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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: April 15, 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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VOLUME 53, NO. 15 BUNNELL, FLORIDA, THURSDAY, APRIL 15, 1965 $2.50 A YEAR


Collins Named l TILLMAN ROBINSON'S ): BHS Gradudate [SENIOR CITIZENS :; Health Board f I ,

MOTHER DIED IN j I TO MEET APRIL 20 I II

Chairman of FB 1 WAUCHULA TUESDAYMrs. < Follows Art ofHorseshoeing I The Flagler Senior Citizens i iI 'Finds Easter r

Virginia Robinson of I Club will hold Its regular meet. I
'
Commission I Wauchula, mother of Tillman Ing next Tuesday evening April I Novelty Poisonous t:

Floyd Collins was named Robinson of Bunnell died there j (By John Cannon) :20, In Community Hall at the .
:Flagler Beach Build. The following copy of a telegram (
chairman of the Flagler Beach Tuesday. Mr. and Mrs. Robinson Municipal I
Commission at the organizing and family went to Wau John F. Able. Jr., a 1964 graduate 'I Ung, Flagler Beach. I III was received by Gene ,i
City meeting last week. Willie chula for the funeral services of Bunnell High SchOol'1 II There will be a potluck sup. : Holly of the Flagler County I
Health this week. The
S. Harrison new member of the which are to be held there today. stopped by his Alma per beginning at 6 P.M. Members ; Dept.
I telegram was sent out by the
week to his
commission was named vice Mr. Robinson Is with the Soil I renew acquaintance and guests are asked to.
j I Florida State Board of Health
with teachers and friends. He
chairman. Conservation Service here. bring a covered dish or dessert .
division of epidemiology, concerning
also brought with him his I
and table
,I service. Coffee is
R. L. McNab a former mayor i) "Salmonella contaminated
from Park ftn'l
ante Asbury ,
I furnished.
The clubroom will
of the city took office succeedIng j Jersey whom he proudly remain novelty products Intend.
Water Pollution after the formal
open
Wickline who had
George ed for Easter sales.
duced as the future Mrs. Able.
served two terms as mayor and t I l meeting for those who wish to
was elected this year as a com Survey Continues Of particular Interest to me 1 1I I play cards or other games. The CDC has been notified
that novelty products known In
the school counselor John's
missioner. were
.
f Gene Holly of the Flagler I I educational and career plans. the trade as natural chicks and
committees named
Department County Health Department accompanied natural ducks have been foundto
He has 12-
recently completed a
were: streets sanitation and Edmonson GetsSheriffs be
contaminated with Salmo-
by a representative
Wickline !I I week course at the Bob Gerkin
lot clearing George has completed the land survey I nella give. These are chick and
School of Horseshoeing located
and Willis McDowell. from Fox's Cut north to the in Houston Texas. PostP. j I duck skins stuffed with artificial
Fire and police department Flagler County line on the east {material and sold in novelty
Harrison and Charley Rockett. side of the Inland Waterway.Also .I I In the school John learned to A. Edmonson of Bunnell !i I stores for Inclusion In Easter
Water department: Harrison the of lehigh Canal make the various types of hand. was appointed sheriff of Flagler baskets.
survey made shoes from bar Iron and County to fill the
and Rockett. : unexpired Salmonella organisms have
and north on the west side of I
Pier pierhouse and hula huts, the waterway to the county line. steel: and was taught normal term of the late Sheriff Homer been removered In ,the Pa. State .r
Willis McDowell and Wlckllne. Mr. Holly said they had found shoeing corrective shoeing and Brooks. His commission will ex Health Dept. Lab. from 5 out of ,
Improvements: park recrea I very few sources of pollution. gaited horse and race horse pare In January 1967. 7 samples of skins from the na

tion and municipal building. Those few owners have been shoeing. Mr. Edmonson Is 43 years of tural chicks and natural ducks. ,r'
Rockett and McDowell. I notified and they have made In the school students work age and has been a resident of This particular Item Is imported

Publicity ,committee membersare the corrections and some are with "live feet" and learn to Flagler County since 1934. He from Japan and from Germany
Charles Rockett and Mayor now !in the process of making handle all types of horses. The attended the local schools and and distributed throughout the
McNab. The chairman of the corrections.The classroom Is actually a 10-man has been employed the past country. This Item is felt to represent .
board also serves as a memberof State Board of Health shoeing shop. The school furnIshed several years with the Wads. I a potential hazard 'to ..I
each committee.At I I I and the St. Johns Health Department all tools and equipment worth Lumber Company. He has health. Please contact us by

the meeting Thursday evening are continuing the In. needed. served as Deputy Sheriff and telephone if you have any additional ,
the commission voted this II vestigation In the area of Pell- John was actually following ran for the office of Sheriff In l Information."

work as a cleanup pickup, leer Creek and north of the through on career plans of long 1956 and 19GO. According to Instructions, Mr. .
palnt.up week. The city will i Flagler County line where some I standing. He had always loved Sheriff Edmonson Is married Holly Is publicizing that Infor ..
have a truck to collect trash several sources of pollution have been horses and had a very strong and has two children, a son matlon.
times during the week. : discovered. urge to plan his life's work In Flynn. and daughter Mrs. Faye

The commission also boughta Mr. Holly said he will continue I such a way that he could work Massey, and a grand daughter,
machine and material for I: the Investigation !In the wish them. From the keen enthusiasm Karen Massey. His wife Is the Navy Honors
.. markers which exhibited by John, and former Frances West '
, making street I Flagler "Beach are'a'-and south'! ) They reside t
... will be placed over the'town. i to the county line. lie" In the feeling of certainty whichhe at their home 500'East Film Barro +vYouth'" j \ ,
assisted demonstrated It was obvious Avenue.
The city, by county
hopes of correction of all sources
equipment Is In the process of : that he had found a way to At Graduation
:of pollution before the next sea.
paving Daytona Avenue from earn his livllhood in a line of
son, for taking of shell fish. r
16th St. south to 23rd St. Theyare : work which appealed to him. Veteran Insurance Donald Barrow, son of Mr. and ;
also In the process of build. John, as a modern "village Mrs. Claude Barrow, of Bunnell
ing sidewalks from Moody Blvd. blacksmith" will rent riding For Certain GroupM. has completed his nlne-weeks of .
south to the school on DaytonaAve. Legion MeetingThe horses for other riding stables, I recruit training 'at the Great ;

