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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 30, 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 )
 Notes
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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 Related Items
Preceded by: St. Johns tribune
Succeeded by: Palm Coast news
Succeeded by: Flagler/Palm Coast news-tribune

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49, ttO. 12 BUNNELL FLORIDA, THURSDAY, MARCH 30, 1961 $2.50 A YEAR l

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EASTER HATS? ChurchRevival (Lions Club Enjoys I. County Board .

I ,Fellowship Singing
Begins Asking Bids on
I The program at the ,Lions :
Club meeting Monday was one
, I II II Sunday MorningRevival I of fellowship singing of old Bunnell Airport I
I time favorite tunes which were
services will begin I led by Walter Morris. I I
The Board of County Commissioners
Easter Sunday with the morning Seventeen members and three I II I .:
are asking (by legal advertisement
worship service at the First{I visitors were present for the
in this issue of The
Baptist Church ,here and will program. ,
Tribune) for bids on leasingthe
continue each night through I .
Bunnell Airport, located approximately -
Friday, April 7,_.it was announced -
half way to Flagler
today. Improvements I Beach on State Road 11. i
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The bids are returnable "not ,
later than April 17, at 9 o'clockA. II
Proposed For .M. in the office of the Clerkof

the Circuit Court. !
The field, officially known as I
Masonic LodgeAt Bulow Satellite Airfield, was i

built during the war by the j
tr \ a recent, meeting of Bun Civil Aeronautics Authority and !
nell Masonic Lodge members leased to the U. S. Navy which
present adopted a positive and held'a "recapture clause" to the "
forward program, Worshipful field since abandoning it sev- I
I i III I Master John A. Clegg said. The eral years ago, but abrogated

I I program includes plans for the the recapture clause last year.
Temple's improvement and also II The request for bids is for: "A .
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I r I plans for Masonic work. parcel of land 900 feet in width
I Plans for the temple include extending westerly from the entrance
Masons Star Harris 'AttendingEquipment I painting the lodge room, repair- I road to the airfield and
ing blinds, refinishing the lodge lying between the north boundary .
School I furniture, repaint the kitchen, and the taxi strip extend
Bodies Present I The ,Sunday evening service replace electric globe outside in I ing east and west and including I II
Coy G. Harris of Bunnell is I will be at 7:30, but Monday
front of the temple, purchase tie-down and parking apron adjacent !
in Wichita, Kansas, this week through Friday' nights at 7:45. new carpet for the lodge room, I thereto, together with the ;
Easter ProgramBunnell where he is attending a heatingand Dr. James W. Parrish, executivevice and investigate 'the possibilityof right to use the runways and '
air conditioning school at president of Stetson UnIversity .
installing air conditioning.Plans taxi strips located on said air
Masonic Lodge and the Coleman Training Institute. i and remembered locally I for Masonic work include field." ,
Bunnell Eastern Star Chaper The school is part of a con i. as the speaker for the first PTA reinstating the education. The lease would be for a ;
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will jointly present an Easter tinuing program of instructionin meeting' here September 3, last al program for candidates and period of 10 years, with option i
r program at the Masonic Temple installing' and servicing ,year, will be evangelist for the for new members, the joint effort -I I to renew for an additional I
Friday evening March 31, be- heating .and air conditioning series.Dr. with the Eastern Star for :period of 10 years.
t giving at :?:30. The=public in i equipment manufactured by the Parrish assumed his duties public Christmas programs anda i I The advertisement sets out I

.t-- -. rdlan-.imtjo enjoy the. _Colef: a,, Ir? v af'Stetson 4iriUaHuary; 1960, aft. plan ,for public Easter service. conditions required the successful /t:
to- b'y',attending.The .. Mr* Harris fsowner of the er serving ten'-years as
program v pastorof Also encourage perfection in degree bidder or bidders.
with Harris Appliance & Gas Co., an Riverside Church in
program begins a Baptist work; better attendance of
prelude by,' Theodore Weber. authorized Coleman heating and Miami Born in Jacksonville I members, and visitation of the
The general program is as air conditioning installing dealer his early years were spent in Albany I sick. School Band Is

'. follows: Invocation by Rev. W. in the Bunnell area. Ga. "As you can see, this in an I
L. Spicer; solo, 'The Lord's His BA degree was earned at ambitious program of'work. We Judged SuperiorFor
.. Prayer" by Walter Morris;. VFW Elects Stetson and his Bachelor of The- are inviting each member to
, Anthem,. "Rejoice the Lord is ology' and Master of Theology participate as actively as pos 12th Year '
King," by the' Flagler Beach degrees at Southern Baptist The sible in the work and supportof
Baptist Choir, after which the Dale Brown Jr. ological Seminary, Louisville, our lodge" Mr. Clegg con
welcome address will be given Ky. He has been honored with cluded. Bunnell High School's Band
by. Mrs. Rita Diamond. Thisis the degree of Doctor of Divinityby earned a Superior rating in the
followed by an anthem "God Post CommanderDale Stetson and Mississippie Col District Contest held Saturday,
So Loved The World," by Bun. lege. I Home Exemption March 25, in St. Augustine. By
I nell Methodist Choir. Dr. Parrish held pastorates in : doing so, it has chalked up its
After announcements are made B. Brown, Jr., was elect. Plant City and Dade City. He Deadline Is FridayHome twelfth consecutive "Superior" in
ed commander of the Veteransof
by Joe Gordon, there will be a served as chaplain in the U. S. district competition.Three .
solo, "Into The Woods My Master Foreign Wars Post? 5213 at a Navy and saw duty in the South :Ir owners of Flagler County concert judges and one
I, ," by John A. Clegg. An. meeting Tuesday night. Eugene Pacific. He was pastor of First are advised that Friday is 1 sight-reading judge awarded
other anthem, "He Lives Again"by Nipper was elected senior vice Baptist Church in Laurel Miss., last day for filing Homestead "The Biggest Little Band in
the Flagler Beach Methodist commander and Ernest Taylor for four years where he was claim with Tax Assessor D. D. Dixie" four Superior or First
junior vice commander. I
Choir. chosen the town's outstanding Moody ratings in competition with 23
The scripture reading will be Others elected to ,serve were: citizen.He They also are reminded that. bands from Duval Nassau, St.
by Mrs. Winifred McNab and Leslie Pache, chaplain; Curtis has in recent years served property taxes become delinqu- Johns, and Flagler counties.
then a prayer by Rev. Reynolds Deen, judge advocate; T. A. president' of the Florida Bap. ennt Saturday, April 1. Unless Other ratings received by en-
Hoover. A solo, "The Psalm" by Jones, 3-year trustee; Jimmy tist Convention, president the I taxes are paid, property will be semble and solos were: Saxa-
Mrs. Betty French, will be followed Hargett, 1-year trustee; Gene Stetson Alumni Association and I listed and certificates sold on phone Quartet, Superior; Clair-
o by an anthem, "0 Gracious Barber, surgeon; Russell Improta president of the Downtown. Ki- the property on June 1. net Quartet, Excellent; Piano
King, sung by the Bunnell post quartermaster. wanis Club of ,Miami. He also Solo by David Brown, Excellent;

Baptist. Choir. served. on the board of trusteesof Cancer Seminar Brass Quintet, Excellent.
Rev. Millard Brock will deliver Easter Season the Miami Baptist Hospital Official results of the night
an Easter, message after and was chairman of the Miami Doctors To MeetA marching contest have not been
", which the 'combined choirs con Baptist Association Camp Committee received at press time, however
,. ducted by Walter .Morris will Services At The He is a member- the '"Cross Roads Seminar on a superior rating is expectedfor
render the anthem "Up From II board of trustees of Southern Cancer" for physicians will be that event also.
The Grave He Arose." Methodist'-'Church Baptist Theological Seminary. held .in' the''Ravine Room of the Last minute Flash the Band
Rev. Thomas Pinner will give Forrest Thompson, director of Civic Center at Palatka at 8 receives Superior Rating in all
. the benediction, and the postlude A candlelight communion music from North Park Baptist P.M. April 5, it was annonnced divisions.
4 will be,played by Ray Mer- service will be held at the First Church, Orlando, will direct the today by the Putnam County I
Methodist Church of Bunnell on music during the revival. Mr. Medical Society.The .
cer.After Beach
completion of the pro- Maundy Thursday (tonight) at Thompson, formerly of Jackson guest speaker will be Dr.J. Flagler
: gram light refreshments will be 7:30, Rev. W. L. Spicer,. Jr., said ville, served in' the same capacity Dt, Pigott, instructor in the
Via: served in the dining room of the today. in a revival here in June Division of Surgery, Universityof Methodist ChurchRev.
:'" .temple. Rev. Spicer will also deliver of 1959. Tennessee, Memphis.The .

the Easter sermon, at the 11 o'- Rev. Thomas Pinner, pastor, announcement said about N. Hoover has announced
1t! JUNIOR COLLEGE clock worship hour. The topicof extends a welcome to all to attend 50 physicians from Putnam, his sermon topic for

,;, EASTER HOLIDAYS his sermon will be a "Lively the services. Bradford, Clay, St. Johns and the Sunday morning worship
He also ,said he will
Hope. Flagler counties have been InvIted hour at the Flagler Beach
f. Daytona Beach Junior College have the reception of new memo STRAW SIPPINGIn to participate in the program Methodist Church as "Imman-
: .- announced today that Easter bers during the morning service. sipping soda through a I and to hear Dr. Pigott uel." The morning worship houris
holidays will begin this mornIng Sunday school ,will be at 10 straw, a person takes advantage -.f[speak on "Cervical Cytology and 10:30, and Sunday school will
.., (Thursday) and continue o'clock in the 'morning and ves of atmosphere pressure. As J I Uterine Cancer-What's Being meet at 9:30.
t:'. through Monday. per service will be at 7i30 in air Is sucked from the straw, Done to Decrease the Death Rate The Sunday school children
Classes in 'all divisions of the the evening. surface pressure forces ,the liquid from-this Type of Cancer?" will be entertained on Saturday
=;=., college will resume Tuesday, 'I up ,into the hollow stem. The morning at 11 o'clock with a
,,1;.'. : April 4. Tuesday will be used Eight-five per cent of the weight of air pressing on- the Some ..53,000 Florida farmersown weiner roast and Easter Egg

