The Flagler tribune
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 Material Information
Title: The Flagler tribune
Physical Description: Newspaper
Language: English
Publisher: s.n.
Place of Publication: Bunnell Fla
Creation Date: December 14, 1961
Publication Date: -1981
Frequency: weekly
Subjects / Keywords: Newspapers -- Bunnell (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Flagler County (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Genre: newspaper   ( marcgt )
newspaper   ( sobekcm )
Spatial Coverage: United States -- Florida -- Flagler -- Bunnell
Coordinates: 29.4675 x -81.256944 ( Place of Publication )
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).
Funding: Funded by NEH in support of the National Digital Newspaper Project (NDNP), NEH Award Number: PJ-50006-05
 Record Information
Source Institution: University of Florida
Holding Location: University of Florida
Rights Management: All rights reserved. Board of Trustees of the University of Florida
Resource Identifier: aleph - 001024369
oclc - 33425664
notis - AFA6237
lccn - sn 95047251
System ID: UF00079914:00258
 Related Items
Preceded by: St. Johns tribune
Succeeded by: Palm Coast news
Succeeded by: Flagler/Palm Coast news-tribune

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I, Committee of 100 i i Masons and OES I P' W.AA.t'f''W: ,< ,if.J'! \i-. :io, <:,'4'L' Flagler Beach"Commissioners

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, Friday Night j I Service HereThe i, I II It t Close Land .Deal

I Bunnell ,Masonic Lodge 1 I The Flagler Beach Town Commissioners
laws, for the Committee II
Flagler -
By and Eastern Star will hold .a I : signed the deed at
of 100, Inc., }
were adopted
. Christmas Service in the Masonic i their meeting last Thursday I'
at night. The I l:
a meeting Friday
Lodge room on Tuesday conveying the 320 acres of
is in the oft !
Committee .
process evening, December 19. John A.I I :marshland to Flagler Harbors, i

completing the organizationwhose I'' Clegg, master of the lodge, said t I Inc., for development. Flagler j

purpose is to work for r 1 the public is invited to attend. II I 'Harbors Company is headed by f

,the progress and prosperity ofi,! l I At six-thirty a covered dish! James ''Ebert and Michael Mur \

. Flagler County. I'' I( supper will be served In the I ,

Organization of the comittee II IIis i dining room. This will, be followed ,frJ jc ray.The Town Commissioners accepted ,' !

being patterned along the,tl by the service in the i I a cashier's check for J
lines of other committees
same ( lodge room at 7:30. $5,000.00 and a ,note for $75,000 l
of 100 in this and j
area they; I the '
Following is program: I securing the mortgage on the 1
will work in with!
cooperation +:
I Prelude of Christmas music: property. This will be paid off :
other county committees. I Marine Cadet Mrs. Naomi Hosford, past worthy '-, as blocks 'of lots have been de I
James Ebert President of the 1
matron. Ronnie Canakaris j veloped. The, contract calls for i
Flagler Harbors of Flagler Charles Trad Invocation, Joe Gordon, senior developing the lots and con-
: Beach, was 'elected as" ,acting '
struction of homes
warden. on the ma-
f chairman of the newly formed Flies First Solo I Solo, 'The Holy City, Mrs' Given Scholarship jority of the property. It also
committee. Charles E. 'Creal,
.A Betty,Shultz.. calls for a part of the propertyto
president of Citizens Bank of Marine Aviation Cadet Charles Welcomefi Mrs. Rita Diamond, Univestiy of Fla. be filled in and set aside for

I Bunnell was named as acting L. Trad, son of Mr. and Mrs:I worthy matron.Announcements. I II I future construction of the Town I

_ secretary-treasurer. Louis N. Trad of Bunnell, flew: '
John A. Clegg,I II 1 1 Ronnie Canakaris is being! Hall and recreation facilities.
J Chairman Ebert, reported we his first solo on November 17:I 'I
worshipful master. I I awarded athletic Representing the town at the
I a four-year
had received excellent publicityon in the Beach "Mentor" trainer(.I Anthem, "A Star in the Night. scholarship at the University of I I transaction Thursday night were !

the organization of the com J while undergoing instruction at'- Flagler Choral Group, directed I Florida result of his I'Town Commissioners Richard I
as a
mittee. He said he had receiveda Training Squadron One at the!:.'I by Miss Emily Gage.. I 1 standing accomplishments out'I''I'Mosby, Charles Bondy, Leonard !i

number of congratulartory Saufley Field Naval Auxiliary- ( Scripture :Reading, Mrs. Betty football at Bunnell High Moody, Harry Treadwell, and i
messages and also a call from Station, Pensacola, Florida. I
White, star pointPrayer forthe past four Ronald Thomas Duncan, City Clerk R. D.
years. I I
Wallace Jones of the- State In During this primary flight. T. Shelton Brooks, past,1 is the son of Dr. and Mrs. John Peterson, Town Attorneys 'pierce i
dustrial Committee who con- training at Saufley, student pilots I and
Cobb, and
master. Canakaris of Bunnell. Mayor George 1
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congratulated us, on the organi- receive academic 'instruc Solo, ''fhe'Lord's Prayer," Mrs.. His scholarship covers all ex- Wickline. .. !

zation. He, said they have felt navigation Nana Hilsenbeck.Christian for his four-year college Flagler Harbors representatives !
the need of such a committee Message, Rev. Atlee I education at the university in addition to Mr. Ebert '. 1
In this and he offered his civil air
area regulations.
Stevens, Beach and Mr. :Murray, were their attorneYs
pastor:' Flagler this includes, room, board, tu- \
cooperation. entering the Marine Baptist Church. tition, and fees. H. T. Cook of Bunnell I
Chairman Ebert named Mrs. Corps in February 1961, Cadet Solo, "The Christmas Story'Walter I .and Louis Ossinsky, senior and I

M. B. Fuller, Charles Creal, and Trad attended Daytona Beach I S. Morris, past master. I Ronnie captained this year'sfine I I.'Junior, of Daytona Beach.f

Howard Wisehaupt as a nominating _College* ,, tf > 'Silent, Nl ht,'/-led byWalter I Bunnell football team whichfinisfiedwitkan I Signing the deed Thursday ,
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committee to present a I Morris. 1 1I I ended .a' ,three-year controversy ,
slate of nine directors. The election was chosen all-conference forI
Beach Elementary Benediction, Mrs. Wanda Mer- over the contract for the development -
I i three consecutive in the
of directors will be held in] (
of the
I cer, associate matron. marshland owned

1 the January.chairman. Following, vice the chairman election,) School Wins ,PrizeIn Postlude; Ray Mercer, organist.. I i I Tackle.St. Johns Coach River Bo,Conference Manuel made as a by the town. "Mr. Murray, rep.

( I i resenting the Flagler Harbors,
the following statement: Ron-
''" and named.secretary-treasurer will be Safety ContestThe I I the following statement: "Ron. presented the check for $5,000.00

Funeral For I i nie is one of the finest athletes : 'about one and half years ago,
The Committee will, meet on 'sixth grade of the Flag- :, I asking for the transfer of the
to .I I have had the privilege to I:1 :
December 19 hear committee
ler Beach Elementary received property. The commission serving
coach. Ronnie of the '
was one
Teports. They accepted the invitation a 'check for $5, as third Mrs. Butler at that time refused the
main reasons Bunnell got,off to
of Joseph Paquin to;' in state wide Florida I
o prize a check
stating they had
no contract

such a fine start this season. :
hold the meeting in the office Safety' Council Bicycle Safety This AfternoonMrs i I, with the
He had been sought after by company.
-of Von Bulow Ranch.
I Contest. The title of their
I After
poem the new board of commissioners -
several Universities in
Following the business meet- was The Smart Cyclist," according Agatha Mays Butler: of I I country took office in April
but he made his choice the
ing, :Mr. Paquin said they serve I to W. E. Fennel, Jr., princi- Bunnell died early Tuesday;i I r University of Florida. of this year, they voted to recog-

refreshments. I pal and sixth grade teacher., morning in a St. Augustine I I ;nize the contract with the Flag.

