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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 8, 1960
Publication Date: -1981
Frequency: weekly
regular
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Subjects / Keywords: Newspapers -- Bunnell (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Flagler County (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
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newspaper   ( sobekcm )
Spatial Coverage: United States -- Florida -- Flagler -- Bunnell
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).
Funding: Funded by NEH in support of the National Digital Newspaper Project (NDNP), NEH Award Number: PJ-50006-05
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Preceded by: St. Johns tribune
Succeeded by: Palm Coast news
Succeeded by: Flagler/Palm Coast news-tribune

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VOLUME 48, NO.. 48 'BUNNELL, FLORIDA, THURSDAY, DEC. 8, 1960 $2.50 A YEAR i



Junior College CIGARETTE FOR OCTOBER TAXES GIVEN Bulldogs ;.Top JOINS MOSE ATKINSON AIRFORCEMose Gala ProgramBy


Dedication Is Cigarette tax collections for D&BS4hoolFor Atkinson has, enlisted in Businessmen '

the month of October amounted the United States Airforce and

Set For TodayDr. to 263292551. Of this amount First :WinThe is stationed at Lackland Air-
Dec. 17The
$806,785.26 will go to the state force base at San Antonio Texas. Saturday
,
general fund, and the remaining Bunnell 'Bulldogs took the Mose is the son of W. H. At-
Roy F. Bergengren, Jr.,
will be. distributed -
of the Daytona Beach $1,826,140.25 D & B in stride with ease. Coach kinson of Bunnell, and was a Christmas program and

Junior president College has issued a to qualified municipalitieshere McGriff gave his' boys a chanceto student at Bunnell High School. drawing for free prizes given- by
as follows: the Bunnell Businessmen's Association
work together under little
a
formal invitation to the entire
Bunnell $1,307.58 All the boys looked will be held on a
Flagler-Volusla area to attend Beach $67.25. pressure. Flagler County
Beverly town street at 2:45 Saturday
dedication ,- good and it looks like we are
the College's programat
Flagler Beach $568.67.
I afternoon, December 17. The
have fast action
going to some
this afternoon
(Thursday 2- o'clock). Marineland $78.22. ball playing by the Bulldogs. Joins Red Cross public is invited to attend.,

Ronnie Canakaris and Reid The program will consist of a
The program will begin at 2 Clerk Robertson were: high scorers for Blood concert by the "Biggest Little
P.1st in front of the new administration City Drady the night. ProgramOrganization Band in Dixie!" During the pro-

building. Governor Runnell gram Santa Claus will arrive
LeRoy Collins will deliver the Resigns PositionCity BulldogsG of ttye Flagler
F T distributing gifts and candy ,to
dedicatory address. It is expected County Division of the Volusla-
RF Craig'RF 1 0 2 the children.
that leaders, including Flagler Regional Blood Programwas
many Clerk L. H. Drady resigned -I Holland :. 2 0 4 Following this a drawing for
legislators, city and county commissioners Monday night at the LF Kuleski <:< 0, 0 0 completed at a meeting prizes for adults will be held.A .
membersof held last week at the courthouse.
,
mayors City Commission meeting. His LF Burnsed 408 drawing for free prizes for
the boards of public The organizational meetings
county resignation will become effect- C McMillan 4 1 9 children will also be held. The
instruction, and members ,of the were held with F. C. Jones whois
ive December 31. His reason for RG Canakaris 4 3 11 prizes are being donated by the
Com the director of the blood bank
Junior
College Advisory resigning were "personal" he RG Morris ., 0 0 0LG Bunnell business houses.
mittee will assist in the dedi in Daytona Beach.
,
'
told the commission. Robertson, 5 1 11 Following are committee mem-
cation. The commission set 'Monday LG Moody ., 000 The Blood Program here will bers who are making plans for

cation. The three buildings evening, December 12, at .7:30. .' be in connection with the American this gala occasion. .

which are now ,completed have as the time to accept applica' 20545 Red Cross Blood Program.All Master of ceremonies: M. B.

enabled the college to function tion for the position. Florida D &'f Dragons residents of the county will Fuller; general committee on

entirely on its permanent campus General duties of the clerk are ', G F T be able to secure blood free from arrangements: A. M. McDaniel;

since September., double entry bookkeeping, receiving Renfroe 4' 1 2 4 any hospital in the United chairman, and D. D. Moody.

After the ceremony, those at- all cash and making Kahlen .1 0 0 0 States or Canada, General Chairman Preparation of gifts for chil-

tending are Invited to tour the : disbursements, preparing ,budgets Dickson ,t \; 2 1 5" D. D. Moody said today. dren-Mrs. Margaret C leg g,

buildings and grounds. Students, and tax rolls, making water Phillips t 0 0 0' The only cost will be a fee for chairman; Mrs. George Moody,

will be stationed at strategic bills and water: collections each DeMotte 2 1 5 processing which will be from Jr., Mrs. Robert Cook, Mrs. Dave

points to explain;the'various fa. month, according 'an adver- Hogaland '1 # 0 0 0 $10 ,to $14. Perryman, and Mrs. O. C. Shel-

dUties. "We have much yet to tisement in. The Tribune this Melfresh ,. ,h'.0 0 0 Mr. Moody said the first tak ton. ,

accomplish in 'the developmentof week. Carter ., ..'," -2 4 8 ing of blood will be Wednesday Preparing Christmas tree,

of the'campus..but we hope youwill I Levi Brannam 'was ,named as : afternoon, December 14, from 2 platform and secure chairs for

,., .be pleasaatly surprised byJprogess 'chairman of the 'committee for, i 7822' to ,,530. The mobile unit wilcome band-JaCk Clegg; chairman;

;:.-' ''''"*<'0\. the':( ,ifeade,1ft:\ ,the-. past 'he: :meet_ g W3be League 'of Btinneli' ...1JsI. '-11.= 13 ,..-45 up from Daytona Beach_ Stuart -Batman,>.Odell JIeisey,
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few months Dr.* Bergengrensaid. Small Municipalities vyhleh Is to Dragons -1984 22 I the first and TIM'.' Wednesdaysof Jennie Black,'* ,and Mildred
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beheld in Bunnell in, February. BASKETBALL NOTESA each month.. The hours will Kahlert.

Harry Atkinson: was appointedto county church basketball be announced fof each taking. Assembling adult gifts, wrapping

Florida pepper ,harvests-fall, be in charge,of the Christmas' league for Junior girls Is being Anyone wishing to give blood and -placing envelopes on
) spring and winter-totaled $12:' lighting around Lake Lucille in formed. for the program may contact tree Mrs. Charles Creal, chair

t 059,000 during the year of 1959. front of city hall. So far the Bunnell Methodist the recruitmen chairman, Shel- man; Mrs. Martin McDaniel,

f. _' -._- Church will have a team, the ton Barber at ID 7.3197 or Mrs. Mrs. D. D. Moody, and Mrs. W.

Baptist Church of Bunnell and Gwen McGriff at ID 73263. C. Sullivan.

t) FLAGLER CHORAL GROUP CANTATA the Baptist Church of Flagler Mr. Moody also stated that it Public address system-D. D.

I 1 Beach will have one. is hoped that clubs and other Moody; Clean up committee, Levi
AT BAPTIST CHURCH DECEMBER 11
We need one more church to organizations will be responsiblefor Brannam; Santa Claus-John

f, The Flagler Choral Croup will of :Bunnell and Flagler Beach. sponsor a team.' Please get into securing certain amounts Hardin and C. B. Eisenbach. .
uch with Leslie Pache in Bun. each month. Mr. Moody also
present a Christmas Cantata at The Christmas cantata is "The ,
the First Baptist Church here on Music of Christmas" by Ira B. nell.The said this Is a real bargain for 'Flagler -
all residents in this County
Sunday evening, December 11, Wilson. Miss, Emily Gage is the Bunnell girls basketball area fora

:: at 7:30 o'clock, to which the director of the group and Theodore team beat the D & B girls 5939. blood program.Mr. Census
of Farms
public Is invited. Weber Is organist. Following Molly Ricks scored 26 points, Moody was elected to .

The choral group is composed is the program for the. eve followed by Sheila Westbrookwith serve as general chairman of The 1959 Census of Agriculture

'i. of members of the church choirs ning: 17 and Barbara Weaver 12. the Blood Program Committee. conducted In Flagler Coun
&; Grace Steflik played a whale ofa Chairman of the recruitment
ty last fall, counted 117 farms,
"THE MUSIC OF C CHRISTMAS" game at guard. The girls all committee will be Shelton Bar
to
according a preliminary fe-

I j Organ Prelude __.:...,____.:.....__..r. Mr. Theodore Weber looked very good for their first Joan ber. Scheduling chairman Is port just Issued by the Bureauof

Processlonal--O Come All Ye Faithful .......__ T .__ Chorus, game, and they did a good job is Crews Volunteer chairman the Census, U.S. Departmentof
r. at foul line Joyce Gray scored Freda p; e e n. Recognition, '
.(Congregation will rise.as choir.enters) ; chairman Commerce.
Prologue- ________..--::_..__:..._..:;.-jChorus; I 16 points and Mary Spell 14 for 'and will beMarie Brede, Total land in farms was 172-
the D & lassies. Pat Cowart will i
J' Holy Night ___......_. .....____._.___.---:- Chorus serve as 620 acres. The average size of _
i Bells-Miss Fay Bass '. "-, Bunnell M.publicity chairman. Dr. John farm was 1475.4: acreS.. The average -
; ., Canakaris
will
. He'Shall Feed His Flock .. _. _.-.r.- ..,.:..;.. Chorus Fg F Pts. serve as value of farms (land and
f Molly Ricks 12 4 medical director. Mrs. Gwen
Solo-Mrs. Clarence Shultz ...- '" 26 McGriff Buildings) in the county 'was
Come, Thou Long-Expected; Jesus _. ,. ..._...... -"< Chorus Betty Nelsen 000. will serve as secretary. 101308.; '
: Solo-Mr. John A. Clegg ....' .. ; Westbrook 5 7 17 Of the county's farm operators,

O.Little Town of Bethlehem _____. ). Chorus Sue King ..:{:,Y' 2 0 4 Electronic HeartbeatFor 73 owned their farms, 21 owned

Good Tidings _......-_.____r.-.......;..::. ........:-_ Solo Barbara Weaver 4 4 12 part of the land and rented"additional
,' Alicia Tucker ; / Willie Godwin
i 000
F ; Mrs. Frank Schwenk > acreage, and 16 were

{Ii. Glory Be To God _. L ChorusChorus Sandy Gumble "' r.c: *,.' ,' 000' A 58-year-old: man was alive tenant farmers.

