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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 19, 1961
Publication Date: -1981
Frequency: weekly
regular
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Subjects / Keywords: Newspapers -- Bunnell (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Flagler County (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
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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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 Related Items
Preceded by: St. Johns tribune
Succeeded by: Palm Coast news
Succeeded by: Flagler/Palm Coast news-tribune

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VOLUME 49, NO. 2 BUNNELL, FLORIDA! THURSDAY: JAN. 19, 1961 $2.50 A YEAR

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I JANUARY 20,1961 State Scholarship Woman's Club Asked I I City Cites Use

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To Sponsor Project

I I Examinations Of Air Rifles
At Beach for AgedGuest


Here March 14 speaker at the Flagler By ChildrenPolice
Woman's Club at its meeting

County School Supt Z. D. Holland Wednesday was Mrs. Pal Parker Chief Wilfred Hunter
.1 announces that competitive who said Florida presents an action said today "we have received

examinations will be held in program on aging. many complaints from residentsof
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Flagler county on March 14, Mrs. C. L. Menser, former the city about children shoot-

__ r1.IDHl1 KENNEDY DO SOLEMNLYSWEAB. for persons interested in com- president of the FFWC, is a ing air rifles and BB guns too
'% THAT I WILL FAITHFULLY EXECUTE TH*OFFICE OP I peting for State Nursing and member of the Citizens Advisory i near homes." j
'% THtPatSIDEMTOFTHB UNITED STATtS,
AND WILL.TO TUB. BEST OP MV ABILITY, Teaching Scholarships.The Committee on the Aged author- Chief Hunter also said "We '
PRtSERYEPRoU.CTIHD, DEFEND HELP THE ME CONSTITUTION GOD OFTHEl>4ntO STATES.SO two examinations centersare ized by the 1959 Florida legisla- are appealing to the parents to

the Bunnell High School and ture, Mrs. Parker said. The recent stop the use of air rifles in the
Carver High School. Approxi- meeting of the White city or we will have to take I
mately $720,000 will be awardedby i House Conference on Aging legal steps to stop it." It en-
the State of Florida in : brought interesting statistics and dangers the life of citizens.

amounts averaging about $400a I facts, before the general public. I Following is the law governing -

Il tl l y year for winners. Scholarshipsare Their research uncovered and I j the use of guns by children
awarded on the basis of assembled vital information important under 16 years of :age:
student population in grades to every citizen in Flag- Use: of BB Guns and Rifles by

1-12, in the case of teaching ler county, Mrs. Parker pointedout Child Under Sixteen; Limitation:
scholarships, and examinationscores. (1) The use for any purpose

Nursing Scholarships are "Florida's total population In- whatsoever of BB guns, air rifles,
awarded on the basis of com- creased from 2,771,000 in April and 22-calibre rifles by any

-I petitive examination scores only. 1950, to 4,761,000 in July 1959. child under the age of sixteen .

-_. I For a person to be eligible to The 1960 census will show a years is prohibited unless such
take these, examinations he or greater increase. More than 51 use is under the supervision and
Eagle Award forI I Daniel Rodgers Is she must' Shave been a residentof million people in the U.S. are 45 in the presence of an adult.

the State for at least a year, I I or older, and 15.3 million are (2) Any adult responsible for

Beach Scout Cited For ServiceSix and either a high school senior, I((65 or older. Fixed income of the welfare of any child under
Boy a college student, or a practical :I thousands of persons 65 or olderis the age of sixteen years who
Americans and two Korean or professional nurse who desires $1,000 per month up. An averages knowingly permits such childto
Next ThursdayA members of the Pusan to further her training. is $350 up, statistics show. use or have in his possessionany

Area Command were presented Winners will be expected to Sources being pensions insur- BB gun, air rifle, or 22-

benefit dinner for. the Flag- I incentive awards recently for assume an obligation to either I' ance, stocks, bonds, real estate calibre rifle in violation of the
ler Beach Boy Scout Troop will 'making valuable contributionsin teach or practice nursing within and investments, plus social se- provisions of subsection (1) of
be served at the Flagler Wom line with their work, according the state, and in some cases in curity. this section, shall be guilty of
to the S&S Korea Bureau.
an's Club building next Thursday a state hospital, for periods "Many counties :are seeking to a misdemeanor and upon con
January 26 from 5:30 to Daniel J. Rodgers, quarter- varying from six months to one establish attractions to induce viction thereof shall be punished -
7:30 P.M. .....;- master supply agency, and Don 'year-of: scholarship aid which these people? to move into their by a fine of not more than
aid Wood Det. F U.S. Army Ad-
,
three hundred
Im-
Following the dinner, the they receive. communities, Mrs. Parker dollars or by
Scouts will hold a Court of vistory Group, Korea, received Further information may be quote J. M. Buck of the Florida prisonment for not longer than

Honor in the club building at outstanding performance ratingsand obtained by calling John A. Cannon Development Commission. The thirty days.Nofed .
sustained superior perofrmance I
which time the Eagle Scout I / Bunnell School Guidance new housing legislation covers
cash awards. Rodgers received
Award will be presented to Paul j Counselor at ID 7.3413, or Leroy rental housing, including communal -
S $250 and Wood was
Station. j given $200.Rodgers Hunter, principal Carver High dining facilities, clinics, Flutist
The Eagle Scout Award demands School, at ID 73261. recreational and rehabilitation
is the son of Mr. and
a great deal of study facilities.A Visits HereFrederick
Mrs. A. C. Rodgers of Bunnell.He
( and work on the part of the served with the Army during ,Lyman Varsity city or county may qualifyas
Scout to earn this honor. Young. World War II and he took his : a non-profit sponsor and be Wilkins, known as
Staton is the second boy in the discharge while in Japan and' able to finance from 98 to 100 one of the world's greatest
county to earn this honor. I has been ,with the Quartermaster Tops Bulldogs per cent of the cost of a pilot flutist, stopped over for a short
I project on a long term basis. It visit with
Presenting the award will be Bandmaster Walter
I Supply Management Agency
Henry Burks, manager of the I there and in Korea since that Team Handily permits loans up to 100 percent Morris Tuesday afternoon at the
local Lehigh Portland Cement I I time. j of replacement cost for new con- Bunnell School bandroom.Mr. .
plant. Mr. Burks was a Boy 'I' I (By Leslie Pache) ,"struction for non-profit sponsors Wilkins entertained the
Scout and also earned the Eagle Lyman Varsity made it a and 90 percent of replacement group of students who were in
I Mrs. Kempitsy I :I' cost for profit expectant sponsors.I the
Scout Award. clean sweep of the night by 1 band room by playing
There will be 63 other merit I 'topping our Bulldogs 5231. I I Parker asked the Flagler "Carnival of Venice."
badges awarded at this Court of Passes Away The first half found Lyman i I Woman's Club to consider spon- -Mr.'Morris met Mr. Wilkins at
Honor. I heading 1915. The second half I II soring a rental motel-type property a clinic held for bandmasters in

The public is urged to support I Monday NightMrs. I the Lyman team, with Leonard j ji for elderly persons, similar I Chicago about a year ago. He
the dinner and attend the Courtof i and Williams getting in some 1 I tothat in DeLand sponsored by is on tour holding clinics in the
Laverne Kempisty of Ko- Church of New
Honor. nice plays. Lyman got away in I the Lutheran Educational Service Departmentof
rona passed away early Monday the third quarter with 17 points I I York. the Conn Corp. He is currently -
ATTENDS ROTARYIN night at the local hospital and the Bulldogs could never I "Uppermost is the need to be on leave of absence from the
following an illness of several Parker said, "and
wanted Mrs.
,
catch up.Leonard. i Juilliard School of Music and
TALLAHASSEEBunnell weeks. She was a native of In-
had 19 points and 8) they Manhattan School of Musicin
(Continued on Fade
diana and had resided in Korona
Rotary Club President
Williams 12 while J. Burnsed New York.
Louis Steflik attended a meeting about 12 years. She was 57 had 12 with Kuleski 9 and Rob- -- Mr. Wilkins began his studyof
of club presidents of District I years of age. erts 8. the flute at\the age of 14
694 held in Tallahassee Sunday. She is survived by her husband Seafood Booklet
!. G Ft Fm Pt after several years of studyingthe
Thirty-six club presidents at- John Kempisty of Korona ,
Canakaris 1102 violin. He has had a wide
and a son, Jesse Overby, also I Offered ReadersOf
,. tended the meeting. Morris 0200 experience in the field of music
Plans were made to hold the of Korona. Kuleski 2959- and it has been said that "he
conference in Tallahassee Graveside funeral services will The Tribune "
district
Robertson-,",, 3328 can make a flute talk.
:March 19.20 at the Floridian be held at 2 o'clock Saturday I
I Moody 0000 this
received
The Tribune
Cem- :
I hotel. I afternoon at the Espanola
Pinner I Emery 0000 i week an attractive seafood book-
etery. Rev. Thomas pas- '
tor of the First Baptist Churchof Craig 0000 let from the State Board of Con- City Asks Bids
BUSINESS 1
ROTARY
Bunnell will officiate. Burnsed 6 0 0 12 servation in Tallahassee. The

