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Title: The Flagler tribune
Physical Description: Newspaper
Language: English
Publisher: s.n.
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Place of Publication: Bunnell Fla
Creation Date: August 3, 1961
Publication Date: -1981
Frequency: weekly
regular
 Subjects
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 )
 Notes
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
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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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t ;: VOLUME 49, NO. 30 BUNNELL,, FLORIDA, THURSDAY, AUGUST 3,i 1961 $2.50. A YEAR

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/. ,Businessmen, I All SohoolBus 'j School Staffs I Lake Neoga Water I I'I County Board


'eity i Officials I[Drivers ,Attend Are Announced 'I Safe'I For Swimming Holds .Informal l

!Training Program Analysis Indicates

Confer Water I Ij ,For 61-62 Year j; Meet On Roads
on I All Flagler county school bus I I Ii (ji I Water samples have been I

i drivers have successfully com i[taken again from Lake Neoga
j The Flagler Beach Area Business i pleted a 16-hour School Bus I County School Superintendent Ion I July 1T for bacteriological The Board of County Commissioners .
Holland / ilnces the fol. met Wednes
Z. D.
J a informally
board of Course The results of these
Club's governors Driver Training sponsored analysis.
II and other members met Sunday by the State Department of I lowing persons /Ave J been elected (I I cultures indicate the water is day morning with representatives

::1 afternoon at the Flagler 'Beach Education. The course was as faculty embers of the satisfactory for swimming, Flag of the State Road Department
, separate school \\or the :1961-62 (I concerning building or rebuilding
officials of Flag
Hotel with city taught at the Bunnell High ler County Sanitarian Officer ti
' ler Beach and Bunnell. Meet- School Tuesday through Friday school year\: J i! Frank Boswell said today. I of certain highways in
Ing with them were :Michael of last week. I Flagler Beach S'tipol-Grade I It must be remembered that this county. The meeting was

Murray, representing Flagler Bill Morris of the State De Rosemary Brown, gt de 2 Su I I swimming is a very healthful attended by Max Brewer fiifth

Harbors, Inc., and County Engineer I partment of Education conducted I zanne Bourne; grade 3\Emma- exercise but also a rather district road board member and

D. D. Moody. the, course which dealt withi Kulp; grade 4, Ruth Sunihier- I I strenuous one which, if indulged Richey Green fifth district engi

The informal meeting was i I training for emergency and feldt; grade 5, Daisy Moody; i Iin for long period at any one neer.

called to discuss the problem of :safety measures and all phases grade 6, W. E. Fennell. I time, reduces the body's natural The group discussed rebuilding

water in Flagler Beach. An I:of school bus driving. It is a Bunnell school James O. resistance to disease and makesit of the old brick road from

ample supply of good water is I!school bus drivers .training pro. Craig, principal and supervisor. much easier for one to be., Bunnell to Espanola wfiere it

, not only 'badly needed by the I II i i gram being carried on over the Roberta Steflik and FrancesWadsworth (I I come ill from organisms picke connects with State 305 and, in ;

I residents of the town now but I I I state by the education department kindergarten.Hazel i 1 I up in the water. addition, to build a short cut-
Holland and Geraldine from the old brick
over road
it is also important to the development Usually, most fresh water
of the "Marshland." I Those completing the course Vaughn, first grade. II i I lakes are safe for swimming if just north of Bunnell city limits
: I Edna McClure, second grade. to intersect with U.S. Highway
Flagler Harbors, Inc., holds a .were Travis Chambers, Flagler not overcrowded. The natural
contract for development of the .County Supervisor of School I Opal Craig and and \Vilda action of sun, wind and evapo 1. The state road board representatives

Marshland tract which consistsof .'Buses, ''Eva and. John Better- Hargett, third grades. ration help keep down the agreed to this part/of

about 330 acres acres on the I:, busch Colleen Dupont, Stella Ruth Townsend, fourth grade. chance of bacteriological infec the work.

south side of Highway 11 and :Moody, Mary Harding, and Dorothy t Laura Morris and .Eddilene I!tion. There are however, many To enable rebuilding the old
east of the Intracoastal Waterway I Salyerds. Noles, fifth grade. ;types of fungus;and algae pres. brick road from State 11 in the

j I! I IiNew"Busine Viola Tonkin, sixth grade. .. I i tl ent, so long exposure to the lake I.center of Bunnell to intersect
Gifford McGriff, phy ed and with U. S. 1 near the south city
:Mr. Murray said Flagler Harbors might be harmful, Mr. Boswell I r
has employed Consulting ses I basketball coach. concluded. r limits, it will require filling a
Engineer Dr. Smith 'of Gainesville John A. Cannon, guidance. I II I drainage ditch parallel to and

to direct activities on : Amelia McCoy and Averley I Ion I the right of ,the Florida East
Increase Shown
half of Flagler Harbors in be-I Brown, English. j I ASC ElectionI Coast Railway a few hundred
Kenneth Cole, science. feet. Authorities are negotiatingwith
search for and location of an

:. ample The town supply commissioners of good water.present I For May and, June I Emma Gloria Martucci Murray,,junior language.Inez high.. I For 1961 Is Set change.the railroad to effect this

were reported as agreeing j I I The incorporating of new busi ( Manuel, junior high. !t The ASCS office advises that Also discussed but without
Mary Broadaway, home economics there will be I any firm 'commitment being
election ofcounty
anxi
that they were ready and nesses in Florida has turned' upward I I an
ous to begin drilling test wellsas thousand i 1 committeemen to serveforl962 I made regarding a ,truck bypass
again, the- -
oassing *
Manuel.coach arid
Gerald '
round BunnelL
It has been
", -t marshland "deedis lri' Flagrer""cotlntjr.Nominations
:soo ra mark..1 n Both"..May"d '.
1 1'
physical education. proposed that the bypass would
executed. will be received
of this the Florida
June
It is expected that the deed State Chamber year of ,Commerce re Jack Hardin, assistant coach I'I by petition in the county office I I take off from State 11 just west !

for the marshland developmentwill I and junior high. until August 11. Persons nominated of town cross over to State 100
ports. Basil Wood, mathematics. will be included in the about a mile north, and then '
be ready to be signed at "Not since December of last! I I I
Theo C. Hein, commercial sub. intersect U. S. 1 by of State
the, stated meeting ot'the town which tallied 1,028 new slate of nominees. If.a person way
I year I jects. I I I Road 100 interchange.This .
commissioners tonight (Thursday incorporations, has this mark nominated by petition is found
W. E. Finley, agriculture. he will bypass has been
); been passed. The monthly .average ineligible : be notified of pro-
I last year stood at 975 new Sarita Bradley, physical edu such determination prior to the proposed in an effort- to ease

1lncoPOratlonssomewhat below cation. date set for completion of the traffic where State 11 intersectsU.S.

J Opening Date of the 1959 average of 1,056 but Jeanne Cannon, librarian. nominee slate. 1 on Moody Blvd. However,
Walter Morris; music. business places especially service
I considerably better than in 1958. Ballots will be mailed to all
Carver school-Leroy Hunter, eligible farmers before stations and restaurants on
August
SchoolsIs The first six months of this
County
I showed a total of 5,542 Incorporations principal. 21. They will be marked and U. S.1 have voiced objections on,
year Caretha Harris, Affie Wright, the grounds that the congestiondoes
,I returned to the county office before
13 cent below
Tues. Aug. 29 I 1960. June,, however per was only ; Hercules Benjamin, first grades. I August 31, indicating the not warrant a. bypass and, i
i 13 decided improvement I Lolita Palmer and Juanita'Williams choice for five offices in the too, that such a route would '
cent down, a
per second grades. I committee. Those presently in be damaging to business along i
schools of monthly drops
All Flagler county. over
Louzetta Singletary and Vf- this U.S. 1 through town by taking I
will open ,for the 1961.62 ses of from 15 to 20 per cent early capacity are:
I I I neda Smith, third grades. ,I A. B. Johnston, L. O. Robert. automobile traffic business
sion Tuesday, August 29, Z. D. : this year.
Essie Giddens and Florence i
number of son, vice chairman; W. W. Deen, away. .
Holland, county superln "Off.setting tlje I I i Roundtree, fourth grades. Members of the county board
endent'l' regular member; George Clegg,
has announced. newly established firms in the II
) Queen Polite, fifth grade. first alternate; R. W. Cody, Jr., I I said that it agreed to the'truck
the,school calendar_for th !erm: state, failing firms through June \
Ernest Irvin, sixth grade.
second alternate. route believing the people of
August 16, preschool conference I numbered 527. half as many
I I Preston Marshall, music. I Bunnell wanted it, but "so far !
for teachers begin and runs again as in the same period of I
Catherine Crawford, home ec as we are concerned we are ,
28. 1960 according to compiled Game Commission
through August reports I' onomics. .
willing to forget the by-pass if
August' 29, school begins. 1 I by Dun and Bradstreet., Evangeline-, English. substantial objections are rats \\1,
"September' 4, Labor Day vaca I "Current liabilities of the fail I Sets Hunting Laws '
Johnnye Lynum, mathematicsand by citizens of Bunnell. ,
ing firms totaled $22,666,000 I

tion.October 10, end of first six. through June, a gain of 43 per Bettye science.'Henderson, commercial'!i(For ComingSeason

weeks. period. cent over 1960. In June liabilities subjects. i Summer Program
October 120, Pistrict FEA meet dropped .12 per cent below I II I Florida's 1961.62 general hunt.

