Title: Flagler Tribune
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Permanent Link: http://ufdc.ufl.edu/UF00079914/00581
 Material Information
Title: Flagler Tribune
Uniform Title: Flagler Tribune
Physical Description: Newspaper
Language: English
Publisher: s.n.
Place of Publication: Bunnell, Fla.
Publication Date: March 5, 1964
Spatial Coverage: United States -- Florida -- Flagler -- Bunnell
Coordinates: 29.4675 x -81.256944 ( Place of Publication )
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Bibliographic ID: UF00079914
Volume ID: VID00581
Source Institution: University of Florida
Holding Location: University of Florida
Rights Management: All rights reserved by the source institution and holding location.
Resource Identifier: oclc - 33426131
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Health Board Says I I c S I Legion Post

Waters Not Fit for Will Sponsor .i

Shellfish HarvestA I Red Cross Drive

report was* made last week I Flagler Post 115 of The American
to Dr. Sayers of the Flagler Legion is sponsoring the
County Health Department by ; 1964 fund campaign for the Red
the State Board of Health in Cross in Flagler County.
.. Jacksonville. The report said "A'' Robert C. Weber, chairman for
"' review of the data indicates I the East Volusla-Flaglcr) CountyRed

waters to be unacceptable for I Cross Chapter said the post
shellfish harvesting. In our has a good community service I
,, opinion further samples are apt / i, > record and we are extremely

,rq be comparable to these in results t I ''i / fortunate to have it directingour
until the unknown pollu annual campaign for members
tion influences can be located and funds.1'
and eliminated. 1 Post omcers said Fla ler coun

The report Was made on all T'' t k i'a +YT ty's goal for the 1964/%l>ipalgn}
samples of the inland waterway ? la $000. the local & tal re-

bodies in Flagler county. County I celves Its total suppljEyf blood .
Sanitarian Gene Holly said from.the Red Cross In other hoa

he had been taking samples of pltals. S4xty-flvo, Flagler fountains
the water almost each week I received 189 pints of blood,
since last August v"rr plus other life-saving blood de ,
After hearing this report, the a e rlvatlves during 1963 Weber
Board of County Commissioners I said. "This is Just one of the

adopted a.,resolution asking ,the many examples of how the
. State Board"of Health to send a: The Winners in The Miss Bunnell High ContestLeft ',county Is served 21 hours a day ,?
mobile labatory here to take by the Red Cross."

samples, analyze, and determinethe to right: Alllda Tucker nle Bennett second runner-up; story carried in Bunnell I The Flagler Beach Woman's
source and amount of pol- Miss Bunnell, Hi; Kandyce Nancy Wilson, third runner- School News. Club sponsors the Red Cross ac
lutlon in the waterways. The Lovell, first runner-up; Jenup.. Miss Bunnell Hi news Photo by Theo Heln tivities which provide relief and I

county commissioners empha - furnishes welfare, communications .
sized that the matter of harvest. and other services to and
ing shellfish is strictly up to Funeral TodayFor Third Feeding of Holland-Cannon at for benefit of members of the
the State Board of Health, and U.S. Armed Farces Mrs. Jasper
that the board has no recourse. Mother and Polio Vaccine Is Groundbreaking White and Mrs. Vernon Halncs
are the (Homo Service contact

.,- Two ChildrenFuneral Less Than SecondOnly Ceremony for ETV workers In Flagler county. Both ,
have received extensive Red
Mrs. Cannon Says services for Mrs. 2,780 persons respondedto Groundbreaking ceremoniesfor Cross training to enable themto I
Phoebe M. Anderson and her two the third polio feeding Sun. I Educational Television Chan do this difficult work Weber
f City Library HasT young daughters Lisa Louise, day. This was about 300 under (nel 21 were observed at the said.

, and Tracy Linn, will behejdfrom"the :! adrot/hg4hgr two feedings f tower sltejnj&lando! February After, Hurricane Donna, in J
Been Reorganized 'FIrsf BaptlstCnu/ch''' Xmake'Vp clinic will beheld 28 at /HO A; M.Representing. September 1900, the Red Cross

r lean.nie' of Bunnell at 10:30 this mornIng Friday from 1 to 5 P. M. at the Flagler County completely reroofcd a home In I
Bunnell' School Librarian (Thursday). Rev. Thomas County Health Clinic. All persons Schools at this ceremony wereZ. Bunnell which had been dam.
.., Cannon met with the City M. Pinner, pastor of the church who missed the Sunday D. Holland, superintendent of aged beyond the financial abilIty -
Commissioners Monday night to will officiate in the service fpr are urged to take ad. education and John A. Cannon of tho family to repair. D. D.
t 'fepor end on the work of the renovating Bun- the three. Interment will followat vantage of the makeup so that. guidance coordinator for the Moody was the Red Cross representative
reorganizing Hope Cemetery. their immunization will be com Flagler county schools. here &t that time. t
nell 41 bra ry. y Mrs. Anderson and her two plete. Channel 21 Is a cooperative A joint effort by the Flaglcr ;
The 'wotk was done by memo young daughters were found The March of Dimes contributions enterprise of nine Central and II County Health Department, j
, School L1-' I II
Bunnell .
**' bers, the dead about 12:30: A. M. March 2, on Sunday brought in $312. East Coast Florida Counties. The Flagler County Civil Defense, {
tiZh ,1.. '..." brary Club under the direction in the family car at their home Mrs. George Clegg chairmanof purpose of Educational Television I and Red Cross, resulted In a

I . of Mrs. Cannon.by-Catherine She Was Stanish.ac. 410 North Church Street, ap the Polio Immunization Program I 21 Is to originate and ,I Ii I McdJeal-SelMIelp Course being
v companled parent victims of carbon mon and the Flagler Farm i broadcast educational television 'conducted In Bunnell for 20 people
and Arthur McDanleJ/club memo oxide poisoning. Bureau, sponsoring agency ex programs for the nine counties. I' ".

bers who had contributed the many Mrs. Anderson was born in pressed their appreciation to all This service It was stated,I I It Is very Important, the post I
of the 115 hours job.
Catherine had worked on 28 hours!I Arlington, Va., and was employed those who worked to make the will serve to greatly enrich.. -andbroaden I emphasizes, that Flagler county
as a secretary at a Daytona program successful. the curlculum offerings I residents accept the responsibility
worked 45 hours.
and Arthur had Beach bank. She had resided of the participating school systems. to support Red Cross activities I
She said that Ida Allen had also
here about a year. She was 30 I After school hours educajtional and that this fund raising
worked 21 hours on proj
years of age. Meeting Heldin programs will also be be There 'I
campaign a success.
she could
illness I
ect but due to (
Lisa Louise her four-year-old broadcast as an* educational was no fund campaign In this
not attend. the meeting Monday daughter, was born in Winter FurtheranceOf 'service to the people of the cooperating arm In 1903, yet Red Cross continued

evening.Mr. Park, Florida. counties. to provide the many essential
Cannon reported there Tracy Lynn an eight months Public Housing The Flagler county school system services the county needsand
1368 volumes now the I
were old daughter, was born here at has supported tho desires.BUNNELL.
library and under the new sys ration of Channel 21 orpnf'l
the Flagler Clinic and Hospital. I reported on a
. tem the Job would never haveto Survivors Include the husbandand meeting recently held with At very beginning. Preparationshave
be done again if it Is kept father, Albert L. (Buddy) torney II. T. Cook, Commissioners been underway for some CITY
up properly. There are several Anderson of Bunnell. Also Mrs. II. V. Peavy, M. B. McDaniel, I time to prepare" Flagler county ELECTION RESULTS
more books now on order which Anderson's mother, Mrs. Elise and Walton Johnston and Miles schools to take maximum ad.
will be added to the shelves !In and of the M B. McDaniel and Shelton I
Thompson of Alexandria, Va; also Schultze of the Housing i vantage offeringsfrom
the near future. a sister, Mrs. Joann Yateman Home Finance Agency of At. Channel 21. Channel 21 is Barber were re-elected to servo
The Library Club members also of Virginia. lanta, Ga. now broadcasting a number of on the Bunnell City CommissionIn I
conducted a book drive recently Tuesday's election. Dave Per I Ii
Serving as active Mr. Schultz went over the requirements educational programs on channels
which added many new books be Coy Harris, James Du. of the workable 2, 6, and 9. Full time broadcasting i ryman was elected to nil tho
. to the excellent collection the pont, Stewart Eatman, Gene planning plan for the city Is expected to begin by other seat on the commissionthat

library already had. Hersey, Wilfred Hunter, Cliff which they will have to complete December of 1901 on channel 2-&. was up for election.
The city recently had new Sheffield Shelton Barber, before the Housing Authority R. Earl KIpp, superintendentof I McDaniel was high with 187
shelves added to the library and votes; Barber, 174; Ferryman,
Dwayne Melts, John Rodgersand can make formal application public Instruction for Orange I
flourescent. lighting and paint. '123; Paul Stanish, 01 j L. L.
Odell Hersey. for addition to the Housing county and president of channel
ing, which has added to the I' I !Brannam 81; Earl Rice, 141; E.
Funeral arrangements are un Authority of Flagler Coun. 21, served as master of ceremonies
room. The work was done with direction of Craig Funeral Home ty. They also adopted the fire for the groundbreaking, The Morris, C& A total of 320 votes
part of the money given by the of Bunnell. I code which is one of the re Edgewater High School providedthe I,I were cast in the election.
commissioners from
county race
I quirements.Siren music.
track funds, through the recreation I I j,'
fund.Revival. will be the evangelist I on the police' car was I 1'FLAGLER BBEACH .
reported burned out
Rev. Porter said special servIces i' loner Harry Atkinson said be MARINELAND GETS II'ELECTION RESULTS ;