MEETING TODAYThe Pallbearers, are Raymond 121fi?31 booklet, "Florida's Favorite Sea- On Gas and OilThe
and edited
foods, is prepared
Rotary Club of Bunnell Smith, Lyman Gage, Bill
Bunnell 9 6 11 5 31 by Home Economist Sarah D. City of Bunnell is adver-
have a business meeting at its Humphrey, Martin Ralph _Cliff ': \
luncheon meeting this week at McGriff and John Boleski from Lymah 1" '10 9 17 15 52 Alberson of the department.The tising in this week's issue of

12:30 P.bf. at the Masonic Hall. Daytona Beach. '.;"- GFtFmPt booklet is very attractivein The Tribune for bids on furn-
President Louis Steflik will Craig Funeral Home ol Bun Williams i :: 3 11 6 12 appearance, and is full of ishing gas, oil and grease for
Hood 0222 recipes and suggestions for pop- city equipment. .
preside. at the meeting.POPULATION nell is in charge of arrange- ':
'i ments. The body will rest at Gerard 0000 ular methods of cooking and At their meeting Monday eve-

INCREASE the chapel, 201 E. Moody Blvd., Winfree 2106 serving seafood. Mrs. Albersonhas ning they gave permission for
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? from 7 o'clock Friday evening Barnes ,-. 3117 many illustrations in colorof use of the city building for the
(. Asia, biggest of the conti- I! until 1 o'clock Saturday after- Goldman ; '1 .1 1 1 3 prepared seafood dishes which Blood Bank program two after-
nents, covers nearly a third of |:noon. Simpkins ; ; .""' : 2315 have a lot of eye appeal. noons each month.

the earth's land surface and I' Leonard ;- V-, .J:'_.. '8 4 3 19 Mrs. Alberson said readers of Plans were made to begin

holds more than half its people. Florida. dairy herds in 1959 -;" < TheTribune; may also have a work soon on the tennis court

: The population of the huge produced l15:000Y'gallons:. )(.)..( of -, :r, _\. _.1723- 14 52 | free copy of the booklet by at the Idle Hours Playground.The .
land mass is 1,675,579,000. It is I' milk. .. Bunnell :! % 9,6...n5 31 j I writing to her at P.O. Box 551, commissioners voted several
;. ': increasing. by 30,000,000. a year. Lyman. ,.ya10: ."''9 17 15 521' Tallahassee, Florida. months ago to prepare the court.r .
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PAGE TWO THE FLAGLER TRIBUNE, BUNNELL, FLORIDA Thursday, Jan.. 19, 1961 i'
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Beach ChurchTo with the present international most of them 'is that, because'I i.flow-averaging 400 a day. the preaching of the Gospel.

situation involving the struggle they are not classified The Gospel"Furtherance So I 1'Secondly, the establishment of ,i

between Communism and Western category of skilled labor, they )ciety's mission and ministry is I 1'Christian churches in the camps. "fI

Hear SpeakerOn Civilization., Every 24 hoursan simply are left in West Germany j to the :refugees unable to find ''j I'I (Continued 3)
on
average of 400 escapees leave and locate in a refugee camp employment or unable to be page 1 1I

CommunismThe Mr. Khrushchev's communist. or siedlung, the latter being emigrated to another country. I I THE OUTBOARDER !

paradise, passing from East ,housing on a slightly higher I Their missionaries actually go I I
Berlin to West Berlin. For the level than the conventional refu- I Authorized ,Evlnrude Dealer
I into the DP and I
Rev. Richard L. Robinson refugee camps
executive director of the ; past five years the 12,000 a I I gee Camp. The basic cause for and ordinarily there is a three I BOATS ACCESSORIES REPAIRS'Dockage
Gospel month average has not varied the existence of refugee camps fold Storage Free Ramp
Furtherance will ministry conducted. First, WE FINANCE
Society, be the
and nearly five million East I would be considered housing.

speaker Community Memorial I I Germans have fled, among them ,Homes simply cannot be built 825 Ballough Rd-Daytona. (
Church in Beach Janu-
Flagler
thousands of doctors, dentists fast enough to accommodate the
1819.20 at 7:30 P.M. I Investors Wanted
ary I i I
and other professional people.
II I ijlJr; lItlaglrr ulributtrBU1CNELL t:
West Berlin, though an island
I Participate in develop-
city located 100 ,miles from the FLORIDA \
TV SERVICEALL ment of needed million
I border of West Germany in Communist ) dollar housing, rehabilitation .

I controlled territory, continues I MAKES & recreational facil- MRS. M. B. FULLER Editor ,il

to be the escape hatch Agent For ities for the aging. Minimum -
for those who can no longer en- investment $200.00. Designated Official Pabll.- I

dure the persecutions,and privations RCA & PHILCO I Need three active investors for Public Notice of Piaster
the Soviets in \
imposed by
I I on salaried basis for County Municipalities thereto
East Germany. TUBES & ANTENNAS SOLD and the of Florida
I organization positions. All State ,
I When a refugee arrives in AND INSTALLED
y ,l4fr I Ii replies confidential. Funds --:
t West Berlin, having escaped over TUBES TESTED FREE will be kept in escrow at I Entered a* second class mat to

i the Iron Curtain line, he registers Citizens Bank, February 0.1913,at the postofflct .\
f at the official Refugee Cen- I ..
at Bnnnell. Florida under act
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t ter in Berlin and then is flown TV Bob Write,or contact March 3, 1iJ1G.

:by 'plane over the 100 miles of MRS. PAL PARKER, SR.P. I I' I

I Russian controlled territory to FLAGLER BEACH O. Box 218, One year_ _. o
West Germany. Several thingscan Blx month. $l.n
PHONE HE 9-2204 Flagler Beach, Florida : I I
happen to these refugees. I I ,

They may receive employment I J

if they are schooled properly in I

view of.; the jobs open. They can .I

The ministry of the Gospel be cial emigrated- talents and if they abilities have spe-l I AREA BUSINESS DIRECTORYAUTO I

Canada the United States South '
Furtherance
Society on the ,1,1McDANIEL'S
continent -
of Europe is vitally linked America or Australia. The final I SERVICE BUILDING SUPPLIES FLOOR COVERING

thing that seems to happen to I
WICKLINE I I Tilecraft Company
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Service Station Building Supplies "LET US FLOOR YOU" ,.\

Armstrong & Kentile .
CEMENT CEMENT BLOCKS
CLASSIFIED STANDARD OIL PRODUCTS -STEEL Sold and Installed 4

'I Tires-Batteries-Minor Repairs All Work Guaranteed
si: I Flagler Beach HE 9-2254 Ormond Beach OR 7-3181.
b Bunnell ID 7-7119
ADS I I CLEANERS I FURNITURE

Biddle Gulf ServiceGASOILLUBRICATION Ormond Bedding and
Listings under thin heading are 3 cents per word each Inaertlon, I \
-- 73 cents Is minimum_charge. BUNNELL CLEANERSEVERY I Furniture.
GULF TIRES & BATTERIESOpen Substantial Discounts AllBEDSSOFASFURNITURE
FOB SALE-Chevrolet, 47, solid I FOR SALE-Your best buy In on

body, good tires new battery, town. New 2 bedroom home. Tile 7 A.1L: -10 P.M.-7 Days CLEANING I $10 Tradeln Covers Down PaymentR.

