Title: Flagler Tribune
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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 11, 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: VID00626
Source Institution: University of Florida
Holding Location: University of Florida
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i 1 VOLUME '50, NO.1. ;x : BUNNELL, FLORIDA, THURSDAY, JAN. 11, 1962.*. '" $2.50 ,A YEAR


:': Businessmens. 'I I Ir. !Robert Moody, in I I Peter D. Jabal ly !\ Quarter Horse} *.-. '1 Flagler Beach-

Receives Award j Dies Futurity Race I I
Club Changes Thursday Adopts Revised
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Of Achievement 1In I This Saturday -
1Presidents' I Zone Ordinance
I Sp5 Robert :Moody, III, 24, of I Ii Alabamai j I The Florida Quarter Horse I

I i Bunnell,. was recently presented J i i j Futurity': for two-year-olds will J[ .
t'oJ, The ,Flagler Beach..Area .Busi with a certificate of achievement Peter Deeb Jabaly, brother of ;be run at Tropical! : Park in Mi- 1 r The Flagler Beach Town Commissioners .
'l nessmens' Club has accepted for: outstanding service In the Mrs. Louis Trad of Bunnell, 'amt Saturday, 'January 13, Ray-J 1 I adopted a revised

r' -.. the resignation ,of Pal: Parker Army. passed away early Thursday mon Tucker said today. The !I zoning ordinance at their meet-

'o' as club 'president at a club I Brig. Gen. Richard ,J.. Meyer, morning at his home in Gads- race will be run from a field of ing Thursday night. The new .

I; '. : .t' meeting Monday .night. George 4 commander' of the U.S. Army den, Alabama, after a long ill I 14 colts, and the purse will be I ordinance was revised to make

e. 4 Moody, Sr., first vice president 1{Signal Training Center at Fort I II ness. Feuneral service and in- $3,250.00. provisions for the newly annexed
\ : I of the club automatically became I Gordon, Ga.,. made the presenta-: j I I terment were at Gadsden SaturI j i territory of the town and
.r I "This is the best bunch of
'I: : president i and will serve .tion.' ..: 1 I day morning. also to bring the old ordinanceup

k. .. c to the next election according Moody is the son of Mr. and i j Mr. Jabaly was a resident of I 1 Quarter Horse Colts ever to compete River to date.
east of the Mississippi
r. to the by-laws": Mr.: Moody presided I Mrs. Robert ,Moody, Jr., Rt. 1, ,Daytona Beach for many yearsi I ," Mr. Tucker said. Many of Under discussion at the meetIng -
t -/ at ,the meeting Monday Bunnell. He graduated from s I i and was the soh'of the late was the construction of the
these colts 'will 'go on to the
evening.The Bunnell High School in 1955, ;I Mr. and Mrs. 'Deeb Jabaly of j' I new pier restaurant and tackle
West and win, he added. 1
club" plans to hold ar' and joined the Army on Decem- Daytona Beach. He was serving :'shop which the town plans to
r Two of the colts are from the I
meeting Monday evening, \January ber'16, 1955. .. I in the U.S. Navy and was stationed construct. .
!: 15, at the Flagler Beach.1 At Fort Gordon, he was a in Gadsden. He was a Rymon Tucker Haw Creek J I The present municipal build
Ranch, one of which ran the
t' . .Recreation Center, Mr. Moody I stenographer in the command I I member of he Catholic Church second fastest time at the trials ing used for the pierhouse restaurant I j
fr'x.. said. The club was very encouraged section. Shortly after receiving and was 60 years of age. last and tackle shop has !.
at Seminole racing meet
: by the many requests I the award, he left for Laos., Survivors include his wife I week. condemned and the State Board r

lor the brochures of Flagler where he is now stationed. Stella of Gadsden; three daughters i of Health has given the board ':
to Beach. .said they had received children Robert i until 13th to do
They His wife and Barbara Kay, ,Margaret, :I January something 1.I

.. requests for brochuresto IV, Donald and Timothy, live 1 I Carol Ann; three, sons, Peter ,D. J I about the restaurant fa ,
t be ,sent to 50 motor clubs in at ,609 Smith Lane, ML Holly. jJr., Deeb Antone, and Charles, State Fair at I II I cility. !,
Illinois and 12 in Indiana. Ad. i The committee has made ''i
) ;New Jersey. all of Gadsden; three sisters, ; pier ;;
., ditional copies have been sent I I Mrs. Louis Trad of Bunriell; Mrs. j I an estimate of about $16,000 for .::1:1I
: 'Ito the Welcome Stations in Florida 'Robert Schaefer i James Veale, Daytona Beach; I|; Tampa Opens 1 I I the new building, which will -':!

o. and also the State ,Develop and. Mrs. N. Demetry of Miami; house the restaurant, tackle I
ment ,Commission. I of !i On February 6 'I shop and ticket gate for the :!
one brother, Joseph Jabaly ,
1. Mr. Moody said all members Funeral Service Daytona 'Beach. Also survivingare I 1.11 pier. t

of the club, _are urged to attend I several nieces and nephews. North and West Florida's active The town commissioners have ''i
the meeting on Monday night. .. estimated an annual income of
; Held WednesdayFuneral agricultural participation
t in the Florida State Fair at I I approximately $6,000 from the
10 cent utility tax
service for Robert W. f Tampa, February 6.17, will underscore -.. per recently ;
Phone Company Pays adopted by the town. i
Stephen FosterAnniversary Schaefer was held at 11 o'clock the statewide scope of ,
I Wednesday morning from. the the big winter exposition.West .

('I Week. I,J First Baptist Churchof Bunnell. Beach Utility Tax Florida demonstrated Thousands Visits ,

Rev, Leonard: Hogeboon],. pastor Telephone .bills. dated-Decent. ;,.the,excellence of. its.JiT. stock .- I
'Is : *'. oif *tne"WeirsdaTePresbyterian:'F : : .last when'two Escambia "Florida Showcase" d;
r J luaij.r3':21'; ber 22, 1961, received last week year ,
). Church, officiated. The' body r"by Flagler Beach customers of County 4-H ,Club boys producedboth \I
Stephen Foster Week, mark rested :at the chapel of Craig Southern Bell 'Telephone Com I <<; the champion and reserve I II i In New York CityA

ing the 98th anniversary of the Funeral Home of Bunnell from pany, included: for the first timea champion' Angus steers that won
famed composer's death, will be Tuesday evening until the fune- municipal tax of 10 per cent I top places in the all-Florida an- I record of nearly a quarter ;

observed at the Stephen Foster ral hour. in accordance with the recently nual Table Beef Contest. They I+million people visited the Florida r,;

Memorial at White Springs with The body was sent to West, passed ordinance of the Tovtar were Jackie Cunningham and 1 Showcase In New York ,City

several special musical programs I field, N. J., Wedensday evening of Flagler Beach, according to Claude Gibbs, who will be back In December the Florida Devel !

during the January 13-21 for' interment in the family plotin i Buck Moore, Southern Bell's district with their colleagues to try for opment Commission said today.A t
s period, according to Foster L. Fairview Cemetery.Mr. manager at Daytona Beach. I more cash prizes in 1962. total of 243,651 registered at E
Barnes director of the music I 4-H the Florida last I
Schaefer. passed away Moore said that while his 1 Future Farmers and boys Showplace
shrine on the ,Suwannee River. Sunday night in the local hospital receives benefit and girls who also will be month-more than in any other
I I'I company no
'.. "Way Down Upon the Suwannee I ,He had been a residentof I what ever from such a tax, they showing prize cattle are from ;since the opening in February,
River" and more than 200 Beach for the :' Alachua 1961, sixtimes as as
'I Flagler: past'. are glad to be in a position to Bradford, Clay many
other melodies were composed I four and a half years, coming be of help to'"the communityby den, Gilchrist, Leon, Gads-I came in July and nearly twiceas
by.Foster, who died January 13.,I j there. from Bedminister, N. J. making the colletions for it. wannee counties. many as in November. De-

1864, at the. age of 37. Becauseof I He ,"was :a retired' department The' tax, is a flat 10 per cent Gadsden and Columbia counties I cember visitors saw such live

Foster's musical genius, the store owner. He was a member: of the base monthly charge for will have individual county I Florida attractions as pink flamingos ,

Suwannee has become the I of the Presbyterian Church and I local telephone service, and appears exhibits. Gadsden County Agent Seminole Indians, glass
world's most.sung-about river, the Westfield Rotary Club. He on the subscriber's bill John C. Russell of Quincy will blowers and bathing beauties.

and the State of Florida's 243- I'was 54 years of age. lumped with the already exist- emphasize hay, grain, tobacco, Wendell Jarrard, chairman-

acre park and memorial are He is survived by his wife, ing federal ,tax which is also I and meat products among the director of the Commission, at-
t. maintained as a tribute to this Mrs. Opal Schaefer, of Flagler 10 per cent.tBUNNELL. I farm crops of his area. tributed the sharp traffic' rise to ,

outstanding American composer. Beach; his mother, Mrs. F. H. I Columbia: County Agent Neal stepped-up Showcase activitiesas
The State of Florida, legis- i part of the big winter travel
by ,Schaefer, Westfield; a daughter, P.-T. A. M. Dukes will highlight Co- ,
lative act, made "Suwannee Mrs. Diane Edwards, Canford,'I I iumbia's flue cured tobacco, to-1 I push and the' live attractions.

