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 18, 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: UF00079914:00229
 Related Items
Preceded by: St. Johns tribune
Succeeded by: Palm Coast news
Succeeded by: Flagler/Palm Coast news-tribune

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!: : VOLUME 49, NO. 19 BUNNELL, FLORIDA THURSDAY, MAY 18! 1961 \ $2.50 A YEAR i iI

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I L : Teachers Who I!Taylor ArrangesFree I Miss Daugherty Lions Club Needs i

Are RetiringHonored I Test of Cattle i Wins StateScholarship Entries Now For !

, I By Veterinarian ,- I I I
by CTA Beauty Contest

I I I County Agent Howard Taylor I Miss Mary Jo Daugherty was, I I.
:Mrs. Lucille Anderson and has arranged for a U. S. Depart .notified recently by the Hon. Entries for the Miss Flagler

Mrs.' Myrtle Cockman 'were honored ment of Agriculture veterinarianto I Thomas Bailey, superintendentof ,County Contest to be held June

guests at a buffet dinner test cattle in Flagler County schools for the State of Florida -12, 1961, at the Civic Center in

Friday evening 'at the Bunnell on Tuesday, May 23rd, 1961. that she had been awardeda I Bunnell, are requested to contact -

school cafeteria. The dinner was I The service is primarily for $400 per year teaching schol- i President Fred Fruits of the

l given by the Classroom Teachers I family milk cow owners'or persons ? arship. This scholarship was I Bunnell Lions Club, sponsor of

Association In. recognition of i owning only a few cattle.It ; =' awarded on the basis of com- the event.

25 years of service as teachersin i is particularly important that ? petitive examinations adminis- Girls between the ages of 16

Flagler County. family cows be tested for Bru- tered at the Bunnell High School and 21 who have never been

Both Mrs. Anderson and Mrs. cellosis (Bang's disease) which during the month of February.The married and are residents of
Cockman are retiring at the causes undulant fever in hu. scholarship is renewable Flagler County are eligible to

end of this school year. The I t mans. $ I each year for 'a total of four participate.

Classroom Teachers presented The veterinarian will be prepared years. Thus the total value of Contestants will appear in

each with a silver tray with the I to take blood samples to the scholarship will be $1600 for bathing suits and evening
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inscription "Recognition of Your I determine if Bang's disease is Jf '-- the four years. gowns for the event. Bathing

Faithful.Service in Flagler Coun- I I present and also perform a second I Miss Daugherty is a ,member suits will be furnished by Ruth

ty." i i test for T. B. In addition, JAX ENTRY FOR I of"'the 1961 class of Bunnell High and Leon's of Daytona Beach

Speakers were Supt. Z. D. Holland he will also vaccinate calves MISS EAST COASTAbove School. She has been active in for all entries in the contest. .

School Board Chairman between the ages of 4 to 8 the band, Future Teacher's Club, As an added attraction for
is Jacksonville's hopeof
:Mrs. ,Ria Johnston, and Assist months for Bang's disease. This Beta Club, and Tri-Hi-Y Clubs. those who will attend the con-
bringing the Miss Florida
ant Principal Edward Brunk. preventative vaccination is She will enroll in Septemberat test, a door prize will be given
I!East Coast title, back to the East
Also CTA President Byron Hin highly recommended but calves the Daytona Beach Junior which will be a bathing suit
Coast in the beautiful 18-year-
son. j I must be in the proper age I College. She is the daughter of selected by the lucky person
old daughter of JMr. and Mrs.
Kent Holland and David bracket. ;Mrs. Harry A. Daugherty of I winning. The bathing suit is a
Causby L. Shirley 642 Escam- ,
Brown gave piano solos. Following i All owners who wish to have Bunnell. I i "Ceeb's of Miami" and will also
I II bia St.,. Jacksonville.
the dinner, the group attended I this free, service should contact I be furnished by Ruth and Leon's.
:Miss Shirley is sponsored by
the Spring Concert pre- the County Agent's office in the "This firm will also furnish
the Gator Bowl Assn. She has Graduates Go I
sented by the school band which court house no later than Mon I blue-green dark auburn I clothes for members of the Idle-

dedicated a number to Mrs. An- day, May, 22nd.Warehouse. eyesr wood Club who will model a
hair, is five feet seven and one-
derson and Mrs. Cockman. Wal I To New Orleans j fashion show as a separate part
half inches tall and weighs 124
ter .:Morris, band director, sang of the. beauty contest. II
"You'll Never Walk Alone." Of pounds.She As time is getting short and
is a student at the' Uni- This Sunday I
Seasonal flowers in colors of I the deadline for registering for
'. versity of Georgia and plans to
white and yellow were used as the contest is :May 30th, it is
I Co-Op. OpeningIn become an attorney in the U. S. :Members of the Bunnell High
table decorations.. I I" suggested that any business
State Department. School Class will
Mrs. Emma Murray officiated firm or club desiring to sponsora
Ocala I leave Sunday on a five-day
in a candlelight installation girl of their choice should
class to New Orleans. !
0 service following the-dinner. Officers Letters( to Parents. I trip do so as soon as possible.
Central Florida City- of--; The scheduleT'calls for leav- ,
installed Dale The total cost to club firm
were Mrs a or \
P' Ocala Ms- prep tIng for' 'theSouth's Irig the Bunneli Schoolat I" i
Brown, Jr.; president of the CTA t Concerning School I. sponsoring a girl is only $5. See
biggest food'show, 1:30 Sunday afternoon 'by bus
I for the new year; Mrs. Viola I I Fred Fruits for details.
I scheduled for the Food Shoppers' for Jacksonville'wHere they will f \
Tonkin, vice president Mrs .
\ I I I Weekend this Saturday and Sunday ,Legislative Program board the "Gulf Wind" train for
Suzanne Bourne, secretary-treas '
. at the grand opening of New Orleans. i CommissionersBuild
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urer. :Mrs. George Clegg said today .
Certified Grocers of Florida, Inc. I They will arrive in New Orleans -
she is sending out' by the schoolchildren
warehouse. s at 8:30 :Monday morning.The Dog Pound
I Il I letters to parents ask- ,
Methodist Bible Miss America of 1961, Miss Sheraton-Charles. Hotel will
the Senator
ing them to contact The city dog pound has been
Nancy Anne Fleming, Montague be their headquarters while
School Dates I I Mich., will be the honored and Representative concerningthe there. .. completed on the city property
school legislative program. and will be for
ready operationnext
guest for the Food Their in New
l : Shoppers' Mrs. Clegg, president of the stay Orleans includes I .
: Are August 7-11 I Weekend, which starts at 10 Bunnell Parent-Teacher Associa- sightseeing tours of the The week.commissioners have made ..

A. M. Saturday. French Quarter, Mississippi River I
tlpn said "Total financial
August 7th through 11th has I I Leading food suppliers and sup- Modern New Orleans, Courtof arrangements for a veterinarianto
is levels in
needed all
port on be at the hall Frid-
been set as the dates for the manufacturers will have display I and Two Sisters Restaurant, and I city on
Florida asking
they are
First Methodist Church Bible booths in the giant warehouse- day afternoon from 4 to 6 o'-
School,. Mrs. Tommy Durrance I 210,000 square feet-on State I, them to support the legislative I They many will leave interesting Wednesday places.afternoon I clock to vaccinate dogs. Dog
for kindergarten and
program licenses will be issued follow-
said today. I Highway 464. The warehousewill TV Education.She for the return trip by
lfrs.Vllliam Deen and :Mrs. also celebrate the 13th anniversary I also said from I train to Bunnell on Thursday ing the vaccination.All .

Durrance are co-directors of the of the 300-store mem- i parents morning. stray dogs without license

Bible School this year and Mrs. ber cooperative.The Flagler County who plan to The Baccalaureate Services will be picked up and placedin
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make the mothers march to
Fred Geller is chairman of the formedin the pound after Friday. City
co-operative was I will be held in the gym at 8
supplies committee. 1947 and was incorporatedby quested to contact on Friday her are for fur-re I P.M., May 28, with'Rev.' Millard officials said a pound fee will

Members of 'the various com- Governor Farris Bryant who ther information. Brock delivering the address. be charged on all dogs pickedup

mittees and teachers are com- was the co-op's attorney for 13 Rev.'W. L. Spicer, Jr., will ,give without licenses. .

pleting the schedule for the years. the invocation \
and the benedic-
school. City Truck' To Have tion. I Dr. Reynolds :, .

Commencement exercises will Attending S :
Tess Massie Named Dewey MoodyTo Two-Way RadioThe I be in the gym at 8 o'clock Sun Convention .

day evening with Dr. Harland
Speak To city commissioners ac -
Recreation Director Merriam giving the commence- Dr. Allen Reynolds leaving
cepted the bid of Campbell'Sales
ment address. Saturday for Miami where he ,
Rotary Club of Ormond Beach for
A meeting of the Recreation a two-way Members gf the graduatingclass will attend meeting of the
radio which will be installed in
Council was held Thursday Dewey :Moody will be the are Alice Faye Bass, John Society for Dentistry for Chil

night at the Flagler Beach Rec- 'I speaker for this week's meetingof the superinterfdent's truck. O'Neil Craig, .l\fary.1o Daugherty, dren and also the Florida State

reation Center to discuss hiringa the Rotary Club of Bunnell.Mr. The fogging machine was reported Polly Ann Forson, Dannie Earl Dental Convention in session'

recreational director for the Moody has 'become somewhat to be ready for use. As Frailey, Cary Dean Holland, Pa- there May 20 through 24.
months. The Council is |soon as insecticide is received
summer of triciaAnn Niesen, who will re
an authority on Flagler He will be accompanied there
| the machine will be used to begin r
of representativesfrom
composed County history in recent years ceive the College Preparatory by Mrs. Reynolds and also his
about 25 civic clubs and fogging when it is neces'
as a result of his long years of I Diploma. dental assistant, Mrs. Betty Mil
organizations in the county. residency in the' county and sary. Nancy Carol Brannam, a stu- ler. Mrs. Miller will also attend

Tess Massie, student at Rol through his work as a surveyorin No bids were received on oil dent at the University of Florida : the meeting of Dental Aassist-
lins in Winter Park, has to be used in street paving. The I
College in i
the county.Mr. Gainesville, will receive a ants also in session in Miami.
been named as director of the commissoners are planning to
Moody will supeak on special student diploma.
Flagler Beach recreation sum- matters of historical interest in investigate the cement process Receiving the General Educa- M. .

mer program. She will provide the county. This talk Js sched- before beginning. the. street pay- tion Diploma will be Betty Ruth George MoodyIn

supervised and planned entertainment uled for the regularly weekly ing program. Abbott, Eulene Pearl Brock, Julie Miami For

The center will openin luncheon of the Rotary Club Cornelia Gordon, Sandra Jo ConventionGeorge .

mid-June with hours from which is held on Thursdays at VOODOO. HAT Gordon, Joan Carole Hoff, Thom-

1 to 6 daily except Wednesday.She 12:30 P.Ml:, in the Masonic Hall. 'Milliard Minchew, Theodore M Moody, owner, of

will be in charge of the Voodoo 'is still a popular rite Panchella, Lois Joanri Preston, I Moody's Pharmacy of Bunnell,

Teen Dances which will begin in Haiti: African in origin, the Joyce.Marlene Ricks, Reid Robertson I II I"Is leaving Sunday for Miami to

June 20. Also the Pre-Teen LONG DISTANCE MENUIn mystical ceremony begins .at ,- and Joseph Jeffrey Seale. I attend the State Pharmaceutical
Dances which will begin June midnight and ends at dawn. I Association Convention May 21

22.A a restaurant on Paris's Left Drums roar hypnotically when EARTH'S TRAVEL IN' A YEAR I through 25. He will be accom

meeting of the Teensters Bank, the menu is chalked on' the participants dance. At the I panied there by Mrs. Moody.C. .

