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Title: The Flagler tribune
Physical Description: Newspaper
Language: English
Publisher: s.n.
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Place of Publication: Bunnell Fla
Creation Date: January 12, 1961
Publication Date: -1981
Frequency: weekly
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Subjects / Keywords: Newspapers -- Bunnell (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Flagler County (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
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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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"VOLUME 49, NO. 1 r BUNNELL FLORIDA THURSDAY
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JAN. 12, 1961 S2.50 A YEAR
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County Shows V.F.W. IssuesStatement Bunnell ,Senior Lions Club Sends School Board .' 1'.


PopulationIncrease On Class Observes Care Package To
V. ,- Applying 1 i ForSpecial
Their Dances Columbia .
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College NightThe
The Veterans of Foreign Wars The Bunnell Lions Club voted Acts

Flagler County census figures Post 5213 met for a meeting Senior Class of Bunnell .at their meeting Monday to senda .
released by the U. S. Census Tuesday evening and issued the High School participated jointly $12.00 CARE package to Co Mrs. Ria Johnston has been
Department show an increasein following statement., I with the Senior: Class of Mainland lumbia, S. A. I II elected to serve" as chairman of
the County population of "Flagler County Post 5213 Veterans High School in Daytona A report on the three turkey I! the Board of Public Instructionof
1,199 over the 1950 census The of Foreign Wars have been I Beach in College Night Act shoots held during December Flagler County. Mrs. Johnston

1960 census official count show holding weekly dances at thee I tivities on Wednesday Evening stated the club took in a total i was appointed serve as I
ed population of 4,566. Th St Johns Park Community Hall Jof this week.College !! of $101.00. Proceeds from the a member of the Board about
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figures for the 1950 count were since August 13, 1960. It is the i Night Activities't beganat broom sale also gave the club I r a year ago to fill the unexpired
3,367.In purpose and desire of the Post 7:30 P. M., and consisted d of $90.00. term of Hershel King.
the municipalities Bunnell to have a dance in keeping with three periods of orientation: conferences Guests at the Club Mondaywere At the board meeting last
showed an increase of 519 over the reputation and integrity of with representativesfrom Ralph Lemoine and Norman week members voted to apply
the 1950 census. The 1960 ofjficial all Veterans of Foreign Wars nineteen colleges, nursing Cox.Bank. for special legislation repealingacts

count was 1,860. The 1950 Posts. schools, and business schools.All which govern the salaries
count was 1341. The Community Hall is a of these representatives were Officers of superintendent of public instruction
Flagler Beach population figures public building and we sell only from institutions within the I and school board mem
released for the 1960 official soft drinks and charge a minimum state except two, who represented I bers.
count were 970. The"1950 census admittance in order to Emory University in Atlanta, Re-Elected At According to the legal notice
for Flagler Beach were 374., The raise funds for our many com Georgia, and the Massachusetts carried in this issue of The Flag
population increase for the ten munity projects.We Institute "of Technology. Annual Meeting ler Tribune they will also apply
year period was 596. urge that any complaintsany College Night represented an for the resetting of salaries in
The two other small municipalities persons 0 r organizations attempt to acquaint students The Directors of the Citizens each instance. They will also
in the county each may have be brought to the I first-hand with representativesof Bank of Bunnell met for their seek permission to spend -up to
.showed an official count of attendance of Flagler County the various colleges and annual meeting --and election of $1,000 without bids. -

-They- are. Beverly Beach 9.1 Post 5213 V.F.W.". I II schools in which they expressedan officers." ..... Wednesday- afternoon..
jvianneiana.' Each nave oecome interest. I AH ouicers reelected were: President -
incorporated municipalities with- I Flagler GetsRacing The group was accompaniedto Charles Creal; Vice Pres Local StudentsTo
the ten year period. Mainland High School by idents, T. E. Holden and Mrs.
John A. Cannon, School Guidance Lily Creal; Cashier, H. V. Peavy. Play In The
Funds Counselor. Directors are O. F. Alford,
Charles Creal
Harry Clegg, R. W. Cody, Charles All State Band

At Comptroller Ray ,E. Green an New .Course In Creal, Lily Creal, T. E. Holden,
Speaker nounced today that each county and L. E. Wadsworth. Mary Susan Brannam, Mary
will receive $14,500this: week as President Creal said reports Jo Daugherty, and Mike McMil
Rotary TodayCharles Practical Nursing lan left today for Tampa to
their share of the race track showed the bank deposits up play
Creal, president of the funds. Applications are now being slightly over last year. Operat in the All State Band. They
Citizens Bank. of Bunnell will This makes a total to date. accepted for a new course in I ing earning were also up slightly will be in Tampa today, Friday

I ,be ,guest speaker f. tr Roterj.. of $4100ft( .re vedX.. by. each' Practical Nursing to be offered I from a year ago with. the and Saturday. This is held in
: Club luncheon meeting 'tad( ay. county. -I. by Mary 'Karl Vocational-Sc6ool-! loans"-about 1he ''same:: connection with the-Florida Music

Mr. Creal will speak on "Current The distribution of $41,000 exceeds in cooperation with Halifax Educators Association in
Dis-I
Trends in Banking" Club member by $3,500 the total' received trict Hospital, M. F. Tosky, Funeral Service Tampa. .
John Cannon said today. Mr. by the counties at this rector, announced today. Bandmaster Walter Morris will

Creal will be introduced by Mr. same time in any: previous year. Applicants for the course I For' C. E. Purvis accompany will attend the group the Association to Tampaand
-. Cannon who is chairman of the should have a tenth-grade education
meeting.
program committee. Appliance Repair or its equivalent by test. Held FridayFuneral
The age limits for entrance are
t 17 to 45 years. If over 45, the services for C. E.
November CigaretteTax Course New
OpeningThere DepartmentFor
applicant must qualify in mental Purvis, who passed away early

DistributedDirector are now openings for and physical examination, Wednesday morning from a
new 'students in the Electrical I and U. S. citizenship.The heart attack, were held from Telephone Co. ,

of the State Beverage Appliance Servicing Course offered registration fee for the the First Baptist Church of Bun C. J. Yates, Vice President and
Department reports that net by Mary Karl Vocational, course is $5, and the cost for nell at four o'clock Friday after General Manager, Southern Bell
cigarette tax collections for the School, Division of Daytona textbooks, uniforms, etc., is ap noon. The pastor, Rev. Thomas Telephone Company, announcedthe
month of November 1960 amounted Beach Junior College, Milt Tosky proximately $75. The studentis Pinner, officiated. Interment creation of a new department .
t to $2,719,362.71. Of this director, announced today. responsible for her own main- followed at the Espanola Ceme I in Florida to be knownas
amount $694,062.86 will go to This course is designed to tenance while in training at the tery. the Marketing Department.
: the State General Revenue Fund, train students for employment school. The school provides Pallbearers were Harold Huff, The new department will be
and the remaining 2025299.85 in the electric appliance field. I dormitory facilities for out-of- Johnny Mercer, Carl Bratcher, created effective January 15,
will be distributed to qualified The instruction consists of town students at $15 per month Pete Peterson, Robert Schatz, 1961, and will be headed by
municipalities. theory and practical shop work I while in training. Students will and Lawrence West Craig Funeral Paul D. McCandless, who is
Flagler County municipalities in basic electricity, small appliance I receive compensation during the Home was in charge of ar presently General Commercial

receiving the following amounts: servicing, electric motor lant nine months of training. I rangements. Manager. As General :Marketing

; Bunnell, $1,61654: ; Beverly Beach, I repair laundry equiptment, Students completing the Manager_ McCandless will
$40.71; Flagler Beach, $539.63; air conditioning and other ele- twelve-month, course satisfactorily Businessmen! Hold have on his staff C. W. Weber,
:Marineland $69.56. tric appliances. will be eligible to take ex General Directory Manager; L.
Classes are in session from amination given by the Florida Directors MeetingDirectors H. Callaway, General Marketing
.. Average per acre value of !.8:30 A.M. to 3:00 P.M. Mondays State Board of Nursing to be Supervisor; W. A. Ketcham, General
farm land in Florida is through Fridays. The course re come licensed practical nurses. of the Bunnell Busi Sales Manager' and D. R.,
National is $188'1 sixteen At the present time there is nessmen's Association met Fri
average $108. quires approximately, a I Steels, General Special Services
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months for completion. I jiccivy utMiidiiu: fur ncerjistru practical aay evening lor an executive Manager.The .
Interested persons should see nurses for employment in board meeting. They voted to. necessity for creating this
Guidance Counselor, Mary Karl hospitals, physicians' offices, endorse the Blood Bank Program I I new department is to give more
Vocational School or, call CLin- public health agencies, and private and to pay their share of the attention to marketing research,