ing.November 1960 for the* first time since July II I I ing season for resident game Ends FridayThe

22, end of second .. of last year. : CAROL ,CRAIG GETS birds and animals will open
six weeks period. I "Florida accounted for .5.8. per EDUCATION AWARDCarol Saturday, November 18, in all Summer Remedial Read-
November 23.24, Thanksgiving cent of the new firms establish.ed three districts of the state. ing Program will close on Friday ;.
Craig is one of
vacation (Thursday and Friday) in the nation during the first students The opening date-applying with an average daily attendance
Junior College
December 22-January_ 7 in- six months of, this year; for 5.9 .area I to deer; turkey, quail, squirreland of 33 pupils. f
named to receive State Department
elusive) Christmas vacation. per cent of the failing firms and bear-was set during a Mrs. Viola Tonkin teacher of
I I I
January 8, .return from .Christmas for 4.1 per cent of the liabilities.The I' of Education teacher' preparation formal meeting of the commission the reading clinic, wishes to ex

vacation. state's proportion of, new loan. at Tallahassee, July 27, 'according press her appreciation to the
I. She is the daughter of Mr. and
January- 20. end of .,third six firms was a little lower and the 11\1rs. to A.D. Aldrich director. parents for their enthusiasm and
James O. of I
Craig ,
Bunnell
.' weeks period. failures slightly higher' than .at : Hunting will be allowed everyday fine: cooperation in getting the

._. .March 5r end of. fourth six this time last year.* and was Beach a student Junior College at the Daytona this- i I ..,in the First Third and I children) to the classes promptlyevery
DIStricts.. Three classes
weeks period. 1 Fourth Conservation day. were

March' :22-23 inclusive),. FEA MOUNT VERNON year.Also named' to receive the I :rhe.Second'and Fifth Districts, held. each day..

annual meeting. George Washington, Gwen: j( award Daniel McCon- Northeast and North Central Bunnell pupils, who were
April 17,.'end. of fifth.six weeks Allman points out in "Washington $400 are Florida, will have "staggered- scheduled for the afternoon
chin of Beach and the
period. .. in a Nutshell," compared Daytona: day" hunting, with the first nine class, should be especially com
student
April 20.23 (inclusive), Easter Mount' Vernon to "a well re college government days (Nov. 18Nov. 26) and the mended..
vacation. sorted tavern as scarcelyany president Stanley T. Escudereof period December 25 through Each parent will be sent a

May 27, Baccalaureate service. strangers who are going from New Smyrna Beach. January 2 open every day, ex card or booklet showing 'the .

June 1, Graduation exercises.. north to south, or: from south to cept that the bcala National progress made by their child. ,
June 1, close of school. north, do not spend a day or PECULIAR GREETINGA Forest will be closed December Mrs. Tonkin added.

June 4., begin post school con two at it." Several months after native of Hunza, the mountainous 26 and December 29. Mondays,
ference which ends June U. he left the presidency in 1797, kingdom near Tuesdays and Fridays will be U.SJL's SOUTHERMOST SOIL

If .parents and others Interest. Washington wrote that for the greets a stranger by Paklsta.n.j I closed at all other times in the The United State's souther

,..ed will- clip;this calendar from first...time in 20"years he and index finger In slow circles 1 two districts. most soil, Ka Lae on Hawaii Is*,

the. paper it will be a good ref- Martha were sitting down to, aboutnis right ear. This I&SL I .Shooting hours_ for: resident land, lies on a parallel with

-1erence during, the school term. I dinner alone. gesture of respect not dlon.I fCeptinued on pa:e- 8) Mexico City.





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(L PAGE TWO t\ _THE. FLAGLER TRIBUNE, BUNNELL, FLORIDA' Thursday, August 3, 1961
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'. Ioida bahla seed pen 1,000 square feet New Exhibit Shows thorized for issuance in the J l supposed to mean "time' flies."
Lit
QeHit of area. United States of. America was The cent also bore, however,

Plug set grass and even the Fugio cent of 1787. The I I.a terse admonition that was
(By Henrey Sharpe) Evolution of Money
sprigged rows tend to turf up. Latin inscription FUGIO in, conjunction j I strictly American: MIND YOUR

: Carpet the yard as well as in. Frequent mowings and generous Augustus the Strong could with a sundial was 1 1I I BUSINESS.

, side of the home if you desire bimonthly applications nitro straighten a horseshoe with his

V solid comfort for Florida living. gen rich fertilizer will cause the i bare hands,. but he had a weakness

-. Carpeting indoors knows no grass %to level, out. I I I for gambling. I AREA BUSINESS DIRECTORY 1 I

'. season, but, summer is the ideal Keeping the soil moist; in be- I ..
his Frederick Au
In reign as
i t time to initiate a green carpet tween showers, will aid the grassto _
I Elector of Saxony,
:-. of lawn. Summer rains and grow at top speed and' covert gustus ,
he struck CONDITIONING HEATING FUEL OILKING'S
(1694-1733); a silver AIR -
warm temperatures promote e yard in one growing ,season. }
watered coin with a butterfly'design for I .........l..... )
: rapid growth. Lawns may be any FLORIDA AIRCONDITIONING J TRUCK STOP "
!I counter at the card
use as a
time of day during summer. The CO.
With average luck along table. II fi!PHILLIPS 66 GAS & OILS
main thing is to water lawns.1 Of Daytona Inc.
with hard work-you 'can get carefully and avoid puddling..I I One of the Elector's "butter- AIR, CO mONING-HEATINGI I J. L. IRWIN. Prop. '

an outdoor; carpet laid without Where puddles of water gather,I I fly" talers ,is displayed in the GENERAL Lubrlcation-Tires-Batterles

bare spots before winter. the grass is likely to be scalded : new Hall of Monetary Historyand "We're Proud of Our Work" I Fuel Oil, Kerosene, Tractor Fue

So, if you have grass to plant, by sun heated water. Medallic Art at the Smith- .330 Walker Holly Hill OR 7-6120 | U.S. 1 N. Bunnell ID 7-367S f-

do it now. Most watering systems do not sonian Institution. The Hall I AUTO SERVICE ,

Start the lawn by either sod, put out enough water to puddleon shows the evolution of money I I GARDEN SHOP }

plug or seed. Sod is the Imme- sandy soils. If water standsin from primitive barter to modern I McDANIEL'S I Gray's Garden CenterHeadquarter ..

diate answer to,ground cover, spots in the lawn check for I coinage systems, the National Service Station I for Gardening; Need.

but costs more than other the reason. There may be a I Geographic Society reports. j Ceramics Gifts Dry Arrangement
methods. Fines Paid in Cattle STANDARD OIL PRODUCTS Materials
hardpan near the surface, or the
Plugs take only a fraction: of soil may be packed too tightly. In: some cattle-raising areas of Tires-Batteries-Minor Repairs 'I Annuals, Shrubbery Fertilizers

grass as compared, with sod. In any case loosen the soil to the world, the cow or ox served Bunnell ID 7-7119 TORO LAWN MOWERS
147 Tomoka Avenue-Ph. OR 7-051
.,# sprigging takes even less grass prevent. standing water from as an early unit of exchange.The ORMOND
and is quite economical,on a do. I I harming the grass. -Greek poet Homer mentions Biddle Gulf ServiceGASOILLUBRICATION I

it-yourself ,budget. I How close to keep a lawn .1 fines paid in cattle. HARDWARE

Seed is rarely used except for ,trimmed is very important. The Bronze or copper slabs weighing GULF TIRES & BATTERIES I THAT FAMOUS PAINT

bermuda, carpet, bahia or rye fine strains of bermuda and t about 60 pounds and shaped -
Open 7 A.M.-10 P.;M.=7 Days :
at
grass. in the form of hide Exclusively
zoysias respond favorably to A I an ox were
State&Lambert US 1-ID' 7-7190 i '
Bermuda, St.. Augustine, centi- to 1 inch mowing. The common used as money in the eastern ssj! FLAGLER BEACH I

pede, and carpet are sprigged bermuda does better if kept at I Mediterranean from 1600 to 1000B. Colonial, Service Station i: DtwwHARDWARE; I

on 8 to 12 inch centers. Slower- least an inch tall. .C. Called talents, the pieces EARL E. RICE. ProprietorGA&OII.LUBRICATION 11

growing zoysiagrass should be St. Augustine, generally looks actually represented the valueof i I I Flagler Beach HE 9-2103 I II'

sprigged on 4' to 6 inch centers.If best when cut about 2 inches I an ox. 1 1I MOTOR TUNE-UP I i'

you decide to seed the area, and Centipede and Carpet I King Gyges of ancient Lydia GOODYEAR TIRES & BATTERIES I I' Village HardwarCenter .1.1I

sow 2 to 3 pounds of carpet or in Asia :Minor issued the first
grasses will thrive if kept 1 to I U.S. HnVAY 1 -' DUNNELL_ I, HOUSE PAINTS '!

