The Flagler tribune

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The Flagler tribune
Place of Publication:
Bunnell Fla
Creation Date:
July 14, 1966
Publication Date:


Subjects / Keywords:
Newspapers -- Bunnell (Fla.) ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Flagler County (Fla.) ( lcsh )
newspaper ( sobekcm )
newspaper ( marcgt )
Spatial Coverage:
United States -- Florida -- Flagler -- Bunnell
29.4675 x -81.256944


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).

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St. Johns tribune
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Palm Coast news
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Social Security r TRI-COUNTY GROWERS DONATE 80,000 LBS. Lions Club Induct


Tuesday, July 26 I Tuesday MeetingTwenty
one members and five
Rick Shaw, of the Daytona guests were present at.|bx -Tuesday
Beach Social Security Office will] noon meeting of the Bunnell
be in City Library in City Hall "- the
Lions Club. Toping programwas
from 9 to 12 on July 26. Mr. : \ '" one of the largest induction
Shaw said he will be in the office ceremonies in some time. Three

to take care the business of 'lOAQli1 new members, Richard Shantere
the people of this area. Albert Zamba, and Wilson
Mr. Shaw said he will also beat acceptedat
I Avery. John Capo was
the Flagler Beach Post Office : s. the meeting two weeks ago.
from 1 to 2 p. m. for the convenience Lion President Jimmy Kelley
of the residents in that reported $7.97 earned throughthe

area. month of June on Lion sponsored
Al.A1' gum ball machines in the
CIGARETTE TAX FOR KA. county. This money will go
DISTRIBUTEDBen 1L1 'I'r \ toward the sight conservation
MAY ii'F program of the Club.

Morris, Director of the

State Beverage Department, re :!: LSRI CQr LOCAL FARM BUREAU
tax collections ?
ports that net cigarette TO MEETTUESDAY
for the month of May,
1966 amounted: to 184235151. NIGHTThe
Of this amount $1,599,344.08 will directors and committee

go to the State General Revenue chairmen of the Flagler County
Fund and the remaining $3,243 t Farm Bureau will meet at the
007.43 will be distributed to Courthouse at 8 o'clock Tuesday

qualified municipalities. Flagler LI fle1PF night, County Agent Don Jordan
County municipalities receivedthe ; said today.

following: The, purpose of the meeting iso

Bunnell ............. .......... $2,677.00 : discuss the increase in the
Flagler Beach ....... ........ 1,054.59 State Farm Bureau dues which
Beverly Beach ............. 95.36 was voted at a recent meetingof

Marineland .................. 84.02 the state directors.Outdoor .
Painters Hill ................ 6.67


GIRL'S Entire FamilyOld
time woodsmen are often
in second place in the dismayed at the increasing
Girl's Softball League, are the members of the weaker sex who
Black Knights who outplayedthe I have Invaded the outdoors to
Red Devils in 18.8 win Monday take up the manly sport of hunting .

night. Kathy Emery of the ?,. fishing and boating.
Red Devils smashed two nice While they may grumble about -
hits in an effort to help her } the change there is not

team. The Black Knights' Mc. y m4s much they can do, as outdoor
Nab turned in some nice field recreation for the entire family

plays.In Is here to stay.
the second game the Blue At the Youth Conservation

Angles, with the pitching of J. 3 .. ,,, Camp operated by the Game
the Green Hornets +a 'AwA Commis.
Dunson defeated and Fresh Water Fish

84. The Hornets' Whitney the Ranch Executive Committee sion, youngsters between ages
were don Potato Chip Company of Atlanta Boys'
turned in a good performanceat 80,000 pounds of potatoes Ga. bought the potatoesat and Sheriff E. Walt Pel- of eight and fourteen are intro
the Hargett sisters donated to Rodeheaver Boys'Ranch of natural
bat, while to the concepts
farmers from .50'above the market, as their licer, member of the Ranch Exe
recently by
sensational plays and re
made some contribution to the Boys' Ranch. cutive Committee. Seen in the resource conservation
Potato farmers .
the trt-county area. fishing
the field.Top the Flagler, Putnam, Shown, above from left to right: background are boys from the ceive training in hunting, .
Ten Batters from and wildlife
Dunson .................................... .736 and St. Johns counties joined Billy Robinson, buyer for Gordonin Ranch who helped with of the conservation.boating, camping Two weeks of
N. Hargett ............................ .625 together in donating 800 bagsof this area, Chuck Pierce, Executive picking-up and loading pota the nine week summer camping

Deen ........................................ .615 Potatoes to the second annual Director of the Boys'Ranch of toes. Photo Dick Westberry) program is set aside for the exclusive .
Wilson .................................... .600 I Boys' Ranch Potato Drive. Gor- R. T. Clay, Chairman by I training of girls.

J. Higglnbotham .................. .583 Boys may find that girls can
S. Townsend .......................... .578 Track Funds Boating Revenue BUNNELL be good fishermen and an asset
S. Hlgginbotham ................ .555 Race rather than 'a nuisance on a fish.

Blakely................................... .466 : Registrations Is LITTLE LEAGUE ing trip when they are properly
Weaver .................................... 453. Continue Increase The Ten Top HittersJ. introduced to the arts and skillsof
G. King .................................. .444 Fred O. FloridaConservation fishing and boating.
State Comptroller Big In I ..._........................... 814
McNab .................................... .428 Jr. today announcedthe More than 200 girls will re
Dickinson Director Randolph T. Mathen .............................. .800 the
in at
distribution of $12,000 that from T. Prevatt .............................. .741 ceive such Lake
; said today located at
state racing commission reve Hodges when the Annual Ronnie Herring .................... 637 youth camp National
MEDICAL SPECIALIST nue to each of Florida's 67 coim- July 1, 1963, Law became B. Ervin .................................. .600 Eaton In the Ocala
Boat Registration
AIR FORCEAir I ties. December, T. Bratcher ..........._............... ..500C. Forest. .
NEEDED IN effective, through ( only) camping
Dickinson said the returns- I various counties had I Wilder ................................ .462 The special girls 31 and
1965, the July
Force medical specialist I the final racing distribution for total of $1,291,789.20. D. Zimmerle ........................... .455 sessions begin 13.
vacancies are now open to qualified the fiscal year ending June 30, received a registration revenue, M. Bacon ................................ .439 continue through August the one
in boating attend either
Volusia and Flagler Coun 1966-tally $134,000 over the Ii two-thirds or 867859. J. Bratcher .............................. .429 Girls may the
which weeks of special
Dick racing disbursements. of week or both
ty men, women Beach, TSgt.AirForce previous year's total 47 went to the school boards and session.
Maves, Daytona
i the county com THE LEAGUE STANDINGS
$433,929.73 to Information and camping applications
recruiter, stalled this week. Dickinson noted the total distribution
Qualified dietitians, physicaland to each county to date I missioners. Won Lost are available from

occupational therapists between have now reached the $290,000 I To date, a total of $650,000 in. Yankees ............................ 6 0 Youth Conservation Camp, Game
the ages of 21 and 35 are I mark as compared with a $262- I boating revenue has been transferred Cardinals .......................... 2 2 'and Fresh Water Fish Commission

eligible to apply. Physical therapy 000 figure of the year before. I to the Outdoor Recreation Dodgers .............................. 1 4 Ocala, Florida.
is currently closed to males. This amounts to a total in. Program, and another $300,000is Braves ................................ 1 4
All applicants must hold a crease for each county of $27- due to be transferred in the Jack Collins lead the Yankees WOODY VINES

bachelor's degree. 500 for the fiscal year, Dickinson near future. Tuesday In their win over the MAY BE ANSWERWoody
Starting annual salaries for pointed out. I Braves. He hits, vines may the answerto

