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Title: The Flagler tribune
Physical Description: Newspaper
Language: English
Publisher: s.n.
s.n.
Place of Publication: Bunnell Fla
Creation Date: June 22, 1961
Publication Date: -1981
Frequency: weekly
regular
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Subjects / Keywords: Newspapers -- Bunnell (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Flagler County (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Genre: newspaper   ( marcgt )
newspaper   ( sobekcm )
Spatial Coverage: United States -- Florida -- Flagler -- Bunnell
Coordinates: 29.4675 x -81.256944 ( Place of Publication )
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Dates or Sequential Designation: Began in 1917?
Dates or Sequential Designation: -69th year, no. 36 (Sept. 3, 1981).
General Note: Mrs. M.B. Fuller, editor.
General Note: Description based on: Vol. 43, no. 20 (June 2, 1955).
Funding: Funded by NEH in support of the National Digital Newspaper Project (NDNP), NEH Award Number: PJ-50006-05
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Preceded by: St. Johns tribune
Succeeded by: Palm Coast news
Succeeded by: Flagler/Palm Coast news-tribune

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;: "VOLUME ,,49, NO. ,'-24 BUNNELL FLORIDA,. THURSDAY: ,. JUNE 22, 1961 $250A YEAR .!

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l. Summer; Rec. I L .Lion Officers. ", I t Timber Growers ,


: Program of I xx iS Installed' With i To Hold Annual



: Schools Begins I { Dinner Friday I Fish .Fry June 29The

t The Summer Recreation Program y j jz The Bupnell Lions Club in-
. 'for the Bunnell and Flag. : .z S stallation of officers and Ladies eighth annual Flagler
: ler Beach Schools will open = = 5- Night was observed with a ban- Timber Growers Fish Fry will
:Monday morning, June 26, at ._ quet at the AlA Restaurant at .
be held next Thursday June
Flagler Beach Friday night.
the Bunnell School. Registration -t-
f will begin at 9 A.M., Cliff :Mct xi Forty members and their guests 29, at Rayonnier Headquarters ,
t t Griff said today. Coaches Mc- _: attended. on U.S. Highway about four
I Griff and Bo Manuel will be in s Installing officer was Hugh miles north of Bunnell.
-:_ -S Duncan of Sanford who installedthe
charge of the summer program.
The Fish Fry is to all
open
This program will include all follolwing officers: President -
children seven through 17 years. Robert Cook; 1st vice'president residents of Flagler County and
; The school board has made two N At t \ Gayle. Mercer: ; 2nd vice there is no charge for admission -
buses available to transport the t, president,. Dr. Allen Reynolds; a spokesman for the group
children if there are 25 childrento :; .L. 3rd vice president, Rev. \V. L.
3 said Serving'will beginat
be transported by each bus. r Spicer, Jr.; secretary, Frank &>swell today.
The Flagler Beach bus will ; treasurer, Levi Drady; tail 5:30 P.M. and will continue
start to pick up at 8:15 in the twister, Tom Haynes; Lion until all have been served.
morning at Massie's Motor Court tamer,'Leo Baker. I Sponsors of the fish fry and

and go from there to the Flag ... ....._ Pins for 100 per hosts for the evening will be
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ler Beach school house and I ance were Miss Sharon Ann Carbulon,
'. along Highway 11 to Bunnell. Brannam, Leo Baker daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Peter the following timber growers:
Another bus will start to pickup I Miss Patsy Neel, daughter of well, L. H.: Church, Carbulon of Daytona: Beach. Allen Lands, Inc.
at Haw Creek on Highway Mr. and Mrs. John Neel, of De- H. T. Cook, L. H. : Sharon is 17 years of age, has Bunnel Timbler Company.
11 along 305 to Orange Ham- Funiak Springs. Patsy is 19 Fruits, Gayle \ hazel eyes and blonde hair. She Hudson Pulp & Paper Corp.
mock and then 304 to Bimini years old, has blue eyes and Moody, Leonard II is 5' 7" in height and weighs 125.
and Espanola., This bus will brown hair. She is 5' 5" in tall Morris, Allen I I Sharon .is a student at Mainland Lehigh Portland Cement Co.
start to pick up 'at 8 A,M.: and weighs 115. Patsy attends Shelton, W. L. High School. Her hobbies are Owen Illinois Glass. Company.
All children desiring bus Brenau College and her hbbbiesare lard Tucker, and dancing, singing and skating. l Rayonnier Incorporated.
transportation are to be on the .I dramatics, skiing and danc- line. Five year pins Upon graduation she plans to St. Regis Paper Company.
highway along these routes. ing. She is psychology major. ance were become an airline hostess. Spon-
Mr. McGriff: said a good recreation I Sponsored by T.V. Bob Television nam, L. Moody and II sored by Daytona Electric Com Lewis E. Wadsworth.
program is planned for the I and Radio. Flagler Beach. Attendance tabs I pany of Daytona Beach. I
summer and invites all children for six years;
in this age group to attend. Summer Band Moody for seven I! 'Pope to Speak
eight years; W Mrs. Leon Novak


SCHOOL BAPTIST BIBLE'CLOSES .I Program BeginsOn Charter presented Drady, member W.to Morris John, 'Dies MichiganMrs. To Rotary Club

FRIDAY EVENING and G. Wickline. : The Hon. Verle A. Pope, senator -
Monday, June 26, the sum Past Zone Leon Novak, former resi-
I from the thirty-first district ,
The Baptist Bible School Com I presented to dent of Bunnell, passed away
band its
mer programs starts '
will be held at the I Ted Weber of Florida, will be the guest
mencement six, weeks schedule for begin. I Wednesday of last week in the
music during the speaker at the luncheon meeting
First Baptist Church on Friday I Ford Hospital in Royal Oak,
ning and advanced band stu-
was assisted by
the Club of Bun
I of Rotary .
evening at 7:30, 'MrS. Imogene I dents. and Mary Jane Mich., following a lengthy ill
t nell Thursday at noon. The
Strickland said today. Beginners meet at 9 A.M. ont:solos. Jack Clegg, .ness.
1 meeting will be held.in the MasonicHailed -
I A joint worship service of I.solo. Gifts were i Mrs. Novak had resided in *
Monday jfot lesson and assignments .
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ladles., ': --A.----
4 1 .eachrdegarj ntL1i!! ; QheldS :! .and renfinstfurtients: Bunnerr*.tor: the'past 12'years":- ..
Senator returned
will Pope recently -
each departmenT give
and She and Mr. Novak owned the
Any beginners who have not .
illustrations of the work they LEONARD MOODYIN Novak Building and Apartments, to St. Augustine from Tallahassee -
contacted the band director,
I where he attended the
done during the past two weeks. should do so before Saturday of [ : HOSPITAL corner Moody Boulevard and I
recent session ot'.the legislature.
Each department will be this week. Advanced band stu Leonard Moody is Railroad St. They sold the building I
opened during the evening for I have been the: Halifax Hospital and returned to Michigan I He has not announced a topic,
dents already as-
I
Beach receiving however it is expected that. he
and the
parents to visit nursery about months
two
signed their lesson and band a broken bone in ago.
will consider someof the cur-
will also be open, Followingthis schedule for the summer. She is survived by her husband -II
rent political issues which are
refreshments will be served. Schedule-wise stu i Leon; one son, Arthur of
beginning
Woman's i f of interest to the citizens of the
dents will have the mornings Royal Oak; one brother of Miami
state, Program Chairman John
Need Quarters reserved for their lessons, while I ; and two grandchildren of
Cannon said. ,
advanced students in Cooperates Royal Oak.Funeral .
participate
Pope represents the 31st district
For ContestantsSam I.the afternoon and evening pro. service and interment
which is comprised of St.
was held irf Rayal Oak Saturday I
:Malphurs said the committee I gram., July 4th Johns and Flagler Counties.
is in need of accommodations t I morning. '
I I He is chairman of the State
for at least four con Beach The first summer II Institutions Committee, and
testants and their chaperonesfor Flagler[ I the: Flagler \ '
Drive For
Begins i Vice-Chairman of the
Monday night July 3, as sev- Forestry
I
held June 21 at the II
eral of the contestants are com i Cancer Drive I i and Parks Committee. He is also
ing from quite a distance.Accommodations I with Mrs. Philip Boys Baseball I a member of the following

would in'l I Mrs., Philip Kester said today siding. I I committees: appripriations, education -
elude a room and breakfast will I the Cancer Drive in Flagler Plans were t'I ,The Flagler Little League and industrial and atomic
who
the two. Anyone I Beach got .underway Wednesdaywith July 3rd supper to I Babe Ruth League would like I labor and
operate is asked to drop a postcard energy, industry, mo
to Flagler County Boostersor II the Shrine Club, Junior the club to the to thank the following for their I tor vehicles, privileges and elections .

leave word at the Tribune oface. Woman's Club, Garden Club, East Coast" contributions to the support, of and publicity and adver

I and the Flagler Woman's Club county, and I the two teams: tising welfare.

