The Flagler tribune
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Title: The Flagler tribune
Physical Description: Newspaper
Language: English
Publisher: s.n.
Place of Publication: Bunnell Fla
Creation Date: July 27, 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
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 Related Items
Preceded by: St. Johns tribune
Succeeded by: Palm Coast news
Succeeded by: Flagler/Palm Coast news-tribune

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, VOLUME 49, NO. 29 BUNNELL, FLORIDA, THURSDAY, JULY 27, 1961 15$2.50; .A.YEAR '


I 1:: Postoffice Site I Revival Opens I Holland. Home Vacation Bible I Possibility ofBigPlantln :

::1. At, Pentecostal School Opens On h

Here Approved I Holiness Church Fire Is BeingInvestigated Monday MorningThe ...

'* The Pentecostal Holiness i Methodist Vacation Bible This
: Atlanta Office'Bunnell County
By Church of Bunnell announces a School for boys and girls, age

series of revival services opening I' four through 12 years of age,
._ ,Postmaster Ray Mercer on Sunday, July 30, at 7:45P. The 2. G. Holland home on *ill open at the Bunnell Meth The Pellicer Creek area of
received notice Wednesday .M. The services will-be held West Moody Blvd. was extensively odist Church Monday morning.The Flagler and St. Johns Countiesis

from the Acting Regional Directors in the Lehigh Union Hall on damaged by fire of unknown .I sessions will run from 8:30 one of several locations be-

I Office in :Atlanta, Ga., Highway 11 near ,,the Bunnell origin about 3 A. M. last i to 11 o'clock each morning Mon ing considered by companies interested
have approved the Sunday morning. The home and in building a missile
.stating they Airport. day through_ Friday.
1 location upon which the Post The services will be conductedby contents! were "as fully insured Serving as co-directors of the plant, it was learned here this

Office Department will the 14-year-old evangelist, as possible' Mr. Holland said. I I school are: Mrs. Bill Deen and week.

tise for bids to lease adver-I Rev. Dale Kitchens of Towney, The local vounteer fire depart- Mrs. Tommy,Durrance. Mrs. Fred The area being considered begins

comodations for the. Ala. The public is invited to ment responded to the call and Geller is in charge of all sup- at DuPont Center in St.

Post Office. I come out and hear him preach, succeeded in holding the dam- plies for the school. Johns County and runs alongU.

The location on the southwest i members- of the church said. age to a minimum," Mr. Holland Teachers for the departmentsare .S. Highway 1 about ten miles j

corner of Moody Blvd., and There will also be special said, "and I want to complimentthe : south, extending into Flagler I
Church a Street, running along I singing at'all services and he department on its very ef- Kindergarten, Mrs.' Charles County. It runs eastward to the !
..,. Church Street to Court Street, will be praying for'the sick, the flicent work." I Cowart; Pre-primary, Mrs. Har Intracoastal Waterway and contains }

r the Post Office I members continued. ry Atkinson and Mrs. Gayle about 26,000 acres of land. ,
was approved by Holland added that today an I:Mercer; Primary, Mrs. George ,
Department in Washington several insurance adjuster and a repre- Clegg and Mrs. Frank It is being reported that there

J' weeks ago. The owner of Power GrowthIn sentaive of the National Boardof The Junior Department.Boswell'l are four companies looking fora

''i the property granted the Post- Fire Underwriters were here in charge of Mrs. location consisting of 26,000

,... master General an assignable State Shown and they 'too said that Bunnell olds, Mrs. Shelton Barber and acres of land on deep water for

t option to purchase the new site I fire department: did an expert :Mrs.. Leslie Pache. Mrs. Eldon the plant. It was also reportedthat

several weeks _ago. The bids job-as good as any paid big Knight is pianist for the kindergarten the plant would build parts
for the new building and location -, Electric energy purchased for city department could have and primary depart- for the Nova Space Rocket Proj-
will be advertised in the use in Florida homes, businessesand I
done. ments. ect. The Nova is designed to
near future. The building will manufacturing' I ant s
r. the
put a man on moon.
be leased to the Post Office De reached a peak last year which Also here today to investigatethe ,

partment.The was .13 per cent higher-than the fire were Mr. Burkhart and The Flagler-St. Johns location
Lions I.
;1959 sales and 70 per cent more I Mr. Davis of the state fire marsal's Discuss with the deep water facility is
site for the location of I''than five years ago, the Florida' office in Jacksonville. They only about 110 miles from Cape

the New Post Office building is I State Chamber of Commerce re will return Monday for' further 'MoneyPr6jects: Canaveral and is accessible by (

located in'the center' of the City i ports.. investigation, Sheriff Homer deep waterway. Many here are

limits of Bunnell. It is easy I I said.Service. optimistic about this location .
accessable from all sections of "Total purchased electricity.I The Lions Club discussed'sev- being selected. i

the City as well as all high. I I amounted to almost .17 billion i ii I I eral money making projects_ to ,

Arrays. It Is near the railroad. i.kilowatt-hours in 1960. Residential ; Officer be held during th year at their It was estimated that the .,

It also provides plenty of. parkIng use .(7,257,673,000 kilowattihoursl I l 1 t meeting Monday noon. One of plant when built would employ '"

w .. anoV-Joading areas.for''- ,the : showed,.the greatest 1+,Moves-To-Beach- -"J:the' projects. was the posibility approximately 8,000people.The .
tr. mail delivery by truck. gain over the year as well as i of sponsoring a donkey ball I
S. Smith, Flagler contract for the Nova
: Raymond Committees I
over the five-year period: 16 per game. were appointed -
cent and 79 per cent respective County Veterans Service Officer to investigate the mat- booster project has not been let.
i and Director of Flagler Civil Defense The four companies that are :
: for :Baseball{ il ly.
tryouts has moved to 18 St. andS. ter.A final report of_the Beauty i I line for the contract. and are :

at Ocala ''"Commercial establishments of Daytona Ave. in Flagler Contest was made by the com- looking for the sites are: Thiekol I.

n Athletes all types and office buildings ;. Beach, from his former residenceon mittee. A total of $34.49 was Checila Corp., Aero-Jet General I'

iY stood second in both volume. East Moody Blvd. made on the project Also discussed Corp., United Aircraft Co. and
:On August 7-8 i I I (4.740,388,000 kilowatt hours) He has a new phone number, was the prospects of send- Grand Central Rocket Co.

Baseball will be .in there and gains of 11 per cent over HEmlock 9.2372 from which he ing the Bunnell School Bandto It from
was reported Washington
swinging on August, 7 and 8 I I the year and 76 per cent over can be reached any time, especially the State Lions Conventionto that five congressmen have
in ,
-when the St. Louis Cardinals 1956. an emergency. be held in Jacksonville next '
been invited lunch ;
to Monday
Smith also said that next I
I I which any
-come' to Gerig Field in Ocalato "Manufacturing plants year. where they will meet with ,
for the base. purchased electricity showed an qualified veteran can get rural Gayle Mercer conducted the
put on tryouts I Thiekol Corp. officials. The con
I 11 per cent gain over 1959, a direct loans now as the Veterans business
ball athletes In'the area, it was I meeting in the absenceof gressmen represent districts in
announced today by Farm Director 52 per cent increase over 1956 I Administration has the money the president Bob Cook. :'
which sites
are being considered
Walter Shannon. j and a total use last year of 3- I to finance GI homes. Any veteran Guests at 'meeting were LionR.
for the new plant. They include
interested himor
963,168,000 kilowatt-hours. Large, may phone D. Peterson and Tom Lensen.
Harris veteran ,Red Reps. A. S. Herlong, Jr., and Rob
Mercer ,a I i manufacturing plants which see him personally on the
Bird talent seeker, will be call- matter. ert Sikes of Florida, Elliott Ha-
produce electricity for their own
Ing the. pitches each (day at 10 October Deadline Set gain Savannah, Ga.,. David N.
uses and not for sale had a
A. M. The tryouts will be open I I I Henderson of North Carolina,
similar increase but not included
are -
f School Board'sBudget
to any player in the 17 to 23 in these sales figures. For Gasoline Refunds and John Young of Texas.

