The Flagler tribune
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 Material Information
Title: The Flagler tribune
Physical Description: Newspaper
Language: English
Publisher: s.n.
Place of Publication: Bunnell Fla
Creation Date: February 16, 1961
Publication Date: -1981
Frequency: weekly
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 )
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
Resource Identifier: aleph - 001024369
oclc - 33425664
notis - AFA6237
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System ID: UF00079914:00217
 Related Items
Preceded by: St. Johns tribune
Succeeded by: Palm Coast news
Succeeded by: Flagler/Palm Coast news-tribune

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I 49, NO. 6 BUNNELL, FLORIDA, THURSDAY, FEB. 16, 1961 $2.50 A YEAR


Mothers March I FEBRUARY SET AS PAINTUPCLEANUP 20-25- I'Flagler Beach I SAFETY SET FOR PROGRAM LEGION I l lIt Demo Committee -

WEEK was announced today that Calls Meeting to
Set For This
Mayor R. L. McNab has set ,Housing Industry Post 115 of The American

the week of February 20.25.as. Legion will have a safety pro- Discuss Local BillsThe

Friday NightThe I "clean-up, paint-up week" for Plans AdvancedThe gram at its meeting next Mon

Flagler Beach. t-- day night in the communitycenter

Mothers March for the I All citizens and clubs are re- building. Flagler County Demo-

March of Dimes Drive will be quested to cooperate in. this Senior Citizens Housing Florida Highway Patrolman cratic Executive Committee will I

here on Friday evening, February beautification project, it was Associates Director William A. Smallwood will conduct the pro- hold a County Legislative Cau-

17, from 7:30 to 8:30, March stated. James told Mrs. Pal Parker yes gram, showing a film on high: cus next Thursday night, February _
.. safety. The meeting will 23, at the court house at
Chairman Bette McDaniel said terday that he will be at the way

today. Beach Monday; to' meet with a begin at 8 o'clock.Mercer 7:30. Representative William

County Drive Chairman this I group .of'Key people\ who are in- ;Wadsworth and Senator Verle A.

year is Wilfred Hunter. The goal Smythe Gets Post teresttd: in the .project being Pope will be present to discuss

for the county is $1,000. cons.ered. the proposed legislative program

Mrs. :McDaniel said the fire Of Court ClerkEmil HeNwill answer questions and Named with the people of the county.

siren will blow at 7:30, markingthe clearly: explain the economic Committee Chairman George

beginning of the march. advantages of such housing as I Tax CollectorGayle I Moody, Sr., has called the caucus -
A. of
Members of the Junior Wom Smythe. Bunneil permanent rental units and and hearing for the purposeof

an's Club will be in charge of was appointed by Gov. Farris nursing homes, Mrs. Parker said, I I giVing the people of Flagler
Mercer named last
Bryant last week Clerk of the
the march in Flagler Beach. as I "This will bring additional perI I I I County the opportunity of discussing -
Circuit Court of Flagler week by Gov. Farris Bryant as
They will conduct the drive in County. manent fixed incomes into the and hearing propose
He succeeds Ralph E. Harbert Flagler County Tax Collector to
Flagler Beach from two to five area, as well as visitors such as local bills which have been ad-
who was last Wed- succeed his father, J. Frank Mercer -
I Friday afternoon.In suspended relatives and friends." vertised and will be presentedto
who resigned last week. His
nesday by the for "ne
Favoritta Mrs. Emma Jean governor Mrs. Parker has received a the legislature in April.
glect of duty." appointment became official yes-
Strickland will conduct the letter from Gov. 'Farris Bryant terday.Mr. The public is invited to attend
Mr. has resided here -
Smythe I
drive. llrs.G.. W. Strickland expressing cooperation toward : the caucus and hear these ex-
for the several Mercer had served as tax
will be in of the drive past years, com the in further
charge goal developmentof plained by those proposing the
ing here from New York City. collector for Flagler County since
In Korona. Flagler Beach, she said. There bills.
1932 when he was appointed to
He has been employed with the
The Idlewood Club members is a growing concern that the I
Flagler Truck & Tractor Company succeed Clarence Pellicer who
will be assisted in Bunnell by important contributions that .
here as bookkeeper. I resigned at that time. Mr. Mercer
Wilfred Hunter Margaret older make is
Mrs. Mrs. persons being gave his health as his reason Rev. Jenkins
Clegg and Marie Muzyka.Mrs. .1 overlooked. "Sixty-four per cent ,
for resigning. He was elect-
Johnston is chair- Blood of the world's achieve-
Madge Drawing great
ed last year for another four- Former
man for the Bimini Section; Mrs. ments have been accomplishedby' term. Pastor .
year ,
Naomi Pellicer in the St. Johns For Colored People men who had passed their
Young Mercer is a life long
. Park Section; Mrs. Pat Cowartin 60th year," statistics show, and resident of Flagler County. He Passed Away

Haw Creek, and Sue Cobb in Thirty-eight persons appearedat nearly 3,000,000 workers over 65 has been employed with the ,,
the colored peoples blood
Espanola. are contributing over $12 billionto
Gulf Life Insurance Co. for the Rev. J. E. (Jim) Jenkins, a
drawing held Friday at the
Following the march all com the c o u n try's economic
:past several years. former pastor of the Bunnell
mittee members will meet at I Bunnell Community Center by growth. If its unemployed over I
Methodist Church, and a retired
the local Blood Bank. Fourteen
the home of Mrs. McDaniel on 65, who have been forced to retire "
I pints was obtained at this draw- Bunnell P.-T. A member of the Florida Methodist -
Pine St. to make their report and were allowed to work another '
Conference, died January 18
for refreshments. W-: -v" $4 biliiop woUld' be avail
Members of the"'f cal, committee able.G. Holds Election.of in Vero Beach. Funeral services
J' and interment held there
was on
'I expressed their appreciationto Warfield Hobbs, chairmanof
Mrs. Wills Dies all those employers who provided the National Committee of Officers ThursdayThe January 20. i iI
Rev. Jenkins had served
I as a
transportation to the the Aging, points out that half I

Tuesday Morning :I drawing.A of America's 9,000 scientists and Bunnell Parent-Teacher Methodist Minister more than I

drawing for white peoplewas 32,500 engineers over 65 are re Association held an election of 50 years. He came to the Florida j I

officers Thursday evening.Mrs. Conference from the Alabama -
held yesterday afternoon at tired. "We talk of educating
Mrs. Jean Marie Wills died the Community Center. George Clegg was re- Conference in 1933. He came
in science he said
youngsters ,
early Tuesday morning at the i I elected to serve as president another to Bunnell in 1934 and servedas
"but we overlook those we already -
local hospital, following a long I year. Mrs. Keith Lovell pastor of the Bunnell Methodist -
Mrs. Odell have. A scientist in the
illness. CleggTo was named as the president Church until June, 1936.
hand is worth two in the cradle.
Mrs. Wills was born in Phila- elect. Mrs. Joe White was elect Since his retirement, he has ,

delphia, Pa., and resided there Appear In A luncheon is being arrangednext ed secretary, and John Cannon resided in Vero Beach. He had
week to further the plans
until she came to Florida in treasurer. served as Minister of Visitationat

1956. She resided in Miami: until Musical ProgramMrs. ;for Flagler Beach's development Guest speaker for the eveningwas the Methodist Church of Vero
Mrs. Parker said.
she came to Flagler Beach Fred Karl of Daytona Beach Beach since 1956. He had servedas

about three years ago to reside. Odell Clegg will be one }i who spoke on "School Laws and pastor there several years

She was a retired nurse and was of the four soloists singing ina Effects on Our Children." Rev. ago. He was honored at a "Jim '
76 of She concert in St. Augustine February -World Day of Jenkins
years age. was a Thomas Pinner led the devo- Day" celebration at the

member of the Women of the 17. tional. church there about a year ago.

