEY'S

serving by Kathy Bourne and Bunnell. He expressed one
Barbara Wilson, who were important thing-that the students I
dressed in Chinese costumes and must rapidly become self. COFFEE. SUGAR
used Chinese mannerisms while
,disciplined to make this change ,
serving. successfully.
Chinese lanterns, fans, deco= Following the program, the 1 Lb.
ratlve scrolls and original place first and second grade room Can 59 5 Bag 39
cards with Chinese writing, en mothers'served punch and cook
hanced the oriental atmosphere. ies. The, first grade also won
Typical 'foods were served, complete the room count. Limit 1 with $5.00 or more food order Limit 1 with $5.00 or more food order
o with chopsticks and for.

tune cookies. A beautiful Chinese WOMAN'S CLUB TO .
doll centerpiece was used MEET TUESDAYThe
for added decoration.The .
hostesses the newly elected board of 21/Q SWEET TREET 303 SUNLITEPINEAPPLE39'TOMA
the Flagler Woman's Club will
evening well, Including an au. preside at their first business
thentic Chinese and 8 $100
meeting Tuesday, May 11. sTOES
speaking their greetings and .
The meeting will be at 2 p.m. .
goodbys in Chinese.
at the clubhouse, 1524 S. Central .
Friends enjoying 'the oriental
Ave. The Tuesday date will VIENNA
evening with the of honor
guest enable the board to attend a 46 OZ. HI "C" (FRUIT
and the hostesses Jo Anne
district six workshop being held ANY FLAVOR) SAUSAGE 6 For $100
Wilson, Kay Weaver, Heidi In Eau Gallle on Wednesday.Miss .
Eisenbach, Susan McMillan,
Emily Gage, president '
Marilyn McNab and Brenda DRINK 3 For 99'
Aaron. urges all members to be pres. FABULOUS
ent when she will announce the GiantBox
committee chairmen for the FAB 69*
coming year. Plans will also
be made for the summer months. TOMATO Limit 1 Plea.eJUICE
Over the weekend 15 boys of
Scout Troop 495, sponsored by COMMUNITY MEMORIAL 3 For 89P FROZEN FOODS
the Flagler Beach Methodist CHURCH SERVICES
Men's Club, attended the Scout. Sunday school at 9:45: ; wore WINTER GARDEN
O-Rama at the new: Halifax ship at 11; sermon topic "Home STRAW
Council camp grounds at Port Over Yonder." Fellowship supper 10 Oz.WINESAP .
Orange. The boys were accom Thursday at 6 P.M. Every. BERRIES 2 ",.. 49*
pained by Scoutmaster Les one welcome. Rev. R. W. Dickert,
Waterman and Asst Scoutmaster 4 Lb.
r f' E. Lester Stanton. pastor. APPLES Bag 39P WINTER GARDEN MEAT

I\ The boys divided Into two Visiting this past week with 80z.Pies.
t patrols and participated in all Mr. and Mrs. Bob Whitney and PIES 6 900
events except two (because of family were Mr. and Mrs. Mat. LARGE SWEET AND JUICY .
lack of materials). One patrol thew DeMaria and daughter, S
i" won honor ribbons In first aid Elaine, from East Patterson, New ORANGES Dozen 39 'BAKERY

,. and compass course. ,Jersey. Mrs. DeMaria and Mrs. 16 OZ. EVER FRESH ANGLE FOOD
Saturday evening the boys enjoyed Whitney are sisters.

,.;.. \ a big council fire and LARGE CRISPY CAKE Each 39PCELERY
watched the Order of the Arrow Mr. and Mrs. A. O. Brantley .
tap out. About 300 Scouts attended of Fort Lauderdale visited here 229'TOMATOES' I
I, the weekend activities Tuesday through today with DAIRY
" and Rev. Stanton delivered the friends. They are former residents .

Sunday morning sermon to all and moved to Fort Lau KRAFT PURE FLORIDA ORANGE
t" Protestant boys present. derdale last year to reside so Lb.
The Scout-O-Rama, which began they could be near their son and r 29' JUICE. QL 35 ;

6. Friday evening, ended Sunday daughter In law.THANK.
iI afternoon and all boys returned -

feeling they had learned much I would like to take this Bun. 180 s.Cans.
'0 from the weekend. means of thanking all my RADISHES 2 For 19' BISCUITS 'i 35'WVWJVWYVWUV '.
Boys attending were: Eddie friends for their cards visits,
Dodlmead David Johnson, Bob. flowers and their prayers whileI
by Misslnne, Wayne Hutcheson was a patient at the Bunnell ..WWVWVWVYWVWWWV
t Jail Heln. David Miller, Lee General Hospital. EXTRA
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Waterman, Bruce Arnold Frederick ,
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"; Grady Prather and Tommy Al JX50ATEAR With this coupon and your ;, With this coupon and your%With this coupon and your

len.The expressed appreciation purchase of Three (3) purchase of Three (3) 5 purchase of One Broom
to boys Mr. Waterman Rev. O. F. ALT70RD Cutup or Whole Fryers 3j Doz. Eggs, Any Size or MopS

Stanton Howard Lerch Ted Registered

Heln, Vernon Raymond, Lyman Real Estate Broker Coupon Expires Coupon Expires Coupon Expires
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OX TAILS 4 $1 ;, : "I

PERSONALS Merchants RIB TIPS 5 lb. $1 '\

'. HOG MAWS S Ibs.6b.l. $1 ii''

$ ;
PIG TAILS S lbs. g ) ,
"h: PIG FEET ';".;
/ S $1
Ria Nell Johnston Gloria Harding lbs.

