Title: Flagler Tribune
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Permanent Link: http://ufdc.ufl.edu/UF00079914/00587
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Title: Flagler Tribune
Uniform Title: Flagler Tribune
Physical Description: Newspaper
Language: English
Publisher: s.n.
Place of Publication: Bunnell, Fla.
Publication Date: April 16, 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: VID00587
Source Institution: University of Florida
Holding Location: University of Florida
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Resource Identifier: oclc - 33426131
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t VOLUME\ 52, NO. 15 BUNNELL, FLORIDA, THURSDAY, APRIL 16, 1964 $2.50 A YEAR ',1,

Woman's Club SMALL CLAIMS Plan Korona And RED CROSS DRIVE School Board

r Burns Mortgage COURT SESSIONSmall St. Mary's Church ABOUT COMPLETEDThe Rescinds Action ,' 1'1

Claims Court Judge Red Cross drive in Flag. \:

Before Big CrowdMrs. Leola Jones said she handed 50th AnniversaryA ler County Is progressing with Of Last MeetingA
down one default Judgement to $123.00 needed to reach their
Jasper White, president Mrs. Chlois Decker In the case planning meeting of the goal of $600.00, Mrs. Cora Buckles special meeting of the Flager ,, '
t of the Flagler Woman's Club ,of Mrs Chlois Decker Vs. Caro. Executive Board for the 50th said today. County School Board was '

was mistress of ceremonies at lyn McCraney. This was in the anniversary of Korona and completion Flagler Post 115 of The Amer held Tuesday night to air complaints -
the club's "Mortgage Burning April 1st session. She also con. of the St. Mary's Catholic lean Legion; is in charge of the of citizens on the board's
t Ceremony" Sunday afternoon In tlnued two cases. Church, was held Sunday Drive in the County. Those who falling to recommend the reappointment -
the clubhouse. The invocation In the Wednesday session she afternoon. wish to contribute to the drive of John Baggett,
was given by Rev. Reynold reported two cases were settled The Board set the dates for are asked to call members of supervising principal .+1 ,I
Hoover. out of court. the observance as October 3rd the Post and the contribution
Board Chairman Raymond \
I The ceremony was held at Next session of court will be and 4th. The Board is also work. will be picked up by the com- Tucker relinquished the chair to ,J ;

the clubhouse on South Central April 29.Legion. Ing on a souvenir program and mittee. Vice-Chalrman Harold Emery. '.-'
they would like to obtain any .
Avenue, Flagler Beach. Approxi In so doing Mr. Tucker said he ,/,
mately 175 attended the meet Post I 115 photos or snapshots of early Cancer Crusade felt the board had acted in 't, "
settlers, buildings etc. Those 1
ing which included club members haste at the April 7th meeting \ .a .f
I official of the City of Flag I Will Entertain having these pictures are askedto Drive Monday inFlegkLCounty in not accepting Bagget's reap f'' ';
ler Beach, Bunnell, and County leave them with Lee Drazbaat pointmcnt '

Officials. Senator Verle Pope of Commander the White Eagle. They will Since his vote was the one .
Dept. :
be preserved and. returned to
St. Augustine and Representative
breaking the tie vote at that \
William Wadsworth of American Legion Department the owners. Mrs. Bette McDanlel has been meeting, he wanted the oppor. ';",
Bunnell were also present and Commander Jack Adams will be The tentative program calls named chairman of the Cancer tunity to offer the motion that ": :1
gave congratulations to the guest speaker at Flagler Post for Church ceremonies to be Crusade drive Monday night In the board rescind the action of I, '

club membership. 115 meeting Monday night. The held at the St. Mary's Cemetery Flagled County. She said dis April 7th in dropping Mr. Bag \
Others appearing on the program meeting will be at the Civic on Saturday, October 3rd. Alsoa I trill chairmen have been named gett from the list of recommendations . 'It"
t were Flagler Beach Mayor Center and will begin at 8 o* Polish Sausage Supper and and the drive will begin Mon presented to them by

George Wickline who gave the clock. dance in the evening.On day night at 7:30.: The Fire Department Supt Z. D, Holland.

:' welcome. Mayor Shelton Barber Commander Adams will speakon Sunday High$ Mass will be will sound the fire si.rene A vote on the motion was \

r of Bunnell, County Commissioner American Legion's Child held at. St. Mary's Church, followed at 7:30: marking the open. taken and showed Tucker, Em i.'
Jack Clegg, Frazier Jones of Welfare Program. This will al by a luncheon for dlgnataries ing of the crusade. ery and Mrs. Myrtle Rice voting i 1 i
the Red Cross and other officials so serve as his official visit to of the Church, City, Coun County Cancer Chaper presl- for the motion. Voting against
i were Introduced and offered the post. Post Commander Cora ty and State. A band concert dent Homer Brooks said the was Herschel King and James
congratulations Buckles said this will also be will be presented and well quota has been set for $1,000.00 Crews.

Mrs. Richard Collins, District his official visit to a Joint meat known speakers will appear on for Flagler County. Mrs. Rice then offered a motion *

t Six director of Florida Federation ing posts of Bunnell, Palatka, the program. Mrs. McDaniel has named to accept the recommendations
of Women's Clubs, was ale Hastings and St. Augustine. the following to serve as chair. I as offered April 7th by
The Executive Board composed
so a guest of honor. I Commander Buckles also saida man in the county districts; Supt Holland. The recommendations ..'
of Rev. Father D. Conessa
I- Life members were also pre. short business session of the chairman Lee Draz Mrs. Freda Deen baa been were read by Holland I,
I sented. They are: Mrs Myrtle local post will be held at 7:30 I ba, general chairman; Martha I named as chairman of the workers Vote on the motion was also ...
Streeter, Mrs. Mae Hendren, and and that all members are urged vice chairman Joseph who will canvass the residential three to two--Tucker, Rice, and
: Zysk, ;
Mrs. Alice Charon, to 'attend both sessions. Ught Slovak Daniel Smlg district Emery voting yes; King and "
.' I' A coral p1inder l?'dl.rection refreshments'be.served 191lowing''Te' lelskl, treasurer,secretary; ;Mrs. Ruby Ja In the Bunnell Business Dls Crews voting no. ,- ,'"4\' I
? Mrs
'' Meetings.Several Carol Jean Atkinsonis During a discussion of the
of'Emily gave"two
Gage ; roz, Womens Activities chairman chairman.
selections: and dedicated a sec members of the local I ; Edward Goreckl, Men'sActivities question Mr. Tucker asked the
ond number to a iecently departed post are making plans to attend chairman; Mrs. Julia Members of the Country Club group of citizens attending the
member, Mrs. Margaret the District Constitutional Con : Stanish, Stanley Smlgielskl, and with Mrs. Ellua Til ton, chair meeting to vote on the matter.
Buteux Mrs. Betty Shultz sang ference to be held in Daytona 1 EmU Mizanin, members of the man, will be in charge of the Standing In favor of accepting
"The Sunshine of Your Smile." Beach this Saturday and Sunday I.. board of directors. BImini, Haw Creek, and St. Supt. Holland recommendationswas
Past presidents were intro Johns Park sections. a large majority of those t'
duced and presented with light I Mrs. Betty Collins was named present Standing! for the "no"
chairman of the Flagler Beach vote were four.
ed tapers to ignite the mortgage.Mrs .
Naval An estimated crowd of 250
held Hospital area.
: White the mortgage
r for the lighting ceremony. Methodist ChurchConference Espanola, Mrs. Joyce Patrick; citizens of the county attendedthe
Cites Corpsman Korona, Lee Drazba; Marine. meeting.
( Past presidents were: Mrs. HeldBy land, Mrs. Ace Drummond; Board members Herschel King
I E. P. Fleurle, Mrs. Mary Hart, B. Shell Bluff Mrs. Cora Buckles and James Crews made state
Henry TrojanChief ;
pi Mrs. Myrtle Streeter, Mrs. Isa ( Rev H. P". Porter) Favoritta Mrs. Jo Strick ments in support of their move
I Betty
bel Morrow, who served half a Dr. Joe TUlle, DeLand District I Hospital Corpsman Henry land. to oust Mr Baggett
year before moving away; Mrs. Superintendent of Methodist B. Trojan of Newport R. I.,
h Flossie flames, who served one Churches, visited with the Pint; has been chosen! as the Naval POLISH SAUSAGE

f and a half years; Esther Light Methodist Church of Bunnetl c.'n'' Hospital's Enlisted Man-of-the. O'Brien SUPPER
Sidney SET FOR
ly, Mrs. Olive Kolhaas, Mrs. April 5. Dir Tolle brought an Month. Mr. Trojan is the son
Pauline Magee, Mrs. Mickey inspiring message entitled "1n of Mrs. Lillian Trojan of Korona SATURDAY WEEKThe
Passes In
Massey. Mrs. Virgil Hoover, terpretations" at the morning and the late Barney Trojan. Away Korona Civic Club will

Mrs. Marie Brede, and Mrs. Isla worship hour.A Chief Trojan, who WM chosenfor ; serve another of their popular
I Kester. basket dinner on the hU outstanding work as Polish Sausage Suppers on Sat

grounds was enjoyed by abou petty officer In charge of the O'Brien, retired policeman urday evening, April 23: at the
i The club was presented with 80 members at noon. radiology service, received a letter of Jacksonville!, passed away White Eagle. Serving time will
two checks of $50 each from The Church and Quarterly of appreciation, ten dollars, at Baptist Memorial Hospital be between 0:30:: and 0 P.M.Proceeds ,
l Mrs. Hilda Williamson and Mrs. Conference followed with a good a 72-hour liberty and a gift I In Jacksonville Tuesday of the supper will be

r Molly Lines.Senior attendance and was presidedover certificate from Max G. Ober. evening after a long illness H? used for the club's civic workin

by Dr. Tolle. New officers hard Naval Store. is a brother In law of Sheriff the county. Leo Drazba re
{ were elected. for the 19
Citizens Year. Reports on the progressof read "Chief Trojan has a )Ir. O'Brien served In the police uted $10 to the Red Cross Drivein
the church was given by the superb knack for handling his detective department of the county.SPECIAL x

