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Title: The Flagler tribune
Physical Description: Newspaper
Language: English
Publisher: s.n.
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Place of Publication: Bunnell Fla
Creation Date: August 12, 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
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Preceded by: St. Johns tribune
Succeeded by: Palm Coast news
Succeeded by: Flagler/Palm Coast news-tribune

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I VOLUME 53, NO 32 BUNNELL, FLORIDA, THURSDAY, AUGUST 12, 1965 $2.50 A YEAR "I
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County Board, KRANTZ SHOWS Twelfth Annual I SUNDAY SERVICES School Board and ;
MOVIE TO LIONSThe AT FIRST BAPTIST I i

Holds :Meeting on Bunnell Lions Club met Fish Fry Set Dr. Rollin Armour will be the Teachers Discuss .1.1i

Tuesday at noon In the Civic guest speaker at the First Baptist I( j
., Owenrship MapsAt Center. For August 19 Church this Sunday. i Additional Salary

a special meeting Tuesday 1 After the meeting there was The Twelfth Annual Timber Dr. Armour Is a graduate of I
night the Board of County Com- 'I 1 a movie shown by Lion Fred Growers Fish Fry will be held Southern Seminary and Howard I At the Tuesday morning meet.
/' missioners viewed a number of 'Krantz entitled "Helicopter Action Thursday, August 19, at Rayon. University. He is a professor of I Ing of the school board, a dele 1
ownership maps prepared by I In Viet Nam." j ler Headquarters. This event is Religion at Stetson University in t I gallon of teachers met with the
it Howze and Associates, but expressed Guests at the meeting were 1I ]]held every summer with all DeLand. I I I board to discuss additional sal. I
dissatisfaction with the Pete Peterson, James Alan Bran-}j residents of Flagler County being The public is Invited to bear ary, asking for a yearly Increase
,II- maps In several respects. I[,I nam, and Frederick Fruits of Invited. him at both worship services. I; of $250. The board had previusly -

The maps were being made: Bunnell and Bill Moore, Jr. of I Last year approximately 1,000 .' provided "a token" annual
in I Ih Ormond I Beach. of red served. Increase of $50.Spokesmen' : .
for the county to be used a J plates snapper were I
re.evaluaton program whch has!I Serving will begin about 5 P.M. School Opening I, for the group said
not yet been contracted for.'I I on the spacious grounds of Ray. i''It appeared to them that ,there
b Jim Howze said that mapping Pearl onler Headquarters about five : Calendar Dates I:exlslts a lack of communication
of the county by air was approximately I i Blakely miles north of Bunnell on U. between teachers and the school
ta 85 per cent complete 30 Highway No. 1, and will S'I! Are Announced administration .and that the 3
\ and expected to finish the! Completes tinue Into the evening until board had not given proper consideration .
;' Job by the end of this month. have been served. I::1 All Flagler County schools to the teaching per. 1
OfficeMrs.
The contract provided for pay. I II Years In C. B. Kelly of Florida Forest will begin their year's work on sonncl In regard to a raise. "
f ment of the $22,000 In installments Pearl Blakely will corns Service will be In charge of fry. I' Monday, August 30, at 8:30: a. m., I
as the work progressed, j plete thirty years as Clerk In ing fish and serving. There is I I[ according to Supt of Public In It was suggested that since
t. but the board had held up the I s I the Bunnell Post Office on Sun- no charge as the following timber struction' Coy G. Harris, Jr. this year's school budget pro.
until I I!I hosts for the The session will vldes for expenditure of more
June and July payments day.' She began with the Post growers are opening day '
the 'company submitted more]!'I Office on August 15, 1935 with event: end at 11:45: a. m. on Monday.No funds other than for teachers
I maps for the board's Inspection. Postmaster A. M. (Duke) Me- Allen Lands, Inc., Bunnell lunch will be served In the that some of theso projects be.
However, upon advice of Board Daniel. The office was at that I Timber Company, C. II. Cowart, school cafeterias. Buses will 4 postponed and the money used
.. .. Attorney W. 1.. Wadsworth, the time located In the Citizens I Flagler Cattlemen's Association? pick up students In order to arrive ;( for teacher salaries.
board agreed to pay the amount Bank Building, 107 North Bay Flagler Farm Bureau, Hudson I at school by 8:20: on Mon. Members of the board and
\ due to date, and to continue the I{, Street Pulp & Paper Corp., I day and will return students to Supt. Coy G. Hants explainedthat
mapping work. I I I During the thirty years Mrs. Lehlgh Portland Cement Com ; their homes as soon after 11:45: additional budgets Items
Upon Invitation by Mr. Howze I J Blakely has served with Mr. pany Owens-Illinois Glass Com a. m. as Is possible. were put In to try to get the
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the board agreed that Don J] McDaniel, the late flaxen M. pany, St. Regis Paper Company, Students entering schools In schools back on the Southern
Moore, tax assessor, and some Benson Mrs. Virginia High, and Rayonier, Incorporated, Raymon Flagler County for the first time association accredited list And,
board member to go toTampa now with Postmaster Ray Mercer. F. Tucker, ,L. E. Wadsworth. and students transferring to an. I also, that the board of county
and examine all maps that have I other school In the county must i commissioners had given to the
i been completed by the company.j In adltion to her work Mrs. have a physical examination be. schools additional\ money for
It was the opinion of all memo Blakely has been actively engaged George Wickline fore being admitted. Parents of construction, and that this con..tructlon *
'" bers of the board and the tax j In the program of the children effected by this require also received matching
assessor that the maps were First Methodist Church of Bun Leaves On Tour ments. may pick up physical examination funds.It .
poor In detail. I I nell the Sunday School, serving forms at each school f
In other action read a proposal as, a member of the Official center-Inquire In the office: of was noted by the board that
.. from an Air .condition,firm Board. Board, .-Trustees,' The Through ,Europe the.princlpal.ot.each school. : county .taxes. (over and, above ....
to put window conditioners in W. & C.s.. Friendly Circle, Is After physical examinationforms I the school 20 mills) that had I'
I the second story of the court. serving on several commissionsof George E. Wickline, Chairman have been completed they been levied by the county com
::1 house for $954, but took no ac the church, and Is teacher of of the Flagler County Board of I MUST be returned to the Super. missloners would be 25! to 20
; tion. the Adult Class. She has also County Commissioners and mem. Intendents Office. Then the per cent above last year. It was ;
I Agreed to ask Charles Creal been active In civic work of ben of the Flagler Beach City students will be assigned. also explained that once the
and O. F. Alford to appraise the community, Youth Work, Commission, is leaving here Some school calendar dates :. property evaluation program' .is
:' rights of way on Road 302. and Is also past president of Thursday 0 n "The Florida, are as follows: completed additional funds can
Also agreed to Instruct the the American Legion Auxiliary County and State Government August 30, opening day of be raised to pay higher salaries.
State Road Dept to Institute I I[Unit 115. Leaders Goodwill tour In Eastern school. I The teacher
condemnation proceedings for She Is married and ,"Ideat and Western Europe. It will September 6, Labor Day (vacation out that group morale spokesmanpointed
of for the Lake Dls- be the Goodwill People to People among
)
right way the family home, 305 North Pine the teaching staff waa low, and
I ston road. travel program. November 25: and 26, Thanksgiving
Street with her husband Lee that morale was of prime Importance .
II
P and daughter Margie Lee. Sun. The group of twenty-six will holidays (vacation). I In having a school + .
Lists SpendingIn day will be 30 years with thepost leave New York August 14 and December 20.31, Christmas va that would meet accreditation
office, and Monday will be return to New York on Septem. cation (Inclusive). I I requirements. It was broughtout
Military StoresSales The Blakel/s thirty.fourth wed ber 4. They will travel by air. January 3, I960, Return to however, that teacher sal .
ding Anniversary.Mr. plane each way; During the school following Christmas va arles In Flagler j.I
at stores operated for and Mrs. Blakely are I three weeks they will visit in cation. I I an average with county the state.are" "on
military personnel In Florida leaving during the weekend for Brussels Belgium Moscow, Lenl January 19 End of First
totaled $101,677,000 at retail level a visit with relatives In Cross pad Tlbllsl, Warsaw Budapest, semester. One teacher said that he
In 1963 ranking Florida fourth vllle, Tenn., vacation at Lynn Vienna Munich, Berlin, and January 20, Teacher: work dayno hoped "better communication
f In the nation In this respect, the vine Falls, N. C, and two daysat London. ( students). between faculty and board
Florida State Chamber of Commerce the Methodist Assembly at During the three weeks visit January 21, begin second sem would result from the meeting.It .
I." says. Lake Junaluska In North Carolina. the group will visit with the ester. I was stated that the teach.
These stores Include commissaries heads of government, historical May 22 baccalaureate serv ers would refuse to accept the
f. exchanges and eating places of Interest, visit with the Ices.May 150 annual raise the board had
places (not mess halls) provided man on the street", visit American 27, commencement extra voted and put In this year's
by the federal government atr' : Embassy, visit a permanent dses. budget. Board members wantedto
( military Installations for personnel Howard Bowers Soviet World's Fair. May 30 last day of school.Bing's know If the teachers werepresenting
and their families andy There will be twenty.two In an "ultimatum" but
are especially helpful to the Memorial Fund the party from Florida represent. were assured they were not, but
., young enlisted man. Off-base I Ing all forms of GovernmentFour Annual did want to know what channels
t spending Is not Included In the I Drive SundayDue of the party are from to go through to present their .
Minnesota which Includes Inter. Fishing Contest
: figure. demands. They were told to present .
.
"The $100 million-plus spent to rain the benefit softball I pertors and travel hosts. them to the superintend >
r, In military stores In Florida is games for the Howard Bow. I Begins September!IBinI" ent and he would In turn pre.
Continued To Page 8 I ers Memorial Fund were not I sent them to the board.In .
held last month. The teenagers First Methodist '. Fisherman's Retort on the end the teachers said
SENIOR CITIZENSTO of the county plan to hold a North AlA and the Intra Costal they would continue to serve
special for this fund on August ServicesGuest Waterway, will begin their annual I the school as In the past, and
MEET TUESDAYThe Sunday
15 from 2 to 4 p. m. It will beknown I Fishing Contest on September :the board assured them It
Flagler Senior Citizens as the Howard Bowers' I speaker at the First I, BIn, Shows said today .would do what It can to provide
., Club will meet next Tuesday march for leukemia Mrs. Ruth I Methodist Church Sunday for He said tropheys for the greater salaries when additional
evening. August 17, In Community Oiler said today the 11 o'clock worship hour will I I grand prizes will be awarded money becomes available. Several .
Hall at the Municipal BuildIng. All teenagers who want to be Roy H. Forsythe. who .Is a In March. Cash awards will be expressed their belief that
Flagler Beach. This will march meet with Kathy Barber certified lay speaker from the I given every week. the meeting had cleared the air
be the last of three non-business Heidi Eisenbach. and Margl Ormond Beach Methodist Church. : Bing said he .Is extending a 'In several respects and concerning
meetings scheduled for the sum. Lee Blakely at the old Method His topic will be "Convenienceor : persona Invitation to every [ several problems.
mer. 1st Parsonage at 1:30 p. m. This Commitment' I citizen of Flagler County to visit In further action, agreed to I
Members are asked to bring will be at the ALSAC office in Mr. Forsythe will speak In his place whether they are fish have bids "open to all for In* :
a covered' dish or dessert for the old parsonage.All the absence of the pastor Rev. Ing or not. They have picnic surance. and accept the lowest !
a potluck supper starting at 6 Tri-Hy-Y Club members t. E. Snow who has gone to I grounds, play ground equipment and best bid. Also agreed to pay
o'clock. Afterwards the clubroom are asked to meet with Mrs* North Carolina to accompany for the children and the finest premium on policies by Brown
will remain open for those,Oiler Friday afternoon at the his family home next week. I on the east coast with all accomodaUons > I" Brown but to hold In a bey* I
who wish to play cards. or other headquarters or call her at Sunday school will begin at and camp sites, a nee renewal of policies until
tam.w 437-3835. 9:45 a. m. Everyone welcome. I I for the sportsman. the next meeting.

