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 11, 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
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System ID: UF00079914:00228
 Related Items
Preceded by: St. Johns tribune
Succeeded by: Palm Coast news
Succeeded by: Flagler/Palm Coast news-tribune

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1 I Ii ILion Hear How KORONA CIVIC ,CLUB [Band Concert


; ; i I The Korona Civic Club will
i ,. Club's Beauty Friday Evening. .
hold "an old fashioned Polish

BEsT WiHS" ALL MY LOVE, I I I Sausage Dinner" ,this Saturday,

: MUMS. : MoT eR.I. Contest To Run May 13, beginning, at 7 P. M. Final for Year

\ I The dinner will be held at
Member 0. C. Shelton out
.s S the White Eagle and is for benefit Bunnell High School's "Biggest
lined to the Lions Club Mondaythe
of the civic club. Reserva- Little Band in Dixie," haying
details of the
program and
I tions are advised. For that purpose just returned from the recent
Miss Flagler County Contest
I call ID 73508. State Music Contest held in
which will be sponsored by the
Panama City May 5, with ratingof
I Lions on June .2 at the'Bunnell I
; Excellent and Superior in

--.-:: j I Community Center. Miss concert, sight-reading and
--"'- i Mr. Shelton chairman of the Flagler County
its final concertfor
marching, gives
1 WRJTE pNpNE contest committee, said this is
the school/dear on Friday
not a money-making project of Contest
evening, May 12, at 8 o'clockin
the club. The derived
MucH JOY, sI 4Ppy. the school gysnasium.The .
Lions Club
MAMA from ticket sale will be used to ByLocal .
I program will be as follows
I defray expenses of the contest
( On June 2, a Miss Flagler :
and fashion show which will I
County of 1961 will be crownedat I The Pajama Game Overture-
also be staged the same night. .
I I the Civic Center in Bunnellin Adler and Ross.
The winner of the contest will
a contest sponsored by the Stars and Stripes Forever
i represent Flagler County in the
Lions Club of Bunnell. l\Iarch-Sousa.
y "ffry ra Miss Florida East Coast Contestto
Prizes of $25 and $10 will be Praeludium for Band-Cavac-
be staged during the Flagler
::- awarded along with loving cupsto as.
Beach July Fourth celebration.Mr. .
the winner and runnersupin American Patrol (original)
Shelton also said membersof
the contest. !Mecham..
TELEGRAPH KoLLEg.. the Idlewood Club have been
l ladies between the Student conductor
iw Young : Mary Daugh-
''', ..,. .I I asked to model in the fashion .
ages of 16 and 21 who have erty). S
show. I
If never been married and are Washington Post March
He said that girls 16 to 21, '
SMOKE TAX REABTETO I legal resident of Flagler coun- Sousa.
Official and unmarried to
are eligible
Cape FLAGLER TOWNSFor :ty, are eligible to participate. Proud HeritageLatham.The .
enter the contest.
II I Any girl in this category or any Sound of MusicRodgersand
of March the Guests at the club meeting
the i .
Rotary SpeakerCommander business firm or, club desiringto Hammerstein.
following municipalities in this .were Rudolph Peterson, Danny
sponsor a girl should contact You'll Never Walk Alone-
'received the following Alford, and Raymond Smith.
from county President Fred Fruits. of the Rodgers and Hammerstein (Vocal -
Frank Ledert collection Mercer in the ,
amounts from the state Gayle presided
Lions Club in .
Bunnell before : Mr. Morris)
the Airforce :Missile Test Center absence of Club President Fred
of the five cents a packagetax
will I the deadline of May 30 for A special salute will be given
at' Canaveral
sold within Fruits.
of on cigarettes registration data or information.The the graduating Seniors in the
speak to the Rotary Club limits
their corporate : I program for the eveningwill band. Also a tribute will be

man Bunnell John today Cannon, Program said today.Chair- Town of Beverly Beach $96,42 Prizes Awarded To include a fashion show in rendered to two retiring faculty

Town of Bunnell, $1,586.25. addition to the bathing suit and members: Mrs. Lucille Andersonand
Mr. Ledert will speak on the
Town of Flagler Beach, $627.31. Mrs. Cockman.
Polaris, missile which is the. Gas-o-Rama WinnersFlagler evening wear presentation by Myrtle

I first submarine missile programof Town'of"Marine land, $121.89. .the contestants. The fashion The public! is cordially,invitedto

Beach Area Business- show will be conducted by the hear this last concert of the
the Free World that can be
> men's Club Secretary J. w.1 women of the Idlewood Club. season.
fired from the submarine whila Connie'Shields I Green awarded cash prizes to I 1

it is submerged. Commander 1
the winners in the beauty con
Led rt has had a great deal of Is Selected For test at Flagler Beach. I

experience in the program and I First prize went to Miss Sandy Bunnell Recreation Dept ,

will speak at the 12:30 luncheon Science ProgramConstance Gordon as :Miss Gas-o-Rama, .

meeting. second prize to Miss Betty Ab- Rules And Regulations For I
said Louise Shields of
"This, Cannon "promises' bott as Miss Gulf Crest, and
to be one of the finer public Bunnell High School has! been
third to Miss Linda Blackwellas '
information programs the Club selected for the National Science Miss, Gulf Pride. Prizes were The 1961 Softball League S .

has been able to secure," Mr. Foundation High School Research also awarded' to Mrs. William I

Participation Program at I.
Cannon concluded.RECOGNIAION
the University of Florida June Heckman. and Mrs. Charles I 1. Any person, living or working in Flagler County will be I '

19 to August 11. I I Tonkin. eligible for league play.
Judges for the contest were
Constance is a member of the 2. The tearps will consist of 13 players and 1 manager. i I
OF Jack Clegg, Levi Brannam} Sr., .' "
SERVICE DINNERIS Junior Class of Bunnell High "I'mayor of Bunnell, and Buddy I 3. Games will be played on Monday and Thursday nights. *"'

and the daughter of Mr. and I McKnight, county judge. I 4. First game to begin at 7:15 P.M. Teams forfeit after 7:45 P.M. :'\
TO BE GIVEN Mrs. Gordon Shields of Bunnell.
1 Some of the criteria for selec- II State Highway Patrolman 5. A regulation game will "be five innings. \ | \

Irs. Lucille Anderson and Gabe Neely led the parade and 6. The first will until 9:00 until five
tion the committee of six game run or innings are 't ,
by .
retir- '
Mrs. Myrtle Cockman are the contestants rode in the fire ;
in various fields of completed, depending on which occurs first. ,
ing from the teaching professionat professors :truck driven by Fire Chief Dean I
the close of this school year.A science were: evidence of char Peterson, while Assistant Chief 7. No inning of the first game. will begin after 9:00 P.MS<|f ,

buffet dinner is being given acter and maturity, evidence of Zeke Chaffee drove his car car- 8. Any inning that is going on at 9:00 P. M. will be com-, II
science interest and willingness '
\ in their honor 'on' Friday evening rying the judges. pleted. .

May 12, at six o'clockin to work and learn. Good TV\ Bob Henderson's sound 9. The second game will begin as soon as possible after the

: the Bunnell High School cafe- health, age and grades in school I I truck was everywhere publicizing -I conclusion of the first.
considered. Considerable
.teri. by the FlaglerCounty were the affair, including the 10. The second games will run 'for one and a half hours or until
emphasis was also given by the
C Classroom Teachers Association. committee to the statement of I group of the Methodist 'Church five innings are complete, depending which occurs first. .

Flagler county's school super !the student and the recommendation who were enjoying' a fish fry. 11. Any rained out game will not be replayed. _
intendent, members of the Boardof Bob Danner, Joe Gordon and
Education with their l of the -science teacher,' it 12. Any first game that is completed and the second game is t
spouses I I Mike Sullivan and his employees -
and the officers of the Future I I was said.Piano worked hard all day giving rained out neither 'game will be counted. j

Teachers are guestsV I service to cars patronizing the 13. In the event of a tied, ball game at the end of the regu ;

After. the dinner, all will at- To Give station on this occasion.A lation time teams will continue to play until a winner is de 1
Pupils ;
tend the spring band concert in movie strip was taken of termined. t'

the school auditorium. Mrs. Recital Eve the winning beauties' pumpinggas 14. Player switches may be made if the two managers in; !

Viola Tonkin of the Bunnell Monday and was shown on channel volved agree. "The player being switched or added to a roster

faculty. is. general chairman. I i In Methodist ChurchPiano 4 tv Monday: evening. must have his name on.the master roster and wait a period of

: "Our first project by the clubto one game before competing: for the team.

of Don Rubie of make money for the benefitof "
MR.. BOSW.ELL'RETURNS pupils I 15. Ground Rules: '
Daytona Beach will present a our area," Green said, "is
FROMMOTHER'S Recital ,at the. First Methodist very encouraging and we wishto Any overthrow ,to third base that -touches any player, spectator -

FUNERAL Church of Bunnell on Monday thank all who worked to or goes past the wire, entitles the runner to an automatic ,

Mr.: and Mrs. Frank Boswell evening, May 15, at 7:30, it was make it succeed." one base. '

have returned to their home learned today. Fly balls must be caught on the field side of the wire. -'

here from Geneva Alabama The piano pupils from Bun- UNIVERSITY OF FLORIDA / The outfield may catch the ball in any area where the -wire

where they were called by the nell are: Kent Holland, David CHEMIST WINS AWARD is down.- ,

death of Mr. Boswell's mother. Brown Heidi Eisenbach, Rebecca The -1961 Faculty Research Any overthrow 40 the first base side\ of the field that touches

I Robertson, Kirk Robertson, Award of the Society of SigmaXi any 'player,. spectator, etc., the runner is entitled to ail automatic

