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Title: The Flagler tribune
Physical Description: Newspaper
Language: English
Publisher: s.n.
s.n.
Place of Publication: Bunnell Fla
Creation Date: January 26, 1961
Publication Date: -1981
Frequency: weekly
regular
 Subjects
Subjects / Keywords: Newspapers -- Bunnell (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Flagler County (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Genre: newspaper   ( marcgt )
newspaper   ( sobekcm )
Spatial Coverage: United States -- Florida -- Flagler -- Bunnell
Coordinates: 29.4675 x -81.256944 ( Place of Publication )
 Notes
Dates or Sequential Designation: Began in 1917?
Dates or Sequential Designation: -69th year, no. 36 (Sept. 3, 1981).
General Note: Mrs. M.B. Fuller, editor.
General Note: Description based on: Vol. 43, no. 20 (June 2, 1955).
Funding: Funded by NEH in support of the National Digital Newspaper Project (NDNP), NEH Award Number: PJ-50006-05
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Source Institution: University of Florida
Holding Location: University of Florida
Rights Management: All rights reserved. Board of Trustees of the University of Florida
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 Related Items
Preceded by: St. Johns tribune
Succeeded by: Palm Coast news
Succeeded by: Flagler/Palm Coast news-tribune

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r VOLUME 49, NO. 3 BUNNELL, FLORIDA, THURSDAY, JAN. 26, 1961 $2.50 A YEAR I


: Marvin Gresham I;I DIRECTORIES NEW TELEPHONE OUT ;iii's! Will Attend EASTERN ELECTS OFFICERS-STAR-- I,.Moody ChairmanAdvisory I


Receives Jaycees I The new directories of the District 5' Show TUESDAY NIGHT Board

Suthern Bell Telephone Company Bunnell Chapter No. 93, Orderof
I are being distributed this Eastern Star, held an electionof
Beach State ParkGeorge
Award for 1960Marvin I week in Flagler county. Mr. and In JacksonvilleFlagler officers at a meeting Tuesday
I
'I Mrs. Henry Salyerds of St. Johns evicting with Mrs. Ria Diamond Moody, Sr., Flagler
Gresham of Gaines- ;Park have the contract to dis- County 4-H Club mem- being elected to serve as worthy Beach, has been named chair.

ville, son of J. F. Gresham of I I tribute the directories. bers will attend the District Five matron. Orlin B. Green was man of the Advisory Board of
.Bunnell has been named Gaines- The carries the listI I elected to with her
I directory 4-H Show in Jacksonville Friday serve as the Flagler Beach State Park.
ville's, "Outstanding Young Manof I I iFlagler telephones in Bunnell, I II and Saturday, January 27 worthy patron. Named to serve with him on

1960." This is an annual Beach and the Daytona I and 28.The Other officers. elected were the board are Mrs. Marie Brede,

award made by the Junior I Beach area. I III bus will leave the court Mrs. Wanda Mercer, associate ,Mrs. Harold Massie, Lyman L.
II
.Chamber of Commerce.The I house here at 6 A.M. Saturday matron and Frank Mercer, associate f Gage, and E. H. Threadgill, all -

award was presented to I morning, and any member of patron; conductress, of Flagler Beach.Appointment .
Mr. Gresham at a banquet meet :I II Royal Neighbors; the 4-H Club and friends may Caroline Swayze; associate con- of the Advisory

ing of all civic clubs of Gaines- Officers Installed attend the show on Saturday, ductress, Alice Lovell; secretary, Board for the park site was

ville Wednesday noon of this At Monday Meeting County Agent Howard Taylor :Martha Mercer; treasurer, Frances made by John Fite Robertson,

week. I said. Anyone planning to attend Edmonson; sentinel, Rufus. chairman of the Florida Boardof
Young Gresham is owner of' Recently elected officers of the the show Saturday must be on :Miller. Parks and Historic Memorials.The .

Gresham Drugs of Gainesvilleand Royal Neighbors were installedat I time as the bus will leave Installation of officers will be'' Flagler Beach State Parkis

is serving for the second I the Monday evening meeting. promptly in order to reach the I held the latter part of February. the site of the Old Coast

year as vice chairman: of the I The meeting was held at the showgrounds on time. Guard Station on AlA south of

-Alachua General Hospital Boardof j home of Eugenia Allen. Local 4-H Club members who Flagler Beach. It was desig
Trustees. He recently was Installed were: Minnie Howell will show calves are Levi Bran- Donald JaszczakReceives nated a State Park several years

appointed a member of the I Oracle; Jessie Muzyka, vice nam, Mike McMillan, Susan ago but this is the first time an
Gainesville Plan Board. He Oracle; Eugenia Allen past Oracle McMillan, Dan Cody, and Mar- Degrees advisory board has been named.

graduated at the University of ; Mary Miller, Chancellor; I tin Tucker. Chairman Robertson also appointed
Florida in 1951 with high hon II Gertrude Rich, recorder; Mae District Five is comprised of At University two new members of the

ors.Mr. Keifer, receiver; Ada Kudrna, eight counties: St. Johns, Nas University of Florida mid. Advisory Board for The Bulow
Gresham is the son of J. F. I I marshall; Elizabeth Kendall, sau, Duval, Baker, Clay, Put- commencement exercises Plantation Ruins Historic Memorial
year
Gresham of Bunnell and the late I assistant marshall; Susie Rid nam, Bradford, and Flagler. They are Mrs. Charles
I]'for 659 candidates for degrees
Mrs. Myrtle Gresham. He gradu- dle, inner sentinel; Florence Creal and Joseph Paquin who
will be held January 28 at 8
ated from Bunnell High School Norcross, outer sentinel. !I are replacing Mrs. Eunice Taylorand
P. M. in Florida gymnasium.
No in I
before entering the university.< r Managers are Luke* Wells, Change i Among the candidates for the Polly Cantrell who are residing -
Mr. Gresham, with his wife Irene Durrance and Blanche in other counties.
degree of Bachelor of Science in
and two children, reside in Akers. School Board Business Administration is Don Members of the Bulow Park
Gainesville. Mrs. Gresham is Next meeting will be held at Advisory Board are D. D. Moody
ald Leo Jaszczak of Bunnel. He
the former Miss Peggy Wray of the home of Irene Durrance on who is chairman of the board,
Members SalaryIn is the son of Jacob Jaszczak of
Bunnell. February 27-at ,7/&
V V- ii- J the January 12 issue of The czak. Creal, L. E. Wadsworth, and

I If. Tribune was carried a news Dr. Frank Graves Dickey, pres. Joseph Paquin.

.. ii story.and advertisement concern. dent _of the University of Ken It is understood that small
ing the intention *oT the School tucky wfir" cleliver the com amounts have,heen included in
the budget of the State Boardto
Board to apply for legislation mencement address.
setting salaries for school board Five hundred and fiftythreeof be spent on each park site
in in the next
Flagler County
members. the candidates have home
I There seems to be some con towns in Florida; 32 are from two years. The budget will, of
t course, have to be approved by
fusion among some people who out-of-state; and 74 are from
BULLDOGS TOP LYMAN I LYMAN SPEED are under the impression the other countries. the legislature which makes the

Center Jimmy Lopez and BEATS BUNNELL new law is to increase the sal appropriations.
Coldwell is director of
W. A.
Forward Dean Peterson com Friday night Lyman's first aries of the School Board mem- Woman's Club the State Board.
bined 4 free throws to outlast half speed was just too much bers. This is not true. The old

Lyman J.V. 38 to 36 Friday nite. for the Bunnell varsity. Lyman law, which the board wants repealed Minstrel Show

Lyman J.V. a week ago stop- held the Bulldogs to 4 free i was set up to govern Public Health Work

ped the Bulldogs' winning points in the second quarter, counties which were in certain
streak at four straightThe while Williams, Leonard and population brackets. Friday Evening Will Be PresentedTo

Bulldogs were behind 8 Simpkins ran up 16 points to Under the new population The Flagler Woman's Club is

points at the start of the fourth make the first half 2814. The count, Flagler County is in a I presenting a program, "Eveningof Rotary ThursdayFrank

quarter and the boys held Ly game ended with the score 46 new population bracket and the ,, Mirth Minstrel" this Friday
man to one field goal. Eric Kul- to 34. Williams had 15 points, [ law will not apply to the local night, January 27, at the Flag Boswell, sanitation of-
eski hit 2 fast baskets with Simpkins 12 and Leonard 8. For board members salaries. There. I ler Beach Schoolhouse. The program ficer for Flagler County Health I

Missine coming in with one the Bulldogs Canakaris had 12, fore it is necessary to pass a t begins at 8:15. Department, will be guest

more with a minute to go, and McMillan 8 and Robertson 6. new law setting salaries BUT Members of the committee in speaker at the Rotary Club'sluncheon
I the salaries WILL be the same meeting today, Program
the score stood 3632. Bunnell Fg Ft Fm Pts charge of the program promise
Center Lopez was fouled on Canakaris 54 2 12 I, as paid in the past. a Hilarious evening for those I II Chairman John Cannon,
a layup shot. Lopez made both Mortis 1 0 0 2 In the same release we said who attend. said. Mr. Boswell will speak on

free throws good to tie the score Robertson .25 2 6 the law would apply to the sal I The cast includes all local his work as a sanitarian in ,

and with 15 seconds to go Dean McMillan 3 9 2 8 ary of the Superintendent. j I talent in black face comedians, I Flagler County. i
find were in error however. in The week of January 23-29 is .
we
Peterson was fouled and made Emery v 0 0 0 0 ballads, specialty numbers
both points to get ahead 3836. Moody V 0 0 0 0 The law governing this salarywas song and dance, 'bathing beauties Rotary Magazine Week. This is I

Lyman took one shot at the Craig 2 0 0 4 set by a special act settingthe and skits.A a special year in this respect for Ii

basket and missed and the ball Burnsed 1 0 0 2 salary for the Flagler county complete program of the it marks the 50th" anniversary of ,
game was over. Lopez scored 15 superintendent. evening's program is carried in the "Rotarian, the official magazine I

points and made 9 free throws 14 18 6 34 the Flagler Beach news else- of Rotary International. I
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out of 11. Dean Peterson made Lyman Fg Ft Fm Pts ''Many'Boats Using where in this issue. As a special feature in com- i
memoriation of the 50 years of I II
from the foul line.
8 points, all Williams .,5 11 5 15
Stephenson had 13 for Lyman. Hood 0 1 0 0 Intracoastal Canal the "Rotainan's" publication, a i
Bunnell Fg' "Ft Fm pt Gerrad number of these larger pleasure special recorded message from V !
1 2 1 3
McNab 0 0 0 0 Boating enthusiasts using the boats which visit Florida showsup J. Ed McLaughlin, president of I
Winfree 0
Peterson 0 10 8 8 Barnes 1 4 3 3 northeast portion of Florida's in the 'difference between Rotary International, will be !I
2 2 4
Tucker 0 1. 1 1 Goldman 0 2 1 1 I introcastal waterway stepped up north and southbound, traffic. I played for the members of the !

