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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 9, 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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Source Institution: University of Florida
Holding Location: University of Florida
Rights Management: All rights reserved. Board of Trustees of the University of Florida
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 Related Items
Preceded by: St. Johns tribune
Succeeded by: Palm Coast news
Succeeded by: Flagler/Palm Coast news-tribune

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VOLUME 49, NO. 5 BUNNELL, FLORIDA, THURSDAY, FEB. 9, 1961 $2.50 A YEAR
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i i 'County Board' I i ib. OF FLAGLER'S SAVINGS QUOTA BONDS I i City Hall Plans. I TREADWELL FOR COMMISSIONAT OUT I I Court Clerk .



Will Try For 1961 Flagler savings County's bonds share quota of of $4-the To Be ConsideredAt I Harry FLAGLER Treadwell BEACH of Flagler i I Ralph HarbertIs -

650,000,000 is $16,000, accordingto Beach is in this is-
Feb. 20 MeetThe I announcing,
Airport ,Title I Ray L. Mercer, posmaster sue of The Tribune, his candi- I SuspendedGov.
serving as Flagler County's Sav-
I dacy for the post of town
l ings Bond chairman. city commissioners have I of Flagler Beach.comI'missioner

The Board of County Commissioners This compares, Mr. Mercer retained the services of an architect -, Mr. Treadwell is running Farris Bryant suspended

Monday heard a request I said, with purchases of more to present preliminary Flagler County Circuit' Court
the March 7th Town of Flagler
from Michael Murray for a lease I II than $13,000 in 1960. sketches and recommendation. Beach election. In announcinghis Clerk Ralph E. Harbert Wednesday -

on the airport on the Bunnell- Postmaster Mercer said that for the proposed addition to the morning. The suspensionwas
candidacy he said he stands
Flagler Beach road. Murray said ,figures released by the U.S. Community Center building.The .,for the "progress and develop. ordered by the governor

4 he contemplated locating an I Treasury Dept. revealed that the sketches will be presented ment of our town." after a preliminary audit of the

.- electronics laboratory for research American people own an all- to the commissioners for consideration office by state auditors.
Three commissioner and a
and development there. time high of more than $43 billion at their meeting on
to be elected March 7.
I mayor are The suspension notice was
Since the Civil Aeronautics Authority dollars worth of Series E Monday, February 20.
has a "recapture clause"in and H bonds. I I The present plans call for an i served by a representative of

I the deed of the field to the This amounts to about $240 addition on the rear of the I I the governor's office. The notice

county, Board Attorney H. T. for every man, woman and building so as not to mar the [Bunnell High School cited neglect of duty in record-
deeds
ing
Cook said he thought the board child in the country. Banks issue present design of the building. i mortgages and other

could not enter into a valid more than 80 per cent of I They also plan to convert the I!Six Week Honor Roll records for the past 10 months.
I Also
illegal transfers of .
lease of the field. A motion was all savings bonds, and in 20 present stage into a dining area. funds
adopted authorizing members of years have issued more than two The kitchen and rest rooms will I Fourth grade-Glen Carle, to other accounts. It also cited
John Cook, Nancy Hargett, the removal of federal documentary -
the board to to Miami and billion individual bonds. be added to the rear of the
go George Koczwanski, Kenneth stamps from deeds and
building.
consult with the CAA in an attempt
Colleen Tucker
\ Among other business the Simpson, irregularities in the stamp rec
full title to the
to secure Charles Clegg, John Cody, Patty ord.
field. :Members of the board were Bunnell High School commission accepted the bid of French, Chuck Herr, Carol Lynda

in Miami Wednesday for the Sinclair Refining Co., as low bidder Townsend, Carla Tucker, Hal Auditors from the state audit-

meeting.The Semester Honor Roll on furnishing the city with j,I King. II' ing department and comptroller's -

I gas, oil and grease. Fifth grade-Sue Broadaway, office were in of
board received bids from Fourth grade-Glen Carle, i I' Ben Cannon, Rusty Improta, I charge the I

three concerns regarding pur- John Cook, Nancy Hargett, I I Linda Knight, Tony Parker, ..office Wednesday and will serve '
chase of road but be- Fund until an appointment is made 'I
a grader, George Koczwanski, Kenneth Raising Anna Robbins, Stephanie Stupka,
cause of varying types of equip- Simpson, Brenda Townsend, Colleen -' Clifford Wetherington.Sixth by the governor. i

ment and amounts of bids, the Tucker, Charles Clegg, John For Boy ScoutsBy grade-Susanne Bourne, iI

question of cost of maintenance, Cody, Patty French, Chuck Herr, Walton Cowart, Delores Deen, I
i it was decided to investigate Carol Lynda Townsend, Carla ( Lyman Gage) Betty Dunson, Kathy Emery, 1 I
service record of machines now Tucker, Hal King. The Boy Scouts of America Vicki Hein, Vicky King, Barbara District U. of F.

owned by other counties.In Fifth grade-Sue Broadaway, hold a Fund Raising Drive February Pache, Linda Skolar.
Ben Cannon, Rusty-Improta,.Lin-
14 and 15. This fund Seventh grade-Betty Lynn

agreed other to advertise action-the for a board fire- Parker da Knight, Clifford, Karen Wetherington.Sixth Moody, Tony. raising drive is a necessary partof I Bourne, Margie Lee Blakely, Sue Alumni Clubs To.
since the Ellen Deen, Sherry Hargett,
I Scouting, Scouting
safe for the count judge'so1nce I
proof grade-Suzanne Bourne,
is self Marilyn McNab, Brenda Murray,
; for gasoline; and for Walton Cowart Delores Deen, Program not supportingand I Jo Ann Paquin, Lewis Smigiel- Meet

petroleum gas :for county purposes Kathy Emery, VJM Hein, Vicky must depend;upon. contributions I ski, Brenda Tucker, Kay Weaver, Wednesday
? :**"" .. King,!SorbnrryS'a.chc* ..Linda Sko to maintain': functions: I Linda Weaver, Judy Dunson, Pat :

Tucker's Grocery was awarded lar.Seventh It costs the National Scouting Barrow, Michael Tidwell.
contract for furnishing suppliesfor grade-Betty Lynn Council approximately $10 per Eighth grade-Ida Allen, Levi The Greater Daytona Beach

the county stockade for the Bourne, Sue Ellen Deen, Sherry year per boy to supply him with Brannam, Mike Church, Cynthia (University of Florida Alumni
month. Hargett Sue McMillan, Brenda the Scouting Program. Multiplythis Cobb, Betty Cowart, Scotty I Club will be host to the annual

Murray, Jo Ann Paquin, Stan- by the millions of boys that Crews, Heidi Eisenbach, Marie District Seven meeting February

ford Robertson, Lewis Smigielski are a part of the Scouting Pro- Fleurie, Gloria Johnston, Kan- 15 at the Ellinor Village Coun-

Brenda Tucker, Linda Weav- gram and it shows the vast sum dyce Lovell, James Lowe, Buzzy try Club, George M. Moody here

Season er.Eighth that is needed to maintain and McKnight, Cheryl Skolar, Elbert said today. .
Hunting grarle-Ida Allen, Levi I Tucker, Mary Tydings, Janet
I improve a program which The social hour will
Brannam, Mike Church, Cynthia Salyerds, Jack Abbott. be at the
Cobb, Betty Cowart, Scott Crews, moulds the character of our Ninth grade-David Sheffield, country club from 6:30 to 7:30.

Ends Sunday Heidi Eisenbach, Marie Fleurie, Country's Citizens of Tomorrow." Kent Holland, Mickey Ramsey, Following this there will be a

Kandyce Lovell, James Lowe. Chairman of the drive this Allida Tucker, Bebe Moody, banquet and program.

