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Title: The Flagler tribune
Physical Description: Newspaper
Language: English
Publisher: s.n.
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Place of Publication: Bunnell Fla
Creation Date: April 20, 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
Rights Management: All rights reserved. Board of Trustees of the University of Florida
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Preceded by: St. Johns tribune
Succeeded by: Palm Coast news
Succeeded by: Flagler/Palm Coast news-tribune

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VOLUME 49, NO. 15 'BUNNELL, FLORIDA, THURSDAY, APRIL 20, 1961 $2.50 A YEAR

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Flagler BeachCommissioners Magazine Story By Auxiliary OK'sGirl's I Jr. Woman's Club I City Commission )


Mrs. Judith EddingerOn (Plans For Girl

Selection OK's
Forest Fire Unit (Scouting Here RemodelingCivic


In Special MeetThe I A forest 'fire prompted the IFor Girls' StateThe ( The JUI'.iorVoman's) Club is Center Bldg.

study of trees and conservationby I planning to hold a special meeting ;1

a second grade class taughtby I in the interest of Girl Scouting -

Mrs. Judith M.. Eddinger of I on .Tuesday evening, April
Beach town
Flagler commissioners American Legion Auxili- 1 j Bunnell's City Commissionersvoted
met 1088 Eastdale St., Jacksonville.The J25. Mrs. H. V. Peavy said the
Monday night
ary at a meeting Monday night at their Monday night
called for the purpose of determining author is presently a third approved the selection of Mary'meeting will be held in the meeting to begin work on the
what course of actionit grade teacher at the San Pablo Woman's Clubhouse in Flagler
Susan Brannam as their repre- remodeling and addition to the I
in the Elementary School in Jackson- Beach at 8 o'clock.A .
would take pending f
.. sentative to the annual sessionof .' Bunnell Community Center
ville. However the unit Girl Scout Leader, Mrs. "
,
litigation of Flagler Harbors, was
Girls' State in Tallahassee. (building. Complete plans call
Inc., versus the Town of Flagler first used while she was a second Tucker of Daytona Beach will for
Jamesene Dawson was also .approved I converting the present stage
Beach. The litigation is over a grade teacher in the Bun- as the alternate repre- be present to speak on Girl area into a dining-meeting room
nell school and since has been Scouting,' and all of
contract held by Flagler Harborsfor parents
sentative. The high school faculty and the addition of kitchen'and
development of a marshland.The I used successfully in her present makes the selection of the eligible girls and others who are restroom facilities.
class. l interested in the program are in-

commissioners in a three- Mrs. Eddinger's report of the representatives.Mary vited and urged to attend. Work will begin soon on con- .
to ,two vote went on record as is Club members for version of the be-
study unit appears in the May I : Susan the daughterof are asking stage area

recognizing the development {issue of The Instructor Magazine Mr. and Mrs. Levi Brannam, the cooperation of the county fore the addition is made to the

contract and working with the a nationally circulated I Sr., of Bunnel and she is a member residents in this worthwhile building. This area will havea

developer, Michael Murray. The I publication for elementary of the junior class of Bun- project, in order that they may seating capacity for about 65 '

contract has been in litigation school teachers and educators. I nell High School. .. make Girl Scouting a going organization for dining purposes. !

about two years in a disputeover Title of the article is "A Sec- in Flagler County.McMillanStaton. I
the developing contract Jamesene is the daughter of The commission rehired the
ond Grade's View .of Trees and I
held by :Mr. Murray. I Mr. and Mrs. James Dawson of following city employees: Mrs
Conservation. It
explains how Bunnell and she also is a member -I I Nancy Rodgers, city clerk; Gene
The commissioners also votedto the class evolved a study unit
I of the junior class. j Barber, street and water plant
dispense with the services of i and the results after one of the I

the attorney representing the pupils discovered smoke rising I I Auxiliary members also made I Go To Boys StateI I and superintendent Edwin Pellicer; Wilfred, city Hunter policemen 1

town during the litigation. The from a distant wooded area that plans to serve the 40 & 8 dinnerat
4 ; and H. T. Cook, city at-
record vote was 3 for, 1 ab- was visible from the classroom the Community Center on I : McMillan of Bunnell I torney.

tained, and 1 no. windows. Friday April 28. Committees and Paul Staton of Flagler

.for the supper were named by Beach have been selected to j I Mayor Commissioner L e v I.

the president, Laura Morris. I represent the American Legion Brannam, Sr., also named the

P.-T. A. Executive VFW ,Sponsors following on standing commit-
Secretary Eula Fuller made a Post 115 at the Boys State Ses-
tees: finance, H. V. Peavy; wa- I
, sion in Tallahassee in June.
Committee Plans Benefit Boiled report on transporting children I ter and utilities, Harry Atkinson :
Both membersof
to the Crippled Childrens Clinic young men are .
chairman, and C. A. McKenzie :
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I held in Jacksonville the junior class of Bunnell
at Hope Haven

For Meeting [Shrimp Supper I Tuesday. High School. Mike is the son as assistant; sanitation
I! committee chairman will. be
of Mr. and Mrs. L. W. McMillanof I
Plans were completed at the I A Benefit Boiled Shrimp Sup Bunnell and Paul is the son Mcenzie with C. B. Eisenbach as II I II
Executive Committee meeting of per will be held at the Rob I assistant. .
I I of Mr. and Mrs. H. G. Staonof I
the Bunnell Parent-Teacher Association Deen hunting camp on Saturday Two Age Groups
Flagler Beach.
on Tuesday eveningfor evening, April 22, VFW Bids were received on a fog- !
I I I
,the .April' 27, meeting-Mrs.-" 1Ommander-.DaIe- .said-.to-: --'- ging machine and thet bides of. .
Becky Clegg said today. day. Serving will begin at 5 o' Make iJ pState's Sl of Young Crews Southern Mill Creek: Products for "i
a reconditioned machine'was !
clock and continue 'till. The
This will be the final meet-
benefit is the VFW accepted. The commissioners will ,I
sponsored by
I
Ing of the association for this PopulationA Serious BurnedJeff
Post 5213. use the machine for fogging on II
school and will be held
year I
occasions in the summer when J
Directions for finding the {
in the Bunnell school cafeteria
I greater proportion of both Crews of mosquitoes invade the, town.
camp going from Bunnell are young son Mr. I!
on April 27. Preceding the meeting and oldsters make
to drive out Highway 100 to youngsters and Mrs. James Crews received
the school dance band will Florida's population today_ The city also made a- contribution !
Water Oak up and burns in
Service Station, turn severe painful a
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play from 7:45until 8:15. Dur- of $500 to the Band
than in 1950 the Florida State
left and follow the signs. The fire at the Crews home, West Par'I'I
ing this time refreshments will Chamber of Commerce ents Association for the
says. Court St.
public is Invited. Sunday morning.
be served. The business and trip to the State Contest to be
program meeting will begin at I I "Children and teenagers under The three-year-old lad, play. held in Panama City soon.
18 of make 34 I ing with matches went into aj /
Mrs. KiddeirsTwin years age up i I I
clothes closet, closing the door
8:15.A .1 per cent of the state's 4,951,560 II
I panel discussion on "School- Brother total poulation today, comparedwith | behind him. He was rescued Beach Businessmen -

Parent Relations" will be held. 30 per cent in 1950. The i I' by neighbors and carried to the

Serving on the panel will be current number in this young Flagler Clinic and Hospital I Directors

Principal J. O. Craig and School Passes AwayPaul group is 1,681,274, representinga where he received medical treat- I Designate