Club will be called in early I a blackboard. Guests seated at climax worshipers test their The earth, in its annual journey M..Carter of Daytona Beach

Jane to discuss type of dances I a distance may read the menu faith by dipping hands into. pots I around the sun, travels a will : serve as druggist during

and make plans for the dances. .by using. 0 opera glasses..' .. of boiling oil. distance: of 530,000,000 miles. 'i Mr.Moody's absence.

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PAGE TWO ,- THE,_FLAGLER TRIBUNE, _BUNNELL! FLORID4.P4 Thursday, May'a8fel9l: f t
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EEC Ry Would Buy i I I,all through, traffic,toy_the acquired ployees would J5e, adversely. ; af-. '
Sea board| tracks, thusgreatly fecte However, should: the Interstate .

Part ACL in ,red uclpg rail train Commerce Commission. >
MergerThe '- '-7I
the. ,center of all communities J order.as"a"condltJon. btlhe proposed -

Florida East Coast Rail. south of West Palm Beach to i I I merger,, sale of the Sea

way, in its petition to the Interstate Miami. board's trackage to the Florida

Commrece Commissionfor The Florida East Coast states I I East Coast,, the employees. as-
permission to intervene in that should the merger be allowed -I well as municipalities, citizens,

By Leslie Pctche I the Atlantic Coast Line-Seaboard, without this condition being and the shippers and receiversof
I Air Line I I would benefit.,
merger proceedings, imposed. many of its em- freight
Bunnell V recreation softball, Bertha pitching for theHospital. has "requested: the imposition of. < u -_.. ----.:.:.
.season will open next Monday j i I Umpires will be Murray and a condition that would, permitit d
night May 22. I I[!Stanish for the first game. to purchaseSeaboard's
The first game will find the j i I I The second game starts at 91 j,'trackage and 'facilities between : Florida East Coast Railway :

Flagler Beach Firemen facing o'clock with Harris appliance I West Palm Beach and, Homestead I

the newly formed Flagler Clinic I against Wadsworth Lumber Co. I should the ACL-SAL' merger Seeks Authority to Purchase
and Hospital team. The Phillips Penner will pitch for Harris and be approved.The I !
Oilers are not sponsored this G. Mercer for Wadsworth. Umpires points
year. will be Duane Deen and the proposed petition ACL-SAL out mergeris thatif Seaboard Air Line Railroad: ;

The standings of ,the season Jim Mygrant. consummated
a,large percentage -
last year were: Wadsworth, of the traffic which the Between ;

9-5; Phillip Oilers, 9.5; Harris FEC Ry. now has would be di- !
Applianpce, 6-8; Flagler Beach CONSERVATION NEWS verted to the merged railroads. West Palm Beach and i

Firemen, 311. Dicjc) Littlefi ld This would have a detrimental .
was the leading batter with a By Tilman W. Robinson
on the entire East Coastof Homestead
520 average' ; Cliff Sheffield,' 462; Harold Rawls, soil scientist, Florida, as it would 'mean de-
C. Wall, 425. Sammy Bertha, Soil Conservation Sere Ice, Lake creased freight and passenger

leading strike-out artist of the City, has recently completedthe service. It would'further place t
league, will pitch for the Hospital. classification of soils on the the'FEC in a financial crisis aft The Florida East Coast Railway has requested.

: Duane Metts, who was farms of: I. J. Pemberton, T er just emerging from trustee- in its petition to the Interstate Commerce Com-

tied for home run> honors with ,Double L Ranch, Bulow Ranch, ship 'January 1 of this year. mission, the imposition of a condition that would !
two, will be opening the season Joseph Bator E. R Fillinger, .
Ry. by its acquisitionof permit to purchase that portion of the Sea- ;
for the Harris, Appliance. John Kempistry, Steve Cyzycki, the Seaboard's tracks south of board Air Line Railroad ,
south of West Palm'Beach
Mayor George Wickline' of Howard Lerch, Anthony Pai\- ,West Palm Beach would divert
Flagler Beach and Mayor Levi 1 chella, and J. E. Holt. should the Commission approve the
Brannam, Sr., of Bunnell will The above landowners have I Atlantic Coast Line-Seaboard merger. This proposal

participate in the opening cere- signed conservation agreementsand I WANT TO PLACENEWSPAPER if carried out. would:
monies. Some music will be become cooperators with the I A AD I

furnished by the, Bunnell Band." !Flagler Soil Conservation Dis- SA'LNG'Y0UNG- 1-Provide shipping public with faster. and ,

The first game will begin, atj I:trict. Putting the soils of each MAN WANTER".,. better freight service.
7:15. Flagler Beach Firemen |into its proper class is the first I
vs.1 2-Permit improvement; in passenger train
Flagler Hospital? with step in the development of conservation %.t.tI
Pitcher-I service with schedules.
more frequent :
for the. |[: plans on their farms.
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Fri. Dec. 8 St. Joseph _._.....____..A & B._.____.____.There.____.__._....7:00 communities served by the Florida East

Tue. Dec. 12 Taylor High ___...__B & G..________-Here___.___-7:15 Coast Railway. t

Fri. Dec. 15 Father Lopez _____.A & B._____.._...Here...___.__.7:00 4-Expand local railroad employment as a I ,
Tue. Dec. 19 Fla. Milt.. SchooLA & B.__._i......Here..__.__.___..7:00
result of increased traffic.
Fri. Dec 22 Open ,;

Fri. Jan. 5 Crescent City ..._.._.B & G..._.__.__..Here.___._x..7:00Tue. .
Jan 9 Father Lopez ..___A '& B...__.__.___.There._._.______.7:00 For more details, secure i.
Fri. Jan, 12 Fla. D &..B..____.__..B & G.________...There__.._.._._.7:00 SAY,THIS IS a copy of this new book-
Tue. Jan 16 Open :

Fri. Jan. 19 St. Joseph ..._.___...:A & B._.....__...._.Here...___.......7:00 ;\ FOR FLORIDA". ;

Tue. Jan. 23 Taylor High .___..B & G___.._.__...There......_.._._.7:15 t Copies are available at ;

Fri. Jan ,126 Oviedo .......:..__._...B & G./...._..__..Here.__.._____...7:00 your nearest Florida I I
Tue. Jan 30 Fla. D & B ...___...B & G._...____uJ.Here..______...._.7:00 FOR East Coast Railway ;

Fri. Feb. 2 Crescent City _____...B & G._____.There..__-______I..7:00 :FLORIDA Ticket Office or .
Feb 8, 9; 10 Conference Tournament
Tue.' Feb. 13 Open'' write Executive Depart- .r
ment Florida East Coast
Fri. Feb. 16 Callahan .__.:..._._...A & B.._.._____.There..__....:____.7:00
I Tue. Feb. 20 Fla. Milt. SchoolA & 'B.__________.There_._________.6:30Sat. _=:.,_=;= Florida.Railway, St. Augustine, ; t tl I

Feb. 24 Hawthorne ...1-..-B & G._...,..-...Here...-..-.....-7:00 I l i
March 1. 2, 3 District Tournament .
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[ia4de u tu, Ut Qlvtitta Lantana grows throughout the|J ate its fruit 'sucked on the
state. In south Florida native I flowers.

... THE -,. I Danger lurks in nearly every species bloom and fruit,.all year. ,I'I So far as known the ligustrum

garden. So, 'beware of" poisonous Related varieties are grown in I has a-good record in Florida, but
northern Florida as ornamental : in Europe a' number of children
plants. One fatality and a rash .
I plants. have died from fruit
I eating
children Is the
of critically' ill I II
record for Florida this spring. I of this glossy privet The hy-
Latana is a shrub from three I I
drangea has at least one mark
to five feet tall. The flowers
I Ornamental plants are the 1 against its name as a poisonous -
___ ,worst offenders. I have four lobes and are tubularin I plant.
I the lower part. They 'may be I II

Many parents believe in let- creamy white, yellow, pink, I Most ornamentals are harm-

s II ting infants make "oral explora I orange, or scarlet. less, but to be safe, enjoy their

By THOMAS COLLINSDiversified tions" about the yard. It's .ore The stems are bluntly square< beauty but not their taste. It'sa
way for children to learn about I t green or brown, and may be good idea to teach children
Stocks Bring Irregular Dividends their environment, they'' say. I armed with weak, sharp spines. I Ito I avoid putting' anything in.

