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 Material Information
Title: The Flagler tribune
Physical Description: Newspaper
Language: English
Publisher: s.n.
s.n.
Place of Publication: Bunnell Fla
Creation Date: August 10, 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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Holding Location: 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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VOLUME: 49, NO. 31 BUNNELL, FLORIDA, THURSDAY, AUGUST 10, 1961 $2.50 A YEAR



f1 School BoardApproves I MEETING VFW AUXILIARY TONIGHTThe Pal Parker CIGARETTE FUNDS TO FLAGLER' TAX I I I County Board


ladies auxiUay to the t From the June collection of
Effort I Gives Ideas
; VFW Post 5213 are urged to at- on the 5-cents a pack on cigarettesin Approves DelayOf

tend the .,meeting Thursday the cities and towns of Flag
"
1) For New Plant I night, August 10, at 8 o'clock, (I Water for Beach ler -county, the ,following was 1961 Tax Roll

at the, community center, the i, .received back from the state: i

The Board of Public Instruction president Mrs. Ernest Taylor,' A search for new ideas, prac- i Beverly Beach, $79.30. Bun' !I At the Monday meeting of

passed a resolution at their said. .tical procedure, engineering nell, $1,514.34; Flagle{ Beach, I the Board of County Commissioners

meeting Tuesday to welcome the I I methods, and modern equipment $647.63; and Marineland, $136.84. D. D. Moody requested

missile base if the St. Johns- recently carried Flagler another 30 day extension of timeto

Flagler site is selected. They In- City Asking Beach citizens to an inspectionof Club Members submit the 1961 tax roll. The

structed the Superintendent to the ,North Miami Beach, Cutler request was granted, and it is-

write, a letter to .Congressman Vacant Lot t Ridge, and New Providence anticipated the roll will be sub-

Syd Herlong telling him they Island, Bahamas, water systems, Attending I CampFlagler mitted atthe next stated meet- -

would welcome the base and I Cleaning I reports Pal Parker. "Flagler ing of the board Monday, Sep-

would co-operate in the needed county has one of the best County 4-H Club tember 4. '
.
school facilities if the site is The City Commissioners are sources of pure 'fresh water in !members, County Agent Howard j i I
I asking owners of vacant lots in II III I II However, Tax Assessor Moody
selected. the state, he said, "and it is Taylor, and chaperones.left Mon- J I
I Bunnell to cut the weeds on gave an estimate to the board
The Board also approved the easily harnessed for our use. I day morning for Camp Cherry
Pilot Life Insurance Company their property, City Clerk Nancy j of the tax roll so work could

': as the carrier for the School In I Rodgers said today. "Financing will not be a probe I Lake week's near Madison, Florida, for I I begin on the tentative budget.

lem," Parker continued, "with I a camp. His estimate showed total -
property
surance. :The Commissioners are askingthe the 1961 Various recreational and educational I I
Cole of'Johnson I new laws now in effect I values at $9,601,932 as compared -
Kenneth Cityit .
of the activities will be
cooperation property '' provided
hired for community facility loans I I with $9/ 46.018 last year.
was as a science teacher
owners in clearing the lots in and I at the camp. One of the :
I government grants A priority The estimated taxable property
for the School.
Bunnell movement to the crafts the
a improve appearance for communities always enjoyed by I
of less totals
are $8,111,932 an increaseof
The Board also adopted a
of the and 4-H
town.
boys girls attending
than
I 10,000 population, this loan
ruling the children must remainat $120,474 over last year.
is the leather craft work.
fund has been increased by $450 camp An employee delegation of
school during the day unless
.1 This' will be main feature
again a
they, go home for lunch. 1 million dollars, and the interest road department requested an
Florida Gets 16 of the craft work.
Other routine matters rate' has been reduced to about:: increase in salaries of $10 a 1I
pertainI I The will return to Bun. I
35/8 per cent. group week, and were told the request
ing to school opening I
.New Plants in I nell on Saturday afternoon, August ,I
The information
the I gathered would be considered in makingup
of. at
taken care meeting. .
{ 12th, about 3 o'clock. |
on this tour is invaluable to our the budget.

I Month oiAnnouncements-July ", 'j I I water committee and engineers Those attending the camp are: I Reports from the Veterans ,
Mike McMillan Sue McMillan
,
l Bunnell Man Is "
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I Flagler Beach, Mr. Parker Officer were read and filed. Al-
I' on new industrial I added. Vicky King, Delores Deen, Carla :
so a submitted
report was. by
plants and expansionsin I Tucker, Barbara Jean Pache,
Road L. M. Whitaker I
Supt. from
Found In
Dead
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Florida last month totalled II Linda, Kobylarski, Tina Pache,
the
state
.L j 16 and represented investmentsof James Ebert1Joins Anne Bourne, Lee Bourne, Jr., said prison inspector. The

Trailer Home nearly $22 million, the Florida -I I Betty Lynn Bourne, report general conditionsat
I 1 the prison stockade was excellent -
I Development Commission I I BeachDfiYeLonmentJFirm I Linda Jean Skolar, Mary Susan but made minor I

Wesselin Haritonoff of the Ja-I;said. I Brannam, Levi L. Brannam, some
I I recommendations. _. '
rosz Trailer Park on Highway 11 J) r j3jjf: John Johnston, Nell Johnston -
Chairman- Director;., WendellJarrd'aaid : .j Board ,Chairman Alfred Tucker
-was..!ouod;dead. Monday abolt :. thertotals .J SjKi1*' """ "* '. Daii"Cody?, Mickey Ramsey,
were was abse 1t'on vacation. Also
.-James H. Ebert of I
Sandusky, I
noon in ills trailer home. He" is Tommy Kahlert, Sam Smith,
compiled from commission fifeS: absent was Board Member Otis
Ohio arrived this week
to
thought to have been dead since Margie Lee Blakely, Darrell
committees of 100, be-I I Hunter and H.
Saturday. He died, of natural news reports come associated in the real Britt, and Leah Tucker. County Attorney

ca ses. He was 62 years of age. I'and other sources. tate' development with Michael Chaperones accompanying the T. Cook.

,&He was born in Bulgaria and Murray of Flagler Beach. I I
: Largest investment was the group are: Mr. and Mrs. L. W.

had been a resident />f Florida I:$20,million expansion of Armour 1 According to a recent copy of I I i McMillan and Mrs., Leslie Tuck lect the loveliest young lady in I
Mr. Ebert
for the past several years, move Agricultural Chemical Co. at a Sandusky newspaper er. the Florida Crown Counties are

ing to Bunnell about nine ,Fort :Meade, set for completionin resigned from his position with 14 damsels-all of whom hold
the New Departure to enter the
months ago. I 1962 when an additional 1,500 beauty titles. ,

