The Flagler tribune
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 Material Information
Title: The Flagler tribune
Physical Description: Newspaper
Language: English
Publisher: s.n.
Place of Publication: Bunnell Fla
Creation Date: May 4, 1961
Publication Date: -1981
Frequency: weekly
Subjects / Keywords: Newspapers -- Bunnell (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Flagler County (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Genre: newspaper   ( marcgt )
newspaper   ( sobekcm )
Spatial Coverage: United States -- Florida -- Flagler -- Bunnell
Coordinates: 29.4675 x -81.256944 ( Place of Publication )
Dates or Sequential Designation: Began in 1917?
Dates or Sequential Designation: -69th year, no. 36 (Sept. 3, 1981).
General Note: Mrs. M.B. Fuller, editor.
General Note: Description based on: Vol. 43, no. 20 (June 2, 1955).
Funding: Funded by NEH in support of the National Digital Newspaper Project (NDNP), NEH Award Number: PJ-50006-05
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Source Institution: University of Florida
Holding Location: University of Florida
Rights Management: All rights reserved. Board of Trustees of the University of Florida
Resource Identifier: aleph - 001024369
oclc - 33425664
notis - AFA6237
lccn - sn 95047251
System ID: UF00079914:00227
 Related Items
Preceded by: St. Johns tribune
Succeeded by: Palm Coast news
Succeeded by: Flagler/Palm Coast news-tribune

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!I'j'j' .Howard EinerySeriously I.Enlists Charles in Trad U. S. -Methodist- HoldA I I Foster Mrs. Dorotha To Speak I City ; Enforce I II

Marine Airforce Fish Fry At.I r To Rotary Club
L I I Dog Licensing I II
Charles Trad, son of Mr.' and :Mrs. Dorotha Foster, Guidance
I Mrs. Louis Trad of Bunnell, left I I Beach I Counselor and Acting Dean of II
Now Book
InjuredHoward Saturday Law
last week for Pensacola where I Students of the Daytona Beach I on

i he enlisted in the U.S. Marine "Junior College, will be the guest
Emery, 14-yearoldson I Airforce. The Methodist Church of Flag- =speaker at the Rotary Club of I The City Commissioners voted i it

of :Mr. and Mrs.. Harold'Emery Charles is a graduate of the ler Beach is sponsoring a Fish I I Bunnell today. She will speak t at their meeting Monday night I II
of Espanola, is in St. Vin- Bunnell High School and has Fry on Saturday afternoon on }I to the club on the National Defense to build a dog pound on city
cent's Hospital in Jacksonville attended the Junior Collge in the site of the New Church on ? Education Act's matching property and to enforce the stray j

receiving treatment for severe Daytona Beach for the past two Flagler Avenue and 21st Street. scholarship funds which are be- dog ordinance. They have made
head injuries received in an automobile -.years. I Serving will begin at four o' I ing sought for Junior College arrangements with a veterinarian -

accident Monday aft- clock and continue until dark, Students and to which the Ro :* to be in Bunnell .on May

ernoon. Mrs. Foster members of the committee said. tary' Club of Bunnell has been 19th to vaccinate dogs.They .

r. Reports at press time said he The public is invited to attend. asked to contribute along with also voted to advertise

.. is showing some improvement CounselingWith The Methodist Men's Club is other Rotary Clubs in Volusia I for bids for a two-way tran-
but he has not%regained con- I J. C. Bound SeniorsMrs. 'sponsoring the Fish Fry for the County. sistor mobile unit for cab mountto

sciouness. His condition is still Dorotha Foster, Guidance ( benefit of the Church Building The Rotary Club luncheon be installed on a city truck.
I I meeting will be held at 12:30 Also asked for bids on 25,000 to .
critical, it is reported. Counselor and Acting Dean of Fund. The Women of the Wom
His sister, Beverly Emery, who Students of the Daytona Beach I an's Society of Christian Service I P. M. 'at the Masonic Hall. 35,000 gallons of cutback oil to

was driving the car at the timeof II I I Junior College is in Bunnell this .will prepare and serve the veg- be used in paving streets.
the accident, is. a patient in week counseling with Junior ,etables. A free will offering will (Annual Achievement The commission voted approval
. the Flagler Clinic and Hospital I College-bound Seniors of the be appreciated by the committee. contributed $175 to the Softball -

receiving treatment for painful I Bunnell High Class of 1961. I Testing Program! League for their summer I
injuries and shock. Mrs. Foster was here seyeral program.
t The ground breaking ceremony The commission has
\5. weeks to administer en- I engaged
ago Is
for the New Church will Completed Chet Ruggles to begin the workof
t trance examinations to these "
Baptist Church I be held the afternoon. I ,
r I Seniors. On Monday and Thurs- < The annual achievement test taking out the stage in the
Invites Public To'Special .I day of this week she is counsel- j I ing program in the schools of I Community Building in preparation

ProgramDr. ing with these students about !! "Rebels" Lose !I Flagler County was 'completed I for remodeling that ,area
their performance on their en- r !!on Tuesday of this week. into a dining room. It is expected -
P. A. Sperber (M.D.) and work will this
Schools were scheduled for begin
trance tests and also scheduling'
William M. Tyler, larangecton1st Close Game I week.
classes for them for the first II' testing as follows: Flagler Beach
composing a part of the -
semester of the 1961.62 school Elementary School April 24 and
Anti-Smoking Team of the Educational year. SaturdayThe 25; Bunnell Elementary, Junior ''Five Entrants

Evangelistic Founda- Of the 18 members of the classof High, and Senior High Schoolson
tion, Inc., will speak in the First and April '
Thursday Friday
1961 10 are present planningto "Rebels," Flagler's Babe I Received For
Church, at the 8 o'clock
Baptist 27 and 28. Carver Elementary,
enter the Daytona Beach Ruth Baseball team, lost a
worship service Sunday evening, Junior High and Senior High
Junior College in September.This .
tough one in their league game Beauty Contest
7.Their. I
May, early registration Schools on Monday and Tues-
pro- I I Saturday against Ormond Beach
.. topic will .be cigarette ]I:cedure is one phase of the Federal and: Loan, 5 to 4. Even ,day, May 1st and 2nd. I Sam Malphurs said today he
smoking and its effects on the I Guidance Program of Flagler in losing the boys displayed a The Metropolitan Achievement .has received five entrants for
County. Series were used in grades one I the Miss Florida East Coast Contest
i. human body from a medical fine team effort against the sec-
-- standpoint i and from human'ex I end. place -t am' "and had the through nine., The Essential which will. be: held duringthe
r' perience. Assisting them will be Eulene Brock tying run oh second base when High School Content Achievement Flagler Beach July 4 cele
I Tests were used in gradesten bration. Several others have
requested -
soloist for the final
Mrs. Mary Coons, For out was made.
Accepted I
and eleven.
forms for
the organization, who will be Stuart Rockett pitched his first
Nursing TrainingMiss I I I The purpose of the achieve- their contestants.
Jack Jones.
accompanied by I game for the "Rebels" and allowed -
ment tests is to check the aca Those who have entered so
This team has spoken to the i Eulene Brock, a Senior at but 3 hits, while '"Cotton" f
II demic'progress of students in far are Miss Orlando, Miss
Mainland High School student I I'I Bunnell High School, has been I I May hit an inside-the-park
the various fields of study suchas Ocala, Miss Jacksonville, Miss
body and several of the churches I accepted for Nursing Training at homerun. Showing typical spirit I
: reading, spelling, arithmetic, Union Park, and Miss Volusia
in the Halifax area. Grady Memorial Hospital in Atlanta I Johnny Seale played the entire, higher mathematics, English, County.Mr. .

I The public 'is cordially invited I ,. Georgia. game with his arm in a cast science. and social studies. Per : Malphurs also said he
to hear this interesting program.. :Miss Brock went to Atlanta !to the elbow.
I formance on! these tests can then 1 had made arrangements, for the
t I I recently for a personal interview I The team would like to take I be compared to national normsor contestants and the planning

V'I Mrs. I and testing. I I this opportunity to acknowledgea I standards. This is advantageous II committees to appear on WESH-.

( I Grady Memorial Hospital has donation from Lehigh Cement I both for evaluating the academic -|TV, channel 2; WAXT-TV, channel -
'' Dies Following recently moved into its new 'I I I'Company: for their league support progress of the student j 4; and WBDO-TV, channel
I and one-half million I
seven dollar I
I I and for aiding the Little and for the evaluation of the]16 I in Orlando between now and
Short IllnessMrs. plant in downtown Atlanta League team also. I over-all instructional program. the contest.Gas0Rama.
I and is now one of'the largest I Theboys also want to thank The tests were administer, I -

Fannie Deen Taylor of general hospitals in the South. Rose Eberhardinger, Susie Abbott and in some grades scored by 1I .
Baxley, Georgia, sister of \V. H. Miss Brock is presently em-. and Beryl Gray for sewing the classroom teachers. In Party
of Bunnell ployed at the Flagler Hospitaland all the numbers and letterson five
Deem passed awayin grades through eleven tests
a hospital there early Sun- Clinic during after-school the 15 uniforms. will. be machine scored. j I Poses Fun On Beach

day morning after a short ill hours.and plans to continue this The next game is this Saturday John A. Cannon, Guidance : "Peanuts
and chewing
popcorn -
ness. She was 77 years of age. work through the summer at 3:30 against Thompson's coordinator for Flagler County
:Mrs. Taylor had been a life- months after which she will enter I Pharmacy in Ormond Beach., who is directly responsible for -candy atmosphere will prevail -
Saturday, May 6th at Mike
the Grady School of Nursing I
long resident of Baxley and had I I the testing program of the Sullivan's Gulf Station," says
been a member of the :Methodist in September. county stated: "A very high degree -
Lyman Gage Speaks Pal Parker, president of the
Church there for 60 years. of Validity is anticipatedin FlaglerBeach Area Business
Funeral services were held at Former Resident these tests as a result of the
To The Rotary Club, for their drive for bene:
four o'clock there Monday aft splendid cooperation received fits for developing better busI-
from the :Methodist I from teachers, school administrators
ernoon Lee Davis Passes
Club of BunnellLyman ness, beauty, and liveability
Church. Interment followed in and students. there. -

: the family cemetery there. Away ThursdayFuneral Gage, representing the The Club treasury will derive
Mrs Taylor is survived by East Flagler Mosquito Control Flagler Beach benfit of 4 cents per gallon on
three daughters, Mrs. C. L. Sum-, services held in
were District, was the guest speakerat
..' Six Grade every one pumped during the
merall, Mrs. Wade Sellers, and Inverness, Florida, Saturday afternoon the meeting of the Rotary day through the cooperation of
Mrs Howard Branch, all of Bax for Lee Davis, former Club of Bunnell on Thursday, Goes Visiting ;I I The Cunningham Oil and Mike

ley; one brother, \V.H. Deen of I Flagler County resident. Inter April 27th. The 6th grade of, the Flagler i j Sullivan. Tickets for $3.00, and
Bunnell; one sister, Mrs. J. C. ment followed in Floral City. Mr. Gage was introduced by Beach Elementary School visited I!II $1.50 each for gas paid in advance
Waters Waycross, Ga.; one :Mr. Davis was born in Flagler Vice President Coy Harris who the 7th grades of the Bunnell'' will be accepted at this

granddaughter, two great-grand County and lived here many presided in the absence of President High School Monday, May station al day. A ticketdropwill
children,and a number of neices years before going to Floral Louis Steflik. 1961. According to W. E. 1'1 I be used to draw cash prizes.,

and nephews. City to reside. He died in the Mr. Gage related to the club nell Jr., principal, the purposeof j "The beauty contestants will .assist
University Hospital in Gainesville the organizational history of the the vis!twas. to familiarizethe I I enlivening the gala occasion