._ '. as a, Hurricane'Donna_ makeup I nation's winter 'snap beans are. I earth can push water. to a '8,900,000 acres-of commercial Hunt at the home of Rev: and
day Florida grown. '.height of 34,feet.;: forest land. Mrs. Hoover. -.
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PAGE TWO .t.J>= ';T.HE-FLAGLER TRIBUNE, BUNNELL, FLORIDA :': ',f.:;.,. Thursday, MartKf30l961IncrelsihgHefds ; I

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: ,? I source of food, the National- j to d'lcatioq: ? Yes-22.2.per' cent; I and "business, including retail" I
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,. Geographic Society say._ The No, 77:8 per cent.. ":.,? I not now covered? Yes,...253. percent "

Cattle > l!herd is more than ,the family ... r. ; No, 74.7 per cent. vt
Of Endanger I bank account and the equiva- Y;.. 2. Industries h a v e --moved
away from some areas, leaving I 6. Do you favor a Federal law
lent of a two-car garage, wall-
Africa's Big-Game I to-wall carpeting, and member- considerable unemployment. Do I to repeal the State right-to-work

ship in a country club. The cow you favor a Federal ,program of laws? Yes, 15.7 per cent; No,

Cattle present an old problemin 1-is a mystic possession without subsidizing industry in these I 84.3 per cent.Florida .

the turbulent; newness .of I which. life would be meaning "distressed areas" to provide job

Africa. i less. I opportunities: 29.2 per cent No;
produced soybeanswere
70.8 per cent yes. t
To many East African tribes- The Watusi, for, instance, have valued at $1,957,000 during

men, the cow is more than a written' poems containing 'as ;' 3. Do you favor Federal spend- 1959. -
ing estimated at approximatelyone
many as 1,300 verses to extol ;
virtues The ----' billion dollars a year to r
the of a single cow. I i

highest compliment a swain I I A.S. (Syd Herlong stimulate housing and construc-
) tion, Including subsidized low- TV SERVICE
CLASSZFIEDS
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can pay to his maiden is to imply 1
that she .is bovine. I Congressman Fifth District rent public housing? Yes, 25.7 ,

I per cent; No, 74.3 per cent ALL MAKES

I II Thus pastoral 'Africans cannot II Here is the final tabulation of 4.' (A) Do you favor a Federal Agent For :

S readily understand the alien the replies to "my annual ques- program of medical care for the \

I Listing under this heading are, 1'I'view that their ever-increa!?ing tionnaire. I want to thank you elderly under Social Securityor RCA fibPHILCO
,3 rent per ward each Innertlon t
75 cents Is minimum charge herds are overgrazing pasture- again for the wonderful response
I TUBES & ANTENNAS SOLD
land, causing erosion, and I and for the helpful comments (B) A system of medical care
AND INSTALLED
WANTED-AVaitress for day or |threatening wildlife. 1 you have sent me on these and- for the alderly administered by

evening shift. Inquire at Windmill j I other issues before the Congress. 1 the states, with matching Federal I'I TUBES TESTED FREE
Nairobi Park Endangered t
Grill, U.S. No. 1, Mr.. and | I On question No. 4, those opposing funds based on the need of I

:Mrs. Dave Burnell, prop. j; Nairobi Royal National Park, the Social Security approach -I the elderly persons? Yes, 24.11 I TV BobFLAGLER

3-30-ltp f|one of the continent's foremost preferred either plan B per cent; No, 75.9 per cent. I

WANTED_ -local resident with Unfenced zoos, depends for migratory or no program at all and these 5. Do you favor an increase t j

I range on land belong- are tabulated together: in the Federal minimum wage !; BEACH
and used water
car to sell new
ing to the tall, proud, fiercely from $1.00 to $1.25 an hour and': PHONE HE 9-2204
conditioners. Part'time to full i 1. Do you favor Federal Aid .
independent Masai. The warden I expanded coverage to industry|
time commission basis. WriteM.
I forsees the time when "they'll I --- JI
A. Relyea, Rt. 1, Box 1631,
bring in their cattle and ruin I
Port Orange, Florida.

:March 30 & April 6.13-3tp },the park." 1 I
I Even now, the Masai restlessly AREA BUSINESS DIRECTORYAUTO

TRADE OR SELL-equity" of 3- roam Kenya's bush country,

bedroom home, "bath, Florida ,seeking pasture for a milion

room, 2 car garage and workshop 'I I head of cattle often spoiling SERVICE _I BUILDING SUPPLIES i FLOOR COVERING

two years old, on 92 ft. j the grazing for wild game. Because I I I I
McDANIEL'S- WICKLINE Tilecraft ,
waterfront lot in Venice Park for prestige depends on the I Company"LET

smaller home. See Emil Huber, size of a man's herds, the nomads Service Station Building Supplies US FLOOR YOU"

builder, Flagler Beach. value any breed or mix- CEMENT CEMENT BLOCKS Armstrong & Kentile

3.30Tf ture, no matter how mean or STANDARD OIL PRODUCTS -STEEL Sold and InstalledAll

bony. Tires-Batteries-Minor Repairs Work Guaranteed
FOR RENT-Two bedroom furnished Beach HE 9-22S I Ormond
Not many pastoral peopleskill I 1'lagier Beach OR 7.3181
Bunnell ID 7.7119
home. Inquire at Flor-
their cows for beef. How-
ence's Diner. Call ID 7-3370. ----I FURNITURE
ever, they do exist largely on CLEANERS

March 23-30-2tp the cow's milk and blood, the Biddle Gulf ServiceGASOILLUBRICATION Ormond Bedding and

EASTER SPECIAL-One new latter supplying their salt needs. BUNNELL CLEANERS I Furniture Co.

Baldwin Organ, suitable for 'The jugular vein of a cow is GULF TIRES & BATTERIESOpen ,i Substantial Discounts on AllBEDSSOFASFURNITURE

Church or Home one nearly new punctured with a sharp arrow, 7 A. M.-10 P. M.-7 Days EVERY CLEANING I i $10 Tradein Covers Down Payment:

a draught is taken, and mud SERVICE 1 R. S. ROBENBERRY
Baldwin Spinet Piano, one new State&Lambert ITS 1-ID 7-7190 I Owner
j
Baldwin Studio Upright Piano slapped on the wound. The cow Oj en Dally S to 8. .... ,169' Granada. Ormond Deb. OR 7-6411

1 H, ALL REDUCED TO SELL. joggles back into'the: : herd, apparently Colonial Service StationEARL PAoZq' 10 'tn I GARDEN >J"'; "f'- 1i -

THOMPSON MUSIC COMPANY : none the worse for the 115 N. Bay St. Bunnell i SHOP
E. RICE. ProprietorGASOILLUBRICATION I I
134 Volusia Ave., Ph. CL 2.8215 experience.How Gray's Garden Center j

II Daytona Beach and when cattle ,culture CONCRETE PRODUCTS Headquarter for Gardening Need I
MOTOR TUNE-UP
3.23.2tc arose in Africa is not known. Ceramics Gifts Dry Arrangement \
I Old rock carvings in northernAfrica GOODYEAR TIRES & BATTERIESU. Materials i
I Your "Q" For ConcreteDial
Annuals Shrubbery Fertilizers
BE INDEPENDENT-Sell Raw. suggests that cattle wor HIWAY 1 BUNNELL. I

leigh Products in Flagler Co. SeeC. ship existed in a remote time. CL 3-8113 TORO LAWN MOWERS \(
147 Tomoka Avenue-Ph. OR 7.051'ORMOND
.D. Gall Rt. 2, Box 223, Palatkaor Certainly many past wars were Sullivan's Gulf Service DAYTONA BEACH

write today. Rawleigh's Dept. fought over cows and pasture. I
GULF
: FACrSGO-S, Memphis, Tenn. The arrogant Masai once be Quillian's Concrete, Inc. HARDWARE !
I GAS-OILS-LUBRICATION
; Mar. 23.30 &. April 63tp lieved that all the world's cows: TIRES-TUBES-ACCESSORIES THAT FAMOUS PAINT

,! belonged to them by divine Beach Information I
FOR SALE-1959 Ford 2-door "Specializing in Service and DRUG STORES Exclusively at
right which doubtless accountsfor ; Clean Rest Rooms"In 1
sedan R&H automatic drive '
,
the- fact they spent so much The Heart of Flagler Beach. Anderson Store '- FLAGLER BEACHHARDWARE
26M miles, good tires, mechanic. Drug
time raiding the herds of rival' aRAfLx
ally O.K. Must sell, price $1145.
tribes. 'I AUTO REPAIRS -- Prescriptions I
See J.W. Green, Flagler Beach
Sick Room Beach
The Kipsigis-in Kenya use the EDGAR'S GARAGE Supplies Flagler HE 9-2103
Hotel. 3-16-tfc
same word for going to work Sundries J
-- 24-Hour Towing Service Village Hardware Center
SEPTIC TANK-cleaning reasonable and to war, for the object i in BUNNELL
COMPLETE AUTO REPAIRS HOUSE PAINTS i
rates. George Jarosz, Phone I both cases was to get more cat
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,Automatic Transmission Service Match and mix any color I
ID 7.3410 3.2 to 8-24-tp tIe. Wheel Balancing-Front Alignment End Moody's PharmacyFlagler Builder's Supplies Kitchenware \
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FOR SALE-Flagler Beach house Chief Form of Inheritance 24O Granada Ormond-OR 7-O883 County's Corner Drug store GIFTS GREETING CARDS

partly furnished. Two bedrooms, PRESCRIPTIONS AlA ,Ormond Beach CL 2.0420 t
CCB lot located Among many tribes, the cow AUTOMATIC TRANSMISSION
large on Pal- DRUGS-SUNDRIES
i plays a vital role in ritual. It JEWELER
metto Ave. In Venice Park. Price
is the chief form of inherited l HOLLY HILLHYDROMATIC FOUNTAIN SERVICE I
$8,500.00. Call Ed Mathews,
Gainesville FR 69064. wealth, and rigid rules are ob SERVICE BunnelL' Fla. Phone ID 7.3661 O. F.Jeweler BEACH

served. A Nandi tribesman
Dec 1 Tf. can Repairing- Rebuilding ORMOND PRESCRIPTION ,Elgin 'Watches-Diamonds
not sell. or dispose of inherited l
Central Florida' tint peelaltetc In Exceptional Gilts
FOR RENT furnished 2 bedroomone cattle. As brideswealth. cows I AUTOMATIC TRANSMISSIONS PHARMACYSick

