The Flagler tribune

Material Information

The Flagler tribune
Place of Publication:
Bunnell Fla
Creation Date:
March 23, 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).

Record Information

Source Institution:
University of Florida
Holding Location:
University of Florida
Rights Management:
The University of Florida George A. Smathers Libraries respect the intellectual property rights of others and do not claim any copyright interest in this item. This item may be protected by copyright but is made available here under a claim of fair use (17 U.S.C. §107) for non-profit research and educational purposes. Users of this work have responsibility for determining copyright status prior to reusing, publishing or reproducing this item for purposes other than what is allowed by fair use or other copyright exemptions. Any reuse of this item in excess of fair use or other copyright exemptions requires permission of the copyright holder. The Smathers Libraries would like to learn more about this item and invite individuals or organizations to contact Digital Services ( with any additional information they can provide.
Resource Identifier:
001024369 ( ALEPH )
33425664 ( OCLC )
AFA6237 ( NOTIS )
sn 95047251 ( LCCN )

Related Items

Preceded by:
St. Johns tribune
Succeeded by:
Palm Coast news
Succeeded by:
Flagler/Palm Coast news-tribune


This item has the following downloads:

Full Text

I'I'c+ -" -


: .

J. : .

,r I r"r": -; -' '- '"" IaIrr ,(iC ribunr \

I. I

Masonic Lodge I' BROTHER BROOKS DIES OF MRS.. I Mercers Attend I BUSINESSMEN'S CREDIT BUREAU I I Wadsworth TellsBusinessmen


Easter Service and .Mrs. Homer Brooks The Bunnell Businessmen's of
Tax CollectorsGayle
were called to Thomaston, Ga., Credit Bureau will meet tonightin I

I Sunday by the death of Mrs. and Frank Mercer were the conference room at the
I Value of C. of C.
On Good FridayThe t Brook's brother Louis Green. ,in Orlando this1" week to attend I Citizens Bank.

I Funeral services were held, thereon the meeting of the State Asso- Guest speaker will be Fred

public is invited to at I Tuesday. ciation of Tax Collectors there. Beighley of the Daytona Beach I Lewis Wadsworth told the I

tend Easter Service at Masonic Mr. Green was fatally injured Frank Mercer, who recently Credit Bureau. Bunnell Businessmen's Association

Lodge at 7:30 P.M. on Friday, when he was struck by an automobile retired after serving 29 years as The Credit Bureau was formed J Thursday night that the

;, March 31 (Good Friday). The about 10 days ago. Flagler County tax collector, became through the Bunnell Business Florida State Chamber of Commerce
service is sponsored jointly by ill and had to return to men's Association last fall and I "has a master plan for

Order of Eastern Star and the; his home here'; Monday after. has been in operation since the the development of Florida."

1- Masonic Lodge, according to an noon. first of this year. "If diligently pursued," the lo

announcement by Mrs. Rita Dia I Flagler Beach Gayle Mercer was recently. cal businessman said, "this plan

mond, Worthy Matron and John appointed to serve-l as Flagler County Government will make Florida an even better

A. Clegg Worshipful, Master.A Business Group County Tax Collector, filling the place in which to live and

program of Easter: : Music vacancy when / his father re- Week Observance Is to do business."

will be offered by various church Meeting TonightPal signed. Speaking on the State Chamberand

choirs and soloists with the as its objectives, Wadsworth
Parker: has arranged a I Set For March 27-31
S. Ted listed the various the
sistance of Walter dinner meeting at 7 P.M. this ::1 projects
Weber and Ray Mercer. (Thursday) evening at AlA Whereas, the State Association I Chamber takes on to further develop

Rev. Millard Brock, pastor of Ocean View Restaurant. Business CONSERVATION NEWSBy of County Commissioners of the state. in its cooperative

Flagler Beach Baptist Church, people of Flagler Beach Florida has set aside the periodof program with business and in- ,

will deliver 'an Easter Message. have been invited to come and Tilmon W. Robinson March 27-31, 1961, for ob- dustry.He !

Assisting in the service will be enjoy association together while Under the drainage project, servanca of County Government noted the non-profit or i

Rev. Tom Pinner, Rev. W. L. they eat. I Which the Flagler Soil Conservation Week, andWhereas I ganization's professional staff

Spicer, and Rev. Reynold Hoover. I I District and the Flagler it is fitting to call which "processes the conclusions

Later in the evening they-will County Commissioners are jointly !public attention to the achievements !'reached by some dozen or more

.... Refreshments will be served discuss new horizons and possibilities sponsoring, and on which of county government administered i committees and divisions who
during fellowship hour after:the for the Flagler Beach they have asked for federal assistance by the various Boardsof I i are continually studying the

service. area's economy. "New hopes, construction: of a new County Commissioners, and state's ecohomy:'

new outlook and a new group channel on Black Branch would Whereas, County Governmentsare "Studies are continuously being

can put new enthusiasm into start at Highway 1 and continue cooperating partners with made in the areas of tourist

Robert Tweed the activities in diversified downstream as far as necessary. State and Muncipal Governments development, agriculture, aviation

fields," Mr. Parker said. Faster removal of flood waters in administering public beautification, citrus production .

"For the man who has to do from Bunnell and the surrounding affairs; education, water con

; Died Tuesday In something about profits in a area would result Additional Now, Therefore, I, Farris Bry I!servation and flood control, forestry

hurry, a new survey of assets, work would, be undertaken ant, by virtue of the authority industry, inter American
liabilities and responsibilitiesmust on Middle Haw: Little Haw vested in me as Governor of the affairs, national legislation,

!t Local Hospital I be made at once." According Creeks, and Sweetwater Branchto f State of Florida, do hereby proclaim safety and public health, taxation -
take care of flood damagein
to the U.S._ Dept. of Labor 27-31, 1961, as and highways.
Robert Mullen Tweed of Bun. areas that have several different other areas. COUNTY GOVENMENT WEEKin Wadsworth said the Chamberof i
rJ The collection, ,.silt,, brush, Florida, and do encouragethe Commerce and ,state. .
Tuesday locally
\. nell passed a\v y'at 12:14 kinds of small manufacturing -
; at the\local h $&itat follow 'or procruction industries logs and the groWth of trees in several counties, ;to develop wide, wasjanIntegral agency of
I '' the stream channels of the Haw their own ,observances of this American
ing''' a long illness. Mr. Tweed have not suffered' \h& hardshipand democracy, representing
Creek drainage system will con occasion, built around a public
r was 50 years of age. unemployment as others. people who work together
tinue to worsen over a periodof invitation ,to the visit
citizenry to
Mr. Tweed was a native of I voluntarily for the common
years and flood damage will their local
Thurbee, Texas, and had lived county courthouse, I good.
become more severe, unless to observe the duties, services
Following Mr. Wadsworth'saddress
here about 20 years. He was a
carpenter by trade. Fourth Six Weeks steps are taken to alleviate the and functions of its several departments a business session was

problem. Steps taken now will as part of a statewide presided President O. C.
He is survived by his mother, over by
Honor Roll Of be more economical than a few
"Open Court
: Mrs. James M. Tweed of Bun' I Shelton.D.
nell. Also surviving are several years hence. House" in the 667 counties of .D. Moody talked briefly on
l Under the Small WatershedsAct Florida.In .
uncles and aunts of Texas. Bunnell. High School ; Bunnell's newest development,
the Soil Conservation Service -
witness whereof, I have
Funeral services will be held Colony Park Subdivision, whichis
Fourth grade-Kathy Bourne will furnish up to 80 per cent hereunto set hand and .
from the Bunnell Methodist I my caused being developed by Mr. Moody
Church at 2:30, this afternoon Charles Clegg, ,John Cody, Patty ".of the construction cost of the the Great Seal of the Stateof and T. E. Holden.
French Chuck Heir Hal King Haw Creek drainage. In addition -
to be affixed at Tallahassee
(Thursday). Rev. William L. to the meeting, memo
Spicer, Jr., pastor of the church, Carol Linda Townsend Carla the SCS will furnish all the Capital, this 13th bers of the Businessmen's Association .
Tucker, Glen Carle,,John Cook I engineering services, which day of March, A.D 1961. I and .
will officiate. He will, be assisted : their families enjoyed
George Karz- alone will run into thousands
Nancy Hargett FARRIS BRYANT, Governor.
by Rev. Thomas Pinner of a covered dish corn beef
the First Baptist Church of I wanski, Kenneth Simpson, Mary :of dollars. Local sponsors would TOM: ADAMS, Secretary'' of State. and cabbage dinner.
Anne Steflik; Brenda Townsend, pay the remaining or approxi
Bunnell. Colleen Tucker. mately one-fourth of the actual
The body will rest at Craig 1 SCHOOL
Fifth grade-Anne Bourne, Dan cost of construction of the proj
Funeral Home, '201, East :Moody EASTER HOLIDAYThe Ruth Miller'sBrother
Cody, Walton Cowart, Delores
Blvd. until and at ect.New
Deen, Kathy Emery, Vicky King I channels would mean Easter Holidays for the
from 1 o'clock until
the church
Barbara Pache, Linda Skolar. I rapid drainage of flood waters, Bunnell school will include Fri
the funeral hour. Interment will Seventh grade-Marjqie Lee i however this would not result day, March 31, through Monday, I: Dead

follow in Espanola Cemetery. Blakely, Betty Lynn Bourne Sue I in over-drainage or a lowered April 3. This will be Good Fri- .

