The Flagler tribune

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The Flagler tribune
Place of Publication:
Bunnell Fla
Creation Date:
July 7, 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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Upward SurgeIn I I Primary Called


Board On AlA I I' University of Florida Radio Sales For Florida Assessor Don Moore went Judge Of Appeals

TV Specialist JIm Camp beginsa to Tallahassee to I
Flagler County Board of Coun Mr. Ray L. Mercer, Chairmanof In this issue of The Tribune
two-weeks vacation Saturdayat I attend of Assessors.
a meeting
ty Commissioners voted at their the Flagler County Savings
Secretary of State Tom Adamsis
the Ralph Sharpe cottage in i All Assessors of the State were I
Tuesday morning meeting to Bonds Committee made known
giving notice of
a legal
Flagler Beach. Jim who is Di. : asked by Comptroller Bud Dick. spec
ask the State Road Departmentto today that purchases of U. S. ial primaries to be held on Aug.
rector of Continuity for Radio inson to to Tallahassee to
do something about the serious Savings Bonds, in Florida during ust 2 and if August
Stations WRUF and WRUF FM necessary
learn what guide lines to followIn
conditions caused by drop May continued the upward I 16.
will be accompanied by his assessing in accordance with
offs AlA from Marineland to
on that started In March
: grandmother Mrs. G. A. Flew. surge the ruling of the State Supreme The purpose 01 tae primaries .
through the county. They asked after President Johnson
ellen of McIntosh, who will re Court on June 8. is to select nominees of recog
for the shoulders to be built up nounced Interest
new higher
a I
nized political to become
turn home after the first week. parties
to the level of the roadbed. rate of 4.15% for them. Purchases candidates in the general elec.
They also agreed to assist the Death RuledAccidental
in May amounted to more tion of November 8 for the officeof
City Commissioners in securing State Parks Now than $9,000,000 and were 21 percent Judge of The District Court of

signal lights at the Park Ave'j greater than in the same Appeal, First Appellate District.

crossing from Railroad Available To All month of 1965. The August 16th date is Included .

the Deen Road, Bay street inter. I For the five months of 1966to By Jury in case there should bea

section. For Same FeeA May 31st sales are more than run off.Gator.
Don Moore asked permissionto seven percent ahead of the Accidental death by carbon

withdraw his request that his statewide entrance permit same period a year ago. monoxide poisoning was the

office be put on a budget system that will admit the purchaserand "Florida has achieved 47.8% finding Saturday of a Coroner's SymphonicBand

instead of fees. He said he want. the occupants of his car to of its year's quota of $88,800,000 Jury in the Friday morning

ed to cooperate with the Boardin all Florida's 51 state parks has I in the first five months and may death of H. G. Heydt 71, Flagler At Foster
down gone on sale today for the first Beach.
holding expenses. well be headed for a new record I
Moore had requested the budget time in the history of the Florida for the purchase of E. and H. The 1urv was- empanelled bv Memorial. Sunday
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system at a Board meeting June Park System. Bonds. The highest previous Justice of the Peace Levi Bra;;.

7. I State Park Director Bill Miller year's sale occured in 1963 and nam after Heydt was pronounced The Gator Symphonic Band

The Board approved seven appointments I announced today that the first amounted to $89,213,403. At the dead on arrival at Bunnell from the University of Florida,

as deputy sheriffsof of these passes will cost $2.58 end of May that year sales of General Hospital.Mrs. conducted by Richard W. Bowles,

the county. for a six-month period. Beginning $40,896,188 had been recorded as Heydt said her husband will present a special concert,

January 1, 1967, annual for the a nondriver, was in the habit of Sunday (July 10) at the Stephen
against $42,457,085 comparable
passes will be sold for $5.15 in. months this year.", Mr. starting the car in the garage Foster. Memorial, White

ASC NOMINATIONSFILED eluding tax. Mercer reported. 'and letting It warm up to keepit Springs.The scheduled for

Miller said the new permits in shape. She said he got up program
2 :30 p. m., will be Held on the
replace the annual auto passes at 3 Friday morning and started
FSC 6lub Plans East lawn of the 200-foot Foster
Farmers are reminded today that have been sold tor admission the car as usual. Later she Carollon Tower.
to individual parks only. smelled gas fumes and found
that petitions nominating a
Foster to be
farmer to serve as ''an ASC com He added that they will mean a Noontime MeetingThere her husband slumped in the Stephen include march
played a ar
saving to travelers moving front seat, the car still running.
mitteman be
filed at
may anytime
were 37 present Including rangement of Suwannee River
after July 1. Emery Will. j throughout the state as well as .
five visitors when the Flag by Reid Poole, Santa Anna'sRetreat
lams. Chairman Agricultural j to! residents who make frequentuse ContestBy
ler Senior Citizens Club met Beauty from Buena Vista, and a
Stabilization and Conservation of a nearby park.. Tuesday evening July 5, at the medley titled Fosterlana.
State Committee said today that Statewide boat launching de. Florida CrownTo
I Municipal building, Flagler Featured soloist will be flutist
| cals also will sale now at
he was making the announcement go on B*>ach. The Club is on a summer Leah Russell of Miami a senior

to correct any possible i!' the same price and will allow schedule of one regular meetinga Be Held Aug. 27 majoring in education, who is
boat the launch.
misunderstanding about the owners to use month and will hold its next widely known as one of the few

time for filing nominating peti i ing ramps in all parks through. meeting at the clubroom on I The Queen of the Florida sightless persons to perform
out the State without additional is
tions. Crown Beauty Pageant trulya
August 2. regularly with a marching band.
"An announcement that nominating fees.The There will be an executive contest of Queens. She will play Kennan's Night
petitions are being re I daily automobile entrancefee board meeting of the Club The Florida Crown is comprised Soliloquy.
at the larger state parks is of the 15 counties in northeast
ceived is always made In advance Thursday morning July 7, at 10 Another feature will be The
of the time for electionof now 50c, and a charge of 50c is Florida.At .
o'clock at :the home of Lynn Man Who Invented Music by
committeemen," the Chair. made for the use of their boat least one young lady is
Clary, chairman, North HighwayAlA. Don GillIs. The narrator will be
man explained, "and some launching ramps. selected in each county as the Bill Swisher whose voice is fa.

farmers may get the mistaken The parks director stressed The Club voted as one of Its loveliest young lady In the miliar to all listeners within
impression that the petitionsmay that the new passes will in no county each year. In some in.
special outings of the summer range of WRUF, the Universityof
be filed the way effect the camping fee of stances where there Is more
only during approximately season to meet for a 12 o'clock Florida radio station.A .
10 days between the $2.06 per night for a camp site. luncheon at Quick and Tasty than one Chamber of Commerceor new concert march by As-
He also pointed out that the Commission ina
time of the announcement and Development
restaurant, July 19. The restau sistane Director Robert Foster,
the deadline for submitting peti permits are not transferable and rant is located on Highway AlA county then there may be named for the University ofFlorida's
tions. I hope this statement will that the decals must be attach. more than one contestant entered .
just north of Ormond Beach. This Century Tower, will be
ed to the automobiles and boats. the .
clarify the issue". from county.A
will be a Dutch treat affair and given one of its performances.
"Any local resident who is eli They can be purchased at any reservations are necessary. Those contestant may In fact be Conductor Bowles has chosen

gible to take part in one or more state park where entrance or planning to attend are asked to entered by a Chamber of Com- the overture, The Draigoons of

of the farm programs which ASC boat launching fee isjcharged or phone Chairman Lynn Clary, merece a Qty or a County In Villars by Malllart. The modern
committeemen help to administer from the Park Board's head. the Florida Crown.Practically .
439-2092, on or before July 17, suite Newsreel in Five Shots
vote in the elections, quarters at 101 West Gaines every communityhas
may or if he cannot be reached to which describes musically several
and he may hold office as a com- Street in Tallahassee. phone 4373730. an annual event at whicha scenes frequently photo.

