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Title: The Flagler tribune
Physical Description: Newspaper
Language: English
Publisher: s.n.
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Place of Publication: Bunnell Fla
Creation Date: August 31, 1961
Publication Date: -1981
Frequency: weekly
regular
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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 )
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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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Preceded by: St. Johns tribune
Succeeded by: Palm Coast news
Succeeded by: Flagler/Palm Coast news-tribune

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VOLUME 49, NO. 34 BUNNELL, FLORIDA, THURSDAY, AUGUST 31, 1961 $2.50'A YEAR

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Annual Small I METHODIST SPONSOR BREAKFAST MEN TO I I Grand Opening I SCHOOL FLAGLER NAMES BEACH 1 I I County Meeting


Fry Fishing I I The Methodist Men of Flagler Bunnell Airport SAFETY PATROL I Thursday Night
i I Beach are sponsoring a ham and

'.M Tourney Sept. 9 ,r egg the breakfast Woman's Sunday Club morningat building. Scheduled Soon I I''I Patrol named Tommy as for captain the Duncan Flagler of, the has Safety Beach been On Civil Defense

from 7 to 8:30, Howard Lerch '
R. M. Anderson, owner of An I
The Bunnell Lions Club has said today. The men will prepare derson's Flying Service at the Elementary School.Jo Named as- I I. Representatives from all sections -
Anne Wilson.
set September 9th as the date and serve the breakfast, it Bunnell Airport said today he I co-captain Both are sixth was grade studentsat I of the County have been

, for the Annual Childrens' Fish was stated. expects to announce the grand the school. invited to attend a meeting
. ing Tournament at Lake Lucille. The club' held a meeting of opening of the airport in the Other sixth students Thursday (tonight) at the court
grade se-
" The tourney will begin at 9 officers on Monday evening at near future. It is located on I house to form a Civil Defense
lected to serve on the patrol are
11 A. M. the Lerch home in Hillcrest. 11 almost be- Council for .
r A. M. and run to Highway midway Scott Flagler county, C.D.I
t: Refreshments will be furnished Plans for the breakfast were I II I Bunnell and Flagler Beach. i Wilder: Elaine Tidwell, I Director Raymond Smith said
Linda
ed during the tournament which!I I I made and .also for the club He also said the State Road ;I,Thames.McNab, and Ronald I today. The council is being

, is open to children who areS meeting on September 11. This Department is this week com- formed to work with the area
three years old through the sixth l'i I meeting will be at the Deani pleting the repainting of run- I Those chosen from the fifth and state C. D. Councils.Mr. .
grade to serve on the Patrol are
t grade. Worms will be furnished i'i Peterson home at 7:30 in the ways at'the airport A 60 by David Johnson and Smith, with School Board
3 to the young fry. Those par II evening with the guest speaker 90-foot hangar has also recently Wayne Members Ria Johnston and Ray-
.. ticipating in the tourney will being Ray Mercer of Bunnell. been completed and other Owens. mon Tucker, went to Jackson-

furnish their own fishing equipment necessary work prior to openingof ville last Thursday where they
Flagler Beach :the facility and flying service.Executive BoardOf attended an area civil defense

A number of prizes will be are underway.Mr. meeting held in the Jackson-
given which will include the P.T.-A. Board Anderson also said they Bunnell P-T A. ville-Duval headquarters. Attending

.. first fish caught, the largest, have exhibition parachute jump. another meeting held
the smallest, and the most fish Meets ThursdayThe ing and sky diving by the De- Is Announced there, County Commissioners

j., caught. Gayle Mercer and Jimmy land Sky Divers Club each Sat- I George Wickline and John A.
, Kelley were named on the Executive Board of the urday and Sunday afternoons at The Executive Committee for Clegg joined the C. D. meeting
. arrangement committee at the I Flagler Beach. P.-T. A. met the airport. He said the public the Bunnell Parent-Teacher Association 01 during the morning

. club meeting Monday. Thursday evening to plan the I is invited to watch the exhibi- I' has been announced The meeting in Jacksonville
, Lake Lucille is located in I program for the year. One proj- tions each weekend. as follows: Thursday was in charge of Jack
front of the Bunnell City Hall. ect decided on for this year was I Mr. Anderson and his family President, Mrs. George Clegg; I Weatherford, director of Jacksonville -
Children aged three through them 1 to secure a public address sys- I recently moved here '-and secured Vice President, Mrs. Keith Lov- Civil Defense. The meet-

sixth grade are invited to par- I tem for the school cafetorium.The a lease of the airport ell; Secretary, Mrs. Joe White; I Ing dealt with problems of survival -
- ticipate. first P.-T. A. meeting for I from Flagler County. Treasurer, John Cannon, Parlia- in event of an atomic at-

the year will be held September mentarian, Duane Deen. tack. The Flagler County group

I 5 in the cafetorium at 7:30. I School board visitation chairman will work with_ the Area Civil
Mrs. Ida Upson County Music Director Walter State Board. Mrs. L. W. McMillan; year Defense Council on this pro-
book, Miss Gloria Martucci
Morris will present a program % I ; gram.
I on elementary music at this Asks About budget and finance, John Con- I
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i. Former Beach I meeting. nan: ; membership,. Mrs. Dave -
t I The president, Mrs. Robert Perryman; publicity, Mrs. James Pier Ii I
Owens,' announced the following Boat Facilities t Kelley; hospitality, Mrs. John I Fishing at

\ I chairmen for the .I Clegg and Mrs. ,Mike Steflik-
: Resident Dies. -': .--Devotional; '' rrS.year"Henry-: Shill;; I.:.WendelL.. a.rral 1,. chairman_... .I. .--Devotional" '-Mrs-' Lee--Blakely; 'i Fla lerBeach'Ic j

1. i l hospitality:, Mrs.,E. P. Britt; pro 'director of Florida. DevelopmentCommission program, Mr. and- Mrs. L. H. --t i
Mrs. Ida A. Upson" of Daytona gram, Mrs. Hugh Arnold; 'pub I Tallahassee, notified I Church; room representatives, '
Beach, and a former resident of I licity, :Mrs. Leonard Johnson; the Flagler Beach Area Mrs. C. H. Gordon and Mrs. Levi Now Complete II

Flagler Beach for many years, membership, Mrs. Bob Whitney; Businessmen's Club that a re- Brannam; P.-T. A. magazine, E

passed away Thursday night at educational TV, Mrs. Bernie vision of Florida boating litera- Mrs. Tommy Durrance; educational Work is being completed today -

the Halifax Hospital following Wilson; health and safety, Mrs. ture is being compiled, and an TV, Marvin Parker; safe- on the Flagler Beach Municipal ,
an illness of several weeks. She Frank Boswell.' effort to include all new (or old ):ty, Leslie 'Pache; civil defense, Fishing Pier which will

was 83 years of age. Elected officers serving on the i with improvements) facilities is Howard Lerch. I make a total length of 840 feet.

Mrs: Upson:was born in board are: Mrs. Owens, Harold \being made, Pal Parker, president The first meeting of the asso- George Wickline, who contracted -
trie and moved to 1\IOUI-1 Smith, vice president; Mrs. I of the ABC, reports: ciation will' be September 12 at the work of rebuildingthe

f Beach'during early. childhood. I Charles Meekins, secretary; and "The tremendous interest in the Bunnell School Cafeteria at' part carried away by Hurricane -
1- She was the daughter of :Mr. I Mrs. Ray Martel, treasurer. 1 I boating makes it important that 8 P. ft.1. Miss Martucci has reported Donna last year, and also
and :Mrs. John Fuquay who I I we publish this 'Information as that, they are working Cn'' building the extension of 192
were pioneer residents of Daytona I soon as possible, and if we have I the yearbooks and" they will be feet additional, said the work'
Beach. Mr. and Mrs. Up- I Silght Increase In not Heard from you by September -,I ready soon.Choral :I is being completed and fisher

" son homesteaded at Flagler I Enrolment 8, we shall assume that no men will be able to use the new
Beach ,about '1914, and resided 'I School } changes are necessary in the Club section today.

there for many years where she I' attached data showing present The Town of Flagler Beach
was active In civic and social Over Last Term facilities" reads Mr. Jarrard's Invites VoicesTo had secured a permit from the
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affairs. request. I IU.S. Army Engineers and also
f Flagler County school enrollment -
She managed the Flagler I' The only facility listed in the ,
from the State
showed a slight increase I i of Florida to
Beach Hotel from 1924 to about 'I' data now, according to Parker, Meet Tuesday I! make extension
I over that at' the end of 'the termlast an of 192 feet
1932. After returning to Daytona is the area at Flagler Beach on-
_ The Choral I to the pier last
pring, Z. D. Holland, county I I Flagler County year.
Beach she managed a hotel the Intracoastal with
Waterway .
I superintendent said today. Club will meet on Tuesday evening Before the work was begun on
there and for about 15 years dockside mooring, with ramps. 'I
': The enrollment of the three at 7:30 at the Recreation the extension Donna Hurrciane
i was manager of a hotel in Bal- school Tuesday, the first day of "Persons owning or operating Center in Flagler Beach, Kay I took about 80 feet of the existing -
sam, N. C. She retired about I boating facilities in the Flagler '
this term, was Bunnell 530; Swayze said today. All voices pier. Work was begun
eight years ago. area,should hasten to get infor-
Flagler Beach elementary 126; of the county are invited to this spring on rebuilding the 80
She* is survived five sons, mation to the of the
by.
I Carver School 417, making a total secretary meet with them at this time. feet and also the 192 foot ex
Raymond Hartr of Daytona club, J. W. Green, P.O. Box 297," ,
of 1,073. The club, members plan to begin tension. This gives a total of
Beach, Lawrence O. Upson, Parker said. This information t
This is an increase of 42 stu practice soon for a Cantata 840 feet to the fishing pier
Louis W. Upson, John ,J. Upson, I should specify depth, berths, in
dents over the enrollment at end to be presented during the holiday which is ready for use by the
and Reginald C. Upson, all of and out service, repairs fuel I
At a meeting last public.
of school this spring.METHODI season. ,
'Holly Hill; two daughters, :Mrs., I available, utilities, storage.L ana Tuesday night the group practiced .
Trainor and Mrs Gwendo- accomodations for
Mary overnight or I
lyn Y. Rich both of Holly Hill; T CHOIR reservations for. overnight. Alone"Jerome and "Gypsy Kern's songs Love Call"One," Direct Loans

two brothers, D. F. Fuquay and BEGINS REHEARSALSNEXT This Florida boating literature Mrs. Swayze said. '

