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Title: The Flagler tribune
Physical Description: Newspaper
Language: English
Publisher: s.n.
s.n.
Place of Publication: Bunnell Fla
Creation Date: July 8, 1965
Publication Date: -1981
Frequency: weekly
regular
 Subjects
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 )
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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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Source Institution: University of Florida
Holding Location: University of Florida
Rights Management: All rights reserved. Board of Trustees of the University of Florida
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 Related Items
Preceded by: St. Johns tribune
Succeeded by: Palm Coast news
Succeeded by: Flagler/Palm Coast news-tribune

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VOLUME 53, NO. 27 BUNNELL, FLORIDA, THURSDAY, JULY 8, 1965 $2.50 A YEAR : I


Rev. Stuart Is OPEN HOUSE AT I County Board I I I MRS. CODY NAMED 1. Rev. Porter'sSermon- I

NEW METHODIST ION BULOW PARK

New Priest At PARSONAGE SUNDAY i Asks SRD to Kill I[ ADVISORY ,BOARD I Topic I\


"'..... St. Thomas All members and friends of Part of Road 302At Mrs. R. W. Cody, Sr., of Bun. Sunday Morning
1, I the First Methodist Church of nell, has been named to the Bu.1 I
Rev. Robert Stuart Is the new Bunnell are Invited to the Tuesday meeting of low Plantation Ruins Advisory
j. priest In charge of St. Thomas the Consecration Service attend.. the Board of County Commissioners Council, State Parker Director Rev. Howard R. Porter of the 'j I
I First Methodist Church of Bun
Episcopal Church of Bunnell.He of the new parsonage on it was agreed to ask the Bill Miller said. 1

Is also serving St. Paul's nolia Ave. Sunday afternoon I State Road Dept. to cancel pro. Her appointment was approved nell invites members and friends II.
to Sunday School and the 11
Episcopal Church In Federal from 4 to 6 o'clock. I posed construction of one mile at a recent meeting of the
o'clock worship hour Sunday 4' Point where he Is residing. I Open house also will be observed of secondary highway 302 from State Park Board In Naples. morning when he will preach I

during these hours, Sunday State Road 100 to secondaryroad Other members of the advisory
Rev. Stuart Is a native of on the topic "What A Way ToGo"
., Tampa, Florida, rcelvlng his I July 11.County. 305. council are Mrs. Charles E. : for his final sermon as

"I. high school education there. I Creal, chairman; Nicholas F. pastor of the Church.Dr. .
" from Gets The request came as a resultof Lessen, Jr., secretary; Mrs. Curtis .
After receiving his degree '
a requirement by the road I" Deen and John Clegg, all of Joe Tolle announced at
Florida State University In Tallahassee I
board for minimum 50-foot I
a Bunnell. the Church Quarterly Conference
I he was sponsored by Record AmountOf right of way for a portion of the Tuesday evening that Bishop

the Holy Comforter Church In I road to Intersect with 305. It I I James Henley had assigned Rev.

'.', Tallahassee to the Virginia', Racing FundsState was stated property owners Short Session Porter to the Methodist Church "

R .I Seminary In Alexandria, Va., along this stretch would not donate In Immokalte. The new be. j 1 1I
Comptroller Ray Green I I
: completing his work there last For School BoardThe
right of way, and the state tween conference assignments t
II May. He was ordained In Tallahassee : said today checks for $10,000 I
would not build on less than have been made in connection ,
mailed to each of the 67 county school board
June 22 by Rt. Rev. I were
Hamilton West,.Bishop of Flor I counties as their share of the a 50-foot right of way. a short session Tuesday for held'i I I with filling a vacancy in the

I i race track tax fund distribution.The Early construction of what is tine business., Jacksonville District caused by j

, ida.Rev. be I Comptroller reported each referred to as three "Haw I the death of Rev. Ernest Coffee. i
said there will
Stuart
I Board awarded to Hurst Office Rev. Richard Howe of the Im
has received a total of discussed.The [
county Creek Bridges" was
services here each Sunday morn- I I Machine Service of Palatka, the I mokalee Church has been trans.
$262,500 thus far this fiscal is about
year. State Road Dept.
Ing at St. Thomas at 11:15. Holy contract for maintenance of of. : ferred to the Jacksonville District
This Is a $28,500 Increase over ready to let contract on these.
t communion will be once each fiscal I jflco machines for the school Moving day has been set
the
month. He also said plans were previous ,year. for the fiscal
Gene Holly, health department system year. for July 15.

t" : made services to In begin September.Sunday school I Orlin B. Green sanitation board concerning officer, reported a two-year to the Voted not to participate in Dr. Joe Tolle announced that

\ Rev. Stuart Is married to the In the Florida Education Assn. Rev. Ed Snow, retired memberof

.' former Judy Bunting of Lake J Dies After ALong the study Intracoastal of alleged Waterway pollution submitting expense plan whereby the board II the Florida Methodist Con
contributed 25: Instructional j
Wales, Florida. They have two the cents per ference, will fill the vacancy at .

,,t children Robbie, two and a half, i Illness State Health a report Board.prepared It was by voted unit toward meetingcosts. I the local: church until new be ,(

and Rickie one year old. to request Mr. Holly's superiorof tween conference assignmentscan
Y Orlin Benjamin Green, 206 be worked out by the Bishop.
with of school board
the health board to meet The question ai
South Stone Street Bunnell, died Rev. Snow will be here July 15. I
.
Club Meets For the commission to try to determine member salaries was discussed.
Saturday, July 3, In the Jacksonville
follow why these waters In Supt. Coy Harris was authorized Although this Is a promotionfor j

Dinner and Games ing a long Navy Illness.Hospital Mr. Green adjoining counties have been to secure a copy of law relating Rev. Porter members of theChurch .\
approved and not Flagler. to these salaries. The membersare will regret to see him '
retired from the U. S. Army
i' The Flagler Senior Citizen was service. now,paid $100 per month. go but good wishes go with he ,'\
after thirty years o( Brown and Brown Insurance
j
r' held the second of its
Club i his t..
and to their
family newas*
, ._ three monthly meetings sched? Following1,his retirement he was! brokers, submitted 'complete Voted to employ another teacher .

uledfor the summer last Tuesday employed for some time by the. survey of county property and for Junior high school to relieve slgnment I

evening, July ,6, in 'Com. Civil Service. He was 62 years to be used as a guide In submitting overload now existing. Rev. Porter also stated all

munlty Hall at the Municipal of age. ; and awarding contractfor members' and friends of the

Bunildlng, Flagler Beach. There Mr. Green was born in Warren Insurance on county prop. Investigator For I I Church are Invited to the Con

r were 16 members present for N. Y., and resided In Bunnell erty. secratlon of the new parsonageon

dish and since 1951. He was active In Magnolia Avenue, Sunday
the covered supper: State Attorney'sOffice
agricultural
Howard Taylor, county
songfest which followed. After Masonic Circles being a 32nd I afternoon from 4 to 6 p. m.
here for 8 ,
agent years
i the I Degree Mason and a member of Open House will also be observed
I a short business session, remainder submitted his resignation to become Appointed
No. 200
Masonic
Bunnell Lodge
during the hours.
of the evening was .
effective October 1. The
I and a Past Patron of the Bun
=
spent playing games. nell Chapter No. 93 Order of board voted to accept Mr. Taylor I The State Attorney's office Is
r The Cluub voted to meet said sickness In his .
personal the
Eastern Star. He was a member happy to announce appointment LAKE NEOGAIS
July 20 at the beach for a picnic of the First Baptist Church family prompted his resigna of Raymond M. Cass, Jr., APPROVED
will be at
supper. this meeting of Bunnell. tlon. as the first fulltimo Clrcultwlde ..
:9:00 p. m. opposite the homeof I I FOR SWIMMING
Investigator for the State Attorney's
Mrs. Kay Swayze on S. R. He is survived by his wife Chairman Wickline remindedthe
I Jennie Green of Bunnell office, as authorized by From and
Mrs. a sanitary
AlA north of Flagler Beach. Incase board that It appears to him survey
of rain the supper will be and a brother; Cornelius Greenof i that the contractor failed to tie the 1965 legislature.We three sets of water samples

held indoors at the same hour New York State. in the Hope Cemetery Road are fortunate In being able taken from Lake Neoga the