I American Legion Post 115 race tracks, and private owners. T. Dixon of the Florida Department Lakes Training Center. lie has
He will live and work !In the been selected
'. will holds a regular monthly of Veterans Affairs, as Recruit Brig j
CREWS I meeting Monday night at 8 o' area of Asbury Park N. J. from calls to the attention of all veterans I ade Commander for the graduation '"
MRS. JO ANN clock In the Civic Center Build. which he came as a senior to that an opportunity to I Review honoring all companies ,

INJURED IN complete his final year at Bun. secure National Service Life Insurance graduating on Friday,

WRECK SUNDAYMrs. Ing.A "Poet Everlasting" ceremony nell High School for a period of one year,II April 10, 19G5.
I will be held to mark the passIng In visiting the school, John I starting May 1, 1963, has now The company captain said this
Joan Crews wife I of I I
of Legion members. presented occupational literature been made available to three selection Is based on outstanding
James Crews, was Injured seriously about the Bob Gerkin display of correct
Special guest will be Department groups of disabled veterans who military
In an automobile wreck Commander Bill Edwardsof School of Horseshoeing, and I were heretofore Ineligible for I bearing, consistent Immaculate
late Sunday afternoon near her Daytona Beach. urged that It be made available : National Service Life Insurance appearance, command voice and f
home In the BImIni area. to any other Bunnell High I by reason of military service I demeanor; exhibited pride In the

,. She Is a patient In the Bunnell CIVIL SERVICE TYPIST School student who like himself I after October 7, 19-10 and before naval service and overall excellent l. I
General Hospital receiving treat. may want to follow the January 1, 1957. The three I performance during the en.
AND
ment for head Injuries. Her condition STENOGRAPHER vanishing art of the "village groups are ((1) those veterans tire nine works training period.
Is reported as Improving. POSITIONS EXAMS blacksmith." who have a service connected Captain Ira M. King said "It

Information has been received It was a heartening experiencefor disability but are otherwise Insurable I .Is Indeed an honor for your son I .
i AARONSERREROMARRIAGE this week at Bunnell High teachers and friends to observe : ; ((2) those veterans who to be selected from among a
School regarding Civil Service In John a steadfast quest ] have a service connected disability large group of young men for
ISANNOUNCED competitive examinations whichare for happiness( as he uncompromisingly which renders them unInsurable ,this role In the formal graduating I ''f
r to be given at St. Augustine sets out to build himself but who otherwise ceremony, and he Is to be ,

Of Interest Is the announcement In the near future to determine a business in a line of work could show good health; ((3) :I commended for his achievement ,
of the marriage of DianeSerrero hiring selections' for CI rk. TypIst which he loves.Methodist those veterans who are unlnsur- I Ire will command all military

of Atlanta Ca., and Mr. and Clerk-Stenographer. able because of a non-service. movements of the graduating tj
Donny Aaron of Flagler Beach These positions will carry eithera i connected disability and who I I brigade review on April 16. '1
and Atlanta. They were married CS-Z or> CS-3 civil service Hold are unable to obtain commerciallife The Barrows had a special !Invitation I II

r.. !In Atlanta on April 10, 1965. Mr. rank., Special Maundy Insurance at substandardrates. 'I to attend the ceremonyand
f Aaron .is the son of Mr. and Starting salaries for the CS.2 Service I will be the Invited guest i
f Mr*. Willie L. Aaron of Flagler rank are $3080 per annuam and Thursday Dixon suggests that all Interested I of Captain King for the affair.
Beach. for GS-3 14005 per annuam. A special Maundy Thursday veterans should get In Mrs. Barrow, will return home
Application Card Form 5000- service will be held at the First touch with their veteran county Saturday evening' '.
l Following a short honeymoonthe AB must be filed before April Methodist Church tonight at service officer or write Dixon at
t couple will reside In Atlan 21, 1963.. If the applicant to 7:30. The theme will be on the o P.O. Box 1437, St. Petersburg
I ta. She Is emplowed as rental be eligible to take the examl Last Supper with the observance Receives
agent for Southland Investment nation. of a csndlenight Holy Com County

I C< l Southern Bell Telephone I to demonstrate possession of an I'said' today. Jacksonville Beach

Company In Atlanta. adequate degree of proficiency I II I A Prayer Vigil will be held Mr and Mrs. Victor Buckles j" State Comptroller Ray E.

I In typing. In addition, appll-I at the Church Good Friday evening Bunnell and Mr, and Mrs. John I I(Green said today checks for
j'cants for stenographer positions I beginning at 6 p m. and Schott of Flagler Beach were In1 I 1$38.000 are being mailed to each
DUXC McOAirm. HOHT are required to demonstrate an running until 12 midnight The Jacksonville Beach last weeeknd i the 67 counties as their share
nON BAT PIKE HOSPITAL adequate degree of proficiency Pastor will be at the church I I attending the Fifth District Constitutional I I lof the April race track tax fund
A. A!. (Duke) McDanlel returned i, In stenography.More I I for Individual prayer, and coun- Conference held there.(distribution.
home Tuesday evening : detailed Information is I clung during VlgiL Ten minute I I Mrs. Buckles is Commander of I I j I The comptroller reported each

from the Veterans Hospital at available through the guidance leading devotionals and i Pat I 115. I II \1 I county has received a total of ,'w
Bay Pines. I office at Bunnell High School.I I are planned on the hour.All PfaTft'lI I I The Post received an honor I i i2UOOO I thus far this fiscal 4
He had received eye treatmentat I i Phone 4373413. A. limited number members of the church II (I ribbon for the Post colon! for I I year. This .Is a 3ljOOO Increase J
the hospital there for the past of CSC Form :SOOO-B cards i and visitors are Invited to par.reaching 100% In membership I over the same period during the v,
ten days. are also available. tldpa by Veterans Day last November previous fiscal year.




