The Flagler tribune

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The Flagler tribune
Place of Publication:
Bunnell Fla
Creation Date:
March 9, 1961
Publication Date:


Subjects / Keywords:
Newspapers -- Bunnell (Fla.) ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Flagler County (Fla.) ( lcsh )
newspaper ( sobekcm )
newspaper ( marcgt )
Spatial Coverage:
United States -- Florida -- Flagler -- Bunnell
29.4675 x -81.256944


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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St. Johns tribune
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Palm Coast news
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Flagler/Palm Coast news-tribune


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George Wickline I Young Shields I i Colony Park I Chairman Moody of H. V. Peavy Is

Is New. Mayor I Awarded BondDavid DevelopmentBegins i Flagler Blood Bank New Man Elected

Shields, son of Mr. and

Of Flagler BaechGeorge I I Mrs. Gordon Shields of Bunnell, Here Program ReportsSo On Commission
who is 'a freshman at Daytona : far the American Red i

E. Wickline defeated 1 Beach Junior College, was presented -I i T. E. Holden andD.: D. Moody Ii Cross Blood Program in Flagler Levi L. Brannam was reelected -
Incumbent R. L- McNab in I'I a $25.00 savings bond i have started the development of County has been fairly success- I to serve another two-
in the race for mayor of Flag 'I from the Daytona Beach Elks, i Colony Park, Bunnell's newest ful. Since December 14, we year term as a member of the
ler Beach in the town's annual Club Tuesday night. The bond residential subdivision. have drawn 98 pints of blood Bunnell City Commission in the
election Tuesday. was presented on scholastic : The subdivision is located in and not one resident of Flagler annual election Tuesday, Also
Wickline, who has served several -- ability alone. the north section of Bunnell in County has had trouble in se- elected td fill a two-year term
terms as town commissioner Young Shields is one of 16 I area of Moore and Anderson curing blood for themselves or was H. V. Peavy.Mr. .
in the past and 'who is also students in this area who are streets btween Plane and Wood their families. Brannam, local grocery
a member of the Board of I competing for scholarships to land streets. One resident who has been a and food market owner, has
County Commissioners, received be awarded at the state and The first 34 lot unit, contain- patient in the Duval Medical served on the commission for
239 votes with McNab polling national levels. ing more than 10,000 square Center in Jacksonville, used six the past four years.
179. A total of 426 votes were The scholarships are part of feet of land, has been cleared, pints of blood. By being ableto I Mr. Peavy, cashier of the
cast. 330 scholarships which are be- subdivided, and prepared for I secure blood through the I bank, will replace Jack Clegg
ing offered by the Elks National it this who did not seek reelection.Also .
Thomas Duncan was reelected beginning of construction. Some Program saved person
to serve another two-year Scholarship Foundation. i I I of the lots contain 76 x 135 feet I$210.00. I running for a commission .
term as commissioner. He and others are 86 x 120 feet. The above is just one case of seat was Curtis Rodgers
has year served on the commissionthe Three Boards I II I Builder Zeke Chaffee is be II many we have had in bur coun- 1 who was making his first venture -
past two years. He received ginning construction of two ty since the program started.To in poltics. :Mr. Rodgers is
202 votes. homes in the Colony Park sub. be able to continue with I also an owner of a local food
Met About
Also elected on the commis- Friday One will be a two bedroom this service, the-people of Flag- I store.
sion were two new I I and the other will be a three- ler County are going to have to A total of 198 votes were cast
ers who were commission-I Recreation PlanAt bedroom home. give their whole hearted suport. in the election Tuesday, with
bid for political office. They are I I I |I Peavy being the high man, receiving -
a meeting of the Board of i t 161 votes. Brannam received .
Harry Treadwell who received Road Board for
202 votes and Leonard C. :Moody County Commissioners with the I BudgetIn Busy Meeting I 121 and Rodgers 88. .
Commissioners of Bunnell I The new terms of office will
who received 186 votes. They
will replace Kenneth Givins and and Flagler Beach, it was I TodayThe School Board become effective at the first
Johnny Seale who did not run agreed to form a Recreation State Road Department meeting in April, which will be
for.reelection. Board for Bunnell and Flagler I budget hearings for District Five Last TuesdayThe April 3. At this meeting one
'I Mr. Duncan is employed in Beach. will be held March 9 (today), member of the board will be
laboratory at Lehigh Portland They agreed to ask for special A. Max Brewer of Titusville, Board of Public Instruc- elected mayor, this being a
.. Cement Co. plant and Mr. Tread. local legislation permitting $10 Road Board member for the 12. I tion purchased classroom sup- I commissioner-mayor form of
; well is retired. Mr. Moody is 000 to be set aside from racing county area. plies and instructional aids for government.
employed by The Flagler Tri funds for two years to be used The one day meeting will be i t all Flagler county schools- Holdovers on the board are
bune. I for recreational purposes in held in the district office in De- j: amounting to about $4,500atthe I Harry Atkinson, C. B. Eisenbachand
Others running for the three I Bunnell and in Flagler Beach. land. Six counties will appear'at ( Tuesday meeting. C. A. McKenzie.

seats on the commission were I The proposed legislation is the hearings in the morning They hired Mrs. Allen Reyn-
I. David R. Dobson, who polled permissible, that is, in the event session and the remaining six olds as teacher in the fourth I Hospital Became
: the three. 2rp4'?*-4 decide, to go will .,. '( -frrtrre'after *
;t 172 votes; 142; grade at Flagler Beach school, ,,
. Richard 'B. Littlefield, 123; ."Jimmy on with the recreation plans, noon session. Flagler countyis replacing Mrs. William" Fennell I
\ L. Field, 115; and E. J. Bu- a referendum would be held 'for scheduled to be heard from who is taking a leave of ab Corporation On t'\\
teux, 93.Newly. a decision by the people. 9 to 9:30 in the morning. sence.
elected commissionerswill I The Recreation Board wouldbe Lolita Palmer was hired to I January First
take office at the commission .[ composed of seven members. replace Eugene Wilson at Carver I
meeting on April 6. Hold 'The Board of County Commis- Anderson Asks school who resigned. The Flagler Clinic and Hospital
over commissioners are Dick sioners appoint members of the Professional leave was granted announced today that it
Mosby and Charles board with the commissions of Lease to those I became
Bondy. Airport who will serve as a closed corporation on
Bunnell and Flagler each recommending -I delegates to the FEA meetingin January 1, 1961. It is now
two members and From Jacksonville.1larch 1617. known as the Flagler Clinic and
City Fathers the County School Board recommending CountyRichard I -
Delegates are Emma Murray, Hospital, Inc. Also announcedwas
two members. The Anderson appearedat Gloria 1tartucciVilda Hargett, appointment of an AdvisoryLay
: Discuss NeedsOf seventh would be appointedfor the meetingo of the Board of Viola Tonkiru John Cannon, Board.
the at large. ,
county County Commissioners :Monday Byron Hinson, and Rosemary According to a hospital spokesman .-
WaterworksCharles They also asked that the I morning and discussed a leaseon Brown. the first meeting of the
I proposed local legislation forming !; a small portion of the Bun The board also approved a Lay Board was held last week .
Sieg appeared before I a Historical Commission to nell Airport. I salary schedule change, makinga in the office of Dr. John M. Ca-
the City Commission Monday I! also be permissible instead of I Anderson proposed the con- difference of about $450 be- : nakaris who is medical director
evening and showed some colored -1 mandatory. I construction of hangers and tween Bachelors and Masters I of the hospital.The .
pictures indicating the condition plans to give flying instruction; i degrees. Advisory Lay Board: elect-
of the city water tank. Test Scheduled for also charter service for planes. The board also accepted resig. ed officers at the last meeting.
The commissioners did not take I It was agreed he would work I' nations of Mrs. Myrtle Cockmanand They are: president, O. F. Al-
action on the matter because I i High School Grads out his proposal with the County Mrs. Lucille Anderson who I ford; vice presidents, Harold
they are waiting to hear froma Attorney and present it to are retiring at the end of this Massie and R.' L. McNab, bothof
company which made repairsto The first testing session for the Board at the next meeting.Dr. school year. Flagler Beach; secretary,
the tank about three years I high school graduates, including Sayers of the County In routine business, the board Helen Deen. Other members of
ago. The work carried a guar- those scheduled to graduatethis Health Department appeared be- accepted bids for black curtains the board are Ardin Kinney,
antee. June and are planning to ,fore the board and discussed the and shades for the Bunnell Cordell Robertson, Edith Allen,
They also discussed a pro attend Daytona Beach Junior indigent program. He said, there school; approved six pupil as- Henry Burks, and Isla Kester.
posal for"a-tvater treatment system College division in September, was only about $1,500 in the signments; approved the request 'The Advisory Lay Board was
for the city. After discus are scheduled for March 30 and welfare fund which is managedby for use of a school bus formed to establish a laison be-
sion they decided to forward the' April 3. Application forms are the Welfare Board and they by the school band, to go to St. tween the hospital and the com-
proposal to Dr. Black of Black available at the registrar's office have one paient in the hospitalat Augustine for the Easter Parade munity it serves, thereby pro-
& Associates of, Gainesville who in Collins Hall. present. and to attend the District Band ducing :an understanding of
have made a complete survey According to Dean R. W. Whet- The county appropriates $2- Contest. Also a bus trip to both civic and hospital policies," '
on the local water needs. They I stone, the testing program will 750 for this welfare program and Gainesville for the EngineeringFair. It ''was added.
want to get Dr., Black's opinion require two days for each can the State matches it with the "At present, the hospital Is a
on the proposal before taking I didate to complete. The tests :same amount. The countyalso closed corporation, however it !
action. ''are required of all prospective has another indigent fund is possible in the future that
Comptroller Reports
1 full-time students but do not which does not come under the I shares may be offered to residents -
: prevent college entrance. Their State Welfare Fund.CIGARETTE of the community, thereby
Health. Studio Flagler Race Fund
results are used to aid college making the hospital a commun-
guidance officers in the plan TAX Comptroller Ray E. Green announces I ity project, or it, may become a
Grand OpeningA ning of indivdual acamedic pro- FUNDS DISTRIBUTEDThe that race track funds non-profit corporation," the
grams. 5-cents a package tax on will be distributed to all of spokesman stated.Dr. .
"grand opening" of Bran- The dean urges early applica- cigarettes, collected by the state Florida's 67 counties this week. John M. Canakaris Is the
'nam's Health Studio at 103 West tion by area graduates explain- beverage department and refunded This distribution, green said, medical director of the hospital !
Moody Blvd., will be held next ing a large number of applications to municipalities, for will amount to $46,500, which and Homer R. Bentley Is the
... Wednesday* through Sunday, according are expected for the fall the month of January is being brings the total to date each administrator.The .
to an advertisementin term. distributed.' county has received to 116500. i
this issue of The Tribune. Seniors may secure applica- Municipalities in Flagler This is $4,000 more than the Hfisbom ugh River"wU
Fred Brannam is the owner tions from their' high school county and amounts receivedare counties had .received at this I named in honor of Lord Hill
and manager of the studio. i principals in the FlaglerVolusiaarea. ,same period last year. I Earl of Hillsborough, who was'
Courses offered will include The forms should be com- Beverly Beach, 6118. .-, 'I Secretary of State for the Colonies -
steam baths, massage, weight pleted and forwarded to the Bunnell, $1,517.47. Approximately one-third of.all from 1768 to 1772. The State' .
reducing and gaining, and body registrar's office before the testing I Flagler Beach, $625.77. I fresh tomatoes marketing In the park through which it flows is -'