Adrian C. Fuquay of Daytona WEDNESDAYThe is supplied to interested personsin Miss Emily age is director for For Veterans
Also 24 need of services. Jar-
Beach. surviving are these
the group, and they plan to
grand children and 34 great choir of the First Methodist rard said "thanks for your co present many programs duringthe I Are Available .-
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Church of Bunnell will
grandchildren. operation.
winter season, it was stated.WHAT .
Funeral services were held have a Hamburger Fry on the Raymond Smith, veterans service

"I' from Baggett-:McIntosh Chapel church lawn following the choir COMMISSIONERS TO -KREMLIN" MEANS I officer for Flagler County,
Saturday afternoon with Rev., rehearsal Wednesday, September announces that ample funds in
HOLD 'EOUALIZINGMEETING "Kremlin is the Russian word i I the amount of $4 million are
6 Rev. L. Jr.
Morgan Lamb, pastor of the W. Spicer, an-
Flomfch Avenue Baptist Church nounced Sunday. MONDAYI I for citadel. It refers to Moscow's:[t now available for direct loansto

officiating. Interment followed With summer vacations over, The 'Flagler County Board of i most ancient and strategic area,: veterans from the office of
here at Hope Cemetery. the choir will begin holding re Commissioners with the County I which is still walled In by for the VA Loan Guaranty Officer,
Active pallbearers were William hearsals at 5:30 on Wednesday Tax ,Assessor will meet in the i tifications. The citadel contains: 'P.O. Box 505, Post Office Bldg.,

Owen Herman Edwards, afternoons. Following the re. commissioners room at the courthouse i old '''royal palaces, governmental Jacksonville, Florida. There is
Kenneth Patton, George Wick hearsal next Wednesday the Monday at 10 o'clock.I I bureaus, and churches where no waiting list and the maxi-

line, George M. Moody, and, D. choir members and their families The meeting is for the purposeof the tsars were crowned and mum loan is limited to $15,000.
D. Moody. Honorary pallbearerswere will have a hamburger fry hearing tax complaints and I buried. Some government offices, Veterans should make appli-

Louis PSSinsky, Sr.. Rob. on the church lawn receiving testimony as to the j including that of Premier Nikita cation by letter to the Loan
ert Merrell, Gene Johnson Dr. Walter Morris is director of value of any property, real or Kruschchev, are 'still located Guaranty Officer who will send
Frank Slca, Tom golden, Dr. the choir. All those interestedin personal as fixed fey the County I(there and are closed to casual them the necessary applicationforms.

', Hoke:Johnson, Sr., 'Otto Wehner., singing in the choir are in- Tax'' ,Assessor. {visitors. Other buildings have I The county service will .
,. George U Biddle, and. W. li, i Vtted to be- on hand Wednesdayat"5:30 This will also be the stated I:been open to tourists 'since the be glad to assist any veteran

Wadsworth. _. he said. :. meeting of the county board. J 1 death of Stalin. i o in submitting an application.,

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. PAGE ; WO. '. ', THE FLAGLER TRIBUNE: ,_ BUNNELL, 'FLORIDA ,, Thursday ,August 31, '1961 "
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To propagate, insert these agerhas the chemicals available ( brown patch., Schedule the lawn 1

wedges of bulbs into flats containing .and will 'recommend which sprinkling so that' the grass is

\ : i a moist mixture of peat one is best in your locality. I dry by sundown., The fungus

i moss and sand in equal parts.In Cutting off the sprinkler system likes hot humid nights and wet

at, night may keep ,away grass.
warm weather small bulb-

lets will begin to form betweenthe

scales of the bulbs and

By Leslie Pache ,usually will be large enough to II AREA BUSINESS DIRECTORY 1 ;
pot off after one growing season.

BULLDOGS I _._
SHAPING UP --- --
These, new plants should
. The Bulldogs who have gone Florida bloom within two to three I AIR CONDITIONING-HEATING J FUEL OIL
through JL two weeks practice Gardening '
years. FLORIDA AIR'CONDITIONING J
are looking better every day. KING'STRUCK STOP
Dodder-known. as love vine-- CO. ,
I
Coach Bo Manuel held a Friday Many other ."lily" bulbs are PHILLIPS 66 GAS & OILS
has no amorous motives when it Of Daytona. Inc.
night practice. The ,boys. J ready for digging. Dr. T. J. Shee- I I ). L. IRWIN Prop. I
becomes attached to one of your AIR ,CONDITIONING HEATING
looked good and 'with a little t hap, ornamental horticulturist I Lubrication-Tires-Batteries
ornamentals. It is a killer plant GENERAL 'SHEET METAL
more practice they will polishout with low morals.So I Experiment "We're Proud of Our Work" I Fuel Oil, Kerosene, Tractor FuelU. j
for their first with Stations that bulbs
game says
330 Walker. Holly Hill. OR 7-6120 \
.S. 1. N. Bunnell ID 7-3678
Crescent City September 15. beware of this small ''yellowish can be dug any time after the I

t Ronnie Canakaris, big tackle, vine that some people stems begin to turn yellow. AUTO SERVICE \ GARDEN SHOPGray's

'- has picked up a lot of speed.P. place in their gardens plants Once the bUlbS are, dug, store ,McDANIEL'S
I
V. Knight, guard, worked for added beauty. It is a para.. them at temperatures between Garden Center
good with Ronnie We have sitic 140 Service StationI I Ileadquaner for Gardening Need.
pest. J and 50' degrees F. and do
Ceramics Gifts.
Dry Arrangement
some very fast backs and' with not allow them to dry out. If STANDARD, OIL PRODUCTS Materials

the new system Coach Manuel The hosts for dodder are storage facilities are not avail, Tires-Batteries-Minor Repairs It Annuals Shrubbery Fertllizers-
is going to install this season many. These include most or able plant the bulbs within'one Bunnell ID 7-7119 TORO LAWN MOWERS
:
\ the boys should do plenty of namentals and garden vege, I month from the time they are 147 Tomoka Avenue-Ph. OR 7-051

running and ,scoring. tables. i I dug. Nearly ,dry peatmoss% is a Biddle Gulf ServiceGASOILLUBRICATION ORMOND

Mike Cook started practice There is a belief that if a good material for packing the HARDWARE
Thursday. I talked with Mike I bulbs for storage.
maiden desires to check the ,
and asked him if he could 'out.. GULF TIRES & BATTERIES I THAT FAMOUS PAINT
sincerity of her swain's love, she J Most "lilies" deliver you a Open 7 A.M.-10 P.M.-7 Days
run Jessie Overby which I tosses a length of dodder, over I better crop of flowers when they ; Exclusively at
State&Lambert ITS 1-ID 7-7190
Jessie's aim is
doubt. As
one are dug once a and the '
her left' shoulder, then leaves year :
the whole team. He I FLAGLER BEACHHARDWARE
outrun
x to and returns in three days.If young bulbs are removed from Colonial Service StationEARL /Jt1WLfJ.,
tries every time, so .let's go the parent. However, if this ,is
Mike. I know the boys would the love vine is still alive- not possible, then be sure to dig E. RICE. ProprietorGASOILLUBRICATION I Flagler Beach HE 9-2103

welcome a little cool weather.It and in most cases it is because the bulbs every third year. I
sure would ,be nice if we there is nearly always a host During hot and humid weather MOTOR TUNE-UP
had a new football stadium. We plant available-the beau still keep an eye out for brown GOODYEAR TIRES' & BATTERIES I Village Hardwares Center

could use one. Quentin Emery loves her. (We suspect, the males patch in lawns-especially centipede U.S. HIWAY 1 BUNNELL HOUSE PAINTS

- and Flynn Edmonson have come started this belief.) lawns. This fungus can ED'S Match and mix any color
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out for practice. Builder's Supplies Kitchenware
be cured with
'an application of
Regardless of the method of PURE OIL STATION GIFTS GREETING CARDS
one of a number of fungicides.Your -
LEHIGH MENS' LEAGUE spreading, dodder is an undesirable Specializing in Wash & Waxing AlA Ormond Beach CL 20420
: OPENS SEASON SEPT. r pest for the gardener. garden supply store man. Tires- Batteries-Accessories i i
Being incapable of manufacturing -
I MINOR REPAIRSu. I
Lehigh Mens' Bowling League JEWELER
will open their season Friday its own food, the parasite I RCA VICTOR .s. Ilwy. 1-Dunnell-ID 7-3138 1;
sends root-like growths into the LIVING COLOR TV '
BRENNAN
night, September 1. The league Jewelers
BAR AND PACKAGE STOREBAMBOO
host plant and cheats the ornamental "LOOK FOR TUB PICTURE 'I'
will bowl at the Bellair lanesin I IN THE WINDOW" Diamonds-Diamond Setting
Daytona Beach. League sec. out of its plant food. Southern Radio & Television 1 ,Fine Jewelry and Gifts

retary, Pete Dzioba, will havea Control measures include 226 E. Granada ORMONDwmwmmm Ph. OR 7-2001 I BAR & COCKTAIL I Hamilton, Bulova, Benrus