ATTENDS FUNERALIN Thursday following. a long East Flagler .:Mosquito Control students with the junior I ; Also members of the
BAXLEY GA. illness.} He was 75 years of age. i District and went on to point High School routine, which is Businessmen's Club'will be present
Those from Bunnell who were He is survived by his wife of out the outstanding' achievements quite a change from being in voluntarily to help pump

in Baxley, Ga., Monday for the Floral City; two daughters, Mrs. of this organization.A the same room with the same gas, wipe windshields and greet

funeral of Mrs. Fannie Deen Kathleen Spooner and Mrs. Le- number. guests were. pres- .teacher the entire school day. the public," commented George
Taylor were Mr. and Mrs. D. D. ota Black, Floral City; one son, ent including Mrs. Frances" Ed- The visiting students went Moody, vice president; to make

Moody, Miss lona Moody, Mrs. Harold Davis, Floral City. monson and C. B. Eisenbach.,through the usual school routine music and a joyous noise, TV-

Zack Holland, and l1rs.V.. W. J II Also surviving are five sisters, Mr. Eisenbach was presentedwith I including lunch In; the Bob Henderson, advertising director -

Deen. I Mrs. Daisy Buckles, Mrs. Nita I a certificate of ommendatlon cafeteria and physical education will assist in the motor

I Akins, and Mrs. Grace Kinney by Dewey Moody, Chairmanof period. parade for advance ticket sales;
Value of turf grass in Florida, of Bunnell; Mrs Mary Rushingand I I the Flagler County Blood The 6th Grade will graduatefrom booths will be established in

including .home lawns, golf Mrs. Jane Williams of East I 1 Bank I for having given a gallon the Flagler Beach Ele- prominent shopping places,
courses, and industrial landscaping I Palatka; one brother, Harry 1.i of blood to the blood pro- : mentary School on May 29th'. "manned" by the Men's shad

exceeds $300,000,000. 1 Davis of Salt Springs. ,: gram. The public is invited. ows, their wives.v' .



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I Mrs.. Joe Kiley and-son, Jim- IX THE CIRCUIT COURT OP i
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my, of>.Quebec-Cityj Canada*are IX..ClIANCRRY-'4235 ,' '. *"*
spending some; here with Plaintiff.KATHEMNES"BAKER I.
her parents;,:MR and :Mrs: Louis

(Continued from Page 5) Trad They were accompaniedhere Defendant.: '

; by Mr. Kiley who spent NOTICE TO DEFEND I'i
; ElectHonored FLORIDA :
several days here before flying Katherine Baker I
At A back to Canada. 432 W. Belmont. Apt. 402 :
( ) I Chicago 14. Illinois f'.
' I' By Leslie Pache Coffee You are hereby notified that a ,
Party suit has been filed against you in ; i

CITY SUMMER SOFTBALLI with 165 and Leo 'Kittrell 163. I Bride-elect. Sandra Deen Marilyn Christopher, who is the are hereby above entitled required cause to file; your and you an- n\
1 was attending the school in Orlando, swer with the Clerk of this Court, 1,
attended the city commission Leo Kittrell led the league honored with a coffee at the and to serve a copy thereof upon
i!I spent the past weekend here the plaintiff or plaintiffs attorney
with in 3 series I
a high a -game Blakely Home 311 North Pine whose
meeting Monday. After : with her mother and sister name and address is:
of 622. Pete Dzioba 588 and Dowda aad Millican
giving them an outline of our Street, Thursday morning. Hostesses Mrs. Martell Hunter and Carol 413 Lemon Street I
Softball the city Melvin Hull 566. Pete Dzioba I were Mrs. Lee Blakelyand Palatka. Floridanot
program, approved
Christopher. later than May 26th. A. D.. 1961.
had 230 for Melvin
1-game high -
and donated$175 for the Mrs. Edith Allen. --- If you fail to do so. decree pro

: softball league. As president of Hull 226, and Don Shaw I Mrs. Blakely gift to the FLAGLER IN TUB CIRCUIT COUNTY,COURT FLORIDA OF you confesso for the will relief be demanded entered against in the.

_ the league, I know all the boysof 225. Kittrell, Geiling and Good- bride was 'a cocktail set which IN CIIANCKRY NO. 4231 bill of complaint. The nature of
raid suit being for divorce.
win bowled in 99. CROWLEY FLOYD HAMMOND.
the league appreciate it, and every game was given to her as a weddinggift Plaintiff, WITNESS my hand and seal of ,

, we are going to try to give the Final Team Standingswon thirty years ago The PINKIE T. vs. A.said D. Court 1961.Official this 24th day of April,

} people of the county the best lost % Blakelys and, the Deens have HAMMOND.Defendant.. ( Seal) E. A. SMYTHE. r I
Clerk of said Circuit Court
ball possible this coming sea- Truck Shop ,,, 79% 52% .602 been next door neighbors sinceSandra's THE STATE NOTICE OF TO FLORIDA DEFEND TO: April 27 & May 4-1l-18-4tc ,
Quarry 68 64.515 early childhood. Mrs. Pinkie T. Hammond -- -
Fair Bluff North Carolina ,
son.We will be holding a softball Maintenance 67% 64% .511 Allen's gift to her was a cocktail You are hereby notified that a FLACiLER COUNTY, FLORIDA, I
suit has been filed against in
Office 65 66 .495 you
% % shaker. EDITH
< meeting of the managers and the above entitled cause; and you MALONEYPlaintiff
t sponsors Wednesday< night to Trop. Trans. 63 69 .477 Present were Mrs. R. VV. Deen, are hereby required to file your an-
swer with the Clerk of this Court vs.
r make rules for governing the Foremen 52% 79% .398 Jr., mother of the bride; Mrs.E. and to serve a copy thereof upon THOMAS MATTHEW :MALONEY

league. So far we are sure of INDIVIDUAL AVERAGESPin S. Morris, grandmother of the the whose plaintiff name and or plaintiffs address Is attorney: NOTICE TO DEFEND Defendant.

having the Wadsworth LumberCo. Games Avrg. bride; and :Mrs. Charles Cowart, 800 Ray Main Selden Street THE STATE Thomas OF:Matthew FLORIDA Maloney TO:

., managed by Cliff Sheffield; Dzioba 16662 96 173-54 sister of the bride. Mrs. R. A. Daytona Beach. Floridanot Residence Unknown

the Harris Appliance and the Hull 15880 96 165-40 Powell, Mrs. A. B. Johnston, If later you than fall to May do 19th.so. decree A. D. 1961.pro suit You has are been hereby filed notified against you that in a .i

Flagler Hospital, managed and Kittrell 16175 99 163.38 Mrs. W. W. Deen, llrs.Valter confesso will be entered against the above entitled cause; and you .
are hereby required to file
you ,for the relief demanded in the your an-
coached by Hutch King and Macewicz 14261 90 158-41 Cody, Mrs. Dean Holland, Mrs. bill of complaint. The nature of I swer with the Clerk of this Court

Leslie Z. Pache. Buccini 14674: 93 15773I W. L. Spicer, Jr., Mrs. Nita Hay- .said WITNESS suit being my hand for divorce.and seal of the and plaintiff to serve or a plaintiff's copy thereof attorney upon,

I wood Mrs. Atkinson and said Court this 13th day of AprilA. whose name and address is:
Teams have started practice ]I Robbie 14751 96 153.63 Harry Ray Selden
I I D. 1961.Ofilcial .
and the opening day schedule Rockett 9121 60 152-1 Mrs. Frances Mercer. I ( Seal) E. A. SMYTHE 800 Main Street

will be decided at the meeting. I(I Burks 13162 87 151 25 April 20-27 Clerk& of May said 4-11-4tc Circuit Court not later Daytona than May Beach.26th Florida A. D.. 1961. \

Also Foremost Dairies will give ![Oetinger 12995 86 150-55 Mrs. Mary Miller is spendingsome t ORDER OF PUBLICATION confesso If you fail will to be;do entered so. decree againstyou pro \

a half-gallon of ice cream for 1 I r McCain 13065 87 150-25 time at her home here IN CIRCUIT COURT OF THE for the relief demanded in the ''s
home : A will Mercer 13476 after an extended visit in Hast I SEVENTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT bill of complaint. The nature of t
every run. trophy 90 149-66 IN AND FOR FLAGLER COUNTY said sdit being for divorce.

be given to the champions, the R. Schatz 12499 84 148.57 ings with Mrs. Graham Lee. NOTICE. FLORIDA.OF SUITS IN CHANCERY.CHANCERY said WITNESS Court this my 21st hand day and of seal AprilA. of

best pitcher, best batter, and'the MacMichaeL] 14199 96 147.87 NO. 4232. D. 1961.Official ,
Osteen 10481 84 124-65
best sportsman. Also a med Davis 5663 39 145.8 Plaintiff Clerk of said Circuit Court

< al for each player on the winning J. Schatz 10418 72 144-50 Lehr 7855 63 124.43 VIRGINIA DORIS vs. CULVER 'I' April 27 & May 4-11-18-4tc3fflagiPr
team. We will also try to McNitt 7315 51 143:22 l\IcDaniels 6708 54 124-t2 Defendant.IN .

have a banquet at *the end of Ceiling 14064 99 142-6 Green 10149 84 120-69 OF FLORIDA THE NAME: OF THE STATE, wlJl' ilribunr! I '

the year-If we have a success- Smith 127302 '90 141-40 Galloway' 6700 57 11731 TO Residence: VIRGINIA Address DORIS: Unknown CULVER I (

ful year.I Abbott 10221 72 141-69 O'Neill 1145 12 95.2RJR You are hereby required to file your BUNNELL FLORIDA

have five umpires lined up West 9770* 69 141-41 answer Court to with the Bill the of Clerk Complaint of filed this
and a few scorekeepers. We will Goodwin 13880 99 140-20 herein against you in the above MRS. M. B.
entitled cause on or before the FULLER
know after Wednesday night if Juengling 10132 72 140-52 19th day of May. A. D. 1961 and

, Flagler Beach wilt sponsor a Shaw 6548 47 139-15 serve rence W.a copy Borns.thereof Esquire upon plaintiff's Law- Designated Official Publicationfor

team as they are holding a Mygrant 4175 30 139.5 RU S attorney 416 Seabreeze herein Boulevard whose address Daytona is Public Notice of Plaster

meeting tonight and will let us Vaughn 5349 39 137-6 Beach Florida. "The Flagler Tri County Municipalities therein

know for sure. They are expect- 'Johnston 9038 66 136- 2 newspaper bune" is hereby in which designated this as order the and the State of Florida

ing to put but a top team this II'Kendall 9763 72 135.43 I 4 shall consecutive be published weeks.once a week HEREIN for ,

year. This.will be all until next Lemacks 8132 60 135-32 FAIL NOT OR A DECREE PRO Entered a* second class matter

week. !Lovell 10395 78 133.21. I AGAINST CONFESSO YOU WILL FOR BE SUCH ENTERED FAIL I February 6.iota,at the postofflce

