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Title: The Flagler tribune
Physical Description: Newspaper
Language: English
Publisher: s.n.
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Place of Publication: Bunnell Fla
Creation Date: September 28, 1961
Publication Date: -1981
Frequency: weekly
regular
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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 )
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Dates or Sequential Designation: Began in 1917?
Dates or Sequential Designation: -69th year, no. 36 (Sept. 3, 1981).
General Note: Mrs. M.B. Fuller, editor.
General Note: Description based on: Vol. 43, no. 20 (June 2, 1955).
Funding: Funded by NEH in support of the National Digital Newspaper Project (NDNP), NEH Award Number: PJ-50006-05
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Preceded by: St. Johns tribune
Succeeded by: Palm Coast news
Succeeded by: Flagler/Palm Coast news-tribune

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f VOLUME 49, NO. 38 ,BUNNELL, FLORIDA, THURSDAY; SEPT. 28, 1961 $2.50 A YEAR 1'i


1 Dale Brown Jr. I City Occupational j! Quarterly Meet I City Millage- Rate I I'I Development 1 1I


Named County I Licenses Will BeD Of BusinessmenHeld 'I Is Set At 9 MillsAt I Is I Planned For l

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October a recent meeting of the
First
Tax Collector -I I e Thursday city commission, a tax millageof I I Flagler Beach .
1 City Clerk Nancy Rodgers is I 9 was set for the next fiscal I
reminding those who are operating i year, beginning October 1. '
i ; ,Dale B. Brown, Jr. of Bunnell The quarterly meeting of the Approximately one hundred "
places within the city The valuation of all property I
: I has been named Tax Collector limits of Bunnell that their occupational .1 Bunnell Businessmens Associa- I in the city totals .$3,124,952, City|I acres of marshland was;sold j
of Flagler County, filling' licenses will be due tion Thursday evening was a Clerk Nancy Rodgers said. Of last week to Mr. and Mrs. Clyde 1
} the vacancy caused by the,resignation on October 1st. success with a good representation this amount $856,025 is exempt. Duensing who plans a water- ,'
of Gayle Mercer. The I of the businessmen of the I The non-exempt property to- front development for Flagler

appointment was made b The license fee will be"1 the I county attending, particuraly t I jtal, she said, is $1,628,710. Beach. Sellers of the property
Governor Farris Bryant and 3'1 I same as last year and "you are I I the guests from the Flagler The millage is divided 8 mills i i are Mr. and Mrs. C. G. Varn of f fI
become effective October 13th,I i, urged to purchase your license I I Beach Businessmens Club. I. for operations and 1 mill for I II I St. .Augustine. '
t filling the unexpired term of :r before the first of November in President Allen Reynolds, bond fund.Rotary. '!
Mercer's office. "It |I[ order to avoid penalty," Mrs. read the report of Past President I I I'I I I The property' will be developed
along the lines of Venice
Mr. Brown is a native Flagler i i i Rodgers said. Owen C. Shelton to remind all .
i I ClubContributes Park. All lots will have front- ;
Countian and a veteran 0 f ]
I of the great stride made by the I I
{j World War II. He has been j I club in its two years of exist- 'I age on 80 foot canals. Several .
employed as draftsman in the I College Day For i ence. To pieces of earthmoving equip :
office of County ,:Tax Assessor ,r ment have been purchased and i
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The was an '
D. D. :Moody for ,the past sixteen :i SeniorsParentsAt '. discussion program of the effects open of iJ.' C. Scholarship work is expected to be started ;
a on the project at an early date
J years. He is the son of I, .
economic to be ,
rapid expansion
S 1 Sr. who The Rotary Club of Bunnell the Dunesings said today.Mr. .
Dale B. Brown served
Bunnell
High brought about by the growth of
I received 'a letter of thanks this !I
Clerk ot the Circuit Court ;
t < as i ii here .
and how
industry to. ex- Duensing was a builder in +
i | of Flagler'County for many Bunnell High School will ob- I week from Dr. Roy F. Bergen-I
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pand present and future business I Jacksonville for several
,j years. -I serve ,College:.Day at the-school gren, Jr., president of the Day !I years
\ Mr. Mercer was, appointed']Monday, October 9 from 1:30 to to realize the fullest ad tona Beach Junior College, in later going to Putnam County
vantages. II where he developed a large
f j in February by Gov. Bryant to I 330 P.M. College day is de- I which expressed' his personalI I I
tract of land at Welaka. More
I Program Chairman Charles E. I appreciation for the recent contribution .
Senior students
fill the vacancy caused by the i signed to acquaint '
.4 f retirement of his father, J. Frank \!\I and parents firsthand with I Creal was moderator and ex' of the Rotary Club to I I recently he owned and oper ;
plained a new type of available fund of ated the Duensing Dredging :
1 the student scholarship
j Mercer who had served as Tax College Entrance requirements
: j( money from the Small Business the Junior College. 'I Company. He was contractor
Collector for 28 and procedures.
r years. Gayle I
{ Administration Loans. I The Rotary Club of Bunnell j I for dredging the canals in Venice
; to return to the Insurance t
resigned Representatives" from the following -.I An informal discussion was joined with other civic clubs in i Park and Palm Island, in '
'!i, business. colleges have been invited I also enjoyed with refreshments :( the Flagler-Volusia area to contribute Flagler Beach. I II

I' to be present: University I to help further the themeof the J scholarship funds for the Mr. and Mrs. Duensing reside
of Florida, Florida State University year, to promote harmony purpose'of financing educational I Palm Circle, in Palm Island. ion
i .Masonic Lodge Held I Ii 'I Stetson University, Day- among the business community, I benefits for deserving students II {
tona Beach Junior College, Brigham Dr. Reynolds said. at the junior college.Contributions I
i Special Meeting I I Young University, Lake I were to be I Public Warned
J J.f i Erie College, Lees-McRae College ]!I matched on a 9 to 1 basis by I :
jf I Tuesday Evening I' Bucknell University, and !I r St. Joe Flashes I I the Federal Government through I I
On Game
Wake Forest College. j LawsJoe
.f I The ,Bunnell Masonic Lodge I I the National pefense Education I
,,_. held a, special 'meetingatthej' _While College! Day is_ t Lodge room Tuesday evening. primarilly for college-bound J of the club will become Pierce, area supervisor of i
t )t' The Lodge is in the summer ,recess I Seniors and their parents, all 'i Here Friday Eve ; $500 when matched by Federal I I the Florida Game and Fresh '
of the meetings. This meet- parents are invited. I funds. ,I Water Fish Commission, said today
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f ing was held to hear the proficiency The program will begin at (By Leslie Pache) Dr. Bergengren's letter is I t he has received many com
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s examination of several 1:30 P. M. with a joint meetingof I St. Joe Flashes of St. Augus quoted as follows: "1 wish to I plaints of dogs running deer in
members. students, parents, and repre tine, with a win record of two I thank you and members of your this area during the closed sea
I Following the meeting mem- sentatives. The representativeswill games and a record of 8.1.1in Rotary Club for'your contribution son.Mr.
bers' worked on the finishing then be introduced and i i 1960, will meet the high rank to the student loan fundat Pierce said they are ask
touches of the Lodge room. welcomed. Afterward, group I ing Bulldogs who have run up Daytona Beach Junior Col- ing the cooperation of all sportsmen .
Members have spent many conferences will be scheduled in.i a score of 58 points for two lege. Your help made it pos in this area in carrying gut
hours during the past month various rooms at which time I! games, will meet Friday night sible for us to receive federal the law in this matter.He .
I making repairs, repainting, and.. parents will confer informallywith I I at'8 o'clock. 1 1i I funds to swell the total amount. referred to section 10.08
?: refinishing the walls and_ furn representatives.A I i The Flashes, are led by Dan I I The loan funds will help pertaining to hunting dogs molesting -
iture. brief refreshment and fellowship (I Taylor, 130 pound quarterback. i I many deserving young people I game in closed season.
7 The regular meeting of the I period is planned after He is the key player for the who might not otherwise be able II' The law reads: "Deer dogs may
II': lodge will be resumed in Octo I ward at about 3:15. Flashes. Fullback Rudy Russo, : to afford a college education. I be trained during closed season
ber, it was stated. John A. Cannon, Jr., guidance Vic Provenza, halfback, Joe De- know that this type of for taking deer when such dogs
I counselor, and Mrs. Millie McCoy Grande and Frank Jaguette are I tion is consistent with contribu.1 are constantly attached to a

senior sponsor, planned the all veteran backfield men. .ideals of Rotary and I leash or rope in the hands of .