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PAGE TWO THE FLAGLER TRIBUNE, BUNNELL, FLORIDA Thursday, April. 15, 1965

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\ PETERSON TEXACOSERVICE BAPTIST Sunday CHURCH school Is at NEWS 9:45: A.M. II ed.A Special Easter Cantata Is

r' jrtaater Beach .1 and morning worship at 11 o' set for Sunday evening at 7:30.
clock with Rev. Max Hall? pas. I The music Is under direction of
ROAD SERVICE I a tor. At the morning service the Miss Faye Bass and the title is
Light Mechanical Work, "Lord's Supper" will be observ "Faith Is the Victory."
Phone 437.3441 Bunnell I 1 HOSFORD WEAVER Mr. and Mrs. E. D. Johns hadas
I --
ENGAGEMENTANNOUNCED their guests Sunday Mrs.
Lena Crawford, Mrs. Charles

Mr. and Mrs. J. C. Weaver of Hope and children. Mr. and I
Mrs. Nathan Walker and all
CLASSIFIEDADS Flagler Beach announce the engagement son
of their daughter, Kay, ;'.of Gainesville. Also Mrs. Fan. I & ttOU
to Mr. Brice Hosford, son of Mr. nie Lopez of Tampa.Mr. I
t and Mrs. J. B. Hosford of Haw I dee yours
Creek. and Mrs. Rob Schatz had I
a call from. their son, Fred, of
|
Kay Is a junior In Bunnell ...
the U.S.Airforce stationed in
Listings under this heading are
High School. Brice Is a graduateof
3 cents a word, each insertion. I Oxnard, Calif last week. He
75 cents is the minimum charge Bunnell High School and Is said he was leaving for VietNam I \ 6t tq LJGuJt,
presently serving In the United
WANTED-Banty lIens. 4392461. States Alrforce, stationed at I I soon. -p'te'c1t ptttttL
4-15-2tp Hunter Alrforce Base, Savannah,
RESOLUTION
Georgia. tfr-

FOR SALE4.inch craftsman Wedding plans will be unannounced *I Whereas, It has pleased the
jointer-planer, complete with at a later date. t Great Architect of the Universeto Gtt'lltWJ
motor and bench. Almost new, take unto himself our revered
$40. Call 439-2186 4-15-ltc I METHODIST CHURCH and beloved Brother HomerW. St4eY1F
SERVICES Brooks, and
Service will _
Maundy Thursday
WANTED-Acreage and lot listIngs -
be communion at 7:30: tonightat Whereas, The departed Brother I BUNNELL
in Flagler County. Sun the Flagler Beach Methodist Brooks was a member of Bun. 437.3325
State Realty, Charles Trad Sales. Church. nell Lodge No. 200 for many _
,
}A A
man, 745 Main Street, Daytona II Good Friday Service "It Is My years, ,-- -
Beach. Phone 2555242. 4-8-3tp Son," will be at 7:30 Friday eve Therefore, Be It Resolved: That
ning with Rev. Reynold Hoover Bunnell Lodge No. 200 F&AM be
FOR SALE Fill dirt. Call 437- .
24 HourWrecker
officiating.
In mourning for a period of 30
:; 3768, Raymond. 4-8-4tp Church school will be at 9:45 days on the loss of our Brother Service

COX's UPHOLSTERY, Bunnell Sunday morning. Easter Service who passed to the Great Be.
will be at, 11 A. M. with Rev.
Fla. Hwy. 11, will pick up and yond, and
Reynold Hoover officiating. The
deliver all furniture free. For Sermon topic will be "The Ever Be It Further Resolved: That I Ia Flagler Truck & Tractor CO.
sample material and prices on Present Lord." copy of this resolution be
labor call 4373673. April 22-tf spread upon the minutes of this I MASSEY-FERGUSON

CUB PACK HOLDSINSPECTION Communication, and a copy be Grove Farm Industrial Equipment
THREE BEDROOM HOUSE on sent to the family of our deceased I

highway 100 for sale. Lot 200 Cub Scout Pack 495 had a Brother. VIRGIL DECKER Phone ID 7-3242

(, by 110. Julius Powers. Phone uniform Inspection Thursday at George Wickline I Owner Bunnell, Florida
/: 4373446. 325.3tc the home of Mrs. Robert Law, Ray Mercer
.
Ferris Solomon.
Lambert St. .
k' Sewing Machine Service Special Serving as Inspection team --
: Clean, Oil, and adjust. Regular was Mrs. Law as Den Mother; C .

,t $395, Special $1.95. Call 2556733. Rev. Reynold Hoover, Commit. ,
Atlas Sewing Center 228 Volusla teeman; and Institutional Representative
, Ave., Daytona Beach, Fla. Leonard Johnson.
: 3.25-4tc I Pack members are Rodney

I Law, Dale Johnson, Britt Sheeler,
,f. ZIGZAG SEWING MACHINE Craig Wilder, Ralph Abraham, '
Monograms, sews many designs Phil Martell, David Lindsay, and Extension phones : -
,;,1 without attachments $34.00 Cash John Kurtz. -t"i.t ,
( J
,I or 6 payments of $7.00 or as low Mothers present were Mrs. : '
I! as $2.00 per week. EZ Terms. Brice tell. Sheeler and Mrs. Ray Mar. help you outwit busy days. \ .:

Call collect Day or Night 255-
.
r r;'I 6733, Daytona Beach. 3.2S-4tc BIRTHDAY PARTY : ,,' Put them to work all around ;.'.;' ,

14.toot Runabout, 35 horse. George Clark celebrated his "
"-, power motor and trailer, $225.00. 10th birthday with an Easter home.
egg hunt at his home In Palm your
Phone 439.2016, after 6
p.m.
I Feb. 25-tf Circle George last Is the Saturday son ,of April Mr. 10th.and How about one for the kitchen?

