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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: February 2, 1961
Publication Date: -1981
Frequency: weekly
regular
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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 )
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Dates or Sequential Designation: Began in 1917?
Dates or Sequential Designation: -69th year, no. 36 (Sept. 3, 1981).
General Note: Mrs. M.B. Fuller, editor.
General Note: Description based on: Vol. 43, no. 20 (June 2, 1955).
Funding: Funded by NEH in support of the National Digital Newspaper Project (NDNP), NEH Award Number: PJ-50006-05
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Preceded by: St. Johns tribune
Succeeded by: Palm Coast news
Succeeded by: Flagler/Palm Coast news-tribune

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VOLUME 49, NO. 4 BUNNELL, FLORIDA THURSDAY, FEB. 2, 1961 $2.50 A YEAR

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4-H's Awarded SHERIFF FLORIDA CITES STATUTE j I Biinnell P.-T.A. I LARRY ON LEAVE SMITH HERE IS Blood Drawing


Prize RibbonsAt concerning Complying with public Florida buildings laws Next Meeting Is I pleted Larry

District ShowFive Sheriff attention Homer of all Brooks concerned is calling to the of']1' Set for February 91 I Great, is Lakes spending MachinistmateSchool a leave here Civic Center

Florida Statutes
following with his mother and other relatives -.
Flagler County 4-H Club 1959: t The Bunnell Parent-Teacher I The blood bank committeemet
members exhibited cattle at the Chapter 823.06. Doors of Pub- Association's next meeting will He will go from here to New Wednesday night at the
District Five 4-H Show in Jack- lic Buildings to Open Outward: be held in the school cafeteria port, R. L, where he will attenda court house with D. D. Moody,
sonville last Friday and Satur All buildings erected in this Thursday evening, February 9, pre-commissioning school for chairman. They voted to move
day. Those showing cattle were state for theatrical, operatic or at 8 o'clock, Publicity Chairman eight weeks. He will then go to the place of drawing from the
Levi Brannam, Jr., who receiveda t''other public entertainments of Myrna Knight said.Representative Philadelphia, Pa., for about local hospital to the civic centeron
blue ribbon award, :Martin I whatsoever kind shall be so Fred Karl of.eight months training. a trial basis because of annoyance
Tucker, Dan Cody, Sue McMil constructed that the shutters to Daytona Beach will be guest According to present plans, he to the patients and
.' lan, all. were awarded red rib. all entrances to said building speaker whose'ubject will be will be stationed at Mayport, need for a larger working area.
0 bons. shall open outwardly and be so "To Know School Law and the The committee'appreciates
Florida, some time next Novem
Thirty club members and arranged as to readily allow Effect Upon Our Children." ber. Larry was a member of very much the wonderful cooperation -
parents attended the show on any person inside said buildingto The executive board met I the Bunnell High School graduating and assistance givento
Saturday, traveling to Jacksonville escape therefrom in case of Thursday night in the school class last June. the program by Dr. Canakaris,
on a school bus throughthe fire or other accident. Any own building. A full report on the i I Dr. Cross and the hospital staff.
courtesy of the Flagler er, manager, lessee, or other per- concession at football games The committee voted to havea
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County School Board. son having charge of any pub. I was made by ,committee memo Mrs. Nora Negro blood drawing Friday,
Martin Tucker and Sue Mc lic building for the use expressed bers. Mrs.: Becky Clegg asked Lynn February 3 (tomorrow), from 4
:Millan were finalists in the herein who fails to com all teachers to make suggestionson P. M. to 7 P. M. The committee
Junior Showmanship contest. ply with the provisions of this ways for the money to be Passes Away In requests the cooperation of employers
Martin will receive a third place section shall be punished by spent at school .for benefit of the of the colored people.
for his All imprisonment not exceeding The next White drawing will
pin showing. Flag- children. A committee will select Ormond Beach
ler county exhibitors will receive -, three years in the state prison. the project from these sug be Wednesday, February 15, at
blue awards for the herds. gestions.The l Mrs. Nora Lynn, mother of the civic center. This is a com-
man's contest. Senior Citizens public is invited to attend Roscoe Lynn of Bunnell, passed munity responsibility. It is up
Mrs. W. L. McMillan, Mr. and and all members and parents away in a Daytona Beach hOSe I. to thewhole county to keep the
Mrs. Dick Cody, Mr. and Mrs. Housing Project at I are urged to attend the meeting pital Saturday afternoon. She blood supply coming in. Bloodis
Leslie Tucker, and Raymond was 83 years of age. something you cannot buyit -
on Thursday, February 9.
Smith accompanied the delegation Beach Encouraged l I :Mrs. Lynn was a member of has to be given, the committeesaid.

