Title: Flagler Tribune
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Permanent Link: http://ufdc.ufl.edu/UF00079914/00577
 Material Information
Title: Flagler Tribune
Uniform Title: Flagler Tribune
Physical Description: Newspaper
Language: English
Publisher: s.n.
Place of Publication: Bunnell, Fla.
Publication Date: February 6, 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: VID00577
Source Institution: University of Florida
Holding Location: University of Florida
Rights Management: All rights reserved by the source institution and holding location.
Resource Identifier: oclc - 33426131
alephbibnum - 001024369

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County Board 'I CIGARETTE TAXi American' Legion MOTHERS MARCH Matanzas Bridge

Selects GroupOf Amount of tax funds remitted Concludes CensusOf Named to Honor
I Total returns to date from the
to municipalities by the State .
Road Mothers March of the March of
Projects Flagler Vets
Beverage Dept of Florida, still Claude
( I Dimes Drive is $503.75, M. B Me-
continues about the same as
The Board of County Commissioners Flagler Post No. 115 of The Daniel reported today. The Board of County Commls-
I before recent scare concern
at their stated monthly from smoking, American Legion concluded the Several sections are yet to I'I sloners of St Johns County have !
meeting Monday selected a ing lung cancer veterans census of Flagler county complete the drive and turn In set March 18 for the dedicationof ,
group of road projects to be con !' but future months may prove which Is sponsored by the Department the returns. I the concrete bridge across
different. However municipalities
structed with secondary road of Florida of the I The "coin collectors" are yet Matanzas Inlet as the "Claude
of received the
funds accruing to the county. i Flagler County Legion. to be turned in. I yarn Bridge. The d tdlcatlonwUl'be
for the
They are: I following amounts The poll revealed many interesting I held at 2 P.M.

Kings Road No.1; Road 304 month: facts among Flagler county State Senator Verle Pope had
to State Road 100 No. 2; a road !i Bunnell, $2,862.07. veterans. A total of 233 veterans School Board Informed the board letter
I by
Beach ,
connecting read 305 with 1001 I I Flagler $821.18.
were contacted In the
I that the 1963 Florida l legislature
about 3H miles) No.3; state'|I Beverly Beach, $77.01. county; 59 were members of the Has Routine passed a measure to name the t
maintenance of Old Dixie Highway i $87.80. Legion and 36 had belonged but bridge in honor of Mr. Varn,
Painters Hill
No. 4; and to pave; a certain !, 444. were not members at the present Meeting TuesdayThe who built the original wooden ,
mileage of streets in Bun. i time; 45 belonged to other bridge across the Inlet Senator oj'
nell and Flagler No. 5. 'Senior Citiz.e.15. veterans' organizations and 98 Flagler County Board of Pope said that the State Road

George- "M. Woodychairman J'i had never joined any veterans Public Instruction at a monthly Department wanted the. county
of the organization. meeting Tuesday transacted routine
airport advisory commit Have STxtyTKreeAt < board to set a date for the dedi;
tee requested that trees In the I A total of 706 homes were In. business and.paid bills. cation.

"glide area" of runways at the I[ Last Meeting terviewed and only 16 Indicatedthat It was reported that termites Senator Pope pointed out that '
airportport be cut down. The they 'were receiving benefits had Invaded the gym buildingbut the original wooden bridge was
board agreed to get someone to Sixty-three persons were on from the Veterans Admin. R. C. Tilman, exterminator built because of the vision of Mr.
hand to hear Rev. N. had treated the places and it
the trees at places requested.The Reynold istration. I Varn. "He was ahead of his time t
board authorized the use Hoover, pastor of the Flagler The local post acquired 12 new is believed the infestation is and suffered a financial loss,"
of county voting machines In Beach Methodist Church, give a !. members i nthe canvass. over. i the senator said.

precincts where they are locatedin reading based on the book, "I Mrs. Cora Buckles, chairman Howard Taylor, county agricultural -! The present span replaced the
city elections, providing the Knew Lincoln," by the noted of the census in Flagler county agent came to the boardto I wooden bridge around six years
municipalities use and pay the American author, Ida M. Tarbell, I stated that a few were not con. work out some method of ago. .
county's custodian of the ma when the Flagler Senior Citizens tacted for various reasons and having up to four class periodsa .
chines.To Club met for its reguraly sched, she said they could be counted month for 4-H Club activities.

settle a suit by Marvin uled dinner meeting, Tuesday, If they would contact her or Supervising Principal John Bag. !
Tucker for rights of way property at the Recreation Center in any member of the Legion get, Taylor and School SuptZ. JOHN HOSFORD IS

taken for the Espanola and Flagler Beach. It is possible that Flagler D. Holland were asked to try BEING TRANSFERREDAirman
subsequent damages to his other Rev. Hoover has visited all of County will be the first county to workout a satisfactory ar
property by placing old brick the principal historical places of In Florida to complete the census rangement. Third Class John B.
and concrete on his land, the interest associated with the life and will be awarded a war A plot of school land in the Hosford, Jr., of Bunnell, is being

parties agreed to a sum of $1,500 and times of Abraham Lincoln. bond for the post's efforts. St. Johns Park area unused for reassigned to Hunter AFB, Go.,
in complete settlement. The As a student of Lincoln folklore year was sold to J B. Pclllcer I following his graduation from

board also agreed to pay to Wal I he chose for his reading the account for $200 on bid. The land Is ap the technical training! course for

do and Lawrence West the sum of a drug store proprietorknew City Accepts proximately 1 acre. A buildingAt .United States Air Force' fuelpcciallftU

II . pf $160 to replace concrete jnoniu 19. .hSDfltttteld'rr Ill>nofw S, ,j Ro y once used a.. A sh! ' at Amarillo AFB, Tex.. .. "
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ments destroyedoy( the' contractor Lincoln as a young man Bidsfob I P V nr" I iia irl> advertised for aleTbutt I j Imm U*. /*-

who built the Espanola road. and frequent visitor at his since no bids were received it1' Airman Hotford was trainedto

The board accepted a bid from place of business. Some StreetsThe was agreed that it be disposed fuel aircraft, using trailers,
Harold Emery for the old scaleson Also appearing on the program of by negotiation. It had been I tank cars, flight line storage
Road 100 west of Bunnell at was Norman L. Davidson, city commission voted at appraised at 7500. t{tanks and associated pumping
a price of $151. Emery to move I State mental health consultantfor its meeting Monday night to accept Approved professional and sick systems, and in the safety precautions

the scales. Flagler County, who reportedon the bids of Florida State leave for a number of teachers. / to be observed during

Also agreed to relocate a road his trip to a convention held Paving Co. for $9.69 per ton for. Also to use of school bus to take fuel operation.,
in the North A19 area. The present in St. Petersburg where problems paving material. This price included students to the State:! Fair Ini I The airman a graduate of

road is on the property of associated with the aged cleanlnapacking, and Tampa. Bunnell High School, is the son
Malcolm Johnson. I were discussed. It was Davidson repaving Anderson street from Discussed a gymnlslum at of Mr. and Mrs. John B. Hosford,
i t I who called a meeting of Moody Blvd. north to the Colony Carver High School, estimatingIts Sr., of Bunnell.f Airman HoBfoni

older adults September 3, 1963at Park section. Also repaving around coat at $50,000. Also discussed Is on furlough here with his
r Foundation Gets the Civic Center in Bunnellat the civic center buildingand trying to borrow money parents.
I which time the formation of Lake Lucille. Plans for the for the project.

Club DonationThe a senior citizens group for Flag- I near from future include Magnolia They board approved use of Kuenzi Brother

ler. .County ,people was proposed. j Anderson east to Palmetto the Carver auditorium by St. Vacationing Here
and Palmetto to Moody Blvd.
Korona Civic Club votedat Although Bun n e 11 residents James Baptist Church for fundraising
Its meeting last week to The commissioners employedPhil Joe and John Kuenzi, Flying
contribute evinced little Interest In the project activities to Improve the
$25 to the Flagler Scholarship a handful of Flagler Beach Johnson as city building church. Farmers' of Falrbury, III., are
Foundation which is in residents spearheaded by Rev. Inspector, agreeing to pay $20 pending a short vacation here

process of being organized now, E. Lester Stanton, formed a dub for three Inspections of new I and in Daytona Beach. They
Lee Drazba said today. which has : buildings. ATTENDS DEMOIN flew down in their private plane.
grown steadily, pro
The club is sponsoring a Polish viding much needed social and Heard a report on progress of Joe was a resident of Bunnell
Sausage Supper Saturday recreational faclitles for local securing a workable programfor I DAYTONA BEACHThose several years during the Itf2ff, ,

evening at the White Eagle In I I. senior citizens as well as out proposed Housing Authority from here attending the returning to Falrbury In 1928. ,
Korona. Proceeds will be usedon of state visitors. addition; voted to prune and annual meeting and dinner of They are engaged in growing J

the club's projects. They are The next meeting of the club fertilize shrubbery around the the Volusla County DemocraticClub popcorn there. ,'i
assisting with the program for will be Tuesday, February 18, civic center and center strip of Saturday evening were Mr. They were named the Flying 'i
the 50th anniversary this year. at the Flagler Beach Recreation U. S. Highway 1. and Mrs. George" Moody, Jr., Farmers of the Year of their (
During the I The body also accepted the I i club I about two years ago
past year the club Center. Senior citizens throughout George Moody Sr., Leonard 'I"
contributed money to the new the county are cordially invited suggestion of Howard Taylor, Moody, and Mr. and Mrs M. B. '.
columns county agricultural Plans Are Underway For ..
at the entrance of St. to attend. The meetsat agent for Fuller.
Mary's Catholic Cemetery at Ko 6 P: M for a potluck group supper. the base planting in the planter The dinner was held at the World Day of Prayer ".