Lopez 3 11 9 15 Simpkins 5 4 2 12 passage at the Palm Valley The past ten years have averaged -:' club. i
44 cent during the a difference of 233 passings i
Kuleski 2 2 0 4 Leonard 4 1 0.8 bridge by per
Bratcher ,3 5 1 7 past 10 years, the Florida State and 1960 stood just under this Miss Bunnell High I
Chamber of Commerce reports. figure.
Missine -1 1 1 3 16 27 14 46 I
"Pleasure boats checked at the "Use of the waterway by commercial Contest Date Is SetThe
Bunnell 10 4 14 6 34 I
93020 38 bridge averaged 86 per day, boats, as checked by
12 16 11 7 46J.Vs -
Lyman Fg Ft Fm Pt Lyman comparing to 3,133 for the year. Army Engineers, fluctuates high- Fourth Annual Miss Bun-

Rhodes 0 0 0 0 Most pleasure craft bound for ly from year to year. Barges, nell High Contest sponsored by
Futch 0 0 0 0 ON NEW southern Florida use this pro pontoons and motor boats registered the Tri-Hi-Y Y Club of Bunnell

Griffin .''- 1 2 2 4 WINNING STREAK tected waterway during fall and 47 per cent more passingslast High School, will be held Sat-
Stephenson' r 5 4 3 13 Saturday night the BunnellJ.V. winter months. Last year's year than in 1950 while fish- urday, February 18, in the civic

Grant 2 0 0 4 defeated the St. Joseph southbound passings at the ing vessels dropped by one- center building at 8 P.M.
Academy at St. Augustine to All clubs and civic organiza-
Balmer 1 213 bridge came to 1,674 which In- third.
Watkins 2 8 4 8 win their second straight game. cluded local traffic as well as "All told, private.vessels of tions of the county are asked
Presley 1 4 2 4 Lopez had 9 points, Bratcher 7, out-of-state. On the return trip all types, plus a few governmentboats I to sponsor a girL contestant, it
high scorers. For St. Joe, Bias- in the spring, larger boats often made 4,779 passings at was announced. Anyone wish.

12 20 12 36 inggame had 7 and Castro 6 take the outside route resultingin the bridge last year. This figureis ing to sponsor a girl may con-,

Bunnell J.V. 3 7 8 20 38 More Sports by Leslie Pache a lowered number of north- I one per cent over 1959 and tact Miss Faye Bass, presidentof
Lyman 9' 6 11 10 36 on page 8 bound passings. A clue to the 30 per cent greater than in 1950. the Tri-Hi-Y Club.






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.. PAGE TWO _THE FLAGLER TRIBUNE, BUNNELL, FLORIDA Thursday, Jan. 26, 1961

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Merit Rating For Ii 1,000 throughout Florida wouldbe victions would be charged on a ,I.a family policy to $230.70 under I I SIGHTS IN ROME-
entitled to the .15 per cent scale which would be in line'.the proposed one-year family I.

'savings under terms of the plan. with those records, some one]'i:policy "safe driver" premium for j In Rome every turn reveals '.
Safe Auto.DriversA I
mementoes of
the The
I' driver in :each 1,000 paying as;; combined coverages. The same j past. busy
Fire and casualty actuary I life of )
Italy's capital flows past
much as 150 per cent more for automobile would drop in
"merit rating plan" for safe I Charles M. Graham said he is insurance.In surance overhead to $224. in-I j the classical ruins of the Colos-

auto drivers which could save "inclined to recommend ap J I I the seum and Roman Forum, vast
proposed
one year special]
350,000 Florida motorists as proval" of the plan. a Dade County for example I I policy premium for "safe driv- St. Peter's, and Renaissance !

much as 15 per cent on their ?a Dade county automobile with ers." churches, palaces, and fountains
Larson said he will study the'proposal )
collision insurance costs is un- one or more male drivers under created by the genius of Raphael i
and act on it in a few I I
der study and "will probably be days. The involved asked j t age 25, the car not owned by Michelangelo, Bramante
passed" by.Insurance Commissioner groups. the drivers, could enherit a pos- Bernini; and Cellini. tTIIP
that it become effective March 1. j
sible insurance reduction from -
J. Edwin Larson. I
Bureau spokesman WilliamLeslie I the present $250.30 per year for : Investors Wanted ,

Larson heard representativesof Jr., general manager 'of I j : IIHnglrr QJribisttrBUIflfELL.

the National Bureau of Cas- .the National Bureau of Casualty | Participate in develop- "

ualty Underwriters and the National f Underwriters, explained motor- j TV SERVICEALL ment of needed million FLORIDA

Automobile Underwriters ists who have maintained j! dollar housing, rehabilitation -

Association make the presentation I"clear" driving records for the I MAKES I & recreational facilities MRS. M. B. FULLER Editor

in behalf of the' 250' companies past three years would be en- Agent For for the aging. Minimum r --

they represent which do I titled to the maximum discounton investment $200.00. Deilgvated Official Pabllcatloa

business in Florida. I their auto insurance costs. RCA & PHILGO I Need three active investors for Public Notice of Flakier

Drivers who have bad recordsin I on salaried basis for County Municipalities therein
Some 795 motorists in TUBES & ANTENNAS SOLD *
every I I organization positions. All and the State of Florida
terms of accidents... and con-
AND INSTALLED
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replies confidential. Funds
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THE HANDY FAMILY BY LLOYD BIRMINGHAM! TUBES TESTED FREE will be kept in escrow at I I Entered as second class matter"

Citizens Bank, February 0.1013,at the poatofflcc
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ra4&r FORGEr 10 HOIY SMOKE/ LWis L N at Bnnnell Florida under net ..1March
PICKUP YOUR SUIT WE NEED A FO A I IM I TV Bob Write or contact ,
3 1876.
THE aEANERSTH AT THE MESSAGECENTER MESMGPRESCRIPTION CENTER I MRS. PAL PARKER, SR. I! I

PRUG5TOREANP fET IN THE FLAGLER BEACH I P.O. Box 218, One year.... Ji.60

SO\\E ANt 6RFAD:. -K KIiCFlEN) $ ttpGR I II II I I! PHONE HE 9.2204 Flagler Beach, Florida /I:.1 alx months. _f 1.6 ,

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: -f ssio FAR FIT BCARP.BLACK. 1 1I 1I 1I I I! AREA BUSINESS DIRECTORY I i 1



1 I I AUTO SERVICE (BUILDING SUPPLIES FLOOR COVERING
I I 1 I I '
s 2t I 1

i- I McDANIEL'SService WICKLINE I I I Tilecraft Company

Station Building Supplies I "LET US FLOOR YOU"

Armstrong & Kentile
CEMENT CEMENT BLOCKS
STANDARD OIL PRODUCTS Sold and InstalledAll
STEEL
Tires-Batteries-Minor Repairs Work Guaranteed
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CLASSIFIEDADS 1'lagier Beach HE 9-2254 Ormona Beach OR 7.3181
Bunnell ID 7-7119
I
I FURNITURE i

V I Biddle Gulf ServiceGASOILLUBRICATION CLEANERS Ormond Bedding and

BUNNELL CLEANERSEVERY II I Furniture Co. t

GULF TIRES & BATTERIES Substantial Discounts on AllBEDSSOFASFURNITURE.
Listing* under this bcttUinK are Ji cents per word each insertion
75 cents la minimum charge.. Open 7 A.M.-l0 P. M.-1 Days CLEANING I $10 Tradeln Covers Down PaymentR.
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I I FOR RENT-two and three-room State&Lambert US 1-ID 7-7190 SERVICE S. ROBENBERRY, Owner
ESTATE Ones Dally S to 6 i i 69 Granada. Ormond Bch.. OR 7-6411
REAL furnished apartments. Week,
.
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Phone ID 7-3188
month, permanent. Utilities furn- I Colonial Service Station .
115 N. Bay St. Bunnell !iCARDEN'SHOP
Branch OfficeOpportunity ished. Capitol :Motel (under new I EARL E. RICE. ProprietorGASOILLUBRICATION I I ,
ownership) at Korona. 112.4tp Gray's Garden Center
I CONCRETE PRODUCTS Headquarters for Gardening Need
FOR RENT-Unfurnished large MOTOR TUNE-UP Ceramics. Gifts, Dry Arrangement