In the clubroom. Graveside funeral service was with the newly built Kings to obtain a man of Mr. waters are considered safe for

held at 3:30 Monday afternoonat Road, and suggested that the Cuss educational background, bathing and swimming pur

BUNNELL THEATRE Hope Cemetery with Rev. board contact the State RoadDept. which includes, In addition to poses. During the dry weatherthe
Thomas Pinner of First Baptist bacteria count was lower
In the matter. a Bachelor of Arts Degree at
WILL RE-OPEN The Bunnell than after the rains
Church officiating. Stetson University, one year toward heavy re !
ON JULY 16 Masonic Lodge was In charge Agreed to transfer within the a Bachelor of Laws Degree cently. This higher bacteria

of the Masonic burial ceremony. Road and Bridge Fund to Drain. at the College of Law, count after rains appears to be

Rex McCasklll of Clearwater Funeral arrangements were age Item for payment for bulldozer Stetson University, St. Petersburg from surface water runoff con.

and Alton McCasklll of NewPort under the direction of Craig work at $10 an hour, and Florida.In taming animal wastes whkh

Rkhey have leased the Funeral Home of Bunnell. adopted motion to pay that rate are not considered as Injuriousto
Bunnell Theatre and plan to reopen for work up to June 1, IOCS, but addition to Investigating health as human waste

It Friday July 16 accordIng MONTHLY REFUNDOF $15 an hour after that date. matters for the State Attorneys Bathers should remember that
office his services will be
to an advertisement In this after heavy rains' the bacteria
issue of The Tribune. CIGARETTE TAX The annual report of Tax utilized as a legal research assistant count will be higher Sanitarian
Collector Dale B. Brown was presented In the of j
They are leasing the theatre preparation
Following are the amounts Gene Holly of the Flagl County
from the owner, IL A. Dale of being sent to the municipalities and approved. Also the. criminal cases for trial. Mt. Health. Department said today
Lake Butler. The McCaskllls 1965 assessment roll was pre.witted Harvey Alien will continue as
from the
plan to move here Inthe near of Flagler cigarette by Don Moore, tax assessor chief Investigator for the SlateAttorney's
,
tax fund by the state beverage and Dr. Reynolds
approved. office.MethodUt .
future. department, which collects the Completes

tax. The refunds are for the Com. Louis Stefllk reminded Course I
Certify Special:
FORD TIES LEAGUE month of May. the board that mapping the

LEADING CIRCUS BAR Bunnell $2.68122. county for revaluation would Three Lay Speaker Dr. Allen Reynolds has re*

Beverly Beach, m 11. soon be completed and said the Gently completed two advanced
The Bunnell Ford softball Flagler Beach. $1,012.60. board ought to start negotiatingwith Dr. Joe Tolle, district superintendent training courses In Daytona

team played Circus: Bar of Daytona Painters hill 1038. some firm to do the revalue of the DeLand Method Btaeh. One was a post graduate .

to an extra Inning 11.11 Martneland.. $83,42. ation. It was agreed to authorize Ut Churches conducted the first I course sponsored by the

tie game Friday night Bunnell Assessor Moore to writeto quarterly conference of the new I Volusla County Dental Society.
tied the In the eighth church year at the First Method
game
Calling TeenagersMrs. firms and secure forms of Conducting the course were
Inning on singles by Cotjon May tit Church of Bunnell Tuesday
j contracts and approximate cost Specialists of North Carolina
and Bill Hanna a triple by Annie Ruth Geller. drive of work. night I and dealing with Crown and
Benton Clifton and homeruns chairman for ALSAC said this The appointment of certified' Bridge and Operative Dentistry

by Jim Brown and Richard Yel week she would like to have all At the request of Steve Cyzyckl lay speaker for the churchae

vtngton. teenagers who would like to of Korona the board agreed to Dr. Allen Reynolds, Ray He tau also finished an advance

Tom Pinner pitched the vie participate In the Septemberdrive request the State Road Dept to Mercer and Andy Yelvington. I course by Dale Camelge

tory over the league leading for ALSAC to contact her paint centerline stripe on the In other business of the which was also held in Daytona

team and was assisted behindthe I In the very near future. J Old Dixie Highway from Intersection church new quotas for all departments I I Beach. The graduation was last

plate by catcher Jack Wetherington. .I'J Plans are now being set up with U. So 1 to south of the church were week. Dr. Reynolds to the local

1 for the drive by Mrs., Geller. I i county line. approved. I|I DentistI .





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PAGE '!TWO THE FLAGLER TRIBUNE, BUNNELL, FLORIDA Thursday, July 8, 1965


broke out their flags and fired urged the general public to turn Before the. operation began,
Early Fourths of salutes.A out .and break the politicians' CONSERVATION each field was cut down flat

captured Hessian band furnished monopoly on July 4. The cutting was followed by
July Set Pattern the music for the special BT : land, smoothing machine to
The partisan spirit had subsided
NEWS firm the soil. Stakes
dinner served at 3 m. In a were put
p. Tilmon W. Robinson
1826. The 50th anniversary
For PatriotismThe city tavern. Between elaborate by in on the grid method at 100-

toasts, a company of soldiers of the Declaration of "My fields I have leveled work foot intervals each way across

first July 4 celebration fired volleys. After the dinner, Independence was widely cele better than ever before, both for the field. Elevation readingswere
set a pattern that has made the I I the soldiers paraded. brated as a community affair drainage and irrigation," saysA. taken at each 4-foot stake
with parades and picnics. A remarkable
with and 2-foot vertical
Fourth glorious ever since. B. Johnston, cooperator a control
Taking a stroll that evening, but sad coincidenceon the Flagler Soil Conservation point was marked on each one.
Parades, fireworks, speeches,I I Adams "was surprised to find July 4, 1826, further helped District. He goes on to say: ."Be
band music, and general Jubll- the whole city lighting up knit together the young nation. fore they were leveled there were The readings were computedand
lation marked the early observ candles at the windows.I walked On that day both John Adams low and high areas all over the plotted on a land leveling

ance, the National Geographic most of the evening and 1 I and Thomas Jefferson died.SPaNOT'R7SES field that would either get too design sheet. The summation

Society says. think it was the most splendid wet (low areas) in rainy weather method of land leveling was
illumination I ever saw; a few used to determine the slope and
On July 8, 1776, a large crowdof or the high spots would not
In surly houses were dark, but the irrigate properly In dry weather.In cross-slope and the cut and fill
Philadelphians gathered
'
lights were very universal." of each station. Johnston hireda
Independence Square to listento other words, one way or the contractor to do the earth
John Nixon read the Decla The dark houses presumably
other, conditions were seldom moving.
ration of to royalists. Later In
Independence, adopted belonged ever just right for maximum
four days before. Nixon stoodon the evening, some of the, unlighted I Braves Ab R H production. I am firmly con This year he is using the

a platform that the American windows were broken i R. Thornton 4 1 1 vinced that the expense of doIng same method to level 120 acres.

