The Flagler tribune
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 Material Information
Title: The Flagler tribune
Physical Description: Newspaper
Language: English
Publisher: s.n.
Place of Publication: Bunnell Fla
Creation Date: July 6, 1961
Publication Date: -1981
Frequency: weekly
Subjects / Keywords: Newspapers -- Bunnell (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Flagler County (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Genre: newspaper   ( marcgt )
newspaper   ( sobekcm )
Spatial Coverage: United States -- Florida -- Flagler -- Bunnell
Coordinates: 29.4675 x -81.256944 ( Place of Publication )
Dates or Sequential Designation: Began in 1917?
Dates or Sequential Designation: -69th year, no. 36 (Sept. 3, 1981).
General Note: Mrs. M.B. Fuller, editor.
General Note: Description based on: Vol. 43, no. 20 (June 2, 1955).
Funding: Funded by NEH in support of the National Digital Newspaper Project (NDNP), NEH Award Number: PJ-50006-05
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Source Institution: University of Florida
Holding Location: University of Florida
Rights Management: All rights reserved. Board of Trustees of the University of Florida
Resource Identifier: aleph - 001024369
oclc - 33425664
notis - AFA6237
lccn - sn 95047251
System ID: UF00079914:00236
 Related Items
Preceded by: St. Johns tribune
Succeeded by: Palm Coast news
Succeeded by: Flagler/Palm Coast news-tribune

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I' Susan Brannam I II' Racing Funds I-MISS FLORIDA COAST EAST I State Fishing Record Crowd

__ =i Licenses Are

I' Makes Good at -I To County' Less Now On Sale For FireworksAt

Than 'Last YearA
Florida fishing licenses are
"Girl's State"Miss I I I Flagler BeachA
final distribution of racing now on sale at the office of the I

:, ', funds was made 'June 30 to the I county judge in the court house.
I Susan Brannam 'returned 67 counties of the state in the ,, There are two changes in the. record crowd was on hand
home Friday afternoon from ? license this representativesof for the annual fireworks display -
amount of $2,600, bringing a total year
Tallahassee where she attended of $187,600 to each countyfor the judge's office said today. Tuesday night which, cli-
the Girl's State session. Girl's the current fiscal year. -: The non-resident annual state maxed the Fourth of July celebration

State is sponsored the American Last year each county received license' which sold for $10.50,are and Miss Florida East

Legion Auxiliary, Department $188,700, or $1,100 more during :j now only $8.00.A I Coast Contest festivities.
r of Florida, and is a 1959-60 than was received five-day non-resident license Although it had been an
long study by Week-\\this year-a deline of sixtenthsof for '$2.25 will replace the i I I ideal summer day, about 6 o'

S\ state, county and city one per cent. former three-day $1.25 license. clock a heavy electrical storm

ment. t Of the funds the school board The annual Florida state, fishing I threatened to overshadow the
}' i gets the first $50,000 then the i licenses is the same ..priceof the annual fireworks display
Susan was elected City Councijman ,next $50,000 goes to the Boardof n---- $2.00. Also the 14-day non presented by the Town Fathers.
Secretary to the Speaker -, t The storm cleared and the display
S County Commissioners. The resident license is the same
. i of the 'House, and was appointed I : to
was presented according
,:remainder is divided evenly between price of $3.25.
to the Governor's Little Cabinet schedule.
the two boards.RUNNERUP.
J \' She also wrote a bill I! """' 7' "" 1 Trophies for the annual Fish-

which was presented to the Darragh Lynne Shirley was I f RUNNERUP a-Thon were presented at the
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mock session of the legislatureon crowned Miss Florida East Coast, Fishermen's Inn Tuesday night.
civil defense which was of 1961 in the third annual con : The large trophy for the larg-
passed. The bill provided for test held, Monday evening at est fish caught went to Clarence
building bomb shelters at all .Flagler' Beach. Miss 'Shirley was I Weaver who registered a five-
schools. She was. one of 24 selected selected from the 14 contestants pound trout.
to sing in the choir. I participating.Miss _. I A trophy was given to *F. J.
The Flagler Unit of the American Shirley is the daughterof Watts of Crescent City who
Legion Auxiliary sponsored I Mr. and Mrs. Causby L. I caught the second largest fish.
Susan for the Girl's State Shirley of Jacksonville and was : :: I His was a 3pound drum.

sion. ses-j sponsored by the Gator Bowl As. ; aT it itr drum.
sociation.. gi III Trophy for the most fish
I Miss Florida East Coast of, I caught went to August Flath-

New Law On 1960, Miss Judy Lynn Prince, man of Flagler Beach. '
,, was escorted to the throne by Faye Hutchenson' received the
I .'- Mayor George Wickline of Flag I trophy for the largest fresh wa- ,
Driver Licenses
:_ ?. ler Beach. Benatof> Verle Pope ter fish caught during the. con-
-S 5 5 -S escorted the new Queen to the test.
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Needs Study r L throne and presided in the' z "
i" .crowning.ce eIJi9P'y.} .. He'wad..as.' -
t Fire
.- The new Florida Driver's License sisted by Miss 'Prince. 'DamagesLocal

Law goes into effect Sep 'S<- n 'S r { i
tember of this year. The law MISS CONGENIALITY I Restaurant
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Miss Patti runner-
was passed by the 1961 sessionof i
'' Miss Patsy Neel, daughter of I I I up in the third annual Miss
the legislature putting a two-
:Mr. and Mrs John Neel of De- Florida East Coast Contest held
year birthdate into effect.driver license Funiak Springs, runnerup in the I ,5 : i (at Flagler Beach Monday night. Tuesday Night !

program third Annual Miss Florida East v '< ___| Miss Pennington is the daughter
Under the new law if your ;
is Coast' Contest at Flagler Beach S of Mr. and Mrs._ Richard M. The Dixiana Restaurant on I
birthday in September you
Monday night. She was spon- Pennington of Ormond Beach. U. S. Highway 1 in downtown
must renew license dUrlng-
September 1961.your sored by TV Bob of Flagler H She was sponsored by Belk- Bunnell, suffered considerable I

Beach. ,Lindsey of Daytona Beach. damage when a: fire broke out j
For example, if birthday
; your in the kitchen about 10 o'clock 11
occurs during September, and
you were born in an even year,
I The blaze was soon brought
you will renew your license 'at UP I HISTORY BY D.B.J.C. under control by the fire department .
a cost of $1.50 and it will expire AFTER DECLINE TONIGHT ON RADIO and was confined t i:

during September 1962. At Commercial slaughtering of I I 19th century-Its land booms, mostly to the kitchen and storage -
that time you will :renew' it fora I cattle and calves in Florida plantation economy, Indian, wars rooms. The kitchen equipment
period of two years at a cost turned upward last year following -I i and final quest for statehoodis suffered heavy loss also,
of $3.00. It will be renewable decline, the Florida tonight'sI
a year I revealed during owner Thomas Diamond .said
each two years thereafter. If State Chamber of Commerce Beach Junior The
I Daytona College today. dining room suffered
you were born in an odd year reported yesterday. I 1 summer history broadcast on mostly from water damage.The .

you will purchase a two year "Not since 1957 have so many !iI I i WNDB radio station in Daytona cause of the fire or the
license at ,a cost of $3.00 and cattle and calves been slaughtered Beach. .. extent of damage had not been

renew it each two years there in Florid Reports covering Dr. Merlin G. Cox is lecturerfor determined at press time. The
after. 1960 show that 327,000 cattle Miss Bonnie,L. Leonard daughter the educational series whichis fire followed a,very heavy elec.
Those birthdays occuring in weighing 281225.000 pounds, of ?lr. and Mrs. O. C. Leon broadcast each Thursday evening trical storm which lasted about
all.months after September 1961 live weight, and 196,440 calves ard of Ocala, was selected by at '8:30. two hours.
your current license is auto *. I ---
weighing 47,591,000 pounds went the contestants as Miss Con
matically extended without through ,slaughtering plants and geniality of the 1961 Miss FlorIda I
charge to the last day of your packing houses> .in the state. East Coast Contest. WHEN MAMA GOES A-VISiTING

next birth month. You renew I Cattle were up 14 per cent in She was sponsored by Ocala
t your license during your birth- numbers and 13.per cent in Motors. -- '
month. I weight from 1959. Calves were Ilti'i

". By August 31, 1962 the switch- more. by 73 per cent in number MRS. CARRIE ALLMANOF
over to two-year license will be and '88 per: cent in weight. The ORMOND PASSESMrs.