All hunting of all game animals Buzzy McKnight, Cheryl Skolar. year is Lyman L. Gage. The Kathy Barber, Nell Johnston, Allen Skaggs of the Univers-
Ninth grade-David Sheffield, committee will be made up of Sue King, Gloria Moore, Char ity News Bureau will be
and birds in Florida will guest
Kent Holland David Brown
I!I members of the Troop Committee lotte Gies, Linda Cody, Gail speaker and will show a film
close one-half hour after sunset Mickey, Ramsey, Allida Tucker,
the Explorer Post Committee Wadsworth, Robert Abbott, Robert of the
Sunday, February 12, accordingto Kathy Barber, Nell Johnston, university. Bill Fleming,
Tucker, Linda Blackwell,
the Cub Pack Committeeand
A. D. Aldrich, director of the Sue King, Howard Emery, Gloria Nancy Wilson.Tenth assistant director of alumni affairs -
Game and Fresh Water Fish \{Moore, Linda Cody, Gail Wads members of the Flagler grade-Susan Carle I will give a current reporton
worth, Robert Tucker, Linda sponsors of the Exlporer Post. alumni activities.
Commission. I Caroline Clifton, Sue Cobb,
Only rabbits and unprotected'animals I Blackwell. Quentin Emery, Linda Harris, Members of the committee
and birds may be taken Tenth grade-Caroline Clifton, Carol Hoskins, Donna Miller, said the program promises an
Sue Cobb, Linda Harris, Carol w.
.I Barbara Smythe, Mechele Stef- interesting and entertaining eve-
after the closing day until opening
Hoskins, Mechele Steflik, Barbara -
lik, Barbara Weaver. I ning besides good fellowship.
of the special spring turkey Smythe, Barbara Weaver.
Eleventh grade-Don McNab, Mr.
Moody said alumni wives,
gobbler hunting season in cer- Eleventh grade-Don McNab, 1
Harriet Hatcher, Jamesene Daw-
husbands
tain counties in Northwest Flor Harriet Hatcher, Jamesene Daw- II and guests are in-
son, Mary Susan Brannam,
ida, April 1 to April 9. son, Mary S. Brannam, Ronnie I Elaine Deen, Peggy Hoskins, vited. Those who plan to attendare

Unprotected animals and birds Canakaris, Elaine Deen, Peggy David Lewis, Boyd Robertson, requested to contact Mr.
Hoskins David Lewis, Robertson I Moody, at
which may be taken at any Boyd Connie Shields, Susan Wads- Moody's Pharmacy,
time in Florida include bobcat, Connie Shields, Susan worth, Florence Williams, Claude for reservation by Monday, Feb
Wadsworth, Florence Williams, 13. *
red and fox Barrow. ruary .
,
grey raccoon, opossum Claude Barrow.

,,nutria, skunk, flying squirrel Twelfth grade-Betty Abbott, Twelfth grade-Kathy Ander-
Bass Eulene Brock,
son, Faye ,
English sparrow, armadillo, Kathy Anderson, Faye Bass,
Mary Jo Daugherty, Polly For- School Will ReceiveConservation
crow rats mice, bats, moles John Craig, Mary Jo Daugherty, son, Dan Frailey, Joan Hoff,
shrews and buzzards.All Polly Forson, Joan Hoff, Cary
Cary Holland, Pat Niesen.
hawks and owls, and all Holland, Pat Niesen, Joann Pres Folders

other animals and birds notlisted' ton. February 20 Is The supervisors of the FlaglerSoil

above as "unprotected," Y. Conservation District are

are and state fully laws.Counties protected. by federal The Korona Club 4 Auto Tag DeadlineMonday placing 35 Soil and Water Con-
servation folders in the libraryof

Plans Pre-Lenten February 20, is the the Bunnell school in the near

last day 1960 motor vehicle tags future, Tilman W. Robinson,

Get will be valid. The new 1961 director of the local Soil Con-
$70,000In Party SaturdayThe
tags went on sale January 1, but servation District, said today.

Racing Money Korona Club is sponsor many tags are to be sold before The folders will contain a

ing a Pre-Lenten Party Satur- the deadline to equal the number teaching outline for the teacher,

Comptroller Ray E. Green announced day evening at the White Eagleat I sold at this time last year. as well as various soil and wa

today that race track 8 o'clock. Mrs. Ida Croscinis s A Tax Collector J. F. Mercer said ter conservation material in

funds will be distributed to all chairman of the enteratin- today he will be in his office simplified form for use by the

the counties this week. ment committee. The party will TTLREAL each Saturday mornings until r elementary grades.In .

This distribution will amountto be planned around the Valen- noon on February 11 and 18 for I addition, the folders will

$29,000, which brings the to- tine theme. I i benefit those who can't secure j be supplied with several soil
SQUARE, MAN The
tal to date that each county has Club President Danny Smi- squares in this swimsuit don't their tags during other week and water conservation bookletsin

received to $70,000This is 7,500 : gielski appointed L. J. Drasbain hide the curves on this young I I days. comic book form, Mr. Robin-

more than the counties had re- charge of membership drive lady, who gives a preview of son said Mr. James Craig, prin-

ceived 'at this same period last and also the civic and social ac- I what can be expected on the I Farm output per man has cipal, has said he will be delighted -

year. tivities for 1961. t. teaches come summer. doubled since 1940. ,I to have these folders.

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I i r-but in Flagler--with- both '[comparison with j other Towns In closing, may we ;hope for

: : Ocean frontage and frontage in I such as Naples, (what it was 15 your (complete cooperation and II

LETTERS TO I the Intracoastal Waterway. This |years go ,in comparison with help.

alone can put Flagler Beach on I"I Flagler Beach, and what it is Respectfully yours,
the map. I now; and why). Michael W. Murray.
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, THE EDITOR. I 2. The facts and truth about I II
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the and development of '
contract I THE OUTBOARDERAuthorized
FREE PAINT
J I I'I
.. Flagler Harbors. This is a legal .
I contract which if carried out, One extra gallon of your choice Evinrude Dealer
Editor, Flagler Tribune r best potentials for developmentin would double-if not triple-the with each gallon you buy BOATS ACCESSORIES. REPAIRS
Bunnell, Florida I Florida, we at Flagler Beach business of the Town. It has Dockage Storage Tree Ramp
should be interested to that Mary Carter Paint Store WE FINANCE
Dear Sir: see been held up for two years by .'
The enclosing clipping is one the development that Mr.Hughes the present administration; and Also Westgate Shopping Outer i 825 Ballough Rd-Daytona Vi
of a series or articles and edi stands for in Volusia County the people of the Town should ,

torials dealing with the develop- should be extended to include II be told why. I,fM.'.....,..w.....w._..................................................,..wwwtitiww t!
ment of the so-called Halifax Flagler County-at least Flagler 3. The development of Recre- : { FOR
Beach which is now a depressedarea | with ALL I-IOURS-DAY OR NIGHT
Area (Daytona Beach and Or- ation in the Town, starting
mond Beach). As Flagler Beachin with people trying to sell ,ia complete renovation of the
Flagler County joins Ormondon and move out rather than move I j Pier together with the landscaping AMBULANCE

the north with many acres in. I therefore suggest the fol' (j and' beautification of PHONE VAlley 4-1625
of prime land and one of the lowing: II the Waterfront-at least betweenthe SERVICE

I. That the business leadersof Pier and the County Line ST. AUGUSTINE. FLORIDA .
Bunnell and of Flagler Beach south.
join in inviting Mr. Reid Hughes, I 4. The economics of the proj- Never be hesitant about calling a Garcia Ambulance. We 1 1are

