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The Flagler tribune
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Bunnell Fla
Creation Date:
April 27, 1961
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Newspapers -- Bunnell (Fla.) ( lcsh )
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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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VOLUME 49, NO. 16 BUNNELL, FLORIDA, THURSDAY, APRIL 27, 1961 \ $2.50 A YEAR 1 1T' 1i


Committee Heads Beach School Bureau Says I American Legion Miss East Coast ))1


!, Of Commission t Honor Roll Potato Is Not Ij j Elects Officers Contest Plans on Ii IiI

Third grade-Norman Boswell, Flagler Post 115 of The American

At Beach NamedChairman Cathy Duncan, Ann Meekins. Just A Potato I Legion elected officers for July 4 Shapes Up !
I Fourth grade-Johnny Meigs f 1 I the 1961.62 year at a recent I :

R. R. Mosby made j David Johnson Buddy Moore, meeting. They are John Clegg, I'I '

the appointments of chairmenand Diana Lucas, Susie Duncan, There is a difference in a I I commander; C. B. Eisenbach, I j Sam :Malphurs said today i j
vice-chairmen of standing Monica Huber. "new potato" and "just a potato first vice commander; Steve (plans for the Third Annual t iI j

t' committees at the Town of Flag. Fifth grade-Patty x Rabble, Jo the Florida Development I Cyzycki I second vice commander |' Fourth of July Celebration and i!

ler Beach commission. meeting Ann Wilson, Vickie Missinne, Commission declares. ; Duane A. Deen, adjutant; Miss Florida East Coast Contest, I'

Thursday night. Eleanor Shill, Marylyn Mitchum, I And North Florida potato M. B. Fuller, historian; Coy G. to be held in Flagler Beach during t

The appointees are: Tommy Duncan, Ronald Thames. farmers in_ this area will go one Harris, chaplain; Walter Morris, the July Fourth weekend :

I better to improve that maxim, holiday, are meeting with much i
Finance: the entire commis- Sixth grade-Linda' Youmans, ; finance officer; Raymond Smith !

sion members. Glenn Miller, Dennis Clay, Johnnie insisting there is a difference in post service officer. enthusiasm this year. He said I

Fire department: Charles Ruth Miller, Dale Abbott, a "new crop Hastings potato." The post voted to make a con- I the committee's plans are I

Bondy, and Harry Treadwell. Butch Wilson, and Arthur Mc- Due to exceptionally good tribution to a disabled veteran. shaping up ahead of schedule :r rI

conditions since the and that they are enthusiastic I
Daniel. growing very
Improvements, parks, recrea I The installation of officers for tl
first of this year, the new Hast- about the prospects of :
tion, hula huts: Thomas Dun I the new year will be held after I i

can, Leonard Moody. Flagler Beach Area ings Irish potatoes now being the state convention which will staging the biggest and best i i

harvested and marketed of program yet-
Firehouse and pier: Leonard I are be held in Cocoa May 1821. I i i

Moody, Charles Bondy. I unusually fine quality. The Flagler Woman's Club is I!
Businessmen Active
Streets, lot clearing: Harry The season itself has a lot to cooperating this year in hand \!

Treadwell, Leonard :Moody. "Trade at ,Home," activitiesare ,do with it, growers point out,, Tentative ling the sale of advertising in t P!

Water system: Thomas Dun I being -urged by the Busi- I but rigid sizing and inspection ProgramOf the sourvenir program which is !I

can, Leonard Moody. nessmen's Club of Flagler Beach, standards also are carried out a means to raise enough moneyto 'f 1

Sanitation: Thomas Duncan, Pal Parker, president, reports.He by? growers with the help of July Fourth Fete defray the cost of staging ;:
I the three-day event. The club 1'I ':
Treadwell.The ,government, inspectors.
Harry said "according to the latest -
commission named Billy release of sales tax collecjtions I The high percentage of the At Flagler Beach I also will handle the arrange- i

t harvest U. S. No. 1 I ments for the dinner for the I
now grading (
Deen as lifeguard for the sum I by counties, prepared by The tentative program for the

mer season. Florida Retail Federation from I this year reflects ideal growing I I Flagler County Fourth of July II contestants and dignitaries on !

[conditions for the 100 Monday evening, July 3. The :
DuaneDeen, of the Flagler information ,provided by RayE. past days,, celebration and the third annual
according to P. R. McMullen,, club also will sponsor the Coronation i
County Recreation Committee, Green
state comptroller, II Miss Florida East Coast Contest, ,
appeared before the commission many small counties increasedin county agricultural agent, for St. to be held Sunday July 2nd I Ball which will follow
Johns the Miss Florida East Coast ,1
asking for a lease on the Recreation sales for March, 1961, over County.In through Tuesday, July 4th.

Center until October 1, March 1960. Some increaseswere the tri-county "spud pock- I Sunday, July 2-6 A. 1\1. start Contest. !
et" of St. Johns, Putnam and The contest to select Miss I
1962. The old lease expires dur-
Liberty, 51 per cent; Sum of third annual Fish-a-Thon.
Flagler counties-with Florida East Coast will be held !I
ing the summer recreation pro ter, 44 per cent; Glades, J2i; packingand Entry blanks to be available
at Hast at 7:30 on Monday evening. The !
shipping centering
and the committee asked
gram and DeSota, 24.3 per ahead of date at business firms
that it expire October 1 so it "Flagler county showed a decrease ings-there are 21,000 acres of sponsoring celebration.All winners will be announced on I

would not occur during the sum- I- in sales of 22'per cent. I Irish potatoes which will be visitors are invited to at- stage immediately following the I II
harvested before June 1. Most contest. At 9 o'clock there will i
mer program. Lease was grant I This is the greatest'ecrease of I tend the church of their choice. '
popular single variety is the I be the Miss Florida East Coast
ed. they!
Jt any county in entire state, 5 P.M.-Entries in' Fish-a- .
Sebago white, though other Coronation Ball at Woman's
I excellent the. .
for comparison. Every pack of Thon who have' any size catch, I -''f
varieties' are :in I Clubhouse. I
''cigarettes bears a five cent tax grown i to be photographed for news re ,

: Funeral For which is refunded to the town the area. : leases. Location on the beach Mr. Malphurs said he hopes ''I
A good season makes a good to have
Dick Stratton of WJXT-
from, which it is purchased I just north of pier.

Mrs. Biddle Mr. Parker said, "and will aid potato, and it shows in more { :Monday, July Continue the TV, channel 4, Jacksonville, as )
than one. The Hastings
ways the
master of ceremonies for
Flagler Beach to some extent. I Fish-a-Thon during the morning.
potato is firm, crisp and does
"Another drive," Parker said, At 3 P. M. registration of con- the contest.

Held SaturdayMrs. "will take place Saturday, May not readily break up when r testants at Flagler Woman's Miss Judy Lynn Prince of .

6, at Sullivan's Gulf Service cooked. Club. Land O' Lakes, Florida, is the ;
Elizabeth Biddle, long- Chippers (they look for superior -
reigning Florida Eas'tCoast
Station in 'GasORama'from (?)
a lively 7 P.M.-Band concert city
time resident of Flagler County, potatoes for, their com- This was her first contest I
which all for the
profits park:
passed away Thursday night, I mercial chip packs) have found last year and she went on
day will go to promotion of activities 7:30 P. M.-Third annual Miss \
April 20, in a Daytona Beach this in the "new Hasting" to win the Miss
P9I Southland title
illness. for the welfaVxS of Flag. I Florida East Coast Beauty Con- 'ron
Rest Home after a long
ler Beach. Tickets sale I (Winners to Labor Day in Daytona Beach.
are on test at city park.
Mrs. Biddle born in Scot
was A treat on the fresh market, She i
by the 44'' members of the Busi- I be announced on stage immediately was also runnerup in the
land and had resided in Mc-
the new Hastings has proved .
I nessmen's Club. Cash prizes I following the contest). homecoming queen at the University -
Keesport, Pa., for amny years I its menu versatility to an in- I i I of Florida in Gainesville, .
will be given. J. W. Green, sec- 9 P.M.-Coronation ball at
before coming to Bunnell in assist .1 creasing number of housewives Woman's Clubhouse. I'I I and was Miss Gasparilla at
retary-treasurer, can any- Flagler
1919. She was a member of the I for the table-baked, French I
one in getting advance tickets I 4th. Fish-a-Thon Tampa. She is now a contestant
Tuesday, July
First Methodist: Church of Bun-
fried boiled, mashed or how-
in the Miss
I University of Flor-
nell, the Bunnell Chapter No. 93, from the members nearest you ever. continues. 10 A.M. three leggedrace I

by calling the Flagler Beach (two classes, yougsters 6.8.. ida to be held soon at Silver ,
Order of Eastern Star, and the
Summing up the technical details I Springs.

