The Flagler tribune
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 Material Information
Title: The Flagler tribune
Physical Description: Newspaper
Language: English
Publisher: s.n.
Place of Publication: Bunnell Fla
Creation Date: August 5, 1965
Publication Date: -1981
Frequency: weekly
Subjects / Keywords: Newspapers -- Bunnell (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Flagler County (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Genre: newspaper   ( marcgt )
newspaper   ( sobekcm )
Spatial Coverage: United States -- Florida -- Flagler -- Bunnell
Coordinates: 29.4675 x -81.256944 ( Place of Publication )
Dates or Sequential Designation: Began in 1917?
Dates or Sequential Designation: -69th year, no. 36 (Sept. 3, 1981).
General Note: Mrs. M.B. Fuller, editor.
General Note: Description based on: Vol. 43, no. 20 (June 2, 1955).
Funding: Funded by NEH in support of the National Digital Newspaper Project (NDNP), NEH Award Number: PJ-50006-05
 Record Information
Source Institution: University of Florida
Holding Location: University of Florida
Rights Management: All rights reserved. Board of Trustees of the University of Florida
Resource Identifier: aleph - 001024369
oclc - 33425664
notis - AFA6237
lccn - sn 95047251
System ID: UF00079914:00291
 Related Items
Preceded by: St. Johns tribune
Succeeded by: Palm Coast news
Succeeded by: Flagler/Palm Coast news-tribune

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Men Meet WithCommissioners j I:i FRIDAY EVENING Observes Fifty I Rev. Thomas Pinner said today I,! Bunnell To BeSoon
II The Bible School Commence. |I
j I his topic for the worship I II t
I|I ment will be at the First Bap- Years In Korona i hour Sunday morning will be
'list Church Friday evening at I I "Judas Was a Good Man." I I .'
Several years ago the State.8 o'clock. Rev. Tom Pinner said John Cyzycki will celebratehis New maps of the City of Bun- ,
Board The evening topic will be; >
of Health declared that
50 of
today. year anniversary coming -
nell are scheduled to be ready
waters In Flagler county conS Korona 8 with "The Word Made Flesh. I 1 I I III
I August a
The public is invited to at It for delivery within the next two
talng oysters was polluted and dinner party at the Bunnell t'weeks
I tend. { members of the Phillips
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could not be taken I I II
therefore Restaurant. Present with him Postmasters of I Wine & Associates Survey said I III
commercially or privately under I will be his family which includeshis .
Members of the
Monday night.
the law. Three men of the Health I''Former Resident daughter Kay with her husband I Bunnell and Beach i I|II firm were present at the meet- P';
Board met wit hthe Board of I Ir [ Dr. Joseph Panella and
< ing of the Commission Monday
County Commissioners Mondayto Howard Stumph of their children Joseph Jr.. Mary Attend Seminar night for corrections and ap-
explain the reason. I f r (
Kay and Margie. '
'proval of the maps.,
They said the pollution came Jacksonville Dies A son, Steve Cyzycki and his Postmasters Rufus Miller of ;"
from boats passing along the 'I wife Vickie and their children Flagler Beach and Ray Mercer 1 I II }I Phillips Wine and Asociatcs :I j"
intracoastal waterway and from j i Howard Joseph Stumph Jr., a Gary and Bonnie Korona. of Bunnell were among the over j of Daytona Beach have recently '

animals-principally cows- along 'I retired railway mall clerk who A son, Ted T. Cyzycki with I I. 300 Florida postmasters who at. !I| purchased the maps end survey '
the banks of the canal. i i lived at 7135 Beach Boulevardin his wife Delores and their son tended the first posmasters'i records of the Late D. D. Moody .I'
The men agreed however to, Jacksonville died early Tues Michael. Also Mrs. L. : training seminar in Gainesville from W. H. Simmons who ac '.
take more samples of the waters day morning at his home following I'mother of Mrs. Cyzycki Edwards'l,, Monday and Tuesday at the !quired the survey firm from the ,,
In the northeastern section ; a long illness. Mr. I Ormond. University of Florida. I Moody Estate. The City had I

of the county and make further i I Stumph was a former resident Daughter Jessie with her hus- "This seminar was an Ideal contracted with Moody to make
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recommendations to the comimlssioners. i of Bunnell and was married to band William Malone and opportunity for postmasters to the map ,ready for deliverylast

I j I the former Freda Osborn of Bun. i their children William Jr., Jan further their postal knowledge summer. Following his death
Citizens here do not understand I I I nell.Mr. 1 and Patrick of Sarasota.A and management techniques," I the contract was renewed with '

why beds in adJacent' Stumph was born inGirard Dr. Victor Carlisle, with Mr. Mercer said "The full two Simmons, and they are now "
counties are open:, and that Is Kans., and had lived In his son wife Dorothy and their : days were devoted to classesand being completed by the new .'
why the Health board men were Jacksonville since 1922 coming daughters Marsha. Susl and i study to Improve postal ,I. owners who have a survey of. I'
requested to meet and explain.In here from Cleveland. lIe wasa Patl of Gainesville.Mr. service. The personal expense flee here.
other action the board member of the Gateway Incident to the seminar was
with his the
wife, The Commissioners approvedthe
awarded to Gordon and Dupont Baptist Church. American Legion borne by the Individual post.
late Mrs. and
Cyzycki, one
application for the building
Post 88 and National Postal d
contract to install heating equip muter and was a voluntary
daughter came to Korona In permits by Been' Home Inc. The
Association. He I
ment in the nearly completed) I training program.
August 1915 from Chicago. lie Jacksonville
juvenile shelter at a price of entered the Railway Mall Ser to Florida because of his Mr. Mercer said It was "backto : company plan to
build 2 three bedroom home
vive in 1926 at the Jacksonville
$564.42.: The. system will use school" for them as they
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health, which he soon regained.He .
In the Bratcher Estate Subdivision
oil for heating.A terminal: he also served In Key lived In the dormitory, ate at
West. Bunnell and St. Augustine.In planted potatoes, truck. the school cafeteria and used on Deen Road. The new ,
board of equalization was ,
farmed and worked at the '
1932 he returned to Jacksonville I homes will be constructed on j
opened and held until adjourn. Moundgrove Fruit Co. until 1923 classrooms at the university.The Erie Street
ment at 3 o'clock with no person and was promoted to a when he began operation of a IChool'opentd Monday
protesting 1965 property as- supervisor's position as clerk In poultry and egg farm which he with a general session for all The Commission also discussed I
essments. charge of a crew and later to operated until his retirement postmasters by Reginald Gladden I the way and financing of #
Agreed to uk for bids on a foreman. He retired as fore- several years am.Mr. of Atlanta, and closed Tues the construction of the water I'J