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a u.S. D. A. CHOICE BEEF SALE : !,i'f!'

1 I I If SIRLOIN '' ,"::':,

kFj f ROUND STEAK lb. 89 1:j

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'" Old Fashioned HOOP ,
c. cOwn BAR.B.QUED P

CHEESE lb 49- yI

r, y:. ilk BOAST I,

Armour Star
(Table Ready)
Joan Harding !b 89
,. .' CartmillJohnstonEngagement ---,) 'FRANKS 1 lb Cello 49 0
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AnnouncedMr. ..'
; and Mrs. A. B. Johnston i Fresh Fla. Grade "A" D & D ((2-2% Ib Avg. (CUT TO ORDER) \ '

I r':" '.: of Bunnell announce the engagement -
.;\ of their: daughter, t t j
.';t Rla Nell, to Mr. James Donald lb.31C
I Cartmlll son of Mr. and 'Mrs. .
I \ J. C. Cartmill of Greenville*_Flor. fyFe ,
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Ida.The wedding date' has been Our Value 303 Can \4
4 set for June 18, 196.5, at the First
Methodist Church of Bunnell at TOMATOES Each tOe ; j ti

,) \ seven thirty In the evening. F A B
,"'" Following the ceremony a re- '
\, ceptlon will be held at the Bun ;"+ 'm. Our Value COLLARD-MUSTARD-TURNIP :!
nell.Civic. Center. No Invitations e
.r4, I are being mailed. All friends: GREENS Canl0e 2Seg 49cLimit i
are Invited to both the ceremony
r and reception.The 2 with $5.00 or more food oredr
It bride-elect Is a graduateof Lykes 4 15 oz. Can

the Bunnell High School and CORNED $11'00
is a Junior at Florida State University BEEF HASH 3 for Red or Yellow HAWAIIAN 46 oz. Can
in Tallahassee. Hardings Announce ,
... Mr. Cartmill Is a graduate of i Engagement of PUNCH 3 foIOO
the Greenville High School, the Their Daughters "
; North Florida Junior College and I Mr. and Mrs. Bert Harding of DAIRY SPECIAL _
.... is a senior at Florida State University Bunnell announce the engagement *
in Tallahassee. lie will of their daughters, Joan Marigold (1 tb Solid)
Join the State Highway Patrolin Margaret to Mr. William Henry

July. Mr.Powell George and William Gloria Carlette Twigg. to 1 Tin 58C, OLEO 2 Ibs 35c

( NAZI1LA TRADCOMPLETES ,, Both Joan and Gloria are Limit 1 with $5.00 or more food order FROZEN FOODS _
,. COURSE graduates of Bunnell High School
.. Mrs. Nazhla Trad of Bunnellwas 'I I'and both attended the Daytona Birds Eye (Assorted) Family Size
one of 11 area residents Beach Junior College. Joan is
finishing training last week in employed with the Volusla County FRESH PRODUCE VEGETABLES Each 25c
Credit Fundamentals at Mary! Board of Public Instruction..
Karl Vocational Division of the Gloria Is employed with the Firm Ripe

Daytona Beach Junior College. State Road Department In the TOMATOES Zge Our ValueSHORTENING
"it, The course requires 42 hours local office. Ib
of classroom training. Mr. Powell U the son of Mr. Calif. SunkUtLEMONS
and Mrs. Calvin Powell of Pier
: 1 Visiting with her mother, Mrs. IOn. He Is engaged In the farmIng oo,39e
Ruth Smith of Artesia Park and:. and cattle business at Pier 3 ibLarge 48e
her brother Virgil Smith and son Florida.Mr. Tin
.: Twigg is the son of Mr..
family in Flagler Beach Thursday
Limit 1 with $5.00 or more food order
and Friday was Mrs. W. F. and Mrs. W. M Twigg of Dade CELERY fOe
Lawton and daughters, Kim and City, Florida. He is employedwith Each
I Tracy of Baldwin. Mr. Lawton the Farrons Tree Surgeons -.-.-..
'I was a patient In the Flagler of Jacksonville and is foreman
Hospital In St. Augustine for'of! District 12. He is presently I I
minor surgery on his leg. The residing at Flagler Beach. 50 100 50 IiJwith
Lawtons, are former residents of The date set for the double

BunnelL wedding Is June 4. 196S. coupon & purchase with coupon & purchase with coupon & purchase
1 of (1) Child's of (1) 20 Gal. of $1.00 or more
, Andy Yelvlngton was a business I Mrs. R. D. Moore, who is visitIng / AUTO HARNESS GARBAGE CAN DENTAL SUPPLIES
visitor In Miami several with her son In law and Coupon Void After < Coupon Void After Coupon Void After <

days last weekv I II I I daughter Johnston, had Mr. and the misfortune Mrs. Danny of Sunday- May 9-, 1965- --) :-. Sunday, May 9, 1965 Sunday, May 9, 1963'ssIfiJJjJf"T J

Airman John Metts Is spend breaking a bone In her foot Jutw"k.

ing a 20-day fourlough here .
with his parents, Mr. and Mrs.I,
Carlton Johnston. Young Metts' CARD or THANKS o
attended school at Shepard Air I We wish to express our appreciation
Force Base, Texas, and completed to all our relatives
his courSe of aircraft main. and friends for the flowers, visitsand RODGERS
\ trainee in helicopters. After his all other acts of kindnessduring STORE
furlough he is assigned to Turner the sickness and death of
Air Force Base at Albany, Ca., our husband and father. Lee
)steer. I