mitteman regardless of race Queen is selected from among
graphed, is 'also scheduled.
creed, or national origin. BUNNELL LITTLE the beauties of the area. She Other selections by the band

"Farmers who are eligible to I I UF SCIENTIST could be a Watermelon Queen, for the outdoor program will Include .

vote In the committee elections,. LEAGUE a Cotton Queen, a Tobacco a choral prelude by Bach
also have the right to nominate j' STANDINGS Queen, a Rose Queen a Berry written on the melody of A

as a candidate any farmer who!I $1500 FELLOWSHIP I I Won Lost Queen or the Queen of this or Mighty Fortress is Our God, anda
is eligible and willing to serveas I Team that Festival.
a commItteeman. Such nominating Dr. James M. Kling, researcch I Yankees ........................ 4 0 Regardless of the type of new composition in Japanese Paul

petitions each one nominating I I associate in Veterinary Science Cardinals ...................... 1 1 event the young lady is selectedby style entitled Pachinko by .

one farmer and signed with the Florida Agricultural Dodgers .......................... 1 1 local judges as Queen for Yoder. of the Gator

six Experiment Stations, was award. Braves ............................ 0 3 the year. These are the young The appearance
by or more eligible voters I Symphonic Band 'at the Stephen
I ed the 13th annual Salsbury ladies who are entered by the I
may be filed at the ASCS county I Foster Memorial is an annual
office at 'any time between July Fellewship by the National Tur- The Yankees are being lead Chamber of Commerec or Cityor event.
Fellowship by the National Tur by the hitting of T. Prevatt with County in the Queen of the
1 and August 1, the deadline for There is no charge for special
such filings. Eligible voters may I key Federation recently. a 800 avg. and B. Dunson 440. Florida Crown Beauty Pageantto at the Memorial other
The $1500 fellowship is award The leading pitchers for the be held in Jacksonville Beachon programs
sign as many petitions as they admissionto
than the regular gate
wish. i ed to the most outstanding Yankees are R. Abraham and J. Saturday, August 27th. the 243-acre park on the

In Florida ASC committeemen graduate In a field of study relating Collins. This is not a talent contest banks of the Suwannee River.

elections will be held by mail to turkey diseases.Dr. The Cardinals leading hittersare but contestants are Judged en-

balloting August 1626. Each I Kling has been at Florida T. Mathen 851 and G. Crews tirely on beauty and personality Celotex Corp., a subsidiary of

county elections chooses three'I for the past three years while 570.For and It Is truly a contest of Jim Walter Corp., plans to re

committeemen and alternates. working on his Ph.D degree.In the Dodgers M. Bacon 426 Queens. locate Its Chicago Research
and B. Ervin 440.
Center in St. Petersburg. The
for the
Doing the hitting
I andJ. The of stream spawning center Is expected to open late
333 eggs
Braves are R. Sandling
Florida produces 64% of theworld's the Hebrides off the coastof salmons and trouts pick up I In 1967.
Arnold 274.
Scotland, carrots once were I
grapefruit and 23% of particles of sand which help
the world's and packs collected by the young women The chief result or argumentsIs
oranges them sink to the bottom and
95% of the world's orange concentrate !I and distributed as dainties I: good If you friend think don't you get have into a a business very. I anchor there, says the Miami the disturbance of the disput
their acquaintances on
and 80% of the world'stotal among Seaquarium's Capt. Bill Gray. ants.p .
deal with him.
processed citrus products. Sundays and at their dances. :


Thursday, July 7, 1966


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O. F. ALT7ORD I Defendant. :

DIVORCE You and each of you are hereby
Registered NOTICE TO APPEAH notified and required to present any I

I THE STATE OF FLORIDA, TO: claims and demands which you or
Real Estate Broker I have against
REGINALD WILLIAMS whose either of you, may
Stanley L. Farnsworth -
residence and Post Olflce addrest the estate of
said Coun
Bunnell FloridaPETERSON unknown. deceased late of
are ty, to the County Judge of Flag When
I II You are hereby notified that Ii ler County, Florida, at his office
suit for divorce has been filed In the court house of said County:
against you In the above entitled at Bunnell, Flagler County. Florida _
cause and you are hereby required within six calendar months from
to serve upon Halntlffs Attorney: the time of the first publication of
TEXACOSERVICE whose name and address appeal this notice. Two copies of each
hereon, your written defense, II claim or demand shall be In writ
I any, to the Bill of Complaint 1 In ing, and shall of
II said suit on or before the 6th day residence and post emealJecses of.
I ROAD SERVICE I of August 1966, else decree pro the claimant and shall be sworn

Mechanics Work confesso will be entered against to by the claimant, his agent, or I Need
Light I attorney and accompanied by i a You
Pbone 437.3441 3unnell you.WITNESS my hand and seal ol filing fee of one dollar and such
said Court this lit day of July; ,, claim or demand not so filed shall
__ s
1 1966. I be void.
E A. SMYTHE /sEdna F. FarnsworthAs
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: : -I Clerk of said Court. administrator of the Estate oAs
(Seal) By: s/ Julia R. Harvey executor of the Last Will and
Deputy Clerk.W. Testament ofStanley

& UPHOLSTRY WORKS I P. O. Box Florida 896 First deceased publication June 16th 1966

Bunnell June 16. 23, 30. July 7. 4tc
710-12 Lemon St. Attorney for Plaintiff
July 7-14-21-28-4tc'l 1\ THE COUNTY JUIH.K'H COURT, GOODPrinting
Phone EA 5-9166 I TO ELECT 0\K MKMIIMl: OK NO. SIS

Furnitu-v Upholstering HOARD OF Hll'ER\HOIi KOHIIIMINl i IN RE: Estate of I
epairea & Refinished I Notice Is hereby given that a NOTH TO I llittresses & Box Springs I cial meeting of the owners of All creditors of the estate of

Maae\o Order Also Renovated I situated in the Blmlnl IIPt'-1 VINNIE WILSON deceased! are I
District In Flagler County I hereby notified and required to file
Call Laura Morris 437.3233 1 la hereby called to be held, In I any claims or demands which they
the Flag have against said estate In
Commissioners Room of may
Alter 6:00 P. M. ler County Courthouse, Bunnt-ll:, I I the office of the county judge of

PRICES REASONABLE I Florida on the 19th day of Jllly.1, lagler County, l NEEDED. A. D 1966 at 3 o'clock P M. courthouse at Bunnell, Florida
BUDGET PLAN IF the purpose of electing one member within six calendar months from
Just as near as your of the Board of Supervisors for the date of the first publication
Phone or Post Office II the term of three years and to at of this notice. Each claim or demand
Call tend to such other business pertaining must be In writing and must
Drop Us A Card or to the district that may state the place of residence and
Free Pick-up & Delivery come before the meeting post-office address of the claimantand
I IST..T" At such and every must be sworn to by the
asme I acre of land l'cfAonth said l District claimant his agent, or his
shall be entitled one vote in person ey, or It will become void
or by :0l writing duly ing to law a.ttorn-I
: OK FLORIDA I signed for each acre of land ownedby I June 23rd, 1966.

