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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: January 5, 1961
Publication Date: -1981
Frequency: weekly
regular
 Subjects
Subjects / Keywords: Newspapers -- Bunnell (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Flagler County (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Genre: newspaper   ( marcgt )
newspaper   ( sobekcm )
Spatial Coverage: United States -- Florida -- Flagler -- Bunnell
Coordinates: 29.4675 x -81.256944 ( Place of Publication )
 Notes
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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Source Institution: University of Florida
Holding Location: University of Florida
Rights Management: All rights reserved. Board of Trustees of the University of Florida
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 Related Items
Preceded by: St. Johns tribune
Succeeded by: Palm Coast news
Succeeded by: Flagler/Palm Coast news-tribune

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VOLUME 48, NO. 52 BUNNELL, FLORIDA, THURSDAY, JAN. 5, 1961 $2.50 A YEAR

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DemonstrationTree ... ...w..w. Bulldogs Take Old and New


Planting Is i:;: : NEGIEHA rn 3 Double Header County Board '


Set For TuesdayThe Hold
\.:. :'; Meetings
.c .: \ From HastingsBy
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public is cordially invitedto I
attend a "Direct Seeding and ; ;' ., .. The Board of County Commis-
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Tree Planting Demonstration" to (i ( Leslie Pache) sioners met for their stated .

be held Tuesday, January 10, be- monthly meeting Monday, wind-
The Bunnell
-. \, I Bulldogs won two
gining at 1:30 P. M. : ing up "old business" and then
: : games from Hastings Tuesday
The invitation is issued by ;. agreed to meet Tuesday morn-
I night. The B team won their
the County Forest Fire Prevention ing for the yearly reorganization
i third straight game 28-24. Lopezwas v
Committee, members of .. ..:. meeting.
;. high scorer. The varsitywon
which are Lewis E. Wadsworth ; In the absence of Clerk RalphE.
5324. H. Kuleski had 13
Charles E. Creal, Raymon F. Harbert who was in the hose
points and J. Burnsed 11.
Tucker, R. W. Deen, Jr., HerschelC. pital Howard Taylor acted as
King and D. D. Moody. Bunnell. t FG F Pts clerk for the meeting.

The planting site is located McNab 000 Tuesday Alfred Tucker was

six miles east of Bunnell on ON THE STAGE? Familiar Polk 000 named chairman' and John A.
the Bunnell-Flagler Beach highway figure for many years outside Peterson '_ 124 I Clegg vice chairman. The .only
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opposite the Flagler Beach New York's Carnegie Ball is Tucker Oil I new member seated was Otis
city dump, on the property of Lylah Tiffany who plays her Lopez 5 2 12 Hunter who succeeded his father -
Leigh Portland Cement Co. accordion for donations.- Now Kuleski 215 E. A. Hunter who had servedas
she has been picked for a role in
The demonstration is being Bratcher 306 commissioner for more thana
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the play "All the Way Home.
conducted in cooperation with r quarter century.At .
the Bunnell Timber Co., Florida 116 28
Monday's meeting HomerR.

Forest Forest FiredPreventonrCommit Bank DepositGains Hastings 't.. FG F Pts Bentley, administrator of the
F. Moore: :;r- 419 Flagler Clinic & Hospital talked
tee, ''and Lehigh Portland Cement .. ..
%:
Shown J. McClure Oil to the board about trying to ar-

Company. will be C. Skeyes 102 I OUT ON A LIMB Ginger range in some manner for additional
Interesting speakers
I D. Irvin .- 248 Stoltz at Cypress Gardens Fla., funds to pay hospital
on hand to give the latest information Over FloridaDeposits
B. Norris 124 balances prettily with her para- expenses of indigent cases over
on site preparation, direct ) sol. U she misses a step, she'll and above that already appro-
seeding, and pine tree land in the water, sometimes
the state and
priated by county
in
the 303 active commercial f 8 8 24
planting. ,.1: disastrous to a bathing: beauty.
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for this
banks in Florida came purpose.
._ After the demonstrations, everyone .
, to $4.7 billion in mid-1960, regis. Bunnell <'y& FG F Pts After some discussion the
is invited to
visit the Lehigh cordially cement plant. tering an 8 per cent gain over Canakaris :{. 204 New City Clerk board advised Bentley that the .
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1959 and .up 12 per cent from Morris 102 problem would be given consideration -
1958. Banks throughout the nation Kuleski 5 3 13 Takes Over Duties: but that the board '

C. E. Purvis gained 3 per cent and 5 Robertson ,* .. 102 did not see that much could be
per cent respectively the Flor- McMillan 419 Mrs. Nancy Rodgers took over done until the new budget year,

Dies ida Chamber of Commerce: reports. Moody | 306 the official duties as city clerkof beginning next October 1.

,Suddenly ,..____.". Holland ..KZttj*"*.*_*.*: '!.* 01 1 the. City of Bunnell Tuesday At the Tuesday morning meetIng -
, r '"Th se gains refer to total de- Craig "*. 215 :morning, filling the vacancy all employees: of the board

Wednesday A. M. posits in banks and include J. Burnsed 5 1 11 caused by the resignation of were retained.

inter-bank and governmental J jL.I H. Drady.

Carey Elliot Purvis of Flagler deposits as well as demand and 23 7 531 I Mrs. Rodgers has been employed T. K. McKnight Is
Beach, who was employed at the time deposits of individuals and in the office on a part-
Lehigh Portland Cement Com firms. The demand deposits. Hastings FG F Pts time basis for the past year. Mr. New
pany's plant, passed away early (checking accounts) in Florida : Kaiser ,% "l 1 3 Drady had served .as city clerk County JudgeFlagler

Wednesday morning.He banks stood at $2.6 billion in I Pacetti 102 for the past seven years. County has a new

was stricken with a heart June of this year, slightly under I I G. :McGarian 215 County Judge in the person of
attack shortly after he arrivedat the 1959 figure and 14 percent I Register 000 Junior Woman's Club T. K. (Buddy) McKnight who
the plant and died en routeto above 1958. The national Hunter 000 was officially seated Tuesday

the hospital.Mr. gains were 1 per cent and 8 Parker 215 Will Meet TuesdayA morning.
C. Weibel 113
Purvis: was born in Cen per cent. Judge McKnight is a former
tury,' Florida, and had residedin "Time deposits (savings accounts Moody 306 meeting of the Junior Wom sheriff of Flagler county, but
Flagler Beach for the past of various types) totaled i:I an's Club will be held at 8 o' stayed out of office four years.
six years. He was employed as $1.2 billion in Florida banks I 10 4 24 clock the evening of Tuesday, He is. owner of the Flagler

a repairman in the maintenance this year up 4 per cent from I I January 10, at the Flagler Wom Hardware here.
department of the Lehigh plant. 1959 and 14 per cent more than Bunnell Girls To Try an's Club building at Flagler

He was 44 years of age. in 1958. These gains compare I, Beach. New 1961 License
Survivors include his wife, with national figures of 3 per For 3 Straight Wins I II The scheduled program on
:Mrs. Evelyn Purvis, Flagler cent and 9 per cent. I, Girl Scouting in Flagler Countyhas
Now' On SaleThe
Beach; his mother, Mrs. Lila "Bank statistics, prepared by I (By Leslie Pache) t ti been postponed to a later Tags

Purvis, Century, Florida; one ;the Federal Deposit! Insurance i The Bunnell girls team will date which will be announced. motor vehicle license tags

daughter, Mrs. Jean Purvis j Corporation 'and the Federal open the 1961 season at the local for 00.1 went on sale at the of-
Broxton of Kentucky; one son, Reserve Bank Board, give com- gym Friday night at 7. The Billy Graham To fice ol County Tax Collector J.Fra'nIs .
James Purvis of, Flagler Beach; parable county data every two girls will be looking to add the Mercer Tuesday morning.The .
. four sisters, Mrs. J. R. Walters years. Gains chalkedup in demand Crescent City Rebels to their Speak to Baptist office reported doing the
of Bunnell; Mrs. R. B. Jacoby of and time deposits together V-list. The second game will \ usual rushing business the first

Pensacola; Mrs. H. F. Wheelerof 1958 to 1960, show Hardee I I find the boys varsity against Group This Month day of the sale.
Panama City; and Mrs.V.. N. and Santa Rosa Counties in the I:the Crescent City team. Tax Collector Mercer said all
- Brown of New Bern, N. C.; two lead in the state, each with at I BIlly Graham heads the list those renewing the tags for this

brothers, J. C. Purvis of El Paso, 41 per cent gain. Charlotte and Ringing the basket for the of out-of-state speakers who will year must bring their last year's
Texas, and B. W. Purvis of Century Dixie both increased 35 per cent; Bunnell girls five years ago- address the Evangelistic Confer- registration with them when

-. Hamilton, Pasco and Okeechobee Margaret Peavy, Celia Emery, ence of the Florida Baptist Con they apply for the new 1961
Also surviving are one grand. 31 per cent. and Okaloosa Margaret Ann McCort, Frankie vention at the First Baptist plates.
child, James Broxton, Jr., and 30 per cent. .:Lynn, JoAnn Morris Barbara Church in Jacksonville, January Motorists have until February
five neices and nephews. I "Citrus gained 29 per cent; Cantrell Melinda DuPont, Fern 1022.. 20, as usual to secure the new

