The Flagler tribune

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The Flagler tribune
Place of Publication:
Bunnell Fla
Creation Date:
February 17, 1966
Publication Date:


Subjects / Keywords:
Newspapers -- Bunnell (Fla.) ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Flagler County (Fla.) ( lcsh )
newspaper ( sobekcm )
newspaper ( marcgt )
Spatial Coverage:
United States -- Florida -- Flagler -- Bunnell
29.4675 x -81.256944


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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Preceded by:
St. Johns tribune
Succeeded by:
Palm Coast news
Succeeded by:
Flagler/Palm Coast news-tribune


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54 NO. 7 ,

Miss Bunnell Hi GUEST SPEAKER AT 'Construction On
Final Basketball FIRST BAPTIST

11 I WORKSHOP HERE Contest ThisSaturday CHURCH SUNDAYGuest Housing AdditionTo

speaker at First Baptist SoonThe
There will be a District Wor Church Sunday, February 20, In

Here FridayThe I shop for the Methodist Menthe cf annual Miss Bunnell Hug both morning and evening we low bid of $439,675,000was

last basketball game for north end of the DeLand Dis.: Contest, sponsored by the Bur ship services, will be Rev. Ro awarded to L. Dukes Weston

Bunnell before the tournament trict held at the First Method!: nell Tri-Hi-Y will be held in the ert F. Gray of Quincy, Fla. the Housing Authority of

for Baldwin Frida; Church of Bunnell on February Flagler Gymnasium on Saturda;; A graduate of Quincy 1I1gh Flagler County addition. The

scheduled 22, at 7:30: p. m. February 19, at 8 p. m. The put School and Florida State Un contract was signed on February

will be held here at the Bunne I The workshop will cover the lie is cordially Invited to attem versity, Rev. Gray received his 10 and the notice was given him

Gym. The Junior Varsity game areas of Stewardship and Lay A small admission will be B.D. from Midwestern Baptist: to proceed on February 21, Jack

will begin at 6:30 p. m. and the I Speaking. The men of the churc charged.The Theological Seminary, Kansas Abbott, executive secretary of

Varsity game will folow. are urged to take advantage i ofI following girls have bee City, Mo., In May, 1965. You are the project, said today.Mr. .

The game, scheduled for Bah this opportunity to better equip sponsored by various organiza cordially Invited to attend thes Abbott said Sam Broadwayis

win, had to be changed, due 1 to. I themselves to serve the Lord, the tions: services, members said. the general superintendent on

the Baldwin Gym being con pastor, Rev. Oliver F. Taylor, said Grade 12-Elizabeth Allen, I the Job and many local men will
aske I
demned. Baldwin officials today. Senior Class; Margie Lee Blake have the sub contracts.
re.scheduled. RED CROSS WILL
that the game be ly, V.F.W. Auxiliary; Betty Lynn I The construction calls for 40

for Bunnell, Coach Bo Manuel EPISCOPAL CHURCH Bourne, Beta Club; Judy Dunson, EXPLAIN HOME additional units to be added to

said today. PROGRAMStarting Band Parents Assoc.; Faye Dun. SERVICE DEPT.Red the present housing authority.Mr. .
of the LENTEN
This is the last game
Club Rabeth Her Abbott said the completion
ranee, Country ; Cross representatives from
season and it is hoped that ther Tuesday evening, February F.F.A.; Susan McMillan, Tri date is scheduled for November
attend offs. sey, the East Volusla-Flagler Chaper
will be a good crowd 22 St. Thomas Episcopal and T .
Hi-Y; Brenda Murray, ; will be at the Womans Club 17, 1966.CAROL
cials said.George. Church will embark on a Lentei Idlewoo
I Packers; Kay Weaver, I Building, 1524 South Centra

program. The Rev. Robert Stuart. Club; Sherry Hargett, Land and avenue, Flagler Beach, to ex M'MILLAN

B. Newtor will preach on the Ten Com wil I. Sea Fashions. plain the purpose of the Red< BETTY CROCKER
The sermons
mandments. Grade 11--Johnnie Ruth Miller, 'ross.

Qualifies For run Sunday and Tuesday eve Spanish Club; Becky Robertson, The public is invited to attend, AWARD WINNERCarol

lings concurrently. This pro Junior v Class; Linda Skolar,, md especially families who have S. McMillan is this year's

Circuit JudgeGeorge gram will be based on Hans Hack's Flower Shop; Catherine servicemen in active duty. The Belly Crocker Homemaker of To-

uede Weber's book, "Salt] Itanish, Legion Club; Anne led Cross services will be ex norrow for Bunnell High School.

B. Newton of Palatkc Christians." I Bourne, Flagler Woman's Club; ilained, especially in case of! She; scored highest here in a

visited here Tuesday afternoor Many of us are accustomed tt Kathy Emery, F.T.A.; Carol Fry mergencies.The written knowledge and attitude
for Lent
and stated he was a candidatefor giving up" something nan, Bunnell Timber Co.; Vicki Flagler Womans Club examination taken December 7.

the office of Judge of the This year"why not "take some in'' ling, Krantz Motors. ponsors the Home Service De She Is now eligible for state and

7th Judicial Circuit Court. Mr thing on, full participation Grade 10--Sue Broadway, Fin I artment In Flagler County with national scholarship awards
of worship
Newton said he had mailed his his Lenten program ese Club. Irs. Jasper White and Mrs. V.W. anging from $500 to $5,000.

qualifying papers and fee to and study. Grade 9-Cindy Durrance, Haines as volunteers. Light More than 570,000 senior girlsn

Secretary of State Tom Adamson There wil be no adult Inquiries 'reshman Class; Collean Tucker, refreshments will be served. 14,714 of the nation's high

Tuesday morning.Mr. lass this week. lagler Co. Cattlemen's Assoc. chools were enrolled for the exmlnation. -

Newton has served as official The Episcopal Church is locat- Judges are: Mrs. Becky Clegg, H. O. Perry Dies .

Court reporter in this circuit ed in its new building, recently Irs. Betty McDaniels, Mrs. Ray I Following ALong Test papers of all school win-

for the past 25 years. He is an purchased from the Cement Mercer, Mr. Don Jordon, Mr. Illness ners; in the state are being
100 East,,
admitted to the Union, on Highway udson Stryker.Mr. judged competitively. From
attorney and was of Bunnell. H. O, Perry of Southport '
miles east
three Walter Morris 'will be the hem the State Homemaker of
bar 17 ago. owner and fre ,
years services and Conn., a property
He is running for the office Morning school worship begin at 11:15: Master of Ceremonies and Mrs. quent visitor In Flagler County, Tomorrow will be named. She

made vacant when Judge Revels church helma Crotty will furnish the died there February 8, following wlll receive a $1,500 scholarship

announced he was retiring at the a. m. msic. several strokes and an illness oflong from General Mills, Inc., sponsor

end of his term. I duration.Mr. of! the annual Betty Crocker

The first sign of agriculture in surviving veterans Perry owned the Bon Ter.ra arch. In addition, her school

There were only 17,000 Span lorida occurred in the St. Auustlne Youngest the 5.7 million veterans ofthe Estate property on North AlA'In will be awarded a set of the Enclopaedia -
when the devoted are
ish American War veterans surviving area builti Korean Conflict, the Veterans r the Artesla Park area, and has Britannica by Encyopedla -

on January 1, 1965, and brotherhood of Franciscans Administration reports. More spent much time here in the past Britannica, Inc. The
in Florida. the foundation laid earlier cond-ranking girl will receive
over 1000 of them live also '
million of years.
and than one
The average age of Spanish by the departed service in World War II.Their Funeral services and burial a $500 educational grant.
American War veterans is 86.6 aped a rich harvest in the gen- saw is 35 years. were held In Southport.RCUIT Begun in the 1954.55 school
VA.FOUR. I ations. after 1573. average age the Betty Crocker Search
years, according to ------ -- year
for the American Homemaker of

I CI JUDGES SEEK REELECTIONJUDGE Tomorrow is designed to empha-
l size: the importance of home-

making as a career. This year'srecord
WINGFIELDRobt. JUDGE MELTON JUDGE NELSON enrollment pushes the 12.year -

JUDGE RIEGLE 1 I James T. Nelson of Daytona total of participating girlsnear
of DeLand, Howell W. Melton of St. Augus.1: the 5 million mark. Withthe
Circuit Judge Horace D. Rleg! H. Wingfield I I Beach, Florida has announce
announced that he will: I one of the Circuit Judges rest I tine, Fla., has announced I that he will be a candidate 1 to 1966 grants, total scholarship

seek today reelection as Circuit Judge I dent In Volusia County, announces will be a candidate to succee Grou succeed himself as Circuit Judge, awards will exceed $1.25 million.

