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Title: The Flagler tribune
Physical Description: Newspaper
Language: English
Publisher: s.n.
s.n.
Place of Publication: Bunnell Fla
Creation Date: March 16, 1961
Publication Date: -1981
Frequency: weekly
regular
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Subjects / Keywords: Newspapers -- Bunnell (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Flagler County (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Genre: newspaper   ( marcgt )
newspaper   ( sobekcm )
Spatial Coverage: United States -- Florida -- Flagler -- Bunnell
Coordinates: 29.4675 x -81.256944 ( Place of Publication )
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Dates or Sequential Designation: Began in 1917?
Dates or Sequential Designation: -69th year, no. 36 (Sept. 3, 1981).
General Note: Mrs. M.B. Fuller, editor.
General Note: Description based on: Vol. 43, no. 20 (June 2, 1955).
Funding: Funded by NEH in support of the National Digital Newspaper Project (NDNP), NEH Award Number: PJ-50006-05
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Holding Location: University of Florida
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 Related Items
Preceded by: St. Johns tribune
Succeeded by: Palm Coast news
Succeeded by: Flagler/Palm Coast news-tribune

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r VOLUME 49, NO. 10 BUNNELL, FLORIDA, THURSDAY, MARCH 16, 1961 $2.50 A YEAR

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1- Harris I John Cannon Was I Bunnell High I CABBAGE BALL I Bunnell Band's


Grand Guest Speaker at School Science DATE SET FOR I(Winter Concert ;


Starts TodayHarris Lions Club MondayFlagler Fair 'WinnersFirst MARCH 25th'The I I Is Friday Night j

County School Guidance Eleventh Annual Cabbage I

. Appliance and [ Counselor John Cannon \ i Ball will be held at the Bunnell 1
prize winner at the Bun-
The
b' which recently moved I was guest speaker at the Lions Community Center on Saturday Bunnell High School
; ,. modern new building I Club meeting Monday noon. :Mr. nell High School Science Fairon evening, March 25, members of Band's Winter Concert will be I
West :Moody Blvd., are Cannon told of the duties of a Monday wa$ Tom Minchew the club said today. presented Friday evening at 8 .
who is a senior this year. His I o'clock
in
Flagler gymnasium.
a Grand Opening Sale guidance counselor and also the I
Music for the ball will be
project was dissection of a rac- Also on the will be
of the achievement program i
through Saturday.The purposes
coon. The prize i was $5 in cash. furnished by Raymond Gage'sorchestra 'I three numbers featuring the I
owners, Mr. and testing program of the schools. of Jacksonville. Dan ,
Harris, are inviting the I The club gave approval of a Second prize winners were ing will be from 10 to 2. Little Band.Included .
to visit their new resolution asking the legislatureto from the Junior High Division on the program will
"see our Red Range," strengthen the liability law. and was awarded to Robert Gid- The Cabbage the Ball, sponsoredeach Clubas be all the numbers to be used
year by Country in the District Contest to be held
many grand opening Copies of the resolution were dens and Ernie Spivey, eighth their moneymakingproject.
one
!, which are being offered forwarded to Senator Verle Pope grade students, for their water Proceeds are used by in St. Augustine on March 25.
sale. and Representative William Other numbers are a bass solo
purification system. The prize
the club their
on charity projects
The Florida Power & Wadsworth. $300 in cash by Mike McMillan, novely se-
"home Guests of the club during the year. lections, marches and a sight-
Company's were Harry
Sixth grade student Dan Cody Tickets and reservations will
and will Atkinson and Richard Anderson. I reading number not seen before
be
present give I
of the third
II was the winner Abe on sale this Saturday morn- by the members of the band.
ing and'waShing Club President Fred Fruits
pre ,prize, receiving a $2.00 cash ing from 10 to 12 at the Riverside The public is cordially invitedto
sided at the
during the grand meeting.
According to a four. prize. His project was different Furniture Store, North Bay. I attend these concerts by the
I types of wood.. Street. band which :are put on especially -
;'p tion in this issue of
Future Teachers Prize winners in the divisions for
Flagler County residentsand
bune, Grand Opening I I
4' are being offered in, all I were: Boat Owners Are their visitors.
Elementary Division First I
C ances and TV's. Many Easter Parade Is
I prize Dan Cody!, 6th grade, different -
are also being given II Given Invitation To !! Grand
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types of wood; second I OpeningOf
: appliance purchases. I
I Set for April 1 prize, Tony Parker, 5th grade,
I light and flouresence; third "Blessing of Fleet"By I Brannam's

f Church The Fifth Annual Easter Pa- prize, Kathy Emery and Becky S. EditorSt.
R. Sisto
rade, which is sponsored by the I Robertson, 66th grade, moths Health
Record StudioBrannam's
If Future Teachers Association of and butterflies. Augustine

Sports Bunnell High School, will be Junior High Division* First Boat-owning residents of Bun Health Studio and

Three athletes were staged on April 1 'at 8 o'clockin prize to Robert Giddens and nell and surrounding areas are Gym is holding is grand open-
:: sportsmanship .trophies I the school gymnasium. Ernie Spivey, both in 8th grade, invited to join in the "Blessingof I ing this week, Wednesday
day by the First ,Baptist I Parents are invited to enter for a water purification system; the Fleet" Palm Sunday, through Sunday.Mr. .
I in an assembly program their children, toddlers to six second prize to Ida Allen and I March 26th, in the bay waters I and Mrs Fred Brannamare
of in the Heidi Eisenbach, both 8th graders of St. Au ustine.i .
parade.
Bunnell High School. years age owners and managers of
honored were Bebe I I I Following the parade a Talent for digestive system; third i This event is both colorful the studio which is located at
:I. football, Sandy Gumble I Show with entrants from gradesone prize (tie) to Mike Church and and dignified, a revival of an 103 West Moody Blvd. (nearu.

Mike McMillan for I through 12 are- invited' to Heywood Gordonv8tlv grade, elec: ancient custom. practiced by .S. 1 and Moody Intersection).
The awards were-"' enter., *r' ,- tronics, ana'Ttf ies. \.Hugas and fishermen in the southern Med Beginning Monday, "March 20,
sportsmanship: ;displayed Those wishing Mo enter the I Becky Fillinger; 8th grade, the iterranean countries and brought the studio is offering courses

athletes not only during Talent Show: or the Easter Parade lungs. here by their descendants. The I for weight Deduction, gaining,
competition but in I may do so by contactingJoan Junior High Division-First traditional "blessing" is pro. body building and conditioning.
sions as well. A Preston or Mary Susan prize, Tom Minchew, 12th grade, nounced, by Catholic officials, I Steam baths, massages and per-
posed of instructors and 8)I Brannam. dissection of a raccoon; second asking the safety of the boats sonal instructions will be offer-
tators decided the Prizes will be given for the prize to Carol Hoskins and Caro- and the fishermen in them. For ed, the Brannams said.

I Each year the Baptist most talented, members of theFT line Clifton, 10th grade, for affects many years the annual event The public is invited to visit
awards the three trophies. A said. of antiseptics on bacteria; saw the opening of the com- the studio and get acquainted
Thomas Pinner, pastor I third prize (tie), Linda Harris merical shrimping season, and during the grand opening.
church, presented the Businessmen Will and Janice Lovelace, 10th grade, now the parade of boats and
nutrition. Also Mechele Steflik blessing is open to all motor-

METHODIST MEN Hold Social and Barbara Weaver ((10th powered boats, regardless of Florida AirportsDot
TonightThe grade) leaf collection and class- size, either fishing or pleasure
SPONSOR HAM
,
The Methodist Men's I Bunnell Businessmen'sAssociation i I ficaion. craft. Landscape
the Flagler Beach will hold a social !' :Mrs. Barbara Avery said "I "No fee, nor registration and .