Funeral services- will be held I|Lee 28; Highlands and Holmes Allen, Katie Stewart, Tess Mas- Graham a Southern Baptist license plates.
from the First Baptist Church of 27; Columbia and Taylor 26; sie, Penny Barditzky, Carol Jean will bring the closing addresson I
;. Bunnell, but the"day of the funeral Levy 25; Baker, Brevard and Atkinson. Coach: Viola Tompkins Thursday evening, January' Grand Matron
has not been set, pending Martin 23; Hillsborough and ; manager, Judy Lewis. 12, to the pastors of the 1,257
arrival of relatives. Orange 21; and Polk and Put Dribbling the ball for the churches that make up the con- Visits Bunnell
20 cent.
nam per vention.
five
Bulldogs years ago were:
Schools Open Today "Broward, Gadsden and Leon Joe Kelly, Billy Deen. Billy Also featured on the program 0. E. S. Chapter :
were up 19 per cent; Collier, White, Sammy Bertha, Tommy will be Herschel H. Hobbs pas

After Holiday RecessAll Marion, Pinellas and Sarasota Wells, David Wilson, Harry tor, First Baptist Church, Oklahoma :Mrs. Frances Gray, Worthy
18; Alachua, Bradford, Calhoun Stuckey, Louis Friedman, Gene City, and permanent Grand Matron of the Order of

.. Flagler county schools and Hernando 17; Escambia. Cauley. Coach-COy Harris. speaker on the .Southern Baptist Eastern Star, Grand Chapter of .
opened this morning for a full. Gilchrist, Gulf, Lake and Mon- Convention's world-wide radio Florida, will pay her official
day's session after the holiday roe 16; Lafayette and Volusia 'program, "The Baptist Hour." visit to the Bunnell chapter on
,; vacation. 15; and Indian River 14 per cent. Bay, DeSoto, Nassau and Semi- Other out-of-state .speakers Friday evening, January 6.
The schools closed December "Following the state average nole'7; Flagler and Palm Beach include Charles B. Howard, Bu- Prior to the meeting a banquetwill

. 21 for the Christmas and New were St. Lucie and Walton with 5; Union and Washington 4; lea Creek N.c., Vernon Yearby, be served in the dining
Year holidays and opened this 13 per cent; Hendry and Manatee Madison 3; and Franklin 2 percent Dallas, and Howard B. Foschee, room of the Bunnell Masonic
.';: morning.All '12; Dade, St. Johns and Su Two counties showed de- Nashville. Claude Rhea New Lodge building. Mrs. Gray and

bus and other schedules I wannee 9 per cent; Duval, Jefferson clines and three counties had Orleans Baptist Seminary, will other state officers will be hon

"'- remain the same. Osceola and Sumter 8; no banks." direct the music program. ored guests at the banquet.

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Magazine Tells of i and very black and very hos i death would have followed with preparations for the big drop.l I ness of balloons for experimental ;,'

in two minutes His jumping'j"At X-minus 70'seconds, research. ;'
tile.Though
Record From Captain Kittinger'sdrop equipment included the Beaupre writes, "I drop the trailing -1
Jump II Twenty-five years earlier, the
stabilization of _
parachute-one tenna cutting
was a solitary one, it necessitated my
pioneering balloon II
the few innovations he'tions communica-I Explorer :
of the teamwork of men major with the
Edge Space reached
who trained in many fields- I points out, since the Army approved my countdown severing one by. an unprecedented heightof

Traveling 18& miles in 131 space medicine, weather and the seat-pack type in I one my ties to the gondola. My I 13.71 miles. The record stood
I
for 20 Scientific resultsof
minutes, 45 seconds, may not electronics., radio radar, and ,1919. seat kit with its instruments I the years.
project sponsored jointlyby
seem much of a feat. But when photography. The stabilizing device was essential and camera takes over the

the trip is straight down by For protection against lack .1 to avoid flat spin-the functions of supplying my oxy the National Geographic So-
ciety and the former U.S. Army
parachute jump from the thres of and intense cold ultrafast revolutions that can gen, recording my heart and respiratory -
oxygen
Air Corps, are still studied today ;
hold of space it becomes. at once I Captain Kittinger wore a pressure kill a'man in the initial stageof rate, keeping records of by airmen of the jetplaneand
contribution to science altitude...At zero count I !
a daring suit and helmet. Had either I a free fall. my rocket
era.
and a new world' record. failed, he would have become At 5:29 a. m., August 16, Captain step into space." ,t

Capt. Joseph W. Kittinger, Jr., unconscious in 10 or 12 seconds; I Kittinger's balloon was cut The Beaupre apparatus per

of the United States Air Force, from its aband formed stabilizingKittinger's TV SERVICEALL
I moorings on an as planned,
made the high jump last Au. 1
oned airstrip near Holloman Air fall through high,

gust from a balloon floating over i iI iI iI iI iI iI iI iI Force Base in southern New eerie regions of black skies and MAKES

New Mexico. Mexico. The officer, seated in blazing sunshine then openingthe Agent For

Writing of his adventure in an this weeks/ an open gondola and weighted main canopy at 17,500 feet .f,

article entitled "The Long, I down by 155 pounds of space for the final descent. The landing I I RCA & PHILCO .;
in the December pat er s.
Lonely Leap" I ) clothing and gear rose with it was hard, but he was safely
TUBES & ANTENNAS SOLD
National Geographic :Magazine, I I \
TAUDtrrtANfNewest I at the rate of 1,200 feet a min. down in sand, salt grass, and ,
it feels to reacha / AND INSTALLED
he tells how
I \ ute. The balloon drifted north- sage. "No Garden of Eden" he j

height of 102,800 feet ready east then "could look beauti TUBES TESTED FREEFLAGLER
west, reaching peak says, more
into emptiness.A Look in Fashion t
to step I "
altitude of 102,800 feet above the ful.

Hostile Sky I 11-mile-square target area. Thsuccess of the project and TVBobI
"There is a hostile sky above : I
I a. Jump Order WelcomeAt the knowledge gained of man's I
to
in
me, he said a message
ground control's welcome ability to cope with hostile con-
"Man will
the ground crew. BEACH
message, "Three minutes till ditions in the"Upper atmosphere !I
never conquer space. He may PHONE HE 9.2204 .
jump Joe" Kittinger began demonstrated anew the useful
live in it, but he will never con I
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quer it. The sky above is void



.CLASSIFIED! -- I Hd'I. */ JE AREA BUSINESS DIRECTORY I j



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ADS AUTO SERVICE BUILDING SUPPLIES :FLOOR- COVERING -


McDANIEL'S WICKLINE TUecraft Company
I
Listings under this heading are I|
3 cent per word each Insertion Building Supplies "LET US FLOOR YOU"
75 cent la minimum charge. Service Station
Armstrong & Kentile I
FOR SALE-Refrigerator with CEMENT CEMENT BLOCKS
STANDARD OIL PRODUCTS Sold and InstalledAll

freezing compartment, like new. Tires-Batteries-Minor Repairs STEEL Work Guaranteed '

Studio couch; flip flop table and Flagler Beach HE 9=225. Ormond Beach OR 7-3181

4 ratan chairs; floor lamps, i I 3216 Bunnell ID 7-7119
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other items. Inquire at Cheno- CLEANERS i FURNITURE iI

let corner AlA and 23rd street, I Biddle Gulf ServiceGASOILLUBRICATION I Ormond Bedding and

Flagler Beach. It I Furniture Co.
BUNNELL CLEANERS
--- GULF TIRES & BATTERIESOpen ,i Substantial Discounts on AllBEDSSOFASFURNITURE I
FOR SALE-Your best buy in i

town. New 2 bedroom home. Tile 7 A. M.-10 P.M.-7 Days EVERY CLEANING I $10 Tradein Covers Down Payment
1
bath, electric kitchen screened State&Lambert US 1-ID 7-7190 SERVICE R. S. ROBENBERRY, Owner \
I Open>> Dally S to 6 60 Granada, Ormond Bch. OR 7-6411
porch, terrazzo. floor, extra big
Phone'ID 7-3188 { -
with half bath. Waterfront I Colonial Service Station
garage I 115 N. Bay St. Bunnell I! GARDEN SHOP
lot.Third house on Avalon .. EARL E. RICE. ProprietorGASOILLUBRICATION

.. Ave., in Venice Park. I ::::.:......'. .. Gray's Garden Center
.... .' lleadqunnera for Gardening Need
.. .. CONCRETE PRODUCTS
AND .
... MOTOR TUNE-UP
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... :. Ceramics.. Gifts. Dry Arrangement
3 bedroom home 2 tiled baths ..::.:...... .. GOODYEAR TIRES & BATTERIESU.S. Your "Q" For ConcreteDial Materials

big electric kitchen Florida Dress Pattern\ ::.:.:.:.: .""0;, .,*' ., HIWAY 1 BUNNELL Annuals Shrubbery Fertilizers

room 2 single garages, and work No. 3216-New .':. :'0": . .
est look In fash' ; \ '
147 Tomoka Avenue-Ph. OR 7-051
boat house water
shop or on ion-In this relaxed Sullivan's Gulf Service DAYTONA BEACH ORMOND
front lot. Third house on Lan. little two-piece you have the newest

tana Ave., Venice Park. See look in fashion, the tunic that sits to GULFGASOILSLUBRICATION Quillian's Concrete Inc. HARDWARE I
easily on the figure, all the newer for I ,
Emil Huber builder Lantana Its softly tied sash, its stand-away mandarin TIRES-TUBES-ACCESSORIES THAT FAMOUS PAINT
Ave., HE 92196. 12-15-tf neckline. Beach Information