FOR SALE Ford half ton pick. Mrs. C. J. Clark, Jr. Ervin Sham-

f':,1 6 up.P.M.Coy call Harris 4373573., 4373367." 11-5-tf After most len Others and eggs Jerry attending and Clark won were prizes.found: Ricky the Best way to keep an eye on


(, WANTED IRONING to do at and Carla Shamblen, Phil Mar. what's
my I
stewing boiling broiling toasting
: home, reasonable. Pick up & de. ,' tel, Randy Clark, Mr. and Mrs.. ,
R. G. Smith
" livery.10-24-41 Phone ID 73669. [ from ,St.George's Augustine grandparents and while you discuss what's cooking.What .
Mrs. C. J. Clark
{ I Sr., and son

,"": SEPTIC fields installed TANK; snail cleaning shell.; drain Reasonable I was Mike assisted from Bunnell.by Mrs. Ray Mrs.Martel Clark ( else that costs so little makes you feel so good?)

and Mrs. Rudy Shamblen.Arts .
;
w "
: prices. Call George Ja-

/' roz, ID 7.3410 8-1-tf and Crafts to Meet in July

The next meeting of the arts
'I
;
CONSTIPATED?
and crafts class will be
Monday,
Te prove PUUN-BVAC containing
"'
,' Prunes, Figs & i&nnr. U world' July 12th, at the Sun and Sea
8mo-o-the.t.,best and mOlt natural
"
laxatlr. hurry to Manor from 12:30: to 4 P.M.

',. MOODrS PHARMACY
ti t, for gn.rou> 7RBB SAMPLE or Mr. and Mrs. Willis White
40 tabUU for Tlo. Ortr 1000.000 visited with Jenny and Lucky
old each y ar. Libby at Merritt Island last
I I r
I,'tJOHNSTON'S\ weekend. ::

Mrs. E. L. Hirst has returnedto
FLAGLER BEACH REALTY CO.
her home In Denver, Colo.
LOTS, HOMES, OCEAN '
FRONT after a visit of two weeks here _
WATER FRONT, FARMS, with Mr. and Mrs. R. K. Hirst
ACREAGE She Is their daughter In law,
'n lee 118 for TOUT real estate needs and came down to be with them
Office Phone .. HE 9.2242 during Mrs. Hirst's convales
Residence Phones ID 7.3691 ences. She recently underwent I
..; or ID 7-3517 surgery at the Halifax HospitalIn i
Daytona Beach. I

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1965 THE FLAGLER TRIBUNE, BUNNELL, FLORIDA PAGE THREE
Thursday, April 15, __. __ _. I
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flower bed. Such a bed arounda cantaloup, and melon, says Miss colors-lemon, chartreuse, and pink shades.
;Qa3de.: ig lit '91041da 'tree offers possibilities. Elizabeth Dickenson, clothing grapefruit "Tiger gold" is the You can't go wrong by select
Construct an Inner wall andan and textile specialist Florida designation for another offbeat ing a neutral. Pearl beige and
:' (By B rry Sharpe) Agricultural Extension, Service. yellow. "Tiger gold" teams well white
:,. outer masonry wall to con pearl grey, banana, onion,
Dollarspots on lawns are not tain the bed. Build the inner You will notice that the spring with navy blue. and oyster are intriguing new
signs of wealth. They usually wall fairly close to the circumference greens are delicate in hue, witha Bluish pinks predominate the neutral tones.
mean that a fungus is reducing of the tree-allowing yellow cast. "Pistachio1 is the -- -
the value of the lawn to that ample space for tree gtowth. terminology for one of the new ,
of a plugged nickel. Distance between walls and tones this season. Look for I
Keep a wary eye out for this height of the wall depend on crisp, sharp grass green or sea-
springtime disease. It ravagesall the size of the bed desired.Be foam and jade tones Influencedby UNDER NEW MANAGEMENT : j
lawn grasses, but Is partial sure that the soil dumpedinto shades of blue.
I to bermuda and zoysia.As the newly constructed bed Green is often mingled with
implied, the fungus kills is rich in organic matter, but yellow and blues to lend them '
grass in patches the size of a free of weed seeds and nema- exciting new shades.In SPECIAL .
silver dollar. At first the spotsof todes., Before planting It wouldbe the always smart blue spec-
turf wilt and perhaps turn a good idea to fumigate the trum of fashion you'll be seeing -
dark before bleaching out to a soil. There are several chemi true sky tones and bright ;
straw blonde. cals available for ,the job. delphinium, as well as vibrant, FREE LUBE JOBWITH
Aside from measuring the It's not too late to plant gladioli. green-brushed aqua.

