Title: Flagler Tribune
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Permanent Link: http://ufdc.ufl.edu/UF00079914/00588
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Title: Flagler Tribune
Uniform Title: Flagler Tribune
Physical Description: Newspaper
Language: English
Publisher: s.n.
Place of Publication: Bunnell, Fla.
Publication Date: April 23, 1964
Spatial Coverage: United States -- Florida -- Flagler -- Bunnell
Coordinates: 29.4675 x -81.256944 ( Place of Publication )
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Bibliographic ID: UF00079914
Volume ID: VID00588
Source Institution: University of Florida
Holding Location: University of Florida
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Resource Identifier: oclc - 33426131
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Justice Erwin METHODIST MEN I: Plans for Carver :! BAND PARENTS Commissioners :


; Guest Speaker at ORMOND BEACH I: Gym Approved DONKEY BALL GAMEThe Duties Outlined :N

p I Flag Ceremony District Methodist will Men hold of their the quarter.DeLand I I By State BoardThe sponsoring Bunnell a Band Donkey Parents Softball are. By Resolution ".

Florida Justice ly dinner and business meetingin Game at the Bulldog Stadium I
1 Supreme Flagler County School The Bunnell City Commission
Richard Erwin will be the guest Ormond Beach at the First Board, at its April 7 meeting, on Friday evening, April 21, at adopted a resolution at its meet.
r speaker at the dedication of the Methodist Church, Thursday, authorized its attorney W. L. 8 o'clock. ing Tuesday night listing the '/
and for the lawn April 23, at 630.: Members of the associationsaid duties of
I Flag flagstaff Wadsworth, to go to Tallahasseeto each commissioner. i
of the Flagler Woman's Club at The business session will in make necessary arrangementswith they __ ustnr the proceedsto The duties are as follows:
2 o'clock Sunday afternoon at elude election of district omcers.I the State Board of Education help defray expenses of the Harry Atkinson: budget
I Guest will be Dr. band attending the State Band
Flagler Beach. I for construction of the gymnasium study of Income and expenses,
Justice Erwin is chairman of Charles E. Irwin, nationally I at Carver High School. Contest taxes, delinquent licenses; studyof
the board of the Woodman oft known lecturer, author, and The new plans for financing The band received "superior" I present taxes and licenses; .
the World organization and will business consultant, now making the gym building would be for ratings at the district contest street paving; repairing signs;
make the presentation in behalf his home in Ormond Beach. the county school board to bor. held recently, and the band feasibility study on city sewer
of 796 Court of Palatka. President Hap Carr will introduce row the necessary money and plans to go to the state contest. system

Mrs. Victor Buckles Is presidentof the speaker. construct thebuilding with a H. V. Peavy: Liaison to county .
the court which is present. I maintenance crew of workers. commission board In regard to ';
Ing the Flag and staff to the This would eliminate the con. Law Governing keeping relations satisfactory
Woman's Club.Members Creal To ExplainScholarship 1 tracting cost of the building. and attend county meetings
of The American Attorney Wadsworth said the Political ChargesFlorida when requested; city planning;
Legion, Post 115, will be in Plan State Board of Education approved building codes; city ordinance
charge of the flag raising cere the plans and returned Statutes, 1963, Chapter study, some may need improv-
mony. Mrs. Buckles, who is also To P.-T A. Tonight I them to the county board to 104.34: Circulating charges Ing while others may be outdated .
commander of the post, said the I adopt the necessary resolutionthat against any candidate; requirements ; work with building Inspector
efforts to secure the flagstaff I I The Bunnell Parent-Teacher I is required for the board : ; finance.M. .
was initiated by the American .I Association will hold the last to borrow the money.It B. McDaniel: Water plant ,
"It shall be unlawful for
ism Committee of the Legion ; meeting of the school year tonight I is expected the board will I candidate or other person, dur any and water distribution; garbage \
(Thursday) at 8 o'clockin take action on the necessary collection; library, as to better !
ing 18 days the
Post.Mrs. the high school cafeteria.At I|I to work the preceding day the reading* material ,
Jasper White, president I I steps begin on gym of any election, to publish or or any I
of the Woman's Club, will give this meeting, Charles E. at its next meeting. circulate any charge against or problems library may have; l
the welcoming ,address and Rev. Creal, president of the Steering attack against any candidate chairs, equipment, eta; mosqul- i'
Howard Porter, chaplain of the Committee of the Flagler Scholarship Betty Lynn Bourne unless such charge or attack has tor fogging; civic center and i
Legion Post, will give the invocation Foundation, will explain been personally served upon the city hall equipment. .
I.iA and benediction. Flagler i details of the committee's work Wins Two Speaking candidate at least 18 days priorto Dave Ferryman: Health and i
Beach Mayor George Wickline i up to the present, including re the day of election, and any sanitation; beautification of .. i
will welcome the people to Flag I ceipts of funds and the methodof Contests For SCDMiss person falling to comply with streets, highways, patks, etc.; Ii I
ler Beach. Bandmaster Walter the Criteria Committee in selecting this section shall, upon conviction study drainage problems of city; :
Morris and a band ensemble recelpents of scholarshipfunds Betty Lynn Bourne, Bun be guilty of a misdcmean city recreational program; bud
k will present special musical ar.1 and future plans of the I nell High School, sophomore, or, Any answer to a charge or get Item study for next year;
rangements. I Foundation. I won first place in the Florida attack that contains defensive city dump supervision. I
I Representative William Wads i im Association of Soil and Water matter shall not be construed to Shelton B. Barber: Police andlaw.
,.? worth,will Jntroduce-the. dls ,., the..mee1lpg"lth recently Conservation/.'District. Supervisors I' enforcement ,flreprcven .. 41'
be .rharger or attack.
elected officers of Ihe''PiTr, ,A
J < ?
I Ir ties cooperation with various ,
!t tlngulshed guests. Area Four Speaking Contest ;
I will be installed. They are: Jack I Tuesday In Green Cove Springs. Chapter 104.33: :: Distribution departments of county govern ,
I Clegg, president; Mrs.John Can Betty Lynn was representingthe of literature against a candidate ment; city planning; planning
Bunnell Theater non, vice president; Mrs. Doris
election board.
Flagler SCD in the contest on day.-It shall
Tucker, secretary, and Mrs. Em I and had as opponents five other be a misdemeanor for any can In other business, the commission '
Sale Announced; ma Murray, treasurer.All high school students represent. dldate or other person to dls voted to order 1800 feet of ,
parents and others inter ing various SCO's in the Northeast tribute or cause to be distributedon 4-inch cast Iron pipe. The pipe
Reopens May 15 ested are invited to attend Florida area. I the day of any election any will be used In extending water

The sale of the Bunnell In addition to a $40 cash award I pictures, cards, literature, or mains. Also agreed to advertise
Theater to T. L. Watson of Live she was presented a beau. other writing against any can for chlorinator for the
tlful rosette ribbon by B. K. dldate. water system,
Oak, Florida, was announced Legion UrgesObservance
Wednesday by former owner, Wheeler, area four vice president Chapter 104.36-Distribution of
1[. A. Dale of Lake Butler. Of who was in charge of the literature, etc., near polling
Mr. and Mrs. Watson arrived contest. Miss Bourne's first place places: On the day of any election Speaking Contest
I here Wednesday afternoon to Loyalty Day win qualified her as area four's it shall be unlawful for any
begin renovation of the build. representative in the Florida As. person to distribute any politic. Here Is Won
sedation's state finals to beheld al pamphlets, cards lltera By
ing, both Inside and out. The Flagler Post of The American or
property consists of the business Legion urges every citizen to ob in conjunction with the ture of any kind, or solocit votes, Bourne
and building located at 105 N. serve Friday, May 1, as Loyalty!I' State Convention of Supervisors or approach any elector In an Betty Lynn
State St. (U. S. Highway 1) Day by displaying the Flag at in Sarasota the latter part of attempt to solicit vote within Miss Betty Lynn Bourne was
Mr. Watson said they plan to places of business and at the August An Intlclng top prizeof 100 yards of any polling place. : the winner In the Flagler SCD
open the theater on May 15. homes, Mrs. Cora Buckles, Commander $150 will be up for grabs in All peace officers or election I II speaking contest held April 17 l
The opening shows will be announced of the post said today. the final contest. I officials shall arrest any person In the Bunnell High School. r
later. He has been engaged All of the communist world Other participants in the contest violating the provisions of this I She received a prize of $15 for
in the theater businessfor celebrates "May Day" as an ap were: Bud Reviere, Alachua section in their presence. Any her speech on The Development j I
several years. proval of past and future rev. : SCD; second place with a $25 awards person violating the provisionsof and Use of Our District Soil and .J
Mr. Watson, his wife Sue, and olutlons. Since the United Statesis ; Robert A. Conkey, Hay this section shall be, upon Water Resource for Today and
two children, Teresa and Brad, a Nation governed by law and SCD, third place with $15 and conviction, guilty of a misde Tomorrow. I
were house hunting after arriving not revolution, Mrs. Buckles said runncrs-up Don Brandies, Brad m anor. Miss Sue McMillan, second
Wednesday afternoon. "It is appropriate for every ford SCD Jim Selmoridge, Nassau place winner, received a $10 a*
United States citizen to declare SCD, and Catherine Me I ward and Cathy Bourne, placing
Local Postoffice his or her loyalty to the Govern Donald, Duval SCD, each recelv SC PICNIC DRAWS third, received $3. Others par
ment of the United States and to Ing $10.Judges. 39 LAST TUESDAY tldpatlng In the finals were: ,1
the State in which they live. for the speaking con 'Donnie Moore, Pam Andersonand ;
:- Window Service Mrs. Buckles pointed out that test were: W. H. Mason, Dr. I Members of the Flagler Senior Dale Abbott. In addition, I'
.. \oI The American Legion la a great Earl Rodgers, University of FlorIda I Citizens Club and their guests the following participated In the
Hours ChangedBunnell force for promoting AmericanIsm and Dr. E. E. Hagen, also were entertained at a picnic elimination contest: Sylvia
Post Office window to combat Communism, and University of Florida. Tuesday, April 21, at Bulow Gregg Mike Robinson and
I service will close at 12 noon that observance of Loyalty Day I I I State Park. Cindy Durrance. The latter
patriotically is one of the best There were :39 present for the three are seventh and eighth
each Postmaster Saturday Ray beginning Mercer said May to 4, means of preserving the government I I Debut Nears For potluck lunch which was servedat grade students 4\
.. C.O.D. service, of the United States and I 12:30 p. m. In the park build. All nine participants will receive
day. Registry each state I $75 Savings BondA Ing. Afterward some of the certificates: of appreciationfrom
will be
an d general delivery
hours II I, members fished, and some played the Flagler SCD Board of
available during these reminder that the new $75 card, while others spent the Supervisor. Raymon Tucker,
only. Stamps may also be purchased EXCUSE PLEASE :I Serb E United State Saving* afternoon talking over events of chairman of the board of supervisors
and the parcel post section
Bond bearing the portrait of the the day and discussing plansfor said that Mrs Millie McCoy
will be open Saturday until It has been called to our attention late President Kennedy, will goon summer vacation trip and Averly Brown, senior
noon only. that the name of Mrs. sale May 1. came today from Because the club's meeting and junior high school English
Money order service will be IL G. Heydt was omitted from Ray L. Mercer, county savings plan, the Flagler Beach Recreation teachers respectively' will also
discontinued on Saturday. The the list of Past Presidents of the
bonds chairman Center, will be used as a receive certificates of apprecia
rural and star route carriers Flagler Woman's Club In the Mr. Mercer said that due to polling place on the next regular Lion for their cooperation and
will not accept money order applications mortgage burning ceremonynews the anticipated heavy demand meeting date. May 5, the assistance In the contest
on this day. All Inquiries story last week.It for the new bond, many banks group will meet at the home of Certificate also will go to the
and claims was an oversight made In i iI and other issuing agents Rev. and Mrs. Reynold Hoover judges: Mrs. John Rice Ray
meter letting, Information'l I the rush of many chores Ind. throughout the Nation will ac In Pager Beach. Mercer' and Joe Davenport, work
posits, box rent I dent to going to press. I am cept orders before May 1 from Other details of this meeting unit conservationist, of the Hastings .
\ (Continued on Page sorry- The Editor. (Continued on page 10) will be announced later. i SCO I

