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Title: The Flagler tribune
Physical Description: Newspaper
Language: English
Publisher: s.n.
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Place of Publication: Bunnell Fla
Creation Date: March 2, 1961
Publication Date: -1981
Frequency: weekly
regular
 Subjects
Subjects / Keywords: Newspapers -- Bunnell (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Flagler County (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Genre: newspaper   ( marcgt )
newspaper   ( sobekcm )
Spatial Coverage: United States -- Florida -- Flagler -- Bunnell
Coordinates: 29.4675 x -81.256944 ( Place of Publication )
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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
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Preceded by: St. Johns tribune
Succeeded by: Palm Coast news
Succeeded by: Flagler/Palm Coast news-tribune

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VOLUl ,. 49, NO. 8 BUNNELL, FLORIDA, THURSDAY, IARCH 2, 1961 $2.50 A YEAR

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,:. Flagler Beach 'BEACH NEW POSTOFFICEIN BUILDINGThe (II I Local Bills Are' I MAKE STUDENTS DEANS AT LIST DBJC I I'BunnellBeachTown -


Political Rally Flagler Beach postofficehas Discussed WithRepresentatives i I Ronald J. Jaszczak, David Elections

moved into the recently Shields, and Evelyn J. Van Cott

completed new modern building of Bunnell and Judson Strykerof i
Set for MondayThe I on Highway 11 at the corner of Flagler Beach have been Next TuesdayNext

Flagler Ave. named to the Dean's List of
March 7 is
Tuesday, ,
Recreation Center Building State Senatoru: Verle A. Pope Daytona Beach Junior College'scollege
The new building is of modem
I election day In both Bunnell j
corner Central Ave. and 8th construction with a coquinarock and Representative, W. L. Wads- division. I and Flagler Beach.In .

St., will come to life for a coupleof I wood and plate glass worth were requested Thursday According to college division Bunnell, two commissionersare i
,. hours Monday evening, March evening at the Legislative Cau-
front. modern
It has new light.
to be elected for
a two-year
Dean R. W. Whetstone, all are
; local legislation -
introduce
6th it announced today. cus to
was and the
ing system, grounds carrying 12 or more semester term. Incumbent Levi L. Bran-
"All candidates qualified in in the legislature this year
;. have been. landscaped. hours of academic work and nam, Sr., who has served on the
to permit the creation of a His }
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permitted torical Commission for Flagler made grades of B or better for commission the past four years,
the entire semester. is running for reelection. H. V.
introduced and speak in their Beach Interets County.
Peavy, cashier of Citizens Bankof
; behalf, explaining their qualifications The bill would provide for a
Bunnell, and Curtis Rodgers,
and platform and plead For 7-member commission to be
Organize owner of the Rodgerette Food
: for votes. named, two of which would be Senior Citizens
I Store, have also qualified for a
"Every candidate will be allowed the clerk of the circuit court who
More BusinessA seat on the commission.I 1
t V about eight minutes," it would be the .secretary, and the I Housing Center n cum bent Mayor-Commissioner
declared "and it is chairman to be named by the
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= was requested J i I
I(' Jack Clegg is not runningfor
that they prepare material group of interested in promoting I j Board of County Commissioners.; Boosted by BilL reelection this year. Qualify
t accordingly. A competent mod better business and more'I The five others also to be appointed -
ing deadline last .
was Friday.In
erator will see that timing is traffic along AlA highway got by the commissionersfrom Further encouragement was
given this week in letter Flagler Beach, a mayor and
i enforced. together Thursday. various section of the a by
three commissioners will be
There are about eight, candi Plans were offered by various county. Secretary Ribicoff's informationto
Mrs. Pal Parker, saying "Mr. elected. The deadline for qualifying
dates-two for mayor and six persons present for contacting The purpose of the commission -
Victor Roterus, Director, Officeof is this afternoon at 5'o' 4
.. for town commission seats who I by direct mail employers and would be to collect historical Area Development, is in position clock.
have qualified. Some of these employees of large corporations information about the .
I to assist greatly and advise At press time those who had
are business men entering politics like Ansco, General Electric.and I I county and preserve it in the you on ways and means of qualified with the town clerk

for the first time, but some. others through acquaintancesamong clerk's office in the courthouse.A II attracting new industries to I I were George Wickline and incumbent
are incumbents. the higher officials of proposed bill would createa your part of Florida."
R. L. McNab for mayor.
,
voter concerned with these firms. Recreation Commission for
Every
A presentation of the Retire- Candidates who had announced ;
the kind of, government that 'The people in my organizations Bunnell and Flagler Beach, and '
ment Motel project with its recreation for commission posts included
rules their affairs is urgentlyand will be astonished to learn would ask that $12,000 be trans- and rehabilitation facili-
Tom Duncan, up for reelection
cordially invited to bring they can come to Florida and ferred from the county to the ties to the members of the Bun- ; Harry B. Treadwell,
pencil and notebook to write vacation in such a beautiful commission. Members of the nell Rotary Club on March 9
Jasper White, Leonard Moody, l
down the names of candidatesand setting for so reasonable rates." county commissioners and city has been arranged by Program David Dobson, and E. J. Buteux.
'what each will try to do, Mrs. Dickson quoted a guest commissioners of Bunnell and Chairman John Cannon. I;
if elected. / who is in Florida for his first Flagler Beach were to form a Other civic and local church It t

; Speaking will begin promptly time, saying: "If I had brochuresof group to study the propsal, and I'I units are being approached by Red Cross Head i

,. at 8:30PM., I this I would place them on draft the bill, '* 'interested executives of Flagler

'our bulletin board,.for our employees .Bills were alsosubmitted? to Beach and Bunnell for consider-
!:V y to-""seej,";,snd publicity provide $7,500 salaries for boththe atiqn-of their directors: and let. Asks Cooperationj
:: ters for: moral dpport so that .
is needed for all"4th world to tax collector and tax,
assess the county-wide sponsorship The membership campaign of
"
Mrs. Johnston learn. or. At present these officers may may be effected. I the American Red Cross will begin :

Mrs. C. Sindelar presented receive that amount but only if "Cooperation of moral support in Flagler County on March

Passes Away traffic volume over a 24-hour funds received from' commissions from all interested in the rights 1 6, and Mrs. D. p. Moody has "
annual average from 1956 thru warrant payment after of: the aging to have better been appointed -general chair

11960, at four locations on AlA clerical personnel is paid. housing facilities in states and man. V

Early Monday highway. On AlA at the north The City of Bunnell also re spots they wish to live." Mrs. Under the direction of Frazier

end of bridge over Matanzas Inlet quested 'a bill to pay $50 per Parker said, "is the crowning Jones, the Blood Bank is now

Mrs. Mable Mina Johnston, traffic dropped from 2420 to I month to city commissioners.This success." providing blood for any residentof

wife of Ernest W. Johnston, Sr., 1950; four miles north of Flag. I proposal will carry a ref. Flagler and Volusia Counties.

of Bunnell, passed away early ler Beach from 2165 to 1845 and erendum. The city commission. This coverage Includes any

Monday morning at the local at Ormond Beach 4.8 miles ers now serve without pay. George Wickline where in the United States and

hospital following a long illness. north of State Road 306 (Granada Flagler Beach Mayor R. L. Canada. In order to support this

Mrs. Johnston had been a Ave.) it increased from :McNab asked for the'reintroduc- Completes Pier program as well as all the other

resident of. Bunnell for 52 years. 2340 to 2900. tiomof an act seeking to preventthe activities of the American Red

She was born in Micanopy. Flor It is to be noted the North I taking of shrimp with drag Repairs TodayGeorge Cross, it is necessary to raise
ida, and had lived in Illinois Peninsular motels have put road nets within a mile of the mu- funds each year.

prior to coming to Bunnell .She I f'I signs directing traffic to their nicipal fishing pier at the beach.A Wickline reports that The chairman feels that the

was 69. years of age. I I I area in Ormond Samples of bill to organize a munici- with the continuing good weather people of Flagler County wantto

She was a member of the I road advertisements were shownof pality to be known as PaintersHill we are having he will be carry their part of the load

First :Methodist Church of Bun- ] baked enamel-nonrust materials was requested. This wouldbe able to set the first pilings in and, therefore, urges everyoneto

nell; Order of the Eastern Star for a plan for our motel- north of Beverly Beach and the addition to the Flagler donate as much as possible

Chapter No. 93, Bunnell; and !s owners and other business would contain about nine resi Beach Municipal Pier Friday when contacted by the commit..

the Royal Neighbors.She groups who desired to participate dents. The legal1otice of in ,morning tee or mail your donations to

is survived by her hus in publicizing the Ocean tention was signed by A. G. He expects to complete repairs Mrs. D. D. Moody, Box 68, City.

band, Ernest W. Johnston of Highway. Jones of Jones Beach. and rebuilding of the section -

Bunnell; a daughter, 'Mrs. H. T. Other progressive suggestionswere George Moody, Sr., chairman of the pier which was carried BLOOD DRAWING