He is survived by his wife, a I tons of sulphuric acid' a day development business at Flagler' "queen of Florida I II Just a few of the contests already -
Beach with Mr. Murray is
son and ,a daughter all of Cen will be manufactured. Numberof whd having been won and titles -

tral Islip, New York. t employees was unavailable.The a 50 year veteran in the field. I Cuown"; Beauty Show 1 held by the entrants in the
For the past three he
The remains were forwarded I American Can Company I years I, Florida Crown Contest are: Miss

to New York Thursday by the in Jacksonville announced plans I was manager of standards;' iSetjFor August 26 Alachua County, Miss Gator
Funeral Home methods and budget control at
of Bunnell
Craig I
for a million dollar soft; drink Bowl, Miss Nassau County, Miss
which was in charge of local ar packaging plant to open next('New Departure. He joined the I The"I"'Queen of the Florida 'Tobacco Queen, Miss Jackson-

rangements.Yalsh Funeral I' firm in 1946 and three years Crown" Beauty Pageant to be
year with 25 employees.A I ville, Miss Putnam County, Miss
Home of, Islip is in charge of,arrangements -" half-million dollar plastics later became production man i held in Jacksonville Beach on Clay County, Miss Florida East

there. ,plant is set for Clay County in I ager. The paper also stated he ,Saturday, August 26, will really 1 Coast, '
Services twill be held there today received his bachelor of Science give the 'I
1962 with 16,000 square feet on I II judges a tough job. :Miss Suwannee County, Miss i

and interment will be in a 10-acre plot and 55 employees; I I degree in business administration .i Entered in the contest to se- High Springs, Miss Georgia l,

Pinelawn Memorial Park Cern Eclipse Plastic Industries, Inc.,I from Miami University. .He I Sports Queen, Miss Duval County

etery in Pinelawn, N. Y. will make plastic: containers served three years with the Army FAITH IN AMULET Miss Blaze, Miss Cecil Field,

and pipe.Florida. i. Air Force during World JI. I Iroquois Indians carried miniature Miss Azalea Queen, Miss Flag- .
He with his wife and three
BOAT OWNERS Industries, Inc., of canoes as amulets to keep ler Beach Miss 32nd Air Division '

MUST REGISTER "Tampa, manufacturers of aluminum I children will reside tempprarily from drowning. Miss St. Augustine Beach,
at Ormond Beach the article
THIS MONTH' r cabanas, carports and pre I Miss Bradford County, Miss
'stated. At press time the Tribune
County Tax; Collector Gayle :fabricated houses, announced a Florida bees produced, 14.1 Hamilton County and Miss Columbia
had not been able to
40,000,square foot expansion"last con- million pounds of honey in 1959. County.HEY'KIDS .
Mercer is reminding boat owners I tact Mr. Murray or Mrr Eberf 1
month and Florida Nitrogen Co., -
they may register their boats at their' Flagler Beach office.
now. also of Tampa, plans a $150,000 '
August 31 is the deadline I, !
for registering and the State I expansion. I II
Other Eisenbach I I
Conservation Department said announcements included Buys

they will begin on September 1st'' a $50,000 small instrument

to making cases for those boat parts and industrial machinery Franchise For BE CAREFUL

owners who do not have their. plant to open In Clearwater this o&,*TMF
registration.- month. Peaslee Metal ProductsCo. Greens Fuel Here

M>. Mercer said boats may ., Inc., will employ up to 200 44ow, You BiKE/ ***:&
people and occupy 6,400 square C. B. Eisenbach of Bunnell I
be registered at his office now i J
feet about has bought ,the Green's Fuel A
on a two-acre site. .
and up to August 31. Boat II toot OUT FR 8l=SURA
Hyal Industries, Inc., of, Hol1yood I franchise for Flagler County .
owners are ask to bring their CARS POU4MC- DON'T WOBBLE To itAVa
from Modern Gas of
has announced plans fora Company INTo TRAFFIC GOOD
old registration with ,them when oR WEAVE wiicw
40,OO. Daytona Beach. The business BRAKSSo
foot
they re-register. New, boat ownerS square expansion of \ a:5 You'Rtc tuomc.DOT
will be known The Green'sFuel
its women's as
sportswear plant
are ask to bring their bill ; ..d-e
of Flagler County Inc. Mr
of sale with them.: V-Way Company expects this fir; '

Pleasure boats with over ten month to open in Lakeland a*,Eisenbach is president of the .o ,
custom trailer ,plant, employing I company. Stt tlUltS \e' qto s .
horse power motors must regis "' .00NIG 4 tis
40 and I Office and appliance showroom
people turning out four
ter. Registration fees for boats s .
; : < will be in the Idelson
or five units week arid, FlorIda
,a,
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aEaDtl6HT
less than 16 feet long is $1.75; AND It"D
Building on Boulevard
Cane Moody
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Products Corporation R.F&.tCToRoot.lAA'WlfA' '
Boats sixteen feet RlDfi.0/
; and to
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Stuart Eatman of Bunnell
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plans to open a raw ,plant"Clewistotr SIDEWALK
and including 25 feet. 2.25 sugar 9OMSTtWiGo w++rT& S f
in next ,wi4k.12O who has served as the Flagler
Boats \ venty-six feet and year I37
and including! 39 'feet, $525 up to employees ,and a capacity of up county serviceman.for the Modern I; cs opos .

; to 750 tons ,a day.Mast .. Gas Co., will also be asso CtY"f.9
J
Beats forty feet and 1025.
over. 1
dated with the ( '
new ,
company -
Boat oWners may register their .... Mr.Eisenbach said. \)..,tAtJ- ;....

bets.oaf\wthe" Tax Collectbrs;:bar CASH FIR ACJMo- .I ,The 'company will serviceG ; I .-. .-.owl.:i.1..-o... ... ... I'

'five Wr tie 'ee rt Ih USe,- *Office I New Jersey cropland:; yi liS @? ,. 0_"r .'.;

huts:are o trow'8:304 .4:30 o mere .eaaii*per! MM:... WH*';:ttwrtf ter !n'sFUelcustomerslnFlag'1. gas "- -- .. t. ..

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; PAGE' TWO _.THE. FLAGLER TRIBUNE. :BUNNELL. FLORIDA Thursday, August 10, 1961
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, ,0< broidered sheath 1
Claudia Watson, jersey with'l
matching accessories and
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WardExchange
, Eddie corsage was vanda: ..orchld.I PRICES GOOD Thurs.-Fri.-Sat. Aug. 10-11-12, 1961
,', Vows :Mrs. Ward, wore'a pale blue
lace dress with matching' blue
I( Claudia Gay 1 e' Watson of Lykes Ready to eat Shur fresh i
, shoes and hat. Her flowers was I
Beach and Eddie Gen'eWard
Flagler of Gainesville were mar- white phalaenopsis,, orchid. CANNED CHEESE f t .
Following the ceremony, Mr. J
ried in a quiet ceremony 'at. and Mrs. John ,B. Ward and, Mr.
seven o'clock, August 4. The I I and Mrs. W. W. Ward were hostsat SPREAD'J
ceremony in the
was Chapel.of PICNICS 1"
a reception at the Ward .
the First Methodist ,Church 'of I I ea.
home. After a honeymoon of 2-lb.69C
Gainesville. Rev. Cur L.
ran I
two Weeks, the couple will be .
Spottswood officiated in the
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at home at 1403 N.W. Sixth I Limit One Please
double ring ceremony in the Place, in Gainesville. I II 303 Sunlite,
presence of members of the immediate The bride is a June,*graduate I ,' -
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families and a few close U.S. ChoiceSIRLOIN .
of the Junior College Costomol-I TOMATOES
friends.
I I ogy Division of ,
The bride is the daughter and will be employedwith J JGenny's
Mrs. George M. Moody, ;Jr., of I Hair Stylist in Ga nes- 2 for Z5e
Flagler Beach. The bridegroomis ville. .
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the son' of Mr. and Mrs. JohnB. I Mr. Ward graduated from I STEAKib.: 89 Southern
Ward of Gainesville. I Gainesville High.School in 1954 2l/z can

