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winter here.Bunnell.
the
, 'r I pital and are now recuperating 'Miss Matilda Buchhold leaves
Purpose ShorteningBAKERITE '
,.1<. -' ,at the home of her son in law next Tuesday to spend three -

Ii::!'"'". .and daughter, Mr, and Mrs. months in Denver, Colo.,. receiving I 3 4ge.
*-' Buddy Wadsworth.Mrs. treatment at Spears Hospital c .
iF f, Theatre I there. She will accompany Limit one with $5.00 or, more ;
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Mrs"1 .
.' Raphael Sturman return'ed
Dorothy Daugherty as '
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home Monday night after Indiana, and from ;
f' a Seymore, go I /, '> t
,[.7 Fri. &. Sat. Dec. 2.3. visit of five weeks in Hawaii train. Red. & White : :
J.. with her son and daughter in -- '
BEYOND THE TIME BARRIER law, Mr. and Mrs. William Liv Mrs. Jack Orson returnedto -COOKING OIL quart 290Red

ingston. Her son is stationed her home here from St.
i. Stoning Augustine Limit one with: $5.00 or more order
there with the U.S. where she underwent .
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Army. '; '' '
a. Robert Clezke and Darlene I 1 1I '
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k'' > surgery at the East. Coast Hos I :- .
Tompkins Mrs. Buckles and Miss i
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pital there. _
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Gloria McArn visited in Jacksonville
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; "; Sun. &Mon. Dec. 4.5 I with Mr. and Mrs.. Wendell Louis Trad, Jr., of Jacksonville SALT 26, oz. Box .' 100Bkdseye ;
Hoel and family, and in
t spent last week here at the f
THE NIGHT FIGHTERS Jesup, Ga.,, with Mr.. and Mrs. .. '
home of his parents, bit and f
L. :.. Wadsworth, during the I,
Brady
: .. ,StCBTiB .Mrs._ Louis Trad. 11 oz. BEEF, CHICKEN or TURKEY
, Thanksgiving holidays., They _____
ff.- Robert Mitehum' and Anne were accompanied home by Dor TV DINNERS'; :<
Mr.; and Mrs. Robert Henderson 490
..t''P Heywood is, Lynne and Wayne Hoel. 1 .
and Mrs. Sayde McArn have r
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b:, ., -. .- who spent the v fll f end, here. I IF returned to their home in Venice J.> .."x '

t. Park, Flagler Beach, after a i Star kiat %size j. ;, ,;=
I holiday visit with relatives at 'i
Henderson's former home in CHUNK TUNA 290 '
fc" Music ,
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Indiana.Mr. .
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{ '_ and Mrs. L.E. Wadsworth TYPHONE No.2' t' {'-
t Night ; a and Mr. and Mrs. Dave Perry-)1 1 ei
man were in Miami during the SLICED PINEAPPLE f ,

L I .\ WITH past weekend for the IVIiami-+ : I Z5C. : .
Florida football
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.. Boys Mrs. Vonnie Knight and son: .

: -" Perry, have moved to Daytona ( BRANNAM'SFood .; .
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Beach. to reside.uontsnuea. .:_ :
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-. accompanied home by Mrs. Mrs. J. C.'Hall, Si., all of Bun- Halyerds of Bunnell. .Subscribe to The Flagler Tribune 1

i.j. :Moody's aunt, Mrs. Fannie Taylor \nell arid Mr. and Mrs. L. W. ,. I S3L50 A Year In Advance
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: who will visit here for some Webb of Orlando. CARD OF THANKS
,time. IX THE CIRCUIT COURT OKFLAGLKR
(Continued from Page 5) I would like to thank all my I COUNTY FLORID.,
;. Mr. and Mrs. Dave Dobson Friends of Chief Warrant Officer I friends for the nice cards and WILLIE IX CHANCERY FOOTMAN.. NO. 4141 .' -

Mr. and Mrs. D. D. Moody, accompanied I entertained a family group on Jimmy Salyerds will regretto letters sent to me during my I Plaintiff.V3. .
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by their daughter, Thanksgiving Day. Guests included know that he is a patient in long stay in the hospital. Your I IRMA LEE- FOOTMAN,

.i lona, and Gladys Carreno, of Mr. and Mrs. 3* R. Shelton the base hospital at Columbus, thoughtfulness is deeply appre.' NOTICE TO Defendant.DEFEND

.- Orlando, visited in Baxley, Ga. and daughters, Mr. and Mrs. Ga., for medical treatment. He elated. THE STATE OF FLORIDA TOt.
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;t-: Thanksgiving Day. They were M. B. McDaniel Butch McDaniel Is the ,son of Mr. and Mrs. Henry .. Mrs. Mae Gurley. Residence Irma Lee Footman UnknownYou
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-- are hereby notified that a .
,,;;. suit has been filed against you in
the above entitled cause; and you i
. are hereby required to file your answer -
with the Clerk of this Court.
:.: and to serve a copy thereof upon
> the plaintiff or plaintiff's attorney
: Thanks A Million whose W.name Cecil and Grant address is:

- 407% Main Street
> Daytona Beach. Floridanot
Mips later than December 23rd A.D.
'. 1960.
.- 'c.i If you fall to do so. decree pro ..
I ccnfesso will entered against
be
r i; you for the relief demanded in the
? o ; > : bill of complaint. The nature ,of ,
FREEs I said suit being for divorce.
> WITNESS my 'hand and seal of
said CQurt this 18th day .of November -
A. D. 1960. "
(Official Seal) .
I RALPH E. HARBERT
Clerk of said Court
> Circuit .
; Nov 24 & Dec. 1.8.15-4ta- ..-
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I IX THE COUNTY JUDGE'S COURT
t IX AND FOR FLAGLER COUN-
> : TY FLORIDA IN PROBATE
-- CASE NO. 585 '
/ 500,000TOP IN RE: Estate of
> GEORGE C. :McARN Deceased.

NOTICE OF PROBATE
TO ALL PERSONS INTERESTEDIN
THE ESTATE OF SAID DECEDENT -
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You are hereby notified that a
written instrument purporting tobe
the last will and testament of
said decedent has been admitted to
> probate in this court. You are
VALUE STAMP hereby commanded within six calendar -
months from the date of the
first publication of this notice to
appear in this court and show
c. cause if any you can why thelC-
. ion of this court in admitting
said will to probate should .not
stand unrevoked.
iF (S) DUANE A. DEEM


F: Hughes Oil Co. Phillips 66 Service Stations first 1960.. County Flagler publication Judge County.on; November Florida. 17,

Nov. 17-24 & Dec. 184tcIN

THE COUNTY JUDGE'S COURTIN

r and 66 Oil Distributors ,AND FLORIDA FOR FLAGLER IN PROBATE.COUNTY -

Phillips Heating nSeason's IN CASE RE GEORGE: NO.Estate 585 C. McARN.of,

Deceased.
NOTICE TO CREDITORSAll
r., creditors of the estate of
GEORGE C. McARN deceased are
hereby notified and required to file
: any claims or demands which they
Greetings may have against said estate In
r the office of the county judge of
FLAGLER COUNTY Florida. In
the courthouse at' Bunnell. Florida.
withiiHeight calftndar months 'from

; r With >500,000 Toplaloe Stamps for top Christmas Gifts = the this date notice.of the Each first claim publication,or. demand of

must be in writing and must state ..
the place of residence and post-
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f :,. ;" 33 BIG WINNERS WILL BE DRAWN AT' ." .- .' : his will November agent become 15 or void, 1960.his according attorney 1. ,to or law.it

SADYE LEE McARN.
Executrix of the Estate of
-, George C. McArn deceased.
: First publication on November 17,
HUGHES CO. PHILLIPS 66
f* OUR GIANT OIL < 1960.
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Nov. 17-24 & Dec. 184tcIN
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TilE CIRCUIT COURT OF
>' FLAGLER COUNTY FLORIDA,
( :. : : IN CHANCERY NO.. 4043J.
;, V. KEENER.

;l i' CHRISTMAS PARTY t DOROTHY OGDEN vs. KEENER Plaintiff. .

.. Defendant.
> NOTICE TO DEFEND
i ;t.,1 THE STATE OF FLORIDA. TO:
,
c Dorothy Ogden Keener
,
2326 Fleet Avenue .
Richmond Virginia

Bellair Plaza 7:00 P. M.: December 23 suit You has are been hereby filed, notified against that-a you In
Friday
: Shopping -- I the .above entitled cause; and you
are hereby required to file your an-
swer with the Clerk of this Court
and to serve a copy thereof upon
: FR: ; the plaintiff or plaintiff 8 attorney
whose name and address is:


'l T 1st' Gift ,. ::''. ..,.." ,. ,. 100,000 Top Value Stamps not later W.Daytona 407%than Cecil Main Beach December Grant Street Florida 9th A.D., -



: t, 2 nd Gift i;; ./! ; :.75,000: Top Value Stamps 1960.confesso.If for you the fail will relief to be do demanded entered so, decree againstyou in pro the s>.',, .

bill of complaint. The nature of
'. "' said suit being for divorce.
3 rd Gift 'i ;: Value WITNESS my hand and seal of.
:._ 25QOO Top Stamps said her A.Court D. this 1960.4th day of Novem-v.

