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Title: The Flagler tribune
Physical Description: Newspaper
Language: English
Publisher: s.n.
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Place of Publication: Bunnell Fla
Creation Date: March 25, 1965
Publication Date: -1981
Frequency: weekly
regular
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Subjects / Keywords: Newspapers -- Bunnell (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Flagler County (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
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Spatial Coverage: United States -- Florida -- Flagler -- Bunnell
Coordinates: 29.4675 x -81.256944 ( Place of Publication )
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Dates or Sequential Designation: Began in 1917?
Dates or Sequential Designation: -69th year, no. 36 (Sept. 3, 1981).
General Note: Mrs. M.B. Fuller, editor.
General Note: Description based on: Vol. 43, no. 20 (June 2, 1955).
Funding: Funded by NEH in support of the National Digital Newspaper Project (NDNP), NEH Award Number: PJ-50006-05
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Preceded by: St. Johns tribune
Succeeded by: Palm Coast news
Succeeded by: Flagler/Palm Coast news-tribune

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VOLUME 53, NO. 12 BUNNELL, FLORIDA THURSDAY MARCH..25, 1965 t.'" ,\ / : $2.5p'A YEAR c5
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CATTLEMEN OFFER Karl School LIONS CLUB TO I (Inland
St. Augustine REWARD FOR THEFT I! Mary I III HAVE LIGHT BULB I Waterway go.. **fi ji

Plans Events for INFORMATION Director SpeakesTo SALE TUESDAY EVE. Remains Polluted cl

According to Harold Emery, II The Lions Club decided at
This WeekendA President of the Flagler County Rotary Club their regular meeting last Tuesday Spot"Checlc Shows c d !

Cattlemen's Association, a $3,000 to hold their light bulb sale
band concert to mark the reward will be paid for Informa Hal Massey, director of,Mary I Tuesday March 30 at ZOO, p./n. ,Sanitation' 'ofiTh r Gene Holly
of the St. Au. '
official opening and tion leading to arrest and con Karl Vocational Division of the The Club voted (in, four, new'{ said todayatfrewitl,be no more
gustine Amphitheater an viction of cattle theft In Flag. Daytona Beach Junior College, members; Fred Krantz Jim waitt"est ,Rmade"'from' the Inland

Hispanic Fashion events of Festival this weekend are. ler County.Mr. was guest speaker at the luncheon Krantz Gene Holly and T. H. I waterway until 'a house to
two special Emery said the reward Is meeting of the Rotary Clubat Wadsworth. house survey has been com-
part of St. Augustine's 400th 'pleted In the area of pollution,
offered under the rules and regulations the Masonic hall Thursday.
Anniversary Celebration. which Is north of Flagler Beach
used by State Cattle. I II
Mr. outlined for club Club Votes At
The Hispanic Fashion Festival,I men's Association. There has t I Massey Bridge to Marineland.
scheduled for this Saturday, been a great deal of cattle stealing members the program of Instruction I Mr. Holly said there have
March 27th at 12:30 In Poncede in the county and the re- In the area of voca Special Meeting been several spot cheks made
tional-technical at the I
subjects
Leon Hotel, will feature au. ward Is made up by combined and they have found fifty.five
thenic costumes furnished by funds of the State Cattlemen's Mary Karl School. He empha A special called meeting of gallon drums and also direct
members of the Organization of Association, the Flagler County sized that It was the purpose I the Flagler Senior Citizens Club sewage being discharged into the
American States, as well as Cattlemen's Association and local -I of the school to provide voce I Monday evening, March 22, at canal. A complete survey will
which
those representative of the various cattlemen. tional-technical training : the Flagler Beach Municipal begin this week with a representative .
Is needed in this of the
area
provinces of Spain. Spon- I Building, the members voted of the State Board of
soring the event Is the Pilot state I down a proposal to change the Health Department in Jackson

Club of St. Augustine, whose I Sheriff Homer He further pointed out that start of the dinner hour from ville accompanying him. They
members will be modeling Span J periodic employment surveys 6 to 6:30: P. M. A new committee will begin this Thursday and
ish province costumes which Brooks Dies OfAttack are taken In the Volusla-Flagler was named to assist the Friday and will continue until
they researched and made them. area to determine which coursesof house committee in Its work of I the survey Is completed. These
selves. Heart Instruction are 'needed to arranging for the required club. Illegal disposals will have to be
Sunday, March 28th, the St. meet the needs of this area. room facilities for each meeting. corrected before additional water

Augustine Amphitheatre will officially i Flagler County Sheriff Homer I The club also voted to contact tests will be run. Offenders will
open with a Universityof W. Brooks died suddenly of a Nat Goodwin of Norwich, Con. I the American Association of Retired be given notice and a time per.
Florida Gator Band Concert heart attack Tuesday morning.He nectlcutt, was a visiting Rota. Persons, a national organization sod to correct the disposals.The .
presented under the auspices of was stricken with the fatal rlan at the meeting. which has a number of Health Department has

the St. Augustine Easter Week attack just after he entered his President Tom Lenssen an. local chapters In Florida, to been making the water tests almost

Festival, Inc. Beginning at 2:30: automobile which had been nounced that District GovernorBill learn more of the programs, activities two years. The area has
the concert will feature various parked In front of the Court. Hamrlck of Jacksonville and aims of this group. been closed to the taking of

selections, Including a portion house. After starting his car and will review the organization and The club's chairman Rev. E. shell fish from the waters almost

devoted to Spanish music, which traveling a few feet he stopped activities of the club In our an. Lester Stanton, asked the mem 2H years.
wilt reflect the St. Augustine the car and slumped over the nual club assembly. This meet. berg to bring card tables to the Mr, Holly also said the practice

heritage. steering wheel. Deputies Ace ing will be held at the homeof next regular meeting, April 6; of dumping garbage In nonapproved
Present at both weekend Drummond and Leroy Irwin In Z. D. Holland on Wednesday to take care of a possible shortage ditches and dumps
events will be the Easter Week the sheriffs office observed the March 24 at 7:30: P.M. Governor In table seating space have Increased in the past few
Royal Family, a trio of heritage condition and rushed to his aid. Hamrlck will also address the months and he Is reminding the

natives who portray the rulers They rushed him four block! to club at Us regular meeting 'on Florida has 3,000 varieties of public this creates an unsanitary
1 of spain during the 1672 period. the Bunnell General Hospital Thursday, March 25.: flowering plants. condition and It Is also I
Tickets for the Hispanic Fash- I where he was pronounced dead against the law.
.mow'-_.. be, arrival. .* _It' .
Ion Festival may purchased: on -. There are two approved dumpIng
at the hotel, on Saturday, and Mr. Brooks native of ATTENDING F. E. A. CONVENTION grounds the sanitary landfill
Gator Band Concert tickets will was a r west of Flagler Beach and
and has resided
be on sale, Sunday, at the am. Flagler County also the Bunnell dump ground I
here moat of his life. He was
phlteatre, for out of town vlsl : on Highway 11 and 100. Rub
first elected Flagler
tors wishing to attend the func County 'bish Is also Included.JOHNNELL !
tions. Sheriff In 1956, and reelected In
I960( and 1964. lie was 61 yearsof
LEWIS

John O. Buckles lie age.was a world war II veteran, U RECEIVES MEDAL I

serving the Navy Sea Bees. He Army Specialist! Four Johnnell

f' Died Wednesday was a past president of the Rotary I S. Lewis, 22, son of Mrs. Gertrude
f Club; past president of the Lewis, Flagler Beach, re.celved
Funeral Today Flagler County Shrine Club; a the Good Conduct Medal I
I I member of the Bunnell Masonic uI March 0, while assigned to the
John O. Buckles, a member of Lodge No. 200; the York Rite 123th: Transportation Battalion,
one of the pioneer families of bodies; the Eastern Star, Amer. I near Karlsruhe Germany.
Flagler County died Tuesday' lean Legion; V. F. W; and the Specialist Lewis received the
evening at the Bunnell General Florida State Sheriffs Associa I award for exemplary conduct \I
Hospital following an Illness of efficiency and aol
tion.He Y fidelity as a ;
, two weeks duration. Is survived by his widow idler In active military service.A i
Mr. Buckles was born in Vo- Mable of Bunnell; 3 sisters, Mrs. II truck driver with his unit,
lusla County but had resided Bertie O'Brien Bunnell; Mrs. | ho entered the Army In December \
, almost all of his life In Flagler Ethel Grice and Mrs. Mertle I I 1001 and arrived overseas
County He was a retired farmer Grave both of Daytona Beach. { the following May
and was 84 years of age. Also surviving are two nieces
t Surviving are five daughters: who have made their home with I "ENJOY MAKING MUSIC"

r.. Mrs. Daisy Ruth Wadsworth. them Mrs. Diane Yelvington Former members of bands and
Jessup, Georgia; Mrs. Pauline and Miss Isabel Greene of Bun ,orchestras Why not dust off that
Noel Jacksonville; Mrs Hazel
nelL
old horn or fiddle and join the
Dillon Warwick 1L' I; Mrs. Funeral service will be heldat practice sessions of the St. Aug.
Frances Barker Smyrna. Georgia 3:30 Thursday from the First ititlne Symphony Orchestra
; Mrs. Johnnie Allen Bunnell. Baptist Church. The Rev, : I
pastor
t I IJ Tuesday evenings 7:30 to 900.:
Also surviving are five brothers:
T. &L Pinner will offllcate. In. Contact Dr, K. A. Reynolds, Mon
t. Luke Buckles Ft. Lauderdale; torment will follow at the farm days or Tuesdays Bunnell.

