Title: Flagler Tribune
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Permanent Link: http://ufdc.ufl.edu/UF00079914/00625
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Title: Flagler Tribune
Uniform Title: Flagler Tribune
Physical Description: Newspaper
Language: English
Publisher: s.n.
Place of Publication: Bunnell, Fla.
Publication Date: January 4, 1962
Spatial Coverage: United States -- Florida -- Flagler -- Bunnell
Coordinates: 29.4675 x -81.256944 ( Place of Publication )
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Bibliographic ID: UF00079914
Volume ID: VID00625
Source Institution: University of Florida
Holding Location: University of Florida
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:: ; VOLUME 49, NO. 52 BUNNELL, FLORIDA, THURSDAY, JAN. 4, '1962 $2.50 A YEAR i t
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I , / Cabbage Crop : Two Band Students I I Home Exemption. 'Circuit Judges !
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Leaving For Miami I Forms Mailed OiitTax I ....

(.: Hit By Spell of Mike McMillan and Mary Suj t j jj Assessor D. D. Moody this Meet With,Board

;|:san Brannam, senior band students week ,mailed out applicationforms I

. Extreme Cold |I at Bunnell High School,]J, I for Homestead ,Exemptionto ,:IOn| Selection "
: I Ii ileave today to attend ,the' Flor- i .j home owners in Flagler Jury
", i ida Music Educators_ Convention I County I i
i i ' '.' Flagler county's early cab : in Miami. They will be ac- Home owners are requested to I:I Circuit Judges P.fB.. Revels
':bage crop has been damaged by-,companied by Band Director I I check the legal description of!I land Howell Melton. met with
the three waves of extreme cold Walter Morris. II the homstead in 1961, sign both the Board of County "Commissioners ;
experienced here the past ten I Mike and Susan were selected 5' I II I copies of the application and return Wednesday for the ''pur '
days. However, it will be sev- j'recently to play with the all- ? ______ to the assessor's office. Instructing
........: .4._. era4days yet before the full ex. 'state Reading Band"at the three I : I I The law requires that these 1' the board on legal aspects
..tent of the damage will be j day convention. I I forms must be. in the office of:I' .of making up the jury list. ,
. ", known. Ii I I I the assessor by April each year I IIin The jury list must be made up
' -". A good portion of the early j. i I order to abide by the homestead in January by the board as a '
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t cabbage had been cut and ship- Y Li exemption law. I body, each person selected as a
(, ped before the cold waves came.'Flu II; Subsiding I I J juror must be personally known
The cabbage which were ready CONTENDER . .. Competitionto ;to all commissioners and that
l for harvest was. hardest hit.Lows j[Among Schools I Mrs. Jacqueline Kennedy,' :Mrs. Skowronski'Funeral the prospective juror qualified .",
holder of the unofficial ,title"World's I
under the law to
of 17 and 18 degrees F.\\
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t were reported in the Haw Creek Ii Iir Students Here i iI iII Lady" is Mrs. Beautiful Maria Tereza First To Be Most of the day was taken up

and Bimini areas while a low I Goulart, wife" of. the Brazilian by the board in selecting a jury
of 20 degrees seemed to hold for I presided. This MorningFuneral IJst, from approximately 1,400
. r several hours in Bunnell. A low Flagler county' schools opened , names. These names ar sealed
!:' of 24 was registered in Bunnell II Wednesday ,morning after theChristmas service will be held;in the jury box and is not open .
Wednesday morning by a ,thermometer holiday ;vacation. with,!I':Trade Body Says at 10 o'clock this morning I to anyone except the presiding .:
I at the courthouse. 105 absent from'the three' (Thursday) for Mrs. Stell a I judge when court is called. :=:.
The weatherman, however, has I:j;[!schools of 'the county. j i i I Skowronski from St. Mary's Reorganization of the Board
1 promised conditions" will be going The schools :closed three days I!State's Economy [,Catholic Church in Kotona.I I was accomplished in short order. -
l,. -- back to, normal today and:'I early for the ,Christmas 'holidays I j I II I 1|I The Rosary was recited at 8 John A. 'Clegg was named chair- =

t no more cold for ,quite. a few I because,of the absentees' caused |o'clock Wednesday evening at man and 'C. H. Cowart vice- _
:.= days. from the flu 'epidemic. The I Is On ;'Up-swing j jI I'the chapel of Craig Funeral chairman to serve for the year.

I It is said the high jet stream I schools opened Wednesday I I Ii [Home, in BunnelL Interment will II All county employees were. retained. '
winds which flow east in the. ,morning to make. up I the three i Florida's economy roundedout I I I follow,; the funeral service, at the ... ,
r Atlanta, Ga. area and, thus diverts ' lost days. ,I the year on the' upswing I!Korona Catholic Cemetery. Sheriff Homer Brooks put in a
r southbound cold fronts County School Supt. Z. D. with indications for a sensible !!! Mrs. Skowronski passed away I requisition for a heating stove
from here has been ,over Florida Holland. ,said today the a rate of growth.-in, 1962, the FlorIda -, I Sunday morning at the Flagler .his his office The board ap
4 for several days, but is get- tees at the Bunnell school .sen.j State Chamber of Commercesays. I i Clinic and Hospital following a 1 proved the requsit on.
i tang back to normal now, -I about normal with 16 I short illness there. She resided I The board also approved the
r ,-. weatherman'' says 1l {.At ,Flagler Beach school 19 J "A check of indicators shows I on Old Haw Creek Road and I appraisal .ot right of way prop.
I were absent. Carver school had appreciable improvement currently was the wife of the late Ted erty for State Road 13 from Es-
F.B.I. To 75 absent. From reports' the ;:flu I over early 1961 and, at I i Skowronski. who passed away t pahola to Bunnell except buildings .

