The Flagler tribune

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The Flagler tribune
Place of Publication:
Bunnell Fla
Creation Date:
February 23, 1961
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Newspapers -- Bunnell (Fla.) ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Flagler County (Fla.) ( lcsh )
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United States -- Florida -- Flagler -- Bunnell
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Dates or Sequential Designation:
Began in 1917?
Dates or Sequential Designation:
-69th year, no. 36 (Sept. 3, 1981).
General Note:
Mrs. M.B. Fuller, editor.
General Note:
Description based on: Vol. 43, no. 20 (June 2, 1955).

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of SmallMunicipalities
I'. League IS MISS BUNNELL HI Explains... PANCAKE SALE l City CommissionHears

Miss Faye Bass was the win- ] i The Bunnell Lions Club Pan-
ner in the Miss Bunnell High Senior Citizens cake Breakfast will be held Two Men

Contest Saturday evening. Other Saturday morning in front of

Hold Meet HereThe finalists were Miss ,Mary Jo I the court house,. Club ,President
Daugherty, Miss Jamesen Dawson 1 Housing Fred Fruits, said today. On Water Plan

League of Small Municipalities I and Miss Janice Lovelace. : I They will begin serving at 6:30

met in Bunnell Thurs- Miss JoAnn Morris, winner of A. 'James, consultantfor in the morning and in ease of The Bunnell City Commis-

day evening for a dinner meet- the contest last year, presented S.C.H.A., spoke to interested bad weather will serve the sioners accepted the preliminary '
ing with city officials representing torphies and David Cook crown- individuals Monday at the breakfast in the Masonic Hall sketches of Don Alford archi- !

Pierson, Orange City, Lake ed Miss Bass. Woman's Club blillding. dining room.Owners. tect, for the remodeled stage

Helen, Flagler Beach and Bun- The contest is sftmsored each "Questions and answers relating area of the Bunnell Community
nell. Forty-four officials and I[year by the Tri-Hi-Y Club of to the project for housing Center building at their meeting
their guests were present. Bunnell High School. for the aging was an informa- Monday evening. Mr. Alford was

Rudolph D. Peterson, city clerk tive part of the program," Mrs. instructed to proceed with detailed -
of Flagler Beach, was elected I Pal Parker said. Some of the Lands plans.
president of the league. City Legion Auxiliary answers given were how a non- The plans call for remodelingthe

Commissioner Jack Clegg of profit organization; which could I Asked To Meet present stage area for use

Bunnell was elected vice presi- ReorganizationAnd sponsor the program, be bene- as a dining room and meetingroom.
dent. DJck Pearce of Pierson was fitted, and the advantages for I Flagler county residents whose The kitchen and two rest

named to serve as secretary- InstallationFifth the community, county and busi- I properties were annexed on the rooms will be added to the rear
treasurer.C. i ness people in 'the area. "Moral north and south ends to the of the building.The .

B. Eisenbach of Bunnell I support of all civic organizationsand Town of Flagler Beach should commission also discusseda
District President Mrs.C. .
and Tom Duncan, of Flagler churches of all denomina- meet at the court house in Bun- proposal for a water treating
H Lowrie of The American
Beach were named to serve on : tions is extremely important to nell, Thursday, February 23, at system to remove the iron from
the board of "directors. Legion Auxiliary was presentfor gain the consideration of indi- 7:30 P.M., Mrs. Pal Parker said the city water supply. Dr. B. F.
the and in-
The league meets each three reorganization viduals," Mr. James said. today. Gilcress, of the University of
stallation of officers for
months and the next meeting Flagler Technical answers on sourceof State 'Senator Verle A. Pope Florida, and Mr. Hughes of Daytona
Unit 115 of The American Legion ,
will be held in Pierson.A finances showed money is and Representative W. L. Wads- Beach, were invited to sub-
turkey dinner, with all the Monday evening. She was available for advancing 100 per I worth will be present for the I mit a written proposal of their
assisted in
the officers
trimmings, was served in the installing cent of total cost of the project. people they represent to meet plans.
Bunnell Masonic Lodge dining by Mrs. Amy Moran and Mrs. Only two percent will be need- with them. They wish to learn Also discussed and voted on
Bertha Roohn also of Jackson-
room. I I ed for operating capital at the the desires and needs of their was to apply for special legis
II I ville.Mrs. completion of the buildings. In constituency before the legisla- lation for a salary bill for city
Laura Morris in-
was dividuals are not expected to do- ture convenes, said George commissioners. Mayor Jack
State Democratic
stalled as president and Mrs. nate, it was declared. Moody, Democratic Committee Clegg said he would abstain
Mary Smith vice president Chap- "The impact of a' Senior Citi- Chairman. from voting on the measure be-
Committee to Hold lain was :Mrs. Luellen Deen .
I zens Center with recreation fa- "State of Florida and Richard cause he did not plan to run
historian, Mrs. Frances Wads-
cilities will be terrific on Flag- W Ervin, Attorney General of for reelection.
District Caucuses worth; secretary-treasurer, Mrs. ler's economy," said Pat Smith ,J State of Florida as Relator and Candidates who have qualifiedfor

James Milligan, chairman oft I Eula Fuller; sgts. at arms, Mrs. of Smitty's Phillips 66 Station_ E. H. Threadgill as Co-Relator the commissioner posts in

the State Democratic Executive I Vickie Cyzyckl and Mrs. Nazhla "and I, believe our Business peo vs., Town 'of Flagler Beach, a the March 7 election are Levi. f
'0' ,-Committee-of Florida.announcesthe Trads :....*&\ & pie will do something about it' Municipal Corporation, is a legal Brannam,"Sr., wh5Ts"s kIng-reelection 11
'advisory committee had approved Plans to send a"representativeto "One of the prime objectivesis suit now pending because of Curtis Rodgers, and :
Girls State session in Talla- 'i
the recommendation to .. to keep the senior citizens annexation by the present Flag- H. V. Peavy.IPeople .
sponsor a series of congressional hassee this summer were made. from becoming a group of sep- ler Beach town officials, Mrs. E
It was also voted to hold the
district legislative committee artet from the community," Mr. Parker said. Invited 'I
Annual Sale the Sat-
Poppy on
hearings and Democratic cau- James said, :and added, "a 77- "Most of the land is unim-
cuses in Florida, prior to the ap- urday before Memorial Day. year-old man is oniy a 60-year proved and uninhabitable," said I To Be Present at '
Following the meeting, the !
proaching session of the state old-man who has lived 17 longer Mrs. Parker, "and Flagler Beachis
Auxiliary joined the Legion for .I
legislature.The and does not want to be not financially equipped to
refreshments.Mrs. Demo caucus Today
of the pushed aside useless." conveniencessuch
purpose congressional I as provide any city
Lowrie the
district legislative com- presented The centers are for healthy retired as good water, fire protec- The public is invited to at-
mittee hearings and, Democratic I Bunnell Unit with a Department people who want to get tion, sidewalks, etc. tend the Legislative Caucus on
Citation for their Child
caucusesis to invite and encourage I away from custodial care. proposed local legislation at the
members of the State Program last year.Church's "I feel that it is a tremendous court house tonight, (Thursday).

and County Democratic Execu- project too broad in its scope for Mother Dies in The caucus is sponsored by the .