Royal Neighbors of America.She Hotel. Zeke Holland and Bruce and 9.12years of age.

was 80 years of age. Lions Elect Gray put it this way, "Hastingsnew 10:30Start'second annual ]
Flagler County Horseshoe Pitching
Funeral service was held from potatoes just plain taste Robinson SpeakerAt
the Bunnell Methodist Churchat better." Gray, at Federal Point Contest.
Club OfficersThe 2 P. M.-Watermelon eating
2 o'clock afternoon
Saturday near Hastings, is president of
contest (two classes) 6 to 8 and Rotary Club
with the pastor, Rev. W. L. Spi- Bunnell Lions Club, met the Florida Potato'Council. Holland -I
9.12 of
cer, Jr., officiating. Interment heads the Farmers Marketing years age. Tillman.. Robinson of the
:Monday April 24, with eight 5 P. M.-One mile bicycle race,
followed at Bellevue Memorial Service and Soil Conservation
at Hastings Flagler County
visitors: V. D. Augspurger of, Route
starting 1 mile west on
Park Cemetery in Daytona Beach serves as a committeeman for I Service was guest speaker at
Indiana Donald Bar-
Plymouth, ;
11. Finish line to be establishedon
with Dr. Franklin Carwithen .
of Orlando Sam the North Florida Council. the Bunnell Rotary Club meet-
ry ; Malphursand
Route 11 opposite public
pastor of the First :Methodist I
Joe Squires of Ormond President of the North Florida ing Thursday noon.

Church of Daytona Beach, as Council is W. F. Wolfe. park. Mr.' Robinson spoke on the
Beach; Howell Peavy and L. M, 6 ,P.M.-Weighing: and award
sisting. Members of the Bun- The statewide Potato Councilis Soil Conservation program being
Whitaker of Bunnell; Charles of Fish-a-
ing prizes to winners
nell Order Easter Star Chapter Flagler an affiliate of the National carried on in Flagler county,
Bondy of Beach; and
Thon and horseshoe pitching
attended the service in an honorary of Potato Council, and includes citing accomplishments of the
Rudolph Peterson Pierson.
capacity.. grower-members in Dade County contest. SCD which include conservation .......
The was a 16mm film
program display
8 P.M. Gala fireworks
Pallbearers were T. E. Holden, and other areas. crop rotation, cover cropping,
on soil cement road construction
Henry Wells,. Dewey Moody, More than half of the average- on the ocean front. Fire- pasture, drainage, irrigation,
presented by Donald W. Barry of
works of citizens''and
Duane Deen, E. S. Morris, and $12,000,000 annual tri-county courtesy firebreaks, and many other
Portland Cement Association.The '
Dale Brown, Jr. crop goes into Pennsylvania, officials of Flagler: Beach. I phases of the work. The service
both informative
program AwardedMiss ,
Prizes To Be
Mrs. Biddle Is survived by and to the cities of Cleveland, also sponsors a speaking contest
and educational. Contest
husband, George ,L. Biddle of Chicago, Detroit, Jacksonville Florida East Coast Stewardship Week program.Mr. .
Officers elected to take officein .
: trophies to first three winners '
Bunnell; a daughter. Mrs. Lawrence Atlanta, Richmond, Portland, Me. Robinson also expressedhis
July are: Robert Cook, presi-
with merchandise prizes.
Upson of (:Holly,Hill; a son, (Yes, Florida potatoes go to plaesure for being a part of
dent; Gayle Mercer, first vice
Horseshoe pitching contest
Clare Biddle of Ormond Beach. :Maine) and to Canada for transformation the community life in Bunnell
president; Dr. Allen Reynolds, and fish-a-thon, appropriate
Three also survive.
grandsons into potato chips. and in Flagler county.
second vice president Rev. Bill
; trophies to winners.
Craig Funeral Home of Bun- ,Now about the other half-
Spicer, Jr., third vice president; Bicycle race-Trophies and
nell was in charge of arrange the other 150,000,000 pounds of
ments. Frank Boswell, secretary; L. H. prizes to first three winners. VFW THANKS PUBLIC
new Hastings? That's where' the
Drady, treasurer; Leo Baker, Watermelon eating' contest
discerning housewife in Florida FOR COOPERATIONPost
,. ,Lion Tamer; Tom Haynes, Tail and three-legged, race, awards to
RUSSIAN FLOWERS and the eastern half of the nation -
Twister. I winners of each class. 5213, Veterans of Foreign :
comes in. She is fast learning
Russians cherish colorful potted O. C Shelton and Willard I Wars, wishes to thank the people -
Hastings potatoes are
plants, perhaps as a comfort Tucker were named directors. POWER OF THE SUN of Flagler County for their
not treated with chemical sprout
during the long, dark winters. President Fred Fruits named inhibitors. Every second, the sun sends cooperation in making their
And that the Hast-
Vendors selling bouquets dot I OVC. Shelton and Jimmy Kelley ings potato. in the fresh vegetable out a million times more energy shrimp supper Saturday nightan .

Russian streets, in the summer; to 'a committee to look, into the than is stored in ail the earth'scoal outstanding success, Post
section of her hometown '
I I paper flowers find a ready market I possibilities of holding a Miss. I petroleum, and natural gas Commander Dale Brown"said' to.

in winter. Flagler. ,County Contest iI ,, "(Continued, .v'--on page 8) f fields. day. .

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PAGE TWO THE:;: FLAGLER: TRIBUNE, BUNNELL, FLORIDA Thursday, April 2/1'! : 1a1..

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Thus, a hardboard cabinet photographically described as, "walnutgrained';;: Subscribe to The F1 lerlIIbune 1K3 mFi CIRCUIT COURT OR
tiomemakerAs I
otherwise printed hardboard' or "walnut finished:
or ; IN CliANCEItY. NO. 4235WIW4AM :
9&50 'A Year
Inf Advance
... 'I'II / MYI-E& BAKER .
I to resemble walnut must be hardboard. .
you shop, It Plaintiff

there are many terms relating Folk'Festival May 5-6-7 At Stephen Foster'MemorialI KATHERINE- BAKER Defendant.
f to woods with which you need NOTICE TO DEFEND. I[
to be familiar. The Federal THE STATE OF FLORIDA TO:
I'I Katherine Baker
Trade Commission sets forth 432 W. Belmont Apt. 402
certain basic rules to protectthe Chicago 34. Illinois
p4r are hereby notified that a
consumer. suit ha been filed against you in
the: above entitled cause: and' you
are hereby required to file your answer -
"Genuine" is one such term. with the Clerk of this Court
When the name of a wood is r and to serve a copy thereof upon
the plaintiff or plaintiffs attorney.
used; the article must be madeof 4 4. whose,name and address is:

that wood. For- example, if"mahogany" 't 44Ff la 4a. p :: Dowda 413 Lemon and Street Millican

or "genuine ma- Palatka. Floridanot
later than May 26th. A. D.. 1961.
hogany" is used, all exposed If you fall to do so, decree pro
: confesso will be entered against
parts of the piece must be ma zf 4 you for the relief demanded in the
hogany. :tk !.,k f' bill of complaint. The nature of
laid suit being for divorce.
: WITNESS my hand and seal of
Furniture described as "genu said Court this 24th day of April.
A.D. 1961.Official .
ine" usually is a combinationof ; p ; \4 4.S4 : Z ( Seal) E. A. SilYTHE
plywood and solid lumber. Clerk of said Circuit Court
April 27 & May 4-11-18-Hc
The plywood is used for large, -
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fiat areas and the solid lumber I f;' KLAGLKU COUNTY .FLORIDA
for such as exposed structural ?' '4 L IN CANCKRV NO. 4233
areas q.kl L4. w
parts and carvings. I I I vwYY v\ EDITH MALONEYPlaintiff

,Any exposed surface of both I THOMAS MATTHEW. MALONEY.Defendant

solid lumber and plywood must NOTICE TO DEFEND
be of the wood named. If other ?:::aJ' Thomas Matthew Maloney:
woods are used for small dec- Residence Unknown
I You are hereby notified that a
orative inlays or overlays, they II 4*;; ]M':... 'Cv suit has been filed against you in
,FisJ 1 the above entitled cause; and you
need not be named. When the
are hereby required to file your answer -
term "solid" is used with the I I with the Clerk of this Court.
and to serve a copy thereof upon
name of a wood, all exposed the plaintiff or plaintiff's attorney.
parts must be of solid lumberof whose Ray name Selden and address is:

that species.If 800 Main Street
Daytona Beach. Florida
: not later than May 26th. A. D.. 1961.
several woods are combinedin y I If you fail to do so. decree pro
!f confesso will be entered against
a piece of furniture, all must you for the relief demanded in the
be named if one of the woodsis bill of complaint. The nature of
T said suit being for divorce.
named. For example, if exposed WITNESS my hand and seal of
said Court this 21st day of AprilA.
solid parts are of other D. 1961.Official .
woods, it should be labeled ( Seal) E. A. SMYTHE
EtI Clerk of- said Circuit Court
"cherry veneers and solid wale .: < I April 27 & May 4-11-18-4tcOJIjr
nut" rather than "cherry ve I

neers" or "cherry veneers and
selected hardwoods." dingier GJrUmnrBUWNEL.L

When the name of a wood is FLORIDA

used to describe the finish, but F r"Y

the material used is not of that MRS. M. B. FULLER, Editor
of the actual : 'Y'fi
wood, the name
wood must be immediately' dis Designated Official Publication
closed. For'example? if the wood w ; : for Public NotlMa of Flatter

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used was not walnut, the '>.. f :c.ti- >; : :;;':;:;':; :> ':: ': : :;::: 0' M. Ja. County, Municipality there!.-

