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 Material Information
Title: The Flagler tribune
Physical Description: Newspaper
Language: English
Publisher: s.n.
s.n.
Place of Publication: Bunnell Fla
Creation Date: July 22, 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 )
 Notes
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
Resource Identifier: aleph - 001024369
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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 63, NO. 29 .t BUNNELL, FLORIDA, THURSDAY, JULY 22, 1965 $2.50 A YEAR

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County Board ,I i'QUARTERBACK CLUB I i Millages Increase 1 I' REV. TED B. MOOUHEAD: I Teachers Reject i if

OFFICERS TO HOLD i /

Provides More MEETING FRIDAY i In General Fund I f[ School Board'sRaise


School MoneyThe G.Quarteback Harris has Club called Captain a meetingof Coy I Levied for SchoolsThe : : Pay of $50The

Flagler County Commisrs- the club's officers and com Board of County Com $::50 pay hike recently

sloners have provided additional mlttes for Friday night at 8 0' j mlsslon ers in setting millage In budgeted by the Flagler County

money for the operation of the clock in the school board's office various funds in the new budget ( School Board for Flagler county

Flagler County School System, In the courthouse. I explains that the general I teachers has been rejected by

Supt. Coy G. Harris said today. The called meeting Is to make fund was increased from 4 millsI the two local teacher groups, according
This additional race track I plans for the coming football 1 1I I to 6 mills because the School to Classroom Teacher's

money of $20,000 was needed to season. I I(I Board requested $20,000 over I Assn. President, Bo Maneul.
II I and above one-half of the RaceTrack u
bring our reserve and contingen I The letter addressed to the
des up to an operative status receipts. t 'rFirst I Board of Public Instruction was

for the summer of 1966, he con First Methodist i I Total race track receipts of signed by Classroom Teacher's
the school board was budgeted
tinued. I Executive Board who are: Mr. t
J'' .
'at \
"There was a slight IncreaseIn $149,000.; Manuel, president; Daisy Moody,
Service
the budget for 1965-66 school Sunday s The general budget also pro. vice president; Wilda Hargett,
I I vides for $30,000 revaluation expense r secret ry.treasurer and mem
year. Some of the reasons for Are AnnouncedAt I ;
which eliminates borrow.
this Increase are: the erectionof bers of the ad hoc salary com

an Educational Television the First Methodist Church ing for this purpose. mittee: James Craig, chairman,

Translator to be erected, In Bun. Sunday school will meet at 9:45: Millage for the Flagler County Theo heirs, vice chairman, Ruth

nell to assure the school and A.M. The morning worship will Health Dept. was Increased Townsend and Emma Murray, I
from 1.6 mills to 2.0 mills ((2.0 Baptist members.
the community of excellent reception I be at 11 o'clock. A special feature .
mills does not their ten
; a token raise for our I i of this sevlce will be a solo cover Revival Representing the Flagler I
tative budget of $$24,502 but is Begins Teachers
County Associationwas
teachers of $50 a year; one 6G by Andy Yelvington. I
the maximum allowed under the
capacity school bus;. and $10,000to The new minister, Rev. E. E. the president Leroy Hunt \
law.) I
Sunday Morning :
retire the construction loan Snow, has chosen for his ser er.
The budgets of both the com. I I The letter stated both ,
at Citizens Bank of Bunnell. mon subject "What Are You Rev. Ted B. Moorehead of Melbourne groupsare
missioners
and
the school board
Worth?" The scripture text will Florida, will be the renewing their request for a i
be Second Timothy 2:15Study are printed as legal- advertise. Evangelist during the Youth-led $250 across, the, :board, .1 Increase ., '.t
I menu in ,this Issue on page 3. in salary'for the 19G5-66 school s
thyself approved unto God, a Revival at the First Baptist
Restoration Of workman that needeth not to I Church, Bunnell year. Also a $500 across the

be ashamed, rightly dividing Rev. Moorehead, a native board raise for the 1906-67

Bulow To BeginMrs. the word of truth." The publicis SENIORS ENJOY I Floridian, is a graduate af Stetson school year.Following.

cordially Invited, PARTY AT BEACH : University and Southern Is a copy of the letter .
Charles E. Creal, chair. The official board will meet Baptist Teologlcal Seminary. lie sent by the C.T, U and

man of the Advisory Council for Sunday evening at 7:30 at the I A picnic at the beach pro. 'presently is serving as pastor of i Flagler County Teacher's Association ,

Bulow Plantation, has received parsonage on Magnolia street vlded the setting and entertainment the First Baptist Church of I : j
notice from architect Herschel The of this is for members of the Flag I "Dear Sirs:
meeting Melbourne
purpose and as a member of 1
E. Shepard, Jr., that preliminary to elect the new officers of the ler Senior Citizens Club when the Florida Baptist Education "It is our understanding that '

research for partial restorationof board for the church year Just ;' the club met for the second of Commission.The a tentative budget has been i

Bulow is under way. beginning. Other Important Its special outings during the revival will begin Sunday drawn up for the 19G3-CO school J
The project Is under the direction summer months. year authorizing A fifty dollar ;
business will be transacted also. morning, July 23: and will continue
e of The Florida Board of There were 15 present at the ($50) per year teacher salary
..faciu. evening through
... Parks and HIstortCT b>l ats -f. { ":* W"I ,party' which wai held'Tuesday i Increase. The executive board
*j Wednesday 7:30: The v entire
Mr. Shepard has-recently completed end any Information regard afternoon July 20, on the beach family is Invited to enjoy the I and salary committee of the '
resoration work at Fort Ing the machinery.Mrs. about three miles north of the C.T.A. and the Flagler County
fellowship, singing, end I
Clinch State Park.A Creal hopes that besides Flagler Fishing Pier Inspirational group sermons. Teachers Association met July

great deal of informationIs Information they will receive The club will hold Us next 17. It was unanimously votedto

needed to make the resora the knowledge locked away in meeting Tuesday evening, Au. reject the token raise as

tion a success. Mrs. Creal urges the memories of some of the gust 3, at the clubroom In the budgeted."In .

anyone having any old photo. longtime residents. The Indiansa Municipal Building, Flagler ConservationistsTo view of action taken by

graphs, documents or general pretty fair Job of destruction, Beach. surrounding counties and the

knowledge of Bulow Ruins to but, man end nature has taken Hear Williams 19C3 legislature, we feel that to

please contact her. The architect Its toll since then. The little maintain a high educational !

is particularly Interested in pieces of knowledge will be the Blocks of salt still serve as Members of the Board of Supervisors standard In our county a re I

. pictures taken before World War building. blocks of restoration." currency In parts of Ethiopia, of the Flagler Soil view of our previous request fora

I Sonscrvation District here, will. two hundred fifty dollar ($250): ) 1
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be among the Florida supervisors across the board Increase be

JET AIRCRAFT FIGHTER F-102 eRAs Hi SCENE 1 1.I attending the annual convention .. taken Immediately.

in Jacksonville the latter "Wo are further requesting an

part of August. additional five hundred dollar

($500): across: the board Increasefor
One of In
the top men the Soil
the 19GO.G7 school
Sonservatlon Service will be a year-
which will bring the beginning
featured speaker at this meet t
t Ing. salary to 5000." f


r I 'V V Hollls R. Williams, deputy administrator

r for watersheds, has Student To Get
r been an employee of the SCS .

t since 1934. He was chief of the Awards FridayTomorrow
forth Worth Regional office staff
.
1930-46 served as state conservationist (Friday) at 0 A.M.

In Arkansas for 11 In the Bunnell High School auditorium

rears, field representative of the I presentations will be

Washington office for two years I made to students for their outstanding .

'. V when In 1959 he was promoted i performances during ;
I to his present position.Mr. he Summer Enrichment Pro '
'
-, V V : gram Medals will to given for
Williams was raised
on a j
I arts and crafts, dramatic, and
farm In Arkansas where he still athletlcs.
:
. owns a farm at Vllonla. He
' Students participating In the
'I I- holds a B. S. degree In physicaland
reading will receive
I program
r biological sciences from
certificate of merit.
Arkansas State Tteachers College
-g- Two trophies will be presentedto
; at Conway, and a law degree .
k the boys having the highest
, -1r. Y from North Texas School of
batting average In Little League
V Law
at Fort Worth.
r I I an dPony League. Players on
. I I Mr Williams recently was the winning teams will receive
awarded the U S. D.A. honor ribbons

1: award for distinguished administration Recognition' of ping pong

, I. and technical achieve checkers, and shuffleboard
I meats In the soil conservation champ will be made.

service program of assistance to Boy and girls who took part
1 local governmental organizationson In the swimming program will
.. Above Is a portion of the large crater cut by the wreckage of Jet Fighter F103 which crashed small watershed projects.The receive their awards.

south of Morineland about 7:33 Monday night The crater was cut' about 73 yards oft the west I annual meeting of th*! All students who have participated .

t. side of Highway ALA. It Is about 12 feet deep and 100 feet long. In the crater. Standing Florida Association at District In the summer programare

at one end of the crater Is De--put, Sheriff Jack Hugas of St. Johns County. At top of the I I Supervisors will be held In Jack to be present and all par

crater and left. Is Tommy Kahl-ert, Bunnell; at right Dean Peterson, Flagler Beach: bending onvllle, August 25-27 at the I enta and friends are J Invited to

over edge of crater, Is Howard Hansen St. Augustine. Philip Whitley Photo ) George Washington HottL attend.







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PAGE. TWO THE FLAGLER TRIBUNE, BUNNELL, FLORIDA '. Thursday, ,July 22, .1965
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Sand dunes, some nearly a..I names to placate them. I
thousand feet high, cover a I
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sixth of the Sahara. Arabs use auILiRENEW :
10 different words to describethe I YOURDRIVER'S
various shapes and sizes. LICENSE d I
One nomadic tribe gives the DURING YOUR '

I I treacherous, shifting dunes pet BIRTH MONTH

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__ I Ir 1744 Ocean Shore Bird. I I.tee-aeaoa t..tl.aa.