Insurance of county property, man. Cyzycki came from Poland day afternoon 'with a general ,treatment plant which would I r
-the board ,to provide* pedflcacatlon ':.!urv1' 4nciua9.nlA ,widow to- trnil$ d'SUIes'in 190710> easioiu. Dr. .Deltprt Scudder, cost around, fifty, to, sixty .thou .
Mrs. Freda E. Stumph three head of the of R.Urton'of
*. ; eating In Chicago. He resided Dept sand dollar rattier than the
Gave the board approval to daughters. Mrs. Maynard Roger there until his move to Korona. the university, was guest speak estimated ..000. They also
pay mileage one round trip to and Mr*. G. R. Gleason both of lie organized the Pollsh-American er "Customer Relations." approved the trial rate No. 5
Jacksonville to Mrs. Mary Smith Oakland California and Mrs. Club there and served as a Each postmaster was scheduled for water which would Increasethe
supervisor of registration, to attend Elmer Sakel Ft. Wayne, Ind.; member of the Flagler County for five one a half hour mlnlnum rate of $3.00 per
convention of supervisors two ion. Howard J. Jr.. and Democratic Executive Commit. classes on subject such as General I month to $440 for the first three

Approved the tentative budget Norman Frederick Stumph, both tee several years. lie Is 76 yearsof Accounting: or Cashbook, i thousand gallon The next 7
as advertised and Instructed the of Jacksonville. Also surviving age. Mall Classifications, filing Records thousand would be 40 cent per
clerk to forward it to the state are eleven grand children and disposal Personal, Delivery| thousand; next 40 thousand to
comptroller for approval. great' grand children. i Service and the the Postal cents per thousand} and the
Discussed road, bridge and Funeral arrangement are In I Manuel. 136 50 thousand at 30 cent

drainage problems, and wentto charge of Estes-Krauss Funeral TB Association per thousand. The rate was a-
Lake Dtsston to Home In Jacksonville. Arrangements I !
survey pro- proved subject to the referendum
posed right of way for a paved were not complete at I'' Helps ResearchDr. Tomatoes Are of the voters in the up.

road from S. 306 to the lake. press time.State I'I coming special election.
I Edward W. Swenson. associate Excellent FoodServed
professor of medicine at I
Nominating Group Retail Sales i the University of Florida Collegeof raw or cooked, whole,1

Medicine, was presented witha sliced or diced tomatoes add a'' DevelopmentCommission I
Is Named By ClubThere Shown Increasing ; check recently for $8,000 from touch of glamour to any meal. .
Dr. Max Michael, Jr., chairman Tomatoes excellent ;
are an : Men
were 16 members Sale at retail In Florida Increased
of the Florida Tuberculosis and
s source of Vitamin A and C and
when the Flagler Senior Citizens by about one-third, well I
Respiratory Disease Associationcommittee 1 low in calories
according to Will Meet HereAn
dub met Tuesday evening above the national average increase medical and
on nurs Florida Agricultural Extension
August 3, In Community Hall during a recent flve-year
ing education and research. Service home economist open meeting' of the Florida .
period the Florida State Chamber 'I
at the Municipal Building Flag
The is of Commission
money part a total For eating enjoyment In a Development
of Commerce
ler Beach. Mrs. Lucy Dearing. report commitment of $39,000 which salad, it 1 Is sometimes better to I II scheduled to be held here r

Flagler Beach, was welcomed "A reported by the Census of the association has pledged overa peel tomatoes. To peel easily Thursday, August 17. at the
into the club as a, new member.A BUliMIa for 1963, sale at Florida five-year period to help support pierce the tomato with a fork Civic Center, Charles E. Creal.
nominating committee composed retail stores totaled $74 bit- the Christmas Seal Asso and hold It over an open flame president of Citizen Bank of
of Walter Oral, chairman lion 30 per cent over the prior ciations' Chair In Pulmonary until the akin burst Then Bunnell, said today.
Mr*. Mildred Sergeant and Mrs census covering the year 1868. Diseases. This chair In pulmonary gently pull away the skin witha The purpose of the meeting
Marjorie !loose, was selected topresent This gain placed Florida In sixth disease is occupied by Dr. knife. it was stated 1* to discus the
a slate of officers for theclub's Swenson and established In economic of the
position among the SO state Stuffed tomatoes are a summertime
1965-G6 year to be voted The U.S. average Increase wa 1962 b ythe Florida TB and RD favorite Fill the scooped area. Mr. Creal t said I is hoped

upon In October. 22 per dent."Changes Association to help meet' the out tomato with one cup of a large representation of c.'J-
r, Following a potluck supper, in sale of principal present urgent need tor advancement our cream combined with one. ten of the county will be present
the members had their usual of medical education and for the meeting which will
, type of stores In the state half envelope of onion of onion
songfest after which card games Indicate the direction the state's research In the field of chronic soup mix. Add one peeled and be held at It 30 P. Jot

were enjoyed; until adjournment.The growth Is taking. Obviously the I respiratory diseases. diced avocado and a dash of This 1 fa one of a number of
dub voted to meet at the meeting which I Is
effect of the tourist dollar show I pepper sauce. !, urea
clubroom August 17 Instead of up In spending patterns."Food I "Restaurants and other eating For a zesty barbecue dish, I held by the commission.
having a picnic or other out-ot-
store, with sale totaling places rang up $474 million, up mix tomatoes and cooked corn
doors meeting as had been'
posed. pro. $18 billion in 1963. were '29 per cent and drinking place In a buttered casserole. Sprinkle CIGARETTE TAX
I up 33 per cent; automotive deal Increased 7 per cent to reach $081 with a little salt, pepper', and
ers' sales totaled $1.6 billion, up million. Package store sales' buttered crumb. Heat until REBATE RECEIVED
FIRST METHODIST 48 per cent; and gasoline service came to $19-1 million, up 29 per piping hotPrepare The municipalities of Flagler

SUNDAY SERVICE .: stations came to $000 million, centThe tomatoes for frying by county have received the following
Sunday school will be held at up 42 per cent."Department furniture store total I dipping thick slice In egg and amounts from the State
9:45: A.M. Morning worship at I store sale totaled came to $358: million, up 9 per bread crumb Fry until got Beverage Dept tot their part of
11 o'clock. I $376 million in 1963. up 85 cent and the drug store total den brown. cigarette tales collected duringthe
"Our Source of Courage" will 1 per cent and limited price variety was $286 million up 30 per cent For a flavor treat with steak month of June:
be the sermon subject of the I store sold good worth The only major group showinga I or fish try marinated tomatoe Bunnell, S3.m31.
pastor Rev. E. E. S ow. The r $174 million, an Increase of 48 I drop Included' stores selling For best result let the mixture Beverly Beach $110.60.