THIS Is a matter of money. It cent so I should really' cash in Leaves are in pairs or whorls of mouths except food.
Yet, some plants the child
case history of a 63yearold everything and re-Invest the $45- three. 'I I
tasteare as deadly as a i Even crawlers in play
man who can collect a pension 000 at the safe 4 percent I know I may pens
of $184 a month if he retires now I could get. rattlesnake's fangs.A I I I Lantana berries are green to I I i I may reach out between the bars .
(which he wants to do.) He has "But if I cash in, I must pay a blue or black, nearly one-fourth I and pull in anything within
t accumulated an estate roughly brokerage commission for part,of light snack of Gloriosa inch. in diameter, and contain reach. Grass and most lawn
worth 60000. what I cash, pay another commis- (climbing lily) tubers has one bony seed. weeds are harmless, but poisonous -
That is a pile of money for most sion for the new'investment I buy, caused death in four hours. One One leaf of the oleander is reported mushrooms may' be growing
people who retire nowadays but and on top of all that, pay another I I tiny rosary pea with its scar- toxic enough to kill an within reach. Before leaving a '
this man's dilemma may be of capital gains tax on what profitsI let jacket and jet black tip is adult. Children have been made
help to the many who retire with have.made from I I I toddler'alone in the yard, be
less. over the years."However my pot pourri a lethal dose Lucky for chil- ill by carrying oleander flowers I I sure he's not among killer
dren that the seed-coat of this i i I
around in their mouths while at :
I In his own words: suppose my present plants.
"The crabeye pea is hard and impervious play.A .
$60.000 in my estate could investments were paying me the For additional information,
be invested in a number of safe 4 percent I now want to receive.I to moisture. Uncrack- number of individuals have
places for a return of four percentor would be in an even worse mess. ed, the seed. can be swallowed suffered serious poisoning after ;ask your county agent for bulletin -

-- $2400 a year. This is $200'a The utility pays me a dividend I I without danger. But, one seed eating frankfurthers roasted on 175, "Poisonous" Plants
month which, when added to the every three months, the steel thoroughly chewed brings sure I oleander stems. Inhaling smoke Around the Home.
$184 pension, would provide a nice company sends a dividend every
$384 for my wife and myself to month, the savings and loan pays 1, I I from oleander stems is another I Subscribe to The Flagler Tribune

play in the surf. a dividend twice a year and the I I This spring lantana has been I j,way to get deathly sick. S2.50 A Year. In Advance
"If only it were that simple. mutual fund comes through every blamed for the death of one Children playing with pokeweed I
The normal fellow who January. I! I I use its purple berries to
acquires child, the illness of two others, THE OUTBOARDERAuthorize
"How can I live on an income make "play ink" "war
I or as
$60,000 acquires it in bits and
and a skin injury to a fourth.
pieces and at my age has a crazy which' comes in in such biz n" e I I paint." They are safe until one Evlnrude Dealor
The death attributed to eat-
fashion? I'd need a b'ookkce was I
quilt of investments that won't do j youngster suggests sampling BOATS ACCESSORIES REPAIRS
his tell me when another $15'i .c: I ing lantana berries. I, '_
bidding. About $15.000 of whatI i the berries. Cases of jimsonweed Dockage Storage Free Ramp
own is in our house. I bought was due and a warden to keep I Botanist Erdmah West with I I [ WE FINANCE
from poisoning have been reported -
blowing the .
this house long for $8000 big annual u. ? the Florida
ago so Agricultural
semi-annual dividends."I I in Florida after children 825 Ballough Rd-Daytona
the $7000 profit I will make if I Station believes this is the
sell it, will be don't think it's unusual for
subject to a capital I- U
many men to reach their 60's with first record of human poisoning
gains tax of about $1800 plus a 5
percent commission to the real such a hodge podge of wealth as j I I associated with lantana plants.
estate salesman. Immediately I have because a man who works However, it has been known for CRAIG FUNERAL HOME
then you can scratch that much on a salary salts away a little here I(PI years that lantana can poison
from my wealth. and a little there as he goes along.I I!cattle. An alkaloid called lanI A. H. CRAIG, Funeral Director

"The remaining$45,000 is invest- foresight He hasn't to the store knowledge away his or dimes the I I tanine is the killer. JOHN HARDIN, Associate
sd in (1) the
common stocks of
and dollars in Touching crushed lantana I..
one solid pack- I
a utility (2) the AIR OXYGEN
company com-
age that he can one day untie leaves is known to cause a skin LADY
non stocks of a steel ,
C3) two mutual funds company(4), some a neat clean-$200 a month whichI reaction. One child made a CONDITIONEDCHAPEL I I EQUIPPED
U.S.. Savings Bonds. (5). a savings would now like to be able to do." rushed trip to the hospital after ATTENDANT A AMBULANCES
md loan association. The income booklet For a copy, .( the new Golden Years playing by a clump of lantana
by Thomas
!from this pot pourri of investments rents In coin (no stamps Collins) to send Dept.35: plants. The exposed. skin was Phone ID 7-3532
less than '3 NWNS. B3TI3 :. Grand Central Sta- I
averages per- Lien New York 17. N. Y. marked with white' splotchesand

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SALE SAT. MAY 20th :
PRICES GOOD-Thurs.-Fri.-Sat. May 18-19-20, 1961

Folger's Grade "A" Beef 303 can Mussleman's

COFFEE can Ib. 49 "Chuck Roast ib. 49 APPLE SAUCE $ for ge

303 can Shurfine BARTLETT :!

I I Limit_ _one_ with_ _$5.00_ _or more-food- order_ Savory Brand PEARS'2 for 490 j'"':

Bake Rite3lb.

Sliced Bacon lb.49 46 oz. Stokely PINEAPPLE

Tender Baby JUICE 2 for 4ge :

l 49 BEEF LIVER lb.-49* KETCHUP 14 oz. bottle Hienz. 1 for49 I

Limit one 'with $5:00: or more food order Copeland's All Meat Shurfresh

Gold MedalFLOUR lb. BISCUITS 6 for 49 C
5 lb. 49$ pkg Rono Extra Long '

bag H Copeland's Pure Pork SPAGHETTI 2.'for 49c

lb. Shurfresh Sliced -.6 oz. AmericanCHEESE
Large Size BlueCHEER

pkgs. SAUSAGE roll 49 2 49C


Limit two with $5.00 or more food order SEE YOU THERE PLAY BALL! SPRAYcan 490



10 oz. Birds EyeSTRAWBERRIES. iced Delicious ,

:2 pk for AP PLE S Z lbs.

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10 oz. _Ga. Golden Fresh Cello


26 oz. Mrs. Smiths ) I Fresh Sweet .

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Limit one to ADULT


The May business meetingof The annual installation lunch.

the Flagler Woman's Club eon of the Flagler Beach Gar- BARGAINS. SHELTONS HAS A I This coupon expires May 20, 1961
last Wednesday was presidedover den Club will be held Tuesday, STORE FULL

by Mrs. Frank Brede. Host May 23rd, at the Woman's Club

ess was Mrs. Sam Novick. building. It will begin at 1 p.m. Gold Medal 1 oz. can
The clubhouse was decoratedin .with Mrs. Alfred Juengling, past TABLE RITE MEATS "
seasonal flowers and Mrs. president, acting as installing BLACK PEPPER 9C

Novick presented an. orchid corsage officer. STEAK SALE.
to Mrs. Brede. Mrs. Myrtle The new officers who are toT Dad's / gal. '

I Streeter asked that a standing >e installed for the coming I ROOT BEER 49C Heavy Western Beef Full Cut
ovation be given to Mrs. Bredein year are: president, Mrs. Sara
appreciation for her. year's I Martel; 1st vice ,president, Mrs No Return No Deposit ROUND STEAK'Ib.7ge. .

work as president. I Juanita Strauser; '2nd vice presi- Van Camps 21/2 can
Plans were made for installation dent, Mrs. Leola. Jones; corres-
of officers for the new year ponding secy., Mrs. Sue Spivey;', PORK & BEANS 4 fo:100 T BONE STEAK Ib.98e

during the social meeting this recording secy., Mrs. Pricilla
month. Elected for the coming Cabe; treas., 'Mrs. Clara Buteux. Shunshine 21/2 glass PICKLED RIB SIRLOIN

year were: Members are requested to call PEACHES 3 $100
Mrs. Phillip Kester, president; their reservations to Mrs. Elsie for CLUB STEAKlb.,8ge
Mrs, Harold Massie, first vice I
White or Mrs. Leola Jones no I
president; Mrs. H. G. Heydt, Food King .
later than Friday 19th.
second vice president; Mrs. Jasper OLEO Ibs.49c CHUCK STEAK ,b.590

White, recording secretary; C. Mil-
Mr. and ,Mrs. George
Mrs. Paul Kelly, treasurer; Mrs.' ler, Sr., of Crescent City, spent YOUR CHOICE JIFFY STEAKS each IOe
Bennie Clay, corresponding sec-
several days last weekin Flag-
retary. Mrs. Newell Davis fromOrlan'do ler Beach. Folger's 1 lb. can Fresh Cut up Fryer PartsCoffee

will serve.as installing
officer. LEGS BREAST
John Turner from Tampa wasa 55
Junior Woman's Club members I
business visitor here duringthe
attending were: Mrs. Lorna weekend. THIGHS lb. SSe
Galloway, Mrs. Gayle Mercer 10 oz. jar
and Mrs. Carol Jean Atkinson. Tender Select
Mrs. Millard Brock was initiated
They made: a presentation of an BEEF LIVER
in the Order of Eastern 49Cfood
electric clock for the clubhouse. Limit one with $5.00 or more lb.
Star in Bunnell last Tuesday
Mrs. Brede accepted annual evening. order Thriftway All Meat

reports from officers and committee __ \
chairmen and expressedher FRANKS pkg.3ge I
Mrs. Geraldine Dace from Detroit PLAY BALL! Support our
appreciation for their co Mich., is the house guestof Local Soft Ball League & World's BestHAMBURGER
operation. Miss Dottie Klemm for three See The Games (
Mrs. Helen Krueger assisted 3 $139
Mrs. Novick in serving ice I lbs. i
Canada 28 bottle
cream, punch and cake at the Dry oz.
Mr. and Mrs Frank Brede motored -"
conclusion. Mrs. Clarence Shultz FLAVORS 4 for49c DEW FRESH PRODUCE
to Orange City Saturday
is receiving .reservation for the
I where they visited with Mr. and
I Plus Deposit
installation luncheon May 24th Local Grown
Mrs. Maurice Lageman. Mr and '
at :I p. ,m. in the clubhouse. Half Gallon
Mrs. Lageman were friends from I GREEN BEANS 2 29C

Pittsburg, Pa. who recently PICNIC JUGS .H49 lbs
Fresh Tender
CHURCH bought a home in Orange! City. ea.
Sunday school, 9:30 and wor- Sunlite 303 can
Mr. and Mrs. W. E. Fennell, \
ship service at 10:30 A. M. Jumbo Fresh -
Sr., from Gainesville, Ga., have I 10'
Rev. Stewart White from Edge- each
been house guests during the I ;
water will conduct the service 3
past week of their son and
which will be on "Power To Live I
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daughter in law, Mr. and Mrs.
I W. E. Fennell, Jr. '

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,The Daily Vacation Bible city of Medicine Hat, Al- pig
i School is scheduled to begin berta, Canada, is built over a I
(Ii f June 12th and run through June natural gas pool. As early as
23rd. Mrs. Robert Rumill will be 1890, townspoeple illuminatedthe I' / LIMIT FOUR WITH $5.00 OR MORE FOOD ORDER

the principal and she is organ- streets with natural gas.)

izing the departments of the The lights glowed night and day I I II ,
school. because it was cheaper to let'i 50 FREE
them burn than to pay someone TOP VALUE STAMPS
Mrs. Henry'Shill and her son, to turn them on and off. I All Popular Brands with the purchase of .
Danny Frailey, left Wednesday Rudyard Kipling called Medicine I EVAP MILK Tall 3 45c 12 Qt. Pkg. .
night for Orlando after receiving Hat "the city with all hell I cans for STARLACSouthern

I word that ,Mrs.. Shill's sister for a basement." i i and this coupon
Mrs. Ellen Jennings, had
had a heart attack. Mrs. Jennings I BREAD 2 29c Coupon expires 520.61
I is recuperating in the
Orange :Memorial Hospital in Registered I 25 FREE
Pure Vegetable
Orlando. Danny returned' home Real Estate Broker
Thursday and Mrs. Shill returned I TOP VALUE STAMPS

I" home Friday. Mrs. Jennings, Bunnell; Florida I Salad I Oil I 47 with the purchase of

who will be remembered as a q t. Copeland's ?

