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 13, 1961
Publication Date: -1981
Frequency: weekly
Subjects / Keywords: Newspapers -- Bunnell (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Flagler County (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Genre: newspaper   ( marcgt )
newspaper   ( sobekcm )
Spatial Coverage: United States -- Florida -- Flagler -- Bunnell
Coordinates: 29.4675 x -81.256944 ( Place of Publication )
Dates or Sequential Designation: Began in 1917?
Dates or Sequential Designation: -69th year, no. 36 (Sept. 3, 1981).
General Note: Mrs. M.B. Fuller, editor.
General Note: Description based on: Vol. 43, no. 20 (June 2, 1955).
Funding: Funded by NEH in support of the National Digital Newspaper Project (NDNP), NEH Award Number: PJ-50006-05
 Record Information
Source Institution: University of Florida
Holding Location: University of Florida
Rights Management: All rights reserved. Board of Trustees of the University of Florida
Resource Identifier: aleph - 001024369
oclc - 33425664
notis - AFA6237
lccn - sn 95047251
System ID: UF00079914:00237
 Related Items
Preceded by: St. Johns tribune
Succeeded by: Palm Coast news
Succeeded by: Flagler/Palm Coast news-tribune

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.l'.: New 1961 Queen I School Board Budget J'

Thanks Officials: I'I
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q- Following is a letter from Drastically Reduced
Miss Florida East Coast of 1961 ,

4 y 'which was sent to the Flagler I __ __ _
County 'Boosters. The New Miss Some Members Think

3 4 Florida East Coast is Miss Lynne Dr. ReynoldsNew ,

( f1 Shirley of Jacksonville who was Borrowing Funds Will

selected from a group of 14 contestants President .

I $ on July 3 .at Flagler [ Soon Be Necessary {
; Beach. Of Businessmen
The Flagler County School
/ Miss, Shirley has accepted the I Dr. Allen Reynoldds was elected Board has been having budget

invitation to .be present at the to serve as president of the troubles, along with, any other
dedication of the Flagler Beach I Bunnell Businessmen's Association counties of Florida an other

Post Office on July 23, and she at their meeting Monday states, as costs of education con
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said she will be happy to par night. Named to serve with tinues to climb.

,.. .... ticipate in local functions dur : him .as vice president is Dave For instance, the school board
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i -- ing her year as Mis Florida East Perryman. here voted last May to continue

Left is Senator, Verle Pope of St. Augustine who crowned the Coast. I Named to serve as temporary employing six teachers at Flag /

I "Miss Florida East Coast of 1961" in a ceremony at Flagler Beach Dear. Mr. Malphurs, Honorable secretary was Leo Baker who ler Beach school.Taut at a meeting

July 3, following the contest. Mayor, City Commissioners, will serve until the 'Directors can held last Friday it reversedits
Center is Miss Sharon Reagin of Orlando who was in the finals I County Commissioners and work out plans for a part time decision and cut one off.

of the contest. She was sponsored in the contest by The Flagler Friends, You are indeed the paid secretary for the Associa Then after a delegation of par.
.. Tribune. I Ir ents from the Beach strongly
greatest! May I thank you a-
r{' ._ Right is M. B. Fuller, owner of The Flagler Tribune. I'I'I gain for inviting me to compete tion.The Board of Directors will : protested cutting off one teacher, '

Photo by Bob Fisher. for Miss Florida East Coast. i meet Friday night to work out. they voted Tuesday to put the

I i plans for the annual member teacher back on.
Our short stay Jiujrour fine i In fact, School Supt. Z. D. Holland
fr" School Cafeteria I ship drive which will be launched
Ted SkowronskiPasses community was indeedT; most soon. said,. the tentative budget "

pleasant My title will be submitted by him, as required .
Away Manager Resigns J I borne with dignity and my by law, had been reduced all

i :Mrs. Norma' Turner has resigned crown worn with deep greatful- Screwworm Battle I II along the line, although the
I as manager of the Bun. i ness to all of you who were in I board voted to assess 185 mills

On Monday nell School Cafeteria, Supt. Z. the least way connected with !, this year over 16 mills last year.

D. Holland said today. Mrs" the Pageant. I note with pride BL: fa.Stepped Up The increased millage _should, it
t. Theodore Skowronski of Bun. Turner has been employed in that of all the beauty contests in I I current battle againstthe was estimated, bring in about

nell passed away at his home the Cafeteria for the past;seven I the area, ours -was'the, only one I screwworm is being stepped $20,000 additional money.

early Monday following a long teen years ,serving as manager to make TV.. I I up sharply this week, Commis- J Among the reductions the 1
't' ,Illness. He was a native of I accept with_ o J your board made
: for sixteen years. I ggure !1 I jsioner !'f Agriculture' Doyle: was one to pay
"'- Detroit Michigan- ,came here .. .;111''Holland- said ;the -Board...invitation,bepfeentfor: the II Conner,-annuonced today: I "increment .award" for superior r
---j bHy:tour ,years ago to reside. would receive applications for J, Dedication of your new Post Eight hundred thousand sterile teachers after this next school i I
He was a retired carpenter and I Office on July 23. year. The ,teachers have been
the position up until nine A. M., I screwworm flies are due to
was 85 years of age. He was August 8. My love and best wishes to arrive today by plane at Panama receiving from $200 to $500 per

... a member of the Catholic Mrs. Turner said she 'is planning the Boosters are included in this City air Port from the U. S. year under the program. The
Church. to enter school to becomea note. My Mother also sends Department .of Agriculture's research board voted not to put any
her regards. My Father is sorryto other teachers on the "increment
practical nurse.Hamburger. 'at Kerrville
He is survived by his wife, labratory '
have missed the Pageant; as award" after the next
\ Stella of Bunnell; two daughters, Texas. They will be dispersedby program
it was unbelieveable that Flag school but to institute thestate's
Mrs. Robert :Moody of Bunnell air over the area around year
1 Fry ler Beach being as small as it
plan for paying $400 a
I and Mrs. Bill Zahul of Dearborn, Bonifay, Florida where an
is could have had such a
year in "competence awards" to
outbreak of the deadly live-
Michigan; one son
.J beautiful and successful
teachers who are evaluated by
Skowronski of Detroit Michigan. stock pest was discovered last
*- Also surviving are nine grandchildren Alfred Tucker, president of the test.My month. taking national examinationsand
: little brother wants us to being in top 30 cent of
and fourteen great Flagler County Cattlemen Association The native female screwworm per
sell our house here and move all those in the county.
grand children. said a Hamburger Fry fly mates only once. After mat
The said at the for the Cattlemen and their to Flagler Beach. where people. ing with a sterile male, she lays Perhaps the greatest disagreement
Rosary was catch big fish. I I
Funeral Wednesday I families will be held tonight I.i only eggs that do not hatch and resulted from the states
Craig Chapel on
Lynne Shirley, Miss Florida '
(Thursday) at 7:30 P. "M. The .1 thus the native fly population recomendation regarding school :
evening at eight, o'clock. ,
East Coast of 1961. I
Funeral service was held from event will be held in the dining I is gradually wiped out. f transportation. The state recommendations -
room of the Masonic Hall and I Sterilized by gama rays at the provided for the elimination ;
St. Catholic Church of
will informal affair. State Crown Council I of two school bussesat
Korona at 9 o'clock Wednesday strictly an [ rearing laboratory at Kerrville,
... morning with Father M. Manes He said all Cattle Association the flies are packaged there saving in cost of $3,000. The
members and their families are Commerce Chambers I 440 to a box. On arrival, at board voted to continue bus
Pallbearers were Paul Stanish, invited to attend. 1 I Panama City they are stored in transportation as is existed last i

Andrew zalewski, Jerry Slovak, !I Queen on August 26 a temperature controlled reefer school ,term. !

r-- Stanley Smigielski, Ted Smigiel- W. E. FINLEY ...., until ready for loading on the Supt. Holland said that he
ski, and Barney Trojan. EMPLOYED AS > I'I. The Florida Crown Council of dispersal plane. offered an alternate plan where.

