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 25, 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
 Record Information
Source Institution: University of Florida
Holding Location: University of Florida
Rights Management: All rights reserved. Board of Trustees of the University of Florida
Resource Identifier: aleph - 001024369
oclc - 33425664
notis - AFA6237
lccn - sn 95047251
System ID: UF00079914:00230
 Related Items
Preceded by: St. Johns tribune
Succeeded by: Palm Coast news
Succeeded by: Flagler/Palm Coast news-tribune

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1 From Trip To' I Next Thursday, June 1, at 12 Sell.Poppies I. Flagler County received surplus Contestants For i
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o'clock, is the date for the tax property valued at $1,677
sale tax certificates on delinquent during the first quarter of 1961,
New Orleans I taxes which is now being This I I Saturday I the Florida Development Commission County QueenEight

advertised in The Tribune. reported today.
( Members of the. graduating The sale will be held at the I I The American Legion Auxiliary -I 1'I The school board, recipient of contestants have been:
class of Bunnell High School courthouse for the county and Unit 115 'members are completing -!the property, acquired ,a boring entered in the "Miss Flagler
are 'returning home today from: also at the Bunnell City Hall for!I plans for the Poppy Day I machine, lawn mower, camera, County" congest which will be
J l their class trip to New Orleans, delinquent city taxes. Sale on Saturday May 27, Unit scales and miscellaneous art- held here on June 2. The con-
and will begin rehearsal at the President Laura Morris said to- icles. test is being sponsored by the

school gym for the Baccalaureate Remedial"Reading day. During the quarter, the Sur- Bunnell Lions Club.
1 !' at 9:15 ,Friday morning. ,I: pliis Property Department of the The contest will be at 8 o'-
= Class Theo Hein an- FreeI The poppies, which are made Commission issued property clock, June 2nd, at the Bunnell
Being Offered by the veterans at the Lake City
nounced today that Alice Faye valued at $3,563,283 to the entire Community Center. .The dead-
Veterans have arrived
Bass the high student state.. line for entering the contest is
\ was top .
Here For First Time and, the committee members are '
midnight, May 31.
in the group of seniors who will
I completing plans for the sale.
(.1 i receive the College Preparatory I Remedial reading will be offered The Poppies, which is the me- ISister of Local Those wishing to sponsor a
Diploma. Polly Forson is second in the 'summer program girl in the contest may do so
; morial flower for those who lost
high in the group. this in Flagler county for by contacting Lions. Club Presi-
year lives in hand
I their the wars, are Resident PassesI
j Top student in the group receiving the first time, School Principal made by the -disabled veteransin ( dent Fred Fruits and paying the

i the General Education I John Craig has announced. He the three hospitals in the I Mamie Lee Meares, sis $500: entrance fee.
Diploma is Betty Ruth Abbott has notified by letter parents of state. ter of J. M. Arnold, Jr., of Bun Those who have entered the
and the second high is Joan boys and girls who should have The Auxiliary Unit purchasesthe nell, passed away Thursday contest at press time were:
Carole H ff. help in improving their reading poppies from the veterans night at her home, 406 Ander- Miss JoAnn Morris, sponsoredby

Miss; Bass will give the welcome ability. There is no fee'or I I and the money realized from son St., in New Smyrna Beach, Shelton's Supermarket; Miss
and appreciation address charge to enter the reading the sale of the poppies is used after a long illness. She was 40 Celestine Stanish, sponsored by
at the commencement program. 'I classes. I I'I'I 'I only for the Child Welfare, and years of age. The Flagler Tribune; Miss
The Baccalaureate service will Mrs. Viola Tonkin of the Bun I Rehabilitation projects carriedon She is survived by her husband Lynda Revels, sponsored by
be held in the Flagler Gym at I nell school faculty will be the II by The, American Legion I Clarence Meares of New Kelley's Texaco Station; Miss
8 P.M. on Sunday evening. Rev. teacher for this reading pro- I Auxiliaries. Smyrna Beach; two sons, Milton Norma Hornsby, sponsored byKing's
:Millard Brock of the First Baptist gram which will start on the The public is asked{ to weara Ray MacDonald and Ray Truck Stop Restaurant;
i Church of Flagler Beach will same date as the summer rec- I I this Saturday and mond Lee MacDonald of Port Miss Jamesene Dawson, spon-
poppy onMemorial
give the Baccalaureate address. reation program, that is on Mon- Day in memory of Orange; her parents, Mr. and sored by Fruits Jeweler; Miss
Rev. W.L. Spicer, Jr. of the Bun day, June 26. Each child will those who gave their lives and Mrs. J. M. Arnold, Sr., of St. Au- Susan Jane Deen, sponsored by
nell Methodist Church will give attend classes for two ,hours five also to help those who disabled gustine. Also surviving are four V. F.W. Post 5213; Miss Fern Al-
the invocation and the benedic- days each week for six weeks.A in our Veterans Hospitals. brothers, J. M. Arnold, Jr., of len, sponsored by The V.F.W.
t tion. Special music will be schedule will be made out Bunnell; Willard Arnold, St Au- Auxiliary; Miss Janice Lovelace,
furnished by the band. ,for eachchild after registrationon gustine; Lloyd Arnold of Lakeland sponsored by the Bunnell Tim
The commencement will be at June 26. I and Marylon Arnold of Or- ber Company.The .
8 o'clock Tuesday evening in The remedial reading section r Union Park Girl I lando. Miss Flagler County, selected -
the gym. Rev. JohnCannon will is for the first grade through I I 1 Graveside services were held will be crowned by Miss

give the invocation and the junior, high., It is to help Improve -i'Entry For ,Beach I at eleven o'clock Saturday morn-. Betty Miss Jo Revels Birthplace who is of the Speed.present I
benediction. Dr. Harland''' Mer- the student's reading be- ing at the Espanola Cemetery I
,riamrwill give*the_:?address...,'- iore. ;he-reaches, : the;high schoollevel. : rs+ ContestMiss *a *- with"Rev William L.-.Spicer, Jrv :The wjnner will represent Flag i!
Beauty ler in the "Miss Florida
Supt. Z._ D. Holland will present ., The teacher will test the of the Bunnell Methodist Church. County
East Coast" Contest to be heldat
the diplomas, and Principal students reading ability and officiating. \ '
James O. Craig will present the analyze the results.In Elizabeth Banks, seventeen I I Craig Funeral Home of Bun- Flagler Beach during the
awards. The band will again addition, there will be pro- year old young lady from ; nelj was. in charge ot(; arrange July Fourth Celebration.
Union Park has entered the :
furnish the special music. vided pleasure reading, story ments. ,
"Miss .Florida East Coast" Con't
telling, dramatization, spelling, I Blood Drawing .
test. She is sponsored by the
and reading materials.A .
Lions. Sponsored small fee will be chargedfor sociation.Union Park Sam Businessmen's Malphurs said As- Patrolman Neeley June 2, 4-7 P. M. '
workbooks and materials
Beauty Contest used. the Businessmen's Assn. .is planning Speaks To The Flagler County Blood Bank
". I to come in. a motorcade Chairman D. D. Moody said to-
from Union Park to attend the day the Red Cross Blood Bank
The beauty contest sponsoredby +Register Soon For contest. I Rotary Club.Patrolman Colored drawing will be held at
the Bunnell Lions Club will Miss Banks was bornin Har-I t I I" "Gabe"" .Neeley of The Carver High School on
-. be in the Civic Center Friday, Summer Credit I rabridge, England, and has lived the Florida Highway Patrol and June 2nd from 4 to 7 P. 1\1.
June 2, at 8 P.M. All contestantswill in the United States for the past I I stationed here, will be guest The drawing was scheduled I
be furnished bathing suits, Session At DBJCA ten years, Mr. Malphurs said speaker at the luncheon meeting to be held at the Bunnell Com
it was announced.To Mr. Malphurs also said Mr. of the Rotary of Club of munity Center but due to the 1
be fitted the contestant is special day time registration -and, Mrs. J.V.. Green will pro.II Bunnell today. Miss Flagler County Contest be.
to go to 'Ruth and Leon's, 15 N. period for the Daytona: vide 'a headquarters for the Con- I Mr. Neeley will speak on ing sponsored by the Lions Club I
Atlantic Ave., Daytona Beach. Beach Junior College summer I testants at the Flagler Beach Highway Safety and will point that evening the change to Carver
Evening are to be furn- credit session has been, sched- '
gowns Hotel this year. out many" of the hazards which High was made. ;
ished by the girls who enter. uled for June 5 through June 9.. Several new features have exist on the Florida Highways All employers ,are asked:ito
The entrance fee for sponsoringa According to summer session been added to the program: this today Program Chairman John cooperate in furnishing .trans-
: girl is $5 which covers all I director, Dr. Merlin G. Cox, students year which include a 'fire twirl I I Cannon said.* portation tothe drawing .*.
costs. may register for up to ing baton act presented by the
Door prizes will be given at nine semester hours of credit: in three Steadman Sisters. -

the contest. I the college's 1961 program Proceeding the contest Mr..II
The club met Monday with Thirty-seven credit courses in Malamphy will present a Bird w "LEST WE FORGET"SUPfttMI
15 members and two visitors. F twelve subject areas In biological -_ Show with his educated Macaws.As .
Ladies night for the club is be- science, economics, education, an added attraction this ;
ing planned for the second l English, history, humanities and year will be the ,Coronation'Ballat I
week of June. The exact date' I mathematics are scheduled. the Woman's Clubhouse anda Ii
will be announced later. Courses in philosophy, physical fioor"s h 0V presented byHelen's i I
science psychology and tech- School of Dance of Day- I
Good Citizenship nical education, including Slide tona Beach.
Rule and fundamentals of electronics Soloist Miss Janet Harris will ,

Awards PresentedThe are, also planned, he said. I also appear on the program.Mr. I .
Most of the summer credit of Malphurs said today that
American Legion Good ferings may be used for teacher representatives of the Town of