Church are sponsoring a and supper meeting for members -i wish to express my thanks and no formality" are points empha- I Florida, an acknowledgedleader
I and their families at the 'I appreciation to all those who sized by the sponsors, the An- in
Shoot :
on Saturday, March I the field of aviation,
the Bunnell Airport. ,Bunnell Community Center to- helped to "make our science faira cient City Game Fish Associa- has 97 well equipped airportsfor
will night (Thursday). success. tion, who are extending invita-
: The shoot begin general public use, rankingthe
A cornbeef and tions to all boat of all
cabbage sup- owners ninth
noon, and they will state in this respect,
guage guns and 22 rifles.BLOOD per will be served at 7:30. Small Claims CourtThe creeds to decorate the craft with the Florida State Chamber of
Lewis Wadsworth will be I I bunting and flags, "bring the Commerce reports.
guest speaker for the eveningand following cases were family and friends for the outing "More
significantly, 45 of these
BANK will ,explain the Florida heard in the Small Claims Court and have the boat blessed. ; airports in the state are paved
State Chamber of Commerce Tuesday, March 14.
The at 11:30 I
(By Pat Co wart ceremony begins : and .fully lighted regularly.
aims and for the fu Raymond Jones vs. Libson
The blood bank objectives a. m. Palm Sunday with services : Only two other states have
ture of Florida. Braselton, Flagler Beach, judg- I
Flagler county has been by Monsignor John Burns in the I more. Fourteen Florida airports
successful by the ment in favor of plaintiff with Catholic Church, is followed bya I have runways of over 7,000 feet,
the donors and the Womans Club To costs. processional to the Yacht Pier I giving the state a rank of fifth.
have worked on Present Novel I'I Riverside Furniture Com. vs. in the bay, and the boats begin I "All told, there are 151 air-
Jack Abbott, Flagler Beach
their the head of
D. D. Moody, the parade past ports in Florida. addition to
chairman, is doing a Card Party $60.58. Judgment in favor of the pier at 12:30 p. m. the 97 for general use, 54 are
job in seeing that Friday evening, March 24, plaintiff with costs. A marshall boat will arrangethe either military airports with re-
Woman's Club will introduce Riverside Furniture Co. vs.
pattern by radio and stricted civilian
runs as smootly as mega- use or are not
Shelton Barber, recruting Progressive Military Whist to Keith Harper, Bunnell, $32.43. phone for the boats, which are well enough equipped for regu-
man, has been doing a the public at the club house, Judgment in favor of plaintiff to be assembled south of the' lar use. Florida was one of six
"overtime" in getting Flagler Beach, Ted Weber said with costs. Bridge of Lions and the Yacht states have a gain in numbersof
nors down to the blood 'I today. The party is scheduledfor Citizens Bank vs. James Hall, Pier by 11:00 a. m. At trolling airports during the pase five
unit. (If you have an 8 o'clock.Mr. Bunnell, $15.10. Defendant to speed the hundreds of boats will years as most states are con-
pint of blood Shelton Weber said the game is pay $5.00 per week, with costs. pass in review before the massed solidating a number of their air
glad to put your name highly fascinating to both Citizens Bank vs. J. Sheffield spectators on the bridge and the I facilities. In 1955, there were
donors list). young and old alike and should $207.06. Garnishment with costs. bayfront, colorful balloons will 143 airports in Florida.

Mrs. Freda Deen, prove very enjoyable to all who be released and a wreath of "Last year, active civil air-
committee chairman,. has play it. Mr. Weber will direct WICKLINE ATTENDS memorial flowers to those deathsat craft in the state numbered 2-
worked successfully to and explain how: the game is MID-YEAR MEETINGIN I sea will be consigned to the 352 and active pilots 15,096.
the women volunteers to be played. He also said no bay.Boats Twenty-four aviation schools are
in the drawings. Those other game requiring a -deck of TALLAHASSEEGeorge launched from trailersfor maintained in the state.
who have volunteered are cards is as colorful or compar- Wickline has returned the event are informed of "A network of 6,750 miles of

Galloway, Betty able to this game. from ,a three-day mid-year con- landings: AlA south at Anastasia aerial highways, or airlanes,
omi Rodgers Shirley This game has gone over very ference of the State Associationof St. Park; AlA north at either I f 4,782 of which are used at high
Frankie Hoff, :Mary big for churches, lodges, and County Commissioners held end of Vilanp Bridge; Boat Club I I frequency, covers Florida. Since
Jeanette Bertha, Margaret clubs in New England, he-said. in Tallahassee.This ramp, west side AlA 3 miles I I the beginning of the federal airport .
Etta Peterson, Gladys There will be a limit this meeting was devoted to north of city. program in 1947, a total of
Gertie Ramsey, Mary time to 20 tables of four playersat preparing the legislative program $37,906,000 (about half being
land, Phyllis Barber, a table. Those wishing reservations which will be presentedto Florida has 1,000 fewere horses federal funds) has been spenton
may call Mrs. Heydt I the legislature by the asso- and mules-work stockthisyear the Improvement of airportsin
(Continued on page 9.2186 or Mrs. Juengling 92010. ciation. than last. I the state."



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I PAGE TWO THE FLAGLER TRIBUNE, BUNNELL, FLORIDA Thursday, :March 161$61.; .

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l The outdoor living room is oft 'other features of the lot. large'enough to give\'the.Chouse! J relative size of mature .'plants -
in" "
q .en the front yard, the outside Graph or tracing paper will the proper setting. The size of I!with: the size of the area, and

kitchen is the grill in the. backyard do fine for the initial '"art the lot and the house are the the size of the buildings. .
By Hervey Sharpe, I 'and the work room in the work." .limiting! factors. I I
Landscaping is a job that's in- I
3 Landscaping was once a I house compares with the util- Once the features are record..
Front Yard 1 1 teresting I and a lot of fun for-
simple, operation. I ity area in the yard. ed, the real job of landscaping
For better looks"make the the entire family. Give it
a try.
Settlers chose a spot with I Landscaping adds to ,the enjoyment begins. The first thing to remember I I
I front yard wider than it is
built-in features,, including a of these outdoor living is that a landscape (
) I deep, but in harmony with THE OUTBOARDER
sunny slope, shade trees and I areas, according to Dr. J.-N. Joiner ':project is personalized or custom other properties. Beware of I ti
native shrubs. They accentuated University of Florida orna- built for every family. Authorized Evinrude Dealer
curving walks. It's easier to
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their spacious domain with pick-I mental horticulture professor. Study the habits of the family BOATS ACCESSORIES REPAIRS

, ets and whitewash. Plants improve the beauty of I before planting even single work straight with walks plants and likewise alongside it's i Dockage Storage Tree Ramp I

Today, homeowners are lured I the home, increase the usefulness I blade of grass. A few familiesuse WE FINANCE
easier to mow the adjacent .
onto treeless fields by streamers j of the yard and enhance j the front door, many enter lawn. 825 Ballough. Rd-Daytona

and fancy entrances. Homesare the value of the property. Also, the house via' the carport and 1

cramped on miniature lots. 1 a good landscape plan providessome I the rest drive around to ,the Allow enough space in the TV SERVICE

rJ Owners are hard pushed to find food for the family table. ![back so the neighbors won't see utility area for a carport for the '

I hiding places for the garbage I Make Drakings .1 i I the latest purchases. jalopy, and the boat and trailer. ALL MAKES ti

pail, the trash burner or the Landscape projects don't hap Besides landscaping for convenience Tool shed, clothes lines and -

fender-dented jalopy that isn't I pen-they must be plannedThe of assorted sizes of garbage cans, may be located For

good enough for the front drive. I plan need not be elaborate.All cars and motorbikes, it's a good here. E&A&A& PHILGO :

Whether,country city estate or I you need is a 'scale drawing idea to consider a walk for The back yard is for family ,

subdivision, Florida living is of the building, trees andthis I I formal visitors who might accidentally recreation, relaxation and en- ANTENNAS SOLD

synonymous with outdoor living. I, I I park in the street. tertainment. Make it as largeas I AND INSTALLED

Before setting plants, remember possible.The '
TUBES TESTED FREE 1 1I
that just as the house is first law, of landscapingis

CLASSZFIEDJ divided into rooms, the yard simplicity. Follow this "law"

I week's/ should be divided into areas. and the yard won't look clut- I TVBob : ;,

areas. These are front or pub- tered. Also, the yard will be
ADS I M f\&f*MM t+ lic service and backor easier to maintain.In .
/ ..}) or utility FLAGLER BEACH
private. selecting and spacing 'I
j
Listings under this heading are I SY At1DtlY tANf PHONE HE 9-2204
3 cents per word each Insertion, Design the front area only plants, remember to consider ;
75 cents In minimum charge. I ...

FOR SALE-1959 Ford 2-door 313? I

I i .sedan 26M miles, R&H,' good, automatic tires, mechanic-drive, 12.20L f 1 AREA BUSINESS DIRECTORY I I!

ally O.K. Must sell, price $1145.

