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 Material Information
Title: The Flagler tribune
Physical Description: Newspaper
Language: English
Publisher: s.n.
s.n.
Place of Publication: Bunnell Fla
Creation Date: November 30, 1961
Publication Date: -1981
Frequency: weekly
regular
 Subjects
Subjects / Keywords: Newspapers -- Bunnell (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Flagler County (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Genre: newspaper   ( marcgt )
newspaper   ( sobekcm )
Spatial Coverage: United States -- Florida -- Flagler -- Bunnell
Coordinates: 29.4675 x -81.256944 ( Place of Publication )
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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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Source Institution: University of Florida
Holding Location: University of Florida
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 Related Items
Preceded by: St. Johns tribune
Succeeded by: Palm Coast news
Succeeded by: Flagler/Palm Coast news-tribune

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VOLUME 49, NO. 47 BUNNELL, FLORIDA THURSDAY NOV. 30, 1961 $2.50A: YEAR

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Fall Term of I!j S...A. Winners. To. I Lighting Contest I LIONS CLUB WILL j-Midget-;; Football "' "'1



Circuit CourtDecember (I(Speak At Rotary' Sponsored By i SPONSOR TWO i "Bowl Game"I

I
The Rotary Club of Bunnell TURKEY SHOOTSThe ; I

11 I'will have as guests today Jame- Lions Club r Here
[ i SaturdayThe
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sene Dawson and Susan Wads- ii Lions Club of Bunnell is I

i j worth who were Decent winners i sponsoring two turkey shoots
The fall term of Circuit Court The Bunnell Lions Club will) First Annual "Birthplace :
: I scheduledfor I.lof I.
tin the State "Hire the Handicapped" -; this year. The first is .
for will atI again this an outdoor ; Speed" Midget Football Bowl ;
Flagler County
open J year sponsor
{ essay contest. December 9th, and the time :
t 9 o'clock A.M., .December 11. i Jamesene and Sunsan are both I i .Christmas Lighting Contest i,I'and place will lbe announcedI Game will be held on the Bun- i';:

The court session will be held I in Bunnell. All outdoor I nell football field Saturday I:
members of the Bunnell High next week.
s in the circuitcourt rooms ,of the j I lightings will be included in night, December 2nd, at 7:30. 1:
School Senior Class. They will The second shoot will be heldon
I Flagler county courthouse with the judging which will be made I I Playing in the bowl game will I'
j be introduced by Cliff McGriff, I I December 16th, place to be j )
Circuit Judge Howell Melton I on Saturday evening, December I :be the Ormond ,Beach Redskins :
program chairman. announced later. Proceeds 'from!, !
I 23rd. and the Knoxville Tennessee
,
presiding.The I1 : {!
Walter Eberhardinger and the shoots will be used by the I
docket this session of All those who have outdoor 'I Falcons Jones Or-
for ,Baby Johnny I
I I
I Buddy Cook were recent guests club on their community projects -
court is composed mostly of lightings are asked to mail a 'I''I'I mond Beach recreational direc-
jof the club. I I ,, it was stated.Cannon I l
i.. civil cases with the possibility II I card to Publicity Chairman Leon I I tor, said today.
J Ii IiI
: of two criminal cases being 'I ard Moody, Box 38, Bunnell, j I; The Bowl Game is being

heard. Fellowship For I stating the name and location Attends !J sponsored-by the Ormond Beach ( f

Following is the list of jurors lof the lighting display. This request !I|Recreation Department and the

I who have been called' for this' I Nancy WalkerAt is being made so that the Convention Of I[Senior Class of Bunnell High 'I

session 'of court: judges who -are not familiar j School. Members of the senior
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.: M. C. Strickland, Jr., Virgil with the 'addresses, will have i class are incharge of advance !

D. Smith, Sam Broadaway, Lon. Stetson Univ.I I the needed information and will School 'Counselors sale of tickets and also, the gate I

nie E. Hart, Charles Smigielski, I I not overlook any entry. receipts Saturday night. \

A. T. Zalewski, Walton Johns Thirteen Stetson University I Three cash prizes will be I Guidance Counselor John Cannon Spencer Davis is coach for the :

ton, Ted "Ni vak, Arthur J. Wilson seniors and one graduate student for- given this-year. Prizes will be I will represent the Flagler Knoxville Midgets'. Johnny Jones f fI

James D. Buono, Lucial I I have been" nominated : $10 for first, $5 for second and I County School System at the 1 I I'I I is head coach for the Redskins I Ii

Lamar Harris, Jr., Lee Jackson, the Woodrow Wilson Fellowships I I$3 for third, place winners. !Florida Association of Deans;i;,and is assisted by Mickey West- \,
Bernie P. M. H. for the 1962.63 academic year; 'I :
McKenney, I land berry.
Counselors in Daytona
I I
Dunson, George R. Kendall, it was learned here recently.Among' Tom Sheriff will announce the ;
Beach
j through Saturday
f. the 13 seniors is Costs today
Hugh W.Arnold, Alton C. Har I Education i noon. I I game and Bill Quinlan will t
'
ris, Johnny Mercer, Martin B.I Nancy Walker of New Smyrna i handle downs marker. The chain.

McDaniel, Rufus Steward, Paul I Mr.Beach.and She Mrs.is the Gordon daughter(Jinx of) iIn State Rose 11, I Board Volusia of Public and Instruction Flagler Couny and I marker will be handled by Jack

Carrilet, Thomas F. Carmody, I the Beach Junior Col- Hall and Scotty Crews. Johnny
Daytona
Jerome F. Burnsed_ Clarence Walker of New Smyrna Beach i I Metts will be in charge of the
Otis and the 'granddaughter of Mrs. lOver NationalExpenditures lege are hosting the conference. I II
Magee, I j The first general conference .Scoreboard. Stephen Searle will
Jeff Cockrell Robert O. Owens Daisy Walker of Bunnell. I
session will begin at 2 P.M. at have charge of the concession.
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Nancy was recently named for all public education : I i
L. B. Mc-
Fred Brannam, Harry ,the Daytona. Plaza Hotel with Mr. Jones said in behalf of
Kenney, Robert Bratcher, JackL. I as I Volusia School
James S. 'Eva sonality, 'of the Week." Nancy totaled, $461,300,000 during the I County Supt.
Dupont, Bray, John i H. Smiley presiding. Dr. Department, he extends sincere
is a math major senior and fiscal year 1960, an 11 per cent i
erette Durrance Robert Bertha. thanks
I Paul Edris to the City of Bunnell
Dr.
F.
I Roy Bergent -
honor roll student 'She is active increase the :
over compared
year
Remley Murray, Edward Eat.k and city commissioners for their
a r t .! t n will. officially welcome,...the.delegates .
in manyampuS; aCtivities. with afuitIonaf1.: average gainof T i iI
'man. Jr., and Richard R. :Mostoy;.1 H I[ who all tferihlssloh to use The municipal
represent
Shy 'is vice and
first
president 8 per cent, the' Florida State !ballfleld for this
game. Also to
counties of the state.
standard boards chairman of I
f Chamber of Commerce reports. 'the senior class for their
Select Right Mr. Cannon will .attend as a splendid
Chi social
per'capita
Alpha Omega so- "On a basis, this .
cooperation.This
member of the association. He

Christmas Toys !I rority.She is also Religious Life.amounts ridian. The to $92 national for every averagewas Flo- has served as a member of the is the first Birthplace of

Evaluation Committee has Speed Bowl Game and plans are
Council Representative for the $104 and both amounts and
I worked with the Convention underway to make it an annual ,
For YoungstersChristmas Wesley Foundation, charter were up 6 per cent over 1959. event.

member of National 'Math Hon- In spite of this, gain, 34 states I Committee. He will lead a group
The
can be a very discussion during the confer lineup-Falcons: I'I
. unhappy holiday if care is not orary Kappa Mu Epsilon. Vice-!had a higher per capita expenditure -I ence. Aronld, left end; Daniel, left
president of Student Govern- I for public education than 'I I
exercised in selection of toys for Flagler County Supt of Public tackle; Humphrey, left guard;
ment Association, a member of did Florida last
youngsters, the State Board of I year. Instruction Dean Holland and I Davis center; Bullard, right
Student Union Board, publica- "Th funds
expended for pub
Health> says. I tions Board and .assistant dorm lic, education were derived principally Principal James Craig of Bun- I I I'guard; Maples, right tackle; I