building and conditioning.,. .l period. '. 1larineland$81.97..". < JT. r U.S. are'grown in Florida. I one' of Florida loveliestr .
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SMALL AREA OF JAPAN I 1 corded mortgage volume in J are also included. $15,996AOO: was up 6. per cent
i All the Japanese islands together ., Florida dropped from the previous "Savings and Loan Associations .- J.and 28. per cent.- The 1960 total

add up to only 142,000 year. Nationally, there were i ; were the original lenders I:for.Pinellas came,to $138,683,000? ,

square miles, less than the I.Mortgages Fell decreases in both 1956 and 1957, >of $609,228,000 in Florida last I with a monthly average of 24

of Montana. Yet they hold 94I the latter drop being 11 per cent. i year; individuals handled $327- :per cent below the several

million people-140 times Mon- :Below 1959 Figure I Part of the Florida decrease last'822,000; commercial banks $108- .:months reported during 1959."

tana's population. year is the result of large gains|574,000; insurance companies I

I I I IHome. the two previous years when I$47,771,000 and all other lenders THE OUTBOARDER
recorded I
purchase mortgages homes were moving at an unusually combined, including government

CLASSIFIED.I I in Florida last year I rapid clip. !agencies, $523,359,000."Four BOATS Authorized ACCESSORIES Evinrude REPAIRS Dealer ''\
total of $1,616,754- -
.II chalked up a "Mortgages included in these i counties in the state
1959 volume Dockage Storage Free Ramp
ADS I i'000, second only to ,figures include those of $20,000[are reported separately. Dade WE FINANCE

the Florida State Chamber I or less (as reported to the Home i had a volume of $506,544,600, 825
II' Ballough Rd-Daytona
i of Commerce reports. ,Loan Bank and j 1959 but
Listings under this heading are i Board) are se- down 5 per cent from
3 cent per word each Insertion I I "Although the full year was II'cured almost entirely by residential j 24 per cent above 1958; Duval
cents Im minimum charge
1959 Decem-
18 per cent properties although j.had $122,677,000, up 2 per cent TV SERVICE
FOR SALE-Horse trailer. in i ber initiated a welcomed upI I. with .
I I some small business properties and 20 per cent and Lake !
good condition. Call IDlewood trend, contrary to the national i
I 73659. 3-9-lt!I pattern. Nationally, 1960. dropped I II For
I. 9 per cent below 1959 with I II II Agent
TRADE Massey-Harris: front I December 6 per cent below No- I CRAIG FUNERAL HOME RCA & PHILCOTUBES
end loader for a 5 or 6-foot Ro- I vember. '

tary Mower. Call HE 9-2043 or "Not since 1951 has the re- ;!I I A. H. CRAIG. Funeral Director & ANTENNAS SOLD
write H. R. Hunt, Flagler Beach.
:March 9-2tc


furnished apartment for couple.Mr. .: CONDITIONEDATTENDANT I I EQUIPPED'
{t{ By Tilman W. Robinson I
Bunnell I
Mrs. Millie McCoy,
Blvd., Bunnell. 3.9-ltp
High School speech instructor, Phone ID 7-3532 I

WANTED-part-time bookkeeper has announced that the follow- BEACH

prefer man. Write c/o Box 636 ing students are preparing to 201 E. MOODY BLVD. BUNNELL FLORIDA .1 I.1I PHONE HE 9-2204 ,

Bunnell, if interested. 3-2-2tc give talks in the Flagler Soil I --

Conservation District Speaking
FOR SALE-Large stucco 2-bed- I Contest: Sandra Gumble, Brice '1

room, living and dining room, I Hosford, Rex Springer, :Mike AREA BUSINESS DIRECTORYAUTO

sleeping porch, outside shower.i!I McMillan, Jameson Dawson, and J

1 block ocean, partly furnished, 'Mary Susan Brannam. All contestants !

fireplace, Flagler Beach, Central will speak on the same SERVICE BUILDING SUPPLIES FLOOR COVERING
at 22nd, $6,500. W. T. Lloyd, Natural Resources
L subject, "Conserving i
owner. See and make offer. in my Soil Conservation I McDANIEL'S- WICKLINE I I Tilecraft Company"LET I
Feb. 23 & March 2-2tp
District"Thomas Service Station Building Supplies US FLOOR YOU"Armstrng

WANTED-a good reliable man CEMENT CEMENT BLOCKS & Kentile
to supply customers with Raw- Lenssen, who owns STANDARD OIL PRODUCTS STEEL Sold and Installed

leigh Products in Flagler Co. property east of Bunnell on Old Tires-Batteries-Minor Repairs All Work Guaranteed !
Road is doing land clear- Flagier Beach HE 9.2254 Ormond Beach OR 7.3181
Kings -
Box 223 I
See C.D. Gall, R No.2, Bunnell ID 7-7119
Palatka, or write Rawleigh's, ing and drainage work in prep- I FURNITURE
aration for planting improved I CLEANERS
FAB-360-127 Memphis,
Dept. ,
Lenssen plansto Biddle Gulf ServiceGASOILLUBRICATION II Ormond and
Tenn. Feb. 16.23 & :Mar 9.3tp pasture grasses. Bedding
run a herd of purbred Char- I BUNNELL CLEANERSEVERY I Furniture. Co. 1

FOR RENT-two and three-room laise cattle on his T-Double-L GULF TIRES & BATTERIESOpen I Substantial Discounts on AllBEDSSOFASFURNITURE

furnished apartments. Week, Ranch. CLEANING
I 7 A.1L-10 P.M.-7 Days I $10 Tradein Covers Down PaymentR.

month,permanent. Utilities furn State&Lambert US 1-ID 7-7190 SERVICE S. ROBENBERRY, Owner
ished. Capitol Motel (under new SIX BILLION LIGHT YEARS Oren Dally S to 6 I 69 Granada Ormond D< ownership) at Korona. The Paloma Observatory in Phone ID 7-3188
Colonial Service Station I
Feb. 16tfSEPTIC California has photographed a I 115 N. Bay'st Bunnell GARDEN SHOP
of that to be EARL E. RICE ProprietorGASOILLUBRICATION I
spot appears Gray's Garden Center
I TANK-cleaning reason six billion light years away- CONCRETE PRODUCTS Headquarters for Gardening Need ,

able rates. George Jarosz, PhoneID .''I I the most distant celestial object I MOTOR TUNE-UP Ceramics. Gifts Dry Arrangement :
7-3410 3-2 to 8.24.tpFOR GOODYEAR TIRES & BATTERIES Materials
I .1 yet detected. Scientists believe I Your "Q" For ConcreteDial Annuals Shrubbery Fertilizers
SALE-Flagler Beach house it may be two galaxies in col U.S. HIWAY 1 BUNNELL ,
partly furnished. Two bedrooms, lision. 147 Tomoka Avenue-Ph. OR 7-051'
CCB, large lot, located on Pal- I I Sullivan's Gulf Service DAYTONA BEACHQuillian's ORMOND

metto Ave. in Venice Park. Price LARGE FISH WORMSFOR GULF Concrete Inc. HARDWARE
Call Ed Mathews ,
SALE $1.00 100 I
Gainesville FR 69064. THAT FAMOUS PAINT
Orlin B Green Beach Information
Dec. I-Tf. "Specializing in Service and DRUG STORES Exclusively at
PHONE ID 7.3585 I Clean Rest Rooms"In :, -
FOR RENT-Unfurnished large The Heart of Flagler Beach .-.
206 So. Stone Bunnell Fla. Anderson Drug Store FLAGLER BEACHHARDWARE
2-bedroom garage apartment. I i I bt1Wl1%

