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Title: The Flagler tribune
Physical Description: Newspaper
Language: English
Publisher: s.n.
s.n.
Place of Publication: Bunnell Fla
Creation Date: December 15, 1960
Publication Date: -1981
Frequency: weekly
regular
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Subjects / Keywords: Newspapers -- Bunnell (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Flagler County (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Genre: newspaper   ( marcgt )
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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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p l: VOLUME 48,"NO. 49 JBUNNELL, FLORIDA THURSDAY, DEC. 15, 1960 : 3}y ",$250 A YEAR l'

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y Advertising_of Fatal Auto Mishap, Judge Tappy Educational TV- Gala Christmas }


trH Local Bills'.Must. Here Saturday P JL Dies Following Report Made To Program Given

Romie Smith Merchant, 48, of I
Classroom TeachersAt
Come EarlierFlorida Jacksonville died at 7:15 Satur- Stroke Friday. By BusinessmenThe ;;
fa .
.. day evening from injuries received meeting of Flagler Coun-
-< in an automobile accl, ty Classroom Teachers Association
' Circuit JUdgeThomas: N. Tap- Bunnell Businessmen's
counties will go to same at :
1z. dent at 5:45 the afternoon.The held Tuesday evening '
r. I work earlier than usual ..thisyear accident occurred near py passed away early Saturday the Woman's Club building, a Christmas program and free
on the preparation 'of, local morning at a' aytona Beach drawing for prizes will be heldat
the south city limits when he special report on Educational '
t. : ., bills to be presented ,to the 1961 apparently lost control of the i hospital ..afjerl being stricken I Television was given ,by A. F. I 2.45; this Saturday afternoon. :]
,:_' session of the ,legislature which car. with a cerebral hemorrhage Friday Edmunds, Volusia County Director Theprogram will be held on .
; meets in Tallahassee, in April. afternoon.K ) of Instruction.Mr. Railroad St. between Lambert '
Funeral services, were held Avenue and Moody Boulevard. ::
Under a new rule, approvedby Judge Tappyresided at his I I i
members' of the House at a from the Craig Funeral Home home on Sunset:Terrace in Daytona Mr. Edmunds, gave a brief his- The public is Invited to attend. ,

i meeting ,at Boca Raton, all bills chapel in St. Augustine Wed Beach. 1 tory of the early stages of the The Bunnell "Biggest Little a
.local in nature :must be filed eSday morning.Interment? followed Funeral service was' held in development of ETV In Florida Band in Dixie" will be on hand a".

:*, with the. Chief. :Clerk: of. the at the Evergreen Ceme- Daytona Beach Monday morn and its continuing advancementto and will present a short concert. ..,",
',' House of Representatives .by- tery. Dr. T. J. Powers of the Ancient ing and the .remains' were, sent .date. The possible availability During the program Santa will "

," :, March 28, one week before the City Baptist Church ,of to Arlington Cemetery in Washington .. of ETV in Flagler Countywas arrive distributing gifts and' ,
t! opening of legislature. (ficiated.Mr. for interment p'redicted by Mr. 'Edmundsto candy to the children. :
be .in approximately two Following the a draw- :
66 of program
I Judge TappWJ.was| years
in laws
Bills local, nature are Merchant Is survived by
f age and had :practiced law in years. ing for prizes for adults will be ;;E
which deal ,only with one municipality his wife Julia who was the
I held. Prizes will be contributed !
Volusia County for 29
years.
or county or a groupof former Julia Artushin of,Korona ; Classroom Teachers Associa ;
He has served as for by the Businessmen members of
counties.. attorney President Hinson
similar two daughters, Mrs. Margaret tion Byron I
the City of Daytona Beach, the Bunnell. Following this drawing i
id. House Speaker-'designafe WilLiam Tassoni of Warren, Mich., and conducted the' meeting with
for childrens prizes will .be
; V. Chappell, Jr:, Ocala, Sonia: Mae of Jacksonville; one Board of County Commissionersand members of the PTA, school administration : ;

.,,. .-. said the early flUng of local son, Walter :Merchant of Detroit. County School Board. He al i and wives and held. 1
: legislation will relieve the: logJam Also surviving are two brothers so has been Municipal Judge of husbands of the teachers as f E

:-:' of bills presented at each and one sister.Pallbearers Daytona BeachHe special, guests.Flagler Circuit Court .'i
', session and provide more time !attended the University of
were P: J. Stanish I Virginia, his home state, and
= for consideration of general bills ,
D. Robinson received his law Choral I I Fall Term Is .= \
:. : affecting the entire state. Buzzy Dupont B. degree: from "
L In almost all cases, local bills Howard Novak, Francis Williams Georgetown University. He Is a -;.

are passed without controvery. and Adum Pursley. Craig Fun past president" ''of the VoJusia'. Group Presents Now Recessed .. -
However, they go through alt eral Home was in charge, of ar Bar Association. .

most the same procedure as rangements. He was appointed County Cantata SundayThe .'- Judge George W. Jackson es "

general bills' and,tie up a great Judge in 1954,' was elected to the treated $9,400 in bonds includ ,
p deal of legislative time.. post in 1956, but resigned in Flagler Choral Group will ing '$3,000 in a cow theft case '":
* Funeral for Mrs: 1958 when he elected Cir- present a Christmas Cantata,
was ;
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In "addition ,to early filing .of' '" The Music of ChristmaS ar as Flagler County circuit court
. local bills the also cuit Judge. convened
..legislators Tuesday.
decided:not,to consider any bills: Callie Tucker During six years of service in ranged by Ira B. Wilson, on Sun- Bonds of $1.500 each postedby
18 at
day evening,' December ,
'
World War 41, he was chairmanof
l, local in hat 1re' after the first. 30 i William Lyons and Marvin
of 'the session the Board of :Review for the 7:30 o'clock at the FlaglerWoman's Edmonson both of
days without s.pe.j This Afternoon j Club building In Flag. ; Daytona
ip .c.l.! 'approval- he-Rule >xCora-' Judge AdYocate General. of the Beach, were forfeitured when .r
; ". ler Beach.. "'The is invited. .
"' .-w*'.'- '" ;* .; ;; : AlrkForce: tetii1i'releaSe.ir6ni public a r r .
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.:, tlk.r. 1t'p -v :1 :- they faJifiggj;! ppearto: charge ';
'Mrs. Callie Tucker of Daytona I i active duty with the ..rank'of
,
Affect of this;:new rule is that : of larceny of a cow.
Beach passed at six 'thirty Colonel, he was,named associate '
counties with local bills which away : The choral group has.a representation The pairwere arrested last
: ; must be advertised in the ,newspaper Tuesday' night: at The RestoriumIn general counsel of;the Economic. from eight different summer together with two 16

' for 30 days prior': tf pre. Daytona :Beach after a length- Stabilization Agency and later churches,in our community and year old youths, Gerald Edmonson -
-. sentatlon to the legislature, will ly illness. Mrs. Tucker was a became its general counsel.In is directed by" Hiss Emily Gage and Robert Smith. Officers
:; have 'to start the ads no later: native of Georgia but had re* '1951 he was appointed and organist is Theodore Weber. said they carried a cow from a -
fr': than the February 23rd issue of sided in Daytona Beach' for a counsel to the Committee on Interior Soloists( will be; Mrs. Clarence Haw Creek ranch to a wooded

t;'_ .. The Tribune. And all counties number of. years. She was alsoa and Insular Affairs of the Shultz, ::Mrs. Frank Swenk, Mrs. area In Volusia County Where
ti will have to .start work on proposed former ,summer resident of U. S. Senate. Harmon Wingrove, Jo n A. Cleg part of the animal's carcass was
.. ._ .. ''legislation earlier than Flagler Beach.:' Mrs. Tucker was His military career also included and Howard Lerch. found.!
usual in order to meet the March 65 years of age. duty as a pilot in Eng- Other bonds estreated included -

l;(,- 28 Sling deadline. Funeral service will be heldat land and Scotland in World. War Power $1,000 of Fred Evans, a Negro
; Chappell said he considers the the Chapel of BaggettMclntosh One. ; Company i charged with assault with intentto

Lf:: yew rule a major governmental at two o'clock this after i commit murder; Ernest Cummings .

,.iimprovement": which wiy speed noon (Thursday),:with her 'nephew Low of 35 Here I'. Explains Power.. i $2,400 on 'four counts involving _
up the mechanics of bill.pasing Rev. James Barber of moonshine; and Charles
: ,and provide more time :for con I Faust Mannle
First Main Street Baptist Churchin Wednesday A. M. Failure RecentlySeveral and Williams
:, sideration of general bills of a Jacksonville, officiating. In. I $1,000 each .on two counts of

;. .... statewide 'nature. terment will "follow at Bellevue According to County Agent I places in the south illegal wiskey.
t. !Memorial Park Cemetery in Daytona Howard Taylor thermometers at eastern section of the county The court sentenced to one

: Sister of Beach the ,courthouse registered a ,low experienced a power failure Saturday I year in prison Robert Holloway :
Roy of 25 Wednesday morning in night as the result Jjf Negro, who admitted to charges ;
Survivors ,are one 'daughter, the season's second cold snap. someone shooting out insulatorsand of moonshine. !

;J:. Buckles Passes Mrs. Cl.are'Biddle' of Ormond However a warming trend followed a primary line of the FlorIda A presentence investigation I

::..' ..... .& ... -- Beach; ,a-son, Tommy. Tucker of during the early morning. Power & Light Co., was ordered for Gilbert Kilinski !
rt Miami Jacksonville: .2' sisters, MfSi: Tuesday, the first day of ,the L. H. Church, local representative of Montague Mich., after the ;
r. : Away Harris Gill, ST., of pcilla, Ga., present cold wave the low registered of the power company, said prisoner: pleaded guilty to breaking I

: ,birs..Eva :Davis, sister ,of Roy and Mrs. B. ""Baskin'of Lakeland,: was 30. at Mound Grove insulators were and entering two cars here. I
I. .' ;Buckles of ,Bunnell Georgia Also, surviving are 8 Tuesday morning was the first and
.. : passed shot to. pieces one primary, Judge Jackson recessed the !
:: ;> away in Miami Monday.Mrs. grandchildren! and i great' grand time the thermometers have je- line was shot! in two by someone Court session until December 27. I
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J _' ,,"' ,Davis was the daughter child. corded a below freezing temper. using a. rifle. II I L
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3' of the la'te-Mr.land Mrs George- ature this season. This resulted in loss .of power Small Claims CourtA I
'> Buckles .of Bunnell. She was a Local Cattlemen for some customers not only"at

;f. : native of Flagler County and ; Nancy Rodgers Mound Grove but on, the Kings total of 18 cases came before I II

:attended' the' ''schools here. She Elect Officers Road and other sections. The I the Flagler County Small I
i. had 'resided in. ,Miami for they company wishes to explain this 'Claims Court last Thursday, -
past 25 ,years. She.'was 48 years Tuesday Night ; ,New City ClerkMrs. I failure_ so 'its customers, will I Judge Charles Tonkin said; Of I

l. of age..: know, what f happened. these cases 11 were: dismissed;
Graveside 'funeral services 'will Alfred Tucker was elected Nancy Rodgers was name- Mr.: Church said this is not the six. cases ended with Judgments !

be ,held "at the Espanola; Cemetery president pi: the Flagler, County ed to serve as Clerk of) the City only time this has happened, in favor of plaintiff, and' one I

at 2 o'clock, this ,afternoon i Cattlem n's. Association at a of' Bunnell at ,the special meet. however in some cases power was continued 1
(Thursday), ,with Rev. W. L. : meeting Thursday evening. ing of the Commission on Monday has been kept going by crews Judgments rendered in favorof < I

Spicer, ,,Jrl, .pastor of the Bunnell Steve Spsirkman was electedto night There were five applications finding the"'damage before the the plaintiff in the following:
Methodist: 'Church: officiating: serve as vice president and for the position. lines failed. Bunnell Dept. Store vs. S. Mar

,"",', Survivors include! her hus. Howard Taylor' was,re-elected as Mrs. Rodgers has worked, in tin $20.99; Bunnell Dept, Storevs.