OFFICE OF SECRETARY I SSOF' I may him represent In said their District wards.Guardians Execu I Executor of Adams the Estate,

tors and administrators may rep VINNIE WILSON, Deceased OFFICE FORMS
STATE.KNOW YE that I. TOM ADAMS,, rsent the estates of deceased per I First publication on June 23. 1966
Secretary of State of the State oFlorida I sons and private corporations maybe June 23.30 & July 7-14-He
,do hereby give notice that represented by their officers 01
Elections will be duly authorized agents. IN THE COUNTY JUDOE'H COURT
Special: Primary TuesdayAugust It Is ordered that this notice be IV AND FOR COUN ENVELOPESINVOICES
County on
held In Flagler : I FLORIDA. IV PROBATE
2 and If necessary a second published each week for two consecutive TV .
election or I weeks In The Flagler Tribune CASE NO. 818
special primary i iFlagler Ir IN RE: Estate of
a newspaper published
Tuesday,.August .
> rJj.y Elections are County, Florida: VINNIE WILSON Deceased.NOTICE
being The Special held for the purpose of selecting Date of first publication July i iA. 7, OF HROHATE
nominees of recognized political D. 1966.
parties to become candidate By order of Board or SupervisorsA
B. JOHNSTON, President. :
General Election on
In the
notified that a
You are hereby
ber 8. 1966 for the office of Judge Attest O.: F ALFORD Secretary. written Instrument purporting to
Court of Appeal, LETTER HEADS
of the District District July 7th-14th 2tc.OitlINANCH. be the La"t Will and Testament of
First Appellate said decedent has been admittedto
and the
Given under my In this court. You are
No. 66 probate
Great Seal of the State
within six calendar
at Tallahassee, the Capital months from the date of the
of July A. D.,
the First day
Adams LIMITS OF THE CITY OF FLAG- first publication of this notice to
(SEAL) Secretary Tom of State LER BEACH, FLORIDA REPEALING appear In this court and show
July 7-14-21-3tc, ORDINANCES IN cause If any you can, why theaction
CONFLICT HEREWITH ANT of this court In admittingsaid

AND FOIl FLAbLER COUNTY, Whereas, the City Commission /sT. I:. MCKNIGHT
'I.ORIDA.PRUETT finds that the property described County Judge, ,
CONSTRUCTION CO. herein is owned exclusively bOCEAN Flagler County Florida
INC. a Florida Corporation, PALM COUNTRY CLUB:: Dnte of first publication: June BILL HEADS
Plaintiff, INC. and Is contiguous to the 23rd. 1966.
vs. present boundaries of the City ol June 23-30 & July 7-U-He

VINEY 'O'HARA BOSWELL Hflgler Beach; and
of Florida I I City of IV (AMI-lit NO. .107
resident of the State
who has been absent from the for ::t1ahd to be Included within :'01\\('H.\JoI. DEAN McCAVE

State for more than" sixty (60); the municipal boundaries of said Plaintiff.SUSAN' I
In the alternative so City; andWHEREAS VI.
days, or
congeals herself that Service of the City Commission JANE McPAVE, TICKETS and TAGS
Process cannot be served upon finds that the lands described herein Defendant I
can be served with municipal NOTICE: TO 11PFKVU
her. NOTICE OF tIT: utilities and services now there THE STATE OF FLORIDA TO: I I
YOU to foreclose a BB IT ORDAINED BY THE Whose residence and post office II I
that a Complaint
lien. the following CITY OF FLAGLER BEACH IN address are unknown.
contractor's described real upon property: PEN SESSION SITTING, AS FOLLOWS You are hereby notified that a CIRCULARSANNOUNCEMENTS
has been filed In
suit against
: : you
North 250 feet of Government -
Lot 1, Section 26, 1. The boundaries of the City oFlagler the above entitled cause; and you
Range Beach be and they are are hereby required ktoorlhr.o answer
Township lifafe'.tb; hereby amended to Include wIthin with the t,
31 East,
Floridahas the corporate limits of said cltj: and to serve a copy thereof upon
been died In this Court againstyou that real property more particularly the plaintiff or plaintiffs attorney,
described as follows: whose name and address Is:
and you are hereby other requiredto defense That portion of Fractional Section DONALD I>}. BUCK
file or
to your said suit In the office of 29 and that Portion of Government 108 St. George Street I .
Clerk of the Circuit Court of Lot 5, Section 30, being St. Augustine Florida
the Flagler County, Florida at tho In Township 12 South, Range 32 MItt rlnt July 30.oAd D. 1966
Flagler County Courthouse In East Flagler County. Florida, and you do r pro
confesso will be entered againstyou
described followsCommence
before August being as :
Bunnell on or
relief demanded In the
at the Intersection ot for the
and to
1966 a
15 serve copy
thereof the Plaintiffs attorneys, the South line of said Section 29: bill of complaint. The nature of .
on with the Westerly line of State said suit being for divorce.
Street, Daytona Beach, } and PAUL, R STERN Post Office laid out; thence Westerlyalong said Court this 28th day of June
Box 5307 Daytona Beach Florida,, said South line of Section A. D 1966Official .
as required by the Laws of Florida 29, a distance of 426.32' to the point ( Seal E A SMYTHE
and the Florida Rules of Civil of beginning; of said Circuit Court
Procedure. If you fall to do so a From said point of beginning go By Julia R. Harvey
Decree Pro Confesso will be taken Northerly and otto State Deputy Clerk
against you for the relief soughtin Road AlA a distance 121987'to June 30 & July 7-14.21-Uc

the a point:
This l Complaint notice shall be publishedonce Thence Easterly and at right IV CIRCUIT COURT OF TilE
each week for four consecutive angles to last described line a distance !SEVENTH' JUDICIAL CIRCUITIN :
of 100' to a point AND FOR FLAGLEIl COUN
weeks In the Flagler County
Tribune. Thence Northerly and parallel to TY FLORIDA, IV CHANCERY But We Do Some of the
WITNESS my hand and official State Road AlA, a distance of 300' NO. 5306THELMA Best
seal at Bunnell. Florida, Flagler to a point; LUCILLE EVANS.
County, this 6th day of July. 1966 Thence Westerly and at right Plaintiff,
Clerk of angles to last described line a distance
the Circuit Court In and of 100' to a point JAMES EVANS,
Thence Northerly and parallel to Defendant
For Flagler County, -
State Road AlA a distance of 1300'' ORDFR OF PUBLICATION
s/Julla R, Harvey, D. C. more or less, to a point In the IN THE NAME: OF THE STATEOF
PAUL, R. STERNPost North line of aforesaiGovernmentot FLORIDA:
Office Box 5307 5: TO: JAMES DELBERT EVANS
Daytona Beach, Florida Thence Westerly and along the RT. NO S
Plaintiff. North line of Government Lots Sand MERRY HILL, .
Attorneysfdor 4, a distance of 1030' more or NORTH CAROLINAYou
C SIMPSON less to a point In the right of way are hereby required to file I
THOMAS 114 Street line of the Florida Intracoastal with the Clerk of this Court your : Dial 4373282The
Beach Florida Waterway: answer to the Bill of Complaint
Daytona for Plaintiff. Thence Southerly along said right filed herein against you In the I
Attorney July 1.U.21.Z8-Uc. of way of the Florida Intracoastal above entitled cause on or before
Waterway a distance of 2850' more the 30th day of July A. D, l land
or less, to the Southerly line of sareve a copy thereupon R. K.
Section 30: thence Easterly along; Robe non. Esq. plaintiffs attorney
Southerly line of Sections SO and herein whose address Is Clayton
m 1 p Jlajlrr Sribttnr 29, a distance of 930' more or less & Roberson, 209 Conrad BuildIng -
to the point of beginning DeLand. Florida. "The Flagler
2. All ordinances I or parts of ordinances Tribune" is hereby designated as
D1JJrNELL. FLORIDA In conflict herewith are the newspaper In h& order
hereby repealed. hall be published once week for
MRS. M. B. FULLER. Editor 3. This ordinance shall take effect four consecutive weeks HEREIN
Immediately upon Its final FAIL NOT OR A DECREE PRO
Designated ..wsp...r f.. all Charles RockettCommissioner AGAINST YOU FOR SUCH FAIL