rona, and other civic projects. I around the civic center. Daytona Plaza Hotel and to I Plans are underway for observance :

Danny Smiglelskl is rervingas I BOYS WANTED Instructed the city clerk to honor U. S. Senator Speuard L. I I of The World Day of I
president of the club this write the Florida Cast Coast Holland who was guest speaker. Prayer on February 14.
FOR SOFTBALLLeslie Railway, asking to a
year. I repair the The churches of Flagler county I
.. Pache said today that crossing on Highway 11 and also BU3HMENS' ARROW POISON Join together for the program j }
Bunnell Recreation I cut weeds around the station.
Dept openedup Bushmen of the Kalahari
REV. TOM DINNER each year and this year it will :
l ANNOUNCES the 1964 spring baseball season I wasteland In southern Africa, held at the First Methodist
;. TOPIC FOR SUNDAY SERMON Monday with chatchers and I U. D. C. DISTRICT use an arrow poison so potent i Church of flannel ;
pitcher showing up for practice. I that one drop can kill a man ...
MEETS IN TAMPA The subject this year Is "Let 'J.I
4 Rev. Tom
r Pinner, Jr., said to Among them were Jimmy Me- 1 if it enters the bloodstream. The Us Pray." The program will be
day his sermon topic for Sunday I j Nab, Kirk Robertson, Tommy FEBRUARY 17 primitive tribesmen get the poison from 10 to 11 o'clock In the
r morning will be The Christian I, Statelier and Hutch King. The District Four meeting of I from the pupa of a beetle. I I morning. i
View of I I
Sex. Pitchers who limbered for I II I
up I, the United Daughters of the Confederacy I

The evening sermon topic will II the first time were John Celler, j will be held in Tampa CORRECTION: PLEASE : tf

be -How to Get Really Disgust ,Mike Kelly and Russell Yt'lvlne.1 il February 17, at 10 A. M. TRIBESMEN LIKE> KATURALIST Trusting too much to memorywe ,'I
;. ed.The will morning worship service i(;ton as right handers. and Russell I The Capt John Wesley Whld- Kubor tribesmen of New Gun stated last week that City \
'"' be at 11 o'clock and theevening'servlee Ehlenbach: as a southpaw. den Chapter will be the hostess ea regard visiting naturaists} Commissioner H. V. Peav/s termot
is at 7:30.: The midget league schedule I chapter for the meeting which with esteem because they themselves office was expiring thU year.

for spring practice win be Mondays ;;will be held In the Hyde Park : are amazingly well In. }We were mistaken It .is the term
The ancient Egyptian templeof I I 4 P. M., catches and pitchers (I Methodist Church. I II formed about birds Insects, and Commissioner Walton John
Kalabsha I lot
near Aswan bears only; Wednesday, same Mrs Walter Knight local animals.' But to them outsiders 'stop.I .
an Inscription of about A. D. 249 !time all Infleldrrs; Thursday, ,!I chapter president is asking any who come to scratch for gold I Commissioners'. terms expiring

sternly ordering herders to keep I outfielders; and Friday Junior'members planning to attend to In stream beds are "long-kmg,* are Johraton Martin McDaniel wand !\
pigs out of the holy place.: .: League softball pleace contact her by Feb. 13. I or crazy. I j: Shelton Barber.

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l Squad: 4, 14, 31, 54. Rockett (BB) 36 66 55 Women dont talk much more
IG.I Miller (BB) 16 30 53 than men, really. Ira fust that .1
I ANDERSON COWART REMAIN Ford (BB) 7 14 50 they make the mistake ot talk. <
/SPOR3 UNTOUCHABLE IN CIIARITY M. Tucker (BB 9 32 28 Ing to men tooooo much who are J
LINE POLL ,I B. Etsenbach 3 14 21"PRAYS" forced to- listen.ywyuvuv .
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Butch Anderson dropped off 3 .
this I -- --.. ..-. .-. .-.- -. ...-. .
: percentage points past week FOR PASSERSBYIn I '
: (il"'QrT'.epS ,I and Walton Cowart gained 3 as the empty desert of Ladakh, > O. F. ALFORO
they remained well on top In I i pear Tibet, a half-mile-long wall *- Registered
the foul shooting statistJcs for shuts out noth
(By Hussy McKnight) ,' 29.31, 44.BABY 40., 55; Callahan, 11, 26, the Varsity and the Baby Bull ing.guards Instead nothing, with carved Inscriptions Real Estate BrokerBunnelL 1,

VARSITY BOYS MOVE CLOSERTO dogs respectlvely. It "prays" for passers. Florida
I Neither has had too much
TROUNCING com by. !
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petition past few weeks and --- -
Tuesday night the Bulldogs THIRD SETBACK are now the only players In the
faced the only team In the school who are shooting In the
conference who had beaten The Baby Bulldogs were bare. ,70 per cent range. 24 Hour
them this season: The Callahan ly beaten earlier this season by Name Ftm Fta % Wrecker Service
Ramblers. Bunnell was fired up Callahan and were eager to ; B. Anderson (Var) 41 55 75 .
occasion and struck gain In their next J. Brown (Var) 31 46 67
for the vegenance
nrcely behind Butch Anderson, I meeting. Last Tuesday they did W. Townsend (Var.) 22 33 67 Flagler Truck & Tractor Co
R Tucker (Var) 12 19 63 ,
who led the Bulldogs with 19 meet and the Bulldogs matched \
points. ,them for points until the sec. E. Tucker (Var) 14 24 58 MASSEY FERGUSON
Bunnell managed a, 29.26 lead and period when Callahan be. B. Moody (Var) 40 71 56 Grove Farm Industrial Equipment
II. Kuleskl (Var 17 31 55,
at the half, but to win they gan to slip away.
J. Seale (Var) 6 11 55
knew they must stop Mike Cook, Walton Cowart's 11 points was ,
W. Cowart (BB) 35 48 73 Owner Bunnell Florida
who had scored 16 points in the the best effort for Bunnell while ,
J. Knight (BB) 27 45 60 ,
first half alone. The Bulldogsdid Callahan featured a brother |
just that In the second half, combination of Jimmy and Mike
as Cook scored not another Higgenbotham, who scored 20
point throughout the game, and and 13 points respectively, to
the Ramblers stopped rambling. carry the Rambler Compacts to '. Cabbage worms ?
Bunnell then, sailed to a 55.44 a 54-34 victory.
back .,If "' .
victory. The Baby Bulldogs came
The Bulldogs also beat Baldwin .strong on Friday to whip Bald. I .
on Friday and are now sitting win and are now 9.3 for the
pretty atop the conference season.
standings with 14 victories and Bunnell Squad J
only two defeats. 15 7-20 9 37
Bunnell A.Squad Knight 23-44 7
Fg_ Ft F Ttl Ford 20.014
Anderson 7 5.9 3 19 M. Tucker 00-05 0
E. Tuckers 3 3.5 1 9 Eisenbach 11-30 3
R. Tucker 1 1.1 0 3 Rockett 12-91 4
Brown 4 0.1 1 8 Cowart 3X 5.5 2 11
Townsend. ,, 4 0.0 3 8 Miller 05-74 5 I'j
Moody\ 1 6.104 8
Kuleskl 0 0.0 3 0 9 16-28 17 34 i
Seale 0 0.0 1 0 Callahan B-Squad
J. HIgginbotham 9 2.2 2 20
2015.2616 55 Braddock 11-15 3
Callahan A.Squad Page 33-60 9
lUcks 0 0.0 5 ,0 Adams 02-312 1I J
Page 3 3.6 3 9 Jones 23-40 7 \ L
Robinson 0 0.0 1 !0
Jones .5 2.6 0 12 I -
Cook 5 6.8 5 16 M HIgginbotham 4 5.7 5 13 I
Thomas 0 2.2 5 2 Blankenshlp 00-02 0
Milligan 2 1.4 1 5 Tew 00.010 i
Boise 00.000
Denslow 0 0.0 0 0 1916.2312 54
Quarter score: Bunnell B- .
Quarter score: Bunne A 12, Squad: 4, 14, '34; Callahan B- N


are hereby notified that the Tax Assessoror
his assistant will be present in the various pre
cincts on the day and hour shown below, for the FIGHT BACK !
purpose of receiving tax returns on Real, Personal
and Intangible Property, and applications for Homestead .
and other exemptions :

Precinct No 1-Bunnell, Tax Assessor's Office. Friday Feb.
ruary 14. 8:30 A.M. to 12 Noon. ..

