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The Flagler tribune
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Bunnell Fla
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August 11, 1966
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Newspapers -- Bunnell (Fla.) ( lcsh )
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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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Equalization I THEADORE WEBER 'The School Board [ AIR FORCE LIFTS Commissioners

Meeting Hears I Current BudgetNot S Tentative Budget

Few ComplaintsTuesday has been received here Completed I The Air Force this week lifted : Calls for 2.53 MillsThe

this week of the death of Professor the 93-day waiting period and
the Board of County Coy Harris, county school superintendent
tentative of the
Theadore H. Weber at his I authorized reenlistment bonus budget
Commissioners sitting as a said today the
board of commissionersis
summer home at Center Harbor,I payments to former airman from county
board of equalization, heard N. H.Mr.. school board has not yet com I Volusla and Flagler Counties interested being printed in this issueof
few complaints from residentsof pleted its current fiscal
year The Tribune. It would
Weber, a graduate of the in reenlisting in the levy
Flagler County. Not so with budget but expects to shortly.
I for the board's 2.53
Yale School of Music, was organist weapons career field, Sergeant pourposes
residents. Last Thursday night at the
non mills under the 100
and choir director of the Dick new per
I Daytona Beach Air
Most of those complainingabout public hearing on the school cent valuation of .
First Baptist Church of Bunnell Force Recruiter, announced.To .
the new 100 cent val. budget, about 30 were
per persons i board thought last week
for several years. He was a 50 be eligible applicants must
uation, were people living outside I on hand, most of whom were the millage could be held to
year Mason, veteran, and has have been discharged from the
of the county or persons against adoption of a tentative
I an even two mills, but further
been a resident of Flagler Beach Air Force
on or after July 1,
representing those who are non budget as advertised in this study brought out facts that
for nine years. He was a charter 1966, have less than five years
residents. newspaper last week. The to
require the additional .53 mills.
member of the Flagler Beach
active service
Tuesday it seemed as if those Methodist Church. tal budget, as set out in the ad. I possess a five It was pointed out that the
or seven skill level in the weapons
who own property in the north. vertisement, totaled approximately published budget is tentativeand
Mr. Weber passed August
away More details
eastern secton of the county I $800,000, but at the hearing I career could be revised to some
were in the majority of I 1. board members said that it was I can be obtained from Sergeant extent but the board believes
Maves at the Beach Air
complainants, and they were not a true reflection, but an es. Daytona there will be no substantial
mostly those who own what is Chairman Named timate that had to be completedby Force Recruiting Office, 620 N. change. The budget will, of

considered "large" tracts of land August 1. I 9671.Ridgewood Avenue or call 253- course, have to be approved by

with ocean frontage, canal frontage For Democratic Board members pointed out state officers In Tallahassee.It .

or in some cases extendingfrom actual figures of the budget I

ocean to inland waterway.The .II Biennial Drive would be considerably less, and Lee Mercer Joins change appears-in the the budget most significant this yearis

board made no Judgments that the final budget wil i that the commissioners
Tuesday, but will Inspect the I'1 A Chairman for the 1966 statewide probably not exceed $14,000 Staff Of PaperIn ollocating a lesser amount of

properties claimed to be overvalued Dollars for Democrats more than last year although I track
race funds to the school
and will meet again fund raising campaign has been i teaching personnel are given a WillistonLee board. In the several
past years
Friday to consider these and named by Pat Thomas, Chairman salary boost in the current bude-
I the commission has allocated
of the State Democratic Executive et to insure a beginning teach.
other complaints. Mercer, recently retired to the school board cer-
Probably there will be some Committee.Mrs. er with four years of college after twenty-seven years with tain amounts of the race funds

inequities in the valuations, but Mal (Sophia) Englanderof would receive a minimum salryof the Gulf Life Insurance Company when the 20.m1l11evy for schoolsdid

Yoh Company (which did the Miami Beach will direct the $5,000. has joined the staff as bus not cover all expenses of

valuing) had invited inspectionand biennial drive for funds which Many of the question fired at iness manager of the Suwannee the school board's requirements.This .

comparisons long before the Democratic party will spendto school board members at the Valley News in Williston, Flor year-by law the school

Tuesday county board meeting.The assist its nominees in the gen. hearing indicated that taxpay- ida.Mr. board receives the first $50,000
1965 total valuations in eral election campaign. The appointment Mercer his dutiesas
Ing parents know little of whatis began of race funds and in additionhas
the county amounted to $10,461, has been confirmed required to finance the schoolsof business manager of the paper i been allocated $49,000. For
240. The total taxable property with the National Democratic 1 less than
i this county.It August one I the past several years the race
for 1965 was put at $8,276,115'1 i Committee by Elliott Roosevelt, seems school patrons expectto month after retirement. funds have split 50.50 by the

Under the 100 per cent vluationof i National Committeeman. have good accredited schools Mr and Mrs. Mercer had resided two bodies after the first $50,000was

..1966, the total valuationof ,Dollars for Democrats !fa.a but at the same itme expects in Bunnell .lot .the past I schools..

county property is $44,718,660.The traditional fund raising effort I the school board to achieve this two years, representing the Gulf I

1966 total taxable propertywas sponsored every two years by with little funds. It was statedat Life Insurance. Following retirement

set at $38,215,875. county, state, and national Dem returned to Willis-
the meeting by one spectator they Red Cross Blood
ocratic committees. The
sponsors demand to reside.
"that as long as people
share equally in the proceeds. certain services the people I! 18
Bunnell School i I Mrs. Englander said she expects may expect to pay more in NEW SOCIAL Taking August ,

Students Will funds to organize in every the county campaignfor of the taxes." SECURITY CASH I Masonic TemplePlans
It appears that the final budget
state and will be naming coun
will require about a 7-mill are progressing for the
18-19 ty chairmen soon. She announced
Register levy to support a total school Important change in the Red Cross Blood Taking next
that she has asked Thomasto
Teachers will 'report at their business budget of approximately $700 social security law in 1966 will Thursday, August 18, at the Masonic
appoint some prominent
respective schools at 8:30 a. m.: of 000. This 7-mill levy together mean cash benefits for many Temple Building. The
professional man as co-
Monday, August 15 to begin the I Ipre. chairman for the state-wide ef with an approximately $2.50 mill persons over 72 years of age, beginning -I blood taking is sponsored by the

.school planning program, fort. conty commission levy should with the month of Bunnell Lions Club, chairman

Bunnell School Principal Ken is bring the total to less than 10 tober, who have not worked Oc'1 George Miles Moody said today.
"Dollars for Democrats
neth Herring said today.He I precinct level solicitation in mills. for operation of the der social security. This announcement The mobil unit from the Flag-

also said that on August which Demo. county and school functions. was made today ler-East Volusla Red Cross

J8 and 19 will be registration at crat is given every the registered opportunity to Under the new property valu by Mell D. Eadie, manager of Chapter will be at the Masonic
the Bunnell School for all child. ation a mill should bring in the Daytona Beach social Security Temple from 4 p. m. to 7 p. m.
participate in Party activity and
for this taking. Lions Club memo
thru twelve who have approximately $38,000. office.
ren seven
not previously registered. Also to contribute to good govern I I He went on to say that the bers will give to replace blood
ment, regardless of the voter'sposition
into amount of this special payment used by a fellow member and
all new students moving Brevard
in his
community. Every College
at this will depending on whetherthe blood will also be taken to build
the area may register vary
Democrat will be contacted if we
time. Registration hours will be person is a man or a woman up the Flagler County supplyat
fully implement the Dollars for Gets New NameThe the Blood Bank.
and and whether married or unmarried
from 9 a. m. to noon, one Democrats Mrs.
program Englander
p. m. to 3 p. m. on these days, explained.She Board of Trustees of Bre "A man", he said "will get Mr. Moody said anyone wish.
said. $35.00 each month. A woman ing to donate blood for the
Mr. Herring has asked State Demo. vard Engineering College form.
Friday, August 26, will be op. cratic Executive Committee ally announced today that the who Is single, divorced or wid credit of any one may do so at

erring date for all Flagler Coun members to recommend personsin name of the college has been owed will get $35.00 a month this time. Frances Edmonson is
Florida Institute also. A married woman whose the area coordinator for the
ty Schools. officially changed to
each county to head up the
husband has qualified for the blood taking.
of Technology. Final
campaign. Mrs. Englander is
Coach ReynoldsCalls the wife of veteran Miami action came after a meeting of 35.00 a month payment will get
$17.50 a month." DAVID COOK WILL
II Beach City Councilman Mal the Board of Trustees on Mon.