T SI REPAIRS ON TV'S I AIR Dayton CONDITIONED An.

fP5t' WASHERSDRYERS FLAGLER BEACH

Sunday School 10:00 A.M.
I I Church Service 11:00 A.M.
Call Collect 672-0377
r I R. W. DICKERT, PatorBVEnVOITB
ALL :WORK: GUARANTEED I WELCOME

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Service



I Flagler Truck & Tractor CO.

MASSEY-FERGUSON
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of wreckage which crashed evening Marineland.Lj-rf Grove Farm Industrial Equipment
Part the of Jet fighter plane Monday near
The picture also shows the damage caused by the fire which was spread over a wide area when VIRGIL DECKER Phone ID 7-3242
the plane exploded. Deputy Jack Hugas standing on wreckage. The fire was brought under Owner Bunnell, Florida
control by Florida Forest Ranagers. (Photo by Phillip Whitley) .


'New Rye Grass


Rust, ResistantRye This week only!
grass Is no stranger to i
those looking for a green lawnor "
pasture during Florida's ,

cooler months. Special on _
However, leaf rust is ''a major
problem and hampers the useful r
period of the grass, accordingto
researchers with Florida's GuardianPremium
T Agricultural Experiment Sta

tions. _

However, specialist have now
developed a variety highly re ,
sistant to the leaf rust disease.
Because of this and other desir
able characteristics, Florida Rust
Resistant Ryegrass is being re Nylon. A i1EiiI.r

leased to Florida grower. ""

searchers Following reported tests In that 1962, data re Nylon 1 '

show no significant difference Tubeless! '
) j \
between the,forage yields of the '
new variety and Gulf varitles. Narrow' /) { f c 3 I

Since ryegrass does not pro. whitewall f''
duce large amounts of forage
until late winter or early spring, styling !
this Is an Important factor, the!'I
researchers say. I
.:.. Brand-
Tests have shown that about r
90 percent of Florida Ruust Re I new! ti
sistant plants are highly resist.
ant to leaf rust while Common Modern I \/J I \1
ryegrass Is completely suspect. I f r
} r
tread J'1 ?
!' Ible to the disease.

Ryegrass Is often used In Flor design 1\c j'i { +
ida and the South to oversee 10 pastures, In mixtures with oats
',1' or other small grains to length. _
en the grazing season. When
planted In a permanent pasture
and allowed to produce seed, it
may reseed and volunteer for
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several years.
The plant Is also extensively
used for fall seeding on lawns,

public golf courses and private, parks places.and Color other :i,' : $1&59 $1759 *1859

and texture are good when fertilization .

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THE FLAGLER TRIBUNE BUNNELL FLORIDA PAGE TIMES! :1
Thursday, July 22, 1965 :

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l O4da' tion of the leaf. You'll find mal- i leaves. Later when the lateral inches long pinch them backto mast or later. If you are set up ,
.d
'Qo4denlnq V* athion usually effective in halting I stems or "breaks" are six or so three sets of leaves. to control light you may cause

these pests if you apply the --- By careful choice of varitles
(By Herrtr Sharp) IX: TIlE CIRCUIT COURT, 'KVKMTII the mums to flower the year I
material before the Infestation. : JUDICIAL ('11U IT. IN you can enjoy chrysanthemums around. .

becomes too severe. AND FOR FLAULRH COUNTY. from Christ. .' '
Discarding diseased chrysan. .FLORIDA IN CHANCERY NO. September through .\

themums is like ignoring sick In case 'are a neophyte
you :ror'
Ci FLAOLBR!: BEACH. I NOTICE OF PUBLIC IIKAHIXO OK SCHOOL ItVOGHT
children it Isn't the moral thing pinching Is an Important practice a municipal corporation existing I
under the Laws of the Pursuant to the provisions of Section JST.1I. Florida Statutes 1141..
to do. in mum production. The State of Florida. Flagler as amended by Sectfon .. Chapter SS.IJS, Laws of Florida Acts Of 1316
first pinch is made when the County Florida notice Is hereby given that a pUblic hearing shall be held by the
So make dally inspections of Plaintiff Count) BOArd of "ublle Instruction of Flalrler County "Florida oQ
both children and plants are about 2 inches tall July 10. un at the hour of 2:00 P. M. In the ofilce of County Superintendent -
your LANDS
your CERTAIN upon which in Bunnell Florida for the ., of discussing with
mums. On mums keep an eye removing about one-half of the Special Assessments are delinquent. the Citizens of the County the proposed school budget ot said counti

out for septorla leaf spot, mildew stem and leaving three sets of Defendants. which for the budget fiscal year is summarised beginning.. .UlrOll,wl:15: and. ending June 10, 131{

NOTICE OF .
botrytis, and ray blight. sPECiAL MA'TKR' SAL!! I I. OPERATING FUND BUDGET
Septorla spreads rapidly in TAX EQUALIZATION MEETING TO THE DEFENDANTS HEREIN A. Balances on hand beginning of year __. .I 11111.00
Notice Is hereby given that the AND ALL OTHERS WHOM IT B. Anticipated Receipts
wet weather. The fungus showsup I Board of County Commissioners of MAY CONCERN: I 1. State .L-.L i.i.L.-n_....i-1-i.-i..iiii--i-i-nii-i-i-uir-...... .. ._ ._._.. 'O'.OI'.DOI.
as small greyish-brown spotson Flagler County will meet with the NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN County General Taxes ,. __... 7l.tSI.00
County Tax Assessor at the CountyCommissioner's that the undersigned SPECIAL S. District Current Taxes "... ... _.. 7I.SJI.99
the leaves. The centers of : room In the Court MASTER of the Circuit Court Seventh 4.: Other Local sources ...._..'......_ :. .___ ::::;. .
house Bunnell. Florida at the hour Judicial Circuit rn and for 6. Remittance from other Counties ._ ... 00.00
the spots become brittle. The of 10:00: a. m on Monday August Flagler. County, Florida, under .. ..-............... --..-..... ..... ......... ,,, j331,161.00 .
disease usually begins with the 3. A. D. 1915. for the purpose of r.r :fanc to and by virtue of a anAliDrTA.71i'i5. E i-rtr BALANCES AND TRANSFEItN."i143,69/.010: : :
hearing complaints and receiving of Foreclosure entered
lower leaves and works upward.You testimony as to the value of any In the above entitled cause C Proposed Expenditures
can property real or personal, as fixed pending In lilh' Circuit Court Seventh 1. Administration' ... .".__""._.H'_'___"__".'.1 II.tU.eoI.
control septorla with by the County Assessor of Taxes, Circuit In and for Instructions .._...._.....___......___........ .00.7".00;
weekly sprays of Captain, fer- and for the purpose of perfecting Flagler: County, Florida Chancery S. Operation of Plant I ...... .. .......................... JJ.JJJ-00
reviewing and equalizing the assessments No. 6000 will at 11:00 A. It. on Monday 4' Maintenance Of lll\nt ==a:.._._..a.e...._.-.. nnnis iis amii..1 I O.OU
bam or zlneb, according to Dr.JL the value of which shall the Ith day of August, 1I4S. S. Transportation Food Services and Health ___HH..... SO.UI.OO
: S. Mullln have been Axed by the County Assessor at the front door of the FlaglerCounty I. Fixed Charges ..,_............-...........H_,..>....-_..._........ 15.700.00 I
plant pathologistwith
Court House Bunnell. .. 1,611.00
of Taxes, or changed by Junior College > .jiiiiiiu--u.-j.nt.-t-
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the Agricultural Extension him. Florida, offer for sale and will{ 2: Remittance to Oti..r.t\ TCTV-................. ....-.: 3,600,00
I DATED Dunnell. Florida, this sell at public auction to the highest .. Iteservee .........'_._..._......''" .'..,.....-. '"... ...-"..... 11..7.00
Service. lie suggests alternating : ISth day of D IMS. I. and best bidder for cash, all 10. ;Transfer to Debt Service "'!!'''_,..... .!Ml"!. Z ....._... U.Ut.OO t t1t. I'
between ferbam and zlneb until BOARD OP I&tj. : COMMI8- the right title Interest and claimof .. Transfer to Capital Improvement .................__.. S7.4IO.OO ,
SIGNERS OF FLAGLER CO UN- the defendants CERTAIN GRAND TOTAL EXPENDITURES AND TRANSFERS ".... ...-...$//3,636.00II
the buds begin showing color TY. FLORIDABy I LANDS upon which Special Assessments '
George E. Wlckllne.: I are I nOUJ- and all parties DEBT SERVICE FUND BUDGET
and then use only zlneb. Chairman or persons by said Final A. Receipts