The Magi _...._-_-- -..._,__, ____.-.__..-. Grace Steflik 0 0 Q today through the miracle of The average age of farm operators
Linda : .
i,. Little'Lord Jesus. T -. ChoruS. Revels \ 000 modern medicine &.electronics. In the county was 49.1
'
; t SoIO-Mrs. Harmon Wlagrove" ': '"'.: :Michle Steflik ',: 000 Willie Godwin, whose heart years. There were 19 farm operators

1- In Our" Hearts -.. :,,;,.. :. Solo. Sue;Wadsworth .i, :000 has been beating irregularlyand 65 or more years of age.

Mrs. Howard Lerch : .''''"-r...""<' .''' .... it y.,- :: was subject to stopping! Of the U7 farms In the county -

The Living..Song' ___ p .,....,......"_....2 ChorusChorus 23 15 59 completely since a heart attack 54\were commercial farms.
( Recessional.. _._.....:.:' _._' -, ..j D'a 4B ':" about a year ago, now carries Detailed statistics on crops,
'
:: -. ", ..'. -, Joy To. The World ':. :..:;!',***': .. : :t. 5 :::'I.: FgF, Pts. two tiny wires to his heart. The livestock, equipment, etc., are
It,; Joyce Gray ':'* <>"' 8 .0 16
4 Benediction ; wires, extending from his chest presented In the preliminary re-

t... Choral Response Gloria Snowen r.i.: ,,237 are connected to a small, battery port, with comparable statisticsfor

Judy Horne' 102 powered device which sends 1954. ,
k'. ;. ':The choral 'group Is composed 'Mrs. F. Charon, Mrs.' Abby Han. Alary Spell .-*. 5 4 14 electric signals to his heart, Copies of the report may be

.. of the' following persons: salpacker, ,Mrs. George Jarosz, Sandy Kress ..**: 0-0 0 stimulatinga heart beat. obtained for 10 cents each,from

.. :Miss Emily Gage, director, Mrs. Emma Kulp, Mrs. Ray Lehr, Mary Hoagland0.0, 0 When resting he sets a beat the Bureau of the Census, Wash-

i: Theodore Weber, organist. Mrs. Leonard Moody, Mrs. R.If. Nadine Dale 0 0 0 rate of about 75 times per minute ington 25, D, C. .

.. .-' Sopranos .are: Mrs. Lillian Mosby, Mrs. Edward S.: Nye. and Edna Lovening -";'* ';0 0 a When walking, the rate Is .,;
Bonday ,tMrs., John A. -
Wilson.
Clegg1 Mrs. Bernie ,
I' : : t" "' increased to about 100. Batteries EARTH INFORMATION '
-Mrs ,Edna Farnsworth, Mrs. Tenors are: Rev. Reynold .Y 16 739 should
Jf be changed about every The earth covers about. 200,-
:.:;:: : Fred Fruits, Mrs Virgil, Hoover, Hooover, C. B. Hull? Howard Bunnell 14 16 15". 14 59 20 days. ,Doctors, who Installed XX,000 square. miles of surface.It .
4 Mrs. Robert 'Sch.atz. Mrs,
Frank Lerch and S. A. Springer. D&BGirLS
9445i139 the device '
at, the University of supports nearly 3,000,000,000
"," Schwenk, ,Mrs... Clarence Shultz, I Basses'are:. John,A.'Clegg; RayLehr The 'next game:will be at the Florida Teaching Hospital and people, orbits around the. sun

-.:: ft V.:'! Mrs. Caroline* Swayze 'and Airs. Keith Lovell, Judson Stry. Bunnell gym Tuesday, December Clinks, chance at 18
:: ., 'I say-he has a of % miles per second and
'
Harmon
'* Wing-rove.= >' ker. __ ,:' 1 I 3 Taylor High: (Pierson).. Boys living a moderately routine life weighs just about 6,600,000,000-'
,A toS'r : 'Mrs. Harry Cash, and girls. .Time, 715. -: :- .. indefinitely, 000,000,000,000 tons. .


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PAGE. TWO"' THE FLAGLER-TRIBUNE, BUNNELL, FLORIDA v Thursday, Dec., 8,. 1960.
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Americans= em: !j I I five Inches.- Few modern women!f People moving to" the United |bigger than Easterners 'and I pilots. At least...pneihotelowner}

"\.' .. -.-"***:' canfitJnto their grandmother's. States ,soon outstrip their rela.. jSouth{ zters- :-_ 7* *"i has put a seven.footfbed T-'every

:; To Be Growing { clothes. tires abroad A recent> survey room with the .nuthberend.. : -
Along with height, Americans. ; Bigger people can create problems Ing In seven. "'' tI -'-
Increased in weight. 'Men showed that Mexican men who I
have for Industry. Clothing
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family of Giants I are up from 160 pounds in 1900 came before they were 27; and I Curiously, Americans:;'.apparently
cost
manufacturers conduct
now
I of 165 stayed in this'country at least are not letting growth
fast ton an average ; women goto
Americans are
becoming
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the human' II also have gained around five two years, were taller than their ly, surveys to determine the their heads. The hat industry
the giants of race. kinsmen in Mexico. changing sizes of their custom.
pounds, to reach an averageof who remained reports that most people still-

Young people, '20 to 35 years ; 127. ; ers. Aircraft companies have buy hats size 7 1/8 or smaller.
'y' -' rearranged cockpits to fit bigger
old, are about two ,inches, taller
A survey of 135 Japanese girls,
Trend to ContinueAnthropologists
: and five pounds heavier than
... J I born and reared In the. .United ,
their counterparts in 1900.. expect the THE OUTBOARDER O. F. ALFORD
i up- States, showed they were 1.6 i.

, ': American men now average I ward trend to continue becauseof inches taller than girls of like Authorized Evlnrude Dealer Registered

.,g' five feet, :ten Inches-equal toAfrica's progress, and nutrition.in medicine, sanitation (age in Japan. BOATS ACCESSORIES REPAIRS Real Estate Broker

Nilotic tribesmen, long I Dockage Storage free Ramp
While biologists know a great
1 BunnelL Florida
known as the world's tallest peo WE FINANCE

, ., ple. Though some Nilotic'tribes I .,......' n' deal about growth, some mysterious 825 Ballough Rd:-Daytoaa
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:<' ; d r factors remain. For
; < : example
-. men tower seven feet their av. I f.t?:: .:..::'i :'. :..u. ;. ._ .. .. .. ?"t' "';:''''' ;;';. scientists have yet to explain FREE PAINTOne r ir v
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erage is now no higher than I ; r : i';:::: ':' .., ::\;.t} ;t'r;: t: Frank & Glad'sSHOE
$ ."" ,v.. .. .. ....: .., why college graduates are '
'that of Americans, the National : extra gallon of your choice
I t usually bigger than. people who
... :. Geograpic Society ,reports. i.I: 'i .1' 7 only finished high schooL Nor with each gallop you buy REPAIR

-:- ', American women are'growing, ._. .,.\r .". ".'" do scientists know why inhabitants Mary Carter Taint StoreAlao 1 Block, MOODY West of BLVD.Railroad

: too. They now average five feet, i :;f : of the mountain States areII We.tKat. Shopping Center General Shoe Repair

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.::".% CLASSZFZED ADS I.I': i "r: :" ':}: Y Yf'w II I AREA BUSINESS DIRECTORYAUTO I



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SERVICE CLEANERS FURNITURE
,- Listings under this heading are _
-. 3 c nt. per word eaea Insertion, Ormond
75 cent Im minimum elaarp. tlr;; McDANIEL'S BUNNELL.. CLEANERS Bedding and
EVERY:,CLEANING Furniture Co.
FOR SALE-1954 Barley-David- Service Station SERVICEOpen Substantial Discounts on All
son 165 Motorcycle In good con. DED -SoFA -FUnNITURE
dition. .Call ID 73660. 12-8-lt STANDARD OIL PRODUCTS Dally". S to O $10 Tradein Covers Down PaymentR. .
Phone ID '7-3188 S. ROBENBERRY, Owner
Tires-Batteries-Minor Repairs
FOR SALE-1956 Scott Attwater 115 N. Bay St. Bunnell 6O Graaada, Ormond Deh..OR'7-4111

7% horse outboard motor recently Bunnell ID 7.7119
CONCRETE PRODUCTS GARDEN SHOP
overhauled, $50.00. Contact n0.i _
Biddle Gulf ServiceGASOILLUBRICATION
Bob Mitchell at ID 7-3110 before Your "Q" For ConcreteDial Gray's Garden Center

.
5 P.M. :Mondays through Fri. Headquarter for Gardening Need
days. 12-8-ltc GULF TIRES & BATTERIESOpen CL 3-8113 Ceramics. Gifts Materials Dry Arrangement

-- -- 7 A.M. 10 P.M. 7 Days
DAYTONA BEACHQuillian's Annuals .
Shrubbery Fertilizer
USED BOATS 13#-ft boat 25 : /'
State&Lambert US 1-ID 7-7190 TORO LAWN MOWERS
HP, motor & trailer. Also 15-foot
Concrete Inc.
147. Tomoka Avenue-Ph. OR 7-051
... boat, 35 HP motor and trailer.Johnny's i- Colonial Service StationEARL <_ORMOJfD _

, Body Shop, Bunnell. ,
.Florida. 12.8-ltp E. RICE. p'roprletorGASoILLUBRICATION DRUG STORES HARDWARE

_..__ '.. OLD ROPE NEW TWIST .
l FOR SALE-New wheel trailer, Judy Scott knows her rope or MOTOR TUNE-UP Anderson Drug Store THAT FAMOUS PAINT

f 4 ft by 6 by 8 ,feet bed ,at air maybe It's the photographer at GOODYEAR TIRES & BATTERIESU. Exclusively at
-, Dec. Sliver Springs, Fla., who, Is up Prescriptions .
, port_Knoblaugh. 8-ltp to some new tricks. HIWAY BUNNELL Sick Room. ,Supplies FLAGLER BEACH

