The Flagler tribune
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 Material Information
Title: The Flagler tribune
Physical Description: Newspaper
Language: English
Publisher: s.n.
Place of Publication: Bunnell Fla
Creation Date: December 7, 1961
Publication Date: -1981
Frequency: weekly
Subjects / Keywords: Newspapers -- Bunnell (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Flagler County (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Genre: newspaper   ( marcgt )
newspaper   ( sobekcm )
Spatial Coverage: United States -- Florida -- Flagler -- Bunnell
Coordinates: 29.4675 x -81.256944 ( Place of Publication )
Dates or Sequential Designation: Began in 1917?
Dates or Sequential Designation: -69th year, no. 36 (Sept. 3, 1981).
General Note: Mrs. M.B. Fuller, editor.
General Note: Description based on: Vol. 43, no. 20 (June 2, 1955).
Funding: Funded by NEH in support of the National Digital Newspaper Project (NDNP), NEH Award Number: PJ-50006-05
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Source Institution: University of Florida
Holding Location: University of Florida
Rights Management: All rights reserved. Board of Trustees of the University of Florida
Resource Identifier: aleph - 001024369
oclc - 33425664
notis - AFA6237
lccn - sn 95047251
System ID: UF00079914:00257
 Related Items
Preceded by: St. Johns tribune
Succeeded by: Palm Coast news
Succeeded by: Flagler/Palm Coast news-tribune

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'- One Hundred I II Bunnell Masonic Lodge Letter to I I The Flagler Choral Club will Improvement. :

I and Chapter No. 93, Order Eastern present a Christmas Cantata. .
Star 'will have a, joint !and Concert on Sunday evening, I Of Road
:1" Organized Here I Christmas service at 7:30'on ,,the I 4 Business GroupDr. December 17, at 7:30 in the Kings .'

_, 1 t evening of December 19. :I Flagler Woman's Club at Flag. "'"
i- A Committee of 100 has bee "l At 6:30 a covered dish supper Allen Reynolds, presidentof ler'! Beach. I The ,Board of County: Commissioners .' -
: organized in Flagler County,!will be served and 'this will be I i the Bunnell Businessmen's ,!' Excerpts from the Christmas ,voted 'at ,tfieir :m et! gMomJay

I t ; ,. with James E6 rt-of the F t followed, by the Christmas service -I Association, said today their organization 'I|Cantata, "The Melody of Christmas ..to begin "work' .immediately of _

:" as :'' ler Harbors, serving as ig-1 in the ,lodge room at 7:30, I has long been aware I I ," based on the music of on repairing and widen.
., rary chairman. Charles John A.. Clegg, master of the r of the need for cooperation of: Franz. Schubert, will be presented ing the Old Kings Road from
. of Citizens Bank of Bunnell was I dodge said today. I groups and individuals interested '1! 'as well as solos, quartets I I State Highway 11 south to the

. 6., named temporary secretary of I Mr. Clegg said the public is I! in .the progress of Flagler' and duets. I j I county line.. +
the group. I invited to attend the service.:' I(I County and, are anxious to work! This is expected to be an enjoyable "' The old highway was established

The organization is being 'patterned I with them as, suggested by concert and everyone is by the Spanish duringthe
after similar organizations U.S. Senator George Smathers' I invited to attend. 17th century and the coun-
Brother of Mr.
in adjoining counties and 1 letter received yesterday. I ty's only claim for right of wayis

has as it aim to work for the I Barber Dies In I II !I Following the letter received Mother of Sam I( from "rut to rut." The commissioners -

progress and prosperity,of Flag. II from Senator Smathers yes I also ,voted to pur-
ler County. It is designed to I terday. The letter was in an- chase the remaining 38 acres
promote industrial deveolpment I Waycross, Georgia swer to a letter from Dr. Allen Broadway Pied.. i I of land needed to make the 100-

. in the county. The group plansan Cornelius Benjamin Barber of Reynolds: foot right, of :way required by
' educational program to develop -I Waycross, Ga., died Monday I I I I "I have' read your letter ,of Friday in, Georgia the State Road Department for

: a friendly climate to induce morning after a long illness. November 16 and want you to I Mrs. Sarah Broadaway of Wil- secondary roads. The board also -

:'''0 industry to locate_ here. I I I He is the brother of J. D. Barber know that I will do everything 'lachoochee, Georgia, mother of agreed to pay $100 per acre'
The group is composed of 17 I and Mike Barber of Bunnell. He possible to help develop indus-1 Sam Broadway of Bunnell, for the. 38 acres of land from
tt: will meet tries in the Flagler County area.' I Lehigh Portland Cement Co.,
! businessmen. They I I I was 69 years of age. passed away early Friday morning :.
Friday night to adopt bylawsand Funeral was held Wednesday!l "As you state, I am not in I in a Douglas, Ga., hospital 'Rayonnier, Inc., and L. E. Wads-

it is expected that nomi- I afternoon at Deep Creek Cemetery -II I I a position to pick and choose following a long illness. She II'worth.

nating committee will be namedat near Alma, Georgia. 1 1t counties I. was 75 'years of age. i I The balance of the needed ,
this ,meeting for the electionof I Survivors 'Include three .sons,j jI I I Funeral service and interment right of way has been donatedby f
officers next month. t Carl and Marvin E., of Way-i I I industry. I have found that according I I.was held Sunday in Pierson, I land owners along the Kings '

I cross and Woodrow' of Callahan, r to the particular type Georgia. road. Joseph Paquin of Von Bu-

Florida; two daughters, Mrs.(lof industrial plant that is contemplating l Survivors include her husband, low Ranch said his company
Rotary Club To Jim Walker of Jacksonville; I moving to Florida, E. L. Broadway, of Willachoo- would also give 60,hours of time '
I t I Mrs. Kenneth. Ford of Marshall I some localities in our,state serve.I che; two sons George Broada '.with a bulldorzier and operator

.Texas. Five' brothers, Charlie of i much better than 6thers. I way of Mobile, Ala., and Sam in addition to the right of way

Sponsor Tractor Waycross; 'J.. D. and: Mike of would suggest that in connection ,Broadaway of Bunnell; two which, they have given.
I with the Florida Develop The board also voted to con-
Bunnell;' Spence and Warren of I daughters, Mrs. Ida Vickers oft
Liza ment Commission and the Flor- and Miss Stella tact the ,State Road Department
Mayo; two sisters Mrs. I Willacoochee, :rand
I Savannah- ida Industrial. Commission theBunnell" of Bunnell. Ten the Federal Bureau ol-Roads.
Safety Program Lovett of Mrs' l Broadaway
; t t Businessmen's Association and request them to include an 14r
t Betty Howard, of Offerman. Also' i grandchildren and fifteen great- '.
I and other interested local also survive. r access and exit to the Interstate ,
several grandchildren. grandchildren
The Club of Bunnell
Rotary organizations set up an overall, I Also surviving was one brother :Highway 95 where it would

will sponsor an agricultural I .coordinated program for the attraction George Solomon of Millville, cross State Highway 11 in Flag
equipment safety program 1:30P. on : SELECT NOW YOUR I of commerce and in I New Jersey. After attending hissister's ler County.
December 14 at
: GEETING dustry. I know other localitiesin Action on these two matterswas
CHRISTMAS funeral he be-
.M. at the, Cobb Warehouselot :1 I Sunday ,
Florida have done this and requested by a delegation
located on U. S. 1 in Bun. ADS IN THE TRIBUNE I gan \ his return trip home. He
many have met with great suc- from the newly formed Flagler
suffered attack and died
nell, President John Cannon I There is no better way to con- cess. Should vou run _into__ any I a.heart...: ? "... ____._ I Committee of 100 The delegation
announced : 1----- u I suddenly in waycross, u cg1a.1Funeral
I today. vey to your friends and customers :I[specific problems in connection, I services were held in was headed by the acting
The demonstration feature
.l l. the Christmas holiday 1 I with 'such a program, please Pierson, Ga. for him Wednesday. :1 chairman, James Ebert. '
of ,
t a team Agricultural greeting than an 'attractive advertisement feel free to call on me." I The bid for furnishing groceries
Safety Experts from the Florida in The Tribune. It for the stockade for the