runs good. $75.00. Ken-Mar Motel bath electric kitchen screened State&Lambert US 1-ID 7-7190 SERVICE ; S. ROBENBERRY, Owner
Oven Dally S to 6 |, 69 Granada, Ormond Beh. OR 7-6411
Flagler Beach. 1.9-ltp porch terrazzo floor, extra big _
with half bath. Water Colonial Service Station j -
garage 1D,7-31S8 I I GARDEN SHOP
FOR RENT-two and three-room I I
,
front lot. Third house on Avalon EARL, E. RICE ProprietorGASOILLUBRICATION
furnished apartments. Week, Ave., in Venice Park. 1 1I Gray's Garden Center
month, permanent. Utilities furn AND I CONCRETE PRODUCTS Headquarters for Gardening Need.
MOTOR TUNE-UP Ceramics, Gifts Dry Arrangement 'i
ished. Capitol Motel (under new 3 bedroom home, 2 tiled baths, GOODYEAR TIRES & BATTERIES Materials ,\

ownership) at Korona. 112.4tp big electric kitchen, Florida I U.S. HIWAY 1 BUNNELL Your "Q" For Concrete Annuals Shrubbery FertilizersTORO >

room, 2 single garages, and work Dial: CL 3-8113 LAWN MOWERS \
ESTATE"Branch 147 Tomoka Avenue-Ph. OR 7-051J *
REAL shop or boat house on water I OR5IONP \
Sullivan's Gulf Service DAYTONA BEACH
front lot. Third house on Lantana i

Office I I Ave., Venice Park. See I GULFGASOILSLUBRICATION Quillian's Concrete, Inc. I HARDWARE )]

Emil Huber _builder Lantana
TIRES-TUBES-ACCESSORIES THAT FAMOUS' PAINT
--. Opportunity Ave., HE 92196. 12.15tfI Beach Information I
1 "Specializing in Service and DRUG STORES II Exclusively at
. UNITED FARM AGENCY. Am- I I FOR SALE-Flagler Beach house Clean Rest Rooms"In I :
The Heart of FlaglT Beach i'
erica's most progressive real estate party furnished. Two bedrooms, I Anderson Drug Store /J.. FLAGLER BEACHHARDWARE
L/W 11 l'
broker, is expanding in CCB, large lot located on Palmetto j I
,AUTO REPAIRS -- Prescriptions
Florida! Over 73,000 sales of Ave. in Venice Park. Price i
Sick Room Supplies Flagler Beach HE 9.2103
ranches farms, businesses and $8,500.00. Call Ed :Mathews, EDGAR'S GARAGE I Sundries

retirement homes from Oregon Gainesville FR 6-9064. I' 24-Hour Towing Service Village HardwarCenter

to New York to Florida! Dec. l-TI. I COMPLETE AUTO REPAIRS BUNNELL HOUSE PAINTS

We are now seeking capable FOR SALE-Charming new 2 Automatic Transmission Service Match and mix any color
for UNITED Wheel Ba.ancing-Front End Moody's PharmacyFlagler Builder's
a
management Supplies ICitchenwore
bedroom home in Flagler Beach. Alignment
branch office in the beautiful Tile roof terrazzo floors, stylish I 240 Granada Ormond-OR 7-OS03 County's Corner Drug store GIFTS GREETING CARDS

Bunnell area. Naturally, we pre kitchen-dining room. Sodded PRESCRIPTIONS AlA Ormond Beach CL 2-0420

fer a licensed broker or sales waterfront direct AUTOMATIC TRANSMISSION DRUGS-SUNDRIES
lot; access to,
man, but will consider unlicensed Inland JEWELER
Take
Waterway. 2nd St. FOUNTAIN SERVICE
persons particularly man to end turn rt. 12500. Contact HOLLY HILLHYDROMATIC O. F.: BEACH
BunnelL Fla. Phone ID 7-3661 I
and wife combination who are local broker 'or P.0. Box 457, SERVICE Jeweler

_ "Go-Getters" and have good Flagler Beach, Fla. Dec. 1-tf Repairing RebuildingCentral ORMOND PRESCRIPTION Elgin Watches-Diamonds

references. (We will help you Florida's first specialists In I Exceptional Gifts
get license). FOR RENT-Unfurnished large AUTOMATIC TRANSMISSIONS PHARMACYSick
your
I Watch
Repairs-Engraving
1239 Ridgewood Holly Hill
If you are interested in in- 2-bedroom garage apartment.Call OR 7-1381 Room SuppliesSundrIes24Hour .
46 \ Granada Ormond Bench
creasing your present earnings, HE 9.2318, or see Zeke Prescription Service OH 7-2384

willing to work hard and devote Chaffee. 11-17-tf BAR AND PACKAGE STOREBAMBOO Free Delivery in Flagler BeachRt.
AlA 1 ml. North of PAINTING CONTRACTOR
FULL TIME to YOUR OWN real FOR RENT-furnished 2 bedroom ORMOND BEACH-Tel. OR 7-1661

estate business, then our proposition ,
one bath house, Daytona Ave. R.
will appeal to you. Flagler Beach. Completely ren-I BAR & .COCKTAIL Thompson Pharmacy, Moody
UNITED is "cashing in" 'onFlorida's Your Health Is Wealth
ovated. $65.00 month.
per Keys LOUNGE
Put YourPRESCRIPTIONS PAINTINGPhone
tremendous population can be picked up at Sullivan's I Open Under New ManagementCome
growth and you can help us Gulf Station. Nov 10-tf
ID 7-3240
"ring up the sales." Our famous In and Get Acquainted In Our Hands

illustrated catalog and continuous FOR RENT on the ocean 1. and Ocean Blvd AlA Flagler Beach Ormond Drugs & Prescription Shop BUNNELL, FLORIDA
141 W. Granada-Ormond 7-1421
nation.wide'newspaper advertising 2 bedroom apartments completely RADIOTELEVISIONPAUL'S

will help assure your furnished, utilities included. FLAGLER BEACH GILL DRUG COMPANY

success.: I Sensible rate day, week, month, HOTEL BAR Walgren AgencyPRESCRIPTIONS RADIO & TV
Our survey shows this terri or permanent. Sun Sea Motel Atenna Sales & Installations

tory to be one of Florida's best formerly Flagler l\Ianor- I"The Meeting Placeof Authorized Sales RCA VictorWe

for our business. Its many natural 9-15-tf Flagler County" Sick Room Supplies Sundries repair all other TV A Radio eta -

attractions create more "Jim and Yvonne Serving"BOTTLE 19 W. Granada Ave. Ormond Beach 1370 Ocean Blvd A1A
OR 7-525O
buyer appeal! For more details I JOHNSTON'S I J Ormond Beach OR 72852

about this opportunity, write : GASHARRIS FUEL OIL
FLAGLER BEACH REALTY CO. NURSERY
without delay
- LOTS, HOMES, OCEAN FRONT, BOTTLE GAS
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KING'S TRUCK STOP
Wheel
Nursery
Wagon
United Farm
Agency WATER FRONT, FARMS
I BOTTLE BULK
or
PHILLIPS 66 GAS & OILS Shade Trees.. PoPlants
ACREAGESee r FLAGLER COUNTY'S ONLY
John T. Long. Florida Branch Delivery in the County on Shrubs
for real estate needs
us your HOME OWNED GAS COMPANY
Manager Fuel Oil, Kerosene, Tractor Fue 1.000 plants free: one with every
Office Phone HE 9-2242 PHONE ID 7-3551 dollar you spend. Thousands of
-.1220 Edgewater'DriveOrlndo. Gasoline rarities at reduced prices. Best ra
Residence Phones ID 7-3691 I Help Flagler ,County Grow town. .
. Florida u.S. 1 N. ID 7-3676
. Bunnell
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Thursday, Jan. 19, 1961 THE FLAGLER TRIBUNE BUNNELL. FLORIDA PAGE THREE ,

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|BEACH CHURCH rectlon you look. The message daily escape to West Germany Berlin, about 50 per cent are

STOP IN TO HEAR SPEAKER: conveyed by the figures paintedon coming to West Berlin from East youth of 30 years of age and

the sign invariably say the under. Hundreds of these, because the problems that ,face those
ON COMMUNISM same thing, which in essence is they can not enter West who try to escape the clutches j

And See Us ...(Continued from Page 2) "Russia, the great bear, will German industry or be emigrated of Communism.
eventually squeeze the life out to another country, end up
-atSandy's The third thing is the ministry of[ the Western World. Signs in the refugee camps. It is here -- :.1

,Hideaway distributing clothing and showing the happy relationship that the mission finds its min

food. Tons of clothing supposedly existing between istry. Refugee camp conditions
1 Mile South of rOf been sent by Gospel Fur Russia and the captive nations have been realistically filmed in

FLAGLER PIER Society ,to Europe and depict another pet theme for order to help those of us in the

Try Our Tasty this clothing has bene system poster propaganda. I Western World to understand ) .:
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and distributed -
atically individually
DINNERS, SEAFOOD Rev. Robinson and missionaries J
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the missionaries. r4as> :
by 1
SANDWICHES .: under Gospel Furtherance ;

COLD BEER Recently the Rev. Mr. Robinson 'I'Society in Europe have produceda O. F. ALFORD ," I I

conducted missionary tour most unusual picture coverage Registered !