Interment was in the Korona J AG.TEACHERv. Chambers of Commerce is now According to Dr. 1E.. Mead. by the transportation saving of
I in its third successful year of dows, Jr., chief of the State'sscrewworm $3,000 could be made and that
Catholic Cemetery.Pleasure \ E.Finley of Live. Oak has
been employed as Vocational 'I I working for the Northeast or control, no new infestations no child would have to walk

I Agriculture Teacher for the Bun Crown area of Florida. have ,been discoveredon any further distance than he I
Boat The activities of the Crown livestock in the Bonifay did last term. The board also
,School Z. D.
nell High Supt.
Council have, so far, been moreor for the past two weeks. However, voted. this proposal down
Holland said today. Finley
.. Owners Warned will replace' Jimmy Ward, who less of an industrial nature. aerial dispersal of sterile flies The transportation Item of the
I Now the thoughts of these serious is expected to continue for sometime tentative budget, as adopted, ex- *
-On Registering resigned to accept a position in I minded Chamber of Commerce at a rate of one million to ceeds amount appropriated In
the 'vocational agriculture Department ..
p ople'will be focused 1* million per week. the Minimum Foundation pro
: Ernest Mitts director of the of Putnam 'County. upon female, beauty.On I gram over 15This means that -'
Salt Water Division, of the State Mr. Finley has already assumed 26 the the ,
Saturday, August NEW ENGLISH state has, the authority to
Board of Conservation announced his duties as Ag. Teacher 1
reigning beauties from each of presribe regulation under which
; today the following proce here. His family will join him I the 15 counties, in the Crown TEACHER FOR I. the county may operate their

dure for pleasure boat owners on August first and they will I area will assemble in Jacksonville BUNNELL HIGH transportation system. That Is,
who buy new boats during the I reside in the Raymond Smith
Beach. There a panel of i designate bus routes, approve
month'- of July, 1961. |Home on Highway U.i judges will select the most Averley Brown of Seth, West i salaries, etc.Estimated. ..
Mitts said that i Virginia, has been employed as I
any person I beautiful and shapely of the expenditures in the
who boat during I CIGARETTETAXES English teacher for the Bunnell
a pleasure group. .. |I budget are more than estimated
July must carry their bill | FLAGLER The winner will, be crowned High School. Mr. Brown will I receipts, the difference to come
of sale on board while operatingthe OF COUNTY I.I with the honorable title "Queenof fill the vacancy caused by the out of the operating funds on

boat until August 1, 1961. I Municipalities of F Jag I e r the Florida ..Crown." resignation of Mrs. Myrtle Cock. hand of about $42,000 from

.'He said that after August 11 I county have received from the The Florida Crown area con man who 'retired.BROTHER which school expenses must be .j

the new boats must be regis :State Beverage Department the sists of the'following 15 Northeast paid from July 1 to tax receiptsin

tered. This may be done at any monthly disbursement for taxes Florida counties: Alachua IN LAW December. Last year, there

Tax Collectors office'In the state. on. cigarettes sold In the corporate Baker, Bradford, Clay, Columbia, OF W. E. ,KUDRNA I was spent $15,000 more than receipts -
Fees for registering' the boat limits of the municipalities Duval, Flagler, ,Gilchrist, Hamilton ., J f using part of the operate '
will. be the same as before.. from the collections for the Levy Nassau, Putnam,1 PASSES AWAY ing fund to make up the dif
Pleasure, boat owners will be month of 'May. St. Johns, Suwannee and Union. I W. E. Kudrna received word ference. .

given. the month of August to The following amounts were Entries in this contest Will be last 'week of the death of his It Is expected that money will'
register. or,register their. boats. received'by the various cities limited to sposfiecships of coun brother In law M. M. Dolezal, have to be borrowed before December .
Enforcement of this law,will 'Beverly Beach $59.90; Bunnell, ties Cities or Chambers of Cam-. of White River, S. D. Funeral to pay expenses of the

begin on September 1, 1961 he $2,077.03; Flagler Beach. $99635; merce representing one or more 1 service was held there Monday system, even with the reductions

concluded. and Marineland, .$89.57. j of the counties or cities. I of this week.. ..made in the budget.

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[bush; plants, while the last one low, halo. The trellises are painted leaf I of scrap will make;.&t.lasting:
Qa4deKIAPiieIoH is climbing' rose. 'Some' ,of theolder I Infected leaves tugi yellow green to bl.,d ',wit&-the*- foli resting place |or o epenT*.and

:varieties' that grow' well and, loIJJ: ,.pl.of .!. Inc se age. vines. Best of all such \ r fses.
? I[here are",red 'Tom; Thumb, rose- complete defoliation, the,' 'Treiyses, .cpnsaoce l :.of .similar hale.the opollt. o; flo ver'cutting -
Miniature roses have: special I pink Roulletti, pink} Pompom de plant 4H& .item or. any jarnal-gamation /

appeal. I''I[Paris and, red, Oakington Ruby. Prevention"of.:black,.spot:s-thug.
The Cinderella is the''favorite .of best approach. Many rose fanciers ?

Hybrid The tiny Teas blossoms, measure, resembling only an! most visitors who tour Dr. Me- : spray or dust their'rose' AREA BuSiNESS 'j DIRECTORY 1

inch across: when fully opened. Fadden's rose trial plots. It is gardens weekly throughout the

Univers-ity.II year. as a safety tmeasgre.! ,Other.
You can use. them as cut gardeners apply ,fungicides only AIR CONDITIONING-HEATING ,FUEL OILKING'S
; flowers, in arrangements and 1 you a' bush of this petite plant during the rainy,season.,A number J _
for typing into :small corsages.: I from tip-north growers: this 'fall. : of new chemicals are: ,said FLORIDA AIRCONDITIONING J, TRUCK STOP

The plants. when potted make I I to .be"effective, but old stand-by I CO. I PHILLIPS 68 GAS&'OILS
miniature Of ,lac.
dill .roses .1JWdp- Dcytoao -
fine patio specimens. I pear to grow well in Florida remedies include ,either manebor AIR. rriONINGHEATINff I! J. L. IRwN. P sop.Lubrication'l .
captan. '
One wag, said he grew miniature provided I they are/ grafted Qn : GENERAL SHEET .METAL i ireS-Ba4tterle$,
roses because they. were ,in,II I Rosa fortuneana. Popular deimand "Wero' Proud 'of-Our Wodc" :Fuel 011.. Kerosene_ Tractor Fuel"
proportion to the size of. his!I may soon tempt local Here is a unique, idea for at- 330 :Walker. Holly:Hill OR '1- 1OJUTOSEBVICE I U.S. 1 N. Bunnell _- ID 7-3573-

compact car and his ultra.small ,I I nurserymen to propagate these tractive trellis work. FloridaAgricultural -- f.-- --- _. u --- --- -

house squeezed on a pint I[grafted plants, predicts the or- .Experiment Station, -- y i GARDEN SHOP_
size lot. namentalist 'workers have constructed a McDANIEL'S I ,Gray's Garden Center
I 'nu-mbe'r. vineholders from Service Station I Headquarters; for Gardening Need+
But regardless of the reasons, ,
With reasonable care miniatures discarded & .
storm fence posts as Ceramics, ; Gifts Dry Arrangement
these deicate, thorny flowering, produce more blooms than STANDARD OIL PRODUCTSTiresBatteriesM Materials
standard, decked with 'bent sections
plants can add beauty to your!I the larger varieties of roses. of tossed away refrigeration inor Repairs Annuals Shrubbery Fertilizers-
garden. To discover ,the best. I Both types require the same coils. ;Bunnell, ID-7.7119 TORO LAWN MOWEBS"I
to miniatures, Dr.I I 147 Tomoka Aven'ue-Ph. OR 7-051T
way grow :conditions for best growth. ORMOND
Sam McFadden, ornamental Biddle ,Gulf ServiceGASOILLUBRICATION I I _
horticulturist,with the Agricultural I Roses like fertile soil and PAL PARKER'S. INC. HARDWARE_
Experiment Stations, has I plenty of sunlight along with Automotive Specialty Center
'tested a number of small roses. good drainage. The soil pH PARTS AND LABOR I I
should range between 5.5 and FORDCIIEVROLETPLYMONTHOTHERS 7 .M.-10 P.M.-7 Days Exclusively at
He has had good results with 910.95 State&Lambert US 1-ID 7-7190 'I J
6.5, as extremely acid or alka-
the 'Tom Thumb" rose grafted 540 Mason Ave. DaytonaCommunity 1: FLAGLER BEACHHARDWARE 1 1I
line soils
on one-foot standards of Rosa usually produce poor Colonial Service Station Ir "
fortuneana rootstock. The re : EARL E. RICE. ProprietorGASOILLUBRICATION 11 I
Beach HE 9.2103I
I Flagler
searcher favors this rootstock Reasonable care also includes'
because it to be resistant : I MOTOR TUNE-UP I i I
appears watering and fertilizing when 1
to soil-borne diseases and i I needed, protection from insects. Memorial ChurchInterdenominational GOODYEAR TIRES & BATTERIES I I I' Village Hardware Center
to pesky root eating nematodes.: and disease prevention. u.s.. HIWAY 1 BUNNELLED'S t tI I HOUSE PAINTS
t 1'I Match and mix any color
The grafted roses made very t Black spot is the worse disease AIR CONDITIONED I Builder's Supplies Kitchenware
good growth with minimum care I of roses. Symptoms of the Daytona Ave. PURE OIL STATION GIFTS GREETING CARDS