Counselor John Cannon, Mrs. I Hetscl of Ramsay, N. J., gain of 102 per cent since ment for 'burns.Considerable I I
Avery and Mrs. Brunk of the ; damage from the Heads of CommitteesJohnny
twin brother of Mrs. Susie Rid- 1950. Nationally this group I 1
faculty. Representing the par- dell of Bunnell died early Wednesday gained 37 per cent during the fire and water was caused and Botterbusch was chosen -
ents will be L. H. Church, :Mrs.L. in He ten and makes most all of the wearing apparelin .
morning Ramsay. years now up chairman of the board when
W. McMillan, and Dave Per- retired. 36 cent of the nation's the closet was lost. 1
was per popu- they met Thursday at the officeof
ryman. Mrs. Clegg will serveas I Funeral services were incomplete lation. the newly elected president, /

moderator.The at time but funeral DonatesTo
I press "Floridians 65' of Korona Club Pal Parker.
years age
business meeting will be services and interment will .be and older now number 553,129 Project committees also were

concluded with the installationof I in Ramsay. persons, up 133 per cent in the Cemetery BeautyThe chosen to be headed by: E. J.
Survivors include his wife, 'one
the following new officers: decade. This Chaffee, welfare and education;
daughter, and three sons all of age group com- Korona Club at its last
Mrs. George Robert Danner, welcome Robert
Clegg, president; prises 11 cent of the state ;
Ramsay. One sister, Mrs. Susie I per meeting donated $50 toward and'
Mrs. Keith Lovell advertising
president. total and ranks the,state fourthin Henderson, publicity
of St. Cem-
Riddell beautification
elect Mrs. Jo of Bunnell.Summer Mary's Charles Sindelar
; ,' secretary; this respect. In 1950, the ; ,
and John Cannon, treasurer. proportion of oldsters in Floridawas etery. beautification; Mike Sullivan,
The club is fora
II' Classes for making plans finance; and Harold Threadgill:
9 per cent. The national Dinner" to
"Polish Sausage ,
community development."The .
proportion today is a little more be held the White
at Eagle on
Turtle Season Will Teachers at DBJC springboard to a creative
than 9 per cent against, 8 per Saturday, May 13, begining at "
program ,is service, Mr. Parker
cent 'In 1950.
Come To End May 1 Elementary and secondary 8 o'clock in the" evening. said, "and a colorful promotion

teachers in Volusia and Flagler "The s 6-c ailed productive Tickets will be available soon in each field will be consideredand

The season comes to an of- counties may make registration group in Florida, those from 18 for the, dinnef.FLAGLER given cooperative assist-

ficial close on sea turtles on reservations for up to nine hoursof to 64 years of,age, are the larg- ance- of the entire group."

May 1, the State Board of Conservation college credit work in Day- est in number, 2,217,157, but BEACH "If it isn't worth painting, tear

said today. tona Beach Junior College's gained at the slowest rate, 60 DOGS WILL BE it down," is one slogan suggested -

It said the closed season on summer session. The credit pro- per cent, during the ten-year _for the clean-up-palnt-up

sea turtles runs from1 to gram is scheduled to begin on interval. This group currently VACCINATEDFlagler week being planned.J. .

September 1, which is the same the campus June 19. makes up 55 per cent of the Beach Town Clrek Ru W. Green, secretarytreasurer -

closed season as the oyster. He Dean R. \Whetstone said state total and stood at 61 per dolph Peterson said today all said that the files of all correspondence -

stated that conservation agents schedules and reservation cards cent in 1950. Florida ranks 15th dog owners in the beach town and inquiries are

throughout the state will' be en- are in the process of distribu- among the 50 states today in the 'are urged to take their, dogs to available to the members; and

forcing the closed season. tion to all teaching personnel of proportion of this middle group. the 'Town Hall on April 28 between that the membership drive is

As a result of the 1959 legislature both counties. The course reser- The national figure is.a fraction I the hours of 3 and 5 P.M. still on for business men in the

"no person may take vations become effective upon above the state's 55 per cent.I for Innoculation.' entire beach area. Vice President --

possess, distrub, or mulfilate, receipt of the special card by Thus it will be seen that the I Mr. Peterson said a veterinarian George Moody, Sr. ex-

turtles' nests'or eggs at anytime,I the college. youngest and the oldest of the will be In the building next presse4 confidence In the success -

nor may turtles be taken or Formal registration for the three groups gained at the ex- to the town hall to vaccinatethe of the wide range of activities -

harmed on the beaches or with- I'group will be scheduled later I pease of the middle group.both dogs. All dog owners are because of the ,"enthusi-

in one-half-mile seward during during the 4 current semester, the 'in Florida and the nation," the!urged to cooperate in this matter astic support of all its members
....
the closed season.r .** J dean concluded. trade body concluded. ,J j l and most of the citizens."

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; PAGE TWO .' ... THE FLAGLER TRIBUNE,,JBUNNELL, FLORIDA,,. ? s_ Thursday April!, 20_ ;"1961 \

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q thee nest or where the ants f .. -:'

crawl. This includes cracks in i
.1 Even if don't have ants .. I
! you
.. the floor and walls, around water S
in you'may have
. your pantry pipes, electrical outlets, heat
',' them elsewhere-Including your
ducts, cracks behind moldings,
SO QUICK
plants. baseboards, window and doorframe inc;b

So inspect now. Look for the also around kitchen cup- i

little black invaders as well as I boards, shelves, sinks and bath-

: the big red ones. 7 1 tubs. Do not: apply these oilbase : .'
Often these pests are on ornamentals :I flame .. : .
sprays near an open .
i '
guarding "slave", in, ... '4k ) 1
" m II IIof. or on asphalt tile, or grass, .. ;'
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that are making honeydew! : i.;
. sects ;trees or shrubs. f. ': .

. for their captors. Ants harbor' FLEAS ,-:. 1-i."

eggs of scale insects,.mealybugs, I
flies and leafhoppers Florida homeowners appear to
white aphids .
in their nest during the I I I be plagued with more than the ;... ., 5IvGiY: : ,. ,
of spring usual infestation: of fleas. Requests a f
winter to be sure a
and summer supply' of sweet'I are pouring in asking .

''.. excreta. :ways to get relief from this pest.

. Ant injury to plants in indirect i, It's very common to get a

; >: Ants keep the insect pests complaint from people who have -
I; rid of their pets only to J '
gotten
for :
,3 i at full strength destroying
k %
vegetables and ornamentals by i I find that fleas have become ,. d4 '. f'0
numerous in the house and yard. .
sanitation fighting '/ '
,
.. practicing With the pets gone, the fleas ; \
natural and I I
off predators 'pre
-' find themselves with no domestic --"' ........ """ &
': venting an invasion of insect .w:* ", .
'i I t animals on which to feed. o' ; .'

; parasites.Ants, also invade lawns. Besides Therefore, they begin to aggravate .;/ \ :.:: .

sting, ants the homeowner.Due !. { j ...:.:.l. .. '
their painful :
.... make unsightly hills that clutter to the long warm spellin "\ ::f}:: ..:dr (" ,}?;

up an otherwise perfect I later winter, ticks are also I ..'>.,.i:==4.. ," !

showing up in the lawns of > if 'fir
.+ lawn. I tir
'! \ For outdoor control, 'Agricultural some homes. ,!

Extension Service entomologists The same treatment will kill o 0

1 both fleas and.ticks. It's a triple
suggest chlordane or .
: I approach of treating pets, inside .
dieldrin in water-base sprays. with a new..lameless 1.
ant I the house and the lawn area.
For attacking an nest, try i
two tablespoons of 50 per cent A 4 per cent malathion dust I "quick-recovery" electric water heater
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is effective flea killer on pets.
of water. ,
.. chlordane per gallon ,
indoor flea-tick control
For an ,
Pour the mixture into the nest prepared house Nothing in water heating compares with the super-speed of a"quickrecovery"
apply a ready
Then soak the area
J opening. hold spray containing malathionor I flameless electric water heater. This remarkablenew
insecticide
with water to wash the
diazinon alone or in combination water Heater is the answer for larger families who require a
down to the bottom hiding I 1
with either chloradane or j lot of hot water in a hurry.
place of the queen antOn
dieldrin.A 1\
plants apply a spray mix II CLEAN No constant-burning pilot light. ..no soot and greasy' t
sprayer, a paint brush, or 1
ture of a tablespoonful of 50 per oil is excellent film caused by flame.SILENT!Absolutely free from scary"blast on"and "
a pump-type can
cent wettable chlordane powderIn "blast off" sounds. Noiseless as electric light.
for applying insecticides to your f i
Do
three gallons of water. .
not apply' this poison to foliageor cracks: in the floors, around baseboards SUPER-SAFE I No flame or fumes to worry about.Assures peace of

fruit that will be eaten.If and in other dark, pro. mind. COMPACTI Saves.valuable space. Needs no vent or flue.

teced places. Be sure to spray Tucks away even in a closet. ECONOMICAL Cheaper to operate- i
ants are in the house, discover mats and furniture on which
because Sunshine Service Electricity is now a bigger bargain than ever.
if they are coming from pets sleep. '

outside' or if the nest is indoors. For an outdoor attack on pet I Nearly a million Florida homemakers have already switched to
I
For ants that are sneaking"in pests, use a jar spray attach- flameless electric water heaters.How about you? See your appliance

from the outside, block their ment on the garden hose. Spray I dealer,plumber,or electrical contractor for the style you'll want .

path by blowing either a ,5 per mixtures containing' BHC, DDT,
I
cent chlordane or a 2 per cent and diazinon will kill both fleas

f dieldrin dust onto the ants' line and ticks. I -rhtej ?t14a7dj.bu' L 11E

.> of march. As fleas like dry, sandy areas s, I ( f/V

For an indoor application, use for breeding, be sure to spray 117l cf
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l 3 per cent chlordane or 0.5 percent under the house, under the tool F LOR I D A POWER & L I G H M P A II Y