UNITED FARM AGENCY America's 2-bedroom garage apartment. GOODYEAR: TIRES &BATTERIES Your "Q" For ConcreteDial Annuals Shrubbery Materials Fertilizers
Call HE 9.2318 Zeke. u. s. HIWAY 1 BUNNELL
most progressive real estate or see CL 3-8113 TORO LAWN MOWERS ,

broker, is expanding in Chaffee. 11-17-tf 147 Tomoka Avenue-Ph. OR 7-051
Florida! Over 73,000 sales of -" I Sullivan's Gulf Service DAYTONA BEACH OHMONO
FOR SALE-Your best buy in I
ranches, farms, businesses and
New 2 bedroom home. Tile GULFGASOIL8LUBRl HARDWARE
town. I Quillian's Concrete, Inc.
retirement homes from Oregonto I
CATION
bath electric kitchen screened
,
New York to Florida! TIRES-TUBES-ACCESSORIES THAT FAMOUS PAINT
porch, terrazzo floor, extra big I Beach Information
management We are now for seeking a UNITED capable garage with half bath. Water I "Specializing Clean Rest: In Rooms"In Service and DRUG STORES -} Exclusively at

front lot. Third house on Avalon I. The Heart of Flagler Beach I ..-I'
branch office in the beautiful I Anderson Drug Store FLAGLER BEACHHARDWARE
Ave. in Venice Park.
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I I I
Bunnell area. Naturally, we pre- I '
AND AUTO REPAIRS I -- Prescriptions
fer a licensed broker or sales
3 bedroom home 2 tiled baths, I Sick Room Supplies Flagler Beach HE 9.2103
man but will consider unlicensed EDGAR'S GARAGE I
big electric kitchen, Florida I Sundries
particularly man Village HardwarCenter
persons room, 2 single garages, and work 24-Hour. Towing Service
BUNNELL
and wife combination, who are
REPAIRS HOUSE PAINTS
shop or boat house on water COMPLETE AUTO
"Go-Getters" and have good front lot. Third house on Lan- Automatic Transmission Service Match and mix any colorBuilder's

references. (We will help ;you tana Ave., Venice Park. See I Wheel Balancing-Front Alignment End Moody's PharmacyFlagler Supplies Kitchenware

get your license). Emil Huber, builder, Lantana 240 Granada Ormond-OR 7-O803 County's Corner Drug Store GIFTS GREETING CARDS

If you are interested in increasing Ave., HE 92196. 12.15-tf t t PRESCRIPTIONS AlA Ormond Beach CL 2-0420

your present earnings, i I AUTOMATIC TRANSMISSION DRUGS-SUNDRIES
I
willing to work hard and devote FOR SALE-Charming new 2 t JEWELER

FULL TIME to YOUR OWN real bedroom home in Flagler Beach. HOLLY HILLHYDROMATIC FOUNTAIN SERVICE
business then Tile terrazzo floors SERVICE Bunnell, Fla. Phone ID 7-3661 I O. F. BEACH
estate our proposition roof stylish Jeweler .

will appeal to you. kitchen-dining room. Sodded Repairing Rebuilding ORMOND PRESCRIPTION Elgin Watches-Diamonds

UNITED is "cashing in" on waterfront lot; direct access to Central Florida first specialists In Exceptional Gifts
Florida's tremendous population Inland Waterway. Take 2nd St. AUTOMATIC TRANSMISSIONS PHARMACYSick
1239 Rid&ewood Holly Hill Watch RepaIrs-EngravIng
growth and you can help us to end turn rt. $12,800. Contact OR 7-1381 Room Supplies-Sundries .
"ring up the sales." Our famous local broker or P.O. Box 457, 24-Hour Prescription Service ,46V. Granada OH 72384 Ormond Beach

illustrated catalog,and continuous Flagler Beach, Fla. Dec. 1-tf BAR AND PACKAGE STOREBAMBOO Free Delivery in Flagler BeachRt.
AlA 1 mi. North of PAINTING CONTRACTOR
nationwide newspaper ad- FOR RENT-furnished 2 bedroomone ORMOND BEACH-Tel. OR 7-1661

vertising will help assure your bath house, Daytona Ave., I R. Moody .
success. Flagler Beach. Completely ren I BAR & COCKTAIL Thompson PharmacyYour
Our survey shows this terri- Health Is Wealth "
ovated. $65.00 per month. Keys LOUNGE
tory to be one of Florida's best I Put YourPRESCRIPTIONS PAINTING
can be picked up at Sullivan'sGulf Open Under New Management .
for our business. Its many na I
Station. Nov 10-tf
tural attractions create more Come In and Get Acquainted In Our Hands Phone ID 7.3240
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details FOR RENT the ocean 1 and Blvd Beach Ormond Drugs & Prescription Shop BUNNELL, FLORIDA t
buyer appeal! For more on Ocean AlA Flagler 141 W. Granada-Ormond 7-1421 ti i

about this opportunity. write 2 bedroom apartments completely RADIO TELEVISION

without delay.United furnished, utilities included. FLAGLER BEACH GILL DRUG COMPANY I

I Sensible rate day, week, month, PAUL'S RADIO & TV
Farm AgencyJohn HOTEL BAR Walgren AgencyPRESCRIPTIONS
or permanent. Sun Sea Motel I Atenna Sales & Installations '

T. Long Florida Branch I formerly Flagler l\tanor- "The Meeting Place Authorized Sales RCA VictorWe

9-15-tf of Flagler County" Sick Room Supplies Sundries
Manager I repair all other TV&Radio*eti
1220 Edgewater Drive "Jim and Yvonne Serving" 19 ". Granada Ave. Ormoiul Beach 1370 Ocean Blvd AlA
I On 75250FUEL
Orlando. Florida I Ormond Beach OR 7-2852
JOHNSTON'SFLAGLER J
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119.2tc OILKING'S
BOTTLE GASHARRIS
BEACH REALTY CO. NURSERY

LOTS, HOMES OCEAN FRONT,.I, BOTTLE GAS .
TRUCK STOP
FOR SALE-Flagler Beach house Wagon Wheel Nursery
WATER FRONT FARMS
party furnished. Two bedrooms, ACREAGE BOTTLE or BULK PHILLIPS 66 GAS & OILS Shade Trees Potted Plants -
FLAGLER COUNTY'S ONLY
CCBf large lot, located on Pal Delivery in the County on Shrubs _
real estate
See us for your needs HOME OWNED GAS COMPANY
metto Ave. in Venice Park. Price Office Phone HE 9-2242 Fuel Oil, Kerosene, Tractor Fue! 1,000 plants free: one with every
850000. Call Ed :Mathews,, PHONE ID 7.3551 GasolineU.S. dollar you spend. Thousands of
Residence Phones ID 73691or Grow varitiea at reduced prices. Best In
Help Flagler County
Gainesville FR 6.9064. ID 7.3517 1 N. Bunnell ID 7-3676 i town.
Dec. 1-Tf. By Shopping at Home 548 S. U S. 1 Hwy Ormond Beach

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:." Thursday, Jan. 26. ., 1961 THE FLAGLER TRIBUNE, BUNNELL. FLORIDA PAGE THREE

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' More Livestock On .Agricultural Extension Service,I would continue the present factors which can affect market- One pound of Florida sweet
says 'the' trend for the next few downward trend. For the yearas ings. "If unfavorable range con- peppers contains only 95 calories.

4 1961 Markets May years is downward, due to new I .a whole, he, says the down- ditions should occur," he warns, .
]highs in- meat production. ward trend will probably be "increased marketings could ex

: Lower about the same as in 1960. ert a downward pressure on
Prices
:; Bring According to Dr. Giles, the in Subscribe to The Flagler Tribune
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.. crease in cattle numbers in'1960is However, he adds, lower prices.
S2J50 A Year In AdvanceFREE .
Increased livestock
productionand expected to be less than that grades of slaughter cattle will ---
prospective increases In show more weakness than others I
-' of 1959. Ccw and calf slaughterwas THE OUTBOARDER
marketing, with their effect on reduced as ranches with- especially in the last half PAINT :
prices, tend to dominate the 1961 Authorized Evlnrude Dealor
held them for herds early in the of the year. One extra gallon of your choice
meat outlook, according to a bOATS ACCESSORIES REPAIRS
cycle, but this is increasing and with each gallon you buy !
University of Florida: marketing Dr. Giles urges ranchers to Dockage Storage tree Ramp
specialist. I now make up a larger part of watch range and weather conditions WE FINANCE Mary Carter Paint Store
total slaughter than in the previ- and pork production, two 825 Ballough Rd-Daytona
Also Weatcate Khooplnc Outer
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Dr. Howard Giles, livestock ous two years. i -
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However, if favorable range I
I and feed conditions continue in j WESTERN JAMBOREE SALE

Wait About 1961, some further increase in i
: Pruning
I herds may occur at a,slower rate Join us at Sheltons this weekend Pardner! For a "rootin Tootin". Western Sale

: :Following a Freeze than occurred in 1958 or 1959, FREE Donkey Rides Saturday for all children under 12 with a cash register receipt
I says the specialist :i from Sheltons dated Jan. 26th, 27th or 28th. Stock your saddle bags full of these

Following freeze, don't prune Pistol Packin Specials.
He says, slaughter of cattle !
plants until you know the ex
- during 1961 will probably be 5 .
tent of the damage, warns Dr. j
I to 10 per cent above 1960. In j I TABLE-RITE MEATS I
J. N. Joiner, ornamental horticulturist
e his opinion, marketings will increase i
with the Florida Agri.
cultural Experiment Station in but the real question is WESTERN BEEF SALE
Gainesville. I by how much. -
I Grade A BeefSTEAK
Dr. Giles prices at this
I says
It be several weeks after
may
the freeze before some damaged increased level of marketings I
Sirloin Rib Round Ib93
shoots frost-nipped die back.plants Early may cuttingof do -.- II II I I (Fullcut)

more damage than the cold. I I Tender BONELESS ROAST
WORLD OUTDOORS Ii
When you do prune, cut back I CHUCK STEAK tD 59c SHOULDER .

into the live wood so that the B, Blarxrrr Lean Tender RUMP

cuts will heal properly. After COWBOY STEAKS tb 89c SIRLOIN TIP Ib 89C
pruning, be sure't keep the
z. soil around the plants moist. Delicious Worlds BestHAMBURGER
BRISKET STEW Ib 29c 3 IBs $1.29
Frequent applications of fertilizer FISHERMEN, water skiers and
'i will speed the plants in don't have Ito

their return to a healthy con had be some told that growing recreational pains in boating 1960. I BRONCO BUSTER SPECIAL YOUR CHOICE

dition, Dr. Joiner. says. It was obvious to anyone who i Maxwell HouseCOFFEE Borden's
spent any time at all on a stream,

I lake or ocean. BISCUITS 12cnsnStokely's
4 II
Just how big boating has be
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come is evidenced in a year-end I 1bIb 46 oz. can Tomato
report on the boating industry
0 0i issued by the Outboard Boating JUICE .4 $100'
Club of America and the National i. for
\ Association of Engine and Boat Folgers 10 oz. JarInstant Food King 24 oz. bottle
: i Manufacturers. These folks, who
I' :. should know report that Ameri CATSUPea 31cea.
COFFEE 99 .
i cans spent $2,525,000,000 at retail
for new and used-bo ts,. motors, Riceland Ib.. bag
accessories and safety equipment,
r ; fuel boat shelters, docking and Limit One With $5.00 Or More Food Order PATNA RICE 69C
maintenance. Purchases of ea.
'
: new outboard boats, motors and Cowboy's Delight Grade "A" Medium Chicken of the Sea l/z can
boat trailers alone amounted
to
iI $442,000,000. EGGS 49c CHUNK TUNA 31C