Precinct No. 4-A-Bunnell, Masonic Lodge. Friday February .
14, 2:00 P.M. to 2:30 P.M. WITH ORTHO r'

Precinct No. 2-Flagler Beach. Post Office, Tuesday February
18 9:00 A.)1. to 10:00 A.M. I

Precinct No. 5-A-Animal Land. Tuesday. February 18
10:30 A.M. to 11:00 A. M.

Precinct No. Eipanolcu, County Polling Building Tuesday ORTHO DIBROM'8 Emulsive is the fast thorough way to clean up your cabbage.
February 18 11:30 A.M. to 12 Noon.

Precinct No. 3-A-Korona. White Eagle Tuesday, February Spray DIBROM and within minutes every cabbage worm you hit will be dead or

18. 1:30 P.M. to 2:00 P.M. dying.And .that goes for aphids and loopers,too. In fact, DIBROM kills more than I,

Precinct No. 3-Haw Creek. Townsend Store. Tuesday, February 130 different insects, including most resistant ones. ,
18. 2:30 P.M. to 3:00 P.M.

more, you won't find a more effective phos-
Precinct No. 4-St. Johns Park. Community HaIL Tuesday IDWhat's ;
February 18. 3:30 P.M. to 4:00 P.M. DIBROM 8. It has a short residual life, leaves \.

The Tax Laws require that you file a return on no harmful residue.You can use it to within four days of : ,
Personal and Intangible Personal Property, regard. "
bane st.Workers can return to the field a few hours after .. '
lens of the amount, before April 1st, and I am required
to assess a ten percent penalty upon your (ORmo spraying.And it's safer than most organic phosphates.
failure to do so.
I f Just mix DIBROM 8 Emulsiye with water and spray.
All applications for exemption must also be .
filed before April 1st. The Tax Assessor's Office is ;DIRROM Or use the DlBROM Dust Either wayyou can't lose... ,,::1;, ...
open from 8:30: A. M to 12:00: Noon and 1 :00 P. M. but you will! profit"Helping :,
to 4:30 P. 1\1. and we will be glad to assist you,
if possible. :_ the World Grow Better" r
Respectfully, 1.S
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Tax Assessor "Available from Kilgore Seed Company Hastings, Florida: Phone 692.1502 I.
Jan. 30 & Feb. 6-2tc
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in Florida. Ftagler hopes to would like to develop his prop. ANa Several State a4 Fed. The e-aith* atmosphere serves
maintain its position as one of erty in improved pasture for oral agn k* are available t. at a 'Btrfrtd against dangerous
the most active districts in the raising quarter 'horses; Glenda help the District help you. radiation, including tar.ultra.
'NEWS B* state even though It will be in- Pelllcer has a pasture drainage Violet and'osmic rays from space.
Tuman W. Robinson eligible for a Goodyear prize for problem. Other new cooperators I
five years. Include: Joseph Slovak, drainage I BIRD FRUSTRATION
At their recent meeting the and forestry assistance; Crossbreeding lovebirds may I Dance to the Music of
Flagler Soil Conservation Dis I Several Flagler County landowners ,Jerry Slovak, forestry assistance lead to frustration. African love- '
trict supervisors voted to enter I)( have recently signed and EmU :Mlzanan, who requests birds cut bark or paper into "The Casuals"AT ..
the 1964 Goodyear Districts I I conservation agreements with soils Information.And strips as nest lining. The peach- '
,Award Program and compete District, thus becoming eligible aced variety carries the strips THE .
with other Florida districts for i I I for technical assistance in any of course, the Flagler tucked snugly under feathers;
,top honors in the state. number of! conservation probe District continues to welcome others use their bills. When the BAMBOO COCKTAIL
,lems. these landowners into its conservation species are crossbred, the hybrids LOUNGE
i The winning district for 1963 : program. No matter Inherit the urge to tuck
i has not yet been announced. For instance new cooperator how small or large the land. the strips but not the ability FLAGLER BEACH
However, in the 1962.63 compe Co!. John P. Dicks at Korona hasa owner might be or the type of to hold on to them. Hence bat. I
I I 9 to 2
\ tition the Flagler SCD was picked problem in forestry; John problem he has, DO NOT HESITATE flement. Saturday Night p. m.
as the outstanding district i Laing of the Bimini Community TO ASK FOR ASSIST ...
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Most automotive engineers will tell you
that the track is one of their, most valued
;. laboratories.
1'f 1 For example, track competition led directlyto
the following changes in the Fairlane 289

''': "t, it V-8 engine: better block, improved pistons,
.:: .., "11" t improved valve train, stronger connectingrods
and bolts

FORD OUTSCORES COMPETITION Such improvements; contribute not only to
Ford's winning track record, but also to the

. i. NEARLY 2 TO 1 IN NASCAR-SANCTIONED total performance so important to your
everyday driving. Test-drive 61 from
:: :: i STOCK CAR RACING Ford soon, and see I a

*,. Ford, is king of NASCAR competition, and I inherent durability and dependability. The
; .**. Ford' Motor Company has the NASCAR ability to stand up under the punishmentof /

'; M Achievement, Award to prove it! a b00-mile race is proof of Ford's total
"-. Last season special Ford entries won every performance. . performance that will benefit

.,:*' single stock car race of 500 miles or longer, fit you in your type of driving. In two other wFairlano
::1 and scored nearly twice as many points as any major stock car racing associations, MCA
, other make, as shown in the chart below. and :MARC, Ford drivers also wrapped up

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'" PLYMOUTH V-8 Helps Cobra Win .
DODGE Sports Car Championship '.

<\ CHRYSLER ...rlpJll I The Cobra,with its modified Fairlane engine,
--- emerged last year as the undisputed. leader in*
the sports car field.
.A WINS MOTOR TREND t Cobra won the Manufacturer's Trophy in
/ "CAR OF THE YEAR" SCCA Claw "A" production competition by
AWARD io!< so great a margin that no other car-U.S, or
foreign-was even in sights '
This award went to the entire The same basic Fair ne 289 V-8 that
F Ford line-with a special } powered the Cobra is available in any of eight
The Ford.powtrtd Lotus that made racing history salute to Ford's total.! .! t( Jt.Jt Fairlane models for 1961-giving fports-car
In last years Indianapolis 500. ,
performance. .
a; .0- spirit to roomy family-iize car.,
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PAGHTOURSchool THE FLAGLER TRIBUNE BUNNKLL: FLORIDA Thursday__ ,.February 6, 1964'\\

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I ---- -- said semester so that she may attend Over 4,000 major operations
School Librarian recently -
the High
Ii I QN' uJJ dt Monday, January 20. was that she thinks nearly our school. have been performed aboard the .
of the book drive to S.S.
last day half of the books have been processed The senior superlaVtlves' pictures white hospital ship Hope \\!
N&& obtain books for the city library. already. for the annual were takenat I during its two voyages and \
NI I Library Club extends its half million people
The Jade Wetherington, reporter. Alida Tucker's home on Mon I nearly a
\ Library Club thanks to everyone who donated day evening, February 5. I have been examined and im
books for the city library. All Senior doss I I munized.
Wilson, reporter.
sport :
The Library Club is now which! of the books In the library have The senior class is happy to II I \I
Ing Its new blue drapes, welcome its new member, Evelyn !
and are
Club donated. The been alphabetized they Those who stretch the truth I So live that you help answer
the Library Pa-
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for this now being it back the world's problems-not add
seamstresses responsible with often find that snaps i
the file cards made for them. latka. Puddn is staying j II
project were Ida Allen Wilson., Mary Mrs. Jeanne Cannon, Bunnell the Raymond Tucker family this I and hits them. I to them.
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'f.:. CLASSIFIED I i Landscape With J:


t ; Native Plants ! WE GIVE ELTON $ RIGHTS

ADS i If you are planning to landscape i I
home, don't overtook : RESERVED
L.Ura. ....* tftU .oattr. area using your some of Florida's native I TOP
worn ass
cat each
per la.erttea
TS ecBta U .*!.!.... ckmrc. I plants, says Dr. E. W. McElwee, i I
FOR SALE Two bedroom house. head of the University of Flor VALUE GROCERY

Screened porch and garage, ida's Ornamental Horticulture Friday,
Department for the Agricultural
Flagler Beach. Call 4392178.
Experiment Stations Agricultural i and Saturday
Jan. 30.Feb. 6-2tp STAMPS '
Extension Service and the "Your Store" FEB.
Friendly Co-op 6,7,8
DUE TO DIVORCE. We have a College of Agriculture. I

repossessed 63 model sewing Nee Native plants are well adapt i!

dIe Dial-0-Matic Zlg Zag, does ed to local climatic and soil conditions I LYKE'S SMOKED
" Decorative Sewing, Makes Buttonholes and may be much easier'

Sews on Buttons, Mon. to grow than many of the hybrid -j I 6to8lb.
''I ograms, Embroiders, Darns,I '
and Introduced ornament-1
4 Patches, Etc. Assume Remaining
als, he points out. i
'\ ,r r 5 Payments of 750. Ph. Credit I It It is also much easier to produce vera ge
Mgr. CL 56431.
Daytona a naturalistic effect in a I
'' .
Jan .2tpWANTED I landscape planting with native!:

plants, he adds. I Center Rib Shelton's Pride
Welding to do evenings I

" tin Harding and., .. week-ends.4373669. Call MG-tf Mar j i all terial Good sections can native be of found Florida.landscape in As nearly ma.1 an j,i Pork Chops. 69< Cube Steak 89<