Cook, Bunnell; two sons E. W. forwarded and another cf the Flagler Beach Park Board, away' by Hurricane Donna. DATES ANNOUNCEDThere
Johnston, Jr., and Daniel C. meeting arranged for. Freeloaders speaking for the board memo About 80 feet of the pier was
Johnston, both of Bunnell; two will benefit too, and pros bers, outlined plans which have completely destroyed during the will be a blood draw-

step-sons, E. C. Johnston and A. perity can return provided thereis been prepared by the State Park hurricane. Mr. Wickline expectsto ing for colored people this Friday

B. Johnston, both of Bunnell; a an outlook from the city of Board and asked Senator Pope complete' this section today.He March 3, atthe Bunnell .

step-brother, Raymond Songer, ficials different tothe past few and Rep. Wadsworth for their said he has enough ma- Community Center. The drawing

Lansing, :Mich. Also survivingare .years. :Mrs. M. Givens called, support of the appropriation for terial on hand to complete the will be held from 4. to 6:30.
The mobile unit of the Red
17 grandchildren- a urging an immediate reorgani this project. first 16-foot section of the new
number of nieces and nephews. zation of the Chamber of Com The Board County Commissioners addition. Cross Blood Bank will be on
hand for the .
Funeral services were held'merce by this group. are asking for a bill to drawing.On

from the First Methodist Church Relatives, sons, daughters of allow the commission to buy Wednesday, March 15,
Tuesday afternoon at 2 o'clock elderly in Senior Citizens Hous- for the county amounts up to Harris Moves to there will be a; blood drawing
from 2 to 5 P.M:. This will also
with the Rev. W. L. ing Center will be
pastor Spi- I a big potential $1,000 without competitive bids.A .
cer, Jr., officiating. Interment clientle for all motels in $300 ceiling is now in effect.A New Building be held at the community center -
followed in the Espanola Ceme- this area, Mrs. Pal Parker ex delegation, representing 39 (town hall) and the mobile
unit will be on hand for this
plained. residents affected in the
Flagler
tery.Active The Harris Appliances have I drawing too.
pallbearers were Curtis Beach annexation two years ago,
moved into their new buildingat
Deen, M. P. Pellicer, D. R. Moore, BUFFET SUPPER AT appeared and registered their resentment 403 W. Moody Blvd.
\V. W. Deen, J. B. Pellicer, and METHODIST CHURCH concerning the annex- them ON DEAN'S LIST
The
new building gives
Claude "Pellicer.Honorary AT UNIVERSITY
ation. !
TUESDAY EVENINGA more space for their displayroom
pallbearers were They said the case is now in office and also their repair Students_ at the University of
Thomas Bertha J. F, Mercer, buffet'supper will be servedin court awaiting the court's decision department, Mrs. Coy Harris Florida from Bunnell who have

Robert Bertha, Zack Holland, the educational building of They said also in case said today. :been placed on' the dean's list

T. K. McKnight, R. W. Deen, Jr., I the First Methodist Church on the decision was against them It was also stated that they f:are Lawrence Cody, son of Mr.

T. E. Holden, Charles Creal, W. Tuesday, March 7, .from 5:30 to they wanted Flagler's represen- would have a grand opening inJ| :and Mrs. L. S. Cody, Jr.,. '
C. Sullivan. D. D. :Moody, C. B. 7:30. The supper is sponsoredby tatives to introduce legislation the near future. I In order to qualify for the"

Eisenbach and O. F. Alford. the Friendly Cijcle and the taking them out of the city Dean's List of the College of

Woman's Society of Christian limits. I Engineering, a student must

Two eggs provide about 30 Service. They declared they did not the city is not able to furnish :maintain a grade of "B' and beA

per cent of the essential daily The public is invited to at I have an opportunity to vote on I them services and they wish to 1 taking at least-14 hours". :

protein requirements for adults. tend. the annexation. They also said be removed from the city limits. ,:study. V _




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PAGE TWO 4 ._ THE FLAGLER TRIBUNE, ,BUNNELL, FLORIDA Thursday, -Marclf 3 2,..4961 I

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.." : Mrs. Anne Dean from Visiting: 'With TJ ,end :Mrs. Shill's sister, :Mrs. fellen Jennln&s -

ville, Ga., was The house Hlnes-t: HQtSiy''Shili:last,!iiek W re his ,'from Or1 ndo./ ey"\- ere I

: uSeach during *the weekend, brother an& sister-1"m- .haw. Mr. here to attend the\jthieral of I

'0 Jlagle .. : son in law find 'daughter, .and .Mrir. :.RlchaVd' : hlii; *rom Mrs. Eleanor_ T. shin; '
i
'. and Mrs. W. E. Fennell, Jr. }Enterprise, Ala., and "also Mrs.
I
(Continued on page 4) I
LUNA BABBITT .

Telephone HEmlock 9-2033 I


FLAGLER BEACHMETHODIST I FLAGLER WOMAN'S CLUB To My Fellow Citizens THE Authorized OUTBOARDER Evlnrudo Dealer I

CHURCH
The social meeting .of the BOATS A.CCESSORIES'REP..uns
,
Sunday, March 5. "LoY3: ty, Flagler Woman's Club was held Of Flagler Beach: Dockage Storage lYee Ramp 'I

Sunday." Church school 9:30: last Wednesday with a good at-I WE FINANCE

and morning worship 10:30. tendance. Hostesses were' Mrs. 825 Ballough JRd-Daytona

Following the morning ,service Ray Lehr, Mrs. Keith Lovell and I hereby announce myself as a candidate I I I

there will ,be 'a fellowship din- Mrs. Charles Bondy. IN TilE CIRCUIT COURT OF

ner.Coffee Please and rolls bring will a dish be to provided pass.- Mrs. Bessie Thiel program I for;,,Mayor in the coming election BERTHA FLAGLER IN CHANCERY ADE COUNTY, NO. 3828 FLORIDA I

chairman, introduced the speaker Plaintiff

by the committe. We invite Mr. Howard Wisehaupt, who March 7th. Will certainly appreciateyour vs.PATRICK.
you to attend any or all of these ANTHONY WADE,
spoke,,on "Americanism 'and Pa- Defendant

services. triotism," it being Washington's vote and NOTICE TO DEFEND
The Woman's Society of Chris support. THE STATE OF FLORIDA, TO:
birthday. Patrick Anthony Wade .
tian Service of this church will 414 Maple Avenue
be well represented today (Thur) The Washington birthday motif Respectfully, Westbury, New York
was used in the setting and You are hereby notified that a
at the district meeting of the suit has been filed against you
each cup cake had a flag for 'GEO. WICKLINE in the above entitled cause; and
WSCS.in. the First Methodist _
file
decoration. The hostesses served you are hereby required to
Church in Gainesville. your answer with the Clerk of
from a table which was coveredin this Court and to serve a copy 9
Attending are Mesdames Har- thereof upon the plaintiff or plaintiffs
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ry Treadwell, Fred Marks, Ray bright red. business -.. .-. . . address attorney is: whose name and
The March meetingwill
Lehr, Bernie Wilson, Keith Lov- W. Cecil Grant
be next Wednesday, 'March 407% Main Street
ell, Jasper White, Inez Crenshaw, Fellow Citizens and VotersOf Daytona Beach. Floridanot
George Moody, Sr., and Reynold 8at2P.M. 1961 later than March 31st, A. D.,

Hoover. If you fail to do BO decree pro

The next WSCS meeting here TOURNAMENT ENDS Flagler Beach: confesso for the will relief be demanded entered againstyou in the

bill of complaint. The nature of
will be Thursday, March 9, at
The undisputed champions of said suit being for DIVORCE.

'9:30 A.M. at the home of Rev. the Softball Tournament of the I have announced for the Office of Town Com- said WITNESS Court this my 27th hand and of seal Febru-of
day
and :Mrs. Reynold Hoover. ,I Flagler Beach School were the missioner of Flagler Beach.I ary A. D. 1961.
(Official Seal)
I Yankees.. Team captain was Ray
E. A. SMYTHE
COMMUNITY MEMORIAL i Gordon. They blocked their last am a Native Flagler Countian, a Veteran of Clerk of said Circuit Court