FRESHMAN LAW professional honorary science
FIRST and Greg Robertson. I one base. .
SCHOLARSHIP GIVEN Voice and organ pupils of Mr. society was presented to Dr. '
( Any overthrow to first that does not.touch anything, the run.ner
freshman WilLiam Ruble from Daytona Beach will George B. Butler, University of
A Miami I is entitled to .one base. But must make the baser :
G. Hollingsworth, received also participate in the recital,, Florida chemist; He was cited
r for major'ontributions to Fly balls maybe played in any area on-the'first base side of
the first freshman scholarshipissued it was learned. "very .
the field. .
by the College of Law at chemistry research and education ,

the University of Florida during Unlike other fruits, the .avo- during his 15 years 'as one 16. The season will be for 18 -or 24 gamesT A split. season

Law Day ceremonies the cardo contains significant amounts I of the nation's outstanding will be played. The two .winners, ,. will have/a, play-off. end of the second 'season. ., -'
chemists. -Y
Gainesville campus last week: of protein. I :
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PAGE TWO ., _?_ ',",.-THE FLAGLER TRIBUNE,., UNNELL, FL01W)4 Thursday lPruY..t4; 961

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Sealed proposals will be received
by the City Commissioners in the
office of -the City Clerk of the City By Tilmon W. J Robinson FREE
-: of Bunnell Florida, in the Civic .. You're Wonderful 1 50
'. Center Building on or before 12:00 .
o'clock noon, on the 15th day of Farm fish ponds of L. E. Wads- .
May A.D. 1961. for furnishing the
l- V following materials F.O.B.. Bun- worth, Harry McKinney, and TedR. TOP VALUE STAMPS

nell; Florida to-wit: Godwin, were recently ,stock
25.000 to 35,000, gallons of R.C.
2 cutback oil.- ed with, black bass. The 'ponds "MOM"HELTON'S Limit one coupon' to ADULT ,
"-, The above quantities are approxi- I
mate only, and are to be used for had previously been supplied with $5.00 or more food order at
tabulation of bids;*and' the City with, "bjue::gill and' s shellcrac r

. ;- Commissioners they ao deslrei reserve.to!:.increase the"right/'or decrease :if- bream 'and the addition, ,of ebaSs' THINKS SO TOO.SHELTONS SUPER MARKET

The City these Commissioners-quantities. reserve completed the stock proc HERES: YOUR FAVORITE FOODS This
expires May 13 1961
the right;to'-reject any' and all"bids ss. ,
and to, waive any(informalities .In ':1 PRICES YOU'LL LOVE
"', bidding. The :fingerling fish for the
.... WITNESS 'my hand and official ..
seal this end day of'May,;A.D. 1961. above fish ponds were'furnished

(Seal Mayor) of. Levi the ,,City L. Brannam.of Bunnell Sr., by the U.$. Wildlife Service BETTER QUALITY TABLE RITE MEATS LOWEST PRICES

Florida. Fish Hatchery at Welaka, in cooperation '
Grade "A" Large 5 to 7 ft Avg.
ATTEST: with the Flagler Soil V Grade, "A" Beef

:May,Nancy 4-11-C.2tc Rodgers, City Clrek._ Conservation- District and theSo'n ?I Only Choice Cuts

"" Conservation Service. The
that the Board of County Commissioners three landowners who are cooperators 39 ? CHUCK ROASTWestern
will receive sealed bids until ,Ib!
noon May 15th A.D. '1961 in with the Flagler SCD,
the office of the Clerk of the Cir- were assisted in the stocking by 53''
cuit Court in the Flagler County 't
Courthouse for the following: Ernest Taylor, local SCS tech- .
104 feet 36 Inch diameter T & G Cut \\Up:5: Ib box
, Rlenforced Concrete Pipe In 4 ft. nician. Center Cut

'. length., A well managed farm fish ,; FRYE' PARTS $139
60 feet 24 inch diameter T & G PORK CHOPS 67c \
Reinforced Concrete Pipe in 4 ft. pond is a valuable asset in a I t
length 60 feet 18 inch diameter .TAG farming operation. .In 'addition I Armour's By The Piece

length.Reinforced. Concrete Pipe in .'4 ft. to furnishing food and fishing Thriftway BALOGONA .. ft'39c

. Prices quoted to be FOB Bunnell fun for .a farm family, it can FRANKS 3gc

delivery as needed. be used for swimming, boatingand k !
The Board reserves the right to P'World's g. .
reject any and all bids. ,other recreational activities. NECK BONESHAMBURGER ;
Dated at Bunnell Florida this Beat
2nd day of 'May A. D. 1961. It also conserves water, which ) FRESH MULLET :
ALFRED R. TUCKER, Chairman be used for 39 .6 Ibs99c
ATTEST: may irrigation, 3 Ib$1 FAT BACK
E. A. SMYTHE. Clerk Boardof livestock water and fire protection -- s
County Commissioners PIG
Flaglre County, Florida for farm ,buildings. A well

\ May 4112tcIN kept farm pond enhances the
"TUB CIRCUIT COURT OF beauty and may increase the Giant Size .
IN CIIANCERY NO. 423T value.of, a farmstead. t
Plaintiff v RATINGS FOR

MARION, STRELEC.Dfendant., Now Is Time To GetCertified A SUPERIOR BAND

NOTICE TO DEFEND TO Limit one with $5.00 or more food order CONGRATULATIONSShurfresh
Marlon Strelec Birth Paper
112 Lincoln Street
" Boonton ,New Jersey I.
You are hereby notified that a For Entering School 25 foot ,
I suit has been filed against you in

are the hereby above entitled required cause to file; your and ,you answer I Now is the time, to obtain BISCUITS 4 35c GARDEN HOSE $,J29.
with the Clerk of this Court cans
and to serve a 'COpy thereof upon certified'copies of birth certifi
the plaintiff or plaintiff*'attorney, Salada I,
whose name and address is: satesfor children registering to 15c OFF Grade "A" Large if

W. Cecil Grant enter school for the first time
407% Main Street TEA BAGS EGGS
Daytona Beach Floridanot this fall, the Bureau of Vital 48 nt52e dozen49c ;
later than June 5th A.D. 1961. State 4
Statistics of the Board of
If you fail to do'80, decree pro ,
confesso will be entered against Health says FROZEN FOODS FANCY FRESH PRODUCE .i
,you for the relief demanded in the
bill of complaint. The nature of '*To paraphrase the annual

said suit being for divorce. Christmas time admonition" we Swanson's All Kinds
WITNESS my hand and seal of Fancy Ripe
said Court this 27th day of April. would say, "'Do, your birth certi-
A. D. 19 it. I TV DINNERS 59c TOMATOESLarge
(OfftclalClerk E. A. Court cate shopping early, said Everett Ibs2ge

of said Circuit H. Williams, Jr., directorof .
May 4-11-18-25-4tc Pepperidge FarmTURNOVERS Fla.
--- the bureau. "We can handle
ea. 5e
FLAGLER COUNTY FLORIDA only 'so many applications a

CROWLEY IN CHANCERY FLOYD NO.HAMMOND-4231 day. If everyone waits until the Libby's 6 oz. can SunkilLEMONADE t

vs. Plaintiff, last minute our facilities will be ; 10 for $100' LEMONS doz. 39c

PINKIE. HAMMOND, overloaded and delays will re

NOTICE TO DEFEND Defendant. ." Wilson's Pure ShorteningBAKE ( \

THE STATE OF FLORIDA, TO: Williams said that a parent or
Pinkie T. HammondFair '
Bluff North Carolina guardian applying for a certified 31b.
You are hereby notified that a of a birth certificate must
suit has been filed against you in copy .
the above entitled cause; tend you supply the full name of the RITE 49
hereby required to file an- -
are your
swer with the Clerk of this Court. child, the full name of the father can

and to serve a copy thereof upon and the full maiden name of ,
the plaintiff or plaintiffs attorney,
whose name and address Is: the mother, along with the date
of birth.
800 Main Street and place The required
Daytona Beach. Florida fee of $1 must accompany the i
not later than May 19th. A.D. 1961. Holsum r !
If you fall to do eo, decree pro application, forms for which can V l
confeaso will be entered againstyou 25 FREE
for the relief demanded in the be obtained from the county PEANUT ,BUTTER 59C ,
bill of complaint. The nature of I health department and from 2 Ib.;jar TOP VALUE STAMPS I
S said suit being for divorce.
WITNESS my hand and seal of many schools. with the purchase of J

said. n. Court 1961.Official this 13th day of AprilA. I The certified copy of the certificate -I Swift' Pure Creamery 16 oz. bottle Kraft'sBUTTER J

( Seal) E. A. SMYTHE is required for FRENCH DRESSING
Clerk of said Circuit Court register-I 69
April 20-27 & May 4-11--4tc ing children to enter 1 lb. quarters. '; and this cOUpon' t

THE grade of public or private school, Coupon void
SEVENTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT, William said.. If the child was'I Southern ,
TY, FLORIDA IN CHANCERY born another state or another

EDWARD ELVRADO BARNHILL country the certicate must be BREAD --2 loaves 29" 50 FREE

Plaintiff. obtained from that source, he
said. .. "
Defendant The certificate needed for Food King 2% can with the purchase of
IN THE- NAME OF THE STATE school registration is issued in PEARS .3' 99" Raid House & Garden
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TO: Grace Russo Barnhill I I two forms: a full certified copyof 'for' INSECT BOMB
whose residence and address and this
I the coupon
original or a wallet size '
is unknown. I New Welch's- ,
+YOU ARE HEREBY NOTIFIEDthat registration card encased in : Coupon void May 13.61.
a suit for divorce has been
plastic. Either is acceptable for I FIEsTAPUNOH --- --- ------
brought against you in the Circuit ; ,. f 33'
Court of Flagler Countv. Florida, school Williams ,concluded noting can
in Chancery, bv EDWARD EL- 50 FREE
VRADO BARN HILL. styled as that all correspondenceshould

above file,and personally you are or hereby by attorney requiredto be address to the Bureauof Chase & Sanborn TOP VALUE STAMPS 1

with the Clerk of said Court at Vital Statistics, Florida State : with the purchase of )
Bunnell. Florida, your answer or :
_written defenses if any to the Board of Health, p.0., Box 210, I 3 pkgs. Pillsbury .
Complaint in said suit on or before COFFEE Lfc 55 '
the 12th day of June. ,1961. Jacksonville 1, Florida.. CAKE MIXES
and to serve a conv thereof upon I and this
RICHARD E. ,CONNER. Attorney coupon

for P.O. Plaintiff Box 1566 New whose Smyrna address Beach.is SMALLEST BIRD I Limit one with $5.00 or more food order Coupon void May 13-61 i