Scripture text will be: "But.t per cent Specialty clothing construction materials. Sale*'stand tor an hour or so, so the I Flagler Beach $J.4 UL
David encouraged himself In the store had sale of $396 million'came to $331: million down 19' tomato and marinade can blend Painter Hill. $ltS2.Marlntland. .
Lord his God." 1 Samuel 30:6. up 7 per cent. per cent" flavor $17130.

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How to Recognize Plentiful Foods estimate for grapes is not yet I er

available, this crop, too, prom I. I

Poisonous Plants Listed for AugustA ises to be record large. In most I

abundant supply will be Thompson
"Leaflets three, let It be." ThisIs look Into agriculture's crys Call On Us
a good rule to follow if you tal ball shows these foods will seedless grapes. I

are susceptible to poison ivy. be in generous supply during I f I And look for 7 to 8 percent

August-fresh plums, grapes, !I
more broiler fryers on the mar- I
So, be careful cleaninga I
broiler fryers and frozen concentrated
wooded lot, lake margin or orange Juice. ket this August than last, days j

a fence row !near the house. Plums are the featured itemon extension poultrymen. Reason- I -

th U.S. Dept. of Agriculture's able retail prices make this a When
Poison ivy is a vine that choice for bar I
happy backyard
climbs fence posts, trees and August list of plentiful foods. and ,
becues picnics. ;
even some ornamentals. It clingsto Plums, always good for eating .. ,

the surface by small roots out of hand, may also be usedto Just as fortunate are the new ; ',.

along the stems. The plant Is' add interest to salads and low prices for frozen orange

easily recognized by the three; desserts. A plum salad makesa juice. Orange juice is one the

leaflets at the top of a long; delightful summer time treat plentiful list for the second successive '

stalk. I say home economists with the month after a long You Need

Botanists say the three leaf: Florida Agricultural Extension sence due to the Florida

Idea will eliminate many harm. : Service. 'of several years ago). ab-I
Instead of using water in I'
less plants but will keep you,
making your favorite gelatin For an August wedding
,safe from poison ivy and poison I dessert, substitute either cannedor 'I tion ,or patio party, try this recipe

oak.Poison fresh fruit juice. Then as the 'I for orange.cranberry punch.It .
ivy causes an itch-
gelatin thickens, add diced fresh serves 25. Dissolve 3 poundsof
better known as dermatitis by
plums.Or orange gelatin note, that's GOODPrinting

the uptown gardeners. make a hot plum cake. Puta I pounds, so check package

Regardless of the name, you'llprobably layer of fresh plum quarters I weight) and 1% pounds sugar

claw the Itching places in.' a well greased baking dish. I (4 cups) in one gallon of hot I
until they ooze a colorless fluid
Add yellow cake batter. Bake I water. Add 1 quart concentrated
which spreads the poison. according to cake Instructions. .orange juice and 3 quarts of
Some people get this skin ailment I
Serve warm with whipped creamor cranberry juice. Stir in enough
by touching poison ivy or ice cream topping. cold water to make 5 gallons

handling items-such as, toolsor Although the official crop about 2% gallons water). Chill
pets-that have been in con
and serve over crushed ice. (One
tact with the plant. Others geta word of caution, however. This

good case of dermatitis by punch has a tendency to become

walking through the smoke of CLASSIFIEDADS thick and syrupy when held below .

burning ivy stems or leaves.A than
40 degrees for longer
few, folks swear that they 6 to.8 hours, so plan accord.
catch the itch via fog droplets inguly). I

drifting past ivy plants.
Mild cases of dematitls can Listings under this heading oreS
cents a word each Insertion. IX THK CIRCUIT COURT orFI.A.GI.tR OFFICE FORMS
be treated with home remedies. 75 cents. the minimum charge COUNTY. FLORIDAIX
These Include a shower using IRENE CIIANCKRY BECKER. NO. 5051

strong soap, or a paste of baking FOR SALE TIRES 650x15 used Plaintiff. ENVELOPESINVOICES

soda. Several remedies are one month, price $40; 9 piece ROBERT MERLIN BECKER.Defendant.

available at the drug store.If I dinlngroom suite, price $35. 'NOTICE TO DKKRND
a sizable part of your bodyis :Phone 4392283. 8-5-ltc THE STATE
affected, consult a physicianas SIT Redmond Street

ivy poison can be quite seri FOR SALE-New Tractor Parts, You New are Brunswick hereby ,notified New Jersey that a

running gear, etc. All parts suit has been filed against you In LETTER HEADS
ous.There the above entitled and
cause; you
are a number of, other guaranteed. Save yourself 20 are hereby required to rlhr.o'8'o an-
poisonous plants around the per cent. W. Ed Lee, Phone 437 aver with the Cleric ,
and to serve a copy thereof upon
home. One is the oleander.If 3935, P.O. Box 371, Bunnell.. the plaintiff or plalntlffa attorney, BUSINESS CARDSSTATEMENTS
whose name and address la:
you try to rid your propertyof 8-5:ltp RAY SEWN ., .
oleanders by burning,' don't Selden Building I
Dayton lieach. Floridanot
FOR SALE Nice Dresses for
Inhale the smoke. Smoke from later than September (th, A. D.
school girls 10 to 16 1965.If.
age very
this toxic is fatal
plant as as you fall to do 'o. decree pro
low low prices. Many other bar.
a death chamber.All confeiio will be entered against!
gains. Woman's Club Thrift you for the relief demanded in the
parts of the plant are bill of complaint. The nature 01: BILL
Shop, across the street from post said suit being for divorce. HEADS '
poisonous if eaten. One leaf con WITNESS my hand and teal of "
tains enough poison to kill an office, Flagler Beach. Open eachFriday aid Court thla trd day of August
A. D. 19S.
12:30 to 4:30' P.M.
adult. Dry leaves are as deadlyas (Official Real) E. A. SMYTHE RULED FORMS
8.5-ltp I Clerk of laid Circuit Court
green leaves. By Julia R...Harvey
Eating frankfurters roasted on I .. Cl.r k
FOR SALE-22' Cris-Craft Sport. August I.1!-11-E5- toputy
oleander stems may force you fisherman, 115 H.P. Chrysler Motor TICKETS and TAGS
to take a sudden trip to the hos ,head and galley, sleeps 2, COUNTY, FLORIDA
pital. Eating part of the plant IX CHANCKHY NO. BONMDOROTHY
ship'' to shore radio, fathometer, PAGE

may send you on a one way outriggers, bait ,box, anchor, etc. .. Plaintiff.'

trip to the cemetery. Completely equipped for off JOHN PAGE' CIRCULARSANNOUNCEMENTS

Oleander poison may cause shore' $1,000. Rods and Reels NOTICE TO Defendant DKKKKD

only nausea, dizziness, drowsiness and tackle extra, can be seen at TilE BTATB OF FLORIDA. TO

or a decreased pulse rat Sing's Fish Camp, Hwy. AlA. Al JOHN til Broad PAGE Street :