.(Official Seal) .


; ,., ,:.i3Q_ Gifts ..: ;.. :- :;-":.:..3fr*: .< :10,000 Top Value Stamps. ch I Nov. 10-17-24 Clerk RALPH of&E.. said Dec.HARBERT Circuit.1- tc Court ..

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J. : jfcr--> **-* ... C. LOUIS ,KELLY, .
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.. &.: --T Visit To A' .Phillips 66 Deaier-Or;, 'AT D DELORES Ts K,* KELLY.' Plaintiff., Dlveree'
P
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<. .. ';. -- Defendant.
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t .. . : ; !: OF FLORIDA. TO:
.., ._' :..... J : ..' :, _:..-.1'..,..;... 1.: ... ;__........-- < 'f' DELORES sometimes known K. KELLY.as DELORES also .: _

: r:;.. iJ-:= : .. KAMMINGA. No. 64 Union Circulation -
.. _.. : Co., Inc., 830 West

_: -: a, _._. t Our Hughes Oil Ce. Family Says ., .... I YOU Georgia.Peachtree ARE HEREBY Street N.W.NOTIFIED.. Atlanta.


.' Thinks A Millie fir Yeiir Friendship, Mil -' I that tiled against a cause suit for you and divorce in you the are above has hereby been entitled -

i required to serve Plaintiffs
: f fir Mikiig Is 'This Area's KlOrgauzatHii. I Attorney. whose.name upon and address I
Largest '-'ftRl appear hereon your written defense '
If any to the Bill of Complaint .
in said suit on or before -' ..
Year Centiiiieii Supper! Will the 16th day of December A. D. 1
19CO else decree pro confesso will j
be entered against you. "'",
+ Make keenher ISM OIr :First HjIIjeiWlw u WITNESS my hand and seal of t
said Court this 7th day of November a 1
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A. D. 19CO. :

: : .: ..111fM"I I ef Phillips U Presets \ (Seal) .RALPH Clerk E. of HARBERT said Court I;.
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P.O. Box
: No. Obligation to Buy-You Don't Have To,Be Present to Win :>, ,. :. <. Bunnell. Florida 396 .. '; -. 1
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three- children of Daytona- Beach I Animal Products"Are .I fective assistant preventing- serves to screen' against almostall .' I

;. Jfag/eiEeach Joined them for Thanksgiving. .strontium-90 from 1 being de- strontium. II
{ r Against']posited in human bones.In Dr. Davis adds that the vigorous :
at 1st Defense eggs, calcium and strontium I fertilizer program which :"
Continued from Page: 4 Friends of Chubby Dzioba are I are deposited in the shell. must be used in the productionof '
; sorry to hear that he was called j Radioactive Fallout !jj;People using eggs and discardIng Florida vegetables serves to
I :Mr. and Mrs. Pal Parker had
Ohio, because ]
Cleveand Sunday
1 to I
j the shells have consumed reduce the amount of fallout
line of defense of
as their guests during the holidays The first
of his
I of the death mother. ( .,
'a food that effectively present in the state's produce.
humans radioactive fall- very I
their and in against
son daughter
:He made the trip by airline. ,
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Pat, according -
and two sons Jr, and Peter: products consume no. ""-
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Mr. and : (
# Scott, of :Miami. Also anotherson r',family returned to'their homein I to the director of nuclear ;: FOR ALL HURS-DAY OR NIGHF
sciences at the /University of;I i
Bobby Parker'of Miami. Mr.-J:
Tucker, Ga., after, spending,j : .
and :Mrs. Pal Parker Jr., and Florida. i '
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.several days here in their beach I ; I AMBULANCE .1
Dr. G. K. Davis says meat ',
home. milk and eggs.serve as the best f": PHONE VAlley 4-1625
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I' the increased : SERVICE
barriers
against
C Mr.. and Mrs. B. L..Wilson and i ; ST. AUGUSTINE. FLORIDA .1.1i
t consumption of radioactive! ma I'
I II daughters, Joann and Barbara,
I terials. : Never be hesitmrt about calling a Garda Ambulance. We I IH !
spent the weekend in Miami as!J I ,
guests of Mr.: and Mrs. Gordon' "Meat is one of our very good 'H are always at your service with promptness, safety andexperience \ 9i i
Braswell. They 'also attendedthe I sources of protein food," says I ,{I
University ''of"' lorida and the scientist, "and because I i I
I University of Miami: football I strontium accumulated by Equipped Wit Oxygen Resusitator anti Inhalator I
animals is in
1 game. I deposited the '-> '
bones, and we consume littleof Garcia Funeral Home \

Spending four days last week the bone in our meat prod P. E. GARCIA, Licensed Funeral Director ',I
here at the home of ,Rev. and ucts, this serves to' screen ef I '
LADY ASSISTANT 'I
I Mrs. :Millard Brock were her sister fectivelyagainst strontium90.I
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#i mates in favor of calcium anda .
friend, Mrs. Lucille Ashemore,
J / 't' from Greenville, S. C. I diet rich in milk and milk ,i!
Il I products serves as ''a very ef- s I

Mr, William Lloyd spent the '
NOTHING THE y-MATTER-M Thanksgiving holidays in Lake Mr.: and Mrs. Charles Sugden I TO BE AUCTIONED ::1
,. WITH THE RISING GEMESATiOM Wales accompanied by Mrs. Maree
f : AFTER. THEY i Holme, all from Miami, visited :
f OMCE! 6ET UP FOR THE DAY Mrs. Roy Dickenson spent here during the weekend with .
Thanksgiving in Eua" Gallie Mr. and .Mrs. J. L. Presswood. !
5 ROOM HOUSE AND 2 LOTS
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I with her son in law and daughter
Young or old agree that for Mr. and Mrs. Harold Edson. Mr. and' Mrs Robert Hender l
t the best in auto service you son have returned to their home THE EIIC A. LEE PROPERTY .-.1.1I
...;,!- can't beat Bob's. Drive in now. Rev. and :Mrs. R. D. Gregg of here after spending Thanksgiving -, I
you'll see what we mean when Blackville, S. c., stopped over holiday in Indiana with I
t House has 5 rooms, 2 baths, front and back I
we take care of. your.'service two days last week'to visit with relatives. .
or repair needs. Rev. and Mrs. Millard Brock. ,porches, attic with stairs. t I
They included the trip here in Mrs. May Allen from Anderson I
1 their vacation for: which they Ind., is visiting here with 4 f

r had gone to Nebraska.Mrs. week.her brother, Walter: Keller, this I Auction on PremisesS .f.f

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Gladine Chalflnch spent .f
.- CAR SERVICE several days last week Includ- Mr. and Mrs. A. K. Dally have
f, in Jacksonville arrived here for the winter from
ing Thanksgiving I
P. M. December 3
ll l visiting with her brother Shellbourne, Mass. Saturday, f
EQUIPMENT USED"IDtEwoop < and sister in law, Mr. and. Mrs.
Fred Slaughter, and also at the ,Mr. .and Mrs.< A. O. Brantleyare I
2 ROY 'BUCKLESi2t1V
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: ': I,:"-Electric Christmas I of, handling*, and cleaning, and ': ; '" ':};" "
About1 The\
: News
. : its durability. I THANK YOU.. :.
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Church :Many ot the new models have .

.} Methodist : GiftsBy detachable thermostats. The 1- <..

