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Title: The Flagler tribune
Physical Description: Newspaper
Language: English
Publisher: s.n.
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Place of Publication: Bunnell Fla
Creation Date: June 29, 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. 25 ; BUNNELL, ,FLORIDA, THURSDAY, JUNE 29, 1961 $2.50 A YEAR

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" Program of Flagler County Fourth Fete I Cattle and Pet I HonecoMiig. For I DignitariesWill -


And "Miss Florida East Coast Contest Judy Lynn Prince I Iw.

.' v" Owners' Alerted II I Be At July 4th

J SUNDAY, JULY 2nd
6:00: A. M. Start of Third Annual Fish-A-Thon Contest
: Official Headquarters, Fisherman's Inn, Directly on Inland For Screwworms Beauty
Waterway. Charles Rockett, Chairman. No Entry Fee.

I. e Trophies Largest will edible be awarded fish. for: .All Flagler County residents I I Sam Malphurs, director of the

, i.,. Second largest edible fish. / are urged to be on the alert I I "Miss Florida East Coast" Contest .
l' ... Largest fresh water edible fish. for possible screwworm infesta i at Flagler Beach next week,
4 t'k I' Most edible fish caught. I tions. Any warm blooded animal said today those who have accepted -
J. ATTEND THE CHURCH OF YOUR CHOICE be infested in invitations to atend the
can come
5:00 Entries in Fish-A-Thon with outstanding catches will be .
.. photographed. Location Dock at Fisherman's Inn. open wounds, County Agent; :Monday program include, in addition -
, HowardTaylor said today. to local and county dig
MONDAY JULY 3rd The' screwworm was eradicated nitaries, Senator Verle Pope of
..A. :M.:-Continuation of Fish-A-Thon.
St.
Augustine Reid and
in 1958-59 at a cost of seven Hughes
t, t,2:00 P. M. Registration of Miss Florida East Coast Beauty Contestants -
t as Contest Headquarters, The Flagler Beach Hotel. I million dollars has again appeared Wendell Jarrard of the State
I I =.2:30 P. M. Arrival of Motorcades-Each contestant from the various in the Bonifay, Florida, Development Commission, Ronnie
I $ towns in our State will be riding in motorcade, to form area. Steps have already been Morton, president of the Or-
I at the South City City Limits 'and proceed North to Contest
I taken to confine the outbreak 4 4 -4 mond Beach Chamber of Com-
r Headquarters, .Flagler Beach Hotel.
5:00 P. M. Dinner for Contestants and dignataries, Flagler Woman's I but two additional cases. have merce, and others..
Club. been found. Malphurs also said the com-
7:00 P. M. Bird Show, presented by Parrots Paradise of Ormond All owners of cats, dogs hogs, mittee is in need of rooms and
Beach. On stage in City Park.
breakfast for four
contestantsand
cattle and other animals
7:30 P. M. Third Annual Miss ,Florida East Coast Beauty Contest. are .
cv On stage in City Park. urgently requested to report any their mothers. Anyone who
\\ '. 8:00: P. 'M.: Fire Baton twirling by the Three Stedman Sisters of maggots found in their animals. I will entertain a girl and her
Ormond Beach. On stage in City Park. Please report suspected cases at mothr for overnight are asked
!I 9:30 P. M. Coronation Ball, Flagler Woman's Club. (Note-While j to contact him.
to the agent in the
U the winners will be announced on stage in City Park, the once aunty
\\t actual crowning presentation of awards will be at the I Ii I Flagler county court house.If i I
i I :: Coronation Ball. I only one negligent livestock I
10:45: Floor Show, Coronation*Ball, Flagler Woman's Club. owner failed to report a ;' < Ipossible.ScrewwormsI
.11:00 P. M. Crowning Miss Florida East Coast 1961, and ,Selection screwworm infestation it could I
.r of Miss Congeniality. Presentation of awards to Contestants. '
.t ::12:00 Midnight: Dance Contest, prizes for Slow.:dance and RocK'n be the start of another eradica In FlaglerAlmost
Roll. tion which could again cost millions
TUESDAY JULY 4th of dollars, he continued. simultaneously withy
A. M. Continuation of Fish-A-Thon. Miss Judy Lynn Prince winner the screwworm outbreak in the
\ ; ;J.0:00 A. M. Three Legged Race. Two Clases. of the Miss Florida East Bonifay area a possible screw-
.-- Class 1. Youngsters 6 to 8 years of age. Coast title last year at Flagler
Beach will be on hand to preside I worm case was reported in Flag
Class 2. Youngsters 9 to 12 years of age. !
: (Races will be held on beach providing tide is right. Otherwise Officers WarnFireworks this year. She is.the present Miss ler County. '
x. in City Park.) I Gasparilla Miss Hillsborough Wednesday morning, the Flag I
; 10:30 A. M.' Second Annual vFlagler County Horseshoe Pitching i County. Miss Southland. and ler County Agent was informed
C ", Contest, City Park. i I the runnerup in the Miss Gator \
I Out'FOrJu1Furth Bowl contestHer of "Worms" being found in a
f 2:00 p. Watermellon Eating Contest. Two Classes. I
: Class 1. Youngsters ,6 to 8 years of age., i first contest was the Miss dog." A number of types of
"'.-b, Class 2"Youn?sters'9 to 12 years otage.T: ? ,- ,'.' ; Florida East Coast last ,year maggots from flies are found
t ', 5:00.P<:M.:"One- -Bicycle.Race,.starting one mUe west on Route The Committee.,;is--planning.areal 1rr.rwounds4but only then screw-
11, finish line ,to be established opposite City Park. Awardsto "welcome" home ceremonyfor worm is of
maggot great con.
the first three winners. her when she arrives Mon-.
6:00 P. M.' Weighing and awarding prizes Fish-A-Thon Contest. The Flagler Beach Town Com day. cern. It takes a trained entomologist -
''Fisherman's Inn directly on Inland Waterway. 'mission has requested the Flag- to' identify 'the true screw- I
6:00 P. M.: Awarding trophies to winners Flagler County Horseshoe ler County Sheriffs Office to enforce worm maggot, thus the needto '
Pitching Contest, City Park. report maggot found in
8:00, Gala Fireworks Display, Ocean Front, Fireworks Courtesy the law against discharge Revised ScheduleFor any
Citizens and Officials of Flagler Beach. y I of fire crackers and other fire I wounds to the local County

works during the: July 4th cele Agent. .
bration. The sheriffs office has The "worms" in the dog were
Mr. Weber's Piano I Summer Rec.
Board Meeting .' agreed to the request treated and killed by the owner
Pulpils.Present I Many complaints, the commissioners and nearly a week later the In-

A Recital !Is Postponed said, have been madein Registration for the SummerRecreation cident was reported by the own
the past by citizens of Flag Program for the Bun- I er. Ifxit was a true case of
Piano pupils of Prof. Theo H. The Board of County Commissioners ler Beach about the dangerous .nell and Flagler Beach Schools screwworm, the maggots have

I Weber and their families were have postponed their discharge of fire crackers and ,ended with a total of 115 stu t'now turned in screwworm flies

guests of, Mr.and Mrs. Fred A. meeting scheduled for Monday, other fireworks in the crowds. dents signing up for the program and could be laying eggs in
'.... Fruits, Ocean Shore Blvd., on July 3, due to the holidays' .They"warn there is a law prohibiting Coach Cliff McGriff said J other sections of the county.
Chairman Alfred Tucker said
I Thursday evening.The discharge of such and today. I II Taylor notified the Bureau of
Recital consisted of solos today. therefore 'are asking that the Registration for the younger I Animal Industry of Florida, Department -
,and duets by the following The meeting will be held on I law be enforced.Remedial I group to 12 years of age was of Agriculture, at noon
students: Elizabeth Allen, Nina Wednesday morning, July 5, in I .1 very good and'he is urging the I Wednesday and the inspectors

'. Friggell, Frederick Fruits, Betty, the commissioner's room at the .1 i 13-17 age girls to come up and should be in the area Thursdayin
Mary Ann, Grace and Michelle court house. I Reading I register for these activities. "We an effort tb find if there are
r All offices of the court house '
Steflik.Mr. of definite infestations.
have a very good program screwworm
Weber and Frederick played will be closed on Monday, and Class Enrolls recereational activities for13.17 If the inspectors do find a positive
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a duet and Mr. Weber rend- Tuesday except the offices of the age girls which include table case the release of sterile I!.

ered several piano solos. Mrs. Board of Public Instruction, Thirty-five tennis, badminton, shuffle board, flies and area spraying will

1 David Hilsenbeck, soprano, was which will be open Monday, .1 volley ball, basket ball, and co- start at once, Taylor continued.It I
heard in several solos. The' meeting of the Board Jl 1 I Remedial reading has started recreation activities," he said. is regrettable that the suspected ;
much is shown
Several of Mr. Webers pupils Public Instruction scheduled for and enthusiasm Beginning thts.1\Ionday July 3 case of screwworm was

a were unable to participate in' Tuesday, July 4, has also been throughout the county, :Mrs. the Summer Program will beginon not reported at once, so that
Tonkin said today.
{ the recital due to being away I postponed until Wednesday Viola the following revised scheduleMr. specimens could be collected and
t on vacations. morning:, July 5. This program provides for the McGriff stated. identified and if a positive case,
analysis of each child's read- t
: Following the recital dainty Ing problems by tests given at Monday: A.M. 8:30, to 11:30, measures could be taken at once
refreshments'were served with the beginning of the program 7and' 8 year old boys and 7 to to rid i'them before they again

Mrs. Florence Schwenk and Mrs. ,Fee For Driver and again at the end ofthe 11 year old girls. P. ,M. 2 to ,become established on a .large

William Hurt assisting the I six week period. A progress report I. 3:30, 11 to 13 year old boys. scale, he added.