Football Englander. day, August 1, 1966. The motionto Eadie pointed out that this RECEIVE B. S. DEGREEAT
change the name was introduced special payment would not be
F. S. U. SATURDAYFlorida
at the meeting by Secretary made to persons now qualified

Meeting Friday JUNE CIGARETTETAX of State, Tom Adams, one for' social security benefits. i State University today

Howard Reynolds, new foot. I of the Trustees of the College.Dr. Neither will a payment be madeto announced the candidates for

ball coach for the Bunnell High DISTRIBUTEDRen Jerome P. Keuper, Found. : persons qualified for any degrees in commencement exercises

School is calling a meeting of Morris, director of the er and President of the Institution other governmental pension Saturday night, Aug. 13.

all students interested in the State Beverage Department, reports emphasized that officials of which Is equal to or greater President Emeritus Doak S.

football program of the school I that the net cigarette tax the college had formally appliedto than the payment he would get Campbell will be commencement

for Friday afternoon at 4 o'clock collections for the month of the state for the FLORIDA IN. under this special law. If his speaker in ceremonies at 8 p. m.

at the High*School. I I June, 1966 amounted to $4,351 STITUTE OF TECHNOLOGYname other government pension Is less I in Tully Gymnasium and degrees

Coach Reynolds is from Mt. 777.90. Of this amount 901307. in 1962, but legal technicalities than his payment under Uiespecial will be conferred"by President

Sterling, Kentucky and has i 90 will go to the State General delayed adoption of law, social security will John E. Champion.Of .

served as football coach at the I Fund and t he remaining $3450,074.00 ,- the new name for more than make up the difference. the candidates 369 earned

Mt. Sterling High School for the will be distributed to three years. The name was final. "Persons who have appliedfor their degrees in June and another

past three years. He received his qualified municipalities. Flagler ly acquired by the college early health insurance under so 979 are candidates to get

BS and Masters degrees from county municipal titles receivedthe in June this year. Dr. Keuper cial security will not need to them in August. By home town

the University of Kentucky. He following: : commented that the new name put In a new claim." Eadie the candidates Included: David

is married and they will residein Bunnell .............................. 2,690.50 I will give the Institution better said. "SocIal security will get in Johnston Cook, who will receivea

Bunnell. Flagler Beach .................. 1,270.06 I national Image and forecast that touch with them for any additional B. S. degree in Business Ad.

Coach Reynolds will also serve I Beverly Beach .................. 106.40 I Florida Institute of Technology information which may be ministration. He is the son of

as Assistant Principal of the Marineland ..............._....... 137.70 : would grow rapidly to become a 'needed to complete the claim Mr. and Mrs. H. T. Cook of Bun-

Bunnell School. Painters Hill .......-........... 19.97 great university. for payments." nell and St. Augustine.r .




Tips on MeatRefrigeration Prpogate Plants in I I

An AquariumHome I I Real Estate Registered Ilr I Us
Broker On
Don't store cold cuts in the owners often need a

refrigerator any longer than convenient way to propagate a Bunnell. Florida

three to five days. I I few plants from cuttings or I -.: I

., seed. I ___
Even the best of refrigerators I
-.-.- Vi I
on normally cool days won't There are many small units

hold these meats beyond that which can be used to give you : PETERSON TEXACO

time limit, says Dr. Robert L.i i enough plants for the ordinary i SERVICE

Reddish, meats specialist, Florida yard. One such unit is an ROAD SERVICE I When

Agricultural Extension Servo aquarium.The 11 Light Mechanic.' Work

ice. And in humid weather re- bottom of the tank should Phone 437.3441 3unnell

frigerator temperatures tend to Abe covered with at least one i.

go up too. inch of pea gravel for drainageA IN TilE CIRCUIT COURT,
i three or four Inch layer of I ENTH .JUDICIAL 8EV-1
Fresh roasts, chops, and steaks AND FOR FLAGLER .
likewise should not be held for sharp sand, sphagnum moss or FLORIDA. IN CHANCERY NO.

more than two to four days. half and half mixture of peat I MARIE SKIS.: MONTANA, You Need

For poultry and fish shorten and perlite should then be v.. Plaintiff,

this period to Immediate use added on top of the gravel, according JOSEPH MONTANA.Defendant.

and never over two days. | to Dr. Tom Sheehan, associate I NOTICE TO APPEAR I II

Store these foods In the coldest i j horticulturist, Florida THE STATE OF FLORIDA. TO: i
Agricultural Experiment Station. I JOSEPH MONTANA
of refrigerator
part your I Whose residence and
where the temperature is usually | Post Office Addressare
I After moistening the medium, unknownYou
30 to 35 degrees. Keep wrappings i j j I you're ready for the cuttings. I are hereby notified that a GOODPrinting
loose so air can circulate I I suit for divorce has been died
i Dr. Sheehan explains that after against you In the above entitled !

around the meat. I|': inserting the cuttings into the ,! to cause serve and upon you are Plaintiff's hereby required'Attorn- .

Store ham, frankfurters, ba- j| medium, place a glass or plastic I! ey whose name and address appear I
hereon written defense,
i your
con, bologna, and smoked sausage j| cover over the aquarium. I If any, to the Bill of Complaint in
In the coldest part of the.)I i said suit, on or before the 3rd day I
of September, 1966, else decree
This the humidity high pro
refrigerator in their original I keeps confesso will be entered against I
packagings. Use up bacon with. I and prevents wilting and also you.
I WITNESS my hand and seal of
in a week, a half ham In three I hastens development, he said. said Court this 2nd day of August,

to four days, and a whole ham I I 1966.
Other propagating units that (SEAL) JULIA R. HARVEY,
within a week. If a whole hamIs you might try Include the rooting I. Clerk of said Court, ad Interim.
too much for the family to
of cuttings under a mist O. Box 896
use when it is at its peak quality Bunnell Florida
system, plastic bags, one or two Attorney for Plaintiff
purchase smaller amounts. Aug. 4.11-18.Z5-4te ,
gallon cans and clay flower pots.
Wrap ham slices tightly. Plan
The propagating units should IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF
to them within few I I FLAGLER
use a days. j COUNTY. FLORIDAIN
be clean, close by and easy to CHANCERY NO. 8326

care for In the house or apart MARY T. GOODWIN
Ground meat such as ham. I Plaintiff
burger and bulk sausage are ment. vs.

