The Flagler tribune
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Permanent Link: http://ufdc.ufl.edu/UF00079914/00276
 Material Information
Title: The Flagler tribune
Physical Description: Newspaper
Language: English
Publisher: s.n.
Place of Publication: Bunnell Fla
Creation Date: April 22, 1965
Publication Date: -1981
Frequency: weekly
Subjects / Keywords: Newspapers -- Bunnell (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Flagler County (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Genre: newspaper   ( marcgt )
newspaper   ( sobekcm )
Spatial Coverage: United States -- Florida -- Flagler -- Bunnell
Coordinates: 29.4675 x -81.256944 ( Place of Publication )
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
 Record Information
Source Institution: University of Florida
Holding Location: University of Florida
Rights Management: All rights reserved. Board of Trustees of the University of Florida
Resource Identifier: aleph - 001024369
oclc - 33425664
notis - AFA6237
lccn - sn 95047251
System ID: UF00079914:00276
 Related Items
Preceded by: St. Johns tribune
Succeeded by: Palm Coast news
Succeeded by: Flagler/Palm Coast news-tribune

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City of Bunnell MRS. CAULEY American Legion FLAGLER BEACH % I BeachTo J 1

HONOR AGENTMrs. I : Flagler j
Stella F. Cauley; of 501 Everlasting1Ceremony Celebrate

l. Wadsworth Palm St., Bunnell, has beep; ,
named Honor Agent for the first Held According to a legal notice In 40th
CIty Commissioners employedW. I quarter of 1965 by Liberty Na- this issue of The Tribune, the ; Anniversary

L. Wadsworth as city at. tional Life Insurance Company, The American Legion Post 115 City of Flagler Beach is askingfor I The City of Flagler Beach will,
held the "Post
torney succeeding H. T. Cook She Is an agent In the Daytona Everlasting I special legislation on a con. : In observance of Its 40th Anniversary .
Beach office.A as a memorial to their templated law removing certain of Incorporation, hold
who had resigned April 3 after ;
twenty-five years of service as luncheon honoring Mrs. Cau recently departed comrades, ;'I restrictions from property held Open House In the recently completed *
and the Homer Brooks and Harry Clegg by the City of Flagler Beach. Municipal Building and
ley Beach Distract
attorney to the City. Mr. Wads. at their Monday night meeting.'
worth said he would accept on personnel will be held In I The property is described as I Water Treatment Plant.
the same basis an fee as In the i j the near future, at which time,I Commander Cora Buckles was : "All Block 8 (eight) of Moody"1 The new municipal buildingIs .
past t'I she will be presented ,an engraved assisted in the ceremony by Post Subdivision according located on the first street
I I I plaque and a special gift Chaplin .Rev. Howard Porter, I Book 1, Page 24, of the public south of Highway 11 at the cor
They heard a representative ofthe I Steve Cyzycki, Leonard Moody, records of Flagler County." ner of Central Ave. It is on the

Dependent Life Coverage i I P.-T. A. To Discuss I i Floyd Hurl, Joe Slovak, and i The law would empower the site where the old recreation '
Insurance plan for the City Floyd Hurl, Joe Slovak Ernest 1 I city to use the property for any hall wai located. It Is of con

t workers. Voted to give him the I School I I Taylor, and Walter Morris. "proper municipal purpose, and crete block and brick trim and
authority to talk to the workers Integration repealing all laws in conflict" houses the city hall the municipal .
concerning the group plan. I Mr. Brooks served in the Sea. The property is the block located recreation facility and a
At Tuesday Meet I I bees In World War II. Mr. Clegg between Central Avenue j two-cell Jail.

Gene Holly of the County I "Flagler School IntegrationProgram" was In the Army in World War I. and AlA and bordered on the The water treatment plant Is
Health Department met with the I
north by Highway 11, and on the I located about half way between
board and offered to take water will be the subject of I I Department Commander Bill '
Flagler Beach and Bunnell on
samples which have to be sent the Bunnell Parent-Teacher Association Edwards of Daytona Beach was south by the municipal building.
Into the Health Department in I meeting Tuesday, April guest speaker for the meeting.: The property was deeded to the the south side of Highway 11.
Jacksonville each month. lie I i 27, at 8 o'clock. I I John J. Conroy of Ormond Beach, town to be developed as a park Open House will be on Sun. 1
only. day April 25: from 2 to 4 P.M. !
, said they would take samples This will be a panel type program i 5th District Commander.Elect, In both buildings. Hosts for the
. from schools and at the plant I with Superintendent Coy t|I also was present occasion will be the city com j j jmlssloners.

Also other places in town. G. Harris and Board Chairman I Commander Buckles a n.1 Spring Concert They will be assist |
I Harold Emery answering ques I nounced the selection of Carl
ed In serving by members of
The City is asking owners of
lions relative to the recently Benton Eisenbach, Jr., as theBoy's 'Tribute to Seniors'This ,the Flagler Woman's Club.Pre.ent .
lots, which are in need of clear /
adopted school intergratlon plan. State representative
Ing and underbrushlng, to clean commissioners arc
them This plan was required of the I Delegates to the Department Friday NightA Willie Harrison, Charlie Rockett,
up.Discussed School Board In order to comply Convention in Tampa In May George Wickllne, Floyd Collins,
with Federal Directives relativeto will be Commander Buckles and "Tribute to Seniors" will be
adding more spaceon I and Willis -McDowell. R. L. Me
Moody Boulevard Bus park. I' being able to continue to receive -. Walter Creal. the theme for the annual Spring Nab Is mayor.

Ing and loading zone. Chief of federal school funds. A nominating committee with Concert by the Bunnell High The City of Flagler Beach was ,
Police Edwin Pelllcer was ask to Election of officers will be M. B. Fuller, Steve Cyzycki, and School Band to be held this Fri. Incorporated on April 10, 1923. ,
day, April 23, 1965, at Flagler
make necessary arrangements,, completed and new officers will Andrew Zalewski was named. The election for incorporationwas
to eliminate the hazard on the be Installed for the year 196566.: Gymnasium. held on Tuesday, April 6,
Selections the In.
intersection of Moody and U. S.I The students of Bunnell High UndergroundPhone elude excerpts on from program Beethoven's 1925, in the headquarters of the j
Highway 1.Discussed. School will have prepared special Civic League, according to a
No 3 "Eroica"
Symphony ,
; music
the street paving I science exhibits which will Cableon news story canted In'The Flag
" highlights frond, "My Fair
plans; voted'to purchase 21 Inch be displayed Immediately after ler Tribune at that time. i
Lady" and of
; an arrangement
letters for "Bunnell" to be placedon I the program. The program will Florida George Moody was elected to
Turnpike well known songs from "The I
the west side of the City be kept contained so that there Sound of Music" the serve as the town's first mayor.
sung by
property; radio for the street Department will be ample time to view the Gov. Haydon Burns and J, director" Walter Morris. M. O. Sears was named as the 4 t
truck also the exhibits. Charles first town clerk. The I
purchase Gray, chairman of the During the concert, superior councilmen ,
of a new mowing''machine. This will be the last meet. Florida Turnpike Authority, officially medal winners of solo and enscmbles elected were L. O. l/pson, R.
ing this school year, according concluded negotiations will their W. Raulerson, H. W. Sessions,
perform numbers
Foster MemorialFolk to PTA President John A. Clegg, for the long lines department which they did In district a W. Parker, and D. D. Moody. }I
I and all parents are urged to of the American Telephone and I competition In March.As Named: as the town's first