Moose, Philadelphia Chapter No.1 The program is sponsored by I About 100 members attended Survivors include his widow,
4. the St. Cecilia Club of St. Augustine Prayer To Be the meeting. Mrs. Helen M. Jenkins of Vero

is survived sisters I and will be at 8:30: in I Beach three '
She two
by Changes in the bylaws were ; sons, Major JamesE.

and several neices in Philadel the evening at the Art Center accepted as revised by the com- Jenkins, Jr., USAF, Houston,

phis.The. there. The artists are from the Observed Here mittee. The changes included: Texas; John Jenkins of Macon,

Rosary will be said at studio of Serge Borowsky of "not less than four meetingseach Ga.; and Rev. Robert Jenkins of

Craig Funeral Chapel here at 8 Jacksonville and the accompanist The. World Day of Prayer will school year." In the past St Petersburg; two daughters,

o'clock tonight. Thursday). will be Mrs. Bion Barnett. be observed at the First Methodist the by-laws called for meetings Mrs. James Baldwin of Vero

Funeral services will be held Mrs. Clegg will sing in Italian Church of Bunnell from 9:30 each month. Under the new bylaws Beach, and Mrs. H. B. Wither-

from St. Setphens Catholic and English from operettas and to 10:30, Friday morning, Feb- the number of meetingsmay spoon of Santa Ana, Calif.

Church at 9 o'clock Friday morn- broadway shows, including two ruary 17. be set each year by the Mrs. Jenkins' address now is

ing. Interment will follow in duets with Gene Masters of St The prayer services,are being executive board.EXPLORER. 2126 19th Ave., Ft. Pierce, ,Fla.

St. Mary's Catholic Cemetery in Augustine. Mrs. Clegg is the sponsored by the United Councilof
Miss Odell Strickland of ,
former \
Korona. _, Church Women. The Council Club Will
Bunnell. Repeat #
includes women of many denom- POST
Other artists Dr. Anson
lions Club Plans are inations, and it is being sponsed -
Mellon and Daniel Green of ELECTS OFFICERS Popular MinstrelThe
here by theVoman's Societyof
Jacksonville. The public is in-
Pancake BreakfastEleven Christian Service. The prayer Explorer post 472 held an elec. Flagler Beach Woman's

vited. services will be held around the tion for officers recently, and Club minstrel show, staged at

members of the Or- world in most all countries dur- those elected were: Jeff Seale, Flagler1 Beach three weeksago,

mond Beach Lions Club met BUDDY MOORE HAS ing the 24-hour period. post president; Tommas Min- will be repeated by popular request -

with the Bunnell Lions Club at Ray Mercer will serve as or- chew, vice president; Paul Sta- at the Bunnell Community -
the club luncheon meeting Monday ganist and Mrs. Robert French ton, secretary-treasurer;. Dan Center (city hall) on Friday

noon. Four other guests Buddy Moore, a fourth graderat will sing a solo. Rev. Reynolds Frailey and Don McNab, district night, February 24.

were also present. Flagler Beach Elementary Hoover of Flagler Beach will cabinet representatives.: The show which is composedof

The program for the meetingwas School, furnished the school bring the message. Others The post also selected emerg- all local talent, was stagedat

presented by Coach Cliff1lcGrift with some authentic early American taking part on the program will ency service as a specialty. In the Flagler Beach schoolhouse

of Bunnell High School firearms, including a 31- be Mrs. Ray Mercer, Mrs. Walter starting this specialty, the post and played to an over-

who showed a film on basket. caliber cap-and-ball revolver Cody, Mrs. Allen: Reynolds, and has purchased a short wave flow house. Many who held
and a single-action Colt 45 Fron- Mrs. George Clegg. A collectionfor transmitter and receiver set with r tickets were not able to see the

ball.The club voted to hold a Pan- tier Special. the :Missionary Project of the some of the money received I Show and they have been requested

cake Breakfast Saturday, Febru- These guns are on display. in United Church Women will be from the ham, dinner that was I to stage the show In
ary 25. The time and place will the main hall. taken. held a few weeks ago. Bunnell.

be announced later. The WSCS of the church is I Thomas Polk, Bruce Eberhard- Theo Weber directed the show

The local club has contributedto Swine production in Floridais sponsoring the service but every inger, and Howard Bowers were and also served as organist., The

the Colombia Relief through valued at some $10,000,000each I one is invited to attend. The new members welcomed into public is invited to attend Tickets -,

CARE. year. nursery will be open. the post. I will be available at the door.



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PAGE TWO THE. ,:FLAGLER TRIBUNE, "BUNNELL, FLORID A;* *"* -_. _, .-Thursday, eb.il961.

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(of the conference cage tournament ,I Pacetti led Callahan!infthe j win I .ROQUEFORT MOLD

-- with 11 points along with Harry j I The blue mold that givesMtoquefort -

Bill Butler tossed. in 22 pointsfor 1 i Stratton with 16. cheese its distinctive

the Rebels, while Harry I' I
I flavor is Penicillium roqiieforti,
Crescent the finals
Stratton was high man for Cal 1 City gained
similar to the mold that
lahan with 15. with a 51-21 landslide over the .I produces

Bunnell Bulldogs in another Fri penicillin.
Crescent City shot to an early
I I I day. Henry Hof led the Rebs
lead and was never hard pressed.
I with 15 and Schneider -1
points Chip
The Rebels were seeded No. 1 in FREE PAINTOne
r I
had 14. Kuleski
i the tournament. I was high I

ST. JOHNS myERCONFERENCE the semi-finals by defeating for the losers with 7 points.In extra gallon of your choice I

PLAY ID I & B. Dragons 46 to 40. The GIRLS DIVISION the girls competition, Bun- with each gallor you buy I''

.Dragons played a hard game I, nell defeated Crescent City, 31.25
Bulldogs Pull First Round Upset and held the Flashes 34 to 31 The Baldwin High girls scoreda with Alice Henby leading the Mary Carter Paint StoreAlso
60 to 42 victory over Bunnell
i in the third quarter. The Flashes way with 9 points. Isla Wendell Weatcate whooping Outer i
The Bunnell Bulldogs, with a :; caught fire and scored 10 points t High to cop the girls' championship. .I'also had 9 for Crescent City. \

recordof 2 wins and 11 losses, I straight in the fourth quarter I Baldwin toppled D & B school
pulled one of the biggest upsets With seven minutes to go,
The Dragons were held scoreless Lassies in a close 67.51game TV SERVICE
wins in the first round of the I i Baldwin Held a slim two-point ;
until the last thre and a half I that sent the Lady Indians into
!lead, but Diana Griner, star
St. Johns Conference' Basketball |
minutes of the game, which was i the finals against Bunnell. Diane
Baldwin forward,. tallied 23 ALL MAKES
Tourney Thursday. too late, and the subs, of the Griner led Baldwin with 41
I I points in the closing whirlwind. Agent For
The bulldogs knocked off Tay- Flashes finished the iame. finish. All told, she scored 42 points and Joyce. Gray led the

. lor High who previously had I Lassies with. 29. Iris Biggin- ,
Jim Meehan, with 16 points, I I points for the champion lasses. RCA & PHILCOTUBES
beat the Bulldogs twice. Bun- Third seeded Callahan botham played well for Bald
and Frank Dupont with 12, led
nell took an early lead and I I I 'win along with Peggy Smith as
the Flashes while Fred Carter semi-final test Friday night & ANTENNAS SOLD
hung on to outlast a good effort I did Gloria Snowden and Mary
I second seeded
was almost the whole show for by defeating the AND INSTALLED
by the Taylor team. in the D&Bwithl6. I St. Joseph Flashes, 4330. The Spell of the lassies. r I

final quarter. 1 I.winners' led the Flashes 30.16 I TUBES TESTED FREE

I Third seeded Callahan jumped ,I.at halftime and were never RCA VICTOR
Bunnell led 10 to 5 at the end
out to a quick lead in the first ,headed.
of the first quarter and 21 to 17 1 I LIVING COLOR TV I TVBobFLAGLER 1
quarter on five baskets by i I I Frank Dupont played an out- .
at the half. The Bulldogs tooka "LOOK FOIl TilE 1'ICTL'IIKIX
I Wayne Thomas and good rebounding floor for the
standing game TilE WINDOWSouthern t
comfortable 34 to 24 lead in
by Doug Farley to Flashes and Billy Redman and Radio & Television ; BEACH

the third quarter. Taylor never i win their way into the semi Jim Meecham each scored 10 226 E. Granada-Ph OR 7-2001 PHONE HE 9-2204 1
could overcome that lead and ORMOND
finals as they scalped the Baldwin points in a losing cause. JackMcDANIEL'S .
the Bulldogs went on to win 46 I
Indians 56 to 44. I I ----
to 37. Harry Kuleski had 8

points in the third quarter and Harry Stratton with 18 points i

finished up the night with 16. and Wayne Thomas with 14 led I II I
Bill Smelt led Taylor with 13, Callahan. Stevens Adams, a L