"walnut-finished" would be mis- .. and the State of Florida

leading. The proper description WH SPRINGS-Fiddlers. dancers, folk singers, Seminole and Creek Indians will be

would be "walnut finished among the participants in the ninth annual Florida Folk Festival to be held at the Stephen Entered a. second el... matter
Fester Memorial the Suwannee River here Friday Saturday and Sunday, May 567. Also
birch" or "walnut finished hard- on I February 0,IBIS,at the postofBcc!
board." among the 1500 participants to be seen and heard during colorful three-day event will be whip I at Bnnnell, Florida under net of

crackers. water witchers, tale tellers, whistlers old-time craftsmen and many others. There will March 3, 1870. .i
When simulations of a wood be seven programs on the shady outdoor stage, at 10 a.m., 1:30 and 7:30 p.m. on Friday and I

grain, pattern, or figure are applied Saturday. and at 3 p.m. on Sunday. The annual event which draws thousands of Floridians I One year.., .12.50 I

by any process to another South Georgians and visitors from other states, is sponsored by the Florida Folk Festival Asspci' I nix months 41.25

material, it must be disclosed. atlon. the Florida Federation of Music Clubs, .and the Stephen Foster Memorial Commission. I I
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'I BAR AND PACKAGE STORE I Village... Hardwar.. Center
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I Service Station CL 3-8113 PHILLIPS 66 GAS & OILS Match and mix any color
" STANDARD OIL PRODUCTS I'I DAYTONA BEACHQuillian's Delivery in the County on Builder's Supplies Kitchenware

LOUNGEOpen Fuel Oil, Kerosene, Tractor Fue GIFTS GREETING CARDS
\ Tires-Batteries-Minor Repairs I Concrete Inc.I
Bunnell ID 7-7119 Under New ManagementCome GasolineU.S. AlA Ormond Beach CL 2.0420

,1 r In and Get AcquaintedOcean DRUG STORES 1 N. Bunnell ID 7.3676 JEWELER

Biddle Gulf ServiceGASOILLUBRICATION Blvd AlA Flagler Beach

Anderson Drug Store FLOOR COVERING O. F. BEACH


Open 7 A.M.-10 P.M.-7 Days HOTEL BAR Sick Room Supplies Tilecraft Company"LET Elgin, Watches-Diamonds

State&Lambert US I-ID 7-7190 Sundries US FLOOR YOU" Exceptional Gifts

"The Meeting Placeof BUNNELL Armstrong & Kentile Watch Repairs-Engraving

Colonial Service StationEARL Flagler County" Sold and Installed 46 W. Granada Ormond Beach

E. RICE. ProprietorGAS'OILLUBRICATION "Jim and Yvonne Serving"BO'rl"LE Moody's PharmacyFlagler All Work Guaranteed I OR 7-2384

County's Corner Drug Store Ormond Beach OR 7.3181 FISH BAITLARGE

BOTTLE or BULK FOUNTAIN SERVICE Ormond Bedding and SALE $1.00 per 100

Gulf Service FLAGLER COUNTY'S ONLY Bunnell Fla. Phone ID 73661 Furniture Co.
Orlin B. Green
PHONE ID 7.3551
TIRES-TUBES-ACCESSORIES Tradein Covers Down PaymentR.
I Beach Information Help Flagler County Grow PHARMACYSick S. ROBENBERRY, Owner 206 So. Stone Bunnell, Fla.

"Specializing in Service and Room Supplies-Sundries 69 Granada,
i Clean Rest Rooms"In By Shopping at Home Ormond Ben. OR 7-6411
24-Hour Prescription Service
The Heart of Flagtar Beach BUILDING SUPPLIES
Free Delivery in Flagler BeachRt. GARDEN SHOP

L WICKLINE ORMOND BEACH-TeL OR 7-1661 Gray's Garden Center

, EDGAR'S GARAGE Headquarters for Gardening Need. Atenna Sales & Installations
Building Supplies
24-Hour Towing Service Thompson PharmacyYour Ceramics Gifts Materials Dry Arrangement Authorized Sales RCA VictorWe
COMPLETE AUTO REPAIRS Annuals Shrubbery Fertilizers repair all other TV&Radio eta
STEEL Put YourPBESC1UPTlONS 1370 Ocean Blvd
Automatic Transmission Service TORO LAWN MOWERS
, Wheel Balancing-Front End Flagier Beach HE 9-2254 147 Tomoka Avenue-Ph.,OR 7-051' Ormond Beach OR 7.2852
In Our Hands ORMOND
1 24O Granada Ormond *-on 7-0883 '
CLEANERS Ormond Drugs & Prescription Shop NURSERY

CLEANING Shade Trees Potted Plants
.' SERVICE SERVICE Walgren AgencyPRESCRIPTIONS Exclusively at Shrubs' J

i Repairing.Rebuilding Open Dally S to 6 FLAGLER BEACHHARDWARE 1.000 plants free; bne with every {j I
I : Central. Fl rl4a'* tint apeclallata la f Phone ID 7-3188 Sick Room Supplies Sundries dollar you spend. Thousands of
AUTOMATIC TRANSMISSIONS rarities at reduced prices. Best In
I 1239 Ridewood Holly Hill 115 N.. Bay St Bunnell 19 w. Granada Ave. Ormond Beach town. i
I OR 7-1381 OR 7-8230 Flagler Beach HE 9.2103 848 S. U.S. I Hwy, Oraoa Beach I



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r tivb jobs than should be avail-j: ''our tax structure quickly would' investment in new plant and tries. He would also terminatethe

able. Our total production is far!put in jeopardy the industrial equipment by business concerns tax exemption of Americans

short of our national capability I supremacy on which our national -' the President has proposed' ac residing abroad.

j for progress and the standardof security depends.Of tion in this, session ,on a seriesof Another of his proposals is to

living our people is cor- course I am somewhat disappointed -: tax incentive.,measures whichare withhold taxes on interest and
respondingly less than it shouldbe. that the President is' designed to create more jobs dividends on stocks and repeal I

It also means that failure delaying his over-jail tax reform in the construction, lumber, the present dividend credit of I

... to effect fundamental ref'Orm of program until the next sessionof steel, cement, machinery and four per cent and the exclusion :
Congress. other capital goods industries.He from taxation of the first $50 of I I

I estimates these, tax incen dividends received. _
Referring to the patchwork tax
tives will result in half million
I "I I system we have developed the On this proposal the President
new jobs over a year's op
President says: "It will be a probably will have difficulty get-
eration. He estimates this will
major aim of our tax reform to ting what he wants. The job of
MEM En" involve an annual tax loss of
reverse this 'process by broaden withholding would be an expen-
: about 1.7 billion dollars.He .
ing the tax base and reconsidering
sive wouldbe
operation the cost
A.S.., (Syd) Herlong k6IJ1tRM..
the rate structure. The result proposes to' make this up I put of proportion to the taxes

Congressman. Fifth. District From l\lrs.l\lary Cathern Bland, should be a tax system thatis with other proposals One is the collected. It would work a con-

Bristol, W. Va.: I remember whenI more equitable, more efficient elimination of tax deferred privileges -I siderable hardship on holders of'
Hard the heels of income
on was a little past six years of age and more conducive to economic enjoyed by American small stock investments in filing
tax day-of, recent and painful making trips to a-walnut tree and growth." companies, earning 'profits returns and filing for refunds

.memory-comes President Ken- cracking walnuts that had laid He goes% on further to say that through subsidiaries abroad. and while it would undoubtedly
nedy's tax to the Con mother told me
message out all winter. My we need a rising level of private This would apply only in "de- create jobs, they're not the kindof
gress., As, the sponsor of a com- they would make me sick and she
capital formation.To veloped" or relatively prosperous jobs we want to create-gov-
will see a
prehensive tax reform measure added. "Some 'day you
out there." She this I say Amen! foreign countries but would not ernment jobs. I am opposed to
big black beat
now pending in the House and
knew I was afraid when I saw As a move to encourage the apply to under-developed coun- this part of the program.
Ways and Means Committee, I
them in' or books but she
find much that is heartening in papers i, .
failed to stop irie.
the President's message.. I slipped off again. I found some I SALUTE TO FLORIDA
rocks to crack walnuts with and
I For instance, the President .
sitting down, wondering whatI COUNTIES .
says: "I am directing the Sec- was LEON
would do if a bear came along
retary of the Treasury, building
when I heard something growLIt COUNTY SEAT TALLAHASSEELeon
tax studies of the
on recent to
was my brother trying
Congress, ,to undertake the research me. I looked up on the hill and he County, located in Northwest Florida
t formed in 1824 and named for the
and of knees *' was
preparation a was on his hands and a
de Leon. The
Spanish explorer, Ponce
comprehensive tax reform pro- big old black coat over his head. -. t capital of the Apalachee Indian nation was
gram to be placed before the He would hit the barbed wire / 1 located here when Hernando De Soto .
next session of Congress-the fence and growl. I raised up real visited the area in 1539.

.program should be aimed at slow and said "I'll tell my The town of Tallahassee was establishedby
pappy!" And with that I took oft Seminole Indians, and in 1823 two years
providing a broader and more for the house.We wore long hose at after the United States took possession of
uniform tax base, together withan that time and mine fell down over I / Florida it was selected as the state capitaL -
appropriate rate structure. j my shoe laces but I never stopped.My Today it is the seat of government
for the great state of Florida and is the
We can thereby work toward a' brother, seeing what he had
I I site of two large state educational insti-
goal of a higher rate of growth, done, began to yell "Cathern it'sme. tutions. '

a more equitable tax structureand ." I yelled back. "No. it's not. I In progressive Leon County, and through
a simpler tax law." It's a bear." out' Florida the United States Brewers Association -
Mother came to meet me and I works constantly to maintain the
This is reminiscent of what I told my brother he could have f sale of beer and ale under pleasant, order
ly conditions. Believing that strict law
told the Congress on January 16 frightened me into convulsions C- enforcement serves the best interest of the I,
of this year in reintroducing my but,I was so scared I still didn'tbelieve people of Florida, the Association stresses I
tax reform ,bill. I said. it was him. close cooperation with the Armed Forces,
But, that was the end for me, I law .enforcement and governing officials. "
"By use of capital-destroying
never went back to those walnut
tax and methods we have I
rates that over
trees, although was FO .p' DIVISIONORUANDO '
prevented our economy from fifty years ago. That one scare "
achieving anything like its potential was enough to last me a lifetime. :; tJ.NlT O i STATES'8R WERS 'SSOCI Tl N. "IHt.
for progress. This means (Send contributions to this column '
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;; PAGE-FOUR '-" '.'- .': .. ,' L':_, I. THE,--FLAGLER TRIBUNE.- BUNNELL. FLORIDA Thursday,. April 27.,..1961 .