Philosophical Society had by patriots. i Geller 4 2 3 a complete leveling job is
erected a few years earlier to Constitution ParadedIn Solomon 4 0 0I the
I money well spent, and that
observe the transit of Venus. 1788, Philadelphia again Manuel 3 1 1 cost will be returned many
Charles Biddle, of the famous celebrated the Fourth and also I I Smith 3 1 3 times over in Increased efficiency PETERSON. TEXACO
Biddies said of the recent ratification of the SERVICE
Philadelphia I 0 "
Pe1l1cer 3 0 and lower labor costs.
the first Fourth: "There were Constitution with a three-hour I Irwin 2 2 1 ROAD SERVICE

few respectable persons pres. parade. A carriage In the shapeof B. Dodgen 2 0 0 In .the past two years Johnston Light Mechanical Work
eagle carried the Constitution with technical assistance I
ent. an Jardln 2 0 2 Pbone 4373441 Bunnell
John Adams, however, was which was framed and R H from the Soil Conservation Service .5a es -
more enthusiastic. He wrote: fixed on a staff crowned witha 7 11 has leveled approximately
"Three cheers rended the wel liberty cap. The words 'The 200 acres of his cropland.For .

kin. The battalions paraded on People" were written; In gold several years Johnston MILLER
CariDala Ab R H
the Common and gave us the letters on the staff. had tried to get his land in
Harris 3 0 0
feu de Jol (salute), notwithstanding During the next 25 years Independence Simmons 2 3 2 shape by selecting the worst ELECTRONICS

the scarcity of powder.The Day was observedas Flood 3 1 1 areas to work on a little at a 1744 Ocean Shore Bird.
bells rang all day and almost a primarily partisan celebra time, but never doing a whole
Martell 4 0 1
all night" tion. The party In Power regularly field at once. Although this REPAIRS ON TV'S
3 1 1
JIlgglnbotham
: Congress Adjourned excluded its opponentsfrom helped, It was never completely WASHERSDRYERS
French 2 2 0Cauley
Next year, two days before the festivities. In 1880, two satisfactory.Last .
July 4, It occurred to the Con I I I Philadelphia school masters, 3 1 1 year he decided to go all
tinental Congress that something staunch Federalists, stalked out Dodgen 2 1 0 out, and asked SCS technicians Call Collect 672-0377
should be done about the of a Fourth of July exercise Shamley 1 2 0 assigned to the Flagler Soil 1
I I I when Insisted reading It H ALL WORK GUARANTEED
first anniversary of the Decla a pupil on Conservation District to stake
ration. Arrangements were the Declaration of Independ 11 6 out two 40-acre fields. 1-

quickly made to adjourn Congress I ence. That seditious documentwas
for the day, and hold a too closely associated with White Sox Ab It H

special dinner In Philadelphia.In I Thomas Jefferson, a Republican W. Thornton 3 1 2
a letter to his daughter, (Democrat). B. Geller 3 0 0 FOR EFFICIENT SERVICE COME TO :

John Adams described the festivities II Many citizens were reluctantto M. Robinson 3 0 0 BUDDY KNOX 66 SERVICE CENTEROn
: Bells rang all day, take part In Fourth of July T. Jones 2 0 0
there were bonfires In the ceremonies dominated by what D. Flood 2 0 1 AlA & N. 4th St., Flagler Beach

streets, and fireworks in the eve i inlng. one newspaper called "office B. 1110rn ton 1 0 1 Phone 439.9221
Warships In the. river seekers 'and demagogues.' 'It B. Robinson 1 l' 0
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C. Thomas 2 0 1 Goodyear Pre-Summer'TIre Sale

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Thursday, July 8, 1965 THE FLAGLER TRIBUNE, BUNNELL, FLORIDA PAGE THREE I
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Many Who LiveIn Some of the digger wasps had i
silvery hairs between the eyes (
in the region of their tiny
San-Dune Area Quantity Rights
brains. It Is conceivable that WE GIVE METTS
Have Heat ShieldsTo these may serve as efficient heat Reserved
reflectors." I II ***
TOP
the beach goer, hot sand I Prices Good
During the Intense heat of the
dunes seem lifeless. To the biologist Thurs., Fri., Sat.,
day the beetles, wasps and
are VALUE SUPER MARKET
however they a
spiders keep to small holes. Rab & Mon.
fascinating world teeming with
bits hide their young under 8 9 10 12
life. STAMPS July ,
pieces of rotting timber. Field
1965 .
Insects and myriad other crea- '
mice huddle beneath low lying Phone 437-3201 103 S. Railroad St.
tires Inhabit dunes despite surface
shrubs. Cold-blooded animals
heat that soars to 135 de. ,
grees the National Geographic such as lizards toads and. Azalea SMOKED (SLICED FREE)
snakes also seek out the shade.At

Society escape says.their Winged ovenlike animalscan world night the dunes come alive

by taking short, cooling flights. with an intensity that surprisedMr. PICNICS I Ib 35'
Other are specially adapted to Amos. Tiny pinpoints of
survive.In light In shimmering ice blue
the June issue of National clusters turned out to be the
Geographic, Delaware marine watchful of sand-colored
eyes U. S. D. A. CHOICE (FLAVOR AGED) j
tells
biologist William H. Amos spiders.
about his summer-long study of "Almost all the dune inhabi
the Cape Henlopen Dunes at tants are predators reports. '
the mouth of Delaware Bay. The fiercest are the larval ant Chuck ROAST Ib 49

"Protect!" Heat Shields" I lions or doodlebugs as they little are
known to children. These
The more I studied the
I
predators ambush their prey
dunes, the more Insects and, from conical pits they dig in the FIRST CUT Limit 4 Ibs. Please !
other creatures I found and the
sand. An insect trespasser that
more I noticed their protectiveheat tumbles Into the trap is imme
shields," Mr. Amos writes. I diately dragged beneath the Pork Ib 39U. i 1 1i i
Some creatures were so Chops
sand to be pierced by thedoodlebug'I
swathed In: light colored 'fur'that sickle-chaped Jaws,
they looked like miniature then consumed.The .
Eskimos in hooded parkas.
microscope is necessary to
Flies wasps, beetles and spiders reveal the tiniest animals of the S. D. A. Choice U. S. D. A. Choice tb
all wore furry coverings, al. dunes. Micro-organlsms of Infinite FAMILY

magnifying though often glass it took to detect a powerful them. dune ponds.variety swim Another about whole in STEAK Ib 59' CHUCK STEAK 59-

world of mlroscoplc creatures
World's BestGROUND Slab (SMOKED)
swim within the dunes among

JoMarWell grains moisture.of sand saturated with BEEF 2 -89' BACON Ib 55'

New Lift Percolates Downward

Drilling Mr. Amos wondered how this

microscopic world sustained Itself Blue Seal (Solid) New Blue WiI.on' Shortening
2-inch to 12-inch Wells so deep beneath the hot
Pump Service hills of sand. He took dry surface ,
CHEER
sand and cultured It In OLE BAKERITEIb
Phone 439-2413 the laboratory under sterile con

ditions."What I had collected was not 9- Giant 49- 3 tb 49-
just sand" he said "for burst. Size Tin
Ing from their protective spores
Ali KIM t di tK tt
were countless bacterial and
one-celled animals identical Limit (2)) with purchase Limit (1)) with purchase Limit ((1)) with purchaseof
4 with those I had found far be. $5.00 or more food of $5.00 or more food of $5.00 or more food
neath the surface. Apparently, order order order
with every rainfall vast numbers

of wind-borne spores and 3 0=. (Astt. Flavors) FROZEN FOODS '
cysts were percolating down.
ward through the sand into the '
\ JELLO fOe Mr. "C"FRENCH
;
uri taea tsatwo subsurface world." Boa