Group 4, for the Seventh Judicial ; his candidacy to succee himself as Circuit Judge, of Group 5, Seventh Judicial Circuit 1

Circuit of the State of himself as Circuit Judge, Grou: 1, Seventh Judicial Circuit of Florida, composed of Flagler, CLUB TO SPONSOR

2, Seventh Judicial Circuit of Florida, composed of Flagler, Putnam, St. Johns and Volusi CONTEST ENTRANT
Florida. to the primaries Putnam, St. Johns and Volusi the Democratic .
Riegle has served continuously Florida, subject Counties, subject to
Judge Circuit Judge sine which will be held on May i 3, Counties, subject to the Democratic Primary Election to beheld At its meeting Tuesday, Feb.

as 1960. Before his tenur 1966. Circuit Judges of the Primary Election to beheld May 3, 1966. 15, in the Municipal Building,

December, Seventh Judicial Circuit mus May 3, 1966. .' Judge Nelson was appointed Flagler Beach, the Flagler Senior
he practice I
Circuit Judge
as Beach. run for election in all of the fou Judge Melton was elected Ch I' in 1951 as Judge of Volusla County Citizens Club voted to sponsor anentrant

law in Daytona is a former City; counties comprising the clrcuit- cult Judge for a six year term Small Claims Court and the : in the Miss Bunnell iiicontest.
Judge and In November, 1960, and is now In Chosen as the club's en-
and Municipal Judge Volusia, Flagler, Putnam, appointed as a Circuit Judge
Attorney Judge of the I I Miss Carol Linda Town.send. -
for the City of Daytona Beach, St. Johns. the Presiding January, 1954. He was then elect try was
Attorney for the City;; Judge Wingfield was firs Seventh Judicial ed in November, 1964 for a two .
former City the Seventh Circuit in announcing his candidacy, The club had invited the three
Schoo elected to term.
Hill former year
of Holly Melton stated that he is contestants in the American Le.glon -
and member of the November, 1954, on his previous: Judge Judge Nelson stated he was
Trustee Fo seeking reelection to serve as one based his: sponsored oratorical contest,
Board. He served tw< record as a working Judge. seeking reelection on
School of the Chamber six years prior to that time he of the five Judges of the Seventh judicial experience of fifteen which will be held at the highschool

terms as president of served as County Judge and Juvenile Judicial Circuit, on the basis of February 2, to appear at
of the City years.
of Commerce Judge of Volusia County, his record of performance since its meeting this week for awarm.up
Beach and was
Daytona assuming his duties as Circuit session. Only one, DaleAbbott
of the Volu and for the preceding Polish Sausage
sia elected County as president Bar Association. He years was Chief Clerk of the Fudge In January of 1961. Supper Saturday was able to attend. HIstalk

Court of Volusia time for the Polish : on the Constitution of theUnited
Judge's Serving
served a term as Presiding Judge County finue to serve all persons having
of the Circuit from July 1, 1963,, County, except for a period of business before the Circuit Court sausage Supper Saturday at the States was warmly reocelved
active duty will be from 6:30: by the group.
to Juluy 1, 1965. Four years spent on ourteously, promptly, fairly White Eagle There 60 members andguests
He is married and has twc with the United States Navy I md impartially. Being in good o9p.m.
daughters and five grandchild' during World War II. i health, believing that there is The affair is sponsored by the present for the 6 o'clockpotluck

ren. His wife is the former Cleo Judge Wingfield, in announcng I 10 substitute for experience, and Corona Civic Club. The publics supper that preceded theevening's

of the late Reverend his candidacy to succeed completed thlrty.fiveyears Invited to attend. Proceeds program. The nextmeeting
Rutter, daughter laving
wil be held March 1.This .
seeking reelection will be used by
Dorsey H. Rutter, who was himself stated, "In in the state and county rom the supper
this important office, he club civic projects.The i will be "Respect YourElders"
of churches in Daytona to court system of Florida, I feel on
pastor I r rely my record of past to ; night, according to LynnClary
Beach and St. Auguustlne. upon such experience qualifies me
public service. I pledge to con- eek; reelection, and I shall en wings of an owl have chairman.

way, to ringed edges to muffle noise so
In possible
leavor every
Giraffes sleep only a few hoursa record as a work. hat it can fly as silently as a Almost all U. S. tangerine pro.duction
night, usually with heads held In circulation a dollar bill has maintain my hadow. takes place in Florida.r .

erect. an average life of 18 months. ng Judge. .

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Park Service I Registry of National Historical Landmarks Are Varied plow's design was so superiorthat Subscribe to The Filler Tribune

Landmarks. The National Park I President Hoover's birthplace I it became to 19th-century $150 A Year In Advance

Works To Save I Service designates certain sites stands in West Branch, Iowa. farmers what the tractor is to IV TUB CIRCUIT" COURT-OPKLAttLKR -

and buildings that possess "ex- I Pompeys Pillar, Yeellowstone I modern farmers. CIIANCKRY COUNTY No ,ft3Z3JObEPH PUWIUAIV +

Old LandmarksA ceptional value In commemorating County, Montana, marked an Stagg Field, University of Chi P. SLODYSKO,

j! or Illustrating the history of 1806 stop in the long trek of the cago. In a former squash court VI. 1'lft.tntlff,

National Historic Landmarkmay I the United States." Lewis and Clark expedition. New under the spectator stands, man : VERONICA DELORES SLODYSKO( ,

be the two-room cottage Some of the 608 landmarks are I Harmony preserves many historic produced the first selfsustainingnuclear NOTICE TO UtfPKlVUTHE Defendant
where President Herbert C. Hoover federally owned and adminis- structures of the Rappite com reaction. STATE OK FLOHlDA TO
was born, a sandstone pillar tered, but most are state, com- munity purchased in 1825 by

where explorer William Clark munity, or private property, the j Robert Dale Owen as the setting Central Florida has becomeone Philadelphia 1804 East Tuscu'M, Pennsylvania Street

carved his name, or the self- National Geographic Society I for an ambitiousu Utopian ex- of the nation's great racehorse I You are hereby notified that a

styled Utopian community of says. Official designation as a I I!periment. breeding and training centers I: the suit above has been entitled filed cause against; and you you In

New Harmony, Indiana. landmark helps property ownersto A sampling of landmarks ranking right behind Ken are hereby required to file your
of the I and California. I answer with the Clerk of this Court.
These are among the 33 sites preserve the integrity chosen since the program was tucky II I and to serve a copy thereof Upon

recently recommended for the I site. started in 1960 indicates their I the plaintiff or plaintiff's attorney ,
I -- -- I III whose name and addi-laa .
I great variety. Included are: SAMUEL, V. HOf< Hs.

