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Title: Flagler Tribune
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Place of Publication: Bunnell, Fla.
Publication Date: April 2, 1964
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Spatial Coverage: United States -- Florida -- Flagler -- Bunnell
Coordinates: 29.4675 x -81.256944 ( Place of Publication )
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4-H CLUB PUBLIC SPEAKING CONTEST WINNERSPictured Mrs Buteux of Methodists PlanConference & '


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Mrs. Margaret A. Buteux of Rev. Joe Tolle, DeLand District 1'! '
y kb: 1u 1Ai l t'f uy u w Flagler Beach, widow of the late Superintendent of Method1st ,(r.'l: .\

ur liir Ernest J. Buteux, passed away Churches, will be guest :.;,4 J ,' JI
March 28 at the Bunnell General speaker at the morning vvorahlp : t, ;

Hospital, following a brief Ill. service at the First Methodist .:ti-; i ,
ness. They had resided thereabout Church of Bunnell. The pastor tf '
20 years She was 80 Rev Howard Porter, said a basket \ I I
years of age. dinner will be served on the
Mrs. Buteux was born in Lon i grounds following the worship
don, England and had residedIn service.
the United States for the After the dinner the Fourth
past 50 years. She was a member Quarterly Conference and a ,
of the O. E. S., Daughters of Church Conference will be held,
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the British Empire, Flagler Wom with Rev. Tolle presiding At ". I
an's Club Flagler'BeaehMeth this time annual reports will be
odlst Church and Woman's Order heard and nominations will be
.. e sr of the Elks made. The election of the Official .

She8umved. by a con, Board and Trustees for the
: Ernest C. Buteux; of Slldell La. new church year "will be held.
"*s. Also a brother in law and sister Rev. Porter laid all membersand
s r In law, Mr and Mrs. Wil friends of the Church are
liam Buteux of Flagler Beach urged to participate In all three
Funeral services were held at : function. I II
2:30: Tuesday from the Flagler I

Beach Methodist Church with Everett D. Balph I
above from left to right are L. E. Wadsworth, President of Flagler the pastor, Rev Reynold Hoover, ,
I' Farm Bureau, presenting the trophy to the first place winner In the 4.11 Public officiating. Interment followed Tourist DiesSuddenly
Speaking Contest, Betty Lynn Bourne; 2nd place winner, Anne Bourne; and 3rd In Hope Cemetery.
place winner Tommy Herr. The above three were winners in the Senior Division Active pallbearers were C. B.
and the following were honorable mention: Susan McMillan, Donnie Hull, Clarence Shultz, Lyman MondayEverett
Moore, Wesley Thomas.. Gage, Fred Marks, Ray Lehr, D Balph of Beaver '
Lyman L. Gage, on behalf of the Flagler County Cattlemen's Association, and Charles Martin. Honorary Falls, Pa., died suddenly Monday
presented the Junior Division trophy to Jack Baker, while Nancy Hargett and bearers were William Chlmpkyand noon, March 30, as he entered
Beth Matherly placed 2nd and 3rd respectively. Honorable mention In this division Vernon 1.Arrangements a local restaurant \

were Pat Zimmerle, Kathy Bourne, Jay Townsend, Sharon Pache. and were under Mr. Balph with his wife had 1
James Alan Brannam. rection of Craig Funeral dl'l spent a vacation In south Florida
The final contest was held at the Rotary Club luncheon Thursday, March of unnell.o. and were, enroute to their I
,,__.-4' '26th; Judges: were Mrs John_C -Rice;"Mr John A. Cleig. and Mr M.: :B.IOIF n ,r. .... ...* ;T.." r_-;-_.-- ---- home when they stopped Tor .....1
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National their lunch He suffered" heart I

VFW Presents VFW POST 5213 Cancer attack as he was entering the
PLAN RED SNAPPER Group on May 9 restaurant and was carried to 1

Basket TrophiesTo FISH FRY SATURDAYVeterans Plans MeetingFor At Junior CollegeThe where the Bunnell he was General pronounced Hospital dead

of Foreign Wars are upon arrival.
Bunnell Teams sponsoring a benefit Red Snap Drive Month National Teacher Examl. Their ton flew down to accompany

Veterans of Foreign Wars Post per Fish Fry at the Bunnell A planning meeting of the nation (NTE) will be admlnls* Mrs. Balph home and the
5213 trophies for the Bunnell Civic Center Saturday. Cancer Committee was held tered to area candidate May 91 body was returned to Beaver
I High School Basketball Teams I They will begin serving at five Monday evening at the Bunnell at Daytona Beach Junior College Fall for funeral and Interment
were presented Thursday evening o'clock in the afternoon, Post Community Center. I j i I Craig Funeral Home of Bunnell ,
r In a special meeting at the Commander Johnny Mercet said April is the Cancer Drive George Barton, college student was In charge of local arrange ;
t Civic Center. today. Month and the Committee set personnel director, said late yesterday menu
Norm Sloan, University of i April 20 as the date for the Crusade that April 15 Is the last!
f' Florida basketball coach, was Drive. day for area candidates to fill Brownies PreparedFor
guest speaker for the evening. Potato Field Day at i They also received a report on i the necessary application blanks. Easter ParadeThe
Scrita Bradley, coach for the the equipment purchased at .i This mean person planning to Bunnell Brownie Troop
girls basketball team presented Hastings April 16 Camp Blanding surplus storage, take either the common or op II had as guest speaker at their
letters to all members of the I by the Health Department, tlonal examination should secure Thursday meeting Dot Yelving-
; girls team. She also presented Dr. Dale R. Hensel has announced which was authorized to pur the necessary forms just as ton of Land 'n Sea Fashions who
j f the VFW trophy to Alllda Tuckeras II that the Potato Investigations chase the materials for the local soon as possible. talked on good grooming. She
the most valuable player for I Laboratory's 16th An. Cancer Committee. The necessary Application are used picture and illustration
the year. nual Field Day will be held on They purchased three hospital available to those topping at In her talk.Following. ':
Coach Cliff McGrlff presented I April 16 at Hastings beds and four mattresses along the office of student personnelin the talk, the group \
plaques to the basketball play. I The Florida Agricultural Ex. with some other materials. The Collins Hall on the DBJC made Easter Basket, using paint
I ers on the boys team. The VFW perlment Stations scIentist said beds are In need of painting campus, Barton said. 'buckets, pipe cleaners, picture ,
I tropy for the most valuable the and members of the committeeare and flower cutout The troop
player was presented to Butch m.program with reports will from begin members at 1:30p. asking for volunteers to It 1* estimated that more than leaders said "the Brownies were J"
Anderson. of the help with the painting project. 18 million people will visit the well prepared for Easter with
laboratory herbicide
Coach Bo Manuel presentedthe I I on Florida State Exhibit at the New their basket and a well groomed
for )
weed control on cabbage and J
VFW trophies to BeBe Moodyas York World's Fair. look.
I I potatoes, Insecticide programs
the most valuable Back; and soil and fertilizer problems.Research j Red Cross First Aid Course
Mike Hornsby as the most valu
For Scouting LeadersThe
results
I on the place.
able Lineman; Elbert Tucker as ment of fertilizer, use of mulches' I'j ,
the most improved player. Red Cross will give a first
and rotations in
potato produc-j, aid course for all Girl Scout I
tlon will also be discussed. 1
Leaders and Committee Womenof
Will Show PicturesTo "All Interested persons are Invited I Flagler County. The Instructlon .
to attend the field day,"I will be given at the Flag i
Senior CitizensProfessor I Dr. Hensel said pointing out !er Beach Recreation Center' 4"w
i that a tour of experimental plots with Mrs. Joseph N. Wlllock of +
Theodore II. Weber, will conclude the day. Ormond Beach In charge. I
Flagler Beach will show travel f .
I Potato Investigations Laboratory The periods of Instruction will .j'Ii
pictures taken during his European researchers participating In be from 7 to 10 o'clock P. M. on'' I I
trip, at the next meeting the program will be Dr. Hensel April 6. 8. 10, and 13, Kay Kauf '
of the Flagler Senior Citizens, Dr. E. N. McCubbtn and Dr. R. man aald today. Fes' I. r I I
Tuesday evening April 7, at the P
Workman.A B.I All leaders of Girl Scoutingin
Flagler Beach Recreation Cen
{ the county are urged to take j
ter. A 6 o'clock potluck supper species of frog In tropical the Instruction.St. ,
will precede the formal program. America has done away with I
The House Committee In the tadpole and hatches as fully I
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charge of arrangements for this developed baby frogs. Females Thomas Church
meeting' consists of Mr. and Mrs. lay a mere 40 eggs though other I: Services Announced I