Mrs. Ray Carle was called to Your thoughtfulness will always
be remembered. May Cod Phone 4373227
Parlerton Pa., last weekby the
death of her aunt )Irs. Bertha bless each of )'OU. OPEN SUNDAYS U.!. No. 1 BUNNELL
She is expected to return The family ofLee 8iOO a.m-ll00 p.m.
Sebrite.home during the wrekt'n4.I I Osteen., Quantity Rights Reserved PRICES GOOD MAY S, 7,8, 8, 1965


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MR. AND MRS. WOODMEN, OF THE YEAR April-May Dry fact that the period at the end
of April through May Is dry..
Weather MonthsThe They have considerable Investment .
in irrigation systems because .
recent dry spell, In the they expect this situationto
state which many people occur In a majority of years,"
thought to be unseansonable, Butson said.
was not exceptional, according
4! + : "But as far as dought in April
to Keith Butson, state climatol-
the situation Is
and May
recurrent *
ogist at the Florida Agricultural
," he added.
Experiment Stations.

"Often we have a dry periodat Some of the first underwater
V the end of April, this is were
o s t ,! N a pictures made In the crystal
rather established period of dry clear water of Florida's Silver .
% I Is. weather and not anything ex Springs\ by PhotographerBruce
j ceptional," he said. Moeart with' a home.
He pointed out that Florida's made underwater camera hous
+ citrus Industry has accepted the ing. '

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AlA & N. 5th St., Flagler Beach
Phone 439.9221

Free Wash With Each Lute & Oil Change

to right: Mrs. Sheppard, Mrs. Cora Buckles, Jack Massey, Raymond Kilgore. v
Jack Massey, Cora Buckles are named Mr. and Mrs. Woodmen of the Year In talatka on April CREDIT CARD SALES NO DOWN PAYMENT
14. The announcement of the award winners was made by the 1963.64 winners, Mrs. Ed Shep-
pard and Raymond Kilgore, at a banquet held at the Silver Leaf Court.
Mr. Massey and Mrs. Buckles were selected for the coveted award and were presented bronze '---
engraved plaques In recognition for their outstanding work with the Woodmen of the World I

Camp 7 and Court 796 of Palatka. I
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provide slightly more edible parsley or marachino cherries,I 4? 'L No'1'I
Valuable Hints I
I meat than those labeled as crab apples centered with yellow I II gee .
'smoked hams. Boneless hams peach halves, or pear halves tjGWL
On Buying HamBaked filled with crushed cranberriesor I
'II'should yield five servings.Ask dsct c;...
the butcher to saw red relish.
ham Is a ,traditionalof I:through the hock bone so that &tbtq
rrl your.
foods. Meats Specialist the hock can be removed with SHARKS EAT MORAY EELS
Robert L. Reddish, Florida Dr'j: knife for seasoning vegetables. .
cultural Extension Service, a Equipped with long sharp sU r. ? .
that your local retailer may Before cooking the ham, In. teeth and an uncivil disposition,
sert a meat thermometer in the the green moray eel has few
have one or more packer brands ---
center at the thickest part of enemies other than sharks, ac. :; tt'l)1tuq
of smoked ham. Some sell I j
bone cording to Marineland. The
the ham, not touching or
with bone in, semi-boneless, and i
I fat. The fat side or outside of green or chartreuse coloration Is Stdre
boneless, all 'at economical
the ham should be facing up. due not only to a pigment of
prices. I Weigh the ham and estimate that hue, but to the combinationof I

What should you look for Ina I cooking time required at 18.20 a bright yellow slime or mu.. 437-3325 BUNNELL
ham? Select whole hams I I minutes per pound. Calculateand cus on a grey-blue skin.
which have this, fat layers, large{ mark time In and time out --
plump muscles, short shank and I of oven.
plenty of firmness. The ham Place the ham with fat side
which is plump and meaty has up on a rack In a shallow roast.
thick full sides. Ing pan. Do not add water or $3,000.00
How much should you buy? cover and do not baste. The
.You can expect about 2% servings preheated oven should be set at ;
of cooked meat per pound 300.325 degrees F.
from a whole smoked ham. Hams If you wish to glaze a ham,
labeled as fully cooked wouldHASTINGS half an hour before cooking time,
------ stud the ham with cloves and REWARD "
glaze with 1 cup of red jelly
MATTRESS mixed with V4 teaspoon mustard
& UPHOLSTRY WORKS and 2 teaspoons horserad
710.12 Lemon St. i ish. To dress up the ham, remove *
Palatka Florida l the skin with a knife,
Phone EA 5-9166 score the thin fat layer with a IS OFFEREDFor
Furnltu-t. Upholstering checkerboard design.
Repaired & Refinished I The properly cooked ham I
Mattresses & Box Springs should be removed from the

Made Call Laura\o Order.Morris Also Renovated 437.3233 I I oven and kept In a warm place information leading to the ar-
: I t l for It to rest for about 15 min.
, After
8:00 P. M.
will be
i I utes. :The rested ham

'(,. BUDGET PRICES PLAN REASONABLE.IF NEEDED. firmer and easier to carve than and of
of the oven. rest
Just as near as your a ham just any personor
\ Phone or Post Office While the baked ham Is rest.
Drop Us A Card or Call big, garnish It with orange or

,. Free Pickup & Delivery pineapple slices-centered--with persons for cattle theft in


I k, W. H. SIMMONS Flagler CountyProvided

I I' Registered Land SurveyorP. however, if two or more convictions should be obtained which art