Mildew is another fungus ATTEST: i Decree In and to the following e.ecrbed' Transfers: ed....___*....._..._...................,_,_,,...__.__T-...T IT.IJO.BO
you E. A. SMYTH. Clerk property, sltuat lying B. Proposed Expenditures
may discover. It'll appear as a JulU.U-lte and being In the County of Flag 1.: Payment of Loans and Interest ___......_,. HJ.JtJJJ
I.'. State of Florida, to-wlti 1 Payment of Bonds and Interest ... ... t7.00000
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whitish, powdery growth on the IN TIIH CIRCUIT COURT OF Beginning at a point 10T feet Total Expenditures -..... ...... .:::=...._.._,__=.., ST.tSI.OO:
FLAGLFlt ('Ot' TY, FLORIDA East and 111 feet South of the
surface of leaves and III CAPITAL IMPROVEMENT FUND BUDGET
supper Northwest corner of Tract 10,
IN ciiiMCKHY NO. new West to the east line of running the A. Balance ..._...__......_.._..........H..__.._-...__-...t 1S.SI1.00B.
tender portions of the Items. FRANCES McDOMAQH.
Anticipated
John Anderson Receipts: ..
Control mildew with weekly Plaintiff, lies, thence In a Southeasterly: now direction K Sources ..._,x... ...... ..t m...-......... IUI..L..,.,... 4i. 400J.
applications ALEXANDER along said east line of said Mate -.. ...... .....-::::::=..-..::.........._........ .....,.,..........:..: 40.000: :00S.
of Karathane. THOMAS John Anderson Highway to Transfer from Operating Fund ........._....._..-........... 37,4 2000
Botrytis Is a of flow McDONAOH. Defendant. South line of the North Itt of Expenditures,*......._.,*!.*................_....*__._....._*._|.11..1111.00C.
scourage
Tract: 10. thence East along said Proposed .. 1
ers. The mum petals develop NOTICE TO DKFKD line to the West line of Connecticut 1. sites ....:.4. .... ....._.......?.?._.........................__...,..........,..$ 1.0Iln.
THE STATE OF FLORIDA McDonagh TO: Avenue, thence North along S. Buildings and Additions ........................__......_....... 7.71t.GO! I
little brown freckles and then Alexander Thomas said line to the point of beginning I. Equipment ..-n.mnm.n.t./..,....!..- ........-.,. ..am" ..n II, 500n
S14 South Srd Street ..::::: ..:.... ...:;. : t tI.
: All In Block D, Section II 4. Library Books and AV Materials .... .5-9S!! >
the entire petal begins to rot Brooklyn New York Township IS South. Range It Transfers to Debt Service -...-.,.-....-...-.-.-...-.. .I3-4, 00! '
You are hereby notified that a .... ..... .. .. _. .. ...... I8500Complete <
and then often is enveloped in suit has been filed against you In East In the Bunnell Development Total Expenditures .. _.-, $U I I

a grey mold. Use zaneb to con- the above entitled cause files; and you Company's filed with the Allotment I Clerk of as the, per Circuit plat details separate parts of the budget summarized t
hereby required to
are your answer dov.a fbl
Court of Flagler County Florida, above are on file for public Inspection at the otttce of the i t
trol the disease. with the Clerk of this Court
and to thereof EXCEPTING THEREFItdM Being County Superintendent of I'ubllo Instruction at Bunnell. Florida, and
Ray blight Infected flower the plaintiff serve or a plaintiffs copy attorney upon, a part of the Northhalf of Tracts will also be available for public hearing together with. all supporting .
heads have whose name and address I.: and 10 of Block "D". Section 11, statements and Information.
chocolate-covered RAY 8ELDEN Township II South, flange II East, All Interested persons are cordially Invited to participate In this
petals and a dark brown baseon Melden Building acccordlng to plat of Hunnetl Development public hearing and to discuss the school program and budget for the
Daytona Beach. Florida, 1 Company, and more par ensuing year t
the florets. Use the same not later than August II. A. D.1I41. llrolarly described as follows: TILE BOARD Qp lrn..ic INSTRUCTION .
treatment for If you fall to do so. decree pro Beginning at the Northwest cor OF FLAOLKR COUNTY FLORIDA
ray blight as suggested confesso will be entered against ner of the said Tract 10. as a HAROLD EMERY!: Chairman ,
for septorla. you for the relief demanded in the point of reference and running ATTEST!: :
bill of complaint. The nature of I thence South 1 degrees IS' OS* East Coy O. Harris, Jr. "
There are several insects that said suit being for divorce Tract the West line of the said Superintendent and Ex-Orflclo\ Secretary
attack chrysanthemums. However WITNESS my hand and seal of 10. a distance' of 111.0 feet to the Hoard of Public Instruction Flagler County, Florida d
said Court this ZOth day of July to the. point of beginning of this July I SI-Ito
the hardy plant Isn't often A. r). 1916.Omelal description: thence North II degrees
( Heal) K. A. SMYTH SS' 40: East a distance of NOTICE OF IIMUIINU TKNTATIVK IHHM1KT' !,
damaged to any great extent by Clerk of said Circuit Court 107.0 feet the West boundaryof I
By Julia It. Harvey Connecticut Avenue; thence Notice Is hereby given that the Board of County Commissioners
these vegetarians. Aphids may Clerk South I degree 2$' 01* Halt along of Flagler County, Florida, will at the regular meeting on Monday. I I
take a liking to the tender July M-Sf A Au.u.fttl1-4 te the West boundary of Connecticut August 3. 1141. hear complaints or objections to the adoption of the i
Avenue, a distance of II0 tentative County Buudget for fiscal year. .
mums. Often a herd of friendly IN: TUB CIRCUIT COI'RT OF hence South II degrees SS'teed O\Mm.\ E. wlCKLINH. Chairman

insects will devour colony of FLAIi.ICIt'Ot'NTY, FI.OI1IUA West a distance of 100.IS feet toan Board of County Commissioners
a
Intersection with the Easterly ,
IN rtfANrtcnr NO. MM County Florida
aphids. But if you fear that nature DOROTHY PAGE boundary of the 10 foot right of ATTEST: Je. A. 8MYTHE. ClerkFlrgl.r
Plaintift way of the John Anderson highways '
is not on your side try a v.' thence North II degrees I'MMAHY OF TKTTATIVK III1M.KT FOR FIM'AI. THAROCTOUKIt I
malathion JOHN PAGE SI' (0* West along the said Easterly I, ItMM TO HKITKvlKIIKR.. I... :

near-microscopic spray.A varmint WOTICK TO Defendant.DKFKMD right of to'ia1..tut"od.l.. a West distance URNKItALKattaiale rVNIt' I ,I I

TIlE STATE OF FLORIDA. TO line of the said Tract 10; hencecontinuing ml Revea.e* and It.eel,ies
that can suck the mum leaves JOHN PAOB North II degrees II' 10* Taxes '.00 Mills on II.J4T.HS.00-.........__.....__.."_..._.... 49.104.00, ,i
is the lit Broad HtreetKeyport. West along said Easterly right of Race Track Receipts ......... .. .......M..._._................_....__._..... ..
dry a spider mite. Leaf New Jersey way boundary, a distance of It.41 Miscellaneous Receipts ............... .........M..M.....__ ......... 7,31.00L..a : 1 i
injury shows up as mottled and You are hereby notified that a feet; *thence North II degrees "I'I
I suit has been filed against you In II SI East a distance of 11.10 .*.n"llu"
off-color yellow. Suggested con the above entitled rauaei and you feet to the point of beginning of 11i" ; / !
trol Include malathlon are hereby required answer this description. Bearings are re
measures with the ktc.rlhr.o: Court ferred to the True Meridian andparcel 1121,070.00 I

Aramlte Kethane and Ovex. and to serve a ropy thereof upon I.containing Oil aeres Deed Anticipated Cash 1 Balances< October 1, IMS _..sR,.-....... .OOO.ot
the plaintiff or plaintiffs attorney, (look Page SlT, Flagler County ,
Thrips are warm weather: insects whose name and address Is: Records. Total Anticipated Receipts and Resources _.-:......$l70,970.00 11'I I
that RAY 8KLDRN The said property as aforesaid,
damage flowers.
Theyare Malden Building being sold to satisfy said Decree
tiny, slender pests about Daytona Beach Floridanot subject to any and all valid prior KipeadHeres
later than August II. A. D. 111!. mortgages, liens and encumbrancesand : 'I'U to School Board ........?............,,.,.,.,.u-ti ........?'"M''I .000.00 ,
1/32 inch long. Malathion and If you fall to do so, decree pro rights. Racing Funds to Recreation Fund .................-l] ,n7i ..".. ...... 4,00090 'I
dleldrln are recommended' for ronfessso will be entered againstyou Itatedthle nth day of July, A. I). Other Anticipated General Expenditures!: -...-?..................... Ill.414 00 I
for the relief demanded nth- 1925. iteneral Fund Reserve ................_..............--.,,.,...,.._.._. ....... 1.144.00
halting attacks of thrips. bill of complaint. The nature of 3:. SMYTHE:, Cash Carry-over to cover Expenditures Ortober-lMoember 1144 Sl.ooo.00, 1 I
aid suit being for divorce. Clerk of the Circuit Court In !}' t '
Foliar nematodes may appearIn and for Flagler County e"J I.
WITNESS my "hand and seal of UTI.nUt
aid Court this 20th day of July Florida r"
your mums. These pests destroy
A. !). 1925.OEcial (Official Heal 1j 1'I
the leaf tissue between ( HMYTHR W. L. Wadsworth IIIIAII ANU! IIIUIIUK Ft.NI
(MalotBeA Circuit Court f>. O. fox 1)1llunnell. .....(1.... .f IUv*... /e/

the veins, causing a browning By Julia 1C Harvey Florida Taxes .to Mills/ on |..InIII.0r -...--..--,..... ,J J.-_-.| SI.70A .0 .J
of a wedge or Deputy Clerk Attorney: for Plaintiff Racing* r.ulld.Various ..... _M........_....__ ...,.,,... 1.1104.0"
pie-shaped sec July 1S-1 A AugustlS_4tc July 22lieMOTI'Y Gasoline Taxes .............._..........._._ .__
Miscellaneous Receipts .? M..M._... ...__. 7.100.00lees J
: OF "Y-C&CY-IIT FOR Nines

Notice Is hereby given' that the 110..UO.II
East Flsgler Mosquito<< Control Die 1% .I.UUO
rlct.. Hoard of CommUsllners,
Flagler Ileach. Florida, will accept Anticipated Cash Balance October 1, HIS __....!__..... ITon.00
sealed bids st the office located T 1 .ITI.OO
BROWN & BROWN INC. miles north of Flagler Ileach Pier .1 I
on Highway AlA up to and until 111.271.10r
4:SO .'..Iork I' M. on Monday August -
Snd. 141. postmarked:
INSURANCEOUR to that date and or lime, for the prior fol ........ its pesdllens
lowing equipment: re* Labor and Supervisory Salaries I .... 141.200.04