Festival May 7 participate. Telegraph Co. to utilize the a finale and tribute, the marshal was Dr. A. H. GrovelEd
I I median strip of the Sunshine Seniors of the Band will be presented ( note: George Moody Is the
The Florida Folk Festival, one i List 10 Deaths in State Parkway for a distance of/ in their final concert ap' only member of the town's first
of the state's most ambitious 20) miles. perance with their traditional officials still. living. Ho still.
and colorful spring entertain. Flagler County The moat modem and up to rendering of Dixie. resides In Flagler Beach.)

ment programs, will be present date underground telephone The program begins promptlyat A news story In The Tribune ,
ed for the 13th consecutive year From Cancer in 64 cable will be buried beneath the I 8 p. m. and the public Is cor said "the election for Incorpora \
at the Stephen Foster Memorialon strip and will bring over 30,000 dlally Invited. lion was carried by a substantial
the Suwannee River at White Last year, January through new long distance telephone vote. George Moody Is the I II

Springs May 7-8-9, with more December, 100.&, there were 58 circuits Into Florida. Flagler Community pioneer of the Beach Town, he
than 1500 persons to perform deaths In Flagler County. These The Sunshine Parkway strip is Nursing Council I having lived at Flagler Beach
during the three-day period. deaths were attributed to 48 part of a new 1,630 mile cable many years He has been Identified
Participants will come from diseases and causes. route which will extend from Holds MeetingGene with the town's activities

all sections of Florida, from Of these 48 causes, cancer Miami to Boston and will provide Holly, sanitarian for the i since its Inception.
Georgia and several other states, took the lives of 10 citizens of a major expansion of long Flagler County and Putnam I "Other members of the new
according to Thelma B ltln. festival all ages. This represents more distance facilities throughout Counties Health Departments, officials have been In the town
director. Dozens.of Florida than 17 percent of total deathsfor the eastern portion of the coun was guest speaker at the meet for varying periods of time, but
cities, towns and communitieswill the year. try. The blast resistant system Ing of the Flagler Community all are familiar with Its needs .
be represented In one or These statistics were obtainedby which will parallel the Atlantic Nursing Council Thursday morn. and have given assurance they :
more of the seven programs during the Florida Division of the coast will coat an estimated ing. I will strive to make Flagler
the weekend. American Cancer Society from $190,000,000. Mr. Holly gave a report of his I Beach one of the best resort
Sponsors of the diversified provisional data recently' sup. Turnpike Authority Chairman work In Flagler County duringthe cities on the East Coast of Flor
event are the Stephen Foster piled by the Florida State Boardof J. Charles Gray today accepteda past year. The report show ida"

Folklore Guild the Florida Federations Health. check of $1,723,000: 'from Cordon ed 62 visits of Inspection of pub.

of'Music Clubs and the According to L. H. Peterson, S. Bill, southern area general lie water systems In the county, Movie ShoWn To
Stephen Foster Memorial Com executive vice president of the manager of A.TlT.'s long Including Bunnell, Flagler J l '

mission. The National Federation society's division in Tampa, lines dept., and 1. E. JUst, vice Beach Marineland, and state SC Club 1
of Music Clubs, through these vital statistics have notbeen preseldent and general manageer parks. Tuesday

the Florida Federation, takes an released to alarm people. of Southern Bill In Florida. This also included visits toM "An Enemy Within( Your
active Interest In the festival i Rather, they are presented to the _Work is scheduled to begin t'at1n2 and drinklnf establishments Home" is the title of a motion

Miss Boltln pointed out. public to make everyone more along the parkway during the In the county: taking picture shown Tuesday evening ,
Three programs will be presented I aware of cancer and do something -' spring of 19C6; and will be completed .of water samples out of the In. April 20, to the Flagler Senior I
Friday and Saturday, May about It. by fall. The cable will land Waterway In connection Citizens Club through the court.

7 and 8, at 10 a. nv, 1:30 p. m. Peterson pointed out that be burled about four feet deep with pollution which prevents esy of Lyman Gage of the Cast
and 7:30 p. m. The concluding many live could be saved from all along the route. Repeater taking shell flan from that bodyof Flagler Mosquito Control DUttrict .
program built around a religious cancer if precautionary measures j I equipment will be housed also water.. The report Included

theme, will be presented at 2 would be taken to guard I I underground about every two many of )Ir. Holly's duties with The film provided by the
p. m. Sunday afternoon May 9. oneself and family before it Is miles of the route. The first the health department and State'. Florida Board of Health called
t too late. These measures In. stretch of cable from Miami to! Board of Health. : attention to the need to prevent
BUNBELL THEATRE elude: Regular medical checkup Washington is expected to be I Mrs. Louise' Taylor, of the the breeding of mosquitoes' a*
CLOSING SATURDAY' by qualified physicians; also put Into service In the fall of Health Department and Home:I round the home by removing po-
recognition of I'mptom.lawh as 1967, I' Nursing Program, reported on initial breeding place such as
Mr. and Mrs. Tlllman Watson described In "Cancer's 7 Danger I on the nursing program from I.I discarded cans jars, auto tires
said this week they will be closing Signals pamphlets offered with A Cambodian tradition regards I November 1964 through March and other containers in which
the Bunnell Theatre with out cost by the American Cancer white teeth as bad luck. Many I 19GS.: there were seven admls-'t stagnant water can accumulate.

the show on Saturday evening. Sodety. Cambodians darken their teeth Ions; 269 home visits; five of.!I I| The dread yellow fever Is car
They have operated the thea Early detection and prompt I with betel nuts, or gold and gemJ!I[,flee patients; three discharges; i!fried i by infected mosquitoes, the
ire for the past year. I Continued To Page 8 I 1 I Inlays. and 20 patients now on hand. (Continued on page 8)

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t;>< 1f' palm which has grown under at the bud. Frequently cabbage I ing conditions it has experi

, Ground Space On TransplantingOf rugged environmental conditionsin palms are seen with broad and I enced.

the forest thrives after trans. of the trunk, I
Short Palm TreesNow narrow portions :
Running planting.One testifying to the variety of grow- I Subscribe to The Flogier Tribune

Is the ideal time to transplant I indication that a palm ---
Cemeteries .
" .r ... palms, says Tony Jensen, I has had a tough life is a clean .

,'*. Melvin T. Dixon, of the FlorIda assistant forester, Florida Agriculture i trunk without the old leaf bases, '

I Department of Veterans Af- I Extension Service. : Jensen says. Sometimes palms 24 HourWrecker

\ fairs, stated today that the Each year many thousands of I with roots showing above the Service VV

Federal Government's hallowed' cabbage or sabal palms-Flor- I ground are easier to move than
addition of providing burial I others. Such palms can be replanted
: removed
F r ida's state tree-are
f;: grounds for war veterans will from Florida forests and transplanted deeper for better support, Flagler Truck & Tractor Co.

