Title: Flagler Tribune
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Permanent Link: http://ufdc.ufl.edu/UF00079914/00627
 Material Information
Title: Flagler Tribune
Uniform Title: Flagler Tribune
Physical Description: Newspaper
Language: English
Publisher: s.n.
Place of Publication: Bunnell, Fla.
Publication Date: January 18, 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: VID00627
Source Institution: University of Florida
Holding Location: University of Florida
Rights Management: All rights reserved by the source institution and holding location.
Resource Identifier: oclc - 33426131
alephbibnum - 001024369

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Educational TV :i FLAGLER BEACH II I II A "United Witness For Christ" Has Membership

II Ruth and Glenn Miller are re- I worshop meeting will be held'at
I :> :; First Methodist Church of
,opening the AlA Restaurant and Jv

In County Schools I It [Motel ,in Flagler Beach today, :I! :c 'Daytona Beach at 7:30 tonight, !Meet Wednesday

II I i after being closed for the past.I I Rev. W. L. Spicer, Jr., announced I '

The Board of Public several weeks. Mrs. Miller said : this week. If The annual meeting of the
t they have completely renovated Those from the Bunnell Meth- I I f of the Com-
tlon of Flagler County Insuuc-I I membership Flagler
I Ii.
to put Educational TV both the restaurant and the mo- c odist Church planning to attendare 1 jmittee of 100, Inc., was sched

tel. : Mrs. Freda Deen, Mr. ,Ray uled for
Flagler county schools. I I last night at the commissioners I
Classes in conversational They stated in an advertisement I Mercer, :Mrs. Pearl Blakely, Mr. room at the court. !

Spanish is now available to j I in this issue.' of The Tribune Shelton Barber, Dr. Allen 'Reynolds house. 1 1I

ti students in grades 3, 4, 5, and I they will, be open from 11 .A4 I Mrs. Becky Clegg, Mrs. I The by-laws provide for the 1

6. Some high school studentsare A.M. to 9 P.M. each day.. Doris Tucker, Mrs. Mary Ketus annual membership meeting i,

i also taking the course. l Holland, and Mrs. Ria Johnston. and election of officers to be

Channel Six is giving instruction VA PensionersBeing held on the third Wednesday in

for grades 5 and 6. Channel i Tables and Chairs January. Quarterly meetings of

9 gives the instruction for grades I the membership shall be heldon

3 and 4. The 'classes are at 9 I Warned. the third Wednesday of April,

and 9:30 each school morning. 'j For Civic Center II July and October' of each year.

L It was learned. here today that I I Election of a board of direc-
A warning note was sounded
the Florida Central East Coast I' tors will be held. the i
\ 'today to disabled veterans and ;w: :
Educational Television, Inc., an- dependents of deceased veterans ; I Bought by City election of the directors they \;

nounced Tuesday it will refile I will meet and elect a president, I
in Florida, receiving a non- I
its petition for assignment offr' service connected pension. The City Commissioners of vice president, executive vice .i ir ;

. Channel 11 for a non-profit, ed Rufus H.Vllson, of.. Bunnell purchased ten 30 inch r president, and a secretarytreasurer !
/ ; I by 72 inch folding tables and to serve as 'officers of the
. the VA regional office in St. I I I I
100 chairs for the Community club for the year.
Petersburg, explained that income i
. Director. Al F. Edmunds7 said i Center. The bid was awarded The charter for the committee I
t questionnaires went out I
' an application for a construction I I I to John W. Wimer and Associates I was granted last week by the \I
t .. with December checks to 60,400 I I II
l will be filed at the I I of DeLand. state, it for .t
,!veterans and dependents in the I\ DOUBLE EXPOSURE . At !, ) being applied by
same time. state. Miami Beach, Fla., there's a 1 I The new tables and chairs the temporary officers. I
, The organization, which is double feature playing with they will be used in connection with Results of the election were
The questionnahes'were in
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t. made up of. educators. from<<: form of tabulating rds on Beckwith twins as stars. Gene, I the recently completed new I not available at press time. :I

Orange, Volusia, Flagler, Seminole left, and Laura brighten the 1 I kitchen and dining area of the '
i. and Indian ,River counties, 4 1 1t I which recipients were to report scene. Community Center. '
their actual income for the past Citizens Bank 1
was denied a request for use of I I calendar year and their anticipated i With the completion of the I .. "
i Channel 11 by the Federal Communications kitchen and dining area the "

j last month. Chan- I I Pensioners income were for given the year 30 1962.daysto Florida State Fair :building is now available to Stockholders. ;

"' nel 1}. is used commercially byVINKTV I I return these income question- clubs for their dinner meetingsfor

t \ in Fort Myers. J I!naires. a nominal sum. The build Elects Officers

," JSdmunds said studies showed Events.Calendar ing 'may also be rented for dinner I
half of the 30 day period The annual meeting of stock- :
:. his organization's use of_ the I !I and
: .1 j parties banquets sponsored "
k[ '
has_elapsed.;al1d Jthere' are still, holders of Citizens Bank of Bun -
-" channel would t' interf erewftrr 'b clubs individuals.
r many questionnaires, to come in. 'Day by'Dayy Given or nell was held Wednesday'of last
--s WINK. He said the new application -
Mr. Wilson explained that if I 1 I week in the directors room. All i
will be given to Florida
Educational Television Commission pensioners do not get these Tuesday, February 6-FFA Meeting Called to I directors and officers of the bank J

!f which will take' it before questionnaires in by the end of and 4-H Dairy Cattle Judging; I {were re-elected at this meeting. I.

this'month, their pension payments Discuss Revolution Directors who were re-elected
. ,the FCC in Washington. Egg Judging. i
will be discontinued.Since I Wednesday, February 7-Ayr- were Charles R. Creal, Mrs. LilyJ.

I I the questionnaire also : shire and Holstein Judging; Shopping Centers Creal, O. F. Alford, Walter

Miss McKenna concerns the actual, income for : Berkshire, Poland China, and Cody Harry Clegg, and T. E.

1961, the pensioner may be faced .I Tamworth Breeds'Swin Judging; I I A revolution in retailing Holden.

Guest Speaker with an overpayment for the Rabbitt, .Show Judging; and ]I II threatens downtown merchants.Its Officers are Charles R. Creal, l

year 1961. If a pensioner. has Youth Poultry Show Judging symptoms are multiplying president; Mrs Lily Creal, vice I II

At Bunnell School lost his income questionnaire I Thursday, February 8-Jersey_ shopping centers, discounthouses I president; T. E. Holden, vice

.. i card he should contact his nearest Judging Guernsey Bulls and and commercial strip president; and H. V. Peavy, as
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Miss Marion E. McKenna, R.N., VA office or County Service zones. I cashier. I
I Get qf Sire Judging; Youth Rab
director of nursing Training of These new and aggresive mer- !
Officer( and request a duplicate.Or bitt Show Judging; and Eighth Beginning January 1st. the I
the Daytona Beach Junior College he may .contact the VA regional Annual Florida Fat Stock Show chandising units are forcing I Citizens Bank will pay 3% per i

was in Bunnell Wednesday Office, P.0. Box 1437,' St. Judging. many old, established enter I cent on regular savings ac :

f of last week to speak to all'I Petersburg, Florida.IDevelopment. Friday, :February 9GuernseyCow prises into a cycle of decline counts. They are also paying 4 .J

I girls in grades 712. I Judging Eighth Annual marked by disappointing retail per cent on Certificates of Deposits .I?\
Miss :McKenna is working at ; I
sales. This in turn leads to for minimums of a
Florida Fat Stock Show Sale year.
the Daytona Beach Junior Col. ; I I lower downtown real estate .values -
FFA Team Poultry Judging; Pa-
lege this year under a grant I and dropping,municipal tax
from the Kellogg Foundation to Progressing For rade of Dairy Champions. income. Dr. Philpott to ;
Saturday, February 10-FFA II
organize a two-year and one The final product of the decay I II
Dairy, Beef, and Swine Judging. t
summer professional nursing Flagler Harbors I in downtown areas is, in Victor I Speak To Rotary ;
Monday, February: 12-Youth I
program. This program will be. Michael Murray and James Beef Cattle Judging. I Gruen's words, "a city trans. ; Dr. Harry M. Philpott, vice '1 1I
gin in September of this year. I with
formed into doughnut,
Ebert of Flagler Harbors, Inc., Tuesday ebruary' 13-Angus j a i| president of the University of i iI
It is anticipated that about 15 1 outside
and D. D. Moody spent ':Monday and Hereford Judging; and Du j!jail dough on I Florida will be guest speaker at f
students will be accepted, into Evi
and a hole in the center.
I in Jacksonville conferring'with roc, Hampshire, and Yorkshire 1 i the weekly luncheon meeting of I II
the initially. I dence is
program that happeningcan
consulting engineers for the Breeds Swine Judging. I the Rotary Club of Bunnell on
:Miss McKenna's talk was re- I Florida
be in
seen some
sewer and disposal plant problems Wednesday, February 14- I Thursday of this week.
with deal of
ceived a great en-
towns that offer a panorama
in connection with the development Shorthorn, Santa Gertrudis, and Dr. Philpott is known through.
thusiasm by the girls. It is
very of frowzy store fronts,
.of Flagler Harbors I Charolals Judging. out the state as a most effec ,1
likely that as many as three and "
buildings com-
South in Flagler Beach. Thursday, February 15-Brahman tive and stimulating speaker.His (l
seniors may enter the program mercial property for sale" signs.
Flagler Harbors, Inca were re- Judging; and Parade of knowledge of the contemporary !
from. Bunnell this year. This kind of "advertising" is
, cently awarded the developing Beef Champions. issues in the field of edu- i
Miss McKenna was introducedto bad for local business, kills in.dustrial .
the group by John A. Cannon contract for the marshland owned Friday, February 16-4-H Club and cation are respected by all who ,

Jr., guidance counselor. by the Town of Flagler Team Beef and Poultry Judging. tourists. prospects repels know him. Dr. Philpott will be !