" : Agent- )cases", area ,subsiding. ._. over__ ,, Jh.s1,tile same irne,, ,a. .corner and I six" months. -.ago. ''.*She.. ",.'was176 irEM ,. .. on Florida_ .East Coast:Rail-" '.- ,." ..
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; I for ,the soaring sixties!; J I L f' Survivorsters icTude"tw&: a 'ghrI '- Granted permission tofor the .J
..; The Rotary Club of Bunnell "Measured by sales tax (:01-1 I Mrs. Robert Moody of Bun,.Town Commission of ..Flaglert '
"' will have as its guest speaker lections, .business during the nell and Mrs. Bill :Zahul of i t Beach to drill test: well for' waIter -
r R at its luncheon meeting a special Making Survey first six months of last year was* I Dearborn, :Mich.; a son, Stanley i on the airfield between Bun
+ ': agent of the Federal Bureau 1 3 per cent below 1960. Since Skowronski of Detroit, Mich.; a nell and Flagler Beach. '
of Investigation from the Jacksonville Fallout ShelterRobert then, it has been running 4 per :sister, Mary Spurles, Shelbyville, Bid for gorceries for county
,...;. office. This .program, ' f cent above. Monthly variations t[:Mich.; a brother, Joe Urban, prisoners for the mo th was
; Rotarian John Cannon,I said Is, R. ;'Grahan' and Helmar j ranged from 'a drop of 18 percent i Rogers City, Mich, Also surviv- awarded to .Rodgers Cr .cery..
'i in keeping with the interest and Sonderlund, from the, office, 'of ] in January to a 5 per cent I':ing are nine grandchildren and ..
.: support of Rotary of law -enforcement I Gorman & Associates in Daytona gain In' October.: Bank debits .14 great-grandchildren. I(Minor
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j; agencies at all. levels.j Beach, were here Tuesday; through October are one per 1
.\" Rotarian Homer Brooks secured !I II making 'a preliminary survey}cent, above- last year, with, recent Get That Auto I ILicens'e I Pertilier
this program for the club lJf I I! buildings that would be suitable months showing improve-. Program
,1' and Rotarian' Clifford McGriffJ I I for fallout shelters in case l ment. Experiments over the past
1 : program chairman, will introduce I I i of atomic attack. ,, "One of the best thermometersof Now! I seven years have shown that ;
the, 'speaker. | They said GormaQ & Associ. t the state's economic health 'fritted minor element materials
" The Beta Club of Bunnell High i I is the level ,ot non-farm Legallyyou have untH mld- "
j lates! havea contract with the ]I .mPloy-l I have a definite lace in program
School presented a very fine',U. S. Corps of Army *Engineers f ito j ment. Last year,(started with 'night, February 20, to get that,fertilization of Florida's sandy
I' program at the meeting! last 'I! make the survey. They added|a disappointing ,though slight I motor" vehicle' license plate. But I soils. '
week. Susan Jane that'' additional Inspections may drop, holding! until June which !I County Tax Collector Dale Brown Dr. J. G. A..FIskell, biochemist (
president of the Beta Brannam'j I be made in ,the future. i brought a welcomed and urges getting the plates as soon with ,they Florida Agricultural
; a very fine talk on the purpose, 1 When, and if, the survey isi f nificant upturn. Since that sig.1 as you can to ''avoid., the last Experiment Stations, says the
_v ideals, and activities of the Beta 1 I completed, The Tribune will each month has shown minute' rush. f, f iron, magnesium, copper, zinc
Club. Other Beta Club officers find. small I The new plates went, on saleat i
publish the survey team's though over 1960 and boron and molybdenum are
t, 5.. .. present were: Susan Wadsworth,J ings., ,. .-V, i the year averaged a nose ahead.'} his office Tuesday' morning.-:available to plants at seeding
) Connie .Shields,; and Boyd, ,Rob- Employment in 1960 started 'out i The plates this year are white stage, ,and the -release'fs' adequate -
i- ertson. I 1-r'. f-7 per cent above the previousyear f with blue numerals and letters. ove;' t least one year aft-
t ;.. The meeting of ,the Rotary : Youth CouncilBoard [ but the slow-down cut Mr Brown said the office will \er appUcatlon.I .
i., 5 Board of Directors was held 'on I away gains and the year averaged Ibe open from 81; A.M. to 4:30P.M. : ,Researchers point out that In-
Wednesday evening of this week To Meet 3 per cent above"1959. each day Monday through I corporation 'into the root zOne
in the conference room of the Accompanying the gain in em- Friday, and the license platescan i'.at time,of fertilization or.broadcast -

Flagler. ... Clinic and Hospital. Saturday.Night ,ployment last year was 6'per be bought.during these" I'I treatment, prior%to cultivation -
hours. '
t cent increase in ,weekly, wages are both effective.
The Flagler County Youth i paid to employees In:manufac- He also said the state' has I I I Although most of the experiments .
"., METHODIST MEN :Council will' hold a business i turing plants. added an additional'' ;collection were dn clovers' trials on
fee. 25. cents to the amount
SHOWING MOVIE meeting Saturday night January "All categories of non-farm of ( sweet corn, spinach, carrots,
I 6th, at 730. The meeting employment are showing Improvement ofthe... tag. II Irish potatoes, rutabagas, beans,
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: > II will be in the Bunnell Community though those related soybeans, peanuts and field corn
;. The public is invited to see Center prior to the recreational to construction are still DR. REYNOLDS have also been 'conducted.
ther-famous movie of "The Life period. ., holding back. The dip in home;: EVISITS MIAMI .t. Annual applications have not
.'*. and ;Works of Martin' Luther" to I _Members of, the Adult. Advisory I building has brought an 8 per ORLANDO MEETS resulted In any toxic build-up.
.' be shoWn :Monday, January 15, Council and Youth Honor cent decline in the dollar volume Dr. Allen Reynolds is attending Although yield responses were
at, 7:30 p.M., and at'9: P'M.-"at Court body 'are urged to be present ]I of home mortgages recorded .next week a Practice Management not obtained in many cases,
the Flagler Beach:, school aft;/ President ,Hazel Holland last year compared with 1960, ,School in :Miami and neither did the same test crops
-:< teria. ,ic said 'today. The VFW Auxiliary which year was likewise 8 percent also the Central District Dental respond to soluble minor element
1 v This is sponsored' by ;the members are acting as hostess below 1959.. ' Sodety..meeting in Orlando;'.He sources.
Methodist Men of Flagler Beach. for the evening: 'arid- -refresh-1 "New business incorporationsbegan will be out of town alt week Excellent storage properties
-. A freewill offering will be ,acjceptedTto ments will be served. an unswing.. Augustof but his ,office -will' be open "he I II and durability in mixed fertilizer -
1 : : '.cover the expenses, it, All friends. who are interestedin j 1961 and since then have held said. ,. .; !I are assets: of the moderately
was*stated.. seeing the Youth Council in some 20 per cent above'i960.: I soluble minor element frits and
11' .. [operation are invited to drop by!I(Losses earlier in the year will 19611" they' totaled 818 ., firms II III mixtures. -
\ ,.:". '-South,*Florida peat supplies 14 1 during? the evening. ..Mrs. Hol- 'likely be offset by current gains against 571 firms at this ,Uine]I I .
per cent of the total U.B.'reserve land added: .- _: ._ I II [I when-final ,reports are (n+ Busi- I irf1960. Some improvement has)(, Florida ranks first among all

,f": Florida mineral products include I I I Il I ness failures, as reported by !shown -up.-. however, in-recent; r j'',state .in production of oranges,
'1 limestone, kaolin, ,cement, marl; l Ramie, so-calledj.miracle fiber,,t Dun and. .'," Bradstreet, ,are'still. a,,months-ift-a 'drdpl'ln' the rate ;I I grapefruit tangerines, tangelos,
m and titanium.* Jt [thrives near ;iLak ..',Okeechole.. problem,. Through" October_ of of failures. ,-t-o '-. -' ff- '.Jf". r- limes] and .mangoes.. *
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A business meeting and Food Bargai.nsJ
it The business meeting of the Christmas party was enjoyed re-,
Flagler Beach PTA is scheduled
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cently by 40 members
for 7:30 P.M.- Tuesday January J
guests of the Flagler
9, at the school. The program
: will be on Civil Defense and PRICES GOOD THURS. FRI. SAT. Jan. 4-5-6, 1962
i During the business meeting,
, ; .. Raymond Smith. will be speaker Mrs. May Hendren was honored j ,
on the subject. 'The third grade
,. ; J room mothers will, be hostesses. j with a Life Membership for her I t QUALITY MEATS '