I assisting in the canvass. This preceding the I Citizens. Bank' -.of Bunnell-: .. Andersons -
will include all of Flagler town park. Drug store Fruits Jewelers -

Beach including Marineland.Mrs. The Woman's Moody's Pharmacy, Western -

I Keste said all money I the Coronation Ball Auto, Buckles Bar, H. T.

from the drive is due in by house following Cook, Sturman's DepartmentStore

I Tuesday evening, June 27. She State Senator Lewis Barber Shop, John

also said the traffic Cancer Drive crown the winner Botterbusch, Ed Copeland, Ken-

t1fw t will be on Saturday afternoon ..in a ceremony ney Townsend, Sam Broadaway,

a Ion AlA, and will be under the ning. Music by the Harris Appliance, Flagler Beach I ,

direction of Homer Brooks. turing Ted .Merthe, Sundry Store, T.V..Bob, and Me- II I I.fi It

; I the music for the Nab's Service Station. Wf'i t

BEVERLY H'AINESJOINS : show will be Wire and posts have been .

WOMEN'SARMY club will have a s j I purchased for an outfield fence. =

1 at the club house I Ion the baseball diamond and ..rr
CORPS I ball." I the boys hope to have it finished

Beverly Haines, daughter of I Chairman for the in the near future.

Mr.. and Mrs. Vernon Haines of Mrs.Esther Heydt The two teams, comprised of

Flagler Beach, enlisted in theU. members will j.30 boys in full uniform, are beginning .

S. Women's Army Corps on vance sale of a drive today for funds. :

r- JUne 14 in Jacksonville and has cer Drive and many .

I reported to Anniston, Ala.,, for and projects were JIM BURNSED ISACCIDENTALLY 1
basic training. New committee
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Mrs Haines said "Beverly re- the year were I ."
Miss Sharon lone Wood, .daughter ports a complete change of pace president, Mrs. Burnsed, son of Mr. and I I
of Mr. and Mrs. A.L. Wood, The executive Mrs. Bill Burnsed of Bunnell, is I
7025 Seminole Drive. Orlando, but she likes It. She said she new : Miss Pattie Pennington, daughter -
Florida. Sharon is 17 years old, had two dreams come true that bers were hostesses in the Flagler Clinic and Hos- of Mr. and Mrs. Richard M. .;
ernoon. They are pital for treatment of injuries Pennington of Ormond Beach.
has hazel eyes and brown hair. day. She was sowrn in the WAC '
IS She is 5' 6" in height and weighs and also flew from Jacksonvilleto Mrs. Harold Massle received in ,target practice Sun Pattie blonde is hair.17. Has She blue is 5'eyes 54"and in J',-
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108. Attends Boone High School, '
Anniston. I Heydt :Mrs. Jasper day.He height and weighs 114. A student -
and her hobbies are sewing, designing -
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modeling art and sculp Beverly was a member of the Paul Kelly, and. with friends, were shoot at Seabreeze High School I.
ture. She plans to enter the englneering graduating class of '1960 of the I ing targets Sunday when a bul- ,and her hobbies are textile
and swimming. Upon
field graduationfrom Highlands let hit the target and ricocheted painting
upon I Bunnell High Sch oL She' attend graduation she plans to becomean
college. She is sponsoredby the Mary Karl 'Vocational I known as the off stricking. him across the..I airline hostess. Sponsored by
Real Estate'
Pal Parker 'Flag-
b ler Beach. I School the past year. I capital. back. .' ., Belk-Lindsey of Daytona Beach. I

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?/ PAGE .TWO _, J'HE'FLAGLER TRIBUNE-BUNNELL! ) ,_ FLORIDAThursday' i ne223'1961: ; '

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ti *t d/J Ja ,ers. care-If they,' ''stick to Aglao- I base, low light intensity, warm 1 1I REQUEST',FOR inns ,-

A once-a-week watering-and nema, Aspidistra, Bromeliad I I and, cold rooms." I the Sealed office bids of the will City be Clerk received of the ini,

Like people,plants are subjectto a miserly amount of fertilizer Monstera, Pandanus, Peperofnia: : Some of the bugs that gnawor City 'of,Bunnell. Florida, '. in the-
Civic Center building on or before*
many accidents in the home. every month or sokeeps most or Sanservieria. I suck the life from leaves of 12:00 o'cloek'noon., on the 3rd day
Cold water-Is ta of July A.D. 1961 for the following -
Take the case of the scalded plants happy. These and other "cast iron" I foliage plants are red spider :

rubber plants. This strange' disease boo. It shocks, plants as badlyis ornamentals will withstand aI I I (Continued on page 7) accordance ) gravel wall well

ice water on an exposed in with the following
was eradicated in one specifications: .
tooth.' R tate a 26hole at least 60 feet.,
home by- removing the plants or to the top of the water bear-
from the Florida room before Neophyte gardeners can grow I AREA BUSINESS DIRECTORY 1 lAIR Ing formation and set concentrically -
foliage plants=:regardless of therein a 20" O.D. wrought steeL
certain callres visited.
casing and grout by pumping under -
pressute cement to fill up the
This kept non-imbibers from CONDITIONING-HEATING FUEL OIL angular spate between the open.hole .
,
CIRCUIT COURT OF ,
IN THE I I _
and the 20" casing.
'the ornamentals with I
dousing KLAGLBRs COUNTY.FLORIDA., FLORIDA AIRCONDITIONING \ After ,the cement has been allowed -
unwanted cocktails. IN CHANCERY NO. 4257 I I KING'S TRUCK STOP, to set. the hole to be drilledto
RALPH A. LAPIOPlaintiff CO. the bottom of the water bear-

Alcohol'toxidty is not a com LAPl'O Of Daytona, Inc PHILLIPS 66 GAS & OILSJ. steel ing formation.gravel screen A approximately 10" stainless

mon disease of plants, says Dr. MARIE Defendant- AIR mONING-HEATING I L. IRWIN.. Prop. 40' in length to be connected to-
a line of 10" black steel pipe and
Howard Miller
plant patholo- NOTICE TO DEFEND GENERAL SHEET METAL Lubrication-TIres-Batteries placed in the well so that the,
with the of Flor- THE STATE OF FLORIDA. TO: screen will be set opposite the.
gist University Marie Fuel Oil Kerosene Tractor Fuel
Laplo -We're Proud of .Our Work" I water bearing formation 'so that.
ida Agricultural Experiment 304 Washington Street 330 Walker. Holly Hill OR 7-6120
U.S. 7-3676 the fine rand! may be pumped outand
Manville New Jersey 1 N. Bunnell ID
Stations. You are hereby notified that' a AUTO SERVICE I replaced by allow gravel the in such a.
to-
manner as to water
But here are a few of his the suit above has been entitled filed cause against; and you you In (II II I GARDEN SHOP screen.flow freely through the gravel and

hints diagnosing other house are hereby required to file your an- McDANIEL'Si The well to be tested for
: I capacity -
with the Clerk of this Court
swer i i Gray's Garden 'CenterHeadquarter and drawn down.
plant troubles: and to serve a copy thereof upon. Service Station ; The location of this well is to-
the plaintiff or plamtiffs attorney I for Gardening Heed
be
where direct such
If you ,discover a plant with whose name and address is: STANDARD OIL PRODUCTS (I ITiresBatteriesMinor I Ceramics, Gifts. Dry Arrangement property as we is may rightfully on owned

burned leaf tips or brown mar- Ray 800 Main Selden Street Materials and recorded as belonging to the
Daytona Beach. Floridanot Repairs I I I Annuals Shrubbery Fertilizers City of Bunnell. sufficient apacebeing
gins, then lighten up on the fer allowed for the ingress and
later than,July 7th. A. D. 1961. Bunnell
ID 7-7119
I I I
TORO LAWN MOWERS of and
for
equipment
egress your
tilizer. Or it could mean that If you fail to do so. decree pro
I confesso will be entered againstyou 147 Tomoka Avenue-Ph. OR 7-051' the advantageous. operation of
I you were 'stingy with the water for the relief demanded in the Biddle Gulf Service I ORMOND same.ALSO