;..1' former resident here, has been Limit one with $5.00 or more food order CHdILtlh.BRICKS !
steadily improving. MOODY'SFloral .

I t FROZEN FOODS Coupon expires 5-20-61 I
Mr. and Mrs. Harry Kuleski Service

and sons spent Sunday in Cas- Pac Brand 10 pkg. SLICED ,-
R. MOODY-Ph. ID 7-3240 oz. 50 FREE i iI
sadago with her parents, Mr. Service. Reasonable Prices 4f
i and 1f1sReid: Williams. I STRAWBERRIES 3 for 69c TOP VALUE STAMPS "i

I!' I Ore Ida 2 lb. bag with the purchase of
Spending Sunday here were 2 cans Delmonte
Mrs. Alice Poley of Deland and TV SERVICEALL !I 1 FRENCH FRIES each 53c Pineapple Orange Drink

Mildred Newman from Seville. Birds Eye 10 oz. pkg. and this coupon
I -' "
'I; '\ MAKES I GARDEN PEAS 2 for 47c Coupon expires 5-20-61 i
'" Agent For I -

,t;\ i I. COIYlmullityMemorial ChurchInterdenominational 'RCA & PHIL CO QUANTITY RESERVED RIGHTS

Thurs. Fri. Sat.
'I; Daytona Ave. I TUBES TESTED FREE 1 May18-19-20,1961_


I Sunday School 10:00 A.M. TV Bob Mon: tbur FrL-8' AJ6:45 P.M.
4 Church Service 11:00 'A.M.
I Sat. 8 A.M. 9 P. M.


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,I I ', I JOAN FARHAM-CIRCLE '- i Paul :Mercer has returned to I I I Mrs Graham Lee of Hastings

r MEETS WITH MRS. the home of his parents, Mr. I visited here Sunday with Mrs.:

..". LOUISE I and Mrs. Johnny Mercer, to recuperate -I|Mary. Miller. t' "
,'f after undergoing knee I. _
Mrs. Louise ,Church was host-
surgery at the Baptist Hospital. :
iZ ess to' members of the Joan in Jacksonville recently.Mr. .
Parham Circle of the First Baptist
, I Church WMU at her home and Mrs. June Deen of
Tuesday. The mission book on
Miami visited here during the
/ I Intercessary Prayer was dis
BERTHA-RICKS I CAULEYCLIFTONOf cussed by the members present l past weekend with his grandmother -

The engagement of Miss Joyce I II interest to their friends is :a spokesman said, "others can i Mrs. C. A. Riddell. '\
Marlene. Ricks to Mr. Samuel the marriage of Miss Shirley I be influenced by our prayers if
.I\ Johnston Bertha, daughter of I'Clifton to Mr. Jerry W. Cauleyon we pray as guided by this I Mrs Eunice Bell was a visitorin
Mrs. Virgil Decker and the late I 'May 6, 1961. The bride is book." Jacksonville Sunday with Prompt Service
Mr. John T. Ricks, has been an- I the daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Those attending were Mrs. her mother, Mrs. P. B. Hauler- PLACE YOUR ORDER WITH US

nounced by her mother. :Mr. ,Cleve Clifton of High Bridge. Margaret Clegg, Mrs. Alma shet-I II son of ftfacclenny.. The occasion The Flagler Tribune'
Bertha is the son of Mr. and Mr. Cauley the son of Mr. and field, Mrs. Eunice Cole, : .I was her birthday and also
Mrs. Robert Bertha of Bunnell. I Mrs. J. W. Cauley of Bunnell. I II Kathryn Perryman, Mrs. Carolyn 1 I Mother's. Day. I Phone IDlewood 7.3282
\ The wedding will be in July. The ceremony was performedby 1 I Mercer, Mrs. Thera Cowart, Mrs. I Bunnell FloridaNOTICE
The bride-elect will be grad- I Rev. Thomas Pinner at the! Luellen Deen, and Jan Perry-,i
uated May 30th from Bunnell home of'Mr. and Mrs. J. R. WlmI man.

High School. Mr. Bertha is a I berly, Jr., on North Anderson I Mrs. Church served tempting
native of Bunnell and was grad I Street, Bunnell. Attendants were refreshments to her guests.
g uated from Bunnell High School Mr. and Mrs. Eugene Cauley. I
-' in 1959. He is engaged in the Following the ceremony a reception TAYLORS RETURN
farming industry. was held at the Wim- 'FROM SOUTH CAROLINAI I

I berly home. I and Mrs. Ernest Taylor
I ROYAL NEIGHBORSWILL i have returned to their home
MEET WITH I DEENS HOSTS TO j here from Prosperity, S. C. where J "'"

MRS. KUDRNA A MOTHER'S DAY I they were called last week by An Ordinance was adopted May 6, 1957, providing -
'. I DINNER SUNDAY the death of his uncle. II
I: The Royal Neighbors: will, v*_ ..m rx. ..... I for the licensing, registration and vacci-
jvir, and mrs.j. A. ueen entertained -
! meet at th'home of Mrs.' Ada with ,a Mother's Day Mr. and Mrs. John Sutherland I I Ii nation against rabies of 'all dogs within the. cor-

l Kudrna on Monday night, May dinner Sunday at their home, i and children of Vero Beach porate limits of the City of Bunnell.
22, Mrs. Blanche Akers said to I
j honoring Mrs. Susie Riddell and I spent the past weekend here

I day. Mrs. Pauline Magee. I visiting with Mrs. Sutherland's I Arrangements have been made to have a Veteri-
I Their guests included Mr. and I mother, Mrs. Neva Eisenbach
I narian at the Civic Center Building Friday, May
Mrs. Phil Johnson is visitingin Mrs. Joy Sisco of Jacksonville; I and also her brother and sisterin
Waycross, Ga., with her C. A. Riddell, and Evelyn Van-!,I law, Mr. anil Mrs. C. B. 19, 1961, to vaccinate your dog between the
mother and other relatives.Rev. I I Cott, Bunnell; C. O. Magee of Eisenbach. hours of 4 :00 P. 1\1. and 6:00 P. 1\1.
I I Flagler Beach. Also present were I'I
and Mrs. Thomas Pinner I I their daughters, Elaine and Su- : Guests of Mr. and Mrs. Walter i The dog tags will be available at the City Hall
1 leave Friday to,go to Louisville, ellen Deen.; .j Knight Sunday were Mr. 'and I after they are vaccinated. .
: Ky., where they will attend the I. !Mrs. Horace Locke and son David '
I Southern Baptist Convention. I II I Mr. and Mrs. Joy Sisco of I Mrs. Gladys Starkley and
M I i!I Jacksonville visited here Sunday j Charles Abel of Tampa. Mrs.I Male and Spayed Female1.00

Visiting with Mr. and: Mrs.I'I with his mother, Mrs. C. A. Locke and Mrs. Starkley are I Female .........__...._....._.._?_......$2.00
I John Jarosz recently were Mr. Riddell and other relatives. I Mrs. Knight's sisters.
\ and Mrs. Cass Wesley of Rose- I
ville, Mich., and his sister, Miss Visiting 'here with Mr. and Mr. James Craig was called CITY of BUNNELL
Frances Wesley of Warren, Mrs. R. A. Powell and Mr. and to Jonesboro, Ark., last week by
.Mich. They were accompanied Mrs. E. A. Smythe last week the serious illness of his father
; here by Mr. Jarosz who had were Mr. Powell's and Mrs. who suffered a heart attack. He NANCY C. RODGERS, City Clerk

.spent several days visiting with Smythe's sister, '. Mrs. Mary 'returned home during the week
relatives in Michigan. i s Church of California. l end. I

Dixie Crystal .5 lbs

I ,Golden RipeBANANAS Limit 1 with $5.00 order
Fresh Dressed & Drawn .
oz. -
I FRYERS 2bs 19 Kraft
whole tb CAKE 77e'
Large IcebergLETTUCE
BREASTS .' ,, 4ge .
tb CAKE 870 19C

+It. LEGS 4ge 12 oz. BUTTER POUND Red & White 303
n. I
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I Swift Premium BEEF
Kraft :
CHUCK ROAST .: 28 oz. BOTTLE 4ge .
I 4. cansIOO .
Swift 24 oz.SPAGHETTI. '
100% Pure Lean Fresh Z 7ge
: GROUND BEEF 2n,89cU. Allsweet Van Camps 300 :
3forlSwift J
S. GoodCHUCK 24 .
$ oz.BEEF
,! STEAKS Philadelphia 3 oz. 8 ioocans
Red & White
I U. S. Good Z for8ge
Pillsbury or BallardBISCUIT

:. RIB STEAKS n. 69c 3 rZge MILK Swift 16 oz.CORNED.

,\ i ii 3 39e BEEF '
i Swift Premium SLICED for
Maxwell House INSTANT HASH

; BACON ,,49c COFFEE 6 oz. jar 69$ Chicken 0 SeaTUNA Swift 12 oz. 39e

Swift Premium Pard No. 1 PREM 3ge.