Set For The choir will be will held each night had one on a trade In car whichhe SHELTER SUPPLIES I Flagler Bench voters went to 1
special would be glad to contribute. Raymond & Smith civil defense the polls to elect Floyd Collins
Methodist Mar. 15 music as well as solos and quar The gas and oil bids were director for Flagler county,!who received 275 votes Willis
tet numbers. The .
I I publics Invited I awarded to Bunnell Motor Com said that there will be unloaded McDowell, who had served on
T A revival is scheduled to begin to attend. I II pany as the low bidder. Sin .at the Marinelsnd fallout shelter I the board several years ago, was
at the First Methodist ,I clair and Standard were the other today supplies at 2 o'clock. also elected with a total of 153
Church of Bunnell on March 15 I Composer of the sentimentally two bids received The supplies: include water I voter ,
and will run through March 28 southern 'Carry Me Bade to ,
I Old containers, medical and food Other candidates in the race r''
Rev. Howard Porter said today. '' Virginia"-vames' A Bland-was No problem will go away just for 1200 persons, enough to care 'I received: Marge Given. 141; '
Rev. Henry A. Guy, Florida of African descent and was because Its feelings are hurt at for all personnel and normal I' If. R. Hunt W; and Leonard
I Conference member for 20 years born In Flushing New York.: I being Ignored. I number of other persons there. 'Moody. 67.

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Thursday, March 6, 1964
- at nearly I Cisco's Golden Gate Park.
I Peanuts picked and threshed i
Eggs, two billion pounds.
Supplies of fed beef may be I, PETERSON TEXACO
Are Plentiful up as much as six percent In SERVICE
January-to-March period, ROAD SERVICE
Foods in MarchFlorida I Mrs. Kendall says. Broiler-fry Light Mechanical Work
will also continue in good I
foodstores will offera I ers Phone 4373441 BunnellWJWffJWfJVffJVJWfJVU
i TE'.5\: : \ variety of plentiful foods for supply in Florida and other
,'N; Q .:Z March meal planning, reports 'I southeastern states, with the -- --

(By Buzzy McKnight) Crescent City Mrs. Gladys Kendall, marketing volume March expected going to to market top the during volume [* O. F. ALFORD |l lJ
Fg Ft F TUValenttl specialist, Florida Agricultural I'I of a year earlier by five J Registered |
I 01-25 1
BUT BOW TO LOPEZ IN percent"Do Real Estate Broker 5
Ashley 20.044 Eggs, peanuts, and peanut
GROUP TOURNEYA Warneri 30.126 products top the foods which the walk on' the grass" Is the BunnelL Florida
superfluous amount of Ross 10-03 2 U. S. Department of Agrlcllture I I rule for children at San Fran-
shooting on the night before Pearce 11-12 3 says will be plentiful In the --
seems to have been the troublefor Dennis 3 7.8 5 13:southeast In March. \
the Bulldogs In the decisive' Harris '11-40 3 j I Other foods which Mrs. Kendall ..
game against Father Lopez in I Merritt 01-23 1 says USDA's marketing 24 HourWrecker
the group tournament held last I Edwards 10-01 2 service has listed as March Service
weekend here in Bunnell.The plentiful are beef, broiler-fryers,
r 1211.182535' rice, potatoes, canned corn, and
Bulldogs played host on I ,Quarter score: Bunnell:. 14, 35, apples. Flagler Truck & Tractor CO. I
Friday to Crescent City and :58, 80,4 Crescent !*, 19,-26, National- Egg Month promotions -
shot off the fireworks, II
really I 35. Ifc. will be In progress In MASSEYFERGUSONGrove
working the nets for an 80.35 Bunnell x March, with plenty of eggs at, Farm Industrial Equipment
victory. The text night found Fg Ft F Ttl oodstores. Peanuts and peanut i i
them sweaty Atar points, however VIRGIL DECKE.IPhone ID 7-3242
Moody 1" 1.1 5 3 products will continue In good
-'io jj/a snappy Father Anderson 8 5-5 3 21 supply. USDA crop estimates t Owner Bunnell, FloridaInsects
Lop !!/1eam, as the Greenles Townsend 02-20 2 place 1963 production of peanuts I
group\ jUt a 71.48 tourney winning ] Kuleskl .( 32-63 8
victory. Baggett 00-01 0
In the first game thti1b"ull.dogs R. Tucker 02-31 2
battled Crescent City's Fred E. Tucker,**b,' 04-81 4 ravaging your' potato fields?
Dennis for a 14.12 (Dennis got Brown 40-048 .
10 of them) first period lead. '>
From this they catapulted to a I 36 16-25 18 48 ... ; ': :.
35.19 half time lead and couldn't Father Lopez
stop as they went on to an 80-35 Fg Ft F Tttl
-1 trouncing of the Rebels. ,
Lacour 10 6.9 1 26 ,
Half the Bulldog squad reach. Baylor 40-03 8 ('1..
ed double figures: Jim Brown 19, I Alagood 12-21 4 .
Butch Anderson 15, and Robbie Grelecki 14-45 6 "
Tucker and Harry Kuleskl 10 Nelson 00-11 0 ..-
each. Dennis got 13 for Crescent Glldea 02-20 2
City but fouled out early.On Conley 't 54-52 14 }
Saturday the Bulldogs Caddis' 2 0-0 0 4 ('
came up against the vengeance I
seeking Lopez Green ''Waves, a Jackson 23-53 7 /'
team which had been nipped 25 21.28 17 71 '.'
Just under the final blast of the I I Quarter score: Bunnell: 12, 31,
horn twice this past season by I 36, 48. Father Lopez: 6, .31, 45, 1
the Bulldogs. I 71. :.l'
It looked as If our boys, boasting i \
a 12.6 initial period lead, "
were going to ride the Wavesin ROBBIE TUCKER LEADS j
for another victory until! Jeff BHS BOYS FOR SEASON !I
Lacour, a 20-polnt man who had WITH 777. FREE THROW .
been held down considerably in Ftm Fta % .
the last two Lopez-Bunnell meetings R. Tucker (Var) 34 44 77 .
broke loose and finished B. Anderson (Var) 64 86 74
us off with a 26 point effort. J. Seale (Var) 11 16 69 ,
The Lopez defense tightened W. Townsend (Var) 23 35 65J. I
down like the Gestapo In the Brown (Var) 47 73 64 /
second half, also, and only B. Moody (Var) 57 95 60 I
Butch Anderson could escape E. Tucker (Var) 26 45 58
their terror,, as he managed 21 H. Kuleskl (Var) 26 52 50
points. lie was one of our few W. Cowart (BB) 44 61 72
bright spots, as Lopez walkedoff J. Knight (BB) 42 71 59
with a coveted 71.48 victory G. Miller (BB) 24 43 56
over the Bulldogs and the I S. Rockett (BB) 36 68 53
group tournament. A. Ford (BB) 16 34 47
Bunnell M. Tucker (BB) 19 47 40
F9 Ft F Ttl S. Robertson (BB) 5 13 38 FIGHT BACK I
Townsend Moody 3 21.225 3.6 1 9 B. Eisenbach (BB) 4 20 20

.Anderson 6 3.3 3 15 EXTRA SENSITIVE RADIOS I
R. Tucker 4 2.4 0 10 Radio receivers used to com
Kuleskl 3 4.6 b 10 I munlcate with satellites are so
E. Tucker 1 2-53 4 sensitive that extraneous noise
Brown 75-8219 is a problem. For example, heat
Baggett 3 2.2 1 8 emission from falling rain WITH ORTHOL
sounds like the roar of Niagara
29 22.36 12 80 Falls.