year age bracket, and no equip I
_"Electricity sold for miscel- I
ment will be needed other thana Hearing Florida farmers have until October b

glove, shoes, and a uniformif laneous purposes last year came 2, 1961, to file claims for Blood Drawing '. I
'Ie.has. one. Bats balls and to 845,394,000 kilowatt-hours,/Friday Afternoon refund of federal tax on gaso- '. l'..
I I rounding out the total to 16- -
are supplied by line used for farming purposes. For T
catching Cardinals.gear 806,623,00 kilowatt-hours sold in This Friday afternoon at 2 o' Economists with the Florida FlaglerIs I
the Florida last clock the annual public hear-
year. .
"Certainly, we're expecting a Agricultural Extension Service Below 'Quota
I 'This sales total accounts for ing on the, Flagler County school
claims farm
be filed
say may by
fine turnout .these tryouts
85 will be held in the office
per cent of the total electric budget
tenants or' for There 12 applicants to
Shannon commented. "More owners, operators were
youngsters than ever are I energy produce'd in the state, of County Superintendent Z. D. the period July 1, 1960, through donate blood at the blood darw-

ing baseball these days, PlaY-I the balance being made up by Holland. June 30, 1961. Ing. held at the Flagler Clinic I

tryout camp is still a good way large manufacturing plants and For gasoline purchased on or and Hospital :for the East Vo- I
by such public uses 'as street after October 1 lusia Flagler Blood Program
for a young fellow to' find out 1959, through I
whether or not he has the stuff and public building. lighting." June 30, 1961, a refund rate of sponsored by the American Red

to get-into the ,game profesion- four cents per gallon is allowed. Cross. :
STEVE FRENCH No refund of the tax is allow.'
ally.!' Of the 12 applicants three had
ed for gasoline used on the
making to be ,rejected due to Illness occurring
could well: come out of this I FALL SATURDAYSteve highway; in processing packag- within a short time priorto
"and ing, freezing or canning
camp, Shannon went on, opera- the drawing. The goal was
we're not calling tryout camps French, five-year-old son tions; or for personal or non. to secure 25 pints of blood, how. ,

out as a source of baseball talent of CPO and Mrs. Robert French, farm purposes. ever only nine pints were ,obtained I
There's always the exciting was injured In a fall from a File claims on Form 2240 making the goal short ".

possibility that we'll discover a swing on Saturday morning at (1961) with the U. S. District of 16 pints.Donations. .
future baseball great. Maybe his home in Haw Creek. Director of Internal Revenue,

he'll stepping up to the plateat After examination at the dent- r"5 Jacksonville e, Florida. County were given by the

this camp." ist office of Dr. Allen Reynoldshe I agents,. deputy collectors and following: '
No fee is required to take part was carried to the Jacksonville the District Director of Internal Russell Improta, Mike Kocz-

in .the tryouts. A player signedto NAS hospital where he "underwent Revenue Have this form and instructions wanski, Tony Kahlert, 'Jimmy

a contract will be. reimbursed' surgery; for a broken for preparing, it.. Hargett, Dr. John Cross,. Homer

for the expenses he incurs in jaw bone. f:. Bentley, Eugene Nipper Shelton
connection with .'attending the At press time his condition ._: ,++ .:7 NATCHEZ TRACE Barber. Gerry Barber.

tryouts. was reported as being,very good Natchez Trace, the wilderness Assisting at the drawing were:
To;'join' in the tryouts, an but he will probably be in the Yoa&f model plane eat trail in Mississippi that was bedeviled Freda Deer Ruth Sandford, JoAnn -

American 'Legion player must hospital for 'treatment about a II prepares to do some aJffrt fljteffa I by Indians and, bandits" Crews, Phyllis' Barber, Naomi .

have a letter of approval from I month. He .Is in Ward B-4 at he gets his craft ready to take is being recreated as a scenic Pellicer, Lorna Galloway,

either his Legion coach or.Post I the. NAS hospitaL He is the off Just once more' before nightfall parkway. by the National. Park Louise Church and Jeanette.
Commander.. ,-grandson of 'Mrs. Walter Knlght."L.Z' I at Lebanon Pa. Service. Bertha.


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i,'. "., "t. PAGE TWO THE FLAGLER TRIBUNE, BUNNELL, FLORIDA Thursday, July 27, .1961 !
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. prevent the bill from coming up-I I counseling and testing in the down from what_ the President ly, but the chairman'has stated

i if a majority of the House wantsto I secondary schools authorized wanted and that is about alL that. no definitive, action will betaken
I do is sign a petition discharging under the National Defense Education Y
t YL We will have hearings on the by the committee on this.lip
the Rules Committee Act. Now,all of us wantto
I medical assistance to, the elder- this session.
; :, from further consideration of I' see, our school systems improved I
the bill and the bill will be: but we.don't want them

In order on the floor. The facts I l controlled at the Federal level.

l I are that a majority now does: If this Isn't enough, the 11 AREA BUSINESS DIRECTORY 1 j
not want. the bill to came up, so
clincher as far as many membersof
I It it appears to. be dead. -
L congress were concerned was

t :-:: I There'are a number of rea- when they ,sow ,in this bookleton AIR CONDITIONING-HEATING ,FUEL OIL .

; sons advanced for why this bill page 49 ,kinder a 'discussion I FLORIDA AIRCONDITIONING i i
I in all probability will not come of future programs this state* ,CO. KING'S TRUCK STOP

I. up, but the principal one I think rent: "The experience of Federal I I Of Daytona. Inc. I PHILLIPS 66 GAS & OILSI

; I lies in assistance ,to date I I L. IRWIN,
one official pamphletIn programs AIR Prop.
A.S. (Syd) Herlong II
I Congressmen Filth ,District i j jI i spite of the pious protestations and the urgency of many educational GENERAL SHEET METAL I LubricatlonTiresBatterlesFJlel
I of advocated of'Federal aid problems of the'era together -We're Proud of Our Work"" Oil, Kerosene, Tractor Fue

I I to education that there is no intent indicate that the Office 330 Walker. Holly Hill OR 7-6120 I U.S. 1. N. Bunnell- ID.7-3S7e.
This-is the time of year when I in the legislation for the (of Education) may expect to

considerable Speculation goes on I I Federal Government to take over I administer operating programs AUTO SERVICE I GARDEN SHOPGray's
as to when Congress will ad. II I of increased
.'" the educational functions scope McDANIEL'S
journ. You can get predictions'that I I from the States and local com-: I and impact ., Among the programs I I f Garden Center
will be in Service Station HeadQuanen for Gardening Need
we Washington 1 :
that anticipate ad-
I jmunities i : in April, of this year{ they .Ceramics, Gifts. Dry Arrangement
until November and, of course, the Department of Health, Education -I ministering .are "broadening of STANDARD .OIL PRODUCTS Materials

there are also predictions that and Welfare issued this I Federal interest in curriculum Tires-Batteries-Minor Repairs I'Annuals Shrubbery Fertilizers

we will, be out by Labor Day. booklet'entitled "A Federal Edu- I and improvement of instruc- Bunnell ID 7.7119 TORO LAWN MOWERS

Right now I am inclined to be cation Agency for ,the Future." tion." 147 Tomoka Avenue-Ph.ORMOND OR 7-051'

an advocate of the Labor Day This is a report of the Committee I Those people who say that Biddle Gulf ServiceGASOILLUBRICATION I I

adjournment idea. Maybe it is on Mission and Organization the Federal Government has no HARDWARE

the wish being the'father of the of the United States Officeof interest in curriculum didn't GULF TIRES BATTERIES THAT FAMOUS PAINT

. thought, but I will tell you whyI Education.The realize what the Office of Education ": I
Open 7 A. -7 aTe.,
has had in, mind all. the Exclusively at
\ feel as I do. Probably the most 7-7190 .
Commissioner of Educa- State: &Lambert US 1-ID t
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controversial issue that was time. Dozens of members who [ .
tion in a foreword endorsed, ap-
scheduled to come before the have previously supported Fed- Colonial Service Station
proved and stated that he want-
I' House, Federal aid to education eral aid to education withdrew EARL
ed action to.be taken to Imple- E. RICE. ProprietorGAS.OILLUBRICATION
apparently has been shelve their support when they saw Flogler Beach HE 92103i
' ment the recommendations of
. ed for the session. the Committee. This booklet this blueprint for the Federal MOTOR TUNE-UP I I =