CHURCH SUPPER World War II, Educated in Flagler County Schools, Mar. 2-9-16-3-4tc
chance for defeat ,last Mondayby
Ladies of the Community Me- II' College Graduate, Taught High School, Worked in IN Tin CIRCUIT COURT OPFLAGLER
leading their with the
morial Church Guild will servea game the Newspaper Field, and Past President of Local I IN CHANCERY COUNTY NO.,4195 FLORIDA
Pirates 5 to 3. Their only near-
ham supper in the fellowship Lions Club (presently Zone Chairman I INEZ E. VAN NEST.Plaintiff
loss was when they tied their ,
hall Thursday evening at 6 P.M. Your Support Will Be Greatly Appreciated.
second game with the Pirates. EL.WOOD W.sVAN NEST.
The public is invited.
They won seven games in all. Respectfully Submitted, Defendant.
NOTICE TO DEFEND
THE STATE OF FLORIDA. TO:
FIRST BAPTIST CHURCH NEWS Elwood W. Van Nest
Mr. and Mrs. Al Hall from Leonard C Moody 115 Duer Street
The WMU of the 'First Baptist I ,
Jacksonville several North Plainfield New Jersey
spent days
Church set Week of Prayer for 'You are hereby notified that a I
,the week beginning March 6th. last week in their nlace here. J. ,_ suit has been filed against you In 1
the above entitled cause; and you
The church revival. has been r are hereby required to file your an- I
s I swer with the Clerk of this Court
scheduled for the week begin-
and to serve a copy thereof upon
ning March 13th. All of the the plaintiff or plaintiffs attorney
whose name and address is:
church choirs will take part. in I I Ray Selden *"

the special music for the re Selden Building ,.
,
I'I DE8onrt R/a h. 'Florida
vival. 4 not laterth. March' 24th. A. T>. '}
The adult choir director, Jud- y 1961. .
If you fail to do so decree pro
son Stryker, is planning to havean 4 : } r confesso will be entered, againstyou 1
for the relief demanded in the :
Easter Cantata during the bill of complaint. The nature of
evening service hour. said suit being for divorce.
I 5'n :: I WITNESS my hand and seal of
rw. r-: said Court this 16th day of Febru-
ary A. D 1961.
FLAGLER BEACH PTA
(Official Seal)
The Parent-Teacher Associa- E A. SMYTHE

tion meeting is scheduled for :'...# Feb. 23 Clerk& March of said 2-9-16 Circuit-Itc Court

Tuesday evening, March 7, at,
IN TilE COUNTY JUDGE'S! COURTIN
the school. There will be a. play AND FOR FLAGLER COUNTY -
FLORIDA, IN PROBATE.
Mrs. Emma third
by Kulp's CASE NO.
;. .. :. IN RE: Estate of
grade,during the social period. z v. ;{Csv p'? :V6s.. xJ n : JAMES C. BLANKE SIIIP.

Deceased.
Mrs. Miles NOTICE TO CREDITORS
George Moody
spent Pursuant to Section 735.06. Flor-
Monday In Jacksonville. ida Statutes Notice is hereby given
that an Order has been entered by
this Court declaring administration 4
of the estate of JAMES C.
BLANKENSHIP as unnecessary.
Kindly goven yourself accordingly.
(Official Seal), T K. McKN.IGIIT
County Judge
I Publication Dates 2/9 16233261IN

TilE COUNTY JUDGE'S COURTIN
AND FOR FLAGLER COUNTY -
FLORIDA. IV IMIOUATE.
J CARE NO. BSfl
IN RE Estate of
I GEORGE M. TOMPKINS

II II I NOTICE OF PnOHATE Deceased.

I II .1 TO ALL, PERSONS INTERESTEDIN
T THE ESTATE OF SAID DECEDENT -
:

I ",, '",',::,w<,''.','',w;.......,..":: MR. VISITOR You are hereby notified that a
>>;>f 1; : written instrument purporting to
$Nt&ti
be the
Last Will and Testamentof
''i\liirHERE' said decedent has been admitted
\ ARE TWO SIDE
to probate in this court. You are
hereby commanded within the peri-
: mf: j I od of six months from the date of

; \3X: ) THE FLORIDA the appear first publication in this court of this and Noticeto show

er..+.........- // I STORV cause if any you can. why the action -
of this Court in admitting said
W!
A GOOD EPITAPH FOR ..'. .... will to prorate should not stand
THE SPEEDER, IS HEDIDN'T unrevoked.
(Official Seal) T. K. McKNIGHT
HAVE TIME TO STOP ,. ," County Judge
AT THE CROSSING BUT 'HE Flagler County. Florida.
Feb. 9-16-23 :March 2-Itc3Uarjler
WAS LOTS OF LEISURE MOW I ..
.4 .-On one side,the palm trees..the beaches..the sand and the surf.On the other side. '

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Is your engine giving you all _thriving industries..booming market ...productive manpower...favorable taxes liJlr aTribunrz
.
the power you should get? ,' ...excellent transportation facilities...and dependable expanding electric power. .
Our expert mechanics will be BCMTTELL, FLORIDA '

glad to Tune-Up your engine ..' Little wonder that the visitor of today becomes the resident of tomorrow at the J

.they'll assure you of smoother JI MRS. M. B. FULLER, Editor
arm rate of 150.000 a year. : I
safer matoring...more 1 : : A

economy, too. j DeaI..te4 Official PabUeattai
I '.4' PQ While you're here,take a good took at both sides of the Florida story.T :; ..
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fey Public Ifetleea ( FlactevCAuaty

i {nzThere's a place in the sun for you and your 'family...and we'd love to have you! ',. :,: i' MoBleipalltle therelaad

the State .f FUrida
I jcatered
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COMPARE. FlRFOODSTORE SELF SERVICE .

MEATS
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THESE PRICES
NO WAITING :
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"Anywhere"
IN LINEs -I
PRICES GOOD-ThUa-FrL-SatMerch 2-3-4, 1961 j
MAXWELL HOUSECOFFEE GRADE "A" WESTERN BEEF CHUCK i

, if b39LIMIT < CHUCK ROAST
can ..,
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ONE WITH $5.00 OR MORE FOOD ORDER TENDER DELICIOUS SIRLOIN

FOR EASY- WASHINGFabulous I Sirloin STEAK lb. 98* :

FAB 2p p pg-:: 49* ,
GRADE "A" FLORIDA D & D STEWING
LIMIT ONE WITH $5.00 OR MORE FOOD ORDER
Stewing HENS lb.29G )
2i/2 CAN SWEET TREAT SLICEDPINEAPPLE

3 f:rs $$100 COPELAND'S SMOKED ',

2V2 CAN OSAGE PICNICS I |lb.39C

I 4 PEACHES, 4 pans for $$100 TENDER BABY -

BEEF LIVER lb.49Q 'I
( NO.303 CAN STOKLEY .

CUT BEANS 5 cans $1 "
GREEN fur CHICKEN OF THE SEA CHUNK STYLE I,
LIGHT I
PILLSBURY'S BESTFLOOR TUNA 29
MEAT can I II
r-5., '" 49 s.Vz. Kraft su vaAMERICAN -*: I .I
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i g CHEESE Pkg.. 290 ,;
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New Pillsbury Pre-Sliced '
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6 OZ. MAXWELL MOUSE
- INSTANT T A f FRYING POTATOES pkg. 390
: ShurfreshBISCUITS
COFFEE 69LIMIT 3 cans for Z5e

jar FOOD KING'OLEO Z !o: 330
ONE WITH $5.00 OR MORE FOOD ORDER
Long Grain
: AMERICA'S FAVORITE MONOGRAM RICE r 3bag 390 -
SHORTENINGCRISCO Shurfresh
Ib. CHEESE SPREAD ZF 77e
3 59 14,OZ. HUNTS .

I. can CATSUP bottle 19'
LIMIT ONE WITH $5.00 OR MORE FOOD ORDER ,

rl FROZEN FOODS FRUITS & VEGETABLESFANCY
. 10 OZ. BIRDS EYE RIPE .

STRAWBERRIES BANANAS lb. 1 10

4 pkg' for $1 00 FRESH CRISP

10 Oz. Birds EyeGARDEN Stalks
PEAS 2 "& 450 CELERY 2 15* .

6.Oz. Seald SweetORANGE ::-
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GREEN
JUICE 6 1? 99e -
10 Oz. PackageBREADED t"::' CABBAGE lb. S
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SHRIMP .t. Pks. 490 I
10 Oz. Pkg. McKenzies '$ FRESH-CELLO ;
TURNIP & ROOTS '.:. 2 "l&; ZS0 ,
CARROTS 1 iO
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a technique for measuring, the Mr. and Mrs. W. A. Anderson I son and family in. Bunnell.
I
I Science May Help rate at which lake plants con- :Zrlagter,. fljeach I and son, Greg, from East Point, :I

into Ga., were visiting here during
Save Lakes vert sunlight vegetative : Tom Galloway, E.W. Eatman
"Aging"
material. The lake experts, the weekend with her parents
Continued from page 2) and George Preston"are to go
a Premature "aging" of the known as limnologists, say Mr. and Mrs. Henry Barditzky, this weekend to Jacksonville for

t. Great Lakes, largest continuous measuring this rate is vital to GAME AND CARD 'PARTYBY who came over from Eustis to their training. in the'Air National
body of fresh water In the world, understand and eventually con- JUNIOR WOMAN'S CLUB meet them here. They also visit- Guard.
is of continuing concern to trol a lake's aging. with Mr. and :Mrs. Harry Atkin
I The game and card party on
I American conservationists. Lakes Are Ephemeral :
Friday evening in the_ Woman'sClub I
Lakes Superior, Michigan, Huron -) Lakes appear to be permanent I building by the JuniorWoman's '
features of beautiful landscapes, I I Wish To Announce I
Erie, and Ontario are in minute, Club claimed a good
but they last hardly a I
no immediate danger of drying geologically speaking. No soon. attendance. In the absence of That I am a Candidate for Comissioner, Town of