.. .. .... .. ... true coins and
... ... 2 inches high.Frequent coinage spread t -I IED'S" Match and mix any color
:F. ALFORD Jj mowing is just as through Greece and the Roman '" Builder's Supplies Kitchenware

Registered important as height of cut. Some Empire. Nero, along with his I PURE OIL STATION GIFTS GREETING CARDS

authorities say never cut more other dubious distinctions, was Specializing in 'Wash & Waxing AlA Ormond Beach CL 20420I

Real Estate BrokerBunnell than % inch of grass..per mow- the first ruler to alloy and debase .Batteries-Accessories, : i i i

ing. I Roman coins. MINOR REPAIRS I JEWELERi
Bunnell, Florida I After the fall of Rome the
ActivitiesIf u.s. 1 Bunnell-ID '7-3138 I
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.. .I1 j number of ot'ns. dwindled d in i f i BRENNAN Jewelers
poinsettias are getting leg- western Europe. Charlemange's BAR AND PACKAGE STOREBAMBOO i l'

RCA VICTOR gy, you'd better pinch them I monetary reform in A. D. 781 I Diamonds-Diamond Fine Jewelry and Gifts Setting !.:

LIVING COLOR TV back. To get low, bushy plants transformed the Roman den- I
with more blossoms for Thanks- I BAR & COCKTAIL Hamilton, Bulova, Benrus
"LOOK FOR THE PICTURE arius into the silver denier or f Watches '
IN THE WINDOW l'f
giving and Christmas decorations LOUNGE
Southern Radio & Television penny, which dominated the 'Watches -Jewelry-Clocks Repaired .
I keep the poinsettia plants (DANCING FRIDAY & SATURDAY I
226 E. Granada-Ph. 9R 7-2001 economy of the western world i 60 E. Granada-ormond-oR 7-5056
FROM 9 I
'OIl.MOND- pinched 'back until mid-August. until the late 13th century. .
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; __SUNDAY FROM 6 P.M. i 1I
The spring flush of hibiscusis 'the I FURNITURE .
1518
t In ; Counts of Schlick Ocean Blvd A1A Flagler Beall .
ORMOND PRESCRIPTION. about half-ripened by now I I
began mining silver.at Joachim- Ormond Bedding and E EI i iI
PHARMACYSick and will make excellent tip cuttings stal, in Bohemia. They struck MILLAND BAR AND Furniture Co.
Room for this I I ;!
Supplles-Sundrles propagating popu- coins that became known as COCKTAIL LOUNGE
IIOSPITAL SUPPLIES I lar ornamental. I Substantial Discounts on All I IDEDSSOFASFURNITUItE
Joachimstoler and later
just
24-Hour Prescription Service I Eddie & :Mary Shultz, Props. i!
The cuttings should root in toler. From this the Dutch daler $10 Tradein Covers Down Payment I

Free Delivery in Flagler Beach about four to six weeks and the and American dollar derived. PACKAGE GOODS R. S. ROBENBERRY, Owner J
Rt. AlA 1 mi. North of were
ORMOND BEACH-Tel. OR 7-1661 plants produced will bloom in 9 a.m.-2 a.m-Sun. 1 p.m. 2 a.m. 60 Granada Ormond Del OR 7-0411 ,'
Ocean Blvd-Flakier Beach
about nine months. .I Julius, Duke of Brunswick- '
PAL PARKER'S. INC. Hold the fertilizer from rosesif Luneburg, who owned the rich *BETH'S ,SEASIDE I MOTOR COURTSTREETER'S

Automotive Specialty Center .- they have been well fertil- I Hartz Mountaines silver minesin I BAR & GRILL i I COURT

DRAKES RELINED S15JK ized earlier. Roses like a. rest Northern Germany, issued FOR FINEFOOD i AND COFFEE SHOP
PARTS AND LADOR I
FORDCIIEVROLETPIVMONTIIOTHERS : about now and about all you large silver coins weighing up BREAKFAST-LUNCHES
fllKOS can do 'now is to keep the wa- to 10 ounces. One carried his COLD DRINKS-HOT COFFEE
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3 mi. N. of AlA
540 Mason Ave. Daytona ter flowing plus preventing an Flagler on OVERNIGIIT KITCIIENETTES
I coat of which the
arms, depicts 4
7 A.M.-ll
Open P.M. DAY WEEK-MONTH I
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attack from insects and dis I
I famed wildman of Brunswick HWY A1A-FLAGLER BEACH ,
I eases. BUILDING SUPPLIES
grasping an uprooted tree. I
THE OUTBOARDER
Being stingy with the fertilizer !
To secure his financial position PAINTS
I
Authorized Evinrude Dealer now will give you more rose Julius held each of his WICKLINE -

BOATS ACCESSORIES REPAIRS I blooms of better quality during subjects accountable for one Building Supplies JERRY'S PAINT MART 1

Dockage Storage Free Ramp the fall and winter. coin. They could not sell, exchange -' PITTSBURGH ,
WE FINANCE Now is a good time to expandthe CEMENT CEMENT_ S BLOCKS I
I or carry it from his do- 'I STEEL I Paints-Finishes i ii
825 Ballough Rd-Daytona daylily collection. t1
.main and were required to sur- -- i Paint Sundries-Wallpaper. I
I: Lift tne neavy daylily clumps, Beach HE 92254BOTJ'LE
Flagler -
IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF render it on demand. 38 W. Granada
Ormond
FLAGLER COUNTY, FLORIDA shake off the. dirt and you can New World Coins
IN CHANCERY NO. 4392 ORange 7-0761 ;
WILLIAM T. REED. see that the clumps will divide The first coins mined in the GASHARRIS _

Plaintiff. .into smaller units. New World were! struck at a BOTTLE GASBOTTLE -- ROOFER Ii 1
REED
RUTH Have your new bed ready for
Defendant. mint established in :Mexico Cityin I or BULK EDGEMON ROOFING CO. :
NOTICE TO DEFEND the lilies. Plant the ,small the 1530's. The inscription I
FLAGLER COUNTY'S ONLY Manufacturers
of
I THE STATE OP FLORIDA.. TO:
Ruth ReedResidence clumps on, 12-inch squares on "plus, ultra," further beyond, HOME OWNED GAS COMPANY Cement Tile RoofingALL
Unknown the bed. Dress the newly planted
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and the Pillars of Hercules, -
representing
You are hereby notified that a PHONE ID 7-3551 TYPES OF ROOFINGFast
suit has been filed against you in bed with a blanket of leavesor the gate to the New
Help Flagler County Grow Dependable Service
the above entitled cause; and you
are hereby required file your answer compost. World, appear on the coins. By Shopping at Home HWY. 1 N. ORMOND
with the Clerk of this Court Remember, daylilies hold their
Farther north Indians valued
and to serve a copy thereof upon ORange. 7-5177 7.1793
the plaintiff or plaintiffs attorney color longer if grown so that wampum because the tubular CONCRETE' PRODUCTS .. II
whose Maurice name and'address Wagner is: they are shaded in the after beads made from hard clam I RESTAURANT

216 Daytona South Beach.Palmetto Florida Avenue. noon. If possible, select the and white conch shells were difficult Your "Q" For ConcreteDial

not later than August 18th. A. D. north or east side of a build- to form. A standard stringof CL 3-8113 SUE-Z-Q RESTAURANT
1961. ing In locating the daylily bed. Lunches -Dinners=Sandwiches
If you fail,to do so. decree pro 360 beads was wortn five DAYTONA BEACH
confesso will be entered against in Massachusetts in OPEN 24 HOURS DAILY
shillings
you for the relief demanded in the
bill of complaint. The nature of Some 150 canals twist through 1637. Quillian's Concrete,. Inc. 152 W GranadaOrmondBeach

said WITNESS suit being my for hand divorce.and seal of Venice; more than .400 bridges The Colonists used a varietyof Open 6 A.L.-11 P.M.. at

said Court this 13th day of July tack the city together, the National coins "Hibernia"pieces CLEANERS ---
A. D. 1961. including f 146 S. Atlantic Ormond
,(Official Seal) E. A. SMTTHE Geographic Magazine' de- minted in England for
Clerk of said Circuit Court clares. j BUNNELL CLEANERSWE
July 20-27 & Aug. 3-10-Itc use in Ireland. The Irish RIGHT ON THE BEACHShrimp.SteakChopsCh1ckeD

ed these English imports reject-I GIVE TV STAMPS

the, coins :were shipped instead Sandwiches and Shakes
Osen Dally S te 6
the ,Colonies. I Sandwiches and Pies
CRAIG FUNERAL HOME to Prone ID 7-3188
The first coin specifically au- BREAKFAST ANY TIME
,.J 115 N. Bay St. Bunnell Ocean Spray Restaurant
A. H. CRAIG Funeral Director I
Associrrta AFRICA'S WEALTH OF IRON AlA 1 :Mile South of Pier
JOHN HABDIN. ,.... DRUG ,STORES
Africa a rich source of gold,I ,
Am OXYGENCONDITIONED Used. Furniture Upholstery
LADY I diamonds copper, chrome, cobalt -' Moody's ,Pharmacy

I I EQUIPPED ; and uranium, now has,un- Flagler County"Corner Drug store JOE WELLBORN

CHAPEL ATTENDANT, AMBULANCES covered a wealth of lion. One,
PRESCRIPTIONS Furniture &
of the richest strikes lies in LI- Upholstery t.

-Phone ID 7-3532 beria's Bomi. Hills,' some of DRUGS-SUNDRIES GOOD USED FURNITURE
"
which are virtually solid iron FOUNTAIN SERVICE New Bedding-Mattreas Renovating

281 E.. MOODY BLVD. BUNNELL. FLOBXDA .' ote. I I' Bt me1 Flo. Phone ID 7-3661 IOU Fnnltvre PlomUh UpholiterUc *
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Use (Care With : ;,)I .'- ,:. 'r e fr.' I

oiSons"'It" May" ; I
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Save Your Life I w 1'8111'00 .. \ "

Insecticides differ in the degree _
'of toxicity and alSo In the I ... '"

way they act. Any person planning '" : '
GUAIAlfll'-
; to use an insecticide ::
should know Its characteristics. *
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,tia / -
I Entomologists with the Agricultural -

Experiment Stations *:s-'+ The best for less!Ibis is our warranty, ..

point'out that man can tolerate : + d sa-corae V jet it!Choice meats and poultry,. .