: CLASSIFIEDADS the new appointee to the Flor I I ects, the cost to the Town and always at your service with promptness, safety and
ida Development Commission, to I what the returns will be. A
tell us what services the Com- xperle1Jce.I .

mission can render to us and Equipped With Oxygen Resusitator and Inhalator
what we must do for ourselves. RCA VICTOR I

3 Listings cents per under word this each heading Insertion are, II. That your Florida County LIVING COLOR TV Garcia Funeral HomeP.
75 cent Is minimum charge. paper publish a series of articles iooit von THE PICTURE

FOR- -SALE-112---X 112---foot- lot- in- dealing with the problems that Southern IN TilE Radio WINDOW"& Television E. GARCIA, Licensed Funeral Director .J
I require solution such as: l
Whispering Pines Subdivision 1. An overall plan for the 226 E. Granada-Ph. OR 7-2001 LADY ASSISTANT

on Flagler Beach Road. Priced development, beautification and ,. OIUIOND .w w. ;II I I II
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reasonable. Phone ID 73708. -- ---
promotion of the Town. I
Roger Edwards, Bunnell. 2. A plan for the develop

Feb. 9-Itp ment and financing of a suitable
water system for the north Pen- H AREA BUSINESS DIRECTORY
FOR SALE-Large stucco 2-bed- insula, Flagler Beach and the
room, living and dining room, Von-Bulow Ranch area to the

sleeping porch, outside shower. west; building this plant large AUTO SERVICE BUILDING SUPPLIES :FLOOR COVERING
1 block ocean, partly furnished, enough to supply this section of (

fireplace, Flagler Beach, Central I Flagler County and the north I McDANIEL'S WICKLINE I I Tilecraft Company"LET I
at 22nd, $6,500. W. T. ,Lloyd, section of Volusia County.III. .
owner. 2.9.2tp A series of articles deal- Service Station Building Supplies j I ICE1'CENT US FLOOR YOU"Armstrong
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ing in detail with the items CEMENT BLOCKS
FOR SALE-1960 Ford Galaxie
STANDARD OIL PRODUCTS Sold and InstalledAll
which affect the Town, such as: STEEL
Club Sedan, power steering, au- 1. The State Park which is Tires-Batteries-Minor Repairs Work Guaranteed

tomatic transmission; actual north of the Volusia County linemw.VsWsVsV I Flagler Beach HE 9-2254 Ormond Beach OR 7-3181
mileage 4,000 miles. Will sell at I Bunnell ID 7-7119

sacrifice. Reason for selling own- . ... CLEANERS ,FURNITURE

er is working overseas. Call O. F. ALFORD Biddle Gulf ServiceGASOILLUBRICATION Ormond Bedding and

ID 73711.. 2-2-2tp Registered i I BUNNELL CLEANERS II I Furniture Co.
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GULF TIRES & BATTERIESOpen Substantial Discounts on All
FOR SALE-Flagler Beach house
Real Estate Broker EVERY CLEANING DEDS-SOF FURNITURE
l :M. 10 P.M. 7 I $10 Tradein Covers
party furnished. Two bedrooms, 7 A. Days Down PaymentR.

CCB, large lot, located on Pal. I Bunnell Florida State &Lambert US 1-ID 7-7190 SERVICE ; S. ROBENBERRY Owner
metto Ave. in Venice Park. Price Oxen Dally S to 6 !' 60 Granada Ormond Bcb. OR 7-6411
Phone IDr.3188...,.4, ? {I -.. ... -
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$8,500.00. Call Ed Mathews, Colonial Service StationEARL 1 -
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I - -- - 115 N. Bay sC''''' Bunnell }GARDEN SHOP
.. Gainesville FR 69064. : I II I :
E. RICE. ProprietorGASOILLUBRICATION
Dec. 1-TI. I CommunityMemorial I Gray's Garden Center
CONCRETE PRODUCTS Headquarters for Gardening Needs I
FOR RENT-Unfurnished large ChurchInterdenominational MOTOR TUNE-UP Ceramics Gifts, Dry Arrangement
2-bedroom apartment.Call I GOODYEAR TIRES & BATTERIESu. Materials (
garage Your "Q" For Concrete Annuals
Shrubbery Fertilizers
HE 9-2318, or see Zeke I HIWAY 1 BUNNELL .
AIR CONDITIONED Dial CL 3-8113 TORO LAWN MOWERS I
Chaffee. 11-17-tf
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Daytona Ave. 147 Tomoka Avenue-Ph. OR 7-051
-- I Sullivan's Gulf Service DAYTONA BEACH ORMONO ,I
FOR SALE-Your
best buy in FLAGLER BEACH I J
town. New 2 bedroom home. Tile I GULF Quillian's Concrete Inc. HARDWARE i
Sunday School 10:00 A.M. I ,
bath electric kitchen screened I GA80IL8LUBR1CATIOlTIRESTUllESACCESSORIES
i i Church Service 11:00 A.M. THAT FAMOUS PAINT
terrazzo floor extra
porch, big Beach Information
garage with half bath. Waterfront I i I R. W. DICKERT Paator I "Specializing Clean Rest In Rooms"In Service and DRUG STORES t: '1f'1 Exclusively at

lot. Third house on Avalon EVERYOXE WELCOMESAIES The Heart of Flagler Beach .; 4
; FLAGLER
BEACH
Anderson Drug Store z
Ave., in Venice Park. i

AND V I AUTO REPAIRS I -- Prescriptions. OCRvii'HARDWARE

3 bedroom home, 2 tiled baths ,, 1iI Sick Room Supplies Flagler Beach HE 9-2103
big electric kitchen, Florida I I II EDGAR'S GARAGE I Sundries

room 2 single garages and work :I i Ii I 24-Hour Towing Service BUNNELL Village Hardware_ Center

shop or boat house on water I ; COMPLETE AUTO REPAIRS HOUSE PAINTS \

front lot. Third house on Lan- s'I Automatic Transmission Service Match and mix any colorBuilder's
Wheel Balancing-Front End Moody's PharmacyFlagler .
tana Ave., Venice Park. See I Alignment Supplies Kitchenware :
Emil Huber, builder, Lantana 240 Granada Ormond-OR 7-OSO3 County's Corner Drug store GIFTS GREETING CARDS

Ave., HE 92196. 12.15-tf I! PRESCRIPTIONS AlA Ormond Beach CL 2-0420 ;11
I AUTOMATIC TRANSMISSION DRUGS-SUNDRIES
I
FOR SALE-Charming new 2 I JEWELER 'I
bedroom home in Flagler Beach. I'I I HOLLY HILLHYDROMATIC FOUNTAIN SERVICE .
O. F. BEACH
Tile roof terrazzo floors, stylish I I SERVICE Bunnell. Fla. Phone ID 7.3661 I Jeweler

kitchen-dining room. Sodded
Repairing RebuildingCentral ORMOND PRESCRIPTION Elgin Watches-Diamonds
waterfront lot; direct access to : DOWN Florida's first specialists In I Exceptional Gifts
Inland Waterway. Take 2nd St. I I AUTOMATIC TRANSMISSION'S PHARMACYSick

to end, turn rt. $12,800. Contact II I 1239 Ridgewood OR 7-1381 Holly Hill Room Supplies-Sundries Watch Repairs-Engraving jon
YOU CAN MAKE PROFITS RISE BY I 40V.. Granada Ormond Reach
local broker or P.O. Box 457, 24-Hour Prescription Service 7-2384

Flagler Beach, Fla. Dec. 1-tf WISE ADVERTISING. CALL US I BAR AND PACKAGE STOREBAMBOO Free Delivery in Flagler BeachRt. I