Air Force medical specialistsrange I He added that racing taxes REV BROOKS SPEAKS walking only five. that empty space in your gar-
from $5,100 to $8,500. will again be distributed in November AT COMMUNITY den. R. D. Dickey, horticulturist,
Medical specialists will be given of this year. MEMORIAL SUNDAY plants such as bouganvilleand
opportunities to receive addi Rev. Shelton Brooks will de. of the pastor who is on vacation. says species of Jasmine
be at
tional training. More details can I liver the sermon at the 11 o' The Sunday School wisteria are often overlook.ed .
the Daytona A sense of humor, and the I 10 a. m. and the worship service and
be obtained at clock service at the Flagler homeowners since they are
Office habit of laughing at yourself beginning at eleven o'- by
Beach Air Force Recruiting I Beacht Community Memorial as shrubs.
makes mostly grown
621 Ridgewood Ave. or call when nobdy Individual. Church Sunday, in the absence clock.
2539671. for a well



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Water ski tournaments held atFlorida's I.V THE CIRCUIT COURT, 8EV- Why Is it that the truth Is
Cypress Gardens attract I AND FOR FLAGLER COUNTY, so painful sometimes? I

top competitors from all IV FLORIDA: CHANCERY NO. S2M. -'

Plaintiff Call On Us
I Notice Is hereby given pursuantto
IGE IN ANU FOIL FLAGLEH Defendant. dated July 5. 1966. and
('OI'NTY, FLORIDA. DIVORCE entered In Chancery Case Number
IN PROHATE. NOTICE TO APPEAR 5275 of the Circuit Court of the I
In It?: The Estate of THE STATE OF FLORIDA TO: Seventh Judicial Circuit In and for
CHRIS K1LPER. Deceased. REGINALD WILLIAMS whose Flagler County, Florida, wherein I
\OTIt OF PROIIATE residence and Post Office addressare J, EDWARD McDONUGH Is Plaintiff
IN THE ESTATE OF SAID DECEDENT are hereby notified that a MARTHA L. HARBERT, are derddan"Jlbe -
: suit for divorce has been filed I will sell to the high I
You are hereby notified that a against you In the above entitled : t bidder for cash at the When
written Instrument purporting to cause and you are hereby requiredto front door of the Flagler County
be the last will and testament of serve upon Plaintiff's Attorney, Courthouse' In Bunnell Flagler
Bald decedent has been admitted to whose name and address appear I County, Florida, at 11b0 o'clockA I
probate In this court. You are here- hereon, your written defense If j : M. on the 25th day of July 1968) ,
by commanded within six calendar any, to the Bill of Complaint In the following described property as
months from the date of the first said suit, on or before the 6th day set forth In said Final Decree, to-
publication of this notice to appearin of August, 1966.) else decree pro wit:
this court and show cause, if confesso will be entered against Lots Five (5), Six (6), Seven
any. you can why the action of I I I (7). Eight 8), Block Two Hun-
this court In admitting said will to you.WITNESS my hand and seal of dred Two (20:.:) of the Town of I
probate should rot stand unrevok- laid Court this 1st day of July, Bunnell, as per Plat of said
1966. town on file \In the office of the You Need
/s/T. K. McKnight I E. A. SMYTHE Clerk of the Circuit Court for
County Judge, Flagler Clerk of said Court. I Flagler County Florida, In
County, Florida. (Seal) By: s/ Julia It. Harvey Plat Book 1 at )Page 2.
First publication on July 14, 1966. Deputy Clerk. DATED THIS 8th DAY OF July,
July 14-21-28-Aug 4-4tC. I W. L. WADSWORTH ;I 1966.
1' O. Box 896 E. A. Smythe
TAX EUI'ALI/ATIOV MEETING Bunnell, Florida Clerk of said court
Nolle Is hereby given that the I Attorney for Plaintiff. I Bys: / Julia }t. Harvey, I

