The Flagler tribune
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 Material Information
Title: The Flagler tribune
Physical Description: Newspaper
Language: English
Publisher: s.n.
Place of Publication: Bunnell Fla
Creation Date: August 17, 1961
Publication Date: -1981
Frequency: weekly
Subjects / Keywords: Newspapers -- Bunnell (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Flagler County (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Genre: newspaper   ( marcgt )
newspaper   ( sobekcm )
Spatial Coverage: United States -- Florida -- Flagler -- Bunnell
Coordinates: 29.4675 x -81.256944 ( Place of Publication )
Dates or Sequential Designation: Began in 1917?
Dates or Sequential Designation: -69th year, no. 36 (Sept. 3, 1981).
General Note: Mrs. M.B. Fuller, editor.
General Note: Description based on: Vol. 43, no. 20 (June 2, 1955).
Funding: Funded by NEH in support of the National Digital Newspaper Project (NDNP), NEH Award Number: PJ-50006-05
 Record Information
Source Institution: University of Florida
Holding Location: University of Florida
Rights Management: All rights reserved. Board of Trustees of the University of Florida
Resource Identifier: aleph - 001024369
oclc - 33425664
notis - AFA6237
lccn - sn 95047251
System ID: UF00079914:00242
 Related Items
Preceded by: St. Johns tribune
Succeeded by: Palm Coast news
Succeeded by: Flagler/Palm Coast news-tribune

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i. :1f: Lions Sponsor I Sets Mosquito Hearing Board I League" of Small I J.Attending B. High, Jr., I Pupil Assignment

i I For Budget Convention .
Miss Morris MunicipalitiesMeets For
I The hearing for the 1961-62 fj' J. B. High, Jr. of Washington,
budget of the East Flagler Mosquito D. C., son of Mrs. J. B. High

; In Contest'Miss I District has been set for TonightThe 'I'of Bunnell, is attending a Chemistry 61-62 School Year

I September 6 at seven thirty P. I Convention, at State College .

JoAnn Morris of Bunnell M... according to an advertisement Town of Flagler Beach Pa., this week Mrs. High Parents of Flagler County
\ is being sponsored by the Bun carried in this' issue of the I' will be host at the meeting or the I learned today. This is an International School Children are remindedof

,nell Lions Club in the Miss Tribune. I. Central Florida League of Small I Microchemistry Convention several important matters in
Southland Contest at the Daytona The budget is for the fiscal'I Municipalities at seven o'clock ,regard to assignment of pupilsto

Beach Bandshell on Sep year ending September 30,1962. tonight. The dinner will be Mr. High is employed with the schools within the County,
tember 1. The contest is a I served at the Womans Club I U. S. Government Service in Director 0 f Pupil assignmentI

) highlight <>.f'the Labor Day act ( COUNTY AGENT Building on South' Central Ave. Washington. I A. Cannon said ,today.All .

ivities sponsored by the Labor TO ATTEND I This will be followed by the pupils who attended

: Union. I CONFERENCE : business meeting of the League. Flagler 4-H'ers schools in Flagler County last

t Miss 'Morris' is the daughter i Flagler County Agent Howardi I Town Clerk Rudolph Peterson year were reassigned by the

I, of Mr. and Mrs. Walter Morris i Taylor Jr., will attend the annual is president of the League this ,Return from Camp Board of Public Instruction at

of Bunnell, and is 'a sophomoreat Extension Service Conference year and pick Pearce of DeLand its July meeting. Pupil assignments

the University of Florida in for County Agents at the is the, secretary.The I Twenty-five 4-H members returned will be mailed to all par-
Gainesville. She was a memberof University of Florida in Gaipes- Town Commissioners from a weeks stay at ents of children who attended
the graduating class of Bun I ville next week. II meet scheduled for tonight has I Camp Cherry Lake Saturday. Flagler County Schools last year

nell High School of 1960. She The conference is held to ac- been, set up to .meet at five During the week they enjoyed by the end' of this week, Mr.

was a runner up in the Miss {I quaint the extension workers i o'clock this afternoon., In order f swimming, organized recerea- Cannon continued.The .

Flagler County Contest sponsored with the latest advancements that the Commlssioneres may I tion, crafts and camp activities.Mr. parents of children who
by the Club. She was Miss I in agricultural and new policies I attended the League meeting. and Mrs. L. W. McMillan, will enter school in Flagler

Homecoming Queen of 1960, Miss coming in from Washington. Mrs. Doris Tucker and Howard County this year for the first

,Bunnell High School 1960, She I Lions Club News Taylor accompanied the Flagler time must make application for

was also selected as Koshare i delegation. Camping with the assignment for their child or
!Applications I
I Princess 1960 at a twirling i The Bunnell Lions Club votedat I Flagler group were LaFayette, I children at the Pupil Assignment

Camp. Miss Morris is a 19 year!For Bear Hunt I their meeting Monday noon Gilchrist; and Suwannee Count- office on the second floor

i old blonde; and is first entry I I to inform the City and County ( ies.Susie I of the County Courthouse before -
from Flagler. County in the contest Brannam, Nell Johnston,
Received Comissioners of their willingness I the, beginning, of school.
Being .1'
I Margie Lee Blakley, Mickey
and readiness to cooperate Parents who are concerned are
Applications are now being in the county effort to ob Ramsey, Tommy Kahlert, Mike ( asked to report to the Pupil As-
II McMillan, Levi Brannam and
Bunnell 'PTA.Executive received from Florida hunters tain the missile part project in signment Office for this purpose
John Johnston served Cabin
I who wish to: participate in 'the Flagler County. I as during the hours of 8:30 A. M.
I Leaders orAssistant Cabin Lead-
managed bear hunts in the I They also voted in favor of to 12:00: or from 1:00 P. M.: to
Board I during the
Oscela and Apalachicola National the City's effort to clean up va- I.ser camp. 4:30 P. M.
Forests, according ,to A. 'D.I I II : cant lots in Bunnell and to aid Mike McMillan also served as It is hope.d that all parents

Meets Tuesday.t.. %-t I Aldrich, director, Game and I in the mosquito control program. I chairman of the Camp Council who will have children enter-
and later in the week sel-
The ,Executive Committee of Fresh Water Fish Commission, Guests at the meeting were I was ing Flagler County Schools for :
,the Bunnell, Parent-Teacher Asfcsusoclatlon in Tallahassee. 'I Highway Trooper G. H. Neeley, {lected "Best Camper" by nearly the first time this school yearwill

.- ... will meet at 7:30 next I Florida black bear are rated John Cook,. and Levi BrannamJr. J 100 4-H'ers campers.Mike's ,.make ..application, at ,the
No 13 was' also
"Tuesday.. A'iTgusr22ndtHe"presI-<< l1s! th e' largestMh the 'nationf -''AFIshTng 'P 'oridaj"fi: Assignment Office before the
selected .
"Honor Cabin" Bill
dent Becky Clegg said today. and because of their early retreat was shownxat the 'meeting. I opening day of school.
of Gilchrist
County was awarded -
The meeting will be held in the I impassable swamp territory Parents of children who were'
the "Best Cabin Leader"certificate
principals office at the High they are extremely difficult -, 4th Annual Amatuer while Janice Walkerof in Kindergarten last year will
School building.The to hunt, even with excellent not have to make applicationfor
Lafayette shared the
of this meeting dogs. The Osceola National asignment.
purpose t
Talent Contest same honors In the girls divi
L,1Y is to, make plans for the first Forest; in Cplumbia and I

Parent-Teacher, Association meet. Baker counties in Northeast sion. I!
3rd girls who Financing For
September Flakier were mem
Florida and the
ing which will be held on September Apalachicola '
bers of the
t cabin who won "Girls
t 12, Mrs. Clegg continued. National Forest, in Liberty David Snavely, chairman of
Honor Cabin" ParkAvailable '
were Vicky King, I I Colony
County in Northwest Florida, the, 4th Annual Amatuer Con- Linda Skolar, Tina Pache and i
Final Tests For I provides some of the best bear test, a highlight of the 58th An Barbara Pache. I
hunting in Florida.Applications nual' Labor Day Celebration, to
DBJC Set On i for the Apalachicola be held on Sunday evening, ished through the courtesy of { Developers of Colony Park
Bear Hunts should be filI,I September 3rd, has announcedthat I the Flagler County School Board. I subdivision of Bunnell said to-
ed with the Regional Manager, the contest this year will day that FHA and VA financingis
II Guests the
August 28:29 I I during week were
Game and Fresh Water Fish
include persons of all ages, divided Mr. and Mrs. Dick Cody, Mrs.A. now available for homes be
I The final testing session for I Commission, P. O. Box 576, into groups. The first age B. Johnston, Mrs. Dale Brown ing built in that area.
full-time freshman planning to ama City, Florida, prior to pan-I group will be for contestants and Mr. and Mrs. Marvin Tucker The new subdivision is locatedin
attend to the' college division of A. M. August 23. Hunters under 10 years of age. The the north east section of Bun
Daytona Beach Junior College wish to participate in the Osce 1 I second age group to be from 11 I SFour 4-H Camps are located ,I nell and is being developed by

this fall is set for August 28 ola Bear Hunts should file ,application ) years to 18 years and, the third In\ orida and nearly 7,000 4-H I the owners, D. D. Moody andT.

and 29 on the campus. with the eRgional age group to be from 19 years boys and girls are privileged to E. Holden. Two new homes
According to college dean Dr. Manager, Game and FreshWater up.The attend for a week. They are have been completed and con-
Fish Commission, P. contest this will be struction has the third
R. \Whetstone, applicationsfor year operated by the Florida Agricul- begun on
fall entrance must be In, the i Box 908, Lake City, 0.1 open to all residents of the tural Extension Service, whichis home. E. J. Chaffee is the
registrar's office prior to 4:00P. : 'I' prior to 11:00 A. M. August .. southern states. Anyone who a division of the University builder.