TODAY AND LET'S TALK ABOUT AlA 1 mi. North of PAINTING CONTRACTOR
FOR RENT-furnished 2 bedroomone ORMOND BEACH-Tel. OR 7-1661

bath house, Daytona Ave., YOUR ADVERTISING NEEDS. ,. i R. '
Moody :
Thompson PharmacyYour
Flagler Beach. Completely ren BAR & COCKTAIL
Health Is Wealth
ovated. $65.00 month. !
Keys
per LOUNGE
NEWSPAPER ADS SEll FOR SUREImlit Put YourPRESCRIPTIONS PAINTING
can be picked up at Sullivan'sGulf I
Open Under New Management
Station. Nov 10-tf Phone ID
I Come In and Get AcquaintedOcean In Our Hands 7.3240
FOR RENT on -the'-ocean- -1 and IFlaglrr tHrtbiutrDUXXELI Blvd AlA Flagler Beach I Ormond Drugs & Prescription Shop BUNNELL, FLORIDA
141 W. Granada-Ormond 7.1421
2 bedroom apartments completely -
FLORIDA RADIO TELEVISION .
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furnished utilities included. I FLAGLER BEACH GILL DRUG COMPANY
Sensible rate day, week month I PAUL'S RADIO & TV
or permanent. Sun Sea :Motel :MRS. M. B. FULLER, Editor HOTEL BAR Walgren AgencyPRESCRIPTIONS Atenna Sales & Installations

formerly Flagler 1\lanor- I"The Meeting Placeof Authorized Sales RCA VictorWe
Designated OQclal Publication
915.tf Flagler County""Jim Sick Room Supplies Sundries repair all other TV&Radio sets
for Public Notices of Flagler
I and Yvonne Serving"BOTTLE 10 ''''. Granada Ave. Ormoiul Beach 1370 Ocean Blvd AlA
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County, Municipalities therein
OR 1-:)30
i Ormond Beach OR 7-2852
JOHNSTON'SFLACLER and the State of Florida ,
I FUEL OIL'KING'S I
GASHARRIS
BEACH REALTY CO. NURSERY

LOTS, HOMES, OCEAN FRONT, Entered urn second class matter BOTTLE GAS -
WATER FRONT, FARMS, February 6,1013,at the postofflee BOTTLE BULK TRUCK STOP Wagon Wheel Nursery
ACREAGESee at Bnnnell. Florida* under act .! or PHILLIPS 66 GAS & OILS Shade. Trees. Potted Plants
FLAGLER COUNTY'S ONLY
us for your real estate needs March 3, 1876. Delivery in the County on Shrubs
i HOME ,OWNED GAS COMPANY I
Office Phone HE 9-2242 I II Fuel Oil, Kerosene, Tractor Fuel 1.000 plants free: one with every f
One year-,. n.60 PHONE ID 7-3551 GasolineU.S. dollar you spend. Thousands of .
Residence Phones ID 7-3691 varitles at reduced prices. Beat In
Grow
ID 7-3517 I Biz month -.- IL15 I Help Flagler County Bunnell ID 7-3676 town.
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L. Thursday, Feb. 9, 1961 THE FLAGLER TRIBUNE, BUNNELL. FLORIDA PAGE THREE
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Three Miles of rest of Alaska to the United I'lion on their island. -- I Subscribe to The Flager Tribune, $2.50 Yearly in Advances I
| States, but retained Big Dio The :American Eskimos suspect -
L Water U.S.a. mede. they are, constantly being:
Separate I' s
Some 100 islanders live in Ig. watched. In the summer of 1956, i TIE RANDY FAMILY IY LLOYDPAD'S II1NMAM
f; naluk, the only village on Little while the inhabitants
were
a-
And Soviet Union
GOOD GRAwTHISKNIFE IDEA FOR A HANDY KITCHEN
Diomede. The cobblestone
steep II way in Kotzebue, a group of I WOULDN'T CUT KNIFE SHARPENER
i Aa iron curtain more inpene- streets link houses clinging to mytery visitors landed on Little BUTTER-rLL HAVE
TO RK: LIP A
' : trable than the one in Europenow a boulder-strewn slope. Unlike Diomede, left foreign cigarettes, j HANDY KNIFESHARPEN
divides two Eskimo islandsless most Eskimo dwellings, Dio and consumed the school's storeof HURRY LP 2 IN
than three miles apart' in mede houses are built of rocks. food. .. OAP HUNGRY I'M THE KITCHEN
the Bering Strait. I The roofs are made of walrus
skin. The two islands have servedas CEMENT
One island, Little Dlomede, I I Inside their weatherproof stepping stones between Asia TOO,r OILSTONE WOOD BLOCK TO MOUNTED
belongs to Alaska and is part I homes, the Eskimos play popu and America since the ice age, FLUSH WITH EDGE OP
of theUnited States. The other, lar American songs on phono- but the Bering Strait was not I KNIFE DRAWERNOTCH
Big Diomede, belongs to the So- graphs and thumb mail-order known Westerners until Vitus
viet Union. The curtain came catalogs. But they have not for- Bering, a Danish explorer em-
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when 18 Eskimos from the dances of their ancestors.On Great, spotted the black moun-
American island were arrestedfor special occasions, ,the entire tain caps through fog on August OILSTONE BLOCK WOOD
trading cigarettes, tea, and population crowds into the village 16, 1725.
Diomede.flour for Siberian pelts on Big. school to chant and per I I

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-: )FLAGLER BEACHMETHODIST I[JUNIOR WOMAN'S CLUB ri !IWORLD DAY OF -, I

\\r' :; CHURCH i The Junior Woman's Club is I PRAYER SERVICE "