Farm Bureal. The team will will be read by most householdsin month,was awarded to Rodgers
bring with them a sizeable Carver School I I .
the, county. Rodgers Grocery as low bidder.
l quanitty of demonstration equip- I The cost is moderate; the ex No bids were received for the

\t.. Club ment. will In addition provide, the additional Rotary' pression throughout of the goodwill'year. remains Band In Orange I Wins Gator Bowl I commission.lumber advertised for' by the.

equipment f rqm local sources. x I. The Christmas issue of The Week-end TripCurtis A representative from the Of- .
Blossom Classic
A number of demonstrationswill Tribune will "t>e published December fice Printing Company in Talla- ...
he made which shows dramatically advertise Rodgers has won an all-
21, and your I hassee appeared before the
.... the dangers. of power ment must be selected on or be- II Carver High School .Band of expense trip to Jacksonville for board in connection with furnishing
takeoff devices on farm equip- (Bunnell, ,known as "Carver's I I -
fore this Friday at 6 .P. M. I the Gator Bowl weekend. The forms for the property
ment the I[ Marching 100, has been invited
possible in
ways contest was sponsored by the
Just call ID 7-3282 or better I!inventory for the county. Action
which tractors" can be easily yet come in and select your own. to participate in the Orange Red and White Company in by the board was postponed until
overturned, and .the dangers of I Blossom Classic in Miami on connection with their annual I a later date. .
improperly attached equipment.Some .I December 9th, School Principal Train Load Sale. 1 t I
of these demonstrations: REV. SPICER .ONJACKSONVILLE I LeRoy Hunter said today. :Mr. and Mrs.: Rodgers will i

require the use of remote con i i TV .!| The Carver Marching: 100 is stay at the Robert Meyer Hotel. I'

trol equipment since' they are I I;I Rev W. L. Spicer Jr., pastorof ; under' the direction of Band-- They will have tickets to the I Flagler MethodistMen
too dangerous to be performed the Bunn Methodist Church,I master Preston W. Marshall. Gator Bowl game, and will also
by'a person. Dummies .also will I will be heard on Jacksonville The band will leave here Fri be entertained at the Steer Room !! Hold Auction
be used to demonstrate the Channel 12 each morning next day to go to Miami where it and River Club. II'

dangers of carelessness In the week. will participate In the Orange Friday Evening :
use of farm equipment.Each Blossom Parade and also in the I
The program, "Living Words, !I
thousands of farm Orange Bowl half time show. Flagler Beach Methodist Men
year Bunnell O. E. S.
be each morning at 6:30, be- .
accidents occur which can In- The bowl game will be between plan to hold a public auction a t ton
ginning Monday, December 11
jure and kill farmers and their Florida A & M of Tallahasseeand Will Observe Friday evening, December 8,
run through Friday. .
employees. Many of these accidents Jackson College of' :Missis- Friendship Night at 7 o'clock. The auction will .
can 'be prevented if the sippi. Bunnell: Chapter No. 93, Order be held in the' Flagler Recrea
dangers are' thoroughly 'under Reynolds To The Carver band has been in- Eastern Star f will observe' tion Center in Flagler Beach.

stood by those ,who operate farm Attend StateCommittee vited 'to participate in several Friendship Night at their meeting Much of the merchandise to
machinery. MeetDr. parades during the year which I Tuesday evening, Decem be sold at this auction has been
Special invitations are being included the Bethune College !ber 12th. contributed by local merchants '

issued to farmers and their employees Allen Reynolds plans to Parade in Daytona Be a c h. i Visitors from the surrounding and citizens. A lot of it is new.Lyman

within the county. All spend next Thursday in Talla- Through participating In these I i area chapters will attend the Gage said there will

boys who are students. at Bun hassee attending, the semi events the band has, received a meeting and officers from other be no misrepresentation of any ,
nell High School will attend annual meeting of the Florida rating, which qualifies it for 1 I I chapters In the district ,will article such as used material,
this demonstration as a school Committee on Rural Health. Dr. consideration; It is an honor for I serve as officers during the and will be sold subject to examination

safety activity.It Reynolds will be one of a two- I the band and the school to be meeting Worthy 1atron'Rita and as is. There will
is sincerely hoped that all dentist team representing the invited to the Orange Blossom Diamond said. be farm produce such as potatoes -

citizens ,of the county who are; Florida State Dental, Society at Classic. All members of- the O.E. S. eggs fruit, pecans and ..
interested in farm safety will this meeting. The Carver Band recently I I are invited to attend the meeting plants. Even a live baby beef I
.be present for 'this opportunity I I Also attending the committee made a dress parade from" the Mrs.. Diamond stated. which will be taken to the

to learn some of the more im I meeting will be representativesfrom school to the downtown area of butchers free of charge for the

; portant aspects ,of ,farm safety .the Extensive Service In Bunnell and return to the school.1 I oleo women,of Indochina_dislike successful bidder., .'

i Mr. Cannon said. 1 Gainesville, State. Medical 'Society j, paper money but dote on Everyone is welcome. Members ..
The demonstration will begin Florida State Health .Department I Irises refuse to grow near the i!I silver coins. They: keep their of the committee Invites ,

promptly'at 1:30 P..M and will; ., State Vetirinary Society l equator; but some varieties I fbank accounts': in chains. II I everyone to come out and enjoy
continue for about one Tiour and others. ::bloom at the edge of the Arctic I;I strung'.around their. necks. the fun.
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PAGE Two' THE. FLAGLER TRIBUNE BU ----F-ORIDA. Thursday Dec. 7, 1961

I champs T of the conference..

I Bunnell Probable-Forwards'Lineup;_ 'Westbrook, t AREA BUSINESS DIRECTORY 1. I IAIR

Weaver: and, King; guards, ,M. --- -- -- __ __ __ _
Steflik, CL Steflik and Cummins.
Baldwin-forwards, S 1 a n e I i
Prince, Doris Higginbotham, and FLORIDA AIRCONDITIONING I Whatever The Occasion

i Faye Foraker; guards Lane CO. I -Say It With Flowers

1 By Leslie Pacha Avery. Patty .Parrish, and Peggy, Of Daytona, Inc I from

BUNNELL GIRLS WIN I I points for Green Cove, scored Smith. .. THE RECORD .AIR GENERAL'CONDmONING-HEATING SHEET METAL I I' Black's Flower Shop.

THRILLER 30 TO 29 ,I two points' in the overtime togo BunnellIndiaaa "We're Proud of Our Work: Phone ID, 7-3348
.r ahead 2523. Sue King .sank 330. Walker Holly Hill. OR 7-6120 111 N. Forsythe Bunnelt
Bunnell High.School girls basketball I I 1961 42 60 4 I
the next goal just 'as the buzzer
to Green 1960 75't 94 AUTO SERVICE FUEL OILKING'S
team traveled
-. I fended the period to tie up the I(I
22 to 1960 69 94
Cove Springs November
R game and go into another over McDANIEL'S
encounter a nervewrackinggame. time. '
'The Bunnell, girls pushedthe I. .Tuesday, December: 12,' Taylor Service Station ,,PHILLIPS 66 GAS & OILS

highly favored Green Cove Jean Hicks scored for Green High will come here: to play the STANDARD OIL PRODUCTS J. L. IRWIN. Prop.