tive Committees: as well as the Woman's Club alone," Presi- Flagler County Democratic Ex-
members of Democratic Clubs, Father dent Marie Brede said, and "it St. Augustine ecutive Committee. State Sena-

to appear before the legislative 1 II I should be embraced by all the tor Verle A. Pope and Represen-
committee at these hearings, j Died WednesdayIn civic clubs and churches county- Nursing HomeMrs. tative William Wadsworth will
which will be held in their respective -I wide." be present to discuss the legis-

congressional .districts, Beach "Good water can be made : Frances Powers of St. lative program with the peopleof
to give the committee the bene-I Daytona available by an on-the-site Angustine, mother of Mrs. Jack the county.

fit of any constructive recommendations I! 'treating plant and deep wells," Forson of Bunnell, passed away

or suggestions they ,I Noah Cleveland Church, father -:Pal Parker said, and "I am experienced Tuesday in a St. Augustine Charles M. Robb
feel will be beneficial for the of L. H. Church of Bunnell, in this type of engineering nursing home following a long
progress and welfare of the died early Wednesday morningof I and it is not difficult." illness. She was born in Chi-

Democratic Party in Florida.A last week at the home of his cago, Ill., and had resided in Dies Saturday

specified"amount of time daughter in Daytona Beach. Mrs. Eleanor Shill St. Augustine for the past 55 After IllnessCharles
will be set aside at each of these Mr. Church was a life-long years. Long

congressional district legislative resident of the Purlear Community Passed Away Survivors include three daugh- M. Robb of Daytona
committee hearings for a Demo- near Wilksboro, N. C. He SundayIn ters, Mrs. Jack Forson of Bun Beach, father of Mrs. S. C. Fox

cratic caucus, where the chair- was" member of the New Hope Local nell; Mrs. John Andrews and of Flagler Beach, passed awayin
men, vice chairmen and mem- Baptist Church there and the Hospital :Mrs. Herman McQuaig of St. a Daytona Beach nursing

bers of the County Democratic Order of Juniors. He was 78 Mrs. Elenaor Tener Shill of Augustine; two sons, Ralph L. home Saturday following a

Executive Committees will be years of age. Flagler Beach passed away Sun- Powers and Allen F. Powers of lengthy illness. He was born In

invited to make recommendations Mr. and Mrs. Church were day morning at the local hos St. Augustine; two sisters, Mrs. Leon, Iowa, and had lived in

as to how the State Demo- spending the. winter months pital, following an illness of Helen Inghram of Dallas, Texas; Daytona Beach two years, going
cratic Committee can promote, visiting here with his son and two weeks. and Mrs. Blanch Wolf of St Au- there from Adah Mich.

coordinate or sponsor ideas or daughter in law and in Daytona Mrs. Shill born in Phala- gustine. Twelve grandchildrenand He was a retired machinist,
programs to help' build a more Beach with his daughter, Mrs. delphia. two great-grandchildren also and a member of the Congrega-

effective patriotic party organi- Joe Wellborn.He Flagler Beach for the past 23 survive. tional Church. He was 89 yearsof
zation from the precinct level. is survived by his wife, years. She was a member of She was a member of the age;

The first of the series of con- Carolina Yates Church, of Pur- the First Christian Church of Catholic Church, The Catholic He is survived by his daughter -

gressional and Democratic cau lear; three daughters, Mrs. Joe Philadelphia. She was 80 yearsof Daughters of America, and The Mrs. S. C. Fox of Flagler
cuses will be held in Orlando, Wellborn, Daytona Beach; Mrs. age. Women of the Moose of which Beach; one sister, Mrs. Anna .

at the Cherry Plaza hotel, on O. B. Tadlock of Charlotte, and ''I Survivors are four sons, Henry she held the office of Senior Agee of San Francisco, Calif.;
Saturday February 25', at 10:30A. : :Mrs. Sam Roughton of Greens- Shill and George Shill of Flagler Regent She also was a life a half-sister Dr. Edith Robb of

M. All members of the State boro. Four sons, Dr. Avery Beach; Richard of Enterprise, member of the St. Augustine Palo Alto, Calif; two brothers,
and County Democratic Commit- Church Winston-Salem, L. H. Ala.; and Harold Shill of West- Boating Club. Walter and Wilson of San Fran-

tees, state senators and membersof Church of Bunnell, Dr. Wayne field N. Y. Also surviving are The Rosary was said at the cisco. One grandchild, one great

the house of representatives, Church of Charlotte, and Carl seven grandchildren. Craig Funeral Chapel in St Au- 1[grandchild, and eight nelces.
county office holders ,and mem- Church in the Air Force at Madrid Private funeral services were gustine at 8 o'clock Wednesday I and nephews also survive.

bers of Democratic Clubs and Spain.v : One other son, held from the Craig Funeral evening. A memorial servicewas I Funeral services were held

other interested Democrats are Raleigh was ki l d'In World Chapel of Bunnell at 4 o'clock held by The Women of the from the Craig Funeral ChaPelof

invited and urged to participatein War 1I.Funeral. Tuesday afternoon. Rev. :Millard Moose at 8:30. Funeral service Bunnel at U o'clock Tuesday.

this session which will last service was held from Brock, pastor of the First Bap- will be at the-Catholic Churchin Rev. Ronald Ekburg, pastor of
until all have had.- an opportunity the New Hope Baptist Church in I tist Church of Flagler Beach, St Augustine at 9 o'clock this the Congregational Church of
to be heard. Purlear Sunday afternoon. I officiated. morning. J Jc Holly Hill, officiated.



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PAGE TWO THE FLAGLER. TRIBUNE BUNNELL FLORIDA & .. Thursday Feb., A23. ; 1961 ,1,1I 1

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Meehan tallied*10 points. 1 I J. Meehan ,'2i* 4;:,3 7 I' Kuleski. ., ;4 1 :;.0 8 (

The Bulldogs will travel to B. Parson lt3t"0;| 2 Metts. J30 1..0" 0 4(

DeLand Friday night to play the Kelly 1t*: 0 .0 2 1.1. '
Black Knfgths of Florida .Military I Segvi -1 -00 2 ;t6 18:4: 36 f

School, and will travel to I Reyes 0- 0 0 0 i (
St. Joe J.V. Fg Ft Fm Pts
Hawthorne Saturday night to jt
I Dupont '0 3 0 0
wind i I 13 9 35 !
up their"regular season.; 13 : (
I Kieough 0 1 0 0
I I (
March j
2 the Bulldogs will enter '
Russ 0 1 0 0 J II!
the Group 4C, Tournament to be j
Blashingame 2
The Bunnell Bulldogs had an I ii held in Hillard and will meet ,
i Bulldogs had a field goal to DRUBS LISTLESS FLASHES !Toner -1 0 0 2
excellent week and won two Hastings in the first round. I I
I I their advantage. The final score Bunnell J.V. smothered the St. :Meeham 1 0' 0 2 I
games last week. Tuesday night Bulldogs! I wish you lots of
iwas I 29 to 27. Joe J.V. in the second quarter
they played Florida ,Military luck at Hilliard. Sorry I can'tsee :
I with 16 Tuesday night to 4 14 4 12
Academy which turned out to Mike McMillan led the scoring that game. I know you boysare \
drub the listless J.V. 36 to 12.
be a thriller. with 9 points followed by going to do,a good job there. \1
I Dean Peterson 'and E. Kuleskiled
The game was a low scoring H. Kuleski and O. Emery with ,.
Bunnell Ft Fm Pts the to their tenth TV SERVICEALL
Fg Bulldogs
when the final
affair and 6 points each. For the Black I
Canakaris 1 2 0 2 victory in 14 games. R. Tucker
the the \
j whistle game Knights, Duncan had 8 points.
McMillan6 2 0 12 and Don McNab played a good : MAKES