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three and a single gave the mar week. Wadsworth will have to''!,

!SPORTS' ket boys two run*. Russell also win both games to stay In the!.
had the only hit that Bakers race.
got Shelton had three hits with Russell Elenbach, little south- <:
r NOTES, Mike Barber, Dudley Improtaand paw pitcher, will start off the :
John Taylor getting the series, facing Greg Robertson'i
,; SHELTON WINS OVER with and Uornsby
hits. Taylor has run Into a Wetherington (
streak of luck, getting a hit in In reserve. Shelton will meet :
Shelton's Supermarket, with the last four games. II Wadsworth Monday. Sheltons,
Mike Kelly pitching one.hit ball, has Kelly, Geller and Revels
Bakers 3 to 1. Midget League Browsing .
won over Thursday each of whom can throw a good I
The win put the market boysin Well, we are winding up the fast ball on any given day.
last round of our schedule with ,
first place. Pitcher Baseball trophies will be on
bad In. Wadsworth meeting the second
Wetherington had one
play at Bakers Five &: Ten. dlS'1
ning, the fourth. Russ walked place Bakers in two games this
\I. _. Game. of...the. Week.. --on .TV Paid by Mlly for Governor Campaign Fund
week will be the Yankees vs. -
Baltimore.Did -

you boys see the great Elect
Polish Sausage Supper play Brooks Robinson made on
third base on a play putting out Walton' Johnston Jr.
._-, .... Mike Tresh? Also the play Bob.
SPONSORED BY by Richardson made on second

i f when he used his knee to keep For
THE KORONA CIVIC CLUB the ball from going through his

r April i 25 1964 6:30-9:00 BAKERS WINS 8.6 vote and support will be appreciated.
Paid Political Adv.
..' Bakers big bats of Russell _
i WHITE EAGLE Donation $1.50 Ea. Wertherlngton, Ty Whittakerand --
Tommy Bratcher and two
costly errors In the first and a ELECT
* double by Ray Smith gave them

r five runs. MARY E. SMITHFOR
f In the second inning, a walk
fi.i. I LOOK and an error and doubles by T.
Bratcher, Ty Whittaker, and a

BARBER SHOP NOW OPEN single made the by score Russ 83.Wetherington, Supervisor of RegistrationFOR

5 DAYS EACH WEEK Wadsworth scored their runs FLAGLER COUNTY
off Russell Elenbach on three

p FLAGLER BEACH HOTEL walks, a costly error and a Your Vote and Support Will Be AppreciatedPaid
single by Donald Pelllcer-good
for three runs. Top of the fourth, Political Adv.
L Specializing in Flat Tops Wadsworth came to life and -

12 P. M. to 8 P. M. CLOSED WEDNESDAYS loaded the bases when Ty Whit-
taker ran Into some wildness, ELECT
walked three and gave up a DUANE A. DEENA
single to Butch Hornsby who
drove In three runs to make the FRIEND OF THE PEOPLEAS
score 86. Russ Wetherington relieved YOUR COUNTY AND JUVENILE JUDGE
MIL-TON MOTEL Ty and put out the fire.
The final score was 86. Have college education. One course in law, vet.,
The win for Bakers tied them member of Daytona Beach Junior College Advisory
for first place with six wins and Board, Corporal in Florida Highway Patrol Auxiliary.
four losses. A win for Bakers Six years as teacher and coach in Bunnell High
Swimming Pool Open today will put them In first School. Over 6 years as Judge. Available full time.
place. Monday's game for Shel. My home phone will not be unlisted between elec
ton will be a must. Wadsworth tions. I will have the time and energy.Respectfully .

will be looking to this game to. ,
2 To 9 Each Day day to spoil Bakers chance of DUANE A. DEEN
clinching the pennant. Jack P"M Pomtont Adv.
Baker is out with the measles. .
Small Childrenand See ya all at the ball game to. -

Students Adults day! VOTE TO ELECTT.

Z5e 50e Did You Ever See A Donkey
\ Hit A Softball? SHELTON BROOKS

r .... ....... .. Friday night we are going to
........... have a little fun out at the ball
diamond. We are going to havea County Commissioner Dist. 3
Donkey Softball Game. We
Vote For and Elect are going to have our local softball .
ON MAY 5th
and also
players playing a
COY G. HARRIS few of our neighbors from Se.
ville. We surely would enjoy FOR YOUR COUNTY COMMISSIONERA

Supt. of Public Instruction having all come. We are goingto MAN WHO WILL SERVE FOR THE INTERESTOF
have a refreshment stand
all will have wonderful
time. We also will have some Your Vote and Support Will Be Appreciated
music the Bunnell Band.
Your vote and consideration will be appreciatedPaid by Pep
Gee, I almost forgot the date, Paid Political ....d".
Political Adv.jWe't' place and time. The place is

at Bulldog Stadium; time Is 8 . ..... . .. .. _. .
P.M., Friday, April 24. The Bun. :.... ....."'.... ..."'", ..". WLY

nell Band Parents are sponsor. I I II i

big the game to help the band : Vote
t{o<'c, arc tttiti: cfoct. \... ,. make the trip to the State Con. I I For
test. The "Biggest Little BandIn
Dixie" is all out this year for

"superior" which they expect to HARRY ATKINSONCOUNTY i
bring back from Tallahassee.
Won Lost %
Sheltons 6.4 600 s
Bakers 6.4 600
Wadsworth 3 7 300 I

!'. Ab Hits Avg.
t o Ty Whittaker 12 7 583
c v George Revels 13 7 538
K. Robertson 14 6 421 Experienced
1C Johnston 14 6 421
+aapYthw ''G. Robertson 17 7 401
R. Wetherington 17 7 401J. Qualifiedand

( tgoWt' .p c-'i .. lt. to'cAttdc I'', I Geller 20 8 400
Hornsby 18 7 ass
cn. 'RcxalL 1)tuq stoic j jM. Barber 19 7 367 Sincere
I M. Bacon 11" 365
I Monday, April 27-Shelton vs.
PmM PwttttotJ Adv.hti'ti' .
i,Wadsworth; Thursday, April 30. ;:

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Too Late Dr. Marshall Says Ilf : ,.t" , ' "f" .
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Milk Not '. :
FatteningAbout lt; J '!:'
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To Classify \' """! ',''.,:
200,00 dairy cows produce ''
uy Russell itCh the 1,700,000 quarts of milk '.,.j! I ."

each by Florida ..
required day .
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Hello Stupid! No wait, I am consumers.Dr. > i..'

serious. Of course, this ribald bus- :* ,' ,
S. F. Marshall, dairy 'j.it, >
salutation doesn't apply unless bandman with the Florida Agri. S '; \. : .*.' **.'

you are one of the poor dumb cultural Experiment Stations, ,'',1.,," .
clucks who listen to the radio points out that Florida produced ) :. "

and television commercials, and milk is richer than that offeredin ;,
falls for them. )'
many other areas of the nation ;,
t d' ,,
containing more protein, !
No friend, I didn't insult your ., ") GSM. .'t fiSa ,
lactose, minerals and butterfat.
Intelligence in calling you stu. ) ; I"e
"Unfortunately, Dr. <
plc!. The bright-eyed and bushy. 1 ? s '
states, "a few erroneous concepts
tailed Madison Avenue boys did J
have been associated with milk I;,'
that. They give you an I. Q., : ', t ,,' '
about equal ,to a six months-old in its relationship to health- .... )' ,,' MI... I .-,
some people think it Is fatten. 'J"J 41ryI 1
baboon. .. , '
Ing. ,,I' ./ ", ',
Mrs. didn't know /'
Sillypants '. '
Current concern about the diet \ .
she was on television. )Everybody :i'I, "
reflects a healthy Interest on '
who believes that standon .
the part of the public, the dairy II"
their heads with their tongue
hanging out. Mrs. Sourbottom scientist says. This interest ;: I
should be directed towards the .
thinks her detergent is stronger "i "
worthwhile goal of maintaining -I Iear ;f' '>l'f1! "
than Glare, the detergent that ;.., j '
normal body weight. Milk has a t- I
reflects the Doesn't she
sun. .. ,',
important place In any diet ;
know that she can't get to first
designed for this purpose, he
base unless she adds Boop-a-
emphasizes. ,
doop, Sama-poo, and Slick-a ,
sack Besides her washing ma Because milk is one of the few Mr. and Mrs. Flagler County : ., "

chine would clog. foodstuffs harvested daily over '
the nation, and because it is Due to the short time before the Primaries, I will be unable to