hostess.. .. I License Exams will be made out at the I 3:30! to 5, Pony League. The state agencies, includingall
k end of the course, shestated.. I Tuesday: A. M. 8:30 to 10- county agents are pleadingto
Will Be }Made The S R A-Reading Laboratory 9 and 10 year old boys; 10 to dog, cat, hog, as well as cat

Dean's List For is being used. Reading materials 11:30, Pony League. P. M. 3:00 tle ,owners, to report possiblecases

1 of various levels from the VolusiaFlagler -I to 3:30-13-17 year old girls. immediately.It .
Junior fee of
College Effective July 1st, a
County Media 3:30 to 5:00-i1 to 13 year old cost the State and Federal
driver
examination for
$1.00 per
Government 7 million dollars. to
Thirty-four area students have I Center is also being used. i
licenses will be made by the boys.Wednesday
been named to the Dean's List I This will be enriched : A. M. 13 to 17 erradicate screwworms in 1958
of Public program
Department Safety,
at the college division of Daytona Patrolman R. A. Feller said to- with records, story telling, dramatization year old girls and 13 and 17 and 1959 and through a singleperson's

Beach Junior College Dr. I day. Mr. Feller is one of the film_strips and tape year old boys. P. M. Basket negligence another outbreak
Roy F. Bergengren said yester: three patrolmen who conduct recordings of their reading.The ball for 14 to 17 year old boys. could occur which would
All named Thursday: A. M. 8:30 to 11:30 cost our state many thousands
day. were as a result driver examinations here each program is designed to
of their academic performance Tuesday afternoon from 2 to accelerate pupil to enrich their '7 and 8 year old boys and 7 to of dollars. ,1
during the Spring semester.I 4:30 o'clock. regular school work in academic 11 year old girls. P. M. 2 to REMEMBER
Students from Bunnell on the fields, Mrs. Tonkin concluded. 3:30 for 9 and 10 year old boys 1. Report to the County Agent
Dean's List were Ronald laszczak Patrolman, Feller said the fee I 3:30 to 5:00, Pony League. any maggots found.in any ani
and David Shields. will also be made for each examination Friday; A. M. 8:30 to 10 for mal at once. '

Dean' list elegibllity is based road or written\nations in connection- with reinstating 9 ,and 10 year old boys; 10:00to f 2. Do not treat the maggots until

t upon an academic record with which has to be taken over. licenses which have 11:30, U to 13 year old boys.P. the County Agent (or screw-
4 'no grade below MB" the presi A fee of $5.00 will also be been suspended or revoked, he M. Basket ball for 14 to 17 I worm Inspectors) have collected

..dent .said.,, .. made for all testing and examl- also said. year..old boys. maggot specimens.

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Eleanor Shill was honored on Mrs. Bernie Wilson was surprised -
Sunday with an outdoor party on Friday evening with a OPEN ALL DAY JULY 4th
and wiener. roast at her 'home birthday party at the home ef i
by her parents Mr. and Mrs. Mr. and Mrs. Ray Lehr. The Grade "A" D & D Whole 2% 2V2 lb. Hormel's
t Henry Shill. Assisting'with the birthday cake was decorated in I ]
games and roast were her sister pink roses and it was served FRYERS.ea. 69" SPAM
and brother Elaine and Dannie with ice cream and coffee. A-
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Frailey. The next day was the mong those present were Mr. \ 490 I
honoree's eleventh birthday. and Mrs. Howard Lerch, Mr. and 12 oz. Copeland's can .j
Among those present were Mrs. George Wickline, Mr. and
: Patty Bobble, Joann and Barbara ; :Mrs. Keith Lovell, Mr. and Mrs. Chicken of the SeaTUNA
Wilson, 'Linda McNab, Janet Leonard Johnson, Mr. and Mrs. FRANKS a9 I
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Haines, Ann and Marie Hugas, Pete Peterson Bernie Wilson, and
Jim McNab. and George Robbie. Mrs. Henry Wilson. The children .
,I I present were 'the honoree's two Copeland's SmokedPICNICS Zge
GARDEN CLUB daughters Jo Ann and Barbara, can
ENJOYS PICNIC I I Susan Peterson, Debbie, Dale lb. 39 t _.
and David Johnson. Shurfresh CHEESE
' About thirty members of the I .
Flagler Meach Garden Club with i l BRIDGE PARTYMr. Palm River SPREADSLI.
their families went to Tomoka and Mrs. Otis Magee entertained
State Park Wednesday for the on Saturday evening lb. Z lb. loafMaster 6ge
Annual Picnic. The Garden Club with three tables of bridge BACON 49 .
culinary artists provided a delicious honoring Mr. and Mrs. Frank .
and festive meal. Schwenk and Theodore Weber, Premium
After the meal, card tables who are leaving next week. Copeland's 12 oz. pkg.BOLOGNA.
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were set up and also boats were I They plan to go to New Hampshire ) BEER
launched so they could pick for a short time before, 49
. their entertainment. Those play leaving on a tour of eleven 6 ctn.9ge J
pak i
ing cards were invited to the European countries. I
Butuex home to continue and Summer flowers and a lace ----- --

...... conclude their games. cover beautified the serving Chase & SanbornCOFFEE Lay's POTATO i

./ SURPRISE BIRTHDAY PARTY were table served and ice with cream birthday and coffee cakes Ib. CHIPS il!
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r surprise birthday party at her days of W. S. Butuex and Clar Twin pak59.e i
home : evening for her ence Shultz. Mrs. Schwenk was
Monday.
Limit one with $5.00 or more food order'
:' husband Jeff. Guests were Rev. presented with a gift. Guests I 'I
t. and Mrs.: Millard Brock, Mr. and were. Mr. and Mrs. Paul Vogel,' Snowdrift 60 count SoflinNAPKINS
:.'.: Mrs. Rufuus Miller and son I I and Mrs. John Kunkle, Mr. and

"'. Joseph, and Mr. and Mrs. Stratton Mrs. Clarence Shultz, Mr. andMrs. Ib: I
t Norcross and Lee Presswood, W. S. Butuex arid the SHORTENING 59 100
; Jr. A special birthday cake was honor guests. IP can pug.

served with coffee and ice creamat I Limit one with $5.00 or more food order
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r, Mr. and :Mrs. Bradford Bowen Sunday school, 9:30 A."M. and HOT DOG I
have left for their summer homein Morning worship service at 10:30A. I ShuEVAPM '
Amherst, New Hampshire and M. All meetings held in heWoman's MILK 10 RELISH ;;
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will return October 1st. While Club building on Central ;

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children in Massachusetts.. Streets. jar 11
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ALL MAKES_ There were thirteen Methodists

Agent For attending the Reception_Sundayin Kraft's PLATES59C '
DeLand for Dr. and Mrs. A.
RCA & PHILCO Tolle. Dr. Tolle is Superintendent 4ge I
of the new DeLand Districtof MAYONNAISE pkg
TUBES & ANTENNAS SOLD t.
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AND INSTALLED
were Inez Crenshaw, :Mrs. Doris Cabots
TUBES TESTED FREE Munro, Mrs. Ray Lehr, Miss 2i/2 can BARTLETT: ,
Dorothy Homans, Misses Flora CHARCOALBRIQUETS
and Emily Gage, Lyman Gage, PEARS 3 for $ 00

TV Bob Mr. and :Mrs. Clarence Shultz, .
Mr. and Mrs. Harry Threadwelland Quart canWELCHADE
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Mrs. Ruth Evans accompaniedby 125 ft. Cutrite
\. her son David, daughter PUNCH 3"
Sarah E. Martel Sharon, and a friend, Donna WAX PAPER ,
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PORK & BEANS
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Mr. and Mrs. Woodrow $ AIR CONDITIONED CANTALOPESFresh
Smith and family from Haw- PEAS 2 r39e, 4 for
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Church Service 11:00 A.!tl. the houseguest of her son-in-law
-.. and daughter Mr. and Mrs. 10 oz. Booth's Breaded Cardinal
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-Dr.- -and Mrs. Allen ,Reynolds j I .Mr.Sand Mrs. M. B. Fuller had I Mr. and Mrs. Don Alford and

i L have had as their houseguests I as their dinner guests Sunday.i(little son of Jacksonville spent \
i the past two weeks his sister, Mr. and MTB. Richard McGee ,the past weekend here visiting
in with Mr. and Mrs. O. F. Alford
Mrs. W. J. Broussard and three who were honeymooning i i
children. Joining them for the Daytona Beach. Mrs. McGee and Mr. and :Mrs. Howard Wray. .

past weekend was her husband, will be remembered as the Miss I,
'\ jLQCALJJ Dr.; Broussard of North Carolina. Eula Jane Hughes of Homerville: Mr. and Mrs. James O. Craig .

She will be remembered as the I Georgia, who has visited here have returned to their home
former Miss Dee De Reynolds with the Fullers on many oc- here after a visit in Jonesboroand

I casions. Sparkman, Arkansas, with
REUNIONMrs. I of Bunnell. j
: Shower Friday. I I jI I While in Florida they. visited I I their parents. .