: Citizens Group Meet II program. I On the line they have an old I ally appreciate deeply this action the trainer. The carrying or use
hand, Jim Woodruff, tackle, 194 by your club." ) of any firearms while trainingdeer
On Building Fall-out LEGAL SECRETARIES i pounds. Guard Ronnie Mickler I dogs is prohibited."
Les Also Mr. Pierce is warning the .
and center, Thomas. public -
: Shelter for SchoolS I It' TO HOLD SEMINARS on end they have James BIas. I Phil Sergant To the law will be enforced by
I, Five seninars for area legal I ingame.St. the Game and Fresh Water Fish
To
t' 4. of interested: citizens I secretaries and associated per- Joe defeated the Bulldogs Speak Rotary Commission officers.
of the County met at the Court- sonnel will begin at the Day- !. last' year 12-6 for their first win Phil Sergant, Vice President of

, house last night to discuss' the, tona Beach Junior. College on,I and first score in 7 years. The I the Crescent City Bank, will be I Skelly Players
possibility of building a. fallout I October 2. I Flashes are tabbed to be the the guest speaker of the Rotary
shelter for the Bunnell School The special series will be led ,sleeper in the conference this I Club of Bunnell at its luncheon Asked To Meet .
it learned. by members of the Daytona
t, was I' season. meeting Thursday (today) at
The group plans to meet with Beach Legal Secretaries Association Coach William Stathus will 12:30 in the Masonic Hall. Veterans of Foreign Wars .
.i an architect to consider plans I If under the direction of Miss try a new defense against the Mr. Sergant is a member of Post 5213 is sponsoring their first

f ,'for' a shelter and also arriveat Wini Borneman, Chairman of Bulldog line. the Rotary Club of Crescent,City Skelly tournament Saturday
: the approximate cost of constructing the Legal Education Committee. See you all at the game. and attended the International morning from '9 to 11:30, Sep
i the shelter, it was I The five seninars to be held PROBABLE LINEUP Convenion of Rotary in Tokyo, tember 30, in front of the Bun-
i stated. : October 2, 9, 16, 23 and 30 will .. Bunnell St. Joe Japan, in April of this year. He nell High School gym. All chi-
deal with duties of the legal Morris, LE BlasingameM. then continued his travels t j dren in the county are invited

i secretary, information sources, Cook LTVoodruff around the world and back to from ages four to fourteen, Par
Beach Methodist Men vocabulary and legal terminology. Polk LG. Mickler the United States through Eu I ents are urged to bring their ,
Also included in the seriesare Hosford C Thomas rope. children. .
I Starts Drive On Old sessions on the County; Knight RG McCormick* Homer Bentley, program chair- The game of Skelly is played
Judge's Court, duties of the Canakaris RT J. Russo man, will introduce Mr. Sergant with bottle caps and is a very
Papers Magazines I Judge's: secretary or a Clerk real McMillan RE Crichlow Clifford McGriff and Rev. Jim !. interesting. It is not a rough ..
estate and title examination, Moody QB Taylor 'Taylor of Hastings were guests) game. The game requires little
The Flagler Beach Methodist foreclosure suits and the small Burnsed LBH Jaguette I of the club last week. skill and can .be fun.
Men are starting a drive for old claims court. Still' other sessions H. Kuleski RHB DeGrande School supplies, donated by
newspapers magazines and will cover the duties of the Sheffield FB. R. Russo :FRIENDLY CLASS merchants of Bunnell, will be
t i.. cardboard boxes. They are ask Clerk of the Circuit Court and BULLDOGS :VS. ST. JOE 1 given as prizes. Also Coca-Cola,
ing everyone who will save these I divorce proceedings. Bunnell St. Joe :SPONSORS BUFFET ice cream and bubble gum for
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for them and will call c.. B. Hull, The' special classes willl meet 1954 0 "" 0 SUPPER TUESDAYThe all children.
-I at HE 9.2289, truck will pick in ,the .science building -with 1955 46., '..v 0 I r ,Friendly Class of the Bun- Post Quartermaster Russell

1 them up Saturday. : .morning, registration set for 7.'P.,M., Oc- 1956 'J "",,7.M' ... ':.,0 ,nell Methodist Church is sponsoring Improta and Chaplain Leslie
I October .14.Money tober 2. r '1957 .*.*i2 & : *': JO a buffet supper at the Pache will play the first gameto
i received from this drive A $3 registration fee is the 1958 -4.12 : .0 I church Tuesday,' October2nd. j give the children an idea of
'4 will be ,appliedto the :building I onjy' charge for the five' I 1959 .*..6:0.: i! The class will begin sery. j 3 5J Q' lame. So let's go, boys &ndgirL
fund of ,'the Church, it was nars.. Advance. semlj' :1960 .-. -1-*a&6t: "', 12 I i at 5:30.and-' continue until (:30,t ;..rfc Bring your cola' caps and

stated. I. _' "*. .,: available? at 'Clinton -14J l'____ __. L..M.._5L.89_. _. '''''_, 'members of the class said today.1 let's have fun. ::r.IIIJD:

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\ J t.: ; : PAGE TWO THE FLAGLER TRIBUNE, BUNNELL, FLORIDA Thursday, Sept. 28, 1961

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I \. I CONSERVATION By Tilman W. Robinson NEWS r AREA BUSINESS DIRECTORY 1 1AIR | I


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I j The Soil Conservation Serviceis CONDITIONING-HEATING i:FLORIST

( responsible for the technical "
E Whatever The Occasion
AIRCONDITIONING
phases of the new ditch clean- FLORIDA

" "y I ing practices, which the Agricultural CO. -,5ay It With Flowers

' By Leslie Pacha Conservation Program Of Daytona. Inc. from
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I has recently added for cost-share 'I AIR CONDITIONING-HEATING I Black's Flower Shop
Hts 0 2 000 7 52 GENERAL SHEET METAL
Keystone
BULLDOGS WIN
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payments. This an excellentopportunity I Phone ID 7-3348
BY EXTRA POINT I Pierson 01 000 0 42 for farmers to "clean I "We're Proud of Our Work"33C
.* I Walker Holly Hill. OR 7-6120 111 N. Forsythe Bunnell
scored i Games Week of Sept. 29 out" those sluggish 'ditches and I
The Bunnell Bullodgs
on an 8 yard passfrom Jerry Bunnell vs. St. Joseph: I several applications for this II(I AUTO SERVICEMCDANIEL'S FUEL OILKING'S

I Burnsed to Harry Kuleski and Callahan vs. Pierson practice have already been received -
I TRUCK STOP
from farmers in
,Mike McMillan passed to H. Ku- Keystone Heights vs. HastingsD Flagler
PHILLIPS 66' GAS & OILS
County. Service Station
1 leski for the extra,point to make & B vs. Crescent City

: ,it 70. The touchdown took six Baldwin vs. Father Lopez STANDARD OIL PRODUCTS ]. L. IRWIN. Prop.
LubricationTiresBatteriesFuel
plays. with Kuleski making a Raymon Tucker and Alfred Tires-Batteries-Minor Repairs
.1 Oil, Kerosene, Tractor FuelU.
i 45 yard run and Jerry Burnsedan Tucker have been nominated to Bunnell ID 7-7119
Moe
Little
made Prep Picking by .S. 1 N. Bunnell ID 7.3678
18 yard run. Bunnell serve another four-year term as

., a total of 105 yards rushing in Bunnell 26-St. Joe 0 supervisors on the Flagler Soil Biddle Gulf' ServiceGASOIItLUBRICATION "

the first quater. Callahan '51-Pierson 0 Conservation District Board of GARDEN SHOP

Two penalties held back the Baldwin 20-Father Lopez 19 Supervisors. Each will be up GULF TIRES & BATTERIESOpen I Gray's Garden Center

score Orange Park with Scott, Keystone Heights Hastings 45 for re-election on October 17th. 7 A.M.-IO P.M.-7 Days .'Headquarter for Gardening Need

Berry, Goodson carrying the ball D & B Crescent City 38 Other members of the board are: i,Ceramics. Gifts Dry Arrangement
State&Lambert US 1-ID 7-7190 Materials
was held to 46 yard with Cook, R. W. Deen, Jr., A. B. Johnston, i I Annuals Shrubbery Fertilizers

Polk; and MacMillan, E. Kuelski I I LEHIGH MEN'S and W. W. Deen.. Colonial Service Station TORO LAWN MOWERS

I playing outstanding defensiveball. I, Team W L EARL E. RICE. ProprietorGASOILLUBRICATION 147 Tomoka Avenue-Ph. OR 7-051'
The quarter ended with Truck Shop 11 5 ORMOND I
Park 0. Subscribe to The Flagier Tribune I
Bunnell 7 and Orange
Tropical Mustangs 11 5 MOTOR TUNE-UP HARDWARE

Second quarter-Scott, Good- Maintenance 10 6 52.50 A Year In Advance GOODYEAR TIRES & BATTERIES I'

I son, Berry in this quarter ran Fishermans Inn 9 7. U.S. HIWAY 1 BUNNELL IED'S THAT FAMOUS PAINT

into brick wall. Cook, Polk I
a Office 9 7
; Exclusively at
; Canakaris, Robertson, MacMillan Electricians 9 7 PAL PARKER'S. INC. ,, I

\ and our fine defensive backfield Foremen 7 9 Automotive Specialty Center PURE OIL STATION :==?; !I FLAGLER BEACHHARDWARE
a
t man Eric Kuleski who Tropical Rangers 5% 11 Z BRAKE! RELINED $15.05 Specializing in Wash & Waxing 1W111'

; d made some fine shoe string Mill 4 12 PARTS AND LABOR Batteries-Accessories i
\ FORDCIIEVROLETPLYMONTHOTHERS Flagler Beach HE 9-2103
tackles. These boys held Orange $10.05 :MINOR REPAIRS :I Ii

\ q Park and also pushed them back Team WL 540 Mason Ave. Daytona u.s. Hwy. 1-Dunnell-ID 7-3138 .

l for a 3 yard loss. The Bulldogs Tropical :Mustangs 3 1 I I I Village Hardware Center

picked up 68 yards with H. Ku. Fishermans Inn 1 3 BAR AND PACKAGE STOREBAMBOO .1 HOUSE PAINTS

4 leski and Sheffield lugging the Truck Shop 3 1 THE OUTBOARDER Match and mix any color

ball. Two fumbles prevented Maintenance ,1 3 Builder's Supplies Kitchenware
Authorized Evinrude Dealer BAR & COCKTAIL III+
two touchdowns. The half end GIFTS GREETING CARDS
f Electricians 4 0 BOATS ACCESSORIES REPAIRS LOUNGE -
ed with Bunnell 7 and Orange I Beach CL 2-0420
Nomads 0 4 SATURDAY AlA Ormond
Dockage Storage Tree Ramp DANCING FRIDAY & I
Park 0.Third. Foremen 3 1 WE FINANCE FROM 9 t

quarter-Orange Park Tropical Rangers 1 3 I 825 Ballough RdDaytonaFREE SUNDAY FROM 6 P.M. I JEWELER

came out strong in this quarter Ocean Blvd AlA Flagler Beach
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r with Berry, Scott, Goodson and High game-Peter Dzioba .228 PAINT BRENNAN Jewelers

