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Title: The Flagler tribune
Physical Description: Newspaper
Language: English
Publisher: s.n.
s.n.
Place of Publication: Bunnell Fla
Creation Date: April 29, 1965
Publication Date: -1981
Frequency: weekly
regular
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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 )
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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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Preceded by: St. Johns tribune
Succeeded by: Palm Coast news
Succeeded by: Flagler/Palm Coast news-tribune

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VOLUME 53, .NO. 17 BUNNELL, FLORIDA, THURSDAY APRIL 29, 1965 $2.50 A YEAR


City Paving i PLAN TO ORGANIZE WOMAN'S CLUB ,
Flagler County
SOFTBALL TEAMS '
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PLANS A NEW I
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Plans Include : FRIDAYSATURDAYAll BOARD ROOM Teachers Are *, X "]
The Flagler Woman's Club f!
women interested in soft. \J
Many BlocksThe I I ball are invited to attend a Is In the process of completing Re-Employed
meeting at the Bunnell High plans for an addition to the : A
commissioners of Bun I club building. President Marie I '
city School Gym at 8 o'clock Friday The Flagler County School'Q Q
nell have completed a survey fora I night The purpose of the meet. Brede said today. Board met in a special session ..+
dty street paving program for, Ing is to organize Softball teams, The addition will be a 11x201 Wednesday night to considert"t2
this budget year. Street Com.' J. T. Whitaker said today. board room added to the westside i employment of the Instructional \" *
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said of the auditorium with an
Shelton Barber today. *
for Flagler County J5
personnel
r The commisslonheld a confer. Mr. Whitaker also said an or. entrance from the auditorium J
ence with contractors and have,I ganization; meeting will be held and also an outside entrance.I all Schools.personnel Supt.was Coy re-hired.Harris said *; b; :
Saturday morning at 8:30 at the The will be available for
completed plans for a_.21-block room They recommended and hired ? I
paving program as the first I Softball field to organize boys' small meetings parties, or board I Walter Morris as County Super. t-i "
phase of street paving for this I Softball teams. All boys eight meetings.The visor and Administrative Assist. g
budget year. through 15 years are'invited to club building Is locatedon I ant to the Superintendent. Mr. 3S .:

The plan has been tentatively I attend the meeting. JAMES W. LOWE South Central Avenue. 1 Morris has served as Band Master J fi
agreed upon and will be pre. ] for the Bunnell School Band
I Airman James W. Lowe, son I
sented to the commission meet. I L. M. Whitaker'sSister for about 20 years. lie also servedas
of James W. Lowe of Flagler
Ing Monday night for official lee A. Osteen Beach has completed Air Force Supervising Principal of the r

approval. I basic military training at Lack. Passes Away Bunnell School, one year. I
recommended to be repaired Passes I Teachers at the Bunnell School
Streets
Away land AFB, Texas. .
Mrs. Ida Tolar of Cordon, Alabama .
and wearing Is who are not on continuing contract
,, repaving I I Airman Low being assigned
sister of Louis M. Whit. hired Patricia
rre- were:
coats, include: Friday Night to a Tactical Air Com
aker of Bunnell
passed away
Lois
Bayless, Roy Bayless, HIgglnbotham ;
mand (TAC) unit at Seymour
Cherry St. from Moody Blvd.to Friday night at a Winter Haven, Wanda Mercer and
Lee A. Osteen of Park Johnson AFB, N.c., for training
Court, 1 block. Colony Florida, hospital after a short Laura Reynolds.At I'
Bacher St. from Moody Blvd. Bunnell, passed away Friday and duty as a transportation Illness. She was visiting in Flagler Beach was Jennie
south to Canal, 2 blocks night at the local hospital fol. specialist His unit supports the. Winter Haven when she became 1 Newell. ;I'\
lowing an Illness of about three TAC mission of providing firepower 111. She 78 of '
Chapel St. from Moody Blvd. was years age. Rehired at Carver School were '
north to Palm St, 3 blocks. weeks. and other air support to Funeral services were held in Cortlant Belton, Dora B. Brown, \
Peach St. from Moody Blvd. Mr. Osteen was employed as U.S. Army forces. Cordon Monday. Charles O. Butler, Gloria D.
north to Howe St., 2 blocks. a saw filer with the Wadsworth The airman attended Bunnell Survivors Include her husband Graham Annie B. Henry Bessie

Crange St. from Moody Blvd.to Lumber Co. He came here in High School.Housing... Isham Tolar of Cordon; M. Lewis Willie J. Mitchell,

Howe St., 2 blocks. 1963 from Vidalia Ga. He wasa eight children; one sister, and Charles Pierson, Llela D. Purcell,
Lemon St. from Moody Blvd. member of the First Baptist Authority two brothers. Enoch C. Temple, Ossle Lee I
north to Howe St., 2 blocks. Church of Bunnell and the Ma Worsham Rosa Lee Furgerson
Howe Ave. from Lemon St. sonic Lodge. lie was 68 yearsof Plans To Expand SCHOOL LEADERS and Ethel Thomas.

west to Anderson, 5 blocks. I age. STUDY LEGAL Resignations received were Albert .
Lambert Ave. from Anderson I He is survived by his wife, Project 40 UnitsThe PROBLEMS AT MEET T. Ford, agriculture teacher,

St. east to Orange St. I Mrs Sadie Osteen. Bunnell; one I Some 200 school leaden from who will go to Mary Karl School
Mr. Barber said this first : daughter. Mrs. Geneva Kirk. Housing Authority of Flag. over 50 counties, from the State as guidance counselor; Jeanie
phase of the paving will cost II patrick Bollng W. Va.; two sons ler County began a four week Dept. of Education Florida Ed. Cannon who will be librarian at
Lee A. Oosteen, Jr., Colelalne, survey Monday, for the addition cuatlon
' approximately $8,0000E_ the.J13- Assa. Florida Congressof Seabreeze High School in Daytona
:0 I N.-C.T and Richard Osteen -of of 40 new wilts to ,the local "
. Parents ftnd'Teachers
'. 000 budgeted for the year. He Assn., Beach Joel Molyneux who
said that when these streets are Murray Hill, N. c.; one foster Housing Authority Secretary Jack i and the Florida School Board Association has a fellowship to work on his