Afternoon Honors Myrna Loy Robins of Mr. and Mrs. Bill Bowers and I points of interest in St. Augus ...
Ft. Meade, Florida visited here tine, Marineland, and Silver Houseguests of :Mr. and Mrs.; .
i children, :Bill Jr., and Elizabeth,
1 Barbara Babbitt Sunday with her father, Claude of. Baxley, Georgia' visited here Springs. They w dill reside in I Jimmy Kelley, Jr., are his
Cowart and family. This was Augusta, Georgia.Mr. : parents, Mr. and Mrs. Jimmy
rela
Barbara the week with
Bride-elect during past
Honoring their first' meeting in twenty- !t Kelley, Sr.,. of Tennessee.Mrs. .
Babbitt, Mrs. Walter Knight and tives. I I
They were separated .
seven years. i
Mrs. Harry Atkinson entertained -' and she and Mrs. Archie Yates of|I IJ .
when she was an infant I J. J. Glenn of Plant City,
with a shower at the Knight had been trying to locate him Joseph S. Jarosz, son of Mr.J Missouri spent several days during 1'[visited here Thursday with her

home Haw Creek, Friday after- for a number of years. and :Mrs. John Jarosz of Bunnell, the past weekend in Flagler I father, A. G. Bradley who is ill

noon. :Miss Babbitt will become She was accompanied here by was recently elected and installed ,Beach. They also visited on,the i at his home in Espanola.
the bride of Judson Stryker in as president of the Lions West Coast of Florida during
her husband and three children.It I I
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a ceremony Sunday afternoon, reunion for the Club of Dearborn, Michigan.Mr. their vacation. Mr. Yates was Mr. and Mrs. Tyrus Cobb and
July 16 in the First Baptist Cowart was a family happy and they plan : Jarosz, who is an advertis-I employed here with the old j children of Washington, D. c.,

Church of Flagler Beach.A more reunions with all ing executive there, has been I Bunnell State Bank 'during the'and his mother, Mrs. John Cobb
many active in the Lions Club workin 20's and he spent part of the I
color scheme of pink and members of the family being of Macon, Georgia, visited here
white was used and the honoreewas present. Dearborn for many years. I time, visiting with friends in 'I Thursday with Mrs. Hoke Cobb' '
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Bunnell. and Dalton Cobb.Continued .
presented with a corsage
Mr. and Mrs. W. W. Deen I II .
of sweetheart roses. Mrs. Arthur PHILIP, EDWARD DOMPEMr. I
'D_I...'"I.. _....."'...... ,.. the. },7'I..t ft. have as their house guests her j i Mr.. and Mrs. Bion Matherlv. I ( on page 8) .
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was given a corsage of and Mrs.. Al Dompe, Jr., parents, :Mr. and Mrs. S. H.\and daughter, Elizabeth, visited *

pink and white carnations.The of Gainesville announce the arrival Cameron of Belvedere, S. C. They in Buffalo, Ky., with his parents. I BRANNAM'S
j of a six pound 11 "ounce were accompanied here by their Mr. Matherly returned home Health Studio & Gym
refreshment table was son born Sunday, June 25. He grand daughter, ,Delores Deen, Thursday and Mrs. Matherly and
overlaid with a handsome linen has been given the name of who had spent two weeks visit Beth went to Milwaukee, Wis., Passive exercise, 'Steam/ bath

cutwork cloth, and centered Philip Edward.He J' ing with them in Belevedere. to visit with her brother in law! Weight gaining or reducing-

with a cutlass punch bowl. is the grandson of Mr. and and sister, Mr. and Mrs. O. C.I I Body building & conditioningMale

Pink carnations and fern was Mrs. Philip: Johnson; of Bunnell. Attending a O.E.S.. school of Lucht, and'Kevin.. Mrs. Lucht I and Female Open
arranged around the bowl. On Mr. and Mrs. George Geibert of instruction in Daytona Beach will be remembered as the'
I evenings. ID 7.3633
the buffet was an arrangementof Jacksonville spent the past ;Sunday afternoon were Mr. and former Miss Irene King of Bun I

pink ,sweetheart roses. and weekend here with her sister, Mrs. Frank Mercer, Mrs. Alice.nell. Bunnell Florida

baby breath in a silver bowl. Mrs. Wilda Cobb. They were Lovell, Mrs. Tom Diamond and II I i

Pink tapers in silver ,holders accompanied home by their son Mrs. O. B. Green. Mr. and Mrs. T. E. Holden I THE OUTBOARDER

completed the setting. Holland, who, had visited here In New Smyrna ,Beach Monday 'I;have returned to their home
t tI
I the past week with his cousin, evening to attend the official : here after a visit in Elizabeth- Authorized Evinrude Dealer
Contests were enjoyed and
Kent Holland. visit of the Grand Matron I I ton, Tenn., with, Mr. and. Mrs.I I Ii BOATS ACCESSORIES REPAIRS
prizes .were awarded to Mrs.
Dockage Storage Free Ramp
were Mr. and Mrs. O. B. Green, i Julian.Caudill. I
Patsy Davis and Mrs. H. V. WE FINANCE
Friends of Paul Forsythe of Mrs. Martha Mercer, Mrs. Wanda
Peavy. Twenty invited guests 825
Palatka will regret to know he Mercer and Mrs. Rita Diamond.A. Mrs. Hattie Kendall of Shelby- f Ballough RdDaytonaMQODY'S
enjoyed the afternoon with the
suffered a severe heart attack ville, Ind., is spending two weeks
honoree and hostesses. Among
has
there Monday morning and is G. Bradley returned to here. with Mr. and Mrs. John
them were Barbara's Mother and I'
receiving treatment a t the his home in Espanola Thursdayafter Kendall and family. She also Floral ServiceR.
her sister, Betty Johnson, Mrs. .
Glendale Hospital there. He receiving medical treat I spent, two days with Mrs. W. E.
J. P. Stryker, mother of the
t formerly resided here and is the ment at the University Medical Kudrna and visited with other I II MOODY-Ph. ID 7-3240
bridegroom, and also his sister,
son of Mrs Jessie Muzyka of: Center in Gainesville several I friends. She is a former resi1 Service Reasonable Prices.
Judy 'Stryker.
Bunnell. weeks. dent of Flagler County. I
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I :PAGE SIX THE FLAGLER TRIBUNE, BUNNELL, FLORIDA Thursday, June 29, '1961

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" SECOND HALF July 17Flagler- lIN I TilE COUNTY JUDGE'S;' COURTIN .1
I AND FOR FLAGLER COUN-
I -- I SCHEDULEJune Clinic-Flagler. Beach TY. FLORIDA IN 1'ROBATE.
,. / : Harris-Wadsworth .. I CASE NO. 576. I
26Flagler .' IN RE Estate of J
I July 20- :: '
ANNA SAFARI. ;
Clinic-Flagler BeachWadsworthHarris Wadsworth-Flagler Clinic Deceased.
I Flagler Beach:"" Harris r" NOTICE OF FILING PETITION ',
:' i June 29Flagler FOR FINAL DISCHARGE OF t tI
Clinic-Wadsworth July 24Flagler- EXECUTRIX f
Flagler BeachHarrisJuly Beach-Wadsworth I NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN '
I Harris-Flagler' Clinic that I have filed my Final Returns
By Leslie Paehe' 2WadsworthFlagler- as Executrix of the estate of'ANNA -
Beach July 27WadsworthHarris- x I SAFARIK. deceased, ; that I
I have filed my petition for distribution -
WADSWORTH WINS BERTHA SETS NEW Harris-Flagler Clinic and for final discharge, and
SEVENTH STRAIGHTWadsworth I STRIKEOUT RECORD July 6- .Flagler Clinic-Flagler Beach I that on July 26th. 1961 I will apply -
I July 31Flagler- to the Honorable T. K. Mc- I
Big Sammy Bertha sent 10 HarrisWadsworthFlagler
Knight. County Judge of Flagler I
Lumber Co. scored 'Firemen to the behch swinging.This Beach-Flagler Clinic Clinic-Wadsworth !County. Florida for approval, of ;
t 7 big runs in the 'bottom of the was two innings. The Flagler Beach-Harris )1 I said final returns and for an order j
third to win their seventh I July 10Flagler- **"""" I of distribution and for final dis-
Clinic scored 5 big runs in the 11
straight win and finished the Beach-Harris August 3- | charge aa Executrix 'of the will
first inning Jerry Cauley hada I ANNA SAFARI. deceased.
t Flagler ClinicWadsworthJuly Harris-Flagler Clinic I lot .
first half with a 9.1 record long triple for the Beach. Gene I June 26th 1961.ANTOINETTE. I
Wadsworth-Flagler Beach
Jerald Shatz had.a long triplein .13- 1 SLOVAK
had double. This
Durrance a
the third,to bat in three runs. Harris-Flagler Clinic The first team listed will be I First publication: June 29th 1961.
gave the Clinic a tie for first I {June '29 & July 6-13-0-4tc t
Harris team looked good in the place in the second half. Wadsworth-Flagler. Beach the home team.
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early innings but Preacher Pin-
ner lost control and walked 3 'iremen ... Ab R H

and an error broke up the game.H. Wilson 211 I
Wells had a long double. Seale 221 WEEKENDEXODUS
Smiling Jimmy ..Ward had a Spivey 210 ,
homer. Jimmy sprained his Martel 210
ankle sliding into home plate Stryker 100

and will miss one or'two games. Johnson Durrance :* '- -. 301 200 NCI Ts 3 ) \ y n II I II

Harris Ab R H Peterson ?'-" 200 .1.

Burnsed, J. 311 Kelly ; 200 :
McGriff 301 : I i I
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D: Metts 3 0 0King' ",?" '
Clinic Ab R H
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200 I
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Kuleski 311
Pinner 201Canakaris
Deen 210
? 200 II Whitaker 321
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Wells 1
,21 G. Cauley v 3 0 0
'Ross' ,. 201' Cook 201
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4 -1 J. Cauley. 311
1 < : ; 236. Nipper 321 .

: :Lumber ,Cot v 1..."Ab' It H I Bertha .'000 !;;/ : I II'

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", D. Burnsed 21 0 218 6 #
Rodgers 200 I
Wall 'S. 200 i
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J. I. Sheffield 2, 1; '1 I' / Ld4 .1
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T. Durrance 2 '1 O. WADSWORTHBATS a 1 1r

'Cummins.,' B; .. 0 1 0'' RUMBLE
'Hull 110 Wadsworth Lumber Co. open- I : !

J. Schatz-.. 111 ed up the second half' with a }
Hutchenson 100 17-7 win over the Harris Appli- $
Mercer 110 ance. The Lumber Co. bats were i 11

booming with 'the most hits collected -,
i y 1472 in one game this season, pj ; j
12. The win ran their streak to .
R H eight in a: row, and a tie for 1
Harris .' 0 1, 0 0 2 3.6 first place in the second half. .