Call HE 9.2318, or see Zeke IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OPFLAGL.ER AUTO REPAIRS .- Prescriptions
Chaffee. 11-17-tf CHANCERY. 4195 Sick Room Supplies Flagler Beach HE 92103

FOR SALE Your best buy in i vs- Plaintiff I 24-Hour Towing Service Village Hardwar Center


bath, electric kitchen, screened I! NOTICE TO DEFEND Automatic Transmission Service Match and mix any color
porch, terrazzo floor, extra big! THE STATE OF FLORIDA TO: Wheel Balancing-Front End Moody's PharmacyFlagler Builder's Supplies Kitchenwore:
1 Elwood W. Van Nest Alignment
with half bath. Water Street County's Corner Drug store GIFTS GREETING
garage 115 Duer 240 Granada Ormond-OR 7-O803 CARDS
front lot. Third house on Avalon I It You North are hereby riainfleld.notified New that Jersey a PRESCRIPTIONS AlA Ormond Beach CL 2-0420

Ave., in Venice Park. suit has been filed against you in AUTOMATIC TRANSMISSION DRUGS SUNDRIES
the above entitled cause; and you JEWELER
AND are hereby required to file your an- I FOUNTAIN SERVICE
3 bedroom home, 2 tiled baths, swer with the Clerk of this Court, HOLLY HILLHYDROMATIC
and to serve a copy thereof upon O. F. BEACH
Bunnell, Fla. Phone ID 7.3661
big electric kitchen, Florida the plaintiff or plaintiffs attorney,, SERVICE Jeweler
whose name and address is: I
room, 2 single garages, and work Ray Selden Repairing- Rebuilding ORMOND PRESCRIPTION Elgin Watches-Diamonds

shop or boat house or.. water I Selden Daytona Building Beach. Floridanot Central Florida' first specialists In I PHARMACYSick Exceptional Gifts
front lot. Third house Lan- AUTOMATIC TRANSMISSIONS
on later than March 24th. A. D. Watch Repairs-Engraving
1239 Ridge-wood Holly Hill
tana Ave., Venice Park. See 1961. OR 7-1381 Room SuppliesSundries24Hour
If you fail to do so decree pro 46 W. Granada Ormond Beach
Emil Huber, builder, Lantana I confesso will be entered againstyou Prescription Service OR 7-2384
I for the relief demanded in the STOREBAMBOO Free Delivery in Flagler BeachRt.
Ave., HE 92196. 12.15-tf bill of complaint. The nature of BAR AND PACKAGE
said suit being for divorce. AlA 1 ml. North of PAINTING CONTRACTOR
FOR RENT-furnished 2 bedroomone WITNESS my hand and seal ol ORMOND BEACH-Tel. OR 7-1661
I said Court this 16th day of Febru- I .
bath 'house, Daytona Ave., ary A.D. 1961. Thompson Pharmacy R. Moody
Flagler Beach. Completely ren (Official Seal) BAR & COCKTAIL .
E A. SMYTHE 'I Your. Health Is Wealth
ovated. $65.00 per month. Keys Clerk of said Circuit Court, LOUNGE Put YourPRESCRIPTIONS
Feb. 2J- & March 2-9-16-4tcIfjr PAINTING
can be picked'up at Sullivan'sGulf Open Under New ManagementCome

Station. Nov 10-tf Phone ID 7.3240
In and Get AcquaintedOcean In Our Hands
( ZFlaolrr uJributtrBtJlflfELU Ormand Drug & Prescription Shop BUNNELL, FLORIDA
FOR RENT on the ocean 1 and Blvd AlA Flagler Beach 141 W. Granada-Ormond 71421GILL

2 bedroom apartments completely I
furnished, utilities included. FLAGLER BEACH DRUG COMPANY

Sensible rate day, week, month, PAUL'S RADIO & TV
or permanent. Sun Sea Motel MRS. M. B. FULLER Editor HOTEL BAR Walgren AgencyPRESCRIPTIONS Atenna Sales & Installations

formerly Flagler 1\Ianor- II"The Meeting Placeof Authorized Sales RCA VictorWe
Designated OflcUl Pal lleatie.
Flagler County""Jim Sick Room Supplies Sundries repair all other TV A:Radio lieU
for Public Notices .f Flatter I and Yvonne Serving" 19 W. Granada Ave. Ormond Beach 1370 Ocean Blvd AlA
Gouty therein OR 1- Ormond Beach OR 7-2852
and the State ., FUrlda J



WATER FRONT, FARMS, I I February S the peateffiec BOTTLE or BULK ... Wagon Wheel Nursery
ACREAGE at Baaaell. Flerlda* aader act .. FLAGLER COUNTY'S ONLY PHILLIPS 66 GAS & OILS Shade Trees. Potted Plants

I 3, 1878. Delivery in the County on Shrubs
See us for your real estate needs HOME OWNED GAS COMPANY
Fuel Oil, Kerosene Tractor Fuel 1.000 plants free: one with every
Office Phone HE 9-2242 t PHONE ID 73551Help dollar you spend. Thousands of
One year H $i.60 GasolineU. varltles at reduced prices. Best 1n
Residence Phones ID 7-3691

or ID 7-3517 I I I I elx lnoatbi IUI" By Flagler Shopping County at Home Grow 1 N. Bunnell ID 7-3676 B48 town.n. U.S. 1 Ilwy, Ors. .B* .Beach.

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, l/ =; "in q. 1 that sowing 'seed on a bright aim for 1/20 acre per person. large seed such as beans ,from ;I I Subscribe lor The Floglcr Tribune
moonlight night results in I This allows for canning and 1 to 2 inches deep. i f\
I S2.S0 A Year In Advance
Many gardeners "know" that 1;I moon blinded pests that starve. ;freezing for later use. Prior to planting, treat seed ;I

planting on a "growing moon" A few folks believe that blackheart I' 'Vegetables produce better if to prevent decay and other ail j I I XOTICB
t insures fast vegetable growth.But turnips, carrots or ruta- plant nutrients are applied in ments. It takes only a coupleof Notice Is hereby given that the

a few sceptics say that until bagas means that a bachelor bands. Do this before planting. minutes to treat a packet of Board receive of County sealed Commissionerswill bids on the

we get a man-riding moon gardener has been hexed by a I Sprinkle the fertilizer in fur- seeds. All you do is tear off a the 30th hour day of of March 9:00 o'clock A. D. A.1961 M. at in

shot off the Cape, it's best to jilted maiden. But regardless of rows about 2 inches below and corner of the packet, toss in a the office of the Clerk of the CIr-
1 plant seed in the earth. the gardener's romantic failings, I r 2 inches to the side of the planting small pinch of seed protectant Courthouse cuit Court In for the the Flagler following County:
a few ounces of boron per acre i row. such as Spergon, Arasan or L. P. Gas for the Courthouse.
i Stockade and Jail for a period of
Some claim that planting field prevents black centers in vege- I I Use a fertilizer containing nitrogen Semesan and mix the chemical I one (1) year from the date of acceptance -

: peas on a dark night prevents tables.In j, phosphorus and potas- with the seeds by shaking the The Board of bid.reserves the right to

woms from seeing and eating spring, drop okra seed atj:sium-known as NPK. On sandy packet. I reject Dated any at and Bunnell.all bids.Florida this
J the crop later. Others swears i 7th day of March A. D. 1961.
, chin height for growing : soil apply 1/3 pound of 68.6
s stalks that'll bear all summer. |i (NPK) per 10-foot row. ATTEST: .