or the damage was caused bill of complaint. The nature of :
said suit being ,for divorce. Quote on one (1) vertical tur-
by last month's chilling wind. WITNESS my hand and seal of GASOILLUBRICATIONGULF I HARDWARE bine pump complete with 5 lip
vertical electric
and of said Court this 25th day of May TIRES & BATTERIESOpen II hollowshaft motor-
;
Yellowing dropping
A. D. 1931.Official 3/60/220/1800. discharge base with
THAT FAMOUS PAINT
leaves is of fumes ( Seal) E. A. SMYTHE I 4" flanged opening, 30 ft, settingof
'a signal gas "
7 A.M.-10
Clerk of said Circuit Court P.M.-7 Days 5" column and % stainless
: overwatering, poor drainage or June 8-15-2-U-4tc State&Lambert US 1-ID 7-7190 i Exclusively at steel shaft bowl assembly 10 ft.
l' of 5" suction pipe and Installed in
poor aeration. Small leaves In- IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF I well. Pump rated at 180 gpm &

dicate too little 'water and fertilizer FLAGLER COUNTY, FLORIDA Colonial Service StationEARL I FLAGLER BEACH 81 ft. t.d.h.the State well efficiency.Bids and .
IN CIIANCERY NO. 4264 DtHARDWAREFlagler on pump mustbe
or the plant is existingin CHARLES A. MIX E. RICE. ProprietorGASOILLUBRICATION. submitted separately.Each .
bid shall be addressed to-
Plaintiff
tight > heavy soil. vs. I I Beach HE 9.2103 the City Commissioners Bunnell

Weak growth or light green MERIAM S. MIX MOTOR TUNE-UP Florida. The City Commissionersreserve
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Defendant the right to reject any and
color foliage GOODYEAR TIRES & BATTERIES all bids and also to the bid
or yellow on healthy NOTICE TO DEFEND accept
THE STATE OF FLORIDA. TO: I I Village Hardware Center that in its judgment will be for
U.S. HIWAY 1 BUNNELL
( mean lack of fertilizer -r I I I
i may Meriam S. Mix I, HOUSE, PAINTS the host interest of the City of
root rot root Residence Unknown Bunnell Florida.
poor system or
You are hereby notified that a ED'S Match and mix colorBuilder's WITNESS my hand and official
any
that the plant is growing in too suit has been filed against you In |I I seal this 13th day of June. A. D.
KItchenware
I intense light are the hereby above entitled required cause to file; your and you answer PURE OIL STATION, {t I GIFTS Supplies GREETING CARDS 1961.(Seal) Levi L. Brannam Sr.

A house' plant that is yellowing with the Clerk of this Court. Specializing in Wash & Waxing I Mayor City of Bunnel Florida
and to serve a copy thereof upon AlA Ormond Beach CL 2.0420 I ATTEST:
I wilting or has "soft growth"Is the plaintiff or plaintiffs attorney Batteries-Accessories 'I II Nancy C. Rodgers City Clerk.

exposed to excessive heat or whose name and address is: MINOR REPAIRS I June 15-22-2tc
W. Cecil Grant I
has a root injury. Plants with 1 407% Main Street u.s. Hvry. 1-Bunnell-ID 7-3138 JEWELER i IN THE COUNTY JUDGE'S COURT*
Daytona Beach. Florida FLAGLER COUNTY, STATE OF
small leaves and long inter- not later than July 10th. A.D. 1961. j, FLORIDA.
BAR AND.PACKAGE STOREBAMBOO BRENNAN Jewelers Estate ofAlbert
If fall to do, decree
you so. pro
nodes indicate too little light or !
E. Andreas. DeceasedThe
confesso will be entered against jI I i I
too high temperature. yoU for the relief demanded in the Diamonds-Diamond Setting State of Florida. To All Per-
bill of complaint. The nature of Fine Jewelry and Gifts sons Interested in the Estate of
Actually, most healthy house said suit being for divorce. said Decedent:
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BAR & COCKTAIL
plants need very little care. The WITNESS my hand and seal of Hamilton Bulova, Benrus You are hereby notified that a
written instrument purporting to
this of
said Court 1st day June LOUNGE Watches
greatest blight of these plants A. D., 1961.Official I II I I be the Last Will and Testament of
I ( Seal) 'E. A. SMYTHE DANCING FRIDAY & SATURDAY Watches -Jewelry-Clocks Repaired said decedent has been admitted to
( '. Is from coddling by eager beav, Clerk of, said Circuit Court FROM 9 !I 60 E. Granada-ormond-oR 7-5056 I probate in said Court.
You are hereby commanded within -
June 8-t5-22-9-4tc I I
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I SUNDAY FROM 6 P.M. six calendar months from the

FLORIDA INLAND NAVIGATION DISTRICT Ocean Blvd AlA Flagler Beach'1 I FURNITURE date of the first publication of this
STATEMENT OF CONDITION AT DECEMBER 31, 1960 I I notice to appear in said Court and
show cause. if why
any you can
ASSETS MILLAND BAR AND I r Ormond Bedding and the action of said. Court in admit-
Cash in Banks .$ 53509.95 Furniture Co. ting said Will to probate should!
U. S. Certificates .-.... 50000.00 COCKTAIL LOUNGE not stand unrevoked.Seal .
Lands Owned in Fee I 45230.24 I Substantial Discounts on AllBEDSSOFASFURNITURE. ( ) T. K. McKNIGHT
Office Furniture & Fixtures 4939.28 Eddie & Mary Shultz Props. I I County Judge
Petty Cash 35.00 $10 Tradein Covers Down Payment Flagler County. Florida
PACKAGE GOODS ,I First publication on June 15. 1961
$163.714.47LIABILITIES R. S. ROBENBERRY, Owner June 15-22-29 & July 64tcIN
9 a.m.2 a.mSun.. 1 p.m. 2 a.

1 Surplus 153714.47 Ocean Blvd-Flakier BeaeJaBETH'S m.1 I"" Granada Ormond Ben. OR 76.411MOTOR JUDGE.THE COURT FLAGLER OF "THE COUNTY COUNTY

SEASIDE FLORIDA. IN PROBATE.IN .
COURTSTREETER'S re: Estate of
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BAR & GRILL ALBERT E. ANDREAS
FLORIDA INLAND NAVIGATION DISTRICT COURT Deceased.To .
STATEMENT OF CASK RECEIPTS: AND DISBURSEMENTSFOR I FOR FINEF'OOD I All Creditors and Persons
THE YEAR ENDED DECEMBER 31, I860 AND COFFEE SHOP Having Claims or Demands Against
RECEIPTS i BREAKFASTLUNCHESCOLD :Said Estate:
Cash in Banks January 1, 1960 $ 32,064.52Received You and each of yon are hereby
t During Year: i 3 mi. N. of Flagler on AlA DRINKS-HOT COFFEE notified and required to presentany
Tax Redemptions $ 4.67 I OVERNIGHT KITCHENETTES claims and demands which
Sale of U.S. Certificates 50.000.00. Open 7 A.M.-II P.M. DAY WEEK-MONTH .you. or either of you, may have
Interest on U.S. Certificates ___ 3.150.00. ,, :r against the estate of Albert E. Andreas -
HWY
Lease to City of Boca Raton '__ 1.00 BUILDING SUPPLIES A1A-FLAGLER BEACH deceased late of said County -
Refund On Surety Bond Premium 49.84 to the County Judge of Flag-
Quitclaim on MSA-520 ___ 300.00 ler County Florida at his office
Sale of MSA S647Reimbursement 12000.00 .. ;. WICKLINE I PAINTS in the. court house of said Countyat
for expenses -I--- t Bunnell. Florida within eight
release 'x'- calendar months from the time of
concerning of MSA's In Dade '
County 700.00 Building Supplies 'I JERRY'S PAINT MARTPITTSBURGH the first publication of this notice.
Reimbursement for Costs! : concerning ." Each claim or demand shall be in
MSA in Flagler County ____ 300.00 _' CEMENT CEMENT BLOCKS writing and shall state the place
Reimbursement for Costs: concerning of residence and post office addressof
MSA in St. Johns County 300.00 ,STEEL 1[ Paints-Finishes the claimant and shall be sworn
Sale of AtlaaejWithholding 40.03 Paint Sundries to by the claimant agent attorney
-Wallpaper
Tax Withheld ...... 2.532.80 Flagler Beach HE 9.2254 and any such claim or demand not
UetlrementVlthheld 775.96 1 I I 38 W., Granada-Ormond so filed shall be void.
Social Security Withheld 253.50 $ 71007.80 BLANCHE A. ANDREASAs
BOTTLE GASHARRIS j ORange 7.0761 Executrix of the Last Will
Total Cash January 1. 1960 and Received during year_$103,072.32 I! and Testament of Albert E. Andreas -

I DISBURSEMENT Office Furniture*& Fixtures 44,i7 U.97. BOTTLE GAS ROOFER First publication, deceased. June 15., 1961.