,River" the state gong, designatedthe J.; and two brothers, William EXECUTIVE BOARD I bacco products, field crop seeds, !He said January attendance

week beginning January 13 IN. Westfield, and Harold (1 MEETING TONIGHT !naval stores,. and manufactured j should show another ,great in- i

as Stephen Foster Week, and Schaefer, Lady Lake, Florida. I The Bunnell Parent-Teacher I products. The exhibit will in* crease because "those people '
established the Foster Memorial, I are beginning to realize there's
Also surviving is a granddaughter Association Executive Board will elude historical scenes of Civil
which has been developed at a I North Florida and I always somethJng exciting
Debra Ann Edwards. meet tonight 1n the office of War days in go-
cost of more than a million dol. I Ing on at the Florida Showcase"
Craig Funeral Home of Bun- Principal J. O. Craig, high school current outdoor recreational
lars and which has attracted nell was in charge of local ar- building. tivities there. .aC"1 January attractions will in.

more, than two and, a half million rangements. I Plans for the January 25th ,All counties in the upper clude a distant relative of ponce

visitors since it was ,opened meeting will be made at this of the State will be represented I de Leon, dressed In the authentic ,

\ to the public in October, 1950. MARTIN LUTHER meeting. All board .membersare in the 11-day fair program costume of a Spanish conquistador

One of the features of the MOVIE TO BE urged to attend. through their officials, state I and who is an authorityon
Stephen Foster Week observancewill agencies, and youth organiza. St Augustine history; live

be two appearances ot the SHOWN MONDAYThe tions. They will send large delegations alligators, live Key deer, a 400-
St. Petersburg Male Chorus. Di Methodist Men of Flagler to Future Farmers' Dayon pound sea turtle and her 10-lb.

rected by John L. Reynolds, the Beach are inviting the public to This week, Ray E, Green, com- Saturday, February 10, and baby, a trained raccoon from the i
50-volce group will be heard in see the picture "Martin Luther'I troller, said, we have made the to 4-H Club Day on Saturday, Keys and bathing beauties i

the Foster 'Carillon Tower audi- to be shown at the Flagler racing distribution to all Florida February 17.Progress showing comparative tempera

.t.... torium at 3 p.m. on Saturday Beach school cafeteria Monday counties. in agriculture, education tures In New York City and Key
\ and Sunday, January 13 and 14. evening. The showing will begin i Each county will receive $12- and home economics in West every day.

Other special events scheduledat at 7 and 9 o'clock. 500 which brings the total for Florida's "food basket" area will

'the 'memorial during''Foster' The :Methodist Men are invit- this fiscal year to $4$.509. be featured in the displays and VFW AUXILIARY

Week are: ing'the public and ,said a freewill activities, of state, farm, and MEETS
{ January 16-Mrs. Sidney W. offering will be acceptedto BAND PARENTSTO school programs.These TQNIGHT'f
Godwin, soprano,' prominent in I cover expenses. MEET TONIGHTIN will ,remind South Flor- AT CIVIC CENTERThe t
Alauchua County musical activities ida's visitors and 1
winter permanent I Ladies Auxiliary of the
,,will.,present a vocal con- pearances :in the auditorium of BAND.. ROOM residents of the rich, va-I I local Veterans of Foreign Wars i

cert at 11- a.s > ,featuring several <...I the. Foster Carillon tower play- The Bunnell Band Parents tied character of the state's I Post ,will meet at 8 p'clock to- j jnight.
of Foster's lesser known ing the von Janko piano; the Association will meet tonight economy and opportunities. .'at the Bunnell Civic Cen i
compositions arid a ,number' of Irish harp and the mefodica. (Thursday) at 8 o'clockin the I ter. 1

DanISh.folk 'songs. I The von Jahkq piano, with, its band room. I An estimated 63 per cent of The president, Mrs Ernest

January \\9f:20 ,and' 21, '''Mr$. I unusual keyboard;-Arrangement, The president, Mrs. Ethel I Florida, produced flowers ]Taylor urges all members to at.

Pauline'Plttinger/Bradenton mu lis ode of 'the'Memorial's ,outstanding 'McMillan, urged all members shipped via air, truck and, rail)tend this i meeting; to make plans

*siclan.t will-make., :a..series:of ap- 1 exhibit pieces I to attend this. meeting. .- :markets ,throughout'< the nation,t for the new year.r .
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<; ?,; ... PAGE TWO THE FLAGLER TRIBUNE, BUNNELL, FLORIDA *_.,. ,, :1.: Thursday, Jan. 11, 1962 i'

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fr Nov. 2 Pierson Away D & B 0312148: SATURDAY GAMES
Nov. 9 Hastings Home I' -
Hastings at Bunnell
;: ,... 'Nov. '16 Callahan .. Home : 'St
FRIDAY GAMESFather Augustine at Father Lopez

r B. TEAM Lopez at Hastings Oveldo at Taylor ;

L" '. Fla. Military at Taylor I TUESDAY iS1.
to": .'- Sept. 25 Crescent City Away Bunnell at St. Augustine D&B Augustine at Bunnell.
Oct. 2 Hastings Home ,
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r....'.- Oct. 9 Crescent City Home

t.,,: ,. By Leslie Fetch Oct. 16 Hastings Away -t AREA BUSINESS DIRECTORY 1 11!

Oct.. _25 Keystone Hts, Away,. .. I
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tf{' FOUL SHOOTING I R. Tucker and Posey were I Oct. 30 St Joe Home _.- ;
with 10 and 12 ,
high scorers
:L' Crescent, City cashed in more' 7, with Johnny Metts right BUNNELL GIRLS WIN EASILY FLORIDA AIR -I r PROMPT ELECTRIC SERVICE

. from the foul line than the Bulldogs behind with 6 points. Bunnell girls out scored the CONDITIONING CO. I f I BUNNELL MOTOR COMPANY

;:( Friday night as the .Rebels Of Daytona Inc. RESIDENTIAL INDUSTRIAL
Orange Park girls at their will. I I

Harry Kuleski and Earl Col- BE ORGANIZED with Heidi Eisenbach and Bar-' SHEET METAL HUBERT PELLICERID
. scoring bara Weaver 14 points each. We're Proud of Out Work" 7-3301 DAY ID7-3448 NIGHT
vard tied for personal
The City of Bunnell Recreation 330 Walker. Holly Hill OR 7-6120
honors with 16 each. As both Sheila Westbrook and Sharon FUEL OIL
has organized a
:. teams collected 15 field goals, Department Townsend had 12 each. Margaret. AUTO SERVICEMcDANIEL'S
basketball league.
Crescent City however, hit on senior city Smith for Orange Park had TRUCK STOP t

'# ', 8 of 24, from. the foul line and The teams were being The organized league 8 points. The guards for Bun- I PHILLIPS 66 GAS & OILS |
Wednesday night.
:.: the Bulldogs hit on 6 of 12. The' expects to have at least four nell all played gooddefensive Service Station I J. L. IRVIN Prop. ;

.. Bulldogs led by two points on I game. STANDARD OIL PRODUCTS Lubricatlon-Tires-Batteries !*
{ ,. \ occasions in the teams. Bunnell Fg Ft Fm Pts I Tractor Fuel *
game. Tires-Batteries-Minor Repairs Fuel ,Oil, Kerosene,
:,.\ The Bulldogs' however\ missed Games will be played on Wednesday I II-S. King 4 2 0 8 Bunnell ID 7-7119 U.S. 1 N. Bunnell-ID 7.3498GARDEN
A. Tucker 3 4 3 9 I
their big center Mike McMillan. nights. The public will
H. Eisenbach 7 0 '0 14
. Big ''Mike: had to go to 'Miami see some former all-conference I Biddle Gulf ServiceGASOILLUBRICATION SHOPGray's
' like Cliff Sheffield, Buddy S. Westbrook 6 3 0. 12
n for the band. The Rebels tied players
Garden Center
; the score on a fild goal by Ne- Taylor, Henry Wells, Joe Kel- I S. Townsend 6 1 0 14
GULF TIRES & BATTERIESOpen I Headquarter f.r Gardening Need.
B. Weaver 5 7 4 14
in Bertha, Gene Cauley,
cashed ly, Sammy
t bold. Earl Colvard 7 A.M.-10 P.M.-7 Days .Ceramics. Gifts Dry Arrangements
the winning goal to give the Dewayne Metts, J. I. Sheffield, Materials
31 17 7 69 State&Lambert US 1-ID 7-7190 Annuals Fertilizers
Rebels their first win in five David Burnsed, Aubrey Spivey, 1; Shrubbery
: Dick Littlefield (from Alabama) Orange Perk Fg Ft Fm PtsJ. TORO LAWN MOWERS
games. Colonial Service Station
0 147 Tomoka Avenue-Ph. OR 7-051
Nebold and a host of others. Mr. Cole Ryan'S. 1,1 2 ,
S. Roberston 1 3 1 3 \
with 10 will be in charge of the league
sared in scoring and will also referee. M. Holmes '1 2 '1 3 I!HARDWARE .
and 9 points each. M. Smith 3 3 2 ,8 MOTOR TUNE-UP ,1

Bunnell 11 8 11 6 36 L.. Green 0 2 0 0 GOODYEAR TIRES & BATTERIES!THAT FAMOUS PAINT \!M MI

Crescent City 9 8 11 10 38 QUENTIN ,EMERY LEADS. I U.S. HIWAY 1 BUNNELL Exclusively at II