Officers Workers In the fall, let go the seed atj I On muck apply 1/6 pound of E.County A. SMYTHE.Commissioners Clerk Board of Flag-of

toe-nail elevation for a short 0-12-20 mixture per 10-foot row. March County.9-16-2tc Florida. .
plant and plenty of okra befor GyCqtpCVlSEZ; I
Meet at Gainesville I If possible use fertilizer containing I I II I XOTICK
frost. j small amounts of minor
I Notice is hereby given that the
' Checking these mores of the ]! I I Board of County Commissionerswill
food elements
Saturday March 18 manga- receive sealed bids on the
past is one approach to spring:nese sulfate, borax and copper. f k w 30th day of March. A. D. 1961 at .
\ Secretaries and office workers gardening, but for better luck i the hour of 9:00 o'clock A. M. in
I The excuse for crooked rows the office of the Clerk of the CIr-
from all parts of the state :are here're a few suggestions from is that you can get more plants I i cuit Courthouse Court in for the the Flakier following County:

1 expected to attend a one-day University of Florida garden au- i per row. But remember, straight i i Gasoline and other motor fuels.
,. institute at the University of thorities: j: rows are attractive and make oils(1) year and from greases the for date a of period accept-of

j Florida on Saturday, March 18. First, check to see if you havea j cultivation, insect control and .>ance of bid.
I I The Board reserves the right to
real case of "garden fever. ) and all bids.
easier.If reject
:harvesting 1G 1 I any
The program will be conducted 1I Dated at Bunnell Florida this
:Make with the
spade or plowin 1I I I
by the General Extension you're unable to "sight" a I I 7th day of :March A. D. 1961.
soil preparation. If this sweat- stakes 1I ALI"RED.n. TUCKER. Chairman
straight row, use string
Division of Florida in cooperation ATTEST: \
Gainesville of-the-brow labor does not cool and a yardstick. Stretch the I E. A. SMYTHE, Clerk Board of
with the Chapter County Commissioners of Flag-
your then it's safeto
t cord between two stakes. While County Florida.
National Secretaries I
of the j
purchase seed, fertilizer and the cord is in place, use a hoe 000 0 I March 9-16-2tc
Association.John ,,other garden supplies. handle to make the furrows for IV Tin CIRCUIT COUIIT.'.
i Prepare the ground well before I I! FIjAfiLHIl ( OUXT -. FLORIDA
T. Branch, Jr., institute large seeds. MY DEFINITION OP I IX ( IIAxc..:nY XO. 13 828
(( coordinator for the extension division planting. Turn the soil 6 Planting depth is important.I i I' WILL POWER\ EAT- BERTHA WADE
. to 8 inches deep, followed by I I' ItJG QME PEANUT/-. I Plaintiff
stated that the ,theme of In moist soil, cover small seed vs.PATRICK.
the program Serve to Succeed' harrowing or raking to give the such as mustard less than % I I I ANTHONY Defendant WADE

indicates how a modern busi- plant bed a good texture and inch deep. Cover mediumsizedseed Is your engine giving you all I I XOTICIJ TO UKPKXUTHE
it from
ness woman may grow in pro- prevent drying out. such as radishes no more the power you should get? I I PatrIck. Anthony Wade
fessional nature. For convenience, select a garden than % inch depe, and coverwmw Our expert mechanics will be Westbury.414 Maple New Avenue York
., spot near the house where glad to Tune-Up your engine You are hereby notified that a
l The steps to success in business you may irrigate in case of . suit has been filed against you
.. .. .they'll assure you of smooth. in the above entitled cause; and
, Branch said, involve not I drought. A semi-shaded location safer you are hereby required to file
er matoring..moreeconomy
; only the of technical your answer with the Clerk of
application helps during hot, dry
Registered too. this Court and to serve a copy
I knowledge and techniquesin weather. thereof upon the plaintiff or plaIn-
reaching the heights, but self- Size of garden depends on Real Estate Broker address tiff's attorney is: whose name and

improvement in other areas is space available. To supply veg- I W.407,Cecil Main Grant Street
also essential. "These areas include etables for a person for a ;: Bunnell Florida Daytona Beach. Floridanot
understanding people, ............................. 1961.later than March 31st. A. D.,

working with them, and effec- If you fall to do so, decree pro
I confesso will be entered againstyou
tively communicating with FREE PAINT RCA VICTOR for the relief demanded in the
them," he explained. LIVING COLOR TV bill of complaint. The nature of
I I One extra gallon of your choice said suit being for DIVORCE.
Speakers have been selected with each, gallo "LOOK! FOR TilE I'lCTL'UE I WITNESS my hand and seal of
you buy IX TilE WINDOW w said Court this 27th day of Febru-
from the
fields of
higher .
Southern Radio & Television ary A. D..1961.I
religion Mary Carter .Paint, Store (Official Seal)
' industry 226 E. Granada. --Vh. 6R 7-2001 I I E. A. SMYTHE -
and law. Also WeatKate Chopping, Center UH3IONU Clerk of said Circuit Court
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175 Bonus Stamps With i. ; Lean Tender Govt. Graded Half or Whole I

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VALUE Limit one with $5.00 or more food order
t I with the purchase of Shurfresh lb.

Thriftway All Meat SALTINES 19c Mix em up
12 FRANKS I ". 1 lb. box
\ I Coupon expires Mar. 11,- 1961 J I I Osage 2l/2 can .48-: Neck Bones & Pig Feet o bs. $Z 00' i

$ 00
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3 $129.
TOP VALUE STAMPS I 19c' lbs.with .
11'2 can' ea.
the purchase of I '
Jim Dandy i /

25 lb. box DOG FOOD t

( Coupon expires Mar. 11, 1961 I Brush I QUALITY PRODUCE I I FROZEN FOOD SPECIALS!

I 25 FREE with Birds Eye 10 oz. pkg. .,Golden Ripe .

with the purchase of Ib. .
Maxwell House McKenzies 24 oz. bag Pascal -J; I_ !

2 lb. can COFFEE I bobs 79c' CUT GREEN' BEANS ea. 39c CELERYSunkist : 2 for 25c ,

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Contrary to a report being circulated AcIVE
: L/e&acA Inez Crenshaw entertained at
: bridge recently in honor of Mr. the Flagler Beach Recreational 60T
Center is controlled by --7W\I A 5A-
and Mrs. C. Culver of Oklahoma. pRoet-gM
the Flagler County Governing
Those, present were Mr. and
Board which is comprised
Telephone .HEmlock 9-2098 I:Mrs. Frank Schwenk, Mr. and members from the various or-
Mrs. C. Culver, Theo H. Weber ganizations in the county. This TRY AE
FIRST BAPTIST REVIVAL FLAGLER BEACHMETHODIST I and the hostess. Winners were was formed in November 1959 aPERYou'rte
STARTS NEXT SUNDAY I CHURCH Frank Schwenk and Inez Cren- II and since that time, neither the
The prayer services this week shaw. Methodist Church or the Methodist
Sunday, March 12: Church iI j I
of the First Baptist Church of j I I :Men's Club have been in
school 9:30 morning worship at
Flagler Beach are leading to the II I 10:30. Monday evening at 7:30 Guests Sunday of Rev. and charge of the center, accordingto
revival which is scheduled to :the Methodist Men's Club will Mrs. Reynold Hoover were Mr. Rev. Reynold Hoover, pastorof
1 begin next Sunday. The revival!I meet at the home of Paul Kelly and Mrs. Lee Rooney and chil- the church.
is being conducted by the pastor -I on John Anderson Highway. I dren, Marda and Jill, and also LOOSE RIGHT SLEEP,WHY U5E
Rev. Millard Brock and the Mr. and Mrs. Emory Coulson Mr. and Mrs. Joel Smith arrived THE NEWSPAPER
I I the club.attend
A from -
. I revival will run one week. Special group with their children, David and Tuesday from Palatka fora
i music is being planned for:!ed a dinner and meeting of the Debbie, all from Jacksonville.Mrs. .I short stay at their place here.
Ormond Beach Methodist Men's'Club
I each evening. Rooney is the daughter of
I The Annie Armstrong Weekof J' Wednesday evening. Rev. and Mrs. Hoover.Mr. Buy beef by officials of U. S.
Prayer for the Women's Mis I WITH grade. In some outlets the high
sionary Union is also being ob ENTERTAINS and Mrs. Fred Swing'andMr. est price cut-if not marked by f AND ITS S
served this week. These meet- Mrs. Clarence Shultz enter- Joseph Hughey left last official grade-may be other j ECONOMICAL/;
ings are being held each day tained Wednesday morning at 1 week for their home in Spenser, I than top quality.
in the homes of ,Mrs. Clarence her home with a coffee and. N. C., after spending several i i
Weaver, Mrs. Margaret Aaron, I they played bridge. I months here. I ;
:and Mrs. E. M. Spivey with the I Her guests were Mrs. Kathryn I i INSURE-Stay Insured & Rest Assured
Wednesday and Friday meet- 'Culver from Oklahoma, Mrs. I i Guests this week of Rev. and I ,
ings being held in the church.I Inez Crenshaw and Mrs. Beryl Mrs. Millard Brock are Mrs. H. ,
Friday's session begins at 10 i Hendrick from Ontario, Canada. W. Willburn, Mrs. Nora Barnett, I! GET THE BEST PROTECTION FROM ,
! A.M. and runs until 2 P-M.I Mrs. Walter Roper and Mrs. Jo-
with a covered dish luncheon. j Visitors during the weekend Ann Ross with her son, Greg, I AGENCY II
I The Cottage Prayer Services,with Mr. and Mrs. Frank Brede all from Greenville, S. C. Mrs.
.held each evening have been in were Mr. and Mrs. William Gar- :I Roper is Mrs. Brock's sister and i
the homes of Mr. and Mrs. Stanley I rity from Pittsburg, Pa. They Mrs. Ross is Mrs. Roper's daughter. I Citizens Bank Bldg. Bunnell, Florida
Springer, Mr. and Mrs. A. O. were accompanied by his brother They enjoyed a trip Tuesday -
Brantley, .Mr. and .Mrs. Robert! Frank Garrity, and his son to Cypress Gardens.Mr. I Y.................r.....r.---.r.....................................................,-/'r,
Schatz, Mr. and Mrs. Aubrey{Bob. They were on their way to I I S; FOR ALL HOURS-DAY OR NIGH
Spivey, and Rev. and Mrs. M.I Sarasota where they were planning I and Mrs. Otis Magee have
Brock. to make their home. heard from their nephew, Sisco
Shortly after choir practice on t Deen, who is attending Florida I f AMBULANCE
Saturday evening, Rev. and Mrs. Mr. and Mrs. Otis Magee accompanied State University in Tallahassee,! PHONE VAIley 4-1625
Brock joined with the choir I by her mother, Mrs. that he has been elected presi- I SERVICE ST. AUGUSTINE. FLORIDA
members for a social in the Susie Riddell of Bunnell, made dent of his fraternity, Psi Kappa
church basement honoring the,I a trip to Jacksonville last week I Tau. Sisco who is majoring in Never be hesitant about calling a Garcia Ambulance. We
accompanist, Mrs. Arthur visit with her brother and music there, has just been on a safety and
are always at your service with promptness.
bitt. She was presented with a I sister in law, Mr. and Mrs. Joy tour of West Florida and Alabama
loose-leaf Hymnal and the spe ?SISCO.I with the university band. experience.!
cial birthday cake. which was:i I Equipped With Oxygen Resusitator and Inhalator
decorated in musical figureswas :j I Mrs. Frances, Ruston returned Mrs. May Hendren returned to
served with Cokes. Judy.;to her home in Jacksonville dur- her home:here last Thursday (Garcia Funeral Home
I. Stryker is social chairman and liing j the weekend after visiting after-visiting=:,twp weeks in Orlando ......-.. .'_;iIooo-
: she was assisted' by the choir'I I here with 'her brother in law with her son in law and I 'P/E. GARCIA, Licensed Funeral Director
director, Judson Stryker, and l|and sister, Mr. and Mrs. Clar I daughter, Mr. and Mrs. Frank LADY ASSISTANT