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PAGE TWO THE FLAGLER TRIBUNE BUNNELL, FLORIDA Thursday August 12, 1965

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Dishes I shrimp give best flavor). Cut Auxiliary, St. Augustine,-na..). j

Shrimp I bacon and onion in small pieces

Steals The ShowIn I fry of bacon bacon pieces.slowly. Cook Take tomatoes out half iv FLARLER IV THK CHANCERY ciRnrrr COCnTT.HO COURT FLORIDA MBt or |I I,

I and onion In bacon fat. Add IRENE BECKER. Plaintiff ': Call On Us

St. AugustineShrimp ,i pepper cut fine. Cook until nice I'I'I ROBERT MERLIN v*. : BECKER !'

I brown, add raw shrimp and ,, Defendant.No'ricu ,

steals the show In St. cook few minutes. Add enough ,THE STATE OF TO FLORIDATO'DEFHSD-

Augustine, the nation's oldest water to tomatoes and onion to 211 ROBERT Redmond MERLIN Street BECKER I ,

city, as its hungry residents enjoy equal 3H cups. Put in heavy New Brunwlck New JeraeyTou
notified that a
hereby
this delicious seafood, cook pot. When It boils add two cups suit ha are been, filed against you In t

ed In a variety of delectable, rice. Cook slowly until rice is the hereby above entitled required cause to- : and youare answer When
flhr.o:
ways, the city's chamber of com done and fluffy. Salt to taste. with the Clerk ,
and to serve a copy thereof upon
merce reports. Serves 4 to 6. the plaintiff or plaintiff* attorney,
whose name and address I*!
Located on the Atlantic Ocean, Shrimp Crisps and Shrimp RAT OLDEN

St. Augustine, now celebratingIts Devils are two additionally delightful Selden BuildingDaytona Beach Floridanot

400th anniversary Is In a ways to prepare a dish later than September 4th. A Dt

delightful position to enjoy for the whole family, and their 1905.It.you fall to do *o. decree pro Need

'shrimp dishes year-round, as recipes are as follows: eonfeaio for the wUl relief be demanded entered againstyou in the You

the many shrimp boats dock SHRIMP CRISPS bill of complaint The nature of
aid suit being for divorce
there bringing the delicious 1 pound cooked peeled shrimp WITNESS my hand and eat of

seafood direct from the deep % teaspoon dry mustard A.aid IX Court 1965.ORicfalCleSe, this 3rd day of August,

bountiful Atlantic. tablespoon onion juice ( al) said SMTnnB
of Circuit Court
Special shrimp dishes of this 11, Worcestershire sauce I By Julia R. Harvey
Clerk
oldest city featured Include the Grind shrimp, mix with the; August S-12.U-t-4te Deputy