M. on August 28. He urged All applications must be can sing, dance, play a musical of Florida. ,
hew students to complete the I panted by a' check to accom-I instrument, call hogs, do tricks I BOARD TO HEAR .

,necessary forms promptly and mit cost. or what have you, are invited to BUNNELL FACULTYMEMBERS' TAX COMPLAINTS
not wait until last day because Regulations for the special enter. The closing date to enter I
3 the form requires notarization.The bear hunts provide a total of 12 will be August 28th and there ARE. SEPTEMBER 4TH
testing,session is scheduled managed 'three.day hunts in the will be no rehearsals. WELCOMEDMembers The Board of County Commissioners .
to begin promptly at 8:30A Apalachicola National Forest There Is no entry fee. Trophiesand of the Bunnell Fac will meet with the Flag. ,

:M. on the28th the dean said. September 18 through October government bonds or gift ulty will welcome the New ter County Tax Assessor on :Mon- I'

The special battery Is requiredof 28. The 8, managed hunts in certificates will be awarded to Faculty members at a swim day morning, September 4 for

all college division freshmen the Osceola National Forest will the first three winners in each party and covered dish supper the tax equalizing meeting. I

i $' but Is not a bar to entrance. be held October 2 through 28. class as well as a trophy and this afternoon at the home of The meeting will be at 10 o'clock I
Rather they are urged by guidance Each three-day hunt will be I gift certificate to the champion,I Mr. and :Mrs. Jack Clegg, in the morning in the County I

.." personnel and faculty in limited to not more than 171 which will be the overall winner. corner of' Palmetto and Howe Commissioners room of the I
a keeping with individual needs, people, except upon approval of I Entry blanks may be obtainedby Avenue. Courthouse.The :
:' .interests ,and abilities. the hunt supervisor. Each,group calling David Snavely, The swim party will be at five purpose' of the meeting Is :

,-;'_. The. dean also pointed out that must obtain a $50.00 party hunt CL 3-2753 after 5 p. m. dally or o'clock and the supper will' beat for hearing complaints and receiving

: ',tthe 1961.62 freshman class has permit, and each person in' the by dropping ,a postal card to six o'clock. testimony as to the valueof

u:: already exceeded last year's 260 party must also possess a regular ,- I Central Labor Union, P. O. Box any property, real or personalas

full-time students and over one hunting license.' I 1150, Daytona eBach, Florida. Training Regiment of the U. S. fixed by the County Tax

hundred are expected at the Hunters will be allowed to; Competent judges will evaluatethe Army Training'Center, Infantry, Assessor. .f,

.. last testing session. take bear" fox skunk opossum performance of each 'con- I at Fort Jackson, S. C. where
_Area high schoolgraduates bobcat and rabit Shooting will teStant. Their decision to' be he is undergoing eight weeksof unknown distances 'on tertian f

may get the necessary forms' be one-half hour before sunriseto finaL Basic Combat Training. which duplicates combat areas. l'r

".from the Daytona Beach Junior one-half hour after "sunset, -Hehas been taught rifle Other highlights, of his intensive
College Registrar Collins Hall. with' no Sunday }hunting allowed '; + marksmanship under the U. S
'Roy Likins-Jr. *: I training include squad tactics -
j Receives Basic A Army's TRAINFIRE program bayonet and hand to hand '
.4, iTiere: arean, estimated 36,.. Additional >information concerning 'I! .!". I which enables the modern sold- combat, and crawling'the infiltration -
000,000) h citrus trees in- Florida.Purebred the special hunt regular Army Training ler to become a better riflemanIn course while machinegun

". .. .: tions and procedures governing Pvt- Roy W. .Likins ,son' of.Mr. less_time than previous meth- fire- Is popping overhead.
.1;,,. jit .' Livestock: Directeijr. I the drawing :may be obtained I II I and Mrs. Roy E. Likins' of :Ma- odsIn this program most of :Many of his instructors are co

> ,lists, XJ-.purbred'dairy ea- ,I by, contacting. ". either regional rineland has been assigned to!his training consisted of firing bat veterans of World Wa rand <

i;' f, isle.. '=breeders In' Florida' : office.. : : ; Company e, 4th Battalion, 1st his rifle at pop.up targets at the Korean War.'r' .

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Pat Parker, Don Ray Vinson, Florida is the only commercial I A medium-siz d guava. con
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Penny Leggett, Gene Knight, -
.\ John Barker, Winston Polk, producer, of mangos: in North f tains\nearly four times the adult

Rodger Edwards, ''Manager Lew America.AIR daily requirement of vitamin C.
r Wadsworth, and Eugene Todd. I
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By Leslie Pache j Coach Coy Harris, Assistant
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I Coach James Lowe, Gene Cauley, J


J TO MOVE UP ,, Coach Ken Beman called practice Slovak, Harry Stuckey, Capt. i- FLORIDA AIRCONDITIONING
I I with the following players 'I Billy White, Tommy Wells, 'I CO.

Bo Manuel takes helm over this fall the t showing up: Steflik, Harris, Webster Frank Adams, Lewis ,Friedman, [ Of DC ytona. Inc. 1 PHILLIPS 66 GAS .& OILS t

.I. Bunnell Bulldog Kelly, Mercer, McCort, Trad, I Tommy Bertha, Billy Deen, Herbert AIR CONDITIONINGHEATINGGENERAL J. L IRWIN. Prop. f
and is bound to
something new
.. I Babbitt, Teters, Sheffield, Bowden t Rodgers, 'Marshall Crews, SHEET METAL 'Lubricatlon-Tires-Batteries

happen. I Haines, Bremer, Parker, and !Jerry Cauley, David Wakeman, I "We're Proud of Our Work" Fuel Oil. Kerosene, Tractor Fuel I

I .Experience gained from a S. Deen. I Jimmy Kendall, Sammy Bertha, 330 Walker Holly Hill. OR 7-6120 U.S. 1 N. Bunnell ID 73678GARDEN

bumpy 4.6 season should prove I I Robert Cook, and Charles Rob ; .

; helpful to 'Bulldogs. Bo and r TEN YEARS AGO- son. Won 5-Lost 3. AUTO SERVICE SHOP 1

his new assistant coach Jack Coach Willard Knight and assistant -- McDANIEL'S Gray's Garden Center

Hardin, have their work cut out r coach, Sigsbee Prince, DID YOU KNOW? .
Headquarter 'fir Gardening Need
I' for the first week "getting the called practice. Capt. J. I. Sheffield Don Ray Vinson was a six- : Service ,Station | Ceramics Gifts Dry Arrangement

I boys in shape.I Co.Capt.Thomas Clark, year, 18-letterman. Also Don' STANDARD OIL PRODUCTS Materials

With 10 seniors returning, _f David Burnsed, Marvin Strick never missed a game or a prac- Tires, -Batteries-Minor Repairs I'Annuals Shrubbery Fertilizers .

Coach Manuel will be sweating land, Buddy Chambers, Billy. tice session in six, years. Don Bunnell ID 7-7119 TORO LAWN MOWERS

I out the opening game with Crescent I Cummins, Aubrey SpiveyVan earned letters for football, basketball 147 Tomoka Avenue-Ph.ORMOND OR 7-051 ;

City-the St. Johns Confer- Murray, Dickie Mercer, Johnny and baseball. Biddle Gulf ServiceGASOILLUBRICATION I .

ence' champions last season. I Lynn, David Ingle, Larry Cody, I HARDWARE "

J IN CHANCERY NO. 4258 Open 7 A.M.-IQ P.M.-7 Days .
'. '. .. JUANITA WILLARD.Plaintiff. CExclusively at
State&Lambert US 1-ID 7-7190 \I 'III,'f1
1\\ rkIj@[ } W@@ nt .l-I TO Defendant.NOTICE IJEFKND. Colonial Service Station 'Y&vU%I. i

Boyce C. Willard Flagler Beach HE 9-21D3. ;
141 Laurelhurst Dr. .
The first child English parents born In America was Virginia Keyport. New Jersey MOTOR TUNE-UP I
Dare, born August 18, 1581. The Women's suffrage amendment to the. You are hereby notified that a
suit has been filed against you In GOODYEAR TIRES & BATTERIES 1 Village Hardwar. Center
Constitution was adopted, August 18, 1920. the above entitled cause; and you .
Two famous Americans were born on August,19: Bernard Barucb am hereby required to file your answer u. S. HIWAY 1 BUNNELLED'S HOUSE PAINTS'

(1870)) and Orville Wright ((1871)). and to with serve the a Clerk copy of thereof this Court.upon t Match and mix any color \

On August 20, 1940, Winston Churchill made a memorable speechto the plaintiff or plaintiffs} attorney I Builder's Supplies Kitchenware
the English House of Commons, from which come these famous whose Ray name Selden and address is: PURE OIL STATION GIFTS GREETING CARDS "

words: "Never in the" field of human, conflict, was so much owed by Selden 800 Main Building Specializing in Wash & Waxing AlA Ormond Beach CL 2-0420 '
so many to so few. Street
Daytona Beach Floridanot Batteries-Accessories
The United States Department of Agriculture appointed its first later than August 25th A. D. 1 i i
chemist, August ,21, 1862. The Lincoln-Douglas debates began Au 19"1. MINOR REPAIRSU. I I JEWELER '
If you fail to do so, decree pro 1 Bunnell ID 1!
gust 21, 1858. confesso will b6 entered againstyou Si Hwy. 7-3138 1I i
John Fitch's steam paddle invention was proved successful August for the relief demanded in the i I, BRENNAN Jewelers

22, 1787. The Red Cross was established in Geneva, August 22, 1864. bill said of suit complaint.being for The divorce.nature of BAR AND PACKAGE STOREBAMBOO .1.1I I Diamonds-Diamond Setting,

The State of Franklin was organized August 23, 1784 and was later I WITNESS my hand and seal of I Fine Jewelry and Gifts
I absorbed by North Carolina. said Court this 19th day of July. \ I I
The'USS Jupiter,.first electrically propelled ship of the U.S. Navy, .A.( D. 1961.Official Seal) E. A. SMYTHEClerk I BAR & COCKTAIL I'' Hamilton, Bulova, Benrus'. .