Board of County Commissioners of I __._.__ __---July.\ .. _7-14-21-28-4tc._ .__ July(Seal)14 It. Deputy Clerk
Flagler County will meet with the :
County Tax Assessor at the County NOTICE AM CAM. OF MEETING I II |'
Commissioner's room In the I TO ELECT ONE MEMHEIl OF I'I I.V TilE COUNTY JUDGE' COURT,
Courthouse, Bunnell, "Florida at the BOARD OF Cl'I'Il\'ICOIl' FOHIIIMIM IV AND FOR FLAGLER COUN- 'GOODPrinting
hour of 9:01): A. M., on Tuesday, DRAIVAGK DISTRICT.!! I TY, FLORIDA. IN PROBATE
August 9, A 1), 1966 for the purpose I l INNORE 818
of hearing complaints and receiving Notice is hereby given that a special j!1 : Estate of J
testimony as to the valueof meeting of the owners of land VINNIE WILSON, Deceased.
any property, real or personal, I, situated in the BImini Drainage NOTICE TO CREDITORS!
as fixed by the County Assessor of 'I District In Flagler County Florida, I All creditors of the estate of
Taxes, and for the purpose of perfecting Is hereby called to be held in the VINNIE WILSON, deceased, are I
reviewing and equalizing Commissioner's Room of the Flag I hereby notified and required to file
the assessments, the value of which ler County Courthouse, Bunnell, any claims or demands which they
shall have been fixed by the County Florida, on the 19th day of July, I may have against said estate in
Assessor of Taxes or changed by A. D. 1966 at 3 o'clock P M. for I the office of the county judge of
the purpose of electing one member Flagler County, Florida I In the
him.Dated at Uunnell. 1"lorllllthll of the Board of Supervisors for courthouse at Bunnell, Florida! ,
12th day of July, A n., 1966. the term of three years and to attend I' within six calendar months from
BOARD OK COUNTY COMMISSIONERS to such other business per- the date of the first publication
OF FLAG- taining to the district that may I of this notice. Each claim or demand -
LEn 'OUNTY FLORIDA. come before the meeting. r elltp be In writing and muststate
By: Alfred R. Tucker, At such election each and c of residence and
post-office address of the claimantand
ATTEST: Chairman.E. .
acre> of land in the said District
A. SMYTHE, Clerk shall must be sworn to by the
be entitled to one vote in person
July 14-21-2tc by in claimant his agent, or his attorney -
or writing duly
It will become void
or -
signed for each acre of land ownedby
!STATE! OF FLORIDA him In said District. Guardians to law.
June 23rd, 1966.
represent their wards. Execu-
OFFICE OF SECRETARY I SSOF tors may and administrators I SEstella Adams,
may rep Executor of the Estate of
rsent the estates of deceased per-
VINNIE Deceased.
KNOW STATE YE, that I, TOM ADAMS sons be represented and private by corporations their officers may or I First publication on June 23, 1966. OFFICE FORMS
of June 23-30( & 1-U-4tc
Secretary of State of the State duly authorized agents.It July
Florida ,do hereby give notice that
Special Primary Elections will be Is ordered that this notice be IV' TIIO COUNTY JUDGE'S! COURT,
held In Flagler County on Tuesday, published each week for two 'I.n- IV AND FOR FLAGLER COUNTY -
August 2 and, If necessary, a sec- secutlve weeks In The Flagler Tribune FLORIDA IN' IM101IATB ENVELOPESINVOICES
ond special primary election on a newspaper published inFlagler CASE NO. HIS
Tuesday August 16. County, Florida. IN RE: Estate of
The Special Primary Elections are Date of first publication July 1 7, VINNIE. WILSON Deceased.
being held for the purpose of selecting A. D. 1966. NOTICE OF PROBATE
nominees of recognized political By order of Board or Supervisors. TO ALL PERSONS INTERESTEDIN
parties to become candidatesin THE ESTATE OF SAID DE-
the General Election on Novem- A B. JOHNSTON President. CEDENT:
ber 8, 1966 for the office of Judge Attest: You are hereby notified that a
of the District Court of Appeal, O. F. ALFORD, Secretary. written Instrument purporting to
First Appellate District. July 7th-14th 2tc.OItDiNACM. be the Last Will and Testament of LETTER HEADS
Given under my hand and the said decedent has been admittedto
Great Seal of the State' of Florida, No. at Tallahassee, the Capital, this AN ORDINANCE AMENDING AND hereby commanded within six calendar -
the First day of July A. D. 1966. ENLARGING THE CORPORATE months from the date of the
(SEAL)' Tom Adams LIMITS OF THE CITY OF FLAG first publication of this notice to BUSINESS CARDSSTATEMENTS
Secretary of State LER BEACH, FLORIDA REPEALING appear In this court and show
July 714213tc. ORDINANCES IN cause, If any you can, why the
CONFLICT HEREWITH, AND : action of this court In admittingsaid
i.v TUB niter COURT, !IEV- PROVIDING THE EFFECTIVE I Will to probate should stand I
AND FOIL .'LAUUJCOL'NTV.. Whereas, the City Commission ,/.flT.. V U"Tl'1I1Tnnor' 'u,
E'1ORiDAPHUETT finds thBt"the property.dellcrlbfod County Judge:;
CONSTRUCTION CO. I herein Is owned VeltLU'tl: Flagler County, Florida
I INC. a Florida Corporation, OCEAN PALM COUNTRY Date of first publication: June
' Plaintiff, I Z INC.. and Is contiguous to thepresent 23rd. 1966. BILL HEADS
i boundaries of the City oFlngler June 23-30 & 3uly 7-U-Hc
resident of the State of Florida I I tt1ahde: City of Flagler Beach IV CIIV\CERY NO. B.107 RULED FORMS
who has been absent from the for to be Included within I MICHAEL DEAN McCAVE
State for more than sixty ((60)) the municipal boundaries of laid Plaintiff, I
days', or in the alternative so City: andWHEItEAS
conseals herself that Service of the City Commission SUSAN JANE McCAVE.
Process cannot be served upon finds that the lands described herein Defendant. TICKETS and TAGS
her. can be served with municipal NOTICE TO DHFEVD' I
NOTICE OF !SUIT utilities and services now, therein TilE STATE OF FLORIDA TO:
a Complaint to foreclose a IT ORDAINED BY THE Whose residence and post office
contractor's lien upon the following CITY OF FLAOLER BEACH IN address are unknown
described real property: OPEN SESSION SITTING AS FOLLOWS You are hereby notified that a
North 250 feet of Government : suit has been filed against you In CIRCULARSANNOUNCEMENTS
Lot 1, Section 26, 1. The boundaries of the' City ot the above entitled cause; and you
Township 11, South Range Flagler Beach be and they are are hereby required answer
31 East, Flagler County, hereby amended to Include within with the ktoorlthr.o'go t,
Florida the corporate limits of said city nnd to serve a copy thereof upon
has been filed in this Court against that real property more particularly I' the plaintiff or plaintiff's attorney,
you and you are hereby requiredto described as follows: whose name and address Is:
file your answer or other defense That portion of Fractional Sec- DONALD E. BUCK
to said suit In the office of tion 29, and that Portion of Government 108 St. George Street
the Clerk of the Circuit Court of Lot 5, Section 30( being St. Augustine. Floridanot
Klagler County, Florida, at the I In Township 12 South Hange 32 later than July 30 A. D. 1966.
Flagler County Courthouse, In East, Flagler County, Florida, and If you fall to do so, decree pro
Bunnell, Florida, on or before August being described as follows: I confesso will be entered against
15 1966 and to serve a copy I Commence at the Intersection of you for the relief demanded in the
thereof on the Plaintiff's attorneys, the South line of said Section 29 bill of complaint. The nature of
THOMAS C. SIMPSON, 114 Bay with the Westerly line of State said suit being for divorce.
Street Daytona Beach, Florida, Road AlA, an 80'( right of way as WITNESS my hand and seal of We Don't Do The
and PAUL It. STERN, Post Office now laid out; thence Westerly said Court this 28th day of June MostPRINTING
Box 6307, Daytona Beach, Florida, along said South line of Section A D. 1966.Official .
as required by the Laws of Flor- 29, a distance of 426.32' to the point ( Seal) E. A. SMYTHE
ida and the Florida Rules of Civil of beginning; Clerk of said Circuit Court
Procedure. If you fall to do so a From said point of beginning go By Julia R. Harvey
Decree Pro Confesso will be taken Northerly and elolo State Deputy Clerk for tho relief sought Road A1A, a distance 1219.87 June 30 & July 7-U-21-Uc
t I. tn A. point'
nThis; "'n;tics"'shall be publishedonce Thence Easterly and at right I.V CIRCUIT COURT OF THE I

each week for four consecu- angles to last described line a distance !SEVENTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT
tive weeks In the Flagler County of 100( ( to a point; IV' AND FOR FLAULER COUNTY -
Tribune. Thence Northerly and parallel to FLORIDA I.V CHANCERY
WITNESS my hand. rI3d official State Road AlA a distance of 300( NO. (1304 But We Do Some of the
seal at Bunnell, Flagler to a point; THELMA LUCILLE EVANS Best
County, this 6th day of July, 1966 Thence Westerly and at right Plaintiff, *:L __:: __
E. A. SMYTHE, Clerk of angles to last described line, a distance -
the Circuit Court. In and of 100'( ( to a point: JAMES DELB'ERT EVANS
For Flagler County Flor- Thence Northerly ard parallel to Defendant.
ida. State Road AlA distance of 1300' ORDER OF PUBLICATION'
s/Julla R. Harvey, D. C. more or less, to a point In the IN' THB NAME OF THE STATE
PAUL R STERN North line of aforesaid I Government OF FLORIDA:
Post Office Box 5J07 Lot 5: TO: JAMES DELBERT EVANS
Daytona Beach Florida Thence Westerly and along the
Attorney for Plaintiff.THOMAS North line of Government Lots 5 MERRY HILL,
and and 4. a distance of 1030' more or NORTH CAROLINA
C. SIMPSON less to a point In the right of way You are hereby required to file
114 Bay Street line of the Florida Intracoastal with the Clerk of this Court your
Daytona Beach Florida Waterway; answer to the Bill of Complaint Dial 4373282The
Attorney for Plaintiff. Thence Southerly along said rightof filed herein against you In the
July 7-U-21-U-4to. way of the Florida IntracoastalWaterway above entitled cause on or before
distance of 2150' moreor the 30th day of July A. D., 1986 ,
less to the Southerly line ofSection and sereve a copy thereupon R. K.
30: thence Easterly alonrSoutherly ioberson, Esq. plaintiffs attorney
QJribunrBUNNELL line of Sections SO and herein, whose address Is Clayton
QJljr JRlagltr 29, a distance fotlIOc.e or 11'11,1 &: Roberson, 209 Conrad Building -
to the point DeLand.
FLORIDA 2. All ordinances or parts of ordinances Tribune" Is'fnealidaCI as
In conflict herewith are the which this order
hereby repealed. shall be published once a week for
MRS. JL B. FULLER Editor 3. This ordinance shall take effect four consecutive weeks HEREIN
Immediately upon Its final AIL NOT OR A DECREE PRO
De.lpatet .ewsoarer fee all.egsl Charles RockettCommissioner AGAINST YOU FOR SUCH FAIL-
Advertiaias URE.
Willie 8. Harrison The iture of this suit Is a bill
Commissioner for' divorce.
, Entered as second class matter Floyd J. CollinsCommissioner WITNESS My hand and seal at
February .. Itlt, at the poitoffle lunnell. Flagler County, Florida
at Bunnell Florida, under Willis A. McDowell tlc lhsl of June, A. D. 1966. Flagler Tribune
Act of March J, 111. Commissioner ( ) E. A. SMYTHE
Geo. E. Wickline As Clerk Circuit Court
Commissioner Flagler Florida
One year..67.685h APPROVED: 28th June, 1968 By countrt
: months _____1.211 R. L. McNab. ( R.De :telterk.
,. June 30, and ;ryor1, 14, 21, 4tc. June 30 & July 7-14-11-410 _