Beach. Saturday, February 17-Release introduced by Program Chair-
The factors behind this mount- 4
Clifford McGriff.
of exhibits man ;

County Schools.To ALMOST TO INFINITYThe ing problem and the steps that Jim Taylor of Hastings and [
i wide-awake are
Buck Moore of Daytona Beach
Have constellation Andromedais taking to reverse the trend will made with the club
-. Holiday Up meetings I
the most distant object visible SUPT. HOLLANDIN occupy the attention of some 150 last week. Ed. Bielejeski was a 3

Next TuesdayNext to the unaided eye. Its-light, GAINESVILLEFOR Floridians who will meet In guest of Howard Taylor. t

traveling 186.000 miles a second, CONFERENCEFlagler Lakeland on January 25th and Jim Craig Ray Sturman, and

Monday January 22nd, requires about two million yearsto 26th. At a meeting to begin at Tom Lenssen were appointed by .
be for all reach the earth. Its' diameter County School' Supt. Lakeland Civic
will a holiday Flagler 1 p. m, at the the board of directors at a re" +\ ;
county school children, SuptZ measures 100,000 light years. Z. D. Holland is in Gainesville 1 Center, they will discuss these cent meeting to'serve with John

D. Holland said today. The United a few decades ago astronomers today and Friday for the StateSuperintendents' I issues with specialists in the I CanakarlS on the Four-Way TestCommittee.

buses will not run that day and thought Andremedawas Conference.The fields of urban economics and Four-Way'Test Day
will be classes. nebula aluminous cloudof conference will be held real and
there estate
no a city planning, clubon
I will be observed by the
"Flaglef county teachers will gas. Observations from a 100- at the J. HUlls Miller AfedlcalCenter' marketIng 22nd.
hold,a.f,work-day .:at each school inch telescope on ;Mount Wilson in:'Gainesville.
completingreports: and records.' 1 proved the misty patch was a A normal. serving of beef provides .

Classes will be resumed on-.the I system of separate stars, the I Vatican City is a- tiny but!I 39 per cent of the iron Primitive man invented the

regular-schedule:'Tuesday morning I first that man' had discoveredoutside sovereign.state covering a. waUl ,land 47 per cent' of the protein mosaic when he arranged peb

', .. January 23. 'his: own galaxy. l ed.ii. -area' of-less than UO, acres.''needed by one person in one day bles on the floor of his cave.
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THE BOOK NOOK Last week the library's small |i an outline of a sleeping bear in

bulletin board, found 'in the library . a cave about the middle of the

SHORT ,SUMMARY OF LEE had the theme "Don't {board. Book covers were placed fIt

Hibernate all Winter; Wake Up I around in various places on the .

(By Faye Edmonson) and Read." It showed a huge It board. This board was constructed ;

A courageous soldier, Chris- Panda bear in one corner and by 'Faye Edmonson. :
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tian gentleman, and distinguished -

I educator: Robert E. Lee was

By Leslie Poch the fifth child and third sin of 'I F AREA BUSINESS DIRECTORY 1AIR 1| -I

THE LITTLE EIGHT lng better with every game. I famous Henry "Light Revolutionary Horse Harry"general Lee,, ,

Sharon Townsend had 16 points, -
Pt and Anne Hill (Carter) Lee. He
W L Po
S. Westbrook 14, ,and.Sue King J 1 I
Taylor 6 3 397 315 was born on January 19, 1807 at I
Father Lopez 5 3 365 336 Stratford, Westmoreland County, I
Bunnell 4 3 293 262 10 points. Virginia. CONDITIONING CO. I I BUNNELL MOTOR COMPANY
Bunnell- Fg F Pb Of Daytona Inc. RESIDENTIAL INDUSTRIAL 1
F. M.S. 2 4 222 260
HastingsCrescent 1 4 176 228
S. Westbrook 6 2 14 tis, whom he married in 1831, GENERAL, SHEET METAL"We're
City 1 4 183 250 HUBERT PELLICER 1
H. Eisenbach 2 0 4 was a great-granddaughter of Proud of Our Work"
ID 7-3301 NIGHT
14197 222
D & B
B. Weaver ;' 3 ,0 .6 Martha Washington.After 330 Walker Holly Hill OR 7.6120 I
St. Joseph 0 4 '113 224 ,,- 16 r FUEL OILKING'S
S. Townsend 8 0 Surrender of Lee I II
Games Friday, January, 19- AUTO SERVICE .f

St. Joe at Bunnell, A & B boys. 23i5 51 I When General Lee appeared I McDANIEL'S TRUCK STOP

25Bunnellat among his men, after the. sur- I i
Tuesday, January D & B- ," Fg F Pts PHILLIPS 66 GAS & OILS ,

Taylor, Boys and girls. Duncan 0 0 0 I"render at Appomattox Court Service Station +' J. L. IRVIN. Prop. t}

I M..Spell 0 1 11 House on April 9, 1865, mountedon STANDARD OIL PRODUCTS LubrcatIon-Tires-Batteries i
his famous horse Travel
J. Horne 4 2 10 i Tires-Batteries-Minor Repairs Fuel Oil Kerosene, Tractor Fuel
ler overwhelmed him with .
Malcon 2 0, 4 Bunnell ID 7-7119 u.S. 1 N. Bunnell-ID 7-3498
SEASON OPENER regard and sympathy.Lee I
Register 0 0 0 I
t received many tempting Biddle Gulf Service
Teams were picked'aftex a I '
: offers but accepted the presi- ,
practice session last week. The 6 3 15 dency of Washington Academyat GASOILLUBRICATIONGULF ( Gray's Garden Center

first team to play in the season a salary of fifteen hundred TIRES &" BATTERIES r Headquarter far Gardening Need
opener will be the All Stars and Lee's Open 7 A.1L-10 P.M.-7 Days I,Ceramics. Gifts. Dry Arrangement
'I dpllars a Through
BUNNELL GIRLS WIN year. Materials
Rinky Dinks. FOURTH STRAIGHT GAME leadership and the cooperationof State&::Lambert ITS 1-ID 7-7190 ;Annuals Shrubbery Fertilizers 1

The second game will find the .1 patrons north and south the TORO LAWN MOWERS

Zazas and Collegians. The first The Bunnell girls won their academy prospered. Lee sought Colonial Service StationEARL 147 Tomoka Avenue-Ph. OR 7-051' i

game will start at 7:30 Wednesday fourth straight game over Green ,to instill moral and religious E. RICE. ProprietorGASMLLUBRICATION I ORMOND tJ

I January 171| Cove Springs 42 to 22. The Bun 'ideals in his students: He made (HARDWARE J

nell girls have a 5-1 season. many educational innovationsand MOTOR TUNE-UP I

Bunnelf Linda system.He
Kenneth Cole will referee all guard Revels, U.a HIWAY 1 ..BUNNELLED'S
said "We have but rule
one I at
games. Bev Cummins, and the Steflik Exclusively
here, and that is that stu- I'
ZAZAS sisters, Grace and Mechele, held
Sammy Bertha, Buddy Taylor, Green Cove to only 6 baskets. dent must be a gentleman. PURE OIL STATION ;

Junior Shelton, Bill Cummins, Sue with Washington College' changed its
King was high scorer name Specializing in Wash & Waxing
to Washington'and
Joe White, Texaco Jim Kelly, 18 points. Sheilar Westbrookhad Batteries-Accessories j i Flagler Beach HE 9-2103

Leslie Pache, Tommy.Bertha, 14. Boyette for Green Cove ,University in his honor. MINOR REPAIRSu. I ==

David Burnsed. had three field goals and eight I No American had a comparable .
Hwy. 1-Bunnell-ID 7-3138 Village Hardwar.Center
I influence the of
on people
fouls for 14 points.
I IBunneU the Confederate States. Physically BAR AND PACKAGE STOREBAMBOO HOUSE PAINTS
Joe Kelly, Eugene Nipper, Ft F Pts
Fg I and Match and mix any colorBullders
morally intellecturally
Gene Cauley, John Rodgers, Jer 8 2' 3 '18
King ( Supplies EitchenwareGIFTS
Of I
was no ordinary man. I
ry Cauley, Jim Hargett, Jack S. Westbrook 5 4 2 14 convictions he ,BAR & COCKTAIL GREETING CARDS
Ross, Leonard Johnson, Russell 0 4 4 deep religious LOUNGE I
H. Eisenbach 2 was a true soldier of the cross. I AlA Ormond Beach CL 2.0420
,B.Veaver' Q His fait!},,In God of,his fathers,. f
S. Townsend 1 0 1 2 "
his devotI6n to 1utypatient Serenity JEWELER
Dewayne :Metts, J. I. Sheffield, I
tolerance of others, all Ocean Blvd AlA Flagler Beach
Harry Kuleski, Cliff Sheffield, 186 11 42 I BRENNAN Jewelers
'Barber i I blend into one preeminent per
Shelton Bobby Kendall,
Ft F Pts
Green CoveFg sonality to form this Southern MILLAND BAR AND Diamonds-Diamond' Setting
Joe Powers, Tommy Durrance, Boyette 3 8 .4 14 I Fine Jewelry and Gifts