to the show Saturday. Motel-type permanent housing the Methodist Church. She was .
born in Pollard Alabama The persons donating blood
the including and
units for elderly,
Mrs. Verle nursing homes, which Mrs. Pal Funds RequestedFor had resided in Florida about 50 January 18 were: Peggy King,
Pope Parker asked the Flagler Beach years. Frances Edmonson, Harold Hoff,
Woman's Club to sponsor is She is survived by a daughter, Bernie Hirschi, Eugene Pache,
Passed Away meeting with excellent results. DevelopmentOf Mrs. Catherine Carmichael, of Norman Kurtz, Wilfred Hunter,
She said a majority of the club Ormond Beach; four sons, Roscoe Harold Higginbotham, Carlton
T uesdayMorning I'members have expressed favorable Lynn of Bunnell; Luther Jones, Martin" Harding and Rose
and enthusiastic' comment, .Flagler Parki Lynn' Miami; R. G. and BruceL. Pearce.
Pop Lynn, both of Jacksonville; Those wlto presented themselves .
:Mrs. Edith ; wife of State asking many questions concern i
Senator Verle A. Pope of St. ing details and obligations.A The Florida Board of Parks two sisters, Mrs. Mary Lynn of as donors were Gwen Mc-
Augustine, passed away Tuesday 2 per cent operating capital and Historic :Memorials has. Milton, Florida; and Mrs. Cora Griff, Ruby Jarosz, Dale Brown,
morning in a St. Augustine must be available, but the asked the 1961 legislature for an Cobb of Jay, Florida. Eight j Charles Smigielski, Curtis Rod.
hospital follwing a lengthy ill. I'club will not assume any fin appropriation of $128,000 for grandchildren and several great I gers, Naomi, Rodgers, and Shir-
ness. : ancial obligation or physical responsibility Flagler Beach State Park for the grandchildren also survive. ley Chambers.
I She was a lifelong resident of for building of the coming biennium, Walter A. Funeral services were held
St. Augustine and was well project. Coldwell, Park Service Director, from the First Methodist Churchof
known for her literary talents, "After the Kennedy Administration said today. Bunnell at 3 o'clock Tuesday Commission Seats
having written a number of appointees take over 'and Among the major items included afternoon with the pastor, Rev.
novels with a Florida setting, get organized, great strides will in the request were picnic W. L. Spicer, Jr., officiating. Interment To Be Filled Here
including "Colcorton," a best be made in the senior citizens facilities, picnic area restrooms followed atthe Espanola
seller. housing Wm. A. James, director camping area; and combination Cemetery. In March 7 ElectionTwo I
She was graduated from Florida of the SCHA stated in a recent pavilion and restrooms. Pallbearers were Homer Brooks, city commission seats I
State College for Women letter to Mrs. Parker. Mr. This request is part of a total Duane Deen, John Thatcher, J. will be up for selection in the !
with an AB degree in 1928. She James is planning to make his I capital outlay appropriation F. Gresham, Rodgers Turner, March 7th city election, accord- I
also was a graduate of Bryn i next trip to Florida soon, he of $3,642,350 being sought by Harold Higginbotham Ralph ing to a legal advertisement in i iI
Mawr, Pa., and received her wrote, and Mrs. Parker hopes to I the Board. Coldwell said that Harbert, and D. D. Moody. this issue of The Tribune. !
masters degree from Columbia I I have him talk to the Woman's I attendance totals have increased I Seats up for election this yearare !
University in 1930. She was a \Club and other interested perSons tremendously in recent years, those now held by Levi
member of the American Pen I' of the officers while have I
as some sug appropriations remained WICKINE ATTENDSJACKSONVILLE Brannam, Sr., and Jack Clegg.
Women and a member of Trinity gested. very low. He said the I MEET Holdovers will be Harry Atkinson -
Episcopal Church. She was 55'I. The White House Conference supply of needed facilities to accommodate C. B. Eisenbach, and Alex
years of age. I on Aging went on record at its I this increase in public George Wickline was in Jacksonville .I McKenzie. !
She was the daughter of the I January meeting by saying ''Thesocial use has fallen far behind Tuesday for a meeting'. The registration books for the ,
late Senator and Mrs. A. M. Tay security mechanism the demand and this request is of the board of directors of the city election are now open at '
lor. should be the basic means of an attempt to"meet existing de State Association of County the city clerk's office and will I
Mrs Pope was a prolific writer -i financing health care for the mands. Commissioners and the State remain open until February 24. I
from her childhood. She i aged. Attendance during the period Board of Health. I Candidates for the two offices
wrote during her boarding school "Every area in Florida that is from June, 1957 to June, 1960 The subject of the meeting'','i also may qualify up to the same
days and her father publisheda actively striving to get projects increased from 2,768,000 to more was the Medical and Health date.
vanity column of poetry for built," Mrs. Parker said, "knows than 3,195,000 and the numberof Care for the Indigent Aged. The'
her in her teens. Her first important that such will prosper every overnight campers has jumped program .included plans and ,'
novel was written dur- man, woman and child with an from 89,500 to 224,000. proposals to be presented to the GEORGE WICKLINEIN
ing the time she spent in Biloxi increased per capita income The request included improve legislative session in April. MAYOR'S RACE
Miss. while her husbandwas from greater services required, ments for 34 of the 53 parks AT FLAGLER BEACH
in military service. and market increase demand. and memorials administered by Recital ScheduledFor
Her other works include "Riv I "A profit expectant corporationcan I the board. George Wickline has qualifiedfor
er in the Wind a novel dealing ," :Mrs. Parker continued, I I Music PupilsLocal the post of mayor of Flagler
with the Seminole \Var; "Old I"sponsor this development simply Beach. He will run in the city
Lady Estroy," and "Half Holi- by making available 12 per FLAGLER BEACH pupils of Donald Ruble. election of March 7. He Is the
day." She also authoried a cent. The Federal Governmentwill of Daytona Beach will give a recital first to qualify in ,the election.
NEWSTwo
number of children's books, including finance from 90 to 100 per SCHOOL here February 6 at the Offices to be filled in the com
"Biggoty Chameleon." cent of total cost. This does not grades of the Flagler First Methodist Church. I ing election are mayor and three
In addition to her husband, obligate any individuals. The Beach elementary school observed The recital will be at 7:30 and : commissioners.Mr. .
she is survived by a daughter, community that creates a friendly -, an interesting film titled the public is invited to attend. Wickline has served as
Mrs. Richard E. Watson of Ft. atmosphere and makes these African Pigmies, Thursday, January Local pupils who will par City: Commissioner several
Lauderdale. elder citizens feel they are 26. Mrs. Annette Fennell's ticipate in the recital are: Kent terms in the past. He also has
Funeral services will be held wanted; who can become a partof fourth grade and Mr. W. E. Fen Holland, Ray Smith, Becky Rob served as a member of the
Thursday from the Trinity Epis- the life, love, activities, and nell's sixth grade had Rev. and erson, Kirk Robertson, Greg Rob Board of County Commissioners
I copal Church at 11 o'clock. The recreation of the area, is the Mrs. Reynold Hoover, from the ertson, David Brown, Heidi r for the past 16 years. He is alsoa
Rev. Charles M. Seymore, Jr., place these wise and experienced Methodist Church, as their Eisenbach, and Nell Johnston. director of the State Association
rector, will officiate. Intermentwill business retirees will choose," guests to view the film. Three pupils from Daytona of County Commissioners.
be in Evergreen Cemetery. Mrs. Parker said. Both grades are studying Beach are also on the program. )I Officials whose terms expire
Friends may call at the chapel No organization, religiousor about Africa in social studies, I They are: Peggy Ross, who is'I this year are Tom Duncan K.N.
of Craig Funeral Home in St. civic order is connected withthis an dthe use of films prove to an organ pupil, and Gwynnett'I Givens and Johnny Seale, com
Augustine until the time of the project, Mrs. Parker con I be both helpful to the teachersand I Hilburn and Patsy Surrency, ,missioner and R. L. McNab,
services. cluded. impressive to the students. who are voice pupils. I mayor.

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PAGE SIX THE FLAGLER TRIBUNE, BUNNELL, FLORIDA Thursday
.. Feb. 2, 1961 ,
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.,. ..".'/. .tj .; .i : f/ .. XOTICE .I,
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Continued 4. ,
trom Paso "E
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.0#>0 Tuesday the 7th day of March. \,
HEW RESIDENTS A. D. 1961 for the purpose of elect II
ing two City Commissioners and
Recent :arrivals are Mr. and I all persons desiring to have their
Mrs. Harold H. (Bud) Burnham I ? names printed upon the official \
; ballots as candidates are required
who are house guests of his par to flle written notice of their intention
I to be candidates in the
ents, Mr. and Mrs. Harold Burn- I of the City Clerk on or before office

ham. The new family plans to I i the 1961.24th day of February. A. D., ,

build on their property on Flag- I Notice is further given that the '
/ I registration books of the City of
ler Ave. between 22nd and 23rd
Bunnell. Florida are now open for
Sts., and become permanent I registration of voters to and Including
the 24th day. till 12 Noon
residents. of February A. D. 1961.

Having spent the last 10 years NANCY C RODGERS

in construction in Iceland, Turkey City Clerk
Feb 291634tc
Iraq and Iran they feel that
Flagler Beach offers the ideal -X TI.E OF INTENTION TO AP
I I"L'Olt ENACTMENT OF SPECIAL
living conditions they desire. LEGISLATION CONCERN IMSFLiGLUii
roi"XTV. FLOUIU*.
Mr. Burnham was a construction II NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN
equipment specialist and Mrs. I' that the undersigned will apply to
the Florida Legislature at its 1961
Burnham has been employed as Session for passage of certain special
records administrator with I legislation which special legislation
a the
I' shill have for its purpose
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United States Government. I the following:
I Fixing the minimum compensation
I of the County Tax Assessor
of Flagler County Florida, for
Mr. and Xfrs.VaIter Bennett
I I assessing{ taxes on the property of i iI
have had as house guests Warren Flagler County, and repealing all I
\ laws or puts of laws in conflict
Grimes and Robert Collins therewith.I .

from their home town of Brookfield j 1 I. llfil Dated. this 31st day of January.

Mass for the last week. | SIGNED: D D MOODY.
''Feb. :2 Itc
The boys were going this week I --u.- _

to Fort Pierce to spend a week. 1! iv Tin: riuci'IT corirr OF THE
I SEVENTH: niriAL CIRCUIT
IN AMI POll FLIGLEH ( (H'V-
George Wickline was a business 1, T\", PIOIUU.IX CII.\X C I':IIXO. \".
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visitor to Jacksonville Tues I V. Vasconcellos

day. He 'attended a State Welfare Plaintiff,

Board meeting. GiVE THE FOLKS BACK HOME A LIFT I Betty Louise vs.Vasconcellos Defendant.