Citizenship Award was presented certification, Cox added. Flagler Beach, City of Bunnell,
to Buzzy McKnight in a cere- I F.lagler_ County Board of Commissioners -'
mony at ,the.Bunnell School Fri PTA SHORT COURSEAT Flagler Beach Wom

day morning., Buzzy 1$ the son U OF F JUNE 6-9 i an's Club, Flagler Beach Busi-
of Mr. and "Mrs.. J.H.. McKnight: nessmen's Association and the wrt
Jr., of Flagler Beach and is an "The Challenge of Changing Bunnell Lions Club will be in- NOlJ t / r

eighth grade student. Concepts" has been selected as vited to appear on WJXT Channel
The Good Citizenship Award the theme of the twenty-fifth an- 4 in Jacksonville on June 5. f SUPfttMI w S1CBIFJCE nr[ r, r'
for the- girl was presented to nual short course in parent- TOMUCUtVlTUMNeinitor
Ida Allen, also 'an eighth grade teacher leadership June 6-9 at

student. She is the daughter of the University of Florida. head of the Extension Division's 1 I ,. r wJtt FREEDOM T1+..7ALAr "
:Mr. and Mrs. George Allen, Jr., The short course is ,Department: 'of Auditory Instruction -* +o trraouwart
of Bunnell. each ,year by ,the conduced- and Women's Activities, is I I "- n eu 4

The awards were presented in tension Division of Florida in in charge of the- short II
course'J I
a ceremony at ,school Friday cooperation with' the FloridaI Registration information, II +
morning by members of The I I Congress of Parents and Teach obtainedby, writing to Mrs. It i'A'. i4F4
American Legion. Rev.tW.. 'L s. Cameron, ''805 Seagle. 'Building;I N,
Spicer,. Jr., gave the invocation.; I'er Mrs..; .Edith. McBride Cameron, Ga1n Sv1Ue.. s ,, ": _
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The first game will start at Cecil Westbrook. with Mifce Me- i i i I I pires will be Deen and Pie Stan- '

7:15 and the Beach t and Appliance I Millan receiving. The Beach j J JI '['ish for the: first game. For the-

boys will be looking for I will ha.ye Grover (0-1X .or Kelly I I'seCond game. R. Murray arid-(

: their first win. Harris will start.1.(0-0) and Spivey catching. Urn- j!,!1-' .



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Ford I
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i 1, Big* Sam Bertha who settled Wadsworth Lumber Co. openedup ; ID

'I. ; down Ir{ the second inning, in the first two innings, I' ,
pitched 'the Flagler Clinic to a \I I scoring 8 runs and went on to t"peration

5.4 win over Flagler Beach's big I:beat the Harris Appliance team I ,

Sammy who struck out 7 in a 94. 1,.' I,.. .. ." Volume sales mean savin gs. I II

row for a new record in league Harris out.hit the lumber boy. I iB ", .'.... big savings! And because our I!

-, play. There were*eight. strikeouts 9 to 4, but loose fielding and .:;.'i::.. ,.;wr' : new Fords and Falcons are I
i'I for the night. shaky pitching was the big dif <. ;>:<;:h l.b selling at a terrific pace, we i itt

t1 Sammy ran into a bad first ference. Jim ward had 3 for 3, : \; ;_ can give you a whale of a deal. j
So do your budget a big favor I
I D. Metts had 2 for 3, and Ronnie -
U inning and! gave up three, runs I I .,,' '.: take advantage of thisopportunity I
, on one .hit and, the Beach boys i Canakaris had 2 for 3.: '. at Ford
\ had to settle for only one hit. Ii, WadsworthAb.. R H Dealer's today. your i
r' I D. Burnsed 2 2 1 I

::1/"' Frank Grover, pitcher for the J. Rodgers 1 2 1

i 1'-....... Beach, looked good in his first I I J. Sheffield 2 2 1 EASIEST TERMS ,. .

appearance but was a little wild. I T. .Durrance 2 2. 1 POSSIBLE !

r' However, in a few weeks he will I M Hull 2 0 0IJ.

I surely show some good pitch Schatz '1 '0 0 'P j

ing. Frank was a former pitcher B. Cummins 2.'0 0 :

I'' in the Marines and had one J. Hutchinson 0 :
, of the best pitching records in '61 GALAXIE TOWN VICTORIA.The true :
H. Kuleski 1 0 0 Cash In on our '
! luxury car of the low-price field, with
I the Fifth Command. G. Mercer 3 0 0 TRADE OR Thunderbird-inspired elegance and comfort. new low Galaxle- \

1 A trendsetter if there ever was one!
Beach Ab R H NO prices I now!
19 9 4
B. Wilson 1 1 0 .
J. Stryker 2 1 0 I
J. Burnsed 3 1 1
I A. Spivey .3 0 0 A..iI ,
EL Stula 2 0 0
Littlefield 2 1 0
J. Ward 3 0 3 ,.<.. ,
Kelly 2 1 0 "_
D. Metts 3 0 2 I I: -
Grover 3. 0 0
M. McMillan 3. 1 1 'I'
'61 FOlD .
G. Spivey 2 0 0 : FAIRLANE. Beautifully built to
R. Canakaris 3 1 2 Gives and saves
,L. Johnson2 0 0 take care of itself goes up to 30,000 t.
:B. Barrow 3 1 0 miles between lube jobs 4,000 miles the most for
Hilsenbeck 2 0' 0 between oil Truck Size brakes adjust
I H. Wells 2 0 0
Peterson 1 1 0 themselves-automatically. the least
/ C. Westbrook 2 0 0
X. 18 4.1
24 4 9 .....
Clinic Ab R H x

Kuleski' .1 1 0 .
Whitaker 3 1 1
}! J. Cauley 2 1 0 BIG America's

S Haynes; ..r 1.1 0 Wadsworth. Lumber Co. and '61 FALCON TUDOR.A Falcon with stand- I
MONEYSAVINGEVENT. and transmission averaged 32.6 in
Taylor 1 0 1 and'Clinic. will I mpg
Flagler Hospital
I the 1961 Mobilgas Economy Runhighestpassenger sedan!
Nipper 1' 0 0 meet in the second game tonight gas mileage by a 6- or cylinder car in 0

S. Kendall 2 0 0 (Thursday) and contest "- the Run's 25-year history .cured wtarwlactunn en comparison' tuggtf.d ef

B. Kendall 2' 0 1 i'I for first place. F.DJLF./ moil delifttH prices

S. Bertha 1 1 0 The lumber boys will have G.
Mercer (1.0) and A. Hull whilejthe '

14 5 3 i Clinic will go with Big
Bunnell Motor
... i R HBeach j Sammy (1.0) and J. Cauley. ,
3,1 0 0 ,0 4 1Clinic' I This should turn out to be a
Falcon Cousin of the Thunderbird-Now
I Futura-COmpact at Your Ford Dealers
1400x53.1(good pitching duel. I

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IJ.- I BAR AND PACKAGE STORE' Village Hardware Center

Service Station CL 3-8113 PHILLIPS 66 GAS & OILS Match and mix any color
BAR & COCKTAIL Builder's Kitchenware
Supplies -
v LOUNGE Fuel Oil, Kerosene, Tractor Fuel GIFTS GREETING CARDS
Batteries Minor
Repairs Concrete Inc.
o' Bunnell ID. 7-7119 Open Under New ManagementCome Quillian's GasolineU. AlA Ormond Beach CL 20420

In and Get Acquainted DRUG STORES 1 N. Bunnell ID 7-3676 JEWELER

Biddle ,Gulf ServiceGASOILLUBRICATION: Ocean Blvd AlA .Flagler Beach

,Anderson Drug: Store FLOOR COVERING O. F. BEACH

Tilecraft .Company"LET Elgin Watches-Diamonds
7 A.M.: -10 P..M.-T Days HOTEL BAR Sick Room Supplies
State&Lambert' ITS 1-ID 7-7190 ... Sundries US FLOOR YOU" Exceptional Gifts
"The Meeting Place .* Watch
BUNNELL Armstrong & Kentile RepairS-Engraving

I ". Colonial Service StationEARL of Flagler County" Sold and Installed gAll 49 W. Granada Ormond Beach

. E. RICE. Proprietor, MJim and Yvonne Serving" Moody's PharmacyFlagler Work Guaranteed OR 7-2384

OASILLUDRICATION County's Corner Drug: store Ormond Beach OR 7.3181 J ADIOTELEVISIONPAUL'S
BOTTLE or BULK FOUNTAIN SERVICE Ormond Bedding and, Atenna Sales & Installations .\

; Sullivan's' Gulf, ServiceS : FLAGLER COUNTY'S ONLY BunnelL Flo. Phone ID 7.3661 Furniture Co. Authorized Sales RCA Victor


TIRES-TUBES-ACCESSORIES 1 PHONE ID 7-3551 ORMOND PRESCRIPTION. $10 TradeLn Covers Down PaymentR. 1370 Ocean Blvd AlA ,.

Beach Information Help Flagler County Grow PHARMACY S.. ROBENBERRY, Owner Ormond Beach OR 7.2852 .

,' Specializing Clean Rest Rooms"Service and By Shopping at Home Sick Room Supplies Sundries 68 Granada, Ormond Ben. OR'1-4-11

In The Heart of Flaglr Beach BUILDING SUPPLIES 24-Hour Prescription Service' NURSERY-
Free Delivery In Flagler Beach GARDEN SHOP -
AUTO REPAIRS Rt. AlA 1 mL North of Wagon Wheel Nursery
\ WICKLINE Grays Garden Center
Shade Trees. Potted Plants I'
EDGAR'S GARAGE Ileadqnanen for Gardening: Need
Building Supplies Thompson PharmacyYour Ceramics. Gifts Dry Arrangement Shrubs
24-Hour;Towing Service Material
free: one with
1.000 plants everydollar
COMPLETE, AUTO REPAIRS Annuals Shrubbery -'Fertilizers you spend. Thousands bf J
STEEL Put, YourPRESCRIPTIONS rarities at reduced prices. Beet In
Automatic Tranau l.lon'Service TORO LAWN MOWERS town. l

Wheel_ Balancing-Front..Alignment,, End Flagier Beach -, HE 9.2254 147 Tomoka Avenue-Ph. OR 7-051 548 8. IT.8. 1 HW y, Ormond Death
In Our Hands ORMOND
:-to Granada' Ormond-OR 7-OS83 (
CLEANERS Ormond Drugs A. Prescription.Shop PUBLISHERS & PRINTERS
AUTOMATIC TRANSMISSION i 141 W. Granada Ormond 7.1421 HARDWARE .