1 take-over of curriculum and in- GOODYEAR TIRES & BATTERIESU. I Village Hardwar. Center
The House Rules Committee, then states in effect the positionof struction. .So HIWAY 1 BUNNELL 1 I
which as know was packed the U.S. Oftlce'of Education HOUSE PAINTS
you i I
is function in With this bill out of the way I Match and mix color
early in the session in an ef believes its the ED'S any y
and with action on the necessary I Builder's 'i
area of public education.Do I Supplies Kitchenware
fort to make sure that all of PURE OIL STATION
appropriation bills com I GIFTS GREETING CARDS
the President's couldbe they respect local controlof
program pleted as it will shortly be, Specializing in Wash & Waxing AlA Ormond Beach CL 2-042tt
reported to the ,floor for early the schools? Let's see what
I there is no reason for us to stay Batteries-Accessories
action, has balked on his Federal they say. On page 20 of the 1 i i
in session longer MINOR REPAIRS j .
aid to education bills, and report they say, "The'"Division of I I,JEWELER
u.s. Hwy. 1-Danncll ID 7-3138
by a 8-7 vote tabled the motionto Secondary and Elementary We have remaining the authorization 1 I

report the bill favorably. Of School Assistance ;would admin- and" appropriationfor BAR AND PACKAGE STOREBAMBOO BRENDAN Jewelers

course, as I said during the ister the programs' bf aSsistance. mutual security and a tax I I Diamonds-Diamond, Setting
:- Fine Gifts'Hamilton
argument about packing the for the strengthening bf science, bill which our committee has Jewelry and

Rules Committee, this action by mathematics and modern for- been working on for some time, BAR & COCKTAIL 11 I Bulova, Benrus '

the Rules Committee 'cannotit eign language instruction and and which while it may pass, LOUNGE ,r' Watches

to come. up. All they have for the improving of guidance. will be considerably watered i DANCING FRIDAY FROM &9 SATURDAY 'I WatchesJewelry 60 E. Granada-Ormond-Clocks.-OR Repaired 7-505&

Ocean Blvd'AlA-Flaglez Beach FURNITURE

:r" \ ....6., I Ormond Bedding and
.' yr MILLAND BAR AND Furniture Co.
I ,
'!.J.':.,,.Rd.ltt"; ;: t. .., .. ,.'., \ .,' COCKTAIL LOUNGE I r Substantial Discounts on All
... I I Eddie & Mary Shultz. Props. DEDS-SOFAS-FURNITURE
1. ii : ,,:. |10 Tradeln Covers Down PaymentR.
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9 a.m.-2 a.-Sun.. 1 p.m. 2 a.m. 69 Granada., Ormond Deb. OR 7-6411
Ocean Blvd-Flakier Beach
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.. '61.GAIAXIETOWNVJaORlA.Th.: true Cash In on our 3 mi. N. of Flagler on AlA 1 I COLD DRINKS-HOT COFFEE
luxury car of the low-price field, with ', OVERNIGHT KITCIIENETTES ,'
Thunderbird-inspired elegance and comfort.new low Galaxle '"-_. Open 7 A.M.-II P.M. DAY-VEEK-lf: ONTIIHWY
A kend-lOttr.lth.ru.! .. was one!, prices I I A1A-FLAGLER BEACH (
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: : "Fadesin j I PAINTS ;;
; WICKLINE'Building
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....' ,.;..A,::,::' W';:::'<;':'':':'::<''':<:'' "''.>. ... Supplies JERRY'S PAINT MART :
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,: :. STEEL .
Point Sundries i,
il- ,-Wallpaper
Y Flagler Beach HE 9.2254BOT'l"LE t
38 W. Granada-ormond <
'61 FALCON TUDOR.A Falcon with stand- t
ord transmission 'averaged 32.6 mpg inAmerica's ( GASHARRIS ORange 7-0761 ,
I the 1961 Mobllgas Economy Runhighestgas lowest-priced Town -
_. mileage by a 6er 8-cytinder car lathe BOTTLE GAS ROOFER
Run's 25-year history. f3.p ssenger sedan BOTTLE or BULK EDGEMON ROOFING CO.
1 .Iowd on a comparison of Manufacturers of '
:.. .. I aonvIoctwwa'dtfivcrtd tunlatl pi HOME OWNED GAS COMPANY Cement Tile Roofing
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PHONE ID 7.3551
;. ;it!t4. .. Help Flagler County Grow Fast Dependable Service
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i ": ; 8 .' .. ....... ORocge 7.5177. 7-1793
.';. hlmdit'9Or oP ..- _JIll" CONCRETE PRODUCTS
\-' '.8 buy buzzfn "'! Your "Q" For ConcreteDial

I your way in our CL 3-8113 SUE-Z-Q RESTAURANT

R I id 'Dealers 'Bee DAYTONA BEACH Lunches OPEN-24 Dinners HOURS-Sandwiches DAILY .;

: > : SWIiPiQ9L Quillian's Concrete, Inc. I 152 W Granada-ormond Beach

CLEANEBS Open 6 A.Mill P.M. at

146 S. Atlantic Ormond 't
A: spending money on 'now for a '61 Ford with the car that' Wagons-pIck your honey and GIVE TV STAMPS
-. your ear a old&&9Sa* are up and "Beautifully Built save real money during our Ford Shrimp-Steak-Chops-Chicken
*7'O'Il' Ford Dealer 'to TaR .Care of Dealers' SWAPPING BEE! Special OJ ea Dully 8 to 6Pfcone Sandwiches and Shakes .
to a position to pay Itaetf. A 61 Ford Sandwiches and: Pies
low kingsizedtradein ID 7-3188
top dollar for your oea 90,060..... laBe
trade-in. "Mtweea lelj- allowances ,. easiest BREAKFAST ANYTIME
tdese, ," ". 115 N. Bay St. Bunnell
: ,4. terms possible. For savings that Ocean Spray Restaurant '
r.D.A.r. between. oil. bee4ief buzz
/are bee-ycmd on in
..,.:". "A. ., > to.your Ford Dealer's during his DRUG STORES A1A 1 Mile South of Pier' !

I f ,L..ATYOUR, FOM! DEALER'S SWAWtNfi,BEETOBAY! ,priee-bwtia' SWAPPING ..BEE.A Used Furniture-Upholstery
4 Moody PharmacyFlagler
J. ..,", \
I" WELLBORNFurniture
County Corner Drug StorePRESCRIPTIONS

L L'Bunti:A ll: Motor Company I DRUGS SUNDRIES" GOOD USED'&FUBHITUHE Upholstery t

SERVICE New Bedding Mattrcea

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For a sparkle of midsummercolor PRICES ATTRACT

considerplanting one of __
I the new giant blossoming. hi

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. Two new.hybrids, members of r
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I Plume, were developed by Dr. PRICES. AT SHELTONSYOU Favorite Brand
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with white anthers and white, Limit 3 with $5.00 or 'more food order : ':!.. 0 .. t74 iJ t.
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velvety stigma pads in the .-' '\\ i: -" -
,single, 6-inch flower of the "". .",".', :', 4r '-
Plume variety. f Maxwell House ; ;J;" "

y The new hybrids flower freely. .' T 1Ib
They produce flowers from Juneto COFFEE 47

October. The peak season of .can .
showy color is mid-summer, ) :
when' few other plants are able Fancy' Limit with ..
one $5.00'or !Dore food order .', '
to. muster color. Each flower TOMATOES 23c
lasts one day and remains_ open. tb .
almost to sundown.. ,Freestone -. *,..:.: ..'.. .: : -
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The plants reach 5 to 8 feet !' Quart : <' '
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APPLE JUICE ..' .- g fl o t;. \
to landscape schemes. for .
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The new hibiscus varieties are ... ;: ; ) r'0 .
well suited for sunny locations. ,.. o' /
They thrive in wet soils and ... .
FOODSLibbys .
FROZEN Swel Chocolate & Vanilla .. :. -: ;
tolerate, flooding. This makes t ; .
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use. 6 oz. can 't :- : '.. n ? :. .
Hiblsucs of the :
perennial type *
LEMONADEFour 10 $100 : .
comes up year after year. The for

top growth dies to the ground Fisherman 8 oz. pkg. Kraft :_ ""::; .
in the fall, and the plant remains ,
dormant during the win FISH STICKS 3.for '$100 MAYONNAISE -59c.

ter. The roots send out. new Swanson :All Kinds quart,.. .

shoots in the spring. TV DINNERS ea. 59c :' .
Such plants. can: survive cold I .
weather, which is unlike the Armour's Shortening .|" ;
woody Oriental hibiscus now

common in Florida gardens. Perennial WHY PAY MORE .: 3 lb. < '
hibiscus have been VEGETOLE 47

grown in this country for over / can .
100 years, but mostly in the I Uncle Bens -: .