6 11 4 16 ED'S
Brown *.0. 4 1:1 FLAGLER BEACHHARDWARE ,'j

Q. Emery 5 1 0 10 Quentin Emery leads the Bun-" LATES SCORE- 0 'I PURE OIL STATION I a Vj :

Burnsed 0 5 4 4 nell Bulldogs in scoring with a Specializing in Wash & Waxing
Moody 1- 1 1 3 14-point average per game, followed Bunnell Bulldogs defeated" Batteries-Accessories j i Flagler Beach HE 9-2103 \\<

'. H. Kuleski 8 1 0 16 by Mike McMillan with Florida Military Academy 4541. :MINOR REPAIRSu. I /

Morris 1 0 0 2 11, and Harry Kuleski with a 10- Ilwy. 1-Bunnell-ID 7-3138 Village Hardwar., Center

15 12 6 36 Match and mix color
; Fg Fta Fm Tp Av W L Pts Op any
., Rebels Fg Fta' Fm Pts Emery 19 10 5 43 14 Taylor 5 1 312 263; I I I Builder's Supplies Kitchenware ,I

Nebold '3 4 3 9 H. .Kuleski 16 14 8 40 10 Father Lopez 4 3 322: 327 BAR & COCKTAIL I' GIFTS GREETING CARDS 1\
.AO ,30 0 LOUNGE AlA Ormond Beach CL 2-0420 .
King McMillan 13 20 7 33 11.. Hastings 1 2 116 145 I .
Colvard ,: '.; ff 3 ,7'" 9 2, 16 Morris" '7 7 3 17 4 Fla. Military 1 4 186 226 DANCING FRIDAY & SATURDAY .

Smith : ? "' '1'.,. 33 4 Burnsed ,3 0'8 4 10( Crescent City 1 4 183 250 SUNDAY FROM FROM 9 6 P.M. II JEWELER

, I : West 2 3 1 5Miller' J. Brown 3 7' 2 8 ,S1. Joseph 0 3 88 169 Ocean Blvd AlA Flagler Beach \
0 4 .
2 2 BRENNAN JewelersKING'S
Moody1 3 I 2 ..4 -I
Knight 1 3 1 3 THE OUTBOARDER I MILLAND BAR AND 1 1I Diamonds-Diamond Setting
15 24 8 38 II I Fine Jewelry and Gifts
Bratcher .0 4' 3 3 Authorized Evinrude Dealer COCKTAIL LOUNGEEddie
E. Kuelski 0 2 1 \ 1 I Hamilton, Bulova, Benrus

Dockage Storage Tree Ramp PACKAGE GOODS Watches -Jewelry-Clocks Repaired
IN J. s .
1 WE FINANCE 9 a. m.-2 a.m-Sun. 1 p.m. 2 a.pt. 60 E. Granada-Ormond-OR 7-5056
Robbie Tucker, guard on the GIDDENS AND McDANIEL J
825 Ballough RdDaytonaPAL Ocean Blvd-Flader Beach
. Bunnell J.V.'s, with the ,score TOP SCORERS FOR J.VsI FURNITURE '

22.20 in favor. of Crescent City I BETH'S SEASIDE

,J.V.'s, Tucker was fouled in the Fg Fta Fm Tp PARKER'S. INC. BAR & GRILL Ormond Bedding and \
R. Giddens 7 11 4 18
last 30 seconds and had a 1-1 Automotive Specialty Center FOR FINEPOOD Furniture Co.
M. McDaniel 4 11 6 14
shot to make. Robbie made both BRAKES. RELINED 915.03 Substantial Discounts on AllBEDSSOFASFURNITURE'
T. Polk 4 13 2 10 PARTS AND LABOR ,
shots to tie the game up 2222. I
R. Tucker 4 3 2 10 FORDCHEVROLETPLYMONTHOTHERS 3 mi. ,N. of Flagler on AlA $10 Tradetn Covers Down Payment
Six second to R. Tucker $10.05 i
go R. S. ROBENBERRY, Owner
J. Metts ,4 11 19 540 Mason Ave. Daytona Open 7 A.M.-l1 P.M.
fouled Causey who made the 60 Granada, Ormond Beh. OR 7-6-111
J. Seals 1 11 3. 5
shot good and it was 2322. BUILDING SUPPLIES i .
C. Hodges 1 3 1 5 '
Bunnell took the ball down i PAINTS
A. Johnson 1 3 .1 3 FREE PAINTOne : WICKLINE
court where Robbie Tucker on a

push shot won the game 2423. extra gallon of your choice, I' Building Supplies JERRY'S PAINT MARTPITTSBURGH m 5

_.. -Bunnell B fg Fta Fm pts 1962 FOOTBALL: SCHEDULE I with each gallo you buy CEMENT CEMENT BLOCKS

Tom Polk' 0 0 0 0 Mary Carter Paint Store I Points-Finishes
E. Tucker 0 0 0 0 Coach Bo Manuel has releasedthe STEEL Paint Sundries-Wallpaper
schedule. Dun- Also Westcate Snooping Outer 'I
R. Giddens 3 3 1 7 1962 football Flagler Beach HE 9-2254 38 W. Granada-Ormond
R. Tucker 4 3 2 10 ellon replaced Keystone Heights.' ORange 7.0761 f

J. Metts 3 1 0 6 Dunnellon won 11 straight in RCA VICTOR BOTTLE GASHARRIS I

1 The Bulldogs J. Seal o..1 1 11961.
with Crescent City. The "LOOK FOR TilE PICTUREin BOTTLE GAS I
4. 11' 108 4 24 lB. Teams have a 6-game sched- Southern Radio & Television FLAGLER COUNTY'S ONLY I Manufacturers of

Crescent C. B Fg Fta Fm Pis ule.. 226 E. Granada ORMOND Ph. OR T-2001 HOME OWNED GAS COMPANY Cement Tile RoofingALL


Causey" S 3 1 1 7 Sept. 14 Crescent 'City' Home i ORMOND PRESCRIPTION I Help Flagler County Grow Dependable Service
Tudor .' 0 1 0 0 HWY. 1 N. ORMOND
Sept 21 Orange Park Away PHARMACYSick By Shopping at Home
Ellis 0 2 1 1 ORange 75177, 7.1793 I II
St. Away I
Sept. 28 Joseph Room Supplles-Sundrles

Robinson 1. 2 1 3 Oct. 12 D&B Home 24-Hour Prescription Service Your "Q" For Concrete I

Pearce \ 0 1.00 Oct. 19 Dunnellon Away Free Delivery in Flagler Bead I SUE-Z-Q RESTAURANT I
Rt. AlA 1 ml. North of Dial CL 3-8113
Father LunchesDinnersSandwichesOPEN t
Oct. 26 Lopez ORMOND BEACH-TeL OR 7-168!]1
8 15 7 23I .

Concrete Inc. 152 W Granada-Ormond Beach i
\ Bunnell High School Basketball Schedule 1961-62 QJlf 3Uagir OTribtmrBUXHKLL Open 6 A.L 11 P.M. at \

Fri. Jan. 12 Fla.: D&B Boys and Girls There 7:00 FLORIDA CLEANERS _146 S. Atlantic--Ormond .

Sat. Jan 13 Hastings A and, .B Boys Here 7:00 I I

Tues. Jan 16 St Augustine A and B Boys Here 7:00 MRS. M. B. FULLER Editor II BUNNELL CLEANERSWE RIGHT ON THE BEACH
Tues. Jan 16 Green Cove Girls Here 5:30Fri. Shrimp-Steak-Chops-Chicken:

Jan 19 St. Joseph A and B Boys Here 7:00" De.lcaate4 Oflelal PafcUeattoa oiea Dally S t. 0 'Sandwiches end Shakes I

Tues. Jan. 2? Pierson Boys and Girls There 7:15Fri. for PB H. N.tlee..t While* Pkone ID 7-3188 Sandwiches caul Pies

Jan. 26. Oviedo Boys and Girls Here' 7:00Tues. C* at7. Mnmlelpalltle therein 115 N. Bay St. Bunnell BREAKFAST ANYTIME

Jan. 30 Fla. D&B Boys and Girls Here 7:00 and t" State .f rimiaaIBatere Ocean Spray Restaurant

,Fri. Feb.. 2 Crescent City A and B Boys There 7:00 DRUG STORES AlA 1 Mile South of Pier

Sat. Feb. 3, Orange Park Girls ,.. There 7:00 a..eead da** matter Moodys Pharmacy Used FoiHltare-Upholster

Feb. 8-9-10 Cant Tournament relmulr7 S.IP1E.at tla .......

Tues. Feb. ,13 Hastings .A and B Boys There 7:00 at BaaaeH FterUa, _4er. .act *t, Flatfer County Corner Drug store WELLBORN

.Fri Feb. 16 Callahan, -A and'B Boys There 7:00 Mara 8. 18ft.' PBESCSIPTIOISDRUGSSUNDitIffi Furniture &
Sat Feb. 17 Father Lopez A and B Boys ,Here 7:00

Tues. Feb..2Q Fla. MIL School A'and B Boys : Here 7:00 ODe' Tsar: ----L64 FOUNTAIN SERVICE New Be4dtDK'-K&ttrua TOEB' FUKmiBM: .

Sat. Feb. 24 Hawthorne Boys and Girls Here 7:00 adz, mout-1t- 'LH ,Vvrmlt1M4 17p..terIaTn.Renovating..