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In Florida I IB1' I I soggy with water will kill them. I
Gardening Most foliage plants grow I Ii

( Kerrey Sharp) I i well as temperatures between Quantity Rights
60 and 70 degrees. I WE GIVE I Reserved

-they Foliage, too plants, need are a people I the Therefore plants, from in summer being broiled protect i MET T S I ***

Plants won't tolerate a daily TOP PRICES GOOD
II alive by sun rays. In winter,
scrub down, but take on a don't roast the plant roots by Thurs., Fri., Sat.,
healthy luster with an occasional I SUPER MARKET
placing the container on a rad- VALUE Monday
leaf washing. Dirty foliage
iator. July 14, 15, 16
is unattractive in an
I Plants are also like people in : and 18
otherwise Florida room.If I I
spotless STAMPS 103 SOUTH
that they like their food servedat ST.
the leaves are heavy with Tel. 437-3201
regular intervals. The best I I
grime, use soapy water, a soft
suggestion on feeding plants is --
cloth and a gentle touch. Rubbing Florida Grade "A"
to follow the directions on the
too hard will cause injury. container. Use a complete fertilizer

Slightly dusty foliage will .II in tablet or powder form.
sparkle if polished with a flan
: If there are no directions on
nel cloth. Plant polishes are the container, mix one teaspoon
available at the supply I
: of a complete garden fertilizer
store. But before you use them, FRYERSLb7Q
in one quart of water. Apply this
be sure to read the directions.The .
i strength solution every two or !
I four weeks.
proper watering of plantsIs I
more important than giving I University of Florida Agricultural -I II

them a bath. Too big a drink or I Experiment Stations give 1
none at all spells disaster. In these tips on diagnosing plant I Limit ((2)) with $5.00 or more food order
general, most house plants re troubles. Brown tips or burned
I margins to leaves mean too
quire a thorough soaking oncea
week. much fertilizer, you've let the I Fancy Select Flavor Aged

Don't use cold water, as it plant roots dry cult or you've let BEEF LIVER
shocks the plant. A small dash I I the plant become wind-burned. STEAK

frequently makes the plant mis I Yellowing and dropping of lb. lb.
erable. Often the soil in the bot. leaves indicates soil or gas 4ge S3eWorld'

tom of the container becomes' fumes, over watering, poor

dry, causing the plant to wilt or drainage or poor soil aeration.
die. Keeping the plant roots Small leaves suggest tight or Best Lean (Boneless)
heavy mixtures, lack of fertilizer Ground Ibs. lb.
or not enough moisture. EAT 6ge
Weak growth of light color on
WANT ADSListings otherwise healthy foliage per. Lean JuicyCUBE Lean (Beef)

haps indicates too much light, STEAK lb. lb.
under this heading are lack of fertilizer, root-rot or poor 490
3 cents a word. each Insertion. root systems. Yellowing, wiltingor
75 cents is the minimum charge I
soft growth means too much
heat or root injury. Oven Ready (Standing) Flavor Aged

MALE HELP WANTED-We are. Small leaves and long internodes RIB ROAST T OR
looking for a dissatisfied successin are signs that the plantsare SIRLOINS
Flagler County. He needs to
growing with too little lightor lb. lb.
make at least $200 a week. Callor 8ge
the temperature is too high
write George Petersen, 252-
for the plant.If
3216 or P. O. Box 6007, Daytona
you are just starting a
Beach. 7-14-ltc house plant project, here're some ARMOUR Florida Grade "A" Maxwell House

3x6 Armstrong linoleum rugs, suggestions on containers. SHORTENING SMALL INSTANTCOFFEE
$1.75 each. New 4 slat chairs and Wooden tubs are excellent

table, $19.50. Jerry's Furnitureand since wood prevents rapid dry. VEGETOLE EGGS
Appliances, Old Dixie High ing out of the soil. Jardlniers 3 lb.
way two'miles south of Korona. usually lack drainage holes, TinLimit 490 6 oz. 690
Phone 4373752. 714ltc. which may cause a watering : Doz. $*r 00 Jar
problem. Clay pots are fine and ((1) with $5.00) or 3 Limit (1)) with $5.00 or

FOR SALE-GE refrigerator very can be painted ito blend with the more food order more food order
good condition. 14 ft. house colors in the patio.
trailer ready to travel, $275.00; Brass and copper are ideal for I Canada Dry ((12 oz. can) Niblet's 12 oz.

21 inch Zenith TV; table and table and mantle arrangements.But CANNED OLEOQuarters
chairs, $12.50; 2 chest of draw as these containers are WHOLE KERNEL

ers; new porcelain set of dishes, usually small, pay careful attention DRINKS ( )
service for 8, and other items. to water and fertilizer. Ib.I0 CORN
Lambert Avenue, second house 17e
Soil is very important for
from bridge on canal. Albert Cans $.g 00 Pk.g. Cans
house plants. Since they must
Pluff. July 14, ltc. Limit 2 Please 4 99c.
survive on a very small amount,

SEE THIS MODERN 3-bedroom give them the best soil mixture
home on canal with boat dockat available. There is no best mix Large (Red Ripe) ARGO ((303 Can) BIG SCOOP

115 Lantana Avenue, Flagler ture. However, a long-time fav WATERMELONS ICE'
Beach. Large living, and dining orate for many homeowners is a GREEN

room, built in kitchen, IVi bath, mixture of two parts peat and MILKEach
Florida room, workshop, 2 car one part garden loam soil. PEAS
garages. 90x112 lot. $14,500.00.Call If you are hunting for plants
2527571. July 14, tf that take little care and will 4ge Cans 1/2 Gal. 4ge
withstand much abuse consider 4 6ge
FOR SALE-Trailer, 43 feet in such plants as Bromeliads, Dracaena

length, with carport, workshopand Montera Peperomia or
Golden Yellow Everfresh 20 ARGO (Light Chunk)
living room, bed room and Sansevierla. These plants don't oz.BREAD )

breezeway. Workshop practicallynew seem to mind low light intensity BANANAS TUNA
good water, 100x100. Located or warm dry rooms.
5 miles ,south of Marine Plants that will grow in full lb. Loaves Vz $4fO
Studios. R. A. Kellogg, Phone sunlight include Codiaeum, Dra- Z 250 4 for 850 3 Cans JL

4392196. 772tp. canea Ficus, Philodendrum

LOSE WEIGHT safely with selloum and Sansevieria. Plants Cello Bag Cooking Everfresh (12 ct.) Our Pride

Dex-A-Diet Tablets. Only 98c at that will tolerate dry soils are ,
Moody's Pharmacy. June 9, 12tp Bromeliads, Pandanus, Peper
omia, Sansevieria and Scindap-
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SINGER sewing machines. New, sus. Bag. 350soTiS 2 Pkgs. 250MfiSgHimiBlIB 990nsRtaiftfKixfxm

used, repairs. Call Bob French,
253-4541 Daytona collect. The Incas of South America 1UIr lrjr
SEPTIC TANK Cleaning; drain and Mayas of Central America
fields installed; Rota-Roter snail grew several varieties of sweet 50 FREE 50 FREETOP

shell. Reasonable Call using variety for
prices. potatoes one
George Jarosz, 437.3410 8-1-tf food and the others to supply
With purchase of With purchase of With purchase of
their artists with colors to use in
LIKE TO FISH?-Come to Pelli- paints. (1)) Pan Ready Cut-up 3 Ibs. or more Chuck $2.00 worth of Cosmetics

cer Fish Camp. Boats, bait, tackle Fryer Roast or Dental Supplies

camping and picnic area. T'i r'I Coupon Void After Coupon Void After Coupon Void After