Up, the National Geographic So- er are they born than relentless Mrs. Teresa Humphrey, Mrs. Flagler Beach, and will Appreciate Your Vote and
ciety says. They will last for forces begin to destroy them. Allen Reynolds and Mrs. Frances Support.

many more thousands of years. Sediment fills the basin, and Mercer were hostesses. Re- I stand for the Progress and Development of Our
But and industrial waste freshments and decorations were
sewage erosion tears down its edges. Town.
be speeding the natural carried out in the Valentine Treadwell
may up Near the easterly edge of Lake Harry
aging process by which a lakeis Erie, for instance, Niagara Fallsis theme. I
slowly converted into a I cutting back into rock at the Table prize winners were Mrs. .
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swamp, then dry land. speed of about four feet a year. Esther Heydt, Mrs. :Margaret .
"
The University of Michigan's At this rate, the falls will have Chaffee, Mrs. Lorna Galloway;
Institute of" Science and Tech I retreated to the lake in 27,000 Mrs. Earl Thiel, :Mrs. Richard Ernest J. ButeuxCandidate

nology is now trying to develop years and unleashed Erie 'waters Littlefield, Sam. Haywood, and
Mrs. Sam Haywood. for "
directly into Lake Ontario. ,
1 The Junior Woman's Club has
The clarity of water spillingover I I COMMISSIONER of TOWN of FLAGLER BEACH
CONSERVATION NEWS the falls suggests that a I agreed to sponsor the Easter ,

vast amount of sediment has Seal drive in Flagler Beach. SERVED AS MAYOR OF INTERLACHEN, FLA.

By Tilman W. RobinsonAt been dropped on the floors of J I'I FOR 5 YEARS, 8 YEARS AS COMMISSIONER OF
their meeting Thursday, the lakes. A study of Lake :Mr. and Mrs. Robert Schatz FLAGLER BEACH. STARTED MOSQUITO CON-
the Flagler Soil Conservation motored to Jacksonville on busi I I
Michigan shows an accumulation TROL. I KNOW WHAT OUR TOWN NEEDS.
District Supervisors set Friday,
ness.
inches
three
:March 24, at 2 P.M. as the date there of about I YOUR SUPPORT AND VOTE WILL BE

and time of the District's Con- per century. of Mr. and Mrs. J. C. Flowers of APPRECIATED.'
Through the amassing
servation Speaking Contest. The .Holly Hill were visitors here on I
vegetative material, a swamp
contest will be held in the Bun- Sunday.
slowly builds up and a very I
nell High School gym. Supervisor I
gentle gradient develops across
I Raymon Tucker will serveas the surface: Eventually streams bout 10,000 years ago, created II
DAVID R. DOBSON
master of ceremonies.For I
form and cut channels. Excess I thousands of lakes in northern .

water drains, and dry land ap regions of Europe and North..
the filming of the recently I
America.
Finland alone has
motion 'Alamo,' pears. Candidate For
released picture, f
more than 60,000 glacial lakes.
I I The world would soon have no \
John wanted
producer Wayne Norway and Sweden, Ontario,
lakes if new ones were not con-
TOWN COMMISSIONER of FLAGLER BEACH
grass the way it was in the days I
stantly being formed. A lake Manitoba, and the Northwest
when Texas was fighting for its
start in ways-by a Territories of Canada, and Maine
independence. He mentioned the may many Stands For
in the earth's crust, a and Minnesota also are thicklyset
matter to a Texas rancher, W.L. fracture '
Moody, IV, who had been work- lava flow blocking a valley, or with them. Extending The Pier, Development of Marshlands,

ing on a soil conservation plan! by a glacier, which is the most I At their southermost advance, Improving the Hula Huts, Extending The Water
I glaciers covered the whole Great
with the West Nueces Las Moras important lake producing agent.
Lines
Improving the Water and Improving the
Thousands of LakesA Lakes area. As the ice sheet
Forms
Soil District.
Conservation across the retreated under warming cli Town Recreational Facilities.
moves
glacier
When Wayne got a look at
Moody's grass, the search was land like a gigantic bulldozer, matic conditions, lakes developed. -
The largest of North Ameri I
earth here and
over. Moody has restored 9,000acres scooping up YOUR VOTE WILL BE APPRECIATED
ca's prehistoric lakes, Lake Ag-
of brush-infested, eroded dumping it there. In the processit
range through conservation often creates lake basins. Tie assiz, was almost as big as the! "
ja I J'
management program. great ice age, which ended a- State of Nevada.


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Thursday,'"March 2, 1961 THE FLAGLER TKIBUNE, BUNNELL FLORIDA PAGE FTVB
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EULA LEE MOODYCELEBRATES Don Ray Vinson of !!I I with relatives in Crossville
SEVENTH visited here last week with I Tennessee.
BIRTHDAY ANNIVERSARYEula sister, Miss Nina Vinson.
Mrs. J. T. Brannam and I CARD OF THANKSWe j
Lee Moody, daughter of Joe and John of Cocoa, I
Mr. and :Mrs. Leonard :Moody wish to express ou sincere
here during the past w
was honored guest at a dinner with Mrs. Minnie Brannam, also'I I!and heartfelt thanks and appreciation i
1 party at the' home of Mr. and has been ill at her home I to our friends and :
Mrs. M. B. Fuller Friday eve- :Moore St I neighbors for their words of :
I ning. The occasion was in cele- Mr. and Mrs. Lee sympathy, cards, flowers and i
BUNNELL W.S.C.S HOLDS HONEYMOON COUPLE I bration of her seventh birthday were called to Nashville, ,food during the illness and at
, MEETING AT FIRST RETURN TO BUNNELLMr. anniversary.A last week for the funeral the passing of our mother. II
METHODIST CHURCH and Mrs* Jim Stevens of pastel color scheme, was their nephew. They were ('i The Shill Family.
The Woman's Society of Christian Milwaukee, Wis., are vacation- carried out in the favors and __ __ I I
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Service met at the Method. ing here for a few days. They flowers. An arrangement of sea-
ist Church lining room Wednes- will also go to Palm Beach for sonal flowers and taperetts
day morning for a business and several days and then return formed the centerpeice for the To The Citizens of Bunnell -I
program meeting. Mrs. George I here for a longer stay. They are dicing table where places were :
Clegg and Mrs. Tommy Dur- accompanied by his sister laid for six young guests. Place !
rance were, hostesses for the I Marge. cards cut in the shape of a figure I would like to take this opportuntity to an- ;
morning.Mrs. The Stevens will be remembered seven were attached to the mint nounce that I am a candidate for the office of City -I
Walter Cody gave a book I as the couple. who were cups. Small corsages tied with Commissioner of Bunnell.If I
review on "Basic Christian Be-. in Florida about a year ''ago on pastel colored ribbon were pre
liefs." their honeymoon'' and had an sented to each guest. elected, I will carry out the duties of the f
During the business meeting automobile accident here. They Those enjoying the evening office in a business like manner. !
they completed plans for the were in the local hospital several with Eula Lee were Donna Spi-
buffet supper on March 7; plan weeks. cer, Becky Mercer, and Lyna Howell V Peavy I
ned Visitation Program for Knight of Bunnell; Derese Owens Ii
March. .MRS. HOLLAND ATTENDS of Flagler Beach, and Amy Robertson i
Plans were also made for Mrs. DISTRICT MEETINGMrs. Jones of Ormond Beach. ------- I
R. W. Deen, Jr:, Mrs. W. W. Deen,, Z. G. Holland, Jr., is in 'I Mrs. Fuller was assisted in .
Mrs. George Clegg, and Mrs.I Jacksonville attending the meeting I caring for her young guests by I I
Fred Geller to attend the Dis i I of the Florida Division, Mr. Fuller and Mr. Moody.Mr. I have served four years as a member of The !
trict WSCS meeting in Gaines United Daughters of The Con I Bunnell City Commission. I
.
federacy.Mrs.
ville
today. i : Holland is serving as and Mrs. O. F. Alford For Continuous Good City Government I
were in West Palm
Beach last Ii
WMU TO PRESENT .I I rector Division.of District 2 in the Di-I I weekend for a holiday visit. Re-Elect i
SKIT
AT BAPTIST

4 CHURCH SUNDAY NIGHTA I I Mr. and Mrs. W. E. I
Kudrnahave II
skit, "Wait A :Minute," will MRS. PACHE CALLED as 'their house guests this Levi L. Brannam Sr.
be presented Sunday evening at TO BRIDGEPORT BY I
week Mrs.
Agnes Jensen and
7:30 at the First Baptist Church HER MOTHER'S DEATH I I
Ebba Christensen of WestBranch City Commissioner of BunnellCall I
under direction of the WMU Mrs. Leslie Pache left for I Iowa.
Stewardship Chairman, :Mrs.
ID 7-3496 for rides to the polls I
Carrie Alford. I I Mrs. Leonard Moody has re
The skit preceeds the Week of of her mother. turned to her home after re .
prayer for Home Missions which Her mother passed away Sat ceiving medical treatment at -- --- II
. begin March 6th and continues urday and was laid to rest on I Halifax Hospital in Daytonat
, through March 10. The Week of Tuesday, February 28. r Beach for the past four weeks. ANNOUNCING I II
t
Prayer program will be on Mon
. day, Tuesday, and Friday at the I Mr. and Mrs. Zack Harrison, Recent visitors at Dr. Allen
. church from 9 to JO A.M. Wednesday Mrs. Anna May Padgett, and I Reynolds' office include Dr. Jack HAVE QUALIFIED AS A CANDIDATE FOR i
r and Thursday eveningsat Mr. and Mrs. Jim Goodwin of Giles and Dr. G. N. Charles of COMMISSIONER OF THE CITY OF BUNNELLIN I
7:30 at the church.All Smoaks, S. C., visited here last I Daytona Beach, and Dr. Wise-

THE ELECTION OF MARCH 7.
members and friends are Wednesday with Mrs. Ellen Lee.I man of Morristown, Tenn., and
invited to attend. Dr. Webb of St. Augustine.
Rev. and :Mrs. Carl Goodwin of They YOUR VOTE AND SUPPORT WILL BE
all .
Mr. and Mrs. Cordell Robert Anderson, S. C., and Mrs. Ibbie are dentists.Mr. APPRECIATED.