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feet facing three streets improved with CBS Garage bees and other beneficial insects. Phosphamidon is com

for Auto Repair, Modern Service Station, Some patible with most of your other pesticides. And it's Terretfectire

Equipment, with large living quarters, stove and re. O I in small dosages. So why hassle with combination .

refrigerator. Or will lease with option to buy. Termscan sprays? Get the spray that gets potato insects coming

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A Tip To Men On skin is neat and sturdy and fabric teat: squeeee the front of i piecing Is used' In the erotth of There's ,|*o 14mit' fine for office "wear. Gabardine the coat in your hand. If it feels I good trousers. Silk ,thread,_ a man can attain by remalnlngthe
How To Buy A SuitBy holds a crease and wears well, soft and springy and snaps back I which gives strength and elasticity cm level. ,t.t:,
but it takes on a shine with I in shape quickly, it is of quality should be used for stitching .'k"I
( Alma Warren) cleanings and wear. workmanship. all seams. Seams should be
,, Clothes make the man, It has Cheviot will stand up to rough In striped and patterned fabric generous for letting outLook '
been said by many I wear, but it will not keep its examine to see that the pattern for pockets that are neat I I MILLER '
To help you authorltles.1 I shape or hold a crease. Twistis matches at the back coat and reinforced at the openings.No ELECTRONICS
,: suit for your money, Miss Eliza exceptionally hard wearing. seam, front coat overlap and suit will stay sharp-look
beth DIckenson, clothing special. I Workmanship Is a major con breast pocket. ing and attractive unless It is 1744 Ocean Short Bird.
1st, Florida Extension Service, I.sideration. Read the tag or Do the sleeves hang So that clean and well-cared for. So REPAIRS 6N TV'S
offers some suggestions. pocket stuffer for facts about the front fold comes to the middle read and keep the care tag on
.. Check the fiber-content label.I, the lining. Close, firm yet sup. of the coat pocket Are the your suit and follow the Instructions WASHERSDRYERS \
a Law requires that the label tell pIe weave are characteristic of shoulder seams smooth, with no on it carefully.A ,""
Selection quality linings. Closely woven puckering?
; .. may depend on twill cotton, heavier in the A waist interfacing of linento life lived just to satisfy I Call count 672.0377
personal taste and way of life. trousers than in the coat, shouldbe maintain the fit of the waist one's self never satisfies any. ALL WORK: GUARANTEED
Flannel Is serviceable. Shark-I used for pocketing, Try this should be used in trousers. No I body. I'


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I SERVICE the highest price in the country,

;y, Africa's Towering Watusis Sharpe Up Your FOREST this is an excellent opportunityto

. 1 TUPELO SEEDLINGS increase the potential supply

'il Face Threat of AnnihilationFor Spring Wardrobe OFFERED FOR SALEThe of says tupelo Haynie.nectar in the state,

centuries, Africa's stubby thatch-roof shambas and till With AccessoriesBy Florida Forest Service hasa .

Bahutus thought their seven. I scattered plots of coffee, cotton, ( Alma Warren) limited number seedlings of nectar-for r I

foot masters were gods. Now bananas, and sweet potatoes. producing tupelo Community
,c Watusis. i The undeveloped nation has If you can't see investing In
they are killing the I I I Haynie Memorial Church
no known mineral resources!, no new spring fashions, perk up ,
The carnage results from a railroad, and less than a mile your last year's spring wardrob I Agricultural Extension Service. I later-4ea..laatlo1
power struggle In the new Republic instead I I the best time for
of Rwanda In central of paved road. with a few smart Haynle says seedlingsis AIR CONDITIONED
transplanting .
I Daytona AT
Africa. By virtue of a 9-to-l Dickenson, rapidly drawing to a close,

population majority, Bahutus THE BOOK NOOK clothing Miss specialist Elizabeth, Florida Ex and anyone Interested in obtaining FLAGLER BEACH

assumed control after the nation a supply should contact Sunday School 10:00 A.M.
IN tension Service,
'r received Independence from the Florida Church Service 11:00 A.M..
I trend his county agent or
In I THE JUNGLEBy taking a look at the new
United Nations trusteeship
Service. Price is $10 per
Gollomb) In accessories. Forest H. W. DICKBRT Factor
1962. .' They have driven out (
of Albert She points out that most thousand. EVERYONE WELCOMIDII'iiiiiIuIthii
This Is a biography
old masters.
of their
many Watusl Schweitzer. Albert Schweitzer is II handbags have a feminine, softer Since tupelo honey sells for nl 1 r 1
Recently, however, warriors
and faced with the responsibility of look. You'll be seeing a lo
raided the frontere,
Bahutus retaliated by massacring helping all the natives in French of frameless tote varieties, both fiiit1iiiIftfthIJu I [

thousands of Watusi families Equatorial Africa. He startS from large and small and in the mos

still living In Rwanda. the beginning with nothing buta exciting colors and fabrics. Th<

Watusi Control. Sun grass,hut and his instruments. newest way to wear a bag f Is

Bahutu fear and hatred of the.He had no one to help'him with : slung over the shoulders. t ...
: {
i VCjoo.
1 a 1 I Watusi Is an old<< story in Rwanda his tiring Job, but his fatefull! Spring shoes are blossomingut

the National Geographic Society wife and a Dalnlsh nurse, which wih the accent on low heels
j I Doctor Other new fashion notes In
Three or four cen.turl. devoted her time to
*ago, Watusis wanderedsout Schweitzer In his surgical workl shoes are sling backs, cut-out \

from Ethiopia Doctor Schweitzer is known around tides and exotic colors. t
\c card Egypt. Driving herdsof the world for his endless Ii Try a flowing chiffon, crisporganza
voile scarf with suits :
natives or
lyre-horned cattle, they settled deeds towards curing
along the green mountainslopes from yellow fever, sleeping sickness I The[ white collar and cuff looks

of Rwanda. Indigenous and other dreaued diseases. !' all the rage this season.

Bahutus working in the fields Doctor Schweitzer was award Gloves have gone glamorous

thought the sixand seven-foot- ed the Nobel Peace Prize for his vith touches of lace or beads

work. For an Interesting biographr or buttons and bows.
tall giants were of divine origin
of one of the world's most Brim frame spring hats, with
and privilege.
The Watusis claimed they famous men, read this book. I sallor and rollaway styles high Ill
i will enjoy It. ''ashlon.To Illll o+
were sent from heaven to rule- am sure you
I capture the gay mood of
not work. They never ate in Library Assistant,
public and lived, legend says, Arnold Choate. spring consider chunk Jewels in
I colors and larger ll Ills
only on beer and milk. Their lamboyant bWtq tow .pkQ4cFtIpU4ft tomr
king or Mwenni "the absolute RANDOM HARVESTBy eads. Chains, dangling neck-

.Lord Ever Just," had to rise with ( James Hilton) aces, and pins are fashion-right" and A'uit t ,. n1Lr q'tUq' stdte
Random Harvest is the storyof Bunchy bracelets are ,
the sun lest he keep the sun
waiting and theworld\ in dark: a man who has amnesia from loganted earrings make after-

ness. the war. It tells how his life, five dresses sparkle.

But Mwamls personally moved Is nothing but a complete blank, -
and of how his future is questioned
with the times. The 20th-century -
god-kings wore fashionable I with the girl he loves. It

I sports clothes, played tennis, tells how he can remember a r

I even drove American cars specially few things, but doesn't know

built for their long legs. quite where he has been or who

Under Watusi rule, the econ he Is. I
omy of Rwanda was a kind of It Is a story of a man' very

I cattle feudalism. Hapless Bahu.I much In love with a girl, but '4 4a .:.. 1

I tu were forbidden to own or kill Is afraid to marry her for fear for a

cattle. They ate'beef only when he is already married. To find

an animal died of natural out what he decides to do with
his future, read this, wonderful

causes A Watusl'a wealth, prestige, story. Tm sure you'll enjoy It happy change,

depndedon as much as I did.
and political position
the size of his herd. Every I Library Assistant, UPELECTRIC
cow was regarded as a sister

I in his family. On special occasions
the cow's horns were TIGER
polished, pearls strung aroundits (By James L. Summers) to a11. '
was an English
neck, and ribbons threaded
the tall. teacher at Carleton High.
through c
"0 cow," says a Watusl poem, Loren Wallace was a second-.
"thou sparest me the shame and string fullback until Miss Terwilliger
j coach of the
weariness of the hoe.
Thanks to the hard-working football team. Loren Wallace
was> who had a doctor fora
I Bahutu peasants, the Watusis a boy
father. Ills father worked at
could devote ample time to
!in the state hospital
spear throwing, dancing, and Almound Grove

high Jumping. Dressed in leopard [I
skin shirts, ankle bells, and lie was in love with Vada I
who he thought: was Bob
headdresses, they whirl- Long
ed to the music of elephant Morgan's girl friend. Bob MorganIs i i-
really her cousin and Al
tusk horns and booming drums. ,
best athlete.
Some of the tallest warriors reportedly
High ties Almond
could Jump more than Carleton w
and ruins their chance of
It Grove
seven fret from the ground. J
wasn't often mentioned-by dazzled the championship and Carleton
reporters-that the Watusistoftcn High: has been In the cellar for

took off from foot-high eight years.
When Coach Blount becomes
termite mounds.
Incidentally, though "\Vatusl"Is sick Miss Terwilliger becomes

the popular Swahlll form, the coach of the football team. MODERN

correct name for the tribe Is Library Assistant, RANGE
Jack Wetherington. FLAMELESS
"Batutsl." ... . .. .. .. .. -

Crowed 1894 CountryIn the German explorer THE CAPTAIN'S SECRETBy SO Churl No wot,no fume,noMct.ned. ere Slamor-styled with the "built-In"

Count G. ,A. von Gotten was so I ( Harriet Hubbell) e pan*. Wall and curtain star look.Colon,too.

i impressed with the dancing Content is sad because she is clean longer. SO FASTI Super-epeed unit start heating

'I Watusis that he claimed Rwanda left behind on Cape Cod when : SO COOU Pun flamaket electric beat imtantly. Foods cook In lew water
Urundl as part of the her brother and father sail a- cooks the food-not the cook.Goodbye ..retain more flam and vitamins'
t and arrival of her \ kitchens!
German colony of Tanganyika. way. But SO SAfU No open flame. No couta&U
The Belgians took over in World cousin Joshua with a mysteriousbox SO AUTOMATIC Nbpot-w dchmglThank burning pilot light An electric range bcompletely
and continued to rule stirs up more excitement to automatic control,a modern electric worry-free and cbdtd: woof.
I War United Nations trustee than she could imagine. rang cook food aa&ty even when you ASK&Q1fOIIIAA who cook electrically.