.. was launched August 24, 1912. Built as a collier, the ship was commissioned of said Circuit Court LOUNGE Watches
July 27 & Aug. 3-10-11-4tc
in 1913, converted to an aircraft carrier in 1919 and 1920, I.DANCING FRIDAY & SATURDAY i,Watches -Jewelry-Clocks Repaired
,,60 E. Granada--Ormond-OR 7-5056
and her name'changed to Langley. THE OUTBOARDERAuthorized FROM 9 I '

Evinrude Dealer Ocean Blvd AlA FlaglerB cash

Subscribe to The Flagler; Tribune, $2.50 Yearly in'Advance DOATS ACCESSORIES REPAIRS I' Ormond Bedding and

Dockage Storage Tree Ramp MILLAND BAR AND f Furniture Co. ,

Daytona :
CONTROL IJIVTHICTFlNcal IV CIIAXCEUY NO. '4315>> ; I Eddie & Mary Shultz, Props. ;:i $10 Tradein Covers Down PaymentR. 'f'J

>rar 30 eiidloK, 11KK September I I KENNETH G. VOGEL.Plaintiff, ............. .. . PACKAGE GOODS. I 1: S. ROBENBERRY, Owner

Pursuant' to provisions of Florida vs. .7 F. ALFORD 9 a. m.-2 a.-Sun.. 1 p%m. 2 a. m. 60 Granada, Ormond Deb. OR 7-6411
notice is hereby given that ANN MAE
VOGEL.Defendant. ''
Ocean UUd-Flakier Teach .
public meeting will be held by the Registered --
Board of Commissioners of the NOTICE TO DEFENDTHE I
on September bth. 1961. 7:30P. Ann Mae. Vogel i Real Estate Broker
.M. at oilice on Highway AlA, 87 Mathiason Place I I I BAR & GRILL i COURT
for the purpose of discussing the Matawan New Jersey I FOR FINEPOOD .
Tentative proposed Budget for fiscal You are hereby notified that a Bunnell Florida I AND COFFEE SHOPBREAKFAST
year ending September 30. 1962. suit has been filed against you in I LUNCHES
Budget is summarized below: the above entitled cause: and you I
Salaries S 7989.00 are hereby required to file your answer l .1 COLD DRINKS-HOT COFFEE
(Gag Oil Grease & Repairs 3,.90OO with the Clerk of this Court. MOODY'SFloral 3 mi. N. of Flagler on AlA OVERNIGHT KITCHENETTES .
Legal & Tax 847.00 and to serve a copy thereof upon Open 7 A.M.-II P.M. DAY WEEK-:MONTH
Insurance 975.00 the plaintiff or plaintiff's attorney, ,
incidentals 650.00 whose name and address is: Service HWY A1A-FLAGLER BEACH
Contingency 74.00 RaySelden BUILDING SUPPLIES '
Selden Building 1
TOTAL (825.00Control 800 Main Street R. MOODY-Ph. ID 7-3240 J PAINTS
East Flagler Mosquito Daytona Beach. Floridanot I WICKLINE
District Flagler Beach.-Florida later than September 15th, A.t D, Service, Reasonable Prices
George Moody, Chairman 1961. I Building Supplies JERRY'S PAINT MARTPITTSBURGH
ATTEST: If you fail to do so, decree pro 1 .
Lyman L. Gage. Secretary cohfesso will be' entered againstyou i I
August 17-24-2tcIN for the relief demanded in the ,
bill of complaint. The nature of STEEL Paints-Finishes
TUB: cmcriT CoUnT OF said suit being for divorce. Paint Sundries
KI.ACI.KU COUNTY, FLORIDA, WITNESS my hand and seal of Beach HE 9-2254 -Wallpaper .
IN CHAtC'RIlY NO. 4317 said Court this 9th day "of August iPhotosIM 38 W. Granada-ormond
EMMA MURRAY. A. D. 1961.OHlcial .
Plaintiff ( Seal) BOTTLE GASHARRIS ORange 7.0761
WILLIAM As.MURRAY. Clerk of said Circuit Court -
Defendant. Aug. 17-24-31 & Sept. 7-4tc' YOIR HOME BOTTLE GAS ROOFER t
&, Groups
Residence UnknownYou FLORIDA NO. 5U8>> : FLAGLER COUNTY'S ONLY Manufacturers of
are hereby notified that a HOME OWNED GAS COMPANY Cement Tile
suit has been filed against you in I IN RE: GUARDIANSHIP OF Roofing
the above entitled cause: and you Mary Lousiana Peabody (wf) Weddings PHONE ID 7.3551 ALL TYPES OF ROOFINGFast I
hereby required to file SERVICE BY PUBLICATION
are your an I ,
swer with the Clerk of this Court ('ZU.D) Help Flagler County Grow Dependable Service I
and to serve a copy thereof upon Special OccasionsFor at Home HWY. 1 N. ORMOND'
By Shopping i
the plaintiff or plaintiffs attorney TO ALL WHOM. IT MAY CONCERN ..
whose name and address is: : ORange 7-5177 7-1793 .. !
W. Cecil Grant Appointment f
407% Main Street' You are hereby notified that a I
Daytona Beach. Floridanot petition has been filed with the I RESTAURANT .
later than September 15th A.D. undersigned county judge for the Theo Hein Your "Q" For ConcreteDial
1961.If. appointment of a guardian for SUE-Z-Q RESTAURANT
you fail to do so. decree pro Mary Louisiana Peabody incomp- HEmlock 9.2262 CL 3-8113
confesso will be entered againstyou etent because of cerebrovascular Lunches-Dinners Sandwiches
for the relief demanded in the accident with senile phychosis. and BEACH -
bill of complaint. The nature of that said petition will be heard by OPEN 24"HOURS DAILY j
said suit being for divorce. me on September 1st. 1961. at my
rVITNESS my hand and seal of office in the. courthouse at Bunnell Quillian's Concrete, Inc. 152 W Granada-Ormond Beach
said Court this 11th day of Au- Florida at 9:30 A.M. on said date. QJljr Ingtrr ribuur ;
gust A. D. 1961. Open 6 A.M.-II P.M. at
(Official 'Seal) T. K. MCKNIGHT
E. A. SMYTHE .' County Judge. BUXITELL* FLORIDA CLEANERS f 146 S. Atlantic Ormond
Clerk of said Circuit Court First publication: Aug. 3rd. 1961.
Aug. 17-24-31 & Sept. 7-4tc Aug. 3-10-17-4--ttc BUNNELL CLEANERS
MRS. M. B.. FULLER, Editor
,L .1 I WE GIVE TV STAMPS Shrimp-Steak-Chops-Chicken

Detmate4 OflUlalf PabUeaU.n OJtea Dally S t. ePk Sandwiches and Shakes "

'CRAIG FUNERAL HOME .r PnbUe Ifattrea .fCoaaty. II'IaaIer .ne ID 7-3188 Sandwiches cud Pies

.. Maalelpalitlea therein 115 N. ,Bay St. ,Bunnell Ocean Spray Restaurant I
A. XL CRAIG. Funerot Director aa4 the State .f FIri"
AlA 1 Mile South of Pier