Legal Advertlslag URE.
Willie S. Harrison The nature of this suit Is a bill
Commissioner for divorce.
Entered at second class matterFebruary Floyd J. CollinsCommissioner WITNESS My hand and seal at
t. 111. at tin post- BunneUIcFla&ler County Florida, Flagler Tribune
office at Bunnell Florida under Willis A. McDowell this 28th day of June, A D. 19S3
Act of March I, 1ST Commissioner (Omcl8.l1a E. A. SMYTHE
Ceo E. Wickline Circuit Court
CommissionerPPROVED Flagler countll Florida
0.. year -2.6e : 28th June 1966R. By Harvey
Six ...t'. -----"t.3I' L. McNab Mayor Deputy Clerk,
... June 30, and July 7, 14. 21, 4tc June 30 &: July 7.14.21-4tc:

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'Thursday, .-- -, July.-- _7._, ,1966 THE- FLAGLER, .TRIBUNE-- -BUNNELL.- ,' FLORIDA.-.-- ---,- --, ---.-FACE-- THREB

ing I and plan to spend in the I
I development of our great so- I
Too Late I city, it is beginning to look like Quantity Rights

To I the recipients are going of this to great wind experiment up-I I II WE GIVE MET T S Reserved
with more money and security! PRICES GOOD
Russell ken I than they ever dreamed of with j TOP
BY Thurs., Fri, Sat.,
I pockets full of 10 cent dollars. i i
If you really want to know i] VALUE SUPER MARKET U and Monday
I don't pretend to know anything
what inflation is and how it j July 7, 8, 9
about economics. That is
works I suggest you secure a i I and 11, 1966
a subject I have been contentto copy of the July Readers Digest iI | AMPS 103 SOUTH RAILROAD ST.
leave with the financiers,
Tel. 437.3201
and read James Daniel's article
bankers, economists and poli
ticians. I entitled "Why All This Inflation I
?" It explains that the rapid
I read articles and statements rise in prices over the past few I Flavor Aged
made by Washington bigwigs (I
months is planned, not accidental
about how well we are doing and tells you how it CHUCK ROAST
in this country. How businessis 47
I booming, how unemploymentis pened.Unless something is hap'j' ..............................._....:....._........Lb.

at a minimum and then I stop it and fast we are all going Flavor Aged .
take a dollar bill out of my to hurt and hurt bad. Herein [
pocket and wonder how much Florida we have thousands ; CHUCK S1 5.5

less it will buy and try to guess of retirees who must live on j ................................................... .
how much it is really worth. I I fixed incomes and unless the|
The cost of living rose two,few dollars they have available 1 1I' Lean Juicy
per cent last year and present in income are stabilized they
indications are it will reach five I I'are going to be mighty hard ALL-MEAT TES 67

per cent before the end of this pressed with the cost of every ..........................................Lb.
year, maybe more. I(I thing going up like crazy bal
I've been putting a few dollars loons while their income remains Florida Grade "A"
away every so often in a''I the same. Read Mr.
savings account to serve in an Daniel's article and write a letter FRYER QUARTERS 35
emergency and it has been I I to your Congressman. Lb.
drawing interest of from three
to four and one-half per cent. :i'I I UF SCIENTISTSARE
This rapid inflation has more
than wiped out my interest butI Lyke' (Sugar Creek) World' Best
Promotions went out this weekto
still have to income tax I I
on that interest pay since the government eight researchers with the FRANKS i z. 3ge Ground BEEF Z Ibs. 9ge
Florida Agricultural Experiment
calls it Of
profit. : (Plus) (Plus)
dollar in Stations, according to an announcement
course, every my savings Everfre.h
Dr. J. R. Beck-
account itself is less five by
I enbach, Stations director. HOT DOG 8 ct. HAMBURGER ,8 ct.
per cent and it looks like I was, I'd ... 17ft
on an elevator going down. I "Their research over the years BUN S Pkg. BUNS Pkg.
Economists tell us the way to I has been invaluable to the agriculture
stop it is to quit spending more' of Florida and has add
than we take in but Congress ed to the prestige of their Station Flavor Aged Capital (Link)
and to that of the University
answers by appropriating more
I ROUND lb. Smoked lb.
and more money, even more of Florida as a whole," Dr. STEAK 98e SAUSAGE 4ge
than the President asks for and Beckenbach said this week.
brother can he ask? I The eight with their new titles
On a salary of $7,600 a yearI are Dr. D. T. Sechler, associate Flavor Aged Lean Meaty (Pork)

would need a $380 a year increase agronomist North Florida Station RIB STEAK lb. 8ge SIb.. $100
in pay to make up for 'I ; Dr. W. C. Adlerz associate BONES
my loss from inflation, but if entomologist, Watermelon and
I get it I would be in a higher Grape Laboratory; Dr. A. E. GROCERY BARGAINS
income bracket and would haveto Kretschmer, Jr., agronomist, Indian
pay the government $72.20 River Field Laboratory; Dr.

more a year in taxes. C. D. Leonard, horticulturist, Kraft ((32 oz. Bottle) Florida Grade "A"
We used to think that it was Citrus Experiment Station; Dr.
important to balance the budget V. L. Guzman, horticulturist, ALL PURPOSE SMALL
and reduce our national debt Everglades Experiment Station;
but we have had a change of Dr. C. E. Haines, associate animal Bottle:
OIL 47 EGGS .4 Doz. $100
heart and now we are told that husbandman, Everglades
the bigger the deficit and the I Experiment Station; Dr. H. Y.

more we spend, give away, or Ozaki, associate horticulturist, Limit ((1) with $5.00 or more food Limit (4) with $5.00 or more food
waste the better off we are. i Plantation Field Laboratory;
order order
With the cost of the war in and Dr. R. F. Brooks, associate
Viet Nam steadily increasingand I'(entomologist, Citrus Experiment
the amount we are spend- ;,Station.
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FLOYD W. GROVES North Syracuse, the Rev. Ross $150 per month with two or
I Whetstone officiating. Burial was more dependents, and a lesser

:J-fafjler d each NORTH PASSES SYRACUSE AWAY i in ville.Riverview Cemetery, Baldwin- training amount for and three-quarter half-time training.time

Dixon urges all potential students

BRIDE HONORED I Spending the Fourth with Mr. I Floyd W. Groves, 65, of 220 New S. I. Bill's to start early and to see
and Mrs. T. D. Wells were their I Fergerson Park, North Syracuse, their local County Veterans Service
WITH SHOWER son and daughter in law, Mr. a retired planning supervisor for Officer for an application, or
School Provision
WEDNESDAYKaren :and Mrs. Henry Wells, from St. the parts division of the Hupp write P: Ct. Box 1437, St. Peters-

Abraham, recent brideof I Petersburg and their son in law, Corp., successor to Easy Washer I M. T. Dixon, Florida Dept. of burg, Florida, If you have any