{ See J.W. Green, Flagler Beach
Hotel. 3-16-tfc AUTO SERVICE BUILDING SUPPLIES t FLOOR COVERING


FOUND-Stray Beagle dog, own-' t I McDANIEL'S WICKLINE i Tilecraft Company .

er can have dog by identifica- Service Station Building Supplies "LET US FLOOR YOU" I}
tion and paying for this ad. P.O. Armstrong & Kentile 1 j

Box 431 Bunnell. 3-16-ltp I STANDARD OIL PRODUCTS CEMENT -STEEL CEMENT BLOCKS Sold and Installed i;

All Work Guaranteed ,'
I TRADE Massey-Harris front Tires-Batteries-Minor Repairs
Flagler Beach HE 9-2254 Ormond Beach OR 7-3181
I t end loader for a 5 or 6-foot Rotary Bunnell ID 7-7119 ;

i Mower. Call HE 9-2043 or 9I CLEANERS I FURNITURE i

write H. R. Hunt, Flagler Beach.
I Biddle Gulf ServiceGASOILLUBRICATION
Ormond Bedding and
March 9-2tc I I I
Of, BUNNELL CLEANERSEVERY Furniture Co.
FOR RENT-two and three-room GULF TIRES & BATTERIESOpen i Substantial Discounts on AllBEDSSOFASFURNITURE

I furnished apartments. Week, 7 A.M.-10 P.M.-7 Days CLEANING I $10 Tradeln Covers Down PaymentR. "

month;permanent Utilities furn State&Lambert US 1-ID 7-7190 SERVICE S. ROBENBERRY, Owner
t ished. Capitol Motel (under new Open Dally S to 8 }I 69 Granada Ormond Bch. OR 7-6411

ownership) at Korona. Colonial Service StationEARL Phone ID 7-3188 .
1 t l Feb. 16tiSEPTIC E. RICE. Proprietor 115 N. Bay St Bunnell. I GARDEN SHOP I

Gray's Garden Center
\ \\ I.
TANK-cleaning reasonable GAS-OIL-LUBRICATION
CONCRETE PRODUCTS Headquarter for Gardening Need -
rates. George Jarosz PhoneID MOTOR TUNE-UP
I Ceramics Gifts. Dry Arrangement
7-3410 3.2 to 8-24-tp GOODYEAR-TIRES & BATTERIES Materials
Your "Q" For ConcreteDial Annuals Shrubbery Fertilizers
U. S. HIWAY 1 BUNNELL
I FOR SALE-Flagler Beach house CL 3-8113 TORO LAWN MOWERS

partly furnished. Two bedrooms, 147. Tomoka Avenue-Ph. OR 7-051'
CCB, large lot, located on Pal- Sullivan's Gulf Service DAYTONA BEACHQuillian's ORMOND
.
metto Ave. in Venice Park. Price GULF HARDWARE
Concrete Inc.
$8,500.00. Call Ed Mathews, I GA80ILSLUBRICATIONTIRESTUBESACCESSORIES ,
Gainesville FR 6-9064. THAT FAMOUS PAINT
Beach Information
Dec. 1 Tf. "Specializing in Service and DRUG STORES -- Exclusively ataiz
Clean Rest Rooms"In
FOR RENT-Unfurnished large The Heart of Flagler Beach I FLAGLER
BEACHHARDWARE
Anderson Drug Store '
2-bedroom garage apartment.Call I.

HE 9-2318. or see Zeke ..: 860 AUTO REPAIRS .- Prescriptions I
Chaffee. 11-17-tf I Sick Room Supplies Flagler Beach HE 9-2103
EDGAR'S GARAGE I
Dress Pattern No. 3127-Eaty Does It Sundries
FOR SALE-Your best buy in I _Casual little suit with loose fitting 24-Hour Towing Service Village HardwarCenter t
town. New 2 bedroom home. Tile jacket. The very cut that makes it smart COMPLETE AUTO REPAIRS BUNNELL HOUSE PAINTS 'J

bath, electric kitchen, screened I alto" make* for easy sewing. No. 3137 Automatic Transmission Service Match and mix any color 'I
comes In sizes 12, 14 16, 18, 20. Size
porch, terrazzo floor, extra big I 14 takes ash yards of 39-inch fabric or Wheel Balancing-Front Alignment End Moody's PharmacyFlagler Builder's Supplies Kitchenware 41 j

( garage with half bath. Waterfront 2% yards of 54-inch. 240 Granada Ormond-OR 7-0883 County's Corner Drug Store GIFTS GREETING CARDS .'

lot. Third house on Avalon PRESCRIPTIONS AlA Ormond Beach CL 2.0420
I dainty "
Ave., in Venice Park. AUTOMATIC TRANSMISSION DRUGS-SUNDRIES
I pineapple stitch. It makes a nice bazaar JEWELER I
AND
or gift item. Pattern No. 860 give com FOUNTAIN SERVICE
3 bedroom home, 2 tiled baths, pfete instructions. HOLLY HILLHYDROMATIC O. F. BEACH
Bunnell Flo. Phone ID 7-3661 I ,
) big electric kitchen, Florida Send 35c for each dress pattern, 25c SERVICE Jeweler (

room, 2 single garages, and work for each each pattern needlework for first pattern class(add mailing lOc)for to Repairing- RebuildingCentral ORMOND PRESCRIPTION Elgin Watches-Diamonds

shop or boat house on water AUDREY LANE BUREAU, Box 1490, New Florida' first specialists la I PHARMACYSick Exceptional Gifts .1
front lot. Third house on Lantana York I, New York. AUTOMATIC TRANSMISSIONS Watch S
1239 Ridgewood Holly Hill Repairs-Engraving t
Room Sundries
Ave., Venice Park. See OR 7.1381 Supplies- -
4e W. Granada Ormond Beach
Emil Huber, builder. Lantana 24-Hour Prescription Service OR 7-2384 'I
Ave., HE 92196. 12.15-tf LARGE FISH WORMSFOR BAR AND PACKAGE STOREBAMBOP Free Delivery in Flagler Beach I
Rt AlA 1 ml. North of PAINTING CONTRACTOR
SALE $1.00 100 ORMOND BEACH-TeL OR 7-1661
FOR BENT furnished 2 bedroomone per

bath house, Daytona Ave., Orlin B. Green Thompson PharmacyYour R. MoodyPAINTING -
BAR & COCKTAIL
Flagler Beach. Completely ren I PHONE ID 7-3585 Health Is Wealth .

ovated. $65.00 per month. Keys 206 So. Stone Bunnell Fla.ilr LOUNGE Put YourPRESCRIPTIONS
can be picked up at Sullivan's I Open Under New Management I

Gulf Station. Nov 10-tf I Come In and Get Acquainted. In Our Hands Phone ID 7-3240

m 3Jtlugltr? wrtbuurDUlnfELL. Ormond Drugs A; Prescription Shop i BUNNELL, FLORIDA -
FOR RENT on the ocean 1 and I Ocean Blvd AlA Flagler Beach .141 W. Granada-Ormond 7-1421

2 bedroom apartments completely FLORIDA RADIO-TELEVISION I

furnished, utilities included. FLAGLER BEACH: GILL DRUG COMPANY I
Sensible rate day, week month, PAUL'S RADIO & TV
or permanent. Sun Sea Motel I MRS. M. B. FULLER Editor HOTEL BAR Walgren AgencyPRESCRIPTIONS Atenno Sales & Installations '1

formerly Flagler 1\Ianor- "The Meeting Place Authorized Sales RCA VictorWe J

9-15-tf Designated Official PnbUeatl of Flagler County"Jim Sick Room Supplies Sundries repair all other" TV A Radio set
for" Public ir.tlee* .f Flatter"
and Yvonne ServiDBont.E 10 W. Granada Ave. Ormond Beach 1370 Ocean Blvd ALA t,
Municipalities therein OR 7-525O
c..f7.
Ormond Beach OR 7-2852
JOHNSTON'SFLAGLER and the State .f Florida .
FUEL OILKING'S -
GASHARRIS
BEACH REALTY CO. NURSERY
HOMES. OCEAN FRONT.J Entered ,aa **ond class matter BOTTLE GAS
LOTS. TRUCK ,STOP Wheel
February 191S.at the poctofflect Wagon Nursery
I
WATER FRONT FARMS BULK
BOTTLE
or PHILLIPS 66 GAS & OILS Shade
Trees Potted Plants
ACREAGESee Bamacll. Florida, under act e f FLAGLER COUNTY'S ONLY, ;
Delivery In the County 'on Shrubs
March 3, 1ST*
real estate
needs
us for TOUT HOME OWNED GAS COMPANY
Fuel 1.000 plants free with
Fuel Oil, Kerosene., Tractor : one every
Office Phone HE 9-2242 PHONE ID 7-3551: dollar you spend. Thousands of S
ODe7e&l'- ----*=. Gasoline varltlca at reduced prices. Beat to '
I Residence Phones ID 7-3691
Help Flagler County Grow town.
I tttr month ,i.H
11.Sa 1 N. Hansel ID 7-3678
or ID 7-3517 By Shopping at Home 843 S. U.S. 1 Hwy, Ormond Beach