quick to spoil. Use up such Any unit should be placed in I JOSEPH MORGAN GOODWIN.Defendant. I

meat within one to two days, NOTICE TO DEFEND
partial shade to help preventthe
roots from drying out. I JOSEPH MORGAN GOODWIN
that more of the meat srface RURAL ROUTE, ATLANTIC

has been exposed to contalml- Most cuttings root best when I You NORTH are hereby CAROLINA notified that a

nation from air, handlers, and !I r the temperature of the mediumis suit has been filed against you In
the above entitled and
cause; you
mechanical equipment. between 60 and 70 degrees. 1 I' are hereby required to file your an
..wr.wIth. the Clerk of this _Court
NOTICE ()IIALIIN-TENTATIVI: IIUDGET I ana to serve a copy thereof upon LETTER HEADS
the plaintiff or plaintiffs attorney
Notice Is hereby given that the Board of County Commissioners whose name and address is: I
County, will, at a special meeting on Tuesday. I CHARLES R. BENNETT
olu glfrd nrl Jga.p.
g 1966, : M. hear complaints or objections to the P. O. BOX 179
adoption of the tentativeCounty Budget for the ensuing fiscal year. ST. AUGUSTINE FLORIDA BUSINESS CARDSSTATEMENTS
I not l later than
ALFRED R. TUCKER Chairman August 29 A. D. 1966.
Board of County Commissioners If you fall to do so. decree pro
confeiso will be
entered against
Flagler Florida
you for the relief demanded In the
bill of
Ad Interim complaint. The nature of
said suit being for divorce. ,
October J, 1006 to September :te, JII67GENERAL A.said D. Court 1966.Official this 20th day of July

Katlnmte of Revenue and RrrelptmTaxes JULIA R. HARVEY
-.42 mills on J38.215.875.00 ........................................................$ 16032.00 Clerk of said Circuit Court I
Race Track Receipts .... .. ....._.... 170000.00 ad Interim.
Miscellaneous Receipts :::::::::::::::::::::::::::::-:::: .:::::::::............::::::::::::::.. ,010.00: : July 28 & Aug. 4.11.18-ftc I
Less 5% 9752.00 ENTH JUDICIAL ('(H<"UIT

Anticipated Cash Balances October 1, 1966 .......M..._.................185290.00 50000.00 FLORIDA.IN CHANCERY.. TICKETS and TAGS
NO. ni24: I
Kiitlmateil Expenditure
Racing Funds to School Board.........._.................._.......... ..................$ 49000.00 JOHNS'R. NIELSEN,
Racing Funds to Recreation Fund ...M..M....................... 6.000.00 Defendant.
Other Anticipated General Expf'ndltures..M........... 144.290.00 DIVORCE CIRCULARSANNOUNCEMENTS
General Fund Reserve -.............................-..._...:.._.._......_.........._....... 10000.00 NOTICE TO APPEAR
Reserve for Cash Carry-Over to cover Expenditures Oct.-Dec. THE STATE OF FLORIDA, TO:
1967 ...........................................................................M..M............ 26,000.00 JOHN 11. NIELSEN
1101 Madison Street
235290.00 Bogalusa! LouisianaYou

are hereby notified that u I
--I suit for divorce has been filed
1IOAI1 AND 1IKIDGK FUND against you In the above entitled
Estimate of Itetenue anti Iterelptai cause and you are hereby required
Taxes-.73: Mills on 38215875.00 ....................................._.............. 27995.00 I to serve upon Plaintiffs Attorney,
Racing Funds ......_ ........*................................................................. 62000.00 whose name and address appear i
Various Gasoline T axes ....................................................... _..,.........., 65200.00 hereon, your written defense, if
Miscellaneous Receipts .....................*...-.............................-_..,............ 200.00 any, to the Bill of Complaint In I
said suit, on or before the 20th
U5!'.395.00 day of August, 1966 else decree pro I
Less 5% 7.770.00'U7.625.00 confesso you.WITNESS will be entered against We Don't Do The MostPRINTING

my hand and seal of
Anticipated Cash Balance October 1, 1966 ..?....?.........._.,.......... 28000.00 fluid Court this 19th day of July
$175,625.00 E. A. SMYTHE
(Seal) Clerk of said Court
Bys: / Julia R. Harvey
Kitlinnted Expenditure ""
Free Labor and Supervisory Snlarles.' .................._......_....m..............$ 58900.00 W. U WADSWSRTH I
Maintenance' of Equipment and New Equipment....... .._................ 41,775.00 P. O. Box 896
Materials Etc. ...........-..........................................._............*...... ............... 18.500.00 Bunnell, Florida
Care of Convicts ...........*...............................................-......._................. 7000.00 Attorney for Plaintiff.
Miscellaneous' Expenditures I ..................................................._............... 5450.00 July 21, 28. and Aug. 4. 11, 4te But We Do Some of the
Purchase of RIght-of-Way and Borrow 1'1t..M..M........... 15000.00 Best
l Reserve ... ... ... _...........?....?.......?? .? 9,000.00: : AND FOR FLAGLKR COUNTY
Cash Carry-over to cover Expenditures; Oct.-Dec. 967...::::::::: 20,000.00 FLORIDA.
$ 175625.00 '\:UPi.BARDARA.
Plaintiff L. RIMEL I

of llevenue nnd Iterelpt Defendant.
Taxes-.90 Mills on .38.215.875.00.M.M.M.M...$ 34518.00 .
Racing Funds ......._...........................M..M..M................._..__.......... 8000.00 NOTICE DIVORCE
Fines and Forfeitures I .............................m..M..M...._.._......... 40,000.00 THE STATE OF TO FLORIDA.APPEAR TO: Dial 4373282The
$ 82518.00 Box 634 Care State Prison
Less 5%
4126.00 J
Anticipated Cash Balance October 1, 1966.................................._...... 15000.00 You .r Pl'he i Maryland notified that a
suit for divorce has been tiled
I 93392.00 against you In the above entitled

Estimated Sheriff's Budget Expenditure............!..M....._......................................_..__......_....... 56.820.00 to cause serve and you Plaintiffs are hereby required
Miscellaneous Expenditures ..._..__...........__.._._............_.._...... 9900.00! whose name upon and address Attorney
County Reserve ... .. .... ...... .. ... _.._. 1,790.00 appear
Sheriffs Reserve -.:::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::?-..:? =:: ...?.?.:?. ?.,.....::::::: 4882.00: : any your the Bill written of Complaint defense If

Cash Carry-over to cover Expenditures Oct.-Dec. 1967............... 20000.00 suit, on or before the 20th day insaid
of August 1966 else decree pro
93392.00 confesso will be entered against

my hand and seal of
FLAGLEH COUNTY: HEALTH DEPARTMENTTaxes said Court this 18th day of July,
.48 Mills\ (approximately............................._...._...._...........$ 18207.19 1966

Taxes rILIK.Lxl )......................?..................... 15971.89 Clerk of Said Court
By ,sJulia R. Harvey, Flagler TribunePAGE
Taxes 8/40leths of one Mill W. L WADSWORuTHClerk.
MILLAOK ASSESSED 1985.88 PERIOD 1406 Mills P. O. Box 896
MILLAOE ASSESSED 1966-67 PERIOD 2.53 Mills Bunnell. Florida
The detailed budgets are open for Inspection at the office of the Attorney for Plaintiff
Clerk of the Circuit Court. Aug. 11, It. July 21, 23 and Aug. 4, 11, 4 to. _