completed it will put the down. i, son Roy Hassel of Edington, Abbott said today. This survey. I met in Tallahassee master's degree, and Bessie Es-
N. C. Five grandchildren and will be devoted to land procurement
I the weekend Is
town streets and the streets to over to study legislative tea who retiring.
two foster grandchildren also letting bids, and
problems as they relateto
the Bunnell school in good con.
I
dltion. survive. other arrangements before begin state level planning. I
Several streets under consideration I Funeral services were held at nlng the construction. Plans Attending from Flagler Beach Legion To Send ;
3 o'clock Sunday afternoon from call for the completion of the were Mrs.
for paving will have to Daisy Moody, presl. i
the First Baptist Church of Bun project within 18 months from.
dent of the Classroom Two To
have the surface recoated before Boys
the paving can be done. nell, with Rev. Tom Pinner of the starting date which will II Assn., and Mrs. Jennie Teaehers'j
fidating. Burial followed In Espanola be June 1966. The group endorsed a state Boys State
The addition will Include
Cemetery new ment made earlier Saturday by
20 units for the elderly, and 20 i I the FEA board of directors ex American Legion Post 119 has
Summer Schedule units for general occupancy. This pressing dissatisfaction with the been certified to send two representatives .
SCHOOL BOARD TO will make a total of 72 units to the Boys State
I present position taken by Gov I
;, Of Senior CitizensAt BUILD ROOMS TWO AT CARVERThe CLASS In the project Also a new sew. Haydon Burns and the line I this year. Boys selected to go l
erage treatment plant'will be taken by some legislators. to the Boys State Session the 1
a meeting of the Executive I Flagler County School built on the east half of Block c. B. EUenbach, Jr.. and Martin j
, Board of the Flagler Senior Citizens Board authorized Supt. Coy liar. 87. It will be between Canal larged and will remain in the Tucker. '

Club held Tuesday April I rls to proceed with plans to and Boos and on the west side present location. The other ten Those selected as alternate
t". 27 at the home of Club Chair. I II build two classrooms at Carver of Anderson Street The Plant units will be located to the representative were Zachery
man Rev. E. Lester Stanton 1 I School. will be designed to take care south of the existing units on Holland and Stanford Robertson.
Flagler Beach the board voted of 1200 persons. each side of Backer Street and The students are selected from
to recommend to the dub that: i The rooms will be used forklndt'flarten The locations for the addition extending south to Carter Street. the Junior Class by members of
..Monthly meetings be held Mr. Harris said. It al housing units will be ten The new units will have four the Bunnell School Faculty.
during June, July and August Is expected the rooms will be units on each side of Backer bedroom types; eighteen l>bedrooms '
I and that these meetings be on ready for use at the beginning Street The office and ; two bedroom; and eight PIANO STUDENTSTO
the first Tuesday of the month of the fall term. _!/ity service: building commun'l bedroom type I GIVE RECITAL
r (the club normally meets on the "
, first and third Tuesday). BUNNELL SCHOOL BAND PRESENTS SPRING CONCERTI FRIDAY EVENING

...Monthly meetings during Students of Mrs. SAmmie
I the summer be held outdoors Friedman will present a recitalat J
starting with a hobo party at the First Baptist Church Friday
the beach In June and contlnu evening at 7:30. Following

J lug with a picnic at Bulow the recital a reception will be p
'
l Ruins State Park In July, and held In the Educational Building ,
r a picnic at Marlneland In August I )( of the Church. Mrs. Friedman .
f kI' said all friends and faml (
t The next meeting' May 4, will lie are Invited to attend.
, be at Bulowr Ruins State Park Taking part In the recital will

l L at 12 o'clock noon when members be: Mena' Wadsworth. Debby

and guests will assemble Holdrldge, Elaine Weeks, Cherry
1 for a picnic lunch The group] ) Wadworth, Janet Cook. Mary
will meet at the Flagler Beach Cook. Susan Clegg. Paula Ka-

Municipal Building at 11 a. m.' wale Jan Prrryman. Kay Perry-
for the trip td the park. I' : man. Chip Brooks Elayn Tucker .
Stanton pointed out that this d Catherine harts. MinnieDren.
take the place: of the evening Rebecca Durrance. and

meeting scheduled for this date. I : JLiti Carol Linda Townsend all from
He said thai anyone wishing a Bunnell.

ride to the picnic: area should Students from DeLand<< participating
Join the group at the Municipal L I are Carl Ward. Luaim
building at 11 /dock. Bolt. Leslie Ranee and Lynda
The shuffleboard dub organized Senior members of the Bunnell School were honored at the Annual Spring Concert I I McKemle.
by members will meet of the Band Friday night. Seniors in the foreground are left to right : Walter { Serving as tuhcrttte will be
May 5 at 10 a JTL for play at Townsend Mary Pache. Heidi ELwnbach Cheryl Skolar Candy Lovell. Marie Fleu- I Brenda, Colleen. Denier, and Eve
the Flagler Beach dry Park. tie Gloria Johnston Albert Johnston, and Scotty Crews. Photo by Theo Hien Tucker.





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TWO THE FLAGLER TRIBUNE, BUNNELL, FLORIDA Thursday, April 29, 1965
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with Jackie Robinson findingthe Weaver, Pam Thomas, Rosemary
of Flagler Beach. The paternal i
T grandparents are Mr. and Mrs.{ prize. v Bross, Jackie Robinson, Becky

I. Howard M. Smith, Sr., of Eliza. Members present were Kathy Thomas, Barbara Bross, Debbie 1

..Jaqler3eacL beth, N. J. Keper, Nadine Burritt, Stella Lucas, and Jane Green. .

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Mrs. Frank Brede and Miss ,

PTA INSTALLATION Flagler Beach School 5th .Emily Gage attended the State !I I FOR EFFICIENT SERVICE COME TO

NEXT TUESDAYThe Sixth Week Honor Roll Convention of the Florida Fed. !

Flagler Beach Parent. Grade four-Jack Rawlins, eration of Women's Clubs held BUDDY,KNOX 66 SERVICE CENTEROn

hold Abraham Thea Hein, Deb. in Hollywood, Florida, three
Teacher Association will Ralph ,
days last week. Mrs. Brede is AlA & N. 5th St., Flagler Beach
installation of the new officers bie Meekins.
: of the Flagler .
the president Phone 439-9221
next Tuesday night, May 4th,
Grade five Sue Ellen Seale, : Woman's Club and Miss Gageis i
at 7:30 in the cafetorium.
Jeff Taylor; Christine Smith. the president-elect.