Acute symptoms include irregular Zamba, 211 6th St. N. 4392119. You Keyport are hereby New notified Jersey that a .' ,

heart action, unconscious. 7-29-2tp suit has been filed against you In
the above entitled cause; and you
ness, respiratory paralysis and
are hereby required to file your answer *
death. The toxic properties of I IIELP WANTED-Permanent' job with the Clerk of this Court

the plant are from two gulcos for general office worker. Pal the and plaintiff to serve or a plaintiff copy thereof* attorney upon, .

cides-nerlosld and oleandro- Parker's Real Estate 2284 South whose RAY name 8ELDRNSelden and add,... 1'1: (;.>)

side. AlA Highway, Flagler Beach. Building
I I Daytona Beach. Floridanot We Don't Do The Most ::
Glorlosa, or climbing lily,,contains WANTED-Acreage and lot listIngs later than August 11. A.D. IMS.
( The If you fall to do ao, decree pro .
a deadly poison. plant
. in Flagler County. Sun confeiuo will be entered against .
contains a mixture of alkaloids, you for the relief demanded In the
State Realty, Charles Trad, asloclate bill of complaint The nature of *
chiefly colchicine. This high. ,- 745 Main Street, Day. aid suit being for divorce. PRINTING
speed poison acts fast and death WITNESS my hand and seal of
. tona Beach. Plu 255-5242, res!- aid Court this loth day of July
;t has been known to occur in 4 A. D. 1165.tomelal '
: dence 2551791. Heal) !:. A. SMTTHE f
hours after eating a tuber of Clerk of Mid Circuit Court ;'

I' the gloriosa. COrs UPHOLSTERY, Bunnell, By Julia R. Harvey Clerk But We Do Some of the Best 4-
These are only three of the Fla Hwy 11, will pick up and July n.st A Au.u.f'f,> to ,

score or 'more toxic plants that deliver all furniture free. For IX TUB CIRCUIT COPS OF

grow around Florida home. ,I sample material and prices on J1'LAGI.ICROtTXTY.IX CIIANCKUY NO.,M2 FLORIDA
steads. Don't become alarmedand I labor call 4373673. 7-1-tf FRANCES McDONAOH.

chop down all your plants, Plaintiff
because continue to FOR SALE-3 bedroom home in ALEXANDER THOMAS
you can enjoy
Flagler Beach, completely furn McDONAQH.
all your ornamentals, if you Defendant.
fished $5,500 cash. GIvens Real. I NOTICB TO IIKrKXU
curb the habit of chewing leavesor i THE STATE OF FLORIDA, TO:
twigs of plants. ty, 4392035. 6-24-tf Alexander Thomas McDonald Dial
>U South Ird Street 4373282The
SEPTIC TANK Brooklyn New York
cleaning; You are hereby notified that a
fields Installed; snail shell. Reasonable > suit has been flleVt against you In
the above entitled cause; and you
dljr; JflagUr (UrtbunrIIUJVIfELL. prices. Call George Ja- are hereby required to file your answer -
Togs ID 7-3410 8.1.12JOHNSTON'S with the Clerk of this Court
and to
serve a ropy thereof upon
FLORIDA ,, the plaintiff or plaintiff attorney "I ...;. !..
XN whose name and address la: .
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MRS. Ma FULLER.: Editor: Iden Building' f
Dayton Beach Florida,
r' Deel.*.... ..wa,..er *.. allLecal FLAGLER BEACH REALTY CO. not later than August 11 A. 1)1165. :
,' LOTS. HOMES OCEAN FRONT If you fall to do ao, decree pro
Advertkl. confeieo will b. entered against
WATER FRONT, FARMS you for the relief demanded In the
bill of complaint. The nature of
Entered aa second matter ACREAGE aid cult being for divorce.
.. : the
February IMS. poet. WITNESS hand seal of
See tu let real estate needs my and
at Bunnell. Florida, under year
wet aid Court this' 20th day of July
ct March .. 1W Office Phone HE 9-2242 A. IX 1165.OteelalClerk. ; Flagler TribunePAGE

Residence Phones ID 7-3691 ( of said Circuit Court

0. .year...--'t.IA 52.558Lz or ID 7-S17 By Julia R.Deputy Harvey Clerk

Jill ly n.st It August 5.12-41s

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equipment and radioactive Iso '
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Too Late topes. I'
The x-ray film Is used at the r
rate of 4,000 square yards a,I WE GIVE Quantity Rights lY
Classify month and as in the case of I. Reserved ;
all film emulsion it is coated in I! ***
HT Russell Kerr a silver bromide compound.The TOP Prices Good ; k

.. According to Science News Let tiny amount of silver that 1 Ii: '
Thurs. Fri., Sat.,
ter, when President Johnson's was formerly washed down the I VALUE SUPER MARKET (
proposal to eliminate silver from drain during the developing I & Mon.
dimes, quarters and possiblyhalf process, is now reclaimed. Now I STAMPS Aug. 5, 6, 7, 9
dollars becomes law we' the used developing fluid passes I 1965
\ will find ourselves playing witha through a recovery unit de- 103 SOUTH RAILROAD
new kind of funny money. I' veloped by the airline scientistsand -
the silver is extracted from U. S. D. A. CHOICECHUCK
The new coins will be made I
the solution and
75 percent nickel alloy sand. deposited on by two electrolysis small discs.I
wiched around a pure copper I When the discs are well covered ROAST Ib 49
core. They will weigh seven percent with silver they are removed. I.
less than our present coins I Scientists and engineers in
I and should last considerably other industries are following
longer. this experiment and if It con-
We must find some answer to tinues to show success similar I
the silver shortage problem as operations will be Introduced in PORK
the present supply on hand at other plants throughout the ROAST Ib 5S t
the Treasury Dept. will be depleted country.
in three years and the Black calcite, a common min.
dwindling supply Is too limitedto eral, once considered useless, AZALEA (SMOKED)
permit continued use in coins. may prove to be another sourceof
The metal sandwich will have silver salvage. Three mineral
almost the same appearance as I'researchers have reported that PICNICS I Ib 39 ;
our present coins but there will incent studies black calcite has
been found to contain rich
be one distinguishing feature, a ,
copper edge which It is believed quantities of silver invisible to FIRST CUTPORK I'
\ will make them more difficult the naked eye. By dissolvingthe
to counterfeit. calcite in certain acids,
The electromagnetic character samples from Utah, Nevada, CHOPS Ib 49 "
istics of the proposed coins Arizona and New Mexico were
would duplicate those of the 90 found to contain 200 to 1,500
per cent silver coins, permittingtheir ounces- per ton. If methods can
use in the nation's twelve developed to profitably re- U.S. D. A. Choice Ib World's Best
million slot machines move the silver from calclte
the one-armed bandits.Inc1udln'l and the efforts of industry prove
The shortage of silver has successful: for general use it ;
science scratching Its head and should help in solving our present -
looking about for new sources silver problem. u. s. D. A. Choice Ib Fla. Grade "A" (Pan Ready) r
of the metal and right here in $ 79
Florida a major airline is experimenting Subscribe to The Hogier Trttran FAMILYSTEAKI9FRYERS 5 tb Bag 1
in its Miami plant S2JO A Year la Advance Cut.Up I
,where technicians are successfully : I _
"mining silver1 at Inter.,
national Airport.
Large quantities of film are KMtWYWt GIANT SIZE WILSON HERSHEY
used daily in making inspec OmffSUCBBHJHINKTH ....'
tions of their aircraft structures YOUR TIDE BAKE-RITE SUGAR
and engine interiors,with x-ray '