Dunes are not only a haven (Umlt (4)) Pleas.) FRIES 39 Ccat.
for highly specialized forms of D ,
life; they are themselves alive Sunlite ((303 Can)
and moving. Born of the eroding scald Sweet ((6 oz.)
coast driven by the prevailingwind TOMATOES 8 canIOO '
j dunes often creep inlandat ORANGE JUICE 6 for 1 I
a rate of five to 14 feet a
at, year. As they stream on their Sun Ripen
plant and animal populationsshift BAKERY ITEMS
from those of the seashoreto PINEAPPLE 4..nl00Hood
those of the desert. Erer.fre.h (Guaranteed Fresh) II I

"Yet dunes eventually die" I "33"BLEACH
POUND CAKE
Mr. Amos says. "It is the orderof Ea. Zge ,
I nature that the gradual
330
spread of vegetation will slow % Ever.frah (Big 20 01.)
them stablize them, and finally
absorb them." Topp Canned (Auk Flavors) 12 ,oz. BREAD 4 for 8Se

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MORNINGThe The Arts and Crafts class will
Flagler Woman's Club be held Monday, July 12, at the
meeting will be In the club. Sun and Sea Manor beginningat PRICES GOOD THURS., FRI., SAT., QUANTITY RIGHTS
house Wednesday morning at 12:30 P.M. Everyone who JULY 8, 9, 10, 1965 RESERVEDFLA.
9:30, Publicity Chairman Flos previously attended Is urged to
sie Haines said today. attend this meeting and are reminded
The president, Miss Emily that dues are not due GRADE "A" D & D WESTERN CORN FED
Gage, Is asking members to until next January. WHOLE PORK
bring a favorite recipe for the
general federation! cookbook Friends of Miss Jackie Robin. '
FRYERS Ib 29CHOPS EA. 10-
which is now In the making.The son will be happy 'to know that
program chairman, Mrs. she recuperated successfully
Jasper White, said a special from her tonsilectomy operation Limit 3 Please
program will be given at ,the and is now on a vacation trip. U. S. CHOICE GRADE BEEF
Wednesday morning meeting. She and her sister, Joyce, are U. S. CHOICE GRADE BEEF
Members are urged to attend. accompanying Mr. and Mrs. POT FULL CUT ROUND (Boneless)
Depuy and their three children,
Visiting in the home of Mr. Elizabeth, Johnny and Tony, ROAST tt 39'- STEAK Ib 99'
and Mrs. W.. H. Thompson, Flag. from Chicago on a trip to Cypress
ler Beach, were Miss Irene Fox, Gardens, Tampa, St. Petersburg .
Miss Betty Garland and Mr.'and and Miami. i
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Mrs. K. E. Mills of Ft. MILK
South Carolina. Books Are My DishBy i CHUCK ALL MEAT

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W. H. Thompson were Mr. and I On Wednesday, July 14, I planto
Mrs. E. E. Pickering and son of make some comments on
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FOLGERS ALL FLAVORS
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and Mrs.. Fenell Oliveoros of St As there are over 500 paper. COFFEE JELLO
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A. Conner of Baxley, Georgia. Mrs. J. D. Barber. '
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Fran Conner of Lakeland.Mr. 1 were Mr. and Mrs. W. G. Evans 1
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meeting at the Skyline Res. were daughters, Kim, Jonl, Leta,
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week here visiting with his ley of Espanola.Also Limit 1 with $5.00 or more food order
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I Wednesday morning at 'at 12:30: P.M. Everyone who JULY 8, 9, 10, 1965 RESERVEDFLA.
9:30 Publicity Chairman Flos I previously attended is urged to
ale Haines said today. I attend this meeting and are reminded
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Gage, is asking members to until next January. WHOLE PORK
bring a favorite recipe for the I'
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rics THE CIRCUIT COURT, SEVENTH Book 57, Page 263; O, R. Book
be
stretched about 34
Stretch GarmentsStretch can man- JUDICIAL CIRCUIT. IN I, Page 401; O. R. Book a,
percent and still recover immediately A AND FOR PLAGLKH COUNTY, I'age 61; O. R Book a, I'age
FLORIDA IN CHANCERY CASE 485: O. R. Book 6. ;
to almost original shape, creasing NO. 5073 O. R. Book 8, Page )1.eo.uA! .

garments are designs while the treated cotton or rayon being C. BRITT, Book 6. Page IS U Page; O. 427 R. Book O. R.I, Book Page

for good fit and give comfort:I shouldn't be stretched more workers Plaintiff 42; O. R Ii 0kpa7, Page 192;
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and freedom of movement.
than 20 percent if it Is expectedto FRANKLIN BRITT Book 6. Page 236; O. R. Book
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table STATE OF FLORIDA. TO: Florida.
yarns of spandex or textured Miss Dickenson points out WILLIAM FRANKLIN BRITT Amount of Special Assessment

nylon yams will provide better that the ability of a stretch garment c/o 1835 Mrs.Shipyard Lonnle Blvd.Britt: I _.....$2,121.84

recovery than those made with to recover its original that Wilmington North Carolina PARCEL NUMBER TWO

chemically treated cotton o r shape, after being stretched, is Florida engage, ; You for are divorce hereby has notified I been that Sled a of Being the a part Northwest of the North Quarter Half of

rayon yams, says Miss Elizabeth actually more important than NELL NELL, and you you in are the hereby above required entitled Section 12, Township 12 South

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to the Bill of said Section
Florida. Complaint In
everyday clothing ranges up to fJ. suit r on or before the 19th! 13. Intersects the Easterly
of July, 1965, else decree boundary of the 600 foot right-
30 Foundation pro
percent. of
CLASSIFIEDADS' of-way the
garments will be entered against Florida Intracoa.t.1 *
are made of stretch fabrics 1Yln1r: Waterway, according to
Plat
recorded In Plat Book 4 at
hand
and seal of
,which stretch from 30 to 50 25 Court this my 15th day of June, Page 16 of the Pubic Recordsof .
St. D. 1965. Flagler County Florida, as a
percent. 'July ) E. A. SMYTHE point of reference and running
-- Clerk of said Court thence South 15* 36' 14* East,
Care for stretch fabrics accord IN By Julia R. Harvey along the said Easterly right-
Listings under this heading are ... (. Deputy Clerk of-way boundary, a distance of
3 cents a word each Insertion. ing to the fiber content. If the IN (' L. Wadsworth 11343 feet; thence North 86* 48'

75 cents Is the minimum charge fabric is NORMA O. Box 896 06* East a distance of '24296
made of cotton and feet
nylon Florida to the poInt of beorlnnlnrof

LOST\: SUNDAY around Flagler stretch yarns, care for It as Attorney for Plaintiff this description; thence* con.tinuing'North
8648' 04 East,
.
17-34 &
July 1.8-Itc
Beach, Methodist Church a black Jf it were 100 percent nylon. a distance of 80,0 r..t. thence
TUB CIRCUIT South 3* 11' 54'5 East, a dis'
leather key case. Name in it is Remember it is' heat sensitive. COUNTY,COURT FLORIDA OF Lance of 1600 feet to the Northerly

Stretch cotton does not need TilE : :'( CHANCERY NO. M27 boundary of Palm Circle:
Bill Leslie 8th
street Port Huron
*
thence South 86 41'0' West.,
Mich. Finder please call special care. Rural AGOOLIA.Plaintiff. along said Northerly boundary,
,
If a distance of 80.0 feet; thence
439.2024, Flagler Beach. 7.8-1tc a stretch garment has been You AGOOLIA.v. North or Ilfo 54* West, a dis
worn for several days in suc suit has tance feet to the pointof
the above ; Defendant. beginning of this description.
6 MONTHS OLD ZIG ZAG, Re- cession, and has lost its shape, are i : NOTICE TO DEFEND Bearings are referred to the

possed 65 model swing needle launder it or press it light witha swer iind to MAVIS STATE AOOOLIA OF FLOIIIDA, TO: True tarns 0.293 Meridian acres.and parcel con