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g- Thursday, March 16, 1961 THE FLAGLER TRIBUNE. BlINNELL. FLORIDA JIR?'V' PAGE THREE
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,.- among those who .know only I I resources and money. The re- I have, squandered our resources T I what does the' coach call for

misery andy hunger.We 'suits have, to put it mildly been I by the billions, but the old pros now? Rush in the rookies!
have tried to alleviate mis- of the enemy keep pushing us An old and able friend of
ery and hunger around the I missions I back until we just about have mine, the ambassador of a
:world with vast outlays of our I jic and just plain eleemosynary our backs to the goal line. And
(Continued on page 7)
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,.,;.,.;",".. OPENING HEALTH .STUDIO & GYM

? A.S.
'" (Syd) Herlong
mm m mm
,,
' "t 103 West Moody Blvd.
',:.-.: Congressman Fifth District
:::'', .. (Near U. S. 1 & Moody Intersection)
! _: The President has set up his
y :::. ", 'pilot" Peace Corps on ,a tempo..amat -
i ; ,Thursday March 16th thru Sunday March 19th t
.1f'..."v' irary basis. On the face of it, .
_.: :.:,. is is a ,noble, altruistic gestureon : ..f, "
.. til For Course
"' 9 9
",:::.' the part of the United Statesto a. m. p. m. Setting Up .

augment its traditional grim : .....
... but generous foreign aid and
embark on' a program of "shake!
and howdy" in an effort to make
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, .'.,Y :friends of our less fortunate COURSES STARTING MARCH 20th 4:3Op. m. to 9:30: p. m.
-., :' '. brethren around the world. Perhaps -
; it will work. I hope. and ALTERNATE NIGHTS FOR THE LADIES
., pray 'it will.However .
.il' "
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.._ the idea of our sending -
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BODY BUILDING & CONDITIONING
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I 7Lt'Li11c I her uncle, Sam Gay, from Lake 4
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-i' 0 Mr. and :Mrs. Robert Stryker i
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LUNA BABBITT from Collins, Ohio, are house Of Flagler Beach: -

I Telephone HEmlock 9-2093 guests of his brother and sister- _
in-law, Mr. and Mrs. J. P. Stryker -
I humbly accept decision at the
your polls on
FLAGLER WOMAN'S CLUB new card: "Military Whist" Sr., this week.
game Tuesday, March 7, and will endeavor to be worthyof
,
i will be introduced at the club trust. '
The Flagler Woman's Club Mr. and Mrs. Robert J. Wal- your
, house on March 24th at 8 o'clock.i .
held their business meeting last Respectfully,
lace arrived three weeks
Tickets are being sold for the I ago
Wednesday afternoon in the evening.A from Toronto, Canada, and are George WicklineI
club house with Mrs. Frank
first aid course was started living in their new home on
Brede, president, presiding. Host- last Monday which will run for South Flag er Ave.
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seven consecutive Monday - .
Several letters were read from nights. Meetings start at 7:30 Donnie Aaron arrived this I II I

the Florida Federation concerning and the course is free of chargefor week from Fort Bragg, N. C., and
the "Good Neighbor, Policy" anyone. :Mrs. Peg 'Moody is he and his wife are visiting
and they urged this club to the instructor. with his parents here, Mr..and wish to express my appreciation for your
) also Mrs. Dally served coffee and I I Mrs. Willie Lee Aaron and also I
stress its promotion. They support in for
campaign Town
my Commissioner
her Mr. and Mrs. Em-
parents :
requested club members to ask cookies at the conclusion of the
the state officials to vote for the meeting. I mett Strickland in Korona. of Flagler Beach.

Library Aid Fund since Florida i

r is the only state that has none. REVIVAL THIS WEEKAT I Mr. and Mrs. Aubrey Spivey

l It was decided for the club to BAPTIST CHURCH I and son, Darryl, moved Tuesday Harry B. Treadwell
r... send letters to our Representative to Hillcrest. :
and to our Senator on these. Revival services began Sun I .
r day at the Flagler Beach Baptist I
Mrs. Breae named the following JUNIOR WOMAN'S
Church to the entire :
run
,j committee Mrs. "
nominating : CLUB SOCIAL -- --
Bennie Clay, chairman, Mrs. E. week through Sunday evening.Rev. .
Members of the Junior Wom
Millard Brock, the ,
tl' P. Fleurie, :Mrs. Alfred Batten, pastor an's Club and their husbandshad
is conducting the services. Everybody THANKS TO THE VOTERS
Mrs. Clarence Shultz, and Mrs. their social meeting Satur
.
is invited.It
II Sam Novick. They decided to in OF FLAGLER
was decided during the day evening by gathering a BEACHI
send a donation to the Red Cross and dining at Club 92
business of the church group
Drive of which Mrs. D. D. Moodyof meeting .in Daytona Beach. wish to express my appreciation to the votersof
Bunnell is chairman.It last Wednesday evening to I After the dinner, they divided Flagler Beach for the support you showed in the

was announced that on change family night of to the into two groups, one going danc- recent election. For your vote, I am most grateful.
fourth each
Monday evening
March 22, the social
Wednesday
month. A pot-luck supper will ing and the other going to a I will work in the best interest of our town.
would have
meeting
as guest
be held at 7 P.M.. Each family theatre. Among those present
speaker Mr. Henry Saltzman of Mr. and Mrs. At- Respectfully
the various were: Harry ,
night
organizationsof
I Daytona Beach. He is from the church will meet in their kinson, Dr. and Mrs. F. A. Reyn-
I Saltsman's Gallery and Art olds Leonard C.
after the Mr. and Mrs. Sam Hay- Moody
departments
Studio. Also on that afternoon, supper. I
i' wood, Mr. and Mrs. Tom Gal-
; Miss Emily Gage, director of the II I loway, :Mr. and Mrs. H. V. Peavy
! club's choral group, requested Mrs. Wayts Musick from Er-
and Mr. and Mrs. Gale Mercer.
f the choral group to be there at win Tenn., is here on vacationand J
The junior club has conductedthe IHSORE-Sfay Insured & Rest AssuredGET
1 P.M. to begin rehearsal for accompanying her are her Flagler Beach part of the
their presentation at the installation parents,Mr. and Mrs. E. C. Whit-
Red Cross Drive for Mrs. D. D.
I
!I of officers meeting in May. son from Brevard, N. C. Moody of Bunnell, county chair- THE BEST PROTECTION FROM
Hostesses will be Mrs. Harold
I'. Massie, Mrs. Phillip Kester, and Visitors Sunday with Mr. and man.

Mrs. Lewis Hogeboom. Mrs. T. J. Miller were her brother Eggs provideythe entire groupof H. T. COOK AGENCY
'\ Mrs. Frank Schwenk, chair and sister in.law, Mr. and essential amino acids-the
man of the ways and means Mrs. Hubert Alligood from I building blocks of proteins. Citizens Bank Bldg. Bunnell, Florida
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; Frank Clegg, Hastings, Mrs. L.L.\ ery and medical treatment at a I Mrs. Harry Devine of Yarikston,
f Harris, Sr., and Mrs. '''J. B. Math- hospital there. South Dakota.Mr. .

erly.
Mrs. Bobby McCort and children and Mrs. Travis Chambers -
II I visited here Tuesday of spent last weekend in Clax-
COUNTRY CLUB MEETS
LOCAL43P this week with Mr. and Mrs. ton, Ga., visiting with relatives.
a WITH MRS. MOORE
I I Wallace Weeks and Mr. and
II
Mrs. Betty Moore was hostess Mrs. Raymond Smith.

t I at a meeting of the Country I ADO AJRSfiURS -

Knight-Anderson: j MISSIONARY VISITS i Club Monday evening at her I Miss lona Moody of Orlando TO MAXB YOU,.. C
, BAPTIST CHURCH .home, Bimini. I visited here during the past c
Vows Recited j I Final plans were made for the f -
Mrs Robert Parham, Jr., accompanied weekend with her parents, Mr.
The First Methodist Church of! by Mrs.. Marguerite Eleventh Annual Cabbage Ball and Mrs. D. D. Moody.Mr. iHitt V
the setting at 71| which is sponsored by the club.
Bunnell was Dailey of Mclntosh, a former
P.M. Friday for the wedding of j college roommate and Bunnell Members also worked on decora and Mrs. R. A. Powell are
Miss Kathy Anderson and Mr.!resident, was guest of honor at tions for the ball. spending several days this week
Walter Eugene Knight, 3rd. Rev.i the home of Mrs. Duane Deen, Tickets for the ball will be. visiting with relatives in Fort
W. L. Spicer, Jr., performed the when the JoAnn Parham Circle on sale Saturday at the Riverside Myers and also on an outing to
double ring ceremony in the I I.of the WMU organized in February Furniture Store from 10 to Sanibel Beach.A. uta o