Then you better not brush so easy to obtain a sample, it see and talk to each one of you personally. Therefore, I would like
teeth with anything
your Glaze, Glower, Pepsopunk or has been used as the test sub to submit a resume of my qualifications for County Commissioner, I
stance for monitoring the status District No. 3 for
Puck-apuck, or you will have your consideration.
of radioactive materials in our
cavities up to here and behind
environment. Because of this
your little pink ears. Served as Recreational Director of Flagler County in 1935.
many seem to have the erroneous
Any poor simple sap knows Idea that milk is the main Played second base on the Bunnell baseball team in the old Florida

that no product is worth its salt Items that needs to be checked. East Coast League. Wrote a column for The Flagler Tribune called

that isn't new and Improved. Actually the cow is a good fll "Sparks of Thought" ,

Next year the poor advertisers ering mechanism for removalof

will have to fall back on double radioactive materials. Should Married Helen Trojan in 1936 and moved to St. Augustine to i
improved and newer than new. the environment become con.
organize and conduct a City Recreational Department. After five
Of course, you and I know taminated to a mild degree, onlya
years became Publicity and Public Relations Director of the Fountain
that is the same old product small proportion of the radio
but we have to sit and listento active material in feed In the of Youth Properties which included the Oldest Wooden School

bored announcers try to makeus exposed environment would ap House in the U. S. A. '

believe that black is white pear In milk.er .

and red is green. During my years in St. Augustine I belonged to various organizations -

And what about shampoos. to bumper and helped with many civic activities Including the first Merchants .. I

Why don't you drag out your The soap and detergent people Exposition for which I received a Silver Lifetime Membership :

favorite pearl necklace and tearit used to depend on movie Card to the St. Augustine Business and Professional Association.The .

apart so that you can drop stars and beauty contest win.
one in this and another in that to the feeble mind of
sway Blessing of the Shrimp Fleet, which Is now an annual event, i
bottle of shampoo and see how the average housewife. Now they Ponce de Leon
Celebration and other activities were part ot'my
long it takes for the gem to get a flock of trained seals. They civic
reach bottom. memorize a lot of drivel and tell work. M <.4 I '

how they couldn't live or hold
And if you happen to shave a husband without Snide in During the war years I opened and operated USO Clubs in

with an electric razor you know their washing machines. Nuts to Alaska, British West Indies and the Philippines. After the war I returned -
that those that this
cut way are them end all the poor dumb fe to position Director
far superior to those that cut my as Publicity of the Fountain of Youth
males who rush to their super Properties.Had .
that and if
way you are silly
market and scream for Snide.
enough to rough up your poor
delicate akin with a razor thatis Wouldn't it be funny If some the honor and distinction of being elected to the City Commission

obsolete you are crazy asgrandmothet. dumb, crazy manufacturer took and serving as mayor of the Nation's Oldest City.
the horns, kicked
quilt. the bull by v,
out all the bright young men on '
And the guy I like is the brave Madison Avenue and just simply When the late Barney Trojan wanted to retire because of age ::

and noble knight that gallopsover took 20 seconds to say "We and threatening ill health, I returned to Korona and acquired hla't

the countryside with his brought you this splendid tel. business. I am proud of my mother-in-law, Mrs. Lillian Trojan, whose 'I'

magic lance and astounds poor vision program and hope you kindness and fine character is known to many, many people In
dumb mechanics in the grease enjoyed it. You can show your Flagler County.

pit and Little Leaguers at the appreciation by buying our pro

city park. And what business duuct which is as good as any.
I belong to the Korona Civic Club and
helped complete several
has he got on a public thorough thing on the market at the
I fare with traffic running bump. rice." projects such as the beautiful entrance to St Mary's Cemetery

-- Helped with Oral Vaccine and Cancer Drive. Urged the civic club '...

\ I.- to contribute to the Band Fund ; Scholarship Foundation and the T

Red Cross. '

Vote To Elect

My church work and activities are many, including being general

IMOGENE STRICKLAND chairman of the Fiftieth Anniversary Commmittee which U

planning a fine program for October of this year to celebrate the

of Golden Birthday of Korona and St. Mary's Church in Korona. ,
Supervisor RegistrationOF .

FLAGLER COUNTY This I believe, covers my business, civic and church life. If anyone II P

wishes to verify any of the above statement I refer them to' ,ti!#

Your Vote and Support will Be Greatly AppreciatedPaid the editor of the St. Augustine Record, presidents of either bank for

Political Adr. the heads of the law enforcement organization in St Augustineor

St Johns County.

NEW FASHIONS IN FIRE INSURANCE If you, the voter, feel that I can be of service to all of you and

the betterment and progress of Flagler County, on May 5th please
TH*> fin Insurance poIlciM we write still gir th*> MUM vote for

dtptndobU protection. Bat today you coos: often inky additional

coTtnog flta-Home Owner's Policy-almy
Lee J. Drazba
little extra COlt.J1fmtmber. ,

H. T. Cook Agency is ready to help you .. ''/ :.'t. Candidate for County Commissioner. *,, D S' trcf3. .y + 5< .*.
take adTontag: of those extra coTtiogts. T01.pbon. 43733111

or stop in soon for fall details.

H. T. COOK AGENCY Paid roUtkaJ Adr. ,$
Phot 4373361 atixens Bank Building Bann.UL Flo. '

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,\ \ !A(1E FOUR THE FLAGLER TRIBUNE, BUNNELL, FLORIDA Thursday, April 23, -1964

\ distance, they will usually reach rib steaks. Political campaign buttons, their sympathetic support.
\y For The Outdoor I
i the recommended well-done degree Patties made from lean ground now making their appearance In mam
I Barbecue ChefBy in 30 to 45 minutes. Since pork can be grilled with great advance of the November election
most barbecue sauces contain success. The patties should be PETERSON TEXACO
go back at least to the
( Mel Sharpe) sugar, charring of the sauce on grilled well-done, and barbecue SERVICE
pork chops and steaks may be sauce may be added shortly be. reign of Alexander the Great In ROAD SERVICE
There Is nothing that whets excessive if the sauce Is appliedtoo fore take-up. You will be pleasantly the 4th century, B.c.. The Macedonian Light Mechanical Work
the appetite so keenly as the: long before the meat is surprised by their juice. ruler sent silver buttons Phone 437.3<<1 Bunnoll
aroma of meat being grilled or! taken up. Dr. Palmer recom ness and flavor. Pork pattiescan to constituents, seekingVVUVWVWWUVWWWVWVVV I -

barbecued outdoors. Here are a mends basting with the sauce provide an economical addition ( I/'. .l'.V/"tJ'."' '",//.l'..."......".'.
few pointers which may help during the last 5 to 7 minutes. to your meat menu, as
amateur chefs achieve greater ground pork is often more reasonable FOR ALL HOURS-DAY OR NIGHTAMBULANCE
success in oudoor cookery.In Pork spareribs, while a real than ground beef.
delicacy, are a little more difficult
grilling or barbecuing, a to barbecue outdoors. Spare-
well-established, evenly distributed ribs should be cooked well-done, SERVICE PHONE VAlley 41625
bed of coals is essential. and this Is a little hard to ac MILLERELECTRONICS ST. AUGUSTINE. FLORIDA
According to Dr. A. Z. Palmer, complish without charring the
scientist with the Never be heiittmt about calling Garcia I'I'P.
associate meat thInner areas of :the ribs. To a Ambulance. We
Florida Agricutlural Experiment help avoid charring, the spare. 1744 Ocean: Shore Bird. are always at your service with promptness safety and
Stations, it takes 30 to 45 minutes ribs should be parboiled for 15 REPAIRS ON TV'S experience.
to establish such a source to 20 minutes before grilling and
of heat. During the cooking pro. the barbecue sauce should be WASHERSDRYERS Equipped With Oxygen Resusitator and Inhalator
cess, rendered fat will flame up added 5 to 7 minutes before
as it drops on the coals. A plas ake-up. If you elect not to parboil Garcia Funeral Home
tic squeeze bottle of water with the ribs, basting with a Call Collect 672-0377
E. GARCIA Licensed Funeral Director
a small opening is handy for .vegetable oil will minimize ALL WORK GUARANTEED ,
putting out those small blazes. charring of the thinner areas of LADY ASSISTANT
This prevents an excessive amount -
of smoke from accumu -

lating on the meat.

Dr. Palmer stresses the im Standard brings the first new
portance of using hlgh-quality .
meat for grilling or barbecuing

outdoors.grade U.S.Beef Good steaks or Choice should, and antiknock compound since Ethyl "

be three quarters to one inch in ,

thickness.Dr. : !
Palmer likeS to grill one.
Inch steaks four to six inches
away from the coals for a total
A of 18 to 20 minutes minutes Met a

f on each side-aiming for a .
medium welldone steak. Doneness i 'r'r It

will vary depending upon
'the heat Intensity' and the thickness .
of the steak. Grilling
steaks for a much longer periodof
time takes away tenderness

4 and Julceness.