Augie & Ellie Flathmann'Vhether of the major countries of Europeand of the squalid and barren con. j i I Real Estate Broker I a I

spent much time behind the I ditions existing in the scores of 'ill

: Iron Curtain in East Berlin and :Refugee Camps throughout Wes 1 Bunnell Florida __

I East Germany. East Germanyis tern Europe. Among the 400 who .......... .. ....l'.l' !
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under the control of Russian -- ,

Communism and, all East Germans -I' ,I
HJ<;;;:r'::<; 'AJi. ;;;U
are subject to the domination d'I

of the Communists. The relationship SO FREE I
TOP VALUE STAMP ,I
of the East German your purchases and
Government to Russia is that of I II: at SHELTON'S- SUPER MARKETwith i
Top Value Stamps for those Giftsof
a strong link-a link that Com 55.00.food. order or more and this coupon
munism seeks Limit one to a family
flS to strengthenmore Appreciation. '

and more, as time passes. AME ,

Rev.Robinson states that "in &DDRESS SHOP COMPARE SAVE '

East Germany it is evident on I This Coupon Expires Jan. 21, 1961 &
every hand that Russia does not I F.' ,;;y>"'''>tJ1tf1t! 1nA 5ttagMHlMMb! :! KM! M
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intend giving East Berlin
up : or
Maxwell House Pillsbury
East Germany. The propaganda _

program sponsored by Russia in 1 Ib FLOUR 10'lb' 99c

East, Berlin and East Germanyis COFFEE 49 bag :
one of the most intensive and i

d MIw.nw.ar thorough ever imposed on peo- bag Half Hill i/2 can .'

VOHEN A GOLF FIEND ple of a conquered nation. Huge
AND A RADIO BUG signs, posters and propaganda Limit One With $5.00 Or More Food Order CHUNK TUNA 19C i

GET TOSETHER- plaques are literally erected inpeople's Bud 24 oz. Bottle f
GOOD NIGHT way so that they cannot II
Shurfreshea.
walk down a sidewalk in WAFFLE SYRUP 45C

\ your hobby is golf, East Berlin on Stalin ARe with MARSHMALLOW ..

fishing or hunting...you need out almost running head-on in Shurfresh I

your*car to make sure it does, have it arouse feelings and emotions CANNED BISCUITS 5 for 45c Box of .I

\ '; properly and regularly ser against the West and the NATO.It .
viced. Do it NOW. is evident that we of the Wes- Shurfresh / Swell Choc. or Vanilla

tern indoctrinate World 'are our not attemptingto masses in SALAD OIL 12 79< FROSTING can 35C

frfrfd'REQUEST I such a manner. Perhaps we will gal,
be sorry we are not. Multitudesof

American people know nothing

present about crisis the in seriousness the world.of The the, I FROZEN FOODS .1.I I Farm Fresh VegetablesFlying I ;1

outward symbol of this crisis is

the Berlin situation. Berlin is a Jib BREADED Large Head ,
picture in miniature of the total

situation concerning'our fight SHRIMP BITS tt pkg 69c LETTUCEea.. 19C

against Russian Communism. Freezer Queen 18 oz. Juicy 4 tb Bag .

Sealed bids will FOR be RIDS received in As part of the. total presentation BEEF STEAKS pkg. 89c BAG APPLES 49c
the office of the City Clerk of the of the situation among refugees -"
\ City of Bunnell. Florida In the Birds Eye 9 oz. pkg. Large Fancy
Civic Center Rev. Mr. Robinson will
Building on or before
12:00 o'clock noon on the 6th day show pictures in color taken FRENCH FRIES .2 for 43c GREEN PEPPERS 2 for 15c
of February, A.D. 1961, for one
(1) 1.000 gallon tank and pump installed throughout East Berlin and East
grease.; regular. gas oil and Germany that reveal just what I
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Each bid shall be addressed to this propaganda situation act- :
the City Commissioners. Bunnell. I
Florida. The City Commissionersreserve ually is. I
the right to reject any and Wilsons
all bids and also to accept the bid In East Berlin literally hun Famous Certified
that in its judgment will be for
the best IntE"restof the City of dreds of signs, small and large

Bunnell.WITNESS Florida.my, hand and official depicting the greatness of the HAMS' .
seal this 17th day of January. A. D. Soviet Union in contrast with Whole 49
1961. or String End Ib
(Seal) JOHN A. CLEGG, Mayor the puny stature of the United
City of Bunnell Florida States and the Western World
Armour Star Wilson
ATTEST: or Center SLICED
NANCY RODGERS.. City Clerk are displayed in ,nearly any di- I
January 19-26-2tc-- -- -. FRANKS 1 tt> cello 53c HAMS Ib 79c .
STATK DANK NO. 407
IIKI'OIIT OF CONDITION -CITIZENS DANK OF IIUXNELl. OFDUNNELL Tender Select World's
Best
IN TUB STATE OF FLORIDA AT TilE CLOSE OF
llt'SIXKSS ON DECEM1JEII 31, 1960 ft .
ASSETS BEEF LIVER 49s HAMBURGER 3 Ibs $1.29
Cash balances with other banks including reserve balances.
and cash items in process of collection $ 362806.47
United States Government obligations direct guaranteed 859773.75 Kraft's Salad Dressing Qt.
Obligations of States and political subdivisions ___ 554,852.18 '
Loans and discounts (including no overdrafts) 1251752.17 25 FREE
Bank premises owned 11931.67 furniture& fixtures $16.696,26 28,627.93
Heal estate owned other than bank premises 23626.59
TOP VALUE STAMPS Miracle 39Limit
Other assets ,- 2.588.99TOTAL Whip
with the purchase of
ASSETS .. 13.084.028.08L.IAIIILIT1ES6
3 pkgs. Betty Crocker

Demand tions deposits of individuals,. partnerships,' and corpora-$1.030.574.00Time CAKE MIXES at Reg. Price One With $5.00 Or More Food Oredr

deposits of individuals, partnerships, and corporations 1328125.13 This coupon void Jan. 21, 1961I
Deposits of United States Government (including postal sav- I
-- Heinz Premium .
ings 10000.00 -----
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Deposits of States and political subdivisions i _________ 411,317.89Other
deposits (certified and ofHcers' checks, etc.) 47021.75 25 FREE CATSUP 97C
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TOTAL DEPOSITS ...Y..._.._. ...._._ $2.87,038.77 14 oz. bottle /
TOP VALUE STAMPS '

TOTAL, LIABILITIES CAPITAL ACCotH''TS' U.87.038.77 with the purchase of Rival. Tall Can

Chpltal* ......_ .._..- ----- 100.000.00 NEW LIQUID ALL .
Surplus __.-_._..... 100000.00 DOG FOOD
5 69c
Undivided profits ._ 56989.31 For Automatic Washers for
This void Jan. 21,1961 I
TOTAL CAPITAL ACCOUNTS, 256,989.31TOTAL coupon Sixth Can FREE

LIABILITIES ANT CAPITAL ACCOUNTS 3084028.08
This bank's capital consists of: Common stock with total par value of
10000000. QUANTITY RIGHTS
MEMORANDA I
Assets pledged or assigned to secure liabilities and other RESERVED .
purposes __.___ .. . M. .........._..$ 643,000.00
Loans as shown above after deduction of reserves of _____ 58.651.22 PRICES GOOD
_ I. Charles E. Creal. president of the above-named bank do solemnly
swear that the above statement is true and that it fully and correctly Thurs Fri. Sat.
represents the true state of the several matters contained herein and 1 Jan. 19 20 21, 1961
the best of and belief.
set forth to my knowledge
Correct....Attest: Charles E. Creal
STORE HOURS
-' O. F. ALFORD TOM K. HOL.DEN'HARRY
T CLEGG L. E. WADSWORTH .. DEPOT Mon. thur FrL-8 JLM.-6:45 P.M.
1C \V. CODY LILY J, CREAL '
Directors Sat. 8 A.M. 9 P. M.
State of Florida. County of Flakier, ss:
Sworn:tc and subscribed before me this 11th 'day of January. 1961, "THE FRIENDLIEST STORE IN TOWN" BUNNELL. FLORIDA
and I hereby certify that I am not an officer or director of this bank.
:My commission expires June 30, 1964. Camie C. Lynn. Notary Public. .