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OXYGEN -Upholstery it
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'. CONDITIONEDCHAPEL I ATTENDANTEQUIPPID I Baaaell 11"I."'", vaaer act .! Flakier County. Corner Drug Store JOE WELLBORN 'I t
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State Chamber I II "In total land area, Florida's sons in Liberty. Fifteen counties ot persons 65 years or older. 989. persons of other. races."
54,252 square miles rank the stand above 100 persons per Nationally oldsters make up 91 I '
Lists Many Facts i iI state. second east of the MlsSf-1 square mile. per cent of total population.'1; c' I It"
I I ssippi River and 26th in i 'Today 74 per cent of< the. Among the 53 Florida cities with I
About I[tion. Inland water makes up an state's population lives in cities, populations of 10,000 or more,I
I FloridaI additional 4,308 square miles of compared with 66 per cent in 22 have dropped 'in median age
I I Florida's area with only two 1950. Only two other states had since 1950. Ru ps i .
In measuring Florida against|:states (Texas and Alaska)' hay as great a growth in urban pop- "Women.outnumber. m n.in. :
the other '49 states, geographic :ing ,more. ulation. Although Florida's ru- Florida but in rural areas, the
r' ally and population wise records -L "Population density in Florida ral population gained 35 per reverse is true. Families average
' were both won and lost by r.soared as a result of its position: cent and urban population grew 3.11 persons, slightly lower than
I the state during the past two as the fastest growing state in three times faster, 45 of the the national average.
years, the Florida State Chamber I I the nation during the past ten state's countieS 'now have a "The. Negro population of the Prompt Service
of Commerce states. rural than urban I
years. There are 91 :Floridiansper greater population state. (numbering 880,186) is '"
"For example, Florida's 8,426 square mile living in the I because of heavy concen- 'gaining in numbers but drop PLACE YOUR ORDER WITH US
;I mile coastline was second to I I in the other 22 .I
state now compared with 51 na trations counties. ping in per cent of total. The
.. .none until the .admission of tionally. The state ranks 18th I "The median age pf Floridians proportion stands at 17.9 per The Flagler Tribune
Alaska in 1959 with a shoreline in this respect now and was :at I is 31.2 years, only a fraction]cent now_and was 21J per cent
I four times as long. That same I I Florida. "above the 1950 Phone IDJewood 7-3282
J 28th spot in 1950. counties | figure. The national in 1950. Only one other state
year, Hawaii topped Florida as range from 1,419 persons per I average is 295. The state I I had a higher drop. There are BunnelL Florida

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Beach. I The program was under the Z 890
direction of Mrs. Ray Lehr, the for
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place of Shakespeare. After Treadwell, and the hostesses I Starkist
spending this summer in Europe, were Mrs. Jasper ,White and i
they will return to Princeton, N. Miss Dorothy Homans. It was, Center Cut Western TUNA
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ville where he was made an family' from Tucker, Ga., are box

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graduate and plans to con- Mr. and Mrs. Charlie Ward BACON Ib. "5S
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starts at 11 A. M., each Sun and Mrs. Earl Babbitt
day morning. from Augusta, Ga., have been $ : SCOTTTOWELS
spending a week's vacation here. Peaches 5 for $100
Mr. and Mrs. Clarence Shultz They have with them their
returned to their home here on daughter Martiel, son Larry and .t
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Communist feelings frequentlyled portant that we in this countrybe II I '
I his talks to become heated willing to work at least as Trade in your (OmmUnifY\
and intense, with the use of excessively hard to protect the things that
I strong language. They we have as the Communists are I
t I did not question his sincerity of working to take them away
purpose, but they thought he from us.Sarah. I i? -Tj I
was a little imprudent in the I
\ I language he chose. Frankly, I
don't know how you can be all- I I I
out against Communism in polite I II
language. McElfreshTEACHER I

What disturbs me about all
this is that some of our peoplein OF PIANO I S.tLk'I1L':
high positions still seem to '
'f J'f think ,that we can deal with Eight Years of Teaching i-t'\I
A.s. (Syd) Herlong Communists, or that we must. I
Congressman. Fifth District still. try to handle them with ExperienceFor
.. kid gloves. I II -I -'- 4'4'iaae
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Communists and their fellow- II
Information Call
The film "Operation Abolition" I
travelers have for years directed I -
was put together from '
their attackson HE 9-2207
most vituperative I
films made at the scene of the I II t1ttitJJiii'
anti.communist' public figures I II _. __ \
meeting in San Francisco. The I S4wGk :' aww .rnv r i
and organizations. Theyare
even trying to use smear ,picture was authentic. There has "Now, as I see it, your gains he found in other communities -
I been some complaint that the trouble when actually were a little
tactics against J. Edgar Hoover, began you
the director of the FBI, and a- I sequence is faulty. Perhaps Gen- started going out of town for cheaper but the time and
:eral Walker was a little bit too those he spent getting there I is
, gainst the House Committee on 1 'bargains. money
Un-American Activities. i unti-Communist for his superi Our friend on the couch cost more than the saving.has .
I I ors. I just don't know how you R pal good reason to feel stu- Jack also discovered that
In this effort they enlist the can be too hard on Communism. pid. In an effort to save some of his "bargains" were '
I, support of people who are, of ETA money he had been doing not of very good quality.
taxi driver
Recently a volunteered
course, not Communists, but who his shopping out of town. He Are you making the same '
are misled by their tactics. to me that -we couldn'tpossibly stopped to think one day, mistake? Or do you realize
They concentrate their fire.on I, defeat Russia-we were and realized that in the long that the friendly and reliablerun .
those who have publicly denounced -I too divided in this country-so he was losing money, not service of local merchants l
Communists and Com I the thing for us to do was to Prompt Service saving it. Some of the"'bar- can't be beat?
I go ahead and join them. He
munism in this country-often
j with telling effect. I I '
<< isolated instance. AND FOR COMMUNITY PROGRESS.

This Communist policy was I I There is entirely too much The Flagler Tribune -
I'I' openly voiced ,at a meeting in sentiment in the free world along This Community Ad Sponsored By
" j I Moscow of 81 of the world's 871 I ,the line of "better Red than I Phone IDlewood 7-3282
i Communist parties on December I I dead." I think it is awfully im- II'I BunnelL Florida The Flagler Tribune
) 5, 1960. In the report they issued I
I said J t
they : ,
, J "In our time conditions are I
particularly favorable for vigor- I -

, ously and winning exposing the anti-Communism broadest sec- I .)]:. ;T '
tions of the working masses for Motor Company 1

Communist ideas. It is indis- ,
pensable to wage a resolute

struggle-that against poison weapon antiCommunism which' : '
the' bourgeoisie use to fence off I It.

J themasses from Socialism." : $ T : _
Now, two recent instances of
Defense Department treatmentof :!-. "

service cause--anti.for personnel Communist considerable have activity given concern.me by .' ; ":j'< COMPACT CAR TIRE SALE .. i

I i The first instance involves indoctrination
, of armed services
personnel and civilians by armed -
services officers and enlisted : "
r\ men who are especially trained : FIRESTONE NYLON TUBELESS6.00x13 -
to evaluate and speak on the _
i Communist Conspiracy.For .
some time the film "Op.

:,: eration Abolition" which was ;y"f
,' produced on Un-American for the House Activities Committee Blackwall Fed. Tax Inc. :

: 'I' based on the Communist-inspired '

J .riots: that occurred:, in San '" .
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Francisco at a meeting of the ;<' $1445

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;f I tivities, had been made a part ; '..' : t "- t ,
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indoctrination program. It had "- '"

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throughout the country and at- -
tended by prominent _citizens as -. .
. well as service personnel. It is -.t- "<.-. -... .;" ,'.' .:.-.-,.".... itd: ,, $1695 ". ,,' ,'. -" .; -
I not used now. Why? Simply ": V{ ,., -: : : .? -4 '; _.: ._ ,:. : <: ,: ; .

1", because the ,powers at the Pentagon ;
\ had ruled it out for such .
a meeting. They have made it
l' clear that they now frown on '
6.50x13 Whitewall Fed. Tax Inc.
the film, although copies are .
available on an -"on call" basis, .
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whatever that is. The practical .
I effect of this, of course, is that t' ', "
the film isn't being used any : .
more because, no officer is go- : : : : -' '
: ing to jeopardize his career by { ; / '
I offending the Pentagon.The ; ..:.
second instance is the -
treatment given'Major Edwin A. : : :' \
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SPECIAL AUG. 18.- 25
I I command and officially admonished .
by the Army for making _
:,1 i a speech to a group: in Europe
t giving his views on Communismand Free Lubrication with Oil :

American its infiltration way of life.into the :: Change: .

A notoriously pink civilian { .
newspaper called "Overseas '' ,
Weekly" carried a story about '
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Army Investigation of this story : : ,:
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/ and a single leaf attached is all high. I

(By Hervey Sharpe) I that's needed Crotons, bougain- In building the pile, leave the Ij'1 Bradley University
villeas, hibiscus and thundergia top flat or with a., slight depression -
) If the summer heat drives you grand ora", can be started by to catch the rain. Moisture I. 1 1 o,,.+.trrl; +e [..r, 'wwl-.P.MYY4NN. .
to the shade, take advantage of I bud cuttings. aids in decompositions.Begin i I.I I

this physical respite by plan- Only a leaf is needed to root the compost with a 12j j t,I : i; ,'
ning future gardening chores. I inch layer of leaves, grass orj j II I
Most gardeners do their best- II
I other material.; Wet this thoroughly j
planning while reclining in a If watering becomes too big and pack. To save your

hammock. If your conscience 1" a chore, then add a set of fine energy, let the small fry of the II I I
forces you to think, then consider mist spray nozzles above the neighborhood make a game of I)i t

the.topic of plant propaga- i propagating bed., ,For details on flattening the pile.
tion. It'll give you many rest- installing the spray nozzles ask Next, spread a layer of .manure !I

J ful hours. I your county agent for Circular or green leguminous plant j!I I F

To justify long-thought ses- 127A, Mist 'Propagation. material. Top this with one I I I
sions, construct a simple groundbed 100 j _
Should any of your propagation quart superphosphate per i
underneath the tree near plans materialize, you'll square feet of compost. !