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The final summer meeting of

the Flagler Woman's Club will Peanut Buttermilk
I be held Wednesday, August 11 rVlOODYjBLVD, & CENTRAL AV& FLflGLEH BfeACH
at 9:30 A. 1L at the clubhouse.
I President Emily Gage urges Recipe Is GivenMilk PRICES GOOD THURS., FRI., SAT. QUANTITY RIGHTS

I members to be present as important and peanut butter-two AUGUST 5, 6, 7, 1965 RESERVED
business will be disdiscussed. favorites of the grade school
STORE, HOURS-MON. Thru THURS. 8 a. m.-6 p. m. FRI. SAT. 8 a. m. 7 p. m..
I, : set-can be combined into a
At the July business meeting summertime drink for the OPEN SUNDAY 9 A. M. 1 P. M.
it was voted to send a letter to I youngsters.

; the Flagler Beach City CommIs- Home economists with the FLA. GRADE "A" U. S. CHOICE GRADE BEEF
sion commending them on the Florida Agricultural Extension
recent erection of the street Service offer this recipe for STEWING CUBE
numbers and also a letter thank- Peanut Butter Milk: %
Ing them for the use of a con- Place In a mixing bowl- HENS 'm190 STEAKS Ib 89

crete hut for the fifth of July 6 cups fresh whole milkor .
booth on the broadwalk. Mrs.H. .
G. Heydt thanked all those 1% cups dry milk and
helping In any way for makingthe 6 cups water WHOLE POT

project letter of a thanks success.A was. also 1/3 2 cup tablespoons peanut butter sugar FRYERS lb 29 ROAST If 39''

sent to Mr. Howard Taylor for Vanilla, if desired.

the generous donation of several Beat with a rotary beater un- Limit 3 Please CHUCK ROAST tb 49c
dozen plates and glasses. til well mixed. Chill. Serves 6.
Mrs. Jasper White was hostessfor LYKES FULLY COOKED LYKES SUGAR CREEK

the July meeting. She also BONELESS SLICED FREE ALL MEAT 12 oz. Cello Pkar.PICNICS .
had an interesting program to
Requires Light
present and will have anotherone
for the August meeting Indoor Garden 3 lb $229 WIENERS pkK. 39
which will be held in the new
conditioned room. Light makes all the differencein
the success of an indoor gar

At the Community Memorial I den.As FOLGERS or MAXWELL HOUSECOFFEE
Church Sunday William Cowan, a matter of fact, it's often 303 SUNLITETOMATOES
principal of the New Smyrna the missing "must" in growing
Beach High School, will speakat I houseplants, say horticulturists
the morning worship hour(with the Florida Agricultural I
The pastor Rev. R. W. Dlckert Extension Service.
is on vacation. Most people remember to wa %
ter their plants and to fertilize 1Can 49' 4 Cans. 29'
Recent guests in the home of them frequently. But they don't
Mr. and Mrs. W. H. Thompsonwere give them sufficient light.
1 of your choice with $5.00 or
Rev. and Mrs. John C. Foliage plants require an
more food order Limit 4 with $5.00 or more food order
Grant and daughters, Susan and I overhead light of low to medium
Sally of Durham, N. c.; Mr. and; intensity from 12 to 16 hours

Mrs. W. B. Dowie of Rock Hill, daily. Flowering plants need 2/ FOOD KING WHOLE 24 oz. LYKES (Heat & Serve)
S.C.; Mr. and Mrs. J. R. Patterson high light intensity-the same BEEF
sand daughter Jane from Ft. number of hours.A .
Mill, S. C; APRICOTS 3-79" TorXt.il
Mrs. Sam Hudson of Chester, tree's.circulation system for STEW 2
S. c.; Mrs. E. E. Pickering and its vital sap is particularly efficient
son, Chuck, from Jacksonville,
of .
Florida; Mrs. Annie Jackson
300 BUSH
Bartow, Florida; Mrs. Barbara flfMl
LJghtsey, Ft. Myers, Florida; PETERSON TEXACO BEANS 6 for $ PORK &
Mrs. Ricky Moore and daughter SERVICE
Pam from Mount Holly, North ROAD SERVICE BEANS 5 for 49

Carolina; Miss Betty Campbellfrom Uht"Mechanical Work SHURFINE
Ft. Mill, S. c.; and Miss Phone 437-3441 BunotU
Barbara Scott of Chester, South FRUIT
COCKTAIL 2 for /9
tens. .
TUNA 2 -65
"I, leaving today for Mason City,' Church
Iowa, where they will reside. Mr. ..............U.I FOLGERS INSTANT 6 oz. Jar
Gollen will remain about three AIR CONDITIONED
weeks before going there. lie Is Dayton Art.
chief chemist at the LehIgh FLAGLER BEACH COFFEE Jar 79KRAFrS
Portland Cement Co. plant and PARKAY
is being transferred to the com Sunday School 10:00 A.K. Limit 1 Please
pany's plant In Mason: City. Church Service 11:00 A.M.R. OLEO25'

We thank all friends for SALAD Qt. Jar Limit 1 Ppease
our ..:.. 1 ..........
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' ness in the recent loss of my DRESSING Qa.0
August and Ellie Flathmann. & UPHOLSTRY WORKS
I t Lemon St.
Palatka Florida FROZEN FOODS

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its, because it is so different FUl'DI tuUph01lttrIDg oz. Bag
from other forces of the unit ftopoirta & RtttnUhtdMattmsM

verse. Light, heat, electricity Mad to Onto&Also Box Renovated Spring 6T SANTA ROSHPLUMS
and magnetism can be generated Call Laura Morris 4373233
by man and freely converted After 6iOO P. M.
into one another. But PRICES REASONABLE. 2 -45
gravity appears totally Indifferent BUDGET PLAN IF NEEDED. BAKERY :
to any influence man can Just as near as your
bring to bear on It. A gravitational
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only in field the appears presence always of matter.and Free Pick-up & Delivery I ROLLS 2 for 25 CELERY 2 for 29'I