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PAGE FOUR THE FLAGLER TRIBUNE.- BUNNELL, FLORIDA Thursday Jan. 19, 1961 ;j'
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of December 27 had a good at- Guests of Rev. and Mrs. Reyn I I and daughter Debbie,- from

: tendance. It included a showingof old Hoover during the past week I I'Uniontown, Pa., and Mrs Aaron '
: LLi2each films, a pot-luck supper and were Mrse. Douglas Thanesonand Kaplanian from Rochester, N.Y. !

Miss Emily Gage presented her daughter, Joy, of West I I ';
a choral group. A gift from the Hartford, Conn.. :Mrs. John Ross J i I 'Continued on page 6) !

LUNA BABBITT club was presented to the president J.'
, Mrs. Brede. .
Telephone HEmlock 9-2098
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Mrs. Pal Parker, Sr., was presented j .
BRIDGE PARTY FLAGLER WOMAN'S CLUB I .
as guest speaker and
I NOTICE :
Mrs. Pauline Magee and Mrs. Mrs Frank Brede, president, she gave an interesting talk on | .
Frances Haistens entertainedthree I presided over the business meeting non-profit organizations sponsoring I II I
tables of bridge Friday of the Flagler Woman's housing projects for the You art hereby notified that the Tax Assessor ;

evening at the home of :Mrs. Ma. 1 Club last Wednesday in the aged. She cited as an example I i or his assistant will be present in the various pre- :

gee. Narcissus was used in Club house, with 25 members the Lutheran Church of New I cincts on the day and hour shown below, for the i
table decorations. Chicken sal !present. York is sponsoring one in De- ,'
purpose of receiving tax returns on real, personal :
ad, crackers, coffee and cookies Land, Florida, with recreation
were served. I Mrs. Brede, called for reports and rehabilitation facilities. The, and intangible property, and applications for,home- !

Their guests were Mr. and from the officers and committee I White House Conference, of I stead and other exemptions.Precinct .
chairmen and in the report given which a member is Mrs. C. L. !
Mrs. Paul Vogel, Mr. and Mrs No. 1-Bunnell -Tax Assessor's Office Monday.
William Butuex, Mr. and Mrs. by Mrs. Esther Heydt, treasurer, Menser, former FFWC president, February 6. 8:00 A.M. to 12:00 Noon. !
she stated that half of the I
over is urging 'organizations -
non-profit
Mervin Whitely, :Mr. and Mrs. build- Precinct No. 4A-Bunnell-Post Offic3 Monday. February 6. ;
annual mortgage on the to make this their
Frank Schwenk, Theodore Web.
2:00 P.M. to 2:30 P.M. i
I
er and Otis Magee. High scorewinners ing is ready for deposit. All reports This club has been asked project.j
j were received with a roundof sider one.Dainty Precinct No. 2-Flagler Beach-PostxOffice. Wednesday. February I
were Mervin Whitely,
applause. MrsBrede' and 8, 0:03: A.M. to 10:00 A.M. J
William Buteux and Mrs. Bu. .
Mrs. Frank Schwenk, ways and refreshments were serve Reptile Gardens-Wednesday. February 8. 10:30 A. M. t
tuex. i ed at the conclusion Mrs. E. ,
by to 11:00 A.M.
j means chairman, expressed their ? ,J
gratitude and appreciation that P. Fleurie, hostess. Precinct No. 5 Wednesday
FLAGLER BEACHMETHODIST -Espanola-County Polling Building
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CHURCHRev. I this has been accomplished. I 1 February 8, 11:30 to 12:00 Noon. *

Reynold Hoover Minister 1 All proceeds from the games Rev. and Mrs. Reynold Hooverare Precinct No. 3A-Korona-White Eagle. Wednesday February
to their home here
Sunday, January 22, 1961, 9:30 party which is to be January, returning 8. 1:30 P.M. to 2:00 P.M.
A.M. Sunday school; 10:30 A.:M. .with Mrs. Ann Batten and Mrs. Thursday after spending part of Precinct No. 3-Haw Creek-Townsend Store. Wednesday,
this week in Palm Beach and
morning worship service;, 11:30A. .Brede as hostesses, will be donated -' Riveria Beach.Bunnell. February: 8, 2:30 P.M. to 3:00 P.M.
I to the "Crusade for Free-
.1\1. Bible class.
study
Precinct No. 4-St. Johns Park Community Hall Wednesday -
The executive board of the dom" which is being stressed I February 8, 3f30 P.M. to 4:00 P.M.
WSCS will meet Monday morning this year by the Florida Federation -
I The Tax Laws that file returnon
require you a
of Women's Clubs.
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with the Smorgasbord Com Theatre
mittee at 9:30: January 23, at I Plans were made for the social I Personal and Intangible Personal Property, regardless .1

the home of the president, Mrs. meeting this month on of the amount, before April 1st, and I am 'l

Harry Treadwell. "Health" 'and the guest speakerwill Fri. & Sat. Jan. 20.21 required to assess a ten percent penalty upon yoU

be Dr. John Canakaris of failure to do so. .I
ATTEND SCHOOL IN Bunnell. It will be at 2 P. M., HYPNOTIC EYE

ST. AUGUSTINEA I January 25, and all members -andSPEED All applications for exemption must ,also be Ii

School of Church Public Relations .are urged to come and bring I CRAZY ,I filed before April 1st. The Tax Assessor's Officeis

was held this week at |a guest. open from 8:00 A. M. to 12:00 Noon and 1:00 ,

the First Methodist Church in An "Evening of Mirth Minstrel I II to 5:00 P. M. and we will be glad to render any
St. Augustine, sponsored by the I Show" is being rehearsed for Sun. & Mon. Jan. 22.23 I assistance possible.

_ St. Augustine Ministerial Association the club to have on January 27 I
LET NO MAN WRITE
and the Kiwanis Club. I at 8:15 in the Flagler Beach Respectfully ,
MY EPITAPH .
The six laymen from the Flag. I school auditorium. Theodore '.
ler Beach :Methodist Church attending j Weber is directing and promiseslit StarringBurl D. D. MOODY,

were: Lyman Gage, to be very entertaining. Club Ives Shelly Winters and Tax Assessor -
Harry Treadwel, Clarence. Shultz, j members are having an advance James Darren'
:. Richard Lerch, Leonard Johnsonand 'I ticket sale. ;" a Feb. 19-26-2tc.,;..........4., .. .
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Frank Schwenk. The delayed Christmas party .
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--. '' Fresh Boston Butts
No. 2 can Sweet Treat PRICES ]'PORK ROAST ib

SLICED PINEAPPLE 4 $SI I I.arrysPure Pork
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21/2 Food KingBARTLETT 2 for 39c Palm RiverSLICED
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PEARS 3 i
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Hersheys Granulated KOOL AID 6 for 25c Copeland's

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Limit One With $5.00 Or More Food Order Cracker Jacks 3 for 25c
---- MRS.. SMITH'S PIES 490
303 can American Beauty Chef I each
APPLE & COCOANUT CUSTARD
CREAM CORN *toSTYLE %Se PIZZA MIX, Pkg. 49c I
for 10 oz. Birds EyeSTRAWBERRIES
' New HienzCHEESE I $ 00
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Comstock 4 for I
SOUP ,,.2 for 37c
PUMPKIN PIE MIX can 190 6 oz. Sealed SweetORANGE