Friday night the Bulldogs Moody' 0 0 0 0 floor game. Lopez did a good Agent For j

CLASSFZEDADS! played Hastings at Hastings.The Q. Emery 5 2 0 10 I rebounding job. For the Flashes
Bulldogs had an easy time J. Burnsed 2 3 1 5 Blashingame had 8. points. :

I i i I in downing the Spud boys 50 I II R. Morris 0 0 0 0 Bunnell 1.V. Fg Ft Fm Pts TUBES A ANTENNAS SOLD

to 40 to bring their season record i H. Kuleski 7 1 0 14 Peterson 4 3 1 9 AND INSTALLED
to 125. Coach McGriff had Robertson 0 0 0 0 Hosford 0 2 0 0
Listings under this heading are some of the JV boys play. The McNab 3. 1 0 6
3 cent per word each Insertion,
75 cent I* minimum charge varsity boys scoring was -led by 21 10 1 43 H. Emery 1 0 0 2 '

i M. McMillan with 14 points 2 0 2 'TVBobFLAGLER
FOR SALE-Large stucco 2-bed- I ; I i I Lopez .9

room, living and dining room, H. Kuleski 10; R. Canakaris 9; i iI 'I St. Joe Fg Ft Fm Pts Polk 0 1 0 0

sleeping porch, outside shower.i I J. Burnsed 9. For Hastings, R. Dupont 1 0 0 2 R. Tucker 1 1 0 2 BEACH ,

furnished I I I Knoer had 19 with Magarian 15. F. Gooch 5 2 2 12 Missine 1 2 2 4
1 block ocean, partly PHONE HE 9-2204 'I
B. Redmond 3 4 4 10 ''Gary 0 2 1 1 .
fireplace, Flagler Beach, Central
Our Bunnell girls, who were I .
, at 22nd, $6,500. W. T. Lloyd, runners-up in the St. Johns Con

}i owner. See and make offer. ference for the second consecutive -

Feb. 23 &. March 2-2tp I: year, will Jose two of their t AREA BUSINESS DIRECTORY J

t .
FOR RENT-two and three-room,j I players through. graduation>

furnished apartments. Week, Molly Ricks, high scoring for. I .

month,permanent. Utilities furn ward, and Patricia Neisen, sub- AUTO SERVICEMcDANIEL'S BUILDING SUPPLIES- FLOOR COVERING \
forward. Our girls did very well] I I
: ished. Capitol :Motel (under new
at the St. Johns River Conference WICKLINE Tilecraft Company"LET
ownership) at Korona. I I

Feb. 16tiWANTEDa Tournament Service Station Building Supplies US FLOOR YOU"I I
Armstrong & Kentile
We had three of our girls CEMENT CEMENT BLOCKS
I -
good reliable man
to supply customers: with Raw,picked for all.conference-Sandy Tires-Batteries-Minor STEEL Work Guaranteed
Repairs r
leigh Products in Flagler Co. I Gumble and Grace Steflik were Flagler Beach HE 9.2254 Ormond Beach OR 7-3181 I

See C.D. Gall, R No. 2, Box 223, t picked as guards, and Sheila I Bunnell ID 7-7119

Palatka, or write Rawleigh's, I Westbrook, leading point scorer, I CLEANERS FURNITURE 1

Dept. FAB360.127, Memphis, I was picked as a forward. Biddle Gulf Service Ormond Bedding and


Bunnell G Ft Fm Pts GULF TIRES & BATTERIESOpen i Substantial Discounts on AllBEDSSOFASFURNITURE
FOR SALE-Flagler Beach house

partly furnished. Two bedrooms, 0; Emery 3 1 0 6 7 A.M.-10 P.M.-7 Days CLEANING $10 Tradein Covers Down Payment I
C. Bratcher 1 0 0 2 SERVICE R. S. ROBENBERRY
CCB, large lot,, located on Palmetto State.&Lambert US 1-ID 7-7190 Owner I II
I Ave/in',Venice,Park. Price M. McMillan'/. ;-" G 12 2. 14 Open Dally S to 6 I 68 Granada Ormond Ben. OR 7-4411

$8,500.00. Call Ed Mathews, lB. Moody *.Q" 0 0 0 Colonial Service StationEARL 'Phone-ID 7-3188
BaySL (I
N. Bunnell
Gainesville FR 69064. R. Canakaris 4 3 1 9 I
1 E. RICE. Proprietor I
Dec. 1 Tf. J. Lopez 0 0 0 0 GAS'OILLUBRICATIONMOTOR Gray's Garden Center

J. Burnsed 3 6 3 9 CONCRETE PRODUCTS Headquarters for Gardening Weed
FOR RENT-Unfurnished large I E. Kuleski 0 0 0 0 I TUNE-UP Ceramics Gifts Dry Arrangement

2.bedroom garage apartment.I H. Kuleski 4 2 2 10 GOODYEAR TIRES & BATTERIES Your "Q" For ConcreteDial Annuals Shrubbery Materials Fertilizers
Call HE 9.2318, or see Zeke U.S. HIWAY 1 BUNNELL
Chaffee. 11-17-tf R. Morris 0 0 0 0 CL 3-8113 TORO LAWN MOWERS

147 Tomoka Avenue-Ph. OR 7-0511
I 14 Sullivan's Gulf Service DAYTONA BEACH OIIMONU
21 8 50
FOR SALE Your best buy in
New 2 bedroom Hastings G Ft Fm Pts GULF HARDWARE
town. home. Tile Quillian's Concrete Inc.
screened I
Magarian 6 4 3, 15 THAT FAMOUS PAINT
porch, terrazzo floor, extra big Beach Information
garage with half bath. Water R. Knoer 5 12 9 19 "Specializing Service and DRUG STORES Exclusively at
I Clean Rest Rooms"In .
Kaiser l' 4 2 4 '
front lot. Third house on Avalon The Heart of Flagler Beach .
*Ave.t in Venice Park. J. Parker :: : 0 2 0 0 i Anderson Drug Store a&ttz 00-= FLAGLER BEACHHARDWARE

AND Hunter 1 0 0 2 ..
I AUTO REPAIRS Prescriptions

3 bedroom home, 2 tiled baths, Sick Room Supplies Flagler Beach HE 9-2103
big electric kitchen, Florida a 13 22 14 40 EDGAR'S GARAGE I '- Sundries

room, 2 single garages, and work I II 24-Hour Towing Service BUNNELL Village Hardwar. Center
Bunnell Fg Ft Fm Pts HOUSE PAINTS
shop or boat house on water COMPLETE AUTO REPAIRS

front lot. Third house on Lan- Robertson, 0 0 0 0 Automatic Transmission Service Match and mix any color

tana Ave., Venice Park. See McMillan 4 3 1 9 I Wheel Balancing-Front Alignment End Moody's PharmacyFlagler Builder's Supplies Kitchenware