I', have to be abandoned unless I around homes, buildIngs giving these roots a chance to
I '
. Congress acts to expand the.Na- and along new highways. begin to develop. MASSEY-FERGUSON

i tional Cemetery System. Frequently, says Jensen, people Palms growing on soil underlain Grove Farm Industrial Equipment
fr: v unfamiliar with palms erf- with hardpan at a depthof
Citing showing that Phone ID 7-3242
* a report amazement that such 2-3 feet often survive trans VIRGIL DECKER
i j., available space In national cemeteries press
Bunnell Florida
', large specimens can be moved planting better because the roots Owner ,
: Is quickly becoming exhausted -
curl up and stop growing when .
with so much success.
I and that distribution
"'.:. cemetery Dixon said sites, that Is Congressman antiquated, I trees However a large, unlike sabal other palm native will they Scuh a hit palm the, after hardpan the lateral layer. '' ...r...,......,r........1r.......!'.....,r..",.......,.....,:..,...,r.r........,....

survive transplanting better roots have been cut, can be FOR ALL HOURS-DAY OR NIGHT
s" John P. Saylor of Pennsylvania
t.. has Introduced a bill, calling than a smaller one. Usually a lifted off the hardpan without
undercutting. When transplant.
f. for establishment of an advisory AMBULANCE
ed in properly prepared soil, the
f board to reevaluate and re PHONE VAlley 4 1625
. agrees with Congressman Say. dormant root tips begin to grow.
design the entire Con. SERVICE
; program. : lor who said "National Cemeteries Unlike most tree roots, palm ST. AUGUSTINE. FLORIDA
Saylor blasted I
r' gressman not only offer a final op- roots will not heal and continueto
k Bureau's position of 1962
,: Budget burial portunity to reflect a citizenry's grow after cutting. Never be besltcmt about calling a Garcia Ambulance. We
which contended that
benefits as now paid by the Vet. gratitude toward those who Jensen says extreme care are always at your service with promptness safety cmdexperi.Dce.
served in defense of the country must be taken not to damagethe
> erans Administration and under .
but also stand as a monument bud when transplanting a
Social Security are "far prefer.
where future generationscan palm. Usually the four fronds
f f. able" to the Government's Inter. Equipped With Oxygen Resusitator and Inhalator
' pay their respect and at around the bud are removed or
t r ment facilities. I the same time dwell upon the tied up to prevent their whip. Garcia Funeral HomeP.

*T Dixon said that he encourages I courage and patriotic fevor that ping against the bud when the

-, veterans who are planning on must
.. Interment In national cemeteries America is to remain free and Unlike other trees, palms don't LADY ASSISTANT
r when they receive their last call, Independent. I grow in trunk diameter except I
I to make their feelings knownto
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. Listings under this heading are
f 3 cents a word, each insertion. i'I *.
.. ;. 75 cents is the minimum charge k'1 "

t'; FOR SALE 2 bedroom furnished '.

f home located on 3 lots 150 x 100 I :

feet on Stone St. Call 4373546. ,
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I, April 22.2tp I.i I.
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i WANTED-Young man 16.20 for

! counter and sales work. Must f

have transportation. Applyin II. (
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person after 4 p. m. Marine. \ .
: land Fruit Shop. No phone calls :1' '. 4.- ry'S Yq -
t1 please. 4-22-2tp T\

r' WANTED-Banty liens. 4392461. ? v a? it.w:

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WANTED-Acreage and lot list. .: :
,; ings in Flagler County Sun ">. 'I

I State Realty, Charles Trad Sales.

man, 745 Main Street, Daytona

Beach. Phone 2555242. 4.8.3tp xh.. Y

t FOR SALE-FIll dirt. Call 437.r .

: 3768, Raymond. 4.8.4tp
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Fla. Hwy. 11, will pick up and ,
deliver all furniture free. For \'

sample material and prices on _
labor call 4373673. April 22-tf
r 14-foot Runabout, 35 horsepower .

I motor and trailer, $225.00.

Phone 439-2016 after 6 p. m.
Feb. 25tfWANTED Lock Joint pipe manufaetu-rd by

r.. iNTCtrACC -Iinternational Pipe a
IRONING to do at my Concrete Ceramics Corporation East Orange
pipe .
''I N.J.-mowe through New York '
home, reasonable. Pick up & de.
Phone ID 73669. Harbor to the Borough of Drool!
livery. underground lifelines of civilization air outfall job.

SEPTIC TANK cleaning; drain CONCUTE PIPE carrie water to our cities and waste products:

,', fields Installed; snail shelL Reasonable away. It irrigates our arid lands drains our wet lands. It houses .
prices. Call George Ja ,.
roe ID 7-3410 8-1-tf communications: power and light cables. And even makes a handy, I ...; .

under-the-road walkway for children on their way. to school. ::.t ,. : .... -

t r Te p CONSTIPATED L'D'.1f Once buried, concrete pipe is seldom unearthed. Incredibly strong ,t "w* .
& PrunM. Flea A 8nn la '
Rr dmo-o-tnat. tort and moat natural and nearly indestructible: it serves on and on to give taxpayer "', }
f laxative. hurry top a "
MOODT-S PHARMACY and industrial user alike, a low amortized cost No wonder, then,' .' -4J.. '

y"; for generous FTUEB BAITPUB ort that America made and used an estimated 10V million tons of corn r ':
; 40.UbUta Over U90.0M .
oar,11a ''f "f.
aold eachJGHNBTON'3 .
t y crete pipe last year. '
Cement-the basic ingredient of concrete: -is produced in this

: community, and in eleven other plants in the U.S.A., by Lehigh
Portland Cement Company Whether used in takcn-for-granted concrete
i WATER FRONT, FARMS pipe, or in the many new architectural concepts of our time, -

r. ACREAGE cement is equally basic to a better life for us all. Lchigh Portland LEHIG .
f'' See us for your real estate needs *
Cement Company, Allen Pa. CEMENTS
" .? Office Phone HE 9-2242:
\ Residence Phones ID 7-3691

' or ID 7-3517 .


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PERSONALS WE GIVE ME T.T S Quantity Reserved Rights

TOP see 'l

VALUE SUPER MARKET I Thurs.Prices&, Mon.Fri.Good, Sat., I i!'

Ceilings-Strickland ROYAL NEIGHBORS STAMPS April 22,23, 24, 26 ;
MEET MONDAYThe Phone 437-3201 103 S. Railroad St.
Marriage AnnouncedOf i
Royal Neighbors of America .
cordial Interest to their
friends here Is the announcement will meet at the home of U. S. Choice (Flavor Aged, )
Mrs. Henry Wells Monday eve
of the marriage of Miss
nlng, April 26, at 7:30. Members .
Lila Strickland and Mr. David
Staurt Collings on April 15, 1965, are urged to attend. CHUCK ROASTIb45First

In Crawfordville, Florida. RECEIVES DEGREE :r

The marriage vows were exchanged Miss Polly Ann Forson, daughter .
In a simple and impressive *I,I i of Mr. and Mrs. J. C. Forson, CutPORK
ceremony at the Baptist graduates tonight (Thursday)
Church there. I from Florida State University

The bride Is1 the daughter' of I with a degree of Bachelor of CHOPS 31bs $100
Mr. and Mrs. Ralph Stricklandof I Science In Home Economics.
Crawfordvllle.The bridegroomIs
the son of Mrs. Margaret Col. WALTER KNIGHT
lings of Artesla Park, North AlA, RECOVERING AFTERA Lead Meaty (Fresh) (PORK ROAST)
and the late Clyde Colllngs. HERAT ATTACK
Following a honeymoon spent Word received this week from
at points on the Coast of Flor Walter Knight in St. incent Hos BOSTON BUTTS Ib 45

ida, they will return to Tallahassee pltal In Jacksonville reports his ,
where they will reside. recovering very satisfactorily
He suffered a heart attack
HUGHES-MEDDERS April 12 and Is receiving treat Flavor Aged (U. S. Choice) Ib Center Rib

ENGAGEMENTThe ment at the hospital. His room

engagement of Harrle number Is 267. CHUCK STEAK 59' PORK CHOPS Ib 69' ,

Medders to Welma Hughes has Mr. and Mrs. Lee Mercer visited \
been announced. Mrs. Hughes Is In Williston during the pas Aged (U. S. Choice) World's Beat :
formerly from Columbus, Ohio. weekend with their son in law FAMILY GROUND