Junior .Hutchenson. Lee 2 2 2 6 I gentleman.This week being General Robert I I I Eddie COCKTAIL& LOUNGE I Hamilton, Bulova, Benrus
COLLEGIANSDick Mary Shultz
Hicks 1 0 1 2 ; Watches
Littlefield, C. Wall, A.- E. Lee's: birthday the,library PACKAGE GOODS '
Kirk 0 0 0 6 Watches-Jewelry Clocks Repaired
assistants have made bulletin
Spivey, Buddy Chambers, David 0' 0 1 0 a 9 a.m.-2 a.m-Sun. 1 p.m. 2 a.m.| 60 E. Granada-ormond-oR 7-5056-
Brown 'I
board in his The bulle- )
honor. Ocean Bird -Flakier BeachBETH'S
Hilsenbeck, Jack Holt, George
Preston, Harold Huff, Gene Spi tin board has as its backgroundcolor (FURNITURE
/ 6 10 822 SEASIDE I
the In
Confederate gray. I I
vey. BAR & GRILL Ormond Bedding and
the upper left-hand, corner a I
Furniture Co.
red framed of Lee FOR FINEFOOD
EASILY FROM D d B TOWNSEND STILL LEAD can be found. In the lower right- .. Substantial Discounts on AllBEDSSOFASFURNITURE

The Bunnell girls dfeated the hand corner the "The Seat of 3 mi. N. of Flagler on AlA I $10 Tradeln Covers Down Payment
Sue King, forward on the Bun- War" map is found. Star-end Open 7 A.M.-ll P.M. 1 R. S. ROBENBERRY Owner
D & B girls 51 to 15. Bunnell II
scored 26 points in the first half nell girls team, leads the scor- streamers pin point some of 169 Granada, Ormond Dch. OR 7-6411
ing with 75 points and Sharon Lee's victories. Small red framed BUILDING SUPPLIES i
to 2 points for D & B. Sheilar iI PAINTS ,
Townsend has 57 points. The plaques are found at the end of j I
Westbrook started ringing the WICKLINE
girls all are on top with the each streamer telling where and
basket, giving the girls the I JERRY'S PAINT MARTPITTSBURGH
team playing good team work. I Building Supplies
when each victory was. A large
needed scoring power. I I II .
Fg F Pts tree has been drawn the
The team as a whole is look- -
I Paints
31 13 75 -
Sue King background on which book covers STEEL .I
Sharon Townsend 27 3 57 I have been placed. Paint Sundries-Wallpaper

THE OUTBOARDER Sheila Westbrook 22 12 56 Flagier Beach HE 9.2254 38 W. Granada-ormond

Authorized Evlnrude Dealer Barbara Weaver 19 6 44 ORange 7-0761

Dockage Storage Free Ramp Heidi Eisenbach 12 1 25JBev. BOTTLE GAS ROOFER

825 Ballough RdDaytonaPAL I Southern Radio & Television FLAGLER COUNTY'S ONLY I Manufacturers of I
226 E. Granada-Ph. OR T-2001
Cement Tile


Automotive Specialty Center ORMOND PRESCRIPTION Help .Flagler County Grow Fast Dependable Service ,
' BRAKES RELINED *1& 5 St Augustine took a hair's PHARMACYSick By Shopping at Home HWY. 1 N. ORMOND r
PARTS AND LABOR ORange 7-5177 7.1793
from Bun-
breadth 35-33 victory
540 Mason Ave. Daytona
St Augustine leading 21-28 at 24-Hour Prescription Service Your "Q" For Concrete I

half time never let Bunnell Free Delivery In'Flagler BeachRt. SUE-Z-Q RESTAURANT
AlA 1 mLr North of Dial CL 3-8113
FREE PAINTOne catch up. Mike McMillan with ORMOND BEACH-TeL OR 7-1661 Lunches-Dinners-Sandwiches

I 15, and Harry Kuleski with 10, DAYTONA BEACH OPEN 24 HOURS DAILY

extra gallon of your choice led the Bulldog scoring. Bunnell
Quillian's Concrete Inc. 152 W Granada-Ormond Beach
with each gallon you buy milt 3Tlsglrr (UributtrBUHITKIX.
is now 4-4 for the season. St. I Open 6 A.M11 P.M. at

Mary Carter Paint Store I Augustine also won the junior FLORIDA CLEANERS 146 S. Atlantic-Ormond

varsity game 2620. I I' I
Cutter I'
Also Westxat ftkopplajc !
MRS. M. FULLER, Editor
1961-62 j
"Bunnell High School Basketball Schedule Shrimp-Steak-Cnops-Chicken

I Fri. Jan 19 st. Joseph A and E Boys Here 7:00 D .l Mted Oflelal p..Ueatiea I O.e. Dally S t. 6 Sandwiches and Shakes f f
PIa... ID 7-3188 Sandwiches md Pies
There 7:15
Tues. Jan. 23 Pierson Boys and ,Girls I.. PmfcUe N.tiee..f PlasterOutr
Frf. lan. 26 Oviedo Boys and Girls Here 7:00 BIwUelpalltle tmereiamm 115 N. Bay St. Bunnell BREAKFAST ANYTIME 1

. Tues. Jan. 30 Fla. D &'B Boys and GillS Here 7:00 the, State ..f ,n.rf*.. Ocean Spray Restaurant I

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

1 Sat. Feb. 3 Orange Park Girls There 7:00 Batue4 mm *eea. elaa BMttet Moody's Pharmacy Used Fum1ture-Ujm t-Y,

i' Feb 8-9-10 Cohf Tournament Fsb1 ary....i 15.at the .......
t Tues. Feb., 13't'Hastings A and ,B Boys There 7:00 at ........ nri4a. u.er act .. Flagler County Corner Drug Store JOE WELLBORN

FrI.. :Feb. 16 Callahan A and: iI Boys TIe 7:90 Monk a. 18m.On PRESCRIPTIONS"' Ferniture &
t > UphoWsry
Sat Feb. 17 Father Lopez A and B Boys sere 1.00 DBUGS-SUNPRIES FIIl
I GOOD,17SE : RTNew ..._
Tues. Feb. 20 Fla. MIL School. .A andB BoHere 1:00I year- |LM, ,
a. FOUNTAIN SERVICE B ddiar MattrMVmndter .
t Sat. Feb. 24 Hawthorne Boys and Girls Here '1:00I lIdS month, 'LH I I Ua3.Iat.ita.j1 EeaovitIs.
I BtiniuH, Flo. Pbeae ID 7-9681
IOU Flemish
Tournament Holly Bill
I March 12.3 Group --CL 12275a.

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Pirate,Terror .,4.., I ,

in Celebes Sea ,
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Pirates are' again prowling t i I
'the Celebes Sea, a crossroads of j I !
shipping ,.inr the Southwest Pa -t

cific.I' ,
with these
i U The outbreak of sea robbery, -
:reports say, is the worst since
early in the 18th century. It
creates a familiar but serious
.problem for the Indonesian island -'I Y r
of Celebes (Sulawesi), the

National, Geographic Society I
.says. The seafaring Celebes t V
people have 'suffered the ravages
of pirates many times in
'the past. ', Maxwell HouseCOFFEE

Long before the first European J Ib.
caravels bobbed into local wa- I .
ters, huge Celebes praus were I' 2 99
.sailing the Cathay coast and can
west to Madagascar, navigatingby
by stars with astonishing pre '
,cision.- Limit one with $5.00 or more food order

Makasar, the chief port of
l Celebes island, has shelteredships TOP QUALITY: PRODUCE .
of Portuguese explorers, MIX or MATCH 5 for l -
merchants, Arab '
slave traders, Japanese invaders,
I Green Giant 303 can Niblets 12 oz. can
and the island's own Burginese 3ge"
pirates of former days. 15 Ibs.. TENDER PEAS W K CORN

Island Has Curious Shape Juicy Winesap ,
APPLES ,. .'-2, Ibs. 29c Green Giant 303 can Del Monte 12 oz.
/: Celebes is an oddly shaped, )
tentacled island which has been Sjweet Fla. : CREAM CORN CORN &PEPPERSTANGERINES

likened to an octopus, starfish, I ., dozen 33c .
dragon, spider, and orchid. It
consists of four outfiung penin

sulars with ,myriad harbors, Is-
lets, and bays. .a Plump Tender Baking or Roasting
Early explorers believed the -

{, ,. mountainous land mass was a I
," whole group. of islands, thus the I HENS ib. 37

, romantic misnomer" "Islands of .
the Celebes
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origin of the word "Celebes." Armour Star 8 to 14 Ib average
I The island's Indonesian nameis
Sulawesi, to which it reverted TURKEYS
after Indonesia won sovereignty! Ib
"'from the Netherlands in 1949. -

One fanciful story says "Cele- Sarasota 3 oz. pkg.
bes" evolved from language dif-
ficulty. Asked by Portuguese CHIPPED BEEF-HAM-TURKEY 3 pkgs. $100

explorers the name of their island -

the local rajas mlsunder-I Crisprite Cello S I World's BestHAMBURGER Tender SlicedBREAKFAST
stood and gave the*

their kris).weapons, "sele besi" (iron I BACON. .11> 49c' I 3 Ibs $139 PORK LIVER tb 29c'

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occupied by the Japanese,
bombed by Americans, and :

eventually Australians. surrended to the. J MAYONNAISE quart jar..4S

Since Indonesia became a republic -
Celebes has continued I

to know little peace. Its green I Limit one with $5.00 or .more food order
mountains 'have echoed with