No. 3216 comet in sizes 12, 14, 16, "Specializing in Service and DRUG STORES .-_-_.. Exclusively at
FOR SALE-Flagler Beach house 18, 20. Size 14 fakes 3% yards of 39- Clean Rest Rooms"In "/
The Heart of FlaglT Beach
party furnished. Two bedrooms Inch fabric. Anderson Drug Store a- I FLAGLER BEACHLtHARDWARE
Needlework Pattern No. 961-Some.
CCB, large lot, located on Pal.
thing inexpensive, easy-to-make and AUTO REPAIRS -- Prescriptions
metto Ave. in Venice Park. Price cute as a button. Its this "Sleeptime"doff
Sick Room Supplies Flagler Beach HE 9-2103
$8,500.00. Call Ed Mathews, made from a man's sock.Pattern 961 EDGAR'S GARAGE I
Sundries
Gainesville FR 6.9064. contains complete instructions for making -
doll and clothes. 24-Hour Towing Service Village HardwarCenter :

Dec. 1-Tf. Send 35c for each dress pattern, 25c COMPLETE AUTO REPAIRS BUNNELL HOUSE PAINTS :1

for each needlework pattern (add lOc Automatic Transmission Service Match and mix any colorBuilder's
FOR SALE-Charming new 2 for each dress pattern for first class mailing Wheel Balancing-Front End Moody's PharmacyFlagler
bedroom home in Flagler Beach. )to AUDREY LANE BUREAU, Box 1490, Alignment Supplies Kitchenware

Tile roof, terrazzo floors stylish New York 1, New York. 240 Granada Ormond-OR 70893 County's Corner Drug store GIFTS GREETING CARDS

kitchen PRESCRIPTIONS AlA Ormond Beach CL 2.0420
dining room. Sodded
AUTOMATIC TRANSMISSION
waterfront lot; direct access to DRUGS-SUNDRIES
HAWKS FARMER'S FRIEND JEWELER
Inland Waterway. Take 2nd St. FOUNTAIN SERVICE

to end: turn rt. $12,800. Contact Though maligned as pests, HOLLY HILLHYDROMATIC O. F. BEACH
BunnelL Fla. Phone ID 7.3661
hawks rodents
largely
on SERVICE
local broker or P.O. Box 457, prey Jeweler
and insects. It is estimated thata
Flagler Beach, Fla. Dec. 1-tf Repairing RebuildingCentral ORMOND PRESCRIPTION Elgin Watches-Diamonds
single hawk saves farmers
Florida' flat specialists In Exceptional Gifts
FOR RENT-Unfurnished large about $110 a year in rodent dam AUTOMATIC TRANSMISSIONS PHARMACYSick
1239 Ridgewood Holly Hill Watch Repairs-Engraving
2-bedroom garage apartment. age. OR 7-1381 Room SuppliesSundries24Hour
46 W. Granada Ormond Beach
Call HE 9.2318, or see Zeke Prescription Service OR 7-2384

Chaffee. 11-17-tf FREE PAINT BAR AND PACKAGE STOREBAMBOO Free Delivery in Flagler BeachRt.

AlA 1 mi. North of PAINTING CONTRACTOR
One extra gallon of your choice
FOR RENT furnished 2 bedroomone ORMOND BEACH-Tel. OR 7-1661
with each galloi you buy ,
bath house, Daytona Ave., R.
Flagler Beach. Completely ren Mary Carter Paint Store BAR & COCKTAIL Thompson PharmacyYour MoodyPAINTING
Health Is Wealth
ovated. $65.00 per month. Keys AltoVe.tvate Chopping Center LOUNGE Put YourPRESCRIPTIONS

can be picked up at Sullivan's Open Under New Management

Gulf Station. Nov 10-tf.. Come In and Get AcquaintedOcean In Our Hands Phone ID 7.3240
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FOR RENT on the ocean 1 and QJljr 3fflagler SrtbmtFBUlfNELL. Blvd AlA Flagler Beach Ormoad Drug A Prescription shop BUNNELL FLORIDA
141 W. Granada-Ormond 7-1421
2 bedroom apartments complete.
FLORIDA RADIO-TELEVISION
ly furnished, utilities included. FLAGLER BEACH GILL DRUG COMPANY ,

Sensible rate day week, month, \ PAUL'S RADIO & TV

or permanent. Sun Sea Motel MRS. M. B. FULLER Editor HOTEL BAR Walgren AgencyPRESCRIPTIONS Atenna Sales & Installations

formerly Flagler 1\fanor- "The Meeting Placeof Authorized Sales RCA Victor

9-15-tf Decimated Omelal PablleattM Flagler County"MJim Sick 'Room Supplies Sundries We repair all other TV&Radio seta
for Public Notice of Flakier
and Yvonne Serving 19 W. Granada Ave. Ormond )leaeh 1370 Ocean Blvd AlA
Gouty, Municipalities therein OR 7-5350
Ormond Beach OR 7.2852
. JOHNSTON'SFLAGLER and the State of Florida I I
FUEL, OILKING'S
BOTTLE GASHARRIS
BEACH REALTY CO. NURSERY

LOTS HOMES OCEAN FRONT Entered aa seeoad elaaa matte BOTTLE GAS TRUCK STOP _

WATER FRONT FARMS February e,1013.at the ...t.Sd Wagon Wheel Nursery
BULK
BOTTLE or GAS & OILS Plants
ACREAGESee at Buaaell Florida, aader act of PHILLIPS 66 Shade Trees, Potted
ONLY
FLAGLER COUNTY'S
us for your real estate needs March .s. 1878. HOME OWNED GAS COMPANY Delivery in the County on Shrubs
Fuel Oil, Kerosene, Tractor Fuel 1.000 plants free; one with every
Office Phone HE 9-2242 PHONE ID 7-3551 dollar you spend. Thousands of
Residence Phones ID 7-3691 One year -'St60 Gasoline varitles at reduced prices. Best In
Help Flagler County Grow
Blx: months :_ $1.25 ID 7-3676 town.
U.s. 1 N. Bunnell -
or ID 7.3517 By Shopping at Home 548 S. 11.S. 1 Hwy Orraoed Beach






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luted. | Melt butter in saucepan, add
..,..,.,.. I Vine Ripe Tomatoes '
. ..ay yi ;. ,...; 1 small can lobster, drained .garlic, onion and seasoningsand
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: Available in' WinterIs and diced with kitchen scissors. cook until onion is transparent -

Florida 1 small can shrimp, drained. | Add mushroom soup
TriumphBecause
::;:j 1 small can lump crabmeat I and rest of ingridents and sim-
>. of the greatly increased (1% pound each of fresh seafood I I mer about 20 minutes. Place to-
:;:
; acreage more housewives this may be substituted). j I matoes in ovenproof serving
II I winter will enjoy more vine ripe 1 medium grated onion. dish and pour sauce around
: tomatoes than ever before. They 1 can ripe olives, drained I them.
I II may be used sliced, In salads and pitted. Brush tops with melted butter
I as garnish or in dozens of ways. % cup butter. j and sprinkle a little parsley for
I Here is one good way to use % teaspoon oregano. .!garnish over them. Place ripe
them in a recipe called TOMA- 1 clove garlic, minced. 'olives in strategic places in the
TOES SHIPWRECKED. Tomatoes % teaspoon basil. ,sauce to make it look pretty.
shipwrecked in a sea of savory % cup finely chopped parsley. Stick under the broiler until to-

seafood sauce, is a colorful, appetizing Salt to taste. matoes and sauce have little
., : __ and nutritious dish and Freshly ground pepper to I brown spots (maybe 10 minutesor
( I can be prepared in minutes: taste. so but watch it.) Serve in
6 vine ripe tomatoes, cut once 1 tablespoon sherry wine (OP- the same dish with Parmesan
I II horizontally. I tional). ,cheese in a separate dish. This
II 1 can mushroom soup, undi 1 tablespoon lime juice. .serves six.