t.b.-- 1.Irs.oRobert Owens. president, 'years of outstanding service to -
the club. The presentation was
v; ,,' urges all members to attend. Lykes Fresh Boston Butt
". .. I made by the club's first honorary '
t member, Mrs. Myrtle Streeter. -
" ",,' Both ladies, each charter.
t: CHRISTMAS PARTY: member, received a gift. $1" ROAST 49*

f' Mr. and Mrs. George M.Moody,I. Mrs. Nelson Bell, Mrs. Joseph >b. ,
. Venice Park, were hosts to the Paquin, and Mrs. Arthur Paquin ,
I..,: Idlewood ,Club at their annual{were welcomed as new mem-, Small Lean Palm RiverSLICED
Christmas party for their husbands I bers. .
t. t on December 23rd. Hostesses for the day were
\ .Arrangements of red poinsettias I Miss Dorothy Homans and Mrs. .
;r'. ,> were used at vantage points;Philip Kester. RIBS 49 BACON Ib. 49 i
in the living room and Florida j I The next business meeting lb.
:,:,r..;, ,, room. The coffee table featured{I will be held on January 10,with!
,, -- : a beautiful white snowball tree I Mrs., Corbett Sullivan and Mrs. .CopeIand's Tender Baby ,
"if-".'" with tiny colored Christmas,.tree .Harold Massie as hostesses. ,
balls A striking wall 'arrangement I There will be a card party at ,
1&,: of white poinsettias edged the club house on January 19th .
:. ,in gold, white and gold candles {at7:30P.M. I FRANKS 49 LIVER lb. 49 \
\,'" ' and white reindeer was used I / P (

over the fireplace. J FLAGLER BEACHMETHODIST .
A solid red cloth overlaid with CHURCH, J
white net was used on the refreshment :i Sunday school at 9:30 A.M. .
'table and the center-, :I and worship service' at 10:30. Folgers I Superfresh
six branch 'candelabra I dinner
piece was a ; There will be a pot-luck -
; encircled with red arid '. immediately following the "Mountain
\ white poinsettias and snowballs. morning worship service and an
'.: The club members presented I[official board meeting will be Grown"i
their husbands with gifts: DancIng held after the dinner. All
was enjoyed during the' eve:o ings, are held in' 'the meet-I I Iq.
.. ning. Club building. i i
I Monday, January 8, at 7:30P.
Mrs. ,Eva Rae from Daytona .Mo, the Methodist Men's Club Ib.
. Beach visited here during the ,will meet at the home of"Dr. 29-S4 t. gc5 '

,, weekend: withher.aunt, Mrs. Allen*Reynolds'and -leading the : ', r
Gertrude.Higgihs. program will be Dr, .Frank- ., canLimit : .", ,. : ,
'Reynolds., .
one with $5.00. ,or' food order Limit with ,food order :
Visitors with Mrs. Gladine !| Thursday, January 11, at 9:30; one '
Chalfinch on New Year's 'Day 'A.M., the WSCS ,of the Church -- .r I
were her sister in law -Mrs. El will meet at the home of Mrs. .. !
vira Quigley, ..accompanied by I(Keith Lovell and CohostessMrs. 2% can Sweet Treat ': t 46 oz.'Stokely', & -. )
her son in law and daughter, Joan Arnold. Mrs. Jasper SLICEDPineapple. ;' .-, TOMATO .7?:? {
*Mr. and 'Mrs. Lee Bowles, all White will have charge ,of the *,' '' : J
from Jacksonville. (program. Plans will be madeI 00 00
3 JuiceIT'S 4'for $1
I I I for their second annual event .
, Mr. and Mrs. Wally Wolff which is the Smorgasbord to be
from Ormond Beach spent Mon,I I held on February 9th. ,,,i.
day afternoon visiting here.
I EMORIAL "CHILI" WEATHER 16 oz. ChePsSpaghetti

and' Mrs. John Barker and CHURCH NOTES No. 300 Can Joan of Arc & ,Meat Balls
children, Cathy and John, Jr., ReV. R. W. Dickert, pastor of t
arrived from Albany, Ga., to Community Memorial Church, KIDNEY 1 < i
spend this week with her announced that his subject for 2"for 25 "
'\, ents, Mr. and Mrs. E. L. par-I next Sunday morning will be BEANS 4 for $100

\ "A Table Weld ,Spread for God's _
{! TV SERVICE People.' There will also be t" - >t .t
I communion.On La-Ruta 303 can Stokely -
\ Thursday at-:G.P-M., there '
I will be a pot-luck supper in the

RCA Agent& PHILCOTUBES For J to Fellowship which the Hall public at the is invited.-church Beef 39* Beans 5 $1 00 Y

:Mrs. Ira Bordner is chairman of can, I for
& ANTENNAS SOLD the supper. This will be followed "1 ,. .. . .. I .. -
AND INSTALLED by a short devotional and , ,
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TUBES TESTED FREE also a business meeting. Lady Betty -_ II:.;:_. : .,'_ Duke '. '

Mr. and Mrs.. A. O. Bradley PRUNEJuice',3 L f DOG , '
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TV Bob I accompanied their grand daughter ' H- .'
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FLAGLER BEACH sonville Saturday ,after she had qt. tor
spent the week here with them. r
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Thursday; ..Jan., -4, .1962, ''. THE FLAGLER. TRIBUNE, .BUNNELL, FLORIDA THREE

New + ; 1 I I'on or:off like, a cap. Embossed ciety has sent its members.some Anarctic for it to remain hidI I I Society's standards. .. In the
ConceptInWorld : on the underside of the transparent 217,500,000 maps as free .supplements den at'th ;bottom of the sphere. I I printing, A": Hoeh. and Company,

surface are useful meas- to the Magazine, but it The new world map for the of Baltimore, held to the same

GlobesIs uring indicia, or scales., has never' before undertaken to globe was, d lgned'in' ten colors I standards evidenced in the Geo-

produce a globe. with Geographic's characteristic graphic's wall and Atlas maps.
Developed With the trio of component 1 I i I concern for beauty, accuracy -
I''parts-sphere, cradle, and geometer -. I TMe project took .a year of and clear readable form. I To accompany the finished

A new world globe with a I i| a user of, the globe 'can I(I planning and, work. Executive The 12-inch sphere set the,.map's globe, the Geographic prepareda

"thinking cap' has been pro obtain a variety of facts. He Vice President Thomas W. Me- scale at 660 miles to the inch. comprehensive guide for its
duced by the National Geographic '' use and an index of the 4,179
can, for example, 'plot, satellite Knew asked Chief Cartographer i. .
.Society. I'I I orbits, estimate the size of any James M. Darley, Assistant Chief Latest Data Shown place names.

Created as a precision tool to country, figure the compass Ralph E.. McAleer, and Wellman I''Ii Staff cartographers consulted I I The globe-sphere, cradle, geometer -

increase knowledge and enjoy'I|Headings on great-circle .routes, Chamberlin, the Society's veteran I countless'scientific sources to and guide index-may .