.. dieldrin in" a non.staining shed and in the sand bed where I HELPING BUILD FLORIDA
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. deodorized kerosene. you park the jalopy. .
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\,: SERVICE -I IBAR CONCRETE PRODUCTS FUEL OIL I
r' AND PACKAGE STOREBAMBOO Village HardwarCenter

; McDANIEL'S Your "Q" For ConcreteDial KING'S TRUCK STOP, HOUSE PAINTS

l ;, Service Station l CL 38113DAYTONA PHILLIPS 66 GAS & OILS Match and mix any colorBuilder's
BAR & COCKTAIL
r STANDARD OIL PRODUCTS BEACHQuillian's Delivery in the County on Supplies Kitchenware
LOUNGE GIFTS GREETING CARDS
1 I' Tires-Batteries-Minor Repairs I Inc. Fuel Oil, Kerosene, Tractor Fuel
,: ,- Bunnell ID 7.7119 Open Under New Management Concrete, GasolineU. AlA Ormond Beach CL 2.0420

Come In and Get Acquainted 1 N. Bunnell ID 7-3676
I I. Biddle Gulf ServiceGASOILLUBRICATION DRUG STORES JEWELER .
Ocean Blvd AlA Flagler Beach

Anderson Drug Store FLOOR COVERING O. F. BEACH

GULF TIRES & BATTERIES FLAGLER BEACH, Jeweler
Prescriptions
Tilecraft Company"LET Elgin KVatches-Diamonds
Open 7 M.-IO P.M.-7 Days HOTEL BAR Sick Room Supplies
Exceptional Gifts
State&Lambert US 1-ID 7-7190 Sundries US FLOOR YOU"
"The Meeting Placeof BUNNELL Armstrong & Kentile Watch RepairsEngravingI

Colonial Service. StationEARL Flagler County""Jim Sold and Installed 46 W. Granada Ormond Beach
I I I OR 7-2384
E. RICE. PrbprietorGASOILLUBRICATION and Yvonne Serving" Moody's PharmacyFlagler All Work Guaranteed

Ormond Beach OR 7.3181 .
FISH BAITLARGE
County's Corner Drug Store
+ MOTOR TUNE-UP
BOTTLE CAS'HARRIS PRESCRIPTIONS
GOODYEAR TIRES & BATTERIESu. -
HIWAY 1 BUNNELLSullivan's BOTTLE GAS DRUGS-SUNDRIES FURNITURE FISH WORMS

BOTTLE or BULK FOUNTAIN SERVICE Ormond Bedding and FOR SALE $1.00 per 100

Gulf ServiceGULF FLAGLER ,COUNTY'S ONLY BunnelL Fla. Phone ,ID 7-3661 Furniture Co. Orlin B. Green

HOME OWNED GAS COMPANY Substantial Discounts on AH
GAS-OILS- TION'TlRE8TUDE8ACCESSORIES' ORMOND PRESCRIPTION DEDS-SOF FURICITURB PHONE ID 7-3585 .
PHONE ID 7-3551 $10 Tradeln Covers Down PaymentR.
206 So. Stone BunnelL Flo.
Beach Information Help Flagler County Grow PHARMACY ROBENBERRY, Owner

Specializingin Clean Rest Rooms"In Service and By Shopping at Home ,Sick Room Supplies-Sundries 69 Granada, Ormond Bck. OR7* -
The Heart of Flagler Beach BUILDING SUPPLIES 24-Hour Prescription Service <
Free Delivery in Flagler Beach GARDEN SHOP I I j

AUTO REPAIRS WICKLINE ORMOND- Rt. .A1A BEACH-TeL 1 ml. North OR of 7-1661 Gray's' Garden Center PAUL'S RADIO &.TV' '

Atenna Sales & Installations
GARAGE Headquarters for Gardening Need.
EDGAR'S ? t
Building Supplies
24-Hour Towing Service \ Thompson PharmacyYour Ceramics.. Gifts Materials Dry Arrangement Authorized Sales RCA Victor j

CEMENT CEMENT BLOCKS, Health Is Wealth Annuals Fertilizers We repair all other TV&Radio seta
COMPLETE AUTO ,REPAIRS Shrubbery
STEEL Put YourPRESCBIPTIONS 1370 Ocean Blvd AlA '
Automatic Transmission Service TORO LAWN MOWERS

Wheel, Balancing-Front Alignment End Flagier: Beach -- HE 9-2254 147 Tomoka Avenue-Ph. OR 7-051' Ormond Beach .- OR 7-2852 ,
In Our Hands ORMOND
24O Granada Ormond-Oil 7-OSO3
, CLEANERS Ormand Drugs A Prescription Ship NURSERY
AUTOMATIC TRANSMISSION. 141 W. Granada--Ormond 7.1421 HARDWARE


HOLLY HILLHYDROMATIC BUNNELL CLEANERSEVERY GILL DRUG COMPANY THAT FAMOUS PAINT Wagon Wheel Nursery j
CLEANING Shade Trees Potted Plants
SERVICE Walgren AgencyPRESCRIPTIONS Exclusively at
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SERVICE Shrubs
Repairing-- Rebuilding'' Oven Dally S to 6Fnone FLAGLER BEACHHARDWARE 1,000 plant free; one with every l
Central Florlda'0 first .i eclalUt* la dollar you spend. Thousands of
ID 7-318S Sick Room Supplies Sundries
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AUTOMATIC TRANSMISSIONS rarities
at reduced prices. Best to 1
1239 .7-lSSll l1y. Hill- .:115! N. Bay St. ,- Bunnell- 19 "W. Granada Are. Onaoad Beach town.
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,:" Thursday, April 20, 1961 THE FLAGLER TRIBUNE, BlINNELL. FLORIDA PAGE.THREB. '
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I '. officials of the National Association -
;, Former Governors "Harvest of Shame"Film
i of Broadcasters, the State!' THE
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: Against Executive Protested by Department and CBS itself,
.,' r urgently requesting cancellationof
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i the program on the groundsthat
Succeeding Himself Senator Holland its presentation would bea

Only one of the state's' living Following unsuccessful effortsto grave dis-service to our coun-
former Chief Executives agrees prevent the March 21 telecastof try and to Edward R. Murrow,

1 r with Ex-Gov. LeRoy Collins that the co-called documentaryfilm narrator of the program, who

Florida Governors should be "Harvest of Shame," by the had just become the head of a ycofii

' permitted to succede themselves.This British Broadcasting Corporationand vital and sensitive federal bu [