Mr.Bunnell Medders High Is School.a graduate ,of and Utner.daughter Mr. and Mrs. Edd STEAKFlavor Ib 59 BEEF 2 lbs 89- j

Wedding plans will' be unannounced -
later. Miss Diana McKnight of Land.

over, Md., and Miss Julia Morris + GIANT SIZE FOOD KING
ENJOYS REUNION the Easter holidays here visit. LEO
EASTER SUNDAY ing with Diana's parents, Mr. CHEER COFFEE
and J. H. McKnlght Jr. '
Enjoying a family reunion
and buffet dinner Sunday at :
All Grinds
Capt. and Mrs. Charles Mc
the home of Mr. and Mrs. A. G. BOX.
Knight and sons, Ken and Ter '
Bradley included the following
Ttn 58-
ry, are visiting in South Carolina
members of they family: with Mrs. McKnlght'' par. Limit 1 with purchase of Limit 2 with purchase of
Mr. and Mrs. Kenneth Hoffman
ents. They will return here fora $5.00 or more food order. $5.00 or more food order.
and Auburn-
short visit before returning to OR YOUR CHOICE
dale; Mr. and Mrs. II. C. Cobb,
Fort Worth, Texas.
Bunnell; Mrs. Sue Byrum and I
daughter, Daytona Beach; Arline Ever Fresh ( 20 00. Loaf) 6 Os.
Knight and daughters,, Jonle and Guests of Mr. and Mrs. Andy
Ir Jar 68-
Yelvington last week was Ha! i
Kern and Mr. and Mrs. Herbert 5 loaves $100
Bradley and three children of Royster of New York City and t

Bunnell.Mr. Lakeland, Florida. His parents. Limit 1 01 your choIce '
from Lakeland Saturday
came over Ever Fresh ((6 Ct. pic.) CINNAMON with purchase 01 $5.00 or
and he returned there
and Mrs. Sammy May and Doro rood ordor
children, Sherrl and Jeff, of Rochester with them to spend a vacation
N. Y. are spending the before returning to New..York. pkw 25

Easter vacation at the Duane
Mr. and Mrs. Walter Morris
Deen apartment Flagler Beach.
were dinner guests of their son
I Reg. SizeBABO
re.1 in law and daughter, Mr. and
Mrs. Clara Westenhoffer has Farm \
Mrs. John Oils, in Orlando Sun Fresh Produce
turned to her home in Hams- *
burg, ra., after a visit here with day. 2 for 25-

Mrs. Flossie Richardson. (ICon eo page 6)) Golden Sweet f 1
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Those from Bunnell and Flag. Hi-C 46 CORN 8
oz. (Flavor) 4ge ;
ler Beach camping at Mill Dam Buying or building? Ears
Camp In the National Forest
during the past weekend Included DRINKS 3 for Xi0' Leg Western ;5
Mr. and Mrs. M. B. Mo CCT AH OPtH'tNDHOME

Daniel Mr. and and Mrs.Duke Robert McDanleL Cook and LOAN CANTALOUPES ,02,69c f

children John Janet and Mary. al Bush ((303 Can) !

Mr. and Mrs. Cf'OI'gefoody,
Jr., Gary Watson and Wayne SWEET PEAS 4 for 69" Fresh Crisp I :i

Owens. Also their guest Mrs" 1a
Minnie Rudd of Jacksonville. CELERY fOe
Stalk, ;
a - - -
Guests at the home of Mr. and >
/ t
Mrs.C.A. Rlddell on Easter Sun.
day were Joy Slsco of Jackson- FREE { FROZEN FOODS -
vile; Mr. and Mrs. C. O. Magee, FEDERAL
Flagler Beach; Mr. and Mrs. Roland )
Malo, and children of Or- PLASTIC MIXING BOWL Fro-Joy (Astt. Flavors)
mond Beach and Joy Been of : With Purchase of I

,Mississippi State University ) ((3) Duncan Hines ICE MILK % Cal. 49'

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AlA & N. 5th St., Flatter Beach 50 FREE 50 FREE 50 FREETOP

Phone 439-9221

AIROMAT1C AUTO AIR CONDITIONERBY With purchase of With purchase of With' purchase of
FR1GIDKING (2) Pan'Readjr Cut-Up Everfresh QL Jar Blue Plate

BUDGET TERMS Void After Coupon Void After Coupon Void After

CREDIT CARD SALES NO DOWN PAYMENT I.I Monday, April 26, 1965 Monday, April 26, 1965 Monday, April 26, 1965I

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Jonell Gurley of Meridian and Mrs. Lee Bourne, sr.//
Mississippi and John and children, Betty Lynn ,
Weksler were married March 20 Kathy and Lee, Jr., spent their !! Prices Good Thursday, Friday,'& Saturday QUANTITY RIGHTS
Brewton, Alabama.. Easter vacation In East Point, RESERVED
at April 22, 23, 24, 1965
Miss( Gurley is the daughterof Ga. where they 'attended the
Mr. and Mrs. Wayne Bean of wedding of Mrs. Bourne's niece,
Montgomery,, Alabama. Mr. Miss Jerrllyh Clark. They were WE SPECIALIZE IN TENDER JUICY MOUTHWATERING
accompanied by Mrs. Bourne'smother
Weskler is the son> of Mr. and
Mrs. Sydney Weksler of Flagler Mrs. F. H. League.
Beach. He Is stationed at Pensa- The groom, Willis Brackett, is
cola, Florida, and Is an Aviation
from Riverdale, Ga. which was ITS TIME. TO BAR-B-Q
Electrician, Second Class. S. CHOICE GRADE
the setting for fhe wedding.
They visited here over the Both Mr. and Mrs. Brackett are
weekend with his parents. teachers employed by the Clay STEAK SALE

ton County Board of Public In-

Flagler Beach PTA met Bournes and Mrs. Leaguewere
t last Tuesday evening and elect' guests of Mr,, and Mrs. R. (FULL CUT)
ed the following new officers for H. Clark, parents of the bride.

the ensuing year: President, Mrs. Clark is the daughter of Ib 89 it. 89 Ib 89
Mrs./Robert McDaniel; vice pres. Mrs. League and sister of Mrs.

ident, Mrs. Charles Meekins; secretary Bourne. Mr. Bourne,-Anne, Kathy
Mrs. Ted Hein; and treasurer and Lee spent,Friday afternoonand
Mrs. Donald Kaufman. The night in Gainesville, Ga.' SMALL TENDER MEATYVILSON'S CERTIFIED VAC PAC
also adopted the Books visiting with relatives. They returned
group ALL MEAT
for the Appalachian Area for a for the wedding which
project. was Saturday, April 17.MEN'S FRANKS Ib 49

The program ;was folk danc JUST RITE FOR BAR-B-Q-ING
ing presented by the fifth and CLUB TO HAVE

direction of Mrs. Leonard Moody.
The Flagler Beach Methodist CENTER RIB SLICED
Mrs. Moody's fifth grade, also
won the room count for the eve Men's Club is sponsoring a '
ning. home beginning made at sauer noon today kraut through dinner PORK CHOPS lb 69' BACON Ib 53'