'\ SERVICE EVERY CLEANING Walgrea: + AgencyPRESCRIPTIONS Exclusively at Publishers Printers'

Repairing--Rebuilding ** FLAGLER Phone ID 7-3282
: :'- 'Open 8_ te 0, :
Central Florida'. lint cpeeUUct IB ,,- 1
AUTOMATIC''TRANSMISSIONS : P> .ne TO 7-3188' Sick, Room ,Supplies > Sundries HARDWARE. I
1239 RidKewood Holly Hill 115 N. Bay St. Bunnell 18 W. Granada Ave."''Ormend 0e eh' BUNNELL. FLORIDA'r: -
-, OR 7-1881 : OR r-saao- .n gler Beach HE 9.2103


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Vines serve many ,purposes Last Year Up Little I 50 ------------1 Lean Tender
.for the gardener.
Personal income received by J!

Take the one that produces Floridians last year came to, a TOP VALUE STAMPS PORK HAMS tb 45e

.egg-like gouds-it's ideal for the total of $9,744,000,00, a 5 percent j

practical joker. Then there is a gain over 1959, matching I Limit one 'coupon to ADULT Boston" Butt

.vine that specializes in dishcloth the national average increase, I with $5.00',or more food order,at Loin End ROAST ,b.45@
t production.: the Florida State Chamber of
reports. \
7 Bird'' lovers like Trumpet- Armour Star 1 lb. celloThis
Creepers because they attract "While this total gain in 11 Coupon Expires 5.27. .61

1 air hummingbirds.' Floridian's relatively FRANKS'ea.
treading pocketbooks was I 53e
'Other lovers like the privacy satisfactory, the per
vines give them when sitting on'I capita figure was not so en

the porch with a beau. 'I I couraging. Per capita income is TOP VALUE STAMPS.. Lean ,FreshSPARE .
Many small fry like vines because -% derived by'dividing total incomeby

} they harbor chameleons-I I the state's poulation as of I PLUS BIG SELECTION FRESH RIBS .b.45@

the lizards that the first of July. Florida's rapid MERCHANDISE FAST ,SERVICE

or and show their money bags. population gains, especially in 1 MORE PROOF SHELTONS' -

These are :some reasons 'why the non-earning youngest and 'I GIVES YOU MORE NECK BONES PIG FEET

University oldest :age groups, have resultedin

of Florida horticulturists say slower gains in per capita j FAT BACK MULLET

vines are ,fine because of their income than in, total income. In STRICTLY FRESH PRODUCE.
'attractivenss-both foliage and 1960, the figure stood at $1,949, I $ 00

I flowers. a one per cent gain over the II U.S. No. 1 6 lbs. IYELLOW
Vines' lend contrast and character revised 1959 figure. The national '.

f 1 to landscape plantings. average was $2,242 last year, ONIONS lb. 5c Worlds BestHAMBURGER I
They acceutuate architectiural 4 per cent more than in 1959. 'I
lines, especially the closely Fresh 3. $*39 I
clinging species. "More significantly, Florida'sper I BLACK EYE PEAS lb. 19c Ibs I
capita income was 90 per !
.: Many of the creepers are adept cent of the national average in U.S. No. 1 Fancy i
at introducing color, 'form and Lykes 4 lb. Canned
1959 but dropped to 87 per cent CORN 8 ears 49c I
texture onto otherwise uninter-
last year, the first drop since 0 ;
esting objects, shrubs or trees. PICNICSArmour ea.f2 I
1951. But despite this slowing I
Many gardeners say that vines down, the Florida per capita In- Chase & Sanborn I
are the best plants yet to give
come'again led the south. These StarBOLOGNA !
'i their homes an air of tropical .
living by using them to cover income figures are official but Coffee Lfc 57 & $ 00 !
preliminary and therefore sub- 2 I
i passageways or to form patio SPICED HAM ibs I
ject to revision later in the
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walls. .
food order
year. Limit one $5.00 or more
"' Ornamental vines, as a group, Lean. BRISKET 0 i
.' are well adapted to a wide '

t J range of soils. Most of, them onry construction often contains Shurfine STEW 3 lbs $100':
I thrive in sand niarl FLOUR 39 .
clay or trouble-making lime, so remove 5 lb. bag j
t' rockland, provided plant food
the contaminated soil to a depthof
and, moisture are adequate.Soil 18 inches. Replace it with a New From Welch FROZEN FOOD BUYS I

preparation is most Im- normal acid soil taken from an- FIESTA PUNCH 2 59C -
portant in a vine planting proj other location. cans Winter Garden 24 ,oz. bag

soil ect. into Time good spent tilth in working will insure the Planting Vines ARMOUR CANNED MEATS BLACK EYE PEAS 39' .
The planting season is about ea. I
i I that you will produce vigorous any time the notion strikes you Birds Eye 10 oz. pkg. i
and have trouble 5 oz can'
plants possibly I
-provided the vines are small, BRUSSELS SPROUTS 2 for 69c
free MEAT 5
i care lajer. thrifty, container-grown plants. POTTED .. for, Swanson
\ To 'geta project underway, Just 'before the rainy season ..
spread about 4 inches of com- starts is a good time to try your 24 oz. TV DINNERS ea. 59cBEEF !

post, peat, leaf mold, or well- luck. Deciduous vineS-wisteria, STEW 2
decomposed manure, over .the trumpet-vine and othersdobest r89c ,
where the vines will
area be when planted in the cooler Heinz jar '
Bondware 80 count .
\ planted As a topping, sprinkle '
I the area with a liberal amountof season.Inplanting either container- PAPER PLATES earl' 89''' HOT DOG. RELISH 29Mussleman's '
6-6-6 fertilizer, and then mix )
grown or "balled and burlapped"plants
the organic material and soil
dig a hole which is
with 303 can ',
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slightly larger than the ball of
muck soil, leave off the
earth about ,the roots. If the '
organic application and applyan plant is in a container, carefully

0-8-12 fertilizer containing remove the plant without dis- Apple Sauce 10
only and
phosphorus potassium. trubing the ball of earth about ea. .
Before planting vines close to .
the roots and settle it in the
a tree, remove the tree roots in .
hole at the same depth it was
the immediate area-but not I Limit Two With $5.00 Or More Food Order
in the container. .
ti too many roots, or the tree may
Partially fill in around the
die. Such trees sand I
f as pines I
plant with rich garden soil.
will not stand much snitch-
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soil at the base of I s
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the tailed plants. Do not 12 oz. Skippy _

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; ,: PAGE.FOUK ', ? : ". THE ,FLAGLER TRIBUNE.. BUNNELL,. FLORIDA Thursday, May 25, 1961
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falJ! d5eackV Rev. Reynold N. Hoover, min Service Registered

: -I: ( r. r ister. Sunday school 9:30 and R. MOODY-Ph. ID 7.3240 Real Estate Broker
morning worship 10:30 at the
il,'.....t ,, ,"' ;., -' LUNA BABBITT' 4>'0 : .. Woman's Club building.Rev. Service Reasonable Prices Bunnell Florida
; ': : ',- = ""j- Telephone HEmlock 9-2038
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and Mrs Reynold Hooverare

,'ri FLAGLER BEACH SCHOOL I' After choir practice at the day from their trip North. Rummage Sale I I CommunityMemorial

Graduation exercises for' the I First Baptist Church Saturday I 3 DAYS JUNE 1-2-3 I Church
, sixth grade will be held Monday I I4 night, the members of the choir Mr. and Mrs. Joel Smith from 8 a. m to 8 p. m. I Inter-denominational
\4 evening, May 29th, at 7:30 I were joined by Rev' and Mrs. Palatka were in their beach Additional clothing added I
in the, school cafetorium with ,Millard Brock for a social in the home here for the weekend.Rev. .
hour for
I I the final Parent-Teaeher meet I i Church Basement.' It 'was to evry the three days day Daytona Ave I
ing of the year. Next year PTA i honor i those with birthdays this and Mrs. Millard Brock FLAGLER BEACH
officers will:, be installed during month. Margie Schatz Mrs. MayShill accompanied Mr. and Mrs. A. O. Blue Bonnet Thrift I Sunday School 10:00 A.bi.
'J' ,, the evening's program. I: Mrs. Merele Kirkpatrick I II Brantley on Saturday to Ocala, I Church Service 11:00 A.M:. t
( i There are 17 members of.Prin; I and Rev. Brock were the hon Dunellon and Silver Springs. Shop ; R. W. DICKERT. Paator
',cipal W. E Fennell's sixth gradeto "I ored guests. I
I : Visiting several days this ,
take part in the graduation Special birthday cake was I _
I week with Mr. and Mrs. J. P.
ceremony. I served with cokes and'gifts were : I II
:I Stryker, Sr., are their neice and
to each honored
Officers elected for next year's presented guest.. '
her husband, Mr. and Mrs. Richard -
f r PTA who'are to be installed are: I TRIP SURANCEGo
i| Carye from Townsend, Ohio.
{rs. Robert Owens, president; Mr. and Mrs. A. O. Brantleywere Protected
They are stopping-over on their
" Halpld Smith, vice president; in Jacksonville last week ,I return home from Key West and A new service that we are proud to offer at
Mrs. Charles Meekins, secretary; end visiting with their son in Miami. remarkably low rates. Whether you plan to
Ih and Mrs. Sara Martel, treasurer. law and daughter Re and Mrs. I i be vacationing 3 days or 6 months -See us
t. Installing officer will be, Mrs.E. Richard Engelmann. NEARNESS OF CUBA about your trip-surance