... ,bath house Daytona Ave., are the means by which mar- 1239. Ridgewood OR 7-1381 Holly Hill Room Supplies Sundries Watch Repairs-Engraving

Flagler Beach. Completely ren riages are legalized and bonds: 24-Hour Prescription Service 48 w. Granada 7-2384 Ormoad Deae.'OR' .

ovated. $65.00 per month. Keys formed between .families.A BAR AND PACKAGE STORE'BAMBOO Free :Delivery in Flagler BeachRt. -r

can be picked up at Sullivan's herdman ,often ,farms out AlA 1 mi. North of FISH BAITLARGE
ORMOND BEACH Tel. OR 7-1C61
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Gulf Station. Nov 10-tf cattle with friends to guard

against epidemics. The practice Thompson Pharmacy FISH WORMSFOR
FOR RENT on the ocean 1 ,and tends BAR .& COCKTAIL
consolidate
to '
friendships s Your ,Health Is Wealth
SALE $1.00
per 100
2 bedroom apartments completely -, not only within tribes but LOUNGE Put YourPRESCRIPTIONS

furnished, utilities included. among inhabitants of far-flung. : Open Under New .Management_ Orlin B. Green
Sensible 'rate day, week, month,
villages. Come In and Get Acquainted In Our,,Hands PHONE ID 7.3585
or permanent. Sun Sea Motel. Where the tsetse fly plague OrmoBd Drugs A Prescription Shop .206 So. Stone BunnelL Fla.
I Ocean Blvd AlA Flagler Beach
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.formerly"FlaglerMan: r). and East Coast fever have denuded 141 W. Granada-Ormond 7-1421

9-15-tf ,areas of cattle, a credit BADIO TELEVISION
FLAGLER BEACH
FOR BENT Unfurnished I system has evolved. Marriagecattle GILL DRUG,COMPANY ,
large PAUL'S RADIO & TV ;
I HOTEL BAR
may be pledged until Walgren Agency'PRESCRIPTIONS
bedroom :garage apartment. conditions Atenna Sales & Installations :

Call HE 9.2318, or see Zeke change. "The Meeting Place Authorized Sales RCA VictorWe

Chaffee. 11-17-tf Though cattle are status symbols of Flagler County" Sick Room
Supplies Sundries
repair all other TV A Radio seta
owning them is an intensely '
/ v s/-w-v vxxv -> "Jim and Yvonne Serving"BOTTLE 19 W. Granada Ave. Ormoad Beaek 1370 Ocean Blvd, AlA
personal matter. The OR T-BS5O !
.JOHNSTONSFLAGLER Ormond Beach OH 7-2852 ,
herdsmen knows his own and I

BEACH REALTY CO. his'neighbor's animals by sight GASHARRIS FUEL OILKING'S
NURSERY
LOTS, HOMES OCEAN FRONT,I His happiest ,hours are spentwith BOTTLE GAS -

WATER :FRONT. FARMS, his livestock-Admiring, BOTTLE or BULK TRUCK STOP Wagon Wheel .Nursery

ACREAGE stroking, and inventing pet 'FlAGLER COUNTY'S ONLY PHILLIPS 66 GAS & OILS Shade Trees, Potted Plants I

r See WI for your real,estate needs names for favorites. HOME 'OWNED GAS COMPANY Delivery .in the County on Shrubs t

Office Phone ,HE,9-2242 PHONE'm 7-3551 I"Fuel Oil Kerosene, Tractor Fuel 1.000 plants free: one with every
dollar you spend. Thousands
Residence Phones ID 7-3691 Help Flagw'eouDtY: Grow GasolineU.S. rarities at reduced prices. Best -to I
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or ID 7-3517 1 Bunnell ID 7-3678
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charge of the program. I SUNRISE SERVICE I Herman Shultz came from his
... . I The "Military Whist" card !EASTER MORNING ,home in Evansville, Indiana, to
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,'; J/a jer.3eacIi tt' -" i,game last Friday 'evening prov- I Easter Sunrise Service Sunday spend several days here last
; ed to be a success with 15 tablesin morning, April 2, will include: week with his parents, Mr. and:
*. ". use with approximately 75 Organ prelude; call to wor- Mrs. Clarence Shultz.
. LUNA BABBITT ) persons attending. The club I ship, Gloria Patri, page.495; In-
:; Telephone, HEmlock 9-2098 wishes to thank Mr. Ted Weber vocation, Rev. Millard Brock; Visitors Thursday and Friday
-<. for conducting the game and Hymn, page 127, "Christ Arose"; with Mrs. Sarah Dickinson were
EASTER EGG-.HUNT: AT FLAGLER WOMAN'S _CLUB I also for the gift of 12 double. I I congregational responsive read- Mr. and Mrs. Clarence Hendrick-
COMMUNITY MEMORIAL I decks of cards donated by the ing, page 528; doxology; prayer, son, Mr. and Mrs.-Vincent Dibble -
CHURCH FRIDAY Mr. Henry Saltzman of Daytona I Ormond Beach Federal and Loan Rev. E. M. Brock; announcements al from Jensen Bealch but
Beach was guest speaker Association bank.' by the pastors. former resident of Windsor, N.Y.
The Annual Easter Egg Hunt at the Flagler Woman's Club J Some of the door prize win- Hymn, page 257, "Man of Sorrows (More on
will be held Friday; March 31, social and program meeting at ners were: Mrs.:Wm. Humphrey, ,'; scripture reading, Rev. page
at the Community Memorial the clubhouse last Wednesday Mrs. Esther Heydt, Mrs. Elsie Reynold Hoover;' special music,
Church beginning at 10 A. M.: afternoon.He White, Mrs. Julia Moody, Mrs. solo, "I Know That My Redeemer -
Each child is asked to bring explained the Museum of Inez Crenshaw, Mrs. Edna Liveth," by Mrs. Harmon Win-
two colored hard boiled eggs Art for the Blind that he startedin I Farnsworth, Mr. Hull and Mr. grove; sermon, "What the Resurrection -
and a container to hold the I Daytona, located in the Welch I I Ray Martel. I I. Means to a Believer,"
eggs. Gene Hart's junior class, area. It has proven such an in- [ Next Monday evening, beginning I by Rev. R. W. Dickert.
"The Ambassadors" will dye the spiring recreational and educa-j I at 7:30, at-,.the home of Hymn, page 33, "Christ Our 6)I
eggs furnished by the Sunday tion factor for the blind Mrs. Peg Moody, "White Tides' Lord Is Risen Today"; benediction .
school and also hide the eggs. is hoping to get one started ,at '-on AlA, "Splints" will be the Rev. R. N. Hoover. Reces-
:Mrs. Mae Whitney and Mrs. the D &. B School in St. Augus- I first aid course demonstration.Any sional; refreshments. -
. Joanne Sheeler will be in charge tine in the near future. He also interested person is welcome -I Announcements on
of the refreshments. spoke on the two phases of to attend this course I Back of Program I
Modern Art, Abstract and non- which is free of charge and has Community Memorial Church.
EASTER SUNRISE SERVICE objective, on surrealism and on been most educational with 10:00: Sunday school,-classes for I
Plans have been completedfor Art and Education.The "mouth to mouth resuscitation," all ages; 11:00 Easter Service,
the annual Easter Sunrise club's choral group, under and bandaging demonstrationsthe special message by Rev. R. W. I(Ir/
Service which has been jointly the direction of Miss Emily past two Monday evenings. Dickert.
planned by the three Flagler Gage, sang "Ah, Mystery of Flagler Beach Methodist
Beach- churches. Life," after'which group sing- PICNIC AT RAVINE GARDENS Church, Woman's Club building. Q M.nNW.1.W44 bLOW
The service will begin at 6 o'- ing was enjoyed with Mrs. Clar- Fifteen neighbors from here 9:30 Church school; 1030 Easter : \\G WHAT MAKES
clock Sunday morning in the ence Shultz at the piano. Mrs. spent Tuesday at Ravine Gar- sermon by Rev. Reynold N.t THE YOUNG MEW GROW
Community Memorial Church. Charles Charon gave :a reading, dens in Palatka and enjoyed a Hoover. MUSTACHES AND THE
The sermon will be delivered by "The Railroad Crossing," and picnic there. Flagler Beach Baptist Church. OLD UWS SHAVE 'EM OFF
Rev. R. W.: Dickert, pastor of the Mrs. Shultz sang "Gypsy Love In the group were Mesdames 9:45 Sunday school; 11:00 spe-
host church, and his subject will Song." Charles Charon, Bertha Carager, cial Easter service by Rev. Millard For smoother performance. ..
be "What the Resurrection The hostesses, Mrs. Harold I Alma Hunter, Laura Marksbury, Brock; 7:00 P.M. Easter let our trained mechanics
:Means to A Believer." Massie, Mrs. Philip Kester, and Freida Cole, Clara Smith, Lil- Cantata by all church choirs- service regularly Our-
Mrs. Harmon Wingrove will Mrs. Lewis Hogeboom, of Day- lian Ballard, Charlotte Drauf- Judson.Stryker director.Mr. automotive "know-how"your car. '
render a solo "I Know That My tona, had the club room beau- chalk, Amelia Gilbert, Dorothy assures -
Redeemer Liveth." tifully decorated with spring Holmes, and Sarah Dickenson, and Mrs. Lyman Hall you of perfect. motoringall
Rev. Millard Brock and Rev. flowers. Dainty cakes adorned year long.EVERYTHING
cup accompanied by Roy Phillips stopped two days last here visit-
Reynold N. Hoover will participate with a rosebud fancy cookies, and Waldo Christabaum. ing with Mr. and Mrs. Clarence
in the prayers and scrip- nuts and mints were served with I Shultz.
They were returning to
ture reading.A Mrs. Frank Brede, president, and Mrs. Charles McCabe left this i their home in Ocean City, N. J. i
light breakfast will be Mrs. Reynold Hoover, past presi- I'I week for Cocoa where she will i after spending some time in
served in Fellowship Hall immediately dent, pouring at the tea and I I visit her son in law and daughter Bradenton, Florida. I
after the service. The coffee table with Mrs. Jasper 1 Mr. and. Mrs. Timothy rflff I
public is invited. White assisting. Broughton. A son in law and 1 Professor and Mrs. Harold i
Door prizes were won by Mrs. daughter, Mrand Mrs. Danny I Schwenk pf the University of !
Roy Phillips left on Mondayfor Millard Brock and: Mrs. A. K. Lacy from Palatka, are also, Connecticut, were recent visitors
his home inIrasburg, Ver- Dally. The register showed 45 visiting there _and Mr. McCabe with Professor'fechwenk's .brother -
mont, :after spending three I to be present. Mrs. Earl Thiel, will make the trip there later Frank and sisterin law,
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cuttings 'of *a multitude of pain of cuts and bruises. Philippine new disease. per 100 square feet of soil area
I iH dJ.
'q things. Poinsettia, ixora ligus- women mix the juice from Chances are the splitting barkis usually will .insure.. blossoms