Pilau a other Ingredients thoroughly.i
ever popular Shrimp n TRIO ciRcrrr COCKT or GOODPrinting
Spanish or Mlnorcan dish Measure one teaspoon and pator I rLACLKR rOCJITT FLORIDA
CHAIVCVRT no. BM
Shrimp Crisps and Shrimp Dev. roll very thin. Dust with FRANCES rr McDONAOH.Plaintiff..

flour and fry In deep fat until vs.ALEXANDER* I i

ils.A popular recipe handed down crisp. Drain on paper towel and THOMAS

from generation to generation In serve hot. McPONAOH fllnd"nt. I

St. Augustine Is Shrimp Pilau, SHRIMP DEVILS THE STATE NOTicE OF TO FLORIDA.DinrBiD TO:

a tasty combination served with One pound of shrimp headed Alexander 114 Month Ird Thom Street McDonaca

rice, and made as follows: and san vein removed Brooklyn. New York
Too are hereby notified that a
SHRIMP: PILAU i ben pepper nit ha been filed against you .In ,
2 pounds fresh headed shrimp 3 small stalks of celery the above entitled cause; and you ,
are hereby to
1/3 pound salt bacon 1 medium onion wer with GUb"k hr.o't:
and to serve a copy thereof upon
2 cups first quality rice Few sprays of parsley the plaintiff or plaintiff attorney.whoae .
1 can tomatoes 2 eggs name and address 1*:
RAT SELDEN
4 medium onions 3 tablespoons flour Pellets Building

1 small green or red sweet Salt and ,red and black pepper not later Daytona than August Beach. Florida 23.A. D.1K5.
pepper to taste. If you fall tit do so,. ;decree prteonfieo >
> will bit entered against
1 small datll pepper Grind raw shrimp, onion:, eel you for the relief demanded In the OFFICE FORMS
bill of complaint The nature of
Remove sand vein, wash ery pepper and parsley fine In aid null being for divorce
shrimp, cut In two (medium size chopper. Mix flour with water WITNESS my hand and seal of
aid Court tats 20th day of JulyOfficial
to make medium thin paste, add A. D. 19415. ENVELOPE4INVOICES
& SMITHJJ
( A.
two beaten eggs to flour mixture Sal of cald Circuit Court

CLASSIFIEDADS stir well; ,add seasoning By Julia R Deputy Harvey Clerk

and ground foods. Fry by dropping July 32-29 August 11.124te

large spoonfuls Into deep, iv TUB CTRL)" COFRT or
hot cooking oil to brown. FLAALER rOt'NTT FLORIDA
golden
IN nu nr..Y 1'0.. Iin
Serve hot with hot sauce. Makes JACQUELINE ADAMS ARCHER. LETTER HEADS
Listings and** Oils beading ana Plaintiff.
: ants a word each Insertion., about 20 devils. ARCHER

75 cents is th minimum charge I (Recipes courtesy of "St Augustine WILLIAM R. .Defendant.ffonrn .
.
TO DF.FKVD BUSINESS CARDSSTATEMENTS
'Cookerya' collection
I
r FOR ,SALE-1962 'Pontiac, two- TIll HTATB OF TO:
compllled, published and distributed R.lARCHER
door hardtop, power steering, WILLIAM
M* GASTON RW.
radio, heater, perfect condition! ,: by the Flagler Hospital ATLANTA. dEORaIAYou .

like new, $950.00;; Illness compels suit has are been hereby filed notified against you that IB a

selling. Bradford Bowen, Books Are Dish the above entitled eausel and you
My are hereby required to Ale your answer -
TeL 439.2437, 17-3rd St. North with the Clerk of this Court* BILL HEADS
Flagler Beach. 8-12-ltc By Dorothy Remans and t. serve a copy thereof upon
the plaintiff or plaintiff* attorney.whoa ,
, Paperbacks are being made name and address te:
FOR SALE-G. E. 10 cubic foot with round WILLIAM OTTTNOER
comers so they 314 West New Tork Avenue RULED FORMS
refrigerator, excellent condition; won't tear pockets. And many P. a Box 111*
formica wrought Iron din DeLand. Floridanot
top are written so they won't make later than $September, .A.nIt

\ nette sit In very good condition. any Impression on the mind.J. 194$'you fall to do so, de ree> proeonfM TICKETS and TAGS
Phone 4392093. 8-12-ltc F. Power's MORTE D'-UR- ** will be entered against
you for the relief demanded In the
. FOR SALE-CBS 2 bedroom homeon BAN Is not that class. His taut bill of ICeo.r : The nature of

corner of Forsythe St. andCourt' witty style makes him one of aid WITS EM my for hand annulment and seal of .
Ave. the foremost American novelist. aid Court this 19th day 0' August
$6,500. Call 4373322. A. P. 194.. CIRCULARSANNOUNCEMENTS
Aug. 12-3tp The novel Is a study, of a Offlclal fleal) said
Clerk fit CirRrcuu/it1Court
wheeler.dealer-"prJest, father BT Julia R. Harvey
FOR RENT-Clean unfurnished O'Ureannot about priests Deputy Clerk

i air conditioned 2 bedroom apart. really, but about some human August 12.tt.U A Sept. 34telv '

ment, title bath and kitchen, beings, bad and good alike, who FLAdURR Tim ciRrrrr COCJITT corR-r FLORIDA or

near school. Phone 437-33-10. just happen to be priests. Says IV ClfAVCRRT: "'0. s...

t, Aug. 12tfOPENING George FrazIer. Not all will GAIL FAJARDO. PUIntlff.CIIRISOPIIER' .

care for It. But It has been T"
acclaimed
for Rawleigh DealerIn R. FAJARDO,
as a modem classic andI Defendant.
Flagler County. Mrs. Ed Holes SUIT KB TO nVTFR D
for one, agree. TIlE STATE OF F1X3HIDA. We Don't
now completing 6th year In ad. The reader who reads CJIItlSTOPHER R. FAJARDO? Do The MostPRINTING
joining locality and Is securing most IMf flnowdon Road
books In the Flagler Woman's Nafhvllle Tenneae.
good business. Write Rawleigh, TOil are hereby notified that a
Cub Library Is on vacation with suit has been filed
FAII-360.701, Memphis, Tenn. II against you In
his wife the Herb Fullers.. She, the above entitled cause; and you
August 12 and 262tcWANTEDAcreage are hereby required to file your an-
too, has gone back to reading I saver with the Clerk .' this Court.

and lot list lately so we know that many the and lal"UI'to serve or a plaintiffs copy thereof attorney upon.