.nine coming from the foul line. i t jump shooting guard, led Bald- j I

The first game of the tourna- win with 14 points. : J


City Rebels who buried the WINS' I !I
j Company
Hastings Spudsters 70 to 22. Bill
. Butler with 17 points and Earl Service Station Building Supplies j I "LET US FLOOR YOU" J
LLB Colvard with 11 led the Rebs The Crescent City Rebels won Armstrong & Kentile

:' with Reserve Mike Moore with the St. Johns Conference basketball STANDARD OIL PRODUCTS CEMENT CEMENT BLOCKS Sold and InstalledAll

10. For Hastings, high man was STEELFlagier
championship at Hastings, Tires-Batteries-Minor Repairs Work Guaranteed
Rex Knorr with 8. The second scoring an easy 67 to 49 victory Beach HE 9-2254 Ormond Beach OR 7.3181

seeded flashes of St. Joseph's I over Callahan High in the finale Bunnell ID 7.7119

.. Academy won their way into I I I CLEANERS I FURNITURE

Biddle Gulf ServiceGASOILLUBRICATION Ormond Bedding and
Furniture Co.

7 A.M.-10 P.M.-7 Days EVERY CLEANING J $10 Tradein Covers Down Payment

State Lambert US 1-ID 7-7190 I '
S ADS Oren Dally S to. 6 I 68 Granada, Ormond Deb. OR-6-ll.
Phone ID -3188 .
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Colonial Service StationEARL
115 N. Bay St. Bunnell, I GARDEN SHOP
Listings under thla heading are 3 cents per word each insertion, E. RICE. Proprietor .
75 cents la minimum charge. Gray's Garden Center
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FOR RENT-two and three-room FOR SALE-Charming new 2 I CONCRETE PRODUCTS Headquarter for Gardening Need
'1 Ceramics, Gifts, Dry Arrangement
I furnished apartments. Week, bedroom home in Flagler Beach. Materials
month,permanent. Utilities furn- Tile roof, terrazzo floors, stylish HIWAY 1 BUNNELLSullivan's Your "Q" For ConcreteDial Annuals Shrubbery Fertilizers

ished. Capitol Motel (under new kitchen-dining room. Sodded CL 3-8113 TORO LAWN MOWERS

ownership) at Korona. waterfront lot; direct access to I] 147 Tomoka Avenue-Ph. OR 7-051
Gulf Service
Feb. 16tiWANTEDa Inland Waterway. Take 2nd St.

--- i to end, turn rt $12,800. Contact GULF I Quillian's Concrete Inc. HARDWARE

good reliable man local broker or P.O. Box 457, I
to supply customers with Raw- Flagler Beach, Fla. Dec. 1-tf THAT FAMOUS PAINT
Beach Information"Specializing
leigh Products in Flagler "Co. in Service and DRUG STORES Exclusively at
FOR RENT on the ocean' 1 and I I Clean Rest Rooms"In lc4
See C.D. Gall, R No. 2, Box 223,
2 bedroom apartments The Heart of FlaglT Beach :
completely ? FLAGLER BEACH
Palatka, or write Rawleigh's, i I I Anderson Drug Store I
furnished, utilities included. Cl/l, l1'1HARDWARE
DeptFAB360.127, Memphis, I !
Sensible rate day, week, month, I AUTO REPAIRS -- Prescriptions
Tenn. Feb. 16.23 & Mar 9.3tp Sick Room Supplies Flagler Beach HE 9.2103
j[or permanent Sun Sea Motel EDGAR'S GARAGE I

FOR: SALE-Large stucco 2bedI I,formerly Flagler Manor).- 24-Hour Towing Service Sundries Village Hardwar. Center !

room, living and dining room, I!19-15-tf BUNNELL }
sleeping porch, outside shower.
1 block ocean, partly furnished, I Automatic Transmission Service Match and mix any color
Wheel Balancing-Front End Moody's PharmacyFlagler
fireplace, Flagler Beach, Centralat DISTRICT DIRECTORIf Alignment Builder's Supplies Kitchenware

22nd, $6,500. W. T. Lloyd, :40 Granada Ormond-OR 7-OS93 County's Corner Drug store GIFTS GREETING CARDS

owner. 2-9-2tp I cations you have and the are following looking qualifi-for a PRESCRIPTIONS AlA Ormond Beach CL 2-0420

-- -- solid future,we have what we be- AUTOMATIC TRANSMISSION DRUGS SUNDRIES
FOR SALE-Flagler Beach house lieve to be the finest opportunityever I JEWELER

party furnished. Two bedrooms, offered in this district. I FOUNTAIN SERVICE I
1. You must be male HOLLY HILLHYDROMATIC
CCB, large lot, located on Pal- 2. Age 25 to 58 years SERVICE BunnelL Fla. Phone ID 7.3661 O. F. BEACH "\

metto Ave. in Venice Park. Price 3. A good credit standing in I Jeweler
your local community Rebuilding Elgin Watches-Diamonds ; I
Repairing -
$8,500.00. Call Ed Mathews, I 4. A very moderate amount of ORMOND PRESCRIPTION '
Gainesville FR 69064. capital for parts and equipment Central Florida's tint specialists In I I PHARMACYSick Exceptional Gifts ,
inventory fully
Dec 1-Tf. secured) 1239 Rldgewood Holly Hill Room SuppliesSundries24Hour Watch Repairs-Engraving I
5. A station or pick-up OR 7-1381 48 '
wagon W. Granada Ormond Beach
FOR RENT-Unfurnished large truck helpful but not essen- Prescription Service OR 7-2384

2-bedroom garage apartment.Call tial to start BAR AND PACKAGE STOREBAMBOO Free Delivery in Flagler BeachRt.
6. Some mechanical knowl-
AlA 1 ml. North of PAINTING
HE 9.2318, or see Zeke edge helpful, but not essen- ORMOND BEACH-TeL OR 7-1661 CONTRACTOR
tial (company will train I
Chaffee. 11-17-tf qualified applicants)
7. To start you must have at Thompson PharmacyYour R. Moody
FOR SALE Your best buy in least 3 to 5 hours available I Health Is Wealth -

town. New 2 bedroom home. Tile each day LOUNGE
Qualified applicants will be flownto
bath, electric kitchen, screened the home office for thorough I Open Under New ManagementCome

porch, terrazzo floor, extra big training paid.and This returned is not vending all expenses -, In and Get AcquaintedOcean In Our Hands ID 7.3240

garage with half bath. Water I or a gimmick. type operation, but Beach Ormond Drug A Prescription Shop BUNNELL, FLORIDA
**' Blvd AlA Flagler
front lot. Third house on Avalon is a r* *' '* t'"Incss proposi- 141 w. Granada-Ormond 7-1421

Ave., in Venice Park. I II f -ly MDloTEUVISIONPAUL'S
AND tMA. Y. ****** w*! hideI

3 bedroom 'home, 2 tiled baths, I I 517 Bamboo Lane HOTEL BAR Walgren AgencyPRESCRIPTIONS Atenna Sales & Installations

big electric kitchen, Florida
Clearwater. Fla. "The Meeting Placeof Authorized Sales RCA VictorWe
room, 2 single,garages, and work Flagler County"
I. Sick Room Supplies Sundries repair all other TV A Iladle met
shop or boat house on water
tjlm and Yvonne Serving" 19 W. Granada 4 Te. Ormond Beach 1370 Ocean Blvd AlA I
front lot. Third house on Lantana OR ':-3=0
Ormond Beach OR 7-2852 i
Ave., Venice Park. See JOHNSTON'SFLAGLER \


Ave., HE 92196. 12.15-tf LOTS HOMES, OCEAN: FRONT BOTTLE GAS _
WATER FRONT, FARMS, I Wagon Wheel Nursery
FOR RENT-furnished. 2 bedroomone I I ACREAGE BOTTLE or BULK PHILLIPS 66 GAS & OILS Shade Trees, Potted Plants i
;>> bath house Daytona Ave., I I See- us for your real estate needs HOME GAS COMPANY Delivery in the County on Shrubs