1 Barbara Babbitt. ence Shultz. Crotty. I-J"...................IIII.-.J"J"J'rI' ......................................,..................WI."..rl'..
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I carton 19
I can 10"

i Limit one with $5.00 & Limit six with $5.00
t or more food order or more food order
PRICES GOOD-Thurs.-Fri.-Sat.-March 9-10-11, 1961

I Folger's Mountain GrownCOFFEE Grade "A" BeefCHUCK

\, Ib 39* ROAST Ib.4ge

! Can
{ Limit One With $5.00 Or More Food Order Round & Club
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2% Shurfine STEAKCenter : lb. 890

I( FRUIT COCKTAILS 3 cans for $ Cut Western". i iit

poRkca&sBEANS cans I PORK CHOPS. lb. 690ib.

it : 4 for .
J Fresh Boston Butts

! 46 oz. Shurfine cans PORK ROAST '. < 490

Copelands 12 oz. pkg.

I'I Southern Seas TUNA 4 cans for FRANKS 390

No. 300 Can Lykes _4.

CHILI & BEANS 5 cans for 303 can Green Giant 24 oz. can LibbysNo.


a Limit 1 6Plsase can lO 1 2 cans 390Fcan I 490

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10 Oz Birds Eye Mclntosh

FORD HOOK LIMAS 4 to8 s 990 APPLES 2 lb. 3ge

9 Oz Mr. G. FreshFRENCH

! FRIES pkg. 100. CARROTS. lb. bag 100.

14 Oz. Four Fishermans -4 New Red BlissPOTATOES

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I vide new job opportunities, the I may show some substantial the questionnaires, the large j the National Democratic Party :
: I
sample indicates that here |change from Indications. in number of returns makes it Im- in all matters. On thev contrary

again, 75 per cent of those an- the sample. limited staff ,I believe it is
I II possible, with my I my duty as a
swering are opposed to this pro-I i want to take this opportunity
to answer all comments in de- representative of the people or
I gram. I II of expressing my deep ap- tail. Thank you again for giving the Fifth District to speak the
On the proposal that the Federal preciation to the newspapers,
a j me your views. You have voice of the great majority of
I Governments nd, approximately radio and TV stations and all been most helpful. the people whom it is my privi-

one billion dollars a I II others who have helped me with I shall use the 'information obtained lege to represent. That is true

I year to stimulate housing and I II this annual check on the viewsof from you along with my democracy.

I construction, including subsi the people of our district. own considered judgment in ar-

I dized low-rent public housing, And, of course, I want especially riving at the position I shall MEXICO CITY'S LOW STREETS

I the sample shows the same results to thank all of you who have take as your Representative in Mexico City's lowest street is

with approximately 75 ; taken the trouble: to fill out the Washington. Some people have more than a mile higher in alti-

-- I per cent of those replying opposed questionnaires which I mailed said that as I- am a DemocratI I tude than the topmost points of

i to the housing bill. out and those who clipped the of New .
A. S. (Syd) Herlong should support the program York, skyscrapers.
questionnaires from the news- -
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Congressman. Fifth District i about 30 per cent favored the papers and sent them to me.

program proposed by the Presi- A great many of the question- Snapshots: Waterfall in the Forest
The response my question-
I dent for providing medical care naires have been accompaniedby

naire on the important issues under the Social very thoughtful observations_ _,. ..
Security System V >:'W-": .m .n.--.w.nw..y---'r".w": >::
before the Congress has been I ..
the asked :::
-70 per cent opposed the on questions and on 'i: ..
tremendous. Social Security approach and other issues before the Congress.I J
While I have not yet tabulated !
all of these
I favored a program administered I am reading care
them all-they are still comingin
I by the States with. matching I!fully and am acknowledgingthe
by the hundreds every dayI Federal funds based on the need | receipt of all replies. How-

have tabulated a good sized ,I of the elderly person. A third I ever, as I said when I sent out
of at
sample questionnaires
group, about equal in numberto
random, from the thousandsthat
I those favoring the Social Se-
have accumulated.This .
curity approach, favored no program -
sample indicates that
whatsoever in this field.
while of the people of our
district express confidence in I On the question of raising I II
minimum wage from $1.00 to'! RU
President Kennedy, they have p
I$1.25 an hour and expanding 1 w
something less than enthusiasmfor
coverage to industries and businesses -
the "New Frontier' as em-
not now covered, includ- j
bodied in the five so-called
ing retail establishments, the
"must" which Presi I !
:Y vargySy aitiiriil
replies indicate that here again
dent Kennedy has asked Con
75 per cent of those replying are
gress to act on promptly. Of I "
against this legis ation.
course this is only a rough Prompt Service
ap ,I On my final question, "Do
r proximation of the final tabula-
you favor a Federal law to repeal PLACE YOUR ORDER WITH US
tion. I will give you the final the State righttoworklaws

results when the job is com the heaviest In an area known for innumerable lakes and waterways, the scene .
opposition above represents "Little Niagara," more formally known as Tab- .
pleted. I expect it will take a with The Flagler Tribune
developed approximately quamenon Falls, near Newberry, Michigan. This is the most famous
couple of weeks to tabulate. .85 per cen't.of. the sample opposed of Michigan's more than 150 waterfalls and hundreds of thousands

them all. ? to any legislation ,repeal Phope IDlewood 7.3282 of travelers pause each year to watch the copper colored water slam '
On the basis of this sample't ing these laws. over the 48-foot drop and boil on down toward Lake Superior. Tour-
75 per cent of those replying expressed -i Of course, the final tabulation ists can drive to within 300 feet of the falls and there are eating facilities

opposition to PresidentKennedy's ___ __ nearby..
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aid to education. .

f On the question of Federal

i subsidies to industries in the so-

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\ I Impala Sport Sedan Impala 2-Door Sedan Impala ConvertibleBel Impala Sport Coupe I
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I Impala 4-Door Sedan Air 2-Door Sedan Bel Air Sport Coupe Bel Air 4-Door Sedan

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I YOU are a"boating enthusiast i 11
IF you won't find a better time i -

f S I than that boat right of about yours that now has to been inspect in i iI One-stop shopping at your o .r _--o- :

storage. Whether it's a skiff or a
J cabin cruiser it will require some I Bel Air Sport Sedan Chevy dealer's makes choosing Biscayne 2-DooTSedan

attention before it is ready for
I the water this spring. Maybe you a new car easier than ever!

are one of the wise ones who
1 made periodic checkups during You get variety like this only at your Chevrolet dealer's.

f the storage period but, just to be Elegant new Impalas, popular Bel Airs, budget-priced
on the safe side, give it another Biscayne Utility Sedan Biscayne 4-Door Sedan
Biscaynes and six wonderful new Chevy wagons-all
thorough inspection when you have
I some spare time on your hands. with a Jet-smooth ride you'd expect in more expensive

I It might save you trouble later on. makes. But that's just the beginning. There are also ten I
If you are planning to take up
boating for the first time this I low, low-priced Chevy Corvairs for you to look over,

1 coming season, you might well plus the Corvette-America's only true sports car. What
Nomad 4-Dr.6-Pass.Station Wagon Nomad 4-Dr.9-Pass. Station Wagon i
I spend some time talking to experienced with this kind of choice-31 models in all
boaters and learning
-if you don't find the car you want at B8J
J something about safety on the

j waterways. your Chevrolet dealer's, it probably just ",, -i}

I Deep water enthusiasts should hasn't been built yet. WI'WI'
I know all about buoys. Small -
Tkrtt-.odell-hoo Ckemlett designed especially brunet KM
\ stream boatmen should learn the Parkwood 4-Dr.6-Pass. Station Wagon and UU De Lux Greenbner-mrt not MOW*. Parkwood 4-Dr.9-Pass. Station Wagon
rules, too, about such things as

I overtaking or passing another
boat who has the right-of-way, the EP
I capacity of different size boats
and motors. But we can only
scratch the surface in this column
space. Get yourself a bluebook Corvair 700 Club Coupe Brookwood 4Dr.6-Pass. Station Wagon Brookwood 4Dr.9-Pass.Station Wagonts Corvair 500 Club Coupe

:j and study-so you will be ready I

> when crocuses' herald the return ) .