Active pallbearers, are: D. D. Ellen Deen, Sherry Hargett, Margaret i water table. As determined by day and Monday after Easter as '
1loody.V.. R- Bass, Raymond Tornado
'' Hoskins, Brenda Murray, :engineering surveys structures holidays.
Smith, Fitzhugh Malphurs, Bill
Jo Ann Paquin, Stanford Robertson would be built in the stream School will close Thursday
Cobb, and c. Eisenbach..
Brenda Tucker, Kay I' channels to hold the water at afternoon and reopen on Tuesday Funeral services were held
Honorary pallbearers are: Henry
Weaver, Linda Weaver, John ,the desired level. morning, April 4. Monday afternoon in Pearson,
Salyerds, \ValaceVeeks, C.
Akins, Mike Tidwell, Vernon. Georgia, for Ed Webster, who -
K. :Muzyka, Clyde Lewis, Henry
May. The Flagler Soil Conservation BEACH RESIDE1 was fatally injured when a tornado -
Burks Ben
Sparkman, Martin
Harding, Shelton Barber, Joe Eighth grade-Ida Allen, Bet- District speaking contest which DEATH REPORTEDMrs. completely destroyed his
ty Cowart, Heidi Eisenbach, ,was scheduled to be held Friday home in Clarksville, Arkansas,
White Corbett Sullivan T. K. Flocill Rader, former
t Kandyce Lovell, Cheryl Skolar, March 24, at 2 P. M.- in the on March 12. He was treatedat
McKnight, Dewey Jones, Bobby winter resident of Flagler Beach,
Ninth grade-Allida Tucker, .Bunnell High School Gym, has a Clarksville hospital. for
McCort, and G. C. Layton, Jr. passed away Sunday at Big
t- :Mickey Ramsey, ,Kent Holland, been postponed until Friday, Rapids, Michigan. She had beena multiple injuries and passed
? Kathy Barber; Gail Wadsworth. April '7, at 2 P. M. The changeis of away on Thursday night, March
winter resident Flagler
: Mrs. Moody ReportsOn Tenth grade-Caroline Clifton, due to conflicts .in other activities 16. i
Beach for the past 13 years.
Quentin Emery, Dayna Feist, 'of the high school students Mr. Webster was a former
Funeral services were held at
Red Cross DriveRed Linda Harris, Carol Hoskins who are taking part in the Vail Funeral Home in Big resident of Flagler Beach and
Barbara Smythe, Mechele Steflik the contest. was the brother of Mrs. Ruth

Cross Drive ChairmanMrs. Barbara' Weaver. ,. Donna Mil- Rapids Wednesday.. Miller. He was 55 years of age.

D. D. Moody reported today ler. The supervisors of the Flagler His wife was' also seriously injured
the recently'completed drive for Eleventh'gradeBuddy Bar Soil Conservation District have Military Whist in the tornado.

funds in Flagler county netteda row, Florence Williams Boyd announced that the following Party at Woman's He is survived by his wife,

total of 46050. Robertson, Susan Deen, Harriet agricultural workers have been Club Friday NightGood Etta Webster of Clarksville; a

Mrs. Moody said she wantedto Hatcher, Susan Wadsworth, Mary (selected as judges for its public response is being madeto daughter, Mrs. Virginia Lee

thank the people who con- Susan Brannam, Ronnie Canak- speaking contest: Stanley Thrift, ticket sale for the Flagler Starling of Jacksonville; two

tributed to the Red Cross and aris, Carol Christopher Connie office manager, Agricultural. Woman's Club 's Military Whist I sons, John Webster of Jackson

also thank the girls ,who helpedin Shields David Lewis Peggy Hos Stabilization arid Conservation Friday night members of the ville, and William Webster whois

the campaign. kins Elaine Deen, Jasesene Committee St. Augustine; J. A. club said today. I stationed with the Airforce in

Dawson, Patricia Bross. Keebler, Supervisor, Putnam Soil j!I They are giving a number of Washington,''D. C Also surviv-

,Florida peanut yield last year Twelfth grade Mary. Jo Conservation, District Crescent''; fine prizes and also door prizes. ing are two ,sisters Mrs. Ruth

averaged 1,120 pounds per acre, Daugherty Polly Forson, Cary I City; Idv.. J. Kartell U.s.,Soil I I Club members are also serving Miller of Flagler Beach, and

an increase...' over the year before. Holland',. Joan- Hoff.- ro. .'.' Conservation Service, Palatka.wa. ,.a very good lunch. Mrs. Myrtle Corbitt of Bunnell.I' .

< <, .

-- -. -
.. --
>- : -
[ -

I : f

---- -- -- .. \
-- "-
and discuss the weather, in Salt Water Fish Florida's Paper and depending on the l vi" i- general --
Washington, how the cherry economic activity.
blossoms, are coming, commenting Catch Shows. Rise Mill Herndon says the pine seed-
Pulp. Capacity
1J on who visited in our officein Commercial fishing- fleets of ling production exceeds the

Washington, and not ever Florida's _coasts ,brought in a '190 Continues IncreaseAlthough planting rate currently. With
IXFy take a stand on anything and million pound catch of salt- I millions of acres of land poorly
probably not generate as much water fish of all types last year, Florida's pulp and stocked in Florida, the forester
opposition as I do by speakingout the Florida State Chamber of paper mills are operating at less I says this should not be true.
on the controversial issues, Commerce reports. I than: capacity currently, Timber needs for the future require -
1 1I I but I am convinced that the job "This catch was 3 per cent I of the industry expansion that the planting program
of being a RepresentativE in above the average for the past: according to an Agricultural Extension continue at a high level. Re-
Congress involves a -little more five years, with unusually. large I I Service outlook committee. cent surveys estimate timber
than the pronouncement of catches in 1056 and 1959 topping I I production must be increased by
pious platitudes. After all, you last year's figure. Account- 75 to 100 per cent in order to
should know how your ing for the lesser take was a. T. G. Herndon, farm forester, meet the demand for timber-
A.S. (Syd) Herlong I sentative feels about 'Repre-I sizeable drop in non-food fish says eight new mills have been products in the year 2,000..
1 Congressman.. Fifth District troversial issues and his last year to about half of the announced or are under con- .
J for feeling as he does. I 1959 volume. struction in the Southeast. This I ,
In my report this week I wanttd While it is tome significantthat "The catch of food fin fish situation should keep the demand -j I [ 1
discuss news reports by Congressmen we don't got many letters I last year came to 75,478,000 for pulpwood high. I t.;
to people -of their Dis in opposition to our views, a pounds, a gain 'of 3 per cent over Florida's pulpwood production !
tricts in general and my own high' percentage of the critical I the average. Menhaden and last year reached almost two I !
report to you in particular. letters that we get are not signed related fish processed for oils million cords._ He says it should
Of course, the principal object I or obviously signed with a fic- I and fertilizer, totaled 32,810,000 continue at this level or higher, I
of the newsletter is to try titious name with no return ad- pounds, off 23 per cent from the i
to keep as many people as possible )I. dress. Inevitably people will average. iI I pounds. All told ,the catch It Ij i j
in our District as closelyin take something out of contextin "Shrimp, crabs, lobster, and I amounted to 190,290,000 pounds I !: I I.c. Ii
touch with the Federal Government our report or send in a clip- other shellfish amounted to 81- during 1960."Florida I
as possible. An important ping from a newspaper writtenby 973,000 pounds* up 20 per cent. I traditionally ranks I
part of this objective is some Washington reporterwho The sponge crop, making a solw 11th among the 50 states in the t
J not only simply to let you konw either doesn't know the comeback, came to 38,000 volume of fish caught and third I ,
I. what is going on (you get this facts or is deliberately trying to in value of the catch at the
from the radio, tv, news reports mislead the people in the area ative as I am, and I would expect docks. Various research pro- {
and press wire services) but it he serves. This puts us at a disadvantage those people who are not grams now being conducted by f
is equally important in my because we don't conservatives to disagree with the University of Miami's Marine 1 ,:.:;.;S; : fI I fI
judgment to let you know what i have an opportunity to set these my views. I would, however, Laboratory and other uni I I
my views are on pending pro i people straight. It may be that welcome the opportunity to en- versities are designed to effect I NO WRONG NUMBER Now !
posals.As I they don't want to give the opportunity !. gage in a philosophical discus- optimum utilization and conservation being developed is this pocket j f fI I II
to set them straight or sion with them. Frequently "telephone" operated with a
is always expected in a i of this important \
afraid of the truth is critics with re'l I I transistorized radio receiver. '
case when we take a stand, we they are disagree my source. Foreign imports in
I the reason they don't sign their philosophy of government write I I Incoming "calls" are merely a j f
get letters from you for and cent years pose an additionalproblem buzz, notifying receiver to call j
names or give return addresses.I abusive letters and get extremely !
against the stand we take. In I under study. I I his office. 1 1
this connection would im with personal. Then they show -
it be have no quarrel people -
I ,. .. _ Ea-- _
great "courage" by refusing to
possible for all of you to agree who, when they know the 4 i
with every stand that I take be- I facts as they become known to I sign their names. I suppose in
cause there is no constituency.I us, disagree 'philosophically in politics we invite these per- .1 1 .
in the Unted States where all about the role of the Federal sonal attacks even on philosophical -
of the people agree on any one i j Government. Certainly everyonein issues. Believe me, I know I II
issue. I could write a newsletter my District is not a conserv- (Continued on page 3) II '

I ;

I 1 I }



'.. '
tvIt ,

'. f
( E j

I ,. ,.; 1-' A .1 IJ I Ig

'. ..., .J e
_... -; .,, '
; 4ff/3J. }
( J -. .t4taryr} ;Yd?;: ?.yj;
c .
I t. ) r /r k
lk yfii+: %: +N I (,

... .' t. I I ,

-" "'" \". l', ......'f l .Y I f J 1 i I i i'I
W.' ." ,
.x.: x... :::: II, .,,,(
r "
.. ; (- .yI'
,,, ... '
: ';f
y >> ;:: :':' I
I !
\ I 1
i i iI

f -: .'2': : 'l ,\ h,' : BI
# x.'I. > .
r: <.: II
\ .
Z ,
":; .x- ;j. '
:1.},:; : );: ti EJ l7V II

$ \ fV' .. I :. ( r
:;' II

:' .' with f lameless
a new"qinckrecovery" I
electric water heater I I ,:
** I I J
.. -: Nothing in water heating compares with the super-speed of a
'J : uquick-recovery"1lameless electric water heater. This remarkable 1 I' I II.
'1;' new water heater is the answer for larger families who require a

,. ., ,.. lot of hot water in a hurry. IMPORTANT I BULLETIN: 1 !