The Lehigh Men's League fin Nipper 8820 66 133.42 Prompt Service URE.
The nature of this suit is a bill at Ilnnnell Florida, under act .l
ished their bowling season Fri. Durrance 3594 27 133-3 PLACE YOUR ORDER WITH US for divorce. I March 3, 1870. ,
day night. The Truck Shop is ,Cercy 7976 60 132-46 WITNESS my hand and seal at i
The TribunePhone I Bunnell. Flagler County. Florida i I
the champions. Pete Dzioba led I} Fielder 8490 66 128.40 Flagler this 13th day of April. A. D 1961. One year.., .$%.50
(Official Seal) F. A. SMYTHEAs
the bowlers with a 173 average. I' Schilkofski 8402 66 127-20 IDlewood 7-3282 'I Clerk Circuit Court II aiz months ___. .11.25
Melvin Hull came in second Haigh '4547 36 126-9 BunnelL Florida April 20-27 Flagler& May County.4-1l-4tc Florida f

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Service Station I CL 3-8113 : PHILLIPS 66 GAS & OILS Match and mix any color J
STANDARD OIL PRODUCTS DAYTONA BEACHQuillian's Delivery in the County on Supplies Kitchenware 4
Tires Batteries Minor Repairs Fuel Oil; Kerosene, Tractor Fue2 -
-Bunnell ID- 7-7119 Open Under New ManagementCome Concrete, Inc. GasolineU. AIA Ormond Beach CL 2.0420 ,,

s i In and Get AcquaintedOcean DRUG STORES 1 N. Bunnell ID 7-3676 JEWELER \

Biddle Gulf ServiceGASOILLUBRICATION Blvd AlA Flagler, Beach

Anderson Drug Store FLOOR COVERING t O. F. BEACH

Tilecraft Company"LET Elgin Watches-Diamonds
7 A.M.-10 P.M.-7 Days HOTEL BAR Sick Room Supplies
State & Lambert ITS 1-ID 7-7190 Sundries I US FLOOR YOU" Exceptional Gifts
"The Meeting Placeof BUNNELL Armstrong & Kentile Watch RepairsEngravingI

Colonial Service StationEARL Flagler County""Jim Sold and InstalledAll 46 TV. Granada Ormond Beach
I .OR 7-2384
E.: RICE ProprietorGASOILLUBRICATION and Yvonne Serving" Moody's PharmacyFlagler Work Guaranteed
Ormond Beach OR 7.3181
County's Corner Drug store BADloTELEVISIONPAUL'S
& TV
BOTTLE. BULK FOUNTAIN SERVICE Ormond Bedding and Atenna Sales & Installations

Sullivan's Gulf Service FLAGLER COUNTY'S ONLY BunnelL Fla. Phone ID 7-3661 Furniture Co. Authorized Sales RCA Victor

GULF HOME OWNED GAS COMPANY Substantial Discounts on AllBEDSSOFASFURNITURE AVe repair all other TV&; Radio set
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ID 7-3551
PHONE $10 Tradeln Covers Down PaymentR.
TIRES-TUDES-ACCESSORIES Beach Information Help Flagler County Grow PHARMACY: S. ROBENBERRY, Owner Ormond Beach OR 7-2852 .

Specializing Clean Hest in Rooms"In Service and By Shopping at Home Sick Room SuppliesSundries24Hour I I I69 Granada Ormond Beb. OR 7-6411 NURSERY .
The Heart of Flagler Beach BUILDING SUPPLIES Prescription
Free Delivery in Flagler Beach GARDEN SHOPGray's I -

AUTO REPAIRS WICKLINE I ORMOND Rt. AlA BEACH-TeL 1 mi. North OR of 7-1661 Garden Center Wagon Wheel Nursery
Shade Trees, Potted
EDGAR'S GARAGE Headquarter for Gardening Need. Plants
Building Supplies Thompson PharmacyYour Ceramics. Gifts. Dry Arrangement I Shrubs
24-Hour Towing Service Materials
1,000 plants free; one with
CEMENT CEMENT BLOCKS Health Is Wealth every
COMPLETE AUTO REPAIRS Annuals Shrubbery Fertilizers dollar you spend. Thousands of
STEEL Put YourPRESCRIPTIONS MOWERS verities at reduced prices. Best In
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Wheel Balancing-Front End Flagler Beach ,- HE 9.2254 147 Tomoka Avenue-Ph. OR 7-051' 548 S. U.S. 1 Ham, Ormond Beach
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;Thursday,:May 4, ,1961 ,,_ ':THE: FLAGLER :TRIBUNE,. BUNNELL,FLORIDA _.. _. J PAGE.SEVEtv.

house guests of'his' brother and Mr. and Mrs. Robert Read Description .. s :r R A' ---vTaxe* Jt Costa
: n 1 TOWN OF "'BUNNELL.Lot '" '
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sister in law, Mr. and Mrs- from Gainesville spent the week- 10 Block 21 _- Hancoxx, SUP Deweea 31.95 ,
V.Jeach 4: Lots Block 91 : Harris.i L. L. Jr. &
.J-Cagler end in their beach home here. 1112 .. .
Clarence Shultz. During their Louise ...._.,,... 3.39
i Florida visit both couples en- 1 Lots 11-12 Block 93 'Davis,, 'Eliza '& Emanuel

Continued, tram Page 4 II Hazer ._.._ _.. 7i6
!joyed sightseeing trip to Key Blocks 102-103-113-114 Cobb. H. S. & Wilda ... 34.18.
E. L. Hart left Wednesday for Lot 1 Block 123 k Brown. Nathan & Willie -
!.WILLIAM E. FENNELL 3rd West for a few days. 3.3'
Anniston Ala. train to visit
Lot 3 Block 129 _.-_ Stephenson. Lula _._.. 9.59>
;Mr. and Mrs. William E. Fen- his mother, Mrs. Ida Hart Wil- Lot 1 Block 130 __. Davis. Fred & Eliza .... 9.St
Lots 3-4 Block 131 Paramore. Emily. Es-
congratula-tions STORK SHOWER THURSDAY kins. He plans to remain until tate ___ 7.86
Block 139-140 ... C'. Cobb Hoke & Wilda 20.7
I Mrs. William E. Fennell, Jr. she leaves to come to her home Blocks 141-149-150

29th in the Halifax Hospital in was honored on Thursday evening here for the summer and make cept R/W of US Hwy ex- rq.< ...

& SR No. 100 Cobb. Hoke & Wilda 167.08
Daytona Beach. His weight was I
at the school building witha the trip back with her. NE 55' of lots 3-4-5-6

' 6 pounds, 5 oz. and they named stork shower & all lots '1-8-9-10.r
by of .
I Fen- group block 151 Cobb. H. S. & Wilda 21.77.
him William E. 3rd. Mrs. \ -
her friends. Twenty guests were The NE 55 of SE 35'of
nell and 'little son returned to TAILOR ANTS lot 3 _Block 157 Buckles.. Leroy &: Carol 77.15
present NE .%6. lots 3-4 except
their home here on Tuesday. Tailor ants, which make nests book 26 page 42 I "

The serving table was sur- of leaves bound with silk block 161 Shaw Flora __ 2.77
Lot 7 Block 161 Pouncey, J. F. & Elizabeth -
:Mr. and Mrs. Melville Shultzof rounded by rambling roses and threads, are ''among ,nature's I 'a' .10.09
Lot 8 Block 161 __ Nelson. Louis & Mary 2.89
Shipman, Illinois, have been white lillies. There was an an- most ingenious builders.To draw Lots 4-5-8-9 less R/W u

US No. 1 block 166 Hall. Thomas B. 10.09
tique cradle holding gifts 'for foliage together for sewing, .
Lot 3 except R/W US .
the honoree and a large stork worker ants line the edge of one 1 block 167 __ Ezell. Italian ._..___ 12.33

CLASSmDADS! standing'near. Punch and fancy leaf and grip an adjoining one Lots R/W 10-11-12 US No. 1 except block .

cakes were served. v with their mandibles. Other 167 ._ _..-._..... Halifax Oil Co. __ 8.36
I Lot 2 block 168 Kennedy Mary_ 11.83
Appropriate games were played workers rush forward, each withan Lot 5 block 169 Johnson Lillie Mae 14.06

and prize winners were Mrs. ant larva in its jaws. The SW book 95' lot 27 11 page except 60 .

Fennell, Mrs. Kay Robinson, grubs exude threads of sticky block 173 Chambers F.J. & Margaret -
____ 3.27
Listings under this heading are I '. '
3 cents per word each Insertion* Mrs. Jim Moore and Mrs. Jean- silk that binds the leaves to- Lots 1-2-3-4-5-6 & SW _., .
75 cents Is minimum charge. 95 lots 7891011IIt
ette Owens. gether.NOTICE. 12 block 179 _. Cobb Hoke & Wilda __ 28.48

FOR German Lots 9-10-11-12 block 't'
---- 199 : __- Sheffield L. S. Jr. ,._.... 7.86.
Shepherd, AKC registered, phone Frac lots- block Bunnell Dev. Co. .88
1 Tract 11 except book .
HE 92258. 5.4.2tc .
56 page 262 & book
57 page 191 ___ 10 12 30 '1.66 Brannam F. L. __.. 2.21S
SALE-16 cu. ft. International Notice is hereby given that the following described lands or so much % lot 5 block J Lake
thereof as will be necessary to pay the amount due for taxes hereinset Terrace Sub '. _.... Capitaneious Geo. ___ 2.27
-Harvester Deep Freeze, opposite same together with cost of such sale and advertising LINCOLN HEIGHTS SUB
will be sold at public auction on the first day of June 1961 at the Lot 9 block 4 __.' Miles."Gladys -_ 1.21
good condition. HE '92359. 5.41tc office of the City Tax Collector in the Community Center Buildiing Lots 2-3 block 5 .....V. Warren Lula & Teresa
beginning at 10:00 o'clock A. M., in the City of Bunnell. Flagler County & Osborne Jeanette 7.86
WANTED-Recreational directorfor Florida. Lot 9 blk 5 Crufford. Steve & Vern-
( ell...--TJ.---.. .._._. 14.56
Flagler Recreational Center, Lot 1, Block 59 Robert Parrish Jr. & Eve- CARVER SUB

lyn .___..... _.. .. ... .. ?__._ 1.70 Lots 12-13-14 blk 1 Underwood. Robert &
starting June 1st through August Lots 3-4. Block 65 J.V.. Cauley & Ellamae 18.00 Willie Mae 23.51

31st. Hours would be from All blocks 102-103 Elsie Davis & Hazel Emanuel Lots 7-8 blk 1 Johnson Issac & Viola 16.30
.___.__.._____ 3.95
1 to 6 P. M., with Wednesdaysoff. Lots 11-12 Block 93._ Hoke S. Cobb Wilda H & RUNNRLL HOMESITE SUB Charlie &
.___ Williams.
Lots 1-2 blk 1
Contact Mrs. Dick Mosby All Blocks Dalton H. __.._._.. 9.40 Lorche ........__.....__ 1.38
113-114 Hoke 9). Cobb Wilda H. &
Lot 14 blk 4 ______ Underwood Joe & Annie -
H. ____._.__..
Phone HE 9.2083 for further par- Lot 7. Block 116 Dalton 17.80 ..__._..______ 1.26
Jacob & _
ticulars. 4-27-2tc Lots 1-10-11-12. Block Epstein Theresa. 2.60 Tract 1 blk C _._____ 22 12 30 10 Tope J. L.Crabtreee. _. 1.99