Thursday,. August 11,_1966 .... THE_FLAGLER TRIBUNE, BUNNELL, FLORIDA: n u PAGE THREE
act. Distasteful as such action I
may be, it is imperative if the
Too Late nation's interest is considered. Quantity Rights
i While organized labor may I WE GIVE Reserved
To Classify i control a lot of votes, Congressis I ***
going to find that the public I
BY Russell EOT once aroused, represents a I TOP PRICES GOOD
lot more and it is apparent that I Th ., Fri., Sat.,
Defying President Johnson, the public is fast losing its I VALUE SUPER MARKET and Monday
Congress and their own leaders, patience.
Aug. 11, 12, 13
airline mechanics have
striking Sixteen thousand Americans
served notice on the nation that find themselves stranded in STAMPS 103 SOUTH RAILROAD ST. and 15th
they mean to have their way Europe through no fault of their I Tel. 437-3201
regardless of public Inconven.1 own and they are not happy --
ience and economic about it. Here at home Florida Grade "A"
nation. ness and industry are bust'j

Reason and common sense I tremendous losses as a (1
apparently have nothing to do sult of the strike. Countless I I Whole
with it. Recommendations of thousands have had their vaca- '
the President's Committee, fol. tlon plans disrupted, the national FRYER
lowed by his White House conference Income will be sharply reduced t 29
both proposed reasonable because of lost revenue Lb
settlements to no( avail. being experienced by hundredsof
firms and individuals who
Now it is up to Congress
are innocent victims. r
Thousands of employees have Limit 2 Please
WANT ADSListings been laid off and find themselves .
handicapped in meeting
their financial obligations. The Valleydale, Half or Whole Rib or Loin End
under this heading are mails are delayed and while (SMOKED) PORK _
3 cents a word
75 cents Is the minimum charge we still pay eight cents for airmail .
service, it goes by surface HAMS lb. 59F ROAST lb. 65F
FOR SALE-2 bedroom suites, 2 mail which would appear the
couches, electrical appliancesand government is obtaining money
many other items. Must be false .
under pretenses.It Lean Meaty Center Loin
sold in next two weeks. Capitol
Motel, Korona. Phone 4373202. is too much to.hope that SPARE PORK
811.2tp Congress will take any drastic
action but if it doesn't the situ. RIBS lb. 59F ROAST lb. 79
FOR RENT-3 rooms and bath ation will become steadily worse.
apartment, all electric, available As damaging as the present
August 15. Phone 439.2463, 1312 strike is, it is minor comparedto
South AlA. Also 100x100 lot for what will happen in the future World's Best Armour (Capital)
sale. 8ll2tp. when larger and stronger Ground Ibs. Smoked "
NORGE Wringer Washer. $35.00..Jerry's unions call more strikes that BEEF Z 99* SAUSAGE 390

Furniture and Appliance, could prove even more disas
Old Dixie Highway, 2 miles trous to the public interest. Lyke's Sugar CreekFRANKS Florida Grade "A" (Family Pkg.)

south 8-11-ltc of Korona. Phone4373752. in New the offing contract for negitiations numerous are industries 2 Pkgs.::: 8ge Sl FRYERS 5 BAg: $189Lean

I including electronics,
LOT FOR SALE on Central Avenue food processors, leather workers,
in Flagler Beach, cheap.: meat packers, telephone and Meaty (Beef) Lean "Boneless

Call Daytona Beach 6772076. telegraph workers and many SHORT RIBS lb. 4ge STEW lb. 6ge
8-ll-2tc others. Add to this the local

unions of police, firemen, gar.
AUTO FOR SALE 1954 Plymouth
bage collectors, nurses, and
4 door Savoy, reasonable, 1339N. service groups and the future Folger's (All Grinds) U. S. No. 1 IrishPOTATOES
Central Ave. Flagler Beach, many
we face is not pleasant to
Fla., P. O. Box 312. 8.4.2tp
contemplate.Now COFFEE
FOR SALE 43 ft. house trailer. Congress is frantically
Outer buildings, lot 50x100, living tearing its hair in an effort to
room, large bedroom, work come up with some sort of "In. 1 Ib. 10 lb.Tin .
shop, best of water. Will sell stant" legislation to serve the 48tJ. Bag 38
cheap if taken soon. Phone present problem that at most
439.2196. R. Kellogg. 8.4.3tp will be only temporarily de.
Limit (1) with $5.00 or more Limit (1) with $5.00 or more
signed to meet the present dif food order food order
for evening
WANTED ficulty while the real problemgoes
shift, 2 to 10. Windmill Restaurant far beyond that.

North Highway 1. With inflation a serious threat,
8.4.2tp continued raising of salaries GIANT SIZE Kaiser's (New)

LOSE WEIGHT safely with and prices will only make the ROLL-A-PAC
Deu.A.Dlet Tablets. Only 98c at matter worse and help reduce TIDE
Moody's Pharmacy. June 9, 12tp the buying power of the dol. FOIL
lar to a point where no matter
SINGER sewing machines. New, how salaries are increased the Gt.
used, repairs. Call Bob French, employers will be worse off. Box 48F Reg. Roll
253-4541 Daytona collect. Well anyhow, the airline Each 19
SEPTIC TANK Cleaning; drain minds off
strike has taken our
Limit ((1)) with $5.00 or more
fields installed; Rota-Roter snail Viet Nam and the civil rights
shell. Reasonable prices. Call I riots. food order Limit (1)) Please

George Jarosz, 437.3410 8-1-tf

JOHNSTON'SFLAGLER I million'An Increase pounds of of milk perhaps producedover 40.70 Frozen FoodsMorton's THOUSAND Wishbone 8 oz.ISLANDDRESSING

the 1,388 million pounds of
BEACH REALTY CO. 1965 seems likely," predicted Dr. 20 oz. Bot.
LOTS, HOMES, OCEAN FRONT, Ralph A. Eastwood, a University FRUIT PIES 3 For $i 1Se
WATER FRONT, FARMS, of Florida agricultural econo

ACREAGEBee mist at the Third Annual Dairy Armour 4 oz. VIENNASAUSAGE
ux for your real estate needs Production Conference at the Fresh Produce
9.2242Resldence Cans
Office Phone
U. of F. National business conditions 4 $1
Phones ID 7.3691 I he pointed out, have Fresh Firm
ID 7.3517
been favorable.
never more
- - Head
------ Kraft 10
LETTUCEThompson 17e oz.

METTS Super Mkt. GRAPES(Seedless) lb. 29C PRESERVES 4 Jars $ ffOO

Shurfine (303 Can)


Effective Monday August 15, 1966 lb. 19C PEACHES 4c"nt 8geJtItIXJmI"mmrn

: : ; ](' fflMia MONDAY 8 A. M. to 7 P. M.