- spots for size with a souvenir They will reward you witha Green tinges the new yellows,
dollar, check for dollarspot just show of color in about 80 to ranging from pale to strong 't i
after sunrise. With the aid of 90 days after they get settledin
the low angle glint of Old Sol, the warm earth. If plantednow
you'll discover a white cobweb. be sure to put the glads OIL CHANGE & FILTEROffer
like mold binding together where they will get light and HASTINGS MATTRESS .

blades of grass. The mold disappears broken shade when they start & UPHOLSTRY WORKS Expires April 30, 1965CANNON'S
blooming. This will insure
you
when the dew dries.
710.12 Lemon
of a better flush of.blooms. St.
To cure a mild case of dollar. Palatka Florida %
spot, give the grass a generous Phone EA 5-9166
shot of nitrate of soda. But be :
Furaitu-x
Coral Color Upholstering
sure of the ailment, because nitrogen GroupIn Repaired & Refinished
adds to the misery of Mattress & Box Spring
other diseases.For Spring FashionsLeader Made to Order.Also RenovatedCall GULF SERVICEPHONE
safer control University of Laura Morris 4373233
of the spring fashion After 8iOO P. M.
Florida turf men use a
say parade is the coral color group, PRICES REASONABLE. 439-9224
lawn fungicide containing cad.
ranging from pink to orange. BUDGET PLAN IF NEEDED.
mium. Apply the material asa AlA HIGHWAY FLAGLER
Included in this popular color Just as near as your BEACH1KEROSENE
spray, using only a half ounce group are fruit shades including Phone or Post Office: :j
per 1,000 square feet of lawn.A tangerine, pale apricot, peach, Drop Us A Card or Call FUEL OIL ROAD SERVICE
Jar attachment on a garden flowers, then consider a raised Free Pick-up & Delivery I I
hose is an ideal way to drench
the disease from the lawn. -
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Activities
t
Now Is a good season to .

initiate an air-layering project. .., 'l, ,.'.,. d "" I, i_1' .- ,,<1/' t'l' tt:..... ,'d.J.\:n", 1
of
This ancient Chinese method '
propagation is fine for' shrubs '.. .1t; : ,
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and trees that are lazy in taking "
root. Carissa, lychee or guava t,;<' :t. !II.'. "', '' ', ,
( I': ,
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are examples. i .' >
t '" ,'!:- ',j' t j> I
The operation is simple. Remove ,"::1 "
a half-inch ring of bark 'fi "'}, .'! 111"i,I,. I: I i'I 11'i i\
near the base of a twig, tie a )':. ,' .....'.\.., I" I'", I .itt... .' 't\'
I
handful of damp sphagnummoss "
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around the ringed area, '\."'

tton then wrap with the a moss piece-covered of plastic.see' ; _:S A If you are an investor and would like ,' ,tt -


Aluminum ping can also foil and,be freezer used. wrap to know about the high profit yield .cb'.,."...:.If-, :c

Garden supply stores sell S : I
and attractive tax advantages in .
,
complete air layering kits for .' 0#
serious-rninded amateur propa Florida timberland investments. if \
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you :
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Trim still hedges succulent.while the This plantsare will own Florida timberland 1 and would like ,Ii; s': ? .

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wood In to early remove flowering enough hedge old will pay you to write or telephone our /t' v

plants to keep the shoots com specialist in Florida's booming woodlands #/
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shoot make them tips can branch be and pinched form to a market. It ranks second only to -y r} r\\.

full-bodied hedge. tourism-a billion-dollar-a-year industry >'
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There are a bountiful numberof fat
flower seed you can sow now. the retail level. ": .
They include: amaranthus, as
ter, balsam, calllopsis, carnation, Our specialist is Frank A. Albert, one of the \ -
celosia chrysanthemum coleus, .
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cosmos, cynoglossum, cypress leading authorities on timberland; 38 II ':
vine, dahlia, four+dock, geranium
'v.. hyacinthbean, linaria years with the U. S. Forest Service; ,
marigold moonflower, petunia, .
f., periwinkle, ridnus, strawflower, counsel on forest development and :

zinnia.Uthonla. thubergia, verbena and management the States of Georgia and Florida, I

Flower 8.dIf ,
and the St. Paper Company. ;
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IV ANn FOR KLAULKH 00"".
David Shields Tr, KI.OItlUA. IN rilOUATM.
Our
heartfelt thanks to all CASH 1YO.
Exchange Vows who extended comforting sym IN HR: Estate of

PERSONALS Miss Nancy Brannam of Edge- pathy and help In our recent HAHRY CLKCIO, Deceu81NOT.C't1
op rnonvrnTo
water became the bride of Mr. sorrow. For the beautiful servo All Tenons Interested In the
David Scott Shields of Cocoa ice, floral offerings, food and Kstate of tAld Decedent
other' kindnesses, we are deeply You are hereby notified that a
Beach In
an impressive ceremony written Instrument purporting to
at the First Baptist b. the last will and testament .f
grateful.The aid decedent has been admittedto
I Church of Bunnell Friday evening Family of probate In this court. You are
at 8 'o'clock. Homer W. Brooks. hereby months commanded from within the date.Ix calendar of-
MISS BRANNAM I MRS. ROSA DURRANCE I The bride Is the daughter of the first publication of this notice
FETED AT SHOWER HONORED ON HER to appear In thle court and show
I Mr. and Mrs. Levi L. Brannam, cause If any you can. why the
Miss Faye Bass and Miss Celia I BIRTHDAY Bunnell, formerly of Daytona O. F. ALT7ORDRegistered action said I will of this to probate court In should admitting. not
Joyce Emery were hostesses at Mrs. Rosa L. Durrance was Beach. Her husband is the son stand unrevoked.T. .
a bridal shower on April 2nd honored at a birthday dinner on of Mr. and Mrs. Gordon S. K. MCKNIGHT.
County Judge
Real Flatter
honoring Miss Nancy Brannam April 4, celebrating her 82nd Shields, Bunnell. Estate Broker County FloribaFirst

who became the bride of David birthday anniversary. The dinner Rev. Thomas M. Pinner, performed Bunnell. Florida March Ido publication April 1-1-15 March-4!toforgrilling S. IMS.
Shields on April 9. was given at the home of the double ring candle '

