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Title: Flagler Tribune
Uniform Title: Flagler Tribune
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Language: English
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Place of Publication: Bunnell, Fla.
Publication Date: April 30, 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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VOLUME 52, NO. 17 BUNNELL, FLORIDA, THURSDAY, APRIL 30, 1964 S2.RO A YEAR i. '
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Justice Erwin Bunnell High I .. ,- .' : : Brooks and Kelly I Burns Leads In


Guest Speaker at Honor Roll ;:rE I Nab Two BurglarsSheriff Poll of Weekly

Fourth-Townsend:: Mike Manuel i
Flag Homer
CeremonyFlorida Brooks and
Ken Tucker, George Weth- I Deputy Joe Kelly, answering a Papers of FloridaMayor

Supreme Court Justice i erlngton Lila Allen, Karen call to the Sand Bar three miles
Haydon Burns and
Clegg, Mary Cook, Nancy Creal :
t north of Bunnell on Highway 1,
Richard Erwin gave the addressat Fred Dickinson will battle in
Debbie
Johnston Violet Jones,
the dedication of a Flag and arrested two men Saturday the second primary of the gov.ernor.
Katie McFarland, Lady Rodgers,
flagstaff at the Woman's Club. night In the building after race with Bums emerg
Denise Tucker.
house Sunday afternoon in Flag. : i breaking and entering. Theyare ing as Florida's next chief executive !
Fifth-Manuel Johnston
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ler Beach. I being held on a charge of an independent
I Mike Kelley, Greg Robertson i grass I
I breaking and entering under a
Presentation of the Flag and I Kirk Robertson Minnie Deen roots poll conducted by state
staff to the club was made by $1,000 bond each. weekly newspapers indicates.

Palatka Court 796, Woodmen of Elayne Tucker.FifthMonts Catherine >i Harttwell Skates, white male,I I The Flagler Tribune at Bun
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the World. The gift was accept. 1LEONARD of Dallas, Texas, *ge'39/has a nell mailed questionnaires to

ed in behalf of the club by the Lyna Townsend.Knight Betty Steflik v record of serving two terms for every weekly In the state requesting

president, Mrs. Jasper White. Jay armed robbery, operating on a "the real true grass I
Sixth-Tonkin: Linda Church
Mrs. Cora Buckles, presiding Melanie Cody Rebecca Durrance, P. COOK stolen courtesy card Jumping roots picture In your county. . (
officer of the Palatka Court and $1500 bond and worthless check. Make inquiries if you are not
Jeanie Airman Leonard P.
Hlgginbothanv Cynthia Cook son
also commander The American Also Chancey Evans, colored, certain how
your area stands,
Hlnson Gwen King, Lesa of Mr and Mrs. William Camp-
Post 115 of 23, of Arlington Ga. He has also but
Legion was Mistress Jr. i try to get the Informationfrom
Knight, Debbie Lowe Beth bell of Flagler Beach is being served in
Sanford for break.
Ceremonies for the occasion.
Matherly Glenn Nelson James reassigned to Mather ARB, ing and neutral rather than prejudiced -
George Wickline, mayor of Alan Brannam Barbara Dodgen. Calif., for training and duty as entering. sources"
Flagler Beach welcomed everyone 'I Both men were arrested in Elgthy editors responded witha I
Seven-A: Carl Baggett, Dianne a transportation specialist. the
to the city and also pre- i building. few choosing to remain an
Lucase Glenn Carle Chuck Herr, Airman Cook recently completed
sented Justice Erwin with a Key onymous. They were asked to
Carol Townsend. U.S. Alrforce basic military
to the City. Rep. William Wads- !I I Seven: Charles Clegg, John I training at Lackland AFB, Local Men Will indicate one-two-three how they
worth introduced the distinguished ,, felt the
Texas. governor's race would
Cody, Nancy Hargett, Terry
guests. .': Rawlins Carla Tucker Colleen The airman is a 1962 graduateof I Attend MeetingOf go both in their own county and
The honor guard of The Am- statewide.
,I j I Tucker. Lapel (Ind.) High School.
errican Legion was in charge of Mayor Burns led In both .
I I Eight-A: Tommy Duncan Forest ChapterThe tabulations
the flag raising ceremony. Rev. I I Tony Parker, Linda Bell Sue nosing out Bud Dickinson i I

Howard Porter, pastor of the Broadaway Sharon Patrick, Joann Bunnell StudentsTo Florida Chapter, southeastern 70 mentions to 67, In the
Bunnell Methodist Church and county tabulations end twice
Wilson. section, of the Societyof by
also chaplain of The American Eight-B: Patricia Robbie. American Foresters will hold as large a margin in the state
Legion Post, the Invoca Participate in
gave Its wide voting.
Nlne-A: Walton Cowart Anne spring convention at Daytona
tion and the benediction.
Bourne, Delores Deen, Vicky Science Beach May 78. Forty-two editors feel that
Bandmaster Walter Morris
King Johnnie Ruth Miller Sandra TrainingThe Dave Perryman of Bunnell is Mayor Burns will be elected
and several members of the
Bunnell School Band, provided I' Scott Janice Seale, Linda University of Florida in secretary-treasurer of the chapter governor. Dickinson got the nod

music for the occasion. I Skolar, Julie Kay Wilkins, KathyEmery. Gainesville and the U. S. Army and Jack Clegg will appear from 23. Although Scott Kelly

I Research Omce are bringing 207 r on the program. Both men are far outdistanced Jack Mathews

I! Nine-B: Arthur Ford Judy of the state's bright high school prominent In the, timber business in total mentions in both county

Perkins. students to the campus Sunday I here, and state categories, MatheWs

.- Health Board TemAr -Margie.. ,Lee TOakely, May 3, for tfitee day of special I Forest Land 'Taxation Is the was ultimate vIctor"In" h* eyes

Isabel Greene Catherine Hinson, science training. theme of the two day meeting. of five editors to Kelly's. thrw

Asks Kids Have : Stanford Robertson, Lewis SmI J Students or Bunnell iiign who A technical program- has been' No editor picked Robert High Ii

glelskl. will attend are Alton Ford scheduled, moderated by FrankA. or Fred Karl to win, although

Birth CertificatesThe Ten-B: Brenda Tucker. Elizabeth Lynn Bourne, and Joel Albert of Jacksonville forest three saw High as possible

Eleventh: None. Molyneux Instructor. The students counsel for the Florida Forestry leader in his county to two for :

State Board of Health to Twelfth: David Brown, Linda were invited, along with Association. Karl.

day urged parents who have Cody, Sue King, Alton Ford, Alllda 94 teachers for the First Florida Portions of the program will Only seven ballots left Bums ,

children starting to school ,this Tucker Junior Symposium in the Science Include presentations on "Forest name off while 13 failed to list

fall to obtain certified copies of Engineering and the Humanities. Land Taxation" by Gordon D. Dickinson. a contender. Their

the birth certificates immedi Bunnell Band In Lewis, U.S. Forest Service, Ashevllle mentions were dominantly! in

ately. t Ahe symposium is part of the N. C.; "Comptroller Views the one-two positions. By con i'

At the same time Everet H. Annual U. S. Army Junior Science and Assessments" by J. N. Aycoke, trait, Kelly piled up the major

Williams Jr., director of the Spring Humanities Program underwayat Director of Assessments Standards portion of his support as a possible

board's Bureau of Vital Statistics Concert I 19 universities across the nation Division, Jacksonville; "ACounty third place flnlihcr.

cautioned that hospital May Including the Massachusetts Assessor's Viewpoint" by
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birth certificates are not ac ept. Institute of Technology, Dogan Cobb, Levy County tax
Friday evening, May 1, at 1 8
ed by schools. Stanford, and West Point assessor; "The County Commissioner .
o'clock, the Bunnell High School Flagler County
Official birth certificates and Taxation" by Jack
are Band presents its annual Concert The students will be guestsof
issued by the Bureau of Vital In Flagler Gym. the University during three Clegg, Flagler County commissioner Kitchen Cookbook ,
Statistics and ; and "The View of the
some county Dressed in formal attire the days of lectures by some of its

health departments. Williams Band presents a program of leading scientists, engineers Taxpayer" by David C. Adklns Scheduled for TV
also advised against waiting too traditional and modern band and educators. Laboratory sessions executive Director of the Duval
to obtain birth certifi County Taxpayers Association
long a will augument the pro
music including such numbersas Favorite Recipes From Flagler
cation. He said Chapter business session is
"Although we gram.
: 'The Billboard March., County Kitchens Cookbook 'is
about 500 birth slated for the morning of 8. *. ,
are processing May
"Malagwena," "My Fair Lady," Tthey were nominated by scheduled to be on the Focus 2
certifications a day right now, and "Greensleeves." During the their high school principals on I program on TV Channel 2 at

we can give fast service. Later, program, ensemble and solo the basis of outstanding ability WISER SUCCUMBSIN I'' ItlS this afternoon. Mrs. Becky

during any last minute rush by medal winners of the recent and demonstrated scientific in VET HOSPITAL Clegg and Mrs. Pat Cowart will

parents, service will be slower.A District Contest, will perform terests. Final selection was Joseph Wiser! of Ocala and appear with the book and a f\

child can miss an entire year their special numbers. I I made by symposium directors. Flagler Beacn, passed away Friday visit with Broadcaster Ben Tsy.lor. .
of school unless a birth certificate The goal of the U. S. Army .
Traditionally, the Seniors of in the Veterans Hospital in
is obtained in time"Application the Band will be recognized and Research office is to show them Lake City after an Illness of several Mrs Clegg also said the book I

forms may be obtained will end the Concert with their In advance of their own planning months. will be sold on the street In

from a county health department final playing of 'Dixie." a broad spectrum of career Funeral services were held front of fuchgotts DepartmentStore

but a letter will be The public b cordially Invitedto possibilities In the various Monday morning from the Trinity In DsytonaBeach Thursday a

adequate if it contains all the attend this final concert of sciences. It hopes to give them Catholic Church of Ocala afternoon. On election day

essential information. the school year. insight into the types of problems and interment followed at the the cookbook will be on sale on I