Due to difficulty to judge the nursing home after a long ill I II ler Harbors as developers of the
hundreds of entries received ness. She was 83 years old. I II I
Hi-Y and Tri-Hi-Y marshland, and proceed with
from throughout the state, it :Mrs. Butler was born in Eng.1 i[Legion Post And the development according to

Delegates Attend was decided to add a second I land. After coming the Unit I the contract.

third prize and twd Special Rec- I ed ,States she resided in New Auxiliary Hold I

North Florida MeetA ognition prizes to, the original Jersey for some time before

three prizes. It pleased the I moving to Flagler County about Christmas Party I J I Christmas

group of students from I II i class greatly to read their name years ago. She was a- memo Lights.
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I Bunnell High School, represent- :: third among schools from larger I of the Baptist Church. The American Legion Post 115

I ing the local Hl-Y and Tri-Hi-Y I cities as Pensacola, Lakeland,! Funeral services will be held and the American Legion Aux On Streets SoonThe

Cubs, traveled to Jacksonvillelast ,, Panama City, Tampa and St.: at 3 o'clock this afternoon iliary Unit held their annual I '
weekend to, attend the annual Petersburg.The I (Thursday) from the First Baptist -, Christmas Dinner Party at the Christmas lights are beIng r

North Florida Hi- and Tri- r sixth grade students are: I Church of Bunnell. Rev. Bunnell Community Center on placed in the downtown

Hi-Y District '(Conference. Mildred Allison, Raymond Allison Thomas Pinner, pastor of the Monday night. streets of Bunnell this week and
I will officiate. they will be turned on for the
Kathy Anderson, Calvin church, Craig
The conference was sponsored Guests of honor were their first time this
Brock, Mike Bross, Walter Burns, Funeral Home of Bunnell is in State Friday night.
by Jacksonville Area Hi-Y and representatives to Boys The has al
lighting system
I Ben Cannon, TommvDuncan, charge of arrangements. Inter-
, '. and'was and Girls State this and '
Tri-HI-Y Clubs held at year ready been placed' around Lake
Nina Frizzell, Helen Ruth: Gris- ment will follow at the Espanola i
Jacksonville University. their families. Lucille and the Hall '
I City lights
som, Jail Hein, Bonnie Lowe, Cemetery.
The conference consisted of a I Unda McNab, Johnny Meigs, The body will rest- at the i! Mary Susan Brannam gave a are ready to be turned on. The

number of inspirational activi Vickie :Missinne, I church from 1 o'clock this afternoon I very .interesting report on the city recently transplanted a ce-

ties, workshops in the area of Marylyn Mitchum, V i c k i until the funeral hoiir. I: Girls State activities. Mike :Mc dar tree in front of City Hall

Club Leadership Activities, anda Moore, Sandra Owens Lee I Mrs. Butler is survived by a Millan gave his report on Boys which will be used as a Christ

banquet and ball on Satur Presswood, Patty Robbie, Greg. son and daughter in law Mr. State, and also gave the reportfor mas tree each year.

day night atthe Student Centerof Ross, Eleanor Shlll, Pamela: and Mrs: Sammy Mays of RoChester Paul Staton who was ill and

the university. Smith, Sam Smith, Ronald N. Y. Also surviving .is could not attend. SENIOR CLASSSPONSORS

Closing activities .were' ,heldat Thames, Wesley Thomas, Elaine lone grandson and one grand- PANCAKE -
-I I Mary was
sponsored by
the Jacksonville YMCA on Tidwell, Scott Wilder, Jo Anne daughter, both of Rochester. BREAKFASTThe
the local American Legion Aux
and concluded Wilson, Cecil Woods and Andy Pallbearers are: Paul Stanish,
Sunday morning iliary Unit Paul and Mike were Senior Class of the Bun-
Waterman. Dale Brown, Dewey Moody, Raymond -
with service and installation
a worship
the local American is
sponsored by nell High School sponsoringa
Smith, Henry Wells, Ray
ol officers for the Legion Post. ,Both Girls and Pancake Breakfast Saturday
1962-63 school CHORAL CLUB TO Mercer, and C. B. Eisenbach.
year. Boys State are held In Talla- morning in front of the court

The following students attended PRESENT CONCERTA AFRICAN DIAMONDS hasee each year and are weeklong house. 'Publicity Chairman Su

I, : Robbie Tucker, Mickey" Christmas concert will be activities of city, county, san Wadsworth said today. They

Ramsey, Gail Wadsworthr Nell presented by the Flakier Choral -Africa produces 97 of ,every and state government. plan to start serving at 6 o'

Johnston, and Jamesene Daw- Club on Sunday evening, De 100 carats of diamonds mined Group singing of Christmas clock that morning.

son. Mr. and Mrs. John A. Cannon cember 17th, at 7:30 o'clock a t. in the world. The current annual :f Carols was enjoyed and Santa Proceeds from the breakfastwill

t..i Jr., accompanied the group. the Flagler Woman's Club-J world production of some came by for a visit with the be used by the class in. ,

:. ',,'{,,<. Mr ,Cannon' is a sponsor of building in Flagler r' ach. J23: million carats' would :fill" group and -distributed. .,gifts to financing the class trip to Wash.
i the ,local Hi-Y. Club. .Everyone is invited to attend/'about 75 bushel' baskets. i those present: Ing, D. C. next spring. f
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I, CONS E EI RVATION NEWS'f ( New Florida Service i

I f 1 By Tilman' W. Robinson By Trailways' System '

Soil Conservation Service Con Floridarbound vacationers will 1LLJ I

versationist; T. W. Robinson, con beable to add a new intercitybus .

I ducted a class of sixth grade route to,their choice of waysto i if
:' students from the Bunnell High get to the Sunshine State this f

School on a tour last Friday of winter, as well as have their ,

I the I. J. Pemnerton property on pick of several new. low-cost 1
Crescent Lake. package tours.Effective 1i i

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The group was shown diked December 12, the I Ii i

off, 150 acre block- of Jand, Trailways Bus System offereda 1bt > 1

which Mr. Pemberton is plant more direct service between t
New York and Miami. Four
Ing to citrus. They were especially ,
interested In a huge two- trips' daily are scheduled for 1\ New CropPECANS

way pump which he uses to no-change, through service to I
drain the field in rainy weather Jacksonville and Miami by way ,, ::. 1 lb. cello'39c

and to pump water from Cres of Orlando over a new East

cent Lake for irrigation in dry Florida route.
periods. :
Other Florida cities to be

High light of the tour was a served by the route includes St. )F s With the purchase of

boat ride given the boys and Augustine, Sanford, DeLand, b id'; (<< V Kraft's

girls on Crescent Lake by Mr. Hollywood and Fort Lauderdale. -l .v
Pemberton in his cabin cruiser.He Time'savings for Trailways pas- DAISY CHEESE lb. 59c

also served refreshments of sengers on the new route are
mixed nuts and soft ,drinks. expected to be about 4% hours. Grade "A" Large dozen
The eastern route, after touch. 1Morton's
Those going on the tour included ing historic St. Augustine below I- '..u\\\\\\\\\\\\\\\\UUUllqp/.l.'
: Mrs. Viola Tokin, the Jacksonville cuts through the

teacher, and Mrs. Jack Dupont, citrus fruit country and the rich MEAT PIES \ 3 69c

bus driver, and the followingsixth agricultural "middle" of Florida, for J 49"

grade students: parallels the eastern bank of Birds 10
\ Eye oz. pkg. .
Lake .Okeechobee, and then
Henry Bowers, James Akins, *
moves tQ the Atlantic Coast a*,' BABY LIMAS 4 89C ///4/ o
Kathy Anderson, Lee Bourne, for 71111IUIIIIIIIIIII\\\\l
Fort Lauderdale. Direct coring
Darrell. Britt, "Broadaway,
Sherry Cox, Huitt Dupont, Sylvia tions are also provided for Vtest Clarks 5 in a bag CHOPPED Shurfresh canned -

Grogg; Jeanie Harbert, Cynthia Palm Beach.Trailways SIRLOIN STEAK 99C BISCUITS 6 for 39c
will also .
J Harper, James .Harper, Rusty -
three trips from New York
Improta, Dennis' Janowsky, John day The 12 in one Mix .
through Jacksonville and Tampa
Jarosz, Walter-- Kersey, Linda .
down the West Coast of Flor BISQUICK 40 oz. pkg.. 45cr..L _
Knight, Jackie McCabe, Donald
ida. Cities served "here include
:Moore, Tony Parker, Sharon
St. Petersburg, Sarasota and ,
Alice Patrick, Karen Moody,
Tina Pache, Buddy Phillips, Au. Fort Myers. This segment of T TWestern
the Florida service
ra M. Robbins, Carol Smigielski, operates
I through Charlotte, North Carolina
Kathryn Strickland, Clifford
Augusta, Ga. and Lake
Weatherington, ,Bobby Robinson,
City, Florida.
and Sharon Salyerds.
Three special tours are being Center Cutfff'f"i

offered starting December 15.