Florida. The. smallest bird known
,- hereby designated as the newspaper man is Calypte helenae a Cuban
in which this Order shall be : I QUANTITY RIGHTS
published once a week for four. (4) hummingbird called the
HEREIN FAIL NOT' OR JUDG c'bee"It grows only 2% inches

WITNESS my hand and seal of s r 1 Thurs. Fri. Sat. ,
said Court at Bunnell. Flagler t
County. Florida this 8th day: of FREE May 11 12 13, 1961
May.: A.D. 1961.
Clerk of the Circuit Court extra gallon of your choice MOB.
thur FrL
8 A.M. 6:45
Fl\gh"r County Florida. PJ4.
" .. Richard E. Conner .with.. each gralloir you buy t Sot 8 JLH. 9

Attornev T1. O. Box at 15 Lw;< .. Mary Carter Paint ,Store I

May, 11-18-25 ,&, June 1-(tc Al. Weet_.. $fc.9pa* Crater Ii i

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2i i f tf \ Thursday, May 11, 1961 THE'FLAGLER, TRIBUNE, BtlNNELL. FLORIDA PAGE THREB

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! ,.- .--. 'jAg Commissioner Manhattan area last'weekend. I RESOLUTION ON THE DEATHOF
; f Conner was participating in i MRS. ELIZABETH BIDDLE
i. I
!i.I I I Conner Speaks In the- "April is Agriculture" monthat Beyond the sunset she has gone
I GET ENTRY TICKET AND the Florida Showcase exhibit
.. { To rest a llttfe"while;
, I in Rockefellre _Center., This is
New York I Leaving memories
J Qf loving
of the
part agricultural promo:
: DEPOSIT. STUB HERE Commissioner of Agriculture I tion program of the Florida Development words
,And the kindness of her smile.
E sSHELTON'S Doyle Conner sold produce buy f Commission. -
f housewives Whereas: On April 21, 1961God's
editors and
t ers, food I I
During his visit, Conner, together
touched loving
finger our
FLAGLER,. _of New York? City ,on Florida's I with \
Clyde Keys a member Sister and she slipped
: f contribution to the Nation's din I away
of the Development Commission from Earth's dark shadow to a"
Super Market, Food Store 1 ner tables during a visit to the I I attended a receptionfor brighter-day. And

Ij food editors of the New York Whereas: Sister Biddle had a
,,. Railroad Ave. Moody Blvd. j:area, took part in a national long and useful life and madea
BUNNELL- FLORIDA FLAGLER BEACH, FLORIDAWEEKEND Farm Products I Ii network radio show hosted are' friend wherever she went she
I ception for produce buyers and
served our Chapter well.
; i Shows GainesSales I had a meeting with various agricultural -I Therefore: Be It Resolved that
," : t officials of that sectionof
shall cherish her
of Florida farm productshave I I, I we always
racked up consistent over- the country. I memory and we know the Chapter

theyear'gains since last August, He also, visited th eNew York has lost a worthy member.
: r the Florida, State Chamber of market areas and talked to produce Therefore Be It Further Re-
Commerce reports buyers attending a fruit solved: That a copy be spreadon
the minutes of Bunnell Chapter
I auction of
on one the piers.
1 01 "For the seven-month period, No. 93 Order of Eastern Star,
Conner. ended his after visiting
_. g r n- LIi August through just released., several stores a copy sent to her family and
I grocery I
February figures cash receipts where he talked to housewives a copy sent to The Flagler Tribune '
from farm sales totaled $460317,000. ,- for publication.
about fruits
and vegetables
c This figure is 15 percent
; or $60,514,000, more than grown in Florida. Lovingly and fraternally sub
sales during the year-ago com Many Florida agricultural I mitted, .' I
parable period. groups contributed to the program i.
Caroline Swayze
by furnishing the com '
;; I "Part of this gain came dbout I i modities used at the various receptions Jennie Green
as a result of a drop in sales Martha Mercer. I
I meetings.
I for a period of ten consecutive and

months prior to August last I .
I year. However, the current figure RCA VICTOR THE OUTBOARDERAuthorized

Drawing At... is still $30,428,000 above LIVING COLOR TV Evlnrude Dealer
Food Shoppers' sales in the comparable periodof "LOOK FOR TilE PICTURE BOATS ACCESSORIES REPAIRS
; 1958, the former high year. IN THE WINDOW"
Southern Radio & Television Dockage Storage Tree Ramp
"Generally favorable weather 226 E. Granada-Ph. OR 7-2001 WE FINANCE
which made high yields possiblewas OJtMOND 825 Ballough Rd-Daytona
I nt a significant factor in the
,leda I- I
9 1 f MAY 20.21.OCALA gain. Preliminary reports since
1n person I February indicate .that farm
Mtup erct sales have remained on the up CRAIG FUNERAL HOME .
n I side to date. .
-I.. l 0 aG anus BouW Conlist On Morkomp Rod,Tw: .Mil**Sovth of Ocefo '"Sales of all types of livestock A. H. CRAIG. Funeral Director
udtwcY OPEIII6
hs WssS ;Show MILLION DOLLAR I and livestock products, last August JOHN HARDIN. Associate
Ra D oY through February of this
grill'anl ftMWO year, totaled $133,083,000, up 7 LADY QXYGEN
*J5,000 LIMIT I per cent, and vegetables, citrus CONDITIONEDCHAPEL I ATTENDANT .j EQUIPPED
and field crops together came AMBULANCES
LivcFRFEfora Year:Drawing-Get Your fee Ticket Today.
19 in.
I to $327,234,000 a pert
(Certified Grocers Members and Employees,or.Families Ineligible:
I crease. National average gains 1 I. .& Phone ID 7-3S32 .
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Maxwell HouseCOFFEE Grade "A" BeefChuck

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4 for f $1 Chuck Steak lb. 59* Shurfine Limit one_EVAPORATED with_$5.00_or more_food_order

Round Bone
46 oz. can Shur fine .

GRAPEFRUIT.- Shoulder Roast lb.> 59* .MILK 3 >for 39

JUICE 5 $1 00 12 oz. Copelands I Hormel's

for '

SPAM 2 for.89

Kraft's FRANKS pkg 39 ,

MIRACLE Large Size
a Wilson's Savory Brand

WHIP qt. 49 Sliced Bacon lb. 49* Limit FAD one with $5.00 pkg or more food.19 1 order 1


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; : : Margaret Presswood was

.{ > ; Jlatjle,. (Deach Mr. and Mrs. George Miles honored with a birthday party -- .
t Moody entertained with-a lunch- I by the choir of the First Bap MOODY'S

..' 0LUNA eon at ,their home Wednesdayfor tist Church on last Saturday
l BABBITT Mr. and MrsTom Rhae of evening. Floral Service ./

Telephone HEmlock 9-2093 Cincinatti, Ohio, who "are spend After choir practice, the mem-
ing their honeymoon in Daytona bers were joined by Rev. and R. MOODY-Ph. ID 7-3240
FLAGLER BEACHMETHODIST GRADUATION FOR TWINS Beach. Mrs. Millard Brock in the basement Service. Reasonable Prices

CHURCH I The twin sons of former resi- The luncheon table was deco- of the church for a social

All services held in the Wom dents, Mr. ,and Mrs. Clyde Rapp, rated with white flowers and a hour.
an's Club building. Sunday are graduating this month from white miniature bride and Birthday cake was served with CLASSIFIEDADS
School at 9:30 and worship serv- Lyman High School in the Or- cold drinks and she was pre

ice at 10:30 A. M. lando area. The boys, Jerry Lee groom. sented with a gift from the choir.
The groom is the son of Mr. Judy Stryker is social chairman
and Gary Deen, will be remem
Supplying the pulpit of the ,bered as having attended ,elementary and Mrs. Stanley: Rahe of Cin- and with Choir Director Judson

Methodist Church for Sundays. grades when they lived cinatti who were recent house Stryker made the arrangements.Allida Llatup under t&Ia heading ares
be Rev. .guests of Mr. and Mrs. Moody Luertloa
May 14 and 21 will cents per word eaeft *
here. In the' announcement
received .
75 cent U minimum charge.FOR
and Mrs. Rahe and Mrs. are
Stewart, White from Edgewater.Rev. here, Gary Dee added a
after former schoolmates.Mr. Tucker from Haw Creek SALE-Electric fan, water
White is retired serving note stating that he had been
as 'director of the Chicago selected to give the invocation spent last weekend here visit tank, electric water pump, all
ing with Barbara Weaver. in good condition and reason
Southern District. during the graduation exercisesand and Mrs. R.V.. Watson
ably priced. Call ID 7-3402,
and son from Daytona Beach
also that he was going into
'Rev. Reynold N. Hoover left Mr. and Mrs. Carlile Spivey Mary Scawlowskl. 5-11-ltp
spent Sunday here with Mr. and
the ministry and was to entera
for Connecticut wherehe
Mrs. Robert Rumill. and family from Jacksonvillewere
will join, Mrs. Hoover: who Mississippi college. here during the weekend FOR RENT-Furnished apart-
has been at the home of their ment in Idelson Building. Apply
Rev. and Mrs. Millard Brock visiting her parents, Mr. and
son. Rev. Hoover will also sup- Spending, several days last returned to their home here Mrs. John Botterbusch and his Mrs. McDonald upstairs.

plyi a church in Hartford, Conn., week here wer Mrs. Mabel Nich Monday after spending two parents, Mr. and Mrs. E. M. Spi- May 11-ltp
for the two Sundays he is there. olson of Brevard N.C. and Mrs.
I weeks vacation in Michigan.Mrs. vey. FOR SALE-Puppies, German