Charles Northrip stopped by NOTICE PI'IILIOATIOV
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TO' Betty Louise Vasconcellos
for the day Friday on his return Address Unknown
to Gainesville from Cocoa. WITH A "MADE-N-FinRIDA"! GIFT I that YOU A ARE Complaint HEREBY for Annulment NOTIFIED

has been filed against you and you
I are hereby required to serve a
Mrs. Mittie McKinnon and copy of >our Answer to the Complaint
Mrs. Cheer 'em with a bit of Florida "sunshine" I on Plaintiffs attorney Du-
V. W. Haines visited with up dumenlic: Florida niado gifts and VAL and TAYLOR, whose address

Mrs. Agnes Lee, Mr. and Mrs. souvenirs. They'll love you for it! Choose from an endless variety of products is 5050: N W 7th Avenue. Miami.
Florida and WILLIAM L. WADSWORTH. -
Wm. V. Moore in Daytona, and some 7500 in all-made, grown, and processed in the Sunshine State. Electricity Bunnell. }
'" Mr. and Mrs. Peter Schreber of I another npde-in-Florida product, plays a vital role in their manufacture office the original of the of Clerk the Answer of the Circuit In the I

Ormond Beach last Monday. and Florida Power & Light Company is proud of.its partnership with progres- of Court February.on or before 1961. If the yoU 20th fail day to

live. Florida industry! I do so. judgment by default will
Rats, flying mammals which be taken against you for the relief

suckle their young, are plentiful \S. For yourself, why not choose the best made-in-Florida gift of all: a Florida .I Annulment.demanded in the Complaint for

in the old Indian caves beloved jture? We'll do everything in our power to make your Florida living easier and DATED, 1961. this 13th day of January

by spelunkers in Florida jppier electrically! (Seal) RALPH E. HARBERT
... I .! Clerk of the Circuit Court
Caverns State Park Marl- 1
near 4- DuVAL and TAYLOR
anna More conservative visitors FLORIDA POWER & LIGHT <-,' t.' r v 5050 Miami.N. W Florida 7th Avenue

prefer the beautiful lighted Htlping Build Florida WILLIAM L. WADSWORTHBunnell.
Florida
caves of the guided tours. I Attorneys for Plaintiff
.Jan 19-26 & Feb. 2-9-4tc _


" .... Were]1ft; ;:[1: : :j: r :} i I R!!! t;:::r?:); :: :;; ;.}:i : ? :?:?:: :;: :r :::::::::: :}: :: *v i: i1.jj! i.!.p.!llr rf! !J1ff! !I I I!II1t! ;; ,t1 1.qi.. ;. 11j1j!!1 ..;.j IW1.. 1.j 1 [11j1 !::1![!.I'j I 1Ii. the NOTICE Board of IS County HEREBY XOTICI'Commissioners GIVEN that

;come bigger 'potato.." profits! "," ; will receive sealed bids on the 6th
: /"FW} < j j1 } day of February. A. D. 1961 at the
; ; hour of 9:00 o'clock A. 11. In the

Il; t c. : : I. Court office House in of for the the the Flagler Clerk following of County the: Circuit Court

One (1) new Tandem Drive Motor
Grader complete with steel
:::: cab with safety glass and equip
ped as follows:
f'I
Full Diesel Motor approximately
100 horsepower but not less
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than 85 horsepower with electric
starting system or equivalant
I thereof
f 12 foot moldboard.
i Scarifier complete with teeth.
Tires 13:00x24, 12 ply front and
I rear.
Prices to include trade in of one
I! Adams 440 motor grader which
I may b*> seen at Flagler County
I Yard Bunnell Florida )
The Board reserves the right to
reject any ond all bids
I DATED at Bunnell. Florida this
i J 10th day of January. A. D. 1961.
" ALFRED R. TUCKER

'I ATTEST OFFICIAL: SEAL Chairman

RALPH E HARBERTrJerk.
Board County Commlaissioners -
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v-x -iteid8jr.4ifeJ iiB dr.v Flagler County
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When sprayed on your potatoes, "Manzate" clings to leaves, resists washing off. You get long-lasting protection against blight. Jan. 12-19-26 Florida & Feb. 2--4tciv

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FOIl ST. JOHN* COIT>TY, FLOIU11 -
Du Pont ftianzate to control
Spray blights I JEFFERSON,% SHOE>0. 5G7O COMPANY

maneb fungicide Plaintiff

assure top yields of No. I's SAM-vs-, LOVUOLO and EDITH R. 1
LOVUOLO.House d/b/a Sam'e Bargain

Defendants
One-chemical blight control-a spray program with "Manzate" JSOTICE<' !SHERIFF'S i SALE
maneb fungicide controls both early and late blights. Notice is hereby given that I,
Homer W. Brooks. Sheriff of Flag
Better yields, quality and profits"Manzate" helps boost yields as ler County, Florida under and by

much as 40 bushels per acre gives you more |l's, and naturally virture heretofore of issued a writ out of of the Execution above

increases profits, as proved by growers in all major producing areas. entitled court in the above styled
I cause have levied upon the following
Safe to use-"Manzate"is tough on disease,mild on plants.It can be described property to-wit:

used on potatoes right up to harvest time...won't stunt plant growth. clothing All merchandise and "oo s. consisting of

Saves time and money-"Manzate" is a wettable powder, ready to 1. All .furniture fixtures and equipment

mix wherever there's water. It is compatible with most insecticides I as the property of the above named

and fertilizers so you save money with efficient combination sprays. I day defendants of :March and A. that:D 1961.on between the 6th

the legal hours of sale, namely.
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Saves troubreIanzate" has been thoroughly proved over the eleven o'clock in the forenoon and
years-you know you can depend on it for top disease control, easy I two o'clock in the afternoon on
said day. In th" store room of thIdelson >
handling. I Building on corner of
Moodv Blvd and State Street. Bun
On all chemicals,follow labeling instructions and learnings carefully. I nell. Florida. I will offer for sale
and sell to the highest bidder for
cash in hand the above property
I as the property of said defendants
< MANZATE to satfsfv said execution.
mJ POR HOMER W. BROOKS

Each acre you spray with "Manzate" can I herlff Florida of Flagler County

yield bushels more of il's like these. Field -ail..,....U'L maneb fungicide H.. T. Cook *
applications of"Manzate" protect your crops BETUX THINGS FOR BfTTK lIVING Bunnell. Florida .
from late blight tuber rot, too. ...1HKXJGH CHEMISTRY _,_ ;y. I Attorney for Plaintiff
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Thursday, ,Feb. '2, 1961 THE FLAGLER TRIBUNE, BUNNELL, FLORIDA PAGE SEVEN


Ida State University in Talla Massachusetts: Institute- of Technology pital.A of atoms. Some elements are naturally -

I. a hassee, is spending the holidayshere is on a concert tour. ofEastern special thanks to Dr. Ca- radioactive others be-
t. with her grandmother. Canada with the MIT nakaris and his entire staff for come radioactive after they are

Daisy Buckles. concert band between semesters. their efficient, kind and court- f bombarded with such particles. i iI

(Continued from page 5) I i I I eous attention. I .- .. ..
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Mrs. Maude Holland is spending CARD OF THANKS i Ludy Brooks. I .
Visiting with Mr. and Mrs.L. '
i, O. F. ALFORD
two weeks in Jacksonvillewith May I take this means to express -I i
M. Barrs for two weeks is I Registered
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her son in law and daughter my gratitude and sincere :
Mrs. Ethel Goodson of Stanley
North Carolina. Mr. and Mrs. George Geibert. thanks to my friends for their I RADIATION Radiation or RADIOACTIVITY radioactivity is I: Real >>;tateBroker I I
I i prayers visits, cards: and flow-
I Michael Parker a student at'' in the hos- I the emission of very fast atomic : Bunnell Florida
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: SURPRISE- ". Clarence BIRTHDAYMrs. Shultz had a -- \1


:c :lfager Beach surprise on Thursday morning i} To My Fellow Citizens .' #!
by a few of her friends. It was ,
her birthday and Mrs. Inez

.. LUNA BABBITT Crenshaw, Mrs. R. N. Hoover, Of Flagler Beach: I

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Telephone HEmlock 9-2038 Mrs. A. K. Dally and Mrs. Margaret -
I Chaffee called on her dur-

FLAGLER BEACH METHODIST WOMAN'S CLUB NEWS I ing the morning and had a lit- I hereby announce myself as a candi-- !
CHURCH NEWS tle informal party. They presented -

Rev. Reynold Hoover, minister. speaker Dr. John at Canakaris the meeting was of guest theWoman's j her with fancy rolls to I date for Mayor in the coming election !