the hammock. :Make the bed by. need a quantity of compost Compost material will begin I
laying curbing to hold the root- I when the new plants are addedto to go through heat in two or

ing medium and to support the the garden.. To have a supply three days.If I
bed cover. J on hand when it is needed, begin showers are not spaced ]

Leafy cutting are best ,suited I a compost pile now. right, supply: the pile of future !i I
for this down-to-earth-bed. plant food with water and do <1
j Here's some tips on compost-
With a little more effort, you i I ing provided by University of not allow the material to dry )! Bradley University is located in Peoria. Illinois a city of nearly
can construct a raised propagating Florida out. i=I 250,000 population mid-way between Chicago and St. Louis. The
I Agricultural Experiment
case. This will take the Station workers. that After three or four weeks, fork '1, campus occupies some fifteen square blocks overlooking the city
stoop out of rooting plants and say over the pile, mixing the dry top and the Illinois River valley.
I you can compost almost any moist Bradley University was founded in 1897 as the result of the gener-
material with the bottom I I
elevate the from back-
job a plant material, including leaves,
osity of Mrs. Lydia Moss Bradley, a woman of wealth and vision who
breaking task to a near loafing grass, weeds, garden refuse and material.' This will insure uniformly I called upon several of America's most distinguished educations as
I In !
.hobby. kitchen waste. decomposed compost. : advisors in planning the schooL
Construct the case at least Make the compost pile a con- another three or four weeks of j At first, Bradley was a four- Hewitt Gymnasium which was
eight inches deep. Fill with five I venient size-about 10 feet warm weather the compost will I year academy offering an addi- erected in 1910. These three struc-
inches of rooting medium, leav- be ready for use. tional two years of college work. tures are Gothic architecture. For
In 1920 the four-year college program the most part the balance; of the
ing headroom for leafy tips 'of I I was started and the academy campus buildings are of modern,
the cuttings to grafts. I discontinued. In 1946 Brad- buff-hued brick design welllighted -
,, Rooting media are plentiful. I MAJORETTE SCHOOL ley was accredited as a university spacious and, in several cases,
Sand is the most common. Other granting the master's degree. air-conditioned.

materials include vermiculite, I 3rd, 4th, 5th, and 6th Grades I Today, Bradley includes seven Bradley's charter contains the
; peat moss, peanut hulls, peacan colleges: The College of Liberal following provision: "In any man-
Arts and Sciences the Bennett ner whatever connected with the
hulls and sawdust. I i GIRLS MAY REGISTER I College of Industrial Education, institution, there shall be no distinction -
For the plant rooting project
the College of Business Administration made or preference givenon
select softwood tips three or four SATURDAY AUGUST 26th 10 A. M. to 12 NOON I; the College of Engineering acount of sect creed, nation-
( inches long. Trim the cuttings, I I the College of Education, ality, politics, or party; but witha
leaving the upper two or three I Peoria College (for pre-profes- view to its greater usefulness
leaves intact. I FLAGLER BEACH RECREATION & sional and two-year terminal stu- this (University) shall be and
Next insert the cuttings into i ff dents), and the Evening College. ever remain nonsectarian non-
I The University also includes the political, and nonpartisan. How-
the rooting medium. After flooding CENTER
I Graduate School the School of ever, recognizing that intelligent
in, cover the case with glass, !
I people should have definite opinions
TEN YEARS 'EXPERIENCE TEACHING Art the School of Music, the In-
cheesecloth or clear plastic.Keep on basic issues such as
stitute of International Studies
the cuttings damp with =i religion and poll tics, Bradley Uni-
MARCHING, TWIRLING AND ROUTINES the School of Speech Therapy,
daily mist-like the versity encourages her students
sprays on ,
and the Summer Session.
and alumni to assume active
leaves.To For Information Call HE 9-2207
I Buildings on the campus include membership in organizationswhich
vary the project try' leaf- I CLASSES WILL BE EVERY SATURDAY I two original structures, Bradley are consistent with their
bud cuttings. one-inch shield I Hall and Westlake Hall, plus the individual beliefs.
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Thursday, August, 17, 1961, THE FLAGLEH'J'HmUNE.: BUNNELL. FLORIDA

1 Miss-Gloria- Martucci has reel J Mrs. D. M. Hughes of Homer- t '].I'. .and Mrs. Jimmy Hargett' ',

turned to resume her duties asa |ville, Georgia, was the houseguest j and children, Sherry, Nancy, and .
: language Instructor at the of Mr. and Mrs. M: B. Fuller -I Tommy, have returned from a.
Bunnell High School. She spenta I Friday thru Wednesday. vacation spent in Tennessee.
short time in New York City iI I They also visited in Lexington

\ LOCALSMiss with her family before entering I Mr. and Mrs. Alfred Tucker(Ky., with Jimmy's Father

'. summer school at the University and children, Robbie, Elbert, and I
t of Florida. The past weekendshe I I Dot have returned( from a week Mr. and Mrs. Charles Worleyand
acompanied group.of summer I in Walple, New Hampshire.I children, Bobby, Jeep, and
cloth and centered with an arrangement i school students, on a cruise! While there they were the guests Gordon are visiting and vaca-
I Galloway: I of pink sweetheart to Nassau. of Mrs. Tuckers sister and brother I tioning in Black Mountain North.

Mr. (Gunter roses and a miniature bride in law, Mr. and Mrs. A. F.,Carolina.
To Wed I and groom. Dainty finger food t iChickery.! They also visited II
:Mrs. G. E. Allen Sr., and Mrs. Mrs. J. B. High was in Bruns-
was served with cake and punchto I points',of interest in all the New
The announcement has, been the thirty' guests who were Edith Allen, have returned to I I England states. They made the wick, Ga., Thursday and Fridayof.
their home after a visit in Al- last week with
and visiting
made of the .engagement present. I :.trip by air
\ approaching marriage of Cath- bany, Georgia with Mr and Mrs. friends. .
The. gift table was decoratedin I
of Mrs. .
leen Galloway white and topped with a!
, Clenna Galloway and the late :Mrs. Myrtle Taylor and son, Mr. and Mrs. Walter Morris
: George Galloway of Wapakoneta, white umbrella with pink I JUNIOR WOMANS CLUB John, of Jacksonville were recent and JoAnn Morris were in-Orlando -
Ohio, to Roger ,M. Gunter, son streamers. Games were features MEMBERS ENJOY I guests of her mother, Mrs. Saturday visiting with,
of entertainment and prizes were
of Mr. and Mrs.; MatheW Gunter I POOL PARTY f I Joseph.Harding. the Jack Ellis family.
awarded to Mrs. Fitzhugh Mal I I
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of Palatka. phurs and Levi Brannam. The Junior Womans Club
, The bride elect is a member Thirty guests' enjoyed the evening I members'with their families enjoyed I Mr. ' of the 1959 graduating class of St.I with the honoree and I a_ pool party and hamburger I and children, Suzette, Vicky, and returned during the weekend
!from a visit with his son in law
School of
Joseph High Wapa- 1 Hutch,
, ,hostesses. fry at the W. H. Atkinson j are vacationing in'Tenn.,
koneta, and is residing in Bun I,Home Sunday afternoon. ,and the Carolinas. r I (Continued from Page 10)
i nell where is she is, employedat tI \ '
Those enjoying the affair wereH. |rI
the Flagler Clinic and Hospital MRS. HOLLAND I V. and Joanne Peavy, Harry'and !
Inc. HONORED WITHA I Carol Jean Atkinson, Nita I I II
Mr. Gunter served ,four yearsin LINEN SHOWER and Sam Haywood, Tom and I
the paratroopers and SkY' !!Peggy Haynes, Gayle and Frances I
Divers of the U. S. Army. He, Mrs. Zack Holland Jr., was I Mercer, Tom and Lorna Gal- J
is now employed with the Hud honored with a linen shower I loway, Dr. Allen and Laura j I II

'son 'Pulp and Paper Companyof Wednesday morning at the i I Reynolds, and Kathy Knight. II j
Palatka. :Methodist Church Dining room. At a recent meeting of the! ,
A fall wedding is being plan- I I I
Members of the Womans Society I Club two new members were
ned by the couple. ;of Christian Service were host 1 I voted in. They were Kathy j II
J :esses., i iI I Knight and Tess Massie. They I That ''Beginning' September 7 We Will Be

I BRIDEELECTHONORED I The refreshment table was I I also voted to hold a bake sale at'I
I AT overlaid with a white cloth and: the Bunnell Post Office at nine Closed All Day on Thursday.

A SHOWER seasonal flowers were used a- II o'clock Saturday and also a I, .
I round the punch bowl which I II ,
candy sale at the Flagler Beach I
Miss Doris Malphurs, whose centered the table. .. I Post Office.FRIENDLY I i
marriage to Mr. Eugene Hersey Forty-five ladies.of the church i Other Banking Hours Will Remain The
,will be an event of the near and a few invited friends en-t CIRCLE 1 1t

future, was honored with a joyed the morning with Mrs. TO MEET TONIGHT j jI Same.
shower Thursday evening of last Holland. t I
week. The party was given bya The Friendly Circle of the I .
group of close friends and was Methodist Church will meet at
held, at the Bunnell Community I Mr. and Mrs. C. H. Gordon and I the Church tonight for their I Citizens Bank of Bunnell
Center.A family have moved from Orange program and social meeting. I
pink and white color scheme j Street to the Florida Park Serv-I Mrs.,Bob Cook and Mrs. Walter:

was used in the refreshments rice headquarters on Highway 1.t Morris will be hostesses,and.Mrs.I Bunnell, FloridaBRANIMIM(
\ and favors. The refreshment Gordon is now employedwith Allen Reynolds will be in charge
table was overlaid with a white the Forestry Service. ''of the program. ,



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14 to 16 lb Yearling Govt. Grade "A" II

Whole 290HALF I

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OR QUARTERS Ib 3Se Reg. or YellowPUNCH

I TUNA, Size310 'for I MAYONNAISEQuart
3 $100
Armour Star 12 oz. package '

FRANKS 390 Red & White No. 2% Stokely 490 .