When cooking short loin
steaks, the meat scientist suggests .
making alight cuts into
: the lean in two or three placeson .
the outside edge to
1 prevent S :
curling or cupping of the steak. : ( _
Ground beef patties, one.half
to three.quarters of en inch
.thick, are excellent for outdoor : t;<, ,"
grilling. The ground beef maybe ,t :.).1 :: ,
extended by mixing uniform. ,-\1. :" "
ly with bread crumbs and eggs "'" ,
'Patties made of such a mixture
seem to hold together better
during grilling.
Pork chops cut three-quarters +
'to one Inch thick or pork blade
steaks for that
I matter-should MFG d1
be grilled six to eight Inches 14 r
H, away from the coals. At this '

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will roost likely measure the
In FloridaBy \
-. labor by the number of blistered
( Henrey Sharp) palms needed to dear the winter QUANTITY
Lawns at this time of the year debris, and the neighbor's WE GIVE SHELTON'S RIGHTS
are like some ladies' hairdos- March-blown clutter from the
they have a careless look. y'ar' L
But remember, it is safer to By removing the top coveringof TOP ***

grumble about scraggly lawns trash, you'll get rid of insect- GOOD I
than the wife's hair. So, don't hiding and diseaseharboringplaces. VALUE GROCERY Thursday, Friday
carry this simile too far, or you A second raking Is often and SaturdayAPRIL !

t' will have a tough problem in a good idea as it removes the 23, 24, 25 !
the house rather than a turf wint killed sprigs of grass and STAMPS ***
, problem around the house. keeps the lawn from looking as TELEPHONE 7-3201 103 S. Railroad St.
Keeping a lawn weri-groomed if it had been using "that .
is based on the economic principle greasy kid stuff. "Your Friendly Co-op Store"
of labor and capital. You The next step is to feed the;
ever hungry Unless
grass. you
are an expert, don't try broad. Florida Grade "A" (Whole )
.casting the plant food by hand.
Most likely you'll end up with I

zebra-striped grass due to your '
skip cation.-and-miss system of apply I "a 1

La.tllln user 0" ieadhig ana .
n ft.""Bt fr. U wr4....ack... iMertUa chare*. Even If- you are forced- to Join FRYERS'27
the economic craze of deficit I
FOR SALE Two 16lb. bowling financing, it Is best to rent a
balls and bags 1 General Electric fertilizer distributor from the

oven, and 3 burner gas man who will sell you the fer.
plate. Call IIE9-2009 4.23 He tlllzer on credit.

SEW NOW-PAY LATER On Repossessed To prevent this, take a sober Florida Grade "A" Family Package 5 lb. Bag $1.59
64 model Swing Needle breath before making each ,

Dlal-O-Matic, fully guaran swarth across the lawn. World's Best Ground Center Rib 1
teed, does hundreds of fancy Also, adjust the machine to
stitches, makes automatic but. apply only half as much fertile Lb.
tonholes, sews on buttons, mon izer as recommended by your; BEEF 39C PorkChopsLh'59
, ograms, embroiders, etc. Assume county agricultural agent, and
remaining 5 payments of $7.75. make two applications one
Phone Daytona 2538106. application going east and west, Lean Meaty Lean All. Meat
April 23-2tp and another going north and

FOR RENT-unfurnished----2-bed. south. Ribs Lh. ? *

room duplex apartment, carport pounds Smart of gardners fertilizer for save later a use few, Spare 35 STEW 69'Beef .
and screened porch. Call ID 7.
just In case they skip a blade or ;
3304. April 16-tf two of grass. U. S. Choice (Favor Aged)

I MAN WANTED to manage and The "whlrly-blrd" type fertile Lh.
operate a retail Watkins Routein izer distributor is fine for the Short Ribs 39' Roll Chuck 79< 1
this area. (Would consider unselfish gardener. Using pellet. ,
t lady 40 to 60 years old.) Earn. type plant food, this machinecan
ings of $125.00 per week from toss the shot like material
the very beginning. For personal: twenty feet or more. Out in the MAXWELL HOUSE Wilson Shortening YOUR FAVORITE
interview in your home, write' middle of the lawn most gard DETERGENT
Mr. McGarity, P.O. Box 627, Wil. ners are happy to see the pellets COFFEE BAKERITE
liston, Florida, 32696. fly far and wide, but as they TIDE
April 16.3tc near their property line there Is 1.Lb. 3 Lb.Tin Clant
a tendency to slow down to 58- Tan 48C 48c
CLOSE OUT SALE all stock and keep from slinging plant food Size
fixtures. Everything at and below into the neighbor's yard.So Limit 1 with purchale' Limit 1 with' purchase LImit 1 with purchase
cost. CLOTII SHOP, U.S. keep a brisk pace when of $5.00 or more food of $5.00 or more food of $5.00 or more food
Highway 1, Ormond Beach. you are approaching your neighbor's order order order
April 4-4tp property line or he will

FOR SALE-2.bedroom house think that you are slowing down
16 Oz. Everlresh Shurfine (Tall)
and furnishings located on 2 because of old age, or because CLOROX
lots at SE corner Lambert and you are selfish. Coconut Layer
Chapel, $5,995. For informa The analysis of fertilizer to 1/s Cal.
3 tlon call Mrs. L. L. Harris, apply is always a problem. The Ea. 8For$100 Zge ,

..;/ tl., 437.3474 4.9.4tp kind often depends on soil type. CAKE 35e LImit 8 Please LImit 1 Please
fl. I Sandy soils are hungry soils,
:''. FOR SALE or Rent-3 bedroom I and demand more fertilizer than
} unfurnished home on Lehigh St. richer loamy earth.

Flagler Beach. Contact George For faster greening power usea
Moody, Sr., HE 92137. TF plant food that is high In Inor. v D '
l I II
ganic nitrogen. For slow, long
WANTED IRONING to do at my
lasting food fertilIzer .
plant use a
home, reasonable. Pick up & de.
that contains some nitrogen Florida Fancy AutocratBLACK
livery. Phone ID 73669.
from an organic source. The "". 1/ Cal.
EYES 590
total "grow power" of a fertilizerIs 2 290
SEPTIC TANK cleaning; drain listed on the bag as t he Winter Garden 10 Oz. 3 For
fields Installed; snail shell. Reasonable amounts of N-K-P. So, read the STRAWBERRIES
prices. Call George Ja label before you buy. CARROTS *
roz, ID 7.3410 8-1-tl Today there is a fertilizer for Bag 70
All, Flavor

CONSTIPATED? mixtures almost every claim to purpose.Include Some dog, Crispy Fre.h' JELLO 3 Oz. Box fOe
To prove PItUN-EVAC containing Each
Prune. Pigs A Henna I* world'. cat and Insect repellents. The CELERYNiblets Stalk
Smo-o-theat. be.t and most natural kind use Is the kind that fOe Bush 300 Can
laxative MOODY'S hurry to PHARMACY afford. What gardenerscan BEANS *1
." you can 12 Oz. PORK & p
for generous FREE SAMPLE or afford is not always the
40 tabUU for 7>c. Over 1.000.000 For $400 Everfre.h 12 Ct. Pkg.DINNEKROLLS2For.
old each year. common practice, because there W K CORN 6
".....,, is a temptation to apply fancy .& 250
JOHNSTON'SFLACLZR fertilizers If it Is a credit purchase Shurfine 303 Can FRUITCOCKTAIL Solid
as opposed to plain N-P-K
BEACH REALTY CO. For $ "". For
If It is cash deaL"Sunftavor
a 4 i OLEO 2 290

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See Office us:for Phone your real estate IIE 9-2242 needs of launched Agriculture'when Agriculture,was recently Commissioner 50 FR io.o.orZSo.FRools I 0--pR EmTOP

Residence Phones ID 7-3C91 Doyle Conner affixed VALUE STAMPS TOP VALUE STAMPS :1 TOP VALUE STAMPS

or ID 7-3517 the seal on a bag of potatoes. I With Purchase of With purchase of : With purchase of
.... One Garden Mote Package Cheese Curia ::: Everfreih Twin Pkf.
Any Length : Snacks :!: Potato Chips
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MASSEY-FERGUSON With Purchase of With Purchase of With purchase of
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Rout 2 HOM Order
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Hot<< I
' : The Flatter Woman's Club reotlved Kruf.r i

, I another score! award lastly First I GOOD
!Ii'I ly I Wednesday at the FFWC conS tons last I I FRIDAY and SATURDAY,
ventlon held at the George the course APRIL 23, 24, 25, 1964 RESERVED
( Wahk>gton hotel In Jackson curriculum I
vU!. This specifies the Club has Church
" fulfilled all the requirements of fall.

, J the Federation for the year. Church COOK OUT SPECIALS

,j Attending the Awards lunch. m. and
held at the Robert Meyer o'clock with
t. Hotel con were Mrs. Jasper White, Hoover, Steaks Are Cut From U. S. Grade "Choice"

Mrs. II G. Heydt, Mrs. Myrtle The Mans'
Stret'ter, Mrs. Paul Kelly, Mrs. Strawberry Naturally Aged for Tenderness and Flavor
K. N. Givens and Mrs. Charles May 2nd,
1 Bondy. Installation of the new clock.

. state officers was held Thursday strawberry Gut Round
evening. Our new district six served. STEAK 89 C
director is Mrs. Richard A. Collins .
\, of Ormond Beach. BAPTIST or Rib

fr The benefit dinner held Sunday Sunday :
f it' at the Club house was well and morning Grade "A"Whole Copeland's Pure Pork
I attended and the will clock with
proceeds Hot or Mild
go into the nearly depleted pastor. : Lb 29 .
treasury fund. p. m. and Ui.

Next Sunday afternoon will 7:30.: usage 39'
I t
finish up a busy year when Sliced Baby Beef Roll
there will be a dedication service Mother

for the recently erected flagstaff Lb Lyke's Ready To Eat Canned
given by the WOW. This 49
will begin at two o'clock and a
befitting program has been arranged After Picnics 3Lb.
for this event. CanFOLGER'S
Following this, refreshments Mrs. Sally
wll be served and the installation gomery,
of the newly elected officers Julia Moody INSTANT HERSHEY'SCOFFEE
will take place. District passed away
Director Mrs R. A Collins, will of her
do the Installing Mrs. Jasper Mitchell,
White, outgoing President, urges She was : SUGAR
members and friends to come had been an
out one more Sunday and show ber of .

our have appreciation been so kind to to those the Club.who stroke A e 10 Oz. $$119 5 Lb. ;

Again she asks each committee was held in 391
chalrmanto have a written report day morning
1 to turn in by this date- Survivors Bag
Sunday, April 20th. ten, Mrs.
with $5.00 or more food order
Montgomery: Limit 1 with $5.00 or more food order
Mr. and Mrs. John Taggard: Moody, ; (
Can Sweet
uncle and aunt of Mrs. Henry Newton of Crushed
Shill, visiting this week with Thomas -
For Size 2 l/a Shurnne Halves
Also 00
Mr and Mrs Shill They are 5
I 1 from Long Island, N."I.X.i daughters, $1
Mrs. Judy I Peaches 3 89
1 I Danny Frnlley, son of Mr. and cry. o Whole Green
Mrs. Henry Shill, left yesterdayto

_'\\1'' register at the University of I Subscribe: to For *
Florida where he will be a student I S240 A : 2 35 2 /' Van Camp
during the next semester I

,I --3t ) Tomato Pork& Beans 4 For $1 J Jlex 00


Mffrf Limit 10 IO FAD largo 25

FROZEN FOODS Limit 2 Please


Let's Return Exp rl !