.: completed and everyone will combined weight, of cattle and : Carrie A. Allman, 75, Old
purchase his tlicene thereafter calves* fas 18 per cent below King's Road, Ormond Beach,
during the month of his birth the 1957 figure. died at 7:15 a. m. Wednesday at I

date. Those born in even years The volume of livestock going I I a DeLand nursing home. She
will renew in even years and to slaughterers varies. with. was the widow of Jake Allman,
those born in, odd years renew- national market 'conditions. The who died' in 1955.
ing in odd years. movement of Florida cattle to I She had lived in Ormond +cw ; IEEPf RSMq4f

For those traveling out of the ranches outside the state and Beach since 1950. She had livedin

state after September 1961 it is the building up 'or culling of+ Volusia County most of her
recommended: that you purchasea herds by Florida ranchers are life except for a short period I I
25 cents validation stamp to factors which affect the slaughter when she lived. in Fort Pierce !
prove the license is extended volume. 10 years ago. She and her husband f I It
until your next birthdate month. "Hogs and pigs slaughtereredin also resided in Flagler 1I

Florida ,last year totaled County at Haw Creek for sev- 1I
BUILDS HOUSE LIKE.SHELL. 563,000 animals weighing 113- eral years. She was a memberof (! 9 t
,One species of caddis fly, 987,000 pounds, both slightly the Bible Baptist Church, Fort ( }' fI f-
using fine sand grains and its under 1959. Pierce. I I V :

own spun 'silk, builds a house "The wtotal volume of all animals Survivors include a son, James I
iri the exact shape of a snail slaughtered came to 442- Holly Hill; three daughters,

shelL The replica Is so perfect 899,000 pounds, on the hoof, including : Lyman Woods and Mrs.1
that specimens have deceivedthe about a thousand sheep.I\V. Bennett both of Ormond 1I

most experienced shell col- I Slaughterings for farm use are and Mrs. Ernest Bouquin I

/ lectors. I not included." ,"rTitusville. t

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brown waters between banks of I strength of the Hindu, godhead. GRIZZLY SEAR'S .MENU I lor carrion, but devours
Couple) ExploresIndia's '
( swarming life. Tracing the river from its During its '20 to 30 years of ably more vegetation. To 'break .

.Sacred Along their way, they saw a source to the great central city life, a grizzly bear may eat any- the,hinter ,fast, a grizzly begins

land where pn new grass, grazing as contentedly -
beauty from
paradoxical : of Benares and onto the delta, thing :ants to beached '

Ganges River springs unexpectedly from poverty i the authors met pilgrims from whales., It relishes' meat:, fresh as a cow.

where leadersare
and earnest
all over India taking the ritual .. -r
I Riding an amphibious jeep up creating a modem industrial bath. Some brought ashes of

and down India's sacred Ganges i economy among people clingingto family members to'sprinkle into I AREA BUSINESS DIRECTORYAIR I I

(River, a young American couple ancient ways and beliefs. the water. Others filled bottles

has had an unusual and highly They saw dams, power plants, to carry home. --

Informativeadventure.. and steel mills rising in places
where sacred cows amble at will :The Americans made ,friends ,"

Helen and Frank Schreider, along'streets and roads.At with a young Indian couple who FLORIDA AIRCONDITIONING J TRUCK STOP

who gave up industrial careers festival in with custom CO.
a Republic Day were breaking by |
four years ago to travel and New Delhi, they watched a jet marrying for love instead of let Of Daytona. Inc. I
write told their story in'the National J. L. IRWIN. Prop.
squadron swoop low over a procession ting their parents pick ,their AIR CONDITIONINGHEbTING I

Geographic Magazine. in which elephants with mates. Yet 'at the wedding the GENERAL SHEET METAL Lubrlcatlon-Tlres-Batterles

"We're Proud of Our Work" I Fuel Oil, Kerosene, Tractor Fue ;
Their craft wasthe Tortuga II, painted faces 'and spear-carrying Schrelders found bride and
330 Walker Holly Hill. OR 7-6120 U.S. 1N.. Bunnell ID 7-3678
from Assam trod closeon
similar to the pioneering Tortu hunters bridegroom carrying out prescribed -

ga 1 which they wore out making tanks and armored cars. ancient ritual. And the AUTO SERVICEMcDANIEL'S I
miles time for the ceremony was set GARDEN SHOP
earlier 20,000( trip
an How Became Sacred '
from Alaska to Tierra del Fuego. Ganges I at 2 A. M.-an hour chosen as Gray's Garden Center

Outfitted as Home The article's title "From the auspicious by astrologers.IN Service Station !Headquarter for Gardening Need

For the Indian journey, the Hair of Siva," goes back to an STANDARD OIL PRODUCTS Ceramics Gifts.Materials Dry Arrangement.

Schreiders bought 'T.ortuga; 'II in early Hindu epic, the Ramayana TilE COURT' OF TIIE"COUNTY Tires-Batteries-Minor Repairs I Annuals Shrubbery Fertilizer
World War II which tells how the Ganges be- JUDGE
a surplus depot, IDA. IN PROBATE. Bunnell ID 7.7119 TORO LAWN MOWERS
and outfitted it with bunks, a : came sacred. IN RE: Estate of 147 Tomoka Avenue-Ph. OR 7-051'
HOKE S. COBB. Deceased.
sink, alcohol stove-and a seat I According. to the legend, the To All Creditors and Persons Biddle Gulf ServiceGASOILLUBRICATION I ORMOND

for their German shepherd, "Di. I goddess Ganga was- ordered having Said Estate Claims or Demands Against HARDWARE

nah." They made the jeep river. down to earth as ,a torrent of
I' You and each of you are hereby
going by installing a rear pro. water in which to wash and notified and required to present any GULF TIRES & BATTERIESOpen J THAT FAMOUS PAINT
I claims and demands which you or
peller with a drive shaft running purfy the ashes of a group of either of you. may have against the 7 A.M.-10 P.M.-7 Days '. at
rubber-sealed executed princes. Fearing the estate of Hoke S. Cobb. deceased State&:Lambert US 1-ID 7-7190 Exclusively
through a j -I
late ,of said County to the County '
hole in the steel hull. A rudder destruction of a flood, Siva, one Judge of Flagler County, Florida FLAGLER BEACHHARDWARE i1Jt
his office in the house of said Station'EARL
at court I
was connected to the steering of the Hindu trinity, caught the i County at Bunnell. Florida within Colonial Service .

wheel. water in his matted locks and eight calendar months from the E. RICE ProprietorGASOIILUBRICATION 'I
time of the first publication of this
Beach.HE 9.2103
Thus equipped, ,the Schreiders let it seep.out slowly. Thus all notice. Each claim or demand shall Flagler .

arrived in Calcutta and obtain. who ,bathe in the Ganges are be place in of writing residence and and shall post state office the MOTOR TUNE-UP I!:

ed the Government's permissionto believed ,to be cleansed of sin address of the claimant and shall GOODYEAR TIRES & BATTERIES I Village Hardwar. Center
be sowrn to by the claimant agent.
travel the vast sweep of land and to absorb the spiritual attorney and any such claim or U.S. HI WAY 1 BUNNELL t HOUSE PAINTS f
demand not so filed shall be void. ''
i and river that is the heart of /S/ WILDA H. COBB. I ED'S Match and mix any color

India's life, history, and religion.In I As Administratrix of the Builder's Supplies Kitchenware
tate of Hoke S. Cobb. Es-t
five months on wheels and I First publication June 22, GIFTS GREETING CARDS

afloat, they scaled mountains, June 22-28 & July 6-13-4tc I Specializing in Wash & Waxing AlA Ormond Beach CL 2-0420:

swam rivers, and fought mud. Ni 940MIJ IN THE COUNTY,JUDGE'S! COURT Batteries-Accessories i:


the hull in black, jellylikemud. Estate ofAlbert .s. IIw)". 1-Bunnell-ID 7-3138 \
E. Andreas. DeceasedThe '
An English speaking BYHELEN State of Florida. To All Per- BRENNAN Jewelers
sons Interested in the Estate of
school teacher from a. nearby HALE said Decedent: f Diamonds-Diamond Setting

'town rallied a rescue squad to You are hereby notified that a Fine Jewelry and Gifts,
written instrument purporting to ,
pry it loose. be the Last Will and Testament of I BAR & COCKTAIL j Hamilton, Bulova, Benrus .
Schreiders said decedent has been admitted to I
The visited- historic Try Super-Special Seasonings: probate in said Court. LOUNGE L Watches ,

cities, hard working villages, A can or ,package ,of cooked You are hereby commanded within DANCING FRIDAY & SATURDAY Watches -Jewelry-Clocks Repaired
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six calendar months from the
60 E. Granada-Ormond-OR 7-5056-
and maharajas' palaces. They ,green beans will have,gourmet appeal date of the first publication of this FROM 9
camped out under starry Indian when it's seasoned with a % I notice to appear in said Court and SUNDAY FROM 6 P.M. ) I
show If why
cause. any you can. FURNITURE
skies, and rode the Ganges' cup of commercially-soured cream the action of said Court in admit Ocean Blvd A1A Flagler BeachMILLAND +
to which has been added H tea. I tang said Will to probate should