( Powers. E. Powers with good interference High series-Pete Dzioba 628 I I MILLAND BAR AND Diamonds-Diamond Setting
for < touchdown One extra gallon of your choice COCKTAIL LOUNGE
I ran a F .Skolar, 3 game series 553 I Fine Jewelry and Gifts

which carried for 52 yards. The L. Drazba 3 game series 580R. I with each gallon you buy I Eddie & Mary Shultz. Props. Hamilton, Bulova, Benrus

y point after touchdown was Kendall 3 game series 537 I Mary Carter Paint Store PACKAGE GOODS : Watches

fumbled making the score 76. M.: Hull 3 game series 507 t Also West sate 5hoopInK Center 9 a. m.-2 a. -Sun.. 1 p. m. 2 a. m'l I Watches -Jewelry-Clocks Repaired
The Bulldogs with Sheffield I __ Ocean Ulvd-Flakier Death 60 E. Granada-Ormond-OR 7-5056
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and H. Kuleski carrying the ball IN Tin CIRCUIT COURT OF i
:KL.AGL.KR COUNTY FLORIDA RCA VICTOR BETH'S SEASIDE I II FURNITURE
picked up 80 yards. Jerry Burn IX CHANCERY NO. 4340
MARY CASSIDY. II LIVING COLOR TV BAR & GRILL i
sed fleet little halfback could Plaintiff, Ormond Bedding and
"LOOK FOR TilE PICTURE I FOR FINEPOOD
not shake himself loose for "so
any FRANKLIN CASSIDY. IN TilE.'VIN DO'V" I Furniture Co.
The third I Southern Radio .
big gains. quarter Defendant. & Television Substantial Discounts on All

ended Bunnell 7; Orange Park 6. THE STATE NOTICE OF TO FLORIDA.DEPEND TO: I 226 E. Granada ORMOND-Ph. OR 7-2001 3 mi. N. of Flagler on AlA, i I BEDSSOFASFURNITURESill Tradein Covers Down PaymentR.

; Last quarter-Jerry Burnsed, Franklin Cassidy 7 M.-ll P.M.
292 New Brunswick Avenue I I Open I S. ROBENBERRY, Owner

1'' Harry Kuleski started to click in You Matawan.""-are hereby N. X.notified that I........................................'.%........ 39 Granada, Ormond Deb. Olt8.111
a BUILDING SUPPLIES
this quarter. Jerry hit Harry for suit has been filed against you in I.: O. F. ALFORD J I i -
'i -S a 30 yard pass, but two penalties the 'above entitled cause; and you I
are hereby required to file'your answer Registered WICKLINE PAINTS
{ put the Bulldown to the 12 with the Clerk of this Court. I 'I

F \ yard line. Jerry Burnsed who is and the plaintiff to serve or a plaintiff's copy thereof attorney upon 1 I 1 Real Estate Broker Building Supplies JERRY'S PAINT MART

I; Mr. Left took off an ran 88 i whose Ray name Selden and address Is: I' CEMENT CEMENT BLOCKS I PITTSBURGHPaintsFinishes

; yards for a touchdown. The play I Selden BuildingDaytona I Bunnell. Florida STEEL !

called back for backfield in Beach Floridanot
was later than. October 27th A. D. Paint Sundries-Wallpaper
motion. 1961./ llagier Beach HE 9.2254
If you fail to do so. decree pro ORMOND PRESCRIPTIONPHARMACY 38 W. Granada-Ormond
Berry, Goodson and Powers confesso will be entered against
with you for the relief demanded in the I BOTTLE GASHARRIS I ORange 7.0761
put on some powers sec- bill of complaint. The nature of Sick Room Supplies-Sundrles ,
onds left. Powers went through said suit being for divorce.
WITNESS mv hand and seal of HOSPITAL SUPPLIES I BOTTLE GAS I, ROOFER
the center for 60 yards, and said Court this 21st day of September 24-Hour Prescription Service BOTTLE or BULK +!
t fumbled on the goal line with A. D 1961. EDGEMON I ROOFING CO.
(Official Seal Free Delivery in Flagler Beach FLAGLER COUNTY'S ONLY Manufacturers: of
SMYTHEClerk Rt. AlA 1 ml. North of
Bunnell recovering. The game E. A.
of said Circuit Court ORMOND BEACH-Tel. OR '7-1661 HOME OWNED GAS COMPANY Cement Tile RoofingALL
ended-Bunnell 7 and Orange Sept. 28 & Oct. 5-1-19-41c PHONE ID 7.3551
Park 6.Bunnell. TYPES 'OF ROOFINGFast
IV Till: CIRCUIT COURT. !EVEV- Help Flagler: County Grow 'Service
i 7 0 0 0 XTII JUDICIAL. CIRCUIT. IX AXD .1' Dependable
FOR FLAGLER COUNTY. FLORIDA By Shopping at Home HWY. 1 N. ORMOND
Orange Park 0 0 6 0 4342, IX CIIAXCERY. CASE XO. I Community l ORange 75177. 7.1793

The Record- NELL B. Memorial ChurchInterdenominational CONCRETE PRODUCTS
Orange Park Bunnell WEBSTER.Plaintiff..
RESTAURANT
9 First Downs 8 JOHN D. -\.s- Your "Q" For Concrete I I'I I

223 Yards Rushing 257 WEBSTER.Defendant.DIVORCE AIR CONDITIONED Dial CL 3-8113 SUE-Z-Q RESTAURANT

+; 1-5 Passing .3.7 NOTICE TO APPEAR Daytona Ave. I'I DAYTONA BEACHQuillian's LunchesDinnersSandwichesOPEN
THE STATE OF FLORIDA TO:
IS 14 Yards passing 40 JOHN D. WEBSTER FLAGLER BEACH 24 HOURS DAILY
6.30 Puritan Cafe Concrete Inc.
Punting 6.33 ,
2nd and Market Sts. Sunday School 10:00 A.:M'. 152 W Granada-Ormond Beach
3 Fumbles lost 3 North Carolina
YOU Wilminetpn.ARE HEREBY NOTIFIEDthat Church Service 11:00 A.Me I CLEANERS Open 6 Mll P.M. at .
20 Yard Penalized 80
a suit for divorce has been I
-.- tiled against you in the above entitled R.V.. DICKERT. Pastor I 146 S. Atlantic-Ormond
cause and you are hereby BUNNELL CLEANERSWE
t SL John River required to serve upon PlaintiffsAttorney EVERYONE WELCOME I I
whose. name and address --- u. GIVE TV STAMPS RIGHT ON THE BEACHShrimpSteak.Chops.Ch1cken
Conference Standings appear hereon your written defense A -
\'IL c' pt o.pt If any. to the Bill of Com- I Open Dally S to 6
plaint in said suit. on or before Sandwiches and Shakes
Bunnell 2 0 1000 64 13 the 27th of 1961 Phone ID 7-3188
day October. : else
decree confesso will. be entered wJr! TlaBlrr Wribnur Sandwiches and Pies
Hastings 2 0 1000 47 0 against pro you.WITNESS. I 115 N. Bay St Bunnell BREAKFAST ANY TIME
Callahan 2 0 1000 47 .13 my hand and seal of
said Court. this 21st day of September BCNTTELL. FLORIDA DRUG STORES Ocean Spray RestaurantA1A
Crescent C 1 1 500 49 57. 1961.
E. A. SMYTHE 1 Mile South of Pier
(SEAL)
f S1. Joseph 1 1 500 25 21 I Clerk of said CourtW MRS. M. B. FULLER;; EdItor' I Moody's Pharmacy
Baldwin 1 1 500 41 34 L., WADSWORTHP.O. Used Furniture-Upholstery
Box 396
Corner Store
I Flagler County's Drug
.. Father Lopez 1 1 500 40 8 Bunnell. Florida *
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I Plaintiff. Declcaated OfleUI Pa:Ueau. WELLBORN
D & B 0 2 000 19 74 Attornev for PRESCRIPTIONS JOE
Sept. 28 & Oct. 5-U-I9-ttc
for PabUe>> Hotiee of Flakier
.. I DRUGS SUNDRIES
---- Furniture & Upholstery
Cooaty Maaleloalittea ta.>.la
FOUNTAIN SERVICE
TRIP SURANCEGo GOOD USED FURNITURE
acid the State at Florida
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one devotee of rocking '"took valids. I backs in elaborately curved'fI chairs. One model was called
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I Rocking Chair Is the functional process of sitting I "Sit Ye. Rock and Think" frames. The same style still is'I'the Rip Van Winkle; the motto
I I down,and made it a pleasure." More popular with genteel I being made. j. "SIt Ye, Rock and Think" was .
Now Seat of MightyPresident Victorian ladies, however, were Through the years, rocking I i i carved into the headpiece of
John F., Kennedy'sfavorite Rockers soon became domestic Michael .Thomet's bentwood I chair, enthusiasts have found relaxation many. Such leisure now has. '
chair is "the outstanding institutions--fixtures in the rockers with cane seats and -and meditation in their j I II medical sanction.
I kitchen, the nursery, and, later,
invention of our'age" In
on the front porch. .r
furniture.At .- ,

least that is the exaltedopinion many Yankee variations ingenuity on the devised basic VEGETABLE GROWERS! -

of the humble rocking theme. Franklin himself em-
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chair expressed by Walter bellished his design with a wide
Hough, a Smithsonian Institu- I arm for reading and writing.
VE G.ADI X
tion ethnologist who has madea I and a fan which was powered
stqdy of'seatlng devices from by the rocking motion. P5'CAN
- ancient to modern times.A I The Boston rocker with its t
standard encyclopedia of high spoked back, curved seat, KEEP
1 furniture, however, rather pa- I and floral trim was so popular ,
: ronizingly calls the rocking chair that it was called "the chair : WEEDS ',-
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"fundamentally rustic or inele I I that rocks the nation." It still