O. Box 687 BUNNELL, FLA. based on same set of facts, only one reward will be paid.

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:':' has opened an office on the $ 500 Florida Cattlemen's Association

t, South side of Moody Boulevard $ 500 Flagler County Cattlemen's Association

iY/ .for your convenience $2000 Individual Cattlemen

f r'"
.. between U. S. I and Railroad
:' Reward it offered for information leading "to the arrest

and conrction of any person or persons breaking, injure
' the Barber
to Shop
> $1 1 00 ing Association., throwing down fences and fates of members of this

\v' I have the notes of the late

: D. D. MOODY Flagler County Cattlemen's Assn


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ReForestationOf Track counts indicate that near- three different levels or phasesof I
ly 40 deer choose the 75 percent radiation used. The very low .l ;
Slash Pine cleared land over 100 percent dose is used In control of insects I' : s.FIRD THE EXPERT ,. "'
cleared, in which daily track average and preventing sprouting' .\ ,} ".
was 18.2, the 50 percent of potato plants while in store : '
And Use cleared land, in which the daily age. The low level used in treatment i l\

track count was 33.6 and the of vegetables and fruits is I'' .) .:i, tt
Florida deer and other game uncleared which had a track known as pasteurization. The ,. : I
animal populations mar increase count of 26.6. amount of radiation used isbe.j "!
in the future because of Of the total 12 square miles tween 50 and 500 kilo I'
research underway at the Flor- involved in the study, only 9 high level of eradiation is used I !,.
ida Agricultural Experiment were affected by the clearingand mostly in the treatment of I 4', p
Station in Gainesville. planting operations for a meats. This process is knownas fI. "

Dr. S. L. Beckwlth associate total of 4,320 acres or about 10 sterilization. '.,' !\

forester at the experiment sta. percent of the total.Experiments So far, Dr. Ahmed has found : .'! .
I Experience Is Important to value of experience when r
tion, is conducting research that the strawberry is most
almost every undertaking. Experts setting out to purchase a particular
which studies the relationship adapted to eradiation. "This is
between forest site preparationby on our baby," he commented. may disagree on the product or service.

mechanical means and wild Food EradiationFlorida "Normally, the mold growth will amount of luck involved In We expect quality and
life. Also he is attempting to set in two or three days and catching a "limit" when good service, all of us. Ex. '
determine what effect site prep- Agriculture Experi decay the fruit. But through you're out fishing your favor. perlence has shown most of I
aration has on native vegeta ment Station researchers are eradiation we can extend the It stream but wilt deny
tion what of involved in shelf life to us that the best place to get .
proportion an area presently a screen seven or eight days,
can be site prepared without ing process to determine which he said. that It certainly helps If you both Is by doing business

Impaling Its usefulness to deer level of radiation can preserve Dr. Ahmed says that eating know where the fish are, how with the qualified local mere
and the contribution to game frults,and vegetables longer. food which has been eradiated deep to fish for them and the chant--the man who makes

production. Through trying to extend the is 100 percent safe It is abso- type of "bait" they prefer. It his fob to serve well today .

The research area is locatedon storage life, they also are attempting lutely harmless. The average consumer In order to get more business
the Citrus Tract of the With- to control color, texture The experiment station utilizes the
gives some thought to tomorrow.
lacoochee State Forest, situated flavor and most important, Cobalt 60 as a source of radia
in west-central peninsula Florida mold growth. In eradiating ripe tion. It is capable of delivering
between Inverness and fruits, growth of 'micro-organ 400 kilo rads of radiation per I
Brooksvllle. Twelve square milesof isms which Infect the fruit hour. :
land are Involved. through mold growth can be The food is placed In a water I Trade at Home E rY! Ma :ak,!

Each site is cleared to vary- kept to a minimum. tight container and then t lta ;
ing degrees some are left in According to Dr. E. M. Ahmed I ed into a pool of water' lower-I < .
their natural state of Turkey assistant biochemist of the experiment deep, then subjected to I I

Oak Long Leaf Pine and Scrub. stations, there are tion. ,'. .

The clear sites which are clearedare ,
cleared in strips. ;

Two roads, one east-west, the
other north-south Intersect in

Track the then center recorded counts of each of from the square the deer roads.mile.are r Thinking about buying a small car :: :

Studies have shown that deer

mile usually per cover day. about a square Don't! This Chrysler is priced less :

The clearing In the sections is .
through strips. For example, a

75 percent cleared site will have than $7 a month more. \ ;;

; alternating 660 feet wide strips .1. .-
cleared ..
[ and natural vegetation.Dr. .
.. Beckwith has found that !',
deer adapt readily to land that See us. We deliver :;/

flu has been 75 percent cleared and .
then reforested with slash pine. : U""

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Soil Survey Is

Valuable to Many

Soil surveys can be helpfulnot .es r ,
only to agriculture but by
planners, builders, developers /1-It I\\

.. contractors, sanitation engineers r
public health officials school -
boards and other technicians as :
well. : 7S11

According to R. G. Leighty, associate '
soils surveyor at the
Florida Agricultural Experiment
Station In Gainesville "A soil
survey Is an Inventory of the rr
natural soil resources of a coun-
ty or area."