AEHOflOL; NEW TIIKIUfAL Maintenance ef Equipment and New Equipment ............,,J,,,,,"M /0.000 A0
FOO OENKRATOIt. Materials, ste ..' .. '-,,..,,,,.,_jm .
Any Hid received or presented Car of Con r Iris ,.:::::=::::. _.?_....._.._.___..w, .....,,,, 'U:::: j
PHONE NUMBER IS after I.. o'eloek I' N. on August Miscellaneous Kipendllures _......._..__.. r _._ ....0.111.
Snd. till will be returned tin- "'
opened to the bidder. .ei 50 !
Sealed Bids will be opened at Reserve 1.770 Olt
4373394FOR a meeting of the Mosquito Control Cash Carry-over to cover Kipendltures' Or|./De.. |I4FINK __... U. 000"II
bard at the ones at ':00 n't lor It
I'..M. on Wednesday August 4th. ....11 O/n
.. .. fp* ln>etlona and Information
to bidders may b*> obtained by

Mr,al'n''I I. .Oage.upon t'.O.request'Dos1 to. r...._.. of ...... .ee ..A1I* .)..FNRFKITIRM..|,u, FI'HII

LMJLjLmjLmmmjL.mrnwwmwwwwy Flagler Beak or telephone number 'as's. sa mills" M.KT.SIIH ., .....
ca..1011. Racing Fun4s -.__ ... ie'i4A On
ALL HOURS-DAY OR NIGHT The Hoard'reeerves the right to Fines and Forfeiture "H___ 33,2ee,0
re)'ct any and all bids end to t
waive any Informalities In bidding .
I..ss 14Antlrlpate4 12.54005
with or without
cause an t/or la ....
AMBULANCES areept any bl.. In whole or in part, _
that In Its ludcmenet Is the lowest I" 14w-.
PHONE VAlley 41625 \ an4 Dist net best. bid In the Interest .f the Cash rulanr Orlober" ''" U.. ... .

IT. ADCU8TWt fLOSXDA (KART.ONTROI FlJlfJI.rH, IUJfTHICT MOtKJt/ITO \ : $1105 10

fly tleerge Moody, Chairman '.. '
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Ktr. be berttoat July U'U-Ile Nsssdlfsreel
t about coUlag a Cards Ambulance.. W. Mh.rirrs
iiud4.t .
cue always at foot service with pioaptBtta softy sad NnT.r" OF. IIKARI*.) nv TIo:.. Miscellaneous Csppeszdiivee;;; i : :-- ---- .Of '.:;-16v./53 1.104 ::

TATIVK HI IM.KT ran """. County: Rscrv. "..., ea
npedqce. zit no CONTROL nitTRicrPursuant Cash Carry-over 1. cove Yipendlturee: (kt.}Use. Im-::=:= .u:: 00F.414J.FN

te previsions ef Fler.
Ma Statutes, notice la hereby given ...1.. .. j.
Equipped With Oxygen Re uitator and
Inhalator that publl !meting. will be held
by the East FlagUr
3e.qulto Coa '
trol District Hoard *f COmmlse.j T.... 30 Mills ...ilmum c.'Dl SIT All.4EALTIl'KPARTNOMT..__.._ :
w4l _.
Garcia Funeral] iHome ; .?*,.. .sj Wednesday, August ..... ".1" "
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I 4I. CM P.M. .( .iT.IIL.tC
P. E. GARCIA, Licensed Funeral Director way AIA.the Tentative'h': ;:..*on ef Iflfh-Jiseusslng I Tu. 3i : .__. _... ._...._,,,?.,. 1 ....4. ...
Ilw4.
urn ASS8TAMT Aseal rr ceding .p..IM*t 30th fr. MiU.A1E! AI9iYJSME1/ i,mi-44,i-4t PR I'Kltlim it ton IIIMIU.M 140 Mllie.

1941.LYMAN I. GAGE, Secretary< ('leek The of..the...,./Clrcult-1. ......Co.rL,. are open for lnepeelhon .t .". silica .1 tM
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CONSERVATION Use Insecticides


NEWS W.BTTilmon Robinson With can Great be free from CareYou insect WE GIVE ME T T S Quantity Reserved Rights '

pests with reasonable safety if I TOP ***
"Our having irrigated pasture I you apply recommended insec- Prices Good .
this spring meant 200 pound ticides correctly,says John Stray. Thu" Fri., Sat.,
heavier calves at weaning time," er, assistant entomologist, Florida VALUE SUPER MARKET ;: Mon.
says Bill Keebler, general man I Agricultural Extension Serv
ager of W. H. McBhlde Ranch. ice. I STAMPS' .July 22, 23, 24, 26 I

"In 1962 we 'put 300 acres of 1 l The entomologist offers a few I Phone 437-3201 103 S. Railroad St. 1965 ,
Improved bermuda and white II precautions to avoid Injury or r
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clover under seepage Irrigation contamination when using or!
In Flagler County and although I I
handling toxic materials:
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we ,benefited from It at times II I Flavor Aged (U. S. D. A. Choice)
before this spring, this Is the I Before opening the containerread
kind of year that it really pays the label thoroughly. Be
for itself." He said "mat only I sure Ifs recommended for use Chuck
Roast Ib
do we get healer calves but our in your situation. Mix materials 4S
cows stay in better shape. On out-of-doors or In a well venti
similar pastures, without Irriga lated room near a source of
I tion, we got very little grazing. water. To avoid billowing of I
Keebler and his uncle, W H. dusts or splashing of liquids, I
McBride, are sq sold on water open containers very carefully. Flavor Aged (U. S. D. A. Choice)
control in improved pasture that Measure exact amount of ma
they have asked the Soil Con terial prescribed on the label to ROUND
servation Service to lay out an I ROAST Ib 5SI
mix the amount of spray need.
other 400 acre block to be installed ed. Apply spray material directly BONE ,
this This I
year. system
to infested surface or
will be similar to the 300 acres I area.
Avoid treatment of large
already in operation.It i'areas in house and use spot I Fla. Grade "A"STEWING
will consist of a series of
I treatments only.
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main ditches criss.crossed1th: Remove or cover foods, dishes,
laterals at 100-foot Intervals.: .
toys, fish bowls, and pet feeding HENS Ib 25
For Irrigation, water control' containers before spraying.;
structures will be built in the
Store pesticide materials in their I
main ditches to push water out
original container with a label.
Into the laterals to raise ,the
water table under the grass and i Store all toxic household ma. U. S. D. A. ChoiceCHUCK tb U. S .D. A. Choice
terlals in a locked room or cabinet

come clover.from Irrigation wells pumped water will by'Wash out out of empty reach bottles of children.or cans STEAK 69 RIB STEAK Ib 89'

electricity. In reverse, a near. before destroying them. Wrap I
perct drainage Job can be had t I
by pulling the gates from the the bottles in paper, break them (Pan Ready) Fla. Grade "A" Tender (Select)
and perforate cans to preventany

!. structure It will be during the Job wet of weather.the Soil Burn further paper use or of cardboard the container.con." FRYERS 5 t6 Bag $f BEEF LIVER Ib 49'
Conservation Service to run a Cut Up
talners and avoid the smoke,
controlled topographical survey because it will contain toxic World' Best Lean MeatyHAM
over the area, draw up a plan .
.materials. Bury or place in gar.I GROUND
25 and miles stake of ou ditches.the estimated 20 to I bage and perforated the ashes,cans.broken bottles, BEEF 2 89p HOCKS Ib 45'


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JAMES MINCHEW i PAUL C. STATON Ib 29 STEAK CHUCK Ib 69'

FINISHES COURSE Marine Privte Paul C;. Staton, Limit 3 Please
; Pvt. James II. Minchew, son son of Mr. and Mrs. H. G. Sta
of Mr. and Mrs. James F. Min ton of Flagler Beach is scheduled 'WESERN CORN FED U. S. CHOICE GRADE BEEF
chew, Bunnell, completed a 12- to graduate this month CENTER CUT CHUCK
week communications center from Marine recruit training at '
specialist course at the Army the Marine Corps Recruit Depotat
: I' PORK CHOPS n; 89' ROAST 'IL 49''
Gordon Southeastern, Ga., Signal July 16.School, Fort Parris Island, S. C .
During his 11.weeks of recruit
Minchew learned to operate
training under veteran non
teletype sets and other related commissioned omcer drill instructors LEAN ALL BEEF U. S. CHOICE GRADE BEEF

equipment used by the I Signal he is learning small GROUND ROUND BONE
The 18 old' soldier
Corps. -year-
entered the Army In February arms markmanship, baynoet
fighting and methods of self. BEEF '
1965, and completed basic train. 2.1b1890 ROAST lb 59'
well
protection, as as receiving
ing at Fort Jackson, S. C.
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I instruction In military drill, history
Minchew is a 1965 graduafeof
and traditions of the Marine
{tChattanooga High School in I
Tennessee. Corps, and other academic sub. ARMOURS VEGETOLESHORTENING

jects. MAXWELL HOUSE, FOLGERS,
lIe will be assigned to Camp
MRS. MILDRED BREECE
Lejeune, N. C. for at least four or CHASE & SANBORN
DIES SUNDAY AFTER
weeks of advanced infantry com
LONG ILLNESS bat training before being assigned <
I Mrs. Mildred Breece, 108 Palm 4Q
to a school or to a Ma.
Circle, died Sunday at the local COFFEE Can "TV
nine combat or support unit.
hospital after a long illness. OR YOUR CHOICE
She had been a resident of I CRISCOCOOKING
u Flagler Beach for the past five HOUSE WARMING
1 Lb.
years. She was born in Pitts. FOR ARNOLDS Can 59'' OIL
{ burgh, Pa. and came from New 24 OZ.
Jersey to reside here. She was Mr.' and Mrs. Hugh Arnold BOTTLE 3Sd
72 of were surprised with a house
:i1 years age.
Funeral services were held at warming party last Wednesday Limit one of Your Choice With Your Limit one of Your Choice With Your
J" the chapel of Craig Funeral evening. About 20 Flagler- $5.00 or more food order $5.00 or more food order