Serving as best man for Mr. I and attended the, University in I YAMS
Ward was Eugene C. Thompsonof I Gainesville. He is employed asa

Jacksonville and Wayne D. representative of the Stanback Copeland's ALL MEAT $ Mason of Gainesville was usher. I Company., 5 for JL .
The matron of honor, Mrs. I
Leonard C. Moody of Flagler I I I COMMUNITY MEMORIAL FRANKS 49Wilson's ,
1 Beach, wore at: carol sheath of CHURCH ,NOTES .1 18 oz. Kraft
dacron shantung. She wore
matching-shoes and a half hat Rev. R. W. Dickert, pastor of BARBQUESAUCE
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of coral and beige leaves tipped Community Memorial. Church, Certified Quick Frozen
with tiny pearls. She carried a announced' that he would begin ,
cascade arrangement of cham- I next Sunday a series of sermonson
paigne beige carnations and "Are These The Noah Days?" I Baking Hens lb.> 39 396
tulle. I I Sunday school starts' each bottle
The bride wore a short sheath Sunday morning at 10 o'clockand

type gown of Champaigne silk there are classes for all 46 Stokely
organza over candelight satin ages, with morning worship Tender BabyBeef oz.
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with a full-overskirt of matching service at 11 o'clock.Mr. TOMATOJUICE

embroidered The ...
organza. (
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sleeveless fitted bodice featureda and Mrs. Leonard Johnson, Liver lb.> 49 .
scoop neckline adorned only and children, David, Debra and
by a single strand of pearls worn Dale, are returning this week to
by her honor attendant at her their home ,here after spendingtwo 29*
: wedding. Her short illusion veil weeks in Renovo, Pa., with Chase & .Sanborn can
was attached to a crown of his parents, :Mr. and Mrs. Jeff -- ;

'bronze beads and pearls. Her Johnson. Hood's E-Z

flowers was a cascade arrange .. a COFFEE'.n49 Jj
ment of yellow roses, beige stock Dick Mosby was called to Cop' STARCHquart
and tulle. per Hill, Tenn., last week on account -
.
Mrs. Moody wore a cocoa em- of the death there of his Zle
brother in law, Lawson Garren. _
Limit one with $5.00 or more food order
He made the trip with his sis

Sarah E. Martel II ters, Mrs. Culmer Lammey of 14 oz. Snider's 46 oz. can t
Holly Hill and Miss Fanny
NOTARY PUBLIC Mosby of Tampa. HAWAIIANPUNCH
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FLAGLER BEACHHE CATSUP 2 'for 29 :'
g.2203-4high St.MOODY'S. Friends of Mr. and Mrs. Anthony ,
will be i
X V >fcXN N Bradac interested I
to know that they returned to 3 $400 j
their home here Sunday from Giant SizeBlue for J
Chicago, 111. where they were
Floral Service I
r recently married. Mrs. Bradacis I I,
7 oz. PlantersPEANUTS'
R. MOODY-Ph., ID 7-3240 the former Mrs. Nettie Bru- Cheer pkg 59

Service. Reasonable Prices sich.


Mr. and Mrs. Raymond Martel Limit with food order
'one $5.00 or more 3ge.
and family, accompained by her can
I mother, Mrs. H. .B. ,Brock, have I La RutaCORNED __ ,
to Sanford, Maine, to visit
PhotosII gone 1/2 gal. Playmate

I with his mother.Mr. BEEF 2 >for 89* PICNIC JUG

YOUR HOME and Mrs. Bob'WhItney and
children have returned 'to their $ins
Individuals home here after vacationing in 21/2' Show BoatPork each
& Groups 2 Ibs. Sugar FREE
South Florida.
Weddings & Beans 2''for 35* ..
From Seville there were Mrs. "MYTFINEPUDDINGS
I WoodieColeman and Mrs. Jim-
Special Occasions
,
my Coleman and daughter vacationing Henderson's Super FineSUGAR '
For Appointment Call here in the Graham
cottage, and Mr. and Mrs. M. C. .
Theo .Hein Coleman staying- the Mayres I 3 290' :
5i' 39'
HEmlock 9.2262 cottage last weekContmuea for .
'. on page 6) ONE PKG. ;

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: FOR ALL HOURS-DAY OR NIGH I. Limit one,with $5.00 or more food order ;(

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AMBULANCE'- I FROZEN FOODS ')
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SERVICE.PHONE VAlley 4-1625; ,

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ST. AUGUSTINE. FLORIDA 10 oz. Birds Eye GARDEN.. Elberta .' I J :

Near,bs hesitant about calling a Garcia Ambulance. We, PEAS ;' ... 2 -390 PEACHES 100Sunkist .
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are always at your service with promptness safety cad "
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tur peri Mice* 6 oz. 'Seald SweetLEMONADE x .
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Equipped With Oxygen Resusitator aad Inhalator 10'**&990 LEMONS ,i,' ,"',0,390U. .


Garcia. Funeral Home Winter Gar4eflMEAT :S. No.1'r

P. E. GARCIA LAD, Licensed ASSKTAXT Funeral Director. PIES 2r 350 POTATOES 10.390


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August 10, .1961 THE FLAGLER TRIBUNE, BUNtfELL, FLORIDA PAGE THREE


Facts for tiometnaker ,,I. .
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SELECT DRAPERIES: TO tf

,HARMONIZE'WITH HOME I

If you are planning to makeor
buy some new draperies for I
I your home this year carefully
select your fabric for a successful -
: and. satisfying job.

I : Keep in mind several facors
when selecting fabrics for drape-
ries.: The locality in which you
live; ,the architectural style of;
your home, the kind of living .

and entertaining your do, the* .. TABLE RITE MEATS

amount of time you have to care I Western Lean End Cut PORK Smoked & Cured Sliced
for home should all affect
your S
your choice. PORK SHOULDERS 49e
I *

Choose fabrics which will fit CH" 0 PS Legs, Thighs, and Breasts

your in with room.the other Simple furnishings furnishings in Ib *KIT FRESH FRYER PARTS tb 4ge

demand similar draperies.
Chintzes go well with Colonial Wilson CrispriteBREAKFAST
and Early American furnishings I Heavy Western Beef. Grade "A" BACON SSe
classic patterns are suitable for 11;
traditional rooms while modern ROUND STEAK Full Cut tb 790 World's BestHAMBURGER

textures and ,patterns go with $129
-
contemporary furnishings. 3 ,Ibs
I Silver Cow Evaporated Tall Can Thriftway
... Let the amount of privacy you .
j :' need determine whether to set I NIT FRANKS 3ge
.1 s "lect an opaque or semi-sheer Pkg.
,- ': abric. When draperies are "A" Heavy Beef -
" drawn largely for privacy opaque RiB
materials are needed. I STEAK Ib 7ge
Semi-sheer fabrics used over the I IYIILK I U I II

f. glass cut down glare soften the I Giant Size
architectural ,lines of the win
o dow and let light come in. 1
. f Choose a plain color if there I Limit 3 with $5.00 or.more food orderBluebird CH'EER 57

; .. is dominant patterns in other
.. I 46 oz. canPINEAPPLE .
; .S furnishings or if you want to
give a feeling of more space in! GRAPEFRUIT 4 $100' Limit one with $5.00 or more food order
for
a small room.. If you pick a
Chicken of the Sea
scale its size the % can
pattern. by room can .
by using, small patterns in CORN BEEP HASH 3 $100 A CHUNK TUNA 3 $100
small rooms and large patternsin for for

large rooms. Remember that Folger's Giant 10 oz. jar -, .
vertical stripes make short win Armour Star Shortening .
dows seem higher, while horiZontal VEGETOLE 59c' INSTANT COFFEE $115
. I stripes create a shortening 3 lb. can each
..
", s' and widening effect. Whitfield 22 oz. jar Fresh Pack Del Monte 2l/z can
Use color carefully to create
I .Jt the effect you want. Cool colors KOSHER DILLS -each 29 PEACEES 3 for89c'
t 'produce .a- quiet ,feeling while t **" .. _. *' ". :. r i-
1 warm colors give an effect of I

cozy nearness. White, off-white; Produce At Its Finest. RtIiGI:
will allow .
f cream or beige for
changes of color schemes.