Dial-O Matic like makes steam iron' to restore its the 806 Henderson Avenue
new, shape. whose Staten Island New York, Amount of Special As-

fancy designs, makes automatic Stretch garments need rest between are hereby notified that a ssessment ..............-,., 160.00
233 has been filed against you In
.:" buttonholes, sews on buttons, wearings so the fabric } above entitled cause; and you PARCEL NUHOBR THREEBeginning
not later hereby required to file your an at a point 40 feet
blind hems, monograms, em can return to its original di 1965. with the Clerk of this Court, North and 25 feet West of the

broiders, darns, patches, etc. As. mensions. If you to serve a copy thereof upon Southeast corner of the North
of
Tract 10; running North
confesso plaintiff or plaintiffs
attorney, l\.I
Lay garments made of feet, thence West 3(4 feet,
sume remaining 4 payments of woven vou for n.m..n address Is:

; $7.49. Ph Credit Mgr Anytime at stretch fabric flat for storage. f said bill of suit RAY Selden SELDEN Building thence East 314 South'feet to 68 the feet point thence of

Daytona Beach, Florida, beginning: In the the North
2556431. 7-8-2tp Half of Tract 10. Block D Section
said later than July 17. A. D. 1965.
r Farm Machine A. D. 1966.Otllclal you fall to do so, decree pro I .11h Township 13 Mouth.
.. East In the Bunnell
WAITRESS WANTED at Windmill ( will be entered against
(" for the relief demanded In the Development Company's Allotment
Grill, north U. S. 1. Contact of complaint. The nature of as per plat filed. with I theClerk
r Power GrowsWho suit being for divorce. of the Circuit Court of
I Patsy Nobles 7-8-lt
f July <. N my hand and the seal Flagler County Florida
has the Court this 16th day of June Amount of Special Assessment -
COX's UPHOLSTERY, Bunnell,,, most power backIng IN' 1965. t 11800
i him up"In his work-horse- "' Seal) A.
Fla Hwy. 11 will andt. said Court
pick
up IN Clf Clerk of Circuit PAIICKL NUMBER FOUR
t., deliver all furniture free. For power, that is? RICHARD By Julia R. Harvey, Beginning at a point thl feet
Deputy Clerk West and 314 feet of the
sample material and prices on According to Florida's Expert 17-24 A July 18-4to Southeast corner of the North

! labor call 4373673. 71tfHELP I ment Stations engineer R. E. Half of Tract 10. Block D. running -
t : THB West 214 feet, thence
Choate, today's average agricul TII JIJIICIAL CCIIICLITSET.M I North 58 feet, thence East 214
) IN' AND FOR FI.AU. feet, thence South 68 feet to
\ WANTED-Kitchen help, tural worker has at his
disposal Tll It. .
i ': COINTY. IN: CIIANCKHY: In the
Call Malphurs Restaurant. Phone' 36 mechanical and electrical 33 MM khoertCOltotOf"1:: 10. Block

437.3471 H. D. OF FLAG LER BEACH. D. Section 11, Township 12
6-24-tfc horsepower. This compares with Dover corporation eslst South Range 31 East In the

just seven horsepower available You e I under the laws of the Bunnell Development Company's
FOR SALE-3 bedroom home in suit I h. t'Jorlda'h:I of Florida, Flagler Coun- Allotment as per plat filed with
f\ to his counterpart in Industry.But the above ; I Florida the Clerk of the Circuit Courtof
Flagler Beach, completely furnished are hereby Plaintiff, Flagler County, Florida.

$5,500 cash. Givens Real still more power is neededfor sorer with -v.- Amount of Special As.sessment

agriculture. The researcher and to lands upon which .pe .._..........$ 11100
ty, 4392035. 6-24-tf. the assessments are dellnqu
says a vast number of agricultural whose within the municipality of I-ARCKL NfMIIRH FM:

: RAY Beach Beginning at a point 98 feet
such
WANTED-Acreage operations
and harvestng
lot list as Florida.Defendants.. North and 25 feet West of the

; Ings in Flagler County. Sun crating and packaging are NOTICE Southeast corner of the North
not later
Half of Tract 10; running
State Realty, Charles Trad, as- still done by hand. This costs It you ALL PERSONS AND IN COR OR North 66 feet, thenceVest 214
INTERESTED
confraso feet, thence South 18 feet ,
loclate 745 Main Street ANY LIEN OR CLAIM
money.
Daytona you for thence East 214 feet to the pointof
:' Beach. Ph.. 255.5242, residence The engineer explains that bill of ltCo ANY HEREIN OfTHE: LANDS DE beginning: In the North Half
said
of Tract 10. Block D. Section
;:: 2551791. through the application of engineering ARE HEREBY NOTIFIED II. Township I 13 South
the CITY OfrLAOLEH Range
said Court 31 East In the Bunnell,
:. I NIMROD new ways must be pro A. I). 1165.Omclal has filed Its bill of com opment Company's Allotment as
: Camping Trailers In
for the above named Court
." vided to carry out the many operations ( foreclose per plat filed with the Clerkof
delinquent special
"
Sale. Moody's Pharmacy, Bun ( the Circuit Court of Flag
taking place dally inoday's By m with Interest and pen ler County Florida.Amount
nell. May 13-tfCOX's upon the parcels of land of Special As-
movement of food and forth In the ached .
., ,... June 24 A following assessment .I 111.00
the of such
aggregate amount
fiber to home -
UPHOLSTERY, BunnellFla. and business. AndIN' IN TUB assessments Interest and PARCEL Nt'MDBH KIT

Hwy. 11, will pick up and I' ': t .' against said respective Beginning at a point feet
TIIH CIRCUIT COURT. HBV- IN ANn of land, as set forth In West and 114 feet tb2 of the
deliver all furniture free. For ENTII JUDICIAL CIRCUIT. IN' TI', ... : : bill 1 of complaint, being set Southeast corner of the North
AND KOII FI.AQLKR. COUNTY, NO. KOM such parcels In the fol- Half of Tract 10. running West
sample material and prices on KLOIUUA. CHANCKRY NO. 50T4 Ruth schedule, to-wit: 314 feet, thence North 61 feet,
'
labor call 4373673. April 22-tf OEOROE THORNBURO.Plaintiff. : NUMHKR ONE: thence East 311 feet., thence
I ;lnLu part of the North Half South 68 feet to the point of
v.. Munrow 13 Township 13 beginning; In the North Half of
SEPTIC Ii
TANK cleaning; drain EMMA D. .THORNBURO., Range East and more Tract 10. Block D. Section 11