':, CLEAN I No constant-burning pilot light. no soot and greasy I I- .
: film caused by flame.siLeNT: Absolutely free from scary"blast on"k t

;4=. -. : and"blast_off"sounds. Noiseless as your electric light. 1Control Aphids- and Blight I; t.1 j

,. ;. {*' SUPER-SAFEINo flame or fumes to worry about.Assures peace of' : < .1 I, by using. ORTHO Thlodan and ORTHOCTDE. I. i
: ; mind. COMPACT Saves valuable space. Needs no vent or flue. : (captan) now! i
;r-3 I Tucks away even in a closet. ECONOMICAL; Cheaper to operate- I Call your nearest OSTHO fleldman now! M- t tI

because Sunshine Service Electricity is now bigger bargain than ever. | :

Nearly a million Florida homemakers have already switched to California(J. Chemical Company(J | II III
flameless electric waterheaters.How about you' ? See your appliance

dealer,plumber,or electrical contractor for the style you'll.want :. Ortho Division | I

i P.O. Box 7067 Orlando Florida I':
-fk; ; ?)mwe44. @: i: TJt's Reg. US. Pat OIL OHTHO OBTHOCXDEOn *

.r all chemical. reed_ directions. .. .,. and._. j ;.
cautions before use. > '
I 11.
.. ., ,- .... ;,n/Ntl, ,SUILO fLOHlOA' ,,s '7 r ',.E ........ --_ -'." ..._nee.....;..'Ar..,r... -_ :.. .._-- .
.. -leia---- r .

...--. '

'"":;"" -:: .:..- '
? "
-. .
-. ", 'I""r :" -r.-J :: .


, .

_. -
--- -- -- -- ----- -- ---- -
.HERLONG- with a capital and small D. I merits and not on the basis of lieve to be the best interests of I I of course predominantly the in-
intend to continue weigh all who proposes them. I shall do! the majority of the people I terests of our country as a
.SAYS . controversial issues on their so, bearing in mind what I be- have the honor to represent, and I whole.
Continued from paw 2) I ;mr;:;, ,.,. ,.. .. ...-....... ,. .,. .. ... .-... .,. .-.. -- ..,, .. -. -...-.. -- -!:.Y.......:.Jl... rw:.:.:.v.;:.::: ..........:.......1.1... .!..........J.l....l...........:..:..:.:.:.l-.....{....Y.a.:}:.:.;.l.S....w-...:r........N.:::.'lw. Y:.:.5 y:::,.;,:.:.;:.:::.:...:.:}.Y.v.:.:J.:!:!.:!:.!l.:..:...:.r.:...:..5:.:..:...:.:..:..;:;..:..5..5...:...:...::.:..:..:-:.:.:...:-.::.::.-:..:'.::::.:...:;.:Y:.::..::.:.:::.::.:,..::.::::....:;.frmrr'kl....:...:........:.......J..S..S.a..... : ::{.::.:!\).....;.;.:.:.::::::..:k..:::::.}.:::.:::.::;.:s.Y::;'.::..:Y.;:.:::.5.:.':......SS..:;\:............t..}.Y.}...\"l...*...:.. iiiiII1
how an .umpire in a baseball

game feels when he makes whatappears .
to the grandstand to bea
.. .. .S.{;},...4
bum decision and hears the

roar, "kill the umpire" from all
quarters. I don't supose anybody
really intends to kill an umpireany
mqre than he intends to
kill a congressman, but it is al.
ways open season on us. The
only difference is that this
r game we are playing here is "
Fl much more important than a ;
baseball game.' The stakes are :
i: : f}:}:y2rf:; ;? b
the preservation of our way of K'!'' }
life. People who write and I I .
criticize me for being opposedto '
so many things,that the left .' '.
wingers sometimes wind
up by asking what am I for : : :' : .:. .. : :: :

&\ anyway? :My answer, of course, .
is that I am for preserving our
way of life and following When sprayed on your potatoes, "Manzate" clings to leaves, resists washing off. You get long-lasting protection against blight.
dies which will preserve polio'I'I

objective the process it of is working necessary for to this oppose I Spray Du Pont Manzate to control blights

things which would lead r:t maneb fungicide .

us Some further people suggest toward socialism.that because .assure top yields of No. 1 's .

I am a Democrat and a
Representative of that party in One-chemical blight control-a spray program with "Manzate" ..
ar: 3 maneb fungicide controls both early and late blights.
Congress, that regardless of the r
views of the people who sent Better yields, quality and profits-"Manzate" helps boost yields as
me here I should blindly follow .ir. '> '4; much as 40 bushels per acre. gives you more Irs, and naturally
any program the Democratic ,k"': increases profits, as proved by growers in all major producing areas.
r leadership suggests and cast a Safe,to use-"Manzate"is tough on disease,mild on plants.It can be
1 rubber stamp vote. Of courseI }A;><' used on potatoes right up to harvest time...won't stunt plant growth.
: is
can't do this, and I am sure ) Saves time and money"Manzate" is a wettable powder, ready to
the majority of you don't want mix wherever there's water. It is compatible with most insecticides
me to. If every Congressman <' # and fertilizers so you save money with efficient combination sprays.
followed this policy there wouldbe Saves trouble"Manzate" has been thoroughly proved over the
no need for a Congress at all. ;k : r" .;;:' years-you know you can depend on it for top disease control, easy
The President would simply announce i _
,, handling.
his program, and that I :,,5 rr 1!
would be it. Repeating for the On all chemicals,follow labeling instructions and warnings carefully.

sake of emphasis, I know that .
it is not possible please all I
our people on any one issue. I MANZATE
that I Each acre you spray with "Manzate" can
hope, speak the views of .
. .
yield bushels more of fl'a like these. Field 16 W t"" S't maneb fungicide
the majority because
I majorityrule applications of"Manzate"protect your crops BEn.R THINGS FOR BETTER LIVING
is' true".-,Democracy. ,.-both. -- ,_, .fgcun.?te blight tuber rot,too. ...THROUGH CHEMlSTiY' F -

2V2 can Food King FLAGLER FOOD STORE"For Clean Clothes"


I. I
: S>< aent 4ge .

4 cans $100 : a Limit one with $5.00
for .
food order
L1. PRICES GOOD=:-T hurs.-F rl.-S at.. Iuarch 23-24-25, 1961 or more
R j uLkL j nbn I I I
Maxwell House Grade "A" Beef

COFFEE pound 39 ROUND STEAK lb. 89C

.. I
Center Cut

... Limit One With $5.00 Or More Food Order I
PORK CHOPS T: lb 6ge
I EVAPORATED MILK .3 cans '3ge Palm '-

for SL IverCED BACON Ib.4ge

Chicken of the Sea i

LIGHT MEA TUNA ; 2ge 12 oz. Copeland .. '-!:: I

_. _can_ __ ___ FRANKS pGrade"A"D&D kg. 3ge
K ra ft' "- -


i__ ." -.- STEWING HENS Ib.2ge

DUKE DOG F 00 D can 5e 46 oz Stokely Betty Crocker '

limIt 4 -


A .-L' A D 0 I L. 'gal'12, 69 JUICE MIXES 00

: $100 pkgs. $ ,
4cans 3
Limit One With $5.00 Or More Food Order I for'


10 oz.'Birds Eye Red Delicious

STRAWBERRIES 4 pfor: $100. APPLES :,- .R.- ... 2lb45C

6 oz. Seald Sweet .. ", '. Large Crisp ,'-- '> -
ORANGE JUICE, r : .- 6 cans for 9ge CELERY 1'- <:-2, : talrIge

10 oz. Ga Golden Shores Fresh -4: : -

BREADED SHRIMP 2 p;$s. 8ge RADISHES bag 5e

10 oz. PkSl. Yellow

CHEF'S WAFFLES pkg.1ge ONIONS. .' tb 5e

.. ... 0;


.. ..-' -,.. ---' ---w-.. .."'" .---w----- -
-', .. .,,:..... -." .'' ..:. .,"" ,

r- .