Lo124 _, .. Riley King ____.._ 6.60 TOWN OF DUPONT
3. Block 129 __ Lula Stevens. __._........_.._..... 4.00 Lot 2 blk :58-fraction Mrs. Delora .76 I
FOR SALE-3 bedroom house In Lot 1, Block 130 __ Fred Davis & Eliza _.__ 4.00 Lot 1 blk 63 _.____ Brown. W. H. .76
in All Block 139 __ Hoke S. Cobb & Wilda H. 8.90 Lot 3 blk 82 __..__ Forton. Arthur __._ .76
Harbor Canal
Palm on FJag-: All block40' Hoke S. Cobb & Wilda H. 4.35 Lots 7-8 blk 83 Eberlein. Mary 'E. f..7676

ler Beach. Corner lot, hardwood All Block 141 ___ Hoke S.. Cobb & Wilda H. 20.10 Lot 5 blk 101 __._ Stenbeck' John _-__ .-
All Blocks 149-150 except Lot 10 blk 112 Ruggles. Irma ___ .76
floors, may GI loan. Call HE 9- ,R/W US No. 1 ? Hoke S. Cobb & Wilda H. Lots 11-12 blk 112 ..._. Crie. R. A. ..... .._. .._. .76
& Dalton _.__.__ 159.70 Lot 3 block 124 __ Crie Kelly B. .76
2303 or Johnston's Realty. I Lots 3 to 10 Inc. except Lots 5-6 blk 125 ____ Conner M. T. ____. '16
,420.4tc R/W US No. 1. Block Lots 9-10-11-12, blk 135 Abelman. Abe-estate .76
I 151 _. Hoke S. Cobb Wilda H. & Tract 5 ex. book 42-
i Dalton ....... 35.60 page 285 blk B _u' 2. 13 30 9 Ciaverella. A. .._..._. .. 2.27
AVAILABLE AT ONCE Rowleigh SE 35 ft. lot 3 except Lot 25 Dupont Estates .

business in Co. Good n/w US No. 1. Block Sub __,._.._.__.___ 38 10 31' 9.09 Marine Realty Co. __ 19.07
Flagler op 157 Leroy Buckles & Carolyn 57.50 Lot 31 Jose Park Sub Cockman. J. M. & Wilma -
portunity. Experience helpfulbut NE 25 ft. Lot 3 NE 25 .__.......___........___ 6.27
ft. of SE 20 ft. Lot \
not necessary. See C. D. Gall 4, Block 161 Flora Shaw 4.30 Lot 14 blk 4 Que-ess. Laboratories.Inc. .
Lot 7, Block 161 Finner. .Pouncey Elizabeth 2.18
R. 2, Box223, Palatka or write at -
._.. _._ 8.00 Lots 3-4-5 blk 15 1st
once. Rawleigh's Dept. FAD-360- Lot 8. Block 161 Mary Topsy Nelson & add to Artesia Sub Bevel, G. M. & Grace 31.87
Louis Nelson _.a......_ .8.00 South 2% acres of lot I
i 102, Memphis, Tenn. : Lot 10. Block 165 Chester Thomas & Rosa Lee 1.90 10 __ 26 11 31 2.50 Yarn. Claude G & :Mary 2.44Lots
Lot 3. Block 167 Italian Ezell ....._________ 14.50 3-4 block 6 Sun-
I April 13 & 27 & May 4-3tp Lot 2. Block 168 _. Mary Kennedy ___________ 21.50 rise Beach Sub Ogdin. Julia 4.99: 1
Frac. Lot 5. Block 169- Lillie Mae Johnson _... 18.00 Lot 5 block 6 Cochran
I FOR SALE-4 unit apartment Lots 1-2. Block 179 Hoke S. Cobb & Wilda H. 7.50 Place Sub __... Johns Theo & Helen 4.99
Lots 5-6. Block 179. Hoke S. Cobb & vWilda H. 7.50 Lots 2-3-14 block 7 "
house. Main St. Flagler Beach, Lots 34789101112. Cochran Place Sub .. Jones Florence 11.39
from Priced to block 179 __________ Hoke S. Cobb. Wilda H. & MODEL LAND CO. SUB .
1% blocks ocean. Dalton ..._..._ .._...-. ? ..... 41.10 Block lAall'except I
sell. C. Leslie Ginn, 421 LemonSt. Lot 7. Frac. Block 261 Unknown __".__ 1.20 book 20 page 173 & .
Lots 2-3 Block 2. Lin- \
., Palatka, EA 53534. coln Hts. __ Ed London &Lucy _..__.- 3.10 I 346 except book. 36. page Burnsed.. Ralph & Grace 4,71 I
-- --
Lots 1-2 Block 1. Bun- Part of block lA-book
April 13StpTRADE Homesites _________ Charlie Williams & Larche .1.35 36-page 346 Burnsed Ralph & Ursula I
Lots 12-13-14. Block 1. Robert Underwood & Willie ,.. 3.51''VIIISPRRING
OR SELL-equity of 3. Carver Sub _______ Mae _-, 2.05 I r.u.Lot --
bedroom home, 2 bath, Florida I NANCY C. RODGERS. City Tax Collector. City of Bunnell Florida Lot 6 block 2 ---- ... Powers J. R. ....... 2.89 '
May 4-11-18-25-4tc
room, 2 car garage and work -- I Lot 10 block 5 Kendall. EdnaKrazanowski '_' 67.2ft cLot

shop two old on 92 ft. 22 block 24 __..... Helen .. 3.21 {
years ,
Lots 7-8-10 block 33 _t Davis AJonzo W. et al 54.40 I
waterfront lot in Venice Park for NOTICENotice i Lot 6 block 3* ___ Raiford. Baldwin &Annette -
__. 3.71
smaller home. See Emil Huber, is hereby given that the following described lands will be Lots 4-5 block 40 _', McFarland M. L. & Irma 5.77

builder, Flagler Beach. sold at public auction at 12 o'oclocknoon on the 1st day of, June A. D. All block 4,1 _--..:...._ r Brantley Verney & j
1961. at the front door of the Flagler County Courthouse in Bunnell. Ann _......____.____ 6.27
3.30-Tf Flagler County Florida to pay the amount due for taxes herein set 9 block 42 _._ Parker. Pal Jr. & Vlrt -
-- opposite the same together with all cost of such sale and advertising gina .....--- 3.07 :
SEPTIC TANK R. G. MERCER, Tax Collector Flagler County Florida. Lots 5-6 block 43 Zalezzie. H. K.. 4.49
-cleaning reason Lots 13-14 block 43 .', Parker Pal Jr & Virginia ,

able rates. George Jarosz, PhoneID Description S T It A Taxes & Costs ._.......... 4.99
All Frac: _. __ 20 12 28 54 Ward Jake IV _n 7.36 Lot 1 block 47 .; Parker. Pal Sr ....?.,.._.. 49.28 .
7-3410 3.2' to 8-24-tp All Frac __- 21 12 28 14 Ward Jake P. __"n 2.44 Lot 16 block 47 Parker Pal & Irma 3.21 i
'V1h of SW3 2 12 29 80 Sheffield. 1... S. & Alma 67.72 Lot 15 block 47 Lenham. H. W. ...v 3.21
FOR SALE-Flagler Beach house SE1: 3 12 29 160 Sheffield. L. S. & Alma 119.22Tr Lots 10-11 block 54 Powers, V. J. & Mary 4.49 \
1 Block 12 37 12 29 20 Voss. M. _____.. 3.53 Lot 8 block 63' Flagler
partly furnished. Two bedrooms, Tr 2 Block 7 __. 20 12 29 10 Fenniman. Effie .Mae.. 1.99 Harbors Sub __. Sims. Hal M. & Virginia I
Tr 2 Block 8 ____ 21 12 29 20 Stiller Bernard _....... 3.33 -_._.._.___ 4.21
CCB, large lot, located on Pal- Block 16 All 21 12 29 40 Cobb D. H. 23.01 AMENDED SUII OF VENICEPARK ,

metto Ave. in Venice Park. Price Block 13 All _., ....... 22 12 29 40 Cobb D. H. 23.01 Lot 14 block 68 Johns. Theo &: Helen. 54.10
'rract 1 Block 14 22 12 29 20 Cobb. Hoke S. __ 11.83 'Lot 8 block 77 Koakela. Andrew &
$8,500.00. Call Ed Mathews, Tract 1 W6 Block 8 29 12 29 10 Eldrid e, F. F 1.99 Nina ,. ..._ ___._ 3.71
Gainesville FR 69064. Lot 21 Block 11 Fenneman. Mrs. Ella M .'76 Lots 1-2-3 block 2 Ebert. Edna __ 3.21
Dec 1-:Tf. Lot 30 Block 14 .Stiller B. .76 Block 9 except lots 1-2 Telvington Russell __ 2.57 i
Lot 38 Block 14 Hasien Arthur That part of E% of j!
Lot .9 Block 16 __ Stenbeck John .16 NEU not subdivided
FOR RENT furnished 2 bedroomone E% Block 10 32 12 29 20 Pellicer Lucille __.. 11.83 except the west 500' /'
Block 9 _, 32 12 29 40 Pelllcer" M. P. _.. 25.20 & except book 47 -.
bath house, Daytona Ave., Tract 2 except Road page 199 & book 41.