._ "Christmas may come but director of Stetson Hall. I nell have been invited to attend Williams, right end; Robinson,
from state, and
once a year," said Claudius J. county the convention. I'I quarterback; Worsham or Tay-
Each fellowship carries a liv- municipal taxes and borrowings.It I ,
Walker, in charge of the board'saccident ."lor, left half; Leahy, right half; i
I ing allowance of $1,500 for single also included those federal
I i Cate
fullback. I
prevention program, ,
I'students and pays the full cost funds channeled through the,
"but accidents can, come more Redskins
of tuition and fees. There are school for such II lineup: ,
I system purposes Health Board j
often-and death only once. ; .
Bozeman left end; Bowman,
allowances for of I
dependents I as the relief of impacted areas,
I
Toys should be larger than ayoungster's left tackle Lee Collins, left
married recipients. Only a few lunches, vocational education,(Warns About' I I ;
fist, he said; and
guard; Weeks center Wetherall,
;
of those nominated will receive I and others.
dull cutting edges can cause I right guard tackle
Segren right
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the fellowships. I "State universities and I
I public
more harm than sharp ones. Trailer Gas HeatYou I Shaughnessy, right end; Shaw,
junior colleges received"$60,800000 ,-
Chemicals should be for teen- '
quarterback Richard Collins, ,f
Beach of the total last year, a gainof can't smell, taste or see ;
agers; .lead-painted toys should Flagler j(left half; Howell'fullback; Con- ;
14' per cent over 1959. A it-but carbon monoxide from
be' avold d. {
I
''rey: right half.
total of. $388,900,000 was spent trailer heaters can kill I II
Toys for age groups suggest-J Woman's Club you
Ij f) ed are: age 0.2: large soft balls | I!I on' public! elementary and high says the State Board of Health. I I

or animals, sturdy rattles, round- Christmas CarnivalThe i:schools (up 12 per cent) and Each year it takes a number Legion Groups
j
cornered blocks, push and pull | I[$11,600,000 went to the support of lives in the United States due i i'I

"l 2.3 horse, tricycle Christmas Carnival will 1 lof I schools for the handicapped to faulty heaters but there 'were I'
toys; age : hobby I Christmas Party
picture book, crayons open at the Woman's Clubhouseon and for state supervision of local no 'deaths reported from heaters 'I !f.

age 3-4: furniture, toy gardenor S. Central Ave., Flagler schools. in trailers last year, says A. W. I To Be December 11 ". :

sand tools, drum, costume, Beach, at 11 o'clock Saturday "Expenditures for new build- :Morrison, Jr., director of the I I l

blocks; morning, December 2. It will ings and equipment at univers board's division of sanitation.The The annual Christmas Party ;

Age 4.6: construction sets, continue until 8 o'clock in the ities and colleges accounted for board is charged with licensing for' members of the American :

paints, crayons, paper cutouts, evening. $16,000,000 and $79,100,000 was all trailer 'parks of Legion Post and American Le

scooters, housekeeping toys. There will be candy booths, spent for new elementary and which there were some 2,500 last gion Auxiliary Unit and their ,

blackboards; age 6.8: toy tools, homemade baked 'goods booths, high schools. The total of, these year holding 80,000 trailers. families will be held at the .

skates, animated electrical toys White Elephant booth: Fish two capital investment sums Warm weather, has resulted in Bunnell Community Center .on

with underwriters approval, puz- Pond, and many other displays was one per cent over 1959. some delay of the southern mi- December 11.

zles, games; age 8 and up: which will include the Parrot "In addition tothe new build- gration of trailer tourists this The traditional turkey dinner

hobby equipment, musical In- Village display. There will also ,Ings; schools expenditures went year but this should pick up with all the trimmings,; will be

struments,' sports equipment be many handmade Christmasgift for general operation expenses, with the advent of colder weather served at 6:30 P.M. The Legion ,

trains, bicycles, science sets. articles door prizes, novel- salaries, transportation, health : Morrison suggested that all will furnish -the turkey and the

ties.At and library and' recreational facilities trailer owners check these .six Auxiliary members will bring t

OLD PAPER- DRIVEThe 11 o'clock a sandwich, cof Interest on debt, 'costsof points to help insure against covered dishes. .

fee and cold drink bar will be ,retirement programs and icost hazards, of carbon monoxide Following the dinner, they

Drive for old papers and open. Beginning at five o'clock of agricultural. experiment stations poisoning or death. will have the usual exchangeof I

magazines being conducted by the club will serve a spaghettior and 'other special services See that heating equipment is gifts. The representatives .of

the Flagler Beach Methodist beef stew dinner. were not included in these tab proPerly vented; that outside Boys State and Girls State will ::

Men will continue for several I The Stf Mary's Guild and the ulations. air source is provided; that be special guests at the dinner ;

weeks. Those who have old Idlewood Club of Bunnell 'will burners are properly adjusted; and social meeting. t

paper to 'be picked up may call sponsor booths at the carnival.St. White Sands National Monument that the heater is operated at ,

HE 9-22S9 .or, see C. B.: Hull. Mary's will have the ,home in New Mexico contains the designed burning rate; that April is the.time x>f year In t'

[made baked' goods and the Idle- the world's largest surface deposit ,only the proper type of fuel is Florida when harvesting of the ,

Florida peanut derivativesmay wood Club will. have a candy I of gypsum. When baked;burned j ; that fuel 'lines, combustion spring and winter celery crops, ;.

'be uSed'.in' -more than 300 booth. .There. is. no admission the soft white, gypsum sand be- chambers and valves are overlap, causing, abundant sup-

products., | charge to. the. ...carnival., 'comes pure plaster of paris. 1 checked for leaks. plies. -
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PAGE TWO THE FLAGLER, TRIBUNE,_-BUNNELL. FLORIDA Thursday. Nov. SO! 1961 "
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I'derful job. /'

S I Ii Coach Manuel did a good job. 1 AREA BUSINESS (DIRECTORYAIR 1 il
i Each boy learned a lot,and we

> 1 1I' are going to ,have a" good team, .
:L next year. Every boy who will
I CONDITIONING-HEATING I|I FLORIST
play next year will learn more -

! I I las they know what Coach Manuel FLORIDA AIRCONDITIONING I Ii I Whatever The Occasion

I'B I wants: To you boys who i CO. i i -Say It With Flowers

!, Leslie Pacha i played your last game for the! Of Daytona Inc. I I from
Bulldogs and to you who will AIR CONDITIONINGSHEATING

BULLDOGS CLOSE OUT 1I 1\i could, not, deploy their power I win some more, and to our i GENERAL, SHEET METAL: i Black's Flower Shop

i SEASON 'WITH 400: GAME and were, using,a lot of end runs:I coaches I say you played as I "We're Proud of Our Work" I I Phone ID. 7-3348 ,

and many penalties were, called champs and still 330 Walker Holly Hill OR 7-612Q) 111 N. Forsythe Bunnell
1 j Bunnell Bulldogs closed out I ,are champsbut
them for offside and I I
, j I' their '1961 football season with against the uncrowned.. Good ,luck, to I AUTO SERVICE FUEL OILKING'S .
backfield in motion. But all. I
a 40-0 win over Keystone Heights.Wednesday I,Keystone boys were just too I you McDANIEL'S II
I TRUCK STOP
night of last week. I I
light'and would not have been
DO YOU REMEMBER?
I Service Stati'on' .,PHILLIPS 66 GAS & OILS
able to stand the grueling ,
power
his
Coach Manuel started
i of the Bunnell team. The The Bunnell High .School girls STANDARD OIL PRODUCTS I J. L. IRWIN Prop.
seniors in this homecoming
. ", basketball team played their
ubr1caUon-Tires-Batteries
' Bulldogs closed out, their first Tires-Batteries-Minor Repairs I
Don McNab, halfback, on
; I game. first of the 1933.34
; game seas- 4 Fuel 011, Kerosene, Tractor FuelU.
in the centerof season under Coach Manuel Bunnell ID 7-7119 I
a quick opening in
son St. Augustine; the local I .S. 1 N. Bunnell ID 7.3678
with an 8.2 record.
the line scampered over for I girls meeting the. YWCA I
girlsof I
Gulf
Biddle ServiceGASOILLUBRICATION
touchdown. Paul Sta- I I
I. a 58-yard I Bunnell 7 14 13 6 the Ancient City. GARDEN SHOPGray's
Ihe to
ton scored extra point
Keystone 0000 The game was very exciting,
: 'put the Bulldogs in front 70. I it being a nip :and tuck affairin GULF TIRES &: BATTERIESOpen I i Garden CenterHeadquarter i

j, The Bulldogs reserves played McNab, 58 yards {Burnsed to the first,. ,half. The Bunnell 7 A.M.-10 P.M.-7 Days .!! for Gardening Need

I' the quarter out. Keystone I McMillan 20 yard pass) (Kuleski girls became a little more familiar State&:Lambert us 1-ID 7-7190 1I$I.Ceramics. Glfta.Materials Dry Arrangement

i Heights fumbled twice with Pee 3 yards' and 8 yards) Burn with the new two division I I i Annuals Shrubbery Fertilizers

Wee ,Knight' and Dean Peterson sed, 4-yard run; PeeWee Knight court method they broke Colonial Service Station TORO LAWN MOWERS

1 recovering both, fumbles. 15 yard run. PAT, Staton, Mc- loose with some baskets and EARL E. RICE. ProprietorGASOILLUBRICATION 'I'I 147 Tomoka Avenue-Ph.ORMOND OR 7-051'