1 Picnic at BulowInstead pastor and leaders of the church. men; he is courteous, affable, Jacksonville about 25: years Following : !
Ray L. Mercer and Dr. Allen '
quiet but efectlve. Under his retirement nine years MUSIC AT
of the regular meeting Reynolds were recommended by supervision the department runs ago, Mr. and Mrs. O'Brien builta BAPTIST CHURCHThe ,I
r at Flagler Beach Recretation the conference and certified as smoothly and effectively.' home In the Venice Park sub Junior choir, under direction
I Center, the Flagler Senior Citizens Lay Speakers In the Florida Chief Trojan embodies the division of Flagler Beach on of Mrs Odell Clegg, will
I Club will have an afternoon Conference of the Methodist long held concept that "Chiefsare Palmetto St They later sold the present a special number at the I''''

picnic Tuesday, April 21, Church.Dr. the backbone of the Navy" home and returned to Jacksonville morning worship service this
at Bulow Ruins.Chairman Tolle commended us on and is an asset to the .
deprat- to engage In the real estate Sunday at the First Baptist
E. Lester Stanton the progress made this year in ment, the hospital, and the business.! Church. The topic of the morn
said that members and their membership gains and other .
Navy. Funeral plans are not complete ing sermon will be The Worst
guests will meet at the Recreation advances. His commanding officer said: but tentative plans can Thing a Person Possesses."

Center at 12 o'clock noon I "I would like to express my ap for services to be held In Jack At the 8 P. M. worship service,
and go in a group to the pldnlc I predation for a Job well done sonville. Interment will be at the seromn topic will be "The
i I area. I I Library Open House For and offer my personal congratulations the Shady Rt Cemetery In Complete Commandment" The ,
"Bring your fishing gear" FUflcr Woman's Club on your selection." Holly Hill.Survivors. ordinance of baptism will also )
! '" Stanton added for the benefitof The Flagler Woman's Club Chief Trojan retire May lit Include his wife, be observed during the evening r

those who plan to attend Library will be "open house" on after 30 years of service. He will )1,.. Sortie O'Brien of Jacksonville service. All are Invited to attend
l' "for the fishing is good" April 16 from 1 to 4:30 P.M. be retired as a warrant officer, ; two sisters, Mrs. Sara Gunnof I these services.
i The customary practice: of Members of the Library Board the rank he held during World Mulberry and Mrs. Alice Kid. I

J 1 bringing food table service and will be present to welcome all War It lie plans to remain In well of Atlanta Georgia. The boa constrictor, as a specie ,
{,\ beverage will be followed All residents and visitors to Flagler the Newport area following his *, range' north from Argentina .
, HNiiof citizens are invited to Beach. retirement" His wife Ruth and Mrs. Jessie Muzyka returnedto almost to the southern bore ,
this first outdoor affair of the There will be a hospitalitytable three daughters, Ruth Ann her home from the local hospital der of the United States, accord. ,'
Mason to be scheduled by the and everyone invited to Sharon and Linda, reside at 103 where she received medical Ing to ROM Allen, of Florida's
dub. inspect the library. Second St. Newport treatment for several days. Silver Springs


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better. Gene Barber did a' good THE BONOOKl/ .
job on it. Both of the teams will ELECT
'PSPOR7Y '* !
meet today. THREE CAME HOME I 'r{-

Kelly is expecting to toe the By Agnes Newton Keith j| MARY E. SMITHFOR

mound for Sheltons and Werth. Three Came Home by Agnes i I

erington will be tossing them in Newton Keith is a book express.j I
I for Bakers. All midget leaguers ing all the true terror of war. j

FIRST PLACE please take note The first base. This is a book of the author, Supervisor of RegistrationFOR
Bakers 5-10 scored two in
runs I I ball game of the season will be her son, George, and her husband ;,
the first inning on three walks I I
on TV Saturday-New York Harry, and their life in i
and a single. John Geller re II' FLAGLER COUNTY
Yankees vs. Baltimore Orioles. a Japanese concentration camp
lieved George Revels in the
sec.. Our field day prize at the end during World War II. Your, Vote and Support Wilt Be AppreciatedCRAIG
ond inning. John ran into difficulty
of the season will be three autographed
Mrs. Keith her feelIngs -
walking five batters and expresses
Paid Political Adv.
balls by a New York I
well those of her
Bakers scored two more runs to as as
Yankee player. fellow prisoners in such a
go ahead four to nothing. I way -
Sheltons missed Mike to inspire admiration to those
Kelly'sfast LEAD
ball. Mike has been sidelined BAKERS I reading her book. I.''
with a bad foot Shelton I am sure you will enjoy this FUNERAL HOMEA.
Bakers Five & Ten, with a I
scored two runs in the third to book just as I did.
five and three standing, is lead.
make the score four to two. In Library Assistant, IL CRAIG, Funeral Director
Ing in the Bunnell Midget
the top of the fifth, Shelton had League. Ida Allen. JOHN CAPO Associate .

the tieing runs on bases when
Zane Kelly hit a single, sending Today's game will find Bakers AIR OXYGEN

Revels to third. and Shelton meeting in a LADY
game that will change the story ATTENDANT
Dudley Improta, flashy second I AMBULANCES
for the league. A win for Shel Cecil S. Forester
sacker for Sheltons, hit a fly ball
ton would them in first
put Hornblower's ship the
down the firse base line. Russell Captain Phone ID 7-3532
place. A'win for Baker would Lydia was to deliver a load of
Wetherington made the catch
put them a game and a half in goods to El Supremo, the Spanish I 201 E. MOODY BLVD. BUNNELL FLORIDA
and doubled off Kelly on first
front. Shelton will not play leader of Spain. Hornblower
Pat McCoy ran the count' to
up next week. Bakers and Wads was to get orders from Spainto ,
three and two and Russell Wer-
worth will meet in two games destroy the powerful double-
therington put in one of his fast .,. ELECT
next deck ship of the English Navy
balls for a strike to end the week.STANDING
called the Natividad. DUANE A. DEENA
game. Baker had only one hit
Won Lost % Hornblower's idea was to hit
with George Wetherington get. Bakers 5 3 625 the Natlvidad with all its might FRIEND OF THE PEOPLEAS

ting the only single. Zane Kelly, Shelton 5 4 556 when it came to dock just be. YOUR COUNTY AND JUVENILE JUDGE
John Geller and John Taylor got
singles and the only hits that Wadsworth 3 6 333 fore daybreak. Have college education. One course in law, vet.,

Sheltons had.MIDGET Ty Whitaker, shortstop for the If you are interested Inuieending member of Daytona Beach Junior College Advisory
first place Bakers team, is still will have to read
you Board, Corporal in Florida Highway Patrol Auxiliary.
LEAGUE DOINGS leading the sluggers with a 750 I the book yourself. Six years as teacher and coach in Bunnell High

We sure had a humdinger of I average. Ty lost over a 100 Library Assistant, School. Over 6 years as Judge. Available full time.

a game last week between Bakers points by being ,hitless Thurs. Arnold Choate. My home phone will not be unlisted between elec

and Sheltons. This was by day. John Geller picked up 41 tions. I will have the time and energy.Respectfully .
points Thursday,
far the best game of the season. ,

Maybe the new ball diamond NURSE PLANTS AFTER
had something to do with It. PAM Political Adv d1'JII'o'V'.1
The boys all seemed to like it H Av DAMAGE BY FROST
Tyrone Whittaker 8 6 750
and made them play a littleHASTINGS Frost-damaged plants and
George Revels 8 5 625
shrubbery can be nursed backto
Mike Bacon 8 4 500
health again. Frostbitten
O. F. ALFOHD John Geller 15 .7 466
tender plants such as poinsettias
Registered Klrt Robertson 11 5 455 .
will usually sprout again in the
Greg Robertson 14 6 444
Real Estate Broker James Brannam 5 2 400 spring You may trim off the

BunnelL Florida Chip Johnston 13 5 382 eral unattractive inches of parts the ground within with.sev. HARRY ATKINSONCOUNTY I

Russell Wetherington 12 4 333 out slowing re-growth.
Hornsby 16 5 312

Hardy plants such as azaleas
Subscribe lor The Flogler fribua
MATTRESS and camellias should not be
SL50 A Tear In Advance
& UPHOLSTRY WORKS pruned too soon since frost dam.

710-12 Lemon St. age cannot be fully determined

Palatka, Florida MILLERELECTRONICS until spring. Removal of wv No. 1
Phone EA 5-9166 damaged wood could harm the

Furnlhi-x Upholstering life of the plant.

Repaired & Refinished ''
, Mattresses & Box Springs 1744' Ocean' Shore Blvd. I Experienced I .\' ',\'; v.