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I i INAUGARATION SALE"Our

PILLAR OF FIRE Police and firemen carry the body of a i
victim past the Pillar of Fire church? after crash of a jetliner in
the Brooklyn, New York, neighborhood In.the worst American air il' Oath Of Office Our Customers Complete Satisfaction
disaster in history. I

II I Always Lowest Prices Friendly Service Good Meats Top

I Value Stamps. '


LETTERS TO I Shurfine YOUR CHOICE


THE EDITOR... I ELBOW MACARONI or Maxwell House


I LONG SPEGHETTI 3 for 25C COFFEE

Mrs. M. B. Fuller, Editor: I have originated. We have never Delited 4 lb. jar

Flagler Tribune: I made any such charge. APPLE JELLY ea.79c
The St. Johns County Blood libFolger's
Recent publicity in connection I Bank is NOT a commercial blood Master Premium 49
with the blood donor drive in bank. A commercial blood bankis
BEER bag
Bunnell has contained such flag a blood storage center which 6 pak89c .
rant demonstrations of misinformation i purchases blood from donors
Cabin Home
Giant 10 jarCORNMEAL
and untruths reflectingon and sells it outright. A patient I oz.
the St. Johns County Blood securing blood from a commer- 5 Ib. bag 29c INSTANT COFFEEea.990
Bank and the Putnam County cial bank is charged for the .
i Calo No. 1 can
Blood Bank that we feel com- blood and there is no moral obligation -
Limit one with $5.00 food order
pelled to clarify the operational to secure donors to re-I DOG FOOD 2 for 29
policies of the St. Johns County place the blood. A blood bank
Blood Bank in the handling of acting as a community project I Shurfresh 1 lb. qtrs. I TABLE RITE MEATS I

blood needs of St. Johns County keeps the cost of blood to the OLEO 211is. 35
and Flagler County. patient at a minimum by j I I Extra Lean Center Cut

The St. Johns County Blood charging only fot the cross- j; Kraft
Bank is a self-supporting non- matching service and Pork 69
profit organization whose only izing the moral emphasi'I'I I Mayonnaise 39* Chops lb. -

source of income is the cross- the patient to see that ,

match fee of $15 charged to the is replaced. !I Limit one with $5.00 food order Sugar Cured Rib or Clear (By the piece)
patient for each transfusion.This The St Johns County Blood
fee includes the administration Bank has been for the past nine SMOKED BACON ,b.390Sugar .
I
I I Farm Fresh Produce I
set with which the bloodis years the main supplier of blood i I i
given. We services for Cured SmokedBACON
require a depositon Flagler County even I
donors in order that we may though replacement donors from I Golden Ripe

be assured of replacement of the that county have not covered i; BANANASFresh lOc SQUARES Ib.29
blood used. This donor deposit I the number of bloods used. We, lb.
may be redeemed at any time in the past, have made mobile Florida Heavy Western Beef Steers
within ninety days by having !unit trips to Bunnell to secure LETTUCE head 19c SIRLOIN'
donors 'donors and continued this i *
acceptable give either in serve U.S. No. 1YELLOW STEAK lb. 95
St. Augustine or at any recog- ice until such time as so few SQUASH 2 Ibs. 29c & RIB I
nized blood bank in the United donors presented themselves for I
States. When blood is replaced bleeding that the trips were no World's BestHAMBURGER
then the total charge is the laboratory longer practical.In FROZEN FOODS I I

crossmatch fee of $15. writing this article we do 3bl29The ,
We do not charge the patientfor not intend to discredit in any I Winter Garden 8 oz. pkg. :

having processed blood avail. way the services of the Volusia- i MEAT PIES 3 E
for55c Perfect Shortening 3 lb. can
able and ready to be cross- Flagler County Red Cross Cen-
matched nod do we charge to ter but merely to point out that I Birds Eye 10 oz. pkg. I
take donors as replacements for whether blood is obtained from MIXED.VEGETABLES 2 for 47c SNOWDRIFT 57
blood used. Any individual or Daytona or St Augustine the \
Mrs. Smiths 26 oz. :
organization may have a reserve fee is I '
crossmatching essentiallythe
APPLE PIES ea 49c Limit one with $5.00 food order
credit account in the bank simp same and that while the Red
ly by having donors give bloodin Cross charges a $4.50 processing Osage 2l/2 canPEACHES

deposit. to the account at no fee to the hospital for un- 25 FREE 25C
charge.In !recrossmatched blood plus community ea ,i
the several newspaper art blood replacements and I TOP VALUE STAMPS Red Dart 303 can !I
icles relating to the blood do- I the hospital, in turn, chargesthe with the purchase ofNew :
CUT GREEN BEANS 5 69C
nor drive the following state- crossmatching fee to the patient Quart Can for
ment was made: we make only the one LIQUID ALL
"Blood needed for Flagler charge of $15 plus patient recruited This coupon void Jan. 7, 1961 :
has donors for the same 50 FREE
County persons previously --" TOP VALUE STAMPS
been purchased at a cost of $35 service. 25 FREE at SHELTON'S SUPER MARKET
at commercial We are pleased for the citi-
to $85 per pint a 4
I with $5.00 food order or more and this coupon
blood bank. The program now zens of Flagler County to have TOP VALUE STAMPS Limit one to a family
will enable persons to receive blood available with the least I with the purchase of
free blood when needed exceptfor possible inconvenience. After all, Bordens NAME f
type and crossmatch (that is the objective of any reputable I I INSTANT POTATOES ADDRESS
charges." I blood banking service, This coupon void Jan. 7, 1961 This Coupon Expires Jan. 7, 1961_,
., :, <
We have been informed by I and we sincerely hope that each
the Flagler Clinic and Hospitalthat I and every citizen of Flagler
they have never purchased County who is physically ableto QUANTITY RIGHTS
blood from a commercial blood give blood will do so real RESERVED
bank and that all of the blood izing that blood needs are always PRICES GOOD

used by the hospital has been urgent needs and that unless tr Thurs. Fri. Sat. .
secured from either St. Augustine blood is' donated to cover Jan. 5 .6.. 7, 1961
or Palatka. The above these needs someone will not
STORE: HOURS t
quoted figure of $35 representsa live.
RR EEPOT Mon. thur FrL AM.645 P.M. :
unit of crossmatched blood The St. Johns County "
plus the redeemable donor de Blood Bank, Inc.. Sat 8 A.M. 9 P. M.

posit. We do not know where 10 San :Marco Ave:, "THE FRIENDLIEST. STORE IN TOWN". BUNNELL. FLORIDA ,
,the figure "$85 per pint" could St. Augustine, Fla.'



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I Mr. and Mrs. John Turner of I
r 'CJ.f} f} Tampa spent several days this '
: &acL I week here in the Turner: place. :
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; FLAGLER' -
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:. Mr. and :Mrs. William Givens
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: LUNA BABBITT have arrived from Akron, Ohio,
-'. to spend several months in their
HEmlock 92039
Telephone
I place here. I. FOOD STOREMOODY J

FLAGLER BEACH PTA COMMUNITY MEMORIAL Mrs. Agnes Lee of Daytona
TO MEET NEXT WEEK [CHURCH NOTES Beach spent two days heer last
I BLVD. & CENTRAL AVE.
The Flagler Beach P.-T. A. will Members of the Community week with Mrs. Mittie :McKinnon. -
meet at 7:30 the evening of January Memorial Church will have a FLAGLER BEACH FLORIDA -
10, at the school cafetorium. business meeting on Thursday, I
John Cannon, guidance counselor January 5, at 7:30 P.M. at the Mr. and Mrs. Elza Burkholderfrom PRICES GOOD-Thurs. Fri. Sat. Jan. 5' 6 7th
for Flagler county schools, Church. A short devotional will Michawake, Ind., visited
here several last week with 6oz Maxwell House INSTANT
will present the program. This be conducted just before the days
Rev. R. W. Dickert, their granddaughter, Mrs. William
will be especially intresting to meeting by
the parents who missed the recent the pastor. Babbitt. They returned to COFFEE 5'9
course conducted here by Rev. Dickert's topic for the their home Friday, .accompanying jar
their and in
daughter
son
Dr. Edward Flemming. morning worship service next
law, Mr. and Mrs Ray Burk Limit One $5.00 or More Food Order
Sunday will be "The Programof
. holder, of South Bend, Ind.
METHODIST HURCH NOTES God For This World." Sunday 14, oz. HienzKETCHUP

