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Title: Flagler Tribune
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Language: English
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Place of Publication: Bunnell, Fla.
Publication Date: March 26, 1964
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Spatial Coverage: United States -- Florida -- Flagler -- Bunnell
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VOLUME 52, NO. 12 BUNNELL, FLORIDA, THURSDAY, MARCH 26, 1964 $2.50 A YEAR
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Bunnell Band Gets I TAXES TO BECOME i Father of Mrs. BUNNELL METHODISTS VFW & Auxiliary

DELINQUENT APRIL 1 EASTER SERVICESThe
Superior RatingAt McNab Passes Special MeetingSet
Tax Collector Dale B. Brown Easter Services at the
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District Jr., said today the 1963 taxes First Methodist Church will begin -
ContestBunnell Away MondayJ. For TonightThe
which have not been paid will with the Church School at

High School's Band become delinquent on April 1. McKim Duncan of Ormond 9:45: A. M., with classes for all Ladles Auxiliary to the

was one of five bands In the !The delinquent taxes will be Beach, father of Mrs. R. L. Me- ages nursery through adults. VFW Post 5213 will present

District Four Band Contest, : advertised during May and tax Nab of Flagler Beach passed The pastor Rev. Howard Por prizes to the winners in their

sponsored by the Bandmasters' certificates will be Issued on the away Monday morning at the ter, said the morning worship Essay Contest at the VFW Post
Association of Florida and the : delinquent property on June 1. Halifax Hospital. He was 75 will feature the Chancel Choir I special meeting tonight at the
Florida High School Activities Mr. Brown also reminded tax. years of age. singing an Easter anthem '. Civic Center. '
Association held In Jacksonville I payers that a 3 per cent Interest Essay subject for the contestwas
Saturday March 21, to receivea will be charged after April 1. Mr. Duncan was born In Clov- Rev. Porter will administer "Foreign Student In America -
rating of Superior in all its erland Indiana and was an ex Christian Baptism for Infants : An Opportunity for Friend.
contest activities and consequently ecutive for the B. F. Goodrich followed by a special message, ship."
I Rubber Co. from 1921 until his "
"Easter and Gardens
be eligible for the State
Senator Holland retirement In 1952. lIe movedto First prize winner Is Alllta
Contest to be bed in
Tucker who will receive cash
Ormond Beach In a
1959 com
see on May 8 and 9, Tallahas.1 prize of $10. Second prize win.
from Arlington Va.
Opens Campaign ing I
Judges from all over Big Group Enters ner Is Buzzy McKnIght who will '
World War I 'he servedas
During
had high praise for the Band receive cash prize of $5. Third .t
as It received Its fifteen straight I I Last Saturday captain In the 66th Field Artillery Speaking ContestFor prize winner of $3 is Elbert '
Brigade of the 48th Field
"superior" rating In district con. U. S. Senator Spessard L. Holland Tucker.
tests. Eighteen bands from sen I made his first campaign Artillery He was a 50-year life 4-H MembersA The VFW Post will also award
member of the Masonic Order
lor high schools I in Flagler speech Saturday March 21, at trophies to the Bunnell High
Nassau, St. Johns Duval and I Fort Lauderdale. a 32nd degree Mason the Scottish total of 51 4-H Club members School students for the Basketball .

Clay counties were judged in I The state's senior senator Rite and Rotary Club. entered the elimination teams at the tame time. ,

concert playing slghtreadlng I t spoke to the Demoenutte-.... Mr.. Duncan was a member of speaking contest held Thursday Head basketball coach Norman
and marching by to adjudicating[I i en's Club of BrowardCounty, at u.e-> jrtMMuBejtch, RepublicanMen's and Friday March 19 and 20, U.Sloan of the University
experts in their fields. I i I a noon luncheon. Mrs. Ian T. Club and \ pcatrpttaU At the.courthouse. ln Gainesville will be guest .
I dent of the Civic Music Association. speaker for the meeting which ,
Judges were: Oliver Hobbs, Patterson of Hollywood Is president
In the junior division Nancy
He attended the First
will be at 8 o'clock
Tallahassee Otto Kraushauser tonight
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Congregational Church. I Hargett, Jack Baker and Beth
Miami; Robert Lamp, Pahokee; Post Commander Johnny Mer
Mrs. Marie Morse of Fort Lauderdale Matherly were decclared the top
Joe Coursen Titusville; Jimmy, program chairman said Funeral service was held three contestants, while the following cer said the public: Is Invited to
Finn Daytona Beach; Dan Jen I that Senator Holland "has so Wednesday morning at Halgti received honorable men- attend the meeting.

sen Chipley and Bill Allen much to talk about that Is con Black Chapel with Rev. Irvin tiln: Pat Zlmmerle Kathy

Miami. struotlve and good" that club Cheney of the First Congrega Bourne, Jay Townsend Sharon CD Supplies Put
Ensemble and soloists also receiving members opened the luncheonto tional Church officiating. The Pacha: and James Alan Bran
superior ratings were: the general public. body was sent to Arlington Va. nam. At Marineland
Sharon'Townsend., Student Con She pointed to Senator Hoi for service and Interment in Ar
ducting; Mary Pache Twirling; land's successful fight againstthe lington National Cemetery Friday Others participating were: One of the smallest incorpo: ;
a Brass Ensemble composed of poll tax both In Florida and morning at 11 o'clock. Carla Tucker Herbert McKclvin, rated towns In the United States f
David :Brown Jim Brown Harry In national elections; his lohg Sam Smith, Jim McNab Charles established March 5th Civil De
Kuleski and Benton Eisenbach; history for Improvement, pf Survivors include two sons Clegg Lesa Knight, Ann Harris fence shelter areas with a total .:
a Clarinet Quartet made up of school.as an. Important way.to DCnald- ...O. 'of Daytona :Beach, .Janet Cook Ray Smith, Jeanne capacity that 1* more thin"200 '
CheryfSkolar, Heidi Eisenbach; social progress and the vast job and John M. of Birmingham, Hlgglnbotham Mike Barber, time as great as Its actual pop-
Betty Bourne and Gloria Prather. opportunities provided by his Michigan; three daughters Mrs., Maria Hugac, Buddy Scott. Carol ulation.
Receiving next to the top rating sponsorship of development of R. L. McNab Flagler Beach; Lynda Townsend Bruce Kendall, The Flagler County Civil Defense .
were members of the Saxophone I Florida resources Including Mrs. J. J. Kelley San Diego, Minnie Deen, Marcia Johnston,I officially dedicated the

Quartet, Kandyce Lovell Cheryl space age Industries and Cape Calif., and Mrs. W. W. Wilson John Gcller Chip Johnston shelter at 2 P.M. when CD
Skolar Linda Skolar and Vicky t]I Kennedy of Arlington Va. one brother, Brenda Townsend John Cook emergency supplies were installed *
King.. D. T. of Los Angeles Calif.; one, Cindy Durrance, Melanie Cody, at the town of Marine-
One of the highlights of the sister Nelle E. Duncan, Ormond Lyna Knight Cynthia Hlnson land Florida. With a permanent

contest was the marching band Beach. Also surviving are 17 Mike Zlmmerle, John Cody, Benny population of six, the Marine
show an original show produced Matanzas BridgeCeremony grandchildren and seven Geller Elayne Murray, Mike land shelter will accommodate
rrt'at.j
by the Band entitled grandchildren Robinson 1,350 person In the steel and
"Are U From Dixie" featuringa For concrete underground chamber
special fanfare arrangement i Betty Lynn Bourne Tommy below two great occanarium
by one of the band members I Claude G. Varn Herr, and Ann Bourne, were the tank

David Brown. The show depicted I Home Mortgages top contestants In he senior division In what may be the strangest

through special music arrangements Claude G. Varn one of the pioneer and Susan MacMillan Civil Defense shelter In the nation
Decline Last Year
the first "motel" In i developers of what is Donnie Moore, and Wesley .the shelter has a "roof

Florida (a wagon), the Spanish' now Ocean Shore Boulevard or. Home purchase of mortgages Thomas were announced as containing) 250,000 gallon of
Influence (head of bull with AlA was honored last Wednesday honorable mention. Other par.
a In Florida last year numbered filtered salt water and some
roving eyes), and the evolutionof when a recently constructed 188.592 and totaled $1,524,885,000, ticipating In the senior division 2,000 live specimens bl marine
bridge across Matanzas Inlet I were: Lee Bourne Jr., Levi Bran-
the "Blues"
originallycame
as the Florida State Chamber of fish In a time of maximum
from Dixie. was formerly dedicated and I Commerce reports."Mortgages nam Jr., Darrell Britt Sue, emergency It 1 I. probable that
In his honor. I
named Tllman
Broadaway, Robinson
the tank
of $20,000 or less would be partially or
Jr., Johnnie Ruth Miller, and
Flagler BeachResident Mr. Vain now of St. Augus, (as reported to the Home Loan Barbara Jean Pache. completely drained. .
tine was a former resident of Bank Board) are Included in Since Flagler County has a '.