, Golden Ripe Morton's All Kinds

TV DINNERS '
2
i I CommunityMemorial BANANASSweet tb10c for89c

" ChurchInterdeuomlnatlonal Juicy Libby's 6 oz. can I
RED GRAPES ; ft 29c LEMONADE' 9 for 99c

Tender Birds Eye 10
AIR CONDITIONED Yellow oz. pkg.

t Daytona Ave. l I CORN. 6 ears 39C ,/I I GARDEN PEAS 21c
t" FLAGLER "BEACH I 1 '

l Sunday School 10:00 A.M.
Folger's) 1 lb. Duke Tall
L Church Service 11:00 A.M. can can


t f t R.EVERYONE W; DICKERT..WELCOME Pastor. I. COFFEE 47. DOG FOOD 4 'for 25*


F. IX THE COUNTY JUDGE'S COUUT
Limit 4 Please
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, IN AND FOR FLAGLER COUNTY
.._ j KLOUIUA. NO. 5K* Limit one with $5.00 or more food order
, I IN RE: GUARDIANSHIP OF
I f'. Mary Ixmsiaua Peabody (wf) Northern
'.: SERVICE. IIY(7<<.PUBLICATIONa Southern Family Loaf \
TO ALL, WHOM IT MAY CON-. .f y TOILET TISSUE 3 for25c. .
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tit CERN: BREAD 2 29 .
You are, hereby. notified that a .c loaves
petition has been filed with the YY .,
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undersigned county Judge for the 'j

" Mary appointment etent Louisiana because of of Peabody.a cerebrovascular guardian Incomp-for Shurfine 2 lb. jar : ::- 'g f'-c' ;: i FREE I. ,

accident with senile phychosis. and PEANUT BUTTER 59c >
TOP VALUE STAMPS
r that said petition will be heard by .
each
me on September 1st. 1961. at my
office in the courthouse Bunnell.. Limit one coupon to ADULT'
I, Florida, at 9:30: A.M. on said date. -
T. K. MCKNIGHT Cracker Barrell Sharp with $5.00 or more food order at

t First publication:County Aug. 3rd.Judge.1961. CHEDDER CHEESE 55c.. SHELTONS SUPER MARKET

i Aug.. '3-10-17-2-1--Uc 10 oz. stick This Coupon Expires Aug. 12, 1961
\ t. IX THE CIRCUIT COURT OF
..l KLAGLKR COUNTY. FLORIDA,
IN CHANCERY NO. 4295 'I

,t, y<';. ..MANUEL ANGELICA RODIIGUES vs.DO NASCIMENTO NEVES.Plaintiff.ISI- WHY PAY MORE 50 FREE Ii 25 FREE tl 25 FREE

il-. J, DORO NEVES. TOP VALUE STAMPS !i TOP VALUE STAMPS TOP VALUE STAMPS
r .' .. NOTICE TO DEFEND- Defendant. Bush with the purchase of ;! with thepurchase of ,I with the purchase of
r .THE STATE OF FLORIDA. TO: 22 oz. 'Swan ; 2 j
Angelica Do Nascimtnto Isldo- Ii. qts.Vmtage 1 Ib can Chase & Sanborn
I ro Residence Neves Unknown RED BEANS LIQUID DETERGENTJUICE:. I COFFEE

l'' r. You are hereby notified that a : & this coupon ;1 and this coupon and this' coupon
suit has been tiled against you in I
la the above entitled cause; and you 10' This Coupon void 8-12-61 ,''i This Coupon void 8-12-61 i\ This Coupon void 8-12-61
300 can . .
;: are hereby required to file'your. answer I
{. with the Clerk*of this'Court,
i' .. + and to serve a copy thereof upon
J.'i. the plaintiff or'plaintiffs attorney
'" -' whose name and address is: QUANTITY RIGHTS
"V. Cecil Grant I RESERVED
"
.. % Main Street My-T-Fine
t ,1 1 Daytona Beach. Florida
i not 1361.later than August 21st. A. D.. PUDDINGS PRICES GOOD
y It you fall {o do so. decree pro Thurs. Fri. Sat.
;,l confesso will be entered'against
i., you for the relief demanded in the Aug. 10-11-12, 1961
i bill of complaint. The"Culture of Reg. 3 25c -
r- said WITNESS suit being my for hand divorce.and seal' of size\ : for 111 S. RAILROAD AVE. BUNNELL. FLA. STOHE HOUBS
b said Court this ''17th day of July r MoD. thur Fd.-8 A.M.-6:45 P.M.
;:; (Official1Seal) & A. SMYTHB "THE FRIENDLIEST STORE IN TOWN" Sat 8 JLH. 9 P. !Li.O
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I ,PAGE FOUR THE FLAGLER TRIBUNE, BUNNELL, FLORIDA Thursday, August 10, 1961

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FALL'S-BIG ROAR The only long staple cotton I Bermuda grass is a native of

gin in the U.Sis near Leesburg. India.
I The, roar of Victoria Falls on' '

Africa's Zambezi River can be \
I i
,heard 20 miles. The great'plumeof There are. 1,100 home demon-I Avocados were first planted in

water vapor is visible for! stration clubs in Florida.I South Florida in 1833.KING'S .

: .seven miles. Like .Niagara Falls,

Victoria is a favorite of honey.

mooners. Higher and wider than< AREA BUSINESS DIRECTORY 1
Leslie Poche
By
its American counterpart, Victoria ;I I

FOOTBALL PLAYERSTO 1961 FOOTBALL SCHEDULE I Falls stretches 1,900 yards

GET PHYSICAL across and has a maximum dropof AIR CONDITIONING-HEATING FUEL OIL
!
Sept. 15 Crescent City Away x 355 feetFlorida's --

Bunnell High School football Sept. 22 Orange Park Home, 'I FLORIDA AIRCONDITIONING I TRUCK STOP

players will report for a physical Sept. 29 St. Joseph Home x I CO. i
PHILLIPS 66 GAS & OILS
examination Friday, August 11, Oct. 6 Baldwin Home x I present citrus crop Of Daytona, Inc.

at 4:30 at the Flagler Hospitaland Oct. 13, Florida D&B away x I will comprise one-third of ,the AIR CONDmONINGHEATING I I J. L. IRWIN. Prop.LubricationTiresBatteries.