and produced a large quota of I[fungus are spots on leaves FLAGLER BEACH Specializing in Wash & Waxing AlA Ormond Beach CL 2-0420
blossoms. I showing irregular or radiating Batteries-Accessories
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Sunday School 10:00 A.M.
New varieties tried included margins. The spots vary from MINOR REPAIRS I I I JEWELER
Church Service 11:00 A.M.
pink Cinderella, Red Imp, rose. I[pinhead size to half the width u.s. Hwy. 1-Dunnell-ID 7-3138 I
pink Midget, Cutie, Robin and the leaf. The larger spots R. W. DICKERT. Pfl.tor BRENNAN Jewelers
Pink Cameo. The -first ones are IOf are surrounded by a yel- I EVERYONE WELCOME BAR AND PACKAGE STOREBAMBOO I Diamonds-Diamond Setting
& & &
Fine Jewelry and Gifts

I BAR LOUNGE& COCKTAIL I Hamilton, Bulova, Benr sWatches

I Watches-Jewelry-Clocks Repaired
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FROM 9 II 60 E. Granada-ormond-oR 7-5056

Ocean Blvd AlA Flagler Beach

: MILLAND BAR AND Ormond Furniture Bedding Co.and !

I Eddie & :Mary Shultz. Props. i
$10 Tradein Covers Down PaymentR. .
9 a. m.-2 a. m-Sun. 1 p. m. 2 a. m. I 68 Granada, Ormond Ben. OR-6-I11
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3 mi. N. of Flagler on AlA j r OVERSIGHT KITCHENETTES
Open 7 A.M.-ll P.M. DAY-WEEK-MONTH
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STEEL I Paints-Finishes
Paint Sundries-Wallpaper
Flagler Beach HE 9.2254
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:::: can you picture your family HOME FLAGLER OWNED COUNTY'S GAS COMPANY ONLY Cement Manufacturers Tile RoofingALL of

simmering: this summer? Help Flagler County Grow Dependable Service
By Shopping at Home HWY. 1 N. ORMOND

r L-f.:;. air condition electrically NOW! CONCRETE PRODUCTS I RESTAURANT ORange 75177. 7-1793

', Your "Q" For ConcreteDial

\ Plan now for real summer comfort for your family. Enjoy CL 38113DAYTONA SUE-Z-Q RESTAURANT

crisp, cool, mountain-fresh weather inside your home-no Lunches-Dinners-Sandwiches
matter how hot and muggy and sticky the air may be VENTILATING FANS OPEN 24 HOURS DAILY ,

.. outside. In addition to providing cool comfort, Electric Air ARE WONDERFUL AIDS Quillian's Concrete, Inc. 152 W Granada-Ormond Beach j

Conditioning filters out irritating dust,and pollen controls TO COOL COMFORT Open 6 A.M.-11 P.M. at ,

.,. humidity,.locks out street noises makes housekeeping easier They remove hot,stale air CLEANERS i I I 146 S..Atlantic-Ormond I
'.. and helps prevent mildew caused by excess moisture. -draw in clean fresh air.
,!\: '" I For complete comfort-summer and winter-investigate I I BUNNELL CLEANERSWE RIGHT ON THE BEACH

:,i"., year-round Electric Air Conditioning.Why GIVE TV STAMPS ShrimpSteakChopsChickenSandwiches I

:.:; delay when happier, healthier living for your entire a t I Open Phone Dally ID 7-3188 B to 6 Sandwiches and and Shakes Pies

: family, costs so little Sunshine Service Electricity,is now a % u+.nni A BREAKFAST ANYTIME ; I
',,,--,. bigger bargain than ever. Buy Electric Air Conditioning on fltcmc '- t 115 N. Bay St Bunnell Ocean Spray Restaurant ; p.
I the"Whole House" or the "Add.a-Room.a-Year"'ptan. AlA 1 Mile South of Pier
;.:,.. See your electric appliance dealer today.- DRUG STORES I t'I:I
Used Furniture-Upholstery
i.1 ; Moody's PharmacyFlagler t \
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>,:h.;: '- ?5 k ."/G/a'itameless iiz a. County Corner Drug Store
) .... .. PRESCRIPTIONS Furniture & Upholstery Ii .

HELPiNQ BUILD FLORIDA .;'.. FOUNTAIN SERVICE New Bedding-:-H&ttrea* Renovating
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-ThursdayJuly 13,, 1961' THE, FLAGLER TRIBUNE lJUNNEtI",,. FLORIDA.. .* Y .' ..- PAGE THREE j.J j.
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STAINS" .. l
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; Summertime is 'outdoor time, k \

and the tiomemakef i' likely'to
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find grass, foliage, and flower -

N stains a summer laundry ,probe Showboat: t1

lem. These stains
I common can '
; be safely .removed from most PORKBEANS: I-

washable clothing, if the treat.I .

I orient"is suited to the fabric, say .Oc

textile chemists.;; ,303 can 1R iM fer :

If you know the fabric is 1 .

washable, first try rubbing soapor Dawn Fresh, 1 \

synthetic detergent into a : .
plant stain, and washing the )
.} arment. Or, if a test on an inside SAUCE r T.UQlUMIf\ ... ... I
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edge of a seam or other -

i hidden part of the garment 10c ...
shows alcohol won't affect the
, can ..
j dye, sponge the stain.with alco- S.- .
( hol. Use alcohol diluted with s. L

water on: acetate fabrics. Blue Bonnet .

For stubborn stains, can '
you OLEO
use a sodium perborate bleach.
\ Heavy Western Beef CHOICE CUTS
Sprinkle the moist stain with 27c

t bleach, gently cover they gar- 1 lb. qtrs.

ment with a solution made of

1 tablespoon of sodium perbo- -Bone Steak 9S .
rate per pint of water, and let I ShurflneMAYONNAISE

it soak several hours or over-

night. Use cool water for wool,

silk, and Dynel, and hot water Full CutRound Western Center Cut

for other washable fabrics. Rinse 35' PORK CHOPS 69C
well.If pint STEAK 79C49C II'>
Rib tb Lean MeatyMonogram

the plant stains still are .
Swift's Premium SPARE RIBS
stubborn tb49c
you can use stronger

sodium perborate on the stain FRANKS
and dip it into very hot or boiling PATNA RICE 1 II' pkg. Cream"e'

water. Rinse 'well, and re. Georgia Sugar Cured lb49c

peat if necessary. cello'39c', For
3 lb. SMOKE BACON 39C Seasoning
Chlorine and sodium
perbo- tb

rate bleaches generally remove By the piece Bac Ii-: & SMOKE MEAT 1 tb" 19C

the same types of stains. However -
chlorine bleaches should

never be used on wool, silk, ..

blends containing these fibers, '
or on fabrics such as many of } :; Chase & hjauuurnCOFFEE .

the new "wash and wear" cot 1 lb.