FOR SALE-Hagler Beach house j Sullivan ViGul q Service Sundries,. 5 _, .. _.. -. HARDWARE

it party furntshjedTwo. 'bedrooms, Iff THE C0UXTT JUDGE-! COURT I I BfELLMoody's. : !I .
t. 'CCB,"large lot, located on Palmetto I IV.AND FLORIDA' FOR FLAGLER IN PROBATE COUNTY GULF .. Flagler"Beadz'"T Hi-.2103

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,
{ Ave.. in Venice Park. Price IN RE ESTATE OF GAS011SLUBRICATIONTIRESTUBESACCESSORIES
DEXTER LOWELL KNIGHT Pharmacy Village Hardwar. Center
850000. Call Ed Mathews, II deceased. Beach Information .
NOTICE TO CREDITORSAll '"Specializing- In Service and Flagler County's Corner Drug Store HOUSE PAINTS
,Gainesville FR 69064., creditors of the estate of Clean Rest Rooms"In i! Match and mix color
.: Dec I-Tf. .. Dexter Lowell Knight deceased. The Heart of Flagter Beach PRESCRIPTIONS any
are hereby notified and required to Builder's Supplies Kitchenware
t- file any claims: or demands which DRUGS-SUNDRIES
:.' .
FOR, SALE-Charming new 2. they may have against said estate AUTO REPAIRS GIFTS": GREETING CARDS
bedroom home in Flagler Beach in the office of the county judgeof FOUNTAIN SERVICE AlA Ormond Beach CL 2.0420
Flagler County. Florida in the EDGAR'S GARAGE
r Tile. roof, terrazzo floors, stylish Courthouse at Bunnell. Florida; BunnelL Flo. Phone ID 7-3661
, within eight calendar months from 24-Hour Towing Service JEWELER
" kitchen-dining room. Sodded
the date of the first publication of
r" '- waterfront lot; direct access to this notice. Each claim or demand COMPLETE AUTO REPAIRS ORMOND PRESCRIPTIONPHARMACY
O. F.
must be in writing and must state BEACH
;.r- .Inland Waterway. Take 2nd St. the place of residence and post Automatic Wheel Balancing-Front Transmission Service End Jeweler

to end, turn rt. $12,800. Contact office must be address sworn of to the by claimant the claimant and Alignment Sick Room Supplies-Sundries Elgin Watches-Diamonds
local his agent or his attorney or it 240 Granada Ormoad-OR '7-OS93 24 Hour Service
r broker or P.Q. Box 457, Prescription Exceptional Gifts
will become void according to law.
" Flagler Beach, Fla. Dec. 1-tf DATED this 29th.day of November Free Delivery in Flagler Beach Watch
Repairs
-Engraving
AUTOMATIC TRANSMISSION
1960. Rt. A1A 1 rat., North of
I" ; FOR RENT-Unfurnished large MILDRED FLORENCE KNIGHT ORMOND BEACH-TeL OR 7-1661 46 W. Granada Ormond Beach.
Administratrix of the estate of HOLLY HILLHYDROMATIC OR 7-2384
." 2-bedroom garage apartment -Dexter Lowell Knight deceased .
t First publication on Dec. 8. 1960.Dec SERVICE Thompson PharmacyYour .
t Call HE 9.2318, or see Zeke ;;. i-J5-2-U-4tc PAINTING CONTRACTOR
Health Is Wealth
( ._ Chaffee. n. 7.tf NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN Repairing-RebuildingCentral Put YourPRESCBIPTIONS
that the Board of County Commis- Florida' first specialists In R.
FOR RENT-furnished 2 bedroom sioners will receive sealed bids on AUTOMATIC TRANSMISSIONS Moody
the 6th day of December A. D. 1239 Ridgrewood Holly Hill
'. one bath. house, Daytona Ave., 1960.< at the hour of 9:00 o'clockA. OR 7-1381 In Our Hands .
.. Flagler Beach. M. in the office of the Clerk of Ormond Drag A Prescription Shop PAINTING
Completely ren the Circuit Court in the Flagler 141 W. .Granada-Ormond 7.1421 ,
.> ovated. $65.00 ,per month. Keys County Court House for the paint- BAR AND PACKAGE STOREBAMBOO 1
\ Ing of the jail as follows Phone ID 7-3240
can .be picked up at Sullivan's All of the second floor walls GILL DRUG COMPANY BUNNELL FLORIDA
ceiling and' cell bars. ,
,:. Gulf Station. Nov
10-tf
Lower half of walls in office first
Y FOR SALE floor; one bathroom on first floor. Walgren Agency
-3 ,bedroom furnish. waifs only., BAR & COCKTAIL UDIoTELEVISIOHPAUL'S
ed'house, GI Mortgage. Also 2- All above to have one coat good PRESCRIPTIONSSIcK i
; LOUNGE
-., room cottage, both excellent lo grade Two of front paint.doors both outside Room Supplies Sundries RADIO & TV

cation. Phone ID 7.3706 evenings. outside.and inside, one:_ coat inside and two Open Under New Management 19 W. Granada Ave. 'Ormond Beach Atenaa Sales & Installations '

:E, Oct. tf Successful bidder- to furnish all Come In and Get Acquainted T-5350' Authorized Sales RCA VictorWe
labor and materials. .
The Board reserves the right to Ocean Blvd AlA Floater Beach FLORISTS repair all other TV A:Radio seta
FOR SALE-1953 Chevrolet Sta. j reject any-and all bids. 1370 Ocean Blvd A1A

t.,, tion Wagon, engine Just over. i 22nd DATED day of at November Bunnell.. Florida. D. 190.this FLAGLER BEACH ,Blacks Flower Shop Ormond Beach OR 7-2352
hauled good condition. Phone GEO. E. WICKLJNE, Chairman

> -.. ID 73659. Sept' 29-tf I I ATTEST Seal) HOTEL BAR 2 blocks west of Railroad on NURSERY '

t '.. RALPH' E. HARBERT. Clerk _
: -
Moody turn right on Forsythe -
,, Board of County Commissioners "The Meeting Placeof ,
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' : .,: FOE BENT on the ocean 1 and Flagler County Florida Wagon Wheel Nursery
[:' 2'bedroom: apartments complete Nov. 24 and Dec. 1-2tc Flagler County"sad Flowers for All OcCl lou Shade Trees Potted Plants j

J;;: ly furnished,, utilities Included.i sad Yvonne Service Bunnell Phone ,ID 7.3348 Shrubs

::i./' .' : Sensible rate day, week,, month,! 1.000 plants 'free; one with every
m
mr dollar you spend. Thousands of
..: or permanent, Sun Sea Motel I .lrtmt BOTTLE CASHARRIS FUEL 017.KING'S:. rarities at reduced prices. Beat In

formerly Flagler Manor). : BfJHHHU., town. ... !.
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is about the size of" .a house cat, dog's teeth or break a man's Subscribe /
Armadillo,Has. I to The Flagler. Tribune,.$2.50 Yearjy} in,AdvanceWWW .
has invaded the United States, finger. This habit has cost the

lizard's 'Head, Bears Dasypus has: spread from the .lives of armadillos undersides who bounced I v.a..r............-.r.- .,:-......,..........-.aa......- ."'........,:-. ...... _
Rio Grande country iri: Texas against the of auto-
northward to Kansas and Missouri .. mobiles straddling them." FOR ALL HOURS-DAY OR NIGH T |
Claws Mule's Ears : ,
and eastward to Alabama. ,." The nine-banded armadilloscan .
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The armadillo would be a Introduced into Florida about I curl up into a protectiveball AMBULANCE .

strong contender in any contest 1920 the armadillo flourishes formed by the telescoping PHONE VAlley 4-1625
1.0pick North ,A i rica's :oddest there, too., joints of its bands. It uses this SERVICE

mammal. In recent months; armadillos defense mainly as a last resort, ST.. AUGUSTINE FLORIDA. "
The creature' has have started ,moving slowly because the armor does not completely '
strange a put Never be heeUcat'c about calling a GarcIa Ambulance.. We ,, .
scaled:\ head like ,a lizard's, ears of.western. Texas. Biologists cover its body, and a '
are always at service with promptness safety" and '
like a mule's, clawslike a bear's, speculate that the migration is mountain lion, coyote or dog your -

and tail ,like' a rat's., It wearsa caused by *a drought in the re. can flip it over and tear open IxperLmtce. i i!
bony suit of armor like Don gion or a gradual decline in the the soft belly.
Equipped With Oxygen Resusitator nnd Inhtxlalor I
Quixote's. animal's food supply. Though the armadillo destroys

To cross a creek, an armadillo The armadillo relishes grubs, many harmful insects, it still Is Garcia Funeral Home
gulps quantities. of air, inflatingits grasshoppers, and worms; it'may mistakenly hunted as a pest, < '
insides so it can float, ,and down 40,000 ants at a sitting. I and for its edible flesh. It is P. E. GARCIA, Licensed Funeral Director

then paddles across. If the It also eats insects such as known in parts of Texas -as LADY ASSISTANT '

stream is narrow, the animal termites, fire ants, roaches, taro, "poor man's pig." tJ:'.-..........-.-wmwwIt's ...?J" .. ......1"................ I I
simply walks across the bottOm. antulas, and scorpions. ---
weighted by its heavy armor.. It usually forages at night, -

An armadillo :"litter ,almost plowing into soft soil with its f So Nice To .Get Those Gifts You've Been
invariably consists of four Identical nose, snuffling and grunting.Its '

young of the same ,sex. keen sense of smell enables j J
They develop fro -pne fertilizedegg. it to locate insects' five or six |: Wanting When They Are FREE With TOP "
inches beneath the' surface. It !