I I Bunker Hill Monument, Boston O. F. ALT70RD i iI I Palatka.110 North Florida Third 32077 Street

0I commemorating the first I Registered not later than March 7th, A. D ,

) I full-scale action between Amer. II I 19f.fiIf' you fall to do *". decree pro

I LIMITED I TIME ONLY I I lean militila and British troopson Real Estate Broker confesso for the will relief be detruded entered againstyou In the

June 17, 1885. Bunnell. Florida bill of complaint. The nature of
said suit being for divorce.
Keauhou Holua Slide Hawaii.
I --- WITNESS my hand and seal of
I Tobogganing on stone slides was I -THIS "l Hill T'fl. i.m-: said Court this let day of FebruaryOfflclaV'seal
a sport reserved for Hawaiian ..M.I.KH ('UI'1'j'n', KWIIIH ) E. A SMYTHB
HARRIS APPLIANCES I t1'IIA1'i' .'ItY NO. 52X1:: : (
I chiefs. This slide, the best pre Katherine Elaine Eichler I 1'11Ilntitt., I By Clerk Julia of said II. Harvey Circuit Court

served and largest In the state, vs. I l)eputy Clerk.
Feb. a-l0-17-24-Hc
was the scene of old Hawaii's John Bruno Ichler. I -.I"--
fora version of the Olympic games. \ : TO IIKKKM F1CTITUH' NAME
I Palugvik, Hawkins Island, THE JOHN STATE BRUNO OK EICHLERco I II I In compliance with House Bill No.

Prince William Sound. This location I John R. Eichler 1175, Acts Chapter of 1941 20953, aa l.jlW))Amended of Florida the

I marks the eastern limit of Bloomlngdale 109) Hamburg, Turnpike New Jersey undersigned will register with the
Clerk of the Circuit Court in and
that a
ancient Eskimo inhabitation of i I milt You has are been hereby filed notified against you in for Klagler County. Horlda, upon
$ of publication of
receipt proof :
southern Alaska, and helps clarify '.. the above entitled cause: and you this notice the following fictitiousname
file answer -
20.oREFUND the relationship of Eskimosto 'I. are hereby with the required Clerk to of this your Court, : Jim's Auto Sale located at
I thereof U. S. No 1 Star Route $ miles south
the Tlingit Indians. and to serve a plaintiffs copy attorney.upon of Bunnell. Florida under which I I
the plaintiff or
will engage in the business of Used
and address i I":
Jack London's ranch in Sono whose name
ANTHONY J. SREZIK Cars, Used Parts and Salvage Yard
ma County, California, the set 326 S. (5rand\lew Avenue and that the underslf ned Is theonly
person Interested In said bus-
ting for his book, "The Valley of Inter Daytona than March Heuch 19.Floridanot A. D. 1966. iness.
Dated at Bunnell, florlda.
the Moon. Another literary land If you fail to do so, decree pro this
confesso will be entered against 12th day of January A P.BUOtiO
mark in California is John Muir you for the relief demanded in the JAMES
Jan. 27-Feb.
bill of complaint. The nature of 3-10-17-4tc
House the Contra Costa
said iiit being for divorce.
home of the great nature writer WITNESS my hand and seal of HI:'H'KST FOR inn-
said Court this 9th day of Febru- will be received -
I and conservationist. I : by the City Clerk I City Hall.
Players Club, New York. Edwin ( Clerk of said Circuit Court 7:00: p. WmSn3n' 18. 19b6.

Booth, the famous actor, By Julia H.Deputy Harvey Clerk at which be publicly opened and all read bidswill 1

lived in this house, and presented Feb. 17-24 & Mar. 3-10-4te aloud for furnishing certain major
mechanical components servicesfor
it to the theatrical club in
iruicirr ('C"UT OK TIIR a new water softening plant.
1888. !'If\'I':\TII JI ut'UI. (IIUIIT iAM \ Specifications and other contract
> FOR KI.AKLKR ('OlTY, documents are on file and availablefor
I Central Park, New York, 840 FI.OHIIIA l\ ('HA\<'KIIY. NOTICKOK public inspection at the officeof

n your purchase of a acres of nature in the heart of MARLENE!HUT. (:A.II.\POKORNEY.e'uv M>. 52117: : nell the Florida City Clerk.and ath City Hall office Bun of

the nation's largest metropolis. I Plaintiff Dawklns & Grantham inc., Engineers -
VII 645 Rugby Street Post Office
The Brookline, Massachusetts, JAMBS: J, POKORNEY Box 7666, Orlando, FloH fcypa. jrt w, ...d01lrKnsVa..yn.L.P...+..... home of Frederick LaLw Olm- Defendant. documents may be obtained from
i Oil DKU OK PI'IILICATIONIV the Engineers.Each .
... sted, one of the park's designers, THE NAME OF THE STATEOF bid shall be rn< tt'd "PRO
also] is a registered landmark. TO: JAMES J. POKOIINEY whose CHANICAL. EQUIPMENT FOR
First I residence Is unknown however WATER SOFTENING N* NT" on
Navy Ship his last known mailing the outside of the sealed envelope.addressed
The U. S. S. Constellation now address is: 48 Paumanake Avenue to the City Clerk, and
iijiisd Babylon New York delivered to the office thereof either
docked in Baltimore, is one of You are hereby required to file by a representative of the bidder,
the nation's more unusual his with the t'I orill1hl Court your who shall obtain a receipt therefor
answer the Complaintfiled or by registered mall With return
toric "landmarks." Launched in herein against you In the receipt requested.
above entitled cause on or before The City reserves the right to
1797, Constellation was the first the 21st day of March. A. D., 1966 waive informalities In lilY bid: to
commissioned ship of the United and serve a copy thereof upon reject any bid In whole or In part.
OS.SINSKY & GEORGE, plaintiffs with or without cause: and/or to
States Navy. attorney, herein whose address is accept the bid that In Its judgmentwill
First New 500 North Oleander Avenue, Day- be for the best Interest of the
telephone exchange tona Beach Florida.. "The Flagler City.CITY
Haven, Connecticut; its commercial Tribune" is hereby designated as OF BUNNELp, FLORIDA
the newspaper in which this order ATTEf. 81M. B. McDgi ttlel. Mayor
AIRCONDITIONER switchboard began operatingon shall be published once a week for :
SUPERLINE January 28, 1878. The Boston 4 consecutive weeks. HEREIN s/Nancy C Rodgers City Clerk
subway, built 1895-98, is deemeda CONFESSO WILL BE ENTERED
landmark since it was the first ;. !EVKVni: JUDICIAL CIRCUIT

.I/ Now for a limited time only get a $20 "Cool Cash" bonus-In ad- in North America. Among other for The divorce.nature of this suit It a bill "I\'IonlO.I: AND FOR\FLAfHU CHAtfCEHY COUNTY,.

dition to today's top value in cool, cool comfort-when you buy Massachusetts landmarks is the WITNESS my hand and peal at ELLA '
I lone of our G-E model RD108B RD908B Btinnnell }Flagler County, Florida.. RAE CHANDLER.
room conditioners. Saugus ironworks that operated this 14th day of February, A. D., Plaintiff,
\ We will send in the proof of your purchase and you will get a $20 between 1648 and 1670. 19f>6. VS.
: refund check within ten days from the General Electric distributor. Jethro Wood home, Poplar Clerk Circuit Court CHANDLER Defendant

See details of offer below. KJagler County Florida .. OP ''HIlT
Ridge, New York. Wood inventedthe THEN
By Julia R. Harvey. I'i NAME OF 'tHE STATE
first iron plow in 1819. The Deputy Clerk OF FLORIDA:
Feb. 17-24 & Mar.
You Get Super Quiet .
Super Cooling... plus all 514 CHURCH STREET
these General Your choice of LAURENS SOUTH CAROLINA
Electric I You are hereby required to file
features: cooling capacity: BUDDY KNOX with the Clerk of this Court your
answer to the Bill of Complaint
.Powerful airflow filed herein against you in the
19,000 BTUhup r YOUR ATLANTIC DEALER above entitled cause on or before
to 570 cubic feet I
per 7th day of March, A. D. 1966
minute. MODEL R0908B Bunnell Atlantic Service Station and serve a copy thereof upon Law-
rence W
I Horns Esq. plaintiff's
Automatic temperature FOR LARGE attorney, herein, whose address ;is
Day Phone 437-3625 412 N. Halifax
/TflY Avenue, p. O. Cox
control. LIVING AREAS U.S. Highway 1 .;. > iJ1 Daytona Beach. Florida 32018.
Air exchanger. Night Ph. 437-3944 The Flagler Tribune" la hereby
designated as the newspaper In

e Reusable Air Filter. 23,000 BTU/hr REPAIR, REBUILD GENERATORS, STARTERSAND once which a this week order for shall four b*Consecutlv"published'

e Heavy-duty design, for MODEL RD108B CARBURETORS : wf'ekll. HEREIN FAIL NOT OR A


ROOM The nature of this suit' la a bill
COOLING for divorce.