tons, that have chlorine-rentent- Fancy Freestone I 49*

ive resin finishes.IN can

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TilE COUNTY JLTJGK'S counT 1 ? Limit one with $5.00 or more food order
CASK NO. 576. CANTALOPES 3 for 89c
IN HE: Estate of ,

ANNA SAFARIK.Deceased. U. S. No. 1 Duncan HiDes Choc. Yellow WhiteCAROLINA


that I have filed my Final Returns
as Executrix of the estate of AN-
NA SA l<'AIUK. deceased; that I America's Favorite ShorteningCRI'SCO
have filed my petition for distribu-
tion and for final discharge .and
that on July 26th. 1961. I will apply '
to the Honorable T. K. Me- ji 3
Knight. County fudge of Flagler ,
I County. Florida. for approval'of. 57
said final returns and for an order
of distribution and for final dis-
charge as Executrix of the will canLimit
of ANNA SAFARIK. deceased..
June 26th. 1961.ANTOINETTE.
First publication: June 29th. 1961. one with $5.00 or more food order -
June 29 & July 6-13-20-4tc

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COUNTY FLORIDA Jim Dandy Shurfine
Plaintiff QUICK GRITS for35cg
5 lb. ba .: tall cans
JOHN PETER vs. Limit 6 Please

DANIELS.Defendant.. Holsum 3 lb. jar ...
Cotton 11x11WASHCLOTHS
John Peter Daniels 12forlLarg
Residence UnknownYou .
are hereby notified that a Fresh Fla. Cracked
In, :, Size
suit has been filed against you
the above entitled cause; and you '
are hereby required to file your an- EGGS 37f', FAB' 28c
swer with the Clerk of this Court. dozen 5c OFF
and to serve a copy thereof upon '. :- .
the plaintiff or plaintiffs attorney
whose name and address is:
Richard D. Bertone
216 South Palmetto Avenue
} Daytona Beach. Floridanot 25 FREE. !
later than August 4th. A. D. .
If you fail to do so. decree pro FROZEN i1Qj .
S, confesso! will be entered againstyou with the purchase of FREE'
for the relief demanded in the 2 pkgs. SO I
bill of complaint. The nature of
said suit being for divorce. POP: ICE .
WITNESS my hand and seal of Shurfine 6 oz. can '
said Court this 30th day of June. & this coupon TOP VALUE STAMPS

A.(Official D. 1961.Seal) This Coupon void 7-15.61 ORANGE JUICE 5 99c
K. A. SMYTHE. Limit one coupon to ADULTwith for
Clerk of said Circuit Court
July 6-13-20.1-Uc I $5.00. more food order atSHELTOttS Eye 10 oz. pkg.

IDA. IN PRO1IATE. VALUE STAMPS Iceland.Gardens. 2 lb. bag
IN RE: Estate of This Coupon Expires July 15 1961
HOKE S. COBB Deceased.To with the purchase of WHOLE STRAWBERRIES 69c

All Creditors and P r onHaving1 2 cans Chicken 0 Sea I 1
Claim or Demand AsaIuatsaId "
Estates CHUNK TUNA % can
You and each of you are hereby and 'this
notified and required to present any coupon -
claims and demands which you. or This Coupon void 7-15-61 ---
either of you. may have against the QUANTITY RIGHTS
estate of Hoke S. Cobb. deceased -
late of said County, .to the County RESERVED
Judge of Flaeler u>unty. FloridA..
at his office in the court house of said 25 FREE PRICES GOOD
County at Bunnell. Florida. within
eight calendar months from the STAMPS / / Thurs. FrL Sat.
time of the first publication of this TOP .
notice. Each claim or demand shall I with the purchase of July. 13 14 15, 1961
be In writing. and shall state the .
place of residence! and post office 6 cans Nehi Canned STORE HOURS
address of the claimant and shall e Mon. thur FrL 8 JLM.-6:45 P.H.
be- sowrn to by the claimant agent:
attorney., and any such claim or and this _coupon SoL 8 AM. 9 P. M.
filed shall be void.
demand not so .
As Administratrix of the Es- .. FLORIDA.
tate of Hoke S. Cobb. deceased.
First publication June %%. 1961.
I June 22-28 &: July 6-13-4tc;


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rt I ? FOUR f'l' .,FLAGLER TRIBUNE. BUNNELL, FLORIDA; 'Thursday, July .13,- 1961 j
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LUNA BABBITT : ":; I ; 7i -- ., -,. "- ., .- r
Telephone HEmlock 9.2098 I
I' Barbara Babbitt, bride- CHURCH PRICES GOOD -Thurs.-Fri.-Sat.: ',- July 13-14-15, 1961 .

I elect,. was .complimented Saturday Rev Reynold N. Hoover, min. ,

' '> : afternoon with a miscea- ister. Sunday school 9:30 A. 3VL,I Wilson's Certified 12 -14 lb. avg. Hormel's ..

I ., laneous shower given by the morning worship service 10:30

! Baptist YWA girls and their A.M. I whole or SPAMcan f
The Women's Society of Chris HAMS 49
I sponsor, Mrs. Millard Brock, at lb.
the church basement Assisting tian Service' will meet today I I shank half 49cj:
were YWA girls Judy Stryker, (Thursday) at 9:30 A.M. at the .

f Barbara Weaver, Elaine Frailey, home of Mrs. Bernie Wilson. Center CutHAM .
and Diane Springer.The Mrs.: Leonard Wilson will be co- l
( 2l/2 can Southern ..
serving table was the fo- hostess. 89
Tomorrow (Friday) at 10 A.M. STEAKS YAMS
cal point for the bridal theme there will be a special district lb. ;
being decorated in white flowers -
meeting at DeLand First Meth- ---- -- .
fern and wedding bells.
odist Church. A picnic lunch Copeland's 12 oz. pkg. 23*
I can
! Punch, cake, mints, and nuts
were served after the gifts were'I will follow. Several carloads' are .
planning ,to attend from this All
opened and displayed by the church. FRANKS 39 No. 303 Ro-Tel
honoree. ;
I The Methodist Men's Club Meat :
Among the invited guests were members and friends met Sat-
the honoree's mother Mrs. Arthur I
urday evening for a ham bake
I, Babbitt, the groom-elect's Palm IOC
at the home Rev. and Mrs. Reyn-
/ mother,. Mrs. J. P. Stryker, Sr., RiverH& can
old N. Hoover. They held a short
Mrs. O. Brantley, Mrs. W. L. meeting and the following of-

Aaron Mrs. Gladine Chalfinch, ficers were named for the coming ,Sli Bacon lb. 49Grade llA "lb. Shurfresh' I

I Mrs. Gertrude Higgins, Mrs. Ara- term: ,
I mantha Kight, Mrs. C. Weaver, Howard Lerch president; Leon- VANILLAWAFERS '
J Mrs. J. Bruce, Mrs. May Shill, !
ard Johnson, vice president;
Mrs, R. Rumill, Mrs. Andrea "A" D & D Whole '
Paul Kelly, secretary and treas-
:Mrs. Merle Kirkpatrick,
Springer Dr. F. A. ,
urer; Reynolds pro-
Linda Lowe Mrs. Ann Eatman, gram chairman; Keith Lovell, FRYERS'lb. 29 290
Mrs, V. W. Haines, Mrs. Nettie attendance chairman; Lyman pkg. :
Brusich, Elaine Frailey, Janet
Gage head usher; and Ray
Sue Haines, and Mrs. Jerry'Lewis.
*. I I Lehr membership chairman. 60 count Soflin
Group singing was. enjoyedand
Bake-Rite .
Several were played
games music NAPKINSJolly :
guitar was played by
with Judy Stryker in charge and
Howard Lerch. Two duets were
prizes were won by Mrs. C.
sung by Mrs. Catherine Wilson 3 Ib.Can 59 '
Weaver, Mrs. J. P. Stryker, and Shortening pkg. fOe
Mrs. A. Springer. period and Mr.progressed.Lerch, as the social I :