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series of
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against national ; '' .: "

more "home government rule" and on a Java greater for 50 FREE : CUBE STEAKS each'690 t t{ -'" ,

share of state revenues. '
Though Celebes islanders num- with $5.00 or more Royal Sild Oil Stokely's 303 'can

ber only 6,600,000 out of Indo food order SARDINES.i2- 25c: APPLESAUCELimit lOcand
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nesia's 92,600,000 people, they .for'
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Memorial ChurchInterdenominational
I 4 Prices Good
AIR CONDITIONED Jan. 18.19120, 1962
Daytona Ave. TO? VALUE STAMPS -

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.: I' Telephone HEmlock 9-2098 -'.\ ..(
_ Marriage of Miss Marcia AnnA ; !
The business meeting of the
Zance to Richard William Let- .'
Flagler Woman's Club was held ', AT ;
gett took place at 2 p.m. Jan 6

in Church St. Brendan's'of Ormond Roman Beach.Catholic The Wednesday president, Mrs.afternoon Phillip with Kester the, r' Flagler Food Store

,f. ceremony was performed by Dr. presiding. Hostesses were Corbett Mrs. l
Harold Massie and Mrs.
Neil Sager.The

bride is the daughter of I Sullivan.Tea rose gladioli with fern I Flagler Beach 1

'-- Mr., and Mrs. Stanley Zance, 15 t was used in the decoration
{ PRICES GOOD THURS. FRI. SAT. Jan. 18 19 -_20, 1962 j
Margaret Road, Ormond Beach. which was a birthday motif.
Mr.' Leggett, who lives in Bun- I The meeting marked the 14th
nell, is the grandson of Mr. and anniversary of the date on t QUALITY MEATS I ;i j
Mrs. John Durrance, of Bulow which this club was accepted in

-;.: Ruins. the. Federation of Women's U.S. Choice Square Cut (I
! s Clubs. Each member and guest
I;.. Mr. Zance gave his daughter present was given a little birth- SIRLOINSTEAKS. SHOULDER .

'.i in Miss marriage.Sandra Maid Jeanne of Zance honor, was sis- day cake holding one candle <
;... ter 'of the bride.. Bridesmaids and birthday there gifts.was The an serving exchange table of lb. 95 I ROAST lb. 49Shoulder

ti-': were Miss Donna Akins, Bun- I was beautifully decorated and
> nell, cousin of the bride, and cake Copeland's I
1 held a large birthday .
Carol Bunnell, sister
Mrs. Leggett
t > which had 14 candles. This was PORK ft roll LAMB
of the bridegroom. served by Mrs. Massie and Mrs.I
Flower girl was Sherry Apn Sullivan with coffee, nuts and I *

Zysk the bride., Flagler Beach, cousin of,I mints.An open forum discussion was'I SAUSAGE 39 CHOPS .ib. 59 ,I

, Robert Vaughn Hunter, Atlanta It held on community needs. Mrs. 1
t was best man and the Jasper White, chairman in Fresh-Lean 12 oz. Copeland .1
usher was Larry Charles Zysk, charge of Community Projects, I SPARERIBS '
cousin of the bride. conducted the discussion and it
There was a reception after was decided to assume the duties FRANKS 1
t 16. 49 pkg 39
the ceremony in the social hall. of the American Red Cross
. of St. Brendan's. ,Volunteer Service Division. for
.f. The bride was born in Erie, I the county. Mrs. White was I
s Pa., and moved to Ormond named chairman.\ To serve on Chase & Sanborn Henderson'sCOFFEE
, Beach in 1958. She was graduated this with her will be Mrs. Julia
'. in June from Father Lopez. Moody, Mrs. Flossie Haines, Mrs.: -
;; High School. Florence Norcross and Mrs. Isla SUGAR
I t' Mr. Leggett is a native of Miami Kester. A meeting was called
L. and moved to Bunnell in for Wednesday at Mrs. White's i
:': 1944. He was graduated from home.
, Bunnell High School and is a .Mrs Louella Fleurie was appointed - Ib Ib.

. carpenter. \ ... chairman of community ; 39' 5 39 I
improvements and they plannedto ; cant 4
t Mr. and Mrs. George Miles make an early survey and bag
Moody were visitors in Gainesville I get, the houses in Flagler Beach .
Limit one with $5.00 or more food order Limit one with $5.00 or more food order
: Sunday with her son.ln-I numbered in the nearfuture..
. law and daughter, Mr. Every member will assist in

:L Lr Ed West. I I this Two project.orchid corsages made COMPARE Gold Medal CASH

r Visiting during the weekend.I from orchids grown by Mrs. Sullivan -
r. here with.Mr. and Mrs. Clarence were presented to the two
: Shultz were Mr. and Mrs. George I life t members, Mrs. Myrtle
, Hoeltzel from Evansville, Ind. I Streeter and Mrs. May Hendren.
r', They left Monday for South Hostesses for the next meetingwill PRICES ARE THE
t Florida to spend two months. I I be Mrs. Clarence Shultz and ,
Crenshaw. 5'Ib ,39 BESTSAVINGS
I I I Mrs. Inez ANYWHERE .

Women's Society of Chris- Limit one $5.00 or more food order

ROCKETT'SFishermen's tian Service meeting was held .
the homeof
Thursday morning at -- - -- --- --- -- --
Keith Lovell with Mrs.
25 oz. Lucky Leaf Energy
t" Inn Hugh Arnold co-hostess. Mrs.
Reynold Hoover had charge of APPLESauce

the program. Bleach 10
FLAGLER BEACH The meeting was set up in 4.r$1 qt.
order complete plans for their
second annual smorgasbord. The : Shurfine "'
meeting will be February 1st at I \ ,
the home of Mrs. Clarence Shultz 2V2 can
1 with Mrs. A. K. Dally co-hostess. SOUTHERNYams
The Smorgasbord will be at the Dressing qt.39c
... Flagler Woman's' Club building 5f.r1 ,
from 5 to 7 P. M. on February.'
. $ or Raw 9th. Starkist
Mrs. Inez Crenshaw,is general '
chairman of the Smorgasbord, 21/2 panSILVER CHUNK STLYETuna
!.:' CLAMSt and Mrs. Bernie Wilson is ticket FLOSSKraut
chairman. Anyone may reserve 29 ;

,,.. ,. ,tickets by calling Mrs. Wilsonat 5r100 cal .
I will be
HE .2175 and they
Saturday and Sunday $1.50 for'adults and 75 cents for Holsum

children. 40 oz. pkg.Bisquick. ,PEANUT
(Continued on page 7)

:, WINDMILL GRILL Pkg 39 Butter 3 !> 99<

w aDA1LYrLUNCH 10 oz. Birds Eye Jonathan
SPECIALS ". : '.::41. $1.00
? n. : APPLES 4
.Y .. Pkg.23c n _bag3.9c
SATURDAY, Country. Fried Steak ."., '$1.00 to I
'C-: 10 oz. pkg. Singleton Fresh Cello .' '

t. SUNDAycWcken & Dumplings. .. x $1,25 BREADED SHRIMP pke.49 CARROTS I.-: ) Ib bag lOc

2 Fresh Vegetables Salad and Roth
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: Served'with Each of These"' 6 oz. Seald SweetORANGE Red SweetPOTATOES ,

JUICE 6 99 10'f
Short Orders, Sandwiches, A la Carte Meals. for ;=

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Thursday, Jan. 18, 1962 THE FLAGLER.. TRIBUNE. BUNNELL FLORIDA, -- -_ i __ PAGE FIVE.
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Mrs. Martha Kiley and son, I It 1Mrs. Jessie Way has returned Mr. and Mrs. H. F, Wray were -
Jimmy, who are visiting here tocher home here on Deen Road in Gainesville during the. weekend

with Mr. and Mrs., ,Louis Trad, I after a stay with her grand- visiting with their son in

.left Monday afternoon to spend daughter, Mrs. O'Dell. Patillo, in law and daughter, .Mr. and Mrs.
several days in Jacksonvillewith Palatka. Marvin Gresham and family.Let's .
her brother in law and ---
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sister's children, Mike and War-

ren Milholland.
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1 Their parents, Mr. and Mrs.
1 ; I Jack Milholland, were called to

, ,Of interest to their many The Royal Neighbors will meetat Toledo, Ohio, Monday by the t
friends here is the announcement I the home of Mrs. Irene Dur- sudden death of his brother, -ATLucky's

of the marriage of Miss rance, Highway 11, Monday evening -. Paul Milholland. They were accompanied .
/ Mary Harriet Wiggins j of Sum- I at 7:30. Installation of officers to Ohio by Mr. :Mil- Bar
, merville N. C. and 2nd Lt. Lem- will be the order of busi- holland's. mother, also of Jack- I

uel C. '(Brother) Carter,' Jr., of ness. All members are urged to I'sonville. .