under until 1962 when the two- There's a mysterious code, a art away from bom*. Shell tell you' there's no better way.v.

ship into two dangerous peddler an old woman SO MODERN The new electric rtnr your Electric Appliance Dealer today.
an state was split
considered crazy, an old ,
-, i independent nations. I I solved and Content .
Rwanda's red, yellow, andgreen murder not yet .
flag flies over 10,169 and Joshua find the answers -IJNJ1 )-f1amel !!
miles of scenic lake-and- I end a treasure
square jam.puked Come to the library and checkout caws roof
mountain country fi) POWE-
with some 2,700,000' natives of this book.Assistant FLORIDA & LIGHT COMPANY '

whom 85 percent are Bahutus. Library ; 1tlflK9 JV/L0 MOJT04AGE
Robert Hosklns. ,
The people of Rwanda in


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&UHHStJ o'i$ -1h.W--a book drive in January I II I -
more books, and Mrs.
School feu&7A Cannon has ordered some new II I I QUANTITY
CLASS The three Library Club memo '
Hey, did you hear a teacher bers who put in the most timein i
hollering at a class the other the City Library are Arthur TOP
day! McDaniels, Catherine Stanish, PRICES GOOD
and Ida Allen. I VALUE Thursday, Friday
Do you know who that class GROCERY
The project has been a complete and Saturday
was? It was grand old 7A.
I success I I Mar. 5, 6, 7, 1964
We work hard all day and The Library Club was very STAMPS ***
make a. big fuss concerned at hearing that its Phone 73201 103 S. Railroad
And boy, are we glad when- candidate for the Miss Bunnell

"Here comes the bus!" High Contest, Ida Allen, came "Your Friendly Co-op Store"
It always Is in English class that down with the mumps Just two
we have piles of work to do, days before the contest. Hurry FLORIDA GRADE "A"
But the ones that work in Study and get well, Ida!
Hall are only a very few. Jack Wertherington, Reporter.
In our last period Spanish class, i
we're glancing toward the I MISS BUNELL HIGH CONTEST

clock, ,I The annual Miss Bunnell High I FRYERS25'LIMIT
We welcome our new student, Contest got under way on Sat-
; whose name is Patricia Brock. urday evening, February 22,i
i II with a banquet in the high I
To meet with U.S. Standards, school cafeteria. At 8 o'clock the
We all put up a fight I contest began in the school gymnasium I
We run, Jump, and struggle, with Mrs. Joann Crews FOUR PLEASE
With ,all our main and might. presiding as Mistress of Cere.
It's tests, maps, and pictures, I monies. CUT-UP FRYERS, 5 LB. BAG 'I. $1.59
And notebooks due in time, The Judges were: Mrs. Reyn
r We stay in such a tizzy I old Hoover, Mr. Ray Mercer, Small Meaty U. S. Choice Rolled
It's no wonder I write In rhyme. Mrs. Myrtle Rice, Rev. Howard
! Carol Townsend, Reporter. I.Porter, and Miss Eloise McClure. u *
SENIOR CLASS' Of the 32 contestants, the Spare Ribs 49 CHUCK 79

\ The seniors are working hard judges first selected the Top
now, with less than a thousand Ten: Jennie Bennett, Margie
dollar left to go before they Blakely, Linda Cody, Nancy Beef U. S. Choice Family
reach their goal for their trip Fleurle, Gloria Johnston, Kan-
to the World's Fair in May. : dyce Lovell, Mary Pache, Sharon Short Ribs u. "
One of the seniors' present Townsend, Allida Tucker, and 39 STEAKS 59
projects is a sale of Bunnell Nancy Wilson.
High bracelets and pins, selling Last year's Miss Bunnell High, World's Best Ground U. S. Choice All Meat
at $1.00 each. To order a brace Susan Carle, crowned this year'squeen
let or a pin, contact Eric Morse, Allida Tucker. Kandyce ll Lfc
committee chairman. Lovell was first runner-up, Jen. BEEF 39* STEW 69*
These bracelets ancfpins make nancy was second, and
Wilson was third.
perfect gifts, and be sure to
show your school spirit by pur Providing entertainment for ,
chasing one for yourself also. the event were: Mrs. Nana 1111-
Nancy Wilson, Reporter. senbeck, who sang a solo, Mr. HENDERSON'S MAXWELL HOUSECOFFEE SHORTENING
TRI-III.Y and Mrs. Walter Creal, who
Saturday, February 8, Sue Mc. played piano and, banjo ,numbers .
Millan, Linda Cody, Charlotte on request, and Miss Minnie SUGAR BAKERITE
Gles, and Betty Lynn Bourne at. Deen, who did a tap dance
tended the legislature of the routine. A Coronation Ball in
II1-V.and! ,Trl-Hl-Y at the Gainesville the Civic Center followed the,
High School. Miss Bunnell High Contest. 5..Bag 48c f Can Lb. 48e 3 ft 48C
At this meeting, candidateswere The Tri-Hi.Y Club and Its
elected for the legislative i sponsors, Mrs. Smma Murray,
meeting which will be held in .did a splendid Job of planningthis

Tallahassee on March 12, 13, year's Miss Bunnell High Limit one with purchase Limit one with purchase Limit one with purchaseof
an. d 14.. Contest. $5.00 or more food of $5.00 or more food of $5.00 or more food
Betty Lynn: Bourne, Reporter. order order order
LIBRARY CLUB The seniors announce that
The Library Club is now completing they will soon be selling portable Shurnne (Tall) CANNED Everfreih 6 Ct. Pkg.MILK .
its work in the City Library bar-b-que grill kits. These Each '
and Mrs. Cannon said recently grill kits are ready to use, com 1IM CINNAMON
that she expects to turn plete with firepan and Instant
the key back to the commission. lighting charcoal and hickory
ers at their next meeting. chips, and they are guraranteednot Limit Four Please Pkg.
Besides processing all the to burn the surface on which
books that were previously in the yare set. NT1lii'
the library, the Library Club These grills are handy for
traveling, picnics, boating trips,
hunting trips, etc., and they are U. S. No. 1 Irish Niblct's 12 Oz. Can Whole Kernel
.iDlt e .lie: valuable in such emergencies as '
POTATOESGolden 'Bag 390 CORN
power failure and hurricanes, 2 forge
as well as In your civil defense
supplies. Lb. Southern Peach 2 /. Can (Halve)
| The bar.b.que grill kits come lOc
''in a sturdy cardboard box witha PEACHES 4 Cans $1
carrying handle. The seniorsare Cello
able to sell them at a special .
price. Extra pans and charcoal CARROTS Cello' fOe Showboat 300 Can
may be ordered upon re
questSubKtib McKenzie' 10 Oz. PORK & BEANS *'IOC
SUM 4 Year la Advance MIX OR MATCH Strietman 1 Lb. Bag ALOHA

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Henry FOOD STORE 'I Your Purchase of $5.00 or

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Mr. and Mrs. John Henry Wells shown cutting Photo by the Theo cake Heln at Wilson's All Meat Vacuum PackedFRANKSu I Oz. 10 1 <
: the reception following their wedding on February 15at at 'kg.
the First'Baptist Church of Flagler Beach.
Mrs. Wells was the former.. Joann. Preston.. of Flagler-Beach- 49 Limit 4 Please
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The Garden Club met Tues. The Cadet Girl Scout Troop 963 Strawberries 2 For 49
day at the home of Mrs. Albert wen to the Central Florida Fair BAeroicED.
Batten on South Central Avenue. i In Orlando last Saturday, Feb. 49
Mrs. Frank Schwenk was 'co. ruary 29. The girls were especl
hostess and refreshments were ally interested in the Girl Scout 7 OZ. 4 FISHERMAN ,
served preceding the meeting.Mrs. displays. One troop worked for
Frank Brede, first vice three years to pay for a tripto FOLGER'S Pke *
president, presided. Mexico. Scallops 49

Flower arrangement of the Girl Scouts attending were
t month was by Mrs. Brede-a Doris Burns, Susie Duncan, De. COFFEE
1 dish garden of greens with aI lores Brock, Pamela Smith, Pat. ARMOUR'S VEGETOLE
rose geranium. Due to the ab. ty Robbie and Eleanor Shill.
sence of Mrs. Alfred Juengling, They were accompanied by Mr.
f I Mrs. John Clark read a paper and Mrs. George Robbie and son, 1 Hb. Shortening3Lb.
on horticulture. George, and Mrs. Henry Shlll. 49
i Mrs. Brede named Mrs. Frank Mrs. Robbie Is the leader of the
') Schwenk as chairman of the Cadet Girl Scouts. Can
nominating committee. To serve
with her are Mrs. Junegllng, Rev. E. ,Lester Stanton, Rev. Limit 1 With $5.00 or More Food Order 39
Mrs. Paul Vogel, Mrs. Harold Reynold N. Hoover and Roger
Burnham and Mrs. Clark. They Hoose attended the district-wide Can
will present a slate of officersat I worship on "Every Member 2Yt Can OSAGE HALVES
the next meeting and host Visitation Program at Daytona I Limit With $5.00 or More Food Order
esses at that time will be Mrs. Beach Community Methodist For
I P eaches 4
I Threadgill.Betty Strom and Mrs. Amy Church last Tuesday.Mr. $100 Large 14 Oz. Ever-fresh ANGLE FOOD

and Mrs. Frank Brede hadas Limit 4 Please Each
their house guests last week CAKE 39
Sunday guests of Mr. and their nephew and wife, Lt. and 11 oz. Uncle Ben's Quick
Mrs. E. D. Johns were Mr. and
Mrs. R. F. Marshall. Mr. and
Mrs. Nathan Walker and son, Mrs. Marshall just returned to 'kg. :: 8 Oz. Mueller's
and Mrs. Lena Crawford and her the United States February 12th R I ICE 39 or
granddaughter, Cindy. Mr.
after spending three years in 2ftgS.
Walker and Mrs. Crawford
are Mr. Marshall Is Spaghetti
Naples Italy. 25
brother and sister of Mrs. Johns Save lOc Package
now stationed at the Naval Air .
and all are from Gainesville. .
Station in Jacksonville.J.