WITNESS my hand and seal at
Bunnell' Flagler County Florida
this 28th day of January A D..
PHONEKelley's 1"OD.
(Official Seal) E. A SMYTHE!

............ As Clerk Circuit Court Flagl

Fuel By County Julia Florida.R. Harvey Deputy
General Electric Room Air Conditioners OilCLEAN Clerk

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pe .nNI effw pwfed. Complt''u'4lorn -1
dWn. obUMtM Ann s pMelptMg MRS. M B. FULLER, Editor
$20 dMtor sod KM Ownml Itodria Room Air
coeauo.u duhlbutor oet p.y yoe $peNthte
tee drys, LImftM ens offs, psi eW Designated" for all
55501 boner pechasd..offer woW sfW.pI'} Legal AdeertisligEntered
"snots. by.wr

aa second class matter
REFUNn February 6, mj, at the post-
DIESEL -:- KEROSENEHOME office at BunneU Florida, under
Act of March 3. 187C

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Phone 437-7172 Bunnell, Florida SIx 7ear


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represent legitimate schools or
Q 44. I other organizations; some unfortunately -

do not, and parents !I I
cftool Meutl can lose a down payment of I Quantity Right
I twenty-five or fifty dollars, or I II I WEGIVE Reserved I
This Is the time of year when I even more, and many times be
representatives or salesmen from I subjected to threats of law suitsto TOP PRICES GOOD

all kinds of organizations, and collect the remainder of the Thurs., Fri., Sat.
trade schools in particular, come tuition and other costs, some and MondayFeb.
around, signing up seniors for I times much as a thousand SUPER MARKET g 17, 18, 19
training after graduation from
high school. I All parents should feel free to STAMPS and 21st

Many of these representatives contact the guidance counselorat 103 SOUTH RAILROAD ST. I Tel. 437.3201
I Bunnell High School before

I.obligating themselves in any
i I way by signing contracts such as
WANT ADS i these. Legitimate schools will be WESTERN CENTER CUT
glad to furnish this office complete -
I proof of their reputation
3 Listings cents a under word this, each heading Insertion.are' and certification to furnish PORK CHOPS Ib. 79FLA.

75 cents la the minimum charge I training. Most of them are listedin
the American Trade Schools
FOR SALE 4-drawer chest,
Directory, which we have in the
$17.50. New washboards, 79c. office. If one should not be listed, GRADE "A" (Fresh) ((3 Lbs. & Up)
Furniture & Appliances,
Jerry's we would then make a further
Old Dixie Highway, 2 mi. south Baking or
i investigation.
Korona. Phone 4373752. CHICKENS lb 3S
Parents should be very careful
Feb. 17-It i
not to sign any contracts until RoastingSELECT

FOR SALE Used automatic absolutely sure that they are not
washer. Reasonable. Make an of being "conned," and that the TENDERBEEF
fer. Phone 4373380. school will be the best one for
Feb. 17-ltp their son or daughter.The .

LIVER lb. 39
FOR SALE-3 bedroom home,
purpose of the Student Association
nicely furnished, spacious
Is to promote student
grounds; near fishing. $6,000.
activities; to develop harmonious
Call after 4 p. m., 439-2022. LEAN MEATY
attitudes of good citizenship; to
Feb. 17.24-2tp
promote the welfare of the
FOR--SALE-12- foot plywood boat school; to provide a forum for SPARERIBS lb. 59(
and trailer. Priced $50. For fur. the expression of student opln-
ther information call 4373281. tion; to develop student initiative
Feb. 17-It I and responsibilities; to pro.
: vide for a laboratory of citizenship .
FOR SALE-Rambler, 1962. Me. and to provide an opportunity WORLD'S BEST LEAN MEATYGROUND
chanically good. Phone 4392414. for the training of student Lb. Lb.
Feb. 17.24-2tp leaders. BEEF 3 139 BEEF RIB STEW 4geV
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The Student Association is not
blue and
white long formal, foundationslip "just another club"; it Is the

for formal, one pair long most important club in the entire SLICED BACON Lb. 8ge STEW Lb39c
school. The Student Association
white gloves evening bag. ,
Priced for quick sale. 439-2036. provides an opportunity for DANNY'S HOME MADE
teaching habits of responsible (Pure Pork) FLA. GRADE "A" Family Pkg.
Feb. 17-Itp
citizenship. The students actually PAN SAUSAGE Lb. 69C CUTUP FRYERS 5 Bag -flT89
FOR RENT-Small apartment, do those things while in A g ,
furnished except dishes and lin school that he will be called upon
ens. $45 per month plus utilities. I to do when he leaves school U. S. No. 1
Irma Parker, Golden Sands I and which he should do as a :
Apartments. Feb. 10-4tp responsible citizen. Cheer Gt 47
The newly elected officers are: Potatoes::!"
FOR SALE-IVa bath, large living Ed Schatz, president; Arthur x U
Florida room,
room garage
McDaniel, vice-president; JoAnn Bag
((1) please
and utility rooms enclosed, central
Limit 1 with 5.00 food order
Wilson, secretary; Marilyn Mc. or more
heating. Shown by appointment
treasurer Dan ,
Nab ; Cody ser-
only. Low down paymentand geantatarms.The KRAFT TABLE READY (Solid)
FHA terms. George Moody,
members of the 1965-66
Sr., Flagler Beach. Student Association are: Susan MIRACLE Qt Lb :
HOUSE FOR SALE-CBS construction McMillan, Trl-Hl-Y; Ann Bourne, 47 Oleo 1 ioc
3 bedrooms, 2 baths, Spanish Club; Martin Tucker WHIP Jar
large Florida room, 2-car carport Senior Class; Betty Lynn Bourne, pkg
six ((6) lots, 2 air conditioners Beta Club; Dale Abbott, Junior (Salad Dressing)
corner of Palmetto and Class; David Richardson, Sophomore Limit 1 with 5.00 or more food order Limit (2) with $5.00 or more food order
Lambert. Phone 437.3215 after Class; Lisa Knight, Eighth

4 p. m. Jan. 20 tf Grade; Richard Bullock, F.F.A.; Farm Fresh Produce LUCKY LEAF 25 Oz. Jar
--- Margie Blakely, F.H.A.; Robby
FILL DIRT-Call Martin Harding I Durrance, Band; John Geller, LARGE FIRMLETTUCE APPLE Jars
for fill dirt and top soil. Phone Seventh Grade; Jimmy McNab, SAUCE 2 S3C
4373669. Jan 13-TFC Freshman Class; James Allen Hd. 4ge

Furnished apartment for rent. Brannam, Jr., High Science Club; MUELLER'S (8 Oz. Med. or Wide)
4373367. Viki Heln, F.T.A.; Harry Bullock YELLOW COOKING
Call Harris Appliances,

- Dec.--23-tf. Library Club. ONIONS Bag'Z7e EGG NOODLES. 17CLIPTON'S


2-bedroom Florida room, and FROZEN FOODS 48 Ct.TEA .
The seniors at Dear Ole B.H.S.
carport beach house unfurnished.
Hurricane fence encloses are already feeling the excite. WINTER GARDEN 10 Oz. Pkg.
ment of graduation although It BAGS 5ge
back yard. Call 4373472. 2-10-tf
is still three months and eight STRAWBERRIES3Pk"