............ .. .-. . .....:..".... spoon caraway seeds. not( stand) T.unrevoked.Seal K. McKNIGHT. BAR AND I Ormond Bedding and
I Furniture Co.
O.: F. ALFORD Gingerbread takes on a glamorous County Judge.Flagler I COCKTAIL LOUNGEEddie
when County Florida Substantial Discounts AllREDSSOFASFURNITURE
topping use I on
you pow.
Registered I First publication on June 15, 1961
dered sugar with a 'bit of butter, June 15-22-29 & July 6-itc & Mary Shultz. Props. $10 Trade Covers Down PaymentR.

orange juice enough to moisten, | PACKAGE GOODS
Real Estate Broker S.
'some grated rind for-'zest and a JUDGE FLAGLER COUNTY | 9 a. m.2 a. m-Sun. 1 p. m. 2 a, m. 60 Granada Ormond Deb. OR 7-6411
Bunnell Florida few diced almonds for cruchjness.Helen's FLORIDA. IN PROBATE. I Ocean Dh-d-Fla&l Beach '
0: IN re: Estate of 4

Favorite: I All Creditors and Persons '
ORIENTAL CHOCOLATE Having Claims or Demands Against BAR & GRILL i COURT

I Community (Serves 6)' i Said You Estate and each: of' you are hereby FOR FINEFOOD I AND COFFEE SHOP
1}& quarts chocolate milk notified and required to presentany BREAKFAST.-LUNCHES (\
claims and demands which
Memorial ChurchInterdenominational A teaspoon nutmeg or either of have COLD DRINKS-HOT COFFEE :
you. you. may 1
% teaspoon ground cloves against the estate of Albert E. An- 3 mi. N. of Flagler on AlA OVERNIGHT KITCHENETTES io

, Whipped cream or dreas deceased, late of said Open 7 M.-ll P.M. DAY-WEEK-M ONTII \
ty to the Countv Judge of I
AIR CONDITIONED I marshmallows ler County. Florida at hid coun-I HWY A1A-FLAGLER BEACH i
Heat chocolate milk to piping In the court house of said BUILDING SUPPLIES I|
Daytona Ave. at Bunnell. Florida within J.
hot. Stir in spices. Pour Into I PAINTS
I calendar months from the time of
FLAGLER BEACH mugs and top with whipped thefirst publication of this notice. I WICKLINE
Each claim or demand shall be in
I Sunday School 10:00 A.M. cream or marshmallows. writing and shall state the place I Building Supplies JERRY'S PAINT MARTPITISBURGH
of residence and post office address
Church Service 11:00 A.M. of the claimant and shall be sworn I
Have you ever mixed pitted to by the claimant. agent attorney. -
R. W. DICKERT. Pastor dates with grated carrots for sal- and any such claim or demand not STEEL I Paints-Finishes
so filed shall be void. Paint
WELCOME ad? They're wonderful particu- -Wallpaper
BLANCHE A. ANDREASAs Flagler Beach HE 9-2254
larly if you mold these in lemon- Executrix of the Last Will 38 W. Granada-Ormond
and Testament of Albert E. Andreas -
flavored gelatin. deceased. BOTTLE GASHARRIS ORange 7-0761
Canned consomme with some in- First publication June 15. 1961.

"T \ ant jF IHlngler}? t cEribunrBUNIYBLL stant minced onion and a pack- June 15-22-29 & July 6-Itc BOTTLE GAS f ROOFER '

age of mixed -frozen vegetables IN TilE CIRCI;IT COURT !SEVENTH J


tender makes a nice "homemade"type IDA. IN CHANCERYl 4268 FLAGLER COUNTY'S ONLY Manufacturers of

of soup in a jiffy. RoofingALL
MRS., M. B. FULLER Editor Plaintiff, j
A bright cake topper uses well- vs. PHONE ID 7.3551 TYPES OF ROOFINGFast
drained fruit cocktail folded DORIS C. HAWK.
Designated OflUUl Public tfest gent Defendant. Help Flagler County Grow Dependable Service '
ly into whipped cream. Spread By Shopping at Home HWY. 1 N. ORMOND
for Public Kctlcc .t Flakier NOTICE TO DEFENDIN
this on just barely warm cake and
ORange 7-5177 7.1793
C.Mty, Municipalities therein sprinkle with nutmeg. FLORIDA: CONCRETE PRODUCTS 1-1

and the State .ff FUrlda .Good punch with popcorn: heat !RESTAURANT
apricot whole fruit nectar with ,residence and adddresa are Your "Q" For ConcreteDial I

dash of ginger and lemon juice unknown RESTAURANT
matter SUE-Z-Q
Entered aa second elaaa YOU ARE HEREBY NOTIFIED CL 3-8113 I

February 4,1013,at the .....t.meeat and serve in mugs. that a suit for divorce has been Lunches-Dinners Sandwiches
Colorful and tasty salad uses brought against you in the Circuit DAYTONA BEACH
Boanell, Florida, under act ol julienne of Court of Flagler County.' Florida OPEN 24 HOURS DAILY
strips carrots beets
In Chancery, by GEORGE A.
March 3, 18T and whole green beans placed Ina HAWK styled as above' and you Quillian's Concrete, Inc. 152 W Granada Ormond Beach
are hereby required to file personally -
mound over shredded lettuce.
or by attorney. with the Clerk Open 6 1411 P.M. at
One year: ......_.= 12.10. Serve with chef's dressing which of said Court at Bunnell. Florida CLEANERS
Biz month. 'US I has been mixed with sieved hard- your answer or written defenses. j I 146 S. Atlantic--Ormond
if any to the Complaint in said
cooked egg. suit, on or before July 24. 1961 I BUNNELL CLEANERSWE
and to serve a CODY thereof ,upon RIGHT ON THE BEACHShrimpSteakChops.Chlcken
for Plaintiff, whose address is GIVE TV STAMPS !
P.O. Box 1566 New Smyrna Beach.
Florida. Oaea Dally S to 6 Sandwiches and Shakes
CRAIG FUNERAL HOMEA. J THE FLAGLER TRIBUNE Is Phone ID '7-3188 Sandwiches and Pies
hereby designated as the. news-
paper in whi-h this Order shall be
H. CRAIG. Funeral Director v consecutive published once weeks.a week for four (4) 115 N. Bay St. Bunnell Ocean Spray Restaurant


m' ,OXYGEN WITNESS hand Used Furniture-Upholstery
my and the seal
CONDITIONED LADY of said Court at Bunnell. Flagler Moods PharmacyFlagler
D I 'I "EQUIPPED County. Florida this 13th day of JOE WELLBORN l
Y ATTENDANT June. A. D. 19 it. County's Corner Drug Store
Clerk of Circuit Court I PRESCRIPTIONS Furniture &. Upholstery

f\ Phone. ID 7-3532" Richard E. Flagler'Conner County. Florida I DRUGS-SUNDRIES GOOD USED FURNITURE,
l Attorney at LawP. I FOUNTAIN SERVICE New Bedding-Mattress Renovating .

: X..MOODY", ,: BLVD. BUNNELL. FLORIDA, New. O.Smyrna.Box un Beach. Florida, I Bunnell Fla. Phone ID 7.3661 Furnltnre Upla.leterlDc-TracJ. c

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Thursday, July..'6, 1961. .. 3'THE .FtAGLEB' TRIBUNE, BUNNELL, FLORIDA> __._ .... PAGE THREE

I''a4deiaE i-h41d;l lI I fected. Petals 'become 'spotted, thy, vigorously growing plants Agricultural Experiment Sta

utDon't later darken and, wither. I I tend to stay healthy with proper'1 tions. <<

ttrBY I let, plant diseases mar Zinna leaf spot fungus over i care.
t winters on the seed and in the I I : The fellow who doesn't always
your prestige as a gardener. Should ,
,, plant malady encroach .1
soil zinnias have been I
where has
j."y MEMDDn Warm, humid weather ahead is domain, contact the rely on experience,
your I
lr grown. Therefore, the seed learned a good lesson. ,
ideal for ailments to ravageyour county agricultural agent. He
I should be treated with Semesan I
T/eO1d' rJ, plants and cut short the 1 has the latest information on :
supply of nosegays. I I before planting. disease control as furnished to' A 19-acre pine tree farm in

From Mary Oventreet,Mallard For a mild outbreak, pull off I him by the University of Florida .' Marion County earned. $595. for
Iowa: I remember in the 1870's So, make daily inspections and 1 and destroy the infected zinna I I its owner in, two years.
the corn was piled on the ground. be ready to act if a disease ap leaves. If this fails, then spray .