TUESDAY 8 A. M. to 7 P. M. 50 FREE 50 FREE 50 FREETOP
WEDNESDAY 8 A. M. to 1 P. M.
With purchase of With purchase of With purchase of
FRIDAY 8 A. M. to 8 P. M.
((2)) Cut-up $1.50 Light ((2) 12 oz. Mugs of
SATURDAY 8 A. M. to 8 P. M. Bulbs
Fryers Zephyr Peanut Butter

I Coupon Void After Coupon Void After Coupon Void After
at 1
Closed Wed. Afternoon p.m I ,Monday, August 15, 1966 Monday, August 15, 1966 Monday, August 15, 1966


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I the school. Mountain search and uated from Dunn (N. C.) High funeral is worth the price of the i

rescue techniques are demonstrated I School in 1960 and received an whole book and so is the truelove I

57fafer r&ac at the school by team A. B. degree in 1964 from the story of Bonflls. Miss Ross's

members twice each week. An University of South Carolina in book "Crusaders and Crinolines"is

actual rescue call may intervene Columbia and an M. A. degreein about a man and wife team

I at any time.Tourists 1965 from Appalachian State who brought about tremendous

I | and area citizens arei Teachers College in Boone, N. C. changes in fashions and home

of i welcome to attend the demon. I decorating in New York also in

i strations, each Tuesday and Books Are DishBy and around the 1870's.
Thursday, during June, July and My Out west at this time an East-

August. Held in Cheyenne Can. Dorothy Homans terner would be called a dude

yon, near Colorado Springs, they ,+r At the Flagler Beach Public until he could prove otherwise.I'd .
have become an important event I Library are two biographies, like to know what Bonflls

since the team was founded in both out of the ordinary, both and Tammens would have

,. 1946. with several points in common, thought of the William Jennings

i .IS SV j Last year, more than 12,0001| and both written about people Demerest's woman magazine
V V' people climbed to stands blasted I and parts of the country as different publications and Mrs. Demerest
; out of a hillside to watch the I as sage brush and orchids. goldmine in inventing paper pat.
% team members scramble up and j The writers are brilliant reporters terns.

down almost sheer cliffs, with 1 Gene Fowler and Ishbel

i lor without ropes, or handle j I Ross. In "Timber Line", Fowler
Back to School NeedsCompton's
Y | special rescue litters. I tells of the speculator and the
| Jordan entered the Army in j]' bartended who teamed up to run

( September 1965 and completed the Denver Post. For forty years Encyclopedia

basic training at Fort Leonard Bonfils and Tammens ruled the
Wood, Mo. Rocky Mountain Region through

1 He was employed by the their paper. Their outragous the home and school
Charlotte (N. C.) Health Department story is part of the Wild and free demonstration
i I prior to going on active -.I Wooley West in and around the Telephone 506 E. Moody

I 4lllli I I duty. A member of Sigma I 1870's and Gay Nineties. 437.3236 Bunnell, Fla.
chi fraternity, Jordan was grad The account of Buffalo Bill's
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I Are : there really
Jo Ann Wilson, 16, daughter I ;
Ill., the Black Hills, Salt Lake
:: } )
Bernie Wil
of Mr. and Mrs. ; :
City, Portland, Oregon, San

son ler Beach og 1008, returned Daytona home Ave., Flag.June I I Francisco, Carlsbad, Yosemite Caverns, Los, Juarez Angeles ., any sound: reasons for ::Duymg ', Y

25, only nine days after successful v.
Mexico, and New Orleans.

University Miller open Health heart of Florida's Surgeonsat Hillis the pulpit Rev. Hoover in the will Flagler occpy Beach the I a Chevrolet in August?] t t ..

Methodist Church Sunday morn
the Shands Teaching Hospitalof
ing at 11 o'clock.Mr. .
the Health Center closed. a
large hole In her heart. Miss
I and Mrs. Paul White and
Wilson is doing fine. She recent.
children of Naples spent last
ly went over for a checkup.The .
week visiting in Flagler Beach

with Mrs. Eva Wiser, and Mr. I :.
Rev. and Mrs. Reynold
and Mrs. Jack Holt. They were I
Hoover have returned from an
accmpanied home by Terry
extensive trip through
Dawson who will visit there for
United States and Canada. They
visited in the New England I I two weeks.

States and also Ontario, New I
Visiting here and at Flagler
Brunswick, Nova Scotia, Prince
Beach with the Stanish family *
Edward Island, Canada. They enjoyed I I Partly August ft a$ my to 1
the Thousand Island boat and Mrs. Eva Wiser recently were own a Bel Al>4-Ooor$ Mr. and Mrs. David Burnsed and .. ..... ... "
trip from Kingston, Ontario. ''':; ..: '.;<::.::<..:.:<::..,,::,::''' getting to tha *r. -
Their trip included stopovers
I In Detroit, Mich. and Chicago,
I Guests of and Mrs. E. Lester
Rev. .
..:.. : .
Stanton last week was his

sister, Mrs. Elsie Prell, of River / (.:.
Alexander side, California.

Lumber CompanyFLAGLER Phil Martel, son of Mr. and
Mrs. Ray Martell, formerly of
BRANCH Flagler Beach and now of Holly

Hill, S. C., received a little

Summer Time league trophy as being the :: Walt till you set How sporty

most valuable member of his ; you loott sitting! In you*.impala}:.
team. lie is a pitcher for his Super Sport

Special team. ...;.;... .,......,,.r.,..,....,..>...,..,............,..:... :

Quantity Discount Paint JAMES H. JORDAN I

ACHIEVED MANY In a word: Six

SALESavings GOALS IN ARMYIn I 1 Have you ever known the instant A If you think winter's tough on

the Army, being on an delight of selecting a new Impala ". an old car, believe us, so is
up to 207. on honor guard is a rare privilege. Super Sport in the color you want, summer. There's added strain on the

Exterior-Interior Selection to a drill team Is a slipping into its Strato-bucket seats, engine because of vacation
Masonry-Wood Paint distinction. Only top soldiersare and driving it home from the showroom Greater tire wear. The cooling
Let us assist you with our schools.assigned And It to takes leadership a good the same day? Now's your chance. has to work extra hard. A new

remodeling or home man to demonstrate regularlythe Your Chevrolet dealer has a big Chevrolet can save you a lot of trouble.
choice of models on hand with small
improvement service. best rescue and mountain
C You do a lot of
August price tags. driving for
climbing techniques.At .
TO SAVE MONEY- **. pleasure
Fort Carson, Colo., Private so why not ride on
TRADE WITH JOHNNY More than likely, your present Chevrolet's
2 Full Coil
First Class James H. Jordan, 24, suspension. Let
son of Mr. and Mrs. Hal H. Jordan car will never be worth as much your feet feel that deep-twist Chevrolet

Flagler Beach, Florida, has in trade as it is right now. Moneycarpeting.. August is to enjoy.
achieved all these goals. He is another good reason to buy a
3 GAL. FOR $5.00 assigned to the 5th Infantry Di. Chevrolet this month. /* Make your summer driving safer

QUALITY PAINTCome vision (Mechanized) Leadership v. driving by taking advantage of
( In and ape It made) I Read those articles about when the eight
School, and to the post Mountain 3 standard safety features built
It. V. Yeomana, Ormond Beach to
Search and buy a new car and they'll tell into
Rescue Team.
Corner Hand Ate. Jt: 1.,". S. 1 every new Chevrolet. If your
677-8020 677.8929 Both he the honor guard and you that August is one of the best present car doesn't have
seat belts
the dril team are maintained at months. And your Chevrolet dealer is back-up lights, outside rearview ,

ready to show you why. with mirror, padded instrument
buys that are better than ever. panel,
a new Chevrolet.