./, team to two overtime periods to Cove to go ahead 2725.'Sharon Bunnell girls. The time will be Tires-Batteries-Minor Repairs Lubrication-Tires-Batteries

outscore them 30 to 29 to win Townsend tied the score with a 7:15. The Bunnell girls will be Bunnell ID 7.7119 Fuel Oil, Kerosene, Tractor FueJ

the game.! I II I basket to make it 2727.. Pat looking for their fifth straightwin u.s. 1 N. Bunnell ID 7.3678

Boyette sank a two-pointer togo over Taylor in three years. Biddle Gulf ServiceGASOILLUBRICATION I
I Both teams started the
game ahead 2927. Barbara'Weaver Record Bunnell Taylor: GARDEN SHOPGray's
and played a slow pace. The was fouled on a layup shot and 1960.61 42 27

first quarter score was Green had two free throws to tie 'up: 44 32 GULF TIRES & BATTERIES I Garden. Center
Cove 4, Bunnell 3. The second 1959.60 74 43 Open 7 A.M.-10 P.M.-7 Daya Headquarter t r Gardening Need.
Barbara made
the game. one |Ceramics. Gifts Dry Arrangement
quarter, Green Cove pulled shot good and the sCore, was 44 32 State&Lambert US 1-ID 7-7190 1 i Materials

ahead and the half ended 14-10 I I.Green Cove 29, Bunnell, 28. 40 11 1 1 1 Annuals Shrubbery Fertilizers

in favor ,of,Green Cove. Bunnell guard Beverly Cummins Colonial Service StationEARL TORO LAWN MOWERS

I I REDSKINS WIN FIRST E. RICE. ProprietorGAS'OILLUBRICATION I 147 Tomoka Avenue-Ph. OR 7-051'
Green 'Cove' Fg Ft, Tp stole the ball from Green Cove ORMOND

Boyette 4' 7 15 and 'passed _it to Grace Steflik I BOWL GAME HERE l I '

Lee' \ 5 0.10 who got down to Sue King who Johnny Jones' Ormond Beach MOTOR TUNE-UP I HARDWARE .
: Redskins with Richard Collins GOODYEAR TIRES & BATTERIESU.S.
4 bug-a-booed it through the
Brown _*. .' OilHicks .a HIWAY 1 -, BUNNELL THAT FAMOUS PAINT
',/i"., .' .'033 ket for two points, to go ahead taking charge beat 'the Baby I!I "

v '\" ,'.j, .... .:... 3029. Bunnell :froze the ball Falcons of Knoxville, Tennessee ED'S Exclusively at

.I ,-9 11 29 and the. game ended with Bun 19-0 in the first annual "Birth PURE OIL STATION FLAGLER BEACHHARDWARE

Bunnell ,Fg Ft P nell the victor. place of Speed" midget football I ..
1 bowl" Specializing in Wash & 'Waxing
game Saturday night
King 3 3 9 The Steflik sisters; ,Grace and TireSBatterieSAccessories: I l
Football fans would
'157 have enjoyed : Flagler Beach HE 9-2103
Westbrook Mechele nice defense MINOR REPAIRS I
played a the i
watching See- ,
Weaver 1 1 3 game. 1 I
u.s. Hwy. 1-Bunnell-ID 7-3138
and freshman
game guard Beverly t

Tucker 102 419Steflik Cummins, working with the ; ing their the bench Redskins, I could only players see one on I I BAR AND PACKAGE STAREBAMBOO I!, Village Hardwar Center

Townsend Steflik sisters : I I HOUSE PAINTS
., played 0
0 0
Match and mix color
tional Sheila: Westbrook any
game. high school what *
an job
Tteflik '000 played a good game of 'defense the coaches will have easy to bring BAR & COCKTAIL :I Builder's Supplies Eitchenwore'
and offensive ball handling. LOUNGE !
out a little more of football from
AlA Ormond 'Beach CL 2.0420
these The .
boys. boys on both
,,,10 10 30 FROM 9 i
The Bunnell girls started to BALDWIN INDIANS GIRLS teams played good football and SUNDAY FROM 6 'P.M. i JEWELER

play a faster game in the.third TEAM HERE FRIDAY NIGHT Johnny Jones did a good job Ocean Blvd,AlA Flagler Beach
with those Redskins.We .
quarter -and the new style of BRENNAN Jewelers
Miss Harriet Lyons' Baldwin certainly thank you for I MILLAND BAR AND
play,pushed Green Cove. The DiamondS-Diamond
Indians will invade the Bunnell
giving us the chance
quarter finished, the Bunnell i Fine Jewelry, and Gilts
Friday night, December 8, Redskins. Better luck I
gym next sea- I pro'ps.
girls were, behind 16-14. In the Eddie & Mary Shultz. '; Hamilton, Bulova, Benrusi
at 7:30. son. The Redskins finished
fourth quarter, the Bunnell girls the PACKAGE GOODS :i i Watches
The Indians who won 14 and season with 3-7-1
began hitting their stride and 9 a.m.-2 a.m-Sun. 1 p.m. 2 a.m.: Watches -jewelry-Clocks Repaired
bearing down. With the score lost 1 last season and also won (More on I page 6) Ocean Dlvd-Fla&1er,DeBeJaBETH'S 60 E. Granada-ormond-oR 7-5056

23-17 in favor "of Green Cove, the Sti Johns River Conference: ...........- .". ". SEASIDE I
is one of the best girls basketball FURNITUREI

two Sue King rung Allida the Tucker basket for teams in northeast Florida. O. F. ALFORDRegistered BAR & GRILL i I I Ormond Bedding and
points, came I ,
The Bunnell girls were r nner-. FOR FINEPOOD
through with a two-pointer and I "I.. I I Furniture Co.
up in the conference last. year. Real I
Sharon Estate Broker
with seconds remaining Substantial Discounts on All '
Townsend put one through the' This game will give a bearingon I, 3 mi. N. of Flagler on AlA I J"I DEDSSOFASFURNITUREI
I $10 Tradeln Covers Down Payment
this season's leaders in the Bunnell Florida
hoop to tie the game up and I ,, !, Open 7 A.M.-II P.M.
conference. Basketball fans will ...vuvwwvvwwwwvwTHE I I I R. S. ROBENBERRY, Owner
put it into overtime. 60 Granada Ormond Bch. OR 7-9411
be in for some good action as
Pat Boyette, who scored 15 I I I I ==
one of the teams will ''be the OUTBOARDER I i i
-- Authorized Evlnrude Dealer I "

Bunnell High 'School Bas;ketball Schedule 196162Girls BOATS ACCESSORIES REPAIRS I Building Supplies JERRY'S PAINT MART

Dockage Storage Free Ramp CEMENT,- CEMENT BLOCKS' PITTSBURGHPaintsFinishes
,Fri. Dec. 8 Baldwin Here 7:30 WE FINANCE .

Tugs.. Dec. 12 PiersonFri. Boys and'Girls Here 7:15A I 825 Ballough Rd-Daytona STEEL i

Dec. 15, Father Lopez and' B Boys There 7:00A Flagler Beach HE 9-2254 Point Sundries-Wallpaper

Tues. Dec. 19 38 W. Granada-Ormond
Open PAL
Fri. Dec. 22 St JosephFri. and B Boys There 7:00A BOTTLE GASHARRIS ORange 7.0761
Automotive Specialty Center I II
Jan 5 Crescent City and, ,B Boys Here 7:00A BRAKES RELINED S15-85 I BOTTLE GAS I HOOFER
Tues. Jan 9 Fla. Mil. School and B Boys There 6:30: -PARTS AND LABOR BOTTLE or BULK


Fri. 'Jan. 12 Fla. D & B Boys'and Girls There 7:00A 540 Mason Ave.- Daytona HOME OWNED GAS COMPANY Manufacturers of 1,
and, B Here 7:00A Cement Tile Roof"mgALL
Sat. Jan 13 Hastings Boys PHONE ID '7.3551

Tues. Jan 16 St.. Augustine and B Boys. Here 7:00 Help Flagler County Grow TYPES OF ROOFINGFast

Tues: Jan 16 Green Cove Girls Here 5:30A FREE PAINT at Home Dependable Service
By Shopping
St and B Here 7:00 HWY. 1 N. ORMOND
Fri. Jan 19 Joseph Boys '
One extra gallon of your choice ORange 7-5177, 7.1793
Tues. Jan. 23 PiersonFri. Boys and Girls There 7:15 CONCRETE PRODUCTS
with each grallotr
Jan. 26 Oviedo Boys and Girls'Here- 7:00 RESTAURANT
Tues. Jan. 30 Fla. D & B Boys and Girls Here 7:00A Mary Carter Paint Store Your "Q" For Concrete, I

Fri. Feb 2 Crescent City J and B Boys There 7:00 Alao'Weatcata $ho plac Gutter Dial CL 3-8113 SUE-Z-Q RESTAURANT