Under new management. Richard O. F. ALT7ORD Monday, July 18, 1966 Monday, July 18, 1966 Monday, July 18, 1966
and Wilda. 4-28-tf Registered
I MIImJJClIfI1CImJt31f: :: "'''m'm' ':: =]':''m''ua ""t >* > *S l> > \ Real Estate BrokerBunnell



LOTS, HOMES, OCEAN FRONT, ,- .... With purchase of With purchase of With purchase of
ACREAGE PETERSON TEXACO s $2.00 worth of Houle4 lb. Bag Omaha LongGrain ((1) Garden Hose (All
SERVICE ware Items Rice lengths and sizes)
See v* for your real estate needs
Office Phone HE 9-2242 ROAD SERVICE I Coupon Void After Coupon Void After Coupon Void After
Residence Phones ID 7.3691 Light Mechanic Work Monday, July 18, 1966 Monday, July 18, 1966 Monday, July 18, 1966

or ID 7-3517 ,as.-e.----------------Phone 437.3441 Junnell _


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Florida Baptist Church, where he- larly to please tell their friends I H. G. HEYDT REMAINS

L3each served nine years. He then and invite them to come. The I RETURNED TO FORMER
: served as missionary pastor of time is 7:30: P.M. :
a the Seminole Association for two I HOME FOR SERVICES
a years. Rev. Dickert then accepted Mrs. Ruth Stafford of Mituch-
MR. AND MRS. RANDOLPH HODGES a call to the Calvary Baptist en, N. J., daughter of the late H. G. Heydt of Flagler Beach
7t t Church at St. Augustine, Florida, I Rose Seckner of Flagler Beach, who passed away on July 1 at
where he pastored four years. has been enjoying a vacation at his home in Flagler Beach was
Following this, he was pastor of the Seckner home in Flagler returned to the Francis F. Seidel
I R the Baptist Church, Flagler Beach the past two weeks. She, Funeral Home in Reading, Pa.,
to Beach, Florida. was accompanied by Mrs. Kay for funeral services and Inter-
A Finally he organized and built I' Bodogh of Geneva, Florida. Mrs. ment. There were no local
the Flagler Beach Community Stafford is employed by the services. Arrangements were by
Memorial Church, where he stillis State of New Jersey. She formerly The Craig Funeral Home. He
the pastor with Mrs. Dickert. I I resided in Flagler Beach was 71 years of age.

As a celebration of 50 years of with her family and attended He is survived by his wife,
service in the ministry, they are' the Bunnell High School. I Esther R. Heydt, Flagler Beach;
taking an extended tour of the 1 daughter, Mrs. June Hiester of
Holy Land, and visiting eleven METHODIST CHURCH NOTESAt Temple, Pa; a brother, Henry G.

i ,J ,- other European countries. They Wor Heydt of Reading, Pa.
the 11 a. m. Sunday
FT 'jI will leave New York and Jet to -
ship the Rev. E. Lester Stanton
Rome Tuesday, July 12, 1966 and
will preach. The sermon subject
return August 13th.
J will be: "On the Margin." AlexanderLumber
The Ladles Guild and mem
Beginning with the next Sun
bers of the Flagler Beach Com
.4 day, July 21th the Rev. Dallas CompanyFLAGLER
.. munity Memorial Church hon
Browning of 6 Seabreeze Drive,
ored Rev. and Mrs. Dickert with
Ormond Beach, will preach for BRANCH
rP I I
2 a surprise going-away party following -
the next six Sundays. He may
\ the guild meeting on Summer Time
June 30. be called for any pastoral needs
I those weeks. His tele
I'' during
Approximately 30 friends
I phone number is 6721759. Special
braved the rain to attend. A
: gift enabling 'them to show pictures
Miss Anne Bourne is in
that Rev. Dickert plans to Orangeburg, S. C. visiting relatives. : Quantity Discount Paint
take while on the trip will be
presented to them on their re I I II
I j turn. i SALESavings
Mrs. Thelma Crotty of Cassel-

I Y ., GAMES PARTIES CONTINUE !'I berry visited with her mother I '
Mrs. Mae Hendren last week. I up to 207. on
Also visiting with Mrs. Hendren I Exterior-Interior

Last two week's winners at i I one day was Mrs. Franklin i Masonry-Wood Paint
I the weekly games parties being I I Conklin of Battle Creek, Mich.
\ held at the Woman's Club at 1524S. I, igan. Weekend guests included I Let us assist you with our

Central Ave., were Eddie Dodi- II I Jimmy Hargett and family) remodeling or home
mead and Janet Haines. I Improvement service.
j Tonight's (Thursday) prizes ]I Limes,_like other citrus fruits,I
will be "surprise" packages and I are native to Southeastern Asia
Mrs. V. W. Haines asks those I I and have been cultivated for j jI TRADE WITH JOHNNY

who have been. attending regu I thousands of years. I
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Karen Abraham became the veil. She carried a bouquet of ; ,
bride of Randolph Hodges of St. white daisies centered with a '' -f.. e" ,. ; \ R '..
: 1
Augustine in a double ring cere white orchid. Ar \
mony at St. Stephens Catholic Sharyn Abraham, sister of the 'j
: Church, Bunnell, June 24, Father bride was maid of honor. Jack ti. <.t( .
t.: Leon officiated. Abbott Jr., Flagler Beach, was "'.? "
../: ..
The bride is the daughter ofI best man. .., >
I t. .
I I Mr. and Mrs. Nagi Abraham, After the wedding there wasa j j
Flagler Beach. The bridegroomis dinner party for the immediate V ,..;
the son of Mr. and Mrs. family and the wedding

Charles Hodges, St. Augustine. party at the Bali, Daytona Beach. '
Given in marriage by her Following a honeymoon in I ri \

father, the bride wore a street South Florida, the couple will' of t f ; .
S' r
I length gown of angel skin peau reside in Mayport, where he is Y
de sole and Alencon lace trim. stationed with the U. S. Navy. I + M i '

She wore a shoulder length (Photo by Hein)

Rev. R. W. DickertOn ville charge, after serving there r .
Trip To The one year, the Conference sent 'I .t.". 1.' '?
I Holy Land him to Reading, Pa., where he

Rev. and Mrs. R. W. Dickert, served three years. He was then : L.OVELY FEELING
who left recently for a trip to transferred to Sunbury, Pa.,
i the Holy Land, spent some timein where he served this church for

Quarkertown, Pa., where he five years. I
began his ministry 50 years ago. He Joined the Dr. R. E. Neighbor
He was honored there and the Evangelistic Party and tray
following account was carriedin eled and worked in this capacitytwo
I the newspaper there. He is years. A call from The Bible IiI

I now pastor of the Flagler Beach Institute Baptist Church, Cal
Community Memorial Church in gary, Alberta, Canada, was ac
Flagler Beach. cepted to be a supply pastor of .
The Rev. and Mrs. Robert W. their church for three months. I Y ,
; ::
Dickert, formerly of Bethlehem, After returning to the States, "
are celebrating their 50 years of he was ordained into the Southern .
service in the Gospel Ministry.The Baptist Ministry at the Cen I
following is their-history: tral Baptist Church, Waycross,
He became pastor of the Georgia, in January, 1930. He
Church of Quakertown, now the served as pastor in Longwoodand
Bible Fellowship Church in 1916. Oviedo, Florida, five and a

I He served this church for three half years. There's no nonsense with an electric dishwasher. No pre-rinsing, no
and one-half years. He was then' He received a call to the soaking, no drying,no drudgery .less breakage too.And no dishpan
sent to the Grateford and Harley- Ridgewood Avenue, Holly Hill, hands. Modern electric dishwashers save 90 minutes a day- and

they safeguard family health by sanitizing with water that's hotter

i than hands can stand. Don't you think you'd be better off today
CRAIG FUNERAL HOMEA. with happy dishes washed the electric way?