GAMES PARTY SET C Meekins, after spendingsome
FOR TOMORROW time visiting with his 2 Lb. 89 MAYONNAISE QL <
The Flagler Woman's Club I brother and sister In law Mr. Loaf, 49
will sponsor a Games Party on and Mrs. Jack Meekins, left
March 6, at 7:30 P.M. In the I Tuesday to fly to Vancouver 14 OZ. HUNTS Limit 1 Please
Woman's Club building. All of British Columbia, for an extended
the proceeds will go to the visit with his daughter Mr. 1IIIIes THRIFTY (FORMERLY ENERGY)
scholarship fund. Donations are Meekins' home Is In Pembroke, 2 35/1
75 cents and there will be re Georgia.tContiauod. Catsup 120z.sU0 *
freshments and prizes. on Page 10) Detergent 39
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Monday Tuesday, Thursday and Friday
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I I Two Flagler County

I Pioneers Celebrate ,

LOC I February Birthdays
I :A h f'I

Two Flagler County Pioneers were caughtby

the roving photographer while they enjoyed
reminiscing at the Moody Openhouse on Febru
BAKE THURSDAY The Band Parents will meet ary 9. They are, seated: Ernest W. Johnstonof

Brownie Troop 701 members at 8 o'clock tonight in the band Bunnell; standing, George Moody, ST., of Flag _ _ _

enjoyed a "Brownie Bake" at room, at the Bunnell school, ler Beach.

the Bunnell school home economic Secretary Bette McDaniel said

room Thursday after. today. Mr. Johnston celebrated his 80th birthday

noon. The group made brownies All members are urged to at. I anniversary February 27. He was guest of honor
under the supervision of Home tend.
at a luncheon at the home of his daughter,
EC Instructor Mary Broadaway.i
Leaders present were: Glenda I MRS. McDANIEL Mrs. H.: T. Cook. lie also received members of '

Pellicer, Frances Arnold, Glennys HOSTESS TO his family and friends at his home, 304 E.

Pazynlak, Frelda Ryder, and FINESSE CLUB Moody Blvd., during the afternoon. '

Alice Johnston. Mrs. M. B. McDaniel was hostess

During the cookie baking the to members of the Finesse Mr. Moody celebrated his 85th birthday an !

Brownies wore aprons which Bridge Club Monday evening at
nlvciaary on February 10th. He was, guest of
they had made at a previous her home, North Moore Street
honor at a family luncheon at the home of
meeting. High score winners were Mrs. I
Walter Morris and Mrs. Isham Mr. and Mrs. George Moody, Jr., on February9th.

Johnston. Mrs. J. J. Kelly will Also honored in the afternoon by his fam
Ernest Johnston
Honored Guest be hostess at the next meeting.A ily at Openhouse held at his home, Venice Park

At Luncheon Flagler Beach.
marriage in Carmel, Calif Photo by Leonard Moody
Ernest W. Johnston was honored --- -
and a reception in Juneau, Alas. ------ --
guest at a luncheon at the ka, were the unusual wedding OLD FROZEN FOOD I. MOST EXPENSIVE LAND

home of his daughter, Mrs. H.T. plans of Mr. and Mrs. Michael Will Assemble The intense cold and sterilityof Some of the world's most ex

Cook, Thursday. The occasionwas I Edwards. The new Mrs. Edwardswas Antarctica's air preserve food pensive real estate lies along

in celebration of his 80th the former Penny Royster, [, New CookbooksMembers almost indefinitely. Corned beef, the right-mile ocean front at

birthday anniversary.The daughter of Mrs. Bernice E. Roy of the Womans Society beans, and sugar, though ,left Miami Beach, National Ceo
centerpiece for the dining ster of Pacific Grove and William of Christian Service of the there 45 years ago, provided a graphic says. Property at this

table was an arrangement of G. Royster of Orlando, Flor First Methodist Church will be tasty meal for a recent British popular winter resort has sold

flowers in yellow and white. The ida. She is the granddaughterof at the old church building Friday survey. party. $4,500 a front foot.
birthday cake was decorated in Mable
Mrs. Emery of Bunnell. assembling the cookbook,
yellow and white. Penny was an honor studentof "Favorite' Recipes From Flagler
Guests enjoying the affair Pacific Grove High School, I County Kitchens." IN APPRECIATIONI
with Mr. Johnston and Mrs. I
and a member of the Monterey
Cook were his sisters, Mrs. Kate Assembly of the Order of Rainbows The Cookbook which went on I wish to thank the Voters of Bunnellfor
Bankston, Mrs. Letty Copeland, for Girls. I sale February 21 over

and Mattie Pellicer, and his sister The groom is the son of Mr. 450 favorite recipes which have
their in elect-
been contributed by women of support
in law, Mrs. Isham Johnston, and Mrs. Keith Edwards of generous
t his neighbor, Mrs. Daisy Buckles Juneau, Alaska, who are former Flagler county. The book contains
and his nurse, Mrs. Alice residents of Pacific Grove. lie all the recipes in the first ing me to the Bunnell City Commis-

Hammettt, all of Bunnell: F Also was a 1961 graduate of the high printing with about the same
sion in election.
number of new recipes added. Tuesday's
his sister, Mrs. Molly Spencerof school there where he was stu
Becky Clegg said the books
Orlando. dent body president. lie completed .
During the afternoon open. his art major at Monterey will be on sale in front of the Martin B. McDaniel

house was held at his home 304 Peninsula College recently. Flagler Beach Post Omce from
9 to 12 on March 12th. Also in
East Moody Blvd., where he re The young couple left immediately .
front of the Bunnell Post Office
ceived members of his family after the ceremony by
and friends. from 9 to 12 and one to
plane for Seattle and then on
five the same day. Re-election
I| to Juneau where a reception was For As
Mrs O. C. Shelton and children held for them at the home of

Jackie, Traci and Doug, I the groom's parents. They are

of Ocala were guests of her par residing in Juneau and both are SCD Sponsors Superintendent Of

ents, Mr. and Mrs. Eddie Irwin, continuing their studies at the

during the past weekend. University of Alaska Extensionin Speaking ContestThe

Juneau. Public InstructionIn
Guests of Mrs. Flossie Rich. Flagler Soil Conservation

ardson Monday were Mr. and THANKSI District will again sponsor a

Mrs. Roy Blake of Midland, take this means to thank speaking contest for high school I
Mich., and Mr. and Mrs. Henry the voters of Bunnell for electIng students. announcing my candidacy for reelection

Harris of Detroit, Michigan. me city commissioner.DAVE The district supervisors will for Superintendent of Public Instruction,
PERRYMAN. award prizes for the best I am mindful and deeply grateful to the citizens .

Guests of Mr. and Mrs. J. J. speeches of $15 $10 and $5 for of Flagler County for permitting me to

Kelley, Jr.,during the past week. THANK YOU first second and third place win. serve you for the past eight years. If re-elected,

end was his mother, Mrs. J. .I would like to ners. The subject of this year's I shall continue to give you the same type of
express my
Kelley, Sr., of Nashville, Tenn. thanks and appreciation to speech will be "Development leadership and administration that I have given

those who voted for me in Tues. and Use of Our District Soil and you over the past several years.

Henry Wells has returned to day's election. Water Resources for Today and

his home here after undergoingeye PAUL STANISH. Tomorrow." I My experience has given me a broad

surgery at the Halifax Hospital The contest is open to any boy understanding of the many problems in our ed.