northern states.. '. Limit one with' $5.00 or more food order- I I
Plants from out-of-state have RICE
well in Florida.Therefore -
not grown .
the University researcheris \. 51C Wilson's Creamery'BUTTERq SO FREETOP
seeking to breed plants that -,28 oz. pkg. I
will thrive here. :rt59C VALUE STAMPS

In hunting for a new look in ,- ... Limit one coupon to ADULT ;
hibiscus, Dr. McFadden uses -<.
with $5.00 food order at
only those plants that will Kraft 8 oz. bottle -. -1' more
DadsROOT '
thrive throughout the state. i SHELTONS SUPER MARKETThis

Next,,he keeps only those plants BEER] FRENCH DRESSING 4 for $100 Coupon Expires July 29, 1961
1 that tolerate a wide range of ,
soil conditions, including moisture \ c

The and new pH.hybrids t _have been l/2 gal.LIQUID. I 50 FREE 7 25 FREETOP --1; 25 FREE

designated as perennial hibiscus 'I
-Gator hybrid series 1. A .sec- I
ond series of releases will soon with the purchase of Ii with the purchase of ''I with the purchase of
10 oz. Folgers I: 3 tb pkg. World's BestHAMBURGER Pint KraftSANDWICH
be chosen from another group
of varieties now under test. INSTANT COFFEE +ill t ,SPREADand
Future hibiscus projects at the -, 39 & this coupon I.I.'I and this coupon ''I this coupon

University include: seeking new 22 oz.. cont.- -"' This, coupon. void 7-29-61 'I This coupon void 7-29-61 ::1 This coupon void 7- 9.61
that color .. '. - -
plants will extend the .J. :", :
range of the flowers, produce I
.different flower forms and develop QUANTITY EIGHTS
different growth habits of RESERVED ." ,
Assorted Colors
the plants.
Thurs. Fri. -
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Southern Radio & Television 'y >> THE FRIENDLIEST STORE IN TOWN" Sat.. 8 AJ*. 9 P. Me"f".
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I Grade"A"Dressed: &Drawn i 14 oz.Bottle I. Opening H
I; FRYERS 69 I :f 'I i

,. ea.. I'e. FRIDAY & SATURDAY. ,'
: Western Center Cut I II
Chicken of the Sea
I JULY 28 29 ;

, Pork Chops.. 69i can TUNA 290 I I II

i Grade'"A" Western,Beef 40 count Bondware FREEr

:C Club Steaks ib. 79 PLATES PAPER I r

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; Palm River SLICEDBACON 490
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I, lb. 49 '.2 oz.Shurfine StuffedOLIVES FLASHLIGHTAnd
Fresh Boston Butt '
j r2Se Batteries with FillupsOf I

,Pork Roast lb., 49 Reynolds I 9 Gallons of Gas I

,__ or FOIL WRAPpkg. ,
Henderson's 33e ..,. Or more _
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Soft Weave Colored
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Kraft' 2 for 270
S MAYONNAISE 59* 125 ft. Cutrite j I FREE DRINKS

Chase & SanbornCOFFEE
Ib. 290 i" I
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'can. 12 oz.Van Camps .
Limit one with $5.00 or more food order I

7.oz can PlantersPeanuts' \ I
. 50 EXTRA '
, 3 for$100I can
No. 300 can Van Camps I STAMPS I
r pkg", 59 I can 210 To First 500Customers i

) .. Kraft
Limit one with$5.00 or,more food' order

I 21/2 Shurfine MACARONI'DINNERS I ,

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,' 21/2 Food King CANSBARTLETT JoeGordon's
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10 oz.Birds Eye Elbe.tePEACHES .
4 far _,n 100
i '6 oz. Seald SweetLEMONADE Western ,
'. 10 99c CANTALOUPES 3J1Stmkist ,I I PHONE HE 9-2127

'.', 10 oz.Booth's. BREADED I Ittom Main St. & 251k St. "

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I Mr.,and Mrs.: Rice are residing
i I Return FromHoneymoon .1'[on North AlA at Artesia Park. pat to sJBTAuotrAN1

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Mr. and Mrs. Jack Clegg and
OCR LS Mr. and ,Mrs. John C. Rice daughter. Karen, have returned : !
have returned to their home from a vacation in Gatlirigburg, Look for Spring
I here from a three weeks honey Tenn. During their stay there I .
moon trip to'New York City, Vir they visited points of interestin tr t ty
CANASTA CLUB G. C. LAYTON JR. ginia and North Carolina. The I the Carolinas. ti
: Mrs. Lotta Wadsworth and HONORED AT A bride-is the former :Mrs. Myrtle I i
eight of her Canasta Club mem I DINNER PARTYG. Cockman of BunnJ1.Mr Diane and Isabelle Green of,
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bers of Hawthorne spent,the C. Layton, Jr., was honoredon and Mrs. Rice were married Thomaston, Ga., arrived here recently i
; past weekend in Flagler Beach his birthday anniversary witha in a simple candelight cere- to make their home with 31421Z
at the William Wadsworth beach dinner party. The party was mony at eight o'clock on June their uncle and aunt, Mr. and ZOqiIM
,. home. given by Mrs. G. C. Layton, Sr.,i 124 at the, John .A. Clegg, home, Mrs. Homer Brooks.
: Those enjoying the affair with on July 16 at the Layton Homeon North Palmetto Rev. Thomas
Mrs. Wadsworth were Mrs. W.B. South Anderson Street. I Pinner, Jr.,. pastor of the First Miss Betty Jo Revels and Mrs.
,; Adkins, Mrs. G. E. O'hara, Mrs. About twenty guests were ,Baptist Church of Bunnell officiated !I Sperba of Daytona Beach visited -
Ora Story, Mrs. R.. E. Early, Mrs. seated at,the long ban( &t table I in the ceremony. here Wednesday with Betty Jo's
I Ralph Mathison. Mrs. Kirby which was arranged ox. the I Serving as matron of honor parents, Mr. and Mrs. Bob z
; I Smith, Mrs. Clara Sherouse, and 'screen porch. I and best man were Mr. and Mrs. I Revels.
, Mrs. Josie Arnow. II H. T. 'Cook of Bunnell.
EDWIN CLYDE COFFMAN.,JB. Ray Mercer, as organist, gave I Mr. and Mrs. June Deen of
; CHRISTMAS IN JULY Mr. and Mrs. Edwin Clyde 'a program of nuptial music and I I Miami are spending two weeks !
,Mr. and Mrs. Tom Holden are Coffman are the parents of a i Walter Morris sang. here visiting with Mr. and Mrs.
having a Christmas Dinner to- son born Wednesday morning,I Following the ceremony a reception I C. A. Riddell. They are spend-
night at their home for their July 26, at the East Coast Hos- was held. The bride's i j ing several days this week in
' children and their families. Since pital in St. Augustine. He has table was in the dining room I Jacksonville with his uncle and ..
'I both son in laws are drug store been given the name of Edwin I and was overlaid with a lace If aunt. Mr. Deen is the grandsonof I I ;

.I owners one in Florida and one Clyde Jr.RODGERS. I cloth over pink satin. The, center Mrs. Riddell.Mr. .. ,
In Tennessee, the families are peice_for the table was pink I f. '
'I never able to have Christmas VISITORS sweet roses and baby breath, arranged and Mrs. W. L. Wadsworthand
i dinner together. ARE FROM NEW YORK j in a silver basket. A daughters, Gail, Susan, and .
i The dining room table will be Guests of Mr. and Mrs. Clifford four-tiered cake,' was placed atone Mena are vacationing in .the
I centered with pink poinsettes Rodgers during the past I of the table and a punch mountains of North Carolina for ,
and candles and on the buffet week were :Mr. and Mrs. Ray- bowl at the other. two weeks.

will be a pinK lighted tree. The mond Garrison of Poughkeepsie, ;i, Serving punch and cake from 1
menu will be traditional roast N. Y. They were accompaniedhere J the bride's table were Mrs. Theo Hein left Sunday for St. 1I
turkey with all the trimmings by :Mrs. Garrison's son, I Charles Tonkln and Mrs. H. H.t Cloud, Minn., where he will attend I
including fruit cake. Donald'Bacon of Poughkeepsie, I Murray Cake and punch was a class reunion. He will
Present will be :Mr.: and :Mrs. and her daughter, Mrs..' Don also served from a table ar 'I also spend some time in Benton rn I
Julian Caudill and their family Rice and two sons of Neptune I II ranged on the lawn by the Minn., with his mother, and