Sat. Feb. 3 'orange Park Girls There 7:00 DAYTONA BEACHQuillian's Lunches-Dinners-Sandwiches

Feb. 8-9-10 Conf Tournament'Tues. ORMOND PRESCRIPTION' OPEN 24 HOURS DAILY

Feb. 13 Hastings A and B Boys There 7:00, Room PHARMACYSick Sundries Concrete, Inc.CLEANERS. 152 W Granada-Ormond Beach
Fri., Feb. 16 Callahan A and B Boys There 7:00 HOSPITAL SUPPLIES- Open 6 A.Mill P.M. at
Sat. Feb. 17 Father Lopez A and B Boys Here 7:00A .
24-Hour Service
Prescription I 146 S. Atlantic-Ormond
Feb. 20 Fla. Mil. and B Here 7:00
Tues. School Boys
Free in
Delivery Flagler Beach BUNNELL CLEANERSWE
Sat. Feb. 24 Hawthorne Boys and Girls Here 7:00 Rt. AlA 1 taL North of
-Tel. OR 7-1661
'March 32-3 Group Tournament I' ,
". S hrimp-Steak Chops'Chicken
O>>ea Dally 8 tPkone e -
wlches and Shakes
H 7-3188
Cllr 3HaglrBUHHKLI .(irrihuR" Sandwiches, and: Pies
115 N. St. Bunnell

FLORIDA DRUG STORES Ocean Spray Restaurant

AlA 1 Mile South of Pier

AMBULANCE MRS. M. B. FULLER,.Editor I Moody's Pharmacy
PHONE VAIley 41625ST. ; Used Furniture-Upholstery
SERVICE Flakier County Corner Drug Store .
for PubHe Ttlce .f Flatter

liner be hesitant about calling a Garcia Amhnlfmm. We. Gouty, MuielpaHtie tfcerela .DRUGS-SUNDRIES SERVICE Furniture & Upholstery ,

are always at yoex serried with. 'prosptsess, safety tlEad and .the State .f VlmttaBatered FOUNTAIN GOOD USED FURNITURE
,BnaneH Flo. Phone ID 7-3661 New Bedding-Mattres* Renovating -
. mm .....< daa Matter SEBVICE Furniture UDb.LetertzNrrad.* .t
I F. .Equipped With,Oxygen Re witator and _Inhalater I ,. Febrwarr! .I'iS.at- ..,tsislllea '
at BuaeH. F1.rUa..ndeL act .fHarea

,Garcia. Funeral Home ., S,, MM.OB .RBSIDEjnTAI.' MOTOR_ INDUSTRIALCOL. COMPANY The Flagler Tribune,

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II 1, ,: ,t Thursday, Dec. 7, 196i THE FLAGLER TRIBUNE, BUNNELL, FLORIDA PAGE THREEBunnell ,

j Lynda- Townsend, Mike -Robinson .1 I :
' High Honor .. .:
'i i{! Charles Clegg, John Cody.. ,':' ..
..... Roll Second. ,, PeriodFourth Sixth grade-Cathy; Anderson, 'I ,,,*M A..-'.. ''. ; ; EVERYBODY SAVES AT OUR* .

.-- Sue Broadaway, Rusty Improta, .. !
I grade- Donna Splcer, Linda Sharon Patrick, A:7' S ,
Knight -k
I f. ,. Beth .Matherly. Gwen King, Cliff' Tony P rker. ', # k,,., S .c -..
1. Dozier, Linda Church, Jack Baker v

Deborah Lane, Donald Pel- Seventh grade-Dennis. Clay, *

licer, Tyrone Whitaker, Lesa Arthur McDaniel, Walton Cow- .fll" TJ r

1 Knight. art, Barbara Pache, Allen Jones,.I
t Betty Dunson, Julie Wilkins. \
Fifth grade-Glen Carle, Hal I # !

,'f King, George Koczwanski, Carla Eighth grade-Betty Lynn I !

: \ Tucker, Colleen Tucker, Carol Bourne, Margie Lee Blakely, [ ; k i iI iI I
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FLAGLER BEACH Ninth grade-Gloria Johnston,
I SCHOOL HONOR ROLL Larry Zysk, Heidi Eisenbach,

I The list of names that were Heywood Gordon, Ida Allen.' ri
placed 'on the honor roll for the Tenth grade-Linda Cody,
I,,1\ second 6\veeks period was given Kathy Barber Jennie Bennett,i iI All Purpose Shortening .
by Principal W. E. Fennell, Jr., ,
I Howard Emery, Nell Johnston. ;
,. as follows: I Allida Tucker, Nancy Wilson,I -- BAKE RITE 3r can 59'.

Third grade-Sandra Abbott, Gail Wadsworth. t }

Debra'Johnson, Linda Smith, Pat Eleventh grade-Caroline Clif a \ .
Duncan and, Frederick Fruits. tonBarbara Weaver, Carol Hos- Blue Plate < Pard 16 oz. can '. '.

:\ Fourth grade-Norman Boswejl kins. Michele-Steflik. DOG FOOD -: 3 for '49c .

Cathy Duncan, Donna Fil- Twelfth grade-Florence- Williams -,i "

;I kins, ,Janet Sue Haines, Debbie Connie Shields, Mary Su- MAYONNAISE King Size -
{ Lucas: Kris Martel, Howard Me- .
san Brannam, Susan Wadsworth, '
3 Nitt, Ann Meekins, Debby Mis- FAB 25c OFF ea. 99c '
Grace Steflik, Susan Jane .Deen, ; .
";'\ sine' ," Barbara Wilson.. Elaine Deen, Mona Hornsby, ,3'9 V .

Peggy- Hoskins, David Cook, qt : Shurfine '
Fifth .grade-Suellen Duncan, ,
i! David Johnson. Jamesene Dawson. I tb 25c
I" I POP CORN 2 bag'
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I' Sixth grade-Tommy Duncan, ,
ll h''''lDr: mJ1!: :mm: 1: ")G"I .. Del Monte 303 ,
Linda McNab, Marylyn :Mitch- can -

t urn, Johnny :Meigs, Patricia I :"I: CREAM STLYE CORN 5 for $1.00 '

: Roble, Eleanor ShilL Ronald Fill Limit with $5100: or more food order I .
::1 f Thames, and Wesley Thomas. J
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Get $9,046 For Next I =z' Xmas Lykes- Sugar CreekPICNICS r i itt i;

Year's'ACP County's ProgramFlagler Agricultural tt 2iFR 1"" : :

Conservation Program for 1962 TOP VALUE STAMPS I Z9

I is now', underway;, according to with the purchase of I .

=I A. B. ,Johnston, chairman of the tt i SwelFROSTING l', t
J County Agricultural Stabiliza. MIXES I ,

t tion and Conservation Commit This Coupon void 12-9-61 I .
11 i tee. He points'out that the.1962 I SZSggSteMiKa tt "

ACP will be substantially the 50 FREE i Home Style Pure .Pork .World's Best i iSMOKED'SAUSAGE

same as the 1961 program. '

County ASCS committeemen will "J' TOP VALUE'STAMPSwith 1 tb 55cHAMBURGER, 3 $139 -
administer the ACP as in past the purchase: of / Ibs.

years. 2' tb FlowersFRUITCAKES. [;j J NECK BONES < 5 1ba59c .' ',# I
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Ii PIG FEET ., '
The is to Lean Tender .
program designed This void 12-9-61 i -
farmers establish needed Coupon m Crescent Brand .,
help '1 1f : : 59'c' .
conservation practices on their; SLICED BACON 3 $l o.CHUCK STEAK tb
land. Farmers who have a conservation tt SO FREE Ibs. "
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problem which they I
TOP VALUE ."':, .. .
are not able to solve with their -
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with 'the'purchase of jj:t ; '._.
own resources are encouraged 'j'; -
1 3 Ibs. Homemade \t
to visit the ASCS office to .talkit 11I

over. This Coupon. void. 12-9-61> i I Jumbo Heads Fla.
For the convenience of farm. '
ers the county office manager h Ei for
will be in SCS office in Bunnell 25 ..