I son and sons, Boyd and Gregg, Drummond of St. Augustine and Mrs. Cliff McGriff
were in Orlando during the past visited here last on Wednesdayand and daughter were in Gainesville Curtis H. Rodgers
! weekend visiting with Mr. and on Tuesday of this week last weekend;..
Mrs. Dave Cowan and,family. :with Mrs. Ellen Lee. .
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I Rayburn 0 1 2 2 (-Land and were dumped by the I '=
14533F.
l Dick 0 2 2 2 II Florida Military School J...V. 45 j f .
M. S. Fg F Pts
, Duncan 2" -4 2 6 to 35. -
\ CannonIngham .1'7
Campbell 1 ,2 2 4 I Dean Peterson was top scorer I 2 0 :4
Thomas 6 2 2 14 i I for the Bulldogs. For F.M.S. Ba- V2 :
Becklin 6
2 j
121 ,
I McNam'ara6 3 0 i 9. The .
ker had 10 and Cuthill Baker 52 12 "'.
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II Savage 0 2 1 1 !J.V. finished the season with a Still 6 1
- 3.0:
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Davis 1 0 0. 2 (10-5 record. I Hadee 0,0. 0
I Hicks 2 2 3 7 t -
Bunnell Fg F Pts Cuthill 3"3 9
BULLDOGS WILLMEET i last game for the Bunnell girls, Thompson 0 0 0 0 14
I I Peterson 6 2 Smith 0 1 1
BASTINGS AT HILLIARD I played one of her best and topped I McNab 306. Z

will travel to her high of th season of 18 18 14 50 I
000
The Bulldogs Emery 18 9 45
Billiard Thursday (today) and 26 points. Sheila Westbrook (Lopez ')-9' 3 0 6 (Continued on ; 7)
Hawthorne page
will meet HastingsMn the first tallied with 15. For !,BUNNELL J. V. I Polk 1 0 2

4 round.,0 ..the Class C Group.Four Celia Rush came through with I CLOSES SEASON i R. Tucker 0 0 0
points The girls finished the
: Tournament.. 9 record. : The Bunnell J.V. played their i,E. Kuleski 1: 2 4 TV SERVICEALL
with 7-3
The Bulldogs, who have a season 'a j I final game of the season in De. ''J. Metts 0 1 1

habit of playing their best Oat Bunnen Fg Ft Fm Pts i i.- I MAKES ,

tournament; can do it again as M. Ricks 14 2 1 29 Agent For

have' a good little team P.JNeisen 32 1 7

they and just have to click. Best of I S. Westbrook 6 4 '3 15 I CRAIG FUNERAL HOME RCA & PHILCO

1 4 1 3
luck, Bulldogs!. King _
,< -. IS. Weaver 1 2 0 2 A. H. CRAIG Funeral Director TUBES & ANTENNAS SOLD

luCKS AND WESTBROOK Townsend 1 1 0 2 !II I JOHN HARDIN. Associate I AND INSTALLED

SMOTHER HAWTHORNE I IS.. Tucker 1 0 0 2IS. AIR OXYGEN TUBES TESTED FREE
I II
Molly Ricks, with 29 points, Gumble 0 0 0 0 LADY I
60 26. G. Steflik 0 0 0 0 CONDITIONEDCHAPEL I I EQUIPPED
outscored Hawthorne ATTENDANT I
Molly who participated in herCLASSIFIED I I L. Revels 0 0 0 O.I I AMBULANCES TV Bob '

I, I
Phone ID 7-3532
27 15 6 60 FLAGLER BEACH
I
Hawthorne Fg! Ft Fm Pis PHONE HE 9.2204
201 E. MOODY BLVD. BUNNELL. FLORIDA .1.1I
L. Cassels 0 1 1 1 I i
D. Smith 0 1 1 1

ADS K. Mc1\lanus 2 2 2 6 i

B. Pollard 2 3 2 6
Llatings under thus heading are I AREA BUSINESS DIRECTORY I
'3 cent per word each Insertion, f C. Rush 3 4 3 9 ,
75 cent U minimum charge J. Duke' 0 1 1 1

WANTED part-time bookkeeper I' G. Smith 0 0 0 0
AUTO SERVICE BUILDING SUPPLIES FLOOR COVERING
prefer man. Write c/o Box 636 S. Bonds 0 0 0 0 I

Bunnell, if interested. 3.2.2tc S. Simms 1 0 0 2 1 I'I'I McDANIEL'S WICKLINE I Tilecraft Company"LET

stucco 2-bed- Building Supplies I US FLOOR YOU"t t
FOR SALE-Large 8 12 10 26 Service Station

room, living 'and dining room, I CEMENT CEMENT BLOCKS Armstrong & Kentile :
STANDARD OIL PRODUCTS Sold and Installed tAll
outside shower.
sleeping porch, !BULLDOGS DROP STEEL
_ 1 block ocean, partly furnished, TO HAWTHORNE Tires-Batteries-Minor Repairs Work Guaranteed i
GAME
I Flagler; Beach HE 9-2254 Ormond Beach OR 7-3181
fireplace, Flagler Beach, Centralat ) Bunnell Bullodgs, minus Mike! Bunnell ID. 7.7119

22nd, $6,500. W. T. Lloyd, McMillan, dropped their final I FURNITURE (
See and make offer. I CLEANERS
owner. of the season to Hawthorne
game Gulf ServiceGASOILLUBRICATION
Biddle Ormond Bedding and >!
Feb. 23 & March 2-2tp 6151.
I Furniture Co. \
missed the BUNNELL CLEANERSEVERY
The Bulldogs serv-
FOR RENT-two and three-room GULF TIRES & BATTERIESOpen Substantial Discounts on AllBEDSSOFASFURNITURE
ice of McMillan who had been :
furnished apartments. Week, 10 7 A.M-IO P.M.-'l Days CLEANING I $10 Tradein Covers Down PaymentR.
month,permanent. Utilities f urn- averaging points per game SERVICEOpen S. ROBENBERRY, Owner ,
the past three weeks. State&Lambert US 1-ID 7-7190
ished. Capitol Motel (under new Dally S to 6 i 69 Granada Ormond Deh. OR 1-8-111
Jerry Burnsed tallied 14 points
ownership) at Korona. I Phone ID 7-3188
Feb. 16-tf .. .. ..,- with Ronnie Canakaris 12 and Colonial Service Station 115 N. .Bay St. Bunnell I GARDEN SHOP
.' % *.*. -__ 1 Harry Kuleski 9. For Hawthorne: EARL E. *RICE. ProprietorGASOILLUBRICATION I. : I Gray's Garden CenterIleadqaaners

SEPTIC TANK-cleaning reasonable Ellis Reed had 17, Eddie Hig- I
CONCRETE PRODUCTS for Gardening Needs
rates. George'Jarosz, Phone I ginbotham 15, Rudolph Adkin- MOTOR TUNE-UP Ceramics. Gifts. Dry Arrangement .!