Terry, Tommy, and Carolyn, arid Beach, Florida. i swimming pool. Serving there i also visit in Chicago, 111., with Orttf Pattern No. 3142-N w look tot '!
their niece, Miss Ann Caudill, I Mrs. Garrison is the former I were Mrs. Walter Morris and I his sister before returning home. Spring- A rarely boof-n.ck. } all of Elizabeth, Tenn; Mr. Frankie Rodgers of Bunnell and Mrs. Byron Hinson. t .Mr. and :Mrs. box pleated skirl and wouf/i'n/ jacket It
Sturmanare "
and Mrs. Sam Black -and children is the daughter of Mr. Rodgers. I Among the out-of-town guests Raphael an Ideal choice_for Spring. No 3142
vacationing in New York comes In tlztt 12, 14, 16, 18,20.Size 14
Norman, Lee. and Jane of. 0'at the wedding were the bride'schUdren this week and also visiting with fakt S'/t yard of 44-inch fabric.
Ormond Beach. Mr. and Mrs. Carl Sutton and and their families.
his son, Dr. and Mrs. William tdwork/ Pattern No.931.aueer, (
three children of Valdosta Ga.,;They included .a daughter, :Mrs. I pendl, scissors and prett/ material It all ;;
C. H. Muzyka of San Antonio spent the weekend with Mr. and Eddie Strock and family of Daytona .Sturman-of East Orange, N. J. that It needed to male cole curtain, F I
Texas, is spending his vacation Mrs., Bob Revels. Beach; Mrs. Paul Smith Mrs. Richard McNeil and little fcedtpread, vanity set, etc.. Pattern 931 I
contains the Instructions.S.nd
1 here with his parents, Mr. and, Mrs. Revels mother, Mrs. and family of Graham, N. C.; son, Ricky of Memphis Tenn., 35c for each dress pattern 25e ,:
Mrs. Charles Muzyka and other Baxter Sutton who had visited and her two sons, Norman L. are visiting here with Mr. and for each needlework pattern odd lOc for 1
relatives. He is manager of a here three weeks- returned home I Cockman and A. W. Cockman Mrs. Mark Hannah. Mrs. McNeil each pattern for first class mailing) to ,
Grant. Stores In I Texas- : !with 'themof- y '' !and their families of Greens- I'I is the daughter: of Mrs. Hannah. AUDREY Yak .1,_ New LANE York BUREAU/._ Box 1490. NewSTOKELY '1'
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Stokely's 14 oz.CATSUP .

BRANNT JIM'SBETTER $5.00 STAMPSWith or more order 190

Stokely 46 oz. can


JUICE 3,0/1

WHITE LOWER COSTS Stokely's 303 can

FOO DS 119 N. BAY ST. PH. IDLEWOOD, 7-3496 ..tb pkgs 'Z for 3'e
I Nabisco 12 oz. .

I 'z for4geStokely's

.. 31e No. 2/ can
I HERE IS A HOT ONEU. Winter Garden I
Van ''
Camps PEARS 390
S. Choice Beef .
CUSTARD, and ,PEACH Stokely's No. 2 can


No. 300 can O for.
Lean MeatySPARE I

RIBS m390 Winter. Garden No. 21/Z can 4 for $100o. Stokely's No. 303 can

Armours' Star Roll MEAT. ,PIES 6 for IOO 1 canHawaiian Z for.ZSeI BEANS Zfor4Se

*' 390 Reg. or Golden
Stokely's 303 can


CORN a 390
585? ROAST ro 390 Starkist Light meat .

Stokely No. 303 can
Armours' Star' As You Like It Crisp. v TUNA 1/2 ize290 WHITEPOTATOES

BOLOGNA 390 LETTUCE bead 190 91/2 size' 450 ,

Lean Small Porkers Vine Ripe I Red & White SALAD Z orZSe

SLAB, BACON ,.390 TOMATOES ri.210 OIL 390 Hood's

0 Fresh Stewing' Golden Charcoal 20 lbsBRIQUETTES BLEACH g,330

,"1 I!j"... HENS .-#, -1- ':; ,1b Z3'e- BANANAS ? 2 ..190 99 STARCH .410

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Bell Phone Company stock will become stockholder i The A. T. & T. family. is much

'- No. 2000000. At the latest countin i larger than any other in the

Expects Stockholder March, for the annual meet i U.8., commented Moore, in fact,'

ing held "in April, the total was I he added A. T. & T.'s 1'.92: million -

r No. Two Million SoonThe almost 1.92 million, he said. almost equals the total of

"We expect to hit the two the next three largest groups.
mil-I I
nation's largest stockholders lion, sometime late this They are (with New York Stock

I \ family is closing in on an- A. T. & T. crossed the 1.5 I i Exchange figures as of January,

By Leslie Pache I other historic milestone. Buck lion shareholder level in mil-I.i 1961,): General Motors 868,000,

J. Ward 4 0 1 Moore, district manager for Sou- I In 1950 the one millionth I.Standard Oil (New Jersey) 665-

All-Stars, Win I B. Deen 2 0 0 thern Bell in. Daytona Beach I holder joined the family. 000 and General Electric 417,000..

said today. -
I RobbIe 1 1 1
Someday this month a purchaser -
Over Wadsworth I I Whitaker 0 0 0 TRIP SURANCEGo
M. of American Telephoneand
:A. Spivey '4 1 3
1 Telegraph Co. common -
Bunnell Recreation All Stars i!!Jim Burned 4 2 2 A new service that we are proud to 'offer at I

out hit the Wadsworth Lumber I,i Jerry Burnsed. 2 0 1 remarkably low rates. Whether you plan to '

Co. 97. Big Sammy Bertha j:Canakaris 2 0 0 Wildlife Activities be vacationing 3 days or 6 months See us "
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t' Littlefield 4
1 2
I S about trip-surance.
started for the All-Stars.K your .
\ ,Pinner 2 0 0

Wadsworth scored 6 runs and I[Bertha 2 1 0 Will Highlight Camp H. T. COOK AGENCY .
Citizens Bank
tied the All-Stars 6.6 in the

Jim Burnsed hit one of 3rd.1 35 9 14 For Florida 4-H'ers Bunnell, Florida ID 73361FOR

''i longest third.home Cliff runs McGriff for 2 2 baseman AI Swimming, boating and fish ..r..r...w.r.....r.-.r..fI......'....",....fI.............................r."'."-'.-.'"..
the I II Wadsworth > R H lJ'lJ'l

" hit a home run in the top 'D. Burned 3 2 1 ing will headline activities for ALL HOURS-DAY OR NIGHT ,
about 100 boys attending Flor.ida'
of, the fourth to go ahead 76. J. Rodgers 4 0 0
t 26th annual Boys' 4-H
Dick Littlefield hit a long-t: C. Wall 2 2 0 AMBULANCE
Club Wildlife Camp, July 24.29,
triple in the 7th. ,Preacher Pin- I;J. I. Sheffield 4 1 2
at 4-H Camp McQuarrie in. the PHONE VAlley 4-1625
ner pitched the last four in- J. Hargett 3 00 SERVICE
Ocala National Forest.
nings and only allowed 1 hit B. Cummins .4 0 0 ST. AUGUSTINE. FLORIDA
Delegates are selected for outstanding "
I and 1 run. Wadsworth had a T. Durrance' 3 1 1.
4-H Club work, with Garcia Ambulance. We
Never be hesitant about calling a
Sheffield 2 0 0
man on 2nd and 3rd in the bot
j Hull 1 0 0 special emphasis on wildlife at service with promptness safety and
tom of the 7th with 2 out. Sheffield ; are always your
projects, according to Grant
hit to Littlefield, ,for the I:Mercer 2 1 0 win, associate state boys'GOd-I experiellee.I .

first out and the All-Stars defeated
the champs. 2:1' 7 .4 Club agent and camp chairman. I Equipped With Oxygen Resusitator and Inhalator
Boys will attend daily classesin
All Stars Ab R H I I Two base hits, "Jerry Burned,
native crafts
I forestry, quail
Garcia Funeral HomeP.
Kelly 1 0 0 {:Tommy Burnsed,: J. I. ,Sheffield. and fishpond management, con

H. Kuleski 3 2 21 I I field.Threes base hits, Dick Little. servation, fishing and fishing E. GARCIA, Licensed Funeral Director

McGriff 4 1 tackle, gun safety and boats, LADY ASSISTANT
Home runs, Jim Burnsed. Cliff
motors and water safety.