Flagler Beach. Completely ren R/W Block 1 ._. 33 12 29 20 Ramsey. H.J. & Ger- page 255 & except .
trude _. 4.33 book 53 page 280 13 12. 31 8 Upson. Ida _.- .. .._.. 5.67
ovated., 65.00' per month. Keys Block 2 except Road Book 53 page 280 _.. 13 12 31 10 Upson.R.C. & Dorothy 3.21
R/W 33 12 29 40 Ramsey. H.J. & Ger- FUQUAY SUB .
can be pIcked'up at Sullivan'sGuU trude ___ 7.02 Lot 14 block 3F __ Ross W. H. Sr. & Mabel 26.25
Station. Nov 10-tf All Block 7 33 12 29 40 Ramsey. H.J. & Gertrude Lot 16 block 10 Hunt. T. B. & Anna 23.69
___+ 6.52 Lots 9-24 block 19 Crews C. V. __ 59.52
Block 10 All __ 33 12 29 40 Cobb. H. S. & D. H. 6.24 Lot 13_ block 24 Mai rer, Rosa 11. 3.21
FOR RENT on the ocean 1 and Block 12 All .._...._....._. 33 12 29 40 Pellicer.. P. & Anna 25.20 Lot. 22-23-24 block 25 Ginn C. L. 77.44
Block 15 AllS 33 12 29 40 Cobb. H. S. & D. H. ?? 6.02 Lots 1 to 24 Incl block .
2 bedroom apartments completely % Tract 1 & Tract 3 32 Klo ka. Olga .....__ 16.51
furnished utilities included. Block 6 36 12 29 20 Coppersmith. B. 3.83 Lots 1-2 block 34 Choeca. Amelia _____ 1.94
Block 4.All ________ 3 13 29 40 Pellicer. Claude J. & Lot 4 block 36 Sheeler. Bryce & Joanne -
Sensible rate day, week, month, :Mary': 23.51 1.04MORNINGSIDE
Tract 2 Block 1 4 13 29 20 Pellicer C. J. ___ 9.59 SUB r -\1
i or permanent. Sun Sea Motel All Block 2 4 13 29 40 Pellicer. Claude J. & Lot 25. block 3 .; Amen Alphonso &
formerly Flagler Manors Mary 12.33 I ___ 2.44
Book 51, Page 394. Lot 4, block 8 ",- Johnson P. L. & Doro- '
Block 4 ._ _.... ... 4 13 29 1 Smith. F. T. & Virginia 1.38 thy 2.44
| Block 8 All 4 13 29 40 Pellicer J. E. & Claude Lots 23-24. block 15 .. -- ;Heinrlcht.Emil & Geraldine -
J. 6.52 _
TT 2.44
FOR RENT-Unfurnished large Lots 15-16 ...-. _.......... 37 13 29 20 Kendall. George E. 11.83 Lot 3 block 33 __ .' l Zunno Evelyn _____ 1.04
bedroom apartment.Call Lots 51 to 62 incl except Lots 28-29 block 2 ,
garage 1 acre in lot 52 37 13 29 99 Kendall. George R. & Mobbs Sub Wilson. Helen 6.27
HE 9.2318, or see ZekE Edna : 44.13 ATLANTA BEACH SUB
Book 3 Page 341 part Lots 1 to 9 Incl. block 2 Woodhead James L.._ 35.21
Chaffee. 11-17-tf of SEU ......_... *.- 26 13 29 25 Kendall George & Edna 4.51 Lots 10 to 14 incl block
Book 9 Page 159 &. 2 Merwitizer Louis & Do- '
book 3. page 336 & 1 S Ian J. j>. Trustees _. 20.85
book 38 page 380. .. 36' 13 29 50 Kendall. George & Edna 24.01 Lots 1 to 12 & 16 to 20, F'> .
JOHNSON'SFLAGLER Lot 28 Baxley Subdivision I. Incl block ,-_ ., '._ Yerwl lzer. Louis & Do-
.. Torance Tom & Ruby 10.09 p &. Ian. J. D. Trustees 68.20
BEACH REALTY CO. Lot 5 Baxley Subdivision Lots 1 to 12 incl. & lots ft
I Thomas Pearl Lee __ 8.98 16-17-18-19-20 block 6 / Merwitizer Louis &:: Do- .
FRONT FARMS Lot '2 Block E Scott. Jane 7.36 Lots 10 to 14 incl.block
WATER Lot 6 Block E ----___ :... Wilson z. W. & Rosa_ 14.06 8 .. Merwitizer Louis & Do-
ACREAGE Lot 9. Block E __ i Jackson. Willie 7.36 Ian, J, D. Trustees __ 14.45
Lot 15 Block E .. v Favors. Hugh 4.01 Lots 1 to 12 & 16 to 20
..See us for your reel estate needs Lot 12. Block E Phillips. Louis 1.21 Incl. block 11 _____ \ .Merwitizer Louis & Do-
Office Phone HE 9-2242 Lot 13. Block E -.::-.. Toner. Helen M. 1.21 'lan. J.D. Trustees -r-.'. 11.89
Lot 3 Block F :. .._...... Thomas. Richard Jr. 2.32 Book 27 page 356. block
Residence Phones ID 7-3691 Lot 8-9 Block F Longwood Gaines & A Frac ... 8 13 31 3 Savage. Margaret H. 16.80
Alice 14.56 Lot 6 block 7 Flagler
or ID 7-3517 Tract 2 Block 1 9 12 30 20 Flagler Cattle Buyers Gardens Sub Birn. Anna 1.2C

: Ass. Inc ...- ......... .,.... 36.92 5-4-4tc R. G. MERCER. Tax Collector. Flagler County, Florida '


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1st; Mrs. Harry Treadwell, 2nd; F.uaLy' Charles Northrip and? Gigt
: Miss Emily Gage, 3rd. REUNION' I Stronghouse from Gainesville;

: Beac Group 8-Cacti and Subbu- stopped over on their return trip-
:; ria&lei* lents: I After spending last week in I I from Cocoa Saturday afternoon.Rex .
Tampa at the home her son and I I
I r .. .. 0 May Hendren, 1st; Mrs. J. 'daughter in law Rev. and Mrs.
Botterbusch 1st Mildred Mc-.
LUNA BABBITTTelephone ;, L. E. Watkins, Mrs. Ruth Wat- Springer of Mr. and
11 Riddy 2nd May Hendren 3rd
'. HEmlock 9.2098 ;, ; kins returned Friday accom- Mrs. Stanley Springer, enlisted
I and Marie Brede 1st
I ; panied by their sons, David and last week in the U.S. Airforce-
FLAGLER WOMAN'S FLAGLER BEACH 'i Group 9-Vines, Hanging Baskets -'Charles. 'She stayed withthe I I and has been assigned to the- ,

TCLUB NEWS I GARDEN CLUB Etc. boys in Tampa while they I Lackland Base in Texas.

... FLOWER SHOW Winners-1st, Florence made a trip to Washington, D.
A m successful year is The Flower. Show held Satur- Schwenk 2nd, Mickie Massie
; ; C. where Rev. Watkins attendeda
Mr. and Mrs. Peter Dzioba
1 quickly coming to an end and and in the Flagler '3rd Marie rede i
Sunday ,
day ;
conference. When .she came
and and ,
daughters, Sally Nancy,
when the last'program and social -
."t -meeting was held last Beach Recreation Center by the II I Group 10-Unusual Plants Not here Friday, they met her here from Ormond Beach were visit-
'[ Garden Club was consideredvery Listed Above: with other members of their
i Wednesday afternoon with Mrs. ing here Sunday with her moth-
successful. The judges I
Earl 'Thiel, first vice president, 'the list of winners gave: 1st, Clara Buteux; 2nd, Abbey family. I er, Mrs. Nettle Brusich.Mr. .
in charge. following Hansalpaker; 3rd, Elsie White; Her other sons with their l'
Title "No Place Like Flagler. .
Group 11 .Dish Gardens: families were Mr. and Mrs. Ed- and Mrs. A. O. Brantley
"Wonders of Sections 1 and 2 artistic
Colored films arrangements -
on v 1st, Hannah Vogel; 2nd, Mickie sel E. Watkins with their daughter made a business trip to Ocala.
Southern Woodlands" were! : Massie; : Brenda Joyce from Carlo, Friday.
shown John C Calhoun and'.Cadls Class 1 "Our Churches" first
by ,
Group 13-Home Grown Veg- Ga., Mr. and Mrs. Joe Grady
of the Hudson Sarah 'Martel 2nd Elsie White
McLeod ; ;
etables Watkins with their'
: daughter Mrs. Gerry Barker and her twoI -
Pulp and Paper Co., of Palatka. 3rd, Leola Jones; honorable 1st, 2nd and 3rd, Virgil Hoov- Peggy Joe from New Smyrna, children, Kathy and John, Jr.,
The growth and the many uses, mention, Ann Batten. I I
and Mr. and Mrs. Horace H. moved to Hillcrest this week.
of pulp wood was most Interest- Class 2 -"Our Farmers." er.Section
5-School Children. Watkins of Jacksonvill aeccom-
ing. A .question and answer 1st, Esther Juengling; 2nd, Winners: 1st, Barbara Weaver; panied by their newly wed son (Continued on page 7)
followed the films. Florence Schwenk 3rd Mickie
period ; 2nd Stella and in law
Weaver; 3rd, Kay daughter Mr. and
After this Mrs., Helen Kruger Massie; HM, Marie Brede. Weaver. Mrs. Herman Watkins of Way- !

gave a' review of the, book Class 3-"Our Wind Swept Outstanding Awards: Lehigh cross, Ga. : O. F. ALFORD
"Gentle' LegI ns" by Richard Beaches.' Portland Cement Co.; Flagler A family banquet in Daytona : Registered I
Carter which is probing studyof Winners-1st, Elsie White;
a Forest Service; East Flagler Beach Friday evening honored
National Health Organiza- 2nd, Leola Jones; 3rd, Sarah Mosquito Control; Flagler Beach Mrs. Watkins, it being her birthday ; Real Estate Broker

tions. This book,is..recommended Martel; HM, Abbey Hansal. Garden Club; Conservation Exhibit Mr. and Mrs. Horace Watkins Bunnell, Florida :

for all 'charity drive' chairmen paker ; II it being their wedding an- .. .
and their helpers, as it Class 4-"Our Colonial Herit- A luncheon was given by Mrs. I niversary and also the newly 'II : I

clears up many false rumors of age." Clara Buteux at her home for weds. Most of them visited here ,,

how the money from these Winners 1st Florence the judges, chairmen and co- until Saturday when they wentto CommunityMemorial
'drives is 'spent and how some Schwenk; 2nd, Dorothy Burn- chairmen of the Flower Show. the Jacksonville Southside I

rumors got started. It 'is told ham; 3rd' Mickie Massie. .The judges were Mrs. George D. home of Mr. and Mrs. Horace ChurchInterdenominational
in the most unusual and amus- Class 5-"Our ContemporaryHomes. White, Mrs. MacDona d Johns Watkins and had a chicken I

ing manner as only a man ." ton, Mrs. Arthur Kummet, Mrs. barbecue in the evening. Mrs. II AIR CONDITIONED
.could describe. 1st, Elsie White; 2nd, Leola John T. McDonald from St Augustine Watkins returned to her home
Daytona Ave.
Mrs. Frank ,Brede, president, Jones. ; Miss Jackie Hornet of here Monday evening.
announced the last executive j Class 5B Winners-1st, Priscil- Daytona Beach;* Mrs. Jennie FLAGLER BEACH

board meeting to be held on la, McCabe; 2nd, Mickie Massie; Black and T. Robinson of Bun- I Mrs.Arthur Van Dorn returnedto I Sunday School 10:00: A.M.

May 3rd, prior to the next regular 3rd, Isla Kester; honorable men. nell, Fla. Chairmen of the Flower her home here Saturday froma Church Service 11:00 A.M.

business meeting on May 10, tion, Juanita Strauser. Show was Mrs. E. M.Spivey week's visit in California with R. W. DICKERT. Pastor
at the club .house, at 2 P.M. Class 6. "Our Politicians." and co.chr. was Mrs. Charles her mother. She made the trip EVERYONE WELCOME

All committee chairmen are to ("Feudin-Fussin'). McCabe. I Jby airline. S.f .-- -
have their yearly reports readyto 1st.- Willis White: 2nd.- Paul 1 ___. ---- -

turn in, so they can be compiled R. Vogel. I
ein a final newsletter to be I Class 7A-"Our Wee Ones,"

sent to each member. She urges Minatures. I
these reports be ready. 1st-Abbey,,Hansalpacker; 2nd, < :
:Mrs. Clarence Shultz reminded Florence Schwenk; 3rd, .Esther '
members of the Rummage sale Ju ngiing. T Tx'

to be held in Bunnell on :May Class 7B-1st, Esther Junege- <

6th. Mrs. charles Charon is co- ling; 2nd, Elsie White; 3rd, Abbey .. :

chairman and they report a Hansalpaker; HM, Florence *

good response so far. Refresh- Schwenk. I : <:
'ments furnished by the club was Class 8"-" hese Our' Mahy zT1T

served to those present. Blessings.
1st-Florence Schwenk; 2nd,

SUPPER. FILM AND Leola Jones; 3rd, Isla Kester;

BUSINESS MEETINGOn HM, Mickie.Massie.. ':cF +
Class 9-"Our Gala Occasions -i
Thursday, :May 4, the Community ." I

.. Memorial: Church will A-1st, Elsie White; 2nd, Es-
have three features on their eve- ther Juengling; HM Ann Batten;

ning program. Ladies of the B-1st, Florence Schwenk; C- .