,pyrethrum and sulfur in rather 4, a 1a rs quality groceries and fresh foods all priced to .-
large quantities, but small ,amounts -\ please the nest discriminating of taste,
of calicum arsenate or the most budget_wise shopper. -
sodium fluoride can be dangerous. -

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1 Some insecticides, are very I TABLE RITE MEATS .
I ..i$1
poisonous but show little cumu-
lative effect, while others are 1 Lykes Sugar Creek WHOLEPICNICS

less actuely poisonous but build
I Pac Fresh 10 pgk.STRAWBERRIES.
oz.
in the system and produce '
up I
1 I 29
, ,
ill effects if they are taken repeatedly Ib 2 for39c
into the body. .,
The danger always exists thata McKenzies 2 tb bag
.
person may exercise great Lean Shoulder TINY NEW POTATOES ea. 39c

care when first using an insec- PORK ROAST 3ge Birds Eye 10 oz. pkg.
ticide and, experiencing no ill tb -
WHOLE OKRA 2 for 49c
effects, may become more arid =
Lean First Cut .
.
careless.
more The home gardener who needsto PORK CHOPS rChoice := Y'lb 490ft

control pests in his back yard ,;.
should select insecticides from I Cuts' Grade "A" Beef Pillsbury Choc. Yellow White'' \

the group' which needs only a CHUCK ROAST 490 CAKE MIXES 3. $1oa
minimum of care in its use- -
I r pyrethrum and rotenone, for ex 4Worlds
:. ample. Main precautions for Best
: him are to avoid getting the HAMBURGERQuick ". 3- $129 Big Dip 1/2 Gal.
( materials into the eyes, mouthor Ibs ,

on the skin.Insecticides To. FixJIFFY ICE MILK 39c
or repellents often .; I
are applied to livestock and STEAKS I ea. 100 Limit one please

household pets. Pyrethrum and
\ rotenone, for example, presentno Herman's Olive Loaf, Liver Cheese, Bologna, Pickle
hazard, if kept out of the ani ,& Pimento 6 oz. pkg. Chase & SanbornCOFFEE

mal's eyes, but solutions and LUNCH MEATS 4 890 1 Ib.MR '
emulsions containing toxaphene_ for *
benzene hexachloride and chlordane 45
I Armour StarFRANKS
may be harmful if the concentration -
I '

I. is too liigh.I 1 Cello 49c Limit one with $5.00 or more food order
Formulations containing para- ;:: ".. -. -
thion and some of the other organic
I phosphates should never ,
FRESHEST PRODUCE BY FAR Blue Bonnett
be used on animals, regardlessof ,
the formulation. Only Insect-
icides and formulations recommended OLEO 27'
Fancy Freestone ,1 tb Quarters ,
I by proper authoritiesand .
labled with specific instructions PEACHES 10C ',' .
ft
t'': should be used on live- .
Jumbo Calif. .....
stock or pets. Kraft 12 oz. Jar .
Before opening an insecticide I I : 2 for 29c

package, every user should read CELcyERY. Wonder STRAWBERRY PRESERVES 37C .
all the directions and warnings i I ea
GREEN BEANS lb 19c I
on it. The instructions on the

label are there for a very good

t reason-the user's safety. Henderson's. 5 tb bag

An egg separates better whenit WHY PAY MORE

is cold, but it beats better "
i
cue A D -
at room temperature. ;
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Memorial, later-denominational Community Church DICED 5 for PINEAPLE$100 # ;, U UILI'% : J I a :;.



AIR CONDITIONED Limit one with $5.00 or more food order
f Dayton Ave.FLAGLER Shurfine 303 can "

J . .
BEACH FRUIT COCKTAIL Sunlite 303 .Can V
. Sunday School 10:00 A.M. SO FREE
', Church Service 11:00 A.M. 4 $1 00 TOMATOESArmour "j
100
I
i Paator for \ V ea. :TOP VALUE STAMPS
R.V. DICKKRT '
(, r EVERYONE WELCOME Limit one coupon to ADULT

I ____ Shurfresh V Star with $5.00 or more food order at
SHELTONS SUPER MARKETSALTINES 1
NOTICE OF MALE
..
Notice ia hereby given that under ,I
and pursuant to that certain PURE LARD 45c This Coupon Expires Aug. 5, 1961
J Final Decree rendered on, the 1st 3 ,tb carton _
day of August. A.D. 1961. by the
Honorable Geo. Wm. Jackson one IQc-
\ of the Judges of the Seventh Judicial 1 tt box ",

,i j certain in and Circuit for cause Flagler of lately the State County pending of :Florida in in that the 25 FREE :,,i 25 FREE ::1 I 25 FREE

Court of Flagler County.
Circuit
-..... Florida< in Chancery, wherein Citizens Swan ;' V TOP VALUE STAMPS I:; TOP VALUE STAMPS ''I I TOP VALUE STAMPS
I ...-. ing Company Bank of Bunnell.was olalntlff a State and Bank-K. '> with the purchase of I; with the purchase of with the purchase of

C.Jr. Sanders were defendants and Albert being B. :Powell.case LIQUIDDETERGENT Qt. Hellman's !i 100 count Lipton '1 I 18 oz. Kraft SMOKE '
No. 4273. I. the undersigned Clerkof MAYONNAISE : TEA.BAGS I BAR-B-OUE SAUCE
County the Circuit Florida Court will on in Monday.Flagler '. & this, coupon 1 and this coupon .j and this coupon
I the 21st day of August 1961. at This void &5.61 This ,
the north front door of the Flag- coupon :.. coupon void 8-5-61 I This coupon void 8-5-61
ler County 'Courthouse in Bunnell. 55'
Flagler County. Florida during 22 oz. boL
hours of
the regular and legal
sale offer for sale and sell at QUANTITY RIGHTS
public outcry, to the highest and .
best bidder therefor for cash in a RESERVED
: hand in order to satisfy the said Pride
t Final Decree, the following described 1Fine .
I property situate lying and PRICES GOOD
being in Flagler" County.* Florida QualityBROOMS
, to-witr Thurs. FrL Sat.
1955 Cadillac 4 dr. sedan model
I 62. Identification number S56202970. August 3-4-5, 1961 -
Dated at Bunnell. Flagler County -
..D.Florida 1961. this tat day of AugustA. ", 99? 111 S. RAILROAD AVE. BUNNELL. FLA. thtuFrOi. aAOMII.R6.45
(Court Seal) each, : Mon. 8 px.>
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E.' :A. S {TTHF.' V ; THE FRIENDLIEST STORE IN TOWN" Sat 8 A.M. 9 P. M.
As Clerk of the Circuit'Courtof .
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Telephone HEmlock 9-2098 mmi"i

II" HONORS NEW DAUGHTER FLAGLER BEACHMETHODIST CHURCH' ., I i

" The Winsome Class of the Rev. Reynold N. Hoover, min. I PRICES, GOOD-Thurs.-Fri.-Sat. Aug. 3-4-5,_ 1961
First Baptist Church met Wednesday ister. -

evening at the home of Sunday.Aug. 6, 9:30 A.M. Sun- -"-,
Mrs. E. D. Johns in Venice Park day school. If your children are i Grade "A" Western BeefChuck I CIdverbloom
and complimented little Robin not enrolled''' elsewhere, we invite
Lori, infant daughter of Mr. and ; them to attend our school. OLEO

Mrs.A social Robert hour Danner.was enjoyedand I M.The Morning' worship at 10:30 A. 'ROAST Ib. 49 lb. 290 :

a lovely gift was presented woman's Society of Christian
to Mrs. Danner. Mrs. Johns and I Service will have their next j 'I I
Mrs. Margaret Aaron served meeting Sunday, August 13, at I! Chuck. Chicken of the Sea
punch, cookies, nuts and mints. 5:30 P.M. with a fellowship I "
f Among those present were: supper. The husbands and families TUNA
STEAK 59
Mrs. Sue Spivey, Mrs. Dorothy will be their guests A fine I i Ib. -
Montgomery, Mrs. Mary Lowe, program is being arranged, so I 290 ,
:Mrs. A. O. Brantley, Mrs. L. Baby plan now to attend. The hostesses I I can
bitt, Mrs. R. Schatz, Mrs. Andrea will be Mrs. Jasper White }I I .Round Bone -
Springer, Mrs. J. C. Weaver, Mrs. and Miss Dorothy Homans. f I '
Ethel Rumill, Mrs. Joe Bruce, 21/2 can Southern
Mrs. Millard Brock, Mrs. Margaret Guests of Mr- and Mrs. Harmon i ROAST Ib. 59 YAMS ,
Presswood, and Mrs. May Wingrove for two weeks 1 .
Shill. have been his sons-in-law,
Little Robin Lori, daughter ofMr. daughters and grandchildren.They I I 12 oz. Copeland's can 230Quart
and Mrs. Robert L. Danner, :are:' Mr. and Mrs. Victor
was also the honor guest whena Andy and daughter, Tina, and I FRANKS 39Copeland's
picnic supper 'and shower were Mr. and Mrs. Robert Fitzsim-i pkg can
given by Mr. and Mrs. Robert I mons with their daughters, Linda II
. Henderson and Mr. and Mrs. E. and Sharon, and sons Bobby WELCHADEPICNICS
" D. Johns last week at the Hen. and Gary, all from Williams-