;r"" gant. I is a favorite. I OUT ,OF YOUR CABBAGE -
Outsanding or inelegant, the II A famed chair manufacturer,
rocking chair has been associated I I Lambert Hitchcock of Connecti
Kills the grassy annuals and many broadleafs as they sprout
with many famous Ameri- I cut, made a "Mammy Rocker,"
cans, the National Geographic| a two-seater with a detachable Last year, growers from coast to coast proved they cut hand ,
Society says. cradle at one end. weeding labor costs$20 to$90 per-acre by spraying VEGADEXas
Burr Courted in Rocker One inventor created an elab- they planted.Treat your overall field, or row treat. LEAVE .
.. Benjamin Franklin is credited orate rocking chair designed to an untreated patch and SEE the difference. .
with inventing the, rocking chair,I "employ the hitherto wasted' fe Increased demand has led to big volume production-and .
Aaron Burr courted an Indian male power to oscillate the lowered costs. ..
princess in a two-seater, and cradle and to vibrate at the
This saving is passed on to Now, can VEGA-
you. you spray
Lincoln was assasinated while same time the dasher of the
DEX at a lower cost and eliminate practically all hand weeding
sitting in a rocker. Contrary to churn. A chair with wagon
a labor costs.One gallon treats about 1 acre overall; 2 to 4 acres
popular belief, though, Whistlel's springs between rockers and
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of row treatment. Come in-let*us give you the facts that will
mother did not sit for her seat enjoyed brief favor.
t portrait in a rocking chair. r Peter Cooper started a lasting save you money. _
< Rockers have been used on trend in 1830 when he built a
cradles since the Middle ages,r rocking chair with a frame of M99 L THE KILGORE SEED COMPANY
|1 but it took that indefatigable bent metal. Later, a Dr. Calvert
f gageteer Franklin to fasten introduced rocking chairs made I 1 ons Division of Asgrow Seed Company
11: curved pieces of wood to chair j I from bent steel strips, which he I .
f legs. This simple act occurred I sold as Digestive Chairs, recommended i CHEMICALS FARM Hastings, FloridaStokely's
\ about 1762, and. according to I for ladies and in- I

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The wedding of Miss Cathy
I I PRICES GOOD Thurs.-Fri.-Sat. Sept. 28-29-30, 1961
Galloway to Mr. Roger Gunteris The Flagler Beach Baptist
to be at St. Stephens Catholic I.Church is holding Cottage Prayer
.Church in Bunnell on Sunday,I meetings'night this week in Chase & Sanborn
October 1, at 3 P. M. Invitations I preperation for the revival beginning
have been sent and friends of I Sunday, October 1.
the couple are invited to the
Rev. Major Arrowood will arrive
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, wedding.Out" I during the weekend from I lb.

of town guests arriving I Bristol, Va., to connduct the re-I COFFEE
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this week at the home of the}vival which will run one \ ;|
bride's brother and sister in law, Gene Blalock from Calvary Bap.I ii
can
Mr. and Mrs. Tom Galloway,j' tist Church in St. Augustine has
have been their mother, Mrs. agreed to lead the singing, plan i
George Galloway from Wapak- special music and also bring a
oneta, Ohio, and the bride's sister quartet down one night during I I Henderson's Superfine
Capt. Marie Galloway, stationed the week I
. at Brooks Medical Center II I
I The services this week have 5lb.
in Fort Sam Houston. Texas, J
with the U.S. Army Nurses;I been atthe pastorium on
I II day night, at the home 1\lon.1
Corps. I and Mrs. William Babbitt SUGAR 29
II I Tuesday, combined with weekly I
bag
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prayer service at the church
Frank Boilings-
Mr. and Mrs.
Wednesday, at the home of Mr.
Hamilton, Ontario,
from
worth
and Mrs. A. O. Brantley Thurs
Canada, are spending this week day evening and at the home of \
here visiting with her brother. Mr. and Mrs. Robert Rumill on I
in-law and sister, Mr. and Mrs.V. .
W. Haines. Friday.A I. Giant (

I campaign has been started ,
by the church choir to raise 49j
Fred of j FAB
Mr. and Mrs. Bowling necessary funds to buy Baptist I
Nashville, Tenn., spent last week|Hymnals for the congregation. j pkg
end here as house guests,of her I A bake sale near the Flagler, Size
brother and sister-in-law, Mr.i Beach post office has been f
and Mrs. Clarence Duncan.Mr. I
for
I planned next Saturday morn
ing for this purpose. A few'I LIMIT ONE OF EACH WITH $7.00 OR MORE
and Mrs. A. O. Bradley hymnals have been donated so .--
were weekend visitors in Dun- I far but quite a number are still r
nellon. needed. Choir Director Judson'I New Energy j 46 oz. Shurfine GRAPEFRUIT '

Stryker is attending the University
Mr. and Mrs. Bobby McCort of Florida in Gainesville' BLEACHqt. JUICE
and family from Jacksonvillewere during the week but he returns I II
here Sunday at the homeof home each weekend. Choir rep
his mother, Mrs. Raymond I hearsal is held at .
on Saturday cans 00
Smith. 'I 7:30 P. M. 1 OI 4 $1|
I I I I for
Mrs: E. V. Taylor and Mrs.I Rev. and Mrs. R. N. Hoover
Inez Cre'nshaw are spending this returned home Friday after taking I I BARTLETT !! Holsum PEACHPreserves


have week Mr. gone in and:Miami.to Mrs.,South K. Florida N. Givens on\i I I'Jacksonville Mr.a and trip to Mrs.spent Nassau Myles the last Meeks weekend week.of Pears 3 Cf g $1 00 I!II I l 2jab;:;>49I


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a fishing trip this week.
I here in their cottage. 2112 Showboat PORK & I I 303 Shurfine FRUITcocktail

Mr. and Mrs. Raymond Smith I and Lonzo Davis I!
Dewey arrived *
and sons made a trip last week I Tuesday from Moravian Beans 2 for 35 23
can
to Cypress Gardens and were I Falls, N. C. for several days.
sightseeing for two days. -
I Shurfresh 303 can Ro-Tel CUT
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three Arriving weeks last here week with to spend her I BUNNELL HIGH Biscuits 3 25* BeetS 10*

mother, Mrs. Myrtle Streeter,I Senior Class NewsBy for can !
were Mr. and Mrs. Elmer Butler

from Detroit, Michigan. ( Susan Wadsworth) Master Premium 60 count SOFLINNapkins 1

Friends of Ed Schatz, son of The Senior'Class will sponsora *
Mr. and Mrs. Robert Schatz, will dance and a pastry stand this I Beer 6 Pak 99 Pkg 10* i

be glad to learn that he has improved week. ,
sufficiently to return to I The dance will be at the Civic I J
hi s home this week after a i Center after the St. Joseph-Bun-
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month's illness at the Flagler!I nell football game Friday NightA QUALITY
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Clinic and Hospital in Bunnell. small admission charge will -
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i I I be made and popular records of jl Grad-"A" Beef CHUCKROASL I Grade "A" Beef CHUCKSTEAK I

Mr. and Mrs. Hugh Arnold two and three years ago will .
and family are entertaining her I'I be played. 49 59*
parents, Mr. and 1frs.VllUam The pastry stand will be held lb.. ,. lb. j
F. Glen, from Jamestown, R. I. at the Gym for the students on ___
this month. Wednesday. Slices of cake and Try Our PURE PORKSausage Palm River SLICEDBACON
cookies will be sold during activity -
period at the Gym. .
I iElectricContracting' 30 Year Experience lb.49C >b. 55.

I' THE BOOK NOOKThe I -
I Service Calls II ,
I Tender Baby BEEF 12 oz. Copeland's ,

Phone!LA GLER HEmlock BEACH 9-2321 i'!' High School Library has Club elected of Bunnell its officers I *
11 LIVER 49 Franks 39
for the year. Serving this ib Pkg !
year are: President, Lynn Orem; .
TV SERVICEALL Vice-President, Jamesene Daw- !1,
son; Secretary, Susan Wads
MAKES worth; Treasurer, Helen Min- i FROZEN FOODS PRODUCE I

Agent For chew; and Parlimentarian, David ..
Cook. Mrs. Cannon is advisor 12 oz. Birds Eye'r. 4 lb. bag All Purpose
RCA & PHIL CO for the group. -
The bulletin board SPINACH
theme for 2 for 39C APPLESV390 !
TUBES & ANTENNAS SOLD the week was "Are Books Pass .
AND INSTALLED I I ing You By?" An old English 10 oz. Booth's Breaded New Canadian t
sailing vessel loaded with books,
TUBES TESTED FREE I I

patched titles sails, and were a full indicatingbook cargo. I SHRIMP ,.s. 490 RUTABAGAS .?,. Se )

TVBob'FLAGLER This was done by Faye Edmon.I Sara Lee APPLE 'N Yellow CookingONIONS
son and Lynn Orem. -

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PHONE HE 9-2204 also voted on joining the State ,
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I MRS. JOHN CLEGG I bers. Mrs. Thomas Pinner and: PROMOTION PARTY