Limit 8 Please I Celery 2 largo 29*

Winter Garden
I wont to ..pt." my stncere SPISSAID L.
t.yr.t I" not being obi. to M.mhu .1 Fresh Young Tender
troy.1 constantly' durIng this pr.priatl.ns For $1 A (\
CGmpolg" throughout th. entire P. 3
M.mh.t.t les
!'at. ''n b.hol'' of m1 con ...4 $ y 0 1 U.
I dldQCY for .Iectlon al your ..., pa Carrots .19 1
Unlt.d f..1 at !this''ol..critical Senator perIod, but It I M. .,., Limit 3 Please O pkgs. I
.Itun and
would not b. Wi.{ to 1'0'1' mIHN' McKenzie Cut or Whole
Woahlng'ol\' and hav florid"
not.. ... '... ",Congre... Aa M.mhu.t Vine Ripe
your Senior Senato. I might nductiM 'kgs.
pelnt out hot the Influenc. hdnl I ...ri& 5 $100 *
and 'h.pow.r of .Ind'ylduol' M.fIu.I" Tomatoes 25
Senator I. "try lorg.ly d- .eretlc t. '
Limit 5 Please
by the NIORITY h. S.n.br I

Sptnard ho. oltalnN Holland:' I. now a.IV' ,.ctl..IV h.nndlinl,.. %.%%.... %%%%%%%\%%%%%....%%%%%%%%% %%%%% %%w.%%%......%..%.'...
I"G his 11th, \Ita a.a m.mbn .
of from the flolda United. .S'oh and.h.$''a tna'6th. .MiIllM'th..4...1{ rends). W1EA 5050 E SO 50 FREE 50 I

11'h.. .rJ., .f Seniority In Ihs turn 1."" GREEN STAMPS ;: S & H GREEN STAMPS ti S & H GREEN STAMPS
D.mauottc memb.l\hlp of the .f .very ..
s.na... Sta.. .f ,. this coupon andVith this coupon and With this coupon and

of (2)) 12 J Your purchase of one 20 Your purchase of $5.00 or
Van S
Camp's more food
S Ib bar charcoal S
Corned Deef ;ti: Order

Expires ;ti: Coupon Expires Coupon Expires

April 25, 964} Saturday. April 25, 1964:; Saturday April 25, 1964PAGE

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Thursday, April 23, 1964 THE FLAGLER TRIBUNE BUNNELL
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UDC Chapter W. C. Sullivan has returnedto U. S. D. A. Choice (Standing)
MeetsVith I his home here after receiving
Mrs. CowartThe medical treatment at the Halifax ROASTR lb. '
meeting of the General Hospital in Daytona Beach the 69'
Joseph Eggleston Johnston Chap. past week.Plentiful.
ter, UDC, was held at the homeof Choice Juicy
Mrs. C. H. Cowart last week.
Present were: Mrs. Walter Foods I
Knight, Mrs. Tommy Durrance, CUBE STEAK Ib. 79'
Listed For
Mrs. Zack Holland, Mrs. R. W. AprilApril .
Deen, Jr., Mrs. Catherine Banks. -
brings a shower of foods, Select Western
ton, Mrs. Gene Knight and Mrs. along with Its traditional rain

H. T. Cook. showers, says Mrs. Gladys Ken. BEEF LIVER 3 lb. $100
Reports were given on the dall, marketing specialist. TURKEY NECKS 4 lb.. $100

progress to appropriately made In the mark chapter'seffort all ful Leading products the Is parade beef.of Florida plenti. WHIT BACON lb. OX TAILS 4 Ibs. :shoo
Confederate Servicemen's
graves. foodstores will offer
large sup. 29C ooIbs.
The chapter member will PIG TAILS
go plies of beef for spring cook-outs. 5 1
in a body Saturday to decoratethe Prices at retail favorable,
graves. The Southern Me. and they should stay that way' "Mix or Match" Wil.on' HOG MAWS Sib '1

mortal Day falls this year on Mrs. Kendall BOLOGNA .
through April I' SALAMI
Sunday, April 26. .says. SPICED LUNCHEON PIG FEET 6. $go0
Officers will be installed at
the May meeting which will be So It there are any beef eatersin $4rOO NECK BONES $
6 fooI
at the home of Margaret Cook. your family, now is the timeto 3 Pkga:. JL lb.,
serve them all the beef they
Mrs. Cowart served her guestson
want as steaks, roasts, stew or
arrival a delicious sweet hamburger. Much of the beef I Western (Pint Cut)
course with coffee.
now coming to market is graded

Raphael Sturman returned to and USDA full Choice-hIgh of flavor. in quality PORK CHOPS 3 IbSa $100Small
his home here Monday from St.
Vincent's Hospital In Jacksonville Other foods in generous sup.
where he received medical ply will be canned corn, dried Meaty (Cook Out Favorite)
treatment several days. beans, rice and cottage cheese.A lb.
1963 canned corn pack of 44.2 CRISCO SPARE RIBS 49*
million cases means generous
APRIL SUE KNIGHT supplies of canned corn are Merita 14 ox. ANGEL FOOD (Save lOc)

Mr. and Mrs. Willard Knightof available for the current marketing CAKE Each
3 Tin 48e 39C
Palatka are the parents of year.
an eight pound two ounce Record crops account for plenty .
Limit 1 with $5.00 food order Sweet Treat CRUSHEDPINEAPPLE 1 lb. Can
daughter who was born April 5.i of dried beans and rice. The or more
She has been given the name dried bean crop totaled 20.7 million Each 25
of April Sue. The Knights are hundredweight, 12 per cent
former residents of Bunnell.Mr. above average. Rough rice pro. Armour STAR 12 oz. Can
duction was estimated by the Each
and Airs. Leonard Moody, USDA at 70 million hundred. TREET 39* Joe Grain' Fresh Florida Grade "A"

Mrs. Cora Buckles and A. M. weight. LARGE
McDaniel were In Daytona Mrs. Kendall reports that cot. Armour STAR (5 oz. "Zip Top" Can)
Beach last weekend for the tage cheese will be in good sup VIENNA For EGGS
American Legion District Con. ply in Florida and other partsof SAUSAGE 5 $100
ference and the Auxiliary Con. the Southeast. Creamed cot.
ference. tage cheese production In 19C4 Zephyr PURE ((18 oz. Tea Glass) 2 Dos, 79e
is expected to exceed the 787 j
Earl Wilson of Reno, Navada, million pound record output in APPLE JELLY 29* u

visited here several days last 1963.
week with friends and relatives. -
Maxwell HouseCOFFEE
He also visited in Orlando with EATING OUT COSTS
Pillsbury Butter Flake (Reg. 31c Can)
his mother. Although retail food prices
probably won't go up much during DINNER ROLLS Z For 29*
Mrs. Howard Stumph and son I this year, the cost of eatingout
Norman of Jacksonville spent will. Ever since 1953 when
Tuesday here visiting with I such records were kept, the cost I it, 48e FOODSWinter -
friends. The Stumphs are former I of eating meals away from home
residents of Bunnell. Mrs. has risen two and one-half per Limit 1 with $5.00 or more food order Garden Apple Cherry Peach

Stumph will be remembered as I cent each year.CLASSIFIED. Custard)

the former Miss Freda Osborne,I PIES For $ 3
daughter of the late Mr. and I ADV. FRESH PRODUCE -

Mrs. F. J. Osborne. j II WANTED man and wife of good I Young Tender STRING
character to look after small
Miss Nilda Gonzalez of Miami,j grove, part time work, only BEANS 2Ib29* Cannon Terry Cloth Dish TowelInside
who received her BA degree at country folks. Will furnish small I
Florida State University place to live, electric and gas No. 1 Yellow
tion excises in gradua'i furnished. Just 16 miles north I ". BREEZElir
past weekend, is a of Daytona Beach. Write H. R. SQUASH 2" 25*
this week of Mr. and Mrs. H. T.I Hunt, Box CG8, Flagler Beach. I : 48*
Cook. April 23.1tp Large Crisp HEAD
Limit 1 with $5.00 or more food order
\ LETTUCE 2For 29*

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With purchase of BOND GIFT BOND STAMPS

I want to thank all of you adults (1)) 10 Oz. "Decorated With purchaseST of With purchase of
Glass" Big Top Peanut ((1) 6 Oz. Jar Folger's $5.00 or More Food

and all the young people for Butter Instant Coffee Order
Coupon Void After Coupon Void After Coupon Void After

your fine cooperation in helpingus Sunday, April 26, 1964 Sunday, April 26, 1964 Sunday, April 26, 1901III

to keep crime in our Countyat

a minimum and ask you to

I continue to support me for

Sheriff in the May Primary.