::: ;,; ; ton 51476. homes. This course, whichis welcome signs for another year. development of services to meet
Attends District fully approved by county and A committe was appointed to customers., communication requirements
Meeting In Lake state agencies, is offered jointly investigate the City regulationson and to meet the
by the Volusja 'County Boardof the door to door canvassing. competition in the communication
t: City MondayRev. Public Instruction' and Halifax They also disscused the possibilities field.
W. L. Spicer Jr., pastor of
I District
; Hospital. of Holding a Seml-Cen- The Marketing' Department
: the Bunnell Methodist Church- Women interested in attending tenial in Bunnell some time this will be responsible for analysis ;
was in Lake City Monday fora the Practical Nursing course year. Sam Malphurs was present of customers' -communication
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:: .? vr:. :F ..:.hZw one day Evangelistic School. are urged to contact Mrs. Mary for discussion.. More details needs both business and residence

; The school was made' up of I Lullen, Guidance- Counselor# will be discussed at a later and to see that these
d Pastors and Laymen of Methodist Mary Karl Vocational School, meeting.A needs are met promptly.
Churches in the Tallahassee, I.P. O. Box 1111, Daytona Beach, report on the Christmas Yates also announced today
t;; Gainesville Orlando, and Jack- or call CLInton 2-2521. This is Drawing for'Prizes given by the appointment of Ben B.
, a sonville Districts. the only Practical Nursing the merchants was read and Brown, presently South Florida
".'." ,:vMv course available in this sectionof tie Directors were highly pleased manager, to succeed McCandless
"" STARS OLD AND YOUNG' Florida. with the results of the pro. as General Commercial Manager.
.. For centuries men assumedthe ject. Plans already under-
are Brown will move from Miami to
f'" SUPPER TIME At Regent's I stars were ageless, but now Total cash income from livestock way for streamlining the program Jacksonville to assume his new
Park Zoo in London Chi Chi many astronomers believe they in Florida has '
gained 708 j for the Drawings next responsibilities, on January 15,
,;. turned the panda tub and sits eats on an his over-por- I may be old, middle-aged, or per cent since 1940. 1 j j I Christmas. 1961. John J; Ryan presently

, /,"_.' rid:e. or whatever It.Is panda's young. New studies suggest that !I A report on the newly form. District Manager at Miami .
|P' ea.t.. I some million stars may be less than a Sugarcane production in Flor- ]led j I Credit Bureau said the plan Beach, will succeed Brown as
years old. ida last year was 1,798,000 tons. has been very ,successfuL South Florida Manager.7"O .





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I 7 PAGE TWQ '_' THE FLAGLER. TRIBUNE BUNNELL FLORIDA Thursday, 3&n.: 12,.._1961 :t


third more than, the previous'Manalucie Tomato suits: has -been-. ,..r .- .tomato- that rather than sfafe;"their: maturity j!

ExploslvesUsed i year's consumption. Only six I can be picked ,pink and bought before they leave the vine is assured I

other states used more explo Is Vine Ripened ripe. 'I & ..1
In Florida Total sives for non-metal mining than I The secret was in the breed. The Manalucie is handled with I'

did Florida. And Growers' PrideThis I ing, the planting and in the .1 the care of a r tiny babe. It is. :1:

Many PoundsMore "Oil prospecting accounted for care in handling. 'The rewardis carefully pulled by hand, instead -
41,250 pounds of explosives in I winter vine ripe tomatoes I in the taste- and you CAN ;I I of machine, polished with ',

Florida in 1959 less than half come into their own. taste the difference. It's what a gentle rubber brush, packed )

than 16, million poundsof the 1958 figure."Construction. In the summer when many tomato growers have been look- I in Individual, brightly colored 't

high explosives were used in I work of all people raise tomatoes in their ing for for years-to say noth- plastic carton and stacked'' in .

Florida for industrial purposes I types used 4,093,000 pounds. The gardens-or even,window- boxes ing of housewives.The sturdy crates with plenty of air. ,{I
during 1959, the Florida State i who's worried about the fresh '"of the vine ripe to- I
balance of the state pride It is shipped, sometimes by ,:
Chamber of Commerce reports. tion went into such consump'I'I tomato taste! But in winter mato industry is the Manalucie, plane but usually by refrigerated '

"Although little realized T>y I tivities as the handling of fertilizer -j when housewives habitually buy developed at one of Florida's truck, almost always directly ,

the average Floridian, explos- materials to the blasting I tomatoes more for the vitaminsand numerous experiment stations. to market, rather than to ware J

ives help turn the wheels of I of holes to plant trees in certain color than the tastewhata The big experiment has been houses for ripening as previous: j+!

mining, manufacturing and con parts of southern Florida." I J bonus to ,have them taste as carried on in Palm Beach coun- ly. 11I
struction throughout the state. Jj i tart and fresh as if they'd been ty, one of the nation's largest ---_

Use of explosives in the statein plucked from your own back !winter vegetable areas. This I Is i

1959 (the last year for which Blood Bank NewsBy yard! year's vine ripe tomato acreage J'I

official figures are available) Growers in South Florida, I more than doubles last year's i Community
( Pat Cowort Publicity Chm)
showed a gain of 16 per cent I I where most of the country's win- because. shippers have found I Memorial ChurchInter.deuomlnatlonal '

over 1958 compared with a 9 per HOW MUCH BLOOD HAVE YOU I II ter tomatoes come from, have them coveted by housewives I II

cent gain nationally."Of I I been experimenting for years wherever they're been availablein '
AIR CONDITIONED 4
The normal human of
the 16,332,000 pounds con- adult with vine ripe tomatoes. Some the past few experimentalyears. I
sumed in Florida, 10,093,000 I average weight has approxi- gave it up as hopeless since Daytona Ave. I' 41'

pounds were used in phosphate, I mately 12 to 13 pints of bloodin originally picking them ripe The Manalucie grows on a FLAGLER BEACH

limestone and related mining his body. I meant getting them over-ripe at vine, rather than a bush, and Sunday School 10:00 A.M.

operations while metal mining There are four main groupsof the market. the tomatoes hang in great Church Service 11:00 A.M. i

used 1,557,000 pounds. Both of blood, A, B, AB, and O. In However, some growers kept ,clusters like king size grapes. I R. ,v. DICKERT. Pastor
about ,plugging as experiment stations Because they are picked according -
these figures were oneCLASSXFZED- addition sub-groups of these I I' In'ERVOXEVELCOME i
-- -- main have been found. I kept experimenting and the re- to color (light pink) ,I
groups I
I II I
I Also M and N and RH factor. I II

i I When a person requires a I

i I whole blood transfusion, he must H ;

ADS i I have blood that matches his j 1 AREA BUSINESS DIRECTORY I ,

group; otherwise the cells will

Clump with possible fatal results.To I., I I
Listings under this heading are I AUTO SERVICE BUILDING SUPPLIES !!FLOOR COVERING {11 11i
3 cent per word each Insertion, make sure that the blood to i I i _
75 cents Is minimum charge. i, II
-- _._- ... -- I be given to a patient "agrees' McDANIEL'S WICKLINE I Tilecraft Company"LET
FOR RENT-two and three-room with his blood "
of each
samples
I Building Supplies US FLOOR YOU" !
furnished apartments.Veek, are first cross matched. If the Service Station I
month, permanent Utilities furn- cells from the donor's sampledo CEMENT CEMENT BLOCKS Armstrong & Kentile ;1
STANDARD OIL PRODUCTS Sold and Installed i
ished. Capitol Motel (under new not clump when added to STEEL
I
All Work
Guaranteed
Tires-Batteries-Minor Repairs
ownership) at Korona. l124tpFOR
I the blood serum of the patient'ssample I Flagler Beach HE 9-2254 Ormond Beach OR 7-3181 I
I Bunnell ID 7-7119 I
RENT bungalow unfurnIshed and vice versa, the

-$25.00 a month rent. Apply I bloods are "compatible", and CLEANERS !(I FURNITURE i iI

Bamboo Bar, AlA, Flagler Beach. successful transfusion is pos- Biddle Gulf ServiceGASOILLUBRICATION Ormond Bedding and .