,' Manning S. c., and Charlotte, I attend. I Highway AlA Flagler Beach
North Carolina. r Charles Turner is spending a ,
The couple was married No-1 GIGNACMr. I short vacation here visiting with
I :
vember 25 'in an impressive 1 j his parents, Mr. and Mrs. Rod- : SATURDAY NIGHT
double ring ceremony in the I and Mrs. Harry Gignac of gers Turner. He flew over to
I Bethany Methodist Church in. .! Clearwater are the parents ofa Tallahassee Tuesday for a short ; .5 MUSIC BY OLEAN CASEY
I i Summerville. '' six\ pound nine ounce son, visit with Mf. and Mrs. Jimmy I :,

The bride is the daughter of |I i born January 14. He has been Helms. THE COUNTRY ROCKS
I :Mr. and Mrs. Lemuel E. Wiggins 1 given the name of Michael Ken- _f I
of Summerville. Lt Carteris f:neth. J Mrs. T. O. Durrance has ,re- I
t the son of Mrs. Doris Coffey He is the grandson of Mr. and turned to her home here after
Carter of Manning, S. C. I Mrs. Robert ,Cook of Bunnell. three weeks visit in Tallahasseewith I'
Mrs. Carter attended Columbia her son in :law and daughter -

College and the University of 'I I CHERYL YVONNE PEARSON Mr., and Mrs. Jimmy Helms I
I. South Carolina and was graduated I and their little daughter, Sara REOPENINGTHURSDAY
from Eastern Airlines I Mr. and Mrs. Lamar Pearsonof I Leah. I
,.. Flight Attendant School in Mi-I; Holly Hill are the parents ofa I : JAN. 15th '
ami. daughter, born December 29, I ,
Lt Carter was graduated from in Daytona Beach Hospital. She I
', A. M. P.. M. week
9 7 Days
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to a
Wofford College where he was, has been given the name of I. R
a member of Sigma Alpha Ep- Cheryl Yvonne. I I.i i R '
silon fraternity. He is serving Mrs. Pearson is the former I Mpsl I I :
, in the army in the recruiting i l Barbara Bell of Bunnell, the I A1A RESTAURANT & MOTEL
office in Charlotte, N. C. where f r daughter of Mr. and Mrs. E. L. I
they are residing. I I Bell. FLAGLER'BEACH
Lt. Carter is a former residentof I I I

Bunnell; and is a! great nePh-I''I Mr., and Mrs. 'Tommy Dur- Prompt Service '.. GLENN& RUTH MILLER "
ew of Mr. and Mrs. W. C. rance were. in Tallahassee dur- PLACE YOUR ORDER'WITH US
livan of Bunnell. He is the ing the past weekend visiting I v" '...
grandson of the late Dr. L. A. with Mr. and Mrs. Jimmy Helms. ,. The Flagler TribunePhone WE APPRECIATE. YOUR PATRONAGE

Carter. They'were accompanied home by I IDlewood 7-3282
Mrs. T. O. Durrance who had I BunnelL Florida I I I1"
Mrs. Jack Anderson of Jacksonville spent some time there.

who completed her :- .
I training at St Vincent's Hospital Dr. Allen Reynolds was in Or- \'
in Jacksonville last ''September lando last week attending a

I has been notified that she I II I Central District Dental Society enjoy the MAbjft, of Modern Electric Living with :
I passed the stated board ,and" is meeting heW there. He was ac- :
now a registered nurse. I I companied there by his dental '

Mrs. Anderson is the former' assistant, Mrs. Betty Miller, and )?: '
I Miss Phyllis Hall of Bunnell and his receptionist, Mrs. Lorna Gal- FULL HOUSEPOWER ,
was a member of the 1958 graduating loway. .
class of Bunnell High I He also attended a three-day
School. She is the daughter of i(course on office managementheld With full Housepower in your home you electric kitchen and laundry appliances -j ,
Mrs. Jack Dupont of Bunnell. in Miami ,last week and can use as many appliances as you wish, working at top efficiency. Moreover, full :. ..
I.was accompanied there by-Mrs. ,::.. without overloading.'Plenty .handy Housepower wiring with 100-200 ampere '
:Mr. and Mrs. Robert Smedley I Miller. outlets and switches will let you plug service entrance will provide extra. powerfor jet. (
in an electrical appliance without un the appliances you'll want to add later. ;
and children have
recently returned .
plugging another...without using double > '-
to their home in Laurel, Mrs. J. C. Rodgers returned to J. Make sure you're getting the full comfort
sockets or,running extension cords. .. C'
..\ Maryland, after a visit here, with her home here during the past -: convenience and economy of full ;
J her parents, Mr. and Mrs. O. D. weekend ,after a stay with her ..' You won't be bothered by 'tell.tale Housepower for modern flameless electric , .' .: 4 I',
Robertson., \sister, Mrs. Dahlia Creech in St. signs of LOW Housepower, such as living. t., r !:
t r.: lights dimming or TV picture shrinking. for 't '
Augustine Mrs. Creech underwent <; Call your Electrical Contractor .
Mr. and Mrs. William Bowers surgery there last week. Full Housepower wjll keep your alla free wiring checkup now. : < Iii'';'; T '
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and children,. Bill, Jr., and Eliza- .,., '-,"" .-<;'.,..L"r ....... f
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f Wells, is receiving medical treatment with her son in law and daughter '. 1('.'. ...- ..'.-... - "," "If',. ,.' .4" ,. ..... .l'- ",
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iPAGJSIX-. .. '. "--. .THEFLAGLER. TRIBUNE, ,BUNNELL, FLORIDA Thursday, Jan. 18. 1962 :1ta

-. '.,L,,: ; ':. i I i white and combinations of these 1]-them- - ,to- Ole Sol's rays.- -- I wither and dry up before producing |I control the insects with a-spray .-: '

colors. It I
flowers. I 3 level '
I Indoor gardeners who can't i jof tablespoons of either :/ !
(By Herve? Sharpe} I To prevent the disease soak ,40 cent
.,', ,Bulbs are graded according to 1 1I wait for nature to take its per toxaphene wettable I
size. I bulbs in a 1:1,000 bichloride of powder or 40 per cent chlordane :. '
are Exhibition ;
:The amaryllis is popular ,because I se-I course can force amaryllis to

it 'is a, multi-use flower. lected and Field. ;iliuh. ,For the J flower at any time of the year. mercury solution before plant 1 wettable power in a gallon of I

best possibledash' of color For this inside I ing.If J water. .' ( ;
{These lily-like! bell-shaped beauties pay job, pot a mature the fungus shows on the I zI I

are used in border planting, the extra: price for the Exhibi bulb with one-half to two ... ............. . . . . .CI...:: . . "
plants, fight the disease with a "
Jin, beds and as specimen plants. tion. thirds of the bulb above the I : '
neutral copper spray at the rate F. ALFORDRegistered 1I 1-
soil and maintain a constant I I
Indoor gardeners can also The secret of profuse flower. of 1 ounce in 2 gallons of water. :
temperature. With a bit of luck

grow them as potted, plants: preparing ing is a starvation the bed -for diet.the When bulb, 1 I and not too much coddling, a Root, and bulb rot fungi also ; Real Estate Broker

;Planted now the bulbs will i j spade in only a pound of 39.9 tall walking cane-like stem will ravage amaryllis. These diseases I Bunnell Florida I II
II jump forth from the bulb and
; /orbit from their underground I analysis fertilizer per 100 square cannot be cured. But the

launching site into an extravaganza feet of bed, area. Then add a become decked with a clusterof plant pests can be prevented by N

1 bell-shaped flowers.. starting the seed or bulbs in IN TIlE CIRCUIT COURT OF r
of color in six to eight mere 16 ounces of fertilizer a FLAGLER COUNTY, FLORIDAIN '

weeks. Bulbs clean soil that has been fumigated I CIIANCERV NO. 44O1 I
are now on sale couple of times during the grow Diseases are not a serious ANN WILHITE. I

I at garden' centers five and dime ing season. problem in amaryllis production, or 'treated with steam. Plaintiff

:stores and at supermarkets. Color Insects don't usually gnaw on "B.I .
t but it is a sound practice to LONNIE M. VILHITE
Too much shade or soil ,too the lubber
selection's include amaryllis. Occasionally Defendant.
pink, keep for
eye open a fungus I
I rich in nitrogen also causes grasshopper and the caterpillar NOTICE TO DEFEND
known, as "red-blotch." THE STATE OF FLORIDA TO:
I flower failure. Bulbs planted in stage of the Spanish moth LONNIE WILHITE
I Blue Bird Cafe
deep shade oftep die, so seek These red spots form on leaves, feed on the plants. You man I Mount Airy. North Carolina

a spot for the' best showof You are hereby notified that a
'c.fr ; .: sunny stems and petals. The spots on IN THE COUNTY JUDGE'S! COURT suit has been filed against you In '.

color.If foliage are bright red to purplish IN AND FOR FLAGLER COUN- I the above entitled cause; and you _i
are hereby required to file your an- ,
want to propagate ama small at first but increas- CASE NO. 608 1| ewer with the Clerk of this Court
$ you ing to I large blotches later. IN RE: Estate of and to serve a copy thereof upon
: the plaintiff or plaintiff's attorney,
ryllis by cuttage, then make ROBERTVELMER SCHAEFER.
s Y' Heavily infested plants deceased. whose name and address is:
use of a sharp knife at ,bulb digging may NOTICE OF PROBATE Lawrence W. Borns

time during Indian Sum. TO ALL PERSONS INTERESTEDIN 416 Seabreeze Blvd.
THE ESTATE OF SAID DE- Daytona Beach Florida
mer. Cut the bulbs into a 'number CEDENT: not later than February 15th. A. D.