H. CRAIG Funeral Director Chevrolet Chevelle Chevy U Corvair Corvette Afiflftay

I See the man who can save the
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LOCALS : : 1 Pork Chops


and Mrs.
MORRIS TO HOLD Randy Gordon :
of Wildwood announce the arrival I

OPEN HOUSE MONDAYMr. of a six pound 14 ounce .. .
daughter born August 9. She has : ,fi ::1 tI' .: .', _._ '_ : _". ... \ '\' '.'__,.,;, !:-it...... "
and Mrs. Walter Morris
given the name of Rendy
wil hold open house from two Renee. u. s. D. A. CHOICE BEEF SALE
to four o'clock Monday after
The Gordons
are former residents -
noon, August 15, 1966 at their ,
of Bunnell. The new arrival -
home, 500 North Chapel Street. is the grand daughter of CHUCK ROAST lb. 49
The occasion will be celebratingtheir Roy Gordon of Bunnell.
twenty.fifth wedding an

niversary.All Mrs. Leona Knight and her
friends of the couple are in sister, Mrs. Horace Locke of Tam ROUND STEAK lb. 89
vited to call during these hours. pa, have returned from Augusta,
Mr. and Mrs. Morris were Georgia. They were called there
married August 15, 1941 fn New due to the illness of their
York City and arrived In Bun brother in law, Sam Thompsonwho CUBE STEAK lb. 79
nell a week later for Mr. Morristo underwent lung surgery.Mr. .
begin his duties as Bandmaster

for the Bunnell School. and Mrs. Gordon Buckles
They have resided here since and children have returned ALL MEAT STEW lb. 69
that time with the exception of home after a vacation spent in
the three years he was in the Goldsboro, N. C.
U. S. Armed services during

World War 2. House guests of Mr. and Mrs.P. .
Mr. and Mrs. Morris received A. Edmonson last week included Lean Western
their degrees from Western Ken relatives from Atlanta:
tucky University. Mr. Morris re Mr. and Mrs. Ross Durin and PORK STEAKS lb. 63
ceived his masters degree from children Debby and Sharon.
Peabody College in Tennessee.

They have two children, Mrs. Mrs. Jessie Way is a patientat Lyke's "Sugar Creek" SMOKED ((14-16 lb. Avg.) (ALF OR WHOLE)
John Ellis of Orlando, and Ran the Bunnell General Hospital.Mr. .
dy Morris who is a student at

Western Kentucky University in and Mrs. Duane Deen and
his senior year. I Miss Suellen Deen were visiting HAM
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i in Fort Lauderdale three days
Blaesing Overby this week.

Marriage Is
AnnouncedJoan House guests of Mr. and Mrs.
Victor Buckles included Mr. and
Ellen Blaesing, 1307 For I Mrs. Bill Kid of Fort Mill, S. C., I Ask G. C. For Special Meals Cut To Your SatisfactionVan
est Ridge Drive, Holly Hill, and Mrs. Ruth Harkey of Crystal
Jessie Rufus Overby, Bunnell,, River, and Mr. and Mrs. Tommy
were married July 15 at Ormond Nichol of Fort Mill. Mrs. Kid Camp's No. 2 Can
Beach Union Church. and Mrs. Harkey are sisters of
The bride is the daughter ofMr. Mrs. Buckles.Mr. i PORK BEANS 5 For $100
and Mrs. Harold Piper, Racine KRAFT OIL I
Wis. Mr. Overby is the son and Mrs. Bruz Gordon re Blue Plate Pint Jar
of John Kempsty, Bunnell.Dr. I cently returned home after a For Quart
Theodore Rogers performed visit in Panama City with their MAYONNAISE 3 $1 Bottle 39
the double ring ceremony.Mr. son, Lovelace Gordon and fam
and Mrs. Milton Buckmanwere I, ily. Lyke's 4 oz. Can
matron of honor and best I VIENNA For $0 Limit 1 with $5.00 or more food order
man. Mrs. Laurie Yelvington has re -
The reception was at the Ca. turned home after spending the -
rousel. The couple is at homeat past ten months In Phoenix, MIX OR MATCHBLUE
1907 Forest Ridge Drive, Holly Arizona, with her son Richard. SUN SPUN
H ll. The bride was graduatedfrom Her son was recently transferredto PLATE GRAPE JAM OR JELLY,
the Cosmetology Dept. of Atlanta, Ga. where he will PEACH AND PINEAPPLE PRESERVES
the Mary Karl Division of Daytona reside. OLEOinQtrs.
18 Jar
Beach Junior College. Mr. I oz.

Overby is a park ranger at To. Ray Mercer was in Gainesville For $100 1.Ibs.. 1ge
moka State Park. two days this week attending ( .)

DIANE YELVINGTON I I a postmasters meeting.Mr. Limit 2 with $5.00 or more food order

STORK SHOWERMrs. I vacationing at Maggie Valley,
Joan Lynn, Mrs. Judy North Carolina. FROZEN FOODSMorton' -

Burnsed and Mrs. Betty Jo I 8 oz. Pkg.
Strickland entertained with a

stork honoring shower Mrs. Tuesday Diane Yelvington.The evening.,I I ANNUAL PERMITS Ilb. 48e POT PIES 3 For 4ge

party was given at the NOW AVAILABLE AT Limit 1 with $5.00 or more food order
Strickland home, U. S. Highway I Mrs. Paul's 9 oz. Pkg.
color scheme of yellow and Stephen Foster Memorial FRESH PRODUCE _
green was used in the decora ,. at White Springs, has announced
tions and favors and refresh. that annual permits are now U. S. No. 1POTATOES
ments. About thirty friends i available, according to the Florida ..
were present. Winning prizes In News Service. 10" 49C COLD POWER
contests were Mary Jo Seale, J. A. Cawthon, director of the
Mary Maxwell, and Susan Bran. I Suwannee River memorial to the Large HeadLETTUCE
nam. famous' song writer, said the Head GIANT
permits are good for one year 19C SIZE 48
MRS. YELVIN-G from' date of purchase. They
HONORED AT PARTYIN I I I cover the purchaser and his or food order
with $5.00 or more
Limit 1
SEVILLE SATURDAYMrs. I her Immediate family. The costs GRAPES 2lb" 29C
Diane Yelvington was I I $2 after one visit at regular
honored at a stork shower Saturday admission prices on date of visit.
afternoon In Seville. 1 "With the permit Cawthon
The Bill Henry home was the explained, "a family may visit
scene of the party. Mrs. Henry I the: memorial as often as they
and daughter, Myrlene, Nancy like during the year without additional
Williams, and Norma Braddock charge."
were hostesses for the affair.A I The action, taken by the IiIEiiPhone
color scheme of pink was I Stephen Foster Memorial Commission
used. Twenty-five guests were is the result of the introduction Ml
was won I of annual admission
present. The door prize
at national } ,
by Faye McCormick. permit plans parks
I Florida State Parks and many 437-3227

Mr. and Mrs. Dwayne Metts attractions throughout Florida. OPEN SUNDAYS U.S. No.1 BUNNELL
and children have returned
I 8:00 a.m.-1:00 p.m.
Facts often stubborn
vacation of a weekIn are
home after
North Carolina.a things and well concealed. Quantity Rights Reserved Prices Good August 11, 12, 13, 14, and 15, 1966