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Beef Cattle Areas 1 I ..
Florida beef cattle has been I I
steadily Increasing in numbers

-. and quality during the past 1 '
three decades aid the state is I 5, -
',one. of the fastest growing beef. Florida Jumbo Heads'S "

J cattle areas in the nation. .1 \\ :. -. LETTUCE each* 100Michigan

v Dr.: T. J.. Cunha, head of the ;.

.animal science department for] .' . .
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.. Stations, says all indications J _t _' :.. I ,DELICOUS APPLES T ::-: .' .\ 2 Ibs. 29c

point to a continued increase '.. ., .i .
\ in both J quantity and a ,.': : Fancy U.S. No. 1
f \' quality of beef cattle in Florida. . '. \ 4 I ) \, r . YELLOW. SQUASH }' .. ,-- 2lbs.' /'29c

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r 4 'r:4 \ Southern Family Size .'
l: the many millions of I ; : : : .
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acres BREAD
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\f beef production. The state has 11 o ; t q : ; loaves

8 to 10 million more acres which 1 .
I r can go into improved pastures
' for cattle production. Florida
'I now has about 2.25 million acres I, Wilson's Certified. Tenderized Cured Whole or Shank Half .
of improved pastures. :,'. .
Also, Ftatda..t, \\\. tlvej"beginning )
t' stages of developing j''
top quality cattle production

While the value e of Florida t Ib

cattle ,bas quadrupled during ,
,the past', 30 years, Dr. Cunha I
says the average Florida animalis
still only worth about three- I I
fourths of the national average.;

I Center Cut Wilson ,Certified Shoulder Frozen Foods
According to the animal
Florida can greatly In. HAM SLICES lb.79c' LAMB ROAST tbIb 39c Mr. G Brand
increase beef cattle productionby I
I using better quality cattle All Meat Certified Shoulder FRENCHLibbys FRIESp.. 1OcBOLOGNA

and better feeding, breeding and & L 2 1bs98c LAMB CHOPS 49'' ,6 oz. can
management, as well, as para SPICED HAM
Worlds BestHAMBURGER LEMONADE ea.. lOc ,
site and disease control proc- Tender Select

ti es. 3 Swanson's
BEEF LIVER 45' lbs$139
tb T. V. ,DINNERS 59c
At present, Florida is produc
ing only about 20 percent of ./ -
.the beef which it consumes: Food King 12 oz. bot. Del Monte 303 can" Showboat 300 can

which grades commercial, stand. CATSUP 5 =for 89c FRUIT COCKTAIL 4 foil PORK & BEANS 10jSSSfMWHlMK

ard, good, choice and prime. ea.
other 80 has to be Maxwell HouseCOFFEE . ., m
I percent I '
r shipped in from other areas. 50 FREE 25-- FREE 50 FREE

J is not without problems Increasing 47 with purchase of with the purchase of I with $5.00 or more 1
land values in the state I 1 lb. can e I VIVFLOOR Heinz 20 oz. food order \
are causing some problems for
I, cattlemen. FOOD KING 1 tb can 35c i POLISH CATSUP and this coupon
"' I ,and this coupon I I & this coupon at Shelton's Grocery
Dr. Cunha out that the
points I
Limit one with $5.00 or Coupon void 1-13-62 Coupon void 1-13-62 Coupon void, 1-13-62
present trend in land values and more food order I I ..
taxation rates indicates cattlemen -}
I in some areas of the state \
will not be able to raise cattle I r .1.
Ni i iiecktheseVAIiItS
and still make a profit. =
This means those who raise t ,
't. cattle need to produce better J
quality animals, as well as pro : ; ,
duce more beef per acre, to stayin .,Ni ; Miniature French Fries

business. Better_ and more ef- .
ficient production practices will -z12 can
become more important.But ti Liquid -
overall, the long range f r
8 oz.'Can LiquidMETRECAL : ;
outlook for the beercattle industry I .
; is good, according to the JOY ; ; .1 59
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specialist. .
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areas which should increase the ,Food King '. j19 , ....
most in beef production in the ;. '
future, since many millions of j 12 oz ;: %r .O.LEO 1"Ili. quartets '2 :lba. 29size c

acres are, available for improved _

herds.pastures,and expansion of beef :, '. . ......" .f, Pillsburys _
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already begun, since the South- '\

east' has expanded beef cattle :ti' ,:; .:...,,"._...i-.:..".....'-i!.,:!:. ... Food KingTUNA r
production at double the national \

rate during the last 10 years. FISH :' 19 .
Limit one with $5.00 or-more. food order l/2 can each
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The world's longest suspensionspan I . '. !! 'iI
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will be In the Brooklyn. I Armour's ShorteningVEGETOLE' '- ... : Appian WayPIZZA The Original. :< ;.. ;.,.,>: :<
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Staten Island Bridge. The 4260 I
foot span will have more than I MIX 39
146,000 miles of galvanized wire 3 lb. can 4ge' .< ..pkg', .- t

spun- into four 3.foot'diameter I I Limit one with $5.00 or more food order ..
suspension cables -. 'I"

FREE \ \ \ \\\\ """ Quantity! Rights ,

I .CommunityMemorial : Reserved
5 lbs Henderson b t ..
1 lat'ei-deaoml..U..1 SUGAR t Prices Good.

.... AIR CONDITIONEDDaytona Jan. 1112.13, 1962
Aye f with .the purchase... of

\ .,Sunday :School 10:00 A.M.. .
", POLISH Giant Size, 4R' Week Sa.ra.-&:45p.m
Church Service 11:00 A.M.R.
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FLAGLER BEACH P-T. A. Mr. and Mrs. Owen Kirk- r
II i .', MET TUESDAY NIGHT Patrick made a trip to Cochran, ,-?-.','-
Ga., last week to visit with
I ." The business meeting of the thel ,parents. They .were ac- ) ... ,
I Flagler Beach Parent-Teacher companied home by their niece, :. ,
\ .. .Association was 'held'on Tues I Miss Barbara Skipper and her ,
. day evening at the school Cafe. I
I friend, Miss ,Nita Sapp, who
. t. torium with Mrs. .Robert Owens i week here.
I If. spent a "
r. presiding.The i I t I Flagler Food Store

reports were given and it I
I Mr. and Mrs. Robert Danner
r was announced that the Flagler I and daughter have returned to

I. Beach School is leading In' their I their home here after spending Flagler Beach -
group'of the Liberty Bell Award several months in Halifax, Penn
being carried on by'the Daytona sylvania. PRICES GOOD THURS. FRI. SAT. Jan. 11 .12'- .13, 1962

t Beach News Journal, having the .. \
highest percentage of children ,
participating 1 n the' Saving Mr. and Mrs. Charles B. Sug- I
Stamp campaign. den stopped over to visit with Grade "A" D & D Whole Center Cut Western

Mr. and Mrs., J. L. Presswood on PORK
It was also announced that Miami to Alabama
their trip from '
the County.Dental Clinic wouldbe for, the holiday season. FRYERS >lb. 33Copeland's
open to school children on I CHOPS lb. 69
Tuesday and Wednesday and it,
would be run by Dr. Frank I Mr. and Mrs. Carl Jones and I

Young. sons, David and Bobby, from Tender Baby
Orlando spent Monday here SMOKED
They voted to buy film strips with mother, Mrs. Amelia Gilbert ,

and records on foreign countriesto PICNICS lb. 39* *
be used in all the rooms. LIVER lb. 49

t .
l Raymond Smith, County Civil
, Mrs. Sam Dickinson and Mrs.
Defense Chairman, conducted an Charlotte Durofchalk have returned ,
Palm River i Our Own Home Made
program Civil De-
interesting on. after spending three I
fense. Refreshments were served weeks in Binghampton, N, Y.I i PURE PORK '
by the third grade room mothers.. They were accompanied back SLICEDIbBACON '

Mrs. Lillian Ballard and Mrs. 49 SAUSAGE
Mr. and Mrs. O. A. Bradley Clara Smith who will spend,this. '

made a trip to Ocala Tuesdayand month here.G1MMBR". I. ---. -
spent the day there on
business. Maxwell House I Bake Rite

Mrs. Mabel Ward has been & "I I
spending some time in Clearwater Shorteningcan ,
with her son and daughrter :

in law, Mr. and Mrs. Howard ,- I
The&tdi "
Ward.J ., ,, lb. .j
From A. J. Swanson, Duluth, .. 39 3 490
Dewey, Sam and Alonzo Davis Minn.: I remember, at the turn .
I from Taylorsville, N. C, spent of the century,unforgettable char- can. ,
several days here last week at I acters such as the old German by
the ,Davis place. the name of Penner who sold pica: Limit one with $5.00 or more food order C Limit one with $5.00 or more food order I
ture postcards for parlor stereoscopes __
, Visiting. with Mrs. Luta Guil- I (3rd dimension) and in Giant Size 2Vz can
letti was her friend, Mrs. Enne scribed them on the back with his. $OUP & CRACKERS SouthernTIDE :