O. F. ALFORD The most extensive is the "Flor -
) Registered ida Circle Tour,".which'provides :'": lb.

M for an eight-day trip originatingat ,..........

Real Estate i Broker Lake Jacksonville City. The, "circle"Tallahassee trip includes or- 1 jj\jjr\\\r Thriftway Choice Cuts Western Beef

t Bunnell, Florida stops at St Petersburg, l\\\\\\t\\\\\\ FRANKS 39c SIRLOIN & T-BONE

t't the Gulf Beaches_ Cypress Gar- :::::::::: pkg.. STEAK 98c
't dens, Bok Tower, the Everglades, f lb.
RCA VICTOR St. Augustine, Miami, and Mi- ;;tt; Square Cut Shoulder
LIVING COLOR TV t:::::;:;:, Boneless

"LOGIC IN -THE FOR TilE'VIN 00\\1"PICTURE. ami Beach. ij \ LAMB ROAST lb. 39c CORN BEEPWorld's 69''

Southern Radio & Television :.:,:.:.:.:.:.:.:.:.:. lb.

I 226 E. Granada ORMONDIX Ph. OR 7-2001 y t 1 r Lean Small Size BeatHAMBURGER ,

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I XOTICK TO DEFEND Defendant. TRY A II I Dawn Fresh can .
JOHNSON Fdlgers 1 lb.
JAMES DANIELj Ij I canHunt's
+. 10 Main Street MUSHROOM SAUCE lOc
Bloomln dale. N. J. .
I t You are hereby notified that a j
\.. suit has been filed against you in *
the above entitled cause: and you I 6 oz. can'- COFFEE 39 V
are hereby required to file your answer -
with the Clerk of this Court. 1you'RE TOMATO SAUCE lOc
and to serve a copy thereof upon i ,__
the plaintiff or plaintiffs attorney. I RIGHT,WHY iI FOOD KING ,1 lb. 33cLimit
whose name and address is: can
RAY SELDEN I THE I Our Favorite: 303: can. .
'Selden Building ,
) one $5.00 or more food order
,t \ not .later* Daytona than Beach.January Florida 11th. A. D. 1 I GREEN BEANS : lOc_
you fall to do so. decree pro Jonathon School Boy .
: confesso will be entered againstyou -
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SI for the relief demanded in the Shurfine Tall Can
bill of complaint. The nature of .
t said suit being for divorce. I 4 lb. bag

1 said WITNESS Court this my 7th hand day and of Decem-seal of ( AND IZ"5ECONOMICAL I E. MilK"eo 9*

ber(Official A. Seal)961'. A. SMYTH I r,
I I Clerk of said Circuit Court .APPLES
I f Dec. 14/21/28 1961; Jan. -I, 1962-4te I Limit one $5.00 or more food order

f F L.-\GL.n COUNTY. FLORIDA. riwri
t. "\VOODCOCK.l 29c. '
CARL WILLIAM Plaintiff. WI Y Americas, Best Shortening

GRACE POOLE AVOODCOCK.Defendant. the purchase of V

NOTICE TO DEFEND $5.00 or more order Giscp-259
Grace last known Poole residence Woodcock and. address Coupon void 12-16-61 J Large Fla. PinkGRAPEFRUIT :, .

':"+ Raleigh.was North 524 Boyland Carolina Avenue 3 for 19c Limit one $5.00 or more food order
You are hereby notified that a .
25 I .
-< suit has been filed against you in ,
f the above entitled cause; and you I. Fresh Fancy
are hereby required to file your answer TOP VALUE STAMPS | Alaga

and to with serve the a Clerk copy of thereof this Court.upon with the purchase of | YELLOW CORl6 for 35 c -
the plaintiff or plaintiffs attorney. World's Best I SYRUP 16 oz. bottle I 25c
whose name and address is:
Richard E.. ConnerP. HAMBURGERFREE
New Smyrna Beach Floridanot I =i .
1961.later than December 30. A. D..

It you fall to do so. decree nro
confesso will be entered againstyou PRICES GOOD
for the relief demanded in the I TOP VALUE STAMPS i p 1
Bill "of Complaint. The nature of with the purchase of )4 4 Dec. 14-15-16. 1961
said ult being for divorce. I c
WITNESS my hand and seal of Coupon void 12-16-61 ...
22nd of .No-
said Court this day -
vember A.D. 1961. 6 oz. jar Nescafe STORE HOURS
Official Seal) E.
; '(": ... Clerk of said Circuit Court INSTANT COFFEE Mon. that FrL-8 JLM.-6:45 P.M.

"- ::- ; l'Deputy'By Julia ClerkII' R. Harvey Coupon 'void' 12-6-61, 1 '..< "THE _FRIENDLIEST STORE IN TOWN" ,Sot -- 8_ AM. 9 P. M: t

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I I k PAGE FOUR 'I'lIE" FLAGLER. TRIBUNE. BUNNELL. FLORIDA Thursday, Dec. 14, 1961thaic

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Telephone LUNA HEmlock BABBITT..9.2qga'I:II II I FOOD STORE ;

The Junior Woman's Club met e ,
The Flagler; Beach Garden Tuesday evening:' at the.home of, L I
Club held a delightful Christ. Mrs.,,Aubrey; Spivey.. Mrs. Allen GOOD Thurs. Fri. Sat. j
1 mas party at the Community Reynolds presided. *Ten memo Dec.14-15-16,1961 :
Church on Daytona Avenue bers were present and also Mrs. Quantity Rights Reserved
Monday evening. Fifty memo Frank Brede, representative rl 1 I _
bers, friends, and husbands at the Senior Club. I SELF SERVICE MEATS I
tended.' Mrs. Gene Knight read the ,
Mrs. Florence Schwenk was Club Collect in, the opening.New Square Cut'Shoulder, Lean Small i'
chairman and the following members, Mrs. Henry LAMB SPARERIBS 'I,
'' Townsend and Miss Gloria Mar-
committee members 'made it a
I festive evening. In charge of tuccl,. were welcomed., *
decorating, Esther Juengling I Plans were concluded for the ROAST ib.' 49Shoulder I .lb. 49 I

4 Dining room, Hanna Vogel and !annual Christmas Bazaar which
I ,Ann Batton. Games, Mrs. Reyn I,will be held Saturday, Decem Palm River 1
I old Hoover. Prof. Theo Weber ber 16, from 9 until 12 A.M. in .
, played organ music and also accompanied I front of the. Bunnell postofflce. LAMB SLICEDBACON I
Florence Schwenk They will have home made articles
t a candies, cookies and lb.
and duet. Abby Hanselpacker in a cakes. CHOPS >b. 59 49Tender

The New Year's Dance is to
The highlight of the evening .
'J,t be December: 31st from !9; until Copeland's
was flower, pictures given Mer-
vin Whitely of Flagler Beach. 1 in the Bunnell Civic Center. ALL MEAT CLUB

He showed also many New England The Wonderland theme," will and be music"Winter will!I I *
snow scenes. FRANKS 49 STEAKS 79"Superfine"
be furnished by "The- Nocturnes"! *
from DeLand. The tickets nvith:
GAME PARTY I reservations will be $5 per

Mrs. Allen Reynolds entertained couple and $6 at the door. For! "Mountain Grown" .
at her home on Saturday reservations call Mrs. T. J. Mil 'I FOLGERSCOFFEE HENDERSONS
evening with a Game Party for ler at the office of Dr. Allen r
members of the Junior Woman's Reynolds. Mrs. Richard Littl- I
Club. The Christmas theme was ,field, 'Mrs: Reynolds and Mrs.
carried out in all detail. Christ ,Tom Galloway are on the ticket SUGAR
mas cookies were served at the I''I 'committee. I
conclusion with punch. The After the dance, a breakfastwill I
prize was won by Mrs. Tom Gal be .served by Mrs. Frank
loway. Brede at $1 per person at the ,
Civic Center. All proceeds will Ib I