"Little Fellow in 'Armor" I digs down with powerful front II VALUE ,STAMPS At SHELTONS. .
Spanish conquerors of Mexico feet and-flicks out itS long sticky' -
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dubbed the animal armadillo, tongue to capture tasty morsels. ;
"THE FRIENDLIEST STORE IN
"little fellow'in armor.." Several The armadillo has dim sight TOWN"I
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species are common in Central and poor hearing. It often concentrates ''My-T-Fine .

and South America. the so intently upon..hunt I TABLERITE4EATS '- f 1" "; Regular ;
al Geographic Society NatiOn.j I ing that, it .Ignores: everything 1 ,
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only the nine banded armadillo I I else, .even potential enemies. Western Center Cut .1.-: PUDDINGS A<: ;,". : ,
(Dasypus novemdnctus), which Foraging armadillos have "
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TV'SERVICE I Alarmed, an armadillo may All Flavors ,, '. "
gallop .clumsily into thorny underbrush Small Lean Tender : ,

ALL MAKES I or scuttle Into' a bur! SPIRE RIBS ib 45? .<: 'Food King '
row. It .escape is cut off, the ,
Agent For i armadillo digs so fast and furl. Copeland ALL MEAT : OLEO .'. ,'.
ousluy that it literally' sinks out "
RCA & PHILCOTUBES 'of sight. Once underground, it ALL MEAT FRANKS'pkg 33? .

& ANTENNAS SOLD clings tenaciously to' .the sidesof Heavy Western BeefWorld's Best 2 I i3. 29

AND INSTALLED its burrow, withstanding the SIRLOIN OR RIB
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r 1 From Evelyn K.Farrell, Arlington CUKES ," (. :'i,.'' ...... .. ..ea.Local"Grown .: ; 5c' BREADED SHRIMP SSe

; Wash.: .I remember when ," .-.,' .
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Christinas meant.nothing'more to Fancy Red. :,: : 10 oz. pkg. '.,
", I Us than, "a joyous, celebration ofthe \GRAPJESMaxwell ,' ,: I 19cGREEN' PEAS 2 for 45c "

birth of Christ, yet how all Hou -
we e"6 bzv-jar -:, ). Shurfine 2% glass
I enjoyed itl! In our childhood days, : .
II my sister and'1'spent hours string. '. PIC LIDPEACH
.. I ing yards-and yards of bright red Instant toffee 'li9' t .
.cranberries and pasting together _
great chains of paper Tings- to 35
drape around our huge Christmas Limit one with $5.00 food order '

tree. All through each year we Riverland 3 Ib cello Del Monte 29 oz. can '
saved every piece of bright tinselwe '
could get our;hands on.,, and LONG GRAIN RICE 43 PINEAPPLE'GRAPEFRUIT DRINK

.,.,.......a..4. at Christmas .time it- blossomed .
,. ONE TWINS ABOUT STDRM( out in bright balls bows, an&stars, y y y y y y each 19c

VJEATHEiZ. IT KEEPS THE on our huge tree. 25 FREE .
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FAMILY AT HOME EVENINGS As for gifts we were so easily
TO GET APED WITH satisfied! A *story; book, a' few TOP VALUE .STAMPS Green Giant 303 Can "

ONE ,AUOTHEE. yards of dress"'material, a trinketor with the purchase of' CREAM CORN 2 for 39cNew
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i stormy the warm feeling, ofgood Yellow' Food Comstock No. 2 Can '. : '
:,,! '. \ weather, it takes a lot out of '
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r'. ;- your car. See us for air of make little... ifts for.,Mother, suchas NINE MINCE MEAT ,PIE FILLING 39c

your auto service, needs .,.. kitchen aprons, ,clothespin
(' it's a .step that gives you bags/ and strings of colored 8 oz. 98C Shurfresh .
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.,. trouble free driving all the beads made from, a miraculous Jar
I'r time. 'mixture of cornstarch, :salt and This void Dec. 10,1900 '
coupon .
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Yes, Christmas in those days, -
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was a gay and joyous occasion yet 25 FREE ,
"4" Dad .was noticed :with,a mountain '
of bills that would somehow TOP VALUE STAMPS .
} CAR SERVICE paid before another
have to be with the of 50 FREE
purchase
,: Christmas rotted around, so we ;
could "start in all over again on G.VAu'R TOP VALUE STAMPS
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Tickets are now on sale for

ifI: ,; 7'tCLflle // 0n.ffl**. :'the Junior Woman's Club's an- FLAGLER ., .
:: nal New Year Dance which'will
be on December 31 from 9 until
' LUNA BABBITT 1 A. b'!. in the Bunnell Civic
", 9-2098 :
; -:- Telephone HEmlock Center. Music will be by the
.. FOOD STORE
-j" Robert Day
>; y'r 7? Greenwood band of
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; SANTA ARRNES-AT operating the dlr ingea.. tona Beach. Reservations can ,

J > "':::..... FLAGLER WOMAN'S During the evening :" .. A CLUB FRIDAY. I Thiel will have a cake walk. The IDlewood 7.3386 or with Teresa MOODY BLVD. & CENTRAL AVE.
t.,;; -... ;Y ;Mrs.;.. Frank Schwenk, ways I public is invited. .' Humphrey at HEmlock 92303.
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s{-, and means chairman, states the I I Mrs. Alfred Juengling and Mrs. The junior club is also par FLAGLER BEACH FLORIDAPRICES

.... plans for the Flagler Woman's 1.'Albert Batton wil1- decorate the ticipating In the Festival of Fun GOOD- Thurs.-Fri.-Sat. Dec, 8-9-10th
Club "Festival of Fun" has been club house and Mr.' Jasper I j at the Woman's Club building .
!(r. completed for Friday, December White is responsible for posters ;December 9 from 11 A.M. to 9 Chase & SanbornCOFFEE
9, J>beginning at 11'A> M. that have been placed at vari P.M. Their booth will feature -

, Other organizations having ous businesses. Come and have home made candy and cookies, I1 *
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booths for the 'day are: the fun! home made articles a bride
Catholic ladies will have a good doll with its home made trousseau

assortment, jof baked goodies; I ENTERTAINED They are still receiving one with $5.00 or more food order
.' Junior Woman's Club will have: orders for fruit cakes f6r the
EVENING 21/2 Shurfine _
I SATURDAY! ,
) fruit. cakes and -other articles holiday season
for sale1.the Chenolet shop will I M 'S. Mamie Wolski entertain- I The committee heads are; PEACHES 4rorl00,

display woven articles; the Flag at a party game at her home dance chairman, Mrs. JoAnnCrews 1 __.___
,ler Beach Garden Club will,lon Saturday night. The followg ; soft drinks, 'Mrs. War '303 Can Red Dart
have Christmas decorations and were present \''l'deeri Spivey; decorations, Mrs.
'..4' corsages for sale. "' Mrs. Margie 1tth and Mrs. Joy Steflik; linen, Mrs. Juanita. ; CUT GREEN BEANS 2 for 250

Woman's Club.members will Nell Webb from National Gary)1 I Haywood.
be in charge of the following dens; Mr. and 'Mr Ed Pro ok l NeXt meeting of the club will I 21/2 Show Boat

''features: hamburgers and coffee of Chicago; Mr. and Mrs. c.1 I be Tuesday, December 13, at 8 I PORK &, BEANS 2 35 C
will be served",at: noon 'with Juhn, Mrs. Julia' Stanish P.'M. at the home of Mrs. H..V. for

: Mrs. Frank Brede-Jn charge; a daughter Catherine, Mrs. :Mildred Peavy. Kraft's' Extra RichMAYONNAISE .
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'Sam .Novick; a "Surprise Pack Also Mesdames: Anna Jarosz, Mrs. Agnes Lee arid Miss quart 49C

'. :age" iable, ;Mrs.>Charles Charon Stella Zalewski, Alice Charon, i Mary. Furrer from Daytona
J 'and Mrs. Ray:_Lehr;-fun games, Bertha Carragher, Harriet Mc : Beach spent Sunday afternoon Gold Medal
: Mrs.. Charles Sindelar; silver leaf Dowell, Lila Janslc, Miriam here ,

tree, llrs.C- Moody, Sr.; a Slaugh, ,Rose Smigielski'. Sophie (Continued on page 6) FLOUR 51b. 39*
.fortune teller will also be on Smigielski, Virginia ,Holt, Lucille '- ,
hand with her crystal ball. Zysk, Frances Novak, Mrs. '
At 3:30 P.M, Santa will arrive Czar oryski, Ann 'McNitt, Margie Biackwell'sRestaurant Limit One $5.00. or More Food Order

.with candy.for each child; Vance, Kay Bowen, Marie Bur I Flowers Famous
. there will be 'a fish, pond for the zyck, Pricilla McCabe, Jenny I
children with Mrs. E. P. Fleurie Roussin, Relda Gardi, Martha FRUIT CAKES Z each 9ge
18th St. & AlA ,
and ,Mrs. Vernon: Haines operat Zysk.A I
ing it. Beginning at 5:30 P. -4i. nice lunch was served and Flagler Beach Lykes

an old fashioned supper' will be- the following, helped the hostess SHRIMP I CHILI & BEANS'for *Z
served with Mrs. ClarenceShultz serve: Mrs. Mc. ltt, Mrs. Slaugh, CHICKEN I
Miss Sheriff, MrS./'Paul Mrs. Prokop, and. .Mrs. Zance. .Armours
-, Kelly and Mrs. -Charles''D ly in BARBECUE'i i

the kitchen, and'.with Miss Emily Mrs: William Babbitt. visited FISH i it VIENNA SAUSAGE 5 $100

;. ,.. Gage, and, Mrs. Philip Kester,I in: St., Augustine. Mqnday. ; .I ) SANDWICHES;_ t .,. for
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Orient Express. Drops i The famous train:; has discontinued :have depicted the Express as I has described His fellow pas usual' delays' at frontiers.- -It

service to those ,cities t patronized almost exclusively by sengers as tourists, businessmen, I earned its .reputation a train
Run to BudapestAnd for lack of business,; the National -' beautiful spies, sinister secret imperious ladies enroute to for spies and international adventurers -

; II Geographic Society says. agents, kfng's'messengers, fugi- health resorts, music lovers I I'I I because it crosses so
Bucharest On some days not a single pas tive' criminals, and, for comic bound for festivals, and American many countries as it streaks
I senger took the train beyond relief, Colonel Blimps travelingon 'I soldiers.; across Europe. -
Spies who wish to operate In Vienna. As a conductor told, one the continent for the first Passengers riding the western The trunk line runs only from