presence of the families and a 1958, and named for her, noon. Reservations may also .a
I friends. I I. be made at the same time. 0
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few close met Tuesday morning. Mrs. C. Rodgers is a patient in ltl
Given in marriage by her I I Deen served coffee and cakes to Reservations may also be made St. Vincent's Hospital in Jacksonville -
father, the bride had as her ma !I her guests. Yellow and White by calling IDlewood 73183. where he underwent
I tron of honor and only attend Iris corsages were presented to Club President Margie Kinney Tuesday morning.
'I II surgery
at the business meet
ant, Mrs. Juanita Haywood. Mr. Mrs. Parham, Mrs. Dailey and ,presided 1O
I I ing. Mrs. Moore served a refreshment
I Knight served as best man for Mrs. Frank Clegg of Hastings.i .
,
Betty Miller, Mike Koczwanski -
his son. Mr. Eldon Knight, < I course to her guests.f
[ group enjoyed a luncheon and Dr. Allen Reynolds at. ANOSO
brother of the groom was usher. atTh
I i Restaurant. At 2 o' I I tended a two-day course in ad.I tASYi
bride is the of
The daughter
j EARL WILSON VISITING
I clock Mrs. Parham, who has I vanced dentistry at the University TO U !
Mr. and Mrs. Gilbert S. Anderson I MR. AND MRS. EISENBACHEarl
served with her husband in the of Florida Hospital inS
I of Bunnell. The bridegroom I
Baptist mission field in Nigeria Wilson, who is stationedat Gainesville last weekend.
is the son of Mr. Walter Eugene
I Knight and the late Mrs. Elizabeth since 1953, spoke to a group in the U.S. Naval Hospital in
I Price Knight of Flagler the First Baptist Church. Mrs. California, is spending a thirty- I' Guests of Mr. and 1frs.V.. E.
" County. I John Clegg, WMU president, .day leave here with relatives.I.Kudrna this week are Mr. and
'gave the welcome and intro- I He is the house guest of his -- -
their
The couple are making
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home at 200 North Railroad St., duced Mrs. Marguerite Dailey t brother in law and sister in law,
i Bunnell. who in turn introduced Mrs. Mr. and Mrs. C. B. Eisenbach, I dma .
I Parham. Mrs. Frank Clegg was and will also visit with the C.B.,
I'
soloist and was accompanied by King family. I
?
I ROYAL NEIGHBORS (Miss Elaine Deen. Rev. Pinner I II
I Mr. Wilson is on leave from
f MEETS WITH MRS. 'I
benediction. I
I gave the the hospital where he received I
I IRENE DURRANCEMrs. ,
I The Parhams with their four I medical treatment and under-

, Irene Durrance was host 'sons are spending a year's furlough :went surgery for injuries reedy I I Saturday Evening Cocktail Hour -
ess to members of the Royal in Gainesville and in |ed in an automombile accident:
Neighbors for,their social meeting !Jacksonville with his parents last July. His wife, Ferrell, was, 7to9
I recently. Mrs. Mable Frank i I Mr. and Mrs. Robert Parham, Sr., killed in the accident. EVERY SECOND DRINK FREE, Except Beer
of Flagler Beach was welcomed 3020 Bessent ,Road, Jacksonville. I He will return to the hospital l
J
I as a new member. Attending the luncheon in ad- during April for further treat Dancing To The Music Of
r; The next meeting will be held:dition to Mrs. Parham and Mrs. ment.
,ii at the home'of Mrs. Naomi Hos- i Dailey, were Mrs. L. H. Church The Country Rocks
;circle chairman Mrs. Duane Mrs. Jim Tweed and Robert
\ ford on North Anderson St., on ; son,
March 27 at 7:30, P.M. 1 Deen, Mrs. L. S. Sheffield, Mrs. Tweed, have returned t 0 J:
I: |C. H. Cowart, Mrs. John, Clegg'. their home here on.South ;Moore:1: ', 9 to 2

It\. E. Coy Harris jr was a business I.Mrs .Thomas Pinner, Mrs. T. M.,'I t St., from ,Jacksonville where: Flagler Beach On Ocean Shore Blvd. AlA I

':I visitor Jin Jacksonville Tuesday..I'Pinner- Sr., of-Jacksonville- ; Mrs, Robert recently underwent surgeFROZENFOODS I! !i
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III PAGE SIX .. THE FLAGLER TRIBUNE, BUNNELL, FLORIDA Thursday, March 16, 1961'dub

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Hears Program tending the churches of their room for recitals, movies and Mrs. Parker said ments.

I. choice, and activity In' civic 'rehabilitation area boat dock "Moral suport is the only requirement -, "Private developers will continue

For' Flagler Beach garden and social clubs where _I and Center Services concession. and not one cent is to build the type of individual

they feel they 'belong' is their ; "Resident's rates of estimated expected to be paid by.any of homes in Flagler Beach

Housing Industry desire to build a new future: I rates of $110 per month per Person the organizations supporting it through private enterprise, it is

These older people need us, j. will include board at the morally, now or ever The money hoped," Mrs. Parker concluded.

'."Senior Citizens Housing Cen and we need them," M s. Parker Center dining room and' laundry will be supplied by the government -

ter" was the theme of the Rotary added. I of all linen. Two bedroom units !I and it will be built to Notice is hereby NOTICE given that the

Club's guest speaker last "Housing is an industry. One may be $200 per month, per per- I meet all government require- Board receive of County sealed Commissionerswill bids on the

Thursday jn Bunnell. of the greatest and most noble son. I I -- 30th day of March. A. D. 1961 at
I the hour of 9:00 o'clock A.M. in
causes be advanced in lend-
\ Jofin, Cannon, program chair- can "Duplex cottages are another RCA VICTOR the office of the Clerk of the Cir-
ing moral support to the plans," cuit Court in the Flagler County
of
type Con-
-man., in his introduction Mrs. building planned. LIVING COLOR TV Courthouse for the following:
-p r 'Parker pf Flagler Beach she explained, "I hope you Rotarians struction, of these may be by Gasoline and other motor fuels
will "LOOK FOR THE PICTUREIN oils and greases for a period of
discuss this
said: This is the first time in project capital furnished by those desiring THE "'INDO\,," (1) year from the date of accept

the history of our Rotary Club later for this purpose. Flagler to live in them with the Southern Radio & Television I ance The of Board bid. reserves the right to

that a woman has been invited Beach land is' adapted best for understanding they have a life- 226 E. Granada ORAIONDO. -Ph. OR 7-2001 reject any and all bids.
Dated at Bunnell. Florida this
such .
appropriate industry. Nature
as guest speaker.' time lease. 7th day of March A. D. 1961.

Louis Steflik, president, directed provides sun, sea, surf, good "A nursing home is to be built ............. . .-. .5. ......-. ATTEST ALFRED It TUCKER Chairman

% a question ,and answer fishing, hunting and healthful later in the program. i i : F. ALFORD j E. A. SMYTHE. Clerk Board of
County Commissioners of Flag-
period' following the talk._ climate. The Center is not a nursing I County Florida.

"An action'program on aging," I "The plant consists of a large home. "Healthy retired ,people i I- BrOker March 9-16-tc -.

said Mrs. ,Parker, "is the great I contemporary building all under who want to get away from cus- Real Estate IN TilE CIRCUIT COURT OF
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concern of the, government on one roof with landscaped todial care, and apply their wis- .I Bunnell, Florida FLAGLER IN CHANCERY COUNTY NO. 3828 FLORIDA,

the Federal, State and Local courtyard. Two hundred fully dom and rich experience to doiling _. . . . BERTHA WADE
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level." furnished units with private things they've dreamed ofj -- vLPATRICK

Findings and recommenda- baths will include recreationalarea !j will benefit every man, woman J FREE PAINTOne ANTHONY 'VADE.Defendant ,

tions of the Citizens Advisory game rooms, assembly 'and child in. Flagler County," ; NOTICE TO DEFEND
I THE STATE OF FLORIDA TO:
'Committee on Aging was thefcasls I extra gallon of your choice Patrick Anthony Wade

...:.. II with each tralloi- you buy 414 Maple Avenue
used. On economics and .':. .. II I
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employment; "thousands ,of re- I Mary Carter Paint Store You are hereby notified that a
suit has been filed against you
rtired persons have incomes I in the above entitled cause; and
AIMO Westcate shopping Center
Tanging'' in varied amounts from I you are hereby required to file
: your answer with the Clerk of
$350 to $1,000 per month and this Court and to serve a copy

I upward Mrs. Parker said statistics III tiff's thereof attorney upon the whose plaintiff name or plain-and

show. I address is:
%ry W. Cecil Grant
'These people are seeking aTiew Y'M 407% Main Street
home life and will establish a I I Daytona Beach. Floridanot
later than March 31st A. D.,
their roots in the commun ,4 w I 1961.
I If you fail to do so, decree pro
;ities they are wanted where confesso will be entered against
-adequate recreation and modem you for the relief demanded in the
rr411 ) bill of complaint. The nature of
-comfortable units with servicesare i I said suit being for DIVORCE.
WITNESS hand and seal of
: my
provided. This will create I I said Court this 27th day of February -

new jobs for local residents. ,HY M A. D. 1961.
(Official Seal)
"Relatives and friends who : ApwM E. A. SMYTHE