Application must include the being investigated, the Memorial Park a downtown street here In Bun-
full name of the child; the full kind of life that the research: Cemetery.He nelL
SMALL CLAIMS is survived
by his wife !
name of the father; full maiden worker I leads, and the professional Members of the committee
Mrs.
Eva
Burned
COURT SESSION Wiser of i
name of the mother; the day, requirement to prepare inviting those looking for !
Ocala. Also .la
month, year, dty and county of Small Claims Court Judge Leona for such a life. I I brother and surviving sister one Mothers Day gifts to considerthe

birth; whether the child is male Jones said at the Wednesday The group will be greeted by one Cookbook. I

or female; and the child's rata morning session the had University President J. Wayne
WESKLER AT NAS The books contain more than "
The original birth certificate' one case settled out of court. Reitz Sunday evening, and will
number should be included if Also handed a default judgment hear an initial address by Dr. I: IN MISSISSIPPIJohn 465 recipes of flatter County ,i
Women who are willing to sharetheir
possible.U to Don Palmlre in the case Harry H. Slater, head of the unlvenits H Weksler, aviation favorites with
the child was born in another of Don Palmlre vs. Carl Ehlen- department of chemls electrician's third others. The 1
mate class recipes are In attractive vinylthree ,
state, the certificate must bach.plication.. try on the "Challenge to Mod. USX, son of Mr. and Mrs. Sydney ring binders. Publishingthe j;
be obtained from that state.A Science.'*
era
Weksler of Flagler Beach, Cookbook Is a project of the
full photocopy or a wallet. recently reported for duty at the Women Society of Christian
sized birth registration card uncased The board also that Most
suggested specie of sharks bearliving Naval Auxiliary Air Station at Service of the First Methodist
in plastic may be obtain. before starting the first grade, young, called pup The Meridian Miss. Church of BunnelL

ed from the bureau. The type the child have all the basic fnoculations shark pup Is completely on Its Weksler, who entered the serv

wanted should be specified. A against whooping own from the moment. of birth let In
September 1982 attended!J A total of 27 porpoises have
fee of one dollar for each copy cough polio, smallpox diphthe being totally Ignored by the Ohio State University Columbus,I I I been born at Msrinetand ,of

or card must accompany the ap- eta and tetanus lockjaw mother. Ohio. Florida since December 23,1939.fr .







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ity toi.provide leadership and sound business policy in government. The rest can only prom=;

ise what they might do. Haydon Burns has been elected mayor Jacksonville five times in the

first primary by the people who know him best and soundly endorse his proven leadership.We .

the undersigned citizens of Flagler County, Florida, endorse Mayor Burns in

his candidacy for Governor of the State of Florida and ask that you go to the polls on May

5th and, vote 'for\ a man, . with. proven ability.; : L ... '. . a'

George M. Moody. Wilmeth H. Likens ,,,*' '.' Tommy Durrance '

R. Sturman 'r M. B. Fuller Gwen M. 'McGriff

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Geo. E. Wickline ( Thomas Diamond I Victor E. Buckles

Leona M. Knight ,. Mary Dockendorff Cora L. Buckles ,:

-._' Walter ''E. Knight <<... ,". Arthur S. Dockendorff \',) r;.-.".. W. W. Deen W4* ;:

George Moody Sr.' "r .... :.,. Nancy M. Dockendorff ., Freda Deen ,:r:"
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Mary Ketus Holland: ,I : Harry E. Bullock : ''>: ; -!-. J. D. Barber,. '

H. R. HuntLeonard Mary E. Bullock J. L. Crews 4":-!
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Levi L. Brannam, Sr. Walter M. Green ,N y a Curtis Rodgers

Melba G. Brannam Eula Fuller '
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BROWNIE TROOP VFW AUXILIARY U. S. D. A. CHOICECHUCK
ENJOYS HELD ELECTS OFFICERS
TRIP THURSDAY THURSDAY NIGHT '.
Twenty members of Bunnell Mrs. Mary Smith was elected ROAST lb.39w''
Brownie Troop 701 went on a to serve as president of the VFW ,a
field trip.to Stefllk's potato farm Auxiliary for the new year at
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Thursday. the Thursday night meeting.
They saw potatoes being har. She will succeed Mrs Rose Pan-
vested In the field and hauledto chella who is completing her Bone ROAST lb. 4.9
the potato packing plant. year as president.
There they were washed, graded, Senior Vice President will be .
and bagged to be shipped to Myrl Thatcher; Junior Vice U. S. D. A. CHOICEROUND
market President will be Alice Johnston;

Each Brownie was given a bagso Treasurer, Jean Palczewski;
they could take some potatoes Chaplain, Clarice Taylor; Guard, STEAK lb. 79'Lean
home with them. Stella Layton; Conductress, Be. .
The following leaders and atrice Cockrell.
adults accompanied them on the First, second and three-year rt
trip: Mrs. Walton Johnston, Mrs. trustees: are Madge Johnston, Western ,. ' Smoked (Whole or Half)
Michall Pazyniak, Mrs. Hubert Naomi Pellicer, and Joyce Pat.
Pellicer, Mrs. Cecil Rider, Mrs. rick.The PORK STEAKS PICNICS I I
Louis Stefllk. Mrs. Richard H. Auxiliary voted to con. ,
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Hospital fund, $25 to the Senior (Sliced Free)
Class trip and $5 to the Alaska
After a visit with her parents, disaster fund. They also votedto Fresh Florida Grade "A"
the Henry Bardltskys of Flagler sponsor a Brownie Troop. TURKEY NECKS 4 $i00
Beach, Mrs. Andy Anderson and lbs. FRYER PARTS

children returned to their home AVIATION GROUP OX TAILS 4 lbs.x100 lb.
Thursday In Atlanta. ENJOYS COOKOUT BREASTS 59C
They were accompanied there THURSDAY NIGHT
by Mrs. Harry Atkinson and A group of local citizens In. PIG TAILS 5 Ib,. $100 DRUMSTICKS lb. 59C
three children who visited for terested in aviation enjoyed a
several days. They were Joined cookout at the airport hangar HOG MAWS 5 Ib,. ::1: GIBLETS lb. 49C
there by Mr. Atkinson Saturdayfor Thursday night. The occasionwas PIG FEET
the return trip home Sunday.Mrs. in celebration of George M. 6 Ibs.Ibs.. 1 ,"b.
Anderson will be remembered Moody receiving his private 11. NECK BONES WINGS 29C
as the former Penny Bar. cense, G. H. Neeley's birthday 6 $100NECKS ,"b.
t ditsky of Flagler Beach. anniversary and Virginia BACKS 9*
\ Moody's solo flight
the affair were Mr. Our Value 303 Can
Enjoying)
Guests of Mr. and Mrs. Jimmy Hellmann's Real
and Mrs. Rodgers Turner, Mr. For $ Quart
H. Knight of of Haw Creek the TOMATOES 8 1
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Mrs. Virginia Parquett and four Mrs. Carl Bratcher and family, Osage (With Snaps) 303 Can
Billy Gibson, Gary Watson, and For $
children of Neptune, N. J. FIELD PEAS 6 1
Mr. and Mrs. George M. Moody
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Miss EullneBrock has returned Mr. and Mrs. L. Watson
to resume her studies at' the were in Jacksonville Tuesday $1 .

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by the serious illness of her which will be May 15. CORN 10 cS $100 & 38C

father, Joe Brock.
GIRL SCOUT NEWS Limit 1 with $5.00 or more food order

The following girls of Troop Pillsbury's (Plain or Self-Rising)
Mr. and Mrs. Walter Knight
received Active
958, Bunnell,
were In Tampa during the week DAIRY SPECIAL
Citizen badges at the April 23rd -
,
end visiting with Mr. and Mrs. FLOUR
Karen Clegg Lady
meeting:
Horace Locke, Mrs. Gladys Rodgers, Mary Cbok, Sharon Southern Dell (Limit 2 Please)

Starkley and other relatives. Pache, Joy Lee, Kay Perryman, OLEO feT I fOe
5 B'.b
Mrs. Locke and Mrs. Starkley, ; 380 ,
and Mrs. Knight are sisters. (More on page 8)
Limit 1 with $5.00 or more food order FROZEN FOODS -

.. MI Singleton 10 Oi. Pkg.

FRESH PRODUCE BREADED SHRIMP 49cFarm

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1 FreshCUKES
HERE'S HOW Our ValueSHORTENING
For
FLORIDA'SSENIOR 4 190

) jjjj SENATORSPESSAE&E lib. Cello Bag

.' ) EL. CARROTSLarge Z For 150 3 Tin Ib. 3CELERY

HLLN Stalk

Each Limit 1 with $5.00 or more food orderzoo
STANDS ON MEDICAL ASSISTANCE 9c

Senator Holland strongly supports medical assistance r vv"><
to Florida's older citiztns. Two proposals have FREE
been offered . Medicare and the Kerr-Mills op- 50 FREE 50 FREE
proach. Medicare offers only limited hospitalization GIFT BOND STAMPS
and Is financed by additional Social Security taxes With purchase of GIFT BOND STAMPS GIFT BOND STAMPS
administered by the Government. It covers all old (1)) 13 Oz. Can CARYL< With purchase of With purchase of
persons, rich and poor, but does not cover doctor .RICHARDS "Just Won(1) 48 Count Pkg. $5.00 or More Food
bills. On the other hand, Kerr-Mills coven both hospital derful" Hair Spray LIPTON'S TEA BAGS Order
and doctor bills and protects only those who Coupon Void After Coupon Void After Coupon Void After

our have states the need.with It large Is financed Federal and support.administered Our entire by Sunday, May 3, 1964 Sunday, May 3, 1964 Sunday May 3, 1964 f

Florida delegation 'In Congress voted for the Kerr-
Mills approach. Our state legislature approved it .t'
did 36 of our states and .
for a two year period as ;.
territories. We are committed as a state and nationto ':
try the Kerr-Mills approach for two years. If
changes are necessary, we can make them to assure I
medical assistance to our older citl- i
adequate ,
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SIX THE FLAGLER TRIBUNE, BUNNELL, FLORIDA Thursday, April 30, 1964

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| Chamberof Commerce says. preserve its quality have not through a press to spaghetti-like

My Favorite Motor Vehicle "Passenger automobiles totaled been determined, but the scientists I strips onto a moving belt and

2,373,812, up 6 per cent; believe the product will I dried in a stream of heated air.