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;' SCHEDULE OF FLAGLER JUNIOR GARDEN k cement 'used in the state- last:

: C7/) f} J? ; / 'i: .I i BEACH GARDEN CLUB'S CLUB SECTION ,_ year, were-1,065,000) barrels of 7

,FLOWER SHOW Class 1-Our Schools. Artistic prepared:masonry, cements used
.JlaglerV.Jeach- The Flagler Beach Garden design for a teacher's desk *' for inside finishes.
Garden Club's annual Flower Class 2-Natural History. Dish
i Show will be 'held in the Flag-, 'These quantities of cement
LUNA BABBITT garden made with things foundin ,
r ler Beach Recreational Center the woods. used in' Florida come from
Telephone HEmlock 9-2038 plants in the state, in nearby
April 29 and 30. The theme of Class 3-Our girls are the fairest .
this year's show is "No Place Artistic for ladies states and in Puerto Rico. For-
Like Flagler." eign shipments are not included.
CHURCH The morning worship service boudoir.
j I
'i Class 1-Our Churches. Artistic Class 4-Our the
next Sunday morning in the boys are liThe slackening of the con-
'9:30 A.M. Sunday school. Baptist Church will be conducted -J I design using white flowerrsin squares Artistic design for a struction industry brought about
10:30. A.M. morning worship "**'
white container, dark back-
.,L ; by Judson Stryker and the man's den. last year's drop-in cement use in
service. evening service will be conducted ground. HORTICULTURE DIVISION Florid Construction ,employment
Three events are scheduled for Class 2-Our Farmers. Artis
A-Annuals B-Dish
by Danny Frailey, in observing ; gardens.r averaged about l,200,00fr
the Methodist Church Monday, Youth Week.. tic design of fruit and or vegetables The show will be (monthly, noticeably below both
,May 1, in the Woman's Club with flowers, from 2 P.
held Wed accessory day, April 29 to 9 M., 1959 and 1958.
Family Night was
building. A 6 P.M. there will .
permitted. and on Sunday from 2 to 5 P.M.
be a Fellowship Supper. Bringa nesday evening. There was a Class 3 Our Windswept I I The value of all constructioncame
covered dish at six with
dish to pass. Immediately following supper' Beaches. Interpretative design to $1,029,100,000, down 12
,i the supper, there will be Prayer meeting, Brotherhood using materials associated with Less Construction per cent from the revised 1959-
;, an Official Board Meeting for meeting and WMU following. the sea, accessories permitted, 5' total but 8 per cent better than
; the Methodist Church. This is to entries. Use in 1958. Housing units built in
:Mr. and Mrs. Andris Freimansof Drops Cement
be followed by the Methodist I Class 4-Our. Colonial Herit- Florida in 1960 numbered about
Men's Club holding their monthly Gastonia t N.c., spent two age. Artistic design using antique Florida's construction industry 67,000, a 26 per cent drop ,from
1 I
days last week here at the homeof
meeting. or replica container, 5 en- consumed 12,131,000 barrelsof I 1959 but 4 per cent more than
Mr. and Mrs. Clarence Weaver. i i
/ tries. I portland cement last year, in 1959."
.... Visiting Thursday with Mr.I' They were married April 16 Class 5-Our ContemporaryHomes. the second highest total yet
and Mrs. Jack Meekins were Mr. and were spending' their honey- Artistic design in near reached, the Florida State Cham-

I'',- and Mrs. Carl Swicegood from moon in Florida. dramatic interpretation-any- ber of Commerce said. Community
Washington, N. C. They are thing goes-5 entries. "While cement consumption
Rev. and Mrs. Millard Brock
S buying a new home in Holly Class 6-Our Politicians. Feuding last year was 11 per cent under I I Memorial ChurchInterdenominatlanal
left Monday for Saginaw, Mich.,
Hill. where they will visit their Fussing Fighting. Artistic 1959, it was 6 per cent more
design, colors clashing than the 1958 volume. Nationwide
for two weeks.
Mr. and Mrs. Stratton Norcross daughter thing goes-open classmenand cement consumption drop ]I Daytona Ave.
visited last Friday in Seville I
I 7 cent last '
women. ped
per year.
:Mr. and Mrs. Clarence Weaver FLAGLER BEACH
,: with Mrs. Elsie Graham. Class 7-Our Wee Ones. Miniatures
"Florida accounted for 4
have been entertaining as house per
not to exceed 5 inches Sunday School 10:00 A.M.
cent of the cement used throughthe -
guests his sister and brother, I
Mrs.. Stanley' Springer "was I Thelma and Charlie Weaver overall. A) design using fresh nation last year as against Church Service 11:00 A.M.

''% called to Orange Park Friday form Landis, N.C., for two plant material; )B design using 3 per cent five years' ago. |I I! R. W. DICKERT. Paator
night on'account of the serious .
dried plant material: EVERYONE: WELCOMEMOODY'S
weeks. "Added to the total portland
illness of her mother, Mrs. David Class 8 These. Our Many. I II _

DeCastro. Blessings. Formal table set for
George Batson from Ocala wasa -
four, no flat silverware permit-
: Mr. and Mrs. Frank Brede visitor here Tuesday. I ted, 4 entries. I" :
r: S have been entertaining as house "
Class 9-Our Gala Occasions. '
Joe Gordon spent several days FLORAL SERVICE
.' guests his son' and in
daughter I A( A for ,
last week in Jacksonville wherehe corsage a holiday evening -
law, Mr. and Mrs. Martin Brede,
)B for luncheon ,
attended the Masonic Grand ; a corsage ;
I.' from"Pittsburg, Pa. They.arrived Lodge. I )C a corsage of dried materials'. II Funeral Orders A Specialty
L' two weeks ago and after stop. ,
ping over for a visit, they spent . I! ,
';' some time touring the state. SATURDAY NIGHT O. F. ALL ORDERS HOME: FILLED _
They enjoyed several days here -* Beglst
on the Way back Nocth. :Mr. 'I
' Brede's daughtet, Mrs. WilliamH. I I AlA IS HAVING Real Estate I
Kelley from 'Orlando, spent i zE Bunnell I! Phone ID 7-3240 Bunnell, Florida

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1 BRIDE-ELECT FETED ,MISS DEEN IS silver pattern as a memento of

THURSDAY Guests were Mrs. Elbert Crews,
. I Mrs. G. S. Anderson and Mrs. Mrs. C. H. Cowart, Mrs. Sam
- Bride-elect Sandra Deen was ,Gene Knight entertained at a Haywood, Mrs. Lady Allen of
guest of honor at a luncheon luncheon at Hart's Point, Pal at- Bunnell: Mrs. S. J. Tilton, Jr.,

:: L given Thursday at the Ellinor ka, Tuesday noon, honoring of San Mateo; Mrs. c. C. Adamsof
Village Country Club. Hostessfor bride-elect Sandra Deen. The Palatka, aunt of the bride-
I the occasion were Mrs. H. T. marriage of Miss Deen to Mr., elect; the bride-elect's mother, .
Cook and Mrs. William Deen. William Burton, Jr., of Ft. Lau-
L. Burton-Deen .,.JUNIOR WOMANS I derdale, will be an event of Mrs. Callie Holbrook of Wash-
I:CLUB, ENJOYSHAMBURGER Miss Deen will become the Sunday evening, April 30,. at ington, D. C.,,has been the house
k Wedding Plans FRY I bride of Mr. William Burton Jr.,
Methodist Church of
I the First guest of Mr. and Mrs.John Har-
I It of Fort Lauderdale in a candle- .
t The wedding of Miss Sandra-{ The Junior, Womans.Club..en- Bunnell. din this week. '
. ---- light c ceremony at seven o'clock
Deen to :Mr. William Burton, Jr., Joyed a Hamburger Fry and I
I on Sunday evening at the First Spring flowers were used on
Mrs. R. W. Deen, JrJ her ma-
of evening Mercer Home
will be 'an event Sunday I Social at the Gayle "
Methodist Church of Bunnell. the table where places were
ternal Mrs. E. S.
I April 30, at the First Meth- Saturday evening. Members of
The centerpiece for the table (laid for twelve Invited guests.
Morris, and her'sister, Mrs.
odist Church of Bunnelh- Rev. the Club and their husbandswere I
was an arrangement of pink Miss Deen was presented with
Charles Cowart, all of Bunnell.
L. Jr., will officiate I
Spicer present.
and lavender spring flowers. I a place setting of her chosen More 6)
( on
service at
the candle light and
Those attending were
I Place,cards were held by minia-
seven o'clock. t I Mrs. Allen Reynolds, ,' Mr. and .ture dolls.
Mrs.,Richard Littlefield, Mr. and
Miss Deen has selected as her
matron of honor her sister, Mrs.:Mrs. Xubry Spivey, Mr., and Mrs.I Guests included Mrs. Lady Fourth Anniversary Sale;
Harry Atkinson, Mr. and Mrs.H. Allen, Mrs. Walter Cody, Mrs.
Charles Cowart of Serv- Cut Flowers Vase
Corsages, ArrangementsPotted -
V. Peavy, !Mr. and Mrs. Sam Zack Holland, Jr., Mrs. Lee ,
ing asMr. Burtons man Plants"Remember
will be Mr.: Earl Thery of Miami. Haywood, and the Mercers. I Blakely, Mrs. Harry Atkinson, I
Mrs. Nita Haywood, Mrs. Robert
I I Mother"I
Organist will be Mr. Ray Mer- TO HOLD BAKE !Bertha; Mrs. Gayle Mercer, Miss I
cer and Mr. Walter :Morris SALE SATURDAY 1 1i I Ii II I Carol Craig, and Mrs. R. W. I 9
Following the SOlist.1 i I I Deeri, Jr., ,mother of the bride- I 14 with Flowers ..FromBlack'
i The Junior Womans Club will 1 I
brides parents, Mr. and elecL"
hold bake sale at the Post 1 I II
R. W. Deen, Jr., will entertain I Iat' I Office a in Flagler Beach Satur- !I 5 Flower Shop
at the Flagler:
a reception I
Beach Hotel. All friends and day morning from 9 to 11 Mr. and Mrs. V. D. Auspurger ; Phone ID 7-3348 Bunnell
in O'clock. of Plymouth, Indiana: are visit-
relatives of the couple are ing in Flagler Beach with Mr. ..... ... .. .. .......
vited to the ceremony and re- ..... ...;..,/'... .,///f........
RICHARD FRENCH and Mrs. Fred Fruits for two