.. .....
PAGE FOUR -- 4.- THE FLAGLER TRIBUNE; BUNNELL. FLORIDA Thursday, March. 23,:' 1961
. -
-'------ ----- -------

: I Easter Cantata will beheld
The First Baptist Church 'Re- Young Woman's Auxiliary
::7& Beach Easter Sunday evening in
r .Z vival closed with Sunday eve- was recently organized in the the Flagler Beach Baptist
0 ning's service after running a Baptist Church by Mrs. Millard Church. Choir Director'Judson
full week. Conducted by the Brock. It is fox: girls of the
Stryker has planned for all of
LUNA BABBITT pastor, Rev. Millard Brock, it church between the ages of 16
the church choirs to take part-
Telephone HEmlock 9-2099 claimed a good attendance ev and 24. Meetings will be held
and the pastor, Rev. Millard
ery night. On Saturday evening twice each month and the next
Brock, will read the Scriptures.A .
FLACLER WOMAN'S BEACH SCHOOL Choir Director Judson Stryker in-. meeting will be at 6 P.M. this
CLUB NEWS HONOR ROLL FOR vited members of other choirs to Saturday at the church. special offering will be .
WEEKS'Third buy new Baptist Hymnals.
Spring is here! The Clubhouse FOURTH SIX join in the special music and The officers elected are: Judy

is undergoing a good grade-Norman Boswell, the response was very good.A Stryker, president; Barbara Bab- (More on page 6)THERE'.T

cleaning and the windows' are Barbara Bross, Cathy Duncan: spaghetti supper will be: bitt, vice president; Margie
all ashine. Won't you help with Donna Filkins, Debbie Lucas, served Thursday evening in the Schatz, secretary; Diane Springer .1
the expenses by attending the Howard McNitt, Ann Meekins, Woman's Club by the Young' treasurer. Barbara Weaver is
new card game, "Military Barbara Wilson, and Kenny Married Peoples' Sunday school program chairman and Linda
Whist" Friday, :March 24th beginning ? Whitney. class of the church. Membersare Lowe is prayer chairman. As anew I

at 8 P.M. at the Clubhouse Fourth grade Monica Huber, having an advance sale of project the girls decided to

?' Mr. Ted Weber will con- Johnny Meigs, Diana Lucas, tickets, according to Owen Kirk- make choir robes for the younger -

duct the game and it promisesto .Buddy Moore, and,Susie Duncan. Patrick, class president. choirs of the. church. AIr. i _
be very interesting. Several Wilson,
Fifth gradeJOAnn
more tables of four players are Patty Robbie, Tommy Duncan, FLAGLER BEACHMETHODIST I'SURPRISE BIRTHDAY
needed. Refreshments will be Nina Frizzell, Vickie Missinnie, CHURCH I AND SUMMER PARTY 4U4'

served with "expensive" door and Eleanor Shill. Woman's Club Building. Rev.N. Margie Schatz was hostess .
awarded "First, Second I
prizes Sixth grade--Butch Wilson; Hoover (Minister) Friday evening during a party
and Booby" players.The Johnnie Ruth Miller, Dale Abbott Palm Sunday, March 26. 9:30A. which began with a surprise
First Aid course being Dennis Clay, Arthur Mc .M: church school; 10:30 A.M. celebration honoring Helen Min-
taught by Mrs. Peg Moody is Daniel, and Ray Gordon. morning worship; sermon theme chew and ended with a slumber i ta
very interesting. Last Monday "Who Is This?" Special music party. Friends of the girls at-
"mouth to mouth" resuscitation -
evening Tom Galloway, E.,W-Eatman by Junior and Senior Choirs tending were Pat Bross, Nancy
was demonstrated by and George Preston spent last .and Solo "The Palms" by Mrs. Fleurie, Nancy Wilson, Sharon
Johnny Botterbusch with his weekend at the NAS in Jackson- Clarence Shultz.Thursday'7 Abraham, Karon Abraham,
wife "Eva" being the "Victim." Di-I I A LOT OF
ville with the Air National ane Springer and Margie's
Monday"bandaging will be DIFFERENCE IN RISINGID -
Guard. P.M. choir rehearsal ents and brother, Mr. and Mrs.:
It is free to interested THE TOP AMD 6O1N&
taught. anyone will be held at the home of Robert Schatz and Ed were present -
and is being conductedat UP IN THE AIR/
Axel Johnston Mr. and Mrs. Clarence Shultz. for the birthday festivities.
and :Mrs.
Mrs. : home, "White I
Tides" on Moody's AlA. beginning at from Mt. Morris, Illinois, were'I f.......J'........,.-....r..-.....................,....w:,........:: :.. ......Jf...' I I Make it easy on yourself when

7:30 P.M.The guests last week of Rev. and I II FOR ALL HOURS-DAY OR NIGHT I. you go motoring...let us regularly -
nominating -committee is Mrs. Reynold Hoover. service-check your car.
hard at work selecting new of 'I I That way, you'll have a safer,
ficers for the next club year. House guests last week of AMBULANCE smoother running car.... a
1\lr.1 I '
Serving are Mrs. Bennie Clay, and Mrs. J. L. Presswood PHONE VAIley 4-1625 car that costs less to maintain

chairman, Mrs. E. P. Fleurie, Mr. and Mrs.'Charles B. Sugden i I SERVICE ST. AUGUSTINE. FLORIDA I too.
Mrs. Sam Novick, Mrs. Alfred from Miami. They attended the
Batten and Mrs. Clarence Shultz. Florida Educational Association Never be hesitant about calling a Garcia Ambulance. We
I in Jacksonville each day and on I I
are always at your service with promptness safety andexperience.
NEW PATROL CAPTAINThe Friday they were accompanied
Flagler Beach Elementary I on the trip to Jacksonville by I
School Patrol has elected Arthur Mrs.. Presswood.Mr. Equipped With Oxygen Resusitator and Inhalator
McDaniel as their captain for I I
:' I the second semester., Other pa- and Mrs. Robert Vini- Garcia Funeral Home
trol members are: Christy Go- combe of Niagra Falls, N.Y., are /
, lien, Butch Wilson, Dennis Clay, spending a month vacationing I P. E. GARCIA, Licensed Funeral Director
Glenn Miller, Linda McNab, and'here. They are accompanied by 1.I I LADY ASSISTANT <' /1
, Tommy Duncan. his father and hermother.. :

t Grade "A" Whole ,
., 50 FREE World's Best

:' FRYERSThriftway 29 HAMBURGER 3 $139

t Limit one coupon to ADULT Lean Brisket I

r: with SHELTONS$5.00 or SUPER more food MARKET order at All MeatFRANKS : pkg., STEW MEAT ::5 lbs $100

I" This coupon 'expires Mar. 25, 1961 PkfJ 39 PORK FEET & 6 yy $4-00 1


r. Our Own PURE
Western Beef Choice Cuts

Garden FROZEN Family FOODS Size Pork Sausage ib 59* SIRLOIN STEAK tb, 98e

f' APPLE PIES eacKWinter 29 .

Maxwell House 1 tb
E- Birds Eye 10 oz. pkg.STRAWBERRIES Shurfine 2l/z ''can can

\=: ea. 29c <
T Birds Eye 10 oz. pkg. .; ,-, PEACHES .: 3 for 89'' COFFEE 55

; GARDEN! PEAS 2 for 45c"
Limit one with $5.00 or more food order
Betty CrockerCAKE '
,:. Armour's Luncheon Meat

' New Blue Detergent MIXESpkg.. 35' T'R'EF.T 45c
<:- I Giant I 4c OFF ;

r GHEEPlanters I K 59< Gold Medal Gaines Balanced Diet lOc OFF

f. meo7re order FLOUR 49 DOG MEAL x59c
Limit one with-$5.00 or- food 5 Ib. bag 5 lb.

Giant 15 oz. can v Chef Boy-Ar-Dee

: MIXED NUTS 89C Kentucky Wonder 1:
each .

Stokley's 46 oz. can With MEAT MUSHROOMS tb
'. f:,y.,:t_, U. S. No.1'

.. TOMATO JUICE ,"'::, each, 25C Hood ,"33"BLEACH- POTATOES 10 Ibs 39c


t:- .. Pure Vegetable ShorteningFLUFFO quart 17' GREEN ONIONS 2 bunches 19c

:;: 3lb 73 '

::7(". 25 FREE 50 FREE Thurs. FrL GOOD- Sat.


l 'with the purchase of with the ,purchase of STORE HOURS
.F TWO Pkgs. lib Pillsbury Mar Key 1/2 gal. Jug e e Mon. thur FrL--8 AJ>L-6:45 P.M.

f coupon void Mar. 25,1961 coupon void Mar. 25,1961 FLORIDAr

-.. ---,.--- ---- .. .-- --- ---- ,-- --" -

..- '- ----
---- T._"",," _,. '>.'
'0' .r.T.-v---.
: _
,---_ ._ _. ._ 1.' '"'- ." -

[. .'



----::::== -:--- -- ------"----- -"- -- --

Mrs. Jessie Way of Bunnell is
a patient in the University I(
:Medical College in Gainesville ( Greetings"Say
where she underwent surgery,( ,

y jLL0CA&ZANE for last amputation week. of her right leg ,(: It With Flowers

I( fromBlack's .