Mr.. and Mrs. Herbert Gray be used for chairty projects 29 539::
had for their weekend guests which include supporting two
their son in flaw and. daughter, patients at Sunland, Training can '
Mr. and Mrs. Lloyd Stone, from Center in Orlando, providing
Welaka who were accompaniedby shoes for needy school children, Limit one $5.00 or more food order Limit one $5.00 or more food order
their children. food baskets for needy families
,," and giving' Christmas rememb- '2i/2 Food King I Giant Size
:Miss Marjorie Schatz, who is erances to hospital patients at. BARTLETTPears I
attending school at Howeyinthe the Flagler Clinic and Hospitalin FabDETERGENT *
t Hills, spent the weekend at Bunnell. 3 cans $1 00I pkg69
the home of her parents, Mr. Next meeting will be held in fur
and Mrs. Robert SchatzCommunity Bunnell at the home of Mrs.
Harry Atkinson. Dainty refreshments I Food King
were served at the con- 46 oz. Stokely I GRATED'Tuna
conclusion with punch. The prize I I
was won by Mrs. Tom Gallo I *
Memorial Church I 1 19
InterdenominationalAIR 4 for $100 i can .f
Tom Galloway and George
CONDITIONED Preston ,will spend..the weekend I Monogram j
Daytona Ave. I with the Air National Guard in I 2V2 can I LONG GRAIN

Sunday FLAGLER School BEACH 10:00: A.M. Jacksonville. SOUTHERNYams Rice 3 ft:; 39*
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Church Service 11:00 A.M. Leaving ,Sunday for Binghamton I .I g
R. W. DICKERT. Factor I N. Y.j to spend the Christmas '5 for $1
EVERYONE WELCOME lTV holidays with relativeswere I Shurfresh :
Mrs. Sara, Dickinson, Mrs. CHEESE I

Charlotte by Mrs.Durofschalk Ann Davis, accompanied who- Gold MedalFlour 2 ib. 75
Spread ;
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Mrs. Amy Stratton. Mrs."Dickinson g
entertained her son in Downy
Agent For law and daughter, Mr. and Mrs. FABRIC I
Harold Edson, from Eau' Gallie, New EnergyBleach
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(By Hervey Sharps Poinsettias show their color cold water. Be sure that the poinsettias about 18 hours Scab is most prevalent in the*
I steaming water does not damage fore they are to be used in be-I ,
according to'the day length and summer. If you discover an attack "
I If Christmas is going to catch' the bracts. arrangement. Store the cut prune and burn the affected ,
without a brilliant, displayof temperature.A ers in a cool, draft free place
you An alternate method of halt. I branches, then spray the
poinsettias, resolve now to plant near "a lighted win ing the oozing sap Is'to singe during the waiting stage. rest of the plant with copper A
dow or a street: light' often refuses -
.get a 1962 project underway. the cut ends of the stem overa Poinsettias, like other orna- or a bordeaux mixture to pre-
to. color up like a neigh-
I flame for 'a couple of seconds mentals, have their plagues and vent further spread of the dIs- '
Purchasing potted stock froma boring plant in a nearby darker _.
and then place, the stems in ailments. A scab is'often a prob ease. ', "
garden center is the easiest corner. Dreary skies in September ; !
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way to establish plantings and early October will .
holiday ornamental. However, shorten the days, causing plants N f f 'rtp. y 7ra'Y+:Y'>6:44 !::4 I i
some greenthumb operators to set buds and flower before yy NOW! I

scavenge the neighborhood for the holiday season.
'- Earlyweed control with Premerge' !
hardwood cuttings when fellow You'll find that temperatureis

gardeners prune their poinsettias --a' limiting factor for a good ,
following the flowering sea- show of flowers. If tlie night cultivation

son. temperatures are much above 70
Applied to bean, field corn and at I
degrees, bud forming will be 're pea potato crops planting
Such pruned material can be time or before crop emerges, Premerge controls weed and 1
tarded. Freak of hot
rooted. First, punch 'a 1-inch I periods, .. grass seedlings when a wet spring delays or makes cultivation t
diameter hole about 8 inches weather during this critical impossible. You can eliminate several expensive early cultiva I
time may not permit buds to tions give young crops ahead start toward bigger yields. !
deep into moist earth, then insert
form at all. The best flower development ;YY.YL"f Premerge may actually cost less than tillage, and up to 70%
the woody cutting into the is when the night less than other products. and since it kills weeds by contact, ( 1 1
hole and press, the soil firmly temperature ranges from 60 to- -_ you can use it on or near many crops susceptible to 2,4-D. i f
around the base. Be sure to 62 degrees. Trademark of The Dow Chemical Company'SEE 1 !
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Poinsettias can be used as cut I
is,well established. -
cutting flowers the stems are-treated "b The Kilgore Seed Company

There are a number of 'poinsettias to coagulate the milky sap and

to choose from, according reduce wilting. As soon as the ."....yf Division of Asgrow Seed Company
.. to Dr. T. J. Sheehan, orna- flowers are cutj immerse the .A.>..: __ Hastings, Florida

.mental horticulturist with the
Florida Agricultural Experiment

Stations. He says if you desire TUESDAY < ;
I red bract d varieties, propagatesuch ,

plants as fireball, Indianapolis '
,Red, Albert Ecke, oak leafor ;.

Mr. Paul Ecke. You can enjoy TRAILWAYS :

color combinations if you ,

mingle the red plantings with I _
Ecke white or a pink variety.

Poinsettias will grow on a Express Route and Thru Service .

wide range of.soils, includingsand

,. muck, marl, rocky soil
and clay. In spite of ,the wide I
adaptability,.. the plants will.I NEW
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color if you take proper care ,
r of them.
Fertilizer applications is im ; Serving Bunnell and Central Florida Points on '
portant. An application of 1%

pounds of an 8.8.8 fertilizer per I all Schedules in Both Directions -
100V square feet of plant .space "

earlier in'the fall, should now t. .. '.
be producing large colorful "

bracts. The ,plants will need repeat .
applications of plant food <4! I f I

in early spring, again in June -, j .. 4'f
and perhaps during mid-sund} r '
mer if there are heavy rains j r '

For best results, prune poi -r

o settias back in late winter or .
I early spring after blooming is _

over or after the danger of frost .

has passed. Cut them back to .
within 12 to 18 inches of the I

\. ground unless, they have been 1 '

frozen back below this point. I, r 1 M .

You'll find that a compact II r r 1
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plant will furnish more color 1 I u'
than a plant with few un-

branched stalks. To promote a

a riot of colored bracts, prune the I
plants several times during the

growing season. Cut the newgrowth

back after, it is 21 inches

long, leaving four leaves on
each shoot: Be sure to stop the

pruning in early September, be-


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Studying venting exposure of milk to sun-. the guestbook. Mrs. -E. M. Spi-i
light. vey had charge of the decora-
Milk Procedures_ at tions. ;I

There were about 90 guests|
Experiment Stations during the event which was held Call OnUs

+ I The present trend in dairy I :Jf; a2each between 3'and 5 o'clock. i :

i industry technology is toward .
i" the development of sterile milk Continued From Page 4 Miss Janice Burdette from I I

and sterile concentrated _milk, New Smyrna was the guest of :\
according to. a University of OPEN HOUSE RECEPTIONRev. .
Miss Barbara Weaver last week I
Florida dairy specialist. and Mrs. Atlee Stevens end. !tE

I Dr. K. L. Smith, assistant were honored on Sunday afternoon When"YouNeed.. ..
with an Open House Re-
dairy technologist with the Agricultural Mrs. Ann Gardner left last .
ception by the Baptist Churchof !
Experiment Stations,
week for her home in Yonkers,
Flagler Beach at their home,
this would
says N. Y. after visiting here with t
increase the keeping quality of the new pastorium. Rev. Stevens
her sister, ,Mrs. Amy Stratton.
milk up to several months. has just accepted the call as r, '
pastor to this church and they <-..
Milk, as it is presently being are the first, to" occupy the pas- Mrs. :Mabel Ward arrived from I
I' processed and: packaged, has a torium.In Pine City, N. Y. to spend the I :
shelf life of three to seven days. winter with her sister, Mrs.. I
I i Dr. Smith says- sterile milk the receiving line Rev. and Amelia Gilbert. She is planning 1
Mrs. Stevens had with them the
could also be stored without to go to Clearwater during
costly refrigeration and would Mrs. Henry Shill president of holiday to be with her son, Howard -
l' the. WMU, and of the
some Ward.
only need to be cooled just priorto
church deacons. Beautiful and I
consumption.r .GOOD.
I artistic Christmas arrangementswere
Mrs. Era Rae of Daytona
At present, flavor is a big' obstacle "
: \ in this development. Most I placed throughout the Beach spent the weekend here
. house with the punch table with her aunt, Mrs. Gertrude
sterile milk products have a
i placed in the Florida room be- .
slight cooked flavor which is Higgins.
.j ing colorful and attractive. The
objectionable to some people. *
punch bowl was surrounded .
The scientist says lowered Recent visitors with Rev. and
with poinsettia and fern and
counts and slower rate of oxygen Mrs. R. N. Hoover were Mr. and
:the cover was a hand made lace
I utilization, due to improved Mrs. Lee Rooney and family of I
cloth. Red flowers and candles Printing
sanitary procedures have result completed the decorations. Jacksonville. Mrs. Rooney is
i, ed in an increase, in the occur- I their daughter. .
rence of oxidized flavors in milk. I Presiding at ,the punch table
Dr. Smith oxidized flavors Diane Owen went to Na-
says was Judy Stryker and Kirkpatrick
can be prevented by proper I I I Springer; at the cake table was I tional Guard training during I
handling of milk with equip Barbara Weaver and Barbara I the weekend. .
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: The demonstration is put Bunnell High School will attend: !
Rotary Sponsors I onj i
t' by the Florida Farm Bureau of j the demonstration as an educa- [
J Tractor Gainesville, Florida, of which; tional opportunity. All interest.
SafetyDemonstration I George Cappe is safety director. ed persons and employers are- -
The demonstration, will feature, urged to attend. ;