I- '::,:' .' The Gainesville:'_District .Conference ( Catherine, ,Krnnr) untensils may be completely I I -- .,*-. /*.. for yourvote and support in my -
immersed inwater for washing
the Community
in Wesley -
: met an esfrly start with :I for re-election.
Getting campaign
Church of Gainesville, after the thermostat is removed. )
those Christmas gifts will pay 'Some of these control units are to work ---5-
continue
I will
November 29. Those
:,:, ,1 Tuesday, dividends in time management s
the.First Meth packed and sold separately and, Y;
attending from i _
for greater
t even
; when the holidays arrive.If Ion the same brand of equipment an
: : of Bunnell were
odist..Church'
r you are interested in things I I be l and progressive
4 Rev. W. L. Spicer, Jr.,. Mrs. tee may used interchangeablyfrom -- ,more
electrical, there 'is an array of one, appliance to another.
.
Blakely, Mrs., Rob Deen, and Florida.
equipment and appliances the Most manufacturers offfer I _
:: Allen.
f Mrs. Lady
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whole family will enjoy.
aluminum
-_ heard .ori the merchandise i n ,
were I
Reports
condition of the church The youngsters will be delighted stainless steel with copper or

general with the.com popper with gold-plate trim, or in pastel I
the district with special mes
i- in the peek'in lid, or electric pen; I colored porcelain to match a, 'J. Edwin Larson :':>:: ;
James W.
from Bishop -
: ,sages
cil sharpeners.The color in the kitchen- or dining BSBMT State Treasurer
Rev. Lloyd Knox and _
<, Henley,
housewife is sure to be _
. ,others. Rev. Knox who.is a-missionary room. TMt AdHlt...nl Md For By HM Campaign, -.
e- r I pleased with one of the new heel for J. Edwin Lan_ for Slot Treoiwm ----:'
most
to Cuba gave a enlightening '
r -, i knife sharpeners or an auto. THE HOLY GANGES i 2r
_ and inspirational report 1 Ui _
matic can opener that does a ? __
the work in Cuba. He S
, \ on professional job in a minuteor The Ganges River for untold rI
reported that Methodist, baptists
two. centuries has been holy to Hindu '

,L d c and Presbyterians are Mother will be thrilled with a India. People of all stations :
together in the mission
1. working steam iron, a thermostatically come to bathe in it. For those .
field and that the native people NOTICETo I
are doing a magnificent work in controlled skillet, ,grill, saucepan unable to make the pilgrimage, I : -

ta top-of'the-stove small water is bottled and carried
the Christian gospel.
'. spreading size oven, or a blender. As for home. Ganges water keeps for
who are forcedto
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Grandmother, there's A coffee years without stagnation-so

r taking join the the malitia stand against of Castro it because are- maker to be used, also, for heat- tradition goes-and a single Our Flagler Beach CustomersFor
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i ing a bowl of soup or for cook. drop on the tongue or eyelids
of Christian conviction.
ing eggs. of a dyjng man is believed to
_ :Rev Knox said that many, many
Shop around to note the various cleanse him of sin.
-.of the natives people, whom we your Convenience in paying your Electric
features and prices of the
;., .' ado not hear about in regular equipment put out by different i Bills, arrangements have : been made ,with Mrs.

;' news reporting, are busy at the manufacturers. ,Here are 'some Helen Nuzum, Flagler Beach Sundries for a' new
task of spreading the news of .' I ,
oft, e. points you will want to Neighborhood Station. _A._ .
Blackwell'sRestaurant
Christ and His of life. '
r way think about: I'
Rev. Knox did "embarrass to
1 : i Who, will use It, how will if 61'

: Say the least" we U.S.: citizens fold be used, where will it be placed I Effective Thursday, Demeber: '1, 1960 Bills :maybe '
; at the meeting when he
. China for use and for storage, safety 18th St. & AlA paid to >Irs. 'Nuzum at Flagler Beach Sundries, :
how Russia, Communist ,
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:features, its guarantee, and ease Flagler Beach
and others are flooding Cuba I 1 located on Highway, A1A at 10th Street, Flagler'Beach :
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spread propaganda of Communists I "I'Jl CHICKEN I, ... -
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achievements while we .'- .. -
BARBECUE S
:. send magazines primarily emphasizing FISHSANDWICHES Florida Power &' Light Csmpapgy ".,

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:,- Cubans,> ,but; more support Week'4 was,the outstanding eventof rc y .y f
, ,through' the<< churches here in the the whole year In rural Illi
for nois. the hustle and bustle GIVE BETTER ELECTRICALLY: .
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FLAGLER'BEACH able cakes piled
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Title: The Flagler tribune
Physical Description: Newspaper
Language: English
Publisher: s.n.
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Place of Publication: Bunnell Fla
Creation Date: December 1, 1960
Publication Date: -1981
Frequency: weekly
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Coordinates: 29.4675 x -81.256944 ( Place of Publication )
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Dates or Sequential Designation: Began in 1917?
Dates or Sequential Designation: -69th year, no. 36 (Sept. 3, 1981).
General Note: Mrs. M.B. Fuller, editor.
General Note: Description based on: Vol. 43, no. 20 (June 2, 1955).
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'. -; ,:.. VOLUME 48, NO.: 47 .:,BUNNELL, ,FLORIDA, THURSDAY- DEC. 1, 1960 '$2.50. A YEAR ,

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;,. :. Season's Basketbull Schedule Col. 'Louis Fuchs ON PRIVATE SPECIALAL TANNER T' Famed Umpire t.. .

.y..., Tuesday, December GFlorida D. &, B. (Boys & Girls) Home 7:00 Was Lions Clubs Army Pvt. John W. Tanner,
Tuesday, Dec. 13, Taylor High (Pierson) Boys & Girls Home 7:15 whose parents, Mr. and Mrs. Now Resides in
.- Friday, December 16 Father Lopez A & B Boys Aaway 7:00
.. Mrs. arold_ J. Ramsey, live on
.: Tuesday, January 3, ,Hastings A & B Boys Home 7:00 Guest SpeakerThe Route 1, Bunnell, participatedwith Flagler Beach '
Friday, January 6, Crescent City, Boys 'and Girls' Home 7:00 other personnel from the '.
a, Tuesday, January' 10, Father Lopez A & B Boys Home 7:00 Bunnill Lions Club met 101st Airborne Division's 502d Mr. and Mrs Edward R. "Doc"!
St. Augustine Girls Away 7:00 Shaw arrived In Flagler Beach
Monday, November 28 with 15 infantry in a special Strategic
Friday, January :13, Lyman A & B Boys Home 7:00 members and two visitors present Army Command alert at Fort this week from Key West and -I
Tuesday, January, 20, Lyman A and B Boys Home 7:00 beside t he guest speaker, Campbell, Ky. The alert ended will manage the Golden Sands :
Saturday, Jan. 21 St Joseph's Academy A & B Boys Away -7:00 Qol Louis FucHs of Daytona last Friday. Apartments. ,
Tuesday, Jan. 24 Taylor High (Pierson) Boys & Girls Away 7:15 Beach who is liaison officer for Tanner, a fire computer in the "Doc" Shaw Is semiretiredand
Friday, January :27, Oviedo Boys and Girls Away 7:15 the United Stated Fair Force in infantry's Company D at the has been residing in Key
Tuesday, January-3, Florida D. & B. Boys and Girls Away 7:00 this area. ., fort, entered the army last February West for the past year- wherehe
>.. Friday, February 3, Crescent City Boys and Girls' Away 7:30 He showed colored slides and and received basic training was active as a baseball um-
February 9. 10 and 11, Conference Tournament spoke on the Air Force Academy at Fort Jackson, S. C. pire. He has had a long and

;' Tuesday, Feb. 14; Florida !ilitary>Schoql A & B Boys Home 7:00 located in the: mountains of He is a 1957 graduate of Seas colorful ,career in baseball. He
: Friday, February 17, Hastings A & B Boys Away 7:00 Colorado. Col Fuchs visited the breeze High School in Daytona has umpired in the California
Beach and attended the University League, the Gulf Coast, and
St Augustine Girls. Home 7:00 academy last month and .said
:.' Tuesday, Feb. 21, St. Joseph's Academy A & B Boys Home 7:00 that ,is a beautiful and well of Florida. He-is a memo Texas Leagues among others.
". Friday, Feb. 24, Florida Military School A & B Boys Away '6:30: equipped school, which the ber of Sigma Alpha Epsilon He was born in Wasau, Mich.
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!-'"... :' Saturday, February 25 Hawthorne Boys and'.Girls Away 7:00The slides verified. r{ farternit His wife, Sue livesin He pitched for the House of
David and played in the Three-
The academy Is situated in a Oak Grove, Ky.
1* League as a White Sox property
Outlook valley surrounded by beautiful
f w', Bunnellites Attend until 1917, when he joinedthe
mountains, eight miles from Beach Church Choir Navy for World War I.