Mrs. Gordon Shields, motherof her daughter, Mrs. Pearl Woods. light ceremony, with Miss.Elaine
the bridegroom, won a prizein Five of her nlnq grandchildrenwere Deen as organist and L. A. Yel-
I
a contest. Games were also present for the celebration. vlngton as soloist. .1

enjoyed by the guests. They were: Is>;rs. Elsie Moran, The bride, given in marriageby
The bridal theme used in
was
the decorations and refreshmentcourse. Guy Durrance, Mrs. Phyllis Daw. her father, wore a scoop
son.and Mrs. Pearl Woods. necked dress of organza with a
Twenty guests were present
Mrs. Durrance received many fitted bodice and full skirt end ,
lovely gifts, and the great. ing in a chapel train. A tiered

Celebrating Annabell Barber's grandchildren sang "Happy crown of pearls and crystals broiling,
birthday anniversary Sunday Birthday Dear Grandmother." held her elbow length veil. She
with a picnic and outing at Bu. carried a cascade of white feathered 'I. braising...

low State Park were Mr. and Guests of Judge and Mrs. T. K. carnations centered witha I
Mrs. Shelton Barber and family, McKnight are Capt. and Mrs. purple throated white orchid I
Mrs. Bernice Barber and Anna Charles McKnight and sons, Ken and attached to a white satin 4rt
bell. and Terry, of Fort Worth, Texas. covered Bible which had been
Mrs. Elsie Moran and Mrs. carried by her mother at her
Pearl Woods have returned home marriage. Her jewelry was a
IN HOSPITAL from a trip through Alabama, strand of pearls, the bride.
Walter Knight is a patient In Mississippi, Louisiana and Texas groom's gift
St. Vincent's Hospital in Jack. They reported the scenery Miss Susan Brannam, Talla M'. eI
sonville receiving treatment fol. very beautiful this time of the hassee, the bride's sister, was

lowing a heart attack Monday year with dogwood, azaleas, maid of honor. Bridesmaids were I .
morning. wisteria and redbuds in bloom. Eileen Pearlman and Miss Con
for roasting
nie Shields, the bridegroom'ssister I ; I
both of Gainesville. Miss A
wi boiling
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Molly Ellen Moore, Ormond ,

Beach, the bride's cousin was stewing
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junior bridesmaid. They all .
OUR INSURANCE AGENCY
. wore ballerina length dresses of
white lace over maize, with floor
IS PLEASED TO ANNOUNCE THATIT length overskirts of maize. Vfor
Maize headpieces held their brief
veils and they carried bouquetsof
NOW REPRESENTS THE
nile green feathered carna
tlons.

Judson P. Stryker, Flagler
Beach, was best man. Ushers
Glens Falls Insurance Co. were John Botterbusch, Jacksonville .

. '!'* and Levi! L. Brannam, the
bride's brother. James Alan baking,
Brannam, another brother of
This Connection Gives Us Facilities the bride, was junior usher. fryingglazrng...
i There was a reception afterward .
at the church social hall.

To Write Multiple Lines of Insurance Miss Faye Bass, Flagler Beach, .rb I" ,al'r
kept the bride's book. Assostlng 1

With A Company of Outstanding Groover in serving, New were Smyrna Mrs. Beach Clarence, an :

aunt of the bride, and Mrs. Hoke _
Cobb Mrs. Z. D. Holland, Mrs.
Reputation Since 1849. Marvin Parker, Mrs. Cordell Ji

.r Robertson Mrs. Lloyd Robertson, :
Mrs. John Rice and Mrs. Alfred

I Tucker.
I After a tour of the western
section of North Carolina Mr.
Flagler County and Mrs. Shields will be at home J .r '

I After April 19 at 136 Connect!. rr '

Insurance Inc. !cut Ave., Ed lewa tn. She Is a
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Agency
teacher at Read-Patillo Schoolin
New Smyrna Beach. He .is
a systems engineer with IBM at

Your Independent Insurance Agency Cocoa Beach.

:, all 'round :
MISS 8HAMNAM FETED for
AT LINGERIE SHOWER
Citizens Bank Building Miss. Nancy Brannam, who became
the bride of David Scott better cooking.
1 Shields on April 9th at the First ..
Phone 437-3171 Bunnell Baptist Church of Bunnell, was ,w.I'i"_
honored guest at a llngere the sure, eMmodem way '
shower Wednesday evening of for a kitchen tha '.

last week at the Cordell Robertson cooler, cleaner. safer.. '
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home. Mrs. Robertson and t
for precious pe ce-of-mlnd
Mrs. Lloyd Robertson were host
'.: Also Representing: esses for the occasion. ...get a flameleM automatic

."11. The refreshment table was attractive ELECTRIC ItANQE
/ with a bridal theme You'll lore !t/! ,, '
carried out In white spring flow
ers and wedding bells. Arrangements ;"t ;
Maryland Casualty Company of spring flowers was also &. thi handfomt ttyltt
carried out In the bridal themeIn and colon at yourcbctric
the rooms where the guests
Aetna Insuurance Company were assembled. appliance dealer

: Games and
contests were enjoyed
by the 30 guests present.
Fireman's Fund American Mrs. C. IL Cowart and Mrs., II.C
Cobb were winners.

Insurance Companies Visiting with Mrs. C. A. Rid-
dell Sunday was her son. Joy
4 Sisco of Jacksonville. Al.Io'tI.. __ .