: ment of geography;; the globe![compute the sun's position anywhere cartographic engineer, to I I I i gather and incorporate the latest be obtained from the Society's"

'I has unusual features which are:I at any time, and compare design a highly accurate, moderately I I data. Oceans, for instance, show Headquarters, Washington 6, D; i

I not available in the orthodox 'the shape, and sizes of land priced globe that would the newest and most detailed C., for $16.85 postpaid. ;

t models. I masses. be simple enough for childrento I I findings, including Arctic Ocean ........0:".. .'.......................'... .
use, yet serve as a precision I I depth contours which have only '
Moreover the globe can be O. F. ALFORD .li
The I I
Georgraphic's cartographers
> instrument for experts. recently been established by nuclear -
in designing the 'globe un- used with the National Geo- Registered
Auxiliary measuring aids were submarines and floating
der the direction of President I I graphic's Map of the Heavensto worked out to provide the typeof ice stations. .i" Real Estate BrokerBunnell
locate the positions of stars I
Meville Bell Grosvenor abandoned
I tools used by professional. One mapping problem was
the traditional axis rod to and other celestial bodiesfor cartographers. the fast-changing boundaries of Florida

permit the sphere to be moved I'I|any day aJ.hour. during the The designers excluded a fixed emerging African nations. The ....._... .. . ..........
: freely in a special stand., [year. "\ axis not only to facilitate meas- globe shows boundaries as of
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Removal of the fixed axis offers An expert can even consult urements, but to prevent the rod I' :March 15, 1961. THE OUTBOARDER

, several advantages. Any{the globe to tell whether a from obscuring the many airline The manufacturer, Replogle Authorized Evlnrude Dealer

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time differences, and shortest mined from the geometer, which (have been learned about the devices to meet the_ 825 Ballough Rd-Daytpna

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f rim of the globe'p; stand. instructions for professional ,.. BRAKES RELINED $15.05
users of the globe.

The Smithsonian Astrophysical I .. 919.05 '
The globye is equipped witha 540. Mason Ave.. Daytona
Observatory ,lin' Cambridge, '
plasticgeometer' that fits over Massachusetts, has approved the 'L'- IT'S NOT --

, the top of it and can be placed globe for official use by its staff, FREE PAINT ".

and ordered 18 for its satellite- 4 I
I tracking stations. It told the Society One. extra gallon of your, choice, ,
JUSTGOSSIP with each gallon buy
"You have created a new i
Community concept in world globes." .J! .. Mary Carter Paint Store .

Memorial ChurchInterdenomlnatlonal Reaction of ''other Scientists, Also We.tsat." Shooplng Center
navigators,* and geographershave I I I.
been 'equally enthusiastic.
AIR CONDITIONED The famed -mariner.author Alan .: LIVING COLOR TV 'I

Daytona Ave. Villiers said, "This is the best . we find that Susie outsmartedus "LOOK FOR TilE PICTURE

I FLAGLER BEACH globe have ever seen or heard all. Southern IN THE Radio WINDOW& Television .

Sunday School 10:00 f\%.M. about. ,It has everything, and, Most of us went here, 226 E. Granada Ph. OR 7-2001 i
Church Service 11:00 A.M. I Iso easy'to use! I could navigate there and yonder, looking ORMOND I

j the open seas with that globe." for bargains and values with

, R. W. DICKER!., Pastor |New Dimesion to Map Program { .:: tI4 )'b uch; diligence. And,. .,.wJFbund .- ., ,. NOTICE' OF MEETING STOCKHOLDERS, <*' Ij I
I I. v. EVERYONE: WELCOME The National Geographic So. Its a fad:We've compared 'a few --Notice is hereby .gIven -Uta .the.,... "
... .
- -- ---- -- - - annual meeting of the ,
,, ,,our n tes.. Susie is.the Susie? She didn't stray ''I IOf the Citizens Bank of Bunnell ;
will be held at the office of the ,
smartest shopper in town.
, far. She shopped right here
Bank in Bunnell. Florida, on' Wednesday /
We didn't have a contest, at"home, in local stores. And, January 10 1962 ,at'.J:00 f
O'Clock P. M. for the election of
not exactly. But, you know know what? She saved time a Board of Directors to serve for
Discount how some of us gals can be. and money and she has aWe /- action the ensuing'of such year other and for business the trans-as:

20% like to think we are dot-. ready. exchanged some gift may properly come before the

'i lar-wise. items which were 'not the meeting.HOWELL V. PEAVY Cashier.Jan. '

i So what happens? We put right size.Smart's. 4-11, -Ate

I our heads together after the the word for Susie tiN THE CIRCUIT COURT IN AND
holiday season is over and Smart I FOR IDA. FLAGLER NO. 834 COUNTY_ FLOR-
:1 Citizens Bank of Bunnell
tI Plaintiff
' .
Eva R. Burnsed. now Eva R.
Trade at i HomeINSVREStay otrn sakel Burnsed Burnsed Wiser, and Reece M.

and eommunitq Progress Defendants.

; Bunnell Store Notice NOTICE is OF hereby SHERIFF'S given SALE that I.
Dept. Homer W. Brooks Sheriff of Flag-
ler County, Florida, under and by
- - _. '- ..... - virtue of a Writ of Execution
heretofore issued out of the above-
entitled court. in the above styled
cause have levied upon the following -
!' No goods bought for this re lcliol. All Insured & Rest Assured Lots described 3 and 8 property of Block to 31-wit In:
Moody Subdivision of the Town ,
I of Flagler Beach. Flagler
are Nationally Advertised. No second or GET THE BEST PROTECTION-- FROM County.the property Floridaas of the above named -

I irregulars. Here is J'lr"ortllily: to get .. day Defendants.of January and A.that D. 136 on%,the betweenthe 22nd

H. T. COOK. AGENCY eleven legal o'clock hours in the of sale forenoon namelY andtwo
Real tf o'clock, in the afternoon, on
Merchandise at
' Quality a Saving. said day. at the north front door
Citizens Bank of the Flagler
: Bldg. Bunnell, Florida County CourthouseIn
i-e Bunnell Flagler County. Florida -
I will offer for sale and sell
to the highest bidder for cash in
FOR LADIES hand the above described property
as. .the property of said defendantsto
24 HourVVrecker satisfy said execution.
Bradley Sweaters .. HOMER W. BROOKS.
Service Sheriff of Flagler County
: College Town Skirts -. Florida
H. T. Cook.
," Laura- Mae Blouses ., F1agWiTiiick & Tractor Co.MASSEYFERGUSON I r Bunnell.Attorney Florida for Plaintiff '
Etc .., Dec 21-28. 1961 & Jan 411. 1962-4U f
Artemis Gowns, Slips! - ,'
Haynes and Berkshire Nylon. Hose Grove Farm Industrial Equipment FLAGLER COUNTY FLORIDA
NO. 4391
Bunnell, Florida Phones: Day ID 7-3242 GERALDINE WRAY JOHNSON.. Plaintiff

'. FOR MEN 'Night ID 7-3529 .JAMES DANIEL vs. JOHNSON.'
*& : J Mallory. Hats Owner Parts&Shop Manager THE. JAMES STATE DANIEL OF FLORIDA.JOHNSON TO:

Wings Shirts 10 Main Street '
: Bloomlngdale. N. J.suite .
, ' '- .#. -Anvil' Brand Work Clothes -- has been r filed*y again t that inn
the above entitled cause: and yoS
I Weinbrenner Shoes and Boots
I' i ; are hereby required to file your answer -
CRAIG FUNERAL HOMEA. with the Clerk of this Court
Also a complete line of boys and to serve a copy thereof upOn
or plaintiff attorney,
, j ... clothes, and shoesEverything H. CRAIG Funeral Director whose RAY name SELDEN and address is..