:; For Bulldogs Huges Oil Colorado Springs. It'is a pre After the war, Doc went to Ip-
Company flight training school, not flight Plans Praise Service diana olls under"Pants" Row-

;: training, and has a vigorous land. Shaw was a southpaw,

4 In BasketballBy Sales Kickoff PartyReid four ing.-years Its coursesinclude of, routine and train Next Sunday at 7:30: and recalls throwing a spitter

( Leslie Pache) Hughes, president of the \' studiesin and playing with the White Sox's
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humanities, The Beach Methodist
regular college Flagler'
i- Hughes Oil Company, announced famed Dickie Kerr. After Doc'sarm
The Bunnell Bulldogs a season ; the subjects, and specialized studiesin ,Church Choir will present a
largest promotion in the went bad Jerry Donovan,
., ago swept everything In' scinces concerning aeronaut- Praise Service at the Flagler
Hughes Oil Company's historyat then president of the Pacific
:w record for the ics It awards the Bachelor of Woman's Club
t"; sight with a 17.4 a kickoff dinner party held Sunday"evening' Coast League, talked Doc into
": season. They won the St. Johns Monday night at a Daytona Science Degree. 'No previous college at 7:30, December 4, Theodore becoming an umpire. Doc is

l, River. Conference, and in theirlast Beach restaurant The companyis training is necessary. Weber said today, proud of his lifetime. card in the
game lost to Hillard 48.42,' ,the area Phillips 66 distributors The requirements for entranceare The choir will render several National Association of Professional
'; ', < receiving the. run, r.up trophy in East Volusia and. Flag- : Within the ages of 17 to selections and will be augmented Baseball Leagues signedby
in the Group: Class C. Tournament. ler counties.! 22, male U.S. citizen, good moral by talented young saxophonists George M. Trautman.

.. "'* -. The goal set by the companyfor character, and good physical from the Bunnell High. Mr. Shaw was in The Tribune
th, t:.;, Graduation:hit.hard. No. Longer December, Is the attainmentof condition. The man who expectsto School Band. There will also be office Tuesday afternoon inquiring
,i available, are. three aU con- a sales total 'of one million graduate must pledge. four vocal sqlos and duets ren'deredby about the baseball leaguesIn
t.', .ference'playersjr'Hebert -Cook, years of Air Force service after members of the choir. An
r gallons of,total products. Promotion Flagler county. With his en-
., ." Buddy'Tayfarv.aad,:I4 mrjfeWellswho ,pldfL,Divide' HughesOil &J raduatiQnpJaculty:: ,is made added- feature will ,be a ,flute thusiasm for baseball'It ,is pre ..
i: received honorable mention. Company special representa up of instructors fwith Masters solo by Mary- Susan Brannam.A dicted Doc Shaw wilhbe a big
:-: Jim Burnsed and Michael Parker, tives visiting all area, homes and DoctorsDegrees.. silver collection will be addition to the ball clubs of
r dutchmen of the 'team, also are distributing Christmas gifts, anda Athletics are a vital part of taken during the service. The Flagler county In the coming -
.J gone., big drawing for 500,000 free the training program. They havea public is invited- to attend this season. ,
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1: Coach Cliff :McGriff who has Top Value football and basketball team service.
to be
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(\" been holding practice the past that participates in intercollegiate W B PB M MMM M MMMW M *
a gala Christmas party on
Ii- ten days will be trying to mold December 23. .. sports,. and also inter- 'Womanis: Club

It:. .... a team around 'Ronnie Canaka Those from Bunnell attendingthe mural sports. Each cadet must Conservation
l. ", ris, Jerry Burnsed, Mike McMih: kickoff party Monday night participate in one of. the areasof 'Festival of Fun'A :
-- lan, Reid Robertson, Gary Hol were Mr. and Mrs.. James Crews, sports. There are many op Requests To
land and 10'hn''Craig.. The back Olean Casey, Billy Casely Bar. portunities for activity outsideof "Festival of Fun" Is' to be
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t ti ... court is loaded with small low Harris, of Bunnell; Gerald the regular routine. There Is Begin Today given by the Flagler Beach
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'", though talented material. Bebe Smith of F.lagler Beach and fishing and other outdoor' ac- Woman's Club on December 9,
; : Moody and Harry' Kuleski have Leonard :Moody of The Flagler tivUies clubs, and a favorite of ASC Office Manager S. M. from 11 A. M.. to 9 P.M. Ham-
f'""'"-.-1 the inside track here, although Tribune. most is teaching a real Falcon, Thrift reminded farmers today burgs, coffee and home made '
Randy Morris and Don :McNab the Air Force symbol, to track that their requests for cost- pies will be sold between 11

"- '_ offer pressure. Jimmy Lopez, and catch a prey in flight. All sharing under, the 1961 agricultural and 2, and. a family style dinner _
r Dean Peterson, Tommy Polk, Ed Canakaris Will Falcons are called, Mach (Mac). conservation program will will be served from 5:30: to
i\ Gary, Eric.Kuleski,Robbie Tucker Religious activities are pro be accepted beginning today, 7 P.M. _
': Johnny .Metts, Bruce Eber- Speak to vided by three' chaplains, Jew- Thursday, December 1. There will be a fortune teller
t ,_ 4 hardinger and Ronald Missinee Rotary ish, Roman Catholic and Protestant Any farmer planning to carry on hand. .Also Santa will arrive
i ,: fill out the squad. 'Dr. John Canakaris will speakto assigned to the school, and out conservation practices on his at 3:30 in the afternoon
i 'WaProspects are; not as good as I the Bunnell Rotary Club on by the local churches in Colorado land in 1961 will have an opportunity .with gifts for the children. Bessie
"" '. -'*- .last year,> claims McGriff. We Thursday of this' week at the _Springs which provide transportation to request'cost-sharing Theil will have charge of a

", have a good potential but it's regular luncheon meeting, on into town, for a period of 30 days, ending cake walk and Flossie 'Haines
?, :.. going to take a, lot of hard :work the subject: "Heart' Disease In Anyone Interested in applying December 30, 1960. At the end and Luella Fleurle will have
'" ':., to ,develop sophomores, juniors, Modern Times fOr'entrance. or more informa-: of- the initial signup period charge of the fish pond. ", -
\- and seniors., We will be 'playing In Decent years medical authorities -, tion can contact Col. Fuchs in funds allocated by the State ASC Esther Juengling and Ann
tIt: .the games one at a time and have pointed out to Daytona or pr. Allen Reynolds Committee will be used by the Batten are In charge of decorations
L '- .every game will help us'gain the public with,, increasing frequency .' .of Bunnell. farmer elected ASC County Com which will carry out the
3J' stature; The Bulldogs will play the importance- such The Lions Club will behaving mittee to cover eligible requestsfor Christmas season spirit. The
4.Y f their first. game: Tuesday, December factors as diet, :Exercise, and a Broom Sale Monday, December the most needed conservation Junior Woman's Club will havea
r J 6 ,at 7 P.M. The Deaf, emotional attitudes as they re: 5, from 7 to 9 P.M Proceeds practices' which farmers booth featuring fruit,cake and '
i and Blind School of St. Augus- late to care of the vital organ, will go toward buying glassesfor would not. otherwise carry out. other things.
!' 'tIne boys and girls teams will the heart. the needy and to help in Requests are to be filed in The Flagler Beach Garden

1;.., be: the season's opener. The National' Heart Association other sight preservation projects. writing at the ASC county officeor Club will ,also have a booth,
t:: Season .Schedule Follows carries on a full time pro' Don't forget the Turkey Shootsat at the ASC office in Bunnell. featuring dish gardening and
gram of research 'and education the airport Saturday' December Tim : December 6, 15 and 29 Christmas "decorations. -
:'.' AIRMAN TIDWELL with the aim ,of prolonging the 3, 10, and 17 at 1- P. M. from 10 A.hLto4P.M. .Committees in 'Charge are expecting .

t ft: :' 'GETS.REASSIGNMENT : lives of .modern-day Americans '.. 0 a large crowd Ito 'attend
-' This will', this of fun.
''. Airman First Class program serve to draw evening
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'-*- (': '. :TIdwell, son ;o .-Mr.' and Mrs.. members firsthand to attention their own of health:club Christmas;;:New: Year; ::_Greetings ...