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-q R4i a i I soil with a small h'I;; 'I is the- -''--Radar- Used in matographs uses micro-wave $212,000 Pesticide Research- Lab
q v*
best way to defeat the pest i (radar) to separte extracts into has become the focal point for
I plants. Also, shallow cultivation 1 various chemical compounds for cooperative pesticide research
(By Henrey Sharps) I Pesticide Identity
I causes less damage to the I .! identification.The Involving agricultural experiment
Growing gladiolus in the gladiolus roots. J}I The University of Florida's I new $9,000 machine rep stations In 13 southern
home garden is easy. i Glads on medium soil need Pesticide Research Lboratory recently i resents the most sophisticated states and Puerto Rico. State,
Corms commonly called another application of fertilizer began using a new electronic approach yet devised to detect regional, and federal funds
bulbs-planted now will produce I about five weeks after planting.On I device to detect pesticides. illusive chemicals in pesticides have been allocated for Its op
a splash of color in 60 to I very sandy soils the glads The complex new apparatus, I residues that previously were eration.
90 days. These tall stem beau will grow better if offered at I. known as a chromatograph, is I' difficult or impossible to Iden I
ties have eye appeal. They attract I least three applications of plant believed to be one of four of tify. I "They say" has ruined many
attention as a garden flower food at two-week intervals aft its kind in the nation."Chromatography : As a component of IFAS, the I: lives.
a bouquet in the home or er planting. is the name ;
an arrangement for the church. I Spread the fertilizer on both given to a number of related I
For a blend of colors, plant sides of the row about six inches techniques which separate and
several varieties of glads. I from the plants and work into detect various pesticides accord I 24 HourWrecker
Start with June Bells or White the soil surface without harm. ing to their distinct chemical : Service
Friendship for a snow white : ing the root system. Water properties. Advanced hardwareand I
display. Mingle in a few corms I well after fertilizing to carry techniques mean that the I
Splotlight I the fertilizer into the root zone. lab can more accurately detect
of Hopman's Glory I Flagler Truck & Tractor Co
variety for a splash of yellow. To prevent diseases, purchase and Indentify trace residues I II ,
Add Valeria or San Souci for only clean, bright corms. Usually I I which may linger In food crops. : MASSEY-FERGUSON
red hues and plant Elizabeth'" small corms, one inch in Purer food will be the result. Grove. Farm Industrial Equipment
the Queen for a dash of laven diameter, are healthier than The first step in chromatography I
I larger corms. Dull, dark husks involves the use of a sol VIRGIL DECKER Phone ID 7-3242
der.For indicate old corms which might vent to obtain extract .
feminine pink, select a a liquid Owner Bunnell, Florida
few corms of Friendship, Spick carry diseases.If from the crop being tested for ,
and Span or Phantom Beauty. in a lot of 100 corms there pesticide residues. The extract .
Gladiolus thrive best in a are two or three shriveled by I I is then injected into a chromatograph I ::;.:.:.:.:.-:.:.:.:.:.:.:.:.:.:.:.:.:.:.:.:.:.:.:.:.:.:.:.:.:.:.:.:.:.:.:.:.:.:.:.:.::.::+:.:.:.:.:.::;

well-drained soil in a sunny lo I rot, it's best to make your bulb which separates chemical -
cation.To I purchase elsewhere.If compounds and produces a I@ HART REFRIGERATION
prepare a bed for planting I disease spots show up on distinctive graph with characteristic !
cultivate thoroughly and. leaves of plants, spray once a peaks and valleys for
remove all weeds and trash i week with zineb or maneb. This each chemical. When these I >:: AND :::
Mark off the rows in the plant. will prevent the healthy plants graphs are compared with '
Ing bed-perhaps to form a design I from getting infected.In I those of known chemicals, the''j=
that will add additional I'I warm weather keep an eye I result is an easily identifiable j"profile" j:: ELECTRIC SERVICE :
beauty at blossoming time. I out for thrips. To control them I II V
of the pesticide.
In well-drained or very sandy I, apply a weekly dust of lindane, I, i
soil, prepare a two or three inch I I. malathion or DDT. In making Traditional lab techniques rely -I''t, Bunnell, Fla. Box 253-A, Rl IjX :::
on heating the extract to
trench for planting. On clay or'' the application follow the man.I I:; Phone 437-3698 :4V
Its chemical
separate compounds -
organic soils place the corms at ufacturers' directions carefully. V
ground level and mound up the I I When blossoms begin to show the_lab's newest. chro- v. .=.:.:.:.:.:.:.:.:.:.:,:.:.:.:.:.:.:.:.:.:.:.:.:.:.:.:.:.:.:.:.:.:.:.:.:.:.:.:.:.:.:.:.:.:.:.::.:.v:.
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earth at least four inches over don't be too hasty cutting them C e
the "bulbs." for home use. Allow at least
Set the corms firmly into the two lower florets to open fully
soil, four to six inches part in before cutting the stalks.
rows that are two to three feet Gladiolus will last about a
apart. week in the home. For this long
When planting is finished, lasting beauty, keep the vases Phoebe is a short-distance talker.
rake in a commercial fertilizer clean and free of bacterial .
such as a 4-8-8 (NPK) on the slime. Use one quarter teaspoonof '.
Likes to in close touch
sides of the beds, but not directly Chlorox or similar bleach in keep
over the sorms. the water to control the bacteria.
Use about 2% pounds of plant I I Also, change the water in the with her friends.
food per 100 feet of row. Water I vase every third day and cutoff
the to dissolve the fertil inch of the base
i area an or more
i The the street
\ izer. of the stems at that time. one across ,
r By selecting varieties or plantIng .
on alternate weeks. It Is Famed reptile man, Ross the one next door .
possible to extend flowering Allen, has 'milked more than ,
over a considerable period. 100,000 rattlesnakes for their
the in the next block
I While awaiting for the flower' venom since he started his Rep one ,
j spikes to show, keep the glads tile Institute at Florida's Silver
free of weeds. Skimming the Springs more than 30 years ago. and the one three houses down.

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I BUDDY KNOX Phoebe's one of our favorite customers.

Bunnell Atlantic Service Station phone.What .

I ( else that costs so little makes her world so big?)
U. S. 1 Phone 437-3652
Highway /f?+& Day
(J-SJ' Night Ph. 437-3944


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Two Can't Live the average, the person living I Florida's MilkNation's due section of the Florida State is to be commended.
alone spent about $13 a week Dept. of Agriculture at a dairy Golden said we've set a rec-
for food. When there were two production conference sponsoredby ord and that we must maintain
As Cheaply as One
in the family, the weekly food the Institute of Food and Ag current low residue levels in
Findings recently made by the costs averaged about $23.50, an the increased use of ricultural Sciences at the Uni milk and feeds.
U.S. Dept. of Agriculture and Increase of 81 per cent. I chemical pesticides in all areas versity of Florida.Commenting lIe urged dairymen to watch
Labor dispel the romantic no Many lactors may affect food ,of American farming, milk produced on the present their feed for cows because feed
tion that two can live as cheaply costs among families. Purchasing in Florida is probably the situation and regulations on containing excessive levels of
as one, according to Mrs. in quantity brings down "cleanest" in the nation as far chemical residues in milk and DDT or other pesticide residuesis
Gladys Kendall, home industriesand food costs. Large families may as undesirable pesticide resi feeds, Golden said his office certatin to cause the animal's
marketing specialist, Florida waste less food than small families dues are concerned. analyzed over 500 samples of milk to be adulterated.
Agricultural Extension Serv since it is sometimes hardto This was but one of many milk, and only five samples con
ice.The buy and prepare small quan- conclusions made by Doyle Golden I tained pesticide residues which Steamboats that once plied
expenditure patterns of ties of food. chief of the pesticide resl- would render milk adulterated.One the Ocklawaha and Silver Rivera
of American families were sur The study showed that small --- .- of these five samples was between Palatka and Flori
veyed to determine how the families spend more money per couples to be realistic and be definitely out of state milk. In da's Silver Springs were of a
nation's families spend their person on food eaten away from guided in their plans by the fact comparison to the situation threeor special design to negotiate the
money. home. I that two can't live as cheaplyas four years ago, this is a fine tortorous turns and bends of the
The survey showed that, on Mrs. Kendall advises young one. record, and the dairy Industry winding waterways.