FOR SALE-3 bedroom, 21/fc days off! The reason for this

bath, double garage, central premature feeling is we are being 99 e CAMPBELL'S
heating, fire place, large Florida measured for our caps and TOMATO Cans
room, situated on 160x110 waterfront gowns this week. MORTON'S 8 Oz. SOUP 8 99....
lot. Call 439-2203, Flagler This year for the first time,
Beach. H-4-tf we are able to purchase a cap MEAT PIES 5Pk". 99C
as well as our tassles. MONOGRAM (Long Grain)
COX's UPHOLSTERY, Bunnell, Something else that is bring.
Fla Hwy. 11, will pick up and ing this feeling on is we turnedin DAIRY RICE B g' 39C
deliver all our baby pictures last week KRAFT (Qt. Bottle)
sample material and prices on for the annual. Oh! Were some
labor call 4373673. 7-1-tf of us cute, we all wonder what ORANGE JUICE. 35 BAKERY ITEMS -

SEPTIC TANK cleaning; drain happened!
fields Installed; snail shell. Reasonable Speaking of the annual, we are SEALTEST EVERFRESH (Reg. Loaf)

prices. Call George Ja all In the process of writing our ( tic 1/2 Gal. Loaves
roz, ID 7.3410 8-Ltf greatest words of wisdom down MILK dug 4ge BREAD 5 SSe

for our Senior Quotation. We are .
also racking our brains to remember vvrtvwwwwwwwywwvvw

JOHNSTON'S I what we did for these 50 FREE I 50 FREE I
FLAGLER BEACH REALTT CO. last four years. r 50 FREETOP :


WATER FRONT, FARMS walking around humming With purchase of ((3) 12With purchase of 5 With purchase of
ACREAGE "Pomp and Circumstances" don'tworry
Bee us for your real estate need about their sanity it's just Oz. Bottles Chiffon Liquid 5 (1) Valleydale Smoked ? ((2) Doz. Eggs (med.
Office Phone HE 9.2242 that May is finally in sight after I Detergent @ 29c ea. > Picnic j or large)

Residence Phones ID 7-3691 twelve years of waiting! Coupon Void After S Coupon Void After ? Coupon Void After

or ID 7-3517 ROSEMARY BROWN I Monday, Feb. 21, 1966 > Monday, Feb. 21, 1966 S Monday, Feb. 21, 1966



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Mrs. Richard Collins of Or. Sewing ThreadA PRICES GOOD CLOSED SUNDAYS

mond Beach spoke on general successful attempt to com THURSDAY, FRIDAY, SATURDAY QUANTITY RIGHTS
and local Woman's Club responsibilities bine the strength of nylon with February 17, 18 and 19, 1966 RESERVED
I(I the advantages of cotton has
she and addressed accomplishmentswhen the Flagler produced a unique sewing Store Hours Monday thru Thursday, 8 a. m. 6 p. m.-Fri. & Sat. 8 a. m 7 p. m.

Woman's Club last Wednesday I thread.
afternoon. As an illustration she The result is a finer but ARMOUR STAR-12-14 Lb. Avg. Wt.
used a huge tree to representthe I stronger thread, according to
different phases of Women's Miss Elizabeth Dickenson, clothing .
Club work all over the world.The I and textiles specialist, Flor Smoked Hams :hlk lk or IL 6S
deep underground roots, the top ida Agricultural Extension Serv- Half .
and to ice.
roots, the trunk, branches I,
the smallest leaf and how im :I The resilient characteristics!
portant each phase is to one another '['those which allow it to stretch
in making up such a large I I and yet demand that it returnto 1 U. S. CHOICE FLAVOR AGED FRESH 100% PURE
organization.There its original shape-make it BONELESS ROUND GROUNDSTEAK
are six main objectives,i particularly good for sewing
namely: Fine Arts, Education, 'stretch, synthetics, and knits. !b. 98* BEEF
Civic and International Affairs,'I I The Extension specialist says. Iftl"U. :
Community Improvements and l that the new thread has a sill.I
Home Achievements. Mrs. Collins I cone finish for smooth sewing U. S. CHOICE FLAVOR AGED S. CHOICE FLAVOR AGED
Is District Six director of the and easy threading. Garments CHUCK RIB
Florida Federation of Women's I I sewn with the thread can beI
Clubs. Preceding her talk Mrs.I ironed at any heat setting, sinceI STEAK Lb. 69* STEAK Lb. 98*
Frank Brede, assisted by Mrs.I I the nylon is protected by the cot..
ton. Very little tension adjustI
Mildred Sargeant, served delicious
German chocolate cake and I ment is necessary.I .
coffee, using valentine decor. Invited I The new thread is available ina CORN KING '
guests were Mrs. Collins, wide range of colors and black PORK SHOULDER PICNIC < an99c
Mrs. Francis Bishop of Spring. and white at your favorite notion
field, Mo., and Mrs. Mamie Ma. counter. PLATE STEW Lb. COUNTRY STYLE
lisch of Chicago, Ill. Mrs. Bishopis 3ge Lb.
Mrs. Jasper White's sister and WMU ASSOCIATION BACKBONE 7ge
she delighted the group with several MEETING HELD IN
piano selections before the ST. AUGUSTINEThe COPELAND'S ALL MEAT FRESH
short business meeting began. these for the St. SLICED Lb. Lb.
Miss Emily Gage, president, pre. Johns River program Associational Quar BOLOGNA 65e PORK STEAKS 69 JFOLGER'S
sided. terly meeting of the WMU, held
The club voted to Miss
sponsor In St. Augustine last Friday, was
Ann Bourne in the Bunnell TriHiY -
"Every Christian a Witness FLORIDA'S OWN
contest and also to make I I Now."The guest speaker stressed FLOCANESUGAR
a contribution to the District Vocational
the following questions in her COFFEE
Scholarship Fund. Mrs.I
talk: How well are you or I wit.
H. G. Heydt, ways and means .
nessing? To whom are we witnessing
chairman, reported the auction ? Is our field of personal '
had been a success and many I witnessing being taken care of? 1 b.39
all those who Can
thanks to helped .
Those attending said the conferences
with it, and especially to Mrs.I
were very helpful to all Or Your Choice 10 Oz.
Harold Massie for doing the auc- leaders.In 5 Lb. 39"
I Bag
tioneering and to Mrs. Francis

Bishop for the entertainment. one second, the sun radiates Limit 1 of your choice with 5.00 order Limit 1 with 5.00 or more food order
Mrs. Jasper White announced the
more energy than man has
East Volusia-Flagler County used since beginning of clvillba- -
Red Cross personnel would be tion. 2% CAN OSAGE 303 ARGO (By Del Monte)
the visiting guests at the Feb. FREESTONEPEACHES GARDEN
23rd program and social meeting Cross is. Mrs. Helen Kruger pre.
and urges members to be present I sented Mrs. L. H. Hardin as a PEAS
I 3
for 49
and bring friends to hear reinstated member, and she was 3 for 79
what the purpose of the Red' welcomed back by the members.
--- ----. 300 LYKES TASTY

24 Hour -X.. PINEAPPLE 0

Wrecker Service JUICE 3for890 STEW MUELLER'S 2 for 69

Flagler Truck & Tractor CO. BUSH GOLDEN YAM LONG

Farm Industrial Equipment Lb.

VIRGIL Owner DECKER Phone Bunnell ID, Florida 7.3242 POTATOES 3 for 79 0 FROZEN FOODS -



Rankin PlumbingPhone APPLES 4 Bag Lb. .33 0 BAKERY



CELERY 2 for 39
24-Hour Service. No job too large or too small


TOMATOES Lb. 23'0 MILK I 1/2 Plastic Bottle Gal. .49

I WWAWYWflJWWWWlAWUW.OJ..."..,..."....|...WWWmw.