Clyde Buckles Bunnell. Raymond Ily lot In the Shady Rest Cemetery I phone 437-3X16 or Wednesdays, ,
Buckles Deland; Arthur
In
Holly Hill.
Thursdays, Fridays or Satur /
Buckles, Holly Hill; Clarence: Active pallbearers are Ace N I days Ormond Beach 672-0033. ,

Buckles, San Mateo. Drummond. Leroy Irwin, Johnny Home phone, Flagter Beach.
Sixteen children and
grand
Lynn Levi Brannam Donald 4392200.:
one great. grand child also survive. Moore and Dean Peterson. I

Honorary bearers are? Henry BtJlfNCLL TEAMSTO
Graveside funeral services will Wells, Tom Holden. T. K. )fc- FLAT SEVILLEI
be held at 10:30 Thursday morn. Knight Dean Holland George BASKETBALL TEAMS
Ing at the Espanola Cemetery.' I
Moody Walter Cody Fred Chambers Town women and men basket
Rev Howard R. Porter, Pastor of
and John Cannon.
ball teams will play teams from
the First Methodist Church ofBunnell I I I I
M MMMMM W M I Seville in the local Saturday .
II gym .
will omdate.
BAPTISTCHURCH !1I I night.
The body will rest at the Craig
Chapel. 201 East Moody until the NEWS II I The games are sponsored by
the Business and Professional I
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funeral hour. Craig Funeral Rev Tom Pinner of the First II I
Women's Club and the
Home of Bunnell Is In charge of. Baptist Church of Bunnell any proceeds }
[will be used for the Club Sclu|.
arrangements. t pounced his Sunday morningI I Delegate attending the F. E. A. Convention In Jack.

I sermon topic as "Why You:[aon vi lie are left to right: Daisy Moody, Supt. Coy Hnnii, i isrshlp fund.

Large albino fresh water Should Hear Sermons You Don't I IUU Wilda Hargett. Lois Hftrginbotham, and Jennie Newell.

shrimp some weighing as much | ." I Ii I Among those from Flagler County attending not shownin |I Is Early commemorated Florida sugar by the industry Sugar
and half live In The for the evening
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as a pound sermon
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the picture were Mr. and Mrs. James Craig and Bo |Mill Ruins Historic Memorial at
the crystal clear waters of Floe i service will be The Light of
ida's Silver Springs Cod." Manuel. (Photograph by Leonard Moody) New Smyrna Beach.'r '. .

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PAGE TWO THE FLAGLER TRIBUNE, BUNNELL, FLORIDA Thursday, :March. 25, 1965
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Florida Weather er the wind, the father inlandit "These figures cover ,record. ment station director, said "Ger- ST. THOMAS CHURCH
will occur. ed mortgages of $20,000 or less I'tie" proves that 'we can raise
(Eplae4tp.l)
During the day time, the on. as reported to the Home Loan,la good quality cow here in South Anderson Street
Getting WarmerDig shore breezes along ,the West Bank Board. The six Florida Florida." Rev. James S.. Coast produce showers inland along counties, plus Brevard, reported 1 "Gertie" is part of the experi 10:30 ..m. Church School I
out the bathing suits and the West Coast. At night, an additional loan volume of : ment stations dairy unit herd alas Sermon a.nu Morning Prayers and
bermuda shorts, the weather* is the off shore breezes along the I $150 ,million in' mortgages from located near Gainesville. Holy Communion let Sunday
getting warmer. f East Coast produce showers off. $20,000 to $35,000 through August i iI iI
0, Dr. John F. Gerber, assistant shore which may drift Inland in I last year." I ----f
climatologist at the Florida Ag the morning hours. I
... ricultural Experiment Station I
ANOTHER RECORD
said, "Central and South FlorIda '
may have experienced temp. Home Mortgage MILK PRODUCTIONAnother I rq tetqouI
eratures below 28 degrees for Florida Experiment

the last time. Seasonable warm Buys Show Drop Station Jersey cow has set a pro. I IL dee tjGWL
, weather should be the rule. Our duction record recently. b1=A
chances of having temperaturesbelow Home purchase mortgages re "Florida Noble Gertie," in a I ii ; .n" ...
28 degrees are one in ten." corded in Florida came to $937- 305 day period, gave 9,670 ,
"The reason we have had so 056,000 through August of last pounds of milk with 570 poundsof ti. 6tinq q0U4p'CtJOlptWtt
much unseasonable weather re year, an 8 per cent drop from butter fat. This far exceeds I
cently, was because of the wes 1963 compared with a slight the average of all U.S. dairy
terly winds which were dippingmore gain nationally, the Florida cows. i
South than normal," he I State Chamber of Commerce re "Gertie," a three year old,I] 1 --
added.Dr. .
ports. gave enough milk to supply 15
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Gerber explained a weather 'The'original lenders of these people for a year, consideringthat .... -:....__ Gttq)1tuq
phenomenon of the coasts of funds were Savings and Loan the average persons consumes StMe
Florida which, in some cases, Associations with' an eight. 250 quarts per year.A e
might make prognosticators of month volue of $403,757,000; Individuals .
quart of milk weighs approximately
some citizens. lie said the reason in the business of .
2.15 pounds.Dr.
for some of the rainfall along lending money, $145,327,000; J. R. Beckenbach, experi 437-3325 BUNNELL
the coast was because of commercial banks $150,919,000;
union of the south. Insurance -
a prevailing companies $23,220,000and ----
easterly wind and the onshore various government agen
breezes from the West Coast. cies $258,923,000. The last three
The heating of the peninsulaby types of lenders showed gains Insects ravaging your potato fields?
the sun causes the land mass over 1963.Separate.
to become warmer than the sea mortgage totals for
water and since warm air rises, the past two years are available
it Is'replaced by the moisture. for six counties in Florida. Lenders .
laden southeasterly wind. When in Orange County had an t'a' ".,.1II'
the West Coast on-shore breezes I eight-month total, of $52,078,000, '" '
meet the southeasterly, they rise a decided increase over 1963, '(t...1c
together. The cool expanding and Duval County lenders gained I .._
vapor forms water and rain is 2 per cent to reach $69,374,000. .
likely. This kind of rainfall occurs Broward totaled $92,254,000, .f d .
.. near the coast The exact down a fraction. Dade, with a
. location depends on how strong considerable drop, still totaled J
the winds are. The stronger the $145,794,000. Pinellas came to
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r' prevailing wind, the nearer the $65,972,000 and Volusla $27,342 .
coast the rain will be, the weak' 000, both down 7 per cent.


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Thursday, March 25, 1965 THE FLAGLER TRIBUNE, BUNNELL, FLORIDA PAGE THREE

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.Quill in. IIIuJa when they'll they get start light,blooming.broken shade'Otherwise :a
Here's the Du Pont
(By Hwrarf Sboopv) fade the the blooms.hot summer The same sun holds will right fungicideto