P. Fleurie. !II H. T. COOK AGENCY
-- .Mrs. J. W. Zilch arrived last Cuba is so close to the United
Citizens Bank Building
i :Mr. and :Mrs. Miles Meeks week from Savannah to spend States that in normal times
cu-I Bunnell, Florida ID 7-3361
from Jacksonville were in their some time at her beach home bans can easily fly to bii
1 cottage for the weekend. here. or Key West, shop, and return
t ; home the same day. The 750- I
:Miss Lavinia ,Crocker from Mrs. Sarah Dickinson came mile-long island was discovered
'., Boston, .:Mass., is spending two from Windsor, N. Y. for two I by Christopher Columbus just 27th
'l I Saturday May
weeks here with her cousin, Mrs.. weeks,. at her home here. She two weeks after his first land ,
Edward A. Kruger. They visited was accompanied on the trip by fall in the New World. After|
with friends in Cocoa on Sun I Mr. and Mrs. A.; Wood and also centuries of Spanish rule,
day and also took the our of I Mr. and Mrs.: A.:S. Reynolds, all became independent in cuoa'i
't the Missile. Base ,at Cape Car from Schnectady} N. Y., and theyare 1902. Since then, the Tennessee Walt
i na veral. her house guests while here. republic has witnessed the I
flight or deposition of nine I '
f :bar and Mrs. Skippy Novick Mrs. Nettie Brusich is leavingthis presidents. About 6,500,000 people I & The Country Cousins

I were, accompanied to Jacksonville week for Cleveland, Ohio, live on the island which is .
during the ,weekend by Mr. where she will visit with her the world's largest sugar' cane I 9 P. M. to 2 A. M.Lucky's I.
and"Mrs. Ted Kolhaas from,Hol' daughter, Mrs._ William Clem- I producer. I
'I ly Hill. They celebrated :Mr. ence, for two weeks.
Kolhaas's birthday. Florida dairymen led dairy j
t .. Miss Judy' Stryker, with her producers of the nation for the: BarA1A
Mr. and Mrs: Robert Schatz mother, ,Mrs. J, P. Stryker, and past 10 years in both percentage
\ with theIr daughter Margie and brother, Terry, returned home of increase in milk produc Highway Flagler Beach
i" son Ed visited'on Sunday in St.i: Friday after spending two Weeks tion per cow and percentage in
1 ", Augustine. .vacationing in Ohio. crease in total milk production.
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,PRICES GOOD-Thurs.-Fri.-Sat. May 25-26-27, 1961
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Copeland's Smoked 211'2 can SouthernCOFFEE

Ib. YAMS 21e
49 can
can lb. Chicken of the Sea
Limit one with $5.00 or more food order
TUNA 290
SnowdriftSHORTENINC Wilson's CertifiedBaking can

Alabama Girl Dill

Hens ib. 39 PICKLES 48ozjar3ge

3 (Ib. 5 9 .Fresh FrozenSliced Hormel's SPAM 2 cans 890 'i i

can PORK LIVER *I 39 for I

Cabot CharcoalBRIQUETS '
Limit one with $5.00 or more food order
303 Can Shurfine Center Cut Western 10 Ib. bag 690

FRUIT 80 count White 9 inch

Cocktail 3 for 69* Pork Chops f ib. 69* PAPER PLATES Phg.9S0

25 ft. Reynolds i

46 oz. Shurfine GRAPEFRUIT U.S. Choice Beef FOIL WRAP 33e jl
Pu g.

JUICE 5 cans for $1 Round Steak lb. 89* PICNIC Play Boy. JUGS- / gal.' $1 49- I


10 oz. Birds Eye Fresh GeorgiaGARDEN

PEAS 2 pfor:- 3PEACHES Ibs. 290

10 oz. West Wonder Fresh' '

WBERRIESS;s. $100. STRING BEANS 2 ib.. 290

+ 6 oz. Seald Sweet Fresh Ripe ,

LEMONADE ': 10 Z: 990 TOMATOES 2 ib, 390 I i

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I' Hoke Cobb is a patient in the
Mrs. Edwin Clement of Water-i :Margaret Cook entertainedwith Riverside Hospital in Jacksonville
short time 1 A luncheon at Johnston's I for medical treatment.
ville, Maine, spent a
LO.CALP here Wednesday visiting with Coffee Shop in Daytona Beach I Friends are wishing him a
J 'Wednesday honoring Freda Deen j I
friends. She was enroute home speedy recovery.
after a short visit in Orlando 'who was celebrating her birthday

I,with Mrs. G. A. Pacetti. anniversary. Mrs. Walter Knight, Mrs. Rob-
B.UDNEY-DAVIS IDLEWOOD CLUB J Mrs. Clement and her late Invited Guests included Phyl- ert French and son Steve, were
I't MOTHERS TEA. husband were winter visitors lis Barber, :Mary Pache, Jeanette visitors in Jacksonville Tuesday.
't' Mr. and Mrs. Leonar 1!. Davis,I HELD SUNDAY I here for many years and she Bertha, Mary Ketus Holland,
Litchfield, Connecticut, recently t Alice Johnston, Margaret Jane (More on page 6)
was active in- the social and
announced the engagement of I. The Idlewood Club's annual Deen, Madge Johnston, and Bet-
church circles of Bunnell. She (
Mothers' Tea was ;held Sunday I
their daughter, Lyda Jane, to ty Moore.
afternoon at the home of Mrs. vas a member of the Methodist
Thomas W. Budney, son of Mr. I. J
Herschel'' King, Ridgewood Avenue Church Choir and often} soloist'for
and Mrs. Zigmond W. Budney, CITIZENS BANK
the choir. ''I Mrs. Joe Kiley and son Jimmy
Torrington, Connecticut. The from 3to 5 o'clock. I
left during the past weekend
I Mr. Clement enjoyed hunting
Davises were former residents of The tea table centerpiece was and fishing. during the winter'I!returning to their home in of BUNNELL
I bride-elect is
and the
an attractive arrangement of I seasons. Quebec City, Canada, after an
the niece of Mr. and Mrs. J. E.I I I ,
pink and white mums and snapdragons I extended visit here with her
r Barber of Miami. ? I in a silver basket. This SON"FOR THEANDERSONS I parents, Mr. and Mrs. Louis Will Be Closed
work in the
I The couple i was flanked at either end with I Trad. Mrs. Kiley is the former
Miss Davis, a''
t photograph field. II lighted pink tapers in silver Andersonof I Miss Nazhla Trad of Bunnell.
Mr. and Mrs. 'H. W.
of Litchfield High I II
graduate candlesticks. Dainty finger food I Houston, Texas, are anuounc- TUESDAYObserving
School, is employed by Morgan's
was also arranged in silver I Howard Emery returned to his
I' Photo and Gift Shop, Ban ing the arrival of a son born
holders. home from St. Vin
I May 6. He weighed eight pounds Thursday
r 1 tam. Mr. Budney graduated I cent's Hospital in Jacksonville
.i' from Torrington High School Mrs. H. T. Cook presided at I and four ounces. He is the where he received treatment for
(,.. and attended Hillyer College.]the tea service and Mrs. William'''grand son of Mr. and Mrs..Louis
I in received in auto-
juries an
After ,serving two years inthe Deen at the coffee service. J Trad of Bunnell. Mrs. Anderson r}i
mobile accident about three
j .United States Marine Corps, he I Each guest was presented is the former Miss. Janet Trad j weeks ago. He is recuperatingat Memorial Day .
1 studied at the New York Institute with a corsage. Mrs. Lucille An- of Bunnell. '
I the home of his parents, Mr.
f of Photography with specil- derson, who is a honorary memo I
and Mrs. Harold Emery, !
I ization in portraiture. Upon ber of the cub, was also presented RICHARD OWEN UPSONMr. i I Legal Holiday
I panola.
graduation from N.Y.I. in 1959, with a silver bookmarkas and :Mrs. Richard Upson
.){ Mr. Budney opened a portarit a farewell ,gift. of Huntsville, Alabama, announce I
I studio above Morgan's Photo and Enjoying the affair were thirty the arrival of a son born I
Gift Shop in Bantam. guests which included mothers May: 5. He is the grandson of .

J. A September 9th wedding is grandmother, and a few I Mr. and Mrs. Lawrence'Upson
being planned. '. invited guests of the club mem- ,of Daytona Beach and the great Ii
bers. grand son of George Biddle of

VETERANS j, Visiting with Mr. and Mrs. i
Friends of A. G. Bradley of! HOSPITAL .Louis Trad last week was their 3 NIGHTS OF GOOD I

Bunnell will regret to know that I I I daughter, Mrs. Jack Milholland DANCING MUSIC
he is a patient in the University!j Tommy Salyerds returned to I and two young sons of Jackson-
t Medical Center in Gainesville the Veterans Hospital in Au- ville. Mrs. Milholland is the
for medical treatment. His con. I gusta, Georgia, this week for former Miss Nazhla Trad of! FRIDAY & SATURDAY
dition is reported as serious. I medical treatment. Bunnell.
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1 1 Mr. and Mrs. Don Alford and ]YIr\. and Mrs. Marvin Parker, I Guests of Mr. and Mrs. J. C. TO LSUNDAY .1.1I (

i young son of Jacksonville visit- Tony Parker, and Benton Eisen. Rodgers two days last week were
.ed. here Sunday with Mr. and bach, motored to Cape Canaveral I,their graVid daughter, Mrs. TonI I d 6 TILL ? :

.t' Mrs. H. F. Wray and Mr. and Sunday where they enjoyed the I Rice and two children of Jack- Flagler, Beach On Ocean Shore Blvd. AlA f i
Mrs. O. F. Alford. .tour and bpen house.! 1 sonville. I. !

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f New Crop YellowONIONS
Green CiatYELLOW Beechnut 4% oz. Wilson U.S.D.A. 2y2 lb Box '
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PEAS FOOD fi for59 Golden RipeBANANAS r (I

Fed Pork Cut' 'I
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EwS A SHORT STORY with their cousin. Joe, Brannamof through: Cape Canaveral and

CONSERVATION The Lone SurvivorBy a Cocoa on ,the who tour. accompaniedthem open house.