Lumber Co. 0070x72, The game produced some ,nice I
long 'hits. Doubles were hit by

Sheffield, D. Burnsed, Pinner,
BIG SAMMY SETS NEW and Ward. Triples by T..Dur- i'f
STRIKEOUT RECORD rance and :McGriff.

ApplianceAb R H
Bertha struck out
Big Sammy J. Burnsed 300
nine Firemen to run his strike- McGriff 311
out to 44 and a new record. Frailey. 200
Sammy gave up only two hits Ward 101 ,
for the night and the Clinic Metts 210 ,
finished the first half with a King 110 Jb1 I
6-4 record. The Firemen finished Pinner Ill
the season with a 4.6 record. Canakaris 210 QW :

Gene singe had a long double Wells 110 ''N N."l .<;;.7 Ii
and a for the night. Westbrook 010 .
Ross 100
Clinic Ab R H
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Kuleskl Deen. 2 311Whitaker 010 2'O .Lumber Co.-'.'- '. ,,Ab 1773 R H : .

G. Cauley 312.J. D. Burnsed. 321 "

., Cauley 1 0 0 Rodger v .322 k A+
c.' Cummins 3 0 1 0 Wall 321 "l eL4'tq

Nipper 2 0 Sheffield 3. 2 2 .

Todd Bertha 200 2 0.1 Hull Durrance v'. ,.' '. -:. 321 421'' ,


., Cummins ., 322 .
185 5 Hutchenson 111 ,

Firemen, Ab It H Schatz Mercer-.., 110 110 ". ..There met him out of the tombs a man uitb an unclean

Grover ,- w3'- 0 0 'spirit. And the unclean spirits went out."-Mark 5:2t J3IT
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Seale 2 0 ,1 25 17 12
Kelly. 1 0 0 -
Hilsenbeck 3 ;iO 0Peterson' a
1 ,0 0 '
is recorded in the quotationsabove
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... Johnson : 000 RCA VICTOR
E. Durrance 2 0 0 .(read all of Sc. Mark S)
Littlefield 3 0 0 LIVING COLOR TV how. Jesus reached into the 'distracted ,
A. Spivey 3 1 1 "LOOK FOR THE PICTURE ,
de
i heart of
IN THE WINDOW" mind and a

:'1812 I Southern Radio & Television dented person and gave him peace. )
226 E. Granada-Ph. OR 7-2001
ORMOND much has been
Firemen0001012' In recent' years

Clinic1 4 0 0 x ,5 51 done about the problem of polio? ,

I NOTICE AND CALI/ OF MEETINGTO cancer and other physical dis ses. '

WADSWORTH AND CLINIC, ELECT OF SUPERVISORS ONE MEMBER FOR OFBOARD But until recently, very little about h ,,

MEET. IN FIRST GAME TONIHT j lUMINI DRAINAGE DISTRICT. mental illnrK.v; .

Big Sammy Bertha and Gale i Notice la hereby given that a spe- world mental ill '
:Mercer will tangle in, a game cial meeting: of the owners of land In our modern
second half. II situated in the Bimini Drainage is steadily-due, in .
for first place in the District in Flagler County Florida. cess increasing
t I'
Gale has a record of 8 straight is hereby called to be held in the great parr, to the greater tensions I
I wins and a 10-1 record. Sammyhas Commissioner's Room of the Flag-
ler; County Courthouse Bunnell of modem living. ,
7.4 record. who ;
a Sammy (
Florida on the 11th day of July.
has seta new !'strikeout record' A. D. 1961. at 3 o'clock P. iL. for Christian healing is controversial f
is leading the league with 54 the purpose of electing one member ,
strikeouts. Sammy also holds of the Board of Supervisors for subject among the denominations .. ,
the term ofthree years and for '
the record of striking out 7 in the purpose of electing a, Super- There an be no doubt, however ,
a' row in one game. visor to fill the. vacancy caused by that the and calm
strength
the death of H. S. ,Cobb. and to attend peace
t i Gale Mercer also has set a to such other business per- Inspiration that an be found in .
record of two shutouts so far; taining to the district that may. t : '.
J Fans can ,look for a good game. come before the meeting. Christianity, can aid those who are .. ..,.

The second game will find Harris acre At of such land election in the each said and District every mentally distressed. ,jf,..
and the Beach. Saturday shall be entitled to one vote in per- 'a:'.' y'
night Wadsworth Lumber* Co. son or by proxy in writing duly', Part of the healing Is beyond. the. '. ,

I meet one of .the fastest Softball signed him for in each said District.acre of land Guardiansmay ownedby power of nun. :::': '
: teams from Ormond. This game represent their wards. Execu- ;
'. will start at 730. tors and administrators may represent -
.. the estates of deceased per- .
,
sons and private corporations may "
be represented by their officers or
duly, authorized agents.
BACHELOR NIGHT MONDAY "It 'Is ordered that this notice be F Read your Hilt dally
Big Sammy' Bertha will be published each week for two consecutive -
,
weeks In The Flagler andOOTO
honored with a Bachelor Night bune. a newspaper published Trl-I .
Monday. Sammy will be, itch.fn Flagler County. Florida. I CMtlBCHA'
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I {'. .. I of the Democratic Party, the final success or failure'of our
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I Flagler Beach Mrs. Ivey Named I I major responsibility for carryingout I cause." ,

. ,:. 1 RecreationCenter To "Operation this program has been given I 1
,:'" to them; however, it is 'a pro- CARD OF THANKS '
:Miss, Virginia Wadsworth ar gram for all Democrats.J I wish ,I could thank every-

rived last week to spend some ; News Support" GroupMrs. Mrs.: Maxwell said, "I hope body personally for the cards,

I 4 I time here at the home of her E.i i Ed Gary was champion "In the Edwin Ivey of Cocoa, the Democrats of Florida will letters; gifts and flowers I have

: parents. Mr. _and Mrs. L. Ping-Pong tournament held this Florida has been named Vice make a success of "Operation received while I have been ill.

I .Wadsworth. She has been 'attending week at the Flagler Beach Recreation Chairman of the 5th Congres. Support," as the President said Especially do I want to thank

j I the University at'i Center; Tess Massie, director sional District for "Operation in his Inaugural Address: "In you for the prayers. Hope you

Boulder, Colorado. t announced today. .. Support" by Mrs, Christine Maxwell your hands, my fellow citizens I I will continue praying for me.

I She also announced a checker State Chairman for "Oper- more than in mine, will rest the. Sincerely

Mr. and Mrs. P. A. Edmonson tournament is now in progressat j. ation Support." I! Ellamae Cauley

Tlynn and Faye, have returned I the center. More than 400 1 I RESOLUTION
_'; '.Srom a short vacation at St. 1 children have signed in for the I I I The objective of the program I WHEREAS, in the wise CARD OF THANKSWe

Augustine Beach. They also second week's activities at the I, is to, stimulate widespread graSs-I providence of God, our brother would like to express our
spent two days in Atlanta, Ga., I center. roots, public Rotarian and friend Hoke S. Cobb deepest gratitude to all our

visiting with relatives. tt. held support of President, Kennedy's has been called into an infinitely thoughtful friends for their
last
r The first Teen Dance
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I legislative program. His .goals I higher brotherhood'an'd fel many expressions of kindness,
week had 'a total of 150 teen-
t. :Mrs. Allen Reynolds has attending. About 50 at- and programs express principals lowship, andWHEREAS the letters, cards, telephone calls, \
agers has
which the Democratic
turned to their home in Party he loyal, flowers and the
re-I was a prayers during
i' tended the, Pre-Teen dance that
advocated. The first
Beach after spending ten long stepto faithful, and devoted charter i illness and death of our loved
dances
included novelty ,
N visiting in New Iberia, La., with I and many marches. winning support for the President's member of ,the Rotary Club of 1 Hoke Cobb.
games lone
:; her mother, Mrs. Lambert and I specific legislative proposals Bunnell, andWHEREAS !i Wilda 'Cobb

her sister, Mrs. Jack Reynolds. L.- is to achieve widespread I I he served diligently Dalton Cobb j

., I understanding of them why I! as a member of the Board -- .
i: Mr. and Mrs. Hubert Smedley IwANT To PLACE they are needed and what they I:of Directors of the Club, doing FREE PAINT

::.: and children, Sally and Clay of NEWSPAPER AoSA will do for the- welfare of our all things well, and living a life I
I 'ING 0y0uN6- I I people Out of this understanding I One extra gallon of your choice
Alabama spending
j' Jones, are = which exemplified the true spirit
I I.,, this'week here tale guests of her MAN WANTED".. t( will come support from the I and high ideals of Rotary, and with each gallon you buy

parents, Mr. and Mrs. O. D. people which will help to bring WHEREAS, his presence, I Mary Carter Paint Store

Robertson. action by the Congress. friendship, example, and devot-
Also \Votcate Shoo pine: Outer .
Other guests of the Robertsons Recognizing that women are ed talents will be sorely missed I

# are their daughter, Mrs. Robert an intregal part of the strength by our Club and Community,

Smedley and children, Dick, 0 CLASSIFIEDI
andWHEREAS ,
John, and Gwen, of, Laural, Md., it is the desire of

who;>> will spend two weeks here. the Rotary Club of Bunnell to
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express its deep appreciation for

'Mrs. Raymond Bradley 0 f I RER the life and service of Hoke S. ,
under this heading: are
Hampton, Va., and Mrs. J. D. Rug Cobb, and to convey our sincer- 3 cent per word each Insertion,
Seymore of Newbern, S. C., are est smpathy and condolences to 75. cents Im minimum charge ;

spending some time with their: I SAY,THIS IS o his Rotary Ann Wilda, and to FOR RENT-Furnished one bedroom 'I

parents, Mr. and Mrs. A. G. FAST SERVICE/' % the other members of his family house $50.00. Also furnished

Bradley in Espanola. Mr. Brad during their time of sorow, I one bedroom apartment $30.