We had no cribs and the prairie pears. the plants with Captan.Chrysanthemum I TIE RANDY FAMILY BY LLOYD BifflUKSHAU I

chickens were so plentiful the Remember, a few ounces of leaf spot Is
r men shot them from the window chemicals as prevention are 1 CALLED YOU ABOUT XiLHWETO HOW DVD MADE A
as they came to feed on the corn. another summer disease. Small R3UR TIMES ID COME MAKEORMOND HOWE n
We salted the breasts like beef, worth many ill-fated pounds dark spots appear on the leaves, TO THE s FHONE,!HAAOLD.AN IINTERCOMUe'
after flowers succumb to an incurable -
later dried and smoked them. We gradually increasing until the :. :.. 11i"L .
-whauved the meat like dried beef malady. spots grow together. Numerous 'THE BASEMENT MOF.ARe g

f and made milk gravy like creamed Keep the bifocals adjusted fora I minute black fruiting bodies of ;a. ....
,, .dried beef, not a bad change from glimpse of black spot on roses. fungus appear in the centers of : HOSE GOES '
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r also killed'seven big rattler .
They ailment is especially trouble- tacked first. They turn brown ::' SWITCH
snakes in the yard the first summer -
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no one was bitten. Symptoms include black spotson The control for 'mum leaf spot ,; COUPL.1N6PAL

At times, around 1883, decent leaves showing irregular or is'weekly sprayings with Par- e '
4, country butter sold' as low as 8 radiating .margins. The spots zate. I qJT OFF

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no trees or anything more thana fall. In a severe attack, defoliation petioles. The scabs at first are PHARMACYSick Automotive Specialty Center
haystack to break the wind. occurs, followed by deathto I reddish-brown, later turning ash Room Supplles-Sundries DRAKES RELINED S1R.O5
We'lived in a frame house, the the plant. HOSPITAL SUPPLIES!! PARTS AND LABOR
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Spores of the fungus are First try controlling by prun-
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I aunts and uncles and cousins, too hour' period. trouble on crape myrtle, roses

-used .to spend every Sunday at It's best to prevent black spot and on a number of annuals. AMBULANCE
Grandma's house.Nowadays folks
rather than attempt to cure it. The symptoms include hairy or PHONE VAlley 41625ST.
seem much too busy with other
Some rose gardeners apply pro. powdery grayish-white growthon SERVICE
things. Grandpa and grandma, instead AUGUSTINE, FLORIDA
of being on a farm somewhere tective dusts or sprays at weekly leaves producing a distinctive -

are in the old folks home. intervals throughout the year. t t curling. Never be hesitant about calling a Garcia Ambulance. We
How times have changed. Suggested controls include Phal- For control .of mildew, dust
at service with andEquipped
are: always your promptness safety
(Send c atrlb.Uoni t. this cI.mni tan and Captan. I with sulfur or use a copper ,
Th Old Timer Coma.aU Press re.
setTles. Boa 35. Frankfort Kentaekr.) Zinna leaf spot can give spray. I

trouble. Look for individual cir I There are scores of other diseases With Oxygen Resusitator and Inhalator

cular spots that rapidly become that could invade the gar
irregular. They are reddish- den. The best way to prevent Garcia Funeral HomeP.

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I I tJ he' J. ,ida I I I fected. Petals become spotted, thy, vigorously growing plants+I Agricultural Experiment Sta

.. later darken and, wither. I tend to stay healthy with proper tions. e
"t J>on't let, plant diseases'mar : Zinna leaf spot fungus over- i care. .
winters, on the seed and in the The fellow who doesn't always
your prestige as a gardener. Should a, plant malady en- j
soil where zinnias have been 1
ahead is rely on experience, has
MEMDn! Warm, croach your domain, contact the
grown. Therefore, the seed learned a good lesson.
: Ideal for ailments to ravageyour. county agricultural agent. He i
should be treated with Semesan
1N. Itl'/iM5, plants and cut short the, has the latest information on
supply of nosegays.So I before planting. disease control as furnished to A 19-acre pine tree farm in
For a mild outbreak, pull off Marion County earned $595 for
From Mary him by the University of Florida 1
Iowa: I remember In the 1870'sthe make daily inspections and and destroy the infected zinna its owner in, two years.
I corn was piled on the ground. be ready to act if a disease ap leaves. If this fails, then spray

We,had no cribs and the prairie pears. the plants with 'Captan.Chrysanthemum .- TIE IWIIY FAMILY BY LLOYD BIRM1KGHAW iNQVV
chickens were so plentiful the Remember, a few ounces of leaf spot is
men shot them from the windowsas chemicals as prevention are X CALLED YOU ABOUT \ rt.L HAve tI1D MADE A i
they came to feed on the corn. another summer disease. Small TOUR: T1ME5110 COME \10 AWlS HOWE n
We salted.the breasts like beef worth many ill-fated pounds dark spots appear on the leaves, TO THE PHONE,HASOLDM3U 1w : l'
after flowers succumb to an in- NEVER HEAR ME lHT6icOW1WHEN :
later dried and smoked them. We gradually increasing until the YDlrtJfi IN S fifffiTEM
Tvhauved the meat like dried beef curable malady. spots grow together. Numerous THE BASEMENT A MTEAR 'INTERCOM"I:I Lfi. .
and made milk gravy like creamed Keep the bifocals adjusted fora I minute black fruiting bodies of
dried beef not a bad change from, glimpse of black spot on roses. fungus appear in the centers of : I H 6065
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They ailment is especially trouble- tacked first. They turn brown .0 SWITCH
in the yard the first sum :
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At times, around 1883, decent leaves showing irregular or is'weekly sprayings with Par- o
country butter sold' as low as 8 radiating ,margins. The spots zate. WT OFF

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sold for
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haystack to break the wind. occurs, followed by deathto I reddish.brown, later turning ash Room SuppliesSundriesHOSPITAL DRAKES RELINED 915.05
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old days how the entire family- infect rose leaves within a six- Powdery mildew might give

aunts and uncles and cousins, too hour period.It's trouble on crape myrtle, roses
-used to spend every 'atGrandma's best to prevent black spot and on a number of annuals. AMBULANCE

house.Nowadays folks rather than attempt to cure it. The symptoms include hairy or PHONEVA.y4,625,,
seem much too busy with other
things. Grandpa and grandma, instead Some rose gardeners apply protective powdery grayish-white growth-' SERVICE ST. AUGUSTINE. FLORIDA
of being on a farm some- dusts or sprays at weekly on leaves producing a distinctive -!

where, are in the old folks home. intervals throughout the year. I curling. Never be hesitant: about calling a Garcia Ambulance. We
How times have changed. Suggested controls include Phal- For control .of mildew, dust
at service with promptness and
are always your safety
(Send contributions to this ...'-IDB tan and Captan. I with sulfur or use a copper -
t. The Old Timer, Communltj Press experience
Borvloo. B.x 3s. Frankfort Kentnekjr.) Zinna leaf spot can give spray.

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BAPTIST CHURCH NEWS Visitors with' Mr. and Mrs.!I
PRICES GOOD-Thurs.-Fri.-Sat. July 6-7.8,1961
t Clarence Weaver on Sundaywere
Dr. James Buchannan, pastor Mr. and Mrs. Frank Clod- I ,-.... --=- ..
of the First Baptist .Church of
felter of Canapolis, N. C. Arriving i 303 Del Monte
Saluda, N. c., conducted the on Monday night to spend Grade "A" Western Beef can
morning worship service here I I Early Garden
this week were Mr. Weaver'sbrother Chuck
last Sunday. He was concluding
Charlie Weaver, his sister -
two weeks vacation here with PEAS (
Miss Thelma Weaver, and
; his wife, their two children and
also Mr. and Mrs. William ROAST : 49 $4fOO
his their father.home.They left Mondayfor aker all from Landers, N. C.Mr Lit-I I _. Scans JLHolsum

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The YWA Ceremony of the and Mrs. Theodore Mor- Chuck I I
k Presentation of a Bible to a
. gan and family from South
, bride-elect member was carried Bend, Ind., are visiting with Mr. STEAK 59Round PEANUT
out Sunday evening at this and Mrs. William'' Babbitt this IDl
church when Barbara Babbittwas I I .
presented with a while BUTTER
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Bible. In the circle, there were Bone''Shoulder
Barbara Weaver, Diane'Springer,i Spending the day Tuesday I 2359e
Nancy Fleurie, Holly Golien,'I with Mr. and Mrs. Raymond Roast lb.> 59*