Sunday Feb. 5, 1961-9:30 A.M. j!be served .with coffee and alsoa

Sunday school; 10:30: A.M. last week.Club He spoke Wednesday on heart of pretty birthday cake. I March 7th. Will certainly appreciate !
Church service 11:30 A.M. Bible
: I
attacks and the dread of cancer.
Study Class. Following the Bible Servicemen from Jacksonvilleto vote and
The business meeting of the your support. ;
study class there will be a spend the weekend with Mr.
club was presided over by the I ti.
and Mrs. Robert Schatz were
church dinner.
fellowship Please Respectfully
vice president, Mrs. Earl Thiel. .
i. ;
bring a covered dish to share. Ben Benson, Dave Snyder, Rus-
Following the address of Dr.
Coffee and rolls will be furnish. sell Yates and their son Douglas GEO. WICKLINE
Canakaris a question and an.
ed. The official board will meet swer period was held. ,Mrs. Schatz. I j
after the dinner. All meetingsare Continued on page 6)) j
|I'Clarence Shultz sang "You Never I
held in the Woman's Club Walk Alone." She was accompanied -
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building. j I by Mrs. Ray Lehr at the y2t V

FIRST BAPTIST CHURCH NOTES I organ. | 1961 1 I SO FREE
j Mrs. Thiel said the next proj j TOP VALUE STAMPS*
The Winsome Class of the
gram meeting will be on ,' i at SHELTON'S SUPER MARKETwith '
Baptist Church is planning a
22, and H. T. Cook will be S5.00 food order I
ary
i or more and this coupon
Chicken Supper in the church S3IH3DOHO HOH Ana
guest speaker and will use as Limit one to a family i
basement for the Pastorium I
his topic "Wills." Hostesses will J.S38 HnOA SI SNOX13HS NMOd3aiSdn '
building fund on Tuesday, Feb- i NAME

ruary 14, from 5 to 7 P.M. Tickets Keith be Mrs.Lovell Charles, and Bondy Mrs., Mrs.Ray HO an 3dis J.HOIH JLI JLV ADDRESS _____I

members.are being sold now by the Lehr. I I Noon HOA MOH H3JJ.VN ON J This Coupon Expires Feb. 4, 1961 tAll

Attending the meeting were
Two study courses are being
24 members and the following I Vegetable Shortening New Fast Action
conducted this month. Rev. Millard (
guests: Mrs. Lottie Steel, Mrs.
Brock, the pastor, is teach- I FAB 25c'
Mamie Malisch, Mrs. Lettie ,
large size
ing one on Corinthians and the I
other is being taught by Judson Land, Mrs. Percy Gooding, :Mrs.C. CRISCO I Limit 2 Please I
W. Grafton and Mrs. Helen t
Stryker, choir director, on Kruger. Chef-Boy-Ar-Dee.
"Music In Worship."
Hostesses for the afternoonwere PIZZA MIX & SAUSAGE 59'Kraft's 1

COMMUNITY MEMORIAL Mrs. Tom Holden, Mrs. H. 3lb :;
CHURCH ANNOUNCEMENTThe T. Cook and Mrs. E. H. Thread- 59

ladies of the Community gill. The latter two being un- '
MIRACLE
WHIP 49'
Memorial Church Guild will abl e to attend, Mrs. Harold can
quart
serve a covered dish supper at Massie, Mrs. Philip Kester and Limit one with $5.00 or more Del Monte
6 P.M. Thursday evening in Mrs. Clarence Shultz assisted
food order
. their new fellowship hall. Rev. Mrs. Holden in serving. PEACHES 23c
.4
R. W. Dickert will lead a short The Evening of Mirth Min 303 can

devotional service between the strel," held at the school house LePage's Cellophane
supper and the business meeting last Friday evening, proved to Chase & SanbornCOFFEE

which will conclude the be most hilarious. and many re. TH.RIFTAPE 1,000' roll 29cSoflin

evening's activities. quests have been made to re- .. ,
peat, it in a couple of weeks, 80 count .

Your home so anyone that had tickets and PAPER NAPKINS 2 T
won't bea for25C
couldn't attend, hold on to them. I 11b
The club wishes to thank :Mr.
sniffle factory Theodore Weber who directed it Monogram 3 lb. cello can 49

and all those who helped makeit LONG GRAIN RICE 29

.. this winter. so enjoyable. \ Limit one with $5.00 or more
February 8, beginning at 2 Limit Please food order
P.M. at the club house, the
business meeting will be held.
Following the business session I Farm Fresh Produce I I FROZEN FOODSFresh I

r there will be a program on

"Safety," and a guest speakerwill Select Seald Sweet 12 oz. Can

Clay will be present.be hostess.Mrs. Bennie I KY WONDER BEANS tb 19c ORANGE JUICE 2 for 79C


Georgia Selected Birds Eye 10 oz. pkg.
Thursday, Feb. 9-The Wom
an's Society of Christian Serviceis SWEET POTATOES 2 lbs 25c BLACKEYE PEAS 2 for 49c

scheduled to have a regular Sweet Small Downy FlakePANCAKES i
meeting at 9:30 A.M. at the
BAG APPLES 4 Ib bag 49c pkg19c
home of Mrs. Clarence Shultz

. .if install and :Mrs. Fred Marks will be
you
hostess. co-I j TABLE-RITE MEATS I
, Thursday, Feb. 9-choir
:. hearsal will be held at 7 P.M. .
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The Smorgasbord set for Fri. Grade "A" Dressed & Drawn Whole
day, February 10, from 5'to 7
' i ot .war
r P.M. at the Woman's Club
' building is to be an annual FRYERS 33
GAS HEAT now! fair of the Woman's Society af-I Ib

Avoid the cold weather irv- Christian Service. Choice Cuts Grade"A" Beef
Main dishes will include baked -
" stallation rush; let us equip 25 FREE
t"" fish, roast turkey, baked I CHUCK ROAST 55C "
'; your home with a "Pyrofax" ham, Swedish meat balls and TOP VALUE STAMPS tb

gas-operated automatic heat- saugsage, and cold cuts. There with the purchase of
: ing unit now to enjoy healthful will also be a wide variety of Hellmann's SHOULDER ROAST tb59c

vegetables and salads. MAYONNAISE Pt. 37c
; even warmth throughout
f' This void Feb. 4 1961 All Pork Endless Link
-. your house-all winter long. coupon ,
Friends of Mrs. Olive Kolhass
$
SMOKED SAUSAGEWorld's 2 J19Ibs
. Estimates cheerfully given former resident here, are plan. I

F without charge. ning to attend a ceramic demon I 25 FREE .
" Phone today. stration she will give at the Best .

I South Daytona Garden Club on TOP VALUE STAMPS HAMBURGER 3 $129
f Gas Engineering Co. !Thursday February 9. Mrs. Mary I I with the purchase of Ibs

{Novick from here will asssist Borden's Small LeanPORK
603 N. Beach St. I her in the demonstration. 1Irs.I INSTANT POTATOES .