Sirloin SteakStroganoff I Licenses Show trucks numberer 323,218, a gainof need little or no refrigeration. 'The dried strips are then ground

4 per cent; trailers 217,582, up t Especially prepared concen into powder.IN .

Record NumberMertor 4 per cent; house trailers 112 trated grapefruit Juice Is whipped .

II 351 8 cent and buses into a stable foam to make .
vehicle licenses of all up per ; TUtU CIRCUIT COURT, SEVENTH
While beef Is plentiful, take came to 7,810, up 6 per cent the powder. The foam is pushed JUDICIAL ('..\CUIT. IN
AND FOR ,
of Its reasonable types Issued In Florida passedthe FL..UU.tUlCOUNTY.
advantage The balance included 36,501 mo I FLORIDA. IN CHANCERY. VASE
3 million mark for( the first - - -
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It often In a --- --- NO. 4N52PRENTICE
price and serve tor cycle and scooters, up 7 percent I E.
of ways, suggest food time last year, Increasing 4 percent I HOLT.Plaintiff.
variety
and various miscellaneous .
I ,
specialist with the Florida Agricultural over the preceding year, QUALIFIEDVfl i vs. Divorce
such demon.
categories as HOLT.
.
MARION
Extension Service.Pot the same gain as the national
( strators and duplicates. State Defendant.
avetage, the Florida State iI NOTICE TO APPEAR
roasts rate tops on the list and local agency vehicles are I THE STATE MARION OF HOLT FLORIDA, TO

of favorite beef dishes. Make roaster. I included but federal vehiclesare iI 223 E M. X.
several beef heavy frying pan or excluded from these tabu. Findlay Ohio
them from any of Sprinkle over the top I.4 envelope Tou are hereby notified that a
or chuck, round lations. suit for divorce has been filed
cuts :shoulder dried onion soup. Spreadover k against you In the above entitled
steaks or roasts. this one can undiluted "The number of Floridians I cause and you are hereby requiredto
Plaintiff's Attorney
serve upon
car last
per passenger year
This recipe for a pot roast cream of mushroom soup. Cover whose name and address appearhereon
stood at 2.38 compared with 2.751 your written e
calls for round steak: Brown Bake at 325 degrees for about de'eulf
pan. I II any to the Complaint I In
two pounds of round steak In a I two hours or until tender. nationally. The state Is ranked I ,! on or elfoJcrte e 9th day of May
sixth by this low passenger-per i 1964, pro confesso willbe [
I Serves four. Warning! Use only, d entered against you.
car figure. WITNESS hand' and seal of
F
my
i a tiny bit of salt, If any, because I said Court this 7th day of April
"The number of
CLASSIFIEDADS larger car I 1964.
r onion soup Is salty.A I
registrations In Florida, W and (SEAL) E A..SMYTHE
II basic Beef Stroganoff pro. Clerk of said Court
WW licenses, has been climbing
Wm. L. WADHWORTH
vldes fine family fare any day
rapidly In recent years. Last Solicitor for Plaintiff
of the 'Week. For a truly de. P O. Box 896
year this category gained 5 per Bunnell, Florida 32010
Listing ...... 0" *...".. ,.' clous Beef Stroganoff try this i cent but slipped in its proportion "He 1 Is well qualified for April 9-U-23.30-Uc
..
cent per word .aeb .1 II recipe with sirloin steak: I
IS Ma. U minimum chart of the total cars, giving I his new position, and his REQUEST FOR 111119Sealed
%, cup flour j bids will be received In
Craft boat evidence that the demand for many friends will wish him the office of the City Clerk of the
FOR ,SALE-14' Duo I 1% teaspoons salt I of
well as he rises the City Bunnell. Florida In the
is Medium
them slackening. governmental
motor electric Civic Center Building on or before -
and trailer, 35 hp % teaspoon pepper "
also ladder. 12:00 o'clock noon on the 18th
sized cars with plain tags
starter, front controls, windshield 1 pound sirloin steak II, day of May. A. D. 1964, for the
dropped slightly in proportion to ,, following materials:
PANAMA CITY HERALDPaid
equipped, !
completely perfect (cut *inch thick) 1.800 150, 21
Call 439- I the total. flash U.ct rcrronct lt
joint
condition. $40Q.
% cup butters margarine, or
2379. 4-30-ltc. salad oil "Small cars, with D licenses,I pipe or equal.

were up 14 per cent in number Four (4) 4-Inch tees two (2)

'FOR SALE-New and used lumber %y. cup water diced onion to reach 310,155 last year j jI 4-Inch plugs and crosses two four(2) 4(-H lnch 4-lncn ells

almost enough to build a cup I and also stepped up In share I II for above pipe
1 can undiluted chicken soup Price quoted must be F. O.B.
home, $450.00. Also double bed, I of the total. This same trend I i Bunnell by motor vehicle carrier.

double coil spring and mattress, 1 sliced pound fresh mushrooms, i was shown by cars for hire and Bid The should City specify Commissioners delivery reserve date.

$10.00 Frank Mandzlara, Deen taxis. Togther they numbered the right to reject any and all bids
1 cup sour cream and to accept the bid that In its
Road Box 7. 4-30-ltp 46,866, a 10 per cent gain which judgement will be for the best Interest
Chopped parsley or dill of the. City of Bunnell Flor
Paid
resulted in a larger part of the Political Advertisement
FOR SALE-56 Plymouth wagon, Rice (enough to serve 6)) For By Kynea Campaign Fund, Ida.WITNESS hand and official
total. my
2' door, stick, V8, no rust, real Combine flour, salt and pep. Ronnie Spencer, Chairman seal this the 21st day of April.
A. D, 1964.
clean. Inquire at Flagler Beach per. Pound seasoned flour Into REQUEST FOIL BIDS Shelton B Barber,
Sealed bids will be received In
Hotel Barbershop 11 A. M. to 7 sirloin steak. Cut meat Into TO BE POWDERED the office of the City Clerk of theCity City of Bunnell, FloridaATTEST

P. M. Closed Wednesdays.April strips 1% Inches by 1 Inch. GRAPEFRUIT JUICE Civic of Center Bunnell.Building Florida, on or In the before Nancy :C. Rodgers, City Clerk

30-Itp Melt butter, margarine 'or Already being market-tested, 12:00: o'clock noon on the 4th April 23-30-2tc
day of D. for the
May A.
1964
IN TIIR COURT OK
THE COUNTY
salad oil in deep fry pan and powdered grapefruit Juice may : JUDGE KI.AGLKH COUNTY,
SEW NOW-PAY LATER On Re. brown meat strips, turning fre soon become a new products on fogInfi) Series A-741 V-Notch FLORIDA IN PRORATE.
Chlorlnator. manual control
Needle In re1: Estate of
possessed 64 model Swing
quently.Add the market capacity 10 pounds per 24 EDA HART WILKIN8

Dial-0-Matlc, fully guaran diced onion, water, Developed by scientists of the lace hours&, manufactured Tiernan Inc., or by equal.I'rlces Wal. Deceased
teed, does hundreds of fancy quoted must be F. 0.B. To All Creditor and Persoashaving
chicken and mushrooms.Cook U. S. Department of Agriculture'sAgricultural
soup 1 Bunnell with| Installation super.vlsed. Claims or Demands Against
stitches makes 'automatic buttonholes ,
uncovered over low heat Research Service Said EstatesYou
buttons The City Commissioners and each of you are hereby
: reserve
sews on mon until mixture thickens and apd others, the new powder dissolves t the right to reject any and all bids notified and required to present
.. ograms, embroiders, etc. Assume and to accept the bid that In Its any claims and demands which you
to'
meat is tender (about 45 min. In cold water make
either have
or of you may against
4 Judgment will be for the beat interest
:5 of $7.75.
remaining payments utes to an hour). Just before a nutritious grapefruit juice I of the City of Bunnell. Florida the estate of Eda Hart Wilkins,
2538106. deceased, late of Calhoun '
Phone Daytona serving, stir In sour cream. I with a remarkably fresh flavor. WITNESS my hand and official Alabama, to the County :ru.nti
April 23-2tp seal this the list day of April. Flatter County, Florida at his office
Transfer to serving dish and Mrs. Susan C. Camp, nutrition. A. D. 1964. In the house of said
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-' court
FOR RENT-unfurnished 2 bedroom garnish with chopped parsleyor ist with the Florida Agricultural Shelton B Barber, County at Florida withinsix
City of Bunnell. r3ATTEST calendar months from the time
duplex apartment, carport dill. Serve over fluffy beds" Extension Serice, says that storage : of the first publication of this
notice. Each claim demand shall
1 Nancy C. Rodgers. City Clerk or
and screened porch. Call ID 7- of rice. Serves 6. temperatures required to April 2J-JO-2tc be aJ in writing and shall state theadde
--- of ethee post office
3304. April 16-tf of claimant, and shall
r be iworn to by the claimant, his
MAN WANTED to manage and agent, or attorney and any such
claim or demand not so filed shall
operate a retail Watkins Routein be void.