Special guests besides W. E.
6 P.M. It will be at the church
Fennell, Jr., principal, were CoyG.
building on South Daytona Ave.
Harris, Supt. of Public Instruction .
and no tickets will be sold-donations -
Mrs. John C. Rice,
school board member and Rev.
Howard Porter, Methodist min. CHURCH
ister from Bunnell,who gave the
devotional. Church schools at 9:45 A.M. 1 Lb. lb
Installation will be May 4, and morning worship at 11 o' CanOR :59 S 5: B .39" with $5.00
the next :regular and last meet. clock with Rev."Reynold Hoover, I : order
of this school year. minister. The chapel choir will
sing "Were You There When
, BAKE SALE FOR MYF They Crucified My Lord." .
, The Methodist Youth Fellow Methodist Youth Fellowship Is 6J: INSTANT 591 5 p Blag 29with

ship will sponsor a bake sale at 6:30 each Sunday evening.Rev. .
at the post office this Saturday,
April 24, during the morning Limit 1 of your choice with $5.00 or Limit One Only With Your Purchasemore
hours. and Mrs. Reynold Hoover food order of $5 or $10 Food Order
had visiting with them this

After spending the winter past week their daughter, Mrs.
months here with her brother in Carson Balbach and children, 21/8 VALLEY BRAND SHURFINE EVAPORATED

law and sister, Mr. and Mrs. Julie and Stewart, from Warren, WHOLE PURPLE TALL CANS

Arthur Dockendorff Dockendorff, Mrs.Sarah and Sheehanhas Nancy Illinois. PLUMS 4 T $
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returned to her home In I Books Are My DishBy

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Light Mechanical Work One essay was about the
Phone 431.3<<1 Bunoell chaotic situation in Asia. It left .

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220 .yard run.'. Fair in Orlando and the Stet.' Check out the book and find out will feel as if you were stand-
SCHOOL 440 yard run' 1. son Planetarium in DeLand. 'I the conclusion of this thrilling ing on the decks of the Bounty. 1
660 yard run. However school officials do not story. Library Assistant
220 yard relay I feel that the school or teachers By Cotton May.
Buzzy McKnight.
Winners of these events will should be required to supervise I
NEWS5. receive a red ribbon for first 1 I recreational outing not considered MUNITY ON THE BOUNTYBy
I place and a blue ribbon for second I a part of the regular school 'I O. F. ALlfORD
Charles Nordhoff
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SOFTBALL place. Each individual of program due to the unnecessary Rtgutttred
the team winning the most responsibility placed upon teachers and Norman Hall
Real Estate Broker
All Softball players interested events will receive a first place in charge of these non. j
In playing on the Bunnell team ribbon. school activities: Munity on the Bounty one of BunnelL Florida
In the Holly Hill "Fast Pitch" the greatest sea stories, ever ..
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Thursday April 22, at the football The administrators of the CAME THROUGH novel about the famed munity Bunnell TheatreFri.
field.Players. Flagler County Schools agreed aboard the H.M.S. Bounty, the
,- that all future field trips taken I (By Edward V. Rickenbacker) and Sat. Open 6:45
unable to attend the
I' events leading Up to it, and the
.practice interested In playing I by school children should be.! The story takes place when I strange succession of events EDWARD G. ROBINSONin \
should contact Benton Clifton at of educational value and a Mr. Rickenbacker is given a special that followed.
4373262.. learning experience to supple- order by the Secretary of I|
ment the classroom instruction.Such War Stimson. The special order William Bllgh the captain of
ELEMENTARY TRACK MEET educational field trips was that Mr.' Rickenbacker was the Bounty Is'a cruel and heartless A BOY TEN
are sanctioned and encouragedby to inspect United States air com tryrant who has no regardfor
On Wednesday Thursday and the school officials and are bat groups. his men as human beings.
Friday of this week the girls planned with the educational Mr. Rickenbacker.had. been Ills rough and unfair treatmentof
and boys of grades four throughsix I value safety and welfare of the doing a good job for the U.S. the ship's company, FEET TALLFive
will participate in various I children involved as the primary Government so Mr. Stimson sent ly his proud lieutenant especial'j
types of track events. The following : concern. Some field trjps already Mr. Rickenbacker to the Pacific Christian, arouse a
events are scheduled: taken by classes have where the story really gets In. flirt aboard the small ship and Thousand Mile
50 yard dash. been made to the S&S Dairy teresting. The plane that Mr. the results are as explosive as of Incredible Adventure
75 yard dash. Bell Bakery Citizens Bank Ma- Rickenbacker was traveling in the story it self.
Standing broad jump. rineland of Florida Pops Con. was wrecked in the Pacific. The To find out exactly what hap- FAMILYENTERTAINMENT
Running broad Jump. cert at Peabody Auditorium In story goes on to tell of the or. pened that historic day come ;
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Anaplamosis Is Notice REQUKST I* hereby FOR given BIDS that the I I I- 0,,
Board of County Commissioner of j
7UDIV44 t1 Flagler County will receive sealed
Fatal To Cattle bid up to the Ird day of May A. D. '
1965. at the hour 9.00 clock I I
Continued from Page 3) A. M. In the office ooft Clerk of
, Just as irradiation helped the Circuit Court In the Flagler Call On Us

I eradicate the screw worm fly in Adam Blasszynskl of Philadelphia County;., Courthouse for the following I -

Florida, cattle growers are now arrived here last week to L. P. Gas for the Courthouse
Stockade and Jail for a period of ,
pinning their hopes on the radiation join his wife Jean who had one (1) year from the date of acceptance

technique again to curba spent the past several weeks The Board of bid.reserve-the right to I'I .

fatal, infectious, ricketsial- here. They are residing in their reject bated any and all bid*. .
at Bunnell. }Florida, this
like disease that causes over home on the corner of AndersonSt. 13th day of April. A. D. IMS.BOARD .

$3,000,000 damage yearly. and Howe Ave. OF COUNTY COMMIS- When < ',
This dreaded killer is knownas r
OEO E. WICKLINE, Chairman "'"

"Anaplasmosis." Surveys Visiting here last week with ATTEST SMYTHE. '0 7\--
K. A. Clerk "
have shown that over 30 per- her mother, Mrs. Ruth Smith, Board of County Commissioner \ "
in Florida of Flagler County, Florida .
cent of all adult
and brothers, the Shorty Smiths, April IS & 22-2to

are carriers of the disease. and Virgil Smiths, were Mr. IN TilE ClHCIflT 8EVKTH *

Although tests for detecting in- and Mrs. Frank Mattern and JUDICIAL pOUHT CIRCUIT, IN You Need <; ,
fected carrier cattle are avail AND FOR KLAGLKH COUNTY, X \ .
three children of Dayton, Ohio. FLORIDA CASH NO. BOM :
effective methods
able, practical CRYSTAL S.: MAYESplalntltt.
for preventing or treatingthe John Seay has returned home v.. "
disease less than ad- J.
after going to Chipley last weekto Defendant.

equate. his mother Mrs. NOTICE TO AIM'KAIl
According to Dr. G. T. Edds, Elizabeth Seay, to the Ochner WALTER J. MAYK3
1206 Main Street
doctor of veterinary medicineand Foundation Hospital in New Or- Kahway, New Jersey H.

I head of the veterinary science eans for surgery.Mr. suit You for are divorce hereby notified ha been that Died a GOODPrinting .; .