ley is ill at his home here. tl BE IT THEREFORE RESOLVED, Mrs. H. F. Wray. 6.29.2tc

that this resolution be adoptedas
FOR SALE-refrigerator Cocoa
Mr. and Mrs Dave a Cowan and Prompt Service an official act of the Rotary
Cola chest cooler air
children of Orlando spent Sunday US Club of Bunnell, and that it be compressor,
PLACE YOUR ORDER WITH wrecker winch and ratchet
here.visiting with relatives. spread 'upon the 'minutes of the I
chain hoist. IDlewood 73664. #
They were acompanied by her TribunePhone club, and copies sent to Rotary
The Flagler 6-29-ltp
grandmother, Mrs. Maude Holland Ann Wilda and to The Flagler %

who ,will visit with them IDlewood 7-3282 Tribune for publication. FOR RENT-one furnished a- f

this week. I Louis Steflik, President. partment, call Harris Appliance |'

... .BunnelL Florida Howard Taylor, Secretary and Gas Co., ID 73367. i
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SAVINGS UP TO 25% :
'minister .from Saluda, N.. C., :. Bargain Month continues thru .
vacationing here, willdeliver June 30th
. the during the worship ..u.., ...... ."... ..
message .w.- I New Baldwin Pianos & Organs j.

service at the Baptist Church THOMPSON MUSIC CO. V

next Sunday morning. The pub- ... ... ..:(0..... : 134 Volusia Ave. Daytona Beach a
lic is invited"to come and 'hear. \' CL 2.8215
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t. him. I SweetestTrades Open weekdays 9.5 Sat to Noon :
'Two weeks of Daily Vacation 61 .GALAXIE TOWN VICTORIA.The true Cash In on 6.15.3tc I
"' Bible School was climaxed Wh.hJ. luxury car of the low-price fieldwith our'\ .
=. Thunderbird and comfort. new low Galaxle -0--
-inspired elegance ;
;. the commencement program _at 1 FOR SALE-2 bedroom tile bath
.- the Church 'on Friday evening .A trend-setter.if.there ever was one!,. prices now! and builtin kitchen equipment,

, and also an all-day picinc: at 15 x 20 ft. brick patio, Florida
s Alexander Saturday. ,. 'V. room, oil ducted heat. Separate
Springs on
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The crafts that were taught in ..': ..:::::::' .:::: :::::::: ".: ',' entrance to fully modern 1 bed- .
, the school were displayed:- .. 'do".. v .... .... '. room apt. over 2-car garage with

ing the program. Mrs. Ethel ,. laundry facilities on 100 x 150 ft. ,
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Rumill was principal' .and had 8. I I61 in F\f lot. Excellent water. See owner,

.' 'charge of the necessary ar A. Ross, 15th & Daytona Ave., :,

. rangements. Highlights of the FALCON TUDOR. A Falcon with)tand- Flagler Beach. 6.8.4tp h

day Saturday were swimming, ard transmission averaged 32.& mpg in America's !( I'. FOR RENT-Unfurnished large. II
f the 1961 Town
; :games and picnic dinner. Mobilgos-Economy Run-highest lowest-priced* 2-bedroom garage apartmenta
4- in
gas mileage by a or 8-cytinder car
t t' ",. The- YWA Girls are to It hold'food a the Run's 25-year history. 6-passenger sedan! .. ,. Call HE 9.2318, or see Zeke
c.t sale by the Flagler Beach 11 .".. Chaflee.
: t' .aos.d on a comporbon ofmonulacfunn' .# 11-17-tf
:Post Office next Saturday morn- svypabd II ":Ca ,
t' ing They have also scheduleda I t '. "w alert d.linNd pi" C: Iif SEPTIC TANK-cleaning reason- I'Y
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A= ... ceremony next Sunday eve- ::.:", :; :f.. I I -:.m.. ""':, .... able rates. George Jarosz, Phone
ning at 6:30 at the .Ch rch.* in _lilt -.,. ID 7.3410 3.2 to 8-24-tp

which they will present a white .-1. ,,- ; ; ,
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-t' 8 i.humdinger .. .. FOR RENT r
furnished
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\ Bible to bride-elect .- --.-- '< J
off :C" : bath
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one house Daytona Ave.,
5 Babbitt. ..
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Family Night was observed buy buzzfn Flagler Beach. Completely ren- ,
in our ovated. $65.00 per month. Keys
Monday night with a supper in t. your way : j
can be picked up at Sullivan's ,

.. the,the basement' Brotherhood and the, WMU meetingsof .and' l Kml Dealers Bee Gulf Station. Nov 10-tf .

Sunbeams followed. Swapping FOR RENT on the ocean 1 and ,

,; A social Saturday evening following 2 bedroom apartments completely I I

Choir' practice was held furnished, utilities included. } i iI

by choir members-in the Church STOP' SWAP SAVE Sensible rate day, week, month, f
basement. It surprised and I Sedans Convertibles I or permanent. Sun Sea Motel :

honored Barbara Babbitt and[ spending money on .now for a '61 Ford. 'with the car that's Wagons-pick your honey and formerly Flagler: Manor).- ,
.- r'a old -Sates Beautifully Built save real money during our FordDealers'
who to be your ate.
are Defilerd ,
t: Judson Stryker .your Fsre to Take Care of SWAPPING BEE! Special 9-15-tf
married on July 16th. Refresh I in a, position to pay ,Itself. A '61 Ford low prices ..' king-sized t I
and the top dollar for your oea 30,000 miles
served
: ments were trade-in. between Jubricatra d. allowances easiestterms
honorees were presented with tions, 4,000 miles possible. For savings that JOHNSTON'S
silverware. Judson was presented F.DJLT. between oil are bee-yond bee-lief, buzz on in FLAGLER BEACH REALTY CO. ,

3 with a pulpit edition hymnal changes to your Ford Dealer's during his LOTS HOMES, OCEAN FRONT

-'- for his graduation gift. >. BEE, AT YOUR .FORD DEALER'S SWAPPING BEE TODAY! price-bustin SWAPPING BEE. WATER FRONT, FARMS,

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:Mr and Mrs. Tom' Philips t' ..' See us for your real estate needs

a; from Conley, Georgia are spending "' ;. Office Phone HE 9-2242
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, Know Area Code Moore said. Area codes if known Revised Program to 1 j'II time,. the Florida Cattlemen's(tagging, blood testing and vac-
and also given to the operator ![Association has agreed, a com- i cination will continue on a year- Ii Iii

: \ When Phoning will further speed up the call, Eradicate Brucellosis i j plete i eradication program will to-year basis in other countles-
he said. i be undertaken in- those counties until their infection percentagehas I

.Distance Bunnell and Flagler 'Beach In Cattle Is I l where infection 2 per cent or been reduced to the 2 per
Long Proposed
I I subscribers may help speed j less in slaughter testing. Back I cent or less level. I

A number known as an "area their calls along by following Details for the operation of. a | -

code" can get your long distance this procedure. Here is how this revised program aimed at event
ual eradication of brucellosis AREA BUSINESS DIRECTORY 1 1AIR
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calls started faster now, information might Abe given... to
( disease in a's
call Bang's ) flori
! according to Buck Moore, South the operator: "I wish to _
beef cattle' herds submitted
was -
The code is 311
ern Bell district manager.' Anytown. area ; CONDITIONING-HEATING .FUEL OILKING'S
rt to Com. of Agriculture Doye Con
the telephone number is KL -
ner's livestock technical advisory '. FLORIDA AIRCONDITIONING I I
:The area code is the three- 52368. TRUCK STOP
committee at its regular CO.
I digit number used to identify Moore also suggested that monthly meeting held yesterday Of Dayton, Inc. PHILLIPS 66 GAS & OILS

"I specific calling areas in the area codes for out-of-town numberS (Wednesday) in Clewiston. AIR CONDITIONING-HEATING I J. L. IRWIN. Prop.

, United States and Canada. When be kept jiear the phone; "Procedures for this program, GENERAL- SHEET METAL (I.I.LubrlcationTiresBatterles

I the telephone ,company designedIts 1 J those for many cities are listedin as reported to me," said Conner, "We're Proud of Our Work" !Fuel Oil, Kerosene, Tractor Fuel
to .enable telephone II 330 OR 7-6120 I -
system Walker. Holly Hill
I the front of di
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pages your "are designed to relieve beef U.S. 1 N. Bunnell ID 7-3678
users to dial their own long distance I III I
rectory. "And give your area AUTO SERVICEMcDANIEL'S
cattle in 37 and
! calls, no two"telephone. code of-town callers owners range -j I
t .. to out- so semi-range counties of any expense GARDEN SHOPGray's
if II
numbers could be the same
they can reach you faster next or effort required to de- I Garden Center
the new system was to work, he :
time, he said. Service Station
said termine what percentage of" infection I I Headquarters for' Gardening? Need
i I may exist in their ani I STANDARD OIL PRODUCTS Ceramics. Gifts Dry Arrangement

To 'avoid duplication of tele FREEDOM THREAT IN mals. That ,information is essential Tires-Batteries-Minor Repairs I I Annuals Shrubbery Materials Fertilizers

Ii phone numbers, the area code GOVERNMENT CONTROLS of course, before a start I Bunnell ID 7.7119Biddle TORO LAWN MOWERS