Made Call Laura'Order. Morris,Also Renovated 4373233 REPAIRS ON TV'S Books Are My DishBy

After 6:00 P. M. WASHERSDRYERS ( Dorothy Homerai) Qualifiedand

BUDGET PLAN IF NEEDED. Ages ago, in The Perils of

Just as near as Office Call Collect 672.0377 Pauline, Pearl White proved
Phone or Post what fun suspense can be as SincerePaid
she dangled over a cliff on a
Free Pick-up & Delivery
rope that a tiger, or was it a
Paid Political Adv.
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woodchuck, had gnawed awayto

the ultimate strand- (to be ........................................................................114.....
continued next week.) Last week

we left our readers gasping as

they wondered did she see, or

did she not a reader in the 11. DOYLE

braryT Or was it a mirage?

We ourselves were worried. We

are always being told we read CONNER

too much. .
The suspense is over. On that r irS. *

score at least we are alright.

We can cope. We have checkedthe c ; Commissionerof

files. And this Is the last

report for awhile about figures-

fold by Kdly for O. .mo Ccmpolgn fund unless somebody gives us a mil AgricultureI'M

lion dollars. The library now

has 2,375 volumes. During a

year and a half since The Flag.

VOTE TO ELECT ler Woman's Club Library opened GRATEFULfor

over 1,984 books were taken

T. SHELTON BROOKS out. 71 people withdrew these
books, making it 26 books a opportunity to continue serving

person, but in reality, some Florida's consumers and growers through:
County Commissioner Dist. 3 took out only one book while

others every week took out five INSPECTION of foods
gasolines, feeds, ferti
or six or even ten books. 39 of
ON MAY Sth lizers, seeds and pesticides;
of the 71 readers were towns

people. 33 were members of the MARKETING of Florida
I products;

MAN WHO WILL SERVE FOR THE INTERESTOF readers were men who by and PROTECTION of plant and livestock industries -

large do the most steady read. I against diseases and insects;

Don't forget to celebrate I ECONOMY in government by working for ,

Your Vote and Support Will Be Appreciated I Shakespeare's 400th birthday better efficiency and conservation as a j
April 23 because he's still alive. I Cabinet member. t
all his I I
Adv. I Celebrate by reading
(P.... Nttie.I I
poems or a play. _, Adr.raM I


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j funds to do the Job they are If you want to help, become
Too Late supposed to do. Our Parent- a member of "Friends of the Library -
: Beach r
Jfagle I Teach Associations have been Aseod&tlon. Ask your lo
extending a helping hand to cal librarian about It. ,Join and:\ J'

To Classify I rectify the situation but they do your part to give Florida the \-
can't do it alone and until an library service it deserves.
Stryker NewberryMiss Russell Kenr I
By aroused public demands that

This column isn't concernedwith 'I Florida be placed on an equal Florida State Exhibit at the
"This Was the Week That footing with the rest of the nation New York World's Fair will occupy -

I I Was." It has to do with a I we must continue to hang the largest state site, ex.
I "week to be" National Library our heads in shame and admit cept for that of the host state,

Week, April 1218. our deficiency. New York.

j While I don't go in for "weeks"I
as a rule, this one I can approve '
for I am sold on libraries and 'I
I I their importance to us in ere I
I lating a better world. \

I I Florida might well stop and COUNTY COMMISSIONERDISTRICT
far libraries 1-
count its change as as
u I are concerned for political NO. 1 ,

!V and public apathy in have A CANDIDATE WHO WILL TAKE AN
served to place us a very
poor light compared with the INTEREST IN ALL OF FLAGLER COUNTYYour

rest of the country. We shouldbe Support Will Be Appreciated. \
ashamed to admit it, but the
is in the Paid Political Adr.
fact is there no library
state that would be considered

adequate according to the stand

ards of the American Library I Vote For and Elect ;

Association. I

Public apathy is our greatest COY G. HARRIS I

handicap. We need to awake to
Y the importance of the library to Supt. of Public Instruction

w Ly our community and arouse pub.
9 lie support of a program that FLAGLER COUNTYA

M Py will give our community and SCHOOL MAN FOR A SCHOOL JOB
its citizens the kind of library I

service they are enttltled to. Your vote and consideration will be appreciated

I L Most of us recognize the fact Paid Political Adv. \.
that libraries are worth while _
but have not concerned our.
Judith Stryker becamethe Serving as best man wasJudson
bride of Lance Coporal Jesse Stryker, Jr., brother of selves with how they are built t

1. Newberry, Jr., of the WAS at the bride. Ushers were JohnBaggett and maintained. We know that PARK-IN CLEANERS 4N

Sanford on February 15, 1964, in Jr., and Danny Fralley. a small portion of our tax
to their support but
money goes
an impressive double ring cere Following the ceremony, a reception Winter
we don't know how much and Storage
money at the First Baptist was held in the base. d
seem unconcerned as to how our
Church of Flagler Beach. Rev. ment of the church. Miss Elaine PROTECT YOUR GARMENTSALL
state with the nationas
A. F. Stevens officiated in the Fralley kept the bride's book. compares
far as library facilities are GARMENTS INSURED ,
ceremony. Following the reception the concerned.At .
Organist was Miss Faye Bass couple left on a tour of Florida., MOTH PROOFED \
with Miss Marjorie Schatz solo. They are now at home at Brund. the present time Florida Is

I 1st.The age Trailer Park, Daytona Beach. spending $1.17 per capita on 11. WALT JOHNSTON, AGENT
bride Is*the daughter of l brary service while the nations
I Mr. and Mrs. Judson P. Stryker, Mrs. Sara kinson left Tuesday average Is $1.62. For really adequate I

Sr., of Flagler Beach. The bride. to go to her home in Windsor service the American Library .

groom is the son of Jesse L. N. Y., after spending the Association recommends I
Newberry, Sr., of Molino. winter here. $3.50. R
Given in marriage by her I
Physical facilities of a library
father, the bride wore a gownof Mr. and Mrs. Paul L. White AMBULANCE
should fit the of library
delustered satin and Chantil from Greensboro, N. C visited program PHONE VAlley 1625 i
service. A library is npta
ly lace in a princess line withan with his sister and brother in SERVICE
I building, it is a service to ST. AUGUSTINE. FLORIDA
Empire waistline and bal. law, Mr. and Mrs. Jack Meekins,
the whole community, the student
lerina length skirt with float last Thursday We 1
the researcher, the average Never be hesitant about calling a Garcia
ing panels at the back. Her
citizen whether his Interest is art alwar at your service with promptatM safety and I I.xperi.DC.
shoulder length veil was at. Reynold Hoover, Jr., from
popular fiction or educationaland .
tached to a crown of iridescent Windsor, Conn., paid a surprise *
scientific subjects
crystals. She carried a white visit on his parents, Rev. and Equipped With Oxygen Resuiitator and Inhalator
Bible topped with a. purple Mrs. Reynold Hoover, last week. While Florida has a pouula. I
throated white orchid. Her only end.Mrs. tion of nearly five million only Garcia Funeral HomeP.
Jewelery was a pearl pendant, Alma I. Hunter has returned about half of that number have
a gift of the bridegroom. to Upper Sandusky, Ohio, library service available. E. GARCIA, Licensed Funeral Director

I Mrs. Judson Stryker, Sr.. sister for the summer months after LADY ASSISTANT j
in law of the bride, was matron wintering here.Continued. Every thoughtful citizen recognizes .'tI''iI''tI'NN ..tI'.V.tt'
the Importance of li -
of honor. To Page 6 --------------- -
I i brarles. Every high school and

college student, every one concerned take the'Wout of"work"o
NEW FASHIONS IN FIRE INSURANCE with any problem that 1
calls for research knows the Importance 1i
The fire insurance policies we write still give the same of a competent library i
dependable protection.: But today you can often enjoy ad. I
service, not only for our metro.
dltional coverage benefits-Home Owner's Policy-at very
politan areas but also for our
little extra cost.Remember small communities as well. Yard Trac 1 J .

H. T. Cook Agency is ready to help you Show me a community witha 1
take advantage of these extra coverages. Telephone 4373381 good library and I will show DELUXE

or stop in soon for full details.H. you a community that Is going 1I
places. Believe It or not, but Industries makes yard care 1111 I
T. COOK AGENCYPhone concerned with finding
437.3361 Citizens Bank Building Bunnell Flo. a location are as much con a pleasureallyear'round I

cemcd with adequate library fa. ( I
dUties as they are with schools, gi'I
climatic and living conditions.

While our universities and Time to manicure your lawn?Or feed it? Or seed It? Or clean M
ANNOUNCINGI colleges, our high schools and No matter what the chore Yard Trac takes the "Irk" out of It;
some grade school maintain libraries helps you handle It faster, easier, better Why? Because the '64
most of them are understaffed Yard Trac Deluxe offers you features galore: Husky 5 HP Motor
AM A CANDIDATE FOR REELECTIONTO and with Insufficient Easy Steering Power Disc Transmission Dual Trac Drive

THE OFFICE OF Two Safety Brakes Big Wheel Traction/

Accessories, too -there's one for every season, for every Job:

County Judge of Flagler CountyIF Dance to THE the, Music of


COURTEOUS ADMINISTRATION OF THE utility Lawn lawn Lawn AofttorTest
DUTIES OF THE OFFICE.T. AT THE Cart Rditr sweeper seeder "

the wonders of the Yard Trac, today, at

raW ....it... A4r. Saturday Night 9 10 2 p. m.

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\ The Marvel of jwwsiably' changing the color, pounds of water was taken out. the armed forces and outdoor search, this Infant of the food ,':
shape or taste of the product. To reconstitute the free dried sportsmen will probably be the industry Is expected to grow into ;:

Frozen Foods Kuhn explains a combination chicken, simply open the pack first to use the freeze-dried prod. a giant In the next few years.
of temperatures and pressure J age and add water. The chicken ucts. The housewife will prob.