:i VEAL OPLETS 7 for$1001 DOG FOOD a f-29 1/2 Size 290 Swift 4 oz. VIENNASAUSAGE

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T- Committee is engaged currentlyin of the 15 million share, holders investments is not the way to IX THE COUNTY: JUDGE'S COURT

about five weeks of hearingson to catch the chiseling few. promote economic growth. ,FLORIDA.FLAGL.KR COITlSTATE' OF

__ the various tax proposals of Estate -of Edward A. Kruger. de-
It is, estimated that of these ceased.
the Administration. I discussed
The State of Florida. To AH Per-
these briefly in a recent -news- 15 million, shareholders, there RCA VICTOR sons Interested in the Estate of
are more than 3 million small said Decedent:
letter with you. In that discusSion LIVING COLOR TV You are hereby notified that a
J holders of stocks with low in-
; written instrument purporting to
I mentioned in passing "LOOK FOR TUB PICTURE be the Last Will and Testament
r that I was opposed to the pro- comes set up for their declining I 1ST TilE WINDOW of said decedent has been admittedto
years who need, and now receive i Southern Radio & Television probate in said Court.
, of the administration for
posals are hereby commanded within -
E. Granada-Ph. OR 7-2001:
relief from double'
the tax treatment of dividends complete OIIMOND six calendar months from the
taxation of their dividend in- .. date of the first publication of this
from stocks :and interest on sav- notice to appear in said Court and
come through the dividend REQUEST RIDS S show cause if any you can. why
,. ings accounts. he action of said Court in admit-
credit and $50 exemption. I Notice is hereby given that the ting said Will to probate should

This week I want to 'discuss think it would be a cruel thingto Board receive of County sealed Commissionerswill bids until 9 not( stand) T.unrevoked.Seal K. McKNIGHT..

with you why I am opposed to repeal .these investment incentives I A.office:M. June of the 5th Clerk A. D.of 1961 the Circuit in the County County Judge., Florida.Flagler

,'. A.s. (Syd) Herlong these proposals because a great and to force these .people Court in the Flagler County Court- First publication on :May 11, 1961.
house. Bunnell. for the following:
May 11-18-25 & June 1-itc
Congressman Fifth District many of you have written me to apply for refundswhichthey 68 ft. 36". 12 gauge Asphalt-

thoughtful lettrs urging me to are entitled to, in fullonthe coated Corrugated Metal Pipe. IX THE CIRCUIT COURT OF TilE
1 12 gauge. Asphalt-coated KVKvrn JUDICIAL CIRCUIT
The House Ways and Means take the stand which I had already 20 percent of dividend income Connecting Bands. IX AND FOR FLAGLER COUNTY -
60 ft. 2(", 16' gauge. Asphalt-
determined to take. which would be withheld.It coated Corrugated Metal Pipe. NO.

; t would entangle them in a vast I 60 ft. 18". 16 gauge Asphalt- EDWARD ELVRADO BARNHILL
to general belief the coated Metal Pipe. Plaintiff,
amount of unecessary red tape Prices to be FOB Bunnell. delivery
who stocks and have as needed.
and cause needless delays in : The Board reserves the right to
< savings accounts are not all rich collecting this income they need I reject any and all bids. Defendant.
: Dated at Bunnell. Florida, this NOTICE TO DEFEND
ADS people, not by a long shot. Thereare t Ito meet their current living expenses -J 16th day of May A. D. 1961. IN THE NAME OF THE STATEOF
15 million Americans who 1 1I !1 I Alfred 11. Tucker. Chairman FLORIDA:
I ATTEST: TO Grace Russo Barnhill
are shareholders in corporationsand I E. A. Smythe. Clerk Board whose residence and addressI
L"Unga under thin heading are ,
i 8 cent per word each Insertion, the large majority of them ]! 1 can't, for the life of me, .1]I of Flagler County County Commissioners Florida. of YOU ARE unknown.HEREBY NOTIFIEDthat

-75- cent-la minimum- charge are in the middle and lower in- I why, in these times when we II |I I May 18-25-2tc I a suit for divorce has been
brought against you in the Circuit
, AT'l"ENTION-Man or wffrrian: come brackets. These are people want to do all we can to stimu- IX TilE CIRCUIT COURT. OFI Court of Flagler County. Florida,

Serve Consumers with Rawleigh who have had the good old I I late our economic growth to provide I I FL.AGI.KH IX CIIAXCnitY COUNTY NO. 4247..FLORIDA VRADO in Chancery BARNHILL.bv EDWARD styled ELI as-

Products in Flagler Co. Must American foreisight to put more jobs, and goods and MARY BRADY I above, and you are hereby required
Plaintiff.FRANCIS to file, personally or by attorney.
have desire to earn $100 per something by-whatever they services for the people, we 18. I with the Clerk of said Court at

week & up. See C. D. Gall R No. could-to help them meet expenses should take action' to penalize .. BRADY Defendant. Bunnell written, defenses Florida, your if any answer to the or

2, Box 223, Palatka, or write in their elderly years, those who want to set up a retirement XOTim TO DEPENDTHE Complaint in said suit on or before -
STATE OF the 12th of June.'
FLORIDA TO: day 1961.
Rawleigh's Dept. FAE-360.27 their years of declining earnings. or semi-retirement in- Francis Brady and to serve a conv thereof upon

Memphis, Tenn. 5-18-3tp Some Congress incentives come by investing in companies Residence Unknown I RICHARD K. CONNER. Attorney
years ago as You are hereby notified that a for Plaintiff whose address is
to individual investors, I that are using this capital to suit has been filed against you in P. 0. Box 1566 New Smyrna Beach.
WANTED-HIgh school boy for the above entitled cause; and you Florida.
voted into law an exemptionfrom hire people and produce goods are hereby required to file your an- THE FI.AGI.ER TRIBUNE Is
light work this summer in Flag- income tax the first $50 and services.If I swer with the Clerk of this Court hereby designated as the newspaper -
let Beach.. Must have transpor- and to serve a copy' thereof upon in which this Order shall be
of dividend income and a creditof I had my way we'd increase the plaintiff or plaintiff's attorney published once a week for four (4)
tation. Call HE 9-2016 evenings whose name and address is: consecutive' weeks."
4 percent on the remainderof these incentives and do every- I Ray SeldenSelden HEREIN FAIL NOT OR JUDG-
7 to 9 P. M. 5-18-ltc ,
dividend income. These In-
thing we reasonably could to Daytona Beach. Florida YOU BY DEFAULT.

BARGAIN MONTHMay centives were given because encourage people to invest their I not later than June 16th. A. D. 1961. WITNESS my hand and seal of
If you fail to do so, decree pro said Court at Bunnell. Flagler
15th-June 15th corporate earnings, from which money and thus provide the life- confesso will be entered against County. Florida, this 8th day of
dividends I You for the relief demanded in the May. A.D 1961.
are paid are already blood of which is
Thompson Music Co. capital so nec- bill of complaint. The nature Of (Seal) E. A. SMYTHE.
taxed at the 52 per cent corporate essary to industry. Certainly, to said suit being for divorce. Clerk of the" Circuit Court
134 Volusih Ave. WITNESS my hand and seal of Flagler- County. Florida.
rate before they are distributed require that people willing to I said Court this 10th day of May Richard E. Conner
DAYTONA BEACH I IA. I). 1961. Attorney at Law
I ,as dividends and invest their be
any savings subjectedto
CL: 2.8215 I (Official Seal E. A. SMYTHE P O Box 1566
Telephone tax paid on dividends after the a full double tax on these I Clerk of said Circuit Court New, Smyrna Beach. Florida
Save much $300on May 18-25 & June 1-8-4tc I May 11-18-25 & June 1-4tc
as as $50 exemption and the 4 percent -

a Piano or Organ credit is in fact vrcavrmsrxRSSwr...... .... .. rwwi r vvr""VH, ,, i
double taxation. I ;:.}::Y!?r : :/. : ::. %.:.......::: 'I
5.18-4tc; f..'.}....'....:..... .....Y..n..v.r.:::.5: ."..:r. :V.Y:,.*.$ _:
The proposal now before us is x *
.TOR RENT Unfurnished, 2 bed to repeal these incentives and, }:; : ..}... vi.n .

room duplex, screen porch. Also further, if you please, to put a

1 bedroom furnished house. 20 percent withholding tax on 7r.LYti?:Y,r;:;<::}{ir }} A:

Phone ID 73304. 518.25 all dividend and interest pay- M1yj.

I ments. {HM1: ::. ......:..:........ .. ..
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FOR SALE--45 Registered Angus I Most people report and pay I ............ ....:....

bulls. 24 to 30 months.
Calfhood the taxes they owe the govern-

vaccinated. T.B. Certified. Ex- ment on dividends and interest.

ceptional breeding. Knollwood I don't doubt there are some

Angus Ranch, Bartow, Florida. I chiselers who don't report and

Phone 5333665. Off Route 60 don't pay and I'm' for making f

midway between Bartow and them pay their taxes in full, but I

Lake Wales. 518.2tc I'm dead against penalizing all

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FOR SALE-I unit apartment I
house. Main St. Flagler Beach,

1% blocks from ocean. Priced to extra gallon of your choice

sell. C. Leslie Ginn, 421 LemonSt. with each gallo you buy w\g\ ;

., Palatka, EA 53534. Mary Carter Paint Store :

April 138tpTRADE
Also WentKate Shooplne' Center

OR SELL-equity of 3-
bedroom home, 2 bath; Florida COUNTY, FL.01U11A.
IN niA.-XCIMlY M). 4240
room, 2 car garage and work GEORGE T.

shop, two years old, on 92 ft. vs.FOSTER.Plaintiff, I

waterfront lot in Venice Park for BILLIE R. FOSTER.Defendant..

smaller home. See Emil Huber, NOTICE TO UKFIIItU I
builder Flagler Beach. ] THE STATE OF FLORIDA. TO: II
Billie R. Foster !
i 3Tf Residence UnknownYou
are hereby notified that a I
suit has been died against you in
SEPTIC TANK-cleaning reasonable the above entitled cause; and you iyfYr
}"fk} { ; ; :
rates. George Jarosz PhoneID are hereby required to file your an- ............... ..:::. :.:. .. ..
swer with the Clerk of this Court I ............. ....:.::::. ..... ,
7-3410 3-2 to 8-24-tp and to serve a copy thereof upon wSviit's
the plaintiff or plaintiff's attorney,
whose name and adddress is: '

FOR RENT-furnished 2 bedroomone Richard D. Bertone such treat to beat the heat !
bath house, Daytona Ave., 216 Daytona South Beath.Palmetto: Floridanot Avenue a _

Flagler Beach. Completely ren- later than June 20th. A. D. 1961. ; '
If you fall to do so. decree pro
.ovated. $65.00 per month. Keys confesso will be entered againstyou air condition electrically NOW!
be for the relief" demanded in the ,
can picked at Sullivan'sGulf
up I I' bill of complaint. The nature of
Station. Nov 10-tf said suit being for divorce. ..
I hand and seal of
said WITNESS Court this my 15th day of :MayA. Plan now for real summer comfort for your family Enjoy

FOR RENT on the ocean 1 and I>. 1961.OfiiclalSeal. crisp cool mountain-fresh weather inside home -
your -no
t 2 bedroom apartments completely ( Clerk of said Circuit Court matter how, hot and muggy and sticky t b. may be ATTIC and WINDOW .
furnished 18-25, & June 1-8-Itc r
utilities included. May VENTILATING FANS ,
outside. In addition to providing cool comfort, Electric Air ;
Sensible rate day, week, month, IX TilE COURT OF* THE COFVTYJUDGE. ARE WONDERFUL AIDS j
Conditioning filters out dust and :
FL.AOL.KIl COUXTY, irritating pollen, controls .1:
or Sun Sea Motel .
permanent. .. .I.onIU.IX I'HOUATE. humidity locks out street noises makes housekeeping easier
formerly Flagler Manor).- IN Re: Estate of They remove hot.stale air i.