I WMU INSTALLED PRESIDENT AS I Mrs. H. V. Peavy presided at the| HELD AT FIRST .
, tea table. Mrs. Clegg having BAPTIST CHURCHA
Mrs. John A. Clegg was installed ) completed one year as president;
promotion party was en-
president of the First I was presented a pair of silver:
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joyed Friday afternoon the
I Baptist Church Woman's Missionary I candle holders as a token of appreciation :;
II JLOCAL. I First Baptist Church of Bunnellby
I ? Union by Mrs, David J for service and lead-
I the beginners Sunday School
Hilsenbeck at a combined circle;ership. j I Class. .
meeting Wednesday afternoon. |
.- .... CLUB ELECTS JUNIOR CLASS I'I' Also installed were: Mrs. Hat- I i Refreshments were served by
V ..BETA
I Earl Witzleb
j Mr.and Mrs. the teachers, Mrs. Dallas Gordon
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NEW- 'OFFICERS I COMPLETESMAGAZINE tie King, vice president; Mrs. | have returned to their home in t and Mrs. Clarice Taylor. They .
The Beta Club of Bunnell'High j DRIVE I J. B. Matherly, secretary-treasurer '
Pa. after
i McKeesport, visiting.were assisted by Mrs. Geneva
School met during activity The V Junior Class of. Bunnell ; Mrs. Russell Improta, proI I here three weeks with his moth- I Solomon and Mrs. Myra Wads-
period Tuesday to elect officersfor gram chairman; Mrs. O. F. lt t
High School completed its mag- er and sister, Mrs. J. C. Hilder- J I worth.
196162. Mary Susan Bran- azine drive Wednesday, Class _ford, stewardship chairman; J brandt, and Mrs. William Harr.
Those promoted to the pri-
elected Mrs. L. S. Sheffield
nam was president. prayer I
Janice Lovelace, said
Reporter class Pam White,
Other,officers elected were: Susan chairman; Mrs. Ernest Taylor,I mary were:
1 Wadsworth, secretary; Connie today. ] community missions chairman; Mr. and Mrs. J. C. Rodgers had Cherry Wadsworth, Jackie Murray -
Shields, treasurer; Boyd Rob- She said total collections]i Mrs. Julia Dashoff, publications!i as their guests several days last||I' Vivian Arnold, Lee Ann
; Wednesday morning amounted, f week her brother and sister' in!I Dozier, Juanita Kersey, David
ertson, reported. I chairman; Mrs. A. A. Wells, chil- t i
1 Another meeting is scheduled t to $1,093.00 with several more dren's home chairman; Mrs. j law, Mr.and Mrs. Earl Ambrose,i j j i Solomon, Wayne Weatherington,
for October 3rd during which members of the class to still Ethel McMillan, publicity; and of Lexington, Ky. They also i Talbert Wimberly, and Robbin I{
plans will be made for Install- make their report. The drive Mrs. H. V. Peavy, social. I I visited in Daytona Beach and Parish. I
ing new members of the club. has gone over last year's drive, Circle chairman are: Mrs. I Fort Lauderdale with relatives. j I

Faculty sponsors this year are I Janice said. I H. Church, JoAnn Parham L.I II I CARD OF THANKS
Cliff McGriff and :Mrs. Bo Man- [, cle; Mrs. L. L. Harris, Sr., Jane I r
uel. I It I I I I Mr. and Mrs. Sam Heywood j[ Hill Circle; Mrs. Stella Dayton,i I. Mrs. James L. Taylor of St. 1 1 I With deepest gratitude we extend --
t I left last week for Davenport, j I Minnie Brown Circle; Mrs. Tom Augustine visited here Tuesday this word of thanks for the
BUNNELL P.-T. A. I Iowa. He plans to enter college j Haynes I I Jan Murray Circle. afternoon with friends. I many kind acts of sympathy
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NEEDS WORKERSThe there to become a Chiropractor. I i Youth leaders installed are: i I expressed by thoughtful friends
Bunnell Parent-Teacher i I |Sunbeam director, Mrs. T. H. : Recent guests of Mr. and Mrs. I during our recent bereavement.
Association needs workers, reported -j Guests of Mr. and Mrs. F. H. I Wadsworth; Sunbeam workers, j i Louis Trad were their son in| These kindnesses have meant
I Gail Kelley today. Those j I Howell this weekend are Mr. I Mrs. Kathryn Perryman, Mrs. 'I law and daughter, :Mr. and Mrs. much to us.Mrs. .
, who will help to sell tickets ati',i and Mrs. Howard Martin of Savannah i Eunice Cole, Mrs. Geneva Solo- H. W. Anderson and two sons i I B. H. Taylor
I I
'. the football games may call Georgia. :i [mon, and Mrs. June Holdridge.GA of Houston, Texas. She is the I Ii Buddy Taylor
1 Jack Hosford at ID 73475. I director, Ellamae i i '
Cauley; i former Miss Janet Trad of Bun- Mrs.: Frank LanceskI
\ Those who will help with the DAVID LYLE -GILBERT i GA workers, Mrs. Mildred Lewis; '!I.nell. ----
' refreshment stand may contact I I Mr. and Mrs. George Geibert, [YA director, Mrs. Thomas Pin- I I I II.
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. Mrs. Myra Wadsworth at ID 7- 3rd, of Jacksonville are the parents ner. I I
t 3313. The refreshment concession i t I of a son born on 'September i The theme of the installation David Bryant Smith, young:
's. at the games is the money 8th. He was given the name I I was "Your Crown-His Cross; His'I i son of Mr. and Mrs. C. F. Smith, \
making project for the year she of his great uncle, the late i Crown, your Cross." Mrs. Hilsen- I I is recovering at the Flagler Rug
1 David Holland. 'He is the great beck sang "Must Jesus Bear the!I:Clinic and Hospital after'underI pi
said.Mrs.. Kelley also said P.-T. A.i i grandson of Mrs. Maude Holland -j I Cross Alone." She. was accom- j I I I I going an appendectomy last
members who will attend 'the of Bunnell. The Geibert j panied by Miss Elaine Deen as Friday. i .
I school board meeting each I I family are former residents of [organist. I If I I I
month are asked to contact Mrs. Bunnell. f Preceding the installation, a 1 I II I Rose Ann Way is reported as II:
Ethel McMillan at ID 73644.]I I joint circle program entitled slowly improving at the Halifax i I!
I II I I I
They plan for three represen- NAOMI RUTH ANDERSONMr. "The Negro Work in the Home Hospital from injuries received 1| prompt Service
tatives of the P.-T. A. to attend and Mrs.' R. M. Anderson I Mission Board," was presented in a car accident last July 2. I I
PLACE YOUR ORDER WITH US
the board meetings each month.I I of"Flagler Beach are the parentsof under the leadership of Mrs.I |\\ I

I, The meetings are held each a six pound nine ounce, Clegg.A Members of the Bunnell foot-
first Tuesday after the first I I,daughter born at the Flagler' tea was given in the en- ball team were in Gainesville The Flagler Tribune \
Saturday of each, month. The Clinic and Hospital on September ; I i I tainment room of the educational Saturday attending the football
I I Phone IDlewood 7.3282 1
< next meeting will be on October -''22. She has been given thti I i I department. This was game at the University of FIorI I
10, Mrs. Kelley said. name of Naomi Ruth. ,I honoring this year's new mem- I Ida.FROZEN. Bunnell, Florida 1 1I
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Red & White' I I Grade "A" 2i/2 tb box I' PUPPIES' 390 $ OO
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" Air Conditioning i Is. tIe fatten quicker when they enjoy I ing .systems to neutralize heat hollow outer walls of their mas Sir Humphrey Davy, the.En-

controlled temperatures. from reactors and provide habit- ters' homes to chill the interior. lish chemist, attempted to cool

Studies have ,shown, too, that able conditions during. long the House of Lords by boring
Now Luxury Need Leonardo da Vinci devised )
cool cows are more contented submersions. a holes in the floor to let chilliness .
wheel that drew
When a Texas chicken ranch. and give 'more' milk than those large paddle seep up from lower levels.
Government research has cool air from the surface of
.: er wanted his hens to lay more housed in hot barns. I I a I I The experiment failed, and
.. found that air conditioning in river into a conduit to the homeof
In summer, he air con An Illinois watch Davy was paid nothing for his
eggs company I offices increases efficiency--and I his patron, the Duke of Mi I
ditioned the hen house. Produc- has installed an elaborate "at eliminates arguments over lan. J, efforts.
tion rose almost 60 cent. mosphere-control" system to
per keep rust and dust, from gum II where the. electric fan shouldbe ..-.fI....,:'...........,:"'.... ...-."...-....,}f.--....-..................tl'.w,:'.WiI.
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DAY OR NIGHT
FOR ALL HOURS
owe gratitude to Dr. Willis Car million homes in the United -
its timepieces. :Machine shopsare
rier, who in 1902 perfected a de. States now have central cooling
air conditioned to prevent
vice that controlled temperature, that units, and about eight million AMBULANCE
temperature/changes cause
humidity, circulation, and cleanliness to "room-size" fixtures are in use. PHONE VAlley 41625ST.
precision parts expand or
of air in a Brooklyn print. contract. Some 60 per cent of all office SERVICE

ing plant. buildings are equipped with AUGUSTINE. FLORIDA .
I Air conditioning keeps the
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central or room installations.Snow
Since then, air conditioninghas lumps out of sugar in refineries, Never be hesitant about calling a Garcia Ambulance. We
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of applications, the Na. excess humidity, and make the Through the ages man has
experience. H
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\ Farmers, manufacturers, busi mills more endurable.An cooling. Egyptians soaked the Equipped With Oxygen Resusitator and Inhalator
nessmen, and homeowners have important new function of walls of their houses with wa
turned air conditioners from a air conditioning is cooling the ter. As the dry desert winds Garcia Funeral Home

luxury into a pleasant adjunct many tubes in electronic brains, evaporated the moisture, the
t of everyday life and work. which do not operate properlyif houses grew cooler. Roman P. E. GARCIA, Licensed Funeral Director

Cool Contented Cows over heated. Atomic subma slaves journeyed to mountainsfor LADY ASSISTANT

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Few outsiders had ever seen t age. The men are rarely taller reed and extract moisture by the three." I,
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I I a Bushman until a few years than five feet. I suction pump jof his mouth. The Bushmen once lived over I

Out ago, and little was known about Home is beneath a thorn tree, A superb botanist and organic vast areas of Africa and are !
I I I their lives. However, a number at best a tiny hut of grass. One chemist, the Bushman knows among its oldest aborigines.'