.. Mrs. L. B. Bratcher and Mrs.l i
t KELLEY HONORED KATHY WEST HONORED II,John Campbell were in Crescent Flower ShopPotted
1 WITH BIRTHDAY PARTY j AT BIRTHDAY PARTY !City Saturday visiting with I -
Kathy West was honored at a j' '
:Mr. and Mrs. Jimmy Kelley I birthday dinner Friday eveningat friends. I Plants Basket Arrangements Corsages
r( entertained with a birthday the home of her parents, Mr.
afternoon at their Carol Rodgers of Tampa spent c
i Sunday
party and Mrs. Lawrence West. The
last week here with his
, home honoring their son Zane. occasion was her third birthday
t The occasion was Zane's fifth I Mrs. A. C. Rodgers, mother'j'
anniversary. I I I with his father
birthday anniversary. I Guests included her grand- visiting derwent at St. Vincent's INSURE-Stay Insured & Rest AssuredGET
1 A candy Easter'Egg hunt was parents, and aunts and uncles. surgery I
in Jacksonville.
enjoyed by the young guests,j Hospital
and plastic candy filled eggs | Mrs. Joseph Paquin and Mrs.H. THE BEST PROTECTION FROM
I were favors. The birthday cake J T. -Cook were in Tallahassee DEAR .
was decorated with a Cow Boy Saturday through Tuesday at- want to thank all of our H. T. COOK AGENCY
friends for their many kindnesses -
and Indian theme. District of
. tending the meeting
to our loved one, Mable
Those present were Jay and the Rotary Club. They also vis- Citizens Bank Bldg. Bunnell Florida
Johnston, during her illness, and
Jam ,I Ij l:I
J Lady Rodgers ited with Mrs. Cook's son, Jim,

j Billy Michael Creal Kelley., Jackie Shelton, and who State is University a student Florida I to express for all our the heartfelt kind and appreciation wonderful --j'f ....'.......-.............................J'.J'.J'f..J'f.- --........................8,).
I deeds done for us at her i
I ,
\ Mr.: and Mrs. Pascal Carr of ;LOVOLUA Ernest Johnston, Sr. II Rooms ApartmentsHome
I and Family. :: u
\ 'Keystone Heights are_ the parents I Mr. and Mrs. Sam Luvoula of ,
of a son born February 27. I New Smyrna Beach are the parents -- I:
He weighed six pounds, fourteen I IIII
of an eight pound three anda
\ ounces and has been given the]i'' half ounce daughter born on I For Rent
name of Leonard Boyd. Mr. Carr March 11. She has been given I;
is a former resident of Bunnell I I I the name of Mary Ann Alberta.
and is the son of Rev.. and Mrs. The Lovoulas are former resi- 1 r:

,i Robert Carr. I dents of Bunnell. '- I Ii IiI Capitol Motel at KoronaOn

t Guests of Mr. and Mrs. M. B. Mr. and Mrs. Louis Steflik ':
f Fuller Sunday were their nephew I I
: and neice, Mr..and Mrs. Andy:were in Tallahassee Sunday at- : U. S. Highway 1-5 miles south of Bunnell
4 tending the District meeting of
{ Yelvington and their young son, the Rotary Club. Mrn Steflik is I I I:
Kevin, of Orlando. They were president of the Bunnell. Rotary I II .Owned and Operated by Emil and Mary MizaninA
} accompanied here by Bobby Club. t

Gould of Orlando. They also I DOWN 9-room furnished home, suitable for 1 or 2 fam- 5
I spent a short time in Flagler Visiting, here with their par- SALES
; Beach visiting with the Moody I ents, Mr. and Mrs. Ted Skow- I ilies. Also] motel rooms and apartments, permanentor
families and the Babbitt family. ronski, and with their brotherIn YOU
transient. Utilities furnished. A snack shop for
law and sister, Mr. and Mrs. WISE ADVERTISING. CALL US :

J A. C, Rodgers, who underwentsurgery Robert Moody, are Mrs. Ellen TODAY AND LET'S TALK ABOUT your convenience, and our rates are reasonable.
) at the St.., Vincent hose Zahul and Mrs. Sophie Skow-
S, pital last week is reported as ronski of Detroit, ,:Mich. They YOUR ADVERTISING NEEDS. Open for inspection any day or evening.
recovering satisfactorily: this came here on account of the illness -

'j'. w '.'.:.'\ ." #,,F...,<- > '.-...J of their father. I UEWSPAPERADSSELl FOR SUREI !
--- -

I Hershey l/z lb Kraft 8 oz. SLICED
'1U.I.1.lP.1.l lYJ.lU.q IU'lY..i u.Y..uY..i.1..1.'1M'1M' ow M WJMlWl: l.Y.UY.Jil' I

) CHEESE 29'
with your purchase of $5.00 or FROM SARA LEE KITCHEN Folgers

more food order at

6 oz jar RQC 24 oz.BEEF.
S tanlpSName 11 oz. CREAM CHEESE CAKE 49C

This Coupon Expires March 27, 1961 12 oz. BUTTER POUND Chicken of Sea l/z size i I 16 oz. I!

I' \ftrrtfrrfottrt7 wtttttr\ CAKE 77C'I TUNA. 290 CORNED BEEF '

Swift Premium Fully Cooked ,
17 oz. BANANA CAKE 77' HASH 39C
i '
PICNICS 2ge Muellers 8 oz.
Ib i. 12 oz. PREM 39 !
Birdseye 11 oz. ** Macaroni or Spaghetti
'\ Swift Premium BEEF s I .
Beef Chicken-Ham and
2 for25cKleenex Stokely 46 .
Yam Loin of Pork

100% Pure Fresh TV DINNERS 59C 200FACIAL JUICE

GROUNDBEEF r t' 2 89c Birdseye 8 oz. TISSUE I I 4. for$100

Wilson's Frozen CHICKEN Beef, Chicken or Turkey lOc Stokely 303

BREASTS 2i/2 tt, Bog $149 PIES \ 2for49C Large Size BEANS 2 31
Table Pride No 21/2 far
Wilson Frozen Chicken _
Whole Spiced
FAB 19C Stokely 303
y 1 BACKS 5 to Box 79C PEACHES 190 HONEY POD

or PIECE Beechnut 4%- oz.STRAIN PEAS ,,2 for39cI

t i Large Pascal FOOD 6 for65C I

f i CELERYYellow .- .2 'talks 1ge V ,Gal. 890 SAVE EVERY DAY HERE 2BRANNAM for31

... :
I sDg. : v : I
Ib Se
California LargeLETTUCE S

Head 160





;-' ..-- .-rw. _h"-__ tl'I -- -'- -.-- -- ._ .. .
"..- rv ,. _. _' _- -- ._ .. .. ....- .r..V... .. .. ._ ._--- "



-- .
-- -- =:--
--- -

NOTICE fly OF FORECLOSURE E CIUCUIT SALE I iacih.Continued Junior Woman's Club was held blood donor.Refreshments. I for their home but the Jack Tra-

r CLERKCOURT 5fager Tuesday in the Woman's Club were served by vers are remaining here until I

NOTICE. K. Smythe.given as the Clerk undersigned of- building with :Mrs. F. A. Reynolds Mrs. Atkinson and it was an- I Thursday. .

the Circuit Court for Fla&Ier I presiding and :Mrs. Carol nounced that Mrs. Lorna Gallo I :
nom Face 4
..county.t"lorida., will on the 10th .
t day of April. 1961. between the i Atkinson hostess. way will be hostess for the .

hours of li:0 A.M. and 2:00 P.Mat JUNIOR WOMAN'S CLUB I April 11th meeting. I Sam Woodruff arrived Tues I
door of the Court '
House the front' County. In the I The business meeting of the Mrs. Reynolds named as a day morning for a* short vaca i

City of Lunnei:. Florida offer for I nominating committee Mrs. Joann I, tion. He is with the Walsh Con
sale and sell at public outcry to Visitors here during last week I
Peavy, :Mrs. Jean Cannon
the highest and best bidder JUDGE FLAGLER COUNTY. I struction Co. and has been in
cash the following described property and :Mrs. Nita with Mr. and Mrs. Frank Brede
FLORIDA. IN PROBATE.: Haywood. They Canada for the Mr.
in Flagler past
and being year.
situate IN RE: ESTATE OF will have been Mr. and Mrs. Alfred
to-wit I slate of officersat
: present
County. Florida, ELEANOR T. SHILL Deceased. a Woodruff resided in Flagler
Township I To All Creditor and Persona Having the April 11th meeting for Traver, Sr., from Prospect, Conn., Beach during the constructionand

EV4 ., Claim or Demands Against and also Mr. and Mrs. Jack Tra
taining 40 acres. coming club
Said Estates: year. addition of the cement
.section 10. Township containing 12 South 80 You and each of you are hereby 'I ver with their son from Chesire,
Range 29: East, notified and required to presentany Projects and programs for the Conn. I plant.
They made trips to West
claims and demands which
.aciii'ot described lands
the 120 above acres more or less. you or either of you. may have I new year were discussed and Palm Beach and Fort Lauderdale -

containing The sale will be made pursuant against. Shill, the deceased estate late of of EleanorT. said J the largest one planned will be from here and returned.

t entered to the final in the decree case pending of foreclosure in the County to the County Judge of i jto organize the Girl Scouts' in The Alfred Travers left Tuesday TV SERVICEALL
Flagler County. Flagler County Florida, at his of-i!
Circuit Court of Flagler County. Mrs. Frances
of Hast flee in the court house of said i
Florida Agricultural under the Credit style CorporaSoi County at Bunnell. }Florida within II Mercer, Mrs. Betty Littlefieldand MAKES
eight calendar months from the
a corporation. }Deceased Plaintiff 1 I|I time of the first publication of Mrs. Lorna Galloway were Agent For
Estate of A. Nllson this notice. Each claim I BlackwelPsRestaurant]
; Defendants. The Docket NumI -{I or demandi named to a committee to get the
shall be in
writing, and shall state
I ter of the I WITNESS my hand and the official the place of residence and post office details and also send out ques-
i address of the claimant and
this 16th I .
,. seal of said Court shall be sworn to by the claimant. I tionnaires on this.
March A. D. SOLD
day of his his
agent or attorney and
Official Seal) E. A. S IYTHEt i|I such claim or demandnot so filed any I I It was decided to buy a gift 18th St. & A1A : j AND INSTALLED f

March 23-lie As_Clerk Aforesaid. [.1 shall be and void.Testament of Eleanor I for the Woman's Club building Flagler Beach TUBES