; Home, 201 East Moody Blvd., Beach firemen and their wives
Bunnell, Tuesday morning at 10 were present for the occasion
\E.(! o'clock. Rev. Reynold Hoover of and presented the Arnolds witha
the Flagler Beach Methodist beautiful oil painting. 46 oz. DEL MONTE BLENDED PILLSBURY (Plain or Self Rising)

Church officiated. Interment followed Punch, sandwiches and cake PINEAPPLE GRAPEFRUIT
at Shady Rest CemeteryIn was served. Mr. and Mrs. Arnold '
Holly Hill.Survivors and their two ions, Steven FLOUR 5 lbBAG 490Limit
Include her husband and Bruce, have recently purchased DRINK 3 for $100
t t Earl Breece, Flagler the Sullivan home In 1 Please

I Beach; a nephew, Don Miller, Venice Park.
Flagler Beach.
{ Craig Funeral Home of Bun. MRS. IDA RUNTON 303 SUNLITE V. Size Can CHICKEN-O-SEA
nell was in charge of arrange.
DIES FOLLOWING
I LIGHT CHUNK

ments.METHODIST CHURCH LONG ILLNESSMrs. TOMATOES 10 1 <

The Men's Club will be host Ida Runyon of South TUNA, 3 fer89
to the DeLand District Men's Chapel St., died at her home
Club tonight at 6:30. A barbecued Sunday evening after a long Limit 4 Please
chicken dinner will be illness. She was born in West
t
served prior to the meeting.The Virginia and moved to Flagler
church school meets at Beach where she 'resided for FROZEN FOODS

9:45 A.M. and morning worshipat some time, moving here about FRESH PRODUCE 10 oz. SEA BRAND BREADED
11 o'clock with Rev. Reynold three years ago. She was 72
Hoover, minister. The chapel years of age.Funeral THOMPSON SEEDLESS
choir will sing special music services were held at SHRIMP Pkl. 59'
during worship Sunday. I 2 P.M. Wednesday from the
GRAPES Ib 29
The Methodist Youth Fellowship .j I; chapel of Craig Funeral Home,
meets each Sunday evening 201 East Moody Blvd., Bunnell. 10 oz. WINTER GARDEN
t at 7:30. All visiting youths Rev. Thomas Pinner of the First
(12.21) are invited to attend Baptist Church officiated. Burial !
Last Monday evening the MYF followed at Espanola Cemetery: FRESH TENDER STRING STRAWBERRIES -25''

4 enjoyed a skating party. About Survivors are 3 sisters, Mrs.
J 20 youths traveled to Daytona Cora Pomeroy, Bunnell; Mrs. BEANS 2 Ibs 29'
Beach an dwere accompanied by Allle Smith, Davey, West Virginia
Mr. and Mrs. Bernie Wilson, ; Mrs. Emma Duncon, BAKERY
Bob Whitney, Mr. and Mrs. Pete Sharon, West Virginia; one
Peterson and Mrs. Leonard brother, Rode Runyon.Arrangements YELLOW TENDER & TASTY 16 oz. EVERFRESHCORN
Johnson. Despite a few falls and were under direction
I sprawls the evening was enjoy of Craig Funeral Homeof ANGEL
6 for 39 FOOD
ed by everyone. Bunnell. CAKE EA.39YN..v..w

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FOR EFFICIENT SERVICE COME TO

BUDDY KNOX 66 SERVICE CENTEROn 50 EXTRA FREE 50 CA 9U EXTRA FREE ill! 50 EXTRA FREE SOS


AlA & N. 4th St., Flagler. Beach & H GREEN STAMPS S & H GREEN STAMPS S S.& H GREEN STAMPS

Phone 439-9221 With this coupon and your J With this coupon and your With this coupon and your
purchase of one 10 oz. purchase of one purchase of (two) 2
USED TIRES $1.00 up Twin Pak Ever-fresh 3 oz. Jar Tetleys [ Cut-Up
POTATO CHIPS INSTANT TEA FRYERS
NEW GOODYEAR TIRES $10.00
up Coupon Expires Coupon Expires Coupon Expires
Plus Tax & Old Tire No Second Grade Saturday, July 24, 1965 Saturday, July 24, 1965 .S Saturday, July 24, 1965.I .

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PARTY FAMILY TUESDAY DINNER 7JtWM WINGS .. ,,290 :

Mr. and Mrs. June Deen of
LOYD CHARLES BEMBRY. JR. U. S. D. A. ChoiceROUND
Miami have spent the past week
Mr. and Mrs. L. C. Bembry are
here visiting with his grand-
the of a son, born July
parents
mother, Mrs. C. A. Riddell, and STEAK Ib -
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now have gone to North Carolina {
pital. He weighed seven pounds,
for a vacation of a week. I
three ounces and has been given
Tuesday evening they entertained
I the name of Loyd Charles, Jr.
several members of their U. S. D. A. Choice ,1
I lie is the grandson of Mr. and
family at a dinner party at the
AlA Restaurant in Flagler Mrs. A. W. Tucker of Bunnell. : DOMED & EJ

Beach. ROAST Ib 79
Enjoying the affair were -*r. Visiting here with Mr. and
and Mrs. Duane Deen, Elaine Mrs. J. C. Rodgers is his son In I ROLLED RUMP ,
and Suellen Deen,Mr. and Mrs.C. law and daughter, Mr. and Mrs. --.. {''1..
O. Magee, and Mrs. Pauline Raymond Garrison of Hyde Park,I
Van Cott and son and daughter, N. Y. Mrs. Garrison is the former Armour Star SMOKED 6-8 Ib Avg. Lykes Sugar Creek 3 12 oz. pkgi. $1.00

Edward and Evelyn, of Ramsey, Miss Frankie Rodgers of Bun.

New Jersey.V. I nell. days They in will St. also Petersburg visit several before .. PICNICS Sliced Freem, : 39' FRANKS Pkg. 39'

.F.W. AUXILIARY reutrnlng home. ,
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TO ENTERTAIN LITTLE Lean Western Choice Juicy
AND PONY LEAGUERS .: Mrs. Stanley Deen and children

Members of the VFW Auxiliary -I Cary,Clem of West Rickie Palm, Donna Beach, and are PORK STEAKS lb 59' ALL MEAT STEW Ih 69

are having supper at the spending two weeks here visit
Civic Center Friday evening at ing with her grandmother, Mrs.
6 o'clock, honoring members of Ettie Hunter and other relatives. Armour Star '5 oz. Can
the Pony and Little League Also her mother, Mrs. Jewel
baseball teams. VIENNA MAXWELL HOUSECOFFEE
Deen in San Mateo. SAUSAGE S for I

PAT BARROW Guests of Mrs. Daisy Walker
HOME FROM and Miss Lucille Walker Friday
THE HOSPITAL included Mrs. Jenny Jeffords, Red & White Qt. Jar |b
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Pat Barrow nas returned to Mrs. Lettie Douglass, and Mrs. S8e
MAYONNAISE Ji
his home here after undergoingeye Walters of High Springs.Mrs. 490
surgery in the Flagler Hospital Limit 1 with or more food order

in St. Augustine. Virginia High was a business
visitor In Jacksonville

I Guests of Mr. and Mrs. Ray Tuesday.Mr. Royal LONG GRAIN Old Milwaukee 12 oz.- -.. Bottle fl Pak
I Carle Include Mrs. Carle' mother
Mrs. Dorothy Shepard of St. and Mrs. J. H. Black of RICE 3lbBag 390 BEER 890
Clairsville, Ohio; also her broth Immokalee visited here Monday
er in law and sister, Mr. and with Mrs. Jennie Black and Mr. Plus Deposit
Mrs. Harry P. Coleman and and Mrs. Benny Black. They
children, Debby and Pete, of were enroute home after a va
Pillsbury (Plain or Self RUInf) DAIRY SPECIAL-
Martins Ferry, Ohio. cation in North Carolina.