Miss Babbitt will wed Judson
Officers of the Men's Club *
Stryker, Jr., Sunday, July 16, at installed the Limit one with $5.00 or more food order GiantMALLOW 4
were during Sunday
4 o'clock in the Baptist Churchat
morning worship service by PIESpkg.
303 Shurfine
Flagler Beach. No invitation can
Rev. Hoover.
have been sent but friends are
invited. FRUIT 390
Mr. and Mrs. Myles Meeks !
had as guests Mrs. -Alma Mc-
Visitors with Mrs. Gladine
Chalfinch last Sunday were Mr. Cloud of Jacksonville" and Mrs. I No. 300 can Showboat
Cocktail. 3 69
Gladys Dickson of Daytpna for
and Mrs. James Webb, accompanied t
Beach last Tuesday. &
by Mrs.' Lois Moye. all
from Jacksonville.
Mrs Ruth Watkins entertainedas -
house guests last week her 46 oz. can Shurfine 100
Rev. R. N. Hoover left Monday
son and daughter in lacy, Mr. .
for a week atthe Methodist GRAPEFRUITJUICE
and Mrs. Edsell Watkins, from .
No. 300 Sweet
Youth Camp in Leesburg wherehe Treat
Cairo, Georgia. They were accompanied -
will be an instructor. ,
by their children, CRUSHEDPINEAPPLE
I Brenda Joyce, and Terry. 4 $100No.
Spending:; last week here in >for .

the Mull cottage and visiting
Guests last_week of,Mr. and
with Rev. and Mrs. Millard I
Mrs. E. Mv Robinson Mr.
Brock were. her brother in law 190
and Mrs. D. S. Reynolds from 303 can Mussleman'sApple can
and sister, Mr. and Mrs. Walter .I
Seville and Mr. and Mrs. John
Roper from Greenville, S. C. ----
They were accompanied here by Hutson from Daytona Beach. Sauce 2 for 33CFood No. 300 can Bush

Hamp Roper, brother of Walter,
Fred Schatz left this week for
and Mr. and ,Mrs. J. C. Watson, BLACK EYE
California where he is stationed KingOL'EO
also from Greenville.Mr.
with the U.S. Airforce after .

and Mrs. Ralph Burnsed spending three weeks here with PEAS '.
-his Mr. and Mrs. Robert 2 29No.
parents for
from day on Pierson business.were in town Mon Schatz. can 100

Mr. and Mrs. Don Evans from
Van We'rt, Ohio, have returnedto 303 can Sunlite No. 2 can Bush
Sarah E. Martel .
their home after spending WHOLE GREEN

( NOTARY PUBLIC } several days here visiting with TOMATOES
FLAGLER BEACH Mr. and Mrs. William Babbitt.

HE 9.2203-Lehlgh St
Visiting on Saturday: with Mr. Z5e
Limit 6 with order can ,
and Mrs. Joseph Preston were

MOODY'S, his uncle and aunt, Mr. and I .
Maxwell HouseCOFFEE
80 9 inch
Mrs. Ed Cunimers from Palatka count -

Floral Service and his grandmother, Mrs. Ib. BOND WARE

George Preston. '
Service. Reasonable Prices
Gail Cowart has returned to can
her home in,Seville after spend 950PRODUCE
ing a week here with Mr. and one with $5.00 or more food order pkg.

TV SERVICEALL Mrs. Herbert Cowart, who are -

also vacationing here. FROZEN FOODS

Mrs. Elsie Graham of Sevilleis Fresh RipePEACHES
Agent For ] spending the summer in her SPINACH lOc
2 3906
RCA & PHILCOTUBES beach cottage here. for tb

oz. Seald SweetLEMONADE Kentucky Wonder
& ANTENNAS SOLD Sarah Englemann'has returned

AND INSTALLED to her home in Jacksonvilleafter 10 o. 996 POLE BEANS 2 490

after a visit here with her grand .
TUBES TESTED FREE I parents, Mr. and Mrs. A. O. 10 oz. Booth's BREADED Persian -

I Brantley. SHRIMP 49e LIMES do,390
TV Bo.b .I pkg. ,,'

Mrs. Agnes ,tee, "..and :Miss 10 oz. Pac-Frea STRAWBERRIES51 Sunkist '-
FLAGLER BEACH Mary Furrer of_ Daytona Beach v

PHONE HE 9-2364' spent last Tuesday at Mrs.:: Lee'shome LEMONS do.39e
i and on'the beach.

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II( .' : Thursday, July 13, 1961' THE FLAGLER.-. -TRIBUNE- ,,BUNNELL, FLORIDA:_ __PAGE FIVg.
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double tunic. Her hat was an Mona Hall has returned to Mr. and Mrs. Edward Zellerare
opalescent spray that highlighted her home here after a visit in spending some time here-
a crown of sage green. Her West Palm Beach with her and in Korona, with their par-
bagand. shoes were dyed to mother.,' ents.. They have recently been
'.. match. Her: corsage was a yellow > : transferred to California from
throated white cattleya Hawaii where he was stationed
LOCALJo I orchid. Mrs. Doris Carter and son, with the U. S. Marines for two.
II I ;L. CL'(Brother) Carter of Coffee; years '
Mrs. Bertha wore a soft rose S.- C.,- are to-arrive Saturday for Mr.' Zeller is the son of Mr-
,{ of lace and silk chiffon. a visit of a week with friends.
gown and Mrs. Zeller of Bun-
( of pearls and lace. She carried I
.;x,,,-." Molly Ricks, I II' a, spiral of sweetheart roses, The lace bodice had. a bateau They will be the house guestsof nell. Mrs. Zeller ,is the former
"! Sammy Bertha '- frenched carnations and lily of neckline with short sleeves and Mrs. Lady Allen and Mrs. Miss Wanda Trojan, daughterof
the soft full skirt was of silk Nell Allen. They are former
the valley with white satin Mr. and Mrs. Barney Trojanof
I'j Exchange Vows loops. chiffon.' Her hat was fashioned residents of Bunnell. Korona.
in soft shades of rose and i I
Miss Marline Ricks became Mrs. H. E. Crews, sister of the
her 'shoes and bag was dyedto Visiting here Sunday with :Mr.
of Mr. Samuel J. bride, was matron of honor. She I
the bride
match. Her flowers was a yel and Mrs. W.. E. Kudrna was :Mrs. Ethel Lord has returnedto
I double ring cere- wore a beige silk organza sheath '
Bertha in a :
low throated orchid. Eunice Horn of Jacksonville.Mrs. her home here from the Flag-
mony at 7 o'clock Friday eve- over taffeta. The neckline of the ler Hospital in St. Augustine-
: ning in the First Methodist bodice was scooped. The over- A reception followed at the
L. S. Cody and daughter, where she spent seven weeks for
Church of Bunnell. The bride skirt was accentuated, by three- "I Masonic Hall dining room Mrs. i i'I Lynda, have returned from a va- surgery and medical treatment.
j is the daughter of Mrs Virgil dimensional embroidery appli W. W. Deen was hostess and cation spent in Portsmouth,
and the late of two shades of brown.I'I Was
I Decker of. Bunnell ques assisted by Mrs. H. T. Cook, Ohio, with Mr. Cody who is em- Mr. and .Mrs. Leon Pearce had:
I \ John T. Ricks. The bridegroomis Her headpiece, dyed to match Mrs. George Allen Jr., Mrs. Curtis ployed 'there with the Walsh as their overnight guests recently
\! the son of Mr. and Mrs. Robert the dress, was a wreath accented -I'I Deen, Mrs. Thomas Gresham, Construction Company. her aunt, Mrs. V. E. Pearce
I T. Bertha Jr., of Bunnell. by a small organza ,rose Mrs. :Mac King, :Mrs. Myrna and Mrs. Guy Pearce and chil-
Rev. W. L. Spicer Jr., officiated in the center of a nose length I I Knight, Mrs. E. T; Pache, and r Mr. and Mrs. William Patrick dren. They are from Eutaw, Ala.
( : veil. Her flowers was a sprayof I I'Mrs. W. C. Wilks. Mrs. Robert
/ in' the candlelight ceremony. I I and children arrived last week
Whitaker was organist I shrimp colored frenched.carnations 1 i Bertha III kept the brides book.
Miss Sammie :I from Ohio where Mr. Patrick Mrs. E. A. Hunter, Mrs. Stanley
with brown satin leaves
I and James Kendall as 1 The brides table was overlaid retired from the U. S. Air Force Deen and children, were in Orlando -
and satin
t! soloist sang "Dearly Beloved""The I with white satin and net which after twenty years of service. Friday for a visit with:
1 and Lords Prayer". Miss Sandra Gordon and Miss was caught in pleates held in They are spending some timein Mr. and Mrs. Howard Hunter.
,, Floor baskets of white gladioli Beverly Rodgers were bridesmaids place by Hogarth S sprays of Espanola. with Mrs. Patrick's
I and large chrysanthemums and were dressed in coral .Margarite daisies and fern. The mother, Mrs. D. H. Emery.Mr. .
'f( banked the alter. This was silk organza over taffeta. They teired wedding cake centeredthe Patrick retired from the CARD OF THANKS
flanked with arceca palms and were fashioned with a scooped I table and was flanked at Air Force last month at a M/Sgt.
seven branched candelabra. The neckline and bodice with a full either end by crystal 3-branched rating. He became ill last week I want to thank my friendsfor -
pew markers were of satin skirt and butterfly pouf back, candle sticks. The refreshmenttable and was a patient in the local the cards, flowers, visits,
streamers with Hogarth S spraysof and were trimmed with small I was also overlaid with hospital several days before be- calls and gifts sent to me dur-
Margarye daisies and fern. satin roses and braid. Their I i white satin and net and matching ing transferred to the Naval ing my stay in the hospital.
The bride,was given in mar- |headpiece was fashioned along decorations. It held the Hospital in Jacksonville wherehe Your thoughtfulness helped to
I riage by her brother in law, the lines of the honored attend- I'punch bowl and silver coffee will be for several weeks. make my long stay there much
Harold Elbert Crews. She worea ant and their flowers were Jn service and dainty finger food. brighter and I appreciate. it very
floor length gown of silk shrimp color with moss green i Mrs. Stanley Deen and children much.
organza with three quarter satin leaves. For traveling the bride wore Glynn, Rick, Gary and Don Ethel Lord
sleeves. The ,fitted bodice was a beige silk shantung with a na Rae, of Miami, are spending I
of silk organza, with a scoop Mr.: Bertha had as his best tunic skirt. With this she wore July here visiting with Mrs. ,
neckline enhanced with, Alencon man his brother, Robert Thomas matching accessories and a corsage Gladys Deem and Mr. and :Mrs.E. CARD OF THANKS I
I lace. The tear-drop skirt was Bertha III. Ushers ..were ',Jim of sweetheart roses lifted A. Hunter. Mr. Deen will join We would like to express our I
gathered full with lace ap- Cook, and Billy Deen. from her bridal bouquet. them for the last two weeks of heartfelt thanks to the blood do- I
I pliques on soft unpressed pleat The brides mother wore a Following a wedding trip to July for his vacation. nors and all our friends for :
'I. es. The bow pouf back with lace sheath of sage green .silk shan. I south Florida the couple will their many acts of kindness !
r appliques fell into a chapel tung. The bodice had a scooop I reside in the Eisenbach apartments Levi Brannam Sr., .is spendingthis while in the hospital here. These !
,l train. A fingertip veil of silk neck and short sleeves. The I West Moody and Forsythe week in North Carolina' have meant much to us.
t,' illusion fell from' a pearl cornet skirt was accentuated with a Street with friends.BRANNAM. William and Joye Patrick. I