Ings In Flagler County. Sun books will be In circulation on whose name and address I.:

State Realty, Charles Trad! associate their return. Mr. Fuller often Daytona RAY 8ELDP Building:flt.tdsn lot Vain St. But We Do Some of the Best

745 Main Street, Day gives books. not- tballl Sptemberd11. 1111 A, D.
; tona Beach. Ph. 255-5242, ml .
.. iv TUB CIRCUIT cot-RT or It you fall to do so. decree
dence 2551791. ri..4f.i.r.Ror.vTT, FLORIDA eonl..eo will be entered aValnat
iv riiAvcKiir tin. sm you for the relief demanded in the
COrs UPHOLSTERY DOKOTHT 1'AOE. bill of complaint. Th* nature of
Bunnell.Fla .
Malntltt.TI. aid lull belnr for dlvorr
Hwy. 11, will pick up and WITNESS my ".
say of
JOiN PAOE .alol Court thl. l.th Angi
deliver all furniture free. For Defendant. A. n. 1945.
sample material and NOTICH TO DKFKID Offlclal. Meal) E. A. KUTTHEAu
prices on THE 8TATB OF FLORIDA TO: Clerk ef said Circuit Court
'' labor call 4373673. 7-1-tf JOHN PAOB Julia )t. Harvey Dial
113 Broad Street 4373282The'
Keyport. New Jerecy *. n.n.JI Sept.pu t 41Qetlti
PEPTIC TANK: cleaning; drain Ton are hereby notified that a
Installed; snail shelL Rea salt has been (filed aralnt you In
the above entitled eaue: and you
tonable prices. Call George Ja are hereby required to file your answer lr Jlaglrr i 'rthuztBCfxEU
with the Clerk of this Court ,
roe ID 7-3410 8-1-tf and to erv* a copy thereof upon
E the plaintiff or plaintiff attorney, FLORIDA .
whOM name and address II:

JOHNSTON'S ftelden HAT BKLnEN Bulldlnc SIRS U B. FULLER Editor :
'{ Dayton llcaeh. Florida ,
rUlGLEB BEACH REALTY CO. not Uur than August 23. A. D. UI$. .
It you fall to do *o. dot,.*'.pro Dealguatad *we.a.** for all
4 LOTS HOMES, OCEAN FRONT eon'...<> will b. entered against Legal AdverUete
fci'x '. WATER FRONT, FARMS you for th* relief demanded In the
bill .
of complaint. Th nature of
" ACREAGE aid suit twin* for divorce. Entered .* second class matter
.' WITNEftS mr hand and seal of February .. Ult. at be p et-
,_ I** us for your real estate Deeda aid. Court Ibis 10th day of July office at Buanell. Florid, ....1'
51',I.., Office Phone HE 9-2343<< A.... IftI.OtfitfalClerk. Act .f March 3. 131 Flagler Tribune
( J MtTTIIB
,.: Residence Phones ID 7-3601 of said Circuit Court
. By Julia 1C Harvey 0.. 9SM :
:. or ID 7-3517 pat-Clerk pit sastte -....,.
., July n.n Aujnm t-lf-4t9
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IRS Declares CONSERVATION


Charity Gifts NEWS >T I WE GIVE METTSSUPER Quantity Reserved Rights I

Must Be "Gifts" TUnuro W. Robinson : ***

F. S. Schmidt, district directorof James E. Thomas, agricultural, TOP Prices Good J
Internal Revenue for Florida, engineer with the Soil Conservation -
Thurs., Fri., Sat., I.
says that his office will seek Service at Lake City as. VALUE MARKET
&
Mon.
sisted SCD technicians recently
the cooperation of charitable organizations
and fundraising with engineering supervision STAMPS Aug. 12, 13, 14, 16
groups to provide more effective I and layout work on the W. H. 103 SOUTH RAILROAD 1965 !
taxpayer guidance regarding McBride water control systemon
contributions. I Improved pasture.

: The layout work at present FLA. GRADE "A"FRYERS
"Because of a lack of understanding *j.
of the law, sponsors of consists mostly of drainage
charity balls, lotteries, banquets, I ditches. Later Irrigation ditches,
and athletic events may be misleading structures and wells will be Installed Ib 2S ,
patrons or participantsof to complete the system.
these affairs as to the extent About two miles/of ditches\ for
that their payments are deduct cropland drainage are being de-
ible as charitable contributionsfor signed by Soil Conservation S tb BAG FAMILY PKG. (CUT-UP) $1.79 '

Federal Income Tax pur Service engineers for Raymon Lean (Center Cut) First Cut
," Tucker. Part of the system Is
Schmidt noted.
purposes
Mr. Schmidt emphasized that already system will under also construction.require water The PORK CHOPS Ib 39'PORK CHOPS Ih 49'Lyket

to be deductible as a charitable control structures and grade

contribution, a payment to or. control structures. (ALL MEAT) Sugar Cured (By The Piece)
for the use of a qualified charitable A similar system of ditches is
organization must clearly I also being designed for W. W
I HOT DOGS 39'SLAB BACON Ih 59' I
be a giftChairtable I Deen on 40 acres of cropland. 12p:;:
organizations
can
help taxpayers In establishingtheir !of publicity Issued regarding de World's Best Tender LeanGROUND
deductions, he added. To I dutctlblllty of payments made
do this, the amount properly attributable by patrons.
to the purchase of BEEF 2 lbs 89'CUBE STEAK Ih 99' I

admission or other privilegesand AGRICULTURAL RESEARCH
the amount being solicitedas I. Agricultural research Is putting -
a gift should be determinedand money In your pocket by
announced in advance of saving you $13 billion a year MAXWELL HOUSE DIXIE CRYSTAL EXTRA LARGE SIZE I
solicitation. The respective a* Helping to do this Job are Flor
mounts should be clearly indicated *I Ida's agricultural experiment WE ON. i
SUGAR
on the ticket or other evidence stations with Its more than 350 COFFEE .
OIL
of payment.Mr. dentists engaged In research I IIt
Schmidt also emphasizedthe around the state. USDA estimates r
mere fact that the ticketsor that if the Improved 58- Sib 38- 38 oz. 48- i
other privileges are not used methods developed by research. Tin Baa Btl.
does not entitle ,the patron to en around the country were not ,
any greater charitable contribution used, the cost of producing the
deduction. country's food and fiber would Limit (1) with purchase Limit ,(1) with purchase Limit (1) with purchaseof
Schmidt suggested that sponsors amount to $13 billion more an. $5.00 or more food of $5.00 or more food of $5.00 or more food
of fund-raising events con nually. order order. order
tact their local Internal Revenue
office when planning such affairs Subscribe tot Tteriagtef 3sDaae FROZEN FOODS
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Thread gills I II :BOARD OF REVIEW I / .
FOR SCOUT TROOP 495
I Celebrate
50th Anniversary Thursday evening July 29,
Boy Scout 'Troop 495 held a
i Mr. and Mrs. E. H. Threadgill, board of review at which time PRICES GOOD THURS., FRI., SAT., QUANTITY RIGHTS

Flagler Beach, recently celebrated Tommy Allen, David Miller and AUGUST 12, 13, 14, 1965 RESERVED

their 50th wedding anniversary Wayne Hutcheson were certifiedfor STORE HOURS-MON. Thru THURS. a. m..6 p. m. FRI. SAT. 8 a. m. 7 p.m.
with a family reunion. I second class and Lee Bourne
for merit badges in swimmingand OPEN SUNDAY 9 A. M. 1 P. M.
Attending the celebrationwere
conservation. Tommy and
their three sons and families
his family are moving this weekto
; Eugene and Eve, and their
U. S. CHOICE GRADE BEEF
Linette, Ala. and he can go
children Peter, Margaret, Billy
into the troop there as a full-
and Maria; Robert and Velma SIRLOINOR
scale second class Scout
and their children Dennis,
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Nancy and Linda; Sam and Troop495 will be taking various
Edith, and their children Susan hikes and camping trips ROUND
and Sammy. this summer. Scoutmaster Les
Also attending were Mrs. Waterman is planning one this
Threadgill's brother, R. Earl coming weekend. U. S. CHOICE GRADE BEEF FLA. GRAODE "A" D & D

Smith of Momla; Mr. Thread. CHUCK WHOLE
gill's sisters, Mrs. Mina Stetson ATTENDS FAMILY REUNIONMr.
and her son Sam of Arlington,
Va. and Mrs. Lillian Hackett of and Mrs. Robert Owens STEAK tb 69 FRYERS If> 29