Fullback Wilbur ,Sheffield's Millan, Cook, and Abbott. went on to win 4120. I I .

power was withheld as the Keystone Coach Crosby made no sub- MOTOR TUNE-UP j I HARDWARE

,, line would not be able, to BULLDOGS 1961 RECORD stitutions, although a few SUls'GQpDYEAR TIRES & BATTERIES I
u.s. HIWAYfl: BUNNELL {:THAT FAMOUS PAINT
stand his power drive, and the Bun. Op. made the trip. Coach Crosby I

game was played with 10 menthe Crescent City 58 71 used the first team all throughthe ED'S, Exclusively at

last half and, also, the time contest Those playing Fri '
Orange Park 7 6
PURE OIL STATION : FLAGLER BEACHHARDWARE
was cut to keep Keystone play., St. Joseph Academy 53 0 day night, December 17, 1933, Dt wLV::'iil
ers in action.. Baldwin 13 0 were: June Brown, Norma Dur- Specializing in Wash & Waxing _
Batteries i
Tires- Accessories
The Bulldogs 'second touchdown D&B 27 6 ranee, Grace Robertson, Celia I| Flagler Beach HE 9.2103
MINOR REPAIRS
was scored by Mike Mc Father Lopez 6 12 Lord, Betty Wadsworth, and I"
u.s. llwy. 1-Bnnnell-ID 7-3138
A i
Millan on a 20-yard pass from Taylor High 38" 6 Carrie Cantrell. i I Village Hardwar.Center

J. Burnsed. Burnsed, to McMil- Hastings 0 15 I BAR AND PACKAGE STORE'BAMBOO f HOUSE: PAINTS
Ian for the extra point made
Callahan, 27 12Keystone FREE PAINT Match and niix any color
the score 140. On a punt return Heights -40 0 One BAR & COCKTAIL [Builder's Supplies KitchenworaI
of 36 yards by J. Burnsed, extra. gallon of .your choice Ir'Ir'LOUNGE'
I GIFTS GREETING CARDS
with each rallou
Kuleski who returned to you buy ,
Harry I 267 64 AlA Ormond Beach CL 2.0420
DANCING FRIDAY & SATURDAY
action:; after' a six-weeks injury,. 1 Mary Carter Paint StoreAlso FROM 9 !.

showed some nice fancy SUNDAY FROM 6 P.M.
1 Westcate fthooplnaCenter
JEWELER
'r ning and ,scored from run-I :Bulldogs Uncrowned Chomps Ocean Blvd AlA Flagler Beach' I

yard line. David Cook The.final. whistle Friday night I -
BRENNAN Jewelers
over for the extra point toI I closed out our 1961 football Community I MILLAND BAR AND I
Diamonds-Diamond Setting
make score 21.0 at the end ofM I4 son. sea-I I COCKTAIL LOUNGE i Fine Jewelry and Gifts

the half..Bulldogs. I Memorial ChurchInterdenominational I I
i *Watching the .Bulldogs from Eddie & Mary Shultz. Props. ; Hamilton, Bulova, Benrus
\ finish? T would like I I I PACKAGE GOODS :i WatchesWatchesJewelryClocks
Keystone .start to : to
'and AIR CONDITIONED 9 a. m.-2 a. m-Sun. 1 p.rn.2 a m. Repaired
12.65 Penalties 2-10 say "that our boys were,
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Ocean Blvd-Flatter Beach 60 E. Granada-Ormond-OR 7-5056
K ,13 First downs 5 played 'like champs. They still Daytona Ave. I

'j j 316 Rushing yards 75 are the champs but did not get FLAGLER'BEACH BETH'S SEASIDE I I FURNITURE

2.3 Passes 3.8.crowned. The Bulldogs who BAR & GRILL
Sunday School 10:00 A.M. i
27 Passing yards 221'were picked to win the St. Johns Church Service 11:00 A.M. II FOR FINEPOOD Ormond Bedding and

1. 0 Fumbles lost 2 i I!.River Conference, started off the I Furniture Co.

2 Fumbles: recovered 0 season in great fashion, win- R.V.. DICKERT. Pastor Substantial Discounts on AUBED8S0FA8FURNITURE
I EVERYONE 3 mi. N. of Flagler AlA I
WELCOME I on
v
12.65. Penalties 2.10 :ning their first game with a I > $10 Tradeln Covers Down PaymentR.
( -- - .-- Open 7 A.M.-l1 P.M.
With the second half in prog score of 57 points, being the I I S. ROBENBERRY, Owner ;

ress just a few plays, Jerry II I highest score for that day in,I BUILDING'SUPPLIES I.68 Granada, Ormond Bch. OR 7-6411 ,

Burnsed broke loose for a 54- Florida. .. i iI O., F. ALFORD i-

yard TD with good blocking to I watched the boys preparingfor I Registered WICKLINE !PAINTS
I I
J, run his season scoring ,to 95 their games under the I Real Estate Broker Building Supplies I JERRY'S PAINT MART

points to become the Bulldogs{;J;watchful eyes of their coaches-! CEMENT CEl\IENT BLOCKS I PITISBURGHPaintsFinishes

I: second top scorer in Bunnell|I Bo and Cliff. The boys at all Bunnell, Florida \
!, gridiron history. times had to prepare to play at! STEEL 1
I II
With the score 27.0, the Bulldogs I their best, as every team's am- Flagier Beach HE 9.2254 i Paint Sundries-Wallpaper

i with Ramsey, Abbott ,and bition, week by week, was to'' THE OUTBOARDERAuthorized 38 W. Granada-Ormond 1

Kuleski ,carrying the ball 60 i I knock .off the team that was ; BOTTLE GASHARRIS I ORange 7.0761 /
'I Evinrude Dealer ..
yards, Kuleski went over for his supposed to win the conference.!
BOATS ACCESSORIES REPAIRS BOTTLE GAS i
second touchdown. Abbott scored i But then we had the misfor- I ROOFER J
Dockage Storage Free Ramp BOTTLE or BULK I
% the extra point to make it 340. tune to have injuries to a few WE FINANCE FLAGLER COUNTY'S ONLY EDGEMON ROOFING CO.

In the last quarter, Eric Kuleski players. But always there was 825 Ballough RdDaytonaPAL HOME OWNED GAS COMPANY Manufacturers of

J, intercepted a pass. The Bulldogs some boy to take their place. Cement Tile RoofingALL
PHONE 7-3551
ID.
t, took the ball down to the But when you are put on the I II TYPES OF ROOFINGFast
PARKER'S. INC. Help Flagler County Grow
15-yard line. On an end runS I spot to be champ, every teamis 'I Dependable Service
Pee Wee Knight, right guard, going to play their best to Automotive Specialty, Center i' By Shopping Home I HWY. 1 N. ORMOND

on a' nice run scored the filial prevent it. We all know that BRAKES PARTS RELINED AND LABOR S154KS CONCRETE PRODUCTSYour 'I ORange 7.5177, 7.1793 .

TD. the .injuries hurt us. We did a FORDCHEVROIiETPLYMONTHOTHERS
The with and 'should all be 10.95 "Q" For Concrete I I RESTAURANT
game was played a good job we 540 :Mason Ave. Daytona

lot of caution.. The Bulldogs proud our boys did such a won- Dial CL 3-8113 SUE-Z-Q RESTAURANT

DAYTONA BEACHQuillian's LunchesDinnersSandwichesOPEN

s 'Bunnell High School Basketball{ Schedule 196162Fri. ORMOND v PHARMACYSick PRESCRIPTION Concrete, Inc. 24 HOURS DAILY

( Dec. 8 Baldwin Girls Here 7:30 Room SuppUes-Sundrles 152 W Granada-Ormond Beach

r Tues. Dec. 12 Pierson Boys and Girls Here 715 HOSPITAL SUPPLIES ,CLEANERS Open 6 A.& .-11 P.M. at

Fri, Dec. 15 Father Lopez A and B Boys There 7:00 24-Hour Prescription Service I 146 S. Atlantic-Ormond
Free Delivery in Flagler BeachRt. BUNNELL CLEANERSWE
Tues. Dec. 19
Open A1A 1 ml. North of
Fri. Dec 22 St. Joseph A and B Boys There 7:00 ORMOND BEACH-Tel. OR 71661Ghributtr GIVE TV STAMPS RIGHT ON THE BEACH

Ffi. Jan 5 Crescent City A and B Boys Here 7:00 Oven ,Daily S to 6 Shrimp-Steok-Chops-Chicken

Tues. Jan 9 Fla. Mil. School A. and B Boys There 6:30Tues. Phone ID 7-3188 Sandwiches and Shakes
l t Jleglrr Sandwiches and Pies '
Jan 9 Orange Park Girls Here 7:00 115 N. Bay St Bunnell
BREAKFAST ANYTIME
Fri. Jan. 12 Fla. D & B Boys and Girls There 7:00 BU1RfELL, FLORIDA
Sat Jan 13, Hastings A and Bt Boys Here 7:00 I I DRUG STORES Ocean Spray Restaurant