Randolph Hodges of St. Aug. Hal Ashley, a Graduate studentat Corp., died Thursday in his i! Veterans Affairs, said today that questions or need an applica

ustine, was honored with a bridal Florida State University in home.A i iall ex-military personnel, having tion.
Tallahassee. Mr. Ashley joinedhis native of Lorraine, Mr. the
shower on June 29. Mrs. Jack had active duty
Abbott was hostess for the love wife and sons, Johnny and Groves lived In North Syracuse armed forces of at least 181 daysor \
Scotty, who are spending the i 33 years. He retired three years Land areas of half of Florida's
ly affair at her home, 109 Ava- more since February 1955, and
summer with Mr. and Mrs. 67 counties are not as great as
Ion, Flagler Beach. ago.He who plan on attending some typeof
Wells. was a member of Andrews the 700 square mile surface of
The bridal theme was used In an educational institution
I Memorial Methodist Church and Lake Okeechobee, the state'slargest
the decorations and favors. starting in September 1966,
METHODIST CHURCH NEWS former Sunday School superin fresh-water lake.Bookkeeping .
Punch and cake was served to I should immediately start mak-
eighteen friends of the honoree. Church school time is 9:45 a. tendent.A ing arrangements to file their
m. and morning worship at 11 member and past master of application with the Veterans and

SHIRLEY LANGFORD o'clock with Rev. E. Lester Centervllle Masonic Lodge, Mr. Administration for the New Cold Income Tax ServiceR.
Stanton, guest minister. Youth Groves also was 'affiliated with War GI Bill benefits.
Fellowship Is at 6:30 each Sun. Central City Consistory and Tigris The VA will pay $100 per O. Box 842
day evening. Rev. Stanton's Shrine.
month to an ex-service person Ormond Beach Florida
Shirley Langford was ic for the morning worship ser lIe was a member and past who has no dependents; $125 per Phone 677.4587Fisherman's
honored with a surprise shower vice will be "The Courtesy of patron of the Centerville Chapter i I month with one dependent and
Tuesday of last week. Mrs. Lee God."
j 185, OES. I ---
Bourne and Miss Betty Lynn jI
I He was active in the Senior
hostesses for the
Bourne were I Citizens Club of Flagler Beach,
the Bourne home
affair at
Day- Fla. where he wintered the last
tona Avenue. Sunday school is at 9:45: a. m. I I Inn
and morning worship at 11 o' two years. '
The baby motif was used In I
Surviving are his widow, Mrs.
I clock with Rev. Max Hall, pas 'I
the decorations, favors and con- tor. Evening service Is at 7:30p. Muriel Townsend Groves; a' FLAGLER BEACH AT BRIDGE
tests. Mrs. Jim Townsend and daughter, Mrs. Janice Clancy of
m. and prayer meeting each I I
Miss Sharon Townsend won Wednesday at 7:30: p. m. follow Hackensack, N. J.; three brothers Your Favorite Beer and Snack Bar
prizes in two novel contests. i Elwin of Adams, Eldridgeof
ed by choir practice at 8:15. Under New
Twenty four guests were present Lacona and Edward Grovesof ManagementOpen

for the lovely affair. Lorraine; and a sister, Mrs.
CARD OF THANKS 7:30 a. m. Till ? Closed Monday
Harry Gibson of Canton.
Words are inadequate to ex
Guests of Mr. and Mrs. Gene press our appreciation to friends Services were at 2 p. m. Fri.j Boat For Rent-Docking and Gas-Phone 439.9211

Hart include their son in law and neighbors for their day at the Sears Funeral Home,
and daughter, Sgt. John Barker many -- .
kind expressions of sympathy
and children, John, Phillip and .
during our sad bereavement.We .
Kathy of Albany, Georgia. Sgt. i
are sincerely thankful to
Barker will leave at the end of I j
for the wonderful tri
his furlough to Travis! Air Force|
bute to our husband and father.
Base enroute to Viet Nam. \ ,
Mrs. Susan Spivey and Family
\ ,'
Guests of Rev. and Mrs. E.

Lester Stanton over the holiday Books Are My DishBy Feel walled in ?
weekend included their son in

law and daughter, Mr. and Mrs. I Dorothy Homona Get away from it all by phone.
Raymond Peterson and daughers On display through the sum-

Joan and Debby. They are mer at the Flagler Beach Public
from Dover, Delaware. Also vis- Library will be "Florida Profile Swap recipes I
iting with them were Rev. and For Profit" and "Expanding Hor. ,

Mrs. Jim McIntosh and daughter izons Florida" that were given trade laughs
Pat of Butler, Pa., and Dr. the Library by the Florida Development ,
and Mrs. Ivan Smalley, of Malt- Commission at Tall

land, Florida. Also Mr. and Mrs. ahassee. Book and circular are reminisce
Lester Smalley and 4 childrenof brilliant samples of advertising. ,

Knoxville, Tenn. i Stunning to look at and also plan a surprise party

presenting many facts so they .
are grasped at a glance and un
tell secrets
CALL derstood. The book is large, ,
brilliantly white like Florida

437.3669 sand in sunlight, and filled with ask that new couple over and thank
dazzling photographs and charts ,

MartinHarding that as with explain figures.with The color cover as of well the Aunt Mary for keeping the baby.What .

circular which is about education

in Florida is the best pic- ( else that costs so little makes you feel so good?) I I'r

ture of a fish I have ever seen.A ... .
,M -n- -" ., ..,. ,, .
poetic fish. It's been underseaand --'Mas.t+'M: }.>wr. .xK .x}

knows strange places. Invaluable

information for students !
FOR wanting to know about

colleges in Florida is here. Peo
LIGHT DOZIER ple thinking of staying here will

find much to help them make
WORK up their minds. Did you know
that Florida leads all the other

49 states in Citrus, phosphaterock

SHELL zircon, canned orange fr 41V
Juice, canned grapefruit Juice "
that Is in 1962 and 1963 The ;:

CEMENT ROCK statistics about farming are re-
markable. In 1963 Florida led

Georgia, Alabama and South
FILL DIRT Carolina. But why go on? We

hope everybody will drop in and
look at these books themeslves.The :

customs of youth and old

people change with the passing
MANURE years, but is very difficult for

I I idea.some older people to get the r ,c cxt. g :.

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CRAIG FUNERAL HOMEA. :' t < t tk v:Sit}

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H. CRAIG. Funeral Director

JOHN CAPO, Manager


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Mrs. Sadye Strickland of Or
I mond Beach, and daughters, d
IN NUPTIAL MASS Mrs. Wilda Hargett and Mrs. I

Miss Lana Jean Butler becamethe Odell Clegg, left this week for. U. S. D. A. Choice "BONED & ROLLED"
Chicago to join a planned tour:
bride of George Miles MoodyJr. which will take them to the i
., at a Nuptial Mass at 8 o'clockin I I
Grand Canyon, Disneyland, I RUMP ROAST lbm 79
the evening of June 8 at the Universal Studios and on up to '
Church of the Epiphany, Port Canada. They will return to
Orange. Chicago on the 24th and return I
The bride is the daughter of home from there. Part of the trip U. S. D. A. Choice "FULL CUT"
Mr. and Mrs. William C. Stephens will be by plane and
part by !
Ponce Inlet. Mr. Moody is train. *
the son of Mrs. Margaret Moody ROUND STEAK Ib. 89

of Flagler Beach and George M. I Pam White returned to her

Moody of Bunnell and Flagler!home In Holly Hill, S. C., aftera +I! U. S. D. A.
Beach. I visit of two weeks here with I
Fr. J. B. Caverly, performed the her grandmother. She is the i
double ring candlelight cere I daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Joe E. RIB STEAK lb. 79(

mony. Mrs. Irene Orel was organ White, former residents of Bun. ,
ist and Mrs. Frank Timmonswas nell.
soloist. I