Flagler Beach. Completely ren I.1 Office Phone HE 9-2242- OWNED : Fuel Oil Kerosene, Tractor Fue 1.000 plants free: one with every t
ovated. $65.00 month. PHONE ID 7-3551 dollar you spend. Thousands of j
per Keys 1 Residence Phones ID 7.3691 GasolineU.S. varitles at reduced prices. Best in .
be picked at Sullivan's Help Flagler County Grow town. '
can up
Gulf Station. Nov 10-tf'I or ID 7.3517 By Shopping at Home 1 N. Bunnell ID 7-3676 .54S S. U.S. 1 nwy, Ormond Beach


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TIPS FOR MEN\ for your suit and sports jackets. efforts can be negated by repeatedly vent cracking,will lengthen the in a drawer to prevent stretch
One of the prime: requisites: of using the back of a life of your shoes and, of course, ing.,
ON CLOTHES CARE a well. fitted suit, or sports jacket chair for hanger- or by using will keep them at their good-
is the manner in which it the wire hangers that cleanersuse looking best If your shoes get 8. Pair off and roll your socks
Want that hugs the neck. It should not to "service-tsyle" after each wash-
good-looking ward- deliver garments. wet, allow them to dry out on
robe to look as neat six months buckle or bulge at the collar- shoe trees AWAY FROM RADIATORS ing. This will save your precious
later? Follow these 10 clothingcare bone. In order to accomplish 2. Use trouser hangers that OR OTHER SOURCES OF time in the morning and pre- .

hints offered by the American this correct fit, designers spend suspend slacks and suit pants HEAT. Then apply a good shine. vent mismatched hosiery.
Institute of Men's and Boy's endless hours improving their by the cuffs. These help shed 6. Your felt hats will last a 9. Don't allow your raincoatto
wrinkles and
Wear.L patterns and tailors carefully prevent the un- lot longer and keep their good get too soiled. If it is of wash-
"work" the cloth. All of these sighly cross-creases made by appearance if use a soft
you wear construction, wash it If
Use shaped wooden hangers hanging across a hanger bar.
brush (not a whiskbroom) and not, have it cleaned and repro-
3. Do NOT wear the same I brush them before each wearing. cessed.
jacket, slacks or suit repeatedly.The .I After a wetting rain or snow,
10. Make sure your warm
I I CANDY Tombborr I fabrics are woven of fibers turn brim up (never set hat weather clothes are stored in a
that require "rest" Most good
down with brim snapped)* turn dry place, that they are protected
cloths will return to and
press down the leather sweat band against dust and that they I
shed wrinkles if given a day or and allow to dry at room tem- are hung on the right kind of
I CANT CONTINUE \ two on proper hangers between perature. hangers. Spring will behere 11
FATHER 1WRE POSITNELY AND HAVING I 4. If a garment should get 7. Your ties will last longer J i I before you know it, and who
MIGHT areJ I needs mildewed, dirty, ill-shapen
DATES.X soiled or spotted, have it cleanedas and look better if they I
quickly as possible. Do not knotted for each wearing. Don't I summer
allow the stain or spot to "set. knot the tie and then slip it THE OUTBOARDER I
If possible, go over the spot immediately over your head. Use a tie rackto
with a clean rag store ties. Ties carelessly Authorized Evinrude Dealcr I
dipped in warm,'- clear water. thrown in a bureau drawer will BOATS ACCESSORIES REPAIRS
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fc : "' fa'Jer each The World Day of Prayer the WSCS of the Methodist I AWAYMrs.

:. :service for Flagler Beach will beheld Church on Friday evening in Marie Paytosh of Cleve-

'I Friday, February 17, from the Woman's Club building wasa land, Ohio, sisiter of Mrs. Anna
- LUNA BABBITT v 12 to ,3 P.M. in the Community successful project with over Zamba of Flagler Beach, passed

Telephone HEmlock 92039 I Memorial Church. This will bea 300 people being served. The away at the Halifax Hospital in

" union service with the.Meth- club was decorated in typical Daytona Beach shortly after
,., FLAGLER WOMAN'S CLUB JUNIOR WOMAN'S CLUB 1 odist, Baptist and Community Swedish custom and the varietyof midnight Tuesday morning aft-
The flag salute and the Lord's I Churches taking part. food was tempting to the er a brief illness.
. The Junior Woman's Club is
Prayer opened the business The general chairman is Mrs. most fastidious diner. The WSCS Mrs. Paytosh arrived in Flag-
- assisting the Idlewood Club with
t; meeting of the Flagler Woman's I the :March of Dimes drive by Harry Treadwell, president of women have decided to make it ler Beach Saturday for a visit
Club last Wednesday afternoon the Woman's Society of Christian I an annual affair. with her sister, Mrs. Zamba. She
conducting the Flagler Beach
t in the club building with Mrs.I Service, and she will be as- ; I was hospitalized Monday morning ,
part. It is to be on the eve-
Frank Brede presiding. I sisted by Mrs. Millard Brock, Tom Galloway, E. W. Eatman and died shortly after midnight -
ning of Friday, February 17, and
, Mrs. Brede called for the usual president of. the Baptist WMU, and George Preston went last
club members plan to start at
f" reports from committee chair- I and Mrs. Harry Cash, presidentof week for their training at the Mrs. Zamba and her son, Al
6 P.M. so that it will be com
men and after the reports was the Community Memorial Air National Guard in Jackson Zamba, accompanied the bodyto
i pleted in time for their card and
read by the treasurer, Mrs. Church Guild. The public is in- ville. Cleveland where funeral serv-
game party that evening at 8.The
Esther Heydt, it was voted to vited. ices and interment was held.
, pay, several hundred dollars on card and game party was I Miss Flora Gage entered the
postponed from last Saturday to (More on,age 6)
the club house mortgage which Judson Stryker and his father, Halifax Hospital in Daytona
this evening and it will
. is the second payment to be Friday I J. P. Stryker, and Ben Benson I Beach this week. for medical .................. .
be held in the' Woman's Clubbuilding -
made this year.It made a business trip to Jacksonville attention. j :
at the beach. On the F. ALFORDRegistered
was voted unanimously tot Saturday.Mr. I
committee Mrs. Laura
party are:
sponsor Miss Joanne Preston as Mr. and.Mrs. John J. McClan-1 I
Reynolds, general chairman, and
the club's representative in the and 1lrs.Valter Bennett ahan of Elberton, Ga., !:Real Estate Broker
. Mrs. Teresa Humphrey is on the
Miss Bunnell High Contest. were weekend visitors in Jack- cationing in Daytona Beach this
refreshment com m i t t e e. The Bunnell, FloridaCommunity
Mrs. Earl Thiel, program sonville.Mr. week and they visited here on I I
public is invited and they may
chairman, announced that H. T. Tuesday with Mr. and Mrs. Otis
bring their own"game equipment -
Cook would be guest speaker at and Mrs. Roy Parkman Magee. They are former resi i
1! if they like. A smal Ido-
the social meeting of February arrived Friday from Waynes- dents of Bunnell.
nation is required.
22nd, begnning at 2 P.M. His I ville, N. C., to spend several I
topic will be "Wills." Hostesseswill weeks at their cottage here. Mrs. Mamie Malisch from Ber- Memorial ChurchIDterdenomlnationa'
be Mrs. Keith Lovell, Mrs. Mrs. Parkman is a sister of ,
Charles Bondy and Mrs. Ray I Winsome Sunday School Harold Massie. here with her son in law and
Lehr. Members are urged to at- Class of the First Baptis Church t daughter, Mr. and Mrs. Charles
i Daytona Ave.
tend and bring a guest. I I met Friday evening at the home I Mrs. Minnie Cribbs from Jack- Sindelar. \!
Mrs. Helen Kruger was ac- I of Mrs. Margaret Aaron. Final sonville spent the weekend here FLAGLER BEACH

cepted and welcomed as a new I plans were made during the visiting at the home of Mr. and Miss Tess Massie came from I''i Sunday School 10:00: A.M. !

member. Mrs.: Grace Clay, safe- business meeting for the chicken Mrs. George Miles Moody.Mr. Rollins College in Winter Parkto I Church Service 11:00 A.M.

ty chairman and hostess, intro- supper they had at the churchon spend Saturday here with III : R. W. DICKERT. Pa*torEVERYOXB \
duced G. H. Neeley who spoke Tuesday evening, after rep- and Mrs. Raymond Martel her parents, Mr. and Mrs. Harold I WELCOME

on highway rules for safety. ports from Mrs. Walter Bennett, and children, Chris and Phil, Massie. I (

Deputy Walter Eberhardingerwas Mrs.. E. M. Spivey and Mrs motored to Quincy to spend the ,
also present. Mrs. Clay Clarence Weaver who served on weekend with relatives. !

served dainty refreshments at I the committee. I Wish To Announce

the conclusion. Richard Heroux, recent graduate
Guests of Mr. and Mrs. Brad- of the University of Florida, That I am a Candidate for Comissioner, Town of

FLAGLER BEACH'METHODIST ford Bowen are Mr. and Mrs. stopped over Friday nighto visit Flagler Beach, and will Appreciate Your Vote and

CHURCH 'Archie McQueen of Bogota, N. J. his brother .in law and sister, Support. .