Jan. 12-ltc sible. I II i I Furniture Co.Substantial .
BUNNELL CLEANERSEVERY
When the Red Cross delivers
GULF TIRES & BATTERIES I i I Discounts on AllBEDSsoFAsFURNITURE
FOR SALE-Your best buy in blood it has been processed and
Tile I Open 7 A.M.-10 P.M.-7 Days CLEANING I I $10 Tradeln Covers Down Payment
home.
town. New 2 bedroom typed and is ready to use all I SERVICE R. S. ROBENBERRY
Owner
bath, electric kitchen, screened but the cressmatching.Even State&Lambert US 1-ID 7-7190 1 ,
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Open Dally S to 6 69 Granada, Ormond Ben. OR 7-0411
porch, terrazzo floor, extra big though you are not hos- t I Phone ID 7-3188 -
Colonial Service Station I
garage with half bath. Water pitalized in Flagler County if I I I 115 N. Bay St. Bunnell I GARDEN SHOP

front lot. Third house on Avalon you need blood the only cost EARL E. RICE Proprietor I Gray's Garden Center 4

Ave., in Venice Park. I to you will be what your hospital GAS--OIL-LUBRICATION
CONCRETE PRODUCTS Headquarter fur Gardening Need !I
AND charges to administer and cross- MOTOR TUNE-UP Ceramics. Gifts. Dry Arrangement

3 bedroom home, 2 tiled baths, match the blood. This includes GOODYEAR TIRES & BATTERIES Your For Materials i
"Q" ConcreteDial Annuals Shrubbery Fertilizers :
big electric kitchen, Florida any hospital you attend in the U.S. HIWAY 1 BUNNELL
room, 2 single garages, and work United States and Canada. CL 3-8113 TORO LAWN MOWERS I
I 147 Tomoka Avenue-Ph. OR 7-0511
shop or boat house on water The local hospital charges. Sullivan's Gulf Service DAYTONA BEACH ORMOND ,
front lot. Third house on Lan- $15.00 for crossmatching and I

tana Ave., Venice Park. See administering blood. During the GULF Quillian's Concrete, Inc. HARDWARE '

Emil Huber, builder' Lantana month of December the local I GASOILSLUBRICATIONTIRESTUBESACCESSORIES THAT FAMOUS PAINT I

Ave., HE 92196. 12.15-tf hospital used 27 pints of blood. Beach Information
"Specializing In Service and DRUG STORES Exclusively at
You have 13 pints of blood... I Clean Rest Rooms"In ;,
FOR SALE-Flagler Beach house
won't you donate a pint todayto The Heart of Flagler Beach L.: FLAGLER BEACHHARDWARE
party furnished. Two bedrooms, 1 Anderson Drug Store !
ClIl.1Jl1'f.
save a life tomorrow. Remember I
CCB, large lot located on Pal- .
doctor not transfusea AUTO REPAIRS Prescriptions
a can I
metto Ave. in Venice Park. Price
Sick Room Supplies Flagler Beach HE 9-2103
$8,500.00. Call Ed Mathews, promise. EDGAR'S GARAGE I Sundries
Gainesville FR 6.9064. Blood donors last week were: 24-Hour Towing Service Village Hardwar: Center
Cordell Robertson, Jack Dupont, BUNNELL;
Dec. 1 Tf. COMPLETE AUTO REPAIRS HOUSE PAINTS
W. E. Fennell, Russell Improto, ,. -.--.--- ____ _\_._
Automatic Transmission Service Match and mix
FOR SALE-Charming new 2 ( C. B. Eisenbach, Charles Gies, I I Wheel Balancing-Front End Moody's PharmacyFlagler Builder's ally'UJU.KitchenwareGIFI'S
I Supplies -
:
bedroom home in Flagler Beach. Gary Golien, Frank Grover. I Alignment I
:40 Granada Ormond-OR 7-0893 County's Corner Drug Store GREETING CARDS
Tile roof, terrazzo floors, stylish Those who came and were not ,
PRESCRIPTIONS AlA Ormond Beach CL 2-0420 i
kitchen-dining room. Sodded able to give blood at that taking I AUTOMATIC TRANSMISSION
waterfront lot; direct access to were John Hardin, Herbert C DRUGS-SUNDRIES JEWELER I

Inland Waterway. Take 2nd St. Jones, Martin Ward, Tony Kah- HOLLY HILLHYDROMATIC FOUNTAIN SERVICE !

.to end, turn rt. $12,800. Contact lert, Harold Higginbotham, Henry SERVICE BunnelL Fla. Phone ID 73661 O. F. BEACH ;

local broker or P.O. Box 457, Bross, and Naomi Pellicer. Jeweler
Flagler Beach, Fla. Dec. 1 tf Repairing- Rebuilding ORMOND PRESCRIPTION Elgin Watches-Diamonds
Central Florida's first specialists In I Exceptional Gifts
FOR RENT-Unfurnished large Eds note: In reporting the AUTOMATIC TRANSMISSIONS PHARMACYSick
it stated 1239 Ridgewood Holly Hill Watch Repairs-Engraving
bedroom garage apartment. first blood taking was OR 7-1381 Room Supplies-Sundries
Call HE 9.2318 or see Zeke that Mrs. Gertrude Ramsey was 24-Hour Prescription Service 46 W. Granada OR 7-2384 Ormond Beach i

Chaffee. 11-17-tf not able to give blood at that BAR AND PACKAGE STORE Free Delivery in Flagler Beach I
I time. Mrs. Ramsey did give Rt. AlA 1 mi. North of PAINTING CONTRACTOR
FOR RENT furnished 2 bedroomone I I blood at that time and the error BAMBOOBAR ORMOND BEACH-Tel. OR 7-1661

bath house, Daytona Ave., occurred when the secretary miss Thompson Pharmacy R. Moody
& COCKTAIL
Flagler Beach. Completely ren read the code on her card. Your Health Is Wealth
ovated. $65.00 per month. Keys LOUNGE Put YourPRESCRIPTIONS PAINTINGPhone

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

Gulf Station. Nov 10-UI In and Get Acquainted In Our Hands I ID 7-3240

I GIribim Ormond Drugs A: Prescription Shop BUNNELL, FLORIDA
Sfj SHlagUr 1
FOR RENT on the ocean 1 and Ocean Blvd AlA Flagler_ Beach 141 W. Granada-Ormond 7-1421.

2 bedroom apartments completely BUNNELL FLORIDA RADIOTELEVISIONPAUL'S
furnished, utilities included. FLAGLER BEACH GILL DRUG COMPANY

Sensible'rate day, week, month, HOTEL BAR RADIO & TV
or permanent Sun Sea Motel MRS. M. B. FULLER, Editor Walgren AgencyPRESCRIPTIONS Atenna Sales & Installations

formerly Flagler 1\lanor- I"The Meeting Place Authorized Sales RCA VictorWe

9-15-tf Designated OMelal Pnblieatt.a of ,Flagler County" Sick Room Supplies Sundries repair all other TV A:Radio set
for Public lf.tleea ., Flaxler "Jim and Yvonne Serving 10 W. Granada A,"e.. Ormond Death 1370 Ocean Blvd AlAI
I
CovatTt Mimlelpalltlea thereto OR 7-5230
Ormond Beach OR 72852
JOHNSTON'SFLAGLER and the State .f Florida
BOTTLE CASHARRIS FUEL OILKING'S
BEACH REALTY CO. NURSERY

LOTS. HOMES, OCEAN FRONT, Catered mm seed elaaa matteiFebruary ,BOTTLE GAS TRUCK STOP -
..1913.at the ....t..ee Wagon Wheel Nursery
WATER ACREAGESee FRONT, FARMS, .at Bumnell. Florida* wader act ./ FLAGLER BOTTLE COUNTY'S or BULK ONLY PHILLIPS 66 GAS & OILS Shade Trees Potted Plants

Delivery in the County on Shrubs
for real estate needs March 3, 1870. HOME OWNED GAS COMPANY
us your
Fuel Oil, Kerosene Tractor Fue! 1.000 plant free; one with every
Office Phone HE 9.2242 I PHONE ID 7-3551 dollar you spend. Thousands of
One year_ ,1.10 GasolineU. varitles at reduced prices. Best In
Residence Phones ID 7-3691 Help Flagler County Grow .
I elx: monthss1 li I '1 N. Bunnell ID 7-3676 town
Ormamd
or ID 7-3517 By Shopping at Home 548 S. 11.S. 1 Hwy Beach






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Phone Increase T I Virginia. Did he.:jestablish a I don't have to have any grounds, I quick to use ,the .prd "bigot"

: prescedent in following this pro- we've got the votes." That seems when referring to people from

cedure? The answer'Js no again. to be the situation with reference the South in radalvmatters, may

Shows Progress: it# ; \ A, number of members of con- to Bill Colmer. It was. facetiously I have had a'little of the tar from
gress have time. and again suggested to Colmer the brushes they have been
openly supported candidates of that he didn't go far enough- brandishing enthusiastically
In This SectionSouthern .12 the opposition party for President that if he had actively supported I and indiscriminately in the dI-

ii' as well as for other offices the Republican ticket and rection of the South spill off on
ij
'. without suffering reprisals. Then had gotten himself indicted for I themselves? be little .
:1, .dJfj<. Can they a :
Bell District Mana ,f.. '-
.,:. ....<... ::":;;;;::;c;<;c.t why Colmer? Actually his only income tax evasion he might, I bigoted in their viewpoints, or
ger, Buck ;Moore, today released <.>.. :.
'-- crime seems to be that he rather, than '
; comes, be "purged, be- is bigot a wprd that applfes
some statistics which ":<
serve as a [
from Mississippi. A few years come Chairman of a Committee. only to people who believe in
good yardstick of madein
progress !
ago an attempt was made to Certainly that is what happenedto !States Rights? Of course I shall 1
this'.area' during the j
decade. past deny a seat in the Senate to a Democratic RepresentativeAdam do what ever I can to preserveMr. ';