Walter Meshey and Mr. and tropical frogs may produce 2S,- Service are held each Sunday 4
Mrs. S. E. LeBaron. All senior 000. Elimination of the tiny at St. Thomas Episcopal Church I I
citizens are Invited to attend aquatic tadpoles whose mortal at 11:13. Rev. James Taylor 1s &
and are asked to bring a cover' Ity rate 1* high ensure that a the priest In I
ed dish or dessert and table higher portion of the frogs reach The charge. Mr*. Phil Tucdo bottle-feeds a Shetland Pony Colt born on
1 I church Is located In the March 17 on Haw Creek Road The .
service.: Coffee will be furnished I maturity 100 block of Sooth Anderson St day after birth. picture wa made the second '1




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THE BOOK NOOK and bring to sure asII
Eskimos
of college going to Alaska to be- of these
f lJSPORTS GEE FOR BEAUREGARDBy gin his first real practice as a these ley.people religion. did.
1 Library Assistant,
doctor.Dr. To find out more about this.
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NOTES ( Byrd Hooper) new land and what the Eskimo'. Mary :Matthews,
Breck Garland wanted to leave Joseph P. Moody learns to J _
the Texas frontier and fight for I II give diagnosis over the radioto
David Hlgglnbotham's Single the Confederacy. Breck had many of his patients. lIe and thatI
Announce
Wins for Wadsworth 8 to 7 I planned to with the southern his wife Viola and daughter, This is to

Wadsworth scored three runs cause by taking beef to Con. I live mong the Eskimos and
FOR
learn their of live. They AM A CANDIDATE
ways
federate General Pierre Beauregard -
in the'first inning off Johnny I
Gelfer! when he ran into some In New Orleans. Dist. 3
Commissioner
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wlldness. Mike Kelley relieved Breck's father, Nane Garland, County
feller Kelly put out the fire. would consent to the cattle drive
wlidsworth scored four more with the provision that Breck's RENEW YOURDRIVER'S

runs to go ahead 70. I disagreeable Unce Ray accomp' I LICENSE g Flagler County ',,i
any the boys. DURING YOUR
*< Mike Bacon, Chip Johnston, SUBJECT TO DEMOCRATIC PRIMARY,
To find out now the drive end. BIRTH MONTH, i
Kirk Robertson, David Solomonare
"'all doing good stick work ed and events along the way MAY 5, 1964
-: read the book Beef For Beaure-
and driving in runs. Butch gard. It is very good. \ rrrrr rrw LET ME SERVE YOU AS YOUR COUNTY
Hornsby pitching good steady O. F. ALFORB
ball and with a lot of confidence. Library Assistant, Registered COMMISSIONER.T. .
Greg Robertsoivmaking two good Jack Wethertlngton. I
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field plays. Real Estate Broker SHELTON BROOKS

Butch was coasting Into the "I I BunnelL Florida % Paid Political AdrCRAIG.

fifth'with a 7.2 lead when Shelton "Arctic Doctof" Is the biogra .
pulled one of their Thursday -- -
Specials and erupted for five I ItEJ

runs to tie the score 77. Horns ELECT FUNERAL HOMEA.
by gave up three walks and
three hits in the fifth. Mike Bar. LOUIS M. STEFLIK
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H. CRAIG. Funeral Director
ber, Mike Kelly, Zane Ke11y,,Geo. I
Revels, Dudley Jmprota all had COUNTY COMMISSIONER JOHN CAPO. Associate
hits In the game. Wadsworth I '
being the home team.D. i DISTRICT NO. 1 AIR LADY OXYGEN
CONDITIONED: ,I I EQUIPPED.
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Solomon walked. Mike Bacon CAPABLE AND QUALIFIED CHAPEL ATTENDANT: 10" AMBULANCESPhone "i .

hit a single, Solomon goingto \ TO SERVE FLAGLER COUNTY
third. Bacon on the throw to
third went to second. David lllg- f WILL APPRECIATE YOUR SUPPORT ID 7-3532

glnbotham's infield single scored I. Paid Political Adv. 201 E. MOODY BLVD. BUNNELL FLORIDA
Solomon with the game winningrun.
This gave Wadsworth a 3.3
standing in the league and half For Florida vegetable
of their schedule played. growers. .
Thursday, all teams will be ,

on the last half of their sched 1 ., ... :
ule. The teams are so evenly

matched that the league could 5,1, _
wind up the season with a playoff r
to decide who will be the' _