Gardening is like taking pic true for daylllles and other

tures-you can get overexposure flowering perennials. apply on Florida vegetables

during bright sunny weather. Gerberas, or transvaal daisies, ,

So !take it easy this spring are a good bet for colorful bou
and time your activities for quets-and they are easy to for disease control
success in both activities. '' grow. They are vigorous, deep- dependable ;
Early in the morning is best rooted and resistant to insects
for gardening, before picture and drought. The large, but 1
The Du Pont Vegetable Spray Guide below shows the right materials and
taking time. Of course, garden. I delicate, daisy-like flowers rangein you spray
Ing takes a bit longer than i color from white to cream, proper application rates for best disease control on major Florida vegetables. All '
yellow, orange and red have excellent
clicking at a gardening shutter. But chores, don'tshudder because -'I keeping qualities. Du Pont fungicides listed are fully registered. Each has a long record of success in a

helping Florida increase yields and raise profits. I
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the neighbors.The divisions from larger clumps of

easiest way to get in gerberas. Don't cover crowns Crep aid Oisnse .Mstertal! !. Rate. Wbes ad How Dn..t.Sprsy .
physical shape for gardening is when planting or plants will
TOMATOES
to make a few lazy inspection tend to rot when the rains lit.Blight MANIATE D 14l-2 lbs.per 100 lals. Stat whln plants ere ut In fields
trips around the yard. You'll come. tiny Blight {MANIATE and continue wiry 7,10 days.
also be conditioning the neigh. Triple the water on daylllies Grey tuf Spot PAIlZATtC '1Scl.rotinioise
bors so they will not crltdze while they're blooming. Not FERMAT 21Ds2 .per 100 gals As plants ere set end whln disuse
when trickles of salty perspiration only will you get more flowers, Botrytl'(Cray Mold) THYlA. 14! Ibs per 100 gals' thrlat.n.Spray way 3-5 da'L

slows youru work to a but plants will multiply faster. POTATOES

dawle. I Dreaded black spot disease of Late Blllht MANlATE DJ! 1.21Ds2 .perter. Wti.n plants ere 2 6 In,111,11.Spay
Early Blight MANIATE every 5.10 dayswh.n disuse ttvatens.PARUTE .
Inspect the azaleas. Make a i roses usualy shows up about C 1 .21b1. per 100 gals I
note of the ones that gave you this time. The best preventiveis I. l
the best blossoms. Praise the I weekly applications of chemi CElERY
cals. For chemicals recommend MANlAU D 121b1.. per 100 gets-' When plants are established 11\\the
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thrifty plants that are growing
lygh {MINUTE 'i.hUprl,weekly under ev.rateIAR11TE
with neglect. Criticize the aza'i ed for your area, contact your t C condltlOll.-wh.n seven tv.r,H days r
leas that look puny and county agent Early Blight THY\ATE 11 Ibl.per 100 gals- When plants .m.r e-eontlnw In tilt
hold a set of green leaves. I Lawns need water and some late Blight ''i.ld.Spr.y.v.ry 3 days,more often
pampering at this time. Light R"lzoctonla(pn celery_ II necessary
The latter plants should be applications of fertilizer every plant beds and fie )
discarded.. Often you can palm month during spring flush are Damping ''FEIlMAT[ 1 lb. each per 100 cals. In plant bed. Spray every 7 days.1ERLATE .
these second-rate plants off on better than a heavy root-killing Severe conditions every n days.

second-rate friends who are application two or three times BEANS
proud owners of a new first-rate a year. MANZATE 40 lb.per acre When sm.11.Spray every H daJl. \
house mortgage.It's The amount of plant food to (lust and.ulflll
a good time to trim apply depends on the soil and 90" I'dust'AWTt
hedges. Trimming while growthis C I .21b1. per 100 lals. When disease thrlll.n.Spray
the lawn grass. But in generalbe H .
still succulent results In better every days.Mttwacnose
as stingy with the fertilizer rAAZATt C 1 .21bs.per 100 Ills. When disease threatens.Spray
shaped plants with thicker as you would If you were scat. tv." H days.
growth. Remove enough old tering dimes on the lawn. (MA/VZATE/ D 1 114.2 IDs.per 100 1.1s. When dl..... tlluat.ns.Sprl r
wood In early flowering shrubsto Replant bare spots in the Downy Mildew {ITS every, 4-7 days i
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keep new shoots coming up i lawn by setting runners. They
from the ground. Pinch newgrowing will cover rapidly, if watered CUCURBIISAnthnas.s.
parts to make them often. Keep winter grasses Soon II plants, hllll to rllll Of.heII
MANZATE D
branch for that full-bodied look. Down Mildew (( m.21b..per 100 gait dl...... thr..I.n. Spray every
mowed closely to prevent formation IN'$pOI (MANUIE 7-10 days.Oth.r I
You can still plant gladiolifor
of seed and to allow
blooms 80 to 90 days hence. tsar Dlwsa(... PAWn C UH Ibl. per 100 gale; Scones punts appear above ground,
more light to the permanentgrasses. kept PowderJ Mildew) Spu way U days,IIndtr severe j
But If you plant now, Experiment Mow the grass often COIMbtlona.; "
Station Horticulturist R. D. to prevent weeds from taking '
Dickey says put them where over the lawn. rums \ I j'
( When disuse tAnatens." Spay .
every
Annuals .that can be plantednow Anthraaaee IMANlAn 1 .Dj'100 pis. 710 days.rregey. .
I Include aster, balsam, blue sot Awn C WIll"louse thr..t.Spay f'IIft'
MILLER lace-flower, celosia, cosmos, cro- 7.IO days.

ELECTRONICS talarta. cypress-vine, dahlia, WATERMELONS .
floss flower, globe amaranth, Downy...,..
1744 Oc-xm Short Bird. gourd, marigold, morning glory, AntlwlCllOll MAISzATE D ,Soon as to run.-or when
sunflower, tagetes tlthonla, and C.reospora Ledf Spot MANlAT 'H Ibs.pa 100 cals. disease threatens", Spray every 7.10
REPAIRS ON TVS wishbone flower. GuGu Stn 'AIlATI C days-severe eondrtans every J 5 days

WASHERSDRYERS For window boxes try alyssum

balsam, begonia, carnation, cu.I SWEET CORN
I phea, cupflower, double English ".ImInltlot ark MINUTED When 6 lochts tall. Spray every 7.10
Call CetUct C72-0377 I daisy, floss-flower, lobelia, rose leaf Slights" (AIlATI MAAZAT C nH III. per 100 gals 11I111.deyt disease Severe eondrbons present twice I week

ALL woo: GUABAMTIXJ moss nasturtium, phlox, verbena ,
or wish-bone flower. CABBAGE
Altlfnerla teal Spot 11 l s.per 100 lalS. A. plants ere sal and when disuse 1
D Apply 110 ((0150 C"L thr..I",.,Spay...,,.Severe
tMANlAT
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CONCENTRATION OF "NU GREEN" IN FOLIAGE SPRAYS "

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i CONCENTRATION OF "NU GREEN" FOR IRRIGATION AND TOP DRESSINGFrom r

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Gardening In Florida kept food in easy reach all win-

f (Bl 811fty Sharp) ter.Since Quantity Rights '
WE GIVE
plants can't push away METTS Reserved
Plants are like peopletheylose from the table as people should "
their shapeliness by over then assist them to reduce their ***
eating. waistline. TOP Prices Good

Most folks'have excuses why Training tender shoots to stay VALUE Thurs.&, Fri.;; Sat.,

they have bulged out of shape.don't in line Is like chastising a child, SUPER MARKET Mar. 25 26,127, 29
But plants can't talk. They
because it is easier to nip wild ***
have to. Look at the rain gauge STAMPS I
activities in the bud at an early 103 S. Railroad St.
that the wet- i
and you'll discover age than correcting them when Telephone 7-3201

they become hardened offend

ers. Therefore, you'll find it FLORIDA GRADE "A" WHOLE, HALF OR QUARTEREDFRYERSIb29'
CLASSIFIEDADS easier to pinch a bud than to
wait and use the pruning saw. 1

1 Some hedge plants, crazy
with growth, are putting on a
i, Listings under this heading are Beatle act. They are sending up
3 cents a word. each insertion. neck-like, swaying shoots then
75 cents Is the minimum charge setting a canopy of leaves that

FOR SALE 2 bedroom CBS are as scraggly as a Beetle's

house, Forsyth St. Bunnell. Ph. .wig.
437.3322 3.25.2tp i I
Prepare now to remove the
Small Meaty
J FOR SALE-9 foot commercial wig-like growth, since it is more
Lean and Lb.Q" .
freezer, two compartments, in than likely a spring fad that
SPARE RIBS Delicious) 49
good condition. 4373474.325ltp the will hedge.not add to the beauty of

Lawns with a dull green col- End CutPORK
COX'S .UPHOLSTERY, Bunnell,
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or will snap to life again with
bL
Fla. Hwy 11, will pick up and (Thrifty $400
I applications of water and fer
CHOPS Buy)
deliver all furniture free. For
I tilizer. Apply about 25 poundsof i ,
sample material and prices on
6.6.6 fertilizer per 1,000
labor call 437.3673.. 3.25.4tc
square feet of grass. Center RibPORK
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THREE BEDROOM HOUSE on Sprinkle the plant food evenlyover (Thrifty PlusQuality Lb.
highway 100 for sale. Lot 200 the lawn, then water in to CHOPS : ) 69'
by 110. Julius Powers. Phone prevent the grass from being
1 4373446. 3-25-3tc burned by the fertilizer.
Armour (All Meat)
Often you can bring the green
Sewing Machine Service Special back to winter-weary lawns with (8 Ct. Pkff. Lb.
Clean, Oil, and adjust. Regular I I two tablespoons of iron sulphate WIENERS Buns 18c) 49"
$3.95, Speclal$1.9S. Call 255.6733-
to each gallon of water applied
Atlas Sewing Center 228 Volusla
Ave., Daytona Beach, Fla. I I as a spray.Spring Fever Lyke's (Pure Smoked) ....(3) 1 Lb. Bags World's Best