Monday, December 11, at 10 TOP VALUE STAMPS ', t Maxwell
Fancy Fresh HouseGREEN
A._M, until 4 P.M. Be sure to with the purchase of j I ". I .

come in at that 'time or it will 2 cans Joan-Arc 303 can ;, BEANS 2' .Ibs.,.33c'. .' .

be necessary for you to go to KIDNEY BEANS C Coffee
St. Augustine to the county of-
This void 12-9-61
Coupon 0-
fice. ",, 1, Extra Fancy Washington State .

Flagler county received an al. DELICOUS APPLES tb 27< ':
location of 9046.00 for the 1962 '
Agricultural Conservation Pro TOP VALUE' STAMPS I S 37
gram. with the purchase of ; 5' .sf's, .
Roman / gal. ( Siesta t ,

Subscribe lor The Flagler TrIbune BLEACHsThis .' t-;,' ;
ICE MILKHolsum gallon49c
S2JSO A Year In Advance Coupon void 12-9-61 I l/2 .
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IX TillCII1Cl'IT COURT OPKLACIL.KH : Limit 1 with $5.00-or. more food order.
COUA'TY. FLORIDA, 50 FREETOP 2 tb jar ,. : .
<;\-UL WILLIAM WOODCOCK Plaintiff* VALUE STAMPS I GRAPE JELLY .' 39c I Morton's 8 oz.

GRACE POO& WOODCOCK Defendant. with,the purchase of I Free Tweezers Bath Size .. MEAT PIES 3 /69c
Halvorson Table
Any .
..'. Grace Poole Woodcock whose S .f Freezer Queen 18 oz. pkg., ,
last known residence and ad- This Coupon ,void 12-9-61 i
.dress was 524 Boy land Avenue Flaga'40 ozl pkg. CUBE STEAKS .
= pkg79C
Raleigh North Carolina
You are hereby notified that a zs FREE i I BLACK. EYE PEASAppian ea. 39c ,
suit has been SUed against you In : -
the above entitled cause; and you Ole Ida. 2 tb bag ;.
hereby required to file your answer I i S
.are '
Way '
with the Clerk of this Court TOP VALUE STAMPS j FRENCH FRIES 53C
.. and to serve a copy .thereof 'Upon with the purchase of PIZZA MIX pkg. 39c .
.the plaintiff or plaintiff's attorney
whose name and address is: No. 5 Glass I na
Richard E. ConnerP.
New Smyrna Beach. Florida This Coupon void 12-9-61! RESERVED
not later- than December 30. A. D., .....-,.I" -..,.
1961. F-''''' '" "" "" n n n '"
If you fall to 'do so. decree pro .
confesso will be entered againstyou FREE .. PRICES GOOD .i
for the relief demanded in the
Bill of Complaint. The nature of Dec7.8-9,1961
said suit being for divorce.WITNESS' 'TOP VALUE'ST MPS .
my hand and seal of
said Court this 22nd. day of No- with the purchase of I : STORE HOURS
vember A..D. 1961. 111 S. RAILROAD AVE. BUNNELL FLA.MoL .
Official Seal) E. A. SMYTHR $5.00 or more order tlsur'Frlr-S A.M.-6:45 P.H. I
.... Clerk of said Circuit Court. .
'. ..-DeputyiClerHarvey: This Coupon- -void- 12-9-61, I "THE FRIENDLIEST STORE IN' TOWN!' Sot ....;;t 8 AJC. 9 P. M.f '

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':: ,Married in Missouri FORMER RESIDENT il
r1 Mrs. Araminta Right and Mr.
.Flagler friends of Mrs. Blanche I
Charles Bertalot were
,i in Missouri this 'week. Mrs. Finn Riley were saddened by the, GOOD Thurs. Fri. Sat.

Right has been% a resident here news that she passed away / Dec 7-8-9, 1961
l MondayIn' Fort Lauderdale. No I .
since moving here five years ago
other information was aval1a.b1eat C Quantity Rights Reserved
with, her sister, Mrs. Gertrude
Higgins Mr. Bertalot, a native press time. r
of Missouri and a retired hotel-
:. man, spends.part of the year in FIRST BAPTIST CHURCH. Center Cut Western Flavor Aged
Lakeland,Florida. Mrs.IKlght
s left here Monday, making the Rev.. and Mrs. Atlee Stevens PORK SIRLOINSTEAK
trip to 'Missouri.CHmSTMAS moved into the new pastoriumon
Lambert Ave. last_Wednes- CHOPS 69i lb. 89*
PLAY ,HIGHLIGHTS J day. Rev. Stevens recently accepted lb. 1 ,
the call to the First
I I', ,P-T. A. MEETING j Bap-
The meeting of the Flagler tist Church as pastor. Rev Stevens Fresh Boston >Butt Palm River

Beach P-T.. A. at the school on has supplied the pulpit on PORKROAST SLICEDBACON
Tuesday evening had an attend many occasions recently.An .
ance of about a hundred. Room open house reception for
count was won by Mrs., Daisy him and Mrs. Stevens has been ib 49 lb. 49'Larry's

t Moody's fifth grade. Mrs. Jean planned for Sunday afternoon, .
ette Owens presided. The devotional December' 10th from 3 to 5 o' Home Made Copeland'sTENDER
F .
given by John Cannon, clock at the pastorium on Lam- PURE PORK SMOKEDPICNICS'
was the Christmas taken from bert Ave. by the First Baptist '
,; the Gospel according to St. Luke. Church. The public .is invited.: *

During the business portion of SAUSAGE' 'lb. 39
r. the meeting Mrs. 1... ,A. Johnsonwas FLAGLER BEACH ,METHODISTThe ,
elected vice ,president.The Flagler Beach Methodist
play "The Littliest Angel"was Church Men's Club will meet Maxwell House ShurfreshCooking
put on by Mrs. Daisy Monday, December 11th at 7:30 I
:Moody's fifth grade. They gave P. M. at the home of Harold I
,'. a, good performance and the Jones on South Flagler Ave.I
scenery was well done. Thosein Rev. R. N. Hoover will have the COFFEEIb. Oil
the cast showed that they program.
had been well trained. Refresh I The W S C S of the Flagler
ments were served. Beach Methodist Church will

... meet on Thursday, December14th
GARDEN CLUB- WILL SPONSOR at the home of Mrs. Bernie .

HOME CHRISTMAS LIGHTINGIt Wilson. with Mrs. Emily Bondyas 39 S qi. 39 '
was decided, on Tuesday the co-hostess. Mrs. Betty :
afternoon when the Flagler Gar- Johnson will have charge of the can
den Club met.to sponsor the an. program.
nual Christmas Home Lighting Limit one with $5.00 or more food order Limit one with $5.00 or more food order

Mrs. Frank Brede was named CHURCH NOTES 21/2 Shurfine Shurfresh
chairman and she said that it Rev. R. W. Dickert, pastor, announced FRUIT
would run from now until De- that the sermon topic '
cember 22nd when the judges. for next Sunday morning wouldbe Biscuits canLim' 5
would decide the winners.Community "The Gifts and Functions of Cocktail 3 Cirj$1:
the Holy Spirit. Church serve It 3 with order .
-" PJS.5
ices are held atx;11 A.M. and .
unday school begins' 10 A.M. 2% Glass Sunshine Bremner

j Memorial ChurchIDterdenomlDatlonal with The classes Sunday for School all ages.Christmas PICKLEDPeaches I Saltines Jfc: 19 1 *

Party will be held on Decem- 3''for $1 00 ;
AIR CONDITIONED ber 19th at 7:30 P.M. and
Daytona Ave. cial guest win be Santa. spe-I 2l/2 can Silver Floss
BEACH according to Sunday School No. 300 can Lykes SAUERKraut t
perintendent E. L. Hart.
Sunday School 10:00: A.M. A covered dish supper will beheld I 1 !
Church Service 11:00 A.M. in Fellowship Hall 00 can
Beans 5
I H. W. DICKERT. Pastor day evening, beginning Thurs-I ,
EVERYONE WELCOME clock, to which the public Dromedary
vited. A short
ducted by Rev. R. W. Dickert 8 oz *
Dates 29
will be held immediately after:
pkg.Bisquick pkg
ward and then the, regular business k'

MAKES meeting.Mrs. p 6 oz. Folger's
: Ann Batten will be host- '
Agent For Pillsbury INSTANTCoffee
ess for a plastic ware party on s
Friday afternoon at 1:30: in the lb *
RCA & PHILGO Fellowship Hall. i Flour 5 g49 jar 79 .