BROWN & BROWN INC 50 EXTRA 50 50 *W 50 50 *&! 50S


With this coupon and your \ With this coupon and your | With this coupon and
PHONE NUMBER IS purchase of one 10 lb. Bag purchase of four (4) \purchase of your
18 one ((1) Quart
Idaho Baking Potatoes I oz. cans Shurfme ; Real Kill Bug Killer
Orange Juice
437-3394 Coupon Expires J Coupon Expires Coupon Expires
Saturday, Feb. 19, 1966 Saturday Feb.
19, 1966 Saturday, Feb. 19, 1966



JLOCALJPS I __ Merchants BREASTS lb. 59e29e

George Moody Sr.
Feted On 87th I GIBLETSWINGS Ib.
Elissa Tilton was hostess to

George Moody Sr. was honored j I members of the Country Club for lb.

at an Open House Sunday afternoon I their meeting last Wednesday

from 3 to 5 p. m. at the I night. It was a business and social

George Moody Jr. home in Flag- I meeting.

ler Beach. Hosts for the occasion Present were Molly Bertha,

were Mr. and Mrs. George Moody' Margie Kinney, Gertie Ramsey; ,

Jr. and Mr. and Mrs. M. 1 B. I' Madge Johnston, Pat Cowart,
Fuller. Margaret Knight, Phyllis Bertha U. S. D. A. CHOICE BEEF SALE

blossoms! in pastel and Betty Hawkins.
shades were arranged in the Plans were made to begin CHOCK STEAK lb. 63<

home.The dining room table was practice for the basketball game
overlaid with a white cutwork which will be a benefit for the

linen cloth and centered with an Scholarship Fund. The first

arrangement of white daisy type practice and organization of the ROUND BONE ROAST lb. 63*
mums. This was flanked by light,, team will be at the Bunnell Gym

green candles in silver candle at 3:30: February 20.
birthday All ladies of the town who are

cake sticks.was A featured three-tiered on one end interested in playing on the *
lb. 53
attend the
of the table and the coffee serv team are asked to
ice at the other end. meeting on the 20th. The team
will be composed of all ladies
Presiding at the coffee service
who would like to join.
Mrs. Helen Sullivan
were The club voted to sponsor Faye
ii in
Mrs. Lee Blakely. Assisting
serving the cake and punch and Durrance as their candidate for Valleydale "ALL MEAT" Lykes Sugar Creek SMOKED
the Miss Bunnell High Contest.
greeting the guests were Mrs. The date of April 16 has been SMOKED lb. I lb.
Tommy Durrance, Mrs. Leonard set for the 16th Annual CabbageBall. SAUSAGE 59* I SLAB BACON 73c
and Mrs. Selma Patter
Johnson It will be held in the Civic
Lean WesternPORK
son.Mr. Center from 9 to 1 p. m. The
Moody was born February:
members selected "April Showem" -
10, 1879, In Baxley, Georgia. He
the theme for the ball. *
came to Bunnell in 1904, and in as STEAKS Ib. 69 I

1913 he homesteaded a tract of IDLEWOOD CLUB
land in which is now Flagler
Beach. He is the only surviving PARTY SOON Van Camp's No. 2 /2 Can
member of the First .
Methodist Church of Bunnell, The Idlewood Club members, PORK BEANS Z 49C PET EVAPORATED
are planning to attend the Polish for
which is the oldest
Sausage Supper this Saturday
stitution in Flagler County. He MILK
evening at 6:30. Following Swift's 4 oz. Can
is a charter member of the Order; I 9 Mr. and VIENNA
the m.
supper p.
No. 92,: SAUSAGE 100
of Eastern Star, Chapter Mrs. Bo Manuel will be hosts to 4 for
and the only living member of; Tall 400
their home.
card at
the first Town Council of Bun a The folowing party committees were Polly Halves 7 Cans I
nell. He was appointed to the
appointed to make plans for a NCarm100
Governor 4
County Commission by I. Progressive Dinner Party to beheld
J. Catts when Flagler
Sidney In March: The social hour;
established and i
County was -Rosemary Brown Virginia King
served in that capacity until, POUND DAIRY SPECIAL -
and Peggy King. Appetizers-
1927. He was a member of the II Kathryn Perryman Wilda liar 5 BAG
State Legislature in 1929. 1 Ib. SolidsGINGHAM
gett and Shirley Chambers. The

Daisy Mrs. Walker Helen Sullivan were visitors and I I main Myrna course-Bette Knight, Jennie McDaniel Newell., GIRL OLEO 2 lb. 29<

The dessert course will be Inez I
Beach Monday.ArihurSonnyWilson. FLOURWith
Daytona --- Manuel, Janice Murray and Joy
Steflik. purchase of (1) 1 Ib. Tin FROZEN FOODS '
SURGERY MONDAY at 87c and $5.00 or more food order Foremost % Gal.

LIGHT BULLDOZINGFILL Russell Smith, seven.year.old ICE MILK Each
DIRT son of Mr. and Mrs. Shorty
Smith of Haw Creek, underwenteye

SHELLand surgery Monday at the Halifax .
Hospital. Surgery included Golden RipeBANANAS

the removal of an eye, the result Ib.

COQUINA ROCK of glaucoma. He Is expectedto tOe TIDE

be ready for a glass eye in
Phone about a month.
10 "-

Mr. and Mrs. Clarence (Bruz) 4ge GIANT 48

Gordon have returned from a Red SIZE

visit In Mobile Ala., with their
2 "". Limit 1 with $5.00 or more food order
son and daughter-in-law, Mr. and GRAPES 29c
Mrs. Lovelace Gordon. Mrs. Gordon
I had visited with them for I

For Sale by the Bushel the past three weeks and Bruz

Harvested From went up to accompany her home.
While there they greeted their
.tA. '

STATE AREA APPROVED new granddaughter. 50 100 50 WI

Rev. and Mrs. Oliver F. Taylor
advance noticeF. and children, Clifford Kennethand I with coupon & purchase with coupon & purchase* with coupon & purchaseof
Karen, visited in Jacksonville of (1) 16 oz. Can Sta-FIo of (1) Large Plastic ((1) 5 lb. Jar
Friday afternoon with Rev. I SPRAY STARCH MIXING BOWL @ 49c BIG CHIEF SYRUP

L. MALPHURSPhone Taylor's mother, who has been Coupon Void After Coupon Void After Coupon Void After

ill recently. I Monday, Feb. 21, 1966 Monday, Feb. 21, 1966 Monday, Feb. 21, 1966
439-2132 I I "
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SATURDAY FEB. 19 \!I ti] ''I

White Eagle Korona tll

Serving from 6:30 to 9 P. M.
Phone 4373227OPEN
Sponsored By

KORONA CIVIC CLUB 8:00 a.m.-1:00 p.m.

Quantity Rights Reserved Prices Good February 17, 18, 19, 20 and 21, 1966


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Plentiful FoodsIn tainlng walls, and drainageall you've never tried. Being experi- !Vegetable i Field I Dr. J. W. Wilson, chairman of
of which add extra expenses. mental keeps menus out of a rut the Central Florida Experiment

and adds Interest to cooking and :: Station and his staff will presentthe
February List Plan YourShopping eating. j f, Day At Sanford I newest research Informationon

February special events such Consider your neighbor behind Variety trials, insect, disease, I vegetable production.