By: Tilmon W. Robinson
Barbara J. Pache
:$ .SCS technicians have recently, Put, splut, put went one of (Continued from Page 5) Mr. and Mrs. C. H. Gordon and RCA VICTOR

assisted Flagler' District Cooperators our plane engiries. "Oh no," sons visited the Cape Sunday LIVING COLOR 'TV

: 1... E. Wadsworth and T. R.. said Bob right in the middle Miss Nancy Brannam of Bun- where they' enjoyed the tour "LOOK FOR THE PICTURE
I nell, who is a student at the IN TUB WINDOW"
fertilization of
S Godwin in the -
of the Pacific. I'll radio Han- Southern Radio & Television
I University of Florida in Gainesville
x their farm fish ,ponds.A hera. After Bob tinkered with FREE PAINTOne 226 E. Granada-Ph. OR 7-2001
has recently been elected OUMOND
regular commercial, all the radio for awhile it went I
as vice president of Yulee Dormi- extra gallon of your choice
r chemical, fertilizer with 88.4 dead Then our first engine
.tory for the next fall session. with each gallon you buy REQUEST FOR RIDS
analysis was used. The fertilizer conked out! Bob _came running f Notice Is, hereby given. that the
This will also make her a mem- Carter Paint Store
Mary Board of
was uniformly spread over from the of the plant "Our I County Commissioners
rear ;
ber of The Hall Council for the will receive sealed bids until 9
the entire surface of the ponds exhaust nozzle. is on fire," he named Also WeatKate Shooplnff Outer A. M. June 5th, A.D. 1961 in the A
She has also been
year. office of the Clerk of the Circuit
from-a boat. The fertilizer will yelled. Tom put the plane on on the Welcoming Committeefor Court in the Flagler County Court-
not directly effect. the fish, but an automatic pilot and told me house, Bunnell. for the following::
the fall ,session.Mr. 68 ft. 36"" 12 gauge Asphalt-
will grow an abundance-- to get out. "No," I said, "I'm Rummage SaleUsed coated. Corrugated 'Metal Pipe.
C 2-36", 12 gauge Asphalt-coated
microscopic plants and animals. not leaving alone." But at
you I and Mrs. M. B. Fuller were Connecting Bands.
The small plant and animal life that moment Tom pushed me 60 ft. 24". 16 gauge. Asphalt-
in Homerville<< Georgia, duringthe and Useful Clothingand coated Corrugated Metal Pipe.
will attract all kinds of larger 60 ft. 18". 16 gauge Asphalt-
out.I past weekend visiting with coated Metal Pipe.
insects, from which the fish will landed Island andas Household Items
on a tiny Mr. and Mrs. D. M. Hughes, and Prices to be FOB Bunnell delivery -
feed. far I could tell there as needed.
as were JUNE 1.2.3 The Board the
Mr. and Mrs. Benny Leviton. reserves right to
Technicians have ''recently assisted no people around.' The plane reject any and all bids.
Mrs. Fuller also attended a
Dated at Bunnell Florida this
r Leslie Tucker, G. M. Spur- I went down about five minutes I reception shower given Friday Blue Bonnet Thrift 16th day of May A. D. 1961.
lin, and T. R. Godwin in the development after I landed. I suppose Tom ATTEST Alfred. II Tucker, Chairman
evening complimenting bride- :
of complete soil and never jumped out. At least Ididn't I E. A. Smythe. Clerk Boardof
elect Eula Jane Hughes. Shop County Commissioners of
water conservation plans on see him. j Flagler County. Florida. .

their farms.In Poor Tom! Well enough for I Visiting here during the week I I Seville, Fla. May 18-25-2tc,

the' Southern Great Plains Tom. Now I've got to think : end with Mr. and Mrs. H. F. IV TIIK CIRCUIT COURT OFFLAGI.KR

rock formations yield large about myself. I took a torn map I i Wray were their grand children, IIX TUB COURT OF THE-COUNTY I II IX ClIAftCHIlY COUNTY.NO. 4247 FLORIDA
quantities of ground water to out of pocket and all signs I JUDGE )<'LAG I.EIt COUNTY, MARY BHADY,
my I Brenda and Steve Gresham of FLORIDA IN ,-nOUATE.IN Plaintiff .
wells. At present these forma- showed that I was in the Phil- Gainesville.Levi I Re: Estate of vs. .
deceased.To FRANCIS
Edward A. Kruger
tions hold huge amounts of wa- pine Islands. On a small island I All Creditors and Persons BHADY.Defendant..

ter. However, only about .2 of outside of Mindandao. The island Jr., Susie, and James I Said Having Estate Claims: or Demands Against THE STATE NOTICE OF TO FLORIDA DEFEND TO: '

an inch of the annual precipitation known as the "Lonely Is- Alan Brannam were among those You and each of you are hereby ttfr Francis Brady
notified and required to present Residence UnknownYou
reaches the groundwater land." from Bunnell who visited the any claims and demands which are hereby notified that: a

supply. In 1935 annual with- For the next few days I lived I open house tour at Cape Canav- you, or either of you may have the suit above has been entitled filed. against you in
against the estate of Edward A. cause; and you
drawals by pumping were about on bananas and coconuts. I had I aral Sunday. They also visited Kruger, deceased, late of said are hereby required to file your answer -
I County to the County Judge of I with the Clerk of this Court
equal to the recharge rate-I to eat different plants and Flagler County Florida, at his office and to serve a copy thereof upon
50,000 acre feet. In 1958 the worms too. One night as I was reflected in the court house of said the plaintiff or plaintiffs attorney
salvaged from the plane. County at Bunnell. Florida, within whose name and address is:
withdrawal was 7,000,000 acre lying on my bed of grass I heard perfectly with the helpof .eight calendar months from the I Ray Selden
time of the first publication of this Selden Building
feet. At that rate, authoritiessay something that sounded like a the moonlight. Slowly but notice. Each claim or demand shallbe Daytona Beach Floridanot
: in writing and shall state the later than June 16th A. D. 1961.
the reserve of 200,000,000 helicopter. It was a helicopter! surely they landed on the tiny place of residence and post office If you fail to do so, decree pro '
acre feet will be exhausted in I Quick as a wink I ran to get island. After they picked me up address of the claimant, and shall confesso will be entered against
be sworn to by the claimant agent. vou for the relief demanded in the
about 30 years. some ,bits of steel that I had and gave me some food, they attorney, and any such claim or bill of complaint. The nature of
--- demand not so filed shall be void. said suit being for divorce.
told me that they had been looking la/ Helen B. KrugerAs WITNESS my hand and seal of
for me for three weeks. I executor of the Last Will I said Court this 10th day of May.
and Testament of Edward A. A. D. 1961.Official .
told them my story and they Kruger, deceased. ( Seal E. A. SMYTHE '
CLASSIFIED First publication May 11, 1961. I Clerk of said Circuit Court
told me theirs.The end. I u ray 11-18-25 & June 1-4tc May 18-25& June 1-8-4tc

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Listing under this heading are 3 cents per word eaclr Insertion,
75 cents la minimum charge.

I, FOR SALE-;- 48 Jeep 4 wheel dr. I FOR SALE-Baby', 15 foot !I. S SAFE '"

good condition. Can be seen at deep freeze, air compuressor,
E. L. Bell, Deen Road. 'wrecker winch. Call ID 73664.

May 25.2tp C May 25-ltc

I -lWANTEDHigh:-- \. \"

WANT TO TRADE-22 automatic School boy for ; '.

Remington Rifle for a 38 revolver light work this summer in Flag-
ler Beach. Must have transpor- '; -' ;
Smith-Weston or Colt .>. .
with short barrel. Call ID 73168. i tation. Call HE 9.2061 evenings ...' ..!,
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-- FOR SALE-4 unit apartment I I ,
THIS SUMMER house. Main St. Flagler Beach, .. \
1% blocks from ocean. Priced to c\:
Furnished 3-room aparts. and ,. s x>;<
sell. C. Leslie Ginn, 421 LemonSt. rf' :, /
efficiencies, $15 to_ $65 per
., Palatka, EA 53534. ':

July month and, plus August.utilities HE for 92122.June, April- -13-8tp- ;.: ::: :- < r 2's ;: ;:, ) .

May 25.4tc ATrENTION-Man or woman:
Serve Consumers with Rawleigh >
IF YOU 'OWN A LOTAnywhereIn Products In "<. \
Flagler Co. Must 1
Flagler bounty, call HE 9- have desire to earn $100 per, ....r'. / t
having I .
2073 'for information about week & up. See C. D. Gall R No. ..
2 3 bedroom home built .,
a or 2 Box .,
Palatka, or writRacvleigh's .!
with no down payment at only Dept. FAE-360.2' .i.. ':-

$56 a month which covers all ._ vI -
Memphis, Tenn. 5-18-Stp I .
costs. .. ,
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May 25-4tc SEPTIC TANK-cleaning reason :;' \. ,
: .i:lyr '
able rates. George Jarosz, Phon'I f.1YJfIV '

FOR RENT-Unfurnished 2 bed- ID7.3410 3.2 to 8-24-tj:; .
room duplex, screen porch. Also ) $
1 bedroom furnished house. FOR RENT-furnished 2 bedroom .

Phone ID 7-3304. 518.25 one bath house, Daytona Ave.,
Flagler Beach. Completely ren '

FOR SALE-45 Registered Angus ovated. $65, 0 per month. Key .with a iiameieSS "quick reeo.very"i'l

bulls. 24 to 30 months. Calfhood I can, be picked up at Sullivan' ; ,_ :. ,

vaccinated. T.B. Certified. Exceptional 14 Gulf Station. Nov 10-tt -'?. water heater and modern electric range \ ,

breeding. Knollwood -

Angus Ranch, Bartow, Florida. I FOR RENT on -the ocean 1 ant ,- You'll enjoy an Electric Water Heater. SO SAFE! -for precious .

Phone 5333665. Off Route 60 2 bedroom apartments completely v peace of mind. No constant-burning pilot light. SO CONVENIENTinstalls .

midway between Bartow and I] furnished, utilities included I anywhere.. .needs'no flue or vent. so QUiCKI-a! super- .