In Daytona Beach last APPRECIATES VOTEI or girl regularly enrolled in any I ucational process. We have one of the better

week. He Is reported to be much want to express my appreciation high school, seventh through the I school systems In the State, from kindergarten

improved. for your support in the 12th grades. Students who are through junior college. All our schools are accredited

March 3rd election in Flagler Interested may nter the contest by the State and Dunnell High Schoolis

Beach. by going to the local soil conservation accredited by the Southern Association of

Alsco Aluminum Siding Thank you very much, office in the courthouse Secondary Schools and Colleges.I .

with Dupont "TEDLAR"Not Herman R. Hunt or by contacting your

A Paint school principal or English ask that all of you, who are InterestedIn

Contact The word tornado comes from teacher. quality education with quality Instruction for

Vernon A. Raymond the Spanish trooado meaning all our youth, join In my campaign for re-elec
;439-2214 Flagler Beach thunderstorm. nr TIIK cinrtrr cornr or tion.
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You a,. hrt notlAod that a
alt b.. b.*n J1U4 acalnt you In
lb. above ntlflod cau..; and JTOMaro
h'rbr required to fll. your .a
wr with tho lark of thl Court: Park-In Laundry and Dry Cleaners
Auto Body & Paint Shop and to .rvo a rap lh.r*.,f UIMHI.
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Lawn Mowers RepairedAuto .ld.H BulldlBirPajrUMM Boarh. riorida Rug CleanersAND
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CONSERVATION( during February. They have be held on this subject on I BIGGEST RADIO TELESCOPEThe i iI I the United States Advanced-"Research :

been assisting local techniciansIn Monday, March 9 at 8 P. M. In largest radio telescope has Agency and will be operated

the design of structures and the Flagler county courthouse. ,I has been built near Arecibo, t by Cornell University.
BT ditches on the farms of Glenda James 'Brogdon, entomologist, Rico
Puerto National Geographic
NEWS Tilmon W. Robinson Pelllcer, Robert Bertha, and Alfred Florida Agricultural Extension reports. The telescope's giant
Tucker. Service, will be the featured HASTINGS MATTRESS
-shaped reflector covers 18.5
FORESTRY PLANNING RECREATION PARK speaker. acres. With it, astronomers hope ; & UPHOLSTRY WORKS
Negotiations are underway between
to bounce the first radio signal 710.12 Lemon St.
Soil Conservation Service Farm The Flagler County Recreation the Flagle" County Recre I
Forester E. D. Holcolmbe recently Club Is still operating at a fast anon Club, Inc. and Lehigh off Jupiter, Investigate Venus Palatka, Florida
visited the Flagler District clip. At the last count, approximately Portland Cemtnt Co. for pur I I and Mars, and probe space be. Phone EA 5.9166
yond our galaxy. The $9 million Furnitu \ Upholstering
and while here visited the farmsof 40 have '
memberships chase of Lehigh land by the !I Repaired & Refinished
Col. John F. Dicks, Jerry Slovak sold. The organization > project was sponsored by
been club to build a golf course and Mattresses & Box Springs
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and C. II. Cowart assisting hopes to( sell at least 150 memberships other recreation facilities. Made Order Also Renovated
work unit technicians In woodland at $55 each with annual The 4-H speaking contest will Call Laura Morris <437-3233<
planning and other forestry dues at $100 each. be held on March 19 with the Dance to the Music of After 6:00 P. M.

problems I If this is accomplished, then' finals on March 26 at the Rotary THE PRICES REASONABLE.
a long term loan may be had i Club. I BUDGET PLAN IF NEEDED.
from the USDA's Farmers Home i I Phone or Post Office
Administration to finance construction FOOT LIKE FOAM RUBBER i' Drop Us A Card or Call
An ACF meeting was held In of the project, which I The hoofs of an Arabian camel I I AT THE Free Pickup & Delivery
the Bunnell SCS office February will consist of a nine hole golf
spread out like foam I BAMBOO COCKTAIL
20. Funds were allotted to the course (with plans to enlargeto -
when it is walking on sand. LOUNGE
Soil Conservation Service for holes later date) I
18 at a ,
handling the technical end Of United States oil companies FLAGLER BEACH c mbr Jfflaglrr; OlrtbunrIIUNNKIX
clubhouse, swimming 'pool, picnic prospecting in deserts imitate the
the 1964 program. are,, boat marina and other' effect with special low.pressure II Saturday Night 9 to 2 p. m. FLORIDA
Also the ASCS committee ap related facilities. ,;: sand tires for vehicles.

proved allotments for conserva It is incouraglng to..see so -.--- MRS. H.B. FULLER EditorDe.a..ted
tion practices for the first half much Interest in a project of

of the program year. At the this type.
J I Official Publication
meeting were: W.W. Deen, Sr., LATEST DEVELOPMENTS CRAIG FUNERAL HOMEA. for Public Notice *f FU.ler
ASCS chairman, A. B. Johnston, farmers
Flagler say that the II County, Municipalities (here!*
committee member, Stanley H. CRAIG Funeral Director
cold weather has cut way into mad the State .( Florida
Thrift, county office manager andT. the cabbage yield and for the I JOHN CAPO. Associate

W. Robinson, SCS work unit same reason the quality is below I Entered a> second class matter
conscrvatonlst standards. AIR LADY OXYGENEQUIPPED February 6, 191S. at the poatofBce
ENGINEERING According to County Agent CONDITIONED II I at Bunnell Florida under act of
( Area Engineers J. W. Norris Howard Taylor, an Infestation of CHAPEL ATTENDANT AMBULANCES March 3. 18TC.
and Jim Thomas have visited body lice, In combination with

II( the Flagler SCD on two occasions other conditions, has recently\ Phone ID 7-3532 One year -___$J.BO
killed several head of cattle in
Six months l.36
\ Flagler county. A meeting will

For Florida vegetable growers. .

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S CCBU per ward aek laacrtloa. \
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FOR SALE-Hawaiian Guitar, 3
plug amplifier and lessons;
( 10000. Also Webcor tape recorder
$50.00. Phone 4392379.

March 5-Itp

; . .. ., '
: '-'-
FOR SALE-Great Lakes Trailer .' ,. ,,' ...
4.V x 10', 2 bedrooms with aluminum ZINC
: maneb"fotmulation'contains
patio, $2,200.00. See at ", : ; New, + .
Flagler Beach Trailer Park. Call '" i
owner, 4392437. 3.5*1tc :

FOR SALE-1959 Cadillac, $1300., { MANZATE0 0

March Also camp 5-ltc trailer. Call 4373605. @JPDN

FOR SALE-Westlnghtouse De. r *ay."!***** MANED s

humidifier; room heater, $5.00. control...
.Mrs. M. E. Goldlng, 140 Palmetto for better disease
St. Venice Park, Flagler "
:: other crops
Beach. March 5-ltp and
repossessed 63 model swing needle .

Dial 0 Malic, like new,

makes fancy stitches, makes .
buttonholes, sews on buttons, 4 ,1 rI

monograms, embroiders, etc.
Take up remaining 4 payments

I of $8.00. Ph. Daytona 233-8106 -'S

Fob 27-March 5-2tp I

I wA welatng to do evenings .

: arid week-ends. Call Mar.
I tin Harding 4373669. M6-tf

I WANTED IRONING to do at my

I home, reasonable. Pick up & delivery. .

10.24-tf. Phone ID 7-3669. Manzate D offers these advantages: :

SEPTIC TANK cleaning; drain "
fields Installed; snail shell. Reasonable I
: prices. Call George Ja

roz.. ID 7-3110 8-1-tf Controls many diseases on a vari Safe to use when applied at short : .:.. :

TOR SALE or J\ent-3 bedroom of intervals according to directions. 5 ..r "J" ,
unfurnished home on Lehigh St. ety crops. .. ,' ..... .'.

Flagler Beach. Contact George Won't clog spray nozzles..and "
Sr. HE 9-2137. TF \ a 'C. safely I through rainy II"
Moody, crops small particles make better contact ,

CONSTIPATED? and I humid infection periods.May "-. /.fir
with disease "
To prove 1'UUN-KVAC containing1'runee organisms. '
Flea A Henna la world'. ,
Hmo laxative_MOODTS lh.st hurry, beat to PHARMACY and moat natural be used with many of the Easy-to-use wettable powder

for generous FREE 8AMPLH or T .commonly-used! pesticides. : mixes easily. .
40 tablets for TJc. Over 1,000,000 , .. ,1' ,
old each yea .i r. r' ;" -'1

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In Florida

By Herrtr Sharpe) remain physical at the marker North Pole can,long be- *v't TURKEY NECKS' .4 Ibs.Ibs.. $100

cause the face of the earth's $ OX TAILS $100

Home grounds are like some northern axis frequently changesas 4 .

folks-both can often be made the Arctic Ocean's pack ice
more attractive by face-lifting. drifts across it, the National Geographic S Ibs.