3.254tc Spring bursting out all over GROUND BEEF 2 Ibs 89
ZIG ZAO SEWING MACHINE is a good sign for the gardener- SAUSAGE $100
unless it's discovered that the
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Monograms sews many designs
8 Ct. Buns 19c
Pkg. ,
without attachments $34.00 Cashor bark on a prized ornamental is
6 payments of $7.00 or as low rupturing. To the neophyte this

as $2.00 per week. EZ Terms. could be an omen of a strangenew Hershey's or Henderon Fabulous Blue Seal (Solid) 1
Call collect Day or Night 255- disease. r
6733, Daytona Beach. 3.25-4tc Jack Frost's havoc may not
OLEO :
SUGAR
show up until weeks or months FAR
FOR RENT-1 bedroom furnished after the chilling winds have

cottage house to couple or given way to tropical breezes.If 5 I
single person. Call 437-3304. you're not sure of an ail Bab' 38 Gt. Pkg. 10
March l8tf14foot Box 48
ment on your plants, it's alwaysa
Runabout, 35 horse- good Idea to check the symptoms (Or Your Choice)
with your local plant specialist Limit 1 with purchase of WiI.on' (Qtr.)
power motor and trailer, $225: 00 (Or Your Choice)
or county agent Or you $5.00 or more food order
Phone 439-2016, after 6 p.m.
Feb. 25-tf may send a plant specimen to Giant Size BUTTER
the Plant Pathology Department,
FOR SALE Ford half ton pick- Agricultural Experiment Station, E.erfre.h (Ole 20 0.)
Lb.
up. Coy Harris, 4373367. After University of Florida, Gaines TIDE 58 59
6 P.M. call 4373573. 11. .tt ville. BREAD

WANTED IRONING to do at my I lou'lalDTUlec of Limit ((1) of your choice Limit ((2)) Oleo or ((1)
home reasonable. Pick up t de It's possible to find some with purchase of 8.00 or Butter with purchase of
livery. Phone ID 73669. these vines that flower almost 5 Loaves $1 00 more food order $5.00 or more food order
10-24-tt any season of the year. But, if
your vine didn't put on a better I
SEPTIC TANK cleaning; drain show last season than the neigh
, fields Installed; snail shell. Reasonable bor's, perhaps you had too Bu.h'a (303 Can) FROZEN FOODSGarden -
I prices. Call George Ja- heavy a hand In the fertilizer Cans
I PEAS 4 66<5
roz ID 7.3110 8-1-U bag. Mrs. Smith's 16 Ox.
Bougalnvlllea are very sensitive .

T. prove CONSTIPATED raUN-KVAC conUlnlniPrunM. ? to nitrogen. Too much will Sunshine ((303)) Can. CREAM PIES Each 350
ftg A Bnn I. : give lush growth but flew flow. Collard Mustard Turnip
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8mo-o>th at. best and moat weIleI'I
Uxatlv. bur,,, to ers. Apply light application of Cans $00
MOODTS rnARMACT ''I fertilizer this spring to Insure GREENS 10 Farm Fresh Produce
for rn'rotif FTIEB 8A.UPU3! orUbUU blossoms next season.
40 for TN. Over 1.699.999 ,
old **CB '. Another method to force flow
1, erlng Is to cut some of the plant BAKERY ITEMS Fancy Sweet

JOHNSTON'SrLAGLER root known With*a J garden an Idiot spade stick---also Everfreth (6 Layers) / Round POTATOES: t. "". *Qsf
.. BEACH REALTY CO.I
J make three or four stabs Into JELLY CAKE 45C
LOTS, HOM1 OCEAN FRONT.{the ground around the plant
WATER FRONr. FARMS. Cello
about 21 Inches from the base. Hot Dog or Hamburger
ACREAGE
lice a* tot your real estate needsOffice This In about plant 9 torture cases out method of 10.works BUNS 8E: T* 19C CARROTS Pkt 8c
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2 Lbs. Lyke's Pure Smoked New (Like Diet ((2) Dozen Eggs
AMBULANCE Link Sausage DRINK) 0 pk Carton (Any Size)

PHONE VAlley 4 1625 Coupon Void After Coupon Void After Coupon Void After
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Equipped With Oxygen Resusitator and Inhalator With purchase of With Purchase of With Purchase of /r

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Garcia ,Funeral HomeP. Fryers CheeseCoupon Roast

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t, Br MELffS __ j
I Jones-Lerch idan and his wife is from Ken.

Engagement I;:.tucky.Rev. Hall will succeed Rev.
Announced '
i Atlee F. Stevens who resignedto
3 Mr. and Mrs. Leon Jones of accept a charge at Lake :
Korona announce the engage f.Mary. Prices Good Thursday, Friday, Saturday, QUANTITY RIGHTS
ment of their daughter, Jennie March 25, 26, 27, 1965 RESERVED
I May, to Richard Edwin Lerch,
THE BOOK NOOK
I son of Mr. and Mrs. Howard F.I
\ Lerch of Flagler Beach. SHANNON'S WAY I All Our Steaks Are Cut From U. S. Choice Grade Beef
j A double-ring ceremony Is be. written
ing planned for Saturday after. by Shannon's Joseph A. Cronin.Way was Cronin has I j Naturally Aged For Tenderness and FavorU.
noon, April 17, 1965, at 3 o'clockin written several books about
the afternoon at the First
the
medicine or pertaining to I
Methodist Church of Flagler I study of medicine. He was a S. GRADE "A" WESTERN BEEF U.S. CHOICE GRADE
Beach. doctor so that helps him in CHUCK RIB OR SIRLOIN .
All friends and relatives are

invited.FLAGLER BEACH I writing Shannon'on his medicine.Way very is interestingbooks about a I I! POT ROAST Lb. 49 STEAKS Lb. 89u. '

young doctor in London. She is :
BAPTIST CALL research project I U. S. CHOICE GRADE
working on a
REV. MAX HALL the of S. GRADE "A" WESTERN BEEF CHUCK FAMILY
which will reveal reason : I II ( )
Rev. Max Hall of Haines City an unknown disease caused by ROUND
has been called to serve as pastor .1 I[cattle. He is, not well of fin 1 BONE ROAST Lb. 59' STEAK Lb. 59
of the First Baptist Church i ancially so he works during the
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of Flagler Beach. He will be 1 day and at night he works withon
there to: fill the pulpit at the his research project. PALM RIVER WILSON'S CERTIFIED
eleven o'clock morning worship Also during the time! he is SLICEDBACON TENDER MADE-FULLY COOKED
service. working on this project he falls 3 Lb.
Rev. Hall with his wife| Betty, in love with a girl and they suf. HAM Can $289
will move into the Pastorium on fer many lonely moments before IL 53
Lambert street in the near fu they are happily together. To
NO BONE-NO WASTE
ture. find out about the result of his
Ht Is a graduate of Stetson,I I research come to the library and
University in DeLand and also!: check out the book. MAXWELL HOUSE
the Baptist Seminary in Louis.'''I I' Library Assistant, FOLGER'S OR DIXIE CRYSTAL U. S. No. 1 WHITEPOTATOES
ville, Ky. He is a native Flor I Johnny Seale. CHASE ,& SANBORN

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ATTENDS CUB BAKE. SALE SATURDAY

SCOUT POW WOW I The women of the Pentacostal .i

Those going from Bunnell and, Holiness Church will hold a
Flagler Beach to Holly 11111 Saturday .I' bake sale at ten o'clock Saturday 50
night to attend the Cub near the Bunnell Post Of.
Scout Pow Wow for scout leaders .I I fice.
were: Mr. and Mrs. Joe Ar; Is invited to with coupon & purchaseof
nold, Mrs. ,Joyce Patrick, Mrs.T. The public them in this projectJANET patronize (8)) 1 Ib. Cans R & W<