A.s. (Syd) Herloag c duly elected Senator from Mis- Clayton Powell of Har- Colmer's standing on his
The number of telephones increased sippi. The late Senator Taft who I lem in New York City-who is committee-but all we've got on !

from 12,188 at the end Congressman. Fifth DistrictA was at that time leading now Chairman of the powerful our side is right-I'm afraid we j

of 1950 to the present 37,955. new session of Congress has fight to deny this Senator thel Education and Labor Commit don't have the votes. If he is I
This was an increase of 188%.- seat was asked on what grounds tee. All of this boils down to "purged" it will be the greatest ,
Of this number, 2,677 telephoneswere convened. and in an atmospherethat he sought to take this drastic I one thing-can it be that these miscarriage of justice in my experience
added in 1960. is more strained than any action. His answer was, "We so-called Liberals who are so in Congress. I
other Congress it has been my.I .
More homes today regard the
experience to witness first hand.
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telephone as a necessity than Or'""'"; .I.'""
This conflict revolves around BIGGER: SELECTION LOWER :
did ten 74.6% of the
years ago.
the determination of the left I
households in the Halifax Area I 50 FREE
wingers, led by Sam Rayburn, PRICES TOP VALUE STAMPS TOP VALUE STAMP:
now.have telephone service, com- at SHELTON'S SUPER MARKET
to deprive at least Southern
one
3 REASONS WHY SHELTON'SIS
pared to 38% ten years ago. Conservative of his committee I with 55.00 food order or more and this coupon
.
"These past 10 years have been assignment. The member in THE "BUSIEST PLACE IN Limit one to a family ,
the busiest in the history of is -
question Congressman Bill I TOWN" NAME _
our company," he said. i
I Colmer of Mississippi. He is a ADDRESS
Important milestones in the I member of the Committee on :I This Coupon Expires Jan. 14, 1961-

expansion this of telephone service Rules. The duty of this committee j I I I Strictly Fresh Produce I E":mmc 5MxMK! gtfS t5aHS: ===:AAI
during period include: is to screen legislation that!I
New Decanter Size 48 oz.
Elimination of four.digit
numbers has passed the various legisla-
in :May 1954. ,- tive committees, and if they ap- U. S. No. 1 *
Addition of the office named lbs MAZOLA OIL 69
prove the bill, to set the rulesas POTATOESFresh 10 39C
CLinton to all numbers In to limitation of time of de-

July 1955. bate, amendments, etc. that Fla. Limit one with $5.00 or more food order
Completion of the ORange govern. the House in its consid- CELERYCello 2 for 19c

central office in Ormond Beachin eration of the bill. There are 12 1 lb Southern Family Loaf

December 1957. members of the committee CARROTSHolsum 2 for 25c BREAD 2\ 31 c
Occupation of the newly con- Democrats and 4 Republicans. for
structed office building at 711 Two of the Democratic membersare I
Volusia Avenue which houses Southern Counservativesthe 2 lb. jar Pillsbury Butterflake Pkg. of 12

administrative offices for all chairman Representative GRAPE JELLY 39C DINNER ROLLS 29c
of Volusia and Flagler Countiesin Howard Smith of Virginia, and ea.

October 1959. the ranking Democrat, Representative -
Addition of the CLinton 5
cen- Colmer. On occasion -
the
MAXWELL HOUSE 6 OZ. JAR .
tral office in February 1960. two Conservative Southernershave

The inauguration of Mobile voted with the four Re-

Telephone service in April 1960. publican members to make a tie INSTANT COFFEE 69
During 1960 alone 283 million vote of 6 to 6 on extratravagantand
conductor feet of new cable and left wing proposals to which

wire were placed in service at .they couldn't.
iny good conscience
Limit One With $5.00 /More Food Order
or
cost of
a over 2000000. In one I agree if they were to be truly i
continuous wire this would representative of the districts

reach more twice the distance from which they had been Shurfine Plain or Self Rising Sweet Treat 2% can
around the world. elected.Do .

"Also interesting is the way FLOUR 5 lb. bag39c SLICED PINEAPPLE 3 for$100
all members of
telephone habits change, Moore congress
who disagree with the leader- Campbell's New 1 lb. can .

said.More people now have more ship get "purged"? The answeris BEAN & FRANKS 37C Del Monte 29 oz. can
than one ''telephone in their no. Heretofore the Democratic
ORANGE APRICOT DRINK 3 for $100
home. 24.9% of Halifax Area leadership has asked congress II .
M.P. Brand
homes now have one or more extension men to go along with them 300 can
telephones compared to when they can but their responsibility JUNE PEAS 10 Regular Size

11% just ten years ago. is first to the constituency -

The number of long distance I which sent them to Brock 12 oz. box MiITIDE 19 1 t
circuits originating in Daytona congress. They have never heretofore j I
asked a member to do I COVERED 49cLimit
Beach increased from 40 in 1951,
one with $5.00 or more food order
to 210 now; and the average anything that would "hurt him I
number of long distance calls back home." Then why Congressman

per day went from 2,500 to 9000. Colmer? What crime I FROZEN FOODS I I TABLE RITE MEATSMr. I
The end of 1960 finds 351 has he committed to draw this

people on the regular telephone ire from the leadership? It
G 9
pkg.
company payroll here. seems that in Congressman Col- oz. PORK SALE
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mers home State Mississippi FRENCH FRIES 10C -
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the state law authorized Demo-
Blackwell'sRestaurant crats to vote either for Electors Birdseye 12 oz. pkg. ,i Lean LOIN or SHLD.

. pledged to vote for Kennedy and I SPINACH 2 for 39c
Johnson or a slate of unpledged Pork Roast 49'Center
Birds Eye 10 oz. pkg.
Electors. He was within his for ,Ib
GARDEN PEAS 2 47c
18th St. & AlA
I rights as a Mississippi Democratto
Flagler Beach vote for either. He would not CutPORK

SHRIMP have been within his rights to 150 FREE CHOPS Jb 690

CHICKEN vote for Republican Electors. He TOP VALUE STAMPS

BARBECUE chose\to vote for the unpledged with the purchase of Sliced SMOKED
Electors who, incidentally, were Wekco
PORK SHOULDER
FISH elected and subsequently cast SPONGE MOP.ea.. $295 tb SSe
SANDWICHES \ their votes for Senator Byrd of
This void i Jan. 14th
coupon
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Telephone HEmlock 92039 SHULTZ ENTERTAINS

Mrs. Clarence Shultz entertained STOREMOODY
COMMUNITY MEMORIAL: FLAGLER BEACH METHODIST
t I on Wednesday morningat
CHURCH ANNOUNCEMENTS CHURCH
: I her new home on Central
:-. A series of ,three meetings' Rev..Reynold N. Hoover, Minister I Ave.f with a coffee.. Her guests BLVD. & CENTRAL, AVE. :
-- will be conducted 'on January18th 'I of Flagler Beach Methodist were Mrs. John Land, Mrs. William I
19th.and 20th at the"Community Church announces Sunday January Lynk, Mrs. Ben Mellinger, I FLAGLER BEACH FLORIDA .
Memorial Church by 15th 9:30 A. M. Sunday Mrs. Fred Greiger, Mrs. George PRICES GOOD -Thwa:Fri.Sat.Jen.. 12-13-14
Richard L. Robinson,' executive School, Sunday January 15th, Wageman, Mrs. Ray Gongwer,
Director of the Gospel Further- 10:30 A. M. Morning Worship Mrs. Charlie Dally, Mrs. Ruth Maxwell HouseCOFFEE '
ance Society of Atlantic City, Service. Sermon Theme"The Hord, and Mrs. Bell Bordner.