WANTED IRONING to do at my]
example, Dr. McElwee lists the
home, reasonable. Pick &
up deI I following native plants that he I
livery. Phone ID 73669.
10-24-4f |used in landscaping his own I Rib Ends Florida Grade "A" (Stewing)
home grounds in the Gainesvillearea

SEPTIC TANK cleaning; drain : lobo *
fields installed; snail shelL Reasonable Partridge berrIes-used as a Pork Chops 39 HENS 25
prices. Call George Ja- ground cover in dense shade,
roz. ID 7.3410 8-1-tf trumpet creeper-used to climb t
on tree trunks for large bell.i .
HELP WANTED-Couple to run World's Best
i shaped flowers In' summer and 1
restaurant, living quarters in
,. eluded. Must have experience. fall.Yaupon, as an evergreen fruIt. STEW '"""' Beef Lk. 39*

Will pay great percent of grossto I ing screen plant, and gallberry, 69
right party. Animal as a low facing plant In the I
AlA, 10 miles north of Flagler front of borders. Native azaleas,
Beach. 8.1-tf. blueberries and oakleaf hydrangea I

FOR RENT-5 room house on were used in masses in the GIANT SIZE SHORTENING MAXWELL HOUSE

Deen Road, close In,, call 437 border for flower effect, while
3658 or see C. F. Smith. French mulberry strawberrybush
2.6-ltp and Yaupon were used In Tide "Fab
II the background for fruit effect. a CRISCO COFFEElib.
FOR SALE-full length black Southern wax myrtle was usedas
sealskin fur, coat'with nice lin a background plant and
ing, size about 54. Will sell I screen.

. cheap. Contact Mrs. Jessie Way,! Small and large native trees 3Lb. .
Phone 4373796. 2.6-lte I that Dr. ,McElwee used around e 5S 4S

r his home Include flowering dogwood Tin Tin
FOR SALE-1-16"x 700, 6-ply I
wild tea
devilwood or
truck tire like new, $22.50. .
: ""! or. '
1-2,500 watt onatf' 115v! AC!i olive, red maple, laurel oak'and 1 'I

Electric plant same as new, cost i southern recommendations magnolia.For as to Limit 1 of Your Choice Limit 1 With Purchase Limit 1 With Purchase

$439, sell for $175. the native plants that you can With $5.00 or More of $5.00 or More of $5.00 or More
1-Bell Howell professionalcamera use In your area Dr. McElwee Food Order Food Order Food Order
16mm, model 70 DA with
F:1.9, F:1.6 wide angle and F:4.5 suggests contacting your county
telephoto lens, plus many other agricultural agent. Your local Campbell's Tomato Hunt's Big 20 Oz.

features, cost $885.00. If Inter. nurseryman In many cases will
.. ested give me a ring. A great have a selection of native plants. Each Each
saving to you.1Federal I.Many of the native plants used. SOUP 10 CATSUP 19
enlarger and complete In his landscape plan were obtained

dark room equipment, will from local nurserymen.For Limit Four Please Limit One Please
sac. for $2000 Call liE 9.2043 those who are willing to
out and look for
after 6 P.M. go Regular Size Super
Size or
the wild, Dr. McElwee cautions
Feb. 6-Itp

FOR SALE-36-In. Kenmore gas state homeowners regulations governing to first check the 3 lars 38* MODESS* 39*

range and Cold Spot freezer. collection and use of native ZEST

refrigerator, very good condition. plants. Some cannot be collected
Reasonable. Mrs. Joyce Powers. or sold, vhlle others cannotbe
Phone liE 9.9255, Flagler Beach. shipped. In any case, the Giant Size 33 Oz. Giant Size
Feb. 6-Itp landowner's permission Is re

quired to move native plants, Each *

unfurnished FOR SALE or home Rent-3 on. Lehigh bedroom St. A Ing copy the of the collection regulations of native cover DOWNY 75 Comet 2f" 43

Flagler Beach. Contact George
plants can be obtained by writ.
Moody, Sr., liE 9.2137. TF
Ing to the State Department of

MAN WANTED to manage and Agriculture, Division of Plant
operate a retail Watkins RouteIn Industry, Seagle Bldg., Galnes
i I I I
this area. (Would consider vllle, Florida.
lady 40 to 60 years old.) Earnings It must also be rememberedthat
of $12500 per week from care must be exercised in Fancy McKenxie's

the very beginning. For person digging a plant to retain as For
al interview in your home, write much of the root systems as pos. TOMATOES tic
Mr. McGarity, P.O. Box 627 Wll- sible. The roots should be pro.
listen, Florida. 2-6-3tc tected with wet burlap or some Mr. "G" 10 Oz.

other material during the time Fancy
the plant Is being moved, so u
and its mate both for $225.00.Call RUTABAGAS BCflig Limit Three Pleas.Morton's .
that the very fine feeder roots .
liE 92123. 2-6-lt
do not dry out. The top of the
plant should be pruned and
To pro** t'UUN-KVAC containing thinned to reduce the number Yellow Cooking POT PIES 5 For $100ONIONS
l>run... r<<. Henna U world. of branches and leaves. Such
but and moot natural
8mo-o-the.t 3 25CYOUR
UxMlv: horny t.MOODTS pruning Is needed to limit the Beef- -Chtcken-Turkey .
amount of moisture lost from
10 tablet Ir.MroU.for FREE Tie over SAMPLE I......'"or the plant during transplanting.
old each rear

,, r .r-r HEIGHT in
The beluga whale to nIck.
BEACH named "sea While
LOTS HOMES OCEAN FRONT, traveling submerged, the mammal TOP VALUE STAMPS
WATER FRONT FARMS often squeaks, squawks, -
ACREAGE and whistles from Its blowhole.

lee Office u for Phone you real estate HE 9-2242 n*.ds Some of the sounds are audible. With Purchase of $5.00 or More Food Order. Good Feb. 6th, 7th, 8thThursday
Others are of such high frequency
ID 73691
Residence Phones
that the human ear can-
ID 7-3517
or .........-. not detect them.

SIX THE FLAGLER TRIBUNE, BUNNELL, FLORIDA, Thursday, February 6, 1964Jlaaler
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Mr*. Richard Uttle@eld CHllkrest I .t OMit* Moody.wffl PRICES GOOD
surprise 9r. MM char toMfltf at his QUANTITY RIGHTS
was given a
stork shower last Friday eveningat home. 3i.* Tunica** and THURSDAY, FRIDAY and SATURDAY RESERVED
the home of Mrs. Jack Robin Palmetto Stsmt Hr Beaea. FEBRUARY 6, 7, 8, 1964 .
son. Mrs. Robert Owens and Sunday aftenM ..... are

Mrs. Don Kaufman were also Invited to eaJUwwwa tteee and Grade "A" Western Beef Grade "A" Western Beef
tt aftecaoon.
hostesses. five-thirty la + *
Each guest wore a diaper The occasteB: .. be to celebration CHUCK Lb. < ROUND Lb. *
"name', tag" and bingo games of his try anniversary Roast 49 Roast 59
tilled the evening with prizes for which occ&s en Febru- BONE
everyone. Decorations included ary 10. Also observtez the 50th
athree-foot, stork, a gift bassinet anniversary of his moving Into I Center Cut Choice Tender Sliced Baby Beef

filled received with, and the a many beautiful gifts white she, his homestead home In 1914. ,! CHICK Lb. Lb. <
sheet cake complete with yellow Mr. and Mrs. Paul Holden of 59 LIVER 49Palm

rosettes, a tiny stork and several Memphis, Tenn., guests of Mr I
tiny babies. and Mrs. Frank C. Hein of Flag- ,
Besides the guest of honor and ler Beach, have purchased a I River Sliced "Larry's" Home Made

the three hostesses, others present home in Venice Park Flagler I Lb. '

Mrs. were Jimmy: Mrs.Fields Frank, Mrs. Louise Brede, Beach. I BACON 49 !::: SausageLb.49MAXWELL < l

Taylor, Mrs. Joe Bruce, Mrs. Tom Mrs. Emma Kulp returned to
Duncan, Mrs. Leonard Johnson, her home on Central Ave. after
Mrs. Willie Aaron, Mrs. Terrell visiting six weeks with her HOUSE America's Favorite Shortening
Whitaker, Mrs."Grady Prather, daughter and son in law, Mr.
Sr., Mrs. Bob Whitney, Mrs. Dean and Mrs. II. G. Gabel, of Norris-
Peterson, Mrs. Al Zamba, Miss town, PatBooks
Orvllene Turpen and Joyce and COFFEE CRISCO