Emil Huber, builder, Lantana Q. Emery 3 1 0 6 240 Granada Ormond-OR 7-OS93 County's Corner Drug store GIFTS GREETING CARDS

Ave., HE 92196. 12.15-tf Canakaris 0 2 1 1 I PRESCRIPTIONS AlA Ormond Beach CL 2.0420


FOR RENT-furnIshed 2 bedroom J. Burnsed 2 0 0 4 JEWELER

one bath house, Daytona Ave., R. :Morris Q 0 0 0 HOLLY HILLHYDROMATIC FOUNTAIN SERVICE O. F. BEACH
Bunnell, Fla. Phone ID 73661
Flagler Beach. Completely ren- H. Kuleski 2 8 2 6 SERVICE Jeweler

ovated. $65.OO per month. Keys
I. Repairing RebuildingCentral ORMOND PRESCRIPTION Elgin Watches-Diamonds
can be picked up at Sullivan's "12 16 5 29 Florida's first specialists In Exceptional Gifts
1239 Ridgrewood Holly Hill Sundries Watch Repairs-Engraving
OR 7-1381 Room Supplies-
FOR SALE-Charming new 2 BULLDOGS WIN 24-Hour Prescription Service 48 W. Granada Ormond Beach

bedroom home in Flagler Beach. THIRD STRAIGHTHot BAR AND PACKAGE STOREBAMBOO Free Delivery in Flagler Beach OR 7-2384

Tile roof, terrazzo floors, stylish shooting by Harry Kuleski, Rt. AlA 1 mi. North of PAINTING CONTRACTOR
kitchen-dining room. Sodded ORMOND BEACH-Tel. OP. 7-1661
Mike :McMillan and Q. Emery
waterfront lot; direct access to (
got the Bulldogs off to a fast Thompson PharmacyYour R. Moody
Inland Watenvay. Take'2nd St. BAR &- COCKTAIL
I''k start in the first quarter to lead I Health Is Wealth
to end turn rt. $12,800. Contact LOUNGE
I the St. Joe Flashes 142. Put YourPRESCRIPTIONS PAINTINGPhone
local broker or P.O. Box 457,
In the second quarter, :Mike I Open Under New ManagementCome
Flagler Beach, Fla. Dec. 1-tf
was still hot and Jerry Burnsed In and Get AcquaintedOcean In Our Hands ID 7.3240

FOR RENT on the ocean 1 and warmed up and the half ended I Blvd AlA Flagler Beach Ormond,Drug & Prescription Shop BUNNELL, FLORIDA
141 W. Granada-Ormond 7-1421
2 bedroom apartments completely with the Bulldogs in the lead

I furnished, utilities included.I 28 to 17. Kuleski and Emery FLAGLER 'BEACH GILL DRUG COMPANY RADIO-TELEVISION

I Sensible rate day, week, month, ; took over in the last quarter and PAUL'S RADIO & TV

i or permanent. Sun Sea :Motel I the Bulldogs, downed the Flashes HOTEL BAR Walgren AgencyPRESCRIPTIONS Atenna Sales & Installations

-formerly Flagler Manor- 43 to 35 to win' heir last three I"The Meeting Placeof Authorized Sales RCA VictorWe

9-15-tf straight games and four out of Flagler County" Sick Room Supplies Sundries repair all other TV&Radio aeu
five. Jim and Yvonne ServingHBon"LE 19 W.'Granada. Ave. Ormond Beach 1370 Ocean Blvd AlA

JOHNSTON'S Bonnie Canakaris was held to OR5250 J,. Ormond Beach OR 7.2852. .'

I two points. Kuleski was high FUEL OILKING'S
man with 14 points "with. Q.
Emery also connected five times TRUCK STOP
WATER FRONT, FARMS Wagon Wheel Nursery
field for 10 BOTTLE or BULK II
ACREAGESee from the tallies and PHILLIPS 66 GAS & OILS Shade Trees Potted Plants
added rebounding power for the FLAGLER COUNTY'S: ONLY '
I us for your real estate needs t Delivery In the County on Shrubs
Office Phone HE 9-2242 J I II Bulldogs. The Bulldogs as a OWNED Fuel. OH Kerosene, Tractor Fuel 1.000' plants free; one with every
'whole, played,a,yery good game. PHONE ID 1-3551 Gasoline dollar you spend. Thousands of
Residence Phones rarities
ID 7-3691 at reduced prices. Best In
For the Flashes; Clay Gooch was Help Flagler County Grow town. ,
or ID 7-3517 I high man with 12, while Jim By Shopping at Home U.S. 1 N. Bunnell ID 7-3678 I g8 8. u.s. 1 Hvrr OrmoBd BeachL.


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, I ticularly was enjoying prosper

Prosperity Period Prior Marked To.South's with ity. Ships cargoes sailed of rice"'from,cotton-and her ports I[(:ARDY Tombtorr I extra FREE gallon PAINTOne of your choice'

: indigo, returning with silver, with each gallon you buy
furniture, silks, books, and other Mary Carter Paint Store
AUo fYeitnte Kboppln Canter
When South Carolina. trigger-I South Carolina's Low Country' /_-BUT:I'VE FORGOTTEN'
ed the secession of Southern was a mosaic of rich plantationsin WHAT IT J 1
States a century ago, the Nation a romantic setting of majestic CREEPS FATHER CALLED 1I
1 'was in a period of'progress and I rivers, yellow-green marshes, AND VDU SOMETHING I Community

prosperity. magnolias; cypress, and pine, of Memorial ChurchInterdenominational
Politically, the months were avenues of'live oak bearded all II i
violent preceding South Caro over with gray moss.
lina's withdrawal from the Plantation life, with its chivalric \o AIR CONDITIONED
tournaments, deer hunts and Daytona Ave.
, ..... Union on December 20, 1860. T ,
The North and South had split horse races, barbecues, and FLAGLER BEACH
into two armed camps, with stately balls, was gracious. But Sunday School 10:00: A.M.
opinon hardened on the issuesof it was far from indolent Church Service 11:00 A.M.
slavery and secession.But ''Thousand'Inter sts & ObJects""It i
the prewar period also would, be impossible," R.EVERYONE W. DICKERT.WELCOME Paator
"was a time of technical innova- wrote planter-novelist William

lion, the National Geographic Gilmore Simms to a Northern DOMT WORRY, DEAR! IT.' HE'S BRINGING
Society says. friend in 1857, "to give you any,I ITS'ALMOST SIX____ HIS BOSS HOME FOR
"Home Lighting Demonstrated.A just idea of the thousand in HE'LL BE HOME: FOR DINNER/ Blackwell'sRestaurant
revolutionary marvel, home i terests and objects demanding DINNER IN A MINUTE""IANYWAY
electric lighting, had'been suc- constant care, watch, thought, .
cessfully demonstrated New and variety of resources, which
'York hotel, to the consternation flow from the charge of 70 ne 18th St. & AlA
of many guests, had installedthe groes, and the cultivation of 600 Flagler Beach .'
first passenger elevator. The acres of land; these involving SHRIMP
New York and Erie Railroad the use of 20 horses, half a score
had put into service sleeping of wagons, as many carts, a : CHICKEN
cars. Winchester had produced blacksmith shop, a carpenter's, I a 0 0000 0 BARBECUEFISH