The Methodist Men were hap. Evelyn McCraken from Asheville I Shepherd, AKC registered, phone-

py and grateful over the out N. C. Camille Eberley and chil I DINOSAUR AGE LINGERS HE 92258. 5.4.2tc

come of their fish fry last Saturday dren from Ormond Beach spent The age of dinosaurs lingers
FOR SALE-3 bedroom house In
which was very success Mrs. Lucille Dainels from I Sunday afternoon here with her on four rarely visited islands of
Palm Harbor Canal in
ful. New York City stopped over parents, Mr. and Mrs. E. M. Indonesia. There, 10-foot-long on Flag-
ler Beach. Corner lot hardwood
\ Thursday for a visit with Mrs.E. Spivey.Mr. lizards still stalk prey, sharp ,
The first birthday of the M. Spivey on her way to Mi I claws glinting and forked floors, may GI loan. Call HE 9-

Methodist WSCS will be ob-, ami. 'and Mrs. George Priebe tongues flicking out of massive 2303 or Johnston's Realty.

served Thursday morning in from Cleveland, Ohio, stopped heads. Named Komodo dragons 4.20.4tc

their meeting at the Woman's Mr. and Mrs. Charles McCabe I over Tuesday to visit with Mrs. after one of the islands the FOR SALE-4 unit ,apartment

Club building. Mrs. Jasper spent several days last week Nettie Brusich on their way to I giant lizards often weigh 200 house. Main St. Flagler Beach,

White will be hostess. visiting in Coco Miami. !pounds. I 1% blocks from ocean. Priced to
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sell. C. Leslie Ginn, 421 Lemon
:Mrs. Virginia Moody entertained ,:::; .. .St., Palatka, EA 53534.
I Mrs. Daisy :Moody last R.k h I April 13-8tp
Thursday at the Ellinor Village ....,.,.. .5..o..p.c. TRADE OR SELL-equity of 3-

Country Club luncheon. They '. bedroom home, 2 bath, Florida
were present for the fashion
room, 2 car garage and work-
show "Beach :Bonanza," staged
shop, two old
years on 92 ft.

by. Holiday House. .. ,., waterfront lot in Venice Park for
% li: smaller home. See Emil Huber,

:Mr. and Mrs. Grover West builder, Flagler Beach.

from Palatka spent last Sunday 3.30-Tt

here with. her parents, 'Mr. and : SEPTIC TANK-cleaning -reason--
Mrs. L. E. Woods.
.m'W4J able rates. George Jarosz PhoneID

--- .. 7-3410 3.2 to 8-24-tp

Mrs. Ann Dean from Hines-
.W" J FOR RENT furnished 2 bedroomone
ville, Ga., is the house guest of ,:u ..... I bath house, Daytona Ave.
't.h .*
her son .in law and daughter, Xu "'1
Mr. and 1.lrs.V.. E. Fennell, Jr. ;:,:: :' l j;, (:;t.t f Flagler Beach. Completely ren-
:: : ovated. $65.00 per month. Keys
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:: i can be picked up at. Sullivan's
Mrs. Jimmy Mygrant was hon- fijI: Gulf Station. Nov 10-tf

ored last Monday evening witha ; -
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stork shower at the home of FOR RENT on the ocean 1 and

Mrs. Clarice Babbitt. Hostesses 2 bedroom apartments completely

were Mrs. Patsy Davis, Mrs. furnished, utilities included.

Wardeen Spivey and Mrs. Bab iJ Sensible rate day, week, month,

II ,. or permanent. Sun Sea Motel
bitt.Spring sy I
flowers were used in formerly Flagler Manor).-
the decorations and cake was II 9-15-tf-

served with coffee during the II I FOR RENT-Unfurnished large
evening. The honoree was presented -
I 2-bedroom
with many lovely gifts garage apartment.
from her friends. I Call HE 9.2318, or see Zeke
I Chaffee. 1 11-17-tf

Dr. and :Mrs. David McKenzie ** x' x' v v >(r v > >

from Jacksonville are vacation- JOHNSTON'SFLAGLER

ing here this week at the Allen BEACH REALTY CO.

beach home. ... .

Judy Stryker and her mother, ; ACREAGE '

Mrs. J. P. Stryker, and brother, See us for your real estate needs

Terry, left Thursday to accompany ., -- Office Phone HE 9.2242

Judy's grandmother, Mrs. Residence ,Phones ID 7-3691
Ruth Hahn to her home in Nor- : .and lived
they happily or ID 7.3517TV
walk, Ohio. Mrs. Hahn had I
spent several months here with :
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them. ': t. ; : ever after !' O. F. ALFORD
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Mr. and Mrs. William 'Wight- .- '. fI .,
man and family from Jacksonville ::. : < Real Estate Broker
I spent the weekend in the ':: i With this wonderful thought, how easily sleep will'come.f:

:Meeks cottage. ., BunnelL FloridaSERVICE
.. ; A sleep that's alive with carefree dreams of happy times
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Mr. and Mrs. Al Dompe from > -=: ..* '' iorever. And who's to change these dreams into reality?
Crescent City spent the week 0 '_
end in their* 'iIi ( "
beach home here.
\ _.f' -. The is shared
opportunity by business
; l: 1 many, including our I ALL MAKES

:' a,\: and industrial leaders.The services all of us render, the I Agent For

\ Memorial Community Church 1 _-- products we make, the jobs we create, and the support we RCA & PHILCO .

t later-de..tI..al ; give to.civic activities are helping to build a world where .' TUBES & ANTENNAS SOLD '

r AIR CONDITIONED i all can-live happier ever after. .,.. AND INSTALLED
fA d

; Sunday ,School 10:00 A.M. i -Southern'i\BeIE TV BobFLAGLER

Church Service- 11:00 A.- M.j .+' : ;: : rf. s "V.

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'Thursday, May 11, 1961 _-
,. -.Palmetto Club 1 I Rev. and Mrs. William L. mother. They' reutrned ;,home
Spicer, Jr., and children were Tuesday night and report that
1-'. AJi = d Members Enjoy I I'called to Bristol, Tenn.; last his mother's condition is much I
Reunion SundayThe
\ week by the Illness of his Improved.
fifth annual luncheon i

T JEAL1 reunion of the Palmetto Club ....
members and their husbandswas
,, held in St. Augustine Sun I Fourth Anniversary Sale
day. Hostesses were Mrs. C. G.
and Mrs.A. Corsages, Cut Flowers; Vase ArrangementsPotted
McGEEr-HUGHES Mrs. Cook Is Varn of St. Augustine Plants"Remember .
,J. Peterson of Pierson.
Mr. and :Mrs. Daniel Malloy I Hostess At The Palmetto Club wns a social Mother" t
Hughes of Homerville, Georgia,I A CoffeeMrs. and civic club of Bunnell V
announce the engagement of organized in the early 1920's
their daughter, Eula Jane, to : H. T. Cook entertaineda and "retired from active duty". May 14 with Flowers From
Richard Wayne McGee, son of group of friends at a 'Coffee about twelve years ago. They
Mrs. Holly Jones of Birtningham, !Friday morning at her home, now hold an annual get-to 1 Black's Flower ShopPhone
Alabama, and James McGee of I 1001 East Moody Boulevard.The gether each May.
.-; Augusta, Georgia. May Day theme was used The luncheon was served at ID, 7-3348 Bunnell
:Miss Hughes was graduated in pastel .colors arid the,refreshment : Colly's Lil Shrimp House in St:
from the Clinch County High I table was overlaid witha Augustine. During the after
School in Homerville and is I yellow Hnen cloth. The centerpiece noon members enjoyed ,a get-to-
now attending Georgia Southern 1 was a floral maypole arrangement gether at the home of Mr. and t,
College at Statesboro. II I of satin ribbons and Mrs. Varn. I .
Mr. McGee, a graduate of the seasonal flowers. Those attending were :Mr. and
\ Academy of Richmond County, Mrs. Cook was assisted by Mrs. T. E. Holden and Mr. and V NOTICE
Augusta, will receive a degreein Mrs. Walton Johnston, Mrs. Mrs. M. B. Fuller of Bunnell:
Business Administration from Isham Johnston, and Mrs. William Mr. and Mrs. C. O. Magee of
Georgia Southern College, at Deen in serving. Fifteen Flagler Beach; Mr. and Mrs.
Statesboro in June. I invited guests were present. I H. C. Miller of Daytona Beach; 1 1I
The'wedding will take place I .Mr. and Mrs. Fred B. Miller of I An Ordinance was adopted May 6, 1957, providing -
June'21 at the Homerville Methodist Chaperones for the band trip i Jacksonville; Mr. and Mrs. C. G. for the licensing, registration and vacci-
Reprinted from I to the State Band Contest in
Church.- Varn of St. Augustine and Mr.
nation against rabies of all dogs within the cor-
the Clinch County News of Friday Panama City last weekend were I and Mrs. A. J. Peterson of Pier-
April 28. Mr. and Mrs. Tony Kahlert, Mrs. son. porate limits of the City of Bunnell.
Lee Blakely, Mrs. Zack Holland,I

V. F. W. AUXILIARY Jr., :Mrs. Leslie Pache, Mrs. Keith I Mr. and Mrs. Robert Moody,,I Arrangements have been made to have a Veteri- ,
MEETS TONIGHTThe Lovell, C.: B.,Eisenbach, and Rev. 3rd, and children of Augusta,, narian at the Civic Center Building Friday, May
Ladies Auxiliary to the Thomas Pinner, and Band Master I Ga., visited here with Mr. and
I 19 1961 to vaccinate dog between the
V. F. W. Post 5213 will meet' Walter Morris. Mrs. Bobby Moody and Mr. and your .
tonight (Thursday) at the Bun Mr. and Mrs. T. E. Holden left Mrs. Lawrence West. Robert is hours of 4 :00 P. 1\1. and 6:00 P.M.:
nell Community Center. this week for a visit in Eliza. 'I stationed with the Army in Au-
The meeting is called for 8 bethton, Tenn., with their son gusta. The dog tags will be available at the City Hall
o'clock. in law and daughter, Mr. and r Mr. and Mrs.. O. F. Alford were vaccinated.
f I after they are
Mrs. Julian Caudill. Their grandson visiting in Panama City during
Visiting here this week with Terry Caudill, will graduate i the past weekend. 4
Mr. and Mrs.: Harry McKenneyare from high school this month Visiting here with :Mr. and I Male and Spayed Female.$1.00