Desert I I I of scientific and photographic possesses only what one can every plant bush, and tree in
expeditions have now trekked make and carry: bow and arrows -I his domain. He concocts deadly Poison from a honeybee's sting ,
. A race of into the desert In search of the ; rope and snares; ostrich-1 I: poison to smear on his arrow is as potent, drop for drop, as'
pie hides out nomads, and an extensive study egg containers for water; scanty I|I heads. But he can't count above i rattlesnake venom.NOTICE .
harit Desert, I I I of them will be made in the hide clothing; simple tools; ornaments
most I I I next five years by South Africa's made painstakinglyfrom ;
I I University of Witwatersrand. the brittle ostrich shell.
Years ago, Sensitive PrimitivesThe I
As sheer survival
to lose depends on
pressively hot Bushman has been foundto cooperation, Bushmen share all '
bean their food and possessions. They t > .,
almost no extraordinary blend of .
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tending from savagery and sensitivity. He I'have no conception of personal ----........ .
South Africa 'I digs with a stick for grubs to property. They do not ;steal. : ... ,
eat he Work is divided. Men hunt ,
analand, and yet plays haunting tunes ....
about the size i Ion his crude musical instru game, often fruitlessly becauseit I' .1
Kalahari ments. He records his myths, is scarce in the dry season
the I I OCCUPATIONAL LICENSES WILL BE
expanses of traditions, and, memories indance. when no flash rains come to fill ;
'shrubs the desert pans. Women and I II I
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grass I I children for DUE OCTOBER 1st. LICENSE FEES ARE 1
. The National He speaks a curious click I forage anything I
edible: roots and wild vegetables j'
ciety says. language. But he can express I -,
; seeds, the juicy tsamma THE SAME LAST YEAR. TO
His emotions in poetry. Asked AS* AVOID
For the shy melon and eland cucumber insects
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his age, ia gnarled old Bushman
ahari offered and reptiles. Living
so
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important close to thirst and hunger, the
most beautiful wish in my
else could or : Bushmen cannot afford to be 1
heart-and as old as all the un
finicky about their fare. NOVEMBE&tfet.CITY:
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fulfilled longings of my heart.
Exists by His Wits 1
The Bushmen travel, searching In wastes where an outsider
OF BUNNELL t
endlessly for food and water, in would swiftly die of thirst and

I I tightly knit family groups. They starvation, the Bushman exists 1 Nancy Rodgers, Clerk .
I are a handsome people, yellow by his wits. A withered leaf, I
fIsh I copper in color, neatly built half hidden in sand, betrays the !
Listings uuder' and well featured in youth but presence of a tuber. In dry soil I .
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Short low-cost a line of Fords so long so new, so varied that everyone year there are more Falcons than ever to choose from- f
ifies you for will find his personal Ford-the car that fits his pleasure 13 in all. Wagon fanciers will find unprecedented

sitions in this and needs precisely! For those who want a true luxury variety-from a new wagon that seats eight to a Falcon

Employment car, there are two distinguished new series of, GalaxiesSquire Wagon with the rich woodlike finish of the
technically both swift as a rumor, silent as a secret. With Thunderbird famous Country Squire. Pick the Ford in your

all time high. styling,and quality that sets a new industry standard, future with this confidence: every 1962 Ford is built to

r the 1962 Galaxies give you every essential feature of far a standard of quality so high that it will change all your
DESIGN ? ) costlier cars. If you are looking for economy without ideas of how fine, how quiet, how enduring a car can be.
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Sun Sea \ GAlAxiE TOWN SEDAN (background) luxury-at the low Ford price.All Galaxies adjust the nselves automatically.
HE 9.2082 The: 'Calaxie/500-new in name new are beautifully built to be more servicein -
luxury-is for those who want all of the free. They go 30,000 miles between major
TOR RENT : elegant extras. The 1962 Galaxie makes lubrications, 6,000"miles between oil I

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your normal span of. life. F ) \ 'C '

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is not doing the things you 4.H Club members in the state I i

know you should' not do." during October to support the j

;These words by Wilfred A. educational programs of the Na-

Peterson apply with emphasis tional 4-H Club Foundation.C. I

Ito your heart. Ellis.. Clark, vice presidentand "
We know that tension, diet, consultant of I
agricultural Ii
exercise and poisons are the i .1 1I .
the First National Bank at Miami -
criminals and the heroes influencing has been" named to lead I 'I'II

your heart. this year's fund drive.Clark's .
Tension correctly applied in appointment was made r

the research laboratory and in by Jesse W. Tapp, chairman of I \

daily living are the stimulants the board of the Bank o$ America I
which make America great. Allowed Il
wild who heads the bank pro- l Morningside Blvd., Port St. Luck,Florida.
to run in your life, I gram for the National 4-H Spon-

I they. break- down a hereditarily before it sors Council. Last year 76 Flor- .I i "We insist on value that's why we're paving
vulnerable heart years ida banks participated in this I .

should usually break down. Controlled program. I all our streets with soil-cement! "

I they make a good heart The campaign enables bankers I.

last nearly forever, as they are to broaden their traditionally

doing for former President Eisenhower strong local support of the 4-H'I.: .. Says ELLIOTT MACKLE, President, The Mackle Co., Inc.
and Dr. Paul D. White. 4
Club program. "Soil-cement is our choice of pavement sure low maintenance costs. They stay
Diet allows man to control I .
his heart. The foundation carries on a for the many miles of streets paved solid and don't pothole or wash out at*
the work load on
of "service toyouth"
of animal broad program -- each year by The Mackle Company at the edges.This means continuing economy
Over-eating especially
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activities in' citizenship I ...
.fats, produces lead weights education, leadership develop- Port Charlotte, Port Malabar, Port St. for the community."

around your middle and* sludgein ment and operation of the Na. I .. Lucie and other General Development Taxpayers especially like soil-cement.

your coronary arteries, which tional 4-H Center in Washington : -. Corporation communities in Florida. Most of the matetials cost nothing.

are a 24hourdrag on this pow D. C. .: "Soil-cement economical to install, The main ingredient is soil at the siteor

erful muscle inside your chest. The most recent project undertaken .- which/means savings and value for our old broken-up blacktop or gravel.

Exercise strengthens it by by the 4-H Foundationis customers. In addition,many blocks of Mixed with portland cement and -

stimulating it to daily full ca- a one-year study leading to : soil-cement streets can be completed water, rolled and topped with bitumi-

pacity activity.. Laziness makesit expansion of science training - in a single day. This is a vital factor nous coating-the pavement's finished.

The flabby.poisons of excessive con- through 4-H Club work. to us in maintaining land development Soil-cement can save tax money where .'

: and constructicjfrschedules and in holding live Soil-cement ,
sumption of nicotine and in- you too grows
visible engine exhaust gases : INDUSTRY SUPPORTEDBY down paving costs. stronger year after year. It's the

clamp down on its vital blood AGRICULTURE BUYING I "Just as important, these streets as- strongest pavement short of concrete!
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supply and perhaps evenv adversely Agriculture is industry's best .
affect the cells of the i customer. Farmers spend 25 to PORTLAND CEMENT ASSOCIATION -

heart muscle themselves. 26 billion dollars a year for 1612 East Colonial Drive, Orlando, Florida -

For your own health, stop goods and service to produce A. national organization improve and extend the uses.of portland cement and Concrete

reading sensational articles crops and livestock. .

emphasizing cholesterol, drugs Another '15 billion dollars a "

and trick diets, and listen to year for the same things that

l,. ". your own doctor. city people buy-food,. clothing, .,L'"beFREE FOREVER ,- '
He knows whether you should drugs, furniture, appliances, and

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jplI '. <'. 'In 'an Electric Dishwasher you can lovelier. your kitchen tidier. your .

): stack up dirty dishes, glasses, silver- mealtimes happy times because an Elec-

ware, and even pots 'n pans. Simply tric Dishwasher ends forever the messy

I By THOMAS COLLINS : :-; press a button and they'll be pre-rinsed .drudgery of dishwashing.And .

W atOne Man's Plan Accomplished After 65 z .. and washed in water far hotter than remember for the extra convenience -
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THERE are many ways to do time to help with the work. -' hands can stand, then rinsed again of a dependable'supply of hot water
it. The Jim Johnsons have doneit "The apartment was to be for .
-J- and dried shining ,clean. The whole for all your needs, there's nothing like -
welL Mama and me.; The house was to .
Jim Johnson was retired at 65 be rented i''- job is done quickly and automatically, a Flameless Electric Water Heater for
with a total husband-wife income That's how it turned out. But drying and all. efficiency safety and peace of mind.
of $278 a month. The home, which meanwhile the Johnsons were I
was clear, was somewhat old but looking for a second home. "Some .S faster cleaner easier modern !
substantial and was located in a thing Interesting" was their only --. "
I Don't delay the happy day. See the BUILT-IN and PORTABLE Electric Dishwashers
community at the outskirts of requirement, and in the end this
: at your electric appliance dealer and plumbing contractor.
town where the Johnsons hadlived turned 'out to be a 40-acre farmin ,
for 23 It rated at \
years. was Kentucky. ,4 '
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$16,000. Savings, with everything The Johnsons rented their house,
thrown in, came to just over. at the $150-a-month a real estate .;. .