Ills first repeating rifle. cotton gin, screw threshing o 0 o e
i During the summer of 1860, houses, and heaven knows what 00 SANDWICHES
the Great Eastern, then the big all besides." f 0 I

gest ship afloat, made its maid. "Many plantation families ftJ'"'..,...........!'.....!'...... ..........................!'......."...!'.!'................
en voyage from England to spent summers in Charleston, "We intended going to Charleston -
New York. The Pony Expresswas 'the State's- oldest city, or Beau- next week but I feel rather
braving Indians to speed fort. They maintained handsome doubtful about it...I would be
mail to and from the West town houses of brick or sorry to give up the trip for AMBULANCE
Coast. wood, usually with spacious pi I the beau-pere has engaged
The United States Congress azzas to catch the sea..breeze. i rooms for us at the Charleston SERVICE
-enacted a bill to establish the Charleston Impressed pan Eng- Hotel. I couldn't go at a better ST. AUGUSTINE. FLORIDA

Government Printing Office, lishman, traveling in the South I time for the beau-pere will have Never be hesitant about calling a Garcia Ambulance. We
which was to become the largest during the great plantation era, his carriage and horses and and
are always at your service promptness safety
printing establishment. in theworld. as one of America's first cities servants there...'
and "one in which the conveni- I experience.

In the field of fashion, "a new ences of luxury are most to be Feeding the huge tiger sharks Equipped With Oxygen Resusitator and Inhalator
type of steel hoop lightened the met with." I at Marine Studios is quite a
burden of women's floor-sweepIng Not long before the winds of 1 chore. They prefer fresh shark. Garcia Funeral Home
skirts. Men's haircuts cost war were to blow away peace I meat and like to have it dangled I '
about 12 cents. and prosperity, the young mis near the surface of the wa.I.II P. E. GARCIA, Licensed Funeral Director

South Carolina," ,with a non- t treSs' of Belvedere plantation I jter where they can devour it LADY ASSISTANT

slave population of 291,000, par- i confided, in a letter to a friend, easily. I Ir.rr....._'".......D.'a.l'........!'..............................._..._".._ .

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':. :. .. \i-iI FLACLER-BEACH Moore, shortstop; Mike Bross, r different stages of fermentation
": SCHOOL NEWS leftfield; David Johnson, centerfield the various rooms that were-
f ; : ; Sixth Grade Tours Plant ; Butch Wilson, rightfield. 'completely filled with flour in
: .F ltg el' ea c n ,, -: The sixth grade of the Flagler Whitesox-Gary Watson, captain one room, fruit in another, eta,
-. Beach, Elementary School wenton ''I' pitcher; John McDaniel and the big wrapping machine-
.... i..; a.;.,. ., '" LUNA BABBITT a tour of the Lehigh Portland catcher; Johnny Meigs, 1st base; I which they ran'. especially for
I'f ':"' Telephone HEmlock 9._, _- .. .1'Cement plant Tuesday, February I Scott Wilder, 2nd base; Dale Abbott l the children.
.-.... i 21. They were guided through I 3rd base; Bill Ty''shortstop
: :
-' : WOMAN'S SUPPER '. I Joe George Robbie, leftfield .1 I Each child received a cookie,
."' .. FLACLER CHICKEN ', i by Seale, Elmer Golien and I I ;
- '_.... CLUB NEWS I A SUCCESS Richard Littlefield. ; Wayne Owens, centerfield I a pencil and a booklet about
: I II I I
I the bread.
-. process making
: The students enjoyedseeing I I I Charles Morrison, right field.
tr:-f- Added attractions of the "Eve- I The Winsome Class of the 1 j jI :I the i Parents that helped supervise
plant in operation, and they
.. '.- ning of Mirth Minstrel," to be 1 j I First Baptist Church was happy I:the group were Mrs R. F. Mc
were amazed by the tremendoussize
:,';, repeated by popular request at I with I the response they received Toured Bakery :Daniel, Mrs. Bill Babbitt, and
r[' the Civic Center in Bunnell next!!on their chicken supper last and complexity. Parents Mrs. Suzanne Bourne, second I I Mr. Lee Bourne.
24, beginning :I in the church 'base who helped supervise the group grade teacher at the Flagler
:- '_:-5 Friday evening, February Tuesday
... were Mrs. Roselle Britt, Mrs. Joe I I Beach school, took her class fora
}... at 8 P.M:, areas follows ment. They considered it a suc- I
: I I I cess in every way and they are Seale and Mrs. Elmer Golien. visit to the Dandee.Bakery Co. O. F. ALFORD
in Beach Registered
Specialty by Linda's Tap Danc I r contributing the amount cleared Softball Daytona Wednesday.The
, ;: ers of Bunnell-Kay Perryman,:I i to the pastorium building. fourth, fifth and sixth large second with graders'amazement eyes became as !Real Estate Broker
T .
Sharon Pache, Angie Littlefield,:
Cheryl McGriff, Patty French, grade boys have started a soft- they were taken on the tour by BunnelL Florida
I Claudia Watson took in ball tournament during physical'I
part viewed the
an employee. They i
Elaine Tucker, Jay Lee, Jan i
the Focus Program on WESHTVin education period at the Flagler] .
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Melanie -- -" -
Ferryman Cody. ,
Daytona Beach last Tuesday Beach school, W. E. Fennell,
Specialty number by Sherry.afternoon. She appeared with a':principal said.. The three teams I Wish To Announce
and Brenda :Murray. -
Hargett '
few cosmetology students from are the Yankees, White Sox and I
Added to the Second Minuet|the Mary Karl Vocational School Pirates with the Yankees leading That I am a Candidate for Comissioner, Town of

.. .:";..:. will be Prissy Gumble, Susie i who were demonstrating new I by two wins and one tiedI Flagler Beach, and will Appreciate Your Vote and
; Peterson and Monica Heuber.
>.. hair styles. Fern Allen of Bun- I game. Support.
There is no advance sale of t
I nell also a student, was her 1 1i The Yankees won over the I I stand for the Progress and Development of Our
tickets, at the door. Those
so pay
i model. White Sox in the first game bya Town. -1
having tickets for the first showing I
.9 .t i score of 6 to 2. The Pirates Harry
:< that didn't get to use them
I then tied the' Yankees (4-4) in I
please feel free to use them. I Mr. and Mrs:. Skippy Novick the second game but the Yankees -
i were guests of Mr. and Mrs. Ted '
. *: .: ". came back yesterday witha I
-.\ ,Kolhaas in Holly Hill last week
Received a card fom Betty I 10.2 win over the Pirates. I .
Meadows who is resting at Marathon during a party they gave at Excitement mounts as the I
:. Fla., since her recent I I their home. Among several !tournament goes into the fourth l DAVID R. DOBSONCandidate
|couples attending there werei I
illness and she plans to return game with the Yankees trying
:Mr. and Mrs. Floyd Croop, also I
to her home here this week. for their third win when they For
{former Flagler Beach residents. play the White Sox today.
I They enjoyed an evening of Yankees-Ray Gordon, cap
Mrs. Ellen Scruggs and son, games played with prizes awarded tain, pitcher; Raymond Allison, TOWN. COMMISSIONER of FLAGLER BEACH f
Dana, 3rd, came from Melbourne I and refreshments at the con- catcher; Calvin Brock, 1st base;
; during the weekend to visit with clusion. Dennis Clay, 2nd base; Jerry Stands For
; Mr. and Mrs. Harmon Wingrove.Friends .I Gordon, 3rd base
! tj ( ; Greg Ross, Extending The Pier, Development of Marshlands,
j I' Mr. and Mrs. Howard Lowe I Shortstop; Bobby Gumble, left Improving the Hula Huts, Extending The Water
field Tommy Duncan, center
) of Mrs. Lowe from Lakeland here ;
Mary stopped over
field and John Gumble, right Lines, Improving the Water and Improving the
j regret that she has been admitted I to visit his brother in law and ;
field. Town Recreational Facilities. _
1 .to =the Flagler Clinic and sister, Mr. and .Mrs. Clarence
I Hospital for medical attention. I i Weaver. They were.returning to Pirates-Arthur McDaniel, cap
I tain, pitcher; Jimmy McNab,I j jI
I their home after being called to
I Catcher Walter Burns, 1st base
.' !*. and Mrs. B. T. Hord visited Taylorsville, N.C., on account,of ; ;
I. :' iri'i. Crescent' City;Friday!' the:death, oi\Mra LoWe's mother. Glenn Miller 2nd base; Lee I I
. ... I t iPresswood, 3rd base; Buddy L'FLT 'w' _.
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lib. BARTLETTPEARS Whole or tic
COFFEE 39Limit
can Shank Half lb. 4