4 V. Tues. Jan 16 St. Augustine A and B Boys Here .7:00 AlA 1 Mile South of Pier
MRS. M. B. FULLER Editor' I I 'Moody's Pharmacy
Tues. Jan 16 Green Cove Girls,, Here 5:30 Used FU1'DJture-Upholatery
Fri. Jan 19 St. Joseph A and B Boys Here 7:00' 'De.Umated Oflelal PaMleatiwa i I Flagler County's Corner Drug store

Tues. Jan. 23 Pierson Boys and Girls There 7:15 for Pablle N.tlee..t Pladev PRESCRIPTIONS JOE WELLBORN

Fri. Jan. 26 Oviedo -Boys and Girls Here 7:00 DRUGS-SUNDRIES
,Cooatr, Maaleipalltlea. taerela Furniture & Upholstery
Tues. Jan. 30 Fla. D & B Boys and GirlS Here 7:00Fri. and the StateCatered .! JrJ...... FOUNTAIN SERVICE GOOD USED FURNITURENew

Feb. 2 Crescent City A and B Boys.There 7:00 Bnnnell Flo. Phone ID 7.3661 Bedding--Mattrew RenoYatln*

Sat Feb. 3 Orange Park Girls There 7:00 aa oeeoBd claaa aaatter Furniture IIpidsteeiag-Jrrade.
Feb.'8.9.10 Coif Tournament / ELECTRIC SERVICE 1094 PlomUh Holly Hill-Clt S-2275
February' 1.1813.at,t&e y+...>!ee
Tues. Feb. 13'Hastings A and B Boys There 7:00 '
at Bwaaell* Florida oader act .tHarch PROMPT ELECTRIC SERVICE PUBLISHERS & PRINTERS 2'
Fri. Feb. 16 Callahan A and B Boys There 7:00 8. I87$. BUNNELL; MOTOR' COMPANY '1
Sat. Feb. 17 Father Lopez A and B. Boys Hem 7:00 I I RESmEWTIAU INDUSTRIAL The Flagler Tribune

Tues., Feb. 20 ,Fla. Mil. School .- A and B Boys Here 7:00 One year---' Its.dli COMXBRCIAIs MAINTENANCEHUBEBT Publishers Printers

Sat. Feb.:,,24 Hawthornei Boys and Girls, Here7:00 monlhl' '- ,1.11 I I CAXJ PELLXCEB- -- Phone ID 7-3232,

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55 sary for a: successful windowsill It describes Carolina Cohran'slife Some of the books recently .
dJlM ia THE BOOK NOOKTitle
q in i I ,
; project. A suggested soil I I from a plantation to a added to our library are: :. ;
i mixture for the house plants is wealthy senator's wife. It consists
The Astronauts by editor of .
(By Hervey Sharpe) : The Great Tide
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I equal parts ,of std, peat moss ( S of mystery, adventure and: Life; Birds of the World by Austin JO.t: ;
A beautiful garden is like the and "good garden soil. To each Author. Rubylea Hall. romance. Come into the Bunnell ; Around the World: UnderWater ;1
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'vow for better or for worse 'bushel mix in a 'half pound of High School'L brary and get by Becker; The Karting

t because ,flowers, also thrive on :complete fertilizer, such as 6-6-6 book The abOut'Great Florida Tide is in a the fictional early this exciting book that will Crowd by Summers; Young Dep. .'

t love and care. :.or 888. keep you interested lo the end. city Smith by White; The Level .
t west which centers largely
t So to keep from being divorced I Ifs a good. idea to, grow, not' I.around Port St. Joe. Written by Jamesene, Dawson, Hand by de Jong; Guide to ,
.t 'from a living beauty, over,two or three kinds of plantsper I Rubylea Hall, this book was Library Assistant. Everglades National Park by
.start off your romance of flowers windoW' box. You may like II the Zim; The Sacred Jewel by Faulkner t
Bohenburger a-
presented The students of Bunnell High
quitely warmly. I to consider color combinations, ; Wells Fargo by Moody; +
ward of which "Gone With theWind" School check out on the
average
That is, bake the soil priorto too. This could include blue, I
also received. ,
l' 'I I 400 books a week. Redhead by Nielsen.
filling the seed flats Sterll- pink and white; red, white and -- ,-
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lung the soil insures healthy blue; red and yellow; or red
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seedlings for transplanting. I with white. Trailing. vines and I
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I I: :: NOW!
Baking soil at 160 degrees for I I I green follage plants go well J} :.Y A.p .1
with all of these. A Y N '
two hours will kill nematodes,
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I Earlyweed control with Premerge I :
I Suggested plants for growing I

or-ganisms. in window boxes are begonias, costs less than cultivation I I'I
I cleanse soil. Damping-off of I coleus, ferns, wandering jew,

.seed and seedlings is the risk I I vinca, geraniums, pansies, petunias i
: Applied to bean, field and at
tf pea corn potato crops planting
I protulaca, marigolds,
if fall treat the
run to
you you time before controls
I or crop emerges, Premerge weed and 1
nasturtiums and verbenas.
seed or sterilize the soil. I grass seedlings when a wet spring delays or makes cultivation
There are two types of damp I Don't be too anxious to prune I ":: :,,, impossible. You can eliminate several expensive early cultiva- 1 .,
1 'jng.off fungus that are respons out "dead" wood from your """ tions give young crops a head start toward bigger yields. _

I able for poor stand or weakened shrubs following a cold snap. t plants, according to Dr. H. N. Cold will ,often defoliate less than other products and since it kills weeds by contact, 1
Miller, plant pathologist with branches without killing the you can use it oh or near many crops susceptible to 24D. 1 ;
4 wood. If cut out wood "'%. "" Trademark of The Dow Chemical Company 1
the University of Florida Agricultural you soon '
Y SEE YOUR DOW '
;? FARM CHEMICALS DEALER SOON
1 Experiment Station. I' after a cold wave you might discover :: 1 ,,'
Pre-emergence damping off that you have cut out live ;.4 : + The Seed /
Kilgore Company
rots the seedlings before the I I wood. So let the shears stay in ( .

youngsprouts break through the II I I the shed until you're sure of the Division of Asgrow Seed Company -

soil. This phase of the disease I extent of cold damage. _. Hastings, Florida '
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i is most severe, in cool, wet soils I I
when germination is slow. Post-

emergence disease; attacks the .0.I
I seedlings. Succulent stems be- I
come blackened and watersoaked AGiftForYou.

at the ground line. Plants .

!', wilt and fall. The roots decay
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;: Treating flower seeds with o. ,

- I protectant dusts such as Arasan, I When You ,.
: Ceresan, Cuprocide, Semesan ort I V "

Spergon prevents losses. It takes I J

s practically no time at all. .. ... __ ,
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For small packets of seeds,1 Us "

place 'a pinch of the protectant '
dust in the packet with the seed
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and shake vigorously until all ,
the seed are coated. This coat :

ing of fungicide ,will kill or inhibit S _; -f._ :. '

the organism on the seed,
or in the soil, and provide tem- Hospilalily"1-1

porary protection during germi. I Gx"_:: ,;-'rr 'G, i L.n'

nation.Dr. .
S. Miller advises sowing seed
in flats rather than in the open.

By 'using flats it is easier to a- -- '
INDIVIDUAllY'MONOGRAMMED :
control growing conditions especially : .GL :G_::IS Y-

during the cool days 12-ounce r ,

ahead. Packaged CUSTOM _
f .
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I' Almost any shallow box can Party Sets .' ;;;, :1
be converted into a flat. Be of Six 5 -

r sure the bottom of the box has I 6-PIECE GLASSWARE SET '

plenty of holes or cracks to allow .
'' good drainage. Soil for the ., .

flat should be fertile, containing
r a fair amount of organic matter. HOSPITALITY-

c Before transplanting the an- Here's How To Get Yours

nual, from the flats into the I ,Visit our lobby and see this beautiful ,. .

,}f garden, free the garden soil of ; :.', Just open a new account or add to your
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nematodes, fungi ,and weed I Glassware, individually monogrammed -
present account with $25.00
or more
I seeds. There are several chemicals 4 4 ,t;

you can. use. The most ef- with your own initial in traditional Old. ,_.... and receive one of these beautiful monogrammed -
festive is methyl''' bromide. How- .
? English lettering: You'll love your FREE', Hospitality Glassware Sets. .
ever, choose other '
you may materials -
Good for time *.. ;,1
only. '
r' such as. and one
vapam My- I Set of "H. OSpl a l't y, . Glassware ./.iIt '
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A few annuals that can bet at its finest. .. 1
seeded this month are baby's :- e : FREE !I

breath blanket flower, blue- WEIGHTED FOOTING CONTINENTAL { ,, :
eyed African daisy, butterfly ..
flower, Caifornia poppy, calliopsis STYLING SPARKLING CRYSTAL CLEAR ; .. .

carnation, candyturft, Chi
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i paintbrush, larkspur, petunia, I ,. DEPOSITS BY 10TH OF MONTH EARN-FROM: THE 1STrmond ,:i -
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poppy, snapdragon and verbena. J '\'*!