AND INSTALLED Miss Betty A. :Meadows returned -
to her home here last 46 oz. can Roma ;
? week ,after spending several HAWAIIANPunch

S TVBobFLAGLER was to months Hawaii away in from this Europe Europe time,While.she and flew she returned 3Yfor' $1 00 Wines 99' :

there to complete her as I
slgnment. i
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f. LIMA BEANS 2 for49c APPLES b
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.; Olean, Casey ,and: : Mrs. Smith' Stewart ,.'"'it':' \
APPLE PIF.8' ,49c PECANS 3 $100 :,
I Rocks : : each bag
The Country 1Q<< oz. Winter GardenSTRAWBERRIES "' U.S. No.1" ,

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Mrs. Daisy Cook returned. THE BOOK NOOKTitle 1 an island which was to be his

JI her home in Pansy, Ala., duringthe I home for a long time to come.

past weekend after 'a visit : Robinson' Crusoe. Author, At first Robinson Crusoe had a

of two weeks here'with her son Defoe. hard time adjusting himself to

I in law and daughter, Mr. and Attention readers! If you want this new standard of life. Crusoe

I i Mrs., L. M. .Whitaker.Mr. .- I I to read an interesting book you built himself a house with' a
baricade after he found out
should read Robinson Crusoe.
there were natives on the is
\ and Mrs. Wallace Joiner Robinson Crusoe was return land. ,

I and children of Tampa were
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I MRS. KNIGHT IS JOEY JAY MEDDEH&: I plantationon A pirate snip finally caught
weekend guests of Mr.: and Mrs. his home when his
HOSTESS TO Mr. and Mrs. J. W. Medders I sight of Crusoe and came and
f t. W.S.C.S. MEETING of Bunnell are the parents of Walter Knight. was wrecked in a storm. After goet him off the island.

\ a six pound ten .and, a half I the wreck he made his way to Jerry Burnsed Library Assistant
:Mrs. Walter Knight was host- Thomas Lenssen had as his --- -
born December 2, at
ounce son,
ess to members of the Woman's .I guest several days last week
the Flagler Clinic and Hospital.He
Society of Christian Service of his mother, Mrs. Nicholas Lens-
has been given the name of
the Bunnell Methodist Church i sen.
Wednesday morning at a coffee. Joey Jay. Don't Let Your Child

The meeting was held at the Joe and John Kuenzi of Fair-
H. T. Orem was accompaniedhere
Knight home Haw Creek,, and bury, Ill., spent several days

y the rooms were festive with by Mrs.recently-from Orem's mother Akron,, Ohio Mrs., here the past weekend. They Be Left Out of Getting A Letter

Christmas decorations. The dining flew down in their airplane and \
Bessie ,Hendrix. She will spend .
table was overlaid with a joined the Flying Farmers; at a From Santa Claus.
some time here with the Orems. I' _.
red net cloth over red linen. meeting in St. Augustine. The M .,

Arrangements appropriate to the I Flying Farmers visited Silver .
holiday season formed the cen- Mr. and Mrs. Robert MoodY'1 Springs, Cypress Gardens, and I Deadline December 15
3rd, and sons of ,
terpiece for the table. several other points of interestin
arrived here during the .past I II I
I the state. They left Miami .
Mrs. Knight was assisted in weekend for a short visit with I!
Tuesday evening for a three-day! Bunnell Store
\ serving by her daughter, Mrs. his parents, Mr. and Mrs. Bobby cruise to Nassau. Following the! \ Department

Tommy Durrance, and daughterin Moody. cruise, the Kuenzi brothers will
Robert French. Robert has been stationed in
law, Mrs.
spend a few days in Bunnell f
Twenty-three members and nine Augusta with the U.S. Army fora
before returning to their home.
guests were present. number of months and is being I 1

transferred to an .
\ assign-I Mr. and :Mrs. M. B. Fuller and
I Mrs. Cordell Robertson was in '
ment with :the army in WIND MILL GRILL
charge of the program and a George Moody, Sr. spent Sun-

I short; play "More Gifts For Ann is day in Lake City visiting with .
Way spending '
t Chrismas" was presented Those Mr. and Mrs. I. I. Moody and Open 6 A. M.-10 P.M.
about six weeks at the homeof
taking part were: Mrs. George I her parents before returningto family. BILL AND REECE .

Clegg, Mrs. Lloyd Robertson, the' hospital for further treat

Mrs. Bob Cook, Mrs. Ed Zeller, ment. She was injured in an Mr. and Mrs. Harry McKenneyhad DAILY LUNCH: SPECIALS : ,. $1.00
Mrs.: W. ,L. Spicer, Jr., Mrs. Kin- as their guests recently
ney Townsend, Mrs. Daniel auto accident on July 2 and has their daughter, Mrs. Barbara SATURDAY, Country Fried Steak $1.00
been in the Halifax Hospital
Johnston, Mrs. Leslie, Tucker, until recently. She is now in a Morris and children, David and SUNDAY, Chicken & Dumplings $1.25
Sandra of Jacksonville.Mrs. I
Mrs. Tommy Durrance, and Mrs.
body cast.
Lee Blakely. Mrs. Ray Mercerand I 2 Fresh: Vegetables, Salad and Rolls

s Mrs. Gene Knight sang Mr. and Mrs. A. T. Strickland Hirris Long J of Green Served with Each of These
and Mrs. Allen Cove Springs was here last I
I Lady accom- of Durham, N. C., spent the past
Short Orders Sandwiches A la Carte Meals
panied them at the piano. Thursday on business and also ,
weekend at Flagler Beach and I I
r The program was,'followed by visited with friends.
( Bunnell. They were on vacationand
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the state. Mr. and Mrs.. .

Strickland purchased a lot in
W. H. Deen, who is in a nurs- f .
the Palm Island subdivision sev- ,
ing home in Daytona Beach, underwent eral months : I .. < n.. '. ", -".t I
ago. ,
t surgery "at the Halifax' .. r .
I Hospital Tuesday morning. He '
Joe White of New
returned to the nursing home ,

I Tuesday afternoon. J Beach here Thursday.was 'a business visitor.- -. HAPPY HOLIDAYS'I

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: -" /' THE Fwf GLER TRIBUNE, v ,
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founded years
f:: -- with the team.! The team is not,cut at this .time.l ,Quebec '
t started out slowly but been practicing t is the .only walled _city left
Bulldogs fora ago
in .
Jim'Lopez be
will -
JV team: Basketball I
last, year's
I with six wins From in North America.
Comer the '
r Sports I finished year With the l' Erick Kuleski, Dean Peterson good season of fast action in
'nine '
of games.
out I I
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Brice all teams II
2 basketball as
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:I Bratcher and newcomer Jim I 1 l played some, summer
VARSITY OPENS SEASON I[season McGriff' will have some t had 1, RCA VICTOR
I Coach McGriff:
'TUESDAY WITH TAYLORThe ,[good material to work with. ,Brown., basketball.l in for some of that I LIVING, COLOR TV
his boys
Bulldogs basketball Canakaris' is still ,outbut "LOOK FOR THE PICTURE
Bunnell Ronnie
i I The veterans who are out for i iI I'i action. Knowing Cliff, I know IN THE WINDOW*
team with six lettermen returning 11 II is 'slowly coming ong and Radio & Television
Burnsed, He
action. Southern
out I the team are Jerry I in JanUary 'he will give us 'some 1 -
have been working, should be seeing action Ph.. OR 7-2001
I I Emery, I that out of 226 E. Granada
Mike McMillan-Quentin .1 knows how to get
himself OHBIOND
for the past seven days. \ as he is working