See your appliance dealer or plumbing contractor.
H. CRAIG, Funeral Director

JOHN CAPO Manager '




Phone ID 7-3532 I







C II 0 C G. C.. Own "OVEN READY" \I

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LOCALS. : ': Meat Loaf


: 3 Ib. loaf
Mr. and Mrs. Tom Diamond
DAVID STEVENS left last week for Detroit, Michigan .
on the first leg of a ten
weeks vacation and trip to their Fresh Florida Grade "A" D & D (2-2% lb. Avg.) (CUT TO ORDER)

Charlotte Lillian Gies became former home in Greece. They;
the bride of David Stevens, Bun have not visited there in fifty;
nell in a double ring ceremony years. lb. 33
in Folkston, Georgia, July 2. They will take a chartered
Judge B. Scott Johnson, official' plane, carrying about a hundred
ed. passengers on the trip. They wil
Charlotte is the daughter ol: spend about 7 weeks there.
U. S. D. A. ChoiceCHUCK
Mr. and Mrs. Charles Gies, 31C( I
Forsythe St., Bunnell. I MR. AND MRS. DEEN
Stevens is the son of Mr. and I HOSTS AT REAL Ib 49-
:Mrs.: Jimmy Stevens, Douglas, HAWAIIAN LUAU
Georgia. Mr. and Mrs. William Deen,
.The bride wore a two piece Sr., were hosts to members of U. S. D. A. ChoiceCHUCK
suit of winter white lace. Her the Idlewood Club and their

veil was of white illusion. husbands Saturday evening ala STEAKS Ib. 59'Lean
Stevens is employed at Tri real Hawaiian Luau, complete
Trucking Company, Jackson with all traditional foods and
ville. Mrs. Stevens is employed decorations. The party was held --

at Anderson's Drug Store. around the poolside which lent Western (First Cut) Valleydale "All Meat" I
at home at 30C(
The couple are a festive air to the occasion.
N. Church Street, Bunnell. Guests included Mr. and Mrs i' PORK CHOPS SMOKED SAUSAGE
Louis Steflik, Mr. and Mrs I
DEEP SEA FISHING Dale Brown, Mr. and Mrs. M. B lb. lb.
TRIP ENJOYED BY McDaniel, Mr. and Mrs. Rem 4ge 49C
LOCAL RESIDENTSFlagler Murray, Mr. and Mrs. J. D. Ferryman I

county residents enJoying and Jimmy Hargett, all
a deep 'sea fishing trip of Bunnell, also Mr. and Mrs Lyke's "Sugar Creek" SMOKED (14-16 lb. Avg.) (HALF OR WHOLE)
from Daytona Beach Saturdaywere Billy Deen Jr., of Bell Glade.
Frances Edmonson, Flynn
Edmonson, Virginia Moody, FINESSE CLUB
Grace Kinney and Anna Kinney. The Finesse Club met with HAM Ib.Ask 59
They reported a very good Mrs. Opel Craig Tuesday eve
catch and a very enjoyable trip. ning. The meeting last week .
was with Mrs. Mary Gurnee at
Tom Holden returned Tuesday Flagler Beach.
morning from a trip to Eliza.
bethton, Tenn. with the Julian Mr. and Mrs. Raphael Stur- I G. C. For Special Meals Cut To Your Satisfaction
Caudill family. Mrs. Holden re man are returning home this
mained for a longer visit. weekend from a vacation in

I Ocean City, Del. There they enjoyed Red & White "Cut" 303 Can
Mr. and Mrs. Bobby Brooks of a family reunion with his
Titusville are guests of Mr. and 1 I son in law and daughter, Mr.. BEANS 6 $1
:Mrs.: Shelton Brooks this week. and Mrs. William Marshal of

Onancock, Va. Also, his son and Hunt' (Halves) No. 2% Can COFFEEIlb.
returnedto in law Dr. and Mrs.
Mrs. Amorette Wells daughter ,
Baxley, Georgia with her son Bill Sturman of East Orange,, PEACHES 3 For $100 I n 48c
and daughter in law, Mr. and N. J., and his grandson and
Mrs. Bill Bowers for a visit daughter in law, Mr. and Mrs. Fireside 1 Ib. Box
there. While there she will also, Bill Sturman Jr., and young Limit 1 with $5.00 or more food order
visit with her sister and brotherin II baby of New York City. SALTINES Each I9C

law, Mr. and Mrs. N. A. Conner ,I
Sr., before returning to her Mrs. Daisy Moody and daughter All Brands ((10 or 12 oz. 6 Pac)
home here. I I Lee, have returned to their
SOFT (Plus Pillsbury's (Sweet or Buttermilk)
home in Alexandria, Va., aftera DRINKS Zge' :
D eposit)
Mr. and Mrs. Bob Cook and : visit here with her mother,
family are spending this weekend I Mrs. Ethel Lee Whitaker and i Old Milwaukee (Plus Deposit)
!in Clearwater with their son : also Mr. and Mrs. Ray Mercer.I
(12 Bottle PVi9C
in law and daughter, Harry and I I BEER
Pac Carton
Pat Gignac. Their daughter, I Mr. and Mrs. Wallace Joiner ) CanJPC
Mary, will remain there for a and three children of Tampa,
visit of two weeks before re I visited here Thursday thru DIXIE CRYSTAL Limit 4 with $5.00 or more food order
turning home. 1 1I I I Sunday with his sister, Mrs. I!
I'Leona Knight. I
Mrs. Charles Chambers is visiting SUGAR FROZEN FOODS -
in St. Petersburg with her Homer Hansen of Edna, Texas, I.
parents the C. B. Stickneys. Her visited here a short time Sunday S 10 oz. Pkg.
father recently had eye surgery with Clyde Lewis. He was visit- Bag STRAWBERRIES Ea'
and is 'reported as recoveringvery Ing in Jacksonville last week 29CSara
satisfactorily.Guests I I with his mother and sister. Limit 1 with $5.00 or more food order
II I Lee ALL BUTTER 12 oz. Pkg.
of Dr. and Mrs. Allen' Wilson Avery, finance officer Ea.
Reynolds for a two weeks visit at the Board of Public Instruction POUND CAKE 69C
are Mrs. Mary Garrett and children is residing at North Bacher FRESH PRODUCE _
Pam Shaun, and Kelly of street. He formerly resided here
Vine Ripe
Atlanta, Georgia. They were several months when he was Swift's JEWEL
joined last weekend by Mr. Garret serving as a state auditor. CANTALOUPES 3 for $i
who is here this week with
them. Mrs. Garrett is the former Green Boiling
Mary Reynolds of Bunnell, anda lb.
sister of Mr. Reynolds.Mr. 19C 3 Tin 48c

and Mrs. James Hender Fresh
Limit 1 with $5.00 food order
visited here or more
son of East Palatka "
Saturday with Mrs. Helen Sul OKRA: 15C

livan. -

Rev. and Mrs. Oliver Taylor
and children, Karen, Kenny, and
Clifford, are in Miami this week
visiting with her parents, Mr.
and Mrs. James West.
SUES mm it

In and >ee It made)
Phone 437-3227
R. V. Yeoman, Ortnnad DeaellCor.u YOUR ADVERTISING NUOS. SUNDAYS
Hand Ave. A V.: 8. 1 UJ5. No.1 BUNNELL
677.8020 677.8929 8:00 a.m.-1:00 p.m.