,: ire trum, azalea, ,croton and viburnum aloe leaves with wine to prevent not a new ailment, but the next season.

I Hydrangeas who tint: their as fickle hair as to are just a 'few plants that baldness. Some women just aftermath of winter freezes. Delayed Another method to force flow-

girls you'll have good luck rooting. drink wine. death of plant branches
is of the
match the color of their boy ering to cut some plant
also
I friends' cars. Locate the cutting bed in a As an ornamental, aloe vera Jack causes Frost's alarm.havoc may not roots. With a garden spade-
is is available 'from also known as an,Idiot stick-
shady spot. Sand the most nurserymen
\ floweringj hydrangeas will show up until weeks or months
Blue stores and from make 3 or 4 stabs into the
widely used propagating ma- variety plant
after winds have
to pink; blossoms, if lime the chilling about
\ change sections ground around the plant
be the supermarkets.
terial., It may not best
breezes.
i is added to the, soil. I given way to tropical 24 inches from the base. This
The leaves I
but it's the cheapest.; dagger-like are If you're not sure of an ail-
plant torture method works in
I How much lime? That depends pale green with irregular white it's
ment
on your plants, alwaysa
ornamentals .form
'Most heavy blotches. Margins have weak about 9 cases out of 10.
the acidity of< the soil.
on in good idea to check symptomswith .
I root systems more quickly
pound of hydrated lime prickles. Dagger points are tip-
Try a I cutting mediums containind you local plant specialistor
I to a bushel basket size' dooryard :acid peat. Only experience will ped with ,yellow or reddish county agent. Or you may Your home ,won't bea

I plant and much smaller amount I i show you the best medium for spines. send a plant specimen to the
I for potted plants. For full color I the different plants. Flower-wise, the aloe sends upa Plant Pathology Department, .

: : change, a second application branched stem densely packed Agricultural Experiment Station, sniffle factory ":

t i may be needed. When choosing cuttings re- with yellow or tubular' posies. University of Florida, Gaines -. -

To change pink hydrangeas member that ease of rooting Gardeners with the slightest ville. this winter. i

to blue, mix 3 ounces of alumi.j r increases the nearer the cuttingsare tinge of a green thumb-- can

num sulfate in A gallon taken to the root system, raise the plant. Aloes stay Bougainvilleas

ter. Soak the plant roots with I i provided the plant is in an acceptable healthy for years with, little It's possible to find some of
this solution. If the blue'has not I stage of semi-hardy care. They thrive on a soil mix- almost
these vines that flower
I developed in a few days, give growth.If ture of sandy loam 3 parts,'lime
any season of the year. But, if
the plant another shot of the rubble and broken bricks one
you want to keep spring part. ,your vine didn't put on a better
acid chemical.
annuals blooming another I show than the neighbor's,
do best in
Hydrangeas partial Spring Fever perhaps had too heavy a
I month, keep the mature flowers you
This is
another
shade.
from horticulturists with the tip cut. If allowed to go to seed, Spring bursting out all over hand in the fertilizer bag.
I it's all over. is a good sign for the gardener- Bougainvilleas very sensitive

University Florida Agricultural I 1 I To keep those dime-a-piece to- unless it's discovered that the to nitrogen. Too much will
Service. Also Ifthey
Extension mato plants protected from cut- bark on a prized ornamental is give lush growth but few flow"
leaves this
develop yellow
rupturing. To the neophyte this ers.
worms, try wrapping a paper
spring, ifs probably iron chlo- collar around the stem. Insert could be an omen of a strange One pound of 2-12-12 fertilizer I

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ounces of sulfate to 5

gallons of water and apply to clip.For :an interesting indoor hob- DO YOU HAVE TROUBLEHEARING ,
the soil at the rate of one-half
by, grow the multipurpose aloe IN GROUPS OR UNDERSTANDING WORDS?
gallon per large plant. '
'vera.
Mulches II If your answer is YES you owe it to, yourself and your u.ot .w;
Akin to the century plant
< Warm weather always brings family to come in for a FREE HEARING ANALYSIS con-
aloe is a decorative, fleshy suc-
GAS HEAT
c weeds. Extension. Service spec- ducted by a factory trained Consultant on Friday. March nowlAvoid
culent. It's often called thedrugstore'
ialists say the best way to fight 31st at the Halcyon Hotel, Bunnell from 9 A. M. until
the cold weather installation
plant. *
them is with a mulch. Andthere's 5 P. M.

( .hardly a plant that will Drippings from, the daggerleavesmixed' ON DISPLAY rush; let us equip
like in water- '
,not thrive better with a protective your home with a "Pyrofaz" .
ground cover. 'pep up a sluggish alimentary I THE SMALLEST HEARING AID MADE! heating
automatic -
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system. Chemistry plantis
Mulches also conserve mois No cords no earmolds no outside receivers batteries.
vague. But for sure the pale' unit now to enjoy health-
ture, keep plant roots cooler therefore no expensive upkeep. Fits down into the ear.
during the heat of summer and yellow crystalline gysoside ful, even warmth throughoutyour

prevent a buildup of pesky nem- caked barbaloin imparts the lax- NO OBLIGATIONCome house-all winter long.
ative .
atodes that knaw on roots. properties.It's in and inspect this Marvel of Science. Also eyeglassand Estimates cheerfully given
used first-aid kit
'. Any type' of mulch will do. as a on Conventional models.
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grease_ pops,. watery pulp from Phone today.
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hulls. the plant is used to soothe the
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Ifs all right to mulch dooryard 222 Magnolia Ave. at Ridgewood

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Visiting here with his aunt came this week from Palatka

\ i:Stagier U each Mrs. :Minnie England,.,recentlywere and have opened their home to I

Sgt. and: Mrs W. C. Teate. stay here some."--_ "
They were honeymooning in
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Florida and stopped over for a I
Mr. and Mrs. Robert Rumilland
EASTER CANTATAAT visit with Mrs. England and Call
son Billy accompanied her OnILTsWhen
I BAPTIST CHURCH other relatives here.
parents, Mr. and Mrs. J. W. Me-:

\ There will be an Easter Cantata Cray, to Jacksonville Saturday .. ,
1 at the First Baptist Church 'Mr. and Mrs. Harry ,Hansal- evening where they took a planefor I 't.

t Sunday evening, beginning at pakar have been entertainingas their home in Maine. I ; : .

I 0 7:30, under direction of Judson house guests :Mr. and Mrs. I .
Stryker. Chester Alexander from Brock- Mr. and Mrs. Myles Meeks
The four choirs of the church ton, Mass. Mr. and Mrs. Alexander and Mr. and Mrs. Stewart Alton' ,
will take part. A freewill of- have decided to remainfor from Jacksonville spent last
fering will be taken to be used at least a month and have weekend here.
I in the hymnal ,fund. moved Into the White apart- I.
ments. Sara Englemann of Jackson-
I ville spent several days here I
It t Mr. and Mrs. Jack Strom a-. last week visiting with her II
.rived last week from Wheeling, Judson Stryker and David grandparents, Mr. and Mrs. A.. You Need
Illinois, to visit here with his Shields of Bunnell spent Tuesday O. Brantley.

parents, Mr. and Mrs., G. L. in Gainesville.Miss ...... ......
Strom. They have been going ..... .....
on sightseeing trips around the o Nellie Mosby of Jackson- O..E:ALFORD '
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Tampa from here. her brother and sister in law, I.
Real Estate Broker i
Mr. and Mrs. R. R. Mosby.
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I J. H. Knight has returned i I flower show chairmen are Mrs. Florida conservation list. Horti-
from Jacksonville where he Granville Alley and. Mrs. Arthur culture experts are on hand to
spent several days visiting with I Zimmet. answer questions.
his wife who underwent surgery The Theme Garden with its
there last week. waterfall, cool and hundreds of CARD OF THANKSI