ID 7-3410 3-2 to 8-24-tF son 13, and Freddie Claire 12. GOODYEAR TIRES & BATTERIES Materials
I Your "Q" For ConcreteDial Annuals Shrubbery Fertilizers I
The Bulldogs finished the sea-
U.S. HIWAY 1 BUNNELL ,
FOR SALE-Flagler Beach house TORO LAWN MOWERS
son with a 13.5 record. CL 3-8113.
partly furnished. Two bedrooms,, 147 Tomoka Avenue-Ph. OR 7-051

CCB, large lot, located on Palmetto Q.Bunnell Emery Fg 1 Ft 7 Fm 3 Pts 5 Sullivan's Gulf Service DAYTONA BEACH ORMOND !;

Ave. in Venice Park. Price
Robertson 3 3 2 8 GULF Quillian's Concrete Inc. HARDWARE .
$8,500.00. Call Ed Mathews,, ,
GASOILSLUBRICATIONTIRESTUBESACCESSORIES \.
Canakaris 5 6 2 12 I
Gainesville FR 69064. THAT FAMOUS PAINT
Burnsed 4 6 6 14 Beach Information j
Dec. 1-Tf. Kuleski 4 5 1 9 "Specializing in Service and DRUG STORES Exclusively at
I Clean Rest Rooms"In .II' ,"\
FOR RENT-Unfurnished large The Heart of Flagler Beach ***% FLAGLER BEACHHARDWARE '
Anderson Drug Store : 1
18 29 15 51 '
,
bedroom garage apartment. ut I' :
Call HE 9.2318, or see Zeke Hawthorne Fg Ft Fm' Pts AUTO REPAIRS -- Prescriptions

Chaffee. 11-17-tl! I(E. Reed 8 1 1 17 Sick Room Supplies Flagler Beach HE 9.2103

,R. Adkinson 6 2 1 13 EDGAR'S GARAGE .- Sundries \ i
FOR SALE-Your best. buy in F. Claire 3 10 6 12 24-Hour Towing Service Village HardwarCenter i I

town. New 2 bedroom home. Tile E. Higginbotham 3 10 9 15 COMPLETE AUTO REPAIRS BUNNELL HOUSE PAINTS [

bath, electric kitchen, screened A. Rutledge 2 0 0 4 Automatic Transmission Service Match and mix any color 1
porch, terrazzo floor, extra big Wheel Balancing-Front Alignment End Moody's PharmacyFlagler Builder's Supplies Kitchenware Ft.I

garage with half bath. Waterfront 22 23- 17 61 :-10 Granada Ormond-OR 7-0893 County's Corner Drug Store GIFTS GREETING CARDS

lot. Third house on Avalon PRESCRIPTIONS AlA Ormond Beach CL 2.0420 II

Ave., in Venice Park. FLORIDA MILITARY AUTOMATIC TRANSMISSION DRUGS-SUNDRIES :.
AND JEWELER E
TRIPS BULLDOGS FOUNTAIN SERVICE EE I
3 bedroom home, 2 tiled baths HOLLY HILLHYDROMATIC ;
O.
Bunnell Bulldogs went to De. BunnelL Flo. Phone ID 7-3661 F. BEACH
big electric kitchen, Florid Land Friday night to play the SERVICE Jeweler I .

room, 2 single garages, and wor k Florida Military School. The Repairing -' RebuildingCentral ORMOND PRESCRIPTION Elgin Watches-Diamonds .;

shop or boat house on waterfront : Bulldogs went ahead in the first Florida's tint specialists In PHARMACY Exceptional Gifts',
.. AUTOMATIC TRANSMISSIONS ,
Third
lot. house on Lantana
quarter in a big fashion. But 1239 Ridgewood Holly Hill Watch Repairs-Engraving
Sick Room Sundries
Ave., Venice, Park. Se< OR 'l- 381 Supplies-
the Black Knights put on the 48 W. Granada Ormond BeachOR "
Emil Huber, builder, Lantan a the 24-Hour Prescription Service 7-2384
brakes and
stopped Bulldogs '
Ave., HE 92196. 12.15-tj ,BAR AND PACKAGE STOREBAMBOO Free Delivery in Flagler Beach
cold in. the remaining three Rt. AlA 1 ml. North of PAINTING CONTRACTOR ,
FOR RENT furnished 2 bedroonone 1 periods to hang a defeat on the I ORMOND BEACH-TeL OR 7-1661

bath house, Daytona Ave. Bulldogs. Thompson PharmacyYour R. MoodyPAINTING i
Flagler Beach. Completely ren- Harry Kuleski was top scorer BAR & COCKTAIL Health Is Wealth

ovated. $65.00 per month.: KeY1can with 9 points. For the Blacks LOUNGE Put YourPRESCRIPTIONS Y

be picked up at Sullivan' Knights, Thomas'had .14 points "Open Under New ManagementCome

Gulf Station. Nov 10-t and McNamara had 12. In and Get AcquaintedOcean In Our Hands I Phone ID 7-3240 f
Bunnell Fg P Fm Tp J
Ormond Drug A Prescription Shop BUNNELL, FLORIDA
FOR RENT on the ocean 1 am I Robertson 2' 1 1 5 Blvd AlA Flagler Beach 141 W. Granada-Ormond 7.1421 1 1 1PAUL'S

2 bedroom apartments completely Bratcher 0 1 0 0 .. RADIO-TELEVISION
furnished, utilities included' r-rc1\Ullan ", 3 0 0 6 FLAGLER BEACH GILL DRUG COMPANY I

Sensible rate day week, mon th. ; RADIO & TV
Canakaris 1 1 0 2 HOTEL BAR Walgren AgencyPRESCRIPTIONS J
Atenncr Sales & Installations
Sun Sea Mote I
or permanent Emery 2" 1 1. 5
formerly Flagler :Manor).- Burned .0"' 5 3 3 "The Meeting Placeof Authorized Sales RCA Victor J

9.15- lL Kuleski 3 3 3 9 Flagler County""Jim Sick Room Supplies Sundries \Ve repair all other TV A Radio met I
19- W. Granada Av Ormond Beach 1370 AlA
tfJOHNSTON'S Morris 0_ 2 00 and Yvonne Serving"BOTTLE OR 7-5250 Ocean Blvd \
Ormond Beach OR 7-2852 t I
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FLAGLER BEACH REALTY NURSERY ;
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LOTS, HOMES OCEAN FRO ] t _. BOTTLE GAS TRUCK STOP Wagon Wheel Nursery j

WATER FRONT. FARMS, BOTTLE or BULK PHILLIPS GAS & OILS Shade
LARGE FISH WORMS 66 Trees* Potted Plants
ACREAGE FLAGLER COUNTY'S ONLY
See uft for your real estate need"I. FOR SALE $1.00 per 100 HOME OWNED :GAS, COMPANY Delivery In the County on Shrubs #:
Fuel Oil, Kerosene, Tractor Fuel 1.000 plants free; one with every'dollar
Office Phone HE 9-2242 \ Orlin B.. _Green- PHONE ID 7-3551 you apei\cL Thousands of !
Gasoline varltles at reduced prices. Best In f
ID 7-3691
Phones
Residence Help Flagler County Grow town. :
PHONE IP ;,7-3585 .
or ID 7-3517 I 206 So. Stone BunnelL Flo. By Shopping at Home, U.S. 1 N. :Bunnell ID 7-3676 848 S. U.S.. 1 fury-* Ormond Beach ,fy.

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'Thursday-March: 2, 1961 THE FLAGLER TRIBUNE, BUNNELL, FLORIDA PAGE'SEVEN

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on our Bunnell 37 ,to 29._ Bun BULLFROGS J. W. : 0

Facts for 'tiomemakerSTRAWBERRY Sports Corner nell girls led 29 to 27 going into SINKS TIGERS "# ;f.' -,

the last quarter and were held :!. 25
I SEASON Continued from page 6) scoreless. The Bunnell Sixth Grade Bullfrogs ,' .. -
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settled a little situation ---

Fresh strawberries are In the BUNNELL, TEAM Sheila Westbroo, all conference that had been going on for FREE PAINTOne

-market now. Make the most of GIRLS 'tiNBunnell forward and top scorer for weeks on who had the best

them while they last. The straw. Team girls had a Bunnell, was held to a mere two I team-Fifth Grade Bullfrogs or extra gallon of your choice- i

berry season is always too game at St. Augustine'with D&B points. Barbara Weaver had 14 Tigers. Mike Dozier and Cowart with each galley you buy E!

r and took them in stride winning and Molly Ricks 11,while J.Gray were just too much for the Tigers Mary Carter Paint Store I

short.Eaten fresh, strawberries are 2316. Heidi Eisenbachwas had 21,for D&B with G. Snowden and leaped away to a big Also Wetat Kh.pplnff Center

one of the best sources of vita- high scorer for Bunnell with 12.This score of 25 to 6-thus taming I

min C, equal to the orange' and 13 points. For D&B. Lassie P. i ,was one of the best teams the Tigers. I
the grapefmfcU Take care not Duncan had 9 points. :D&B has had in years, playingone 5th Grade Tigers PointsD. I

to bruise the berries and destroythe Gloria Johnson, manager of of the best games of the Britt 0 I Community