Given in marriage by her father Guests of Mr. and Mrs. O. F. I
the bride wore a full length Alford during the holiday week Western "SELECT" Streak O'Lean I
empire sheath gown of angel end included Mr. and Mrs. Lan-
skin peau de sole Alencon lace ny Alford of Merritt Island and BEEF LIVER WHITE BACON I
trimmed with pearls with a removable Mr. and Mrs. Don Alford and
bouffant court train. lb. lb.
I two sons of Jacksonville.Mr. 4ge 4ge
Her open crown of peau encir '
cled with pearls and crystals and Mrs. Bobby French
held a chapelet trimmed with and children, Patty Kay, Rich
Alencon lace and seed pearls Lean Western "CENTER CUT"
ard and Steve, of South Daytonawere
which extended beyond the holiday weekend guests of
train of her crown. She carrieda Mrs. Walter Knight. They also PORK CHOPS Ib. 69*
bouquet of white carnations enjoyed outings at the Beach.
centered with a white orchid.

Mrs. Harry Atkinson, Bunnell,I Mrs. Scott Sheffield visited
sister of the bridegroom, was several days here last week with
matron of honor. She wore anj I,her son and daughter in law,
With Meat OrderRed I
Empire sheath gown with gold I Mr. and Mrs. Wilber Sheffield, I Free Plastic Dishpan
chiffon bodice and white crepe and the new grandbaby, Karen
skirt. Her bouffant gold veil Leann.
was attached to a petal and & White EVAPORATED

pearl crown and she carried a Mr. and Mrs. Bill Bowers, Bill Tall $ g 00 GOLD MEDAL Plain or Self.Rising
bouquet of champagne carna Jr., and Elizabeth, of Baxley, MILK 7 .
tions. Georgia are vacationing here FLOUR
I & white GOLD 303 Can
Bridesmaids were Miss Nancy this week with his mother, 'Mrs. Red
Dunn, Miss Cathy Warton and Amorette Wells and other rela CREAM CORN 6 For $1T00STYLE lb.
JL "
Miss Sharion Thomas. They wore tives. 5 Bag 29
identical gowns to that of the
Red & White 303 Can
matron of honor. Mr. and Mrs. Billy Deen, Jr.,
FRUIT For Limit 1 with $5.00 or more food order
Jackie Timmons was flower and young daughter, Caroline, COCKTAIL 4 $1
girl and Frankie Timmons was of Bell Glade, are visiting here
ring bearer. with Mr. and Mrs. W. W. Deen Betty Crocker White, Yellow, Ger. Choc.
Harry Robert (Bebe) Moody, Sr., and Mrs. and Mrs. James 19 oz. DAIRY SPECIAL -
brother of the bridegroom, was Craig. CAKE MIXES 3 Pkgs. $1
Joe Grain's Fresh Florida Grade
best man. Ushers were George "A"
Preston, Mike Church and Tony Mr. and Mrs. M. B. McDaniel Diet-Rite Plus Deposit SMALL Doz. $00
Malsone, all of Bunnell. and Mr. and Mrs. Bob Cook and ( ) EGGS 3
The reception was in the children were camping on North COLA 6 Pa QtCarton 1ge

church social hall. Assistingwere AlA during the holidays.Mr. .
Sunnyland ((1 lb. Solids)
Mrs. Evelyn Ryals and Joe
and Mrs. W. R. Bradshawand ".
were Mrs. Evelyn Ryals and Lie sons, Glenn and Gordon, of
After a wedding trip to Sellers Suffolk, Va., visited in the homeof
Lake and Miami, the couple are Mrs. Bradshaw's father, Roy FROZEN FOODS -
residing at 1700 S. Palmetto Gordon, and with her brother in
law and sister, Mr. an d Mrs. Giant
Avenue, South Daytona. The 1/2 Gal.
Raymond Pugh, last week. I' Size 39'Limit
bride is a secretary at GE and CfMILK.Ea..
Mr. Moody is a teller at Florida 49c
Bank and Trust Company, Daytona Pat Barrow, who has completedhis
Beach. basic training at Lackland 1 with $5.00 or more food order

Alrforce Base, is home with his Red & WhiteLEMONADE 6 oz. Can
I parents, Mr. and Mrs. Claude Ea.
Mr. and Mrs. J. A. Krawczykof Barrow for a ten day furlough.He I FRESH PRODUCE icSeedless
Korona have as their guests, will be stationed at Eglin
their grand children, Victoria Alrforce Base in Pensacola. I
and Water Krawczyk of Lees-
burg. Guests of Mr. and Mrs. Ray:GRAPES lb. 290 OUR VALUE

mond Pugh and Roy Gordon dur '
ing the holiday weekend were Fresh Green
Mr. and Mrs. Marvin Parker Mr. and Mrs. Randy Gordon and ""
accompanied their son to sum daughter Robin of Wildwood.Mr. 1ge .
3 Tin 49'
mer school in Tennessee and re
turned by Alabama where they and Mrs. Ferris Solomon Golden RipeBANANAS
visited with relatives several and children, Ginney and Davy, lb. Limit 1 with $5.00 or more food order
days. They also attended the have returned from a weeks va IOC
Rural Letter Carriers conven cation spent in Douglas, Georgia.
tion before returning home. Continued To Page 8
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S Flower URFSIDE ShopAcross r'iIti iN isliliftififilT

from Pier, Flagler Beach iIIIIllhIIIII



Telephone 8:00 a.m.-1:00 p.m.

538 Quantity Rights Reserved Prices Good July 7, 8, 9, 10 and 11,1966


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ature promote rapid growth. loan you the dirt loosening face of the meat. Store in cold J buying.
Gardening In FloridaBy With average luckalongwith tools, it is easier to hire this I est part of refrigerator, directly I Cold cuts and cured meats

( Kerrey Sharp) hard work-you can get an brow-sweating chore out to a under the freezing compartment. such as ham, frakfurters, bacon,
I outdoor carpet laid without barei well-muscled laborer. I Large roasts will keep well I bologna, and smoked sausage
A lawn, scantily covered with i I spots before winter. How close to keep a lawn t up to a week. Chops and steaks refrigerated In their original

grass is like a maiden in 'a bikini I So, if you have grass to plant, trimmed is very important. The should be used in three to five containers will retain good qual-
-there is a lot of bare area in do it now. fine strains of bermuda and days. Use ground or mechanic- ity for up to a week. With longer -

between. I Start the lawn by either sod, zoysias responds favorably ttj ally tenderized meats in one or storage, rancidity of fat may
If you can keep your mindon I plug or seed. Sod is the immediate V2 5 to 1 inch mowing. The com- two days. become noticeable.
the grass, you'll find :that ansewr to a ground cover, mon bermuda does better if keptat Fresh fish, poultry and variety Proper storage of meats takes
stripteasing takes on an opposite but costs more than other meth least one inch all. meats are very perishable and little extra time and pays off
meaning in lawn care. It means I ods. St. Augustine generally looks I should be used quickly after big dividends.