BOTTLE or BULK r June 15-22-29 & July 6-- te
Administrative Expenses: I .EDGEMON ROOFING CO.
, FLAGLER COUNTY'S ONLY IN THE CIRCUIT COURT SEVENTH
Surety Bond Premium _. 25.00Commissioners' Manufacturers of -
JUDICIAL CIRCUIT IN AND
Per Diem 6,030.00 :
Commissioners'. Mileage 938.12 \., HOME OWNED GAS COMPANY Cement Tile RoofingALL FOR FLAGLER COUNTY FLOR-
Employees' Salaries ____ 3505.00 PHONE ID 7.3551 IDA. IN CHANCERY! 4288
Office Rent 1000.00 TYPES OF ROOFINGFast GEORGE A. HAJWK ,
'Safe Deposit Box Rent 12.50 ct'> Help"Flagler County Grow Dependable Service Plaintiff.
Stationery. Printing & Supplies 83.31 .
Postage & Express 24.00 ;,,. t By Shopping at Home HWY. 1 N. ORMOND DORIS C. HAWK,

Telephone & Telegraph ..._..r-..--............_. 240.42 ORange 75177. 7.1793 Defendant.
NOTICE TO DEFEND
Miscellaneous
-- 15.00 11.873.35Legal '
CONCRETE PRODUCTS IN THE NAME OF THE STATE
Expenses: I RESTAURANT OF FLORIDA:

Attorney's Salary _.,--_____< -.... 9,000.00 Your "Q" For Concrete 'I TO: DORIS C. HAWK whose
Telephone Telegraph 1.70 : .. i residence and adddress are
Legal Fees (Stephen P. Smith) 175.00 .i Dial CL 3-8113 SUE-Z-Q RESTAURANT unknown
Legal Advertising. .._ .....-- _, 396.38 9.573.0 I YOU ARE HEREBY NOTIFIEDthat
\ Lunches-Dinners-Sandwiches a suit for divorce has been
Engineering. Surveys & Procurement: Expenses: DAYTONA BEACHQuillian's brought against you in the Circuit
. Genera Managers Salary _ 10.000.00 OPEN 24 HOURS DAILY Court of Flagler County Florida. I
Manager's Secretary 3.770.00. Concrete Inc. In Chancery by GEORGE. A.
Maps Prints & Supplies 165.04 152 W- Granada-Ormond Beach HAWK styled as above and you
Telephone & Telegraph _. ..... .. 523.28 ,' are hereby required to file person-
Travel Expense ...._.... 867.10 Open 6 A.M.-11 P.M. at ally or by attorney. with the Clerk
Postage. Express & Office Expense 128.86 CLEANERS 146 S. Atlantic of said Court at Bunnell Florida.
Office & Equipment Rent _______ %.010.14' -Ormond your answer or written defenses.
Annual Equipment Service -71.50 if any. to the Complaint In said
Subscriptions 4 -.- .._ .. -. ... -- 30.65 BUNNELL CLEANERSWE I suit; on or before July thereon 24. 1961
Miscellaneous _______________ 45.49 17,612.06, RIGHT ON THE BEACHShrimpSteokChopsChicken and to serve a copy upon
I GIVE TV STAMPSOpen RICHARD E. COINER Attorneyfor
RIght-of-Way Expenses: Plaintiff., whose address Is
Recording Fees I 20.05 Dally S to. Sandwiches and Shakes P.O. Box 1566. New: Smyrna Beach.

Certificates & Reports on Title 185.00 Phone ID, 7-3188 Sandwiches md Pies Florida THE FLAGLER TRIBUNE Is
Appraisal Expense ---,- - ,.. 275.00 480.05 i hereby designated as the news
. BREAKFAST ANYTIME paper in which this Order shall, be
Miscellaneous .Expense: 115 N. Bay St Bunnell
week
once a for four
published (4)
Tax Assessor's Fees 55.97 Ocean Spray Restaurant weeks.

Henry Holland. Buckman ,...-, -...__ 6,260.63 consecutive
HEREIN FAIL NOT OR
National Rivers & Harbors Congress 100.00 .. DRUG STORES i iMoodts AlA 1 Mile South of Pier : WILL BE ENTERED JUDGMENT -
Withholding Tax Paid .... 2.S32.80 I YOU BY DEFAULT. AGAINST -
Retirement Paid r 775.96 \ Used FurnitureUpholsteryJOE WITNESS my hand and the seal' .
!, Social Security Paid 253.509,978.86. PharmacyFlagler of said Court at Bunnell. Flagler
County. Florida, this 13th
Total Disbursements ',-,S 49562.37 County's Corner Drug Store WELLBORN June. A.D. 1961. day of
(Seal) E. A. SMYTHE
I Cash In Banks December 31. 1960 _J 535-09.95 PRESCRIPTIONS Furniture & Upholstery Clerk of Circuit Court .

This Statement has been prepared in accordance with provisions of DRUGS-SUNDRIES GOOD USED FURNITURE Richard E. Flagler Conner County. Florida. -
Chapter 14723. Laws of Florida 1931. Details of accounts with
sup-
Attorney
at Law
FOUNTAIN SERVICE New Bedding-Mattress Renovating .
porting vouchers are on file in the ofceOofFtheAreassuurer.Treasurer. UD.olaterlac-Tracte. P. O. Box 1568

BoanelL Flo. Phone ID 7-3661 Karmltare New Smyrna Beach. Florida
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Thursday; June 22, 1961 THE FLAGLER TRIBUNE; BUNNELL, FLORIDA PAGE THRED

An old cook book states that I Sales volume of swine delivered I I Crossbred laying hens recently -

in Bible days eggs were plain" at ,Florida processing ,plants ', set a new world record. The

cooked 'by placing, them in a during 1959 was 6 per cent I hens laid 3,900 eggs 'during a _,

and whirling' them around I greater than in the previous J 50-week period for an average

: in, the air. I year. I of 300 eggs each. '

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OUTDOOR 88'
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-WADSWORTH CLINCHES Firemen- ,Ab R H :
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THE FIRST HALT I Wilson 301 ,.
Monday night, 'June 15. Gale Seale 311"i III '* "*- '

IMercer and Big Sammy Bertha I Spfrey '..*:c -....,...,". 10 0 I. '* ,"v. \x v-.vw.o>vvt <- *VV \ .
hooked up for two innings in a Martell 200 I '+ s \( > L ':
pitching duel. The bottom of Peterson ; 200 ; .c

; the third, C. Wall made a first Grover ,,. ::: 100 4)

on an error J. I. Sheffield walk- Stryker / ;L.',* 100 J4Y CL': ij ; )

ed. :Melvin Hull punched the Kelly :. 101
Jjp
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first hit of the game-a double- Littlefield .: 200*
and the Lumber Co. went on to 1 <

win 11-2 This was their 5th I 15 1 3HH : :: E l&L1h

-straight win and the Lumber Co.
the first half title. 1000013 :
also clinched .: '
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0 0 6 2 31110 : : '
Clinic- AbRH '
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Todd 300
: CLINIC SCORES 8 RUNS
Deen 200'Whitaker
, IN THE FIFTH TO WIN
2 0 0

G. Cauley 2 0 0 Monday night, the Clinic
3. Burnsed 2 1 0 scored 8 big runs In the top of'

Cook 200F.Cauley the 5th to go on and win 11-71.
210 Cook and Billy Deen were the

Nipper' ; : 201 big guns for the Clinic. For ,
,I Bertha 201 Harris, Smiling Jim Ward had