; flavor and vitamin C. Never B-Teams, informed me that this season. Bunnell was pressed at T. Parker 2 -

let the strawberry stand in wa gives the Team a record' of 6 all times.' R. Improta 0 Memorial ChurchInterdenominational

ter. Do not cap berries until straight wins as they had a Bunnell Girls C. Wetherington 0 ,
Fg Ft Fm Pts
after they are washed. Rinse in string of five wins lash season. M. Ricks 4 5 3 11 I W. Kersi 2J AIR CONDITIONED i
Bunnell B-Team Fg Ft Fm Pts A. Bowers
about three. clear waters quickly P. Neisen 0 0 0 0 Daytona Ave.
berries in and out E. Allen 00 0 0 J. Akins ,0
dipping
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S. Westbrook 1 1 0.3S. I FLAGLER BEACH
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fast. Cap and drain into a cols H. Eisenbach 6 3 1 13 J. Harbert ,. ,,0
King 0 1 0 0
Sunday School 10:00 A.:M.
I :
ander strainer.To B. Tucker 1 2 1 ::3 D. Moore &
or
B. Weaver 7 .4 0 14
Church Service 11:00 A.M.R. .
Serve Fresh I. Allen 0 0 0 0 C. Thompson 1
S. Townsend 1 0 0 2
After washing capping and M. Pache 0 1 1 1 I D. Janowski 1 W. DICKERT. Pastor
S. Gumble 0 0.0 0
M. Blakely 0 0 0 0 : L. Bourne 0 EVERYONE WELCOME
berries with 1
draining, cover i T. Sheffield 0 0 0 0
J. Paquin 0 0 0 0 S. Smith 0 A' & A A AAAAA
cup of sugar to. every 4 cups of i G. Steflik 0 0 0 0
berries. Let stand until the Hargett 0 0 0 0
sugar M. Steflik 0 0 0 0 .
melts. Stir once or twice, IIH.Dunson 0 0 0 0 L. Revels 0 0 0 0 6
Blackwell'sRestaurant
Cummins 2 0 0 4
being careful not to crush the C. Wadsworth 0 0 0 0 6th Grade Bullfrogs Pta :

fruit. Chill and serve with thick David' 0
10 6 3 23
cream., 13 11 3 29 I M. Dozier 13

l Strawberry Shortcake D&B Girls Fg Ft Fm Pts j,J. Bratcher ? 0 18th St. & AlA

11 2 Cups sifted flour D&B LASSIESD J. Gray 8 11 5 21 J. Johnson 0 Flagler Beach :

...3 Teaspoons baking powder '& B Lassies of St. Augustinelast G. Snowden 6 1 0 12 TV Robertson 2 SHRIMP

4 Tablespoons shortening quarter and hung a defeat J. Home 2 1 0 4 J. Cody 4

2/3 Cups milk M. Hoagland 0 0 0 0 i J. Sparkman '. "* 0 CHICKEN I
2 Tablespoons sugar M. Spell 0 0 0 0 N. Spicer -\ 0 BARBECUEFISH
crust or tart shells with fine,
/ ,
Sweetened strawberries. S. Kress. 0 0 0 0 W. Cowart ", 6
big strawberries. Make
a sauce -
1. Sift ''together flour, baking E. J. Harbert 0
J' from small berries Lovering 0 0 0 0 SANDWICHESAMBULANCE
by crushing,
powder, salt and sugar. Cut in I F. Gordon 0
simmering and straining thru-
I shortening and add milk. Mix cheesecloth. Sweeten juice and 16 13 5 37 .J'.. ...,[".......-....J'. ...........J'..............J'."........,l'-l'....................J9
lightly until like biscuit dough. I. f"
2. Divide into two parts. Roll thicken a little with cornstarch. NOTICE OK SPECIAL FOR ALL HOURS-DAY OR NIGHT
, LEGISLATION
Do not use flour for thickening,
each part %-inch thick. Notice is hereby given that the 1
as this would give a cloudy Board of County Commissioners of
3. Spread 1 part with butter Flagler County Florida, will seek I
sauce. Add a little butter to the introduction and passage of 'a
and place other part on top; or give 'a glazed, brilliant look to special Act of the Florida Legislature -!, PHONE VAlley 4-1625
cut as for biscuits, placing two at Its regular session In 1961 SERVICE
the sauce. Pour the sauce over relating to advertisement of
I
rounds together with butter be petitive bidding on contract' com-'j ST. AUGUSTINE. FLO DA'I
the big berries in the pie, just Board of County Commissioners of ,
tween. enough to make the strawberries Flagler County and authorizing i I I' Never be hesitant about calling a Garda Ambulance. We
4. If preferred, 1 beaten egg letting oft contracts for the work-
stand out like islands in a sea ing of any road or street the con- are always at your service with promptness, safety and
be added to '% milk struction
.may cup of brilliant red. or building of any bridge.
to be used in of the erecting or construction of any experience.
2/3
place
cup house and 'I
f. In this delicious fresh strawberry the milk. supplies or materials for county -
pie, !the big berries are un purposes without competitive bid- Equipped With Oxygen Resusitator and Inhalator
5. Bake in d
: shallow pan in ding where the amount thereof Is
cooked so that there is no loss
less than
, One Thousand Dollars
a 425 degree for 15 minutes.
oven '
of vitamin C. The small berries ($1.000-00). Garcia Funeral Home
6. When done, separate lay Dated at Bunnell. Florida Feb-
are cooked such a short time ruary 23, 1961.FLAGLER. I
ers. Spread each layer with butter COUNTYBy P. GARCIA, Licensed Funeral Director
some vitamin C may remain. ALFRED R. TUCKER
and sweetened berries. Place I 'I
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zeroed the Bunnell girls in the Chairman Board of County LADY ASSISTANT
layers together and cover with Commissioners.

remaining berries. Serve at once -.!1.-.-- ."'.......-...-...__ _........-. .""-_-.,-.March'ltc. t- _...._-_ 1Na1._u. --____--__-__.m.u_
with or without whipped cream. ,.Y.. r.i+
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When sprayed on your potatoes, 'Manzate" clings to leaves, resists washing off. You get long-lasting protection against blight.

.if you install

r Spray Du Pont Manzate to control blights _

maneb fungicide '

of No. 1's -
.assure top yields ; '

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t. GAS HEAT now! < One-chemical blight control-a spray program with "Manzate"

. maneb fungicide controls both early and late blights. .

Avoid the cold, weather installation Better yields, quality and profits-"Manzate" helps boost yields as ;'

,I rush; let us equip ... < ::,fix much as 40 bushels per acre .'. gives you more/1's, and naturally

1 your home with a "Pyrofax" increases profits,as proved by growers in all major producing areas. :;-'', ,.

gas-operated automatic heat- ::- Safe to use-"Manzate"tough disease,mild on plants.It can be .
MN'
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a usedonPotatoesrightuPtoharvesttime..won'tstuntPlentgrowth.
ing unit now to enjoy healthful .,
:
h ., : Saves time and money"Manzate" is a wettable powder, ready to
even warmth throughout S mix wherever there's water. It is compatible with most insecticides rand -

your house-all winter long. fertilizers so you save money with efficient combination sprays. .. .

,I. Estimates cheerfully given
:: without charge. years-you know you can depend on it for top disease control, easy ,4'

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: 4- I::: On all chemicals follow labeling instructions and warnings carefully. '-t;':'

Gas Engineering (Co J -:

603 N. Beach St. w ([flIP.NT U MANZATE ':
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Beach Florida ,
Daytona > Each acre you spray with "Manzate" can :
.. ,.. yield bushels more of Ira like these. Field .........& .K maneb fungicide .
Cordova St.
39V2 applications of"Manzate"protect your crops MHJt: THINGS fOt Emu IMNG
St. Augustine, Florida from late blight tuber rot,too. ..THROJCH CHEM/SUY /



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PAGE EIGHT THE FLAGLER TRIBUNE, BUNNELL. FLORIDA Thursday, March 2, 1961
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Eastern Star Chapter I Iq i I,'Many Amateur ence. vast knowledge. of Roman Lon- -

# # lndJ In Massachusetts, 'a one-time don were laid by a chemist, ,

Installs Officers Last I Archeologists Dig dishwasher who became self- Charles Roach Smith' In .his
taught searcher found the re- spare time.
By Hervey Sharpe
Saturday Evening ,For America's Past mains of TJioreau's cabin at In the Old World, stories of
Gardeners with a flare for superstition II Walden Pond. A New York the accomplishments of the

Mrs. Rita Diamond was installed claim better luck in I I Armed with shovels, whisk dentist specializes s in huntingfor skilled non-professional are

as Worthy Matron and rooting plant material if these : brooms, and dental picks, a artifacts at newly .bulldozed many. A French physician turn-

Orlin ,Green as Worthy Patronof materials are snatched when the I growing number of archeologicalbuffs sites which are soon to be buried I ed diplomat pioneered,in the ex-

the Bunnell Chapter No. 93 owner isn't looking. are digging into America's under the massive concrete of cavation of Mesopotamia. A brilliant -

Order of Eastern Star Saturday Regardless of acquisition tactics past. new buildings. Members of the German businessman, who

'evening. The installation was I the luck depends on the I The old-time, souvenir hunt- Archeological Society of Maryland had a lifetime passion for an-

held at the Masonic Temple. care given cuttings. I ing "pothunter" makes professional are excavating the site of cient history, discovered ancient L'

Others installed were Mrs. I archeologists blood run a prehistoric Indian village on Troy. A British nobleman back-

; : ,. Wanda Mercer, associate mat t So why with not standardize home-contrived your cold. But they take a kindlier the Potomac ed seasons of work*U at resulted __ )t
success a
tron; Ray Mercer, associate pa- unit? view toward today's earnest, in- Such activities bear out that in the spectacular find of

tron; Mrs. Kay Swayze conductress propagating formed amateur who has respectfor amateurs, despite the shameful King Tutankhamen's tomb in

; Mrs. Alice Lovell, associate There's numbers of cast-off a flint knife, a bit) of glazed pillaging of pothunters, have a Egypt.