Dies Bunnell and during that time these figures. Compared with The judges for the elimination population of 4,5ft!, the Marine-

he guided the construction. a 1962 last year's volume showed contest were: Mrs. P. A. Edmonson land shelter will Accommodate:

Thursday MorningCharles wooden bridge across the Inlet a :5 per cent drop while the National Rev. Thomas Pinner, and 29 per cent of all persons In the j
The bridge was dedicated In total moved up 8 per cent Rev. Reynold Hoover. Mrs. John area
F. Vandling of 155 1927 and was operated a* a Rice, and Mr. John A.UitSEpJ The March 5th ceremonies
Avion street, Flagler Beach, private toll bridge. Later I* was "Mortgages recorded on the Rice M. B. Fuller and John A. I was headed by Flagler County
ale of homes to 135,000 have
passed away early Thursday taken over by the State Road up Clegg will serve as finalist Civil Defense director Raymond '
morning. March 19, at his home, Department. :. been running at about the 13 percent judge at the Rotary Club luncheon S. Smith, of Bunnell
of the total of $20,000 '
after an Illness of several weeks. Recently the State Road De Thursday, March 20. At the
less mortgages but data are
or
He was 79 years of age. partment completed a concrete final contest the three top con.
. not available for the full MAUNDY THURSDAY
He was born In Harrisburgh,' steel bridge across the Inlet yet testants in each division will be

Pa., and lived in Flagler Beach which I Is a part of Highway A1A. year 1963. .placed first second and third, SERVICE AT FIRST .'

for the past two years. lie was A bill wa Introduced In the, "Savings and Loan Associations I respectively.The .

retired. last session of the legislature by i were the original lendersof I i winner will be awarded METHODIST CHURCH 't i
lie Is survived by his wife members of the St Johns County i $714.296X of the $20,000 Maundy Thursday Service will i
Mary of Flagler Beach; two sistens delegation Senator Verle Pope i mortgage total In the state last prize' establishments money provided In by Bunnell bu.l.nl'N !- be at the First Methodist Church I

Mrs. Emma Eckard, Or- and Representative Gus Craig year. Individuals handled $2..,- of Bunnell at 7:30 P. 1.!., Rev.
and also the
Flagler Farm Bureau
mond Beach and Mrs. Frances and Charles Uslna, to name the: 231,000; commercial banks $141- and the 'Howard Porter said today. .A ,t
Ward of Harrisburgh Pa.; two I bridge in honor of Mr. Varn. Sen. I 633,000 and Insurance companies Association Flagler will Cattle.men's dramatic presentation of the il

brothers, Luther Vardling of ate Pope served as muter of: $33,645,000. The balance, $39L- present Last Supper In symbols with
to each of .
the first ,
trophies
Enola, Pa., and Walter Vandlingof ceremonies at the dedication I 040,000, was handled by a miscellaneous winner. place Andy Yelvlngton giving a 1010h '
Dekald. Ill. which wa sponsored by the St group of lenders Including I "Let U* Break Bread Together"

Funeral services were held at Johns County Commissionerswith I government agenclt I County Agent Howard Taylor : The pastor Rev. Porter, win I
ten o'clock Saturday morning at Dan fickler a* chairman. I Only insurance companies regis I wishes to express appreciation :celebrate Holy Communion with

the Craig Funeral Home of Bun Former State Senator Frank J.I tered a gain over 1902 to parent, school teachers, vol. I the congregation.IXOJUDA'S ,i
nell and Interment followed at Upchurch of St. Augustine wa 'The six Florida counties I unter 4-H leader for assisting. I ,"
the St. Mary's Cemetery In Ko- the principal speaker for the I I which are reported separately the member In developing their I i"

rona. Father Diego Canesa of. dedication. The' plaque bearing;j are Dade with a volume of $333j ,- 'pt<
dated Yams name was unveiled by his j 157,600; Broward with $145,688- entire 4-H membership participated The flsh-catching anhinga ;or
Pallbearer ,were Peter Burzyck. wife. All of the Yam children i' 800; PlneUa $109.434,800; Du. In the contest and this snakebird of the Florida Ever

floyd Collins. George Hunter: and grand children attended the'I val $105,216.700; Orange $65,082- record of participation probably glade swims with It* body tub
Raymond Mattel. Fred Skolar.ceremony.I. Also attending were l'I'100 and Volusla, the only gainer I excel contort in every other I merged and its long neck
and up
Alex Zysk. j many citizen of Flagler County. over 19G2. with :164C6,700.M Florida county. like a periscope.





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TWO THE FLAGLER TRIBUNE, BUNNELL, FLORIDA Thursday, March 26, 1964
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umudl ltltjh THE BOOK NOOKWINGS prise of this book. things a sheepman bad to go
!SPORTS I To find out more about this through in the years of the early
School ftecvl FOR AN EAGLE book come to the library and west!
(By'Robert Sidney Brown read it John Baggett, Jr.
ANNUAL NEWS Tommy Parsons, Dan Haynes Jack Wetherington Library Assistant
BAKER WINS OVER The final pages of the 1964 and a dream; Or rather two Library Assistant
WADSWORTH 6 TO 5 I PINEA have gone to the press. dreams! A 17-year-old boy who HAITI ONCE PROSPEROUS
I The Annual Staff finished a lot wanted to fly and an aging Valiant Dog of the Timberline Haiti, at the height of its pros.
Russell Wertherington's base. of hard work on March 3 by World War II pilot, trying to (By Jack O'Brien) parity in the 18th century, pro
loaded home run In the second putting a final stamp on the salvage a one-plane airline make This is a story .about a dog vided Europe with all its sugar
Inning gave Bakers a 5 to 0 lead. package and sending it away. an explosive combination because that has charge of 35,000 sheep.In and Louis XV's France with half
All three teams in the league The Annuals are expected back they have nothing to lose. a part of the country where its national revenue. Now beset
were all tied up with a 2 and 2 May 20. Again we would like Tommy, an orphan, has to I''cattlemen think that to have i by strife stemming from poverty
standing. j Ito I thank the people of the com struggle, and struggle hard, to I' sheep on the land that their cattle I and dictatorships, Haiti has the
Bakers picked up a run in the munity for supporting our Annual convince his straight-laced aunt once roamed freerly is a sin. lowest gross national productper
top of the fourth inning to take for 1964. Thank you. that he must learn to fly. 'I This story also tells about the I person in the Americas.
over a 6 to 0 lead. Mike Manuel Sue King, Reporter. Dan Ilaynes, plagued by creditors -
broke his jinx spell and got his, SPANISH CLUB NEWS has even worse problems,
first hit. Ray Smith came thru. The Spanish Club held a meeting for his only plane, the pride of
with a nice bingle. Johnny I at Mrs. Estes' house on Wednesday Haynes Air Service, is about to CRAIG FUNERAL HOMEA.
Bratcher walked three times. i evening, March 11. The be seized for debt!
Just as the ceiling H. CRAIG, Funeral Director
seems about -
Wadsworth broke into the run meeting was called to order by
column in the bottom of the President Mike Church at 8:30P. : to fall, an agitated man JOHN CAPO AssociateAIR
fourth on hits of David Solomon .M. First, Cynthia Cobb, Secre- pears at the airfield ap'l
and David Higginbotham and I itary, read the minutes of the for help. America's famed LADY OXYGEN
scored two nms. last meeting. Then Arnold Morse Ing Senator" and his wife are I CONDITIONEDCHAPEL I I EQUIPPED
lost in a trackless wilderness! i ATTENDANT
Kirk Robertson led off in the suggested that the Spanish Club AMBULANCES
bottom of the sixth with a I hold a dance to celebrate Pan. How Tommy and Dan call on I'
every fibre of grit, enterpriseand Phone ID 7.3532
single, Kirk's second hit of the American Day which is comingsoon
game. G. Robertson poled a long and the rest of the club flying knowhow, taking I 201 E. MOODY BLVD. BUNNELL FLORIDA
desperate chance forms
the j
sur
triple- ,. driving.. in Kirk. Chip agreed.
JOhnston drove the nrst pitch A committee was formed to --
down the right field line for a complete plans for the dance,
triple to score their second run and Thomas McDaniel, Vice Insects
ravaging fields?
of the Inning. D. Solomon President, was named chairmanof your potato
walked. the committee. The tentative
D. Higginbotham drove In C. date for the dance has been set
Johnston on a ground ball and at April 17, and it has been sug
.
Solomon pulled up to third base gested that any profits be donated 1"'N
with the tie run with two out. to the senior class to, ?help] .. ."..n" t.A,
James Medders, with the count pay for their trip to New Yorltthis
2 and 3, went down swingingand spring.
the 5.10 boys took over first Arnold Morse, Reporter.
,place. 7-A CLASS NEWS
Butch Hornsby looked goodon Participating In the 4.11 Public .
the mound, showing a lot of Speaking Contest from the
confidence. T. Bratcher, catchefor 7-A class were: Brenda Town-
Bakers, has cqme along fin e rsend, Carol Townsend, Janet
in the few games played this Cook, Cindy Durrance, Maria
spring- Hugas, and John Cook.
The 7-A class is sorry that it
During World War II, at the had so few on the Honor Roll
height of meat rationing, a for the past six weeks.
Texas shipyard used bananas The 7.A Seventh Period Spanish
instead of grease to prepare the Class now has four new I t. If
ways on which new ships slid members.. They are: Cecelia t, \. t - ,._._- i I
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Into the water. Eberhardinger, John Cody, Mike nf j,
Robinson, and Sam Smith. These
Ancient cypress trees, hundreds new members bring the numberof
of years old, dominate the students to seven.
plant life at Sliver Springs. The 7-A class has lost a student .
The boa constrictor is not Patricia Brock. She has -
strong enough to harm an adult moved back to Georgia.
by constriction, and does not at. Carol Townsend, Reporter. ,I
tack humans.O. SENIOR CLASS NEWS .
The seniors are working hard
this week, with research papersIn
F. ALFORD English class due Thursday.The .
Registered class is still awaiting the
Real Estate Broker arrival of the barbeque grills
it has promised to sell soon, and
BunnelL FloridaHASTINGS more of that delicious candy has
been ordered. Also, the seniors
wvw.r would like to express their FIGHIBACKI
MATTRESS thanks to everyone who has
supported the bake sale this
& UPHOLSTRY WORKS week and the car wash last
710-12 Lemon St. week.
Pal atka. Florida The seniors extend a "hurry
Phone EA 5.9166 i back" invitation to their cosponsor .
Furnitu % Upholstering Mrs. Amelia McCoy,
Repaired & RefiniShed who was called to West Virginiafor
Mattresses & Box
Springs WiTH ORTHOI
Made to Order,Alto Renorated the week because of illness
Call Laura Morris 437.3233 in her family.