Jackie, Robinson. Are My Dish

COMMUNITY The Ladies CHURCH Guild will servea The(BY Flagler Dorothy Woman's Romans Club) Library 1 Lb. 59 :: 3 Lb. 59

chicken supper tonight at 6 .
has of the
a paperback
+ o'clock In Fellowship Hall. The Can CanLimit
'+ business meeting will follow OUR HOUSE DIVIDED, a
Premier Civil War Classic by
the .upper.1'sunday |
school is at 9:45: A.M. John McMaste. 1 With $5.00 or More Food Order Limit 1 With $5.00 or More Food Order
There have been similarities
with classes for all ages. Mom
ing worship 1 sat 11 o'clock with and confidences noted SPECIALS BELOWSweet
between the tragic deaths of 39<5
Rev. R. W. Dickert, pastor.
Lincoln and Kennedy. But oneI
had not seen before I came Treet Crushed '23 Oz. Bush Golden Sweet
Visiting with Mr. and Mrs.
Bob Whitney Sunday were Mr. across in this book. "About nine PINEAPPLE POTATOES For
and Mrs. Ormond MacMllllan the body (Lincoln's) was borne 2cr. 39C 'Z 39C
along the streets already draped
and children, Larry, Charlotteand with crepe...At two o'clock, 300 Van Camp' 303 Stokle/s Cut
Linda from Ocala. Mrs.
MacMllllan Mr. Whitney.Mrs. .is the daughter of and Johnson became took the the 17th oath Presidentof of office Pork & Beans 3 For39 j BEETS 3 For 390

the United States."The United
303 Georgia Red Streetman's
States in its
now has historytwo
as her guest Margaret for a Moody few weeks has men with name of Johnson aftera Tomatoes 3 For 3ge FIG BARS P g.. 3ge
taking over as presidents
her sister, Mrs. Joe Hood, and
son Billy, from Cross Forks, Pa. president was shot. 8 Oz.;j"""*'. 6 Oz. Corina
T. H. White.died recently, the TOMATO
BOY SCOUT SUNDAYTO author of two books that be SAUCE 4 For 3ge TOMATO PASTE 3 For 3ge
came classics while he was
Scout Troop 495 will alive. TIlE SWORD IN TIlE 150-2PIy-300 Sheets Klenex| For Dishes and Fine Fabrics
STONE is to be made into a
observe February National 9, by attending Scout Sunday their, \Walt Disney movie. And his TISSUES 2 Pkg. 39C TREND Z SK 39C
other book was the one from
individual churches. Scouts be.
long to the Methodist Church which the great musical CAME. 15 J-.C'uJr'W'; : Bremner1. ,

will take an active part in the LOT was taken. CHILI BW For
service this Sunday. This book has for its title, the Z 39e SALTINES 2 Boxes 39C

\ At five oclock Sunday evening Delmonte ...
first glance the title sounds Peter Pan
there will be a meeting at the
,church for the boys, their fam- like fascinating nonsense, but. CATSUP Z BottOlea 3ge PEANUT
'Hies and anyone interested in after the events of last November BUTTER 1J oz z3ge
It is to of thinking
my way
Scouting. The new charter will I 3 Oz.
the best title ever written.All JELLO 4 3ge Duke's
discussed at this time anda Bpxea'
{ light lunch will be served to of us saw in that month DOG Tall
'those attending. I I the past, the present, and the FOOD S Cans 3ge
future tragically Intertwined, FROZEN FOODS
I and reality turned into fiction
I I Fresh
Fruits &
MILLER before our ejes. Some cried "We 9 Oz. Mr. "G Vegetables
are looking at a Western" and New
Sweet Potato
'Ii ELECTRONICS fiction turned into reality that 1ENCN For AAA

1744 Ocean Shot* Blvd. was part poetry and part MORN. Fries LkJ
a REPAIRS ON TV'S O'Ucll's play.

WASHERSDRYERS 8 Oz. Morton Beef Chicken .
; Turkey
300 FOOT TREES Extra
Fancy Wa.h. State Red DeliciousPIES
; The karri) trees eucalypts of

Call Collect 672-0377 southwest Australia, grow near. 2F" 39 LMs
ly 300 feet tall and measure 10 Apples 2 39
.( "ALL WORK GUARANTEED feet across at the base, the National .
Geographic lays.
McKenxieStew Yellow

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Feb. 8, 1964 6:30-9:00 Your Purchase of 3 Fryer .! : Your Purchase of Four : Your More purchase Food Order of ,$5.00 not in.or

Whole or Cut-up !i ;I Light Bulbs, Any Size :. eluding carton of Cigarettes -

WHITE EAGLE Donation $1.50 Ea. Coupon Expires L I, Coupon Lxpires .. Coupon
Saturday Feb. 8 1964 S: Expires
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DAVID SEAN WILKINSON The Band Parents will meet I

..Mr.. and Mrs. Jerry Wilkinsonof Thursday night at 8 o'clock in We have discontinued retail sales at
Tallahassee announce the arrival i I the Band Room. All membersare

of a son, David Sean, on urged to attend. the lumber mill because: .
February 1. He weighed seven "
pounds and three ounces. I I Joan was hostess to

Mrs. Wilkinson is the former members of the Finesse Bridge I. Our is "
< manufacturing I
Laura Fetterley of Bunnell and Club Tuesday evening at the process

l is a sister of Mrs. Gordon Buck Street.Craig home, 109 North Orange for wholesale or truck load ship rifs: :'*.' :: ':

les- IV if ,.

,Guests of Mr. and Mrs. Vie. Members of the Senior Methodist
2. We do not have office .for retail
Youth set-up
tor,;Buckles last week at their Fellowship plan to .
home, Shell Bluff, included Mrs. meet at the church this after. :
: Buckles' sister, Mrs. E. L. Har- noon for a general cleaning of accounts or collections and ;.

key', and daughter Ruth Marie, the lawn and sidewalks. Theyare . 4-
of Palatka and Columbus, Ga. also inviting the Junior MYFto
During their stay they were Join in with them. I 3. The local hardware stores are properly -

Marie's making marriage preparations to for William Ruth Among those,in the local hospital l established to handle retail sales. .' r' \

for medical treatment Include
of Palatka. ,
Mrs. Mickey Massie, Flag. .
The wedding was at the Peel
home with members of the families lear Beach; Bill Deen, Travis .
Chambers. Wadsworth Lumber
and close friends present. Undergoing surgery
were Mrs. Bonnie Higginbotham,
A reception followed the cere
and Miss Carol Craig who un

.mony.The Harkey family are residents I. derwent an appendectomy Fri. I

of Palatka and are residing day.Returning
I home during the
temporarily in Columbus.Mr. Company"
weekend after receiving treatment
I were, Mrs. Jessie Muzyka, I
and Mrs. F. H. Howell i
and' Delores Deen.Continued .
visited during the past weekendin II I II i
( on Page 10)
Ocala, the guests of Mr. I .
Howell's brother in law and r ri1Ni .

sister, Mr. and Mrs. Dillon Hall. For Florida vegetable growers. . '

." James Miller of the Merchant
Marine is spending a few days
here visiting with Mr. and Mrs.

Victor Buckles'Buckles.brother. He is Mrs. T-J-L- .L-. _______

Guests of Mr. and Mrs. Gordon ff&
Buckles this past weekend were

her uncle and aunt, Mr. and Mrs. ,. .
Wyatt Lancaster, 9f Georgetown, - '
Maryl nd/' *** : *' contains ZINCManzate' 21
New maneb formulation
Buddy Barrow and Pee WeeKnight J4
who are stationed at
Tyndall Field in Panama City,
spent the past weekend here CJ{
with their parents, Mr. and Mrs.
Claude Barrow and Mr. and Mrs.
c.. II. Knight. ._.a* MANSD FUrctJlCIOE S
Mrs. Judy Lewis Park recently for better disease
received word that she had
passed the National Registered I4T4 and other crops
Nurse Test which she took re ,49n Potatoes

cently. She is the daughter of ,.
Mr. and Mrs. Clyde Lewis. I '

Members of the Bunnell and
Flagler Beach school faculties
attending a workshop in Orlando
Saturday were Mrs. Suzanne
Bourne, Mrs. Ruth Summerfeldt,
Mrs. Lois Hlgginbotham, Mrs.
Jenny Newell, Mrs. Daisy Moody,
Mrs. Rosemary Brown, Mrs. Viola
Tonkin, and John Baggett.Mr. .

and Mrs. T. E. Holden
have returned home after an extended

visit in ElIzabeth, D offers these I
Tenn., with their son in law and advantages:
daughter, Mr. and Mrs. Julian

and Mr.Mrs.and Mrs John, Tommy Hardln Salyerds visited 8 Controls many diseases on a vari 8 Safe to use when applied at short 4

with Mr. Hardin in Macclenny ety of crops. intervals according to directions. r'
and Jacksonville Saturday. .
8 Won't nozzles..and
Mrs. Robert Revels, accompan 8 Carries crops safely 1 through! ".""rainy clog spray ,
led by Lynda, George, and Jan small particles make better contact ;
and humid periods.May
Revels, were ]In Valdosta, Ga. fora with! disease organisms. b W,
visit with relatives during the 4 t
weekend. She was accompaniedhome .Ii be used with many of the Easy-to-use wcttable powder
by her mother, Mrs. Baxter
Button who will remain fora commonly-used pesticides. mixes easily.

visit. ... .