Midget League Champ. Woe is
me if this should happen.
Kelly Pitches Two-Hitter
'Ties 't7p>Midget, Mike Kely pitched two-hit ball ZINC '
contains
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formulation .
and struck out 14 to defeat Bakers New marteb
7.5 Monday afternoon. This
put the league Into a deadlock
with the three teams tied with tt'
three wins and three losses. .tMANZATED.
Russell Werthcrington struck i
out six. Both boys set a midget
league record by striking out 20 I ? WAN6B

batters. John Gellcr, Dudley Inv .
'prota, Mike Kelly each had one for better disease control,..
hit. George Revels hit a base.
loaded double to put his team and other crops
ahead 4.0 in the third inning. : on potatoes
Geo. Wetherington had a single r
and brother'' Russell had a base-
loaded double in the fourth in. .
ning. Both teams played a good
game on a cool and windy day.

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Shelton Supermarket 3 3 500 ,
Wadsworth Lbr. Co. 3 3 500
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Bakers 510 3 3 500
George Revels Is leading the
league hitters with four. Greg
Robertson and Chip Johnston
both have five hits.
League top hitters are G.

Revels, G. Robertson, C. Johns-
''ton, D. Higglnbotham, J. Geller, Manzate D offers these advantages
R.. Wctherlngton, K. Robertson, :
M. Barber, W. Homsby, M. Bacon .
Ty Whitaker.
Shelton Supermarket and
Wadsworth Lbr. Co. will start a Controls many diseases on a variety Safe to use when applied at short
the second halt s
today. Hornsby ,
w intervals
of
will pitch for Wadsworth. John crops. according to directions.Von't .
Geller will start off for Shelton's

team. Carries crops safely through rainy I small\ clog spray nozzles..and

and humid infection periods. particles make better contact ,.;. ,
HASTINGS MATTRESS with disease organisms. '

& UPHOLSTRY 710.12 Lemon WORKS St. May be used with many of the Easy-to-use wettable powder ,:+'ItJI" ,

Palatka Florida commonly-used pesticides. mixes easily. 1.<:.:
Phone EA 5-9166 :
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CLASSIFIEDADS operate on FlerJdaVr Sly}V ?I_.. -. : I

Begins CampaignAt t) 1-Springs dates back to 1878, and ti&*. .-- :i.


Fort LauderdaleSpessard Mr. and Mrs. Raymond P.

Gaines of Farmington, Michiganwere -
Waage _... I
GIa bal6ag ale L. Holland Florida's recent of Mr. and
guests
S "au per wr* *aeh 1aHnt...
TB "au U 1aIaIa. alarsa. able, dedicated senior U S. Senator Mrs. Walter Crcal. They were MARY E. SMITH
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I launched his 1964 campaign enroute to Miami for a vaca. ,
for reelection with a plea
.: FOR SALE-Blue and white I for a people-to-people campaign tion and stopped over for a short FORSupervisor

formal, size 12, worn once. Phone "because I'm going to be busy visit with the Create. I k
439.2375 evenings. 4.2.3tp in Washington taking care of of RegistrationFOR
the things you elected me to
LADY to share home with widowIn do." Mr. and Mrs. Harry Devine of L

Flagler Beach. Call 4392315. He asked his state committeesto Yankton, S.D., were visiting with FLAGLER COUNTY
April 2-ltc campaign actively among Mr. and Mrs. W. E. Kudrna last -
new voters-young adults and week. Your Vote and Support Will Be Appreciated'

FOR SALE-very good milking recent arrivals In Floridaaswell Also a recent visitor with the raid Political Adv.

goat, Deen Road, Box 7, Frank as the older voters. Kudrnas was her sister, Mrs. -

Mandziara. 4.2-ltp "Ask their support as good Kenneth Biddle of Keystone a aa
Americans searching for good Heights.
FOR SALE-"56" Nash, 4 door government Senator Holland
sedan In good condition, with asked his supporters at a cam-
breakfast in Fort Lauderdale
radio and heater, standard shift, palgn March 21. Mr. and Mrs. John Sutherlandand

red and black in color, $200.00 children of Vero Beach visited .
or best offer. First left off Con. "The young adults and the here during the weekend
arrivals entitled to voteas
neticut Ave., Hlllcrest Section, new they should are, for that is the with Mrs. Neva Eisenbach and
on Bryant SL, Pauline (Andy) only way to democracy. But I Mr. and Mrs. C B. Eisenbach.Mr. .
Anderson. 42.3tc they should be told of Florida's
progress from a poorlydeveloped
WANTED CARRIER for Florida frontier economy to today's and Mrs. F. J. Chambersand 1 1tar.

Times Union paper route in Bun. progressive position in the Space their house guest, Mrs. liar ..

nell. Contact R. J. Rumlll, Flag. Age, agriculture, cattle raising., ry Peffer of Chattanooga, Tcnn.,
water and resources conservation
ler Beach, Call 4392442. 4.2.3tp aviation education. high I spent several days last week in
ways, recreation facilities and I West Palm Beach with their son fold by K. ly tar Wvwn.r Campaign fundANNOUNCING

FOR SALE-1960 Dodge Dart, 4 every other phase of Florida's and daughter In law, Mr. and ... . ,
door sedan, radio, heater, backup development Mrs. Fred Chambers. Mrs. Phef. p -

lights, white walls, like new, "These advances did not Just fer and Mrs. Chambers are twin
$900.00; 6 mahogany dining happen. They were brought about sisters.
room chairs, 2 with arms, leather by hard work and plan
covered seats, $90.00. Phone ning. Nor did the Tidelands Act Tom
which the States control Mr. and Direr Holden visited
4392051. 4.2-ltc gave I AM A CANDIDATE FOR REELECTIONTO
over fishing, pier-building and Sunday with Rev. and Mrs.