10-team schedule drawn up. hand picking the vine.likegrowths' LOUNGE I Watches
from the ornamentalsand I Watches -Jewelry-Clocks Repaired
The truck shop will defend its I DANCING FRIDAY & SATURDAY
crown in this year's play with destroying it by burning. O. F., ALFORD .. ,FROM 9 I 60 E. Granada-Ormond-OR 7-505
the 'addition of two new teamsin If seed pods have formed before -b SUNDAY FROM 6 P.! .
the is cultivate Registered Ocean Blvd AlA Flagler Beach FURNITURE
the league. It is hard to pre. pest' spotted, I
dict who, will come out at the the soil'in the infested area Real Estate Broker I Ormond Bedding and
next spring. This will kill the MILLAND BAR AND I Furniture Co.

top.The ,coming ,season's theme germinating plants before they Bunnell, Florida I COCKTAIL LOUNGE .I Substantial Discounts on AllBEDSSOFASFURNITURE

will be: "Keep in shape by grow out in search of a host Eddie & Mary Shultz Props. ;: $10 Tradeln Covers Down Payment

Bowling." Last season Leo Kit. plant. PACKAGE GOODS I 1 R. S. ROBENBERRY. Owner

trel, Walter Goodwin and Don't try to destroy dodder MOODY'SI 9 a.m.-2 a.m-Sun. 1 p.m. 2 a.m'l I 89 Granada, Ormond Deb. Oft 7-6411
with chemicals because chemicals Ocean Blvd. -Flagler Beach
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Ceiling bowled every game in f I Floral Service I
that will kill dodder will
the league. BETH'S SEASIDE I MOTOR COURTSTREETER'S

I The teams are Tropical No. 1 kill the host plant. I- R. MOODY-Ph. ID 7.3240 BAR & GRILL I COURT

and 2, Rocketts Fisherman's Inn, Bulbs Service, Reasonable PricesORMOND FOR FINEFOOD I
Truck ,Shop, Electrical Shop, Now is a good time to divide] I AND COFFEE SHOP
.
Maintenance, Foremen/ Office, many herbaceous perennials, 1 COLD BREAKFAST-LUNCHES DRINKS-HOT COFFEE I
Mill, 'and, Boondockers.SIX such as daylilies. All that ,is i PRESCRIPTION 3 mi. N. of 'Flagler on AlA I I OVERNIGHT KITCIIENETTES ,

necessary is to 'spade up a I PHARMACYSick Open 7 A.M.-ll P.M. I I DAY WEEK MONTH
YEARS AGO clump of lilies, then divide the I. Room Supplies-Sundrles HWY 'A1A-FLAGLER BEACH

The Bulldogs opened the sea. mass of matted bulbs. With the I. HOSPITAL SUPPLIES BUILDING SUPPLIES IJ J i I I t

.... son with Crescent City and won usual care and a, bit of luck the,I 24-Hour Prescription Service WICKLINE PAINTS
. 260. The 5 and lilies will hardly know that they' Free Delivery in Flagler Beach
Bulldogs won
'I. Rt. AlA 1 ml. North of JERRY'S PAINT MART
.. lost 3. Charlie Trad and Gene have been transplanted. ORMOND BEACH-Tel. OR 71661Photos I Building Supplies -

r Cauley were picked on the all. Also, you can cut the bulbsof CEMENT -. CEMENT BLOCKS PITTSBURGHPaintsFinishes

;'. conference as guards. Billy Deen your prized amaryllis to in ; STEEL .

: was, picked for quarteback Bill crease the size of the, planting.The Flagier Beach HE' 9-2254 Paint Sundries-Wallpaper
White for halfback. The Bulldogs hobbyist can safely cut a 38 W. Granada-Ormond

were also St. Johns Confer. fair sized 'bulb into six or eight BOTTLE, GASHARRIS ORange 7.0761
ence runnerup. pieces. The experts can divide
, the bulb 4nto 60 pieces t IN YOIR HOME BOTTLE GAS ROOFER '

FREE PAINT Regardless of your classifica BOTTLE or BULK EDGEMON ROOFING CO. '
r: tion-amateur or expert-be sure Individuals( & GroupsSpecial FLAGLER COUNTY'S ONLY Manufacturers of
: One extra gallon of choice
your I to cut the bulbs vertically so HOME OWNED GAS COMPANY Cement Tile RoofingALL
with each gallon
you buy that each piece has a portion of Weddings PHONE ID 7-3551 TYPES OF ROOFINGFast

k ,Mary Carter Paint StoreAlso I the stem tissue or basal part of Help Flagler County Grow Dependable Service

' Weatcat Khooplna Canter the bulb attached. OccasionsFor By Shopping at Home HWY. 1 N. ORMOND
;,. ,..- ORange 7-5177 7.1793
',. -. Appointment Call CONCRETE PRODUCTS .
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TRIP SURANCE I Ii RESTAURANT
; I Go Protected Thes Heii Your "Q" For -ConcreteDial j

t A new service ,that we are proud to offer at 1 HEmlock 9.2262 CL' 3-8113 SUE-Z-Q RESTAURANT i

t. ', remarkably low rates. Whether you plan to'it Lunches-Dinners-Sandwiches \
be vacationing 3 days or 6 months-See us DAYTONA BEACH 1 OPEN 24 HOURS DAILY

! about your trip-surance. mrp Quillian's Concrete, Inc. 152 W Granada Ormond Beach

!' H. T. COOK AGENCY I 3Tllglrr cTrlliunrHUNNELL f Open 6 A.Mv 11 P.M. at ,,

Citizens Bank Building FLORIDA CLEANERS f 146 S. Atlantic--Ormond
t' :. Bunnell, Florida ID 7-3361 fRIGHT
CLEANERSWE
BUNNELL
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; -- MRS. M. B. FULCER, Editor ON THEBEACH
,ro':.. r-: I GIVE TV STAMPS ShrimpSteakChopsChickenSandwiches .
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De*IC ated OficUl PabHeati.* oaea Daily S to 6 and Shakes
; CRAIG FUNERAL HOMEs Sandwiches end Pies. 4
f.F, Pal H. Zfetfcea,'ef FladezOuty Pia. e ID 7-3188 BREAKFAST ANY TIME {

&! : A. R. CRAIG.,Funeral Director .. and ,the Maaleipalitiea. State .f ....tfcezeta.wa 115 N. Bay St Bunnell Ocean Spray Restaurant

;'fc : JOHN' RABDXN Associate DBUG STORES A1A 1 Mile South of Pier j
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r Bateret .. *eea. elaaFetevaxy mattes \
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Furniture
, AIR OXYGENEQUIPPED Used -Upholstery
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LADY .' tVl 13.at, tfce.e te-ec Moody's. Pharmacy I
t: S CONDITIONED 'I ATTENDANT 1 at liaeaaU,,yi rtia. "aJer act .* Flacler County**:Comer Drug store JOE WELLBORNFt1

:'. :'" CHAPEL" __ .. ,AMBULANCES .', la ib"a. 19M.Oe .. PI SCSS7101FS : 1tilre. &,' Upholstery'GOOD c I

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"Since- these- gamma rays are(between the radioactive fallout would be required to afford the ers through the designed ventilators I
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Fallout ShelterMisinformation j similar to x-rays, their penetration I arid, the persons inside. Com' ceiling protection against gamma which can be equippedwith i

I can only be stopped by I monly available shielding ma-. radiation., Without extensive a dust filter. .All persons
shielding. There is 'nothing'terials are steel, concrete, earth remodeling and sealing of en- constructing a fallout shelter J i
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mysterious about radioactive;and wood. t tries such as windows and doorsit should consult their local civil ,
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fallout, there is no mystery drug is not possible to utilize present defense officials as to the ad-
Given Public"It
to Half-value layer thicknessesof
that can be taken to lessen its house construction for ad equacy of their proposed shelter.
these materials is 0.7 inchesof
.. effects, and there is no protective equate shelter exception of
steel 2.2 inches of concrete;
would appear from reports clothing. The only protec- ; course are those few houses in
3.3 inches of earth; and 8.8I
f that considerable misinformation I tion ai), human being can secure'is Florida which, have underground
inches of wood. This means PAL PARKER'S. INC.
is being given to the public to ,be covered by material basements, in which shelterscan
that an outside radiation of 3- Automotive Specialty Center
regarding radioactive fallout which is sufficiently dense to be constructed.
000 roentgens would be reduced'to DRAKES RELINED S1KA5
and'the construction of protec- absorb the gamma rays. I Since gamma rays are similar PARTS AND LABOR
1,500 roentgens by passing .
tive shelters," it was stated by FORDCIIEVROLETPIITMONTIIOTHERS
to do
light not
they
The emission of gamma raysis (,through 2.2 inches of concrete; go S1OA5
Colonel H. W. State I
Tarkington 750 around corners, therefore littleor 540 Mason Ave. Daytona
measured in roentgenS; and Its reduced to roentgens by ,
Director of Civil Defense. radiation
shelt-
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no can
estimated that ,approximately passing through an additional

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consists of invisible, emitted by fallout in the immediate this it can be seen that the
FOR ALL HOURS-J OR NIGH r
and sometimes barely visible, area outside the blast and I equivalent of' approximately 22
particles of soil, buildings, and heat area of a detonated nuclear inches of concrete would be required .
other matter: which has been bomb where'persons would to reduce the radiationof AMBULANCES

literally atomized by the explosion -,survive. 3,000 roentgens per hour to PHONE VAlley 4,1625
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of a nuclear weapon. approximately 3 roentgens per IICE
to 600 I AUGUSTINE. FLORIDA
Persons ST.
exposed over
hour within the shelter, and,this
Thousands of ton of matterare roentgens in one hour, or 100
carried into the upper air roentgens for 6 hours. ,,would not amount would be harmless. I Never be hesitant about calling a Garda Ambulance. We

and drift to earth downwind for survive. Radioactivity decays I It can readily be seen that are always at your service with promptness. safety and

hundreds of miles. These particles with time, therefore, shelter is the approximate,2 inches of con- experience..
are made radioactive and recommended for a period of crete in the normal house con- I
emit gamma rays in all direc two weeks, at which time the structed of concrete blocks Equipped With Oxygen Resusitator and Inhalator

tions similar to light, and heavy roentgen rate would probablybe would afford little or no protection -
penetration of the human body neglible. to the occupants.The I Garcia Funeral Home

can, cause severe sickness, and In order" to have an adequate bearing walls in present J ,P. E. GARCIA, Licensed Funeral Director
'in the event of over exposure I
will death. shelter it is required that certain houses could not support the LADY ASSISTANT