/S/ HENRY TENER SHILL and to have a sale on Christmas TESTED FREE
IV THE COUXT.JunG 'S C'Ol'KT.: I I As administrator of the Estate I I SHRIMP
<;LKIl. COUNTY, STATE OF of fruit cake at reduced prices. :

FLRIDA.ESTATI As executor of the Last Will A : CHICKEN
: 0(0' I i T- Shill deceased. i I report was given on the i TVBobFLAGLER

Eleanor T. Shill. Deceased First publication March 23. 1961. club canvassing Flagler Beach BARBECUEFISH
Florida. To All I' I II III
, The Mate of March 23-30 & April 6-13-Hc
t sons Interested In the liwtute r-I for the Red Cross this month I I.

said Decedent I IN THE: CIRCUIT COURT OFFLAGLER and another that Club Member I BEACH
You are hereby notified that to I I : COUNTY, FLORIDA, : SANDWICHES : i PHONE HE 9.2204I
written instrument purporting IN CHANCERY NOj 4181PHLL11' I Carol Atkinson had been a
be the Last Will and Testament E. GIBSON, I I Ir
and codicil thereto, of said dece- Plaintiff I ___
dent has been admitted to probateIn I vs
said Court. LELA W.
You are hereby commanded within GIBSON.Defendant.. I
six calendar months from the I NOTICE TO DEFEND:
date of the first Publication of this t THE STATE OF FLORIDA TO: AREA BUSINESS DIRECTORY I
notice to appear in said Court and I Lela W. Gibson
show cause, if any you can. why Greensboro. North Carolina
R the a-tion of said Court in ad- I You are hereby notified that a I
mitting said Will and codicil thereto suit has been filed against you In
.... to probate should not stand un- I the above entitled cause; and you AUTO SERVICE I BUILDING SUPPLIES I FLOOR COVERING
'. are hereby required to file your an-
Ileaned'T.( K. McKNIGHT i swer with the Clerk of this Court. I McDANIEL'S'- WICKLINE I
County Judge. Flagler and to serve a copy thereof upon I Ii Tilecraft, Company"LET
County, Florida. the plaintiff or plaintiff's
First publication March 23.-1961. I whose name and address I Service Station Building Supplies US FLOOR YOU"
.March 23-30 & April 6-13 4tc H. T. Cook Armstrong & Kentile
"" Bunnell. Floridanot CEMENT CEMENT BLOCKS
IN TI1K CIRCUIT COURT OF I later than April 17th A. D. STANDARD OIL PRODUCTS Sold and InstalledAll
IN CIIANCEHY NO. 38SS you fail to do so, decree pro I Tires-Batteries-Minor Repairs Work Guaranteed

BERTHA WADE, confesso will be entered againstyou Flagler Beach HE 9-2254 I Ormond Beach OR 7.318i
Plaintiff for the relief demanded in the Bunnell ID 7-7119

V8.PATRICK. bill of complaint. The nature of
ANTHONY 'VADE.Defendant said suit being for divorce. CLEANERS I FURNITURE
WITNESS my hand and seal of
NOTICE TO DEFEND: said Court this 13th day of March Biddle Gulf ServiceGASOILLUBRICATION Ormond Bedding and

THE STATE OF FLORIDA, TO: I A. D. 1961.Official I
Patrick Anthony Wade ( Seal) BUNNELL CLEANERSEVERY Furniture Co.
I Substantial
Westbury. New York Clerk of said Circuit Court
notified that a March 16-23-30 & April 6-4tc CLEANING
You are hereby 7 A.M.-10 P.M.-7 Days $10 Tradeln Covers Down PaymentR.
suit has been filed against you
in the above entitled cause: and IN THE: CIRCUIT COURT IN AND State & Lambert US 1-ID 7-7130 SERVICE S. ROBENBERRY, Owner
your are'answer hereby with required the Clerk to of IDA. IN CIiANCEIlY. NO. 4213 Open Dally S to 6 169 Granada, Ormond Bth. OR,7-8411
to serve a copy -
this Court and Colonial Service Station
thereof upon the plaintiff' or plalntlff'a a Florida Corporation I 115 N. Bay St. ,- Bunnell (!GARDEN SHOP.
attorney, .whose name and ? -
address Is: Grant JUDSON H. TINKER : '.Gray's $ Garden"'CenterHeadquarieni
W. Cecil
407% Main Street MALINDA CONCRETE PRODUCTS for Gardening Needs
Daytona Beach Floridanot husband. I Ceramics Gifts Dry Arrangement
later than March 31st. A. D., A. H. NICHOLS GOODYEAR TIRES & BATTERIES Materials
1961. LILLIAN MAY SCHOOLEY Your "Q" For ConcreteDial Annuals
If you fall to do so. decree pro Defendants I U. S. HIWAY 1 DUNNELLSullivan's Shrubbery Fertilizers

confesso will be entered againstyou NOTICE TO DEFEND: CL 3-8113 TORO LAWN MOWERS
for the relief demanded in the IN THE I
bill of complaint. The nature of 01FLOHIDA, TO 147 Tomoka Avenue-Ph. OR 7-051J
: I
Gulf Service DAYTONA
,c said suit being for DIVORCE. Judson H, Tinker if alive and BEACH ORIUOND
' WITNESS my hand and seal of If dead his unknown spouse, unknown -
' said Court this '27th day of Febru- heirs GULF
at law
devisees legatees Quillian's Concrete Inc. HARDWARE
., ary A. D. 1961. grantees creditors lIenors I GASOILSLUBRICATIONTIRESTUBESACCESSORIES ,
.(Official Seal) # or other parties claiming by I
E. A. SMYTHE through under or against Judson THAT FAMOUS PAINT
Clerk of said Circuit Court H. Tinker deceased. John B. Tinker Beach Information
: "Specializing in Service and DRUG STORES
:&{ar. 2-916-23--4tc if alive and if dead his un- Exclusively at
; Clean Rest Rooms"In
known spouse unknown heirs at '
IX THE CIUCUIT COURT. SEVENTH law. devisees legatees, grantees The Heart of Flaglor Beach :_L.
r JUDICIAL CIRCUIT IN AND creditors, lienors. or other parties i Anderson Drug Store FLAGLER BEACHHARDWARE
'" FOR FLAGLEII: COUNTY. FLORIDA claiming by through under or' I t If/wLL'J.

IN CHANCERY. CAM NO. against John B. Tinker deceased AUTO REPAIRS -- Prescriptions
t 4:11 Malinda Nichols and husband A.
JOYCE M. MORGAN.Plaintiff I H. Nichols, if living, and if dead Sick Room Supplies Flagler Beach HE 9.2103
. their unknown heirs at law devisees EDGAR'S GARAGE Sundries

.ALVA MORGAN.-vs- I lienors, legatees or other, grantees parties creditors claiming 24-Hour Towing Service Village HardwarCenter

, NOTICE TO Defendant.APPEAR linda by'. through Nichols under and husband.or against A.Ma-H. COMPLETE AUTO REPAIRS BUNNELL HOUSE PAINTS

I THE STATE OF FLORIDA. TO: I Nichols: Lillian May Schooley if Automatic Transmission Service Match and mix any colorBuilder's
ALVA MORGAN living and if dead her unknown Wheel Balancing-Front End Moody's PharmacyFlagler
J" whereabouts unknown I spouse, heirs at law devisees Alignment Supplies Kitchenware

I You are hereby notified that a"Bult legatees grantees creditors lIen- 240 Granada Ormond-OR 7-0893 County's Corner Drug store GIFTS GREETING CARDS
for divorce has been filed ors or other parties claiming by.
-against you In the above entitled through. under or against Lillian PRESCRIPTIONS AlA Ormond Beach CL 2.0420
cause and you are hereby required I May Schooley deceased; and any AUTOMATIC TRANSMISSION
and all (save and DRUGS-SUNDRIES
. 1 to serve upon Plaintiff's Attorney persons except
whose name and address appear I the plaintiff herein) having or JEWELER
hereon your written defense if claiming any right., title or interestin HOLLY HILLHYDROMATIC FOUNTAIN SERVICE
: and to the lands involved in
Bill of Complaint in
.. said any. to suit the on or before the 17th this suit and hereinafter described.The SERVICE Bunnell Fla. Phone ID 73661 O. F. BEACH