FOR SALE-2-bedroom house water approaches as well as 1 M. Samford In Daytona Beach. THE OFFICE OF
mineral rights below, come by
The occasion the observanceof
and furnishings located on 2 accident. The elimination of the was
lots at SE corner Lambert and poll tax In state and national Rev. Samford's 92nd birthday County Judge of Flagler
Court, 599500. For information elections was & hard fight which anniversary. Rev. Samford wasa CountyIF
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call Mrs. L. L. Harris, lasted for many years. former pastor of the Bunnell

4373474. 4.2.4tp Holland led the Tidelands Methodist Church. His son and ELECTED I PLEDGE CONTINUED FAIR AND I
fight, and after helping to abolish wife Betty of Washington, D.C.
WOMEN WANTED 18 to 30 for the poll tax in Florida he and another son, Clem, from COURTEOUS ADMINISTRATION OF THE

counter and sales work. Must Introduced the Holland Amendment Williamsburg, Va., also spent DUTIES OF THE OFFICE.
to the U.S. Constitution
have 'transportation. Apply In which in 1964 eliminated it as the weekend with the Samfords. >

persons after 4 p. m. Marlneland a prerequisite to voting in national -
Fruit Shop, Marlneland. elections. He is a member (Continued on page 7) T.K.t( Buddy ) McKNIGHT ; a
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March 26.2tc of the- Dowerful Senate f
Standing Committees on Agriculture .I I: raid Political Adv.
DUE TO DIVORCE. we have a.. and Forestry, Appropriations tabllshment of mediation boards J
repossessed 64 model Superde. I and Aeronautical and to advise on ways and meansof .
Space Sciences. finding answers to problems
luxe Needle Dlal-O-Matic
swing ,
of racial commotion and con.
makes hundreds of fancy stitches, Senator Holland Is designateda fusion.

makes automatic buttonholes, "moderate conservative" by The FECP portion, however,

sews on buttons, monograms, one his Senate of the finest colleagues.voting He recordsIn has would Into a convert police state the ,United he declared.States Vote To Re-Elect

embroiders, darns, patches, etc. the Senate, and consistently' He also objects strongly to giv.
all without attachments, guar. refuses to alter his legislative I ing the U.S. Attorney General
anteed, assume remaining 6 stand for political expediency. unrestricted power to use the

payments of $7.50. Ph Credit lie told his Fort Lauderdale i i injunctive process and criminal C. H. Cowart
'I' "without
contempt procedures
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DAYTONA CL 38106.
Mgr, audience there are some portionsof I trial by Jury and not subject to ,
March 26.2tp the Civil Rights Bill whichhe review by any court In any kind
--- could support wholeheardted.I I I of proceedings."
I FOR RENT....\3 bedroom home ly If they were separate bills. .i Holland declared: "I contend
I Commissioner District :'
But he will filibuster and vote I County 3
completely furnished, clean, $60 'that no attorney general, now ,
per month. 4373605. 3-26- against the bill because other)or ever, should have the power
I portions are "destructive of our proposed in the Civil Bill
Rights
FOR SALE-Hydraulic tail gate, basic concepts of freedom. now before the Senate. As a member of the Board I shall con
In addition to his own cam
800 safe The filibuster
pound ID 73664. got
March 26-2tp off the ground, he declare because palgn Holland declared himselfIn
"the anti filibusters have favor of Florida's support for
Acreage Listings Wanted large taken up so much of our time." President elections.Johnson In the November tinue to discharge the duties of the
He pointed to a number of three
and small tracts. Cottingham "President Johnson has a tine
and four hour speeches by the
Realty, 441 S. Boulevard, DeLand. "anti-filibusters. I record as leader of the Senate office in a fair honest and impartial
7343779. 319.4tp and as vice president, and de. ,
Portions of the Civil Rights serves great credit for the
WANTED-Cook and waitress.Murdoch's Bill which he could support In. smooth transition to the presidency .
I clude technical assistance to In a time of great nation.al manner, for all Flagler County.raid .
Grill, North A1A.
schools where desegregation tragedy. It Is Important to
Phone 4392146. 3-12-tf problems are being resolved, vocational the nation to know that It can
and on.the.job training safely turn to him for leader Political AdrThursday ,
WANTED IRONING to do at my "because education gets to the ship in the years to come," said
home, reasonable. Pick up & de. root of the problem" and the es I Senator Holland.

livery. Phone ID 73669. I
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Vote For and Elect
SEPTIC TANK cleaning; drain j

fields installed prices.; Call snail George shell. Reasonable Ja. COY G. HARRIS .i6tex' Nou. 4cc' tU/! dcrto'L..

roz, ID 7-3410 8-1-tf I
Supt. of Public Instruction
FOR SALE or Rent-3 bedroom

unfurnished home on Lehigh St. FLAGLER COUNTYA

Flagler Beach. Contact George
SCHOOL MAN FOR A SCHOOL JOB
Moody, Sr., HE 92137. TF

CONSTIPATED? Your rote and consideration will be appreciated 11r
To prov PHUN-EVAO contalolnr
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laxatlr. burry to -
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for a-n.roua FREE SAMPLE! or I
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old each y.ar, II I PARK-IN CLEANERS I II

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BEACH REALTY Ca I I

LOTS, HOMES. OCEAN FRONT, PROTECT YOUR GARMENTS
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ALL GARMENTS INSURED
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I EARL BRITT BLACK j Mr. and 'Mrs. Bob Coox and ,! Mr. Mid Mr*. Gerald Ho ton!
Mr. and Mrs. Earl Black of Bun. j family were In Cleorwater for a It children, Gerald, Kathy, Pa.t .
I II nell announce the arrival of a I the Kaafcw weekend wtftfe their : and Robin, of Orlando,
II seven pound 14 ounce son, bom son in law and daughter, Mr. vIsId her Thursday
at the Flagler Hospital in St I and Mrs. Harry Glgntfc and Satwiit? wtth his Ntrl ,
LOCALS I Augustine on :March 30. He has family. NaoMI Hosford and otb
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I been given the name of Earl ben of his family .

Britt I Guests of Mr. and Mrs. Duane \
Deen had as their guests last CARD OF THANKS
Lynn Alice Farnsworth Mrs. M. A. \Vetherlngton and week her brother and slater in I would like to take this method ;
.-.' three children arrived recently, law, Mr. and Mrs. Richard Lewis, of expressing by heartfelt' '
f\; ,. -w from Willow, Alaska, to spend apd children of Starkville, Miss. thanks and appreciation to mj \
I,:.., "\' ,, some time here with her mother, I Also their daughter, Elaine Deen, friends and neighbors for thelj ;
f Mrs. Gladys Deen. She said they who is a student at Florida State many kindnesses during the ill*'
; :' plan to return to Florida to lo University in Tallahassee.Mrs. : ness and passing of my husband. '
cate. Mr. Wetherington is In For the many deeds of kindness ."
{ Alaska to dispose of their property i Carolyn King visited in and for the beautiful flowers \

r y1'r t before returning to Florida ,I Orlando Sunday and Monday sent, we are'tloeply grateful
'''; to locate. with her brother, Gerald Hos- Mrs. Mary Vandllng
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Flagler Beach was her son, John
Thlrjung, of Detroit, Michigan.
Dear Friends