I jLocALS orchids and other flowers' will would like to express to my
Mrs. A. G. Bradley is a patient depict the lushness of flowers neighbors and thoughtful friends
I I I in the Ormond Beach Hospital and,foliage grown in'. our newest my heartfelt thanks for their
r I where she underwent surg- state; the climate of which is many expressions of sympathy
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I i''ery'recently.. very similar to ours here in during the illness and at the I
SENIOR CLASS SPONSORS I EASTER EGG HUNT
I Florida. death of my son, Robert Tweed. I
! BAKE SALE AND OYSTER AT CHURCH'METHODIST FRIDAY I The show is not only beautiful The beautiful floral offerings !
I ROAST THIS WEEKEND but also educationaL The were especially appreciated. r rI
I The Annual Sunday School I conservation section shows the Sincerely I
The Senior Class of Bunnell I'' I
Easter Egg Hunt at the Methodist : .public plants and trees on the Mrs. J.I.. Tweed. I
High School is sponsoring a I'J
Church will be this Friday -- --- I
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benefit Oyster Roast on the lawnof J :
afternoon at 3:30. I'I
the D. D. Moody home on !
i V Friday, March 31. They will be- I All children are urged to be I'I' ; .
in the church for a test
; gin serving at 5 o'clock in the song I Easter: Greetings"Say I
\ afternoon. promptly at 3:30. This will be I
followed the, hunt. ,
by egg I
On at 9 0'
Saturday: morning .
I' clock the class members will I' :' .'J... It With Flowers I
JOANNE ALEXIS SMIGIELSKI f" ..
hold a bake sale in front of ..::..,/ .
; the post office building. I Mr.. and :Mrs. Rudolph Smi- I from
I gielski of Tavares, Fla., are the I

I! Guests -of Mr.. and Mrs. Ra parents of a daughter, Joanne f:7 :....}. .; ..' Black's Flower l Shop
Sturman Mr. Sturman's Alexis, born February! 28, in the :: :: :::::v.\.
phael are -
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son and daughter in law, Halifax Hospital in Daytona I ri,: #j; Potted Plants Basket Arrangements Corsages
1 f 'Dr. and :Mrs. William Sturman I each._ She is their fourth child.
: of East Orange, N. J. Their son, The Smigielskis are former,.
; Bill, Jr.,. will arrive during the I residents of Korona. The pa- TRAY IT Economy was responsible -
.., ternal grandparents are Mr. and for an almost unpronounceable -
: week for the Easter holidays. INSURE-Sfay Insured & Rest AssuredGET I
Mrs. Stanley Smigielski of \ street sign in Monroe
Wis.; numerals "22" were
Quinton Deen of Jacksonville Moundgrove. attached to a surplus sign._ It's
; visited here ,for a short while rftwenty second,". not "twenty THE BEST PROTECTION FROM
:, Sunday with his cousin, Jennie Guests of Mrs. Ed Copeland tooth," avenue.Halifax '. Y
Black. during the past weekend were I
H. T. COOK AGENCYCitizens
Mr. and Mrs. Jesse Copeland of Area

:Mrs. Lillian Buchannon of Houston, Texas, and Joe Cope-
K of Palatka visited here during t land of Jacksonville.Mr. Flower Show Bank Bfdg. Bunnell, Florida
the weekend with her brother

1 in law and sister, Mr. and 1\Irs.1 and Mrs. Harry Atkinson Opens April 7
J. D. Barber. ,spent the past weekend in At- .I '
I lanta, Ga., the guests of Mr. and{ The Twenty-first Everybody's
Mr. and Mrs. Louis Sneeds and i Mrs. Andy Anderson. They also I Flower Show, "Holiday In Hawaii -I NOTICEV
children of Daytona Beach visited \attended ,the races there. ," a salute to our 50th state, I
I here Sunday with Mr. and! Mrs. Anderson is the former opens April 7 3:30 to 10 P. M.

I Mrs. T. K. McKnight. I Penny Barditzky of Flagler in the Recreational Hall, City The Dixiana Restaurant
Beach. Island, Daytona Beach.
I Dr. Allen Reynolds spent I April 8 the hours are from 11

1 three days this week in Atlanta, Nancy Brannam, student at A.M. to 10 P.M. and April 9 WILL BE CLOSED
.- Ga., attending a short study the University of Florida in the hours are 11 A.M. to 6 P. M.
I course at. |the Dental College Gainesville, spent the past weeks The show is sponsored by the
here. He was also invited. to, end here with her t.parents, Mrj Council of Garden Clubs of the I Easter Sunday April: 2
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EIGHT THE FLAGLER TRIBUNE
BUNNELL
FLORIDA'
,
Thursday- ,. March-u_ ___ 30._ 1961


: ditional improved pasture. ,A I IN'THE COUNTY JUDGE'S COURT .
: IN THE COURT OK, THE COUNTY books and records
of the
COSERVATIOftNEY1SBy ;: S FLAGLER COUNTY STATE OF JUDGE, FLAGLER COUNTY ful -success-
complete soil and water conser-I FLORIDA. FLORIDA, IN PROBATE. racy bidder of to determine the accu-
ESTATE OF any report of receipts usedas
1HE
vation ranch will
plan : ESTATE OF
a basis by the successful bid-
Tilman W. RobinsonThe Eleanor T. Shill Deceased.The ELEANOR
;. ultimate goal of Mr. Paquin and II state of "Florida To All Persons To All Creditors T. SHILL and Persons Deceased.haying der rental for due determining the lessor.the' amount of

Flagler Conservation Dis- Soil Conservation Service tech- said Interested Decedent In .the Estate of Suld Claims Estate:or Demands Against 2The successful bidder shall j

trict has completed ,the erection nicians working with him. i You are hereby notified that a You and each of you are hereby at within his one year from date of lease. i'
written instrument purporting to notified and required to present own expense erect an of- !
of District Boundary signs on I be the Last Will and Testamentand claims and demands which you any or fice such building three hangars and ,

all 'major highways leading to IN THE CIRCUIT COURT, SEVKN- codicil thereto of said dece- either of you may have against the as other may buildings be on the for premises the- I'' '
dent has been estate of necessary
admitted Eleanor
to
probate T. Shill.. deceased j
TH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT, IN AND conduct
and from t in said Court. late of said of his business in the op- I,
Flagler County.! The FOR FLAGLER COUNTY. FL.OR- County; to the eration of
i County a flying service and I
IDA, IN CHANCERY. CASE NO. You are hereby commanded withIn Judge of Flagler County. service
signs ere at or near the county I. 4211 six calendar months from the }Florida at his office in the court thereto and necessary usual to and the incidental operationof t I

line boundaries on each end of JOYCE M. MORGAN, date of the first publication of this house Florida of said County at Bunnell. a municipal airport, and any
i Plaintiff. notice to appear in said Court and within eight calendar building ;
Highways 1 and AlA on Hlgh-, show months from the time of the first erected thereon by the
; 1 -vs- I cause, if any you can. why I publication I successful bidder shall become the
ALVA the action of said Court in admitting of this notice. Each
MORGAN
way 100 .at the Putnam County claim or demand shall be in property of the lessor at the terminal -
writing -
I Defendant. said Will and codicil thereto !,n of the lease.
line' and on Highway 11 -at the NOTICE TO APPEAR to probate should not stand un- and shall state 'the place. of 3 The
residence and post office addressof successful bidder
revoked. agrees
I THE STATE OF FLORIDA TO:
Volusia County line. ALVA MORGAN the claimant and shall be to.i furnish at least one licensed
t whereabouts unknown (Seal) T. K. McKNIGHT. sworn to by the claimant his ship and have available one licensed -

I You are hereby notified that a County Judge Flagler agent or his attorney, and any pilot at all times for local -
:Mr. has County Florida. such claim or demand not so filed air transportation and cross
Joseph Paquin signeda suit for divorce has been filed First publication March 23. 1961. shall be void. I country flying.

conservation with against you in the'above entitled March 23-30 & April- 6-13-Uc /sHenry Tener Shill 4.
agreement The
cause and you are hereby requiredto successful bidder is to
the SCD for the I serve upon Plaintiffs NOTICE As executor of the Last Will' operate the field in accordance with
Flagler Von Bu- whose name and 'Attorney,1 OF SALE and Testament of Eleanor T. the rules and regulations of the

low Ranch. Paquin already has I hereon your written defense. If Notice is hereby' given that under Shill deceased. Federal Aviation Agency, and he
I
any. to the Bill of Complaint in and pursuant to that certain First publication March 23, 1961 shall abide by and conform with ;
considerable acreage: of pasture said suit on or before the 17th I Final Decree of Foreclosure and March 23-30 & April 6-13-41c all of the provisions, limitations

planted to coastal brmuda f day of April 1961. else decree pro Sale rendered on the 20th day of and restrictions contained in that
grass. March A. D. ORDER
I confesso will bo entered against 1961. by the Honor- OF PUBLICATION certain Quit Claim Deed between
He has asked the District for I you. able Geo. Wm. Jackson one of the IN CIRCUIT: COURT OF THE the United' States of America and !
WITNESS hand and seal of Judges of the Seventh Judicial SEVENTH JUDICIAL ('I1UTI'r the County of Flagler_ dated
|
my April
assistance in getting a Soil and ; said Court this 9th day of March. .1 Circuit of the State of Florida in IN AND FOR FLAGLER COUNTY 'I.'!;. 1947. and recorded In Deed Book

Capability of the ranch 1961. and for Flagler County in that FLORIDA IN CHANCERY NOTICE 28, at page 33 of the Flagler Countv -
map OF
certain
cause lately pending in SUIT CHANCERY NO. recordsand
i (Seal) E. A. SMYTHE all rules and regulations -
and in selecting sites for ad-"I Clerk of said CourtV. I the Circuit Court of Flagler County I I MARION STEVENSON.Plaintiff II of the Federal Aviation
L. Wadsworth !Florida in Chancery wherein Ae.ney.Rnd the nrovislons of said
I John N. McIntosh and wife. Willie Quit Claim Deed
1'. O. Box 396 vs. 'i by reference made
Bunnell. Florida Graham McIntosh were plaintiffsand JAMES I a part of the contract the sameI -
Attorney for Plaintiff. I Francis Gordon Mark and STEVENSONDefendant extent as if they were incorporated
Winter-Summer First Publication: March 16. 1961 wife. Delora G. Mark et al were IN THE NAME OF THE STATE I herein in extenso.
I March 16-23-30 & April 6-4tc defendants being case No. 4089 I. OF FLORIDA 5. The successful bidder
the undersigned Clerk of the Cir- agrees
TO: JAMES STEVENSON ''to I make all charges not to exceed
cuit Court in
IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF Flagler County. Florida Wm. H. Nieman & Co. the average current price for
Business in Florida I will on Monday, the 10th day equal
FLAGLER COUNTY, FLORIDA, of April. A. D. 1961 at the north 55 Paramus Road Box 85 services and products in this lo-
IN CHANCERY NO. 4181 cality
I Paramus New Jersey
PHILIP E. GIBSON.Plaintiff. Courthouse front door of in the Bunnell.Flagler Flagler County You are hereby required to file 6. The successful bidder is to