-this area. (Would consider WHEN : As EUGENE executor I* HART.of the Last Will

lady 40 to CO years old.) Earn May 5,1664 and Wilkins Testament, deceased.of Eda Hart

ings of $125.00 per week from April 23-30 &: May 7-14-4tc

the very beginning. For personal IN TUtU COURT OF THE COUNTY

Interview In your home, write WHERE JIIXJK. KLAC.I.RIl COUNTY,
:
FLORIDA. ritOUATE.
Mr. McGarity, P.O. Box 627, Wll Flagler County IN HE: Estate of
Margaret Ann Buteux.:
Baton, Florida 32696. Deceased.To .

April 16.3tc . All Creditor and PeraensHaving
Claim or Demand AcalMt
FOR SALE bedroom house WHO: : Said Kitatei
Louis M. Steflik You and each of you are hereby
and furnishings located on 2 notified and required to present pany
claims and demands which "
lots at SE corner Lambert and you or either of you. may have
$5,995.: For informa against the estate of Margaret Ann
Chapel
WHAT Buteux. deceased late of said
tlon call Mrs. L. L, Harris, : Commissioner County, to the County Judge. of
County Dist. 1 Flazler County, Florida at his of-
437.3474 4-9-4t p flee In the court house of said
Couuty at Bunnell. Florida within
TOR SALE or B.nt-3 bedroom six: calendar months from the time
Good of the first publication of this notice
'For Government
unfurnished home on Lehigh St. and a Two copies of each claim or
WHY demand shall be In writing, and
Flagler Beach. Contact Georg shall state the place of residenceand

Moody, Sr., liE 9-2137. TI Better Flagler County claimant post and office shall address be sworn of the to

by the claimant agent, attorneyand
WANTED IRONING to do at m;Y accompanied by a filing fee
of one dollar and such claim or
home, reasonable. Pick up & de demand not so filed shall be void.S .
livery. Phone ID 7-3C69. / / Ernest C. Buteux

10-24-tf Louis M. Steflik administrators/8/ Helen J. of ButeuxAs the Estateof


SEPTIC _TANK cleaning; drab 00[ deceased.First Margaret publication. Ann April Buteux.9. 19(4.

fields Installed; snail shell. Rea April t-U-23-30--4tc3Ha0lrr

enable prices. Call George Ja

roz. ID 7.3110 8-W
lghr Srtbunr

CONSTIPATED 1alnln
To prove PUUN-BVAC IIVNNRLL FLORIDA
Prune*. Flg Bonn U world
Smo-o-lhest. best and moat naturi
laxative. hurry toMOOD" MRS. Yo B. FULLER Editor


for generous lor FREE"PHARMACY 0. Onr a.u.lrua 1,000,0.1 0/ S t'MW'ax Designated OflUlal ....IIe.....

told abaettu ,ear. Y.t + for ....U. Notices .( FlaglerCe

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JOHNSTON'SCC mm* the Slat .( Florid



LOTS HOMES OCEAN FROM .... Entered as second class matter
WATER FRONT FARMS '' February 6, 1911. at the postofflcat

ACREAGE Bunnell. Florida, under act of

g.. u for TOUT reed .stat ntd March 2. 1ITC.

Office Phone IIE 9-2242

Residence Phones ID 7.3691 Paid Political Adr. One year -IX-M

or ID 7-3317 I Six months .........._.aU.PAGE .

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April 30, 1964 THE FLAGLER TRIBUNE, BUNNELL,, FLORIDA PAGE SEVEN
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Gardening In FloridaBy Agricbusiness, Not I ,",'

Henrey Sharpe) Tourism Is Biggest I' 4

Watering hedge is like THE MEANING OF
spanking a child-you've got to When you see the large number
of out-of-state license plates
do a good lob to be effective. )
on Florida highways all year,
Teasing a dry, drooping hedge it's easy to believe that tourism I SOUTHERN ASSOCIATION ACCREDITATIONBy
with a dust settling dole of water is our biggest business. This is
is not preventing trouble but misleading though. I ( Z. D. Holland, Supt. Public Instruction, Flagler County)
is merely postponing It. Tourism ranks second to agribusiness
It is agreed that miserly application say economic special. Bunnell High School has enjoyed Southern Association Accredi-
will keep the water ists with the Florida Agricultural
bill low and the hedge leavesas Extension Service.Agribusiness tation status for several years. This has proven to be a powerful
green and as crisp as the a giant complex stimulus toward the upgrading of the instructional program over
dollar bills you save. But stingy Includes those industries the years. In addition, it has placed a stamp of quality and accept
watering during droughts brings which produce agricultural prod ability upon the school which has greately helped its graduates in
roots within the top inch of the ucts, and all firms which utilize gaining admission to colleges and universities throughout the Nation.
soil.Later II the products or serve agricultural
plants may succumb- producers. The last evaluative study of Bunnell High School's program of
Indirectly, perhaps, because of Thespectrum of Florida's studies occurred in 1960. At this time every area of the instructional
shallow roots.S6 I agribusiness ranges all the way program was carefully studied and evaluated. The qualifications\ and
often you'll pay triple the from farming to transportation
cost of water you should have processing, manufacturing methods of teachers and administrators came under careful scrutiny.
used In replacing stunted or wholesaling and retailing. About Buildings grounds, facilities, and equipment were carefully comparedto
dead plants.If I 3,700 manufacturing plants in the high standards of the Southern Association criteria. The study
rain is inadequate to "make I Florida use agricultural products concluded when a committee of eight outstanding educators came into -
the moisture meet" every week I as their principal raw materials the community and studied the entire program of the school. ,Dr.,
10 then soak the roots
or days, or produce items primarily
with water from the hose. Soak for agriculture. Harland C. Merriam of Stetson University served as chairman of the
the soil to a depth of 5 to 6 i There are about 15,000 retail committee. The committee offered some criticisms, many commendations -

inches.. businesses which comprise partof and some recommendations for improvements. ,The report was
Fido's TracksIt the agri-business complex by very favorable.
is exasperating to find thata selling products mainly from
night prowling pooch has agriculture and forestry. And Regional Accrediting Agencies have long been recognized as es-
gamboled up and down the full the ,375,000 Floridians employedin sential in that coordination is needed between schools throughout the
length of a newly planted flower that either farming or other agribusiness nation. The population of the United States is highly mobile. It is
bed. Since it appears represents about 40
the exhilarating feel of soft per cent of the state's total em recognized that approximately one in every nine families In this
earth attracts the mutts, you ployment.All country moves their place of residence at some time during a given
have to defend newly dug flower in all the annual sales yea Many of these moves are made between states and often between
beds with something not so value of agribusiness In the different regions or sections of the nation. Transfers of students

soft.After those state exceeds $3 billion to make between schools in different schools and states is made possible
transplanting agribusiness No. 1 In Florida.
dime-a-plece plants, try pro largely because of the coordination which comes about through the
tecting them with lengths of regional accreditation agencies. ""
clippings. Prunlngs Earth's own clock, the speedof
thorny rose
from climbing roses are ideal. its revolutions varies slightly.The The question often arises ; "Are the schools in my community
Place the stickers every few earth sometimes speeds up providing a quality education ?" In attempting to answer the first
inches where the prowling animal then slows down though the question asked would be "Are they accredited by the Southern ''As
infinitesimal.
Is likely to Invade the plant differences 1680 to are 1800 the earth sociation?" If the answer Is "yes" then it is reasonable to assume'
intervals of a footor From
bed so, then on at the 'rest of the bed. clock "lost" 27/100th of a second. that the school is offering quality education. A close examination
Short lengths of barbed wire From 1800 to 1900 it "gained"30100th would reveal a more precise picture of the school's performance.When I
are a substitute for thorny of a second. a person goes to a doctor for treatment ho is interested in
clippings. knowing whether he is a licensed Doctor of Medicine. When ho Ices
Usually the errant dog smells I the first of June. his credentials displayed in the waiting room he knows that ho can
danger and won't endanger his You should have a cuttingbox
place confidence in the
feet or your prized plants there- which can be any container, man.
fore, can't be accused of be. preferably a box fixed to give
you
box Colleges and Universities require this typo of assurance relativeto
dumb animals. good drainage. Scale the
ing cruel to the educational of its for admission. Examination
Azaleas to fill your needs, but be sure background applicants -
Rooted azalea limbs like most that it is not too deep. Six of College catalogs reveals that graduation from an ac.
young brides-they do best Inches is plenty deep. credited high school is very often a definite requirement for admis-
when separated from their moth. When planning the cutting sion. Without question, Colleges and Universities place a high value
er's apron strings. Therefore, Inspect medium remember to get some of upon the accreditation status of the high schools from which its applicants
your azaleas.If gravel to use in the bottom
you discover a rooted limb, the cutting box. The gravel will come.Securing .
cut It loose from the mother insure adequate drainage.
and holding teachers of high professional and personal
suchas
humans, you've got Many media can be used
Like
to plant.coddle the new plant This sand 50.50 mixture of sand achievements is essential to having a good school. The non-nccredited
means checking to see that the I end peat, vermiculite or Similar school faces an almost Impossible task in competing with accredited
newly dependent plant is furnished materials. schools in the matter of securing and holding good teachers. Teach
with plenty of food and Before putting the media in ing personnel with high standards themselves will almost invariably
water. the box be sure that it Is sterile. refuse to associate themselves with a non-accredited school.
in the
is doing Sterilize the medium oven
When the new plant
In attempting to promote community development and attract
well give it a new home. As by heating at about 250 degrees
you know, it is hard to keep for one-half hour to one hour. industry, a community must take stock of its resources and institu
two housewives or two plants Newly purchased peat and tions. A non-accredited school or system of schools Is almost an Impossible -
happy in the same home. vermiculite should be sterile obstacle to overcome in this undertaking.
Now Is the time to get readyto and this heating process is un
propagate softwood cuttings. necessary. But before it Is reused ,Probably one of the most important advantage to be gained from
You will have best luck with I however, it should be accreditation is that it is a powerful stimulant to teacher, student,

cutting between now and and sterilized.-,-= --I and community morale. If accreditation Is lacking, the question of
deficiencies and low quality Is Immediately suggested. With accreditation

LET THE PEOPLE CHOOSE! goes the confidence that "we measure up and we are acceptable."