_', : Harry E. Tidwell Cocoa, was ,' DRIVER: TEST HOURS
P status S'and to methods "i _
r" recently transferred to James of sensible _' : _. ': CHANGES TUESDAY ,

.. f '--' Cbnnally AFB' ,-Texas- from heart-health.living to prolong. .good, The'Tribune Has set, Thursdayr. l December 15;
.-. Moody AFB, Ga:,'j. duty as an, Hours for taking examination .
, 'Y.:: air policeman iif,the '3565th, Air The Rotary Club is reconven- for Drivers Licenses WilL be

X.,-i..,.";- '_ ".- Police Squadron:,, ',ing, its 'regular 'weekly meetings ,ass_ a\deacUineVor! :? accepting. Christmas. and from 2 to.5 P.M. nextTuesdayat
after a recession, : .' -
Thanksgiving
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His :wife the former .
1"(..... A. Porte pis;'from Day. ', .'- .* Year Greeting charge< of examinations will be
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let Beach. They 2 ave, a. 10- : : courthouse .
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'...' :?:; 'welL, Grand Falls ori, the- Uamfl n 'you ;:COM in soon i'od,select I t yours The hours formerly were from

:' Tidwell graduated< from Bun;' River, l Labrador, J6 North' Ameri l'** ;7',* _"'j;-\ : ..." .,. _-j.."- _-f ff ,.to 11:30.In. the ol1lnp;'"',- _
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to enlistipg: ,During five and a' volume'-of_ water'Only Niagara ..Florida's 62,400 farms occupy -
_hal,yews. of service; he served j exceeds'it The. river drops",,,g3$ 1 x:"4--0. .., }'ito .{ ';1-- .;f> I 20,7DOQOOacres" or 59 per cent of

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haul an automobile {; : r rasp off pieces of:*, eats oysters. With its tiny rad- times. The FrericJ have eaten

: t:t j" Pace Clocked J I Land snails are generally; They have devastated bulldings.1 ula or rasplike tongue, the snail more and more snails; since-

harmless creatures but a few Hawaii and the Orient. In some bores a hole'in the oyster's shell World War IL In one recent:year

:, F: :At 23. Inches an Hour I I sea, snails, are poisonous, the National areas they swarm in fantastic and then' sucks out the nutri- Gallic gourmets consumed1600-' \

:" "' A snail can'race at a. speed Geographic Society has, numbers over everything. Pedestrians ents. 000,000 gastropods '

.3,: of three inches a .minute, and I'pointed out. The bite of a pretty and cars squash them While snails cause man considerable Snails themselves love to eat. .

t .. -at least one souped-up gastropod Australian snail native to the under foot. Trees hang thick trouble, they also pro They file off vegetation with,

shot eight inches In a breathtaking Queensland coast may cause I with them. They heap up in I vide pleasure_ for the epicure. their thousands of tiny teeth. A !

two minutes. painful illness or even death. places, and drop like overripe Shells strewn in paleolithic hungry snail can quickly reducea

. :, ,:.. fruit from bushes. camp sites show men have relIshed lettuce leaf to.a few shreds. t

;#..;..'. '.Few snails can keep up this The abalone, a snail with a I' I snails from prehistoric
<'" heady pace for long, however. shell that behaves like 'a clamshell Like the Japanese beetle, the \1

On'a: treadmill _at the University may kill a man in another Giant African Snail is not a serious THE OUTBOARDER O. F. ALFORD

'..'L of, Maryland :'a; snail maintained way. The abalone can I scourge in its homeland. : Registered 1t
down man's There it has of natural Authorized Evinrude Dealer
- an average speed of only slam its shell on a plenty \
23 inches an hour. fingers and hold him prisonerto J enemies-including snail eating BOATS ACCESSORIES REPAIRS Real Estate Broker t

drown in the returning tide 1 men-to keep down its numbers. Dockage StorageVree Ramp
But .that,;is not bad,. considering WE FINANCE BunnelL Florida
,, P':' .the snail is not merely traveling unless rescued. t Hence biologists have sought an- 825 'Rd WWWw
Ballough Daytona
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other animal to prey on
but making the J highway
:. The infamous Giant African w -v v" v r r r
.* it ,travels The snail spreads snail. One promising predator is FREE PAINT
on. Achatina fulica) is harm-
Snail ( likesto
a cannibalistic snail that Frank & Glad'sSHOE #
surface it
mucus on the plans
less to man, but wreaks untold crawl into Achatina's shell One extra gallon? of your choice
of slime
to'cross. This highway destruction. A native of the east with each grallor buy
you
and eat it REPAIRV.
protects,the 'snail..so well it can gradually up
this six-to-nine-
coast of Africa, \ MOODY BLVD.
Snail
Dines
Oysters Paint Store
move along the edge of a razor. inch monster has spread across Another pestiferous on -snail is Mary Carter 1 Block West of Railroad

blade.. the world during the past cen- Also Weatsate StoppingOuter General Shoe Repair
I the oyster drill, a sea snail that l
Pulls Heavy Weight tury. It has repeatedly invadedthe

.... To compensate for its lack of United States but so far has

-. fleetness, a snail has fabulous been successfully repulsed. Con- I

-. strength. It can pull a toy wag gress passed a law against im AREA BUSINESS DIRECTORY -I

"... on loaded with 200 times its own portation of the marauder in

weight. To equal this task, a 1953.

10 pound baby would have to Each with 80,000 sharp teeth, Auto SERVICE CLEANERS FURNITURE

African snails chew up flowers
:: and vegetation and may even McDANIEL'S BUNNELL CLEANERS Ormond Bedding and

CLASSIFIED EVERY CLEANING Furniture Co.ServIce .
IX TilE CIRCUIT COURT, FLAG- Station Substantial
Discounts on All
I.EII COUNTY, FLORIDA. AO. .SERVICE
.BEDS- ASFUR.1YITURESTANDARD
ADS HASTINGS 4107 AGRICULTURAL! OIL PRODUCTS, Qpen. Dally S to 6 $10 Tradein Covers Down Payment
CREDIT CORPORATION. ,.a Phone ID 7-31$8 R. S. ROBENBERRY Owner
Tires-Batteries-Minor Repairs
corporation, Plaintiff 115 N. Bay St. Bunnell 60 Granada. Ormond Beh. OR 7-6411
Lilting under this heading are .
3 cent per word each Insertion, -vs- Bunnell ID 7-7119 ---
75 vents Im minimum charge. ESTATE OF A. NILSON. de-, CONCRETE PRODUCTS GARDEN SHOP
deased; CHARLES E..CREAI ,
Beach house as Executor of the last Will Biddle Gulf Service
Grayfs ,Garden
, FOR SALE-Flagler CenterGASOILLUBRICATION
and Testament of Arvid Nil son. Your "Q" For Concrete
:, -. party furnished.< Two bedrooms, deceased; SHRINERS HOSPITALFOR Headquarters, for Gardening Weed

;.- CCB, large lot, located on Pal- a corporation CRIPPLED;.CORNELIUS CHILDREN GULF TIRES & BATTERIES Dial CL 3-8113 Ceramics Gifts.Materials Dry Arrangement

.;, metto Ave. in Venice Park. Price BERTIL PERKINS NILSSON: JONS NILSSON and TORS- Open 7 A.M.-: 10 P.M.-T Days I DAYTONA BEACH Annuals Shrubbery Fertilizers
$8,500.00. Call Ed Mathews, TEN NILSSON.
R. Defendants. I State&Lambert US 1-ID 77190Colonial TORO LAWN MOWERS
Gainesville FR 69064. NOTICE TO. APPEAR ,Quillian's Concrete, Inc. 147 Tomoka Avenue-Ph. OR 7-0511
Dec. 1-Tf. THE STATE OF FLORIDA: TO: ORMOND
1 Service Station
JONS NILSSON BERTIL NILS-
" SON and TORSTEN' NILLSON
FOR SALE-Lot 57 by 108 feet whose respective address and placeof EARL E. RICE Proprietor DRUG STORES. HARDWAREGASOILLUBRICATION !
s residence is Vetlandavagan 11, #
with well pump, CB pump house Eksjo Sweden. THAT ,
'... FAMOUS PAINT
:' about 12 x 14 feet ConnecticutAve. YOU ARE HEREBY. SEVERALLY. MOTOR TUNE-UP Anderson Drug Store
REQUIRED to file your respective -
, ., Flagler Beach-l,000, cash. answer to the complaint. GOODYEAR TIRES & BATTERIES ,._ Prescriptions Exclusively at

:. C '''L. Jones, Phone ID 73398., as served amended,upon you which. with Is the herewith Clerkof U.S. HIWAY 1 BUNNELLSullivan's -' Sick Room Supplies FLAGLER BEACHHARDWARE