that you can tease the lawn In fraction of best when cut about 2 inches,
Plugs only a
to covering nude earth with I grass as compared with sod. and centipede and carpet grasses ':.:.:.:.:.:.:.:.:.:.:.:.:.:.:.:.:.:.:.:.:.:.:.:.:.:.:.:.:.:.:.:.:.:.:.:.:.:.:.:.:.:.:.:.:.:.:.:.:.:.
strips of sod. less wil thrive if kept 1 to 2 inches
Sprigging takes even grass
Strip teasing knows no sea j j
I and is quite economical on a high. I HART REFRIGERATIONAND :
Is the ideal ,
son, but summer do-it-yourself budget.Bermuda Frequency. of mowing is just
time to patch up a badly worn St. Augustine, cen- as important as height of cut. **

lawn or even start a new lawn. I tipede, and carpet are spriggedon Some authorities say never cut :< ,;:
Summer rains. and warm temper. 8 to 12 inch centers. Slower- more than Vt inch of grass per ?
- '
i I growing zoysiagrass should be mowing.
sprigged on 4 to 6 inch centers, I J
WANT ADS i according to University of Florida
Given For
Experiment Station turf ex- Tips I l:4
I I '. :.: Bunnell, Fla. Box 253-A, Rl :

3 Listings cents a under word this each heeding insertion.are,i I perts.Plug-set grass and grass Storing MeatsSince I :>: Phone 437-3698 .:.

75 cents Is the minimum charge:''I sprigged in rows tend to turf up :
meat takes such big .
and give the lawn an uneven a .'P.'P..v.. .. .. .
chunk of the food dollar I
8'' x11% cushion rubberback "seersucker" look. Frequent family ,

viscose rayon tweed rug, $12.95. I mowing and generous bimonthly every precaution should be I'
taken to care for it properly.A .
Jerry's Furniture and Appliances applications of nitrogen-rich 24 HourWrecker
Old Dixie Highway, 2 fertilizer will cause the grassto highly perishable food, meat I Service
miles south of Korona. Phone I level out. should be bought In' quickly-
usable quantities, unless it is to
4373752. July 7 Itp.
On sandy soil leave the mow

-FOR SALE FEDDERS WINDOW-- ed clippings where they fall, but be home Prompt Is important and proper In Flagler Truck & Tractor Co
on muck-type, or rich soil it is
alrconditioner, 16,000 BTU, 4 helping maintain quality and
best to the debris. Too
room capacity in excellent con retard spoilage, says Dr. Robert MASSEY-FERGUSON
dition, Tread Singer Sewing heavy a layer of clippings often Reddish, meats specialist, Florida Grove Farm Industrial Equipment
lawn diseases.
Machine $10.00; Ironrlte Ironer, promotes Agricultural Extension Serv
Keeping the soil moist in between VIRGIL DECKER Phone ID 7-3242
10.00. Mrs. Charles Tonkin. Call ice.
showers will aid the
between 10 and 12 a. m. and 4 Romove fresh meat from wrap. Owner Bunnell, Florida
and 6 p. m. Phone 4392095. grass to grow at top speed and ping.' Put meat on a plate and
June 30, 2tc. cover the yard in one growing loosely cover with waxed paper.

season. This allows for circulation of IIIr.: =
may any
air, helping retard the growthof
Large United States and Cana. time of the day during the sum
micro-organisms on the sur-
dian Company in agricultural mer. But, many folks stop wat-
field urgently requires representative ernig and hour or so before sun
in this county for Crop down. They claim better luck in f , ; Announcing .

Service Department. Applicantmust preventing diseases if, they don't RENEW YOUR _
have recent agricultural put the grass to sleep in a wet DRIVER'S LICENSE {Tl

ed background in area.Position and be well regard. bed.The main thing is to water BIRTH DURING MONTH YOUR New Banking Hours

Is full time be ,
or can lawns carefully and avoid pud
handled at first along with your dling. Where puddles of water

present farming operation. Successful gather, the grass is likely to be
applicant can expect scalded by sun-heated water. I WANT TO P E Effective July 9th
earnings between $100-$150 Most watering systems do not
weekly with excellent opportunity put out enough water to puddleon SAYING YbUNG
for early advancement In sandy soils. If water standsin MAN WAN 1'SR".,

this area. spots in the lawn, check for

Write' and dell me about your. the reason. There may be a GIVING YOU 12
self. Reply at once to: Vice hardpan near ,the surface, or the
President, Box 1105, Winter Gar. soil may have been packed too
den, Florida. June 302tc. tightly by heavy equipmentwhen eI ADDITIONAL

the house was built.In .
any case, loosen the soil to
FURNISHED, $23.00 a prevent standing water from BANKING HOURS,,
month( plus utilities; will lease
harming the
lot on AlA ready for trailer with grass.
Try loosening the soil with a A WEEK.
utility room. $5.00 per month.
rolling tool that has spike-like
Phone 4392159. June 30, 2tc.
diggers. If neighbors don't have SAY,THIS IS I
FOR SALE-Trailer, 43 feet in, one that you can borrow, rent

length, with carport, workshop i one from the local garden sup

and living room, bed room and I ply store.If .
breezeway. Workshop practically I the soil is packed as hardas DRIVE-IN WINDOW .
new, good water, 100x100. Located a brick floor, you are in oBUDDY
5 miles south of Marine trouble. Try spading. If you
Studios. R. A. Kellogg, Phone can't make a shovel dig in, then I Monday thru Thursday 8 :30-3 :30

4392196. 772tp. try a grub hoe or a pick. Friday 8:30-3:30: 5:00-7:00
Unless you are in "mountain
LOSE WEIGHT safely with climbing" condition and have I Closed all day Saturday

:TJex-A-Dlet Tablets. Only 98c at hands as calloused as the mindsof

JMcody's Pharmacy. June 9, 12tp I the neighbors who refused to

SINGER sewing machines. New, i

used, repairs. Call Bob French, KNOX
253-4541 Daytona collect. MAIN BANKING ROOM:

fields installed; Rota-Roter snail Bunnell Atlantic Service Stationu.
shell. Reasonable prices. Call Monday thru Thursday 9:00-2:00:

Jarosz, 437-3410 8-1-tf
George Highway 1 / frfcDay Phone 437-3652 Friday 9:00: -2:00: 5:00-7:00:

FOR RENT-2 BEDROOM DUPLEX (*-./ Night Ph. 437-3944 Closed all day SaturdayUse
Apartments, carport.

Screen porches, one completely REPAIR, REBUILD GENERATORS, STARTERS
furnished, 1 partly furnished. AND CARBURETORS I
Phone 4373304. 69tf.
24 Hour Heavy Duty Wrecker Service

LIKE TO FISH?-Come to Pelll- the envelope drop of the Night Depositoryfor
cer Fish Camp. Boats, bait, tack.
le, camping and picnic area. deposits or payments at anytime night or

Under new management. Rich.
ard and Wilda. 4-28-tf I




us for your real estate needs I of BUNNELL

Office Phone HE 9-2242 437-3394

Residence Phones ID 7.3691
or ID 7.3517 I 11("