I visit these aging new citizens Mar. 2-9-16-23-4tc Clerk of said Circuit Court

will necessarily stay at local ;
IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF
motels and hotels nearby, she
i FLAGLER COUNTY, FLORIDA,

said, "room space in the Center -I FLEET POWER Artist's conception of new assault ship for :i i j PHILIP IN CHANCERY E. GIBSON NO. 4181.

will dictate. Participation in II British Navy shows it will carry landing craft capable of being j Plaintiff

Ihe life of.the community, at launched by flooding: certain parts of the Assault"'ship. | LELA W. GIBSON vs ,

I C....,n....,. .rc.t r I Defendant.
NOTICE TO DEFEND
i IF TRAVEL GETS ANY THE STATE OF FLORIDA. TO

I EASIER AND FASTER IT, i'I Greensboro.Lela W. Gibson North Carolina

LOOKS AS IF WE'D RUM You are hereby notified that a
r suit has been filed against in
.\ L r you
t .: t OUT OF GEO6RAPHYj the above entitled cause; .and you
1- are hereby required to file your answer -
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/ I with the Clerk of this Court
/ISO: CLEAN, !: Our expert auto. service I and to serve a copy thereof upon I 1

makes all the difference in I the plaintiff or plaintiff's attorney <<
: whose address is
I, .. -. -. %i the world when you drive I H.aF.eono1c : t tI

I .', your car. What's more, a I. not later Bunnell.than Florida April 17th, A. D.
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I r '". _.....: regular checkup saves wear 1961.If you fail ,to do so. decree pro
.\ .. and tear on valuable engine confesso will be entered againstyou
'. \ I for the relief demanded in the
.t I, parts. bill of complaint. The nature of
\ 1 |I said suit being for divorce.
I I WITNESS my hand and seal of
said Court this 13th day of MarchA.
.. D. 1961. I
(Official Seal)
E. A. SMYTHE
Clerk of said Circuit Court
I I March 16-23-30 & April 6-4tc I

j IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OP
: I KLAGLER COUNTY. FLORIDA I
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Ji I IN CHANCERY NO. 4208

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'- ltC'u THE STATE OF FLORIDA TO-

; I. Violet Levine
Residence UnknownYou
.T r.l -. ..; S : are hereby notified that a.
.:,', Notice is hereby given that the suit has been filed against you in I
Board of County Commissioners
l the above entitled cause; and you ;
will receive sealed bids on the
are hereby required to file an-
your
30th, day of March A. D. 1961 at I swer with the Clerk of this Court t
'i. J ,; the hour of 9:00 o'clock A. M. in and to. serve a copy thereof upon \
the office of the Clerk of the Cir the plaintiff or plaintiff's
attorney.
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.j., cuit Court in the Flakier County
whose name and address is: 1
f. t Courthouse for the following: 't Samuel V. Holch'
L. P. Gas for the Courthouse.
...j. ', : 1 110 North Third Street I
Stockade and Jail for a period of Palatka Floridanot
'. : : one (1) year from the date of acceptance later than April 14th A. D., {
of bid. 1961.
? / The Board the right to 4
v reserves If you fail to do so. decree pro
: 1 $$: &S.}.,.;{ }:{VV: **'{ii?':+-r-{;sT' L Dated at Bunnell. Florida, this you for the relief demanded in the I
7th day of March A. D. 1961. bill of complaint. The nature of
ALFRED R. TUCKER Chairman said suit being for divorce.
ATTEST: WITNESS my hand and seal of
__Ji> E. A. SMYTHE. Clerk Board of said Court this 6th day of March
County Commissioners of Flag- A. D. 1961.Official .
: : with TlameleSS electric County Florida. ( Seal)
a range; : March 9-16--2tc E. A. 'SMYTHE.
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*/ Clerk of said Circuit Court
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COURT
,. IV THE CIRCUIT
March
16-23-30 & April 6-4tc
,. FLAGLER COUNTY,FLORIDA,
.'j .. No soot to blacken pots 'n pans they'll stay "lace handkerchief IN CHANCERY NO. 4195INKZ IN THE CIRCUIT COURT SEVENTH -
E. VAN NEST .
JUDICIAL CIRCUIT. LV AND
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-1 : <- clean. Flameless electricity doesn't produce greasy film Plaintiff. FOR FLAGLER COUNTY FLORIDA -

.. walls and curtains. Everything shiny-bright and W.SVAN IN CHANCERY. CASE NO.
'1. to'cling to stays ELWOOD NEST 4211
._I I : ._ f Defendant. JOYCE M. MORGAN,
':' j : fresh-looking longer. You'll reduce your kitchen cleaning chores NOTICE TO DEFEND Plaintiff.
fi'
j- ; : FLORIDA. TO:
THE STATE OF .vs-
r'_ ;:f ,,,: : and pot-scrubbing drudgery. Elwood W. Van Nest ALVA MORGAN '
115 Duer Street Defendant.NOTICE :;
f-' 1_ : Cooler, faster, safer, automatic, and cheaper, too-because Sun-r: ,.., .' North Plainfield, New Jersey J TO APPEAR "
1 You ace hereby, notified that a. THE STATE OF FLORIDA. TO:
: :'. shine Service"Electricity is now even'a bigger bargain. Flameless '-,' "t". suit has been filed against you in ALVA MORGANwhereabouts
the above entitled cause; and you I unknown
electric cooking is the MOST by any measure! are hereby required to file your answer You are hereby notified that a
with the Clerk of this Court I'suit for divorce has been filed

': .'..;.,; Nearly a million modern Florida homemakers have already switched -4* .'-" ; the and plaintiff to serve or a plaintiffs copy thereof attorney upon, against cause and you you in are the hereby above required entitled

:..' to flameless electric cooking. How about you! See your electric whose Ray name S lden and address is: to whose serve name upon and Plaintiffs address Attorney appear

.. appliance dealer now for the style and size electric range you'll want. Selden Building Beach. Florida any.hereon.to your the Bill written of Complaint.defense In if
Daytona
not later than March 24th. A. D. aid suit, on or before the 17th
day of
1961. April 1961. else decree pro
If fall to do so decree pro confesso will bo entered against
you -
'. :': confesso will be entered against you.WITNESS
;ijdidr d hand and
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) you for the relief demanded in the said Court thls 9th day of March
c< v of
-1 ua Krn. _" ) : bill of complaint. The nature 1961.
h-<_ ....'Ie". -:.. said suit being- for divorce. (Seal) E. A. SMYTHEw ,
el1l\t. > .;';; WITNESS, hand and seal of
: : my Clerk of!ald Court
.
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IJ 1 HERLONG well paid, living like kings in convince backward and primitive -

SAYS - my country. doing the best they people that we are the nice
(Continued from; page 3) can, but more frequently than people and the communists are:
not earning not gratitude for the villains. .
South American country whichharbors the help of the United States but For years I have advocated"that

tl i. a large and varied rather resentment from those of we, through a Freedom

American mission (he was educated my people-the vast majority- Academy, train a corps of sea

in this country and was a who must live on a much:lesser soned, professional, dedicated'

J college professor here before he scale., Now you propose to send adults and send them out to do-

( HARRY KULESKI TOP i the 7th inning to defeat the became Foreign Minister and unpaid, inexperienced -youths to the job we have. neglected so

!t I SCORER FOR BULLDOGS i FFA boys of Palatka 13*12.. I then Ambassador) shakes his try to implant. among 'us- a way ,long that now it is almost too

\ The final standing of Bun- Bunnell out-hit Palatka 16-7-head over the "Youth Peace'Corps. of life with which we are late. ,More than two years ago
1 *
nell basketball team for 1960-61. with Westbrook, Leggett and ." Says he: "You have through generations of 'tradition I introduced legislation to set

J. V. Girls 1-0 1000 23 16 j I I Morell getting 3 hits'each for have hundreds of AmericansBoth and customs, unfamiliar. I don't up the Freedom Academy and

Varsity Girls 7.3 700 408 3281 I Palatka. Darby had' 2 hits and believe it will work." Businessmen joined in my efforts by distinguished