PHARMACY I All-Star 13211019

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Free Delivery in Flagler Beach LOOKING AROUNDTHE with t FARM INTERPHONE
Rt. AlA 1 mi. North of LEAUE
Well, we ,closed out our soft-
FLAGLER COUNTY, FLORIDA, ball season. I would like-to take
IN CHANCERY NO. 4292 this time to thank '
WILLIAM T. REED. I r everybodyfor '
Plaintiff, a wonderful job of helping .1J.. ;fti t ,
va. "' "'
RUTH REED I I out. I will thank all personally Itml 'I'I

NOTICE TO Defendant.DEFEND I I as I see them later. I would '

THE STATE OF FLORIDA. TO: also like to thank all the ';'
fans :
Ruth ReedResidence r' 1, ,
Unknown I I for their support and attend ::" r
You are hereby notified that a I*' :
cult has been filed against you in ance. I hope they all enjoyed
the above entitled cause; and you i j r.r. y Dx
are hereby required file your answer II the boys playing. a
with. the Clerk of this Court.
and to thereof Well, this will be all for now
serve a copy upon w rp
the plajntlff or plaintiff's attorney. I I and will start getting ready for it 4.yl
whose name and address. is: ;
Maurice I(football season. ,,: ,
Wagner ::, "
216 South Palmetto Avenue I I :: :" k :' x f2+t. \ f
Daytona Beach. Florida
not 1961.later than August 18th. A. D. I I ; :?' .
If fall to do 'decree
you so. pro I ";0i
confesso will be entered against' Navajo Indian purposely J '
you for the relief demanded in the i
bill of complaint. The nature of weaves imperfections into a
said suit being for divorce. blanket, believing creation of a t :Rs
s jt
WITNESS my hand and seal of I
said Court this 13th day of July, perfect design would mysteriously II" -
A. D. 1961.Official I
( Seal) E. A. SMYTHE end his career as a
Clerk of said Circuit Court \weaver. I
July 20-27 & Aug. 3-1o.-ttc I

Plaintiff I IN KB: Estate of
John Peter Daniels ALL, WHOM IT MAY CON-
Residence UnknownYou ,CERN: ?
are hereby notified that a I NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN
suit has been filed against you In that_I have filed my final returns
the above entitled cause; and you administrator of the estate of
are hereby required to file your answer GENERAL GRANT WILSON deceased -
with the Clerk of this Court ; that I have filed my petition ,
and to serve a copy thereof upon for final discharge and thatI
the plaintiff or plaintiffs attorney, will apply to the Honorable T.K. a. 'J,
whose name and address is: McKNIGHT County Judge of Flag- ..
Richard D. Bertone s ler County. Florida.. on August 21. ,
216 South Palmetto Avenue 1961 for approval of the same and "
Daytona Bea h. Florida for final discharge as administrator .c
not later .than" August 4th. A. D. of the estate of GENERAL ... 1You're ;.
1961.. GRANT WILSON, deceased.. \ '
If you fall to do so. decree pro I S/ VINNIE WILSONAdministrator : -- Close the Phone
confesso will be entered against I of the estate of Always to _:
you for the relief demanded in the I GENERAL GRANT WILSON :
bill of complaint. The nature of I deceased. .
said suit being for divorce. First publication date: July 20.
WITNESS my hand and seal of 1961. > the Whole Closer ';'
and Farm is You
said. D.Court 1961.Official this 30th day of June.A. July 20-27 & Aug. 3-10-Itc to ::2; i

Clerk of said Circuit Court IN CHANCERY NO. 49S # t
July 6-U-20-1-Uc MANUEL RODUIGUES NEVES.Plaintiff. ; Save time, effort and money-and: give your farm a lot : <,; ,

va. t of extra convenience supervision and protection-with I:
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'l iIIllr ?aglrr elritmnrBUKITBIX. DORO NEVES. Defendant. .. the new ,Farm Interphone system. : t .. -I

FLORIDA THE Angelica STATE NOTICE Do OF TO Nascimento FLORIDA.DEFEND-TO Isldo-: :,:;' Farm Interphone? enables you to take and make' :" ::7 } 1\\

I t! ro esUnknown Nevea :', calls from work areas talk on-the-spot with people ,7-' -. ,, { : j : ;

MRS. M. B. FULLER. Editor I auit You has are been hereby filed notified against that you, In'a in the house and other buildings monitor sounds. '" ':

Delc.ated Official Pablleattoaf the are hereby above entitled required cause to file; your and you answer / around the farm and hear a voice or ringing phone '; :xJ i;
1 :
with the Clerk of this Court. >
.r PvbUe N.tee. .* Blaster and to serve a copy thereof upon ',:- from afar-missing no calls. ..f ,..;;-.( .- .
the plaintiff or plaintiffs attorney -J
Outy Kfwdelpalltles tkeretm .;. '"'
whose name and address Is: To find out how Farm Interphone can mean more -;.-; '::, -' .
and : .' Cecil Grant -
the State. f FIe" '' W. ,
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407 Daytona% Main Beach.Street Floridanot ;:'. profit and less work for you, contact your Southern BellBusiness .-/ : ,'

Entered u aceoad elaaa matter 13SU later than" August 21st. A. D. ':, n !__ !., .,s.l'' :. :

February "1813.'at the I eetefiee If YOU fall to do so. decree pro r.. "I
confesso will be entered against :
at Baaaell. FI.ddad uder act ef' you for the relief demanded In the r
nature of v'i ;,f .'
March 3. 1870. bill of complaint. The \ :,4 -
said suit being for divprce. Bell .
t WITNESS my hand and seal of '" '1l!' ;
said Court this 17th day of July.A. ,
ODe 41-60 ,.
year- 1 c'I. '1
D. 1951.Official .
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months. 11.1. Seal E. SMYTHEClerk ) .....1' w4 l1iti4tJ. '
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The volunteers in the Flagler Roy Likens, Jr., joined the Sunday school, 9:30 A. M. and

Beach and Marineland areas fdr u.S. Army July 11th and has morning worship service at 10:30A.

a< I the Cancer Drive have receiveda been assigned to Fort Jackson, .M. All services are held in

LUNA' BABBITT -) .' _note of appreciation for their S. c., for his basic training. Roy the Woman's Club building.Mr. .

Telephone HEmlock 9-2098 I work. They were: called his parents Sunday and

Miss Diane Likens, Marine- stated that he is now a squad

WOMAN'S CLUB SALE MRS. JENNINGS land; Mr. and Mrs. John Better-. leader; has received temporary : and Mrs. Joel Smith from
FOR MERCHANDISE ITEMS VISITS'RELATIVES busch.: corporal stripes, and has taken Palatka were in their beach

I The sale of merchandise items Mrs. Ellen Jennings who has Flagler Beach Garden Club- tests for Army Engineer Drafts- home for the weekend.

sold.for the Woman's Club been visiting her parents in Mrs. Leola Jones, Mrs. Sara Mar-: man. Anyone interested in writing ...,.
being .
1. Amsterdam, N. Y., for sometimewas tel, Mrs. E. W. Spivey, Mrs. Roy contact his motherfor
completed can
to acquire silvermust be returning to her home in Juanita Strauser. his complete address. .... ... .. ............
by August 1st, accordingto Orlando Thursday 'and stoppedover Junior Woman's Club-Mrs. O. F. ALFORD

Mrs. Charles Charoni, chair- to see her brother in law i Carol Jean Atkinson Mrs. Jo- Registered
man. Contact Mrs. Charon across.( and 'sister, Mr. and Mrs. Henry anne Peavy, Mrs. Betty Little- Visiting here several" days is II
from the Recreational Center. Shill. field. Mrs. W. A. Babbitt, mother of Real Estate BrokerBunnelL

All sales are a part of which the Accompanying her on the,trip Flagler Woman's ClubMrs.Inez Arthur Babbitt from Augusta, Florida

Dollar Dividend project were her sister, Mrs. Horace Andrews Crenshaw, Mrs.Betty Shultz Ga. She was accompanied by

has been so successful during and son Billy,. and their Mrs. Flossie Haines, Mrs. Esther her daughter Mrs. F. Bollinger,
, and adds
t. .the summer months fund. I I nephew, Michael Phoenix. The Heydt, Mrs. Harry Treadwell, son-in-law and daughter Rev.