New Jersey. Each meeting is Church We Seek-Holy Apos I 1 49
scheduled to begin at 7:30 P. :M. tles and Universal". Bible Study Mr. and :Mrs. Quay Smith left I ,
and a special soloist will be Class 11:30 A. M., we invite all last week for their home in
featured. each night. The public who are interested attend. Greenville, S. C, after spending Limit One $5.00 or More Food Order
is invited. I their vacation at their home, 21/2 CanOSAGE --- -
FLAGLER BEACH GARDEN
FIRST BAPTIST CHURCH NOTES CLUB j here PEACHES S for $1

The Flagler Beach Garden
The Stamps Circle of the WMU I Club met on Tuesday afternoon Mr. and Mrs. Harmon Win- Shurfresh
met on Tuesday morning at the at the home of :Mrs. Frank grove returned home last Sat-
home of Mrs. E. M Spivey. Plans I Brede in Hilcrest. Mrs. Esther urday after spending the holi- BISCUITS 3 for 25e
were discussed for some of the Juengling .was hostess and Mrs. days in Williamsport, Penn.,
members to attend WMU As- I I Brede was co-hostess. with relatives. They were accompanied Lykes
sociational officer from Jack- home by her cousin $
Presiding was Mrs. Clara CHILI & BEANS S i
sonville and a missionary is to Butuex, President and she pre. Pearl Phillips and her father, for

be speaker.Rev. sented Howard Taylor, Jr., Mr. A. N. Bloom. Food KingOLEO I
Millard Brock left on County Agent, who spoke on his
.
:Monday for Greenville, S. C., to duties as county agent and also Rev. Reynold N. Hoover of. 0 Z Ibs. 2ge !
accOmpany his wife Mrs. Brockon explained the types of grass ficiated at the funeral servicefor : i
the return trip after she had and fertifizer more suitable for Mrs. Oram Kaplanian Satur- No. 300 Show Boat

ten days there with their this climate. day in Daytona Beach at the PORK & BEANS ;
daughter, Mis JUdy.Brock. On Mrs. Juengling and Mrs. Brede Haigh-Black Funeral Home.
their return they are to attend I served assorted candy, fruit cake I Red BirdVIENNA ;

the Pastor's Eyangilistic Confer- cookies, and coffee. Mr. and Mrs. Joseph Zello SAUSAGE 1' Ov
ence in Jacksonville. During the business meeting from Geneva, N. Y., with their can .
The Winsome Sunday School that followed, they voted imam- five children visited several days TURNIP MUSTARD &
Class is to hold a meeting and imously to support the Flagler last week with his uncle and COLLARD GREENS
social on this Friday evening at County Blood Bank by asistingany
aunt, Mr. and Mrs. Harry Hippie. 303 Can ShurfineI
the home of Mrs. Stanley way possible. They planned
. Springer. I a Valentine Party for February "continued on page 6> COCKTAIL 4 for $1

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\. your
\ ances start, or your TV picture trical appliances where and when you want them BREADED SHRIMP 2 for 89C
I .. shrinks,and fuses often blow,andarrange your furnishings and lamps as you
your home is cluttered with exwishand always find an outlet handy. 10 oz. Mr. G.FRENCH.
tension cords-what you need isfulHousepowerAndthatmeans '
EFFICIENT-because lights and appliances will FRIES pkg. IOC
100-200 amp electric service,with get their rightful share of electrical energy.Lightsthe
right size wires leading into will be brighter. Appliances-such as toaster, .
your house, and plenty of mroaster,waffle iron-will heat up properly and give BEST MEATS "Anywhere"Center
cuits, outlets and switches. Yes, better results.
: ;:.. full Housepower is your power to Cut Western
f <....._ live Better Electrically-today, ECONOMICAL-because you will be able to install A'
'j :' .. and tomorrow.: Full Housepower major electrical equipment now-or later- h I Pork lb.69C
:::0 makes your home... with'little or no additional expense for wiring. Chops

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BUNNELL GIRLS vs. CRESCENT I' ,
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CITY
BIG CELEBRATION. GOING ON AT BRANNAM'S a ai
(By Leslie Pache) t
i The Bunnell Girls defeated the THIS WEEK. WE ARE CELEBRATING OUR 8th ;

LOCALS Crescent City Girls 25-14 Friday YEAR IN BUNNELL WE SAY THANKS TO OUR
night. Both teams started offat I

a slow pace and the first half ; MANY FRIENDS AND CUSTOMERS THAT HAS

the score was 10.8 in faver of
I MADE IT POSSIBLE. WE OFFER THESE AND
1 Bunnell.,The Bunnell girls,,broke
THE COUNTRY CLUB son. have returned to their home
MEETS MONDAY I I in Hamilton, Ohio, after a visit sat loose for 15 points in the 2nd J MANY MORE SPECIALS THAT WE DON'T HAVE

Flagler' Beach with their son half. L. Revels, S. Gumble, and .
I[
The Country Club met at the ROOM TO ADVERTISE.
G. Stefflick, held Crescent
I in .law and daughter, Mr. and ; guards -
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home of Mrs. Madge Johnston I '
to 5 in the 2nd
I I I Mrs. George M. Moody. City points
on Monday evening. This was :half. S. Westbrook had 12 points, .

the first meeting of the year 1 i' Friends of Mrs. Flociel Rader M. Ricks, 8 and B. Weaver 5, MEAT DEPARTMENT -

for the Club and the new I'r of .Morley, Mich., will regret to Romona Carr had 13 points for Swift's Premium
. officers.
New officers include Mrs. I know that her illness my keep I Crescent City. I
her from coming to her Flagler I Bunnen FG FT
Margie Kinney, President; Mrs. II YrM.PLI HAMS 39 U
I
Half Whole tt
Beach home this winter. Ricks 4 3 0 or >
Jeanette Bertha, Vice president; i I II
Ij j I Nelsen 0 0 0 0 J
Mrs. Naomi Pellicer, secretary; i
Everette Durrance has returned i I Westbrook 5 6 2 12 CENTER SLICES 690
:Mrs. Mary Tucker, Treasurer; I *
to his home here after two weeksin King 0 0 0 0
Mrs. Rose Dozier, reporter. I I
the University Medical Center!I Weaver 1 6 3 5 Fresh Dressed Grade "A"
During the business meeting '
in Gainesville. He has improvedbut I Tucker 0 0 0 0,
discussion on the plans for the
will have to have completerest I,Gumble 0 0 0 0 STEWING HENS 250
Cabbage Ball was held by the I ,
, at his home for several Sheffield 0 0. 0 0 1iG. I
the
members present. During
weeks. I, Steflick 0 0 0 0 Smoked Seminole or Smoked Slab
social hour Mrs. Johnston served
M. Steflick 0 0 0 0
tempting refreshments.Mr. Mr. and Mrs. Harold Jacobs I IIi Revels 0 0 0 0I BACON 290
Half Whole lb
of Gulfport visited with Mr. and O' or
\Vadsworth 0 0
and Mrs. Homer Miller of I I I 0
Ii Mrs. Willis White at Flagler I Swift Premium Cello
Daytona Beach spent a short Beach this week. The Jacobs are I I 10 15 5 25 .
time here Monday on business
former residents of
Flagler FRANKS
and also visiting with friends. I Beach. Crescent, City FG FT FTM PLI ,? 490,
I I Carr 5 5 3 13 I
I'i Western Lean & Meaty
Noles 9 3 1 1 I
F. L. Malphurs has returned to I ,
Mrs. E. W. Johnston is in the I
his home from Palatka wherehe Wendel 0 3 0 0
University of Florida Medical II I SPARE RIBS
was a patient in the hospitalfor Hospital for medical treatment. Robinson 0 10 0 0 ?, 390
Sparks 0 0 0 0
several days. Her daughter Mrs. H. T. Cookis -
Hamby 0 0 0 0
staying there with her.
Mr. and Mrs. Joseph Kiley and Culvard 0 0 0 0 Red & White ;

son Jimmy of Quebec City, Can- Mrs. Daisy Walker has returned 1\lcKinnin 0 0 0 O. $00

ada, have been enjoying a holi- to her home after receiving MILK 8 tall cans
day vacation here with her treatment at the Flagler Clinic 5 12 4 14'j

parents Mr. and Mrs. Louis and Hospital several days. I

Mrs. will be ,re- I CRESCENT CITY SPEED
Trad.
Kiley
Hugh Cameron is receiving Van Camps No. 300
DEFEATS
membered as the :Miss Martha BULLDOGS ;
medical treatment at the Flag-
Trad of Bunnell. ler Clinic and Hospital this (By Leslie Pache) I PORK BEANS 2 for 250

week. The fast breaking and speedof II
M.. S. Hayes, Godfrey Hayes the Crescent City Rebels got

and son Mike, of Gainesville, : away to a fast start in the first= Minute Maid 6 Frozen
with friendsa OF THANKS oz.
CARD
were here visiting half with Butler and Pringle II
short time Monday afternoon. Our heartfelt thanks to all
scoring 15 points. The half end- ORANGE JUICE 4 890
who extended comfDJ1 1g..Sym-.i ed with the Rebels a gooES for
:Mr. and 'Mrs. Herbert Patter- pathy and help in our recent I ed with the Rebels leading 26 to
For the beautiful
sorrow. sere
116. The Bulldogs came out in
THE OUTBOARDERAuthorized ice, floral offerings, and other: the half and played a good half. Sun Spun