Marie Fleurie, Sharon Springer, I Smith were his brother in law .
Kay Weaver, Judy Stryker,i and sister, Mr. and Mrs,. Energy 18 oz. Kraft
president, and Mrs. M. Brock, Crews and her children, Patsy

sponsor. They were assisted by and Joe, of Hastings.Mr. BARBQSAUCE_
Rev. M. Brock, Dr. and Mrs. J. Western Corn Fed CENTER CUT

Buchannan. Happy The Home, and Mrs. C. E. Morris and I I

Where Christ Abides" was sung! family from Tucker,. Ga., are,!I
by Stanley Springer. The church spending some time here in J Pork Chops lb. 69

was decorated. in fern, white their beach home. bottle 39C

flowers and white candles, ,carrying 'I
out the YWA colors of Mr. and Mrs.' Myles Meeks --- --
green and white. from Jacksonville are taking Wilson's Scott FamilyNAPKINS

two weeks vacation in their

MR. AND MRS. LONNGRENARE .beach home here. Bacon Squares 39
: ST. STEPHENSMr. Mr. and Mrs. Tom Duncan 2 for 23e
and four of ,their -children areaway ----- .
: and Mrs. Bert Lonngren of I I
this week on vacation. Folger's '
Flagler Beach were married in
St. Stephens Catholic Church on They plan to visit with relatives I Ib. JIFFYCORN
in Tennessee and Georgia.Dr. '
afternoon, ,
.. They Saturday were married July several 1st. I COFFEE can 49 BREAD,
Nellie Stephens' arrived '
monts in a civil, MIX
ago ceremony.
this week from Harrison, N. Y., Limit one with $5.00 or more food order
Attending them were Mr. and \
and is .buying a home here.
. Mrs. Domenic Buono of Flagler 6 oz. Folger's IOe
Beach. Officiating in the cere pkg.
Mr. and Mrs. Henry Barditzkyare
mony was Father Conassa. 79e
staying in their home here
On Thursday evening the
during the weekend holidays. .
Ladies Club of the Church were '
, invited to the. Lonngren home They have been living in Eustis j I Quart Can T. ;

!r. for a wedding celebration.. this year. FLOOR WAX
Mrs. ,Frances Ruston from Mrs. George Miles Moody, for 26 oz> can 78qir
Mrs. Leonard Moody and Gary
Jacksonville is spending this .
Watson visited Sunday in .
week here with her brother in Gainesville.Mr. 2l/2 can OsagePeaches "Cleans Toilets"
law and sister, Mr. and Mrs.

.l Clarence Shultz. She accomp- and Mrs. Sidney Whisklerof 4 $$100' SNOBOLbottle
anied Mr. and Mrs. J. Gruverof for
Columbus, Ohio, visited here ,
Jacksonville here and they during the weekend,'with Mr. 2ge
spent Sunday here before goingon
and Mrs J. L. Presswood.
to Orlando.
.Mr. and Mrs. Frank Crotty, CALGONWATER
former .residents now living in Ib ,

i Sarah E Martel Orlando, spent 'several days SUGAR ,5 39 SOFTENER
here with her mother, Mrs. May .
t: NOTARY PUBLIC Hendren, this week. bag pkg. 33e

FLAGLER BEACH Limit one with $5.00 or more food order ---. _
HE 9.2203-Lehigh St. Mr. and: Mrs. Isaac Finley, Sr., ___
f'. xs s v_ s xv from Leesburg, Ga., and Mr. and 21/2 can Showboat HOT SHOT
Mrs. Isaac Finley, Jr., with their I
MoobrsFloral two children from Murfreesboro, < INSECTICIDE
Pork & Beans 2''for 35
ServiceR. Tenn.week., are vacationing here this I Pint Quart

S9C 890
MOODY-Ph., ID 7.3240 Northern ToiletTISSUE
Service Reasonable ,Prices Mr. and Mrs. Peter Dzioba '
and daughters Sally and Nancy I
from Ormond Beach spent Saturday Food King
: ; here with her mother, roll.. 5 OLEO2lbs.

; TV SERVICE. Mrs. 'Nettie Brusich.Mr. I .

ALL MAKES and' Mrs. Clarence Dun I Limit. 3 With order 33TETLEY'S

Agent For can returned to their home hereafter -Size
visiting with relatives in
i RCA & PHILCO Nashville Tenn., two weeks. His S 'I 64 count
sister Miss Minnie Duncan from TIDE
r TUBES & ANTENNAS SOLD Cincinatti, Ohio, returned home pkg 59c TEA BAGS
with them and is spending this I

TUBES TESTED FREE month with them. Limit one with $5.00 or more food order I 680
Once used to waterproof Buddhist -
TV BobFLAGLER Temples in the Orients FROZEN FOODS
I tung oil in paints and'varnishes seeODUCE .
BEACH still affords peak resistance to 10 oz. Birds Eye pkg. White .

PHONE HE 9.2204 I weather, water and acids. STRAWBERRIES 29
f. .
lb. '
-; GRAPES 19
10 oz. Birds Eye BROCCOLI .r
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Protected SPEARS 2 for 59* Sunkist I

', J A new service that we are proud to offer at I '
\-. remarkably low rates. Whether you plan, to Winter Garden LEMONS 39CCarolina 1

. be vacationing'' 3 days .or 6 months-See us MEAT PIES 2 for 3ge dozen

: about your tripsurance.H. CobblerPOTATOES
AGENCY I' S 10 oz. Booth's BREADED

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I bfrrs.: C. H.. Cowart"r returned to' "' STEDMAN SISTERs" I

I her,home Monday in Haw Creek I
'after_undergoing surgery at the I
Halifax Hospital in Daytona

LOCALS Beach.S .' _,

Mr. and Mrs. Bob Revels,haveas I I ,
SSL their guests Mrs., Baxter Sut-
ton, and :Mr. and Mrs. Clarence 4P-fr >
Sue Haines, Mrs. Louella Fleurie ..
I Royal, of Valdosta, Ga. Mrs.
Nancy and Marie Fleurie, and
HUGE SUCCESSThe Sutton is Mrs. Revels mother
Isla Kester. Hospitality chairman -
'" and Mrs. Royal is her sister.
Flagler Woman's Club was Mrs. Louis Hardin and I
served a supper, at five-thirty arrangement chairman was Mrs. I I'I r
Monday evening at the Clubhouse Harold Massie.Contributing. Miss Marilyn Christopher of"rI
honoring the contestants prizes, and flow-''I Orlando,spent: the past weekend I ii
: In the ,Miss Florida East Coast ers were Moodys Pharmacy here visiting with her mother,
Contest Black's Flower' Shop, and Martel Hunter and her sister,
Moody's Floral Service. I Carol Christopher.
The seventy guests were seat I
ed at a U-shaped table which
was beautifully decorated in MISS ALLEN MR. Guests ot Mrs. Daisy Buckles

keeping with 'the 'July Fourth BRATCHERVED*IN 1 during the past weekend was
tl theme. Invited guests includedthe her son in law and ? daughter, _
contestants and their chap- I'QUIET CEREMONY i Mr. and;, Mrs., Brady Wadsworth
erones, Senator Verle Pope, I The marriage* Miss Naomi i and children of Blackshear, Ga.
The three Stedman sisters of Ormond Beach who
Judges, City and County Officials I Eleanor Allen to Mi.,Henry Mar- i
I sented a fire baton twirling number during the Miss
Flagler Boosters and members II soleminized in
vin Bratcher _
S I was 1 Jimmy Camp of WRUF radio I Florida East Coast Contest Monday evening.
of the Press. a quiet ceremony in the First
station in Gainesville spent
Following the contest the Club Baptist Church of .,Port Orange II I Tuesday; here and in Flagler I They are the daughters of :Mr. and Mrs. Harry Sted- .