Mrs. Mary Vandling of Flag.
ler Beach and Mrs. Anna Jarosz
, T 9p left Thursday to spend the East. I
er weekend with relatives. Mrs. I I want to thank all of you adults

\\1 Vandllng visited with her brother .
and all the people for
in Pompano and Mrs. Jarosz young
visited in Miami with her son
fine in helpingus
and daughter in law. your cooperation

:S4k to crime in
Guests of Mr. and Mrs. Andy keep our Countyat

Yelvington several days last minimum and ask to
week were Hal Royster and Joseph a you
Favir of New York City.
continue to for
They also visited in Lakeland support me

'during the weekend with Mr. Sheriff in the
Royster's parents. May Primary.
Mr. and Mrs. Stanley Farnsworth of Beverly Beach announce I r
of their daughter, Alice, to Thomas A.
the engagement Lynn
Guests of Mrs. Nazhala Trad
Karcher, son of Mr and Mrs. George C. Karcher of Brooklyn, N. Y. during the past weekend were Homer Brooks "
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is of Bunnell High School and ,
Miss Farnsworth a graduate
her son in law and daughter,
School of Cosmotology, Mary Karl Division of the Daytona Beach Mr and Mrs. Jack MulhollAndand Sheriff
Junior College. She is with the Givens Beauty Salon at Flagler sons of Miami and her

Beach. daughter, Kay Trad, of Daytona I'ald Political Adv.PROCLAMATION
Mr. Karcher Is a graduate of St. Johns Prep School in Brooklynand Beach.
is stationed at Sanford Naval Air Station with the U.S. Navy. y
The wedding is planned for next year. r "]

Continued from Page 3) TINA MARIE CIDDENS

MRS. ROSA DURRANCE I I I Mr. and Mrs. Robert Glddens
are the parents of a seven pound
HONORED ON HER 81st
I 14 ounce daughter, born March .
BIRTHDAY ANNIVERSARY
13 at the local hospital. She was :'''' ., .\ :'
Mrs. Rosa Durrance celebrated
her 81st birthday anniversaryEaster \ I I given the name of Tina Marie . : ., " .. .' t'.} ', .
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Sunday at the home of I Y '"It, 't, '!" .
her daughter, Mrs. Pearl Woods. General D. Woods also cele State of Florida ,.
Six of her nine children were brated his birthday anniversary '
present for the happy occasion. on Easter Sunday at the family '" Executive Department ':) ;
They were Everette Durrance, gathering at his home. His :" 'I..; y, .,; ,., ,.' t
Mrs. Bessie Brooks, Guy Dur birthday is April 17 but the eel- J ,44 S Tallahassee !, :" (.. .. '
ranee, Hiram Durrance and Mrs. ebratlon was held on Sunday. .. ,,.
Phynls Dawson, and Mrs. Woods. Ills birthday cake, representing .. r,
Also present were eight grand 64 years, was baked by his wife, .. f *.
children, six great.grand children Mrs. Pearl Woods. WHEREAS, the State Association of County Commissioners of
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three sons in law, three Florida has set aside the period of April 6.10, 1901, for observance
daughters in law. Also one I Billy Spicer of Miami was the of County Government Week, and '
grandson by marriage.The guest of Johnny Metts here during
dinner was served on the weekend. He is
the Easter WHEREAS it is fitting ''to call public attention to achievements
lawn. Mrs. Durrance cut the the son of Rev. and Mrs. W. L. thq
beautiful decorated birthday Spicer, Jr., who is a former pastor of county government administered by the various Hoards 6f
cake and it was served by the of the Bunnell Mthodlst County Commissioners, and
hostess. Church. r
During the afternoon an East.
er egg hunt was enjoyed by the I WHEREAS, County Governments are cooperating partners, with .
children. Mr. and Mrs. Sammy May I State and Municipal Governments in administering public affair!? *,

,and children, Jeff and Sheryl, of ,
Mr. and Mrs. J. C. Rodgers Rochester, N. Y., are enjoying a NOW, THEREFORE, I Farris Bryant, by virtue of the authority
spent the Easter weekend in two weeks Easter vacation lie at vested in me as Governor of the State of Florida, do hereby proclaim
I Beach and Bunnell.
Jacksonville with Mr. and Mrs. Flagler ,
Herbert Rodgers. is a former resident of Bunnell. April 6. 10, 1961, asCounty
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I Government Week ,

To The Citizens of Flagler County: I ,
I in Florida, and do encourage the several counties to develop their I II

I own observance of this occasion, built around a public Invitation to '

Please let me express my sincere appreciation for I the citizenry to visit their local county courthouse, to obJlervo tho "I x 1

the privilege of serving as your Clerk for another duties, services and functions of its several departments as part", of, "

full term. You may rest assured that every effort state-wide program of "Open Court House"( In the 67 countiesof Y ", II IIa

will be made to conduct this office in a manner Florida.

that will meet with your full approval. IN WITNESS WHEREOF, r

1 have hereunto set my.hand ,, :

I also take this opportunity to extend to you our ",' and caused the Great Seal, of :?t I
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invitation to visit your Clerk's office during SEAL \: ; the State of Florida to be nf. .!':
"COUNTY GOVERNMENT WEEK." We shall be I' ,S ;. fixed at Tallahassee, the Capl 'I

glad indeed to show you what we are doing and rC tal, this 10th day of Mardi, ." .. I
what we hope to accomplish in improvements dur- L.;' S. A D 136 $. ;1< : '
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ATTEST: I S / S I.l ,431 Farris BryantGOVERNOR :
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Sincerely, ,I
/STom Adam 1

E. A. Smythe, SECRETARY OF STATE


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T ed Easter Egg hunts last Thurs "Crowned or Crudfied," solo by morrow. They will be enroute

day, according to W. E. Fennell, } Mitt Margie Sehate; "Near the to their home in Ohio after wintering .
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I gfer---faeacti Jr., principal. Old Olive Tree," duet by Mrs. in Pompano Beach.