,conductress; Mrs. Martha Mer- items around the home that will sherd, or the buried traces of a fine ,record in archeology. Am Curiously, it was the discoveryof

cer, secretary; work fine as root-inducing units. prehistoric campfire. erica's first amateur archeolog- that very insignificant pha'-
Mrs. Naomi Hosford, organist;' An old aquarium is one. 1st may well have been a Virginian raoh's burial place that arousedthe

Mrs. Mabel Brooks, marshal; To set up business in a fish In the past decade, the Na- named Thomas Jefferson, public's continuing interest .

Mrs. Jenny Green, chaplain; container, cover the bottom of tional Geographic Society says, .who in 1784 excavated an In- in the dusty, laborious work of
Mrs., Mary Smith, warder; Mrs. many thousands of weekend. dian mound on the Rivanna archeology .
the thank with an inch of pea
Marie Autry, Adah; Mrs. Wini t I scientists have organized in ,River.
gravel for drainage. Next, add
fred McNab, Ruth; Mrs. JoAnn I state archeological societies and The father of Maya archeologyin Commissions are not paid on
about four inches of sand,
spag-
Crews, Esther; Mrs. Wilma I are working under, competent I th New World was the extra- arguments won, but on sales
num moss or other propagating
Brock, Martha; Mrs. Agnes Yel- medium and moisten. supervision. i ordinary lawyer-diplomat, John made.

vington, Electa. Now you're ready to stick cut Tennesseans Found Cave i I Lloyd Stephens. Stephens dis w I
, To be. installed later will be Russel covered the first of
tings in the medium and cover Cave, a cavern inhabited I many jungle- O. F. ALFORD
Rufus Miller, sentinel, and Mrs. the unit with glass or plastic. by American Stone Agers 9- smothered, abandoned Maya Registered
Frances Edmonson, treasurer. 000 years ago, was first investi cities in Middle America. He
A dab of a root inducing hor-
officers'were I
. Serving as installing mone on the base of the cut,,gated by members of the Ten- bought his original discovery, Heal Estate Broker I
Shelton Brooks, who pre- nessee Archeological Society. Qopan, for $50.
I
ting speed root
may up
Bunnell, Florida
sided the installation assisted
during gr0\Y1h.1
They unearthed stone points,
by :Mrs. Ludy Brooks as Apple boxes-the School Opened for Amateurs .'
bone tools and Indian 'I I
ones, large pans or cut-down, oil I pottery,
marshal Mrs. British
installing Peggy ornaments. Suspecting they had Like Americans, the
drums can be easily converted
Wells, installing chaplain and made a major have an unusual bent for arche- RCA VICTOR
discovery, they
into units.
Mrs. Luna Babbitt_ installing Polyethylene propagation bags will serveas notified the Smithsonian Institution -I I ology. In 1958, a field center"for LIVING COLOR TV r

organist. training amateurs was opened "LOOK FOR THE 1'ICTUUE,
which
interested the National
a stand-in for a place to root 1 I IN TUB 'VIN DO',"
The hall was decorated in the at the Roman city of Wroxternear Southern Radio
For rooted Geographic Society in the & Television
cutting. easily plants,
Incoming worthy matron's chosen 'I Shrewsbury.The 226 E. Granada-Ph. OR 7-2001 '
'such as coleus, wrap a wet ball find.The ORftlOND
colors of red, yellow, white, foundation for today's
ancient cave has been
of spagnum moss around the )J
and blue. In the West --
green was I
I thoroughly explored by the -Ii
base of several cuttings. Insert
a huge diamond illuminated by t
I cuttings in the bag, punch several Smithsonian and National Geo- (1 J JI
multicolor In
changing lights. I INSURE-Stay Insured & Rest Assured
,: the East was a large broken air exchange holes in the graphic, and has been presentedto

column inscribed with the Wor- bag and close the top of the I the American people as a national -'

thy Matron's motto. bag to hold in the moisture.Do I monument. It is one of'I GET THE BEST PROTECTION FROM
the most important archeological -
In her address, the worthy not place
POlyethYlene-I sites east of the MississippiRiver.
matron told of the basic enclosed unit in
principles
H. T COOK AGENCY
of being an Eastern Star because the plant materials will i .
In other parts of the country,
be cooked before they root.
and of the S
'acquired
through Eastern message Star work. For additional information, other skilled nonprofessionals' 'I Citizens Bank Bldg. Bunnell, Florida I
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are performing a service to sci
Special guests,,of.)the\ evening ask your 'county agent for Agri- cultural Service Circular 148,
Included the worthy grand pa- ,_ "J
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tron, O. D. St awderman, and Home Propagating Units.
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worthy grand Martha, Mrs. Mu- Azaleas <'

riel Kent, both from Rhode Is- Don't put off fertilizing azaleas We Ford Dealers say
land. any longer. Apply a double i

/ handful, or about half a poundof

Additional Funds a special azalear-camellia I ..: i
tilizer per good size bush. Never 1Du ll3IIle it

use regular commercial fertil- ..

For Farm Rousing izer, because it' is usually not

An additional $50 million has acid enough. .------------------------------------------------
If plants are cholorotic (yel- YOUR FAVORITE HIGHER-PRICED 1961 CAR)
the
been made available to
low) from iron deficiency, apply
Farmers Home Administrationfor I
chelated iron to the soil ;" ,
or spray
farm housing loans, Curtis
with a one or two percent solution
I
J. Green, the agency's county
of iron sulfate. Water it
supervisor, announced today.
in well. These azalea
He said that the new loan special
aids available from
are any
funds assure an adequate sup- .
ply of this type of credit for I garden supply store.
eligible farm families during Cut back poinsettias now if can beat it ,

the balance of the fiscal year. I you haven't done it ealier. Prune
made far this i back to within 12 to 18 inchesof
Loans so year
plus those being processed had 1 the ground. If they have

practically exhausted the funds been frozen below this point,
available. cut back to live wood. During
previously I
Farm housing loans are made spring flush, pinch out poisettiabud 5' is'S

throughout the rural areas of several times to promote

the United States. The loans branching and thereby producea
larger number of "blooms" in = -----
provide farm families with an L -' _
opportunity to acquire an ade- the fall.Carden : e

quate house and efficient service Activities '"
buildings. Stake carnations and snap- 1961 Ford GaUxie dub Victoria

Application for farm housing dragons for long straight stems.

loans may be made at the local Disbud carnations to one bloom Take a Challenge Ride-Get our Special March Challenge Deal!
office of the Farmers Home Ad- per stalk and sucker snaps.

ministration, Green said. The This eliminates competition and .
/fe drive the 1961 Galaxie.. .
challenge to '
yon omSEE HOW MUCH MORE
loans bear 4 percent interest will promote larger blooms.As .
pare its Thunderbird V-8 power-pep-performance 'f
soon as roses begin to
and are repayable over periodsup for weed with high-priced, car on the market! Compare its YOU GET FOR YOUR TRADE-IN
to 33 years., grow, start cultivating
The major demand in Central control. Apply about one-half Thunderbird hoodling-comering-comfort with cars WITH OUR SPECIAL \ '

Florida counties is ,for loans to pound of a good garden fertil- costing much, much more! Compare and you'll (tad no -

construct and ,modernize farm izer and water well. During II other fine car is so beautifully built to take care

houses, and most of the funds During each flush of growth add of itselfl! Compare the deal we'll give you on a MARCH CHALLENGE
are used for new construction. about 2 ounces of 10-0-10 top- I Galaxie with its fine-car features and low Ford price 1,

Improvements financed with dresser or one-fotnkli pound of 'Name your favorite 1961 fine car! But before you Before you decide -take a

the loans include the installa- regular garden fertilizer. spend hundreds more, take our,Galaxie Challenge -

tion of central heating, and I When watering roses, soak Ride and compare. You'll find no other fine car can FORD

pressure ,water supply systems, them once a week rather than match that Thunderbird spirit and spice at the low
little Ford price.No other fine car can cut your operatingcosts
day.
the addition of bathrooms and sprinkling a every
the bonelike Galaxie!
the modernization, of kitchens. Wet the soil to a depth of 3 or to Galaxie :
After Challenge
you've enjoyed your
Many local farmers also use more inches per soaking. Ride we ask you to compare our Galaxie CHALLENGE RIDE
the loans to adjust, their service Before March winds hit with Challenge Deal.You name it-car o_ r deal:Galaxie .. !

biuldings to the changing, requirements full fufy, be sure to brace young can beat it.. .' F.D.A.F.
of agriculture. Examples trees and large shrubs that were v
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in this area, Grene said, transplanted earlier. Unless the .5' S Bunnell Motor ':':; "

is the conversion of obsolete plant roots are ,firmly fixed, the '.: .*: Company :

dairy facilities by the construc- wind can shake the life out of I '
Check Your Ford Dealers Money-Saving March Falcon ,
DealsTpo .
tion of modern milking parlors. a newly set tree. .- ;': .
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