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I CHRISTMAS PLAY TO PUBLIC AUCTIONA I I!
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J. HIGHLIGHT PTA PROGRAM I public auction will be heldat

"The Littlest AngeL" by Helen the Flagler Beach Recreation I
M. Roberts is the Christmas playto Center Friday evening, Decem- .
:be staged on Tuesday eve- bers, starting 'at 7 o'clock.A ,- .I .
ning, December '5, at the Flag- world ot merchandise has i
I ler Beach School during P lre been _assembled, for this sale, the I S
Teacher Association meeting. most of which,has been donatedby FOLGERS COFFEEYOUR. .
The cast .of characters are: local residents. Merchandisefor .
\ Mrs. Daisy ',Moody's fifth grade sale will include such items I
, pupils. PTA, meeting ,starts at as a nearly new Toledo Electric ,
CHOICE
, t, .7:30 P.M. The cast, Scale, brand new fishing tackles
Constance, the recording angel ,of all shapes and sizes, tools,
Suellen Duncan. :farm produce and a fat calf *
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Faith, guardian of the star]!from Raymon Tucker's ranch, ::::10' FOLCERS COFFEE 29 :

, polishers, Pamela ,Anderson. j I which' will be hauled to the "
Hope, guardian of the flower:butcher pen free of charge for I
gardeners, Diana Lucas. I the successful bidder., Pecans, 6
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; Love, guardian of the tree potatoes and other farm produce I 1r: FOLGERS INSTANT 49
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gardner, Joyce Robinson. will be sold. Watch The Tribune
Peace,,messenger'to shepherds, next week for further announce- s
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Cecelia Eberhardinger. ments. v Bake Rite '
Gloria, guardian of the choir
I angels, Dorothy Grissom. Mr. and 'Mrs- A.' O.'Brantley Ib. ;
Herald angel, Wayne Owens.' spent Monday and Tuesday in SHORTENING A 3 39"can
Gabriel,' David Johnson. Ocala.
.t Michael, the littlest angel,

.tp Gerald Gordon. Mrs. Amelia Gilbert, Mrs.I Giant. SizeFAB .
f Peter,. star polisher, George Jessie Holmes, and Mrs. Edna .
t Robbie. Kniskern spent Thanksgiving in '
i John, star polisher James Me- Orlando at the home of. Mrs I DETERGENT 59
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Nab. Gilbert's son and .daughter in I pkg
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Flower gardner, Craig Thomas.
law, Mr. and Mrs. Carl Johns. I
r. Mary, Doris Burns. Limit one of each with $5.00 or more food order
: Tree gardner Mark Mr. and Mrs. Robert Read, Sr., ,
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ton. yelvtng-I from Gainesville, have been --
w Joseph John spending the week in their (1,2Y2 Van Camps
Announcer, James (Buddy) beach home here. 25 oz.' Lucky Leaf .
&
PORK
Moore. APPLESauce
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The report will be, given also Mr., and Mrs. Herman Shultz 00
00
at this meeting, on membership and their two daughters, Susan 4 for $1 Beans 4 for $1
total by Mrs.Robert. Whitney. and Betty, from Evansville, Ind.,
A banner will be presented. here with
Thanksgiving
spent
I. his parents, Mr. and Mrs. Clarence Gold Medal I No. 300 can Joan of Arc
A Mr. and Mrs. A. O. Brantley Shultz. They were accompanied < KIDNEY
motored to Jacksonville Wednesday by her sister, Miss Oli- Flour 5 i 49 ,. ,
and spent the day''' with vine Winfield, also from Evans -; IBeanl 2 for f 25<1
their son in law and daughter, 'ville. Mr. and Mrs! Shultz joined 2 tb Flowers
Rev. and Mrs.' A. Englemann. them to make several sight- '
f Their grand-daughter, Sara En- FRUITCake ,
seeing trips while they were
Food King
t glemann, came home with them ,here.
and visited until Sunday. Joining I ea.89" I I

C them during the weekend Mr. and Mrs. Otis Magee hada OIeo 2.lbs 29"New
were their son and daughter in family group for
CabinBUTTERED
Log
I law, :Mr. and Mrs. O. H. Brant- ing at their home. Thanksgiv-I -
''I ley, from 'Fort Lauderdale. On Mr. and Mrs. C. A. SYRUP Aunt Jimima
I Sunday they all drove to St. ,
and Mrs. D. A. Deen and_ PAN CAKEFlour
; I :Augustine : and met Rev and ters, Elaine and Sue, daugh-I I ,
i with 2% Butter ,
Ib l
Mrs. Engelmann for a short -
Bunnell.
i I IMr. I 1 9
r I visit. 12 oz. 41 24 oz. 73* Pig

and Mrs. Clyde Duensing,I ,
Mr. and Mrs. John Galbraith -
Jr., and son, Sandy, .have returned -
from Eau Gallie SELF SERVICE MEATSt -
stopped over to Pompano Beach after -
last weekend with his mother, spending a week with their par- I t
Mrs. Georgia Galbraith, on their ents, Mr. and Mrs. Clyde Duens Grade "A" D & D Whole I Small. Lean
way to Cocoa. Sr.* Beach, and :Mr.
i ing Flagler
s and Mrs. George. Main from I Spare Ribs'lb. 49
'; can Mr.have and returned Mrs: Clarence to their home Dun-'i Pompano Beach. Fryers !ib. 29

here after spending several j Tender Baby
Mrs. Jessie Holmes left Monday Copeland's
weeks .in, Nashville' Tenn., with. for Binghamton: N. Y., after

i relatives. I spending Mrs. several Amelia Gilbert.weeks herewith All MeatPalm Franks lb.> 49 i i Beef Liver lb.> 49*

TV SERVICEALL Larry's Home Made
'. I Tommy Bertha spent several River I PURE PORK
: days last week at the Ocala t

Agent MAKES' For I'I I and Hunting children, Reservation.visited ,His with wife his I Sli. Bacon). 49* !1' Sausage !ib. 49

RCA & 'PUILCOTUBES I parents, Mr. and Mrs. Robert
Bertha in Bimini.
FROZEN FOODS PRODUCE
& ANTENNAS SOLD
4
AND INSTALLED Friends of Clifford L. Hoppe --
will regret to learn of his deathat 10 oz. Birds Eye \ Small Jonathan '

TUBES .TESTED- FREETVBob his home near Decaur, 111., GARDEN PEAS: 2 for39c APPLES tb'loe
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last. SundaY' afternoon. Mr. .
I Hoppe was a brotherin law of 9-oz. Mr. G.FRENCH Fresh Green "- #
the Lyman Gages and had spent .
FRIES lOc OABBAGE.i.. 5c
winters and made .
F
FLAGLER BEACH I many many pkg tb '
f''' PHONE HE 9.2204 friends in Flagler county. 10 oz. Singleton's Large PascalCELERY

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CRAIG FUNERAL. HOME. Z I.I FLAGLER FOOD STOREVIL/ ,

A. H. CRAIG. Funeral Director ST MEATS whete"

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PRICES GOOD Thur Fri. Sat. Nov. 30 Dec. 1 2,1961 1
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I TERESA, LYNNE BIELEJESKIMr. Mr. and Mrs. Dave Cowan and I I
and Mrs. Ed Bielejeski of children of Orlando visited here
Bunnell announce the arrival of I during the holiday weekend
f 'with Mr. and Mrs. Cordell Robertson -
a daughter, born at the Flagler
and Mrs. Maude Holland. I Ii
Clinic and Hospital on November LOOORLJX i
j 28. She weighed in at, five \
I pounds one and a quarter Mrs. J. W. Brown was in Pier- I
ounces: She has been given the son during the holiday week-
,name of Teresa Lynne. end with her brother in law and i
sister, Mr. and Mrs. A.,J. Peter / I
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Good For You And Your Budget !
t returned home Monday from i
the Holly Hill Hospital where Mr. and -Mrs. J. D. Barber Fill Your Basket With Some Real I

they have received medical have returned to their home Values At SHELTON'S I
treatment for several days. here after a ten-day visit in Miami -

with their son and daughter
Mr. and Mrs. Lloyd Robertsonand in law, Mr. and Mrs. Pete 1
family were visiting in Barber. They accompanied Pete Grade "A" Dressed & Drawn Whole .. ,
Baxley, Georgia during the past on the return trip and he spent
weekend. While there they attended
two days here visiting.Lt. .
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the birthday dinner party
I of :Mrs. Robertson's grandmother,
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Col. and Mrs. George H.
Mrs. Rebecca Summerall. She!
Holmes of Tampa are visitingat :25
her 85th birth.
was celebrating the home of Mrs. D. H. Emery
day anniversary. and ,with Mr. and Mrs. Willfam I ,
Patrick and family this week.
Martell Hunter, Marilyn and
|; Mrs. Holmes is Mr. Patrick'ssister. I
Carol, Christopher were in ,Center .' .