r Mcd : I a number of examples of how I! A special showing is scheduled ..
The Rotary Club of Bunnell injuries can be incurred by care for students of Carver High i t
d will .sponsor Tractor Safety Dem less use of farm equipment; School and farm employees at ;
t tI onstrations today, Thursday, December Tractors will be turned over, upended j 2:30. This showingwill follow I
AUXILIARY I I ROYAL NEIGHBORS 14, at 1:30 and 2:30 P.Mat and dummies will be| immediately behind the first
MEETS TONIGHT I!I CHRISTMAS PARTY the Cobb Warehouse lot on aboard the remotely operated showing. Students from Carver
The Royal Neighbors and U.S. 1 to demonstrate the I
.' The ,Auxiliary to the VFW in Bunnell. equipment High School will arrive for the-
1 Post, 5213 will meet at'8 o'clock their husbands will hold their ,The demonstration is open to dangers incurred by a, 'person second showing about 2:30.
J tonight (Thursday) at the City Chirstmas Dinner Party and the public and will get under operating the equipment. A I
!it Halt gift exchange on December 20. way promptly at 1:30. Rotarians carefully programmed series of At the conclusion of the
Mrs. Clarice Taylor said fol- The party will be at the Wom Homer Brooks and Jimmy Crews, events will be followed with a I luncheon meeting members and
( 'lowing the business meeting an's Club on South Central Ave. assisted by Howard Taylor, are detailed explanation of the dan invited guests will adjourn and
there will be a social meeting in Flagler Beach, beginning at taking the lead in planning and gers demonstrated and the safety go immediately to the Cobb
1 and gift exchange among the!! six o'clock. carrying out this community lessons to be learned.All ,. warehouse site for the first
members. Each member is re .! All members are invited to project demonstration.
boys in grades 7.12 at 1!
1 quested to bring a gift not to II I I attend. After the dinner they ,
exceed the cost of, $1.00. I I will hold a short business meeting
t I t and election of officers.

\ 'Mr. and Mrs. Howard Dodgen I IJ (I Dr. and Mrs. Frank Reynolds I I Remember Dunn's
J of Bunnell announce the arrival arrived this week after spend
I of a son, born December 7th. ing a year and a half in Lima,
He weighed seven pounds and I I Peru. Dr. Reynolds 'was with *

', six ounces and has been given the Federal Government in, their For Your Christmas Shopping Convenience..
the name of Howard, Jr. He foreign farm program there.
was born at the Flagler Clinic i I I'Both Dr. and Mrs. Reynolds are I
1 and Hospital. I former members of the Bunnell
BUCKNER i I II High School faculty. GIFTS
They plan to spend some time
Mr. and Mrs. Eugene Buckerof I I I here with their and .
i parents'of visiting son OF ALL PRICE RANGES IN OUR EXPANDED ,
Bunnell are the ,
daughter in law, Dr. and Mrs.
a six pound six ounce son,
Allen Reynolds and family.
born December 7th at the-Flag- .
ler Clinic ,and Hospital. He has Judge and Mrs. T. K. Mc- ';" "
I been given the name of Jesse]i Knight are leaving Friday for ':" "": "
Eugene, a short visit in Boston Mass., Saleslady To Serve You. ;

I with their son and daughter in t tI
John Jarosz, who was a patient law, Lt. and Mrs. Charles Mc. .
t at the University of Florida Knight and son. I + FREE GIFT WRAPPING +
Teaching Hospital in Gaines.
ville, has returned to his homeat
the: Jarosz apartments on Wil-son DUNN HARDWARE & SUPPLY CO.

Highway One. parents of a son.born November28th I
), i at the Halifax Hospita He I BUNNELL, FLORIDA !
Mrs. Nancy Rodgers and Mrs.: weighed five pounds eleven
Wilda Cobb were in Gainesville, ounces and has been given the
Saturday visiting with Mrs. name of Michael Chester. Thisis
Gales Cone and little son of their third child.
Holly Hill. Mrs. Cone's son is i Mrs. Wilson is the former ( s::: .
a patient in the University of i I Miss Margaret McCraney of ,.
Florida Teaching Hospital., f I Bunnell.Mr. I

Mr. and Mrs. Ed Ward of and Mrs. T. E. Holden left I

Gainesville are spending several Wednesday afternoon to spend : ,
days in Flagler Beach with :Mr. .I the Christmas holidays in Eliza. I '
and Mrs. George Moody, Jr. His bethton, Tenn., with their son inI : t
parents, Mr. and Mrs. J. B. .I law and daughter, Mr. and Mrs.. : I *

1 t Ward also of Gainesville spent j I Julian Caudill. .
Monday and Tuesday here with j ,
them. CARD OF THANKS '...{':,-.
l I would like to express my !j9" 1
Mrs. Stella Layton left Tues thanks and appreciation for the : ;

day.for Lakeland to spend sometime beautiful cards, flowers and _

with her sister who is ill food during my recent illness. /.o.tt-c.......: _Iii_ :
l ,. ....... there. t The many acts of kindness will j ;!!? ,
,long be remembered by me and
CPO and Mrs. Robert French my family. '
and children, Patty Kay, Richard Daisy Buckles.
and Steve are leaving'todayfor
California where they will CARD OF THANKSTo
spend the holidays with rela the many friends of the
tives. They will leave after the'holidays t late Mrs. Geneva Anglin of Es-
I for Guam where :Mr.
panola we are wishing to express ,
; French will be stationed with our thanks to you all
i the U.S. Navy. They have visited through our bereavement.
I here the past three weeks Thank to members of Espanola
,i with and'Mrs.. Walter .
Mr. Knight Baptist Church for cards of
fr and Mr. and :Mrs. Tommy Dur- sympathy, food, flowers, donate .
I ranee. ing cars, and prayers. Also the
Visiting here this week'with friends and neighbors of both '

t Mr. and Mrs. John Jarosz are I Est Bola and Bunnell for their .
t, their sons, Joseph Jarosz of court ;W. service and cards. We
Dearborn, Mich., and Frank Ja- also thank Mrs. Leola Floyd of
St. ,James Baptist Church of
Jarosz recently returned to his
arosz ,recently returned to, his Bunnell for the music. Gifts for This Christmas be a thoughtful giver. If you
home here from the hospital in Also Mr. ,and Mrs. W. E. .: care enough, choose modem, carefree electric
1 Gainesville.Mrs. Knight of Haw Creek, :Mr. and Better LivingElectrically gifts-give better, electrically. Electrical gifts .
Mrs. Eldon Knight of Bunnell, are popular and practical.They keep on giving
Horace Locke and son, and Mr. and Mrs. Patsy -Dur- .- throughout the years.There are marvelous selections
David, of Tampa, visited here ranee of Haw Creek, for .cards, in all prices and for every age and Interest.m. .
during the past weekend with flowers and their service.
Mr. and :Mrs. Walter Knight Signed: Husband and children. mMAw viwiggaiiaaisasaa 1 A.ij. 3f m[
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: :BALDWIN HEX STILL WORKS win 50 and Bunnell 33. Sue! 14251353 AIR GENERAL CONDITIONING SHEET-METAL HEATING Black's Flower Shop

girls" King had 19 points; S. TOwn. "We're Proud of Our Work" I Phone ID 7-3348
; send 7s; B. Weaver 5. The de- l 330 Walker Holly Hill OR 7-6120 { 111 N. Forsythe Bunnell
team which seems to Have the
fensive play of the Bunnell team Miss Bradley shook up her line
I :hex over Bunnell, outscored I I AUTO SERVICE. ,FUEL OILKING'S
was real good as the up and her girls showed her
Bunnell 50 to 33 The Bunnell
I Barbara team, which is good Baldwin'l I that they can really pour it on McDANIEL'S TRUCK STOP
girls with Sue King, '
points a game was a by defeating Taylor 6017. I
Weaver and Sharon Townsend Service Station'I PHILLIPS 66 GAS & OILS
mere 50 points.
ringing the baskets early, run j i Sue King had one of her best STANDARD OIL PRODUCTS J. L. IRVIN Prop.
Good work it !
girls Keep up I
up JL score of 13-11 in the iI I nights and, scored. 21 points. Tires-Batteries-Minor Repairs I LubricationTiresBatteriesFuel

quarter. The half time score'I BULLDOGS HAVE COOL NITE Barbara Weaver had 10, Sheila Bunnell ID 7-7119 Oil, ,Kerosene, Tractor Fuel

i was 26.21 in'favor of Baldwin. I Westbrook 10, Allida Tucker ,8, U.S. 1 N. Bunnell-ID 7.3498