Evlnrude Dealer kindnesses, we are deeply grate- i Hoff, foward of the Rebels, was
I
DOATS ACCESSORIES REPAIRS ful. just to much for the Bulldogs.Hoff MARGARINE 2 *, 29e

Dockage Storage Tree Ramp Mrs. Evelyn Purvis scored 10 points, took 9 rebounds -
WE FINANCE James Purvis
and bloked 5 set shots'
825 Ballough RdDaytonaFREE Mrs. Jean Broxton in the 2nd half. For the Cut Rite 125 ft. "
Mrs. Lila Purvis BUll-I
PAINTOne dogs, Ronnie Canakaris
:Mrs. J. R. Walters
points and Kuleski had 10. The I WAX PAPER Z3e
extra gallon of your choice Mrs. H. F. WheelerMrs. boys played a nice game and i- roll
1
with each gallon you buy R. B. Jacoby with
few
a more games under
Mary Carter Paint Store Mrs. W. N. BrownJ. their belts will gain more ex
Scottissue
C. PurvisB. ,
perience. Nice game fellows. I
Also Weatgate Shipping Center Purvis
W.
._ Bunnell FG FS FSM PL TOILET TISSUE Ion
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Morris 0 0 0 0

S I Kuleski 5 2 0 10

A1ARestaurant I Robertson 2 3 1 5 Florida CrystalSUGAR

McMillian 1 4 2 4 -- '

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I 15 24 10 40 Borden's
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(Formerly Ocean 'View) I Moore 1 0 0 2 CANNED BISCUITS 6 3ge I

Schinieder 2 2 1 5 for II

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Asbury 2 1 0 4 Borden's Starlac 12 quart size -I

NOW OPEN Butler 7 3 1 15
POWERED MILK
Colbard 3 2 0 6 950

Stephenson 0 2 0 0

Specializing in --- .

25 16 5 .55 Table Pride No. 2VZ Whole or Sliced
All Ocean Fresh Seafood Dinners 1

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cans
Choice Steaks Chicken Dinners
Bunnell Theatre

Sandwiches Salads Homemade Pies I SPECIAL FOR THIS SALE WE GIVE DOUBLE

Fri. &.Sat. Jan. 13-14

We appreciate your patronage in the past and I .COLE YOUNGER I SUPER SAVE STAMPS

GUNFIGHTER
look forward to serving you in the future. .


Frank Lovejoy Starring& Abby Dalton BRANNAM'SFood
Glenn and Ruth Miller


Sun. & Mon. Jan. 1516

OPEN 6:30 A.M. to 9:00 P.M. I Market
i HELL TO ETERNITY

For in orders phone HE 9-2130 Starring
calling
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Jeffrey Hunter & Patricia I Your Red & White Store

Highway AlA Flagler Beach Owens 119, N. BAY.St. Phone ID 73496r

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;}tage I Of special interest to residents one of the world's "best-known 2,500,000 persons from every .

: veacn In White Springs On of several north Florida countieswas streams, the State ,of ,Florida, by'state in the union:' since it was )1

. Continued. from Page 4 I the announcement that .legislative act, made "Suwannee opened to the public a little .
Jan. 13-19 .Hamiton and Suwannee county River" the state ,ong,. design- more than 10 years ago, Barnes
V* They were also cousins to Mr. Outstanding'musical 'I days will be observed on Jan. ated Jan. 13-19 as Stephen Fos- said. t'

and Mrs. Harmon Wingrove and from! Miami St. groups Or 14 and 15, and that Columbia ter Week, and established the .... ... ;. .. .. ...... ....
spent part of the time with Petersburg 1[and Lafalette county days have Stephen Foster Memorial on the f

them. lando major and part Lakeland in the mid-January will playa I been scheduled for Jan. 21 and Suwannee River at White Springs ,' FRED A.: iiSUj j,

22. On these Gays, ,Barnes said, The Memorial, with its famed
observance of Stephen Foster
Visiting here with Mr. and residents of the indicated coun- Foster museum, its 200-foot car JEWELER
Week at the State of Florida'sFoster
': Mrs. Harry Hipple last week Memorial on the Suwannee ties will be given compliment. illon tower, its boat ride on the I DIAMONDS-WATCHES .
ary passes to the Memorial Suwannee and other attractions, REPAIRING
were Mr. and Mrs. Harold Moser
River at White River. Fos . .
grouds. The only requirementI r{'.,? _.,. -YrY1WY1Y i
from Shulavista, California. Mr. ter L. Barnes, ,Director of the ---
Moser .is Mrs. Hipple's nephew Memorial, announced today. I be that the driver of the i
and also visited with car show his driver's license or :
Mr.
they I
and Mrs. Harmon Wingrove. Stephen Foster, composer of license tag issue in these coun- I INSURE-Stay Insured & Rest AssuredGET I

Florida's state song, "Way Down ties. All occupants of the car

Visiting Sunday with Mr. and Upon the Suwannee River," and will be amitted free with the THE BEST PROTECTION FROMH. -1
more than 200 other melodies, driver during these "get ac
Mrs. Walter Bennett was Mrs.
died at the age of 37 years on quainted" days, Barnes added. I ,
Nathan Grindle from Manchest- 1
er-By-The-Sea, Mass. She was on Jan. 13, 1864. The period Other counties will be invitedto T. COOK AGENCYCitizens
following this date was esta join in the program from

accompanied. Elaine Orne by her from daughterMrs. Orange blished by the Florida legislature time to time during the year., Bank Bldg. Bunnell, FloridaGOOD I 'j'jf{

Park, Florida. I years ago as Stephen FosterWeek t Because the Suwannee River f
I ana it nas been me custom I S
at the Foster Memorial to
Arriving this weekend to visit
schedule a number of special .
with Mr. and Mrs. Jack Meekinsis NEWS growers
programs to pay tribute to one for potato
her sister Mrs. R. B. Johnson ,
of the world's greatest melody .
from Rocky Mount, N. C. She ,

will and be daughter accompanied in law by Lt.her and son tury makers ago.who died nearly a; cen- Now you can get effective, long residual


Mrs. J. A. Johnson. Miss Thelma Boltin, special .

events director at the Memorial, <
Mr. and Mrs. George Allard listed the Foster Week musical SOUTHERN POTATO

from Ludington, Michigan are events as follows: "I
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spending the winter months in
1heir'place here. Jan. 13, National Stephen Foster I : '

Day, a series of concerts dur- WIREWORM "

Douglas Schatz, stationed in : ing the day by "The Singing I I
Jacksonville with the Navy was Strings Trio" of Miami, at 9 and
11 a.m., and at 2 and 3
p.m.
here Saturday with his parents, I
Members of the trio
Mrs.
are
Mr. and Mrs. Robert Schatz.
Lucy Morro, violin? Mrs. Mar- COUROLWITH

jorie Harp, cello; and Mrs. Faye S .
Mr. and Mrs. Samuel Dienner ,
arrived recently from Lake Secor, Foster, piano.

Mahopac, N. Y. to spend the Jan. 14, winter in their home here. by the St. Petersburg Male

Chores,_ 60-voice group directedby 1
John L. Reynolds. These

singers have been heard on tour

in many Florida cities and in

other states. 'DIAJRON

M. ( Jan. 15, a conceit 'at 3 p.m.
Qa/ I by the "Angelus Singers," of

I Orlando, 15 voice women's .
T I chores directed by Mrs. W. Ivan
Wilder with Mr. Wilder bass
a ,
I INSECTICIDE SOIL TREATMENT
as guest soloist. These singers

I have appeared in many concerts .
and have trained as a group in Now versatile Diazinon-The standard for
the Fred Waring Workshop at t t multiple insect control on fruits and vegetablesis
1 accepted for use as a soil insecticide for
Delaware Water Gap, Pa.
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control of Southern Potato Wireworm.
Jan. 21, a program at 3' p.m.
This is good news to potato.growers. These
featuring the "Lakeland Trio" 4.'r four big Diazinon advantages tell you why.
and a tribute to Stephen Foster yes. :; t
4t CONTROLS RESISTANT STRAINS-Diazinon does
by Dr. Robert MacGowan, pro- ;.
the where chlorinated fail.
job hydrocarbons
; qw
fessor of philosophy and Dean '
l of the Annie Pfeiffer Chapel at e LONG RESIDUAL ACTION-One application of