.as the beginning of the Lenten In you with only a few Items in her II and nematode control, herbicides,

season and Washington's birthday cart. A smile and a courteous There are about 15,000 retail
vegetable breeding, new crops,
; i call for added attention to go-ahead takes so little time and II I businesses In Florida selling
SupermarketsWhen and nutrition will be
plant covered -
family menus. make shopping more pleasantfor principally products from agriculture
This year, Florida's meal plan- you go to the supermarket everyone. i at the Annual Vegetable and forestry.
Field Day at Sanford, Tuesday,
ners can look forward to gener- do you shop to get the most --.-

.ous supplies of a variety of foods for your time and your money? Plastic MulchingFor February 15. IU Qt'F.ST FOIl BIOS
home economists For instance, do you shop during Plans are complete for the Notice Is hereby given that the
for February use, say Field to be held Board of County Commissioners of
Day at the Central -
I with the Florida Agricultural the slow hours-usually during StrawberriesThey've Klagler County Is offering for sale
L Extension Service. mornings and early after- Florida Experiment Stationin the following county-owned prop-
: erty
at the farm located
? fuzz of
noons taken the International Heater.
! Heading the list of February about one mile east of the main Dodge Truck.
plentlfuls are prunes, prune products Do you check your store's peaches, the calories out of pea. office Scrap Iron.
I on Celery avenue. Healed, bids will be received until
I and canned red salmon. newspaper ads to take advantageof nuts, and the seeds out of grape- County agriculutural 9-00: A. M. March 7th. 1966, at the
specials? office of the Clerk of the Circuit
Others Incluude potatoes, onions, fruit and oranges. Now scientists and others interested are invitedto Court Courthouse, Bunnell Florida.
r and Do write down marketing The Board of County Commissioners -
oranges you your
sweet potatoes attend the Field
(l' have removed the straw Day, which reserves the right to reject
grapefruit. : list-and remember to begins at 1:30: p. m., Dr. James any and all bids.
take the list with ? from strawberries. Dated at Bunnell. Florida this
Dried prune production was 22 you Montelaro, vegetable crops specialist 15th day of February, A. D. 1966.
! last with the Florida growers are using ALKHED It. TUCKER Chairman
percent larger than average Marketing specialists Flo rlda Agricultural Ex- ATTEST:
year. The 1965 pack of canned Florida Agricultural Extension plastic mulch instead of strawto tension Service, said. E. E. SMYTHE, Clerk.
February 17-ltc:
red salmon totaled 2,00,000 stand- Service suggest that you also: keep down the weeds and .-. -. .-. .-. -. -. .-. -. -.-. . . .
of 1,168- -"'- .. ....1'. .. ...""',/'. .". . ."or....... ..or..."'
ard cases, an Increase List and shop for meat first, I stimulate plant growth. The new

! 000 over 1964. since some of your other pur- method is recommended by the FOR ALL HOURS-DAY OR NIGHT

The 1965 potato crop-at 288.9 chases may depend on your
Florida Agricultural Extension
E' million hundredweight-was the choice of meat. Service. AMBULANCE

I third largest on record. Continuous Watch for in-season specials in
Use of the plastic mulch, laid moNEVAlley4625]
I heavy storage supplies fresh fruits and vegetables. Buy SERVICE
means potatoes will be plentiful I II what's plentiful at a savings instead between the rows of the plants, ST AUGUSTINE. FLORIDA

I throughout the winter months. : of what's just coming in is accompanied by several other

I Storage supplies of onions are at a premium. methods of strawberry culture. Never be besltunt about calling a Garcia Ambulance. We

also large. Consider how much you are growers now fumigate the soil are always at your service with promptness, safety and

I for small nematodes, minute organ. experience.
Sweet potatoes continue plentiful paying per ounce a
isms that destroy the roots of
17.9 million package. If the larger size is
from the large
hundredweight 1965 crop. cheaper, it is a good buy only If the plants, and carry on regular Equipped With Oxygen Resusitator and Inhalator

December 1 at 129- you use the larger amount. If insect and disease control
Forecast on
000,000 boxes, the orange crop is some will be wasted, considerthe programs.The Garcia Funeral HomeP.

7 percent larger than a year smaller size. result for you-the con- I E. GARCIA, Licensed Funeral Director
earlier. The 44,000,000-box grape- Read the labels. Most labels sumer-is bigger and better ber ..:
contain much helpful information ries. For the producer-40 LADY ASSISTANT

over fruit the c Top preceding is up 3,000,000 year. boxes I: such as weight, size, brand cent more strawberries. per acre.per VSSMrYr1.V''ti'_....."....................or................. ..."!."............ ....."or."..:.!.

I number of ----- -
or grade, servings,
Home Building BUS QECIPEwssc f YOU READ THIS
quainted with different grades FOR DINNER,ELMER. CHOM. I GUESS THE LEST TO THE GuY--FQESN RIGHT,BAB* ?
Show Rise
Costs KIO O/O Y'OU
Compare food prices In relation cj TELLS HOW
to number of servings. Bone- BIGRRB NATE? KRANTZ \ To MAKE A ROCK
Buying a home is the largest "2 6AQOCN.
families less meat, for example, gives MOTORS
investment many
about double the number of serv-
will ever make. So It's important / a O
ings that bone-in meat does, and ir16NT. ,
to consider carefully
may be a thrifties buy even
l i many factors Involved In home though considerably higher in

r financing. price pound. '
r' During the last 10 years the
Keep your eyes open for foods
average cost of new homes has

Increased about 50 per cent.

Higher prices account for some

of the increase, but higher incomes :-

led to larger houses, im

proved materials, and more and
better mechanical equipment.

Research shows that enclosed

space costs range from about $9

to $20 or more per square foot.

Costs vary according to location,

size, type, and quality of houses.
Other cost factors are the kind

and amount of mechanical

equipment as well as such itemsas
heating and cooling systems

end landscaping.Before buying .a building site, for sure control of

have an architect check the

adaptability of the size of the
soil insects in
lot for the plan, excavations, re- potatoesand
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Sealed bids will be received In the othervegetable
bfflcB of the City Clerk of the City
of Uunnell Florida, In the Civic
Center Building, on or before 4:30:
p. m. on the 7th day Thermal Aerosol -
6. for one (1) new crops.
Fog Generator with the follow
ing specifications:
1. Generator shall be capable of
usable fog output of from 20
gallons to 120 gallons per hour.
2. Generator shall be compact unit
of the Blower-Heater type powered
by equipped Briggs with& Stratton a 12-volt engine Whether you grow potatoes or other vegetable You can use either Diazinon AC500 emul-

starter generator.shall have capacity at crops you can rely on Diazinon insifiable solution in a spray, or apply
3. least 225 C.1.'.M. at 2 V.S.I pres secticide to deliver the superior kind of soil Diazinon 14G granular with an appropriate

4. sure.Heater shall be air jacketed. insect control that definitely makes bigger spreader.
5. Fog nozzle shall be with special and better
"no drip" feature regardless of yields possible. Since Diazinon is also effective against a

0. output.Heater and engine fueled by Diazinon even gives you effective conwide range of chewing and sucking insects

L.P. Gas. trol of those strains of insects which have that attack foliage, you can simplify your
metered by
.. 7. Formulation
type system with discs for all become resistant to previously used insettotal insect control program by applying

standard to 120 settings gallons from per 20 hour gallons ticides. So results are more certain when Diazinon foliar sprays during the season.