I plan was devised. The countrywas Over 1,200 University of Florida can be made in Florida on act- 147 Tomoka Avenue-Ph. OR 7-051'
divided into areas and a graduates were told by Sen. ual eradication of the disease." Gulf ServiceGASOILLUBRICATION ORMOND

code assigned to each ,one. The George Smathers that concentra' i The new procedures covers I HARDWARE

code for Bunnell and Flagler tion of power in the central gov- back tagging of market cattle GULF TIRES & BATTERIESOpen I
Beach is 305. ernment to meet the problem of and blood testing at time of j[THAT FAMOUS PAINT
communism was a threat to slaughter. Designed to become 7 A.1L-10 P.M.-7 Days
The combination of the code State&Lambert US 1-ID 7-7190 Exclusively at
and the subscriber's telephone American freedom as we knowIt. effective immediately, it is the. I I
result of joint State i FLAGLER BEACH
number makes each telephone '' planning by Colonial Service StationEARL ;1J'
i Sen. Smathers who received and Federal livestock regulatory "'L1WwHARDWARE
number different; E. RIGS ProprietorGASOILLUBRICATION
I an honorary doctor of civil law officials with- representatives of I I
I Beach HE 9-2103
\ Most telephone users have I during ceremonies. said the Florida Cattlemenls: Association.As' MOTOR TUNE-UP Flagler

learned their, calls go through current fear of "too much ''fre "- outlined by Dr. C. L. Camp- GOODYEAR TIRES & BATTERIES I

faster if they give the operatorthe dom? of,speech and information" I bell, director of FDA's Divisionof U.S. HIWAY 1 BUNNELL I IED'S ,I Village Hardware Center
out-of-town number becauseit could turn us into the totalita- Animal Husbandry, the plan HOUSE PAINTS

eliminates, a separate call to rian monster which we are fight- will involve only adult breeding I Match and mix any color

information in the distant city, ing. cattle. This classification modi- PURE OIL STATION ,1 Builder's Supplies Kitchenware

fies an earlier proposal which Specializing in Wash & Waxing 1 GIFTS GREETING CARDS
included other groups. The planis Batteries-Accessories 'I AlA Ormond Beach CL 20420I

divided into two phases: MINOR REPAIRsu. I

1 Back tagging at auction I JEWELER
s. Hwy. 1-Dunnell-ID 7-3138 I
I markets by state employees now
working there on tick-and screw- BAR AND PACKAGE STOREBAMBOO I BRENNAN Jewelers

worm inspections Diamonds-Diamond Setting
PENNWEST'Conversion 2 Blood sampling of taggged Fine Jewelry and Gifts
BAR & COCKTAIL
animals and animals shipped Hamilton, Bulova, Benrus

direct, to slaughter, at time of LOUNGE Watches
DANCING FRIDAY & SATURDAY}I Watches -Jewelry-Clocks Repaired
I slaughter, by State and Federal
FROM 9 I|,,60 E. Granada-Ormond-OR 7-6056
employees now working in pack- SUNDAY FROM 6 P.M. 1

ing plants on meat inspection.If Ocean Blvd A1A Flagler Beach I I FURNITURE
I approved and recommendedto -
Special l Conner by his advisory MILLAND BAR AND !I Ormond Bedding and

committee the new plan will be COCKTAIL LOUNGEEddie I Furniture Co.
put into effect gradually. Tagging I Substantial Discounts on AllBEDSSOFASFURNITURE
& Mary Shultz. Props. I
As a get acquainted offer during our will be started'first at a PACKAGE GOODS 1 I I $10 Tradeln Covers Down Payment
few auction markets. However, R. S. ROBENBERRY Owner
9 a.m.-2 a.m-Sun. 1 p.m. 2 a.m. I
arrangements will be made to Ocean Blvd .Flakier DeachBETH'S I II 68 Granada, Ormond Deb. OR 7-6411
conversion from
supply tags to any ranchers who !
wish to do their own tagging. SEASIDE MOTOR, COURTSTREETER'S

': Blood sampling of tagged ani- I BAR & GRILL COURT

mals will be done as they arrive -'I FOR FINEFOOD
: :: Speedwayto at any approved slaughter AND DREAKFAST-LUNCHES COFFEE SHOP '

S establishment, but sampling ,of 3 mi. N. of Flagler on AlA COLD DRINKS-HOT COFFEE
cattle, shipped direct from ranchto OVERNIGHT KITCIIF.NETTESDAYWEEKMONTII
Open 7 A.M -11 P.M.
to : slaughter will be Initiated
first at packing plants in the BUILDING SUPPLIES HWY A1A-FLAGLER BEACH

Tampa area.According. ,

to Dr. John B. Healy, WICKLINE I I PAINTS

PENN-WEST federal veterinarian in charge in Building Supplies
Florida 1 JERRY'S PAINT M'ARTPITISBURGH '
the calf vaccination. pro-
CEMENT CEMENT BLOCKS
gram, resumed in March aftera r
S lapse of 20 months has been STEEL Paints-Finishes

moving ahead rapidly. Under it Flagler Beach HE 9.2254 I I Paint Sundries-Wallpaper
\ the Federal Government pays 38 W. Granada-Ormond

.', .I veterinary practitioners on a fee BOTTLE GASHARRIS i I ORange 7-0701
WE ARE GIVING 50 EXTRAS basis for administering vaccine BOTTLE GASBOTTLE '
which is paid for by the state. ROOFER
or BULK
Results of the new taggingand EDGEMON ROOFING CO.
& H GREEN STAMPS FLAGLER COUNTY'S ONLY
testing program will be reviewed Manufacturers of
HOME OWNED GAS COMPANY I
late in 1964. At that Cement Tile RoofingALL
... PHONE ID 7-3551 TYPES OF ROOFINGFast
Help 'Flagler County Grow
Dependable Service
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following resolution was ORange 75177. 7-1793
CONCRETE
adopted by the Board of Direc- PRODUCTS

: 50 EXTRA tors of Florida Plants Inc. Your "Q" For ConcreteDial RESTAURANT
Be it Resolved, That it is with
CL 3-8113 SUE-Z--Q RESTAURANT
the deepest regret that ,we have
S & H GREEN STAMPS received the word of the deathof DAYTONA BEACHQuillian's Lunches-Dinners-Sandwiches

our fellow director and mem- OPEN 24 HOURS DAILY
\ Concrete Inc.
ber, Hoke S. Cobb on June 5, 152 W Granada-Ormond Beach
WITH THIS COUPON AND ANY 1961. We will always be reminded Open 6 M.-ll P.M. at
CLEANERS I
of his interest in the 146 S. Atlantic--Ormond
PURCHASE OF GASOLINE.AT
progress of Agriculture and of BUNNELL CLEANERS I

this Company and the good fellowship RIGHT ON THE BEACHShrimpSteakChopsCh1cken
PENN-WEST SERVICE STATION that we have enjoyed WE GIVE TV STAMPS

)t with him over the years. Open Dally S to 6, Sandwiches and Shakes
: AlA FLAGLER BEACH I The Board ,extends its heart- Phone ID 7-3188 Sandwiches and Pies

felt'sympathy to Mrs. Cobb and 115 N. Bay St. -, Bunnell BREAKFAST ANYTIME i
, other members of..his family.Be Ocean Spray Restaurant,,
Joe Gordon, Dealer It Further Resolved, Thata DRUG STORES I AlA 1 Mile South of Pier

copy of this resolution be ,

. I spread on the minutes of this Moody's Pharmacy 1 Used Furniture-Upholstery

This offer good until July 31, 1961 but offer in thisadvertisementisTgood organization, that a copy be Flagler County's Corner Drug store JOE WELLBORN
. iT v- .. sent to ,Mrs. Cobb, and that this .
i. ;;: : only once per vehicle. resolution be published in thenewspapers .. PRESCRIPTIONS Furniture & UpholsteryGOOD
DRUCiS-SUNDRIES USED FURNITURENew
;: > /" serving our locality.
., The Board of Directorsof FOUNTAIN SERVICE I: Bedding-Mattress Renovating

Florida Planters, Inc. Bunnell Flo. Phone ID 7.3661 Furniture Upholstering- Trade*
.094 Flemish Holly Hill-CL. 3-2275
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.". facts for, Homemaker I'1!may be off center, slightly flattened i iI 1 1o

and have definite
may Air eonditionini extra-cost option that lives you fingertip temperature control Try itYOU'LL .
.... u.s. EGG GRADES I but not serious defects. Its air I .

r To enable to select cell must be no more than 3/8 -
._ you eggs i
'I .t. *of the quality you wish to buy, I inch in depth and may show I FIND JUST THE CARYOUVE

: .- most of the eggs sold at retail' some movement. Requirementsthat ;
'for an egg must meet for the I
are graded quality. -

For wise buying, it is a good "C" designation are lower ,than GOT IN MIND; : I

I- idea to understand what each those for grade B.
Eggs graded under the Federal

,grade Most means.'grading is done accord- -State by grading USDA's program Agricultural, conducted AT YOUR CHEW DEALER'SONESTOP I Ir

s ing to standards developed by Marketing Service, may be
a the U.S. Department of Agricul identified with the shield shapedU. .

i ture The specific quality required .S. Grade mark. TheFederal- SHOPPING CENTER

for each grade-AA, A, operates" I
.state near
I program /
B, or C-is defined by these I .
standards.In ly all states. I Thirty-one models to pick and choose from! Jet-smooth Chevrolets, fleet-footed '

determining the quality of FACTS FOR HOMEMAKERS 'I l __ ,_ Corvairs, the one-of-its-kind Corvette-just name your pleasure. Then stop in

an egg, the grader puts each for a pleasant visit with your Chevrolet dealer. For full-sized fun, take,a look at ,
egg to its own rigid test. Under For something out, of the or- .
a, candling light, he examines dinary backyard barbecues, try Chevy's budget-lovin' Biscaynes, ever-popular Bel Airs and always-elegant :

the condition of its white and I'I,one or both of the following Impalas. (A tip for top-downers: The Impala Convertible is-the liveliest, love- '.

yolk, size and condition of its recipes: liest ever.) For king-sized wagon fans there are six,happy-hauling, -'

air cell. and soundness and SKEWERED SHRIMP
vacation-minded Chevrolet wagons. And, for a thrift-car treat, 2.
cleanliness of its shell. Color of
two of jumbo
Buy pounds don't miss the selection of Corvairs sedans 1... .f! .
shell is not considered, becauseit shrimp (approximately 30) for nifty easy-handling > '_ .. .