I, Coach McGriff finished I960- \Randy Morris' Harry 'i into shape and is looking good.-the boys. --- ----"
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and concrete<< are channeling their energies !into more Wherever concrete is blended into the American ',

productive coursess. scene-and that is almost everywhere-there must be ,

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Concrete levees and.floodgates keep the ones ingredient of concrete- we are proud of
f 3h our contribu-
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and, son' Bobby from Jackson spent Tuesday, in St. Augustineon flex arrived from South Hampton

"I :+4g4r /&ach ville. I business. I ,' N. Y., this week to spend -.. ',,

I .the winter at their home here.r' .. e' 1/

Mr. and Mrs. T. N. Massie ar': \ :
'Continued From Page 4 Carl Wright arrived last week rived this week from Balsam,J[ I '

from ,California, to visit herewith *Mr. and: Mrs. Vern 'Bordner
I N. C, and have opened their !
Joyce Ahn Robinson, daughterof his mother, Irs Ruby have arrived from Sycamore, "
Mr. and Mrs. Jack Robinson, Wright. II home on Flagler Ave. for several Ohio to spend the winter here. {I

arrived home Sunday after an months. ... i

interesting ,trip last week. Her Mrs.., John Botterbusch spent'! I
Ivan Ingle and Roy Phillips Maintenance and sales of turf
grandparents, Mr. and Mrs. J. W. the weekend in Jacksonville I
i '- arrived from Vermont last weekto in. Florida now exceeds Prompt Service '
Robinson, Sr,4had: her to makean with her son in law and daughter

(airline trip to their home : Mr. and Mrs: Carlile-Spivey. I spend several months here. $120,300,000 per year, according The Flagler TribuneBunnelL j

in Chicago, Jll., and from there i They rode home with her Sunday # j to the Florida Turf-Grass Asso
she accompanied( them on a mo afternoon for a visit. I Mr. and Mrs.,Charles Schaef- ciation. Florida ,

tor trip to Bethesda, Maryland, i -

where they visited with her I'' Mrs. Era Rae from .Daytona .

uncle and aunt, Mr. and Mrs. I, Beach spent the weekend' here NOW! I .

.,'H. C. Robinson. While there, with her mother, ,Mrs.: Araminta
they gave her sightseeing trips Kight. Earlyweed control, with Premergecosts I

around' Washington, D.C. Joyce:1 R
: less than cultivation !
was lucky enough to collect educational : Mrs. Kay Swayze was calledto

literature there that Philadelphia, :Pa:, Tuesday I
she brought back to her teacher, I because of the sudden death ,of.. :+ '' 11:)" Applied to bean, field emerges and potato crops at plantingtime I
: or before crop Preme e* controls weed and {
:Mrs. and her fifth
Daisy 'Moody, I her father, Charles Keep. She "
grass seedlings when a wet spring delays or makes cultivation
grade classmates. I I made 'the trip by airline. impossible. You can eliminate several expensive early cultiva

tions give young crops a head start'toward bigger yields. i
Mrs. Robert Schatz drove to 1 I Mrs. Mary Hansen and daugh Premerge may actually cost less than tillage, and up to 70%

ter Mrs. 3-- less than other and since it kills weeds I
Howeyin-the-Hills Saturday and!"I Magdalene Morrison, :, products by contact, I ,
from Jacksonville, visited here -Z: you can use. it on or near many, crops susceptible to 24D. I
spent the afternoon with her .
. I Tuesday with Mrs. :May Hen- "k Trademark of The Dow Chemical Company \
daughter, Margie. SEE YOUR
'I dren. Mrs. Hendren accompaniedthem ..

,; :Miss Judy Stryker went to the : friends to there.Holly Hill to visit with .f fix : r+.aw Rs':.... The Kilgore Seed Company

University of Florida football

game in_ Gainesville "Saturday. ''j'jt Division of Asgrow Seed Company .

Mr. and Mr. R. R. Mosby Hastings, Florida, "'
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3, in the, Halifax Hospital in

Daytona Beach. -" A Gift For YOU

Visiting with Mrs. Gladine .
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When You
IN CHANCERY NO. 4374 "'.

t ,. RUTH_ MALDONADO Defendant..Plaintiff, Save with Us! 1, .

Address Unknown '
You are hereby notified that a
It' suit has been filed against you In
the above entitled cause; and you ., '
s are hereby required to file your'an- .
swer with the Clerk of this Court.
I. and to serve a copy thereof upon "Hospitality"-
', the ,plaintiff or plaintiff's attorney' ,
whose name and address Is:'
I ,V. Cecil I ,.
407% ,Main Street
f Daytona Beach. Florida .
not later than December 15th. A.D., I I
r 1961. '
If you fail to do so. decree pro
corxfesso will be entered againstyou 'rFx =s iNDIVIDUALLY
. for the ,relief demanded in the MONOGRAMMED
bill of complaint. The nature of
said suit being for divorce.
WITNESS my hand and seal of 12-ounce '
said Court this 9th day of., November -I Packaged" = } ; '.
A.D. 1961. ..
(Official Seal E. A. SMYTHE Party Sets -' x "
Clerk of said Circuit Court I
Now, 16-23-30 & Dec. 7-Jtc of Six I T
Plaintiff -
. vs. ', y'

t.r NOTICE TO Defendant.DEFEND -::, Here's How To Get Yours .

i THE STATE RUTH 'REEDddre OF FLORIDA. TO: ... Visit our lobby and., see this beautiful -

s Unknown ., Just open a new account or add'to your .
You are hereby notified that a Glassware individually monogrammed }
suit has been filed against you In ; account'with
the above entitled cause; and you ,< present $25.00 or more
are hereby required to file you answer t with your own initial in traditional Old :
i with the Clerk of this Court I one of these beautiful mono-
and to serve a copy thereof upon .'
the plaintiff or plaintiffs attorney; English lettering. You'll love.your FREE. .<. grammed Hospitality Glassware Sets.
,whose name and address Is: .. '
Maurice. Wagner : j Y 'Good for time
', ,: one only.
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216 South Palmetto Avenue Set of "Hospitality". . Glassware : : "-
I. Daytona Beach. Florida ; .
not later than December 21st. A.D. .
1961. I at its finest. t '
If fail to do decree I
I you so. pro S FREE! -
l confesso will be entered' against ( :
you for the relief demanded in the ,
bill of complaint. The nature of WEIGHTED, FOOTING CONTINENTAL
\ said being for divorce. I
said Court this 17th day of No- > I
I vember A.D. 1961. ..
t, (Official Seal) E. A. SMYTHE "". ,. .
.; Clerk of said Circuit Court '
Nov. 23-30 ,& Dec. 1-14--4tc '
IN CHANCERY NO. 4383 : :

i Plaintiff. CURRENT .:"T .f., f J:

t' JEAN ELOISE JONES. ", ; It's Fun ritiondPUeaeh r -:.L- ..

Defendant. :' :. Save RATE ', : :
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are hereby'notlfted that .
suit.,has been filed against you In a I ..,' j' ,'" Fun ", .," ;);. "fj i; ...
the above entitled and : ''\< .. -
cause; you.
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! are hereby required to file your answer t FEDERAL ::: 4 aA
... with the Clerk of this Court. 1- "; : .
and to serve a copy thereof upon :; 'tF : y ; :" .
the plaintiff'or plaintiffs attorney : '
whose name and address is: : SAVINGS & LOANASSOCIATION 1' : .
' Sejden Ray Selden Building : rr"iotiur MMN ;.;::: ,:: .i'I. i--: .