the resultant damage to reau. _
was revealed in a poll
American which it
taken for prestige "Although my efforts failed, By THOMAS COLLINS
of former
governors wrought in England, U.S. Sena-
an article in the April issue of tor Spessard L. Holland said "I two helpful results were secured. What Do, Children Owe To Retired Parents?
I Most immediate was the arranging t
Florida Trend by Hampton have twice put the issue before annouhcement WHAT are the obligations of into a decent life by their mother
Dunn, veteran Florida news- the Senate. of a BBC children to their retired and father simply cannot repay
at the start and close of the film parents? them. No matter what, they can
cornmentator:!)
and political "First, I protested the shock- stating that Murrow was not a This question arises out of a not repay them.
for many years. ing lack of concern for the national representative of this govern- recent Golden Years column Food and shelter are fundamental. -
interest displayed by the ment at the time of his partici- which laid out the obligations of Freedom from' worry over
ex.Governors-Mlllard F. retired parents to their children. whether not will have themat
Two Columbia Broadcasting System pation in the program, but was or you
Caldwell and Fuller Warren- I Readers have suggested that the 65 is also fundamental. Peopleat
I in selling the controversial and an employee of CBS. Most Important -
problem may have two sides. 65 can shield their wants as effectively -
bluntly stated they opposed a was the assurance I received .
times false film to BBC. Here
many are the things which as they shield their
change in the Constitution be- "When '1 first learned of the from an authoritativegovernment children who have flown from the emotions. Children should pry
cause they say the only timea proposed broadcast just 24 hours official that CBS nest owe to the mama and papa enough to make SURE their .
Governor was permitted to ahead of its scheduled showingI will not offer this film in other bird who pushed them from it. parents have their basic needs.
succeed himself, the result was immediately appealed to key foreign markets. However, great (1) Men who come tp to retire- (3) Adult children owe their re-
"Not good." damage was accomplished ment age-and they ,frequently tirement-age parents the right to
I I transmit their emotions to mother be wrong. The freedom of retire-
the BBC
The article said these barbs through showing. nearly always feel unloved and ment, while not always desired,
Governor succeed himself. March 24) I read
were aimed at Collins, who won .to Yesterday unwanted. No matter how important is sometimes an intoxicant to both
reelection to a four-year term in Holland said he strongly requested into the record six excerpts from they have been on their men and their wives. They wantto
1956 after the State Supreme legislators pushing the British press reports reviewingthe jobs they see their influence and build a house, or start a busi-
Court had ruled he'was eligible measure to withdraw their efforts film. All were highly critical status fading away. And in addi- ness, or take a boat to Italy. Thereis
"and they graciously did." of us and indicated that our tion they usually find themselves not too much time left for
to run although he was alreadyin State Sen. Charlie E. Johns, English friends accepted as heavily burdened with the idea making mistakes. Forget what it
office finishing a twoyearterm abroad in the land that
now a may cost YOU in the end and let
who served as Acting Governorand facts the untruths depicted in
to which he'd been elected.In 65-year-old man just doesn't mat- pop pull a whopper if he wants to.
was defeated for the office the film.
ter anymore. I (4)) Adult children are obligated
his swan song earlier this j by Collins in 1954, said he, too, "They also questioned Mr. Children of such a man owe It not to turn their retired parentsinto
year, after an unprecedented six 1 did not agree with Collins' proposal Murrow's value to this countryin to their father and mother to step free servants and baby-sIt-
years as Chief Executive, Collies on succession.The his present assignment. am in and give what spiritual vita- ters. Retired parents weren't
advocated that Florida's Trend article is a compre- afraid that the British will have mins they can. They must under- made for this, and though almostall
I ancient constitutional ban on hensive review of Florida's political much more to say about the stand that people by age 65. are of them would welcome a bit
;, a Governor succeeding himself background in which film. I can see no justificationof able to shield their emotions, to of it, they don't relish the on and
be lifted. smile and joke about their great on and on of it that they get. They
the Constitutional provision on -CBS's action in placing profit
freedom that is coming, and to seldom complain and won't refuse
Only one other former Governor succession has been changed ahead of the best interests of aren'i
cover up remarkably well. Chil- grandma and grandpa
Doyle E. Carlton, Sr., of from time to time, and tells of our nation whose government, dren should drop over once in a supposed to do these things?
Tampa, concurs with Collins, the political fortunes of ex- incidentally, grants the fran- while and tell mom and pop how (5) Adult children owe their
and he told Dunn that he felta governors.It chise under which individualand wonderful they are. retired parents a little time of
person should be limited to brings present Gov. Farris network-owned broadcast (2) Adult children owe their the day. Not five or six hours, not
two terms. Bryant into the act by report- stations operate. I have never retirement-age parents the secu- even every day, but a little from
of food and shelter and medi- time to time.
Former Gov. Spessard L. Hol- ing a guest political column he favored federal control of private rity
cation for their pains-if they
land, now U.S. Senator, recalled wrote in 1956-shortly after be- enterprise, but it appearsto For. copy of the new Golden Year.
need it. Argue this as long as you booklet by Thomas Collins
that when he was Governor ing defeated by the encumbent, me that such irresponsible send 35
choose, but children who are cents in coin (no stamps) 'to Dept
(1941-45) that a resolution was I Collins-in which he attacked behavior is certainly asking for brought to maturity and launched NWNS., New Box York 1672 11', ,Grand N. Y.Central Station -
introduced, without his consent, "big government" role in a po- the imposition, of government -
in the legislature to permit the, litical campaign. restrictions." Subscribe to,The Flagler Tribune, $2.50 Yearly in Advance i I

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I FLAGLER WOMAN'S CLUB Uda Koerner, a, Chicago I
.Fr ..- . I test, is to arrive next archi-I O. F. ALFORD
; : deack. The business meeting last spend two days with Rev. R. N. Registered
!i'Wednesday of the Flagler Wom- .
Hoover. Mr. Koerner has drawn
( ; ep'
an's Club had election of officersfor I Real Estate Broker ;
plans for the proposed Flagler i
f,_- 0LUNA BABBITT' the coming year. Beach Methodist Church and he BunnelL Florida 1
Mrs. Phillip Kester was elect- will confer with the building I
t Telephone HEmlock' 9.2098 ,I ed president; :Mrs. Harold Mas- committee during his visit here. .
sie, first vice president; Mrs. H. I I
t I WSCS OFFICERS ELECTED GARDEN CLUB PLANS
j 11 I G.. Heydt, second vice president;
* I FLOWER SHOW I Mrs. Jerry Davis and Mrs. WillIam
The Women's Society of Chris.
I Mrs. Jasper White, recording CommunityMemorial 1
Babbitt made a trip to St.
tian Service of the Flagler The schedule for the flower'secretary; Mrs. Bennie Clay, corresponding .
Augustine -
'. Beach Methodist ,Church met show is being completed by the I secretary; and :Mrs. Wednesday.Mr. ChurchInterdenominational
-, last Thursday and election' of Flagler Beach Garden Club. The Paul Kelly, treasurer.An .
t officers was held. Mrs., Bernie time will be from 2 until 9 P.M. installation luncheon will and Mrs. A. O. Brantley AIR CONDITIONED .' "
E:. Wilson was elected president. on April 29th and also from 2 be held' May 24th and Mrs. I have been entertaining as house I Daytona Ave. 1
:. Mrs. Keith Lovell was elected until 5 'P.M. on Sunday, April Reynold Hoover is in charge of I guests her sisters, Mrs. Pearl
vice president; Mrs. Kay Swayze 30, and it will be held. in the arrangements. Reservations are I Hutchinson, Mrs. Ruth Price and I FLAGLER BEACH
,, recording secretary; Mrs. Fred I town recreation center. being requested and there will Mrs. Jewell Burgess all from Savannah Sunday School 10:00 A.M. i
Marks, treasurer.Committee The title will be "No Place I be a nominal fee. All mem- !=I Ga. They left Sunday Church Service 11:00 A.M. I
'afternoon for their homes.
I chairmen were Like Flagler" and competition bers are urged to attend and R. W. DICKERT. Paator : I
named and are: Mrs. Leonard will be invited in class six of I bring . Johnson, of children, Mr. and Mrs. L. E. Woods from J
secretary the artistic division and also in The club is proudly display-
youth and student work; Mrs. the horticulture division. I ing a new refrigerator which Palatka have opened their beach 1 fRu

. Ray Lehr, secretary of literature; Potted specimens will be ac- proved very useful for the annual home for the summer. I I

", Mrs. Phillip Kester, secretary of cepted on Friday afternoon, Shrine banquet which was
spiritual life; Miss Dorothy Ho- April 28, and cut specimens on held last Friday evening at the Mr. and Mrs. Robert Read
,mans, secretary of missionary Saturday morning. Anyone interested club house. from Gainesville spent the week
,. education; Mrs. Inez Crenshaw, may contact Mrs. Sue Mrs. Earl Thiel, program end here in their home on Central Abp
Ave.Dr. :
secretary of I'Christian social relations Spivey, general chairman, or chairman, announced that the
; and Mrs. Reynold Hoov Mrs. Willis White of the horti- social meeting for Wednesday,
;. er, secretary of promotion. culture committee.Mr. April 26, starting at 2 P.M., and Mrs. Stewart White
.. Rev. Reynold Hoover gave a would be a film shown by the I from Edgewater visited here
last week with Rev. and Mrs.R. III
book review on "Basic Christian and Mrs. Tom Gallowayand Palatka Paper Company. There .
Beliefs." They discussed plansto daughter, Patricia, left Friday will also be a book-review given N. Hoover. Prompt Service
assist in the Methodist Men's for Asheville, N. C. where by Mrs. Jasper White and host.
Mr. and Mrs. Harold Massieare PLACE YOUR ORDER WITH US-
fish fry which is to bean eventof they attended Sunday the wedding esses for that meeting will be I
May 6th on the ground where I of Miss Beverly Hayes to Mrs. Harry Treadwell, Misses spending some time in
Waynesville, N. C. this month. The Flagler Tribune
the church will be
new building i Mrs. Galloway's brother, Richard Emily and Flora Gage.
erected. Heroux. It was an event of I Mrs. Clarence Shultz announced -
Mrs. Clyde Crews of Lake But Phone IDlewood3282
Hostesses were Miss Dorothy Sunday in St. Andrew's Catholic I that the club's annual rummage t
ler was a visitor here Saturday.
: Romans and Mrs. Inez Cren- Church there at 4 P.M. Mr. Gal sale would be in May and BunnelL FloridaMOODY'S .
L tI shaw. loway was best man. Mr. and 'I requested that articles xmtrib-
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r'. Mrs. Galloway were accompan.led uted be brought either to her -
FLAGLER BEACHMETHODIST on the trip, by her mother, home on South Central Ave. or \
CHURCH Mrs., Ethel Heroux, and Mrs. to the home of Mrs. Charles
I FLORAL SERVICE
Rev. Reynold Hoover, Minister Mae Bublitz, from Lake Worth. Charon just across the street ,
9:30 A.M. Church School .!from the town hall. I

10:30: A.M. Church Service Rev. R. N. Hoover was guest I I Mrs. Inez Crenshaw, hostess, Funeral Orders A Specialty ..
Services held in the Woman's speaker last Wednesday evening I I served dainty refreshments at ,
Club Building at the Crescent City Methodist I the conclusion. .
Church during Family Night'I ALL ORDERS HOME FILLED .