l4f2eaclt. Rev. Reynold Hoover, minister. i planning a card and game party The World Day of Prayer Serv-
Sunday school 9:30 and morn- !at 8 P.M. Saturday, February ice will be held at the Community -
LUNA BABBITT ing worship service 10:30 A. M., '11, in the Bunnell Civic Center.A Memorial Church Friday,. \
followed by Bible Study of the small admission will be February 17, at 2 P.M. The-
Telephone HEmlock 9-2099 Book of Daniel. charge. The public is invited to Woman's Organizations of the-
______ _______ ______ Choir rehearsal at 7 P.M. attend. Baptist, Methodist and Community
SCHOOL SUDENTS CHOIR RECEIVESEXCELLENT II
Thursday in the Woman's Club Churches are uniting in this
GET CERTIFICATES RATING I II The next meeting of the club
I building. Monday, February 13, will be at 8 P.M. Tuesday, Feb- 75th anniversary of the World
The following students of the I The adult choir of the First the :Methodist Men's Club will ruary 14, in theVoman's Club Day of Prayer. The public is in.
Flagler Beach school were givena Baptist Church, attended the Associational meet at the home of Howard building. Guest speaker will be vited. Mrs. Harry Treadwell,
Certificate of Award at a i Music Festival at the Lerch in Hillcrest at 7:30 P.M. president of the WSCS of the-
Dr. Charles W. Fain from Day.
school assembly for being on I First Baptist Church in Palatka Don't forget to attend the tona Beach. Anyone wishing to Methodist Church is the general
the Honor Roll all three times :last Friday evening. The choir Smorgasbord in the Woman's hear him will be welcome to chairman. The program will be-
during the first semester: received an excellent rating in Club tomorrow evening (Friday), attend. announced later.
Third grade-Janet Sue.competition with other choirs of.February 10, from 5 to 7 whichis
Haines, Ann Meekins, Cathy the St. Johns River Asociation. IJ I II being served by the Woman's Club members attending the Mr. and Mrs. Cracker Ward
Duncan, Howard McNitt. I Choir Director Judson Stryker J Society of Christian Service.Mr. Florida Federation in Cocoa last left Monday night for Arcadia
Mrs. Frances
Thursday were
Fourth grade-Johnny Meigs, said this was the highest rating where they were called on account -
Mercer, Mrs. Carol Jean Atkin.
Diana Lucas, Monica Huber, they had received since they began I of the serious illness of
son and Mrs. Joann Peavy.
Susie Duncan. attending the Musis Festival and Mrs. Charles McCabe i I I her father, A. L. West.
Fifth grade-Tommy Duncan, three years ago. spent several days last week in
Patricia Robbie, Jo Anne Wil Cocoa visiting with their
son.Sixth [ The by choir Rev.was Millard accompaniedthere Brock and ter and son in law, Mr. daugh.1 I I Wish To Announce
grade-Dennis Clay, about 20 other members the W. J. Broughton and family.
Johnnie Ruth Miller, Arthur Mc. I church.: Being graded each year They also visited in Eau Gallie That I am a Candidate for Comissioner, Town of
Daniel, Dale Abbott. at the Associational Music Festival with their daughter, Mrs. Veronica Flagler Beach, and will Appreciate Your Vote and
The following students are Crews Support.
is one of the requirementsto and her son Joseph.
members of the A & B Club for I maintain a stand of excel Their son in law and daughter, I stand for the Progress and Development of Our
the third six-weeks period. j lence. Mr. and Mrs. David Lacy from Town.
Third grade-Janet Haines, I Palatka, also joined them there. Harry TreadwellTo
Kris Mattel, Ann Meekins, Cathy The choir is continuing a :Mr. and Mrs. McCabe got to see
Duncan, Howard McNitt. I study course on the book "Musicis the Chimpanzee that made the -- --- ----
Fourth grade-Johnny :Meigs, I Worship" by W. Morris Ford. trip into outer space while they
Diana Lucas, Susie Duncan, .The third session will be held were in Cocoa.
David Johnson, Monica Huber. I Saturday evening at 7 o'clock in My Fellow CitizensOf
Fifth Grade-Tommy Duncan I the church. This is also a requirement Visitors Friday night with Mr.
Vickie Missinne, Jo Anne WileI for the choir but and Mrs. E. M. Spivey were his
son, Patty Robbie. anyone interested in this studyis brother in law and sister, Mr. Flagler Beach:
Sixth grade-Johnny Ruth welcome to attend. and Mrs. Clyde Hooks, from
.Miller, Arthur :McDaniel, Dale Chadburn, N. C., and another
Abbott, Mickey Sindelar, Janice Mr. and Mrs. W. L. Lawrence sister, Mrs. Monica Hooks, from I hereby announce myself as a candi-
Seale, Dennis Clay. f from Palatka came Monday to Whiteville, N. C.
.I spend a short time in their date for Mayor in the coming election
CHICKEN SUPPER ocean front cottage. Mr. and Mrs. Perry Lowe from
I Moravian Falls, N. C., have been March 7th. Will certainly appreciate
The Winsome Class of the Leo (Lucky) Libbey paid a here on vacation this month.At .
Baptist Church Sunday school is I short visit with his mother and your vote and support.
planning a chicken supper to be I step-father, :Mr. and Mrs. Willis the home of Mr. and Mrs. I
in the church basement on Tues. White over the,..weekend, 'February Robert Schatz for the weekendwere Respectfully,
day, February 14... This is to I I 3 and 4. Mr. Libbey! ,was en- their son, Douglas Schatz,
raise funds for the building of,,route to Vicksburg,'.:Miss., on accompanied by Dave Snyder GEO. WICKLDJE ,
the pastorium which is under I Government business for two and Ben Benson, all from Jack.
construction. weeks. sonville. j jI

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Thursday, ,Feb. 9, 1961 THE FLAGLER TRIBUNE, BUNNELL, FLORIDA PAGE FIV1
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Joe and- John Kuenzi of Fair- 792,000. This crop will process
bury, Ill., arrived Monday for a Florida HeavyI into an estimated 176,000 tons of
a o z- 1I vacation here and other pointsIn I raw sugar and about 10 million,
I Florida. Joe formerly resided I Sugar ProducerMore gallons of molasses for livestock
here. He and John spend a vaca- feed.
tion here each year. "The growing of sugar cane-
jLOCALJ. o I sugar per acre is produced for syrup for human consump-
I Mr. and Mrs. Clyde Lewis I in Florida's everglade ,tion is an entirely different op-
spent the past weekend in I lands than in any other part of eration and not included in the
Bunnell o. E. S. Attends Funeral .1 Haines City and Tampa. Mr. continental United States, the above figures. In 1959, Florida
I Lewis attended a meeting in I Florida State Chamber of Com- farmers planted about 2OQa
Plans Friendship :of Mrs MetcalfMr. Tampa on Sunday, and they i merce says. acres to cane for this purpose-
Program Tuesday' I and Mrs. Jerry Stalling of 1 visited with friends in Haines "From three to four tons of and produced 333,000 gallons of
I East Palatka and Mrs. W. E. I I City. raw sugar per acre have been I syrup. Leading counties were
Bunnell Eastern Star Chapter in order, Jackson, Glades, Gads
Kudrna of Bunnell attended the J j processed from Florida cane in
will meet on Tuesday evening I I den, Calhoun, Madison, Wash-
funeral of their. cousin, Mrs. Mr. and Mrs. Johnny Mercer recent years compared with
in the Masonic Hall at which I'Mayme :Metcalf in Palm Beach spent the past weekend in Co- about half that amount from ington, Leon and Holmes. Pro-
time they will have their Friend I I I duction
from to-
I.Monday. lumbus, Ga., visiting with their Louisiana cane. Beet sugar pro- ranged 57,000
ship Night Program, Secretary :Mrs. Metcalf had resided there son, Paul, who is stationed with duction stands just under the 13,000 gallons in these counties.
Martha Mercer said today. I l for the past fifty years going the Army at Ft. Benning. Florida figure. Florida produc- "All told, 50 counties scattered
Plans also being made for
are I there from Daytona Beach. She tion is also more favorable than throughout the entire state grow
the installation of officers to be
and her late husband, Charles I Those from Bunnell who re- cane operations in Caribbean I sugar cane for syrup productionon
held Saturday evening, Febru- I I farms," the trade body con-
Metcalf, formerly owned property cently attended the District Six I islands.
ary 25.GOLDEN. in Espanola and .spent some I Junior Woman's Club meeting in 1 "Cane for the production of cluded.A .
time there each year. Cocoa were Mrs. Frances Mercer, sugar is grown in Henry, Glades
CIRCLE CLASS I Mrs. Joann Peavy, and Mrs. I'and Palm Beach Counties. Last high quality egg, when
MEETING IS POSTPONEDThe RONALD RUTHERFORD I i Carol Jean Atkinson. year some 50,000 acres were har broken out, has a high stand-
Golden Circle Class of the II[JOINS AIR FORCE i I :vested and the crop came to 1- ing yolk, well-centered and
First Baptist Church has post-I I A/B Ronald E. Rutherford, who I I Mrs. Tommy Salyerds was in 757,000 tons of cane worth $13- banked in thick white.
poned their meeting until March I formerly resided here with his j i Augusta last Thursday. She was -
because of the conflict of the parents, has, joined the Air Force ::accompanied home by Mr. Sal
Sweetheart Banquet on the I and is stationed at Lackland Air :I yerds who has spent several INSURE-Stay Insured & Rest Assured.
same day. .I\Force Base in Texas. i I I weeks there receiving treatmentat
The meeting will be held at. He said he would like to hear the Veterans Hospital.
GET THE BEST PROTECTION FROM
from his former schoolmates.His .
the home of Mr. and Mrs. Wil-
ber Holdridge on the Espanola' address is AF 14746588, CARD OF THANKS I
Road. Flight 48, Box 1523, Lockland Words cannot adequately ex- i H. T. COOK AGENCY
I AFB, Texas. press our deep appreciation for
the many kind and sympatheticacts I Citizens Bank Bldg. Bunnell, FloridaI
SWEETHEART BANQUETAT Mr. and Mrs. John Hornsbyand that came to us at the timeof
BAPTIST CHURCH little daughter Tammy, of our recent bereavement. -
WEDNESDAY EVENINGThe Martinsville, Va., were guests of Roscoe Lynn and family. I
annual Sweetheart Ban- I her parents, Mr. and Mrs. L. L.
quet will be held in the educa- I Harris, for the past week. FEMALE BREADWINNERSFemale I
tional building of the First !I ,SONNY WHEN STOP IN AT *SFLAGLER
Baptist Church on Wednesday Guests of Mr. and Mrs. L. L. lions usually serve as t HOW DO VDU (ALIKE ,
evening at 6:30, February 15. Harris over the past weekend the family breadwinners. Tow- I SCHOOL? cm) HARDWARE
All married couples who planto .were their son and daughter in ard sundown, ladies of the pride A
attend are asked to call Mrs. t law,.Mr. and Mrs. Clinton Harris I I I emerge from cover and stalk AND LEARN OF
Thomas Pinner, ID 7-3347, for of Fernandina.Mr. I t I prey grazing on the plains. THEIR WONDERFUL
reservations by Saturday, the I Ij j!I Shunning work, the maned VALUES OF THE SERVICE AND ]
i and Mrs. Don Alford of I I males remain on the sidelines- r THAT GOES
11th.Members of,, the committeesaid I Jacksonville were here Monday until it is time to appropriatethe WITH ITyOCAI
the nurser/1 T !will'be t open.1 j afternoon on business and also I I choicest p 1ion. Lionesses A6MAUV h*
for those who wish to use !,. visiting with relatives. t I I eat. next, cubs get the scraps. I _
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_.' I Freedom's I thing, he expects the handoutsto country, but some of" the old I I:sticks as a buttress against winter -