Rev. R. N. Hoover, minister. school is held each Sunday I Returning to their schools 2Se
I'morning at 10 o'clock with bottle
Sunday school 9:30 A.l\f., Church this week after spending the
,: service 10:30 A.M. Special mu- classes for all ages. holidays here with their parents, 303 CanGREEN -
, sic by the choir. Mr. and Mrs. Harold Massie, are
There will be a Bible study :Mr. and Mrs. Earl Thiel have j their daughters. Tess left Tuesday GIANT CORN 2 for39C .
class at 11:30 A.M. following the returned to their home here aft- for Rollins College in Win
morning worship service with er spending ten days in Spring- 'I ter Park and Trudie left Monday 200's
Rev. R. N. Hoover teaching. field, Mo., with relatives. 'I for Hovvey-in-the-Hills.
There will be a covered dish
KLEENEX 1OC
dinner for all members and Douglas Schatz, stationed in Mr. and Mrs. Ray Gongwer pkg .1
friends. Please bringa dish to I Jacksonville with the U.S. Navy, arrived from Nevada, Ohio, tospend
pass. Rolls and coffee will be had several days leave here dur- several months vacation Limit two with $5.00 or more food order
furnished. All members_ and ing the weekend with his par- here. ,
Chicken of the Sea
friends are invited. All meet- ents, Mr. and Mrs. Robert Schatz. I
ings are held in the Woman's I Mrs. Beatrice Collings and her CHUNK TUNA can Zge
Club building. George :Moody, Sr., Leonard son, Mack, have been spending
January 9, Methodist Men's Moody attended the Governor's this week with Mr. and Mrs. E. Shurfresh
Club will meet at 'the home of Inauguration in Tallahassee M. Spivey. 'I
SALTINES 19e
Leonard Johnson at 7:30 P.M. Tuesday.Mr. lb. j
_
January 12, Woman's Societyof Guests of :Mr. and Mrs. John
Christian and Mrs. Stanley Springerand 25 oz. Lucky Leaf
Service willl meet Botterbusch during the holidayswere
at the Flagler Woman's Club family visited on Sunday their son and daughter in APPLE SAUCE 4 $1 ,}
building with Mrs George with her parents, Mr. and Mrs. law, Mr. and Mrs. Jackie Botter for
Moody, Sr., hostess. The time David DeCastro in Orange Park. busch of Jacksonville, and their Pillsbury Cinnamon Streusel
will be 9:30 A.M. and all'mem- i son in law and daughter, Mr.
bers and friends are welcome.Mr. Mr. and Mrs. Jim Erisman' of and Mrs. Carlile Spivey with COFFEE CAKE MIX pkg. 3ge
Daytona Beach spent Monday their... family, also of Jackson I
and Mrs. Charles Shultz here visiting with Mr.. and Mrs. ville. 46 oz. Del Monte -
and their four children from Walter Bennett and :Mrs. Agnes I I PINEAPPLE GRAPEFRUIT

Danville, Ill,. have been spending Lee. '. ..- Rev. and Mrs. Reynold Hoover JUICE 4 $100
,
the holiday season here with 1 have been entertaining as house for
his parents, Mr., and Mrs. Clar- Charles Northrip stopped by guests Mr. and Mrs. Lee Rooney 24--Libby's---
ence Shultz. Thursday to visit with Judson I and daughters,'Marda Lee and oz.
Stryker as he was returning to I Jill, from Jacksonville; also BEEF STEW 49e
Mr.: and Mrs. Charles B. Sud- the University of Florida -in I Major and Mrs. John M. Kipp I II can
gen from Miami have been the Gainesville from Titusville and daughter, Susan, from Snowdrift
house guests of Mr. and :Mrs.J. where he spent Christmas with Wayne, Pa.Continued.
L. Presswood for the last his mother, Mrs. Robert Burn. I 4 lb. 49 '

week. sed. ( on raze-8)-- Shortening can

i i Limit one with $5.00 or more food order j


MASSIE'S MOTOR COURT PRODUCELarge



LETUCE head 190

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OPEN HOUSE Fresh CrispCELERY

I a for 190


Sunday, January 8, 1961 TOMATOES Fresh ,b. 290


I FROZEN FOODS !

Celebrating Our TENTH ANNIVERSARY Swanson's l


of Business In Flagler CountyYou TV DINNERS. each S9e'I

6 oz. Seald SweetORANGE


are invited to stop by and see our custom JUICE 6 for 990 I

10 oz. BirdseyeGARDEN .

decorated rooms and cottages. PEAS 2 for 4S0


BEST MEATS vAny where* -
Each One Individually Styled t tI I
? Grade "A" Western Beef


Refreshments* In Our Office Lounge Chuck Roast lb. 55* '

I J
12 oz. pkg.COPELANDS.

YOUR- Recommendation has been OUR Success FRANKS 1b..390 ;j

Palm RiverSLICED !
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Thank You -:
BACONlb.. 490 ',1:

THE MASSIES I Tender Smoked COPELANDS 1 I

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1 and has been assigned to Cha- .

i r.. 1I 1i i nute, Airforce Base in Illinois. START THE NEW YEAR RIGHT = SHOP AT

BRANNAM'S AND SAVE BETTER EATING .
I House guests of Mr. and Mrs.
Hubert Pellicer during the AND STILL IN YOUR BUDGET PLUS WE
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LOCALJ. ? 'Christmas holidays were Mrs. GIVE YOU THE MOST VALUABLE STAMPS IN
Elise Atkinson and 'son Neil of j
Baxley, Ga. ; TOWN SUPER SAVE STAMPSRed


' GRESHAM FAMILY BRADLEY, FAMILY ENJOYS I; Mrs. Frank Boswell and son & White 46 oz.PINEAPPLE.
ENJOY REUNION I REUNION DURING HOLIDAYSMr. II I i Norman returned to their home .

I, here this week after a holiday t JUICE 39e
:Members of the J: F. Gresham and Mrs.. A. G. Bradley of visit in Alabama with her ,
family enjoyed a family get.to. I Espanola shad as their guestsfor mother. 'I

gether during the Christmas a Christmas dinner party Rocket Chocolate Box of 12MARSHMALLOW ;
":.AI. holidays. Christmas, day they I and family reunion:
Mr. and R. A. Powell
Mrs. were
enjoyed a turkey dinner with Mr. and Mrs. W. S. Brannon PIES 39e
in Tallahassee this week attending
"all the trimmins" at the Gresh- and son, Mike, of Tucson, Ariz.; .
am home in ,Bimini. Mr. and Mrs. K. M. Hoffman the Governor's inauguration -

t Those present were: :Mr. and and children :Marsha and Lisa ceremony. I II Florida CrystalSUGAR

Mrs. Thomas Gresham and son of Auburndale; Mr. and Mrs. R. I
J I
Mr. and Mrs. Brice of Rose
Larry of Tampa; Mr. and Mrs. A. Bradley and children, Ken I 5 ,lb. bag 3ge
Hill, N. C., were visiting here'!
Marvin Gresham and two children
neth and Delores of Hampton,
I the Limit one with $5.00 order :
during holidays with Mrs.Brice's
of Gainesville Mr. and I I
l ; Va.; Mr. and Mrs. H. C. Cobb
Mrs. Harvey Gresham and two I and daughter, Sue, of Espanola; I brother and sister in law,
children of Cocoa; Mr. and Mrs. Mr. and Mrs. Herbert Bradleyand I Mr. and Mrs. Bernice Jones. They MEAT DEPARTMENTBEEF ;
I also visited in Miami with her
Gary Gresham and two children three_children, and Mr. and f i
f of Flagler Beach and Shug :Mrs. ,Eldon Knight and Kim, all i brother in law and sister, Mr. I II SALE U.S. GOVT. GOOD i iJ
I
.. Gresham. '. and Mrs. Willard Johnson.
of Bunnell. -
Mrs. .Brice will be rememberedas I -
Also visiting with them on I ROUND STEAK 8ge
the former Miss Grace Jones lb.
of last I
Wednesday
Tuesday
NELL JOHNSTON IS I of Bunnell. I
HOSTESS AT A week was :Mrs. J. J. Glenn of I
SIRLOIN STEAK
99e
SLUMBER PARTY Plant City.
lb.
Visiting here last week with I I

Nell Johnston entertained I Mrs. T. E. Lovelace, Sr., was her Boneless RolledRUMP '
three of her young girl friendsat :Mr. and Mrs. H. T. Cook were son in law and daughter, Mr; I

a slumber party on New I in Tallahassee Monday and and Mrs. T. B. Andrews, and I ROAST 99

Year's Eve at the home of her Tuesday attending the inauguration daughter, Lois, of Athens, Ga. I ,b.

parents, Mr. and :Mrs. A. B. ceremony Mrs. Andrews will be remembered

Johnston. ?. as the former Miss Julia Edge T BONE STEAK b. 9ge

Those present were Gail CPO Bob French left :Mondayto Lovelace of Bunnell.

Wadsworth, Lynda Cody, and spend a week in Washington, SIRLOIN TIP ROAST 99e
Kathy Barber. D. C., at the navy base. He will CARD OF THANKSWe ,b.

return here next weekend to would like to thank our
Western Corn Fed Pork Half Whole
or
Mr. and Mrs. Jimmy Helmsare spend a month's leave with his friends and relatives for their

returning to Tallahassee family before going to an over prayers, cards, flowers and visits
I PORK LOIN
this week after spending the seas assignment with the U. S. during our stay in the hospitals. ,lb. 49

Christmas holidays here with Navy. Kathryn Gresham. I
her parents, Mr. and Mrs. Omega CAROLYN PRESTON I Center CutPORK
Durrance. During the past week I'
Lanny Alford of Washington, CHOPS -
end they had 'as their guests D. C. is spending a vacation Persian limes grown in Florida I ,lb. 590
Mr. and :Mrs. Luther Tucker Jr. are seedless.
here with Mr.. and Mrs. O. F. I fh II II II II II II
and five children of Tallahassee.
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Alford. W..4 W..4 M M M M I ''M I WlM: 1.Y..II; lf ll.Y..I 1;>1L1: n.v..I: r

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Guests of Mr. Ahd Mrs. Homer 4 I Super Save Stamps
Frank Boswell spent the week CA
Brooks during the holiday sea s week's'r !
end in Orlando visiting with his
son were Mr. Brooks' brother in _111 with your purchase $5.00 or
law and sister, Mr. and Mrs. mother and sister. I pa er s... more food order at

Sidney O'Brien of Jacksonville. ,,, IYAUDEEYLANEA. FREE BRANNAM'S FOOD MARKET
Mr. and :Mrs. Lamar Mercer

I and family of Orlando visited .
I StampsName.
here during the past weekend
Blackwell'sRestaurant :.
with his :Mr. and Mrs.
I parents I -
f Frank Mercer.Mr. This Coupon Expires Jauuary 7, 1961

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18th St. & A1A and Mrs. Jim Townsendand
Flagler Beach family have moved to their FROZEN FOODS

I new home in Haw Creek.