303FRUIT' Limit 1 with $5.00 order-
... PEACHES 290
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BOLOGNA 3bl00 Red & White Cracker Barrel Mild
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Limit 1 with $5.00 order CORN 2 for 390

Delsey Sunshine 303 COLLARD I
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LEMONADE 10 for$l 2 for Camp No. 21/2 Green Giant 303fO

Birds Eye ", ., I Gulf PintSPRAY PORK & BEANS PEAS Z for 3ge .


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Dixie CrystalSUGAR

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-;EIGHT. ;- -- I.THE FLAGLER TRIBUNE, BUNNELL, FLORIDA ,Thursday, August-17.. 1961 f
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/ See Florida This Summer I may .be seen.' j jI j I is located in a dense jungle set. NOTICE .1
r) I I To the east the metropolis of ing. [ TO ALL, PROPERTY OWNERS:'

Dream Grew;(Info Mis Tampa sprawls over the coun- I I Twelve miles west of Brooks- i Board You of are hereby Commissioners notified that the
I Boy's Ringing! [ D5Lm I tryside. Its Ybor City with its yule underwater acrobatic and Flagler County County Florida, will meet of ,
handmade cigars and Spanish I I with the County Assessor of Taxes
ballet shows
are performed at at the County Commissioner's room
restaurants lends a Latin atmos- famed Weeki In the Court House Bunnell Florida -
[ I Wachee Springs.The on Monday. September 4th.
phere' to the '"
ff city.Tampa's crystal clear water invites 1961. at the hour of ten o'clock

'fff (i Fairlyand, a storybook I swimmers to a refreshing dip A.complaints M. for the and, purpose receiving of testimony hearing ,

I park for children, with its I I while jungle cruises carry other'I as real to or the personal value of as any fixed property.by the.

lifelike portrayal of 20 fairytales 1 i visitors through the fascinating County Assessor 'of Taxes and for I
the purpose of perfecting, reviewing -
and fables offers* the tropicaf wonderland. and equalizing the assessments
youngsters a never-to-be4orgot: I the value of which shall have been
..Y fixed by the County Assessor of
f ten experience of wandering in SMALLEST ATOM Taxes, or changed by him.
a land where Mother Goose and I DATED at Bunnell. Florida, this
day August. A. D. 1961.
M f}< her enchanting characters come The smallest atoms that have (Official Seal)
to life. measured are less than
: Two universites 'are located in four billionths of an in civ;across. FLORIDA ;
HS Tampa. The University of Tam- ChairmanE. .

:. ::1 : .q : pa with its :Moorish architecture NORTH OHMOND DISTRICT IJRAIXAGENOTICE' ATTEST. A. miYTHE.: Clerk.

resembles an old Spanish castle OK LAND OWNERS ,August 17-24-2tc ,

l while 'the brand new Universityof I Notice is MEETING IX THE CIRCUIT COURT IN AND'
hereby given that a FOR KL.AGL.KR COUNTY FLOR
_. South Florida with its ultra- meeting of the Owners of Land sit- IDA IX CHANCERY NO. 4318
yLi uated in the North Ormond Drain-
modern design provides an interesting age District in Volusia and Flagler SARAH HALL BROWN.
: contrast. Counties is hereby called_ to be held Plaintiff;
at the office of the District at 420 vs.
To the north of Tampa, Tar- I Seabreeze Boulevard, D a y ton a WILLIE JAMES BROWN.Defendant.
Beach Florida same being in the .
{pon Springs rests peacefully County of Volusia on Thursday August Ii THE NAME OF TH; STATE.OJ .-
31, 1961 at 2 o'clock P. M. <' FLORIDA
along the. coast. Home port of for the purpose of electing Super- TO WILLIE JAMES BROW
i the Greek sponge fleet and its visors and for any other business whose last .known addresswas
I that may come before the meeting. c/o A. Toby. UI1.,
old-world boats. Tarpon Springs At such election, each and every Rushville. New York
acre of land 'in the District shall You are hereby required to file and
serves as a mecca for artists and represent one share and each owner serve' your answer to the Bill of
camera fans from all of : shall be entitled to one vote in Complaint tiled herein"against you
:parts person or by proxy in writing duly in the above entitled, cause on or
4, Florida. and the nation. I signed for each acre of land owned before the 18tH day of September.
by him in such District. Guardiansmay A. D. 1961 upon H. T. Cook. Esquire '
Above Tarpon Springs thecountryside represent their Wards. Executors plaintiff's attorney, herein
m and Administrators may repre- whose address 1s Citizens Bank
flourishes with I sent the Estate of deceased persons Building Bunnell Florida. "The
&aY. springs. Rainbow Springs north, and Private Corporations may be Flagler Tribune" is hereby deslg-
i I II I represented by their officers or duly noted as the newspaper in which
of Dunnellon, one of the largestin atuhorized Agents. this order shall be published oncea
This life-sized statue is one of hundreds of works of art found at the I Florida, derives its It is ordered that this Notice be week for four consecutive weeks.
name published once a week for two consecutive HEREIN FAIL NOT OR A DE
Ringling Museum of Art in Sarasota. The Museum houses the largest I from the prismatic effects of weeks in' the Daytona CREE PRO CONFESSO WILL BE

I collection of Rubens' paintings in this country, in add-tion to. master ( minerals on the bottom. At lished Beach Observer in Volusia, a'newspaper County Florida pub- SUCH ENTERED FAILURE.AGAINST YOU FOR.

'pieces by Rembrandt, Raphael, Titian, El Greco, Van Dyck, and others. Homosassa and the Flagler Tribune a news- The nature of this suit is a bill
Springs near Crystal ,
paper published in Flagler County for divorce.
River "Nature's Giant Fish Bowl"has { Florida. Date of first publication Witness my hand and seal at
August 10, 1961, .. Bunnell. Flagler County Florida
Ringling MuseumIs scaped with exotic trees and the unique feature of being By order of this 15th day of August. A. D. 1961.
the natural- habitat of both Guv Day. Secretary Clerk Circuit Court
A World of Art Ringling's museum is another fresh and salt water fish and Aug. M-11-2'4-3tc/> I Flagler County. Florida i
reason Floridian's are being Aug. 17-24-31 & Sept. 7-4tcI -

During the late 1800's in a urged by tne Governor's Tourism ..

small Iowa town a young boy Committee and-the Florida P -

was dreaming big dreams. I!j Development Commission to see

Although stirred by an over- their own .state this summer.

whelming desire to see the To the south of Sarasota .'
world's most famous paintingsand stands the residence: of'another 'I .x :<.

'its masterpieces qf* sculp'- famous American-Thomas A. ; .,... '
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ture, family finances denied the Edison who made his winter I r:4ce: .. ... .. ... .. ':..". {
child: any such opportunity. I home at Fort Myers. The bo-

Frustrated and unhappy, hevowed" tanical gardens filled with colorful -I I

: that someday he would! plants ,from all over the I ,

own "the 'greatest collection in world, his laboratories and his

the world." He "would fix .it\so I home have been preserved hereas II

that any child could come and a shrine'' to his memory.A .

see it if he wanted to." I few miles away, lovely San- S :

The child was John Ringlirig I ibel Island lures. many visitors I

and his dream turned out to be i i to a restful day on its white

more than a childhood .excursion 1 I: sandy beach. Frequent ferry

into the land of imagination. >I service to the island is provided

Today the Ringling Museum: 'of 1]i from Punta Gorda. Sanibel Is-

.Art at Sarasota, one of 'the finest, .i I land and the adjacent Captlva

.. in the world,. stands as a living ';l Island, ,connected by a bridge,'I

tribute to Ringling's indomitable }r are famous as one of the best

ambition. I'sheh-collecting areas in the

Housed in 'the imposing pink 'I world. .l d : '

marble museum, 700 original Farther north along Florida's .' >K:<. .... "'. ,
paintings by such masters as charming western coast, Braden- '
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Rubens, Rembrandt, Raphael, ton rests'' beside the beautiful \

Titian, Van Dyck, Valesquez I Manatee River. Two bridges 'connect ",;<
Bartolomeo ''and El Greco high- the city with the white

light the museum. The Rubens' I sandy beaches- of Anna Maria "

collection is the largest in the Island. Four miles north, the i

U.S. r DeSoto National; Memorial marks I have been trained for the most wonderfuljob : '

I J Hundreds of antIque'.columns, I the probable first landing spot l O
!It I II' arches, doorways and statues [of Hernando DeSoto in 1539. ,.: ,.' .