: The first grade had their hunt I Robert Rumill and Mrs. Bob

at the home of Mrs. Hugh Arnold Schatz; (Continued on page 10)

fore school began. and prizes were won by "I Know That My Redeemer

""SNOW JOKE" PLAYED ON The delighted kids greetedlate Steve Arnold and Dale Combs. Liveth," quartet by Howard NOTICE OF INTRNTION TO

FBE STUDENTS ON APRIL bad their Lerch Ed Schatz Rev. Atlee RBGlSTtJR FICTITIOUS NAME
arrivals (and bystanders) The second grade ,
In compliance with Section ....
FOOLS' DAYIJtidents I .09I
with unexpected snow balls. hunt at the Hlllcrest Park and Stevens and Paul Kelly; and II I I! of Florida Statute., the undersigned

of the Flagler Beach When the bell rang the slightly prizes were won by Mike Abbott, "Nailed to the Cross," by choir I: of the will Circuit register Court with In the Flagler Clerk

Elementary School were the targets snowballed students came In Dale Johnson and Jackie Robin with part duet by Mrs. Judson County Florida, upon receipt of

: of an "April Fool's Day" side with big smiles and happy Stryker, Jr. and Miss Marie I the proof following of publication fictitious of this name notice., to-

?'joke/ yesterday.Mr. : memories of a rare occasion. son.The third, fourth, fifth and Fleurie. wIt which: "Flagler-By-The-Sea.the undersigned Is "engaged under

Bryce Sheeler arrived at sixth grades had their hunt on Other members of the choir In the business of mobile home

'school 'early with a truck load( the school grounds and first were: Miss Betty Dunson, Miss park rentalail sales h and A1A related, Flagler ac-

'ofsnbw from Virginia and recetved STUDENTS HAVE EASTER prize was won by Billy Eumill Joyce Dunson, Miss Barbara Beach, Florida, and that the undersigned
? la the only person Interested -
::: permission from W. E. EGG HUNT THURSDAYAll and second prize was won by Weaver, Mrs. Henry Shill, Mr. In said business.

'iFennell, Jr., principal, to let the I grades of the Flagler Ann Meekins. and Mrs. Jesse Newberry, Miss this Dated 16th at day Flagler of March Beach 1961.Vlney Florida. ,

students play in the snow be. Beach Elementary School enjoy. FISH FRY Nancy Fleurie John Baggett, Jr. I O. Boswell
Vincent &
I I Mr. and Mrs. Leonard Moody and Danny Frailey. I 42 Klnsey South Peninsula Pyle Drive
Daytona Beach Florida
entertained with a fish fry Saturday Attornyes for Registrant
; ,i' ElectI I night. Guests included: Guests of Rev. and Mrs. E Mar. 26 & April %.'-16--Uc

I Laura and Walter Morris, Lester Stanton last week included IN TUB CIRCUIT COURT OF

: 'Walton' Johnston Jr. Sambo and Bette McDaniel, Mildred Mrs. Stanon's brother and FLAULKIt IN CHANCERY COUNTY NO., FLORIDA 4845
E.
1 and Mrs. W. I. I
I and Tony Kahlert, Virginia sister in law, Mr. MAX BLANKENSTEINPlaintiff
and Mrs.
all Smalley from Maitland
For King and Myrna Knight, '
from Bunnell; Bertha Rayburn and Mrs. Flo- ,, HENRIETTA BLANKENSTEIN Defendant

Capt. Hal Heber from Lake rine Judd from Leesburg. Also NOTICE TO DEFEND
SHERIFF of FLAGLER COUNTY Mr. and Mrs. Matt Smalley from THE STATE OF ) and
City; JIenry and June Gabel I HENRIETTA BLANKENSTEIN

J son Doug from Nonistown, Pa.; Canton, Ohio, are expected to- Somervllle 79 Pearl ,Street New Jersey

Your vote and support will be appreciated. Mrs. Emma Kulp, Flagler Beach; IN TUB COUNTY JUDOE' COURT, You are hereby notified that a

Gigl Butts, Francis Walton, Joyce IN AND FOII KI.AU1-KH CO UNTV suit has been entitled filed against and you In
the above cause; you
y\'at. politic Adv. and John Stallord and Buzz and REESTATB, FLOHIUA. IN OF PRORATE are hereby required to rlhrttO answer
IN
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- -- __ Craig Gehlert from Ormond; GEORGE CLYDE BROOKS. and to serve a copy thereof upon

Mary Crews from Fort Pierce, Deceased.NOTICE TO CEItniTORS the whose plaintiff name or and plaintiff address Is attorney:

; and Roselle and E. P. Britt from havIngclalml To all creditors demands and all persons against RAY SELDEN
or Selden Building!
24' Hour'R- Fort Lauderdale. aid estate: Daytona Beach, Floridanot
You. and each of you, are herebynotified
Wrecker Service and required to presentany later than April 25th, X D.

;,, BAPTIST CHURCHAn you, or claims and of demands may which haveagainst 1964.If you fall to do so, decree pro
the erel d'o'f GEORGE confesso will be entered against
Inspiring Easter music pro. CLYDE BROOKS, deceased late of you for the relief demanded In the
Truck & Tractor Co gram was presented last Sunday Fulton County, Georgia, to the bill of complaint. The nature of
b Flagler lion T. K. McKnlght. County Judgeof aid suit being for divorce.
evening under the direction of : Flagler County, at his office In WITNESS my hand and seal of
I the County Courthouse In Bunnell, aid Court this 24th day of"March
MASSEY-FERGUSON Judson Stryker, Jr., choir direc Flagler County, Florida, within A. D. 1964. >*.