SHRIMP Minute Maid 6 oz. *> ,

CHICKEN Mr. and Mrs. Ferris Solomonand

BARBECUE. children, Davy and Jenny, ORANGE JUICE 4 for 89C

FISH were holiday visitors in Douglas

SANDWICHESBunnell Georgia.Mrs. Birds Eye 9 oz. .


A. G. Jones and children GREEN BEANS 2 for 45 c
L were visiting with relatives in

Douglas, Ga. during the holi I Birds Eye 10 oz.CREAMED.

TheatreFri. days. .

+ I 1 r I CORN 2 for 450Swanaon'a
Mr. and Mrs. M. B. Fuller were 0d4
& Sat. Jan 6-7 in Orlando Sunday visiting with 11 oz.
i
their and neice, Mr. and w
nephew
PAY OR DIE BEEF CHICKEN PORK LOIN
Mrs. L. A. (Andy) Yelvington.

StarringEmest They were also getting acquainted 319N TV DINNERS
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Borgnlne and Zohra with their new great-

Lambert nephew, Kevin Yelvington.Mr. Ina
i0 Chicken of the Sea '

and .Mrs. Sherman Glover
Sun. & Mon. Jan 8.9 l 1498
have moved to their trailer on ,l 10-20 TUNA .1.4 size Zge

THE GAZEBO the fire tower property.Mrs. .


Starring : Dahlia Creech of St. Augustine Kraft
Glenn Ford and Debbie visited here.several days I

Reynolds during the holidays with her I I Il P.I a OIL quart 4ge

brother in law and sister, Mr.
.
and Mrs.. J. C. Rodgers.Mr. Our Value

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and Mrs. Harry Atkinsonhad SHORTENING 3ge
STOP IN 3 lb. can
as their house guest during I Dress Pattern No.1496-Wear It.,
the ,Christmas weekend his 1 I I wnere-with a minimum of fabric .r'.1 Limit one with $5.00 order

Alex Atkinson of Brunswick -I I sewing time,IOu can turn out this
And See Us uncle, torn frock that It to ,."atile.I .
Ga. No. 1498 with PHOTO-GUIDE It In '
-atSandy's I I I sizes 10, 12, 14 16, 18, 20. Butt 31 to
,After spending a Christmas 40. Sue 12,32 butt,3V yard of 35-inch. : BRANNAM'SFood !
'Hideaway1 No. Moke
Need/eworJt Pattern 329-N-
furlough here with his parents, i I a sew-easy gingham apron then trim it -
Mile South of :Mr. and Mrs. G. S. Anderson, with a gay glass design or pretty pansies
FLAGLER PIERTry Don Anderson has returned to I I In CTOtt-ttitch and v.r. ready for a Market
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party No. 329-N hat apron directional
Our Tasty Montgomery Ala., where he is I I graph for glass' and pansy design;
stationed with the U. S. Airforce. eofcr chart.
DINNERS, SEAFOOD, Send 35c for each dress pattern, 25e ,
Red
Your & White Store
SANDWICHESCOLD for each needlework pattern add lOc
Moses Atkinson has recently for each pattern for first class mailing) to .
BEER completed his basic training at AUDREY LANE UXfAU, Depf. ""'KWNS 119 N. BAY St. Phone ID 7-3496 .

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I fiber added to wool or in a blend, the percentage of piecing. Piercings do not affect

'Problem I Slacks For The II rayon must be quite high to get I each fiber; whether the garment the wearing quality of a suit.
I these 'benefits. The rayon and :should be washed (with instructions But they are stiff and bulky.
I
'lr Men And Boys ;dacron blend should have 55 for washing) or dry cleaned They may affect comfort and
For. Centuries I i per cent dacron. There should ; and whether any special fit.
; Buying slacks for the men with rayon for best wear. finishes, .such as water repel- .. ..
;. Time is, as no one can deny, .and boys in your family takes I For warmth, nothing measures lance, or crease resistance, have tV L MtisiY'' L iV.Fi aM4Y rI

very valuable, so it is not surprising more thought today than in the I up to wool or wool blends. However been used. I{ FRED A.: FRUITS

man learned how to past. 1 1I corduroy is both practicaland Simple checks on quality of 1
count it accurately, down to the The variety of styles, fibers, I I popular. The cotton twills, slacks are to look at the pocketsand N JEWELER
minute, even to. the second. But, colors, and methods of cleaning cotton sateens, and polished cottons crotch. Full-cut pockets of I; 5 DYAMONDS-WATCHES \
man is not yet, the complete gives you a wide selection from I are especially popular with firm twill are signs of good I :f: REPAIRING
master of time. the teenagers. i\-r".l' -_._. ..._.." -_-JJ.I'wJ
t which to choose. But these, in
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TheGregorian Calendar, pre- !I be 70 per cent orlon when used I j Colors range from the classic
sented to the world in 1582, turn, make the right choice more I grays and tans to the new olivei
Insured & Rest AssuredGET
brought about the first achieve- difficult. shades, rich reds, mustards, and INSURE-Stay
ment of tarnished golds. While, more
any unity on the world
Most slack styles today are solid colors are seen, stripes,
time front. But, it took a long THE BEST PROTECTION FROMH.
I trim with little or- no pleat in checks and plaids-from bold to
time
to catch on. England didn't ;.
front. The tapered legs just subdued I
shades-are available
adopt the Gregorian system until I
I touch the top of the shoe withno I for the young-in-heart. T. COOK AGENCY
1752, after most break. Study the labels and ask
pean countries had done so.
;
I
EgyptiansThe I I I Slack fibers may be cotton, I what questions to want.be sure Information you get Citizens Bank Bldg. Bunnell, Florida I

I I I wool, synthetic, or a blend. I you
ancient Egyptians devised Many of the cottons are rein-
a fairly accurate calendar, similar I forced with nylon for longer

to the Gregorian, in that it wear, but at least, 15 per cent I GOOD NEWS
was divided into 12 periods and 1 I nylon is needed to add extra for potato growers
consisted of -365 days. The difference
I wear. Dacron or Orlon blended

method and between our the present Egyptian time J i I I I with a crease wool, prevents or rayon shrinking helps hold and I Now you can get effective, long residual

counting system, however, was I I makes the fabric washable. .
that the 12 periods used in i I 4F
Egypt consisted of 30 days each, I SOUTHERN POTATO
with the remaining five days of Diseased Arteries

the year "tacked on" to the last I
period, or month, without any Cause Many DeathsDeaths :
;provision for leap years.
I
from diseases of the WIREWORM

The purpose of our Leap Years I I and arteries, with arteriosclerosis

then, is not to give every girl or hardening of the arteries, ..-
the chance to catch herself a I far ahead of 'the others, were

man. Instead, Leap Years helpus listed together as seventh among CONTROL
keep the calendar and the the leading causes of death in "

solar equinoxes congruent. An Florida in 1959, and 21 per cent
adjustment is necessary becauseof more prevalent than a decade

the fact that the solar year ago, according to the Florida WITH S
consists of 365 days, 5 hours, 48 State Board"of Health. Arterios-
minutes and 46 seconds. Without clerosis, except among the aged,
. Leap Years, we would have to is looked upon by many medicalmen
do something with the extra as a disease of "modem

hours. ,high preassure living", officials
explained. IIAJINON
How To Tell
How are Leap Years deter- There were 1,286 deaths attrib-
mined? Years divisible by four' uted to the diseases of the arter-

are .Leap Years-except the ies and veins, with arteriosclerosis -
years numbering the centuries. leading with 54 per cent
They are Leap Years only if di- nonsyphilitic aneurysms next INSECTICIDE SOIL TREATMENT

visible by four after the ciphers with 27 per cent and venous .
have been removed. embolism third with 10 per cent. '1 Now versatile Dlazinon The standard for
These latter' two diseases increased I multiple insect control on fruits and vegetablesis
The use of this system guar- appreciably in incidence I accepted for use as a soil insecticide for
antees the accuracy of the Gre during the past ten years, while '" 4' control of Southern Potato JVireworm.I .
gorian calendar until 2500 A. D. arterioscleosis declined I This is good news to potato growers. These
Perhaps before that time arrives, moder- four big Diazinon advantages tell you why.
ately.
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someone will come up with the ;,> ; p t CONTROLS RESISTANT STRAINS-Diazinon does
"perfect method of marking time By race the ''artery and vein 14" the job where chlorinated hydrocarbons fail.

forever. diseases tend to be more pre- I iCd LONG RESIDUAL ACTION-One application of
valent among whites, and within :: i Diazinon prior to planting protects tubers
each race among males, the re- I tc% until harvest.

port stated. A comparison with u 4, SAFE-Diazinon is one of the safer phosphate
national figures showed Floridato insecticides.