Sunday school, 9:30 and morn- l I and Mr. and Mrs. Justin Mc- Mr. and Mrs. Tom Galloway, on I stand for the Progress and Development of Our

ing worship 10:30 A.M. All meet- Guirk of Windham, X. J. The his way to accept a position Town.

ings are held in the Flagler I i McGuirks arevon. their way to with Western'Eelectric,Companyin .1 r" Harry Treadwell
Woman's Club building. I Miami for r trip to Jamica. Burlington, N. C.


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-I I[Augustine. -I I GEORGE MOODY. SB. I excellent care.
The couple left for a wedding CELEBRATES BIRTHDAY !Irs. Dorothy Daugherty

. I I trip to Key \Vest, Florida._ ANNIVERSARY SUNDAY Mary Jo I
:Mrs. Etta Hughes.
I II I George Moody, Sr., was honored
CAROLYN HART KELLEY o at a birthday dinner cele-

LOCALJo I I Mr. and Mrs. James J. Kelley bration at the home of Mr. and
Mrs. M. B. Fuller Sunday noon.
I of Bunnell are the parents of a
I daughter, born in the Halifax Those attending included alII

COUNTRY CLUB MEETS MILLER-DAVIS Hospital in Daytona Beach, Monday of his children and their fami .

.MONDAY EVENING WEDDING VOWS I February 13. She weighed .lies.
.. eight pounds and nine ounces, i
Mrs. Margie Kinney was host- SAID FRIDAY I
and has been the
given name
Mr. and Mrs. I. I. Moody and 1
ess at the meeting of the Coun- The-Johnson Memorial Hart ,
: Chapelof l lof Carolyn Kelley. Nancy Moody of Lake City were
try Club on Monday evening. i
Artesia park was the setting
visiting here Sunday, attending
The meeting was a business and J I
evening for the marriage
his father's birthday celebrationat
social session.' I of Miss Viola Miller and Mr. |t WILLIAM GENE MILLERMr. I II the Fuller home.
Members voted to sponsor .Dale Davis. and Mrs. Norman :Millerof
Jamesene Dawson in the Miss Bunnell announce the arrivalof
Mrs. Lillard White of St. Augustine
Bunnell Hi Contest Saturday The bride is the daughter of I t a son, born February 11th at
I I and her daughter, Mrs.
evening. Other ,business included Mr. and Mrs. Dell Miller of Bun- !|the Flagler Clinic and Hospital.
Juanita of Bunnell and
setting March 25th as the nell. Mr. Davis is the son of He weighed seven pounds and Haywood
Mrs. Mabel Solano of St. Augus
date for the Annual CabbageBall Mrs. Lois Davis of Tulsa, Okla. :thirteen ounces and has been f
tine attended the Florida State
and appointing committees Rev. Gerald Combs, uncle of'I named William Gene. ;
II 'Fair at Tampa two days last ....
f to" make plans for the dance. the groom, officiated at the cere- I -- -
week, returning home Friday. .ThIs five-
mony. The altar was decked I SQUARE COIN?
WMS TO STUDY :I with red and white camelias. J:HAW CREEK COMMUNITYCLUB II cent piece won't roll far if
COURSE NEXT THURSDAY MEETS WEDNESDAYThe Visiting here with Mrs. Edythe dropped by Marl Frederlchs of
I I The bride was given in marriage i Haw Creek Community i Harr and her mother, Mrs. Gus- Aruba, Netherlands West Indies.
The Woman's Missionary So I j by her brother, Sherman i I I Club met Wednesday afternoon !I sie Hilderbrandt, are Mr. and Another feature of the Caribbean
ciety of the Baptist Church will i I Miller. She of Buffalo _island: free_public .! 11ones.
wore a pale green ; at the Community Center for Mrs. W. E. Scheuer -
hold a study course on home!I suit with white accessories. Her|:.I a social meeting. Hostesses for N. Y., and Mr. and Mrs. John .

missions at the First Baptist;I' fingertip veil was of illusion.j:i the afternoon were Mrs. Robert Murray of McKeesport, Pa. They I' Windmill Grill
of Bunnell Thursday
Church on
The bridal bouquet was of or-< French and :Mrs. C. H. Cowart. are Mrs. Harr's uncel and aunt
23, from 4:30: I i
afternoon, February I
chids. and also her cousins.
I to 7:30. Miss Donna Miller served asher I I Open for BusinessU.
Mrs. Tom Pinner will conductthe Mrs. E. F. Beville and Miss
sister's maid of honor. She I I
Carrie Deen of Gainesville visit-
and will use the
wore a suit of pale lavender. Mr. S. Highway No. 1
book "The Dreamer Cometh." ed here Monday with relatives. I sincere
Jimmy Wolf was best man. May express my At OverpassOpen
of the Flagler Beach They were accompanied home
Members Rev. and Mrs. Combs honoredthe and heartfelt appreciation to the
WMS have been invited to at- couple with a reception at by their sister, Mrs. Maude Hol- I many friends who sent flowers, From 6 A. M.
land, who will spend about a
tend.A the church. The bride's table cards, and made visits while I COME IN TODAY
dish lunch will be month there.
covered was covered with a white cloth was a patient in the Flagler
served following the study and the three tiered wedding Clinic and Hospital; also my I Dave & Gloria Burnell

course. cake was decked with pale pink Mr. and :Mrs. George Geibertof !thanks to the hospital staff for I .
rosebuds. Camelias were usedon Jacksonville and son Hol -

ENTERTAINS WITH the bride's table. land, visited here during the I
BAR-BE-QUE Out of town guests included: weekend with Mrs. Geibert's I I INSURE-Stay Insured & Rest Assured

SATURDAY Mrs. Lois Davis, mother of the mother, Mrs. Maude Holland,

Dean Holland and Zack Holland groom, Miss Judy Davis, Miss I and other relatives. GET THE BEST PROTECTION PROMTS
entertained with a barbecue -I Barbara Heath and Donnie I
at the Dean Holland home: Heath, all of Tulsa, Oklahoma; Quinton Deen of Jacksonville
Saturday evening. Mr. and Mrs. Sherman Miller I visited here Sunday afternoon H. T. COOK AGENCY

Twenty-five friends and relatives and sons, 0 Ricky and Marvin, with his cousins, Mrs. Jennie
,.enjoye& the affair which I Mr. and Mrs. Eugene Miller, Mr. Black :and Mr; and Mrs.'.M. B. Citizens Bank Bldg. Bunnell, .Florida
was held on the lawn. and Mrs. Jack Nichols, all of St. I Fuller. I -
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r 11 5f*; gt &Zh1--I 1 Spray Azaleas With I CONSERVATION NEWS !I faced Research by livestock has shown, producers.that! lossesof I' tI tt t\I\