has no effect on quality or six servings. Without removingthe coupes, Monzas, and Lakewoocl l and Greenbrier wagons. Take your !CHEVlIOLET

nutritive value of the egg. shells, cut off the back of pick-the easy way.Just one stop at your Chevrolet dealer's does it. .
Eggs meeting the "AA" and each shrimp with kitchen scis .
"A" requirements- are of highest sors. Wash under running water .....-...............-;-..................................--.....-.-...-........-...............................................i

J quality. To be labled, Grade to remove black vein. Com : i

AA, U.S. Standards state that bine 2 minced cloves garlic, 1 I

an egg must have a clear, firm finely chopped medium onion, 1 i I .

white and a yolk that is well teaspoon dried basil, 1 teaspoon J I.. \

centered and free from defects. dried mustard, 1 teaspoon salt, i i .

j 1 Its air cell must be no more % cup olive oil or salad oil, and : I I Ii' 1

than 1/8 inch in depth and must 4 tablespoons lemon juice. Pour

be practically larn placement -' marinade over shrimp in bowl I i

To receive the "A" grade, and let stand in refrigerator 196

\ an egg must pass almost the several hours overnight, turn

same test but the requirements ing shrimp occasionally. When .
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are slightly less rigid. Eggs of ready to cook, thread shrimp on
i New Chevrolet IMPALA SPORT SEDAN
-"J both grades are noted for their thin metal skewers allowingfive .

attractive appearance and delicate shrimp for each. Grill about i One of five delightful Impala models with just about everything anyone t. .' .
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flavor. five minutes over coals, basting I could want in a car. Here's top-of-the-line"luxury-at a sensible Chevy price.t i ,

Grade B and Grade C eggs are with marinade and turning once. i'::..................... ..............._........_.........._...........-...........................................".-...........................:t' : .': ..
of'lower quality. They are, how
For more skewer cookery trYShiSh : !
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ever, just as nutritious as eggs Kebab. I \" .... 'I'\ f

of higher grades. They can be SKISH KEBAB I. -.. !
used in '
cooking where
appearance II
Have bone removed from 5 to : I'
and fine flavor are not"'-so 7 pound' leg of lamb. Cut Jambin i -I
important. The white of "B"
a i.
2-inch chunks, removing gristle : I
egg must be clear, but may be I sand most of fat. Combine % :: :I .
slightly weak, while the : :
yolkIN : i
cup olive or salad oil, 1/3 cup

THE COURT OF TilE COUNTY vinegar, % teaspoon black pep !
JUDGE. KliAGI.ER COUNTY, : I
IDA. IN PROBATE.IN per, 1 teaspoon: crushed oregano : I
RE: Estate of % teaspoon crushed thyme or 1 1 I'
HOKE S. COBB. Deceased.To I
All Creditors and Persona teaspoon salt. -

Said having Estates Claims or Demand Against Pour marinade over lamb *, '_. New Chevrolet BEL AIR 2-DOOR SEDAN : if
\ You and each of you are hereby chunks in shallow ,pan and let .
claims notified and and demands required to which present you.any or stand in refrigerator at least 1 : Like all Chevrolets, this family favorite brings you Body by Fisher crafts t

either of you may have against the hour or overnight. Cut 8 to 10 i manship and it's priced just above the thriftiest full-sized Chevrolets.CHEVY'S ;.
estate of
Hoke
S. Cobb deceased, i .
late of said County, to the County washed, seeded green peppers ...........................-....--...-...................................--.....-................--....e..................'...f
Judge of Flakier County Florida, : iI
at his ottice in the court house of said into 2-inch pieces. Peel 16 to 20
County at Bunnell. Florida. within' small onions and cut into halves. traditionally high resalet means I

eight time of calendar the first months publication from of this the When ready to cook, alternate it costs less in the long run Ii I rJ'
notice. Each claim or demand shall \ .
be in writing, and shall state the marinated lamb chunks, green Because these people-pleasing Chevies keep on bringing more trade-in money, I
place of residence and post office and halved onionson .. .
address of the claimant and shall pepper pieces' i i it's almost like having your cake and eating it, too. One more reason for going
be sowrn to by the claimant agent 8 to 10 long metal skewers. i-
attorney. and any such claim or Jet-smooth Chevrolet. Happy motoring. And many happy returns!
demand not so filed shall be void. Brush vegetables with olive oil i fBased on prices In the National Automobile Dealers Association official USED CAR GUIDE. i
/SWILDA H. COBB. or melted butter. Grill 10 to 15 : recent-model Chevrolets are now bringing a higher percentage of their original price than any I
As Administratrix of the Es- '
other
full-sized
their field.
: car in
tate First of publication Hoke S. Cobb June deceased.22, 1961. minutes or until lamb is brown i._ ............_..-.'..........-..-..................-..........................................._...._..__. 1: t
June %%-28 & July 6-13-ttc3Hlaglr and tender. If you like toma- \ .
I toes with Shish Kebab, allow at

least 1 tomato for each servingand See the new Chevrolets 'at your'local authorized Chevrolet dealer's .

I m!rf t elribmtrBUlfXKLI select ripe but firm toma ---...---...--.....-....-.--..---....-..-...-.....-...................... .................................................-......-
toes. Cut each into 4to 6
FLORIDA
wedges, depending on 'size. Then 1

thread on separate skewers and HALL-TUMLIN CHEVROLET COMPANY"
MRS. M. B. FULLER Editor broil until heated. Makes 8 to

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10 servings. TELEPHONE ID 7-3131 ,.
Desiccated Official PabllemUomfr BUNNELL, FLORIDA

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Public Notice of Flatter HARROWING RIDE
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County Maalclpalltles therein Iceboats skim over lakes at .. r.

and the State of Florida 150 miles hour.
speeds up to an
\ After taking his. first sail, one ,.. SALUTE TO FLORIDA -
Entered as aeeend class matter
novice wrote: "Riding an iceboatin
I February ..1813.at the >ostofflce a stiff breeze is no more dan COUNTIES ? DADE -

at Bunnell Florida under act ol uncomfortable than
gerous, or .
March 3. 1870. ', a COUNTY SEAT MIAMI '
driving a truck 90 miles an hour I I -

; One .. _11.80 I down a steep wet hill, with the ..World famous Dade County, with its La.Iil 1
year wheels loose no brakes, and bulous Miami Beach, is Florida's. most cosmopolitan t
DlZ month.__ffi?? area.
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peices of the windshield flying I
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back into one's face." 4 := -- the main source of*,income; however, diversified :
--;::: industry commercial fishing, and I
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VVVUtAAMAMAUVVSKVVMAmAAAAAVVVVUFOR ... ... ..v. ". farming contribute heavily. to the economy I
ALL HOURS DAY OR NIGHt 6f the area. *
Dade County was formed in 1836 and
named for Major Francis L. Dade, who was
: massacred at the beginning of the Second
AMBULANCE --- Seminole War. Once Seminole Indian territory
PHONE VAlley41625ST. ---.. many of the county names are
SERVICE ,---- Indian in origin.In .
Dade County, and throughout
FLORIDA progressive
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I ;i;_ .. Florida the' United States Brewers Asf .
:.. Never be hesitant about calling a Garcia Ambulance. We 4 sociation works constantly to maintain the
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sale of beer and ale under pleasant, orderly
are always at your service with promptness safety and conditions. Believing that strict law en
i forcement serves the best interest of the .
i experience, people of Florida, the Association stresses :
close cooperation with the Armed Forces, :
t Equipped With Oxygen Resusitator and Inhalator .law enforcement and governing officials. "

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PAGE TWELVE THE FLAGLER TRIBUNE, BUNNELL, FLORIDA Thursday, June 29, 1961 i

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fiGame Commission Crown Jewels 'I adorned Queen 'Geraldine of Albania [single piece of ,Jewelry IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF
FLAGLER COUNTY FLORIDA
: ,. I went on sale in New York, Even in a world that has little IN CHANCERY NO. 4264 .

; Meets In DeLand Symbolize Golden reportedly for funds o,help Al- time for pomp, an aura of CHARLES A. MIXPlaintiff.

I' banians in exile. romantic intrigue surrounds surviving I
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:MERfAM: SvMIY:
'J.; : The annual meeting of the. crown jewels. In the Defendant
I' } Age Pageantry Blue bloods, since the onsetof NOTICE TO DEFEND
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c Game and Fresh Water Fish Russian diamond treasury is the I THE .
I I the golden of monarchy f STATE OF FLORIDA TO:
Commission and Central Florida''! age 200-carat Orloff, once the eye of }I Meriam S. Mix
would have found their diamonds not I Residence UnknownYou
: sportsmen, to discuss proposed I. A modern Raffles the J a Mysore idol. Passing from are hereby notified that a .{
1 hunting and .fishing regulations hard pressed to 'realize only to be comforting friends, hand to hand amid violence and suit has been filed against you In

? ;" for the 1961.62 season will be I dream of his prof but negotiable as 'blae-chip, deceit, it was finally bought for are hereby above entitled required cause to file; your and you answer -
slon-steal-l 1 stocks. Crown have with the Clerk of this
jewels
-.\; ,, ,held in the DeLand City Council ing the ..crown' helped $450,000 by the exiled Prince Orloff and to serve a copy thereof Qourt.upon l'l'the

Chambers, Wednesday/June 28,' build palaces, outfit armies to regain favor with Cathe- the plaintiff or plaintiff's attorney
With the decline monarchy I
,
I and navies, and pad the dowries whose name and address is:
, } at 7:30 P. M., according to J. W. I few collections of royal rine the Great. His thoughtfullittle \V Cecil Grant
great
a
'.... of princesses. Not a few expensive I 407% Main' Street
BIckerstaff of the Central failed to win
.." manager gems remain'intact .or in public present Daytona Beach. Florida
Game baubles have vanished not later than July 10th. A. D. 1961. 'I
Florida Region of the Catherine's hand, as he had I
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view the National -
Geographic into pawn shops or been pledgedas If you fail ,to do so. decree pro .f
and Fresh 'Water Fish Comm s The fabulous hoped, but she. consoled him confesso will be entered against \
Society says. security for loans. you for the relief demanded in the '
sion. hoard of the Russian Tsars is with the gift of a marble palace. bill of complaint. The nature of
Bickerstaff said that all Inter- Cromwell said suit being for divorce.
one notable exception: it lies Destroyed Regalia WITNESS my hand and seal of