Clinic. All varsity, B team Oct. 20 Open I world harvest. GENERAL SHEET METAL

and, 7th .and 8th grader teams., Oct. 26, Father Lopez Away xi I "We're Proud of Our Work" I Fuel Oil, Kerosene, Tractor FuelU.

Monday, August 14, all players Nov. 3, Pierson Home x NORTH ORMOND DRAINAGE 330 Walker, Holly Hill OR 7-6120' .S. 1 N. Bunnell ID 7-3678

report at 10 A.M. for shoes. Nov. 10, Hastings' away x NOTICE OF DISTRICT LAND OWNERS AUTO SERVICE I

Tuesday, August 15, football Nov. 17, Callahan Away x MEETING GARDEN SHOP
Notice Is hereby given that a
practice starts at 8 A.M. All Nov. 22, Keystone Heights meeting of the Owners of Land sit- McDANIEL'S I; Gray's Garden Center

players bring shorts, socks and ,(Homecoming) I age uated District in the in North Volusla Ormond and Flagler Drain- Service Station :Headquarter for Gardening Need.
other items to practice lit There X Denotes conference games. Counties is hereby called to be held Ceramics Gifts Dry Arrangement
at the office of the District ,at 420 STANDARD OIL PRODUCTS Materials
will be two dally practices. The Seabreeze Boulevard. Daytona
time for the -afternoon practicewill Beach. Florida'same being in the Tires-Batteries-Minor Repairs "Annuals Shrubbery Fertilizers
JUST BROWSING County of Volusia on Thursday. Au- TORO LAWN MOWERS
be announced later.mmw. gust 31, 1961. at 2 o'clock P. M. Bunnell ID 7-7119
for the purpose of electing Super- 147 Tomoka Avenue-Ph. OR 7-0511
The Wadsworth Lumber Co. visors and for any other business ORMOND
I that may come before the meeting.At Biddle Gulf ServiceGASOILLUBRICATION I
city softball champs, had a such election, each and every
O. F. ALFORDRegistered Friday night at the sup-I acre of land in the District shall HARDWARE
per
represent one.share and each own-
Restaurant in Flagler Beach.The er shall be entitled to one vote in GULF TIRES & BATTERIESOpen ; f I THAT FAMOUS PAINT.
I" I person or by proxy in writing duly _
Real Estate BrokerBunnell boys had a nice time, A signed for each acre of land owned 7 A.M.-10 P.M* .-7 Days .
at
big thanks to Mr. Lewis Wads- may by him represent in such their District.Wards Guardians Execu- State&Lambert US 1-ID 7-7190 i / Exclusively

Florida worth. tors and Administrators may represent _' FLAGLER BEACHHARDWARE

l'rl\l\l'J'J'.a. ..M.............,//4 The Lehigh Bowling. Leaguewill and the Private Estate Corporations of deceased may persons be Colonial Service Station Dtrwll'J.J ,
--- get rolling the first week represented by their officers or duly' EARL E. RICE ProprietorGASoILLUBRICATION "I

1 FREE PAINT September.. Mr.'Robert Cook atuhorized It is ordered Agents.that this Notice be Flagler Beach HE 9-2103
published once a week for two consecutive ,. MOTOR TUNE-UP I
of Universal Car Service {
One extra, gallon of your'choice owner weeks in the Daytona
'with each gallo does quite a bit of bowling in I Beach Observer a newspaper pub- GOODYEAR TIRES & BATTERIES I Village Hardwar. Center
you buy lished in Volusia County ,Florida
Daytona Beach with the SargentSea and the Flagler Tribune a news U..S. HIWAY 1 BUNNELL I HOUSE PAINTS
Mary Carter Paint Store paper published in Flagler County t
Covers in the Halifax Ma- Florida. Date of first publication I ED'S Match and mix any color

Also West Kate Shopping' Outer jor League. His wife Evelyn also August 10, 1961. I Builder's Supplies Kitchenware
By order of
bowls a lot and: keeps up with BOARD OF SUPERVISORSV. PURE OIL STATION GIFTS GREETING CARDS

RCA VICTOR the girls.ROSCOE. Aug. .10-11-24-3tc.Guy Day, Secretary Specializing in Wash & Waxing AlA Ormond Beach CL 2.0420

LIVING COLOR TV I Batteries-Accessories j

"LOOK FOR TUB PICTUREIN LYNN THE OUTBOARDER MINOR REPAIRS I JEWELER

TilE WINDOW PITCHES S.HITTER u.s. Hwy. 1-Bunnell-ID 7-3138 \
Southern Radio & Television Authorized Evinrude Dealer I
BRENNAN Jewelers
226 E. Granada-Ph. OR 7-2001 Aug. 13 ,1933 Roscoe Lynn BOATS ACCESSORIES REPAIRS BAR AND PACKAGE STOREBAMBOO

ORMOND scattered5 hits to ease throughto Dockage Storage Tree Ramp Diamonds-Diamond Setting
-- WE FINANCE Fine Jewelry and, Gifts
an easy victory over the Pa-
ORMOND PRESCRIPTION latka Independents 5.2 on Pa- 825 Ballough RdDaytonaIN I BAR & COCKTAIL j i Hamilton Bulova, Benrus
PHARMACYSick .. LOUNGE !I Watches
latka's home grounds.: THE COUNTY JUDGE'S COURT Watches Clocks
Room SuppUes-Sundrles, -Jewelry- Repaired
IX AND FOR FLAGLER COUN-I DANCING FRIDAY & SATURDAY!I
HOSPITAL SUPPLIES Doubles by Biddle and Pert, I TV, FLORIDA IN PROHATE. FROM 9 i 60 E. Granada-r-Ormond 7-5058

24-Hour Prescription Service and a single by'lStanich, scored IN CASE RE- .NO.Estate 561 of SUNDAY FROM 6 P.M. I i

Free Delivery in Flagler BeachRt. two runs in the|fourth to put I GENERAL GRANT WILSON Ocean Blvd AlA-Flagler s ChI" FURNITURE
AlA 1 ml. North of Deceased.
ORMOND BEACH-Tel. OR 7-1661 Bunnell ahead 31. Lynn struck NOTICE OF :FILING PETITION Ormond Bedding and
out. 8 and Pounds of Palatka FOR FINAL ADMINISTRATOR DISCHARGE! OF MILLAND BAR AND Furniture Co.

struck out 10. TO ALL WHOM IT MAY CONCERN COCKTAIL LOUNGE
PAL PARKER'S. Substantial
INC. : j Discounts on AllBEDSSOFASFUINITURE
Automotive Specialty Center Bunnell Ab .R HE''I NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN I Eddie & Mary Shultz Props.
; that I have filed my final returnsas $10 Tradein Covers Down PaymentR.
DRAKES RELINED 915.95 Biddle, ss 4 1 1 0 administrator of the estate of PACKAGE GOODS S. ROBENBERRY, Owner _
PARTS AND LAIIOIt 'I GENERAL GRANT WILSON deceased -
FORDCIIEVHOLETPLYMONTHOTHERS Carter, Ib 4 0 1 0 : that I have filed my petition 9 a.m.-2 a.m-Sun. 1 p m. 2 a.m. 6O Granada. Ormond Ueh. OR 7-6411
$11>.S>5 Walker, c 4 1 1 0 I for final discharge and thatI Ocean lll\d-:Klaeler Beach .
will apply to the Honorable T. K.
540 Mason Ave. Daytona Pert 3b 3 1 1 0 McKNIGHT County Judge of Flag- BETH'S SEASIDE j MOTOR COURTSTREETER'S
Stanish If 4 0 1 0 I ler County. Florida. on August 21.
1961 for approval of the same and I BAR & GRILL j COURT
IN TilE CIRCUIT COURT OF1'LAGLKR Brown cf :. 3 '1 0 0 for final discharge as administrator FOR FINEPOOD
.. I of the estate of GENERAL AND
COUNTY, FLORIDA COFFEE SHOP
IN CHANCERY NO. 4258 Deen, rf 3 O. 1 0 GRANT WILSON deceased. I
JUANITA WILLARD.Plaintiff. Lovelace, 2b 4 0 1 0 I VINNIE WILSONAdministrator DREAKFAST-LUNCHES
: of the estate of COLD DRINKS-HOT COFFEE
V8. i Lynn p .1' 4111 GENERAL GRANT _WILSON. 3 mi. N. of Flagler on AlA I j OVERNIGHT KITCHENETTES