Keiffer, from Brooklyn, N.Y. tor beautiful penmanship..Healwaysmanaged '
to at suppertimeand
several weeks. I I Campbells '
get a free handout. His gray
mustache and beard and celluloid TOMATO : Peaches
William Tinsley from Flora- wing. collar I'll never forget.
home spent the weekend here. I Then there was Sather, the old soUP lOe
He will be remembered as hav- grocerman, who went from houseto can
ing lived here with his parents house taking grocery ,orders 5 9 Bremnera 00
,. for there were no telephones in 5 $1
several years ago. lb. for
those days. And the onehorsesleighs
'tl'............ ......rl'..,r........ .Vrl'.... with which they made I Limit one with $5.00 or SALTINES box 1ge Limit 5 with order
deliveries in the wintertime, and more food order ,
O. F. ALFORD ___ _
how we kids used to try-to sneaka
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Registered ride by hooking our sleds on I y
Real Estate Broker I the back bracket. 303 can Musslemans Lykes
And Trondahl the butcher, and
BunnelL Florida Lycin the grocer, who sold every- APPLESauce Chili & Beans 19*
thing from baking powder to wom-
en's corsets. When eggs were lOc 2 29* .
a dozen and bread'five cents a f lor
TV SERVICE' loaf. And the fish man who came ... No. 303 can
every Friday, and the time he .
stood in the kitchen and one of GREEN GIANT
ALL MAKES the cats jumped in his fish basket. 14 oz. SnidersCatsup
Agent For He fell to the floor and fish scat- Peas
all the place. 5irl00
tered over 29
RCA & PHILCO And the scavengers who came 2 for
at night . through the alleys I
TUBES ANTENNAS, SOLD after midnight with an old nag Holsums
AND INSTALLED pulling their "honey ,wagons" be-
hind them. Heat came from a Food KingOleo SOFTEE
TUBES TESTED FREE nickel plated coal stove, usuallyin
the dining room, and coal was Irs ; Bread 2 31 *
filled in from the top. On a cold 2 ; 29 f for
TV BobFLAGLER winter night, its glow would light f er
up the room as it'shone throughthe
windows of isinglass. No. 300 can Bush
BEACH (seal e.atrID.U.aa t. thIII'.e'a._ 303 can StokelysSMALL *
PHONE HE 9-2204 t* Th OI4 Timer. Ce.aatt7.. PressService. Kidney Beans 10 ,
.aes S9.Fr nW rt.KenUekj.) WHOLEPotatoes car

\ No. 300 can Bush '
2 29

WINDMILL GRILL fir, Pork &, Beans III 10*

Open 6 A.M.-10 P. M. .' ,. FROZEN FOODS PRODUCE -
9 0%. Birds Eye Cut .. Red Delicious


SATURDAY, Country Fried Steak :!"-::' .' $1.00 pkg *. **' t
-' 10 oz. Winter Garden U.s. No. 1 S .1
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\ SUNDAY. Chicken & Dumplings . .' $1.25 Straw ERRIEB pkc :POTATOES W10 :: 29cCaaadiae i

2 ,Fresh Vegetable, Salad and Rolls Winter Garden -. S
Served with Each of These -, ,
Short, Orders- Sandwiches, ,, A la Carte Heals 'pkC Ii.. j js.

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, ;, MRS. MURRAY FETED I Mr. and Mrs. T. E. Holden I Mr, and Mrs. Ross Bass and

1 WITH STORK SHOWER I returned Wednesday from aj I children were visiting in MelE -- '

1; THURSDAY EVENINGMrs. Holiday visit in Elizabethtonl I rose during the past weekend

Tenn., ,with Mr.: and Mrs. Julian t j
Janice Murray was honor I!
Caudill and family.
'It guest at a surprise! stork shower I II j Mrs. Watkins, Mrs. Daisy
LO CAL Walker and Mrs. Lucille Walker
I Thursday evening at the homeof 0 4 j
.- Mrs. ,Bette McDaniel, North Mrs. Walter Knight and Mrs. I were visiting in New S yma. _
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Pine Street. Tommy Durrance were visitors Beach Monday.
o' 1

THE COUNTRY CLUB .I Joseph Kiley left Monday by I The refreshment table was in St Augustine Tuesday. \ I '
: Mrs. H. E. Crews and two chair
I MEETS MONDAY WITH ,; plane to return to his ,home in with damask
overlaid' a pink .
has her dren two weeks:
I, II Mrs. C. R. Creal as are spending "
MRS. MADGE'JOHNSTON. : Quebec City. Canada. He and cloth. Pink carnations, glads
I house guest Mrs.. Walter Crady I I in Belleglade visiting wlth- Mr.Crews' ':
. I Mrs., Kiley and their son Jimmy,, and baby breath arranged in a .
Mrs. Madge Johnston was host ., of Louisville, Kentucky. mother.
Christmas Holi
have the
spent blue cradle formed the center-
I ess to the Country Club members -I I days here with her parents, Mr. piece and this was flanked by .
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.. / Monday evening at her' and Mrs. Louis Trad. Mrs. Kiley pink tapers in blue holders..
home in Bimini. and her 'son will remain for !
I' Mrs. McDapiel presented the
l This the first meeting of
was some time before returning honoree with a pink. carnation '
the club for the new Dur- NOTICEBunnell
,!. ' '. ing the business meeting the !I!home. .j corsage.- : :; : .\
I I' Invited guests were Mrs.
new president, Mrs. Gertrude j .. ..
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Ramsey, presided. Other officers |I I Mr. and. Mrs. Louis E. Hart Myrna Knight, Mrs. Wynell .' .
t. are: Mrs. Margie Kinney, vice I!!are spending several days this_ I.Improto, Mrs. Virginia Moody, _: r:' '-y:. ', ..'.
president; Mrs. ,Pat Cowart, secretary 'I week in Atlanta, Ga., on a business Mrs. Daisy Moody, Mrs. Wilda '.
Hargett, Mrs. Virginia Kiwala, ,
r ; Mrs. Phyllis, Bertha, |I trip. I
treasurer; Mrs Marline Bertha, I Mrs. Peggy King, Mrs. Kathryn .
( I Perryman, Mrs., Carol Jean At- .
reporter. Store's. '
kinson Mrs. Jane Cole Mrs. Dept.
Plans were begun for the annual |
Cabbage Ball which will Emma Murray, Mis. Gwen Mc- .

be held in the, spring. 'I I Niki Griff, and Mrs. Margaret ..Ann \ .

Those present included Mrs. Shelton. il ilI

Freda Deen ,and Tier mother, ItfM'lINI I
x Mr. and Mrs. Belson of
:Mrs. Rosely. Cameron, Mrs. Mary i BYI Harry

Tucker, Mrs. Rose Dozier, Mrs. HELEN HALE Chicago are spending a vacationat % DISCOUNT
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Pat Cowart, Mrs. Gertrude Ram. I their cottage. on, East Moody I .

11 sey, Mrs.. Marline Bertha, Mrs. Boulevard.Mr.
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Phyllis Bertha, ,Mrs. Elissa Til- with a Future I '
ton, Mrs.. Margie Kinney, and For busy days ahead,what could I and Mrs. Jimmy Alexon
the hostess. be more festive than a two piece spent several days last 'week in
i red wool jersey suit with a tapestry -' I Miami and Nassau. Their three Ends Saturday Night Jan. 13Everything ; .

blouse? It can go any place children remained here with Dr. ,
MRS. KING ,HOSTESSTO I for the afternoon and is perfect and Mrs. John Canakaris and I
JDLEWOOD CLUB for informal dining out. i t
,. i their grandfather, Michael Ca-
-- --. .Fluid. .crepe. in. a ..blouse... and nakaris. I!
Mrs. Peggy King was nostess pleated skirt combination will looklike I
in the
I store
1. at the Idlewood Club meeting a one-piece dress. A brief vel exceptLevis : .

Tuesday evening at her home, I vet jacket makes an elegant top Mrs. Walter Johns is a patientin
Ridgewood'Avenue. Mrs. Virginia ping for evenings. the U. of F. Teaching Hospital 20% off. 1 1I

Kiwala, president, presided at Sheer wool crepe is popular fora in Gainesville for, medical, treat- j .1
sheath dress with a minimumof ment. Mr. Johns visited with, .1

I the The business Club discussed session.the repairs trimming.! Even though you her there .Sunday. .I ..... .....--........ .oc.oc"'" "'" "'" "'" "'" :;.. "'" "'" "'" .oc.oc.oc.oc........... & - & !
choose a color, the,style is basic' I F
and purchasing new equipmentfor and can be changed with costume

the Idlehours Playground. ,jewelry. : *-> : ' .:

. They also decided to meet at : .: ; : ,;. ; ; ;. : ; ,.. ,/,
the home of Bette McDaniel Helen's Favorite: ... '-!,,' '''" . .' : ,,. .. . ..
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Saturday evenlngijat seven br- Skillet Apple Ham i .. : .. ::. '-" : 1-= ... I. .. "
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clock and the Sportsman'I (Serves 6) '
go to : : .
Inn at Astor for dinner. 2 2H pound slice of ham ::: ,: i. ;:; J" ; { I: >
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J Mrs. King' served a sweet 2 2 tablespoons sliced onion shortening \ .. ... t. . .. ...... .. ... .r,..r",: :: ,; ,
cups ;. ,
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course to ten members who were 1 : .; ; ?!-- ; ,
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2 cups canned apple sauce .. -f ,1.
) present. The next meeting will V cup molasses ,-' I ,'; ..I'J, 1 :1 { be at'the' home of Mrs. I It ,. '
Virginia 2 tablespoons prepared ;/ ';;;l .,.; .:: f' 1 < '<,
Kiwala, North Pine Street. mustard .J .. 1-- : ;' "Q : ; :7' '
: 14' \ :
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I H teaspoon 'ground' cloves .
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:Mrs. Jessie Muzyka has returned Trim excess fat from ham J '-.. }. +, ..... '. .... ... .1.- ....
to her home after receiving slice. Saute in fat in skillet, '" .i.f'.-, ..rt. . .*'J; ," ..t.t. ..,.1.
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I medical treatment turning to brown on all sides. <. :*. ,. <"$ ;t. i oJ \
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Remove ham, add onions and : : CfJ .'';',4\ ; ... l
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Flagler Clinic and Hospital for : ; .,
I;. saute, to golden brown. Combine -'' "It' 'fT.;' ,. .,.,:- ,!; :
several days. remaining ingredients and add "J.t'.i'.i: :; f .r ;-, '. .
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to onion, mixing well. Add ham \z: .
t 1 1 Mrs. Louis Trad returned to' slice, cover and simmer for 50

: her home here Sunday from minutes or until tender. : :; ; .5 : ,; '

'I'f' Gadsden Alabama where she ; : : %ii ;

was called by the death of her A two-piece velveteen' dress is "

brother, Peter Jabaly. wonderful when you want to go ; _ i9f ; $ .

out afternoon or%evening. Choose _..-' i"."., . .'