also sponsored the CoronationBall I Sunday morning, July 2, at ten .Beach visiting with friends. man of Ormond Beach. They are left, Shirley, age 12,
which was attended by approximately thirty. The pastor; Rev. Davis, Junior High Cheerleader and twirler; center, Sue, age
two hundred peo officiated.The I 14, Seabreeze Band Majorette; right, Sandra age 19,
ple. Del-Hi's of St. Augustine Mrs. C. H. Hoglund has returned Junior at the University of Miami; Hurricannette, U.M_
furnished themusic and Tess couple had as their only to her home in Chicago aftera Band of the Hour; and holds the title of "Ibis Princess,"
attendants Mr. and Mrs. Carl
Massie was soloist. visit of two weeks here with University of Miami Yearbook Beauty of 1961.
Bratcher of Bunnell, brother and
the coronation Mr. and Mrs. Louis Trad.
e Following several sister in law pi the bridegroom.The Sue and Sandra were twirling two fire batons while
dance contests were held. S \
bride is _the daughter of Shirley twirled one.
Winners in the slow dance was I Mr. and Mrs. Frank Schwenkand
:Mr. and Mrs. Allen of Daytona
Miss Sandra Gumble and Don- I Theo Weber have returnedto I
Beach. Mr. Bratcher is the son
nie :McNab. Rock and Roll win their summer home in New
of Mr. and Mrs. L. B. Bratcherof 1
ners were Tess Massie and Ed'Gai I Hampshire. On. September 13
Bunnell. The couple will reside -
They will sail on the Queen
in Daytona Beach where .
f Members of the club servingon Mary for a tour of 11 foreign This Coupon Good For
Mr. Bratcher is employed by the
committees were Mrs. Clarence countries They will return to
, I Shultz, supper chairman. City Bus LInes. their home in Flagler Beach on I 25c Off On Any $2.00 or More Purchaseat
, I
She was assisted by Mrs. Reyn- November 1.
old Hoover, Mrs. Inez Crenshaw,. J
Mrs. Esther Heydt, Miss Dorothy Mr. and Mrs. Robert Bertha III Guests of Mr. and Mrs. John Blue Bonnet Thrift Shop
Homans, Mrs., Allen Reyn- of Flagler Beach are the parentsof : Jarosz include their daughter,
olds, M.rs. Tom Galloway, Mrs. a six pound one a half ounce" Mrs. Rosalene Mroz and children Highway No. 17 Seville, fla.
Aubrey Spivey, Miss Marda Lee son ,born at the Flagler Clinic Mary Ann and Greg, of
Rooney, and Miss Gale Munro. and Hospital on June 26. He! Warren, Michigan. Also Mrs. Good Only July 6, 7, 8-You Must Have Coupon,
I On the decorating committeewere has been given the name of:I Irene Davock of Roya Oak, 1 4
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'Exports Show I eign lands and do not reflect IN THE COUNTY JUOGK'S COURT tIN !
the sizeable domestic and intra-
Gain Two YearsIn costal waterway, traffic carriedon CASK NO. 376. !
IN HE: Estate of ,
FloridaForeign: by the' state's ports. Air traf- ANNA SAFARIK.Deceased.. .

fic is also excluded. All data
trade through Flori are based on prelimenary re FOR FINAI DISCHARGE OF
I da's principal seaports showed a ports", the trade body pointedout. NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN

w marked gain in exports, 1959 to that I have filed my Final Returns
I as Executrix of the estate of AN-
By Leslie Pache 1960, and a slackening. of NA SAFARIK. deceased; that I
------- have filed my petition tot distribution -
imports, the Florida.State Chamber and for final discharge, and 'f
WADSWORTH KEEPS ber 0>: vs. Harris and Firemenvs. of Commerce said yesterday. that on July %6th, 1961. I will apply !
to the Honorable T. K. Me- .
ON WINNING I I Clinic. Knight. County Judge of Flagler !

The Wadsworth Lumber Co. defeated t Smiling Jimmy Ward who is "Exports leaving the nine phis wee 'sfpatterns. County. Florida, for approval of
said final returns and for an orderof
the Clinic Thursday night hitting a healthy 533 has been leading Florida ports came to distribution and for final dis-

to ,,make .It.3 ,straight and took I the top slugger for the past six 5,549,650 tons, up 18 per cent ... of charge ANNA as SAFARIK.Executrix deceased.of the will
I', over the lead in the second weeks. Duane Metts is second during the last year. Imports fY AUOUY IAN June 26th 1961.ANTOINETTE.

:! half. I I with a 400 average. J. I. Sheffield totaled 4,979,600 tons a, dropof First publication: June SLOVAK.29th. 1961.

:. Flagler Firemen defeated the : who had a slow start is 13 per cent. The volume of June 29 & July 6-13-0-4tc

;; Harris team to tie the Clinic for coming' up fast, with a 378 av the two together was about one a, IN TilE CIRCUIT COURT OF
second'place. erage. per cent over 1959. IN CHANCERY NO. 4285

Tonight's games will be Lum I ,"Last year's trend of excess ,'GERTRUDE HELEN DANIELS Plaintiff,

BATTING of exports over imports is the 1 ya. iI I JOHN PETER vs. DANIELS

Name Team AB Hits Ave. reverse of the past five.year-I I[ Defendant.
I Ward Harris 30 16 .533 trend through Florida ports as DEFEND
\ f 'r FLORIDA. TO:
'. Metts Harris 20 8 .400 well as through the nation's I I John Peter Daniels

Sheffield, J. I. Wadsworth 29 11 .378 ports. Although a favorable balance Residence are hereby UnknownYou notified that a

Burned, Jerry Hams 30 10 .333 of trade (a larger volumeof suit the has been filed against you in
above entitled cause; and you
Spivey, A. 'Flagler B. F. D. 25 8 .320 exports than imports) is desirable are hereby required to file your answer -
with the Clerk of this Court,
Hull Wadsworth" 26 8 .307 for the nation as'a whole, and to serve a copy thereof upon

Wall Wadsworth 23 7 .305 this does not hold true for Flor- the plaintiff or plaintiff's attorney
whose name and address is:
t '- Pinner Harris 20 6 .300 ida as only a small proportionof ffiI JiW Richard D. Bertone

Deen Flagler C.& H. 24 7 .286 the goods passing through ib Daytona 216 South Beach Palmetto Floridanot Avenue

l. Durrance, T. Wadsworth 32 9 .279 Florida ports is produced in the 1961. later than August 4th, A. D.

DOUBLES BASE ON BALLS state. Florida ports profit from 1J If you fail to do 80, decree pro

( : Ward 4 Burned', D. 13 the handling of large volumesof ,i I confesso you for the will relief be demanded entered against in the

: Spivey, A. 4 Rogers 13 I II' goods moving both in and out said bill of suit complaint.being for The divorce.nature of

Bertha 3 out the state. ? .4330 WITNESS my hand and seal of
said Court this 30th day of June
Burnsed, D. 3 A. D. 1961
i Hull 3 BUNS I "The drop in imports broughtinto (Official Seal)
Florida is a result of abrupt R. A. SMYTHE
TRIPLES Cummins, B. 18 Clerk of said Circuit Court
deviations from normal July 6-13-20-27-Hc
Ward 3 Burned, D. 17
14Robble trade patterns. Trade with Cuba IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF
McGriff 2 Rogers
I and the slowdown of move t., vti EST FLORIDA, SEVENTH JUDICIAL t.
ments of oil and construction A --AIWCUAli IN CHANCERY NO. 4003
materials from foreign countriesare ........ : I I
Mercer for Wadsworth 11 '1 Durrance, T. 2 "'In''+'JIIIDI# IUh- Plaintiff '
the principal factors affect tY'IIIU.U"I1'; vs.
Bertha for Flagler C&H 7 5 Canakaris 2 ...MAA sssnu.sw J. H. MANOR.
Spivey A. 2 ing last years's foreign trade. Anr Defendant.
TMt1AAMlrtl -
lt.tsrrrtrs :
Ward 2i' b...rJ z.rwrwstsnwrn BY CLERK OF THE CIRCUIT
Team AB 'Hits' 2b 3b HB BB Buns I "These factors showed up to ruurcAnswrssaYfKrr.Mu wnu.wsssrrw COURT
Notice is hereby given that the
Wadsworth 259 70 13 4' 3 85 125 varying degrees in each of the arr.' ? undersigned. E. A. Smythe Clerkof
1-J : !rd
the Circuit Court Flagler County -
i' Harris 235 71 9 7 7 36 62 state's ports. Only Pensacolaand Florida will, on the 18th day