Benton F. Clifton; Jr., super. Grade six-Debra Johnson, I Free Wash With .Each Lube & Oil Change

visting principal, will be guest Visiting with Mr. and Mrs.E. I
Sandra Abbott, Linda Smith,
speaker and the first and sec. D. Johns over the weekendwere I
[ pam McDaniel, Victoria Perritt, '
ond grades room mothers are I. Jack Collins, Leo Fleurie, Pat their grandson, Steve Turn CREDIT CARD SALES NO DOWN PAYMENT
hostesses.Rev. er from Lake City and Miss
I I Duncan. Evelyn Thompson of Monticello. .
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Reynold Hoover of Flag. i HOWARD MONTGOMERY .
ler Beach is a patient at the local I SMITH. III METHODIST CHURCH
I .R.
where he is receiving 24 Hour .
hospital Church school time is 9:45: A. M. .,
medical treatment. Mr. and Mrs. Howard Montgomery Wrecker Service
: I and morning worship is at 11
Smith, Jr., of Flagler
o'clock. Dr. Stuart D. White from
of
Beach are the parents an
CLASSIFIEDADS eight pound five and one-half : Edgewater, who was a former Flagler Truck & Tractor Co
ounce son who was born April :' district superintendent of Rev. '
Rev. Hoover will be
Reynold ,
25, 1965, at the Bunnell General MASSEY.FERGUSON
Hospital., lie has been given guest minister for :this Sunday.
There will be a fellowship Grove Farm Industrial Equipment
the name of Howard Montgom
Listings UDder this heading or. ery 3rd. dinner following church service VIRGIL DECKER Phone ID 7-3242
3 cents a word each insertion. this Sunday and the official
75 cents is the minimum charge The maternal grandparentsare board will meet at the dinner. Owner Bunnell, Florida

Mr. and Mrs. Jesse V. Knox a .
FOR FILL DIRT and saw sharpening
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call Martin Harding. JUNIOR AUXILIARY
Phone 4373669. 429.4tp HAS PARTY AND COOKOUTThe

junior Auxiliary of the CRAIG FUNERAL HOME
FOR SALE-3 bedroom House, SCHOOL First Baptist Church had an

bath, kitchen, living dining Easter party and cookout last A. H. CRAIG Funeral Director

room, attached garage, oak Thursday on the grounds of the
JOHN CAPO. Associate
floors, 14 x 18 Florida room with !
NEWSApril pastorum on Lambert St.
terrazzo floor. Price reasonable
AIRCONDmONED OXYGEN
The chaperones Mrs.
were May
Available June 5. Contact George LADYCHAPEL
Shlll and. Mrs. Margaret Aaron; I EQUIPPED
I
Moody, Sr., P.O. Box 62, Flagler is TEACHER CAREER I ATTENDANT
counselors, and Rev. and Mrs. AMBULANCES
Beach. MONTH so the F.T.A. club honored '
Max Hall.
30 teachers from Bunnell
WILL CARE FOR CHILDREN Games were played and Deb I Phone ID 7-3532
and Flagler Beach with a tea
from age 3 years up in my home. bie Lucas and Barbara Bross led
Tuesday afternoon which was 201 E. MOODY BLVD. BUNNELL. FLORIDA
Will pick up and return childto the girls on a treasure hunt
held in the school cafeteria:
home in Flagler Beach
your I Floating Island punch, cookies,
and Bunnell. Call 4392442.
4.29.1tcI I sandwiches, mints, and assorted
N, nuts were served from a center

FOR SALE-2 bedroom furnished table decorated with purple or

home located on 3 lots 150 x 100 chids set onf light green fren,

feet on Stone St. Call 4373546. pastel cups, plates, and napkins.

April 22.2tpI Gloria Johnston, Vickie Moore,
I Carol Pache, Marie Fleurie, Cynthia .
WANTED-Young man 16.20 for
Cobb, and Mary Pache
'counter and sales work. Must. served during the afternoon.
have transportation.: Applyin Mary Pache.
person after 4 p. m. Marine-

land Fruit Shop. No phone calls
please. 4.22.2tp THE BOOK NOOKMEN dlgilh $c

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FOR SALE-Fill dirt. Call 437- AGAINST THE SEA

3768, Raymond. 4.8.4tp I (By Charles NordhoU
and James Norman Hall)
COX's UPHOLSTERY, Bunnell I I Men Against the Sea the second .
Fla. Hwy. 11, will pick up, and. novel of the Bounty Trilogy,
deliver all furniture free. For I I is the story about the most In.

sample material and prices on I credible open boat voyage ever

labor call 4373673. April 22-tf recorded In the annals of maritime .

14-foot Runabout, 35 horse. history. 4 at '02
power motor and trailer, 22500.: After the mutiny aboard the

Phone 439.2016, after 6 p.m. H.M.S. Bounty, Captain William
Feb. 25UIEmC Bligh and seventeen other crew
members were cast out into the
TANK cleaning; drain middle 'of the Pacific Ocean In '

fields Installed; snail shell. Reasonable the ship's launch, which was

prices. Call George Ja. equipped ,for a maximum of .
'
roz ID 7.3410 8-1-tf { 1 sl .
about half as many men. The

story brings to light the extreme
CONSTIPATED?
agony and utter despair that
T* prove PHUN-HVAG containing
Prunes, Flea A Senna U world' these men i suffered, and showsman's
,_ 8mo-o-th. belt and most natural
laxative. hurrr to determination and per-
MOODTS PHARMACY verance at their highest peaks.To .
frt r n roua IfVm flAUPUD or learn the of
l t for r 1.000.000 saga Bllgh's
old each r.ar. incredlbel voyage over a thousand *a10 .
miles of ocean and around

\ TOHNSTOITSFLAGLER savage Infested islands in a row

BEACH REALTY CO. boat, come and read Men Against *

i. LOTS, HOMES. OCEAN FRONT, the Sea at the Bunnell

WATER FRONT, FARMS High School Library.
SENIOR LIBRARY ASSISTANT r
P,' ACREAGE
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Bee us for YOU r.al Mtote needs Buzzy McKnight.
r Ct- Office Phone HE 9-3242:

I". Residence Phones ID 73691or Forget 'em

( ID 7-3B17
(
r ti. sE There's just no match for a naoMlee electric water heater..for the twin

tt s and precious peace-of-mlnd it provide It's automatic. It's faat. Its safe.

m fr 3laolrr QfribtmrBUXKELL. It can 1 be tucked away out of sight! because there's no comtaat,heat-watting ....

r !: FLORIDA flame to keep looking after. And it provides aU the hot water youTl ever need
for every need, with no waiting.So why wait? Get one.

MRS. 1.[.B. FULLER. Editor
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Deeisaatea newepe". fr allFebrvanr Set your appliance dealer .

lAp' AwertMlas Prompt Service or;buM/II antroctor.