Mr. and )[rs. Duane Deen SP/6'Robert Moody left Tuesday FLOURS Kraft Qt. BottleORANGE

have as their house guests their for Holly, N. J. where he will
cousins, Mrs. Pauline Van Cott Join his family who are visiting s 490 JUICE Dtl., %ge
and children, Edward and Evelyn with Mrs. Moods parents. They;

of Ramsey, N. I. will leave soon for Fountain Limit 1 with $5.00 or more food order
bleu, 'France, where they will FROZEN FOODS _
Rev. E. E. Snow spent Monday I be stationed with the Army for

afternoon and Tuesday three years. Winter Garden 22 ox. Size
morning on business at his homein He was the honored guest at
DeBary. He is the new min a buffet dinner Sunday at the FRESH PRODUCE Apple, Cherry, Peach, Coconut Custard

ister at the First Methodist home of his parents, Mr. and PIES I
Church of BunnelL Mrs. Bobby Moody, when memo Alberta 3 ,or,9ge
bers of the family were present
Mrs. Maxine Buckles has returned PEACHES n.100
home after a visit In Mrs. Paul Stanish and Miss
Tallahassee with her sister. Catherine Stanish are visiting
In McRae, Ca. with Miss Celes Fresh CRISCO OIL
Mr. and Mrs. Frank Mandziara tine Stanish. OKRA
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had as their guests at theirhome Iba
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on Deen Road their daughter _. -.==-; 48 01.Dottle.
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and son In law Mr. and Mrs. Iceberg 580
Frank Gralewski and grandson,
Ronnie, of Franklin Park. 111. B E s LETTUCE I Hd.15e Limit I with 5.00 or more food order

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Mrs. Allen Reynolds and children n
Peggy, Patty, Frank and : I
Billy, are leaving this week for n5 r.4.e1a l 1O
a visit of three weeks with her W 50 W
mother and sisters In New Iberia -

La.. and in Texas. Prompt Service 'with coupon & purchase 'with coupon & purchase S with coupon & purchase<
of lIlt>> 14 oz. Wilton of 5 oz. Instant Borden< of pkf. of 4
Guests of Mrs. J. M. Canakaris
The Tribune CANNED HAM
Flagler ) 4 COFFEE LIGHT BULBS
Sunday were Mr. and Mrs. I Coupon Void After Coupon Void After '
) ) / Coupon Void After .
Charles dose and daughter, Phono IDlawood 7.3tt2BnaaotL Sunday July 25, 1965 Sunday, July 25, 1965 ) I Sunday July 25, 1965 ,
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IW TUB CIRCUIT COURT OF Page 423; Deed Book 57.Page 303:
FI.ACJLF.il COUNTY, FLORIDAIN Deed Book 68. Page 24; Deed
CLASSIFIEDADS '. CIIANCKRY NO. IOU Book 67, Page 263; O. R. Book
NORMA UtENE LEWIS I, Page 401; O. R. Book 2.
Plaintiff Page 11; O. R. Book 5. Page
v.. 485; O. H. Book 5. Page 325;
: WARREN EDWARD LEWIS O. R. Book 8, Page 6; O.otI ,
Defendant. Book'13, Page 427; O. R.
NOTICE TO DEFEND Page 457: O. It. Book 1, Page,
under this hooding are TIF WARREN EDWARIDLEWIS 42; O. R. hook 7. Page 192;
Listings O. U. Book 8. Page' 153 O. R.
3 cents a word each insertion. : Rural Route 2. Box 37 Book 6. Page 236 O. R. Book

75 cents is the minimum clung Carding, Ohio 11, Page 449 all being the Pub
You are hereby notified that a lie Record of Flagler County
suit hat been filed against you In Florida.
FOR SALE-5 room home, corner the above entitled cause; and you

Anderson St. & Moody Blvd. are hereby with the required Clerk to of file this your Court answer *, Amount of Special._....Assessment ......-.I2.121.S4

Mrs. 'A. Hilderbrandt. 7-22-lt i -p: and to serve a copy thereof upon
PARCEL NUMBER TWO
the plaintiff
or plaintiff*
whose name and address rorney.: Being a part of the North Half
SOMEONE ;;ASSUMEPAYMENTS NICHOLAS A. CAPUTO of the Northwest Quarter of
I 233 Second Street Section 12. Township 12 South,
ON Holly lUll Floridanot Range 31 East and more par-
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SEWING MACHINE later than August 9th A. D. ticularly described a* follow:
1965. Beginning' at the point where
DIAL-O-MATIC ZIG ZAG It you fall to do so. decree proconfesso the North line of said Section
12. Intersect the Easterly
will be entered against
Dial-it Sew-it Built-in Designs you for the relief demanded In the boundary of the 5oo foot right

Makes Button Holes Etc. bill of complaint. The nature of of-way of the Florida Intra
aid suit being for divorce. coastal Waterway according
$35.40 Cash or WITNESS my hand and seal of Mat recorded In Plat Book 4 at
aid Court this 6th day of July. Page K of the Pubic Record
6 payments $6.00 A. D. 1965.Official of Flagler County. Florida, a* a

Call Anytime 255.6733 Collect : ( Heal) E. A. SMYTHEClerk point of reference* and running*
of laid Circuit Court thence South 15 36' 14 East,
ATLAS SEWING CENTER By Julia R. Harvey along the said Easterly right
of-way boundary a distance of
Deputy Clerk
228 Volusla Ave. Daytona. Bch. July 8.15.U.Z9-Hc 112.43 feet; thence North ,86' 48'
722.2tc { 06* East a distance of 242.96

NOTICE OK REQUEST! FOR RIDS! tehf: the point of beginning
description; thence con
FOR RENT-2 bedroom house on Notice I is hereby given that the tinuing North 86.!8' 06* East
East Flagler Mosquito I Control a distance of 80.I) feet; thence
Deen Road, Bunnell. Will be District Board of Commissioners, South 3* 11 54* East a distance -

available in about 30 days. : Flakier Beach Florida, will accept of 160.0 feet to the North
-:;, ..' sealed bids at the office located 7 orly boundary of Palm Circle:
Phone 4373658. 7-22-ltc 1 ;t mile north of Flagler Beach on thence South 8648'06 West,
aYP.1.1 up to and until 6:00o'clock along said Northerly boundary,
DIAL-O-MATIC ZIG ZAG \ on July 26, 1965 or a distance of 80.0 feet; thence
re postmarked prior to that time and North 84* West dl**

possed 65 model, like new, W date, Jo1h[ following equipment: tance or 11fo feet to hea pointof
(, NEW 4-WHEKL DRIVE beginning of this description.
makes hundreds of fancy designs ,, -- .. ,,' .--. CAB AND CHASSIS TRUCK HAVING Bearing! are referred to the

makes automatic button. A PAYLOAD CAPACITY OF True Meridian and parcel contains -

Part of the of the Jet F 102 which 3.350 POUNDS. 0.293: acre
holes, sews on buttons, blind landing gear fighter crashed Any Bid received or presented Asssessment
Amount of Special -
stitches, monograms, embroiders about two miles south of Marineland Monday evening. Shown after will be 6:00 returned P. M. on unopened July 26th.to 1965 the -.. .......-..-..$ 160.00

with the flashlight focused on the parts Is Deputy Sheriff Jack bidder.
darns Assume
patches etc. TIIHF.K
Sealed Bid will be opened at a PARCEL NUMBER
remaining '4 payment of $7.45.1 lugas of St. Johns County. (Photo by Phillip Whltle) meeting of the Mosquito Control Beginning at a point 40 of feet thetIouth..t
Board at the office at <::00 I'. M, North and 25 feet West
Ph. credit mgr. Daytona, Anytime --- on Tuesday: July_ 27th.. 1965.. Specification corner of the North
.. ana information to maders Half of Tract: 10; running. :! .North
at 2556431. 7.22.2tp j'1 Y"i "" -P"i 58 feet thence west :lilt feet.
The Institute of Marine Science may be obtained by bona fide
-- bidder request to Mr Lyman thence South 68 feet! thence
WANTED BUY old glass, PETERSON TEXACO : I of the University of Miami U lags upon P. O. Box 43. Flagler East 214 feet! to the point otbfolflnnln'lf
Beach or telephone! number 439- ; In the the North
china, ware, clocks, regardlessof SERVICE research vessel, John Elliott I Half of Trnct 10. Block D. Section

condition, (no electric or I I ROAD SERVICE I !Pillsbury, is now on a 23,000 2088.The reject Board any and reserve! all bid the right and to to 11.31 Township East In the 12 Bunnell South.Range .

alarm) also old china dolls. Light Mechanical Work mile scientific ocean tour.NOTICH waive any Informalities In bidding Development Company's Allot.
: with or without cause, and/or to ment a* per plat filed with the
Flagler Beach Antique Shop Phone 437.3441 Bunnell __ I accept any bid. In whole or In Clerk of the Circuit Court of

Jet. AlA & Highway 100 ,. .. ........----- ANn CALL OF MKKTIWO part. that In its Judgment I* theiwest Flagler County Florid
and best bid In the interestsof Amount of Special A-
---- TO ELECT: 0\H MKMIIKIl OKIIOAIIII
July 15.22,293tpWANTEDAcreage OK M'rKHl%OII. Foil the District. .e..ment' ..._......_f 116.09

11111 DltAI.VACa III!lTltI CT. EAST FLAOLER MOSQUITO
and lot list. Notice !. hereby given that a spe CONTROL DISTRICT l'AItCENUMI1Eit FOUR
rial meeting of the owners of land By (JKOIUJK MOODY, Chairman Beginning at a point 25 feet
Ings in Flagler County. Sun situated In the Ulmlnl Drainage Jujy 15-22-2tci.f West! and 214 feet North of the
JoMarWell District. In Flagler County Florida Southeast' corner of the North
State ,Realty, Charles Trad, associate In hereby called to be held In theCommissioner's Half of Tract 10, Block D. running -