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I ;. Telephone LUNA HEmlock BABBITT 9.2098 I: Last Big Splash Of Summer HDl \ ;

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TO FORT McCLELLAN
:Mr. and Mrs. J. D. Preston of I ,, ; ) *
Flagjer Beach announce the engagement Pvt. Beverly Haines of the ) III VXA ,
f and approachlng-mar- Women's Army Corps left Thursday ALL DAY ;
: riage of their daughter, :Mattie for Fort McClellan, Ala., after ABOR W AY
Lee, to Mr. Terry Lee Ross, son a two weeks furlough spent :
t of Mrs. Marge Ross of Flagler here at,the home of her parents, MONDAY !
. Beach. Mr. and Mrs. V.V.. Haines. Hav- \\\iL/\
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i t The wedding will be an event ing completed her basic training b
': of the near future. I I she is scheduled' to begin -1 [ 4th
I|an eight week course at the I Sept.
COMMUNITY MEMORAIL I:Clerical Training Company to I Ii .
(1 CHURcH ANNOUNCEMENTS i learn administrative procedures i -
After taking one week's vacation on her return there. GV'V"A" D & D Grade "A" Beef
t Rev. R. W. Dickert, pastorof I WHOLE CHUCK I

I.'. Church the will Community continue his Memorial series FLAGLER CLUB REPORT WOMAN'S I *
( FRYERSlb.2S ROAST ib.49
of messages on "Are These The Events doming up for the I
Noah Days?" Sunday school begins math of September in the I
at 10 o'clock and worship Flagler Woman's Club indicate*
service are held at 11 o'clock a prosperous year is beginning. Palm RiverSLICED
t each Sunday. I I The president for this year, Mrs. I Copeland 1 tb pkg.
:Mrs. V. W. Haines, superin I Phillip Kester, is the, 13th president ALL MEAT
tendent of the Sunday school, the club has had and the
reported that the 57 adults andchlld"ren will be 491 1 55*
attending the annual held first official on September fall meeting 13. For someit FRANKS BACON lb.>

22, at Alexander ,
picnic August would be frightening, but Mrs. .
Springs, had a most enjoyableday. Kester insists that 13 is her -- I
Swimming and games were I I Maxwell House Henderson'aCOFFEE
I lucky number. .
highlights of the dav and picnic
I
Other dates to remember for
lunch was served in the pavil.
,the Woman's Club are: September SUGAR
lion at noontime. I.
I 8, Dessert Card Party, 12:30: .
FIRST BAPTIST CHURCH NEWS Ii.M.; Friday, Dessert, Coffee, I IIbb
I Table, and door prizes. Ticket lb.
hev. Steve Stevens from Jack I.
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chairman is Mrs. Esther Heydt.
sonville conducted the services I September 13, first fall meetingat b bag
and the church,
Sunday Baptist .
P.M. as already mentioned.
and' was accompanied here by I 49 Limit one with $5.00 or more food order
+ September 15, smorgasbord din
:Mrs. Stevens. He will return
I ner Friday from 5:30 to 7:30 P.M. can
here next Sunday and duringthe Dollar Dividend project for Mrs. HA W AIIANPUNCH .
evening service plans to
Marge Givens, Mrs. Paul Kelly,
show color slides he took in the Limit one with $5.00 or more food order
Mrs. Emily Bondy, Mrs. Grace
Holy Land on his recent visit FIESTA PUNCH
Clay, Mrs. Ethel White, Mrs. i
there. Shurfresh
Inez Crenshaw, Mrs. Lillian .
Bondy, and Mrs. Esther Heydt. .
John Barker and E. L. Hart WELCHADE
Mrs. Givens is chairman. An. Oil ,
visitors in Jacksonville
were I nual event. cooking

:Monday. September '27, at 2 P.M., social
Mr. and Mrs. Paul Vogel, Mrs." cans 00
will
meeting of the club. It 3 $1
William Butuex two .
are on a
be a Welcome Tea for new mem fort
weeks holiday In Brevard, N. C. "
bers and also guests. Mrs. Newell 39 : I
Davis, District Six Director q .
Mr. and :Mrs. S. E. Treadwell I from Orange City, will be honor V 2/2 can Van Camps
of Atlanta, Ga., were called here j
guest and will ,also speak on
due to illness of his brother Limit one with $5.00 or more food order
orientation of members.
'I Sep.
Mr. Treadwell of Pork & Beans
Harry Flagler tember 29 and 30 Rummage and
Beach. 25 oz. Lucky Leaf .
White Elephant Sale will be i

30 Year ExperienceElectricContractingj ,held.Members of the Woman's Club iiUCEiar 4 cs $1
who prepared and served the 29 for

dinner for Flagler Beach com __ _
Service Calls missioners who were hosts to s
Chicken of the Sea-
Phone HEmlock 9.2321 the Florida League of Small 303 can ShurfineFRUIT
FLAGLER BEACH Municipalities on August 17th, CHUNK STYLETUNA
11 were: Mrs. Esther Heydt and
Mrs. Jasper White, cochairmen. 29*
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TV SERVICEALL Assisting them were Mrs Paul can can

Kelly, Mrs V.V.. Haines, :Mrs. r
Grace Clay, Mrs. Inez
MAKES
I 1l\lrs. crenshaw'l Food King
Agent For Marge Givens : ShurfineMAYONNAISE .
Massie and Mrs Phillip Kester. .

RCA & PHILCG The dinner decorated tables lavender were attractively and 1 i'' OLEOqtR

TUBES & ANTENNAS SOLD purple flowers. Floral arrangements .
AND INSTALLED were placed all around .
TUBES TESTED FREE I the room. The dinner was held I I, 49* Ilbs< 29*

just before the official meeting. .
jof I the organization.Mr. --
TV BobFLAGLER \

and Mrs. Jimmy Migrantand FROZEN FOODS PRODUCE
BEACH family moved to Palm Har;
bor this week.Continued.
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THE FLAGLER TRIBUNE, BUNNELL FLORIDA, PAGE FIVE
J I) Thursday August .31, 1961

Mr. and Mrs. Zack Holland 1 Mr. and Mrs. F. H. Howell Carol Christopher spent the

and sonS, Grant and Zachary,I'have returned to their home past weekend in Center Hill
F spent a short vacation in Lin-'here after spending a few days with her grandparents Mr. and

ville Falls, N. C., returning home visiting points of interest"on the Mrs. Omar Kight.Continued .
1 during the past weekend. "West Coast of Florida. ( on page 8)Black's

1i LOCALS "I I II II. . . . \
i f : Miss Judy Lewis and Miss Annette
rl Mrs. Ed Miller and Mrs. Graham -
I Strickland arrived Fridayto
r'i i! Lee of Hastings spent the. spend'a short.vacation here
I I past weekend'here at the Miller I
MISS EMERY I MALPHURS-HERSEY at the homes of their parents.
home on North Anderson Street.
I'I'I
I I I I They are student nurses at the
MR. SEAY SET Mr. and Mrs., F. L. Malphursj Flower Shop
Charity Hospital in New Orleans.Mr.
WEDDING DATEMiss I I of Bunnell announce the mar- ]:!i Spending the past weekend at::1':1''I ,

riage of their daughter, Doris Alexander Springs were Mr.. and I ., and Mrs. Cordell Robert-
Beverly Gail Emery will Lee, to Mr. Eugene Hue Hersey,I''I Mrs. Ray Carle, .Susan, Arthur I son and sons, Boyd and Gregory, SPECIAL
become the bride of Mr. John .of Mrs. Carl Heydorn of
son ,and Glenn Carle, Lynda Revels, have returned to their home after FRESH FLOWERARRANGEMENT
Watford Seay in a candlelight Bun el1. i I I and Wilbur Sheffield. II a short vacation spent in IN
ceremony at the First Baptist The couple was married in a'1 r r---
16_ Gatlinburg, Tenn., Linville Falls MILK GLASS VASE
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Church of Bunnell on Thursday quit ceremony on August 25,I I Jim Burnsed left during the and Highlands, N. C.
7, at 7:30 in Officiating in the I $2.00
r evening .September 1961. ceremony I past weekend for Banner Elk,
the evening. was Rev. W. L. Spicer, Jr.,I II N. C. He is a'student at Lees.I Bill .Sturman, Jr., of East Fall and Year roundArrangements

,. The pastor, Rev. Thomas M.; pastor of the First Methodist 1 McRae College there and is a I Orange, N. J., arrived this week of
I Pinner, Jr., will officiate in the I I I Church of Bunnell. Their only Irs.I I member of the football team. for a visit with Mr. and Mrs Permanent Flowers.
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attendants Mr. and ?
were \
double ring ceremony. I I Ralphael Sturman, before goingto
of Bunnell.
Billy Gene Casey Mrs. Onie Braswell has Miami to attend Weddings Funerals
re- i the University -
} No invitations are being sent i it I short
: Following a wedding I j turned to her home in Columbus -J i of Miami. He is the grand. Hospital Bouquets_
but all relatives and friends are
t
I the will reside -
trip couple on j Ga., after a visit here with 1 I son of Mr. Sturman. I '
invited.
Lambert Ave. at the of
corner --- --
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|Mr. and Mrs. L. H. Drady.
Pine Street. i I'
ETHEL ANN BLACK
. !J Visiting here during the week. i
:Mr. and Mrs. Sam Black of i MISS BEVERLY EMERYIS
end with Mrs. Wilda Cobb were I i
Ormond Beach announce the ar HONORED WITH I|Mr. and Mrs. George Geibert
rival of a six pound fourteen,A BRIDAL SHOWER I and son, Holland, of Jackson-

ounce daughter born Wednesday Bride-elect Beverly Emery was i iville. They were accompanied
\ morning, August 30, at the Halifax honored with a bridal shower'home by Mrs. Geibert's mother, C7
Hospital in Daytona Beach. Monday afternoon at the homeof Mrs. Maude Holland, who will
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She is the granddaughter of Mrs. Harry Murray, Deen. visit there for two weeks.
Mr. and Mrs. T. E. Holden of Road. Miss Emery will becomethe I
Bunnell. She was given the bride of Mr. John Seay on Mrs. Lady Allen left Wednesday That Beginning September 7 We Will Be
I. name of Ethel Ann for her maternal I September 7 in a ceremony at I for a visit with her brother