' Dec. 1-Itp this Court and to serve a copy Sundries DcR..V11J.'
thereof upon plaintiffs attorneys. Gulf ServiceGULF -
Messrs. Dowda and Millican. whose
;, FOR SALE Charming new 2 address ia 413 Lemon Street, Pa- BUNNELL
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; bedroom home'in; 'Flagler Beach. : latka. Florida notilaler, than Janu-' c Flagler .Beach, ..HE.92I03GABOILsLiJJnRlCA .
'
ary 9. 1961. $ TION
Tile root/tefiazzo floors stylish The nature of the suit Is to foreclose TIRES-TUBES-ACCESSORIES Moody's Pharmacy Village Hardwar_ Center
a real estate mortgage given
I". kitchen-dining room. Sodded by A. Nilson. now deceased to Beach Information HOUSE PAINTS
"Specializing' In Service and Flagler County's Corner Drug: Store
waterfront lot; direct access to plaintiff, Hastings Agricultural Rest Rooms"
Clean Match and mix
Credit Corporation, a corporation PRESCRIPTIONS any color
Inland Waterway. Take 2nd St. dated the 1st day of October A. D. In The Heart of Flagler Beach Builder's Supplies Kitchenwore
" -: 1958. and recorded in Mortgage DRUGS-SUNDRIES
to end, turn rt. $12,800. Contact
F" Book 33. page 193. upon the following AUTO REPAIRS GIFTS GREETING CARDS
> local broker or P O. Box 457, lands In' Flagler County, FOUNTAIN' SERVICE. AlA Ormond Beach
Florida, to-wit: CL 2.0420
: Flagler Beach, Fla. Dec. 1-tf SEVi of SWU. Section 9. Town- EDGAR'S GARAGE BunnelL Flo. Phone ID 7-3661

rf- FOR SALE- CBS bedroom home ship taining 12 South.40 acres.Range E%29 East of N'V14.con- I 24-Hour Towing Service JEWELER

.. Sectio i 10, Township 12 South. REPAIRS ORMOND PRESCRIPTION
5 V with Florida. room, dining room, Range 29 East containing: 80 acres. COMPLETE AUTO O. F. BEACH
All of above described Transmission Service PHARMACY
lands con- Automatic
kitchen and large utility room, taining 120 acres more or less. Wheel B End Jeweler
L located on 100x110 foot "lot: Records(References, are to the Public I Alignment Sick Room Supplies Sundries Elgin Watches-Diamonds
of Flagler County. Flor- Ormond-OR 7-O893
:'lo Granada
:-- Phone after 4 ,P.M. ID 73486. ida.) 24-Hour Prescription Service Exceptional GUts
Nov. 24-tf IF YOU FAIL TO DO SO. decree Free Delivery in Flagler Beach
pro confesso will be entered AUTOMATIC TRANSMISSION Watch Repairs-Engraving
l Rt. AlA 1 ml. North of
against you for the relief demanded -
i: FOR RENT Unfurnished- large in the complaint, as amended. ORMOND BEACH-Tel. OR 7-1661 '1 6 W. Granada' Ormond Beach
DATED this November 29. A. D. HOLLY HILLHYDROMATIC OR 7-2384.
2-bedroom garage apartment 1960.
( SERVICE Thompson Pharmacy
t Call HE 9.2318, or see Zeke (Official RALPH Seal E. HARBERTAs Your Health Is Wealth PAINTING CONTRACTOR 1
1 l, 'Chaffee. 11-17-tf Clerk of said Circuit Court Repairing Rebuilding .
t Dec. 181524tc Central Florida's first specialists In Put YourPRESCRIPTIONS R
I FOR RENT:furnished 2 bedroom I AUTOMATIC TRANSMISSIONS Hill' J ,MoodyPAINTING ..
1239 Ridgewood Holly
one bath house, Daytona Ave., TV SERVICEALL OR 7-1381 In Our Hands
rS Beach. Ormond Drugs A Prescription Shop .
Flagler Completely rent -
141 W. Granada-ormond 7-1421 ,
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BAR AND PACKAGE STORE
;: ovated. $65.00 per month. Keys MAKES Phone ID 7-3240 iBAMBOO

f ,can be picked up at Sullivan's, Agent For GILL DRUG COMPANY BUNNELL, FLORIDA' i

: Gulf Station. Nov 10-tf ,Walgren Agency 1\\

:', ;FOR SALES bedroom furnished RCA ft PHILCO BAR & COCKTAIL.PREsCRIPTIONS RADIO-TELEVISION .

house, GI Mortgage. Also 2-
t. room cottage, both excellent lo' TUBES & ANTENNAS SOLD Sick Room Supplies Sundries PAUL'S'RADIO & TV
Opea Under New Management: Atenna Sales & Installations
: cation. Phone ID 7-3706'evenings AND INSTALLED 19 W. Granada Ave. Ormottfl Beach j

.Oct 13 -tf TUBES TESTED FREE Come In and Get Acquainted OR 7-52CO Authorized Sales RCA Victor

Ocean. : Blvd AlA Flagler Beach FLORISTS We repair all ether TV*Radio seta r
:FOR SALE-1953 Chevrolet 'Station 1370 Ocean Blvd AlA .

r'. Wagon,' engine just over TV BobFLAGLER FLAGLER BEACH Blacks Flower Shop Ormond Beach OR 7.2852

j hauled, good condition. Phone
V HOTEL: BAR 2 blocks west of Railroad on
ID 73659. Sept ,29tiV NURSERY
"The Meeting Place Moody, turn right on Forsythe .;
,FOB RENT on, the ocean 1 and PHONE HE 9-2>>1I C Wagon Wheel NurseryShade
of Flagler ounFlowers jfor' All Ocassleas 1
1. 2 bedroom apartments completely Trees Potted Plants- .

furnished: utilities included. MJia oad Yvonne Servteg"" Bunnell Phone ID 7-3348 Shrubs

<< Sensible'rate day' week month 1.000 plant free; one with every
m!IiP 1a ltr TrlhnntrBUNNELL dollar you gp n .. or permanent. Sun Sea Motel, I BOTTLE GASHARRIS FUEL OIL toes at-reduced -price, Best In
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V formerly, Flagler. Manor).-:: .. FLORIDA BOTTLE GAS C48 S. II''. '1 IIwy, Orm.nd Peach
915.tft KING'S"TRUCK STOP II

t .. SEPTIC TAME--cleaning_,reasonable : ?MRS. M.. B. FULLER, Editor FLAGLER BOTTLE' COUNTY'S or BULK'OKLY', I PHILLIPS.66 GAS & OILS. TRAVEL AGENCY j

... rates., .George Jarosz.Phone ; HOME OWNED' GAS COMPANY .Delivery in the County on ORMOND BEACH i,
-.Y. -
Dealgaited -eael Pam Fuel Oil, Kerosene, Tractor Fue
:- ID.-;7-3410 8.16-12-s-tp PHONE ID 73551By TRAVEL AGENCY, Inc. 1,
(.r ... H4f _.flee. .fOutr PIa&I! HlpF; .CouatL Gftnr Gasoline Air Bus &:: Steamship Ticloets

WufeiptHtfe tkcreiaa tt at Home. II.S. 1 K. BtmnHl _. ID 7-3698 Tours and Cruises-world Wide !
Sfeoppisg Domestic Airline Tickets Always I
JOHNSTON'SFLAGLEB sate I
4 the f Vl.rtdaS'atered ,. Available at no Extra Charge :

'{ SEA seeswd d+is. matte OR 7-5252 '
t'LOTSHOMES.; OCEAN FRONT as "

s WATSl. 'F30NT, FARMS, February fagl3..t< ,the p.at.sies WICKLINE' TUecraft Company PUBLISHERS & PBINTEBS l1

,". .:ACREAGE .t.B JwH.F..*.-**'. -.. :aet'. ..', Building Supplies .v "LETT US FLOOR yOU' r
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-: See aiie' -fer****estete seeds MarcJi'a. .Ml* Armstrong &_ Kentlle The Flagler Tribune t

Otftee Phone HE:92342FfeeBes CEMENT CEMENT' BLOCKS Sold and Incited Publishers Printers .. ,'t

i r' ,' ce4denee<; ID 7-3981 One 7eUIa use. \ All Work 'Guaranteed Phone ID 7-3282 f;

I.I.L4* V -' II.Iff. HE 9-2254 Orawmd Beach OR '7-3111 ',Bunnell Florida' I
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p. Thursray, Dec 1:;;;; 60.. ,THE FLAGLER TRIBUNE; BUNNELL, FLORIDA :;: PAGE THREE .,. .:

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'" !., I 150,000 or $168 per capita. Reflecting ,- greater rate: 35 per cent during only the sampled cities,tpercent. '

.,. '. .' Your home won't Government in part of the price for the three years. At the end of age gains and.per capita figuresare '

)" ., growth,- these cities spent over the past fiscal year total debt indicative of city finances..

;,;" a sniffle fictsry Cities of State $51 .million for the expansion of outstanding of these cities stoodat throughout the state." V

t5.'I. electric water and sewer sys- $499439,000, or $335 per capita. -

1-" this winter. Show IncreaseRevenues tems. Other principal expendI- Bond issues approved In re- During the past 10. years cash I
tures of these cities included cent months are not included in Income received by Florida

$43 million for operation of I this debt total."Although farmers increased almost 500 per .