J. V. Boys 10-5 666 508 462 !I made some beautiful plays at have been good coaches assigned to such countriesto members of both the-
Varsity Boys 8-15 287 857 1048 i short. and now are leaving. Both hay run, American businesses House and the Senate. The-
done a wonderful job in more there echo his thoughts. Senate passed the bill but the-,
in the bottom
BunneH
BOYS and Girls Top Soreiers The boys
I than House quibbled and didn't act.I .
one.
ways I II
of the 7th opened witha
Varsity BoysH. up What bothers me is 'that it is
shows that Bill had say now that we must stop-
202 hit by Reid Robertson. Leggett The record
Kuleski : proposed to give these youngsters
M. McMillan 167 :I hit to Darby and forced out a 10 record for two years whichis I I only from six weeks to' six' quibbling; recognize the cold
for what it is and
war together
not too bad. The past foot- put -
R. Canakaris 152J. Robertson at second. Rudy Stula months' training and this largely
the team that can meet
Burnsed 140 was safe on an error; Leggett ball season was fair. It just in technical skills which mayor
84 went to third, Morelll followed happened that we had one. of j in the Communist Conspiracy, beat
R. Robertson may not ,be needed the
them in the cold and win
Q. Emery 53 with a long singe and scored the largest inexperienced squadsand I I countries to which ,they are go- war
; Varsity Girls both runners to go a head and the boys had to be taught ing. Inevitably they will ,come the peace.
The Youth Peace Corps
M. Ricks 131. win 1312. how to play football the proper 11 up against the members of the may
I have a place in the over-all picture -
takes lot of time.
which a
S. Westbrook 117B. Bunnell FFA Ab R Ht way professional Communist Appa-
,, but the greater need is for
Weaver .97 Westbrook, p. 513 When the season started Bill i tus who so appealingly have the
sort ot Freedom.
S. King 43 Robertson, Ib 4 0 1Leggettb" I found out soon that the boys I,preached their ideology of communism 'I people a
Academy could turn out.
!
J.v. \ ; 523 needed more experience. Both I I in the under-developed: I .

J. Lopez 152 Stula, ss ,,. 421 coaches took the one course countries. What can these boys I II I
C. Bratcher /: 77 Morell, 2b <: 523 open-try to win and train for I I and girls know ,of the CommunI -II

E. Kuleski ::: .75 Barrow, cf : ",,;-,<:"" ... 4 3 2 next season. Bill in the meantime I Conspiracy in the cold war? 'I CommunityMemorial

D< Peterson 72 Missine, If '. 7'0", ,3 1 1 also did something that is I I Wouldn't. it be far better and ;I Church
31 Lerch, c : 4 1 1 found usually only in class A-' -
R. Tucker .
I wiser for us to send out mature '
Brockett rf 3 1 1 started I : later-deDomlA.tloaal
D. McNab 31 AA schools. He a pro- men and women from this and -

\ Team Free: Throw Average I' gram of football from the 7th'I II other countries of the Free ,I AIR CONDITIONED

Girls Varsity ',Fta Ftm Pct. '37 13. 16 grade up. World? people fully trained in I Daytona Ave.
t Girls Varsity 193 '82 42,% Palatka FFAc Ab R Ht The year 1961 will find us I the techniques of waging cold FLAGLER BEACH

J. V. Boys 205 85 41% Williams, 2b 4 1 1 with one of the largest squads I war to combat the Communist I Sunday School 10:00 A.M.

1 Varsity Boys 450 186 41% Luke, p t 321 out for football, and we're going, Ideology. I Church Service 11:00 A.M.
Girls Free Throw Average Darby, ss -.3. 3 2 to have it. I have followed the I We can't
; just brush the cold
!: i R. W. DICKERT, Pastor
Fta. Ftm Pct. Branam, If 2 1 0 Bulldogs for 15 years and have
a war under the rug and send our
; WELCOME
EVERYONE
S. Westbrook 80 39 48% Cannon, 3b : : 321
teams
seen some great Bulldog ,
children out over the world to. & & & & & &
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B. Weaver 45 17 37%" Rich, Ib :4 1 1 team will go down in the rec I-

Varsity, Free .Throw Average Masonrf .'Ht, '300 ord book as the beSt. Not only !

J Fta'Ftm Pet Wilkinson, cf -.... 411 the team, but the people, of CRAIG FUNERAL HOMEA.
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R. Canakaris 94 43 45% 28127 them, will out-draw the 'attendance H. CRAIG. Funeral Director \

1 B. Moody .14 7 50% RH E at the ballf eld-game by JOHN HARDIN Associate
:! R. Robertson 46 21 45% Bunnell 12422021316 4 game-as they sure love their .
) J. Burnsed 67 29 43% aPlatka 306102012. 7 3 football. We will then realize S AIR LADYATTENDANT OXYGEN

J, H. Kuleski ?' s.:. 97 36 37% what Bill has done. ..; CONDITIONEDCHAPEL ,I .- I -EQUIPPED
Q. Emeryr4J -, 28 10 35% WE CAN NOT WIN ALL Bill and Ralph, I won't wish S AMBULANCES
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q M. McMillan 78 25 32% For the past two weeks the you :any luck because you don't
J. V. Free Throw Average conversations and "talks" have need it. But I wish you' botha Phone ID 7-3532

R. Canakaris 94, 43 45% been about our coaches Bill lot of success vherever you I! .!
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B. Moody 14 7 50% Humphrey and :Martin Ralph. go. .' Wi
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R. Robertson 46 21 45% 1--- ---..--..-:. It. _.... .. ... .... t. ,-. "''''u''u-' .. .-.,>....:,_"? .....,.,,..,.,.,.",:J..,,.",.,:, _" ,.J.....'.W.,',........,'.."..."""'''::;;::;:;::::='';;;''_'o....!.".S,". .
J. Burnsed 67 29 43% ;
H. Kuleski 97 36 37% % "' '" '""''***
Q. Emery 28 10 35% nf:Wera com fggef potato profits:

M. McMillan 78 25 32%

J. V. Free Throw Average
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Fta Ftm Avg -S- 5' ..L..flflLIWUt55JIiH Ji' + +
J. Lopez 67 36 53%
D. Peterson 41 22 53% x :: -i'-i'1

R. Tucker 20 9 40% ,
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Harry Kuleski, freshman for *
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ward for the, Bulldogs, was top :I.' =

scorer with 202 points. This was I S
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Harry's first year of varsity :1' .. ,, : '
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play. '- 0- -c.4'F
For the girls, Molly Ricks was -

high with 131 points. Molly
will graduate this summer. Jimmy +' F

Lopez had 152 for the J.V. ..5sI
and will be a big help for the
-4
varsity. Jimmy Lopez was top I-

shooter on the free throw with When sprayed on your potatoes, "Manzate" clings to leaves, resists washing off. You get long-lasting protection against blight.
53 per cent. Dean Peterson had '
53 points: Both are' dead. yes '
on the foul line. Spray Du Pont Manzate to control blights

Sheila Westbrook was tops on maneb fungicide .
the free throw with a 48,per cent .
average while for the varsity, assure top yields of No. 1 's -'::: ;

Ronnie Canakaris and Reid Robertson ....
had a 45 per cent average S One-chemical blight control-a spray program with "Manzate"S 1:. : Zr

each.MORELL x :- maneb fungicide controls both early and late blights. '..' : .

S S [ Better yields, quality and profits-"Manzate" helps boost yields as '.J') t. .
HIT WINS : S 54_ _-I much as 40 bushels per acre. gives you more fl's,and naturally :.,:*r'i'. -: _
FOR ,
FUTURE FARMERS r increases profits,as proved by growers in all major producing areas. '0 .;;! T
Bunnell FFA softball team
__ ( > Safe to ue-"Manzate"is tough on disease,mild on plants.It can be ,' '
scored 2' runs in the bottom ofBlackwell's \ .
usedonpotatoesrightuptoharvesttime..won'tstuntplantgrowth.

5- 1"s, Saves time and money-"Manzate" is a wettable powder ready to"t

__ __ ___ 1 mix wherever there's water. It is compatible with most insecticides J

., and fertilizers so you save_ money with efficient combination sprays. J. :1 .
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Restaurant18th know it for top disease control '.-{:
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Flagler Beach ::: Ox all chemicals,follow labeling instructions and warnings carefully. ',f ;,' If'
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CHICKEN .' <[UIPDET( > MANZATE, '-.i-:;'

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I'Scientists Take A I source of diosgenin, which yields Strychnos family. Curare is t
I AMEVCANA College Notebook cortisone as well as other hor- widely used as a muscle re-

(Nsw York mones and steroids used in laxer. i
University New Look at Ancient \
I i i treating rheumatic diseases and While herb hunters concentrate "
I,Medicinal [PlantsWahoo some forms of cancer. on the profusion of plants
? fN. II I African natives long have in tropical Tegions, they do not
bark may be on the :I used willow bark tea to relieve ignore the temperate zones. Fox- "

way out, but snakeroot and : the pain x>f rheumatism. They glove tea, for example, was recommended j
.f.
other remedies are coming into I claim that the graceful, flexible for weak hearts in J
their own as medicines. I| willow transfers its attributes to Wales long before chemists discovered I

( Wahoo bark, once widely used | the 'stiff joints of the patient. I digitalis, a heart stimulant -

I\ I to stimulate the liver, has Physicians scoffed until they I in leaves of the plant.