Miami, and a brother, Henry and daughter Derese, accompanied
Threadgill, of Flagler Beach. their guest, Patricia Limit 3 Please
Mr. Threadgill Is one of the Trayler, home to Lanette, Ala.
country's pioneers In aviation, recently. While there they at. WESTERN CORN FED U. S. CHOICE

having begun flying In 1910, tended the Gaylor family re CENTER RIB CHUCK
and was associated with manyof union, Mrs. Owen's family.

the early commercial ventures M-Sgt. and Mrs. Robert Gay.lor PORK CHOPS If 79' '
> ROAST tb 59'
including !the Curtiss Flying and son Brad arrived from
Service.
He later specializedIn
Hawaii
for the reunion. Mr.
t airport engineering and construction Gaylor, a brother of Mrs. Owens, END CUTS ft>> 49c ROUND BONE ROAST tb 69cAmerica's
and went 'from that I has spent the past three yearsin
into general construction, and Hawaii. He and his family -
developed Fair Haven and Temple I
were enroute to Orlando wherehe
.. Terrace In Virginia, near will be stationed with the Favorite Shortening HERSHEY'SSUGAR
D.C.
Washington
Air Force. Also atendlng was
He Is now interested In build William\ Gaylor, another brotherof '
ing in Flagler Beach, Orange CRISCO ,
Mrs. Owens, his wife and son,
City and Cocoa, Florida.
Coy, from Fayetteville, North
Mrs. Threadgill's family was
the early settlers, in Carolina. Sandra Owens returned 3 Lb. ( Lb.
among
home with her *
after
parents
South Florida, having moved vacationing in Lanett and Can 59" 5 Bag 29
from Eustis to Miami in 1902.
Wayne Owens continued his visIt -
Eugene Threadgill Is an attorney for several weeks.
In Washington, D.C., and more Limit 1 with $5.00 or more food order Limit 1 with $5.00 or more food order
lives in Mclean, Va. Robert
w Ray Alexander and son, LUther -
Threadgill is an examining' at. of ,Grapevine, Texas, visited
torney for the Lawyer Title three days last week with Mr. 2Ya SHURFINE 303 SUNLITE 8 for
Guaranty Fund in Orlando, and
and Mrs. J.
D. Perritt and
Sam Threadgill Is connected daughter, Vicky. Mr. Alexanderis
Atlanta with !the, Ga.CELEBRATES building. business in Mrs. Perritt's brother. Mrs. PEACHES 3-79" TOMATOES 8"T

Perritt and Vicky returned with
them to Texas for a three weeks
BIRTHDAY visit with relatives in Grapevineand 2i/aROYAL PURPLEPLUMS i/a SIZE DEL MONTE

James A. Babbitt was honoredon Dallas. CHUNK
this birthday Monday eve. 3 for 79* f NiT t
ning. Enjoying cake and ice Mrs. Mary Mitchell and 3 fo.89
cream wltlrhlm were: his moth. daughter, Mary, from Montgom
.
: er, Mrs. W. A. Babbitt and his ery, Ala., spent last week visit- 303 DEL MONTE GARDENPEAS
sister, Mrs. Irene Bollinger, both ing with her brother in law and WHITFIELD PICKLED
\ of Augusta, Ga.; his brother in sister, Mr. and Mrs. George 40' KOSHER DILL
law and sister, Rev and Mrs. O. Moody, Sr.
t' A ,Radford from Belmont North The Moodys accompaniedthem
." Carolina; his son in law and on a sight seeing trip to Limit 4 Please TOMATOES ,39'
daughter, Mr. and Mrs. Judson Cypress Gardens, Tampa, St.

'/" Stryker, Jr., and his daughter, Petersburg, Clearwater, and St. 46 oz. DEL MONTE
Mrs. Leonard A. Johnson and Augustine.On FROZEN FOODS
children Dave, Debby and Dale, Friday the Moodys accompanied PINEAPPLEGRAPEFRUITDRINK
: all of Flagler Beach. them to Fort Walton
I QO0
Beach where they visited briefly 3 for 10 wNTEROARDENWUVUWJW Pk(
METHODIST CHURCH with Mrs. Mood/s brother and up _
i, sister in law, Mr. and Mrs. New. BERRIES 25'
,;%I. .." Church school at 9:45
: A.M. ton Hall, before returning to
';," and morning worship at 11 o'. their home. FRESH PRODUCE _

,, clock. Rev. Lester Stanton will
: be JWIUV THOMPSON SEEDLESS BAKERY
guest speaker next Sunday,

August Next Thursday 15.: August 12, at Community GRAPES It>> 23' 16 oz. EVERFRESH

6 P.M., the Woman's Society of Memorial Church ANGEL FOOD

Christian Service is sponsoring fats-i..rla.tl..l
"'I a picnic for all members and AIR CONDITIONED U. S. WHITE SELECT Cello Bag Ea. 39
,' their families to be held at the
f Dayton AT..
home of Lyman ,Gage. Friends CAKESDARY
,I
FLAGLER BEACH POTATOES 29
of the church are Invited. Please 5B
;:I,,: bring a covered dish and plate, Sunday School' 10:00 A.If. ., ,
',': silver and cup. Tea and cdfe Church Service 11:00: A.M.
will be provided and in case of It. W. DICKERT Put r VINE RIPENED KRAFT PURE ORANGE I
'::, rain, It will be held at the I EVERYONE WKLCOMK I

t-'" church. 1 1 I TOMATOES 23 JUICE QT. BOTTLE 350SNW i


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\" Phone 439-9221 With this coupon and your; With this coupon and your With this coupon and your
purchase of two (2) purchase of 10 Ib Cello purchase of Two (2)
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BRICE HOSFORD BARBERS VISIT ", ,

A HONORED BUFFET SUPPER WITH I FORMER HOME ,, \ ;

Mr. and Mrs. J. D. Barber ac. \ \ .
; Brice Hosford of the U.S. Air I companied their son jn law and ,
Force was honored with a buf daughter Mr. and Mrs. Carlisle Lean Western C. C.
I fet supper and farewell party Byrd of Seville on a visit to '
Friday evening at the Atkinson Alma, Ga. Sunday and Monday. J JLean
home on'North Palmetto streetHostesses I While there they enjoyed a PORK CHOPS Ib' 69
for the affair included sightseeing trip to their childhood .
his finance, Kay Weaver, and homes which included the
I his ,aunt, Naomi Rodgers, and I Big Creek Church where they '. :'
Carol Jean Atkinson. first Joined, and the home where Western BOSTON BUTT

Brice was enroute to Turkey they married. They also visited
for an 18-montjis tour of duty with many of their former ac. PORK ROAST \ Ib 53* i
with the Air Force. He Is the quaintances before they came to '
son of Mr. and Mrs. Jack Hos Florida to reside about 60 years
ford of Bunnell. ago.