3 for 3, and Cliff McGriff had'
j&t; !
; ,. e 1922 2 for 2. Big Sammy Bertha .. :1 '
I I'I r struck out 3 and needs two more .
Lumber Co.- Ab B H 'p' '
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to set a new strikeout record. \
'I D. urnsed .' .4 0 2 _
J Rodgers .3 00 Harris- Ab R H

Wall t: 310 J. Burnsed 300McGriff
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Sheffield .- :: 1 2 0 2. 3 2 .w -
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Durrance '. ';:. 3 1 1 Ross 200
Hull ;' : :221 Ward 323

Cummins 1 2 0 Metts :. 111 it's such a treat
Mercer 1 1 0 Pinner r 201

.Schatz ;1 0 2 0 Canakaris .i. 200 "

\. ,' Wells 100 to beat the heatWITH
1811 4 Frailey 200 '

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ELECTRIC AIR CONDITIONINGKeep
207 7
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0065114HARRIS Clinic I AbRH your family comfortable throughout the summer. For ATTIC and WINDOW

Kuleski _. 1 1 0 no matter how hot and sticky the weather, it's just like VENTILATING FANS
Deen 4 1 2 another world inside the modern air conditioned home. Air ARE WONDERFUL AIDS
WINS FIRST
GAME OF THE SEASON Whitaker \ : 4 0 0 Conditioning cools the air and regulates the humidity, so TO COOL COMFORT ,
G. Cauley 3 1 0 you don't feel hot or sticky. It filters out dust and pollen They remove hot stale air '"

Preacher Pinner pitched a 3- Cauley 110 to bring relief from allergies. Children eat better, sleep -draw in clean fresh air.

ball game and the Harris Appliance Cook 322 S better,...and are less irritable.And._. earround.Electric.Air. '
boys won their first Nipper.;.. :1-_; 2 2 1. Conditioning is the.real answer to healthier, happier family
of '
'game the season. Smiling Jimmy Kendall 221 living-comfort-living summer and winter. a. ..
Ward got two hits. Bud Bertha 311 '+ ,
Trailey had 3 for 3. With their Do 't delay another day!Get your Electric Air Conditioningon Lln Jnu

first taste of victory, the ApplIance S 2317 the "Whole.House" or the "Add-a-Room-a-Year" plan. \\. '

boys, will be hard to Harris 3111177 See your electric appliance dealer now."R _

beat The from Firemen, now on.missed their Clinic 00038117 -tiM ::1011a7d L

sparkplug, Hopalong Robbles, GALE MERCER PITCHES )p f1.ftl1( :. l $ z .

who has missed the last two
SECOND SHUT OUT
FLORIDA POWER & LIGHT COMPANY
games. Monday night Gale Mercer HELPING BUILD FLORIDA .
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ApplianceAb B h (Continued on page 7) /- '_- -_-_ -0 .. #;.. :." -' ". .
J. Burnsed 322 -

Frailey 323
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Pinner ., 421

Ward 412 _ANOTHER BIG REASON BEHIND THE BIG BOOM IN FORD SALES: J -
King 210

Canakaris 310

Garry '*.'.. \. 201'

Ross r'd'.. 311 Galaxie styling is inspiring more admiration :

Barrow 310 .


27 11 10 (and imitation) than any other car on the road : .

IN THE COURT OP TilE COUNTY' .

JUI1GR.IDA. IN I'll FLAG Oil ATE.LEn. COUNTY. ... ,
IN RE: Estate of .
HOKE S. COBB. Deceased. .;.f ,
To All Creditor and Persona : ... .
haying Claim. or Demand Against '
Said Estates .
.You and each of you are hereby I ;."'J';;
notified and required to present any .
claims and demands which you, or >.;. :
either of you. may have against the ,- .
' estate of Hoke S. Cobb. deceased _
late of said County to the County
Judge of Flakier County. Florida p
at his office In the cobrt house of said
County at Bunnell. Florida. within
eight calendar months from the :
time of the first publication of this I I
notice. Each claim or demand shall __
be in writing. and shall state the I ,
place of residence and post office! _' '
address of the claimant. and shall I .
be sowrn to by the claimant. agent.
attorney and any such claim or
demand not so filed shall be void.
/S/ WILDA H. COBB
As Administratrix of the Es-' ...
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tate of Hoke S. Cobb. deceased. -
First publication June 2%, 1961. _
June 22-28 & July 6.13--4tc "'

This is Galazie styling-inspired by the Wouldn't it make sense to STOP spend-
PAL PARKER'S. INC. fabulous Thunderbird!
ing money on an old car that can never do
Automotive Specialty Center Many cars have tried to copy the for you what a new Ford can do? I .
BRAKE* RELINED 91&A5 incomparably beautiful 1961 Calaiie. No .
PARTS AND LABOR car has succeeded. SWAP right now while your Ford .
FORDCIIRVROLETPLYMOJrTlIOTHERS : And styling is only part of Galaxie's Dealer a sales are booming-and the iti -: )
$19.85 distinction. This is the car that's beautipmg is easier than it's ever been -
540 Mason Ave. Daytona fully built to take of itself. swapS I -
care The, 61 SAVE with the that .1
_ _ _ _ _ ___ _I Ford goes 30,000 miles between chassis a pleasure. car makes
ORMOND PRESCRIPTION lubrications 4,000 miles between oil 'B'
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changes. Brakes adjust is the < ,
PHARMACYSick automatically. Today day to STOP..SWAP..SAVE : I
Room Supplies-Sundries _, i
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Bunnell Motor '
24-Hour'Prescription Service Company '

Free Delivery in Flogler Beach :,:. 1/
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: /fl PLAGLERFOODSTORE In, i

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f ,_; .,. LUNA BABBITT_ .1 .I .... .. .. .. .. ii iiiii>> e I I

, Telephone HEmlock 9-2093 I I II ,

. WSCS.MEETING THURSDAY MRS. BROCK HONOREDBY :
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. .. Y W A GIRLS I
' A meeting of the WSCS was, PRICES GOOD- Thurs.-Fri.-. June 22.23.24,1961
held Thursday morning at the On'Saturday evening, the
home of Mrs. Robert Henderson I YWA girls met at the church for I I ;,
withan attendance of 2pvC-;their regular meeting and also Armor Star Fuly Cooked 12 oz. Skives j; :
.
. hostesses were Mrs. ;).had a surprise tea honoring CANNED ;
! and Mrs. G. Bondy. Mrs. Mildred Brock, their sponsor :
the patio next I this being the nearest meet- PEANUTBUTTER
The setting on 1 4
.- to the pool was attractive with ing to her birthday. $
Picnics 4 i $2"Grade 1 1jar
: floral arrangements and the,i' They invited the church choir : i .
theme "God's Great Outdoors" members to join them at that
time. Russian tea was served
-; wTheobusiness Q1meeting was_ with ''a special birthday cake 390
Wilson and they presented a gift to
Bernie
;; conducted by Mrs. "A" Beef
r' president, and the dey tIon- Mrs. Brock.
Mrs. ,Harry Tid-- CHUCK \
al was led by
" well. Mrs. Kay Swayze read the Mr. and Mrs.' Frank Wheeler 303 Green Giant
secretary's report and Mrs. Fred and 'daughters, Karen and San- "
Marks gave the treasurer's re- dra, arrived from Lancaster, Pa., Roast 49 PEASfor
i: port.The. to visit here with her parents, : : Ib.
secretary's report included I Mr. and Mrs. Walter Meeshy. $00
one of the executive board < for
meetings and it was, suggestedthat Friends of Linda Lowe are -
< be held to hear that she is ill at .
. their man projects sorry Copeland's All MeatFranks ---
on the following dates: Novem-I the Flagler Hospital and Clinicin .J
303 Our
Favorite
" ber 17 for the Bazaar and Febru- Bunnell ahd wish her a ..
ary 9, 1962, for the Smorgasbord. speedy recovery. .
Jh 49
Those were approved after a vote CUT BEANS
I was taken as tentative. dates. 'I Rev. Bryant Spivey with his
Other reports were given in- wife and children stopped over .
cluded one by Miss Dqrothy Romans to visit hisparents, Mr. and Mrs.E. can 100
on Missionary Education; ] M. Spivey, as he was return Palm River .
Mrs. Inez Crenshaw on Christian I ing to the University of ,South '
" Social Relations; Mrs. Reynold i Carolina: Columbia from New I SLICEDBacon r Assorted Flavors
:' Hoover on Promotion; Mrs. Leonard Orleans. Rev: Spivey conductedthe
Johnson on Children, Stu- evening rervice at the
; dents and Youth; and Mrs. Har- tist Church Sunday evening.Bap-I JELLO
ry Treadwell'' on the Sunshine 'Ib' 49Q
\ that, PRE-TEEN DANCES
" Committee. It was reported 3 ;
ZSe
Mrs. Ray Lehr was ill and they i The first of the Pre-Teen for
. '_ expressed hope for a speedy recovery dances planned for the Flagler
for her. Recreation Center will be to- Tender Baby' ,
Mrs. Wilson presented a book, night (Thursday), Tess Massie Starkist
"Meditations," to the past presi- said today. The dress will be BEEF v ,;
dent, Mrs. Treadwell. Next meet- casual and dancing instructionwill .
ing will be at the home of Mrs. be offered. The dance will TUNA
B. Wilson and co-hostess will be be from 7:30 to 9:30 in the eve Liver 'Ib. 49