BOYCE C. WILLARD.Defendant. I xMercer cf 1 04 0 0,I First deceased.publication date: July 20. Open 7'A.M.-ll P.M. DA'r-'EEI MONTH
NOTICE TO DEFEND xxTeters, rf 1000 1961. I HWY A1A-FLAGLER BEACH
I THE STATE OF FLORIDA TO: July 20-27 & Aug 3-10-Hc BUILDING SUPPLIES I
Boyce C. Wlllard II
TilE CIRCUIT COURT OVFLAGLER I'
141 Laurelhurst Dr. IN I PAINTS
5 7 2
I Keyport. New Jersey ,34 COUNTY :J You are hereby notified that a Palatka Ab R H E IN CHANCERY NO. 42O2
suit has been filed against you In WILLIAM T. REED, I Building Supplies JERRY'S PAINT MARTPITTSBURGH
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the above entitled cause; and you Buck / Plaintiff I
are hereby required to file your an- cf -, 4000 vs. I BLOCKSI
Tipton, CEMENT CEMENT
swer with the Clerk of this Court. RUTH REED
and to serve a copy thereof Upon Pounds p 4111; Defendant. STEEL Paints-Finishes
NOTICE TO DEFEND
the plaintiff or plaintiffs attorney .
whose name and address is: Cone Ib 4001 THE STATE OF FLORIDA. TO: Paint Sundries-Wallpaper
Ruth ReedHesidence Flagler Beach liE 9.2254
Selden Ray Selden Building: Miller, ss 4 0 1 0 UnknownYou 38 .W. Granada-Ormond
800 Main Street Earls 2b 3' 0 0 0 are hereby notified that a ORange 7.0761
Daytona Beach. Floridanot suit has been filed Against you In BOTTLE GASHARRIS
: later_, than August 25th. A. D. Graham, If 4001 the above entitled cause; and you I r
1961If,' rf 3. 0 2 0 are hereby required file your answer BOTTLE GAS f ROOFER .
Perry
'
you fail to do so. decree pro with the Clerk 'of this Court.
confesso will be entered against I Telqhmanc 3 0 0 0 and to serve a copy thereof upon BOTTLE or BULK !EDGEMON ROOFING CO.
you for the relief demanded in the the plaintiff or plaintiff attorney ,
bill of complaint. The nature' of xWilkinson 1, 0 0' 0 whose name and address is: FLAGLER COUNTY'S ONLY Manufacturers of
said suit being for divorce. Maurice Wagner HOME OWNED GAS 'COMPANY
WITNESS my hand and neal of 216 South Palmetto Avenue Cement Tile RoofingALL
said Court this 19th day of July 1 34 2 5 3 Daytona Beach. Florida PHONE ID '7-3551 TYPES
OF ROOFINGFast
A. D. 1961.Oillcial not later than August 18th. A. D.
( Seal) E. A. SMYTIIE Bunnell 001201010572 1961.I Help Flagler County Grow Dependable Service
Clerk of said Circuit Court I If you fail to' do so, decree pro
July 27 & AUK. 3-10-17--ftc 'Pala k 100001000253 I confesso will be entered againstyou By Shopping at Home HWY. 1 N. ORMOND
J. .. -, for the relief demanded in the ORange 7-5177, 7-179&
bill of complaint. The nature of .
CONCRETE
TRIP SURANCEGo said suit being for divorce. PRODUCTS
WITNESS my hand and seal of RESTAURANT ,
--' ProtectedA said. D.Court 1961Official this 13th day -of,.July.A. Your "Q" For Concrete I

new service that we are proud to offer at ( Seal) E. A. SMTTHE Dial CL 3-8113 SUE-Z-Q ,RESTAURANT

remarkably low rates. Whether you plan to July 20-27 Clerk& Aug.of said 3-10 Circuit-itcuJribun Court Lunches=Dinners-Sandwiches 1

r, be vacationing 3 days or 6 months -See us DAYTONA BEACH OPEN 24 HOURS DAILY'

about your tripsurance.H. ; Quillian's Concrete, Inc. 152 W Granada-Ormond Beach
Wbt 3I11nglrr % ,
T. COOK AGENCY 'j Open 6 A.M_11 P.'M. at

Citizens Bank Building BUN1YKLL., FLORIDA CLEANERS'I I 146 S. Atlantic-Ormond

Bunnell, Florida ID 7-3361 / ,

MRS. M. B. FULLER, Editor II BUNNELL CLEANERS RIGHT ON THE BEACHShrimpSteokChopsChicken I {t
1 r I WE GIVE TV STAMPS t

Deslgmated Official PvbUeattea Ooca Dally S t. 6 Sandwiches and Shakes .

CRAIG FUNERAL HOME (.r Public N.tieea .f Flakier Phone ID 7-3188 Sandwiches and Pies i
BREAKFAST ANY TIME I
CMty, MMlelpalltles therein 115 N., Bay St. Bunnell _,
A.. H. CRAIG. Funeral Director and ,the ,State! e, ,Florida Ocean Spray Restaurant i

HARDIN. Associate DRUG STORES AlA 1 Mile South of Pier I
t T .JOHN : Ij
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Y Entered M ser..d class mattes
OXYGEN Used Furniture-Upholstery
AIR LADY February ..1913,at the postefle 'Moody's PharmacyFlagler f

CONDITIONED, ., -I ATTENDANTPhone I EQUIPPED at Ba* *ll,_ Florida*aader. ad .! Count' ,'. Corner. Drug StorePRESCRIPTIONS JOE WELLBORN I

CHAPEL. ., ... AMBULANCES. ,Man* d, ,.JJJnI. "
-- ,, t .-,! -e I Furniture & Upholstery I

__ ,ID 7-3532 One year-._._-Ll.ftO DRUGS-SUNDRIES GOOD USED FURNITURE ;
> '-'; .... ._,.. alx months -: >, 'LH FOUNTAIN SERVICE New Beddlng-Yattren Renovating.,

201 E. MOODY. -BLVD.- BUNNELL.. FLORIDA-'w. .. __" >., .-_< J.'<_ _-,: _,l..... _"....... .._ .>BwmeH.-na. Phoae ID 7-3661 1094*Furniture Flemish Up..laterlnc-Trade.Holly Hill.-CL, 3-2275 Ii