Shows VariationBusiness County Florida during the your answer with the Clerk of this ha"ethe right and privilege of
V5 regu- Court to the Bill of conducting a sandwich
lar and legal hours of Complaint filed shop on
sale offer
LELA W. GIBSON.Defendant. for sale and sell at public outcry herein against you in the above the premises! repair shop for airplanes -
to the highest and entitled cause on or before the 28th keep and have for sale the
best bidder
activity during the NOTICE TO DEFEND clay of A. D. necessary petroleum
therefor for cash in April. 1961 and servea products normally -
in
hand
order
winter months in Florida last THE STATE Lela W.FLORIDA.Gibson TO: to satisfy .the said Final Decreeof copy thereof upon Lawrence W. I used by airports the right and
privilege
Borne of
Foreclosure plaintiffs attorney herein subletting hangars or
and Sale
year stood 9 per cent above Greensboro. North Carolina the following described aforesaid whose address in 416 Seabreeze I "Par-o and furnish' services and
You are hereby notified that a property Blvd. Daytona equipment usual
,
Beach Florida. The to such business
summer-month activity, the suit has been filed against you in situate ler County.lying and being in Flag- Flagler Tribune" is hereby desig- to be conducted ijy the lessee on
Florida to-wit
Florida State Chamber of Com- I the above entitled cause; and you nated as the newspaper in which said premises. .
i are hereby required to file your an- Fractional Tracts Three (3) this order shall be published oncea 7 If at any time for any cause
merce reports. swer with the Clerk of this Court and Six (6) lying immediately week for four consecutive weeks. the successful bidder fails to give
and to serve a copy thereof upon north of Old Brick Road Block HEREIN FAIL NOT OR A DECREE service for aerial transportation
the plaintiff or plaintiff's attorney C Section Eleven (11), Town- PRO CONFESSO WILL BE for a period of thirty days. the
"This winter-summer variation whose name and address is: ship Twelve (12) South. Range ENTERED AGAINST YOU FOR lease shall at the option of the-

was the largest since the II: T. Cook Thirty (30) East as per plat SUCH FAILURE.The lessor, be cancelled and held for
Bunnell. Floridanot of Bunnell Development Com- nature of this suit is a bill naught.
early 1950's. The figure stoodat later than April 17th. A. D. pany's alotment now on file in for divorce. 8. Both the lessor and the successful -
1961. the office of the clerk of the WITNESS my hand and seal at bidder agree that they will
6.8 in 1959 and 8.8
per cent If you fail to do so. decree pro Circuit Court for Flagler County Bunnell. Flagler County } per cent in 1958. The larger confesso will be entered againstyou J.Florida excepting therefromthe this 27th day of March. A. I). 1961. carry Into effect the terms of the
for the relief demanded in the following parcels of land I (Official Seal) E. A. SMYTHE contract in order to advance and
1960 winter-summer difference bill of complaint. The nature of to-wit: As Clerk Circuit Court serve the public generally with air

toward the need said suit being for divorce. PARCEL NO.1: Lands con- I Flagler County. Florida transportation.
points a finger WITNESS my hand and seal of veyed to the State of Florida March 30 & April 6-13-20-HC' 9. The lessor agrees that it will

for increased summer tourism," said Court this 13th day of MarchA. for right of way and drainage I keep in repair the runways and
D. 1961.Oflicial ditch for State Road No. 11; IN THE CIRCUIT COURT taxi strips on said airfield and
the trade body stated."A ( Seal) PARCEL NO. 2: Being a part ENTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT,SE'-I will cut down and keep cut the
leveling off of seasonal E. A. SMYTHE of Tracts 3 and 6 lying north AND FOR FLAGLER shrubs and grass on the unnaved
Clerk of said Circuit Court and west of Moody Boulevardof FLORIDA, IN CHANCERY. CASE portion of said airfield between
hills and valleys has character- March 16-23-30 & April 6-4tc Block "C" of Section II, NO. 4216. the airstrips and if necessary will
Township 12 South. Range 30 Plaintiff cut and keep cut and remove trees
ized Florida's economy for over IN THE CIRCUIT COURT IN AND East, and more! particularly described -vsDIVORCE and shrubs in the glide areas at

20 Although each FOR FLAGLER COUNTY, FLOR as follows: Beginning EVELYN A. REINHARDT each end of the runways and the
years. year. IDA. IN CHANCERY. NO. 4213 at a concrete monument mark- Defendant. cott thereof shall be limited to I
has not conformed to the trend, THE VON BULOW CORPORA Ing the southeast corner of the NOTICE TO APPEAR the revenue produced under the
TION.-a Florida Corporation said Tract 3. as a point of reference THE STATE. OF- FLORIDA. TO: lease. )
the long-term direction has been Plaintiff, and running thence South EVELYN A. REINHARDT 10. It is understood and agreed '

maintained' thus holds ex- 85 degrees 31 minutes west Watkins Glen. by and between the parties involved -
JUDSON H. TINKER' along the south boundary of New York that said property will and may
pectations for improvement this JOHN B. TINKER I the said Tract 3, a distance of YOU ARE HEREBY NOTIFIEDthat be used only for the purpose of
MALINDA NICHOLS and her 262.56 feet to an intersectionwith a suit for divorce has been maintaining and providing an air-
year or in 1962. husband. the northwesterly bound- filed against you in the above field with air transportation and

"The seasonal variations, A. H. NICHOLS ary of the 50 foot right of way entitled cause and you are hereby facilities for the accommodation of
LILLIAN MAY SCHOOLEY of Moody Boulevard and said required to serve upon Plaintiff's the sale and renting of aircraft
based on bank debits, are avail- Defendants point being the point of begin- Attorney whose name and address and other appurtenances and accessories -
NOTICE TO DEFENDIN ning of this description; thence appear hereon, your written defense usual to said business.
able for 12 Florida ,cities. Pensa- THE NAME OF THE STATE running north 40 degrees 10 I if any. to the Bill of Complaint with the right to install and rent ,
OF FLORIDA TO: minutes the said fishing boats on Gore Lake.
cola, where summer business is east along in said suit on or before
Judson H. Tinker. If alive and northwesterly right of way the 29th day of April. 1961. else 11. It is agreed between the
usually in excess "of winter activity if dead his unknown spouse unknown boundary a distance of 24.70 decree pro confesso will be entered parties that if the successful bid-
heirs at law devisees legatees feet: thence north 49 degrees 50 against you.WITNESS der becomes insolvent or if bank-
reversed its trend and !, grantees, creditors lienors.or minutes west a distance of 100.0 my hand and seal of ruptcy proceedings shall be begun
had a 2 per cent greater winter other parties claiming by. feet; thence south 40 degrees said court this 21st day of March by or against the successful bidder -
through under or against Judson I 10 minutes west a distance. of 1961. before the end of said term
business last year. Jacksonville H. Tinker deceased. -John B. Tinker 220.0 feet: thence South 40 degrees (SEAL) E. A. SMYTHE the lessor is irrevocably authorized. -
matched this if alive and dead his unknown -I 50 minutes east a distance Clerk of said Court at its option to forthwith can-
figure.
spouse unknown heirs at of approximately 93.0 By Shirley Hodges cel the lease as for a default. Lessor -
"Daytona Beach had a 4 per law. devisees legatees grantees I feet to an intersection with may elect to accept rent from
creditors lit>nors. or other parties the northwesterly boundary of W. L. Wadsworth such receiver trustee or other
cent variation; Gainesville 5 per claiming by through under or I the 100.0 foot right of way of P. O. Box 396 judicial officer during the term of
Orlando against John B. Tinker, deceased State Road No. 11; thence running Bunnell Florida their Judiciary capacity without affecting -
and 8
cent; Tampa per Malinda Nichols and husband. A.I I northeasterly along said March 30 & April 6-13-20-Hc I lessor's rights as containedin

cent; Lakeland 9 per cent; Key H. Nichols if living and if dead northwesterly right of way COURT the contract but no receiver.
JUDGES
IN THE COUNTY
their unknown heirs at law devisees boundary on a 1 degree 43 minutes trustee or other judicial officer
West 12 cent; Greater Miami 43 seconds IN AND FOR FLAGLER COUNTY shall ever have title
per legatees grantees, creditors curve to the any right or
13 cent St. Petersburg 14 II lienors or other parties claiming right, a distance of approximately FLORIDA, IN PROllATE. interest In or to the above described -
per ; b}.. through under or against Ma- 42.50 feet to an intersectionwith CASE' NO. 51)2 property by virtue of the
per cent and Fort Lauderdaleand linda Nichols and husband A. H. the northwesterly right of IN RE: Estate of contract. I
Nichols; Lillian May Schooley. If way boundary;'of Moody Boule- CHARLES M. KING, 12. The successful bidder as
West Palm Beach 18 per living and if dead her unknown vard; thence running north 40 Deceased. part of the consideration of the