I Daytona Beach, Florida II I Kolhass has reopened her ceramic This coupon void Feb. 4, 1961 HAMS 57'
1/2 Whole Ib
., 39l/2 Cordova St. I studio there. or
: St. Augustine, Florida
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Feb.' 2 1961 THE FLAGLER TRIBUNE, BUNNELL. FLORIDA PAGE FIVE
Thursday, x
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WSCS MEETS WEDNESDAY

AT METHODIST CHURCH
The Woman's Society of Chris BARBEQUE CHICKENS AND

8e tian Service met in the Educa- SPARE RIBS DAILY. VERY DELICIOUS

tional Building of the Methodist .
Church Wednesday morning for ---- I
LOCALJc
e a program and business meet "I I MEAT DEPARTMENT I

I I IMILLERDA ing. Twenty members were I IJ i I

I present. Swift Premium or U. S. Good Beef I

VIS i I Sixth Grade Visits Taking part on the programwere

Mr. and Mrs. D. D. Miller of The Tribune OfficeMrs. Mrs. Ray Mercer, Mrs. W. RIB STEAK ,790
Bunnell announce the engagement I L. Spicer, Jr., and Mrs. Cordell I
Edward Brunks sixth Robertson.Mrs. .
I and apprdaching marriage I
of their daughter, Betsy Viola I grade, of the Bunnell school, I W. W. Deen presided at RIB ROAST tblb 7ge
I visited Tribune office Thurs-
Miller, to Clarence Dale David I II The the business meeting. She an I
I: of Tulsa, Oklahoma. I day afternoon on a field trip, nounced the "World of Prayer"
i The wedding is planned for and were instructed on the program will be at the churchon Boneless I

I February 11, 1961, at the Johnson method of printing the paper. February 17 at 9:30. The pub-
Students making the trip were SIRLOIN STEAK 8ge I
t Memorial Chapel at Marine-: lic is invited to attend. Ib i
Dozier, Walton Cowart,
Mike Members were also invited to

, land. Dan Cody, Jimmy Harbert, I:attend the district meeting in I .

f Mrs. Don Kane of Jacksonville James Bratcher, Nat Spicer, John i Gainesville on March 2 at 9:30.: SIRLOIN ROAST 8ge
I, visited here with Mrs. Jennie Johnston, Jack Sparkman, Til- I Plans were made to have (a
Black a short time Tuesday. man Robinson, Frank Gordon, benefit supper in the educational -
King, Viki Hein, Delores Western Corn Fed Pork Center Cut
Vicky building at the church on
r
\ Deen, Tela Thompson, Linda March 7. They will be serving
PORK CHOPS
Skolar, Barbara Pache. Ann Hu- from 5:30 to 7:30. ft 690

gas, Ann Bourne, Julie Wilkins, Hostesses for the meeting -
o.a Betty Dunson, Shirley Town- Wednesday morning were Mrs.

send, Lor a Durrance, Kathy W. L. Spicer, Jr., and Mrs. Allen SHOULDER ROAST Ib 29c I
I Carol Ford, Rebecca Robertson I
Emery, Reynolds. A Valentine theme II
( i I and Catherine Stanish. was carried out. I
I Armours Campfire Cello SLICED
( I !
!i Mrs. Daisy Moody is a patient MRS. GEIBERT HONORED I BACON
: in the Halifax hospital where I AT BIRTHDAY DINNER 490 I

I;she is receiving medical treat- Mrs. George Geibert of Jack-I I
4 1t ment. sonville was honored' Herman's ALL MEAT I
I I I a birthday dinner on Sunday at i i
$
Guests of Mr. and Mrs. L. M. the home of Mrs. Maude Hol FRANKS 3 Ibs IO

( I I Barrs several days last week land.
were Mr. and Mrs. Dean Oxidine Those attending were Mr. and
Mrs. Hoke Cobb, Dalton Cobb, FROZEN FOODS I
I of Charlotte, N. C. They were
II Ii honeymooning in Florida for Mr. and Mrs. Dean Holland and' Birdseye 4 oz. FRENCH FRIED I
i C w.p.aq r I.two weeks, visiting points of interest sons, Cary and Kent, Z. G. Holland I
I TOO MANY PEOPLE Jr.,Mr. and Mrs. Travis ONION RINGS 25
ARE CRUSHED BY THE + Chambers, I

WEIGHT OF THEIR OWNDIGNITY. Mr. and Mrs. John Rodgersand ,\ .
I ./ Birdseye 12 oz.FLOUNDER. j jI
Daphne, Mr. and Mrs. Cor- I
o} Bunnell Theatre dell Robertson and sons Boyd I FILLETS 4c

and Greg, all of Bunnell; 1
We're pretty proud of the expert l\tr.1
I and Mrs. Dave Cowan and 12
oz.
service and repair work
I. j Fri. & Sat. Feb. 3.4 dren, Kim, Davy and Douglas, I Iof PER
do for Drive
we car owners.
Orlando; Mr. and Mrs. Gales FILLETS !
j in now...our complete check EDGE OF ETERNITY I 35e
Cone of Holly Hill; Mr. and Mrs. f 1
up will show- you what we
Starring Geibert and son, Holland, of i iI I

f mean. Cornel Wilde and Victoria Jacksonville.Dr. Kraft i

i, Shaw I land Mrs. Nelson Dunn of COOKING OIL 490 I

Fort Worth, Texas, are spend- quart
Sun. & Mon. Feb. 5.6
ing some time here visiting

INHERIT THE WIND with Mr. and Mrs. Walter PRODUCE
y a.
Starring Knight. They are also visiting t tin Florida Pascal
Jacksonville, Palatka and De-
w Spencer Tracy and Frederick Land with other relatives. Mrs. CELERY'Z Large
MarchPERCE I Dunn is the former Miss Freda stalks' 21cVine

Knight of Bunnell and is Mr. Ripe V .
Knight's sister. i

I Mr. and :Mrs. T. K. McKnightwere TOMATOESMclntosh it IOe

\ STRINGS m BUDDY I through in Bartow Wednesday and Tampa of Monday this Eating I II f!I


SHOPPING A6AIN? YOU'LL SAVE MONEY week. Mr. McKnight was attend- APPLES 3 33e i
ARENTVOUEVER6O1N& I -ANp INCONVENIENCE I ing a convention of Juvenile bag
( HB Elf BY DOING BUSINESS WITHFLAGLER. ..
TO PUT !Judges in Bartow. They also !
I HAVE. Chase &
ANVTH1N6AWAY went to Tampa for a short visit SanbornCOFFEE I
J FOR %! HARDWARE
ARAINY % with their son, Lt. Charles Mc
( PAY? G Knight, who is stationed with lftean 490 i

THErREC I the Airforce near Boston. He flew Limit one can with $5.00 order
% I b (it TOPS. to Tampa on a mission and had i ii i
i 'U'I..1'iU' JlJ.U J.'I.1' ,
'Ui.u.' .
ill I IU I'some time to visit with his par J.HY.B.J.iU''yj.'Uf Mflp lf .l-nu.IW';; i{

a.Tluew.'fi .. .ents. Super Save !
I I (Continued: on page 7) Cfl Stamps

VU with your purchase of $5.00 or !

I more food order at i
1 SALUTE TO FLORIDACOUNTIESHILLSBOROUGH FREE BRANNAM'S FOOD MARKET 1!

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V Name I

Stamps If
COUNTY SEAT TAMPA Address

: This Coupon Expires February 6,1961 I

:1 STATE FAIR I

i TAMPA FEB918 Red & White 26 oz.

t SALT 3 %9
l, A colorful feature of the Tampa State Fair larg for
est annual winter exposition in the nation Gaspar- ,
illa "Pirate Invasion," based on the history of
Red & WhitePRUNE
f Tampa Bay as a rendezvous for pirates, of which I
x Jose Gasparilla is the most celebrated.
= y 1" Tampa is the county seat of Hillsborough County JUICE quart 31e
formed in 1834 and now one of the South's most I
f industrialized areas, with excellent trade and transportation
facilities.