I _._ I I IIB have a consistently lower rate {; ; I VERSATILE Applied as a foliar spray,
for arteriosclerosis than the nation % Ifl i ? : ..' Diazinon is also effective against other insect
and declining more rapidly.The pests attacking potatoes, including flea beetles,
other seven diseases in the xr Colorado potato beetles and dipterous ,
group have been rising in both ; % ,,, leaf'miners.
the state and nation. '' '_' Mtt
Apply AI a Sell Treatment
s. Apply effective, safe Diazinon to potato fields
"These figures show one of the a: ;x '.? as a soil treatment prior to planting. Use sufficient
many directions in which mod- e water to achieve thorough coverage. Then mix
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Jan. 5, '1961 THE FLAGLER TRIBUNE, BUNNELL, FLORIDA PAGE SEVEN

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State Sales Tax I NOTICE OF SALE
i { Notice Is hereby given that un- I
I der and pursuant to that certain
Final Decree of Foreclosure andI ,
Now Is Deductible i I Sale rendered on the 27th day of I
December A. D. 1960, by the

From Income Tax i the orable judges Geo.of Win.the Jackson Seventh, Hon-I

Circuit of the State of Florida. In I Call On Us
I
and for Flagler County in that
Laurie D. Thomlinson District certain cause lately pending in the I.
Director of Internal Revenue, re i Circuit Court of Flagler County
Florida in Chancery wherein Citi- I
minded taxpayers of Florida today j zens Bank of Bunnell. a State

that the Florida sales tax I Banking Company was plaintiff
and Eric A. Lewis and wife. La- I
may be shown as a deduction I Wanna C. Lewis were defendants i
1' being case No. 4164. I. the undersigned -
item on Forms 1040 and 1040W, I Clerk of the Circuit Court I "
Federal income tax returns. j in Flagler County, Florida, will on :
When
i Friday the 20th day of January. I
"Strictly speaking taxpayers : I A. D. 1961 at the north front door
of the Flagler County Courthouse ,
claiming sales tax deductionsare 1 in Bunnell. Flagler County. Flor-

required to be ,able ,to sup- ida, during the regular- and legal
I '
hours of sale offer for sale and
port their claims with records '' sell at public outcry to the highest
and best bidder for cash in hand
of sales tax they have, paid. in order to satisfy the said Final
I "But", Mr. Tomlinson went on to J I Decree of Foreclosure and sale I
l aforesaid the following described
\ say, "this is very difficult for I property situate lying and beingin You Need

the day-to-day purchases that ( Flagler The Easterly County 765 Florida feet of to-wit the: I I

\ people make." For this reason Southeast Quarter of the South- .

r, he said his office has made up of west the Quarter North except 178 feet that thereof part .I

a table that Florida taxpayers lying Westerly of the Florida t .
East Coast Railway of Section I
\ may follow. 16. Township 13 South. Range
31 East. together with all of I
l "Taxpayers who itemize their n 1 the furniture, fixtures and appliances -
deductions, instead of taking the f contained in. on or I
, about the building on the a- GOODPrinting
standard deduction on Forms bove described property. I
t Dated at Bunnel. Flagler County,
1040 or 1040W may find the ta- Florida this 28th day of December -

t ble helpful in estimating the IsRALPH, A. D. 1960.E. HARBERT

f amount to claim for sales taxes Clerk of the Circuit Courtof

on their returns," he said. i i iI Flagler County, Florida
I January 5-Itc
Mr. Tomlinson stated that the II I CAT WALK Kathy Heinz
doesn't mind walking: the cat
law requires taxpayers to sub- I
I even though it's winter. In fact IN TilE CIRCUIT COURT OFI -
stantiate deduction claimedon
any I she's getting well-tanned doing I FLAOLER COUNTY I IN CHANCERY NO. 4118
their returns and if requested
so at Phoenix Ariz.
ROBERT G.
I
they must.be prepared to do so. I FOWLER.Plaintiff.. :

t Ordinarily, however they will I IRENE FOWLER vs. .

not be asked. to produce recordsto IV COUNTY JUDGE'S COURT, Defendant. I
I PLAGLKIl COUNTY FLORIDA. NOTICE TO DEFEND
support the sales tax deduc- FILE NO. 56. THE STATE OF FLORIDA TO:
tion claimed unless it exceds ESTATE ofGEORGE Irene Fowler
I I M. TOMPKINS 5118 E. Frierson Street
p the amount shown in the table. Deceased. Tampa. Florida
NOTICE TO CREDITOR I You are hereby notified that a
The table is set forth below: I TO ALL, PERSONS HAVING suit has been filed against you inI OFFICE FORMS
I CLAIMS OR DEMANDS AGAINST I the above entitled cause; and you
SAID ESTATE: are hereby required to file your an-
Adjusted gross Sales tax You and each of you are hereby I swer with the Clerk of this Court
income payment required to file any claims and demands and to serve a copy thereof upon
which you or either of you. : the plaintiff or plaintiffs attorney, ENVELOPESINVOICES
Under $1,000 _________..uuu.......... $13 may have against said estate in whose name and address is:
I the oltlce of Hon. Duane A. Deen, Ray Selden
$1,000 under $1,500 ...-......-... 15 County Judge of Flagler County I. Selden Building

: $1,500 under $2,000 ..._.._...........19 at his office in the Court House in I 800 Main Street
I Bunnell. Florida:: within eight cal- Daytona Beach. Florida :
, $2,000 under $2,500 ....._._.._... 24J endar months from the time of the I not later than .January 13, A. D. I

$2,500 under $3,000 ..._......_... 24 Each first claim publication or demand of this must notice.be in /(I 1961.I If. you fail to do so, decree pro

, $3,000 under $3,500 ...________ 33 writing and contain the place of confesso will be entered againstyou LETTER HEADS
residence and post office address of I for the relief demanded in the
J $3,500 under $4,000 .......____... 38 the claimant and must be swornto bill of complaint. The nature of

. $4,000 under ,500 ......==..;; -42I by the, or claimant the same his shall agent be void.orattorney said WITNESS suit being my"'hand for divorce.and seal of -

$4,500 under $5,000 ..._..-........ 4,7: JOHN L. TOMPKINS.Administrator said Court this ,7th day of Decem- BUSINESS CARDSSTATEMENTS
of said estate. ber A. D. 1960.
$5,000 under $5,500 ..._........... 52 I 1 I First publication on Dec. 15, 1960. (Official Seal)

: $5,500 under $6,000 ..._._.._... 56 Dec.NOTICE 15-22-29 UNDER& Jan.FICTITIOUS 5-.Itc RALPH Clerk of-E.said HARBERT Circuit Court

$6,000 under $6,500 ......._.._... 60 NAME LAW Dec. 15.22-29 & Jan. 5-4tc
TO WHOM IT MAY CONCERN:
I $6,500 under $7,000 ................ 64 Notice is hereby given that the

$7,000 under $7,500 ................ 61 undersigned pursuant to Chapter
20953. Laws of Florida, 1941 will IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF
$7,500 under $8,000 ......____.._ 71 register with the Clerk of the Cir- I FLAGLER COUNTY FLORIDA BILL HEADS
cuit Court in and for IN CHANCERY NO. 4181
$8,000 under $8,500 ..._........... 75 County; Florida, upon receipt Flagler of PHILIP E. GIBSON.Plaintiff. i

$8,500 under $9,000 ......_.._... 78 proof of publication of this notice, .
the fictitious name to-wit: I vs.
$9,000 under $9,500 ..._........__. 82 SURF BAR AND RESTAJRANTunder LELA W GIBSON, RULED FORMS

$9,500 under '$10,000 ..._....._... 85 selling which beverages we and are food engaged at Flag-in NOTICE TO Defendant.DEFEND I -

$10,000 under $11,000 ._.._... 89 ler Beach. Florida and that the THE STATE OF FLORIDA TO: I
undersigned are the only Lela W. Gibson
$11,000 under $12,000 .........._ 95I interested in said business. persons Greensboro. North Carolina I TICKETS and TAGS
Dated at Bunnell. Florida, this You are hereby notified that a I
'
I $12,00 under $13,000 .. .. 100
-- "- 27th day of December. 1960.L. suit has been filed against you in
, $13,000 under $14,000 ......_... 104 WELLWOOD, the above entitled cause; and you
ELIZABETH AVELLWOOD :are hereby required to file your answer -
f $14,000 under $15,000 ............ 108 with the Clerk of this Court
Dec. 29 & Jan. 5-1-i9-4tc
$15,000 under $16,000 ._......... 111 the and plaintiff to serve or a plaintiff's copy thereof attorney upon, CIRCULARSANNOUNCEMENTS

$16,000 under $17,000 ......._... 114 NOTICE whose name and address is: .
H. T. Cook
t $17,000 under $18,000 ...-.-... 116 NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN Bunnell. Florida
that the Board of County Commis- -
$18,000 under $19,000 ._.._... 117 sioners will receive sealed bids on 1961.If not .later than January 13th. A. D. :