I Hill Thanksgiving day with Grade "A" Western Beef White Boiling Bacon '6pkg. 89c
Mrs. Hunter's parents, Mr. and
Bones' tb
Fresh Neck
Mrs. O. J. Kight. Mr. and Mrs. William Patrick SIRLOIN STEAK tf89C .
and children were guests of his
,, r \ \ Mr. and Mrs. T. E. Holden uncle and aunt in Orlando Sugar Cured ThriftwaySMOKED
t -,4 had as their guests Thanksgiv- Thanksgiving Day.
39'Maxwell
FRANKS
!' fling Day their son in law and BACON tb39c .

daughter, Mr. and Mrs. Sam. Mr. and Mrs. E. J. Dillon left
Black and children, Norman, Tuesday morning, returning to

Lee, Jane arid Ethel.. Ann, of their home in Warwick, Rhode Gold Medal Plain &S.R. .
Ormond Beach. Island, after a visit here with "
her mother, Mrs. Daisy Buckles, HouseCOFFEE FLOUR 5 ID bag 49C
Mr. and Mrs. John Sutherlandand
and other members. of her
children of Vero Beach were family. Log Cabin 12 oz. bottle3BUTTERED
guests of Mrs. Neva Eisenbach 1 It> SYRUP 41c
during the holiday weekend. .Continued on page can

6)I Limit with
I one Shurfresh 2 tb box .
|i $5pO or more \ ,
food order r'' CHEESE LOAF 69C


Royal All Flavors {
GELATIN '3 29c
Crown 2 tb jar for ,
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MUSTARD ea. 19c Food
King Quarters

King Cole 303 can OLEO 2 29C
MED. GREEN LIMAS 3 for 69c Ibs.
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400 Count Large Box
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Libby's 6 oz. can one $5.00 or more food orderLEMONADE
10 $10
'for First Prize 12 oz. jarSTRAWBERRY

Cre Mel 2 in a pkg. 25C

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I letter from Santa fls FREE FREE 50 FREE

Visit our Santa Post Office and Select II. TOP VALUE STAMPS TOP VALUE STAMPS TOP VALUE STAMPS
with purchase of with the purchase of with $5.00 or more
one of our colorful letters
gay
Kraft's 6
M7j 18 oz. Folger's oz. food order
l and envelopes, FREE! Mail the GRAPE JELLY INSTANT COFFEE and this coupon
;:" letters you choose in our special and this coupon & this coupon at Shelton's Grocery
: f Coupon void 12-2-61 Coupon void 12-2-61 Coupon void 12-2-61
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and that Eric won the McCarthyCup L I. Moody of Lake City who I I Sisco Deen, on Thanksgiving I

a for Junior Debating at his recently underwent surgery at 1g/gfp .tt5eack vacation from Florida State

school recently. We do miss, the University Medical Hospitalin I University, visited here and in
the Florida sunshine." Gainesville, had recuperated I Bunnell several times duringthe

(Continued from page 5) Mrs. Morse is the daughter of sufficiently to.return to his home Continued, from Pace: 4Mr. I I weekend. Sisco, a senior at i

Mr. George Kielb and the late on Wednesday of last week. He I'''FSU, is to leave next Wednes- I
and Mrs. Zeb Daniels of
Mr. and Mrs. John the Rice holiday had I I Mrs. Kielb of :$unnell.Mr. is the son of George Moody, Sr. Gainesville spent the weekend I i day for Boston, Mass., where he
as their guests over -
of Beach.
weekend Mrs. Rice's son in Flagler here visiting her sister, Mrs. I will attend the Interfraternity
and Mrs. Fred Fruits and Council. He is a delegate from
Laura Alligood at the home of
law and daughter, Mr. and Mrs. r
Frederick have returned to their the University and is also
Paul Smith of North Carolina. Enjoying a Thanksgiving din Mr. and Mrs. T. J. Miller. I
; home in Flagler Beach after a president of his fraternity, Phi
ner at the home of Mr. and
visit in North Carolina with I Kappa Tau.
Schatz Thanks-'
P Margie
Mrs. Harold Emery and family spent
Mr. and Mrs. Al Dompe, Jr., relatives during the holiday I in Espanola were Mrs. D. H. giving holidays here with her

of Gainesville spent the Thanks- weekend., 'Emery and Celia Lord of Espanola parents, Mr. andIrs.. Robert Earl Babbitt, Jr., and Daly

giving holidays here with her ; Mr. and Mrs. Walter Schatz. Her mother and brother, Bohler from Augusta Ga., spent

parents, Mr. and Mrs. Phil John- Visiting with Mr. and, Mrs. Fortner and family, Mr. J. W. Fred, accompanied her Sunday the weekend here fishing.I .

son. Mrs. Lillian Johnson, also Frank Mercer Thanksgiving Day Fortner, and Mary Lee Barnesof afternoon on the trip back toHowey'.in.the.Hills I ,

spent Thanksgiving. Day with were Mr. and Mrs. Zeho Mercer Hastings; Mr. and Mrs. Lynn School. and Mrs. Otis Magee

the Johnsons. and children of Daytona Beach; Lyons and family of Jackson. I joined a family group in Bun

Mr. and Mrs. Gayle Mercer and ville; Mrs. John Seay of Bunnell Arriving Saturday from Cleve- nell Sunday for dinner at the

Mrs. John Jarosz and her children of Cocoa; Mrs.Emma and Celia Joyce Emery of Stet land, Ohio, to visit Mr. and Mrs. I home of her mother, Mrs. C. A.
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daughter, Mrs. Mark Dunson, Mae ?Masters and Marie Mastersof son University in DeLand. I Anthony Bradac were her sister, Riddell and Mr. Riddell. Spend-

spent Thanksgiving Day at the St. Augustine; .Mrs. Carolyn I The occasion was also celebrating I Mrs. Frank Kolor, her daughter, ,ing the weekend there with their

Gainesville Medical Center with Mercer and Dicker Mercer of the 84th birthday anni- Mrs. William Clemerice, grandchildren .grandparents, Mr. and Mrs. Rid
Bunnell.Mr. of Mr. J. W. Fortner. Mr: and Mrs. Don
Mr. ,Jarosz who is a patient I versary dell, were Mr. and Mrs. Claude
there. I Schleicher, and greatgrandchildfour Deen from Mulberry, and Mr.
and Mrs. L. M. Whitaker i I weeks old Sharon' Lee. Mrs. and Mrs. June Deen from Miami.
had as their dinner guests '! Guests of Mr. and Mrs. Frank J Schleicher 'will be remembered
Mr. and Mrs. Zip Edmonson j i Mercer Sunday were: Mr. and
Thanksgiving Day :Mrs. Whit- as the former Barbara Clemence.She Mrs. Julia :Moody is visiting
had as their guests during the Mrs. Leland. Lyons of Jacksonville I
aker's mother, Mrs. Daisy Cook I and her husband left Sunday with relatives in Alabama.I .
holiday weekend .her cousins, and Mr. and Mrs. Lamar
of Pansy, Ala. Sammie Whit-
; I for Holly Ridge, N. C. wherehe I
Mr. and Mrs. Verda Lyons and aker of FSU in Tallahassee Mr. Mercer and family of Orlando. .
I ; is stationed with the U. S. and Mrs. William Chimp.ky .
daughter, Patsy, of Atlanta, Ga. and Mrs. Ray Mercer and fam- I I Marine Corps.Supplying drove to Seville Monday to

ily of Bunnell, and Mr. and Mrs. visit with
IN MEMORIAM Mrs. Robert Nolan.
Also visiting with the Edmonsons -. Leonard Moody and Eula Lee s[ the pulpit of the ,-- -

were Rayburn Glover and i of Flagler Beach. In memory of our son and .First Baptist Church of Flagler
Alvin Dennison of St. Augustine. brother, Charles M. Akins, Beach for the last two Sundayswas RCA VICTOR

Enjoying a family reunion at who passed away two years Rev. Arthur Edwards whois I LIVING COLOR TV

A letter this week from Mrs. the home of Mrs. Daisy Buckles ago, November 30, 1959. a student at Stetson University I "LOOK FOR TUB PICTURE
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Helen Morse said they were enjoying 'I Thanksgiving e: Mr. and :I Its only a grave but still needs in DeLand. Last Sunday he Radio & Television

keeping up with the Bun- Mrs. E. J. Dillon of Warwick, : care, was accompanied 'here by. his Ii 226 E. Granada Ph. OR 7-2001

nell news byThe Tribune, and I Rhode Island; Mrs. 'Wendell For the one we love is sleeping wife and two children. I, OIINONO .