$14,000, .. agent had told them to charge. .: ; -
"There's a lot of conversation The tenants took over three months _
about planning for retirement," after Johnson retired, with a writ : = -- 1t

,. Johnson says. "Most of it is non- ten agreement that the Johnsons .e M A'___ \
sense because about all it amountsto would come and use the upstairs

is adding up the figures in the apartment when and how they 747
budget book and dreaming about wanted. (The only hitch was that '
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which palm tree to lie under. the tenants insisted the Johnsons' bi,: ,

Mama and I didn't plan-we plot- build a private entrance to the" .. cheap tool
ted,' schemed, and blueprinted.And apartment which was done w than I
we gambled a little outside staircase at a cost of : ( washes dishes for
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Johnson was nearing his 64th $325.) \ -- 8 people for only
birthday before he and his wife i What has happened in the two ;
got to work on retirement They years since these mechanics of
.started with their home."I retirement were worked out? The if. .
figured we wanted three Johnsons have developed their :-: -1 Q-
farm home into a colorful retirement .. .
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had been home too long. .
and have decided that farming. -T--:: ( :
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except for a garden plot, is not so '
be slaves-to it-to be free to leave
noble a calling as they thought
it for weeks months, of a. year
I They have steadily lost interestin
at a time. And third we wanteda
the apartment back home, and
hedge against money problemsin
except for two weeks this spring
the future by getting some in-
haven't lived. there since last ,
come from the property
summer. They're beginning to
"We got aU three by the simple talk of what the home would sell lamPOWER
device of building a one-bedroom for. $25.000 maybe with that : .
.-1- private apartment upstairs witha upstairs apartment ,

bath and a Pullman kitchen. Fr a espy .1 the '._w Gld.m Years 6H1 COU'AIY
It took only about $2,000 becausein ...kJ., fcy 'Tkm C.Uia.. aced Useats ,
the last 1 la c.la ''c.. stamps) t. Oc.&. HELPING au/tD tOIf/DA
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I I rieties from one rootstock by
QautenUt; b ')1a' ida i I budding the various branches I There are many other "citrus" :
} iI plants that can be used for or- Tombbo
CA'N Y I
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(By Hervey Sharpe) I eties. .:I'quet sour orange, citron, fingered r .

Citrus as a pot plant will,add; Variegated citrus varieties I' citron, limequat,' Rangpur'' '

a tropical tempo to 'your Flor- I.make an interesting project for Ii, lime, finger-lime; Poncirus trifo- !I PIGEON, HOW DO AtT .
j ida room. the dooryard fruit grower. The liat and Wampee. I TOD RATE WHEN

These dwarfed, glossy green j variegation. is caused when citrus IT COMES TO THIS ,I
trees also will serve as conversations -f mutates from unusual chlo- DOMESTIC SCIENCE THE GAL
There are many places in STUFF? THAT GETS
chit-chat lags.I rophyl patterns on leaves, as Y
pieces-if I I Tb '
Cornwall,. England, that claim' ME HAS ;
I contrasted with sections 'of
HOW
during TV commercials. Anyone I I connection with King Arthur. KNOW
for spin leaves devoid of green color.I I TO COOK
with a knack gossip can
I But nowhere is the. legend more 0 4 AND SAKE... '
Chi-
-ancient
exotic tales linking
I If a, plant has variegated believable than on a headland
:nese customs with citrus. leaves if called There on a r
I also has variegated Tintagel. ,
You can mention that citrus j fruit, but it may, produce variegated I sea-torn cliff, stand the gaunt % I&
trees have had many uses. "! fruit without having variegated ruins of a castle. -Its eerie surroundings 1 f ;

Amohg them were a cure for 'i leaves. When this oc I make the visitor forget i i ;.7r \
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poison, correction of fetid breath, r curs in fruit, various peel sectors -, scholars' doubts about the

relief to*- 'asthmatics. protection of the fruit are of contrasting King, his Knights of the Round i I l'I I

against moths, a. remedy foTheumatlsm I colors. Sweet orange, lemon I Table, fair Guinevere, and' Lan- I
and sore mouth and I .
and :
J sour orange selections are ,celot. \
I II
a cure for dyspesia. I ...AND SCRUB You WANT .
If you prefer modern gossip, I- AND WASH AND MOTHER. ,
! SEW...
then explain that citrus with its, f
enchanting odor mingled with CRAIG FUNERAL HOMEA. YOU CREEPS DON'T, .

moonlight can ignite sparks .of WANT A
romance. By adding local ;! H. CRAIG. Funeral 'Director- : GIRL. rr' '

names, this conversation can \ JOHN HARDIN. Associate '

run for hours. j C-
AIR OXYGEN
"Citrus" varieties 'suited to pot ; LADY
plantings include the kumquat, CONDITIONEDCHAPEL ,I J I EQUIPPED \\

"Meyer lemon, ponderosa lemon, II ATTENDANT AMBULANCES Q

Otaheite orange: and Chinotto.

Three varieties, the kum- ; Phone ID 7-3532 'V

quat are Nagami, Marumi and i
201 E. MOODY BLVD. BUNNELL. FLORIDA,
Meiwa. The latter is sweetest I I ..
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of the three. Kumquats are I .
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trailed golden bean by the Chi- \ .

nese because the bright orange I .. ,
, fruit are somewhat bean shaped. '
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THEY'RE HERE !
Kumquats are inherently t .
dwarfs, and when propagated on I .
trifoliate orange stock the plant j I -
is reduced in size. They are ideal

pot plants. .
Otaheite orange is a 'mis-

nomer, since it is not an orange
but akin to an acidless lime.

Fruit color ranges from orangeto

reddish orange. The plants

are quite attractive at Christ

mas, since plants a foot or so

I high may carry up to a dozen

1-inch.. fruit, plus blossoms.
The fruit has orange colored

flesh that fs flat and insipid in i.
flavor.

The Meyer lemon bears fruit
'
about the size and shape of the

commercial lemon. It fruits more ,

or less the year around. It is I

an excellent variety for home
: I
use and is an acceptable sub. :
stitute for commercial lemon. I a e C

The ponderosa lemon bears :

large tear-shaped fruit measur- :

ing up to six inches in diameter. : )p ---

The fruit is seedy and sour. --
i e < x Jrmk\. ; :jjS.
The chinotto orange is a fav- ,-: // :
'orite for It :
patio plant many.

is a natural dwarf selection ., -- S ;ir i\\ -

bearing deep orange colored ,.- (
fruit measuring nearly \%- t
inches in diameter. Juice from
.
these fruit make a refreshing.

drink. Seedless varieties are

used in making candies, jellies
:
and preserves.
Dooryard Plantings
Unusual varieties often strike ,

the fancy of citrus hobbyists
,
when the common varieties do. ... .
not. If you 'are in this category, -

you might like such varieties as ->. C
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Kara mandarin, Sweet tangor, .- D ,:

Frua mandarin, Satsuma orange,
.
Torocco orange and Bearss lime. I

On the oddity side of dooryard 1

plantings, you can producea
number of different'citrus Get that '
vaIN full-time
economy :. I

FLAG Tin<:IIAXOHY I.KU CIRCUIT rorxTV.xo.COURT KL.OHIDA.IN OK. i .... only starts with Ford's low price f

ANITA H. PACE I 'NEW
Plaintiff. Come in and meet the trucks
that make A
"8. I Super Duty V-l or Cummins Diesel power gives Ford's
-ROBERT KENNETH PACE. I saving money a full-time business new new highway tractors superb performance. (GCWs
Defendant Ford Trucks for'62.In a selection of over 600 up to 76.800 lb.) 1
THE STATE NOTICE OF TO FLORIDA.DEFEND TO: I new models, there's a truck that can save to New K| Six for ford Mediants offers 27 heavy-duty .
ROBERT KENNETH PACE FORD money on your job,whatever your Jobl! They engine features long-term reliability economy! tC t
Ward 137. Naval Hospital keep saving mile after mile, load after load, ..
Bethesda Maryland year after year! Our new '62 Fords save'on EnnoBue- tucmd economy leader-can save $100 J
Ton are hereby notified that a price. They save on gas and oil. They each 16.000-mile year on gas oil and tires over t
suit has been filed against you in save conventional pickups.Carries%ton loads I ID .
tires and
the above entitled cause; and you j on on maintenancewhereverthere's
are hereby required to tile your answer a way to save. Come in today and let Excbshrt cae-piect cab-body fedfi gives Ford StytesJda 1
with the Clerk of this Court. TRUCKS us show you how. Check out the facts, workouts Pickups extra strength,extra capacity: _
and to serve a copy thereof upon deal and drive out in truck EcoaofiM priced
the plaintiff or olalntiffs attorney. a = L E Vaa is far below popular conventional'
whose name and address Is: that saves money. full time I QSSS. ..) panels yet has larger loadspace(204 cu. ft)I '
Dunham and Rnnett : \f

1961.>> Ft.later P.O.Autrustlne.than Box October 179 Floridanot 27th A. D. FOR 62 SEE THEM NOW FORD TRUCKS0v. ', t:; \,

confesso If vou fall will to be do entered BO. decree against pro '." Save now... 4...

you-for the relief demanded in the .' :
bill of comnlaint. The nature of y
said suit heine for divorce. ,
WITNESS mv hand and seal of > 1 1I
said Court A. D this, 1961.25th day of September Bunnell Motor Company :: ::v. \
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01"I Thursday, Sept.- 28, 1961 THE FLAGLER TRIBUNE, BUNNELL. FLORIDA PAGE ELEVEN

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\ barrels of oil last year, a 26 i Subscribe for The Flagler Tribune I I
: Consumption of
per cent drop during the ,year.
S2J50 A Year In .Advance I

: 'Fuel Oil in State 'state ulIanufacturing'plants used 11.3 million barrelsof in the I

oils, principally residual up NOTICE NAME UNDER LAW FICTITIOUS ''I
"
Totals Millions 4 per cent over 1959 as industry I TO WHOM IT MAY CONCERN: Call On Us
Notice Is hereby given that the
expanded in the state. Vessels, undersigned pursuant to Chapter I
including tankers, accounted for 20953. LAWS of Florida, 4941 will
Floridians used almost 38 million register with the Clerk of the Circuit --'
2.7 million barrels; a gain of 8 I Court, in and for Flagler
barrels of fuel oils last year County Florida upon receipt of II
Ji to heat and cool homes and per cent. Railroad use, totaling I proof of publication of this notice, I
2.1 million barrels, was down the fictitous name. to-wit:
buildings and to turn the wheelsof Brinkley and Doyle, Builders, un-
6 per cent. der which we are engaged at gen- I
industry, the Florida State eral contracting
Flagler Beach.
Chamber of Commerce reports. "Oils used to heat and cool 'Florida, and that the undersigned When I
homes and commercial buildings are said the business.only persons interested in