II Even more importantly than the above advantages of regional Accreditation .
is the fact that in the South the Southern Association has

VOTE FOR been responsible for stimulating vast Improvements in the quality of
I public education through the yean. It has used accreditation to some II I I II

I degree as a prod for the upgrading of both public and private educa
EARLFAIRCLOTH tion. This has resulted in raising the level of instruction Moreover, I

& it is constantly revising its standards In the light of current progress
4 In the area of educational methods and techniques. Accreditationserves

to set worthy goals toward which schools must work to retain -
their accreditation status. The standards themselves introduce

ATTORNEY GENERALA the collective information and practice which schools and school personnel -

PRACTICING LAWYER. . ;I 1 need to know to stay abreast of the changing time.

POLITICIAN It assure us that all areas of the curriculum and the program
NOT A PRACTICING are being considered and carefully compared to the standards whichare

BORN IN LEVY COUNTY. t universally, acceptable In educational circle over the nation.It .

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Univ. of Florida Law School Grs.> U good to know that this influence Is at work In Flagler County
Schools.
Practicing Lawyer for 14 Years. I.

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THE FLAGLER TRIBUNE: BUNNEUU FLORIDA
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LAWN PARTY FOR last, or a total of 316 eadj. The ings are the chief offenders.If --

SENIOR CITIZENSThe 1963 per capita cpnsumpTKtrt of these foods are used for
fJ milk In terms of milk and dairy picnicking, then keep them
Flagler Senior Citizens products was close to the ;J962 packed In Ice until time to eat.
(Continued from Page 5) will meet Tuesday, May 5, at figure of 636 pouhds. A 'doWn. Make certain your picnic foods

Jameslne WImberly, Susan Hlg- the home of Rev. and Mrs. Reyn ward trend In the use of creamIs are prepared under sanitary con 4

ginbotham, Pat Zimmerle, Lee old Hoover in Flagler Beach. expected to continue, along dltlons. If you plan to go to
Carol Baker, Lila Allen, Nancy This will be a lawn party, be. with the Increased consumptionof I a place where the water Is not
Creal, Becky Mercer, Betty ginning at 6 P. M. The club'sregular 1 low fat and skim fluid milk { safe, carry your own water.
Louise Stefllk, and Patricia meeting place, the Flag. products. I I You are cautioned to include
I
ler Beach Recreation Center, will I
Harding. a first aid kit with your picnic
be used as a polling place on
To receive these badges the supplies. Be prepared to combat
girls had to learn facts about i that day. Picnic Time Is Insect bites, cuts, bums,
Rev. E. Lester Stanton, theclub's I
'
.\our Hag, U.S. citizenship, responsibility scratches and poisonous plants.A .
to tax paid projects, chairman, said that mem Danger TimeBy final reminder: Before you I
bers had been asked to bring
leave the picnic douse
of basic freedoms, visita spot your
use our
folding tables and chairs, in ( Alma Warren) camflre with
and water and clean
plan
government agency addition to table service and I It's picnic time again. all debris and _
to help adults get peopleto up garbage.
ways food for a potluck supper. When you prepare foods for
Vote. In connection with the II a picnic, take care to plan foods
last two Items, the troop visited FARM EQUIPMENTIf
I not subject to food poisoning, 1i
the Bunnell Post Office on April
16th and have made several Stop Bud Drop ''health education specialists, ad. farmers today used 1940

posters to remind people to exercise vise.What I equipment and methods in agri
their privilege and rightto On GardeniasIf are some foods which culture, It would cost the house.

vote in the coming election. attract organisms that poison an extra $5 on her weekly grocery TW 3 GIRL. . Nancy Ames
you find most of your gardenia I food? Creamed dishes and bill. Through progress from I sings a satirical commentaryon
buds on the ground Instead i chicken. fish and egg salads, agriculture research though, we current events, live each
Miss Pat Niesen, daughter of of on the shrub, then you precooked hams that are not are saved an estimated $13 billion Friday night on NBC-TV's
Niesen have a problem common with thoroughly cooked in "That Was The Week That
Mr. and Mrs. Clarence re- potato a year farming production
of Bunnell, is now interning as many people, says horticulturist salad and custard-type pie fill costs. Was"IT'S
Charles Conover with the FlorIda
'surgical nurse at the Jackson
Memorial Hospital in Maml. Agricultural Extension Sere

She was accompanied to Miami ice.One
of the main reasons for .
by her parents and her roommate
Joyce Morris of Palatka. premature flower bud drop is TRADE N' TRAVEL TIME ff'1 YOUR CHEVROLET DEALERSSport
which
She is a student at Florida State root Injury, may occur as
University, Tallahassee. a result of nematode Infestation,
poor watering practices, poorly ,
drained soils, excessive fertilization
: Mrs. Bertie O'Brien has returned or mechanical Injury.
t, ''i; to Jacksonville after a Other reasons are insects and
,!short visit here with her brother weather.

>,and sister in law, Mr. and Mrs. For example, Conover pointsout f ref .
Homer Brooks She plans to return that insects 'often chew on
,}/ soon to spend some time the succulent flower buds. Two

,' with them. She is Mr. Brooks' of the most common are thrips
'H sister and aphids, which are very

small and may go undetected
11 until considerable damage to

'JUNIOR{ CHOIR the bud has been Inflicted. Con-
',ENJOYS WEINER over recommends a phosphatic

,ROAST TUESDAY .... insecticide such as malathion,
\ The Junior Choir of the First but cautions against improperuse

\,j Baptist Church' had a weiner I since such insecticides
11r
roast Tuesday afternoon after sometimes cause damage on certain '
/
I : choir rehearsal. The group went varieties of gardenia
( to the home of Mrs. Frank Clegg I

: ;where they enjoyed horseback
:, riding and baseball No Increase In '

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Mrs. Katheryn Perryman, Mr. Grocery PricesThe
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Cody and Mrs. Eleanor groceries you buy probe
,IMatherly.I ably won't cost more this year,
I I but eating out will, predicts Dr.
Ralph A. Eastwood, marketing
economist, Florida Agricultural
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Extension Service.Dr. .
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out that
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weekend Mr.. and Mrs. R. I.. .
since 1953: the cost of eating
Clark, and Mr. and Mrs. B. S. ever .
from home has increased
Clark of Savannah, Ga. Theyare away
at about 2% per centa
Mrs. Johnston's brothers.
yeat. .
The total expenditures for

Mrs. Nazhla Trad has return. food are expected to gain by
ed to her home after a visit In slightly more than 3 per cent
,\ Miami with her son in law and this year. Beef and poultry

, daughter, Mr. and Mrs. Jack products are up in supply. Supplies
..Holland. of red meats other than
beef below last
are year.

Blon Matherly has returned to During 1963 the per capita "l P.j"7!(" : .
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5 different ways to make a big splash '

Due to the duties of the Registration sIt's
without going overboard on price ; a.

office at this time I realize I will ,".
get-the-cotUge-retdy time. Put-the-bot-in-the-w time. Baseball time. Trade 'N'

Travel Time at your Chevrolet dealer's. Time to get out of that wintertime rut, into one
not be able to contact each of you of Chevrolet's five great: highway performers. -

Now it's easy to go on vacation first class-without paying a first-class price. In a

before election day. luxury Jet-smooth Chevrolet, for exunpl ThU beauty rivals Just about any car in styling, .
performance and comfort. Or try a totally new type of tra\'elln the youthfully styled

ChereUe. Lots of room inside-yet nicely sized for easy handling.
'; I earnestly solicit your vote and' Now thrifty Chevy II has hfll-flatfenlng power. Unique Comic '

offers extra power that accents its road-hugging reu engine traction.
I support to elect me TADETWYEl And the exciting Corvette speaks for Itself

liE Yes, right now is new car time. T-N-T Time. Time to get the most

fun from a new car. To get a great trade oa your old ore. To get a
SUPERVISOR OF REGISTRATION rMx.rr.M..r--- big choice at:your Chevrolet detlerV. Coma on hiewcx '
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Carefully I I,, fabric. polish them. Wrap and store I LOOK !
" Before storing your winter in boxes, away from dust. Mil
Store your winter clothes care clothes, clean the storage area dew attacks leather so be sure BARBER SHOP NOW OPEN
'.' fully now so they will be In I I thoroughly. Anti-moth sprays there is plenty of air circulating
good condition next fall, says ,help protect storage areas. Store where the leather goods are I 5 DAYS EACH WEEK
Miss Elizabeth Dickinson, cloth- stored.
:garments In tightly-wrapped pa. I
t fng specialist with the Florida 'per packages, airtight boxes Hats, too, call for special attention. FLAGLER BEACH HOTEL
Agricultural Extension
Service. and chests and garment bags. Brush them thoroughly.
Store only clean garments.The If you use a cedar chest, be Fill the crowns with wadded tissue CHILDREN'S HAIRCUTS $1.25
longer you neglect spots I sure all garments are free of paper. Add a moth
and stains, the more stubborn I moths. Cedar oil vapor kills tatlve to the boxes preven'l I 11 A. M. to 7 P. M. Closed Wednesdays
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Moths relish
soiled small larvae, but not older, big. them in.
: \ clothes, too. Wash and dry _.
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ments. Don't starch them. Let I
your dry cleaner handle other I TIIE FLORIDA FAMILY DICKINSON (IA Daily Feature)
soiled garments. Point out spots JOHN DANIEL WHEN I'M <}Ol4r/*>VOX WANT
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VOUR
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DICKINSON' ,VDU'RE A \ OUR PARKS, FORESTS, LAKES
and stains !
b to him. Be
sure to I ii PUSH ME \UJCKy BOX..GROWIN3 OUR ADULTS AND TOURISTS,TOOB7HWVEON- 1 WATERWAYS AND BEACHES PROTECTED
i mention any instructions for] ON SWINE) UP IN FLORIDA J BYA DYNAMIC STATE
care given on the hang tags. DADDY. .OUTDOOR// CONSERVATION PROGRAM
It's a good idea to keep a file I I LIVING IN OUR 4I > OUR
of these tags, with a notationto 1 BEAUTIFULSUNSHINE GREAT
which garment each applies.Be NATURAL
1 STATE, RESOURCES
sure garments are free of AVUST
moths. Brushing, sunning, cleaning r NEVER BE
and washing all rout moths. 7 r RUINED CARELESS BV
Ferret out moths by thoroughly] POLICIES!
brushing pockets, folds and !II .
seams. Brushing and sunning
gets rid of moth eggs and larvae w Ntf.O
which do the damage. O
Don't use plastic hangers. Re-1 ,.
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any other plastic ornaments be-