Chambers Guests of are Mr.her and parents Mrs. Buddy, Mr. On till t.rrtkdl.u.w Ubtling ltutrvttb*..*4 tnnlnp t."I.,,}". '.. .f

and Mrs. C. B. SUckney of St. .,; {",

Petersburg.Mr. ,
) ,
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and Mrs. Tony Kahlert ''''" .',"
had as their guests during the .
weekend Mr. and Mrs. Hubert ; ,, <[(fPOR "

Skipper .and son Danny of Fort . < :
Myers. 'The Sfclppw are former h" -...""
residents of ItunnelJL t.,,t; .:''::;-Y urns THS1.QF$fca.mDU.MHQ.'HAOIO.1 IMmwt
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dJ./oIuJa I' color. Repeat the spray three most ImpoMible to have any The Story of A mother. The calf, if dellVWt 'i,,h

q i times a week during color sea thing but a green thumb if you I normally, will be born tail-first .., ''\:

son. transplant a shrub from a pot Past experience Indicates that If I

(Dy Herrey Sharp) If you are thinking about buy or a can.Regardless. Pregnant PorpoiseA the baby is unable to swim, it .. J t

Some folks say that pedal ing some camellias, now, is the of the type of root rather lazy lady porpoiseis may be carried to the surfaceby 'ff'

pushers are garments that bring time to select the varieties you system you plaht, be sure to now taking full advantageof .two adult females.No .

j out natural beauty. So, take watot-while they are in bloom. settle these underground parts her "delteate condition" at predictions can yet be ,.. .

4 this tip and begin pushing for To see the flowers at their Sunday with a soaking-good supply of Marineland. made as to the probable day I ":
azalea petals it you want to best visit a camelllar show I '
._ II I water. The expetant mother porpoiseis of birth. }

I adorn your garden with natural and make a list of the varities The planting schedule also, eating 15 pounds of prepared .";.

beauty. that strike your fancy. Then It When in food-fish (blue runners), for
includes planted
roses. There lot of
1 are a good
The big freeze earlier this will be easier to make up your bushes will not I which she displays a decided waysto
January, rose become a failure, but never
month may have cut short the mind on what to buy when you lack of enthusiasm. She would
until after frost '
Therefore, sprout taking a chance is the most sue+ ,
'F of petals. visit the
supply nursery.
danger is past Planted earlier, apparently prefer the live mullet cessful.
'r, plan now to display the petals ; ,
that swim about her, but is
Now Is the time for plantingor rose sprouts may get I nipped
that did survive by preventing too Indolent to catch them. i NOTICE ,
of low
transplanting. Here are a during periods tempera
azalea flower-spot, This beauty TO WHOM IT MAY CONCERN:
few pointers to remember: Thereis tures. Instead, she habitually swims You will take notice that the
killing fungus can reduce a Board of County Commissioners of
slowly in a circular I
of blossoms a definite relationship between Water newly planted roses at pattern, Flakier County In accordance with ,
magnflclent display least week if rainfallis eyes closed as if dozing, and provisions of Sections 836.09 and
transplanting and pruning roots once per ,
into a slimy mush almost overnight 336.10, Florida Statutes.19S3.upon petition
and tops-each should be done short and be ready to sprayor comes fully awake only when of L. E. Wadsworth will
at 10:00: o'clock. A. M. on the Sad
of the diseaseis carefully. The root system ,of dust to control black spot disease a diver enters her special quar day of March, 1964 at its meeting
The first sign ters to fish 'to her. 1 In the County Court HouseIn
the bushes present She room
should as soon as
small water soaked spots oh I I I any plant approximatethe Bunnell Florida, consider and .
Dr. R. S. top in volume; therefore, the sprout.To a daily ration of eight I determine whether or not the I
the flower petals, -ays
multivitamin County will vacate, abandon, discontinue
Mullin, pathologist with the I tops of plants should be reduced I control this fungus disease capsules, concealed I close and renounce and
Service. I I in most cases. that shows up as black lesionson in her food. disclaim any right of the County
Agricultural Extension J, and the public In and to any landor
f rose leaf margins, try one When she learns to eat direct Interest therein, acquired fortoad
later the blossoms I Conifers are the exceptlon-
Then, a day ,
ly from the diver's hand or highway purposes which
collapse into a mass, of slime. I: they need not be pruned. ounce of Captan along with a she : swill road or highway Is more particularly '
few drops of a wetting agent, be released into the great described as follows:
You can prevent the fungus The bare-rooted plants are : a part of Section I 12, Town
from ravaging your blossoms I hardest to make live when shift. in four gallons of water. Apply Circular Oceanarium, where she!: IhPpelU South Range SO East and
will have I more particularly described as a
seven-day intervals more room to exercise.
this spring with a spray program ed to a new location. Balled the spray at strip of land, 50 feet In width
when black spot is present. She must learn hand-feeding before i measured 25.0 feet on each side of
of thiram or zlneb. Begin and burlapped plants usually and at right angle to, the following
the spray applications when the suffer very little in the transplanting If you want gladioli for Easter she joins the very active II described center line:
permanent colony of Beginning at the original Quar
early varieties begin to show process and it is al- or Mothers pay, plant them by porpoises. I ter Section Corner as' a point of f
---- the last of January. Plant groupsof Upon joining the colony, It Is I reference and running thence South
l10'66 East along the East line
corms every two weeks from expected that the other porpoises of the said Section 12a distanceof
will 614.0 feet to the center line t
display considerable
until weather and
now warm I of the "Old Brick Road" and said
I CRAIG FUNERAL HOMEA. you'll spread your flowering sea.Bon interest in her condition, ex. I point being the point of beginningof
: this description;
of the tall-stemmed blos aminlng her closely at 89'07'04 West.enro said

H. CRAIG, Funeral Director soms. Be sure to treat the corms It is probable that one tlmes'j center line 6600 a feet distance to the of East approximately line

JOHN CAPO Associate before planting to prevent dis other females will adopt her, to i of Tract 10 of Block A of the said
,;'1 the Section 12-, according to plat of
play role of
eases. Treat corms, by shaking. guardian "aunt"At I Bunnell Development Company; recorded -
l , ,AIR LADY OXYGEN them in .a paper bag containing' the moment of birth, the : In the In I public Plat; r Book llo.aft Flagler page 1

.. 55 ,IN, "CONDITIONEDCHAPEL I I EQUIPPED Spergon. remaining ten porpoises may I County Florida
,'I \ ATTENDANT citrus should from a tightly packed school ALSO .
I AMBULANCES Dooryard growers Being a part of Section 7, Township -
I Inspect trees for red ,spiders, below and at either side of the If South, Range 31 East and

I ; /. Phone ID 7.3532 mites and strip more of particularly land 50 described as a
purple and six-spotted feet In width !
by in DN .
remedy spray-one teaspoon measured 25.0 feet
on each side of .;
II .: ; 201 E. MOODY BLVD. BUNNELL FLORIDA other Insects during cool, dry S to a gallon of water. The ing and at I: ff'td to, the follow I.
center line
weather, For control, the stand. : Beginning
I ._ clerk at the garden center may at the original Quarter
J Corner on the West line of
I I have a better suggestion. Section 7. Township 12 South,
Sulfur spray, four tablespoonsper Range 31 East as a point of ref.
erence and running thence South
gallon of water will kill 1-10'56' East, along the West line
of,the said Section 7, a distance
rust mites
and give you clean, of 684.0 feet to the center line
bright fruit. However, if you believe of the "Old Brick Road" and said
point being the point of beginning.
next to your'electric that russet fruits are of this description; thence running
sweeter than clean fruit then North 89'07'04 East along said
center line distance of 1280.70
delay, the spray applications until feet to the East line of the W%
of the WV4 of the said Section 7.
you are sure that the fruits Bearngs are referred to the Mercator -
have the correct I East Grid Aslmuth.
amount of In.
I All Interested parties
may appear -
jury. : and be heard at the time and
J 'place above specified
.r'"F P'C Dated this list day of January
I A. D. 1964
I Board of County Commissioners
':.'. Community of Flagler County, Florida
By Otis S Hunter. Chairman.