:. of boating weather.. I !i .

Some 40 scientists met recentlyat .
Rutgers University to talk Corvair 700 4-Door Sedan Corvair 500 4-Door Sedan Lakewood 700 4-Door Station Wagon "Lakewood 500 4-Door Station Wagon
about blackbirds. The session was

e' called a "blackbird depredation ..Q1

conference," but one spokesman -
; ? said "We're not trying to control -

blackbirds, but to control their
Greenbrier Wagon
depredations. Monza 900 Club Coupe Moan 900 4-Door Sedan Third seat optional at extra cost Corvette-America's only true sports car
The problem of blackbirds and
starlings has gone past the nuisance
stage. The birds have been I

responsible for everything from
1; ruination of a cornfield to jet plane See the new Chevrolet can, Chevy Concurs, and the new Corvette at your local authorized Chevrolet dt ltr'. -

accidents. f...-..
One scientist theorized that .
starlings may not just happen to '. 3
If. be in the path of a jet It's pos- HALL-TUMLIN CHEVROLET COMPANY rK ,-
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tainly understands boys and C. Casey 1 .0 2 i Friday the Bulldogs was paired -
knows how to get a lot out B. Robertson 000 I off against Yulee. Gerald and

of them in a nice way.I V. King 000 Phil Robinson teamed up and

saw many coaches on the S. Townsend 1 0 2 I I,scored 18 and 16 points to put

sidelines. They, of course, were L. Skolar 000 .[Bunnell out of the finals. The
but: to win but it could be done 1 J. Wilkins ,:-'-.\ 0 0 0 game ended 6146. 'Flashy for.

in a nice way. I know McGriff, A. Hugas 300 ward Harry Kuleski scored 23

j I is ready for next season. D. Deen Q ,0.0 for Bunnell. Milliard went onto

T. Thompson 0-0 0 defeat Kirby-Smith 7543.
CAT EYS PEWWES pass many former Bulldog starJ. 'B. Pache "; 000 Saturday night the Hilliard
AND BOMB ROLLERS I. Sheffield's record. TINA PACHES LEADS I'C. Stanish- 0 0 I l Red Flashes, won their 11th
With the beautiful-;and I straight trip to the state tourna-
who in the last six
Q. Emery, I
defeated i
grade Bullpups -
mean beautiful-weather, the 5 0 10 ment at Gainesville by whip.
games showed he was the sixth Rebels in'a -
Cateyes, Pewees and Bomb Rol grade ping Yulee in the finals 8645.
handling the ball on; rebounds I i I
basketball In the -
ler boys should be in action girls game. | The Bulldogs won third placein
and is also good at dropping a first half the Rebelsled 6 to 4; HILLIARD WINS TOURNAMENT
and start
spring training.
soon I the preliminary game 52-47
few in that hoope. With Ronnie
in the second half T. Pache
Flagler County, with is, scant Canakaris' steady handling of I Bunnell Bulldogs and Kirby. over Kirby-Smith. Harry Kuleski
scored 5 to lead the Pups
population, almost had the Smith won the of the scored 57 points in 3 games,
the ball; also Jerry Burnsed doing opener
to victory. A Robbin, L. Knight,
Champion Marble Player in the I, the same. I Group 4 Class C Tournament :Mike McMillan, Q. Emery, R.
S. Stupka also scored for the
country last season.- Thursday, :March 3. The Bulldogs Canakaris, and the team as a
I The county champion, John Big Mike McMillan, I. believe, Pups. I defeated Hastings 44 to 40 whole played their best band of
-, was defeaetd for the state will come through next season : For the Rebels, A. Hugas had and Kirby-Smith downed Orange I ball, but all the teams had their
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championship, and our state with a lot of clutch plays as 6 points, C. Casey and T. Townsend Park 45 to 36. '. best and all had a lot of seniors.
champion was defeated in the Mike is a big team man. Bebe had 4 points. I

finals for the country.We Moody and Randy Morris gained Bullpups Fg Fm Pts I I i THE MAJQY FAMILY BY LLOYD BIRMINGHAM
Tina Pache 317
came close to be champ. a lot of experience the past
ion. :Maybe this year we will season, and next season will S. Cox 000 HERE'S/ HOW DAD MADE AN

get in the finals. We had some make a few of the regulars A. Robbins 1 0 2 YOU TwEEzERS SHaw HAVE 1 ?1tAT'5 RK HT KLpu&ose TWEEZERS
! good mable shooter, and"they'f hustle a little more. S. Broadaway 1 %OJ as-THEN PDSTAMPUNI
I should be ,better this year. BLADE PlEaS AND SHAPE
With the J.V., Jim 'Lopez, L. Knight 1 0 2 I 6ET
Charlie Bratcher, Don McNab, S. Stupka 102 lVc HEAT TIPS AND fi
Eric Kuleski '
TRACK. TEAMLOOKS Dean ePterson, and J. Harbert 0 0 0 TOGETHER.' 'I
GOOD ready for varsity play. All the J. Smigielski, 000 I Iii I
will have to hustle I
The Bunnell track team has boys quitea K. Strickland 000 ,' I
bit as competition is going to K. Moody 000 "IqrI
been practicing the past few ':/ I
i weeks. The boys have been be a little more. S. Salyerds_ 0 0 0 n"1",f !"

r working out hard every day, Keeping score of the BUnnell I

and they look very good in games, the past season, I observed 6 1 13 6 \\SPACE WITHASHERSORNtfl5

. practice. I will' have more on Cliff's handling our
the team next week and also I boys. He surely is a good basketball Rebels Fg Fm Pts I

, the schedule of meets. coach -because 6 he cer K. Emery 000 ''iMJ"


BASKETBALL The Bunnell ROUNDUP.Bulldogs finished '

I their"season with a 15-8 record. : RAND OPENING

'j Coach Cliff McGriff did a good I ; \ ,
I job with the boys he had. His "

! team won 3 out of 5 games in '
two tournaments at the end of : ;
II season : _
} The Bulldogs will lose Craig,

i Holland, who was injured and

,1 also Reid Robertson. McGriff "
:t should have a good team next I STUDIO & GYM ;, ;
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year with Henry'*Guleski.who. ; 1f! F ,: ?
\ i improved game by game. In .
the near future he should sur- :. t ,. 103 West Moody Blvd.

I) (Near:. u. S. 1 & Moody Intersection. )
.4L March 15th thru March 19th
I Wednesday Sunday
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From Jay' Norman, an Old .: ,
Timer: "I remember when a boy, .
j heading out along the Gulfport. ':.i :t, _- ',' -
Fla., beaches with a bewhiskered
t aged number down that way who, T COURSES STARTING MARCH 20th" ,
in strict confidence confided to .'

me that he had knowledge of the '!- ... "" "" .
approximate place where one .. ; ..,
pirate. Captain Kidd had buried -q PERSONAL INSTRUCTIONS
ship's hold treasure. And he had
I in his possession what sure seem

ed an authentic map sketch for STEAM BATHS & MASSAGES
( locating such. ..
And. furthermore he had shown
me gold and silver pieces he had -

I c_ earlier Gulfport dug section.up down I around must have yon 1 : : .' WEIGHT REDUCING -& GAINING .

,, been around 10 then. My memory
still good to this day, I recollect : : '
, that just when we had found what : ;t -
, seemed the exact spoti from -' .
\t soundings we had made with an : :; : :: ::.
iron forced through beach sand .
then came the fiercest hurricane

I.t blow We had I'd ever to abandon care to experience.our search I #P'Come In Exercise and Feel 100% Better : -

and that same day my discoverer
acquaintance passed on and his :
map sketch seemingly with him. AIR CONDITIONED ,
, Yet ever has been that'mapped 'H- -:

location fixed firmly in my mind. ,; :
And ever my thoughts and plan to *.
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-sometime-again head out along ALSO '
that Gulfport Beach-stretch seek i/xf; ,;; -
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i p. was Hannah treasure cached! loot .away"rich. so- help pirate me .; if::j ,.' Sgt. Arthur Wilson Judo Expert of McCoy ',; "


f i f wealth port Yup,still worth I'm today certain mining must that, digging be at Gulf-real fort :: Air Force Base Will Be Here In Person On ( : .

if only the rich wealth of joy .. '
there and heart-contentment, and the gold in to be friendly found : March 15th To Give An Exhitition and Judo .<;' : % :, .