,. derson home. port, Pa. 3 for $100,
The patio of the home was 39 =
beautifully decorated for the oc Mrs. Flossie Haines and .
casion and' many beautiful gifts daughter, Janet Sue, were in 303 can Argo
were presented to the little girl. Jacksonville Friday.Mr. I
,
Swimming and the picnic were I .America's Favorite I FIGS
highlights of the evening. Among and Mrs. Frank Brede en Shortening '
v' those present were: tertained Sunday his daughter, .
Mr. and Mrs. R. E. Ford, Mr. Mrs.: William H. Kelely, from Ib can 210
and Mrs. J. W. Medders, Mr. and Orlando and she was accom CRISCO 3 59
Mrs. Mike Sullivan, Mr. and :Mrs. panied by her son in law and
No. 300 Sweet Treat
Charles Hoff and daughter, Jo- daughter, Mr. and Mrs. Russ can
annie, Mr. and Mrs. J. C. Montgomery Rowe and their two children, Limit one with $5.00 or more food order CRUSHEDPINEAPPLE
Mr. and Mrs. Don Nat- Sheryl and Carol.
wick and Mr.,, and Mrs. W.. L.
.. I ,
I Aaron. 'Rev. and :Mrs. Millard Brock
: made a trip last week to Bre- Beef
Mr. and Mrs. Charles'Sihdelar yard, N. C.-, for several days. Stew can 39 190
can
and son Mickey have been having
: relatives as house guests The ladies of the Community
,r. this month. Her uncle and aunt, Memorial Church Guild will Northern Toilet -- ReynoldsTISSUE
1 Mr. and Mrs. Frank Augustin, serve a covered dish supper in
with their daughter, JoAnn and Fellowship Hall ,of the Churchat FOIL WRAPpkg.
their friend Ann Colletti of Chi. j: 6 o'clock, Thursday, August 3 for 2S
cago 111.;" were here for one j j I 3rd, to which the public is in 33c
week, leaving Tuesday. Her vited. I .
brother in law and sister, Mr. ;I
and Mrs... Frank Kveton and I I Mr. and Mrs. J. F. Stryker, Sr. Giant Blue I
daughter Judy from Berwin, Ill:, ::have been entertaining as house !
are spending two weeks here guests during the past week, TunBAGS
now., Their cousins, Mr. and her uncle and aunt, Mr. and CHEER pig 59
Mrs. Clarence Rosner from St. Mrs. Charles Hahn from Elyria,
Louis, Mo., will stop over this Ohio. They were accompaniedby I pkg 680
weekend for a short visit and their five daughters.The Limit one with $5.00 or more food order _
their friends, Mr. and Mrs. Syl- (1----
.
vester Polacek from Chicago, Rev. and Mrs. Russell 46 oz. Shurfine GRAPEFRUIT Hormel's
.. 111., are also here for three Howard of Kaneville, Ill., were $
.
JUICE 4
weeks. The group has been the guests of Rev. and Mrs. R. for SPAM

making sightseeing trips and N. Hoover this week. 2V2 can King ColePEACHES .
deep sea fishing trips during 490
their visit. Mrs. Jackie Shepard and Mr. ; 5 I can
for _
and Mrs. Stewart Alton of Jack. ;
f Mrs. Ethel Mellor from Orlando sonville'spent a short time herewith I 303 can Green Giant. ShurfreshBISCUITS,
was the house guest of Mr. their parents, Mr. and 1\1rs.1: -
and Mrs. Stanley Springer during Myles Meeks during the weekend. PEAS .", 5 for \
f the weekend. '
303 Musslemans -

; Mrs.. Henry Shill and daughter Mr. and Mrs. Lewis Slaugh APPLESAUCE '6 3 for %Se .

f ,- Eleanor, left Sunday to visit have returned home after takinga fr _
k-" a week in Alabama with rela ten-day trip to Lancaster, Pa. 6 oz Folgers Mrs. Kinser'sINSTANT'
tives. to visit with relatives. '

.. __ I SALADSPOTATO

F MACARONI
COFFEE 49
ear PIMENTO CHEESE

390 .
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'to Limit one with $5.00 or more food. order each
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.. 10 oz. Pac-Fresh STRAWBERRIES Golden RipeBANANAS
N $ .
'3. ... : \ "ct S for 1 2 lbs 190 I

: 6 oz. Seald Sweet ORANGE Kentucky' Wonder 1

",. JUICE .' 6 for 990 POLE BEANS ID 190 ,

10 oz. Birds Eye WHOLE Fresh-Cello '
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,.%.,. OKRA 2 for 490 CARROTS 2 250
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BriBe daageroasly.'What happened is that.house was sUced la
GRAPESID 290
OYSTERS.can
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half to make'room, for widened Ocean Froat Parkway at Rock-. ;
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I- Thursday, August 3, 1961' THE FLAGLER. TRIBUNE: BUNNELL...FLORIDA PAGE''FIVE.r .._:

i
I I MRS. EISENBACH
I
THE HANDY FAMILY BY,LLOYD BIRMINGHAM-, .
(,HONORED AT '''A -" I 1
STORK SHOWERi CUD MADE AREVOLVING I
i i I I WISH I COULD Y'YOU NEED A
FIND ThE SAGE J LITTIE RACK TO
,
: C. B. Eisenbach was FOR THE % iOR SPICE
t honored guest at a .coffee and DRES N6 &9j WIOY !
:
EAR .cI
LOCAL&c I Stork Shower recently at the PAINT ON M3UR ".
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OWN DESIGNS
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Walter Morris Home Court
on
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.ris and Mrs.. John ,-.ardln. -
BILLY DEENCELEBRATES ANN HARDIN HONORED J .r
I i I CELEBRATES''' BIRTHDAYAT J About thirty-five guests enjoy-.j} 7 T i ;-:.> "
ed the affair with the honored
CAKE J
PARTYMr.
'' A SKATING I
>.._ BIRTHDAY' guest and hostesses.Dr. I o PAN =. ......"
Honored at
Billy Deen was a
and Mrs. John Harding
cook-out at the home of his I I I'I .
entertained with a skating partyat and Mrs. Joe Panella and stm '
parents, Mr. and Mrs. W. W.
Deen, Saturday evening. The Daytona eBach Wednesday'I three children of Meredosia, Ill.; MACHINE SCCEVV1 BASE cF
I sraKy
,
evening honoring their daughter 1 COUNTERSUNK.
occasion his are spending some time at the c .
celebrating
was I Irt BASE'I.
annivers Ann. The occasion was her 12th John Cyzycki home In Korona cv\
twenty-first birthday
I
birthday anniversary. !and also visiting with her broth
ary.Balloons, party favors, and Enjoying the evening with I er and sister in law, Mr. and
Ann were Vickie King, Linda Mrs.I Steve Cyzycki. They ex- ,
a noisemakers festive air were around used the to.create picinc Skolar, Marie ,Hardin, Tillman I pest to visit with relatives in I II lI

j tables. Enjoying the evening Robinson, and Dennis Buono. I Miami, Sarasota, and Gaines- I .ICAN Y Tomb I
c with Billy were Miss Carol Craig, I yule, before returning to their Dorr
'
\ Grant and Zachery Holland, De- Stevie French returned home;home. I
, lores Deen, Mr. and Mrs. Zack I Tuesday from the JacksonvilleNAS I Mrs. Panella is the former
1 t"' Holland, and the eDens. Hospital where he has been Miss Catherine Cyzycki daughterof I =/ 'MOTHER BOU6HT
" receiving treatment for a broken I John Cyzycki and the late i j f we WENT SHOPPING THE CUTEST PRESS.IT'S .
.
\ HARDINS CELEBRATE jaw. He is recovering very nicely Mrs. Cyzycki. iI i VJ TODAY,FATHER.
WEDDING ANNIVERSARYMr. but will have to go to the I !j
I and Mrs. John Hardin celebrated Hospital for treatment about I
Twelve pounders such as the
their wedding anniversary ever three days.
Monday with a family dinner Stevie is the son of CPO and j I smaller cannon at Forts Clinch
!
and Pickens fired solid shot and
.
\ ,. party at their home. Enjoying Mrs. Bobby French of Bunnell.He
I shrapnel. The shrapnel held 50
was injured in a fall froma
the with them
party were
r I musket balls as well as sand,
r their daughters, Tressa, Ann, swing and underwent 'surgery
coal
dust
rosin
: at the NAS Hospital. sulphur or powder
ri t Maria, and Delores. I
and a wood encased fuse.
) D i Both of these forts are state
Mr. and Mrs. McCoy and Mrs. Tommy Salyerdds said I
she had received 'word I parks.
son have returned from a vacation .today
t spent in Yellow Stone National from the eVterans Hospital in I.
Park and also ,a short Augusta,' Georgia that her husband I
FOR CASUAL WHATS SO CASUAL
visit in West Virginia with rela- is making a very good II I Harbert & Williams WEAR.... y9 9 ABOUT S 4q ?
and she hopes he will
thives. progress
f+ I i
t soon be able to return home j i UPHOLSTERING SERVICE
II Mr. and Mrs. Ed Copeland here. Tommy has been there
L visited in Trilby, Florida three the past several weeks for treat I Furniture Rebuilding
\ days last week with their uncle ment. : Refinishing
1'\ and aunt. During the time they f Free Estimates
spent a short time in Tampa. Guests of Mr. and Mrs. John I We Pick Up and Deliver
Hardin Tuesday were Capt. and 202 Deen Road-Bunnell. Fla. _
Mrs. Jack Milholland and two Mrs. A. P. Hodges. The Hodgesare 'I RALPH E. u tr
IJARBERT
\; on furlough and are visit
sons, Warren and David, of Jacksonville GLENN WILLIAMS
/I visited two weeks herewith ing with relatives in St. Au. I t
i i .her parents, Mr.-and Mrs. gustine. They will leave soon 1 Phone ID 7.3635 I r -c .. 1 LbRR. 1 1I
Louis Trad. for a tour of duty in Germany. I