Entered a> second class matter iii ;

i r'. Act.ot\r DunneU.arch 4. ltli S. IITI Florida at the under poet. The Flagler Tribune :

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Thursday, April 29 1965 THE FLAGLER TRIBUNE, BUNNELL, FLORIDA PAGE THREE

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second: place followed by Com-
Peru Outfishes I munlst China, the Soviet Union

and the United States.
Rest of World I Quantity Rights
Peru is a comparatively newcomer WE GIVE METT
Thanks to the tiny onchoretou to the world fishing scene, Reserved

Peruvians are now the world's the National Geographic Society I' TOP ***

leading fishermen.Of says. Twenty years ago Peru- Prices Good

the Record 46.6 million tons vian villagers barely caught Thurs., Fri., Sat.,
of fish caught around the enough to feed themselves. I VALUE SUPER MARKET & Mon.
Chickens Eat AnchoviesIn
world last year. Peru hauled in
6,901,300 tons. Japan top fish- 1950 however several enterprising I STAMPS Apr. 29,30
I Peruvians started May 1 & 3
ing nation since 1948 slipped to Phone 437-3201 103 Railroad St.
# tI seining the waters for andhovetas -
the three to- stx-inch-long
I member of the anchovy family. FLA. GRADE "A"

Some of the silvery fish were
WE processed as ,tasty hors d'oeuvres -

but most were ground Into
SERVICE fish meal A high--protein poultry .

I I and livestock feed. FRYERS 29PAN
ALL Today, fishing and fish.meal
production is Peru's biggest Ib

MAKES single industry. More than a

hundred processing plants grind
OF up the catch of some thousand

AUTOMOBILESand L'''I month.captain fishing vessels.often makes A fishing$800 boat a READY CUT-UPS ( FAMILY PKG.) 5 Ib bag $1.69


I The phenomenal growth of the ARMOUR STAR (SMOKED)

TRUCKSCY I the fishing plankton-rich industry owes waters much of the to

coastal Peru Current. Those water PICNICS I Ib 33Armour
I are home to an estimated
LAWRENCE I ten trillion anchovetas.

Service Mgr. I The smell of success travels

i far in Peru. When the wind StarWIENERS
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blows from the ocean, the odor U. S. D. A. Choice STEAKS

I I of fish pervades Lima even (!
->>
though the capital is eight miles SIRLOIN Ib 98c
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oCHITSLI. Inland from Callao, the chief
-muau.ru.nvMOun" *-VAUANTMMM .,_ port. mall Meaty, 49ft T-BONE - Ib 98c

"Everything in Callao speaksof
fishing writes Kenneth F SPARE RIBS n. RIB - Ib 8Se
TO APPLY -
l'OTU'1']TO OF TIIH' Tr.NTIO t'LOIU" STATK Weaver in the National Geographic.
1.I'UIllLATI'ltt1! UK INS FOR i "Boats by the score are CLUB - Ib SSe
Tin i'A!i*AttR OKTO LOCAL World's BestGROUND
L.ca'LATIO 1 under construction In shipyards .
WHOM IT MAT COWER In CHUCK Ib 58c
empty lots in the
NOTICE is HKKRBY GIVEN of *
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the Intention to apply to the IA*|I. streets. In the harbor swarms BEEF 2 '"" 89
Uture of the State of florid at FAMILY -- Ib sec
It* retina .alon In the year IMSfor of boUcharos, or fishing boats,
the paiaag-e of a ipeclal or local ride at anchor packed like cars
hill or law, the substance of HERSHEY or HENDERSONSUGAR29
which contemplated law !. an act In a parking lot. Seamen load
to amend Chapter (1-1114. ai nets 1,500 frvt long that
amended. Lawn of Florida. Mpeclal can
Act of 1113 the same being "An. haul in fish 100 tons at a time."
act to aboilah the prevent municipal
government of the Town of Once netted anchovetas go
FlaKler Reach County of FlaglerState swiftly to the fish-meal
ande.tabll.h plants.
of Florida; and to create
new municipality to be Giant hoses reach Into the ships'
Beach known a* the City, Florida.of FlagUr" by holds and suck a stream of fish
amending I a.l.I I Count. Hectlon 11 Into factory bound trucks. A ,
recall
thereof to make the pro.
vlInn ..t forth therein applicable factory conveyor belt carries the
to the office of mayor: repealing
laws in conflict herewith: and pro anchoveta to a cooker. A press
vldlnir I when this taw s hail take extracts the oil used In
paints, Limit
effect. (1)) With Purchase of $5.00 or More Food Order
t)ate: April 11. IMS.VlltUINtA inks and drugs. Finally a rotating
U SITIAIVAN. oven and grinder dries ,
Clerk City of Flacler heath
April It- UoIV and pulverizes the fish into I Dir 38 oz. Dt. Mr. Smith 13 oz.
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TIIK (,.t"l'IT (.tn'IIT or TIIKK mountains of light gray meal. WESSON Ever-fresh Big 20 01.
"KITH. Jt'UK'IAI. ruin IT. Fish Meal Lilt Vitamins CREAM
IH AJH POll FI>AULKII 0lf\-
T\, KI.OIIIDA 11 ('II. ('''"Y Consumers of fish meal may OIL
nn 433uNrrOl) BONDING INSURANCEiX soon include people as well as BREAD PIES
>yi'ANT. an Indiana Corporation .- livestock. Peruvians nutrition
do bushes.in
authorised to
Florida experts already have successfully .
Plaintiff substituted the high-protein BII. 49 5 for $100 E. 35-

AHTIIl'n u'VlUKY.HKHHEUT IDA F, OltAY.MAR / product for milk in the diets of
and
WIUKV
Defendants undernourished children. Like Limit 1 with purchase of

MnrirK NOTICE OP 1H KoitF.ri.oM IIKUKUY UIVKN HK pun: vitamins fish meal may well $5.00 or more food order. Limit S Please Limit 2 Please
uant to a Final U cr.e of Fore fortify breakfast cereals of the
closure dated 30th April lltft and
entered In Chancery: ('a.e No. 411 future. I'I'
I
of the Circuit Court of the Henth Peru's
booming has
'\ Judicial Circuit In and for Flakier fishery Sunlite 303 Can
County. Florida, wherein tTNITKI one bad side effect. Anchoveta D
ItONDINO a corporation INHUItANCB eiUtlnr COMPANY under the, fishermen are cutting Into the

do..builneee of Indiana In Florida.and authorised I'lalntlff.to food supply of an estimated 30 YellowTOMATOES 8srBANANAS
and AKTIlim 1* WILKr. and IDA million guano birds-cormorants
f MAE WILKT. and UKIUIEIIT F. Golden
OII.A T. Defendanu. I will cell' to and boobies-whose mineral Limit 8 Please
the IIlab..t and **.! bidder for each rich droppings furnish Important
at the Flafler County Courthouae 2 Ib.25Shurlin.'
In the City of liunnell. FlatterCounty. fertllxer to Peru's farmlands. It
r .... Florida on the Tth day Is estimated that the (TALL)
the following de guano
of May' ltd. CANNED
I' scribed act forth In birds require at least four mil Fresh '
propertr.a. Fancy
.
..'_ t"Lot.' II of lUiley .Deer. to-wlt.aa lion tons of anchovetas annu STRINGBEANS 00
, per the plat of said -abdl'teion on ally. CREAM 8 toe S1Ib
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PERSONALS
with coupon &:
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of (2) Sw nson
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Coupon Void After
Sunday, May 2, 1965Wj