;E and expenditures of utilities; $22 million for streets;, these figures cover cent. _
city governments in Florida increased $19 million for police protection; I

1.- by 33 per cent duringthe $18 million for parks and recreation
I' -
three years comparedwith million for* '
past ; $17 hospitalsand
a national average of ap, health; $17 million for 'op INSVIE-Stay hsired & Rest Assured

rtri -<, proximately 25 per cent the eration of sewer systems and

, Florida State Chamber of Commerce _other sanitary programs; $13 .
?'"> GET THE BET PROTECTION FROM
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states.
:: million for fire protection and

.. ,., $10 million for interest on debt. -J'I "
A survey of 15 representative -
H T. COOK AGENCYCitizens
cities throughout the state, "Since expenditures of these -
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:... ranging in population size from cities exceeded receipts, borrowings : ; "
; about 30,000 and.. including the necessarily gained at a I Bank BIdg. Bunncll', Florida!!

:l larger metropolitan areas, show-
if install
you
ed total revenues amounting to Ii .- .

.r..". This$223,487,000 total figures during out last to $150 year.for TOP VALUE STAMPS & LOW PRICES t '

each of the 1,491,000 persons liv-

\l ing within the .city limits of the GO TOGETHER AT SHELTONS FOR THE
: 15 cities. District and county -:


it ;<: GAS HEAT- now! revenues'Taxes, are licenses not included.etc., accountedfor Biggest Value Around For Your. Food Dollar .


l':' Avoid the cold weather in- $135,563,000 of the total; ,

'. V stallation rush; let us equip I electric and water utility re MEATS I

t '. ceipts for $82,490,000and em- I TABLE-RITE ,
yoW"-home with a "Pyrofax"gasoperated ployee retirement programs for Maxwell House ''

;: automatic heating I Lykes Creek or
$5,434,000."Expenditures__

- unit now to enjoy health of these cities COFFEE ( ics 'b33 J
smoked
; warmth
. ful even.. throughout during the year _totaled $250Dntt ,- ,
'.r winter
house all
yom long.
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;-': Estimates cheerfully given 1 lb. 49 Fresh Dressed 3 to 4 tb Avg:1:


without charge. can HENS 3 to 4 I Ib Avg Ib I 29 3

'.. Phone today. this week's Limit one with $5.00- food order

F' 'Gas Engineering Co. \ Wilson's Crisprite or Savory .3

patterns...
.. BREAKFAST BACON 1 Ib 49*
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'f 603 N. Beach St. IY AVORtiY LAME .

,.. Daytona Beach, Florida Betty rockers New -. ''\ World's. BestHAMBARGE .", '.. .}

l::. 39% Cordova St. Toasted Coconut ., 3, : lbs I 1.29 ]-

t St. Augustine, Florida Western Grade "A" Beef "
? -pkg. .. ,
CAKE MIX .
> It 39
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STEW 29c
FLAG -
ft'- IY THE CIRCUIT COURT. ,
f' J.ER COUNTY.. FLORIDA CIIAN- !III
: 4 CERY XO 4125 1543 ALL MEAT STEW Ih 69c ;
'., ROBERT J, REDDICK.
; _' Plaintiff 12.12 The Premium Shortening
v x
7" :. JR., and
G DANA SCRUGGS
31k.Cllf <
FRANCES ELL N{ ;CRUGGs.. _. .
, both single T>-er ons; SNOWDRIFT : 9
Defendants. ,
MORTGAGE
'r'. NOTICE
FORECLOSURE' SALE BY CLERIC Limit with $5.00 food order ..: "' >a...
,:, Notice is hereby given pursuantto one ,.'. ..
a Final Decree of Foreclosure > ,
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date the 22nd day of November. Osage 2l/2 can ', '/ Swifts Brookfield 1 lb'r'qtr_ ..:. : .i
and entered In Chancery >- -
A.D. 1960. t : .
Case No. 4125. of the Circuit Court PEACHES 25C BUTTER' ::
of the Seventh Judicial Circuit, inV 69C
I and for Flagler County. Florida i ,
'. wherein ROBERT J. REDDICK is 1
,'. the Plaintiff and G. DANA Shurfresh '
SCRUGGS. JR. and FRANCES ELLEN FROZEN FOODS I
,:4 SCRUGGS both single persons 1.) ; BISCUlTS3: for' '
are Defendants. will sell to the y CANNED. : : : 25
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1.. highest and best bidder for cash 6' : s, Shurfresh 6 oz. can -
t.": County at the front Courthouse door of in the Bunnell.Flagler for Bush 300 c n' ;V :, .' ,
. JUICE
ORANGE : .
Flagler County, Florida, betweenthe 6 99COreIda .:
hours of 11:00 o'clock A.M. for
I KIDNEY BEANS i:
;';.. and day t 2:00>f December o'clock P.1960.M. on the the follow-14th 2 lb. bag ;; 3 33C

" ing described property as set forth FRENCH FRIES 53c -
r in said Final Decree, said property wF Heinz 14 oz. _bottle ..
lying and being in Flagler County. Sara Lee 8, oz. .
Florida, to-wit: i T -:
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4 zoe; COFFEE CAKE '49cCATSUP ea.
ft.- Lot 1. Block 38. Moody's Sub- 27C
division of Flagler Beach per a .
plat of said Subdivision on file In \
r the office of the? Clerk of the Circuit Whiteside Farms 303 ',".
f. Court for Flagler County 25 FREE can : ,
!' Florida in Plat Book I, at page 24.
':.. Dated this 25th, day November... TOP VALUE. STAMPS V MUSTARD TURNIPS COLARDS ea. lOc
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A. D. 19S0.l0t1clal tice '

., Seal H E. HARBERT with the purchase "
Clerk Circuit Court of'1"Crisp Tender Produce I -
" Flagler County. Florida Jolly Time I
December 1-1 te
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". ; NOTICE is HEREBY GIVEN '-
t that the Board of County Commissioners POP CORN u. s. "No.1". !
sealed bids
t. will receive on I
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;-" the 5th day of December A. D. r 20 oz. OAc POTATOF8't V -. ., Ibs '
1960. at the hour of 9:00 o'clock + ,: 10 39c I
. A. ).{. in the office of the Clerk of can 0 f I
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y the Circuit Court in the Flagler Pattern No. 1543Stw an.w
: County ,CourtHouse for the paint- hous.cootor yours.tf,'or plan on' an Fla. Paacbl '
- ing of the jail as follows: .I.gant gift of the Ao/fdajrsf This simple This coupon void Dec. 3, 1960 I

C i' ceiling All of and the.cell second bars.floor, wall, but smart rob. eon: b i mad. In 'ctvcra/ _ \- CELERY><< '2 stalks 19c ,

,
' Lower half of walla in offlce. first different weft.
:t floor: one bathroom on first floor No. 1543. witb'.PHOTO-GUIDE' It In
,:''. waifs only. sizes '12, 14. rd, 1*;:20, 40, 42.- lust York Cooking
V
' All above to have one coat good 25 FREE]
i grade of paint. 32 to 44. Sin \.I. 34> t, % sleeve, .. Ibs '
If Two front doors! both outside long tkirf T yur<*.'? 01 39incbsnort.. ,APPLES .c. 2 35'SO '
; and inside; one coatrThsIde and two '/..", 6% yards.Ngdework TOP VALUE STAMPS :

L-r V outside-Successful .bidder_ tq furnish> .all Pcttwn' .No. 35. JTrtot with the purchase of _..
.. labor and materials youngster to this cuddly pill Urtf lamb
, The Board reserves the right. to. Is-fun to;make, and you'll! find him an Chef-Boy-Ar-Dee F R E E
reject DATED any at and Bunnell.all bids.Florida. thfs Ideal,Cfcrlstmas (liftl.Na..395-N has fis- Spaghetti & Meat Ball
!
22nd day of November. A. D.- 1960. suet sewing and finishing directions. TOP VALUE STAMPS
\ .. GEO. E..WICKLINE. Chairman .Send 35c for .ocb dress pattern, 25c ,DINNER : r !
with $5.00 food 1 ,
(Official .S.al) for each needteworlr pattern odd hoc for order or more and this coupon .
ATTEST'RALPH'*.,. each pattern for' firsf'cfost nattng to ,, Limit one to a fCDD11y'
E: HARBERT. Clerk }
.. .Board .of Count,Commissioners AUDREY lANE IIJ1E U; Oept. -NWN5," 69This '", .
each
Flagler County. Florida 367 West AdoaNt Street, Chicago 6, HL AME /
Nov. 24 and ,Dec.;l-2tc '
-'- This void Dec. 3 1960 DDR S.
... coupon .
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:CRAIG FUNERAL; HOME !:
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< F'r'ITrrT; QUANITY RIGHTS f :
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< .. .:!(. H. CRAIG. Funeral.,DivecUr" RESERVED- ; ,