Grove Farm Industrial Equipment tor. Scripture readings' were by six months from the date of the (Official Clerk Seal) of E.said X Circuit SMYTHE Court
first hereof. All claims
Mr. John Baggett, Sr. and pi and demands publication not presented within By Julia R. Harvey
VIRGIL DECKER Phone ID 7-3242 anist was Miss Faye Bass. the time and In the manner pre I Deputy Clerk ,
March 26 & April 1-.lS-He
scribed herein shall be barred as ;
Owner Bunnell, Florida I Specials were: "In Gethsem- provided by law.
Dated March 25. A D. 19... IN TUB CIRCUIT COURT OF
1 1 anesolo by Mr. Stryker; Edna Louise BrooksAs 'LAUL.n COUNTY, FLORIDAIN
,(, Executrix of the Last Will CHANCERY NO. 4817
';\ J" I \. and Testament of GEORGE BETTY ANNE HYLERPlaintiff
CLYDE BROOKS Deceased. ,
r. April J.t-16.U-Hc va.
S.\ GENE McKINLEY. HYLER \
: cave : IN TUB CIRCUIT COI'HT OF Defendant
r you up KLAfH'BH COUNTY, FLORIDAIN NOTICE TO 1)1 FEND
\ rilANCF.HY NO. 4H4 THE STATE OF FLORIDA, TO:
LESLIE O. JEFFRIES GENE MCKINLEY HYLER
I to" better Plaintiff whose place of residence and
VI. post office address are unknown
CLAIRE B. JEFFRIES You are hereby notified that a
Defendant suit has been Sled against you In
'- NOTICE TO I1KKKNU the above entitled cause; and you
-living . THE STATE OF' FLORIDA, TO: are hereby required to rlihr.o'gO answer
r r CLAIRE n. JEFFRIES with the Clerk t.
whose place of residence and and to serve a copy thereof upon
post office address are unknown the plaintiff or plaintiff's attorney,
L. !L You are hereby notified that a whose name ana address I*:
..... suit has been filed against you In JOSEPH HIRSCHMAN
the above entitled cause; and you 407 H Main Street
are hereby required ktoorlhr.o'go answer i. Daytona !Beach Floridanot
': with the later than April 25th A. D. 1964.
and to serve a copy thereof upon
fall to do decree
If you so pro
the plaintiff plaintiff attorney.who.e
or
confesso will be entered against
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name an daddress Is: you for the relief demanded in the
SAMUEL V. HOLCII
bill of complaint. The nature of
110 N. Srd Street
suit for divorce.
said being
Palatka. Florida
not later than May 2nd, A. D. 1964. WITNESS my hand and seal of
said Court this 24th day of MarchA.
If fall to do decree
you so proconfpiso .
6 D. 1964.Official
will be entered against
Seal E. A. SMYTHE
( )
you for the relief demanded In the
-1 bill Clerk of said Circuit Court
of complaint. The nature of
Julia R. Harvey
said suit being for divorce. By
Clerk
WITNESS my hand and seal of Deputy
said Court this SOth day of MarchA. Mar. 26 &; April 28.164tcIN
r D. 1964.OtficltlC.
TUB CIRCUIT COURT OFFLAGLER
( ) E. A. Circuit E COUNTY. FLOHIDA
of said Court
IN CIIANrr.KY NO 4830/
By Julia It. HarveyDeputy
Clerk MARY JO MEEKERPlaintiff
April J.t.tI.U-Uc
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FOR FI.KH.KH COUNTY. NOTICE TO DEFEND
PMUIIUA. F.qt'ITNO.. INS? THE STATE OF FLORIDA. TO:
A. LOUISE EARL W. MEEKER
McCAHAN.Plaintiff.. Blalrsvllle. Georgia
VII. You are hereby notified that a
ALBERT L. suit has been filed against you In
J.lcCAIIAN.nefendant.. the above entitled cause) and you
NOTICE TO AIM'KAR ANA ) are hereby required to flle your answer -
\ \VKH with the Clerk of this Court.and .
IN THE NAME OF. THE STATE to serve a copy thereof uponthe
r OF FLORIDA plaintiff or plaintiff* attorney,
TO: ALBERT I* MCCAIIAN.sF. whose name anaddress Is;
srseaaa. POST OFFICE POX 707 It T. COOK
'4 DAVIS STATION Bunnell. Florida
WASHINGTON. D C. 20020 not later than April 18th. A. D. 1114.
+611 + You are hereby notified that a If you fall to do so, decree pro
if' suit has been brought against you confesso will be entered against
In the Circuit Court of Flagler you for the relief demanded the
A.LOUIE bill of complaint The nature of
: JoiiiAI;\ ;;, 4'tyoY. said suit being for divorce.
hereby required to tile personally WITNESS my hand and seal of
or by Attorney with the Clerk of laId' Court this nth day of March*
aid Court written defenses. A. n. 1114.
with tameless electricRANGENandNWATER If any to the your Bill In Equity insaid (Official Seal) E. X SMYTHE
f Clerk of said CIrcuIt
a suit on or before the 2nd day Court
of May A. D. 1964. and also to By Julia JL Harvey.
serve a copy of your written defenses Deputy Clerk.
HEATER upon Messrs. Osslnsky ft March 11-21 April 2.14tcalar
S Krol. Attorneys for Plaintiff, at
their office address at 411 Main,

A fliroeleai electric range eliminate pot. And with a tuper-fut, super-safe electric Street or before Daytona the 2nd Reach day Florida of May.A. on. 1Iilaoltr artbunr

watching and make cooking joy, nota water heater you're always sure of D. "... a* required by the FlorIda I

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cooler. Will*, ceilings and fUmithIng free,fume-free and noiaeleM for precious&Clormir' Pro Confesso and Final Deere. will
cleaner longer. It's,easier and Needs no flue,so it can be be entered against you by default I
stay That the name of the Court In
1 safer, too..no!flame*, no fume,BO con safely tuckay anywher Entirely which said suit has been InstitutedIs MRS. M. n. FULLER Editor

stant-burning pilot light. Get an electric automaticbeat of all, it costi less the Circuit Court Seventh Judicial I
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p , AGE THE FLAGLER TRIBUNE, BUNNElL, FLORIDA Thursday, April 2, 1964Cont
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COMMUNITY CHURCH 1 ser Stanton gave the boys tipson l Ing ceremony are progressing I
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: There will be a chicken dinner outdoor cooking. Soon a nicely and the club wishes a- ,.11
t y ier each in Fellowship Hall tonightat hearty meal was ready. gain to state everyone in the Community
6 o'clock.. Sunday school Isat Rev. Stanton instructed the i county is welcome to attend it
( ued From Page 8) 9:45 A. M. with classes for boys In woodlore and other on Sunday, April 12th at 3 0' Memorial Church

all ages. Morning worship is at phases of outdoor life. Each clock. Refreshments will served I.te..-..............
TIREMATOMORF' 'S DANCE 11 o'clock with Rev. R. W. Dick. Scout was taught to clean up all i following the ceremony. AIR CONDITIONED
bW
t' .' NIGHT ert, pastor. cooking utensils and to keep the
I fl> !,,11. The VC unteer fire department camp site in order. I Dayton AT*.
will ha' > its annual dance at While these campouts are a PETERSON TEXACO I FLAGLER BEACH