imported from Italy and France Farther: north, the breath- in the world .f .f helping people !, t'i: : } .: \

decorate the beautiful Italian taking' Sunshine .Skyway
Renaissance building surround- stretches 'across Tapa Bay saying T.
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ing a formal garden court. Atop the motorist a 40-mile trip J.. .....<..,"fp'#..,,:,.''y .<'
the building, 72 life-sized stat- around the huge '''bay. Rising as A. I-1

ues dominate the landscape. high as i5 storied: above the Water .; ... ..,
Nearby, the exquisite residence the skyway offers a pano- { I.:

of 'John and Mable Ring- ramic view of the entire area. .. ,... to...J... .R' I

ling, now open to the public, On the northern side of the .

abounds with priceless opulent iJT-mile skyway St. Petersburglures .E ,

furnishings.! Styled along VenetianGothic the visitor to other exciting '...;: .... ..',-."',=..A';(. ,. -
} #k. : lines, the mam attractions. Notthe least of : >:;>. r,n: '* .. .1... ." ... :; '" .. "' P" .
moth structure where the circus these is beautiful Sunken Gardens 0' "

., king once lived is surrounded where tropical blooms, ex- > ,:< .

i by an extensive estate land- otic birds and natural lagoons $ :' ';' ,>
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The Florida Railroad and Public Utilities Commission has set the .:. ., ,.. ; ; S" .. / ,
.v.. ' above matter_for. public hearing commencing- 9:30 a. m. on Tues '" ; ;' :".
day, September 12. 1961. at the Mayflower Hotel.'Jacksonville Florida F'>, + },.: : .'/.i<..;: 1':'":. ;f :. > [' .
for the purpose of receiving the testimony\ and exhibits of Southern ( "<'t'f '0 n.t.'c ;': C : -t': "
Bell Telephoneand Telegraph Company In support of its petition ; Y' :! r ;f; /
for authority to regroup its schedule of exchange rates and charges .S' I :'
within the State of Florida. A second public hearing will be held Now all
at the same place commencing At 9:30 a. m. Tuesday. October. X. .
1961. for the purpose of "cross-examination of telephone, company .witnesses '> .'.' h.- :p. 7 ..., .:. <.."- 6 Southern Bell Telephone_ ', .is... ......,,
and receiving the testimony and exhibits of Commission staff: Y '/' v t"" ..
members and other interested parties desiring no testify. At this ; L" .iJto/: in Florida IOOS DiaL -:_ ;-<; ; ;
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second hearing the telephone company may complete its case or ;
request a further hearing if same Is indicated. : : .4. ,
.The present Ami proposed rates for each:Individual exchange : : :

area In Flagler Residence County are: .* "I3usingss* .* ,' ,= ::, .. .' :: : k ,

4'- Exchange. 1, 2 ? 4 Rur. 1 2' 4 Rur.Bunnell .

y! Present' $1.35 2.75 J1.60- $2.25 $5.75 $5.00 ,$4.25: $3.35 : ;
J f Proposed 3.50 ?.&$ 1.85. 2.40 6.-50 5.60't.15 3.85 :
'Flacler Beech t. ;
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.. t Prevent? <* 3.60 3.00 1.852.511. ..6.50 5.50ti'C4.'lS. 3,6 I fu" (;: -5 "sout.h r.n B I ; ;
-' ; lroiwsed '> 3.50 2.85 1.85 2.40 .,-C.50' X. 5>50"%.TS. ?*3.5 wJ. -5- W' .rf """ ."... 'F r \
.'. Published --'pursuant to Order No., '3204. ; ;$r' 'j .;;" I
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Gardening' In Florida :::+ 5 .
plant troubles. Brown tips or, *
One extra gallon of your choice .
burned margins to leaves mean .
(,By Hervey Sharpe) II : with each gallop you buy \
too much fertilizer, you've let ) -
Foliage plants are like peo- the plant roots ,dry out or you've \II 1 Mary- C8.rter- int Store.
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.;. pIe-they, too, need a bath. let the plant become wind- ; Also We.tK te Whooping Outer
Plants won't tolerate Na dally burned. 1 I yt

I scrub-down;" but take on a Yellowing and dropping of I t i IM RCA VICTOR
healthy luster with an occasion leaves indicates soil or gas : e r y

al leaf washing. Dirty foliage is fumes, over .wat ring, poor i :.; i7vy3Y K.yY: LIVING COLOR .TV.
unattractive especially in an drainage t>r poor soil aeration. 3i.q THE 'VIN QO\V"
otherwise spotless Florida room. Small leaves suggest tight or Southern Radio & Television
1 1 If the leaves are heavy ,with heavy soil mixture, lack of fertilizer 226 E. Granada OHMOND-Ph. OR 7-2001'

, v grime, use soapy water, a soft or not enough moisture. .
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too hard will cause injury. Weak growth or light green s ORMOND PRESCRIPTION
Slightly dusty foliage will color on otherwise healthy foliage : < PHARMACY
perhaps,, indicates too much : 1 ,. Sick Room SuppUes-Sundrles
sparkle if polished with a: flannel -
cloth. Plant polishes ,are light, lack of fertilizer, rootrotor I HOSPITAL SUPPLIES
available at the garden supply poor root systems. Yellowing, + t'a 24Hour Prescription Service
them wilting or soft growth means too Free Delivery in Flagler Beach
But before ,
store. you use Rt. AlA 1 mi. North of
." be sure to read the directions. much. heat or: root injury. ORMONP BEACH-Tel. OR '7-1661 -

The proper watering of plants Small leaves and long internodes .
is more important than giving are signs that the plantsare PAL PARKER'S. INC.
f, them a bath. Too big. a drinkor growing with too little lightor Automotive Specialty Center
7 none at all spells disaster. the temperature is too' high BRAKE RELINED SirUtt
f-'J In general, most house plants require for the plant.If I NECKS kN ,LINE Newsstand operated by Mrs Anna-Lisa PORD-CIIEVROLET-PLYMONTII PARTS AND LABOR
a thorough soaking oncea Scharp at Stockholm, Sweden, caters'to swans, but not as regular OTHERS! $1O.O5
week. you are just starting a I. customers. Mrs. Scharp supplements their meager winter diet 540 Mason Ave. Daytona

k Don't use cold water, as it houseplant project, here're some I with,handouts.

: shocks the plant. small dash suggestions on containers. I __. ..:... .- ---
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? plant miserable. Often the soil since wood prevents rapid drying i
Y. in the bottom of the container out of the soil. Jardiniers I : '
'.' becomes 'dry, causing the plant usually lack drainage holes, A'; IL4 .
K! 'to wilt or, die. Keeping the plant which'may cause a watering
t. soggy with water will kill, them. problem. Clay pots are fine. and
r'." Most foliage plants grow Wells can be painted, to blend with
at temperatures between 60 and the colors. in the patio.

., 70 degrees. Therefore, in summer Brass and copper are ideal for
protect the plants from being table and mantle arrangements:
broiled .Alive by sun rays. But as these containers are
.In winter, don't roast the plant, usually small, pay careful attention
roots by placing'the 'containeron to water and fertilizer.
a radiator. 'Soil is very important for t I
S-\ : Plants are also like people in house plants. Since they 'must j
that they like their food servedat
I survive on a, very small amount,
regular intervals. The best give, them the best soil mixture
: suggestion. on feeding plants is available There is jio best mix-
to follow the directions on the ture. However, a long.time'gave .
,"-t. container.: Use a complete'fer- orite for many homeowners is
t': tilizer ,in tablet or powder form admixture of two parts peat and
r-- \ If there 'are' no directions on one part garden loam soil
the container, mix one teaspoon If you are hunting for plants
..', ; of a complete garden fertilizer that take little care and will.
in one_ quart of water. Apply I withstand much abuse consider:
; this strength solution every two such plants as Bromeliads, Dracaena '
to four weeks. I Monstera Peperomia or ]
University of Florida research- Sansevieria. These plants don'tseem .
I to mind, low light Intens. Its the savingesttimeoffheyearontrucks -

: r ity or warm dry rooms. ,
I CommunityMemorial I Plants that will grow in full

sunlight include Codiaeum, Dracaena ,the with the
I workingest
; I Fiscus, Philodendron sel- .. waysSAVE
: : Inter-deu mlnatlonal loum and Sansevieria. Plants

.::':; AIR CONDITIONED {that will tolerate dry soils are.
Daytona Ave. I Bromeliads Pandanus, Pepero You just can't beat August buys for saving. It's the time of year when

J .\ FLAGLER BEACH I II mia, Sansevieria and Scindap- Chevrolet dealers traditionally pull all the stops. You'll find sweeter-than-ever ,
I I IJ. sus.For savings waiting for you on every '61 Chevy truck-from the nimble Corvair 95's
Sunday .School 10:00 A.M.
: church Service 11:00 ,A.M. I plants a contact complete your list of" county house right up to the mighty mediumand, heavy-duty jobs. Come in and save a bundle! .