PRICES After REASONABLE.6:00 P. M. 1(8noWllson, Reporter _

BUDGET PLAN IF NEEDED. The world's least briny sea-
Just as near as your the Baltic lias only seven partsof
Dro Phone or Post Office or Call salt per thousand of sea water , ORTHO Phosphamidon kills the major Florida potato insects.
Pickup as contrasted with 42 in the .
ItL Free JL & Delivery" Red Sea. Besides killing on contact, Phosphamidon moves into the plant's system to kill

insects that hide from other sprays. Phosphamidon kills the major Florida potato

This is to Announce that pests...and because of its systemic action your workers can be back in the fieldsin

.I a matter of hours. Rain won't wash it off, either.

1 AM A CANDIDATE FOR Phosphamidon is a water soluble liquid, so it's easy to

.r. County Commissioner Dist. 3 mix. Because it's absorbed quickly it's less harmful to

/ \ \\ \ bees and other beneficial insects. Phosphamidon is compatible

Flagler County with most of your other pesticides. And it's very

I ORTHO effective in small dosages. So why hassle with combination
SUBJECT TO DEMOCRATIC PRIMARY
.. PNOSPNkMi00N l sprays? Get the spray that gets potato insects coming I
MAY 5, 1964
t and going: ORTHO Phosphamidon.
LET ME SERVE YOU AS YOUR COUNTY

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Thursday, March 26, 1964 THE FLAGLER TRIBUNE, BUNNELL FLORIDA PAGE, THREE
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Walnut Rustlers An Old Plan avoid stooping. Store boxes of laundry equipment Is the answer.
Enemy Laundry Area I ,
detergents and botttea of bleachin and
A little, plus storage space
i Take To Woods Coming AgainWith Save Steps WorkA undercounter space. If count. tot state, removal supplies{ Is I

:er space is not available for fold I needed for p're-treating clothes.
As Demand Grows the advent of warm flrst-class laundry area in I ing and sort a shelf above' the that require it . ,-

,t' weather, one of the homeowner'sold the home requires a convenient __n _____
Rustlers are prowling through I enemies is starting to crawl location, efficient equipment, .,
t forests and fields in search of out of hiding and swarm in the storage space for ironing, mend. ELECT ;'
unlikely booty-walnut trees.I I balmy spring air. Ing and sewing. .$\, .J

The Incentive is great A large' The enemy is the destructive, Home economics specialists MARY E. SMITHFOR ,'1 j

tree may yield veneer worth wood-eating termite whose with the Florida Agricultural ".',.'-.j.1
$20,000 wholesale. Extension Service out thata
mealtime habits cause an esti point
Demand for veneer-quality mated $25 to $30 mllllan year laundry area located near the

black walnut has grown so in damages say Florida Agricultural kitchen or bedrooms saves time Supervisor of Registration .J

",, that manufacturers are Extension Sevice special and steps In gathering soiled
hJ:" using it at twice the normal rate clothes and returning clean ones. FLACLER

!( of 17 million board feet a year, ists.There are two major kinds of An adequate water heater, a COUNTY ,

I, the National Geographic Society termites in Florida-the subter dryer and steam or dry iron, all Your Vote and Support Will Be Appreciated
: says. The Commerce Department arranged for a convenient workflow
ranean and the drywood types.
Paid Political Adv.
are needed to furnish a
j. recently restricted the export of The subterranean or ground.
walnut lumber. good laundry area. Provide
dwelling termite which nests in
The situation has touched off space for an ironing board and
f the ground and must be in con.
,rb a lively hunt, both by reputable stant contact with the soil to. room to store board iron and
I The Nomination
ironing supplies. Appreciate
" loggers and some unscrupulous survive, chews up 90 per cent
people. In southern Maryland of the damaged wood in the Needed mending is more apt .*.-
thieves sawed and to be done If the sewing ma.
neatly removed
_ state. My sincere thanks and appreciation to 'the peopleof
17 walnut trees from a chine Is located near the laundry
termite makes
The drywood
;', private woodland. They ignored his home directly in the wood area. You may also needa Flagler County for nominating me for the office
work surface for sewing.
other species.
L Stumps Are Valuable and does not depend on the soil What about storage? Providea of State and County Tax Collector for a full term.I .

. to live. hamper or basket for things

sound Enterprising stumps of loggers long-dead pull trees.up Termites eat wood for the eel that are to be Ironed. If you want to assure you that I will continue to serve ,
lulose, Which is their staff of have the space, three hampersfor i

' Those terns have with Interesting sold for as grain much pat.as life. Since the Insects cannot digest I white colored and special the public efficiently and courteously In the years
the cellulose they have items will
: speed up your laundry
$6,000. ahead.
many protozoa in their stomach task. Use baskets or shelves
Veneer makers scout for choice
which break down the cellulose built In undercounter bins, hampers Sincerely
old shade trees in private yards.In .. :
into simpler foods which their or drawers.. Allow for plen Wf :
some cases, these backdoor system can assimilate.it ty of ventilation. DALE. B. BROWN, ;
walnuts are worth even more : I
than the houses they shade. Where will you store your 4Tax Collector I
in small solid- laundry aids? What about
comes a pro '
, Old-fashioned solid walnut f
walnut box. viding some overhead storage to raid Political Adv. ,
furniture banished to attics and I
i barns is being hauled out and ,1 .t,'". ..' .,I I

. refurbished or sawed into thin "" :'/ 44'r -
sheets of veneer. .'.... .S...p .

:} Early veneers were about i
.
l/8th-lnch thick but Improved If

cutting knives now make It possible .
to slice sheets only l/28th

of an inch thick. This permits r4l d di
matching cuts of elaborate

grains. .
Black walnut (Juglans nlgra)

is prized for its dark lustrous
color and striking grain. The
heartwood varies from llghi
.. .
w brown to a deep chocolate. The '
to, I
sapwood is nearly white, but it
is now common to darken It by

steaming or staining.

Black walnut with alternate ,x
,
dark and light stripes curvedor I

wavy grain and irregular I
growth patterns, is highly val.
ued. Especially prized are burls
from very old trees with a blrd's.r -
eye figure on a glossy dark Planning ij,+

background.Ideal .
for Furniture
'r,' Black walnut makes ideal aheadto

h wood. Straight grained, it can ,,
be easily worked with tools, re

,, slsts warping or swelling after : : serveyou
:
seasoning, and glues well. Walnut 4 ..
f takes and holds finishes su 4

perbly. Polish accentuates the ,{'n5 / 4 4J betterNew I

beauty of the grain.

i Present-day cabinet makers '
.I shudder at the colonial practice "''s y M and improved petroleum

of painting walnut The colon. r 1 product. Better fuels for
S Ists thought so little of the wood M'v'
.' that they burned walnut trees *' business and industry. These
W
; when clearing land or split ,45 4 are the South' 1001'
:r them into fence rails. Pioneers
dividends from America'smost
later valued black walnut for kS

essentials such as cradles, gun. ", !(. modem oil refinery .
stocks, and coffins.
recently opened by Standard
5
The early settlers found wal i
nuts growing 150 feet tall with n Oil at Pascagouti. More

branchless boles of 80 feet. Today powerful gasolines-designed'

a 100-foot tree is unusual.
r to give betterperformance
Though walnut is a relatively you

I fast-growing hardwood, It takes 44 and increased
half a century for a tree to reach 7
.
mileage-are almost ready
size.
cutting '
Just 10 years ago, the Department b I for you to test in your' car..
of Agriculture noted that
q Yooll find them soon
the consumption of black wal
',
nut, though fairly steady, was wherever you see the r

comparatively small In the Standard Oil sign.