I': 1 Jell 3 oz.GELATINE. I
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4 SUPER SAVE' & White ,

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i.I Stokelys 303" Foots 119 N., BAY ST. PH. 1DLEWOOD 7-3496 Red DETERGENTGiant& White


!h PEAS 2 *>r390Red I Size 4ge



I Smoked Center Cut Sliced Thin EZ LIQUIDSTARCH
Lean GroundBEEF < PORK CHOPS lb 790 : .39Welc61 .

2.b,890 32 oz.
Armours Campfire
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t:, Dixie 25/9 oz. Tender Tasty SLICED CELLOBACON PUNCH 2 fo,59c ,

:: COLD. CUPS IT RIB STEAKS 790 u.49c Red & White 303 "

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Marshmallow .
\ PIES 3 $100 STEAK m 790 I Lee 14 oz.BROWNIES. I 4 $ for NEW IDEA! "FAMILY STEAK" for Jb
\ I 770 Swift 24 oz. .

!11 I SAUCE 390 SHOULDER Cut Thick STEAK 79c CAKE 570 STEW Swift 12 oz. 410

ij Chicken 0 Sea Cut ThickCHUCK'
CAKE 770 Swift 4 oz.VIENNA .
; TUNAySie290 STEAK 490 I
Swanson 11 oz.
Chicken, Loin or Pork, Chop Sirloin, & SAUSAGE
i 1i witch 15 oz. Swiss Steak '
Iii FOOD 3 fo,290 Slash fat edges, sprinkle all sides .Beechnut 4 % oz.

r'I ri i evenly with, ADOLPHS. Do not add Swansons 8 oz. STRAINEDBABY
I Henny Penny salt. Pierce deeply with fork so BEEF CHICKEN AND TURKEY FOOD

DOG ADO'LPHS pentrates, holds juices. Let PIES 2 for490

I a FOOD 3 fo,250 stand at room temperature for one houror I I 6OZs9a

: cover loosely in refrigerator over DAIRY PRODUCTSMrs. Stokelys

Parson's Sudsy pint night. Bar-B-Q 2 inches over glowing Filbert's TOMATO JUICE
r coals for 25 minutes for rare, 30 minutesfor
AMMONIA 170 I medium. Turn frequently. MARGARINE 2 ,490 Z, ro,490I

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PAGB.sl:' .' THE"FLAGLEB TRIBUNE, BUNNELL, ,FLORIDA: Thursdays- Ju1y 13, ''1961

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Corn production has been 'Florida solls. There are 23 ,certified' growersof

mechanized considerably he These arid other: questions are turftgrass in Florida.
adds as has cotton, production.But of important interest to Florida
much less improvement, in agriculture because the research

terms of reducing ,the production will have a bearing on the 'success RCA VICTOR
labor required, has been made
many production enter LIVING COLOR TV
in vegetables, fruit crops, live prises. .
stock and tobacco. IIC THE WINDOW"Southern
By Leslie Pcehe I Radio ,& Television
I I "These of course," Dr.. Kinard This year, 1961, marks the 21st I I I 226 E. Granada-Ph. OR 7-2001 !
I nXRms LOOKING FOR -- points out, ""are among Florida's annual Mango Forum. ORIIOND
f PlHST WIN TONIGHTBig major agricultural enterprisesand -

Mechanization Cited are, of particular interest to I
I Sammy Bertha, fast ball j' the Florida Agricultural TRIP SURANCEGo
artist of the Clinic ,will Protected
I oppose As Must For Florida ment Stations." -
Preacher .Pinner, in a inning I A new service that we are proud to offer at I

gone tonight, weather permitting I Agricultural GrowthMore In citrus production, moving: 1 remarkably low.rates. Whether you plan to
fruit from the grove to the pack be vacationing 3 days or 6 months See us

The Appliance boys who have mechanization is stressed ing house or plant is fairly well about your ..tripsurance.H. .