.i grandmother.Mrs. the First Baptist Church. and sister in law, Mr. and Mrs. Closed All Day on Thursday.
Thirty guests were present I Ralph Choate, in Jefferson, Mo.
and enjoyed and con- ,
H. T. Orem and daughter games
contests. Mrs. Lucille Cobb and I ,Mrs. D. H. Emery is leaving
.Lynn, returned Friday from
spending the summer in Ohio. Mrs. Viola Tonkin were awarded. soon for a two month visit in Other Banking Hours Will Remain The
prizes as winners. !Chicago and Kewanee, Illinois,
They will be located in the
Mrs. Murray used a color i with friends and relatives. Same.
Hunter home on Palmetto St.
scheme of pink and white in
for the winter season. Mr. Orem I
the floral arrangements and Mr. and Mrs. Andy Andersonand
will return in about ten days.
11 favors. A beautifully decorated son, Greg, of Atlanta, Ga.,
cake and fruit were of Mr. and Mrs.
I punch was serve guests Citizens Bank of Bunnell
f :Mrs. Glenn Sears and daugh ed by the hostesS. Harry Atkinson during their
( ters, Glenda and Marguerite, of I II visit at Flagler Beach during
I Tallahassee visited here last Mrs. A. J. Peterson of Pierson I the past weekend. Mrs. Anderson i; Bunnell, Florida l
I week with Mrs,Sears' Another,I visited here Friday with'her. sis I is the former Penny Bardltz-, I
Mrs. J. W. Brown. ter, Mrs. J. W. Brown. \ ,ky of Flagler Beach. I I II
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I IN THE CIRCUIT COURT IN AND
Basic EconomyOf "GUM FARMING"By FOR FLAGLER COUNTY FLOR.
Trade in' Community I IDA IN CHANCERY NO. 4318
your SARAH HALL, BROWN,
A. A. Murphy
Plaintiff,
State Gained I U.S. Forest ServiceI WILLIE JAMES vs.BROWN.


First Half of YearFlorida's 'I have a number of pro- IN THE NAME OF Defendant.THE STATE

'I gressive turpentine farmers in .1 OF'roVJLLIE FLORIDA
JAMES BROWN
1 our county :who are adopting whose last known addresswas
basic gaIn- t standardsand c/o A. Toby. RFD 1.
economy I conservation program I Rushville. New York

ed strength, during the first half k using data recommended by You are hereby required to file and
serve your answer to the Bill of
of this year although some busI- the experiment station. Complaint filed herein against you

ness indicators still remain at In the above entitled cause on or
that before the 18th day of September.
. lowered levels, the Florida State : : : Any turpentine practice A. D. 1961. upon H. T. Cook. Es-

f Chamber of Commerce reports:. : leaves the turpentined portionon whose plaintiff's address is attorney Citizens herein.Bank
1 the tree free of metal and Building Bunnell Florida. "The

"On the good side was a and makes its marketable for Flagler Trihune" is hereby desig-
nated as the newspaper in which
slight improvement in non-farm lumber, poles and pulpwood is this order shall be published oncea

employment. June's ,index (a a very good practice. HEREIN week for four FAIL consecutive NOT OR A weeks.DE-

measure of the employmentlevel CREE PRO CONFESSO WILL BE
Most turpentine farmers look
i ENTERED AGAINST YOU FOR
) stood at 207 comparedwith upon gum as their, chief sourceof SUCH' .FAILURE
The nature this
or
suit Is a bill
204 in January. For the income and the by-product is for divorce.

first monthly gain since .November Aa 2I: ; !: : lumber, poles and pulpwood. Bunnell.Witness Flagler my hand County and Florida seal at

1960, June's employment to- \ this Seal 15th day of August. A. D. 1961.
(
) E. A. SMYTHEAs
tal pushed ahead of last year, Eggs, according to the Florida Clerk Circuit Court

though the gain was fractional. "There goes Uncle Willie's Uncle Willie should have I Egg Commission, are rich in Aug. J7-24-31, Flagler& Sept.County.7-4tcIN Florida.

I 'bargain-priced' rocking stayed at home-to do his protein. Eggs also contain all

'Three leading employmentcenters chair he went out-of-town to shopping. We don't mean to I the essential amino acids. THE CIRCUIT COUNTY COURT FLORIDA OFFLAGLER

Escambla, Orange and I buy!" infer by this that local merchants I I IN CHANCERY NO. 4326

Polk counties, have chalked up Uncle Willie has taken a sell a special brand I GEORGE J. LITNAK.Plaintiff, ,
THE OUTBOARDERAuthorized
gains in employment, each I fall, sure enough. He bought of merchandise that is not vs.

month during the first half of the rocking chair "on sale" available in other cities. It's I Evinrude Dealer DOROTHY GRAY Defendant.LITNAK

this year. Duval fell below only in another city. He doesn't Just that our local stores are BOATS ACCESSORIES REPAIRS NOTICE TO DEFEND
THE STATE OF
FLORIDA TO:
one month. Other large countiesfor even remember the name of dedicated to customer satis- Dockage Storage Tree Ramp Dorothy Gray LVtnak

which reports are available the store and he knows, faction. They have to be; WE FINANCE You Residence Unknown
are hereby notified that a
did not fare so well and three without trying, that 'no adsince, they depend upon "re- 825 Ballough RdDaytonaIN suit has been filed against you in

centers ran below 1960 during justment will be, made. If he peat" business to keep their Tim CIRCUIT COURT OFKIjAObUR are the hereby above entitled required cause to file: your and you an-

each of the first six months of wants another rocking chair, doors open. They consider COUNTY .FLORIDA swer with tile Clerk of this Court.
IN CHANCERY NO. 4317 and to serve a copy thereof upon
this year. he'will just have to purchase your needs for tomorrow as EMMA MURRAY the plaintiff or plaintiffs attorney.
whose name and address Is
one. well as today. Plaintiff. :
"There other vs. Ray Selden
are bright spots. Selden
WILLIAM A. MURRAY. Building
income ( Defendant. 800 Main Street
Cash received through
This Community Ad Sponsored By NOTICE TO DEFEND Daytona Beach. Floridanot
May) by the state's farmers and later
THE STATE OF FLORIDA. TO: than September 29th.

ranchers was 17 per cent over The Flagler Tribune William Residence A.Unknown Murray I A.If D.you 1961.fail to do so. decree pro

1960 and 5 per cent over the You are hereby notified that a confesso will be entered againstyou
suit has been filed against you in for the relief demanded in the
peak year 1959. the above entitled cause; and you bill of complaint. The nature of
are hereby required to file your answer said suit being for divorce.
"In addition, in manu- with the Clerk of this Court WITNESS my hand and seal of
wages and to serve a copy thereof upon said Court this 22nd day of August
facturing plants have bettered the plaintiff or plaintiffs attorney, A. D. 1961.Official .
whose name and address is: ( Seal)
this year over 1960; savings in BY APPOINTMENT ONLY W. Cecil Grant E. A. SMYTHE

financial institutions are con- 407% Main Street Clerk of said Circuit Court
Daytona Beach. Floridanot Aug. 31 & Sept. 7-14-I--4tc
siderably above last year; non- later than September 15th, A. D. --
1961. IN THE: CIRCUIT COURT OF
farm mortgage volume shows NEW at If you ,fall to do so, decree pro FLAGLER COUNTY. FLORIDA,
improvement and business ,incorporations confesso will be entered againstyou IN CHANCERY NO. 4328
for the relief demanded in the ROSS H. ALLISON.
have turned up- bill of complaint. The nature of Plaintiff.VS. .

ward Gains in gasoline BRANNAM'S HEALTH STUDIOExclusive said suit being for divorce. .
again.
WITNESS my hand and seal of SARAH M. ALLISON.
sales, though not so strong as said Court this 11th day of Au- Defendant.
gust A. D. 1961. NOTICE TO DEFEND
previously, were up 2 per cent (Official Seal THE STATE: OF FLORIDA. TO:
E. Sarah M.
Allison ,
through June this year. Clerk of said Circuit Court Washington Street

"The. other _side of the coin Aug. 1724.31 & Sept. 7-4tc Mount Holly. New Jersey
You are hereby notified that a
shows Floridians following the IN THE CIRCUIT COURT, SEVENTH suit. has been filed against you in
JUDICIAL CIRCUIT IN the above entitled cause and
; you
national trend in tightening up AND FOR FLAGLER COUNTY are hereby required to file your answer -
on spending. Measured by sales FLORIDA. IN CIIANCERY NO. 4324 with the Clerk of this Court.
Frances Stewart Rucker Fulcher and to nerve a ropy thereof upon
tax receipts, business in only In Plaintiff, the plaintiff or plaintiff's attoney

one month this year equaled Flagler County Thurston Cdnrad. vs. Fulcher. whose Ray name Selden and address Is:

I 1960 and the six months take Defendant. Selden Building
NOTICE TO DEFENDIN 800 Main Street
on business in January through THE NAME OF THE STATEOF Daytona Beach. Florida
June 3.3 cent below FLORIDA: I not later than September 29th,
was
per IMPORTED DIRECT FROM TO: Thurston Conrad Fulcher i A. D. 1961.
1960. Even then, this was a: little whose residence and addressis If you fall to do so, decree pro
unknown. confesso will be entered againstyou
better than a 4.4 per cent YOU ARE HEREBY- NOTIFIEDthat for the relief demanded in the
drop during the first three The Health a suit for' Divorce has been bill of complaint. The nature of
Spas brought against you In the Circuit ,said snit being for divorce.
months of this year. Court of Flakier County. Florida. WITNESS my hand and seal of
said Court this 23rd day of August
In Chancery by FRANCES STEWART -
"Bank debits which have hada I
I FULCHER. styled as above. A. D. 1961.Official .
long history of large over-the Of, ART RUCKER FULCHER. styledas ( Seal)
Europe E. A. SMYTHE
above and you are hereby
\ year gains in Florida, barely quired to file personally or by Clerk of said Circuit Court
re-I Aug. 31 & Sept. 7-11-21-ItcREGUEST
nosed out 1960 during the first torney with the Clerk of said
at Bunnell. Florida your answer
six months this year. Three written defenses. If any to FOR RIDS
Sealed bids will be received" in
Complaint in said suit. on or be-
monthly drops were registered. fore the 29th day of September the office of the City Clerk of the
the condition of REDUCEAverage A. D. 1961, and to serve a copy City of Bunnell. Florida in the
"Currently
Civic
thereof upon RICHARD F. CON' Center Building on or before
Florida's economy stands up NER. Attorney for Plaintiff whose 12:00 o'clock noon. oni the 18th day
address is Post Office Box 1566. of September A. '1961. for the
well when viewed against most New Smyrna Beach. Florida. following repairs to the City. of

other states. But the long-term 7-9 Ibs In Our hereby THE designated FLAGLER as TRIBUNE the news-Is Bunnell 1. Replace watertank all ladder rungs

Florida needs are multiplyingwith paper in which this Order shall where necessary. In leg ladder
be published once a week for four using 5/8'round steel.
the state's population gain- consecutive" weeks. 2. Replace all riser rods where

ing at a faster rate than income Studio With 3 Exposures. I HEREIN WILL FAIL B"NOT ENTERED OR JUDGMENT neces 3. Replace ry. all upper sway rods,

," the trade body concluded. AGAINST YOU BY DEFAULT. where necessary.
4. Rebuild catwalk under tank.
WITNESS my hand and Real of
said Court at Bunnell. Flagler 5. Install four inch sheetmeal
Countv. Florida this 21st day of downs pouting from cleanout valve
Weight Loss Guaranteed August A. D. 1961. under tank to ladder leg then
down ladder leg to ground. Secureto
CONSERVATION NEWSBy (SEAL) E. A. SMYTHE leg every ten feet with welded
"
Clerk of the Circuit Court steel stand-off clamps.
Flakier County, Florida
6. Sandblast entire exterior of
Tilmon W. RobinsonW. Richard E. Conner tank and tower with Commercial

Relax Away Your Aches & Pains Attorney. O. Box at 1566 LawP. SP-6-52T grade No.). 6 Blast cleaning. (SSPC-

H. :McBride, J. P. Swope, New Smvrna Beach. Florida 7. Apply over entire, exterior of
Lloyd Robertson and Cordell Aug. 24-31 & Sept. 7-14--4tc tank and tower two coats of
nrimer such
Robertson have recently signed IN .THE CIRCUIT COURT OFFLAGLER as SherwinWilliamsKen
Kromic or equal.
with Especially Arthritis In Our New COUNTY. FLORIDA X. Apply one Cnltf aluminum
conservation agreements IV CHANCERY NO. 4325 paint such as SherwinWilliantisSilverbrite
ANNA MAE ALEY.
Flagler Soil Conservation District Plaintiff. or equal to all primed

These four landowners rep- Kreus Thermalbadi .. va. surfaces.9. Prior to priming, apply a

resent a ,total of 5,420 additional JOHN ALEY Defendant. and recognized areas that rusticide are matins to all which joints

acres of land coming under NOTICE-TO DEFEND can't be reached by sandblast.
i THE STATE OF FLORIDA. TO: 10. Letter tank on two sides
the district's conservation pro- John Aley "BUNNF.LJ .H .
19 Mulberry Street 11. Replace all spider rods In
gram. i HEATNot Willlamaport. Pa. too of tank. where necessary.
: I You are! herphy notified that a 12. Remove all sediment and ,
\ The Flagler' SCD Board'Qf' Su- ult has been filed against you In debris from Interior.
the above entitled cause: and you 13. Apply one full coat of Tex-
pervisors held their regular are hereby required to file vour an- aco Rustproofing Compound or
with the Clerk of this Court .
.Dated 8Wpr equivalent.
the week Out Steam
meeting past
monthly and to serve a cony thereof upon ALSO furnish all 'additional ma-
with the following supervisors the plaintiff or plaintiffs attorney, terials and do all work necessaryto "
whose name And address Is: Pla"a said tank and tower In
present: R, W. Deen, Jr., chairman W_ Cecil Grant first class condition.
J07U, Main Street Each bid shall h e addressed to
and W. W
A. B. Johnston Daytona Beirh. Florida the City rv>mmi.slonr*. Bnnnell. 1
Deen. not later than September 22nd.A. Florida. Th* city Commissioner"
\ Brannam'sHealth ,: D. 191.If reserve the right to rel ct anv end I I
r vou fH to do "0. decree pro ,.1I bids and also to accent the hid !
The board discussed selectionof ; confenso will h* entered against that In Iti JU"R"me"t'111 hfi' for
,conservationfarmer vest. for the relief demanded In the he heat interest of the City of
an outstanding Mil -fomnlalnt T*.* nature of n..n..1.. W'lortda.
for 1961 'in Flaglei ; 8SM snit ".infr for divorce. WIT ESq mw hand and of"c.I-J
Studio & 'VT'r'lF.q.C; ny' hn and .p.a1. of **-1 this 29th day of August. A.D.
County. .Several names were: : &A: Gym said Court this 21st day of AugustA 1961. .: .
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consideration n. t!'.l. '' --ii ra '. -J...Vl -T1rftnn-11. fc r_ ,.raJor '
brought' up for ;:1. (Official Seal) f'_ YfE. city of Bunnell. .Florida:
but 'the 'final selection ,was delayed A. SMYTH: ATTEST F' -
? M rlc of mid Circuit Court Nancy C. RMe''r8 City Clerk
until next meeting. .. 'Ug._24,S1;.& Pt.i744-4c ', August $1 & Sept. 7-2tc II
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Rev. and Mrs. Major Arrowoodand IN THE (CIRCUIT COURT OF IN THE, NAME OF THE STATE \Va"terb Kozlowski, deceased; BoAetuaw k
FL.AGLER COUNTY, FLORIDA, OF FLORIDA. TO: 'I AO 10WSKI. if living ana if i
i :Jlagfer son Darryl from Bristol, Va. IX CHANCERY NO. 4315 Bunnell Development Company Beau, his unknown spouse heirs I
; il.: each were here on vacation last week. KENNETH G. VOGEL a dissolved Florida corporation at law. devisees, legatees grantees.
1. Plaintiff, and I. I., Moody Claude. Stewart. I I creditors lieuora or other parties :
vs. J. R. Slone and J. F. Lambert as claiming by. through unaer or .
Continued from Page 4 I I ANN MAE VOGEL, director trustees of Bunnell De- I against Boieslaw Kozlowski. deceased -
... I Mrs. J. L. Presswood and son Defendant. velopment Company and each and ; Leon Drwenskl. if living,
Lee have returned home after I NOTICE TO DEFEND all the unknown assigns success- and if dead his unknown spouse,
METHODIST CHURCH NEWS I I THE STATE OF FLORIDA TO: ors in interest trustees or other heirs at law. devisees legatees
Rev. Reyonld N. Hoover min !I visiting ten days with relatives. Ann Mae Vogel parties claiming by' through under grantees creditors lienors or oth
87 Mathlason Place said dissolved parties
or against corporation er claiming by through
ister. Church school '9:30 A. M., in Alabama _and Tennessee Matawan. New Jersey none of whom can be located under or against Leon Drwenski.
You are hereby notified that a and it not being known deceased, and \
t church service at 10:30 A. M. suit lute( been filed against you' in whether there are any surviving