Lake Wales. 518.2tc i:Sensible rate day, week, monthor ', "t fast "Quick-Recovery" 'model is the answer to a lot of hot 'water \' .: j ,
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permanent Sun Sea Mote I I, 10 .. required in b l' .
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IN THE COUNTY JUDGE'S COURT, TRUMPTER SWANS | counted in the United States. Description S 'T R A. Taxes 4 Cots
FLAGLER COUNTY, STATE ,OF i I I Lots 11-12 Block 91 Harris, 1. L. Jr.. &
FLORIDA. The trumpeter swan has stageda Today, thanks to conservation, j Louise 3.3t
Lots 11-12 Block Davis Eliza &
93 : Eman-
Estate of Edward A. Kruger. de-I dramatic comeback from the 1,500 of the lordly birds live in uel nazel 'l.se '

r State I Blocks 102-103-113-114.' Cobb H. S. & Wllda 34.18<<
brink of'ex 1nction. In 1935 only the continental. United States
The of Florida. To All
k per-I Lot 1 Block 123 __ Brown Nathan & Willie -
- sons Interested in the 46 adult 'trumpeters could be and Canada. 3.39
said Decedent: Lots 1-10-11-12, 'block
You are hereby notified' that a 124 .
King Riley ___ 5.12
written Instrument purporting to Block
Lot 3 129 Stephenson Lula 9.59
the Last
Lot 1 Block 130' _._ Davis Fred & Eliza 9.U
said decedent has been admittedto IN CHANCERY NO. 4240: ,I IN CHANCERY NO. 4253 '
Lots 3-t Block 131 Paramore, Emily Es-
probate in said Court. GEORGE. T. FOSTER.Plaintiff FREDERICK tate 7.86
You are hereby commanded with- Plaintiff '
in six calendar months from the vs. I SIMMONS Block 139-140 __ Cobb Hoke & 'Vllda 0.77
date of the first publication of this BILLIE R. FOSTER.Defendant. MILDRED MOYLE Blocks 141-149-150 ex-
notice to appear in said Court and Defendant cept R/W of US Hwy
show cause, if any you can, why NOTICE TO DEFEND I NOTICE TO DEFEND & SR No. 100 Cobb, HDke'& 'Vllda __ 161.08
the action of said Court in admitting THE STATE OF FLORIDA, TO: THE STATE OF FLORIDA. TO: NE 55. of lots 346
; said Will to probate ahould Blllie R. Foster :Mildred Simmons Moyle & all lots 1-8-9-10 .
not stand uqrevoked. ,Residence UnknownYou Residence Unknown I block 151 I Cobb, H. S. &: \Vllda 21.71
(Seal) T. K. McKNIGHT. are hereby notified that a You are hereby notified that a The NE 55' of SE 35' ,
County Judge Flagler suit has been filed against you in suit has been filed against'you in of lot 3 Block 151 Buckles. Leroy &: Carol 77.15
'" County Florida. the above entitled cause; and you the above entitled cause; and you NE 25. lots 3-4 except,
First publication on May 11, 1961 are herebY'required to file your''answer are hereby required to file your answer I book 26 page 42
May 11.18-25 & June 14tcIN with the Clerk of this Court I with the Clerk of this Court, block 161 Shaw, Flora 2.17
and to serve a copy thereof upon and to serve a copy thereof upon Lot 7 Block 161 Pouncey' .J. F. & ElIza-
TUB CIRCUIT COURT OF THE the plaintiff, or plaintiffs attorney, the plaintiff or plaintiffs attorney, I \ beth __ 10.09
SEVENTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT whose name and adddress is: whose name and address is: Lot 8 Block 161 ____ .. Nelson Louis. & Mary 2.89
IN AND FOR FLAGLER COUNTY Richard D. Bertone Joseph Hirschman Lots 4-5-8-9 less R/\V 1 '
FLORIDA IN CHANCERY 216 South Palmetto Avenue 407% Main Street US No. 1 block 166 .. Hall, Thomas B. ___ 10.09
Daytona Beach. Florida Daytona Beach. Floridanot Lot 3 except R/\V US
.. EDWARD ELVRADO BARNHILL not later than June 20th A. D. 1961. later than June 27th, A. D. 1961. 1 block 167 Ezell italian ....._ 12.33
I .. Plaintiff I/ If you fail to do, so. decree pro If you fail to do so. decree pro Lots 10-11-1 except
confesso will be entered againstyou confesso will be entered againstyou R/\V US No.1 block
vs. I for the relief demanded in the for the relief demanded in the 1&7 ____ Halifax on Co. 8.36
BARNHILL. bill of complaint. The' nature of bill of complaint. The nature of Lot 2 block 168 __ Kennedy Mary _____. 11.83
I Defendant said suit being for divorce. said suit being for divorce. fAt 5 block 169 Johnson. Lillie Mae.... 14.06
NOTICE TO DEFEND WITNESS' my hand and seal of WITNESS my hand and seal of S\V 95' lot 11 except -.
IN THE NAME OF THE STATEOF said Court this 15th day of May said Court this 23rd day of MayA book 27 page GO '
\\t FLORIDA: A. D. 1961.OfficialSeal. D. 1961.Ofllcial block '173 Chambers, F.J. & Mar-
TO: Grace Russo Barnhill ( E. A. SMYTHE ( Seal) E. A. SMYTHE 'garet 3.27 .
whose residence and addressis Clerk of said Circuit Court Clerk of ,said Circuit Court Lot 1-2-3-4-5-6 & S'V '.
unknown. May 18-25 & June 1-8-(tc May 25 & June 1-8-15-4tc 95' lots 7-8-9-10-11-
YOU ARE HEREBY NOTIFIEDthat -- -- 12 block 179 Cobb, Hoke & 'Vllda 28.48
a suit for divorce has been I Lots 91011.12 block
brought against you in the Circuit NOTICENotice 199 Sheffield L. S. .Jr. 7.86
- Court 'of Flagler County Florida, Frac lots 9-10 block' 265 Bunnell Dev Co. .88
* -' '"';0 in Chancery, by EDWARD EL- Tract 11 except book
VRADO BARNHILL. styled as is hereby given that the following described lands or so much I 56 page 262 & book
I above and you are hereby required thereof as will be necessary to pay the amount due for taxes hereinset 57 page 191 10 12 30 1.66 Brannam1 F. 1. _._ 2.21
-'y to file, personally or by attorney. opposite same together with cost of such sale and advertising, I Spa lot 5 block .J Lake .
with the Clerk of said Court at will be sold at public auction on the first day of June 1961 at the Terrace Sub Capltanelous, .Geo 2.27LINCOLN
' Bunnell, Florida, your answer or office of the City Tax Collector In the Community Center Bundling, HEIGHTS SUB
written defenses if any, to the beginning at 10:00 o'clock A. M., in the City of Bunnell Flagler County Lot 9 block 4 Miles Gladys .........._..-.. 1.21
Complaint In said suit on or be- Florida., Lots 2-3 block 5 Warren, Lula & Teresa
fore the 12th day of June. 1961 ---- &; Osborne Jeanette 7.86 .
and to serve a copy thereof upon Lot I, Block 59 .. ._.,. Robert Parrish Jr. & Eve- Lot 9 blk 5 Cruttord. Steve & Vern-
RICHARD E. CONNER 'Attorney lyn _._....... .. 1.70 ell 14.56
for Plaintiff, whose address is Lots Block 65 .J.V.. Cauley & Ellamae 18.00 CARVER SUB .
P. O. Box 1566, New Smyrna Beach. All blocks 102-103 Elsie Davis & Hazel Eman- Lots 12-13-14 blk 1 Underwood Robert &;
Florida. uel .--'__........_____. 3.95 \Vtllie Mae ___ 23.51
THE FLAGLER TRIBUNE is Lots 11-12. Block 93 __ Hoke S. Cobb Wilda H & Lots 7-8 blk 1 ___ Johnson Issac & Viola 16,30BUNNELL
hereby designated as the newspaper Dalton H. __.:.-_.-.:._. 9.40 IIOIESITES SUB -
in which this Order shall be :All Blocks. 113-114 Hoke S. Cobb Wilda H. & Lots 1-2 blk 1 \VtIIlams. Charlie & I
published once a week for four (4) Dalton H. _____ 17.80 Lorche _____ 1.38
consecutive weeks.FAIL Lot .7, Block. 116 i Jacob Epstein & Theresa 2.60 Lot H blk 4 Underwood Joe & Annie I
HEREIN NOT OR JUDG- Lots 1101112. Block 1.26.
.._ J.fENTVILL BE ENTERED A- 124 __ Riley King __ _......... 6.60 Tract 1 blk C -- :2 12 30. 10 Tope J. L. _. ._.._. 1.99
GAINST YOU BY DEFAULT. Lot 3. Block 129 Lula Stevens ______ 4.00 TOWN OF DUPONT' 1
WITNESS my hand and seal of Lot 1, Block 130 Fred Davis & Eliza __ 4.00 Lot 2 blk :is-traction Crabtreee Mrs. Debra .7C
said Court at Bunnell. Flagler All Block 139 ___ Hoke S. Cobb & Wilda H. 8.90 Lot 1 blk 63 Brown W. H. .76
County, Florida this 8th day of All block40 Hoke S. Cobb & Wilda H. 4.35 Lot 3 blk 82 Forton, Arthur .1G I
May A. D. 1961. All Block 141 Hoke S. Cobb & Wilda H. 20.10 Lots 7-8 blk 83 __ Eberlein Mary E. ___ .75
(Seal) E. A. THE, All Blocks 149-150 ex- Lot 5 blk 101 Stenbeck, John ____ .n
Clerk of the Circuit Court cept R/W US No. 1 .. Hoke S. Cobb & Wilda H. Lot 10 blk 112 Ruggles Irma .71 I
Flagler County Florida. & Dalton _..._.... 159.70 Lots 11-12 blk 112 Crlc, R. A. .76
Richard E. Conner Lots 3 to 10. inc. except Lot 3 block 124 Crie Kelly B. 'lS
Attorney at LawP. R/W US No. 1, Block Lots 5-6 blk 125 ___ Conner M. T. .76 I
O. Box 1566 151 _', Hoke S. Cobb, Wilda H. & Lots 9-10-11-1. blk 135 Abelman, Abe-estate .71
New Smyrna Beach. Florida Dalton ,T r-, -,, 35.60 Tract 5 ex. book 42- j
May 11-18-25 & June 1-4tc SE 35 ft. lot 3 except page 2 13 30 9 Claverella A. 2.27 1
R/W US No. 1, Block Lot 25 Dupont Estates '
t at IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF 157 Leroy Buckles & Carolyn. 57.50 Sub 38 10\ 31 9.09 Marine Realty Co. 19.07 ,I
r' Q FLAGLER COUNTY, FLORIDA NE 25 ft. Lot 3 NE 25 Lot 31 Jose Park Sub Cockman J. M. &; Wilma j
,. IN CHANCERY NO. 4238 ft. of SE 20 ft. Lot _.. __ 6,27ARTF.SIA ,
. OLEN E. CLARK 4, Block 161 Flora Shaw ___.____ 4.30 SUB I
Plaintiff Lot. 7. Block .161 Finner J. Pouncey & Eliza Lot 14 blk 4 Que-es8 Laboratories. "
vs. beth w.. ____ 8.00 Inc. \ 2.18
SYBIL B. CLARK Lot ,8. Block 161 -_ Mary Topsy Nelson & Lots 3-t-5 blk 15 1st l
Defendant. '" "Louis Nelson ___._ 8.00 add to Artesla Sub Bevel G. M. & Grace 31.81
I NOTICE TO DEFEND Lot 10. Block 165 ..__? .-jl "r Chester Thomas & Rosa Lee 1.90 South 21/s acres of lot :
THE STATE OF FLORIDA, TO: Lot 3. Block 167 '1 Italian Ezell ......., 14.50 10 _.._.,.__ 26 11 31 2.50 Varn, Claude G & Mary 2.44 !
Sybil B. Clark Lot 2. Block 168 __ ?! Mary: Kennedy .... 21.50 Lots j-4 block 6 Sun- .
t 120 Monmouth Street. Southeast Frac. Lot 5. Block 169 Lillie lIaeJohnson __.... 18.00 rise Beach Sub OgdIn, Julia 4.99 ,
Winston Salem, North Carolina Lots 1-2 Block 179 Hoke S. Cobb & Wilda H. 7.50 Lot 5 block 6 Cochran "
You are hereby notified that a Lots 5-6. Block 179 _. Hoke S. Cobb, & Wilda H. 7.50 Place Sub Johns Theo & Helen 4.99Lots
suit has been filed against you in Lots 3-4-7-8-9-10-11-12. v 2-3-H block .
-, the above entitled cause; and you block 179 .._...... .:...,_. / Hoke S. Cobb. Wilda H. & Cochran Place Sub Jones Florence 11.39
are hereby required to file your an- Dalton u__ ... 41.10 MODEL LAND CO. SUD.
swer with the Clerk of this Court, Lot 7. Frac. Block 261 Unknown _____ 1.20 Block lA-ail except
and to serve a copy thereof upon Lots 23. Block 2. Lincoln .. book 20 page 113 &
the plaintiff or plaintiff's attorney Hts. __ Ed London & Lucy _.__ 3.10 except book 36, page '
whose name and address Is: Lots, 12. Block 1. Bun- 346 ... Burnsed, Ralph & Grace 4.11
Joseph Hirschman Homesites _______L. Charlie Williams & &Nile 1.35 Part of block lA-book '
407% Main Street Lots 12-13-14. Block I, Robert Underwood 36-page 3(6 __ Burnsed, Ralph & Ur-
f Daytona Beach., Florida Carver Sub ._ .:.. _.. lie Mae ___. 2.05 sula -.:._..._._.._....._ 3.51
not later than June 8th A. D. 1961. I NANCY C. RODGERS, City Tax Collector City of Bunnell Florida I WIIISI.ERING PINES SUB