MISS PAT NIESEN GROUT-MORENO

I L/Cpl. Fay Lynelle Crout s eUrj :
I USMC, and S/Sgt. Alpololno G.
Moreno, USMC, were united In
marriage by Rev. T. M. Pinner, .
.Jr., at his home on Thursday with coupon &: purchase* ..;
of ((1)) 2i/a lb pkg. Kim's< "
April 22, 1965, at 4 P.M. Mr. I
Candied Yam PattiesCoupon
and Mrsl John Perryamn were
witnesses.The LIVE .LIKE A QUEEN-SAVE Void After
Sunday, May 2, 1965
bride chose for her wed. MERCHANTS GREEN
ding a white lined lace suit witha
V-shaped neckline and three.
quarter length sleeves. Her cor Mwe/re. Mwdwl. M1wcMM 'J
sage was of white carnations. 50 100 I I 50

After a short wedding trip the _
couple returned to their base at with coupon &: purchase. with coupon purchase* 'with coupon &: purchase* \ I
Parris Island, S. C. of Va Gal. Kraft < > of ((1) 25 lb>> Bag Jim of (1) 2 lb pkg. Singleton<
Mrs. Moreno Is a counsin of I ORANGE JUICE Dandy DOG FOOD BREADED SHRIMP "
4 Mrs. Perryman and the daughter Coupon Void After Coupon Void After Coupon Void After .)
of the late Mr. and Mrs. H.H. : Sunday, May 2, 1965 ) i Sunday, May 2, 1965 Sunday, May 2, 1965
i of Orlando, Florida. "' - - -
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Sgt. Moreno's parents reside In ,
Arkansas Pass, Texas.
U. S. D. A. CHOICE BEEF SALE

,Pat Niesen, daughter of Mr.I 1 I SCHOOL VACATION DATES BIBLE lb. 1;
and Mrs. Clarence H. Niesen, CHUCK ROAST 49
graduated from Florida State I I The First Methodist Church
University, School 0 f Nursing Bible School date to begin has
with a Bachelor of Science In been set for June 7. Mrs. Gene
Nursing Education. Pat was a Knight will serve as the director Round Bone ROAST lb1 59 1
1961 graduate of Bunnell High this year. 3

School. I Mr. and Mrs. L. M. Whitaker 3r
Pat Is visiting here with her I had as their guest this week CHUCK STEAK lb. 59 :r
parents and will leave next Mrs. Whltaker's mother, Mrs.
week for St. Petersburg Florida
Alabama.Mr. .
Daisy Cook of Pansy,
where she will be with Florida

State Public Health DepartmentIn and Mrs. Adam Blasszynskl

Plnellas County. returned to their home here Armour Star SMOKED,. 6-8 tb>> Avg. Lean Western CENTER curPICNICS
after three visit
Sunday a day '
TO ATEND in Venice, Florida with friends. '_ PORK '
CONFERENCE' lb 31 CHOPS tb 590Choice }

Mrs. Tony Kahlert and Mrs. Visiting here Sunday with Mr.
and Mrs. Raymond Smith were Lean Western BOSTON BUTT
Jimmy Kelley were delegates of i I
the Stephen Parish, and will Mrs. Buck McCort artd children CUBE STEAK PORK
of Jacksonville. ib 79 ROAST lb 390'Red '
go annual next week St. Augustine to attend jthe Diocesan 35th :

Mrs. Peter Dashoff has
i returned
Council of Catholic Women
which will be held at the Rama- to her home here after & White Quart Jar
treatment at the Hall-
da Inn Cocoa Beach, Florida. receiving
They will be there May 36. : fax Hospital. MAYONNAISE E.h39cRed
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Faith" and will be of a historical er holidays with their father
nature. While there they and grandparents, Jerry Cauley JELLY 290 3 Tiny: 580
will be guests of NASA for a and Mr. and Mrs. Bud Cauley,

visit of Cape Kennedy.Mrs. were Heather and Lisa Cauley of Armour Star 12 oz. Can Limit 1 with $5.00 or more food order
Commack, N. Y. They traveled
'I here with their maternal grand TREET 39C
Lizzie SeDessle, of Pana parents. Mr. and Mrs. Don Tiffany Armour Star (ZIP TOP) 5 oz. Can
ma City and a former resident who vacationed at Flagler VIENNA ,
of Bunnell Is visiting here with Beach. SAUSAGE 5, foIOO
Mr. and Mrs. O. F. Alford and HERSHEY'S

other relatives. She spent the Charles Jeep) Worley arrived DAIRY SPECIALP -
post weekend in St. Augustinewith here Monday to spend a leave SUGARS 8 oat Can
Mr. and Mrs. Frank Mercer with his parents, Mr. and Mrs.
and Mrs. Emma Mae Mu. Charles Worley. Jeep recently 380 BISCUITS 4,290
ters. completed his basic training at Bag

She will also attend a family the Great Lakes Training Center. Limit 1 with $5.00 or more food order Birds Eye (FROZEN Assorted) FOODS Family- Size
reunion of the Mercer family
next weekend at the home of Mrs. Andrew Zalewskl has returned VEGETABLES Z5e
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and Mrs. John Henry Mercer FRESH PRODUCE -
weekend In Venice, Florida,
In Tomoka State Park.
where she visited with friends. Cello BagCARROTS
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)(rs. J. C. Rodgers has recent Robert Moody 3rd, In the U.S.
ly returned home after undergoing Army and stationed at Fort No. 1 FLOUR :
surgery at the Halifax Monroe, Va.. was promoted from
Hospital In Daytona Beach. She Sp. 5 to Sp. 6 rating recently Ifea1.lo CUCUMBERS 3 for 25*
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and Mr. Rodgers spent two has received his orders to .
weeks In Jacksonville with their go ovearseas In July and will Firm Ripe
son and daughter In law, Mr.,be stationed InFountalnbeau.. CANTALOUPES3,890 1 with $5.00 or more food order
and Mrs. J. C. Rodgers, where France.