Mr. and Mrs. Stanley Springer I Service. Mrs. Reynold Hoover is leav-
AND NONE TOO LATE.
\ and family accompanied Mrs.I ing today for Windsor, Conn.,
, Wilson Lowe to Gainesville Sunday I Mr. and Mrs. Joel Smith from where she will visit with their '
t where she was admitted to jPalatka i 'spent the weekend in son and daughter in law, Mr.. I Phone ID 7-3240 Bunnell, Florida ,
a hospital for medical attention.,i their place here. 'and Mrs. R. L. Hoover. I : .
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ENGINEERS PREDICT roof on. the' north side of the
DRIVERS' CORSETS structure and a temporary evacuation -
was ordered.
Zippered corsets !for drivers
e and collapsible steering wheel
shafts may be features of to THE OUTBOARDER

LOCALS morrow's automobile, safety en- Authorized Evlnrude Dealer
gineers meeting at the University REPAIRS
BOATS -ACCESSORIES -
I. of Florida were told. Dockage Storage Free Ramp
I
' i Speaking to 60 satety execu- WE FINANCE
JUNIOR WOMAN'S CLUB :ROYAL NEIGHBORS I I tives from industry and governmental 825 Ballough Rd-Daytona
t'ri; ELECTS OFFICERS ATTUESDAY'S I MEET WITH MRS. units, P. W. Logan, Liberty -
MEETING HOWELL MONDAY I
Co.'s director
I I Mutual Insurance -
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Laura Reynolds was elected The Royal Neighbors of Amer. >:<" II of association activitiesalso TV SERVICEALL
c I president of the Junior Woman's lea will meet with Mrs. F. H.I, said safety belt fasteners
Club at their meeting April 11. Howell on Monday evening at I will be standard equipment on MAKES
'her home, East Palm Ave. All I 1962 cars.UNIVERSITY.
Elected to serve with her were members are urged to attend, Agent For
Betty Littlefleld, vice'president; "Mrs. Blanche Akers said. I BUILDING AT
RCA & PUlL CO
Carol Jean Atkinson, secretary; 1 GAINESVILLE"EVACUATED
Frances Mercer, treasurer; and I LESA KNIGHT HOME I TUBES & ANTENNAS SOLD
Classes meeting Floyd Hall
corresponding
Wardeen Spivey
FROM HOSPITAL AND INSTALLED
r I on the University of Florida
secretary. j II
I Lesa Knight returned to her I campus were rescheduled for TUBES TESTED FREE
Plans are being made for the I home here Tuesday from the .other building this week because -
installation of officers at a Halifax Hospital in Daytna I I of a structural defect discovered -
meeting on May 9. Beach where she underwent, in a building mainten TV BobFLAGLER

surgery Saturday. I II ance check.
Mr. and Mrs. Frank Mercer u uF The 50-year-old building developed BEACH

spent last weekend in Jackson Joseph Paquin returned to his I II l a separation of wall and PHONE HE 9.2204
with their
ville visiting grand. I
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home, John Anderson Highway, ; f
and his family, Mr. and
son I Wednesday morning from the _..:: :: t
Mrs. Lynn Lyons and children. ""

I where Flagler Jie received Clinic and medical Hospital treat EAST DOWN SOUTH Jap- Fourth Anniversary Sale
"t
Mr. and Mrs. Randy Gordon anese actress Izumi YukLmura
I of Wildwood arrived here during ment several days. takes it easy at Miami Beach, Corsages, Cut Flowers, Vase ArrangementsPotted
the weekend to reside. Mr. Florida, where the winter is always Plants"Remember
Mrs. Jessie Way returned to like summer.
Gordon is employed by the Harris I
.her home here last week from I Mother"May
i Appliance and Gas Co.
in
I the University Hospital One dozen graded large eggs
Guests of Mr. and Mrs. Benny Gainesville where she recently I must weigh not less than 24 14 with Flowers FromBlack'
Black during the past weekendwere I underwent surgery for the amputation ounces per dozen, according to
Mr. and :Mrs. Henry Bag. of a leg. I USDA and Florida Dept. of Agriculture -
Flower
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well of Pensacola. Mrs. Bagwellis standards. s
Cobb
the former Mrs. J. E. Rose of a Mrs. W. and her father .r __ ___ ____ Phone ID 7.3348 Bunnell
Bunnell and mother of Mrs.J A. G. Bradley of Espanola,j jI i CARD OF THANKS
I[were in Gainesville Friday. Mr.
Black. I I j It is with deepest appreciation i
f I Bradley was sent over for ail II
[checkup at the University Hos- I that I express my sincere thanksto INSHRE-Stay Insured '& Rest Assured ,
I Mr. and Mrs. W. S. Brannonof il pital where he recently underwent each of you who sent to me j
Tuscan, Arizona, have recent cards, flowers and words of encouragement -
.... I( surgery.Mr.
ly adopted a young daughterand during tedious stay i GET THE BEST PROTECTION FROM1I .
have given her the name as patient in a Jacksonville I *
( of Nancy Lynn. Mrs. Brannon and Mrs. Thomas Diamond I hospital. Your rememberances
I will be remembered as the former spent the past weekend in Fort were and are a great morale I H. T. COOK AGENCY
Miss Dorothy Bradley of Bun. Pierce visiting with Mrs. Dia I builder and sustainer. Again,I
nell. She is the daughter of Mr.!mond's brother and sister in my thanks to each of you. I I Citizens Bank Bldg. Bunnell, Florida
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[ i tion of medical aid to the elder- million a year. :services." You do not have to I perfectly capable of paying: for

I ly. I am particularly concerned A great many misconceptionshave 'I I be under Social Security to be. it themselves. -

:with this issue because it will been spread about on both eligible for assistance. Only I

come before. the House Ways ofthese programs-some unwittingly -I those on old-age assistance are NOTICE
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: and Means Committee, of, which and, perhaps, some de- not eligible. But here again NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN
that the Board of Commis-
County
:11 ,am a member. liberately. I this program makes available sioners will receive sealeJ bids on

; ,increased F e d era matching the 1st day of May. A. D. 19K1. at
j | Let me state that I am not For instance, I have been receiving I I the hour of 9:00 o'clock A. M. in
i funds for medical care for those the office of the Clerk of the Circuit -
at this time ,in ,favor of the, Social much .mail asking me I Court in the Flagler County
on old-age assistance.Of Court House for the following:
Security approach but prefer to support the Social Security Sixty (60) 55 gallon drums of

giving the program which approach because the older peo- course, under the existing I coppertreat/or creosote.wood preservative and

was approved by the Congresslast ple can't afford the cost of system a check is made to de- I The above to oe ordered and delivered -

fall a chance to It medicine. I termine that is when needed. .
operate. the applicant in The Board reserves the right to

I r only became effective October 1, Under the Social Security approach need. You, as a taxpayer, are lelect any and all bids
DATED at Bunnell F'oiida. this
1960 and there isn't enough ex- the benefits would not entitled to know that the chisel. 18th day of April. A. D. 1961.

w A.S.. (Syd) Herlong perience under it to warrant take 'care' of normal medical ers are rooted out. But the ALFRED: R. TUCKER Chat man.ATTEST .