Thiram and Protect I legumes from the pasture iER tJ't

By Tilznctn W. Robinson misture can usually be attributed
Continued tram. Page.. 4 I I Ru
I 'to lack, of fertilization or
Petals From Through Florida
BIRTHDAY PARTY ]1 Blight maintenance I to overgrazing, or more -likelyto
of forage stands so as to keep !
Mr.' and Irs.cIetus Strauser}I The most effective control of both. t
a desirable balance between legumes '
entertained at their home Friday azalea is i
petal applica 1
'I and grasses, or in pro- j Legumes feed heavily on phosphorus I
at 1:30 with a birthday tion of fungicidal, sprays start- I .
viding for a succession of'' potash and lime, and I
party, honoring George Moody, ing as soon as the first flowers
grasses and legumes in the through periodic soil tests and : Prompt Service .
Sr., whose birthday was that ]i open, according to a Universityof 1 1II
application of recommended fer
permanent pasture program, is .PLACE YOUR ORDER WITH US
day. They had a birthday cake Florida plant pathologist.
of the tilizer treatments, this part of
one -
greatest problemsmost
which cut and served with I Tribune
was The
1- Flagler
coffee and punch. : Dr. ,R. S. Millin, Agricultural j t the production problem can be :II

: Extension Service says subse- I favorable to the disease overcome. With enough fertile Phone IDlewood 7-3282

Mrs. Strauser was assisted by quent applications _should be include humid periods when I! izer -and good management' one BunnelL Florida

Mrs. 'Sara Martel. Among those made at five to ten intervals the can have good grass-leggme APPLY
day I plants are 'frequently wetted j NOTICE OF INTENTION TO
present Mrs. Julia
were: Moody, I
the weather. pastures. FOR ENACTMENT OF SPECIAL -
depending on by rains and dew, and when |
Mrs.. Earl Thiel, Mrs. Keith Lov- f LEGISLATION CONCERNING
I I lie says the number of sprays the temperature ranges from 50 FLAGLER COUNTY. j
ell, 'Mrs.. Helen Marks, Mrs. Emil j According to most Flagler I NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN \
Huber .Mrs. Mary Samal, Ray will also depend on weather to 72 degrees. Shade or any County Cattlemen, two of the that the undersigned will apply to
conditions and on the length of other factor which contributes'to the Florida Legislature at its 1961
Martel and son Phil, Mr. and principal advantages of clover session for passage of certain special -
Mrs. Willam' Eckerd. blooming period, but a 'mini- slow drying of the plants also pastures are, better year-round legislation which special
mum of three will be needed. legislation shall have for Its pur-
encourage development of the
;,. grazing distribution and higher pose the following:
Weather conditions which are ,disease. To establish organize and con-
quality forage during winter stitute a municipality to be knownas
SURPRISE BIRTHDAY PARTY Dr. Mullin says a number of I and early spring. And researchhas the town of Painters Hill and

--Mrs. Nettie Bnisich entertain. Mr. and Mrs. A. G. Brantleytook fungicides are reasonably effective shown that a, legumegrassmixture to which define shall Its be territorial all of GovernmentLots boundaries

ed, on Sunday afternoon at her a trip last week to.. Dun lIon in controlling the disease, I may increase forage 2 and 3, Section 23. Township

home, honoring Tony Braddock, and also to Fort Lauderdaleto but zineb and thiram are probably r production. of 11 South.the Florida Range 31 East East Coast lying Canal East

whose birthday was Valentine visit with relatives. more effective than any I (Intra-coastal Waterway), and to
provide for its government and its
Day. Music was played by her others. I jurisdiction powers and privileges.

granddaughters, Sally and Nan- Mr. and Mrs. John R. Gal- Thiram provides a longer peri- DATED' 1961.this 14th day of Feb-

cy Dzioba, on their accordians. braith from Pensacola spent last od of protection and leaves less GIJt: 3Hlaglrr? uirUnutrIIUNNELL. ruary SA.. G. JONES ,
16 Itc '
February -
Birthday cake was served with week here at their cottage with visible residue on the blossom.Dr. FLORIDA 'i

Ice cream and coffee. his mother, Mrs. Georgia Gal- Mullin recommends a mix I NOTICE FOIl OF ENACTMENT INTENTION OF TO SPECIAL APPLY -

Guests included Mr. and Mrs. braith. ture of 1 pound of 75 per cent'' I LEGISLATION CONCERNING.FLAGLKR
i MRS. M. B. Editor COUNTY.
Peter Dzioba and daughters, thiram wettable powder per 100 : NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN

Sally and Nancy from Ormond Mrs.: Glenn Walter and daughter gallons of water, or 1 1/3 tablespoons 'I -- ---- I that the undersigned will apply 1961 to
Designated Official Publication the Florida Legislature at its
Beach, Mr. and Mrs. Charles Miss Mary Walter; and Mrs. to 1 gallon of water. j session for passage of 'certain spe-
for Public Notice of Flagler which special
Sindelar and : Mrs. Cliland from Moorehead Recommended of zi-1 II cial legislation
son Mickey, City, strength County, Municipalities therein legislation shall have for Its pur-
Eddie Kruger, Albert Degreeney.Miss N.C., stopped over Sunday to neb sprays is ilk pounds of 65' pose the following:
and the State of Florida I Creating a Flagler County Historical -
visit here with Mr. and :Mrs. per cent zineb wettable powder )j Commission and Museum.
-- --- members of
: Betty A. Meadows return- Jack Meekins. They were on per 100 gallons of water, or 11 i: Entered a> second elaaa matter I such providing commission who will and be museum; pre-

ed to her home here last week their way to Miami. level tablespoon to 1 gallon of 1i! scribing their powers and duties.;
i February 6. 1913 at the poatofflcc providing who shall be its Chairman
after being ill in the Bunnell water. j providing that
II and Secretary;
I I at Bonnell Florida under net ofMarch
hospital with an arm infection. Friends of Mrs Eleanor Shill Completely cover the flowers' expenses of such museum shall Com-be
3, lij.e.II paid by the Board of County
Miss' Meadows left shortly returning will be interested to know that with a fine mist of spray. Sprays j I I I missioners out, of the County Gen-
"I that Clerk of the
from the Florida Keys she entered the Flagler Hospital are for protection of the flowers 11 One year- $1.50 eral Circuit Fund Court of such county shall

where she will have a few and Clinic in Bunnell last week and will not cure infection II elz month n.Z5 file and record without charge his-
data collectedby
I torical material and
days "of'rest 'after her illness. for medical attention. which has already taken place. I I such commission.
DATED this 14th day of February -
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that the undersigned }wlll apply to
i ri i the Florida Legislature at Its 1961
session for passage of certain spe-
i Impala V8 Convertible Impala V8 Sport Sedan Impala VB Sport Coupe which special
!................................................................,............................................................... '..................................................,...............!. cial legislation legislation shall have for Its purpose -
1 the following:
: : Authorizing and directing the

i j I County County Commissioners Florida to pay of$14,000.00 Flagler

I per annum to be divided equally
Bunnell and Flagler Beach, from
monies received under provisionsof
I Chapter 550. Florida Statutes;
Impala VB 2.Door Sedan i Bel Air VS 4-Door Sedan said sum to be divided equally
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I purpose for which said money .
shall be used.
:i. : DATED this 7th day of February -
Signed SR.. L. McNAB.

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Bel!Air V8 Door Sedan Biscayne VB 4-Door Sedan .
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: : IN RE: Estate of
I I II Deceased.
Pursuant to Section 735.06. Flor-
: I ida Statutes. Notice is hereby given
tLJOcER' that an Order has been entered by
this Court declaring administration -
Biscayne V8 2 Door Sedan Nomad V8 4-Door 9-Passenger Station of the estate of JAMES C.
: 1..1111111111111..1,1111.......111...................1111: BLANKENSHIP as unnecessary.
i than Kindly goven yourself accordingly.
competitivemodels i S223 (Official Seal) T. K. County McKNIGHT Judge

Publication Dates 2/9 16-23-3/2/61


i of the 18 Chevrolets j CASE! NO. 586
Every one you see !
Nomad Six 4-Door Station Nomad Six 4-Door 6-Passenger Station
9-Passenger Wagon Wagons V
.... IN RE Estate of \
: here Is priced lower than comparable j jt GEORGE M. TOMPKINS
competitive models.* Proof of how easy : M Deceased.
I It is to fit a Chevy into your budget. And i: TO ALL PERSONS INTERESTED
\ : every model ,gives you Chevy's Jet- I I :
; smooth ride and. dozens %- "o- e You are hereby notified that a
... I written instrument purporting to
's of other engineering and .)_>_..... '; be the Last Will aqd Testamentof
f Nomad VS Door Passenger Station Wagon Parkwood Six 4-Door Patswigef Station Wagon said decedent has been admittedto
styling advantages your .....
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; can't find in anything "7-.woorH 'D. (; : hereby commanded within the period
J of six months from the date of
: else selling at anywhere C11E1'ROLET's _. the first publication of this Noticeto
's the appear in this court and show
i near money.
I cause if any you can. why the action -
: :: of this Court in admitting said
r, Based on a comparison of manufacturers'suggested will to provate 'should not stand
: retail prices(including Federal tax) for unrevoked.