Sun Spun j SHOP AND SAVE I


ICE. CREAM I| WHERE AT BRANNAM'S YOU GET BRANNAM'S

k
: 5945 5OFREE
% gal.,
i
RED& BETTER FOODS-FOR BETTER LIVING--
SUPER SAVE
Sara Lee 14 oz.BROWNIES. WHITE AT LOWER COSTS

FOODS.4MB 119 N. BAY ST. PH. IDLEWOOD 7-3496
: 77C STAMPSWith

t $5.00 or more order
Sara Lee 8 oz.

i: COFFEECAKES I Heinz Strained i Florient

I 470 FRESH MEATSI BABY FOODS 6 for 590 :I I Floral, Mint, Pine, & Spice
SPRAY

Sara Lee 14 oz. !I I Grade "A" D & D Circus 46 oz. 79e I


CAKES CINNAMON NUT COFFEE I I I I I FRYERS It. 23e DRINK ORANGE 3 for 69C CLOROXg 3ge I

87ejPRODUCE
:
I
I Swift Premium
Red & White 15 oz. Glass AjaxCLEANSER

S RIB STEAKS ,590 APPLE SAUCE 6Our for$I OO !


Fresh Lean Ground Value 300 can I Reg. Z for33e I t

( Red Ripe Juicy 'CREAM CORN 7 $100 ".. I
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2 490
WATERMELONS- BEEF 2 Ibs 890 for Gnt. for

'. Our Value 300 can

J'' 4Se Armours .Star Boneless. I SPAGHETTIChicken 10 for$100 Lestare DryBLEACH

New Crop YellowONIONS CANNED 3 lb cans 490

2 Ibsl5 PICNICS $189 of the Sea I II I

\; !,I ea. TUNA >/ size 290 Calo '
I1 U.SNaI 10 tb DOG

n POTATOES 33c I Armour's Campfire Sliced' I Morton Plain or Iodized FOOD 2 for 290

BACON tb S3e j I SALT 1 for2S0 I II I
1 Spree Reg size
Swifts I
CANNED MEATS Armour's CampfireFRANKS I Heinz Hot or PlainKETCHUP SOAP 2 for 290


,It; BEEF STEW 49C II I 2 lb,790 2 for 490FlaGa Octagon Laundry

CORNED BEEF 24 oz. SOAP for230

I'' HASH 390' Heinz 11 oz.HAMBURGER. BABY LIMAS 390
i Red & White 4 oz.
or HOT DOG FlaGa 24 oz. Long Grain I II BLACK

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[Mackey, Ib 4 .1 ,1-1 provisions in the original bill for.' this authorization are pro: ,

Bates, c 4000 had been so definitely eliminated vided in Independent Offices 'j k

J. Childress, p 3000 by the Agriculture Com- appropriations bill which is ex-

Barber, cf 3000 mittee, of which I am a member, pected to" come before the Sen-

Gilmore, rf 2000 ate soon. Although the total
that no effort was made on.the a-
B. Childress, 2b 2103 mount will not be spent in Florida
j Floor to restore them. Among -
I I Solina, 3b 3 1 1 1
the worst' provisions which we the bulk of it will be used

killed in Committee were those for expanding construction at
.
By Leslie Padre -I II I 29 3 3 7 (1) proposing that Congress sur- Canaveral.IN .

Two-base hits, Wadsworth,
COOK LEADS I I Team 2 2 6 render some of its power, (2)
TEAM TO VICTORYBob |Team 2 1 ''7BIINNELLDRIIBS Base on balls, Wadsworth 1; unduly increasing the authorityof THE COUNTY JUDGE'S COURT
IN .AND FOR
Childress, 1. Strickouts by Wads- FLAGLER COUNTY
.
<_ __ the Secretary of Agriculture, FLORIDA. NO. 508 ...
, Cook. scored 21 points to worth, 7; Childress, 9. (3) IN RE: GUARDIANSHIP OF '--s P
providing, for production
.. Mary Lousiana Peabody (wf)
lead his team to victory in the: and '(4) SERVICE BY PUBLICATION
I NEW SMYRNA umPlres-'Duttenhaverand'Mc-I' payments bringing un-
summer basketball league. | der Federal control livestock : TO ALL WHOM(744.2O IT MAY CON-
Both teams were tied with 6 J The Bunnell team put an end N. Smyrna 0010002 and various other commodities I CERN:
I}to the winning of New Smyrna I Bunnell '2100002Washington You are hereby notified that a
wins each and Friday night Jnj j jI whose producers strongly oppose I petition has been filed with the
the final game, team No. 4j here in a double header last Sunday I I undersigned county judge for the
I Federal regimentation. The I appointment of a guardian for
surged ahead in*the third quarter July 30, 1933. Senate bill ,covers a host of im Mary Louisiana Peabody. incomp-
etent because of
to out in 'front to win i In the first game Wilkson op accident cerebrovascular
go II portant items, among which are with senile phychosis and
37.27.Taylor' and Emery were posed B. Childress on the hill that said petition will be heard by
I the continuation of Public Law me on September 1st. 1961 at my
high scorers for ,the loser. and withstood the barrage bet- I j 480 which provides for, the use office in the courthouse at Bunnell,
Florida at 9:30
A. M. on said
ter better than did the hurler date.
No. 4 G F TP
of our huge surplus stocks, the T. K. MCKNIGHT
I from New Smyrna, giving County Judge.
Cook 8 5 21 up I I
extension of the Wool Act and First publication
: Aug. 3rd 1961. 1
Kuleski 3 2, 8J!only .4 hits. Both pitchers went the Great Plains ConservationAct Aug. 3-10-17-24-4tc C

Hosford 2 04 ;the full.route., I the enlargement of the IX TILE COUNTY JUDGE'S COURT f

I Moody ;j .: 1 02 j} The second game ,was more Marketing Agreement and Order t IN,AND FLORIDA.FOR FLAGLER IN PROBATE.COUNTY t
v
Metts ;' 1 0 2 ,sensational than the first one. I System so as to cover several IN CASE RE NO. 561
: Estate of
... The score was 3.2 in favor of farm commodities and the ,
new
I i GENERAL GRANT WILSON
> ;-15 7 37 I new Smyrna going into the bottom modernization and strengthening Deceased.

Ho. 3 ; ** G F TP j of the 7th. Solina was safe I pf the Farmers Home Ad- :NOTICE FOR FINAL OF FILING DISCHARGE PETITION OF

Taylor 6 2, 14 on an error by J. Childress, ministration Loan I ADMINISTRATOR!'
t Program. i TO ALL,
ratcher 2 0 4 singles by Biddle and Walker'I Report One year surplus reduction pro- II CERN: WHOM IT MAY CON

Frailey '1' 0 2 and an error by B. Childress. NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN
... for wheat and additional
that
: grams an I have filed my final returnsas 1
Emery 2 3 7.,I Bunnell won 53. By Senator Spessdrd Holland such year for feed grainsare GENERAL administrator GRANT of the estate of
WILSON, deceased
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Seals 0 q 0 FIRSA 'GAME included. A similar Act has ; that I have filed my petition -
Bunnell Ab R H E PACE SWIFT IN WASHING for final discharge and that
I since been passed by the House I will apply to the Honorable T. K.
27I Biddle 4 3' 2 1 TON-The past two weeks in
McKNIGHT
11 5 ss and I believe that the Confer- County Judge of Flaer-
j Lovelace 3b' 3 3' 1 0 Washington have been extremely ler County. Florida on August 21.
I (ence Committee, of which I ama 1961 for approval of the same and
BOB COOK TOP SCORER [Walker, c 4 2 1 1 busy ones. History-making I for final discharge as administrator -
member, will be able to reach of the estate of GENERAL I
WITH 21 POINT AVERAGE i j Stanish i If 4-120 I events such as the President'ssobering without GRANT WILSON, deceased. t

Bob Cook scored 170 points for I j 1L.I Wadsworth, cf 4 0 0 0 I report to the people, agreement difficulty. I VINNIE Administrator WILSON of the estate of I

the summer basketball league ]I Warner, 2b 4 0 0. 2 the successful flight of our sec- AGRICULTURE GENERAL deceased. GRANT WILSON

with an average of 21 points a j I Deen, rf --3' 0 O. 2 ond astronaut, the French-Tunisian TIONS APPROPRIA.1 First publication date: July 20. t

game ,Carter, Ib 3020 conflict in Bizerte, the Cuban ADOPTED- The re- July 1961.20-27 & Aug. 3-10-4tc' I'
I
Buddy Taylor was high with I j I Wijkson, p 3 1 1 0 hijacking in Florida skiesof port adopted by both Houses on IN TilE I

103 points, Mike McMillan 96, i 1 j I I an Eastern airliner, the state the Agriculture appropriationsbill FLAGLER' CIRCUIT COUNTY COURT FLORIDA OF, I,