I Daytona Beach. Florida _. .: '"

1 not 1961.later than December'28th. A. D. '.. :. { > '

If you fall to' do so. decree pro '
1 confesso will be entered against : : _; ..f',100 \
.T"' you for"the relief demanded Id the 44. :' ;1" .i> .
"Bill of Complaint.. The nature of : ,- ,
i' said suit being for divorce. ,. ::; Granada Ave. Dial OR 7-4611 : ': '" : "
..,' WITNESS my hand and seal of :
said Court this 24th day of' November :
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(Official Clerk Seal) of said Circuit SMYTHE Court '. '_ You. can hay* more than, $10,000 in'bisurad Savings. .,Aik m f.at ....... J ;'..i:=, ';
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,SENIOR CLASSSPONSORS y Stephen Foster r The program will be presented In addition, many vegetable I j
in the auditorium of the 'Fos- ,
j DANCE variety trials are conducted in' -
ter Carillon Tower. There is no -WATCH i i"Lhrinfiords
Program Is Set cooperative arrangements involving \
Parents of, the Senior Class of admission charge other than
. Bunnell High School met Mon-. regular fee for entry' into the 'experiment station workers "

dayevening to make ,plans for For Next SundayAn 243-acre park on the Suwannee. ,in other- southeastern states.According J

two fund raising projects this all-Stephen Foster pro River. I I i ',
to Halsey, a new
; month.
. "Jeanie With l
Following the basketball game gram featuring variety is usually tried at many December 11 thru December 15 !
the Light Brown Hair" of 1959, '
Friday, they, will, sponsor a the former Veronica McCormickof New Varities of locations and during several At 6:30 A.M.with .
Sock Hop at the Community J I seasons as a 'breeding line before -
Miami, will be presented' at
Center.' Prizes will be given for it is judged suitable to become -:
the Stephen Foster Memorial at Vegetables SoughtWith "I I .
. \ the wildest 'socks, it was stated. a, variety. j
3 P.M., Sunday, December 10,
On Saturday morning they Thelma A., Boltin, special events an eye to the future, This is done to determine Rev. W. L Spicer :

will also sponsor a bake sale director at the' state music, plant breeders at the Florida I I whether the adaptability ot a Pastor of the First Methodist
in the section of Bun f
uptown shrine on the Suwannee River, Agricultural Experiment Stations variety is wide enough to justify Church of Bunnell I
nell. announced today. I and commercial labora- consideration by the seed trade. \
tories are continually trying ,to on t
"Veronica and her husband, I produce new and improved typesof The end result of this researchis
Rotary Club To Have Peter Paul Fuchs, will come vegetables.New to find varieties that meet the POWERFUL CHANNEL 12 i

from New York and will be varities are needed due needs of the grower, and the demands WFGA.TV Jacksonville !
Information ProgramThe joined at White, Springs by sev- to changes in economic situations of the processor and the It I II

Rotary Club of Bunnell eral members of her family population changes demands I consumer., I t
from Miami who will participate for different flavors,
will have for: its, luncheon meet- :I i I
in the program," Miss ,Boltin sizes, colors shapes, maturitiesand :
ing Thursday, at, 12:30 P. M. at
the Masonic Hall, a film strip I'said. "The :McCormick ,family I other characteristics. I INSURE-Stay Insured & Rest Assured ".-/1
on Rotary Information. Howard includes several New cropping systems may develop -j /
sicians and gave an enjoyable I under new and old envi-
Taylor and Tony Kahlert are inS I
charge of the program. They performance at the Memorialtwo ronmental situations that require GET THE BEST PROTECTION FROM I IH

will be introduced by Clifford years ago. a specific type of vege-
The weekend of December 9- table not .currently available.
McGriff, program chairman.
Special guests of the club last 10 also has been designed as Another' important reason is T. COOK AGENCY

week Fred Kopp, Goose "get acquainted- day" for Duval, that changes in technology may
Pont, Mich.; Nick Lenssen, Da- Baker, Nassau and St. Johns require the development.of new I I Citizens Bank B dg. Bunnell, Florida
counties, Miss Boltin said, which types of vegetables that allow
den, Conn.;, John Murtha, Hardt- .
that residents of these technology -- -- I
means fuller of the
,r exploitation .
ord, Conn.; Nelson Bell, Bethel,
counties will be admitted to the such as mechanical har- \ I
Vt; and R. W. Maglick, Jack-
sonville, Florida. Memorial grounds. free as longas vesting.L. CRAIG FUNERAL HOME
drivers of' cars can show H. Halsey, assistant horti-
proper driver's licenses or car culturist with the Experiment ,
A. H. CRAIG Funeral Director
tags.More Stations, says_ programs have
CLASSIFIED! than ''a score of Foster been developed and are in operation I JOHN HARDIN, AssociateAIR

" melodies will be included in the to test, the new var"ttiesas OXYGEN

I. : ADS Sunday program, which, will be they become available to determine CONDITIONEDCHAPEL I LADY I EQUIPPED '
in the form of musical, play- their potential worth. ATTENDANT AMBULANCES
let, with performers in costume. As many as 20 vegetable crops; ,
Lditlnc under this heading are
3 cent per word each Insertion, While vocal numbers will pre- were tested in variety trials last .
75 cent !. minimum charge., dominate, there also will be in- year in the Florida Agricultural Phone ID 7-3532
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FOR RENT-Unfurnished 2 bed- strumental and dance numbers. Experiment Station System. I 201 E. MOODY BLVD.: BUNNELL. FLORIDALIYELWESS .
room house near school, I
:churches, and shopping area.
;Telephone ID 7.3313, after' 5
P.M. \


:FOR SALE --Portable 'Singer
:Sewing Machine in excellent

, 'condition. Also youth bed in R

very good condition. Both reasonably -
priced. Call ID 7.3394


balance $47.00. Take 'up payments '
month. "
of ,$6.75 per -
Phone CL 3.8106, Daytona Beach.

Nov. 23.3tc Never before such a team of totally new cars.! Sedans, Plate rear springs, the ride reminds you of the big Chevrolet '

SEPTIC TANK-cleaning, reasonable hardtop, station wagons, even a convertible. you name -and you know how smooth that is. The space and '

\ rates. George Jarosz, phone I I it, Chevy II has it. Nine models all now in production. cushy comfort inside put you in mind of big cars, too. But

ID 73410. 11-2 to 4-26-tp I They're easy on,the eyes, easy on the road'I and easy on Chevy II parts company from anything else around when it "

FOR RENT-1 bedroom furnished i I .\ your pocketbook. Two spunky ,engines, a four and a six comes to offering all these fine -

= apartment; $30. ID 73304. \ ( choice in most, models), purr along merrily onat a sensible low price. featuresmzI I 7your
11-16-tf. II regular gas-and darn little of it, too. Thanks to Mono- Chevrolet dealer and see for
FOR RENT OR SALE-3 bedroom ;

; house at north end of Palmetto I '
Flagler Beach, on boat I e
canals, cool :pleasant living, exceptional -I _
value. beautiful Interior -

and exterior $90.00 per I
month for September 1 occu- I -

Contact present rentersor i
Alexander Lumber Co., Day I STATION WAGON. Packs a IBLE. It's Chevrolet's newest Chevy II's saving ways in a prac- '.
,tona Beach,. Florida. 7.20TF. !I whopping 76.2 cu. ,it. of cargo. and lowest priced convertible. ,tical 6-passenger family model. "
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'Ocean front housekeeping apartments

1 and 2 bedrooms com- Now ; look 9em over and try: one. out! ..
pete with linens and all utilities. -.' -

Sun deck, fishing, swimming, :
loafing. Day, week or month. .: :, '
Sun Sea Manor, Flagler Beach. '
HE 9-2082 7-6tf .
FOR RENT-Unfurnished large

2-bedroom garage apartment.
Call HE 9.2318, or see Zeke

Chaffee. 11-17-tf,

FOR RENT furnished 2 bedroomone MJI fr l

bath house, Daytona Ave.,
I Flagler Beach. Completely ren- ; "
ovated. $65.00 per month. Keys :'1. ;
can be picked up at Sulllv n's \ ; \

Gulf Station. Nov 10-tf .. ., t' ..: .#,

,X w >X "N NN CHEVY II ,NOVA 400 SPORT COUPE. Handsome hardtop ": : -
JOHNSTOFSFLAGLER ,- with top-of-the-line go'and glamor-at a pleasin' kind of p ce.'B
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.LOTS, HOMES OCEAN FRONT, ,',- A NEW -WORLD OF- WORTH-Chevrolet. Chevy II Corvair: Corvette at your local authorized Chevrolet. dealer's (;'

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See u* for your real estate needfl HALL TUMLIN CHEVROLET COMPANY : =;, .
Office Phone HE 92242Residence .. -
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