Budapest- ,or, Bucharest. no, longer I traveler, "Now even spies can't time. r today may find it lf -different Paris through 'Strasbourg'" tfnd
can speed 'there aboard the- romantic I get the necessary travel per: Not a Spy in a Carload from other continental. trains.It I Munich to Vienna. But several
Orient Express. mits." i I A regular traveler on what remains I has the usual firstand sec- i different routes and branches,of

r Novels. and motion. -pictures I. of the ,Express, however, 'ond-class compartments and the (Continued on,Page.9):'
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.... '< included' in the program of recitations Recent visitors at the ,home 1 .Rev. and Mrs. Reynold N.. will be "Cuba" andHany! !Tread- I

; and Christmas. carols. of; Mr. and Mrs,, Tom Galloway j I Hoover have been .entertaining well be leader., ', -
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r.,..,- young,jnarried folks is planninga Heroux, of Lake Wales and her I son in law John 'Alunro from the community; attend the
!r' ; Continued from Page: 4 'business meeting and social brother, ..Richard Heroux, a stu Chicago, HI. Christmas eve midnight ,candlelight -

:BAPTIST/CHURCH for December 16, in the church dent at the University of Florida service. I

REPRESENTED. IN :PALATKA basement. in Gainesville. :Mr. and :Mrs. Ed,Prokop from '
I f Chicago Heights, HI., are visit Subscribe to The Flagler Tribune
.. 0< Among. those attending- MNlght Mr. and Mrs. Phillip Smith of Mr and Mrs. Ray Barrett from ing ,here now with 'Mrs Mamie $2.50 A Year In -Advance

; in, Palatka .on. Mondayevening Whitney Point, N. Y.,: and Mrs. Clayton, N. Y., who spent last Wolski. at her home on Fla_gler ... ..
: -were'Rev. and Mrs; Millard -' Ethel Fenton of :Clen Aubry winter here stopped over here Ave
- '. Brock. Mr. and Mrs. Robert 'N. Y., spent last week here visit- Friday to visit with friends. j FRED A.: FR

K- : ; Rum ll and son, Billy Parrish, I ing with Mrs. Harry Dickenson. The Men's Club of the Meth m..l
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.{ Mr. and Mrs. Stanley Springer' Mr. and !r rs. Stanley Springerand odist Church will meet Mondayat I JEWELER

". and family and Mr and Mrs,: Methodist Church, Flagler I family drove to Orlando 7:30 P.M. at the home ofLeonard I DIAMONDS-. ,
Robert Schatz and family. M- N.' the with topic REPAIRING
Beach. Rev. Reynold Hoover Sunday and spent day. Johnson. Study .
.,.. ... Night was 'observed by 29 minister. 9:30 A. M. church Mrs. Ethel Mellor. .....-.tIt........-.!'......l'w, ...'.\l
; .. churchs with an attendance of school. If your children are not --

0 925 attending. Principal speaker enrolled elsewhere, we invite Edward Johns of Longwood ac
was Dr. Earl Stallings from ,i them to attend our school. 10:30 companied his mother Mrs. INSHRE-SUy lusird & Rest Assured

Ocala. The attendance bannerwas morning worship services. Theme Amelia Gilbert here after had

won 'by the First Baptist. i for Dec. 11, "The- Drama of the spent, several days visiting in I GET THE BEST PROTECTION FROM
. Church of Palatka.: I I Incarnation." his home.

The Christmas 'which. I '
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i will beat the Church Wednes I Raymond Depen from Tunk- Mr. and Mrs. R. .P Smith from N. T. COOK AGENCY

day, December 21,. is progress I I hanrock Pa., is spending sometime Brevard, N. C. visited hereon .
ing according to schedule The II'I' here with his ,cousin! Mrs. I Sunday with Rev. and Mrs. Millard Citizen Bank IMg. Bunnell,. Florida,

x "Heart of, Christmas". will be Harry Dickenson. Brock.: _

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T i FMrs' ., Lady Allen was a recent'If : ;; .. ... t. ,1
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f'I; 1 I[Visitor in DeLand with her or :
{[brother In law arid \sister:, Mr. I
Brannam's Food Market
and Mrs. Murray .Sams. I' .
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ifrrf : 1L I THE ONE STOP STORE FOR YOUR HOLIDAY Y I
LOCALS ,.
t 1 o i I i CONSERVATION:C NEWS I NEEDS- ; FRUITS, NUTS, CANDY, COOKIES, CAKE- I 11

I f:': r -- MIXES, BEEF, TURKEY, CHICKEN and LAMB,
t"r 1 1 I By Tilman W., Robinson : I
I COCKMAN ATTENDS j CHRISTMAS TREES, and LIGHTS.
r ROYAL NEIGHBORS MRS. l I S. M. Thrift of the Agricultural !
h MEET WITH MRS. ..1 FUNERAL OF BROTHERMrs. 1 ; I
I Conservation Program will betaking
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f- AKERS MONDAYMrs. Myrtle Cockman was 1 I applications during De- _' \ I
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Blanche. Alters was host called to Graham, N. c., last 1 practices I l We Give :You SUPER SAVE. STAMPS I

r. ess to the meeting of the Royal week for the funeral. of her 1! v' I Y J ,
Gales.- 1961. '-'-- .
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Neighbors. l\Ionday--"l1lght. This brother, James 1 1I .
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was a business and social meeting I The Soil Conservation Service MEAT DEPARTMENT ;. I
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There will be a special meet- PASSES AWAY SATURDAYMrs. i certain of these practices, including ,SORRY WE RAN OUT LAST WEEK, BUT WE I

ingon December 12.at the home ditching practices, land t HAVE THEM AGAIN THIS WEEK.- l
F- -. of Mrs. Eugenia, Allen jto plan Charles Hoff was called !I grading and land leveling. It is. Grade '"A" D & D 'I
for the Christmas party and also to lEast Coast, Maryland Saturday I advisable for farmers who are i
the annual election' of officers. by the death of her mother, I planning to install any of these I FRESH HENS t Z'5e
Purdum. She with ACP assistance ,
Mrs. William was I practices. ,
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'i. ,, '...\ accompanied, there by herson, I during 1961 to get their plan tQ PORK LOIN 'SALE. : .
KEVIN ANDERSON: Harold Hoff, and her daughter, Mr. Thrift at an early date. '

YELVINGTON Joan Hoff.. Also notify the Soil Conserva CHOPS Center Cut 6ge

tion Service office far enough in
. Mr. and Mrs. .L. A. (Andy) Ib49e '
advance so that engineering surveys CHOPS
t Yelvington of Orlando announce Mrs. Betty Kobylarskl has as can be made and the job Mixed, Cut'.,
r' the arrival .of their son, born her house guest for the holidaysher '
can be staked out .before the
y- November 29. He has been mother, :Mrs. Sophia Okowietof I
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'. given the name of Kevin An.l. I Cincinnati, Ohio. I II HALF or .WHOLE ft ,
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I son of George Moody, Sr. of :Mr: and Mrs. Anthony Pan- : ;

: Flagler Beach. chella and family arrived here' I FRANKS =: :: : .: 49C I

Both Mr. and Mrs. Yelvington ,i last week from Philadelphia,,Pa. .., ;:.::... Ib .I I
are former residents of Bunnell. to reside. They recently acquired patterns... C
I': She is the former Miss, Dorothy the Jerry Childs place
PiCNltsdorSugJcreek1t.3Se
Y AUDRfY Wit I
. ,' xr Alexander. just off Highway 100 and are :

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BARBARA JEAN BRANNAM Red & WhiteMAYONNAISE .- I

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t. ..f- announce the arrival of a, nine quart I
,, pound' daughter, born at theE ,where she is undergoing Limit,one with $5.00 order I
today. \: .
surgery ,
Flagler Clinic and Hospital on -- -
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December 6.. She has been -given I : 1o- Dixie CrystalSUGAR ;

t '. the name of ,Barbara .Jean. ,Mrs. D. D. Moody and "Misslona

,t. I Moody motored :to Baxley, 5b 390Limit .

(:; : Mr. and Mrs,;L., L. Brannam I It. Ga., during the past weekend. Limit with $5.00 order '

',-.. and family and, Mrs. Minnie I They were accompanied there I : : .
i' Brannam visitedn Cocoa last by Mrs. Fannie Taylor who had -v Aumx J t "- ''' W'M'-
visited here several days. .'
Sunday with, relatIves. They I -
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were accompanied home by .
(. ; lando with. Miss, ,Moody and .
Levi Jr., who had spent the visited until Monday afternoon. U with your purchase of $5.00 or ,
holidays with Mrs. ,Alyce Bran more food order at !

'; nam, and family ,- 'BRANNAM. FOOD MARKET
fr" ;' :.- .. FREE !
< Thomas L. Lenssen of Connecticut -

t Mrs. O. J. Kight of Center 1 1t r was a business visitor M StampsName _

I t r:' ," Hill visited here several days here several'days last week. He ; tt _._- .

i K'; 'f' this week with Mrs. Martell- is contemplating establishinga / / 3 This Coupon Expires December_ 12, 1960 I .1

V. Hunter and her daughters, Carol ranch on' the west side of the ..r ttrittr Kirr Wfi7iYf( .
:;.; .' and 1.Iarilyn. Mrs. Kight. is Mrs.\ Old Kings Road opposite the '. !