Mrs. Alma SRlerskl had as Mr. and Mrs. Harry McKenneywere Lean Meaty For Bar-B-Queing U. S. D. A. Choice

her guests last week her daughter called to Brunswick, Ga.

children, Mrs., Chrlstne Wanda and Poison Rex and of uncle Friday Howard for the McDowell funeral whichwas of his SPARE RIBS 49' CHUCK STEAK Ib 59' .'

held there .
Also her Saturday.Mrs.
Kansas City. grand.
daughter, Dorothy Ann Rogers, End Cut Large Fresh Headless,
Nazhla Trad had as her j
of Jacksonville. I house guests this week her son
Mr. and Dirs G F. Smith In law and daughter, Mr. and PORK CHOPS Ib 49' SHRIMP Ib 99
Mrs. Jack Mllholland and chile
have moved to Haw Creek to
dren Warren, David and Robert
reside. They have purchased the I .
Haw Creek Service Station and of Miami. Blue Plate Qt. Jar )

will, operate it. Mr. and Mrs. John McKenzie MAYONNAISEArmour's 49. GINGHAM GIRLFLOUR ;
former and family and Dr. and Mrs. ,
Sam Newblll residentof
David McKenzie and family, all
Bunnell now of Atlanta Ga., a H i
of Babson Park, are vacationingIn
spent Wednesday here visiting
the Allen home at Flagler 12 oz. Can
with friends. lie and his familyare
I Beach. 5 & 29* \
vacationing In Daytona TREET Can 39$
Beach. Buzzy McKnight returned to Limit 1 with $5.00 or more food order
his home here after a visit with
Miss Susie Brannam and Miss
>
his sister Miss Diane McKnightof
Celia Joyce Emery left Saturday Landover Maryland. Duncan Hines 19 oz. Pkg.
for a vacation in the "va Jtf 18 0:. Jar
cation trailer" In Maggie Val. CAKE MIXES 3 =IOO
: llollls Derry Is leaving todayto fo
ley, N. C. Enroute, they visited spend two months with his PEANUT BUTTER 49c
with Susie's aunt, Mrs. J. C. Cox I
brother In law and sister, Mr.
In Savannah, Ga and attendeda
and Mrs. Frank Kaiser, In Wads-
William Roundtree reunion in
<
Swalnsboro, Ga. worth Illinois. Extra Large Size DAIRY SPECIALKraft -

Nat Spicer of Miami Is visitIng .
Mrs. L. L. Brannam and sons, here this week with friends. WESSON OIL Qt. JarORANGE
Levi Jr. and James Alan of He Is the son of Rev. and Mrs.W. .

Bunnell Martha Moore and her and sister son Bill Mrs.of of.the L. Spicer local Methodist Jr., former Church.pastor Bottle39c: : JUICE ,Jar 29C ;

Ormond Beach went to Swains.
Limit 1 with $5.00 or more food order
boro, Ga. Sunday to attend a Flynn Edmonson spent the FROZEN FOODS
reunion of the William Round- past weekend in Tallahassee -
tree family. Mrs. Brannam and with David Cook who Is a stu.
Mrs. Moore are great granddaughters Birds Eye Family Pak
dent at Florida State University,
of William Roundtree. FRESH PRODUCE -
attending the summer session. .
VEGETABLESBordens Each Z5e
Benny and John Geller were Red I
David Cook arrived here Wed.
1
accompanied home by Edd Davis .
nesday for a visit with his parents
and Buddy >Ckerds of Fort Mr. and Mrs. H. T. Cook. GRAPES Ib 19c
Lauderdale after a visit there.
INSTANTCOFFEE :
Mr. and Mrs. C A. Krantz, )lr.
L. U. S. No. 1POTATOES j
Mr. and Mrs. A. Yelvlngton and Mrs. Fred Krantz. and Mr.
had as their guest last week and Mrs. Jim Krantz and Vincent 10
Mrs. Charles Brown of Lake- Choltko attended the show Ib.4ge,
5 o=.
land. Ing of the 1966 cars In Jacksonville Jar 39e
Friday. Fresh
House guests of Roy Gordon Limit 1 with $5.00 or more food order
the past week included his son. CANTALOUPES ,.r89e
Edgar Gordon of New Mexico. I
who is enroute to An assignmentwith I '
the U.S. Army In Germany. R Esi
Also his daughter. Mrs. Terry M./i.l.
Bradshaw and two sons Lenn 5O1IXJ 5OI
and Gordon of Suffolk. Va.

Weekend guests Included Mr. i I with coupon & purchase with coupon & purchase with coupon & purchase*
and Mrs. Randy Gordon and I I of 26 oz. Can of 1 can Jifoam of 1 Sara LeeFREEWAX
young daughter of Wlldwood. i Prompt Service OVEN CLEANER CAKE
and Mr. and Mrs. P. P. Green The Tribune Coupon Void After Coupon Void After Coupon Void After
of Daytona Beach. I, Flagler I>Sunday, August 15, 1965) (Sunday, August 15, 1965) (Sunday, August 15, 1965
Fheoe IDtewood '..UGllIJUM11.
Mr. and Mrs Peter Dashoff Florida
have returned to their home
here after a five weeks vacation I
which carried< them to Chicago MILLERELECTRONICS
and Detroit for a month
and one week in )Ami. '
. FOOD
1744 Ocean Short Bird. iifl RODGERS; STORE
Recent guests of Mr. and Mrs.J. !
B. Maszk. Chapel 1 Street Included REPAIRS ON TV'S Itt
his sister, Mrs. J. A. WASHERSDRYERS
Fauntleroy and son Jimmy and I
daughter Kathy of Silver mil"" I
Springs Md. Kathy remained Call Collect 1724377 Phone 437-3227
for a two weeks visit after her OPEN SUNDAYS UJ.No.1 BUNNELL
mother and brother returned I ALL WORK GUAXAJfTZZD 8tOO ajn*-1 lOO p.m. j
home. Quantity Right Referred PRICES GOOD AUGUST 12,13,14,15, 1965r
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of ore'injured under social securitybut pure may be filed immedi because of this new law cancel type of flower at a time.
An Explanation hare never applied for ben any hospital or medical Insur-
efits. Even though they may still Students 18 to 22 years ance you may now have. Noneof
New Rules be working full time, It wouldbe whose social security benefits the health Insurance pro-
on desirable for these people to have been stopped as well as visions of the new law give any
apply now to establish their others nearing age 18 who plan I protection whatsoever until July I'
Social SecurityNow benefit rights. This will qualify to continue in schOoL Benefitscan 1966."
them for hospital Insurance pro. be paid back to January 11 JoMarWell
tection and will also make sure 1965 to those who already have
that the President has they get any cash benefits to been dropped from the rolls, but f ONE-TRACK: MIND
signed the 1965 Social Security which they may be entitled only upon application at a social Honeybees have one track
Amendments, some people will commencing in 1966 because of security district office. Those minds when it Drilling
: comes to nectar
want to take action right awayIn more liberal retirement test pro. nearing age 18 and planning to
order to protect their new visions. Under the amendments, stay in school or return to school hunting, says F. A. Robinson,
benefit rights. Most others will any earnings that a person has should also visit a social security assistant apiculturalist with the 2-inch to 12-inch Wells
need to take no action at all. after social securitywill district office, in order to state's experiment stations, the Pump Service
As legislation providing health automatically be includedat supply the information about
for
Insurance for the aged and a later date in a recomputa- their schooling which is neces reason their attitude is that Phone
making other far- reaching tion of benefits if it is advan sary if benefits are to be paid after a bee leaves its hive, it 439-2413
changes In the social security tageous to the individual: there. after age 18. gathers nectar from only one
program became effective with fore no' one can lose by filing i
the ceremony in Independence, for benefits as soon as possible. A severely disabled 'worker
Missouri July 30. Robert M. Ball, may !now collect disability insurance r --
Commissioner ois Socal Security] Persons 72 or older not now benefits if his conditionhas
proposed some "Do's" ana'Don'ts" getting benefits because they (or lastd or Is expected to last 24 HourWrecker .R-
for the many millionsof their husbands) had not worked for 12 full months-even thoughhe .
persons who will be afffected. enough under social security to may recover. Until now, he' Service
qualify under the previous pro could not collect disability Insurance
"First of all, let me say the visions of the law. These persons benefits unless his disability -
20 million people now receiving social security was expected to continue !
If they have I
social security benefits: you do credits at all any, should get In for a long and indefinite period Flagler"Truck & Tractor CO.
not need to take any action at touch with the nearest social se of time, or else cause his death.
all in order to get the increased The Social
curity office right away, becausethe Security Administration MASSEY-FERGUSON
cash benefit payments the law amount of time they neededto plans to search its records
provides. The amount of the: have worked under social se- and get in touch with those who Grove Farm Industrial Equipment
increase for the'months of January curity has now been reduced. applied for but were denied disability
through August 1965 will Some persons 72 or over will Insurance benefits during VIRGIL DECKER Phone ID 7-3242
be paid to you in a separate noW qualify for benefits of $35a the past year because they were Owner Bunnell Florida
check that will reach in the ,
you month with as little as three expected to recover. Others who
latter part'of September. The quarters of coverage under social think they may qualify under .
first 'checks reflectingthe ------- .
regular security. Benefits may also this change in the law should --
7 percent increase will be be payable to the wife or widowof ask about getting benefits at
mailed early in October, cover- such the nearest social security office.
ing the month of September." persons. There is no change in amountof
'Widows age 60 or 61 at the work required under social
Second: social security and time the law becomes effective. security for eligibility for disability BROWN & BROWN INC.
railroad retirement beneficiariesnoW I Beginning September, widowscan insurance benefits.
65 or over will not needto choose to have their cash
take any action to secure benefits start at age 60, Instead "Other persons who will wantto INSURANCEOUR
their basic hospital protection of age 62, but at a reduced inquire about possible new
under the new Health Insurance amount Application for this social security benefits" the
Program. All aged persons now Commissioner said, "include
on the rolls will receive in Sep I widows past 60 who have remarried PHONE NUMBER IS
tember or October a full Infor- and women 62 or over I
mation kit directly by mall describing New Nematide in who were divorced after at least
this protection, which 20 years of marriage. 4373394What
becomes effective July 1, 1966. "One other Important Don't! ,
Before this effective date a St. Augustinegrass for persons over 65," Commls-I I
Health Insurance Card certify stoner Ball emphasized: "Don't y. I
A nematide causing
I new pest --- -
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ing to their eligibility for the
services will automatically be I severe damage to St. Augustinegrass .
sent to beneficiaries 65 or over. has been discovered by -