Mr. and Mrs. N. W. Newsomof and they plan to remain there Mrs. John Jarosz are their son Female ..............._.......__........$2.00
National City, California. Mr. for the occasion.Mr. and daughter in law and granddaughter
Newsom is Mrs. McKenney's and Mrs.: L. E. Wadsworthare Mr. and Mrs. Josepli
brother. leaving this weekend to S. Jarosz and Katherine Ann, a] f CITY of BUNNELL
spend a-month visiting in Eng Dearborn, Mich. They made
Mrs. Andrew Zalewski has returned land, Ireland, Scotland, and sightseeing trip to Miami and I
from a sightseeing trip'to Sweden. They will be accompanied also visited with Eddie Jarosz I NANCY C. RODGERS, City Clerk

Savannah, Ga., and Charleston by Mr. (and .Mrs. Sandy They; were accompanied then .
S. C. McArthur- of,, Fernandina. I by Mr. Jarosz.
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Swift Premium HAMS 18 20 Ibs
35e tb 29 c
SUPER SAVE No. 21/2 Can

Camp fireFRANKS -- _'
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With $5.00 or more Food bag *
order CENTER SLICES 89* .

-Golden RipeBANANAS II Swift Seminole SLAB Fresh Pork Lean & Meaty RICE :

2 Ib)9CI BACON Half or Whole Tb We I SPARE RIBS 11,,>,49eBRANIVAM 5 tb Bag 59c' \

New Crop Fla.POTATOES. ,

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FOIL FOODS 119 N. BAY ST. PH. IDLEWOOD 7-3496 cans

25 ft. Roll Birds Eye 10 oz.

Charcoal Hood E-Z Lestare FORDHOOK
< Stokely 303


"20 ft Bag 39c BLEACH CORN 2 for 39c. '..
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Hood "33" SPEARS 27'
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Form City MAY 22-JUNE 22 I ,

Softball May 22-Flagler : :
LeagueThe lei Beach; .

May 25-Flagler Hosp.Flag.1;
Bunnell City Recreation
Flagler Hosp.-
League held its meeting Wed- May 29-

nesday, May 3. Beach; Harris-Flagler Hosp. L1 : : ddo
Flagler Beach Firemen had June 1Harris- Wadsworth;

Johnny,Mercer as representative, Flagler Beach-Flagler Hosp.

Cliff Sheffield, manager of Wars- June 5-Flagler Hosp. -Wads. "
wprth Lumber Co., Herschel worth; Flagler Beach-Harris ,

King, manager of Flagler Hos- June Harris-Flagler Hosp.; @@ n@igive'

pital and Clinic, Jimmy Ward Wadsworth Flagler Beach. ... ; %
representative _of, Harris Appli- June 12-Flagler Hosp.-Flagler

ances, Cliff ,McGriff, secretaryand Beach; Harris-Wadsworth. I I IJ
treasurer, Leslie Pache, June 15-Flagler, BeachHarris -

chairman. ; Wadsworth-Flagler Hosp. '
The boys'drew up some very June 19-Flagler Beach Wads- :

good rules. Also the following I worth; Harris-Flagler Hosp.

umpires were approved: Duane June 22-Wadsworth Harris;

Deen, James Murray, Pie Stan- I Flagler Hosp.-Flagler Beach.

ish, and Jim Mygrant. The I I The first team listed will be I be1UJr

league will open the season on the home team. 1i

Monday, May 22. Opening night I II I II ;
I we expect to get the mayors of I i I
Bunnell and Flagler Beach to I I NOTICE OF SALE
Notice is hereby given that pursuant -
\. open our season and we also I I to Final Decree of Fore-
I closure entered in Cause Number .
expect to get the Biggest Little :,4206.I in Chancery in the Circuit electrirallB
Band in Dixie to furnish music. Court of Flakier County. Florida.
I will sell the property situatedin i
We are going to have a score- Flagler County. Florida described -
board Gene Barber, city as: III
ready. All of Lot 6 and the Southerly .R'
superintendent will erect the Ten feet of Lots 4 and 5. and that j
part of Lot 7 described as follows: Tasteful and welcome electrical gifts have lasting value...are en-
Ward's F.F.A.
backstop.. Jimmy Beginning at the Northwesterlycorner
boys, as a community project, ning thence of the South said Lot 22 7 degrees and run-32 joyed long after others are forgotten. .

will the dirt and get the minutes 13 seconds East along the
spread Westerly line of the said Lot 7. So be a thoughtful giver! See the marvelous selections for mom,
field in shape. Kenny Brockett a distance of 65 feet; thence North r dad,brides,graduates,anniversaries-for that special occasion '
32 degrees 28 minutes 15 seconds
will be for
our grounds keeper '
East a distance of 61.03 feet: I at your electric appliance dealer. "
the season.A thence North 22 degrees 32 minutes

meeting of the league will 14 erly seconds line of West the :said along Lot the 7. a East-distance -, And for that really Special Gift: may we suggest a flameless electric ... .

be held Tuesday, May 16, at the erly corner of 30;feet thence to the South Northeast-67 degrees dryer,or dishwasher, or automatic range, or TV set, or other
ag building at 8 P.M. All man- 27 minutes 46 seconds West major electric appliance to lighten work and brighten leisure.
: along the
Northerly line of the
agers and umpires will iron out said Lot 7, a distance of 50 feet ;
last minute details. to the 'point of beginning of this
description. All being in Block 36 Umpires wil 'receive their softball of Moody Subdivision of '
Flagler -flu ) f z L
rules and also the new page Beach,24 recorded, of the in public Plat records Book 1 of at ;1c}tila tftf.f.m } .

rules of, the league. Flagler County Florida
at public sale to the highest and {1 J. F
There will be a night practice best bidder for cash at the north POWER & LIGHT COMPANY
Front Door of the Flagler County
on May 18 and managers'will Court House in Bunnell. Florida HELPING BUILD FLORIDA Q, '
inform their teams at what hour between 11:00: A.M. and 2:00 P.M.
on the 24th day of. May 1961.
they will have the field. (Court Seal) E. A. SMYTHE. Clerk.W. .
C. Anderson. Attorney ::3. f
See Rules of the League on another I Consolidated Building

page of this issue. I Jacksonville May 11-Itc Florida.
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Service Station CL 3-8113 PHILLIPS 66 GAS & OILS :Match and mix any color

STANDARD OIL PRODUCTS BAR & COCKTAIL i DAVTONA BEACHQuillian's Delivery in the County on Builder's Supplies Kitchenware

Tires Batteries-Minor Repairs LOUNGE Fuel Oil, Kerosene, Tractor Fuel GIFTS GREETING CARDS
-Bunnell ID 7.7119 I Open Under New ManagementCome Concrete, Inc. GasolineU. AlA Ormond Beach CL 2.0420

In and Get AcquaintedOcean 1 N. Bunnell ID 7-3678 JEWELER
Biddle Gulf ServiceGASOILLUBRICATION Blvd AlA Flagler Beach

Anderson Drug Store FLOOR COVERING O. F. BEACH

Tilecraft Company Elgin Watches-Diamonds
7 A.11.-IQ P.M.-7 Days HOTEL BAR Sick Room Supplies
State&Lambert ITS 1-ID 7-7190 .- Sundries I I "LET US FLOOR YOU" Exceptional Gifts
"The Meeting Placeof BUNNELL Armstrong & Kentile Watch Repairs-Engraving'

f Colonial Service StationEARL Flagler County" Sold and Installed 46 \V. Granada Ormond Beach

E. RICE. Proprietor jim and Yvonne Serving Moody's PharmacyFlagler All Work Guaranteed' I OR 7-2384

Ormond Beach' 'OR 7.3181
BOTTLE or BULK FOUNTAIN SERVICE Ormond Bedding and Atenna Sales & Installations

Sullivan's Gulf Service FLAGLER.COUNTrS ONLY Bunnell. Fla. Phone ID 7-3661 Furniture Co. Authorized Sales RCA VictorWe

t GuLF HOME OWNED GAS COMPANY Substantial Discounts on AllBEDSSOFASFURNITURE repair all other TV A Radio seta
PHONE ID 7-3551 $10 Tradeln Covers' Down PaymentR.
Grow PHARMACYSick S. ROBENBERRY Owner Ormond Beach OR 7.2852
Beach Information Help Flagler County ,
"Specialising-Clean Rest Rooms"In Service and BY Shopping at Home Room Supplies-Sundries 69 Granada'Ormond Deb. OR 7-6411:
The Heart of Flagler Beach BUILDING SUPPLIES
Delivery in Flagler ,BeachRt. GARDEN SHOPGray's
REPAIRS AlA 1 ml. North of, Wheel
AUTO Wagon
WICKLINE ORMOND BEACH-Tel. OR 7-1661 Garden Center
EDGAR! GARAGE Headquanera for Gardening Need Shade Trees,. Potted Plants.
24-Hour Towing Service Building Supplies Thompson PharmacyYour Ceramics. Gifts.Materials Dry Arrangement Shrubs ,
CEMENT '- CEMENT BLOCKS Health Is Wealth 1,000 plants free; one. with every
COMPLETE AUTO REPAIRS Annuals Shrubbery Fertilizers dollar you spend. Thousands! of ,
Automatic Transmission Service STEEL Put YourPRESCRIPTIONS TORO LAWN MOWERS varltles at reduced prices. Beat In
Wheel Balancing-Front End.a Flagler. Beach HE 9-2254 147 Tomoka Avenue-Ph. OR 7-051* 548 S. u.S. 1 Tlrry, Ormond Peach
Alignment ,
In Our Hands ORMOND
84O Granada Ormond-OR T-OS93 '"'
CLEANERS Ormond Drop A Prescription Shop PUBLISHERS & PRINTERS