f I'-t:. Hunter's mother. Von Bulow Ranch. FROZEN FOODS' !
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Aw. ."," w Birdseye 10 oz.ASPARAGUS. -' I

r.". alb r'll .- SPEARS 2for45C I

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THRONE OF
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', ( + SMS GOES DEC 11)941:G'ERMANYITgt-Y as tat Birdseye 11 oz. or I
{ N 7HE DECLARES WAR OK Us. "M4 t 259
't DEC.12,1959!SUPREME COURT SPINACH Z for390
OUTLAWS WHIG TAPPING Dress Pattern No. 1591-Sleep cool In !
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summer -fEMlNINE Cooled,! pajamas/
1, CELEBRATE DEC.I3.I62J: It.T PILGRIM TKANK S 6 VItJQPEC. -., to .keep you cool on summer nightt. Swanson's 8 oz.BEEF, CHICKEN or TURKEY I
Choose waf.r thin cottons that, require,
.14.1799. DEATH OP. no..upk..pNo. 'PIES' Srol00Campbell's .
: R GEORGE WASHINGTON.PEC. ( I
,. v 1591 with 'HOTO.C 'DE h In -
, :15,1791: :BV BILL.OPRISHTSRATIREP STACTES. .. 10, 12, 14 16,18, 20. l-jtt 31 to !
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PEC.16,1773: 'BOSTON 40..Size 12,32 bust,"sleereles$ fop, VU 10 oz. !
TEA PARTY. fords of 35-lncht short pants I% yard, '
i:: Needlework-faHern No. 259-here'* POTATO SOUP ZfrrSSe
,O' two piece gingham set with gay
crost-stitch trim in a border design that
will be much admiredl Quick and
,": .. to moist No.,259 hat tissue.for blousei easy Red & White 18 oz. ,
chart for border design sewing and tin
thing directions lOT skirt and blouse.' PEANUT BUTTER 490
Send 35c for each J(." pattern, 25c "
ApplicationsRequested tor each needlework pattern add JOe fcr .
each pattern for first class mailing to Sun 'Spun -
AUDREY LANE BUREAU,Dept. "NWNS-
r 367'W.st Adams Street Chicago 6, HI '
MARGARINE 2 tb 31e

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Kraft 8 oz. Sliced America.n.'Swiss'o'r Piementb

.. __ Bunnell Theatre CHEESE -- %
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The City Commission of Bunnell will receive '

applications at the City Hall until 7::30 P. M. i Philadelphia '8 oz. .
FrL& Sat. Dee 9-10
December 12, 1960, to fill the vacancy aused CREAM CHEESE
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by the resignation .of the City Clerk. CANYON RIVER I I
Starring .

':- IN GENERAL THE DUTIES ARE: George Margery and

Honda Headerson "BRANNAM'S"

_, Double entry bookkeepingReceiving

all cash and making disbursements Sun. & Mon. Dee n-12
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Preparing budgets and tax rolls ,
THE DARK AT THE TOP OF Food Market
Making_ monthly water bills and collections THE STAIRS ,


CITY COMMISSIONERS Belled Pnatea Starring: cmtI ter' :t' YtNr Red ft White Store '

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HAT CAN YOU
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: t' adequaticy of the present Welfare program at.. :. :
this time is controlled by the County Health THIS ... : : :
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Emergency cases such as gun shot wounds, highway ):
.accidents and etc, whereby extensive 1 hospital ,- with an amount allo
'medical and surgical .care cannot ,be. met '- proximately $2000, a
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;. fare today
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: In this matter Flagler County must find a so- = ing power to pay taxes .
: : known and unknown
; elution to solve,a dire need, but'it must be borne./ ;:. pension are not
; in mind that the attending physicians operating:;: ,'-':benefi ts. '
within the hospital are entirely.separate',and operate i- '-3

:, individually.., The attending ,physicians on -" .
- ., the!hospital staff always have. and will continue." ':The Flagler Clinic &-
to :give free, professional service to those' pa- ,-. bring' residents better ,
I, :, come members of the,
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tients classified as welfare cases, but continued :
rising costs of operations, operating rooms,: -gram, now having
drugs and medical surgical supplies ,prevents V # 'need" it in this county
the hospital :from ".functioning a, sound financial .: ers are elected by the
basis if these:conditions are not remedied., act as their md'W.. i
e. -- the welfare'of this_ ; !
The Flagler Clinic &'Hospitalis:not taxsupported -: '" should b Q instit :. ,

in any way. -,.It is ;just, the opposite, it",pays the extended. hospital : I

.. taxes' to this} county, city and.State in the corm{a. .5 type. case- .
of, property, real estate .and purchasing. .. as weiras f'; '
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The hospital endeavored at many times to'meet:: all patients: alike, Ij
with the present commissioners in an attempt: -, requests of the people .
to solve this but to no avail. It is not the responsibility those approved for
of the )hospital to.bear this expense '; j
.. ,or ''be penalized because it is the only hospital
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that is available.. It should ;not be held responsible ; the !
: to assume the financial burden because an dents of this area and ;

"adequate program is not in force :at this time, ,, ,emergency capacity. I
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to care for extensive. program of hospitalzation = j
-: ,.: on the above' mentioned 'types of emergencies ""so that we may I
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to be lack of'concern and resentment in regards er representatives to
: :to:personalties and prejudice. We would like to ". lem and urge' a I,
:. add( that the present.Chairman of the Board of ;, problems can baired 1

County Commissioners: has been contacted and,** :::":. people of this,county 1
was requested to call a special meeting to at- prived of benefits due ;
-,' aaeinpt. : to solve this 'emergency crisis. In the '4 .
ja&t) 18 months these welfare cases have cost .': However this, i

the hospital, in excess oi ,several thousand dollars '.,.' ," refuse emergency ;
irhich. naturally:we had to absorb, and with this vital service. ,
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f ''The railway connections be r Vienna and Instanbul establish- ] Watermelon, though compara- '>i TN'THE 'CIRCUIT COURT OF -
Orient Expfessirdps: FLAGLER: COUNTY FLORIDA.IN
tween ,the Balkans and western I e
: developed amid in this section was 21 vitamin A tIN ". WILLIE. FOOTMAN. -
Europe political press" .
/ Run to Budapest : I plaintiff.IIIMA ,
f intrigue, wars., and revolutions miles an hour. The train once LEE FOOTMAN.. ,'

1 during the second half of the was blocked by snow for 11 days THE CIRCinT COURT OF Defendant.

f.. And Bucharest 19th century That was; the when it was only 85 miles from FLAGLER IN CHANCERY COUNTY.NO. 41T3 FLORIDA THE STATE NOTICE OF TO FLORIDA DEFEND TO'

period when the Balkans be.. Instanbul. Trainmen had to WANDA MONTROY. Irma Lee Footman .
t (Continued frontpage 5) Plaintiff, Residence Unknown
came known as the "powder scour the countryside for food. VB. You: are hereby notified that a.
f the Express, link a4 dozen Euro CHARLES LEO MONTROY. suit has been filed against you In.
keg of Europe. of the Ori- '
the days '
( ___ In golden Defendant. the above entitled cause; and you.
i ., countries to southwest NOTICE TO DEFEND are hereby required to file your answer -
the
pean In 1881, a. four-power convene ent Express, nobility traveled THE STATE OF FLORIDA TO: with the Clerk of this Court

E Asia. tion of representatives from Au. with an entourage servants Charles Leo Montroy and to serve a copy thereof upon
the plaintiff or plaintiffs attorney..
Niagara Avenue
( The :Alberg Qrient Express tria*Hungary,. Serbia, Bulgaria, including chambermaids Niagara Falls. New York / whose name and address is: *

: seeds from Paris through Switz-, and Turkey made final provisions -I who made up their berths with suit You has are been hereby filed notified against that you in a W.407%Cecil Main Grant Street -

:,:. cralnd to Vienna, Until recently for anew international rail silk sheets. In 1921 a National the above entitled cause; and you Daytona Beach. Florida.not .

... it plunged behind the Iron 'Cur- line through Bulgaria, Completion Geographic Magazine' writer descrIbed are swer hereby with the required Clerk toflle of this your Court an- 1960.. later than December 23rd A.,Do,

:.'. tain to Budapest and' Buchraest. of the route was delayed bya the Express as "the main the and plaintiff to serve or a plaintiff copy thereof attorney, upon, ccnfesso If you fail will to be do entered so, decree agalnst--Pro:

The Simplon Orient Express-:to minor frontier war between artery of travel to, the East." In whose. name and address is: you for the relief demanded, in -the

many the Orient Express l-, Serbia and Bulgaria and a revolution wartime 1942, the national Geographic Ray Selden Selden Building said bill of suit complaint.being for The divorce.nature, of.

.: lows a parls-Lausanne-Milan- In the Eastern::: 'Rumella noted the Express, was 800 Main Street said WITNESS my hand and seal' or
Florida Court this 18th day of November
Daytona Beach.
j VenlceBelgradeSoflaInstanbul section of Bulgaria. "fast but stuffy* overcrowded." not later than January 6th. A. D. A. D. 1960.

r route. -At Instanbul travelers Snow Blocks Train Today. the Express still is 196L If you fall.. to do so. decree pro (Official RALPH Seal) E. HARBERT

i: may change to another train and In 1888, the line was finished speedly, though itwas slowed confesso for the will relief be demanded entered againstyou in the Nov. 24 Clerk& Dec of said 18.154tc Circuit Court

Ii ft ride as far as Basra,' in. Iraq.' 1 and a: daily connection :between by long delays at the Hungarianand bill of complaint.' The nature of
, frontiers before said suit being for divorce. IN THE COUNTY JUDGE'S COURT"IN "
; Bulgarian WITNESS my hand and seal of > AND FOR FLAGLER COUNTY -
4' TIlE DAISY FAMIlY, IY LLOYD DHlMIMilUUB: the Budapest-Bucharest 'run was said Court -this 30th day of November FLORIDA. IN PROBATED
A. t>. I960. CASE TiO. 585
<; dropped. Custom men reportedly (Official Seal) IN RE: Estate ofGEORGE

t IM A. ,looked under mattresses RALPH E. HARBERT C. McARN
WHAT ON EARTH 60WG N JUNIOR MADE probed Clerk of said Circuit Court Deceased.
7 APE YOU 6O Ne7O I USE 'EM TODOWITHTHOSE SMALL PARTS STORAGE RACK washbasin drains, pried off mir- Dec. 8-15-2-9-4tc > NOTICE OF PROBATE
< 6OIYE A SMALL FKQW SARP1NE CANS AND O\R5.. TO ALL PERSONS INTERESTED-
( SARDINE CANS., ) fARTS STORAGE rors, unscrewed light bulbs, Notice is- hereby given that the IN THE ESTATE OF SAID DE-
-JUNIOR? V PROBLEM iN THE CUT CANS IN rolled up carpets, crawled under undersigned will seek the introduction I CEDENT: '
and of special act You are hereby notified that
SHOc rMGVY% HALF. BEND r passage a a
t WSIPE3TOENGA&G cars, and tramped over their in the '1961 Regular Session of the I written instrument purporting to.
I be the last will' and
Florida' Legislature authorizing testament or
t llldii' : 1 I I roofs; certain powers. said decedent has beery admitted: to.
1I I A BILL TO BE ENTITLED 'probate in this court. You are
Sew Lr I I Jt was hard for an agent to 1 AN ACT TO AUTHORIZE AND I hereby commanded within six calendar -