United States. In recent years
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Gardening In Florida In Tools one quick lying lesson.around on the I Spring Colors marks of the new spring colors. the problem. r- lIr/v
Select a clew color that_become!
(By Keror Sharp) ground can cause an accidentIt you am; watch J it bring your It is suggested that you slight
Is a fact that stepping on a Bring SparkleBy wardrobe up to date. ly sand the running edge of
Hobbles like gardening, hoe can cause the handle to fly stuck drawers until they
( Alma Warren) Give color a whirl this spring. easily'
catching rattlesnakes and scuba up with such force as to planta pull out
diving-can be dangerous. goose-egg size bump on your Bright colors are high fashion
Experts say that each hobbyIs noggin plus shattering your this spring. Take advantage of HERE'S A TIP FOR Then wax the edges with a '
safe-If you know the tricks glasses. the brilliant galaxy fashion has STUBBORN DRAWERSDon't I candle. This will lubricate the

of the trade. However, It would When rakes are left on the to offer, says Miss Elizabeth wood and seal out moisture,
waste
seem safer to pick up a plant ground, be sure that teeth are Dickinson, clothing and textile of-war with a energy stubborn on drawer.a tug. preventing excessive swelling

by the nape of its neck than. down. A false step on a rake specialist I I If some of your furniture drawers pIe during use damp weather.for this Some peo
a squirming.reptile. with teeth I soap purpose,
up could well send
Rose pink, poppy orange, are hard to open, a candle but candle wax has
a longer
Also, the aches
received from limping to first
you a aid sta
quered red, dazzling green, and some sandpaper can solve lasting effect
stooping to transplant are less tion. Or a rake left In the driveway lac'l

harmful than bends caused by could cost you several Installment on yellow, wildflower ,..........................----------------
These are Just a sample of
underwater T activities. payments on an auto is in store in ready-mades and I
The worst danger for garden. IMrNIHROIiHllMmIrr
I tire.When fabrics.
ers is not following the label
working In the
garden, You'll be seeing rock crystal
when applying pesticides. Usinga guard against cuts and infec- and smoky white an off whitein

pesticide than properly is no more tions. Protect all cuts with' the neutrals. Pastels are qoo. tGUJclttqLf ...
dangerous driving an auto.
proper antiseptic coverings. Remove .
showing up in moonstone blue,
But rememoer,
carelessness with
all foreign matter, suchas crystalline mauve, rose quartz,
chemical
a can cause death.
Even though you read the directions glass, metal and wire from and chrysoprase green. .,_.
your flower bed.
last week, pause againto Always striking, black and
review the instructions on the Use gloves if your skin is tender whites is considered a "color In
or susceptible to rash. Also itself" for spring.
,
label.' Then take care to heed
all directions, cautions and wear sturdy shoes and appropriate Clear and fresh are the hall tc

warnings. garments for protection _

And even if ,the directions while working thorny plants
like roses. Dance to the Music of
don't say so, play it safe by
It all these don'ts are discouraging
Wearing gloves, sleeves rolled THE
down and collar buttoned. Wearing don't give up gardening
shorts is taboo when apply. for skydiving Remember, you RHYTHMROCKERS

ing. chemicals in the garden. can make many mistakes and

If you should spill some pesticide !. be a successful gardener, but AT THE
If you forget to pull the ripcord
on yourself, remove the
-you've had III! BAMBOO COCKTAIL
contaminated clothing and wash &\ Wt1'+c CItl fiGn.1cI
with, soap and water. Even if LOUNGE

you don't spill the pesticide, always On Miami's downtown streets, FLAGLER'8EAcH \nde Ct1. q? L q'tUq' Sto'te
wash your 'hands and face more Spanish than English can j Saturday Night 9 to 2 p. m.
after a session with a spray gun. be heard at times FttiitniiiiiniurnitnttintFor

If you should feel sick after -----------------...........................
applying a pesticide, contact -
the family doctor. In such an Florida
vegetable
emergency be sure to take the growers. .
pesticide container or the labelto
the hospital with you.
If there is only a "dab" of

the chemical left over, don't remove ; '
it from Its original con. tt! . ; ; : f,1.
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tainer. Storing small amountsof : ;; ::! ,
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ed milk Is inviting a' one-way .. -... ...-. _. .. ... --- . .. "
trip to the hospital. .r.r.: >: 1 t'

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foods of any kind. For safety's itsrF ,
sake, keep food in the kitchen

y locked cabinets cabinet and chemicals out in the in tool a .l r

shed. TOOLS

You are in for a shocking experience
It you use electric I ."....*'*'4' &

hedge clippers or a lawn mower
with a frayed power cord. So for better disease control'..
check all power cords before

plugging them In this spring.A 6" potatoes and other crops
wlnter weary cord may have
i developed an old-age crack in
its insulation (that will cause
an electric current to shock you
into doing a fast-step Charleston


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SHELTON'S GROCERY RESERVED
***
TOP PRICES GOOD
Thursday, Friday

VALUE,I _.-. ',"' "Your' Friendly Co-op i Store"TELEPHONE March-and Saturday 26, 27, 28
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Gardening In Florida In one quick lesson. Spring C'olorsr marks of the new spring colors. the probket .
I Tools lying around on the Select a new color that becomes

(By Kerrey Sharp) ground can cause an accident r Bring SparkleBy you and wateh it bring your It sand Is suggested the running that you edges slightly of
It Is a fact that stepping on a wardrobe up to date.
stuck drawers until
Hobbles like gardening, hoe can cause the handle to fly ( Alma Warren) Give color a whirl this spring. pull out they easily
catching rattlesnakes and scuba up with such force as to planta
diving-can be dangerous. goose-egg size bump on your Bright colors are high fashion Then wax the edges with a
HERE'S A
TIP FOR
this Take of
Experts say that each hobby noggin plus shattering your spring. advantage candle. This will lubricate the
Is safe-If you know the tricks glasses. the brilliant galaxy fashion has STUBBORN DRAWERSDon't wood and seal out moisture,
of the trade. However, It would When rakes are left on the to offer, says Miss Elizabeth waste energy on a tug. preventing excessive swelling
seem safer to pick up a plant ground, be sure that teeth are Dickinson, clothing and textile of-war with a stubborn drawer. during damp weather. Some people
by the nape of Its neck thana down. A false step on a rake specialistRose lit some of your furniture drawers use soap for this purpose,

squirming ;reptile. with teeth up could well send pink, poppy orange, lacquered are hard to open, a candle I but candle wax has a longer
Also, the aches received from you limping to a first aid sta. red, dazzling green, lem I and some sandpaper can solve lasting effect

stooping to transplant are less tlon. Or a rake left in the driveway on yellow, wildflower blue. . .
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harmful than bends caused by could cost you several installment These are Just a sample of whatIs I I rI
underwater" activities. payments on an auto In store in ready-mades and }
The worst danger for garden. tire.When fabrics. UNHMUUlUiHllNHllWJ
ers is not following the label working in the garden,. You'll be seeing rock crystal i iNou
when applying pesticides. Usinga I. guard against cuts and Infections. and smoky white-an off whitein
pesticide properly is no more Protect all cuts with -! the neutrals. Pastels are 4ee Now>r docto't,...
dangerous than driving an auto. proper antiseptic coverings. Remove showing up In moonstone blue,
But remember, carelessness witha all foreign matter, suchas crystalline mauve, rose quartz, I
chemical can cause death. glass, metal and wire from and chrysoprase green.
Even though you read the directions your flower bed. Always striking, black and

last week, pause againto Use gloves If your skin is tender whites is considered a "color in
review the instructions on the
or susceptible to rash. Also, Itself" for spring. a Y: n' ou
label. Then take care to heed I wear sturdy shoes and Clear and fresh are the hall.
appropriate
all directions, cautions and
warnings.And garments for protection
while working thorny plants
even if ,the directions like roses. I Dance to the Music of b-4
don't say so, play it safe by I-
wearing gloves, sleeves rolled If all these don'ts are discouraging THE I :; _
don't ;
down and collar buttoned. Wear. give up gardening RHYTHMROCKERS + i ;
for sky-diving. Remember,
Ing shorts Is taboo when apply. you
can make many mistakes and :: t
ing chemicals in the garden. j be a successful gardener, but : ___
If should spill some pestl- | AT THE
you
!if you forget to pull the ripcordyou've
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had It!
-
contaminated clothing and wash LOUNGE \ittq 1i0Wt .p't0 CJd f<
with, soap and water. Even if
you don't spill the pesticide, always On Miami's downtown streets,, FLAGLER 'BEACH cA t1Ct'Rt xafl, qtuq( Sto'te
wash your hands and face more Spanish than English can j Saturday Night 9 to 2 p. m.r .
after a session with a spray gun. be heard at times.
If you should feel sick after -
applying a pesticide, contact
the family doctor. In such an For Florida vegetable growers.
.
emergency be sure to take the
pesticide container or the labelto
the hospital with you.
If there is only a "dab" of
the chemical left over, don't re
move It from Its original con.
tainer. Storing small amounts
of pesticides in a spare baking
I powder can or a box for powder.
.. .. .. .. .. .
ed milk Is inviting ,, ,_. -- --"" '
one- '
a way "-'- : :
;: r: :' : : : ,
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trip to the hospital.I I
Never store pesticides near New maneb formulation contains ZINC ,
foods of any kind. For safety's -
A, sake, keep food in the kitchen
cabinets and chemicals in a \j i wt
locked cabinet out in the tool { D

shed. TOOLS cQU J tP! .