Guild will serve a buffet supper 1st, Elsie White; 2nd, Hannah
in the church's fellowship Vogel; Theme: Section 1; "Spe :

hall, beginning at 6 P.M. cial Awards," Mrs. F. Schwenk,

Immediately following the 2 Tri.color; Mrs. E. White, A- ::
supper, colored slides will be ward of Distinction. +
shown by Les Bailey from Day- Horticulture-Mrs. P. A. Vogel, I F

tona Beach. These were made Award of Merit; Mrs. Al Jueng- .
in England and Hong Kong by ling, Sweep stakes. .2./\: '
Jack Nelson. The business meet- Class 3. Horticulture Division. .'

ing will be held by the congre- Grou 1-Annuals and Speci 1 ', -'

gation at the conclusion. mens. Winners-Mrs. F. Brede, r4c .5'' ,,

1st; Mrs. F. Schnek, 1st; Hannah L4i ; 4

FLAGLER BEACHMETHODIST Vogel, 1st; Ted Wber, 1st;
CHURCH :Mrs.[ Al Juengling, 2nd. :'; ..
: ,
Rev. Reynold N. Hoover, min- Group 2 Bulbous: 1st-Jeanette :. _
isjer. Owens; '2nd, Maween Tal- : S. S L ;;"

9:30 A.M. Church School. ton; 2nd, Sandra Owens; Mrs. ;
Jack White, 2nd;' Rudolph Peter-
10:30 A.M. Morning Worship
Service. son, 2nd; Mrs. Jack White, 2nd*; JI'; :: 4
Group 3. Perennials; MickieMassie I
Special Music by the Choir.
S C S is -1st, Ann Batten;' 2nd,
'V Meeting scheduledat STAY AT HOME. .
HM Isla Kseter Mrs. Jack
9:30 A.lIn the Woman's ; White
1st; Marie Brede, Mrs. Mickle : PLAY AT HOME...
Club building with Mrs. Jasper Enjoy a royal vacation in Florida wherethere's
Massie 2nd HM summer right here : :
Esther FLORiDA
White the hostess. The first an- ; IN ...
Juengling. more to see and do for less money. You'll live -,..,
niversary will be, observed at VACATION KINGDOM
this meeting and invite all Group 4; Flowering Shrubs like a king as the treasure chest of Florida opens before you. .' "
members. and friends. Trees and Uncut Specimens. S Invitingly beautiful beaches beckon .. emerald-tinted waters T:- _
,The .Methodist Mens Club will 1st-Hannah Vogel; promise pleasurable I boating swimming. fishing. Your T naluable"PUASUUCHm-telis' '
Group 5; Roses. yoa places to(0 and things to do to l.
meet Monday evening May 8th kingdom citrus exotic ;
Isla 1st Phil encompasses acres golden groves..the ywr Ftond*ncabM rejnfly rmrdia{. ;
at the home of Keith Lovell. 2nd and Kester Mrs. Kester; 3rd Kester; wilderness of Everglades National Park.. the Ten Thousand (Cctjwn : .:J-. I

FIRST BAPTIST CHURCH Group '6; Flowering Potted Islands, a sportsman's wonderland.. the historic beauty of !!!!II .'; (

ANNOUNCEMENTSWhile Plants. Augustine.. the scientific marvels of Cape Canaveral- \.

1st, Clara Buteux; 1st Marine an endless panorama of visual delight "'" E I
the Pastor, Rev. Millard; Kelly; 2nd, Alice Charon; 2nd,
Brock, is on vacation in Michigan Clara Buteux; 2nd Maxine Kel This summer make a royal tour Florida...,vacation kingdom i l f
the will be of the world.You'll be glad you did! ; ''I 1
pulpit supplied ly. .:...................... .. .. -.
next Sunday morning: by Rev. Group 7-Potted Foliage j
S. R. McKinstry from Olds Hall Plants.

in Daytona Beach. Sunday May Hendren 1st; Hannah FLORIDA POWER 1IGHT COMPANY .
School starts at 9:45 ,and .
Corning Vogel, 2nd. i
worship' service starts at 11 2nd class, Isla Kester' 2nd; Ht/p/nfr Bvild, Florida _*,":J: .

A.'JL.Wm... M. Babbitt is Suptof Emily Bondy, 3rd;' I & ,

>the Sunday School. 3rd class; Mrs. Ann Batten, .
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THE Ji'LAGLERTltIBUNE: ,BUNNELL 'FLORIDA ". ,..- ...- ,. :-. ,iGi:B'IVE
Thursday., May. 4, 1961.... ,

.house simlax was draped.on the 1 ROYAL NEIGHBORS FREE PAINTOne
table from the candelabra to ENJOY FISH FRY
" the bride's cake on, the 'other I The Royal Neighbors ,with extra gallon of your choice!
with each gallon you buy
=:: pf1I end of the table. their husbands and a few in
The coffee table was covered vited friends enjoyed a Fish Mary Carter'Paint Store

! with a white handmade lace I Fry at Bulow State Park Thurs Also Weitcate ShovplH Oater
t jOCALJBurtonbeen cloth, made by the .bride's pa- day evening.The .
I ternal grandmother, with a full fish were caught by Mr.
skirt of white net extending to and Mrs. F. H. Howell and members RCA VICTOR
shaped bouquet of yellow cymbidium the floor. The punch table was furnished covered dishesfor LIVING COLOR TV
II I orchids. covered with a white cutwork II the supper.Twentyfour LOOK: FOR TUB PICTUREIN
p Wedding VowsExchanged The bride wore a gown of cloth over a white net skirt. I members and Southern TilE Radio WINDOW& Television ,

J'3 bouquet taffeta.: Alecon lace re- Punch bowls were on each end guests were present for the af 226 E. Granada-Ph. OR 7-2001 1
I The marriage of Miss Sandra embroidered with seed.pearls of the table and silver cande- I fair. ORMOlfD ,
and sequins formed the scoop labra was in the center. Gar-
William M. Bur-
Deen and Mr. I
ton, Jr., was'solemnized at the neckline and cap'sleeves.. Ap- lands of smilax and gardenias I Visiting here for several days THE OUTBOARDER
First Methodist Church of Bun- pliques of Alecon lace, sparked were also used with the silver I I with Mrs. Lily Creal is -Mrs. Authorized Evlnrude Dealer
The with tiny seed pearls and se- trays of delicious finger food. Walter Crady of Louisville, Ky.
nell Sunday evening. pas- !I BOATS ACCESSORIES.REPAIRS. -
quins, accented the princess: She has spent the winter in Ft.
William L. Spicer, Jr.,
tor, Rev. Dockage Storage Free Ramp
officiated at ,the seven o'clock I front panel, the full skirt pouf I Burton-Deep Party I Lauderdale and is returning to 'WE FINANCE
fed and billowing to a gentle I Louisville for the summer
candlelight ceremony.The 825 Ballough Rd-Daytona
Honored At Buffet
sweep chapel train. Her hip- months.
bride is the daughter of I length four-tiered veil of silk I Dinner Party

Mr. and Mrs. R. W. Deen, Jr., oft 1 bridal illusion was fastened to Howard Taylor is a patient in
Bunnell. The bridegroom is the a Juliet cap made of seed pearl I Mr. and Mrs. R. W. Deen, Jr.,i I St. Vincent Hospital in Jacksonville TV SERVICE
entertained members of the
\} son of the late ,Mr. and Mrs. encrusted Alecon lace. She carried for medical treatment.
'1 W. M. Burton, Sr., of Tennessee.The a garland bouquet of white I Burton-Deen wedding party at a I ALL MAKES
phalenopsis orchids and lily of I buffet dinner Friday evening. Jennie Black accompanied !} Agent For .
} altar of the church held The dinner was served at the I
the valley. I Quenton Deen of Jacksonville to I I
arrangements of ite stock,I I I Deen home, 311 North Pine I \
'ant The bride's mother chose a Orlando Sunday afternoon to RCA & PHILeQ f
carnations the
t Street following wedding
gyPSOPhia.1 sheath street length dress fashioned visit with Mrs. Fred Ireland. 8
Tree-palms of I by Helga in azure blue I rehersal at the First Methodist TUBES & ANTENNAS SOLD
,each side of the altar I Church. AND INSTALLED
were on
Honan silk. A full cowl draped Paul Mercer, son of Mr. and
and brass floor candelabra were bodice, caught by a peail-rhinestone I Their daughter, Sandra, be Mrs. Johnny Mercer of Bunnell, TUBES TESTED FREE
placed in front of the palms. At came the bride of Mr. William I
ornament, completed her is a patient in the Baptist Hospital 1
the entrance to the chancel of Burton, Jr., in 7 o'clock candlelight .
ensemble. Her flowers was a a in Jacksonville where he
the church were white wicker I at the First TV BobFLAGLER 1
waist corsage of yellow cymbidium ceremony I underwent surgery for an old
.princess baskets of white gladioli orchids. Methodist Church of Bunnell knee injury. He underwent surgery
giant mums and stock. Two ;
Sunday evening.
nine branched floor candelabraand
Invited guests included :Mr. PHONE HE 9-2204
three-palms were in front j Following the ceremony, a reception and Mrs. Walter Morris, Rev.1 (More on page 6)
-,of, the chancel. Family pews I was held at the Flag- I and Mrs. W. L. Spicer, Jr., Mr. I u -
marked with satin streamers - - - --
.were Jler Beach Hotel. The mantle of t and Mrs. Ray Mercer, Mr. and
and white'pompom mums. I j the fireplace was centered with I Mrs. Charles Cowart, Mr. and
Given in marriage by her j a sunburst arrangement 0 f:Mrs. Lee Blakely, Mrs. Edith II s Fourth Anniversary SaleCorsages

father, the bride had as her ma- I I white gladioli, stock and giant I Allen, of Bunnell; Earl Thery of sI Cut Flowers, Vase Arrangements
tron of honor and only attend .mums, with lighted tapers at Miami, and Mike Lehman of I. Potted Plants"Remember
ant her sister, Mrs. Charles Cow- I each end. Palatka.
art. Earl Thery acted as best I I The bride's table was covered I Mother"a
man and Charles Cowart was J with a white- satin cloth with Guests of Mr. and Mrs. John
usher full skirt touching the floor. On Hardin during the past weekend
The honor attendant, wore a one end of the table was a sil- I were Mr. and Mrs. Melvin Lan- May 14 with Flowers FromBlack's

short dress of aqua silk organ- ver urn containing arrangementof ning. They were also enjoying
t za over .taffeta, with a pouffed white, stock, carnations, and I I a, visit with. their young daughter Il I Flower Shop ,
back detail and matching head-;gypsophia and a five-branched Delores, who is living with.
1 piece. She carried a crescent-'candelabra. Garlands of green I the Hardins I Phone ID 7.3348 Bunnelll

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New Lawn .Grass This blue tag offers protection 1

, to the turf buyer and_the ,home

|f J Is .Now Available owner seeking the best available ''''
| stock for his lawn. The tag testifies LIVE FREE FOR A YEAR SOFREE

Floratine grass a promisingnew that the grass planting I.

variety'of turf" grass espec stock is of the variety named, TOP VALUE STAMPS

ially adaptable to the home !and is free of noxious weeds, Get details in our store. Celebrating the .

lawn, is available in commercial nematodes and other pests. Grand. Opening of Our Million Dollar Limit one coupon to ADULT :