, .; .' Selden Building
JOHN HAHDOT. Associate .Daytona Beaeh. Florida

AIR OXYGEN U6 not%.later than January llth. A. rr.

f in the store LADY: = If you fall to do so. decree
q' except CONDITIONEDCHAPEL I I EQUIPPED confeno will be entered against pro
ATTENDANT AMBULANCES you bill for ot complaint the relief 'demanded The nature fn the of

Levis 20% off. .said WITNESS suit being this band for divorce and Hal t
1 : Phone ID 7-3532 her said A.Court.D. lK1.Tth day ot Dece:-

gill E. MOODY BLVD. BUXHELL FLOMDA (Official Clerk Seal) of E., A. 8KYTHE:
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Mrs. Agnes Lee returned Sat- i
urdd'y after spending several FLORIDA AIR j Whatever The Occasion

I ; weeks in Wisconsin with rela CONDITIONING CO. ', -Say It With Flowersr

, 'By Leslie Pacha tives. She visited with her,son I Of Doytona Inc. I homBlaok's
I 'BULLDOGS MEET REBELS and daughter, in law, Rev. and AIR I Flower Shop
i I Mrs. Jim Lee in Nashville Tenn.on .
I Phone ID
FOR Proud of Our Work"
\ : i NITROGEN her return from the North., 330 Walker Holly *{lll, OR 7-6120 J 111 N. Forsythe Bunnell
I ,. The Bunnell, Bulldogs will POTATO YIELD I

h :play their, first; 1962 game Friday I AUTO SERVICE -I I FUEL OILKING'S
I Rev. and Mrs.
night when the Crescent Experiment: at the Potato Investigations Bryant Spivey

") City Rebels A & B boys team Laboratry at Hastings and family from South Carolina McDANIEL'S I TRUCK STOP
come to Bunnell. The rst game have shown that 30 pounds spent last week here visiting Service Station ,PHILLIPS 66 GAS & OILS

per' acre pf nitrogen, applied with his parents, Mr.'. and Mrs. \
, will start at 7 P.M.: STANDARD OIL PRODUCTS J. L. IRVIN Prop.
I approximately 40 days after E. M. Spivey.Mr. J brlcatlonTiresBatteriesFuel

:,, ',.. The Rebels, who are 0.3 for planting increased the yield of Tires-Batteries-Minor Repairs Oil Kerosene Tractor Fuel
the season are a better team Bunnell ID 7-7119 ;
potatoes and Mrs.' William Givens U.S. 1 N. Bunnell-ID 7.3498
than their record. The Bulldogs
Results obtained on soil
';'will be out for this .game as which had received 2,200 poundsper I arrived Friday from Barberton, Bjddle Gulf ServiceGASOIILUBRICATION I
Ohio, to stay in their Venice GARDEN SHOP
they can even their record for acre of 1.9.9 fertilzer at

\ the season. The Bulldogs are planting, and which was irrigated I Park home during the winter. GULF TIRES & BATTERIESOpen Gray's Garden Center

: 1.2 for the Headquarter* for Gardening Need
season. > during the, growing sea 7 A.M.-10 P.M.Daya ,
I The probable lineup for that son. i Mr. and Mrs. Tony Romano State&Lambert US 1-:ID 7-7190 Ceramics. Gifts.Materials Dry Arrangement

is: Dr. D. R. Hensel, assistant from Havelock, N.: C, were va- I Annuals Shrubbery Fertilizers

game soils chemist at the Florida Agricultural cationing here last week. Mr. Colonial Service StationEARL TORO LAWN MOWERS
Morris, Rg; Emery, Lg; MeMillarr 1 :
I Experiment Station and, Mrs. Romano own some lots E."RICE, Proprietor 147 .Tomoka Avenue-Ph. OR 7-051
C Burnsed Rf Rules-
ki, Lf unit, reports results ere mare here and plan to build later. I II GAS-OIL-LUBRICATION

I I adaptable to light, sandy soils.. I MOTOR TUNE-UP i HARDWARE
Tuesday, January ,9, the Bulldogs .
Ondark'sandy soils the benefits GOODYEAR TIRES &BATTERIES
will be away from home of side dressing are still being Holiday visitors with Mr. and I U.S. HIWAY 1 BUNNELL.ED'S THAT FAMOUS PAINT
to play Florida Military Academy Mrs. Clarence Duncan were his
studied. I Exclusively at
A & B boys team. brother in law and sister, Mr. '
According to the report, the
I source of nitrogen used for side and Mrs. Paul. Hendershot from I I PURE OIL STATION FLAGLER BEACHHARDWARE

Bunnell Girls Seek 3rd Win ,dressing makes little differencein Marietta, Ga., and his sister, I Specializing in Wash & Waxing fi 5l i

The Bunnell girls team will yields, Miss' Minnie Duncan from Cin- Batteries-Accessories i
| Flagler Beach HE 9.2103
be out for their third win of Studies show that 6-8-8 79.9, cinatti, Ohio. They left for their MINOR REPAIRS ii I

the season when the Orange 10.0.10, urea, nitrate of soda, homes Sunday. i u.S. Ih ,... 1-Bunnell- -ID ?-3138I 5 5I+.i.: =
I Village HardwarCenter ,
, Park girls'come to Bunnell nitradte of soda-potash and ammonium I BAR AND PACKAGE STORE i .

Tuesday night, January 9th at I nitrate did equally well .;Mrs. Ellen Jennings from Or. I HOUSE, PAINTS
I BAMBOOBAR Match and mix any color ,
7 P.M. in the tests. lando spent Sunday here with

_" -- ..: '. I her sister and brother in law, & COCKTAIL 111 i I!I Builder's GIFTS -Supplies GREETING- Kitchenware CARDS ,

Bunnell Mr. and Mis:::Henry Shill. LOUNGE ,I
High School Basketball Schedule 1961-62 !
: DANCING FRIDAY & SATURDAY AlA Ormond Beach CL 2.0420
Fri. Jan 5 Crescent City A and B Boys Here 7:00 I FROM 9 I
Tues. Jan 9 Fla. Mil. School A and B Boys There, 6:30'' House guests of Mr. and Mrs. JEWELER
Ocean Blvd AlA Flagler Beach
Tues. Jan 9 Orange Park Girls \ Here 7:00 Albert Batten last week were :I

Fri. Jan. 12 Fla. D', &. B. Boys and 'Girls- r' There 7:00 Mr. and' Mrs., Harry Miles from I MILLAND BAR AND I BRENNAN Jewelers