one with $5.00 or more food order
No. 303 can American Beauty ?,

CORN 2 for 250 'can 29 Larry's Mome Made

21/2 can Show Boat PORK SAUSAGE lb. 4ge

PORK & BEANS Center Cut Western
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6 oz. Scald Sweet McIntosh,

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_,I_%__ -,. Mrs. Lillian Buchanan of Pa- I will all come up Saturday to attend r
latka is spending a few days I). the installation of officersof RCA VICTOR
here with her brother in law' Bunnell Chapter of the Orderof LIVING COLOR TV
and sister M_ r. and Mrs. J. D. Eastern Star in the evening "LOOK FOR THE PICTURE

I Barber. when '1DIamond will be installed Southern IN THE Radio WINDOW"& Television .

r r.oCALS as Worthy :Matron of the 225 E. Granada-Ph. OR 7-2001
I Visiting here during the past chapter. OIIMONU .
I weekend with Mr. and Mrs. Tom I --- -- -
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I Diamond were Mrs. Diamond's ;
brother and sister in lawand
also her aunt,Mr. and Mrs. Kos- !
TUESDAY AFTERNOONMrs. Motherly was honored on
topoulos and Mrs. James Koss-
Anna Wetherington and her ninth birthday when her topoulos of Hammond, Indiana. i
mother entertained with party GET THE BEST PROTECTION FROMjg !
Mrs. Jack Kersey entertainedwith They are visiting this week in
Friday afternoon at their homeon S f
a ,bridal shower Tuesdayat :Fort Pierce with Mr. and Mrs.
the Weatherington home,f, S. Forsyth Street. Evans Costopoulos, and Mr. and H. T. COOK AGENCY
A Peanut Hunt, games and Ii
South Peach St.. Mrs. Harry Costopoulos. TheyCONSERVATiON
I contests were features of enter-
Citizens Bank Bldg. Bunnell, Florida
The party was honoring Miss.tainment with prizes'awarded to

Charlotte Eatman of St. Augue- I Pert'Knight,Karen Clegg,Marcia NEWS -
stin, daughter of' Mr. and Mrs. Johnston and Minnie Deen. Favors -
W. Z. Eatman, whose weddingwill were bubble gum and pack- By Tilxnon W. Robinson

be an event' of March 5th, ages of M&1\1's. Conservation, teaching materials ANNOUNCINGI
Methodist Mrs. Ferris Solomon assistedthe
at the Grace Church have been placed in the
, in St. Augustine. The bride- hostess in serving birthday Bunnell Elementary School by I HAVE QUALIFIED AS A CANDIDATE FOR
of 1 I cake and ice cream to Cynthia
elect the neice Mrs.i
Weatherington and the grand Hinson, Marcia Johnston, Lesa ..
daughter of Mrs. Kersey. I Knight, Kay Perryman, Karen Several of the grade schoolteachers
I I Clegg, Becky Mercer, Nancy
Yellow roses were used in the I I Creal, Minnie Deen, Gwen King, have expressed an interest -
decorations and a bridal motif Lee Ann Dozier, Janet Kobylarski I In using the material. APPRECIATED.
was used in the favors and re- I I Tracy Shelton, Jennie and Field trips in connection with
I I Ic I the are being planned Curtis H.
freshments. Bridal Bingo was' Davy Solomon and Peri Knight.I I program Rodgers
played and prizes were won by so that the students may get a .
the honoree and Mrs. Mary Guests of Mr.- and Mrs. Walter -:first-hand look at the things
Eatman. Knight this week are Mr. they have studied in the class-

Nineteen invited guests were i and :Mrs. Raymond. McCord of room. ATLANTIC Get Acquainted Offer
I Clarkton, Mo. The McCords have I The field trips will be conducted
present which included the
J by SCS technicians and
been on a vacation in the south- !
mother and grandmother of the
ern of Florida for the district supervisors.
part past
bride elect and the mother and
'I three weeks and are now enroute Please Use This Valuable
: grandmother of the groom-to- home. Basic Conservation Farm Coupon sIT
be. t.:
I t Plans have recently been pre IS WORTH ONE 0
Dr. Allen Reynolds was in St. pared with the assistance of Z
Robin Pellicer and Mickey At- :Augustine. Monday attending a r SCS technicians on the farms of E FREEAtlantic
kinson of Bunnell visited with'meeting of the Northeast District P. P. Pellicer, Harry Clegg, andC.
their grandmother, Mrs. Elise :Dental Society. I. H. Cowart. c/a
!, Atkinson, in Baxley, Ga., last :I Certified LubricationALSO

week.A. I CARD OF THANKS The Haw Creek Watershed application !
With deepest gratitude we extend which has been approved -

G. Bradley of Espanola is : this word of thanks for the on the state level, is now Drive In Today Void After March 15, 1961
a patient in the Universit Medi- many kind acts of sympathy expressed in the hands of the Secretaryof
,cal Center in Gainesville where by thoughtful friends. Agriculture in Washington.
he underwent surgery last Tues These kindnesses have meant Further action x>ri the application -
W C. Hulls: Atlantic Service Station
day. He is reported to be recovering much to us. will be taken when additional -.
rl 1 satisfactorily. : L. H. ,Church, and family. I funds are available. BUNNELL. FLORIDA .. "
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with your purchase of $5.00 or



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.. THE ,FLAGLER TRIBUNE, BUNNELL, FLORIDA Thursday, Feb. 23,. 1961
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i Jdii1atl fi .A 1d:OIL. i'al from thriving as 'it should. Subscribe to The Flaeler Tribune, 52.50 Yearly in Advance Education means developingthe

Very severe infestations uncontrolled -. mind, not stuffing the

Control ,Scales Oh "could even kill the memory.