.she recuperated.
Mrs. Daisy Buckles had as her
PeeWee Knight and Buddy Barrow guests during the past weekend
are expected to spend the her daughter, Mrs. Brady Wads-
weekend here with their parents. worth and children Candy, John,
They are stationed with the and Cindy, also Tonda Bailey of ;
Airfare at Tyndall Field In Jessup. Georgia. ;
RODGERS
Panama City. STORE
Donald Barrow of Great Lakes "'Mil
Mr. and Mrs. John Lawlor of Training Center arrived here iit'Pho.C
Minneapolis, Minn, are spending .I Friday to spend a two weeks
their annual vacation at leave with his parents, Mr. and "'
Flagler Beach. They formerly Mrs. Claude Barrow. He will be 437-3227
resided in Canada but moved to stationed In Jacksonville to at. OPEN SUNDAYS U.S. No.1 BUNNELL
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U. S. CHOICE GRADE BEEF MAXWELL HOUSE Garden Fresh Produce

CHUCK: FOLGERSOR JUICY SUNKISTLEMONS
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CHASE & SANBORN DOZ. 29

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purchase of one 10 oz. purchase of (4) Large purchase of four (4)Any purchase of two (2) lbs purchase coupon of your
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(2) wanson'sT I
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Coupon Void After 1
Sunday, May 2, 1965 1

MISS PAT NIESEN CROUT-MOBENO ]

L/Cpl. Fay Lynelle Crout
USMC, and S/Sgt. Alpololno G. 50m j
Moreno USMC were united in :
marriage by Rev. T. M. Pinner -
Jr., at his home on Thursday, with coupon & purchase .j
April 22, 1965 at <4< P.M. Mr. of (1) 2i/a tt pkg. Kim's ,
Candied Yam Patties
and Mrs\ John Perryamn were I
witnesses. LIVE .LIKE A QUEEN-SAVE Coupon Void After
Sunday, May 2, 1965cvww
The bride chose for her wed. MERCHANTS GREEN
ding a white lined lace suit witha
'' k4wYr V-shaped neckline and three- ;1

quarter length sleeves. Her corsage r.oArd. aWtirt. Mw fa.rM '
was of white carnations. 50 I I 100

After a short wedding trip the ..
couple returned to their base at with coupon & purchase. with coupon & purchase with coupon & purchase. -1
Parrls Island S. C. of Va Gal. Kraft of (1)) DOGBFOOD of (1) 2 tb pkg. Singleton -,'
Mrs. Moreno is a counsln of ORANGE JUICE Dandy BREADED SHRIMP

Mrs. Perryman and the daugh. Coupon Void After Coupon Void After Coupon Void After .
ter of the late Mr. and Mrs. n.1 Sunday, May 2, 1905 Sunday, May 2, 1965 Sunday, May 2, 1965
H. Crout of Orlando Florida.I xs-x v- s xs s s- -
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Sgt. Moreno's parents reside in \ W
Arkansas Pass Texas. I

U. S. D. A. CHOICE BEEF SALE

,Pat Nlesen, daughter of Mr.I SCHOOL VACATION DATES BIBLE
and Mrs. Clarence H. Nlesen 'CHUCK ROAST lb. 49'
graduated from Florida State I The First Methodist Church
University, School 0 f Nursing i Bible School date to begin has
with a Bachelor of Science In been set for June 7. Mrs. Gene :
Nursing Education. Pat was a Knight will serve as the director Round Bone ROAST lb. 59 .
1961 graduate of Bunnell High this year.
School.
Mr. and Mrs. L. M. Whltakei
Pat is visiting here with her had as their guest this week CHUCK STEAK lb. 59'
parents and will leave next Mrs. Whitaker's mother, Mrs.
week for St Petersburg Florida Daisy Cook of Pansy, Alabama
where she will be with Florida

State Public Health Departmentin I Mr. and Mrs.Adam Blasszynski

Plnellas County.TO returned to their home here Armour Star SMOKED, 6-8 tb Avg. Lean Western CENTER CUT
Sunday after a three day visit
ATEND In Venice, Florida with friends. PORK
CONFERENCE I PICNICS u. 31F CHOPS tb 590Choice

i Visiting here Sunday with Mr. I
Mrs. Tony Kahlert and Mrs.
Jimmy Kelley were delegates of and Mrs. Raymond Smith were Juicy Lean Western BOSTON BU1T. 11
the Stephen Parish, and will Mrs. Buck McCort add children CUBE PORK

go annual next week St. Augustine to attend the Diocesan 35th: of Jacksonville. STEAK u. 79' ROAST tb 39

Mrs. Peter Dashoff has returned
Coundl of Catholic Women
which will be held at the Rama' to her home here after Red & White Quart Jar
receiving' treatment at the Hall-
da Inn Cocoa Beach, Florida.
They will- be there May 36. fax Hospital. MAYONNAISE Each 390Red
CRISCO
The theme will be "400 Years Visiting here during the East & White 2 tb Jar
-Faith" and will be of a his. er holidays with their father
torical nature. While there they and grandparents, Jerry Cauley APPLE JELLY 290 3 Tiny: 580
will be guests of NASA for a and Mr. and Mrs. Bud Cauley

visit of Cape Kennedy.Mrs. .' were Heather and Lisa Cauley of Armour Star 12 oz. Can Limit 1 with $5.00 or moro food order
'I'Commack, N. Y. They traveled
here with their maternal grand. TREET 390
Lizzie SeDessle, of pana. parents, Mr. and Mrs. Don Tiffany Armour Star (ZIP TOP) 5 oz. Can
ma City and a former resident who vacationed at Flaglei
'I VIENNA
of Bunnell Is visiting here with Beach. SAUSAGE 5, Jl00
Mr. and Mrs. O. F. Alford and HERSHEY'S

other relatives. She spent the Charles( Jeep) Worley arrived DAIRY SPECIAL-
past weekend in St. Augustinewith here Monday to spend leave SUGAR Pillsbury 8 oz. Can
Mr. and Mrs. Frank Mer. with his parents, Mr. and Mrs
cer and Mrs. Emma Mae Mas* Charles Worley. Jeep recently 5 Bas 380 BISCUITS 4'orZgeU
ten. completed his basic training al
the Great Lakes FROZEN FOODS -
She will also attend family Training Center 1 with food order
a mlt $5.00 or more Birds Eye (Assorted l) Family Size
reunion of the Mercer family
next weekend at the home of Mrs. Andrew Zalewskl has returned VEGETABLES 250
after spending the pastweekend Each
Mr. and Mrs. John Henry Mercer FRESH PRODUCE
In Venice ,
In Tomoka State Park. Florida
where she visited with friends. Cello BagCARROTS

I I.t 2 ISe Gingham Girl (Plain or, Self-Ruing)
Mrs. J. C. Rodgers has recently Robert Moody, 3rd In the U.S. for
ly' returned home after under Army and stationed at Fort Fancy No. 1CUCUMBERS FLOUR :
going surgery at the Halifax Monroe, Va.. was promoted from
Hospital In Daytona Beach. She Sp. 5 to Sp. 6 rating recently. lie 3 for Z5e 1b \
and Mr. Rodgers spent two also has received his orders togo 5 Bag 290Limit
weeks In Jacksonville with their ovearseas in July and will Firm RIp
son and daughter in law, Mr.:be stationed InFountalnbeau, C ALOUPES3 1 with $5.00 or more food order
8ge
and Mrs. J. C. Rodgers, where France. for
she recuperated.
Mrs. Daisy Buckles had as her