Ronnie Canakaris 80, and I 32 10 9 4 visit of Nigerian Prime Minister retained in full the Florida MANUEL IN CHANCERY RODUIGUES NO. 42O3 NEVES. I

Wells 70.Coach H.I New Smyrna Ab R H' E Balewa, and other internationaland items of $84,000 to provide advance I Plaintiff I I

McGriff had most of his Bell, ss 4002 domestic happenings all tomato and celery market 'ANGELICA va.DO NASCIMENTO ISI- I

high school, ball players, par- !1 Mackey, Ib 3012 have exerted a direct influence reports and $12,500 matching DORO NEVE ,I

tlcipate in the league and all i j JTomlin, If 3100 upon the work of Congress and :fund appropriation for livestock, NOTICE TO DEFEND Defendant. ;

the boys gained a lot of expertnce !I Bates, c 3010 lights have burned late in Con- dairy and poultry marketingdata THE Angelica STATE Do OF FLORIDA. TO: r

and more confidence in |IJ. Childress, 2b 3010 gressional ,and other official which we added to the bill re Neves Nascimento Isido

playing with the more:skllled 'I i Barber,:'3b *3 0 ;1 2 government offices. in the Senate. We were nQt soj You Residence are hereby Unknown notified that a .:t

exsenior.We I r Gilmore, rf ,?3 0'0 1 I fortunate with three other Sen- i ault has been flIed against you In ,
PRESIDENT'S MESSAGE DECLARES t the above entitled cause; and you
can look forward to ourbasketball B. Childress '3000 FIRM ate-added items: sums of $125- are hereby required to file your answer -
I STAND ON BERLIN

season and will see Parker/, cf 3000 -President Kennedy's address I' 000 and $60,000, for research on and to with serve the a Clerk copy of thereof this Court upon

some fine perforance from some I mechanical aids for citrus har- the plaintiff or plaintiff's attorney,
II to the nation last Tues whose name and address Is:
of the younger lads that played. 28147 vesting and citrus quality main- W. Cecil Grant
I day night made it eminently
McGriff, who is keeping up Home run, StaniSh; strikeouts, tenance, were reduced to a- Daytona 407% Main Street
I clear that we will not abandon Beach Floridanot
with the trend of the state of :Wilkson 8, Childress 3. Umpires mounts of $25,000 and $10,000, later than August 21st. A. D. ,
Berlin admired
to the_Soviets. I I 1361
Florida which is fast becoming i Durshimer and McLendon. respectively, with directions to If you fall to do so. decree pro t
the calm though forceful and
known ,for its basketball great- N Smyrna 0000100 humble manner in which he''I!the Department of Agriculture, confesso for the will relief be demanded entered againstyou In the

ness. Bunnell 3020050 to work up each project in detail bill of complaint. The nature of
aid the situation on the line, said suit being for divorce.
I and report its recommendations WITNESS my hand and seal of
I warned the world
of determined
Team No. 1 SECOND GAME I II and called for our the sacrifices to Congres. The flower A.said D.Court 1901. this 17th day of July,

Wells 70; Canakaris 80; Morris, I I Bunnell Ab ,R H EI I marketing research item of $40- (Official Seal) E. A. SMYTHE
which will be The
required. Clerk of said Circuit Court
60; Peterson. 35; Mann, 20; 'Biddle, ss 4 1 1 0 !I 000 was eliminated. I July. 20-27 & Auff 3-10--Itc
President's have
I representatives
Lerchi;14. Lovelace, 3b 10 0 0
already justified his requests for i COMMERCE APPROPRIATION IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF
Team No. 2 I Solana -_ 3 1 0 0 I II FLAGLER COUNTY FLORIDA
an additional $1 billion for the BILL PROVIDES FOR FLORIDA IN CHANCERY NO. 4238
McMillan, 96; Lopez 40; Walker, c -4 .1 1 1 JUANITA
l\IC-1 purchase of aircraft, missiles' WILLARD.Plaintiff
\ PROJECTS-I to report
Nab. '13; Polk, 17; Bertha, Mercer, If 3 1 0 0 am glad ,
\ and naval ships and for the re- that when the General Govern vs.
Townsend 0 B. Wadsworth 301 'I BOYCE C. WILLARD.
; Burnsed, 6. p 1
call to active duty 250,000 mem ment-Department of Commerce Defendant.
Team No. 3 I Warner, 2b 3002 : NOTICE TO DEFEND

I Taylor 103; Emery, 66; Brown, cf 3 0 0 0 bers of the Ready Reserve. Authorization and Related Agencies appropriations ,- THE STATE Boyce C.OF WHlard FLORIDA. TO:

cr, 566; Frailey, 32; Seale Bratch-I I Deen, rf 2 1 1 1 bills covering these bill went to Seilate-.Houseconference.of 141 Laurelhurst Dr.
have already been reported by which I chair- Keyport. New Jersey
Team No. 4 Carter, Ib 3 0 1 0 was You are hereby notified that a

Cook, 170; Kuleski, 59; Moody, I I Senator Richard Russell's Armed man, we were able to retain the suit above has been filed against you In
Services 'Committee, and I believe entitled cause; and you
49; Hosford, 28; Metts 5.Won. 29 5 5 5 I funds for all of the projects of are hereby required to file your answer -
I I that both Houses of Congress particular interest to Florida. with the Clerk of this Court
Lost New Smyrna Ab R H E and to serve a copy thereof
,will give prompt approval This, too, has passed both the plaintiff or olalntiffs upon I
Team 3 7 1 Bell, ss 4 0'1 2 attorney. 1
I I to these measures and also to whose name and address is:
Team 4 ,6 2 Tomlin, If 3000 J Houses. Ray Selden I
the additional defense appropriations Selden Building
EFFECTED 800 Main Street
SAVINGS ALREADY -
recommended totalling,
Daytona Beach. Florida
TRIP SURANCE I with these items, about, $3% We have also approved the not 1961.later than August 25th. A. D.

Go Protected billion.. However I am sure that I conference report on the Interior If you fail to do so, decree pro

A new service that we are proud to offer at both Houses will be much 'more appropriations bill, losing in YOU confesso for the will relief be demanded entered against in the ,

remarkably low rates. 'Whether you plan to skeptical of appropriations in conference the $450,000 authorized said bill of suit complaint.being for The nature' of

; be vacationing 3 days or 6 months See us ,the domestic budget. for the acquisition. of landsin WITNESS my hand divorce.and seal of
National Park despite said Court this 19th day of July.
about Everglades
your trip-surance. CUBAN PIRACY DEMANDS A. D. 1961.Official .

H. T. COOK AGENCY -] ,STRONG ACTION The hijacking the strenuous efforts of ( Clerk Seal) of E.said A. Circuit SMYTHE Court
'! our Florida House members who July 27 & Aug. 3-1O-17--4tc
Citizens Bank Building of an American commercial
I' the funds
Bunnell, Florida ID 73361ywvwwwwww airliner early this week, and diligently supported
of State interest in all the ape -
I Premier Castro's subsequent insolent
propriations bills. In line with
t refusal to return th
l our determination to cut domes- t mIJr 3Iflaglrr (UribunrFLORIDA
plane to its
owners
except on
FOR ALL HOURS-DAY OR NIGHT tic particularly In } ...--.,
his own terms; demand imme -
this view of the increased defense BUJOrELL.
diate action by government.

AMBULANCE Meek 'submission to this act of spending confronts the
nation I note MRS. M. B. FULLER.
PHONE am pleased to Editor,
VAIIey 4-1625 piracy is not in keeping with

SERVICE the historic traditions of this that this appropriations conference -

ST. AUGUSTINE. FLORIDA nation. report, together with the Delaate4 Oflelal PabUeattea

,. two heretofore mentioned, reElect for Pablle N.tiee..f FlaKier .
Never be 'hesitant about calling a Garcia Ambulance. We SENATE PASSES SHARPLY a total savings of slightly Canaty, M..I lpalltiH taerefad

service with promptness safety and CURTAILED FARM BILL-Following .. the .* "
are always at your more than $150 million below State KUrldaEatered
three long days and
eve-
the budgeted figures for these
experience. ,
nigs of debate, the Senate pass ,
agencies. a* amad clasa Matte

Equipped With Oxygen Resusitator alid Inhalator ed the omnibus Agriculture bill February 't,IBIS.at tae o.t.IBe

Wednesday night As passed FUNDS AUTHORIZED FOR at Baaaetl Florida, nader act .!
'
Garcia Funeral Home V ,. the measure is a stripped CAPE CANAVERAL authorization Marc 3. 1870.

down version of the .Administration bill recently signed into

t P. E. 'GARCIA, Licensed Funeral ,Director bill and is now-I. believe, law earmarked $49,583,000 for One yearolx _,_._..._.-_ ...mo: '

LADY ASSISTANT generally sound. I am felad to construction work on the At I month. 4L1Io

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Thursday, August 3, 1961 THE FLAGLER TRIBUNE, BUNNELL, FLORIDA PAGE

I? domemJker: Florida State 'specialist in home Don't load the washer- to ca- prevent static electricity in syn- 1. damp and put them on a.
! facts for i management. I pacity, for crowding causes thetic fabrics.. hangar.Do .