745 Main Street, Day. Room of the KlagIT TIIK riurriT COI'IIT, !sEViCNTII West 214 feet thence
County Courthouse, liunnell, JIIII4I4I; tlltrtlT OK North 58 feet, thence East 214
tona Beach. Ph.. 255-5242, residence Florida, on the filth day of July, I FLORIDA. IV AM) FOR KLA feet thence South 58 feet! to
2551791. A. I). 1965. at :3 I o'clock P. :1. for I '..:1& (OINTV. IV ClltXCUItYNil. the point of beginning.! In theNorth
Drilling the purpose of electing one mem* G0.10 Half of Tract 10 Block
her of the Hoard of Supervisor for CITY OF FLAOLER BEACH D. Section 11, Township It
COX's UPHOLSTERY, Bunnell, the term of three yean and to- at.. n municipal corporation exist South Range 31 East In the .,.
2-inch to 12-inch Wells I tend to mien other business per ; Ing under the law of theState Bunnelt Development Company'sAllotment
Fla Hwy. 11, will pick up and taming to the district that may I of Florida, Flagler County aa per plat filed with
Pump Service come before the meeting Florida the Clerk of the Circuit Court
deliver all furniture free. For Florida
Plaintiff of Flagler County
At such election each and every
sample material and prices on acre of land In the laid District\ .v*- Amount of Special As.sessment *
Phone 439-2413 hall be entitled to one vote In r.er Certain lands upon which special ...._ .., ..... ...I 315.00
labor call 4373673. 7-1-tf
i sun or by proxy In writing duly assessments are delinquent .
signed for each acre of land owned within the municipality of PtIUKL NUMIIBH KIBBeginning
FOR SALE 3 bedroom home in by him In Bald District Ouardlan Flagler Reach Florida at a point 98 feet
may represent their ward Kxecu* Defendant! North and 25 feet West of the
Flagler Beach, completely furn ton and administrators may rep Southeast corner of the North
I. l.THH CIIUTIT .'OI'UT m resent the estate. of deceased persons :XOTICI Half of Tract 10; running
ished, $5,500 cash. Givens Real. Ki.oiiini, "''In .,:'TII .M niriAi.. and private corporation may TO ALL PKRSO.V8: AND CORPORATIONS North 51 feet. thence West 214

ty 4392035. 6-24-tf rilUtlT. l\ \\n I'Oll KIA- be represented by their olftcer or INTERESTED LYn] feet! thence South S* feet
I 1,1:11: ror.vri. iv ('IUN.mO. \ duly authorlied agents.It HAVING ANY LIEN OR thence East 214 feet to the pointof
% tLAVJU l i. ordered that this notice be \II'ONNY OF TUB LANDS DESCRIBED beginning; In the North Half
NIMROD Camping Trailers for DIXON published\ each week for two conecutlve HEREIN: 'of Tract 10 Block D. Section
I'l+&intlIT. YOU ARE IIKRKRY NOTIFIEDthat South Range
week! In The Flagler Tribune 11.
Sale. Moody's Pharmacy, Bun. MAr""NOTH'H. a newspaper published inFlagler the CITY OF FLAULER 31 l.tnrlIB i Development
1 nell. May 13-tf LILLIE IIXON.Pefendant.. County, Florida. BEACH has filed its bill of complaint Company's Allotment a*
Date of first publication July IS. In the above named Court per plat filed with the Clerkof
i TO IFF'Frl) A. I>. 1 5.Hy to foreclose delinquent' special the Circuit Court of Flag.
: COX's UPHOLSTERY, BunnellFla. IN TUB NUll OK THU 8TATK order of Hoard of Supervisors, assessments with I Interest and ler County. Florida.
OF FLORIDA: A. II. JOHNSTON, President. allies, upon the parcel of land Amount of Special A**
Hwy. 11, will pick up and 'TO: Sgt. le David Dixon Attest: set forth In the following schedule assessment -..._,-.-..I 111.09
deliver all furniture free. For RA S30IHJO O. F. I.FORD, Secretary. the aggregate amount of such
(Comnanv KKlrst July 15-IJ-JtcNOTICK special assessment. Interest and PARCF.L :*t Mil Kit SIX _.
sample material and prices on 1ST UI penalties against said respectlvaparcels Beginning at a point za reel
labor 2fith Infantry IS MEREST GIVEN of West and 16< feet North of the
call
4373673. April 22-tf Ft. Kenning. n..orarl"YOU that the undersigned! desiring to said bill of cplain being set Southeast AUK HKRKHY: NOTIFIEDtat engage In business at Ilunnell, opposite such parcel In the tlr following of Tract 10. running West
SEPTIC TANK cleaning; drain a I'otltlotV for Modification Of Florida. under the name of RUN schedule, to-wit: lt.1t thence North 58 feet
final Decree heretofore entered inthis NKU.: MOTOR IXrxJK. << and RUN IMItCKI. *l'MIIKH ONE thence East 214 feet thence
I fields installed; snail shell. Reasonable cause hits been filed against NKl. RKSTAURANT AND COF Being a part of the North Half South 68 feet to the point of
prices. Call Jaroz you by LiLLIE MAW IUXON. and FEE SHOP, Intend to register the of Hectlon' It. Township 12 beginning In the North Half of
George
you lire hereby notified and re* aid name with the Clerk of the South Range 21 East and more Tract to. Block 1) Section I1,
I ID 7.3410 8-1-tf 4 eadingtto field your Answer of 'Ircult Court of Flagler County, particularly described a* follow Township 12 South. Range 31
l Petition In the
Florida *: Beginning at a point East In the Bunnell Develop
i I' Ice of the Cleric of the Circuit NAOt ARRAHAM. where the North line of said ment rn Allotment a*
CONSTIPATED? Court In and for Flagler County. 7.UNA MUZYKA Section 13 Intersect the Easter per plat i.nI'.w the Clerkof
To prove rilUN-EVAC containing Florida, at his office In Ilunnell. Weinstein Weinberg Weinstein I ly boundary of the 500 foot the Circuit Court of Flagler
t'rune, Fig A Senna l. world' Florida Answer, and to serve a copy of I. lly Richard Weinberg rlght-of-wr Florida In* County Florida.Amount .
flmo-o-thest best and most natural such or pleading upon Attorney for Registrant tracoastal Waterway, accordingto of Special Assessment .
laxative Paul It. Stern whose address SS Orange Plat recorded In Plat Book
hurrr toMOODY'S Street .
__ _f 116.00PARCEL
PHARMACYfor IIra'IlI, tronarh Judge and $ rlda 4 at Page K of the Public Rec
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I'o.t 01 nOT 8.1512494toell
July ord of Flagler County Florida XUMI1KR 9KVKVLot
generous FREE SAMPLE or Beach Florida Itefendant'a and running thence South 15*
11 Block Sunrise
2.
orney, on or before the ISth day
for 7Jo. Over *
10 tablet 1.000,000 3C 14 East along "said East
Beach Subdivision being subdivision
a
old each of August. ltd, a* required by .
I year. erly boundary, a
of North Flagler Beach
the law of Florida and the FlorIda -
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distance of 1137.17
Mules of Civil Procedure. IF JPlaglrr (TribunrBt'NJtKLL. feet to the Flagler County. Florida and
Southerly boundary of Block 4T
YOU comprising all of Lot 7. Section
KAIL TO DO SO A ItKCRKBHO
JOHNSTON'SFUIGLER ( CONKHSSO WILL II H KM- as shown by Amended Plat of 33. and all of Lot 1. Section 36
KURD. AOAINST YOU FOR TUB FLOHIDi, Venice Park recorded la Plat Township 11 South Range 31
Hook S at Page 51 of the Pub East as died In the office of the
BEACH REALTY CO. IKMKK: DEJIANDKU IN SAID
lie Record of Flagler
County Clerk of the Circuit Court of
KT1TIOV.: .
MRS. M a FULLER. Editor Florida thence North 67* *
LOTS HOMES OCEAN FRONT 27 4 Flagler Florida, In
The Klagler Tribune' Bunnell.
East, Southerly boun* f Plat Book bags, of the
Florida la hereby decimated\ asthe :onfoet: 1. .
WATER FRONT FARMS d 67 distance 01'
ry a of
Public Record
which this Notice' D.*lgaate4 newspaper fee all FlaglerCounty.
Ir'b: published 1554.27 feet to the Florida.Amount .
ACREAGE once a week forfour Legal A+feHUlagFntsred boundary ,
w..t.rl"l ol Special As.ssessm.nt -
consecutive week oritIP rIt
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See iu for you real estate need: W1TNKS.S my hand and seal of thence 13. f 100.IJ
along the
()lace at nunntll. Flakier County. a* second class matter westerly boundaryof
Office Phone HE 9.2242 Flagler
Florida this tth day of July 10UttlctE2 February .. HIS. at the po.tI of 471.11 feet Avenue a distance In addition to the amount Mtoppo.U.
to Intereee
Residence Phones ID 7.3691 ( A uSMYTIiS. offlte at Bunnell. Florida. under tlon with the North an line of each parcel of land In the
foregoing schedule Interest andpenalties
Act of March 3 1ITJIOTICH <
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or ID 7.3517 Clerk of the Circuit Court In I aid Section' It: thence South as provided by law on
s47' 04 West along the such delinquent taxes and
,, and for PlagUr Florida specialaeeessnunU.
l1tunJ\\ North line of said Section
By Julia O.e fear ,2.311 a distance of 1S14.1I feet to the IS. together with a proportionate
part of the costs and
Deputy ClerkJuly 41s.reatha: __1JJ'
1S-11-JI Aug. I 4te I point of beginning of this descript < expenses of ,this suit are sought
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KXCEITINO HOW to be enforced and foreclosed In
KVKR. that part of Block 14
this suit.You
OK AI'PMCATIOX FOR TAX: DEED
Notice I is hereby given that K. holder of the of the Amended Plat of Venice are hereby notified to ap.
following Tax Kale Certificate, has t'I'l.said : I 'e.'te for a tax deed Rook Park It aa at described In Deal pear and make your defense to
RUBE SSt to be Issued thereon. The certificate number and year of Issuance, Public Records Pare of terO&the said bill of complaint on er be*

the description are as follow of the: property, and the name In which It was assessed t,. Florida. Bearing referred f 1145..re the and Seth If you day fall of to July A. D.,

to the True Meridian and par.eel or before said date the dal1lOw1
Certificate No. 11; Tear of Issuance Mil. containing 171
Description of Property: Lot 14. Block 4, Artesla Subdivision. Itf) EXCEPTING TUB acrve.FOLLOW.AL- be taken a* confessed by you and
Assessed toe Qu.-Ess Laboratories, Inc. ISO: Property described you will be barred from there*
In addition to the above the following tax ale certificate ar* following recorded on the after contesting said suit and
outstanding on said property) the Publle Records conveyanceson said respective Parcel of land will
Cerllleat N*. Year 11.1'.. ler County. Florida of Flag be sold by decree of said court for
It 1W Stanley K. Novak non-payment of said taxes and asesement -
0. R. Book 1. Pair 111: Deed' .
lien
14 UU O. 1". Alford and Interest and
hook II. Pare til Dd Book
it 1MO 0. F. Alford It. Pave Soi; peed; Hook 80. this altbereo.stiltIN .. and the eosU ef '1
Prompt Service IT ll.T 0. F. Alford Page 171 Deed Book I*.
Said property being located In the County. of Flagler, State of Florida. IU: O. R. Hook t. Page Page 114 hereunto WITNESS WHEREOF. I have
Unless said certificate are redeemed according to law the property Book It. set my hand and affliedcl
The Flagler Tribune described above will be sold to the highest bidder at the Courthouse Rook It. Pare 171 0. R.: llook Deed the omdal seal said Court this
door. Dunnell. Flag ter County, on the first Monday In the month of f. Pare l7j a R. Book 25th day of June A. D_ 194l!