,<,.':' band, Bert'">9.vifil Miami; 'one secretary Rob Deen was named the Clerks Office as part time LEGION CHRISTMAS c: Davidson, $51.41; ".

sister, Mrs. Mildred Norman of treasurer. employee for tile past year. She PARTY MONDAYPost Hastings Potato Growers vs.
p :,:: : i DeLand; and ,one- brother, Roy Elected as, directors ,to the will replace I*. H: Drady: who 115 of The American M. R. Tucker'$45.41 Hastings Potato I
.- :! Buckles of BunnelL Also surviving State, Association were Lyman has resigned to become effective Legion will have its annual Growers vs. C H." Knight, I
/! are nine uncles and'y Gage, and :Raynjoo. T cker. the first ot the year. Christmas party and dinner for $93.22; Hastings Potato Growers i 1
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., aunts., Mr. Gage. Mr. Tucker and Mr. members, their families and in- vs. Jr W. Durrance $49.24; Hastings I I
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;-,:' Craig ,Funeral Home Is In Taylor: are planning to attend MINIATURE PLOTS TERRACED voted guests on Monday evening .Potato Growers ,vs. Cecil ,

_.',:,, charge: 'of'loca__ aaangeaents.F the directors' meeting of the Some plots .of terraced land ,, 'December 19, at 630. Brown U&38. 2 >
..110..: "" "'. Slate Cattlemen's Associationscheduled. on the island ai Bali are so The party will be at the' Bun James A. Babbitt _vs. ,.Danna

'. : Florida produced 400,000 tur .I .in Ocala Friday *i small they hold e&ly four rice Bell : Community Center, JudgeDiiaaeDeeg I and E. Scruggs for $200.08 was,

.. Jeeys-" last i :',year. this. '*eek., '> plants; each. -- > --, said to4ayr- .continued.'. 3sl B->w.t .
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"' ,, PAGE TWO THE FLAGLER TRIBUNE, BUNNELL, FLORIDA Thursday Dec. 15, I960.

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l"' '_:-*-:: Florida is, roughly', I:rate .of increase. The<< national ): CHAMPION-JERSEYS pounds of butterfat<3051daySr" -
f, : In area,
Ranks
t -v: -:,*. half; way between the largest I State :gain was '31 per .eerier" 1 l Two registered Jersey cows and Florida Onyx Good"'Hope;

* and Rhode Island I Florida paid owend by the Florida Agricultural 12, 99 pounds of milk'withtr67£s
<-:" (**, state; Alaska; "Corporations In
K;,, : ; the smallest. First in Take fI: I in income and profits taxes Experiment Station, Gaines of butterfat in 305,days.PACIFIC'S .

<- I$250,676,000, up 46 per '.cent ville, ,have completed official

:Federal Taxes while the national figure was production records giving them DEEPEST'PART

>.< : CLASSIFIED I j I only slightly above the five-year Cow Power Indexes of 13.4 and The Pacific's greatest chasm,

j: i The federal tax "take in FlorIda -I ago figure. "Employment taxes 13.1.This the Mariana Trench, is a mile
T gained 47 cent to reach $8- deeper than Mount Everest is
<: jumped 54 per cent during per indicates they producedthat
326,000 in Florida compared witha times their body high.
. : ADS !the five years from July 1955 I many
I to July of this year, well over drop in the comparable national weight in milk during this lactation : N i
: 'LUUuff under this beading are I figure. and both .have a :
very
3 cents per word each Insertion I I twice the 22 per cent"rate of I t F. ALFORD
75 cent I* minimum charge. gain for the nation as a whole,:I "Excise taxes collected in the high' efficiency rating. This Cow Registered.

.. HOUSE FOR ,SALE-3 bedroom,I I the Florida State 'Chamber of I state on beverages tobacco products : Power program is sponsored; by\t

, % 1% bath, central heat and air I Commerce reports. .J and other luxuries came the American Jersey'Cattle Club. Real Estate Broker -

"" ._ conditioned, 4 lots,*'red brick and<< I I "The total paid by Floridians to. $$1,012,000; estate taxes The cows'and their actual records Bunnell, Florida
ID 73327. I amounted to $46,448,000 and gift are Florida Onyx Bella,
> block Reduced price. into the federal till came to 1-
...: taxes to $3,951,000, all appreciably 11,286 pounds of milk with 597
: Dec. 15-22 2tpREPOSSESSED 375,761,000 during the fiscal .
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19591960. Individual Income above the 1955 figure.
FREE PAINTOne
year
PIANOS We >
taxes, including old age "During the fire-year interval, Frank & Glad'sSHOE
have two spinet pianos in this extra gallon of your choice
and disability insurance and Florida's population Increased-
vicinity, one walnut and one with each sallgr you buy REPAIRW.
employment taxes, amounted to, 32 per cent, personal income
mahogany. These. can with,be purchased $993,674,000, a gain.ot". 57 per I was up 52 per 'cents and retail Mary Carter Paint Store. 1 Block. MOODY West of BLVD.Railroad

by person good which ranked the> state at sales 45 cent." 1 General Shoe
small cent gained ;,per Also We.tffate Shopping Center Repair
,,' credit, by making deposit I
the top of all large states in
., and small monthly payments. ---

Inquire Thompson Music Co.,

:: ,- 345 N. Orange Ave. Phone GA0'45T7"

'. i2-15-22-2tc' Orlando. this weeks; \ I.j AREA BUSINESS DIRECTORYAUTO l', I


FOR SALE-3 bedroom frame I I
SERVICE CLEANERS FURNITURE
/ patterns.
100' 75' lot $2800.00 on >
home;, x ,
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,Highway 11. Robert L. Wilker- \ ITAUDUYUNf "V"ST McDANIEL'S BUNNELL CLEANERSEVERY Ormond Bedding and .
\ +L. iVV jA.. j\ 1 Furniture Co. .
son, ID 73673.1215222tp CLEANING '
, .. Service Station SERVICE Substantial Discount on All

--.'- ---. --- Young Date Charmer -
I STANDARD OIL PRODUCTS Onn Dally; S to 6
PRE CHRISTMAS SALE-Tremendous I .
Phone ID 7-3188 R. S. ROBENBERRY, Owner
_f
Tires-Batteries-Minor Repairs
reductions son new 5- 115 N. Bay St. Bunnell 69 Granada, Ormond Ben. OR 7-6411'

Baldwin pianos and organs. Bunnell ID 7.7119
Come see us today for your CONCRETE PRODUCTS GARDEN SHOP

. Christmas and year round pleas, Biddle Gulf ServiceGASOILLUBRICATION Gray's Garden Center

ure. Open Friday evenings. De Your "Q" For Concrete Headquairera for Gardening Xeeda

cember '16 and 23rd. Thompson GULF TIRES & BATTERIESOpen Dial CL 3-8113 Ceramics, Gifts. Dry Arrangement

I :Music Co., 134 Volusia,Ave. Daytona 1A99 ...,, Materials
7 A.M.-IO P.1L 7 DaysState Annuals
10.20 DAYTONA BEACH Shrubbery Fertilizers
Beach. CL 2-8215 I
I &Lambert US 1-ID 7-7190 TORO LAWN MOWERS
15-22-2tc
Dec.
Quillian's: Concrete, Inc. 147 Tomoka Avenue-Ph, OR 7-0511

/ FOR SALE-Your best buy in I Colonial Service StationEARL ORMOND

town. New 2 bedroom home. Tile E. RICE. Proprietor DRUG STORES HARDWARE : -
'S
bath, electric kitchen, screened GAS-OIL=:LUBRICATION

porch, terrazzo floor, ,extra big,; MOTOR TUNE: -UP Anderson, Drugstore THAT FAMOU'SPAINT

garage 'with shower and toilet GOODYEAR TIRES & BATTERIESu. Prescriptions Exclusively at..

on water front lot. Third houseon t HIW AT 1 BUNNELL- Sick Room Supplies --I FLAGLER BEACH

:. ,Avalon Ave., in Venice Park.
AND Sullivan's Gulf Service. Sundries HARDWAREFlagler

3 bedroom home, 2 tiled baths, GULF BUNNELL Beach HE 9.2103

'. big electric kitchen, Florida GAS-OILS=i.unn ATIoNTIRESTUBESACCESSORIES
I room, 2 single garageS:and work t tf' Information ;Moodys! .PHarmacy Village, *H5Wwao Center
Beach
.. shop or boat house on waterfront "Specia izing in Service and Flagler County's Corner Drug store HOUSE PAINTS .
lot. ThinT house on Lantana -, s r.: (?o) a Clean Rest Rooms" PRESCRIPTIONS Match and mix any color
In The Heart of Flaglor Beach
i Ave., VeriIce Park. See 1f r L f' DRUGS-SUNDRIES Builder's 'Supplies Kitchenworo:

; EmU Huber, builder, Lantana AUTO REPAIRS GIFTS GREETING CARDS

Ave., HE. 92196.. 12.15-tf FOUNTAIN SERVICE AIA Ormond Beach CL 2-0420 .
EDGAR'S GARAGE BunnelL Flo. Phone ID 7-3681
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6 FOR_SALE-Flagler Beach house l Z4-Hour Towing Service .. JEWELER

p.:' party furnished. Two bedrooms, COMPLETE AUTO ,REPAIRS ORMOND PRESCRIPTION .
I. O. F.
[ :: CCB, large lot, located on Palmetto Automatic Transmission Service PHARMACYSick BEACH '
'" Wheel. Balancing--Front End Jeweler
: Ave. in Venice Park. Price
rj' Room Sundries
Alignment Supplies- Elgin Watches-Diamonds
"'.. $8,500.00. Call Ed Mathews, 24O Granada Ormond-OR ''f0sD3AUTOMATlC'TRANSMISSION 24-Hour' Prescription Service Exceptional Gifts

Gainesville FR 69064. Free Delivery in Flagler Beach Watch
Repairs-Engraving
Dec I-TO' Dress Pofftrn No. Rt AlA 1 ml. North of
1499 date ORMOND BEACH-Tel. OR 7-1661 48 W. Granada Ormond Beach
Young
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FOR SALE-Charming new 2 charm/-'A new HOLLY HILLHYDROMATIC OR 7-2384 .
bedroom home In Flagler Beach. 1 tide buttoning style SERVICE Thompson PharmacyYour

Tile roof, terrazzo: floors, stylish 142C09 / with dipped wa/tf- Repairing Rebuilding Health Is Wealth PAINTING CONTRACTOR
--"
T Hut, short slaves :
kitchen-dining room. Sodded Put YourPRESCBIPTlONS
or none. Central Florida first pe UlUt In R.
waterfront lot: direct access to No. 1499 with PHOTO-GUIDE It In.lz. AUTOMATIC TRANSMISSIONS Moody
Inland Waterway. Take 2nd St. .. 10 12, 14 16. 18 20. Iud 31 to, 1239 Ridgewood OR 7-1381 Holly. Hill In Our Hands_
40. Size 12, 32 turf, slav.l.u/ / 4%
to end, turn rt. $12,800. Contact Ormond Drop A: Prescription Shop PAINTING
of 35, 36 39-Inch..
yard, or 141 W. Granada-Ormond 7.1421
local broker or P:Q. Box 457, ..dUwork Pattern No. 142 Tfc. BAR AND PACKAGE STOREBAMBOO. .
Phone ID 7-3240
Flagler Beach, Fla. Dec. 1-tf gay erocfotorf scuffs ere oatf end lnxp .
.n -. FOR RENT Unfurnished: large; direction for small medium, and largo Walgrea AgencyPRESCRIPTIONS
f 2-bedroom garage apartment.Call sizes stitch lUudr fion.. BAR & COCKTAIL RADIOTELEVISIONPAUL'S
Send 35c for ouch dress poH+fitr 2ie
HE 9.2318 or see Zeke for och ,fi..d/.worlr pattern odd lOc LOUNGE Sick Room Sundries RADIO & TV
Chaffee. 11-17-tf for each pattern for tint class mailing)to Open Under New Management Supplies Atenna Sales & Installations
19 W. Granada Ormond Beach
AUDREY LANE BUREAU. Depf, "NWNS- .. Ave
FOR RENT furnished'2 bedroom 367'Wt,t Adam Street, Chicago 6, ,u. Come In and Get Acquainted OR T-C2&O '---:.-' Authorized Sales RCA VictorWe

one bath house, Daytona Ave., Ocean Bird AlA Flagler, Beach FLORISTS repair all other TV A Radl act ;
Flagler Beach. Completely ren THE OUTBOARDER 1370 Ocean Blvd AlA j

ovated. $65.00 per month. Keys I Authorized Etrlnrude Dealer FLAGLER BEACH Blacks Flower Shop Ormond Beach OR 7-2852

S can be picked up. at Sullivan's BOATS ACCESSORIES REPAIRS I HOTEL BAR 2 blocks west' of Railroad on I !

Gulf .Station. :Nov 10-tf Dockage Storage Vree Ramp NURSERY 1
... WE FINANCE "The Meeting Place Moody, turn right on Forsythe
FOR RENT on the ocean 1 ands I Wagon Wheel NurseryShade ,
of' County"
825 Ballougb. Rd-DaytoiuOJfj L Flagler Flowers for All Occasions Trees, Potted Plants .
2 bedroom apartments,completely ,
furnished utilities included. Jim and Yvonne Serrisg" Bunnell Phone ID 7-3348 Shrubs .. 1

f- Sensible rate day. week, month, it Jflaglrr mrU rarBUX3TH11 dollar 1.000 plant you spend.free; one Thousand with' every of \;

.{. or permanent. Sun Sea Motel I BOTTLEGAS FUEL OILKiNG'S rarities at reduced price Beat In '

.,' formerly Flagler, Manor)w915tf FLORIDA HARRIS BOTTLE GAS US town.S. P.8. 1 ITvry 0...... Peaefc '\,
; TRUCK STOP f
1,
-- BOTTLE or BULK PHILLIPS 66 GAS & OILS TRAVEL AGENCY :
II" :. TANK cleaning MRS. M. B. FULLER Editor FLAGLER COUNTY'S ONLY t
SEPTIC reasonable

in the on
Delivery County
ORMOND BEACH I
rates. George Jarosz,Phone HOME OWNED GAS COMPANY
Fuel Oil Kerosene Tractor Fue '
,
.' ID 7-3410 616128.tp Dealaaat Oflelal Pabtteati: PHONE ID 7.3551 TRAVEL AGENCY, Inc.

.... --- tar PBfcHe Hetlec *f ,Flade* Help Hester County Gew Gasoline Air. Bu '& Steamship Tickets '
- '#, 'Ce..f7; MaalrtiaHRea' tfcerela HomeBUILDING 11.S. 1 N.. Bnnnell ID 7-3676 Tour and Crues-World Wide >I
By Sboppiag at Domestic Airline Ticket Always
JOHNsT-V N's -, sad tJa&tate .fM F1.t&aBatered Available at no Extra Charge

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widows, bus driver?. People that Castro: was sincere, would portant role in the economic development I slovakians, who have come to

a::1 Too Late from all walks of life,.who were :keep his promises and aid his of the United:s tes.1 take over. '-

stockholders in the corporationsthat f country and his people. The that
Instead of the promised .white star of. hope, ,
invested hundreds of mil...I Each, year the number oft .1
t"eaiS
; I To Classify lions in Cuba. These humble> American tourists visiting Cuba dom and expanded economy promised so much ago
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stockholder "imperialists" real- increased and American tourist Castro so glibly promised Cubais has turned to blood-red. Fear
By Russell KayCastro police state dominatedby and hate have marched in to
I now a ,
,. ized ,.a'very small return on Cuban j'j dollars'poured into that country
Communists. Her tourists if stifle the and freedom the '
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I of millions peace
investments. In some in- to the tune many' ,
followers, both here they may be called such are people of Cuba want and de-
income
increased
and around the world, might stances less than three percent. [giving and
now Russians, Chinese, Czecho- serve. :
to thousands
of
come to. their senses if they These are the people the j employment j

would take ,time ,out from their faced brigand robbed when he Cubans. whose income nourished ,
screaming, yelling and shooting took over 92 per cent of American I on tourist dollars to hotels, restaurants .

long enough to ponder; over a properties in Cuba. The total motels, transportationI INSIRE-SUy Insured & Rest Assured. -

few figures recently released by loss to date is estimated at I interests, shopkeepers and count-

the Department of Commerce. $70 million or 92 per cent of all i less .local industries.
I(American property in Cuba. I Foreign investments provided GET THE BEST PROTECTION FROM .
What.is this Yankee Imperialism I savings, skills and managerial 'I' :
the 'United
For States .
,, aggression and exploitation I years i leadership which were essentialfor I .
I I government has paid Cuba a H. T. COOK AGENCY i
that. Mr. Castro screams about? the economic development of
: '. premium price for and
sugar
:; In 1957 U.S. firms spent nearly protected this island industry by foreign Cuba, just capital as in the.played.last century an im, I Citizens lank Btdg. Bunnell Florida .1 iI i

$300 million for'the: purchaseof I sharply limiting the amount of I

materials and supplies in' sugar American sugar growers I II II
Cuba. Paid out, $170 million to could grow and sell. Florida
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Cuban workers in wages and particularly has felt the pinchin

salaries.. Paid Cuba $70 million I not being permitted to expand C

in taxes. Gave. employment to its sugar industry even f

160,000 Cubans. I when we were willing to compete

Returns on this tremendous with Cuba in spite of its

investment netted these companies I. favored subsidy.

less than five per cent. Goodwill toward Cuba on the,

Who were these capitaliststhat part of the American people was

Castro ,charges .raped Cuba and never' greater than when Castro

wrecked the economy? took over A large percentageof

They were American investors, the American people! sympa-

nearly five million of them, thized with his Revolution and I

farmers, doctors, school teachers, gave it their blessing, feeling .
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: On the picturesque east bluff overlooking the Mississippi where .
t gthe river swings farthest to the,west, stands the,city of Quincy Illinois. ,. Wilson Crisprite or Saory- .

. .. %Here' tav1673,. Marquette ,and, Joliet. PIle their trip of exploration r- FAB '.. -' SLICED BACON Cello Ib' :49c
at the Sac and Fox and here traders ,
stopped village came from
I St. Louis to'barter for furs. ,NECK BONES or PIG TAILS 5 lbs 95c

..f .' '. In 1821;'John.Wood 'a native\- of 8,750 in non-manufacturing 99 r World's BestHAMBURGER .
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f....to tavtMate the clairr>of a friend the'downtown,business district
who""had been granted a land dates from the'original planning ill in iii I ill i
Limit with $5.00 food order
\ ; bounty' in the ,:Military Tract a the city., On the vest side is the. one

S large' tract of land in Western statue, of Jolla, Wood first' settler 50 FREE
>. <) Illinois set aside by Act of Congress and twelfth::governor of Illinois.
s : ... ; for bounties for soldiers On the'east :side is a plaque com 25 FREE S TOP VALUE STAMPSTOP

: : ; from the War ,of 1812. Wood?be- memorating the"'sixth of the debates VALUE STAMPS with SSJOQ food order or more and this coupon
i&came .*Quinces first permanent between Lincoln and Douglas Limit ose to a family
with the
1., whtte'settler.and here he met Wil- on,October-13., 1858.The purchase 'of
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"- J J lard Keyes, a Vermonter Other Historical Building once ANY .BROOM or MOP SAME
: : settlers came and the site became John: woos home,now houses an .at, SHELTONS: DDRESS -
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j. : location.. ,and materials pertaining to local
1 Today e Quincy is a,city of 41,450 history The Moorish Villa Katherine -
population. the county seat and another point of interest was
RIGHTS
QUANITY
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S :Ia ak directions.. It is a center for: dream castle of a young engaged RESERVED