., quantity this year for the Turf grass certification became with $5.00.or more food order at ; !
first time according to the Florida Warehouse ,in-Ocala, Fla. Be Our Guest
Turf-Grass Association. Even highly desirable when during SHELTONS SUPER MARKET '

previous years thousands of and Plan to be in Ocala Sunday May 21. !
somewhat limit I
so, supplies. '- are square,,feet of,contaminated turf This coupon expires May" 6, 1961'TABLE : ;

ed. stock were sold to the public,

Blue-green in color, Floratine often under variety names no .

grows snug ,to the ground and longer corresponding to the grass

may "be mowed closer than any stock Itself. RITE MEATS '

of the.other, St. Augustine va-
The Florida Turf-Grass Aso- 'Wil on'.: Certified 1 to"18 lb Avg. NEW LOW PRICE'
rities-bitter blue, 'common, or
elation, Agricultural Experiment

roselawn. Stations, the Extension Service,
,Grass specialists look for texture ?
and cooperating turf growers
density, rate of growth, HAMS 47 SouthernBREAD
felt that the identity of the new lb

vigor, weed, resistance, frost ,resistance strain Floratine could be pre-
and adaptability. And
served only by strict certified '
after seven years of collecting, .
release.A I
testing, and screening the Agri-- Center Slice 2 29

cultural Experiment Stations at certified grass nurseryman I FreshFRYER loaves
is one who has met all qualfiIcations HAM 89'
Belle Glade and Gainesville tb
winner. in prescribed by the Division -
lieve they have a PASTS
of Plant .
Industry.How Budget Brand Cello
\ Floratine St ,Augustine.
may sprigs or sod squaresof Thighs BreastDrumsticks RicelandPATNA
Released two to
years ago
certified Floratine be obtained -
commercial sod growers for tb
? Best bet is to ask RICE
the o'
foundation planting, all avail 3 ibs. $1.19
local garden supply dealer, or .
able Floratine until this spring 5ge
county agent. Jiffy 43eSTEAKS
had been used for propagation.Only tIi 3 lb. celloea.
Experts remind home owners ..
certified Floratine stock 10'
that summer or late spring is .
may be sold.
the ideal time to the
The division of Plant Industry,
lawn in Florida. Grass planted Cut Up 5 ft box Blue Bonnett
Florida Dept. of Agriculture-
during this season less NECK BONES
requires FRYER PARTS $139
formerly the State Plant Board- .
attention, the warmth favors
has charge of Florida's vegeta- PIG FEET OLEO
rapid growth, and the usually
tive grass certification program. Lean Loin or Boston Butt
high amount of rainfall further
$ 00 .
Floratine is not planted by seed 6 25'
hastens the lawn to maturity. PORK ROAST .
but instead vegetatively, whichis "n.49c Ibs 1 lb. quarters
During seasons of little
or no
by sod squares or sprigging.A .
rain, the sprigged soil shouldbe
blue tag, bearing the name
kept moist with
of the turf grower>or dealer and frequent

the signature of the state plant waterings. FROZEN FOODS Armour's Qt. Decanter
Technical bulletins on lawn
inspector, must accompany each

shipment of Floratine grass-or establishment and maintenance Shurfine 6 oz.ORANGE Salad OilLimit 39 f
are available
request throughthe
indeed certified turf
of any variety. regardless 'I local county--.J agent.__ JUICE 4 for 6ge .

one with$5.00 or more food order

------ ---- Sealed REQUEST bids will FOR be BIDS received in Birds Eye 10 oz. pkg. ,
NOTICE is HEREBY GIVEN the office of the City Clerk of the '
that the Board of County. Commis- City of Bunnell. Florida, in the BLACK ,EYE PEAS 2 for 49c Ladies f
sioners will receive sealed bids Until Civic Center Building on or before
noon. May 15th/ A. D.; 1961, in 12-00 o'clock noon on the 15th day Downy Flake 5 oz. pkg. '
the office of the Clerk of the Cir- of May A.D. 1961. for the follow- 35cTHONGS 39c
cuit Court in the Flagler County ing: WAFFLES 2 for pair
Courthouse for the following: One (1) each tranststorway'
104 feet 36 Inch diameter T & G mobile unit; cab mount: output
Rlenforced Concrete l'lpe in 4 ft., power. 15 watt or more; 12 Volt or Children's
length. 115 Volt AC; to operate on Fre- .
60 feet 24 inch diameter T & G quency 155.85. This. unit to be In-
Reinforced Concrete Pipe in 4 ft. stalled. Shurfine '. TENNIS SHOES .88e
length. A trade-in allowance of one (1) pair
60 feet 18 Inch diameter T & G GE 10 watt. 6 volt. 2-way mobile
Reinforced Concrete Pipe in 4 ft. unit to be considered in bidding. FLOUR 39C Fanning'sBREADBUTTER'
length. All equipment must meet FCDA 5 lb. bag
Prices quoted to be FOB Bunnell. specifications
delivery as needed. The City Commissioners PICKLES 22c
The Board reserves the right to serve the right to reject any re-I ,
reject any .and all bids. all bids, and also to accept the Soflin 200 count
Dated at Bunnell Florida this that in its judgment will be for
2nd day of May A. D. 1961. the best Interest of the City of PAPER NAPKINS 25C
AL.FKED R. TUCKER Chairman Bunnell. Florida. FREE
ATTEST: Witness my hand and official each Two Bars Reg. size PalmohveSoap
E. A. SMYTHE. Clerk Boardof seal this the
2nd day of May. A. D.
County Commissioners 1961. with Economy Size
Flaglre County. Florida .(Seal) Levi L. Brannam. Sr. ) '
May 4-11-2tc ATTEST Mayor: City of Bunnell. Florida COLGATE TOOTH PASTEea69C'

Plaintiff. Sealed proposals.will be received
vs. by the City Commissioners in the
SYBIL B. CLARK.Defendant. office of the City Clerk of the City Sugar- in the pkg. Fresh LocalGREEN
of Bunnell. Florida in the Civic
NOTICE TO 13KKKNUTHE Center Building on or before 12:00 BEV RICH I 3
STATE OF FLORIDA. TO: o'clock noon on the 15th day of I ,for29C BEANS
Sybil B. Clark May. A. D. 1961 for furnishing the I Ib
120 Monmouth Street. Southeast following materials F.O.B.,
Winston Salem North Carolina nell Florida, to-wit Bun-I Large Local 10 1 1ro
You are hereby notified that a 25.000 to 35,000 gallons of Kleenex Twin Pak
suit has been filed against you in 2 cutback oil. CELERYFancy ea.
the above entitled cause: and you The above quantities are approxI-
are hereby required to file your an- mate only and are to be used for I PAPER TOWELS 2 36C Yellow
swer with the Clerk of this Court tabulation of bids and the City II '
and to serve a copy thereof upon Commissioners reserve the right if SQUASH lb
the plaintiff or plaintiff's attorney they so desire to increase or decrease -
whose name and address is; these quantities. I
Joseph Hirschman The City Commissioners reserve
407% Main Street the right to reject any and all bids Folgers 10 oz. Jar
Daytona Beach Floridanot and to waive any informalities in
later than June 8th. A.D. 1961. bidding.
If you fail to do so. decree pro WITNESS my hand and official r
i confesso will be entered againstyou seal this 2nd day of May. A.D 1961. *
+ for, the relief demanded in the (Seal) Levi L. Brannam. Sr. INSTANT COFFEE 99
bill of complaint. The nature. of Mayor of the City of Bunnell.
said suit being for divorce. Florida.
WITNESS my hand and seal of I ATTEST:
said Court this 27th day of of AprilA. Nancy C. Rodgers. City Clrek..
D. 1961.Official I.:May 4.112tcNOTICE .


May 4-11-18-5-4tc OF BIEMIIERh OF FLORIDA J

IN THE CIRCUIT COUnT OF To all CITRUS members MUTUAL of Florida Citrus :
KIjAGLER COUNTY, FLORIDA, Mutual residing in or owning cit- 50 FREE : 50 FREE 25 FREE 1
IN CIIANCEHY NO. 4237 rus fruit grove property In Florida ;

JOSEPH STRELEC. Plaintiff{ comprising Citrus Commission Alachua.District Putnam.No.St.3 TOP VALUE STAMPS II: TOP VALUE STAMPS : TOP VALUE MPS'

MARION STRELEC.Dfendant.VS. Johns.Seminole Flagler.Counties Marion.and County Levy Com-and with the purchase of 'i: with the purchase of ,: with the purchase of

missioner's Districts One. Two and No. 5 jar ,,1 12 oz. jar Skippy i Ii Swel
NOTICE TO DEFEND Three of Volusia County: !

Marion 112 Lincoln Strelec Street pursuant Florida Citrus to the Mutual By-laws there of said will I i and this coupon ,i t. and this coupon ''i:; and this coupon

Boonton. New Jersey be held on the 24th day of May.* I [This void 5-6-61 ;1 This void 5-6-61 :!This void 5-6-61
suit You has are been hereby filed notified against that in a 1961. at 2:30 D. m. at Chamber of coupon . I'. .coupon. :]' coupon
you Commerce. DeLand. Florida. a - -
the above entitled cause: and you meeting of the members of said
are hereby required to file your an- Florida Citrus Mutual as designated -
.swer with the Clerk of this Court. above. QUANTITY RIGHTS
and to serve a copy thereof upon The purpose of this meeting is .
,the plaintiff or plaintiffs attorney. to elect three directors of Florida RESERVED
whose name and address is: Citrus Mutual and to transact such
,v. Cecil Grant other business as may properly be
407 Main Street considerd bv said meeting.
Daytona Beach. Florida Proxy( voting will not be permitted Tht rs. FrL Sat.
'not later than June 5th. A. D. 1961. .
If you fail to do so. decree pro Anyone representing a corporate May:4.5 6,1961ILJvA1jiI
confesso will be entered againstyou member of Mutual must have a
for the relief demanded in the written authorization from such STORE HOURS
.bill of complaint The nature of corporate member to represent it
said suit being 'for .:divorce at the meeting and vote in Its be- MothurF8AG:45P3&"THE ,
WITNESS my hand and seal of J
Bald Court this 27th day of AprilA. half.Dated at Lakeland..Florida this Sot 8 JLM. 9 P. H.
.D. 1911.Official 28th div of 1961.
of said Circuit Court Florida Citrus .Mutual.
May 4-1l-18-U--Uc May 4-Itc


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Farmers Home Administration A. H. CRAIG* Funeral Director
county supervisor, Curtis JOHN HARDIN. Associate .
DEPOSIT STUB HERE Green, said today that J'I I .
''Of farms who need to replace or. AIR LADY OXYGEN
SHELTOH'S FLAGLER i jtial service buildings are showing -
a great deal of interest in
Super Market Food Store the agency's farm housing loan I I Phone ID 7-3532