Homer Brooks,
hi I

h, Sheriff Phone 4373227
.'.'iI. U.s. No. I
8:00 a.m-l:00 p.m. BUNNELLi
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QUANTITY RIGHTS RESERVED Prices Good April 23, 24, 25, 26, 1864::

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2 cloves garlic, crushed NOTice OF ADOPTION OF n81o.1J.uTION I BIDS REQUESTED
Foreign Countries 2 tablespoons tomato puree CLOSING: PART I Board Notice of I* hereby given that the
County ConualMioner of
ft lb. bacon, cut In 1" slice School AND DISCLAIMING! ANY IIHJIIT! Flagler County Florida will receive -
Bean DelightLet's OF COUNTY AND TUB sealed bid until the 4th day
J "
tL Navy 2 cups beef bullion IN AND TO TUB LAND LYING I of May lt 4. at the hour of 9:00:
ground cloves Senior Class News WITHIN THE CONFINES A. M., In the office of the CUrk of
take a look at navy % teaspoon THKHKOF. the Circuit Court In the Ftagler
celery salt I Count Courthouse. Bunnell. Florida -
beans as they are used in coun ft teaspoon Seniors are announcing their To Who It May Concern: for the following:

, tries other than America. Popu 1 teaspoon paprika double feature play- "Mama's 17th.Notice ll 4.I.I In hereby accordance given with on I April Section I I Gasoline, 'W.r .. In bulk

\\ lar they are here, hundreds 1 bay leaf, pinch of thyme Gettin' Married" and "Itchln' to 31610 Florida. Statute 196$. I Diesel Fuel in bulk. '
( as the Board of County Commteelon- DieHl Oil 30 weight (]dIDO.Dill)
t of thousands of pounds of Am. 1 teaspoon dry parsley I get Hitched" at 8:00 p. m. in the ere of Flagler County Florida In fi gallon cans.

beans abroad 1 Ib. smoked sausages school auditorium next Tuesday, adopted a Resolution closing va Motor 011 30 weight (M8DO) in
: erloan grown go and abandoning that por 1 quart cans.Motor .
each Salt and pepper to taste April 28. Seniors are now selling irnf a certain I public road described I 011 10 weight Non-Deterg-
E' year. I
Soak beans overnight in cold a* follows: ( ent in 6 gallon cans
Miss Izola Williams, assistant adults and children tickets. Be i Kerosen, In bulk.

I t nutritionist, Florida Agricultu water to cover. Drain and placein sure you get yours. And if g12a part of Section 12, Township Chassis Lube multi-purpose. In
Add all other South, Range 30 Hast and 35-35 pound palls, -
f} >ral Extension Service, says no deep saucepan. you're worrying about missing more particularly described a* a Gear Lube, multi-purpose, in 100
you're ingredients except sausage. Mix favorite TV commercials trip of land SO feet in width Ib. drums.or .
matter where you go, and your measured 25.0 feet on each aide equivalent of all of the above

.< likely to find favorite dishes thoroughly. Closely cover that evening don't worry anymoreWe'll of : gest : :ret the following I specification. *.
cook in 300 degree oven for 5 line; Beginningat I Bid to cover & period of one
featuring these little white keep you laughing the original Quarter Section (1) year from date of accep-
hours or until beans are tender. during intermission too. Don't Corner; as a point of referenceand tance.
77 beans. if beans running thence South 110'56 Envelope must be sealed and
Here are some recipes with Add stock or water ap miss out on the fun-It's an East along the East line of the plainly marked "Bid on Gaso
pear dry. Forty minutes before said Section 12 a distance of (84.8 line etc."
,an international flavor you'llenjoy event you won't forget. feet to the center line of the "Old The Board reserves' the right to reJect -
r trying at home: serving stir in sausages and finish Brick Road" and said point be. I any and ..

I cooking uncovered. Yield: 6 Seniors met with their parent ing the point of beginning of this Dated at I3unnell, Florida, this
WIENER BAKE 1 description; thence running South 13th day of April A. D. 1964.
portions. and class sponsors in the school 8987'04 West along said center
From Germany- cafeteria Tuesday evening to lroate distance to the of East approximately line of I I* Board of HUNTER.County Cornmlanlon-Chairman!

1 lb. wieners I Tract 10 of Block A of the said era of Flagler County, Flor-
bring the parents up to date on Ida.ATTEST.
NOOK Section 1%. according to plat of
baked beans THE
(1 Ib. 12 oz.)
1 can
the World's Fair trip. Seniorsare Bunnell Development Company recorded -I :
% appleasauce In Plat Dook 1, at page 1 E. A. SMYTHE Clerk
I I ELIZABETH CAPTIVE happy to report that they In the public records of Flagler Board of County Commissioner

1/8 cup brown sugar PRINCESS have almost reached their goal County, Florida. April 16-23 of Flagler-2tc County, Florida

Vt cup ketchup Irwin but still have boxes of candy ALSODeing-
U teaspoon sage By Margaret a part of Section I 7. Township I IN THE CIRCUIT COITIIT. SEVENTH -
This novel of Elizabeth Cap and barbeque grill kits to sell 12 South, Range 31 East and JUDICIAL CIRCUIT IN
Salt and pepper to taste three weeks of school more particularly described as a AND FOIL KLAfiLEU COUNTY
Only more
,. tive Princess, is based on some ;
strip of feet la widthmeasured FLORIDA IN CIIANCEHY. CASE
Preheat oven to 375 degrees. historical facts. From these for the seniors! : .OdteOt on each side ofand NO. 4MS2PRENTICE

Cut half the welners into bite. at right angles to, the following E. HOLT,
facts, you look into the per. described center line: Be- Plaintiff
size pieces, reserving remaining IIn( UEST FOR HID ginning at the original Quarter V*. Divorce
t links for garnish. Combine ingredients sonalltles of Elizabeth, daughterof Sealed bids will be received In Corner on the West line of Sec- MARION HOLT

Henry VIII, and Mary, EUza.beth' the office of the City Clerk of the tion 7, Township 12 South. Range Defendant.
and into 1% qt 31 East as a point of referenceand
pour Bunnell. Florida I In the NOTICE TO AITKAH
step-sister and also g: rco running theme South 1'10'66"East
baking dish. Arrange whole Center Building, on or before THE STATE OF FLORIDA, TO
/ along the West line of the
12-00 o'clock the 4th
daughter of Henry.It : noon on MARION HOLT
.t welners Bake 30 mln for the aid Section 7, a distance of 684.0
on top. day of May, A. D. 1964 223 E. !.I. X.

t utes. Yield: $.5 servings. \ tells of the dangers Eliza following One (1)): Series A-741 V-Notch feet Brick to Road"the center and said line of point the being"Old I I You Findlay are hereby Ohio notified that a

beth suffers before she is ac. Chlorinator, manual control the point of beginning of this description suit for divorce has been died
From Egypt comes an excellent ; thence running North
capacity 10 pound per 24 against you in the above entitledcause
cepted as Queen. How Mary manufactured by 8907'04 East along Bald center and
are hereby requiredto
hors d'oeuvre to dip Into you
I rcrI& e'u line a distance of 1280.70 feet to
suspicious and the hatred Tlernan, Inc., or I. serve upon Plaintiff Attorney,
cocktail sauce or to serve plain | grows Trice quoted must be F. O. B.lunnell the East line of the W 3j of the whose name and address appearlereon.
for Elizabeth and WV4 of the said Section Bearings
with Installation supervised your written e
or with a sauce as a delicious'I are referred to the Mercator e'.utr
the of her death. any, to the Complaint I In said
side-dish vegetable. plotting The Commissioners I reserve East Grid Azimuth on or before the 9th day of May
To find out if Elizabeth is the ltro reject any and all bid and renouncing and ( 1964. else decree pro confeaso w11be
FALAFEL I and to accept the bid that In its disclaimingany entered against you. 'I
slain by her hated and suspici will In : right of the and thepublic
I be for the best county
cooked canned Judgment in and WITNESS my hand and seal of
1 cup or navy to n lying
i ous-minded sister, read this Id" the City of Bunnell, Flor- :1 within the confines of said portionof said Court this 7th day of April.
beans drained or pureed 19(4.
said "Old Brick Road" afore-
novel. I'm sure you'll learn fromit WITNESS my hand and official
U cup fine cracker crumbs seal this the alit day of April, said (SEAL) E. A. SMYTHE
and enjoy it as much as I A. O. 1964. Dated this 20th day of April Clerk of said Court
1 tablespoon finely minced Shelton B. Barber, Mayor 1964 Wm. L. WAD8WORTH
I onion did of Dunnell, Florida Board of County Commissioner Solicitor for PlaintiffP.
Assistant ATTESTlty of Flagler County Florida. O. Box 896
% teaspoon' mashed garlic Nancy Rodgers City Clerk By: E. A. Smyth Bunnell, Florida 32010
4 Mary Matthews. April -2to Clerk of said Board April 9-18-23-30-4tc
t.\ 1 egg beaten I 1 I April 23-ItoIllIH
\ % cup cracker crumbs for top. i I IN TilE COUNTY JUDOF COURT, IN TUB CIIICITIT COUIIT OF

't4 pingCooking FLORIDA IN rilOHATB I Notice I I. hereby given that the LESLIE CIIANrRUY O. JEFFRIES NO. 4M48
; oil for trying By Stephan Crone IN RE: ESTATE OF Board of County Commissioner of Plaintiff
I This is the story of an epl OEOUQB CLYDE BROOKS, Flagler County will receive sealed vs.
'Salt to taste, only If needed. Deceased. bids until the 4th day of May. 1964 CLAIRE B. JEFFRIES
sode of the Civil War writtenby NOTICE TO CKIU1ITOH9 at the hour of 9:00: A. M.. In the Defendant'
Combine beans with % cup is To all creditor and all person office of the Clerk of the Circuit NOTICM TO DKKKNI
I A 'crumbs, onion and garlic} Shape Stephan Crane. The story laving claim or demand against Court In the Flagler County Court THE STATE OF FLORIDA TO:
very original through the de. aid estate: house Bunnell, Florida for the CLAIRE JEFFRIES
Into tiny balls. Dip balls in egg, You and each of you are hereby following: whose place of residence and
I then roll In remaining crumbs. dscription of the fighting, although notified and required to presentany 1. T. Ga for the Courthouse post office address are unknown
\ Crane had not witnessed claims and demand which Stockade and Jail for a periodof You are hereby notified that a
Drop into deep oil at 375 degrees you or either of tlOmJtoM one (1) year from the date suit ha been filed against you In
t I actual fighting until two years against' the '. of acceptance of bid. the above entitled cause; and you
until golden and crisp. Drainon (-LYDU imoOKH. deceased, late of
Envelopes must be sealed and are hereby required answer
absorbent Serve hot after he finished the book. lie Fulton County, Georgia, to the plainly marked "Bid on L. T. with the ktoorlhr.o'goand ,
paper. original in his account lion. T. K. McKnlght. County Judgeof Oa. etc." to serve a copy thereof upon
I Yield: about 30 balls. was very Flagler County, at his office In The Board reserve the right the plaintiff or plaintiffs attorney,
' The Red Badge of Courage was he County Courthouse in Bunnell.Flagler I to reject any and all bid. whose name an daddres I I.:
'h" ,JENNIE'S CASSEROLE County, Florida, withinsix Dated' at Bunnell, Florida this SAMUEL V. HOLCH
From England comes.- the first nonromantic novel of month from the date of the 12th day of HUNTER 1964. 110 N. 3rd Street
"I the Civil War that gained wide. first publication hereof. All claim OTIS S. Chairman Talatka. Floridanot
&' 1 Ib. navy beans and demand* not presented withinthe Board of County Commissioners later than May 2nd, A. D. 1964.If .
spread popularity and caused time and In the manner prescribed of Flagler County, Florida you fall to do so, decree pro
3 tablespoons brown sugar herein shall be barred ATTEST
a* : confesso will be entered againstyou
1 tablespoon molasses fame for its author. provided by law. 1<). A. SMYTHE Clerk for the relief demanded in the