!' Monogram i JUICE 6 990
Corn Oil RICE 3 )b bag 39c for

MAZOLA 4S OZ 69* Master Premium II STUFFED 14 oz. Holloway House PEPPERS 59

: bottle BEER 6 pak 99cI I. pkg. *

Limit One With$5.00 Or More Food Order Roma PRODUCEFresh
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TUNA 2 35e Franco American
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GRAVY can 19c i
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CARROTSf fjS
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The bride is the daughter of I
Mr. and Mrs. Tommy J. Courson
Mr. and Mrs. M. E. McCabe of I '-
i 1 Bunnell. The groom is the son THANKS FOR MAKING OUR ANNIVERSARYSALE
of Mr. and Mrs. W. O. Coursonof
A SUCCESS. WE HAVE TWO FREEZER:
Jacksonville.The .
A f bride, given in marriageby SPECIALS ,THIS WEEK. .1
{ Ra r her father, chose a gown of I
white brocade with fitted bodice: / .
and long pointed sleeves. She
wore a shoulder length veil attached I MEAT DEPARTMENTSwift

to a crown of pearls and .
carried a cascade bouquet of. Premium or U. S. Good .
stephanotis feathered with carI't I' 1
nations and centered BEEF LOINS tb 7ge .

white orchid. 40-45 Ib Avg.
The matron of honor was the
CUT AND WRAPPED FOR THE FREEZER
bride's sister, :Mrs. James Wigle. .1
Bridesmaid was Miss Gayle
Swift Premium
Courson, sister of the groom. I
They wore red sheath dresses : I
with attached overskirt and sar- I LAMB HALF OR WHOLE Ib SSe
'F. ried cascade bouquets of white I CUT AND WRAPPED FOR THE FREEZER
carnations.Best .
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man was William J. Fresh BOSTON BUTTS
Workman. Usher was Meridith
I, Roberts. PORK ROAST 3ge :
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I I home of Mr. and Mrs. \ :
I Workman of Jacksonville, sis.1 PORK STEAKS It, 4ge i
J ter of the groom.
The bride's table was beauti I II Swift Seminole SMOKED SLAB ;
; I fully decorated featuring a three I II !
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j tiered wedding cake. I BACON HALF or WHOLE Ib 290' '
I The bride chose for her traveling -
, : iA j dress a beige sheath with I Lykes Sugar Cured SMOKED .TENDER
r J matching hat and gloves. I '
i t I' Following a short honeymoon I HAMS Whole or Half Ib 490
on the west coast of Florida, thei
R xT :i couple are now residing at 269 --
Tallulah Avenue, Jacksonville. Heinz 14 oz.KETCHUP.
I

I Charles Turner, who travels 2 for 49eBlue
with Charlie Spivak's band, is ,
spending a short vacation here I
L f at the home of his parents, Mr.
--- Plate 20 oz.
J. Miss Lana McCabe recited wedding ceremony at the Brent. and Mrs. Rodgers Turner. I
I APPLE & GRAPE PEACH & BLACKBERRY
marriage vows with Mr. Tommy wood Baptist Church In Jack-
I J. CourSon In a candle light sanville on December 31, 1960. (Continued on page 7)t I II I JELLY PRESERVES 3 for 98e


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making your yard, garden, pool and patio S
enjoyable after dark. "Paint" with light to 390
beautify your trees, shrubs and flowers to 1 ft
make even a tiny backyard into a big extra room Limit one with $5.00 order '
...to create dramatic effects admired by family
and friends. Outdoor lighting welcomes guests,
prevents accidents and discourages prowlers.See Procter & Gamble Large Size

the many simple outdoor lighting aids at
TIDE
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,SIX THE, FLAGLER TRIBUNE, BUNNELL, FLORIDA Thursday, Jan. 19, 1961
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Mr. and Mrs. Haskell Barnett t
Mrs Inez Crenshaw and Mrs.
Continued trom Page 4 Keith Lovell led the prggram. from' Greenville, S. C., visited INSIRE-Stay hsired & Rest Assured -

WSCS MEETING Mrs. Harry Treadwell, president, here last week with his uncle
the business and aunt, Rev. and Mrs. Millard
'\ presided over meet- GET THE BEST PROTECTION FROM
The Woman's Society of Chris ing. Plans were made for a i Brock. .
tian Service met last Thursday Smorgasbord to be held Friday, I I II

morning in the Womans' Club February 10. The February Mr. and Mrs.. A. O. Brantleywere I H. T. COOK AGENCYCitizens
building with Mrs. George meeting will be at the home of .I.
business visitors in Ocala
Moody, Sr., the hostess. Thirty- Mrs. Clarence Shultz and Mrs. Saturday. ,Bank Bldg., Bunnell, Florida
Fred Marks will be cohostess.Mrs. .
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Charles Dally were welcomed as CHINA'S LANGUAGE
Community new, members.Mrs. China's centuries-old incredibly CRAIG FUNERAL HOME
linguistic' system may be
Memorial ChurchInterdenominational
simplified by the elimination of
A. H. CRAIG. Funeral Director
Teddy Price and three complicated strokes or even replaced -
AIR CONDITIONED children from Seville spent several ; by the Latin Alphabet JOHN HARDIN Associate
Daytona Ave. days last week here with Written Chinese has about 40- AIR OXYGEN
her grandmother, Mrs. Mittie 000 word symbols, some requiring LADY
FLAGLER BEACH CONDITIONEDCHAPEL I I EQUIPPED
McKinnon.Mrs. more than 20 brush strokes.
Sunday School 10:00 A.M. Every character carries the same ATTENDANT'AMBULANCES t
Church Service 11:00 A..M. meaning anywhere in China, I
Kunkel of Windsor,
Mary I Phone ID 7-3532
R. W.' DICKERT. Paator but provincial dialect deter-
N. Y., who has been staying atl ,"
EVERYONE WELCOME mines pronunciation. 201 E. MOODY BLVD. BUNNELL FLORIDA
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Akins-Harding !Coast Hospital in St. Augustinefor FREE PAINT i NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS
NAME LAW
I a knee injury. She will be TO
I WHOM: IT MAY CONCERN:
,Marriage IsAnnounced recuperating at her home here One extra gallon of your choice Notice is hereby given that the 1I
i with each gallon .you buy I undersigned pursuant to Chapter
i r for some time. 20953. LAWS of Florida. 1941. will
' Mary Carter Paint Store .r register with the Clerk of the Circuit -
(Continued from 5) I
page Court, in and for FlaglerI
[ Of cordial interest to their Center I County. Florida upon receipt of .
IDLEWOOD CLUB TO, i friends" is the announcement of I CARD OF THANKSI Also Weatcate Shopping i proof of publication of this notice
II It 1 the fictitious name, to-wit:
HOLD RUMMAGE SALE the recent marriage of Mrs. would like to take this opportunity I i SURF BAH AND RESTAURANT
Ai-I I RCA VICTOR 1, under which we are engaged in
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leen Akins to Mr. Martin to
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express my appre-
'selling beverages and food at Flag-
The Idlewood Club TV
met at the COLOR
:ciation to my friends for the LIVING jler Beach. Florida and that the
home of :Mrs. Peggy King on I ing.The !i I "LOOK FOR TilE I'ICTL'IIEIN I undersigned are the only persons
II beautiful fl6wers and cards sent
wedding vows were exchanged I j I THE "WINDOW* interested in said business.
Tuesday night for a business Dated at Bunnell. Florida, this
to me during stay in the Southern Radio & Television
and social meeting. President I.! in a quiet ceremony at I I my 127th day of December. 1960.
Ph. OR 7-2001 3
the First Methodist Church of hospital. Your thoughtfulness is 226 E. Granada- j L. WELIAVOOD.
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Pat Cowart conducted the bus'lness I ORMOND I ELIZABETH WELIAVOOD
session. Bunnell on Saturday afternoon, I(deeply appreciated.Mrs. Dec. 29 & Jan 5-12-19-ttc

January 7, 1961, in the presence F. H. Howell. . . :,'IX Till: CIRCUIT COURT'OP""TILE:
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Plans were made to hold a of members of the families anda I .SKVKXTII JUDICIAL CIRCUIT
I I''
BlackwelPsRestaurant IX AND FOR FLiAGLRR COUNTY I
Rummage Sale on Saturday, few close friends. The pastor, ; FLORIDA. IX CIIAXCKRY.