3 t, morning A. M McDaniel for a short left visit Tuesday In Atlanta phire jewel For tones or,hair ever in styles emerald popular with,black.hair ruby,up sap-in ; :} .i;:.: ';iL.; >; ."" -' : ,

I/. Ga., with his brother, .whois front choose a pillbox which will .; .... f"KL .it . __ .. ,:
ill there. He was accompanied sit back on top of the head. It won't i ,,- f \ '- .. "
i by his grandson, Butch MeDainel. 0 muss the hair-do. ''J//y>:;rFo-- '<, ,.,, "

Suit tops and blouses are clev- I ;: :. ;
erly.done these days with a man- .:. .
darin collar as well as with a o. ;: ... -... 4 ,
Mrs. W. C. Sullivan and Mrs.J. t -* 0
detachable scarf that ties casually ,\< .. .1
B High were visiting in Day- In this way you get two looks for J : _
tona Beach Thursday: 'I the price of one. .. Ih\* \*i { .'', .. !" _
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Announcingthe j: .= .
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S RE-OPENING of f" Shop for pleasant reminders of your Florida vacation. And .. :! ,;: >

J share the fun with friends back home. Select gifts and souvenirs :.,. ;, '; .

!:k with the Florida, flair. You can choose from more than :. "

-. Jones Sinclair Service Station I S 7,500 different Florida products that are made, grown and f

I processed right here in the Sunshine State. S :r* .

o. Another made-in-FIorida product is "Sunshine Service"-for ;: i

Mr. Juts wiild like to exteid aiiiviUini : : happier Florida living...electrically! "" ' .';: .

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State Chamber I([New Microscopes I that called stuck.them "cells"-a name had three achieved years the better new results instrument than, I I I whose The field possibilities emission microscope have only -

Reveal World's Optical microscopes were developed the optical microscope. Today, I begun to be realized, was in. ,'
Cites Need For I rapidly. By the late 19th it is a reliable laboratory 'instrument vented by Edwin W. :Mueller a '1

Hidden WondersNew :; century, however, scientists I manufactured in half a I German physicist now; at Pennsylvania -

"Greater 'Push"A : realized that the wave lengthof I dozen, countries at a cost running ' I I State College. The in-

microscopes have the light set an absolute limit I from $10,000 to $50,000.. A strument is so powerful it can

successful 1962. for Florida power to show man the tinest to' the smallness of objects they layman ,can operate one with observe the evaporation of me-

viruses that afflict him, the could hope to see. only a few hours of instruction. .tallic atoms from a surface. :
\ can achieved only by a greater !( ,
genes that govern his heredity, Human ingenuity eventually
,push and added steam to
meet the, state's pressing needs, and even the atoms, making up' I I found a way around"the ob IX TilE CIRCUIT COURT OF I I IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF ,
the world around him. stacle. In 1924 Louis de Broglieof FLAGLER COUNTY, FLORIDAIN FLAGLER COUNTY FLORIDA ,
'officials of the Florida State CHANCERY NO. 44O1 IN CHANCERY NO. 4400 j
: France theorized that, elec. ANN WILHITE. I I PAULA M. I
Chamber of TABLERPlaintiff
Commerce states. The latest electron miscro- Plaintiff
trons have a wave length of ,.*. vs. t
bits of
"Each week that passes there scopes can distinguish only 1/100,000 that of light. Scientists LONNIE M. \VILHITE RAYMOND. CHARLES TABLER. I
matter 1/50,000,000 of an inch in Defendant. Defendant I
are 4,300 more Floridians. About began speculating thata NOTICE TO DEFEND NOTICE TO DEFEND I
one-third (or 1,330) of these are grahic Society The 'field magnetic field could forcus LONNIE' M. WJLHITE. RAYMOND CHARLES TABLER
the result of natural increase electron waves just as lenses c/o Blue Bird Cafe Sloane House YMCA I
emission microscope, a highly Mount Airy. North Carolina New York City. N. Y.
that is, births in excess of focus light waves. You are hereby:) notified that a You are hereby notified that a
electronic device, can see objects suit has been filed against you in suit has been filed against you in
,deaths. The balance, 2,970, are half again as small, there- In 1932 electron microscopeswere the above entitled cause; and you the above entitled cause; and you J
newly arrived permanent residents built by L. Marton in are hereby required to file your an- are hereby required to file your answer ,
by pinpointing individual atoms. swer with the Clerk of this Court, with the Clerk of this Court
from other states. These Belgium and by E. Brueche and and to serve a copy thereof upon and to serve a copy thereof upon I
the plaintiff or plaintiffs attorney, the plaintiff or plaintiffs attorney
figures are net of those so un But scientists are still unsatis H. Johanss9n in Germany. InWHY whose name and address is: whose name land address is:
fortunate ,to have to move fied. They want to see smaller Lawrence W. Borns Anthony J. Grezik ,
416 423
Seabreeze Blvd. Broadway
from the state. things, like the atomic nucleus, Daytona Beach Florida Daytona Beach. Florida
which is only 1/100,000 the size I I not 1962.later than February 15th. A. D. not 1962.later than February. 8th. A. D.

"This rate of expansion, thoughnot of the atom itself. No miscrp- = I If you fall to do so. decree pro If, you fail to do so, decree pro
so great as three C he tor confesso will be entered against confesso will be entered againstyou
years ago scope yet Invented can do that. A 5 you for the relief demanded in the for the relief demanded in the
is nonetheless equivalent to adding Hideous Monsters Revealed EMI I bill of complaint. The nature of bill of complaint. The nature of
said suit being for divorce. said suit being for divorce.
another, city a little larger s I Witness my hand and seal of WITNESS my hand and seal of
than Jacksonville to the state'stotal The microscopes reveal a said Court this 9th day of JanuaryOfficial said Court this 8th day of January
A. D. 1962. A. D. 1962.Oltlcial .
population each year, phantasmagoria' of both beauty I ( Seal) ( Seal)
and beast. The crystalline structure TRY A
| Clerk of said Circuit CourtI Clerk of said Circuit Court
"Highlighting the goals for of zinc sulphide, magnified NEwS aPERyou'RE I By Julia R. Harvey By Julia R. Harvey
. : the, year is a demand for an I Deputy Clerk. I I Deputy Clerk /
4,500 times, suggests a modern- Jan.
.11-18-25. & Feb.. 1-4tc Jan. 11-18-25 & Feb. 1-Uc
expansion 'of employment. A I /
istic city. A mouse hair, en-
minimum of some 40,000 more larged 4,200 times, resembles a /
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jobs will be needed to take care tree trunk. Crystals of magnesium 24 Hour \

of the breadwinners among the oxide, magnified, 70,000, I Wrecker Service

new Floridians, and still other times, appear as precious gems.
I' jobs for young Floridians enter- RIGHT, I

ing the 'working force for the Terrifying. Bacteria-destroying battles are observed. viruses'- LOOSE THE NEWSPAi7iR 6UEEP, USE Flagler Truck & TradorCo.

first .time. Non-farm employ assault their tiny prey. The viruses ASSEY-FERGUSON
ment while appreciably improved i Grove Farm Industrial
jab their needle like tails Equipment
fpresent,. is not I
yet expand-
into a bacterium and squirt nucleic
ing fast enough to meet these Bunnell,. Florida Phones, : Day ID 7-3242
demands. "- acids inside. The acids I Night ID 7-3529
combine to form new viruses in
"Standing high on the list is the host. AND rrECONOMICAL I Owner Parts & Shop Manager

the necessity for expansion of Such, dramas ,have more than ;1 .

the .public .physical. plant: highways passing interest for medical

sewer and water systems; men. For years they battled the

public schools and colleges, especially polio virus without knowing

in technical fiends. what their enemy looked like. I ______ '._ .. J

The electron microscope finally

"Significant strides toward provided a portrait of the ,Lilliputian I .
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meeting gIh1.1t '" "in* Pi
anticipated needs for
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killer. It is
a sphere only I >; ) 11JI.jp
investment and ,
working capital,
1/125,000 of an inch in diameter.smaller
both public and private, have -:
than a human gene.
recently been initiated by banks Field emission miscroscopes j jfor
I. and other OUTDOORS
financial institutions :
aid greatly in studying the bas H
and the
by newly formed Flor ic structure of metals., Such

ida Industrial Development. Corporation. studies should '
permit develop- : extra nighttime living pleasure
ment of metals that can with- .' ,