Special music by the choir.: Visitors I Dana Scruggs, 3rd, of Melbourne the above entitled cause; and you trustees' Any and all persons (save and
is are hereby required to file your answer John Jackson, if living and if except the plaintiff herein) havIng -
welcome. spending this week with the Clerk of this Court. I dead his unknown spouse heirs or claiming any right titleor !
I with Mr. and Mrs. Harmon Win- and to serve a copy thereof, upon at law. devisees legatees grantees interest in and to the lands ,
The Methodist Men's Club the plaintiff or plaintiff's attorney. creditors, lienors or other parties involved in this suit and herein 1
will be, serving a ham and egg j grove. whose Ray name Selden and address. is: I I claiming by. through under or after described.The .
against John Jackson deceased;
breakfast Sunday morning, Sep- Selden Building James V. Lawrehce. if living and respective post office addressand '\
Mr: and Mrs. Lloyd Stone and 800 Main Street if dead; his unknown spouse heirs residence of each of the above ,
tember 3, from 7 to 8:30 A. M. Daytona Beach. Floridanot at'law, devisees legatees grantees named parties is unknown.
at the club house. Donationswill family from Pierson were here later than September 15th A. D. creditors lienors or other parties You and each of you are hereby
visit 1961. claiming by. through under or notified that a suit has been,
to
be $1 for 'adults and 50 Sunday her parents,. Mr. If you fail to do so. decree pro against James V. Lawrence deceased brought against you to quiet title
and Mrs. H. Gray. I II confesso will be entered againstyou ; Geo. 'V. Durrance,. if liv- to the following described lands
I' cents for children ;; for the relief demanded in.the ing; and if dead his unknown situate in Klagier County. Florida,
Mr. and Mrs. Robert Hender I bill of complaint. The nature of spouse heirs at law devisees legatees to-wit:
said suit being for divorce. grantees creditors lienors or
! son were hosts on Thursday to Thursday, Mrs. Bernie Wilson, WITNESS my hand and 'seal of other parties claiming by. through Being a part of Section 34. .
I I Mrs. Robert Owen, Mrs.: Hugh said Court this 9th day of AugustA. under or against Geo. W.. Durrance. I Township 12 South Range 31 1
the Methodist ,
school '
at .
,Sunday D. 1961.Official Sam Britt. if living and if dead East and more particularly
; their pool. There were 17 children Arnold, and Mrs. Bob Whitney ( Seal) his unknown spouse heirs at law. I described as follows: Beginning -
i accepted an invitation from the E. A. SMYTHE devisees legatees grantees creditors at the original Northeast
four Clerk of said Circuit Court corner of Section
: and adults enjoying lienors or other parties claim- 34. Township
I I Volusia-Flagler County PTA Aug. 17.24-31, & Sept. 7-4tc ing by through under or against I 12 South. Itange 31 East and '
swimming and the went
group I Sam Britt. deceased; John Fraczek. running thence South 8ts'39'i "
Council
and
to the home of Rev. and Mrs.' attended a program IN THE CIRCUIT COURT IN AND if living and if dead his unknown West along the North line of
given. by the Volusia Health De- FOR FLAGLER COUNTY, FLORIDA spouse heirs at law, devisees the said Section 34, a distance
R,. N. Hoover where they were I I IN CHANCERY NO. 431O legatees grantees creditors lIen- of 1892.18 feet to the center
invited partment.Mrs. THOMAS L. LENSSEN. ors or other parties claiming by. line of a drainage canal;
to a hamburger fry. I thence South 17"20'21*
Plaintiff through under or against John East
I Fraczek deceased;. Waleria Koz- along the center line of said
I Sara Cramer of Daytona BUNNELL DEVELOPMENT lowski. if living and if dead his canal, a distance of 384.3L
FLAGLER BEACH COMPANY, a dissolved Florida unknown spouse. heirs at law. devisees -: feet: thence South IS'53'34"
PTA NEWS Beach spent two days here this, corporation etc. et 'al. legatees grantees creditors West along said center line,
I week. / Defendants.NOTICE lienors or other parties claim- a distance of 1457.91 feet;
The executive board of the TO DEPEND ing by. through under or against thence South 26'17'54 West.
---- S along said center line a dis-
Flagler Beach Parent-Teacher tance 'of 232.33 feet: thence
.. South: 30003'49 West along;
Association held a meeting : said center line a distance oC
>" : 116.42 feet; thence South 51'57'57" -
-
Thursday evening to discuss the >>
l West along said center
program for the ensuing : ; : line a J distance of 96.31 feet;
year.
1 : > thence South 73'50'31 West
Mrs. Robert Owen presided and .' ,, < ) ;: along said center line, a dis-
: tance of 108.35 feet: thence-
.
1 eight other members were present 0- South 84'38'45. West along
;: ( said center line a distance of
740:37: feet: thence South 59'-

One project recommended for \ .... iCORYAM5 48'16'Vcst., along said centerline

.. this year was discussed and de S to 'the, a East distance line of of 65.90 Tract feet 10

cided. It was for a public address .... of Block B of Section 34.
Township 12 South. Range 31
system for the school cafe. l East; thence South 048'21"
torium. East along the East line of
the said Tract 10. a distance
The first meeting for this year of 378.56 feet to an Intersec-
tion with the center line of
will be Tuesday, September 5, the Korona Canal; thence

I at 7:30 P. M. in the school cafe- South the center 74'01'IS line of East the Korona along;

torium. Walter Morris, county da doors open t fuB .iMdmi tafht is I low 14'in! +:.; ,,.w,. ., feet to an intersection with
music director, will present a the East line of the said Sec-
tion 34; thence North I'BO'zV
I program on elementary music. East along the East line of

Chairmen appointed by Mrs. the said Section 34, a distance
&: ii of 3605.83 feet to the point of
j Owen for the year are: Devotional beginning of this description

i. Mrs. Henry Shill, hospitality RAMPSlDC-Ron!out the! heavy loads Bearings Mercator are East referred Grid Azimuthand to the
t -nothing to it u this one! ,
Mrs. E. P. Britt; program, parcel containing 164.348

Mrs. Hugh Arnold; publicity, .,.._, acres.

Mrs. 'Leonard Johnson member J' ALSO:
; A part of Section 26, Town-
ship, Mrs.. Bob Whitney, educa- ship 12 South Range 31 East
and being more particularly
tional TV, Mrs. Bernie Wilson; described. as follows: Beginning -

health and safety, Mrs. Frank I corner at of the Section original 26.Southwest Town-

Boswell. NOW'S THE TIME to save more truck.I and ship running 12 South.thence Range North 31 East!--

Other. elected officers serving OO'SO West. along the West
f with :Mrs. Owen line of the said Section 26.'a.
Harold
are ,. distance of 660.0 feet; thence-
Smith, vice president; Mrs. dollars the more4or dollarimcksl! North 8859'30 East a distance -
on -your of 1021.69 feet to an intersection -
Charles Meekins, secretary; and with the center line-

Mrs. Ray Martel, treasurer. of the Old Kings Road; thence-
I South 2037'00 East along:
I the center line of the Old

Mr. and Mrs. O. A. Brantley SAVE! You just can't beat August buys for saving. It's the time of year when Kings 700.63 feet Road to a the distance South line of

( spent Saturday in Jacksonville Chevrolet dealers traditionally pull all the stops. You'll find sweeter-than-ever I of the said Section" 26; thence
South
8869'30' West along
.. visiting with their son in law I savings waiting for you on every '61 Chevy truck-from the nimble Corvair 95's, the South line of the said
Section 26. distance of
and daughter', Rev. and Mrs. A. right up to the mighty mediumand heavy-duty jobs. Come in and save a bundle! 1255.81 feet to a the point of

Englemann. beginning .of this description.
Excepting however. Right of
Way of the Old Kings Road.
Bearings are referred to the
r Miss Barbara Weaver was the SAVE! You just can't beat Chevy trucks for working. With Chevy's easier riding Mercator East Grid Azimuthand
of :Miss Janice parcel containing 17.261
last guest Burdette, Independent Front Suspension, loads ride easier, drivers stay fresher, the truck acres.
week in New Smyrna.
; lasts longer. You get more work, more hauls, for your truck dollars! ALSO
A part of Section 27. Town-
Mr. and Mrs. Andy Anderson ship 12 South. Range 31 East
and more particularly described -
i and son Greg from East Point, V as follows: Beginning at

I J Ga., spent several days here last SAVE! And for'the frosting on the cake-you just can't beat Chevy trucks at trade-in of the Section original 27.Southeast Township corner 12

f week visiting with her parents, time. Latest official industry reports:prove that Chevrolet trucks lead in trade-in' ning South.thence Range 31 South East and 88-39'39 run-

:Mr. and Mrs. Henry Barditzky.Mr. value, week after week, over every major competitor in Chevy's price range.* West along the South line- of
fT and Mrs. the said Section 27, a distanceof
Barditzky came
1892.18 feet to an Intersec-
from Eustis to meet them here. Based on official figures from Automotive Market Report. tion with the center line ofa
drainage canal; thence-
f. North 1720'21 West along;
Visiting with Mr. and Mrs. said canal center line a dis-
'
'f tance of 513.68 feet; thence
Owen Kirkpatrick was her nephew ) '. : ; 'Z'H; CHEVROLET TRUCKS North 2200'50West, along
said canal center line, a distance -
:
Darryl Skipper, from Cochran of 178.22 feet; thence
Georgia. North 88'39'39 East a distance -
\ of 2100.51 feet to the
S East line of the said Section
! 27; thence South 100'30 East
! Otis Magee returned to his along said East line a distance -
home here after of 660.0 feet to the pointof
\ Sunday night p
H beginning of this descrip-
t : taking a trip to Oklahoma tion. Bearings are referred to
the Mercator East Grid Azi-
s. where he visited his
; mother.
.- muth and parcel .containing
I 30.160 acres


i- Douglas Schatz arrived home .,-. .'" ,...."w..v, ;.... All ALSO of Section 35 Township
t ; *
this week after spending six 12 South. Range 31 East con-

! months in the Mediterranean taining 237.808 acres. Except-
ing however ht-of-Way of
f Sea with the U. S. Navy. Douglas the Old Kings Road.

I' has finished his term of enlistment In the above styled court by the

W X l' above named plaintiff and you are
I hereby required to tile personally
r or by your attorney with the Clerk
of said Court your answer or oth-
I I II er defensive pleadings to the complaint -
t vYaffe in said suit and to serve
Community a copy thereof upon H. T. Cook;
sent sea a hMvrmM kaadte esq. plaintiffs attorney whose address -
M ctsfly
I I Memorial Church is Bunnell Florida, on or before -
WIde dIoice fI pIcbps! the 28th day of September
I toctoda ft nttttfe A. D. 1961. and The Flagler Tri-
later-4ea m1aat1..1t bune which is a newspaper meetIng -
the requirements prescribed by
t
AIR CONDITIONED
law for such purpose is hereby
Daytona .ATe.i. See your local authorized Chevrolet dealer designated as the newspaper in
which this notice shall be
published
i.- FLAGLER BEACH 111 .......... .L T.e T once weeks.a week for four consecutive --

p Herein fail not or Decree Pro
l' Sunday School 10:00)( A.M. Confesso will be entered against

Church Service 11:00 A.M..
you.Witness
r.... HALL-TUMUN CHEVROLET' COMPANYTELEPHONE ,my hand as Clerk and
f I Ii; R. W. DICKERT. Pastor I the seal of said 'court this 17th
day of August. A. D. ifll. '
"EVERYONE: 'wELCOMni E. A. SMYTHE
I ID 7-3131 BUNNELL, FLORIDA As Clerk of the above styled court
Aug. 24-91 & Sept. 7-14-Ite


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or so." instead of dials, smaller instru-I I the available combinations of I sent any difficulties since all I
New Phone I I
Style "We simply need more prefix -I ments, and a new "family" of j central office codes (or telephone :j I dials will continue to have both

codes than the name and residence and business service.,:"names," if you will) from 540'{letters and numerals until all

Numbers Coming I number system will give us for I For example: there's in dialing J to 800. "That ought to carry us t numbers have been changed all

i flexibility to fill public tele- which provides direct dialing to'I into the 21st century," Moore I over the country."