day of April 1961* else decree pro respective post office address Jeweler
f will be entered against and residence of each of the above
confesso Repairing RebuildingCentral
Elgin Watches-Diamonds
named parties is unknown.You ORMOND. PRESCRIPTION
yOU.WITNESS my hand and seal of and each of you are hereby Florida' first specialists In Exceptional Gifts
said Court this 9th day of March notified that a suit has been AUTOMATIC TRANSMISSIONS PHARMACYSick
I "1961. brought against you to quiet titleto 1239 Ridgewood Holly Hill Watch' Repairs-Engraving
Seal) E. A. SMYTHE the following described land OR 7-1381 Room,,Supplies-Sundries
Clerk of said Court situate in Flagler County Florida.towit' 24-Hour Prescription Service 46 W. Granada. Ormond Beach
AV. L.. Wadsworth : OR 72384FISH
f; P. O. Box 396 Being a part of the lot whichon BAR AND PACKAGE STORE !Free Delivery in Flagler Beach
a suit in partition betweenthe
Bunnell. Florida Rt. AlA 1 mi. North of BAIT'LARGE
heirs of Charles W. Bulow
Plaintiff. ,
Attorney I ORMOND
EACH-Tel. OR 7-1661
f First Publication: March 16. 1961 was set off and allotted to BAMBOOI
March 16-23-30 & April 6-4tc Emily B. Hurray as Lot No. i4
and. is more particularly described Thompson Pharmacy FISH WORMS
IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF on a certain map made BAR & COCKTAIL
I KltAGLER COUNTY, FLORIDA I by David D. Rogers. C. E.. entitled -- Your Health Is Wealth FOR SALE $1.00 per 100
IN CHANCERY NO. 42O8 "Subdivision of Lots 4 LOUNGE
DAVID L. LEVINE. and 5 of then Bulow, plantation Put YourPRESCRIPTIONS .
Plaintiff situated in Township 13 South I Open Under New ManagementCome Orlin B. Green
I. I Range 31 East as Lot 1, Block
LEVINE. 15. Containing 12% acres In and Get Acquainted In Our Hands PHONE ID 7.3585
r VIOLET more or les,:,.
Defendant. in the above styled court by the Ocean Blvd AlA Flagler Beach Ormond Drugs Jk Prescription Shop 206 So. Stone Bunnell. Flo.
NOTICE TO DEFEND above named plaintiff and you are 141 W. Granada-ormond 7-1421
' THE STATE OF FLORIDA.. TO: hereby required to file personallyor
Violet Levine by your attorney with the Clerk FLAGLER BEACH RADIO-TELEVISION
.. Residence UnknownYou of said court your answer or other GILL DRUG COMPANY
are hereby notified that a defensive pleadings to the com- PAUL'S RADIO & TV-
suit has been filed against you InI I plaint in said suit and to serve HOTEL BAR Walgren AgencyPRESCRIPTIONS Atenna
the above entitled cause; and you a copy therof upon H. T. Cook Sales & Installations
I are hereby required to file your answer plaintiffs attorney. whose addressis I"The. Meeting Placeof
with the Clerk of this Court Citizens Bank Building. Bunnell. Authorized Sales RCA VictorWe

and to serve a copy thereof upon Florida on or before the 24th day Flagler County""Jim Sick Room Supplies Sundries rep lr all other TV A Radio
the plaintiff or of April. A.D. 1961. and The Flag- sets
whose name and address is: ler Tribune which is a newspaper and Yvonne Serving"BOTTLE 10V.. Granada Ave. Ormonil Beach 1370 Ocean Blvd AlA
Samuel V. Holch meeting the requirements pre- OR 7-5250
110 North Third Street scribed by 'law for such purpose. J Beach OR 7.2852
Palatka. Florida Is,hereby designated as the newspaper FUEL ..OILKING'S
not later than April 14th A. D.. in which this notice shallbe I GASHARRIS
I 1961.If. published once a week for four NURSERY
you fail to do so. decree pro consecutive weeks. BOTTLE GAS -
confesso>will be entered againstyou Herein fail not or Decree Pro TRUCK STOP Wagon Wheel Nursery
for the relief demanded in the Confesso will be entered against BOTTLE or BULK
bill of complaint. The nature of FLAGLER COUNTY'S ONLY PHILLIPS 66 GAS & OILS Shade' Trees, Potted Plants
said suit being for divorce. you.Witness hand Clerk
my as and
in the
Delivery County on
WITNESS my hand and seal of the seal of said Court this 13th HOME OWNED GAS COMPANY: Shrubs J
said Court this 6th,, day of MarchA. day of March. A. D. 1961. Fuel Oil, Kerosene, Tractor Fue 1.000 plants free: one with every
D. 1961 (Seal) E. A. SMYTHE. PHONE ID 7-3551 dollar you spend. Thousands of
( ) As Clerk of the above GasolIneU. vanities at reduced prices.
Grow Best In
Help County
OfficialClerk: SMYI'HE, styled court. .. town.
of said Circuit Court. By: Shirley Hodges :-d By Shopping at Home 1 N. Bunnell ID 7-3676 B48 S. U.S. 1 nvry, Ormond Beach
March 16-23-30 & April 6--ttc March 23-30 & April 6-13-4tc -

... .


\ / '. .
-- '

"--.... n-
( !


I .- \


Lemacks 45 135 Florida's cattle population, I THE OUTBOARDER
Nipper 57 134 J and beef estimatedat
was Authorized Evinrude Dealor
t Lovell 63 133 I
1,990,000 head on January 1. DOATS ACCESSORIES REPAIRS
Johnston 51 133 ,
t Dockage Storage Tree Ramp-
Cercy 60 132 -- I WE FINANCE
Durrance 21 132 FREE PAINTOne
825 Ballottgh Rd-Daytona
Kendall 54 131
extra gallon of choice
{3i your
Fielder 54 127
with each gallon you buy
Schilkowski 54 125
LEHIGH MEN'S LEAGUE Maintenance-Kittrell 519 Haigh '27 122 Mary Carter Paint Store {
t I Sljr 3Flhglrr aribitttpDUlfXELL.
t Games of March 17. 1961. Foremen- ercer 481 Lehr 48 122 Also WeatKate Shopping Center
; Osteen 69 120 FLORIDA
Won & Lost Truck shop-Dzioba 458
Green 69 119
x won Tropical-l\lcNitt 501
Quarry 3 Office-AIacMlchael 492 Galloway 51 117 MRS. M. B. FULLER Editor
O'Neill 12 95

r)t Truck:Maintenance Shop 1t 3 Individual Averages Standing of Season I Community Designated Official Publication

Won Lost for Public Notice of Flakier
Foremen 1 II. Memorial ChurchInterdeiiontlnatlonal
Games Avg. ; II
Tropical Transport 4 Dzioba 78 171'' Shop 64% 43H County, Municipalities therein
Office .0 58 50 aDd the State of Florida
i Hull 78 164 AIR
Office 55% 52% CONDITIONED
Kittrell 81 161
High game-Leo 'Kittrell-198 Buccini 75 15&Macewicz Maintenance 51% 56% Daytona Ave. I Entered mm aeeond clean matter
;. High three Leo Kittrell519High 72 156 Tropical Transport 50 58 FLAGLER BEACH February 6,1013 at the woatofflee
Foremen 44% 43% at Haunch, Florida, under act ol
team, 1 game, Quarry 1002 Burks 69 152 Sunday School 10:00: A.M.
High team, 3 gamesQuarry, 2960 RobbIe. 78 151 Church Service 11:00 A.M.R. March S, 1870.

Rockett 42 150 BULLDOG FFA MEETS W. DICKERT.' Pastor One $L50
High Man on Each Team Oetinger '! 69 149lfcCain
I :
Quarry-Buccini 502 69 149 .
l\lcMichael 81 148 Crescent City FFA and Bun-
t Mercer 78 148R. nell FFA boys will meet in a It
Schatz 69 148 Softball game Friday at 4:15 in
Registered J. Schatz 60 144 back of the school. Probable CRAIG FUNERAL HOMEA.
'lineup: I
Real Estate Broker I Davis 36 143
West 63 142 Bunnell FFA C. City FFA H. CRAIG Funeral Director
Bunnell, Florida l I Abbott 60 142 Westbrook p Jansen c JOHN HARDIN. Associate

!l\fcNitt 45 142 Robertson Ib Boney p
Juengling 63 141 Leggett 3b Hutchess cf AIR LADY OXYGEN
I RCA VICTOR i,, Ceiling 81 140 Stula ss Anderson ss CONDITIONEDCHAPEL I I EQUIPPED

1" LIVING COLOR TV rGoodwin 81 138 I Morell 2b Robinson Ib ATTENDANT AMBULANCES
"LOGIC FOR TUB IMCTL'UK Smith "& 72 138 Barrow cf Chastine 2b
:t Southern Radio & Television I Vaughn 30 138 Missine If Cafton ifperch Phone ID 7-3532
226 E. Granada-Ph. OR 7-2001 Mygrant 24 137 c Harinas pf
I I Shaw 38 136 Brockett rf Morris 3b .
S3 bfl


1 1 .

1 1 ; '

1 1

1 o 1

1 4 %j

F ri1IiI4! '


1 f

1 1
1 ? 8


; II
1 : ; 1 2


: ; ...
1 1

J JJ Jf Jf Jr

I/\ 1


1 ? 1
1 -

r f 1 : 1 f Lead. Him with Love, Teacher

:-'. -,
."Y' -
{ 1

1 .. Here.he is, teacher. More than a little boy. The beginning .
t .. '
t 1. BULLETINControl : r 1 ."' p.: +..' of a man. For a jew precious hours each day his imagination .

1 1t .: '( : ,is yours to kindle. His mind is yours to stretch with infinite

1 ( Loopers .and Aphids ,, : \ "= :, ... surprises.His character is yours to cut and grind and polish. f

t 1 on cabbage by using ORTHO DIBROM 8. now! .: : Lead 'him with love, teacher. He is your challenge, and
iii' _
Call 1
your nearest ORTHO fieldman'today. '
J your ,opportunity.
1 California Chemical 1 .
Company; "' "' '
I 1 1 2 The challenge and opportunity that we share as good '

: Ortho Division .
1 1 citizens is to support our schools in preparing this new .
P.O. Box 7067, Orlando Florida .--
-- generation for responsibilities of leadership during the
f 1' TJM/s Reg. tLS. Pert. Oft ORTHO 1 ..

DIBROM is the trademark of: California ,' : : crucial{ years ahead. ::
t 1 Chemical Company, ORTHO DIVISION 1 ." "."-' :0- ] .

1 for phosphate insecticide :::\ .
t On all, chemical read directions and -u" Southern'P

t i cautions before use. .ti-'--. '- _Bell
I -
f' _" ": l---7--. '" .
4 TJ ORTHO RES.O...AT.Crf. _
r - a - .