Beer, too,. figures largely in Florida's history -
i and in its economy facts being emphasized BRANNAM'SFood
significantly by the United States Brewers Foundation
l exhibit at the Tampa Fair.


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Health Board Warns I rama Stone- .dinnerware only, not j or her dealer to discuss the return ed that when ingested over .a symptoms become apparent."

to white. It was also stated that of the goods. In no case i period of time, lead is a "slow-

Public On The'Use Of I IJ the warning does not apply to''should these dishes be used for i ily acting poison which builds More than 600,000,000 poundsof

colored Cerama Stone ware!acid foods, such as salads, to- {up in the body over weeks or Florida produced Irish potatoes j

I bearing a date. The various I matoes, citrus, apple sauce, etc. 'even months before clinical were marketed last year. ;
Certain Dinnerware
dishes tested bore the imprint, I The health authorities explain- --- I

The Florida State Board of :not embossed, and in fairly I I i FREE PAINT,. THE OUTBOARDER. ;I

Health issued a warning today I large letters "Cerama Stone by RCA VICTOR I Authorized Evinrude Dealer :
One extra gallon of choice
your
against the sale or use of a j Laurel of California, with the BOATS ACCESSORIES REPAIRS I
LIVING COLOR TV with each sallot you buy
pottery-type, dull finish colored :word "Laurel" in script. The : IIICT'CUE Dockage Storage Tree Ramp :

dinnerware manufactured under .i I i ware is known to have been I i "LOOK IN FOR THE TilE WINDOW Mary Carter Paint Store WE FINANCE 1

:, several colors.I!! Southern Radio & Television I i
manufactured in
the trade name "Cerama Stone"by j I I Also Westeatr Shopping Center ;825 Ballough RdDaytonaYtiY..tititiY.YY.Y.w
!!!' 226 E. Granada -Ph. OR 7-2001
Dishes with the !
the Laurel Potteries of California imprinted same

Inc. Tests by the State ,words followed by a date mark, j: OKMONU \y."................M..... .................. ......... ,/

Board of Health laboratory have :: such as '61 are said to be safe ; ( I
FOR ALL HOURS-DAY OR NIGH II
shown that this product is un- : from the lead. TVSERVICE

fit for use in serving acid type
I I The matter first came to the i AMBULANCE
foods because of the presence of i i'I
I i ALL MAKES
attention of health authorities
j PHONE VAlley 4-1625
excessive amounts of lead in the .' For
!some weeks ago when two cases Agent SERVICE
glaze. jof lead poisoning in Cincinnati ST. AUGUSTINE. FLORIDA J

It was emphasized that the j were found to be due to the RCA & PHILCO 'I
Never be hesitant about calling a Garcia Ambulance. We I
warning applied to colored CeCLASSZFZE 'lead in the glaze of this par- I TUBES & ANTENNAS SOLD
i I titular brand of dinnerware. i AND INSTALLED are always at Your service with promptness, safety and I

1 California authorities then made I PxperieacI I II

i further tests and notified the : TUBES TESTED FREE
!
DADS Resusitator and Inhalator
With
Equipped Oxygen
I j manufacturer, who offered full I I

j, cooperation call back ,the saying ware he from would the I TVBobFLAGLER I } Garcia Funeral Home '


I market, paying for it and pay- I BEACH r P. E. GARCIA, Licensed Funeral Dhector i

1.llItlnj under this heading are 1 ing the transporation. LADY ASSISTANT
word each Insertion, i PHONE HE 9.2204
3 75 oeiiIn veutM per In minimum charge. ; It is known that some of this I ..I ""..,... .............................a AJV...AAPA-.VVVAV.VANPA-AflA .Vv;
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FOR SALE-An old fashion chi- i 1, ware is in the possession of customers -II II I

na closet. Also a Lane cedar in Florida. In these cases I

chest. Mrs. F. H. Howell, PhoneID ;i the customer should contact his 1

73528. 2.2-ltp I I .j AREA 81 ISINESS DIRECTORY ;

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FOR SALE-1960 Ford Galaxie I

Club Sedan, power steering, automatic ,AUTO SERVICEMcDANIEL'S BUILDING SUPPLIES :FLOOR COVERING

transmission; actual I j Community I WICKLINE 'I' Tilecraft Company
mileage 4,000 miles. Will sell at
I I. Memorial Churchliiterdeiiomlnutionnl
sacrifice. Reason for selling own- Service Station Building SuppliesCElIE1"T I "LET US FLOOR YOU"

. er is working overseas. Call I I t'I CEMENT BLOCKS I Armstrong & Kentile
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1D7-3711. 2.2.2tp I: AIR CONDITIONED STANDARD OIL PRODUCTS I Sold and Installed
STEEL
_. i! Daytona Ave. +I Tires-- --Batteries--Minor-" flepairsI All Work Guaranteed

FOR RENT-two and three-room Flagler Beach HE 9-2254 I Ormond Beach OR 7.3181I
furnished apartments. Week, "I FLAGLER BEACH : I I Bunnell ID 7-7119

month, permanent. Utilities furn- j Sunday School 10:00 A.M.I CLEANERS I FURNITURE

ished. Capitol Motel (under new I Church Service 11:00 A.M. Biddle Gulf Service J Ormond Bedding and

ownership) at Korona. l-12-4tp I R.V.. DICKERT. Pastor t .. GAS-OIL-LUBRICATION: BUNNELL CLEANERS I Furniture Co.

EVEIIYOXB: WIJLCOJIKSTOP t GULF TIRES & BATTERIES i Substantial Discounts on AllBEDSSOI"ASFUlLNITUnI
Beach house
FOR SALE-Flagler I :
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EVERY CLEANING
party furnished. Two bedrooms, --- Open 7 A. M.-10 P. M.-7 Days I $10 Tradein Covers Down Payment

CCB, large lot, located on Pal State& Lambert US 1-ID 7-7190 I SERVICE : R. S. ROBENBERRY, Owner
Open Dally S to 0 i 160 Granada, Ormond Dch. OR 7-6411
metto Ave.in Venice Park. Price
I I Phone ID 7-3188 .,
Call Ed Mathews, IN Colonial Service Station I
$8,500.00. 115 N. Bay St. _- Bunnell I!GARDEN HOPGray's I
Gainesville FR 69064. I EARL E. RICE, Proprietor I .
j Garden Center
. Dec. 1-Tf.
I And See Us GAS--OILr-LUBRICATION
CONCRETE PRODUCTS Headquarter for Gardening Needs
MOTOR TUNE-UP
FOR RENT-Unfurnished large Ceramics Gifts. Dry Arrangement

2-bedroom garage apartment. -at- GOODYEAR TIRES & BATTERIESU. Your "Q" For Concrete Materials
Annuals Shrubbery Fertilizers
Call HE 9.2318 Zeke Sandy's Hideaway S. HIWAY 1 BUNNELLI
or see I
11-17-tf I Dial CL 3-8113 TORO LAWN MOWERS
Chaffee. 147 Tomoka Avenue-Ph. OR 7-051
1 Mile South of .
-------- I Sullivan's Gulf Service DAYTONA BEACHQuillian's OHMOXU
FOR SALE-Your best buy in FLAGLER PIER
I I I
town. New 2 bedroom home. Tile GULF Concrete, Inc. HARDWARE
Try Our Tasty
bath, electric kitchen, screened j I GASOILSLUBRICATIONTIRESTUBESACCESSORIES I
DINNERS SEAFOOD THAT FAMOUS PAINT
,
floor extra
porch, terrazzo big I Beach Information
garage with half bath. Waterfront .SANDWICHES "Specializing Clean Rest in Rooms"In Service and DRUG STORES sgfr&L Exclusively at

lot. Third house on Avalon j COLD BEER I The Heart of Flaglor Beach 1 r LFLAGLER BEACHHARDWARE
Anderson Drug Store
Ave., in Venice Park. Augie & Ellie Flathmann i II Dt"I
I 2i>
AND AUTO REPAIRS I -- Prescriptions