I The number of people using the dozen ..
waterways more than twice for Pillsbury Cake
pleasure boating jumped 1,125,000 Joan of Arc 300 Can MIXES 3 $100
over 1959, the report shows. Total I
KIDNEY BEANS 2 29c
M-.MKNI r
number of boats used for recreaI I for FWilson's :
Except Angel
A WOMAN 'IS OWLY tion
rose to 8,025,000, of which I
AS OLD AS SHE LOOKSA 4,982,000 are motorboats.The i Pure Shortening
MAW IS NEVER OLD nation's recreational feet 3 Ib.
TILL HE QUITS LOOKIN/ consumed 547000.000 gallons of I BAKERITEFROZEN 49
gasoline and 25200.000 gallons of
can
lubricating oiL I

If your car is a couple of years I In the U.S. today, there are I Limit. One With $5.00 Or More Food Order
i more than 1,150 yacht clubs andboat
i old....you'll get better per
clubs with waterfront stations

ularly formance serviced.if you Let have us it do reg-it' marinas, and and approximately boat yards. Recrea 4,000- I FOODS I I FRESH PRODUCEFour I

for you...it'll save wear and tional boating enthusiasts formeda
tear on valuable engine parts. major market for producers of Fishermen 8 Oz. pkg. Large HeadCAULIFLOWER

I sheet aluminum plywood, fiberglass and FISH STICKS 29c 29'

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QfrM2'76r'I THE AMERICAN GUN, a new, Birds Eye 10 oz. pkg. 1 tb CelloCARROTS
luxury magazine for American STRAWBERRIESBirds 29c \ lOc
sportsmen and gun enthusiasts,
is a quarterly publication in the Eye 10 oz. pkg. York

hard-cover publication field. Color GARDEN PEAS 2 for 47c COOKING APPLES 2 Ibs 29crV.VV.V
==?*" ALU O&/G//VAI fully illustrated, it features articles -
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*** I PUvyoop 7327 the role of guns in American war 25 FREE You'll Find The Freshest Quality
history. First edition, 96 pages
has as its theme the Civil War. I I TOP VALUE STAMPS Produce at SHELTONS at PRICES
with the purchase of
I You Can AFFORD.CjhMHSdaSgaSBSigSSZSSS .
2 Cans of Libby's .
INSURE-Sla Insured & Rest Assured Spaghetti & Meat Balls

This coupon void Jan. 28,1961

GET THE BEST PROTECTION FROM 50 FREE
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H. T. COOK AGENCY j I I TOP VALUE STAMPS with S5.00 food Limit order one or to more a family and this coupon

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Moody. 1.lrs.lasper ,White arid Mrs. I I Friends of Mrs. Harry Hansal- :
. : Bathing Beauties-"By the Clarence Shultz were door prizewinners ;I packer will be glad to hear that ;
A5each :: i 3ea" "Baby Face" Hull, Goldie at the Games Party held she has recovered from her recent !
.;.: rlaaier ;arnsworth and Dolly Williams. last Wednesday at the Flagler illness sufficiently to return !
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':. (/ Ballad-"When the Bell in the Woman's Club house. Mrs. Al- to her home from the hospital t
LUNA BABBITT : Lighthouse rings"-Paul Kelly; 'fred Batten, Crusade for Freedom in Bunnell. :
Telephone HEmlock 9-2038 Novelty number "Ukelele Chairman and Mrs. Frank Brede I
Lady"-L. Fruits, assisted by acted as hostesses and served
FLAGLER BEACHMETHODIST FLAGLER WOMAN'S Andria Morrison, Debbie Lucas, dainty refreshments to the fol Your home won't be ,i
CHURCHRev. I CLUB NEWS I Eula Lee Moody and Diana, Lu- lowing present: Mr. and Mrs.

Reynold Hoover, Minister. I Mrs. Frank Schwenk, ways cas.End Paul Vogel, Mr. and Mrs. Frank a sniffle factorythis i
Song-"Laughing Song" Schwenk, Mr. and Mrs. M.
Sunday school 9:30 and morning and means chairman of the
worship 10:30 A.M. j Flagler Woman's Club, an- "Mirandy". Charon; Ballad" Whitely, Mr. and Mrs. Bill Bu- winter. .. I
The executive board of the I flounces the rehearsals for the "Beautiful Dreamer"-Betty tuex, Mrs. Charles Schaeffler,
Woman's Society of Christian !!"Evening of Mirth :Minstrel" to Shultz, assisted by Linda Black- Mrs. Otis Magee, Mrs. Zeke
Service and the committee forj:jbe i held at the Flagler Beach well. Chaffee, Mrs. John, Kunkle Mrs.F. '
the smorgasbord held a meeting: school auditorium Friday, January Skit-"Betina"-"Sis" Homans Boswell, Mrs. E. P. Fleurie,
Monday morning at the homeof 'I 27, beginning at 8:15 P.M. and "Angelique Queenie" Krug- Mrs. Mae Hendren, :Mrs. A. K.
the president, Mrs Harry is well under way and promises er.Woman's Dally, Mrs. Charles Charon, Mrs.
Treadwell. to be most hilarious .The fol. Club Chorus"Solo"by Sam Novick, Mrs. H. G. Heydt,
The smorgasbord will be held I lowing is an outline schedule.: Kay Swayze. Mrs. Inez Crenshaw, Mrs. John
"Fi Gi Islanders"-the five Zysk, Mrs. Ruben Gardei, Mrs
Friday, February 10, at the I Introducing Walter H. Kutnz-
Woman's Club and it was decided Master of Ceremonies. Jarosz "Jingo Kids." Pricilla McCabe, Mrs. Alfred
to make it an annual af I I Black Face Comedians: uMirandy" End Song-"If you knew Su- Juengling, Mrs. Philip Kester,
fair. Tickets will be sale by the { Charon, "Sas a Fras" No- "RootenTooten" Wickline. I and Mrs. V. W. Haines. Proceeds I
first of next week. |vick, "Rooten-Tooten" Wickline, Grand Finale by entire com- were sent to the Crusade for
I and "Satchmo" Phillips. pany. Freedom.

FIRST BAPTIST CHURCH NEWS I Balladists-Emily Gage, Betty J Mrs. Sam Novick, Welfare .if you install
During the business meeting Shultz, Florence Schwenk, Paul Douglas Schatz and Dave Snyder I!i Chairman announced that she
Wednesday evening, it was de- i.Kelly and Jack Clegg., both Navy men from Jacksonville 'had presented the kitchen ware
cided to hold the revival. in j Ladies and Gentlemen of the spent the weekend here I set to Mrs. L. Bondy.
March. f Ensemble: A Treadwell, L. Bon- with Douglas' parents, Mr. and
The men of the church are day, A. Jarosz, D. Farnsworth, Mrs. Robert Schatz. 1, 0[ .ues
continuing their work each Sat. I M. Brede, E. Lehr, M. Novick, K.
urday on the Pastorium and a Swayze, L. Fruits, M. Cash, A. Friends of :Mrs. Margaret GAS HEAT now!
picnic lunch is served each workday 1 Charon, J. Phillips, Wickline, Presswood will be sorry to hear I
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at noon by women of the I Red Farnsworth, H. Lerch V. that she has ,,been ill with in I Avoid the cold weather in-
church. Hoover and B. Mellinger. TheoH. fluenza. I
stallation rush; let us equip
The Woman's Missionary Society Weber, director and pianist.
I home with "Pyrofax"
a
meets T1.Iesday'at the Grand opening overture by Charles Northrip stopped for a your
home of Mrs. Robert Rumill. the entire company; End Song, short visit with Judson Strykeras c gas-operated automatic heat
They are planning to have Week "Dark Town Strutters. Ball," he was making a trip to Ti- ing unit now to enjoy healthful
of Prayer during the last week I"Satchmo" Phillips; Ballard- tusville from the University of even warmth throughoutyour
before the revival. ,"Honey, dat's All"-Emily Gage. Florida at Gainesville.Mr. iI i c house-all winter long.
The church choir is to attend I Specialty-"Yes, we have no I I
Estimates cheerfully given
the Music Festival in the First Bananas," "Pasquale" Hull. Bal and Mrs. Robert L. Strom
Baptist Church at Palatka Friday I lard-"Calling for You," Jack have returned to their home I SAlES DOWN without charge.
evening with Judson Stryker Clegg. End Song-"Dixie Jambo here after spending several j Phone today.
directing. Rev. and Mrs. Brock I ree-"Sas a Fras" Novick. Bal. months in Wonder Lake, Mich. YOU CAN MAKE PROFITS RISE BY
are planning to accompany land-"The Second Minuet," I I WISE ADVERTISING. CALL US Gas Engineering Co.
them there. Florence Schwenk, assisted by: Mr. and Mrs. Jack Meekins I'I' TODAY AND LET'S TALK ABOUT
603 N. Beach St.
Andria Morrison, Debbie Lucas, have been entertaining as house j
I 1 YOUR ADVERTISING Beach Florida
Mrs. Era Rae. of Daytona "Derese Owens, Christy Golien, I guests this week his brother, NEEDS. Daytona ,

Beach spent Sunday here with 1 Diana Lucas, Sandy Owens J.C. Meekins. Jr., from St. Peters- !l I ... ..",.'..' .,...391/2' ,Cordova St.
her aunt, :Mrs. Gertrude: Higgins. 'Faye Hutcheson. ., -Eula Lee i burg. "po" POt, roo. f"r St. .Augustine_ Florida ,
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:-. COFFEE Ib. 39 EVERY DAY HAMS_ lb. 49'CENTER

can II -

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10 oz. FolgersINSTANT
Grade "A" BeefCHUCK

. COFFEE jar 99CP J ChocolatePINEWHEELS ROAST ,lb. SSeCOPELAND'S

Limit One With $5.00 Or More Food Order 1 pkg. 47c
FRANKS 'pis.;
' 390
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Chicken Of The Sea I B oz. Hershey