.. plantFor

I Camelia PlantingTea best success, the entmol- I CRAIG FUNERAL HOMEA. THE OUTBOARDER

ogist suggests that the spray be "Authorized Evinrude Dealer
llie'most serious
scale timed to hit immature stagesof H. CRAIG, Funeral Dfrector BOATS ACCESSORIES REPAIRS
pest, on camellias can be, con i .
the scale.. Young scales now JOHN HARDIN Associate Dockage, Storage Tree Ramp
trolled with one or two..thorough I WE FINANCE
I on the foliage should become J .
sprayings with malathion and I active while new growth is developing AIR LADY OXYGEN 825 Ballough Rd-Daytona

and oil, according to Dr. L. C. 'c-n the plants this I CONDITIONEDCHAPEL I I EQUIPPED. NOTI i"OF AL-
Kuitert; entomologist with the I ATTENDANT s Ec
spring. The scale eggs .on the AMBULANCESS LEGISLATION
University of Florida Agricultu- Notice is hereby given that the
plant hatch about the same City Commission of the City of
xal: Experiment Station. I time. Phone-ID 7-3532 (I Bunnell. Florida will seek the Introduction
and passage of a special
HQ says this sucking insect I Consequently, Dr. Kuitert ,rec- 201 E. MOODY* BLVD. BUNNELL. FLORIDA or local Act at the 1961 session, of
prevents this popular ornament. f the Florida Legislature for the
ommends applying the spray --- purpose of providing compensationof
from one to three weeks after $50.00 per month for the City
r Commissioners of the City of Bun-
I the new growth has nearly'reached nell. Florida to take effect when
I iiiiiiey down said special or local Act becomesa
its ,longest point of no law.

I elongation. This should control Dated at Bunnell. Flagler County -
Florida this 21st day of Feb-
I the newly hatched and young ruary. A. D. 1961.
' scales. By JOHN A. CLEGG. Mayor

lq lqs I Dr. Kuitert says owners of ,....""" =-w-.. .., Feb.- 23-Itc -

camellia plants can purchase a .. ,. > '\tf: you can live in IN TilE CIRCUIT COURT OFFLAGLEIt
a malathion-oil mixture (Oilan) ':*7-,'. .. IN CHANCERY NO.,4105
I already prepared from garden YOUR OWN HOME for INEZ E. VAN NEST.

({supply stores. Mixed with water ..ET as little as a dollar a vs- Plaintiff
according to directions on
day there's MORE Defendant.
the container, it will give about NOTICE: TO DEFEND
one-half cent oil and the for family in a U.S.
per your Elwood W. Van Nest
a ...._. 115
:proper strength of malathion. Gracious Liberty, 3-bedroom Shell Home. North Duer Plalnneld Street New Jersey

j With the percentage of oil as model, $2595,,monthly You are hereby notified that a .
suit has been filed against in
you J
low as it is, there is little likelihood payments only 5400. the above entitled cause: and you t

that growers will injure are hereby required to file your an- swer with the Clerk of this Court
I*MtlHM*I IC tI their plants, regardless of the and to serve a copy thereof upon
I 'SPECT THESE weather. However the oil 4 TOTAL OF 20 MODELS TO CHOOSE FROMaSIOWaS$1195 the. plaintiff or plaintiffs attorney,
ANIMALS GET A LOT { spray whose name and address Is:
Ray Selden
(should not be repeated sooner
OF 6000 LAUGHS OUT Selden Building
I than six or eight weeks. Dr. Daytona Beach Florida
Or: US FOLKS S not later than March 24th. A. D.
I Kuitert says a repeat sprayingi 1961. .

may be necessary, especially If you fail to do so decree pro I
I MONTHLY PAYMENTS confesso will be entered against j
Have you checked your brakes when the infestation is heavy. $2960 you for the relief demanded in the I j

lately? If not, NOW is the I Tea scales cling to the camellia .--.. ----- said bill of suit complaint.being for The divorce.nature of ::

time to do it. .we've the e- leaves even after they ':. ( ) Have represtntativa colt. WITNESS my hand and seal of ;

quipment to do the job..itmay have -been killed and infested rrJ( ) Send illustrated booklet. ary said A.Court D. 1961.this 26th day of Febru- I,
< UNITED STATES (Official Seal
leaves must drop before the )
save life. Complete
your l .: I lot. E. A. SMYTHE
service facilities. plant is completely clear of the : SHELL HOMES, ( J own a Clerk of said Circuit Court

|pest> "( ) I lam buying a lot. Feb. 23 & March 2-9-16-4tc


: .. .. .. .. ......... IN AND FOR FLAGLER COUN- I
Austrailian compass termites IN RE: Estate of I II
construct a slablike nest 8 to 12 I JAMES C. BLANKENSHIP.
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I Deceased.
feet high with narrow ends Address NOTICE TO CREDITORS

pointing due south' and north. I 1 Pursuant to Section 735.06. Flor-

... .. ......................"'.......'-'''''''' that ida Statutes Notice Is hereby given
Zoologists believe the insects in g S an Order has been. entered by
I City State this Court declaring: administration -
w r stinctively put the facings east .4 w. of the estate of JAMES C.

and west to get maximum sunlight __ 1 U.S. SHELL. HOMES, cJ BLANKENSHIP Kindly as unnecessary.
goven yourself accordingly.
for drying their sand ma P. 6. BOX 218 PALATKA FLA. PHONE EA 5.7826 (Official Seal) T. K. McKNIGHT

I sonry. 1 Mile West of Palatka on Gainesville Highway Publication Dates 2/9 County 16-23-3/2/61 Judge

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CASE NO. 586
IN RE: Estate of
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v's You are hereby notified that a
l written instrument purporting to
.. .: : : be the Last Will and Testament
">":..\ff: <<. of said decedent has been admitted
..:: ..:'.. to probate in this court. You are
< : hereby commanded within the peri-
":,",.'. "' od of six months from the date of
.' :<=<) the first publication of this Notice
.. '-":$'".."v' to appear in this court and show
cause if any you can why the action -
of this Court in admitting said
::ft. .' .: will to provate should not stand
:......<:::" I! unrevoked.
'" (Official Seal) T. K. McKNIGHT
;. 4 ,. .-, County Judge
Flagler County. Florida.
a>e .+ Feb. 9-16-23 & March 2--4tc

-d Notice is hereby given that
"! a
rr municipal election
will be held in
the City of Bunnell. Florida on
Tuesday the 7th day of March.
% :
A. D. 1961 for the purpose of elect-
Ing two City Commissioners and
4's all persons desiring to have their
\ names printed upon the official
ballots as candidates are required
o .. to file written notice of their Intention -
i to be candidates In the of-
fice of the
City Clerk on or before
the 24th day I of February A. D.,
W 1961.Notice
I Is further given that the
registration books of the City of
Bunnell Florida are now open for
registration of voters to and Including -
$ $' a the 24th day. till 12 Noon,
of February A.-D. 1961.
City Clerk
Feb. 2-9-16-23-4tc

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1 1i I MRS. M. B. FULLER. Editor

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for Public ITvtleea of Flakier

''" Coo tr, Municipalities therein

.. As much apart of Floridaas and the State .f Florida

;--t. :':' ,; .i-< oranges on the treesSOMthernBeII I Entered. aeeond elaaa matter

; "' February I, 1D13,at the JH at.alMat

: ,.: :' I Bnnnell. Florida under act .!