, BlessingsTo continue indefinitely. Demon I pioneer precepts of industry and I, storms. Smaller birds some

"IMEMBER" Be Earned Before strated often among individuals, II thrift could well be revived. : times hollow out homes in the

it is now being revealed by nations 'lower portions of the big nests.

Can Be as well. American aid has I OSPREY'S NESTS HUGE ..
They EnjoyedShortly ---- --
, helped some nations get on their

: after Belgium had ,feet since World War II and has I Ospreys, or sea hawks, build
11t4j/J1 1/RM, huge nests several feet in di-
granted freedom to the Congo, kept others from toppling. Yet I II
ameter and return to them
year
rebellion and rioting broke out, I there is never a time when this :
From S. A. McCrackliss: A recent aid can be discontinued. I after year. Before migrating
continue until today. In the
"I remember" letter covered i south in the fall, ospreys rein- I

everything in my early home- early stages of the uprising, This is no longer a pioneer I II force their nests with fresh ,

the large iron oven with four legs I newsmen asked the rioters the I Ii I r .

three: inches long, so large shovel reasons for the outbreak "Where _

fuls of glowing embers could be I I. are the easy jobs, the big pay, I
shoveled inside. And a large oven and the good food we have been by

lid covered with log embers. I promised?" was their reply. 1I I CA D1f
Light bread and biscuits, how delicious I Tom Dorr Prompt Service

they were! Fowl and rab- These simple people expectedthe ,

bits were hung on a chain and good things of life to come PLACE YOUR ORDER WITH US

roasted in front of the big log fire immediately, and without effort j /WELL, TODAY THE I I
and we parched corn in that same I I II I EXACT SITUATION I IV j The TribunePhone
on their part. They had not I Flagler
cooked candy and J
oven. We FATHER REMEMBER OCCURRED.
cracked walnuts and hickory nuts. yet learned that wealth must [ WHEN 1 TURNED LEFT I IDlewood 7.3282

We rode two miles once a weekto be produced before it can be I II INSTEAD OF RIGHT AND

the country store to lay in what distributed. The promise that I SMASHED THE FENDER BunnelL Florida

the farm did not provide. Saturday they would enjoy all these good I II I ON YOUR CAR? -NOTICK--..., -INTENTION---- --TO APPLY -

was real preparation for a things with freedom had failedto FOR ENACTMENT OK SPK-
five mile drive or horseback ride A CIAL LKGISLATIOX COXCKRMXGFLAGLKR
I state that they must work to I COUNTY.
to mass on Sunday morning. NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN
them. t
How happy we were in those earn I that the undersigned will apply to
days. We sewed carpet rags, piece I I, the Florida Legislature at its 1961
The Congolese are simple people I I Session for passage of certain spe-
quilts, made all kinds of jellies cial legislation, which special legislation
from !
not far removed sav-
I
and preserves especially cher shall have for its purposethe
agery. Yet in their thinking they following:
I I To prohibit and make unlawfulthe
ries.Often, a neighbor would come in closely parallel many people in I I c catching or taking or attempt-

for afternoon. Mother would more highly civilized countries, I ing to catch or take shrimp, prawn,
manhayden and other fish from
say "Daughter, go chase downa I including the United States. :I I within certain areas of Flagler
will have I I0 County, Florida to-wit Withinone
chicken. We supper :Many of us subscribe to the |
(1) mile of the municipal saltwater
the cherry BUT EXPERIENCE 15 A ...AFTER IT HAPPENED.
out
new pre
and try '!, ,
theory of something for nothingof fishing pier in Flagler Beach
serves." WONDERFUL THING.IRECOGNIZED : Florida, with drag nets, haul sein
big winnings, free hand- and other devices except common
I am 91% and, although somewhat MY MISTAKE
blind, I still enjoy every outs, or government doles to I I II T IMMEDIATELY.. and hand-cast providing nets penalties and hand-dip therefor.nets.,

thing. All these beautiful snows take care of us. ,,I DATED this 7th day of February
had bring back the days 1961.
we have
SIGNED: R L. McNab Mayor
when my brother and I sat in a We continually demand more i I Town of Flagler Beach.

sleigh behind a beautiful black pay for less work, more schools 'I February Florida.9-Itc

horse with harness jingling and and roads, bigger old-age pen- -'"-- _
sleigh bells ringing. 'I :\ I IiflfP IX TILE COUNTY JUIJGK'S COURT
sions, more social benefits of all I I IN AM FOR F I.AGI.111l COUNTY -
Those were indeed happy days, kinds. And we expect to get all FLORIDA, IX PHOIIATK.
down on the farm. I CAIi"XO.
d'x 4i
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these things without paying In- a IN RE Estate of
Send contributions to this columnto creased taxes. JAMES C. BLANKENSHIP.
The Old Timer, Community Press I Deceased.
Service, Box: 59, Frankfort, Kentucky.) Once'a recipient has gotten in NOTICE TO CIiniHTOUS
Pursuant to Section 735.06. Flor-
the habit of being given some ida Statutes Notice is hereby given
_. __. that an Order has been entered
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this Court declaring administration -
I of the estate of JAMES C.
BLANKENSHIP as unnecessary.
; ;:;J'i s9.;;<' ".' Kindly goven yourself accordingly.
i i' I (Official Seal) T. K. McKNIGHT
County Judge:
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-" Now that there are small small cars Publication Dates 2/9 16-23-3/2/61

., 91 IX TilE COUNTY JUDGK'S COURT
IN AND FOIL PLAGLKR COUN
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CAFE NO. 586
IN RE: Estate of
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,: : ,,;;/: : L fl and big small cars GEORGE M. TOMPKINS Deceased.,

I NOTICE OF PHOBATK
TO ALL PERSONS INTERESTEDIN
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r and small You are: hereby notified that a
big carsu ;, written instrument purporting to
.. I be the Last Will and Testament
of said decedent has been admitted
to probate in this court. You are
I hereby commanded within the period
f of six months from the date of
and BIG BIG cars the first publication of this Noticeto
Ni.ii.J, appear in this court and show,
cause. if any you can, why the action -
of this Court in admitting said
j .AS ; will to provate should not stand
unrevoked. .
i (Official Seal: ) T. K. McKNIGHT

and everybody is 4"40 y thoroughly confused., County Flagler Judge County. Florida.