"The pushing of Florida products stand the unusual stresses of

fruits, vegetables and man space travel. Among imperfec-! I
ufactured tions now under investigation i .
goods, will be a i.;
mounting task in are minute dislocations of atoms
1962, not onlyto I
and abnormal, infinitesimal
sell larger state production -
but "hol s" in the metal structure.
to meet competitionfrom II ,
other Traced to Nineveh. Pompeii :,
areas as well. This ,
holds true of tourism and the,r The history of microscopesgoes 1 'k ,t f
I back to the simple magnifying t t lrii:
growing convention business j
glasses found in the ruinsof I ..
'Too often. overlooked is the I Nineveh, Pompeii, and other :

continuing demand for conser- ancient cities. But the com- I
vation of natural resourc 's. The
pound microscope was not invented
:factors of natural beauty which ;
until 1590 when a Dutch
:make Florida _,
unique and \desirable man, Zacharias Janssen, made I wi
must be guarded with .w? r s6I
one by accident. A century later ,
J greater care and replenishedwith Anton Van Leeuwenhoek, I

more diligence than ever also a Dutchman, startled the : ,
Outstandingly planning !scientific world with reports that i
for the wise .use and storage of little animals could be seen in I

-water supplies for industry and I a drop of rain water. About the I

J for Florida living and recreationwill '
same time, Robert Hooke of

demand more attention England found that living tissue -;

during the coming year," the is made 'up of "little boxes I i 'c c**, (
trade* body concluded. filled with air or water." He :

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IMSVRE-Stay Insured & Rest Assured .. trees "bloom" at night. Your house new evening glamor to your favorite

and garden take on a dramatic excite beauty spots..And an electric post-lite '-'$". '"
ing appearance.Outdoor electric lightat your driveway or door entrance will :.4"
GET THE' BEST PROTECTION FROM ing lifts your home out of the ordinary beam a friendly welcome to guests and '

and lets you enjoy a whole new range discourage intruders.
I of after-dark activities.You'll actually You can select from many types ..

H. T. COOK AGENCY i I i a make your patio or yard into another of. smart,new, inexpensive outdoor
room.Cookouts and outdoor entertainlighting fixtures at your electrical con-
Citizens Bank Bldg. Bunnell, Florida ing at night become real fun. Outdoor tractor's or favorite store handling
I .. lighting provides an emotional impact lighting equipment.


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.O abundant lighting for com ::;/::: "f1 It tsSLt bow to light everything, :
H. CRAIG. Funeral Director = lorloonceeiena.6ea ... 1M UETfl' from shrubbery to barbecue,
I .. iSMs and outtide. from palm trees to garage walk. -
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morning or near dusk. Unlike j I. Bahiagrass and Pangolagrass
.1 q ut q. moles, which push the soil 1 _were first released for pastures s

aside, salamanders excavate the ..,...., .. I lin Florida in 1943, after testingan
(By Hervey Sharpe I
soil to the surface. into piles. r dexperimentation.NOTICE .
A slush-stalned car came to I
Salamanders are vegetarians.Most -
an inquisitive halt near: where I OF* STOCKHOLDERS.
of their damage comes I MEETING
I was, clearing away salamander I Notice Is that the
from gnawing on roots, bulbs hereby given
mounds earlier this week. A annual meeting the Stockholders
and tubers. Out in the woods t of the Citizens Bank of Bunnell
.- will be held at the office of the
I "What are those piles of the marauder isn't a problem, Bank in Bunnell. Florida on Wed

sand?" demanded a. yankee but when he digs into a garden SECOND. . I O'clock nesday. January P.M. for 10.the 1962 election at 3:00 ofa
voice. I or a lawn, you'd better stop Board of Directors to serve for
CHANCE I the ensuing year and for the transaction -
him before he cuts the life out of such other business aa
"Salamander hills, I returned /
of a prized plantAs may properly come before the
without looking I meeting.HOWELL.
up."Can't V. PEAVT. Cashier.
I- the tourist folded them- Jan. 4-11-2tc

be," said a doubtful selves back into their auto, I tIN THE CIRCUIT COURT IN AND
voice, "because salamanders are overheard..."A salamnder is a FOR FLAGLER COUNTY FLOR-
f lizards in our spring house." lizard back home.. ." Citizens IDA. NO.Bank 8S4 of Bunnell ,

"You mean a gopher?" another Call the animal what'you may, I 1 - Plaintiffvs

voice questioned. but you'll never mistake the How often in life would we sometimes get a "second Eva Burnsed R. Burnsed Wiser and now Reece Eva M.R.

"Nope, a gopher is .a burrow- identity of the culprit if you I give almost, anything for a chance" at the money you Burnsed Defendants.
; Ing turtle and lives in a hole discover him pushing up a "second chance"? spend. Sometimes,' but not NOTICE OF SHERIFF'S SALE

like that one yonder," ,I corrected ;. mound of earth in the middle I Sometimes we get that always. Homer Notice W.is Brooks.hereby Sheriff given of that Flagler ,1.-
of lawn.Entomologist. Spend that money out for County. Florida under and by
and pointed toward a near your chance. Miss a plane, a bus, ? virtue of a Writ of Execution
and doubt about it
by gopher tunnel. A. N. Tissot with an appointment, and one town no heretofore issued out of the above
I jt's forever. Spend at entitled court in the, above styled
We stared. We spoke the the Florida Agricultural Experi- is only temporarily inconven gone cause have levied upon the following -
miles Stations has studied the ienced. home, with local merchants, described property, to-wit:
but were ment
same language,
and dollar continues .to Lots 3 and 8 of Block 31 in
apart in understanding. Com, habits of these animals and I But,.in most things,"what'sdone circulate your, helping to keep Moody Flagler Subdivision Beach.of the Flagler Townof
munication lines were untangled i agrees with me that it is best IS done .an dh.is local the County. Floridaas
when I to the attack to the ma- economy on move. the property of the above named
our three-legged tabby- .carry no second time around.That's .
You get better service, Defendants and that on the 22nd
cat hobbled out of the wiregrass' rauder before he burrows under day of January. A. D. 1962. betweenthe
how it i is with the guaranteed satisfaction legal hours of sale namely
with a salamander dangling the surface of the garden or o'clock andtwo
money we spend for goods and a second chance at your eleven in the forenoon
from his jaws. During tHe Silence lawn in search of food. o'clock in the afternoon on
and services. Whether dollar when
you you trade at said day. at the north front door
I heard a murmur of pity. If you don't have a cat with,I realize it not home. of the Flagler County Courthousein
or you can Bunnell Flagler County. Flor
"Don't feel sorry for Tom," I an educated paw, then trappingis I ida. I will offer for sale and sell
informed the sun seekers and the best approach. The first I. r to the highest bidder for cash in
hand, the above described propertyas
then added: problem is to find the animal's the property of said defendantsto
'Tom's got a good thing. with underground runway. The I -Trad'8 at Home or : satisfy HOMER said W. execution.BROOKS

that missing right paw. Beforehe mounds of soil indicate the gen sad community progress Sheriff FloridaH. of Flagler County

lost a battle, with a steel eral course of the tunnel but are I T. Cook Esq.
he averaged sala- soldom above the main Bunnell. Florida
trap, only a directly Attorney for Plaintiff
mander a week. Now as a,south tunnel. Try 'digging ,a trench 'Dec 21-28. 1961 & Jan 4-11. 1962-4tc I

paw he brings in one almost between two fresh mounds and I- .. .... ,

every day." at right angles to the probable ):

"You see, Tom makes his course. With luck you'll dig in- r- :

catch by slapping the varmintout to the 'tunnel.

of the ground when it comesto After the burrow has been .>,..<.,.;oW
z ;:
surface soil from opened set '' :
to push up two traps-one in ::,.. __ __
its burrow. With his foot miss. each side of the opening made ; '-

ing he is, off balance and is able by the trench. This will double

to swing harder and faster Now i your chance of catching the ani
the salamander doesn't have mal. For ease in recovering the !

r time to scat back to safety." traps, anchor them securely to 4y

The animal that Tom showed a. length of wire. i

:. the tourist was about 7 inches For detailed Information on -
long with light brown hair resembling habits and control of salamand 'I

... fur. It had muscled ers, ask your county agent for
front legs, small eyes, an abbreviated Experiment Station Circular S-

set of ears and p. set 87, Control of the Pocket Gopher

_' of chisel like front teeth. I or Salamander.For < ; I II
The animal had cheek pockets.
: They were folds of, loose skin fifty years after the Pilgrims R? I4

lined with fine short hair, entirely landed at Plymouth, the '
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outside of the mouth and Wampanoag Indians and their ; b > *

\ used to carry nesting, material allies honored a peace treaty I ,..

I: and food. with the white men. When I

[ Florida salamanders work below friendly Chief Massasoit died, I : ,yL
.f I the ground and are seldom however, his son Philip launched I l.I v.

i; seen. They do most of their the brutal King Philip's War I.v.;:....

i' digging at night, early in the in 1675. I v
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Here comes a man who is always on call
And. all Sinclair deliveries.

i. to help you get the most from your telephone service,

t Please Call the Southern Bell pays his salary . but his job is to help you. < .,

,.... He is a Communications Consultant, a highly trained specialist :" .
in the communications needs of companies sucji as '

Sinclair Service Station I .- yours. Let him help you- ;

'! I . S . plan efficient service for all your communications

; For All Deliveries 1 I requirements '

. get the best poseible use out of your present
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(' : His service could mean lower operating costs and higher

I ., profits for'your company. To put him to work at no cost or

> :t i would like to take this opportunity , r - obligation to you, call the telephone business office, and ask,
for Communications Consultant.