; #;ra ay specialized professional! couple, the ,siyle.,commemorating PRICES GOOD
: -- sendee*..fa the, fields of,'accountifig -I their romance en the aInnyshoresof'te
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7.law... medicine 'and surgery.Agricultural. I of the bride-f :be ruined the l DecI6.17,1960STOB. ,

_' ,_ ..crops produced. In 1 dream ,and .after, many vicissitudes ,HOURS
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known
;, + Adams: soyb I the MOL t>3ur FrL-8 AJ4.-6:45, P.M.
. .!'it;.. : -:-. : n8; oats wheat," hay, ,cattle.-j bec me-the property of the Quincy.lurk I
... : Sat. 8 AM. 9 P. M.
-t. ,begc. paultry'an&! dairy !. District. now serving tbeneishiwwbood

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:; FLAGLER BEACH'METHODIST FLAGLER BEACH .
-' Mr. and Mrs Gaylor was en
'.' BAPTIST CHURCH .
.j CHURCH route from their home in Ala-I
The Heart, of Christmas" Will' ,bama to visit their son who is MOODY BLVD. & CENTRAL AVE. '.
Hoover,' minister ,at the .
Rev. Reynold be presented Baptist stationed airforce base
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'Sunday, Dec 18r, /9:30 church Church on December;21, at' 7 o' there. The an accident occurred: I FLAGLER BEACH FLORIDAPRICES

: school; 10:30 morning worship clock by the Sunday school and about 15 miles from the son"shome. GOOD Thurs.-Fri.-Sat. Dec. .15-16-17
.f '. ." SerYice. Sermon,theme: "The church choirs. There will be s -
Drama of the Incarnation. ." recitations and Christmas-carols Funeral services were held at 10 oz. Maxwell House

- .:;: On Wednesday, Dec. 21, at 6 sung .by. all church choirs. The Lanette last Wednesday, .
., -.; P.M.: the children of the 'Methodist choirs are to do some caroling Survivors include his widowof INSTANT ,F : .

:.,' Sunday school 'will: meet on Friday evening and meet for Lanette; one daughter, Mrs. 99'COFFEE
at the home of Key and Mrs. their Christmas party after. Robert Owens, Flagler Beach; jar
Hoover to go caroling, 'after The church socials which have two sons, Tech Sgt.' Robert M.
'., .__ which they will return. :to the been held in the church base- Gaylor of TexaSj and William ,
: Hoover home for ,a Christmas ment each Saturday evening Gaylor of Laneiie Limit, One $5.00 or ,More Food Order -
have been chaperoned by Rev. ,.
party. I r y. w -
.. The Christmas Cantata directed and Mrs. Millard Brock They i 46 oz. Hawaiian .
have been increasing in attendance (Continued. on Page 9) 'f $ '
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companied by Theodore Weber each week since they were for

:.'" at 'the organ, which was presented started. 21/2 Can OsagePEACHES, ,

at the Baptist Church in BJackvell'sRestaurant '
,''-,-a -Bunnell last Sunday evening, Arriving this week from South 5 for $100
Bend, Ind., will be Mr. and Mrs '
will be. repeated at the :Flagler 2i/2 Can _
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.:Burkholder and, daughter,
Beach Methodist Church (Wom Ray :
: 'an's Club building) on the eve- Janet Sue to spend the'holidays 18th St. & AlA SOUTHERN_ YAMS S'.for. $100
: ning of Dec 18. I with their son in law ,and Flagler Beach
daughter, Mr. and Mrs. William Shurfresh -
"The Star StllU Shines, a SHRIMP
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Tribune, would like to emphasize that it was not the intention to :' ..
MONEY AND CHILDREN: A KEY PROBLEM AT 65 .
offend or to embarass any one individual or the present County Commissioners -
.. will not agree with every- the idea of compulsory r t1re-
. ;- YOU that follows here. meat that they are washed' up ". concerning the present welfare program The sole pur- :

'..-: 1. Retired parents who have the after 65 so far as a job is con- pose of the letter was to bring to the attention of the public the .
': ., fewest visits from their children cerned. They are conceding that
and the financial the ,
seriousness not
complications, only affecting -
; far the .
are In the main those who (1) hey ,are washed up so as
,. have no money; (2) have already pleasure of, life that money ,can _. hospital but the taxpayers and ,voters who elect our present form 'r. '. _

given away their money or their buy are concerned. And moneycan I of-local government that administers over policies and, management '
businesses to their children; and buy pleasure after 65. J.I .
(3) revealed to their children the 6,' Retired parents who have I of finances. '"

provisions of their wills. money a house or other propertyto .
2. Retired parents who are vis- pass on to their children seldom I ,

ited most frequently by their'children realize that they have a monkey I The welfare problem is a serious one indeed. The. present : : .
-i are In the main those ,who i wrench that can wreck their family program :
:" have a little money-or give the as well as sugar that can is not sufficient especially in emergencies and! the extended hospital -,,,' i
soothe it. Wealth that is given
impression they have and who
that is involved in There is
to child care so many cases. no provision T
smIle knowingly but say nothing with partiality one or a
whenever the children seek to find will that decrees an unequal dis- 'made when the local law enforcement officers. bring to our emergency : -- ,

out how the is going to be tribution of wealth among all the that services '
money. f room, patients require emergency X-rays-suture .
children can split the family beyond
left. repair. No matter how precious of severe wounds-dressings and medications that are a necessity. At :'- '
3. Retired couples and do, .
can. :
pass substantial sums of cash one child has been and how I ;; the end of the year these services add up to a large sum. There ., .

_' along to their children during, their disappointing. that treats the all other, ,the same the couple in- ..,'. (also is no provision made for transient emergency care which is especially -/'
lifetimes and with the advice of '
the distribution of its money is .- ';. a problem during the harvesting season.
a good lawyer do it without paying a t. !
a gift tax. This is a Santa Claus the one that does most to per :
the :
technique. It is good economicsand petuate family. .
bad psychology since Santa 71; There is no scheme for leav- It is increasingly difficult for the hospital :to maintain good sere:: '' .
Claus is a forgotten man from ing money to children-or at least : t':( :-- .
none rye been able to find that ice and to remain solvent under these circumstances. ;
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Dec. 23 of one year to Dec. 15 of .' ;!
then is better than an iron-clad will .. .
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grandchildren named,after them This entails a lawyer's fee inheritance As we have stated previously have never refused anyone who :- ,L

are in general parents who (1) other court taxes costs and probate stupid costs de :required emergency treatment, but to this date it..has become, anr.fi.." :'
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have money (2) give the impression lays. Still I know of nothing bet- -ever increasing financial burden, and it should not be the; hospital' : .. ,r.= -
they have (3) let it
be known they haven't money written a ter. In writing a will it is usuallyan 'alone to stand the -high cost of drugs, supplies and hospitalization ?
act of vanity and seldom of
will yet; and (4) let it be known :if needed. ,'. i
practical value for the retired .
par-
they have a will but may RE- .. .
ents to specify how the money can .
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be used. If it ,
you are giving away, .
5. It is characteristic of most
retired people that they start give it. And trust to the' good In many circles since the appearance of the last letter, the ques- -

hoarding their money somewhere what sense to,of do your with children itFr to know tion has arisen concerning the cost of hospitalization and the num- '?

between 65 and 70. in order to ber of days that a person is confined. The national average length
a espy of the new Golden Tears
have more to pass on to.their children .
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when they die. 'People who booklet cent la by coin Th(ne m.*.amps. Collins) to (name send 89 ef 'of stay for a person confined'to a hospital in 1959 was 7,8 days. -.. t

do this are endorsing in: theory newspaper Station New), Bex York 16 17..j.N.Grand Y. Central The Flagler Clinic & Hospital averages for the past 11 months of ::; ::

--- 1960 was 8.6 days per patient. This is indeed not in excess due -.. f

Florida produces ,for market Florida leads all states. in to the type of' care. involved in the treatment of .the acute emer- J
I. ,. sweet than commercial production of watermelons
more peppers any ; : .
gencies that 'w' have to cope with. Also please take ,into 'consid-J'
other state. one of the gourd family.; '- ,'
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eration the, lengthy confinement several nursing home paUentsthat .

r :: : we had ;to'admit during the past 11 months. ,*"- : ,
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:. '. 1 The cost per patient day' has also been discussed. In the 'surrounding -
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GIVE HIM A j,:Y. i counties the average cost to care for one patient in a 24-

; -; hour period ranges between 26.00 to 30.00. The cost here, at ,the

McCULLOCHCHAIN J S hospital; is figured on 27.47 per 24 hours per patient, well within .

r '.' 1 .1.: : the regional average. x :
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SAW : ; present Flagler. Hospital ;-.allocated

rMaco bythe State .Board of Health the sum of 15.00 per daylthat is

;, !i'approved. "' for hospital :confinement of approved welfare cases After

t FREE' '. FOK -< 'j # January 1, 1961, we intend to file with the State Board of Healthfor

r an increase of 12.47 j>er day whereby we will at least meet '
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our cost, with no provision for emergency care.
;, Radio complete with

'.batteries,given with AS LOW AS I ,

each McCuIIpch '., 'i. '
The hospital will continue. to.work with the County and State

saw pur '$14995"141.chaln *. Health authorities and give tEes best' possible patient care which, so
chased before De-
many of our residents are in dire need of.
1 'cember 25! I -

J If there should be any questions or criticisms, concerning; the

THE NEWMcCULLOCH I present welfare! program, please feel free to contact me or any: of the -

attending Physicians staff. We-sincerely::hope that the citizens will ;"' ;

I avail. themselves ,of this opportunity to securer. ; information that they .:' .
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i .1 We will welcome and appreciate any recommendations or suggestions .