' Here's a new recipe for Southern allows about 98 per cent of the meat will soak up the necessaryair ably be the last to serve her The Florida State Exhibit at \
fried chicken: Buy a plump water to be drawn off the frozen and water, returning very family dehydrated items. the New York World's Fair will
chicken, store it in your kitchenfor product. Nitrogen is then injected closely to its natural appear Today only a few plants are have the only flock of Flaming.
two years at room temperature to replace the oyxgen in the ance. producing freeze dried products. oes outside of the Sunshine

fry and serve with peas I food and to retard spoilage due Kuhn points out that nearlyall However, through extensive re j State.

and potatoes. to oxidation. The finished product fruits, vegetables and meats I

This meal sounds impossible is actually dehydrated and are suited for freeze drying preservation .
because normally the chicken and consumption. Generally
Since water and
would wither away to bones in oyxgen are any food with a high TUlS'lJ. &6 A A PONT WOCCX OOMADEA
attracted to freeze-dried products Nice FIREPLACE TOJ JUNIOR. ON CIS PORTABLE
protein or starch content freeze-
that period of time. like nails are pulled to a COOK OUR FISH ONXNEXf CAMP-
,f1 magnet dries easily. Foods high in fat COT BOVCttPTHE&E\-TRIPVOU FIREPLACE J
But such a delayed dinner is special protection must be and sugar free-dry poorly. ROCKS LURE /WON'!HAVg TO
now possible through freeze. taken In packaging. The foods ARE H&AVy/ mar

drying, says Dr. Gerald D. Kuhn, are enclosed either in airtightcans However, freeze-drying foods tr o '
assistant food microbiologist or in polyethylene or foil with high amounts of water o
with the Florida Agricultural pouches. such as some fruits is not practicable .
Experiment Stations. Freeze-drying reduces weightby because of the high cost
,1 Freeze-drying is a recently de. about 60 to 90 per cent, a of extracting the water in the

, veloped technique in food preservation definite advantage in shippingand process. Meats have a relativelylow "': rAl4))
that is expected to storage over nomal foods, water content and it is feas
boom into a $1 billion a year Kuhn says. For example, 100 ible to freeze-dry them. MIII 6TR4PS ABOUT 2'WIDE)
operation by 1970. Basically, it pounds of frozen chicken meat The food microbiologist predicts INTO $tAPE SHOWN.DRILL
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is a process that sucks moisture will weigh only 29 pounds after quantity buyers such as INSECT nunJGH BOUT WITH CENTERS NUT AND
from frozen foods without ap- treeze dryIng. This means 71 restaurants, schools, hospitals, :

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I when planning and preparingMrs.

Susan C. Camp nutrition. HELTON' RIGHTS
1st with the Florida AgricuHu I \
: That WaistlineAny RESERVED
ral Extension Service offers
TOP ***
waistline watchers In some suggestions on how you
your family? can cook to cut calories. PRICES GOOD

If so, you can help by keep. : Roast or oven and pan.broil VALUE GROCERY Thursday, Friday i
meats, poultry and fish insteadof and Saturday
frying in fat. Avoid "bread. APRIL 16, 17, 18
CLASSIFIED'ADS ing" and use of egg batters on STAMPS ***
foods Trim extra fat from the TELEPHONE 7-3201 103 S. Railroad St.
meat. Serve low-calorie protein
foods like shrimp, clams, crab "Your Friendly Co-op Store
and live and
oysters or tongue
LutlB rue* rib *.**!** .*. I heart.
S 75"..(...per. ..word MUalamBi ack .lucrtl ehar..*.. I' Serve salads ungarnished. Or U. S. Choice ( Flavor Aged) \\<'

FOR SALE Used furniture,, use low-calorie seasonings of
very reasonable. Call 439.2061. salad dressings made with to. I r
April 16-ltc mato juice, herbs, lemon Juiceor Lb. :
vinegar. CHUCK ROAST 43
FOR RENT-unfurnished 2 bed. Cook foods without added fat,
room duplex apartment, carportand sugar or flour whenever possible.
screened porch. Call ID 7- Tempt appetites with herbs and
3304. April 16-tf spices instead of rich seasonings U. S. Choice (Flavor Aged) U. S. Choice (Flavor Aged) Family 1

MAN WANTED to manage and sauces and gravies. Lb. Lb. *

operate this a area.retail(Would Watkins consider Routein nibbling Serve or low-calorie appetizers.items Try celery for. Rib Steak 68 STEAKS 58

cabbage wedges, carrot
lady 40 to 60 years old.) Earn.
ings of $125.00 per week from sticks, raw cauliflower radishes U. S. Choice (Flavor Aged) Chuck Thrift way (Sliced)

the very beginning. For personal fresh For spinach dessert serve leaves.fresh fruits Lb. Lb.Pkg. *
interview in your home write BACON
or canned and frozen fruits ,
Mr. McGarity P.O. Box 627 WIl. .
liston Florida, 32696. packed in water or Juice-not

April 16.3tc sprup.Avoid high fat foods such as Wilson (Vacuum Pkg.) World's Bert Ground

CLOSE OUT SALE all stock and cream, fat fish, gravies sauces Lb. lb ,
fixtures. Everything at and below nuts, potato chips oil, pastries, Wieners 49 BEEF 39'
cost. CLOTH SHOP U.S. rich salad dressings; sweet foods IngeHershey's.
Highway 1, Ormond Beach. like cakes, cookies, rich pud. .
April 4-4tp dings, candles, fountain drinks
and sundaes; and starchy foods.
FOR SALE 54 inch steel cabinet .
Help your family cultivate a
sink. Good condition. Lots of
taste for less sweet foods. Learnto I
storage space. Jones, cor. 23rd .
know foods with similar calorie
St and Flagler Ave., Flagler
counts so you can get more
Beach. 4.9.2tp variety in your meals.

FOR SALE-Blue and white
formal size 12, worn once. Phone The porpoises at Marlneland SUGARS
439.2375 evenings. 4.2.3tp make a variety of sounds best
described as "whistling" "chirp.
WANTED CARRIER for Florida ing" "clicking," and "singing."
Times Union paper route in Bun. They also 'pop" and "clack"
nell. Contact R. J. Rumlll Flag
their Jaws. Limit One With Purchase of $5.00 or More Food Order
ler Beach, Call 4392442. 4.2.3tp
FOR SALE-2.bedroom house

and furnishings located on 2 Fabulous Florida Grade "A" Fresh Baked
lots at SE corner Lambert and
Chapel $5,995. For Informa. F A B (Medium) EVERFRESHPIES
tion call Mrs. L. L. Harris
437.3474 4-9-4tp EGGS
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FOR SALE or Rent-3 bedroom SizeLimit +
unfurnished home on. Lehigh St. 2 Doz. 79C Each 39.
Flagler Beach. Contact George 1 with purchateof

Moody, Sr., HE 92137. TF $5.00 or more Limit 2 Doz. Please Apple-Cherry-18 oz
food order
Acreage Listings Wanted large
and small tracts. Cottingham
Realty 441 S. Boulevard DeLand. Shurfine 303 Can Sliced Kellogg' (Re,. Size)

WANTED 7343779. IRONING to do 3.19.4tp at my E3 ReElectED PEACHES 3 Cans 59C CORN FLAKES 2 39* {

home, reasonable. Pick up & de., Whitfield Fresh KOSHER Northern (Ai.t colors)
livery. Phone ID 73669. I MASON Quart Jar E'chRo"
10-24-41 DILLS 350 TISSUES 9c

Van Camp's 300 Can
fields Installed; snail shell. Rea. PUBLIC
"{ .",, PORK" Cn.
sonable prices. Call George Ja. UTILITIES COMMISSION BEANS 2 27e
roz. ID 7.3410 8-1-tf
tow Gratfuatt and Ferm r
CONSTIPATED? Special Aulitont to Fancy
To Prunes.prove Figs PKUN-EVAC tt Henna containing I* world', U. S. Attorney CUCUMBERS
Smo-o-tbeat. beet and moat natural 4 Forge>
laxative/ hurry toMooD'"S
PHARMACY 24 ron of Law andProgr..alve
Vine Ripe Sealdsweet 0 Oz. Reg. or Pink
tor generous FREE SAMPLE or Public Service
40 tablaU for ,,". Over 1.000.000 Lb. Cans $*
old each year. TOMATOES 25C LEMONADE 8
vv Cited for Fair and

JOHNSTON'SFLAGLER Impartial Regulat FancyOKRA Fro Joy.