; models t Parkwood Six 4-Door 6-Passenger Station Wagon Parkwood V8 4-Door 9-Passenger Station Wagon : I (Official Seal) T. K. McKNIGHT
: ........... .... .. I County Judge
Flagler County. Florida.
I Feb. 9-16-23 & March 2-4tcI
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t i | Is hereby given that a
I municipal election will be held in
the City of Bunnell. Florida on
t i q I Tuesday the 7th day of March,
k i A.D. 1961. for the purpose of elect-
; Parkwood V3 Door Brookwood Six 4 Door Station Brookwood V8 4-Door i Ing two City Commissioners and
[ ............................'.6-Passenger..............Station........Wagon............. 6-Passenger Wagon ..............................6-Passenger.....1........Station........Wagon............. i all persons desiring have their
," .... names printed upon the official
ballots as candidates are required
; to file written notice of their Intention -

.r:-, See the new Chevrolet cars, Chevy Corsairs and the new Corvette at your local authorized Chevrolet dealer's of the to be City candidates Clerk on In or the before office -

_*"'__.*.. 1 the 1961.2Uh day of ?ebruary. A. D.,

> ,: Notice Is, '
further ien that the

't HALL I Bunnell.registration Florida books are f now the open City for of
; COMPANY I registration of- voters to and in-
eluding the 24th day. till 12 Noon---
.. jof February. A.D. 1961. ;

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How To Tailor lustrated by photographs. J crosswise basting to give body I is needed because each seam, a suit this winter, rememberthat
, Constructing a,.well-made suit I to the lapels, neck edge and I dart, and fold should be pressed patience and care-plus
, is not a quick or easy task. i color) and using tailor's tape to thoroughly 'before it is crossed tailoring technique-makes the
A Woman's Suit
Even those experienced in sew- hold the lapel crease and to with another. With skillful use difference between the home-

:Most women agree that a ing need to allow considerable : prevent seam stretching are still I of the iron you can take ad. made look and the custommadelook.

good suit is one of the best time for the careful tailoring : as necessary as ever, becausethe vantage of the natural resilienceof .
best wardrobe investments. I essential for a suit. to fil well, I I inside. of the suit has so wool and mold the suit to I I
wear well and look well. I much, to do With holding and I fit. The bulletin includes dlrec-I
I For the homemaker who sews I .1 shape.To tions for making press I
at home and wants to stretch Some of the new interfacing I I protect against costly errors -I a tailor's 'ham"-helpful device I I
her clothing budget by spend. fabrics can add to the good : on expensive fabrics, the I for pressing to shape.

ing time in making that good looks and durability of a suit. j I bulletin suggests making a.-trial I If you are considering making I!
suit, the U. S. Department of Agriculture The bulletin mentions a light- :t jacket of muslin before cuttingthe !I I
has a bulletin to help.A weight hair canvas of wool and.!I suit. After fitting the muslin i I I Ill1O
revised edition of "How to goat hair, and a woven cotton i model, you can use it as
Tailor a Woman's Suit" (HG 20)) with a special resilient finish. !I the pattern for cutting the wool
is a "step-bystep guide throughthe Most: of today's much publicized j I jacket, or to alter the paper pat.tern. vt
suit making process, from sewing short-cuts don't.. I
the fabric to in tailoring. Standard methods -
selecting hangingthe pay Either a steam iron or a fiat
final hem. Each step is il- ) like padding (the use of iron with dampened press cloth J

4-H Teams to Judge '1 1I mxnflmmiu


, I i Stock at State Fair

[ counties throughout the state WE DONfr? HEAR

I will participate in this year's I 60 MUCH ABOUT IS THE
''I state 4-H livestock judging contest WEDDING ANNIVERSARY"
at the Florida State Fair in

4' .y a I Tampa on February 17.
.l W. W. Brown, state boys 4-H Don't monkey around with
sfl y Club agent with the Florida your car. .do the sensible
v Agricultural Experiment Service, thing, bring it to us and let us
says judging will begin at 9 in make all the necessary adjustments
the morning. 1 ,you'll add years to
I The 20 high scorers in the the life of your car, cut downon
contest will go into an elimina upkeep, too.
tion contest at the University of

Florida to select a four-man .
team to represent the state in I I
national competition.The H : .

top county team in the II

State fair judging will receive a ----.--------- __...._______....mm.mnm.v ___ I I
permanent trophy tfrom J. C. I I
Council and
president publisher w !
Jones says "come up and help
of the Tampa Morning Tribune
at Florida'sSilver
me peel an eer
and sponsor of the livestock Springs and shows how to
judging program. do it.

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Miss Dolores Elain Loll, 18, of Jacksonville, is the ; ". I j

first entry in. the, Palatka Jaycees 15th annual Azalea ..- _,, ,5'_' I Vrr ,
Festival to be held March 3-5 at the beautiful Ravine -.--, < :; i:4: I

., Gardens in Palatka. Dolores is sponsored by the Jacksonville _. -
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Jaycees.She .
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has many beauty titles, some are Miss Paxon ::

Hi-60 ; Miss Cecil Field NAS-60 ; Miss Florida Air Na- .
tional Guard60. Dolores is presently a student at the i" rr} .sJ : .
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University of Florida. .: :
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no down ,/"1,0.".' :". .
money -
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as little' as a dollar a l.z .

day there's MORE ...-. ,

for family in U.S.
your a
Gracious Liberty,3-bedroom Shell Home..
model, $2595, monthly
{f: payments only $54.00. enjoy washday freedommake

I Q TOTAL OF 20 MODELS TO CHOOSE FROM flameless electricity work for YOU !

as'owaS$119.5 "J.- ; Take the stoop, stretch and strain out of washdays save time and

: energy for enjoyment with your family.An .

ELECTRIC DRYERis surer than sunshine...saves you from lifting,
)Q6O I ,-. lugging and hanging wet laundry...and is so kind to your nice things,too. J !.; /- .

a -:. An ELECTRIC WASHER gets clothes cleaner keeps them new-
( >)> .
t -
;M Mt t :'. looking longer.

I UNITED STATES rr---------( >> t :. An ELECTRIC IRONER does professional ironing while you sit relaxed.An .

SHELL HOMES, ( 0 ELECTRIC WATER HEATER supplies plenty of piping-hot water.
( ) I am buying a lot. : : -. -. "No flame no fumes. Safe and clean as your electric light. frw
INC. : : : ; '-- '
;. i .. .... .:.. If your new. home is all electric...it's MODERN!
",.. .,-,O"I|Name : Ii See your electrical appliance dealer today .and make laundry day
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: Savings Bond Sales operation beaming its broad-1 I Sprigging is the economical I planting method. Sprig the. ;1

" casts into the Iron Curtain Count j t ttakes constant mowing. to keep slower growing zoysia grasses /1

: in tries of Hungary, Bulgaria, Poland seed stalks down.A I on 4 to 6-inch centers. Other I
Highest January
Czechoslovakia, and Ro: t. I new grass on the horizonis grasses will give full cover In ,

In Nearly Five Yearst mania. The Radio Free Europe I Floratine St. Augustine. It one season if set on 8 to 12- ,

supports this broadcasting operation -. . II I was developed by the Florida inch centers.
....'..'...:' ''-:"
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L. Mercer, Flagler county through an. annual pub- j :""_:: ::: I Agricultural Experiment Stations -
Plenty of water and monthly
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lie information and fund I and relased to
chairman of the U.S. Treasury's pro- ; recently
-- '' ::-';,::-: application of 3 pounds of am
Savings Bond Committee, today I gram. .::-:> |commercial nurserymen. It's monium nitrate per 1,000 square

. announced that purchase of | available now from most turf feet of lawn will urge the grassto

Series E and H Savings Bonds I Junior College I growers. spread at top speed.