cent. spouse heirs at law. devisees degrees 10 minutes east along NOTICE TO CREDITOR 'I lease agrees that it will maintain
legatees grantees. creditors lien the said northwesterly boundaryof All creditors of the estate of said leased property in a neat and
ors or other parties claiming by. Moody Boulevard a distanceof CHARLES M KI -o. deceased are orderly manner subject to the Inspection -
through under or against Lillian approximately 153.0 feet to hereby notified and required to-file I of County officials.
NOTICE UNDER May Schooley. deceased; and any the point of beginning of this : any claims or demands which they 13. Successful bidder agrees
FICTITIOUS' NAME LAW I and all persons (save and except description. Bearings are referred -, may have against said estate in that all fixed improvements on said
TO WHOM IT MAY CONCERN: the plaintiff herein) having or to the Magnetic Meridian I the office of the County Judge of I premises will be fully covered with
I Notice 18hereby given that the claiming any right title or interestin with no variation :offset and Flagler County Florida in the insurance and against damage or
undersigned pursuant to Chapter and to the lands involved in parcel containing 50 acres. Courthouse at Bunnell. }Florida loss bv fire or other casualty In
20953. Laws of Florida. 1941. will this suit and hereinafter described.The PARCEL NO. 3: Being a part within eight calendar months from the minimum amount of insurable
register with the Clerk of the Cir- respective post office address of Tracts 3 and 6 of Block "C"of the date of the first publication of value to be written for fire and
cuit Court in and for Flagler and residence of each of the above Section 11. Township 12 this Notice. Each claim or demand I extended coverage with loss pay- '
Cpunty. Florida upon receipt of named parties is unknown. South. Range 30 East accord- must be in writing and must state able jointly to the lessor and lessee -
proof of publication of this notice. You and each of you are hereby ing to plat of Bunnell Develop- the place of residence and post- and that lessee shall have the
the fictitious name to-wit: notified that a suit has been ment Company Subdivision recorded office address of the claimant and right during the term of the leaseto
Bunnell Restaurant and Coffee brought against you to quiet title in Plat Book 1 at page must be sworn to by the claimant use the proceeds of such policy
Shop and Motor Lodge under whichwe to the following described land i 1, of the public records of Flag his agent or his attorney or it in the event of fire or other cas-
are engaged At selling food and situate in Flagler County, Florida ler County. Florida and being will become void according to law. ualty to repair or replace the dam-
lodging at' Bunnell. Florida and to-wit. : more particularly described as March 24, 1961. aged or destroyed fixed improvements -
that the undersigned are the only Being a part of the lot whichon follows: Beginning at the southwest j /S/ JOHN D. HARDIN otherwise the entire proceeds -
persons Interested in said business. a suit in partition betweenthe corner of Tract 6 and run- Administrator of such policy or policies
John D. Hardin. -
Dated at Bunnell. }Florida this heirs of Charles W. Bulow ning thence north 200'30 west. : of the Estate of CHARLESM. shall be the property of the lessor.
23rd day of March. 1961. was set off and allotted to loner the west line of the said I'I KING deceased. 14. Lessor reserves the right to
CLARICE ZENA MUZYKA Emily B. Hurray as Lot No. 4 Tracts 3 and 6. a distance of' First publication 3/30/61. take any actlon It considers nec-
NAG ABRAHAM and is more particularly described 444.86 feet?' thence south 49'- March 30 & April ;6134tc essary to protect the aerial approaches -
March ,30 & April 6-13-2o-Up on a certain map made 48' east a distance of 358.96 of the airport against ob-

by David D. !'Rogers. C. E.. ..entitled feet to an Intersection with the REQUEST FOR BIDS FOR LEASEOF struction. or to prevent any activ-
iN T CIRCUIT COURT OF "Subdivision of Lots 4 northwesterly. boundary of the BUNNELL AIRPORT ity which would limit the useful-
FLAGLER COUNTY FLORIDA,:. .and 5 of the Bulow plantation 50 foot right of way of Moody ness of the airport or constitutea
IN CHANCERY NO. 4208 '; situated in Township 13 South. Boulevard (Old Brick Road): The Board of County Commis- hazard to aircraft. All opera-
DAVID L. LEVINE Range 31 East as Lot 1. Block thence south <4012' west along sioners of, Flagler County will receive tions of the lessee Including anv
Plaintiff 15. Containing 12% acres. said northwesterly right of way I sealed bids for the lease of construction' placed or erected
'VS. more or less. boundary, a distance of 10.42 I the following described property shall conform to and shall not conflict -
VIOLET LEVINE In the above styled court by the feet. to an intersection with the situated on the Bulow Satelite I with any pertinent F. F. A.
-.: ... -' Defendant. above named plaintiff and you are northwesterlv boundary of the Airfield located on the South side I filiations.
's NOTfdK TO DEFENDTHE hereby required to file personally 100 foot: rieht' of way of State of State Road 11. midway betweenthe I 15 The lease shall be subordinate -
STATE'OF FLORIDA. TO: or by your attorney with the Clerkof Road No. 11: thence continuing City of Bunnell and Town of to the provisions of any existing -
Violet Levine said court your answer or other along the said northwesterly I Flagler Beach towit.A I or future agreement between
Residence Unknown defensive pleadings to the complaint ) right of way boundary of State parcel of land 900 feet in I lessor and the United States relative -
You are hereby notified that a in said suit and to serve Road No. 11. south 50-57'37" with extending Westerly from I to the 'operation or maintenance -
suit has been filed against you In I a COpy therof upon H. T. Cook. west a distance of 1.21 feet: the entrance road to the air- of the airport the executionof
the above entitled cause: and you Dlaintlffs attornev. whose addressIs ] thence south 4H'12' west a field and lying between the which has been or may be required -
are hereby required to file -your an- Citizens Bank Building. Bunnell. distance of 100 feet; thence North boundary and the Taxi as a condition precedent to
swer with the Clerk of this Court. Florida on or before the 24th day south 47>30'47" west a distanceof strip extending East and '' the expenditure of Federal Funds
and to serve a copy thereof upon of April. A. I>. 1961. and The Flag- 100 feet; thence south 45B- West'and including tie down for the dfvelnnmpnt of the alroort.I .
the plaintiff or plaintiffs attorney. ler Tribune which is a newspaper 57'22 west a distance of 98 62 and parking apron adjacent I 16. It is further a covenant of
whose name is: meeUnathe requirements prescribed feet to an intersection with the thereto together with the the I*>aee that the lessee shall pay
Samuel vdH hess by law for such purpose. couth line of the said Tract 6; right to use the runways and I for all utilities used by it In connection -
110 North Third Street Is hereby designated as the newspaper thence south"8525 west. along taxi strips located on said with said leased premises.
Palatka. Floridanot In which this notice shallbe the south line 'of the said tract airfield.TO The Board of County Commissioners .
later than April 14th. A. D., published once a week for four f>. a distance of 30 80 feet to HAVE AND TO HOLD I reserve the right to reject
the of this any snd nil bids.
point of 'beginning
1961. consecutive weeks.
said and during the
It you fall to do so. decree pro Herein fall not or Decree Pro description. Bearings are referred period premises of ten for with optionto I Sealed bids must be received In
confesso will be entered against Confesso will be entered against to the Magnetic Meridian years additional periodof the, office of the Clerk of the Clr-
renew for *'
an
t "ourt In the Flagler County
with offset and
you for the relief demanded in the no variation ,
ten
bill of complaint. The nature of you.Witness my hand as Clerk and parcel containing 1.42 acres. 1. The years.successful bidder Is to Courthouse not later than Anril
I 17. A.
said suit being for divorce. the seal of said Court this 13th DwteJ at Bunnell. Flagler Counts pay minimum three percentum of o'clock D.A. 1961.{. at thehour of 9
WITNESS my hand and seal of day of March."-A.n. 19K1. Florida this 24th day of March the gross receipts charged by the I Alfred)
said Court .6th day of MarchA. (Seal) B. A. SMYTHE. A. D. 1961. lessee for any business conductedon Attest: R. Tucker. Chairman

D. 19RIcpodg As Clerk of the above E. A. SMYTHE- said premises which rentalis E. A. Smythe. Clerk: of Board
Seal) styled court. Clerk of the Circuit Court to be paid monthly and the I of Countv Commissioners of
A. SMYTHE. Bv: Shirley Hodges of Flagler County. Florida lessor through Its officials shall Flagler County. Florida.
4 Clerk of said Circuit CourtMarch March 23-30 & April 6-U-Uc March. 30=Itc have the right to examine the March 30& April 6-2tc

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Name Hnd Pins GInS Av. Sn phOfSThe- 'Young and History r i

Mercer: 41 12018 81 .148 :

R. Schatz 41 10280 69 148 I

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Juengling 47 8931 63 141Gleling I
Bunnell FFA Outhit C. City FFA Ab R H 48' 1i801 84 140 1I 1 1I

Robinson, Ib 5 1 0 I r ;

Jansen; c : : > 1 -, 5. :' 0 2. Name
Crescent City-for Win g.--:<.4 ': Hnd Pins Gins Av. : I
Anderson; 's's 4 0 .2 Goodwin 48, .11681 84 139 I I r -
Jerry Burnsed, Reid Robertson, Boney, p :. 41 2 Smith 48 .10499 75 139 !:b !
Rudy Stula, and Morrell with Dunson, Ib ** 4' 2 2 Vaughn 49 .4569 33 138 I

14 hits, and Ronnie Canakaris Zeigler, If 1 1 1 r-I"grant 5Q 3288 24 ,137 !1

hitting a country.mile homerun, Compton, If 1 1 0 Shaw ..51 5205 38 :136 !
scored 4 runs in the bottom of Hutchenson, rf *. 210 Johnston 52' 7320 54 135 !