, Mrs. L Jphnson. ning. I I can 290

: Pete Crouch from Statesville,
SURPRISE PARTY
: N. C., is ,here visiting with his --- --
FOR MRS. KULP
l brother and sister in law, Mr. 6 oz. Maxwell House MaineSARDINES
, and Mrs. Jerry Davis. I A group of Mrs. Emma Kulp's INSTANT
friends had a social gatheringfor
! Mrs. Carl Robinson from Se her on Monday morning at
f' ville has moved into the Mayers. the home of 14rs. Katherine Wil-
, cottage for the summer. son. Mrs. Kulp plans to make COFFEE iar. 59 fOe
I;' a trip to England and the party can
Mrs. Nettie Brusich returnedto
: was a surprise. I_
her home here Saturday aft Twenty-one guests attendedand
'" er spending several weeks in she was presented with a I Limit one with $5.00 or more food order No. 300 can Bush
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f Cleveland with relatives. nice gift. The: background was .
I bon voyage motif, and luggage Shortening PORK & BEANScan
{. :Mrs. Gertrude Nichols from stickers were displayed in the
.
St. Petersburg is the house guestof decoration. ,
; ft
her daughter, Mrs. J. W.Zilch. Dainty pastel colored tea cakes C 3 fiQC fOe
were served with punch or cof rISCO .
[ fee. The serving table held a can
boat surrounded with summer
k Sarah E. Martel Red Bird
flowers. ViennaSAUSAGE
Limit one with $5.00 or more food order

; NOTARY PUBLIC FLAGLER BEACHMETHODIST
303 ,Sunlite
FLAGLER BEACH CHURCH can '

HE 9-2203-Lehigh St. Rev. Reynold N. Hoover, min- 100
ister. Sunday school 9:30 A. M.:, can
Tomatoes 1 1Limit 1O
worship The'sermon service topic 10:30 for next A.M.Sun can

day will be "Gideon's Army." 303 can
Community
Vacationers have a special invi-
"
- Memorial ChurchInterdenominational I tation to attend the services Limit 6 Please COLLARD MUSTARD -
; which are held in the Woman's TURNIP
I Club building on Central Ave., Can Opener FREE with
AIR CONDITIONED between 21st and 22nd Sts. GREENScan

Daytona Ave. I II Church The is congregation invited to attend of a this reception Pet Milk 8-$100.$ 100

FLAGLER BEACH I Sunday, June 25, from 3 :
to 5 P.M. in the DeLand Meth
: 'Sunday School 10:00 A.M. odist Church for Dr. and Mrs.
l- I Church Service 11:00 A.M. Joe A. Tolle. Limit Please. Dawn Fresh
, ; The pastor Rev. R. N. Hoover,
R. W. DICKERT. Paator and District Stewards Clarence Duke MUSHROOMSTEAK
EVERYONE WELCOME Shultz and Harold Massie are
I
t1 .to attend the steward's meeting I SAUCEcan
of the new ,DeLand District
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I.
I I which will ,be held in the Or- Dog Food can 5C '
: TV SERVICEALL mond Friday.Beach :Methodist Church 100


i:::. MAKES FIRST BAPTIST CHURCH NEWS 4 Please No. 300 can Bush
J- Agent For I .

PHILCO started Daily its Vacation second week Bible:Monday School 2Y2 King ColePea BLACK EYE
RCA & in the Baptist Church with a
t. good attendance. Commencement ,
TUBES & ANTENNAS SOLD exercises will be held hes can 1 19Limit PEAS
AND INSTALLED' Friday evening at 7:30 and
there will be a display of the I II
TUBES TESTED FREE I!I work they have accomplished. can 100
:Mrs. Ethel Rumill is the princi- 4 Please I I
pal and she announced that
; TVBob there Saturday would at also Alexander be a picnic Springsfor on FROZEN FOODS PRODUCE.

those attending this school STRAWIsre
i. FLAGLER BEACH. "

.::11\, PHONE,'HE 9-2204' and (Sunday'schooLContinued on page 8) BERRIES 5 pk?e.i CANTALOPES 4 for $100I


I 6 oz. Scald Sweet LEMONGeorgia

,' TRIP Go-- Protected SURANCE LEMONADE 10 99C PEACHES 2 ..b.290

" _" A, new, .service.:that we are- proud to offer' at I v..nFRENCH.
., remarkably low rates. Whether I 9 oz. Mr. G.
you plan to

i' ; be about vacationing your trip-3$urance.days or .6 months. -See us I FRIES Pk, 100 CARROTS Z Dags 250

H.: i Swansons TV bag ..
.: T. COOK AGENCY # '
r Citizens Bank Building I DINNERS0,590 POTATOES 490r .
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: Thursday., June 22, 1961

,'AnDER FAMILY". .Mrs. L. L. Brannam-and son, I Mr..:and 'Mrs. Wlllard"Spivey
II I ENJOYS FATHER'S James Alan, are visiting in and sons, Ernie, David antE
i DAY REUNIONMr. Franklin, N. C.,-with her brotherin Keney, have returned after a;
U law and sister, Mr;'and Mrs. visit in Douglas and Pearson
/ and Mrs. J. D. Barber and Harold Gwinner and. family. Ga. with relatives. On their return -
I members of their family enjoyed trip they visited with their
: II
JLOCALJc a reunion and picnic dinnerat .Mrs. MinnieBranham has as son in law nad daughter, Mr.-
I Palm Harbor Wayside Park her guests her brother and sIs-, and Mrs. John Dodgen, in Flora-
!Sunday noon.' ter in law, Mr. ,and Mrs. Joe home.
"
HOLDENS HONOR ,1 Those attending. were: Mr. Joiner of Louisville, Ky. Also (More on page
\ BERTHA-RICKS I FRIENDS AT A I and Mrs. Barber, Mr. and Mrs. her sister, :Mrs. Mattie Steptoe 8)t
WEDDING DATE SET DINNER PARTY I Shelton Barber and family of of Jacksonville. BRANNAM'S II
Marlene Ricks will I Bunnell; :Mr. and Mrs. Claude
Miss Joyce Mr. and Mrs. T. E. Holden Mr. ,and I I Health Studio & Gym .
become the bride of Mr. Samuel Varn, St. Augustine; Mr. and Mrs. Clarence Niesen
Johnston ,Bertha in a candle entertained, with a dinner partyat .Mrs. Carlisle Bird, Seville; Mrs. and daughter, Patof the Clar- i I Passive exercise Steam bath
at the First their home Wednesday 'eve- Ellie Shaw and son Dennis, and El Motel, have returned 'from a .
light ceremony Cock- Weight gaining or reducing; ;
ning honoring Mrs.Myrtle Mrs. Lilliam .Buchanan, Palatka; thrre.week'vacation in New
Methodist Church of. Bunnell on I :
whose wed- Body building & conditioning ;
evening, July 7, at seven man and John Rice I Mr. and Mrs. J. E. (Pete) Barber, York and Canada where they
,Friday ding will be Saturday evening,]I I Miami; Mr. and Mrs. Jj H. Me- visited with relatives and Male and Female Open
o'clock. :and also Mp. and 'Mrs. A. B. Anderson I Knight, Jr., Dianna and Buzzy of friends. evenings. ID 7.3633

The pastor, Rev. W. L. Spicer, I who are leaving July 1st,I Flagler Beach. BunnelL Florida
Jr.,.will officiate in the double- to live in their new home at I I
ring ceremony. Ormond Beach I I Mrs. Paul Smith of Graham,
Other invited guests are Mr.I I GALES WILSON CONE II N. c., arrived here last week to 1IOODY'SFloral