SERVICE EVERY CLEANING Walgren AgencyPRESCRIPTIONS Exclusively _at Publishers Printers '
Repairing Rebuilding BEACHHARDWARE ID 7-3282 '
Dally S, to 6Phone o FLAGLER Phone
Central.Florida flmtM'"lall-.tti in Sick DcR..vIfl t
ID 7-3188 Supplies Sundries '
1239 Rldpewood Holly Hill 115 N. Bay St. = Bunnell' 1O W. Granada Ave. Ormond Beach BUNNELL. FLORIDA .J
OR 7-1381 OR' 7-525O Flagler Beach HE 9.2103 : d... t top

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IN.TIlE CIRCUIT COURT 'OF IN 'THE- COURT OF THE COUNTYJUDGE stalled. Description S -T f 1R! A Taxes A Cost

I FLAGLER COUNTY A trade-in allowance of one (1) TOWN OF BUNNELLLot '
.FLAGLER CHANCERY COUNTY.NO. 4235 FLORIDA.' FLORIDA, IN PROBATE.IN GE 10 watt. 6 volt. 2-way mobile 10 Block 21 ___ iiancoxv Sue Deweea ,. 31.95;
Re: Estate of unit tOl be considered in bidding. Lots 11-12 Block 91 Harris L. L. Jr. &
WILLIAM MYLES- BAKER Plaintiff Edward A. Kruger. deceased.To All equipment must meet FCDA Louise, ..,--.._:.:...._ 3:39-
All Creditors and Persons specifications. Lots 11-12 Block 93 Davis Eliza & Emanuel -
Having Claims or Demands Against The CityCommissioners reserve Hazel T.Sfc
I ', KATHERINEsBAKER Said Estate: the right to reject any and Blocks 102-103-113-114 V < ,Cobb. IL S. & Wilda 34.18
._ Defendant You and each of you are hereby all bids and also to accept the bid Lot 1 Block 123 Brown.' Nathan & Willie -
NOTICE TO DEFEND notified and required to presentany that In its judgment will be for ,sons
THE STATE OF FLORIDA. TO.: claims and demands which the best interest of the City of Lot 3 Block 129 _____ Stephenson. Lula- 9.59
Katherine Baker you or either' of ,you. may have Bunnell Florida. Lot 1 Block 130 Davis ,Fred & Eliza 9.&9
432 W.' Belmont. Apt., 402 against the estate of Edward A. Witness my hand and official Lots 3-4 Block 131 amore, Emily Es-
Chicago U, Illinois Kruger, deceased late of said seal this the 2nd day of May. A. D. tate 1.U
i You are hereby notified that a County, to the County Judge of 1961. Block 139-140 Cobb. Hoke & Wilda 20177
suit has been filed, against,you in Flagler County. Florida at his office ( Levi L. Brannam. Sr. Blocks 141-149-150-
f the above entitled cause: and :you in the court house of said City of Bunnell Florida cept R/W of US Hwy .
are hereby required to file your an- County at Bunnell Florida within ATTEST: & SR No. 100 ...____ Cobb. Hoke & Wilda 167.08-
swer with the' Clerk of this Court. eight calendar months from they I .NANCY RODGERS. City Clerk NE 55' of lots '3-4-5-6
, and to serve a copy thereof upon time of the first publication of this May 4-11-2tc & all lots 7-8-9-10
the plaintiff or plaintiffs attorney, notice. Each claim or demand shall block 151 Cobb. H.S.-& 'Wnd __ 21.77
whose name and address is: be in writing and shall state the (IN THE COUNTY JUDGE'S. COURT, The NE 55 of SE 35'
Dowda and Mlllican place of residence and post office FLAGLER COUNTY STATE OF of lot 3 Block' 167 Buckles Leroy & Carol 77.15
413 Lemon Street address of the claimant and shall FLORIDA. NE 25' lots 3-4 except
Palatka. Floridanot be sworn to by the claimant agent, I Estate of Edward A. Kruger. de- book 26 page 42
later,than,May :6th..A..D.. 1961. attorney and any such claim or ceased. block 161 __ Shaw Flora __ 2'.77Pouncey. :
If you fail to do so, decree pro demand not so filed shall be void. The State of Florida. To All Persons Lot 7 Block 161 J. F. & Eliza
confesso will be entered againstyou /s/ Helen B. KrugerAs I Interested In the Estate of beth 10.09Nelson
for the relief ,demanded in the executor of the Last Will said Decedent: Lot 8 Block 161 _.-... Louis & Mary 2.89
bill of complaint. The nature of and Testament of Edward A. You are hereby notified that a Lots 4-5-8-9 less R/W
. raid suit ;being for 'divorce. Kruger, deceased. written instrument purporting to US No. 1 block 166 V Hall. Thomas B. 10.09:
WITNESS my hand and seal of First publication May 11. 1961. be the Last Will and Testamentof Lot ''3 except R/W US
said Court this 24th day of APril May 11-18-25 & June 1-4tc said decedent has been admitted 1 block 167 __ Ezell. Italian 12.33
A. D. 1961.Official to probate in said Court. Lots 10-11-12 except
( Seal) E. A. SMYTHE. REQUEST FOR BIDS I. You are hereby commanded within R/" US No. 1 block
Clerk of said Circuit Court Sealed bids will be received in six calendar months from the 167 ______ Halifax 011 Co. 8.36
April 27 & May 4-11-18-4tc the office of the City Clerk of the date of the first publication of this Lot 2 block 168 Kennedy, Mary 11.83
OF City of Bunnell Florida in the j I I I notice to appear in said Court and Lot 5 block 169 Johnson Lillie Mae 14.06
IN THE Civic Center Building on or before show cause if any you can, why SW 95' lot 11 except .'
FLAGLER COUNTY FLORIDA 12:00 o'clock noon on the 15th day the action of said Court in admit- book 27 page 60 ; .1
IN CHANCERY NO. 4238 of May A. D. 1961 for the following ting said Will to probate should block 173 Chambers F.J. & Mar-
OLEN E. CLARK. : not stand unrevoked. garet -_ 3.27
Plaintiff.. One (1) each transistor 2-way (Seal) T. K. McKNIGHT. Lots 1-2-3-4-5-6 & SW *
vs. mobile unit; cab mount: output County. Judge. Flagler 95' lots 7-8-9-10-11-
SYBIL B. CLARK power 15 watt or more; 12 Volt or County. Florida. 12 block 179 __ Cobb Hoke & Wilda __ 28.48
Defendant. 115 Volt AC; to operate on Fre- First publication on May 11. 1961. Lots 9-10-11-12 block
NOTICE TO DEFEND quency 15585. This unit to be In- May 11-18-25 & June 1-4tc I Sheffield L. S. Jr. 7.86
THE STATE OF FLORIDA, TO: -- Frac lots 9-10 block 265 Bunnell Dev. Co. .88
Sybil B. Tract 11 except book
120 Monmouth Street.. Southeast NOTICE 56 page 262 & book
Winston Salem North CarolinaYou 57 page 191 __ 10 12 30 1.66S Brannam F. L. _+- 2.21
are hereby notified that a % lot 5 block J Lake
suit .has been filed against you in Notice is hereby given that the following described lands or so much Terrace Sub Capitaneious Geo. ........ 2.27
the above entitled cause; and you thereof as will be necessary to pay the amount ,due for taxes herein LINCOLN HEIGHTS SUB
are hereby required to file your answer set opposite same together with cost of such sale and advertising. Lot 9 block 4 Miles Gladys __ ,.11
with the Clerk of this Court will be sold'at public auction on the first day of June 1961. at the Lots 2-3 block 5 Warren. Lula & Teresa .
and to serve a copy thereof upon office of the City Tax Collector in the Community Center Bundling & Osborne Jeanette 7.86

the plaintiff or plaintiff's attorney beginning at 10:00 o'clock A. M., in the City of Bunnell. Flagler County Lot 9 blk 5 .: -- ....-_- 1.; i Crufford. Steve & Vern-
f., whose name and address is: Florida. ell *______-_ ________. 14.56
Hirschman CARVER SUB .
Joseph 401H Main Street 'Lot 1. Block 59 _. Robert Fairish Jr. & Eve- Lots 12-13-14 blk 1 I Underwood. Robert &
Beach. Floridanot lyn _*_.._. 1.70 Willie Mae 23.61
Daytona -
later than June 8th. A. D. 1961. All Lots 3-4. Block 65 ..J.V.. Cauley & Ellamae 18.00 Lots 7-8 blk 1 Johnson Issac & Viola 16.30
do decree 102-103 Elsie Davis & Hazel Emanuel SUB .
If you fall to so. pro BUNNELL IIOMESITES .
confesso will be entered against : ". _.__....:-._ 3.95 Lots 1-2 blk 1 Williams Charlie &
you for the relief demanded in the Lots 11-12. Block 93 Hoke S. Cobb Wilda H & Lorche _.-- 1.38

bill of complaint. The nature of Dalton H. s. 9.40 Lot 14 blk 4 Underwood. Joe & An-
said suit being for divorce. All Blocks 113-114 Hoke S. Cobb. Wilde & nie 1.26