Railroad Ave. Blvd. .
Moody These loans are available to I -
10 BUNNELL, FLORIDA FLAGLER BEACH, FLORIDA qualified owners of all sizes of I
r farms provided the farm will ,
produce at least $400 worth of Trade in your Communit
I commodities for sale or home
use each year, based on 1944.!
prices. Additional loan funds
I ,
have recently been made avail- 7 xrk
/ible for this type of credit.
:]lost of the farm owners here,
l Green said have used their
housing loan funds for new I .
; dwellings and remodeling of old I : s x 2 yh
:1 : ; houses. Funds may be usea for '
central heating systems, kitchen a>
remodeling, added' bathrooms,
and other installations neededto A
meet modem demands on
IitlD I
.GC1e1t'i profitable, farms. iir
Farm owners obtaining farm :
housing loans may have up to :...... rt t
33 years to repay them. The in-I I 1'.:.5-..:.., 4 ILi
,. terest rate is 4 per cent on the I .w:.:'xA;:::.:".':.'.>"'::>:.e ..x:... :. .' ".:' ,. ,.'.......,;_........ .
Drawing' At... I unpaid balance and the loan is
secured by a real estate lien. I ,
Fod Shoppers'I j r The office serving the Central Did it ever occur to you common ground-a genuine I
that your local merchant is interest in community wel-
WEEKENDMAY Florida area is located in Room
I more than a man who takes
417, Sanford Atlantic National
your money and wraps the fare.Get
Bank Building in Sanford. This to know your local
ment purchase?
fnted office serves Orange, Brevard, merchants better. Visit them
6.9 fRE'n p noa 20-21 I Flagler, Volusia", Seminole and He is an individual. He more often. They'll appreciate -
of 1961 'Lake counties. Further informa- supports community welfare, it and you'll discover it's
Miss OCALA l fraternal and charitable pro-
a tion and application blanks maybe more fun to do business with
fb da Gh"s COnlest Morkomp Rood,Two: MJIot South of Ocofe obtained by contacting the grams. His children go to the friends.
thriftv+Y w CIA I. OPENING office. local school. You may not
Mi MILLION DOLLAR I. belong to the same church, Trade at home for your
sDisPlOll CERTIFIED GROCERS WAREHOUSE but your paths cross in com own sake-and community
Bri11'ant iro'M0 t CHINA'S GREAT WALLChina's munity affairs. This is .
your. progress.
*S,000 LIMn Great Wall, built 22
centuries ago as a defense .
Live FREE for a Year:Drawing-Get Your Free Ticket
? Today. invaders, remains
against I
(Certified Grocers Members and Employees,or Families Ineligible: This Community Ad Sponsored By I
wonder of the world. Serpent-I

, like 1,500,it miles winds of :northern across China. I The Flagler Tribune kf j k
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DILL PICKLES, jar 390 Center Slices HAM ib. 89* TEA BAGS pkg. 630 I!I

Maine Oil'SARDINES Swift Premium'Sirloin Cloverbloom !

can Steak 98'
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FIESTA PUNCH ,00 RiverSliced PAPER PLATES Pkg. 890 .j

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:.Bunnell High School (|j[Miss Gas-O-- Rama I Private Funeral I
i For Mark Infant INSIRE-Sfay Insured & Rest AssuredGET
:. ', ,Six Week Honor Roll,;;Beauties Vie May 6 I
.. I Private graveside funeral service -
Fourth grade--George Allen, j I I .Local Flagler Beach girls will I was held in St. Augustinefor THE BEST PROTECTION FROM] \
Charles Clegg John Cody, Patty I emerge in bathing suits to be Daphne Elissa Mark, infant
French, Hal King, Carol Lynda 'I judged for personality, poise, daughter of Mr. and :Mrs. Francis
'f Townsend, Carla'-Tucker, Charles |i'I and prettiness, next Saturday Mark of Marathon, Florida. I I H. T. COOK AGENCY

Herr, Glen Carle, Robert Creal, I for the first big drive for funds Rev. W. Howard Lee of the
Nancy Hargett, Mary Anne Stefllk I by ,the FBAB Club, according to Flagler Memorial Presbyterian Citizens Bank Bldg. Bunnell, Florida
I Brenda Townsend, Colleen I Joe Gordon. I Church officiated..

... 'Tucker.- Fifth grade--Ben Cannon, Sue I I participants Among some will activities engage in these are: Gables She Hospital was born on April in a 14 Coral and I .'f.--'f....J'- .......w...........................'......J'...................-la"''''......!fa... ,
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. "Broadaway, Rusty-Improta, Lin- Advance ticket sales, a motor passed away on April 20. I FOR ALL HOURS-DAY OR NIGHF
r aa "Knight, Tony Parker, Stephanie I parade, with music and, ballihoo In addition to her parents, she
Stupka. I and drawing of the cash prizes is survived by two sisters, Mi- AMBULANCE '
Sixth grade-Suzanne Bourne, i while serving as hostess at Mike' chele 'and Susan, and a brother, ,
PHONE 41625ST.
VAlley .
; Walton Cowart, Delores Been, :Sullivan's Gulf Service Station Gordon; also her grandparents, SERVICE ,
"Kathy Emery, John Johnston :on A-l-A Highway all day. Mr. and Mrs. Delbert Godwin of AUGUSTINE. FLORIDA
s: :"Dicky King, Barbara Pache, Lln-1 i I St. Augustine, and Mr. and Mrs.
r 0 \la "Skolar. : Three winners will be. chosen Walter Mark of Miami. Never be hesitant about calling a Garcia, Ambulance. We

' Seventh grade-Margie Lee :: by the Judges to be named by.I are'always at your service with promptness safety and
the Businessmen's Club 1st
Blakely, Betty Lynn Bourne, Sue ;
Ellen Deen, Margaret Hoskins, I'Miss Gaso-O-Rama, 2nd Miss I FIRST FREE SCHOOLSThough experience.

Marilyn McNab, Brenda Tucker, I Gulf-Crest, and 3rd Miss Gulf. .I the emperor Charlemagne -'I Equipped With Oxygen Resusitator and Inhalator
Ray Weaver, Linda Weaver. (742.814) was illiterate
Eigth grade-Ida Allen, Hiedi I Any girls who wish to enter'I until his old age, he founded II III Garcia Funeral Home
"Eisenbach; Kandyce Lovell, Jan- may contact Joe Gordon atGordon's many' cathedral and monastery
'et Sayreds. I Speedway Service Station schools.He set up the first free I P. E. GARCIA, Licensed Funeral Director

i Ninth grade-David Brown I on AlA, HE 9.2127 or the schools, some of which develop I LADY ASSISTANT

Kathy Barber, Allida Tucker, Secretary of Flagler Beach Area ed into famous universities. '\1'-.......................W-.............,................................w................'IiI
'Shorty Sheffield, Sue King, I Business Club, J. W Green, I '

Nancy Fleurie, Nancy Wilson, Flagler Beach Hotel. Applica I .
Jennie Bennett, Linda Blackwell. tions are still coming in and -
Tenth grade-Caroline Clifton, entries will be entered for com
Linda Harris, Carol Hoskins, petition until Saturday morning, You'll find variety like this
May 6th.
.Donna Miller, Barbara Weaver.
Eleventh grade--Claude Bar. .

: row, Mary Susan: Brannam, Ron- 1 : only at your Chevrolet dealer'sOneStop

' nle Canakaris, Jamesene Dawson .
; Elaine Deen, Harriet Hatch CONSERVATION NEWSBy

' er; Peggy Hoskins, Boyd Robertson Tilman W. RobinsonThe I Shopping Center
Terry Sheffield, Connie
Shields, Florence Williams, David Florida Association of 9
Lewis. Soil and Water Conservation

i Twelfth grade-Mary: Jo District Supervisors' Area 4 JET-SMOOTH CHEVROLETS, nimble Corvairs, the one-and-

Daugherty Hoff, Pat Niesen.'DeBary, Polly. Forson, Joan speaking Green Cove contest Springs was Friday held, April in ;'I only Corvette-31 models in all to choose from under one roof at

28 at 1:45 P.M. your Chevrolet dealer's. Thrifty full-sized Chevrolet -
.. ,
: Garden Club .' Seven high, school students, ( Biscaynes, popular Bel Airs, sumptuous } >-
,t representing seven different soil
conservation districts as contest Impalas, six handy, handsome wagons. Agile, ..,::;

Conference Hostess ants, spoke on "Conserving Natural ,, sure-footed Corvair sedans and coupes and family- CIlEV/lOLEr.

The 'DeBary Garden Club will Resources District.in"My Soil Conservation lovin', Corvair wagons. Why not drop in and' do .

be hostess for the Presidents Mike Marlowe, Jacksonville, your new car shopping in just one stop!
'Conference of District VI of the
representing the Duval SCD, won .
Florida Federation of Garden
first place and a prize of $40.
Clubs, Inc., Mrs. J. G. Routzahn,
Placing second with a $25 prize
District Director, has announced.
was Mary Showalter, Green
Presidents and program chair.'
Cove Springs, Clay SCD; and
men of the Garden Clubs in the
third place, and a $15 prize,
District, which includes Flagler, .
:,. went to Gary Williams, Yulee,
Volusia and Brevard counties.
Nassau SCD. Receving honor. \ "
-- able mention and $10 were:

Bryce Hosford, Bunnell Flagler
Your home won't
be SCD; Clifford Dance, Lake But New 9-Passenger BROOKWOOD STATION WAGON .
ler, Union SCD; Eddie Starling,
sniffle There are six Chevrolet wagons, luxurious Nomads-each with cargo:
a factory Starke, Bradford SCD; and Ray
Luke, Palatka; Putnam SCD. from budget-wise Brookwoods to opening nearly 5 ft. across. .
this winter. Mike Marlowe will representArea ,", : '
I .. :
4 in the state contest to ;

I be held in conjunction with the I .
state association's I annual convention 4 .
I on August 25 in Tampa. J

I The Flagler Soil Conservation I
District 0 fl .
Supervisors urge everyone
, I to pause and reflect for a \" oi
moment some time during the
week of May 7-14, Soil Steward. {
ship Week. Consider the stew New CORVAIR MONZA CLUB COUPE ;-

ard of the soil for: Here's the family man's sports car' famed handling ease that stems from : .

!fj He is the guardian of our soil with bucket seats up front and the Corvair's air-cooled rear engine. ': ,
j. and the first custodian of our

: -. you install water.He is the producer of the food

and fiber so essential to the i

health and well-being of men, r

f everywhere.He r
is a cooperator, working on
,u.o wu+c his own land and with his
\ neighbors to conserve and develop -
;. : GAS HEAT now! God's gifts of soil and w-w -

i water for the greater good of
: _
,Avoid the cold weather installation -
his community and his country.He ,
l, ,- rush; let us equip is an orderly -man, whose Bel Air 2-Door Sedan ,

F. ,your home with a "Fyrofax" well kept fields and grasslands CHEVROLET'S GOT MORE OF WHAT IT TAKES .
mark his aversion to carelessness
4 ,as-operated automatic heat- I and waste. \ and that's why more people are ments unmatched in Chevy's field. ', "

; nng unit now to enjoy health He is a man of responsibilityunder taking to it.That built-in Jet-smooth And so many more things to like! No .,r

r- .' 'ful,even warmth,throughout God, recognizing that the ride, for instance, with Full Coil wonder Chevrolet's the most popular ". :
..-: i your house-all winter long. earth is the Lord's, placed here suspension. Body by Fisher refineon, the highway and buy-way! -
for the benefit of all His chil
Estimates cheerfully given
\ dren-in town and country alike.
:, ', .without charge. We depend on the Steward, of> .
: phone today.: the soil; we should honor him. See the new Chevrolets at local authorized Chevrolet dealei's.t "
Ih Consider the Soil Steward. .._----_..._, your_._-.. -_. _._- -. ?", .'"
,, ; ; ; :
,Gas Engineering Co. Consider him well. '" ,," .
i-; -
,": a 603 N. Beach St. There are six leading 'types of
'i.Daytoaa Beach Florida39V& .HALL-TUMLIN CHEVROLET
) '
lawn grasses in Florida: carpet, : .
Cordova St. ., bahia, bermuda, zoysia, St. Augustine f' ,; -
c l: ',::,St; :Augustine! Florida ,. and centipede. I :,' ,.<.
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