I department at the Agricultural against you In the above entitled :
cause and you are hereby required
I Experiment Station in and Mrs. Kenneth Hoffman I to serve upon Plaintiff Attorney,
Gainesville, "The infectious I and daughters, Marcia and hereon whose name your and written address defense appear If ..,

I blood is transmitted to susceptible Lisa, spent the past weekend in said to the Bill of Complaint In
I suit, on or before the Ird day
cattle by ticks, biting flies Espanola with Mrs. Hoffman's of May, 1965 else decree pro con-
f fesso will be entered against
and contaminated surgical parents, Mr. and Mrs. A. G. Brad- WITNESS my hand an seal you.of .
aid Court this 10tt day of March.
i equipment. ley. The Hoffmans are residingIn 1965. '
Auburndale. tsl? ) E. A. SMYTHE I '
As the red blood cells become Clerk of said Court
Infected by the agent, Increas- I By Julia R. Harvey
Nazhla Trad is In Miami vis Deputy ClerkW.
L. i
ing fragility of the cell causes Wadworth
iting with her son in law and P. O. Box 896
anemia. It is at this stage that Bunnell Florida
death can result in the weaker daughter, Mr. and Mrs. Jack Attorney for Plaintiff
April l.a.U.Zz-u.
cattle. The next stage is characterized : Milholland and children. ,
by rupture of the red i KLAULKH COUNTY FLORIDA ..
blood cell, thereby releasing the Mrs. Selma Patterson, 707 East IN rilANCKHY NO. B4UO
anaplasma infective units to Moody Blvd., had as her house Plaintiff

guests over the Easter holidaysher v.. OFFICE FORMS
other cells. The cycle then re LINDA SPELTA OARVIN

peats. Within 20 .days, without I son and daughter in law, NOTICE TO Defendant DEFEND

treatment, or when the numberof Mr. and Mrs. Claude Patterson THE STATE OF FLORIDA TO:
cells infected reaches 30 per daughter 3822 Moss Hose Drive

cent, the animal ,will die. Nancy, of Clclnattl, Ohio. They Nashville TennesseeYou
are hereby notified that a
also visited with Mr. and Mrs. suit ha* been filed against you In ,

Dr. Edds, working with Drs.C. George Moody, Jr. in Flagler the above entitled cause: and youare I
hereby required to file answer
F. Simpson, F. C. Neal, andF. Beach. with the Clerk of this Court,

II. White all of the experiment and to serve a copy thereof upon
the plaintiff or plaintiff* attorney, ;
station, have found that NOTICH OP INTENTION TO APPLY hose name and address Is: LETTER HEADS : '
irradiation with x-rays, or by I.Kfim.ATl OF IIM.1 FOR TIIKIM11AUM 121 South Rldgewood Avenue .
Cobalt 60 may be the answer. OF KLOCAL LEiN11.ATIONI Dayton Beach Florida .
not later than Mar Ird. A.D. 1115.
"We hope to produce an x-ir- TO WHOM IT MAY CONCERN: If you fall to do so. decree pro BUSINESS CARDSSTATEMENTS :
NOTICK IS HEREBY UIVENof confesso will be entered against ,
ciousness and death, can only be the Intention to apply to the you for the relief demanded In the 1,, ,
live vaccine that will give suf- Legislature of the State of Floridaat : bill of complaint. The nature of
Its regular session In the year aid milt being for divorce.
ficient protection to an animal I960/ for the passage of a special WITNESS my hand and seal of "
: or local bill or law, the substanceof aid Court this 10th day of March .
enabling cattle growers to pro- which contemplated law In an A. T). 1945.Olncl,1 .
duce cattle in Florida without act removing certain restriction ( Heal) E. A. SMYTHE .
I from held by the City of Clerk of said Circuit Court
anaplasmosis," Dr. Edds said. Flagler Reach\ .Florida as municipal By Julia R Harve BILL HEADS
> clerk
property and more particularly
They found that dosages of x- described as "All of lllock Eight April 1.-15.1Z-4tc

Irradiation than 60 kilo- (8) of Moody' Subdivision of the
greater iTIIH CIRCUIT roriiT. !EV-
City Itaach, I<
Flakier Florida according "
KVTII JuniciAi. nnct iv: RULED FORMS
rads or Cobalt irradiation great- to the plat of Moody' Subdivision AND Foil KLAULKIt ('Ol IT..JfTY.
l of the of
.n er than 75 kllorads are apparently Beach Florida, City recorded In Flagler Plat MM KI.OIUDA IN CIIA.VCKRY NO.
Hook I, fare 24. of the Public Records
necessary to sufficiently CITY OF FLAQLER BEACH a '
of Flagler "
County. Florida. TICKETS
municipal corporation existingunder and TAGSCIRCULARS
inactivate the infective agent. j and Impowerlnir the City of FlaK the law of the State of _
Animals who recover from ler Beach }Florida to use the above Florida, Flagler County Florida -
property for any proper ,
anaplasmosls become carriers of municipal public purpose: repealIng Plaintiff, ,
all laws In .
conflict herewith
; vs
the disease. It is estimated that and providing when this law shall Certain land upon which special
up to 30 percent of Florida's cat take efect. assessments are delinquent
Date: flll!, 19R5. within the municipality of .
tle carry anaplasmosis: l Sullivan Flagler Beach Florida,
Clerk. City of Flagler' Beach Defendant
disease, which is characterized
by high temperature, TN Tin NAME or TilE STATE ANNOUNCEMENTS
loss of appetite, constipation- Notice Is hereby given that the TO: MOODY COMPANY, FI.lrler
diarrhea fast Board of County Commissioner' of Iteaeh Florida
Flagler County, Florida will receive IIUTll M. BRANDT. Flagler I
ciousness and death, can oly be sealed bids until the Ird day Reach. FloridaALVJN
aI I of May. A.'kJ'A t5'Itt e hour of ; Pio :JSINNE. Fla..l.rnrmltA ,
accurately diagnosed by 9:00: n .I office of Hearh. r -
microscopic examination of the the Clerk of the Circuit Court In JEAN MISSINNE.
the Flagler County Courthouse for Flagler Beach Florida ., '
blood.A the following RONALD F. ftilftSINNE. nagl '

vaccine developed in Okla- Approximately LlJl? 25.000'F.11 board feet VICTORIA'r Beach. ANNE Florida MISSINNE. We Don't Do The MostPRINTING '

homa, was recently described at J" by.-. '" and 10", 1C feet long, Flagler Reach. Florida
sized two sides.Approximately. HVi LINDSAY Bushnell.
the annual Anaplamosis Con !: 25.000, feet Florida
ference at Beltvllle, Md. This' S" 6". 8" and 10\ 20 b'e-.rtd long, YOU ARK HEREBY REQUIRED :'" '
lied two sides. to Ala your answer or >
is a killed or inactivated vac ALSO: tenses to the Complaint herein '

cine and Is expected to be avail ."xp3" roughty1:, *,O'ii.16aand'JO with the Circuit. EMIL A.Court SMYT1IK.P.O, Box Clerk
able to consumers soon. However \ Hunnell. Florida, on or before the '

I long.Approximately: 10th day of May A. D.. 111$. and
it only g.ves' immunity ': board feet to serve a true copy thereef on
8' x 10" rough and to ft 2* before said' dAta upon CHARLES
lasting up to six months.On long. TINDKLL. plaintiffs attorn.,.. But We .Do Some of the Best :

the'other hand, an attenuated To be delivered to Flagler County whose address I* III Magnolia
Blockade when and as ordered. "n."nu.ht'lost Office Hot 17 t av-
or modified live vac The Hoard reserves the right to Florida, HEREIN
reject any and all FAIL NOT OR A DECREE PRO
cine, now being developed in Hated at Ir.I.JlorldA., this CONKKSSO WILL IIK KNTRRKD

Gainesville, would be expectedto nth BOARD day of OK April.COUNTY A, T). COMMT88IONKR8 1965. AOA1NST. YOU FOR SUCH .'AII.un.1. .- / e ;

give protection up to one yearor OP I"LAOLER COUN- WITNESS my hand
TY. .ORIDA n Flagler I andFlorida
longer. nEO, K. WICKUNB. Chairman this list day of )f :::: A D.On t!
K. A. SMYTHE. Clerk of the Circuit Court. Fl....
Subscribe for The Flagler Tribune Hoard of County Commissioners '*' Co"Florida
County Florida (Seal) By: Julia R Harvey
S154 Year In Advance An'1i.A 11-Ite April .U.U.U-4to Deputy Clerk Dial 437-3282 '