Fiagler Clinic & H'osp. 222' 58 15 '6 5 57 .77 Boca Grande showed import of July. 1961. between the hours
7)8 of 11 A. M. and 2 P. M.. at the
Flagler Beach Fire p. 222 58 15 6. 5 57 77 tonnage gains.'Exports increasedin Front door of,the Courthouse, Flag-
Dr... Pattern No. 3330 Adaptable
A ler County, in the City of Bunnell.
I. think Jacksonville, Tampa, Panama .Jacket Drtil-Two part fashion pc.l off Florida, offer for sale and sell at
BO MANUEL ing quarterback: you
City and Port St. Joe. In total theocttf, and thtro you are In a public outcry to the highest and
dIfferentthis best bidder for cash the
Monday morning I had the op- can look for something handled Tampa's whop tquari-rncktd. al..r.f.M princess dr.... described property, situate following and being -
tonnage ,
head fall. No. 3330 coma In sizes 12, 14, 16, 18, in Flagler County Florida to-
portunity to meet our new
A assistant coach from ping 15 per cent gain helped off- 20. In tiz* 14, dress fait 3/i yard of wit:
football coach, Jerald "Bo" Manuel set losses at other ports in the 39-inch fabric jacktt. I J 1Q yard 39- 110 head of, cattle marked
under bit each
Jack will crop at ear and
Cross City, Harding,
who is living at Flagler state total. Panama City, withan Inch. branded TT and ML located on
Beach with his family-Inez, help Manuel. NMC/UWOI Pattern No. 758. Lavghttr what is commonly known as
increase of 8 per cent, was It said to b* good medicine and your the Relay Tract .->f land in the
his wife, and sons Mike six, and the only other port, beside gust will enjoy this tamper. Hot iron South ty. Florida.portion of Flagler Coun-

Stephen 15 months.Bo Some sixty percent of all to- Tampa, which rounded out 1960 transfer No. 758 contain the *ampf.r, Pursuant to the Final Decree of
has been coaching for the bacco produced in Florida; is ir I approximate// x ,1S inch.s, and comp foreclosure entered in the case
ahead of 1959. In addition to (.f. instruction fof stamping, workingand pending in said Court the styleof
past nine years at Clewiston.He rigated. which is WV.. TANNER. Vs.
involved framing.
the above the ports '
i J. H. MANOR and the docket num-
said Clewiston had some were Miami, Port Everglades and Send 35f fo eoch dr**. pattern 25< ber is 4093.'VITNESS.
and in south for each needlework' pattern add lOf my hand and official
good teams developed some Production of
sugar West Palm Beach. for each pattern for first class mailing to seal of said Court this 27th day
good players as the school was Florida is expected to double I AUDREY LANE BUREAU Bo 1490. New of June A. D. 1961
refer to
These figures only (Seal) E. A. SMYTHE
Class A. Bo also told'me that during the next three years. fork I. New fork July 6ltcANOTHER '
with for-
water-bone commerce
he was going to use the T and I
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r' single wing formation.As ,

hard as I tried to sell our

present team, I got no further BIG REASON BEHIND THE BIG BOOM IN FORD SALES

than that he said when practice"

starts he will see what the

f boys look like. Knowing our Ford have features that only America's !

boys, I believe they will be wagons ': .

counting the days to start. .
This is for my Saturday morn. station wagon' specialists can bring you. ,

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.I I Notice la hereby given that a special -
meeting of the owners of land
situated in the Bimini Drainage i..
District In Flagler County Florida
I is' hereby called to be held In the
Commissioner's Room of the Flag-
ler County Courthouse Bunnell.
I Florida on the 11th day of July
A. D. 1961. at 3 o'clock P. M., for
the purpose of electing two mem-
bers of the Board of Supervisors for
the term of three years and for
the purpose of electing a Super-
I \ visor to fill the vacancy caused by
I the death of H. S. Cobb. and to attend 1 I wJL W
to such other business pertaining nere's a wagonload of why There
I to the district that ,may I reasons more are more savings. Ford's Ranch
t' come before' the meeting. people prefer Ford wagons. Wagon is America's lowest-priced,* full-size E

acre At of such land election In the each said and District every There's more room. Ford's extended load wagon. And like all Fords every Ford

shall be entitled to one vote In per- deck is the longest and widest in its field. wagon is built to be more service-free: goes

son or by proxy In writing duly There's convenience. You 30,000 miles between chassis lubrications,
signed for each acre of land owned more can have .
r by him in said District. Guardiansmay I a power-operated roll-down rear window in 4,000 miles between oil changes S

represent administrators their wards. Execu- any Ford wagon. Stop waiting for that wagon you've always
and -
tors may represent
the estates of deceased persona I There's more distinction. The Country wanted. Swap for a 61 Ford wagon now!
\ and private corporations may above is the Sare for a '61 Ford the wagon America B.with
be represented by their officers or Squire ( ) only wagon in its field F.D.A.r.
duly authorized agents. body panels that look like mahogany, loves most! .
It is ordered that this notice be I *B Mtf M I-....rf MMfMUtd td
published each week for two consecutive wear like steel. Today is the day to STOP...SWAP...SAVEr *Iftal.....(rtcw
weeks In The Flagler Tri r
bune. & newspaper published in

I Flagler Date l'61 County.rat"publication Florida. June 29. : BUNNELL MOTOR COMPANY r' .F .4.

'A.D.order. of.Board of .Superviors. ff .
H A. B.' JOHNSTON., President. TELEPHONE IDlewood 7-3301' BUNNELL' FLORIDA

?I t Attest O./;F. AI.FORD.. Secretary. If You're Interested in an > Used Car Be Sure to See Your Ford Dealer .
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Desserts Used *
I ; Compare .Prices- of j Shel--. '

Since Reign ;of Nero 1 j ton's with other ;:'store's:' ,.
making has come and"see ;
Ice cream you save. 1 at Shel-. ;
a long way since Nero tossed.: t. -: .. .' ,
his Iceman to the lions. ton's. !
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II I It Is only in recent times that i I '

the mechanics of freezing ice I TABLE' RITE ,MEATS. 4 : : ylk -i

t. cream has progressed' from hand Lykes Sugar Creek & Drummer Boy Y I
to electricity :
But the treat itself was. no novelty I .. iI
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during Nero's reign I

54.68 Society, the-says.National. Geographic.,!I H PICNICS Ib 31'

Among' the Emperor's violent i .
tastes was a quite normal one I Crisprite 1 tb cello

for frozen desserts. In summer: I Heavy Western Beef Choice Cuts SLICED BACON 49c
slaves were kept busy running : I ,
snow from the nearest white- I CHUCK. ROAST. n, 49c'
capped mountains to Heavy Western Beef ,
i Once, when a shipment of :
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arrived In a state of slush Rome.j DAISY CHEESEBOLOGNA .. tb

\ peevishly executed the. 2 98C I
... in charge. Ibs "
I 69'Armour's
'I .. ALL MEAT STEW, tb i
Washington a Fern TooL Fresh % 1 ,

; George Washington liked ice MULLET PIG ,FEET 6$100 Azalea j

cream, too. In the summer of NECK: BONES Its SMOKED SAUSAGE 59. I
t 1790, Washington bought more J ft,
4 than $200 worth from a shop in i I Ii '
New York, then the federal capi- :::

i tal. There were two pewter "ice
cream pots" at Mount Vernon.The 'ShorteningVEGETOLE I

pots, known only b'y men 31 b. . E
tion in a Mount Vernon inventory I 57 -

t.. probably were similar to I can :
those used Jn the White House
/ during the Madison Administration II Limit one with $5.0p or more food order

180917. In those days a .. TOP VALUE STAMPS
container of whipped cream mix Maxwell House 6 oz. jarINSTANT
was shaken in a wood bucket of Limit one to ADULT ,
\ coupon I
ice and salt until frozen.Dolley .
Madison's desserts were I COFFEE 79 with $5.00 or more food order at

I so delectable that they were described SHELTONS SUPER MARKET .
-3 in mouth-watering 'detail
in Washington social sol- Big Dip |This Coupon Expires July 8, 1961

umns. ICE MILK 43c' .
Pretty Dolley also had served I/ gallon
sumptuous: iced delicacies when
she played the role of White Shurfresh' Plain or Buttermilk I \1 I
House hostess for widower Chicken of the Sea \
Thomas Jefferson. In 1802 a .BISCUilTS: 6' 49c; _. ...' '
New York congressman wrote cansCHUNK TUNA 29c' or
his wife a, glowing letter abouta V2 can
dinner that. he had attended. BLEACH quart 10' 1 0 <

The dessert, he said, was frozen ,
I fruit juices' sweetened and Henderson's -,
shaped like a ball, .enclosed in \'
hot pastry, and,smothered with 'I
rich, heavy cream.
*t Ice cream making was an exhausting 'f
l' task until '1864, whenan .
ingenious young woman SUGAR 5 Ib. bag 39

named Nancy Johnson rigged
'up a crank that would turn the :
I container of mixture in the ice- ;
filled bucket. Hers was the first
hand-cranked freezer, and there Limit one with $5.00 or more food order
have been no essential changesin ,
+ the home freezer to this day} ,
though electrically operated
models are now available. '
Fancy: Ga.PEACHES. -
I Dole 6
: oz. canPINEAPPLE
Wholesale Industry Founded .
2 Ibs25c ',: : JUICE 459c
', forLarge .
The commercial manufactureof _
ice cream began in 1851-the Sweet Morton's 8 oz. pkg.
-_ same year in which the first ice RED GRAPES v tb '19c : MEAT PIES 3 for 69c