1 that will help a third indigent program assist us to cover -

..: i the emergencies and extended hospitalization that at this time pre- -

;: sents a problem and will continue to in the future. s "

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t'. f''1 ...3". ./1'H:,Weather-proofed: ": Ignition New easy-to-reach' chain. ..-.f-" .,- 1 f.t and. the" income from -patient care. !1 .. ;

for fast starts oHer' ::. ; : : i i
Takes bars to 24 and JdHtrpmrvV '
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: ::' Visiting here Saturday with I!(Attends State "-., :._.:' : "f Bunnell Girls Win I

-{ ., Mrs, Maude Holland were her, f I
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,' ", sisters, :Miss Carrie been arid [ : ; : I
Meet V !
'. Mrs. Connie Seville of:/Gaine s-; Mosquito -. Second Straight S
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jLOCAL S$. r 1 (By Leslie Pache) .
Mr. and Mrs. James D. Craig Sr.
y Chairman George Moody, ; The Bunnell girls with Sheila I
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and :Mr. and Mrs. M. B. Fuller and Secretary Lyman L. Gage
Westbrook in good form scoring;
":, were dinner guests ,of Mr. and j lof the East Flagler :Mosquito 15 -..I
points with her
understudy
MRS. KNIGHT HOSTESS, I JURKOWSKAMADZIRA !Mrs. John F. Jones in Ormond )f Control District Board were in -
7 ;
Sue King who scored points I
AT WOMAN'S' SOCIETY OF I Of interest to their friends is Beach Thursday evening. I Vero Beach Friday attending
won their second straight
gameof
_ CHRISTIAN SERVICE MEET I the announcement of the marriage ? semi-annual state meeting held
I the season. Also :Molly Ricks
,', TwentY.three members of the of Mrs. :Maryann Jurowska IDLEWOOD CLUB TO : there.
had 13 and Barbara Weaver 7 of
;; Woman's Society. of: Christian of Chicago, 111., :to lwf Frank HOLD CHRISTMAS -; The day included a tour of the points. -

Service ,met at the home* f Mrs. Madziara of Bunnell. PARTY THURSDAYThe 'the laboratory, a field tour, and

Walter Knight, Haw Creek Wed- Thecouple were married on Christmas, party for members several lectures by members of I| Sandy Gumble Grace Steflik,

nesday morning for a business November 25, 1960; in Chicago of the Idlewood Club and the' state board. The next meet- and Linda Revels played a

k meeting and Christmas party. They will make their home on. their husbands will be held tonight ing will be held-in Key West :;sturdy game at guard. Miss. .
1 I Bradley used all of her players..
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:Mrs. Knight was assisted, by her Deen Road In Bunnell.: at the home of Mr. and I
f With the season to into full ".
daughter, Mrs. Tommy'Durrance, Mrs. Jimmy Kelly, Old Haw I I go,
t Highway Deaths swing in January, the girls can-
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,in caring for her guests. ROYAL NEIGHBORS Creek Road. '

Mrs. Knight's home ,wasbeau- HOLD BUSINESS The evening will include a go all lthe way. \

I tif ully decorated ,With Christmas MEETING MONDAY'. turkey dinner with all the trimmings Film Shown Lions :i S. Cowart with 10, and E.

flowers and greenery. She erv- The Royal Nelgrbora held their and a ,gift exchange. .i Crosby with 14 were high' scorers. .:

t : ed a tempting sweet course ap-. last business meeting of the among the members.Mrs. The Bunnell Lion's Club met for Taylor.l- '' .
Bunnell FG FT F T
', ; propriate to the holiday season. year at the home of Mrs. Eugenia I Monday with more than 20 in | ..

:.-' A Christmas story VA Shoe- I Allen. Following the business Gladys Deen has returned attendance.The :;M. Ricks5,8'3 '13
I P. Niesen 12: 1 3
', J maker's Dream," was given by meeting, Mrs. Allen served to her home here after a program was presentedby "" ..' ;*. '
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'S. Westbrook5.8. 5 15
k.-: :Mrs. Lee Blakely. Christmas ca. tempting refreshments to her visit in Miami with her son and Troopers Joel R. Watkins and ,t .

.: rols 'were sung by the members guests. daughter; in law, Mr. and Mrs. G. 'H. Neely of the Florida High- :S. King 3/4. :, 1 7B
Weaver 3" 1 T
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s present. Plans were made for the Stanley Deen and family; way Patrol. A colored sound _
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.u... I A. Tucker ,
I :: Mrs. S. E. Green was welcom- Christmas party atthe home of ,film was shown titled "Deathon a

r ', :- ed as a new member of the Mrs.: Minnie Howell on Monday CARD OFJTHANKS the Highway." It was a film !is. Townsend 01" 1 '2 a>-., 2 ..
f's. Gumble 0 .'
f?:+(; : : society. night, December 19, at 7:30. We would like to express our showing the gruesomeness, dev- IT. : :, -
Sheffield Q' ,
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"" t gratitude to our friends for the ,station, tragedy,,and human destruction -
G. Stenik. -
r' Visiting here 'two' days last a Mrs. George Biddle was transferred !many expressions of sympathyand of the automobile. The ; .1f" '.
iL. Revels ft
week with Mrs. Maude Holland, Wednesday. from the local the flowers, sent during our scenes were of actual wrecksJ i '
.. !M. Steflik : '. 0
.. and members of her family, hospital to The Restorium recent -bera ven ent. J and their .victimsnot appealing .,. :, rtt
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( were Mr. ,and Mrs.. P. A. Johnson Convalescing Home, 434 South Your thoughtfulness is deeply to the mind nor appetite, I IS. 'WadsworthI ., .t.-.: t,a".:: 0 '

1.. of Bartow. Ridgewood, Daytona Beach. Mrs. appreciated. but revealing .as to the destruct- ,1 f >*, 8,15 --
,<.: Biddle been in the Mrs. Robert Owens I 11 47
has a patient Mr. and iveness of one of, man's modem "

f, George Biddle, who has been hospital for the past six months. and family. I conveniences. I'I Taylor -:: : FG FT F T ; "

t a patient in the local hospital (( __ _-_. ._ Oover: 1,000 of these accidents''S. Cowart4.' : .. 8: 2. 10

,', ': for the past several weeks has Mr. and Mrs. Robert Smedley CARD OF THANKS 1 occurred each day in 1959. Autos j jL. Deen i 1< 2 1 3

, been discharged from the hos I and children, Dick,'- John, and I .want to thank everyone for have killed more people in 50 t(E. Crosby ", 66 14
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pital and is now"at. the home Gwyn, of Laurel Md., are arriving the beautiful flowers, gifts, and years, than all the wars since 1(M. Sweart 0.2-0. 0

i' of his son in Jaw ,and .daughter,J this weekend for,a holi cards, received. during my illness the Civil War put together. Two I I J. McMillian : '_'"... ." 0 :

f,, : ,, Mr. and Mrs. Lawrence Upson, day _visit with -herparents, Mr. in' the hospital. cars hitting head on at ,60 mph f B. Randall : \. 1'0 _;

:. in Daytona, Beach. and Mrs.. O..D. Robertson. Mildred Landers. ..:. creates the same force as driving -', B. Hallman ,. -_,. .- ; 0 .,jI

L. ,.',- -'If' ..>.-. r.-, ,,' ,..,. --.. .", "!t a car off of the top. of a I lB. Newman .'r ; 0 .: .
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A. Robinson
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& -; .-.. _, .. .. ,. '. ... .;(ai, ;_.' .;,t..... = W. McLean 0i& _
still the of these
major cause accidents
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" .... Bunnell i fif-.- 13' -6' 13 *"15 47
: .; ) I '. ,U4'"ht s." '.-' ...,. I .t. ....A.':'J.I fS!'. .'., ...in the car With;, them- ,' and '
mechanical oiallures in autos Taylor 5. 6 10 6 27
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that* are not fit to be on the The Bulldogs .joys dropped .
their first*game!>'of the seasonto
road. One warning was to parents -
Taylor High 46 to 29.
1 y their
: leeting youngsters .
enovgh The Bulldogs were colder than:
.other
'. 'If have $50 cars or cheap
.-' \ ; .. ., : .1, ., ones which are not mechanically the weather., They couldn't find
-. : the basket while Taylor High .
t: *t. .1'' safe. This is one 'of the
:: was poison on the foul line,
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4.. ,. .,'. 'L sF1. prime causes in teenage accidents
t., \Jf sinking 18 put of 37 foul shots. -
-,. and de ths.J .
1 .1.::1fj. GIVE BETTER J The film also reminded' the Ronnie Canakaris and Mike.

<. ._, McMillan had 9 points each.
alcoholic
>;; beverage consuming
f:. ELECTRICALLY I Americans that it is still a ma Randy Morris "and Jerry Burn- ., .

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,: -. ', ', jor cause of accidents. In one sed tried to warm up the BUll-

, at This Christinas be a thoughtful giver. large city S& per cent of its dogs but to no avail, as Tony

... Choose modern,carefree electric ,traffic accidents involved those I wells, 13, and Johnnie Gamble-
12, and Parker 8 kept
who had had one or more drinks Rusty ,
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gifts-give better, electrically! -
: Taylor High in full steam. -
"The brain wobbles, long before
An electrical gift says all the nice Y. :.: )- the legs wobble." I The Bulldogs next game will-! I

r: _, .:. things that words cannot express. J \ The :Military Service Is quite be away with Father LopezA -, I I

'It keeps on giving all through the year. s J a concerned about the traffic ac- I &' B boys. Time: 7:00; Friday
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service night, December 16.. !
cidents for it has more .
There are marvelous selections in all s:: .. '. :w. .:. ?: men ,killed while on leave in I Bulldogs FG. FT F Pts !
prices' and for every age and interest. Craig 1 (L 0 2
,'. qq automlbles than in service. l I
'- \ These are our boys that we wor- .Holland '.- 0 r (T 7 Of I
., 'j. :,/. :>: .. H. Kuleskl 1-0O2- : .. I I
about to war.
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,..,'.:.::, ..,:-'r--: s Discussion had on putting J. Burnsed 1102: I
was
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governors on cars, revoking
'I VISIT YOUR ELECTRIC APPLIANCE DEALER 4 / > '
R. Canakaris3'
I licenses permanently, and other ". 4' 39R. : \
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,:' II D BLENDER D ICE CREAM FREEZER, I
," 'Ii' R. Robertson1 3 IS '" !
-' O BOTTLE.WARMER 0 STEAM-DRY IRON rection, but it all ended up being -

-. .' D BROILER 0 JUICE EXTRACTOR I 4'ca mainly the responsibility of B. Moody : "V;, 100, 2, .1
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_.;.: OPENER '
; :- I D CAN 0 KNIFE SHARPENER wheeL
the at the driver's
one
,. 0 CLOCKS .Q UASSAGERAIBRATDR. Y <
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: :a';, 10 COFFEE GRINDER D MEAT GRINDER 1' k rM r The film said we should be"De :. I .12f16. >tf 29' I
; J. .1 10 COFFEE MAKER Q POWER TOOLS I I A xt .fensive Drivers," being preparedfor Taylor j. .. FGlFT F Pts.
: ,I Q CORN POPPER D RADIO.. -- .
\:': I FRYER I A '- what the oilier car may do. M.Gerrand '. 0 2/0 0 I
"z.-, 0 DEEP FAT 0 RECORD PLAYER *a awn U .
'" I I D FOOD MIXER 0 ROTISSERIE I I Amt-n. This truly is a moral obliga- I R. Parker '- ; 3' 2 2.1 8. i

: .. I O 0 FOOD HAIR DRYER SUCER 0 0 SAUCEPAN"a SANDWICH GRILL'I I? "" 7P tion of each driver to be the Newman _' 0' 4 1 1. I!