K'. TUNA can 2ge COCOA can 35c i I I :SAVORY SLICED. BACON lb., 490 I

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Ib. PIES pkg. 39c -- -

: SHORTENING 3 can 49 14 oz. HienzKETCHUP FROZEN FOODS

Limit One With $5.00 Or More Food Order 1 bottle 27c :10 oz. Birds' EyeGARDEN

. No 300 can Joan Of Arc -- ]Dawn[ Mushroom i I PEAS 2 (, 450

KIDNEY BEANS 2 290 SAUCE can lOc I ;16 oz. Birds EyeRHUBARB S ,
... for II. "
. -Kraft's- Assorted J J pkg., 290

JELLO 3 for 29c| :]14 oz. Four Fishermans .
4.; MIRACLE. WHIP quart 490 : '
-. r\rog Red ]FISH STICKS 490
: Pkg.
: 2l/z ShurfinePEACHES
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SALMONcan 99c
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: : 4 for $1 00 Main OilSARDINES ]PIZZA PIES : each 390

2 for 23c ---
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for romedary i Date : Nut I] .._ Z lb. 25e
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"- Moody. Mrs. .Jasper White arid Mrs. i Friends of Mrs. Harry Hansal-- j;

. ; : Bathing Beauties-"By the Clarence Shultz were door prize}packer will be glad to,hear that I
:4! &acLUNA ': 3ea" "Baby Face" Hull, Goldie winners at the Games Party held she has recovered from her re (I
a ; : ?arnsworth and Dolly Williams. last Wednesday at the Flagler rent illness sufficiently to return f
Ballad "When the Bell in the Woman's Club. house. Mrs.. Al- to her home from the hospital I
BABBITT : Lighthouse rings"-Paul Kelly; 'fred Batten, Crusade for Freedom in Bunnell. }
I Telephone HEmlock 9-2039 Novelty number "Ukelele Chairman and Mrs. Frank Brede
Lady"-L. Fruits, assisted by acted as hostesses and served
I
FLAGLER: BEACHMETHODIST I FLAGLER WOMAN'S Andria Morrison, Debbie Lucas, dainty refreshments to the following Your home won't bea
CHURCHRev. CLUB NEWS Eula Lee Moody and Diana, Lu present: Mr. and Mrs.
Reynold Hoover, Minister. I I Mrs. Frank Schwenk, ways cas.End Paul Vogel Mr. and Mrs. Frank sniffle factorythis I
Sunday school 9:30 and morning and means chairman of the Song-"Laughing. Song" Schwenk, Mr. and Mrs. M.
worship 10:30 A.M. I Flagler Woman's Club, announces "Mirandy". Charon; Ballad" Whitely, Mr. and Mrs, Bill Bu- winter. ..
The executive board of the I the rehearsals for the "Beautiful Dreamer"-Betty tuex, Mrs. Charles Schaeffler,
Woman's Society of Christian ."Evening of Mirth Minstrel" to Shultz, assisted by Linda Black- Mrs. Otis Magee, Mrs. Zeke _
Service and the committee for i Ibe held at the Flagler Beach well. Chaffee, Mrs. John, Kunkle, Mrs.F. t._ __ '
the smorgasbord held a meeting.school auditorium Friday, January Skit-"Betina"-"Sis" Homans Boswell, Mrs. E. P. Fleurie,
Monday morning at the homeof I 27, beginning at 8:15 P.M. and "Angelique Queenie" Krug. Mrs. Mae Hendren Mrs. A. K.
the president, Mrs. Harry is well under way and promises ere Dally, Mrs. Charles Charon, Mrs.
Treadwell.The to be most hilarious The fol Woman's Club Chorus"Solo"by Sam Novick, Mrs. H. G. Heydt
smorgasbord will be held I lowing is an outline schedule.: Kay Swayze."Fi Mrs. Inez Crenshaw, Mrs. John
Friday, February 10, at the I Introducing Walter H. Kutnz- Gi Islanders"-the five Zysk, Mrs. Ruben- Gardei, Mrs.
Woman's Club and it was decided 1 Master of Ceremonies. Jarosz "Jingo Kids." Pricilla McCabe, Mrs. Alfred
to make it an annual af- II I Black Face Comedians: "Mirandy" End Song-"If you knew Su Juengling, Mrs. Philip Kester, I
fair. Tickets will be sale by the. | Charon "Sas a Fras" Nojvick sie"-"Rooten-TQoten" Wickline. and Mrs. V. W. Haines. Proceeds I
first of next week. ; "Rooten-Tooten" Wickline, Grand Finale by entire com- were sent to the Crusade for
I and "Satchmo" Phillips. pany. Freedom.
FIRST BAPTIST CHURCH NEWS I Balladists-Emily Gage, Betty Mrs. Sam Novick Welfare if you install
During the business meeting Shultz Florence Schwenk, Paul Douglas Schatz and Dave Sny- j Chairman announced that she
Wednesday evening it was decided i Kelly and Jack Clegg., der both Navy men from Jack had presented the kitchen ware
to hold the revival. in 1 t Ladies and Gentlemen of the sonville spent the weekend here set to Mrs. L. Bondy.SALES .
March. t Ensemble: A Treadwell, L. Bon- with Douglas' parents Mr. and
The men of the church are day, A. Jarosz, D. Farnsworth :Mrs. Robert Schatz. re.oe rut
continuing their work each Sat. I M. Brede E. Lehr M. Novick, K.
urday on the Pastorium and a I.Swayze, L. Fruits M. Cash, A. Friends of Mrs. Margaret GAS HEAT now}
picnic lunch is served each work Charon, J. Phillips, G. Wickline Presswood will be sorry to hear I M
day at noon by women of the I Red Farnsworth H. Lerch V. that she has been ill with Avoid the cold weather in-
in-I
church. Hoover and B. Mellinger. TheoH. fluenza. stallation rush; let us equip
The Woman's Missionary Society Weber, director and pianist.
I 1S home with a "Pyrofax"gasoperated
meets Tuesday'at the Grand opening overture by Charles Northrip stopped for a ,, < your
home of Mrs. Robert Rumill. the entire company; End Song short visit with Judson Strykeras automatic heat-
They are planning to have Week "Dark Town Strutters. Ball," he was making a trip to Ti- ing unit now to enjoy healthful -
of Prayer during the last week I"Satchmo" Phillips; Ballard- tusville from the University of even warmth throughoutyour
before the revival. "Honey, dat's All"-Emily Gage. Florida at Gainesville. I
: house-all winter long.
The church choir is to attend I I Specialty-"Yes, we have no i
Estimates
r;,. the Music Festival in the First Bananas" "Pasquale" Hull. Bal- Mr. and :Mrs. Robert L. Strom cheerfully given
a' Baptist Church at Palatka Fri I lard-"Calling for You," Jack have returned to their home I DOWN without charge.
day evening with Judson Stryker Clegg. End Song-"Dixie Jambo here after spending several Phone today.
directing. Rev. and :Mrs. Brock I ree-"Sas a Fras" Novick. Bal- months in Wonder Lake, Mich. YOU CAN MAKE PROFITS RISE BY
are planning to accompany 1 land-"The Second Minuet," I I WISE ADVERTISING. CALL US Gas Engineering Co.
them there. Florence Schwenk, assisted by: Mr. and Mrs. Jack Meekins TODAY AND LET'S TALK ABOUT
603 N. Beach St.
Andria Morrison Debbie Lucas, have: been entertaining as house I
YOUR ADVERTISING NEEDS. Daytona Beach Florida
Mrs. Era Rae. of Daytona Derese Owens, Christy Golien I guests this week his brother ,
Beach spent Sunday here with.t Diana Lucas, Sandy Owens| J. C. Meekins. Jr., from St. Peters. I ..39.Ua' Cordova St.
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Limit One With $5.00 Or More Food Order pkg. 47c

Chicken Of The Sea ___u 8 oz. Hershey FRANKS 12P; g: 390

TUNA can 290 COCOA can 35c II i I SAVORY SLICED BACON ,lb. 490

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', Snowdrift Shurfresh Marshmallow I SLICED PORK LIVER lb. 390

Ib. PIES pkg. 39c -- -

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:. Limit One With $5.00 Or More Food Order bottle 27c 10 oz. Birds EyeGARDEN
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. ... KIDNEY BEANS 2 for 290 SAUCE can. IQc 16 oz. Birds EyeRHUBARB

-Kraft's- Assorted Pk, 290

JELLO 3 for 29c I 14 oz. Four Fishermans
MIRACLEVHIP 4ge
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quart FISH STICKS
Arog RedSALMON Pk6.490
.' 2'12 can Shurfine _
can 99c Chef Alfredo .