If you fail to do so. decree pro May 4.11-18.25-4tc __ Lot 6 block 2 __ Powers J. R.-............. 2.89
confesso will be entered againstyou
I If'
the relief demanded in the MOODY SUB
.for Lot 10 block 5 _. Kendall Edna 67.2'
bill of complaint. The nature of
# NOTICENotice ; Lot 22 block 24 __ Krazanowskl, Helen 3.21
, said WITNESS suit being. for hand divorce.and seal of Lots 7-8-10 block 33\.. Davis, Alonzo W. et al 54..0

said Court this my 27th day of of AprilA. is hereby given that the following described lands will be Lot 6 block 38 Raiford, Baldwin &An- II
D. 1961.Official sold at public auction at 12 o'oclocknoon on. the 1st day of June A. D. nette ___ 3.71
( Seal) E. A. SMYTHE 1961. at the front door of the Flagler County Courthouse in Bunnell. Lots 4-5 block 40 McFarland, M. L. & Irma 6.17 1
Clerk of said Circuit Court Flagler County Florida to pay the amount due for taxes herein set All block U Brantley. Verney & I
May 4-11-18-25--ttc opposite the same together with all cost of such sale and advertising Ann .......-... _.. 6.27 i
.. R. G. MERCER, Tax Collector, Flagler County, Florida. Lot 9 block 43 __ Parker Pal .Jr. & Vlr- I
gina _._...._ 3.07
I FLAGLER COUNTY FLORIDA Description 'S T : R A Taxes &:: Costs Lots 5-6 block U Zalezzle,II. K., 4.49Lots '
t IN CHANCERY NO. 4237 I All Frac 20 12 28 54 Ward Jake P.. 7.36 : 13-14 block U Parker. Pal Jr & Vr- {
JOSEPH STRELEC. All Frac 21 12; 28. 14. Ward Jake P. ....:...._ 2.44 f glnla 4.99 .
Plaintiff. \Y5 it of SWi/ 2 12 29 80 Sheffield. L. S. & Alma 67.72 Lot 1 block 47 Parker Pal Sr 49.28 ;
VS. SE14 : 3 ..12 29 160 Sheffield L. S. & Alma 119.22 Lot 16 block 47 Parker, Pal & Irma 3.21 !
MARION TT 1 Block 12 37 '12 29 20 Voss M. ____ 3.53 Lot 15 block 47 Lenham H. W. ___ 3.21 '
STRELEC.Dfendant.. Tr 2 Blo k 7 20 12 29 10 Fenniman Effie Mae 1.99 Lots 10-11 block 54 __ Powers V. J. & Mary 4.49
NOTICE TO DEFEND Tr 2 Block' 8 .- 21 12 29 20 Stiller Bernard _,_ 3.33 Lot 8 block 63 Flagler ,
THE STATE OF FLORIDA. TO: Block 16 All 21 12 29 40 Cobb. D. H. 23.01 Harbors Sub Sims Hal M. & Vir-
Marion Strelec Block 13 All 22 12 29 40 Cobb D. H. 23.01 ginia _________ 4.21
112 Lincoln Street Tract 1 Block 14 __._. 22 12 29 20 Cobb. Hoke JS. 11.83 Book 57 page 111 12 12 31 0.2 Greene W. E. Jr 3.21

Boonton, New Jersey Tract 1 W4 Block 8 .. 29 12 29 ,10 Eldridse, F. F. 1.99 AMENDED sun OF VENICE PARK
You are hereby notified that a *t. John Park Add Lot 14 block 68 Johns Theo & Helen .. 54.40
1 suit has been filed against you in Lot 21 Block 11 Fenneman. Mrs. Ella M .76 Lot 8 block 17 Koskela Andrew &
the above entitled cause: and you Lot 30 Block 14 Stiller B. .76 Nina 3.71
are hereby required to file your an- Lot 38 Block 14 Hasten Arthur .76 MAGNOLIA GARDENS
swer with ''the Clerk of this Court, Lot 9 Block 16 Stenbeck. John .76 Lots 1-2-3 block 2 Ebert Edna ,.r..._...... 3.21
J and to serve a copy thereof uppn SH of Stt of SE>4 31 13 30 40 Kout. H. H. Trustee 17.42 Block 9 except lots 1-2 __ Yelvington Rueeell 2.57
the plaintiff or plaintiffs attorney, E% Block 10 32 12 29 20 Pellicer. Lucille 11.83 That part of E1AI of .
I whose name and address is: Block 9 32 12 25- 40-Pellicer. M. P. 25.20 NES: not subdivided 'T
W. Cecil Grant Tract 2 except Road I IJtV except the west 500', --,:: I
.M 407% Main Street Block 1 ..'_._ 33 12 29 20 Ramsey, H.J. & Ger- & except book 47 '..... \
Daytona Beach. Florida trude _. 4.33 page 199 & book 47. ,
not later than June 5th. A. D. 1961. Block 2 except Road page 255 & except I

If you fall to do so, decree pro R/W ._........_x-...,.. 33 12 29 40 Ramsey H.J. & Ger- book 53 page 280 __ 13 12 31 I Upson Ida ?.......:,?-_, 5.57 I
f confesso will be entered againstyou trude 1.02 Book 63 page 280 ..... 13, U 31 10 Up8onn. C. & Dorothy 3.21
for the relief demanded in the All Block 7 _, ._.... ... 33 12 29 40 Ramsey JL J. &: Ger- FUQ.UA.Y SUB
bill of complaint The nature oft trude ......_.....f._ _........_. 6.52 Lot 14 block 3F Ross W.H. Sr. & Mabel 2S.25
said suit being for divorce. Block 10 All 33 U 29 40 Cobb H. S. & D. It. 6.24 Lot 16 block 10 Hunt, T. B. & Anna 23.19
'WITNESS my hand and seal of Block 12 All 33 U 29 40 Pellicer ').LP. & Anna 25.20 Lots 9.24block 19 Crews C. V .... ._,...,_,., 69.62
I said Court this 27th day of April Block 15 AllS ___._. 33 12 29 40 Cobb H. S. & D. H. 6.02 Lot 13 block 24 Malrer, Rosa 1L 3.21
A. D. 1961.Official % Tract 1 & Tract 3 Lot;, -23-2t block 25 Ginn, C. L. :_..- 'I7.H
I ( Seal) E. A. SMYTHE Block 6 ..-:_._._,..._.. 36 U 29 20 Coppersmith B. 3.83 Lots 1 to 24 Incl block
t Clerk of said Circuit Court Block 4 All ._<..._...._.... 3 13 29 40 Pell ice 1', Claude J. & 32 Kloeka Olga -..._.,_..... 16.51.
May 4-11-18-5--ttc Mary 23.51 Lots 1-2 block 34 Choeca Amelia ._-..... 1.94
Tract 2 Block 1 :-- 4 13 29 20 PelIlcer, C. J. 9.59 Lot t block 36 ,.. ..._ Sheeler Bryce & Joanne -
.' All Block 2 ... ......... 4 13 29 40 PelIlcer. Claude J. & ._" 1.04
; Mary 1.33 MORNINGSIDE SUB ii',.'" '.
mitt 1 laglrr Sfribmt Book 51. Page 394. Lot 25, block 3 "lI: Amore, Alphonso &
Block 4 4 ,13 29 1 Smith F. T.' & Virginia 1.38 .;: Helen 2,44
I Block 8 ,All 4 13 29 40 Pellicer J. E. & Claude Lot 4. block 8 .( Johnson. P. L. & Doro-' >
BUNNELL, FLORIDA J, r L52 ,':, %.U
Lots 15-16 37 13 29 20' Kendall George E 11.83 Lots 23-4. block 15 ,' Helnrlcht. Emil & Ger.aldine -