Immediately following will the be and":Mrs. Walter Toole, DeLand,I I Mr. and Mrs. Gales Cone of visit with her mother, Mrs.. Service
ceremony a reception Rice Mr. Myrtle Cockman and assist
Mr. and Mrs. Charles I Hill the of to
Holly are parents a
of the
held in the dining room South and Mrs. Charles Tonkin of :I|son born June 14 at the Hali-, with the wedding plans of the R. MOODY-Ph. ID 7.3240
Masonic Lodge on: Bay Flagler Beach,Mr.and Mrs.Wal-I Rice-Cockman wedding Saturday
i fax Hospital in Daytona Beach. Service Reasonable Prices
Street. ter Morris .of Bunnell, and Mrs.: evening. '
He weighed seven pounds five
I
being sent i
No invitations are
Paul Smith of Graham, North
t
i and one-half and has
but all relatives and friends of ounces Mr. and Mrs. Walter Morris
1 Carolina. l ,
been given .the' name of Gales THE OUTBOARDERAuthorized
invited to the
the couple are i JoAnn and Randy, have returned .
l I Wilson Cone .II.
ceremony and reception. :Mary Brannam of Cocoa is to their home here after a Evlnrude Dealer
\ I- .. Mrs. Cone will be rememberedas
with visit to with BOATS ACCESSORIES REPAIR
spending two weeks here Glasgow, Ky., Mr.
the former Miss June
Cham-
Mr.,and Mrs. J..H. Dawson and Morris' Dockage Storage Free Ramp
t her grandmother, Mrs. Minnie bers of Bunnell. parents, Mr. and Mrs.
Jamesene, two WE FINANCE
I daughter, spent Brannam. W. S. 'Morris. 'I
weeks vacationing with Mr. 825 Ballou&h Rd-DaytonaQpfwwwwwwwv

Dawson's parents in Dyersburg, Among those who Went to CECIL KENNETH RIDER :...."'."'."'."':."'."':."'.'"..."'.....-".............w."'."'."'...J,19.
Tenn. On their return trip they last Mr. and Mrs. Cecil Riderof *
Gainesville
Tuesday night Floyd
.
I' in Thomasville Ga. with FOR ALL HnURSDAY. OR NIGHT
visited I
for Visitors' ,Night at the 4-H Bunnell are the parents of
Mr. and Mrs. Charles L. Butler Club short course were Mr., and a son born June 9th at the Flag '
and family.Mr. Mrs. L. W. :McMillan and Sue, ler Clinic' and Hospital. He H AMBULANCE HSERVICE
t Mr. and Mrs. L. L. Brannam, weighed eight pounds and four PHONE VAlley 41625ST.

and Mrs. Roscoe Morris Mrs. Tony Kahlert and her ounces and has been given the .
and family of Somerset, Ky., house guests, Mr. and :Mrs.I name of Cecil Kenneth. AUGUSTINE. FLORIDA

have been spending a short vacation Clarence Mittler. I Never be hesitant about calling a Garcia Ambulance. We
'at their beach home in UNDERGOES SURERY are always at your service with promptness safety and
Flagler Beach.Guests ROYAL NEIGHBORSTO MONDAY MORNINGMrs.
MEET MONDAYThe experience.
Ethel Lord underwent
of Mr. and Mrs. Tony Royal Neighbors will meet surgery at trip Flagler Hospital Equipped With OxygenResusitator and Inhalator
.Kahlert are their son in law at the home of Mrs. Lizzie Ken :in St. Augustine Monday morn-
and daughter, Mr. and Mrs. dall in Haw Creek Monday ing. This is her second operation Garcia Funeral HomeP.

Clarence Mittler and children, Night, June 26. All membersare during the past four weeks. She : E. GARCIA, Licensed Funeral Director
Danny, Terry, and Karen, of. St. urged to attend Mrs. Blanche is reported improving satisfac

.,. Louis. ;. Akers. said. today. I torily. YJ1'JI'.................J".0....f'",......LADY......".....ASSISTANT..,."'.....J;...................-.W..,."'.:"I 0 "''-....li

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r" -C:;; 1961 BAKE-OFF '

The Budget And Tempting Summer Days.
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Attach this,certificate to' official Grand National
your I
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I 400 TOP VALUESTAMPS from SHELTON,SUPER I

I Name MARKET BUNNELL, FLORIDA I II Shop SHELTON'S You'll Be Glad. -


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I FANCY FRESH-PRODUCE .
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City .Zone.._State. I 50 FREECANTALOPES I
-. Jumbo Sweet
$100 .
LIMIT ONE OFFER PER ENTRANT .4 L
for TOP VALUE STAMPS
OFFER .EXPtRES. JUNE. 3O, 961. ,
Ga. JuicyPEACHES
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Limit one coupon to ADULTwith
t tI 21bs.29cuicy .
1i. I ;. food order
I Pillsbury's J SunkistLEMONS $5.00 or more at

l'8' j BEST. dozen 39c SHELTONS SUPER MARKET

This June 24 1961
expires ,
coupon
1 lb. cello
Texas
a. Flour CARROTS 2 for 25c
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Sweet Fla.CORN PICNIC SUPPLIES

'I I I 4 for 25c Playmale % gallon _
around and inquired how : PICNIC JUGS $149
SPORTSCORNER enjoyed this season of ball. The each
fans I talked to all commentedthat Reg. RollREYNOLDS '
the all-around playing and TABLERITE MEATS
WRAPPlastic 33'
sportsmanship has improved.I .
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Western Beef
am glad to see that and I Heavy & WoodenSPOONS .
RIB
take this time to thank all the FULL CUT ROUND -

Continued from.Page 3) the managers who have done a STEAK 79* & FORKS pkg.tOe
wonderful job of keeping it up. 10 lb. bagCHARCOAL ,
pitched one hit ball and shut .
We will try to improve the second
out the Firemen 80. This was half. I believe that the Center Cut BRIQUETS, 69CPORK ,
Gale's second shutout and the 69c ea
win.J. competition will be a little CHOPS Ib; Crown 2 lb. jarMUSTARD
Lumber Co.'s 6th straight greater.A "
Seale hit a long triple in the meeting of the league will Rib, Loin, or Boston Butt 19
4th inning with, no outs, and each':
be !held Tuesday to line up the PORK'ROAST lb.43e
his team mate stranded on schedule for the second half. Chase & SanbornWilson's ,
3rd base. "B. Cummins had two The schedule will be released as Crisprite
hits. J. I. Sheffield had two hits.C. COFFEE 570
soon as possible. Congraulations 1 lb. can
i Wall had a double. to the first half champsWadsworth SLICED BACON lb. 49 Limit one, with $5.00 or more food order

Lumber Co.- Ab R H Lumber Co. Tonight's Chicken of the Sea New family size can
'i. Palm
Burnsed, D. 130 I game will wind up the first half. Valley
/ 232 89' TUNA 2 89c
CUmmins. PORK SAUSAGE 3 for
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Wall 4 1.- ;
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Sheffield ,, ',3' d' 2 'Gardening ', Assorted :Colors 25c OFF Reg'size

T. Durrance 2 0 1, FRANKS CAMAY 12 99'
Hull } 200 (Continued from Page 2) SMOKED bars
or Holsum 2 lb. jar .
Rodgers 3 0 0!mites, thrips, whiteflies, mealy $100
.. SAUSAGE I 3
PEANUT BUTTER 59c'World's
Schatz 200 :
'' '- bugs, scales and aphids. In gen Ibs ,
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Hutchinson. : ; 2' 0 0 eral, malathion spray at ten- Best Monogram 3 lb. bag -

Mercer ,. 400 day intervals will stop an in- $139 LONGGRAIN RICE
HAMBURGER3' 33cThriftwan'
sect attack. bs. .
2486 Some disaeses to look for are
Firemen' Ab R HI stem and crown rots, leaf spots, LARGE SELECTION
.. Wilson' '-;-: 300 powdery :mildew and blight FRANKS 39c' '
Seale : .T '2 0 1 The best treatment for stem pkg. SUMMER CANDIESea. .

Durrance, E. ; 2 0 0 and crown rots is to cut away
,tI" A. Spivey 2 0 0 all the mushy tissue and then Hellman'sMAYONNAISE
_" Grover 2 0 0 spray with a copper fungicide.The "
Littlefleld ,'. 0 0 0 leaf spot is usually halted
1 Hilsenbeck 2 0 0 I by removing the ihfected.leaves qt. 39
Johnson 1 0 Q :as soon as they appear.