0 M..>AI Wc.Y.r Florida Southern College. Members ;1ra i ,, Diazinon prior to planting protects tubers ,
11i
DOM'T DEPEND TOO : until harvest.
of the trio are Mrs. JohnH. t ,r
MUCH OM THAT RA8BI'1tFOOT e SAFE-Diazinon is one of the safer phosphate I
Woodall, Jr., Mrs. L. G. Mac-
tT MAY HAVE ,\ ,;r insecticides.
A FALLEN ARCH / Dowell, and Mrs. Colin O'More,
whose late husband arranged w' ;;; a VERSATILEApplied as a foliar spray, f
"Fosteriana", a medley of Fos s p .... Diazinon is also effective against other insect
> \ .: pests attacking potatoes, including flea beetles,
Have a car you can depend ter melodies which will be presented Colorado potato beetles and dipterous

on all the time..let our expert on the program.: 4' :.: leaf miners.
mechanics Tune In addition to the events featuring
-Up your en- 3
nr' .. Apply As a Sell Treatment
gine for all the driving that'sahead. visiting 'artists, Miss Bol b;'.t =1v a Apply effective, safe Diazinon to potato fields
tin said that there will be a ; :,6 r as a soil treatment prior to planting. Use sufficient
"Junior Jeanie Auditions" pro .. water to achieve thorough coverage. Then mix
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Y:; ;:rxy '
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gram for youthful White Springs .'" three to six inches of soil, depending upon the
vocalists on Jan. 16, under aus- ti: y{ location of the wireworms. Diazinon's long residual
action protects the tubers until harvest.
pices of the Stephen Foster Music -

Club of White Springs, along Get.Dlaxtnon Today
with special recitals four times Don't take chances on Southern Potato Wireworm
damage to your potato crop.There is no need to
each day on the 97-bell carillon 1 Im gamble now that you can get positive long residual
housed in the Foster Tower. ../ ::::: protection with Diazinon insecticide-available as
emulsifiable solution or wettable powder.
"All in all, this Stephen Fos-
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Thursday, Jan. '12, 1961 -- THE FLAGLER TRIBUNE, BUNNELL, FLORIDA -- 0' PAGE SEVEN

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Life in Death Valley ::1'I food 'I I WHEREAS RESOLUTION E. A. Hunter faith I -

fully served as a member of. the I '
I Flagler Board of County Commissioners f:
\ Is Varied, AdaptableContrary I for twenty-six years, i
I AND WHEREAS E. A. Hunter
to popular notion, j and I has contributed greatly the betterment -

: Death Valley is'an abode of life. I, County,and progress of Flagler I Call On UsWhen

Many hundreds of species of I AND WHEREAS E. A. Hunter
I has attained great admiration of
plants, animals, birds, even a his fellow citizens

primitive fish, choose to live in I f THEREFORE BE IT RESOLVEDthat .
the Flagler Board of
I County I
the Nation's hottest and lowest 40 Commissioners hereby tender their I :
place.To sincere appreciation on behalf of i
the people of Flagler County for
be sure, the 140-mile-long his devoted years of service. I

valley in eastern California and 1 I Affred R. Tucker Chairman
John A. ,CleggC. I
southwestern Nevada offers none I H. Cowart

of the advantages of an Eden. I Geo. E. Wickllne

Salt flats are barren. Rainfall i Otis S. Hunter I II

averages little more than two I' DATED: January 3, A. D. 1961

inches a year. The Nation's 'ter RALPH ATTEST:E. HARBERT I II II. Ii

highest official temperature- j I Clerk Flagler Board County.County Florida Commissioners

134 degrees-was recorded in I!ture Jan. 12-ltc ___ I You Need

the shade at Furnaoq.,Creek, the I I NOTICE
IS HEREBY GIVEN that
'NOTICE
National Georaphic Society says. I of County Commissioners
Place names suggest man's ]I will receive sealed bids on the 6th i
(day of February. A. D. 1961 at the I
, early horror of the valley-Suicide of 9:00 o'clock A. M in the
ury I r office of the Clerk of the Circuit :
i Pass, Hells Gate, Devils I Court in the Flagler County Court :
\ Cornfield, Poison Spring, Tomb- House for the following:
One (1) new Tandem Drive Mo- I.
j I
stone Flat. But plants and ani- tor Grader complete with steel GOODPrinting
mals have developed ingenious the cab with safety glass and equip-
ped as follows:
, ways to keep themselves alive Full Diesel Motor approximately
I 100 horsepower, but not less
in the sunburned wilderness. than 85 horsepower with electric
600 Kinds of Plants starting system or equivalant I
i jer thereof. II
Growing in Death Valley are I 12 foot moldboard.
Scarifier complete with teeth.
more than 600 kinds of plants. Tires 13:00x24 12 ply front and I

including such diverse types as rear.
, the Prices to include trade in of one
silvery desert holly, cactus, pur- Adams 440 motor grader which
may be seen at Flagler County
, ple lupine, and dahlias. Yard. Bunnell Florida :
,Plants generally avoid close The Board reserves the right to
cold reject any ond all bids.
: company, giving each other II DATED at Bunnell Florida this
10th day of January A. D. 1961. i I
plenty of 'room to spread out in ALFRED R. TUCKER

search of sustenance.. The bot- I Chairman

anist Frederick V. Coville, who I ATTEST OFFICIAL: SEAL

led the first great scientific ex- RALPH E. HARBERT
Clerk Board County Commis-
pedition to Dealth Valley in I Florida issioners Flagler County. OFFICE FORMS

, 1891, and who served as a National ors Jan. 12-19-26 & Feb. 2-4tc

Geographic Trustee, founda
Age IN THE CIRCUIT COURT IN AND
-foot-high deerhorn cactus FOR ST. JOHNS COUNTY. FLORIDA ENVELOPESINVOICES :
, NO. 5679
with a network of roots 18 feet JEFFERSON SHOE COMPANY

in diameter.In Plaintiff
TO -V8-
times of severe drought, the SAM LOVUOLO and EDITH R. .
seeds of little annuals may hi- LOVUOLO. d/b/a, Sam'e Bargain ,

bernate a year or, so, awaitingmore i House. Defendants
I cuit NOTICE OF SHERIFF'S SALE LETTER HEADS
favorable conditions for
Notice is hereby given that I,
growth. proof Homer W. BrookS Sheriff of Flag-
__
the<* ler County. Florida, under and by -i' -
Evaporation Is the -plants'worst virture of a- writ of Execution
problem. To prevent loss heretofore Issued out of the above BUSINESS CARDS
I entitled court in .the above styled
of precious water, the shiny- ler Ultc'I cause have levied upon the following -
I described property to-wit:
I green creosote bush varnishes I All merchandise consisting of
L is leaves. :Mormon tea dispenseswith clothing and shoes. STATEMENTSBILL ,
27th All furniture fixtures and equip-
I leaves altogether, lettingthe mentas
the property of the above named
scales on its twigs serve as
Dec. defendants and that on the 6th
i leaves. The brittlebush and day of March A. D. 1961 betweenthe HEADS
j legal hours of sale namely
Death Valley sage are fevered eleven o'clock in the forenoon and
with insulating hairs. East two o'clock in the afternoon on
; trict I said day in the store room of the RULED FORMS
: The Forty-niners, on their way'1 will :! Nelson, Building, on corner of I i
fice Moody Blvd. and State Street i
t to get-rich-quick California gold i(nell Florida. I will offer for Bun-I I i
fields, suffered dreadfully from until and sell to the highest
I I cash in hand the above property / TICKETS and TAGS
hunger and thirst in Death Val- prior i as the property of said defendantsto I

ley. This was due, in part, to I satisfy HOMER said execution.W. BROOKS

their ignorance of the desert's I Sheriff Florida of Flagler County I

I ways. ler H. T. Cook I
: For centuries, local IndiansFrank J I Bunnell Florida CIRCULARSANNOUNCEMENTS
Attorney for PlaintiffJan.
\ I 6500 121926Feb.. 24tcNOTICE
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7:30
& Glad'sSHOE 1st. NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN
that the Board of County Commis-
I sioners will receive sealed bids on
REPAIR the 6th day of February. A. D. 1961
\..... MOODY BLVD. at the hour of 9:00 o'clock A. M.
1 Block West of Railroad to in the office of the Clerk of the
Circuit Court in the Flagler Coun-
General Shoe Repair ty Court House for the following:
I The following pine lumber rough ,
10 pieces 8 inch x 10 inch x 16 feet
Jan. 50 pieces 6 inch x 8 inch x 16 feet We Don't Do The Most
50 pieces 6 inch x 8 inch x 14 feet
O. F. ALFORD 50 pieces 6 inch x 8 inch x 12 feet
Registered TO AND the following pine lumberfor
decking dressed on two sides.
100 pieces 3 inch x 6 inch x 16 feet
! Real Estate Broker I tions 100 pieces 3 inch. x 8 inch x 16 feet PRINTINGBut

i Sixty (60) 55 gallon drums of cop- I _
iI Bunnell Florida 'ords wood preservative and/or