January 28, beginning at .10 o' Rev. W. L. Spice, Jr., officiated. I A new development from "I XO. 411)3IVinicius
I ( V. Vasconcellos I
clock on Court and Railroad j I Attending the couple were I Florida researchers is a vinegar ''I' Plaintiff ,

Streets. Club members said Mrs. Gertrude Ramsey and Mr. made from citrus fruits. 18th St. & AlA Betty Louise vs.Vasconcellos,

anyone who has any rumage Ralph Harbert. Flagler Beach I'I Defendant.

they would like to donate_ may Both Mr. and Mrs. Hardingare N.YN'.y.Yrl'rl'r."Y-'Y I NOTICE IIY PUlILiICATIOV
TO: Betty Louise Vasconcellos
call Bette McDaniel or Gwen residents of St. Johns Park. SHRIMP Address Unknown

:McGriff and they will pick .it :Mrs. Harding is the daughter of FRED A. FRUITS r CHICKEN I that YOU ARE HEREBY NOTIFIED
I a Complaint for Annulment
up. They also conducted a Mr. and Mrs. W. L. Dunson of \: JEWELER\ BARBECUEFISH has been filed against you, and youI I
are hereby to
White Elephant Sale. St. Johns Park. Mr. Harding is I I! copy of your required Answer to the serve Com-a I

The club also made, to the son of Mrs. Margaret Hard I > DIAMONDS-WATCHES ; plaint on Plaintiffs attorney. Du-
plans i: REPAIRING SANDWICHES I I:VAL nnd TAYLOR, whose addressi I

make repairs and replacementsat ing of Bunnell and the late Mr. I ..y.v.. .._. .......-v.J, '" __ I is Florida 5050 and X. W.WILLIAM 7th Avenue L., WADS-Miami

the Idle Hours Playground. A Joseph Harding.The I WORTH. Bunnell. Florida, and file

workday will beset in the near couple are residing in St. I j the original of the Answer in the I
I office of the Clerk of the Circuit
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future. Also discussed was a Johns Park.ATTENDS PERCE STRINGS % BUDDY ,Court on or before the 20th day !
i of February, 1961. If you fail to I
tennist court for the playground. i[do 80, judgment by default will "

Voted to contact the city for MEETING IN LADY YOU WERE AND I ONLY LEARNED FOR SPEEDY SERVICE; I be taken against you for the relief -
t demanded in the
TO DRIVE YESTERDAY. YOU CAM RELY 0N Complaint for
help on the project. GOING SIXTY MILES I Annulment. I
GAINESVILLE TWO DAYS I
ISNT $IT WONDERFUL
FLAGLERHARDWARE
AN HOUR! DATED this 13th day of Janu-
Mrs. Cowart introduced Shel- I ary, 1961. !
Dr. Allen Reynolds and his as- Seal RALPH I
( ) E. HARBERT I
ton Barber who IS recruit chair- Y
I
Clerk of the Circuit Court t
sistant, Mrs. Betty :Miller, at- e DuVAL and
man for the local blood bank. I TAYLOR I
e
tended the Central District Dental I 5050 N. W. 7th Avenue .
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He gave an informative talk on Miami Florida
Society meeting held in 0 '.1
WILLIAM I. WADSWORTII
the blood takings and asked the :
Gainesville last and Sat Bunnell, Florida
Friday
cooperation of the club. I Attorneys for Plaintiff !
urday.Dr. Jan. 19-26 & Feb. 2-9-4tc
Mrs. King served tempting refreshments I I
at the conclusion of Joseph C. Muhler, research REQUEST FOR BIDS E I
professor in the basic sciencesat Notice is hereby given that the I
the meeting. East Flagler Mosquito Control District f!

the School of Dentistry of "_................ ...__... .a..N.. ... .. .. ...........w.... of Flagler County, Florida, 1
( will accept sealed Bids at the office !
Indiana said in
University, an
located miles north of
seven
FOR ALL HOURS DAY OR NIGHT I
address to the dentists Friday Flagler Beach on Highway AlA up .
until 7:00 o'clock P. M. Tuesday. I
LIQUIDATION SALE "America's two billian a year January 31st 1961, or postmarked f
dental bill could be lessened. AMBULANCE prior to that date for furnishing I
approximately ten thousand (10,000) !
BUNNELL LOTS considerably if more preventive : PHONE VAlley gallons of No. 2 Fuel Oil. I
4-1625.
," Fuel 011 to be delivered to the t
I dentistry were practiced. SERVICE District's Storage Tank in Flag-

, At your own price and He also asked dentists to turn ST. AUGUSTINE. FLORIDA ler Beach Florida in quantities
suitable for the capacity of storage
( terms, buy now. Pricesare their profession into what the Never be hesitant about calling a Garcia Ambulance. We tanks which is approximately
word doctor teacherto I I II 6500 gallons.
advancing. means, a Bids will be and read at
.I I are always,, at your service with promptness safety and opened
patients. He pointed out that : 7:30 P. M on Wednesday, February ,
'. 1st. 1961 at the office. i
8 Lots near Schbor.' one of the:best'preventatives for I experience. x The successful bidder will be !

16 Lots Flagler Vista I tooth decay is fluoridation of :' Equipped With Oxygen Resusitator and Inhalator i I. tabulation notified following of bids. the District's

f on Deen Road water. "No other technique is i I The District reserves the rightto
II
I reject any and all bids and to
so cheap and so effective." Garcia Funeral Home waive and informalities in bidding.
East Flagler Mosquito Control
McDonogh Development !

Company Mrs. F. H. Howell has returned P. E. GARCIA, Licensed Funeral 1 Director Lyman District L. Gage Secretary

Bunnell, Fla. to her home here after re- I LADY ASSISTANT Jan. 12-19-2tc _

ceiving treatment at the East I . . . . NOTICE ,
tiM1rLtiW. N1''LY.W.Y NW1rx . . . .
NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that
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the Board of County Commissionerswill
receive sealed, bids on the 6th
day of February A. D. 1961 at the
hour of 9:00 o'clockA.. M. in the
office of the Clerk of the Circuit
>. '. Court in the Flagler County Court
y House for the following:
r'$ One (1) new Tandem Drive Mo-
tor Grader complete with steel
vx cab with safety glass and equip-
ped as follows:
Full Diesel Motor approximately
100 horsepower, but not less
than 85 horsepower with electric
starting system or equivalant

: thereof 12 foot moldboard.
Scarifier complete with teeth.
: rear.Tires 13.00x24, 12 ply front and

Prices to include trade in of one
. Adams 440 motor grader which
. may be seen at Flagler County
Yard. Bunnell Florida.
} The Board reserves the right to
... X reject any ond all bids.
DATED at Bunnell, Florida this
; rc 10th day of January A. D. 1961.
ALFRED R. TUCKER

,. OFFICIAL SEAL Chairman
ati. ATTEST:
I RALPH E. HARBERT
, Clerk Board County Com misissloners -
Flagler County
I .9 y rr Florida
Jan. 12-19-26 & Feb. -2-4tcIX

THE CIRCUIT COURT IN AND
a FOR ST. JOHNS COUNTY FLORIDA -
AO NO. 5079
I JEFFERSON SHOE COMPANY
Plaintiffvs
,
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SAM rXVUOLO and EDITH R.
LOVUOLO d/b/a Same Bargain
House

.a Defendants
i NOTICE OF SHERIFF'S SALE
Notice is hereby given that I.
Homer W. Brooke Sheriff of Flag
ler County Florida under and by
virture of a writ of Execution
heretofore issued out of the above
M
I entitled court in the above styled
cause! have levied upon the following -
described property to-wit:
All merchandise, consisting of
clothing and shoes.,

t; z ? new h 0 n 8 \. mentas All the furniture property, of fixtures the above and named equip-