I r scrapping it for 'something with and drug bills. It wouldn't even states have set up reasonable E. A. SMYTHE. Clerk
Board of County Commissioners
Congressmen, Fifth DistrictIn 'I which we have no experience take care of all hospital ex standards with 'a minimum of Flagler County Florida.

whatever. penses. The patient would be prying into applicant's private April 20-2tc
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my newsletter as you I How do 'the two plans differ? required to pay $10 a day for affairs. NOTlCY-

know, it is my custom to take I Briefly, the Social Security approach the 'first nine days in the hOSe NOTICE IS HEREBY Commis-GIVEN
that the, Board of County
.fl a 'stand on :matters before the We all agree, I'm sure, that
would consist of raising pital. And the patient would be sioners will receive sealed bids on
to acquaint with I when men and women get old the 1st day of May A. D. 1961 at
Congress, you
Social Security.taxes H of 1 per required to pay the first $20 of I the hour of '9:00 o'clock A. M. in

how your congressman votes. I cent on the employee and an the expense' each diagnostic and, in ill health, 'they should I the office of the Clerk of the Cir-

\ You're entitled to know my po" equal amount employers and i study. And don't forget that I not be required to exhaust alII cuit Court Court House in for the the Flagler following County:

sition. Of it is not .1 their resources on medical One new Diesel-powered crawler
course just
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3/8 of one per cent for self- this plan has no provision whatever I II tractor complete with all standard

to be expected for all of you employed. It would make limit- 'I for the millions who are I drugs and hospitalization. They I equipment as per manufacturer's

to agree with me on any issue ed medical care available to all not under Social Security.It should be allowed to conserve i specifications tric lights. Crawler but. excluding tractor must elec-

I and I realize that taking a those over 65 entitled to Social has been charged that un- their resources to live on when have Horsepower not less, electric than starting 110 Drawbar
sys-
t stand on"a piece of legislation Security monthly benefits It is ,der the existing Federal-State they get well again. I tem. Hydraulic angling blade. -22-

i, encourages mail from those who I estimated it would cost in the I program a man has to sign a But by the same token, I don't track-tension inch steel track adjusters shoes. Hydraulic cab pro-

disagree with me. That is ; think we should increase the tector and rear-mounted gear-type
per.
( neighborhood of a billion dollars pauper's,oath to get assistance. I logging winch without cable.
feetly all right with me. I'm I a year. 'That is Just not so. We were taxes of the young who are Bids should state lowest cash

happy to have constructive criticism The plan now in operation is I very careful, in putting this pro struggling to take care of them price for Bunnell the above but equipment should also delivered -

just as I'm happy to have a qoint Federal-State operation, gram on a need basis to avoid selves and raise and educate state trade-in allowance for the

the expressions of those who administered by the states to any affront to the dignity of the I their families in order to pay following One IH: TD 14 Crawler Tractor

approve of my position. provide full medical care for all individual seeking assistance.We I for medical care for all those with root-rake angling blade and stumper cablecontrolled head-

I 65 or over, many of whom are which may be inspected at the
65 or over who are in need and made it clear that to be
In keeping, therefore, with I County Yard.
cannot meet their medical and i eligible for aid the recipient NOTICE UNDER The Board reserves the right to
this policy of not ducking con- and all bids.
I drug costs without exhausting II should be 65 or over and I FICTITIOUS NAME.LAW I reject any
troversial issues, this week I'm TO WHOM IT MAY CONCERN: DATED at Bunnell. Florida this
I their resources. The Federal quote, "Whose income and resources -I Notice is hereby given that the 17th day of April. A. D. 1961.
going to give you my views on undersigned pursuant to Chapter ALFRED It. TUCKER Chairman
the highly controversial i Governmeent portion. of this I It I are insufficient to meet 20953. Laws of Florida, 1941 will Official Seal Attest:
ques
Clerk
register with the Clerk of the Cir- E. A. S IYTHE,
program is estimated at $165 the costs of necessary medical Commissioners
Board County
_._ _. cuit Court in and for Flagler
--- ---- Florida.
Flagler County,
County Florida upon receipt of
proof of publication of this notice April 0-27-2tc
)1 :. the fictitious name to-wit:
i Bunnell Restaurant ORDER OF PUBLICATION
and Coffee
\. Shop and Motor IN CIIICUIT COURT OF THE
i Lodge under whichwe
i' !SEVENTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT
.
are engaged at selling food and
IN AND FOR FLAGLER COUNTY -
lodging at Bunnell. Florida and
Now You Can Answer that the undersigned are the only FLORIDA IN CHANCERY.CIIANCEIlY,
NOTICE OF !SUITt
: : : I
... I persons interested in said business. NO. 41:.
Dated at Bunnell Florida this ROGER JOHN" CULVER.
:
23rd I
of
day March. 1961.

: Your Door by NAGI CLARICE ABRAHAM ZENA MUZYKA VIRGINIA DORIS VB. CULVER.Plaintiff.

March 30 & April 6-13-20-Hp .
Defendant.IN
THE NAME OF THE STATEOF
HOME IX TIIK COUNTY JUDGE'S
i Telephone With COURT FLORIDA:
IN AND FOR FLAGLER COUN-
CULVER
TO: VIRGINIA DORIS
TY, .FLORIDA IN PROBATE.
UnknownYou
Residence Address:
CASE NO. 582
are hereby required to file your
4.
IN RE: Estate of
.
: answer with the Clerk of this
INTERPHONE CHARLES M. KING. Court to the Bill of Complaint filed
Deceased. herein against you in the above
NOTICE
TO CREDITORSAll entitled cause on or before the
I CHARLES creditors M. of the estate of 19th day of May A. D. 1961 and
KING deceased are Law-
t thereof
serve a copy upon
hereby notified and
: required to file
plaintiff'sattorney
W. Borns Esquire
rence
any claims or demands which they herein whose address da

1iiiifl1 i iTI1LiLI may Courthouse the Flagler office have County of against the County Florida said estate Judge in the of in 416 Beach Seabreeze, is Florida.hereby Boulevard"The designated Flagler Daytona as Tribune" the-


[ within eight at calendar Bunnell.months, Florida from newspaper in which this week order for

the this date Notice.of the Each first claim publication or demand of shall 4 FAIL consecutive be NOT published OR weeks.A once DECREE a HEREIN PRO

must be in writing and must state
ENTERED
BE
the place of residence and post- CONFESSO YOU WILL FOR SUCH FAIL-
I AGAINST
office address of the claimant and
must be sworn to by the claimant URE.
bill
suit is
The nature of this a
__ his agent or his attorney or it
divorce.
will become void according to law. for WITNESS my hand and seal at
March 28. 1961.
Bunnell. Flagler County Florida
SJOHN D. HARDIN
this 13th day of April. A. D. 1961. '
John D. Hardin. Administrator
>. Seal E. A. SMYTHEAs
I gym. ; of the Estate of CHARLES (Official ) Clerk Circuit Court.
M. KING.. deceased. Florida
County.
Flagler
First publication: 3/30/61.
March 30 & April 6-13-20-4tc April 20-27 & May 4-11--4tc
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CIRCUIT COURT OF
IN THE IN THE
CIRCUIT COURT. SEV-
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FLAOLER (COUNTY FLORIDA
ENTII JUDICIAL
CIRCUIT IN
CHANCERY NO. 4231
AND FOR IN
FLAOLER COUNTY.
.
:* CROWLEY FLOYD HAMMOND
FLORIDA, IN CIIANCERY.. CASE Plaintiff.

: _____ ____ NO. 4216.EDWARD. vs.
J. REINHARDT.
Y Plaintiff. PINKIE T. HAMMOND.Defendant.. .

:3; EVELYN A.vREINHARDT, I NOTICE TO DEFEND
J u Defendant. THE STATE OF FLORIDA TO:
NOTICE TO APPEAR Pinkie T. Hdmmoml
< THE STATE OF FLORIDA TO: Fair Bluff. North CarolinaYou .
EVELYN are hereby notified that a
A. REINHARDT
: \ Watkins Glen suit has been filed against you in
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New York the above entitled cause: and you
YOU ARE HEREBY NOTIFIEDthat are hereby required to file your answer -
with the Clerk of this Court
a suit for divorce has been
filed against you in the above And to serve a cony thereof upon
entitled cause and you are hereby I the plaintiff or plaintiffs attorney
required to serve upon Plaintiffs whose name and address Is:
Attorney whose name and address Ray Selden
I *00 Main Street
hereon.
appear your written de-
fense. If any. to the Bill of Com- Daytona Beach. Floridanot

r; dust One of Many New Features of plaint.the 29th In day said of suit April.on or 1961.before else If later you than fall to May do 19th.so. decree A..D. 1961.pro

confesso will be entered against
decree pro .confesso will be entered
.. for the relief demanded In the
vou
; /, f COMPLETE HOME TELEPHONE SERVICE against WITNESS you. my hand and seal of bill of complaint. The nature of

tl'i said court this 21st day of March. said suit being for divorce.
1961. WITNESS my hand and seal of
: I said Court this 13th day of AprilA.
(SEAL) E. A. SMYTHE
Home Interphone-the new home communications system-lets you talk Clerk of said Court n. 1961.Official .
By Shirley Hodges ( Seal) E. A. SMYTHE
transfer calls answer the door by picking up your ??. L. WadsworthP.O. Clerk of said Circuit Court
) ., from room to room, even Box 396 April 20-27 & May 4-11--4tc