.' :'.. I. D HEATING PADQWTPLATE SHAVER : best and safest driver possible.The I B. Smelt 0 10 ,4 4 : I

' Y.. ;'. 0 TOASTER 'S.. 'S- 4 scenes of mutilated bodies LoU, Spence::', 0 O* 0 .0 ,
: :.. ,; 'I ,0 ICE. CRUSHER, 0 WAFFLE IRON :;- !
-" I ; I and twisted steel did not add North4: 0433

.ti?; I and for that Special Gift ///j: to the gayety and enjoymentthat II. Gamble ;+.j-" 5 2 212 I
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t ;I' D ALL-ELECTRIC KITCHEN :; ,- :
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I Lions before the film, but we're ilL McClellan: 2004 ,

'I b confident that it made each one 1

free booklet f/ drive more safely upon leavingthe '0--:: 14 3718 4G :

." "Treasury of Christmas; meeting. BunnellS 7 8 629 !

", Ideas"wa lighten Taylor -j
1313T46NAME
your I The third and final Turkey
._ ,p+ work and brighten yourhoSday.FreVatelsctrf g I!
,, Shoot, sponsored by the Lions,
r will be held Saturday, December BELIES NATURE I Io
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__ cal apgae.dealers.
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>:' .. i its naturev This handsome

In 1840 there was a camp of ,little birds rarely attacks spar-

:" U. S. Regulars at BristoL During rows or other birds, but lives

the War Between the States largely on insects. Sparrow

/ ., r ,L 0' I B .A POWER' & LISNT greMPANY, I the Confederates manned six; hawks often circle the edges oTbnwfe
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_-t.--:: ..:: ;: .-- HZLPINB10ULD FLORIDA =cannon Battery ,
State Park Aged by the flames. '
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PAGE. EIGHT : _..THE FLAGLER TRIBUNE, BUNNELL, FLORIDA .: :;, ,/' Thursday Dec: "15,' -1960 ;
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of' who sparred with .Ingemar Jo- .. _. .. __. ... I
Replica Munty .
Famed Pianist at I
i/1u1 I hanasson, Williams knows what j r FRED)A.:

::,. Famed Bounty has On I his musical public wants and he I
Peabody gives it to them \ "FRUiiS"l i

Nail of Original ShipA MMfl" I i i j Tickets for.the Daytona Beach DIAMONDS

': January NinthRoger i concert are on sale at the Pea- J

A duplicate of the H.M.S. .BY.TAeC1d% e&. [: body Auditorium box office. YJ'N.YJ'J'.._......... _._...J\1'J'rl

t Bounty victim of the famous Williams, the renowned f. .
munlty, is under sail for Ta- ,From Flora Mercer, LaGrange, pianist who has become the top
hiti with a nail from the original Wyoming: I remember seeing my !recording instrumentalist of all-1 j I i
mother and grandmother work ;
vessel as part of her hull. time and one of the nation's;!
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in the
long hours summer cutting
The bronze nail was ham- and paring apples and peachesfor favorite concert artists will appear -1 1 1I J unr WIFE DOG5NT DONTT KNOW IWTPOOUCS YOUPSEtFTO .,

meral into the vessel during the drying. If the crops were good, J' in person in "An Eveningfor UNDERSTAND 0 5 ME. KKiOA/WONT SHE EVEN_. t1 THE TOWN BSCT CAUL.VALUSSIM ATFLAGLER.

", ship's passage through the Panama it seemed they worked all sum You," at Daytona Beach's KNEW YOU. .

" ,Canal by Louis Marden, the mer at it, but I know it couldn't Peabody Auditorium, Monday, HARDWARE ,

National Geographic' Society's have been so long. They prepared January ,9, at 8:30 P.M.
undersea photographer./ Mr. Mar- supplies not only ,for the winter t I
ahead but ,sometimes for Williams, who first zoomed to TH&IRWAwwwMfWJWV 4g't
den found the remains of the years i
I ahead as often in our climate I i fame with his great recording <<
original Bounty off lonely Pit. there would be no fruit because of I of "Autumn Leaves," will make II I
cairn Island in 1957. The exact I II I
late freezes. 11 his appearance in Daytona :
Du'A
location ,of the ship had been Surely they suffered with the I
Beach a musical event ,by run tact T A'cL.a
unknown since January 23, 1790, heat as they worked, for they the musical I
ning gamut. He

when Fletcher Chrtstlan scuttledher wore dark several dresses petticoats'nd of great full I plays the classic, pops, jazz anda e ...... _.__... _._. ...............-
". to keep from being discovered z skirts, also 'I {
in exile. those great aprons tied about the bit of rock 'n Roll spiced with 1 FOR ALL HOURS-DAY OR NIGHT
waist. Why the yardage in one of novelties and stunts while he I
The new Bounty built at Lu-
those petticoats would'make sev chats and jokes with his audi I.
nenburg, Nova Scotia," is being
eral modern garments of today ence. He plays a number of his j, AMBULANCE '
sailed to Tahiti, the destination One memory I have of early hit tunes on two pianos simul- j PHONE VAlley 4-1625
of the original ship. There a.MetroGoldynMayer childhood is of the so-called SERVICE

unit headed I haunted, house we heard about. taneously. j ST. AUGUSTINE. FLORIDA

by Marlon Brando, Trevor, Apparently, any house which I Sharing the spotlight with the |
Howard, and Hugh Griffiths will I" stood idle long enough acquired a star will be the new sensatIonal Never be hesitant about calling a Garcia Ambulance. We

; go aboard to shoot scenes for history of ghosts. I vocal group, the Quiet Men. are always at. your service with promptness safety and
One such house was rented by a
The son of a minister, a child
'a wide-screen, color remake of : experience. .
his One of
local man and family.
"Munity on the Bounty," done progidy, a graduate electrical
the children was one of our favite -.- :
in 1935 with Charles Laughtonand playmates, so we were con- engineer and an amateur boxer Equipped With Oxygen Resusitator and Inhalator!

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Clark Gable. cerned about her safety. Next dl.1 ,
I Garcia Funeral HomeP.
Oak From New Jersey Used time she came to school we clustered Col. John Houston McIntosh,

The ne\v Bounty, 110 feet longat about her to see if she had. rector of the ill.fatedattempt to'' E. GARCIA, Licensed FUnGI 1 D.u.ectot"
any experiences with those dreadful take east Florida from
the waterline and 30 feet Spain, j
I ghosts, or if she or her family LADY ASSISTANTVNVWVtriVWlJS
wide, was made with oak ,from J lived in what is now Fort George I
'New Jersey and fir from British Seriously were afraid., she told us that her Island State Historical Mem rial. '. % ..VWVWVWWV........"'- .........,a.-.........WNM1....

Columbia. The masts were Individually i father had smashed ;the worst of

" fashioned with a the ghosts and scared the rest

broadax. The ship was'constructed -' away. He had seen it coming toward GOOD NEWS

from original plans, now in f him as he worked with a for potato growers
'the British Admiralty Museum. t hammer, so he threw the hammer .
at the ghost and smashed it. The '
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Above decks, the new vessel I other ghosts ran.away. We were y

:faithfully copies the original. I so impressed with her forthright :., j Now you can get effective, long residual
Below, she has two auxiliary story that never again did we hear

engines, five electrical genera- stories about the house being "{ .
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ley, and comfortable accommo- t.. i' ;.
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dations for 40 persons. thin Bligh, "one of the most ;T f : L
: A specially selected crew of ;
astrocious acts of .i i' '. ,,
Piracy ever
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to 69, will _keep the ship under committed. WIREWORM I E :
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Bligh Mutiny
F- sail :
as much time as is needed "Just before sun-rising," Bligh" i .,: 7"
r' to get, experience in handling ,
wrote later, "Mr Christian, with 1. .,
jiC the vessel. Mr. Marden, a tech
nical consultant and member of the master at arms, gunner's ? \
CONTROL L .
. mate, and Thomas Burket, seaman
the ,crew, will prepare an article
into cabbin
came my
k:' for the National Geographic
while I was asleep, and seizingme.
Magazine on the Bounty's 20th-
tied hands with cord ..
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my a ;
WITH I
L; century voyage. ,1'-. ,
behind back and threatened
He found,the Bounty's remains my >. ..
me with instant death, if I spokeor
while collecting material for a
made the least noise: I, how- '
story about descendants of the
ever, called so loud as to alarm
J" mutineers still living on Pitcairn .
everyone; but they had already .
Island .After six weeks of ,;
secured the officers who were not DIA7ION
diving, he spotted some encrusted -
f' of their party...Christian had -
sheating nails. Eventually :
? only a cutlass in his hands the
he uncovered hull fittings, an
others had muskets and bayo-
;_ oarlock, and fragments of copF .
nets. I was hauled out of bed
per, with which the Bounty had
and forced on deck in my
been sheathed.Mr. .
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f-o.! Marden has with him a .... ..
and officers and ,.
Bligh 18 loyal ." ... ..
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men were set adrift in a launch.A .
Now versatile Diazinon-The standard for
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multiple on fruits and vegetablesis
to the mutiny, called
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Cap.SERVICE
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: of saling 3,618 nautical miles ,. .41' control Southern Potato Wireworm. '

t: ; TV across the Pacific to the Dutch i This is good news to potato growers. These
i settlemen at Timor. He battled to' N four big Diazinon advantages tell you why. :

'9 t. ALL MAKES 41 days against starvation, CONTRSiS RESISTANT STRAINS-Diazinon does

-: Agent For thirst pitless sun, and the cruel I -. the job where chlorinated hydrocarbons fail
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, ___,', sea itself to achieve the world's :- LONG RESBUAL ACTION-One application off
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k AND INSTALLED' 1 sailed ,back to Tahiti, their island ,; #\ insecticides. .

, 1, TUBES TESTED FREE paradise where 16 electedto ;:: s VERSATILE Applied as a foliar spray, ,

remain ashore. The others, In .. : -.- Diazinon Is also effective against other insect
.' along with 12 Tahitian women A y c pests attacking potatoes, including flea beetles;

i.Bob. and a little girl, sailed to Pit-. ; Colorado potato beetles and dipterous
> : carirn Island: and were not dis ;. a :. :f' leaf miners.

'i::. ,' to FLAGLER BEACH covered until 18 years later, by "" Apply As a' Salt Treatment

t .. PHONE HE 9-2204 which time all but one of the 's Apply effective, safe Diazinon to potato fieldsas
mutineers were dead. a soil treatment prior to planting.Use sufficient
(_.... ... I, 4 water to achieve thorough:! coverage. Then mix
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: three to BIZ inches; of soil depending upon the '.
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CRAIG 'FUNERAL HOME :2'-....' action protects the tubers until harvest.