Ward, :Metis; J. Burnsed and as, one of the< most important mechanized, but removing! fruit J. COOK AGENCY
Pinner in the top ten in batting needs in Florida agriculture from the tree is still done by I Citizens Bank Building

will have to cope with Sammy by Dr. D. T. Kinard, head hand. Experimental mechanical Bunnell, Florida ID 7-3361
who is tops in the league with of the agricultural engineering citrus harvesting is being .

i 57'' 'strikeOutS. department for the Agricultural carried out at: the Citrus Stationat I ...'".-........_.....................-.-tII..r....tl".l'."'.V.-..-.,:'..
Probable.lineups Experiment Stations. Lake Alfred. rFOR
Clinic The Gainesville Station is doing
Kuleski, Deen Whitaker, G. "For some agricultural opera I f I. experimental work on tobacco
tions have rather efficient
Cauley, J. Cauley, C. Cummins, we production particularly on AMBULANCE
Nipper, Todd, Bertha.' machines," he says "but there new methods of curing. I. PHONE VAlley 4-1625
Hartis- are a number of jobs such as Other work is being done on !) SERVICE

J. Burnsed, :McGriff, Ward, D. vegetable and fruit harvesting questions related to packing ST. AUGUSTINE FLORIDA
which still require large inputsof
Metts, King, Pinner, Canakaris houses, potato production, equip.
I Garcia Ambulance. We
hand labor. Never be hesitant about calling a
Wells, Ross."LOOKING ment for applying chemicals, I
Dr. Kinard says the greatest:'handling livestock feeds and are always at your service with promptness safety and

AROUND improvements in mechanizing water control on some types of experience.: H :
THE LEAGUEWe agriculture have been made in
grain production. Not too long THE OUTBOARDER: Equipped With Oxygen Resusitator and Inhalator
had good luck for our first I
ago labor to produce the crop
half and the start off of the from an acre of wheat was 57 Authorized Evlnrude Dealer Garcia Funeral Home
played man-hours. Now the job is done Licensed Funeral
Dockage Storage Free Ramp Director
without raincheck.
games a The with less than 2 man-hours per ,
second half looks a bit dark WE FINANCE LADY ASSISTANT

with our weather. We are go. acre. 825 Ballough Rd-Daytona wmmmr .........M...,................ ............"'..J'.l'/'i
ing to finsh the second half

with a jJ-game schedule, each
team playing one game a week JiTpc
and each team playing each
other twice. If the Lumber Co.

wins the second half they will
be champs of the league. The '

Clinic is 'second'place winner in :! EJ/'L 1

the first half and second placeIs

still open in the second naif.Tro'phles ;
to 'be awarded*to the 1

winner at the end of the season Y

will be displayed at Anderson's '' J
Drug Store.'SECOND : J ; ,i 4'S


OF JULY 10th r '4y

W ,L
Lumber Co. 2 .0 w rJ

Clinic 1 1 '
Firemen 1 1 ,, 1 '7Y
Harris ,0 2 I

Game Monday, July 17- GHROML..4 yw pr f.r
Wadsworth vs. Flagler Beach .
Game Thursday; July 20-
.... I
Harris vs. Clinic

ft MUST .. magic.. .tU fccroiUy UcrtiM i l..
two***"Vfcnwr group at AMAZINGLY LOW ++ '
TO ORGANIZE GOLF ,TOURNEY HUCB la your choice of sUaminfl bronutono with iyft 'ar
bras etmnta or parkiiQg chrome the -v.
Some of our golf "experts" of .
group features hoot mor,staid tMatant poatfaojinlaU
the .county' who have been on tablo top with dolkoto ICI'OIJ.wertc.tour I

the fairways the past few years -E Riverside Furniture Co. \ I'
seem to be interested in determ-
{motion*Include gray A hirquou,to* & brown,
seem to be interested in
findingout grty&rod,gray ft ckonool. Phone ID 7-3111 !
who is Flagler county's best
St. Bunnell Fla. I
119 N. Bay ,
Rem Murray who is quite the t

golfer and has 'worked in some -
tournaments will help organize

all golfers who are interested OFFICERS ,.

in a tournament. To decide who '. STATEMENT OF CONDITION ,1', : t. SF .

is the best golfer in the county, I ,. ''NNELL- Charles E. Creal...__._._. .President
please contact Rem Murray or. CITIZENS I BANK OF BU i ': \.:', .
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Leslie Pache and a meeting will I :J. '' .- J'T l :,'i:oj-.1:* .5 Tom E.. Holden...............__Vice.President
Ife '
set up. I I : ;::: .- BUNNELL., FLORIDA 'V7: J .1, .:;

.................... ..r...2......_. ...,4: :. ', "4-r, .'+ {__;r.c 4'f: *-i .. Lily J. C rea I.--......--.VI ceo President

." At the Close of Business, June 30, 1961 f T .
O. F. ALFORDRegistered )L ..... :<. Howell V. Peavy..____._Cashier

,Real Estate Broker I RESOURCES. .S c. ;.., .' I

BunnelL Florida Cash and Due from Banks ,:.-/ viU\ .k:.?', ? ?9.78 '. -. v DIRECTORS
........ .... ..... U S. Government Bonds .L "7. \ : <- r
A.N.1 ...........,:'......!,/', '859,773.75 O. F. Alford -
State, County & Municipal Bonds ::.: ,*. /v-J. ., 574,287.91. ,
Harry Clegg ,
Loans .I. '. / '{.j,'.'.,. .d 1,184,867.48 .* T f lBanking
mlt 3Uaglrr Olribunp ; R. W. Cody : .
1 House, Furniture '& .Fixtures; ", .'.: '. .- 30,089.58Other :
Charles Creal
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WATERMELON in lime water, allowing quart prepare and the hostess is fresh r -The'University of -Florida. Florida's 'on .farm"valuaation

lime water for each pQQ.nd.of and relaxed to ,greet her guests School of Forestry marked its,23 I for livestock,and .poultry red reach' *
RIND rind. ,Drain and freshen in clearwater because she, hasn't spent long year.anniversary in !'I960.. $222 000 last year '

are plentiful for 1 to 2 hours. hot hours preparing party,foods, ,
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Add drained rind to gingertea One of the most popularand -
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jar made by dissolving 1 .ounceof colorful-ways' to serve sundaes CRAIG FUNERAL :HOME >: I
latet oni to,:try these recipes .
rind and ginger Jn 1 quart water, andboil with your lemon crisps'is
watermelon pickles
preserves.... rapidly! for. 15,.minutes. to pile ice cream, high! ,in an A., H. CRAIG. (Funeral Director _
Drain rind 'and ''put into warm attractive bowl. In a divided
Preserves JOHN HABDIN Auociate
.' syrup made of equal parts water container ,relish dish, for In-
watermelon rind
Select thick
i and sugar. Boil for lei hours, stance-Include. a variety of AIR OXYGEN
from one small melon or half 1 LADY
or until melon is transparent fruit sauces-crushed pineapple, CONDITIONEDCHAPEL :
a large melon. Trim off the ;
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fresh strawberries, fresh peachesor ATTENDANT .
t outer green skin ,and, the pink Leave rind covered with a your own favorites. Whipped AMBULANCES ti

i flesh, using} only the greenish- syrup which tests 220 degrees F. cream and nuts make a wonderful -
I, white part. Cut into '%- or 1. when boiling, and let stand topper for your creation. Phone ':ID 7-3532-

Make lime:water by adding 2 Arrange rind in 11-ounce jars, Thin as butterfly wings with .

tablespoons calcium' ,oxide, get cover with syrup, fasten tops, crispy lace edges, lemon crisps -- :
it at drugstores, to 2 ,quarts'of and process for 15 minutes in ,also make' a perfect accompainment -
cold water. Let'rind stand in water bath. for simple desserts. The

J the lime water for 1 hour. Drain Sweet Pickled Watermelon Rind nutlike flavor of rolled oats ..
t I. the rind and place in clear water Trim and cut rind from a gives lemon crisps the tangy delight ._. .fl.- .. ,.\.
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the rind from a large melon. rite.Lemon i '[f; .b"
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For rind of one small melon, lime water. Drain, cover with home at formal afternoon lawn: .."'. .t..l '.,,f
allow 4 quarts of water; 8 cups cold water to freshen. Drain I II parties or casual evening gatherings .

of sugar; 2 lemons, thinly sliced; again, cover with fresh water, ,
and, if'desired, 2 small pieces and cook 1% hours. ICOURTESY'/
of ginger root Boil the lemon LEMON CRISPS
Make syrup of 2 quarts white
l for 5' minutes in % cup water. vinegar, 1 pint water, 8 cups % cup sifted enriched flour I I
Boil the rest of the water with sugar, and 2 tablespoons whole % teaspoon salt
the for 5 minutes. To the
sugar cloves and 4 sticks cinnamon 2/3 cup sugar .
/boiling sugar syrup, add the tied loosely in cheesecloth. Bringto 1 cup shortening, soft IS
drained rind with the
the boiling point add, drained 2 eggs
and water in which it ,
lemon' watermelon to syrup and boil 1 teaspoon lemon extract .
cooked. Continue to boil, '
was gently 2 hours. 1' teaspoon grated lemon rind
stirring constantly, until the Pack the watermelon in sterilized 1 cup rolled oats (quick or
Ii is thick and the melon !
syrup jars, cover with hot syrup, I j I old-fashioned uncooked
rind is clear. Pack at once into seal airtight, 'and store in acool 'Sift flour, salt and sugar together :
hot sterile jars. Cover with hot
place. into bowl. Add shortening,
syrup and seal. .eggs, flavoring and lemon rind.