It's Clearance

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2nd. Eddie Waugh, Bunnell. of the Civic Center.No I There are more than 55 varieties -
BOZE H. KITCHENSHAS I Surfing Contest 3rd. Richard Hoeper, Daytona further business, the meeting of non-poisonous snakes to

NEW ADDRESS Beach. adjourned at 1:15 p. m. be found In Florida, accordingto
Attracts Many 4th. Mike Kitaif. Ross Allen, director of the
Friends of Boze H. Kitchens j 5th Allen Ryall, Wabasso. Ross Allen Reptile Institute at
will be happy to know of hlsj I I To Flagler Beach I Sr. Men's Paddling Race Bunnell Methodist Florida's Silver Springs.
He is
new address in Tampa. 1st. Jerry Gallentine, Daytona -
and sister I The Southeastern Surfing ChurchOliver
with a brother in law I i Beach Surf Shop.
and his address is: "Boze H. :contest held at Flagler Beach I
j I 2nd. Ken O'Steen, Daytona CALL
attracted ( F. Taylor. Pastor)
Kitchens, 4405 Oklahoma Ave.,, during the week end Surf
Beach Shop.
Tampa, Florida, 33616." many of the top surfers of Flor i Men's Paddling WHEN THINGS GO WRONG 437-3669
in the three I The headlines of the American I
He has been in Live Oak ida to participate '
1st. Brad Bernard, Daytona
the past year. He is a former day event, Friday Saturday and I' Beach Surf Shop. newspapers this summer ,have i

member of the Bunnell High I Sunday. 2nd. Larry Miniard, Jacksonville been appalling. Violent deaths t Martin
School Faculty, and also Mainland I Sponsored by Flagler Post No.. I Allen's Surfboard Team.Women's keep the newspapers well sup-
Senior High in Daytona 115 of The American Legion, it I ulied with headlines. Murders
Beach.In was the second annual surfing I I Paddling and even multiple murders have I
1st. Mime Munro, Ormond,
a letter this week he says contest held at Flagler Beach. ;I been committed. Traffic accidents .I
Hawaii Surfboard Team.
most of his "aches and pains"! Thirty-one trophies were given I 2nd. Linda Baron, Ormond, even In our own county HardingFOR
are still with him but there is I to the various winners in several I and nearby areas, are claiming ;
Beach Surf
some improvement in his divisions.Jim I I I Daytona Shop. hundreds of lives. i

culation below the knee. He cir'l Kennedy, W. P. D. Q. I Some of finest young men are I

planning to spend the winter radio announcer of Jacksonville, MOVIE ON HIGHWAY being killed and wounded in I LIGHT DOZIER
Tampa and would like to hear acted as master of ceremoniesfor Vietnam. Civil strife and riots
from friends and former stu the program held in the SAFETY SHOWN AT are plaguing our nation. I WORK
Beach Hotel Sunday Airlines strikes reducing
dents. Flagler LIONS CLUB MEETINGAfter are j I
District Commander, salaries to mil.
afternoon. family men by I
POSTMASTERS Tommy Thompson of Jacksonville 1 a delicious meal of meat lions of dollars day. It has truly I I SHELL

SEMINARIN I making the presentations. loaf, mashed potatoes and biscuits been a long hot summer.: With. I
Following are the winners in I the meeting of the Bun. out discussing the whys and i
GAINESVILLEPostmasters I each event: I nell Lions Club was called to wherefores of all this, and with. j
Rufus Miller Men's Open [i order by Lion President Jimmy out seeming too Indifferent let I

Flagler Beach, and Ray Mercerof 1st. Bruce Clelland, Jackson. Kelley. Rev. Taylor lead the me say that this is truly a time j!

Bunnell, were among the yule, Allen's Surfboard Team. I blessing.The when Christian people need to
over 300 Florida Postmasterswho annual 2nd. Joe Roland, Atlantic I group sang "My Country turn to the Lord. The answers I: FILL DIRT

attended the second Beach, Allen's Surfboard Team. I Tis of Thee". will not be simple, but Christ-
Training Seminar held in 3rd. Glenn Miller, Flagler I Lion George Moody introduced tian people have a stake in the |
Gainesville August August 8 Beach, Daytona Beach Surf Shop. ten guests including Lion Earl ongoing process of mankind. )I TOP SOIL
and 9 at the University of Flor 4th. Larry Miniard, Jacksonville ,I Caldwell for Sunset Lions Club We have plenty of questions but I

ida.The Allen's Surfboard Team. I I of Daytona Beach and guest I so few really constructive an
seminar is a voluntary 5th. Rick Perry, Jacksonville, speaker Sgt. McKinnen with the swers. It is a time when the COW MANURE
program in which the Individual Allen's Surfboard Team. I Highway Patrol. I complexities of life need to be

Postmaster participates at his Senior Men's1st. Sgt. McKinnen gave a very Interesting once again weighed by God's
with Post Office I
own expense talk and showed a purposes. We need help that can
instruc Bruce Clelland, Jacksonville Bookkeeping and
Department furnishing movie on highway safety Involving only come from God. "When my
Allen's Surfboard Team. Income Tax ServiceR.
tors. In charge of arrangementswas
drinking drivers. soul fainted within me, I remembered
Pin. 2nd. Ken O'Steen, Daytona,j T.
host postmaster Paige Shockney
Lion Moody announced that the Lord. Jonah 2:17.A : .
who made Daytona Beach Surf Shop. P. O. 'Box 842
nell, of Gainesville,
the Blood Drive would be held
went to 3rd. Glenn Miller, Flagler I Ormond Beach Florida
sure that postmasters in the Masonic Lodge, Thursday, smart man figures out his I
school in the traditional dormitory Beach, Daytona Beach Surf shop. I I Phone G77-4S87
August 18 from 4.7 p. m. instead excuse ahead of time.
-cafeteria style. 4th. Jerry Gallentine, Daytona

Mr Jack Durrance, member of Hansen.
the Alachua County Commissionand 5th. Rusty Hawes, Daytona .

former state president of Beach, Hansen.

the Commissioner Association, Junior Men's

closed the seminar Tuesday af Winners in this division were To end defrosting forever and
ternoon.A I from the Allen Surfboard Team.

| 1st. Larry Miniard, Jackson gain 50% more food storage space...
foolish idea a day keeps ville.

the mind working, at least.HASTINGS 2nd. Vincent Roland, Atlantic
I 3rd. Joe Roland, Atlantic

I& UPHOLSTRY MATTRESS WORKS Beach.4th. Rick Perry, Jacksonville.5th PUTAN

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Phone EA 5-9166 I 1st. Minnie Munro, Ormond,

Furnitu". Upholstering I Hawaii Surfboard Team.
Repaired & Refinished 1 2nd. Renee Eissler, Daytona
Mattresses & Box Springs :, Beach, Oceanside Surf Club. PENGUIN
Made 10 Order.Also Renovated
3rd. Cece Camp, Ormond, In.
Call Laura Morris 437.3233After
dependent.4th. .
6:00 P. M. _
Jan Kitaif, Daytona

Just as near as your I Linda Baron, Daytona IN YOUR /
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Drop Us A Card or Call I Novice1st.

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Opens Saturday Night August 13th i

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7:00 P. M -

13 miles south of Bunnell-4 blocks west of U. S. 1


Matinees Sat., Sun. and Holidays, 2:30 to 4:30

of the Korona Skating Rink Why a penguin?It symbolizes the larger
Former operators zero-cold freezer section and the just

Emil and Mary right cooling temperature in the refrigerator
of today's marvelous


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Flagler County More room for your money-saving
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