Hartford Fire Insurance King with them during the day ( J
Company
., were Mr and Mrs. C O. Magee
of Flagler Beach.Continued /

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Mrs. Mable Brooks has returned named because it transfers a Stibscribo for The Flagler TribuniA I NOTICE OP UNPAID DELINQUENT

"M home after a visit in Thomas- I signal across a reaistor. S2.SI( Year In Advance TANGIBLE PKHSO'VAt TAXES I'HOI'KIITY | '

t1 J ton, Georgia, with her brother
Aa provided In Chapter 20T2S. Act
and sister in law, Mr. and Mrs. P9'# ...... J REQUEST FOR BIDS theBoard of 141, Notice la hereby given that
that
Hawey Greene. I Notice I* hereby given of the tangible personal property
of County Commissioner
I taxes assessed far 1964
now
; are
Continued From Page 7 CommunityMemorial i' Flagler County will receive sealed delinquent and beglnlng with
| bids up to the 3rd day of May, A. D. April 1st such taxes are drawing
THANK YOUI 1966. At the hour 9:00: o'clockA. Interest of 1 month the
BRIDAL SHOWER ooft % per plus
ChurchIiterdeBomUatlOBal i M. In the office Clerk of proportionate coat of publishing
FETES BRIDE-ELECT want to say thanks for all I the Circuit Court In the Flagler this notice, unless the amount act
4 NANCY BRANNAMMrs. I I County Courthouse for the follow- name below are paid
the nice did for I 1 : th..ac"a
things you tnt before of May, war
t t P. Gas for the Courthouse SlIue"
AIR CONDITIONED rants will be thereon directing -
mother and while I in I of
Marvin Parker entertain me was I Stockade and Jail for a period levy upon and the leisure of
j ed with a miscellaneous showerat the hospital. I Dayton Ave. I one (1) year of bid.from the date of -acceptance the tangible I personal property of

her home on March 31 hon Annabel Barber. I FLAGLER BEACH I The Board reserves the right to alt the lie taxpayer and additional for unpaid coita.taxes pen-The
bride-elect Nancy Bran. reject any and all bids. names of the delinquent personal
1 oring Sunday School 10:00 A.M. I bated at Bunnell, Florida, this property taxpayers and the amountof
name, who became the bride of 13th day of April A. D. 1965.
taxea and the first month'spenalty
I David Scott Shields on April 9. To My Friends of Bunnelli I Church Service 11:00 A.M. I 1 I Po1Jg RSOFC COMMIS- are aa follow:
I wish to express my thanks FLAGLER COUNTY Thomas Bertha IJS7.0S J
a W. DICKERT, PaatorKVERYOME FLORIDA
The refreshment table was and deepest gratitude to you for OEO. E. WICKLINE Chairman M. Li. Saxon 131.60
I WELCOMEREQUEST W. F. .Tilton Estate $371.00
beautiful In a yellow and white the wonderful words of encouragement II( ATTEST: W, F, Tilton & Sons 50.40.

theme. Punch and cake was beautiful cards, .-. : Board E.A. SMYTHE of County Clerk Commissionersof LECoR'ecoOYN,

; served from thE table.. Floral gifts and You can FOR DID! : FlagUr! County, Florida Flagler County, Florida
\I arrangements In the rooms also your prayers. Notice I I. hereby given that the April 16 & 22-2tc April 15-Ito
never know how I appreciatedyour Board of County Commissioners of
carried out the color scheme. Flagler County, Florida will receive lf THE CIRCUIT/ COURT, SEV IX TUB CIRCUIT COURT OF
kindness. It will always sealed bids until the Srd day ENTII JUDICIAL CIRCUIT, IN KI.AULKU COUNTY, KI.OHIUA
4 Games and contests were features live in my heart. And I know of May. A. D. 1985, at the hour of AND FOIL KI.AOLEU COUNTY, IV rilANCKHY NO. 0030D.
\ 9:00: oVlock A. M. In the office of FLORIDA. CASH!! NO. 6031 KEMP GARVIN, JR.
of entertainment and God will always bless you for It. the Clerk of the Circuit Court In CRYSTAL !S.: M.AYEBplalntltf Plaintiff
prizes were won by Mrs. Dean the Klagler County Courthouse for ,
Holland and Mrs. L. L. Brannam, Lovingly, the following LUMIIEIt: V,. LINDA SPE TA OARVIN
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Verna Folk. WALTER J AYES,
Defendant
mother of the honoree. I Approximately I 25,000 board feet Defendant.
NOTICR TO I1KPKNU
3" 'by 6". 8" and 10", 16 feet IonaApproximately ,
friends NOTICE TO APPEAR THE STATE OP FLORIDA, TO:
Twenty-five enjoyedthe sized two sides.
CARD OF THANKS THE STATE OF FLORIDA TO: LINDA 8PELTA OARVINS822
evening with the honoree 25,000 board feet WALTER J. MATES Moss Rose Drive
We would like to thank the 3" x,6", 8" and 10",. 20 feet long, I 120 Main Streetltahway Nashville Tennessee
i and hostess. staff for their wonderful sized two aldea. New Jer.eyI You are hereby notified that a,
hospital ALSO: I You are hereby notified that a suit has been filed against you In
Guests of Mr. and Mrs. Lee care of our loved one. Also Approximately 50,000 board feet I, suit for divorce has been filed the above entitled cause: and you
R"x 8" rought 12', 14', 16' and 20 I against you In the above entitled are hereby required answer *
Mercer during the past weekendwere our thanks to friends and feet 'long. cause and you are hereby requiredto with the ktoorlhr.o Court,
ALSO
their son and daughter In neighbors for the flowers and Approximately: 25.000 board feet whose serve name upon and Plaintiff's address Attorney appear, and the plaintiff to serve or a plalntlffa copy thereof attorney.whose upon,
8'rx
law, Mr. and Mrs. Edd B. Lett- many kindness during our bereavement .10" rough 16 ft. and %0lonl' ft. hereon to, the your Bill written of Complaint defense insad Ifany. ALFRED name and E. HAWKINS address li:
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ner of WIlliston. Also to Phyllis Hlrschl To be delivered to Flagler County suit, on or before the Ird day 121 South Itldgewood Avenue
Stockade when and aa ordered. of May, 1965, else decree pro confesno Daytona Beach Florida
for the beautiful song and The Board reserves the right to will be you.WITNESS not later than May Ird. A.D. 11(5.
reject, any and all bid*. mettrd an sealofsaid If fall to do decree
Visiting here Saturday were to Rev. Tom Pinner for the comforting you so pro
Dated at Bunnell. Florida. this
Court this SOth day of March, conftsso will be
Mr. and Mrs. Clarence Bristol service. 13th day of April, A. P. 19(5.: A. D. 1915. you for the relief dee :3e4arnalr :
BOARD OF COUNTY COMMISSIONERS SEAL E. A. SMYTHE
( ) bill of complaint. The nature of
and three children. They were The Mike Shamblen Family. OF FLAGLER COUNTY Clerk of said Court said suit being for divorce.
guests of their aunt Mrs. Bern- FLORIDA By Julia R. Harvey WITNESS my hand and seat of
OEO. E. WICKLINE Chairman Clerk aid Court this SOth day of March
ice Barber, and counslns, Anna. I The transistor, which has replaced I ATTEST: W. L W&cI.W'orthDeputy A. I). 1965,
E. A. SMYTHE. Clerk I I P. O. Box 89Bunnell. (Official Seal) E. A. SMITHS
bell Barber, and Mr. and Mrs. the vacuum tube In I Board of County Commissioner Florida Clerk of said Circuit Court
of Flagler County, Florida for Plaintiff
Shelton Barber. many electronic devices, was so Attorney By Julia R. Harvey
April 15 & 22-2tc April 1.a-U.U-uc Deputy Clerk
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Ann FOIL VLAfiLEii ('0 IJ NTY,
FLORIDA IN CHANCERY NO.