PEACHES 4 for $1 00 Main OilSARDINES I PIZZA PIES each 390

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! recent visitor In Jacksonville I
with ,her son in law and daughter. i BRANNAM'S FOOD MARKET

IS COOKING DAILY BARBECUE CHICKENSAND .
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LOCALS$. JoAnn Morris, student at the SPARE RIBS. -; ,. :
of Florida .in Gaines-
.. University j THEY ARE DELICIOUS'., ,. ...
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here with her -
holidays parents
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UNDERGOES SURGERY- ( :Mrs. Ed Copeland had as her Mr. and Mrs. Walter Morris. I MEAT DEPARTMENT _
. Robert Tweed of Bunnell is a |house guest last week her neice, !Visiting with her for two days
patient in the Duval Medical!Mrs., Robert Hall, of Orlando. I was a classmate, Barbara Mallard ARMOUR PORK LOIN SALE
Center in Jacksonville where he of Gainesville. ;
is scheduled to undergo surgery Mrs. George Bucknam and I III Center CutPORK '
this week. He was accompaniedthere daughter have ,returned to their CARD OF THANKS
by his mother, :Mrs. Nellie home in White Lake.Wis., aftera May we take this method of CHOPS ro 6ge
Tweed, who is spending the visit of, two weeks here with I thanking our neighbors and
time with Mr. and Mrs.. Robert her mother, :Mrs. G. J. Hosford. friends for their many kind expressions Mixed CutPORK -
McCort. ,V She also visited with Mr. and of sympathy during
I Mrs. Jack Hosford and Mr. and1I'rs. our recent bereavement. We i CHOPS 3ge
Mr. and Mrs. J. C. Rodgers Curtis Rodgers. She is a would also like to express our } I
have as their house guest this sister of Mrs. Rodgers and appreciation to Dr. Canakaris ,
week Mrs. Gertrude Truelove of Hosford. 1\lr'l and Dr. Cross for their kind RIB END ROAST 39e
Alto, Georgia. treatment of our loved_ one. *
Mrs. Flossie Richardson spent I John Kempisty
Grady Pearce, of Eutaw, Ala., the past weekend in Daytona Jesse Overby. Armour Star
.. Grady Pearce, of utaw, Alabama, Beach with the Upson and Bid- I I
Is visiting here with her son ; die families. i iI I PICNICSwift 3 1"
and daughter in law, Mr. and c
Mrs. Jeff Cockrell.Mrs. I Visiting with Mr. and Mrs.
M. B. Fuller Sunday were Mr. RU Premium
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Hirris Long of Green and Mrs. Andy Yelvington and I
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day with friends. I
Mrs. Lois Carle was a visitorin Swift Premium ALL MEAT
Nancy Brannam, student at Daytona Beach Monday.Mrs. I
the University of Florida in Prompt Service I BOLOGNA 3 .b.l
Gainesville,. is spending a few Thomas Diamond returned II PLACE YOUR ORDER WITH US
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days here with her parents dur home Thursday after a visit
ing the mid-semester. She has in Ft. Pierce with her brother The Flagler TribunePhone Chase & SanbornINSTANT _
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: q Land ,Of Wheat Salt i ; Community "'

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. Memorial Church 'i

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tt1\ REQUEST FOR DIDS \
rk I U % Sealed bids ,
will be received In
+ : the office of the City Clerk of the
+ City of Bunnell, Florida.. in the
Civic Center Building on or before \
12:00 o'clocknoon, op the 6th day
of February. A. D. 1961, for one S You Need .
.
'. (1) 1.000 gallon tank and pump Installed -
i' I ; regular gas. oil. and
grease. ,
i Each bid shall be addressed to
: : the City Commissioners. Bunnell. I
__ j Florida. The City Commissionersreserve
-. the right to reject any and
all bids and also to accept the bid I

Hutchinson, Kansas, is wheat country the gateway to the Great the that best in its interest judgment of will the City be for of

Plains, that semi-arid short-grass prairie region once roamed by Bunnell. Florida.
buffalo and nomadic Indian tribes that is today the greatest hard red WITNESS my hand and official GOODPrinting
seal this 17th day of January. A. D.
winter wheat producing area in the world. \ 1961.

The Great Plains winter wheat area extends westward to the Rocky (Seal) JOHN A. CLEGG. Mayor

Mountains and the Texas Panhandle on the so'uth, and western City of Bunnell Florida

the north. Western Kansas is the "heart"of ATTEST:
Nebraska and Wyoming on NANCY C.
I RODGERS City Clerk
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this area.Ideally January 19-26-2tc

suited to bread wheat sociated with another product
IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF TilE
production the deep, fertile soil found in the kitchen of every SEVENTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT,
retains abundant minerals, adding American home-salt. In Kansas IN AND FOR FLAG LEU COUNTY -
FLORIDA. IN
to the nutritive value of the during prehistoric times called NO. 4103Vinicius CHANCERY.

product. the Permian Age, the salt watersof V. Vasconcellos, I

Great concrete grain elevators, an inland sea dried up. As Plaintiff &

such as the one shown above often centuries went by, layers of earth vs.
Betty Louise Vasconcellos I.
referred to as "Prairie Castles," covered the bed of the dried up Defendant.

- are a distinctive scenic feature of sea, and the bedded area of salt NOTICE BY PUBLICATIONTO
I
the landscape. was pressed into solid rock salt I : Betty Louise Vasconcellos
Address Unknown I
Wheat Is handled in Kansas from the' pressure of more and I YOU ARE HEREBY NOTIFIED I

primarily as. a food grain. The more earth moving in. Thou. that a Complaint for Annulment tI

. crop is' harvested during the hot sands of years passed before en- I are has been hereby filed required against you.to serve and you a j'I OFFICE FORMS

of June and gineers searching for oil discov- ,
summer days July copy of your Answer to the Complaint .
and taken directly to the great ered the great natural storehouseof on Plaintiff's attorney. Du- I ,
VAL, and TAYLOR whose addressis
concrete elevators by trucks. salt at Hutchinson. Today 5050 N. W. 7th Avenue Miami
.
Smaller "country" elevators dot mines operating several hundred Florida and WILLIAM L. WADS- ENVELOPESINVOICES

' the countryside and when these feet below the surface of the earth WORTh Bunnell Florida, and file
the original of the Answer in the .
are filled, grain is transported to take salt from a deposit estimatedto office of the Clerk of the Circuit .
the larger "terminal" elevators. be 100 miles by 40 miles in Court on or before the 20th day
of February 1961. If fail to
Hutchinson,Kansas is also as- area and about 325 feet thick. I do so, judgment by default you will

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o Complaint

; : Research at :Marine Studios ] means of similar sonar. They I I I Annulment.DATED this 13th day of January -I LETTER HEADS .

-' ,has aided in the discovery that I emit untrasonic sounds whichare 1961. I
I (Seal) RALPH E. HARBERT
porpoises can locate and distinguish j reflected back from under. Clerk of the Circuit Court '
underwaFer ". DuVAL and TAYLOR 4 ,BUSINESS CARDSSTATEMENTS ,
objects by i j water objects. 5050 N.W. 7th Avenue '

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Bunnell. Florida .
i Attorneys for Plaintiff
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.Jan. 19-26 & Feb. 2-9-Itc
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,." \ I NOTICE IS HEREBY NOTICE GIVEN that BILL HEADS I
the Board of County Commissionerswill
'receive sealed bids on the 6th .
I I day of February., A. D. 1961 atthe 1
hour of 9:00 o'clock A. M. in the
office of the Clerk of the Circuit ) RULED FORMS
ts Court in the Flagler County CourtHouse
for the following: I
One (1) new Tandem Drive Motor -
Grader complete with steel TICKETS TAGS' j
Lfeiaiui cab with safety glass and and
: ped as follows:
II Full Diesel Motor equIP-I )
I 100 horsepower but
than 85 horsepower with electric .
starting system or equivalant ,
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BY THOMAS COLLINS
I thereof. : CIRCULARSANNOUNCEMENTS

SEEKING A NEW LOOK FOR RETIREMENT AT 65 I Scarifier 12 foot moldboard.complete with teeth. I

Tires, 13:00x24: 12 ply front and
0 THE newly appointed personnel and misfit employees to retire I rear. (

, tor of a prosperous company from age 50 on. Prices to include trade in of one I -
'S I Adams 440 motor grader, which
has come seeking advice on 2. The normal business firm may be seen at Flagler County '
a "new approach" to the retire goes contrary to its common Yard. Bunnell Florida.The I
ment of his company's employees."I when Board reserves the right to I I
sense, as a rule it tells an reject any ond all bids.
feel," he says, "that the timeis employee he must retire at 65 and DATED at Bunnell Florida this

about here for business firms to then leaves him in his job after .i 10th day of January. A. D. 1961. \.

". start thinking freshly. Arbitrary age 64. If the company told the ALFRED R. TUCKER I

retirement at 65, the gold watch fellow who was supplying the coal ,OFFICIAL, SEAL Chairman We Don't Do The Most
the pension a booklet on Social for its furnace that it wouldn't ATTEST: .

Security and'a story in the company need his coal after next year-and RALPH E. HARBERT I I
' magazine these have Clerk Board County I
t forever after wouldn't r.eed his issioners Flagler commls-I
served the company and the em- coal-that fellow just might give Florida

' ployees well for some time now. the company during the next yeara Jan. 12-19-26 & Feb. 2-itcIN I I PRINTINGBut

' But I question whether they will few rocks he had dyed black. THE CIRCUIT COURT IN AND

r be adequate much longer." (Now I don't want indignant letters FOR ST. JOHNS COUNTY FLORIDA -I

Like this executive many tune. : from coal companies on this.I I JEFFERSON SHOE NO. 67D COMPANY

r.". makers of business are reaching am just trying to make a human. Plaintiff I We DoSome of the Best
out for new concepts of retire- nature point. And it's a pertinentone. -vs- .
, ment. So are labor unions. So are .) If the has SAM LOVUOLO and EDITH R.
company a policy LOVUOLO. d/b/a Sam'e Bargain ,
f people in political life. And so, I of retiring people at 65. it should House
incidentally, are the people being
, I consider transfering at least some Defendants
S retired. of its key people to other work NOTICE OF SHERIFF'S SALE
For all of them. I pass along along about 64. Notice is hereby given that I,
age Homer W. Brooks Sheriff of Flag-
the thoughts that
to
- come me 3. Protection against catastrophic ler County. Florida. under and by I
.. from the people who! read my virture of a writ of Execution j
medical bills is
a rapidly heretofore
. column: issued out of the above
growing concern of retirementage entitled court in the above styled I
1. Some of the pension plans people.. An executive I cause 'have levied upon the following -I Dial
r now in effect in business firms seekinga described property, to-wit: ID 7-3282
; "new approach to retirement All merchandise consisting of
are not designed just to give the
.-". might investigate the possibilities clothing and "ho a. I .
employee 'a pension at age 65. Instead I I All furniture fixtures and equip-
of extending to retired
employees .
: ment .
they are designed to :>
give
, enough of the group health insurance I I as the property of the above named I .. ..'
the company a management tool ', :1 <
to insure them defendants, and that on the 6th t ,+<
to retain or control valuable employees against"disaster" day of March."A. D. 1961. between I : '.... ', _. -
r during the employee's illnesses that will wipe the legal hours of sale namely I ;o:' r ,. < -
out( savings and wreck even a eleven o'clock in the forenoon and'i .
f
most useful years. Pension plans two o'clock
in the afternoon. on '
;: that give employee a uniform ( O-a-month pension. People now said day. In the store room of the. .
, going into retirement are gravely Idelson. Building; on corner of I The -
increase in his
pension
,* every yearto oncerned about these disaster I Moody Blvd. and State Street. Bun- ,
f age 65 and that allows the em- nell. Florida. I will offer for sale I ; 1
ployee to retire voluntarily priorI illnesses which is why there and,sell to the highest bidder for .
Is so much support for political cash. In hand the above propertyas .
to 65 without penalty, would seem the property of said defendantsto I
I i to be on the rise. They may cost rograms; on socialized or Social satisfy said execution.
the in Security medicine.For HOMER 'V. BROOKS Tribune
more premiums.
company Flagler :
# Sheriff of Flagler County.. I :
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: But, in the end they may be-.an'f a espy of the new Golden Tears Florida |
booklet by Thomas Collins, send S3 H. T. Cook '
,.. economy because the company rents In coin can then be* able to allow tired newspaper). Box 161 Gr t-i Central I I Bunnell. Florida i
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" Mint cash-made in Lydia by Lyd- ancient Egypt and the young civil war. Mussolini withdrew