wrinkles. The usual recommendation not overcrowd ,the dryer
SAVING FEATURES
WORH
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Wash-and-wear or drip dry
\ for best soil removal is
E BELIEVE LAUNDRY TASKS nate guess work, "Miss Knarr she suggests. Heavy and light-
( garments now fill a large part normal agitation, followed by a weight fabric garments should
/ Summer brings bigger laundry of the laundry basket If these slow spin for fewer wrinkles.If points out. By dialing for fabric :, not be mixed in a wash-and-
; the controls automatically
loads and extra work for the garments are well constructed, I I wear load as this causes wrink
washer does not havea set the temperature and time.If .
I washed and dried your
homemaker. Yet, thanks to research they can be ling.
we now have fabrics easily with automatic equip- slow spin, shorten ,the spin I your model does not have
that require, less attention and I ment. Just remember to launder time. Follow with a cold rinse, this convenience, set at a cool'
equipment to help us do the' them in a way that will cause she recommends. Fabric softeners 'temperature if possible; remove Subscribe for The Flagler Tribune-
t.-.N.- ..p work,' says Catherine Knarr, I as few wrinkles as possible. I will soften the garments and I the clothes while still slightly $2.50 A Year In Advance

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k, .*, AGE,EIGHT: THE FLAG: '.ER TRIBUNE: BUNNELL. FLORIDA Thursday,_ August '3, 1961 I
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Game Commission Florida ranks third in the U.5.1 t
CLASSIFIED I in.yearly value of honey.
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1 Trade in your Community ,
Laws
Sets
Hunting \
,: Agriculture in. Florida repre .. }
r ;i ADS For Coming, Season sents income.20 per cent of the state's I

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.:Liftings under thus. beading are I
; 3 cent per-.word. f'aela:1110.: .,
,,... 75 cent U 'minimum -charge. (Continued from, pagr.1) I

o FOR SALE-1 _golf set $5.00; 1'archery game species will ,be from one i Sarah E. Martel I
'
" set complete with fiber half hour before sunrise to-one-
. glass bow 1500.. Phone ID 7- half hour after sunset on each NOTARY PUBLIC II ..7-
I Iw />" $ f:.
, 3347. I open day.Statewide. TLAGLER BEACH .;*, ,
" HE 9.2203-Lehigh. St. << -

'. .". Wanted at: Once-Rawleigh i hunting dates, spe ,j jMOODY'S
dealer in Flagler Co. See C. p. cial seasons and bag limits for

. Gall, Rt. 2, Box 223, Palatka, or i the various species'' of resident I
write Rawleigh's Dept. FAH-360- I game ,animals and birds are: Floral Service '
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"": Memphis, Tenn.317313tp I
DEER-Buck deer with one or
r .. Aug: R. MOODY-Ph. ID 7-3240 J ..
:y;:Cn! ?'i .
more Sve inch antlers, one per : ...... .. ... afasrdlrsE'itlel.:
FOR SALE .-. EverhoL electric day, two per season. Service Reasonable PricesFREE I : :: .:...:..:. ...
t tndiosl lapit'# 1resi
roaster with grill in good condition "Novem __e. ::si;;> :::.:;,:
First District: Opens I
Phone ID 73621. 8.3.2tc
ber 18, closes January 7. Har- PAINTOne j
t FURNITURE droom set, $50; I dee, Manatee, Sarasota, Pinellas, "You wouldn't have to tant to everyone. The benefits -
f breakfast set, $15; refrigerator, and DeSoto counties, and that I extra gallon of your choice sneak money out of my go not only to the mer-
!. $35. Jones, 23rd St. and Flagler It I part of- 'Hillsborough county with each grallov you bUT pocket if "you would shop in chants involved but to you,

t Ave., Flagler Beach. 8-3-2tp south of U.S. Highway 92, closedat .I Mary Carter Paint Store the right placesl"! the individual buyer and the
community as a whole. Insleepy
all times. Also WestKate; 3hooplne Outer The "right places"I our
FOR SALE-7 room house, Flor- return for dollars spent locally -
?,.' ida room, large porch' across I Second District: Opens November '. 1 I about, are detective the stores is talking and the individual I feels I

: front, 2 baths, 2 kitchens, garage 18, closes January 7. TV SERVICE shops, in his own community the security which comes '
r large lot. Total price, Alachua and Bradford counties I Unlike the thief in our story, only I from dealingwith somebody .-
;. $9900.00. $500.00 down, VA financed closed. Special season in Gil-, I ALL,MAKES he realizes t h.importance he knows. The reliability
t L 5%% Interest. 30 years on Christ county to 'open November Agent For of trading with local mer and friendly service of
I local I merchants cant be
18 through December 3. Special' "
'f" balance. Contact :Marge Givins, I Ir' c ants.
registered broker. HE 92035. Gilchrist county season .to in. RCA & PHILCO bought anywhere else, at
Trading at home is impor any price.
: Aug. 3.NOTICETo. elude that portion of Levy coun-
ty bounded by state roads 3371 TUBES & ANTENNAS SOLD TRADE AT HOME FOR YOUR OWN SAKE-
whom it may concern and 339. AND INSTALLED AND FOR COMMUNITY PROGRESS. .
:. The restaurant known as
the Windmill Grill has been Third.District. : Opens November TUBES TESTED FREE This Community Ad Sponsored By
leased to and will be operated 18, closes January 14. Special

, by Mr. and Mrs. J. F. Burnsed. season in Walton, Okaloosa, TV The
", M. H. Dawson, Owner. 7.20.3tp Santa Rosa, and Escambia counties .g.b ", Flagler Tribune
s to open November 18 .
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through December 3, and December ; T
l air conditioned, R&H., trade for 16 through January 2, PHONE HE Subscribe to The Flagler Tribune, $2.50 Yearly in Advance

'. lot at Flagler Beach or sell, also to coincide with season in Eglin
"Chrysler 1955 Nassau $400. J.W. I Air Force Miliary Reservation; I

Green Flagler Beach Hotel. Jackson, Washington and

July 20-3tp Holmes counties closed. WATCH A REALJUMPIN' SHOW IN LIVING COLOR !

FOR RENT OR SALE-3 bed- Fourth District: Opens Novem
mom house at north end of Palmetto ber 18 closes January 7., Monroe

Flagler Beach,. on boat county closed tQ Key Deer. JiIIl1llY
canals, cool pleasant,,living, exceptional Fifth District:,. Opens November -
l value, beautiful Interior 18, closes January 7.
and ,exterior $90.00 per TURKEY Turkey of either sex > Durant
month for September 1 occuJ I J'legal game during regular sea-

panc Contact present rentersor son, two per day, three per sea !;

Alexander Lumber Co., Day- zw,'
.... tona Beach, Florida. 7-20-TF son.First District: Opens November .,. ho-w
18, closes January 7. Spe- !
FOR RENT-furnished 3-room
cial season in DeSoto and Har-
Thouse$40.00. ID 73304. dee counties to open November ; pO/:1Mr"r.lf: ? 'Jjl
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July 13tiOcean 18 through December 3, and December -
23 through January 1.
housekeeping apartments
T, 1 and 2'bedrooms compete Pinellas county closed. I Aug.I
t with linens and all utilities. Second District: Opens No- STARRING SPECULGUESi .

:Sun.. deck, fishing, swimming, vember 18, closes January 7. I l '. I OORE GarryI I' ,'A. Bob ;,
. :
Bradford counties .
Alachua and I
:loafing.. Day, week or month. IURAHTEj c -J OPE, rr
Sun Sea Manor, Flagler Beach. closed. : I 1m
, Third District: Opens November -
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18, closes January 14. Spring
E"; FOR RENT-Unfurnished large turkey gobbler (hens protected)
. :2-bedroom garage apartment. hunting season March 31 SPONSORED BY UNITED STATES @ N B C 11 T V

Call HE 9.2318, or see Zeke through April 15, one-half hour BREWERS. ASSOCIATION INC.
Chaffee. 11-17-tf before sunrise to 12 noon. Wa-
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--. kulla, Gulf, Calhoun, Liberty,
SEPTIC TANK-cleaning reasonable
Jackson and Washington counties -
t rates. Phone -
George Jarosz
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closed to Spring gobbler
ID 7-3410 3-2 to 8-24-tp season except in those parts of

\ FOR RENT urnisned 2 bedroom I those counties that lie in the I VEGETABLE, GROWERS .

"' one bath house Daytona Ave.,i Roy S. Gaskin Leon-Wakulla,

Flagler Beach.. 'Completely renovated I It and Apalachee Wildlife Manage- I

...' $65.00 per month. Keys I ment "areas.Fourth "V EGADEX
'". + can be picked up at Sullivan's.Gulf District: Opens November I
2 Station. Nov 10-tf 18, closes January 7. A i. ,
l -. Collier county ,closed.
}, -x/-vX-V v'1N1NX->>: Fifth District: Opens November CAN KEEP

JOHNSTON'STLAGLER 18, closes' January 7.

l' BEACH REALTY CO.I .QUAIL-Daily bag limit for S WEEDS '

K; LOTS HOMES OCEAN FRONT, quail of 10, with 'l season bag *
, WATER FRONT, FARMS, limit. Opens statewide Novem OUT OF YOIR CAIBAGE ; !
ACREAGE ber 18 closes February 11.

:' > See us for your teal estate needs SQUIRREL-Daily bag limit Kills the grassy annuals and many broad leafs as they sprout .
F Office Phone HE 9.2242r 10 gray squirrel and two fox JJij
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t- or ID 7-3517 limit. Opens statewide November ..Weeding labor costa$20 to$90 per acre by spraying VEGADEX ,;.. .y>' ...
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OTHER SPECIES Rabbit: .' labor costs. One gallon treats about 1 acre overall; 2 to 4 acres I '\
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;. PLACE :YOUR ORDER WITH USThe certain wildlife management .
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