Feb. 9-16-23 & March 2-4tc


;'A.. Witake I Notice is hereby NOTICE given that a .
: municipal election will be held In

: ,.: ": a look at an unusually normal automobile t Tuesday the City, the of Bunnell 7th day Florida of March, on

A. D. 1961. for the purpose of electing
two City Commissioners, and
all persons desiring to have their
names printed upon the official
ballots as candidates are required
to file written notice of their intention
to be candidates in the office
of the City Clerk on or before
the 24th day of February A. D..
1961.Notice
I is further given that the
registration books of the City of
Bunnell. Florida, are now open for
registration of voters to and Including
the 24th day. till 12 :Noon
of February. A. D. 1961
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NANCY C. RODGERS
City Clerk
Feb. 2-9-16-23--4tc

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Bel Air l-Door Sport Seda IX' TilE CIRCUIT counT OF THE


'; THE '61 CHEVROLET. It's roomy, (} -r ;!? :. IV NO.SKVKNTII' .AND 410.3Vinicius FLORIDA.FOR JUDICIAL FLAGLRR IX CIIAXC"CIRCUIT COUNTY RY.


l' f .......... ___ V. Vasconcellos.
." Plaintiff,
re
vs.

its; luxurious, 4i:: it's thrifty.Y: It's just Betty NOTICE Louise I1Y Vasconcellos.PUBLICATION Defendant.

.. .tf/ TO: Betty Louise Vasconcellos
d Address Unknown
YOU ARE HEREBY NOTIFIED

.the right size ; | to in has that been a Complaint filed against for you Annulment and you

1R| go your garage are copy hereby of your required Answer to to the serve Complaint a-

ifi'J.; '. I on Plaintiff's attorney, Du-
',.,:., VAL and TAYLOR, whose address
rrr.w.mi. wrnr i lis 5050 N. W 7th Avenue, Miami.
Florida and WILLIAM L. WADS-
See a whole slew of them at your Chevrolet dealer's one-stop shopping center. cf rlROfrr WORTH. Bunnell. Florida, and file
.. the original of the Answer in the
office of the Clerk of the Circuit
Court on or before the 20th day
of February. 1961. If yoU fail to
do so. judgment by default will
-: See the new Chevrolet cars, Chevy Cort'airs and the new Corvette at :your local authorized Chevrolet dealer's.hN be taken against you for the relief -

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DATED this 13th day of January \
I 1961.
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(Seal) RALPH E. HARBERT r
; : Clerk of the Circuit Court '
HALL-TUMLIN CHEVROLET COMPANY DuVAL and TAYLOR
'5050 A'.W. 7th Avenue i
Miami. Florida I.
WILLIAM L. ADS'VORTH .. ,
TELEPHON:' in 7-3131 BUNNELL FLORIDA I Attorneys Bunnell Florida for Plaintiff' ..

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t Gardening in FloridaHervey flower of the home garden, they price. I Plant roses for cut flowers. in stood in the 'nursery row.
are man's best friend. I Varieties to plant can be a a separate cutting garden, be- With a slow stream of water

: Sharpe. Associate Editor They'll capture a bride, settle problem. Old fashioned favorItes I cause they're far from hand. from a hose, work the soil about
. Agricultural Extension Service a domestic tiff or serve as a I have advantages over the I some if pruned properly, covered the roots, filling the hole to the

i Roses have universal appeal. perpetual anniversary token. newcomers. These include such most of the time with protective ground level. Pack firmly and
t Aside from being the prestige Growing roses for these and roses as Louis Phillippe, ':Minnie I fungicides and denuded of flower put a sauces of earth about the

.. other reasons can develop into 1 j''I Francis, Marie Van Houtte and buds daily. plant to hold water.
t an interesting hobby. !j Safrano. Often they thrive where When the rose bushes begin to
I Select a site in a lo
But don't delay, because rose :the modern hybrid succumb to sunny leaf out, keep an eye out for
l cation. In the event the bed is
planting season in Florida is I j I the deep South's tropical temperatures diseases such as black spot,
lf located near large plants,

nearing an end for the bare- i: high humidity and protect brown canker, and powdery mil
f the rose bushes from ma-
rooted store-purchased plants.i i i disease. I dew. Insect pests that may harm
i rauding roots with a sheet of
the bushes will include aphids,
IJ For the procrastinator, con I, Except for the most dedicated metal roofing buried vertically
I thrips, pumpkin bugs, cottony-
I tainer-grown roses can be planted hobbyist, the modern hybrid along the site of the bed. cushion scale and red spider
later, but will cost a fancy roses are the hardest to grow. I Prepare the planting site prior mites.

EEtlT1AlF --- i to securing the rose bushes. If Your county agent will be

Snapshots Historic Sunlit Garden I Ii the soil is loose, light and sandy, your best source of information
: remove it to a depth of 15 inches on controlling these insects and

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put I
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memorable forever. The scene above was captured in the garden at I so that the root system PHONE HE 9.2204
Oldest House, St. Augustine, Florida. Carefully preserved, this famous I stand at the same level .
house is a well-known monument to our earliest settlers. It is gene-
rally believed that the house originated about 1599. In that year, a I S32 H3 acs
convent on the opposite corner burned and it was recorded that the
occupants took refuge in a building across the street. Fourteen families -
r have lived In the Oldest house and each succeeding generation I AA
'has left its mark. Many of the features of the house are Spanish, ;
others are distinctly Old English,'some are early American. The Old- I 1 1
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.I Bunnell Girls G Ft Fm Pts

} .Ricks 3 1 0 6 !n West Virginia I Ii

King 1 1 1 3 ,
s Westbrook 6 9 6 18

... Weaver 4 5 2 10 __
I: Tucker 0 0 0 0 [

i G. Steflik 0 0 0 0

.M. Steflik 0 0 0 0
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... t Gumble 0 0 0 0

; BUNNELL 1.V. GET :NSB J.V. G Ft Fm Pts I 14 16 9 37

NO.. 5 GAME I:Maki 6 6 4 16 a
Tt
r 5 Crescent City G Ft Fm Pts
Moore 2 4 1 -
Hot shooting by Jimmy Lopez :
Noles 5 3 2 12
. and Charlie Bratcher sparkedthe Martinelli 66 4 1 13 I
Wendel 2 4 1 5
Bunnell J.V. to their fifth Duke, J. 0 0 0 0 I
Knapp ..4 2 0 8 : .
straight win and the ninth winG I Greatrex 4 1 1 9 Robinson 0000
the Deaf and Lairn 2 3 2 6
of the season over
2 6 4 8
1 5 4 6 Hamby
Blind school of St. Augustine.The Ellison .
McKinnon 0 0 0 0
Bunnell J.V. looked good Vandergrift 0 3 1 1 .
but were weak on the free Lutze 0 0 0 0 Morris 0000 ..: s
I
::; threw line. Lopez had 21 pointsfor
. 13 15 7 33
21 26 14 56
followed Bracther
the night by -

with 7. For D&B, B. Leek Bunnell11 7 11 22 511 TOURNAMENT BASKETBALLFEB.