I, .making the United machine States.was patentedin Fresh Picked' .. Mrs. Smith'sBLACKEYED

,t The founder of, the wholesale PEAS., 2 ,lbs 29c ; -;:::. NEOPOLITAN PIES 59c'1 ; ," ,
'ice cream ,industry was a Maryland ... -_ -_. ."C"- .
f Quaker, Joseph Fussell .
who went into the venture to FREE $100
25 1 SALE
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t dispose of surplus cream on his
Baltimore milk routes. Baltimore' TOP VALUE STAMPS
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marked the of lr.Fussell's with the purchase '
centenary of'h f30' oz..
ur 3 can FRUIT Golden or Reg. 46 HAWAIIAN .
.enterprise by.erecting 3 Ib. can
a memorial tablet at the site of BAKE RITE COCKTAILSunlite :. 4 $1 L 00, PUNCH 3. .$100
i his factory. & this coupon for for

Invention of the freezer and This coupon void 7-8.61' an.
I wholesale production methods 303 : Nehi CANNED

) salons swiftly of took the ice wealthy cream from and put the 100 FREE TOMATOESShurfine 8 for $1-o DRINKS 12 for $100

it on the workman's table. A
New York newspaper wrote in Tall Van .
with the purchase of can Camps 2Vz can -
1 July, 1851, "When the,heat drops
.: down like a burning pall, when PICNIC rUGS y EVAPMILK 8 $100. PORK & BEANS 4 $1
the sky is as brass ,above and for for
t the ocean, breeze sinks fainting and this coupon
on Manhattan's edge New York This coupon void 7-8-61 QUANTITY RIGHTS
t especially panting, gasping, ----- / RESERVED
sweltering business New York- I
throws itself like a thirsting lion 100 FREE PRICES GOOD

t upon the Ice cream freezer., TOP VALUE STAMPS 1 i Thurs.-Fri-Sat.
:with the purchase of July 6-7-8, 1961 '
Authorized Evlnrude Dealer LIGHTER thnr FrL 8 AJ REPAIRS and this coupon sat. 8 JLM. 9 P. M.
t Dockage Storage Free Ramp This coupon void 7-8-61 "THE FRIENDLIEST STORE IN TOWN" BUNNELL FLORIDA
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Two chimpanzees became language, its behavior- closley arrived after dark:.at an African chimpanzee who took the start. J

J .: / Chimps Exchanger famous for their skill as painters. paralleled a human child's.A I I river landing stag As he start led collector' by the hand and

Bikes for Rockets Congo, of, the London Zoo, notable domesticated. chimpanzee ed ,groping along a faint pathto him to his master.
used a brush, while the lateBetsy lived in West Africa" at call' on,,a man who lived in lIed ,

f Chimpanzees accept rocket of the Baltimore Zoo, pre the turn of the. century. : Dr the jungle- Dr. Ansorge saw' a CARD OF THANKSI

( travel as readily these days as ferred finger painting. Betsy's A. E. Ansorge, an English'' zoo. lantern moving<<;>> toward him. The I would like to

they once took to roller skates colorful, uninhibited canvases logical collector, related how: he light. was carried by a. young express my
sincere, appreciation to my
': and bicycles. bore such titles as "Explosion in --- --
E friends for their visits, flowers,
For years the talented apes the Lasagna Factory. I cards and prayers, during my
Trade in
: t '- have entertained man with their Sunky, another Baltimorean, I : your .Community; illness in the Halifax Hospital.
i antics in zoos and on stage. Now likes to His efforts
Your has
.l type. some- ... thoughtfulness meant
they are riding rockets as pioneers :
times suggests fragmentary more to me than words can ex-
of space travel. poems. One composition read, press. Sincerely,
. A champanzee has skeletal, / We if /
"Hop up pig err we Mrs. C. II. Cowart.

muscular, and nervous ,sx$ ems (laugh) at your / Ugly try." .
:; imilaT"to''those of man. Its' reactions I -
a 4 aloft may indicate how As chimpanzees grow older, FREE PAINT
they often become bad temper '
an astronaut will respond to s.1L .
" ed. Performing chimps have One extra gallon of your choice
similar situations.
L. suddenly flown into a rage on with each Ballot' you buy
Travel in BandsChimpanzees stage, stamped violently, and Mary Carter Paint Store .
: leaped down into the orchestra.An .
Almo We at Kate Shooplng Outer
II enraged adult chimp is
of the genus Pan, range widely
r over western and central equa. dangerous, the Society pointedout

tonal Africa. Traveling in bands I I because he is enormously I CLASSIFIEDADS

usually of 8 to 18, they lope powerful. Though a large male ,
'. through the jungles in search ( chimpanzee stands only about 5 I .

.I of ruits, berries, nuts, and leaves.At feet and weighs some 150
the pounds, he is more than a match I
nightfall, chimps weave
for the L-- LUtlngs under hU heading are
strongest man.
branches into nests and camp in 3 cent per word each Insertion,
trees. The male leader of the 75: cent Li minimum elaarp.I .
Chimps ore Intelligent > Seven is lucky num- savings to in I -- -
your you community
family occupies one tree, the Ocean housekeeping
ber if you trade at home. stores. CREDIT MostHere's (
The ranks
/emales and young another. chimpanzee as one ments, 1 and 2 bedrooms compete
Even in the jungle, chimpanzees of the,most intelligent animals. why- local stores have credit
with linens and all utilities.
you plans and invite you to use
show traces of the behavior Confronted by a banana sus-
I Sun deck, fishing, swimming,
j! buy from local merchants them. SATISFACTION .
that delights audiences. They pended out of reach and boxes
week month.
you know you are dealing Your l local merchant backs I Day, or
perform crude, stamping dances, ; scattered near by, a chimp will
with men who have earned his merchandise and guar Sun Sea Manor, Flagler Beach.
: ;pound rythmically on hallow'trees pile up the boxes to reach the HE 9.2082 7-6tf
I community: respect through antees satisfaction. APPRECIATION -

and sometimes adorn fruit. honest, dependable service. ,. Every sale,
themselves with leafy branches 'I Chimpanzees brought up in SICKNESS. SEE AND MAKE.
SERVICE Your local large'or small, is important
and flowers.' human families behave remarkably I local OFFER
: merchant is as.near as your to your merchant and
It is easy to train chimpanzees I like children in their early telephone. COURTESY he appreciates your busi Large 2 bedroom stucco house,

for the stage, because.theyseem I years. One such chimpanzee You get prompt, friendly atness.. sleeping porch, fireplace, large

to enjoy performing. Peter, I I:I scribbled, cut with shears, and l tention at home. FAIR PRICES Trade at home for your I kitchen, outside shower for bath

a star chimp, learned to do 56 built :with blocks, showing about Low overhead means own: and community's sake. ers. One block from ocean, Flag
separate acts in sequence. He' the same skill as a child ler Beach, Central at 22nd Street.

sat down at a table, unfolded I I I of comparable- age. The ape This Community Ad Sponsored By Owner Lloyd. 7-6-2tp
a napkin, tucked it under' his even made up games, such as

chin, and went through the entire i I'I![pulling an imaginary toy on an The Flagler Tribune FOR room RENT house-$50.00.Furnished Also one furnished bed-

routine of eating a meal. i imaginary string. Except for
one bedroom apartment $30.
Mrs. H. F. Wray. 6-29-2tc
FOR RENT furnished J
-one apartment -
r Ask your dealer about a real l cool extra-cost air ,' call
option-Chevrolet conditioning. Harris Applianceand
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": J ...... ,.. FOR SALE-cabinet sewing machine
=! H, ") nrraswwnsSummertimeand in very good, condition.
:t ,:M : ..f. 't Reasonable
;. i;': ': 'y'.1 .... ,."'. price. Phone liE 9-
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I IS ji1 fflh;....!' ..l "'::;1( :, ..' ':l 6-29-3tc
1 < = "' j'y.iiw..nwvw }; FOR RENT-Unfurnished large

::1.: ....... jv 2-bedroom 'garage apartment.Call .

f.f HE 9.2318, or see Zeke
Chaffee. 11-17-tf

: .v SEPTIC TANK-cleaning reason.
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'i"i'- .- -. \._ ., S.. able rates. George Jarosz, PhoneID
.I y 1'.4 % .i 7-3410 3-2 to 8-24-tp
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!. FOR RENT furnlsned 2 bedroomone
.....; 4 a: bath house, Daytona Ave.,

s .; Flagler Beach. Completely ren-
t. qvated. $65.00 per month Keys
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...- ..'' can be picked up at Sullivan'sGulf
4t 4t I Station. Nov 10-tf

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