JBunnell G Fm Tp Taylor High with LoU Spencer, and Sharon Townsend 7. The 1 Riddle Gulf Service I I ,
Clinton Newman, and Bill Smelt I I
S. King 6 7 19 defensive play of the guardswas GARDEN SHOPGray's

A. Tucker 0 1 11 scoring 40 points never: gave the rough. They shut but the GASOILLUBRICATIONGULF
Bulldogs a chance to break TIRES & BATTERIES I Center
,S. Westbrook 0 1 open ,Taylor girls in the first and
j' a drive to score. The Bulldogs Open 7 A. 11.-10 P.M.-7 Days .Headquarter far Gardening Need.
B. Weaver 2 1 5 third quarters without a. point. Ceramics Gifts. Dry Arrangement
:S. Townsend 3 1 7 scored one point in the first r Bunnell Fg Ft Pts State & Lambert ITS 1-ID 7-7190 Materials

3VL Steflik 0 0 0 quarter. With one minute in I S. King 10 1 21 I Annuals Shrubbery Fertilizers

the second quarter, Randy Mor 0 Colonial;: Service Station TORO LAWN MOWERS
G. Steflik 0 sO, A. Tucker 4 8
G. Wadsworth 00 01 0I,I: ris hit for the first basket. The S.: Westbrook 5 0 10 EARL E. RICE.' ProprietorGASOILLUBRICATION. I.I I.147 Tomoka Avenue ORMOND-Ph. OR 7-051

:B. Cummins 00 0 Bulldogs hit for only six pointsin H. Eisenbach 1 0 2 I I
L. Revels 0 0 0 the third quarter. This was B. Weaver 5 0 10 MOTOR TUNE-UP HARDWARE
the third win for GOODYEAR TIRES & BATTERIESU.S. I
I It r straight Tay i S. Townsend 3 1 7
t 331 M. Steflik 0 0 0 r
; Baldwin, G' Fm The Bulldogs who had a slow G. Steflik S 00 0 ED'S Exclusively at
I I. 3 1 71 start for basketball will f
: Higginbotham practice L. Windham :: 0 0 0
', P. Grimer 11 5 271'D. ( be a slow starter this season B. Cummins 1 0 2 I ISpecializing i OIL STATION lJt I1J''

Fouraker 6 0 12 i The boys will do better after -- in Wash & Waxing
i I
t. : 'Kilgsee .- 2 0 5 I! the holidays. .29260 I Batteries-Accessories i Flagler Beach HE 9.2103

:P. Smith 0 0 OJ i Bunnell Fg' Fh F Pts J Taylor Fg Ft Pts MINOR REPAIRS 'I

.J. Avery S 0 0 0 i Bratcher 0 3 4 3 E. Crosby 1 0 2 I r.s. Hwy. 1-Dunnell-ID 7-3138 !ii
I I 1 Village Hardwar... Center
:P. Parrish 0 0 0 J. Brown 2 0 3 4 S. Cowart 4 1 9M. BAR AND PACKAGE STOREBAMBOO I
I H. Kuleskl 2 1' 3 5 Sweat 2 0 4 HOUSE PAINTS
22.6 50 Match and mix color
I B. Moody 0 1 ,4 1 P. Ashcraft 0_ 2 2 any
In the second half, Baldwin 1 _X 0 0 BAR & COCKTAIL Builder's Supplies Kitchenware:
I M. McMillan 4 5 5 13 B. Peterson .1" 0
-with Diane Grimer the GIFTS CARDS
finding I P. Knight 0 1 3 1' P. Wilkes "?"" \i 0 0 0 LOUNGE -GREETING
range of the started to *' AlA Ormond Beach CL 2-0420
J. Burnsed 1 0 2 2 T. Cade 0 0 0
ring the bell. Diane hit for 27 I FROM 9 !
R. Morris M. Wood 0 0 0
i 'points and Faye Fouraker for I 4111128j .. SUNDAY FROM 6 P.M. JEWELER
:12.: The game ended with Bald-I .t 7 -3 17 OceanBlvd AlA Flagler Beach I

BRENNAN Jewelers
Diamonds-Diamond Setting
I Fine Jewelry ,and Gifts
i'. ..(. .J.... '-,.: .. rs Cheek this handy list for I Eddie & Mary Shultz. Props. 1 Hamilton, Bulova, Benrus
S 'fn> .
a few if the many wonderful PACKAGE GOODS Watches

.. Jill. Electrical Gifts at your 1
: 1' 9 a. m.-2 a. -Sun. 1 p. m. 2 a.m. Watches -Jewelry-Clocks Repaired
.!! _, Electric AppBaoci Dealer Ocean Blvd-Flakier Beach 60 E. Granada-Ormond-OR 7-5056

\ D Blender

"'.:. ; ':, :lf--:.... '.> O Broiler -., I BAR FOR&FINE GRILL Ormond Bedding and

.:," .. ..f' D Can Opener .
:.:.1,::. Furniture Co.
.. ..:.:,- .r:. :'. f D Clock FOOD .
,'- Substantial Discounts on AllAIDSSOFASFURNITURE
; -_.... : ?'. D Coffee Maker
3 mi. N. of Flagler on AlA J
.: 1. D Deep Fat Fryer $10 Tradein Covers Down PaymentR.

.-: \ ...: '.:',''. n Food Mixer Open 7 A.M.l1P.M.. I S. ROBENBERRY, Owner
I ,. .. t "Y;. ? .
,;..;:' '" _' .' Q Fry Pan ". BUILDING SUPPLIES 60 Granada, Ormond Den. OR 7-6411
5- '-. I i
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-- D Hair Dryer
... : .. ;
J-. D Heating Pad WICKLINE PAINTS __
a line : n Ice Cream Freezer I III
f"ere's s Building Supplies
.' tor.e. n Knife Sharpener I CEMENT CEMENT BLOCKS |I

/. on gifts ." D Floor or Table Lamp II STEEL I I II Points-Finishes

n Paint Sundries
,' Flagler'Beach -Wallpaper
HE 9-2254
Better Living. Q Vacuum Cleaner I -
38 W. Granada Ormond
.. fj Radio.TelevisionorHiIi '
'. S ?;; n Rotisserie I BOTTLE GASHARRIS ORange 7.0761

,, ELECTRICALLY {h O fj Shaver Sandwich Grill I BOTTLE GAS !I ROOFER
I '
i.Ac. n Toaster Manufacturers of
1 :.Y D Waffle Iron Cement Tile RoofingALL
%'' PHONE ID 7.3551 I Ii
Q Electric Blanket or Sheet i TYPES OF ''ROOFINGFast

j, And For That Very Special Gift i Help Flagler County Grow Dependable Service

.. ORange 7-5177 7-1793
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I DAYTONA BEACH i Lunches-Dinners-Sandwiches
\ S :..V t HOLIDAY KECIF-ZS I Quillian's Concrete, Inc. DAILY
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: Phone ID -'n8S Sandwiches and Shakes
,. Sandwiches and Pies
> I 115 N. Bay St. Bunnell I I BREAKFAST ANYTIME

l This ChristmaS be thoughtful giver. Choose modem, care- A of
? : a treasury lip-smacking I DRUG STORES I l Ocean Spray Restaurant

;:- '1' free electric gifts-give better electrically. An electrical gift things to eat from around AlA 1 Mile South of Pier

5 says all the nice things that words cannot expreSs. It keeps on the world .,interesting | Moody's Pharmacy

giving all through the year. There are marvelous selections In dishes from Ireland.!! Used Furniture-Upholstery
j Flagler County's Corner Drug Store
all and for and interest. Turkey.England.France. "-
prices every age
.... Germany and everywhere... .. I PRESCRIPTIONS JOE WELLBORN
and an so easy to prepare | DRUGS-SUNDRIES Furniture
& Upholstery
when fellow these SERVICE
.. .- simple reapes.FREE at GOOD USED ,FURNITURE ,

: : -t/ 1tQ tl1 1. ?f.flJ.t! Bless f ec( L ."cntopplanu dealers.' '. i I BunnelL Fla. Phone ID 73661 New Furniture Bedding Uph.l.terlDTrade.-Mattreas Renovating

ELECTRIC SERVICE 10S4 Flomlgh Holly Hill-CL. 3-2275
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ID 7-3301 DAY ID7-344S NIGHT .. ,'.