: nearest phone! Uses your regular phones along with small color-matched Bunnell.March 30'Florida& April 6-13-20- tcSfjr IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF
FLAOLER COUNTY FLORIDA.

t 't wall speakers. Guaranteed for life by your telephone company, Home Inter- IN IN RE CHANCERY: 4=;


phone is truly a wonderful new convenience for modern, gracious living.' 3Jfluglrr wrtbuurBUJIJlIfELL. ADOPTION McKENZIE OF a minor ROGER and LEE AN-

yC GELA MAY CROW a minor

... I FLORIDA by their stepfather.
Eh NOTICE TO DEFEND
s it THE STATE OF FLORIDA TO:
Robert :M. McKenzie ,
;: MRS. M. B. FULLER, Editor Residence unknown '
You are hereby notified that a
:..f' suit has been filed against you in
1 g Dealcaatetl Oflelal Publleatl* the above entitle"" cause: and you
f
b- "
are hereby required to file your an-
f r Pnblle N.tlee..1 Flatter swer with the Clerk of this Court. I
Southern '
County Mulelpalltlc thereto and to serve a copy thereof upon J
the plaintiff or plaintiffs attorney
1 and the State .f Florida whose name and address is: i I
; Weinstein and Weinstein
Bell 161 St. George StreetSt. I

BELL CHIME SPEAKERPHONE PRINCESS PHONE Entered a* second class matter Augustine.. Florida ,
not later than May 5th A. D. 1961. E
Your phone can chime lets you talk without DesIgned for today's ) wrJj"1M Fiit M February 6.1913 at the poatefflee It you fail to do so. decree pro

'j with delightful musical holding the receiver streamlined living, the ." .tccwilfg at Bannell Florida, under act .f confeaso! will be'entered against -
yOU for the relief demanded in the fl'
; notes=so nice when leaving your hands Princess Phone is little; March 3, 1870. bill of complaint. The nature of

f children are asleep or free to mix a cake or it's lovely,it lights! Goes said suit being for ADOPTION. I'
I I IVITNE S my hand and seal of i
someone, is sick. May mind the baby. Allows anywhere and goes ','J. One year- -S2.60 said Court this 30th day' of March :

be for l loud,bell or family participation In beautifully.Your choice '. Offcia16Seal !
set ; ; __ regular'telephone ring. phone get-togethers. of five smart colors. ,'. ..... *.- .-, ,' 4t ; Clerk of aid Circuit' Court
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SOLAR SYSTEM'S 9 PLANETS 1 I played 12 games but we ran
CONSERVATION NEWS into the difficulty of umpires.
The nine planets of the solar We
are going to try to. improvethat
system usually are divided into By TUman" W. RobinsonSoil point. Also I had very'good

two general groups: terrestrial
Stewardship is sponsoredeach cooperation from the county
and Jovian. The terrestrial planets and the city commissioners who
Earth, Mercury, Venus, and year by the Flagler Soil tried to see that our youth hasa

Mars-resemble one another in I Conservation District. The dates recreation opportunity.There I

structure and probably in chemical I this year are May 714.
composition. The Jovian I BY Leslie Pache is a bill in Tallahasseeat
'
I Saturn, Uranus Soil Stewardship Week is observed this time which would set
planets-Jupiter,
t SUMMER SOFTBALL fee and provide a jersey.
Neptune, and Pluto-are entirely I each year to renew man's I TEAMS ORGANIZE up a fund for recreation. It will
different in awareness to his responsibilityto 4 Every team would pay $2a have to be voted on by the peo-

-stronomers speculate i I As I am writing this articleon game, and at the end of the ple. I can see- that we are:, going
the land. Because, withoutthe
t consist ",largely of solid hYdro.,1 Softball, a meeting was held season a Softball Banquet wouldbe in the right direction with
rich soil of this nation, this
Wednesday night to discuss a held. good recreation') codes or rules.A .
country would not be whatit
Softball program. I have talked recreation advisory board will
I is today. To emphasize this, Dr. 5 Get some good umpires
with recreation directors of cities also be set up. This was one of
gen.CLASSIFIED Firman E. Bear wrote in the and some good scorekeepers.
that have programs set upfor the best steps as it would take
Journal of Soil and Water Con I 6 Play four nights a week.
this coming season.I a lot of burden off our city commissioners
serration 'Whatever the business These are some of the things
who have plenty to
or profession of any man went to the city commission that larger cities have and they do with other matters in the

ADS may be, there is always the meeting Monday and gave thema seem to work very nicely. city.I .

I need to apply conservation to brief outline of a Softball Ciity commissioner, or .I
LUtlngs under this heading are I do hope that our boys takean
his field''of endeavor. And thereis
for These
our city.
3 cent per word each Insertion program are should say our mayor, appoint.
75 cent la,, minimum charge. :abundant and ob interest in the game. I cer-
opportunity some of the points: ed a committee to assist me. I
ligation for him to do something am to find out what the balls tainly enjoy a little entertain-
FOR SALE-2 bedroom bunga-j constructive. Conservation is not 1 To put the Softball field in and thophies will cost and report ment in the summer and go,to
the of life it is good shape for every game. the ball field as there is not
low and two lots on cornerof only a way a way at the next meeting. -
Chapel and Lambert in Bun. of thinking. And ,if enough peo. 2 Three trophies. One for Last year I was president of much other entertainment in

nell. For information call ID 7 pie can be brought to the con- the best batter, one for the team the Softball League and we the .city.
4-20-2lp::! servation of this winning the pennant, and one I
3474. can be made way and kept thinking:the,most for the best sportsman and best r.-.........-......r....--.r........ .....11'--........-.....

FOR: SALE-3 bedroom house In attractive country on the face of Improved player. A medal for FOR ALL HOURS-DAY OR NIGHT
Palm Harbor on Canal in Flag-; theearth.." i each player on the winning

ler Beach. Corner lot, hardwood team. -
floors, may GI loan. Call HE 9- The ministers of Flagler county -'' 3 Two dozen balls. AMBULANCE

2303 or Johnston's Realty. cooperate with the supervisors These- are some of the new PHONE VAlley 4-1625

4-20-4tc of the district to assist in things I am suggesting for improving SERVICE .
making Soil Stewardship Weeka the game, and for bet- ST. AUGUSTINE. FLORIDA

FOR SALE-twin maple bed success each year by observing ter playing by our youth that I Never be hesitant about calling a Garcia Ambulance. We
room set, complete with twin Soil Stewardship Sunday in will participate:
beds and box springs, vanity & their_ respective churches. lOne game a night to start are always at your service with promptness safety and

chest, price $60.00; wicker kitchen at 7 sharp; seven innings or 1% experieace.I .
This, year, the response of the
table with glass top $8.00;
hours per game unless it goes Equipped With Oxygen Resusitator and Inhalator
churches has been good.
very
meat slieer used 1 time, $5.00; into extra innings.

bedspreads $1.50 each; rugs 50 The district leaders believe this 2 Use 10 players on a team Garcia Funeral HomeP.
will be one of the best years
each. Mil-TonI
and 75 cents
and bring back the short fiielder
Motel, South U.S. 1, Phone ID 7- yet in the observance of Soil which would speed' up games. E. GARCIA, Licensed Funeral Director
Week and Soil
Stewardship I
3316. 4-20-ltp Stewardship Sunday. 3 Every team would need a LADY ASSISTANT ,

in sponsor who would put up a $25
FOR SALE-horse trailer wmw

good condition. Phone. ID 73659.

4-20-ltp

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FOR SALE-1960 model cush-
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man Motor Scooter with about -; # &.O :.

50 hours, like new. Cash price
t.-eJ": 'v91r #
$295.00. Otis Hunter, Espanola. w y \ r

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4-13-2tp j. .
S .1..; I like : ;

FOR SALE-4 unit apartment ia ,.-J :.. 1g
house. :Main St. Flagler Beach, J ;
1% blocks from ocean. Priced to (i'V % 4'2jr'; curb to curbcarpeting

sell C. Leslie Ginn, 421 LemonSt. ; :& ; .