A field man will walk across '...
fields groves and woods and i
traverse the roads and dig or
bore many holes to examine the CIOAA
various layers of soil to a depthof S
60 inches. On the basis of .
the observations, the soils are
classified into series .
types, and K 1.,
phases and higher categories: in !. ... '
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the national soil classification I Overa" eo cen.r.nce
1 M ,
( Make YVhe.lbs. Uncth Cubic rndl ntt Iy ,., Month
system. Dllpfacem.ftt P..ym.nis

The soils boundaries are then ; ,.. Lr CHRYSLER NEWPORT 12421S.r 33 U3.67 -
l located on the ground and outlined .
FORD OALAXIC 800 119 210.0 289 M.94 W.73
on aerial photographs.
Cultural features, such as roads, CHEVROLET IMPALA 119 213.1 283 M.94 6.73

trails, railroads, streams lakes OLD MS CtmASS 115 200 330 592 &41

and houses are also shown. A BUICX SPECIAL SKYLARK 119 203.4 300 M.69 7.02
written public report follows
which BASIS 0'COWPARrSOH-AI models are dace harct' oe.qub0.d with VS.ftC\M.\ .utofnatlO It."..
gives general Information Monthl1 ants have bftft COMputed Oft
misslon power st.erIvi power and Neter. peytn
of the soil adaptabilities for dif ", ,,,,,,Kt....' aug.tted stag one-iN'd down and H monthly peymentL Not Included II'
( the acUs JOU pey for Oft prectlcal1 .trJ new can trNt.... tlIN asset .me.1 corer.. d.etMmtlonMies
event and trees
crops grasses ...
stets and local Uses //,insurance and Mcenslng I.
and their productivity under different "

management systems. ,
Also Included is soil behavior '"

chart which recommends VariOUS t .

uses, treatments for plant t. + ."" I ,. "I"'f", ,. ,. ',}. .
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Production and engineering uses. ": ''';-- '
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All soil surveys In Florida are .
made cooperatively by the FlorWa -

Sa Agricultural Experiment u.s: Nghwor; 1.s.* KRANTZ MOTORS INC.B, Fkridc' I
Won and the Soil Conservation ,
Service of the U.S. Depart ..
meat of Agriculture. The soilsdepartment
of the station, stands
ready to assist in furnishing Information .
about soils.

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Manufacturing "Growth of manufacturing in Fashion Dictates I Subscribe to The Flagler Tribune, $2.50 Yearly in Advance
Florida shows up in comparingthe

In Florida Shows 1963 value-added figure with II Feminine Styling -
t the census of 1958. A 66 percent I I

gain was registered, placing the
I Worth Sum
Huge state at the top of all sizeable II The coordinated ensemble in

I, All products manufactured states in this five year rate of I suits, coats with matching I
dresses, Jacket and dress combinations
gain. Three of the smallest
In Florida plants were worth a
total of $2,347,000,000 more than states had a greater per cent are all notable for I ALWAYSParents

'. f i the raw materials and power gain but their totals were far their soft, feminine styling, says
below the Florida figures. The Miss Elizabeth Dickensen, cloth
used to make them, the Florida
ing and textile specialist, Flor
comparable national average
State Chamber of Commerce GROWINGr
t" says. gain was 35 percent"Employment ida ice. Agricultural Extension Serv.

'ISince this sum Is a realistic in manufacturing ;,t
P dollar measure of the work that plants in Florida stood at Curved seams and easy shape

goes on In manufacturing plants, 172,000 persons in 1958 and 218- ing up in the new threepiecesuits.

it Is also a gauge of :the con. 000 in' 1963 and payrolls jumped Many of these come with will tell you that noticeable, yet it fj there. just
tribution of manufacturing to i from $690,000,000 to $1,096,000- matching fabric hats. kids are always growing.'This the same. '
the economy of the state," the 000 as manufacturing continuedto growth Is never more obvious
Coat and dress ensembles reflect Local stores are constantly
trade body pointed out"The carry more weight in thestate's than the time when last winter' .
the same soft touches. Collars adding new items, new products
1963 figure is the latest
economy. doling Is taken out of
of coats are often set away improvements on familiar
and is from preliminary reportsof storage to determine which
the U.S. Bureau of the Census. Arizona has more Indians than from the throat to show off the items may be used for an everyday utensils and

Full details will be available at any other state-81,924 'at the ruffled or draped neckline of other year. Day to day, the appliances.
an early date. I!I latest count. the coordinated drees under. growth fj much less obvious. Those of us who shop local
neath. stores frequently are aware
Did you ever stop to think
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Flower-fresh 'cottons in interesting I that our business community of this "growth. We may
textures and cool colorsare steadily growing, too? even take it for granted, but
, THE popular. Brocade, sculptured Sometimes It is quite obvious we are still aware of it.

I. jacquard, pique, ribbed ottmanare -a new building goes up, an If YOU haven't shopped
favored for elegant town established store Is remodeled local stores lately, may we
I(,', and travel wear. or expanded. Other suggest you do so soon?
" Fresh-looking white cottonS- times, the growth Is not so You'll be glad you did.

LIEJENGINEER like twill and whipcord-go into j
spring coats and suits.