9-15-tf Edward All Creditors A. Kruger.and deceased.To Persons. I and helps prevent mildew caused by excess moisture. -_draw in clean fresh air. ,

Said Having Estate Claims or Demands Against ,For complete comfort-summer and winter-investigate :
FOR RENT-Unfurnished large You 'and each of you are hereby f I :. 'year-round Electric Air Conditioning.Why '
2-bedroom garage apartment.Call notified and required to present ,, "

HE 9-2318, or see Zeke any you or claims either" and of demands you. may which have delay when happier i healthier _living for your entire -- I

Chaffee. 11-17-tf against Kruger. the deceased estate, of late Edward of said A. family costs so little? Sunshine Service E.lectriClt.lS now a j 1 flx r t. :. i!

County to the County Judge of bigger bargain than ever. Buy Electric Air Conditioning on ,. !
Flagler County Florida. at his office .' nt m1U .
in the court house of said 5- 5; the "Whole HOtlSe' or the "Add-a-Room-a-Year" plan. See I'lt'lir\\\\ r ,. .. fi !
JOHNSTON'SFLAGLER County at Bunnell. Florida within', electric appliance dealer today. I
eight calendar months from the i '. : your -
BEACH REALTY CO. time of the first publication of this f' Ii
notice. Each claim or demand shall "; it" "'.''
LOTS, HOMES, OCEAN FRONT be in writing, and shall state the t > .. < .:
WATER FRONT, FARMS, place of residence and pod office : ? ; ,
address of the claimant and shall I I Utdd lameless z&42 I
ACREAGESee 'M / f.
be sworn to by the claimant. Agent { <.> ...................... ; \i
us for real estate needs. attorney, and anv such claim or I : 1 1F
your demand not so filed shall be void I ,
Phone HE 9-2242 faHelen B. Kruger < {
As executor of the Lat Will LOR I D A POW E R A L I G H T COM PAN Y ; 4" :: :'
f Residence. Phones ID 7-3691 and Testament of Edward A. J'I IKruper. HELPING GUILD FLORIDA 't >
deceased. j ; -E. I I11f
ID 7-3517 ..
I or First publication May 11. 1961, ,\*,. : r.: 1: : -- --=- --= .- -> -.- -- ... t.JJ .. \ .- ih f
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, Thursday, May 18, 1961 .
Jn 1932:\ u. s. yield was 120 Description S .T R A : Taxes A Cost
I Lots 11-12 Block 91 ...:; Louise L. L. Jr.. &
000 pounds of tung oiL Since 3.3'91
I Lots 11-12 Block 93 Davis, Eliza & Emanuel -
l then, production has increased Hazel 7.86:
0 0
300 times with Florida second Blocks 102-103-113-114 Cobb. lL S. &: Wilda 34,18
Lot 1 Block 123 _. Brown. Nathan & Willie -

' among all producing states. __, 3.39
} Lots 1-10-11-12. block
124 King. Riley 5.62:
Lot 3 lZ9. Stephenson. Lula 9.59
K LAG LEU COUNTY, FLORIDA I Lot 1 Block 130 __* Davis. Fred &: Eliza 9.59

I IN CIIANCEItY NO. 4238. ,.vwwr.,. "...;.::..:. k '?' : h w.,fwy Lots 3-4 Block 131 : Paramore Emily E&I
yK tate I
Plaintiff.vs. Block 139-140 Cobb Hoke & Wilda 20.77
I Blocks 141-149-150 ex- '
SYBIL B. CLARK cept R/W of US Hwy v
Defendant. & SR No. 100 ___ :+ Cobb Hoke &- Wilda 167.08
NOTICE TO DEFEND i .NE 55' of lots 3-4-5-6 '
.. & all lots 7-8-9-10 ;
block 151 Cobb. H. S. & Wilda 21.77
k Sybil B, Clark ..,y. "fi : I
120 Monmouth Street.. Southeast The NE 55' of SE 35'ot '
t Winston Salem. North Carolina lot 3 Block 157 .. .. Buckles Leroy & Carol 77.15-

You are hereby notified that a NE 25' lots 3-4 except'
suit has been filed against you in rq 1 "ti'v hw J book 26 page 42
the above entitled cause; and you block 161 ..1 Shaw Flora 2.77
are hereby required file your an- Lot 7 Block 161 Pouncey. J. F. & Eliza-

awer with, the Clerk of this Court. beth 10.09
Lot 8 Block 161 __.. Nelson Louis &
and to serve a copy thereof upon Mary 2.89
the plaintiff or plaintiff's attorney = Lots 4-5-8-9 less R/W
a whose name and address is: 3 : US No.1 block 166 Hall. Thomas B. ____ 10.091
Joseph Hirschman Lot 3 except R/W US

407% Main Street I ,. 1 block 167 Ezell. Italian ._-_ 12.35
. Daytona Beach. Floridanot Lots 10-11-12 except '

later than June 8th. A. D. 1961. MODEL HOME? Dr. Eric T. Clark Burlington Mass. R/W US No. 1 block
If you fall, to do so. decree pro physicist 167 ---- Halifax Oil Co. 8.36
confesso will be entered against studies a small-scale house used In the study of radioactive Lot 2 block 168 Kennedy. Mary ----=- 11.83
I Lot 5 block 169 Johnson Lillie Mae 14.06
you for the relief demanded in the
fallout. Circles represent a field of radiation. < ,
bill of complaint. The nature of SW 95' lot 11 except
F said suit being for divorce. -- ----I book 27 page 60 7'
WITNESS my hand and seal of block 173 .- Chambers F. J. & Mar-

said Court this 27th day of of April : garet .- ..... 3.27
A. D. 1961. Subscribe to The Flakier Tribune, $2.50 Yearly in Advance Lots 1-2-3-4-5-6 & SW

, (Official Seal) E. A. SMYTHE 95' lots 7-8-9-10-11-
f Clerk of said: Circuit Court 12 block 179 Cobb. Hoke & Wilda 28.48

May 4.11-18.25--4tc Lol:910111: block ,
,NOTICENotice Sheffield L. S. .1r. 7.86'
IN TilE CIRCUIT COURT OF Frac lots 9-10 block 265 Bunnell Dev. Co. ..8&Drannam.
FLAGLER COUNTY FLORIDA Tract 11 except book
IN CHANCERY NO.?4235 is hereby given that the following described lands or so much I 56 page 262 & book
WILLIAM MYLES BAKER thereof as will be necessary to pay the amount due for taxes hereinset 57 page 191 _._ 10 12 30. 1-66 F. L. 2.21
Plaintiff opposite same together with cost of such sale and advertising, S% lot 5 block J Lake
will be sold at public auction on the first day of June 1961. at the I Terrace Sub Capitanelous Geo. 2.21
KATHERINEe.BAKERDefendant. office of the City Tax Collector the Community Center Buildilng. LINCOLN HEIGHTS SUB I

beginning at. 10:00 o'clock A. M.. in the City of' Bunnell. Flagler County Lot 9 block 4 Miles Gladys 1.1 I
NOTICE TO DEFEND Florida. Lots 2-3 block 5 Warren Lula & Teresa '
THE STATE OF FLORIDA. TO: & Osborne Jeanette 1.86 >, .0.4, ,
Katherine Baker Lot 1. Block 59 Robert Parrish Jr. & Eve- Lot 9 blk 5 ___.._......._ : Crufford Steve & Vern- I
432 W. Belmont. Apt. 402 lyn _.._ .. 1.70 I ell I4.d6Underwood
Chicago 14. Illinois Lots 3-41 Block 65 J.V.. Cauley & Ellamae 18.00 I CARVER SUB -', i
You are hereby notified that a All bloCKS 102-103 _. Elsie Davis & Hazel Eman- Lots 12-13-14 blk 1 Robert' &
suit has' been tiled against In uel _______ 3.95 I _
the above entitled cause; and you you Lots 11-1. Block 93 Hoke S. Cobb 'Vllda' H & Lots 7-8 blk 1 ___. Johnson Isaac &--Viola 16.30. I
are hereby required to file your an- Dalton H. 9.40 IIUNNELL IIOMESITES SUB
swer with the Clerk of this Court All Blocks 113-114 :, Hoke S. Cobb Wllda H. & Lots 1-2 blk 1 Williams Charlie &
Dalton H. _. _._ 17.80 I
and to serve a copy thereof upon ; Lorche .- 1.38
the plaintiff or plaintiffs attorney Lot 1. Block 116 Jacob Epstein & Theresa .60 Lot 14 blk 4 .-w_. Underwood Joe & An- I I
whose name and address is Lots 1-10-11-1. Block nie ..... 1.2&
Dowda and Millican ; 124 Block 129-_ Riley King .. ..._?.. 6.60 Tract 1 blk O __. 22 12 30 10 I Tope, -J. L. -- .. ....,...,, 1.99 t I
413 Lemon Street Lot 3. Lula Stevens _.._. .. 4.00 TOWN OF DUPONTLot
Palatka. Floridanot Lot 1. Block 130 Fred Davis & Eliza __ 4.00 2 blk 58-fractlon Crabtreee ,:Mrs. Delora .76 !
later than May 26th. A. D.. 1961. All Block 139 __ Hoke S. Cobb & Wild .H. 8.90 Lot 1 blk 63 Brown W. H. .76

It you fall to do so. decree pro All block -40 Hoke S. Cobb & \VUda H. 4.35 Lot 3 blk 82 .. ............... Forton Arthur .--- .76 ;'
confesso will be entered againstyou All Block 141 __._ Hoke S. Cobb & Wllda H. 20.10 Lots 7-8 blk 83 Eberlein Mary E. .76 I
for the relief demanded in the All Blocks 149-150 ex- Lot 5 blk 101 __ Stenbeck John .76 '
bill of complaint. The nature of cept R/W: US No. 1 Hoke Cobb & Wilda 1L Lot 10 blk 112 __ Ruggles Irma .76 ,

laid suit being for divorce. & Dalton 159.70 Lots 11-12 blk 112 ...... Crie. R. A. ,76 ;
WITNESS my hand and seal of Lots 3 to 10,'Inc. except Lot 3 block 124 Crie Kelly B.
said Court this 24th day of April.A. RI\V US No. 1. Block Lots 5-6 blk 125 ___ Conner M. T. .. ..76 !
D. 1961.Official 151 Hoke S. Cobb 'Vllda H. & Lots 9101112. blk 135 Abelman, Abe-estate .7& ,
( Seal) E. A. SMYTHE. Dalton 35.60 Tract 5 ex. book 42- \
Clerk of said Circuit Court SE 35 ft. lot 3 except page 285 blk B __. 2 13 30 9 I Claverella A. 2.21 j
April 27 & May 4-11-18--4tc R/W US No. I, Block Lot 25 Dupont Estates i
157 Leroy Buckles & Carolyn 57.50 Sub 38 10 31 9.09 I Marine Realty Co. 19.07
IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF NE 25 ft. Lot 3 NF; 25 Lot 31 Jose Park Sub Cockman J. M. & Wilma
I""J AGI.ER COUNTY, FLORIDA, ft. of SE 20 ft. Lot .... 6.21
IN CHANCERY NO. 4237 4. Block 161 Flora Shaw __ 4.30 ARTESIA SUB :
JOSEPH STRELEC. Lot 7. Block 161 _, Flnner J. Pouncey & Eliza Lot 14 blk 4 Que-ess Laboratories
beth ._ 8.00
Plaintiff Ine.
vs. Lot 8, Block 161 Mary MTopsy Nelson & 2.18
Lots 3-4-5 blk 15 1st
-_ Louis _
MARION STRELEC. Nelson. 8.00Lot add to Artesia Sub G. M. & _
Dfendant. 10. Block 165 ._ __ Chester Thomas & Rosa,Lee 1.90 South 2 of lot