TD UNDERSIDE smuggle out secret naval plans, PERMIT THE BOARD OF COUNTY l months from the date of the
OF EHZ BEND IHNAIS I I COMMISSIONERS! OF FLAGLER first publication of this notice to
II or for a jewel thief to concealthe COUNTY; TO ACCEPT RE-PLATS appear in this court and 'show- .
I grand duchess's tiara. OF PREVIOUSLY PLATTED PROP- cause, if any you can, why theac-
.f .ERTY: PROVIDING THAT SUCH tion of this court in admitting
1 ACCEPTANCE SHALL SERVE IP- said will to probate should not
r. BENT IN I SO FACTO AS THE ANNULMENTAND stand, unrevokedi': .
SIPESEN6A&E ANCIENT FISHING PLACE VACATION OF THE PREVI- (S) DUANE A. DEEN,
6 OUS PLAT WITHOUT RESOLU- County Judge ,
JAR LIP Modern Israeli fishing fleets TION; AND PROVIDING THAT Flagler County Florida.
work the waters of the Sea of ALL ADOPTIONS BY THE BOARDOF First publication on: November 1 T.
COUNTY COMMISSIONERS OF 1960. _
a Galile where Jesus directed his FLAGLER COUNTY, IN PRIOR Nov. 17-24 & Dec. 1-8-Itc
YEARS OF SUCH REPLATS -
1 'disciples to cast their nets.
SHALL
: OPERATE NUNC PRO IN THE COUNTY JUDGE'S COURTIN
TUNC TO RATIFY AND CONFIRM AND FOR FLAGLER COUNTY -
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SUCH PREVIOUS ACT AS HAVINGHAD
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tl l! "FLORIDA IN PROBATE.
'. THE SAME EFFECT AS AN
CASE NO. 568
{ --1f'' J: "'" t' ,. .: / ANNULMENT AND VACATION OF IN RE: Estate ofMARGUERITE

-.' ._ 1 ,'. ANY PLAT PRECEDING SUCH GLEASON
:. ADOPTION; PROVIDING AN EF- Deceased. I

.: : .1 to Nice :' FECTIVE Dated at DATE.Bunnell Flagler' Cpun- NOTICE FOil FINAL OF FILING DISCHARGE PETITION"I OF

3.. k aye give. totget: Lf. ty. -Florida. this 6th day of December EXECUTRIX I
A.D. 1980. NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN
; BOARD OF COUNTY COMMISSIONERS that I have filed my final returnsas
t.r : ..... FLAGLER COUNTY executrix of the estate' ot
!
By RALPH E. HARBERT. MARGUERITE GLEASON, deceased I
,
f. : .X ; < Clerk Board County Commlssloners. ; that I have filed my petition !
;, >,/ Flagler County Florida for distribution and for final discharge !
Dec. 8-ItcIN" and that on January 5. :
: 1961. I will apply to the Honorable !
: : n. 4 THE COUNTY JUDGE'S COURT
: : :' : A'. .".- Duane A. Deen. County Judge of J
.
I JN AND FOR FLAGLER COUNTY Flagler County. Florida for approval -
.. .. ,_ FLORIDA- IN PROBATE. of said final returns and I,
4 :tftl erntt -V' CASE 20. BgS. : "
t ; j.j for an Order of distribution and I
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: .' : IN RE:. Estate 01 for final discharge as executrix or
!
" ._ i"." GEORGE C. MfcARN.. Deceased. the will of MARGUERITE GLEA I
SON deceased.
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NOTICE. TO CREDITORS SJosephine Quimby Gadapee 'I
,Q' AU'creditors of the estate of First publication: December &, 190. .
GEORGE C. McARN deceased are Dec. 8.15.22.29-4tc
Il" hereby notified and required to file
.
any claims or demands which they IN THE COUNTY JUDGE'S COURT
.,... 4J may have against said estate in TY FLORIDA IN PROBATE
I the office of the county judge 'of CASE NO. 555
FLAGLER COUNTY Florida. In IN RE: Estate of
the courthouse at Bunnell. Florida FRANCES STANISH,
.1 kk within eight calendar months from Deceased.
'. the date of the first publication of NOTICE OF FILING PETITION
,:.. '. I this notice. Each claim or demand FOR FINAL DISCHARGE OF
"" '., must be in writing and must state EXECUTOR
. .. the place of residence and post.I NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN
: wT I i office address of the claimant and that I have filed my final returnsas
'>:, must be sworn to by the claimant. Executor of the estate of t
his agent or his attorney or it FRANCES STANISH. deceased\ I
(, will become void according to law. that I have filed my petition for J
November 15. 1960. distribution and for final discharge I
T SADYE LEE :McARN. and that -on January 5. 1961 I will
t. Executrix of the Estate of apply to the Honorable Duane A. I
George C. McArn deceased. Deen. County Judge of Flagler-
r First publication on November 17. County. Florida for approval of
av 1960. laid final returns and for an orderof i
..,' Nov. 17-24 & Dec. 1-8-Ite distribution and for final discharge -
as Executor, of the will of:
t IN THE CIRCUIT COURT FLAG- FRANCES STANISH. deceased.
LER COUNTY. FLORIDA. NO. PAUL JAMES STANISH

HAST Executor:.
( NGS AGRICULTURAL First publication: December 8. 196V.Pec. .
CREDIT CORPORATION, a 8-15-2-29-4tc -
J corporation.. ,

, .. Plaintiff. Notice Is hereby given that the i
-V8- undersigned will seek the Introduction :
ESTATE OF A. NILSON. de- and passage of a special act '
deased; CHARLES E. CREAL. in the 1961 Regular Session of the
. .', aa Executor of the last Will Florida Legislature authorizing
and Testament of Arvid Nilson. certain powers. -
deceased; SHRINERS HOSPITALFOR A BILL TO BE ENTITLEDAN
CRIPPLED CHILDREN ACT RELATING TO FLAG
a corporation; CORNELIUS LER COUNTY. FLORIDA: AUTHORIZING .
PERKINS: JONS NILSSON; THE BOARD OF' j j
.
< BERTIL NILSSON and TORS- COUNTY COMMISSIONERS OF" ;
TEN NILSSON. FLAGLER COUNTY. FLORIDA. TO' :
: Defendants. CREATE WATER CONSERVATION :
Extension / NOTICE TO APPEAR DISTRICTS WITHIN SUCH COUNTY i
} Telephones ; THE STATE OF FLORIDA: TO: PROVIDING FOR .THE ESTABLISHMENT i
J JONS NILSSON. BERTIL NILS- OF BOARDS OP-
SON and TORSTEN NILLSON. COMMISSIONERS FOR SUCH DIS- I
. ? '.. ... whose respective address and placeof TRICTS: DEFINING THE POWERS I
I
, -; residence is Vetlandavagan 11.. AND DUTIES OF SUCH BOARDS? I

: : colors : : EuJo.YOU ARE Sweden HEREBY. SEVERALLY THORITY GRANTING TO SUCH ESTABLISH BOARDS AND AU->

u.... .;:;;i ,. in sparkling :X, :.;. REQUIRED answer to to the file complaint.your respective MAINTAIN; PROCURING.FRESH WATER CONSTRUCTING LEVELS -- I

.... '. ', aa amended which is herewith EMPLOYING AND DISPO-
: ,' served upon you with the. Clerkof SING OF FACILITIES THERE-
-
., this Court, and to serve a copy FOR
"' ; AUTHORIZING 8 U C H
*<-:;.1.,. ... friends when Is thereof upon plaintifrs attorneys. BOARDS
Lucky family and your Christmas gift-giving: TO ACQUIRE LANDS BYGIFT
-vsv" Messrs. Dowda and Milllcan. whose DONATION. PURCHASE OR
... gay extension phones in decorator colors. For year-'"d' address is 412 Lemon Street. Pa- CONDEMNATION NECESSARY
ti: : latka. Florida,, not later than. January FOR SUCH DISTRICTS: AUTHOR-
... ; comfort beside ])ed's 1 favorite'chair... step-saving convenience ia 9. 1961. IZING SUCH BOARDS TO COOPERATE -
The nature of the suit Is to fore- WITH BOARDS OP
.'= .r Mom's kitchen..or that much loved privacy in,Sis room. close 'a real estate mortgage given COMMISSIONERS OF OTHER WA-
.. f by A. Nilson. deceased to TER
. -'.. .... now CONSERVATION DISTRICTS
:... : :
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plaintiff, Hastings Agricultural IN ADJOINING COUNTIES WITH

'.::, :?;.... :. Lucky you when you ask Santa for a couple lor )'0f1iTSe1l.for ... Credit dated'the Corporation 1st day ,of a October.corporation.A.D. GOVERNMENTS FEDERAL. STATE AUTHORITIES AND LOCAL

.. 1958. and recorded in Mortgage AND
be&Oom bath AGENCIES. AND WITH GOVERNING -
your kikheB, or teenqer's room.f Book 33. page 193. upon the following BODIES OF DRAINAGE;
lands in Flagler County. AND OTHER IMPROVEMENT DIS
Florida, to-wit: TRICTS; AND AUTHORIZING THE?
'
:Z- -J,. Extension phones are easy shopping, too. duet order BOW SB 54 of SW&. Section 9. Township BOARD OF COMMISSIONERS OF
,' ..- 12 South. Range 29 Edt. eon. EACH SUCH DISTRICT TO LEVY
.
.' '_- >, ,. .' and,have charged to your telephone bflL You can cross ever. \ taming 40 acresTE% of NW%, AN ANNUAL DISTRICT-WIDE!
.... Section 10, Township 12 South TAX OF NOT MORE THAN TWO
,<: -: 80 1 &By'BaJBeS t off:your gift list with just one call to oar' .;: ;: Range 29 East containing 80 acres.* (2) MILLS ON THE DOLLAR ON"ALtrTAXABLE
'''2 > All of above described lands con-
PROPERTY WITHIN -
< ; :;,- noi. e.-Why sot start on your list today? : taining, 120 acres more or less. SUCH DISTRICT FOR COSTS
'. : i" (References' are to the Public AND EXPENSES OF SUCH- DISTRICT
'.' Records of .Flagler County. Flor- AND PROVIDING FOR AN
ida.) EFFECTIVE DATE.
; IF TOU FAIL TO DO SO. decree Dated at Bunnell. Flagfer Coun
pro coofesao will be entered ty. Florida day of De-
: Y, _: against you for the relief demanded cember. A. D.thi168.