NEWSPAPER ADS SEll FOR SURlf Quantity Rights Referred Prices Good July 14, 15, 16, 17, and 18, 1966

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New Ideas In AIR FORCE OFFERS an individual's abilities lie. The by the United States Employ
( I'four aptitude areas are Administrative ment Service.
Food 1 Mechanical, Electron- "We sincerely feel that Air
ProcessingNew SCHOOL GRADS. ics, and General.
Force training will better equipan

I r To ClassifyI space age techniques are Local Air Force Recruiting :I The individual is then shown individual to become a productive

, Russell Kay I taking over in the good process- I Sergeant Dick Maves has a word I the Air Force specialties that lie worker in civilian Ute
I 'I ing field. of special importance to the hun within each of the areas and the Sergeant Maves said. "The Air

There were no shopping centers Some of the latest ideas include dreds of high school seniors in !' civilian jobs that these special- Force believes it is more than a

:; when I was a youngster and freeze-drying, explosion. i this area that graduated this j ties correspond to. The Air Force mere option for satisfying a mil

J nobody ever heard of a parkinglot. puff drying, cryogenic freezingand I year. lit unique too in that almost all// itary obligation. We try to pre
\ When the ladies went shop. the re-assembly of food components "Despite the vast increase in ;, its specialties have exact pare the individual for a better

ping it was an event. They would I the manpower requirements of i ian counterparts that are listed future.

dress up In high button shoes, In freeze.drying, foods are I I the Air Force," Sgt. Maves stat
j corset, bustle, gloves, parasol dried under a "high vacuum," I ed"We' are still offering today's ;
y and a tat in their hair, take the according to Dr. R. A. Dennison, j high school graduate the same I
trolley and make a day of it. I chairman of the Food Science opportunity to choose the typeof BROWN & BROWN INC.
For emergencies such as a Department with the state's Agricultural training he desires that the I'

loaf of bread, some coffee or a Experiment Stations. Air Force has always offered."

I : bottle of liniment I was called "The water is removed with The Air Force does this, the 1 INSURANCE I

I on to run to the corner grocery, out ever having the liquid form Sergeant explained, by means of I .
bakery or drug store. We got our present," he said. "The food goes I a unique vocational apitude

, milk, eggs and butter over the from the frozen state directly to test. The test may be taken locally :' OUR PHONE NUMBER IS
back fence as our neighbor kept the dried state." at the Recruiting Office I

a cow and chickens. As a result food handled this without obligation. The results 4373394HART
Then there was the Ice man, way keeps Is shape better. It's indicate in which of the four I
the vegetable man, the Junk also porous. main Air Force aptitude areas '

man, the scissors grinder and a I'II.

j I lot of other interesting characters l you're"You ready add to water use it only," said when Dr. temperatures. I...O ieizio>i>>>io>>>>i.................................... ........... ......... ........,......................
: who made life worth while "Freezing takes place rapidlyand I
,II I loved them all especially the Dennison. It reconstitutes rapidly results in less change to I' I;
with less flavor loss under REFRIGERATION
I' ice man who would pretend not the product," he said.
: to see when we hopped on the this method than with high temperature Shrimp and few vegtables are &

i I back step of his wagon and rodea dehydration. now being frozen under the cryogenic ..4
He pointed out that "freeze-
block or so while we sucked process.In .
, I on a sliver or chunk of ice drying is currently used with re-assembly of foods certain
I, snatched from under the burlap coffee, some meats and "vegetables parts of the product are removed I ELECTRIC SERVICE I
cover. as well as in soups. by chemical means. The I f
I Merchants in those days had In explosion-puff drying, high scientist said foods can be broken

their own public relations pro temperatures are involved witha down and reassembled into 8: Bunnell, Fla. Box 253-A, Rl :$:

I gram, if your purchase justified "sudden release" of the pro more nutritious foods or the :X; Phone 437-3698 :HfZfyyyyyxfiysfyy :
I r it, they would throw in a boneor duct from high pressure. The many convenience items soughtby p.

two for the dog and a hunk moisture can then be removed the housewife today. !.;. : :.:.:. :.:.:.;.:.:.:.:.:.:.:.:.:.: : : .
t of liver for the cat, a stick of from the product very easily, according

licorice or horehound for l the to the UF scientist. It ., .
kids. Now the kids get a dirty / tae ) *< 1'v :.: ;"i. ,'U'" "
also keeps its shape well and <<>' 't "'L';' : ." .- .; .:*' .
look and mother gets green will reabsorb water quickly.Dr. '',- -t ", ,,, '.' .' -i't./t. .! ,<.<,,f"z' Y'.",, w.o' Having trouble financing' your new.;
stamps.But Dennison said cryogenic Q. .. .:!i, .,.....,':""'oil < "'IT' ". hom.4 When Jim Walter-: your i
.t'. (builder, all have do It t
getting back to present freezing is where you use ma '' : __ tt7ra'7 to heeds!
markets and shopping -. "' the,home beet svSts your,
day super terials-such as nitrogento ...,, from,fh. more than 20 model ,
centers. They are big business freeze foods at extremely low """ CITY \ #;all) meeting the samehiQhf.rr

her and share getting of bigger.them and Florida they has are I subdivisions in surburban are-;; -. Dan.--)-..Journal =...,11;,;.'. ':. :;'r"'d'k.f,quality, well at do ih*the(lowest r.ftfNO *

called for well located, convene '11the ==- ,.
getting bigger and better. <;; \ __ =""""- CASH NEEDED
1 The modern shopping center I ient shopping areas where the 100% FINANCING i'
housewife could find a place to
costs a lot of money and $2 besides BUILT ON
park and purchase most of her OMIG
and the matter of financing
I :
wants in a few minutes shop 10 .. '
them is a business in itself. \
ping. ": .
Here in Florida we have an \\1l.b r..d..: I I
You look for
can more and i
I organization that makes a bus. .' anywhere with
I iness of financing. such estab more shopping centers in such R GI&E.f.:: PAYMENT rn, and if
lishments. cities as Orlando, Tampa, St. Of M economy mlnd.dtU.n1ty ,
Petersburg, Miami-Miami Beach, >! off e,. you the opporII ,
In 1965 alone !this
organizationput ta make avert" bigger dollar
more than $45 million in Daytona Beach, Palm Beach, laving b r doing some of th.
such commercial properties and Fort Lauderdale, Jacksonville, 1 \ interior finishing yourself. You
I. Pensacola and other fast grow. MOE may purchase your home built
ranks as the largest shopping ing communities. \ to virtually any stage of"com.
; center mortgage lender in Florida ---- pletion allowing you to spend
and the Southeast. only as much as you wish no
"The shopping center, se, ', more feet, you can
'j HASTINGS MATTRESS Available\ afford at this time. So contact
was the offspring of necessity. & UPHOLSTRY WORKS of pot Lars Jim Walter I today. You tan
At the beginning, (the early Mi\\ions\\ start building your new
710-12 Lemon St. Walter\ hom* right
post war days) it developed at Jim I"" away.
without planning in big city Palatka Florida Home loans \
neighborhoods as a convenience Phone EA 5-9166 for ,he total amount I. 100% FIN tNCING K AIS0 \