NOTICE TO DEFEND Lot 3. Block 167 Italian Ezell .. ..._ ..._ 14.50 10 _%_._acres_._ 26 11' 31 2.50 I Varn, Claude G & Mary 2.44
THE STATE OF FLORIDA TO: Lot 2, Block 168 __ Mary Kennedy _________ 21.50 Lots 3-4 block 6 Sun- I
Marlon Strelec Frac. Lot 5. Block 169 Lillie Mae Johnson __._. 18.00
rise Beach Sub __ Ogdin Julia .... 4.9 i
Lots 1-2. Block 179 Hoke &
112 Lincoln Street S. Cobb Wilda H. 7.50 Lot 5' block 6 Cochran '
Lots 56. Block 179 Hoke S. Cobb &- \Vilda H. 7.50
Boonton. New Jersey Lots -- Place Sub Johns Theo & Helen 4.99 1
You are hereby notified that a Lots 2-3-14 block 7
suit has been filed against you in block, 179 Hoke S. CobbVllda H. & Cochran Place Sub Jones Florence 11.39 i
Dalton ; 41.10
the above entitled cause;.and you
Lot 7. Frac. Block 261 Unknown 1.20 I
are hereby required to file your answer Block lA-all except i t
Lots 23. Block 2 Lincoln '
with the Clerk of this Court book 20 173 &
Hts. Ed London & Lucy __ 3.10 page
and to serve a copy thereof upon except book 36. page I
Lots Block Bun- ,
the plaintiff or plaintiffs attorney 12. 1. _
whose name and address is: Homesites ,, ... Charlie Williams & Larche 1.35 ; 346 of block lA-book Burnsed. Ralph & Grace ,,4""rn I
Lots 12-13-14. Block 1. Robert Underwood & Willie I Part !
W. Cecil Grant
36-page 346WHISPERING ____ Burnsed. Ralph & Ur-
407% Main Street Carver Sub Mae -- 2.05NANCY .1
sula __. 3.67.
Daytona Beach. Floridanot I I C. RODGERS. City Tax Collector. City of Bunnell Florida *
later than June 5th. A. D. 1961. May 4-11-18-25-4tc' PINES :
If you fail to do so. decree pro 1 i v.. Lot MOODY 6 block SUB 2 Powers J. R. ..........,_.,. 2.89 I
confesso will be entered against !
.. Lot 10 block 5 .
Edna 67.26
YOU for the relief demanded in the NOTICENotice
Lot 22 block 24 Krazanow kl. Helen .. 3.21
of complaint The nature of
., said suit being for divorce. I Lots 7-8-10 block 33 Davis Alonzo W. et al 54.40 I
WITNESS my hand and seal of is hereby given that the following described lands will be Lot 6 block 38! Raiford, Baldwin &Annette
said Court this 27th day of April sold at public auction at 12 o'oclocknoon the 1st day of June A. D. .--' 3.71
A. D. 1951.Official 1961. at the front door of the Flagler County Courthouse in Bunnell. Lots 4-5 block 40 McFarland M. L. & Irma 5.77 I
I. ( Seal) E. A. SMYTHE Flagler County, Florida, to pay the amount due for taxes herein set All block 41 _. ______ Brantley Verney & I
" Clerk of said Circuit Court opposite the same together with all cost of such sale and advertising Ann __ ...__...___ 6.27 :
I May 4-11-18-25-4tc R. G. MERCER Tax Collector. Flagler County Florida. Lot 9 block 42 Parker. Pal Jr. & Vir- !
I gina 3.07
f "iN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF I Description S T II A Taxes & Costs Lots 5-6 block 43 _- Zalezzie. H. K. _.... .... 4.49 i,
FLAGLER' COUNTY FLORIDA I All Frac 20 12 28 54 Ward, Jake I*. 7.36 Lots 13-14 block 43 Parker. Pal Jr & Virginia -
IN CANCERY NO. 4233 All Frac 21 12 28 14 Ward Jake P, 2.44 _. 4.99 I
.4/ EDITH W,4 of SW3J, -. ............. 2 12 29 80 Sheffield. L. S. & Alma 67.72 Lot 1 block 47 Parker. Pal Sr 49.2& t
MALONEYPlaintiff SEfc 3 12 29 160 Sheffield. L. S. & Alma 119.22 Lot 16 block 47 Parker Pal & Irma 2211
o Tr 1 Block 12 .....l.- 37 12 29 20 Voss. M. ._ .. 3.53 Lot 15 block 47 Lenham. H. W. ._J.., 3'.211.! II
{ THOMAS MATTHEW MALONEY. 'Tr 2 Block 7 _._ 20 12 29 10 Fenniman. Erne Mae 1.99 Lots 10-11 block 54 Powers. V. J. & Mary *.49 .
Defendant. Tr 2 Block 8 21 12 29 20 Stiller. Bernard 3.33 Lot 8 block 63 Flagler
NOTICE. TO DEFEND Block 16 All 21 12 29 40 Cobb. D. H. 23.01 Harbors Sub ______ Sims. Hal M. & Virginia ,
THE STATE OF FLORIDA. TO: Block 13 All __ 22 12 29 40 Cobb. D. H. 23.01 4.21
Thomas Matthew Maloney Tract 1 Block 14 _.._ 22 12 29 20 Cobb. Hoke S. .._ _. .. 11.83 Book 57 page 111 12 12 31 0.22 Greene \V. E. Jr. 3.21
Residence UnknownYou Tract 1 W% Block 8 __ 29 12 29 10 Eldrid e. F. F 1.99 AMENDED SUB OF VENICE PARK .
are'! hereby notified that a St. Johns Park Add Lot 14 block 68 Johns Theo & Helen 54.40
suit has been filed against you In Lot 21 Block 11 Fenneman, :Mrs. Ella :M .76 Lot 8 block 77 _..._..,_. Koakela. Andrew Zit
the above entitled cause: and you Lot 30 Block 14 Stiller. B. ..,.,__.,_ ?, ..,.... .76 Nina
are hereby required to file your answer Lot 38 Block 14 Hasten. Arthur _____ .76 MAGNOLIA GARDENS 3.71

I. with the Clerk of this Court. Lot 9 Block 16 __. Stenbeck. John .76 Lots 1-2-3 block 2 _* Ebert. Edna .... 3.U
and to serve a copy thereof upon S% of S% of SE4 31 13 30 40 Kout. H. H. Trustee 17.42 Block 9 except lots 1-2 Yelvington Russell- 2.5'r
the plaintiff or plaintiffs attorney E} Block 10 __ 32 12 29 20 Pelllcer. Lucille 11.83 That part of E% of .
whose name and address Is: Block 9 ._ _....._._ ....... 32 12 29 40 Pelllcer M. P. 25.20 NEK not subdivided '':4b4.
Ray Selden Tract 2 except Road except the west 500' E}, .
800' Main Street R/W Block 1 33 12 29 20 Ramsey. H. J. & Gertrude & except book 47 _
Daytona Beach. Florida 4.33 page 199 & book 47 -
l not later than May 26th. A. D.. 1961. Block 2 except Road page 255 & except

If you fall to do so, decree pro R/W 33 12 29 40 Ramsey. H. J. & Gertrude book 53 page 280 13'12 31 8! Upson Ida ..,,,,. ..,,... __,_ 5.57
confesso will be entered against ___ 7.02 Book 53 pare 280 13 12 31 10 UpsonR.C. & '
you for the relief demanded in the All ,Block 7 ....r..._.....,_. 3.3 12 29 40 Ramsey H. J. & Gertrude FUQUAY SUB Dorothy 3.21
f bill of complaint. The nature of _'_ 6.52 Lot 14 block 3F Ross. W. H. Sr. & Mabel 26.25
said suit being for divorce. Block 10 All 33 12 29 40 Cobb. H. S. & D. H. 6.24 Lot 16 block 10 Hunt. T. B & Anna 23.69

WITNESS my hand and seal of Block 12 All 33 12 29 40 Pellicer. M. P. & Anna 125.20 Lots 9-24 block 19 Crews. C. V. _. _,_ ,,, 69.52
t said Court this 21st day of AprilA. Block 15 AllS 33 12 29 40 Cobb. H. S. & D. H. 6.02 Lot 13 block 24 Mal re r. Rosa H. _- 3.21

D. 1961.Official %, Tract 1 & Tract 3 Lot.) 22-23-24 block 25 0 Ginn C. L. .._._..,._., 77.44 .
( Seal) E. A. SMYTHE Block 6 -.. 36 12 29 20 Coppersmith. B. 3.83 Lots 1 to 24 incl block, .
I Clerk of said Circuit Court Block 4 All -** 3 13 29 40 Pellicer. Claude J. & 32 ; Kloska. Olga 16.51
April 27 & May 411184tc. Mary 2H.51 Lots 1-2 block 34 Choeca Amelia 1.94
t Tract 2 Block 1 4 13 29 20 Pelllcer.C J. 9.59 Lot 4 block 36 "* Sheeler Bryce & Joanne -

All Block 2 4 13 29 40 Pe llicer, Claude J. &. ... _- ... 1.04
QJIj JUarjirr t oTrtiratt Book 51. Page 394. Lot 25, block 3 Amore. Alphonso &:
I Block 4' 4 13 29 1 Smith, F. T. & Virginia 1.38 Helen ,. %.u
Block 8 All 4 13 29 40' Pelllcer J. E.' & Claude Lot 4, block 8 Johnson P. L. & Dorothy -