!iM.KMKvrti4" rni-NTr in'noirr '.
Notice Is hereby given that the Hoard of County Commissioner of '
Flagler County. Florida, will at the regular meeting to be held on I .**
Monday, May 3rd. IMS. at the Flagler County Courthouse hear complaints libt 1ITagltr( tfrtbunr .
or oblectlons to the adoption of a Supplemental General Fund I .
Budget for the Fiscal Period ending September 10, IMS, a* outlined c ':\' \
I : .
b'loT'taf DCNN1LL: FLORIDA .
Estimated Receipt and Balances of Original Budget 1104.111
IIS Racine Commission receipts--not anticipated to be paid
"' to School Hoard ....."...'..........". ......, ,, u.10.00000 MRS U a FULLER. Editor I ;
Cash. Balance brought forward In excess T amount estimated ;
r .............-.......-.... ...-.....?........__...:_...?...M__._.___.... 11.100.00 Deelgaated swvfs.a..r far all TheFlagler a- '

.... I TOTAL RECEIPTS and BALANCES .tUT.ltl.OO Legal AdvartlalBgEntered
Original Budget Expenditure ___ nOuII.Oo second
a* class
Additional Expenses. for Mapping of Flagler County _.._.,... lI.SftOAO<< February .. till, at the matter .
Additional Racing Fund to School Board .._._...,._..._ 10000.00 at Bunnell Florida under poetefflce ;
un.nuo Act of March 1. Ute Tribune

ATTEST. A. BMYTHE. Clerk April 11-lte


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Ginseng Root How to Properly -

Serves As An Care For SuitsThe 50

Oriental CureallA well dressed man gives
attention and care to keeping >with coupon & purchase* \
nice cup of ginseng tea Is his clothes looking sharp. Merchants of (8) 1 Ib cans Friskier I
just what the herb doctor or Miss, Elizabeth Dickenson, CAT FOOD Y I
ders as a spring tonic in the clothing specialist offers some Coupon Void After

Far East. suggestions to achieve that wellgrgomed Sunday, April 25, 1965 .
look. Give suits an occasional
Ginseng root is the great oriental airing out of doors.
cure-all. An ancient specialist Fresh air helps to put life back .
wrote that the herb into suits.
"quiets animal spirits, establishes Rotate the wearing of suits. 50
the soul, brightens the You'll discover that''a feW days'
eyes, allays fears, expels evil rest will help wrinkles to hangout
effluvia,benefits the understand. and the suit will not re 'with coupon & purchaseof
ing, invigorates the body, and quire pressing so often. (1) 48 Count pkg.
prolongs life." Wooden hangers are best for Upton's TEA BAGS
suits. Hang trousers by the LIVE LIKE A QUEEN-SAVE Coupon Void After
It was once believed that gin cuffs on pants hanger to discourage Sunday, April 25, 1965
seng tea, sipped on the death folds. Leave the coat MERCHANTS GREEN .
bed, would prolong life for exactly
unbuttoned. Don't hang suits -I
five days-time enough to
too dose together. Crowding
wind up earthly affairs. causes them to wrinkle. i
The dried root is In great de Don't stuff pockets if you wantto 50 IaI flhiI 50
mand in China, Japan, Korea, keep the ,fabric in shape.
Taiwan, Hong Kong, and South. ,Brush accumulated dirt out of
east Asia, the National Geographic I cuffs and pockets. with coupon & purchase* I with coupon & purchase* with coupon & purchase*
Society says. Ginsengroot i Keep suits In' good repair by >of 1 Qt. Armstrong "One* I of ((1) 2 tb 6 oz. Armour< >of 8 oz. can McCormick<
is processed into pills, powder sewing on loose buttons mend Step" FLOOR CLEANER< TURKEY ROAST BLACK PEPPER
tea, wine, and countless ,ing small tears and seam rips. Coupon Void After Coupon Void After Coupon Void After "'
tonics. Bottled with grain spirits, Tackle stains immediately. If Sunday, April 25, 1965 Sunday April 25, 1965 Sunday, April 25, 1965 '
it becomesvMElIxlr of Life, (X.
promoter you watt too long, you will have
of both health and mirth." difficulty.getting rid of stubborn
Root ReMlmblM Man stains. Send your suits to a
Ginseng's popularity stems .skilful dry cleaner, and point U. S. D. A. CHOICE BEEF SALE
from the old Chinese "doctrineof out stains and spots to him.
signatures." This theory holds This will help him ;do .a better ROAST ( Ib 79*

that ists a for specific every plant ailment.remedy The ex Job;of cleaning,, s OR RUMP & 'ROLLED) .

shape, color, taste, or other
characteristic of ,the plant indicates weer carrying half a million lb. *
its specific. The branch. pounds of the herb to China ROUND STEAK 89
ed ginseng root often looks like annually.
the figure of a man, and thus Ginseng grows sparsely in the
is good for whatever ails a hu rich, moist soil of hardwood for. ?
man. ests from Maine to Minnesota, RIB STEAK lb. 79
Roots that closely resemble southward to the mountains of
figures command premium prices Georgia and Arkansas. A perennial '
today, and once were literally the plant reaches from 8 11-
worth their weight in gold. A to 15 inches in height and bears
Chinese emperor paid $10,000for three five-leaved branches. Choice Juicy
Fresh Fla. Grade "Aft D" D
a single choice root. Though dried ginseng root ALL
The Chinese and Tatars tough may bring $21 a pound, gatherIng MEAT STEW Ib 69''
for control of the countryside it is no way to get rich FRYERS
where ginseng grew. One Tatar quick. Experienced "sang" collectors P
King reportedly built a wooden In Maryland, West Vir Meaty
palisade around an entire province ginia, and Ohio make only a
(CUT TO ORDE )29sp
to protect his supply of the few hundred dollars a year, because b RIBS Ih 49'
precious herb.Koreans I the herb Is scattered andIt
have cultivated gin. takes many roots to make a
seng for more than a thousand pound. I Our Value 303 Can
years and South Korea exports Attempts to cullvate ginseng
a substantial amount of culti in the United States have been TOMATOES lOc
vated ginseng. Connoisseurs, generally unsuccessful. EarlyIn Each CRISCO
however,'prefer the denser, more the century, a ginseng boom Van Camp1. 300 Can
fibrous wild roots. collapsed when a leaf disease

ern Wild Asia ginseng and grows North in America north., gardens.attacked hundreds of ginseng PORK & BEANS E hlpe 3 Tin' 680LJmU

and roots pulled from a hardwood Red & White EVAPORATED 1 with $5.00 or more food order
forest in West Virginia Tall $<*00
may end up in a Hong Kong RENEW YOUR MILK I 8
drug store next to the Tiger DR/YER S LICENSE ..I, cantMAXWELL Duncan Mines (All Flavors) 19 ox. pkg.