You arc in for a shocking experience . WANED FUNGICIDE
if you use electric r

hedge clippers or a lawn mower disease control...
with a frayed power cord. So for better

check all power cords before and other crops
plugging them In this spring.A on potatoes
winter-weary cord may have
developed an old-age crack in
its Insulation that will cause
an electric current to shock you
into doing a fast-step Charleston

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Controls many diseases on a vanSafe to use when applied at short ..,. .

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***
TOP PRICES GOOD
Thursday, Friday

VALUE -' ,!W "Your Friendly Co-op\ Store \:11'_ : March and Saturday 26, 27, 28

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THURSDAY FRIDAY and FLAGLER FOOD STORE( QUANTITY
SATURDAY, V RIGHTS
MARCH 26,27,2R,1ar.1 FLAGLER BEACH FLORIDA RESERVED

WILSON'S CERTIFIED-TENDER SMOKED FLORIDA GRADE"A"D& D-WHOLE.

whole 14.16 or Lb.shank Avg.half 45i FRYERS V a 29*

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bl Butt Half LIMIT THREE PLEASE
HAMS Pound....:............. 4ge PALM RIVER SLICEDBACON

Center Lb *
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LYKE'S SUGAR CREEKFRANKS WILSON'S CERTIFIED \ .
THICK SLICED BACON,2 Lb.PACKAGE....._..................... 99 e
12 Oa. Pkgs QUICK FROZEN VEAL PATTIES OR
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3 $1
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TWIN OAKS FLORIDA GRADE "A" INFERTILE WHITE

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I Mrs. Julian Caudill, accompanied She to the grand dAUfbtar of Mr. and Mrs. Raphael Slur-

by her sons, Tommy and man have M th #r Mute gwet
Mr. and Mrs. P. A. Bdmomon
d = Terry, and daughter, Jane, of hit daughter, Mrs. Bill Marshall, I
o ElIzabethton, Tenn., visited hate of Bun tolI.
of Onaneoek, Vir,..,
last week with Mrs. Oaudill's .
LOCALS parents, Mr. and Mrs. T. E. Hoi- --

den. They also visited with

The lage.C. .Sam Blacks at Elllnor Vil Vote To Elect

UDC MEETS WITH COUNTRY CLUB

MRS. DURRANCE I MEETS WITH J. Muzyka of Houston, Tex I IMOGENE STRICKLAND

Arecent meeting of the Gen PAT COWART as, arrived Tuesday for a visit

eral Joseph E. Johnston Chapter Pat Cowart was hostess to the with his mother, Mrs. Jessie Mu. I of
I zyka, and other members of his Supervisor RegistrationOF
UDC was held at the home of meeting of the Country Club re-

Mrs. Tommy Durrance, Haw cently. Attending were Lois Hlg family. FLAGLER COUNTY I

Creek. Mrs. Zack Holland pre. ginbotham, Joyce Crews, Molly
sided In the absence of the I Bertha, Phyllis Bertha, Betty Mrs. Jessie Muzyka is a patient Your Vote and Support will Be Greatly Appreciatedraid '
in the local hospital for
president. Moore, Gertie Ramsey. Naomi Politic. Adv
medical treatment. She is
Pellicer, Jeanette Bertha, Margaret reported
Other members present were: .
as Improving.Mr.
Kathy Knight, Helen Deen, Kate I Knight Madge Johnston,

Bankston and Margaret Cook. I and Elissa Tilton. and Mrs. Bill Bowers and

Following the business session, During the business session, children of Baxley, Ga., visited
refreshments were served by the the club voted to give five dol. here during the weekend with

hostess. The Easter theme was lars to the Red Cross Drive, and his mother, Mrs. A. A. Wells and

used In the table decorations. viewed a jewlery display. They family.
worked on the Cabbage Ball E

Junior Girl Scout Troop No. plans. The ball will be held I
Guests of Mr. and Mrs. A. A.
all at the Civic Center April 11.with :
Bunnell
958, enjoyed an -day Wells is her brother in law and
hike and cookout at Gore Lakeon Eddie Koch furnishing the mu
sister, Mr. and Mrs. N. A. Connerof
March 21st, as part of the sic.
Baxley, Georgia.
requirements for a Gypsy Badge. I Reservations may be made by

contacting Naomi Pellicer, Mar.
The following girls have now RALANA ROBIN CORDON
gle KInney, or Gertie Ramsey. '
earned Gypsy Badges: Kay Ferryman Mr. and Mrs. Randy Gordon r t"Paid

', Joy Lee, Lyn Knight, Pat announce the arrival of a daughter by Mil?lot Governor Campaign fund
Miss Revels is
Lynda employ.
Zimmerle Susan Higginbotham
Ralana Robin, born at the,
ed with a bank In Ormond
W i b 1 Karen
Jamesine m e r y,
I Flagler Hospital in St. Augus
Beach. She is the daughter of Elect
Pam Lee Carol.
Clegg, Quantz, tine March
25.
She weighed five
Baker, Mary Cook, Nancy Creal, 'I Mrs. Bob Revels of Bunnell. pounds 14 H ounces.

Lady Rodgers, Catherine Harris Mrs. She is the grand daughter of 'Walton' Johnston Jr.
and Becky Mercer. Roger Turner has return.
Gordon of Bunnell.
ed to her home after an extend. Roy I
Betty Louise Steflik, a new For
ed visit in Las Vagas with her MASSEY
member, accompanied the group KAREN 1
son, Charles Turner. She also
I but has not as for yet completed ]i iI visited in Salt Lake City, Utah, Mr. and Mrs Ralph Masseyare SHERIFF of FLAGLER COUNTYYour
the her
requirements badge.
and many points of interest in the parents of a seven pound
I The girls were accompanied that area. 14 ounce daughter born March
I by Mrs. Mary Alice Lee, Mrs. 25 at the Flagler Clinic and Hospital vote and support will be appreciated.

Myra Wadsworth and Mrs. Kath. Mr. and Mrs. Clyde Lewis ac. She has been given the Paid PoUtlc.I Adv,

ryn Perryman.Cecil companied by Mrs. David Lewis name of Karen Ann. I

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and young son, Raymond, visited
Creech of St. Augustine, during the past weekend In

a former resident of Bunnel, is Atlanta, Georgia, with their son-

a patient in the Veterans Hospital in-law and daughter, Mr. and
in Lake City. He 'has spent Mrs. Adair Park.

the past several weeks there for Mrs. Park, the former Judy

therapy and underwent surgery Lewis, recently took the Nation.
last.week.. He is in room 438j al is
Registered Nurses test and
Cecil is of Bunnell 1 14'r
a graduate official e
now an R. N. She completed
High School and Is the nephewof the nursing training at

Mrs. Geneva Rodgers.Mrs. Chalrity Hospital in New Orleans .

several months ago.
Bob Revels was called to

Valdosta, Georgia last Thursdayby MISS CAROL CRAIG
the serious illness of her
HONORED WITH A
mother, Mrs. Baxter Sutton. She BRIDAL SHOWER L __ e
was accompanied there Thurs. _
Mrs. Lee Blakely and Mrs. Vh
day by Mr. and Mrs. Marvin
Dean Holland entertained on .
Strickland.Her My i II
March 14th with a Bridal Show.
daughter, Lynda Revels,
er honoring Bride-elect Carol
motored up during the weekendto
Craig. Miss Craig's marriage to
accompany her home Sunday.
Billy Deen will be an event of

Mrs. Walter Knight returnedto I the summer.
The was given at the
party
her home here Sunday aftera
Holland Home Corner of Pine
,
visit of two weeks with her
street and Palm Avenue. Spring
son and daughter in law, CPO
blossoms in white were arrangedin
and Mrs. Robert French. Bobbyis 'r j
the rooms which were opened I zr
stationed in Japan and was ,
ensulte. The refreshment table,
on a short furlough with his
over laid with a hand made
family In San Diego, Calif.
,
white linen cloth, carried out Mo

the bridal motif with a centerpiece .
Mr. and Mrs. Harry Atkinsonwere
of a bride's
arrangement
visitors in Miami several
cake. This was flanked on either
days last week.PETERSON.
side by orange blossoms. D

Dainty finger food, sandwichesand

TEXACO sweets were served buffet

SERVICE style. Hot Coffee, Coffee punch,
and apple cider was served from
ROAD SERVICE
the buffet by Mrs. Zack Holland.
Light Mechanical Work Approximately fifty friends
437-3441 Bunnell
Phon called between ten and twelve.





ELECT Millions to and to I
come play. . some stay


LOUIS M. STEFLIK ,

Each )'eItf, 150,000 vUton to t.M ur.hJne w... Jndut/y rvlocaUnf In Hertti. A I....

i State Udd 10 stay for good. Why Partly eLl.Ui itnwturt tut bualnNM nd tftt Individ.