BEACH REALTY CO., Now Serving at Chairman Lb. MILK / Gal.
LOTS HOMES, OCEAN FRONT,j t of Florida Public Ut.UtU. 29C ICE 49*

WATER FRONT, FARMS ?_CorrnntulonR &&yx<&y&y:->x ACREAGE

See Office u for Phone your real estate lIE 9.2242 needs fxpennced. ,tit tD and MASON Proven 25 FREE I 50 FREE I 50 FREETOP

Residence Phones ID 7-3691 Ltadtrthip for Florida VALUE STAMPS 4 TOP VALUE STAMPS o TOP VALUE STAMPS
or ID 7-3517 I With Purchase of :0: With purchase of :X With purchase of
.-. $1.00 Worth of Flower X $1.50 Worth of Light ft *l-Q Worth of Stationary.
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Industrial 6 Oz. Instant Maxwell :? Kraft Quart Miracle $s' or More Food
Grove Farm Equipment
House Coffee e Whip 2 Order
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\ articles are being made ready:
from the members. I I
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Jlagler ( Mrs. White asks all committee FLAGLER FOOD STORE
chairmen to have their annual i
Continued from Page 3) reports written for the Installation f T M

Woman's Society of
G. W. Aaron of West Point, Christian Service met at the PRICES GOOD QUANTITY RIGHTS
Ga., Father of Willis Lee Aaronof Flagler Beach Methodist Church THURSDAY, FRIDAY and SATURDAY, :
Flagler Beach, passed away last Thursday morning with Mrs.I APRIL 16, 17, 18, 1964 RESERVED
there April 7 after a brief Ill Fred Marks and Mrs. Allen -
ness. lie was 75 years of age. I Jenkinson hostesses.The I
Funeral services were held devotional was led by of
there Wednesday at the Bethel Miss Emily Gage and Mrs. Home S & HAmerica's Green Stamps--;=

Congregational Christian Church Reynold Hoover presented the
t"" with the pastor, Rev. William Mrs. Hoover was a
program. Most Valuable
Hodnett, officiating. Interment puzzled member regarding a Stamp !
followed at Oakwood Cemetery, general conference in a drama
Lanett, Alabama. with Mrs. James Hall, Mrs. Hugh HOME OF THE HOME OF THEFRESHEST
Survivors Include his widow, Arnold and Mrs. Ann Raymond
i Mrs. Leona Watkins Aaron of assisting her. FINEST MEATWilson's PRODUCE

West Point; a daughter, Mrs. The World Bank Ceremonywas Certified
Nan Robinson, Atlanta, Ga.; two led by Mrs. Roger Noose U. S. No. 1 Idaho Baking
sons, Willie Lee Aaron, Flagler and music was supplied by Mrs. TENDER MADE-FULLY COOKED
Beach and James Walter Aaron, Hall and Mrs. Ray Lehr. Avg. Whole or Shank Half Potatoes.L:. *
Mobile, Ala.; five sisters and g59
New officers elected are: Mrs. Lb.
two brothers. Also surviving are Lehr, president; Mrs. Bill Caw HAM 49*
three grandchildren and one ens, vice president; Mrs. Emma
great.grandchild. Keith Fresh Young Tender
Kulp, secretary; Mrs. CENTER SLICES, Pound.............___ 79c
1 Lovell, literature; and Mrs. POLE

MRS.PRESIDENT BREDE OF NAMED THE S old and, children's secretary of work.student Mrs., Harry youth Grade "A" Western Beef Beans 2 Lb$. *

WOMAN'S CLUB Treadwell resigned, as secretaryof CHUCK 29

p Elected to serve with Mrs. Christian Social Relations and L.
Mrs. Florence Schwenk was
Frank Brede as president of the Pot Roast 49 \
elected to fill her office. All oth. Fancy Juicy
I Flagler Woman's Club are: Mrs. .
er officers were elected last year
I H. G. Heydt, first vice president; Doz.
Mrs. Charles Sindelar, second I for The a two next year meeting term. will be a U. S. Choice Center Cut"o"s 2 g* t.
vice president; Mrs. E. P. Fleurie,
luncheon on May 14th, enter. CHUCK
I recording secretary; Mrs. E. Les.
I I ter Stanton, corresponding secretary taming the Bunnell WSCS. Dairy and Frozen Foods
I and Miss Emily Gage, STEAK 59
treasurer. The WMU of the Baptist
I Church will hold a Bake Sale Kraft's VelveetaCheese
J They will be installed on Sunday .
In front of the post office Sat.
I) April 26, following the dedi. urday morning.Mr. Grade "A" Western Beef 2 Lb. *
I cation of the Flag Staff which ROUND BONEROAST 89
1 was given by the W.O.W. Mrs. and Mrs. Raymond Nail- Loaf
Victor Buckles and Mrs. Harold Her have received the announce u
Massie are In charge of these ment of the marriage of their 59 10 Oz. Winter Garden

ceremonies. granddaughter, Marie G. Shel. Strawberries
1 Other business of the meeting: don to John Francis Conners, J PkgS'69
Mrs. Sam Novick, welfare chairman both of Springfield, Mass. Plans Palm River SlicedBACON
reported a food basket had include a church ceremony on ,
been delivered to a needy family May 2nd there. Lb. Winter Garden or Morton's
; Mrs. Brede announced a 49 Chlcken-Turkey-Beef
t public dinner will be served
I Sunday beginning at 12:30: p. m. CARD OF THANKS '
She said there will be a choiceof We would like to express our
Armour Star Vac. Pac.FRANKS PotPies6for100Limit'
turkey or ham. Tickets are heartfelt thanks and apprecla.
M available from the members. tlon to each of you for your Lb.
Mrs. M. C. Strickland, Jr., was prayers, expressions of sympa. 49 6 Please
present and explained the purpose thy, and the flowers sent at the
of the newly formed sick passing of our father, G. W. AMERICA'S FAVORITE
room needs loan closet formed Aaron.
by the Flagler Community Nursing Mr. and Mrs. Willie Lee Aaron
Council. A box of useful and family. .



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of During ranked the Senate.twelfth these yean among I have 67 Democratic attained Members seniority 2 tt: 57< Potatoes 2 Cans Mo.3 43

This seniority has placed me on three major
senate committees . each one of which Is of
particular Importance to Florida and every one Joe Cram's Twin Oak Poultry America' Favorite Detergent
Your vote May 5th will keep me In this powerful Giant'
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Miss Nackashi, Miss Tucker,
Mr. Trad Recite I :Mr. Bembry Plan Fresh Florida D and D Grade A ((2-2V4 lb. Avg.) J
Wedding Vows Quiet Ceremony
MIsS Betty Jane Nackashi and Miss Melba Tucker will become Whole For
Mr. Louis Trad Jr., were unitedIn I the bride of Mr. Loyd FRY E R S 3 $200u.
carriage at two o'clock Sun Bembry In Macclenny at the
day afternoon, April 5, in the home of Judge and Mrs. B. R.
Immaculate Conception Catholic Burnsed at four o'clock in the S. D. A. ChoiceROUND ,
Church of Jacksonville. The afternoon, Sunday, May 31st,
Rev. Father J. Kelly officiated 1964. STEAK lb. 79'
in the ceremony.The The bride to be is the daughter
bride is the daughter of of Mr. and Mrs. A. W. Tuckerof .
Mr. and Mrs. Solomon D. Nack Bunnell. The bridegroom is U. S. D. A. Choice JuicyRIB
ashi of Jacksonville. The bride. the son of Mr. and Mrs. R. J,
groom is the son of Mrs. Nazhla Bembry of Alachua.
Trad of Bunnell and the late Following the ceremony, a reception S TEA K lb. 69'Swift'
Louis Trad, Sr. will be held in the .
The bride chose Mrs. Leon Burnsed home there.
Bloom as matron of honor and Premium Breaded Lyke's "Sugar Creek"PICNICS
Mrs. Mary Ossl, her cousin, as DAUGHTER FOR THE ,
maid of honor. Bridesmaidswere GEORGE JAROSZS I VEAL CUTLETS I I
Mrs. A. D. Nackashi, aunt Mr. and Mrs. George Jarosz of I
of the bride; Miss Kay Trad, Bunnell announce the arrival of' 6 For $100 (Sliced Free) lb. Zge
sister of the bridegroom; Mrs. a seven pound six ounce daughter
James Hanna, cousin of the born at the Gendale Hospital .
bride; Miss Mary Obi and Miss In Palatka April 9. She Wilson's "Certified" FRESH (4.7 lb. Avg.)
Brenda Hughes. Junior brides. has been given the name of
maids were Miss Joann Nack. Martha Virginia-Aileen. .
ashi, sister of the bride, and The young lady is the grand. Baking HEN S. Ib. 39'LEAN
\ Miss Janie Nackahi, cousin of daughter of Mr. and Mrs. W. L. .
the bride. Flower girls were Dunson of St. Johns Park and
:, Patsy Zebounl, cousin of the Mrs. Anna Jarosz of Bunnell. WESTERN BOSTON BUTT

{. bride. Guests of Mr. and Mrs. Jimmy lb. 39'
The bridegroom's brother, PORK ROAST
Charles Trad, served as best Kelley, Jr., during the past .
man. Ushers included David weekend were Mr. and Mrs. O.
Nackashi and John Nackashi, C.Shelton and children of Ocala LaRuta 12 oz. Can Fresh Ground
brothers of the bride; Jack Mil. Each "". $
holland, brother-in-law of the I' Joe Brock Is a patient in the CORNED BEEF 39* HAMBURGER 3 1
bridegroom; Eugene Debs, James local hospital receiving medical -
Cattar and Herb Benson. Junior I treatment. lie is reported as Our Value 300 Can
ushers were Anthony Zebouni, having suffered a massive cere Each GIANT SIZETIDE
cousin of the bride and Jackie I bral thrombosis Sunday evening. SPAGHETTI 10* .
Obi, Warren Milholland, nephewof I
the bridegroom, was the ring. ENJOY FISH FRY Red and White FRUIT 303 Can

bearer. Mr and Mrs. F II. Howell anda COCKTAIL 4 For $100 Each
Given in marriage by her few friends enjoyed a fish fry 48eDuncan
father, the bride white
wore a
floor length gown of peau de Ruins and get Saturday-to-gether afternoon.at'the Bulow Mr. Hines 19 Oz. Pkg. Limit 1 with $5,00 or more food orderCAKE
sole featuring a molded Dior and For $*f 00
Mrs. Howell caught the MIX 3
bodice, rounded neckline, ap
spcekeled perch for the fry.
pliques of flower sprays re- DAIRY SPECIAL _