For after-five fashions, there
are richly embroidered cottons, Trade Gt Home
some with a lacy, fragile look. eet! ,

One of the season's prettiestcoat

f ', .. AND A SCHOOL TEACHER and dress ensembles comes
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I, SET UP A RETIREMENT ,BUSINESS In canary yellow cotton, lavishly I
,I'i. embroidered with clusters of a' If
Money can be made In re to want to put up the $24,000 white flowers. -
It li being made needed to buy one. y r
'" all the time. And in tome cases, "It was easy to check the idea ,
.. unlikely men and women who can out," says Mr. Jones. "The ma-
'41tj' I cast oS the inhibitions of their chine could be had for $6,000 :
:.t working years are building some down, with the remaining $18,000 :
dramatic second careen. financed at :S per cent. There was : \ \ Mr. Winifred Jones and Miss enough building on the boards to : : .
";! Margeline Smith are doing keep the machine busy for two ( M ... .
(i', fact they are on their way years." ; for \ ,:: ..:: .
1';,. to becoming tycoons In the con- lIe talked his boss into putting t lays'i .' ,
..' I itruction industry. up $2,000 of the down-payment, '" ', \ :. ..." .
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,'. Mr. Jones and Miss Smith took $2,000 of his own savings, Anniversaries "' ,.,: ..f '-''"' ', .
," (these aren't their real names) and then had a talk with Miss r .. ...
have formed a retirement partnership Smith. She had savings she didn't r $
He is 66, a mechanical know how to invest, and she wanted U. Graduations ';0. :" I.
engineer by trade, and retired a job. Would she be interestedin .. .,,.'" '" :
last sear from a supervisory job putting up $2.000, then taking :: r '
in the auto manufacturing busi over the job of scheduling the Mother's Days k.. :Y
n ss. Miss Smith, 64, was a high machine keeping in touch with : : ,.. :
school teacher and retired two the contractors, and sending out -.:.I'J .' .'... J.'
years ago. the bills She could get $1.75 an Father's DaysHousewarmings ]! ;
t I By different paths, Miss Smith, hour for this, while Mr. Jones, .. ,, # lJ.l''j' ,' ..:l ",l
and then Mr. Jones and his wife after a week of training, would !
a,year later, settled in the same operate the machine, also at $1.", A' ;# : .
Southern town Miss Smith be- an hour. Miss Smith joined up. \ /i /
came a church friend of Mrs. A three-way partnership thus 't .
Jones, which is how Mr. Jones was born, and the business pros- W dd'I I ":::., ':
e I
met her. pered.Mr.. \ f'r' %; ,
But not at first. "When Mrs Jones has now contractedfor \.," ". /, ,
\ Jones and I arrived here," he the partnership to buy a small I & lLove-You-Very-Much Days. .
" ,J says, "I had enough income to live ditch-digging machine, also in demand .
" j. comfortably, and I had some iav- tn the building boom. It will
;," Ings. But,I was determined to go be financed: and is expected also (What else that costs so little will give them so much pleasure?)
'j' to work-at something where I to pay for Itself. Mr. Jones, h*'"-
. could use my hands, and prefer- lag had his fling with the exca
' ,. ably at carpentry. I could lay tor, will hire a younger: ma
brick. I could do electrical work. operate it, while he takM
But I was a fair expert at car. the ditch-digger.
pentry. All of this going back to Asphalt is also In demand m...
;' .projects In.! my basement at b40' come from 23 miles away. L
home ,' The partnership will digest the
lie says he found construction ditch-digger, then buy a powered
w' ,, standards in the town not high, asphalt machine. After that will
/... .% and the jobs non-union. But the come a powered post.hole digger.
.''.. 'building business was booming. "And eventually, who knows?- 'g'4
' ;? I He went to a small contractor we may buy a steam-shovel," Mr. ,
: '/ who was building room additions, Jones opines.In .
garages, etc., asked for a job as retirement, as in all of life, I r, le I
,.',"I carpenter, and got: It-at $1.75 an one thing invariably leads into
I hour. another. And many a retired man
fr In three weeks he had an would have to take only that initial
.' Idea. His boss and, all the other step into some activity to
\. contractors In town were hire make something happen in his
Lf lag an excavator from a city 16 life.
'v ,,* miles away. Nobody in town had *_ .OLUI.N VICARS ..-,..* .......
,.:'t.' the big yellow excavating machine II." re.". Send Iff I* ..!. (>
t. Dfpl. (. let IS?). Grand Cwitrai.
i t? that was needed Nobody seemed RUtta. J::Y.,' IT. N. V.

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Prolific Anemone horticulturist atthe station, an. I properly assigned through the I Young fishermen should check
nounced that he has cut 1,000 SCHOOL pupil assignment their birth date. In Florida: a
"Anemones from a 216 square Parents please note: It is required fishing license is required when
Flowers Grown foot bed. I that you have an official you're fifteen.

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f Now, just two months NEWS P'V'Ii"I -.'PI
Holland, which has been under he announces that he later'j age of your child. Hospital Birth I ,
Certificates are not acceptable.Mr. I I
study by the Florida Agricultural I over 7,700 flowers from the Community
Experiment Station for Its bed for of 50 flow- Kindergarten Pre.Registration
growing adaptation to this state, I an average foot. Joel Molyneux chairman I Memorial Church
era per square for children
has far exceeded the expectations Anemones come in a dozen Pre-registratlon of the science department, announced .. ............ ....
: who will be attending the KIndergarten
the Science
of the researchers.In following AIR
colors and combinations and CONDITIONED
Program of the 1965
Project Winners for Bunnell
an earlier news release by I. bring 50 cents to $1 per dozen II 66 school year will be Tuesday, High School. Dtyton AT*.

the experiment station Dr. T. J. on the cut flower market. They and Wednesday afternoons, May Thomas Duncan, Jr., grade 9A I FLAGLER BEACH
Sheehan, associate ornamental I are hardy and withstand'cold llth and 12th from 1:30 to 3:30 Speech Sympathizer.Robert Sunday School 10:00 A.M.