March S, 1810.'I' .
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credited directly to the state's 'Ii :
extensive research program in '

upgrading, growing, harvesting I .- ;J : t.vr t. 4 1i "
and marketing Florida's crops (
, and livestock. Florida is well I
described as 'the state research i Ii II '

built, and programs, steppedup II I ?
during the past ten to fifteen :
years, have been paying off," I II .

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figures, for 1959, show 45,100 I :
t farms in the state, about 9,000 ;, ;
1 below the 1954 count. Total land

: in fa'rms'dropped about '2,500- I II

,. 000 acres to 15,300,000 acres dur t ': cwc ,
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,I'. in use for crops and pas. ,. 4
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tures added up to' 12,100,000 + I Yg ir 4 y o
acres in 1959, about 2,700,000 I t.i
I acres less than in 1954.
( "Production in Florida of the

f principal food, feed and fibre .t '
averaged 8,340,000 tons a S
; crops :' C.i'a
I during the past five years. The
previous five year average came Thomas L. Lensen entertained at the Ellinor Village Country Club I I Invited guests included Mr. and Mrs. H. T. Cook, Mr. and Mrs.
Total recently, celebrating his brother Bill's birthday anniversary. The Walter Eberhardinger, Mr. and Mrs. Homer Brooks Mr. and Mrs.
r' to 7,240,000 tons annually. Lensen brothers, Thomas, Bill and John a Marine at Camp l I Joe Paquin, Dr. and Mrs. John Canakaris, Arthur Paquin of Bun-
livestock production made LeJuene, N. c., recently moved here from New York. The Lensensown nell, Mr. and Mrs. Frank Genterand :Mr. and Mrs. Muse Wamack
. little change in numbers but the Double LL Ranch on Old Kings Highway where they 'j of Daytona Beach; Mr. and Mrs. Ernest Rattee who are visting .

, rapid strides in quality and plan to raise purebred Charollais cattle. from Vermont. .......
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I moved up from 51 persons 'per
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: 1950 to 1960. Yet today less than

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t Facts for tiomemaker 2 tbsp. chopped chives bed. Presto, the annual is alive lawn cover, mow the sod very

2 tbsp. chopped parsley and growing without the shockof close, but if you 'want to pro-

r Tips on Beef-Man's Favorite 1 tbsp. bacon or other fat Young plants, like infants, get transplanting.Plant long the use of ryegrass set the
% lb. egg noodles. off to a better start if placedon mower cutters higher.
Man's favorite meat is tender, I If I annuals that have large 1
diet. Clads
a liquid
juicy, rich-flavored beef. Here Cook and drain noodles. Set 11 seed and those that are hardto .
So, why not add a starter so Begin a gladiolus. bulb plant
' few the Mix beef, seasonings, and transplant in the bed
are a tips on buying asIde lution when transplanting an- directly ing schedule now for a supplyof
storing and cooking of beef. green pepper. Melt the bacon or where they are to bloom. Sow
nual flowers this spring. It'll the tall-stemmed flowers
Allow % to U pound of bone- other fat in a frying pan and the seed thinly in shallow I
boost your green thumb prest I throughput the summer. For a
in of boneless beef mixture trenches. Cover the seeds
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of Florida continuous make
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,. beef per serving. until it is almost done. Mix the ly and sprinkle with a damp- I
mental horticulturists offer the ings about every three weeks.
Leave it to the experts and I noodles, sour cream, cottage ,following suggestions for using I ing-off control. l About five weeks after the

.: get quality. beef every time you cheese, chives arid parsley. In starter solutions: j Covering the seeded area with'flower spikes bloom, the bulbs

shop. a ,greased casserole, put a layer For plants set in sandy soil, burlap will aid in holding in |[ are ready to dig. Loosen them
Stares-uncooked beef,.' loosely I of the beef, mixture, a layer: .of mix two tablespoons of 6.8.8 fertilizer soil moisture until the seedlings i i with a spade :and pull up by

wrapped, in the refrigerator.Use the sour cream, noodle, cottage per gallon of water. Adda begin to push through the soil. the top. Next, clip off the top
a. standing rib roast within cheese, chives, parsley mixture, like amount of 0-12-20 fertilizer Be sure to remove the burlapat f close to the bulb, dust with DDT
five to eight days, pot' roasts finishing with a layer of the sour per gallon of water for this time.A and store in a well ventilated,

within five to six days, steaks cream-noodle mixture on 'top. plants set in muck. Use abouta number of annuals can be warm place until the old bulbs

within 'three to five days, and Dot with butter or margarine.Heat pint of starter solution per planted now. These include aster can be broken off easily.

ground beef or stew meat with.In ." 20 minutes or so in a 350 plant. balsam, blue lace-flower, Clean the bulbs about two

two days for maximum flavor degree to 400 degree oven. Serves For best luck, set plants soon celosia; chrysanthemum, cosmos, weeks after digging. Press the

enjoyment. four. ,after a rains when it's cloudy flossflower, marigold, morning- I base of the new bulbs in Sperg-

Cook beef cuts containing the I or in late afternoon. Shading glory, nasturtium, rose-moss, on or Arasan ,dust and sprinkle ,
T-bone, rib ,bone and wedge I I ''" I'I'I I newly set plants with palmettofans strawflower, sunflower' wish. with 3 to 5 per cent DDT dust..
bone (or portions taken from These or newspapers will help bone flower and zinnia. This will control thrips. ./" --'

these cuts) by dry heat. Thoseof AppearedFor them to shift into growing gear LawnsHomeowners For additional information on

roast size are cooked in an Blood quicker.To with established gladiolus, secure Agricultural

open pan in the oven with no Drawing get a quicker display of lawns can aid their grass to be- I Extension Service Circular 188

moisture added. Pan-broling and Those presenting themselvesfor out of flowers, start annual seed- ,come spring-green again withan from your county agent. Ask __

oven broiling are used for the the blood drawing, last week lings early in a flat made from application of about 16 for "Gladiolus For The Home

steak-sized cuts. Beef cuts con. at the Bunnell Community Cen a shallow wooden box filled I pounds of 6.6.6 fertilizer per 1- Gardener."

taming the round bone and the ter were: with rich humus soil. Place the 000 square feet of turf. I
blade bone are cooked by moist Remember that too much TOWER KEEPS RAVEN
Well Davey, Leon Pearce, flat in a window that gets plen
heat. One of the moist heat I food is bad The Tower of London
Leonard Brock, Anna Beahm, ty of light. A southern exposure plant as as plant always
methods is braising or pot roast. : starvation. So don't add at least The
I W. S. Beahm, Jerry Davis, James away from chilly winds is a keeps one raven.
ing and the other is stewing.Here's j I I Buono, Duke Bradley, Dale good location. fertilizer-especially nitrogen- tradition stems from Charles II,
a recipe for ground for who that
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beef in sour cream that is a I Peat Pots It's important to fertilize rye- would fall if ravens ever lefti ,
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1 lb. ground beef dore Hein, Robert Remill, Ernest peat pots is a popular way to _ aarog _i> _
% tsp. salt Taylor, Hiram Durrance, Wal get an early burst of flowers. I

% tsp. pepper lace Shankle, and Will Parrish. These organic pots are ideal for

% tsp. monosodium glutamte The next drawing will be at the amateur.No If.

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