nematologolsts with the state's
benefl-
Third: social security -
arles will not need to go to agricultural experiment ,station.In I '
the social security office about an article appearing in the type 01 person should j.
: .:i
the voluntary supplementaryplan current issue of the stations .

and other covering benefits.physicians At the time fees I,I quarterly magazine, Sunshine II' ...,',' 'f!,
they get the 'basic informationkit I[ State Research Report, special buythehotPlymouthnow? + ,.
they will receive an enroll I ists 'say the< nematode was discovered .. ., : 'i, ""-
ment postcard giving them an in a sample of grass :. \ !'
opportunity to sign up for the \ .' ,
from Beach of "
south
Boynton ,
added medical insurance program ."
i.:
which also becomes ef West Palm Beach. '

fective? July 1, 1966. The parasite was identified as :" ;\. ; : :. No' :., :

Fourth, a special message to a cyst nematode, a type not previously ,"' ,: ,
people 65 or over who have : known to cause economic I' '.,,.4c ;i.1. ..1, 0;"" (
worked under social, .
never security ,
.t. 4
In the stat "
damage t .
'
:, although not qualified I I '.. "
j .",
,01'11. <
for cash social security benefits, i Detailed study of the nema ;..... .. i rI' tl."v "
-if
these people may qualify for tode Indicates that it's a new .. &Jl.1 .; '
the basic hospital Insurance ," .I {: .,
species. .. ').........'f:.,, to! .
protection under the new, "medi /I \ ,',' .
1
< '
care" The species haS since been .. '"
Those ,
receiving ,
.
assistance 'il.,. '.. :, .
public from the states discovered in other locations on ,<, lI .

may be signed up for the basic the lower east coast of Florida, I f4".. ,
hospital Insurance by their wel always infecting St. Augustinegrass. ." .I *' ..
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'
fare in '
agencies. Enrollment the "'I "
voluntary insurance plan canbe: .. ;.** \/( "
accepted beginning September 1, The researchers point out that ,' .. ', ,
1965. Therefore, persons over 65 the Infected grass turns yellow .,: "t'0 .\,. '
who have not worked under so- and 'f" .-
growth slows down as the
cial security should wait at least .. ;
until September 1 before visit. nematode damages the roots. 1'H: ,. ..i. "
Ing their social security office. Studies are continuing on con <4.)', /

Then they can sign up for the trol methods for the pest. But 1'... or .
basic. hospital insurance and, until satisfactory chemical 1'7 ::
also, enroll in the medical In. con .
surance program if they wish trol can be worked out, Dr. V. G. ,tfi! ;I Ii'<< 'i '
i.
that additional Important pro. Perry, who has co-authored a jJ, : ..- ,' ,.

tection. technical bulletin on the new .. .,
Certain other groups affected species with Dr. A. A. DiEdwardo .,' V; ,
by the law do need to take ac. "I, .
tion. They need only inquire at suggests that homeowners i: ,; """'4 Y ",> .
their social security office, the whose St. Augustine grass is un .' ': ',., ; Commissioner said. The major der attack, by the pest 'wouldbe ; '
groups involved are: wise to replant with another : : ) :
Persons now 65 or over whoPETERSON !
kind of grass. saver
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1'9' poor1 The ,
new pest was discovered .
-
TEXACO while researchers were examining

SERVICE turf samples to Identify ." .Right' _.....' Plymouth Dealer's showroomIs .
I populations of plant parasitic a savers paradise. Ifs cleanup "
ROAD SERVICE time and time for every new-car shopper to -
Light Mechanical Work nematodes. The two specialists save big on a Plymouth Fury, Belvedere,
Phone 437.3441 BunntU described the pest as a glossy I Valiant or Barracuda. The '65s are priced
white, lemon-shaped parasite. low to move out fast. Bring your old car
........... "' In
for a nigh-dollar trade today.
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Rose Growing I but this shouldn't scare you.A opment other kinds of roots systems other forms the top.y Most of the--" ;'

plentiful supply of roses Except for grooming and pest "can be grown successfully." roses sold have been grafted on "'
Requires Care can be had as long as you care control differences, cultural If you already have your rose I one of three rootstocks-Fortuni- '
I for the plants properly and al practices for growing roses In garden underway that's one ana, Dr. Huey and Multlflora. j
low each to reach maturity. Florida are similar to those for thing but if you're planning to I
For those of who like to "Of
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growing other flowering shrubs. start a new one an important gives
spend some time in the garden "Roses are going to require I I I factor In buying roses is the the best results, Dr. Huey the
each week growing roses in grooming such as selective trim. I Roses grow large here in Florida I kind of root system. next best and Multlflora, the ,)
Florida can be a satisfying ming at monthly Intervals" Dr. and should be given "more I least because it is shortest JIved "
hobby. McFadden says, "and they'll also space than in colder climates." !. Experiment station tests have i under Florida conditions..
However, Dr. S. E. McFadden need weekly applications of Winter protection practices suchas [ determined that roses grafted

assistant horticulturist with the fungicides like Dithane M-54, deep planting 0: covering are on the fortunlana stock grow Subscribe:>> to The Flakier Tribune
state's agricultural experiment Maneb or Platan to control the not necessary, but anchoring larger more vigorously, producemore
stations, warns that certain leaf disease blackspot." taller varieties to cut down ''wind flowers and live several I

practices are necessary to en Additional grooming will In. damage is needed.Dr. years longer than plants grown I I O.F.ALtfORDBtgistuwi

sure healthy plants and beautiful elude the'removal of faded flow. McFadden says Everblooming on any other rootstock.
looking blooms. era after each "flush of bloom." varieties grafted on rosa for. Grafted plants are made up Real Estate Broker