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Hon. Murrey (Pit SIMStote "
We submit that Dan Warren State I
Attorney (Ret.) respectfully as our

< 1926-1955--# ;;: r Attorney, has proven himself to possess the rare combination 1( '
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Attorney in Volusia, Flagler, St. Johns and :; ",


Putnam Counties, pledges to the citizens of ', .


the circuit that when elected to the office fii''j.j:



State Attorney he will never: ".

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', ability and integrity of Joseph A. Scarlett. Vote for and elect Joseph A. Scar . !


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WOKES' Wadsworth play Wednesday. C. Johnston 14 6 431 VOTE FOR AND ELECT
I Thursday's action will closeout G.Roben5on 17 7 401

league play. Monday the Bun. R. Wethertngton 17 7 401 MARY E. SMITH ,
NOTES I nell Midget League champs will J. Geller 20 8 400 FOR :; .
play an allstar team picked by Hornsby 18 7 388 .
SOFTBALL '
MEETING I Jim Brown and Leslie Pache. M. Barber 19 7 367 SUPERVISOR OF REGISTRATION ,,0",
THURSDAY NIGHTA Also trophies will be given out M. Bacon 11 4 3EI6 FOR FLAGLER COUNTY
softball meeting will be MAY THE 5th
I Ito, the winning team.
held at the Civic Center Thurs. "
Will work In harmony with all other officials
day night Everybody Intrested STANDINGSWon ,
I I I Throughout the County
please attend. The time Is 8 SOIL MATH FOR
Lost % Your Support and Tour Vote for a Friend: Will Be
o'clock. I I Sheltons 6 4 GOO HOME GARDENERSAll Appreciatedraid

Bakers 7 4 600 I'olUt.al!: Adv
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gardeners should be
MIDGET LEAGUE IS I I Wadsworth 3 8 300 required to do a little homeworkIn

SLOWED UP BY RAIN TOP TEN SLUGGERS "soil math" In case he I
I I doesn't know what soil pIt Is. I e
Rain slowed up the Bunnell Ab Hits Avg
I Soil pH is an expression that
Midget League play Monday. Ty Whitaker 12 7 583 I
I I refers to the acidity or the alkalinity
The scheduled game had to be1 George Revels 13 7 538 I
of the soil, says Dr..
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rwrr rrr. .rn.N I I Extension Service. This is how,
w..r.nwMw.r.w w.r wwi I soil sourness or sweetness is
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[ The term pH Is represented by II I
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numbers ranging from to 14. A
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soil is most acid or sour, whilea I
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pi! of 14 tells us that the soil 1---- -
is most alkaline or sweet Sincea
soil that is half acid and half
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akaline Is neutral, then a pH
that is right in the middle
would be 7. 'Walton' Johnston Jr.

I Dr. Nesmith says that most
; ; ; crops grow best wh"n the pH For
::3 is around 55 to 65, or slightly
acid. Lime is used to sweeten SHERIFF of FLAGLER COUNTYYour
acid soils.However.
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soil pit Is not a i
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vote support will bo appreciated.
measure of fertility. lie ex.
plains that while the pit of a Paid Political Adv.
6unq tjoWt, 4 tcWt ptwty to't particular plot of ground may

j mean good growing conditions,
ndctlooll'xatt DYuq Sf o'u the soil may not contain enough
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plant food for efficient produc
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FRIEND OF THE PEOPLEAS

'" YOUR COUNTY AND JUVENILE JUDGE
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member of Daytona Beach Junior College Advisory
fi ' Board in Florida Patrol Auxilia-
I of what Corporal Highway
I I you ". ry. Six years as teacher and coach in Bunnell High
f' i r i,... School. Over 6 years as Judge. Available full time.
came for...stay through May! My home phone will not be unlisted between elec

I-< tions. I will have the time and energy.Re.pectfully .
":.',, Florida become: greener.Sides are bluer than they
:', have a right to be.And there's more toeing and ,
doing and living..all:yours for the taking. DUANE A. DEEN
P"M Pnlltfrnl Artr
The fish run bigger.The golf greens are smoother. -
The sun is brighter and the nights are gayer. (And
.\:- ,I accommodations are easier on the pocketbook!)
VOTE TO ELECTT.
ty Stay and see.Laugh Play.Enjoy all the things
: r Horidians know the year round. Who knows?-
xri ', O'"0 you might stay foreverlPOWER SHELTON BROOKS

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MAN WHO WILL SERVE FOR TilE INTERESTOF

THE PEOPLE OF FLAGLER COUNTY


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A Horse Disease; Steeping sickness affects the

' central nervous system In horses, WART

Sleeping racing SicknessSome fans Inevitably'I causing paralyzing brain the damage animal, and and RE-ELECT C. ILCommissioner CO

death. Characteristics
eventually
! ,,' claim that their favorite horse. of the disease are depression
I 5 always seems to fall asleep at crashing through fences For District No. 3
4 the starting post. and pacing In circles. As the County

This exaggeration Is improb disease gets worse, the animal
able, but Florida horse owners 1 sinks Into extreme depression,
have found that a more serious and stands in a sleeping position C. H. COWART has served as District 3 County Commissioners for 8 years.
slumber afflicts FloridaI with Its head down and Here is just part of the accomplishments of your County Board in the variousareas
I*,, w i horses. It's a fatal disease call- front legs crossed. Later the during these 8 years. C. H. COWART did not do any of this work alone,
t; 1 ed enchepalomyelitis, or sleepIng horse becomes paralyzed and BUT he did support and work for every project listed herein.
sickness will lie on its side. STOCKADE: The Board built a new, modern bnck stockade, bnck su
i : According to Dr. C. B. Plum. There is no specific treatmentfor perintendent's residence, equipment barn and work shop and converted old
w f; !* mer, Jr., veterinarian with the sleeping sickness, says Dr. residence into dental clinic suite.
f' :, Florida Agricultural Extension Plummer. A horse which survives
has for several split the Racing
*:, Service, sleeping sickness or the an attack will have the SCHOOLS The Board years Commis:1:1

.[1 ;i staggers Is often found in Flor- effects of brain damage after- sion Funds with the School Board. This year, due to refusal of FEC RR to
Ida horses,. but It is usuallY confined wards. pay any taxes, we revised our budget and gave School Board an addditional
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i counties: or areas within a horses can be protected againstthe and equipment for school paving.

I county. sleeping sickness by vacci COURT HOUSE: The Board has attempted to keep Court House clean,
11' I Sleeping sickness Is caused nation. Now Is the time of the in good repair, painted, and grounds well kept so that it may be a point of
:, ; by a virus. There are several year to vaccinate., before the I pride for our county. Most of the building has been air conditioned.
:' I types of viruses which may trigger mosquitoes and other biting In.
the Infection, but only two sects appear in large numbers.To VOTING MACHINES: The Board has provided five voting machines for
i types affect horses. Humans guard against the disease, the larger voting precincts in Bunnell and Flagler Beach.
may also contact the disease. horse owners should spray insec
ROADS: Working with the State Road Department we have-
However, the virus that Infects ticides and screen the stalls.
horses generally Is not contagious 1 Birds should be prevented from 1. Resurfaced Highways 11 and 100 to Bunnell.
to humans. roosting In barns or areas where 2. Rebuilt AlA through Flagler Beach.
Birds are carriers of the disease horses are kept, said Pummer. 3. Constructed John Anderson Highway. ,
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and transmit to man and 4. Constructed Espanola Road. I
horses through insects such as 5. Constructed St. Johns Park Road to the Lake. ,
mosquitoes. It is unlikely the O. F. ALFORD 6. Resurfaced Old Dixie Highway in Korona.
'I : infection travels from man to Registered 7. Resurfaced Old Dixie (Railroad Street) through Bunnell.
man or horse to horse via In Real Estate BrokerBunnell 8. Kings Road to be advertised for bids April 28th.
sects. A biting type Insect must II
get the virus from an Infected ,
oth __. _. arYNNJ Also, at county expense, the Board paved the Barney Trojan Road in Korona .
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improved Korona drainage, and Salt Road from AlA to ocean in northeast
I area of of the county.CHURCHES .

HAYDON BURNS : Wherever requested, the Board assisted Churches. in fixing
parking areas and filling and grading of Church building sites.