to the building group returned from Orlando Mrs. Phillip. Kester, and Mrs. D. and Mrs. O. A. Radford from PAL PARKER'S. INC.

f Other projects are'_ greeting :Monday of this week and spent Buono. Ashville, N. C. Automotive Specialty Center

,: cards being ordered by Mrs. the day here with the Shills. BRAKES UEL1IVED 91&3
Grace Clay now, and benefit During the day they'went'sightseeing PARTS AND LABOR
Donnie Aaron serviceman stationed Mr. and Mrs.- Stewart Alton FORDCIIKVHOL.ETPLYMONTIIOTHERS
, card parties are to be announc- at Marineland and were f 1IK95
l ed later. Mrs. Esther Heydt is accompanied by Mrs. Shill. at Fayetteville, N. C., has !I from Jacksonville spent several 540 Mason Ave. Daytona
been home for two weekendsthis days last week in the Meeks cot-
chairman of the birthday calendar -
month to visit his parents, tage here.
and. wants members.to start I OU11J'OARDERAuthorized
Mr. and Mrs. Stanley Springer THE
official fall Mr. and Mrs. W. L. Aaron.
taking names. The
andfamily spent Sunday
meeting in September will be Orange -Park with her parents, Mr. and Mrs. Cletus Strauserare Evinrude Dealer

the next meeting, according to i Mr. and Mrs. David DeCastro.Mr. Mr. and Mrs. Wilson Lowe leaving to spend two weeks BOATS ACCESSORIES REPAIRS i

President Mrs. Phillip Kester. and family spent last Sundayin vacation in their former home, Dockage -WE Storage FINANCE- Free Ramp i 1

Winter Haven with relatives. Halifax, Penna.:
and Mrs. Judson P. Stryk- 825 Ballough Rd-Daytona j jI
I John Delaney of Jackson- I jI i
Mrs. er, Jr., have returned from their .. -
ville spent ,the: weekend here honeymoon and are living in Visiting on Tuesday with Mr. I
with her parents, Mr. and Mrs. Ninth Street. and Mrs. V. W. Haines were her
Max Porte. brother and sister in law Mr. '
and Mrs. William Allbritton
Mrs. George Moody returnedto ,A. H. CRAIG. Funeral Director
Tallahassee. They had just
Mrs. Amelia Gilbert is enter- ,
her home here Sunday after JOHN HARDIN Associate
and returned from a visit with rela-
taining her grandson spending sometime in. Binning
tives in Canada.
granddaughter, Tommy, and ham, Ala. She was accompanied AIR LADY OXYGEN

Eva Johns from Orlando, at the back by Miss Anna Waelda, Miss CONDITIONEDCHAPEL I I EQUIPPED
Dickinson cottage. Jean Mitchell and her daughterMiss Mrs. Ray Martel and daughter ATTENDANT AMBUL'ANCE.SPhone
Chris went to Quincy Sundayand .
Judy Dodson. They madea
returned Monday accompanied ID 7-3532
trip Wednesday to Melbourne I
with Mr.
'" Visitors last week
by her mother, Mrs. H. B.
and :Mrs. A. 0... Brantley were where Miss Mitchell remainedfor Brock. I 201 E. MOODY BLVD. BUNNELL. FLORIDA .
their daughter, Mrs. Barbara her vacation.

Englemann and her children, .

Sara, Johnny and David, from
Jacksonville. Mr. and Mrs. W.T. t
::"' :
Home and daughter from Savannah 3. .. A SUPERMARKET IN YOUR ..

also stopped by for a .
short visit with them. i.


Chubby Dzioba and daughters, ---- I

Nancy and Sally, of Ormond !
Beach spent Sunday here. with -
: j
; Mrs. Nettie 'Brusich.- Mrs. Dzioba :< "
was called to. Cleveland,. Ohio, )Lt4 ; r -
t \QI
because of the serious illness of )
I ..
E her father. :. }:Yt :

r Mr. and Mrs. George Miles ,, .. .::::: I .j.'r) .. ; '
i Moody have returned from their .,.;{ ::: .F> : "
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trip last week to 'Nassau.

: Mrs. Harry Treadwell is attending : i i'L l \ ,' -, (c\-rb= ,

E this week the School oft s _. e'2t s
t Missions at Southern College in .. f. Y
: Lakeland. Mrs. Treadwell is :'
t Secretary of.Supply for the :I.

; Woman's Society' for Chrlstain .J .ttTi-iJ ,., z-f :
7rgidwt : ._
r. Service in the. new DeLand district -I- -fi,. .
; yi.tr;a .. .

It .-jr. 3 -. I 1t:f fe ', .
P I ''iii.. 'C ;: .

Community ==:; :=

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I Memorial ChurchInterdeaominatlenal '
AN ENGINEER! ...'Miss Germany ; : :.
of 1961" Is an engineer. "... '
AIR CONDITIONED Marlene Schmidt, 24, snows off i ;t
Daytona Ave. her skills at the light control l f
board of the Knrhanssaal in
Baden-Baden, Germany where .
I Sunday School 10:00( A.M. the contest was held. '

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Plaintiff ,

I BOYCE C. "WILLARD.vs. 7;..' Day and night, your family literally lives bargain prices.Todays' refrigerator-freezers .

NOTICE TO Defendant.DEFEND ':_, out of your refrigerator. But if you're are double-duty food centers with Iota of
I THE STATE OF FLORIDA TO: ; still "getting along" with an out-of-date room for both fresh and frozen foods.And [ .
Boyce C. Willard
141 Laurelhurat Dr. :l model, then you haven't known the real frost-free models never need defrosting! .

I RU You Keyport.are hereby New notified Jersey that a, 1 convenience: of a modern Electric RefrigNow's the best time to buy. Trade-in r-
, psI suit has been filed against you in. <;Y' erator-Freezer TWO big appliances allowances and terms were never better. .s'p
the above entitled cause: and you s .
are hereby required to file your an- in ONE! So GO MODERN! See today's completely ;-
with the Clerk of this
swer Court. .t' You'll less often-save time and Electric Refrigerator-Freezers (and .
I and to serve a copy thereof upon ... shop. new .
, whose the plaintiff name 'or and plaintiffs address attorney is: money by stocking up on "specials" at home freezers,too) at your dealer's. '; ,

Ray Selden .
. Selden Building .
, 800 Main Street }
Prompt Service Daytona Beach. Florida f
'. net 1361.later than August 25th. A. D.- i oMameless. & .1b .

PLACE YOUR ORDER WITH US If you fail to do so. decree pro ( tnt ttrttt -
confesso will be entered againstyou
\ for the relief demanded in the rfrnKta
The Flagler Tribune bill of complaint. The nature of ) .
Bald suit being for divorce. 0 ... FLORIDA POWER & LIGHT COMPANY /1 ._
WITNESS my hand and seal of \
said Court this 19th day of July. HELPING BULD FLORIDA '
t Phono IDleWood 7-3382 A.D. mi
,:. ,. (Official Seal) E. A. SMYTHE
BunnelL Florida Clerk of said Circuit Court
July 27 & Aug. S-10-1T-4tc


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1 R'., PAGE- EIGHT -THE FLAGLER TRIBUNE, BUNNELL. FLORIDA __ Thursday, July 27, 1961 .

Pushing To Fill of Panama and northwest Co. vines-and a great deal of I I miles from northern Alaska to ible- 'avenue of international

: lombia. There preliminary workis money will ,be required." southern Chile, it climbs mountains commerce, mutual defense, and

j Last Gaps of Pan- finally getting under way. Vital to Progress leaps rivers, ?, pushes understanding. To individuals,

Wheels Penetrate Wilds Much money, skill, and en- through swamps, deserts jung- Eskimo to Patagonian, it brings

:;' American Highway ergy have been expended to les, and forests.To y higher living standards. -

Wheels broke the Isthmian' build the Pan American High the Hemisphere as whole. ,
:.' Since the development of automobiles barrier for the first time in the I way. Reaching some 19,000;!the Highway stands as a tang- Subscribe to The Flagler Tribune
' -
spring of 1960. the ---- ---
:. Western Hemisphere Sponsored by $2.50 A Year In Advance
leaders,have dreamed of an un- Pan American Highway Congress .

;. broken highway from the Arctic a Jeep and Land-Royer
Circle to' the Strait of Magellan. expedition followed earlier' foot Trade in your Community .