The gradual introduction of a phone demands, and to move I extension phones without going:,said. -

forward with a whole new tech- through a private switchboard;i
new telephone number, systemin "
he said "all
nology developed by Bell Tele operator, and Direct Distance j "Eventually, ,
-all exchanges in Flagler and { numbers in these
Volusia counties will commence phone Laboratories. In the future Dialing, which will enable customers I(telephone exchanges Sarah E. Martel
will be to the
are push-button phones- to dial anywhere in the:l changed
tomorrow-September 1, according I
NOTARY PUBLICFLAGLER
I i new plan. No time schedule has
United States and to many overseas -
to Buck Moore, district man-
been set, however. In the mean- BEACHHE
ager for Southern Bell in Daytona I points. I[time, it is not expected that the 9.2203-Lehigh St.

Beach. The All-Number plan increases I!gradual change-over will pre-

-
Christened "All-number Call- .
--
Ing" (ANC) the plan uses seven

numerals instead of the familiar (Continued from page 5) VEGETABLE GROWERS !

two letters 'and five numerals.
Mrs..Ethel Goodson of Chatta-
For example Daytona Beach'stelephone :
business I nooga, Tenn., arrived Monday to
office number
spend some time here with Mr. VGADEX
' will, be 2529001.
and :Mrs. Louis Barrs.

... Pierson and Orange -City: exchanges -

have been operating fMr. and Mrs. George Geibert
KEEPWEEDS
CAN
with this system in use 100 per I and son, Holland, of Jacksonville I

cent for some time. In all other Mrs. John Rodgers and
.

: exchanges, DeLand, New Smyrna J daughter, Daphne, Travis Cham- I "

Beach, Oak Hill, Daytona Beach bers, and Mrs. Wilda Cobb vis-

.. Flagler Beach and Bunnell, new ited in Daytona Beach Sunday OUT OF YOUR CABBAGEKills

services installed beginning with Mr. and Mrs. Gales Cones.

September 1 will have the new the grassy annuals and many broadleafs as they sprout
type numbers. Also, wheneverit They attended the Baptismalof
is to change the Cones' young son, Gales, Last year, growers from coast to coast proved they cut hand .
necessary any II. at the Christ Methodist weeding labor costs$20 to$90 per acre by spraying VEGADEX .:
telephone number, the new system ... ...
will be used."We're Church. Mr. and Mrs. Geibert as they planted. Treat your overall field, or row treat. LEAVE '

are the Godparents. I I an untreated patch and SEE the difference. _
trying to look forward
Increased demand has led to big volume production-and .
not only to the next few years, Mr. and Mrs. Cone, entertainedthe .
lowered costs.
but to the year 2,000," Moore group at a dinner at their

said. "A booming population home following the service. The This saving is passed on to you. Now, you can spray VEGA-

will catch up with our present I dinner was also in celebrationof DEX at a lower cost and eliminate practically all hand weeding

numbering system in many localities Mr. Chamber's birthday an labor costs. One gallon treats about 1 acre overall; 2 to 4 acres

within the next decade. niversary. Mr. Chambers is the of row treatment. Come in-let us give you the facts that will

father of Mrs. Cone. She is the save you money. '

former Miss June Chambers of

.CLASSIFIEDADS Bunnell.Mr. G9ffY1T THE KILGORE SEED COMPANY "


and Mrs. Ernest Taylor Monsanto Division of Asgrow Seed Company

have returned from a visit in I II
FARM Hastings, Florida
Listings under lhl heading are South Carolina with relatives. CHEMICALS
3 rent per word each Insertion, :
accompanied home
They were
75 cent Im minimum charge. ,
by his mother, Mrs. Nellie Taylor
FOR SALE-Shallow well pump, who will spend some time.
works OK,. $15.00. 1956 2-door

'Ford mechanically OK, good
CARD OF THANKS
', rubber, body poor, make good
With deep appreciation I .would
beach ,buggy, $125.00. Large ... ..... ..
like to thanks to
tarpaulin $12.00 .,Call HE 9.2035, express my
friends and neighbors for
Ken-Mar Motel, Flagler Beach. my I ...., ...
their many expressions of sym :
Aug. 31-2tc '}':;\{:V.ti AVfJNIN MIINA!:
pathy and flowers sent at the :: v ss S1M

FOR RENT-Large ''house on 20 passing of my brother, William

acres. Contact A. B. .Powell, Box Kilper. Your kindness will al.

456, Bunnell. 8-31-ltp ways. be remembered. \ ::: fl \\3&4 { i;
Chris Kilper. YS: '
TOR SALE-3 bedroom house,

contact Sam Haywood, 1007
Moody Blvd., or phone ID 7-3273. AMERICANS EAT

.Aug. 31-2tp LESS FRESH. MORE 's .; \tii:;
'i.tt .
FOR RENT OR SALE-3 bed- PROCESS VETABLES

room house at nqrth end of Pal- ,
Americans are eating more
metto, Flagler Beach, on boat than their fill 1.
vegetables per person
canals, cool pleasant living, exceptional -
did 50 ,
grandparents years ago [
value beautiful
but the use of fresh vegetablesis *
terior and exterior
$90.00 in-I on the decline, according to
month for 1
September a report from the U. S. Depart-
pancy. Contact present' ment of Agriculture.This :
or Alexander Lumber Co. '
Daytona decrease in the use of
Beach Florida. 7-20-TF I
fresh vegetables has been 'off. ,444&Jp

Wanted at Once Rawleigh set 'by marked increases in con- I.

dealer in Flagler Co. See C. D. sumption of processed vegetables

Gall, Rt. 2, Box 223, Palatka, or in recent years. Vegetable con-

write Rawleigh's Dept. FAH-360- sumption per capita is about 15 .

3, Memphis, Tenn. per cent greater today than 50 .v'f

Aug. 31731.3tp years ago.FLORIDA'S.


Ocean front housekeeping apart- BEEiPOPULATION can you picture your family

ments, 1 and 2 bedrooms. compete r
with linens and all utilities. LEADS simmering this summer?

Sun deck, fishing, swimming, SOUTHEAST STATES

loafing. Day, week or month. I I.
Sun Sea Manor, Flagler Beach. Florida leads all southeasternstates c' air condition electrically NOW!
'.
HE 9.2082 7-6tf' on July 1 in terms' of bee

colonies hand with total
---- on a
Plan now for real summer comfort for family. Enjoy
FOR RENT-Unfurnished large of 283,00 colonies an increaseof ;your
crisp, cool, mountain-fresh weather inside home
2-bedroom your -no
garage apartment.Call 2 cent over last
per year.
matter how hot and and the air ATTIC and, WINDOW
sticky be
HE 9-2318, or see Zeke John D. Haynie, apiculturistwith I muggy may
VENTILATING FANS
Chaffee. 11-17-tf the Florida Agricultural outside.; In addition to providing cool comfort, Electric Air WONDERFUL AIDS

Extension Service, Georgiawas I Conditioning filters out irritating: dust and pollen, controlsARE .
: says TO COOL COMFORTThey
FOR RENT f umlsned 2 bedroom humidity,locks out street noises makes easier
,
" second in the Southeast housekeeping remove hot,stale air
one bath house Daytona Ave., with and helps prevent mildew caused by excess moisture. _
215,000 colonies, followed : draw in clean fresh air.
Flagler Beach. Completely rent -
ovated. $65.00 per month. Keys by Alabama, North Carolina, For complete comfort-summer and winter-investigate ? I' r.
i:" Tennessee, Virginia:, Kentucky, year-round Electric Air Conditioning. +
be
can picked up ,at Sullivan's '
Mississippi and South Carolina.
'. Gulf: Station. Nov 10tfXNX The Agricultural Marketing, Why delay when happier healthier living for your'entirefamily j 1'* "

-NXN.X- V-N/- -- --1 Service reports 'newly extracted I costs so little! ? Sunshine Service Electricity now a '

t JOHNSTON'SLAGLER 1 honey in northwestern Florida: bigger bargairithan ever.Buy Electric Air Conditioning on ;;tIlIC l WITH\ '.zg

met good demand in late July. the"Whole House" or the aAdd-a-Room-aYear" plan. k
'
;,
BEACH REALTY CO.IXJTS .
,
''::, ,.HOMES,. OCEAN FRONT,.' Florida extracted amber-tupelo ; See your. electric appliance dealer today. -

.\ WATER ACREAGE FRONT FARMS 19 honey cents in per 60-pound pOund'from cans brought honey. : .: >..:;; 1 .
+
: bottlers in late July. -' : 'CltPFL tameless L
f" .' See us for,.yoor reed. ,e*tete need ?to' ( v:J.. ....._.................. .-
/Office, Phone, HE 9-2242. '!< ,
tjtocldcnee Phases ID 7.3881 tthe': man who, d06 't'' thjnk : :; '*: 1FL'BRi0A'; : POWER & _LIGHT COMPANY. : .:;..

: '' twice'' before he speak : *talks 'Jc. t:. : 'HELPING BUILD FLORIDA r.
!': .OP_ ID 7-3517
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