fields Installed; snail shell Reasonable Defendant, :,( .. described as fol Township I II South. Range 3j
Beginning at
a point
I NOTICB OK SUIT IN TIIH East, In the Bunnell Develop
'x prices. Call IN TICK OF ) the North line of said .
George Ja NAME OF TilE STAID : lo as
13 Intersects the Easter pmrrt'wit: :
,
roz ID 7.3410 OF FLORIDA: TO; ( the Clerkof
8-ltf boundary of the 100 foot the Circuit
TO: EMMA D. TIIORNBURO Sr.. Court of Flagler
420 Peach Stre.tK.nn.poll. I "'(an .... -of-w.Waterway Florida In- County Florida.Amount .
.
" CONSTIPATED .. North Carolina Residence : .C' according of Special Assessment .
? You are hereby required to file You are Plat recorded In Plat Book ...?.. .. | 11 '
To prove riiUN-BVAC lontalnlng with of this Court your with the at Page 14 of the Public Rec MOi .
!' Prunes Figs ft Senna is world'* hetcfl the Hill of Complaint answer to II of ::.I'h County. Florida* PARCEL NUMBER: SEVEN
_ emo-o-the.t. best and most natural died herein against you In the filed .. *n South II Lot 11. Block 2. Sunrise
"" laxative, hurry to above entitled cause on or before titled ( .14 East, along said East. Beach Subdivision being a subdivision -
MOODTS+ PHARMACYfor the lath day of July 19(5 and servea 1965 ,, rl.btboundar,, a of North Flagler Beach 4
ndJl of 103T.9T
... thereof Lawrence W. Joseph feet to the Flagler County Florida and
, FREE copy upon ,
generous SAMPLE or Borne plaintiff attorney, whose torney boundary of Block 67 (comprising all of Lot 7. Section
40 tablets for
7lo. Over l.ODO.OOJ shown
r old Men address (. Post Office Box Ml?, 44 North by Amended Plat of $l. and all ef Lot I, Section 36.
year Park recorded In Plat
Beach I Township II
Daytona Florida. Beach South. Range 31
,, The Flasher Tribune la hereby The .: Records S at Page 81 of the Pub-. East as filed In the office of the
of Flatter Count
'' designated ae the newspaper In designated Clerk of the Circuit Court of
JOHNSTON'SrLAGLER which title order shall be publishedonce which this ; thence North 6T 37 44 I I Flasher County Florida, la
; t. along the "
'
week Southerly boun Plat Book 1. Page
a for four consecutive once a we :: SO, of the
; BEACH REALTY CO. week. IIRREIN: FAIL NOT OR A weeks !: of Block 67, a distance of labile Records ef Flagler
feet to the
1F.CHEH PRO CONFESSO WILl. DECRETO' Westerly County Florida.
LOTS HOMES. OCEAN FRONT, ENTERED) AOAINST YOU FOR KM F.NTEH Z : :::::r North of 23 Fla* 33 let* Avenue* : Amount of Special Asssessraent -
WATER SUCH FAILURE.The SUCH the 14 West, _- ... I 1.....
: FRONP FARMS Westerly boundary
nature of this suit !I. a Com The .
ACREAGE plaint for Dlrorce. for dl"oree.WITNES s t'ls.n.r Avenue, a distance In addition to the amounts set '
WITNESS my hand and seal at to an Intersee* opposite each parcel of land In the
Bee UB for your real estate needs Hunnell. Klavler County. Florida, to the d Section with the North line of foregoing :.etop-:
13: thence South d.dl""I..tw.a
this: Slat day of June IMS.Oinclal this Und penalties, on
Office Phone HE
9-2342 47' e6'
Peal West, along the such delinquent
([ ) E. A. 8MYTHB (Court Seal line taxes and special
Residence Phones ID 7.3691 Clerk of the Circuit Court As distance of of said Section 13. assessments, together with a pro
1674.4
feet to the
Flagler County. Florida Fla portionate Part of the costs and ..
or ID 74517COmmu111t June 14 & July 1-1-15-4to June 34 4 l of. EXCEPTING AHO derlrUoa. expenses of this suit, are sought ,
to be enforced and foreclosed
that of In
NOTICE OF APPLICAT 10:'( FOR part Block 64 this "It.
'If Notice le hereby given that St anley ''. the Amended Plat of Venice You are hereby notified to ap-
Following Tax Bale Certificate. hall I filed said as described In Dd ."4 *
I sad s to
f to be Issued thereon. The certlflci number !: Se Records at Page 14)7) ef the Ik" of complaintdontno before -

the description of the property, anscssed ,d the Florida Bearings of Fleglcr referred Coun Seth day of July* A. D..
are ae follows: the lISb.: and If you al 1o. on
True
Certificate No. II; Tear of Is isuance 1963. t Meridian and par said date the dlII" "
" containing nil
Memorial Church Description of Property: Lot 1 Assessed to: Que-Esa LaboratoIn rl... Inc.following. THE FOLLOW. you will be barred from there
later-d.a.. iea tl.sal addition to the above the : Property described on the after contesting said suit and
outstanding on said property: : the" recorded conveyances said repp.e live parcels of land will
/ AIR CONDITIONED Certiorate No. War t County Public Florida Records of Flag. be sold by decree of said court for

Daytona A**. IS unIt flt."I.' R. Boot 1. Page: 348: herd non-paymeat liens of said taies and assessment -
1914i .
O. f/ and Interest
16. Page 349 Deed and
; Book
FLAGLER BEACH moIT mr 0.a F.F. Pare 38: Deed Book 54. penalties this suit' thereon and the costs .f

Raid property being located In the County of ** IUd Book U. Page 1-1- WITNESS WIlEREOr
a 11. I have
Sunday School 10:00 A.M. : nook t. Page hereunto
U'i
Unless said certificates Nt
are redeer *>d a<<' Book s.. mr hand sad .11"841
Church Service 11:00 A.M. described above will be sold to th highest I$. Page Page 171; Deed the official seal of said Court this .'
375. a
R.
door, llunnell. ter County, on the first : Page 417 a Book IStb day ot J.... JL D.I-I. ..
August 1945. which Is the 2nd d of ; R. Book 8, R. W. DICKER: ?. Puts ay Au g. 194: a a Book i. Page SMYTHE J..
h:. A. SMYTItBk Clerk of the
O. R. Circuit
: Book Court
WELCOME I 13. Page 191; tr;
BTBRYOifH ( I of Circuit Flagler
I
: Book 17, Page a It I(
,
t'l.cl.'.r County *, rw 607: JJ Book IJJ' silt R Harvey. .
AI.....r July 8-li-22.1-4te 87. Page 415; Deed Book 17. July 1.I-U-22-4U Deputy ClerkPAGE.SIX







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must make, according to Dr. G. All construction should be amendments. They improve the
Gardening In Florida Planning New
C. Horn, associate turf technologist completed before you begin the I soil by increasing its water
(By Henrey Sharp) Lawn with the Florida Agricultural actual planting of the lawn. holding capacity and ability to
Requires Experiment Stations is This includes such things as hold fertilizers. And this sot
Plant diseases are like mortgage type of lawn grass to plant. I walks driveways, fences, walls, only "increases the quality" of
payments-they are regular PreparationPlanning I! planters, patios and pools. the lawn, but also "reduces the
You borrow is because the
events. can to This Important
effort
needed" to keep your lawnIn
pay the mortgage. But this and preparation type you ultimately choose will Underground irrigation is the good condition.
won't work In the garden be. those are the keys to remember have a bearing on the amountof next choice. If "yes" is the an.
cause diseases don't acceptI. when building a new lawn. time you'll need to spend to swer, then its installation shouldbe I Experiments indicate several
O. U's. One of the nrst decisions one Insure good results. considered after the lawn inorganic materials are beneficial
To keep from borrowing garden area Is graded. lie explainsthat I and remain relatively
troubles, make dally inspections and destroy the infected zinnia Cost of establishing one type i "a permanent system is I stable in the soil. These Include
another should
of lawn
and be ready to act If a I leaves. If this falls, then spray also be considered over since there more convenient and saves la I vermiculite which is similar .
disease appears. the plants with captan. differences. bor." However, there is the added to organic matter in the
Remember, a few ounces of I are cost to keep in mind. way It improves soils. It also
chemicals as prevention are Chrysanthemum leaf spot is Another point to keep In mindas The best soil Is always the Increases the amount of water
worth many ill-fated pounds another summer disease. Small you plan-tests show that top few inches. If extensive and nutrients the soil can hold.
after flowers succumb to an dark spots appear on the leaves, lawn grasses vary widely in grading is necessary, the top. Although more costly vermlcu-
incurable malady. gradually Increasing until the their ability to stand up under solLshould be removed and replaced ,liate provides longer lasting
Keep the bifocals adjusted fora spots grow together. Numerous Florida's growing conditions. Dr. after the grade has been i I benefits than organic matter.
glimpse of black spot on minute, black fruiting bodies of Horn points out that the best determined "If high quality I} Other inorganic materials
roses. It's caused by a fungus. fungus appear In the centers of. grass "is the one adapted to the I topsoil Is not available either on which can be used are colloidal
The ailment is especially the spots. Lower leaves are attacked area where you live." the building site or close enough I phosphates and pulverized marl.
troublesome during rainy weath first. They turn brown to be economically hauled, the
Once the type of lawn has All are inexpensive and usually
However it strike at and remain on the plant, giving best approach is to Improve I
ere may been selected, you're ready to available anywhere in the state.
any time. a fired appearance.The prepare your yard. This can be what you have," he said. 1 I Of the three, colloidal phosphate
Symptoms include black spotson control for 'mum leaf done in three easy steps: How do you do it? With soil is the most desirable.
leaves. showing irregular or spot is weekly spraying with -Pick up and discard all .- ..
radiating margins. The spots Parzate, or similar chemicals. trash which may have accumu
may vary from pinpoint size Poinsettia scab makes plants lated In the yard.
to half the width of the rose and considerable the
unsightly causes -Level and grade area BROWN
BROWN & INC.
leaf. The larger spots often are damage. to be planted.Add .
surrounded by a yellow halo. Look for corky, scab.like pustules and mix the soil additives
Infected leaves turn yellow and occurring on stems and or amendments. INSURANCEOUR
fall. In severe attack, defoliation leaf petioles. The scabs at first 'I Remove all trash such as
occurs, followed by deathto are reddish-brown, later turningash rocks, sticks lumber, chunks of
the plant. gray. concrete and other foreign, material PHONE NUMBER IS
Spores of the fungus are First try controlling by prun before grading and pre
spread by splashing rain or by ing and destroying Infected paring the soil. The researcherreports 437-3394
mechanical contact when the branches. If this does not slow that you should com
leaves are wet. In warm weather up the disease, then apply pletely soak those areas where
spores often germinate and sprays of maneb or captan. you've filled with dirt, especially