August 1W. which I* the 2nd. A yAor August B 115.R. IUi l>*.0.J li 0. n. nook -- **..I.. (SEAL) EMIL of JL the 8MTTHE2rk Circuit Court
hook
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Phone IDlewood 73282Baanell Clerk of Circuit Court of Deed Book 57. Page 211: 0.I"R: faster; County Florida

Florida Flagler County Florida Book 2. l's,. 507' Deed l3onk By Julia' It Harvey I IU

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Best Way To-l entire area. The specialist says this method, runners can be!,I you decide on, be sure to water -' United States currency, whether -
tests show that grass roots may either above or below the newly planted lawn) a $1 note or $100, costs less
Plant A 'be difficult to establish in native or both, and are grOUnd'j'I dally unless rain occurs. !i than one cent a bill to make.
Lawn soils, especially if it's much pieces and broadcast or
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Which Is the best way to different from that introducedwith I tin rows. I
plant that lawn you've been the sod. Plugging is the planting of I
Like
Good Music?
about?
thinking This difference is greatest two, four Inch circular or block.I
According to Dr. G, C. Horn,'"with sandy soils and sod pro shaped pieces of sod at regu-. We Have It
associate turf technologist with duced on muck soil." The re- lar Intervals. The researchersays
Florida's Agricultural Experiment searcher reports that liberal applications studies show that three orj I Sunday Evening 6 to 10
Stations, "sodding is the should be applied of ten times more planting material -
most expensive method but natural organic or insoluble is needed for this method, Don Thibault Trio ..
you'll get immediate results."synthetic sources of nitrogen. as for sprigging. lie added that''
And it can be done anytime of Sprigging is the most Inex plugs should be placed "at EVELYN'SBar
about the intervals
same as
the
year. pensive vegetative planting
sprigs." and Restaurant
Using this method :1x2 foot method and usually gives the
pieces of sod are laid over the best results. Dr. Horn said. With Whichever planting method Highway AlA 5 Miles So. of Marineland1oIJv8

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i PAGE TEN THE FLAGLER TRIBUNE, BUNNELL,, FLORIDA Thursday, July 22, 1965
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Zinnias i Florida Corn move silk and carefully refold kernels to 3 cups of biscuit mix. fertilizer Is average. lIe reports
ft. Trusty husks. Place corn over hot coals. Follow the recipe on the mix that because of our sandy soils
: MenusGiven Turn frequently for 15 to 20 package but use evaporated and moist climate conditions,
Add Brilliant minutes or until the husks turn milk as the liquid Ingredient. I It's necessary for heavier and
With plenty' of fresh Florida brown and dry. To serve, remove Sprinkle blscuts with paprika more frequent fertilizer applications
Color to Garden corn In the market now, home the husks and butter corn. and bake as usual. ,to plants than it requiresin
: economist offer some interesting For an added flavor treat, I the northern states.
r., Try the trusty zinnia, If you summertime menu suggestions.Corn many barbecue chefs wrap each I Sandy Soils Take Thus, fertilizers are big business
I have about run the gamut of on the cob Is a favorite ear of corn with a strip of ba I In the state. Their use on
; alphabet flower-wise. food for many barbecue en con before replacing the husk. i More Fertilizer lawns, flowers and shrubbery
r These giant, long lasting flow. thusiasts. You don't have to I II I For those who prefer to cook I, account for some $8 million of
.', ers are sure to add brilliant col. I remove the corn husks but do without a husk, place the If you're using about three 50- the $60 million spent yearly for
or to your garden the hot days remove the silk before you cook cleaned corn ear on a piece of pound bags of fertilizer a year, plant nutrients In Florida.
ahead. the corn. Do not tear off husks, aluminum foil about 1 inch don't think you're going over. However, Dr. PrItchett notes
merely fold them down to re- larger than the ear. Spread each board on trying to make your that you may not need 150
If you are hunting for the odd ear with butter and wrap loose home lot more attractive. I pounds for your particular'home.
and the unusual, plant the varieties I ly, leaving an opening with the According to Dr. W. L. Prltch- i The rate of application dependson
". that present contrasting the last root of the plants. Don't foil. Grill for 15 to 20 minutes, ett, soils technologist with the such things as local con.
colors such as the Peppermint sprinkle the leaves of the plant, turning frequently. Serve In Its Florida Agricultural Experiment ditions and size of lawn or
f" Stick and the Ortho Polka. The because you are Inviting trouble own aluminum boat. Stations, 150 pounds of number of plants.
Dark Jewel will produce a flow. from mildew. If this disease If you like curry, try this ----- --
er with twisted and spiky petals. shows up apply either a sulfur corny idea. Melt 3 tablespoonsof

Dahlia Flowered, California dust or a neutral copper spray. butter or margarine in a
Giant and Super' Giant are eye. I For more blossoms, pinch out skillet. Add 2 cups of corn cut I r
I catching zinnias with mam- : the bud of each zinnia plant from the cob and 2 tablespoonseach e ktc qDAP u.
mouth size blossoms., just before you think the plantis of chopped green, pepper
I about to set a single flower and onion. Cover and cook until dee lfOWLd.GctoJt
Zinnias are easy to grow. The bud. This may delay flowering? tender-about 8 minutes. Stir VUR FAMILY
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| main essentials are hot weather : a few days, but it will cause in half cup sour cream. Season NtfDS yOU/ HAVE ...
;i and sunshine. So, select a the plant to send up' two or with quarter teaspoon curry, YOU HAP YOUR
sunny spot for the flower bed. more flowers and add a mas salt and pepper to taste. This ? 6tinq lJGWI,
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I Next, loosen the soil with a sive bank of blossoms rather will serve about 4.
I I spade to a depth of 12 inches than a single color head. For a breakfast change, serve 4YLedcitlpttet
f or more. During the process bet Finally, for fanciest cut flowers corn griddlecakes. To the basic i t -
f t sure to remove Invading tree you have ever seen, try pancake recipe add about 1 cup 1
roots from the bed site. These covering some of your plants of kernels. When served with Gtt
; intruders will give you grief with cheesecloth before the first creamed beef, these tasty griddlecakes .
I later by robbing the flowers of flowers are ready to open. The make an attractive 'D'""'q 'SWte
plant food and ,water, plus filtered. light and protectionfrom brunch or lunch main dish.
stunting growth. Insects make flowers of Biscuits, too take on a new
I size clear color and I when made with
super giant glow corn 437-3325 BUNNELLChevrolet
the bed .
After clearing away I
I superb quality. kernels. Add 1 cup of cooked
site debris, sprinkle the area _______u__ ___ -- --- --- --- -- __ __ ----
with a generous amount of com
mercial fertilizer. Mix the plant .
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food into the soil and rake the ,: .-, bed smooth before seeding. ',' \ \,

Plant the seed no more than
1/8-inch deep and don't firm
the soil too much. In fact, you
can pack the earth with the .
light hose. spray from the garden :


, In warm' soil zinnia seed
I, germinate within a few days .
j and produce an easily identifi .
able seedling that most likely > ""
> outgrows the weeds. However, .,,' '
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for fastest flower growth be sure ; AJ
to pull out the weeds promptly
as they are a hog for water and
I I plant food.

When zinnia seedlings send
forth their first true leaves, thin
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I, them to stand 8 to 10, Inches t
I apart for the small flowered : -I Irr
varieties and a full 18 Inches
:' for the giants. Delayed thinningwill rs
result In stunted growth
and few flowers.To .

overcome the horrors of
wasting the plants that are
thinned, trying planting the
seeds about twice too thick on
half of the seedbed and trans.
1, plant the thinned plants to fill r
the entire bed. This is good r.
garden psychology. Often the
transplants thrive better and
produce flowers quicker than
the undisturbed seedlings.

If you can't bring yourself to
1 1 thinning, then it Is likely the workpoW'er
plants will grow spindlytalland
will fall over when deckedout
with a giant-size blossom.If .
you find yourself In this pre.

dicament something, then to lean give upon.the plants "w lhs" right over bumps and trouble

i Green twine attached to green Independent front suspension takes the "truck" out of truck ride. It
stakes and strung third-thirds
the height of the plants will smooths rough roads, protects truck, driver and cargo from excessive
help the flowering plants to
stand up and wave their blossoms jolting. And on Chevrolet pickups it's a proved system with millionsof

as skyward.to form Space 6-inch the squares.If twineso miles of user experience behind it Try it out on

you have only a few spindly one of Chevrolet's great Fleetskte or Stepside pickups. _
plants perhaps it will be easierto
stake each plant and omit It's one of the big reasons that Chevrolet is

the Inspect maze the of string.zinnia bed each first choice with pickup users from coast to coast NO. 1 WAY TO WORK

afternoon. If there Is the slightest .
sign of drooping leaves, flood Telephone your Chevrolet dealer about any type of truck
I the soil, wetting It well below

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O. F. ALTORD

Real Estate Bt9iIten4 Broker ., HALL-TUMLIN CHEVROLET COMPANY

i I BunntlL Florida TELEPHONE ID 7-3131 BUNNELL FLORIDA

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