. Sat. Jan 13 Hastings A and B, Boys'1 :'He e 7:00 St.. Cloud, Florida., COCKTAIL LOUNGE I Diamonds-Diamond Setting
Fine Jewelry and Gifts
, Tues. ,Jan 16 St. Augustine A and B Boys' Here 7:00Tues. I .I !
Jan 16 Green Cove .Girls : Here 5:30 Mrs. Julia }Moody returned Eddie & Mary Shultz. Props. :i Hamilton, Bulova Benrus '
Tri. Jan 19 St. Joseph- ,A and.B.Boys Here 7:00 last weekend 'a.fter'visiting several I Watches (
.* ... { 9 a.m.2: a.-Sun.. 1 p.m: 2 a.m. Watches-Jewelry-Clocks Repaired
TUBS. Jan. 23 Pierson' -.*B ojsandaGirls. ..lThere,* 7:15 L week.Jin! i Mon gomery" Ala.She"was Ocean Blvd-Flfloler JD aeli j'60 E. Granada-Ormond-OR 1. On
, ? Fri. Jan. 26 Oviedo Boys and Girls 'Here '. 7:00 ;"accompanied oil the I ,

, Tues. Jan. 30 Fla. D & B Boys and Girls Here 7:00 trip here by her daughter,';Judy I BETH'S', 'SEASIDE I I FURNITURE ,

j Fri. Feb 2 Crescent City A and Bf Boys There 7:00 Dodson, who .remained. here until tiAR. & GRILL i i I r
: Girls' Tuesday.Mr I FOR FINEFOOD Ormond Bedding and
Sat. Feb. 3 Orange Park ,There. 7:00 "
, Feb..8-9-10: Con Tournament' ;{ ' ' I I.[ Furniture Co. ,

J Tiles. Feb. 13 Hastings A and B BoysThere 7:00: and :Mrs. David Spivey Substantial Discounts on AUBEDSSOFA8FURNITURE ,t
3.ml. N. of Flagler on AlA I
r !!Fri. Feb. 16 Callahan A and B Boys There 7:00 and family from Wilmington, 'P.M. $10 Tradein Cover. Down Payment !
7 A.M.-II
t Sat. Feb. 17 Father Lopez A and B.Boys Here '7:00, N. C., spent two 'days last week I R. S. ROBENBERRY, Owner I Ii

TVCS. Feb. 20 Fla. :Mil. School A and B Boys :Here 7:00 here with his ,parents Mr. and BUILDING SUPPLIES I i 68 'Gran.da. Ormond Bck. .OR 7'-8-JU ,

Sat Feb. 24 Hawthorne Boys and Girls Here 7:00 Mrs. E. M. Spivey. !'
March .]-2-3_ Group Tournament WICKLINE PAINTS

Spending last week here with Building Supplies
:Mr. and Mrs. Charles McCabe
were their daughters Mrs. Bon- -

Yours for Faster Service nie Crews with her son Joe from STEEL I Points-Finishes

Eau Gallic; Mrs. Marlene Lacey Flagler Beach HE 9-225 Point Sundries-Wallpaper

: :/ and son Pat from Palatka; and 38 W. .Granada-Ormond .
: New York Florida their friends Mr. and Mrs. G. BOTTLE GASHARRIS I ORange 7.0761 i

Smith from r
Rochester N. Y. After
1 Thru' Route their guests had gone Mr. I BOTTLE GAS I:ROOFER
I and Mrs. EDGEMON

,. I where they (visited two days HOME OWNED GAS COMPANY Manufacturers of
with their son in law and Cement, Tile RoofingALL
PHONE ID 7-3551
_1_ daughter, Mr. and Mrs. Timothy TYPES OF ROOFING
Broughton. i Help Flagler County Grow Fast Dependable Service

}r By Shopping at Home HWY. 1 N. ORMOND .

Mr. and' ORange 7-5177. 7.1793
I :Mrs. Kenneth Givens CONCRETE PRODUCTSYour i

have been on, .a visit during the
I holidays in Akron\ Ohio. with "Q" For Concrete I RESTAURANT

I relatives. Dial CL 3-8113 SUE-Z-Q RESTAURANT

--- DAYTONA BEACH Lunches-Dinners-Sandwiches
PHARMACYSick Quillian's Concrete, Inc. I .
Room SuppUes-Sundrles '152 W Granada-Ormond Beach


24-Houi Prescription Service i 146 S. Atlantic Ormond

: '.. Free Delivery in Flagler Beach BUNNELL CLEANERSWE


i Oven Dally S to 8 Shrimp-Steok-Chops-Chicken
Phone ID 7-3188 Sandwiches and Shakes .
GJljr 3KInglrr JEribunrBDHHEIX. Sandwiches and Pies '
115 N. Bay St. Bunnell

-, I DRUG STORES Ocean Spray Restaurant

AlA 1 Mile South of Pier
'f 'j easiest travel on earth M. B. FULLER, Editor I Moody's Pharmacy
Used Furniture
I Flagler County. Corner Drug Store
.Fastest bus service between New York. and :Miami., D *lffated OBelal .....UeatJe.Ie. . PRESCRIPTIONS' JOE WELLBORN
serving central Florida points and Jacksonville. New J'" ...Ue., ir I .tlee mt Piaster

,:: :-"' restroom-equipped bus fleet. ,> ,..t I / Duty Maalelpalltle* thereto DRUGS-SUNDRIES Furniture & Upholstery
',"From; lUJNNELLi; 1-way From BUXNELi 1-way. mm* the State mt FlerUa GOOD USED FURNITURE

NEW YORK . .f . . s30.10' JACKSONVILLE . . S ,1,95 I BunnelL Flo. Phone ID 7-3661 New Bedding:-Mattreas BenoratlnjrFvrmltnr
4 Convenient trips dailyWASHINGTON Eatered .a ...... elaaa matte UpholsteringTrade
Faster Thru service
ELECTRIC SERVICE IOU Flomlnh Holly Hill-CL, 3-227S
',: . . '=75 MIAMI ._ .'. . . . S 7.00. February .ltl3.at the -e.eSee...
t'4Tina,service.over 2 hours faster 4 Thru trips..'dally \: '. at Baaaell. ". ... ..4er set .! : PROMPT ELECTRIC SERVICE PUBLISHERS& PRINTERS
.' tax), .(plus tax). Marrh 3. 187e.I BUNNELL MOTOR COMPANY The
-- (plus Flagler Tribune
; : please callMOOD'VS
. .. ;. For Informatldn- COMMERCIAL A MAINTENANCE' .. Publishers Printers
.:. ".-.'(} --: =-- I -
...' ;' PHARMACY .... 'i. I CALLBt1BEBT
"' : : 'Phone ID
.rt.. t : .:'" .. 1.--. 'month.-.._ .ILU I PELLJCEH 7-3282
., W ". Bunnell BUNNELL, FLORIDA
74661 <
10Stctt .St., f DAY ID7-3448 NIGHT
: 7-331
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Michael Parker, a student at : .v
i M. I. T., flew back to school Sunday I JLL

r after spending 'the .holidayshere .
; / : \ph
with his parents- Mr. and
Mrs. M. H. Parker. 4f A.
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Mr.. and Mrs. Marshal Crews Guests of Mrs. Daisy Walker
of 'Bunnell :are the parents of a I and Miss Lucille Walker duringthe r L
Iuy .
1 son, born January 1, at the past weekend were Mrs. G.
L f Flagler Clinic arid Hospital.. .He |L. Walker and children, Russell ct (jj) ,(jJJ .
checked in at seven pounds and i Nancy, and Janet of New
.' ounces and was named Charles Smyrna Beach. Nancy and Rus.
Lawrence.: -. !;sell are students at Stetson Uni.
He is the grandson of Mr. and i iI I versity in DeLand.