I I waned in popularity. A species II found salicin, a pain-killing Plant detectives read medieval
\\ of snakeroot (Rauwolfia serpen- drug, in the bark. herbals for clues to old remediesthat

t s 3, sS tina), however, Is increasinglyin Africans also treat rheuma- may actually be useful.
demand as a source of tran- tism with meadow saffron. The Renaissance herbalists recommended
: quilizing drugs. British find it valuable for gout, among other things,
For centuries medicine men in an afflicition more common in marsh marigolds for toothache;
India prescribed snakeroot for England than Africa.As French lavender for headache

emotional disturbances, the Na- long ago as 5,000 years, apoplexy, and "falling sick-
r S tional Geographic Society re Chinese doctors dispensed ma ness"; juice of lily root for snake

ports. But the root did not come huang an herbal drug containing bite; onion juice for baldness
ephedrine, now prescribedin and burns.
to the attention of Western
chemists until about 10 years combatting asthma and hay Modern drug researchers may
fever. even be able to verify that
ago when their tests showed it
I contained reserpine, an effective Indian DruggistsThe European cucumber soup is, as
I: sedative. Collahuaya Indians of one herbalist claimed, a cure for
Washington Arch, with NYU's Main Building in Background Search for SimplesThe South America are known as the "red and fierie noses."

i "A Private University In The Public Service"-such is an impres success of snakeroot has "druggists of the Amazon." They
sive motto for New York University one of the nation's most outstand- aroused new interest in medici- make excellent cough medicine
ing and famous institutions of higher learning. I nal plants, or simples, and set from certain tree barks, an invigorating I Subscribe for The Flagler Tribune *
Chartered in 1831 New York I Hill. New Jersey; the School of I off a wide search for them. Most tonic from sarsaparilla I
University is independent none- Education maintains an instruc- folk remedies have proved largely roots, and a powerful poison, j 52.50 A Year In Advance
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sectarian and receives no city or tional center for physical educa- I curare, from plants of the
useless
tional teachers at Lake Sebago, ; many are dangerous. I ,
private state tax university aid. It is thus in the the country largest, I New York. "Junior -year" pro- Others, however, are beneficial. I .".,"--..,.-,.,...........-...........-...-.........-... ............,.J'lIl./Ir.

with some 40,000 students at six grams for American college students I I I In the past decade, the value FOR ALL IIt'\URS-DA OR NIGHT
separate centers in Manhattan and are administered at the Uni of drugs produced from plants
the Bronx. Within these six cen- versity of Bahia in Brazil and the has risen from about $50,000,000 -
ters are 15 schools colleges and University cf Madrid in Spain. a year to $250,000,000. The ma- AMBULANCE .
divisions, utilizing a physical plant These enterprises represent but jor drug companies are inclinedto PHONE VAlley 41625STi
which has an estimated 1960 re- part of the activities beyond the SE.RVICE
listen to the elderly Blue
placement value of 141000000. six centers. At the six locations. AUGUSTINE. FLORIDA
Ridge Mountain herbalist who
000. A development plan now in NYU opens its doors to studentsof ,I I
operation is expected to nearly arts and science engineering, said, Tain't nothin' grows ain't Never be hesitant about calling a Garda Ambulance. We
double the value of the Univer- medicine dentistry, accountingand I I good for something.' are always at your service with promptness safety and
sity's six centers by 1970. finance,public administration, Pharmaceutical firms send
More than half a million persons social work retailing education I I scouts to the jungles of Africa, experience
have attended classes at NYU and and law and a number of other
South America India-and to
I I With Resusitator and Inhalator
students come from all 50 states chosen fields. Equipped Oxygen
the hills of Kentucky. They talk
and from 90 foreign countries. But I I
Main Building the University'soriginal shop with medicine men and Garcia Funeral Home
activities not
NYU educational are home. on the east side of
I I herbalists, and look for promising -
limited to Manhattan and envi- Washington Square park has beenin
rons. In Puerto Rico, the'School plants. P. E. GARCIA, Licensed Funeral Director
,' constant use since 1832. It was I I
of Education offers graduate work The Mexican: is important
here that Professor F. B. Morse yam an LADY ASSISTANT
.to 250 teachers each summer and I find. The tuber is r.J . . .
perfected the telegraph in 1837 and I a v.". . ,.".
conducts a summer workshop for -- .rI'i
I! teachers from the United States. that Professor John W. Draper i
made the first photographic 1 ... -
\ The College of Engineering conducts por- r L
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i l graduate courses in Murray trait by natural light. _We Ford Dealers say.: <


I Florida Sandy Soils I II BLOOD BANK-NEWS I WE' CHALLENGE TO-- !! "


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I Must Have Nitrogen II licer, Jo Ann Crews and Marie I, Drive a new Galaxie, then' try to be happy .

For Crop Production Brede. with any car anywhere near its price
Mrs. Gwen McGriff has been ,1I:1

The application of fertilizer I busy as secretary of the pro-
nitrogen is required for economic gram and doing many "odd"
production on all of Florida's I jobs that needed attention. i1irj S

sandy soils according to a Uni- And last, but certainly not

versity ,soils specialist.Dr. least, thanks to Dr. Canakarisand
W. L. Pritchett soil tech Dr. Cross ,for giving their 4S

nologist with the Agricultural services each time the blood mo- 5",
Experiment Stations in Gainesville bile unit has been in the coun-

says the amount of fertilizer ty.

nitrogen required depends The blood program would
primarily on the type of crop tot like to thank Atwood Taylor'of

be produced. Bordens :Milk Co. in Daytona

Corn, small grains and other !for donating the orange juice .
grasses usually need from 60 to I for the drawings.

90 pounds of supplemental nitrogen -I' These people have donated

per acre, while citrus and I II time, money and effort to make
vegetables may require 200 or the successfulwont'you j-
more pounds per acre annually. I I I donate program a pint, of blood? .:..... ...... Y:

Unfortunately says the scient-[
its, there is no reliable soil test I 1961 Ford Calaxk Cob Victoria
1i
which will predict the amountof i I[Workshop in Family !


supplement fertilizer that nitrogen in the needed soil, as to !j Camping Is PlannedA Take the Galaxie Challenge Ride then get ,our Special March Challenge Deal! /

there is for phosphorus and po Florida ,family camping

tassium.He workshop is planned April 21.23 You name it-no car can match the '61 Ford See how much more
explains the rate of break- at Camp Crystal Lake, near Galaxie! No other car gives you the Thunder-
down of organic matter dependson Heights, according ''to for tradeinwith
Keystone you get your A
a number of evironmental I Troy Wakefleld of the Gen- bird's fiery V-8 engine the Thunderbird'sown

factors, such as temperature' and eral Extension Division of the unequalled brand of ride and response our Special

moisture, making it difficult to I University of Florida. .and, all at the low price made possible by

predict. General Extension, the Schoolof I Ford's volume production! We dare you to :

TRUCK CROPS" EXPLAINEDThe Forestry, the College of Physical drive the Thunderbird of the low-price field MARCH CHALLENGE

expression "truck crops" Education and Health, and I we challenge you to match the deals we're
has no connection with the the Alachua County Recreation rGalaaie
making right now! You name It-car or deal DEAL
method of hauling vegetables to Department are cooperating in
market. It derives from the staging the worshop, the first of can beat it. .Op6oaal of ulna co"r .

French word troquer meaningto its kind to be held in the state. .
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barter or exchange. In the Registration is slated from 2to ', "
BEFORE YOU DECIDE-TAKE A FORD i;
United States the term became 6 P.M. April 21, with the CHALLENGE RIDE
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synonymous with vegetables in first general assembly to get \. -::., 3
general because much produce at 8 P.AL The ,.; '
underway wor- F.OJLF., ; .
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was once bartered or sold in shop will close. at 10:15 A. M., :,1 S -ji
small lots. April 23.Campers. -, _
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Florida pulp and paper mills own equipment, 'and prepare Bunnell Motor Company r y:* .

used nearly 4,000,000. cords of their own meals. They are ; Too'y*-
woods last year. I urged to camp in family groups.. : Check;:.Your Ford Dealers Moneysaving March Falcon Deals, 1

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30" GAS A 1 RANGE .. (: :iL:..
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cleaning each garment
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Installs flush with wall
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2 washing Cycles for Coupon Worth $12.95
regular, delicate fabrics; ZEBCO Spinning Reel; I .
3-zone ACTIVATOR Big 23" PICTURE
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I .AUTOMATIC MASTER OVEN! .,
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Oven door lifts offSurfaceunits
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