.... of pieceS-up: to 60 piecesif TV SERVICE. that YOU a written ARE HEREBY instrument NOTIFIED purport- 1 1962.If ,you fall to do so, decree pro

you desire. Be sure each piece ing to be the last will and testa- confesso' will be entered against
ment of said decedent has been 'you for the relief demanded in the t
has a portion of the stem tissueor admitted to probate in this court. bill of complaint. The nature of \
ALL MAKES said suit being for divorce.
You are hereby commanded within I
basal ..plate'of' the bulb attached six calendar months from the Witness my hand and seal of
to the scales. I Agent For date of the first publication of this said Court this 9th day of January ,
notice to appear in this court and ,, A. D. 1962.Official .
show cause if you can why i ( Seal)
Next, dust the wedges with RCA & PHILCO the action of this court in admitting E. A. SMYTHE
= I Clerk of said Circuit Court I'I'i
ferbam or thiram to prevent diseases { said will to probate should By Julia R. Harvey
TUBES & ANTENNAS SOLD not stand unrevoked.
and then set the cuttings /ST.. McKNIGHT I Deputy Clerk.
AND INSTALLED County Judge. Jan. 11-18.25 & Feb. 1-4tc '
w in flats or in beds'containing First publication date: January
a mixture of peat and sand or TUBES TESTED FREE 18, 1962.
J Jan. 18-25 & Feb. 1-8-Uc ,I
.* : other porous medium.If I IN CIIANCERV NO. 4400
the'weather is humid, small TV Bob FOR FLAGLER COUNTY FLORIDA I vs. '
N bulblets will form between the CASE" NO. 44O7 Defendant
scales of the cut pieces in about FLAGLER'BEACH- Plaintiff NOTICE TO DEFEND
; four weeks. These will be readyfor PHONE HE 9.2204 FONNIE H. RAYMOND CHARLES TABLER
h w WATKINS.Defendant.. Sloane House YMCA
potting or planting after one, I I DIVORCENOTICE New York City. N. Y.
growing season. TO APPEAR You are hereby notified that a
aa .M.. I NOTICE OF INTENTIONTO THE STATE OF FLORIDA. TO: suit has been filed against you in
You can amaryllis from DISSOLVE CORPORATIONSNotice FONNIE H. WATKINS the above entitled cause; and you
,. "rah grow is hereby given under the 2206 Metts Avenue are hereby required to file your an-
seed. Harvest the seed pods provisions of Section 608.36 Flor- Wilmington N. C. swer with the Clerk of this Court.
ida Statutes to each of the corporations YOU ARE HEREBY NOTIFIED and to* serve a copy thereof upon
1 soon after they turn yellow and listed below, the same being that a suit for divorce has been the plaintiff 'or plaintiff's attorney.whose' ,
begin to break open. Removethe incorporated under the laws of I filed against you in the above entitled name and address Is:
Florida, and according to the records cause and are hereby Anthony J. Grezik
:r --' seeds from the pods,' dry of the Secretary of State, each required to serve upon Plaintiff's 423 Broadway

!READY FOR A BALL? . '. I them for' a, few days and then delinquent and every such for three corporation(3) .years appears or I Attorney appear hereon., whose your name written and address defense f not later Daytona than. Beach.February Florida 8th, A. D.

" JBldade Shirley Golden brightens sow them in a flat. Be sure the more In the filing of reports and If any. to the Complaint in f 1962. ,
payment of taxes under the pro- before the 15th If you fail to do so, decree pro
a winter day at Miami Beach soil is well drained and partially visions of Section 608.33, Florida day said of suit February on or 1962; else De- II I confesso will be entered againstyou
with her beach, ball. Of course, I Statutes and that under the pro- cree Pro Confesso will be 'entered for the relief demanded in the
"; the little. shaded. Harden the infant visions of said Section 608.36. Flor- against I r I bill of complaint. The nature of
sun you.
helps a
'plants by gradually exposing J1 ida Statutes said corporations have WITNESS my hand and seal of I said suit being for divorce.
... been classed as subject to dissolu- said court this 15th day of January WITNESS my hand and seal of
---- months Court this 8th day of JanuaryA.
tion.' and that three (3) 1962. I said
I II after ,date of this publication each (Court Seal) E. A. SMYTHE D. 1962.Official .
! and every such corporation, listed Clerk of CourtW. ( Seal)
below that has not in the mean- Wadsworth E. A. SMYTHE
THE time filed its reports due and paid Attorney for Plaintiff Clerk of said Circuit Court
k the taxes due under the provisions P. O. Box 396 I By Julia R. Harvey
of Section 608.33. Florida Statutes. Bunnell. Fla. 0 I Deputy Clerk
I will, be certified to the Governor of Jan. 18-25 & Feb. 1-8-Uc Jan. 1118.25 & Feb. 1-4tc
the State of Florida, who will issue -
t a Proclamation at that time i -- - STATF HANK NO. 407 .

dissolving said corporation. i I REPORT OF CONDITION OF "CITIZENS! BANK: 0. IIUNNELJ. ,,01'
! Name Principal Place DECEMBER 30 11)61
of Business I ASSETS
Flagler Cattle Buyers Association Cash balances with other banks and cash Items in process
Inc., Flagler Beach. of collection _____._____4'w-* 400.( 64 1.13
i fj7L\J. Pecky Cypress Inc., Bunnell.It I I United States Government obligations direct and guaranteed 720090.00
1 is further directed that a copy Obligations of States and political subdivisions_._.-- 561,997.45
of this notice be published one timein Other bonds notes and debentures (Including $none securities
The :Flagler Tribune a newspaper I of :Federal agencies and corporations not guaranteed by U.S.) None
L published in Bunnell. Florida Corporate stocks (including $none stock of Federal Reserve
in which county the home office Bank) ._- ..- .. .. '__'_'''''''___''--.__' None
of the above,listed corporations Loans and-discounts (Including $ none overdrafts) _--..;
By THOMAS COLLINSA are shown to be located.IN Bank premises owned Jll.776.21 furniture & fixtures 15140.40 26916.61
WITNESS WHEREOF I (Bank premises owned are subject to Jnone liens not assumed by bank)
Calendar of Action For 63-Ycar-OJd Men have hereunto set my hand Estate owned other than bank premises J47.074.21 less ,
and caused the Great Seal reserves $20.900.00 ......__._.._._.._.___._..__..__.____...___........ 6.114.1and
schedule for' AGE 64 I of the State of Florida to other assets Indirectly representing bank
HEREWITH a re- will do be affixed at Taliahasee. Investments premises or other real estate __._..-._._..___......___._ None
1. Decide what you the Capitol this the 9th Customers' liability to this bank on acceptances outstanding None

t AGE '63 with yourself after you retire. day of. January. A. D. 1962. Other assets .. .__--,_ .__.___...-----..-. 1.932.8G

to a. Decide where you want to And decide it now. If you'll want I (SEAL) TOM ADAMS TOTAL ASSETS .w.---' .-__+.__..._._........J2.983.999.33
live after retirement -here or another job. start lining it up.> Ifyou'll Secretary of State

somewhere else If somewhereelse : want to pursue, a hobby or January 18-Itc t LIABILITIES
I Demand deposits of individuals partnerships and corpora-
realize that-this. probably recreation get with ,it ,If you'll NOTICE OF TIME FOR FILING tions !_' __.__..__...._?.??....._...._--_.?_.. 861,537.93.
to loaf find a rocker. 'Get CLAIMS" IN THE RECEIVERSHIPOF Time and savings- deposits of individuals, partnerships and
,I the first free choice; .on. :'geo' ra-v want PAN AMERICAN SI'RBTV corpora tlonH : _.._._.._.._-_...._-_.....-..--.--._ 1,408,742.50
ashy: you have ever had. And ready, because 64 is getting late. COMPANY. A FLORIDACORPORATION Deposits of UnfteoTsTateT Government (Including postal sayings -

rchoose carefully. ?ut h s'It I 2. If you have'decided to move I ) ___"_ _"__ ---. .,,. 5-........- .10000.00
the market Notice Is hereby given that pur- Deposits' of States and 0' political subdivisions .................,..*'*.,., 411977.73
will take you two.years to grow away put your house on suant to Order of Honorable R. O. Deposits of banks __..-'__..__._____..___.-_ None
:acclimated to the hometown-that- now, with the stipulation that Morrow. Circuit Judge Fifteenth Certified and officers' checks etc _._______.__..____.. 7061.98
will be a yeahence.' Judicial Circuit In -and for Palm TOTAL DEPOSITS _...__:__.__..._______......2699320.14
;.is-to-'be. occupancy Beach County. Florida dated December (a) Total demand deposits ..-...'..._..-.._...._.Jl.171,036.00
2. Start buying the big stuff It may take you a year:,to sell It- 28. 1961. entered in the case time savings deposits .....__.__Jl.528.284.14
you'll need in retirement-car, at the price you expect>to get for J of the State of Florida ex rel. J. Mortgages or other liens $ none on bank premises. ,
Edwin Larson. State Treasurer and and J none on other real estate
refrigerator, stove sofa. etc. A it. t ex officio Insurance ,Commissionervs. Rediscounts and other liabilities 'for borrowed money __... None
', good new car will last ten 3. Put into shape for the long PAST AMERICAN SURETY Acceptances executed by or for account of this bank and out
/ you and invest- COMPANY a Florida Corporation standing ..._-n-.. muT......_,._._......_.. --.----. None
ft years and by 73 you're likely to pull whatever money Chancery No. 61-C-2383 B, ,all Other liabilities ....__.?--...r-. ..?-,-.__-.r-r-rmr,._-r-- ,._.._......_ None
have had, enough of driving.'Theother ments you have. There are better claimants creditors persons firms,

to do in retirement than or corporations having 'claims against TOTAL LIABILITIES _..._._...__.._......__ .________ -.J2.699.320.14
things provided you buy things the defendant. PAN AMERI-