:. ested persons and organizations in Aladdin- caves in the heartof Though Britain's present Re- l Top three honey producing A.said D.Court 1961.Official this 1st day of June

are Invited to attend and sub. the Kremlin.. Denmark's gems galia can hardly be equaled in I states in the U. S. are ( Seal) E. A. SMYTHE

mit recommendations' as to glitter in supersafe glass cases richness and splendor, they, are sota, California, and ] 1\unne'j! June 8-15-2-9-4te Clerk of said Circuit Court

.>. hunting and ;fishing 'rules and in Rosenborg Palace Copen not particularly old. Original I

. ,: regulations at the meeting in hagen. Britain's Regalia displayed pieces were destroyed under. the I' IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OFFLAGLER

writing (the:commission officeIn in, the Tower of London, Commonwealth in 1649. PAL PARKER'S. INC. I IN CHANCERY COUNTY NO. FLORIDA 4257
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RALPH A. LAPIO
Ocala. are protected by ingenious rays Automotive Specialty Center Plaintiff
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The final rules and regula" and every other appropriate resource J Oliver Cromwell, in his frenzyto HRAKE RELINED $1.1.ai I LAPIO

tions will be adopted ,at the of science. rid England of all traces of PART'S AND LABOR I MARIE Defendant

. ; : statewide eUng in Tallahassee I monarchy, tossed diadems, FORDCHEVROLETPLYMONTIIOTHER NOTICE TO DEFEND
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Keepers of Britain's Jewel $1U, I THE STATE OF FLORIDA. TO:
, in July, BIckerstaff said. House have long been amused swords, vestments, bracelets, 540 Mason Ave. Daytona Marie Lapio
I and other insignia into the melt- 304 Washington Street
#> by known burglars who, come Manville. New Jersey
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DJELDRIN OR CHLORDANE I ing pot. Lost for all, time were You are hereby notified that a
to 'feast the sight their j ORMOND PRESCRIPTION
upon such suit has been filed against you in
faces with in- irreplaceable objects as the PHARMACYSick the above entitled cause; and you
reflecting equal
EFFECTIVE, AGAINST ANTS
Crowns Edward, the Confessorand are hereby required to file your answer -
I tensity avarice and frustration.. : I Room Supplles-Sundrfes with the Clerk of this Court
Several species of ants may Alfred the Great. HOSPITAL SUPPLIES and to serve a copy thereof upon .

I invade ,the harne, and while Some Attempts Successful New regalia had to be made '24-Hour Prescription Service the.whose plaintiff name or and plaintiff's address attorney is: ,

they are not destructive, they Despite precaution, however for the restoration of Charles II. Free Delivery in Flagler BeachRt. Ray 800 Main Selden Street ,

imperial treasures are occasionally Many old notably the AlA 1 ml. North of
are a constant, source of worry gems, Daytona Beach, Floridanot
hijacked. Hitler'shenchmen Prince's ORMOND BEACH-Tel. OR 7-1661 later than July 7th A. D. 1961.
Black
and for -the home. ruby, were for
annoyance
I If you fail to do so. decree pro
maker. made off with many I tunately recovered. The Imperial ...... .... confesso will be entered againstyou

Dr. L.. C. Kuitert,'entomologistwith royal jewels. Part of the famed I State Crown, worn by Eliza- O. F. ALFtiRD bill for of complaint.the relief demanded The nature in the of

the I Rothchild Collection disappear beth II at her coronation Registered said suit being for divorce.
Florida Agricultural con- WITNESS my hand and seal of
Experiment Stations says ants led; during: the' Nazi occupation tains the egg-sized ruby, as wellas 1---- said Court this 25th day of May
''of Real Estate Broker A. D. 1951.Official .
France but later found
enter houses in' search. of food was the Second Star of Africa ( Seal) E. A. SMYTHE
in a Frankfurt, bank vault. At.war's and Clerk of said Circuit Court
.kitch- 2,800 lesser diamonds. It
and
usually frequent the I. Bunnell Florida June 8-15-22-29--4te.
en and other storage places. '. end, three American Army is the world's most valuable THrt -
IN
COUNTY
officers, one woman. lifted the JUDGE'S COUnT
Sprays or dusts containing .. --- FLAGLER COUNTY, STATE OF
Hessian from castle FLORIDA.
f jewels a
either chlordane dieldrin are Estate ofAlbert

effective. Dr. Kuitert recommends near In Frankfurt.1953 thieves scaled the CRAIG FUNERAL HOME State E.of Andreas Florida., DeceasedThe To All Per-

a two percent dieldrin sons Interested in the Estate of
walls of:the Hohenzolern castlein said Decedent:
, dust. It ,can be applied easily You are hereby notified that a
southern Germany and A. H. CRAIG. Funeral Director written: instrument purporting to
and ,
quickly to border around
a. be the Last Will and Testament of
snatched the 'Prussian
'- the outside of the house and to crown JOHN HARDIN. Associate said decedent has been admitted to
jewels -none of which was in probate in said Court.
individual ant hills in the yard. AIR OXYGEN You are hereby commanded withIn -
sured. Curiously, the burglarsleft I LADY six calendar months from the
\ behind the Kaiser's crown. CONDITIONEDCHAPEL I I EQUIPPED date of the first publication of this
MARTINIQUE'S FERTILE SOIL ATTENDANT notice to appear in said Court and
Political storms of the 20th AMBULANCES show cause. If any you can why
Some soil the Caribbean also have the the action of said Court In admit-
on century dispersed ting said Will to probate should
Island of Martinique is so fertile: royal symbols amassed throughthe Phone ID 7.3532I not Seal stand unrevoked.
T.
( ) K. McKNIGHT
that a signpost may take root centuries.Not County Judge.
201 E. MOODY BLVD. BUNNELL FLORIDA Flagler County. Florida
and sprout: leaves.. long ago, gems that once I .. First publication on June IS, 1961
June 15-22-29 & July 64tcIN
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i t:w. y THE COURT OF TIlE COUNTY
JUDGE. FLAGLER.
.. .. 4F COUNTY
?: % ::6.: ,; .v. FLORIDA IN PROBATE.
IN re: Estate of
ALBERT E. ANDREAS
Deceased.
To All Creditors and Persons

,... Having Claims or Demands Against

:'.; >':.Y':'.. ( .: .. : ::;;::;;;i '::": I Said You Estate and each: of you. are hereby
.' \ ; : t ... .ri : ;;:<: notified and required to present
: : .,: any claims and demands which
.. :i Z, I you. or either of you. may have
: against the estate of Albert E. An
:f .::: ;;:, dress deceased. late of said County
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ler County. Florida. at his offlce-
; .:: \ in the court house of said Countyat
'V \ Bunnell. Florida within eight
calendar months from the time of '
the first publication of this notice.
0 Each claim or demand shall be Inwrltln
: -. and shall state the placeof

.... residence and post office addressof
the
t claimant..and shall be sworn
to by the- claimant agent. attorney.
and any such claim or demand not
so filed shall be void.
BLANCHE A. ANDREASAs
.,... Executrix of niP Last Will
: .. and Testament of Albert E. Andreas -
deceased.
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t .>. First publication June IS, 1961.
i'a June 15-22-29 & July 6-4tc
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IF FOR KLAGLRR COUNTY. FLOR- I
IDA. IN CHANCERY 4268.
GEORGE A. HAWK,
Plaintiff.

I DORIS C. HAWK
Defendant.

NOTICE TO DEFEND
IN THE NAME OF THE STATE.
OF -FLORIDA:

TO: DORIS C. HAWK whose
residence and adddreds are
unknown. '
YOU ARK HEREBY NOTIFIED
that a suit for divorce has been
brought against you in the Circuit
Court of Flagler County. Florida.
In Chancery. by GEORGE A.
HAWK styled as above and you
are hereby required to file person-
ally or by attorney with the Clerkof
said Court at Bunnell Florida
4"uWhat Will I Be? '00 your answer or written defenses
; ;} if any to the Complaint in said
. .. ;.\ suit, on or before July 24. 19C1
'', : and to serve a copy thereof upon
; \ Boyhood is the atomic Mage of ma.tL Perpetual ,motion .powered .. RICHARD E. CONNER. Attorney
t : .. for Plaintiff whose address Is
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., t $;; i by the explosive energy of youth. :.. ; .: j : I P.0. Box 1566. New Smyrna Beach

.,,:. :; p', :i. Yet there are times when every boy must be alone ,for only ir. ;'1 i'.1'y" Florida.THE FLAGLER TRIBUNE i*

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p : t. ."., / .:- I eoa What will he be when he grows up'? "d"I -: consecutive weeks

\ .. '. ;j1 4S r .' :_ : Today's business management 'alert and sensitive to its publicT '\ r '.. :; HEREIN WILL FAIL BE NOT ENTERED OR JUDGMENT A--

-c4 S 1.>:''f.Nowall .... I responsibilities, helps answer this vital question by creating,jobs, -; GAINST WITNESS YOU my BY hand DEFAULT.and the seat

,, -oJ"- \, .:. \t.. ... 11 .,. ",,...,SoifthtKn ,'ph es. al\41 xirtuhities to fit constructive boyhood dreams of any size -. of County.said Court Florida at this Bunnell.13th Flagler day of
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June. A- D. 1961.
T. Clerk of Circuit Court

; .i : '.' '. SouthernJ 'B ll ..,, : Richard E. Flagler Conner County FlorIda'I' ,
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