8. output.Heater fuel system and formula you use Diazinon against wireworms, cutFor sure insect control, order Diazinon

lgIIIb.b.m machined controlled solenoid by 12- worms, mole crickets,and maggots.What's today. And write us for your free copy of

valves. more, Diazinon delivers long- the brand new 1966 Diazinon Handbook.
with all the
9. Machine necessary equipped Instruments including lasting control without creating residue It has all the information.

pressure pyrometer.gauges, thermocoupleand problems in the crop you treat, or in succeeding Geigy Agricultural Chemicals, Division

10.11. Unit Unit to presently be mounted being in used crops. Just follow the simple directions of Geigy Chemical Corporation, Saw Mill

the against City of the Bunnell purchase to be price tradedIn of on the label. Rates are low, appliRiver Road, Ardsley, New York.

the new unit. cation is easy.Generally .

the The right City to Commissioners reject any and all reserve bids you can control most soil insects Geigy

judgment and to accept the for bid the that In its by disking in a broadcast application CMATOM O>CMIMICUI MOOf,:

Ida.terest of thelCity of Bunnell Flor- of Diazinon within one week of planting. Diazinon

WITNESS my hand and official
seal this 8th day of February, A.D.
. .
r 1966.S/ Martin B. McDaniel Mayor
City of Bunnell Florida
/SI Mrs. Nancy C. Rogert City
Clerk. Feb. 10.17-2tc



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Mulch Planting !ing is to let growers plant their These changes permit the This is particularly true in soils I planting depths, residual soil
crop earlier and with less ex ,I equipment to be used for both with a heavy subsoil where the fertility as well as Improvementin
Promises To :, pense.Dr. conventional and mulch planting seed is planted in or very near methods of planting and cultivating
M. C. Lutrick, assistant I and cultivation with minimum the subsoil. i promise to make mulch'
Become i agronomist at the West Florida changes. One of the most obvious advantages planting a widely accepted practice
PopularMulch I
Station, said the Soil Conservation I Corn yields on a deep sandy of mulch planting, according in the state.
Service got this mulch soil were not affected by the to Dr. Lutrick, has beenin
planting of row cropshasn't planting idea underway in 1954' method of planting, or the way planting soybeans after small New York's Pennsylvania Station
been widely accepted by in the Coastal Plains area of I the fertilizer was applied. When grain. At this season of the year, was modeled after a single
Florida growers mainly becauseit South Carolina and Georgia. corn was mulch planted on a; moisture is limited and time is room In ancient Rome's Baths of
Introduces a new concept in lie said the purpose at that I soil with a heavy subsoil low in very pressing. The method of Caracalla.
farming. time was to discourage farmers fertility, yields were decreased planting does not affect soybean
This type of planting is a from burning crop residue Just I compared to corn planted in the yields, but being able to mulch "'T'i
method where row crops are before planting.Dr. conventional style. plant earlier has increased the PETERSON TEXACO
seeded directly into the crop residue Lutrick has improved i In most instances,it seems that yield as well as eliminated the I SERVICE
without prior land prepara mulch planting and cultivationby moisture is more critical for good cost of seed bed preparation and ROAD SERVICE I
tion. The planting is done witha adding a row marker to the I seed germination under the loss of soil moisture. I Light Mechanics.* Work
listerplanter.The lister-planter and using a rolling I mulch planting method than under From research to date, Dr. Lut Phone 437.3441 3unn.U
whole idea of mulch plant cultivator in the first cultivation. i II the conventional planting.!. rick feels that further work with I -----



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i benefits under the new housing I dancers, singers and actors by Radish production in FloridaIs The southern blennies, a family -

j' 11 act of 1965, administered by the I Dr. L. L. Zimmerman, "Cross and a highly mechanized and of fishes which frequentFlorida's

t) Federal Housing Administration, I Sword" director; Dr. Elwood' highly specialized business. Pro coast, are characterizedby I
I and for Information on this, they Keister, musical director, both of
duction of this crop Is in the a set of pelvic fins which
I should contact their local FHA the University of Florida, and
Mrs. Louisa Durhelmer of Albany hands of relatively few growers. they use much as legs.
Georgia, visited here last office. Frank Rey, University of I
Florida, choreographer for the I
weekend with her mother, Mrs.
Nell Allen. BLACK HILLS production. II I
Written by Pulitzer prize-win
ning author Dr. Paul Green, I
Mrs. Lily Creal had as her OPENS SUNDAY "
"Cross and Sword, described as
I house the past week, Mrs.
guests will
Forty-two performances a skillful blending of acting, is hereby given that a municipal election will
Walter Crady of Louisville, Ky.,
: be given of the Black Hills Pas
and scenic design
singing, dancing -
I and Mrs. Rebecca Bush and Mrs. sion Play, which enters its 14th tells of St. Augustine'sfirst be held in the City of Bunnell, Florida, on Tuesday,

Nell Peterson of Jacksonville.Mrs. season at Its winter headquarters I'I two years of settlement It the 8th day of March, A. D. 1966, for the purpose of

Bush and Mrs. Peterson the Lake Wales Amphithe was presented for the first time electing three City Commissioners. All persons desiring

have returned to Jacksonvilleand fora atre, with the first presentationof last year as the major part of' to have their names printed upon the official
Mrs. Crady will remain 1966 at 6 m. Sunday. The
p. the 400th Anniversary Celebration
visit. ballots as candidates are required to pay to the City
longer play will continue through April
for this oldest city and cast
Clerk of said City, with whom he qualifies, a filing
city founder Don Pedro Menen-
Mr. and Mrs. Walter Morris 17.Josef Meier, who has portrayedthe dez as the hero. The 1966 season I fee of five per centum ((5%) of the annual salaryof

visited in Orlando during the Christus more than 8,000 I II 'I of "Cross and Sword" will be the office of City Commissioner of said City on or

past weekend with their son-in- i I times, will be supported with a from June 28 through before 12:00 o'clock the
I I September i : noon, on 25th day of February
and Mrs.
Mr. ;
law and daughter, cast of 150.Following. :
4, nightly except Mondays. Curtain A. D. 1966.
John Ellis. the first performance
I i i time is 8:15: EST.
Sunday, the play will be addition the March 5
In to tryouts -
BOZE KITCHENS presented every Tuesday, Thurs I Mr. Rahner announces that Notice is further given that the registration booksof

ENJOYS MANY day and Saturday at 7:30 p. m., national auditions will be held the City of Bunnell, Florida, are now open for

LETTERS AND CARDS Wednesdays February 23. and I at the University of North Car registration of voters to and including the 25th day,
Had card from Boze Kitchens I I through March at 3 m., and
a p.
'olina, Chapel Hill, March 1819. until
much he 12:00: o'clock noon, of February, A. D. 1966.
this week telling how Sundays at 6 p. m. The St. Augustine Amphithe
had enjoyed and appreciated the During Holy Week there will
atre located on State Road 3,
many letters and cards received be presentations every night at a clearly marked highway lead. Mrs. Nancy C. Rodgers, City Clerk

after the item in the Tribune re 7:30: o'clock, every Sunday whenit Ing from Ocean Highway AlA.
cently. He said he had received is at 6 p. m.AUDITIONS.

letters and cards from former
I students from Tallahassee to Mi FOR

ami. He said they were very welcome CROSS AND SWORD


much. Being a semi-invalid and Auditions for the 1966 seasonof R

shut in, these have been very St. Augustine's colorful out H. CRAIG Funeral Director

helpful. He is looking forwardto door drama, "Cross and Sword," JOHN CAPO Manager
hearing from them again and are scheduled for Saturday,

also others. The address Is 417 March 5, beginning at 10 a. m. AIR LADY OXYGEN

W. Duval street, Live Oak, Fla. at the St. Augustine Amphitheatre .'.ONDmONEDCHAPEL I I EQUIPPED

32062. announces "Cross and Prompt Service ATTENDANT: AMBULANCES
Sword" General Manager Thom.
Praise To The Lord as Rahner. I II The Flagler TribunePhone Phone ID 7-3532
By Rev. Oliver Taylor
Mr. Rahner that the
reports I ZDlewood 7-3232 J 201 E. MOODY BLVD. BUNNELL, FLORIDA ,
Our vocabulary reflects our auditions will be conducted for I .
personality. Our greatest meansof ---- -
communication with others Is

found in the words which we I

speak. Therefore, it is importanthow
a Christian expresses himself .

iness within, and his his community.home, his Untilwe bus. For the guy who'd rather drive than fly : Chevelle SS 396

open our mouths to talk It Is

difficult for someone to tell very

much about our character. A

Christian's character reflects the

Christ who is his Saviour. It

takes a great deal more character
to stand for that which is

right rather than to engage one
self in uncomplimentary lan .
guage simply to be "one of the
boys." The language of the

Christian should be praise to the .
Lord. "From the same mouth NN..M.

come blessing and cursing. My
brethern, this ought not be so."

James 3:10.HOUSING.


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Veterans Affairs, said that he

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Dixon said he would like for

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