WELFARE AND HOSPITALIZATION: The Board continues to provideover
$6,000 a year for welfare and hospitalization. The indigent program, at c;
( ON CIVIL! RIGHTS the request of local doctor, was turned over to the State Board of Health

several years ago. The Board has not felt that taxpayers' money should

be used to pay medical costs on transients, or injuries resulting... from brawls,
(;i. ';:1"'"* Mayor of Jac&son- knifings, shootings, drunken driving, etc.

I i A J, and as Governor of AIRPORT: Without cost: to taxpayers, the Board has constructed hangar -
) ,a Florida, I have and will space, improved airport and appointed an Aviation Advisory Board to ,su
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;s peaceful picketing and FLAGLER BEACH: The Board has cooperated with the City of Flagler J
Beach in the following areas :
',,' lawful demonstrations.
\. ., But violence in. the 1. Furnishing labor and equipment for paving city streets
when
requested.
I streets will not be tolerated. 2. Furnished labor, equipment and some material for park

I / am vigorously op beautification. ,
< posed to the civil rights 3. Furnished labor, equipment and material for rebuilding .Ii
eroded beach barriers.
bill now before Con. 4. Paid part of expense of life guard each year. .'

t gress." 5. Cooperated with recent city waterworks program by providing

clearing V1 of well sites and right of way. ,

THE WRONGS OF CIVIL RIGHTSCivil 6. Flagler Contnbuted Beach bulldozing Park. grading and dragline work at


Rights Bill, 1963,ME II-PUBLIC ACCOMMODATIONSPublic 7. Continuous by City clearing Commission.and grading of city streets .as requested -

accommodations forbids discrimination based on BUNNELL The Board has cooperated with the City of Bunnell by
race, color, religion, or national origin in hotels motels 1. Furnishing labor and
restaurants, gasoline stations theaters and sports arenas. 2. equipment} for Paving city streets.
Anyone denied access could seek a court order prohibiting the Constructed and maintained canals for drainage of Bun
discrimination, or the Attorney General could do so If he felt nell.
that the purpose of the act would be "materially furthered"by 3. Assisted in preparation of football field. -

his intervention. 4. Assisted in Highway 1 and city park beautification program
j HAYDON BURNS SAYS: "This Is a clear In*..
Inn of property rights an attack on 'Free Enter 5. Continuous grading and clearing
prlie and the destruction of States Rights" of city streets as re-
( quested.

TITLE VI-fEDERAL FUNDS TAXES The County Board does not assess taxes.. It holds a hearing to receive

Gives Federal agencies authority to take affirmative action complaints, which are very few, and fixes necessary millage to provide
-including, as a last resort a cutoff of Federal funds for budget. The Board has never interfered with Tax
to end discrimination in Federally assisted programs such u of tax roll or making N .Asa Assessor in his preparation -
a.ssessments.
school or hospital construction or vocational training. believes taxes should be faIr and equitable member for all persons.of the Board C. H Cowart

I1AYDON BURNS SAYS: "ft threat of cut.
aft of Federal funds It sheer economic blackmail. NO INDEBTEDNESS, Your County Board does
These funds are our ew. taxes coming back U .. There are no bonds to pay off. There are no not owe any money..
interest
In form of aid programs such as milk to school. children on a sound as basis to pay Your Board operates
I old age isslstaBce. and M berth.k pay you go and carefully watches all expenditures.

TITlEVINOBDiSCfilMINATlONMakes OTHER COMMUNITIES: The Board has
ing in Espanola and acquired school buildin erected small community build-
it unlawful for union or management to follow practices and painted for ; in Haw Creek to be paired
that "deortvt any individual of employment opportune Community Building and has painted and re-roofed St.
tiea" eo the basis of race color, religion sex or national Johns Park Community Building. '" _
origin. A new Equal Employment Opportunity Commission
would seek court injunctions against discriminatory practicesU THIS IS THE RECORD. The above is not a list of t
conciliation efforts fail.IIAYDON the record. Please consider this record and vote to promises... It is only part 0

BURNS SAYS: TMs Is diabofeal
prevision actually making Uw Federal bureaumts
partners I la every business !. Florida aad giving
them virtual control over ktrUK and, firing of personnel " REELECTC
Business .mn.llt1IW' wt the sunday with
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HAYDON VOTE FOR BUR IS H Cowart County Commjssjicr.

-T FOR GOVERNOR For District Ho. 3PAGE

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Books Are My Dish of this book are splendid maps- to--Instruct.- It- -is a book for us

jlager; Iiech-- one a political map of China, .11-en. wedded, teenagees, and
(By Dorothy Romans) the other a relief map. In only children.

176 pages Is the distilled Information
The Harold Massies have
pre.
of hundreds of books HISTORY OF ORANGES
-THE COURT OF QUEEN BEACH SCHOOL HONOR ROLL sented a book to the FlaglerWoman's plus the personal information Oranges! have a long history.

AiuTHMETJcPRESENTED FOR FIFTH SIX WEEKS ory of the Club late Library Mrs. Margaret in memo obtained by the author.At They originated in China, and

BY FBES FOURTH GRADE Grade four-Sue Ellen Seale, Buteux. "America, The Beauti the moment, the fate of us were brought to India Italy and
all seems to lie in China. And Spain before arriving in thQ
Wayne Hutcheson.
The fourth grade of the Flag. ful" In the words of John F.
Grade five-Debra Johnson, those of us with any curiosityand West Indies with Columbus In
ler Beach Elementary School Kennedy, preface by Lyndon B.
delightful play Vicky Perritt, Pat Duncan, Pam Johnson, and superb illustrations thirst for knowledge would 1493. From there they eventuallycame
presented a
find much here to interest and to Florida.
McDaniel, Linda Smith, Sandra the I
to
Wednesday to the other five text provided by the
Abbott, Frederick Fruits. Country Beautiful Foundation
grades and many parents. .
Grade six-David Anderson,

'The Court of Queen Arithme Mike Bell, Cathy Duncan, Donna Inc.The
quotations all have .RWrecker
a no. 24 Hour
tic" was the title and It was Filkins, Janet Haines, Debbie .. -
bility of thought and are deeply Service
written by Glen Chaloner and Lucas, Kris Martel, Ann Meek-
inspiring. This book is Invalu
directed by Mrs. Ruth Somer- ins, Susie Peterson, Barbara
able also to students, teachers,
feldt, fourth grade teacher. Wilson. I and writers. It is history in the
(Continued on page 7B) Flagler Truck & Tractor Co
f The story evolved around a I making and could be the basis

school boy who hated arlmethlc for many articles and chapter MASSEY.FERGUSON

and had thrown his books and' THE BOOK NOOKDIM headings. A great addition to Grove Farm Industrial Equipment
.I the library.
papers away. The Queen summoned THUNDERBy
Lord Calculation who The Flagler Woman's Club VIRGIL DECKER Phone ID 7-3242
W. C. Gault
decided the punishment wouldbe Dim Thunder written by W. C. has also presented to the library Owner Bunnell, Florida
to take Arithmetic out of his I is in memory of Mrs. Mar
Gault a novel about the first
life and he would be given only days of automobile racing. garet Buteux "China," a Stonehenge .
chance his mind.' Book Loren Fessler
one to change by
Two boys who first race theirfather's
and the Editors of "Life." Mr.
first the cars grow up to be a.
At boy was delightedbut Fessler, author of the Interpretive PARK-IN CLEANERS
the Ladles of the Court and' mong the best racing driversof
text for this volume of the
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the Princesses reminded him the times.
"Life World Library" has made
Really a good book for thoseof Winter \'
that could
he not have Birthdays of Storage
a specialty Chinese historyand
because dates and years were II you who enjoy stories of men I
has ,
numbers with cars. been In China during PROTECT YOUR GARMENTS
and he couldn't buy World War II.

anything or earn money or tell Library Assistant, He is now at Hong Kong, the ALL GARMENTS INSURED
time because they all needed Tommy Kahlert.
listening post for what goes on
numbers. So the boy begged to in China now. The illustrations MOTH PROOFED

be forgiven and promised to RUN TO KANSASBY are brilliant, In color by
many
learn his Arithmetic. I Robert E. Card the VV LTJOHNSTONAGENT
Cartier.
great photographer,
This book tells the story, II
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I Brisson. At the front and back
Cast of characters
were: which is both extraordinary and

Queen Arithmetic, Stella Weaver fast paced, of what happens
; Princess Addition, Eula Lee when Tom Butler is forced to .

Moody; Princess Division, Char. flee on horseback from his family .

lotte Dodimead; Princess Sub. homestead In Illinois aftera .
traction, Sue Ellen Seale; Prin. fight. EARL j

cess Multiplication, Patty Meek. Tom didn't start the fight but : j

Ins; Timothy School Boy, Billy he did finish it, almost killingthe

Rumill; Sir Problem, Bobby Mis- bully who had attacked

slnne; Lord Calculation, Wayne him. Tom's parents gave him ELECT

Hutcheson; Dollars and Cents the sturdy mare Meg to help FAIRCLOTH

Guard, Gus Burns; Zero Guard, him on his way, and he starts
David Miller; Numbers (Ladies) his bareback ride west to Kan.

of the Court, Sherrie Lindsey, sas, across unknown country, "

Penny Parrish, Mary Ann Kurtz, pursued by a vengeful and
Pam Sheeler, Judy Owens and dangerous man.
YOiR ATTORNEY GENERAL .
Ginger Miller.HASTINGS. The time is 1870 and all of the ; "'Or. .',