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: Phone 439-9221 With this coupon and your With this coupon and JOur: With this coupon and your
t. purchase of One 10 oz. purchase of Two (2) purchase of Two (2)
ETe..freah 12 oz. Cans Van Camp's! Heads of
HEAVY DUTY Coupon Expires Coupon Expires Expires
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Leslie Ann Spanick, MRS. RIDDELL 3S ..' '
Robert Cook To WedIn BIRTHDAY ., .\,, .V'\' .'. ,.' : 'A\" ','. I
Somerset Mass.Mr. I 4 'f I < .' II
I I Mr. and Mrs. Joy Sisco of S. D. A. ChoiceROUND '"
and Mrs. Victor Spaniel) Jacksonville visited here with
of Somerset, Mass., announce his mother, Mrs. C.A. Riddell, on
the engagement of their daughter her birthday on July 31. Other STEAK .Ib
Leslie Ann to Robert Bruce visitors during the day Included 89
Cook of Bunnell, son 'of Mr. and Claude Deen of Christmas, FlorIda .
Mrs. Robert Cook of Bunnell. ; Pauline Magee Flagler
Miss Spanick, a graduate of Beach; Margaret Deen and< U. S. D. A. ChoiceCHUCK
Somerset High School, will receive daughter, Claudia Jo Malo and
her Bachelor of Arts Degree her two children of Ormond
in History- from the University Beach. Others, dropping in durIng ROAST lb 49
of Florida In GainesvilleIn the day were Duane and
August. Luellen Deen Sue and Elaine .j
Mr. Cook received his Bach. Deen and Florence Norcross.
elor's Degree in Mechanical Engineering .
from the University of Mrs. Sisco said she received. U. S. D. A. Choice Smoked 6-8 Ih Avg.
several phone calls and 25 birthday
Florida where he was a mem ROUND

ber Fraternity.The of Sigma. Alpha Epsilon from cards her great-grandson one of which, Slsco was BONE ROAST 11 59' PICNICS Ib 39 j

Deen who ic: stationed overseas j
wedding will be an eventof
with the Airforce.
August 28 at St. Thomas
More Church in Somerset, Mas- Lean Western I

sachusetts.Mr.. Cook. Is employed with home Rev.Tuesday there.E. E. Snow In Debary spent Mondayand at his BRISKET STEW 39' PORK STEAK Ib 57

General Electric Co. in Gaines.

ville. After a ,wedding trip to Guests of Mr. and Mrs. J. D.
the couple will be at No. 1
Jamlaca Barber during the past week In. CamOpbell's
home at 1216 S.W. 2nd Avenue eluded Mrs. Claude Vam of St.
Gainesville. Augustine; Mrs. Ellie Shaw and Can fOe w
Mrs Lilly Buchannon of Palat

AT Mr.SURPRISE and Mrs.PARTY Richard Cantrell Mr. and M Billy Deen of 'Herford 12 oz. Can 1 ft}\ 58c

who moved last Saturday to Belleglade and young daughter, CORNED BEEF ,39e
Miami to reside were honoredat Carolina Regina, spent the past c Limit 1 with $5.00 or more food order
a surprise buffet supper and weekend here visiting their par.
going away party Friday eve I tints, Mr. and Mrs. W. W. Deen
nlng. !Sr., and Mr. and Mrs. James O. Armours 5 oz. Can
Our Value 303
Members of their family arrived I Craig. Can
with a covered dish sup. I They had their young daughter VIENNA SAUSAGE 5 -I"
per complete along with a goIng baptized during the Sunday TOMATOES 8 for f.OO
away gift to surprise them. morning worship hour at. the
I First Methodist Church.
Guests of Mr. and Mrs. Henry -DAIRY SPECIAL-
Wells Sunday were Mr. and Mrs. I Mrs. Howard N. Carson and OUR VALUESHORTENING
Walter Odgen of.Odom Georgia. :children Elizabeth, Luann, Susan Pillsbury 8 oz. Can
and Amy Lee, will Join Mr.
Guests of Mr. and Mrs. George Carson here this weekend. They CANNED
Clegg, Haw Creek, Include her I have been visiting In Winter BISCUITS
brother and his family, Mr. and I Haven with Mrs. Carson's sister 3 Train 48C Can 5c
Mrs. Charles Davis of Sturgis I,and her family. Limit 4 Please
Kentucky, also their children During their stay Amy Lee ar Limit 1 with $5.00 or more food order ,
Sara Arm, Eberly and Mary. rived on July 25. She weighed
:four pounds ten and a half FROZEN FOODS -
Mr. and Mrs. Bruz Cordon :ounces. Mr. Carson Is the new
have returned from a visit In i band director here. FRESH PRODUCE valley Cold 0 oz. Can REG. or PINK
Panama City where they visited
with their son and family, Mr. i Mr. and Mrs. Donald Copeland, No.1 ? LEMONADE 10 for 9ge
and Mrs. Lovelace Gordon. They :206 North Sachet street, had as
were accompanied there by their I their guests last week his par SWEET POTATOES
grandson, Gordon Worley.Mr. I ents, Mr and Mrs. Loyd Cope- lOc
land of Pansacola. HERSHEY'S
and Mrs. Lawrence West Large HeadLETTUCE
and children Kathy and Buddy, I Grace and Mechele Stefllk SUGAR
were In Camp Blanding Sunday ,lave returned to their home H..19C
visiting with relatives. Kathy I here after a ten-day visit in
remained there for a visit with i Norwolk, Va. with their uncle ,Sib 29*
her aunt. and aunt, Mr. and Mrs. G. E. Largo Ripe
i rhompeon. During their visit Limit 1 with 5.00 or more food order
Mr. and Mrs. Walter Morrisare they enjoyed visits to Williams TOMATOES m9e
spending a few days In burg, Kitty hawk, and a tour on
Glasgow, Ky., visiting with hisparents the newest nuclear powered air
Mr. and Mrs. W. S. craft carrier Enterprise. Mr.
Morris, Sr. Thompson Is stationed. with the rin 50
Navy In Norfolk. Mrs. Thompson
Miss Dianne McKnight has returned is the former Mary Stefllk 'mn
to Landover M&, last of Bunnell. with coupon & purchase* /with coupon & purcha..' with coupon & purchase
week to resume her duties as I of $1.00 worth of < of 25 Ib Sack of of Twin Pack of Lay
a member of a school faculty. Mr. and Mrs. M. B. McDaniel DENTAL SUPPLIES < DOG FOOD POTATO CHIPS
She accompanied there by I had as heir overnight guests Coupon Void After / S coupon Void After Coupon Void After
her brother Buzzy !McKnlght Monday Mr. and Mrs. Jimmy Sunday August 8, 1965 ) I Sunday August 8, 1965 ( Sunday August 8, 1965 ,
who will visit there with her Wllente and daughter Pam El. """""--\3
several days. berta Edwards and Karen Repasof ro
Sharon Pa. Mrs. McDanlel 1
I and Mrs. Vlllente were girlhood
MILLER chums.