BUWTTELL. FLORIDA J. .LI. i- 6.52 .,...,....,.... _.. _,,,,,,. 2.44
Lots 15-16 ........ 37 13 29 20 Kendall. George E. 11.83 Lots 23-24. block 15 Heinricht. Emil & Geraldine -
Lots. 51 to 62 incl except _,_. 2.44
1 acre in lot 52 37 13 29 99 Kendall. George R. & Lot 3 block 33 :...-. Zunno Evelyn _- -- 1.04
.. MRS.w tL B. FULLER.: EditorDesignated r Edna .44.13 Lots 28-29 block 2

Book 3 Page 341 partof Mobbs SubATLANTA .. ....... Wilson HelenWoodhead. 6.27
SE}: 26 13 29 25 Kendall. George & Edna 4.51 BEACH sun

Omelal Publication Book 9 Page 159 & Lots 1 to 9 Incl. block 2 James L.Merwitlzer 35.21 ,
book 3. page 336 & Lots 10 to 14 Incl blockotsltol2&16to20
I for Public Notice of Flakier, book 38 page 380 __ 36 13 29 50 Kendall. George &: Edna 24.01 2 r.a.iTTnnrmMr.ft j Louis & Do- .

therein Lot 28 Baxley Subdi- Ian J. D. Trustees
County, 20.85
vision -. Torance Tom & Ruby 10.09 -.1 t
and the State .f Florida Lot 5 Baxley Subdivision i' Incl block 4 Merwitlzer. Louis &: Do-
S' .' Thomas. Pearl Lee _, 8.98 Ian J.D. Trustees '68.20 II
JCVOX JONES SUB ; Lots 1 to 12 Incl. &: Iota

Entered aa second elaaa matterFebruary Lot 2 Block E Wilson Jane 7.36 16-17-18-19-20 block 6 _' Merwitlzer.. Louis & Do- I
Lot 6 Block E Z.W. & Rosa 14.06 'r' lan .1. D. Trustees _
0.IllS at tae ...-.t.tlleeat Lot 9. Block E t Jackson. Willie 7.36 Lots 10 to 14 Incl. block 45.K !
Lot 15 Block E __ Favors. Hugh -,-- 4.01 ,8 :Merwitlzer. Louis & I
Bnnaell. Florida, under act of Lot 12 Block E Phillips. Louis 1.21 ; ,J.D. Trustees -
March 3. 187ft. Lot 13, Block E -.. Toner. Helen M. 1.21 Lots 1.to12&16 to 20 r14.45 j
Lot 3 Block F ,.' Thomas. Richard Jr. %.3% Inc block 11 Merwitlzer Louis &: Do-
Lots 8-9 Block F --:. I Longwood. Gaines & Ian. .1. D. Trustees _.. 11.89 j',
One _ 11.10 Alice 14.56 Book 27 page 356 block I
year.: Tract 2, Block 1 9". 11 30 20 Flagler Cattle Buyers A Frac ..w' ._- _.. 8 '13 31 SLot Savage Margaret H. 16.80 I
f I rilT months 405 Ass. Inc ..... 36.92 6 block 7 Flagler
TOWN OF BUlfWEU Gardens Sub BIrn Anna 1.25 I Ictor.
Lot 10( Block 21 Hancox Sue Dewees .' 31.95 5-4-4tc R. G. MERCER Tax Coll! Flagler County, Florida I

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r;,: :Teachers Attend 'County Agent Says I FLAGLER BEACH .MAN

yo,. IN FIELD TRAINING INSVRE-Stay Insured & Rest Assured

.. Council BanquetEight Chinch Bugs Again Army Capt. Harry E. Purdy,
I son of Mr. and Mrs. Harry E. I
f: : members of the Bunnell GET THE BEST PROTECTION
. "Parent-Teacher Association" Destroying Lawns.Better Purdy, of Flagler Beach par-
ticipated in LOGEX 61. a logis-
r tended the annual banquet oft keep a careful watchon
i tical field training exercise at T. COOK AGENCY
the Volusia Flagler County
your St. Augustine lawns Fort Lee Va. The execise was
;L I Council last week. The banquetwas (Roselawn, common St. Augus- scheduled to end Mal 13. Citizens Bank Bldg. Bunnell Florida
t '. held at the Ellinor Village tine, Bitter Blue and Floratineare I LOGEX the largest logistical ,
" Country Club. in the St Augustine grass exercise conducted by the Army

t family and are all susceptible), involved 11,000 men from tech- .. .. .... .... ... .. -. -. .- .. ..... "
I Those attending were Mr. and I I I ._w.. ..tl'. ..tl'.. . .. .. .v. ,f'.wtl'.:. . 'If. 'If. '"
., warns County Agent Howard nical administrative and other I
r Mrs. George Clegg Mr. and : FOR ALL HOURS-DAY OR NIGHT .
3 I I I Taylor. The little chinch bug i
,Mrs. Jack Clegg, Mr. and Mrs. service schools and form selected I
is again infesting many lawns.
1 Dave Perryman, and Mr. and reserve units.
:' Mrs. John Cannon. The "grass first turns yellow The exercise is designed to af- AMBULANCE
dies. ford students and instructors PHONE VAlley 4-1625
and later A typical injuredarea
Mrs. George Clegg said officersof the opportunity for practical ap SERVICE
as an irregular
the Bunnell PTA are meeting ST.
plication. procedures requiredto
patch with a brown dead area r
,. today (Thursday) at 3:15 to keep troops supplied and operational Garcia Ambulance We
in the center and a border of be hesitant about calling a ,
appoint the members of the in
yellowish grass. In this yellow are always at your service with promptness, safety and
executive committee. She also
Capt. Purdy is a student at
marginal area, the largest num-
said anyone having somethingto the Transportation School at experience.
ber of chinch bugs are to
be brought up at the meet. I Fort Eustis, Va. He entered the I
found. They are 'hard to see as Equipped With Oxygen Resusitator and Inhalator
ing are asked to contact her. they are very small. I army in April 1955. ,

!L Garcia Funeral Home
Many home owners are The so-called Texas Pink l
Mrs. Cannon's changing their lawns from St. Grapefruit originally came from I P. E. GARCIA, Licensed Funeral Director

Augustine to some other varietybut Florida. It was discovered in i .. LADY ASSISTANT
care should be used as some 1913 near' Bradenton. .................................. ..."'. .............:-........................'If..._............._..'If......
I Entertains: MothersMrs. other grass Varieties also have
their deficiencies. \
Cannon's second grade of Chlordane, DDT and BHC and I .
the Bunnell Elementary School 'se'veral other materials no long-
entertained their mothers at a control the
re give good as
Mother's Day party in their chinch bugs have built up a S Brand a Bargain
classroom. on Friday. May 12th. resistance to them. Newer and S
_ The children presented a play more effective insecticides must
entitled: "This Is Your Life Mrs. be used. I
I, I Maple Tree. The characters in
the play were Mrs. Maple Tree, 1 For the latest recommendations
Minnie Deen, mistress of cere- contact your County Agent;
monies-Lyna Knight, Pioneer he will be glad to inspect your Truck !

Farmers-John Geller Mrs. Pio- lawn and assist with your prob
. neer Farmer-Deborah Nipper lems. A new Circular No. 213

Red Deer-Betty Louise Steflik, has just been printed by the
'New Farmer Mark Strickland i Florida Agricultural Extension

Woodpecker-Reuben Cole, Rac- Service at the University of Florida ,
coon 'l\vins-Kim Lawton and entitled "Home Gardeners
Patsey Harding Red Squirrel- Lawn Insect Control guide," ,
John Richard Jones, Brown which in simple form outlinesthe

Earth-Dudley Improta, Silver I[ latest recommendations. ,
Creek-Kay Ferryman and the Single copies are available free I
Forest Ranger-Jay Townsend. of charge at the County Agent's
The following children told I office in the Flagler County

about different birds we have I courthouse.

studied Bald v {
: Eagle Douglass F
Dupont; Mockingbird, David GIRAFFE'S POWERFUL HEART
Higginbotham; Hummingbird, The giraffe's immense heart is
Winston Keene; Kingfisher, Mike one of nature's most powerful
Humphrey; Goldfinch, Bingie
pumps. The organ sends blood
Cauley; and Baltimore Oriole 12 feet to the head. When the'

Becky Mercer head is lowered, a valve checks
After the the
program children the rush of blood, preventing
served Cokes and cookies, to
rupture of the brain. As the
their mothers. As a special 'pres- I animal stands upright, the valve !
ent for mothers members of
then too drain-
prevents rapid a
class gave jeweled combs which II age of blood from the brain.
had made from
they pocket
Studies of the mechanism may
combs, and old jewelry.Approximately I I throw light on the problem of The famous Thriftmaster 6 does the saving
25 mothers
at- high blood pressure in man. r. as standard equipment in this Fleetside
tended the I w .
program. : 't model. For V8 power, you can choose thf
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: :;'}ti yc Trademaster V8, optional at extra cost.


...:!M ..Y.F ,.. I ), Here to talk up Chevy is a r :sYhw: q >/ :.:

big savings roundup _

star Roy
"They tell me

it's the best time of all to put your brand on a -

hard-working, easy-riding. I.F.S. truck. R j >' r.I Lt .

You'll find a full corral to pick from-each '

<, built and priced to save you plenty.

pct'c Roy's laying it right on the line, letting you

in on the best time to buy and the best place Y :r
to save! That goes for whatever model you _

need, too from pickups to tandems. And
with Chevy's I.F.S. (Independent Front Suspension "'

) soaking up road shock and vibration

::' & your Chevrolet stays young, protects the load 4 .

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'-'" -- ;- --- better, works faster. You make more money. f

How big ,is a dollar? community and the dollar And who can offer you anything better than l rr
In terms of bubble gumpond we earn, 'save or spend. that? Just see your dealer-soon.
candy. -tremendous. In Our ability to do things as
terms of automobiles, TV a community, our standardof
sets and such-not so big. living, every step of .5. CHEVROLETliS L xwrydS.
Before we belittle the progess is geared to the .
dollar, however, considerthe amount of money all of us Chevy's hefty 261-cu.-in. Jobmaster 6 is a

lowly ant. One ant, maker and spend in thecomm"munity. TRUCKS: -.big reason for the outstanding popularity.. of
working .alone, couldn't get It's dollars Series 60 middleweights. .
i much done. ,But a colony, working together that makes -. .- ....
to the same task- the community hum. .
that's different. Things get Trade at home for your -.t See your local authorized Chevrolet dealer \t. r I

done. own sakeand'community. .. ........ .. '- -NNNNNNNNMNNNNNNNIN '
That's how it is With out progress. ': # : ,

:' '.1 t. '.i.N This" Community Ad. Sponsored By -.. '::owl. HALL-TUMUN CHEVROLET COMPANY: :1r. ,t

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