I k to thank all of you for the, fine patronage. your "
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f. PAGE EIGHT THE FLAGLER TRIBUNE.. BUNNELL. FLORIDA '. Thiirafav.. Jan___ .11.._, 1962. j,
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P Gardening In Florida through much of" December prevented sandy_ remora it to.a depth of Veterans Failure to time he notifies the VA, Mr. Wilson
f [
I roses' from becoming 15 inches and replace with com I explained.For .

F'(' : ( BY Hervey Sharpe) dormant. Therefore, commercial 1 postof rotted leaves, cow manure of Address some time now the post
, nurserymen were unable tog and rich hammock soil. j Notify office' has been able forward

/.:.. Hoses are red, but you will and market their planting, stocks,For best growth, be sure the replaced Check I Government checks if supplied
.,' feel blue if, the Change Delays
neighbors plant earlier. material is quite acid.I I II with a properly signed change-
\ roses before you do. Many sandy soils in south FlorIda '
You may purchase rose bushesin Failure of veterans to prompt'ly of-address: notice. Otherwise,
. This is because roses 'are pres. contain too much lime for I
address to the
changes office will
;. three forms. These are bare report post have to return ,
'. lige flowers. If you excel with best rose. production, University ,
the Veterans Administration and the check
roots, in containers or burlap to the U.S. Treasury
* these thorny beauties, :you can j of Florida rose special
" wrapped. The latter is called the post office again was the I' Disbursing Office for can-
lake your turn in displaying'I infant style because of the tri ists. trouble behind most of the inquiries cellation.

., .nosegays on the church organ. burlap and damp Choose on non-receipt of benefit
: angle bottom. an overcast day for
You still have time to
ample' checks the first week of I
'the For the procrastinator, con.tainergrown planting. First check the plant during:
:get project underway, be. the month.
' I roses can be planted carefully and cut back' the bushto "
; (cause the rose planting season
. I
has been delayed.Listen' later, but will cost a fancy four or five eyes. Trim !fall "It's hard tQ go back to the

" price. -, broken roots. phone after checking the records -'
for the first robin 'of
and tell veteran he forgot R
a ps
winter. This is a sure'sign that Varieties to plant can be a I Be sure the planting holes are addressor I
to his
I give us new
planting time is here. Weather problem. Old-fashioned favorites large enough to 'accommodate
' I that we received it too late
: 2s also a factor. have advantages over the new the roots without crowding. In :
I to the U.S. of
notify Treasury
The warm weather that lasted comers. These include such'roses the 'bottom of each hole drop I I' "
the change, Rufus H. Wilson j
as Louis Phillippe, Minnie Francis ;a handful of garden fertilizer
manager of the VA,'Regional Of-
Marie Van,, Houtee and Sa- and cover lightly with top soil.
I fice in St. Petersburg, said. Prompt Service
CLASSIFIEDADS fresno. Often' they thrive where Dip the roots of each plant in '

the modem hybrids succumb to a bucket of water just, before All this anxiety and inconvenience -. PLACE YOUR ORDER WITH US

the deep South's tropical tem planting.. Insert the new bushso could be avoided if the

1 : peratures, high humidity and 'that the root system will veteran would give the post office The Flagler Tribune

diseases. stand at the same level that it serving his old address a I
Phone IDlewood3282
Listings under thin heading are Except for the most dedicated stood in the nursery row. notice'' of change at the same
. BunnelL Florida
' :3 cent per word each insertion
.p 75 cent !. minimum charge. hobbyist, the modern hybrid With a slow stream of water \ ,
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:FOR SALE-Five acres and two roses, are the hardest to, grow. from a hose work the soil about <
I ;'i.i.-
t.' houses just outside city limits Plant roses for cut flowers in the roots, filling the ,hole to the FOR IIfURS-DAY OR NIGHT

': ml old Haw Creek Road. Contact. a separate cutting garden, because , ground level. Pack firmly and

i r Robert Moody at Moody's Floral they're far from handsome put a saucer of earth about the AMBULANCE

Service Phone ID 7-3240 or if pruned properly covered plant to hold water. PHONE VAlley 41625ST.
JD 73622. l-ll-2tp most of the time with pro When the rose bushes beginto J SERVICE

tective fungicides and stripped leaf out, keep 'an' eye out, for AUGUSTINE. FLORIDA ,
:FOR RENT -Unfurnished duplex of flower buds daily. diseases such as black spot,

-' '-apartment, 2 bedrooms, screened I Select a site in a sunny lo- brown canker, and powdery mil Never be hesitant about calling a Garcia Ambulance. We

-porch.; ID 73304. 1-11-ltc cation. In the event the bed is dew. Insect pests that may are always at your.service with promptness safety and

-4-r located near large plants pro- harm the bushes 'will ,include '
FOR SALE in Flagler Beach two experience.
tect the rose bushes from marauding aphids, thrips, pumpkin bugs,
bedroom house two lots
. on on
" LehIgh StreeT and facing canal roots with a, sheet of cottony-cushion' scale and- red, Equipped With Oxygen Resusitator and Inhalator
v metal buried mites.
roofing vertically spider
Bert HE 92021.
Lonngren, '
, Jan, ll2tpFOR along the side of the bed. Your county agricultural'agent Garcia Funeral Home
Prepare the planting site priorto will be your best source of information -
I I / P. E. GARCIA, Licensed Funeral Director
SALE-Modern Retirement securing the rose bushes. If 'on controlling these I "

Home and. Efficiency apartments 1 I the so.il is loose, light and insects and diseases. LADY ASSISTANT

' ,, on valuable corner lot 100 x 100. I I t \ .v.--.V....................-tJlf...v....."..,.....",..................rI'1'.....t6..w.. ......,jQ

" Central Ave, 1 block north of I -

. : Highway 11.. Phone. HE 92300. I
Jan: 11ltcWANTEDDressmaking .. '

;. Mrs. -Ethel and Cauley alterations. : .,I HERE; ARE 2 OF THE NEW ;
: '
.." .Apt., South Church Street.- J Jviray. .
.rrr wns.xrr. n.n.rCHEVROLET
a-8-ltp: :

-' FOR RENT-2 bedroom houseon ' JET-SMOOTH CHEVROLETS

waterfront lot in Venice? Park. ; .

.. Available February 5. Call
; HE 9-2343 for keys. 1-4-tf
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;;,'"' Available at once-Rawleigh .
L' 'business in Flagler Co. Good I
opportunity. .' .,. ,
r'r' I \ Experience ,helpful .- .. '.
, .= but not,necessary. See C. D. Gall r .

!'S: Rt. 2-Box 223: Palatka or write :'\. .. J '.

f: :at once. Rawleigh ,FAA-360.102, .. .. : .:>, "
:' Memphis, Tenn. 1-4-2tp' ' .

' SEPTIC TANK-cleaning reason ., I

able" rates George Jarosz, phone : :.. '" 2 ;:)
ID 73410. 11.2 to 426.tp .,
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FOB RENT OR SALE-3 bedroom ; '. :i" !
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house at north end of Pal- t -- 'l.r.
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anetto, Flagler Beach, on boat ;.
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canals, cool pleasant living, exceptional {: :


end exterior $90.00 per -
r I .i.4ht 1
month for September 1 occu ,' '
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pancy. Contact present renterSor ::
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Alexander Lumber Co., Daytona ,...... 'C' ;'
Beach, Florida. 7-20-TF "i> .. !

1 ".. I r js '.- .
t Ocean front housekeeping apart-

\S ments, 1 and 2 bedrooms compete ) N 'j'L'

' : with linens and all utilities. '

,.. Sun deck, fishing, swimming, '.;.r r

; loafing. Day, week or month. -

. Sun Sea Manor, Flagler Beach. ..

: HE 9-2082 7.6tf ". <
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TOR RENT-Unfurnished large -- ,.
\ 2-bedroom garage apartment .", ,

Call HE 9.2318, or see Zeke '

Chaffee. 11-17-tf Top one's our new Impala Sport Coupe Slip inside a Jet:smooth Chevrolet,, mfle-shrinker). That gentle cradling '

," FOR RENT furnished' bedroom :whose steel roof line is a dead ringer relax and just notice how good you motion you enjoy is Jet-smooth "

one bath house, Daytona, Ave., for the Impala Convertible's below. feel. Ready for action? Just flick ride at work.: And the rich interior

Flagler Beach. Completely, ren But after rich new styling, what? In the key and let'er purr (your choice and neat craftsmanship are Body'f.'

can ovated.be $65.00 picked per up month.at Sullivan's Keys .. glamor;' and go, comfort and craftsmanof two standard engines-a 135-hp by Fisher at work. Have ,your

..,.. Gulf Station. Nov 10-tl ship,here's all you'dVeasonably expect 6 or 170-hp V8-or optional-at- dealer give you the whole'story.' i

.. ; .:. of an expensive car.Except the,expense. extra-cost V8's way up to :409-hp That's Jhe work he loves best.
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;: BEACH REALTY CO. Chevrolet II and new'Corvair at your Chevrolet dealer's'One-Stop Shopping
new-Chevy Center
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