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la; Beacf home they will also visa in Bomb Bugs That I repeiitag the raven! *** ctttfers.First bebim. Nor, before 9ptftHynl
zgfer Pen aroIa. with their uncle and patch up all plans your entire collection, you
aunt, Mr. and Mrs. Paul Libby Love Your Books where insects might enter your should test the chemical on a
and family. I home from outside. book you're not afraid to dam
(Continued from page 5B) It Insects are blitzing your Next treat all cracks and age. It it doesn't harm the pages
STRAWBERRY FESTIVAL FLAGLER BEACH books, it's time to bomb the bugs crevice with a good insecticide I I.!or the cover, you should be able
SATURDAYThe GARDEN CLUB NEWS I with a good Insecticide! containing dlarion and dteldrin. I to spray similar volumes safely
Men's Club of the Flag. The Garden Club will meet Dr. R. C. Wilkinson, assistant Be careful not to apply such I Spraying the shelves with a
ler Beach Methodist Church will Tuesday, May 5, at 1:30 P. M entomologist with the Florida chemicals where they might be more powerful insecticide and
hold a Strawberry Festival In I Iin Fellowship Hall at the Community Agricultural Experiment Stations I touched by children or pets. covering them with shelf paper
the Town Park on Saturday I I II also help.
Memorial Church, on may
says silverfish, bookllce Finally, select another insecticide
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from 5 to 8 P.M. Fresh strawberry Daytona Ave. for their regular and cockroaches
all relish books., one that's not dangerous to I
Short Cake and StrawberryIce I I business meeting with yearly He recommends three steps in I humans, and spray this on your Subscribe for The Flagler Tribune
Cream will be served. Tickest -I I'reports by all chairmen. Hostesses --.-..-- -- .-. ----- ----_-....- -- - ._.-
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are on sale from any memo will be Mrs. Alfred Jueng
ber or by calling 92088. j I I ling and Mrs. Willis White. -.:' 0- .r
Flower arrangement of the KEEP
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BAPTIST CHURCH NEWS month will be by Mrs. White. r .
Sunday school is at 9:45: A.M.11 All members are urged to at 1 f
and morning worship at 11 o' tend.
clock with Rev. A. F. Stevens,I Dan R. Warren C a:
pastor. Training Union Is at6:45P. : METHODIST CHURCH NEWS "
.M. and evening worship is at Church school is at 9:45 A.M.
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7:45. 1 and morning worship at 11 0'.
clock with Rev. R. N. Hoover, STATE ATTORNEY ;
Mr. and Mrs. Lee Bourne and F '
minister. There will be a covered 1 .
family have moved into their dish dinner following the .;: ,
new home on Daytona Ave. The I worship service and the official Volusia Flagler Putnam 4
Bournes recently purchased the board will meet after the din. ,: I
home from Mr. and Mrs. Angus and St. Johns .'
Ross. I ner.The Men's Club will have ..
their regular monthly meeting
COMMUNITY CHURCH NEWS I Monday, May 4, at 7:30: P. M SUBJECT TO DEMOCRATIC t :
Sunday school is at 9:45 A.M. at the Church.
with classes for all ages, and PRIMARY, MAY 5, 1964
worship at 11 o'clock with Rev.
R. W. D.ckert, pastor. The wor-II UlnelJ ltbjh
ship hour will be devoted to a School NeuA EXPERIENCED QUALIFIED
memorial service to Mrs. Eda
Hart Wilkins who died in Anniston Paid Political AdvNow .
Club News
Library P.1 .. "
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Ala., February 11th. Mrs.I' Library Club members and
Wilkins was a charter memberof their dates will 'meet at Tommy
the church and acted as Kahlert's poolside Saturday aft. .
church organist during the sum their of
ernoon for end- -the-year
mer months which she spent in swimming party. Plenty of fun What Could Surprise Her More
Flagler Beach. Rev. Dickert's and good food are in store, so
will be "God Gives Us .
message it's no wonder members are already
Comfort in Time of Sorrow." beginning to show signsof

excitement.At .
Mr. and Mrs. Bradford Bowen, a recent meeting members
Jr., of Hlngham, Mass., visited decided on their 1964 Library
here this week with his parents, Club's gift to the library. In re
Mr. and Mrs. Bradford Bowen, cent years it has become cus
Sr. Before returning to their tomary for the Library Club to
I leave a gift to the library before .
the close of the school year I Il
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; i This year's members selected t 41F,
fixe boxes of assorted bulletin
Memorial Church board letters to replace the

i.ter-........ ..... worn out letters presently in
AIR CONDITIONED use and a cabinet in which to
Dayton AT*. store the letters. Mrs. Cannon
and Library Assistants were
FLAGLER BEACH I
thrilled when the letters arrived
Sunday School 10:00 A.Me I Monday, and they're awaiting
Church Service 11:00 A.M. (quite impatiently) the arrivalof
R. W DtCKKRT. P UrEVERYOXH their new cabinet.
WELCOME Jack Wetherington, Reporter.

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. Good Eating ley, red eabbage, red leaf lettuce 111
spinach.For .
: Spring Salads flavoring the dressing
Roquefort or bleu cheese is a COY G.
HARRIS
,. The secret of a good spring..favorite ingredient. Curry is i
,
: salad is cold crisp salad greens growing in popularity, along
and a light touch with the salad with the old favorites, garlic
dressing, Miss Izola Williams, and green onion. Candidate for Superintendent of Public
f assistant nutritionist, Florida Just the right amount of
dressing on the enoughto
Agricultural Extension Service greens
says. coat each bite and not Instruction of Flagler CountyDear
' enough to form a pool at the
c In addition to lettuce there
bottom of the bowl, makes fora
are a variety of greens you can
I tastier salad.
use: Romaine, watercress, pars. Voters: '
The trick to getting the correct -
' amount is to first separatethe
[ PETERSON TEXACO, ; leaves under running water Election Day is May 5th, which does not give me much time to see '
SERVICE and drain them well. Then wrap each of
you personally to clear some of the misinformation
being circulated
ROAD SERVICE them losely in tea towels and -
Light Mechanical Work chill overnight or at least a day. about my candidacy. So, I offer you these thoughts for your
This leaves them crackling,
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Phone 437-3441 Bunnell 't final consideration before election day.
crisp and dry. Dry Jeaves hold
the dressing. It slides off wet

'.' leaves into the bottom of the First my interest in having a good school system in Flagler County

., bowl. is much more than just financial. I have three
this children who
.1I For a taste treat, try recipe are just'
,I for salad and dressing: starting Flagler County Schools while my opponent's children will all
Salad Imperial
1 head lettuce finish Flagler Schools this term.

1 head Romaine
I 2 small onions, cut in rings
1 green pepper, cut In rings Furthermore, as proof'that I am not trying to draw two incomes,

I 1 tomato I have announced in this paper this week that I have sold my gas'business '
Radish roses
Dressing effective April 27th. I am prepared to be a full-time Superintendent. -

4 cup buttermilk My training as a teacher and my eight years experience as a teacher -
% cup salad oil
c. % Cup sour...cream and coach make me fully aware that being Superintendent is a full
% teaspoon garlic oil time job.
2 tablespoons wine vinegar
hiTit 1 8-oz. package bleu cheese
I % teaspoon white pepper Rumors that I was fired from Bunnell High School are completelyfalse.
H teaspoon salt
TO THIFLORIDA Mix all salad ingredients to. As proof, I have a copy of my letter of resignation which I shall
'
t UTILITIES COMMISSION PUBLIC about gether two until cups.well blended.Makes be glad to show anyone. As further proof, I invite you to contact any

Tear greens into bite-size member of the 1956 School Board.
Law Graduate and Former pieces. Add some of the onion
Special Assistant to and pepper rings,but save some Now
as to accreditation, let me state definitely, that schools will
,
U. S. Attorney for garnish. Toss greens with
needed amount of dressing. be accredited by State Department of Education and Southern Associa-
*| 24 Years of Law and Garnish with onion and pepper
Progressive Public Service rings;Uomatd quarters and rad. tion of Colleges and Schools after my election. I am the only candidate

Cited for Fair and ish roses. Makes 6-8 servings. who is trained as an educator and has a college degree. Incidentally,

Impartial Regulation HOW CUBA'S FLAG CREATED the Southern Association of Colleges and Schools is only one of many

Now Serving at Chairman Cuba' flag was designed bya accrediting agencies and the Board must purchase membership to be-
t. of Florida Public Utilities Cuban patriot living in a New
York rooming house more thana long. \
..Commission
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century 'ago. It flew for the

Ke-I/tff/ H MASON first time on May 11, 1850, from Furthermore, ,the. Southern Association has' hundreds of regula-
I a New York building, and was
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fxptriencecf and Proven first raised as Cuba's official em. tions, any one of which could cause dropping a school. The qualification -
:\ leadership foIJor.da blem t above Havana's Morro
of a superintendent is only one of many requirements. I have a
I 11\ Castle on May 20, 1902.
.' -- complete copy of these regulations at my office if you care to read

f(. them.


Dear FriendsI One such requirement is Principle F, Standard 3 which states

"Salaries paid to Superintendent shall in every case be at a higher

I want to thank all of you adults monthly and annual rate than that paid to the principal". This costs

our taxpayers money due to high salary paid Superintendent.In
and all the young people for

fine in reference to Duval County Schools, being dropped, it was not
your cooperation helpingus
the lack of qualification of the Superintendent but
one reason was
to keep crime in our Countyat
lack of funds provided per pupil.

a minimum, and ask you to
There is no student who can enter a 4-year college without makinga
continue to support: me for
certain grade on Senior Placement Exam. or Entrance Exam. Sou-

Sheriff in the May Primary. thern Association does not get a student in college or keep one out.


Homer Brooks,' I After electing me your superintendent, you will find that I can

administer a school system without constant turmoil and confusion. I
SheriffPaid
have no axe to grind. I have no petty grievances to flaunt and I shall

Political Adr.t not thru
operate petty politics.


WWJWWWWWW As other questions or rumors arise about my qualifications and

5 FOR ALL HOURS-DAY OR NIGHT 5 abilities please do not hesitate to contact me to get the correct answers

AMBULANCE before election day. Again, let me say that I shall appreciate your vote

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