} .
i. ir .- r

-. "' ..-,.. ''I<- ,_. --'--.- '""' ,_-..... =',,"FJ'r,, '.' ..-..0',7 -. _. .
.' -; ','- : ':"" : : -: ; .-



Tristan Da Cunha ,I and Tristan has gained fame as. in a longboat. Only four grown I were over 60 and one' was in I I trophe, and the population grad
the "loneliest island In the men survived on the island; two sane. Tristan survived the cas- ually was restored. I

Lonely Place world." ,
Very I There are five islands in the J

group, which lies midway be
Few inhabited places are tween South America and South 1

more remote and lonely than I Africa, the National Geographic
'the South Atlantic island of ;Society says. Tristan is a vol

Tristan da Cunha. I canic fragment 21 miles in cir,,

Recently, the islanders learn cumference crowned by an extinct -
ed that a small atomic bomb I crater rising 6,760 feet.
had been exploded secretly and.I The four smaller Islands are : \
harmlessly only 60 miles away uninhabited. Two of them, '
. In a Project Argus test.. of the I Nightingale and the approri- .

- United States in August, 1958. ately named Inaccesible, are the < .:. LOSE WEIGHT ',; :< .
This'information came to them only known breeding places of \

by chance in a letter from a I the petrel Pterodroma incerta. .

- newspaper reporter. I -: t -l
Tristan was permanently settled
But the news was not tardy ...
I in 1811 when Jonathan
by Tristan da Cunha's stand Lambert, 'a New England ad SPECIAL : I
rards. At the turn of the century, I -
venturer, arrived with three com h .
a letter mailed to Tristan, the ,. : $
panions. proclaimed $1 OO
main island, arrived 12 years .
himself and renamedthe
late. World War I was almost group the Islands of Re Discount Rate For First 15 perth
over before the islanders knew
i freshment. There he hoped to
it had started. Charter Members Who Enroll --
I remain "far removed from the .

Discovered in 1506 ;reach of-chicanery and ordinary ,
The islands were discoveredby I misfortune." He, drowned two +;

a Portuguese mariner, Tris- !years later while fishing.

tao da Cunha, in 1506. Since I OUR GUARANTEE
; Great Britain occupied Tristan
-then, their remoteness has made BRANNAM'SHEALTH
.them fascinating to outsiders, I:in 1816 to prevent the French 1 Year Free Course I
from using it as a base in a
If. We Foil To Get These Results In
possible attempt to rescue Napoleon \J
STUDIO & GYM! 60 Days Without Diet
from St Helena, 1,500 .
I I miles away. When the British UNDERWEIGHT

CLASSIFIEDADS garrison left, William Glass, a 103 West Moody Blvd. 4 OVERWEIGHT inches off Hips or Average (
Add 3 inches
Scottoish corporal, was granted and Waist
permission to stay with his wife To Bust

and two children. The population Personal Instructions 2 inches Off Thighs Improve Posture

listings under this heading ..ncents was augumented by ship- and Ankles Bey Gain t
3 per word each insertion, wrecked sailprs Wand deserters Weight Reducing & Gaining"Body Weight
75 cents Is minimum charge.
.. from the whaling vessels that Building & ConditioningSteam I
i touched at Tristan. .-. ,

:FOR RENT Two bedroom furnished I In 1885, Tristan bruptly became Baths & Mech. Massages _. I ..,I
home. Inquire at Flor -' '
I an island .of widows. Fifteen
ence's Diner. Call ID 73370. I men were drowned while Phone ID 7-3633. AIR CONDITIONED '..-'

March 23.30-2tp I trying to reach-'a passing ship
I-- ----- --
Baldwin Organ, suitable for I -
Church or Home, one nearly new I
1 I Presto! 'Chevrolet changes old roads to new! .
:Baldwin Spinet Piano, one new
Does it with a ride so smooth, handling so sure
Baldwin Studio Upright Piano, Chevy
I .._> and going so sweet that it's almost magic.
THOMPSON MUSIC COMPANY Chevy owes its Jet-smooth ride to some mighty
3.34: Volusia Ave:, Ph.' CL 2.8215 ,. gentles rough roadswith ingenious engineering things like Full'Coil

Daytona Beach I suspension, precision balanced wheels, unique.
3-23..2tc chassis cushioning and a superlatively insulated

, BE INDEPENDENT Raw a Jet-smooth ride Body by Fisher. Nor does Chevy's: ingenuity stop

: leigh Products: in Flagler Co. See with ride.Take performance,for instance.You'vea

t C.D. Gall Rt. 2,, Box 223 Palatka choice of 24 power teams ranging all the way
.. x>r write today. Rawleigh's Dept. ; up to the mighty 348-cubic-inch Turbo-Thrust

"FAC-360-5, Memphis, Tenn. I I' V8's' with shift-free Turboglide transmission. ,,

:' 71 Iar. 23-30 & April 63tp When' f
More ingenuity: you -

} FOB SALE-1959 Ford '2-door I checkJetsmoothCherypriceswith (

sedan, R&H, automatic drive, your dealer you'll discover .
1: r "" -
F' 26M miles, good tires, mechanically that nothing so easy 1
'' O.K. Must sell, price $1145. riding was ever so easy to own. caal ROCer

See J.,V. Green, Flagler Beach Optional) at extra cost

, Hotel. 3-16-tfc ;

SEPTIC TAN&+cleaning -reason-- \' L 1 1J.

able rates. 'George Jarosz, ,Phone 'w

3D 7-3410 3.2 to 8-24-tp .

FOR SALE-Flagler Beach house l li

. :partly furnished.:Two bedrooms,
CCB large lot, located on Palmetto J.
' Ave. in Venice Park. Price

$8,500.00. call Ed :Mathews,

Gainesville FR 69064. +::A. ;: <4",'
Dec. '1 Tf.

:FOR BENT furnished 2 bedroomone :::

bath house, Daytona Ave., ..... Ki. era;: : .
"Flagler Beach. Completely ren :<::y ,.kriH;; : ?4 yu :}i +r 4.. .fG!c+t.4yJ+ ,.

ovated. $65.00 per month. Keys $K'k :C+r h. :: ,.:'
w- can be picked up at Sullivan's +
; Gulf Station. Nov 10-tf :; t::.rk:::. nl i ':.. ;. ts:/ /rJy/ Yffc, '.f '' Ji
.'. + Ary +
>i. .. .::,:'. .,, :. ,/
;, FOR RENT on the ocean 1 and

; 2 bedroom apartments completely -

furnished, utilities included.

Sensible rate day, week, month,
or permanent. Sun Sea Motel
: Manor). '
formerly Flagler -

9-15-tf 1- ;;:}:
-- a
. 1I:, %.;//
; FOR RENT-Unfurnished large r ::r "'-
2-bedroom garage apartment.Call

; HE 9-2318, or 'see Zeke .f
, 'Chaffee. J.l-17-tf

tl.. X-NX XNVNXN / ..
:.' JOHNSTON'SFLAGLER '. Bel Air Sport Coupe-one of 20 Jel-tmooth beauties awaiting your pleasure at your Chevy dealer's t

' LOTS, HOMES., OCEAN FRONT See the new Chevrolet cart/Chery Corrotr and the new ConelU at your local authorized Chevrolet ',_ )
; -
1: .... : ,, '
: ,
WATER FRONT, FARMS : ":" ;' r.----
... ; \ :.
-) ACREAGE .. :.: ;
.. -
k: See for real estate needs \
''- :: Office Phone HE 9-2242 _" ,
w: Residence Phones ID3691 z- :Jf-

': or ID_73517.,- .?.I "TEIEPiIONE;; ID 7-3131 : : .: -.1t.. :; BUNNELL: FLORIDA '
<" *r-...'. : : '., -:: : c ;. .: a _., ..- ,a ;

k" .V s. 4'.l- ; v:_.-', e;.. _: -;s ._"' ..y./.': "_-.<-":j&y.'f:;.ay' "-:.: ..... '.<',--i. :.' : '--'_::._: ". .." ,,_'_ ,.'.:.., "_.1,>- .'- '' .-:_;,._d, ....J. 'is-__; ,, fI.,
: ; <" -
/ : ',
> : '
< : .
i'.r :' .
: .

(< r ,. .._"> :' ___-<"',: :; ; .;' .. ;:'';"..:.-..- ...J,' ,;,: ,."?:;. "; }h--: __- ', ", t !f, _.I. .c-' .>. r.i.PACE .- .<

Full Text
xml record header identifier 2008-10-22setSpec [UFDC_OAI_SET]metadata oai_dc:dc xmlns:oai_dc http:www.openarchives.orgOAI2.0oai_dc xmlns:dc http:purl.orgdcelements1.1 xmlns:xsi http:www.w3.org2001XMLSchema-instance xsi:schemaLocation http:www.openarchives.orgOAI2.0oai_dc.xsd dc:title Flagler Tribunedc:subject Newspapers -- Floridadc:description Funded by NEH in support of the National Digital Newspaper Project (NDNP), NEH Award Number: PJ-50006-05Funded in part by the University of Florida, the Library Services and Technology Assistance granting program of Florida, the State Library and Archives of Florida, and other institutions and individuals.dc:publisher s.n.dc:date March 23, 1961dc:type Newspaperdc:identifier (OCLC)1024369 (ALEPH)dc:source University of Floridadc:language Englishdc:coverage North America -- United States of America -- Florida -- Flagler -- BunnellNorth America -- United States of America -- Floridadc:rights All rights reserved. Board of Trustees of the University of Florida