3 bedroom home, 2 tiled baths, I Sick Room Supplies Flagler Beach HE 9-2103
EDGAR'S GARAGE I
big electric kitchen, Florida i Sundries

room, 2 single garages, and workshop | 24-Hour Towing Service BUNNELL Village Hardware Center

or boat house on waterfront I Investors Wanted I COMPLETE AUTO REPAIRS HOUSE PAINTS
Automatic Transmission Service Match and mix color
lot. Third house Lantana any
on -
Ave., Venice Park. See Participate in > development I'' Wheel Balancing Alignment-front End Moody's PharmacyFlagler Builder's Supplies Kitchenware

Emil Huber, builder, Lantana ; of needed million 24O Granada Ormond-OR 7-OHltt County's Corner Drug store GIFTS GREETING CARDS

I I dollar housing rehabilitation PRESCRIPTIONS AlA Ormond Beach CL 2-0420
Ave., HE 92196. 12.15-tf -
--- j & recreational facil- AUTOMATIC TRANSMISSION I DRUGS-SUNDRIES I
FOR SALE-Charming new 2 I JEWELER
ities for the aging. Minimum FOUNTAIN SERVICE
bedroom home in Flagler Beach. investment HOLLY HILLHYDROMATIC
$200.00. Bunnell Flo. Phone ID 7.3661 I O. F. BEACH
Tile roof, terrazzo floors
stylish Need three active investors SERVICE Jeweler

kitchen-dining room. Sodded on salaried basis for Repairing Rebuilding .ORMOND PRESCRIPTION Elgin Watches-Diamonds

waterfront lot; direct access to I i organization positions. All Central Florida first specialists In I Exceptional Gifts
Inland Waterway. Take 2nd St. AUTOMATIC TRANSMISSIONS PHARMACYSick
!
replies confidential. Funds Watch Repairs-Engraving
1239 Ridgewood Holly Hill
to end, turn rt. 12800. Contact OR 7-1381 Room SuppliesSundries24Hour
will be kept in escrow at 46 W Granada Ormond Death
local broker or P. O. Box 457, Citizens Bank Prescription Service OK 7-23X4

Flagler Beach, Fla. Dec. 1-tf BAR AND PACKAGE STOREBAMBOO Free Delivery in Flagler Beach
Write or contact Rt. AlA 1 mi. North of PAINTING CONTRACTOR
FOR RENT-furnished 2 bedroomone ORMOND BEACH-Tel. OR 7-1661
j MRS. PAL PARKER, SR.P. .
bath house, Daytona Ave., R.
O. Box Thompson PharmacyYour Moody
Flagler Beach. Completely ren- 218 BAR & COCKTAIL
I. Health Is Wealth
ovated. $65.00 per month. Keys Flagler Beach, Florida LOUNGE Put YourPRESCRIPTIONS PAINTING

can be picked up at Sullivan'sGulf I 1 ___ -_ .__ Open Under New ManagementCome ,

Station. Nov 10-tf I II I l In and Get Acquainted In Our Hands Phone ID 7-3240
Ii
FOR RENT- --on the--ocean-1 and i 141 W. Granada-Ormond 7-1421
i
2 bedroom apartments complete.
FLORIDA RADIO-TELEVISION
ly furnished, utilities included. t FLAGLER BEACH GILL DRUG COMPANY
.
Sensible rate day, week, month, PAUL'S RADIO & TV
or permanent: Sun Sea Motel I MRS. M. B. FULLER EditorDesignated HOTEL BAR Walgren AgencyPRESCRIPTIONS Atenna Sales & Installations

formerly Flagler Manor).- "The Meeting Placeof Authorized Sales RCA Victor '

9-15-tf Official Publication Flagler County"Jim Sick Room Supplies Sundries We repair all other TV&Radio sets
l for Public Notices of Flagler
and Yvonne Serving" 1O TV. Granada Ave. Ormond Reach 1370 Ocean Blvd AlA
County, Municipalities therein OR 7-525O
Ormond Beach OR 7-2852 _
JOHNSTON'SFLAGLER and the State of Florida

BOTTLE GASHARRIS FUEL OILKING'S
BEACH REALTY CO. NURSERY

LOTS. HOMES OCEAN FRONT Entered aa second class matter
BOTTLE GAS
WATER FRONT, FARMS, t February 6.1913.at the postofflc BOTTLE or BULK TRUCK STOP Wagon Wheel NurseryShade

ACREAGESee I at Bunnell. Florida* under net *f PHILLIPS 66 GAS & OILS Trees. Potted Plants
FLAGLER COUNTY'S ONLY
March 3. 1S7C. Delivery in the County on Shrubs
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PAGE EIGHT THE FLAGLER TRIBUNE .
BUNNELL. FLORIDA
Thnrsriav. Feb. 2.., 1961
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Lopez 2 1 0 4 '32. Sheila Westbrooks was tops Revels 0 0 0 0
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.Polk 0 0 0 0 I h with 12 points. Barbara Weaver

Kuleski 3 0 0 6 ,,1 had 10, Marsha Ricks 9. Overdo I I 12 19 8 32
Missine 1 1 1. 3 j scoring leaders were Fabry and
R. Tucker 2 '1: 0 4 .1 Duda 12 and 10 points. I IOveldo Girls Fg Ft Fm Pus
Gary 21'" 0 0 {I Fabry 3 .10 6 12

Metts 2 .0 0 4 I Ij I Bunnell Girls Fg Ft Fm Pts I I Duda 3 5 2 8
i[Ricks 4 4 1 9 I I Partin 1 4 2 4

17 12 3 37 j King 0 3 1 1 I::1\1. Duda 4.2 0 8
Westbrook 4 7 4 121 I Rook 1 0 0 2 .

BUNNELL GIRLS Taylor Girls Fg Ft Fm Pts Flo. Mil. Fg F Fm Pts I Weaver 4 5 2 10 ,I Daugherty 0 0 0 0

Mello 2 5 2 6 Townsend 0 0 0 0 Beasley 0 0 0 0I
WIN FOUR STRAIGHT Cowart 0 ,0 0 0
Hart 0 0 0 0 M. Steflik 0 0 0 0 ,Sandra 0 .0 0 0
Deen 1 1 1 3 I
Bunnell girls extended their Hodgskin 1 0 0 2 I Gumble 0 0 0 0 j
win streak to four at the handsof Crosby 7 4 1 15 Hardee -1 0 0 2 G. Steflik 0 0 0 0' 12211034
Sweat 4 '
6 3 11
Taylor. Sue King, forward, Ivey 0 0 0 0 -
Creal 2 4 0 4 .. -----I2I tmIMPORTANT ..
Frank 4 3 0 8
In. the third
scored 17 points. Peterson 0 0 0 0 #
the had control of Frias '-3 ,1 0 6
girls
quarter 'Randall 0 0 0 0
the ball at all times and the de I Hallman 0 0 0 0 Martain 1 1 0 2 f II

fence play of the Stefllk sisters, [(Newman 0 0 0 0
Grace and Mechele, and Capt. Robinson ,0 0 0 0 12 10 2 26 II

Linda Revels held Taylor to 5 Dixon O. 0 0 0

points. Barbara Weaver, had 11 OVEIDO GIRLS 'A I

points with Sheila Westbrookand 14 15 5 33 STOP BUNNELL I I
:Molly Ricks 9 each. For 1E .
'Marlene Sweat had 15 I Friday night the Oveido girls I -
Taylor,
and JoAnn McMillian 11. LOPEZ AND PETERSON put a crimp to the Bunnell girls :i I I I