infect rose leaves within a six Powdery mildew might give around the foundations. This i .?""... ..... ".........................' '......., ......."' ...."".."."' MNV'''
hour period.It's trouble on crape myrtle, roses Is done, he says, to settle the
best to prevent black spot and on a number of annuals. ground. FOR ALL HOURS-DAY OR NIGHT

rather than attempt to cure it The symptoms Include hairy or I There are several factors you
Some rose gardeners apply pro powdery grayish-white growthon I ought to consider as you pro AMBULANCE
tective dusts or sprays at week. leaves producing a distinctive gress. Lawns should be graded PHONE VAlley|, 1625
ly intervals throughout the year. curling. "to slope away" from the house SERVICE
Suggested controls include M-45, For control of mildew, dust so water will drain away fromIt. ST. AUGUSTINE FLORIDA

Phaltan and Captan. with sulfur or use a copper Tests show a gentle slopeof Naves be hesitant about calling a Garcia Ambulance Wean
Zlrma leaf spot can give spray. one to five feet every IOC
always at service with and
your promptness safety
trouble. Look for individual There are scores of other diseases feet Is best for adequate drain.
circular spots that rapidly become that could invade the gar ait' "But steep slopes shouldbe experience.

Irregular. They are red. den. The best way to prevent avoided since they are harder Equipped With Oxygen Retuiitator and Inhalator
j dish-brown and may have gray. this is to plant shrubs from a to establish and maintain
ish white centers on the upper certified nursery and seeds that Dr. Horn adds. On steep banks Garcia Funeral Home
leaf surfaces. : De. low I Is
have been inspected by the 'a growing ground cover
The flowers also may be af partment of Agriculture. Healthy better than grass: otherwise P. E. GARCIA, Licensed Funeral Director
fected. Petals become spotted vigororusly growing plants tendto I you'll have a mowing probleir LADY ASSISTANT
later darken and wither. stay healthy with proper care. to contend with.
Zinnia leaf spot fungus over ::
winters on the seed and in the
soil where zinnias have been .
Therefore, the seed

should grown.before be planting.For treated. with Etmesan This chart will change your mind about Chrysler prices,

a mild outbreak, pull off ryJ ,
J
Shown To r Ow.f.I' [n inch Bas. DIN.r.nc. _, .I'" ,, '. j
Kenaf Msk. Wh. /lb.s. L.nat" DI'Cubic l.cem.nt Peym Monthly.n" ,..,Month :/1 !

Be Fast GrowerTry ..,,' ,;.s ; '65 CH"YlU" NEWPORT 124. 215.2' 3SJ 1615.67 ,I
;(-t '65 TORO OALAJU[ 100 119 210.0 219 11.94 ".71
this. Kenaf, a new pore '65 CHEVROLET IMPALA 119 211. 211 11I.94 '.71

tentlal paper pulp product be- t... BASIS OF COMPARISON model are 2-doo/hardtop equipped with V 8 engine auto.m .
ing studied by researchers withFlorida' I tw tranm<**ton pow l, teert tf, power brake*, radw. and haatar. Monthly payment* I
hew been computed on manufacturer*' auicatted retail price, one-third down and 36 If.hlt. ,
Agricultural Experiment monthly payment. Not Included are the *.(,., you pay for on practically any new car; ';
about 12 ...* hiss daluie" wheel cover, rear eat b.MS. dllnetion chare,*tt. and loco J
Stations
grew t..... tnt.r..t.lneurane. and Meaning >.... .
inches in seven days (June 7.14)). If." .'
.' i,,
Dr. G. C. Kllllnger. stations
'
*.
I '
agronomist, says the plant's .1
high rate of growth was due .. ..,. ,
.
to the badly needed rain which "
,
fell over parts of central Flor 1"

Ida during the check period.It "....
was calculated that some
three and a half to four inchesof
rain fell during the period
causing the more than Inch-a'
day growth.
The use of kenaf as a possible:
paper-pulp product is new even
though Its production in FloridaIs
not. In the past the annual
plant has been bred by researchers .

fiber for content.its outer However bark, the and paper bast and this chart will change your mind about Chrysler resale !

Industry uses the entire plant,
making necessary a new variety
better suited to the Industry's 1964 CHRYSLER Newport 2dr. hardtop $2675 I
needs. 1964 Ford Galaxie 500 2-dr. hardtop 2440
.. ;
Paper-pulp company officials 1964 Chevy I Impala 2dr. hardtop 2415

in the Southeast are showing : ..... .. *..*eM prtcaa- a -.y W a* A"en/kw..1 ab.-
Interest In kenaf as a substitutefor ____M0.a"tall onus'*/e4CrOw tateMter- AMM.I H'SovOMi."? ,
u 1fifIII.
wood pulp In their plants.

By the way Dr. Klllinger re- SII you can move up. to Chrysler!
,
ports it's not unusual for a 1
plant to grow more than an Inch .iI;
per day when rain follows an

extended we have drought had over period much suchas of u. S. Highway 1 South KRANTZ MOTORS, INC. Bunnelf, Florida