factor. Also influencing its creation Furnltu"", Upholstering tag at, bom" built which customer VAIWIE' / Off JIM WAITE'S
& Refinished a .
Repaired I the
Corp ..long
were downdown traffic W.II" .
Mattresses & Box Springs Lim h.lld" eorapanyIi may use co.rlm LINE Of
congestion and inadequate park Mad Order.Also RenovatedCall ion's largest homeslion.. fi I he meets thenecesqualifications..,
lot its awn SECOND HOME
ing. The " andshopasyouare" Laura Morris 437.3233 0| on your bandiesThs nary
idea appealed After 6:00 P. M. has Mated.h..1 that n an...g and has the Thison.stop service..' COTTAGES FOR I WE EK-
on -
to the house wife and the no no limit ., both ctunds II
busy PRICES REASONABLE. money lor 1 placed!!! I oliemortgage inaneVACATIONS I /
super market quickly blossomed BUDGET PLAN IF NEEDED. Mil ... :
into the expansive convenient Just as near as your their customers. ace h........"....or.on ot l. / ,..
dollars ..nt., d-- ,
shopping center." Phone or Post Office lions of the ... '
Drop Us A Card or Call available for fi nanc ; i
The rapid development of '. re
Free Pick-up & Delivery! -
_I communities, opening of large ""r._",,'__' I, ". -I.-: ,: "
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Plentiful Foods place peach production in nine Green beans, cabbage, sweet sion Service, effectiveness of pre- weed control problems.The .
southern states this year at 16.4 corn, tomatoes, lettuce, and other emergence herbicides is basedon cloth may be useful
List For JulyFlorida million bushels 10 per cent in-season vegetables likely complete and uniform distribution wherever plants are grown in
larger than average.In will be marketed in abundant of the herbicide over a containers.
retailers and food North Carolina, a 1.6 million supply for July menus. given area. Plant foliage and Experiments were initiated to
service establishments can look bushel crop is forecast-the container rims may interfere test the effectiveness of various
forward to seasonally abundant largest since 1952, USDA reports. Treated ClothTo with effective distribution of conventional herbicides appliedin
supplies of fresh fruits and South Carolina, leading southern sprayed herbicides. this manner.
vegetables during the remainderof peach state, is expected to produce Kill WeedsLoosely Conover said that experiments Cloth disks cut to the size
July. seven million bushels. conducted at the University of of the plant container were
Fresh peaches watermelons, a Georgia's peach crop should Woven cloth treated Florida have shown that weed soaked for approximately five
variety of vegetables, and plumsare reach 4,800,000 bushels.In with a weed killer may proveto growth can be controlled by minutes in six different herbicides
the foods the U. S. Dept. of Florida, acreage planted for be the safest and most con placing the loosely woven herbicidal and then placed around
Agriculture's Consumer and summer watermelons is almostup venient way to apply herbicidesto cloth around the base the plants at potting.
Marketing Service has on its to last year, when heavy small areas.According of the plant. Studies have shown,
July list of plentiful foods for harvest went to market. Southern to Charles A. Con. that it will be possible to treat Ninety per cent of the people
Florida. producing states expect over, assistant ornamental horticulturist the cloth with a number of different who say they talk too much are
Early USDA crop estimates large supplies in July. Agricultural Exten i herbicides for specific accurate.Fordis .







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CARD OF THANKSWe Bunnell Methodist !says. British geographer L. Dudley or European wood." srently to fill the gap. The tree
are sincerely grateful to I Stamp says the term is "to After sundown on the third I that climbs highest will have
be avoided in scientific litera day, Sanderson heard a radio first chance at the life-giving
relatives, friends and neighbors
: for their kind acts of ChurchOliver ture." Professor A. W. Kuchler, blaring. His wife had left the I rays of the sun. A bamboo
I many
I sympathy during our sad be ( F. Taylor. Pastor) j of the University of Kansas, announced radio going full blast as a bea plant! may grow a foot a day.
he was banning the con. He attracted her attention
for I
reavement. Our appreciation
: MY GOD AND I word because "almost every author by shouting and firing his gun, I
I the wonderful tribute to our
? I A lot of us want to present attaches a different meanIng I but his troubles were not over.
loved one cannot be adequately
expressed. The beautiful floral ourselves faultless before God, to it." I Said Sanderson, "It took us three j
I for and do the good all by our Referred to Deserts hourswith me hacking and
offering, the food prepared
\ us, and the many other deeds selves. Christianity has never Originally, the term Jungle crawling from the inside as they I
been a religion in which mankind seems to have been used main chopped from outside-to force
': of kindness, will always remain I
projects itself on its own ly for deserts rather than luxuriant a passage through the jungle
with us a precious memory.
merits even though it does demand forests. British hunters wall."

... The Family of a great deal of the Indi applied the word-originally Plants Become Giants
I Mildred B. Lewis vidual's character. When we Sanskrit-to almost any place I Small plants of temperate

want to change our ways so we they sought game. In India I climes become towering giantsin

CARD OF THANKS can live the life that God has intended jungle came to refer to rain the rain forest. Members of I
for us It is not always forests. the
rose family soar as high as
thanks to
sincere my
I I neighbors My and friends for your easy. We do not have to bargain For; the most part, modern an 18-story building. Violets I t s. .r.
with evil when we want to do geographers use the term Jungle become as big as apple trees.
of sympathy
I kind the expressions loss of husband. good. No bad habit is conquered sparingly and only to designate The interior of the forest Is LIKE MAGIC

J upon Your cards, calls my, gifts and without a struggle. It Is only I II I the very thick vegetation that dark; the air, still and dank. "MARE A LIST OF THINGS YOU NO

help when I needed them most I when we learn to accept God'slove develops on the edge of a tropical Roots spread out wide but do LONGER USE OR WANT. THEN TUKM
r and help when we truly rain forest. The Jungle, in not go deep, for moisture is
have been such a comfort to me. THEM INTO CASK;
and will never be forgotten. gain Christian strength. "They this sense, Is only a minor partof abundant. Occasionaly lofty I WITH AN AD IN
Mrs. II. G. Heydt that wait upon the Lord shall the rain forest. But it is the but shallow-rooted tree crashes, THIS NEWSPAPER. CALL US..

renew their strength. Isaiah part that men become most creating an opening for sun I WE'U HELP YOU WORD YOUR APtfky
,I 40:31.: familiar with, since it develops light.
I around clearings and on the The surrounding plants strain I
Books Are My DishBy Jungle Proves FoeIn I shores of rivers and lakes. Here Nit Dill Miff

Homans I the combination of sunlight and ". .'.1\--/' ....."'....'-J'....v.J'.v J'>>'" ............"...r.."...". """",,-
Dorothy Viet Nam War moisture produces dense plant :.;
The Flagler Beach Public Li. life.The
\ brary has a paperback copy of Soldiers fighting in Viet Nam I jungle made early explorers
\ the Albee play "Who's Afraid of dicover a formidable enemy- i think that the rain forest AMBULANCE
Virginia Woolf?" Anybody who the "jungle." I itself was almost imperne- PHONE VAlley 41625
has taken a course In play- The tangled barrier of vegetation i trable. Actually, a traveler finds SERVICE
writing knows that a good play often seems more deadly i it easy to'walk in a rain forest, ST. AUGUSTINn FLORIDA
II than any enemy. It not only deters once he has hacked through the
does not read well as a rule. ; Never be hesitant about calling a Garcia Ambulance. We
But this one does. It is a brilliant troop movements, but even :Jungly edge. Scottish-born naturalist
at service
are always
: your promptness safety and
brutally cruel play that hampers communications. Back Ivan Sanderson discovered -
I ran on Broadway for a long pack radios designed to transmitup this when he was lost experience.

time a with fine supporting cast. to 10 miles often cannot be three days in the Guiana rain Equipped With Oxygen Resusitator and Inhalator
The reviews of the movie of this heard for more than a mile anda forest. He walked about "as

play Just out give it the highest half in a jungle. easily as 'a man strolling along Garcia Funeral Home
praise. Yet "jungle" Is little discussedin the platform of a railway station -

I The New Yorker critic thinks geography textbooks, eitheras meeting fewer obstacles ;| P. E. GARCIA, Licensed Funeral) Director

it equals the play. And in a way a term or natural feature,I than you would expect to en- I' LADY ASSISTANT
1 better because it has been short. the National Geographic Society cunter in an ordinary American VJWUVWWWUVWWWAWVCHEVROLET

enen a little.
We do not recommend the .

play for hammock reading, but
for readers who enjoy exciting

writing, about a dull subject-
married couples brawling aftera

party.A .
book seller in Daytona told
us that there is so little call for
hard backs that a man who hada
truckload of them could not K y

even give them away so he took
them to the Daytona dump. If
anybody around here has a U

itruckload of books he, does not
want, just bring them over to
i the Library. We hope soon to I
have some new shelves, Pussycat

Bookkeeping and
Income Tax ServiceR.

T. ShockneyP.
O. Box 842
Ormond Beach, Florida
Phone 677.4587

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