PeeWee Knight and Buddy Bar. guests during the past weekend'
her daughter Mrs. Brady Wads-
row are expected to spend the
their worth and children Candy John
weekend here with parents.
They are stationed with the and Cindy also Tonda Bailey of

Airfare at Tyndall Field In Jessup, Georgia. IIIItffff'1 RODGERS
Panama City. STORE
Donald Barrow of Great Lakes ""''HI
Training Center arrived here IlinPhone
Mr. and Mrs. John Lawlor of in"
I Friday to spend a two weeksleave
Minneapolis )(lnn., are spend
ing their annual vacation at with his parents. )(r. and "'"ill/I/ "
formerly Mrs. Claude Barrow. He will be 4373227US.
Flagler Beach. They
resided in Canada but moved to stationed in Jacksonville to attend OPEN SUNDAYS No. 1 BUNNELL
of last an aviation ordnance train. 8tOO a.m.1 gOO p.m.
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Marks 400thAnniversary and a 1.7-mile underground road 'I bay for a river, the sailors chris I I cultural and religious capital. The largest living fish ever recorded j
Rio I-the longest municipal tunnel tened it Rio de Janeiro, River of. was a 45-foot whale shark .,,)
WithYear's In the world-were built to eonS January.The HAWAII FLAG taken off Florida in 1912 the' '. I
I clde with the celebration. Shab city marks her beginningfrom The State Flag of Hawaii I National Geographic says. Esti ....
by city squares have been March 1, 1565, when the has eight stripes representingthe I mated weight was 20 tons.
CelebrationRio spruced up with fountains and Portugese started erecting the eight main islands of the'

de Janeiro is celebratingIts flowers, and a civic minded. I first permanent settlement-a 50th state. The red, white, and .
400th birthday this year witha paint company offered a 25 percent fort-to drive out French en- blue banner was designed for Buying or building?
carnival.The discount to any customer croachers. Rio remained a small King Kamehameha in 1812, and
365.day gala atmosphere of the who painted his house or office village until 1808 when Napoleon has flown 'over Hawaii as a '
city's already famed Pre-Lenten for the anniversary.The chased Portugal's prince. kingdom, republic, territory and GET AN OPEN-END of
Carnival will be kept alive bya pre-Lenten Carnival prom. regent, Dom Joao, out of Europe. state. .
yearlong program of regional ised to be the biggest and merriest The soon to.be King of Pore .'\.,..,. '9"1'" .... HOME LOAN
fairs and festivals, the National ever. The four-day spectacular tugal packed his court and I at -o
always takes over the crown Jewels in 40 vessels, and Community "
Geographic Society says. I 4m -
city, much like Mardi Gras In :.moved the royal seat to Rio de
1965, Rio will be the
During New Orleans. Offices close, and Janeiro. Although Dom Joao re Memorial Church Ormond
for international festival
host an costumed dancers samba down turned to Europe, Rio continued I.ter-tl..tl.
ballet, electronics,
featuring the main street. Hundreds of ot thrive as a trading post, hub{
films, fashions, jewelry, displays, AIR CONDITIONED
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bands toot and bang. of Portugal's Asian and African }
Beach
music, tapestry, sports, wines | Dayton AT*.
Carnival ends around noon empire, and capital of Brazil.
and gastronomy, not to mentiona '! FLAGLER BEACH
European Common Market Exposition of Ash Wednesday when crows Brasilia replaced Rio as capital ,
an International Congress gather at the city Jail to welcome in 1960, but the fun-loving I Sunday School 10:00 A.M. FEDERAL
of Hair Stylists, and the the release of over-jubilant city remains a shipping and In. Church Service 11:00 A.M.
first Pan-Am Jamboree. There revel e rs. Tratlonlally, the dustrial metropolis. The city's, H. W. DICKERT, PMt rEIKIIYOMB
also will be special horse races, freed prisoners march out sing. population has grown to three WELCOME J I
soccer games, beauty contests, ing, unchastened, holding their million. Rio Is still the nation's I
flower shows, folk dances; and heads high.In .
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fireworks. ] 1963, Brazilian authorities
15-Foot Cake claimed the carnival was the
March'1, the actual day of ,the I I quietest in five years. Even so,
founding of Rio de Janeiro, a many people died, 2,000 were
birthday cake, 15 feet high and',Injured, and 1,500 arrested.
weighing 2,640 pounds, was cut I. Rio MisnamedNot is Go for 65!
;and passed to thousands. surprisingly, the themeof Bridgestone
Visitors flying. or sailing, this year's carnival will be
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Williamsburg the Palace, Capitol, Courthouse, fittings. The lovely 18th-century I by experts on fishing waters of Subscribe to The Plug:.: Tribune ,I :
craft shops and homesareopen gardens of boxwood, holly and ,each state plus Puerto Rico, etc.I I''
Residents Face to visitors.Williamsburg seasonal blooms are carefully I could go on for twice the spaceI .
homes Have tended by professional garden have. PETERSON TEXACO''i

Unique ProblemsThe massively beautiful brass locks, era of Colonial Williamsburg Visit the library during this I SERVICE' .
but they require equally mas- Inc. Library Week and see this book: ROAD SERVICE ''d
people of Colonial Wllllamsburg sive iron keys. One perplexed An official of Colonial Wil Put In a reservation (no charge) Light Mechanical Work I
face problems their. householder found that the only for It. Phone Jif
liamsburg who occupies Light- 4373441 Bunaell .
forebears never dreamt of. place to carry his eightinchdoor I
foot House with his wife and -. '
key was the Inside pocketof
To add to the colonial atmosphere his Jacket. "But at least It's two children commented: "You --- 1
residents hide their television -I seem to acquire a kind of grace --:
not to lose, he said.
atennas in trees, hang I easy just by laying in one of these eth : :J.fowerj T
wet laundry on camouflaged I House keys may be large, but historic homes." ,

clotheslines, and try to keep I not all the present residences t .
their cars off the main street. I are. For a year, one dedicated Succulent Chesapeake Bay 1' J-.
antique lover resided in a one- Oysters are dredged by crews on lot h er 2aSpccs'aa 1
Certain housewives can't
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time laundry whose living room the last working sailboats in
bake a level cake because their I
9 by 12, makes up two-thirds the United States. As a .conservation -
antique kitchen floors have of the floor space. She later measure Maryland law eorJag'J and Ctrl llow.rJ