I each The above to be ordered and de- "
. when needed, We DoSome
RCA VICTOR years The Board reserves the right to of the Best
ports any and all bids.
' LIVING COLOR TV the DATED at Bunnel. Florida, this
day of January. A. D. 1961.
"LOOK FOR TUB PICTURE the ALFRED R. TUCKER. Chairman
IN TUB WINDOW i (Official Seal
Southern Radio & Television i .
ject E. HARBERT. Clerk
Granada-Ph. OR 7-2001
226 E. OIt310NDTVSERVICE (3) of County Commissioners
County. Florida.
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I II due in the The Board NOTICE of Public Instruction
Flagler County will request the Dial ID 7-3282

I to Acts' to: repeal the following I

ALL MAKES Chapter 10261 Acts of 1925_
Agent For I Setting salary of Superintdent
Chapter 17733 Acts of 1937
Setting salary of Board Members
I RCA & PHILCOTUBES Name Chapter 20405 Acts of l MV ...... V
C. & .Setting salary of Board Members
Chapter 22804 Acts or 1945_
& ANTENNAS SOLD It .Setting salary of Board MembersAnd
copy will request repassage of
AND INSTALLED one following Special Acts:
Chapter 28733 Acts of 1953 The
r TUBES TESTED FREE Setting salary of Board Members
office Chanter 59749 Acts of 1959
tions Setting limitations on purchases

f TV Bob IN :bids. 08

the ida / Z. D. HOLLAND and Ex-Officio- Flagler Tribune

f FLAGLER BEACH the : SecretarysRIA A. JOHSTON

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PAGE EIGHT FLAG/'ER TRIBUNE BUNNELL. FLORIDA Thursday, Jan. 12, 1961 .
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BUNNELL",LOSES TO I | DUTCH BUILD NEW PORT Il I I Subscribe to The Flagler Tribune i

FATHER LOPEZ HERE I [ The Dutch are building an en j I I 1--- -,

(By Leslie Pache) i tirely i new seaport-Europoort- :

Father Lopez' Green Wave I STOP IN -1
i j west of Rotterdam. When opened
won its fourth game of the sea
I[ .in 1965, it will boast new t
last night, racing off to
son a
:> I |I steel, chemical, and oil'process And See Usat
12-0 lead over Bunncll's: Bulldogs 'I v
ing plants, and the largest dry
and an, 55-35 decision. 1
easy j I I dock in the world. The harbor --, -
Closest Bunnell came to the
I will be able to handle ships up '
Daytona Beach squad was 10 I Sandy's Hideaway
1
\ I I to 100,000 tons. Designed to
in the fourth However
points quarter
,
I serve the European Common 1 Mile South of _
the Wave outscored the I II
:Market, the port is envisioned FLAGLER PIER ,
Bulldogs 18.9 in the last period I I I
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!I as the "gateway to Europe. I
Try Our Tasty
'to win going away. :j
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Bob --Kull hit for 15 points, y wN. DINNERS, SEAFOOD, _,f''
Greg Prugh for 14 and Tommy I SANDWICHESCOLD
Florida's cucumber harvest
Lager for 13. For Bunnell Reid I
this year is expected to be 25 BEER
Robertson and Mike McMillian I I
per cent more than'average. Augie & Ellie FlothznonnPERC
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made 11 point each. .<,9i o.- : .. I j
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Lopez Fe: FT PF TP
Kull 4 7 2 15 FULL CIRCLE Largest corrugated metal pipe structure ever 1
built In the U. S. Is installed at Independence,' Ky., part of a
lager 3 7 5 131 E STRI
NGS *
project to replace a railroad bridge over a nearby stream. r 1
Jackson 104 21

Kock 2428 I ---._- USE OUR ITS A DEAL.r\=: AMID REMEMBER
Myett 112 3Prugh INSTALLMENTPLAN (31T1' REMEMBER-\ i[
V -PAV TM A VERY I
5 4 014 i AS You DC1VE rr 5LC V DRIVER/!
;
FLAGLER.
Kilbride 0 0 2 0 I '' C u HARDWAREFOR 11

Totals 16231755BunneD Y
RELIABLE AND
FC FT PF'TP = FRIENDLY SERVICE.
i f c a II 'pp 1
Canakaris. 0 2 5 2
I
Morris < 101 41 11

Kuleski 204
Robertson 4 3 4 11

. Mcl\flllan 2 5 511 7
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:Burnsed 211 5
Totals ,12112435 :r.-. I

Lopez __ .._ .._ 17 17 3 1855Bunnell A'.OS il(4. CRAIG FUNERAL HOMEA.

___u_..___ 4 11 11 9-35

H. CRAIG. Funeral DLector:

BUNNELL "B" TEAM WINS I JOHN HARDIN. Associate k
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4th STRAIGHTBy ., AIR OXYGEN !

( Leslie Pctche) CONDITIONEDCHAPEL I LADY I EQUIPPED ;
The Bunnell B Team won their vu. ATTENDANT 'AMBULANCES
4th straight game. Jimmy Lopez i .....--- 1 i i

was high scorer with 19 points. FISHY BUSINESS Yeung Chong Yick spikes salted fish on a I Phone ID 7-3532 i
While for Father Lopez LaCour pole for drying aboard his boat at Dong Kong. The Island Is critically i

had 9.'BunneD. over-crowded and food sometimes is a problem. I 201. E. MOODY BLVD. BUNNELL. FLORIDA 1 4

B C F FSM P -- -.- --- _____ .t 4t.t'j t 4t
McNab 0 0 0 0
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Peterson 2 0 0 4

Tucker Lopez: 252 611719Kuleski 6 e Important news for new-car buyers- .>- > j

.
Hosford 230 0 2 0 4 0 I THE '61 CHEVY BRINGS i iJET.SMOOTH

Bratcher T}. 0 10 0
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Metts Polk 0 0000 10 0 TRAVEL DOWN TO EARTH

Total 1222 933
ft
Lopez B C F FSM P
Darby 242 6 r o ris (

Fagan 031 1
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LaCour 461 9 R

Conley 031 1 i 1 -

... Zimmerman 193 51' f
Corsaro 200 4 rs

Total 925826JIMMY
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LOPEZ. IS TOP SCORER i c
(By Leslie Pache) .
Jimmy Lopez who has scored I

58 points in 4 games is top

scorer on the J. V. team. Ronnie I
Canakaris and Mike McMillan:
.
have 44 points..to lead the
sity. Molly Ricks who var.1

points is tops VARSITY for the girls. ; : ::


Canakaris 44
McMillan 44 EIiTt1
, Burned 38 i: ., i.:4sY; ; ,'%

H. Kuleski 371
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Robertson ,
321
Craig ,, :; -' 'S
Moody 8
Holland 7 :

Morris 5r
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J\J.V_.. ," ..:' This is the Impala Sport Coupe-just one of 20 Jet-smooth Chevies
Lopez 581 1
E. Kuleski 21 HERE'S WHAT GIVES. CHEVY ITS JET-SMOOTH RIDEBetter just circle your dealer's block the first time you
Jet-smooth '61 Chevy. Get anywhere near an
try a open
. Bratcher 15 Fun Coll suspension Chevy's one of the few cars with a highway and he's liable never to see you again.

Tucker 12 coil spring at wheel. Precision-balanced wheels What we mean, Chevy ride whets your yen to travel.
McNab 11 every Wins you over with its delightful coil-spring smoothnessFor ,
Peterson 10 smoother rolling with less vibration. Sound-hushing its hushed comfort and light steering. == =-

GIRLS ,.. You find yourself feeling sorry for
'. .". ,., ,- -:' '. '---47Westbrook ,.' I'sulaon-Sheet metal is carefully' insulated against people who buy higher priced cars,
,
"Ricks : :
... r.\. J-- thinking they have to pay premium .
; ,',. *44 r" and vibration 51 built-in "shock '
v t :- drumming absorben"prices for luxury ride. -
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Weaver f 'i. ,24. That may have been true at one
the chassis against shock and shake. Live
' Xing' '-' n time, but not any more. Chevrolet'srubber
,n; Ueisen ; ''( &->l: 3 body mountings-Extra-large butyl rubber cushions ride, its roadability, just doesn't SCu&dDn ;

'. 'Townsend -'r' 2 take second place to anybody's.Drive -
, Standing '. Won Lost I I that further isolate the ride from the road.: one soon and see.

::'. J.V. Boys 4 0.

r' Girls Team., 3 .. .0'' See the new Chevrolet .cars Chevy Corsairs and the new Corvette at weal authorized Chevrolet dealer's

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Friday night Lyman A&B boys '\ ,.

t-, team will fbe"at 'Ihe local gym. a '. I 11 HALL-TUMLIN CHEVROLET COMPANY ,

;. The'first game will be at-7.- .-- .: .._.
,, ;: ' The J. V. will be going for their
;- fifth straight game. I __ TELEPHONE ID 7-3131 BUNNELL FLORIDA, -'.' ':_,

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