., Palatka, EA 53534. .
April 138tpTRADE e : '
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3.1 I *' ;
OR SELL-equity of : :
bedroom home, 2 bath, Florida

room, 2 car 'garage and work-

shop, two years old, on 92 ft. I 4; Chevy's

waterfront lot in Venice Park forJ _
smaller home. See Emil Huber,

; builder, Flagler Beach. I M Jet-smooth
J 3-30-Tf.
l
SEPTIC TANK-cleaning reason rideRoads

.. able rates. George Jarosz, Phone

:. ID 7.3410 3-2 to 8-24-tp
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FOR SALE-Flagler Beach house we can't changebutwhatadelightfulchange.-. .

t partly furnished. Two bedrooms, i
CCB, large lot, located on Pal- we've made in what's ;
metto Ave. in Venice Park. Price between '
you and the road.
$8,500.00. Call Ed Mathews, With Full Coil
I l Gainesville FR 69064. suspension,

Dec. 1-Tf. unique body cushioning and

insulation and whole
; a
'v t FOR RENT furnished 2 bedroom
'
chassisful of other road .
l one bath house, Daytona Ave.,
tamers Chevrolet gives
Flagler Beach.. Completely ren you
ovated. $65.00 per' month. Keys the red carpet treatment

I
i Gulf Station. Nov 10-tf that's what's waiting for ..

,
now at Chevrolet
FOR RENT on the ocean 1 and you your

2 bedroom apartments completely ; dealer's.Nomad .
.
furnished, utilities included. ;< -".

Sensible rate day, week month, t* .; i+ }

or permanent. Sun Sea Motel, 4-Dr.6-Pass.Station- Wagon.. ."" '. I

formerly Flagler Manor).- .,
J 9-15-tf .
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FOR RENT Unfurnished
large "
bedroom garage apartment. :.E:, < :, .. max.. .,B7 6MXY19I RIDECIIEYIZOLET 0: i

Call HE 9-2318, or see Zeke

Chaffee. 11-17-tf
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bjG'aflardf. l
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JOHNSTON'S '--,...... ..
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LOTS, HOMES, OCEAN FRONT See 1M new Cheurolet cars, Chevy Corvairs and the new Corvette at your local authorized Chevrolet dealer's. <:; I
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See us for your real estate needs ; '
HALL-TUMLIN CHEVROLET COMPANY :
{ Office Phone HE 9.2242 .. .
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Residence Phones ID 7-3691
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! AMERICANA University Notebook I Gardening Florida I' moss around the ringed area, close to the circumference of ',

I / I then wrap the ,moss-covered section the tree-allowing ample space '

The University of Chicago I. with a piece of plastic. for tree growth. Distance bewails '

r I Dolloarspots on lawns are Aluminum foil an..d'freezer. wrap- and height of the wall de't

;not signs of wealth. They usual- ping can. be used. pend on the size of the bed de
ly mean that a fungus Is re-
sired.
Garden supply stores sell com-
ducing the value of the lawn to
4 1YG.zN.3 plete air layering kits for seri- Be sure that the soil dumped
:!4: that of a plugged nickel.
.. #S' ous minded amateur propaga- I into the newly constructed bed
; Keep a out for this
wary eye
1 ix I I lis rich in organic matter, but
(springtimedisease.. It ravages tors.Trim
il hedges while the plants I free of weed seeds and nema-
all lawn grasses, but is partial I
I[ are still succulent. This will, todes. Before planting it would ", E
I I to bermuda and zoysia. I II j
try cause them to produce better | be a good idea to fumigate the '
As implied, the fungus kills
'I shaped and thicker hedges. Remember 'soil. There are several chemicals
I grass in patches the size of a -
to remove enough old available for the job. ,
silver
dollar. At first the spots
wood in early flowering hedge It's not too late to plant gladioli. -
of turf wilt
and perhaps turn
,I plants to keep the shoots com They will reward you with
dark before bleaching out to a I
I II ing up from the ground. New I{ a show of color in about 80 to
straw blonde.
I I Aside from measuring. the I shoot tips can be pinched j I90 j i days after they get settled

I make them branch and form a j j I in the warm earth. If planted
spots for size with -a souivenir
; full.bodied hedge. j|I now, be sure to put the lads
dollar, check for dollarspot just
I I There are a bountiful number where they will get light, and
after sunrise. With the aid of
of flower seed you can sow now. I I I broken shade when they start
the low angle glint of old Sol,
1 I I I They include amaranthus, aster, blooming. This will insure you
Rockefeller of you'll discover a white cobweb-
Chapel-University Chicago
balsam ,.calliopsis, carnation, of a better flush of blooms. .
The University of Chicago was founded in 1890 and opened on Oc- I like mold binding together celosia, chrysanthemum, coleus,
tober 1,. 1892. Originally established as a Baptist university, it is now blades of grass. The mold disappears -
cosmos, cynoglossum, FREE PAINTOne
nondenominationaL privately .supported and coeducational. 1 I when the dew dries. cypress*

Collegiate gothic in architectural style and grouped in quadrangles, I, To cure a mild case of dollar- vine, dahlia, four.o-clock, geranium extra gallon of your choice

'the 110 acre campus (with over 100 buildings) extends for three-fourths 1 spot, give the grass a generous I hyacinthbean, linaria, with each sailor you buyMary
of a.mile on both sides of the 'Midway Plaisance, eight miles south marigold, moonflower, petunia,
shot of nitrate of soda. But be
,
of downtown Chicago. I I periwinkle, ricinus, strawflower, Carter Paint Store j
. The financial support of John D.: I quired courses. In 1954 the plan sure of the ailment, because nitrogen tithonia, thubergia, verbena and Also Westvate Shopping Outer I

Rockefeller, its founder, and the I was modified to relocate undergraduate I I adds to the misery of zinna. I
.
original educational ideas of first I education primarily at I some diseases. Flower Bed

president William Rainey Harper the end of high school, and to pro- For safer control, University VICTOR J
I I I If the of RCA
combined to chart for the Univer- approximately half of the re- of Florida turf men say use a pain stooping is preventing 1
LIVING COLOR TV
sity a course of rapid growth and quirements In specialized fields. lawn fungicide containing Cad- the planting of spring
influence.The The University of Chicago's en- flowers, then consider a raised "LOOK FOR THE PICTUUE
mium. Apply the material as a IN THE WINDOW
University gained an inter- dowment is valued at $208 million, flower bed. Such a bed arounda Southern Radio & Television
national center of fourth Uni- spray, using only a half ounce
reputation as a largest among private tree offers possibilities 226 E. Granada-Ph. OR 7-2001
research, but was also greatly versities In the U. S. In 1960 the I per 1,000 square feet of lawn.A Construct inner OltMOND
an wall fairly 1 I I ,
concerned with the developmentof total student body exceeded 8,000; jar attachment on a garden

undergraduate education. Har- there are about 830 faculty mem- hose is an ideal way to drench I'

per gathered a distinguished fac- bers. Living in all parts of the the disease from the lawn.

ulty, including nine presidents of world are some 55,000 alumni. Activities CRAIG FUNERAL HOME
colleges and universities. He established The university organization in-
junior and senior college cludes: the College; four divisionsthe Now is a good seson to initiatean "

divisions of two years each. In physical, biological and so- air-layering project. This A. H. CRAIG. Funeral Director

1941, the program was extendedto cial sciences and the humanities; ancient Chinese method of pro- JOHN HARDIN. Associate

provide a four-year liberal edu- six professional schools-business, pagation is fine for shrubs and I

cational curriculum, beginning at divinity, law, liberal science, med- trees that are 'lazy in taking !I AIR LADY OXYGEN

the end of the sophomore year of icine, and social service adminis- root. Carissa, lychee or guavaare CONDITIONEDCHAPEL I I EQUIPPED
high schooL Under the plan, year- tration; the library; the press; examples.' ATTENDANT AMBULANCES
long integrated&courses coveringthe and University College (for study
broad fields of knowledge were off-campus at a downtown center The operation is simple. Remove .-

developed. Students met the re- and through correspondence;) a half-inch ring of bark Phone ID 7-3532

quirements for the bachelor's degree The University of Chicago Press, near the base of a twig, tie a
by passing, either through the oldest in continuous publica- handful of damp sphagnum 201 E. MOODY BLVD. BUNNELL. FLORIDA .

comprehensive examinations or tion in the country, publishes a I --
placement tests taken at the beginning number of learned journals and an 4.

of their residence, 14 re average of 100 books a year.


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I THINK, HE JUST W DSO OR luxury car of the low-pnce field, withThunderbirdinspired Cash In on our I
.WHY ME READ ALOUD elegance and comfort. new low Galaxle !I I
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1 1 take care of itself goes up to 30,000 Gives and saves i
miles between lube jobs 4,000 miles
r' ta between oil changes. Truck Size brakes od- the most for

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THAT'S \ YOU "TO.u.mANI BIG America's .

\ < 1 REMEMBER. rim, MONEYSAVINGEVENT '61 FALCON TUDOR. A Falcon with stand- lowest-priced* ._.
NOU.: J WHAT WAS-IT? f and transmission averaged 32.6 mpg in
S the 1961 Mobilgas Economy Run-hfgh 6-passenger sedan!
/ a gas mileage by a.6- or 8-cylinder car in t
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