quality, will do'you for your life fuss with money. CAN SURETY COMPANY, are reQuired CAPITAL ACCOUNTS
time. Buy them at 63 and you 4. Are you still getting checkups to file all such claims with Capital: (a) Common stock. total par value SlOO. OO.OO
Honorable J. Edwin Larson State (b) Preferred stock, total par value $none total re-
can,pay for them'while the salary from the doctor? Treasurer and Insurance Commis- tlrable value J None -______- 100000.00
lasts. 5. Buy and pay for a good'' sioner. Receiver for Pan American I (c) Capital notes and debentures S None
Surety Company, at the State Capitol Surplus .... 100000.00
3. Count your money. Make wardrobe of quality retirement'clothes Tallahassee. Florida in accord Undivided profits _........._....___. ____ 74679.19
sure now that your savings In. (if you're not getting an- I ance ;:with Section 631.181. Florida Reserves (and retirement account for preferred capital) __ 10000.00

vestments pension ,and Social other Job). And let your wife get. Statutes.be presented 1961, and proofs filed of not claims later to TOTAL CAPITAL ACCOUNTS --...--.--------,--.-.. 284679.19
Security: will be sufficient to carry a new frock or two. I than December 3. 1962. or such
-------In retirement. Make sure 6. Pay all your'debts-for sure. claims shall be. forever barred. TOTAL LIABILITIES AND CAPITAL ACCOUNTS _._ 2983999.33
sworn proof of claim shall he net'
ihat there'll4 enough left,out .ofU Age 64,and,11 Months: forth in reasonable detail the MEMORANDA

of It, to carry,your, wife if you 1. Retire. One month short amount of the 'claim on the basis Assets pledged or assigned to secure liabilities and for other
upon which such amount can be purposes (including notes and bill rediscounted and, securities
should .die first. won't hurt your pension enough ascertained the facts upon which I sold with agreement to repurchase) __ ._.._, J 58t.009..0t'I
: Take J"Om.puise.. Get 'a tom matter.. And lorv' the rest"of the claim is based, and the priori- (a) Loans as shown above are aft. r deduction of valuation '
4r : ties asserted if any. All such reserves of .._._.._....._._........._... ?......___..______.._.__._.___ 44.100,00,
thorough' physical checkup from your life nobody has to know,how claims shall be verified by the affidavit (b) Securities as shown above are after deduction of valuation -

your:' doctor: and make arrange old you are. All you'll-ever have of the claimant. ,or someone reserves of ..._____.._.._._.___.._?....__.____...._.._.
authorized to act on- his behalf and State of Florida. County of Flagler
ments to see him every' six I to say Is that you retired voluntarily having knowledge of the facts and I., Howell V. Peavy, Cashier. of the above-named bank do solemnly; y
gnonths from now to 65. If anyihiag'ia before your retirement 1 shall be supported bv such' documents swear"that 'this report of condition Is true and correct to the best,of

wrong with you getthe, date., and, forever ,after you -can as may be material thereto. my knowledge and belief. ? ;
Forma will be furnished by the Correct-Attest: HOWKLt V. PKAVY .i
treatment, th .oper U n. or whatever be known as a man who made- -' Receiver upon request.J. CHARLES C. CREAtt'
,you need now' while your his pile early.. 4 i
-' urer and Insurance Commissioner O. F. ALFORD
hospital medical insurance Receiver. Pan American Surety, (SEAL) Directors '
will still F.r a..pr .* **. a.w Gli....a TearsUfet COMpany I Sworn to and subscribed, before me this Fifteen (15) .
policy Wit .company ... 'krJTkm.* C.U1as .... ftfm '
off. (Many* such policies ..ab ta .la ( tmp) U 0.B4.' Datea'.oflpublication3 1"1+ : ary 19S2. and I_ hereby'.''certify- ,' that I .am, not. an officer or dJrectoanUf-
pay NWNS.B.x- 11'11QI'Q"' ,Ccattfct 81-{ January 16.mt :I this bank. -
) January 25. 1962 i ; iiy commission expire June 30, U.4. CAMIEC. LYNN"
cease on retirement.. tU*. New r. k 17. N.T. .., Notarr.Public
... .. :. .Febsuasur..1.-1952.- January 11--ltc 't. _..'_ "

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Thursday, Jan. 18, 1962 THE FLAGLER TRIBUNE, BUNNELL.FLORIDA . . PAGE SEVEN '1 1Jfagle
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|I FLAGLER BEACHI in 1959, was a result. of two 500 tons, up 22 per cent; Jack- E
: &ac h I METHODIST CHURCH DeepwaterPorts I principal forces: The discontinuance sonville 1,142,750 tons, a gain of '!
\i of trade with Cuba and 2 per cent; Panama City 120,100
I school is at 9:30 A.M. 'i
Sunday the drop in Florida's construc.tlon' tons close to double the 1960
Continued From 4 \I[and worship service at 10:30. Show I
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industry. However, a strong figure; Pensacola 85,350 tons, up
WOMAN'S CLUB i Rev. R. N. Hoover, minister, upturn is indicated by checksof 10 per cent. Other ports making; t
CARD PARTY "said his theme for Sunday morn- 'Trade GainsFour port, activity during the last up the state .figure included: I
ing, January 21, will be "Sell. half of 1961 although statistics West ,Palm Beach, Miami. Boca. I
The Flagler Woman's Club ing Short." All meeting are held have not yet been compiled. The Grande and Tampa.
will hold a card and prize bingo : in the Flagler Woman's Club turn came as construction ma !
of Florida's, deepwater "These figures refer only tcr
party Friday 'nIght, at 7:30. Mrs. terials mbved into the state in r
H. G. Heydt is chairman of the i I A group from this church will ports showed gains in foreign'larger volume in response to a waterborne commerce with tf
committee. .. ',attend the Christian Witness trade during the first half of I strengthened demand and as efforts foreign lands and do not reflect
I[I Rally to be held at the First lastyear; in contrast to a drop 'to find new 'markets met the sizeable domestic and intra- 1
Serving with her are Mrs. I{Methodist Church in Daytona in the state total, the Florida.. with appreciable success.> ;Likely coastal waterway traffic carriedon
Phillip Kester, Mrs. Jasper '{Beach Thursday and anyone State Chamber of Commerce re 1961 will round out about equalto by the state's ports All data I
White Mrs. Paul Kelly, Mrs. wishing to join them may con- lates. 1960 when final reports are in. are based on ,preliminary reports -
Benny Clay, Mrs. Clarence tact Mrs. R. N. Hoover. ," the trade body pointed !
Shultz, :Mrs. Sam Novick, and "Port Everglades, Jacksonville, "Port Everglades handled 660- out j
Panama City and Pensacola jI
Mrs. Gilbert Frank. I
Wolff of handled total volume of
I Mr. and Mrs. Wally a over I
o Mrs. Heydt said many attrac I I Ormond Beach were visitors here two million tons in imports and 'L I I
five prizes will be given. The I Sunday afternoon. exports together during the six 24 Hour'" f
public is invited t may be purchased from club resented 40 per cent of the state
members or at the door. Mr. and 'Mrs. Harold Massie total and was 11 per cent greater Truck & Tractor Co
/ have -opened their motor court than the comparable 1960 ,
A and are. occupying the living figure. MASSEYFERGUSONGrove
Guilio .Ciccarello from Mount quarters there. Farm Industrial Equipment I
Vernon, N. Y. stopped over at "All foreign commerce, water- .
a local motel during the holi I borne, handled at the state's I Bunnell, Florida Phones: Day ID 7-3242 I
days and visited here with Miss Mr. and Mrs. Theodore Hahn larger ports during the first half Night ID 7-3529 I II
Betty Meadows and her uncle, I and their two sons arrived from of 1961 came to 5,032,450 tons, I VIRGIL DECKER RALPH DECKER I
f E. H. Anderson.Mr. Wakeman, Ohio, to visit here down 23 per cent from 1960. Owner Parts&Shop Manager I II I
I with Mr. and Mrs. J. P. Stryker, This downward trend, beginning I ..
t Sr. Mrs. Stryker is their niece.

and Mrs. Thomas E. May, I T....!..U.......Oft.!OCTHO.__ ON ALL.....-..MAD MICOTWNt CAUTION MTO.C-
Sr., of Flagler, ,Beach, announce I II
.,1 the birth of a daughter Monday, I Mr. and Mrs. Kenneth Givens
January 15th, in the East Coast' returned to their home here Saturday
Hospital in St. Augustine. I night after spending three
, 1 weeks in, Akron, Ohio, their :.
former home. K
Mrs. Agnes Lee has returned I _
' from visiting in Daytona Beach C. B. Hull and Lyman Gage
to her home here and will remain -I were business visitors in St.
I here this month. Augustine Monday.

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We hear lots of talk hope that something can be I _
t. about "change" during the done to change the buying I ; 4; ,
. month of January. habits of the local citizens
t Just as sleepy-eyed dad who have not come to realize -
i must get used to the new that their money goes
arrival, so must we all refartherand does more fort
member that it's now 1962 the community-when they
and get out of the habit of buy from local stores.
.. writing 1961 on letters and We think it makes sense ;
. checks. to deal with folks who may ;
" Most of us made some have need of some product
i, kind of a resolution for the or service which we ourselves : :
New Year. Personally, we may provide.

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for Your own sake!
Trade at Home

L f ", and community progress I

f i' - - - . .and just 4 days to cutting ]

INSIRE-Stay Insured & Rest Assured -.. .