COUNTY COMMISSIONERDISTRICT fat UM same rwuoM that d/wr tkrn ...Mtourfcte wL filfflnd mtftpowff-.nd ptraiy of modembcirk :

in the nt j4. .. rl SuwMi. Winnth.Cuual . pow r,....,s tiputdhf to mart tlorTUok .
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mart convfocbf upannt for vUyinf. NnrbuifiMMa about it,lit and)" 11. VbiUw. florid

CAPABLE AND QUALIFIED aoppfaf 0p-ad pwrin.wWmr .- mUtqr IOH.1 Kfotia vacation-and won

TO SERVE FLAGLER COUNTYI you look. EuD aZI tnu |xwUtiM fccflST- And .ba,',von,Vd fa.to tovt 700!

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on an even keel. In the worst I Antarctica, the world's highest; S r--

Washingtons of the lot, storage cabinets haveto continent, averaj more than a

be kept locked to prevent mile above sea level. Its 'highest

"Tempos11 Will tilted doors from swinging open. I point is the 16,860-foot Vlnson

Extremes of heat and cold Massif, in the Ellsworth Moun Call On Us

Be Torn DownThe warp the thin walls and open tains 600 miles from the South

up cracks. The loose windows Pole, says the National Geo-
end is near tor Wuhlngton'

long-lived "temporary" federal require frequent caulking. Inadequate graphic Society. I
makes corridors
lighting
office buildings. But no one ------- ---
gloomy and dangerous.The NOTice OK INTWNTION' TO
in the Nation's Capital mourns
ItKUISTim FICTITIOUS NAME
best a happily dlspossed
their disappearance.The In compliance with house BH
barracks- worker could say for tempos No. 1175, Chapter 20951, Law ot When
bleak, gray, Florida Act of 1941 a* amended
"I like with win
was, a place
undersigned will with
like buildings not only are eye- the register
dows. Over here, you could al the Clerk of the Circuit Court In
sores; they occupy valuable and for Flagler County Florida
shrines. ways look out the window and upon receipt of proof of publicationof
parkland near national this notice the following flctltlou -
if it not
see was raining or
.
Most of the Jerry-built structures name.

sprawl almost three- NOTH'M OK INTKNTION TO BlnsTi Arteila TownClenda Park, North Motel ALA locatedat FlorIda -

fourths of a mile between the HKUI4TKII FICTITIOUS NAMH under which I will engage In
In compliance with Section 1(5.09 the builneii of operating a moteland You Need
Washington Monument and the of Florida Statute, the undersigned that the undersigned I is the
will register with the Cleric only person interested Inbuilne said
Lincoln Memorial, the National .of the Circuit Court In FlaglerI I **.
Geographic Society' says I County, Florida, upon receipt of Dated at Bunnell, Florida, this
I proof of publication of this notice Srd day of
Grandfather of all the temposis the following fictitious name, to- J March. DD.H1964 .
wit: "Flagler-Uy-The-B," under I MARCH 5-U-tt-26-Up
brick
a yellow building on
which the undersigned Is engaged "' '
the Mall, nearer the Capitol In the business of mobile homo IN TIIH r: ncl Tcoiii'iT. SUV
park sale and related ac- RNTII JUDICIAL CIHCUIT; : OF
Built in 1883, it first served as I rental"l ALA, FlaglerUeach K1.0HIIIA IN AND KOH KI.AH
Florida.h'l that the undersigned -I 1,1011 COUNTY: IN CIIANCKHY;
of Columbia
the District Armory. It the only person Interested NO. 4S3T GOODPrinting
I Since then it has been a Civil in said bUll In.... ELIZA LEE HARP,
Dated at Flagler Reach, Florida, Plaintiff
War hospital, a museum warehouse this 16th day of March, 1964. vs.

on aquarium, a motion- Vine O. HoiwellKlnsey EUGENE HARP,
Vincent A 1'yle Defendant
pictures' studio, an office building 42 South 1'enlnsula Drive NOTICH OK RIIIT
Dayton Peach Florida IN THU NAME or THE STATE
and, finally, a government Attornyee for Registrant OF! FLORIDA:
paint shop, Mar. 28 A April 2-9-U-4tcIJV TO: KUU1SNB HARP whole reilU .
111 Cumberland Street, Harrl
World War I Tempos TIII1 ClltCIIIT COIIHT OKKKAUIKit burg, Pennsylvania
OUNTY/ KLOHIDl You are hereby notified that a
Tempos of Warld War I vint IN CIIANCI3HY; NO. 448 suit hat this day been Instituted

age stand along Constitution MAX BLANKKN8TK1N against you In this cause by Ellsa
PlaintiffHENRIETTA Lee Harp: the nature of the suit
Avenue near the Lincoln Me. v. la a suit for divorce; you are here-
BLANKEN8TK1N required to answer or otherwiseplead
morial. Though obsolete, sagging i
Defendant In this cause on or before
and cracked, they remainIn NOTICH TO DKKKNU April IS, 1><4 and to serve a copy
THE HTATIfl OK FLORIDA, TO: I of your answer or pleadings upon
use. HENRIETTA DLANKENHTEINT9 : Fred R Urannon Jr., Uox 80S. New
Pearl Street i Smyrna Beach, Florida, Solicitor
In World War II President
Somervllle, New Jersey for Plaintiff Thli notice I shall I be
published once a week for four
Franklin D. Roosevelt ordered
You are hereby notified that a consecutive weeks In "The Flagler
new tempos erected to occomo- lilt hu been filed against you In Tribune."
the above entitled cause; and you WITNESS my hand and seal this
date an Influx of government are hereby required to file hr.o'UO answer 2nd day of March A. D 1964. OFFICE FORMS
with the Clerk of t, K. A. SMYTHB2
workers. Mindful of the durability .
: and to serve a copy thereof uponthe Clerk of the Circuit Court
V of so-called temporary plaintiff or plaintiff attorney, ly Julia R. Harvey, ,
whose name and address UrtAY :
Deputy Clerk
structures In Washington, he re 8IOLDIONSelden March I-U-n-U-Ho ENVELOPESINVOICES

told the builder "I liulldlng -
portedly :
Dayton Beach, Floridanot IN Til HI CIltCUIT COURT OK
want you to design these so later than April 26th, A. U. KI.Ani.KH COUNTY: KI.OHIUA
1964.If. IN CIIANCKHY; NO. 4N3S
a they will fall down after seven you tall to do 10, decree pro ANUELO OIALDELLA.

{years I don't want this war to confesso will be entered against I Plaintiff,
you for the relief demanded In the VI
(Imake Washington any uglier," bill of complaint The nature of I SUSIE!: M CHALDEIXA.
V Nevertheless the World War aid suit being for divorce. I Defendant, LETTER HEADS
II WITNESS: my hand and seal of NOTim TO DKKKNII

tempos seemed likely to rival aid. D. Court 1964.tOfllclal this 24th day of MarchA. Ti NUN M. OIILADLLILATO:

Egypt's pyramids in permanence Heal. ) K. A. SMYTHH II Meadow Drive
Clerk of laid circuit Court Waterford, Connecticut BUSINESS
i' because the Government liy Julia It Harvey You are hereby notified that a CARDSSTATEMENTS

continued to need their vast, I Deputy Clerk nit the above has been entitled filed"cause against and you In "
: you
March 26 ft April 2.1.11-4tc .
though creaky, floor space. are hereby required to
wer with. the Clerk rlihr.o'Uo't: :
One break In the I IN TIII'J C'llirillT; COMIT.OK
long gray .. and to serve a copy thereof upon
KI.AUM4H 4'01/NTV/ )
the plaintiff or plalntlffa attorney,
line when block of
came a IN CIIANCKItV; NO. 4NITHETTY whose name and address is:
tempos was demolished to make ANNE HYLER HAY 8KLDKNHelden
Plaintiff, Unlldlng I BILL HEADS
) room for the Smithsonian Insti I Daytona lieach, Floridanot
tution's Museum of OENE McKINIMY HYLER.. later than April 4th A. D. 1964.
new History U Pendant If you fall to-do '0'decree pro
and Technology. NOTICI4 TO DUKKNUTUB ;: confesso will be entered against"
I HTATW 1 OK KM Mil PA. TO: you for the relief demanded In the RULED FORMS
More Important, a1 boom in CJENW McKlNLMY HYLER, bill of complaint. The nature of
federal office whore place of residence andy said suit being for divorce.
building construction post otTlce address are unknown WITNESS my hand and seal of
in Washington has eased : are hereby notified that a aid Court this Ird day of March
null has been filed against you In A. D. 1904, TICKETS and TAGS
the ofllce jam. The Central Intelligence the above' entitled cause; and you M. A. SMYTHR
are hereby required to file your an Clerk of said Circuit Court
the State Department
Agency ewer with the Clerk of this* Court, (omcl' Seal
< the plaintiff or plaintiff'* attorney, Deputy Clerk
Agency, and the Atomic Energy whose name and adclres U: March 6-U-II-26-41o
Commission all former of JOHIOl'Il H1KHCHMAN CIRCULARSANNOUNCEMENTS
users 40TU Main Street iv TIIH cnirriT coritr OF
tt'mpos-havo new quarters Dayton leach, Floridanot KI.AUI.KIt COUNTY, KI.OHIDA .
IN ('II AN rt<:1t Y N/). 4H.".
Thus the General Services Ad. later than April nth A. I). 1964. MAUT JO MEEKER
If you fall to do no decree pro Plaintiff
( ministration, the Covernment confesco will, be entered: against
for the relief demanded In the MIhEKEII
you HAUL W.
housekeeper, recently was able bill of complaint. The nature of Defendant
to let contracts for demolition aid null being for divorce. ''I NOTICI1 TO IIKKKNI)
I \V1TNICHH my hand and seal of THK STATE OF KUHUDA, TO:
of the seven eyesores betweenthe aid Court this 14th day of March KAltU W. MKKKKU
Lincoln Memorial and the A, h. 1964.Olllcla I lilalnvllle Georgia
( Neal) M A. HMYTHE You are hereby notified that a
Washington Monument, as well Clerk of aid Circuit Court .. suit has been' filed against you In
lly Julia R. Harvey I I the above entitled
t ta: the 1836: tempo. A few scat I 2--r.-4to erk I are herety required cause; and you answer We Don't Do The Most
ktoorlihr.o't
'tered tempos remain outside the Mar. 3A April with. the ,
and to
serve a copy thereof upon
:Mall area, IN TIIKJ COUNTY JlWOK"i' COIIHT the plaintiff or plaintiff* attorney,
IN ANn KOH FI.AUI.KH TOI'M. whose
name and address I.:
Exposed to Elements TV rlUIUUIN IMIOIIATM.A II. T. COOKrtopil16not