WITNESS my hand and seal of Dalton H. 1'1.80I Tract 1 bIll C __.. 22 12 30 10 Tope. J. L. _.s_ 1.99
'I Lot 7, Block 116 Jacob Epstein & Theresa. 2.60
said Court this 27th day of of April Lots Block TOWN OF DUPONTLot
A. D. 1961.Official 1-10-11-12. 2 blk 58-fraction Crabtreee Mrs. Delora .'16
( Seal) E. A.- 124 __ Riley King ...._....._.._.._...... 6.60 Lot 1 blk 63 Brown. W. H. _______ .76
Clerk of d Circuits Court Lot 3. Block 129 .._-- I Lula Stevens __ 4.00 Lot 3 blk 82 __._ Forton Arthur .76
May 4-11-18-5-4tc \ Lot 1. Block 130 ___ Fred Davis & Eliza 4.00 Lots 7-8 blk 83 Eberlein. Mary E. .76
r .-- -- All Block 139 _.._ Hoke S. Cobb & Wilda H. 8.90 Lot 5 blk 101 Stenbeck John ___ .76
IN TIlE CIRCUIT COURT OF All block40 Hoke S. Cobb & Wilda H. 4.35 Lot 10 blk 112- Ruggles. Irma ___ __ .76
FLAGLER COUNTY FLORIDA All Block 141 __ Hoke S. Cobb & Wilda H.. 20.10 Lots 11-12 blk 112-- Crie, R. A. .76
IN CANCERY NO 4233 All Blocks 149-150 ex- Lot 3 block 124 Crie. Kelly B. ,.76
EDITH MALONEY'Plaintiff cept R/W US No.1.. ; Hoke S. Cobb & Wilda H. Lots 5-6 blk 125 Conner. :M. T. _4.6
& Dalton 159.70 Lots 9-10-11-12. blk 135 Abelman Abe-estate .76
Lots 3 to
10. Inc.
Tract 5 book 42- '
ex. .
vs. R/W US No. 1. Block 9 Ciaverella. A. 2 27
285 blk B 2 13 30
THOMAS MATTHEW MALONEY.Defendant. 151 -...M: _- ......,.:..,,, Hoke S. Cobb. Wilda H. & Lot page.25 Dupont Estates- -

Dalton ...... .., 35.60
NOTICE TO DEFEND SE 35 ft. lot 3 except ? Sub 38 10 31 9.0i Marine Realty Co. 19.07
THE 'STATE OK FLORIDA, TO: Lot 31 Jose Park Sub Cockman J. M.VIl-
Thomas Matthew Maloney R/W US No. 1, Block ma _....._... .' j _.,- 6.27
157 Leroy Buckles & Carolyn .. 57.50
Residence Unknown NE 25 ft. Lot 3 NE 25 ARTESIA SUB
You are hereby notified that a ft. of SE 20 ft. Lot Lot 14 blk 4 Que-ess Laboratories.Inc. .

cult has been filed against you in 4, Block 161 Flora Shaw _._____.. 4.30 blk 15 1st 2.18
the above entitled cause: and you Lot 7.. Block 161 ,Finner J. Pouncey &. Eliza Lots
are hereby required to,file your answer _.. _._ 8.00 add to Artesla Sub Bevel G. M. & Grace 31.87
with the Clerk of this Court. Mary South 2Y.a ,acres ot Jot .
and to serve a copy thereof upon Lot 8. Block 161 Topsy Nelson_ & 10 ______ 26 11 31 2.5 0( Varn. Claude G &:Mary 2.44
Louis Nelson 8.00
the plaintiff or plaintiff's attorney. Lot 10. Block 165 __ Chester Thomas & Rosa Lee 1.90 Lots 3-4 block 6 Sun- Ogdirt. Julia 4';'
Beach Sub
whose name and address. is: Lot '3, Block 167 Italian Ezell ._.. _.._...,_. 14.50 rise 6 Cochran-
Ray Selden Lot 2, Block 168 Mary Kennedy 21.50 Lot 5 block
Place Sub Johns, Theo & Helen 4.99
800 Main Street Frac. Lot 5. Block 169 Lillie Mae Johnson .__... 18.00 -
Daytona Beach. Florida Lots 1-2 Block 179 Hoke S. Cobb & Wilda H. 7.50 Lots 2-3-14 block 7
Cochran Place Sub Jones. Florence _____ 11.39
not later than May 26th. A.D.. 1961. Lots 5-6 Block 179 Hoke S. Cobb & Wilda H. 7.50
If you fail to do so. decree pro Lots 3-4-7-8-9-10-11-12. MODEL LAND CO. SUB

confesso will be entered againstyou block 179 ..... Hoke S. Cobb. Wilda H. & Block lA-all except : '"
for the relief demanded in the Dalton ...____-..-.... 41.10 book 20 page 173 & .,i-.
bill of complaint. The nature of Lot 7. Frac. Block 261 except book 36, page V v:
Unknown .... .. 1.20
--- -- _.___ Burnsed Ralph & Grace 4.71
said suitbeing for divorce. Lots
2-3. Block 2, Lincoln Pa t6of
WITNESS my hand and seal of Hts. __, I block lA-book
Ed London & Lucy __..__ 3.10 Burnsed Ralph & Ur-
said Court this 21st day of April Lots 1-2. Block 1. Bun- 36-page 346 '
A. D. 1961. I Homesites __ Charlie Williams & Larche 1.35 sula .5'1'
(OfficialClerk E. A. SMYTHE Lots 12-13-14. Block 1. Robert Underwood & Willie I WHISPERING PIXES SUB ..

of said Circuit Court I Carver Sub Mae .-..,....__.- 2.05NANCY Lot 6 block 2 Powers. J. R. 2.89
April 27 & May 4-11-18-4tc
C. RODGERS City Tax Collector. City of Bunnell Florida Lot 10 block 5 ...__ Kendall. Edna _t....r.. 67.2<
ORDER OF PUBLICATIONIN May 4-11-18-25-4tc Lot 22 block 24 Krazanowskl Helen 3.21
, CIRCUIT COURT OF THE' Lots 7-8-10 block 33 _. Davis A'onzo W. et al 5f.4Or
, SEVENTH JUDICIAL CIRCUITIN NOTICE Lot 6 block 3* Raiford. Baldwin &Annette -
FLORIDA. IN CIIANCKRY. Lots 4-5 block 40 McFarland M. L. & lrm<< 5.77
NOTICE OF SUITS t, CHANCERY Notice is hereby given that the following described lands will be All block 41 Brantley Verney &
NO. 4:3:. sold at public auction at 12 o'oclocknoon on,the' 1st day of June A. D. Ann 6.27
ROGER JOHN CULVER 1961 at the front door of the Flagler County Courthouse in Bunnell Lot 9 block 42 __ Parker. Pal Jr. & Virgins -
Plaintiff Flagler County. Florida to pay the amount due for taxes herein set ..___._...._ 3.07Zalezzie
vs. opposite the same together with all cost of such sale and advertising Lots 5-6 block 43 H. K. _____ 4.49
VIRGINIA DORIS CULVER. R. G. MERCER. Tax. Collector. Flagler County. Florida. Lots: 13-14 block 43 Parker. Pal Jr & Vir-
. Defendant. ginia _..- 4.99
IN THE NAME OF THE STATE Description S' 'T R A Taxes & Coat Lot 1 block 47 Parker. Pal Sr n.%&:
OF FLORIDA: All Frac .20 12 28 54 Ward Jake P. _.. 7.36 Lot 16 block 47 Parker. Pal & Irma 3.21
t TO: VIRGINIA DORIS CULVER All Frac 21 12 28 14 Ward Jake P. __ 2.44 Lot 15 block 47 Lenham. H. W. 3.21
Residence Address: UnknownYou 'VIi of SW1l. 2 12 29 80 Sheffield L. S. & Alma 67.72 Lots 10-11 block 54 Powers. V. J. & Mary 4.49
are hereby required to file your SE3f 3 12 29 160 Sheffield. L.S. & Alma 119.22 Lot 8 block 63 Flagler
answer with the Clerk of this Tr 1 Block 12 37 12 29 20 Voss. M.Fennlmani. ___._ 3.53 Harbors Sub Sims. Hal M. & Virginia -
Court to the Bill of Complaint filed Tr 2 Block 7 20 12 29 10, ; Effie Mae 1.99 _.___________ 4.21
herein against you In the above Tr 2 Block 8 21 12 29 20 Stiller. Bernard 3.33 Book 57 page 111 12 12 31 0.22 Greene W. E. Jr. 3J21

entitled cause on or before the Block 16 All 21 12 29. 40 Cobb. D. H. 23.01 AMENDED SUB OF VENICE PARK
19th day of May. A. D. 1961 and Block 13 All 22 12 29 40 Cobb. D. H. 23.01 Lot 14 block 68 ______ Johns Theo & Helen 54.40
serve a copy thereof upon Law- Tract 1 Block 14 _- 22 12 29 20 Cobb. Hoke S. 11.83 Lot 8 block 77 Koskela Andrew & '
rence W. Borns. Esquire plaintiff's Tract 1 W% Block 8.. 29 12 29 10( Eldrid e. F. F. 1.99 Nina _,_ 3.71
\ attorney. herein whose address is St.'Johns Park Add MAGNOLIA GARDENSLots
: ,. 416 Seabreeze Boulevard. Daytona Lot 21 Block 11 Fenneman Mrs. Ella M .76 1-2-3 block 2 Ebert. Edna 3.21
Beach. Florida. "The Flagler"Tri- Lot 30 Block 14 Stiller. B. .76 Block 9 except lots 1-2 Yelvl gton. Russell 2.57
bune" is hereby designated as the Lot 38 'Block 14 Hasten. Arthur .76 That part of E% of ** .
newspaper in which this ;order Lot 9 Block 16 Stenbeck. John .7fr NEU not subdivided ** *:S
: shall be published once a week for E% Block 10 _. 32 12 29 20 Pellicer. Lucille 11.83 except the west 500' .I
J.. 4 consecutive weeks. HEREIN Block 9 _- 32 12 29 40 Pellicer. M. P. 25.20 & except book 47
I, FAIL NOT OR A DECREE PRO Tract 2 except Road page 199 & book 47 V I
CONFESSOVILL BE ENTERED R/W Block 1 33 12 29 20 Ramsey. 'H.J. & Ger- page 255 & except