$19,000 under $20,000 ............118 at the the 6th hour day of of February.9:00: o'clock A.D.A.1961 M. I I confesso you fail will to be do entered eo, decree againstyou pro
in the office of the Clerk of the'
for the relief demanded in the
r r r r r r -* Circuit Court in the Flagler Coun- bill of complaint. The nature of
'ty Court House for the following: said suit being for divorce.
; Frank Glad's The following pine lumber rough WITNESS my hand and seal of
10 pieces 8 inch x 10 inch x 16 feet said Court this 12th day of De-
50 pieces 6 inch x 8 inch x 16 feet cember A. D. 1960.
SHOE REPAIR 50 pieces 6 inch x: 8 inch x 14 feet I (Official Seal
f \V. MOODY BLVD. 50 pieces 6 inch x 8 inch x 12 feet i RALPH E. HARBERT We Don't Do The Most
1 Block West of Railroad AND. the following pine lumberfor I Clerk of said Circuit Court
decking dressed on two sides. Dec. 15-22-29 & Jan. 5-4tc
l General Shoe Repair 100 pieces 3 inch x 6 inch x 16 feet
100 pieces 3 inch x 8 inch x 16 feet

:t AND Sixty (60) 55 gallon drums of cop- NOTICE OF STOCKIIOLDERS .
pertreat wood preservative and/or MEETING I PRINTING
0..F. ALFORD creosote. Notice is hereby given that thei
Registered The above to be ordered and delivered -' annual meeting of the Stockholdersof
when needed. the Citizens Bank of Bunnell I
The Board reserves the right to will be held at the office of the
t Real Estate Broker reject any and all bids. Bank in Bunnell. Florida on '
DATED at Bunnel Florida. this nesday January 11.. 1961. at wed-I But We Do Some of the Best
3rd day of A.
i January. D. 1961. o'clock P. M. for the election ofa
i Bunnell Florida ALFRED R. TUCKER. Chairman Board of Directors to serve for
(Official Seal the ensuing year and for the trans-
1 .M. ATTEST action of such other business as
RALPH E. HARBERT. Clerk. I may properly come before the
Board of County Commissioners meeting. .
f RCA VICTOR Flagler County, Florida. 1 HOWELL V. PEAVY Cashier.
LIVING COLOR TV January 5-2tc Dec. 29 & Jan 5-2tc

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EIGHT THE FLAG. ER TRIBUNE, BUNNELL. FLORIDA Thursday, Jan. 5, 1961VestPocket I

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shrew can gobble up its own such a log, the shrew may pass I
BruteIs weight in Japanese beetles, cut- the winter. l,!

Common MammalProbably worms, grubs, and other food in x Though rarely seen, shrews I I'CAN Y Tomb I Ii
three hours. Its body processes I live everywhere in the woods t DorrUA

not one person in a race at fever pitch; in a minuteit and fields and even alongside-I

: hundred can remember seeing draws 800 breaths and has 1'-1 houses. Noses quivering, they,!1 SCARED OFlHUHr UH-

one' but the short-tailed shrew 200 heart beats. It burns dart along their underground :, EVERY LITTLE W JUST

ranks as the most common energy so prodigally that it can passageways in the frantic quest i GOSH/CANDY; % NOISE.__DID /REMEMBER
mammal in the eastern United starve to death in a day and I for food. Preying and being I I WHENEVER :Y SEE A YOU HEAR / ONE I

States-and perhaps the fiercestas die of doddering old age when preyed upon, they play an SPOOKY MOVIE THAT? L _THINS....
well. 16 months old. I portant part in maintaining im-I! lT 61VES ME THE -

ture's balance. CREEPS. p' .,
The highly abundant shrew I: In its hunger-driven rampage, I ,

eludes notice by its smallness I a shrew will attack, kill, and -- I IJlafJle w

and undercover habits, the Na- consume animals twice it size.

tional Geographic Society says. I Missing a meal, it. quickly turns : Beach

Even with its tail the shrew I cannibal. J

measures only, a few inches in The miniature butcher secretesa
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length. It lives just under the salivary venom, and can para- I "
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surface of the ground in fotin- lyze a mouse with a single bite. Guests of Mr. and Mrs. Bernie I

tain-pen-wide tunnels that twist The. poison resembles that of a Wilson have been his parents, 1
I BE CALM..... .'..TUST RUM LIKE
through rotting surface vegetation cobra, but the minute amount Mr. and Mrs. J. M. Wilson, from
When a man spots a shrew secreted has little effert on hu Tampa, and also Leo Sowinski, I I: NEVER GET PANlCKy.- MAD, 1 lI

-which isn't often-he generally man beings. from Washington. I I I

believes. he's seen a small Nonetheless, Eskimos fear the
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mouse. shrew, believing it can eat intoa Elmer Slaugh has returned to I .1

man and burrow into his heart. the University of Florida in' dor
A shrew does resemble a .1.J
One hunter told of a lucky es Gainesville after spending ten : O
mouse, though its head is longer
cape. Encountering a shrew, he days here with his parents, Mr. .J
and more pointed its
; eyes froze in his tracks until the and :Mrs. Lewis Slaugh. I
smaller and its
rudimentaryears II
lilliputian menace had passed "
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hidden by soft fur. Actually -
safely by. Red and Leslie Wilson, fromer I
however, the shrew is an insectivore -
Has Bee-Sized Young residents here, with their children I
like the mole rather
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But the shrew's very ferocity Jimmy and Kim from Day-
than a rodent like the mouse. It
makes it a good friend to man. tona Beach visited here Sunday !
has distinguished forbears. In- I
In its tireless search for nourish- with :Mr. and Mrs. Bernie Wil- : ,
sectivores resembling the shrewsof
ment, it dispatches hordes of insects son.
today lived more than fifty I i PERCE STRINGS BUDDY
slugs, and mice. In turn, 1
million when dinosaurs -
years ago the shrew falls victim to owls, Rev. and Mrs. :Millard Brock
trod the earth. Paleontolo- f LOOK AT THAT AUPlTXPUTTIN6 WELL,IT DRAWS A IF YDU-RE INTERESTED
hawks, weasels, bobcats, snakes, have had as their house guests ,I HER MONEY 1 LOT MORE IFIT EREST IN HUSH QUALITY.
believe extinct insectivore qJ THe TOP Dr:
gists an -
THERE,THAN IP SHE
and foxes. animals with the their ,.
Only during holiday season < HER snxKiru FLAGLER.
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-the minishrew-was an eaal
( an indifferent sense of smell are I friends, Mr. and Mrs. Furman< c HARDWARE
ancestor to whales, elephants,
likely to eat shrews, however. Frank from Brevard, N. C.; their i :
horses, and primates.Are .
They secret an unpleasantly son and daughter in law, Mr. j 3--_ IS THE !

. : Always Hungry musky odor.Solitary and Mrs. Roger Brock, from Eas- I PLACE TORNDIT

Shrews are the smallest of and quarrelsome, the ley, S. C.; their cousins, Mr. and 1 \
shrew knows peace only in the Mrs. Walter Roper and their ,
mammals, but among the
world's greatest trenchermen. A family group. It fathers two or daughter, Miss Judy Brock, from b wci r.Z .
three honeybee-sized young that Greenville, S. C.

are born in a loose ball of leaves

and grasses, generally hidden
Your home won't bea
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From Mrs. D. W. Major, Teko-
mah, Nebraska: When I was a
child, one of the highlights of the .
year was when dad put the coveron i
the wagon and we went camp-

ing.One I .
year our destination was
Plattsmouth Nebr., about eighty
miles from our home. I II
We camped at night usuallyat
a farmstead where permis- I '
if install
you sion was given to put our horses
in a barn. Mother and we girls
slept in the wagon and dad and
my brother took blankets and sleptin

the hay mow.remember .
I so well that we :- tES tel: _
drove down'16th Street in Omaha :
and I suppose we looked liked
GAS HEAT nowlAvoid gypsies but that didn't trouble us. R

These trips were high adventurefor
the cold weather in- us. : __
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.. lived in the country all -
Having
stallation rush; let us equip \
our lives and in those days sel- tI ;
your home with a "Pyrofax" dom going to town the buildingsand I
gas-operated automatic heat environment of a city was

unit to enjoy healthful almost a fairlyland. I i'I
now
ing
The most wonderful part of that 7500 RAYS OF SUNSHINE

even warmth throughout I fairyland was the electrical parade .

your house-all winter long. I which was held in Omaha

Estimates cheerfully given I with every people fall. The and the streets floats were, so beautifully lined. ARE "MADE IN FLORIDA"Ii.!

without charge. I lighted, were magnificent I

Phone today. .1 No parade of today can compare .

I with.We took several trips to lakes S-.: : Be a sport! It's easy to spread Florida sunshine to _- ".".,':

Gas Engineering Co. I nearby, once to South Dakota all family and friends back North. More than 7500 different :
covered We cooked .
wagon. ;
603 N. Beach St. by over an open fire and enjoyed _,_ ,; Florida Products-gifts and souvenirs-are made,grown,or .J

Daytona Beach, Florida every moment of it. ,- :: processed here in the Sunshine State. Put"Floridamade"at --/.
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