I : Memorial Church ATTEHTi E. A SMYTHE. Clerk.
February 6-Itc ,
I 1eter-deaemlastloaal I II
: IN (ANCRItY NO. 4810
( S I Dayton A... FLOSSIE POPE Plaintiff

F N a
4: : T Sunday School 10:00 A.M. VINCENT POPE Defendant

S J Church Service 11:00: A.M. I NOTICE TO IEFENUTILE :
Route 3, Box 379
1C\'ERYOt1Jl Clinton. North Carolina
.... You are hereby notified that a
.L.AI.11 1JJ A ,
rawara. suit has been filed against you In
the above entitled cause; and you
1. are hereby required answer
r e with the ktoorlhr.o'o: t,
HASTINGS MATTRESS and to serve a copy thereof upon
0 & UPHOLSTRY the plaintiff or plaintiffs attorney,
WORKS whose name and address Is:

710.12 Lemon St. laden RAY SELDEN Building

Palatka Florida Daytona Beach Florida
not later than February 17th. A. D.
Phone EA 5.9166 1861.It.
Furnltu" you fall to da so. decree proconfeeso
% Upholstering will be entered against
Repaired & ReflnUhed you for the relief demanded in the
Mattresses & Box Springs bill of complaint.. The nature of I
said suit being for divorce.
Made Order Also Renovated WITNESS my hand and seal of.
Call Laura Morris 437-3233 said Court this 14th day of January
A.D. 1981
After 6:00 r. M. (Official Seal) E. A SMYTHS
PRICES Clerk of said Circuit Court
REASONABLE. I By Julia R. Harvey,

AN AUTOMATIC ALL.ElECTRIC DRYER b a FASTEST EVER! You need fewer clothe for Just as near as your Jan. 11-21-10 A Feb. .-4tciv

perfect companion for yOU electric washer. growing children-and fewer towels aheeta Drop Phone Us or A Card Post Office or Call run cinrt COUNTY;IT COURT PXOIUUA OKKhAt.l.tcn -

WHAT A TIME-SAYER! Ju t pop in the clothe and linens too-when you an wash and dry Free Pick-up & Delivery WILLIAM IV rilAf-KHY NO. 4811

and set the dial "InaUnt sunshine" is everything quickly and conveniently TIERNEYPlaintiff

always at your command. .day or night, DRIES BEST, COSTS LESS! Insist on an off. MARY COSTELLO vs. TIERNEY

rain or shin. electric dryer. Free from flame and fumes, 1 Defendant

WHAT A WORK-SAVERI! Goodbye backache it needs no flue and can be installed any. 3ir? Iiglrr SrtbunrMRS. TUB STATE KOTirE OF TO FLOIUI DKKKVIl>A. TO-

and tired teet. No more lifting and luwhere.. An all-electric dryer ia CHEAPER Bt'fMJlLL, FLORIDA I I MARY 2t7 CastUton COSTELLO Avenue TIERNEY

I l ging heavy wash baskets to clotheslines TO DUY.. CHEAPER TO 5PERATE1 i r Ne.r hereby,,. New York
are notified
I back again.WHAT For complete washday freedom, go o&lectrie n n. FULLER EditorD..lg.ateS suit has been filed against yon la a

k A CtOTHES-SAYERI!Electricity's flame. with an automatic Electric Washer, Clothe I arc the hereby above entitled required cause to fll.; your and! you answer

t less and fumeleaa heat ia gentle to your Dryer, "alt-down" Electric Ironer, and a OflUlal P.l1kctl.s with the Clerk of this Court
and to
serve a thereof
clothes. Dries 'em fluffy, sweet-smelling, super-fast, auper-aafe Electric Water Heater the plaintiff or plaintiffs copy upon
5 for P.UI. !Utlee. .f r...... attorney,
wrinkle-free.. in billows of warm, dean air. for hot water a-plenty without waiting or i I I whose name and address Is:
.. RAY
( .t,. Maalelp.lltla SKLDKX
t.treta I Ia. I
With a timeless all-electric dryer there are worrying. And remember-it'e cheaper to go Selden Building

\ \ .' no products of combustion, no fuel odors to cZWcrtric+ in your kitchen-laundry than louse .. ta. Slat .l rUrlda I I I not later Dayton than February Iteach. Florid 17th. A. TXIf'

linger in your laundry. No fading yellowing.. acornbiaationofservkes.SEEYOURELECColors I 1981

stay bright, white things snow-white. TRIO APPLIANCE DEALER TODAY.i1tvJ"JttlfaZil Entered al second class matter confesso yon fall will to be.do entered so. decree against pro

February 1. nil at the Ottome.at you for the relief demanded in the
BnnMll. Florid, under act of I bill of complaint. The nature of
aid suit
being for dlvorc

; tf-fneleN 1! r 2 (iI' March $. 1171. aid WITNESS Court this my 14th hand day and of seal Janu of

irs txtAftt TOO I any A.D. 1>:..
On. year .. ,1.1 ( Seal E. A. SMYTHE
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FLORIDA POWER & LIGHT COMPANY Six month -... ..tLU I r Cleric By JIr11a of said R. HaneyJan. Circuit Court

MllfiHt a0/10 nOltlOA U.U6 reb.Hie: Clerk



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employed by American Bans
Too Late have found it profitable to M al
highly secret and valuable information *
and pass it on for a
To Classify price to some foreign firm. "Drug
piracy" cases involving patent
UT Kor I
ed drug secrets and antibiotic
In the last few years a new i,cultures developed by certain
and dangerous type of espionage II laboratories are now before both
has become a threat to our!.civil and criminal courts, point. PLASTIC DISH PAN :
national economy and security.It ing up the critical situation f' r
Is research espionage and It II faced by industrial research With $5.00 or More

is being practiced not only by leaders. Meat Purchaseu.
our enemies but in some cases I The research thief who peddlesour
by our allies. industrial secrets by secure
As we are all aware, American ing documents and formulas .s. D. A. CHOICECHUCK ti,; ,
from employer files and selling
firms foundations and organizations *
spend hundreds of them to competitors abroad are
millions of dollars and many undermining the n a 11 o n's STEAK .Ih. 53u.
years of effort in research. This I strength 'just as much as the .
is conducted by private thief who peddles military sec I
research .s. D. A. CHOICE 4
industry in an effort to provide
this nation and the world better that weakens our *
things for better living. national economy and destroysour Round Bone ROAST 'Ib. 59
This is particularly true world market is as harmfulto .
and our welfare and our futureas
of our pharmaceutical
electronic industries whose research are the fruits of military espionage TENDER-JUICY
has developed the American and Congress could do
knowledge and knqw-how well to take vigorous steps to CUBE STEAK' Ib 79''
protect American research and
that has been a bulwark of our .
Industry against this vicious .
free enterprise system. The products
and techniques developed, and dangerous practice.
by this costly, indpendently financed i Streak O'Lean Armour Star SlicedBOLOGNA

research have steadily THE BOOK NOOKO WHITE BACON
enabled us to maintain our economic
leadership and extendedour RIVER REMEMBER
political' power around the By Martha Ostens Lb Zge 2"". 77c
globe. This is the heart warming
This gigantic Industry of discovery .I story of Irish and Norwegian
has become a $10 billion pioneers in Minnesota from 1870 Wilson's Certified, FRESH LaRuta 12 Oz. Can
giant entirely private and com to 1941.
petitive. It has given us the I In the beginning of the story BAKING 4to71bAvg.>> CORNED BEEF Ea. 3Sc

products of the future and help. Norma Shaleen is boarding a "
ed protect our high standard of bus to her home when she accidentally HENS 39* Our Value (Cream Style) 303 Can
living and our high wages. meets Brill Wing, a CORN (Um 4) Each
childhood acquaintance.They fOe
From it have come the auto.
matic computers, ,new light and eventually fall .in love Lean Western Saxet (Limit 4)) 303 Can
\ durable metals and plastics and marry.
life-saving drugs and useful o RIVER REMEMBER is not PORK LOINROAST GREEN BEANS Each fOe

chemicals and the new miraclesof only their story, but the story ll
electronics and chemistry.It of their ancestors, how they 53c Beacon Limit Pleaie
is Imperative that the fruitsof came to Minnesota and how Quart
American research be as they were drawn together by BLEACH fOe
love, yet torn apart because of
carefully guarded as are the,
Orange or Grape 46 Oz. CanDIXIE'CRYSTAL
secrets of our military activities. a mother's pride. '.
While research knowledge is I I am sure you will enjoy readIng CIRCUSDRINK4ForlDAIRY
protected by American and some their story, Just as I did.
foreign patents, other countries Library Assistant SUGAR
afford no such protection andif I Ida Allen. << SPECIALS >>
they can steal this knowledgeand
produce the products of STATE CHAMPS S Bag 48* Sun Spun lib. Qtrs'

our costly and time-consuming (By Leon Burgoyne) "".
research by manufacturing these ,I This is a story of a small Limit (1) with $5.00 or more food order OLEO 2 29*
products with cheap starvation I I town basketball team that becomes .
Pillsbury Apple Pk,. of 8
wages they can undersell us and state champions.The .
thus weaken our economic pow. main character of the TURNOVERS 49*
er throughout the world. story is a boy who at the be. Pillsbury (Plain or Self-Rising)
Several valuable research ginning of the season was unable .
formulas developed at great to play until the 5th or 6th FLOUR << FROZEN FOODS >>
cost and effort have been stolen game because of a knee injury
(from under our noses carried and without him they would Winter Garden (Beef.Chicken*Turkoy)

Ito, other countries. In one case I I I not have been able to win the Sflag 38C PIES 6 *g:: 'I00
,at least, the U. S. Government championship.
contracted with a foreign firm Library Assistant Limit (1) with $5.00 or more food order
to supply it with a product developed John Baggett << FRESH PRODUCE >>
by our own research.
This was offered at a lower price WHALES DON? SPOUT WATER U. S. No. 1POTATOES
since there was no research cost] Whales do not spout fountains Large SizeCHEER
as far as the foreign producerwas of water from their nostrils. sLb.9c
I to be a
concerned and it was produced What appears
with cheap labor in direct stream of water is moisture from 4 Pound Cello
competition with American I the whale's breath condensingas BAG APPLES Each 39*
high standards. it meets the cooler, outside 2 for 49*
Scientists and researchers I air. Ga. Red SweetPOTATOES

-- Limit (2) with $5.00 or more food order "".
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NOTICENotice rj-jj'i SO FREE 50 FREE .;

is hereby given that a municipal election GIFT BOND STAMPS j GIFT BOND STAMPS I I GIFT BOND STAMPS .
will be held in the City of Bunnell Florida, on With purchase of With purchase ef ( With purchase of
Tuesday, the 3rd day of March, A. D. 1964, for (1) 98c Bottle Dill' 1 (pkg of 4) 1 $5.00 or More Food ,
the purpose of electing three City Commissioners. ROYAL COUGH SYRUP LIGHT BULBS OrderCoupon
All persons desiring to have their names printed Void After / \ Coupon Void After Coupon Void After
upon the official ballots as candidates are with requiredto whomhe G' .,, 1 Feb. 9, 1964 ) ( Sunday Feb. 9, 1964 Sunday, Feb. 9, 190-1 ,
to the City Clerk of said city, tL .
pay jk Au uAu 4V >t A Xt yi S SS X*
qualifies, a filing fee of five per centum (b%)
of the annual salary of the office of City Commissioner
of said city on or before 12:00 o'clock noon,
on the 21st day of February A. D. 1961.