.. : P .. defendants day of March and A. that D. 1961 on between the 6th

the legal hours of sale, namely,
eleven o'clock in the forenoon and
two o'clock In the afternoon. on
said day in the store room of the
Styled to the modem taste, and small to save you five attractive decorator colors-white, beige, pink Idelson. Building on corner of
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i Moody Blvd. and State Street. Bun
.' space-that's the charming, colorful Princess phone. blue and turquoise. Easy to get, too. Just call our nell. Florida. I will offer for sale

t This new extension goes anywhere in your home, business office, or ask any installer-repairman. and cash sell in hand to the the highest above bidder property for

and goes beautifully. The dial glows softly in.the I.," as to the satisfy property said execution.of said defendants

dark so you can find it quickly and then, when you HOMER \V. BROOKS -
: Sheriff of Flagler
County,
lift the receiver, lights up.brightly to make dialing Southern Bell : H. T. Cook Florida

easy. The Princess phone comes in your choice of Bunnell. Florida
.0.", .. 1i1Ie Attorney for Plaintiff
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.,' PAGE EIGHT THE FLAGiER TRIBUNE BUNNELU FLORIDA Thursday, Jan.. 19, 1961
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Bunnell J. V. I Electric Power Now! The easiest car in the world Everybody's Valentine-Falcon Tudor Sedan
shown with optional white sidewall t
Lose First ,Game I Production is Up to love is easier than ever to own! tires. You'll love Falcon station wagons, too. ,

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The strong pulse-beat of Flor- .(
(By Leslie Pache) I ....
ida underlying economy is re- .. ..... ,
The Lyman J.V. handed our vealed in the upward trend of :;
local J.V. their first setback in I consumption of electricity for r /\,

:five games. The game which the basic needs of Floridians,
was nip and tuck till the fourth !the Florida State Chamber of j't

quarter found both teams tied Commerce says."Production .
at 23 all. At the fourth quarterthe of electric
energy
Lyman J.V. used the free for general utility purposes ".,':.:;

throw and made 8 out of 11 to through the first nine monthsof

:pull out and win 3932. Presleyand last year has just been reo''
Balmer led the Lyman J. ported. The figure shows a 13
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with 10 and 13 points per cent gain above the previous .
Jimmy Lopez had 13, Bratcher 7 j year. Not since the 1955.56

and Peterson 7. high-growth year, with a 20 per
Bunnell j I cent increase, was there an ap-
G Ft Fm Pt j preciably ; 1
larger step-up in electric ...... .
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McNab 0 0 0 Oi t production.
Peterson 2 9 3 "7''!'I "Even with hurricane Donna,

Tucker 0 1 1 Oj which curtailed electric consumption -
Lopez 3 6 5 131 t' last September was 9
Kuleski 2 3 1 51!per cent above 1959. Prior I

.Bratcher 3 4 1 7 months had run about 4 percentage

points higher and the
11 23 10. 32"Lyman September drop in gain reflects, c : '4.xn .i rfirA!..' .
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.. I in part, the effect of the storm. rr{:: Cww
"Electric production by indus- >'>::G 5:::Xt sk:'.i4 vN' d: ....? + .m K.r Y. > sr.xY cY3Announcing..the
G Ft Fm Pt
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try for its own use did not fareso
:Rhodes 0 0 0 0
Stephenson 2 3 3 71 well. The nine-month total sweetest deal in the compact field !
was one per cent over 19:>9. .
'Grant 0 2 2 2 !
Balmer 6 5 1 13 Three months dropped slightly We're celebrating Falcon's sweet success! So
Watkins 1 757 below 1959 as inventories of many folks have taken a shine to Falcon's I

Presley 3 5 4 10 I large mills were being workedoff. low price tag, sensational savings, rare
The lateness of the citrus
new beauty, 6-passenger comfort, that
12 22 15 39 processing season was another Falcon is again America's hottest-selling
cause of the smaller in FALCON VALfcnllNE
gain SPECIAL compact. So now we Ford Dealers are
Bunnell J.V. 5 10 8 9 32 1960. quoting lowest possible terms and down
Lyman J.V. 2 9 12 16 39 "Electric utility production in $ payment on every Falcon in the house!
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Florida came to 13,435 million -
; Make a date with your Ford Dealer today.
,' Lyman A&B boys team will kilowatt.\l ours during the first MONTH Get the sweetest deal ever during his
-be at the local gym Friday nine months last year and In- Falcon Valentine Special.AMERICA'S .
night. First game at 7 P. M. dustrial production to 1,327 mil- (after small down payment)
OFFER ENDS BEST LOVED COMPACT CAR!
Saturday the A&B boys will be lion. Total production was up "
away and will playthe St. Joseph 10 per cent compared with a national FEB. 14 cr err ff1'' 9a ii

: Academy. Tuesday, Janu- gain of 6 per cent for the wre. VeAUJ1
ary 24. The Varsity boys and nine months." .
'unuts CbarlCln C lSO HURRY! SEE YOUR FORD DEALER NOW! F.D.A.F.
girls will be at Pierson to play United f..,.Syndicate t.,
'Taylor High at 7:15 P.M. The One of the unusual specimens .
girls will be going for their exhibited at Marine: Studios, the

fourth straight win. dragonfish, has poisonous spines Bunnell Motor
located on its back and under- CompanyIf

TEN YEARS AGO side. Serious injury or even

death can result from founds vou're Interested in Used Car Be Sure S Your Ford
an ....* --- to ee Dealer
tCheer leaders-Sally Johnson, inflicted by this fish.

:capt.: Barbara Tidwell, capt.; -' --CT.7fNs.!-.....!.....:.Y.Y'Y...-...!:..:.r.V.V,...,::...,:.;.1.WAYN...::.....:..::.jY....!.M..::.MYf.II.......!.l,.}.ffMy,4YN..............:.'YyY.4Gt..........!:.:.!.!.::.;{..!!..{ar....+,-!..!...'H.Y......rYY.n.(4C...-........N.:.N. v.YfAtV.,N ---------
'Catherine eavy, capt.; Betty .... ....... ................... .
vGowen, Bernadine Stanish, Glen-
da Atkinson, Sandy McNab. .Here. .. come bigger potato profits!
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\ Coach, Miss Dorothy Alexander.


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Sponsor ProjectAt ; '


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to; be accepted into community

-affairs clubs, and to attend the I is\.1 .m:
church of their choice. Neighbor
dove and usefulnes is importantIn I
the lives of these againg re-

tirees. People are beginning to

:make a business of getting the [1L .
:most out of life," Mrs. Parker : ::
{ declared in asking the club to

' sponsor this special project. When sprayed on your potatoes, "Manzate" clings to leaves, resists washing off. You get long-lasting protection against blight.
She said she personally had

been together studying with Mr.these Buck problems of the Spray Du Pont Manzate to control blightsmaneb

, Retirement Department of the I fungicide

. Florida Development CommissIon of No. l's
', and William A. James, director assure top yields
.'
::. Senior Citizens Housing
Associates, both of whom have One-chemical blight control-a spray program with "Manzate"
t-= personally visited her to en- maneb fungicide controls both early and late blights.

:. courage such a project at Flag- Better yields, quality and profits-"Manzate" helps boost yields as
: ler Beach. "I have land for sale : 22 tc much as 40 bushels per acre .gives you more fl's and naturally
r, and it is appropriate," Mrs. increases profits, as proved by growers in all major producing areas.

Parker said. Safe to use-"Manzate"is tough on disease,mild on plants.It can be
,;.' "The per capita income of eV-1 4' _' usedonpotatoesrightuptoharvesttime..won'tstuntplantgrowth.
.. citizens in the county, A
(; .the
ery services; Saves time and money-"Manzate" is a wettable powder, ready to
and
-market forgoods mix wherever there's water. It is compatible with most insecticides
:, offered by every businessman, f
.r -' ::) -* and fertilizers so you save money with efficient combination sprays.
5; 'i -.- will be increased. Motels and P ., -
*. ; Saves trouble-"Manzate" has been thoroughly proved over the
be filled to capacity -
t, '. apartments can immigrant construct years-you know you can depend on it for top disease control, easy
If' with
i! ; handling.
if ;W :
lion andprofessional people
t-'- such a project can become a II On aU chemicals,follow labeling instructions and teaming carefully.
Buck said.
reality, Mr. I
i" No church, religious,' or organizational -
, group is involved. The CU PONJ) MANZATE
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Woman's Club, it is hoped, will ch'acre you spray with "Manzate" can
yield bushels-more of II' like these. Field .-m.co.c maneb fungicide v
obtain further details and

sponsor .
. applications of"Manzate"protect your aops BETTfc THINGS FOR BETTCt DYNG '\oJ
.{. this worth while undertaking. from late blight tuber rot,too. .?THROUGH CHEMISTI'




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