A. Jones and Bill Tidwell. LIVE LIKE A QUEEN-SAVE Coupon DOG Void FOOD After

The Pow Wow was held as a FRANCES FRASER MERCHANTS GREEN Sunday, March 28, 1965
training course for Cub scout
leaders. I Mr. and Mrs. Edgar Fraser of: -
Painters Hill are the parents of
ATTENDING DENTAL I a daughter born March 18 at the .
50 100 50
CLINIC IN ATLANTADr. Bunnell General Hospital. She
Allen Reynolds and his:I weighed six pounds 14 ounces
dental assistants Mrs. Betty I and has been named Janet *
with coupon & purchase with coupon & purchase with coupon & purchase
Miller of Flagler Beach and Mrs.I Frances. The paternal grandparents of % Gal. Foremost < )of ((1)) 3 lb. Tin Armour's< of ((1) 20 lb. Bag
Helen Carrigan of Ormond I I are Mr. and Mrs. Robert "FRENCH" ICE CREAM 1 \ Spiced Luncheon Meat CHARCOALCoupon
Beach plan.to attend a scientific I Fraser and the paternal great Void After ) ( Coupon Void After \ Coupon Void After /
dental clinic In Atlanta next I grandfather is Cecil Guy of Sunday, March 28, 1965 ) ( Sunday, March 28, 1965 ( Sunday, March 28, 1965 .
Sunday through Wednesday.The i Manchester, England.
... dental offices here and In I i i.
Ormond will be closed those
I Mr. and Mrs. James Taylor of
days. St. Augustine spent Sunday afternoon U. S. D. A. CHOICE BEEF SALE

Visiting with Mr. and Mrs.: here visiting with
Lillard White are Dr. and Mrs. friends. CHUCK ROAST lb. 49
Sam Haywood. Dr. Haywood Is
Beth Matherly of the 7A, Mrs.
a recent graduate of Palmer College
of Chiropractic, Davenport, Cannon's honor roll Grade carried, was in the left last off the issue *

South Iowa. lie Carolina.plans Sam to practice and Nlta in I of the Tribune, members of Round Bone ROAST lb. 59
the Bunnell High School office
will be here two months.

Mrs. L. L. Harris spent last I'said today.'USDA. CHUCK STEAK Ib. 59*

week in St. Augustine visiting Points Out j
with Mr. and Mrs. Phillip Whitley I
and her new grandson, Diet Needs of
Phillip Jr.Bunnell.
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Theatre I Overweight, Inadequate diets., PICNICS CUR D) lb. 3VLean 'CHOPS Ib. 59' ,, ,
of vitamin
and misuse
preparations "
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etary problems of older people Fresh Fla. D
No. 1 revealed in a new U.S. Depart PORK ;
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This report Is based on Interviews
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The interviews make up the Value 303 Can SHORTENING
first USDA survey focused!' on For
I diets of older people aged 63 CORN 2 290 BAKE RITE
years or older. Ten percent of
I the U.S. population is now In Red & White No. 2'/t Can 3 Ib 580
ILl A TE/OIUI/ LOVIJIG 6UTI this age group. PEACHESArmour for $boo Tin
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showed' that when
The
survey
Limit 1 with $5.00 or more food order
diets failed In any nutrient, they
were most likely to be short In StarTREET 12 oz. Can
P calcium and ascorbic acid.
Over a third of the households 390 Lipton's 48 ct. Pkg.

reported some use of vitamin. TEA BAGS Each 59c
I mineral preparations. Half of
households using such preparations MAXWELL HOUSE (All Grinds) DAIRY SPECIAL-
were consuming foods that
He' A Devoted Family already furnished ample nutri COFFEE Pillsbury 8 oz. Can
ManlMCLINTOCK! ents. "
BISCUITS 4' 350
About a third of the older pro- Ib
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pie Interviewed were overweight 1 Tin 580
FROZEN FOODS -
-more women than men. Most
Hit No. 2 of those overweight had nu. Limit 1 with 5.00 or more food order Blue Bird 6 oz. Can
Makes James Bond tritionally high-quality dIets-
Look Like A Sissy! but evidently ate too much food. ORANGE JUICE S for 'I00
Don't Miss Lex BaxterIn This points up a need to Impress FRESH PRODUCE
I older people' with the fact that Large JuicyORANGES

"Code 7 Victim 5" calorie with advancing requirements age, even decrease though D" 490 Pillsbury (Plain or Self RUIng)

the requirements for other nutrients .
SUNDAY & MONDAV'AlAJJA"PmY remain the same USDA Crisp PascalCELERY FLOUR
food economists said. For
: : The survey also provides Information Z 290 S Ib. 380

.. :. on the relationship Bag
Yellow
Cooking
between food selection and ,
*Tommy Kirk.. age Limit 1 with $5.00 or more food orderwII11JJflThI.JiJ
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I Income Tax Land Bank Board situation Indicates the need to I capable students, providing the sive research program which !

extend mechanical harvesting best possible education, and young scientists are developingnew

NotedAn Meet in Gainesville practices In the state. Also we placing graduates In the best and Improved programs for

Change I need to extend vegetable process jobs. Florida agriculture."

economist with the FlorIda Officers and members of the operations, presently the major. Dr. J. R. Beckenbach summedup

Agricultural Extension Service Farm Credit Board met in ity of our vegetables go for the by saying. "No where in the

In Gainesville says many Gainesville recently with university fresh market." world experimenting beenso O. F. ALOORDI

people are having to pay ad. officials to exchange information Dean M. A. Brooker of the Col. necessary as in Florida. Registered

ditional Income taxes for 1964 'and Ideas In regardto lege of Agriculture told the Through the experiment station, Real Estate

because the withholding rate the development of Florida group that their three main Florida agriculture has contin I Broker

was lowered to 14 percent, and agriculture.Their problems were recruitment of ued to grow. Ours is an aggres Bunnell Florida

they didn't make the necessary purpose, acording to D.

adjustments In exemptions. M. Dowell, Jr., president of the

Federal Land Bank of Columbia,

"Withholding Is only approxi S. C, and also chairman of the

mate, anyway. Figure your taxeson president's committee was, 'To

last year's tax table to see bring' university people and oth-
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what your actual savings are, ers in agriculture a brief studyof

says Economist Roger Hill. the services Farm Credit "

Hill points ,out that the new Banks render to farmers in providing 1 : 1A [,' ., i.; :

lowest rate In effect for 1964 Is overall credit. ..

16 percent and will be 14 per. The Farm Credit System provides v" "
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cent In 1965. long, intermediate and "

Other changes In the 1964 short term credit to farmers and 't ; 4

Revnue Act Includes and their marketing, purchasingand f. '.

New minimum standard de. service associations. Thru r' .<,/ .
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ductlons of primarilyto this system according to Dow '" .' "

lower income taxpayers. The ell, farmers and their cooperatives f.' p', 5, .

standard 10 percent up to a have available coordinated f
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maximum of $500 and $1,000 for facilities which provide a dependable L t'F'

single and married taxpayers Is source of credit at all i(

still In effect. For a married times on a sound basis. r. 4 1 t'i

person filing a separate return, Dr. E. T. Xork, Jr.. provost for r .> {

the new minimum is $100, plus agriculture at the Institute said,

$100 for each dependent. For a "The most pressing problem we i '

married person filing Jointly, face today Is labor. The labor ,.
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the new minimum is $200, plus f ;

$200 for each dependent.If 5
tially, you may be able to average
Income varies substanIN -
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your Income under a new

TUB CIRCUIT COURT OF provision. To determine If you

FLAftLKR rllANCKHY COUNTY NO., 6019 FLORIDAIN are eligible, take 1331/3 of your

MAZIE PELOTE Plaintiff 1960.63 overage Income and add k : Y 4R j f

VI.I $3,000 to this. If your 1964 Income -

I ROBERT PELOTEDefendant exceed this figure you are

IVOTICH TO IH<:FEND eligible. If you are eligible consult .
TUB lilT ATE OF FLORIDA TO: 4
ROBERT PELOTE an Income tax expert In
whose residence and figuring income
your tax.
post office address
are unknown.You Personal casualty and theft I5" f
are hereby notified that a ) 'U
cult has been filed against you In losses are no longer deductiblein .
f
the above entitled cause; and you full. The first $100 of each
are hereby required to file your an
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ewer with the Clerk of this Court casualty or theft Is not deduct. :.
and to serve a copy thereof upon ible.
This '
the plaintiff or plaintiff* attorney, regulation does not .
whore FRANK name O.and HOWATT address It: apply to business losses, they ., .