!' had 11 with Von Dolteran' 10. NSB 21 11 14 10 56 9.10-11 AT HASTINGSThe
; Friday night the J.V. will go
St. Johns River Conference
; for their sixth straight win Games i
Friday Night will
Basketball Tournament I -
I
Bunnell G Ft Fm Pts I CRESCENT CITY POWER open Thursday afternoon at
mountains of
Shown above is Blackwater Falls located high in the
Bratcher 3 5 1 7 GIVES BULLDOGS DRUBBING Hastings. Boys will start with River
West Virginia. Here the amber waters of Blackwater plunge
Peterson 1 1 0 2 1 Crescent City hit like lightn- Crescent City vs. Hastings at A scenic
1 63 feet over a ledge, forming a cataract noted for its beauty.
BratcherHosford 3 5 1 7 ing with Hof, Schneider and II 2:30. Bunnell will meet Taylorat land of mountains and streams, West Virginia also has a most colorful
0 0 0 0 Buchanan >and bagged the gameIn 8:30: same day. Winners of I history. It was in West Virginia that a bloody page from the days
Emery H. 0 0 0 0 the first half 32 to 17. these two games will play Fri- of our nation's struggle for freedom was recorded on'a point of land

Lopez 10 5 1 21 The game finished with the day night at 8:30.: I shaped like an Indian arrowhead.
Kuleski 1 3 1 3 Rebels ahead 59 to 30. Reid I Thursday at .4 P. ],1. Callahanwill
Cornstalk, the great Sachem at the place known as Point
R. Tucker 1 2 1 3 8 Canak- play Baldwin. The same I
Robertson had
: points, significant role Pleasant. Early on the morningof
who played a
Metts 0 0 0 0 aris 7 and H. Kuleski 6. Bulldogs day at 7 P.M. D & B will playSt. found his final resting place at October 10, 1774, the great

next action will be Thurs Joseph. Winners of these the site of his greatest battle. His Shawnee and his painted warriors
.16 16 4 36 day at Hastings against Taylor. I two games will meet Friday at I prowess and generalship ended in crossed the Ohio and approachedthe

4 o'clock. The Friday winner defeat, but it was also the sourceof point between two waters.
D & G Ft Fm Pts Bunnell G Ft Fm Pts I will meet Saturday at 9 P.M. his fame. The troops were still bedded

Brigham 0 0 0 0 I Robertson 2 6 4 8 The Bunnell girls, who drewa I In the 1700's Chief Cornstalk, down for the night, but the ele-
Ostrout 0 0 0 0 McMillan 2215 in the tournament and
bye long friend of the white man, was ment of surprise was lost when
Thilllps 0 0 0 0Leek I 0. Emery 0 4 1 1 are favored to win it, will meet I leader of the fierce Shawnee in two deer hunters spotted the war

4 6 3 11.Canakaris 2 5 3 7 the winner of the TaylorCrescent a land rich in wealth and beauty. party.
"Mais 0 0 0 0Toney Moody 0 4 1 1 City game Friday afternoonat Despite England's efforts to prevent Despite the exemplary leader-

3 7 4 W Burnsed 0 2 2 2 2:30. The Baldwin girls will a further colonization of ship of Cornstalk, when darkness
Von Dolterain 0 1 0 0 Morris 0.2 0 0 meet the Fla. D&B team Fridayat western Virginia, the Governor, fell-it was only on the Indians'
Terry 2 3 1 5 H. Kuleski 3006 I 7 P.M. Winners of Friday Lord Dunmore purchased two defeat although one fifth of the

games will play for the cham- tracts of land in the heart of the colonial army lay dead.
9"17 8 26 9 25 12 301 pionship Saturday at 7:30. We'll Indian Hunting Ground. Although The costly victory broke the
Crescent City G Ft Fm give all results of. the tourna- the Indians were aroused by this hold of the Indians on the Ohio
Hot 632 141 ment next week.In I invasion of their homeland, it Valley but it was not until three
NEW SMYRNA POWER I Butler 3 0 0 6 I was not until a group of drunken I years later that Cornstalk re-
. STOPS BUNNELL 1.V. turned emissary from
of -a
whites murdered the family peace
Schneider 1 9 8 10 1950, Suwannee Countycorn
I conflict the proud Indian nation. Both he
Friday night Bunnell J.V., its Pringer 1 3 2 4 yield averaged 12 bushelsper Chief Logan that open
out.Chief and his son were seized and brutally -
broke
back to the wall for three Colvard 3 1 0 6
pinned I acre; average from 60,000 Cornstalk vowed the wrong killed in retaliation for the
periods, smothered New Smyrna Moore -1 2 0 2 acres last year approached 30 could be avenged. Dunmore'sarmy. apparent Indian scalping of a settler -
with 22 points in the final quarter Buchanan 1 11 10 12 I I the fort.
bushels. 1,100 strong, was camped near
only to lose out, 56 to 51. Stephenson 2 1 1 5 _. I
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Coach Ralph played one of Asbury( 0 0 0 0"

the best teams of the season. '
TfSB just had too strong a bench. 18 30 23 59 ,1. : .

The J.V. has been cold on their ( NEVER I IAI
free shots in the last two games. >d .
NEEDS
But have been playing a dif- LEAD SCORERS VALENTINE
ferent brand of ball lately.

The new style of play that f. v.:- Girls -
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Coach Ralph has given the boys Lopez 140 Westbrook 83 : I

made them look good. E. Kules- Bratcher 75 Ricks 71 I .l SPECIAL /
1U had 14 points with Lopez and E. Kuleski 63 Weaver 55 '

Peterson 12 each. New Smyrna's Peterson 49 King 321 FOR Uy ) MONTH ,
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Maki was tought from the side Tucker 29 j $ 82 :

court and made 16 points. Mar- 48 ?
\ (AFTER A SMALL DOWN PAYMENT) SUN HSOItS
tinelli with 13 Ellison played a Varsity Standing -

great game of ball handling.The McMillan 92 Girls 5-1 BRINGS YOU ALLTHESEVALENTINES p

NSB boys took the second Canakaris 91 Boys J.V. 92H. 1 e0'r

win of the season from the Bulldogs Kuleski 80 Varsity 2-11

and kept their streak at Burnsed 71 ,

.five straights. Robertson 65

"Bunnell 'G Ft Fm Pis .
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"Peterson 5 3 2 12 .i'v/ ,
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McNab 0 0 0 0 Friday Night Game j af-
Bratcher 4 3 1 9 BUNNELL GIRLS' =__
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Lopez 5 7 2 12 SURGE WINS
Tolk 0 3 0 0 kj : ; WThTE
Kuleski 7 2 0 14 Bunnell girls broke away in

Missinne 1 0 0 2 the: last two minutes to hand

R. Tucker 1 2 0 2 the: Crescent City a 37-33 defeat /j :.

Garry 0 0 0 0 Friday night at Crescent City. .. : ,
Hot shooting by Sheila West- %

23 20 5 51BlackwelPs brook sparked Bunnell to victoryin :
the fourth quarter, after Crescent -

r I City began the period witha
6-point lead. Shelia finished
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up the evening with 18 points. i "
I Barbara Weaver pitched in with
t Restaurant !I4 I L crucial points in the last

18th St. & AlA I I'period, and Tally out with Linda 10 ........ ..
points for the night. Capt. AG.
Flagler Beach Revels was out for the night, Jj;! .

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