Mrs. Robert French entertained -
In Miami this week attendingthe ;I I with a birthday party Sun- TV SERVICE Mr. James A. Chapell Competent Hearing Aid ConsultantWill
Conduct A Hearing Clinic at the Halcyon Hotel
State Woman's Missionary,day afternoon at her home in
Union Convention are Mrs. O.F. | Haw Creek. The occasion was ALL Agent MAKES For I Bunnell from 9:00 A. M. to 5:00 P. M. on,Friday April 28.NO .

Alford, Mrs. Jack Clegg, and I!the eighth birthday anniversary; OBLIGATIONEyeglass
Mrs. L. S. Sheffield. i of her son, Richard. : RCA & PHILCO '
I Enjoying the afternoon with I and conventional models, on display..

On the spot adjustments and minor repairs for your
and Mrs. Bill Morris of Charles and, David Clegg, Re- AND INSTALLED
present Hearing Aid. Batteries
Jacksonville are the parents of I becca Durrance, Bruce Kendall, TUBES TESTED FREE
a daughter, born March 24. She I John and Melanie Cody, Carla FOR HOME APPOINTMENT PHONE OR WRITE
weighed eight pounds and two and Elayne Tucker, Steven and
ounces and has been given the Patricia French. I TV Bob ACOUSTICON'HEARING AID SERVICE
name of Sandra Leigh. She is Mrs. French was assisted in
the granddaughter of Mr. and caring for her young guests by I FLAGLER BEACH I 222 Magnolia Ave, at Ridgewood .
Mrs. Tommy Durrance and Mrs. Daytona Beach, Florida Phone CL 3-5115
of Bun-
Mrs. Hard McKenney PHONE HE 9-2204
nell. 1 I Walter Knight. i I I ..........,/',/'..,/' -.,/'......,/'....,/'..,}f./'.........._.......rl'..rl'rl'........rl'rl'..rl'j
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I. TMr.;, and Mrs. L. L. Brannamand .Mr. and Mrs. Harry 'McKenney ..Mr.and 'Mrs. Charles Creal .

children, and Mrs. Ann I and Jimmy visiting
McKenny were ( were visiting in Miami Thursday

1 Weatherington and ,children, in Jacksonville and Wood through Sunday. I'

(Continued from Page 5) Mr. and Mrs. Curtis Rodgers and bine, Ga., during the' past week "

children, and :Mr.. and Mrs. La- end. ., NOTICE: j

mar were that the Board of County Commis-

SCHOOL IN OCALA at Kingsley Lake Sunday afternoon sioners will receive .aealeJ bids on ;
Jimmy McKenney has 'return- the. 1st day of May. A. D.. 19(51, at
s Those from the First Methodist attending'- the Clark and the hour of 9:00 o'clock' .A. M. in
Lewis ed to his home here ''after spend the office of the Clerk of th.. Circuit -
Church who, attended the picnic. Court In the Flagler. County
ing ten months in California
Vacation $ible School Teachers Court House for the following:
where he was stationed with the Sixty (60) 55 gallon drums of
Training School Tuesday in coppertreat wood preservative and
Gloria Harding and Jamesene U. S. Navy. /or creosote.
Ocala were: Mrs. George Clegg, Dawson J The above to oe ordered and de-
accompanied by their
livered when needed.
Mrs. Durrance; Mrs.
y..JA: I Tommy teacher of French, Miss Gloria NOTICE OF PUBLIC SALE The Board reserves the right to
f y;. Frank 'Boswell, Mrs. Robert NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN eject any and ell bids
Martucci, were in Jacksonville that under and by virtue of a certain DATED at Bun en. F'oiidu. this
French, Mrs. Harry Atkinson, during the weekend Final Decree of Foreclosureof 18th day of April, .A. D. 1961.
Mrs. Fred Geller and Mrs.: Les- attending a Mortgage made and entered by ALFRED B. 'PUCKER Chalman.
French Club meeting. Honorable Geo.Vm.. Jackson ATTEST:
lie, Pache. *-, : Judge of the Circuit Court in and B A. SMTTHE. Clerk
for Flagler County. Florida in Bdard of County Commissioners
Chancery on the 14th day of April Flagler County Florida. 1
A. D. 1961. and recorded in said April 20-2tc
Mrs. Jessie Way is convalesc- Mrs. L. B. Bratcher and Mrs. County in cause therein pending

ing at the home of her son and John Campbell spent last week docket Production No. 3955 Credit wherein Association Northeast is NOTICE IS NOTICF HEREBY GIVEN I

daughter in law, :Mr. and Mrs. visiting points in Georgia. They Plaintiff and Claude J. Pellicer and that the Board of County Commissioners t
Mary L. Pellicer, husband and wife, will receive sealed bids on F
William Way, in 'National Gar- visited in Augusta with Mrs. and Milton P. Pellicer and Joseph the 1st day of May A. D. 1961 at t

dens. Mrs. Way recently returned Bratcher's brother Bill and other B. Pellicer as executors and trus- the hour of 9:00 o'clock A. M. In 1
tees of the Last Will and* Testament the office of the Clerk of the Cir I
4.J from the University Hospital ,. relatives and friends. They of Joseph Edward Pellicer.. cuit Court in the Flagler County ,
deceased H. R. Pounds Ettie I Court House for the following:
In Gainesville'where she underwent also spent some time in Baxley, Pounds, N. R. Pounds, Jr., and One new Diesel-powered crawler

surgery for the amputation Alma, Waycross and Blackshear Edith Pounds, trading and doing tractor complete with all standard
business as Pounds Produce Company equipment as per manufacturer'sspecifications
of her leg. before returning. Wilson Toomer Fertilizer j but excluding electric -
.{> ;{ Company Inc., Ho>'t Bragdon trustee lights. Crawler tractor must
and United States of America I have not less than 110 Drawbar
Gerald Manuel of Clewistonwas are Defendants. I. as Clerk of the I Horsepower, electric starting system -
Mrs. Daisy Buckles has returned Circuiti. Court of Flagler County, Hydraulic angling blade 22-
,. a business visitor[ here Sat- } Ii- .. to her home here after spending on the 11th day of May A. D. 1961. track-tension adjusters cab pro-
urday. Mr. Manuel has recently at the front door of the Court
"T =;.....; ...., '1" .ft time in Providence I tector and rear-mounted gear-type
been employed as coach for some House at Bunnell, Flagler County logging winch without cable.
FRENCH-I tED Shapely Rhode Island, with her son in Florida offer for sale at public Bids should state lowest cash
the Bunnell High School and he auction and will sell to the high- : price for the above equipment delivered -
,.' Beatrice Page' holds a long loaf I''law and daughter, Mr. and Mrs.E. est bidder for cash, the property Bunnell, but should also
I was here to locate a place to mentioned in said decree and described
of bread to launch National J. Dillon. state trade-in allowance for the
-' ,- as followsParcel : following:
reside. He also spent some time
Bakery Week. She was born and One NE!4 of NE, Of One IH TD 14 Crawler Tractor
'raised in Paris. in Newberry with his father. Section 32, Township 12 South, with angling blade, cable-control-
NOTICE OP LEGISLATIONTO Range 29 East, being also described led root-rake and stumper head.
WHOM IT MAY CONCERN: as Block I, said section, I which may be inspected at the
Mr. and Mrs. H T. Cook are Notice is hereby given of Intentionto township and range. County Yard.
LEARNING OF CELL ANIMAL apply to the 1961 Session of the Parcel Two NW3'4 of NW,: of The Board reserves the right to
in Tallahassee this week on Florida Legislature for passage of Section 3, Township 13 South reject any and all bids.
Even a one-celled animal .is an act repealing chapter 30410., Range 29 East, (except that DATED at Bunnell Florida, this
business. They were accompanied 1955 chapter 59-591. chapter 59- portion thereof deeded to Flag- 17th day of April A. D. 1961.
capable of learning. A biologist there, by their son, Jim, who 579 chapter 30412 1955 chapter ler County for road right of ALFRED R. TUCKER Chairman
: that animal 30427 1955 chapter 30529 1955. way purposes) being also de- Official Seal Attest:
discovered one such spent the weekend here. Jim is chapter 30532. 1955 chapter 57- scribed as Block 4, said section E. A. S IYTHE, Clerk

a stentor, learned to avoid an student at Florida State Uni- 1011. chapter 57-1009. chapter 57- township and range, as per plat Board County Commissioners
a 1065 chapter 27106 1951. chapter of said section! shown by plat Flagler County Florida.
;unpleasant chemical by contracting versity ,in Tallahassee.Mr. 57-2014 chapter 30345. 1955 chap- of the St. Johns Development April 20-27-2tc
into its tube. ter 27171 1951. chapter 28635 1953 Company's Subdivision on file in
protective chapter 28731. 1953. chapter 30386 the office of the Clerk of the OHDKIl OF IMPLICATION