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in the face of a multiplicity of burden on the Southerners, who tation,system had collapsed and er to shoulder to rebuild the

r Too Late handicaps to ,take its prideful 0 ,despite their sufferings, man- countless thousands were on the South. I' i

I' place as a growing and prosper-! aged to feed, clothe and care verge of starvation. Whites and No brave and noble "freedom -j;

ous part of this great nation. I for the Negro population.By Blacks alike. riders" ventured South then to I

I To Classify aid the Negro' and protect his ',j
f The South, because of the I 1870 the total value of The Negroes, illiterate, with- civil rights. Such employment I

I I Bv Russell Kay courageous character of its peo farm property in the South had out property had no one to turn
as the Negro secured was pro-
I f, pIe has 'accomplished this mi declined 48 per cent, not a to for help but the Southernerswho vided by his Southern White-
,-EverySoutherner should raculous transformation, withno single bank or insurance company provided them with their
friends. They helped him acquire -
read Senator Olin D. Johnston's help from the outside. On i was solvent, the transpor needs as they struggled should-
land build schools and
article in the current '
splendid I
the conceivable 1-------
contrary, every -- churches, hospitals and orphan- -"
issue of the Reader's Digest handicap was thrown in her

,titled,""The Good, Side of en.1 path by those who sought onlyto IIiSIRE-St y Insured & Rest ,AssuredGET the ages Negro for his was use.concerned As far the as

South. More important, every
exploit her.
North couldn't have cared less..
Northerner should read it twice. There' was no Marshall Plan, .

I Thousands of Northerners, ignorant no foreign aid, no sympathy, THE BEST PROTECTION' FROM In painting outdoor furniture, J.
of the facts aided and I
only .abuse and criticism. No
I oil sealer is
a penetrating tung
abetted by a flock of newspapersand Simon Legree could have been I H. T. COOK AGENCYCitizens often recommended. -
magazine editors, equally more brutal in the treatment of
;.. ignorant or too lazy and' biased the South than were the bitter Bank Bldg. Bunnell Florida
to review their nation's 'historyIn South haters who encouragedthe I

search of Truth, take, joyous carpetbaggers in their evil ---.

pleasure In maligning the South establishment of corrupt govern" r RJR

without mercy.It I ment, looted state treasuries, .
is doubtful that ,anything I imposed confiscatory taxes,I I CRAIG FUNERAL HOMEA. ,

a Southerner can do or say to pledged the credit of the statesto

set the record straight can influence I railroads and 'other corpora H. CRAIG Funeral DirectorJOIN

the thinking of this tions, deprived citizens of their! HARDIN Associate

pitiful breed of jackals, but the rights and robbed them of what

South is deeply Indebted to Sen little' property they had left. : Am LADY OXYGEN Prompt Service- .

ator Johnston for his masterful The North it 'seemed had but] CONDITIONEDCHAPEL I I' EQUIPPED PLACE YOUR ORDER WHIT US

presentatIon of facts that no one ambition, to punish' the I ATTENDANT AMBULANCES

honest, fair-minded: person can South:. They had no,concern for: The Flagler TribunePhone

"ignore. the welfare of the freed slaves, Phone ID 7-3532

The senator points out that did not lift a finger to help I IDlewood 7.3282
84 the South BunnelL Florida
years ago a them, preferring to leave this .

burned out, broken, starving -- -- .

land, ruled by bayonets and .

carpetbaggers, burdened with a
mass of freed slaves who like -

their White neighbors were de. AGiftForYou.

pendent on this barren area for :

their existence.

During the ensuing years, the

t South has virtually pulled itself / '
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" up by its own bootstraps' from When You :

abject poverty and devastation, V '



RUTH REED, Defendant. 4 ; 1 Thxear=

) THE STATE OF FLORIDA, TO: M -- =aT.-y .T -ci=c.r. _i_
Address Unknown '
You are hereby notified that a
J suit has been filed against you In
the above entitled cause; and you "Hospitality"INDIVIDUALLY
are hereby required to file your an- 'E.i. !";= .M ; :
; swer with the Clerk of this Court.
and to serve a copy thereof upon
the plaintiff or plaintiff's attorney,
whose name and address is:
i Maurice Wagner
216 South Palmetto Avenue
Daytona Beach. Florida
" not 1961.later than December 21st. A.D. MONOGRAMMED12ounce

.I If you fall to do so. decree pro
!! confesso will be entered againstyou s .
for the relief demanded in the g- -s _- :
bill of complaint. The nature of Packaged CUSTOM
said being for divorce.
WITNESS my hand and seal of Party Sets "
paid Court this 17th day. of No- _.
vember A.D. 1961. of Six 1 "
Clerk of said Circuit Court
Nov. 23-30 & Dec 1-U-4tc
! Plaintiff Here's How To, Get Yours :
I vs.
! JEAN ELOISE JONES. Visit our lobby and see this beautiful

, NOTICE TO Defendant.DEFEND -. Just open a new account or add to your
. THE STATE OF FLORIDA. TO: Glassware, individually monogrammed, '
JEAN ELOISE JONESco present accou'ritvith $25.00 or more'
T.A.. Vickers
115 Clifton DriveS with your own initial in traditional Old and receive one of these beautiful monogrammed -
1" Roundlake. Illinois ,
p You are hereby notified that
i suit has been filed against you In a English lettering. You'll love your FREE Hospitality Glassware Sets.
I the above entitled cause; and you
j are hereby required to file your an- Good for one time only. %
swer with the Clerk of this Court. Set of "Hospitality" . Glassware : j
and to serve' a copy thereof upon .

the whose plaintiff name or and plaintiffs address attorney Is: at its finest.WEIGHTED I
' Selden Ray Selden Building FREE !

I Daytona Beach. Florida -
not later than December 28th A. D. FOOTING CONTINENTAL
1961. .
If you fail to -do so. decree pro STYLING SPARKLING CRYSTAL CLEAR '
confesso will be entered against
you for the relief demanded in the
" Bill of Complaint. The nature of
said suit being for divorce.
. said Court this 24th day of No- 10TH 1ST
vember A.D. 1961.
(Official Seal) E. A. SMYTHE '
Clerk of said Circuit Court '
l By Julia R. Harvey
Deputy Clerk .\ CURRENT ; ;; '-- .
Nov. 30 & Dec. 7-14-21-4tcSfjr .
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----l I proval 'appears to have been' questioned professional 'ability,j FI1AGLER.BEACH' ,:
granted. He, has' also secured we could not' expect to succeed j EMPLOYES DR. SMITHAS

LETTERS TO ]" top-level advice on other financing or even start, the Flagler Harbor WATER: ENGINEER '

. that affects the Town project.i The Flagler Beach Town Com ,
: such as that needed for a suit- shall welcome the opportunity missioners have employed Dr. !