Stryker 200 I Mildews are controlled by '

dusting the plants with sul Limit one with $5.00 or more food order order
-, 1601 I I phur. Blight has no practicalcure.
It's best to burn
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Lumber Co. 2' 2 1 0 3 8 Pillsbury's Tubble Kids Love It!
! plant' before the disease spreadsto
, Firemen 0 0 0 0 0 0 6'1'I FLOUR 10 95e
, other plants. bag. BUBBLE BATH pkg.29c
If the >
county agricultural
.. LOOKING AROUND I agent is not handy with a plant '. All Flavors
THE LEAGUE FROZEN FOOD BUYS
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disease, mail a branch of the
Wadsworth Lumber Co. de,I sick plant to the Plant Pathol- KOOLAID 6 25C

. feated the Flagler Clinic 11-3 ogy Department, Agricultural Mr. G. Brand 9 oz. pkg. for
to win the first half champion Experiment Station, Gainesville, \
FRIES lOc
'l. ship Thursday night, June 15. I,and one of the plant doctors will FRENCH pkg. All Vegetable ShorteningSnowdrift

The crowd Thursday night[I give you a prompt answer. McKenzies 24 oz. cello .
.' was looking for the Clinic to Many house plants like to be
11 : W K CORN each 49c .
,. put up a good fight and stay I set out of doors during warm, 1 3Jnb 59'
r f in the running. Gale Mercer sunny days. Of course, don't Iceland Garden 2 lb. bag

and Big Sammy Bertha hooked I place tender plants in full sun WHOLE STRAWBERRIES S6c Limit one with $5.00 or more food order
;, up for a good duel and it looked unless they 'arehardened first
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! 3rd loose when for 6 the runs Lumber and went Co..broke on to ;"l. ALFORD I 25 FREE i 25 F ic---- 1 50 FREE

t win 112. TOP VALUE STAMPS TOP VALUE STAMPS ::1 TOP VALUE STAMPS
We have been having some I.I Real Estate Broker-1 with the purchase of i with the purchase of with the purchase of
| good attendance at our gamest 6 cans 2 cans Austex I Giant SizeSURF
: and seeing that the crowd for BunnelL Florida NEHI DRINKS BEEF STEW I

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CRAIG FUNERAL HOME QUANTITY RIGHTS

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ATTENDANT STORE HOURS '
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_PAGE EIGHT TI'F FLA.'..ai TRIBUN&:. BUNNELL. FLORIDA Thursday, June 22, 1961
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; "''"T_ '" Visiting with Rev. and Mrs. rector said 'today. i[
: Many At .
0 : R. N. Hoover Is their daughter,' Register I : I' RCA VICTOR
Mrs. John :Munro. accocmpanied' For, the six days, ;h.e' cen-t r! LIVING COLOR TV
by her,children Gail and, John,' ; 1 1j has been there has been
Center: open
from, Chicago{ J I "LOOK FOR THE PICTURE
j an attendance:of 590 who registered I IN THE WINDOW
; Al Paquiri returned to Bethel. j Southern ,Radio & Television
Va., Tuesday after a visit of Subscribe to The Flagler Tribune Center opened June 15 with a and many1others did not!I
226 E. Granada-Ph. OR 1001i
;;two weeks ,here with Mr. arid -- $".... A'Yen- Aavane.- big crowd. Miss Tess }lassie_. ,. di..' register, she said. I i ORMOND
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\Mrs.; Arthur Paquin. ------ Flakier! I Woman's Club I a'i FREE PAINT *

Mr. and Mrs. Bert Powell'were iI
One extra gallon of your choice
,in Tampa during the past week- I
with each, gallot you buy
end where Mr. Powell'attended ,
an Airforce Conference Mary Carter Paint Store

IJ I II I A.llloVeatJEate Shopping Confer
-" Mr: and Mrs. Richard Zalew-i II J
,ski and three children of Indian

'apqlis, Jnd., are visiting here for I CLASSIFIEDADS! .

two weeks with, his parents, Mr. i
and :Mrs. Andrew Zalewski. They

were accompanied by Mrs. Za
lewski on'a motor trip to Miami
Listings under this heading
are
and Key West for three days. 3 cent per word each insertion
75 cent fa minimum charge.

I FOR SALE-32 foot Curtis house
:. : I trailer in good condition. Con-
: /3eachFred ;
JfJfer II I tact by calling ID 7.3725 or write.

t n_ Charles Strickland Star Route,
Schatz who has been ,Bunnell. June 22ltp.
stationed in ,California with the
U.,S. Armed Services, is to spend 1955 New Moon house trailer
:his furlough here with his parents i 'z I If 45 ft. long. In excellant condi-
this,.month.Mr. and :Mrs. Robert Schatz, : I tion. Will sacrifice for $1750.00.

II f Original cost $5,500.00. PhoneID

George Wickline was a business ,' 7-3566 ltp
o visitor in Tampa this week. I
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Spending their vacation hereIn table top stove and wall oven;
the Robinson' house on 21st : I only occupied 6 mos. $900.00
St; are Mr. and Mrs., J. W. Robinson I
.. down and balance $6,000.00
, Sr. ,from Chicago, Ill.
Their son and daughter in law, I mortgage. SV K. Meigs, Palm I
:Mr. and Mrs. H. C. Robinson, of Harbor, Flagler Beach. 7-22 3tp
Bethesda, Md., are also' here on
FOR SALE-4 weeks old
puppies
vacation accompanied by their I
children, ,Mary Virginia, Doro- II from throughbred Cocker
thy, Churchy, Billy Paul, Ann I Seated L. to R. Outgoing Officers: Standing L. to Incoming Officers: Spaniel dog. Will sell cheap.
and Elizabeth.Mr. Call ID 7-3590
Margaret 6-22-Itp
:Mrs. Paul Kelly, Treasurer
I Mrs. Alfred Juengling, Recording Secretary '
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and Mrs. Leonard Moody Mrs. Bennie Clay, Corresponding Secretary SAVINGS UP
TO 25%
I :Mrs. Earl, Thiel, First Vice President
attended the installation of officers Mrs. Jasper White Recording SecretaryMrs. Bargain Month continues -thru

ceremony of the Sanford Frank Brede Presiden. ,Airs. H. G, Heydt, Second Vice-President June 30th
Lions Club
It \
Monday evening. Mrs. Harold :Massie, First VicePresidentMrs.
was held at the Capri in San. Mrs. Frank Schwenk, Second Vice-president New Baldwin Pianos & Organs
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.ford. Philip Kester President. THOMPSON MUSIC CO.
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at dealer's Ihick !
: c. your Chevy Roundup \, Ie it I and builtin kitchen equipment
-; 15 x 20 ft. brick patio, Florida
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room, oil ducted heat Separate
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: A. Ross, 15th &
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6.8.4tp
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... .' I ':' I ID 73228. 6.8.2tc

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builder.
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t :i Early, per 100 lbs .___.$26.00 I
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;:. .' rEi: T__ ___I Seville, Fla. June l-4tc

:" -' FOR RENT-Unfurnished large

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bath house, Daytona Ave.,
: Now it's easier than ever to.own America's easiest riding truck. And, thanks to their own special brand *. Flagler Beach. Completely ren

., .t, ." Chevrolet trucks will keep saving for mile haul.
: of Independent Front Suspension, on you. every you ovated. $65.00 per month. Keys

, .) .t'. 's If you've been needing a new truck but waiting a where the truck value is. With, Independent FrontI .j can Gulf be Station.picked up at Sullivan's Nov 10-tf

a.. : '. spell till the best buy came your'way wait no longer. 'Suspension smoothing the way you'll find a Chevy truck ; -

It's truck roundup time and the best buys are here as is worth loads more to you. Drivers get less tired. TORRENT on the 1 and

r': .' only the best seller can offer them. Cargoes ride_easier. And, best,of aU, your truck keeps 2 bedroom apartments completely

t" Just head for your Chevrolet dealer's full corral of going for extra thousands of miles. A good deal? You. -. :a ai furnished utilities included.

: .;.... : f bargains and take you picjc. Put your truck dollars bet! Even more so now-during truck roundup. time. : :, Sensible rate day, week, month,

i-.". ,'. \' ''-: # ; .. .. '0". ,,,..'; '? or. permanent. Sun Sea Motelformerly
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