I ..
I DIBROM was made for moments like this.When the right insect control can make ,
I GET THE BEST PROTECTION FROM Cnly minutes after spraying, every looper, the difference between market price and cull ,

aphid or cabbage worm that's been hit will price, remember DIBROM. Or, as one enthusiast i ,
H. T. COOK AGENCY be dead or dying.Yet the crop will be entirely put it: "DIBROM can sure bail you
I i free of DIBROM by the time it is cut. out of trouble."
One reason DIBROM is so effective is its
Bank Bunnell
Citizens BWg. ,
i fast kill. (A big advantage in,rainy weather, Helping the World Grow Better
\I -- II I when slower-acting insecticides can be
washed off before they do their job). Jt kills ,
I on .contact. Gives a thorough clean-up of' "

'j CRAIG FUNERAL HOME more' than 130 different insects including ,' ORTHODIBROM0

I most resistant ones. And in all stages of, i .
t A. H. CBAIG. Funeral Director growth except eggs and pupae. .. ,
i. JOHN HARDUf Associate Another reason: The short residual'life of -
OXYGEN DIBROM. You can use it up to four days of .
t. AIR LADY harvest on most crops (it's registered,for use '
CONDITIONEDCHAPEL I ATTENDANT I EQUIPPED on 35). Results on broccoli, spinach and :,.q ._
AMBULANCES cabbage, for instance have been spectacular. ;

. PLoae ID 7-3532 CALIFORNIA ,CHEMICAL COMPANY OBTHO,DIVISION 1731 Beach tree St., Atlanta, Georgiar

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PAGE EIGHT 'n / -- THE _ELAG&ER TRIBUNE, BUNNELL. FLORIDA Thursday, Jan. 18, 1962 :;

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.. CARD pF:> THANKS'. !tugboats! and even houses have I!a; single iron arch, it was struck . .
I "
:. bur heartfelt thanks to our : damaged or destroyed the picturesque I by a tugboat in 1939 and fell SO THIS IS THE
.. many friends. 'for their kindness, I spans over the Seine into the water. The Passerelle j -
.<. } the food, Mass cards, and flow River. Saint-Louis was patched up asj'I J
- ers. The charming Pont des Arts, a steel-and-wood "temporary"footbridge. : 3lL :

.Our. heartfelt thanks to Dr. a footbridge supported by eight An outraged news- I \m. fl
" Canakaris and also to all the graceful cast-iron arches, is the paper editor complained that its ( f\\

t nurSes for their kindness and latest Victim. The mast of a ugly beams "insult the sky." _

, moral support to our mother I I Ir motor vessel recently smashed The Pont 'des Arts runs be-

r, f and us during her illness in the I into the airy ironwork,. splitting I tween the Institut de France on
hospital. Your kindness will always one of the arches. the Left Bank and awing of

-fi; be cherished. Curiously, the first bridge- I the ,Louvre on the Right Completed
t:: "' ,' The Family oft builder of Paris often deliberately in 1804, the Pont des Arts (r J1 V :;

" t ....' ". Stella Skowronski.. destroyed their ''handiwork. was the first- iron bridge, in f --. 'j; ..
The ancient ParisH lived on a I Paris.. "" "
r t ": THANK YOU, I small island in the Seine, the ;''cMIJ j Jh 7 fV'0 ,',.
'We would like to express our He de la Cite'. When raids or I!I The bridge was privately own 'w : '( I \% :
sincere appreciation to our threatened ed for many years, and a toll -
other dangers the I I ft .
friends for their cards, calls, and tribesmen simply burned' their of one sou was levied on each II I

expressions, of sympathy at the I two wooden.bridges.. j,I user. On opening day, 64,000 .1\0 /
passing of my brother, Peter (persons- paid to cross. I 6\ {(\\1 ,

:Jabaly. Your kindness meantso Houses Weight SpansIn I I i In its early years, the Pont des &] \-v r; \i D %

much to us. Sincerely, the Middle Ages, houses I Arts was lined with orange 4)) .,0 ,
Mrs. Louis Trad and rl
... and shops were built on the trees, ami'shrubs set in gay V

l bridges to save space needed in 'white boxes. The 190-yard span \- '\ ; / !:
the crowded city. Furthermore, soon became a favorite of pro-
f 3 Man .And Nature, builders believed the weight enaders and strolling musicians., }. 3f \
strengthened the bridges. Occasionally Superb View, from Bridge ] .
V Pose Threats to a house burde.ned I The superb view from the ".w.s I Ir..J'

bridge would collapse, casting Pont des Arts encompasses the .:. __ .. . . . . .. . . .. .
::: Bridges of Paris doubt on this engineering theory pointed prow of the lIe de la I . "". . .Q.-. . . . . . . "' 1

: Cite, the Seine, with its quay- I FOR ALL HOURS-DAY OR NIGHT
Parisian bridges have been ,
:; Overloading, fire, and natural side anglers, and strollers, the : ;d .
falling down sporadically !
forces destroyed the Petit Pont noble outline of the Pont Neuf, :
throughout the city's 2,000-year AMBULANCE V
I seven times and the Pont Notre- and the spires and towers of I
history. PHONE VAlley 4-1625 I
I :
Dame five times. Paris.
Fire, flood, fee, wind, errant SERVICE
I The Pont-au-Change, named Because Paris's bridges are old I ST. AUGUSTINE FLORIDA t
for the' money-changers' shops and subject to many natural :
I I that once perched on it, burned and man-made hazards, they I Never be hesitant about calling a 'Garcia Ambulance. We

CLASSIFIEDADS and was rebuilt several times. are the special concern of mu- : are always at your service with promptness safety and .,(

Legend has' it that farmers from nicipal engineers who regularly : experience.
V the provinces often waited a test them for safety. After the I
': whole day to get up courage, to Pont des Arts was struck, bridge : Equipped With Oxygen Resusitator and Inhalator

cross the ill-fated bridge. inspectors found that its central :
Umtlngm under this headingare
of the most criti section 8 inches for I Garcia Funeral Home
3 cents **r word each Insertion Today, one sagged, a '
75 cents Is minimum charge. cized bridges, in Paris1 'is the length of 30 feet. The segment(\, :
P. E. GARCIA Licensed Fuueial DirectorLADY
FOR SALE-Five acres and tWo 1 Passerelle Saint-Louis., Rebuiltfor was removed and the span I .
houses outside limits I the third time in 1862 with closed. ASSISTANT I
just city ... I ,.. . . . . . ..... ..... . .. . .. .
," on old Haw Creek Road. Contact I 4 .-. . . . . . ,. .-J",. . .-. . ..ttJ". . . ._
' Robert Moody at Moody's Floral I -

Service, Phone ID 7-3240 or I I

ID FOR on Home 73622.valuable SALE and .Efficiency':corner Modern- lot apartments Retirement 100 l-ll-2tp jc.;100. I I:,I I' NOW A NEW 'WORLD OF WORYH V

Central Ave, 1 block north of

Highway 11., Phone HE 9-2300.

Jan. 18.4tc kIf1i1YJE i ,

FOR SALE in Flagler Beach two x..
bedroom house on two, lots on

" Lehigh Street and facing canal ,
. Bert Lonngren, HE 92021.
Jan Xl-2tp
': FOR RENT-2 bedroom house a.::. .. .: .:
r on waterfront lot in Venice Park;, -

t" 'Available February 5. Call ,
. HE 9.2343 for keys. 1-4-tf k Corvair DS Cavan
'SEPTIC TANK-cleaning reason- ,
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able rates. George Jarosz phone

ID 73410. 11-2 to 4-26-tp Model Ctl3l f/eetsldePlchup

'. 1V' 5 VV __ V V U I1IVV. _. V :" .
FOR RENT OR SALE-3 bedroom

house at north end of Pal V
metto, Flagle.r Beach, on boat _
canals, cool pleasant' living, exceptional 62 CHEVY .
value, beautiful interior ,
... and exterior $90.00 per

month for September 1 occu- To do your particular Jobs more "
pancy. Contact present rentersor efficiently,. this year "Chevrolet
Alexander Lumber Co., Daytona offers 10 High Torque engines including JO''BMASIER TR'UCKS
,t' Beach, Florida. 7-20-TF a 261-cu.-ln. Six* In light- -
models that need extra power
r Ocean front housekeeping apartments -
i" . a 327* and a 4O9-cu.-ln. VB,
- 1 and 2 bedrooms compete
most powerful In Chevrolet history

_..V', : V Sun with deck linens, fishing and, all swimming utilities., .OM..andtwone'wdlese/sChevro/ei.4-53 and 6V-53.. BUILT BETTER TO KEEP SAVING AND SAVING AND SAVING AND

,.r' S loafing. Day, week or month. -
t,' Sun Sea Manor, Flagler Beach. I Chevrolet has been first in! the 9. c I \ -. -
(,,, HE 9-2082, V 7-6tf truck business since 1937 because itZ&VFSX'SSFS 'l-g\\ .: x


:L:. 2-bedroom garage apartment count there'were 424,381 more Chev
Call ''HE 9-2318, or see Zeke rolet trucks over 10 years old still work-

; : V Chaffee.* 11-17-tf ing and saving than any other'make. | DDCIQuality (;-.flf'1f1I. ,+ Jjj -. .- ,
... -f-
is always a smarter investment -
!; RENT furnished 2 bedroom
1 "- FOR one bath house, Daytona Ave.-, ,. especially when its i purchase 'AND SAVING AND SAVING AND SAVING AND SAVING AND
price is strictly competitive.
V Flagler Beach. Completely ren,
Let your Chevrolet dealer show
r, ovated. $65.00 per month. Keys you truck quality point by point. I '- .- -
:: o"i .
can be picked up1 at Sullivan'sGulf
pare carefully.,Then make your --
Station. Nov 10tfr sion. We believe it will be Chevrolet'

.-. ,, - -r- -'-r-ir--"V--F"-'F-'- _, OpUentl tl titri corf. SAVING) AND SAVING AND SAVING AND SAVING AND SAVING '

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FRONT, 4t.- j- dour {-
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