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f; ;'r 3AIR OXYGEN # solution wettable powder.. '
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Thursday: DecVi15,_.I960 THE FLAGLER TRIBUNE, BUNNELL'FLORIDA PAGE NINE

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'sin arrived recently and will reside -I companied home by Mrs. Cone's
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with her daughter, Mrs.Mildred grandmother, Mrsl Maude: .Holland '
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Landers. I who will spend a week I "-

, visiting with them.

Continued from Page 4 Mrs. Mat Pelli r is visit :

ing in Columbus Ga., with her I IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF 'CalIOn1Js'

WSCS LUNCHEON son in law and daughter. Chief KLAGLKR COUNTY FLORIDA

A Christmas 'luncheon" for the !Warrant Officer Jimmy Salyerds.,j ROBERT IX CHANCERY G. FOWLER NO., 4118

Woman's Society of Christian ;Plaintiff .
f vs. _
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Service was held .last Thursdayat I Mr. and Mrs. Gales Cone spent I IRENE FOWLER. <, r

the home of :Mrs.. Bernie Wil the past weekend here visiting NOTICE TO Defendant.DEFEND .: :, -:. ,

son. J with relatives. They were ac- THE STATE OF FLORIDA TO: .. "
Fowler
Irene

Mrs Leonard Johnson 5118 E. Frierson Street When :
was co- -- Tampa. Florida

hostess. Special guests, were I IN COUNTY JUDGE'S COURT, I You are hereby notified that a i
FLAGLEIl COUNTY, FLORIDA..i suit has been filed against you in .
Rev., R. N. Hoover, Methodist FILE NO. 58tt f the above entitled cause; and you ", I

minister Mrs. Bruce ESTATE ofGEORGE I are hereby required to file your an- ..
Gray of \ 'l.
M. TOMPKINS. swer with the Clerk of this Court. .
Hastings, and Mrs. Bushnell of Deceased. and to serve a copy thereof upon. .,, -- -
NOTICE TO CREDITORSTO the plaintiff or plaintiffs attorney.
P latka: They are district presi ALL. PERSONS HAVING whose name and address is: ,

dent and of relations CLAIMS OR DEMANDS AGAINST Ray Selden
secretary public '
SAID ESTATE: Selden Building
in the Gainesville dis You and each of you are hereby 800 Main Street S You Need T TOGOOD
required to file any claims and demands Daytona Beach. Floridanot :

trict. .',, which you, or either of you, later than January' 13, A. D. ,
may have against said estate in 1961.
Presiding was Mrs. Harry the office of Hon. Duane A. Deen. If you fail to do so. decree pro
County Judge of Flagler County will be entered againstyou ,
.. Treadwell, president, and :Mrs. at his office In the Court House in for the relief demanded in the
Keith Lovell 'the devotional. -: Bunnell Florida, within eight cal- bill of complaint. The nature of .
gay. endar months from the time of the said suit being for divorce.
first publication of this notice. WITNESS my hand' and seal of :
Each claim or demand must be in said Court this 7th day of Decem- / "
The program, "The. Meaningof writing and contain the place of ber A. D. 1960. ,
residence and post office address of (Official Seal) :
:
Christmas Through! Hymns, I the claimant and must be swornto RALPH E. HARBERT -
was presented by Mrs. Bernie by the claimant his agent or Clerk of said Circuit Court
attorney or the same shall be void. Dec. 15-22-29 & Jan. 5-itc
Wilson. A duet, "Star of the JOHN L. TOMPKINS.Administrator .
of said estate. '
East," was rendered by Mrs. First publication on Dec. 15. 1960. IN THE COUNTY JUDGE'S COURT
& Jan 5 Itc IN AND FOR FLAGLER COUNTY -
Wilson and Mrs. Clarence Shultz. Dec. 15-22-29 FLORIDA IN PROBATE -'. '

The duet and hymn'singing was IN RE ESTATE OF
.. IN THE COUNTY JUDGE'S COURTIN I DEXTER LOWELL KNIGHT
accompanied by Mrs. Ray Lehrat AND FOR FLAGLER COUNTY deceased.
FLORIDA IN 1'ROIIATE. NOTICE TO CREDITORSAll '
the piano. CASE NO. 568 creditors of the estate of
The January meeting will be IN RE: Estate ofMARGUERITE Dexter Lowell Knight, deceased PrInting
GLEASON are hereby notified and required to
at the home of Mrs. George Deceased. file any claims or demands which ,
Sr.. NOTICE OF FILING PETITION they may have against said estatein :
Moody, FOIt FINAL DISCHARGE the office of the county judgeof .
EXECUTRIX Flagler County Florida. In the .
NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN Courthouse at Bunnell. Florida. ,
ROY DANIEL THOMPSON that I have filed my final returnsas within eight calendar months from '
Mr. and executrix of the estate of the date of the first publication of
Mrs.
p: R. P. (Duffy) MARGUERITE GLEASON. deceased this notice. Each claim or demand

f Thompson announce the arrivalof ; that I have filed my petition must be in writing and must state I :
for distribution and for final discharge the place of residence and post ,
a son, born ,at the Halifax and that on January: 5. office address of the claimant and

hospital in Daytona Beach 1961 I will apply to the Honorable must be sworn to by the claimant. ,FORMSENVELOPES -
on Duane A. Deen County Judge of his agent or his attorney, or it .
; Wednesday, December 7. He Flagler County Florida, for approval will become void according to law. .
of said final returns and DATED this 29th day of Novem-. .
weighed nine pounds and nine for an Order of distribution 'and ber 1960. :

ounces and has been given the for final discharge executrix of MILDRED FLORENCE KNIGHT '4 : r
the will of MARGUERITE GLEA- Administratrix of the estate of
name of Roy Daniel. SON. ., deceased. Dexter Lowell Knight deceased .
SJosephine Quimby Gadapee First publication on Dec. 8; 1960. : ", .
First publication: December 8, 1960. Dec. 8-15-2-9-4tc 'tr
INVOICES :
Albert Degreeny,came in during Dec. 8-15--9--4tc : F t',: '

t the weekend/to spend the IN THE COUNTY JUDGE'S COURT IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF I > .... "
TY, FLORIDA, IN PROBATE. FLAGLER COUNTY FLORIDA I" ,
winter ,here ,at his place on 13th CASE NO. 555 .. IN CHANCERY NO. 4141 '
,
LETTER HEADS
WILLIE FOOTMAN, I ,
IN RE: Estate of
St His summer home is in Bar FRANCES Plaintiff. "

STANISH.Deceased.. va. ;: I
ton vt.
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IRMA LEE FOOTMAN.
NOTICE OF FILING PETITIONFOR
FINAL DISCHARGE OF Defendant. ;. i BUSINESS CARDS. : '
NOTICE TO DEFEND ,
EXECUTOR ,
Mr. and Mrs. Samuel Dienner THE. STATE OF FLORIDA TO: -
NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN ;. ,':
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arrived from' Lake Secor, Mahc that I have filed nur flQAl returq Irma Lee Footman '''"; .Ii::i ."! ''' 4' .p
Residence
as Executor of the... estate of UnknownYou :
pac N. y, to spend the ,wintermonths FRANCES STANISH. "deceased; suit has are been hereby filed notified against that you in a ,:r ? STATEMENTS ": :
In that I ,have, filed my petition for ;
their Cen
cottage on the above entitled and
cause
; you
distribution and for;final discharge .
.
tral Ave. and that on January 5, 1961 I will are hereby .required file*your an- \.L5 r / '
swer with the Clerk of this Court f
apply to the Honorable Duane A.
and to serve a copy thereof upon I
,
Deen. County. Judge of Flagler the "- BILL HEADS
plaintiff plaintiff's
County Florida tor'approval of or attorney :" ,'
New residents here are Mr. whose name and address is: .
raid final for -
returns and an order W. Grant "
Cecil -
and Mrs. Eddie Krueger who, arrived of ,distribution and for final discharge 407% Main Street ':
.
last week, from St Louis, FRANCES as Executor STANISH.deceased.the will. of Daytona Beach. Florida I < t sRULED FORMS : '
not latr +hrv Tfcwwmher 23rd A.D. : _.>
Mo. They are residing on South PAUL JAMES, STANISH' 1060 '
,
Executor. I :t you fall to do so, decree pro '. 1. "
Daytona Ave. Living with themis First publication: Desember 8. 1960. ccnfesso will be entered againstyou

;- her mother, Mrs.. Pillsbury. Pec. 8-15-29--ttc bill for oC complaint.the relief demanded The nature in the of : :,. I: A TICKETS and TAGS :

IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF .
said suit being for divorce.
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FLAGLE2R COUNTY, FLORIDA.- ,
WITNESS hand seal
my and of
Mrs. W. W.. Steele of WlsconWM47HEH IN CHANCERY NO. 4181 said Court this 18th day of No- : -

'-'. PHILIP GIBSON. vember A. D. 1960. ::71 |h:1: :- .
Plaintiff. (Official Seal) ,
Via RALPH. HARBERT ,. -i It CIRCULARS
: LELA W. GIBSON, Clerk of said Circuit Court ,..' :. >, '.
Defendant Nov. ?r & Dec. 1-8-15--4tc : ,-: f -,' t ,
NOTICE TO DEFEND .
THE STATE OF FLORIDA. TO: IN THE CIRCUIT COURT, FLAG- ,
Lela W. Gibson ,: LEER COUNTY FLORIDA. NO.' --t= ,ANNOUNCEMENTS -
,
Greensboro, North Carolina 4107 '- ,
.. You are hereby notified that a HASTINGS AGRICULTURALCREDIT r '
suit has been filed against you In CORPORATION a "

the above entitled cause; and you corporation. .
are hereby required to file your answer Plaintiff..
with the Clerk of this Court .
and to serve a copy thereof upon.. ESTATE OFTJL NILSON. de-
the plaintiff or plaintiffs attorney, deased; CHARLES E. CREAL .. .
whose name and address is; as Executor of 'the last Will s ,
H. T.. Cook and Testament of ArvM Nilson.
Bunnell. Floridanot deceased; SHRINERS HOSPITALFOR : .iW'e} Don't Do The Most -
I later than January 13th. A. D. CRIPPLED CHILDREN .. ,
r. 1961. corporation: CORNELIUS ;- ',