that they were receiving themin Hoel and family of Jacksonville there. -- -
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very good. Her husband is with I family of Jesup, Georgia is gone,

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in. Ireland. I and family of Bunnell, and long.
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Thursday, Nov. '30, 1961 THE FLAGLER TRIBUNE, BUNNELL, FLORIDA PAGE SEVEN



Patent Office Marks .handling patents was new, they stituted a three-man board-Social Security I A Florida State Chamber of .I

had been issued in ':America charged with passing on the Commerce survey shows that

/I from early Colonial times. In merit and priority of applica I schools in 43 counties now teach
Office
Year As Pilot Of Open EveningThe
i I:1641, the Massachusetts General tions. Naturally enough, these conversational Spanish in the

!Court approved a pat nt' to top government leaders found Daytona Beach Social Security lower: grades. Only one or two

American ProgressWhen I I Samuel Winslow for a new way little time to devote to the office will be open from classes in the state were devotedto

the United States Pat- ::of making, salt. Five, years: later technicalities of individual pat- 5:30 to 8:30 o'clock every Fri- the teaching of Spanish in

ent Office was set up In 1836,:1 I II I I a scythe manufacutrer, ,Joseph ents. day evening for the next three lower grades when the State

the steam locomotive's .lonely'' Jenkes, received the con In 1793 a second act droppedthe weeks, beginning December 1, Chamber first advocated this

whistle was just beginning to I(I tinent's first machine patent, merit' requirement in favorof for the convenience' of people program some 12 years ago.

be heard across the:, land. I I for equipment used in his water- a registration" system under 65 or over who work during the

This year, on its 125th anniversary driven mill. which practically anyone day: ,Subscribe for The Flagler Tribune
satellites circle the with a drawing and a fee could
The Founding Fathers of the ) In announcing the special
earth, and scientists test ve- obtain a patent. 'I 52.50 A Year In Advance
independent nation encuraged evening hours, Mell Dr Eadie,
The result was confusion, duplication
hides which will take
they hope
I !I inventiveness ,as an essential manager of the office noted that ,
and that
man to the moon.' : litigation '' IN TIlE CIRCUIT COURT OF
laid! to development. Benjamin many older people in this area FLAGLER COUNTY, FLORIDA.IN .
Between the of rail and 1 ended only in 1836 with the
,
eras i I CHANCERY NO. 4381
j Franklin and Thomas Jefferson who are still employed, do not
adoption of the present system. CARL WILLIAM WOODCOCK
1
American
the
patent
space, system .1
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themselves made notable con- understand that recent changesin Plaintiff
has order and direction I( The new policy called for numbering
given tributions, as Franklin's rod and I the social security law now I vs.
to the nation's inventive.I!' examining, and recording ; GRACE POOLE WOODCOCK
: and Jefferson's efficient I make it for
stove possible a good number Defendant.
talents, says the National Geographic applications. Appropriately, NOTICE TO DEFEND
soil-turning plow testify. of them to- collect some THE STATE OF FLORIDA. TO
"the the first patent went to Maine'sSenator :
Society. By adding '
i I benefits in addition to their\ Grace Poole Woodcock whose
fuel of interest to the fire of Written into the Constitution I John Ruggles, who had last known residence and ad-
earnings. dress was 524 Boyland Avenue
genius" (Lincoln), it has sparked was the provision that "Con II led the reform bill's passage. Raleigh, North Carolina

countless industries and gress shall have Power. .to, promote I Senator Ruggles' invention, Older workers made eligibleto suit You has are been hereby filed notified against that you in a

helped build an unparalleled the Progress of Science designed I I to add traction to rail- collect some social security I the above entitled cause; and you
are hereby required to file your an-
standard of living. I and\useful Arts by securing for i,'way.locomotive wheels, was a. benefits for the year 1961, may : swer with the Clerk' of this Court

Research- System Created ,limited Times to Authors and 1 il sign of the times. From then lose some of the payments due i the and plaintiff to serve or a,plaintiff's copy thereof attorney.upon

American Patent Incentivewas inventors the exclusive Right to I I on, as the railroads stitched an them if they do not make application whQse name and address is:
Richard E. ConnerP.
proclaimed by the Presidentas their respective Writings and In i expanding country together, the for them before the I O. Box 1566

a. public salute to the system ventions." I patents filed in Washington recorded end of January 1962, Eadie said.,: New Smyrna Beach. Florida
I not later than December 30, A. D.,
established by Congress on Congress passed its first pat America's ,drive toward 1961.
Eadie said 1 If fail to do so, decree pro
industrial Unfortunately, .a you
July 4, 1836.A II ent act in 1790. It gave the preeminence.Before confesso will be entered againstyou

special government bureau United States the distinction of,I 1836, Eli Whitney's cotton number of older people continue i for the relief demanded in the
Bill of Complaint. The nature of
to think that collect
cannot
was created to pass on the use- {leading all other countries in gin and Cyrus McCormick'sgra1n they said suit being for divorce. '

fulness and novelty of inventions i recognizing an inventor's legal I reaper began pouring gen any social security benefits at said WITNESS Court this my hand 22nd and day seal of No-of

and processes. For the first)1)right to profit from his, labor. erous harvests into the maw of all if their earnings are over vember A. D. 1961.
(Official Seal) E. A. SMYTHE
I for the This is not
time, an official search of "priorarts" Grew by Trial and Error a vigorous agricultural economy. $1200 year. Clerk of said Circuit Court

before I To administer Afterward came the scientific true, he emphasized. By Julia R. Harvey
was required, grant the law, the II Deputy Clerk

ing patents. )Secretary of State, Attorney General discoveries and tools that made The social security district Nov. 30 &: Dec. 7-U-21--4tc

But though this method of and Secretary of War con- the great modern industries pos manager suggests that workfng IN THE CIRCUIT COURT IN AND
I
sible. FOR FLAGLER COUNTY. FLOR-
- people 65 or over who have not IDA AT LAW NO. 805VIRGINIACAROLINA
Revolutions in living and CHEMICAL
yet applied for their social security CORPORATION A corporation.
(\ INSVRE-Stay Insured & Rest Assvred working followed the introduction benefits stop in at his of- Plaintiff

of Morse's telegraph, Bell's vs.
fire during the day, or duringthe LAMAR HARRIS. JR. .
telephone, Edison's incadescent Defendant.
GET THE BEST PROTECTION FROMH. special Friday evening NOTICE OF SHERIFF'S SALEu' .
lamp, phonograph, and movie OIVEtf"that
hours, to find out just where NOTICE IS HEREBY
I Homer W. Brooks. Sheriff
projector. Eras were born with ,
they stand. of Flagler County. Florida, under
the trolley car, horseless car and by virtue of a writ of ex-
T. COOK AGENCY
Some may find that their ecution heretofore Issued out of
riage and machine with
flying '
,
;
the above entitled Court in the
new ways to treat rubber, make earnings are ,too substantial to above styled cause 'have levied
Citizens Bank Bldg. Bunnell, Florida"Isn't permit payment of any benefits upon the following property, situate -
celluloid, and shape glass; with lying and being in Flagler
the sewing machine right now, but the time devoted County. Florida, to-wit:
typwriter, Lot 9, Block 124. Bunnell
.. to their visit will still be well
cash register, linotype, dynamoand Florida as per plat on map
xSauo.1b', spent. Eadie pointed out that thereof on file in the office of
zipper. the Clerk of the Circuit Courtof
5 : xow there is no disadvantage in file Flagler County. Florida.
: 3000.000 Patents AwardedIn ,as the property of the above
claim for social
ing security
I it fun I the 20th inventions a named defendant and that on the
? P7 century, benefits after a worker has 11th day of December 1961 between -
I have grown increasingly complex the legal hours of sale,
reached 65, even though he may o'clock
namely, eleven in the fore-
to romp on warm and numerous. Few patents be earning more than would noon and two o'clock in the afternoon -
out of experimentsin on said day. at the northern
grow permit him to draw benefits at front door of the Courthouse in