Smoothing out facial features says.Thunderstorms. HOG MAWS "S ,Ibs. $Ie OOIbs.

knows no season. But, spring Is
a good time to check lawns for in Bogor Java, PIG TAILS 5 $:(00

wrinkle-like erosions caused bywinter's occur on the average of about .

heavy rains. 320 days a year. PIG FEET 6 Ibs. $-tfOO

When checking don't forget Subscribe to The F-ogler Tribune NECK BONES 6 S-tffOO
the deep ruts made by unwanted Ibs.
SX50 A Year In Advance
travel trailer visitors or, the

wheel marks made by the truck --- -
that repossessed the piano. JIIMCIAI CIIICUIT OF U. S. D. A. CHOICECHUCK
Top soil will go a long way I.KIl COUNTY. IX CIIAMCUIiy

in covering up these and other ELIZA N n. 4K37 LEE HAIUV ROAST. Ib. 39

nightmarish experiences and vs. Plaintiff .

will prevent you from develop. EUGENE HARP,

Ing old-age wrinkles before your NOTION OK Defendant.stIlT CHOICE JUICYCUBE
Be sure to buy top soil thatis TO: EUGENE HAHP whose reslIt -
free of roots and other debris. 311, Cumberland Pennsylvania.I Street. Harrisburg STEAK lbM79c

Also, don't add soil that is full You are hereby notified that a .
suit has this day been Instituted
of nutgrass seeds or other against you In this cause by JUlia I
troublemakers.Will Lee Harp: the nature of the suit Select Western Streak O'Lean

it hurt to use soil to cover It required a suit for to divorce answer; you or otherwise are here. BEEF LIVER 3 "". $1 BACON '".
plead In this came on or before 29*
the lawn grass in the truck April 13, 1964 and to serve a copy

marks? The answer Is: No. of Fred your It Brannon answer ,or Jr.pleadings, Box 80S.upon New Wilson's SpicedLUNCHEONMEATI29 1WHITE ((5 lb. Bucket)
ti Usually the lawn grass will Hrnyrna Beach, Florida.
for Plaintiff. This notice hall be
push up through an Inch or so published once a week for four $119LEAN
weeks In "The Klagler
of top soil. But in the more Tribune."
damaged needto WITNESS my hand and seal this
areas you may
2nd day of March A. D. 19(4, WESTERN BOSTON BUTT
add sod or sprig in grass E. A. SMYTHB
Clerk of the Circuit Court
runners to cover up sunslghtly By Julia It. Harvey,
bald spots.If Deputy Clerk, PORK ROAST lb.39c

uninvited travel trailers' March_-_--__512194tc n_ -__ -- .- .
continue to be a menace to
your lawn, now is a good timeto IN rilAftCKHY NO. -4K15 WESTERN (FIRST CUT)

block oft the handy parking ANGELO GIAL.DELLA.Plaintiff.

place with shrubs. Usually thereIs SUSIE M. OIALDELLA.VI PORK CHOPS 3 Ibs. $100
a large size shrub or two in NOTICE TO DKKKNI1 .
the back yard that can be THE STATE OF KLOHIDA TO:
moved to discourage on grass 11 Meadow Drive LaRuta 12 Oz. Can
parking. Azaleas are good ex. Waterford. ConnecticutYou
are hereby notified that a GIANT SIZETIDE
amples. You can move them as suit has been filed against you In CORNED BEEF 35c<<
the above entitled cause; and you
soon as they shed their blooms.
are hereby required to file your answer
First, dig large size transplanting with the Clerk of this Court Kraft (Salad) 6 Ox. Jar I
and to serve a copy thereof uponthe
holes at the proper plaintiff or plaintiffs attorney,
whose name and address Is; MUSTARD 9C Each
spot where the trailers may tres RAY 8KUDENKelden 48cLimit

pass. Then, scatter well rotted Building
organic material in the bottomof not later IMytona than April Beach 4th Florida A. U. 1SC4. Van Camp's 300 Can
the holes.In If you fall to do so, decree pro 1 with $5.00 or more food order
confesso will be entered against PORK BEANS 8 $1.00
transplanting, be sure to you for the relief demanded in the for
bill of complaint The nature of
move as many roots as possible aid suit being for divorce.
with ball of WITNESS my hand and seal of Red & White (All Kinds) (19 oz. pkg.) SPIC & SPAN Reff.
along a generous aid Court this 3rd day of March Size 24*

earth. In fact, try to make the A. D. 1964.E. A. 8MYTIIE CAKE MIX 4 For 'I00

ball of earth and roots match Clerk of said Circuit Court Reg.

the hole at the new site. (Official By Seal. R. Harvey MR CLEAN Size 39*

The secret of moving large Deputy Clerk
March 5-U-II.II-fto Regular .
shrubs Is water-plenty of It. GINGHAM GIRLFLOUR

Following transplanting, allow IN IN TIIK AND COUNTY FOIt FLAiLEIt JUIIOR COIJIIT COUN- 2For 29e

water from a hose to ooze on .
H KO. %I/
the plant roots for a week or so. IN UK Estate of DAIRY SPECIAL _

Then for the next month or so MAItVIN. EARLE GOLDING.Deceased. Mrs Pick ford's lib. Qtrs.

be sure watering.that the shrubs get special tOTICK OF AIMIM4TIIATIONUNNKCKHNAKY KNTItY' OK OIIDHUOK 5 [3e, 19. OLEO Each 10*

Planting Vines All persons airalnst having the estate claims of or MA demands It-!- Limit 1 with $5.00 or more food order (Umit 2 With $5.00 or More Food Order)

The planting season is about VIN FAILLE HOLDING, the above-
named decedent are hereby notifiedthat FROZEN
any time the notion strikes you, an order of administration Unnecessary -
the vines has been entered by the Frozen Rite (HOME BAKED)
provided are small
Honorable T. K MrKnlght. county
thrifty, container-grown plants. rlet': that the total cash value of FRESH PRODUCE BREAD j Ib.kLoaves
a Is $115.00: that the 49*
Now is a good time to try your names and addresses of those to 1 )
whom said estate has been assigned U. S. No. 1POTATOES
luck. Deciduous vines-wisteria,
by such order are as follows
trumpet*vine and others- do : Nondas It. (loldlng. 140 1'al- 18al*. DIXIE CRYSTAL
rrtetto>> Avenue Flagler Beach Flor 39*
best when planted In the cooler
ida.March 5. 1M4.Nondas .
season. R Gold Ing. 4 Pound Cello SUGAR
In planting either container. March I-U-II.I'-Ho
----- Each
grown or "balled and burlapped" NOTU'M OK INTEYTION-7Y BAG APPLES 49*
plants, dig a hole which is In compliance with House lllll/ Sib. 48C
slightly larger than the ball of No. 11 U. Chapter 2095$. Laws of California SunkistLEMONS
Florida, Acts of 1141. a* amendeddthe ,
earth about the roots. If the undersigned will register with
D" Limit 1 with $5.00 food orderS
the Clerk of the Circuit Court In or more
plant is in a container, carefully and for Flagter County Florida J 29*
remove the plant without disturbing upon receipt of proof of publication
or this notice the following fictitious
the ball of earth about name.Ding's .

the roots and settle it in the Artesla Town bark I.North da Motel A1A.locatedat Florida I

hole at the same depth it was the, business under which of operating I will engage a motel In FREE 50 FREE 50 FREEGIFT

in the container. and that the undersigned la the
only person Interested In said
Partially fill in around the
plant with rich garden soil. business.Dated at nunnell Florida, this With purchase of With purchase of With purchase of

Water thoroughly. Finish filling Ird day of March, N. A.I).D. JlOW 44. (1) S9c pkff. LAY'S (1)4 lb. Pkg.LUZIANNE 5.00 or More Food

the hole and water again.

Follow the same procedurewith Notice Is OK hereby+ Itlf>.given WAITED that the Coupon Void After Coupon Void After Coupon Void After

the balled plants. Do not East Flagler Mosquito Centre Dl.. Sunday March 8, 1964 Sunday, March 8, 1964 Sunday, March 8, 1964
trkt. Board: of Ommlaslne. will
remove the burlap. However, cut aere t sealed bids at the *m lo-

it away at the top of the ballor ea ted on 7 miles Highway north AIA ef up "to aglerBeech and

turn it back at the ground uatll M eVtock. P. M.NOTICK Mervk 1C.Itw .
*. or postmarked p,t.r t* that
line. time and date, tor the fell wing

Before setting bare-rooted deciduous equipmentTbreoeoarter Ton One

plants, trim off long or ffrhmp track Marxian! .hlL
rour wheel drive. tie% It
broken roots. Tire. Term <". .

Be sure to form a shallow Bt4 with> will sad be without...... at trade-in.the basin around each plant to I:* P.U. oeTwVdneirtair. Mart*
llth. 1M. flWMe..,,,. t M4er win III/
catch the summer rains. MulchIng notified f.tt*>wtoc' the PUtrkr*
it helps at u.. ., ......
is a good Idea as Re Wetriet reserves the right
to conserve moisture, maintain .. teases any a fed all Mds an4 t*
wsjive .ar l.,erMa4fttes Mid ing. IlilIlilII .
the organic matter of the soil, Dated Ifcts im cur .t l Trt.arrOeofge Phone 4374227

Increase aeration and reduce u.4wlre.... ....... OPEN SUNDAYS IIflIHIJatIIllTrlillJlIJllllI U.S.No.1 BUNNELL
oil temperature during the fl4.trf4txu 8100 sum--llOO p.m.
ummer. 27 % March 4jr.t<-Chairmanrb !'-lUj QUANTITY RIGHTS RESERVED Prices Good March 5, 0, 7 and 8, 1964Thursday.





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5gle yjeack Books Are My Dish Interstate Route 95 low bid submitted by Zinke I I gustlne Wessels- -Is currently- -
r ] Inc. of Pompano Beach engaged! in writing a book to '

By Dorothy Homons) Work Will Start will extend 1.95 from the pointa I be titled, "Florida Profiles."