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THE FLAGLER TRIBUNE BUNNELL. :FLORIDA PAGE FIVEJLocAL41&
Thursday, August 10, 1961 .. .

i it' Jack, Clifford, Russell, George, the weekend after spending the|1 Franklin/ Cauley is in the?

r' and Wayne Weatherington .reI summer vacation Tampa with,Halifax Hospital in Daytona
I I i turned- the home their mother their grandparents, Mr. and Mrs.i Beach for medical'atmnt.. I

Mrs. Weatherington. during Aaron Weatherington. i
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HUNTER FAMILY DINETTE CLUBMEMBERS
HOLDS REUNION ENJOY
LAST SUNDAYThe ,I JAPANESE PARTY .
J
Hunter Family Reunion Mrs. Joan Crews entertained
was held,on Sunday at the Lake I members of the Pinette Club at i
Geneva home of Mr.:,and Mrs., a Japanese dinner party ,Monday
Kenneth Biddle. A basket picnic evening at her) home. She
lunch was served at noon and was assisted by her sister in! 1 r
swimming, skiing and boating law, Mrs. Era Hornsby, who
.. was enjoyed by those attending. spent some time in Japan while
her husband was on a tour of
Present included:I Mr. and duty with the U.S.. Army.
Mrs. D. M..Cellon and sons. Don,
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Jimmy and Craig; Mr.' and Mrs. Japanese dolls, fans, umbrellas
Clifford Johnson and children, and handmade pictures were
Brenda and Kenney of Gaines. featured in the decorations.: The
ville; :Mrs. Maude Lloyd; Mr..1 guests were seated at Chow
: and Mrs. Lester Waters and tables. and eat with chopsticks.The .
children, Linda and Debbie; and menu consisted of chicken I Mort\ingside Blvd.,Port St.Lucie,Florida.
I Mr. and Mrs. Joe Goss and children and walnuts, beef and peppers,, '
Patty and Joey of Jacksonville fried rice, egg rolls, two-step( "We insist on value that's why we're paving
cake and fortune cookies. The
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o ; "- hostesses wore Japanese dress. all our streets with soil-cement!"
Mr. and 'Mrs. Howard Hunter: I
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and sons, Lew and Ron, of Or-I Those enjoying the affair were .
t. lando. From Bunnell were, Mr.j i Mrs.' Ellisa Tilton, Mrs. Ann ...Says ELLIOTT MACKLE, President,The Mackle: Co.,Inc. i .
: and Mrs. W. E. Kudrna, Mr. and
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Hunter, Mrs. Nita Haywood, Mrs.I
; "Soil-cement is our choice of pavement sure low maintenance costs.They staysolid
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Mrs. Wilfred Hunter ,and Ruthie, t
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Betty Hawkins, :Mrs. Pat Cowart, .
; ;; for the many miles of streets paved and don't pothole or wash out atf -
and Kenneth Hunter. From Espanola I
Mrs. Margie Kinney, Mrs. Horns
', each by The MackIe Company at the edges.This means continuing economy '
; were Mr. and Mrs. E. A. by and the hostess. Door prizes year .
f t' Hunter, Mr. and,Mrs. Otis Hunt I were won by Ann Hunter and f V Port Charlotte,Port Malabar,Port St.' for the community."

; er and sons, Rocky and Kevin. Nita Haywood. Lucie and other General;Development Taxpayers especially like soil-cement.
of 'I' Corporation communities in Florida. Most of the materials cost nothing."Soilcementiseconomicaltoinstall .

" Chief Petty Officer Robert Mr. and : Andy Yelvington The main,ingredient is soil at the site
S French is spending two weeks and son., Kevin, of Orlando were i :':.. .- which means savings and value for ouror old broken-up blacktop or gravel. V .
. 0 leave here with his ,family. He recent visitors here with Mr.i customers In addition,many blocks of.soilcement Mixed with portland cement and
has just returned from a six and Mrs. M. B. Fuller and other t ', streets can be completed water, rolled and topped with bituminous
months tour of sea duty with relatives.Mrs. i in a single day. This is a vital factor coating-the pavement's finished. \ .
the U.S. Navy ire the Mediter- -: to us in maintaining land development Soil-cement can save tax money whereandconstructionschedulesandinhold
ranean. ,Following his '''leave Paul Stanish, Celestine \ .
live too
you Soilcementgrows
here he will go to Pensacola.Mr. and Catherine Stanish, and Mr. '. .
ing down paving costs. stronger year after year. It's the
and Mrs. Charles Geis have .re .
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"Just as important, these streets asstrongest pavement short of concrete
and Mrs. Leon Pearce and turned' home from a visit in
son, ''Hubert, have returned tot ,Detroit,-Mich., with friends and
their home here after.a visit in' relatives.' It is the first time PORTLAND CEMENT ASSOCIATION '
4 Eutaw,' Alabama, with their I Mrs. Stanish has visited there 1612 East Colonial Drive,Orlando,Florida
parents. since 1922. s I: A national organization.to improve: and extend the uses,of portland cement and Concrete
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50 FREE
Whole or Shank. Half
CANNED I
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HAMS Ib 390 SUPER SAVESTAMPS
BISCUIT 3 for29c

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I for II III PORK STEAKS m490 With $5.00. or more order
PURE; SHORTENING] :I
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r ,, 3 can tb 690 i CREAM CORN I PORK SAUSAGE*'490 & WHITE AND

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Big Chief GREEN PEAS tie $
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FOODS'- 119 N. BAY, ST. PH. I IDLEWOOD 7-3496
ROOT
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'1/2 Gal. 450 I 1 1I I i Tip Top 6 oz.

! Northern TOILET I Borden
Giant Size I LEMONADEfor

i, MR CLEAN 61C TISSUE 4I... 390 f SILVER COW, .3 10 $ MILK' V: ; J' tall
: .. 8 $100
i, '" _' cans
, Camay SOAP .-'.. t._ Birds Eye 10 oz.

t 4 Large 'SizeIVORY / .. 0. ;: .; BABY or FORDHOOK
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Reg. size for ., LIMAS for.4ge
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PEAS 'Z 37 e
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farm families after they were quality livestock, arid to finance $289,723loans previouslymade
Farm Loans last
r: :Jfag Lr Beack declared eligible to receive credit other farm and home operating some of which were

Year Was $311,000A by the county committee. A expenses. amortized over several years but ..
total of 128 applications'were reviewed repaid ahead of schedule. During
(Continued from Page 2) The remaining 74 per cent was
r total of $311,090.00 was by the county committee. i the year, 20 farmers repaid
" used for real estate loans. The
'; Mrs. Ruth Watkins has been loaned during the past fiscal ,their loans in full to the, FHA.
Operating loans accounted' for largest portion of this sum wentto -
.' entertaining her 0 n sand. to farmers served by the
' year I 26 per cent of the total. An im- construct new farm homes. The administration supervised
daughters in law during the last Sanford office of the Farmers
portant share of these funds Several farm houses and build credit is designed to help each
e week as house guests: Mr. and Home Administration, accordingto
was used to purchase modern ings were modernized and en- farmer establish sound farming
a
"Mrs. Joe Watkins and their Curtis J.: Green, the agency's.county .
/ V machinery to increase the efficiency larged. Some ,borrowers were operation,' raise his income
daughter, Peggy Jo from New supervisor. This office
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, of farm operations. FHA able refinance farm debts and make full. contribution to
;c Smyrna, were here Wednesday. serves Flagler, Orange, Lake,
loans also used to with FHA credit.Borrowers .
were pur the strength of our nation'seconomy .
Thursday, Mr. and Mrs. Horace Seminole, Brevard' and Volusia ,
.. chase seed and fertilizer, high I f repaid a total of .
- Watkins of Jacksonville, were counties. ,

. here to spend the, day, and on The loans were made to 44
'- Friday, Mr. and Mrs. Edsel Watkins : .