;Once the stentor discovered that : and Mrs. John Hardin are 1955 chapter 30511. 1955 chapter Circuit Court of Flagler Coun-i IN cmruiT COURT OF THRnVKlTH
57-851 and chapter 59-836. Lawsof tv Florida. JUDICIAL CIRCUIT
,this technique was effective, it in Kosciusko, Miss., in an effort Florida. Insofar as they may relate Parcel Three: NW,i of NB, IV ANn FOR FLAGL.EU COUNTY -
Withdrew to Flagler county; providing I of Section. Township 13 South, FLORIDA. IV: CIIANCKUY.
:; the
Immediately to regain custody of their great I I an effective date. Range 29 East being also described NOTICE OF SUIT CIIANCKHY,
presence of the chemical. I neice Delores By Request of W. Wadsworth I as Block 2. said. section, NO. 4232. '
Lanning. !I
I April 27-ltc tOWhshlp and range. ROGER JOHN .CULVER
--.- Parcel Four W% of NE% of Plaintiff
NE% of Section 4, Township 13 vs
South. Range 29 East, being also VIRGINIA DORIS CULVER.
described as Tract 2. in Block 1 Defendant.IN t
r of said section, township and THE NAME OF THE STATE
range. OF FLORIDA '
1 Ford Tractor. Serial No. Residence Address: UnknownYou
: NAA 67004 are hereby required to file your
1 Ford Tractor Serial No. answer with the Clerk of this
IS'O SAFE NAA 115275 Court to the Bill of Complaint filed
1 Oliver Diesel Tractor SerialI herein against you in the above
I :- 40870702 entitled cause on or before the
.< ,'. 114ft. Tool Bar & Bedder 19th day of May. A. D. 1961 and
P.' Cultivator for 4 rows serve a copy thereof upon Law-
114ft. Tool Bar and 3 Lis rence W Borns Esquire, plaintiff's
ters attorney, herein, whose address is
.. '. 1 Tool Bar and Bedder Culti- 416 Seabreeze Boulevard, Daytona
7 vators for, 2 rows Beach Florida. "The Flagler Tri-
.. ; ,1 1 OK Champion 2 row Potato bune" Is hereby designated as the
'-- Digger newspaper in which this order
1 Taylor way single section shall be published once a week for
.... iit Scolloped Disc Harrow 4 consecutive weeks HEREIN
... .y .. 1 Tractor mounted Gustafson FAIL NOT OR A DECREE PRO
Duster for Ford Tractor CONFESSO WILL BE ENTERED
\ 1 Oliver Iron Age 2 row Po- .
; : : tato Planter The nature of this suit is a bill
\ : 1 2 row Holland Plants setter for divorce.
: 2 Tandem Disc Harrows WITNESS my hand and seal at
; 1 3 point. Hitch Tandem Disc Bunnell Flagler County. Florida,
.. .. .\. Harrow this 13th day of April A. D 1961.
>:.a:'.- '.. 1 IHC Stalk Cutter (Official Seal) E. A. SMYTHE
1 Trexler Potato Seed Cutter, As Clerk Circuit Court.
4 \ Serial No. 56007R Flagler County, Florida
3 Bradley Middlebustera on April 20-27 &May 4-11-Uc
Tractor mounted frame
1 V type Ditcher IN TilE CIRCUIT COURT OF

...a .x $' 't 1 Brady Roto Beater KL.AGI.KIl COUNTY FLORIDA
-,'\, 3 Electric Pumps iv CHANCERY NO. 4231
,.. """ ,', 1320 ft. of 4 inch Irrigation CROWLEY FLOYD HAMMOND,
pipe & Winconsln Power Unit Plaintiff
ALSO, all right, title and Interest VB
;'" : ( V V/f the Defendants. ClaudeJ. PINKIE T. HAMMOND

,' Pellicer and Mary L. Pellicer I Defendant. \
3'. have in and to the following described NOTICE TO DEFEND '
.,.., real and personal prop- THE STATE OF FLORIDA. TO:
.'\ erty: Pinkie T. Hammond
Parcel Five, Tracts 2 and 3, Fair Bluff North Carolina
,. I .Block 2 and Tracts 1 and 3. You are hereby notified that a
'" Block 9. Section 31. Township suit has been filed against you in
I t 12 South.. Range 29 East. All of the above entitled cause; and you
I l Blocks 7 and 8V% of Block are hereby required to file your an-
+ {i 10 and all of Blocks 11. 13 and swer with the Clerk of this Court
14. Section 32. Township 12 and to serve a cony thereof upon
\ tJ '" South, Range 29 East. Tract 3. the plaintiff or plaintiffs attorney,
? : Block 3,' Tract 3, Block 4, all whose name and address is:
l.f Y of Blocks 5 and 8. Tracts 1 and Ray Selden
A". l- 2, Block 11. All of Block 13 800 Main Street
and Tracts 1 and 3, Block 14. Daytona Beach Floridanot
Section 33. Township 12 South. later than Mav 19th, A. D. 1961.
Range 29 East. Tracts 1 and 3. If you fail to do so. decree pro
: Block 1. Tracts 2 and 3. Block confesso will be entered againstyou
: 6. Tract 2.. Block 9. Tract I, for the relief demanded
; \I* .with /lalneless$ "quick recovery'I In the
: Block 16. and all of Blocks 7. bill of complaint. The nature of
... 8. 10. 11. 12, 13. 14 and 15. Section said suit being for divorce.
I 4. Township 13 South. Range WITNESS my hand and seal of
water heater and modern electric 'range 29 East. All of Section 5. Town- said Court this 13th day of April
ship 13 South Range 29 East. A. D. 1961.Omclal .
: EXCEPT Tract 1. Block 1. Tract ( Seal) E. A. SMYTHE
You'll enjoy an Electric Water Heater. SO SAFE I -for precious 3, Block 14 and N% of Tract Clerk of said Circuit Court
of mind. No I, Block 15 Tract 3, Block 9, April 20-27 & May 4-11-4tc
t peace constant-burning pilot light. SO CONVENIENT! Section 6, Township 13 South.

'" ,'.,. insteps anywhere. .needs n flue or-vent. SO QUICK I-a super- .,' Ranee 29 Ea!'t. Tract 1. BlockD. IN TilE CIIUUIT COURT OF
::: EXCEPT North 40 feet. Section FLARI..ER COUNTY,
fast "Quick-Recovery" model ]S' the answer to a lot of hot water 11. Township 12 South. IN CHANCERY NO. 4227

': .. required in a hurty.. Range 31 East. Flagler Beach. IN RE

: Team it up with an Electric Range. SO COOL!-kitchen stays.up ,, 1 Weeder< McKENZIE a minor and ANGELA
1 1 5T Ford Tractor MAY CROW,
'' a minor
.. :,- -.t: :t. to '16 !degrees cooler. so CLEAN!-"lace hand eFef'' clean .1 .. I 1 1955 Diesel Ford Tractor. by their stepfather. ,

I'. flame. walls and curtains cleaner '- ,11954, A. C Tractor. NOTICE TO DEFEND
longer. .
no stay ,
... 1 Potato Planter THE STATE OF FLORIDA. TO:
-. 2 Bedders I Robert M.
Nearly a million modern] families have already switched to, 1 net sets Listers' Residence unknown McKenzie
t -: '' ill the flameless electric waySO ECONOMICAL, too!-because Sun 1 Ford Duster You are hereby notified that
: 1 Vine Beater suit has been filed against to
shine Service'Electricity is now even a bigger bargain. / _, ; 1 Tandem Harrow the above entitle. cause; and you you
1 Ditcher required to tile
J For the Electric Range you'll want visit your appliance dealer. 1 Tiller Plow sorer with the Clerk of this your Court an

'. and for, the right*Size and style of Water Heater, see your dealer, 1 1 net Blade 2-bottnrn Turn Plows and the plaintiff to serve or a plalntltt"copy thereof upon,
\0 plumber or electrical contractor. .,..- 1 Farm Roller .- whose name and address Is:
1 Pasture Choooer Weinstein and Weinstein
1 Pasture Mower 161 St. George Street
1 Small Harrow later Augu 8 11- Florida

4. to 1 1 Large Pasture norway F rt llber Snreader not If yoa.n thAn* Ma7 5th A. D. 1961.