: British fans from electrum, a natural Roman- Empire. ". coins of precious content, sub- 'I G. E. IRWIN

May Coin Money alloy of gold and silver. In time, silver took first placeas stituting steel lire. won the 50 gallons of gas

Nothing less than pure gold the preferred ingredient of The United States considered given away by

Out of PlasticBritain's coinage suited. Croesus, a later coins throughout the Old World. minting a three-cent glass piecein SPEEDWAY OIL CO.
Lydian king who lost'his throne One of the most famous ever World War II to relieve the W. L. BASS Operator
Mint favors I struck the Roman denarius
Royal was
and bulging coffers; to the Per copper shortage. It sharply w--
making money of plastic, an un- ,sians in 546 B.C. The Persianswere a silver piece worth about 17 duced the percentage of re-I
tried ingredient in the world's cents in modern money. It was .
charmed with the idea of in nickels and issued a light-,
tried-and-true coin recipes. doubtless with denarii that Jo- RCA VICTOR
making money out of gold, and zinc-coated, never-popular pennyof
COLOR TV
seph paid the family taxes when LIVING
Government mints have had the art gradually spread west- steel.
he and Mary traveled to Bethlehem I -LOOK FOR TUB IMCTL'KK
to improvise now and then, like ward to the Mediterranean. IN TilE 'VIN 00\""" ;
on the eve of the first Oddly, a new fad has outmode I Southern Radio & Television
an economy-minded chef, but Though Lydians are credited Christmastide.The the old admonition 226 E. Granada -Ph. OR 72001

the basic coinage materials with striking the first true coins, Roman Emperor Augustus "Don't take any wooden nick-I j ORMOND .

have been gold, silver, and cop-. the Greeks produced the first who died in A.D. 14, put less To celebrate anniversaries !I

per, the National Geographic Society metal money of standard shape, the Empire back on the gold and other historic events, scores .

says. size, content, and value. Having standard. For nearly a thousand of American towns now issue I
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" This has been true: ever since many silver mines they went in years gold dominated the coin wooden nickles-as souvenirs. 'II I STOP IN
I I heavily for silver. ,,c of
Europe.
a legendary king of Lydia, probe age

ably Gyges, called in the royal The Greek city of Sparta, not Coins Reflect Economy I I And See Us

treasurers near the end of the surprisingly, shunned the glitterof I : Blackwell'sRestaurant i iIi
7th century B.C. and said, in effect gold and silver for solid iron Over the centuries, the contentof I II -atSandy's -

: "I've got a grand idea. money. As bulky iron was hard coins has reflected national Ii Hideaway
There's a "lot of electrum lying' ly suitable for jangling in one's health: the purer the coin, the I !
:, around Lydia, so let's mint some wrap-around robe, the war- greater the prosperity. But coinage i 18th St. & AlAI 1 Mile South of
money." obsessed people were discouraged 'has often been debased for I. Flagler Beach I I FLAGLER PIER

from becoming spendthrifts.There greed as well as thrift. Henry : SHRIMP i Try Our Tasty
'Tell what else, he may
you II
wasn't much to buy in VIII greatly adulterated England's CHICKEN DINNERS SEAFOOD
have said. "We can probably get I ,
to the considerable
Sparta anyway. coinage -
with 168.4 grains coin for BARBECUE SANDWICHESCOLD
by per Copper, the basic alloying I advantage of his own !
home use, but we'd better stepit FISH
agent from early times, was the i purse. Ore particularly shabby BEER
up to 224 for trade with Ionia. I standard of monetary value in coin earned him the nickname, SANDWICHES I. Augie & Ellie FlothmcmnPERCE
I I I .
Pure Gold for Croesus r "Old Coppernose.
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For better or worse, the world It was not until the prosper. I !

was thus introduced. to hard this week'spatterns. /\ I I ous powers 19th possessed century sufficient that world gold, I STRINGS I

-- silver, and copper to produce 'SURE, t '
) I 60T CHANGE VOU-LL ETVOUPFULL
.. I coins in variety and vast quan FOf?A QUARTER MONEYS WORTH AT 1
CONSERVATION NEWSBy 0Y AUCRIY IAI4I 7 WHAT WOULD G 00
i tity.Hard I YOU LIKE? + FLAGLER. I It
pressed nations have HARDWARE
Tilman W. RobinsonThe t I
Versatile I continued to experiment,. however II II I

application for Federal Mix-and-Matchx with materials ranging AND TH6a !I

assistance on the Haw Creek r tI I from antimony to zinc. After FRIENDLY SERVICE !
submitted World War I issued f
drainage project, Germany WILL I
jointly by the Flagler Board of coins of porcelain and papier- PLEASE IJ J

County Commissioners and the I mache. Spanish Loyalists printed '&: osws; !!
Flagler Soil Conservation Dis cardboard coins during the !
. trict, has been approved by the I I II

State Soil Couservation Board.H. i


E. Van Arsdall, soil con H'
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servation service agronomist, as- "
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sisted Flagler SCS technicians'in

agronomy phases of farm plan 1\ ., j
ning Tuesday and Wednesday of I r !
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the past week. 4


The supervisors of the Flag 3J67
ler Soil Conservation District recently -
10 : 18r
ordered seven district

boundary signs from the National '-S' .
Association for placement on \
all major highways entering I

., and leaving Flagler County. The I r do know what medallion homes
signs will be erected within the'i II you offerELECTRIC

i next few weeks. ., 'tI ......

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O. F. ALFORD ;::

Registered I I f -. ..r ;
Dress Pat- I .
Real Estate Broker I I fern No.3167 $1I I
-Veriatifematch
t; BunnelL FloridaLIQUIDATION r ,

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I Stretch your .. .
I wardrobewith
I I these, ....
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SALE three pieces. ,.. .-
I You'll find J .

i BUNNELL LOTSAt them match mighty plant. Best versatile of all,in they your are mix-and-so well ..,.-: ., .. ,
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I coordinated that you can wear them to .-

your own price and II gether.No...3167 comes in sizes 10, 12,14,16, '
I terms, buy now. Prices I 18. fn size 14 skirt and weskit take ,77/ 3 iI ; ;"f.,' .
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are advancing.. yards of 54-inch fabric blouse, 1%
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yards of 35-inch.
Needlework Pattern No.837-A simple .
8 Lots near School. square medallion, joined to others in the '-f.
.f_ 16 Lots Flagler Vista making of its last row, is the basis and .. :
on Deen Road motif of this stole design. Any width or -, '
t length may be made and it is easy to .... .
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J crochet with Pattern No. 37. .I
McDonogh Development Send 35c for each dress pattern, 25c -
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for each needlework pattern (add lOc I
Company
t 1I for each dress pattern for first class mailing
Bunnell Fla. I ) to AUDREY LANE BUREAU Box 1490,
t e New York 1, New York.

.........................................-.J'Nr1'rI'N..rl" ......"' WATER HEATER-The heart of entrance wiring to assure full power for today's
safe for and
4 your kitchen-laundry. Speedy, pre- appliances the ones you will have
; FOR ALL HOURS -DAY OR NIGHT dons peace of mind. tomorrow. Plenty of convenient outlets and

i ELECTRIC RANGE-Flameless, smoke-free switches, too.LJGHTFORLIVING.

5 AMBULANCESERVICE and "white-glove" clean. Walls and curtains Plenty of light for .
stay brighter longer. modem living-for safety, eye comfort and
PHONE VAlley 4-1625 decorative beauty. .
I I "REDDY HELPERS"Four or more major "
ST. AUGUSTINE. FLORIDA eectrical.apPiances! to make housework Look for the JedaIlion-the hallmark of electrical
I'I
lighter-life brighter
excellence. It's a whole new concept for
i Never be hesitant about call ng a Garda Ambulance. We FULL HOUSEPOWER-100-200 amp.service better l f..ing-eledr cally. .

t are always at your service wexperience. th promptness, safety and

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t Equipped. With Oxygen 1 Resusitator and Inhalator --t 'kJf4 ) L cffJ.


Garcia FurP. ieral Home .

t E. GARCIA, Licel sed Funeral Director FLORIDA. POWER & LIGHT COMPANY .