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tinder municipal the laws corporation of the State existing of
Brown

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Certain lands upon which tpe
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Daytona Beach Florida Iloach. Florida
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DEBRA JEAN MISSINNE.
:1 Flakier Beach Florida
I Ir RONALD F. MISSINNE. Flag
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Announce The Purchase of i 't i .fc VICTORIA ANNE MISSINNE.
1/ FlagUr Beach Florida
r If. W LINDSAY Buihnell.
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with 1 EMIL A 8MYT1IK. Clerk of
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wuuJJ ltitjh mathematics that they had no to marinate them. Put potatoes Subscribe to The Flagler Tribune, $2.50 Yearly in Advance
time for everyday affairs.If on-the greased grill along with
School News you want to enjoy a po the meat, basting them with the
litical satire that can be enjoy. sauce every now and then. Turn FOR EFFICIENT SERVICE COME TO
In an assemoly program ed by everyone, I suggest that when the underside Is brown
Friday, April 9, two trophieswere you read GULLIVER'S TRAVELS.: and baste two, or ,three more BUDDY KNOX 66 SERVICE CENTER
presented to Principal Ben. times with barbecue sauce. Salt
ton F. Clifton, Jr., by Walter Library Assistant, and pepper them after you take On AlA & N. 5th St., Flagler Beach
McDaniels.
I Townsend on behalf of the 1964- Tom them up and while they are still Phone 439-9221
65 basketball team. The St. I hot. Serves ,eIght.
I' Johns River Conference-1965- MARY ANNE AIROMATIC AUTO AIR CONDITIONERBY
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Miss Brown offers a suggested
I Runner-Op and the Croup Eight By Daphane du Mourier recipe for the barbecue sauce: FRIGIDKING

I I class -"B" Runner.Up trophies This is the story of Mary Anne, Melt 1 pound of butter in a BUDGET TERMS "
in the trophy
I will be placed a very rebellious, ambitious per. saucepan and add 1 cup of lime
,I' case in the gym lobby. juice, % bottle Worcestershire CREDIT CARD SALES NO DOWN PAYMENT \

Also recognized were Walter son.Mary Anne realizes from the sauce, % box dry mustard, 1
I Townsend, All Conference; El. start that she wants her life to scant tablespoon sugar, and salt
I bert Tucker and Walter Cowart,. be one of ease. She goes to any and pepper to taste. Simmer 20
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GULLIVER'S TRAVELSBy years but even this does not
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This is a book about Gulliver I am sure the story of Mary

and his voyages to some strange I Anne will be Interesting to you Zing into spring! ,
places. First he was shipwrecked I as it was to>me. ;: ,.
on the coast of Lllllput, a I Library Assistant, "'
country of people only six Inches Ida, Allen.Here's :
tall. While he was here he was in a new Chevrolet (' '

called the man-mountain. How You
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I land of giants, where he Barbecue PotatoesNow's
''I I became ,the toy of the king and
queen. Next he visited the land time time for a different
that floated In the air. The Inhabitants and luxuriously lazy way to
:j ; of the Island were so prepare those new Sebago potatoes i
," ::1 engrossed with science and coming into market.
Miss Nettie Ruth Brown, St.
Johns County home demonstration
, Bunnell TheatreFRIDAY agent, recommends that you
barbecue them on an outdoor
& SATURDAY grill right along with the steak, '65 ChttroJel Impala Sport Coups

Two Big i Hits i hamburgers, or chickenwhich.ever I
J you prefer. f 1J lti

I 'j The choice of meat is up to I
r' you, but Miss Brown suggeststhat .

I I you use Sebago, a pure -," ,,
white potato, with excellent 'JIllI
cooking qualities. Because of its
high moisture content, the Se I o-- -'
bago is particularly adaptable to ;"t'
barbecuing.The .
now '65 Chttelle Malibu i-Door Station Wagon'
\ .r trick, Miss Brown says,
. is to daub the potatoes with "
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meat and barbecue them at the f
;/ same time.

AT 7:00 & 10:35 To barbecue, scrub a dozen
Alto 2nd Hit at 9100 medium-sized potatoes and par r
tI t Steve Lee boil them in the jackets for half .,
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