No one has ever liked the IN( ".0 111 O. eb9 .. PRINTINGBut
WiB'tilViS A. D. 1H4.
tempos. They are leaky in wet StA aoLDiMa It you fall to do *o. decree proeonfesao

,, in winter and NOTITM"OK KNTHY OK OHIIKUOK will be entered against
weather drafty you for the relief\ demanded In the
Milling In Washington's torrid AIJMmvritATIONUNNKCKSAHY bill l of complaint. The nature of

summers Room air conditioners mends AH persons airalnit having the estate claims of or MARVIN da-- laid said?Cb uU rt being this I1tb for hand dy divorce andf sealrof We Do Some of the Best

are inadequate to cool them, II decedent the above- A It' 1111.tomctal .
And thousands of employeeshave named are hereby noUft..4that Seal) R. A. SMYTH
of administration unnecessary
order
an ('tuk ot said Circuit Court
to be let oft from work hai been entered by the Py Julia n. Jlaney
Honorable T. K. McKnlght. county
, when the heat becomes unbear judge; that the total cash value of March n.11 A April i-4toQerk.
able. aid estate la $415.00: that the I
names and addresses of those to _
The tempos cost twice as whom raid estate has been assigned

much to maintain as normal : Nonda by O&'UI"e: 110 aa l'al-follows JIbr; tflarjlrr ulrthunr11UNNELU

office buildings.' Erected hastily metto Avenue Flagler Ueach Mor-

they have settled In places and Ida March Nonda 8. 1IU.?. Ooldlng. \ FLORIDA Dial ID 7-32$2

must be Jacked up to keep them March $-13.11.141er ______
I __ I MRS. M. a FULLER. Editor

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:st. u..1...te4 O.elel Mleatleei. .

24 HourWrecker tee Peblle IVetleee .f FlaglerC

Service ....,. 3tnalrl..llilee tkereUee

... Stale .t Fiends


'( ; Flagler Truck & Tractor Co Entered ai second dace matter The

February .. 1111 at the poitofBce

MASSEY.FERGUSON at BunnelJ, Florida. under act of

Grove Farm Industrial Equipment March t, 1I7C. Flagler Tribune.AQR

Phone ID 7-3242
VIRGIL" DECKER One year .............., HIS

Owner Bunnell Florida I Six month -_tvtf

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Thursday, March 26, 1964 THE FLAGLER TRIBUNE, BUNNELL, FLORIDA
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Florida lives Up mums by the millions are ship- ----------- ---

ped north every winter. Recent

To Its Name estimates value the Sunshine
State's potted and cut flower industry .
Florida named for its flowers at more than $16 million
by Ponce de Leon, Is now living I annually. With carnations and
up to its name more than ever. roses now being grown on a field
Gladiolus and chrysanthe- scale, Florida's flower production
I promises to become an even
more important crop. FREE! PLASTIC DISH PAD '"i "
I CLASSIFIEDADS I Playing a vital role In this Industry ( hMo e ) Meat Purchase

is the Gulf Coast Experiment

j unit of Station the University at Bradenton of Flor-, a WILSON'S CERTIFIED (Half or Whole) 14.16 |b. Avg.

..... .... ida's Agricultural Experiment.
UatlBf tftU u* '
9 ".t. per w rd .aela UacrtUa, Stations. SMOKED HAMS lb. 119
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7B eeaUi ulBlBmm cfcarc* In order for Florida's flowersto .

WANTED-High school boy to maintain a good demand on R
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work few hours a week. Must the nation's markets and to' Wilson' "Certified" FRESH (4.7 lb. Avg.) I

have transportation. Call 439- draw top prices, the flowers

2061 after 7 p. m. 3-26-ltc must not only be beautiful but Baking HENS ,, 11b.
have good lasting quality. Dr. 39
WOMEN WANTED-18 to 30 for R. O. Magie, plant pathologistwith .
! counter and sales TENDER JUICYSirloin
work. Must the Gulf Coast Station, explains -
I have transportation. Apply in that one of the objectivesof .
persons after 4 p. m. Marineland research at the station is to Tip ROAST. ; Ib.
I Fruit Shop, Marineland.- Increase the keeping quality of t 69'
I March 26-2tc flowers.Dr. .

I DUE TO DIVORCE we have a Magie says that when the LEAN WESTERN ,

I repossessed l luxe swing Needle 64 model Dial-Superde-O-Matic, shipments weather Is of cool flowers and wet may, entire be Pork Loin ROAST lb.

makes' hundreds of fancy stitches, ruined by disease enroute to 49
makes automatic buttonholes, market. The disease is caused .

sews on buttons, monograms, by airborne mold spores which Streak O'LeanWHITE Pork
embroiders, darns, patches, etc. attack the blossoms. Since' the lb.
all without attachments, guaranteed disease frequently develops after BACON 29c NECK "".
BONES 10 $1
assume remaining 6 packing and shipping, the grow
payments of 750. Ph Credit er may not know that his flowers Armour StarSAUSAGE

Mgr March, DAYTONA 26.2tp CL 38106-- tomer are complains.The Gulf Infected Coast.until Station his cus has 3 R its; $1 RIB TIPS 8"". 'I00

FOR RENT-3 bedroom home I been testing various chemicals

completely furnished, clean, $60 I for the control of the disease. OUR VALUE (CREAM STYLE) HERSHEY'S
per month. 4373605. 3-26- Now researchers have found a
I water-soluble chemical which '
HELP WANTED-white woman CORN 3cn 10* SUGAR
I.retards the fungus growth. The
neat appearance for snack bar at I
chemical will allow to
growers
Stuckey's at Korona. 3-26-ltpl I
II I harvest and handle their flowers Murray's (Ass't.) Variety) 5 38C
FOR SALE-Hydraulic tall gate,'when wet, thereby Insuring a Bag
800 pound safe, ID 73664. fresher, higher quality flower to COOKIES cM 19C
March 26.2tp the consumer. ,. Limit 1 with $5.00 or more food order

Although the chemical is still
Acreage Listings Wanted. large .under test, all results to date
and small tracts. Cottingham have been favorable, leading Dr. 46OZ.
Realty, 441 S. Boulevard, DeLand. i Magle to believe that this maybe Hawaiian Punch 3DAIRY CANS $100
7343779. 3-19-4tp the answer to the grower's

WANTED-Cook and waitress. [problem of providing only the 1I SPECIALS
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Murdock's Grill, North AlA. best in cut flowers. BLUE PLATEMAYONNAISE
Phone 4392146. 3-12-tf Pillsbury "New" Layered 8 0,. Can

WANTED IRONING to do at my IAMERICANS ARE, BISCUITS Each 7e
home, reasonable. Pick up & de.
I
livery. Phone ID 73669. The U. S. Dept of Agriculture Quart Joe Grain's Grade "A" Small
38CLimit
10-24-4f reports that during" 1962 each of EGGS 3 Doz. $fOO
consumed 163 of beef,
SEPTIC TANK drain us pounds
cleaning; 1 with $5.00 or more food order
fields installed; snail shell. Reasonable veal, pork, lamb and mutton;
prices. Call George Ja- and 37 pounds of chicken and FROZEN FOODS -

roz ID 7.3410 8-1-tf turkey.We FRESH PRODUCE
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ate 193 pounds of fruit and Blue Bird Frozen 6 Oz. Can
FOR SALE or Rent-3 bedroom 230 pounds of vegetables. We For '
unfurnished home on Lehigh St., also used dairy products equalto FREE PONY RIDE WITH $2.00 OR ORANGE JUICE 4 100