embroidered with seed pearls Blon Matherly Is a patient in Our Value (Limit 2 Please)
and irridescent beads and a St. Vincent's Hospital In Jack. FOLGER'S (All Grinds)
flowing skirt terminating in a sonville where he underwent OLEO SlidIOC ,
circular chapel train. Her cathedral I
major surgery Monday. lie Is COFFEE
length veil of ivory Illusion reported to be recovering satisfactorily FROZEN FOODS -
was secured to a match.
at time.
Ing tiara of peau de sole, seed I press 1 T'n' 48* Foremost Va Gal.
pearls and iridescent beads. She
Sturman is
Raphael a patientin
carried a bouquet of white or.I Riverside Hospital in Jack Limit 1 with $5.00 or more food order ICE I MILK 49*
chlds, lilies of the valley and' sonville for medical treatment.
roses. Visiting with him during the: Tip Top (Reg. or Pink) 6 Oz. Can
The attendants wore empire I weekend was his son, Dr. Bill' Each
gowns of pink satapeau accent. Sturman of East Orange, N. J. I FRESH PRODUCE LEMONADE 10*
ed with a self rose In center His daughter, Mrs. Bill Marshall '
front. Their short rose veils were I' of Onancock, Va., arrived Fridayto Farm Fresh
attached to matching roses. The; spend some time with him. CUKES 4For 1.ge GINGHAM GIRL
maid and matron of honor car I I (Continued on Page 10)
ried cascades of pink carnations} FLOUROKRA
and red roses. The bridesmaids Meyer Hotel. The newlywedsleft Fancy No. 1
carried cascades of pink carna I on a trip to the southern "" 29
tions.A part of the state and Nassau. S lb. 29*
will reside at 1623 Seminole Bag
reception was held in the I They Garden Fresh
Windsor Ballroom of the Robert Road. 'Ib Limit 1 with $5.00 or more food orderSO


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With purchase of < With purchase of ) With purchase of <
I want to thank all of you $1.00 OR MORE ((1) SWANSON'S FROZ. ( $5.00 or More Food
all the people
and young Coupon Void After Coupon Void After Coupon Void After

your fine cooperation in helping Sunday, April 19 1964 Sunday, April 19, 1964 Sunday, April 19, 1964

. us to keep crime in our Countyat

and ask to '
a minimum, you

continue to support me for

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Sheriff I Phone 4373227OPEN
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\ Stephen Notice I Is hereby: given that the KLAWLKK OOUNTY
COOKED VEGETABLESDon't IN aa: T... Jr.1..OfCo"t Florid will receive IN KB: Estate of
Folk Festival O YDII BROOKS, sealed t>t5. until the 4th day Margaret Ann Buteux.
destroy the vitamin C Deems f of Mar 1M4. at the hour of ttt
'. .NOTICE TO CKIlDITOnS A. M. In the Office of the Clerk of T. All Creditors .. auk oae 't
I In your fresh vegetables by To all creditors and all persons t'Ct .. t Court In the Flakier Ilsviag Cieime .r Iemaade Agalast
Set for May 11213The having claims or demands against County Courthouse, Bunnell. Florida Sold Relate,
cooking with soda, warn special. aid estate: for thefollowing: You and each of you are hereby

12th annual Florida Folk I ists with the Florida Agricultural You and each of you, are hereby Gasoline regular grade In bulk. notified claims and and required to present "
notified and required to presentany Diesel Duel No. 2. In bulk. any demands which
'. Festival, to be held at the Extension Service.To claims and demands which Diesel Oil 30 weight (M8DO-DM) I you or the either of Margaret Ann
estate of
of haveagainst mainlt
you or in 6
bterel to'tmJko: gallon cans.
(. Stephen Foster Memorial at deceased late of said
will serve tasty vegetables with CLYDE BROOKS, deceased, late of Motor 011 30 weight (MSDO) In I County, to the County Judge of
t White Springs May out losing the valuable nutrients Fulton County, Georgia. to the 1 quart cans. Flagler thenlcyou tto house his
some of the most diversified lion. T. K. McKnlght County Judgeof Motor 011 10 weight Non-Deterg fice In of said
I offer cook them as quickly as Flagler County, at his office In ent In 6 gallon cans. U calendar Florida, within
and colorful programs In, the: County Courthouse In Bunnell, Kerosen, In bulk. six months from the time
possible In as little water as I' Chassis Lube, multi-purpose. In of the first
of the event accordIng .Flagler County, Florida, withinsix publication of this notice -
the history needed to keep from scorchingthe months from the date of the I pound palls. Two copies of each claim or
I Gear Lube, multi-purpose, In 100 demand shall be in
to Thelma Boltln, program first publication hereof. All claims writing, and
I pan. Pressure cooking or and demands not presented within Ib. drums hall state the place of residence
1 director at the state music shrine) other recommend. the time and In manner prescribed or equivalent of all of the above and post office address of the
j River. steaming are herein hne barred as specifications.Bids claimant, and shall be sworn to
on the Suwannee ed methods for cooking vege provided by law. to cover a period of one and the claimant,
bye at'filingrfee
(1) year from date of I
Seven featuringsome accep- accompanied
programs tables. Dated March 25, A. D. 19 It. tance. of on > dollar and such claim
2,000 participants will be Edna Louise Brooks Envelopes must be sealed and demand not so filed shall be void.or
Last Will
As Executrix of the
presented on the shady, outdoor The specialists suggest that and Testament of GEORGE line plainly etc.marked*' "Bid on Gaso /S//SHelen: Ernest J.C.Buteux Buteux

; stage overlooking the historic you cook potatoes and root April CLYDE J-.18-Z3-Hc BROOKS, Deceased. The Board reserves the right to reJect As administrators of the Estate
and all bids. of Margaret Ann Buteux
Suwannee, with three programson vegetables In their skins and any deceased.
I" NOTICR! OK INTENTION TO Dated at Bunnell, Florida this
Friday, May 1, and on Sat keep other vegetables in large REGISTER FICTITIOUS NAME 13th day of April A. D. 1964. April First.16-ZI-ao-ttc publication April 9, 1964.

urday, May 2, and the finale on ) pieces while cooking to retain In compliance with Section 865.09 OTIS Board S.of HUNTER County Commissioners Chairman
I of Florida Statutes, the undersigned CITY OF IIUNNKLL
Sunday afternoon. their natural vitamins and will register with the Clerkof Ida.ATTEST of Flagler County, Flor- April 7, 1004
the Circuit Court In Flagler
"Folklore, music, dancing, minerals. I County. Florida upon receipt of : REQUEST FOR IIIUS

,i crafts and traditions represent. proof of publication of this notice, K. A. SMYTHE. Clerk Sealed bids will be received In
the following fictitious name to- Board of County Commission- the office of the City Clerk of the
ing Florida's history back to the ire' N. TREASURY DEPARTMENT wit: "Flagler-By-The-Sea" under era, of Flagler County, Florida. City of Bunnell. Florida, in the
days of the Creek and Seminole INTERNAL REVENI'H SEHVICR: which the undersigned is engagedIn April 16-23-Itc Civic Center Building on or before
the business of mobile home I 12:00: o'clock noon on the 4th day
Indians will be presented by individuals NOTICE: OK I'DIILIC AUCTION8ALM park rentals, sales and related activities I IN THE CIRCUIT COURT'ITEr- of May, A. D. 1964, for the follow
April 8, 1964 I at Highway A1A, Flagler I KNTII JUDICIAL Ing:
and groups from Pursuant to authority In Section Beach, Florida, and that the undersigned AND FOR PLAttLEH COUNTY, Seven (7) 60 ft. lengths of (350
throughout Florida, and there i 6331 of the Internal Revenue Code, Is the only person Interested FLORIDA." IN CHANCERY. CASH!! ft.) 600 lb. test double Jacket 2%
in said business. NO. 4ti'ISPI1ENTICE
inch municipal fire hose
the described with rocker
also will be performers from I fGeorgia has been following seized/ for nonpayment property of Dated at Flagler Beach, Florida, E, HOLT, lug couplings attached (NST-

and :several other statesas delinquent Internal revenue taxes this 16th day of March 1964. Plaintiff, thread), combination cotton warp,
due from ANIMAL LAND INC. of Viney O. Boswell vs. Divorce polyester fiber filler cord, treated
well as many foreign coun FLORIDA. The property will be Klnsey, Vincent. & tfllve MARION HOLT, to resist mildew, rot and water
sold In accordance with the provisions 42 South Defendant. absorption, or all polyester fiber
tries. of Section 633S of the Internal Daytona Beach Florida NOTICE TO APPEAR priced f.o.b. Bunnell FlorIda -