;' ,' :Mrs.L.. S. Cody, Sr., of Bunnell.:j h i :
,".. I -
',. Mrs. Crews is.the former Miss
i Mr. and Mrs. James P.. Hall of Chase & Sanborn' The Finest Oleo .\

..t Joyce Cody. I(Charleston, W.Va., spent New I 1 ALL SWEET 1' lb .quarters 25c,
Year's Day .at the home of Mr. COFFEE I''JT 39C .

.. Mrs. Jessie Way left Friday for!and. Mrs. Rudye Shambljn. Kraft CheeseVELVEETA _
r Palatka where she will reside I I Limit one $5.00 or more food order _
I I II 2 ft box 89c
with Mr. and Mrs. O'Dell Patilla I I '
I I Flossie Richardson had '
and family. Her address is Mrs. 'Gerber's Strained
3, Box 19A, Palatka. Mrs. Rt.1[as her guests Monday Mr. and I II BABY FOOD 6 for59c Southern Peach 2%' can .
Bruce Parrish of Indian '
tilla is Mrs Way's Mrs.
ter, and is the ,grand.daugh.1 I apolis, Indiana.' Uncle Ben's .28 oz., pkg.. PEACHES 1ge

. Dorothy Way' of, Bunnell.. CONVERTED RICE '55c

.. Mr.' and Mrs. F. R. Martin, of, ,. 200 Count :
:* Youngs Island, S. C., and Mrs. Siesta S ---n .
John Jarosz has been moved KLEENEX
from a St. Augustine' nursing j i Fred Ackerman, Meggett, S. C., ICE MILK : 'V2 gallon 49c ,2 ,r25c.
visited here with Mrs. Bertha \ "
home to a DeLand nursing t
Grimes last week. ,
f' ., 'home. [ I
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Mrs. Jimmy Knight of Jacksonville Mr. and Mrs. Ted Kobylarski -
spent the past weekend and'daughterS have movedto \

I# here with Mr. Knight in Haw. Cocoa to reside: Mr. Koby- { ,
Creek. larski is employed at the Cape.

I lean Center Cut Loin & Rib
Miss Dianah left
Mr. and. Mrs.. Rudye Shamblin I McKnight
entertained .four generations of I Tuesday for Pittsburgh, Pa.,

their family at their home sun.. i where she will resume her ::: PORK CHOPS lb.59c
day. They included-Mr. and studies at Carnage Tech where .EII:! ::!
.I I'
I Mrs. Joe Brock ,and family, Mr.: she is a music major. She had \ \!jj j\\ :
and Mrs. Joe White and spent the holidays here visitingher { ..
family I ?j \' ,
.. "J Small Lean Cured Georgia By the piece
r Mr. and Mrs. J. H.
. of Bunnell, and Joey Meador, .a parents
..' ?.grandson, 'of, CharlestonWest_ j McKnight-' Jr.,- ,. I SPARE RIBS. .... 45c ', oTyrrvv LI i\ TD A PfYNT- 3t Qcr
Ib; :: f ib.
r Virginia. '. .1 r' ; 7 - ..Jt.t ., :
Mr. and Mrs. Richard Upson I Our sincere thanks to all ,for t Tender Red I Our, Own Fresh Made Boneless j'

' .. and little son, Ricky, of Hunts- prayers; cards, letters, flowers, :::::::::: ALL CORN BEEF
; vine, Ala., visited here Sunday I If etc. during the time Lew was : f STEWib.69c lb79C' ;
with Mrs. Flossie ,Richardson.- hospital Also for' ::::::::: "
< Iin : prayers
f ., i I flowers, card and letters of. j\\\\\\ Thriftway All Meat World's Best J
MiSs Euline Brock left Tues. i sympathy and for everythingdone '
. day for Atlanta to resume her in any way to help us in I: FRANKS pkg.39c HAMBURGER' 3 IbJ39 .

training at Grady Memorial Hos the loss of my dear husband J
pital. She is the daughter of and father. We ,will ,n*,ver. for
Mr. and :Mrs. Joe Brock. it. '
get .. .
t Miriam R. Slaugh Shurfresh All Purpose Fancy Pink Meat .

Guests of Mrs. Flossie Richardson Elmer L. '
I Slaugh. GRAPEFRUIT'each'
Saturday were Mr. and ,qt. V .
1, Mrs- James Crabtree and son Limit one $5.00 or more food order ,Jonathan 4 lb bag ..'

Scott and daughter Alyson of I APPLES each. 39c

I Olney, Maryland.Mr. IVE 6aTt 1 Southern Brand 2% can U.S. No.1 Yellow '

: and Mrs. Leon Pearce and A pRoBLBMI SALES I! SWEET:. POTATOES ea. 19c COOKING ONIONS 3, lbs. 25c ...

t son, Hubert, have returned aftera r t. ;
short holiday vacation in Gold Medal 1 oz. canBLACK I 7c OFF Giant Size

\ Eutaw, Alabama. TRY ANErr PEPPER, ea. 10c MR. CLEAN ea. 62c

\ :Mrs. Flossie Richardson was Hi C Drinks 46 oz.'.can '
the house guest of Mr. and Mrs. GRAPE & ORANGE 3 for $1.00 Birds Eye 10 oz. pkg.BROCCOLI .

Clare Biddle in Ormond Beach SPEARS 2 AOC

during the holidays. Stokelys ,,,303 can can

,I CREAM STYLE CORN 5 for..$1.00'4 Birds Eye 10 oz. pkg.
Mrs. G. R.Brice and son and BABY LIMAS 2 for 47cGordy's !
daughter of Rose Hill, N. C., visited I 1pu R r,wHv.oosg ..
.here ,during the weekend SLEEP U5E Howard Johnson
, with her brother and sister in THE NEWPgvcRAN SALT round box. lOc FUDGE or COCONUT CAKE 79c

I law.Mr. and lairs Bernice Jones.
i They also ;Visited in Miami during
( 50 FREE 100 FREE 50 FREE
the holidays with her broth ...
Mrs. Willard Johnson. Mrs. Brice with purchase of with the purchase of with $5.00 or more
( is the former :Miss. Grace. Jones 0 iT'sEcoNc 3 Ibs. Homemade $1.00 or more food order
of Bunnell PORK SAUSAGE Brachs Xmas Candies and this couponand
this & this at Shelton's
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I' Coupon void 1-6-62 Coupon void 1-6-62 Coupon void 1-6-62
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"' Open 6 A.:M.-10' P. M. N Quantity Rights

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io 'Country Fried Steak "." -.'.':- $1.00 r Jan. 4-5-6, 1962SHELTON

1 SUNDAY, Ghicken '& Dumplings. . ,.*. ,j.- $1.25. SUPERMARKET
Store Hours
1 t' ,
1. 2 Fresh-'Vegetables,,Salad and :Rolls ,-. .
K' Served with .Each of These Week 8a.zn.-6:45p.m=

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I Sat. .a.m.-9:00
l '. Short Orders, Sandwiches, A la Carte Heals !, ,>"s-'t BUNNELL. FLORIDA p.m.