,,. '. i If you fall to. do I 'so. decree pro PERKINS: JONS NILSSON. ; .. '.
>' confesso will be entered against BERTIL NILSSON and ,TORS-
: 4F7Yi I you for the .relief demanded in the TEN NILSSON, '
I bill of complaint. The nature of Defendants : PRINTINGO '
said suit being for divorce NOTICE TO APPEAR :
, W(TNESB- -my hand and seal of THE STATE OF FLORIDA: 'TO: '
'. JONS NILSSON, BERTIL NILS- .
said Court this 12th day of December -'
." .A.D.,, 1960. SON'and TORSTEN NILLSON. '
(Official. Seal :; whose respective address and place '
'
- RALPH E. HARBERT'Clerk of residence is Vetlandavagan 11. :
" of said. Circuit: Court Ekajo. Sweden. We Do Some of,the Best
YOU ARE HEREBY. SEVERAL-
i Dec. 15-22-23, Jan. S-itc .
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.- LY. REQUIRED to file your respective : -. ; '11
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. .. 1N THE CIRCUIT COURT OF answer to the complaint ,
... ARTOFANSfMAMLET I FLAGLER COUNTY FLORIDA;; as amended which Is herewith
t :HIM TELL OF I IN CHANCERY NO. 41TS served upon you with rthe Clerk .
.WANDA MONTRQY, of this Court- and to serve a coPY'thereot ,
f -ntErtME, HE WORKED Plaintiff, upon plaintiffs attorneys.
r. I Messrs. Dowda and .Milllcan-- whose -, ,
DOLLAR A DAY Ii. vs.
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; FOR
i
,CHARLES LEO MONTROY. address is 413 Lemon Street. Pa-
Defendant. latkaur Florida.., not later than January -
i i. : Our complete, modern service NOTICE TO DHFHND 9r 1981.
'- THE STATE OF FLORIDA. TO: The nature of the suit Is to fore-
facilities will give you many Charles Leo Montroy close a real estate mortgage given
milesof Niagara Avenue by A. Nilson. now deceased to :
motoring DiaIID7..3
: pleas.
more ; Niagara Falls NewYork plaintiff Hastings Agricultural ; 282

'L: ure....save you plenty .of You are hereby notified that a Credit Corporation, a corporation : ,
f I suit has been filed against you In dated the let day of October. A.D. .. .
too by ,giving you a 1958. and recorded in -
money, the above entitled cause; and you Mortgage '
c smoother more- economical are hereby required to-file your an- Book 31 page 193. upon the following *(: ;7:,
swer with the Clerk of this Court lands in Flagler County. V> .
t car to operate. .. and to serve a COpy thereof upon Florida, to-wit: -
i. ', the plaintiff or pteintlffa attorney WS% of SWtt. Section 9. Town
r '- whose name and address is: ship 12 South. Range 29 East containing .
Ray Selee I 40 acres. EVi of NW%. .
A : ; Selden Building' Section 'Township 12 South. : .. .
800 Main Street I Range 29 East containing 80 acres. '
I Daytona Beach. Floridanot All of above described lands con- .--.. ., "/- .
, '; later than January 6th. A. D. taining 120 acres more or less. TheFlagler y -
4 1961. (References are to the Public "
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;t. : If you fall to do so. decree pro>> Records of Flagler County. Flor : 1 ::; '
: tlgpi confesso will be entered againstyou ida.) '
r for the relief demanded in the IF YOU .FAIL TO DO SO. decree
:, bill of complaint. The nature of pro confesso will be entered I
said suit being for divorce. against you for the relief demandd Tribune
WITNB86 .my hand and seal of in the complaint. >&8 amended. .
I .: said Court this )*th, day of No- DATED this November 29. A. D.
vember ADo' 190,. 19 SO.
:? (Official, Seal)- (Official Seal)
o RALPH Eo HARBERT RALPH E. HARBERTAs
Clerk of said Circuit Court Clerk of said Circuit Court
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; : For main reason for deterioration. Methodist ; I to the birth of the Savior on this the youth of the church":'Thosc
law Paper j i Chemicals Create Acidity r : Christmas morn. \from Bunnell attending::Were
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Books Will Last". .1 j.1I The rag acid papers, and they were often only Church News M. :J" Monday Rev. Spicer and fire Susan Carle Barbara- Smythe, I,

Vi.i I slightly :' of.the Methodist Youth ,Fellow. Marilyn McFarland, .Billy and
contained 'calcium and magnes-i t Sunday school will meet at
Centuries ':: II subs Nat Spicer.
Four : 1 ship attended the BYKOTA
. ium,, compounds that acted as
10 A.M. with classes for all district meeting at the Crescent
.
. in .preservatives. The' compounds
the
books printed I
Most
ages. The'morning :service will City Methodist Church. An Interesting
the .apparently came from natural
United States during past
t. r I be at 11 A.M. with the sermon program of magiv RCA VICTOR
[ and bleaching agents.
60 will not be usable by washing j i
years tricks LIVING COLOR TV
refreshments
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"Does Jesus Live Here? and was presented
the next century. ,:Many are I Modern chemicals used in
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"LOOK FOR TUB PICTURE
for the boys and girls a Junior were had.
h crumbling already.. i i'j pulping, bleaching,. and sizing]J IN THE WINDOW
Sermon titled, "Queen of the I A very inspirational workshop Southern Radio & Television
tend I
to
of modern book contemporary papers
The majority I Snow of the prophecy and
Flakes. Methodist Youth program 226 E. Granada-Ph. OR 7-:001
will last only 50 create acidity that weakens the l ORMOND
papers years Fellowship will meet at 6 P.M. birth of Christ was presented"by .
fibers..
the National Geographic Society paper Since much paper
reports. Librarians, according to (lis used once and thrown away The Sunday school birthday -
one researcher, "find themselves t the weakness has caused great party for Jesus will be, presented -

piling up mountains of paper il'f concern only in the book industry at the evening, service. The 'offering -1 For Your
j
only to watch those mountains which requires less;than two will go to the Methodist .
before their per cent of total production., 1 Children's '
disintegrate eyes. '_ I Home at Enterprise i
.
I Mr. Barrow discovered. that Florida. On .Wednesday at 8J '
y- It. Quincy Mumlord, librarian '4 i .: :
on congress, who has custody of soaking old book papers in a j i i jP.M.. the combined choirs of the* c Holiday Package
of some 12,000,000 books and I solution containing magnesium i First Baptist Church and the : ,

pamphlets, has said the perishable and calcium checks decay. He I I Methodist Chui h will present a I .. .

quality of ,book paper is a developed durable pulp paper Christmas Cantfcta. The. eneral GOODS ,.
problem .that becomes more and from long, stable fibers infused'I'II I public is invited. to any and all I .

more acute with each passing with calcium carbonate to act of these. services., Look. forward I
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year. as a buffer to.acid. When commercially I POPULAR BRANDS

'- :Microfilms Instead 'It is possible that future historians will not be expensive. They a
BEER WINE & WHISKEY o
: may get a distorted idea should endure more than 400 j jI F* f. I < .
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of this era because of gaps in years. ; BunnelLTheatre! -
the written record. Scholars someday t The high-quality, coated'pa.- : AT POPULAR PRICES ,
used in the National .Geographic .
_ may pore over microfilms pets *
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:instead of bound books.. Society's Magazine, Fri. & Sat. Dec. 16-17 TRY OUR DRIVE-IN WINDOW... ,. -.: '
But a solution to the paper maps, and books also have along '\ ., .. ', :' :

problem i$ in. sight.,, A newly ing penetrates' life expectancy.the paper The, whichis coat 1 TRANSPAREN THE AMAZING MAN OR ... ... '+ "..,.. -',.,. -
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. developed paper guarantees \ WE WILL MAKE, DELIVERY ANYWHERE::IN ---
treated with calcium carbo-
the survival, It'not readership Starring

of a book for at least' 400 nate. The Society from the first H- CITY LIMITS .. ., .._
Douglas Kennedy and .. -
insisted upon a lasting paperyand .
years. William J. Barrow, document -
70-year-old ,issues of its Marguerite Chapman
restorer at the Virginia .
: State Library In Richmond, devised magazine remain in good con- I :# PHONE ID 7-3711 -

it after a three-year study dition. II Sun. & Mon. *-- -"Dec. 18-19
made possible by a grant from I _
the Council on Library Ren- WHITE HOUSE LIGHTNING MAGNIFICIENT SEVEN T Charlie'sEar

sources, Inc. The'White House in Washington Starring .
Mr. Barrow first determinedthe is protected from lightningby
principal cause of paper deterioration small angular rods placed Yul.Brynner &Steve McQueen ; A. C. RODGERS, OwnerTHEY .
around the ot the roof. i ir
then found a process edge y k-.1 :
to: check the decay, and worked I-- -
out a method of making lasting -

:book paper at reasonable cost. ,. .' J
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The average strength of book -. "
...- papers of 1900-09 was especially I r.. .
j' .nveak. Books from the decade Because they ride easier they last longer, too. They take better care 6f .

retain only four per cent of their payloads and they make a'long day's work a lot more pleasant for:the _

t. original meager strength. Books WORKHARDER driver. All that-primarily I because of., Independent Front SuspensionS

published in 1940-49 have lost ( .).If you think it's stretching a point to attribute that many advantages

: more than 60 per cent of their to a suspension system, you haven't driven a new Chevy with .
' durability. Poor quality of papers I.F.S. Take,the wheel and feel l Its -road-leveling ride Its almost total ::.,

: used during World War II absence of shimmy and wheel fight, its ease of steering even in the "
I
t accounts for the rapid decline. '. big rigs. Spend hours behind the wheel and you're not nearly as tired.k
F;' 'In contrast, thousands of ,: You're not and neither is thetruck., That I independent suspension soaks

"- "books five centuries old area '-".!-- up the worst shock and vibration-the kind that can twist sheet metal -
written or' printed on paper maintenance costs. That's why
and loosen joints and Increase your
L{: which still is white, strong, andflexible. TH EY Chevy trucks keep on working and saving for extra thousands of miles. .
: : A 'sheet from a_book t -j; ;. bMU
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: than 400 folds; one from a 1681

volume held up under 1,117 > : RIDE EASIER 'd'r :::.; :;:r. Clmry '
't: creases. The paper in a: 1908 ; ::. ,y : .3 s"' azte. A stiff-beam+ 4:x.!:jr rv r 5rr,i'r frs' : FrMtWkMll tss sesML
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Y.:, breaking.would not :fold once without. ''".:jr:::;', :"f..i!_,'..,.- '".::, tfcrouch ttw truck body war tad taar.frwt ;.

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1 101: The older, more lasting papers t '"
made from '.
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. the past century, most book :

; papers have been manufactured :
f: !rom wood pulp. Differences in

I:: material, however, do not ex'..! '. : <" .' .1.a -
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