Indian Gather Ginseng I 81R1H MONTH
The Asian species (Panox gin HOUSE
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very similar. In 1679, a Jesuit Community

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ginseng. Samples were shippedto AIR CONDITIONED Pet Rita 20 01. size
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more than 20 tons of ginseng WKLCOMMfalnq
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Florida Historical Qa) eitit ; fit 'cloIaa machine across the lawn to get a plant food that Is high in inorganic tables, and cottage cheese, say
the feel of the operation before nitrogen. For slow, long- home economists with the Florida .
Meet SetThe (By limp Sharp) you get down to serious busi lasting, plant food use a fertilizer Agricultural Extension Serv
Society ness. Remember if you zig that contains some nitrogen ice.
Lawns at this time of the year where you should have zagged from an organic source. The total Freeze-dried foods may be .
annual meeting of the are like some ladles' hairdos- your mistakes will show up as "grow power" of a fertilizeris cooked or left uncooked. Thereis
Florida Historical Society will they have a wind-blown look. yellow and green,grass. listed .on the bag as the little spoilage, since few bacteria -
take place in St. Augustine April But remember, it is safer to amounts'of N-P-K. So, read the can live without moisture.
To this, take a sober
22-24, at the Hotel Ponce de grumble about scraggly lawns prevent label before you buy, I To restore to the original condition -
breath before
making each
Leon. than the wife's hair. '
Just add water. .
Don't carry this simile too far, swarth across the lawn. I Today there is a fertilizer for
Sponsored by the Saint Augus- or you'U have a tough problemin Also, adjust the machine to almost every purpose. Some Some freeze-dried foods, when
tine Historical Society, this the house rather than a turf I I apply only half as much fertilizer I mixtures claim to Include dog, re-hydrated, taste Just as good .
year's conference takes on a problem around the house. :. as recommended by your cat and insect repellants. The as before. '
.special significance as the celebrates Keeping a lawn well groomedis county agricultural agent, and I kind :you use is the kind that Although freeze drying Is '
city in the' United States and based on the principle of labor make two applications-one application you can afford. What gardeners rather expensive and yet In the
its 400th Historical anniversary Society, and capital. Most likely : going east and west, I can "afford is not always the developmental stage, small commercial ,
the Florida and another going north and common practice, because thereis
session to you'll measure the labor by the I operations all over the
scheduled the number of blistered palms need other going north arjd south. a temptation' to apply fancy country, now freeze-dry shrimp
conclde with St. Augustine'sQuadricentennial. ed to clear the winter debris, Smart gardeners save a few I l fertilizers if it is a1[ credit purchase and vegetables.
and the neighbor's March blown pounds of fertilizer for later use as opposed to plan N-P-K
.. The society's directors will leaves from the yard. -just in case they skip a blade I[ if it is a cash 'deal.To .
meet Thursday evening, April By removing the top coveringof I or two of grass. PROBLEM OF APPORTIONING
22, while the opening general I trash you'll get rid of Insect. The "whirly-blrd" type of fertilizer Things ComeIn The problem of reapportioning
session is scheduled for Friday, hiding and diseaseharboringplaces. ''II distributor is fine for the legislatures is not exclusively ,
April 23, at 10 a. m. Presidingwill A second raking Is a unselfish gardener. Using a pel The FutureJust American. Tokyo the world's
be Dr. Rembert W. Patrick, good Idea. It removes dog bones let-type plant food, this machine largest city, claims 11 percentof
research professor of history at stones and cast-off hardware can toss the shot-like material add water to a packageof ,Japan's population, but until
the University of Florida and a that makes deadly missiles i' 20 feet or more. Out in dried food and your meal is recently had less than 5-percent ,
'-vice president ,of the society. when launched by a whirring the middle of the lawn most ready! representation In the Japanese .
Frank D. Upchurch, president of mower blade. gardeners are happy to see the I Fantastic! Not at all. Tomor Diet. A revision In apportion.'ment
the Saint Augustine society, will Next, feed the everhungrygrass. pellets fly far and wide, but as row's housewife will benefit laws has raided the percentage
welcome the group. Unless you are an expert, they near their property line from such freeze-dried foods a-. to 7, the National Geographic -
1 t don't try broadcasting the plant there is a tendency to slow downto l scrambled eggs, steak vege says.
food by hand. Most likely you'll keep from slinging plant food
f MOVIE SHOWN, TO end up with zebra-striped grass Into the neighbor's yard. I'
SC CLUB TUESDAY, due to your skip and miss system So, keep a brisk pace when I HOME
of application.Even you are approaching your neigh 1 CRAIG FUNERAL
I Continued From Page 1 if you are forced to Join bor's property line or he will
picture pointed out, and only the economic craze of deficit financing think that you are slowing down A. H. CRAIG. Funeral Director
t, through the cooperation of the it is best to rent a fertilizer because of old age, or becauSeyou k JOHN,CAPO. Associate
general public can proper pre distributor from the man i are selfish. '
\. ventive measures be taken to who will sell you the fertilizeron The analysis of fertilizer to AIR LADY OXYGEN .
wipe out the danger of contract- credit. apply is always a problem. The CONDITIONEDCHAPEL' I I EQUIPPED'
I ing diseases carried by The distributor which puts out I kind of often depends on soil I ATTENDANT AMBULANCES
toes. 20,or so tiny bands of fertilizer type. Sandy, soils are hungry
Gage spoke on the mOSQul'l is Just fine for the powdery typeof I soils, and demand more fertilizer I Phone ID 7-3532
j However than richer loamy
the local Mosquito you'd best earth 201 E. MOODY BLVD. BUNNELL. FLORIDA ,
tract which was formed In 1952 I make a few tests pushes of the For faster greening power use t

and which currently Is financedby \ .
a 3% mill,property tax which ,b '
is matched with state funds. #
Slides were shown of drainage
work'that has been done within Zing into spring!
the county to eradicate; the mosquito
as a health hazard.
There were 38 members present w4
to hear Gage who was as Chevrolet Impala
sisted by John Cannon of the
Bunnell High School staff who
brought along and operated the I :
movie projector. The club's executive .
committee Is scheduled .', 'a,::,4\\:. ....... '..' T; /'. "' I

to meet next Tuesday, April 27, ,' r,'f. I
at the home of Rev" E., Lester \,
Stanton, Flagler Beach, when .
; summer programs will be 1\1
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proper treatment has saved _
thousands of lives, Peterson said.
Proof of this is found In more
than 1,300,000 Americans alive ,
today, cured of cancer, based on
'a five year period of no further ,. .
indications of the disease after ', mftt '4, '",, ,.', '' .

original diagnosis and treat .. CJUrrobi 7mj>a&s Super Sport ?OtlP;= ,.; ojholecd-aatd &co"'in lor'IS. t f

said throughout During many thousands the the state 1965,of Peterson Crusade society People' who buy other big expensive-looking cars .

volunteers will endeavor to

raise $1,200,000 cancer control so that programsof the so.clety's get One thing yOU WOn't (big expensive-looking payments) ,

scientific research and r
education, public and It looks like a big car. And is-by almost any expensive cars look so expensive. How about '
professional patient standard you want to apply. On ride? Chevrolet engineers took the Jet 0
services may be expandedand Width Nobody builds a car as much as one smooth one and smoothed it out even more -
intensified to help save inch wider. Length? It grew three inches this this year. Also made it more stable by: widen- t
more lives.Subscribe year. Roominess Every closed model's got ing the wheel stance. Price? That where ,i' .
three inches more shoulder room, front and Chevrolets fall way short of the other big \\ ..'
to The Hauler Tribune rear,and more leg and foot room up front too. expensive-looking cars. But we wouldn't have
S150 A TEARMILLER Luxury Nice little touches like the look of it any other way. Would you? %
mellow walnut across the Impala's instruOne last question: How soon can you make
ment panel. And big touches. Like the finea good spring buy on a Chevrolet! One last ...- _
ness of the same Body by Fisher workmanship answer:Just as soon as you can get down to. iflGH TMt' TO)UMKyour -
that makes some of America's most Chevrolet dealer's. nvm amour tutm'

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