I very well. Normally planted in in the Kindergarten Classroomat Creal, grade 8A, Arti ; Church Service 11:00 A.M.
iiRENEW the winter and harvested from Bunnell High School.
January to April, they have the facts. R. W. DICKER?. PMUrWBLCOHB
YOURDRIVER'S I Children are eligible for Kin Victor Hall, grade 10, Aquactlc I avanyoxa
LICENSE ,1. ability to keep producing flowers Life.
dergarten if they are five years
for several months.Dr. 4" -S
DURING YOUR of before December 31. ,
age on or
BIRTH MONTH Sheehan's research has I
been concerned with trying to 1. Register your child with
determine the spacing require :Mrs. Hargett or Mrs. Wadsworth
CLASSIFIEDADS .ments, between plants, fertilizations ,In the Kindergarten Dept of /3/ach 6 :JlOWOrd
and determining the production I Bunnell High School. I
II and keeping quality. I 2. A physical examination

"The Indication Is that Ane I blank will be given to you I II' Wot/r bag SfHclaCorJao /
mones Is a crop which is well 'which you will have filled out .

Listings under this heading areS adapted to Florida. With production I'. by family physician.
cents a word each insertion. rate, growers should find 3. Go to the Pupil AssignmentOffice .J a"J Cal :rfowtri
TS cents Is the minimum charge it profitable to grow these flow i on the second floor of the

LOST-Fox Terrier white body, ers." Dr. Sheehan concluded. .County Courthouse and make n J Df ante "I I VASE ARRANGEMENTS OF FRESH
,black-brown face, spayed female application have your child r o.A I { | AND PERMANENT FLOWERS

name Puff. Reward. Phone Indians of Colombia's tropical !assigned to the Bunnell Kindergarten .
collect N.Y.C. OL52288. Mrs. Choco region long ago learnedto for the 1965.66 school 2.j19ne: JorFREE e.I'I

'M. Rabinowitz, 3435 Olonville, waterproof clothing by daub. year. Please note: Your child
Ave., Bronx, New York City. ing It with the milky Juice of 'I cannot enter into the Kindergarten DELIVERY
May 6-2tp wild rubber trees. Program until he or she is
FOR SALE-nil dirt. Call 437.

3768, Raymond. 5.6.4tpFOR

SALE-2 bedroom furnished
home located on 3 lots 150 x 100
feet on Stone St Call 4373546. I
May 6-1-tp
FOR SALE-very good 14 foot

fishing boat, 15 HP IMnrude,
new trailer, 32500.: Johnny's
Body Shop, Bunnell. 5-6-ltp
FOR SALE- Pekingese puppies,
AKC Registered. $50.00 each. Call
Flagler Beach 4392008. 5-6-ltp

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May 6.13-2tc: every Plymouth in our showroom'

FOR FILL DIRT and saw sharp-

ening, call Martin Harding. We're celebrating the fact that Plymouth was chosen
437-36C9. 4.29.4tp
an the official pace car for the 1965 Indianapolis "500" race.

FOR bath SALE-3 bedroom ,House, :; ",1 U you want to ride with a winner, come tent-drive
kitchen, living dining
; ,, room attached garage, oak .c 1, ., a Plymouth Fury today at Plymouthlandl.
floors, 14 x 18 Florida room with .. "
terrazzo floor. Price reasonable I
Available June 5. Contact George H., ".

Moody, Sr P.O. Box 62, Flagler ,, j' tLliXa
Beach. <',. (
Fla Hwy. 11, will pick up and
deliver all furniture free. For
sample material and prices on
labor call 4373673. April 22-tf Jd

SEPTIC TA1OC cleaning; drain .r
fields Installed; snail shelL Rea*
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roz. m 7-3410 .

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Office Phone HE 9-2342:
Residence Phones ID 7-3691
or ID 7-3517 u. s. Highway South KRANTZ MOTORS INC.Burnett, Florida

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r1 Allle Stokes, Tampa; Frances TeamHopefuls Books Are Dish broken and the book never lasts
Club Varsity My
Palmetto I I I
O'Dell, Atlanta; Maude Stafford, I long after that. Throwing a
Luncheon Held Tlfton, Ga.; Mary Belle Yarn Show By Dorothy Romans 1 book on the floor loosens It up,
and Minnie Rankin, St. Augustine I but If It does fall, don't try to
; and Muriel Lathrop, San A teenager visited hex, who catch It in midair, that abso
Here SundayThe for Practice i had told I
Francis, Calif. Lillian Young, Up strong young lutely ruins It. But if you don'tfeel
Annual Palmetto Club Columbia, S. C. The late 'Susie I me she preferred paperbacks to kind to books, feel kind to
luncheon was held here Sundayat McDaniel (Mrs. ,A. M.) was alsoa Coach Bo Manuel said 23 clothbacks because she liked to J the other readers.
the Bunnell Restaurant and member. turned out for 'varsity spring roll them up. She never mentioned
football 'team. Twenty-seven are whether she read themor
Coffee Shop. i
Mrs. H. C. Miller of Daytona out for the Team spring train not. I must face facts. Gone ii.
Beach and Mrs. M. B. Fuller of Bunnell Highs ing. are the days when books were REHEWYOURDRIVER'S
for the treated with reverence, simply I LICENSER
Bunnell were hosteses Plans to have
are a spring
Honor Roll4ATownsend because they were books.
occasion.; Seventeen were present game at 8 o'clock May 21. The J DURING YOUR
for the event. Following' the I think A Be Kind to Books BIRTH MONTH
: Barbara Cow varsity team will play two 15-
luncheon the group enjoyed a art, Chuck Cowart, Greg ,Crews, minute quarters, and the B- Week at the Flagler Woman'sClub i
get-together at the Fuller home. Pat McCoy, Donna Stefllk, Tol- Team will play two minute Library Is in order. Wedon't I
Present were. the followingclub get teenagers until sum
bert Wimberly. quarters of official type ball. MILLER
members and their hus mer and then I find they are!
bands: Mr. and Mrs. Fred Miller 4B-Mercer: William Patrick, Practice sessions, will be held I easier on books then some I t ELECTRONICS
Jacksonville; Mr. and Mrs. Jim Simmons, Davey Solomon, every afternoon at 3:30: until .
I 1744 Ocean Shore Bird.
Carlisle Byrd, Seville; Mr.: and Cherry Wadsworth, Christine May 21, five days each week for I A' Constant Reader with a
Mrs. J. A. Hendersqn, East Pa- Higginbotham, ;Jackie Murray, the B-Team. heavy hand and strong emotions I REPAIRS ON TV'S