Rind Ginger Preserves Watermelon LACY LEMON ,CRISPS Beat until smooth, about two ..
MAKE HIT WITH BOTH minutes. Lightly stir in rolled
Trim rind and cut into desired -. 1 ...
shape. Soak for 3 hours GUESTS AND:HOSTESS .oats. Drop from teaspoon onto ,
greased cooky sheet, allowing a- >
ORMOND PRESCRIPTION Lacy lemon crisps are almosta bout 2 inches between cookies. 4JA t
PHARMACY hostess for ,friendly gatherings I Flatten with a knife dipped in : ;<

Sick Room Supplies-Sundries on these warm' summer cold water* Bake in a moderateoven
'I. HOSPITAL SUPPLIES evenings. What' could be more' ,(375) 10 lo 12 minutes or :i r A

24-Hour Prescription Service dainty than thin 'lemon crisps until cookies are golden brown .
Free Delivery in Flagler BeachRt. served with assorted fresh'' fruit .around edges. Remove from rr A
AlA 1 ml. North of .
ORMOND BEACH-Tel. OR 7-1661 sundaes! They're so easy to cooky sheets immediately. +l

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: Hiarih's HistoryIs 25 billion years old. fed at the notion that Indians' This cavern, the earliest known I Even earth's oldest living
The earth's beginning is now ancestors crossed the Bering home of man in the eastern 1 things are more aged than scientists
dated by 'science as being between Strait into the New World beforethe : United States, was explored by thought. The giant se-
Pushed Deeper 3% and 4% billion years, Christian Era. Now ,it has Smithsonian Institution and 14 14the quoias lost their place as the
though the. rocks and minerals been shown that Stone Age National Geographic, and pre. :Methuselahs of the plant world
:Into The fast :': .. Americans in sented the to the 1 when
snits crust are somewhat younger. were living Rug- by Geographic dendrochronologists learned

'How old is time? '. The oceans are believed to sell Cave, Alabama, at least 9- American people as' a national that the gnarled, stunted
be less. 'than 600 million years 000 years ago. archeological monument. bristlecone pines in California's
Probably older than one 'old. White :Mountains began thrusting -
thinks. .:Modern geochronology, I j roots into rocky crevices
the science ot telling time by Man is not nearly so old as IJ more than 4,000 years ago.
nature's .built-in clock?, is constantly I the revolving sphere he inhabits Trade in your Community .
'.but he. too has been around
pushing the hjstory) of FREE PAINTOne

the stars, 'the world, and man 'awhile. Until 1959, paleontolog .. .. ...,
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deeper into the pasl.: ists considered that Java Man extra gallon of Your choice
the with each ffallof you buyMary
and Peking :Man were
':Less than four 'centuries have earth's oldest residents. both I J .',% 4'f Carter Paint Store
passed since Ussher
Archbishop 500,000 or so years.
assigned. the date of creation as "so, Westvate bopping Canter
4004 B.c., the National Geographic Then Dr. L. S. B. Leakey reported

Society recalls.The. the discovery in Tanganyika \\ CLASSIFIEDADS
.Irish Biblical chronologist was of an earlier man, who
much more conserative, howl lived and hunted on the shoresof
ever, than the ancient Chal a long-vanished lake there
deans. They allowed 473,000 some 600,000 years back.

for the age of man and Listings under this heading are
The British anthropologist, J I 3 cent per word each< insertion
1 two million for the'univ rse. j I r whose work is supported by National 75 cent In minimum charge.--

I In recent years, scientists Geographic, has subsequently LOST IN BUNNELL last Friday
have been able to make more 1 I uncovered the remains fawn colored female boxer. Any
. precise guesses about the origin of a child and an adult whomhe information please call Charles

, of things through new tech' believes to be much older Meekins, Phone HE 92006. Flag-
niques studying the compo- than his Drevious find. ler Beach. Reward if returned..

1 :sitlon of stars, meteorites, The child's remains included What lies behind the service ones. Every sale represents a July 13ltcHOUSE
earth's rocks, fossils, sediments, I bones of hands and a foot, as with a smile you get when building block for a satisfac
; ancient wood, prehistoric I well as the skull. Earlier, anthropologists doing business with local tory merchant-customer relationship FOR SALE--3 large bed-

tons, and tools. A prime skele-1 had found no merchants?The next time you rooms,"2 baths, double garage,
I I nique isthe .! hand and foot parts of any hu !I. buy something from one of that makes you want good well water, built in kitchen
back .
tb come again.That's located on 2 corner lots, Fifth
friends herein this
Tadioactivity certain elements. man being before Neanderthal your com
:Birthday Set Back I'Man, who existed only 50,000 I munity ask him why he appears the"reason his smile and Daytona in Flagler Beach.
is sincere and when he Phone HE 92378. 13-ltc
so happy small says
The universe's birthday moved years ago.America's over a
, backward sharply in 1955 Were Settled Late I sale. His answer may surprise "thank you" he's expressinghis FOR RENT-furnished- -3-room
when astronorriers of three ob. By comparison, the earliest his true appreciation. house, $40.00. \ ID 73304.
servatories in 'California-Palo- recognized inhabitants of North I ITo him, it's a matter of Trade at home for your July 13tiOcean

mar, Mount Wilson, and Lick- America-Folsom Man and San- good business. He knows sake-and community prog-
reported a probable age of about I'I dia Man In' the United States, small sales lead to larger ress.:. .ti front housekeeping apart
5.4 billion years. I and Mexico's Tepexpan Man-, ments, 1 and bedrooms com
-.. Current estimates suggest that go back merely 10,000 to 20,000 pete with linens and all utilities.
the universe is from 10 to 13 bil I years. This Community Ad Sponso"ed'By Sun deck, fishing, swimming,
'lion years old. A cluster of distant I ,But it was only yesterday loafing. Day, week or month.
The Tribune
i galaxies seems to be' about I when an eminent scientist scof Flagler r. :: Sun Sea Manor, Flagler Beach.
HE 9-2082 7.6tf
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I Ask your dealer about a real cool extra-cgst option-Chevrolet air conditioning. ,
# sleeping porch, fireplace, large
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ler Beach, Central at 22nd Street.
Owner Lloyd. 7-6-2tp
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partment, call Harris Applianceand
Gas Co., ID 73367.
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2-bedroom garage apartment.Call .

HE 9.2318, or see ,Zeke
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SEPTIC TANK-cleaning reasonable

rates. George Jarosz, PhoneID
I 7.3410 3-2 to 8-24-tp

FOR RENT furnished 2 bedroomone
New Chevy Corsair 700 4-Door Sedan New Impala Sport Coupe "' I,
house, Daytona Ave.,
I Flagler Beach. Completely ren

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\: savings are in full swing.And-because those Jet-smooth bug biting you? America's goingest sports car is itching to LOTS: ; HOMES, OCEAN FRONT,

Chevies are outselling all'other' makes-he's in a position to make you happy. And so is your .dealer, who has about I WATER ACREAGESee FRONT FARMS,

:. make the savings even better.? Take your pick from luxurieverything on wheels you could'want, wish' for-or' fall in ,.. ux for your real estate needs

'. ous Impalas, popular Bbl Airs, thrifty Biscaynes and thosebestselling love with. Live it up, save it up,.see him now. i I Office Phone HE 9.2242
full size wagons. Corvair your dish? See those .f Y .Residence Phones ID 7.3691

': trim, easy going sedans and coupes (including the sporty Jet-smootli Chevy E&V _I or ID 7.3517

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