(Continued I from page 6)Members Iskt Fuquay has given the on I half-mlle north of Volusia- The club will meet at 6 P.M.at .

of the Flagler Wom Flagler Woman's Club Library a March 6 SRD Says Flagler County line In a northerly the Flagler Beach Recreation
of the "Post" that contains direction five miles
an's Club are reminded of the I'copy to State Center for a potluck supper pre-
business meeting next Wednesday Arthur Miller's latest play, "Aft Construction on two of three Road 11 In Flagler County. ceding the formal program.

March 11, beginning at 2 er The Fall." Several things projects to extend Interstate 95 I Members and guests are askedto

p. M. at the clubhouse.A make this an extremely inter from the Tomoka River in Vo- AUTHOR TO ADDRESS bring a covered dish and
nominating committee will esting venture in magazine pub. lusia County north 15.8 miles to I tableware. Coffee Is furnished.

be selected and a ballot vote lishing. To begin with a playis I State Road 11 In Flagler Countyis SENIOR CITIZENS CLUB I
written with the idea In view Guest speaker at the March
taken of Issues discussed at the : expected to begin by March
February meeting. Mrs. Jasper that it is to be acted, not to 6, the State Road Departmentsaid 10 meeting of the Flagler Senior Cairo, with a population of

WhltCrtPrgsIdent, urges all mem be read. Which makes it tough today. Citizens Club will be William more than three million, is
be I going for producers on the out. I, Wessels, an author from St. Au. Africa's largest city.
bers to present. Work began February 5 on I II .
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look for plays. I ----
the first 1-95 project In Volusia
If a play reads too well, prob.
AUCTION County. This $1,694,242 contract
ably It won't make a good play. I NEW FASHIONS IN FIRE INSURANCEThe
at awarded San
Recent "Country Auction" to Marco Construction
the Flagler Woman's Club proved Shakespeare Is read for single Co. will extend the limited fire insurance policies we write still give the same
lines and for certain ,
to.be a success as well as passages access four-laned divided high. dependable protection. But today you can often enjoy ad
but to know what his play Is
entertaining.Due way from U.S. 92 west of Daytona dltlonal coverage benefits-Home Owner's Policy-at very
like it must be acted. Also, It .
little extra costRemember
to the recent Illness of Beach northward 5.8 milesto
Is unusual to publish a play
Mrs. Harold Massie who has a point south of the Tomoka
while it just starting a run for H. T. Cook Agency ,Is ready to help you
\ been the club's auctioneer, Mrs. River.
the first time. Mr. Millers'show take advantage of these extra coverages. Telephone 437.3361
C. i Bagwell Taylor of Oklahoma A. Max Brewer road board
r1 ;
I t has stirred up some controversyover 0 stop In soon for full details.
City substituted and did a fine member, said the first two
the character of "Maggie.
Job. Assisting Mrs. Taylor were is phases of construction will ex. I H. T. COOK AGENCYPhone
Mr. Miller declares the play
: the following costumed club I not autobiographical and that"Maggie" tend the highway from the point 437.3361 Citizens Bank Building Bunnell, Flo.

i members: Mrs. H. G. Heydt, Mrs. south of ,the Tomoka River In
is not Marilyn Monroe.
R. K. Hirst, Mrs. Charles Sinde- I Volusia County northward 10.8
: The critics have scored Mr. I ---- -- --
, lar, Mrs. K. N. GIvens and Mrs. I in miles to a point half a mile
Miller for not being fair his
: I Bennie Clay. I portrayal of Miss Monroe which north of the Volusla-Flagler FOR ALL HOURS-DAY OR NIGHT
' Mr, and Mrs. F. M. Bishop of I County line.
may, or may not, be his reason
,: Springfield, Mo. did an Ozark for denying he'wrote about her. The first contract Includes con AMBULANCE
hillbilly skit, "Liza and Henry"which
While I did not find the play as struction of the facility 5.7 miles
PHONE VAlley 41]
Mrs. Blsh- 1625
was hilarious. ,
to at the north end of
I' exciting as a play should be, a point SERVICE
ope accompanied at the piano still It held my interest but the U. E. 1 interchange. A 220- ST. AUGUSTINE. FLORIDA
togroup; singing during breaks. foot single roadway bridge will
mainly because I felt it was
The Bishops are Mrs. Jasper Never be hesitant about Calling a Garcia Ambulance. We
I so autobiographical. Quentin, be built for Hull Road over 1-95
White's sister and brother In I are always at ferric
the main character, Is on the and dual roadway bridges for your promptness safety and

law. ': stage for three hours talking 1.95 will be built over the To. experience-

:,. ; Following the auction dOUgh.j with the various people who moka River, and Florida East

;,. ,:nuts and coffee were come to him out of the past. ., Coast Railroad track and U.5.1. Equipped With Oxygen Resusitator and Inhalator
the approximately attending
I In a way, the plot is a ghost I The second contract Includes Garcia
by Mrs. E. P. Fleurie and Mrs. Funeral! Home ,
story, not that I think It was construction of a 225-foot single
W. Halnes. The club thanks
all who participated.The I II considered that, but the people roadway bridge for Old U.S. 1 P. E. GARCIA, Licensed Funeral Director
I sounded ghostly as I read a- over 195.
I I. 5
flag staff given by the
long. '., The third contract, with the
'\. W. O. W. has been erected and ------ wwwwiAVAvuwvwuuiAChevelle _ _n_ .WN.' hYti' W 4
a dedication program will be ---
held at a future date.

METHODIST Attending the CHURCH DeLand District CHEVELLE by CHEVROLET-a great highway performer I

; Womans Society of Christian -, ,- --- _........... -- _.._--- ----- -- .

b Service meeting in Daytona
", Beach last Thursday were Mrs. c

i ,' "
f son, Mrs. Bob Whitney, Mrs. Ray

, ; ,Lehr, Marjorie Woodruff, Mrs I

LaBarron, Mrs. Reynold Hoover,
" Jessie Rowe and Mr/ and Mrs.

,} _, : Roger Hoose. yVaviitji1TT
Church school time Is 9:45:

11 A.M. and morning worship is r

f', : at 11 o'clock, with Rev. Reynold

C Hoover, minister.

\ ,Sandwich lunch, worship service

I and study on "Christian Per

fection" Is at 6 i'. M.t sponsoredby

the WSOS.

Malibu 4-Door Sedan Malibu Super Sport Coupe
Mrs. Frank Schwenk has asher

Chouse guest this week her

sister, Dr. Viola Sturmer of

St Louis, Mo.

? gnhni tl1
.. Boston Common, set aside in

1631 as public property, ranksas

America's oldest public park.

In 1830, the city fathers drove r
w 4a
% off the cows' and planted trees

and flowers
1 )
\ "t t l t7

l I I N TIIIJ nnruiT COHIIT !*nvI'.MTII -
JUDICIAL l' mlJ.Ar.:
I I imOWN.
: 1 Malibu Super Sport Convertible CheveUe C-Ptutenger Station Wagon
: ) JKSSB K uliowN.

IN TUB NAMH OK IVifendantNOTICH' THE STATE Chevelle balanced performance is best! I

I i JKSSH K. imoWN, .4001 Fairfax. Passing, cornering' threading' through means performance Chevelle lets you choose Power-
Fort Worth 1Tezu.
aplenty-standard 120-hp Six or glide', 4-speed manual or
You are hereby required to anwer -
i,filed herein acalnat; you divorce la the traffic,.sudden steps-CheveHe excelsall 195-hp V8-and optional at 3-speed manual transmission.

above the perky ftlln* your around! Chevrolet's new surprise extra cost, a 155-hp Six, a 220- Knowing how people like the
answer with of the Circuit
r I Court llunnell, Florida, on or bp V8, a new 327-cu.-in. V8! But custom touch, we wrote out a
t-\ before March SI. 1M4. and servinga package has what It takes to meet any Chevelle's performance means long list of extra-cost options.
t true ropy of said Answer upon
j ,I'Ulntirr attorne). J. 1JOYD LMlMCIt. more. Chevelle's a foot shorter Knowing all this, what's keepIng
r', JOJ Hunk of New SmyrnaIiuildln driving challenge: Six or V8 engines, than the big And the from
*, New Smyrna leach, Flor cars. space you a test drive?

I ida.Herein fall not lest a rterea Pro hefty brakes, Full Coil suspension-and Chevelle saves in size comes off Certainly not
())n t..o be entered against you. the ends, not the middle. So it your Chev BZ _
f l' designated The FUgler as the Tribune-newspaper hereby In trim size that makes the most of them! rides like you want a car to ride. rolet dealer!

,> whlfh this Notice shall be pub. O iss.i..ae...
I llshed one a week tor four (t)
consecutive weeks. THE GREAT HIGHWAY PERFORMERS Chevrolet CheveHe Chevy nCorvaIr* CorvetteSee
WITNESS my hand and offlttal
, .4>*l .at liunnell. Flacler Count them at your Chevrolet Showroom
I'., Florida' this lath day of February. .1
( tPs,11'U >. A. 8MTTIIB
;, Clerk of Circuit Court
t 117 Julia It.. Ilarvelerk.. HALL-TUMLIN CHEVROLET COMPANY ,

I J. 110TD I\toLOACn
103 hank of New 8myrna BIde
I New Smyrna Htach. FloridaAltorne7
I for rutntlffFeU TELEPHONE ID 7-3131 BUNNELL
IO-ST March &I-4\e FLORIDA


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