I REPAIRS ON TV'S To all our Flagler Beach and III '
, Bunnell friends we would like
to say thank you for all your HUH'1'
kindness and expressions of
C72-C377 I ihoughtfulness. We won't forget Phone 4373227
Call CoEUct
ALL WORK GUARANTEED I II Elmer Babe, Christy 8iOO -ItOO p.m.
and Holly. Quantity RlfbU Referred PRICES GOOD AUGUST 8,6,7,8, 1965Thursday


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test doesn't work on nautrally erage amount of rain. I East African tribesmen use feet stitch.
Watermelons No
hollow or crisp melons. the tenacious jaws of soldier
Early colonists brought watermelons I
Though they don't thump much ants to close their cuts. An Injured -
to the New World. --
Longer ThumpedFor anymore, American fathers still man draws the two gaping
The fruit In Mas
was common
buy a lot of watermelons. About I edges of a cut together and allows I
sachusetts in the late 1620's.
RipenessThe three billion poundsworthsome an ant to bite. When the I JoMarWell
Florida Indians took to the Immigrant -I
$55 million are sold jaws penetrate both sides of the
test" for water
"thump melons with great relish
every year, the National Geographic I wound, the patient nips off the
melons is almost as obsolete as and were growing them by
body and the head forms a
says.Currently ,
the automobile crank. the middle 1600's. The French I per Drilling
the most popular
explorer, Father Marquette, reported -
Back in Model T days, any variety is a long, light-green
in 1673 that he,had found I 2-inch to 12-Inch Wells
self-respecting father could melon called the Charleston i O. F. ALPORD
melons growing in the interiorof
crank the family car and thumpa I Grey. Plant breeders are still Registered Pump Service
the American continent.
picnic watermelon with equal working on small, refrigerator-,
skill. A solid plunk indicateda size melons and have even developed Appeals 'to Pests f Real Estate BrokerBunnell Phone 439-2413

ripe melon; a pUnk meant the of all things a seedless Florida
fruit was unripe. watermelon. Today commercial melons are ;; .
grown extensively in Arkansas, -- -

Nowadays, most watermelons Egyptian Watermelon Georgia, Florida, South Carolina, I

are sold in cut pieces, and it's Though watermelon seems as Texas, Oklahoma, Missouri, Col.
24 HourWrecker
clear to even a child whether typically American as apple pie, orado, and California. It is a Service

they are ripe. Besides, plunk it Is popular the world over. risky business, for watermelons ...
versus pUnk isn't infallible. The Its culture started In ancient appeal to a host of pests'as

times. Egyptian art shows that well as people. Apart from the \

this giant member of ((Citrul- vagaries of weather, enemies Flagler Truck &Tractor Co

I WANT TO PLACE lus vulgaris) of the cucumber include cucumber beetles, mel

A NEWSPAPER AD clan grew in the Nile Valley on aphids, cutworms, wireworms, MASSEY.FERGUSON

SAVING 'YOUNGISH thousands of years ago. and such fungus nuisances as Grove Industrial Equipment

WAr4TEa The long and general cultureof fusarlm wilt, anthracnose, and VIRGIL DECKER Phone ID 7-3242
the watermelon from North I downy mildew. I

Africa to middle Asia led to the Owner Bunnell, Florida
Even if a watermelon
I grows .
belief that it was of Asiatic I
to round, firm, fully packed --- -- -
origin, though no wild varities
maturity, it can fall prey toj J
had been detected there or anywhere '
else. stem-end rot during shipment to

The great missionary explorer distant markets. And though I
David Livingston solved the the fruit may reach a store in
perfect condition, melons sell
mystery of the watermelon'sorigin. I
slowly on cool, wet days.
He found huge tracts in INSURANCE
Watermelon: is classified as a .
central Africa literally covered
XAY THIS $5 with watemelons growing wild.Africa's fruit, botanically, yet belongs to
FACT SERVICE a vegetable family and is cultivated
f: OUR
l G wild watermelons, Incidentally PHONE NUMBER IS
1 as a crop. Contraryto
; come sweet and sour.
0 popular' notion, It contains
Not even local tribesmen can
less water than vegetables suchas 437-3394
a tell one from the other. They
tomatoes, cucumbers, squash,
tap each fruit to determine i
and lettuce.
whether the flesh Is bitter or
edible. S .

Culture of sweet melons has

spread to all warm regions of

the world. The vines like hot .

summer sun and sandy loam What type of person shouldt+ : ,
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i served for royalty. You put your best foot for Plymouth Dealer'sl'! If you've been shopping fora
good deal on a 65 automobile, come see
ward. You act the role of the
:'. The truth of the matter It our stock of '65 Plymouth Furys Belvederes

\ .. }t' that the established. and successful pleasant host. Valiants and Barracudas. Whichever model

I' .t' local merchant con. By the same token, the local strikes your fancy, you'll find the price

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said. .... quickly," Butson says, "and be inside a cloud, according to But I as a lightning bolt cuts through
Florida Said To Be Most thunderstorms take place gins reaching the dew point I I son. Air is ascending in drafts I the atmosphere.
Ground during summer afternoons when I which humid air must reach before I and carrying the water droplets I The weather specialist explains .
Breeding the earth's surface is warm. But. l water vapor will turn to i iI still higher into the sky. that the normal seasonal
For TunderstormsFlorida son explains that after the sun|I I liquid; I The dark clouds-or thunder. life of summer thunderstormswill
:sets, chances for a storm are A good example of this phenomenon j I heads-sometimes 'reach as high end in about six weeks from
Js a breeding groundfor less since there's not enough I Is the water beads or'las t 50,000 feet. At this height, now for most of the state but
thunderstorms averagingmore heat to carry the air upwards.The "sweat" appearing on the side 1 the droplets "freeze" and occasionally I may linger into October along
of them per day than any > fall to the ground as the lower east coast.
of ice tea.
thatas of glass
weather expert says your
other state in the nation. hall. But thunderstorms aren't all
the earth I The small water droplets
the heats up
The highest number occur In sun and thunder ac' bid-as they keep the state wet.
the cooling Lightning
the west-central part of the state during the early part of the day, which result from all thunderstorms.. ter and cooler than it would be
hot moist air rises in columnsto action are similar to those seen company
-around the Tampa Bay area, cloud. i Lightning is a "gigantic electrical otherwise be. Butson noted that
form clotfds. These can often In a fog form a
says Keith Butson, state cllmat jumping between about 52 Inches of rainfall is
be seen at 50,000 feet. The air If cooling continues the drop. spark"
with the Florida Agricultural the
ologist I j concentrated areas of positive yearly average for the state.
moisture size falling as rain
is usually filled with lets grow in
Stations. skies
Experiment And generally clear in
the Gulf of become too heavy to and negative charges.
"drawn from when they
Thl Is largely due to moist I I says the thunder you hear Is the several hours under thunder
Mexico or the AUantic.tt"This remain suspended.
in off the
sweeping sur storm conditions.
winds "raipd expansion" of air heated:
moist air coils Several things are
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soon you don) It's going to do a vanish'f' ,.
dean up at eaPRICES IN TOWN Ing act at our close-out price! You canON

ALL '65 FORDS own the car with the famous quiet ride ,
for next to peanuts, if you act fast!