THE EDITOR... 1 able supply of Town water. The to discuss, this with any in David D. Smith of Gainesvilleas I

I Ii length of time. it will take to j dividual or individuals and, if engineer for the town in ;

--- --- i get all of the various Govern- !I 1'tis desired, give you weekly in a search for a new supplyof

TO' MY FELLOW CITIZENS :h: statements that 'nothinghas ment approvals, cannot be predicted ] or monthly reports going into water.Dr. i
OF FLAGLER BEACH been done since last March.: now; but satisfactory as much detail: as you desire. Smith is preparing to have !
,, The opposite is true. The new I progress is being made and we, From this point on, for all practical test wells drilled in an effort i
" Just before the last election, Mayor and the New Board are doing our full part. purposes, the Town and to find suitable and a plentiful I
1 wrote a personal letter explaining the developers will be' in part-
you for the town.
moved at once to stop and clear, i supply of water
,.. the issues regarding senseless Jt is difficult to understand nership; and, for any partner-
the needless, and cost-
:the development of the town's why those who profess to be in I ship to succeed, there must be !
ly litigation to both the Town RACING FUND TO
favor of suitable
a water
land. This statement may have sup- goodwill and cooperation.
. had something to do with the and the developers. It took un- ply should be opposed and try :Michael W. Murray. COUNTIES IS $36.000 i
, changing of the political atmosphere til July 24, 1961 to have the to'kill the Flagler Harbor proj This week the comptroller's
.. for better court validate the contract on ect which should 1 be the princi- office in Tallahassee has dis- I
the at Flagler CIGARETTE TAX
which the previous Board took pal means* of making a water tributed to Florida's 67 counties .
'Beach. We have
-' now a Mayor FUNDS TO FLAGLER
action to set aside. feasible. It of fund taxes.
Commission supply financially $12,000 racing
and a majority of ,a
," who wish to see the Town de- It was also necessary, beforewe appears now that, with the The following amounts have Each county will thus have I
veloped' and have a plan for the could take title from the! Town securing the professional'been received by municipalities received for this fiscal year the i

same, if they are allowed to own, to clear a serious defect!j services of Dr. David B. Smith I in Flagler county from the cigarette -: total of 36000. '
carry it outI I in the, title and this was nec- of Gainesville, Florida. we tax of 5 cents "a package
essary before we could take a should be able to solve the collected by the state and refunded -I KILIMANJARO '
This second personal reportof suitable deed from the Town. problem provided that he_ can to the towns for the Kilimanjaro, the highest moun-
my ,desire to develop this This had also been stalled from I do it on a professional basis month of October: tain in Africa, rises. 19,340 feet
land in the interests of the about the time of, the previous without interference of any kind Beverly Beach, $74.22; Bun- 1 above sea level. Masai tribes
Town will attempt to bring you election. This was cleared-I by the people he is trying to nell, 1488.96; Flagler Beach, men of Tanganyika call it "

.up to. date with d general state- but at our expense-on Novem I serve. Without this kind of un- ,$537.65; and Marineland, $61.83.!"House of God." '
men Fit, it I. i s a n answer t o -- ---- -
ber 10, 1961. This cleared the
'1 way for taking title by Flagler i

. Harbors, Inc., from the Town.] ...
: This was done on ;Thursday

night, December 7, which now:

clears the way for the other { .
steps which must be taken be-
Itlatlngc under this heading are fore actual building can becomea
3 cents per word each Insertion, practical reality. j
75 cents ia minimum charge. ? r lrzt' :

'LOST-Green tinted ,prescriptioneye At this. meeting it was quite

glasses between Johnson's clear to me, based on previous I

Fish Camp .on Canal and Bun- actions, that the opposition was You've got nine Chevy 11 models to choose -.
'nell. Finder return to Jack Hall, continuing its attempt to both from.This is the Nova 400 Sport Coupe.
:Bunnell. 12-141-tc discredit us and delay progress.The \
whole set-up of delay, longer -'
Luxury and low price were never blended so beautifully
'WANTED Someone to keep wait is one which we are in
; First Baptist Church,. ,
nursery no way responsible for; and, Who but Chevrolet could've done it? Price, spice and everything nice! A car that's
Bunnell, 4 hours on Sundays
from this point on, the speed richness. One that's in convenience and comfort.
only, $1.00 hour. Contact bustin' with room, zoom and deep
per '
which is made will depend I
:Mary Jane Metts, ID 73531. factors One that won't let you squander a thing but affection. Look over the gOj
two : a complete Lff
Dec 14-ltp knowledge the voters of the beautiful new Chevy II Nova here, and light out in it at your dealer's. j

FOR RENT-Unfurnished 2 bedroom I Town of what is happening,

house near school, what is involved and our' de- NEW CHEW H NOVA
'Churches and shopping area. termination to have work pro
'Telephone ID 7-3317 after 5 ceed. It seems to be the tacticsof
the opposition to stall in
P.M. Dec, 14-ltp
every way possible until at or A SIX WITH V8 SCAT.O

Man wanted to supply Rawleigh about the time of the next. election You design a throaty Six "- ;..
Products to consumers in Flag- .with $il : < < '1 y..y.
and then say: "nothinghas (120 hp. strong)
Jer Co. Good time to start. See been done" either by the special refinements like

C. D. Gall, Rt 2, Box 223, Pa. majority of the present Boardor seven main bearings. You ::
'latka, or write Rawleigh, FAK- the developers. take your Six and team it
1360-28, Memphis, Tenn. with b car that is hun- .
Nov 30 & Dec. 14-2tp What we could .have done dreds of pounds lighter ,: "' "y '"

two years ago, we cannot do than the big jobs-and,
FOR RENT-1 bedroom furnished now. There has been a changein partner, 'you've got Go! s
'apartment, $30. ID 73304. State Law making necessarysome

11.16-tf changes in the contract <:J EASIER GOING RIDE. f'f

SEPTIC TANK-cleaning reasonable In all probability, we shall be New Mono-Plate rear springs
rates. George Jarosz phone i required to put in a full sewage take the place of old-fashioned
This item alone is now multi-leaf but Q RICH INTEL
ID 73410. 11-2 to' 4-26-tp system. cf' springs. Tough REFINED
estimated at $500,000 (half a ever, so gentle, they help give RIORS. Here's where you
FOR RENT OR SALE-3 bed- million dollars). There are oth- you a ride that reminds you of sit in the lap of luxury.
. .room house at 'north end of Pal- er items in the contract that are the big Chevrolet-and you Leatherlike vinyl uphol-
imetto, Flagler Beach, on boat neither in the interests of the. know how smooth that is. stery. Foam-cushioned, of

t canals, cool pleasant living, ex- Town or the developers; but, h course. Carpeting and scuff
ceptional value, beautiful in rather than attempt to negotiate mats. Vinyl overhead and
terior and exterior $90.00 per them we have taken titletrustIng chrome trim-the works!

month for September 1 occu- to the good faith of the
:pancy. Contact present renters majority of the Town Commission '> -i ;
t ,or Alexander Lumber Co.,' Day- to work them out in: our IF YOU LIKE. Comfort .
= ttona Beach, Florida. 7-20-TF I mutual Interest. able, contoured for full
\ t y ; ly' support, padded with thick
,Ocean front housekeeping apart. I am happy to be able to tell ,', deep-foam cushioning,
,., ments, 1 And 2 bedrooms com- you that I have secured as a $--- covered in rich leather- '
pete with 'linens and all utilities. partner the services of Mr. _.._ k' grained vinyl. Yours at

i' Sun deck,- fishing, swimming, James H. Ebert with a long rec- #; A M t ,.: slight extra cost in the-
loafing. Day, week or month. ord of success as an official .': :.' yYr .y: .;:oi h 1: '!,yA: :'i. 7.tFy; Nova Sport Coupe and
Sun Sea :Manor, Flagler Beach. with the General Motors Corpor- p 1.4Convertible.. .

r r HE 9.2082 7-6tf ation. He is thoroughly compe-

j.: ..' FOR-RENT-Unfurnished large tent to deal with the engineering M

.' 2-bedroom garage apartment. and financial problems Involved

!"' I Call HE 9.2318, or see Zeke .. He has the courage to .
Chaffee. n-17-tf come into what has been a very
'unhealthy situation for business

,' FOR RENT f urnlsned 2 bedroom ; and I hope you will give \ $' Z'. ;.:, '. --
;k one bath house, Daytona Ave., him your complete cooperationand
Flagler Beach. Completely ren help. I want to make it STRIKING NEW STYLING. Any way you look at it, the
ovated. $65.00 per month. Keys clear that I never said or never Body by Fisher Chevy II Nova is a neat, nifty fashion plate. The lines are
can be picked up at Sullivan's intended to do this job alone; so crisp and clean we're tempted to call them "elegant"
Cult Station. Nov 10-tf but I did expect to obtain or (except that sounds downright expensive and,as your dealerwill
-- happily show you, Chevy II is anything but!).
set up an organization capableof
:-". JOHNSTON'S doing it. This, is now .In Mr.Ebert's .
.J- hands _as.President and
;:- LOTS HOMES OCEAN FRONT, Harbor General Inc.Manager Mr. Ebert of has Flagler al- I See the new Chevy II,'62 Chevrolet and 62 Corvair at. your local authorized Chevrolet dealer's

' f ready been ,.Washington and
, ACREAGE with the able assistance of, Congressman
See us for your real estate needs
. .; Office Phone HE 9-2242 Herlong has made HALL. TUMIN CHEVROLET COMPANYTELEPHONE
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