YOU FOR SUCH FAIL- trude .._. 4.33 book 53 page 280 13 12 31 8 Upson. Ida ..-... ._........,. 5.57:
l AGAINST Block 2 except Road Book 53 parse 280 13 12 31 10 UpsonRC. & Dorothy 3.21
The nature of this suit is a bill R/W -u. 33 12 29 40 Ramsey. H.J. & Gertrude FUQUAY'SUB ,

for divorce. ._____ 7.02 Lot 14 block 3F __-_.. Ross.W.H. Sr. & Mabel 26.25
WITNESS my Hand and seal at All Block 7 33 12 29 40 Ramsey H.J. & Ger Lot 16 block 10 Hunt. T. B. & Anna .. 23."
Bunnell. Flagler County Florida trude ...._...-'+___._ 6.52 Lots 9-24 block 19 -' Crews. C. V. _-- .__ 59.62
this 13th day of April. A. D. 1961. Block 10 All 33 12'' 29 40 Cobb. H. S. & D. H. 6.24 Lot 13 block 24 Mairer Rosa H. 3.21
(Official Seal) E. A. SMYTHE Block 12 All 33 12 29 40 Pellicer. M. P. & Anna 25.20 LoU 22-23-24 block 25 Glnn. C. L. ...._. 77.44
As Clerk Circuit Court. Block 15 All 33 12 29 40 Cobb. H. S. & D. H. 6.02 Lots 1 to 24 incl block /
Flagler County Florida SV4 Tract 1 & Tract 3 V 32Lots Kloska Olga ?,?.,.??_ 16.61
April 20-27 & May' 4-11-itc Block 6 36 12 29 20 Coppersmith. B. 3.83 1-2 block 34 Choeca. Amelia ___ 1.94
t F Block. 4 AU... 3 13 29 40 Pellicer. Claude J. & Lot 4 block 36IORNINGSIDE Sheeler Bryce & Jo-
:Mary _L 23.51 anne 1.04
Tract 2 Block 1 4 13 29 20 Pellicer. C. J. 9.59 SUB

mitt 'SHlaglrr QJributtr All Block 2 4 13 29 40 Pellicer. Claude J. '& Lot 25,' block 3 Amore, Alphonso. &
} Mary 12.33 Helen 2.44
Book 51, Page 394., Lot 4. block 8' Johnson P. I& Doro- t
-, BUNNELL FLORIDA 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 Heinricht. Emil & Ger-
J. VVVVVVVV 6.52 -J aldine _.. 2.44
Lots 15-16 37 13 29 20 Kendall, George E. 11.83 Lot 3 block 33 "+ Zunno Evelyn 1.04
MRS. M. B. FULLER Editor Lots 51 to 62 incl except Lots 28-29 block 2 : ",
I 1 acre in lot 52 37 13 29 99, Kendall. George R. & Mobbs SubATLANTA Wilson, Helen "6.27
Edna 44.13 BEACH SUB
Designated .Official Publication Book 3 Page 341 part Lots 1 to 9 incl. block 2 .;, Woodhead James I.35.21
of SEVi 26. 13 29 25 Kendall. George & Edna 4.51 Lots 10 to ,14 incl, block
for Public Notice of Flakier Book 9 Page 159 & 2 '! Merwitlzer. Louis & Do- '
book 3. page 336 & Ian J. D. Trustees 20.85
CouBty, Mumlelpo.lltl therein book 38 page 380 ._- 36 13 29 50 Kendall. George & Edna 24.01 Lots Ito12&16 to %0. ,':
. .f and he State of FloridaEntered Lot 28 Baxley Subdivision incl block 4 ..*. Merwitlzer. Louis & Do-
wt -.' Torance. Tom & Ruby 10.09 ,"... t Ian. J. D. Trustees__ 68.20
Lot 5 Baxley Subdivision Lots 1 to 12 Incl. & lots *> ,.
class ... .. Thomas: Pearl Lee 8.98 16-17-18-19-20 block 6 V:;V' Merwitlzer. Louis & Dolan -
_ mm second matterFebruary KNOX JONES SCD. J.D, Trustees 45.U
e,ia13.at die .....t..eeat Lot 2 Block E Scott. Jane .. 7.36 Lota 10 to 14 Incl. block \
Lot 6 Block E Wilson Z. \V. & Rosa.. 14.06 8Lota Merwitlzer, Louis & Dolan '1;
Bnunell Florida under act of Lot 9. Block E Jackson. Willie 7.36 J.D. Trustees __ 14.45
Lot 15 Block E.-: .:. Favors. Hugh .._.._._ 4.01 1 to 12 & 16 to 20 I
March 3, 187*. E Phillips. Louis 1.21 Merwitlzer. Louis &
J ot 12 Block tact block 11 ---_:. Do-
Lot 13 Block E __.._.: I ... Toner. Helen M. 1.21 Ian J.p. Trustees 11.89 I.
Lot 3 Block F .. Thomas. Richard Jr. 2.32 Book 27 page 356 block '
One year, 4-.KO Lots 8-9 Block F Longwood Gaines & A Frac 8 13 31 3 Savage Margaret H. H.gO

dIx month. ,UIt Alice 14.56 Lot 6 block 7 Flagler
Tract 2 Block 1...;:..._: 9 12 30 20 Flagler Cattle Buyers Gardens Sub Blrn Anna j:2Ssctor '
Ass. Inc V 36.92 5-4-4tc R. G. MERCER. Tax Coil Flagler County Florida

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Professional Man card canvass. "In; making the I make every effort to clear up House He will be glad to call aly on your lawn and orna-

canvass, we'll mail a double the source of his dissatisfaction. on you and instruct you personmental problems.
card to each customer. The
post -- -
At Flagler Beach
cards will be mailed on Monday :
', Now Is The Time To
so people will start receiving

For; Golf Course; _' them about Tuesday or Wed. Fertilize Your GrassBy The Dental Office of ...,

Walter Czewonka, certified nesday. We hope' that everyone
public accountant from Massa- will take a minute to fill out ( Howard Taylor) Dr. Allen Reynolds

chusetts, is, spending two weeks the return half of the card and Many lawns in the county I '
in the Flagler Beach area look- mail it to me. need to be fed. Lawns-just as Will be closed May 20th. thru May 24th while he
and I need food and the .
ing for a possible site for an "We're not necessarily seek you -
I month of May is an ideal timeto is attending the Florida State Dental Conventionand
18-hole golf course. It would be ing compliments, the manager
feed lawn.Augustine .
built soon in connection with pointed out. "If any of our customers your
St or Bitter Blue The Society for Dentistry for Children in
some new.homes for professional have criticisms, we would
groups.Mr. like to know them. Commentslike grass and most other lawn Miami. '
grasses except Centipede should
these help us to give customers
Czerwonka, Pal Parker
be fertilized four times
said. the kind of service they I generally
purchased some acreageat want. per year: In March, May, July
Flagler Beach two years agoMd and late September. J--

has surveyed. and SUbdivided Similar post card canvassesare Fertilize a lawn tightly and I
it for homesites for "doc-
planned for many other frequently to receive best results
tors, lawyers and accountants areas where Southern Bell Telephone Apply 25 pounds per 1,000 EVANGELISTIC SERVICESWill
_:. who to build in
plan the $20,000
I Company operates. The square feet of either a 66.6 or
and up bracket." purpose is to find out which,customers 6.8.8 or 6.8.6 fertilizer. be held at St. Johns Park Community Hall
"The golf course," Czewonka have complaints so that This fertilizer is available locally I'
said, "should require abdut 90 the company can try to remove at hardware and farmer's I Commencing Tuesday Night at 7:30, May 9th

acres to create a really good the of these J houses.
with cause complaints."That's supply I Continuing'each Sunday, Tuesday, Wednesday
course hazards and
our .most important' Certain varieties of grass require -
: adequate for playing, and a job-giving customers the kind j different levels of fertilization I and Friday Evenings
membership club house.*' of service desire Leach if in doubt I
they: 1 j so contact
'"Mr. Czewonk has another ALL HEARTILY INVITED TO ATTEND
said. "We'll contact everyone j your County Agent whose officeis
subdivision in the central part who replies unfavorably and in the Flagler County Court I .
state," Parker said, "but prefersthe
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coolness of the beach area I
especially for summer living. Snapshots: Crossing The River
Insured & Rest AssuredGET
He has spent his vacation in

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years, but he brings his THE BEST PROTECTION FROM] :JT
. friends up here to fish wherewe
can catch 'cm.

.. George Cramer, also of Massachusetts H. T. COOK AGENCYCitizens
is with him again this

year and inspected some acre Bank Bldg. Bunnell, Florida
-' age in the Mprningside Development I I-u------- -

in mind area," Parker with a added.golf course :!......J'.J'I.....J'I.....J'I.-.J'I. .-...J'I.J'I.................-...-...-.-.........................-.....J'O

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. Regarding ServiceEvery s ST. AUGUSTINE. FLORIDA i iI

telephone, customer in I : Never be hesitant about calling a Garcia Ambulance. We

Bunnell receive a and postcard Flagler from Beach the telephone will ________n_.._'__ .,' are always at your service with promptness, safety and :

company in the next few A footbridge across a roaring stream, a cabin nestled against the : experience..
weeks, asking for comments 'and j side of the hill-this might be a scene from earlier times. It isn't, Equipped With Oxygen Resusitator and InhalatorGarcia
criticisms of his telephone servIce -' of course. It's not far from this picturesque spot to paved highwaysand ,
and the' that all the other conveniences of modern civilization. This photo I I
company pro Funeral Home
shows a footbridge across the Spokane River which permits pick- : :
vides it, according to W. Ray
nickers at Riverside State Park to select a luncheon site on either
E. GARCIA Licensed Funeral 1 Director
Leach, manager for 'Southern ,
side of the river. The view is a short distance upriver from the
Bell Telephone Company. "Bowl and Pitcher" rock formation in Riverside State Park, 5 LADY ASSISTANT

I' Leach calls the project. a post miles northwest of Spokane, Washington. I YrJ""ol'rl".1'JI.JArI'wI'I'.w..."'........"fft....."III..Ifj

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