Roses are classed as "highmaintenance"'plants This improves the plant's ap tuniana rootstock are recommended of two different roses. One Gunn.D. Florida
in Florida, pearance and stops fruit devel but these varieties with forms the rootstock while the
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EIGHT TIlE FLAGLER TRIBUNE, BUNNELL, FLORIDA Thursday, August 12, 1965 I

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Man's Adventurous sand pound sphere that Is the I Peaches Plentiful LISTS SPENDING IN listed by total sales in commissaries '
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world's largest unmounted I MILITARY STORES exchanges and eating

in globe. Driven by electric motorsIt At This Season Continued From Page 1 places, starts with Duval where
Spirit Portrayed can be turned in any desired I I sales totaled $21.8 million. Es-
direction to show the world in in addition to total spending at cambia followed with $13.3 million
Explorers Hall a totally different way. I 1 i Peaches are plentiful now, so all retail stores throughout the ; Orange with 13.2 million;
make the most of them while '
: I Okaloosa $10.8 mi 111 Ion Hills-
state. This latter ;
Explorers Hall In the National 9. Transparencies, a gallery of |I I you can serve them fresh. figure came borough $9.6 million; Monroe
large, luminous Illustrations the to 7.6 billion in 1963. Compared
I Home economists with
Geographic Society's new I I $7.7 million; Dade $7.7 million;
headquarters Is fast becomingone from National Geographic mirroring 'Florida Agricultural Extension with it, the spending at military Brevard $7.2 million; Bay $5.1
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of the most popular museS scenes of nature and moments -I I Service suggest that you serve stores is negligible million; Santa Rosa $3.4 million

urns In a city of great museums. of great adventure. them around the clock. I "The top Florida counties, and Seminole $1.9 million.
How Maps Are Made
The lively exhibits spreadover Peaches team 'up well with
the high cellnged first 10. Mapping the World, a cereal at breakfast to start the I
floor of the 10-story, white mar step-by-step display showingthe day right and can be used in
ble building at J7th and M. preparation of National Geographic many ways in turning out delectable CRAIG FUNERAL HOME .
Streets N.W. In Washington, maps and globes. salads and desserts for
D. C. Walled In glass and flooded lunch and dinner. A. H. CRAIG. Funeral, Director
Hall 11. Mount Everest, an arrangement
with light, Explorers I ROBERT WORLET Associate
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displays treasures of discovery, of equipment and For salads, the home economists -
records of scientific achievement, models recreating the 1963 : recommend a peach nectar AIR OXYGEN

and relics from ages past. United States expedition's climbto I salad. To prepare, mix an envelope CONDITIONED I LADY I EQUIPPED
the summit. One model represents I of unflavored' gelatin, 2 ATTENDANT
Nearly 400,000 persons visited Barry Bishop of the National tablespoons of sugar, and a CHAPEL AMBULANCES
of science and ex-
the museum Geographic staff who dash of salt In a saucepan. Add
the first It was Phone ID 7-3532
ploratlon year reached the top of Everest. I, 1% cups of peach nectar, H cup
Sun.
memorable
open. On one 12. Exploring the Air, featuring water, and 8 whole cloves. Place 201 E. MOODY BLVD., BUNNELL FLORIDA
5,000 men, women, and
day,
over low heat and stir until gel.
through the Explorer II, the balloon .
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exhibits In Just five hours.In gondola that two men rode to
Christmas vacation of 1964, a, record height of nearly. 14 tes. Remove from heat, strain,
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and add a tablespoon lemon
miles In 1935.
lines of children formed to
long
13. The Solar System, A unique Juice. Chill mixture to unbeaten
of eight and treasure
see pieces
egg-white consistency. Fold in ll
recovered from a sunken Span. orrery dramatizing the grand tj
diced, fresh peaches. Turn intoa
ish Plate Fleet. Other procession of planets through
temporary
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individual (
3-cup mold or 6 lj 1GtL '
shows, such as on the wonders space. ,
molds. Chill until firm. Then
of Egypt, have proven 14. The Heavens, showing ...
of distant nebulae unmold on a flat bed of lettuce.
giant portraits -
popular, too. models of famous telescopes Garnish with fresh peach slices.
two

Visits Hall
Royalty Serve with peach nectar-mayon fainq q jOUle,
By the busload come schoolchildren and a cosmic-ray spark
women's clubs, profes chamber. naise dressing. .p'leJddptWttw
slonal groups. A random sampling These imaginative displaysare I peach'orange shortcake makesa LI
from the guestbook: Coast a window on the world that tasty dessert. To prepare, add -

Guard Cadets, members of the 'opens into the past and looks grated orange rind to, the fam
Japanese Shipbuilders Association into the future. In the wordsof ily's favorite biscuit recipe. Bakeas N -"- tt

Sweetbrlar Alumnae, em President Lyndon B. Johnson usual. Then split and heap tl)1tuq Stdre
ployees of the Compagnle Fran. I who dedicated the new build sweetened peach slices betweenthe
calse des Petroles. Jordan's King ing, the mementoes symbolize biscuit halves. Top with. a
Hussein, the Ethiopian Emperor "the high adventure of advancing dollop of orange Juice-flavored ---- e-
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Halle Selassie, and the Sha of man's knowledge. whipped cream.

Iran have visited/Explorers Hall. _._ _n_
No barrier separate visitors,
I from exhibits. Freestanding, .
the displays invite close inspection

,I ; many can, be viewed from I Ii
the outside when the museumIs worth your wait in
closed.
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Explorers Hall grew from a ,
smaller collection of memora I II
bilia housed in former head
quarters. It is not a static mu. I

seum, destined to collect dust.

Melville Bell Grosvenor, president -

of the National Geographic I
Society, explained: "Explorers
Hall, though we've been, build.
ing it since the Society's founding .

is Incomplete. For .as longas

men brave unclimbed peaks,
plunge to abyssal depths, or
rocket Into space, this hall of
exploration will make room for
new chapters of discovery." 1
The 14 principal exhibits In

the hall are as follows:

1. Exploration Map, showing
three views ,of the world-as It

was known In 1651: as it appears -

today, and as it locates _'
more than 200 National Geographic '

scientific explorations. o '

2. Kaleidoscope, a colorful .

carrousel of 80 contrasting photographs 1 Chevrolet tmptft
rotating to show the '
Sport Coup
world in its endless variety.

3. Man's Distant Past, review. You couldn't pick a better time than now to buy a Chevrolet
Ing the anthopologlcal discoveries
of Dr. and Mrs. Louis S. B. Plenty of beautiful driving weather ahead, and your Chevrolet

I Leaky Gorge. in East Africa's Alduval dealer Is making allowances for your old car that are .

4. Cliff Dwellers, a scene from even more beautiful. Come drive a great deal.

prehistoric America portraying '
life in a kiva at Wetherill Mesa, I;
Colorado.

:5. The 11-foot globe, a thou. : J N.Corveh

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