2400 Ponce de Leon Blvd. are fully deductible. '.
St. Auffuitlne/ Florida, Hill points out that there SSrAi
not later than April 6th, A. D. 19(5. are
If you fall to do *o, decree pro some changes In contributions
confeaio will be entered against '
1 you for the relief demanded In the allowed. In general, deductionsfor .. a ; "J';:
bill of complaint. The nature of contributions not exceed .,,.
aid suit being for divorce. may ,,.'. "
WITNESS my hand an seal of 20 percent of the adjusted : :
aid Court this 2nd day of MarchA. "
n. 1965. gross income. However, an ad. ,,
I (UlficlelClerk) E. A. Court litional 10 percent may be allowed "< : ;. :.. "....
of Bald Circuit '
Dy Julia R. Harvey If contributions were .:

March 4-11-18-25:=4to Deputy Clerk made to: (a) churches; (b) tax. I: '":. ''. ,,.

exempt educational organizations i .. <
IN Tim 'IRCUIT COUItT, 9EVKNTII -
JUDICIAL CIRCUIT. IN ; (c) hospitals; (d) organi \ '

ANn FOIL KI.AUI.Kll COUNTY. rations in medical research; (e)
FI.ORII1A. IN UIIANCKHY; NO.
nou government unit and some other -i

I WILLIE S. HARRISON.Plaintiff, types: of organizations.If \' : ;:

RICHARD bt"ANDERSON andCA.HOL.YN contributions exceed 30 per 1 : ,$ ,
"
"'
M. ANDERSON, his cent, they may be carried over > 1' \ '> :' :
( .
wife, 'f: } t .. -
five
Defendant years, if made to the or. ; jt ,

NOTICM OF PUIIMCATION ON ganizations mentioned above. {" -
RILL OF COMPLAINT; TO FORffi- \ .+.. ., .' ':
CI.01M MORTOAUH No carry over Is allowed for : .... ; .
; .7- .
IN FLORIDA THM NAMB OF TUB STATEOF contributions to private founda ;,+ .. ,: < { <" I\ .. '.
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TO: RICHARD M. ANDERSON tions. Gifts to Individuals are f .
and CAROLYN },.. ANDERSON, his
wife, whose residence 1* c/o Wllll not dedutible. You may deduct ... ,
r"
Hnyder, 103: 12th Avenue, Bllvl, five cents a mile for using your
Illinois. t
You Are hereby cited notified car in gratultlous services. ":
f'
admonished ordered, and requiredto
file your answer to the bill of It' : FOR HUH j, e
complaint filed herein against you Sealed bids' : will be received In x., '
In the above-entitled cause, In the the office Office of the Clerk of the Circuit City of Bunnell. Florida klnOI the
Court In and for Flagler Count, Civic Center Building, on or be.
"Florida, at his office In the fore 4:30 p.m. the 5th day of April
'- home In Hunnell. Florida on or A. D. 19(5. for furnishing the City
irri. before the 9th day of APril A. D. for a period of one year with the
19(5. and to serve a copy of such following: Jabez hit the
,:' answer upon David I U Black of Kerosene approximately 1,250 jackpotr
: Black. Cobb Cole and Crotty attorney gallon
\! for the Plaintiff herein, No. 2 diesel fuel, approximately .
4-/> whose adrei I* 501 North Grand 4.000 gallons, #"

*, I view. on Avenue.or before Daytona laid Beach.date a FlorIda re-- The above quantities to are be used ap- f for a free tankful of gasoline .
'v ", quired by the Law of Flolda and for \tion.Yor'b1d.r\ : and the City '
> the 1954 Florida Rule of CivilProcedure. Commissioners reserve the right. If
\ If you fall to do *o. they *o desire, to Increase or decrease .
tt\' .' % "d.cr.ro confeio will be entered thee quantltle All price Jabez claims nothing is perfect even Atlantic's Red Ball Dealer Service.
u' against you for the relief hall be firm for the duration of
/[ demanded In the complaint. said the contract period. He waited years for an Atlantic Red Ball dealer to forget something. Today, !
S "J;! cause being' In the nature of a The City Commissioners reserve I ,
*V : null to foreclose a mortgage given the right to reject any and all bid Jabez triumphantly complained that his windshield hadn't been cleaned I
t" to the' Plaintiff and recorded IniS'f and also to accept the bid that In
,.,,, Official Record flock 9 page 25* its judgment will be for the belt
:VJ A thereof, of the Public Records of Interest of the City of Bunnell. And Red Ball Dealer ServIce-exclusive with Atlantic-is so good -
rt ,: f Flagler County Florida upon the Florid
"& following .described property lying WITNF.S my hand and official that if the dealer ever forgets to clean your windshield, weather per- ,_- .
'.7.,,,.; and being In Flagler County, toT''f eat this Kth day of March. A. I).
: wlta 19S mitting, or offer to check your oil your gasoline purchase is free I
$ Lot Three (2). Block Seventyf" Shelton R Mayor
( rive (eU) In Venice Park Sub "W.e'irI
Cltr of
.)' dlvUlon. according to the ATTEST: So Jabez got his frea gasoline and proved his point: Atlantic's Red -, .
,!1 Amended Plat thereof recordedIn f
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i.. Nancy C. Rodgers, City Clerk
Flat Hook 2. page U, of the March 11-25-2to Ball Dealer Service is only about 99 99/100 perfect -r
Public Record of Flagler : .

County.I* hereby Florida.It ordered. that this Order But we're getting there. M,'.
and Notice hall b* publishedonce
e a week for four (4) consecu i lib' 3rlaolrr QJrtbunrUl'NNRLU :'.. ;; .
week In the Flagler Tribune r. .
A newspaper published In Bunnell.
; FLORIDA
Flagler County, Florida and having
:
a general circulation In Flag.ler j'
I County, Florida.W1TNK8S MRS. )(.D. FULLER Editor
my hand a* Clerk of .

the said Circuit Court In Flagler .......... .. .
County, and the seal of ** MP r fee all ,
\ said I o.ltr'-; Bunnell. FlaglerI Less AfvertUla .
Count Florida on the Urd day t .
S. ot F.bru.ry. A. D. uu.I tt
I ( e.I.1. A. SMYTH Clerk Knttred a* second eta** matter
i I nl the Circuit Court In and February (. 1911. at the poIIt- TN Atlantic Refining Comptry
\1 for Flagler County. Florida office at Bunnell, Florida under .
\ 1974 Ttaeyrand Avenue JackMnviH.Honda rz* _,
I.A.CK/COnn. OLIO AND CROTTY Act of March a. im + ..' 4 .' < .,
I D Y: 18/ Pavld I* Black ,. >
Attorney* for Plaintiff I "
501 North Orandvlew Avenue .....
Daytona Beach. Florida.March sli :.:... -.l.it<
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1 superintendents, board of public February of 1964, the ground. 1,200 TV sets lr\ use in class. : .T TIna COUNTY JUDO?!* COURT
TV II
Educational Instruction civic breaking ceremonies for Chan. thousands of adult view. 14 AND molt PLAnLKH (OI'N.
legislators, rooms TY. KIOIUOA. IM I'..onATt:.
I leaders, PTA groups and commercial nel 24 took place at the studio ers were following the broad. I CASH NO.

Available SoonIn TV broadcasters who site on West Oak Ridge Roadin casts at home, and many private IN KB: Estate of

enthusslastlcally endorsed educational Orlando. schools and Institutions also HARRY CUKOO. DeceasedNOTHK
OK rilOIIATK
Central FloridaThe donationof Competitive on-camera au. took of .
TV. With the advantage the ETV programs To All Persons Interested In the
ditions were conducted for two Estate of Paid Decedent.
additional air time TV classes presented daily.
story of Channel 24, educational I You are hereby notified that a.
television, has been were expanded from the two( weeks In the studios of WESH, The 1964.65 school year found written Instrument purporting to

written by many people. Each dally Spanish classes to five instructional Channel 2, and seven additional 118,000 pupils using the five ed aid.be the decedent lat will has and been testament admitted of
:
broadcasts. teachers were selected to Join to probate In this court You are
R one Is dedicated, and each is determined ucational television programs hereby commanded within six calendar .