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Pesticide Drift May. Applicators should considerthe sprayed a highly toxic pesticidefrom Drift of agricultural chemicals, icide drift which can damage
hazards of pesticide drift, especially the air in Alachua county. when it occurs, can cause Illegal vegetable and field crops severe I
Bring Legal ActionTwo on a windy day. If the Harrison pointed out that pesticide residues on crops and ly.
area to be sprayed is surround. drift of pesticide sprays is influenced make them unsalable to the pub.
recent cases in north ed by potential law suits, ope. by five factors: air tem. lic.
Florida Illustrate how pesticide rators should wait for calmer perature, humidity, size of the No pesticide or dust can be I
drift from ground equipment or weather it them
or may cost spray droplet, size of the spray. spread by aerial or ground
aircraft BgER
can cause unnecessa.rydamage said.
money nozzle, and pressure with which equipment withput some drift R
or .Illegal residues on For example, legal action may the pesticide is applied.Air occuring. But, if the conditions A pSS
nearby crops.According be taken against one northwest are favorable for drift the sit.
to Dalton S. Harris. Florida operator whose aerial temperatures and humid. uation is aggravated by apply
on, associate engineer with the aplication of 2,4.D herbicide ity determine the rate of evapo ing pesticides or dusts from the
Florida Agricultural Extension (weed killer) drifted almost 20 ration. Hot, dry weather will in. air.
Service, "both the farmer and miles causing damage to cotton crease the chances of drift. Increasing
Since spray particles usuallyare
operator may be liable under which has a low tolerance for spray pressure will result heavier than dust particles, Prompt Service .
federal and Florida laws for this chemical. in smaller droplets which drift. ** *i*. *"-
they're less likely
damage done to neighboring Legal action may also Involveone will make the spray more sub. Harrison cautions operators to The Flagler TribuneThis
property." applicator who carelessly ject to drift. !
be especially careful about herb.






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1\\ PAGE EIGHT -- THE FLAGLER- TRIBUNE. BUNNELL, FLORIDA. .. Thursday, July] 7, 1966
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r Taste For Varied flow out of a jar turned upside, certain Jellylike substances. I popular In the Great Lakes area.
down. If the jar is shaken, however Sweet clover Is the greatest I Beekeepers in the mountains of

Honeys Spreads the honey will pour easily single source of honey produced .!West Virginia swear by sour. i
\ The phenomenon has a name in the United States, but dozens wood honey. Delicately flavored

(Continued from Pace 5) Around the WorldFrom thixotrophy-and is common to of the regional honeys are made, I orange blossom honey com
tooo. Dark buckwheat: honey Is mands a premium In California.
Joy Sisco of Jacksonville vis Aristotle to Winnie.the. I M _
Ited here Sunday with the C. A.
Pooh, enthusiasts have sung the
Riddells and at the Beach with I ALL KINDS OF Ptbptri
praises of honey. II
his sister and brother in law, Mr. The Greek philosopher called I
and Mrs. C. O. Magee. Mrs. Rid distilled from I
honey the "dew
dell is his mother. the rainbow." The bear of the FREE BICYCLETO

beloved children's story was
Guests of Mr. and Mrs. Andrew
he said "The
more prosaic; only
Zalewski are their son in law for is
reason making honey so
and daughter, Mr. and Mrs. I can eat It."

Harry enjoying Beidd of the Erin Beach, Tenn.and, Theyare several Since the original Greek Olympic ARE e+h NG&SRLDlG SOME BOY OR GIRL ON

games, athletes have eaten
sightseeing trips in the
the sweet fluid as a quick energy .
area while here. .yowcat.
food, the National Geographic
Anna Society says. Members of the I I I Saturday July 30
Mrs. Jarosz had as her .
American Mount Everest expedition ,
guests over the holiday weekendher i
made honey a part of
son and daughter in law,
Mr. and Mrs. Edward Jarosz and their regular diet. HAS TIGER: SEAT AND HANDLEBAR GRIPS

children, Edward Jr., and San Julius Caesar had a taste for
dra, of Miami. an aromatic Gallic honey. David I
I Lloyd George took time out from Nothing to Buy-Just come in and register withus.

Guests of Mr. and Mrs. Gordon politics to produce a prize-win. 1 Boys and girls should be accompanied by
Buckles last week were her par. I ning heather honey. Enrico Caruso
ents, Mi. and Mrs. E. A. Fetter. always ate a spoonful or Adult. Register for the Bike and "Lucky Tiger"
ly of Goldsboro, N. C. The Fet two of Chilean honey before
Money good for valuable
prizes will be
given to
Louis thriveson
terleys are former residents of singing. Armstrong I

Bunnell. honey. adults. Just remember, you do not have to buy
Tons of HoneyAmericans
The city's name, Sarasota is anything-Just register at-
Mrs. Rodger Turner left recent today like honey ,
ly for a visit with her son, well enough to consume more derived from the Spanish expres-
Charles Turner who is in Las sion, "saraso sota," meaning'place
than 275 million pounds of it
Vegas. She also plans a visit to every year. Despite the threatto of dancing. The first Bunnell ESSO Service Station

Salt Lake City before returning I bees from pesticides, there 1856.settler arrived In Sarasota in II I

home. seems to be_ no_ danger_ : of a !
n m
honey shortage here. Winning numbers for "Lucky Tiger"
Mr. and Mrs. Ardin Kinneyand ,
grand son, Mike Barber, are In England, however, a leading -
vacationing in Wooster, Ohio, economic weekly has gloomily Money will be posted on
their former home. predicted that honey may KNEW YOUR
Join oysters as a commonplacefood DOVER'S UKHSEtt
Sunday July 31st
Guests of Mr. 'and Mrs. J. D. turned expense luxury. WRINBYOUR
Barber over the holiday weekendwere The 1965 British crop was the mn MOUTH t ''
Mr. and Mrs. Pete Barberof worst ever, continuing a downward -
Montgomery, Alabama. They trend of the past seven .
were joined by the Carlisle Byrdsof years. According to the weekly, .
Seville and they all visitedin the virtual extermination of
Palatka with Mrs. Ellie Shaw nectar producing weeds by efficient I' .
and son Dennis.Bunnell weed-killers has contrib- For thatWONDERFUL
uted to the decline. .

Methodist Without nectar, there is no FEELING
honey. A'pound of honey may ,
Church hold the essence of two million .
blossoms. Bees require every bit : ,round.
(Oliver F. Taylor. Pastor) of their renowned energy to year ..
DIRECTIONS IN LIFE gather it. Even in regions
One of the great football where flowers abound, a bee ;
players of the 1920's ran the colony may need 37,000 trips
wrong way in a Rose Bowl and a combined flight mileage
Game. He had lost his sense of of 50,000 miles to produce just
direction, and was making a determined one pound of honey.
effort to cross the goal
line. However, this goal was the The flower nectar, mixed with I
wrong goal. Sometimes we hear enzymes within the bee's body,
someone say that you think it breaks down into dextrose and
It Tight. It really Isn't too disgraceful levulose, both simple sugars.,
to make a few honest This thin, partly ripened honey
errors and we all will, but to be is stored in open cells, and the
constantly in error or in major I bees fan their wings in front of 1i t a3 1Ra, Y b = fr>dCjh ,v'u, F c ;

areas of life this can be fatal. I them to evaporate excess water.
God expects his people to use There are as many varieties of t t L 't '
common sense in direction of I honey as there are nectars. Colors )
life. Jesus Christ has shown us I I range from water-white to
the way, and t he guideposts fora wine-red; flavors, from bland to
Christian life can be found : pungent. Some specialty stores
through faith. Let us always be stock as many as 350 kinds.
:sensitive that God wants us to Food of the Gods

have the proper goals In life. Fourmets relish the spicy
"Then the Lord said to me, you derived
honey thyme growing
have seen well, for I am watch-
on the slopes of Mount Hy-
ing over my word to perform mettus in Greece; traditionally,
it." this honey was the original food 1jJriA
of the gods. American honey
Florida cattlemen annually experts believe that honey from
spend $18 million for cattle and I the wild thyme of the Catskills
calves, $7 million for feed, $5 is just as good.
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