; :: -I H Interest in Potato DlereerV confesBOwill be do entered 80' decree against pro

: 1 1 *4 interest In Seeder bill of complaint. The nature of
Vs Interest In Tractqr Pan said suit being for ADOPTION.
% interest in Troe Potato: WITNESS hand and seal of

} f v t f.L',,: ,0 ',+ IDA, P 0 ,WE. : :; ftt, _. I GI T.." 'ca..M.P,.. .;, A X Y .. Digger.) A.' BMYTI A.said D. Court 1961. this my 30th day of March
.-A HEtPlNI"IlUltD FLORIDA. > s.Y : .. Clerk of the Circuit Court
.. ; 0-, (Official J3al E., A, SMYTHE
; : 'FUJr County Florida- : Clerk of said Circuit Court
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. April, 27-Itc '
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I It Office, TeamGelling of complete soil and' ,water con-

148, 169 14Q 457 CONSERVATIONIEVIS servation plans, ort ,their farms

MacMichael. 154135.. 127. 416 -
By Tilmon W. Robinson *
McCain 172 138 )67 477J. John,,D. Griffin, SCS Are, Conservationist
Schatz no: 168135. 413 Several Flagler County farmers Lake City visited I
t Burks 139 149156 444 have recently signed" conservation in--Flagler county during the !

1 1I I Won 0 Hndc 211 211 211 633 : agreements with the past week. :Mr. Griffin, observed

,I Lost 4 934 970 936 2840 Flagler Soil Conservation District some' of the conservation activities -

By Leslie Pad Foremen, Team; as follows: J. E. Holt, Anthony \n the county and discussed
Lehr 127 132 117 376 Panchella, Hall Carmical, operations with local officials I
Softball Meeting Scheduled For Tonight Green 101 148 ,117 366 L J.. Pemberton, and B. K. Shef- He commended the Flagler SCD

Lovell 124 125 109 358 field.A supervisors and local

I We are going to hold our sec- would like to have any one interested I Mercer, abs 149 149 149 447 .soils .survey of the property nicians on the progress the soil,
R. Schatz 143 163 138 '444 of the above landowners will be conservation program is making:
ond softball meeting tonight at in. umpiring, and some
Won 0 Hndc 214 214 214 the first step in the development in Flagler County.
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the school gym. at 7:30. Wet sponsors who would like to I I
I would, like ,to have all boys who have teams in the league.A !Lost 4 858 931 844 2633 I

are interested In playing to I .lot of boys have read about I Tropical Transport Team- II'

I .come help us set up a good, I my softball program. And as I Mygrant 164 146 163 473 I'
sound softball league. We also gave them more details -seem Abbott 154 118 126 398 CRAIG FUNERAL HOMEA.

to think and like it verY much. Schilkofski 131 133 125 389

My program is for every boy to Lemacks 165 126 143 434 H. CRAIG. Funeral Director

CLASSIFIEDADS ,have a chance to play with the Rockett 119 182, 128 429 JOHN HARDIN. Associate ,
/ 10-player. team which is going I Won 4 Hndc, 246 246 246 738 AIR
Lost 0 979 951 I
931 2861 LADY
tt over throughout the state.. I
think we should go with it. ATTENDANT

Listings under 'this heading are Also, one game a night would Tung oil from the Florida AMBULANCES
3 cent per word each insertion give players, who work on shift tung nut is used in manufacture -
: .,:75 cents Im minimum charge. !work, time to play. This, too, of auto gaskets, brake linings Phone ID 7-3532

." WANTED-Recreational directorfor would bring more people from electrical insulation, aid 201 E. MOODY BLVD. .BUNNELL FLORIDA.
Flagler Recreational Center, Flagler Beach. Some day in the synthetic fabrics. .

starting June 1st through, Au- near future Flagler Beach will 1-1- _
gust 31st. Hours would be from have lights on their ball field I
1 to 6 P.M., with Wednesdaysoff. and games can be played at t .
Contact Mrs. Dick Mosby, Flagler Beach.I .. .. '.
Phone HE 9-2083 for further par- have two good umpires lined :

ticulars. 4.27.2tc up. We need some scorkeepersalso. : ., -. ,
See ;you all at the meet. ,
1 Get in I
FOR SALE-2 bedroom bunga ing. Let's Play Ball! on Chevy'sbrand
:4 low and two lots on the corner .

of Chapel and Lambert in Bun- 1 BOWLING TOURNAMENTAT of : .
nell. For information call ID 7 BELLAIR LANES savings .

3474. 4-20-2tp The 27th annual Florida Men's at your Chevy dealer '

FOR SALE-3 bedroom house In Bowling Association
Palm Harbor on Canal in Flig- Tournament will start Sat-

ler Beach. Corner lot, hardwood urday. April 29, and run through a 1RUCKROUNBUWestern /' '
floors, may GI loan. Call HE 9- every weekend until June 11. .

2303 or Johnston's Realty.. The tenpin championship will

4-20-4tc be rolled on weekends at the '
Bellair lanes. Total fundof
some $30,000 will be at stakein Roy Rogers
business in Flagler Co. Good opportunity f
the meet, which will be spreads good word for .
Experience helpfulbut scored on the American Bowling your local dealer! "Right
not necessary. See C. D. GallR.
Congress Handicap System.So now he's making it easier
2, Box223, Palatka or write at t
far, entries were receivedfor :>. than ever to own America's x
Rawleigh's Dept. FAD-360-
3,376 single competitors, 1- easiest riding truck. That's '
102 Tenn.
668 doubles team, and 714 5- the
Chevy truck that
April 13 & 27 & May 4-3tp;
man teams. This will be the saves you plenty with its

FOR SALE-4 unit apartment largest number of participantsever special.brand of Independent -
house. MainSt. Flagler Beach, to attend' a sports event in Front Suspension."
1% blocks from ocean. Priced to Daytona Beach.

sell. C. Leslie Ginn, 421 LemonS DOWN THE ALLEYS Just pick the model that fits your job and you can

t., Palatka, EA 53534. I The Lehigh Men's Bowling be sure you're putting your truck dollars where

\1rll 138tpTRADE team has one more week of they'll do the most good. You'll get a super- ._ .

OR SELL-equity of 3- bowling left. efficient power to capacity ratio, a truck that's
Friday night the Truck Shop Sturdi-Bilt clear through cab ..
bedroom home, 2 bath, Florida a king-size to keep -
won two games from the second ,your driver happy. And savings that just naturally
room,. 2 car garage and work- _
place Quarry. The Truck Shop go along with Chevrolet's I.F.S. ride.
two old 92 ft.
shop, years on
team is the champ. Pete Dzioba You save on maintenance costs. I.F.S.
waterfront lot in Venice Park for :
smaller home. See Emil Huber, had a 3-game high of 530., Melvin truck life and protects cargoes by soaking up as
" builder, Flagler Beach. Hull with a 208 game anda much as 78% of all objectionable road shock and Ch e vy's h ef ty Job master 6,standard '
3.30-Tt 3-game set of 566, and his vibration. Your truck keeps working for extra in Series 60 middleweights,
teammate, Felix Macewicz, witha thousands of miles! How in the world can you go is known far and wide for its .
t SEPTIC TANK-cleaning reasonable : 3-game high of 507, won four .wrong!Especially now-during truck roundup time! fuel-saving performance.

rates. George Jarosz, PhoneID from the Office. ,
7-3410 3.2 to 8-24-tp Friday night the Maintenanceand -

I I It Quarry teams will play for CHEVROLET TRUCKS
FOR SALE-Flagler Beach house
the No. 2 spot in the league.
t partly furnished., Two bedrooms, The Tropical Transport team
CCB, large lot, located on. Pal won four -from the Foremen.Jim .
metto Ave. in Venice Park. Price high
Mygrant was man
$8,500.00. Call Ed Mathews, with a 3-game ,set of 473.
Gainesville FR 69064. The Standing

t Dec. 1 Tf. won lost

$. FOR RENT-furnished 2 bedroomone Truck Shop ...---.--77% 50%

bath house, Daytona Ave., Quarry .----.--___.._. 66 62
t Maintenance 65 62%
Flagler Beach. Completely ren-
Office ._______.______ 63% 64%
$65.00 per month. Keys
Tropical ____ 61 67
can be picked up.,at Sullivan's
Gulf Station. Nov 10-tf Foremen _______ 50% 77%
Truck Shop Team- :: x
FOR RENT on the ocean 1 and Dzioba 181 168 181 530 I '

2 bedroom apartments completely Robbie 143 170 158 471

furnished, utilities included. Fielder 117 117 143 377 I

Sensible rate day, week, month, Smith 137 148 136 421 ,
or permanent. Sun Sea Motel Oetinger 177 165 143 485
formerly Flagler. :Manor- Won 2 Hndc 203 203 203 203 -i !;

f ; 9-15-tf Lost 2 958 .971 964 2894 4 1YChevy's'
Quarry Team- N.x.
FOR RENT Unfurnished large
Buccini 167 156. 175 498
2-bedroom garage apartment. Shaw 129 153 135 417
j Call HE 9-2318 Zeke
or see
Osteen 153 107 91 351

of Chaffee. 11-17-tf Goodwin 165 134 167 466 famous Thriftmaster 6 does the dependability pulling more loads over '

XSXNNXN S VNX- Vaughn 131 132 160 423 saving in this Fleetside model. It's the most the years than any other truck engine. The-

JOHNSTOFSFLAGLER Won 2, Hndc 239. 239 239 717 highly respected truck 6 ever put under a 135-horsepower 235-cu.-in. Thriftrnaster's-

";; BEACH 'REALTY CO. Lost 2 984 921 967,2872 [hood. It's .best known for economy and standard in all Chevy pickups. .