I to bring the expanded the five original TV dally for a part of their Instruc month from the date of
Included
The additional broadcasts thus Instructors'l the first publication of this notice
completing a
educational advantages made two science tion. In November 1964 the to appear In this court and show
programson ly qualified talented, and ETV staff moved to the cause If any you can. why the
television to new :
possible through action of this :
WESH, Channel 2, and an instructional court In admitting.
The
Mid-Florida schools and homes. ed personnel. studio facilities in South Orlan aid will to probate should not
American History course on stand unrevoked.T. .
additional course offerings for
The story began in the early1960's WDBO, Channel 6. The number ; do Planning continued to get K. MCKNIGHT.
channel 24 included art music
the new station in poreation by County Judge, KUcUr
when a Ford Foundation of counties financially supportIng social studies reading Junior of 1965. County Florida,

grant made possible a surveyof the ETV effort increased spring First' publication March IS. 19 5.
humanities
high science current events
WMFE Channel 24 received March MO: April 1.6.16-Ito
_
ETV needs in this area. Asa from five to six, and the number and

result, five counties banded of pupils participating Increased dramatic kindergarten. In permission from the FCC to begin lr TIIH CIltriTIT tnt'HT OK
Another moment
ETV broadcasts for rUtH.IUt "'OtI.\TV,
daily ri.OIIIIIA
together to form the legal, non to 80,807 dally. In that the life of Channel 24 came IN tlfANrtCHY NO. 5003
schools March 15 1963. Chan.
on JOANNE HElD
corporation, Florida Central same the Florida legislature
profit year,
when the FCC assigned the call Plaintiff.
nel 24 will broadcast education.
East Coast Educational made ETV a legal part of .
letters WMFE-TV and authorized JOSKI'H
DAVID :
al television for adults nrcin.
I programs
Television, Inc. and the plan. the state plan of education. construction for Defendant.
a permit
.
each evening when funds eventually
of television NOTICE TO UKKKNII:
ning for in-school use Educational Facilities Laboratories the station. The letters stand become available for this DAVID J081<;1'1I UKIU

began through the com Inc. made of It 11th Avenue
a grant
for Mid-Florida Educational TV.
type of educational service to Newark ?. Nw Jersey
bined leadership of the area superintendents funds available in 1962 to develop By the close of the 1963-64 Tou are hereby notified that K
boards of public homes. suit has ben ftled against you In
a Southeastern Conferenceon year the acceptance of ETV was the above entitled cause; and you

instruction and civic leaders.A. Planning School Facilities for both widespread and far reach are hereby with lbuktoorlhr.o'o( answer ',- '

'F. Edmunds, who had con. Educational Television to be ing. More than 83,200 pupils in ii. and to serve A copy thereof upon

ducted the Ford Foundation ETV held in Orlando. This conference the plaintiff or plaintiffs attorney, '
623 schools (2,689 classrooms) RENEW YOUR whose name and address I I.: I

study was the unanimous selection attracted national leaders In throughoutMidFlorida were I DRIVER'S/ LICENSE 4. HAY 8KLDKVMaiden building '

of the area superintend education to Orlando. using educational television WRING YOUR Dayton lieach.: Florid, 1
director of Educational not later than April 4th A. D. 1118.
ents to serve as Application was made to the each day. In addition to the NQTH MONTH If you fall to do so, decree pro
Television for Central I I confeiso will b* entered against
of Health Educa
Department you for the relief I demanded In the
Florida. tion, and Welfare for a match. L bill of complaint The nature of
of educational aid suit being for dlvorc
The first phase
Ing grant to purchase broadcast WITNKP8 my hand and seal of
television development occurredIn 1.---- aid Court this 2nd day of March
equipment. The matching grant
24 HourWrecker
Chan A, II. 1365.
WFTV
196162. when was approved. Also aeronautic. Service (Orttclallerk B. A. dMYTIIR

nel 9, donated air time for two al studies were undertaken in Hy Julia of sold 1U Harvey Circuit Court

daily programs in conversation. with the helpof Deputy Clerk
the Orlando area, March 4.l1.1$44toY
al Spanish. This first ETV classroom the Federal Aviation Agency,

of the air began with 24,* to find a suitable location for Flagler Truck & Tractor Co TIIIJ. tlltdtlTM.Adl.KII t.lit'NTTf,('(KMIIIIIIA)IItT! Or.

000 elementary pupils learning the 964 foot TV tower for Chan. MASSEY.FERGUSON IN t HANI'KHV NO. WJ4
the first time. OUAOYH MUltltAY
Spanish for
nel 24.The I'Ulntlff
Grove Farm Industrial Equipment
In an attempt to secure a land for the building of WKNTWOUTli M. HURRAY

Channel 11 assignment for edu the station and tower were made VIRGIL DECKER Phone ID 73242 Defendant.

catlonal broadcasts, the television available by the Orange County Owner Bunnell, FloridaIsprwifestHitieltiareiiciftlNpast HTATM NOTIt OK TO' IIKKKNIITUB TOWKNTWOItTH !
I.U'L1it\
engineering data was al Board of Public Instruction. In -,
whose post oftlc and
so prepared In 1961, and presented I residence address are

to the Federal Communications n ______._.____.__ unknown.
You are that ft
Commission. After suit has been r..dn. against you I In
the abu entitled cause; and you
lengthy negotiations the requestfor are hereby required to file your an*
Channel 11 was denied by I answer with the Clerk of this ('Court
and tii serve' a ropy thereof upon
the FCC. Plans were then un the plaintiff or plaintiff* attorney,
who* name and address lei|
dertaken to develop Channel 'M MAUItK'M. WAdNMK

to serve the area with educational M w 144 Hurlelch Avenue
Holly Hill Florid,
broadcasts.The t't not later u April llth. A. D IKS.
school was If you (all'u do so, decree. proronfeeso
1962.63 year will .b* entered against
co-authored by county school you for the relief demanded In th-
J bill of complaint. The nature of
..a.Y .aid suit being; for dlvorre.
.. i1UUVUS' U. $s 4 F yF, WITNKHH my hand and ..*. of
aid Court this' Uth day of March

Community c\\!>>MfIU l"r>eal. $ K. A. KMYTHW!
Clerk of said C lrClI'our.: .
Memorial Churchlored.a.s.l.at.aal 121 N Ily Julia It. Harvey
I M' d I puty Clark
March lllt April1.w 5-/la

AIR CONDITIONED IN TIIH ('lIIf'I.T! tOlHT UK
KI.AUIKU: 401 NTT, p ri.llltl
Dayton Av*. IN ('IIANCMIV !NO. MISUIUI8
,
: r K JOIINMON

FLAGLER BEACH b J t 1 I'UlntlffAUAMINTIU'M.

Sunday School 10:00 A.J4. J)1iNMONtwrenlant

Church Service 11:00 A.M.R. NlrTH'''JIJ'O tirrMIIIITIIM

J' tai ,y+ HTATM KI/JHIMA. TOAltAMINTHA <
W. DICKERT. PatrKtKRYONB /, '. ., ara M JOHNdON
WKLCOMRnTirK 1 ..; r' O 20 Apartmentr I'aladln Avenue

New York. N. Y
You are hereby notified that *
: -TO Al'- suit has been filed against you In
% OK INTKNTION Of the above entitled raut, and you
KNAtTMKNT

.HI.V....:(.,u.roil.l.....:.4.:10'1"TY. f.t:1"U" c and to thereof
of carve a ropy upon
NOTICE: i$ HMtKiiY to CJ\tNI.\ A v f 1ffM'H the plaintiff or plaintiff* attorney,
the Intent to apply
Florida Loatalature whose nam and ad'lree let!
Nslon of the
for pa... '* of an act relating to HAMI'KI 110 N Ifhrd IIOM'II Strict

Flakier County i'alalka. Florida
Hoard of CountyCommissioners
Authorising 1 the to borrow : nol later April llh. A, f). till.
.vices il"t
th* professional If you 4o so, deere pro
rllfr reevaluatlon. program In confeeo will b>* entered against
one cum and repay It over a period bill for the relief demanded nib.
of three (It year* at a reasonable 1 t ( of complaint. The nature of
rat of Interest, .al Also authortilna; the Hoard of v trap, I; and soul of
Comlsloner* to levy a on* r P ib aid Court this Ind day of MarchOfTUUl'Val
rlla'r. Ml) additional ta> for a
parted of three (I) years providing t<< l) K. A. MMYTHMrierk
th* addltloaal '' from of said rireuit Court
uch levy to fbodu.Ali for a reurvey *- Ily Julia It. Harvey,
of all Clerk
or a r-valuatlon lputy
taiabl property In Flag t., County March .I1..n-.
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BOARD or COUNTY OOMMIHIONKIU *- i {
*, rUAULEU COUNTY. n IN TIIM 0'111T'o1'llr.. *K.V.WNTII .
JIIM4I4I. 4 Hit I'IT. INANII
FIX)ltI DAPly
O..rge K. WIc k II.... : KOII rl..6..tKI/ TY'',
.' .
ChairmanATTTMT KMlHIII4 5151 ht) MIX
NITA ""01'1: KVKIIKTT.
: Plaintiff,
II:. A. 8MYT1IC, secretaryMarch ....
U-lt* DAIJ.IM KOWAltfl KVKIIKTT.THH .
? IwfsndoaNTyrwn ..
IOU HT
14 TICK' < Ot NTT Jt IMlrT T" API51AK
14 Alt) roll riU(lLKM mONATKCAR ('0"1"TI' NTATH OK rt4)111IM. TOLLALI.IN .
FMtltlUA. IN KOWAICM tVtIUTI'1IO

IM ItK: NO.Estate of Free her from outdated UJmeaIM&tY drudgery, with a dame- { No.Mrs. .C, lios U. Mires III.Mallsbury. ,

IIAHRY ruRoa.TO rMKurTOH nx *":d.NonrK automatic electric dryer. Costs only about 5c per load-and I North Carolina I