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{' !avian symbol of the American I International Peace-Park on the I .r: : -
Colder Weather Is
: . 1,South, now awakens New .York- United States-Canadian border, I
J : ers. The cardinal flashes at ever several of the largest glaciers .' ..

r r:. : Expected Until 1965 !more northerly points. Turkey .. have disappeared in the 20th : i
* vultures soar over Massachu- century.. For a while it looked :
world slightly
\: The can expect
?;. "' colder winters during the next|setts. White egrets stalk through I I as if all might melt. Since 1950, 4 .
!Middle Atlantic marshes. I I however, they have held their,
five years, but they, probably I '. ; ... __ CATCH HER
F' will be,_only a brief reversal in I j Opossums rarely went north own.:

. a worldwide warming over the of Virginia 50 years ago; now The sea level rose measurely .,
&, ..-. '. next two or three centuries. f'they are common. in Massachu during a recent 18-year period (r. r I IF YOU
' setts. Deer, moose, raccoons, when the effect of melting po
: Climatologists admit that their "
f. and badgers have extended their lar ice was studied. British cli- I -
k: -- attempts to forecast weather on i range northward. matologist C. E. P. Brooks has CAN ;
i the basis of past cycles are
I Even fish are migrating. The estimated that a worldwide :
Most however, that I
f risky.
. agree j cod, once unknown in Greenland temperature rise of only two degrees -
the world has grown warmer in ;
| I .has become a food staple would eventually melt the .
f the half century. Average
past 'of the Eskimos. Tuna have polar icecaps,thus adding millions -
in the 'Northern I
f" temperatures "moved into the waters off New of cubic miles of water

'-.... Hemisphere, have risen about j England; tropical flying fish are to the oceans. Sea water would
; tone degree Fahrenheit, the Na-
t. seen off New Jersey. partly submerge New York, Lon I
!t\: lional Geographic Society says. Glaciers have retreated in 0 don, and other coastal cities. Football season may be So, catch her ifandI
I I shot but the "gol gal! go!I" when-you can. She's on
Short term reverses have interrupted many areas. In Waterton-Glacier Ice Age Not Over I

P." the general warming ... ......-... . ....__ -. .... ... .S ... .. season is just beginning for Jhe run.
MWWVVWVFOR the housewife and mother. But, some don't run asChristmas
trend. Some Climatologists believe (
e .,. '
hard others-or far.
as as
K: the world now is in such !is practicallyhere.
Some wise shoppers have
I In addition to the
Taking reverses accelerating
fk a period. past
learned to save time, money, ,
itx as a guide, the current cold? interval AMBULANCE I list of !things to be steps; and at the same time
I" should end about 1965. PH NE'Alley 4-1625 done: in the kitchen and realize guaranteed satisfac

i| Worming Changes World SERVICE, about the home, the average tion with every purchase . .
f ST. AUGUSTINE. FLORIDA housewife still has to do the
simply by shopping locally
f'-- The over-all warming since
bulk of her Christmas shopwhere best and
'1 :1900 has had a wide variety of Never be hesitant about calling a Garcia Ambulance. We prices are
. ping. folks most to please.
: effects. On the Canadian prai- are. always at your service with promptness, safety and eager
f; Ties, the crop line has moved experience. I
t ; '. 50 to 100 miles north. In parts I -
t v of northern New England and With Resusitator and Inhalator
: Equipped Oxygen r Your own sake!
.-,;;:: has' killed birch trees; spruce Garcia Funeral Home I and community progress-

|-, and balsam have suffered. In
-"I. P. E. GARCIA, Licensed Funeral Director II
: Sweden the timberline has I r
. climbed as high as 65 feet up LADY ASSISTANT '

mountain. slopes since_ 1930. ........,.,.........J'J'f.....Jf./t...........J'.................WI,.,.,.,....'\,,___. ....." --
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I : ; Effective January 1, 1962, Citizens Bank of Bunnell
user thU heading are I
4 'cent per word each I S will 4 interest certificates of de
?5 cent la minimum pay % on one year .-
FOR RENT-2 b posit. These certificates will be issued for minimums

:. ton Available waterfront February lot in Venice.5. Park.Call 1 .' amounts of $500.00 and in multiples of $100.00 there-

I HE 9.2343 for keys. 1-4-tf O after. It is necessary that your funds be transferred 3+

business.Available,in Flagler at once Co.-Rawleigh Good op- in person or request t by mail. These certificates maybe

!p rtunlty. Experience helpful at time the and mature .
.I Ibut not'necessary. See C. D. Gall purchased any during year

\ :Rt. 2, Box 223, Palatka or writeat one year from the issue date.
once. Rawleigh .
IMemphis: 'Tenn. '' 1.4.2tp .. ,." .. ..
: '
.- .... .. ... .-, :. 4
:roB SALE-Electric water heater ;.-: -.' .. \
in excellent condition $15. "; ,: 1\1I 1
Call ID 73609. 1-4-.1tc J .-
. I
SEPTIC, TANK-cleaning reason- 5 '1 ; Effective 1 1962 !
January your regular savings accounts -
able rates. George Jarosz, phone

ID 73410. 11-2 to 4-26-tp 1 will draw interest at the rate of 3 % % per 1

bed- !

'P 'ffoom oneito,house Flagler at north Beach end, on of boat Pal- annum on the balances remaining on deposit for the. '::,

canals cool pleasant living, ex- 3
.tceptkmal value, beautiful In- full six months period. This rate increase from the' r. 'j

terior and exterior $90.00 per 0 .

pancy.month for Contact September present 1 renters occu- 2 present 3% rate is automatic ,and will be reflected in ?i

or 'Alexander Lumber Co., Day- .
Mona Beach,. Florida. 7-20-TF your. next interest payment on June 30, 1962. !
: --, :i
-Ocean front housekeeping apart- ; ,
I t i.
gneats, 1 and 2 bedrooms -compete '_. .:It..ti' .,-
: with linens and all utilities. . \ { f';

Sundeck, fishing week, swimming month., .... .' (These.changes in interest rates are subject to the regulations *=3 (f t 'f
Sun loafing.Sea Day:Manor, Flagler .. of the Federal Deposit Insurance; Corporation relating to the :; '. : E:,:

HE 9-2082 Beach'l ,,* payment of interest on Savings and TIme -Deposits by insured ." : :1

----' t \ \t Banks. .* ,
FOR BENT-Unfurnished large . . I. I

2-bedroom garage' apartment.Call . ({:)i>
HE 9-2318, or see Zeke f- -
Chaffee. ll>17-tf :For Further Information Contact Any Of The Officers Of: - !J.

FOR RENT-f urnisned 2 bedroom -

one bath house, Daytona Ave., r
Flagler Beach. Completely ren-

$65.00 per month. Keysan .
< be picked up at Sullivan's .

Cult Station. Nov 10-tf CITIZENS BANK
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. Residence. Phones ID ?.3691 ., I
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