Maintenance Team .. y
r, Kittrell 168 151 181 500 your Chevrolet dealer ,9
/ Kendall 148 190 149 487 ':t.I .
Nipper 128 106 106 340 .
See us for your real estate needs '!
Macewicz 166 155 186' 507 '
Hull 208 176 182 566 ,
Residence Phones ID 7.3691
Won 4 Hndc 195 195 195 585 I _
or ID 7.3517 Lost 0 1013 973 999. 2985 TELEPHONE ID 7-3131 BUNNELL, FLORIDA


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t E I Methodist Church ]I Qe# in';lGidHervey ;1}Bureau. Says CARD ,OF THANKSWe THE OUT"BOARDER

'wish to express our sin. Authorized Evinrude Dealor
; News Sharpe. Agricultural, cere appreciation 'to all our
Extension Service
friends for their prayers, flowers .
Dockage Storage Free. Ramp
Last Sunday evening, April I ..
cards, calls, and many, WE FINANCE
23, the Methodist Youth Fellowship I Covering a bald spot of ground Just A Potato ;
y other acts of kindness during
825 Ballough RdDaytonaFREE
; ,elected the following of. around the home is as perplexing
I the illness and at the deathof
flpers to serve June 1, 1961 as selecting the right toupeeit's (Continued from 1)
page our loved'one, Elizabeth Bid-
through May 31, 1962 hard to make either look PAINTOne

i I -Ida. Allen, president; Billy ,natural. I store or market has not been dle.We extra gallon of your choice
vice Growing in full shade 'stored at length in musty ware- would also like to thank
Spicer, president; Betty I greenery with each gallon you buy
,. Bourne, secretary; Margie Lee I or in white sand takes patienceand 'I houses. the doctors and nurses at the
Blakely, treasurer; Tina Pache, hard work. .Also, the use These potatoes are new, of- Flagler Clinic and Hospital for Mary Carter Paint Store

- 'r -creation chairman; Nell John. of ground covers in the most I fered as a fresh garden like their loving care during her Illness Alto Weitvate heaping Outer
ston, publicity chairman. unexpected places often is the commodity. They just "plain there. We also wish to express -

Last Friday, April 21. the mark of a good gardener. .taste better." our deep gratitude to Rev.
youth fellowship enjoyed a.I Ground covers are loW grow- I Growers and shippers work W. L. Spicer, Jr.,. for 'his faithful RCA VICTOR

skating party in Daytona ing plants-other than lawn under a short season. They sug- visits and help all during her LIVING TV

, The previous Sunday, Beach'l, grasses-that will cover the I gest trying the new Hastings in illness and also for the beautiful "LOOK FOR COLOR THE PICTURE
eleven youth, the pastor and I ground and form a compact, at- April or May. After that theirseason's service. These have meant I IN THE WINDOW
much to us. Southern Radio & Television
tractive about North Flor-
cover. over
counselor went to the First
Methodist Church in Daytona I I Low-growing plants accentuate -I ida growers say. George L. Biddle and family. I 226 E. Granada-Ph.ORMOND OR 7-2001

Beach. They shared in a supper curves and lines of Qwer I 1- _----- -- --
and worship with that church's j beds and walks. Ground covers I High Schoolers

youth group, then stayed for avery I are excellent in preventing I INSURE-Stay Insured & Rest Assured ,
inspirational music pro erosion and reducing mainten-1 May Visit DBJC
gram presented by the Bethune- ,ance on banks, slopes
, Cookman College Chorus. l dunes where it is almost impossible Daytona peach Junior Collegeis GET THE BEST PROTECTION FROM .
A bowling party is the next to grow lawn grasses. the only Junior College in
outside activity planned for the I There are scores of' plants Florida permitting college class
youth group. suitable for ground covers. Here room visit by high school stu H. T. COOK AGENCY

Sunday morning's worship are a few recommended ,by University J dents. College guidance staffers
service will be at 11 A M. The II of Florida ornamental Dorotha Foster, Marlin Magee Citizens Bank Bldg. Bunnell, Florida

sermon, will be on Christian horticulturists.The I and Dean R. W. Whetstone ex-
common periwinkle will the comment this week .
Stewardship titled: "Honest Ren pressed
dering." All are cordially invitedto grow in full shade or in sun- 'I upon their return from a special I r"'''...J",..........J"- .........,............................-...,.-.................fill.......

attend. light anti is rated excellent for I conference of Florida college FOR ALL HOURS-DAY OR NIGHF
Sunday is Fifth Sunday, when I. banks and for edging along student personnel workers at

all Sunday school offerings go,1, flower beds. Fig marigold is a I the university of Florida.
toward support of the Children's succulent that will grow on The local visitation program, AMBULANCE
Home at Enterprise. Those at- sand and beach areas near salt I they explained, is valuable because PHONE VAlley 41625ST.

tending are asked to consider water. f it allows local pre-college SERVICE AUGUSTINE. FLORIDA -
this worthy cause, prayerfully The two lilyturf plants are students to obtain information
and compassionately. I rated tops as ground covers. about college activity prior to Never be hesitant about calling a Garcia Ambulance. We

They resist heat'and droughtand formal entrance. Equally im- are always at your service with promptness. safety aDd.xpert..uce.
are useful for edging. Creep portant is Jfje '"campus image"or I .
ing liriope, smaller of the two, atmosphere which can be acquired S H

Feed Program grows best in partial to full while still in high school. I Equipped With Oxygen Resusitator and Inhalator
shade. Mondo "grass.-it belongs DBJC's three divisional struc-

Signup UnderwayThe to the lily familywillgrow ture and a broad scope of post i Garcia Funeral Home
in full shade. high school opportunity places
signup of farmers in the I P. E. GARCIA Licensed Funeral Director
Both the lilyturf plants are the college among the top in ,
1961 feed grain is now.
program hardy statewide, They cannot community service, a report I I. LADY ASSISTANT

.. well ty, according underway to in A.Flagler B. Johnston coun, stand tramping. made by the department said _..-.....-.-.-.................... ... ... ........................._.....-..

chairman of the County Agricul- Partridgeberry or Mitchella re-
tural Stabilization and Conser- pens does well in moist, acid

vation Committee.The soil. It's an excellent low cover FORD DEALERS
for dark nooks of the
program provides pay-, very gar-

ments to corn ,and grain sorghum den.Other
producers who divert a portion ground covers include
of the acereage formerly peperomia, shore Juniper, con- OPERATIONBI
federate jasmine, trailing fig,
planted to these crops to an approved

.- -conservation--; use. lantana wandering and jew winter, wedelia creeper., trailing . . . . .

Your home won't be Planting IffI'
Preparing the; soil for planting G SAVE
ground covers is important be- i

a sniffle factory, cause it is nearly impossible to
cultivate the soil later. -
First the soil to
this winter. spade a
I depth of 8'inches,. mixing in a
II sizeable quantity of organic I We're celebrating .sales success! Prices slashed across \
I matter if the soil is sandy. Next,
level the area with a rake and J the board on all Fords, Falcons-Sedans and Wagons! 'I
remove the roots and trash.
fore moisten Be-I I
planting, the '61 GALAXIE TOWN VICTORIA. The true
Like grasses, ground luxury car of the low-price field, with ;
need fertilizer The' faster grow- Thunderbird-inspired; elegance and comfort.
trend-setter if there ever was one!
,ing plants need a near endless ; .
amount, while the slow growing I
Cash In bur i it'
plants take very littl.e This :
means one application of a : ; 4' :> new low Galaxle

4.7.3 fertilizer per year for I prices nowl.
gopher apple to almost monthly
applications for ground'covers
if you installH '
such as wandering jew. 61 FORD FAIRLANE. Beautifully built to
Where possible, use seed to tale care of itself goes up to'30,000
miles between lube jobs 4,000 miles
propagate ground cover plants between oil changes. Truck Size brakes adjust -
It'll make the job easier. .. <<:,. ',,- themselves-outomatically.
Woody and semi-woody species "
root .wa of ground cover plants are Gives and saves

usually propagated by cuttings. i-- the most for
GAS HEAT now! Summer .is a ,good time to start
the least!
the project. Each plant seemsto
Avoid the cold weather in- have a favorite rooting medi-

stallation rush; let us equip um. But, if ''you can't discoverthe
.. ,'61 FALCON TUDOR.A Falcon with stand-
'your home with a Tyrofax" best medium, try a mixtureof .. ard transmission averaged 32.6 mpg in
half peat moss and half the
1961 Mobilgos Economy ..Runhighestgas
automatic heat
gas-operated (. I .. <'. .by 6or in '
white sand. .1. : mileage a cylinder car
ing unit now to enjoy healthful Make the cuttings three to e :_ = ='= _. the Run's 25-year history.

even warmth throughout four'inches long. After 'cuttings America's

your house-all winter long.Estimates have been inserted in the medi- lowest-prlced* ..
um, water and firm the'medium
cheerfully given 6-passenger sedan IBaud
about the base of the cutting. .
oil a comporiioit of jnom/focfurn*
without charge. I Constant mist is best, but if you F.D.A.F. suggested ntoil ttoltvtrtd print.
Phone today. are not able to rig up the jet
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