Notice is further given that the registration booksof . 1
the City of Bunnell, Florida are now open for X111 *: ;s111
registration of voters to and including the 21st day Ilia
until 12 noon, of February A. D. 1964. HUiIiIiUtITj

City Clerk
Jan. 30 4 Feb. 6-J3.2O--Ite 8:00 a.nv -1 iOO p.m.


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''I -- I-a -proposal.- I have gone over Home 'Mortgages

Cemetlli on very carefully the list of 15 primary Park-In Laundry and Dry Cleaners

and secondary factors In Florida DeclineHome .
1-95 Being Asked which the Bureau uses In review- 4ALSOJabaly's
ing these proposals and I feel; purchase of mortgages
By Billy MatthewsA i.' we.would be on safe ground. recorded in Florida reached $1- Rug
Again, I urge thfe Department 270,037,000 through October of
of a letter Congressman I shall be but this high volume
copy to reconsider, and last year
D. R. (Billy) Matthew I'grateful for anything you can was 6 per cent below the same Bill's Shoe Repair & Hat Cleaners

sent to the Florida State Road I do to help us in this batter.. period of 1962, the Florida State I WALTON JOHNSTON AGENT
of Flagler ,
Dept., concerning use Sincerely, Chamber of Commerce reports.
County cement, in -constructionof I 1>. R. Matthews, M. C. "The peak year for home pur ID 7-3575 BUNNELL
Interstate follows: I, chase activity In the state was SERVING FLAGLER COUNTY
January 30, 1964 1959 when the 10-month tally
lion. John R. Phillips, Chairman II stood at $1,473,000,000. The next I
Florida State Road Department I three years averaged $1,316,000-
Tallahassee, Florida. i I II 000 for the like period. NEW FASHIONS IN FIRE INSURANCEThe

Dear John: :I I Mr. and Mrs. John Capo had I "Florida Savings & Loan Associations I fire insurance policies we write still give the scone
I: know you have concerningthe been contacted I their young daughter Jacqueline!I were the original dependable protection. But today you can ften>> enjoy ad.
several times Lea chirstened Sunday morning lenders of $604,956.000 of the dltlonal coverage benefits-Home Owner's Policy-at very.
use of concrete In the con at the First Methodist Church.I I state's 10-month total last year. I little extra costRemember ,
struction of Interstate Highway Williams Commercial banks loaned $117-
God Parents were Mrs. Judy I
Duval County to Vo- I I H. T. Cook is ready to help
95 from and Stewart Craig. 964,000; individuals loaned $203540,000 ,- Agency you
lusla County, but I respectfully who, ; and government agen i take advantage of these extra coverages. Telephone 4373361
from St. Augustine
appeal to you and the State Those cies $316,396,000. Insurance companies or stop In soon for full details.
for the service were
Road Board for a reconsideration.As came Mr. and down Mrs. Stewart Craig, the $27,181,000 as original H. T. COOK AGENCY
I am primarily
you know, 11 cent, the only'I
lenders, up ,per I
concerned because !the Lehigh I paternal grandmother, Mrs. Loy group to register a gain. Phone 437-3361 Citizens Bank Building Bunnell, Flo.
the maternal grandmother f
M: 'Portland Cement Plant at Flag i Capo, and "Mortgage totals are Availablefor ,
ler Beach has been shut down Mrs. Dean Vaughn; also Volusia with -
six counties.
II IItor :Mrs.Capo's sister, Mrs. Ellis Hull
of the seventeen !
five out past closed. \and children Lynn and Tommy. I $39,002,700, up 25 per cent, was
month and is presently Broward's total
the only gain.
I feel that the use of concrete I came to $120,625,800; Dade $299 '

on this portion of Interstate 95 FISH MORTALITY HIGH 903,600; Pinellas, $89,783,000; Du- 'I
would give a much needed boostto Forty ships from some 20 nations I val $85,277,700; and Orange I II AMBULANCE
the economy of that area. are currently engaged in I$52,533,100. PHONE VAlley 4 1625

This would not be in conflict the International Indian Ocean I "Mortgages included in these I SERVICE ST. AUGUSTINE. FLORIDA
with the Federal Bureau of Public . Expedition. Of major Importance I figures are $20,000 or less( as re I
Road's consideration of municipal will. be studies in marine ported to the Home Loan Bank I Never be hesitant about calling. a Garcia Ambulance. We
and area preferences and biology, for although this ocean Board) secured almost entirely aie always at your service with promptness safety and
+ > recognition of local industry, but I contains the world's most pro. by residential properties." II I
It. would be a boon to Flagler ductive fishing grounds, it has I experience

".County which ha4 an unemployment an unusually. high fish mortality Porpoises at Marineland of I Equipped With Oxygen Resusitator and Inhalator
.. rate of 12.5 per cent in rate, the National. Geographic Florida may have, according to
March of 1963, according to the says the species, from 80 to 160 peg. Garcia Funeral Home
.w,\Florida Industrial Commission shaped teeth. However, they
'Y* t 'understand that concrete The dictionary is the only swallow their food whole, using i.- P. E. GARCIA, Licensed Funeral Director

has been widely used in the Interstate place where success comes before the teeth only to catch and hold, LADY ASSISTANT

Highway Program and work. but no chew small fish. I .......... .. .... . .. .. .. ... ... . .... ... .. ............r.
states of Alabama ---- -----
our I ---- -- -- - ----------- ,
and Georgia make extensive
use of it. The figures 1 I

have indicate that Alabama CHEVELLE SPORTS CHEVROLET
used 1,032,440 square yards and RHALSBU SUPER by

Georgia used 2,595,625 square
yards of concrete in highway
construction in 1963, whereas
Florida used on 225,932. I realize
that many factors contribute to
this greater use by Alabama
and Georgia, but I assume it.is :4 Is
partially because it is generally
recognized that concrete gives
the lowest overall cost over a
period of time since lower future
maintenance costs and
longer life result. Statistics I
have seen indicate that the life

comparison of concrete highways ,
is 25.3 years as opposedto 4 '
t E'
16.8 years for bituminous lit 4
roads. Also, the annual maintenance
per unit of concrete is
only $223 as against $,152 for
bituminous. 4 'W'Li

John, since the federal government .
will finance 90 per cent of
the initial construction, with
the State providing future main.
tenancy, I honestly do not be
JIve it will cost the State of :
Florida, or our taxpayers In the :
long run, more to use concrete.
I note from your release of
January 10, 1964, that you esti
mate a difference of $28,000 per
mile, but there are so many factors h
that would Justify this cost.I .
discussed this matter
of Background,raw Ch.v.t1.Malibu Sups Sport Coup,foreground.Chvt Malibu Super Sport Convtrttbl*.
with officials In the

Public they Roads would and be I sincerely sympathetic believe I What's so super about the Chevelle Malibu Super Sports?

if the State Road Departmentwould "Inside? Front bucket seats. All-vinyl interior. Ammeter, axle, sintered-metallic brake linings and sports-
submit a proposal to use Floor-mounted styled simulated walnut steering wheel, to name just
and water
oil temp gauges.
V r concrete on this section ofv Interstate pressure
95. I would certainly be straight-lino shift lever for Powerglide or sporty 4- a few of them.OutsideT .
'f willing to meet with them again Speed* stick shift Special moldings and wheel covers, SS iden

to urge their acceptance of such Under the hood? Lots of choice.Two Sues-standard tification. Actually, about all that's not super about

z 120-hp and optional 155-hp. Three VS's, from standard these Malibu SS Coupes and Convertibles is their price.

''e PETERSON TEXACO 2S3-cu.-in. up to (you're reading it right!) And the best way to find out what everything

SERVICE 327.cu.-in.* Try Ibis one to flatten out hills! CHEVROLETrear else is that makes them so super is to drive one.Options' .

ROAD SERVICE ? Electric tachometer, Positraction Your Chevrolet dealer can take care of that.
pjwmaJ ol extra corf.
Light Mechanical Work
Phone 437-3441 Buxmtll THE GREAT HIGHWAY PERFORMERS Chevrolet Chevelle Chevy n Conralr Corvette

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Alsco Aluminum Siding

with Dupont "TEDLAR"Not .

,439-2214 Flagler Beach, TELEPHONE ID 7-3131

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