>. ,, ,, ', z, ...=--IOHH HARDIN. AsisodataAIit .' .. > >PRICES GOOD '
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OXYGEN p -

i. CONDrONED I LADYEQUIPPED I' Dew 1-2-3, 1960

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CHAPEL ATTENDANT AMBULANCES STORE HOURS r
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:: : ,' ffJEaEer&ac4 I CHURCH The ladies ANNOUNCEMENTS of the Community i TT
> z 'FLAGLERI"5>
; Memorial Church Guild will t 'j f' -

., .0r serve a pot-luck supper Thursj j
:.:: : .LUNA BABBITT. 'I -.. day, December 1, at 6 P. ., !
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: -' the new fellowship hall and the j .
Telephone. HEmlock. 9.2098 ,
.- '- public is Invited. Rev. R. W.
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.'.1.. t j 'FOOD STORE
Dickert will lead a short devo- !
c FLAGLER BEACHMETHODIST BAPTIST CHURCH;NOTES .
FIRST
,'". J tional meeting just after the!t
CHURCH
The Women's Missionary So- supper and conclude the eve- .
' :, :' Rev. Reynold N. Hoover, minister .J ciety started a Lottie Moon Week ning with a monthly congrea- MOODY BLVD. & CENTRAL AVE. -
;_9:30 A.M. Sunday school'of Prayer Monday with_a meetIng tional business meeting. '
".- 10:30.A.M.: morning worship. at the home of Mrs. Henry For the morning worship service :- FLAGLER BEACH FLORIDAProces
On December the morning I Shill. next Sunday morning, Rev
:- worship service! will be followed The meeting this week will Dickert will continue his seriesof Good-Thur .-Fri.-Sat. Dec.. 1-23, 1960

by a Fellowship Dinner at 12:30 also include their preparation messages on 'The Seven. 6 oz. Maxwell House'
and official board... Please, bring for a bazaar Saturday, December Judgments," at 11 A.M.
.. a dish to 'pass-rolls and coffee 3 in the building next door to .
will be furnished. On the evening the post offi v They are making I ;JIrs.fag_ Curley has returned: t
of December .4 the choir Christmas gifts to be sold arid to her home here after receiving FFEE"- 69 .
will present a Service of Praise plan to, also serve food and sell treatment at Glendale Hospital i
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to which the public in invited. b.aked'goods for the Lottie Moon; in Palatka and the Uni-
". Theodore Weber is choir director offering. The Wednesday meeting .Jversity""" Hospital in Gainesville I
and Mrs. Ray Lehr is organist will be at the_ chur.ch in<. he the past three months. -She Lim\t one with $5.00 or more food order", ..' .

evening;: and the Friday all-day broke her knee and--also bruised] Food King / .-' 3,
The Woman's Society of Chris. service will be held at.the. her: leg in a fall. .
'
.. : tian. .Service will meet at 11 church.- GRATED TUNA 2 for 35C '
A.!\{. Thursday, December 8, at Plans for the Baptist Church Visitors with Mr. and 'Mrs. A, .
the home of Mrs. Bernie "Wilson Christmas Program: began to Brantley during theveekend SOUP & CRACKERS". *
for buffet' luncheon and special shape up Saturday evening I were their son in law and Campbell's
Christmas program.. .Mrs.1 when Rev. M. Brock, and .Choir daughter, Rev. and Mrs. Alfred I TOMATO SOUP lOc
Leonard Johnson will be Director Ju'dson Stryker met Inglemann of Jacksonville, His can
I ant hostess. Several of the district .. with Program Chairman Mrs.C. pastor of the Hyde Park Baptist Shurfresh '
officers will be special. Weaver They set the date for Church there. They were SALTINES : 1ge
guests on this occasion. Wednesday, December 21, and I|accompanied here by their chil. __ lb.
Attending the district meetingof they will have a pageant en." dren Barbara Jean, Charles .
Monogram
the Methodist Conference in titled "The: Heart of Christmas"and Sara, Johnny and David. Sara
: Gainesville Tuesday were Rev. also .Christmas.. music' by remained. to spend several days LONG GRAIN RICE 3 Zge
bag
_._ and Mrs. R. N. Hoover, Mr. and all four choirs. :,land. Mr. and Mrs. Brantley drove
Mrs. William Butue,- .Mr. and to Jacksonville Monday to accompany 21/2 can SILVER FLOSS >
Mrs. Harry Treadwell, Lyman Mr. and Mrs. Grover West and her home.
". Gage, Mesdames Ray Lehr, Fred family from Palatka spent Sunday KRAUT 4 for $100
Marks, and George Bondy., here with her parents, Mr. Visitors with Mr. and Mrs. .
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. and. Mrs. L. E.., Woods. WE.. Fennell, Jr., during the 303 Can Sunlite -!
T Mrs: ,. Amelia Gilbert went to Thanksgiving holiday were her .
... ;\ ., North Orlando to spend the holir Miss Marsha M Nab of Miami mother, Mrs. Anne Deen, and TOMATOES 10
,.- &'. ..__-> C' day with her son,'"Carl.- Johns,' visited witti.her/parentSy: Mr.and I sister, Miss Marllyn, .Deen, from -- ...
:\ -*>' : alid ls.paying.over*f or 'a visit Mrs .R.' L. 1dcNab, d .i1 1g, the Hinesville Ga. -
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t. TUCKER FAMILY HOLDS BERNHARD ALEXANDER UNDERGOES SURGERY
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ANNUAL FAMILY REUNION MERCER Neal Phillips, son of Mrs Jack ,

.. Members of the Tucker Family Mr. and Mrs. La uar Mercer of Hall, underwent an .v 3 IbaFancy. 130,
: enjoyed their annual reunionon Orlando announce the arrival of omy at the Flagler appendect"l I "+
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Thanksgiving Day., They met a' son, born November 25,. at Hospital Tuesday of last week. -; '."-

: at the Raymon Tucker Hunting the Flagler Clinic and HospitalHe T APPLES'f:: > 4bag.43c

Camp in Haw Creek-where they weighed seven ROunds and ,Mrs. Dorothy R. Davely, accompanied .
enjoyed a picnic dinner. 10 ounces and has!been given by .her daughter and U. S. No. 1POTATOES

.. Attending were Mrs. A. F. the name of Bernhard'Alexander her :mother, of Tampa, visited : '
Tucker's sons and their families, He is the grandson of Mr. and here and at Flagler Beach on :; ;, 10 H.,390
including: Mrs. Frank Mercer of Bunnell. Thanksgiving Day. Mrs. Davely .
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,.,, Mr.' and Mrs. Cecil Tucker. of and her late husband resided
',' Fort Christmas; Mr, and Mrs. Mr. and Mrs. John,Jarosz were here about 20 years ago and I Blue Plate 20 oz. Jar
::' Gilbert Tucker and family 'of,in Miami during the Thanksgiving managed the' Pecky Cypress
'.-:- Cocoa; Mr. and Mrs. Marvin holidays,, visiting with lunch room. I Apple_& Grape or Peach & Pineapple .

R:: Tucker and,,family of Oak Hill; t their son and daughter in law, JELLY PRESERVES 3 $ 00Super

ti Mr, ana Mrs .Raymon Tucker I Mr. and Mrs.: .-Eddie. .._ Jarosz '. Mr. and Mrs. Louis Trad were for,
t and family,Haw Creek Mr. and I in Jacksonville ThanksgivingDay .-. --,.. "'" ,
::" Mrs. K. L. Tucker and family, Mrs. Robert Cook left yester for a visit with their son 'Wm'lm'1-- '-\JU.!.1:1.M4:1..V: : M W' I1li1..W'M'WMU.1l.llJ.IY; 1..VI 'm a:

4, Haw Creek; Mr., and Mrs. Leslie day for Charleston,'. S' C., for,in law and daughter, Mr. and Save

.:,i-.: Tucker and family, Haw Creek r several days. Mr. Cook's brotherin Mrs. Jack Milholland., I Stamps! .
;F: Mr. and Mrs, Alfred Tucker and law, William Naughton, of I ..,- .50 with your" purchase $5.00 or
' family of Bimini; and Mrs. A.F. DeLand, will ,undergo the open and Mrs. H. T. -Cook had I.I.ltri more food order at !t.,
r .. t Tucker St. Johns Park. I heart operation at the Medical. as their ,dinner guests Thanks FREE BRANNAM'S FOOD MARKET
College Hospital there and Mrs giving.day Mr. Cook's'
t.. Mrs. Dorothy Daugherty leaves 'Cook is going''up to. be with Mrs. Mr. and Mrs. George parents'l Name '
next week to. spend a week in Naughton. DeLand, and Mrs. Coops par Stamps ". .
'il:, Seymore, Ind., with relatives...I Address
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