;. .>I. folks ozone hearts and ultra. violet. where fays Florida seem.', ;"U Will Be Included In The Course If Wanted, j riif" '

k to me "to make for extended ,,'

longevity richer fuller days "oft ; For Both Male and Female. ':
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MR. AND MRS. ROBERT I Mr. and Mrs Howard Taylor,i Visiting here during the past
MOODY HNORED AT Sr., have returned to their home I weekend with Mr. and Mrs. j
9 8 .'.. DINNER PARTY I in Fort Pierce after spending I Harry McKenney were his uncle-

several days here with their son, and aunt, Mr. and Mrs. Hebrert
Mrs. D. D. Moody and Mrs.
Howard Taylor, Jr., who was ill Adams of Winter Park.
Marie West were hostesses at a
LOCALS in the hospital.
r family dinner party and stork (More on page 8)
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oring Mr. and Mrs. Robert

MRS. SeDESSIE. MR. I Moody, 3rd, of Augusta, Ga. Profit Opportunity
Marriage of Miss r ri -
MERCER HONORED AT The gifts were presented to
: Pearce To Mr.. Casey A DINNER PARTYMr. Mrs. Moody in a car bassinet by
,Karen Moody and Kathy West. S
Is AnnouncedMiss and Mrs. O. F. Alford entertained
with a dinner party at Those present were Miss Iona RAMBLER
Sarah Pearce and Mr. their home Wednesday evening Moody of Orlando; Mrs. Hazel i .
f Billy Gene Casey, both of Bun- honoring Mrs. Alford's sister Stuckey, Mrs. Jennie Black, Mr.
nell, were married Saturday, and brother, Mrs. Lizzie SeDes- and :Mrs. Benny Black, Mr. and

, March 4, 1961, ,ina quiet ceremony ,sie and Frank Mercer. Mrs. Se Mrs. Tommy Durrance, Mr. and Dealer Franchise

I. in Folkston, Georgia. ..Dessie was leaving for Panama Mrs. Cliff McGriff and Cheryl,
I Florida to reside and Mr. Mr. and Mrs. Dale Brown and
The ceremony was performed I Now Available In
Mercer was celebrating his birth David, of Bunnell; Mr. and Mrs.
in the office of the County Judgein
Don Kane, Jacksonville; Mr. and
the presence of Mr. and Mrs. day anniversary. .
Mrs. Robert Moody, Jr., D. D. BUNNELL
Invited included the
I S Charles Strickland Judge guests
Moody, Mr. and Mrs. Waldo
Conner officiated. following members of Mrs. Al
West, Lawrence West, and Mrs. In
ford's family: Mr. and Mrs. Fastest-Selling Car The Fastest-Growing Market
I The bride is the daughter of Mercer and Mrs. SeDessie of Robert Moody, 3rd, and sons,
I Mrs. J. W. Pearce of Bobby and Donald, and Buddy
i Mr. and Bunnell; Mr. and Mrs. John WHY Rambler sales have broken previous year sales records
Eutaw, Alabama. The groom is Henry Mercer of Daytona Beach; West. Also Miss Louisa Perez for 38 straight months despite all competitionMost
the son of Mr. and"Mrs.. S. E. and her schoolmate, Pat, of Au-
and her brother in law and sis
ttouble-free U.S. car according to surveys of ownersof
' 55 Casey of Bunnell. ter, Mr. and Mrs. Julian Horton, gusta. all makes.

The bride chose for her wed- 'of New Smyrna Beach. Top quality at America's lowest prices.

ding a beige and tan street Mr. and Mrs. F. J. Chambershad Highest resale value.
length dress with which she Mrs. Ed Copeland had as her I as their guests for a fam-
Best owner loyalty. A higher percent of Rambler owners
i wore tan accessories. guest last week her nephew, ily reunion during the past
buy the same make again than owners of any other make
1 Mr. and Mrs. Casey are residing Burton Rogers of Orlando.Mr. I weekend, Mr. and Mrs. A. X. according to official registrations.
in ,the Malphurs apart- Peffer of Chattanooga, Tenn., World's best-selling cylinder station wagon.
: ment on North Moore Street. and Mrs. Homer_ Brooks Mr. and Mrs. Fred Chambers of

( 1 were called to Augusta, Ga.'I West Palm Beach, and Mr. and WHY the Rambler franchise offers higher profits to YOU:
I Mr. and Mrs.'Lamar Harris, Jr. during the past weekend to see Mrs. Buddy Chambers of Bun-
; and three sons left Thursday of her brother who was seriously Rambler dealers sell more compact cars per dealer than
f last week for Panama City, Flor injured when he was hit by a nell.The Peffers left Tuesday to any other group.

I ida, to reside. They were ac- truck. return to their home in Chatta- Profits are above the industry average.

( companied by Mrs. Harris' moth nooga after a ten-day visit here Only franchise that doesn't tie up your capital in high-
I er, Mrs. Lezzie SeDessie. Mrs. Lila Burrough of Brunswick with the Chambers. Mrs. Cham cost, hard-to-sell big cars or trucks.

Mr. Harris is with an oil com Ga.,' visited here several bers and Mrs. Peffer are twin Rambler owners are Rambler's best salesmen because
): pany there. r rh days last week with her sister, I sisters. they are best satisfied.No .
Mrs. Nell Allen. She expects to automobile experience necessary. The most experi-
Mr. and Mrs. Ernest Taylor I return during the weekend to enced compact car experts in the business will select
I and Mrs. J. C. Rodgers were in spend some time. I "Mrs. Alfred Tucker and little and train personnel for you in proved, profitable methodsof
selling and servicing compact cars.
.5 5I St. Augustine Sunday of last I II I daughter, Dorothy, left Sundayfor
I: .-, week visiting with Mrs. J. M. Mr. and Mrs. Hugh Cameron a short visit in Montgomery For Complete Information Write, Phone, or Wire
returned to their home in Alabama. She will- be
y f Creech. They also attended Belvedere accom Director of Dealer Development
;,,' *- church services at Calvary Baptist S. c., after spending the panied home by her::parents, Mr.
: Church and enjoyed The past two monthVhere with'their.and Mrs. Clauae"Blackwell who AMERICAN MOTORS CORPORATION
't'** 7- Harvesters Quartet from Char- son in law and .,daughter, Mr. |will visit with them for some
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WI Tough, Consequently, glass is no Fiberglass, the thoughest formof for their product. They envision -
Continue on page 7)< longer a fragile material of I glass, is stronger than any glass rocket ships, strong
And Versatile limited utility. In recent years I other :material of the same structural glass beams, and
PINETTE CLUB MEETS Man has been making glass scientists have created an amaze,weight, provided its surface is phosphorescent glass highwaysthat
I Pat Cowart was hostess at a for at least 5,000 years, but he ing array of tough, versatile perfect. One experimental ,fiber glow softly at night.
supper party Monday eveningat "wonder glasses." resists forces up to almost a : "We've
what it is. substance
still is not sure got a great
her home, Haw Creek. Guests The atomic structure of glassis Glass 10 inches ThickA million pounds per square inch, I I to work with," says one glass
included members of the Pinet-
in 'I lead oxide glass cast in but a damp finger rubbed over' engineer "and it's made from
known only a general way,
and scientists disagree over its massive slabs 10 inches thick is the surface may cut its strength I I the cheapest raw materials in
The following new officers
I nearly as heavy as steel. Used nearly in half. the world"Community
were elected: Ann Hunter, presi details, the National Geographic. I III
to shield radioactive it Glass Ice
isotopes Strengthens
dent Nita Haywood, secretary Society says.Research
Lisa; Tilton, treasurer; Margie; however, is revealing I II II remains clear even under heavy I Fiber glass is used in more!
atomic radiation. than
30,000 products, including
Kinney, reporter. more secrets of this curious I I
electrical insulation, fabrics,
Others members present were substance, which technically is Photosensitive glass changes
Margaret Ann Shelton, Joan a supercooled liquid, not a solid. color or structure when exposedto building insulation, roofing.
Crews, Betty White of Bunnell, As chemists learn more of the ultaryiolet light and developed shingles, window screens, helicopter I
and Betty Hawkins of San by heat. One variety pro rotor blades, boat hulls, AIR CONDITIONED
I s I automobile bodies, air filters; I
duces patterns soluble in acid,
Mateo. guests of :Mr. and Mrs. Robert Daytona Ave.
which are dissolved to produce :and papers. Recent tests show I I
that glass fibers added to ice
WANDA KAY SAXON precisely formed electronic com I I
airport which are com 'I Sunday School 10:00: A.M.
ponents. In one instance 360,000 runways
Mrand Mrs. Olliff Saxon are and Mrs. O. F. Alford'
mon in polar regions, increasethe I !; Church Service 11:00 A.1.1.
minute holes were etched in a
the parents of a daughter, born were business visitors in Orlando
strength of natural ice ten R. W. Pa torEVEIIYOXE
two-inch of glass. *
February 28 at the Flagler Clinic Friday of last week.A. square
and Hospital. She weighed Some heat resistant glassescan fold. I L WELCOME:
seven pounds and three ounces G. Bradley has returned to be baked cherry red and Though special glasses are
and has been given the name his home in Espanola after receiving plunged into ice .water without increasingly important, convene
of Wanda Kay. medical treatment and breaking. tional window and container
I surgery at the University Medical Tempered glass has the glass accounts for nearly 75 per BlackwelPsRestaurant
Mrs. Leslie Pache has return i Center in Gainesville. strength of cast iron. It is made : cent of the 8,000,000 tons of
ed to her home here from by heating the glass until it begins glass produced annually in the 1
Bridgeport, Conn., where she was CARD OF THANKS to soften, then quickly United States. Ordinary glass is I 18th St. & AlA
called by the death of her With deepest gratitude we extend cooling the surface. The cool made of silica in the form of r Flagler Beach
mother. this word of thanks for the surface forms a rigid skin sand fused at high temperatureswith
many kind acts of sympathy around the still-warm, expand soda ash or limestone.One I SHRIMP
t "Mr. and Mrs. Robert Moody, I expressed by thoughtful friends ing interior. When the interior large glass works, which CHICKEN
3rd, and sons, accompanied by during our recent bereavement. glass cools, it shrinks and triesto has tested 65,000 glass formulas, I BARBECUE
Mrs. Moody's sister, Louisa Perez -i I I These kindnesses have meant pull the surface inward. The develops new ones at the rate FISHSANDVICHES
and her schoolmate Pat, of I much to us. t resultant interior tension and of 30 a day. Almost half of the I
Augusta, Ga., were weekend The Leslie Pache Family I surface compression must be 102 elements are regularly used "
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continue to buy the brands I!season the price, may be re 1[!judge this realistically? Can I tive label or tag is your best I
Want to shop successfuly? proven satisfactory rather than i duced. Remember, "however: i(you care for it yourself? What buying guide. A good label
I Then learn to judge value! depend on unfamiliar' brand}that changing fashions can oft ;'"care features" can save you I:should give you definite infor-
names. '- t en make clothes out of date time and energy? You'll find mation. It should specify fiber.
An unsuitable or unnecessaryitem Fashion, fabric, construction, I!even though they are still in that it's often necessary to makea finish, care, and shrinkage con-
of clothing is never cheap, fit, and care all contribute toj i wearable condition. For the choice between styling and
no matter how little it costs I quality. High style fashion is I more expensive garments that ease of care. trol.There is more to clothes than
originally. The good shopperfirst fun, but most shoppers have to]you'll want for long wear, then, I A label or tag can tell you meets the eye. Clothes are a
sets her cap on value. She I consider budget and lasting*-it's usually best to choose "ba- ,.something or practically noth part of our plumage. Attractive-
includes both clothes and accessories wearability. "Fashion" clothes.are .sic" or "classic" type clothes. ing. No longer can we tell fabric clothes help to make us feel
in her budget list and naturally higher in price, !I Ease of care should be an I quality of a garment just by easy, poised, and confident. We
looks for value in each pur- especially at the first of a new important consideration before looking at or feeling it. The 'ex feel better when we look better.
chase. A satisfied shopper is -
one who buys what she has
planned, likes what she has
bought, and returns borne feel
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Here are some guidelines to ..::H.. '
make you a satisfied shopper. .V '
Back each with
ful reasoning purchase and thought. care-Shop Invites You To It's Bunnell '
several stores. Compare values
and prices. Remember_ that the
or performance of
the highest priced clothes may
not offset the added cost. Also BUICK CADILLAC SHOWINGFriday
remember that the most Inex-
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qualities as not to offer last- II March 10 4 9 Free Test Drives
ing satisfaction.If p. m. p. m. -