LADY ASSISTANT HELPING BUILD FLORIDAt"

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him 103 points for the season ,Earnings Under old rule a person is required to ings go over $1200. ''!be change ,
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: SPORTS and makes him top scorer' for .i give up his entire monthly so in the' new law eliminates the

: the season. Social SecurityAre cial security check for every $80 I possibility that existed under i

I or part of $80 by which his earn the old law."
"* from Bunnell J.V. G F Fm Pts ______ -
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Peterson 1 3 3' 5 j i ExplainedBeginning

.t--.' Bunnell J.V. G Ft Fm Pts :McNab' 2 1 1 5 |i
", in 1961, an additional
Peteron 1 1 1 3 ;Tucker 1 2 1 3' NOTICEYou '
450,000 people will be
, ItlcN'ab., 0 0, 0 0 I Hosford 100 21 j able to draw some social security
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Bratcher 2 3 3 7 .Lopez 4 1 0
H. Emery .", 0 0 0 Ol I Emery 0 0 0 81' benefits while they are work- are hereby notified that the Tax Assessoror
ing, Mell D. Eadie, of
Lopez 4 5 1 91 j Kuleski 3 1 0 6..the Daytona Beach district manager office his assistant will be present in the various pre-

Polk 0 0 0 0 I Gary 0 0 0 0 ]I said 'today.Eadie cincts on the day and hour shown below, for the
Kuleski 2 1 0 4 Bratcher 7 5 0 141 I
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of tax returns real
out that purpose receiving on personal
pointed a
Tucker 1 2 1 3 Metts 0 0 0 0 I pro I I
vision of the new social security and intangible property, and applications for home-
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': Gary 0 0 0 0 Polk 1 0 0 2 i
I Metts 0 0 0 0 amendments changes the rules stead and other exemptionsr

20 12 5 46 for determining how earningsfrom Precinct No. 1-Bunnell Tax Assessor's Office. Monday
I work affect a person's rightto
10 12 6 26 February 6, 8:00 A. M. to 12:00 Noon. ,
Taylor J.V. .G F Fm Pts j I receive monthly benefits. He
St. Joe J.V. G Ft Fm Pts Jones 5 1 0 101 I explained further that the fol Precinct No 4A-Bunnell-Post Office. Monday. February 6,
0 2 1 1 2OOP.M.to2:30P.M.
Taylor Clifton 1 2 1 31 j lowing rules remain unchanged.

Dupont 0 0 0 0 Cowart 0 0 0 0 i 1. Anyone earning $1200 or I Precinct No. 2-Flagler Beach-Post Office Wednesday Feb I

Toner 0 0 0 0 I Evans 2 3 0 4 less during will still be ruary 8. 9:00 A. Me to 10:00 A.M.
a
Solano 0 3 2 21 Johnson 0 00 0 I entitled to receive year his full social Reptile Gardens-Wednesday. February 8, 10:30 A. M.
Reough 0 0 0 ; I I 11:00 A. M.
Spindle 1 0 0 2
security check for monthof
every I.to I.
Provenza 0 5 1 1 I
> Miles 2 7 3 71 I the year. Precinct No. 5-Espanola-County Polling Building. Wednesday
Thomas 0 0 0 01
Bells 000 0 i iI 2. Anyone who has reachedhis February 8. 11:33 to 12:00 Noon.
Casto 2 4 2 6
I 72nd birthday will still be Precinct No. 3A-Korona-White Eagle Wednesday. Febru
McCormick 1 5 0 2
11 13 4 26 able to receive his full social ary 8. 1:30 P. M. to 2:00 P. M.
Blashingame 1 8 5 7
security check for every monthno Precinct No. 3-Haw Creek-Townsend Store. Wednesday.

44 24 11 19 Bunnell Eighth Graders beat I matter how much he works February 8. 2:30 P.M. to 3:00 P. M.
the Seville Eighth Graders and how much he earns.
Saturday night the Bulldogs Precinct No. 4-SL Johns Park Community Hall Wednes
day night 249. E. Tucker Tues-I 3. A will not have
person any
dropped a close game- to St. day. February 8. 3:30 P. M. to 4:00 P.M. .
high scorer with 8 and deduction from his social secur
Joseph's Academy of St. Augus The Tax Laws require that you file a returnon
Crews next with 5 points. I ity check for any month that

tine. The Bulldogs just couuldn't I his earnings as an employee are I Personal and Intangible Personal Property, re-
St. Joe's tight defence. Bunnell 8th G Ft Fm Pts
penetrate I' $100 or less or, if he is self-i gardless of the amount, before April 1st, and I am
and were held to 8 field goals. Johnson 0 0 0 0 :
Mike McMillan and Jerry Burn Lowe 2 1 0 4 employed, for any month that required to assess a ten percent penalty upon your
he does not do substantial work .
sed had 7 points for top scorers, McDaniel 1 0 0 2 in his business. failure to do so.

while Gooch had 13 followed by E. Tucker 4 2 0 8
The change made by the re All applications for exemption must also be
Meehan with 11. Harris 0 0 0 0
cent amendments affects the filed before April 1st. The Tax Assessor's Office
Crews 2 1 1 5
Bunnell G Ft Fm Pts
Townsend 1"" 1 1 3 social security benefiiciary whose I is open from 8:00 A. M. to 12 :00 Noon and 1:00
Robertson 1 2 2 4 earnings from employment or
Canakaris 1 2 1 3 Rockett 0 2 0 0 self-employment go over $1200 a I to 5:00 P. M. and we will be glad to render any

O. Emery 0 0 0 0 Seals 1 0 0 2 I year, Eadie explained. For earn- I assistance possible.

McMillan 3 3 1 7 ings from $1200 to $1500 he will
... 11 7 2 24 Respectfully,
0 2 2 2
Moody
give up $1.00 in social security

Burnsed 3 3 1 7 Seville G Ft Fm Pis benefits for each $2.00 of earn- D. D. MOODY,

Craig 0 4 3 3 Raulson 0 5 1 1 ings. For any earnings over Tax Assessor

Morris 0 1 0 0 Glasham 1 1 0 2 $1500 he will give up $1.00 of
Feb. 19262tcI
Wells 0 2 0 0 social security benefits for every
8 17 10 26 Robinson 0 2 1 1 $1.00 of earnings. Under the I
'
St. Joe G Ft Fm Pts Spence 1 2 0 2 I --- ---- -

Dupont '.' 2 5 2 6 M. Raulson 0.0 0 b 'I

Gooch ..:<.:* 4 6 5 13 Leahold 0 0 0 0 It
YOUR WHOLE FAMILY WILL LOYE FALCON'SSIIE..ITS
.:' 0 3 2 2 2 I
Redmond > Peterson 0 6 2 -
Sequa --<: 0 0 0 0 Rainwater 0 1 1 1 COMFORT..ITS SAVINGS ffi 11 ru@@

Meehan _.< : ; 5 2 1 11 Everybody loves a Falcon its
Parsons0'*' 0 4 0 0 2 17 4 9 just-right-for-parking size its

big,6-people comfort. its sensible Ii i B

11 22 10 32 saving ways!That's why over 525,000

More Liberal proud owners have made Falcon YALEIiTinE:

Friday, January-27, the boys America's best-selling compact.That's

and girls will play at Oviedo. Medical Expense why we Ford Dealersarenowableto .

31, boys and offer a Falcon Wagon Valentine Special
Tuesday, January
Deaf and Blind. Deductions AllowedForm at a price you can't afford to miss, ; }
girls at Florida
.Qp.Q.Ev'f l .cQ .AQ Q.lQ.!
with really big trade-in allowances. S : '; .

Bulldogs Tennis Squad 2948, the new Federaltax Come on in soon.Get the sweetest deal = : : ; :: ':;:':.. :
schedule to aid taxpayers in ever on our Falcon Valentine Special. ; : :
10 Years Ago -
computing the more liberal medical I'
Marie Moody, Sally Bowden, I II
deductions theyare
June Rodgers, Dolores Novak, expense
I i
entitled to if they, their \ \
Marie DeLazzaro, Pat Deen,
wives, or their dependent par I ''' SAVINGESTSINEETHEAR'1'
Glenda Atkinson, Charles Turner I
ents :are 56 or over, is now avail- \
I
Robert Moody, Bill Cummins, I '
Service
able at Internal Revenue
Dickie Mercer. Coach, Mrs. Gail I of them all ''%
offices.
Stewart. Laurie W. Tomlinson, district I

BUNNELL J.V. WIN NO. 3 I director of the Jacksonville dis R .,. ti .

trict, said a new law, passed .
The Bunnell J.V. won their last year, provides that the de
third straight game and seventh II
duction for medical expenses in '

of the season Tuesday night by curred for a dependent parent 65 I s. .,., .. .:.. ... :,. ,.., .. I II II II II
defeating Taylor 46 to 26. The .... ......
be reduced by .... .
Bulldogs broke loose with a big or over will not in ...wcwriRY". :.. ..,.irft.: :::aihtl: :vrrrn: %a :S..'Y,.:.N.Y.: K : Na?+a xp rfI irff'{% %.:,ry;. ::.H,,:.
3 per cent of adjusted gross II
third quarter for 17 points. Lon-
come, as in the past.
nie Bratcher had 14 points with if
However, as in prior years, .
8. For Taylor, I
Jimmy Lopez either the taxpayer or his wife

Jones was tops with 10. Miles has reached age 65 before the
had 7.Jimmy. I FALCON SHOWN WITH WHITE SIDEWALL
close of the tax year, the medi TIRES OPTIONAL AT EXTRA COST
Lopez's 8 points gives cal expenses of both can be deducted I

----- I without being subject to I

I reduction by 3 per cent of adjusted I YOU'LL GET ALL THESE FALCON WAGON EXTRAS NOW ONLY

I gross income, he added. AT NO EXTRA COST! Up to 30 thrifty miles per

BunnellTheatre, lIe said the new Form 2948 I gallon-4,000-mile oil changes-loadspace over

will clarify instructions covering, 7 feet long with tailgate shut-foam-padded $$5500 .

these deductions which will accompany front and rear seats-convenient: roll-down tail-
Jan. 27-28 Fri. & Sat. '
I Forms 1040 and 1040W gate window-tough all- inyl interior-no-wax

THE TINGLER being mailed to taxpayers. I Diamond Lustre Finish and many more. Make OFFER FEB 14After ENDS

Mr. Tomlinson said most tax I it a date.Bring the whole family.Bet you'll start
,
Starring includingttalt
unoll down poymtnf
payers are not affected by these /'going steady" with America new sweetheart and local lain and financing.AMERICA'S _
Vincent Price end Judith special provisions and may con I -Falcon. '

Evelyn their medical -
tinue to compute

expenses deductions on the reg I : CARl .

Jan. 29-30. Sun. & Mon. ular Form 1040 or 1040W as FALCON;.o.Q.Q.Q.Q.Q.O.Q.Q.Q.MOST-IOVED COMPACT
F.D.A.F.
they have done in the past. I -
GIRL IN THE NIGHT
additional
Taxpayers may get i

Starring information or assistance with

Anne Francis and Lloyd more complex situations by I Bunnell Motor Company

Nolan I telephoning or visiting the IRS

office at Daytona Beach, CL''I)
24319. If V u're Interested in an Tv. > Used Car Be, Sure to See Your Ford Dealer
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