Crane's characters of the story Dated March 25. A. D. 1964. Board of County Commissioners bill of complaint. The nature of
i Edna Louise Brooks of Flagler ounty, Florida said suit being for divorce.
.w show a great deal of the realism A* Executrix of the Last Will April 16.23-Ito WITNESS my hand and seal of
t their! and Testament of GEORGE said Court this 30th day of MarchA.
Dance to the Music of of the story through CLYDE BROOKS. Deceased. IN: TIIH COURT! OF TilE COUNTY D. 19(4.
.JuJ)<( thoughts and actions and April Z..lI.U-Hc 1COV'TV: ( SMYTHE
KI.OUIDA. IN ritOIIATE. OffIcIalCllerk said.
e. THE makes you feel as if you were ilE(1UEMT FOIL lIllM IN RE: Estate! of By Julia of R. Harvey Circuit Court

in the setting of the story. Sealed" bids will be received' In Margaret Ann Buteux Deputy Clerk
,I RHYTHMROCKERS the office of the City Clerk of the Deceased.To April 2.-18-U-Uc
This book speaks for itsel I City of Bunnoll. Florida In the I All Creditor aid !>?.... -- -
Civic Center' Building, on or before Having Claim er Demand Acalaat.Said 1TIiJol: CIRCUIT COURT SEVENTH -
I through the fact that it outsoldI 12:00: o'clock noon on the ISth I Estate JUDICIAL CIRCUIT IN
ATntEBAMBOO books by such authors as Kipling day of May A. I). 1164, for the I i You and each of you are hereby AND Foil FI.A<( notified and required to
following material: FLORIDA EQUITY NO. 4847
COCKTAIL and Tolstoy. Won't you claims and demand which A. LOUISE
I flash u.ct rcrroI It 50JOIM you or either of have McCAHAN.Plaintiff
LOUNGE please come to the library tread 0 pipe or equal. against the estate oloMarl.t Ann ,

this fine book I am sure lluteux. deceased late of said ALBERT L.MCCAIIAN.
County, to the Judge of
FLAGLER BEACH Four (4) 4-Inch tees, two (2) Defendant.
I that you will enjoy it. 4-Inch crosses, four (4) 4-Inch Flagler County. Florida at his office NOTICE TO AFVKAIl AND
plug and two (2) 4-inch ells In the court house of said ANSWER
.i.ih Saturday Night 8 to 2 p. m. Library Assistant, for above pipe. Couuty at Bunnell. Florida,hlt\\ : IN THE NAME OF THE STATE
six 1 calendar month from
Jack Abbott. Trice quoted must be F. O.B. OF FLORIDA
Ttunnell by motor vehicle carrier. of the first publication of this no TO: ALBERT L. McCAHAN.
= -- -- specify delivery date tice. Two copies of each claim or POST OFFICE BOX 1701
DI4hhOllty Commissioners reserve demand shall be In writing and FT. DAVIS STATION

VOTE FO& KIUYI HE Will BRING THE BIBtt the right to reject any and all bids hall state the place of residenceand WASHINGTON. D. C. 20020
post office address of the
and to accept the bid that In Its are hereby notified that a
Judgement will be for the best Interest claimant, and shall be sworn to suit has been brought against
PRAYER of the City of Bunnell, Flor- by the claimant agent, attorneyand In the Circuit Court of Flagler
IdA. accompanied I by a filing fee County, Florida In Equity, by A.
WITNESS my hand and official of one dollar and such claim or LOUISE McCAHAN, and you are
seal. this the list day of April. demand not so filed shall be void. hereby required to file personally
An. 164. /M/ llelent C.. ButeuxS or by Attorney with the Clerk of
Shelton R Bather Mayor / ButeuxA said Court, your written defense.
City of Bunnell, Florida administrator of the Estateof If any to the Bill I In Equity In
ATTEST Margaret Ann Buteux said suit on or before the 2nd day
Nancy ('. Rodger. City Clerk First deceased. of May A. D. 19(4. and also to
April U-3o-Ue publication April t. 1164. serve a copy of your written defenses -
April f-16-28-20 Ite
-- --- Mesrs. A
J upon! Osslnsky
IN TIIK roriir OF TIIK COUNTY .-- Krol' Attorneys for Plaintiff at
JriMiK. FLAGLElt COUNTY, their office address at 411 Main
"'..OIUI)". lIMtOIHTK.. Street Daytona Beach Florida on
In re: Estate of all t 1I11glrr tfrtbunr or before' the 2nd day of May.
EDA HART YILK1NllDeceased. A. D. 19(4. a* required by the Florida -
Equity Rule of Civil Procedure
FOR GOVERNOR Tit All Cre.IUr.. ..t frn... nUN KLL, FLOniDAM.B. and herein an or Decree
Marisa tlalma .r. tHo...... AsralaM Pro Confesso and Final Decree will
Pole by Kelly h. Oevente Com .(a fond ".1. Falstet: be entered against you by default.

-- "'""" --. You and each of you are hereby MRS. FULLER!: Editor That the name of the Court In
notified and required to presentany which said suit ha been Instituted
I claim and demand which )you Is the Circuit Court Seventh Judicial -
or either of you. may have against\ Circuit of Florida In and for
HOMEA. the estate of Eda Hart Wilkins, Dlate4 Offlclal IMklleatU. Flagler County In Equity. and

CRAIG FUNERAL deceased, late of Calhoun County: for r..ll. Relieve .( FlaglerC that the title of said cause la a*
Alabama, to the County Judge herelnabove set forth.
Flagler County Florida at hi* office ....,. MnaUlMlltle therein You are further notified that the
!L CRAIG. Funeral Director In the court house of said nature of said suit I* a suit for
uteja u.lk.Florida withinIt aid he Stale of Fiends divorce and enforcement of agreement
JOHN CAPO. Associate from the time and other relief u prayed
of the first publication of this for tn said Bill In Bqutty.
notice Bach claim or demand shall Entered aa second class matter WTTNBK my
AIR OXYGEN ho !In writing and hall state theplar office at Bunneil. VSorlds,his 27th
LADY of residence and post orflc February 6. 191$. at the pottofflce day of March A. D. 1M4
CONDITIONED I I EQUIPPED address of the claimant, and shall il
at Bunnell, Florida, under act of SMYTHE a
ATI'E1'\"DANT be sworn to by the claimant, his F.MIL A. dUrk of
CHAPEL AMBULANCES agent, or attorney, and any such March I. ItTt.On the Circuit OMar..f Flagler
claim or demand not *o filed' shall County. Florida
be voMEIKJRNK. (Circuit O.rt -I)
As executor of the last Will yearIItil, Attorney for Plaintiff

BLVD. ItnfHEL1. FLORIDA and Testament of Kda Hart Six month __'UI I 411 Main Street
201 E. MOODY Wilkins dc** *d. Daytona Beach Florida
April JZ." A May t-U-He April 2-9-U-tl-ItePAGE

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Longer Life !! Save Money With I WARNING GIVEN ON ceMlve contamination of cloth. pesticide packages, making
I Ing and prokmftd eototMt with sww they cannot Muse injuryor
USE OF PESTICIDESPesticides tM skin. damage.
For Nylons I Convenience Food
can be used saf.lyand
Before spraying or ducting ---
To get more mileage from You can save money as well beneficially, providing you pet, be sure the pesticide is .'. k'tirLN
your nylon hose, Miss Elisabeth I: as time by using many convenience use common sense, read the label labeled for such UM. Always WWJWO.. F. ALFORD .
and textiles foods. and follow all direction to
Dickinson, clothing
S Register
I store pesticides in original labeled
Mrs. Gladys Kendall, marketIng the letter, entomologists
specialist, Florida Agricultural say. containers, and be sure
I specialist, Florida Agricultural The is %Real Estate Broker
Extension Service, suggests that government responsible they are out of reach of chll-'
the correct for each Extension Service, says for insuring that every pesticide'I '
you buy type I dren and pets ,! BunnelL Florida
that in cost comparison studyof Is tested
a properly registered,
purpose and occasion and then Promptly dispose of empty :
I convenience foods with the and labeled, but it's your responsibility WlMAAAAArWMnANNOUNCING
give them the best of care. :
I same foods cooked In your own to use them correct. .., . ,,", ... '" .
ru" !IVY ru" J J P'9'Y "' 'YJr
For everyday wear, select the kitchen, researchers found that ly.

walking sheers 30 denier or 42 convenience items were less Use exactly the right amount. I

heavier. Denier, gauge, twist, expensive. They discovered that Keep children and pets away
knitting and finishing all determine 116 were more expensive than from where you are working. I

the kind of wear you I home-prepared foods.If Never get pesticides on food or
get from hose. you are a typical shopper, I I clothing. Don't breathe pestl.I I AM A CANDIDATE FOR REELECTIONTO

I you buy enough of the money- cidal dust or mists. Avoid ex-
Denier Is the weight and THE OFFICE OF
savers to keep your food costs I
thickness of thread of nylon' lower than If you purchasedfresh of the Ingredients used in pack.

yarn. The lower the denier, the I products entirely and pre. I aged foods are not even available County Judge of Flagler CountyIF

thinner the yarn. Although all pared them yourself. on the market. Made-to-

nylon fibres have great strength,I Take chicken chow meln. Four order cheeses used in many
a plain knit stocking of 30 den. servings of the frozen variety I specialty packages are Just one
ier is twice as strong as a 15, costs 85 cents. If you buy It can. example.For COURTEOUS ADMINISTRATION OF THE

denier. ned, it is 66 cents. To make it I information on relative DUTIES OF THE OFFICE.T. .

from scratch would cost you I.costs of other convenience foods,
The closeness of fineness of $1.02. ask for a free copy of Marketing

the stitches across the stockingtell Fresh orange Juice prepared at Bulletin No. 22, "Convenience K. ,( Buddy ) MCKNIGHTPaid '

the gauge. The higher the I home costs about twice as muchas i Foods In Your Market Basket"at

gauge, the less likelihood of Juice prepared from frozen your local home demonstration Political Adv.

snagging. concentrate.The agent's offlce.