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help you get better quality for
your planned budget, take ad- I
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You may also have found that Cadillac r
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for you or other family mem-
Standard of the world

Crossbreeding To Bet
1961 Cadillac 4 dr. Hdtop.

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Emphasized April -

Cattle Short Course .

: Crossbreeding of cattle will
receive major emphasis at the
, 10th annual Beef Cattle Short
Course at the University of Florida
April 2022.
Dr. T. J. Cunha, head of the t
University's animal husbandryand #<
nutrition department says 1961 Buick LeSabre 4 dr.Hdtop I4'
t the sessions will be held in the -.,, ; -- ; -sf-. k--" ';; ..,.
Livestock Pavilion, beginning at "
8:30 A.M. April 20. 1, i
Crossbreeding sessions will I :. ,
deal with research reports, effects '
on animal physiplogy, experimental I The Special SizeBUIGKSPEGIAL .
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effect on carcasses, experi- s .
ence of cattlemen and recom- 1961 Buick Special 4 dr. Wagon 1961 Buick Special 4 dr..
mendations.In .
addition to University per- .
sonnel, speakers from out of j
state will address Florida cattle-
men on crossbreeding work and : OPEL -- GM's Economy Car Built in Germany ,
their experience with it. Sessions I >
will .continue through Saturdaynoon. I .

! A special session, Thursday I See the of Models and Colors .
; afternoon will feature breed representatives I big display at:
; from various associations "-
taking part in the program -
f answering questions on I ; :: 't- :: .

.J their Facts breeds about of breeding cattle. work I ED'S PURE OIL STATION

; with native, Angus, Brahman,
0- Brangus, Hereford, Santa Ger- U. S. 1 BUNNELL :
, trudis, Shorthorns, Charolais and
Charbray cattle will be pre.' .
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Florida restaurants serve 175- I of the wholesome breakfast is I
What Agricultural CareerAt
000 breakfasts daily. Mainstay one: or more Florida 'fresh eggs.

They Do With It! Gainesville.. on

a. Saturday, March 18 I CAMDY I

Many of you may be wondering Students in high school I Dorr
what they do with that throughout Florida are being I

precious pint of .blood you so invited to the University of Florida -
generously donate. Well, here for an agricultural career I'D LIKE TO TALK V "
,t. are some of the medical uses day Saturday, March 18. The [WITH THE BOSS-WHOf
of blood: annual Agricultural College HOW DO, MISS....TVA WEARS THE PANTSIN
t IiXc Fair March 17. 9 will be an I
"Whole blood'ror fresh blood ; BRUSH CO.
, '. transfusions are necessary added attraction, according to I
whenever large amounts of Harold Stephens, Bushnell, presi- r
dent of the Agricultural Council. -
blood are lost as a result of accident -

injury, childbirth, or Stephens says the program
, certain diseases. Whole blood will, get under way at 9:15 A.M. 1n J
must be refrigerated and may with a welcome address ,-by
be kept for about 21 days and Dean Marvin A .Brooker of the
then it is made into plasma. I College of Agriculture. Provostfor n\
Agriculture Willard M.: F-
"Plasma, the liquid portionof
the blood, is separated from field will speak opportunitiesin i

the cells by placing bottles of IY agriculture.
blood in a machine which spins Representatives of appropriate
divisions will discuss I OH, FATHER DOES* \ _- E'S WEARING AN
them around at a yery high university
speed until the cells in the : admission requirements and I RIGHT NOW.

blood have been pulled to the costs. scholarships and loans, --SBHZJJ--U I
bottom, leaving plasma above. -' >; and housing.
The plasma is then drawn off The Council'also stages the
<<, fair, which will have exhibits I
and ready for use in treatmentof L' ::
bums and emergency cases. | COTTINPICKIN HANDS. Do representing all phases of College -I

Plasma has been broken down you cotton to lovely Gwen Gayle, of Agriculture activities. I I
Into "fractions." As a result of who has been named "Queen of The displays will be preparedand
the Cottonpickers for 19S1?" shown by student clubs
mixing plasma with certain I
/ chemicals, the proteins can be from the various departments.Birds I
vent infectitious hepatitis, an e.
seperated individually as pastes.
infection of the liver. feed their young in
These pastes are quickly frozen,
then dried, ,then appear as dry "Fibrinogen" Is one of the various ways. Most small birds
white powders. Many fractions plasma proteins essentaal to carry insects or fruit in their --
have been isolated and several blood clotting, and in certain bills, and pop the food into out- Subscribe to The Flagler Tribune, $2.50 Yearly in AdvanceI
of stretched mouths. Others swallow
i cases hemorrhage.Now
derivatives are now availablefor
I the food and later cough it ..mIll &r.I _
medical use. that you know how important i .
their i
"Serum alubmin," about half your blood is why don't up. Hummingbirds employ ;
the protein content of plasma, you make a date to donate on tubular tongues to inject the :
is used in the treatment of certain Wednesday, March 15, at the youngsters with nectar. Cormorants 'I I1
and their I I
kidney and liver diseases, Civic Center. pelicans open
mouths and let the babies help
severe malnutrition and treat I I
ing shock. Eggs are graded on outside themselves. POTATO

"Gamma globulin" is a plasma appearance, weight, and interior Subscribe to The Flagler Tribune I 1 II
fraction that is able, to mod quality. Look for the Seal of S -
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. This is a friendly challenge. Take us up on fully built to take care of itself?You name it.
it, and we will show you how to pocket a Galaxie has it beat! :
t r; mint of money. First, take our 'Galaxie Next, get our Galaxie Challenge Deal. IMPORTANT( BULIETM: :
I Challenge Ride. Then compare Galaxie with Compare it 'all over town and you won't .
k higher-priced 1961 cars. What other fine car come close to the deal we'll make on your I. I.
is fired with Thunderbird spirit and spunk? car right now. So take our double challenge _
What other fine car can save you'a,bundlenow.. Our Galaxie Challenge Ride '. our i I Control Aphids and Blight II
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