"The festival, over the years, Revenue Code, and the regulations Attornyes for Registrant THE STATE OF FLORIDA, TO .,
thereunder, at public auction Mar. 26 & April Z--lI-4tc I MARION HOLT The City Commissioners reserve
has grown into one of the na on the 29th day of April, 1964, I 223 E. M. X. the right to reject any and all
tion's most ambitious and out at 11:00: A. M., at Box 141, Rt. 1. NOTICE OF UNPAID! DELINQUENT l<" o bids bid
4 TANGIULE PERSONAL! I'HOI'KRTY I hereby judgment bhfeor: beet
Augustine, Florida (Rt. AlA, You are notified that a In Ita the
standing spring entertainment mile south of Marlneland Florida).. TAXES!' suit for divorce has been filed Interest of the City of Bunnell,
Drcrrlptlon of PropertyOne As provided in Chapter 20723. Act against you In the above entitled :Florida
programs. Pepsi Cola Drink of 1941. Notice is hereby given that cause and you are hereby required WITNESS my hand and official
One Wooden Desk and Chair Machine., One the tangible personal property to serve upon Plaintiff's Attorney, seal this 7th 'day of April, A. D.
F "There Is such a wide variety I lot of Gift Shop Items consisting taxes assessed for 1963 are now whose name and address appear 1964.S .
and with hereon, / / Shelton B. Barber
beginning written
I delinquent your e Mayor
of folk material available that I of Novelties, Jewelry, Hand Bags. the e'lulrfu City of Bunnell
Gifts, etc The will I be April let such taxes are drawing any to Complaint in said Florida
two programs alike" Miss offered for sale In property the Interest of 1'%" per month plus the or before the 9th day of May ATTEST!
no are aggregate.
I SNancy C
wil{ Rodgers
of else decree
Only the and Interest proportionate cost publishing pro confesso City Clerk
Boltln pointed out. "Of course of ANIMAL rll'htl.title LAND INC OF FLOR- this notice unless the amounts set be entered against you. April t.18ZtcIN

I IDA In and to the will be opposite name below are paid WITNESS my hand and seal of
of the unusual numbersor property acr. TIIR! CIRCUIT COURT 051
some, offered for sale. before the IlIue'l' of May, warrants said Court this 7th day of April. FLACJLER
be thereon direct- FLORIDA
are presented 'several The terms of payment will be will 19 it. .
groups' : payment Ing levy upon and the seizure of IN CHANCERY NO. 4843
times during the three days of I In full upon acceptance of the the tangible personal property of (SEAL) E. A. SMYTHE MAX
highest bid without regard to amount -
Clerk of said Court BLANKENSTEINPlaintiff
the taxpayer for unpaid taxes, penalties
the show."More of such bid. Wm. L WADSWORTH
I and additional costs. The .
I LAURIE W TOMLINSON names of the delinquent personal Solicitor for Plaintiff HENRIETTA BLANKENSTEIN
and more people from .
(District Director of Internal property taxpayers and the amountof P. 0. Box 896Bunnell. Defendant
Florida and South Georgia, as Revenue) taxes and the first month's Florida 32010 NOTICE TO DEFEND
By R. E. BECK penalty are as follows: April -18-JS.ao-tte THE STATE OF FLORIDA TO:
\ well as tourists, attend and en. Revenue Officer) HENRIETTA BLANKENSTEIN
Animal Land, Inc. $230.75
April 18lte11m CIRCUIT COURT OF
joy the festival each year. We Tllton W.I<', Estate 384.00Tilton FLAGLER COUNTY, FLORIDA 79 Pearl Street
*! W. F. & Sons 61.20 IN' CHANCERY NO. 4848 Somerville, New Jersey
are trying to keep alive the
\\1 Tokoyo Rose Cafe 1.60 LESLIE: G. JEFFRIES You are hereby notified that a
memories of pioneer Florida, the Notice Is hereby given that the Tllton. 8. J, Land and Plaintiff suit has been filed against you In
Board of County Commissioners of
Cattle Co. 512.00 the above entitled cause; and you
Old South, and many other partsof Flagler County will receive sealed DALE D. BROWN CLAIRE B. YEFFRIES are hereby required answer *
I. bids until the 4th day of May. 1964. Tax Collector with the kt"orlhr.o'o: ,
the country, with their en. at the hour of 9:00: A. M.. In the Flagler County, Florida NOTICR! TO Defendant DRFRND and to serve a copy thereof upon
office of the Clerk of the Circuit April 16-Itc the plaintiff or plaintiff ,
chanting THE attorney
Court In the Flagler County Courthouse -
I whose name and address is:
:{ The Florida Folk Festival Is Bunnell, Florida for the NOTICE CLAIRE whose place B. JEFFRIES of residence and RAY SELDEN

produced by the Stephen Foster I following L. P. Gas: for the Courthouse Notice Is hereby given that pursuant post office address are unknown Selden Building
Daytona Beach Floridanot
Stockade and Jail for periodof to motion duly made, sec You are hereby notified that a
Memorial, assisted by the StePh'j I one (1) year from a the date onded and carried, by the Boardof I suit has been filed against you In later than April 25th, A. D,
Foster Folklore of acceptance of bid. County Commissioners of Flag. : the above entitled cause; and you i 1964.
en Envelopes must be sealed and ler County Florida at a Regular I are hereby required If you fall to do so, decree pro
the Florida Federation of Music plainly marked "Bid on L. P.Uas Meeting of said Board held on the ; swer with the : I confesso will be entered againstyou
I I 6th day of A D. 1964, Inspectors and to serve a copy thereof upon I for the relief demanded in the
1 Club&I heetliard: reserves the rightto and Clerks of each Election the plaintiff br plaintiffs attorney bill of complaint. The nature of
I I reject any and all bids. District or Precinct In Flag I whose name an daddress Is: aid suit being for divorce.
Dated at Bunnell. Florida, this ler County, Florida were appointedand SAMUEL V. HOLCH WITNESS my hand and seal of
113th I day of April A. '). 1964.OTIH voting or polling places for 110 N, 3rd Street aid Court this 24th day of March
It took a full year to train the : & HUNTER. Chairman each Election District or PrecinctIn Palatka, Florida A. fJcl 1964.
|I Board of Commlislon-- Flagler County, Florida were not later than May 2nd. A. D. 1964.If (Otnclelc al) E. A. SMYTHE
Florida State Exhibit porpoises era of Flagler County County, Florida designated for the First Primary you fall to do so, decree pro of said Circuit Court
to have them for the first II III I I I ATTEST: Election to be held on Tuesday confesao will be entered againstyou By Julia R. Harvey
ready i E. A. SMYTH. Clerk the 5th day of May A. D. 1964, the for the relief demanded In the Deputy Clerk
I live porpoise show at the New Board of Count said Hoard of County Commissioners bill of complaint. The nature of March 26 A; April 2-916-4tc
I I ers of Klagler County, Florida of Flagler County Florida havIng said suit being for divorce. .
1 York World's Fair. April 16-13-2to appointed the following namedpersons WITNESS my hand and seal of IN CIRCUIT OP'
as anClerksrespectlveiy said Court this 30th day of March i
----- -- ---- -- -- --- FLAKLEH COUNTY FLORIDAIN
; ana having designated A. D. 1984 I tIIANCEJI.NO.. 4817
\ I II the following{ voting or polling. (Official Real) to. A. SMYTHE BETTY ANNE HYLER
places. for said Election: Clerk of said Circuit Court Plaintiff
Precinct N.. 1 By Julia R. Harvey "I.
Vote In the County Commissioners Deputy Clerk GENE McKINLEY HYLER
.,ewy0".; 1 'u Room In ter.arr! County Court April 2-9.16-23-4tc Defendant
Ethel Rum 111, inspectors; Geneva JUDICIAL CIRCUIT, IN' GENE McKINLEY HYLER.
'- 1 4 Rodgers, Clerk.Prerl. AND FOil FI.Anl.KH COUNTY, whose place of residence and
...t N*. 3 FLORIDA. EQUITY NO. 41'Plalntlft post office address are unknown
Vote In the Klagler Beach Recreation A. LOU1SH McCAHAN. You are hereby notified that a
Center Flagler Beach Ior- v.. suit has been tiled against you In
I ida. ALBERT the above entitled cause; and you
. r 1 Doris Ftlklns.I Kay are hereby required answer *
,t.' 1 I he I Frank, Inspectors; Catherine NOTICE TO APPEAR Defendant.ANn with the kt"oflhr.o'o: ,
and to
serve thereof
Wilson Clerk. ANftWEIl a copy upon
; f M PreeUct N. S IN THE NAME OF TIlE STATE the plaintiff or plaintiffs attorney,
/. Vote In Community hall Haw OF FLORIDA whose JOSEPH name and address Is:
Creek Flagler County. Florida.Iolae TO: ALBERT L. McCAHAN. HIRSCHMAN
Nashla J. Trad. Doris : 6707 407tt Main Street
C. Tucker, Inspectors; Taudy Bowden FT. DAVIS STATION Daytona Beach Floridanot
4n Clerk. WASHINGTON. D. C. 20020 later than April 25th A. D. 1964.
1 PreeUct 1'1. SeA You are hereby notified that a If you fall to do .0, decree pro
/ Vote In Church Hall Korona, suit has been brought against you confess will be entered against
Flagler County, Florida In the Circuit Court of Flagler you for the relief demanded In the
,, f dI Antoinette Slovak. Mary Mytanln County Florida In Equity, by A. bill of complaint The nature of
\ eald
Alice Lyslak. Inspectors: Sophie LOUISE McCAHAN, and you are being for seal
Smlglclskl. Clerk. hereby required to file personally WITNESS my hand and of
or by Attorney, with the Clerk of laid Court this J4th day of March
freelact N*. 4 paid Court, your written defense. A. D. Uet.tOmelal .
Vote In 8t Johns Park Commu- If to the Bill In In Heal) E. A. SMYTHE
r Ity Hall St. Johns ,'ark. Flatter Inl-ilt on or before the end:: day Clerk of said Circuit Court

A A County Florida. of Slay A. D. 1944. and also to Sly Julia JL Harvey
Grace Kinney Margaret DunsonAlleen serve a copy of your written de Deputy Clerk
herding Inspectors; Reese f nsea upon Messrs. Osslnsky A M&r. 21 April 2.1.11-4tc

\ r Burnsed .Clerk...."I.d N.. 4-A their Krol office Attorneys address for at I'lalntltfl.a'411 Main