Flagler Beach. Contact George I 640 pounds of whole milk. In MORE PRODUCE ORDER
Moody, Sr., HE 92137. TF addition, each of us used 23
Fresh Tender
pounds of cotton-equivalent to Ib.. Red and White (Pure Vegetable) :
CONSTIPATED?
To prove 1'IWN-nVAC conUlnlnrPrunes about 21 house dresses, or 30 POLE BEANS 2: 35C
Fits A Henna U world' dress shirts; as well as more SHORTENING I
Bmo-o-theet, beat and moat natural
laxative, hurry to than two pounds of wool for Fresh GreenONIONS
MOODT'S PHARMACY clothing or carpeting. Bunches
40 for tablet generous for FREE Tlo Over SAMPLE 1,000,000 or Thanks to the efficiency of 2 19C: 3 Tin 38e
old each 'ur. American agriculture more than Large StalkCELERY
www 90 per cent of our labor force For Limit 1 with $5.00 or more food order '
JOHNSTON'SFLAGLER has been freed from the farm- Z 29c ?
to produce all the consuvvt,
BEACH REALTY CO.
and services .
goods that maintain
LOTS WATER, HOMES FRONP, OCEAN, FARMS FRONT, our standard of living at ------WE WILL IE CLOSEI ALL IAY EASTER Sill lAY------
ACREAGE the highest level In the historyof

i See us lor your not estate needs man.
Office Phone HE 9-2243
, Residence Phones ID 73691 Slow down at sundown. Don't 50 FREEo FREE 50 FREEGIFT
or ID 7-3317: wait for a wreck to stop you-
permanently, maybe. GIFT BOND STAMPS GIFT BOND STAMPS BOND STAMPS

With purchase of With purchase of With of
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(1) l/4 lb. Pier (1) 4 0*. Can Red & / $5.00 or More Food
LIPTON'S TEA White BLACK PEPPER ) Order .

ANNOUNCINGI Coupon Void After Coupon Void After ) Coupon Void After

Saturday March 28, 1064 Saturday, March 28, 1964) Saturday, March 28, 1964
AM A CANDIDATE FOR REELECTIONTO

THE OFFICE OF

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County Judge of Flagler County


IF ELECTED I PLEDGE CONTINUED FAIR AND
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COURTEOUS ADMINISTRATION OF THE
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K. ( Buddy) MCKNIGHT OPEN SUNDAYS Phone 437-3227

PaW lineal oUY. 8:00 *jiu- 'ItOO p.m U.S.No.1 BUNNELL.

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PAGE TEN THE FLAGLER TRIBUNE, BUNNElL, FLORIDA Thursday, March 26, 1964
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must be pretty wonderful, too. States. -
Books Are DishBy
My Others we thank Mable
are
I.jfa &ea.ch ( Dorothy Homons) Frank who belongs to a Mystery i1 g' iiin i .i i #* || Vwp

Book Club and gives the mys 1
but
People are funny, some I 1 I Community
times they are wonderful. For teries to the library. Also Anita
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example, when readers contrib. I![Hirst for the books she has contributed Memorial Church

SCOUTS TO REREGISTER I EASTER SUNRISE SERVICE I II I' ute (unasked) money to the I I from time to time and .. ...-...*.. .MI...,
will be Easter Sunrise of the Wall
There an for copies Street
Scout Trop 495, Flagler Woman's Club Library AIR CONDITIONED
The Boy Service at the Community Journal with Its brilliant edi
sponsored 'toy the Flak; 1k'ach I I because a book they had taken I Duytona Are.
Church at 6 A.M. Easter morning torials.
Methodist Men's Club, elected out pleased them so. Or, they FLAGLER BEACH
29. This Is I
March a combined
their Junior Officer for the come and tell you how pleased
new service of this church and wonder.I Some 55,000 refugees from Sunday School 10.00 A.M.
this IIJhe they are, which is also I
coming as
year the First Baptist and MethodistChurches. ful. But Communist Cuba have been resettled Church Service 11:00: A.M.
morth re.reglstllntlon: of the Mrs. Vernon Raymondis .
tyr is Invited the of the Mi ,
with
Everyone help R. W. .
not only wonderful but re DICKERT. Pa U>r
I 'I Troop. and coffee and rolls will be markable.She ami Cuban Refugee Center, in I, EVERYONE WELCOME
Senior Patrol leacll'r.1>avid
served in Fellowship Hall following :cities throughout the United I II
I.J Johnson; Ini the Wolf Patrol, this service. had never used the library I, ____._.,__-.-----.... .---.....
: Patrol leader-Grady Prather and she kne wnobody on the

,; assistant patrol leader, Kenneth Sunday, March 22, Mr. and board but one day she called I NEW FASHIONS IN FIRE INSURANCEThe
f.t' Whitney. In the Panther patrol, up to say she had some books I
Mrs. Frank Brede attended the
'' patrol leader Eddie Dodlmead for us she had obtained from fire insurance policies we write still give the same
:. and assistant Wayne Owens. Golden Wedding anniversary of two libraries in Connecticut! I dependable protection. But today you can often enjoy ad

4{ Troop Scrlbe-Steve Lewis. Mr. and Mrs. George Boatrightof And fine books they were on I dltional coverage benefits Home Owner's Policy-at very
Green Cove Springs. Mr. and little extra COlt.Remember. .
Five of the six Junior Officers Mrs. Boatright are the inlawsof every count. And now she brings I

\} attended the annual Junior the Brede's nephew, Lt R. F. us some more from the same H. T. Cook Agency is ready to help you

i Leaders Training Course at Marshall, who is stationed with source. take advantage of these extra coverages. Telephone 437-3361
Camp Lanoche last Friday and the U. S. Army in Jacksonville. One of these books are three or stop in soon for full details.
Saturday. Eddie Dodimead was novels by Robert Nathan witha
passing his tests at the Bunnell Mr. and Mrs. Bill Chimpky preface by Stephen Vincent H. T. COOK AGENCY

.Hospital, while getting his ton. have as their guest for several Benet, also a master of fantasy. ? Phone 437.3361 Citizens Bank Building Bunnell Flo.

slls extractedThe weeks Mrs. Chlmpky's mother, Those libraries in Conneticutj I
weather added a perfect Mrs. A. W. McNelll. She Is the -- -
: touch to a perfect place. About mother: of Mrs. Chimpky and

s fifteen troops were represented.There at present is from Nashville,
was instruction in rope 'Tenn. but is moving to Dallas
making, fires) wood trades, na 'I soon

ture trails, Judging and, measur .
\ ing, tin can cookery, and many I EASTER SERVICES MARCH 29 Via'

other skills. FIRST BAPTIST CHURCH _

Institutional representatives I Rev. Atlee Stevens, pastor. j __:
Rev. E. Lester Stanton, and com-'', Sunday school 9:45: A.M. morn. TTe

mltteemen, Rev. Reynold Hoover, Ing worship 11 A. M., training \'41

I accompanied the boys over on 1 1I j t I I union 6:15: P. M., evening wore '64 Jet-smooth Chevrolet Impala Sport Coupe(119-In.wheelbase)
Friday evening. Rev Hoover returned hip 7:30: P.M.A .
I Friday night and Rev. special Easter Music Program .

Stanton was Joined Saturday will be presented tonightat
morning by Scoutmaster, Leon. the evening worship service. f
ard Johnson and committeeman, .
C B. Hull The men were among I COMMUNITY CHURCH

I" a dozen leaders who took a Rev. R. W. Dlckert:, pastor. Sun.
course of their own. The boys' day school 9:45: A. M. with
J of all ages, had a great time, classes for all ages. Morning .4'w ---p.
i and learned a lot: worship 11 A.M. Easter Sunday "
"
/ sermon topic: "Blessednesses for ; New Chevelle Malibu Sport Coupe (115-ln.wheelbase)
; JR. GIRL SCOUTS ON HIKE the believers based upon the

r The Jr. Girl Scouts of Troop resurrection of Christ
I/ 968 hiked to Wayside Park West
I of the Canal last Saturday. They METHODIST CHURCH
enjoyed roasting hot dogs and Rev Reynold N. Hoover, pas.
J toasting marshmallows for their tor. Church schoool 9:45: A. M.

.,' lunch. Mrs. Bob Whitney, Scout morning worship 11 A. M., Easter '
leader, and Mrs. Joe Seale accompanied Sunday sermon topic "I Walk'
t the girls. All of the With a King." Special Easter

girls are working on their gypsy music by the choir.
'64 Chevy n Nova Sport Coupe(110-ln. wheelbase)
.$1 badges. ,._w.,. ,
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IIf'' Mr, and Mrs. Frank Brede had I WANT TO p ; uNEWSPAPER '
AD\
!.' as their house guest last week A .,.. .
;\ their daughter, Mrs. William II. SAYING 'YOUNG. j ..., I"i".i

Kelly, from Orlando while her MAN WANTEP.. .,"'..'
? '
I l' husband, Dr. Kelly, attended !
t Heart Slminar in Atlanta, Ga.
r They also had Mr. and Mrs. ".),;: ;
Alfred Traver, Sr. from Water. \.l ;, ;
'64 Corvalr Monza dub Coupe (108-ln. wheelbase)
bury, Conn visit with them on .f '
Friday and Saturday.
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