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New Book trates and preserves the paper, NAGI :ABRAHAM r fly, Mr. and Mrs. Charles Cook THANK YOU
PaperTo which is treated with calcium and ,daughters, Cheryl, Cynthia,
carbonate. Seventy-year-old is. BUYS INTERESTIN and Charlene, of Chicago, 111. I want to thank all my friends
Last 2000 Years sues of the magazine remain in COFFEE SHOP that visited me, sent me cards,

f Historians fear that many records good condition. Nagi Abraham of Bunnell has flowers and also their prayers
while I in the
was hospital. I
f of the past are literally purchased a half interest in the: Miss Diane McKnight of Land- would also like to thank the
turning to dust in libraries Little Theatre Bunnell Motor Lodge and Bun over, Md., is spending a short
doctors and who
around the world. Presents Three nell Coffee Shop from his broth. vacation here and at Flagler nurses were
I so kind to me during
stay
ShowsThe may
Peephole Beach with her parents, Mr. and
f Much of the paper being used er, Abe Abraham. there. I appreciate it all very
Little Theatre will Mrs. J. H. McKnight, Jr. Ac-
present
t in today's books and magazines I Zena Muzyka, who has helda much. Sincerely,
companying her here Miss
three peephole shows this Fri was
half interest in the businessfor
inside 100
will fall apart years.
day at 2 p.m. In the Bunnell Julia Morris of Washington, D.C. Ettie Hunter.
Books printed as recently as 50 a number of years, will con
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are crumbling. tinue in the business with Nagias
years ago I---
I Donna Whitney will be the
I Librarians, sympathized one partner.
reader for "Nancy's Nose". Karen The coffee is located '
on
researcher, "find themselves shop Like Good Music?
piling up mountains of paper Clegg will be the reader for Highway 1 in the north sectionof .

only to watch those mountains "The Adventure of a Farmer the city near the overpass. We !Have It
Boy". The "Funny ,Old Man"will "
disintegrate before their eyes.
feature Lila Allen as the
;: Many libraries spend as much reader. Sunday Evening 6 to 10
time and money preserving old .6t1
books as they do collecting new .
"
ones, the National Geographic HARVEY A. WRIGHT EVEL YN'S
(Continued from Page 5)
Society says. Harvey A. Wright, a retired
Acid Is EDemyFortun'ately electrician of Key Largo, Florida Guests of "}dr. and Mrs. H. C. Bar and Restaurant .

a solution to the was dead on arrival at the Cobb Is their daughter and
paper problem may be In sight. local hospital Wednesday morning granddaughter, Mrs. Sue Byrum Highway AlA 5 Miles So. of Marineland

A newly developed book paperof at 2:30: following a heart at. and young daughter of Daytona
fiber treated with calcium tack at a local motor lodge. Beach.

<< carbonate is expected to last Mr. and Mrs. Wright were on
from 800 to 2,000 years, depend. vacation and traveling north, Mrs. Ellie Shaw of Palatka APPLICATIONS REQUESTEDTHE
ing on storage conditions and had stopped at the motel to spent the past weekend here

temperature.The spend the night. After suffer with her parents, Mr. and Mrs.J. .
CITY COMMISSION OF BUNNELL WILL
Council on Library Re. ing the apparent heart attackhe D. Barber.
sources, sponsored by the Ford was carried by ambulanceto Mr. and Mrs. Roy R. Gordon, RECEIVE APPLICATIONS AT THE CITY HALL

Foundation and working through the hospital where he was Jr., of Suffolk, Va.;, announce the UNTIL 8:00 P. M. JULY 19, 1965, FOR A ,NIGHT
the W. J. Barrow Research Lab pronounced dead., He was 63 arrival of their first child, a
oratory, developed the long-lasting years of age. daughter who was born July :5. PATROLMAN. GOOD STARTING SALARY

paper after nearly a decadeof ,He was born In Decatur, Ga. She Is the granddaughter of, OFFERED.
research and testing. and formerly lived in Key Lar Roy Gordon, Sr., of Bunnell.

Since 1870, the growing de. go. He is survived by his wife, I APPLICATIONS 'MUST INCLUDE AGE, EDUCATION .
mand for paper has required Daisy, who was traveling with Roy Gordon receiVed word of
I quicker and cheaper manufacturing 'him. Also one son. the Illness of his daughter, Mrs. MARITAL STATUS, AND QUALIFI-

techniques. Abundant The body was returned to Terry Bradshaw, who is a pa. CATIONS.
wood pulp replaced expensiverags homstead, Florida, where servo tient in the Louis Obid Memorial ...
as the basic raw material.But ices will be held. Hospital in Suffolk, Va.
of Bunnell
chemicals used in pulping, Craig' Funeral Home of Bun City

bleaching, and sizing tends to nell was in charge of local ar Guests of Mr. and Mrs. Bob
create acidity which weakensthe rangements. Cook include their son and fam
fibers and hastens deterio
ration.
.
Laboratory tests show that

book only four papers percent of 1900-09 of their retain origi Only the No/1 man's got the '

nal strength. Some of the pa. Ami ;

per has turned yellow and
brown. Books published in No.1 buys : your Chevrolet dealer

1940.49 have lost more than 60 0
percent of their durability; the (See hIm !!Howl)

rapid decline is blamed on the

I poor quality of papers manufactured -
during World War II. "Co
In contrast, thousands of 0'I
books Jive centuries old are ,\ i,
r
written on paper which still retains ,. f '.
,
.' .
its original color and ,
strength. A sheet from a book : <,

printed in 1534 withstood more

than 400 folds; one froma 1681 : 'j
volume held up under 1,117 a J 1 .

i creases.,The paper In a 1908 book ___ "
j however, was so brittle it would CtMvrotot Impala Sport Sedan 'j"" '
not fold once without breaking.The .
1
all rag papers of the past THE NO.1 MAN'S GOT THE CHOICE YOU WANT(MODELS, everything between. Engines? Even the new 325-hp Turbo

were only slightly acid, and STYLES AND COLORS) IN HIS NO.1 CAR CHEVROLET. Jet V8 you can order. Buys Ther's no better time to get
they often contained calcium
and magnesium compounds that Models Impalas. Bel Airs Blscaynes. Stylo? Sedans, yourself Into the No.1 car. Just *" the No.1 minnow at

acted as preservatives. The com coupes,convertibles,wagons. Colors?Black whit and most the No.1 place (where the sign says"Chevrolet")!

pounds apparently came from
natural washing and bleaching
I THE NO. 1 MAN'S GOT THE POWER
.agents.
Unforunately THE NO. 1 MAN'S GOT THE STYLE YOU WANT (THRIFTY SIX OR BIO
100-percent rag
paper It too expensive today for YOU WANT IN HIS REAR-ENOINED V8)) IN HIS MIDDLE.SIZED CAR:

widespread use in books and FUN CAR CORVAIR. What sporty CHEVELLE._ If you like your car

magazines. style it fist: every Corvalr coupe or neat-sired and nimble, the No. 1s.dan's

P The Council on Library Resources a hardtop now. And what sport man's got It In Chevell' Standard

!i with the help of several driving a Corvalr: four-wheel indep.nd- engine I I. e husky Six or a powerful
manufacturers, has
paper per.
ant suspension; rear-engine traction; Turbo-Fire V8, depending on model. Or
fected a durable paper from
long, stable wood fibers infused easy steering; up to 180 Turbo-Charged Chtvtflt MtfttMi Sport Coupe you can order one of our livelier Turbo-Fke

with callcum carbonate to act horsepower In Corns If you order It. V8*. all the way up to 350 hpl If you want

as 'a buffer to the acid. Just leave it to Chevrolet to make sure to make sure you get Just the Chevelle for you-th model

The new paper is not expensive Corvalrt look like they cost a lot. Leave and the body style and the color and the equipment-see

and is commercially avail It to your Chevrolet dealer to make your Chevrolet dealer soon. Hurryl I IComlr
able. The Council hopes that
\ sure they don't.! :
many publishers of scholarly
books and magazines will consider -
its use. ThUR

One magazine that has always CHEYRtHETWEMM ,' .
insisted on quality paper:
is the National Geographic. The .
custom*ma de coated papers \ ,, "
Monn Coupe
used not only in the magazinebut Sport
the National Geographic So- MOWS ilia ftlllO en A 110..HILT ON 1lal H10.1 CAISI '

ciety's books have ,a long life
expectant The coating pene-

09-1063:

O. F. ALPORD


Real Estate Registered Broker HALL-TUMLIN CHEVROLET COMPANY


Bunnell Florida BUNNELL FLORIDA
TELEPHONE ID 7-3131

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