All creditors of the estate of delivers laundry sunahina-freah and dry, rain or thine. Get on. /You divorce are hereby has it been.tlfU4 1114 thai against a suitor i

HARRY brbr no IA.T and. req 4cvae4..ire4 to ar BU* Save wear and tear on your belt girl. And send your dothea- you In the above enlllld .aue.. ,j
watch taeymay and you are hereby re<|i.lr.N| ti '
any claim* or demands pins to the mumim. fUtntlff* Alloraey.who 1
have agilnet ald eetat* In serve Mfton ,J
the offl" of the Judge of .A innovation In imputed, automatic flameUtt eUctHedrym ** Ham and address spear
See nmit
"l. *
Flagter Count, ;;: In th* hr*.n, your written d.f.ns. If
at appliance dtalrr an', I* IM ntll .f cmpUlnt In
rourthou** your
within raJead r'amonths froomthe said eult. on o, before the llth
dt of the *rst publication day of April 1141. ei.a de r-* pro
of till _UN. Each claim or demand { a fs*<, will b* entered a alat"wrrSKlW \
b la writing and most
must k
state the pUt of residence and My llan/l and Mal of .
poetomc* address of th. claimantnd a4 Court thish day *f March '
Matt b* sworn br the .. /). Itn..e".I. .
claimant hU agent. or lit* attorney.or 1 /., Mal| snail. HMTTIIMrurk
It will become vM accrdlBCMarch f. .f Court 1
to I.w. Ily Julia It. llrvriMputy
llth. IMS Clerk:
JOHN CUMO.Ki Yf U W4*worth ,
**.t.t f'f th* Kstat.* of _J f. u. Hoi i*<
HARRY CIX04J I******) .......11. rtortdaAltry
First publication on March 21th. for Plaintiff
13(1. 'to" .' POWEI & LI6NT COMPANY NCLPS Mill PVOII9A March 111111 A April I-41I *
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:, t PAGE TEN THE FLAGLER TRIBUNE, BUNNELL, FLORIDA Thursday, March 25, 1965
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1
I Milk also furnishes other minerals chocolate, broken in pieces
for
HeldSaturday
I Funeral Suggestions Books Are
and vitamins, high quality % cup sugar My DishBy

For Lenten MealsDo proteins, fats and sugars. 1 tall can evaporated milk Dorothy Homons
Children should drink 3 to 4 3 egg yolks, slightly beaten
you need some fresh ideas glasses of milk each day. Teenagers 2/3 cup flaked coconut Bull fights and cheese souffles
J. P. Stryker Sr. for peping up meals during need 1 quart or more, and 1 teaspoon vanilla have their moment of truth, and
adults of all should havea 1 baked "9" so has the Flagler Woman's
Lent? Fish, cheese, eggs-all ages pie crust or graham
; Judson Philip Stryker Sr. of these excellent protein foods can pint or more. cracker crust Club Library. Last week I
} Flagler Beach passed away be turned Into, fine lenten fare. If you don't enjoy drinking 1/3 cup chopped pecans counted all the books. Thereare
i Wednesday evening at the Bun. Serve your family a different milk plain, there are plenty of I % cup butter over three thousand. There

nell General Hospital following I Il dish such as crab, lobster, or fish other ways to incorporate it into Combine chocolate, sugar, but. ought to be In a place where
I
I of several months more people can reach
an illness fil dIet-In cheese products, them.
fish your
shrimp,
croquettes or I ter, and milk in saucepan. Cook
l duration. He had been receiving flavored beverages, casseroles -
for soups i and stir over medium heat until Th library was started and
fl treatment in the hospitals lets.Make a complete meal arounda fondues, and souffles, mixture is blended and just planned for the town by Mrs.

cancer. hearty chowderManhattanor sauces, creamed vegetables, hot I comes to a boil. Remove from Philip Kester.' She Inspired the
lie was a native of Toledo, New England styleservedwith breads, and desserts.If heat and gradually pour a Boy Scouts to put on a drive for
4i Ohio, and moved to Flagler a salad, crisp bread, and you are trying to lose small amount Into the egg yolks, books because this was a town
Beach about ten years 'ago from dessert. weight, don't make the mistakeof stirring constantly. Remove mixture library.
It Wakeman, Ohio. He was abridge Serve macaronni and cheese leaving milk out of your diet.It from pan. Add 1/3 cup of She. also convinced the town
:i tender with the State always 'a favorite, during lent. will give you valuable nutrients coconut and vanilla. Pour into commissioners that the library
Road Department, serving at Cheese can be used In so many for a very moderate number pie crust. Sprinkle with pecans had a right to a share of the
the Flagler Beach Intercoastal ways. For Instance, have you of calories. For example, a and rest of coconut. Bake at.350 recreational money because it
Waterway bridge. I tried cottage cheese pancakes? pint of whole milk or almost degrees for 30 minutes. supplied reading matter to the
'
: a quart of skim milk containsno town.. Meanwhile
lie is survived by his wife, They make a good luncheon I the Flagler
: main dish. And welsh rarebit, more calories than a 4-inch Woman's Club housed the 11-
of Beach daughter
a
Irene Flagler ;
Albatrosses become seasickas
:. served on toast, is both nourish. wedge of pie. as brary until the town would have
Mrs. Judith Newberry, Day. Skim milk, fluted or, dry, and any landlubber when they had a suitable
: Judson ing and tangy. For a real treat building for it.
tona Beach; two sons, buttermilk provide all the nu. I land aboard ships at sea, the
make a cheese souffle. ---
and Terence Stryker,
Stryker Jr. trients of whole milk except fat National Geographic says. They
I For different,
something really
his father
Beach
of
both, Robert Flagler B. Stryker;, Collins, serve eggwlches. To make, fill and vitamin A. Some skim milk I waddle clumlsly about deck, oft PETERSON TEXACO
has vitamin A added to it. en unable to take off over the
out rolls with mixtureof SERVICE
Ohio; a sister Mrs. Ruth Evans, seooped- a
gunwales because of cramPedspace. I
Columbus, Ohio; a brother, Rob. hard-cooked eggs, and spices, Sailors ROAD SERVICE
ert D. Stryker of Collins, Ohio. wrap in aluminum foil and Chocolate Pie albatrosses "gooney call," or the"goney larger," Light Mechanical Work
warm in the oven. Phone 437-3441
Bnnnell
Funeral services were held meaning dunce.
Deluxe
j. at three p. m. Saturday after. RecipeFrom .--- --
Need For Milk
noon from the First Baptist I
: Church of Flagler Beach. Form. Mrs. Sue Young, Brevard
er pastor Rev. Atlee Stevens, of. Never OutgrownYou I'I County home demonstrationagent CRAIG FUNERAL HOMEA.

ficiated. Interment followed at comes a delectable recipefor
the Bellevue Memorial Cemetery never outgrow your need that all-time favorite-chocolate H. CRAIG. Funeral Director

in Daytona Beach. for o milk. I pie. JOHN CAPO. AssociateAIR
Unless you have milk in some This particular pie has an intriguing .
'
I Pallbearers were Donald Nat. form each day, there's a danger title. It's called "The LADY OXYGEN
I wick, Charles Ruggles, Clinton you won't get enough calcium I'I Heck. With Calories ChocolatePie. CONDITIONEDCHAPEL I I EQUIPPED
Jones, Louis Ouellette, Ben Clay ATTENDANT
I I and perhaps rlboflavtn-two of When you read the ingredients AMBULANCES
: and Bob Scholz. the nutrients you need as long you'll see why.

as you live, say nutritionistswith I I THE HECK: WITH CALORIES Phone ID 7-3532
Farm Income the Florida Agricultural CHOCOLATE PIE I
I 201 E. MOODY BLVD. BUNNELL. FLORIDA
Extension Service. 1 Package German sweet

i In Florida Jumps .


i Agriculture in Florida today is
N growing at the fastest rate of
i any state In the nation, a Uni ".'1.i- ..

4 versity of Florida administrator CHEVELLE hy Chevrolet .
I ;: told a group of business executives


I, p Speaking recently.at the Minute Maid No other its size "

Conference in Orlando, Dr. E. T. car of offers more .
York, ,Jr., provost, Institute of

Food and Agricultural Sciences, ', "
said that agricultural income in 4 protective steel Inner fenders
Florida in 1964 was more than I ,\
$150,000 million above that of keyless locking doors curved side windows r ...
it. '
1963."For the first time in history, ,r, separate body and frame units a 9-step acrylic lacquer finish .' t<.f> \
'
I, our farm income will exceed $1 F a battery-saving Delcotron generator nUI'.and-dry'roeker panels ..t '" .
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state many competitive advant

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country, the provost pointed out.
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phase of agriculture would ex
pand during the next decade
except the number of people on.
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