TOPS ON FREE THROWS and stopped their winning way i {

Bunnell Girls Fg Ft Fm Pts Jimmy Lopez and Dean Peterson after a hard game. I I I :
Bunnell started off slow and I II
Ricks 4 3 1 9 are the deadeyes on the I the score was 10.2 in the first I
foul
line. Both
King 5 10. 7 17 boys are shoot- The half I I
I quarter. ended with
ing at a 60 per cent average. !
Westbrook'Weaver 2 5 10 2 5 1 9 11 I Dean Peterson at one time hada I Oveido in the lead 12.8 The I

streak of sinking 9 straight third quarter Shelia Westbrook
M. Stefiik 0 0 0 0 I E I
0 0 0 0 fouls, while his teammate Jim- found the range and started to
Gumble my had 8 straight Jimmy Lopezis ring a few baskets. The Bunnell
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G. Steflik 0 0 0 0 I
Revels 0 0 0 0 tops in scoring with 107 points girls took the lead in the third I. I
while his teammate Charlie quarter and the score was 18 for [ II

16 25 14 I Bratcher has 59 points. I Bunnell, 17 for Oveido. Both I t

I.I The J.V. have won their last teams did their heaviest scoring r J
.4 games and have a 8.1 season. in the fourth quarter with the

PLY NOTICE FOIL_OF ENACTMENT INTI'NTION OF'TO AI.-I Their next game will be Feb. Oveido girls out-scoring our girls # I

CIAL LI.GISLATION COSCEItSIXG iFLAGLl7R i 3 at New Smyrna Beach. 17 to 14 to finish ahead 34 to

NOTICE COUNTY IS HEREBY FLOIUDA.GIVENthat Scoring Record Fg F Tp b
the undersigned will apply to I Lopez 38 31 107 .lI I
the Florida Legislature at its 1961 ,
Session for passage of certain Bratcher 26 31 59 CONSERVATION NEWSBy
cial legislation which special spe-I I E. Kuleski 21 4 46
lation shall have for its purpose I
the following: I Peterson 8 19 35 Tilmon W. RobinsonAt
Fixing the minimum compensa- R. Tucker 8 8 24 I f
County Collector of
tion of the n
Taxes of Flakier County. Florida McNab 9 1 19 its meeting last week, the
for collecting taxes on the County Hosford 204 Flagler Soil Conservation Dis I (4 v > '
all lawsor
Tax Roll and repealing -4 g
parts of laws in conflict there- Metts 204 trict supervisors agreed to sponsor I

.... with.DATED THIS 30th day of January Polk 102 a speaking contest for High I I II
1961. School students.
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SIGNED: J. F. MERCER.Feb. .
., 2-Itc Thursday Came ; Only one prize of $25 for first I I

IN TII THE JUDICIAL CIRCUIT---CIRCUIT COURT, SEVEN-IN AND I Bunnell 8th Fg F Pts trict place, unless will be five given,or by more the stu dis- t ; pf! I

FOR FLAGLKR COUNTY FLOR Johnson 102 ;
IDA. IN CIIANCKIIY NO. 4180 dents enter the contest in which !
Lowe 000E. w I
PERRY FRANK Plaintiff Tucker 2 1 5 case a second prize of $10 will { W4 I ( )
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McDaniel 306 be awarded. I

ERIC A. LEE.vs. et al. Crews 102 The title of the speech this !

Defendants.NOTICE OFFORECLOSURE Seals 306 year will be "Conserving Natural I 'fIL. p I

SALE Resources in My Soil Conservation I
Notice is hereby given that pur- 10 1 21 II
District"SCS
suant to a final decree entered on
in the "above
- January 31. 1961.
numbered 4180. In !Florida Milt. 8th Fg F Pts II
Chancery, pending in the Circuit Chambers 226 technicians have been

Court.and for Seventh Flagler Judicial County.Circuit Florida.in Tonge 215 busy during the week assisting II

and fpr the purpose of satisfyingsaid ''Sliver 000 district cooperators in drainage '
decree. I. the undersignedClerk ( I BHLLETControl :
of the Circuit Court in and Conelly 000 problems. Cooperators L. O. .
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for Flagler County Florida will Mosten. 306 Robertson, Cordell Robertson,
} sell the following described real I I II
- and personal property situate in Bennett 306 and Raymon Tucker are install.

Flagler(real property County. )Florida to-wit: I 10 3 23 ing drainage- crop pipes in crop. Aphids and Blight 1
Lots 1 and 2. Block 62. Town of land.
Bunnell. as per plat of said Townon Bunnell 8th graders dropped a M
file in Plat Book 1. page 2. of on potatoes with B
the public records of Flagler County close game to the Fla. Military ORTHO Phosphamidon and ORTHOCIDE
Florida. 2321. The Bunnell boys madea I
(personal property) I (Captan) Q
\.' 1 Perllck Draught Box No. 44488. big second half comeback. BlackwelPsKestaurant
it 1 LaCrosse Drink Box. 10 case Seals, McDaniel and E. Tucker I F Call your nearest ORTHO fieldman now!
.* capacity No. 27153. B
"' 1 RemlnKton Adding Machine. No were the top scorers. For the
: 71575423. Florida Mil. boys Bennett, Mos. I L California Chemical
" 1 National Cash Register. No. Company 1
:' 3590588. I ten and Chambers Tonge did all 18th St. & AlA
,k 1 20" RCA Victor TV Set. I the scoring. I)
1 5 ton air conditioner. Flagler Beach Ortho Division B
. 5 booths.
; 1 Table with 4 chairs. SHRIMP I
: 1 Floor fan. 20*. BUNNELL J.V. WIN NO. 4 P.o. Box 7067. Orlando. Florida aI

;, 1 22' back bar. Thursday afternoon the Bun CHICKEN T.M/S Reg. U.S. Pat. Off., ORTHO ORTHOCXDE nOn
1 22 front bar with stools.
kf. 1 Silent Sioux Kerosene Heater. nell J.V. ran their streak to four BARBECUEFISH all chemical read directions and

,t'". Miscellaneous 1 3-compartment glasses sink. and bar straight by downing the Black cautions before use. 0T

i!. equipment. Knight of Florida Military
r-' All stock in trade, accounts re- School. SANDWICHES .-.MTtto Nca. u.a. PA r.or r.
*,.. ceivable and any additions re- led the .. ... ... ....
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Liquor License
leading 25 to 7 with two minutes -
to' No. 36 (No. 28 36. Series 8-COP)
} (at the Flagler Bar. U.S. No. 1 in the half when Coach 216 BULLS
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nell. Florida) Ralph put in second team.

' .. at public sale to the highest and This team finished the game.
best bidder for cash at the north- Charlie Bratcher had 9
, ern front door of the Flagler points OCALA BULL SALEFEBRUARY
County Courthouse in Bunnell. and Eric Kuleski 6. For the

r.".., Friday.Florida February at 1:00 o'clock 10th. A.P.D.M.1961. on Black Knights Frank, Frias, and I

l": (Official Seal) :Mellow did all the scoring.
_ / RALPH E. HARBERT Bunnell J.V. Fg F Fm Pts I 7. 1961--12 NOON
Clerk of the Circuit Court
:: Flagler County. Florida Peterson 1 1 0 2 GREATEST BULL SALE EVER HELD IN FLORIDA
k! Lawrence W. Borns :McNab 1 3 1 3
416 Seabreeze Boulevard
Daytona Beach. Florida Bratcher 4 3 1 9 84 HERFORD BULLS
Attorney for the Plaintiff I Hosford 1 1 0 2 "
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