dipped. graduated to a slightly larger prohibits the use of motorized
"My 18th-century living room colonial kitchen detached from dredges in public waters. n-oll.J l-tan/J YJJ I VASE ARRANGEMENTS OF FRESH
floor now slopes so much the its main house, and now con AND PERMANENT FLOWERS
furniture looks as if it's about verted Into living quarters. "
fall over," a housewife said rue Dish -DtllgnS .j/or C.m thru \
Books Are ;
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corners." modern conveniences, but these FREE DELIVERY .;
BY Dorothy Romans ..
Detailed RestorationThe are cleverly hidden from a tour
ISO-acre Historic area of Ist's casual glance. Telephoneand The Harold Massles have given ---
Williamsburg is so carefully reStored electric wires are burled to the Flagler Woman's Club
that few visitors realize fire hydrants are tucked beneath Library in memory of Loretta 1 1V

that about 150 of the 18th-century boxwood bushes, and Miller wife of Rufus Miller, a
dwellings house 20th. century mailboxes disguised under splendid book Standard Hand \ qou ,'
families, the National Geographic wooden flaps.Families book of Salt-Water Fishing by
Society are conscientious about Robert Schraff. dte tjOUlL ,
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Even the colors of paint, not leaving century patio This book is written and illustrated *
hand-blown window panes, and furniture, bicycles, and roller with authority. Fish. dGcto'z,... ,:
kiln-Hired bricks if not original skates on 18th century lawns. ing means nothing to me, butI .\
have been faithfully reproducedfrom Boys play basketball In the did not want to put this book 6tUtq qouJt. ',:
the past. backyard, but the hoops are down to write about It. I wantedto '
The stately brick homes, concealed on the Insides of go on reading. The photo. O\lpU u '
smaller frame houses with stable doors. graphs could not be better. t-5- -
Take the one showing that a
broadbased chimneys, and form Aura of Grace
er shops, kitchens, and laundries big fish was caught with direct .And4Vld
have been restored by Colonial Despite restrictions In the restored ions to display it on a light I
Williamsburg, Inc. These are area people wait monthsfor background and above a ruleror q&WJ Stdu
rented to employees of the non. permission to live there; a measuring tape.
profit organization. Advantages include beautiful What to buy for fishing, whereto
Some '40 restored or reconstructed homes with high ceilings wood go inshore or offshore for 437-3325 BUNNELL
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Choral of Public Employees All major Hollywood studios Florida's Silver Springs was The Brussels sprout, a cousinof
; Group have been on location at Flor once a thriving freight station kale, cauliflower, broccoli, collards .
Florida ida's Silver Springs to make un where river steamers exchanged and cabbage, will cross-
Increase.in :
; U. of F. To Sing derwater pictures in the crystal I cargoes with freight from' early'. pollnate freely with any of these

Public employees in Florida I I clear water. railroads. vegetables.
At St. AugustineThe numbered 283,185 last fall, a 27' _

increase since 1960 compared
St. Augustine Amphitheatre percent
I will be the setting Saturday with a 15 percent gain '

evening, May I, at 8 o'clock,I nationally, the Florida State
when the talented University of! Chamber of Commerce reports. 3000.00 .

Florida Choir presents a dl-1 '
j of sacred I "During the same interval, ,
choral
versified
program
14
Florida's population gained
and secular music. I percent and the nation's 6 per. '
The first evening performance
j In the area's newly ,constructed cent. :
"The public-service employeetotal
/ outdoor theatre, the concert Is I REWARD
in Florida was made up
sponsored by the Altrusa Clubof
of 53,185 federal civilian employees :
St. Augustine as its contribution
(no military Included),:
to the 400th Anniversary
14 percent; 51,000 state employees I "
of this oldest city, and all pro. up .
30 percent and 179-
up
; ceeds from ticket sales will be
(XX)()() county.district.city emPlOY. ]
turned over to the St. Augustine400th IS OFFERED .
Anniversary Inc. ees, 31 percent more than in .'
1960. Part time and full time I
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The ultimate goal of the Al
are included in these;
employees
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trusa Club is to raise over $3,-
000)()( for the purchase of an organ .figures. For information the
f f for the {amphtheatre, with "In actual numbers there I leading to arrest -
I were 60,828 more persons in pub
funds being derived through the
lic positions (all levels of
l efforts of the benefit concert, government
) In Florida In 1964 than and
conviction of
j sponsored coupled with'activities other: Altrusa- in I960." any personor

"Public.,schools: and state universities
Realizing the state and natlnwide -

I Quadricentennial significance, the Universityof of the 95,100 perssons and colleges last year employed(ex. persons for cattle theft in

In full time
pressed equivalents -
Florida Choit is donating its
), up 32 percent in the four
services for this concert.,
years. Public hospitals had 25,- Flagler
The University Choir, under County
the direction of Dr. Elwood Keis- 100 employees, a gain of 30'percent -1 .
will ; all police and local fire
ter, present a diversified
program Saturday evening, Including protection together came to 16- Provided, however, if two or more convictions should be obtained which are

works by Palestrina, 700, up 27 percent and highway. based on same set of facts, only one reward will be paid. '
Tschaikowsky and Randall activity accounted for 16,300 employees

Thompson. One of the concert's up 22 percent. ,These.

highlights will be the presen are the principal categories of I $ 500 Florida Cattlemen's Association
tation of Carl Orff's "Praelusio" public employment in Floridaof

works from "Catulll of ancient, Carmlna"Roman from poet those the at state a lower government level combined and:II I $ 500 ,Flagler County Cattlemen's Association

Catllus, and featuring two pianos "By special annual check

I and percussion instru made in October by the census $2000 Individual Cattlemen

ments. bureau last year, the total ,
I Tickets for Saturday.evening's monthly payroll of all state

,' concert may be obtained at the employees was reported at $18 Reward is offered for information leading to the arrest

amphitheatre. 431,000,' up 56 percent from 1960. and convction of any person or persons breaking, injuring

I, wages All county-city came to $67,304,000 salaries during and. I $1 1 0 0 Association., throwing down 'fences and .gates of members of this

1 ATTENDS CONCERTIN ,that month, a'gain of 50 .

I ST. AUGUSTINE percent during the four years. ,
The personal income of Florid-
,! Attending the St. Augustine inns from all sources did not In.
, Symphonette Concert Saturday crease nearly so rapidly: 28 percent I Flagler County' Cattlemen's Assn
! ndght were Mr. and Mrs. Ted since 1960." .
: Hein and daughter, Thea, Mr.
! and Mrs. Benton Clifton, Mr. and -

\ Mrs. Walter Creal, Mrs. F. A. .
i Reynolds and children ,
Peggy, .-
Patty, Frank, and Bill. '

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