F from Carlo, Ga., with their VEGETABLE GROWERS -
;. children, Brenda: Joyce and Terry Mr. and Mrs Jerry Davis and :r '

arrived to spend several family made a trip to Jackson- ,

; days. They..made a trip to New ville Friday to accompany his ;, '
Smyrna to. enjoy boating and brother, Pete Crouch, that far on VEGA-DE X

,:. fishing with Mr. and Mrs. Joe his trip to his home in States-

' V Watkins, during the weekend.Mr. ville, N. C. tww. .

and Mrs. Cletus Strauser
CAN KEEP .'
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.t are returning this week from Mr. and Mrs. Clyde Duensingare

their visit with relatives in Halifax to move into their,new home I WEEbS. E -: -
NM yv
, Pennsylvania. in Palm Island this week. 1

OUT OF YOUR CABBAGE .
Mrs. Elsie Graham of Seville I
r Mrs. T. J., Underhill from De
is staying ,in her beach home I
Leon Springs is spending two here this week.' Her house'guests Kills the grassy annuals and many broadleafs as they sprout ,
.. weeks here in, the Byrd cottage. I I V
are Mr. and :Mrs. Norman Sas-
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Last year, growers from coast to coast proved they cut hand '

ser from Lakeland with their weeding labor costs$20 to$90 per acre by spraying VEGADEX V ., .

.CLASSIFIEDADS daughter, Lillian and son Lee. as,they planted. Treat.your overall field, or row treat. LEAVE : ; "

: an untreated patch and ,SEE the difference. .
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: 7Ltdci4& Increased demand has ,led to big volume production-and : '

I lowered coSts: ... '
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LI.t1ng. uuder' this heading are This saving is passed on to you. Now, you can spray VEGA- ,
I 3 cents per word each insertion, (Continued from page 5) DEX at a lower cost and eliminate practically all hand weeding ?
73 cents 1 minimum chance. ', .
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labor costs. One gallon treats about 1 acre overall; 2 to 4 acres "" !
100 Acres of ,com for sale. Ready Jerry Jenkins of Morgantown, of row ,treatment. Come in-let us give you the facts that will
to harvest in two weeks. Mike Ky., visited here recently with save you money.

.Steflik, phone ID 73443. the C. A. McKenzie family.

Aug. 10.17.2tc MGR nAf THE KILGORE SEED COMPANY

FOR SALE IN FLAGLER BEACH Buddy Cook returned Wednes- ,

Duplex on Daytona Ave., Lot 150 day morning from a short visit Division of Asgrow Seed 'Company

by 150. ,Price $7,500.10 per cent with his mother in South Caro-
V
I down, $50 per month, 6 per cent .lina. \ CHEMICALS FARM Hastings, Florida ,

interest. Contact Marge Givens, of ..
registered: broker, HE 92035.
McKenzie
Mr. and Mrs C. A.
Aug. 10-4f Sadie and Jane ,
and daughters, \"-, .
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returned Saturday from a visit .
FOR SALE IN FLAGLER BEACH .
Duplex on Daytona Ave., $9,900: of two weeks in Ramsey,. Ken ; ; -

5 per cent down, 30 years V bal.. tucky, with relatives.Mrs. ,01
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ance 5% per cent interest, $53.38 I & : \

per month. Aug-10-tf Marie Kane of Jacksonville

FOR SALE Everhot.< electric' is visiting here with rela
tivesbliss
roaster with grill in good con.
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dition. Phone ID 73621. 8-3-2tc

. :TURNITUBE droom : Nancy Brannam has as ,
set, $50; I
''breakfast: set, $15; refrigerator, her house guest this weekend

:$35. Jones, 23rd St. and Flagler Miss Alice Cheng, who te presently .

.Ave., Flagler Beach. 8.3.2tp living in Melbourne. Aliceis ':{C;fi r,.
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originally from Hong Kong .i .,
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:FOR RENT OR SALE-3 bedroom and is studying medicine at the fST "

house atnorth end of Pal University of Florida.Mr. .

. metto, Flagler Beach, on boat :,,.

canals, cool pleasant living, ex- ., and Mrs. I. I. Moody,'Howard ,
ceptional value, beautiful interior and Nancy .Moody of Lake

and exterior $90.00 per City visited at Flagler Beach

month for September 1 occu- Thursday with his father, George .

pancy. Contact present renters.or Moody, Sr. They were dinner "._,

Alexander Lumber Co., Daytona guests of Mr. and Mrs. M. B. ;0. :',

Beach, 'Florida. 7-2QiTF Fuller in Bunnell Thursday eve .f Vt
ning. % 411N
FOR RENT-furnished 3-room

'house, $40.00. ID 7.3304. r'
Mrs. Tommy Salyerds and son,
E July 13tiOcean I'
Alvin spent the: past weekendin ,
front housekeeping apart Augusta, Ga., visiting with 1 '.' '-': 7f'

ments, 1 and 2 bedrooms compete Tommy who was receiving med "', '

with linens and all utilities. ical treatment at the Veterans 'f 'j

Sun deck, fishing: swimming, Hospital there. He has improved <. ;
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loafing. Day,. week or month. sufficiently to return home with SEND A GIFTa : ;: -',, I Ir
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Sun Sea Manor, Flagler Beach. her Tuesday of this week. ; I
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HE. 9-2082 7.6tf ,' I
CARD OF THANKS e o i
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FOR nENTUnfurnished'large I would 'like to express m/ !
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2-bedroom. garage apartment sincere appreciation for all the '. ::: .,
CalJ\ HE 9-2318, or see Zeke
Chaffee. 11-17-tf: cards and thoughtfulness to, my i Each gift with a made-in-Florida label brings the folks back borne visions ,
son and the kindness extendedto ..
SEPTIC, jdeaning reason- my wife, during Stevie's recent of sand, sea, sunshine, and casual Florida living. Choose from an'endless .

:: able rates. George Jarosz Phone stay ,in the hospital. variety of products-some 7500 in all-made, grown,or processed in the =-

. ID"'7-3410: 3.2, to 8-24-tp Bobby French .. .,r ,- Sunshine State. Electricity, another made-in-Florida product, plays a vital .':,

FOR RENT':-furnisned- bedroom. : Y' role in their manufacture...and Florida Power &Light Company proud f 1
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one bath house Daytona_ Ave., TV SERVICE 1 ..'ife; of its partnership with progressive Florida industry. Y- i ;

Flagler Beach. Completely renovated. .. I ,
., '$65.00 per month. Keys ALL,'MAAgent ,. VV f, Start someone dreaming-sei\d\ a gift from Florida. Perhaps they'll join .


.(Gulf Station. Nov 10-tf! RCA & PHILCOTUBES ..- do everything in our power to make your dreams of finer, Florida living i

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LOTS,V HOMES,. OCEAN FRONT, TUBES TESTED FREE. i FLORliA POWER ft LIGHT COMPANY }' ; -
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