Wear is also related to the degree biggest bargain amongall

of twist. The higher the the convenience foods studied I

twist, the greater the resistanceto was instant coffee. Out of TKEEP
snagging. You can recognizethe every $100 spent for food, $1

degree of the twist by, the goes for instant coffee. The same .
number of servings from regular ,
shine of the hose. Shiny hose
coffee would cost $1.96.A .
may not hold up as long as
those with a dull finish. reasonable value was put on Dan R. Warren .
the homemaker's time, many
For durability buy hose that
other convenience foods would
at least one-half inch long. '
have a lower cost than freshor
er than your feet. Buy as least homemade, Mrs. Kendall STATE
two pairs of a shade and a tpyeas points outConsider ATTORNEYm.

a time, so, If one runs, you the savings in work .
can mix the spares. and utensils needed, as well as Volusia Flagler Putnam ,\ 1'1 :
What about care? Care In less waste in preparation. Some t
washing and wearing will and St. Johns 'I
Be sure to keep fingernails and
lengthen the life of your hose.
toenalls smooth to prevent pick. r.

ing and snagging them. When SUBJECT TO DEMOCRATIC -'r;

HASTINGS MATTRESS I I you put on your hose, roll them 'Y "

& UPHOLSTRY WORKS down to your feet and ease PRIMARY, MAY 5, 1964
710-12 Lemon St. I I'them on carefully, fastening the

Pal atka Florida back garters first
Phone EA 8.9166 I Wash your hose In warm suds EXPERIENCED-QUALIFIED

Fumitu-'. Upholstering after every wearing. Squeeze
Repaired & Refinished Paid Political Adr
them gently. Never rub. Rinse
Mattresses & Box Springs
Made 10 Order Alto Renovated until the water is clear and .. .
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Call Laura Morris 437.3233 then hang hose on a smoothrod

After 6:00 P. M. away from the heat.

PRICES REASONABLE. When your hose are new, you
might like to rinse them in cool
Just as near as your
Phone or Post Office water before wearing them.
Drop Us A Card or Call Some stylists say this will insure The People of
Free Pick-up & Delivery
longer wear.Here's .
L __ .

A '- t r Flagler County Want

i 'limJ&

r Good GovernmentLouis
i How Florida'sSENATOR
) .-

'v.' SPESSARD L. M. Steflik This is why Louis Steflik is a candidate -

Candidate For for County CommissionCOUNTY -
Senator Holland says ere
"At this moment, I should' be wIth yew 'In Florida . DISTRICT No. 1
looking your support in the coming Democratic primary
In my bid for ronomlnatlon to the United States Senate.

Instead, I am In Washington en urgent business . FACTS ABOUT YOURCANDIDATEi Louis Steflik is not obligated
more Important to us all . because I fool the Civil po-
Rights Bill now before the Senate would b.bod Ugltlo- .
lion for all our citizens end one which, even If passed, I
win: be doomed te failure by the-fact of iti very coercive children-
nature. This bill would put such fantastic power .In. the
hands of the attorney general that we could come close
to being a police stale for this reason, I am spendingmy Life long resident Flaglrr
therefore free to make
He is
campaigning' time In. Washington . doing the lob t ty.
you sent me te do. In the meantime I warmly' ask yew County
to consider my past service te you and our great State I Veteran of Korean War. sound decisions which will be in
of Florida and return me te th. United States Senate at
our senior senator." Graduate University of Flor the best interest for all the
.. .. ,... U. S. i.se.i 1747 I people -
Dveln ...... peen ho ... ...-.4 s.wioy ...... ....Msas : id.
D._"':. .f "! S.' j jrpril of Flagler County.
PoIltW'+ UNII'f'w.ft' I 8 years successful business


I Let's Move FORWARD With STEFLIK on May 5th

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for 1.8 million out of the 19 million DEBUT NEARS FOR I Ponce de Leon. Today the beautiful and chrysanthemums are ship.
Social i SecurityFor people now entitled to bene I blossoms make a major ped north each winter. Now with
;1.r fits. The amendments also introduced $75 SAVINGS BONDS contribution to the state's econ- roses and carnations being

Month Here a new protection under Continued From Page 1 omy-more than $16 million an- grown on a field scale the future
o social security -disability nually. Millions of gladiolus looks.even better.
Totals $37,330.00 benefits-and 1.5 million disabled those purchasers who may desire - -
an early date of Issue toj -- - --
workers and their dependents - - - --
There are GOO residents of
receive benefits appear In the validating stamp.
t i': FJagler County receiving month now Decision to Issue the $75 bond, I 1
under the disability provisionsof PARK-IN CLEANERS
I, ly social security checks, according I
the law.LOCAL which fills a gap in the lower
,{:' to figures released by denomination range of Savings!f

Mell D. Eadie, Daytona Beach I Bonds, was announced by the I Winter Storage -
't Social Security District Manager.. I POSTOFFICE White House late In January.The .I
1 Eadie stated this is an increase I I WINDOW HOURS Issue date of May 1 was PROTECT YOUR GARMENTS i..
I.' I of about 9 per cent over I' fixed to conclde with the launching 'I
: the corresponding figure for CHANGED of "Operation Security," a| 4 ALL GARMENTS INSURED
;l 1962. The dollar benefit amounts
(Continued from page 1) nationwide savings bond cam- MOTH.-PROOFED ,.
I total more than $37,330 paign which runs until July 4th.
I ly. The following table shows. shall be closed all day on Sat May 1 Is also the 23rd anniversary WALT JOHNSTON AGENT ;'"
amount of the ,_
the number and
I'I'I urday. of the Issuance of the
i different monthly benefits paid first Series E Bond.
In Flagler County, as of De. Limited adjustments in some Purchase price of the new
cember 31, 1963: postal services ordered in Wash-
bond, which will reach full face
Group No. Total ington March 10 by Postmaster
< I value In seven years and ninemonths
General John A. Gronouski to
( Retired worker 327 $24,703 is
million will begin to Vote To Re-Elect
:,; Wife or husband 82 3,336 save $12.7
Widow or widower 35 2,092 take effect in Bunnell and other ,
Mothers, children & cities May 4, Mercer continued. The new-bom porpoise calf, if
delivered normally, is born tall-
"parents 97 3,323 Changes planned locally will first Marineland of Florida re- C. H. Cowart
Disabled workers & affect only window service on parts.
dependents 67 3376 Saturdays. There will be no
change in delivery services on I I t
I Total 608 $37,330In the rural route or star route, FLORIDA FLOWERS \ Commissioner
releasing the figures, Eadie and these carriers will continue Florida was named for her County 3
,r pointed out that the social security their regular scheduled trips. flowers by the Spanish explorer, "
l' benefits are Important to
)i'I the community as well as to Mercer emphasized that no As a member th Board I shall continue -
the people who receive them. essential major services will be I CommunityMemorial
"It is a fact," he said, "that almost affected under the orders. All I
: every dollar of social security regular mall will be boxed as Churcht.te4ea.wt.att.ul to discharge the duties of the
j i benefits coming into the usual. Letters and other first-
county Is spent each month In class mail will be handled with
AIR CONDITIONED office in fair honest and
local businesses for food, cloth the same priority as ever. Dis Daytona Av*. a impartial
,, : ing, shelter, and other essentials patch of all out-going malls will
:: In this way, the benefits have! continue as usual. FLAGLER BEACH for all
manner Flagler County.
I : a stabilizing effect on the local The economy step, Mr. Mercer Sunday School 10:00 A.M.
economy." explained, is in line with President Church Service 11:00 A.M.

I Eadie forecast that the number Johnson's programs under R. W. DICKERT, Pastor I Paid Political Adv.
I of social security benefld- which the recent federal income RVKItYOITB WELCOME :
I arles will continue to increase! tax cut was provided. I ..
':.1 in the future, but at a much --

''I I slower rate than in the past 10i
,i i\\ J' years.

lie said that, nationally, the I Jet-smooth Luxury Chevrolet
;( social security benefit rolls in-
creased "from about !5 million
people In 1954 to more than 19 I makes roads feel as smooth as the maps they're printed on
'I million at the end of 1963. This
: rapid growth in the beneficiary Run your finger over a map and find yourself a place to go. Wide seats with foam-cushioning front and rear. Luxurious
population resulted from major That's a preview of how it feels to get there in a Chevrolet. wall-to-wall deep-twist carpeting (this year it comes with
amendments to the Social Security We've put what we think is the best suspension even the lowest priced Biscaynes). A choice of
Act from 1950 through I II system in its class under this great highway per.. seven great engines, all precision-balanced for
1961. He cited several amend. : former. A big husky coil spring at each wheel ""': W Uti smoother running, with four smooth-shifting

I ments which extended social se and double-action shock absorbers to soak up jj transmissions to match. Everything that makes
curity coverage to self-employed bumps. Over 700 sound deadeners throughout r'uynpur Chevrolet the great highway performer it Is.

business and professionalmen the chassis and that spacious Body by Fisher to nME So get out those road maps. And wherever
farmers and agricultural blot out noise from road and wind. you go, get off to a good start-during TradeThere'
workers, and other groups. 'N' Travel Time at Chevrolet dealer's.
I a lot of other Jet-smooth luxury, too. m m MUT nwmm mroimm your
As a result, several million
Chevrolet Convertible
people whose work was brought Impala
under social security are now
receiving benefits. Others qualified t p h r

through amendments which
reduced the amount of work
needed ,to get;: benefits.
One change-lowering the age
at which older people can get
benefits from 63: to 62accountsKNOWLEDGE
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