,'t cozy floors'? backyard workshops. Advances the present time. Even if no Bunnell I will ,offer Flagler for sale County.and Florida.sell at
in electronics, atomic
benefits are payable now, the the highest biddef for cash in
energy, medical and industrial hand the above described property
necessary paper work in apply as the property of said defendantto
chemistry, and space explora. satisfy said! execution.
I ing for benefits can be taken HOMER W. BROOKS Sheriff
don
require teams of scientists
Flagler County, FloridaBy
care of so that checks can be '
working together in the superbly Homer W. Brooks
; issued'without delay after earn- Nov. 9-16-23-30=Itc '
equipped ,laboratories of universities
; wx wkr ings have gone down or stopped IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF I
i corporations, and the entirely.The FLAGLER COUNTY. FLORIDA
N
CL Government. IN CHANCERY NO. 4292 I
social security district office WILLIAM T. REED.
Before 1900, fewer than 700- Plaintiff,
in Beach is at 124 I
Daytona vs.
000 patents were granted. On
:zi ? Street. RUTH REED.
; e I Sept. 12, 1961, the 3,000,000thcame Bay Defendant. I
:, NOTICE TO DEFEND
into being with special IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE STATE OF FLORIDA, TO:
FLAGLER COUNTY FLORIDA, RUTH REED '
I ceremonies at the Patent Office.
a fW.L4A 's IN CHANCERY NO. 4374 Address UnknownYou
I Patent No. 3,000,000, a magnetic I LOUIS MALDONADO are hereby notified that a
.Plaintiff suit has been filed against you in -
device for rapid processing ,of vs. the above entitled cause; and you
, I checks, had been pending for I RUTH MALDONADO.Defendant. are hereby required to file your answer -
.
I with the Clerk of this Court
I six years. NOTICE TO DEFEND and to serve a copy thereof upon
I THE STATE OF FLORIDA. TO: the plaintiff or plaintiff's attorney
J... The time lag underscores both RUTH MALDONADO whose name and address is:
the intricacies of modern applications -I Address Unknown Maurice Wagner
I
t I You are hereby notified that a 216 South Palmetto Avenue
: (the' longest to date was I suit has been filed against you in Daytona Beach. Florida
gii-a the above entitled cause; 'and you not later than December 21st A.D.
266 pages'of text and 354 draw- are hereby required to-file your an- 1961. .

I, r > ty ings), and the problems that swer with the Clerk of this Court If you fail to do so. decree pro
and to serve a copy thereof upon confesso will be entered againstyou
face patent examiners in coping the plaintiff or plaintiffs attorney for the relief demanded in the
with the flood. whose name and address Is: bill of complaint. The nature of -
W. Cecil Grant said being for divorce. .
I For the inventor will go on 407% Main- Street WITNESS my hand and seal of
Daytona Beach. Floridanot said Court this 17th day of No-
inventing. "You may give him later than December. 15th. A.D. vember A. D. 1961.

wealth or you may take from 1961.If you fail to do so.. decree pro (Official Clerk Seal) ot said Circuit SMYTHE Court

him all that he has," said Alex- confesso will be entered against Nov. 23-30 & Dec. 7-14-.Itc
I you for the relief demanded in the
,.. ; rti ander Graham Bell before the bill of complaint. The nature of IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF
'* Patent Congress of 1891. "But I said suit being for divorce. FLAGLER COUNTY. FLORIDA
WITNESS my hand and seal of IN CHANCERY NO. 4383
he can no more help inventingthan said Court this 9th day of Novem- MERLE E. JONES.
I J' give family a ber A. D. 1961. Plaintiff
your the can help thinking orbreathing. (Official Seal E. A.
r Clerk of said Circuit Court JEAN ELOISE JONES.
It healthier
happier warmer .
t I ,Nov. 16-22-30 & Dec. 7-.Itc I Defendant.

home with beautiful __ _____ _____ NOTICE TO DEFEND
a new ----------- --- -- --- ----
THE STATE OF FLORIDA TO:
{ JEAN ELOISE JONESco
FOR ALL HOURS-DAY OR NIGHT T.A. Vlckers
115 Clifton Drive
51Elf5iLEFI I Roundlake Illinois

MI 1 You are hereby notified that a
AMBULANCE suit has been filed against you In
the above entitled cause; and you
I OIL HOME HEATER PHONE VAlley 4-1625;; are hereby required to file your an-
SERVICE swer with the Clerk of this Court
.
ST. AUGUSTINE FLORIDA and to serve a. copy thereof upon
I SIEGLER baa the big built-in Blower System and exclusive the plaintiff or plaintiffs attorney ,
whose name and address is:
t Inner Heat Tubes that give you the comfort Never be hesitant about calling a Garcia Ambulance. w.CZI'8 Ray Selden
miracle of SUPER FLOOR HEAT.Come in and Selden Building
always at your service with promptness safety aadEquipped Daytona Beach Florida
aak for a demonstration and see how this new not later than December 28th. A. D.

Stegler win pay for itself with, _ix. 1961.If.
fall to do decree
you so. pro
the fuel it aveLI confesao will be/ entered against '.
I, With Oxygen Resusitator and Inhalator you for the relief demanded in the ,
Dill of Complaint. The nature of
i said suit being for divorce.
f Garcia Funeral HomeP. WITNESS my hand and seal of
t HARDWAREPHONE said Court this 24th day of November -
FLAGLER A.D. 1961.
E. GARCIA, Licensed, Funeral Director (Official Seal) E. A. SMYTHE
Clerk of said Circuit Court
ID 7-3191 LJIDT ASSISTANT: By Julia R. Harvey

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PAGE EIGHT THE FLAGLER TRIBUNE. BUNNELL. FLORIDA Thursday, Nov. 30, 1961

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Critical Period I and federal inspectors are pa out the losses in two of those reduction. j Yield and protein data for

trolling all. roads into Florida years. At the same time, farm Even though a higher percentage I three years, resulting from fer-
to assure that animals enter- production have step-
expenses of' protein was obtained tilizer applications beginning
For Screwworm ing the'state have passed In- ped up about .$14 million a year. from fertilization after September -i late in August and continuing

spection. Last year's 12-month expense 1, total protein production through September, have been
Fight in FloridaFlorida's Sterile flies are currently being total amounted to $479,300,000."The was reduced. I compiled by, the researchers.
released at the rate of about 1961 total through Sep I I

fight to hold the 1% million per week, covering! tember was made up of $518- .
about 30,000 square miles in 134,000 from- the sale of all I
line on a threatened screwworm .
invasion has entered a 'critical north Florida and south Ala types of fruits, vegetables and I :
bama and Georgia. flowers, 20 per cent more than 1

period.James Brogdon, entomoligtswith : Brogdon said the situation in 1960 and, 8 per cent above I 1I 1 vi v

the Florida Agricultural would remain critical until pro- 1959. Livestock ,and livestock .

Extension Service, reports that longed cold weather reduces the products totaled $166,237,000, up .
all fild inspectors of the State I danger of screwworm movement 7 per cent over 1960 and about I
Department of Agriculture have from neighboring states. the same, as the 1959 figure." I

joined'-.a patrol of the federal 1
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quarantine line across: Florida. Trade
Meahnwhile, county agricul- Body Says Quality Forage

tural agents will handle all reports '
Florida Farmers Grasses Studied '
of suspected screwworm: WHY \ '*

cases."So. far the screwworm fly I i Income Increases By Researchers I t

has made only a few scarttered I MONKEYAROUND :
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'infiltrations across the Florida Cash income of Florida farmers The. problem of, inadequate, I I
border," Brogdon advised. "How- has reached a gross total I low quality winter forage, one
ever, should the pest gain a of $684,371,000 through September of the major problems of the ?
foothold in the warm-winter of this year, almost $100 beef cattle industry in Florida,
area of south Florida, extensive million more than during the is receiving attention from researchers You Won't catch me going They're always looking over
eradication measures will be same period in 1960, the Florida at the University of all the way over the hill lookthe hill and overlooking good
required." State Chamber of Commerce re Florida. ing for bananas. things that are right under
Brogdon urged all pet and ports. : Workers with the Florida Ag- No need to. Got plenty of their noses. Just monkeyingthem
livestock owners to cooperate in I. "The Florida total represents ricultural Experiment Stationsare right here in my own around.
I backyard., No offense friend understand
the program by making frequent la I gain of 17 per cent compared, studying effects of timing -
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i Fellow over in the next tree but when fellow
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checks of their animals. 'Report; with a 2 per cent national in- and rates of nitrogen fertiliza- a
thought the bananas would keeps his and his ears
any signs of worms in an ani- crease. Part of the Florida gain tion on the production of quality eyes
be better over there. He open he learns things.
mal wound immediately to a ; was a result of a drop in sales forage in the fall and mainten-
found out different. No betThings like how wise it is
county agent," he said. during 1960. However, ,the nine- ance of forage quality throughthe
ter. No bigger. Just harder to shop at home, where folks
The entomologist noted that month total this year is already winter months. .
to get. are eager and anxious to
all Florida bound livestock $40 million ahead of the com- According to the researchers, Same old story, I'm told please-and where satisfac
shipments are being channeld parable 1959 figure. Sales during fertilization on approximately with some human folks. tion is guaranteed.
through one of three federal In- the full year 1959 came to September 1 appears to be the

spection stations in Alabamaand $807,700,000, top income for any optimum for forage yields, pro-

Georgia. Some 130 state year on record. tein content and nitrogen ultili- Trade at Home *nake!
. "During the last five years, zation efficiency.In 1 and 1
income of Florida farmers and Florida tests,' earlier fertilization community progress

CLASSIFIEDADS growers has advanced at an average resulted in a low protein ,
rate of $25 million an- forage while later fertilization -
, nually, with larger gains wiping resulted in marked yield 1
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