Lots 51 to 62 incl except Y _.__.-__,._,_:., 2.44
1 acre In lot 52 31 13 29 '99 Kendall, George R. & Lot 3 block 33 Zunno, Evelyn 1.04
MRS. !.!. .B. FULLER, Editor H.13 Lots 28-29 block :2 '
Book 3 Page 341 part Mobbs Sub Wilson Helen 1.27
of SE% 26 13 29 25 Kendall George. & Edna 4.51 ATLANTA REACH sun .
\ Designated Official PubUcmtlem Book 9 Page 159 & Lots 1 to 9 Incl. block 2 Woodhead. James I., 35.21
book 3. page 336 & Lots 10 to 14 Incl block
f.. Public N.tlre* .t Flakier book 38 page 380 __ 36 13 29 50 Kendall George &: Edna. 24.01 2 rerwlt1zer. Louis & DoIan. -
Lot 28 Baxley Subdivision -, .J. n. Trustees 20.85
J C nrity, Municipalities therein Torance, Tom & Ruby 10.09 Lots 1 to '12 &. 16 to.20.

and the State '.f FUrld .Lot .5 Baxley Subdivision Incl block 4 ,.;._ Meer itiizzer. tees Do- -..
Thomas Pearl Lee 8.98 : 61.20
K3TOX-JONES SUB -' Lots 1 to U Incl. & lots'- '
Lot 2 Block E Scott, Jane 7.36 16-17-18-19-20 block 6 Me jtiizer. & Do-
Entered as secnd class matter Lot 6 Block E Wilson Z.\V. & Rosa. 14.06 -. Ian '__ 45.16
February .. 8u.at the .nost fflee, Lot 9. Block E --=-- Jackson, Willie 7.36 Lots 10 to 14 incl.block
Lot 15 Block E Favors, Hugh 4.01 8Lots Merwltizer Louis & Do-
at Bnnnell Florida under net .! Lot 12 Block E r. Phillips. Louis 1.1. Ian, J.D. Trustees _._* 14.45
Lot 13 Block E Toner Helen M. 1.1 1 to 12 & 16 to 20 -
fare*. 3. 1871.One Lot 3 Block F Thomas. Richard Jr.2.32 leeR block 11 ..,.... Merwltizer Louis & Do-
Lota 8-9 Block F _._. Longwood, Gaines & Ian, J.D. Trustees lLIt
1 14.5e Book 27 356 block "
page ., \
1 year- -'1.10f' Tract 2 Block 1 9 13 30 20 Flagler Cattle Buyers A Frac 8 13 31 3 Savage, Margaret H. ie.8o

I rili month-._... ..._.IUSt Au. Inc : 36.92 Lot .6 block 7 Flagler .
TOWN OF BUNNELL Gardens Sub BIrn. Anna -.-... 1.26
Lot 10 Block 21 -_.. _. Haneox' su Dewees 31.95 S-4-4tc R. G. MERCER Tax ,Collector, Flagler County, Florida



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'CommissionChairman munities in preparing for in I ber 1960; to a retired couple, I I to the social security accounts '
\ dustry"he said. Flagler County both receiving benefits, the average -I of more than 75 million work-
Trained representatives of the The' 1961.JELLYFISH .
payment was $124. ers during
UrgesCommittee 4 Commission's Industrial Division IHas 361 Now on average for an aged widow was

already have begun meeting I about $58 UP

;: of 100 with them create local chambers Committees to of help 100. Social 1 SecurityBy j I, Nineteen .sixty was the 20th Zoologists believe SENSE they OF have -

Commission personnel have as I year that social security benefits f discovered how jellyfish can tell
Chairman Wendell Jarrard of I their main objectives: the end of 1960, more than were payable, and the 25th which way is up. A small organ
the Florida Development Com 1. To convince communitiesof 361 persons in ,Flagler county]I j anniversary of the Social Security called the lithocyst, situated .

mission urges all communities the need for industry and its I were receiving old-age, survivors I Act, which became law in at the base of the tentacles,
lacking Committees of 100 to resultant benefits. and disability insurance ; 1935. Changes in the law since contains a freely ,moving gran.
contact the.commissio'n immediately I benefits. 1935 have brought more thannine
2. The organization of Committees ule which calls on sensory hairs
for assistance in organizing of 100 The total benefits paid to out of every ten persons in
within... the communities around it. The granule corre-
such groups.He I to sell their areas. these people for December 1960 the United States protection by I sonds to the fluid in the semi. !
explained that the com was $22,486, according Mell D. 'old-age, survivors, and disabil-
3. To work actively with and circular canals of the verte ,--
mission is starting an intensified for the local Committees of 100 I Eadie, manager of the Daytona II I ity Insurance-protection paid brates. "
program to help all areas establish in attracting and developing in Beach social security district office I I for by taxes on employees, their {
Committees of 100. dustry. I in Daytona Beach. "This is'I'|employers, and the self-employ-
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"Experience has shown that 4. To help the communitiesplan II an increase in the number of ed. Earnings will be reported
In Advance
52.50 A Year
industry, generally speaking, locates i }
development of the services persons receiving benefits by I I
in those communities needed to support industry and about 17 per cent over the same'''I. ................ .. ...---.. .. .... .. .. ...--...- --.- ................
which have unified, hard. I < J
the resultant increased popula month last year, he said. I
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hitting sales teams, Jarrard de tion.
z clared. Nationally, almost 15 million I //

While some Florida cities have I I persons were receiving about a AMBULANCE ,

:such teams, he continued, many Rapid IncreaseIn i billion dollars a month in old II PHONE VAlley 4-1625 L:
do not. The new program is designed age, survivors, and disability insurance SERVICE .1
to assure strengthenedlocal benefits at the close of ST. AUGUSTINE FLORIDA
efforts in all cities and Passenger Cars 1960. Many of these people were :I ..i
Never be hesitant about calling a Garda Ambulance. We
towns. made eligible for! benfits by the

"With some exceptions, major I per,Passenger cent in cars Florida increased during the 153 changes in the law made in 1960 I I ,are always at your service with promptness, safety and I
industry in Florida has tend such as the reduction in the experience
ten while
'. ed to locate id Jacksonville, I past years population I amount of work required to
Tampa, St. Petersburg, Orlando, }I grew 79 per cent, the Florida qualify for benefits and the removal Equipped With Oxygen Resusitator and Inhalator
State Chamber of Commerce
reported -
Pensacola, and in the area from of the age 50 requirementfor j
in stressing the significance Garcia Funeral Home
disability benefits.
West Palm Beach to Miami, of
Jarrard said. "In each of these Highway Payments to a retired .worker
Week." P. E. GARCIA, Licensed Funeral Director
places, there's a strong Commit I with no dependents receiving
"At the same time, the num. I LADY ASSISTANT
benefits in
averaged $70 Decem.I
tee of 100 or similar group. 'I
bee of
families in the state
The Development Commission i j(i Stepped up 89 per cent. As a I
will continue to work closely result of these varying rates of F- '
with the larger cities in their F '
growth, the number of cars per
\ efforts to attract new industry family moved up and the average -I .
and help existing concerns to :
number of T
persons per car .
expand, the director explained."At dropped."In : : OW .

the same time, however, 1950 there were 794,000 I .. 4r
we expect to ''assume greater responsibility
private passenger cars in the
for helping smaller state which averaged out to 3.5 .

communities and rural areas persons per car and just under I I'I' PH ICE. ;)
organize strong local sales
one car per family. By 1960 the _
groups that are essential for I number of automobiles reached .
successful industrial > .5 '
development : '''I
2,007,000 making the
and"working with passenger load 2.5 persons per 11 IS .5' i' ;

m-I I car on Jhe basis of last year's, .:
TV SERVICEALL official population count of 4- S ('

] 951,560" Florida residents. ONLY .....- .,..... ?,L 7
MAKES ecause so many families S. :
have more than one car the average .
Agent For
came to 1.3 cars for each

I of the 1,550,000 families in the .
RCA & PHILCO II state. Twenty-four counties yell HALF THE STORY

TUBES & ANTENNAS SOLD scattered throughout the state, .
AND INSTALLED I passed this state average. Visi

TUBES TESTED FREE .]I tors' cars are not included." (The other.-and even more '

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price," we mean more than.. : :.. "-

1 merely-the pint-sized figure ,' ,

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',49e1If You're going to be saving like sixty on gas. i '

a Yes And on the,antifreeze you won't buy next j f. '' .'.,

: winter, and the radiator repairs you'll: never _. ,: ':,
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have to pay for. About the only things"

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Corvair doesn't skimp on are room, smoothness -. .l'

style and driving joy. But that's :':. r;i" _
pure ; ,:
: automobiles and washden charges, where overhead ," .... ],,
;. ing machines cost twice as is lower, and where the other, half of the story. Talk to your .'f. .'' .'.;'.. .. .__'", '._,-_" .' .J!:."r},"l"';",,- ,
-'I; much, many of us couldn't profit markup is fair. Chevrolet dealer aboutCORVAIRir it soon! ;. :f. : : .: .-- ;
ff afford them. Our ability to .
It's wise to shop at home :
$> the price determineshow
'pay -to deal 1 with people I you : ,
we live and what we '
: know. It saves you money \,:- > --1'i

i.... .h ave. time. BY CHEVROLET _, :.....6 1\- -
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See the "
new Corvair
[. 'tVisel -and shopping wiserade at home: for your at your local authorized Chevrolet dealer's -m

ly means shopping at home own sake-and ,community _L.__ _
where there are no "hid progress. t _
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