I' the rec cation center Fridayevening SURPRISE BIRTHDAY PARTY much looked for event, much of I''I SERVICE I Sunday School 10:00: A. M.
I 9 to 1. The Bunnell Mrs. Leonard Johnson was the
Scouting and training is doneIn I. ROAD SERVICE Church Service 11:00 A. M.
i
High'"School dance band will guest of' honor at a surprise their Scout House. Rope tyIng
furnish :he music. Tickets are birthday party given by her hus- first aid, Morse code and a ,I Light Phone Mechanical Work I R. W. DICKERT. Ptit.trKVEnVOB
437.3441 Bunnell WELCOME
avallabl fireman or I
i from any band. About 15 friends JoinedIn few of the things the Boy Scoutsare I I
by calls g 4392245. last Thursday _.. .
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Spend I g the Easter vacation evening. Beautifully decorated sitting around a roaring I
with Mr! and Mrs. E. D. Johns. white birthday cake and ice camp fire with Rev_ Reynold I NEW FASHIONS IN FIRE INSURANCE
Mr'' Mrs. C. C. Holder.I
were and cream was served to those pres-
Hoover telling stories, is but one
I I man and daughters, Sandy and I The fire insurance policies we write still give the scone
ent ''
Susie, from Sarasota. Mr. and ofthe pleasant f memories of I dependable protection. But today you can often enjoy additional

Mrs. Johns are the parents of Scouting. coverage benefits-Home Owner's Policy-at very
EASTER EGG HUNT They plan soon to take archery I f little extra costRemember.
Mrs.
; Holderman. Miss Vickie Perritt, assisted by and who knows, maybe the
her parents, Mr. and Mrs. 1, D. troop will produce another Rob f H. T. Cook Agency is ready to help you
METHODIST CHURCHMrs. Perritt, entertained several in Hood. take advantage of these extra coverages. Telephone 437.3361
Roger Hoose, primary. friends at an Easter Egg Hunt 0( stop in soon for full details.
church school teacher, and Mrs.
Sunday. Those present were:
FLAGLER WOMAN'S CLUB
Leonard Johnson, kindergarten H. T. COOK AGENCYPhone
Kenny, Donna, and Joyce Whit.
ELECTS NEW OFFICERSMrs.
church school teacher, entertained 437-3341 Citizens Bank Building Bunnell na.1'rI'rI' .
ney, Frederick Fruits, Debby Jasper White, Woman'sClub
Easter
,
their classes with an
Johnson, Ann, Patty and Debbie
I President, reminds memo
j egg home hunt of Mrs.last Johnson.Friday at the Meeklns and Susie Peterson. of the business meeting on .. ..J'.. ............J'.. "' .........J'......"........"....;..".'It"........!.
I Aprilhouse.8th at 2 P.M. at the clubbers
I Assisting the hostesses' were CAMPOUTBoy ti FOR ALL HOURS-DAY OR NIGHT
.,Mrs Reynold Hoover, Mrs. Suzanne BOY SCOUTS HAVE
Scout No. 495 en. Mrs. K. N. Givens chairmanof
J. Troop ,
and Mrs.
I Baldwin, Mr.
last Friday eve the nominating committee, AMBULANCE .
,A. Nelson and Mrs. Jack Meek. Joyed a campout .I
ning at their camp site northof will present the new slate of PHONE VAJle.(4 1625

r .ins.The hiders were Donna Whit. Flagler Beach near the homeof officers for the coming year. A SERVICE ST.
AUGUSTINE
Scout Committeeman Lyman good attendance Is urged. FLO A
1 ney, Linda Smith and Debby
i Johnson Prize eggs were found! L. Gage. Twenty-five members and Never be hesltunt about calling a Garcia Ambulance?'
i by Charlotte Dodlmead and Under supervision of Scoutmasters friends enjoyed the picnic and art always at your service with promptness, safety"experlence "'+ I
.
j Joyce Whitney. Others attend. Leonard Johnson and tour of Marine Studios last: n4
ing were: Pamie and Jerry Nel Hugh Arnold, assisted by Com I week. The club expresses its appreciation ' -

son, Eleanor and Anita Baldwin, mltteeman C. B. Hun, and Grady I for the courtesies: Equipped With Oxygen Resusitator and Inhalator
Tenley Littlefield, Sue Ellen Prather, Sr., they were transport. shown the group. :
Seale, Dale Johnson, Steve Am. ed tents and cap gear to the The dinner scheduled for' Garcia Funeral Home
camp site.Gathering. April 5th has been postponed .
old.Pot luck dinner will follow up fat wood and until the 19th. Tickets will soon \jj P. E. GARCIA, Licensed Funeral Director

the fornlng worship at 11 o'clock pine for their camp fire provedan be available for this. j I- LADY ASSISTANT
chore as Rev. Les. Plans for the burn- '
enjoyable mortgage \AWtfVWWWVVIVWWlAVV \
next Sunday, with the official
board meeting after the dinner -
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The Men's Club will meet ,
Monday evening at 7:30. The I'vfF
Woman's Society of Christian '\1 v ,
CHEVY n Chevrolet
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Service meets next Thursday, by
April 9 at 9:30: A. M. Officers for

the ensuing at that year time.will be presented How to get away from it all including the high cost of travel !

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Mr. and Mrs. Qrmond McMll A Chevy II Station Wagon is the way to get the spare tank. And now that It's Trade 'N' Travel

Han and children from Ocala wholt family there and back on a small vacation Time at your Chevrolet dealer's,you'll never find
were recent visitors of Mr. and budget.You get 76 cu. ft. of cargo space for,less a better time to buy a Chevy II. There's a wide'

Mrs. Bob Whitney Mrs. Ormondis than you'd pay for most sedans.You get money- ///TRADE''TRAVEL rango of engines and transmissions to choose

the daughter of Mr. and Mrs. saving:, easy-care features, too. And you'll go so i1MIE from. And whatever you pick, you can be sure
Whitney. Also Mr and Mrs far between gas stops you'll think we built in a you'll always get a good run for your money.
Mike DeMarla and son Matthew, ..1III.w..PUfOIMUS
Chevy II Nova -Door Station Wagon
from East Patterson, N. J., ar. S A'ii' II I I
rlvlde yesterday to visit with the
Whltneys. Mrs. DeMarla Is the
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sister of Mrs. Whitney. She and

.i her family are enroute to their
home after spending a week '
visiting their parents, Mr. and .' ;' ; ; ''i ,g t !z d ,
\. Mrs. David Fagersten In Cler
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Mr. and Mrs. Henry G. Gabel I

and children, Douglas and Con r Iv
'nle, left Sunday for their homeIn S Ii

Norrlstown, Pa., after visitIng .
with Mrs. Gabel's mother, i
Mrs. Emma Kulp. Mrs. Kulp al ,
so joined them on a tour of the I
West Coast while they were %

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