I J. I R. W. DICKERT.. Pastor I agent. Ask for Farmers Bulletin .' ,
EVERYONE WELCOME f I No. 1872, House Plants. SAVE! You just can't beat Chevy-trucks for working. With Chevy's easier riding
Front loads ride easier drivers fresher ',-
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:' lasts longer. You get, more work, more hauls, for your,truck dollars! '
Go Protected .
It A new service that we are proud to offer: at' I SAVE! And for the frosting on the cake-you just can'* beat Chevy trucks at trade-in.: ', .f
'remarkably low rates. Whether you plan to ; '', time, either. Latest official industry'reports prove that. Chevrolet trucks lead in-

.: be vacationing 3 days or 6 months See us trade-in value, week after week, over every major competitor in Chevy's price range.*' .L ,

..t ,about your trip-surance. < ,." :, *Based on official, figures from. Automotive Market Report. ;

r 1,,. Bunnell Florida Citizens Bank Building ID 7-3361 :::<:< .. ..' '1 IH1'i' CHEVROLET TRUCKS '. '



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Salt ofGulfport.. I .. DIAMONDS USE

:/T "IMEMBER" I sr a IN MEMORY I', Diamond is the hardest na
j tural material known !
J Ji I Loving' memory of Clara W to man.

< ,i (Continued from Page 7) Rice' who passed- away August I Bits. of the glittering mineral

J srAwtnwuL and and' Mrs..William 16, 1960. cut steel, saw stone shape .
daughter, Mr. I ,
The White Family
1ktIiJ., fIwM, .
r Marshall of Onancock, I bowling balls, polish dental fillings
and play much: of the
Kansas -Virginia. I
From Nina
, M. Mosby,
It's a little late to be a gooddriver :i I world's music. Without diam
City North, Mo,: /L few years ago
:" a cow in Oklahoma,named Grady, Ii I after'the wreck onds, many machine-age mass-
Recent at the home of
R; i
received nationwide publicity II production processes would come
' Mr. and Mrs. Walter Morris were Florida is first in productionof
she'w'as to
when imprisoned in a silo. I a stop.
; 'The incident brought memories. tour her parents, Mr. and Mrs. A. L. green snap beans.
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f. It was shortly after the turn of } ..- :
\ "., the century that'Nellie, grandpa's 3lb1 h-- VEGETABLE GROWERS !
'" old bay mare, entered a corn crib I.I I. S i
' '= through a feed gate 3 feet x 3 fee I.I I 12,2I .I'

:.. and 2V4 feet off the ground.*
t.. There were no radios and few' I
F' "- news reporters then-so Nellie had F VEGA"EI!!-I 1-,
no publicity. The incident remained '

,' a .mystery for. several .
f- r rI '
years' .
Here's the story: The writer'sbrother / CAN KEEP ,
then a boy' of 11 years : ,4"
.. was spending the summer on his I jj r.f ,L :, WEEDS t
r. grandfather's farm near Barry : : R

.. He entered the'gangway of the .
barn one day, finding Nellie's, head r ,
;.- '', thrust through, the opened gate, I "Kilts the grassy annuals and many broadleafs as they sprout .
devouring corn. Brother surprised II '
Nellie with a keen lash of a whip, I ... : J.f. Last year, growers from coast to'coast proved they cut hand _
: :causing her to lunge forward : ,- \ weeding labor costs $20 to$90 per acre by spraying VEGADEX .}
;through the crib. gate instead of I as they planted. Treat your overall field, or row treat. LEAVE f-: .
'" backing out as''he expected her tc I .? an untreated patch and SEE the difference. .. :;. ',: ,
_ ,do- '
Frightened and worried as tc I : Increased demand has led to big volume, production-and /;. '+ $

what grandpa would do, he ran to lowered costs.'o' .' y-

. ,tell him quickly.At I This saving is passed on to you. Now, you can spray VEGA- .' :,.\ ,
his report grandpa laugh DEX at a lower cost and eliminate practically all hand weeding. :'t.,..:.
ingly said "Oh, no, son, Nellie is I ,
not in the corn.crib. How did she labor costs. On .gallon treats about 1 acre overall; 2 to'4 acres = ., .

,. .,get in there?" I; 1256 M of row treatment. Come in-let us give you the facts that will -
'I don't know," brother said, J save you money. :
afraid to tell the truth.-"But, come' Dress Pattern No. 3101 -A//-fi'm
- and see." Foyori'e-There' nothing prettier than
} To grandpa's amazement, Nellie the full-tlcirttd thirlwaltter, an all-season x\ THE KILGORE SEED COMPANY
was in the crib. style. No. 3101 comes in sixes 12, M,
Nellie 16, 18, 20, and 42. Size 14 fakes 5>/4
wasn't of Seed
t drugged or greased Monsanto Division Asgrow Company
yards 'of 35-inch fabric. i
as Grady the cow. Grandpa pulledat
his white whiskers, Needlework Pattern 1256. If started fn Florida
then FARM Hastings
Washington, D. C., and now the Pill Box
grabbed, and had the CHEMICALS
. a saw soon I
has spread from coast to coast. No. 1256
entrance large ,enough, to bring
Is to Crochet. You might consider
... S easy
her ..
making, several. to match your different
years later brother admitted 4 I costumes.
that he put Nellie in the Send' 351 for each dress pattern, 251 .. .
,l crib with a whip-an incident that r for,each needlework pattern add 1Q( for FREE FOREVER
.seemed impossible.Send each pattern for first class moiling to

. contributions to this column II'I AUDREY.LANE BUREAU, Box -1490, New bet
,to The Old Timer Community Press York 1, New fork. _
Service Box 89, Frankfort, Kentucky. "

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73 cent la alutum charge. ;:: Don't ever wash another dish by hand! Your hands will be smoother, softer,

'100.Acres of, corn for sale. Ready SEPTIC TANK-cleaning reasonable .t ', In an Electric Dishwasher you ,can lovelier. .your kitchen ,tidier. your '

: to harvest in two weeks. Mike I! rates. George Jarosz, PhoneID . stack up dirty dishes, glasses, silvermealtimes happy times because an Electric
o' Steflik. phone ID 73443. I 7-3410 3-2 to 8.24.tp and 'n Dishwasher forever the
i ,ware, even pots pans. Simply ends messy ,
Aug. 10-17-2tc !FOR RENT-furnisned 2 bedroomone ., .' .. press'a button and they'll be pre-rinsed drudgery of dishwashing. .

FOR SALE IN FLAGLER BEACH i j bath house, Daytona Ave., .- and washed in water far hotter than And remember, for the extra convenience -..

Duplex on,Daytona Ave.,, Lot 150 j Flagler Beach. Completely ren hands can stand, then rinsed again of a dependable supply of hot water ,

; by 150. Price 7500. 10 per cent j:ovated. $65.00 per month. Keys < and dried shining clean. The whole for all your needs, there's nothing like
i i' down, $50 per month,, 6 per cent'! pan be picked 'up at Sullivan's .
is done and
job quickly automatically, a Flameless Electric Water Heater'for
Interest. Contact Marge Givens,.. Gulf Station. Nov 10-tf .. ;
' .:registered broker, HE 92035. I \ I drying and all.faster efficiency, safety and peace of mind.

.Aug.: 10-41 I ;: cleaner easier i modern .
W'anted' ". 't!
at Once Rawleigh BEACH REALTY CO. .' Don't, delay the happy day. See the BUILT-IN and PORTABLE Electric Dishwashers i
dealer in Flagler Co See C. D. LOTS, HOMES, OCEAN FRONT, ;. '. ; at your electric appliance dealer and plumbing contractor. '

Gall Rt. 2, Box 223, Palatka, or1 WATER FRONT FARMS, .
write Rawleigh's' Dept. FAH-360..f ACREAGE .. ; ,,
3, Memphis, Tenn. iAug. See us for your real estate needs ..' ', '

.. 3-17-31-3tp I Office Phone HE 9.2242 ... S .

: TOR SALE IN FLAGLER BEACH I Residence Phones ID 73691or : .-er 1 '/

duplex on taytona Ave.,, $9,900, .... ID 7-3517 -- :
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5 per cent down 30 years bal I

... ance 5% per cent interest, $53.38 r i '

per month.: Aug.'10-tf I Sarah_E. Martel "-------........, -, ,

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-- washes dishes for
room house at north end) of Pal j BEACHHE I l .;5
for only
metto Flagler Beach on boat t '9.2203-Lehlgh St. 'p" X '#..I". _.
canals, cool pleasant living ex..' I ; ," a penny ,. :.:

ceptional value, beautiful in- ,| .-' rd' 1
terior and exterior $90.00 per I ';' .;::'..1
month for September 1 occu- : M. ".......
pancy. Contact present renters I .

. or,.Alexander Lumber Co., Daytona j I. MAKES ,;; A
Agent For .... '-
( Beach, Florida. 7-20-TF-i ... ..

1 Ocean. front housekeeping apartments !!\ RCA &. ,PHILCOTUBES Iv. +
ri 1 and' 2 bedrooms com :
: pete with linens and all utilities. i'! dANTENh1AS SOLD '- "

,Sun swimming,1loafing.
deck, fishing, ., : : : h.
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'Dpy,' week or month.1 TUBES TESTED FREE if.
Sun Sea r.lanor". Flagler Beach.r. :- '

HE'9-- 082. 7.6tf- I I' TV BobFLAGLER -t1NJ oMa Ilameless. 2 Z L 2 curt;;; try=t'r

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FOR RENT-Unfurnished Jarge -
: F l' I I IDA. .P O WE. R & l I 6 H T 0 M P Y ,
'2-bedroom 'garage"apartment." : : 1 ,: tEtIId Ul.l.D. FLORIDA & #
\ Call HE 9-2318.: ; or see ZekeChaffee PHONE,HE '9-2384 ,

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