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':; -orr.-i.: :. ..:.. ._ :,..., J : ;;:::' -:'" RALPH E.: HARBERT Court- Clerk Board County Commis.signers. .
,> 'Ei. '",, .- -'" .. "'- ,. .' As Clerk-of said Circuit Fuier County. Florida.Y' .
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PAGE' TEN ''' .: : T # > '!THE FLAGLER TRIBUNE, BUNNELL..' FLORIDA -: : ,, :. i.. <'- Thursday, Dec1960' :: : t t0

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Tlagler BefclP :' facts forGIVE Homemaker] New, Business seventh in the number pf.failIng !this year; for 4.5 per.' centtof the f

I J Ji firms and ninth in total liabilities failing firms and 3.5 per cent I

A & B Clubs For CHILDREN FURNITURE 1 for the ten-month of the liabilities. The state'sproportion _
By Roberta Halcomb Charters Show period. I
'I i I of new firms was a
. AS GIFTS FOR CHRISTMAS "Florida accounted for 6.3 per little lower and the failures

Second SixWeeksFollowing "Junior-size" furniture can be II I Drop This Year cent of the nation's new 'firms slighly higher than in 1959. I

are the A & B Club a, welcome gift for the. childrenin ..
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members for the Flagler Beach your family this Christmas. I I t
charteredIn
New business firms
.. Elementary School for the second Many different kinds of chil
I- Florida through October of .
dren's furniture with a wide variety '
i six weeks period
;
this have dropped 9 percent I For Your
year
Third grade-Norman Boswell, of uses is available now I
below.last but stand 1
.
: Cathy Duncan, ,Donna Filkins, for Christmas giving. This type 'year' .
well above 1958 and 1957.
both
t Janet Haines, Kr /Martel, Ann gift can be practical-and children '
Meekins, Barbara Wilson. will like Itr too. "Junior- Nationally, business charters '

Fourth .grade-Johnny Meigs, size" 'furniture comes in various dropped 5 per, cent during the Holiday Package. > "

finishes, metal, wood, first ten months of this year, :
Monica Huber, Jerry Gordon, durable I '
I The Florida State Chamber of :

ana Buddy Lucas.Moore, Susie Duncan, DI. cotton plastic slip-covered.covered, painted, and Commerce reports, GOODS .,..,

"In the number of charters
Fifth grade-Patty Robbie; Jo Some "youngster-size" furnit- -
Anne Wilson, Vickie Missinne, ture helps teach good house- granted this year; Florida rank- POPULAR BRANDS
ed third in the nation, with a
Tommy Duncan, Billy Dickey. keeping habits. Toy chests,
total of almost thousand
9,829, a
Sixth grade-Arthur Wilson, floor- or cabinet-type, give the
.a month. The majority of these
Dennis Clay, Arthur McDaniel, child a place to store his toys BEER WINE & WHISKEY
charters resulted in the establishment ,
Dale Abbott, Johnnie Ruth Mil and teach him to keep his room ,
ler. neat. Bulletin or pinup boards of new businesses or AT POPULAR PRICESTRY
manufacturing plants but the
: offer him, a place to display his
figure also includes business
non- -
favorite pictures and souvenirs,
f Mrs. Alice Ranew relieving that cluttered .look in concerns which secure OUR DRIVE-IN WINDOWOR \

the rest of the room. Table and charters.
.
Passes Away Friday "Off-settting the number of .
chair sets please both little girls
newly established firms were WE WILL MAKE DELIVERY ANYWHERE IN
of and little boys at Christmas .
Mrs. Sara Alice Renew, 98, 571 business failures in the state
Holly Hill passed away Thurs time. Girls will use these to > CITY: LIMITS .;. -
Y through October of this ;
year
day afternoon at a nursing I "entertain" during their play :
half as again in 1959, ; :
many as : L
time. Both and like
boys girls
home in DeLand. '
according to reports from Dun : PHONE ID 7-3711 :
"host" "hostess" :
Mrs. Ranew was a native of to serve as or and Bradstreet. In October, 81

Americus, Ga., and had lived in when small guests come with Florida firms failed, slightly under S "

Holly Hill, for a/ }number of parents to visit. Proper.s1ze the former high registered
a
years. For several years' she furniture encourages good man I in March. Charlie's Bar

made her home with her daughter ners.. "Current liabilities the fail
Mrs. Eunice Clifton at the :Most of these small tables will
firms 1
ing came to,.'$27 million
Bunnell Airport. "take a beating, too. This A. C. RODGERS
through October, a 25 per cent Owner.
, Funeral service was held from means they can be used for such gain over 1959. Florida ranked I It -. ,. '
Jo> I oJ
' activities as pasting, finger ,
: the chapel of Baggett-Mclntosh I t
Funeral Home in Daytona Beach. painting, and clay modeling. A I

:' Interment followed at Hope special place for such play
' Cemetery at Bunnell. leaves less cleanup work for GOOD NEWS for potato !

r. Survivors include a son, Walf mother, since the clutter is all S growers '

f ter J., Daytona Beach; two in one place. A child just start- t : :

; daughters, Mrs. Eunice Clifton, ing to school will welcome a effective residual{ : w&f:'
,:' Daytona 'Beach,'and Mrs. Georgia "junior-size" desk. A place to 'Nqw you can get long ; I Ij

.' Dahlberg, Fort Pierce; 16grandchildren study that fits his size helps :
teach him good, habits. j /
r and 34 great study
r' : SOUTHERWPOTATO: .,
grandchildren. '
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ALMOST WE1GHLESSNESS I
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An earthling who landed on I r

Apply Nutrients'To either of the;. two tiny moons .

: Ornamental Plants of Mars would weigh less-than 'W I R ( WORMCONTROL '

one ounce because of the low : : I
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In Fall or Winter surface gravity. The slightest : .A :<
:
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jump would send him soaringoff .
t Nutrients should be appliedto into space. .

ii ornamentals during the fall ,
:
:- I
' and winter to promote root i : ,

k: Univers .. ,
s growth, according to a ,RCA VICTOR ;" "; '
of Florida specialist. t' '
ti ity LIVING COLOR TV !
... James Taylor, assistant ornamental '"LOOK FOR TUB PICTURE I WITH ;:
< S horticulturist with the IN THE WINDOW"
Southern Radio & Television I
[ Agricultural Extension Service, .. ,
226 E. Granada-Ph. OR 7-2001 "
,:../' says the internal condition off ORMOND .
,t the plant plays a decisive role -- ,

;- in its cold hardiness. ,, t
DIAIINO'NINSECTICIDE
i : During the winter increased GOING OUT OF BUSINESS "
k vegetative growth is very slight

f" .",. and most of the plant response ALL $TOCK'QOES

,. takes place beneath the ground
Bedspreads Rugs :
F level,' or, in the root system.

J,, Trees should be fertilized by Robes Everything SOIL_ TREATMENT

the punch-bar method. With a w I
liSCOf ,
lie ,
!t,,'" bar, punch holes 12 inches deep .'- ,.;.",-' ;.. .
Now versatile Diazinon The standard for
It and about 18 inches under r
apart
CHENOLETFlagler --.i4t multiple insect control on fruits and vegetablesis
: the canopy of.the'tree.. Next apply accepted for use eta toil insecticide for
:;:w a a complete fertilizer prefer. Beach control of Southern Potato Wireworm.

.., .' ably a.9-6-6 or 8-8-8, in the open :.. This is good news to potato growers. These
One Mile South of Pier four big Diazinon advantages tell why.
'. holes. < a you '
'- '-- -- '
,;, ... For small trees with a trunk TK +'J +t cwrra&is RESISTANT srnAwsDiazinonthe does .

..' diameter of less: than six Inches, & :: 'S job where chlorinated hydrocarbons fail.Um .

apply three pounds of fertilizerper ft 1
f
Community KSfttlAL ACTIONOne application of
inch of trunk diameter. For
,.i a Diazinon prior to planting protects tubers '
/ larger' trees, apply five pounds Memorial Church ': c_;.f;,'.' r until harvest. :
/:; of fertilizer per inch of trunk cU.t' '
: .... l.ter-der.mlaatt..1 SAFE-Diazinon is one of the safer phosphate
ameter. I AIR CONDITIONED I ;:. insecticides.-

.:: .. Shrubs such-,as azalea, camel. '
t':. lia, croton, and hibiscus shouldbe I Daytona Ave. VERSATILE-Applied as a foliar spray _
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FLAGLER BEACH } Diazinon k also effective against other insect
watered before fertilizing and '
pests attacking potatoes, including flea beetles.
'
Ii" again following the application. Sunday School 10:00( ,A.Me ," i' x Colorado potato beetles and dipterousleaf

,Normally a, 6-6-6 fertilizer isf' Church Service 11:00( A.M.R. miners. .

recommended_ at the rate of 1 TV. DICKERT Paator Vii. Apply AI Sol Treatment

f' .'': to 1% pounds' per 100 'square I 'EVERYONE WELCOME + -Sh Apply effective, safe Diazinon to potato fields
.7'C
':feet ., I : \ 'j C as a soil treatment prior to planting.Use sufficient
water to achieve thorough coverage Then mix
thorahly by dwang. or other means to the top
three to inches of soil,
six depending upon theJ'
PERC STRINGS BUDDY ';' location of the wireworms. Diazinon' long residual
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_. action protects the tubers until harvest.

3r c rtt w. srroe AND XXJ CAM TOuerl I ',. -. Get Mazlfloa Today -

{ O OC'iOIR T FLA6LER.HARDWARE. I Don't take chances on Southern Potato Wireworm.
I r damage: to your potato crop.There is no need to .
.#' e gamble now that you can get positive long residualprotection
; o" with Diazinon insecticideavailable ,.
: ,-" J' ;;,.. solution or wettable powder. ascmulsifiable
....-. OKI6IMATQKS, Of DOT INSgCTICIDCS- Call your supplier right Howl :
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