the 6th inning to go ahead of Harrison, rf % V .. 2' 1 1 Lemacks 52 6492 48 135 ) o- .. i
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Crescent City 1110. I ? .'< Nipper 53 8079 60 134 : I
1 Buchannon, cf 2 0 0 Lovell 53 8801 66 133
CecilVestbrook settled downin '- : i-: _
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of his best games. R. Mis- 36 10 12 Name Hnd Pins Gms Av : j y ,,
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sine made two fine catches in R" H E Durrance 54 3179 24 132 & t
right field. Jansen, Anderson, C. City 030106610123 Kendall 55,7493 57 131 :
Boney and Dunson did all the Bunnell l31114x11176 Feilder 58 7246 57 127

long ball hitting for Crescent Umpires: :McGriff and Ralph Schilkofski 60 6783 54 125 :
City. Haigh, 60 3379 27 125 2
Bunnell, FFAWestbrook __' Ab R H .1 Lehr 60 6265 51 122 -' y.
p 5 0 0' LEHIGH MENS lwfcQaniel 60 5882 48 122 When we are very young, we "look up" at world around 'us. Every !
Burnsed, ssCanakaris 4 2 4 BOWLING LEAGUE Osteen 60 8294 69 120 thing is BIG-even people. We are impressed with the size of things i
,. and the bigger a person or a building or an object appear, the more
3b Green 60 8605
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Office Team- important we think they are in the scheme of things. As we grow
Stula, If 4.0 3 Galloway 60 6003 51 117 older, we learn that size is important, true enough, but often size has
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McMillan, c 4 1 1 Players O'Neill 60 1145 12 95 little to do with determining the value of a particular item at hand. We
MacMichael 120 136 149 405
Robertson, Ib 4 4 4 begin to learn the word "history" and to realize that small and simple
Barrow,, cf 4 2 2 J. Schatz 167 140 169 376 things may have great value because of what they represent, or because

Morrell, 2b 4 1 3 Geiling 133 139 136 408 Value of Florida Irish potatoes they have become a symbol of a great era or a great move-
I R. Missine, rf 4 0 0 McCain 149 180 136 465 ment. In the photo above, a young lady explains a bit of history to a
Burks 158 133 159 450 produced for market topped very young boy. Behind them is Savannah, Georgia's City ExchangeBell
Handicap 211 .211 211 633 i$13,200,00 in a recent year. believed to be the oldest In Georgia. It was cast In 1803 and hung
371117 I in cupola of the City Exchange from 1804 until the building was razed.
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!: PAGE TEN THE FLAGLER TRIBUNE, BUNNELL, FLORIDA Thursday, March 30, 1961
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British Name Robin ;I Mason-Dixon Line Is Crown.. dragged on until 1750 culations.: ,:between the seaboard states
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when the
English rise to the assumption.
Mason and Dixon set up 224 t gave
-i, As National Bird Century Older Than mise.Ch n'cery.drew up.. a compro- stone _markers. They left others,Others point out that a one time,

F along the way to be installed the, line did separate slave-
War
British bird lovers have chosen Its Civil Symbol The court decision, ratified by later. Carved in.England, the holding Maryland and Delawarei
T ''i' the 'robin as their national bird.]II Civil War buffs who seek;, out both sides, gave special atten-. five-mile stones bore Penn and I from free Pennsylvania. In any

fr Though the choice is unofficial :.the Mason-Dixon' Line during tion to the most controversialareas Calvert arms; intermediary, ;i event, the :Mason-Dixon boundary -
r: it carries weight because it I the current centennial will find in and just north of the the initials M and P. [ never stood between Con-
... was made through the correspondence that America's most famous big eastern peninsula between
How then did this Colonial t federate and Union States. Both
columns of The Times, boundary needs repairs. Delaware and Chesapeake Bays.
/' boundary become so firmly linked Maryland and Delaware joined
. the London newspaper that has of the original stone is
what
Most Pennsylvania received with the Civil War division? Pennsylvania, north of it, as
long served as a repository of I+i markers still stand at one-mile now Delaware' State, Marylandmost Some say its midway location I(supporters of the Union.
ornithological intelligence. I intervals along the east west of the rest. The boundarieswere
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, In a letter to The Times, Lord Maryland-Pennsylvania border. to be established from the
Hurcomb, chairman of the Brit. With some. mended and reset, Atlantic to a. central spot on
L "ish. section of the international and new' ones added the Lineis the peninsula, thence north-
f Council for Bird Preservation considered to be in good con- ward to a specified point south-
.., reported that the Council was dition there. west of Philadelphia, and then Come In And See

.. .' asking'member nations to desig Along the north-south Mary- westward in a straight line.
... nate national birds. He invited land-Delaware front however Local surveyors soon began
';. readers to Indicate their selection many stones area broken. Someare marking off the borders, but ran
. Homelite
for Britain. out of place, and a few'have into many delays. The Colonial New

Redbreast Wins Poll disappeared. The United States authorities grew impatient and *..
A flood of letters followed. Congress and the :Maryland and brought over two English sur-
When the votes were counted, Delaware legislatures have all veyors trained in mathematicsand
redbreast led all other birds. passed acts approving restora- astronomy. Their names Quality Mowers
The red grouse finished second; tion of this less known part of were Charles Mason and Jere-
the wren, third."Engaging the Mason-Dixon Line. Here the miah Dixon-destined to be for- andTractors'
manners'and trust- Line must be redrawn by the ever, Joined in the largest engi-
ful disposition towards man ren U.S. Coast and Geodetic Survey, neering surveying achievement I
der robin perhaps the most gen and necessary funds have not of 18th century America.
erally known of British birds,", yet been approved. Wilderness Is Shorted
an: English ornithologist has Born of Colonial Quarrels Mason and Dixon worked from
: written. I I I People wishing to see or photograph 1763 .to 1767. After verifyingand j

The British robin (Erithacus I I I the old stone markers completing the Peninsula I We Servic ONLY What We Sell
rubecula melophilus) is differ may find them with a little' exploration and junction lines, they set off
ent from the American ,robin I along the State bound into western wilderness. With
(Turdus migratorious) though aries. But not all sightseers will them went assistant surveyors, .
.. both are members of the thrush realize that the line popularly 'I Indian guides, axmen, wagon Think First Of Quality
the National supposed to mark the division drivers. "
family, Geographic
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Society says. Measuring 5U between Confederate and Union The team laid out the line Think First of Homelite

inches from bill to tail tip, the sides actually was established a for 230 miles, 30 miles beyond
adult redbreast is smaller than I century before the Civil War. Maryland's westermost frontier

. its American namesake. The I The story goes back to Colonial and almost to Pennsylvania's. BUNNELL TIMBER CO.ID
British robin has olive-brown disputes over borderlands At that point the Indians refused .
between the Calverts of Mary- to go into hostile tribal
back featers and a bright orange I
foreheard, throat and breast. land and the Penns of Pennsyl- area. But the mission was accomplished 7-3322
Large eyes, dark brown in color vania. The quarrels, punctuated I with results surprisingly I I
I with periodic appeals to the I close to modern cal.
give it an alert appearance 1 ______"___ --
and' enable it tn sight tiny in.
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sects at long distances.The : I I

, bird feeds freely in the I Model foi.ollel..tlerp are 18 Cherrolets lower
open, and often lives in gardens j '

or is close not to finicky well-traveled about nesting lanes.It I priced than. any other tali-sized ear!

sites, choosing hollows in banks,
Leave it to these Jet-smooth Chevies torgo easy one of,them has a road-gentling Jet-smooth ride,
ivy-covered walls, tree stumps,
thick hedges, recesses in sheds on your family budget! All told' there are 18 Body by Fisher refinements_ and dozens of engi-

and outbuildings, discarded kettles Chevrplets-V8's and 6's-priced lower than comneering details you'd'expect only in the most ex-

and tin. cans, farm wagons, parable competitive models. Sumptuous Impalas pensive makes. Look them over at your Chevrolet "

even clothes hung on 'pegs. sprightly Bel Airs, bottom-priced Biscaynes and a dealer's one-stop shopping center and see how f CHEVROLET

Robins have incubuated eggs in I whole stable of wonderful new wagons. And every easy it is to drive out in just the one you want!
moving trucks.
I Based on comparison of manufacturers' suggested retail prices(including Federal tax)for models with 113-inch wheelbase or above.
One pair of robins in Birmng-

_._ ham, England," built a nest one IMPALAS BBL AIRS
day in ,an unmade bed. The
owner gave over his bed to the
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birds until they had reared: G
their young. NMImpala

Robin Defends Territory V8 Convertible Bel Air V8 2-Door Sedan Bel Air V8 4-Door Sedan
"Tame as a robin" is a common '
British expression. But the WAGONS

.. bird frequently attacks other
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redbreasts in defense of its ter ._

ritory. The robin stakes out a ,
. plot of ground-usually cover-
ing little more than an acre- Impala V8 Sport Sedan Nomad Six 4-Dr.9Pass. Station Wagon Nomad V8 4-Dr.9Pass. Station Wagon

by singing. The melodioussongserves h
also to attract 'females.

If a strange bird venturies" onto ,
its territory, the robin cocks ,
up its tail and warbles a no-

trespassing song. Should the intruder Impala V8 Sport Coupe Nomad V8 4-Dr. 6-Pass. Station Wagon Nomad Six 4-Dr. 6-Pass. Station Wagon
" remain, the robin moves
closer, lifts its head, puffs his
chest, and ruffles its bright

breast feathers. Threats failing, f-
the robin attacks with claws
beak.
Singing and fighting seem to Impala V8 2-Door Sedan Parkwood Six 4-Dr. 6-Pass. Station Wagon Parkwood V8 4-Dr.9-Pass.Station Wagon

be the principal pastimes of the BISCAYNES -
British cock robin, but observers

have noted that he enjoys a _
curious courtship ceremony in ,
which he feeds his mate-to-be. ,

The hen cheeps loudly .As' the Biscayne V8 4-Door Sedan Parkwood Six 4-Dr.9-Pass. Station Wagon Parkwood V8 4-Dr.6-Pass. Station Wagon
cock approaches her with an offering -
she lowers her wings
and utters the food cry of a -1
young bird. The. male prolongsthe :
feeding by bringing, only
one insect or worm at a time .
though when feeding the younnghe Biscayne V8 2-Door Sedan Brookwood Six4-Dr.6-Pass. Station Wagon Brookwood V8 (-Dr. 6-Pass,Station Wagon

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