, in Florida during January I Floratine is a blue-green,

"... reached the highest monthly close-growing type that covers
Offers Courses
level in nearly five years. Flag I the ground rapidly and formsan Blackwell'sRestaurant

. ler county residents accounted excellent sod. Four-year

for $618 of this extraordinarymonth's I To BusinessmenWant tests show that it's superior in

: weed and disease resistance.
I total.January's to,learn more about how
tYfr 18th St. & AlA
I total was a whopping to increase your profits, to encourage Planting
- Beach
$9,044,934. This'was nearly business growth; would Flagler
Methods of planting are sod,
.: 28 per cent ahead of purchases you like to know more about SHRIMP
. sprig, plug an dseed. Sod is the
1 during the same month of 1960. how to supervise? Or perhaps I CHICKEN
answer to an immediate ground
This is the 20th anniversaryyear you'd like to know how to plan !
cover. Grass plugs cover about BARBECUEFISH
of United States Savings and layout an effective adver .
one-third the area that the
. Bonds. Since :May 3, 1941, the tisement, or obtain better understanding ,
equivalent amount. of sprigs will
American people have bought of Retail Credit and *." SANDWICHES
more than $119 billion of these ,how it functions for you .. and I

special savings series of gov- then again, you might like to I I >' :; : -- ,

ernment bonds and presentown I' understand bank and the use of I- I

more than $43 billion worthan negotiable instruments.
all time high. I Whatever you want, Distributive
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vr&"lINvLY1 W..tl.w w.
Education has 'it. You can

I I take your choice without worrying WARM SIGHT It's winter, A. H. CRAIG. Funeral Director

I about course requirements but look at the scenery at Las JOHN HARDIN. Associate
Appointed to Head I Vegas, Nev., where Felicia
or matriculation.
Atkins is contemplating a swim. I Am OXYGEN

. / Freedom Crusade I the Five Distributive'courses Education.are offered Service by- I CONDITIONEDCHAPEL I ATTENDANT LADY I EQUIPPED

eiaude J, Yates, vice president .i of the :Mary Karl Division of I

and general manager of Southern ,Daytona Beach Junior College. QcJideii9t<} I Phone ID 7-3532

Bell Telephone Co., Jacksonville These courses are: How to Supervise ,

," .- has been named state ; Retail Management.. 4Io4idczBare I 201 E. MOODY BLVD. BUNNELL. FLORIDAORTHO .

chairman of the Radio Free Ii its Principlas and Procedures;

Europe Fund (Crusade for Freedom Advertising Art and Layout; Re- -- -;
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). I tail Credit and Banking and
; lawn areas of a new # ..
The announcement was made Negotiable Instruments. II home usually snap into focus

by ,Charles E. Daniel of Greenville Registration for these courses following the retracting click of 1

S.C. regional chairman of be made by mail to DollyH.
may the ballpoint pen that has exposed -! I II
.the Radio' Free Europe Fund. I Kistler Corordinator, Distribu- the signer to a score of

Mr. Yates succeeds John M.I tive Education, Box 1111, Day I years of monthly payments. II

Fox of Orlando, chairman of the tona Beach, or by telephoning Owners with a nice bank bal-

'1960 Radio Free Europe Fund in,:I CL 51476. I ance usually let local landscaPers II

Florida. W. B. Murphy, president -I These courses will have a handle the problem witha -
of Campbell Soup Co., i5 :.1 meeting one night a week for property-line to propertylinelayer II

national chairman of the fund. j approximately 10 weeks. There II of green sod. II

..- Radio Free Europe is a privately -I I is a nominal fee which includes

managed and supported registration and .supplies. I But the average new home' II

., takes the it-yourself
------ owner

e. approach. His first job is to Ii.

THE yank out all the debris the con-

tractor's bulldozer failed to i. Il

gouge out.
tsrqyr. I

I The. next several sets of. blistered I I
palms will follow ranking I ( If

away surface trash. This hi''

eludes plaster, lime or motar de f

posits. Such akaline materials, l JI

if lifet in the soil, will give

grief later by preventing fertili

applications from becoming ;

By THOMAS COLLINS fully available to the grass. i I

OZARKIANS "TECHY" WITH "FURR8NCRS": Therefore, testing the soil is I gi; ::4 I
a vital step. The tests will in ,
and the Ozarks to charity and church and
ARKANSAS dicate the plant food require-
I gI
seemed like was still considered a rank out-
good retirement country-more sider. Also he told me the peoplein ments for growing a lush, green

fitting perhaps for the mailman his neighborhood were still lawn. I n

than for the millionaire, but gopd. fighting the Civil War. Following a heavy shower, I : I

On two or three occasions this "Two women I met had lived in check the lawn site for stand- I BI

column has pointed out the short- Chicago, where they had splendid ing puddles of water and if
comings of the area, such as the jobs. They eventually found jobs
heeded, fill in the low spots be-
the natives sometimes take II
way here. However they encountered
the slickers to the cleaners fore planting. For better looks :
city everywhere the attitude of one e'i
when they sell them chicken man who said. "There isn't a and for drainage, slope the *

farms. On each such occasion woman alive worth more than earth away from the house. I II

there have been protests. On perhaps $100 a month.: On sandy soil add three cubic

a dozen occasions the column "Wages are exceedingly low. yards of organic matter per 1,000 II
has pointed out the lovely virtues .
For that reason some industries square feet of lawn area. This .: .
of this area and nobody has said ;< I
have come into the area in orderto will insure good grass growth.
anything.It get cheap labor. And there are ,
looks like some more protestsare Peat or composted crop residues I I
had better
water shortages, so you
the will be fine.u'l the material
on way.
have a good welL Also it is wiseto
Spring is coming before long put screening under the porchso into the soil. A rented rototiller I I

and some good 65-year-old pen- that snakes will not get into will do the job in a hurry.
sioners will be heading down I
the house. The next step may be soil
Arkansas way. An intelligent lady "This country is beautiful and sterilization. It isn't essentialbut :
who recently investigated that I IMPORTANT( BULLETINControl !
crops grow wonderfully. But any
country has come up with a re will kill weed seeds and
one planning to retire in this area
port. nematodes. Since the chemicals 1 I
should look at everything with a
"I have been looking particu- jaundiced eye and ask a thousand used in the process are deadly,
larly in the northwest section of it's I and I
questions. I usually a job for the pro- Aphids Blight
Arkansas in search for a place to
The lady who wrote the aboveis fessional. .
retire the lady says. "Here are 1 on potatoes with I
obviously feeling strongly about
What To PlantThere's
the things I learned:
some of
I. ORTHO Phosphamidon and ORTHOCIDE
Arkansas. Other people feel much
no ideal grass. The
'Foreigners are particu- 1
the same way about Californiaand (Captan) I
larly welcome and Texans especially zoysias have won acclaim for
Florida and could tell you Call your nearest ORTHO fieldman now!
are detested. People what's wrong with the Garden of texture, but require much care E I
from Chicago seem to be in the
Eden. Don't stay away from Ar- and good soil. Centipede ,

, Ohio greatest Illinois favor and with Indiana those ranking from kansas because of what she says. "poor man's" grass that does E; California Chemical Company I

But don't move there because of well on sandy soil with little
next. A,cousin told me that if a
good things friends have said. Go 1 I
man went there and farmed used fertilizer and few mowings. Ortho Division
have a look for yourself.The .
up-to-date methods and had good St. Augustine rates good, but I
crops, the natives all hated him address of a good retire is ravaged by chinch bugs. P.o. Box 7067 Orlando. Florida I
and did everything they could to ment is where people are nice to Common Bermuda is fine-tex- I T-M/s Reg. U.S. Pat. Off., ORTHO.ORTHOCIDE I

be unpleasant."One ,you. tured tolerates but On all chemical read directions and ,
man I met ran a service Far a copy of the new G Idea Tears salty spray
booklet bjr Thomas Celllns send S3 cautions before use. 9
work and con-
station. He told me he had lived eon' ,. in celn (n. clamps) t* Oepi.NWNS. requires ,

;; 1 there four years, had contributed New. Box Yerk 1672 17,Grand N. Y. Central Statien. I siderable fertilizer. The Bahia ?...VKTMO KM.v...rAf.o"r.r .

grasses form a loose turf that - - - I -