latka; Mr. and Mrs. C. O. Magee Rosemary Pam White.Johnson, Rita Pellicer, Varsity practice sessions will II can wreck an entire small j! WASHERSDRYERS
Flagler Beach; library In All she has
a year.
be four I
days Tuesday through
Mrs. H. C. Miller, Daytona 5th-Morris: Nancy Creal, \ to ,do is hit hard a paperback
Beach; Mr. and Mrs. T. E. Hoi- Debbie Johnston, Jo Ann Dixon, Friday, until May 21. I.1 she does not like, or before Call Collect 672-0377
den, Mrs. Bernice Barber, Mrs. Mike Manuel, Denise Tucker, Mr. Manuel said the Team I looking at a book flatten It I II
Charles Creal, Sr., Mrs. H. A. Karen Clegg. schedule will be set before the down hard so It will stay put. ALL WORK: GUARANTEED
Eisenbach, Mrs. W. C. Sullivan, 6 A-Tonkin: Minnie Deen next football season. In both cases ,the' back is
and Mr. and Mrs. M. B. Fuller, i Chip Johnston, Kay Perryman, 3
Bunnell. I Greg Robertson, Kirk/'Robertson,
The Palmetto Club was an ac Elayne Tucker. .
tive civic and social club organized 6B-I. Manuel: Catherine Harris

by a group of ,young Lyna Knight, Janet Scott,
ladies In 1922. They sponsored Betty Steflik, Jay Townsend,
many home talent plays carnivals Jameslne Wimberly. SEE THE
and many other money. 7A-J. Cannon: Gwen King,
making projects during their ac Lesa Knight, Elizabeth .
tive years of service to the com Ann Meekins, Barbara Wilson
j munity.\ They were contributorsto Jeanne Higginbotham.
local civic, church, school, 7B-lleln: Barbara Dodgen,
and charities. They also were Janet Haines, Donna Fllklns.8A .
active in, club social activities, -Bradley: Gary Buckles,
as well as regular meetings. I Charles Clegg, John Cody, Rob
The club retired about 15 bie Creal, Patty French, Nansy
years ago and. for the past ten Hargett, David Johnson, George
years members meet the first Koczwanskl, Diane Lucas, Terry
Sunday in May for a dutch treat Rawlins, Brenda Townsend,
luncheon and reunion. Carol Townsend, Carla Tucker,
Eight of the 29 members still Collenn Tucker.
reside In Bunnell. They are 9A-Bayless: Hewett DuPont,
Ethel Holdcn, Helen Sullivan, Tom Duncan, Jo Anne Wilson,
Lily Creal, Neva Eisenbach, Tony Parker.
Bernice Barber, Marguerite SB-Hardln: Cliff Wetherington. -
Brown, Shep. Cochran and Eula .
Fuller. 10-Ford: Walton Cowart,
Connir Mossa Sport S.das
Those who have moved away Paul Dixon, Betty Dunson, Ar
are Pauline Magee, Flagler thur Ford, Arthur McDaniel, Ju
Beach; Ola Byrd, Seville; Bailey lie WllkLns, Victor Hall, Delores ,
Peterson, Pierson; Amelia' Hen Deen.

,I derson, East Palatka; Mary 11A-Bayless: Betty Lynn
Jones, Gainesville; Etha Mc. Bourne, Zachary Holland, Marilyn
Kenzle, Stamford, Conn; Ora McNab, Brenda Tucker. Sport"'
Clury 11 Noon
Miller and Ella May Hooper, 11B-Estes: Kay Weaver.
Daytona Beach; Nan Watson, 12th-Craig: Ida Allen, Cynthia 17j
Miami; Mary Nathan, Fort Lauderdale Cobb, Beverly Cummins,
; Gertrude Miller and Marie Fleurie, Heidi Eisenbach,
Florelle Hamrick, Jacksonville; Candy Lovell.
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: t :4. V r so you'll make it in style. Like a lively Corvair. Or the style and

J ._; economy of a Chevy II. Or a youthful Chevelle favorite in its size
( class. Or a luxurious Jet-smooth Chevrolet.The last three are available

with the economical, spirited Turbo-Thrift Six. You can order a

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, Miss Carol Christopher Is crowned by Georgia Underwood as th

It new 1963 five contestants Weekl Wachee by editors Underwater of Florida Queen.newspapers She was In a selectedfrom recent J Red Hot and Rolling! See your Chevrolet l 'dealer for a new

contest. Carol will reign throughout the year as the Queen ol CHEVROLET. CHEVELLE CHEVY CORVAIRi
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Carol Is a former resident of Bunnell and a graduate of Bun HALL-TUMLIN CHEVROLET COMPANY
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married February 25 to Lt. W. M. Hardmar
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