In Florida. Vote In Masonic hail Bunnell Street Daytona Beach, Florida, on
i . Flagler County Florida.Amoretle or before the 2nd day of May. 21jf tfliglrr dribunrBUNNELL.
11 Wells Margaret Hart A. D. m, as required by the Florida I
'FI Inc. Jennie It. tlreen Inspectors; Equity Rules of Civil. Procedure
Grace Wr.". Clerk end herein fall not or Deere FLORIDA
at picnic beer is a natural 1' *.I."t He II I'ro ConfeMo and Final Decree will .
a Vote In Community hall Kspanola. beTh \\ere against you by default.
) Flagler, County. Florida. name othe Court In
MRS. )l n.
Addle Woods Mabel Lane, Lula which! Mid suit has been Instituted FULLER Editor
When you're reining at your favorite outdoor beauty spot with Bradley. Inspectors; Frances Arn- I. the Circuit Court. Seventh Ju-
old, Clerk. dicial Circuit I of ld.. In and for
friends or (family and your thirsts whetteJ by fresh air and cur.dsetbat' ITeelaet N.. 5>A Flatter County,Fli Equity, and D- ... OfltUI ....11".....

the weal time for a cool, refreshing glass of beer., In Vote tn. Martneland.Johnson Building Florida. A1AHighway. that herelnabov, the title Nt of forth.said can*. Is a* fer PmVlle Notice..f VUgtorO

fact, you can name your recrea -swimming, hiking, or just Flossie Black Ltltla LeO re" You are> further notified that the .>ty, MtmMMlltle<< ttoretamm4
In the world fits it Blanche Andreaa. Inspectors. Ooley nature of said suit Is a suit for
watching TV-and chances are nothing quit D. Mitchell Clerk divorce) and enforcement of agreement the State ef Florida
well as beer. By Order of the Board of County and other relief a. prayed
as of Flagler County for
Commissioners : Bill la Equity.
Your familiar glass of beer !is also a pleasurable reminder that Florid In regular meeting at Uun- VTN. my hand and sal of Entered as second class matter
I nell Flagler County Florida, this office at Hunnell, Florid, this nth
we live in a land of personal freedom-and that our right to enjoy 6th day of April. A. Dv 1944. day of March, A. D. 1M4.B. February <* lilt at the postofflc

beer and ale, If we so desire h just one. but an jtnfu rt.nt one. of OTIS Chairman a BUNTER of the Board of EMiL A. KUTTHE. A. PMTTHK as Clerk of at Runnel Florida, order act ef

those personal freedoms.In County Commissioner of the Circuit Court of FlaglertFsunty. March 3, 1171.
FUter *'U'y'7 :ta . Florida
ATTEST AND ) Clreeilt ..rl Seel! )
Florida..beer goes with fun, with relaxation MIS31ONVKA PEAL AFFIXED: OKSINtfKY A KROL
I<;. A. SMYTHK.. Clerk Attorney for Plaintiff One yr .m*

@ UNITED STATES BREWERS ASSOUATiON.1GP Board of County Commission 411 Main Street I 8U month -. ._.ILJI
ere of Flagler" County Florida Daytona Beacn Florida
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Bu+utcll oth th 13t r takes as much brawn as I fertiliser and few mowings. I dose-growing type that covers and disease __...-.- -
brains. the ground rapidly and forms
St. rates but I II I
Augustine good
School 1'ewSLibrary The usual prerequisite te movIng an excellent sod. Four-yesr test Subscribe to The F..:rgt.r Tribune
I I is chinch Com
ravaged by
into a no-down-payment show that it's superior in weed I SSJO A Year In Advance:
I bermuda Is fine
Club News I mon -textured,I
house that sits on a bare, sandy _
The Library Club held a meet I!' lot. I tolerates salt spray, but requires : h..Yav.w.v....."' ""' v..v..v.YNrI'..r
much work and considerablefertilizer.
ing after school recently to March, according to students I II
make plans for a swimming I I of human nature, i* the month I The bahia grasses FLAGLER BY THE SEA
form a loose turf that takes con
party at Tommy Kahlert's houseon I for lawns. They say that the
stant mowing to keep seed I
May 2. I sting of windblown sand plus
stalks down.A North AlA
This week is National Book I I the sting of a nagging tongue I
Week. In celebration of National i I causes the seasonal surge in new grass is Floratine St.I I FLAGLER BEACH, FLORIDA
Book Week, Library Assist. : planting. ;:
grass Augustine. was developed by
ants are reading stories to the Regardless of the domestic the Florida Agricultural Experiment Mobile Home Sales &

elementary children during their reasons, University of Florida Stations and released recently
library periods and study halls. turfmen recommend spring to commercial nursery. Space and Home
Also, the bulletin board In the to insure serViCJ
planting a green carpet men. It's available now from
library is sporting an attractive by fall.Establishing. most turf growers. L. 439.2124 .

display with its theme centered! an urban pasture I Floratine is a blue- green, .... .. ....... ... .. ..... ... ..
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Jack WetheringtonReporter I thinking. First, remove the I

sticks, the stones and the'neigh..
Spanish Club News I bor's dog bones. Next, rake the KEEP f .
lot until it is level.
The Spanish Club is
ing its Pan- Following a heavy shower,
announc.1 check the lawn site for stand. i ft
Dance at the Civic ?
night, April 17. All ing puddles of water and, if Dan R. Warren
from the dance will be donatedto needed, fill in the low spots before I .
the senior class to add to planting. For better looks
their funds for their trip to the and for drainage, slope the I
New York World's Fair. Vail earth away from the house. !
come! On sandy soil add three cubic STATE ATTORNEY t, :
yards of organic matter per 1,000 ? : .
square feet of lawn area. This , I
Senior Class News will insure good grass growth. Volusia Flagler Putnam '
The Seniors have a few more Peat or composted material will Yp
Bar-B-Q grill kits and boxes of be fine. Mix the material Into and St. Johns

candy left for sale, but they are the soil. A rented rototlllcr will ,', I
happy to report that they have do the Job in a hurry. .,
almost reached their goal forth
The next step may be soil
New York World's Fair in sterilization. It isn't essentialbut
May. Their last big project for will kill weeds and nema- PRIMARY, MAY 5, 1964
the year will be a double-feature todes. Since the chemicals used

play, "Mamma's Gettln' in the process are deadly, leta
Married" and "Itchln, to Get professional do this Job for EXPERIENCED QUALIFIED
Hitched" coming up on April 28. you.
Nancy Wilson Reporter Paid Political Adv.
What To Plant 4

There is no ideal grass. The --- __- _
Qa4deiIIt hit ,1)ltv Ja zoysias have won acclaim for

texture, but require much care
(By Kerrey Sharp' ) and good soil. Centipede is
You don't 'have to be an expert !"poor man's" grass that does
to grow a good lawn. Often I well on sandy soil with little I I J Jl.


Elect fora

E. 'Walton' Johnston Jr.

For .. a happy changej

move up.to

vote and support will be appreciated.Paid .

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SO HOOMH! "7l new electric 1aJI,.. JOUr 1 h trio AppUan D.aler today.

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Senator Verle Pope Crowns Potato Queen EXECUTIVE BUNNELL MEETS PTA BOARD TONIGHT OF I the At Florida the New State York World's Exhibit Fair will,

r have the first live porpoise show
The executive board of the ever achieved at any Interna-
Bunntll PTA will tional exposition.
meet tonightIn ,,- ? _
the principal's office of the
I. high school at 8 o'clock. t PETERSON TEXACO

a w IIS I Howard Lerch, president of the SERVICE
PTA, said that this would be I SERVICE
the last board meeting of this! I'I Light Mechanical Work
Phone 437-3441 Bunnell
year. I I


Vote To ReElectC.

H. Cowart


1 1, / I 1 County Commissioner, District 3

i As a member of the Board I shall con- .-
DYi ,
i 1
,. tinue to discharge the duties of the

Miss Sylvia Ann Bailey of IIastings is crowned Miss Northeast Florida Potato -
Queen by State Senator Verle Pope. Runners-up were Miss Kandyce office in a fair, honest and impartial
Lovell of Flagler Beach left, and Miss Donna Manning of Palatka right. The

queen was crowned at the third annual Potato Festival and Barbequeheld manner for all Flagler County.Paid .
in Hastings Wednesday, April 8. A. B. Johnston, Flagler County
. farmer, heads the Northeast Florida Potato Council, which sponsors the Political Adv.
annual event. Photo by Phillip Whitely


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I- 'W.,C. Sullivan Is a patient in :7 -
theHallfax, Hospital in Daytona :
Beach for medical treatment. CHEVROLETmakes

George Kielb has returned to
his home Deen Road from the ,
i k,' ,
Halifax Hospital where he re -
cenUy:,underwent surgery. lie
f Is recuperating at his home. all types of quality trucksi.i..

Mrs. Mike Koczwanskl has returned -
I to her home here after
flying to Frankfort Germany \ r.t..,. .,, I
for a visit with her father and I M '
other relatives. Her mother had
recently passed away there. {

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and fi ifie am welded / S. 1 ,

;r 1I at an&jeife: 1 + / / big, flat, S.raqtical ne ueceiinitSidB
+ I / / are optional atxtra cost.

"Kyn,' record Is one of .' CHEVROLET
dedicated,tireless' service ''if-v.'* '*'teiwfcv''T'ia'
I; to the community."
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Paid relltlral Adr.rtl..m.nt. Paid
For Ur Krn. Campaign. Fund.JtonnU TELEPHONE ID 7-3131 BUNNELL FLORIDA
8p.nc.r. Chairman

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