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FRIEND I HIS before the'66s cornel!So we're offer"I TRADE '
unheard-of trade allowances and ,,, \
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shapes and colors...like this Falcon r
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I low the Santa Fe Trail for some at loafing. So when every meansof so the plant won't "drown" dur boulder that Is a castoff ota r
SuperhighwaysFollow 800 miles across four states. procrastination falls thinkof ing a rainy spell.It road building project can be I
' ; The wagon road from Franklin methods of brightening up should have, a wide base made the center of attraction In
FootstepsOf Missouri, to Santa Fe opened the patio. One suggestion Is to so that It won't tip over In the the center of a patio. Some !
United States overland trade try flowers In portable pots. wind.( "rocks" that were part of a cavern
The Pioneers with Mexico. Colorful .flowers suggested for I The container must resist rustor are ideal because they have

Americans traveling along The Oregon Trail funneled outdoor living room Include rot, because moisture' will be built-in containers for plants -
r I multl-laned expressways often great wagon trains from Independence cockscomb, geraniums petunias, I present constantly. and make an Ideal way to display
v follow trails used by Indians Missouri, over plains marigolds and bachelor buttons. A wooden liner is good in a a cactus collection.
and pioneers. and Rockies to Astoria Oregon.In Later this fall you can get In metal container, because metal There are hundreds of other
The first Europeans coming to 1843 a single caravan of 1,- the gridiron mood with chrys gets very hot In the sun. Items that will give your patio
3 r' North America found an extens- 000 men, women and children anthemums.What : A large Interesting shaped eye appeal. ...
Trail with 3 to Isn't Important. I -
ive network of buffalo traces moved along the ,- plant -
and Indian trails over the easiest 000 cattle. Today U. S. Highway The main goal is to outdo the
b terrain, fords, and mountain 30 follows the general northwestern neighbors In selecting unique CRAIG FUNERAL
gaps. The explorers and settlers route the wagons took. containers for the flowers. HOMEA.
/: and As the westward trickle of Homes with Early American
followed the beaten path
swelled to motif follow the de. If. CRAIG Funeral Director
r modern highway engineers have pioneers a mighty can same
done the same, the National river of settlers, new routes were cor In the patio. This gives a ROBERT WORLET Associate
Geographic Society says. blazed and these too can be wide range of containers. A AIRCONDITIONED
Many a divided highway with approximately followed on modern three.legged iron kettle with a LADY OXYGEN
, its cloverleafs Is merely the highways. The Butterfleld broken lip Is a prize possession, I EQUIPPED ,
, latest stage in the evolution ofa Overland Mall Route ran from especially If you can dream up CHAPEL ATTENDANT AMBULANCES
road that started as an animal St. Louis along a southern an authentic sounding tale about -
or Indian path, ,and later course through Texas to Califor the kettle's Initial use. Phone ID 7-3532
nia, where It turned north toward Brass cuspidors are fine for
developed Into a horseway, cart 201 E. MOODY BLVD. BUNNELL. FLORIDA
road, or macadam turnpike for the gold fields. The Mor small plants. An old wooden
I stage coaches. U.S. Route 1 mon Trail from Nauvoo, Illlnlos, well bucket with a rotting rope .-
grew out of an old pack trail to Salt Lake City not only car' still tied to the bail Is another
along the Eastern Seaboard.U. ried Mormon pioneers to 'a new suggestion.A .
.S. Route 81 follows part way homeland but was used by the bread tray-out of which
I along the main stem of the Pony Express and telegraphlines. tons of biscuits were made-will NZV tgP qou
l Chisholm Trail, named for Jesse make an Ideal flower container
Chlsholm a half Scottish half. I Railroads radically changed if you can locate one. The sameIs 4ee youtcLI .
Cherokee scout.. The trail led travel patterns for a time, but true for a well worn crock.
from South Texas across Oklahoma the automobile has brought type churn or a giant-size syrup ...
to railroad shipping points America's historic highways kettle.
: in Kansas. back Into their own. The modern type home can 6tinq lcudrtptton,
I Chlsholm May Be Marked select from an assortment of
During the 1870s the Chisholm The Loafer's Way metal, a plastic and wooden
Trail served as a highway for ccontainers at the local garden w.-

one of history's greatest To Use The PatioA supply store.Regardless.
tions of animals to mlgra'j of the container, It 6K
I 1965' Representative Joe patio serves many useful must come up to certain stand. '
I Texas introduced a bill to have purposes.It ards to keep the plants happy. q) < the U.S. Government mark the can be a status symbol if These standards include:
Trail as a historical site. you cannot afford a pool. A It must hold enough soil for
The early American colonists I place to burn better steaks than the size of the plant.It I 437-3325 BUNNELL
: were confined by the Applachian your neighbors, and a place to must have good drainage
Mountains to the Atlantic Sea. seat unwanted guests so that ---

I board for about a century and the mosquitos will drive them .r
'<,1 a half before, Daniel Boone home early.
'' the westward movement Is excellent
spurred Or a patio an
over his Wilderness Road thru place to take up summer gar. .. I\ "
the Cumberland Gap. Between dening. When the temperature N.
I'f 1775 and 1800 perhaps 300,000 rises relax ,on the shady side NO FROST
people made their way on foot, of the patio. A hammock is es.
| horseback and wagon through sential for this activity, because with
a'1'I the Gap near present Middles. most gardeners do their best a
i boro Kentucky. Today the Wil planning when reclining.If .
;', derness Road Is one of many your conscience finds you modernelectric
1' ways west that can be traced hard pressed for thinking material L i
by a history.minded motorist. then write your county
New York Thruway agent for several publication on
Connecting valleys In New ornamentals. This requires little
i York State formed a natural effort, as the mailman may de. '
corridor into the interior of the I liver the pamphlets to the patio ,: refrigeratorj
continent., The corridor helped while making'' a shortcut across
make the old Dutch colony the your lot. : ( freezer
wealthiest and most populousof If the situation becomes acute i'
States. Today H is the route and requires work then perform t,''f.' :
of the New York State Thruway the chore on the windwardside 1'1 i,
I one of the most scenic of mod. of an electric fan that's : ;i ;
ern turnpikes. blowing across 'a cake of ice. j
U.S. Highways_85 and 56 fol. Some gardeners are not adept


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