;", The dream is now approaching explorers to chart the highway's Sarah E. Martel
x. fulfillment. Only two often- course through Panama's Darien iDt1'fjr '
and Colombia's Choco provinces.The NOTARY PUBLIC
<0 impassable stretches remain to : arc'twa
; ; fai??: :x; ;
be conquered along the 19-na- mission included Panamanian ) FLAGLER BEACH ,,/'
, tion Pan American Highway Colmbian, and United x;'j ? & S4 !iGY HE 9.2203-Lehlgh St. 'j

System. States representatives, plus a
S Construction is being pushed crew of woodsmen. Among unofficial J I off'' F9 PtL gt :
.. MOODY'S (
: on one of the gaps-in Costa members who joined the I II I II > >.' i '
Rica and Western Panama- group' for at least part of the I I / Floral Service

with the expectation that all- way were a European news- 1
i weather transport south to the woman and 'a woman anthropologist -! R. MOODY-Ph. ID 7.3240'

: Panama Canal will be possible from Panama who Service, Reasonable Prices
.. by the end of 1962. made the journey to study the ,
: The second and tougher section region's Indians. The National -

,j lies beyond In the jungles Geographic Magazine sent staff FREE PAINT

. and hills of the eastern Isthmus writer-photographer Dip Ross to One extra gallon of your choice J

S. report the expedition's advent- with each gallon you buy
t ures and progress.It !
CLASSIFIED Mary Carter Paint Store
was a rugged trip, involving f I 1 i Ii I
emergency bridge building Also Westcate Shaoplnir CenterTVSERVICE .
, Trading at home is like your paycheck? There's the .. '
hacking paths through dense
\ ADS vegetation, and at times haul- contributing to a communityfund grocer, the doctor, the milk- \

ing the vehicles over steep drive or Joining the man, and others.
Lilting under this heading are
.' 3 eenta per word each inmertlon, ridges by steel cable and pully volunteer fire department.It's We say shopping with
f.:'' 75 cent hi minimum charge. rigs. By official count, the party a true example of com local merchants is a sign of I Agent For
Sears 20-inch roll crossed 26 rivers, 180 creeks and
FOR SALE-1 because
t.. munity spirit.Whatever community spirit our
; about fan, 1960 model, forward ravines, and built 125 palm-log
the community's community lives from the RCA & PHILCOTUBES
and reverse, automatic thermo bridges.
; stat, $30.00.. Mrs. Frank Steflik, The travelers required more principal income, the majority products each of us has to I' .& ANTENNAS SOLD

: Sr., Phone ID 73642. 7-27-2t than three months to grind 271 of the people earn sell. i AND INSTALLED

!r miles from Chepo, Panama, to their living by doing business Trade at home for your
.. the Colombian border. "Some with one another. As an own sake-and J community,
2 baths, double garage, ,
day, said Mr. Ross, "cars will
built in kitchen example, what happens to progress.
, good well water,
make the trip in hours. But be- TVBobFLAGLER
located on 2 corner lots. Fifth fore bulldozers
' they do, will I
; and Daytona in Flagler Beach. widen the passage, graders will I This Community Ad Sponsored By I BEACH
j Phone HE 92378. 7-27-ltc smooth sections, shovels will
The Flagler Tribune I PHONE HE 9.2204
t 5 NOTICE-To whom it may con cut and fill, the ridges and ra
.. ..
; cern. The restaurant known as .
f. : the Windmill Grill has been

.'T leased to and will be operated 01 .

::' by Mr. and Mrs. J. F. Burnsed. Ask your dealer about real cool extra-cost option-Chevrolet'air conditioning., .

.' M. H. Dawson,.Owner. 7-20-3tp '

).. SALE OR TRADE-Ford, 1958, Summer Savings Now

air conditioned, R&H., trade for I

lot at Flagler-Beach or sell, also .. at 'yourChevrolet
. Chrysler 1955 Nassau $400. J.W.

,t Green, Flagler Beach Hotel.

. July 2O. tp' I I Dealer'sOneStop
Corvair 700 Club Coupe. A 2-door budget-minded .'
;', FOR RENT OR SALE-3 bed- beauty with thistledown handling, rear-engine trac-
: room house at north end of Pal tion and quick-stepping, sassy performance. Shopping Center

: metto, Flagler Beach, on boat I
'4 canals, cool pleasant living, exceptional -
I value,' beautiful in. You'll find the buys even more inviting than the

4., S tenor and'exterior $90.00 per: weather at your Chevrolet dealer's now. Because

..... month for September 1 occu 0 more people are buying Chevrolets than any other

nt: pancy., Contact present renters make, your dealer can serve up summer savings.. in
t'I. or Alexander Lumber Co., Daytona : I -extra big portions.
Beach, Florida. 7-20-TF If you like your driving full sized, you can choose
,. from Bel Airs and
thrifty Biscaynes, people-pleasin' .
FOR RENT furnished 3-room Nomad 9PassengerStation Wagon. Chevrolet' impeccable Impalas. If you've a yen for a big wagon,
house, $40.00. ID 73304. the full-sized wagon more people are picking. A Chevy's got six that haul like sixty.If .
choice of sir to on from nifty Nomads to
13 tf
. July .
' ,I thrifty Brookwopds. thrift-size your size, then Corvair's the car _
: S Ocean front housekeeping apart for you. Ten budget-pleasin' models to pick fr.om. ;

ments, 1 and 2 bedrooms compete And, of course, every Corvair is a driver's delight
f. with linens and all utilities. thanks to the nimble, sure-footed going that's yours

I f" Sun deck, fishing, swimming, t. with Corvair's superb.rear-engine design.It .
sure adds up to a lot of happy-driving ways to
r loafing. Day, week or month.
:' Sun Sea Manor, Flagler Beach. save, doesn't it? Thirty-one, to be exact. With so
HE 92082'7* : much so handy at your Chevrolet dealer's, choosinga

-'. .. new car just couldn't be simpler or savin'er. '
r. FOr ,RENT one furnished apartment Come in and see for yourself.Jetsmooth ..
f. call Harris Appliance : i. Bel Air 4-Door Sedan. Priced just above the '
and Gas Co., ID 73367. "" thriftiest full-sized Chevrolets, Bel Airs give your
It. 6-29-tf, .! : the full treatment of Body-by Fis1ler.'craftsmanship.; Chevy I Ii

to L FOR RENT Unfurnished large i r' I

2-bedroom garage' apartment. _

. Call HE" 9-2318, or see Zeke ,. ....;...- .
": :
, Chaffee. 11-17-tf .

;' SEPTIC TANK-cleaning reasonable : ;

rates. 'George, -Jarosz, Phone : : '

t. ID 7.3410 3.2 to 8-24-tp :
, i
: t S- :; .i.I'
'- f. FOR RENT f urnlsned 2 bedroom ,,: ; .: .,., 5'
'- :
,it" L I -- --------.S.---- ,,'.
one bath house, Daytona Ave., '_; I' .5 '.. fr
\: Flagler Completely ren

ovated. 85.00 per month. Keys "
tip ;
."., .. L,.
0"" Gulf Station.Nov 10-tf J4 ;
, _..... ; ., Impala Door Sedan. Like all Chevrolets,this Impala gentles'.(. "
----JOHNSTON'S .;;:'" ,< ,.; rough roads (or any other kind) with Jet-smooth magic. &'(.:,_ .Y 'fR :;

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::"t' FLAGLER BEACH.. 'REALTY. CO.- :;X. ,< :.See)the new Chevrolet . E Ii,.: : LOTS HOMES, OCEAN 'FRONT ,3 'your' :. ; ,:-- -. ._....... -. .
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1'/'. .WATER'' AONTFARMS,. -. ,Li..>!' ; :on '. "' : '; : .: :: R '

';" < ACREAGE ; ?
) See a >for ye*itt :*e |"eetoto'aeedB .. .. i'a
: .
". .- '': ::pie Pine ;HS"9-2M2 : .. : HALL-TIMLIN. CHEVROLET :COMPANY. .. .' : :.1:

i T' .Retie Phones ID 73901or ..:"t.. k .\. .
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t'r., ,_' .oOL' _' -'" -- -. -,ID- 7l7..... '..... -:. ">{.>'{ ': TELEPHONE ID. 7-3131. BUNNELL FLORIDAa .. ,.
,- ""':.' ..$* .- : ;.. ,.- .- -. '., iif&i2J 1:::': : ';">3 : =";" : ,'- ,:' ,,: "

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