'This total was ":75 per cent I amounted to 3.4 million barrels, 'Dated flat' Bunnell, Florida, this I It

j over 1950 consumption drop- an increase of 28 per cent, partly 11th day of September961.. I

ped below 1959 as new trendsin due to a step-up in air con t ERNEST RAYMOND R.O.DOYLE BRINKLEY ,II

fuel use became more apparent ditioning. I Sept. 14-21-28 & Oct. 5-4tp I

The trends showed up "Laundries, heavy highway I IX TilE COUNTY JUDGE'S COURT I

especially in the use of fuel oils equipment, the military forces IN.AND I
by electric and gas plants which and a combination of miscel- IN CASE RE: NO.Estate 585 of '

together consumed 13.1 million laneous users consumed 5.3 mil- GEORGE C. McARN. 'I

lion barrels last year. I Deceased.
wvv-a.X N/ "N'I'S v-1N/- I NOTICE OF FILING PETITION
"Not included in the above I FOIl FINAL DISCHARGE OF 'I
I
Sarah E. Martel were 7.4 million barrels of jet I'I Notice is hereby EXECUTRIX given that I have

fuel, up '24 per cent and 4 million -i filed my final returns as Executrix I
I of the estate of GEORGE C. Mc-
( NOTARY PUBLIC barrels of kerosene, used ARN. deceased; that I have filed
f I my petition for distribution and I
FLAGLER BEACHHE principally for cooking purposes, I I for final discharge, and that on GOODPrinting
9-2203-Lehig St. down 13 per cent from the 1939 I October 9th. 1961. I will apply to 1
j the Hnorable T. K. McKnight
consumption in the state." : County Judge of Flagler County, I
, --- -- I Florida, for approval of said final I
returns and for an order of dis-
I tribution and for final discharge I
i as Executrix of the will of
GEORGE C. McARN, deceased.
J SSad ye Lee McARN
a1962 CHEVY Executrix
tiUifl CCRVAII
: First Publication. : September 7.

1 .. IIJl 2 or one of 310 PRIZES in the j' 1961.Sept. 7-14-21-28-Hc

H.I1! "IIN TIIK CIRCUIT COURT IN AND
FOR FLAGLER COUNTY FLORIDA -
IN CHANCERY NO.
C. B. KING
Plaintiff
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SEABOARD SERVICE COMPANY -
a dissolved Florida
corporation, etc. et alDefendants..
,I .
NOTICE TO DEFENDIN I
THE NAME OF THE STATE
I OF FLORIDA TO: OFFICE FORMS
Seaboard Service Company, a
dissolved Florida corporation, and
,
H. E. Black Etta E. Beemer and
Sarah A. Black as director trus-
I tees of Seaboard Service Company ENVELOPESINVOICES
a dissolved Florida corporation
and each and all the unknown assigns -
successors in interest trus- .
I tees or other parties claiming by,

: HIGH FUEL BILl solved through corporation under or against none of said whom dis-

can be located, and it not being
N known whether there are any sur-

MIII! 1t1Nk make! you viving Daytona trustees Beach: Holding Corpora- LETTER HEADS
tion a dissolved Florida corpora-
--, tlonwand C. A, Randall. E...\_Randall --- -
and L. A. McKeever, as direc-
l hit the! eQiliIgrII ? I I Holding tor trustees Corporation of Daytona a dissolved Beach S T BUSINESS CARDSSTATEMENTS

i Florida corporation and each and
all the unknown assigns successors -
I. CEILING HOT WHEN YOU in interest, trustees or other
I parties claimin" by through un-
HIT IT THEN YOU HAVE der or aganist said dissolved cor- .
poration, none of whom can be
AN ORDINARY HEATER! located and it not being known
II whether there are any surviving

trustees William Seckner Dean if living, BILL HEADS \
r- and if dead his unknown spouse
helrs-at-law, devisees, legatees
I grantees. creditors or other par-
I ties claiming by through underor RULED
against William Seckner Dean. FORMS .
The unknown heirs devisees, 11 -
L I legatees grantees, creditors lien-
ors or other parties claiming by

I I B.through Bruner.under deceased.The or against John TICKETS and TAGS

unknown heirs. devisees,
I legatees grantees creditors. lien-
ors or other parties claiming by.
through under or against Henry
I I Bruner. deceased.
John T. Bruner. If living, and if -
dead his unknown heirs. devisees CIRCULARSANNOUNCEMENTS
I legatees grantees creditors or oth-
er parties claiming b- through
i under or against John T. Bruner.
I deceased and.
: Any and all persons (save and
'. excent the plaintiff herein) havingor
I claiming any right title or interest -
in and to the lands Involvedin
this suit and hereinafter de-
I scribed.
The respective post office address
and residence of each of the above
named parties is unknown.You .
: I and each of you are hereby .
:4 notified that a suit has been
brought against! you to nuiet title We Don't Do The Most
\ to the following described lands I
IIE situate in Flagler County, Florida.
; I to-wit; .
Lot 20 of Block 1 and Lots
17. 18. J9 and 20 of Block 2 I
t I of Kanaha Subdivision Flaerler PRINTING
County. Florida as per
r\iat of said subdivision on
file and record in the office .. .
of the Clerk of the Circuit ..
Court of Flagler County.

pae 122.75 Florida 424 feet.in and of.Plat the the Book Southerly iinnlattAd 2 at But We Do Some of the Best .

portion of the Northerly
q!' 75 feAt of th! North one- I
half of the Northeast! nnarter
I never waste of Sect'"n 22. ToTishln It
iiiiiII Ii iiI LE I'll heat on the .of South. Range 31 Fast. East
the East Coast r'anal. and
OIL HOME HEATERS'ceiling.or out the Southerly 122.75! feet of
: .. the Northerly 92.t.75 feet of
'. the chimney th unnlatted portion of Government -
:" Lot i of Section 2%.
Township 11 South. Range :31
It pays for Itself with the fuel It saves! I East.In j
the above styled court bv the
II I above named ninintlff and yOU pre I i DiallD73282
hereby required to file personally I
.t or bv your attorney with the ('1-vk
We don't blame you for hitting the ceiling if you con- : of said court your answer or other I

tinually for heat don't The SIEGLER defensive plewdin0"" to the corn-
pay you get new plaint in said suit and to BAr 'e .
Oil Home Heater wrings the heat out of every drop of 1'on,' thereof upon H. T. rook.Plalntlffs f .. -
.
.
pttornAvwhose *rlde.9is .
oil, then pours it out over your floor. With a SIEGLER, Citizens Bank 'Jtuildl", n tnp-ll.
Flovi'io on or before the 23rd dav f .. ..
the
you get comfort miracle of SUPER FLOOR HEAT .
,
of October *<1. and the" Fl.pterTribune .
-.4 no over-heated ceilings and low, low fuel bills. So don't which I" a newspanermetins .

;\ ,.. hit the ceiling .. hit,your Siegler dealer for a hot (" 'hAd, bv the 1w" r""uip"-nt"for Hnch nurnose nrc-, t :: ;:;'.

-; demonstration! W\I\n"1"Is hpJ"P"v in ,which.._,,,..,,,tA this
i HA ?MiV>t!.hAd on->c a week for four i .
Cf'-a-.tlv- kt. I
}
I }.J"P..t., felt not np Ta1OJ'C""" 'Y-o'
: "nnfpfIISO will hfe entered against j i

: S : FLAGLER HARDWARE tt1 I.Y"VIt.-s'v b"nd r. r'-.1( rpd, Tribuner

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the rail f M. .n't this 19th
n 0q.r ".f p.-t..tua.: 16/ I
PHONE ID 7-3191 I SEAL) fl g; *VTTii .
: A.. r"i.Tof the Above
I i S RAILROAD AVE. BUNNELL, FLORIDA Styled Court ..
Sept. 21-28 & Oct. 5-12-4tc
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PAGE TWELVE ; "'"". i1lQiJ\i \ THE FLAGLER TRIBUNE, BUNNELL, FLORIDA Thursday, Sept. 28, 1961 .
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:ST. LOUIS IS SOUTHERN roads of the United States, was became American and distinct-
tached 'to
a long pole.If I I I
Gardening In Florida I you set, out pecan trees St. Louis one of the cross French and Spanish before it ively Southern. 1

during the planting season
Consider the pecan, if you are
ahead, remember that care of
in the' market for a multi- .
the trees-not luck-will cause SALUTE TO FLORIDA
purpos' shade tree.
them 'to -live. Failure to water

In summer the tree locks out or control ,weeds for the first I COUNTIES BRADFORD

the hot sun and invites cooling year will spell doom for young .
COUNTY SEAT STARKE
breezes; in winter it allows the trees.
I I Bradford County occupies 195,200 acres,much {
warm sun to filter through, tempering I
Over-fertilization is another I Tn of which is beautiful rolling country with
coolness. Best of all, the I elevation of 180 feet above sea level at some
tree tosses down tasty nuts in common fault. Don't apply plant n points. Located in North Florida, Bradford
food when the trees are set outWait If TO) County was once a part of 'a large territory
the fall. and apply no more than a ".,. ;. comprising Baker. Columbia and Union
Counties then known as New River County.
The hardwood tree anchors ''II one pound of an 8-8-8 fertilizer Starke the County Seat is a strategic term
well. This is an asset, if a big per tree in early summer after I I inus for tourist and commercial traffic.

blow comes, in protecting the I the trees are planted. J t )' _' The principal sources of income in the countyare
house from the wrath of the I The second year split plant G derived from general farming, the lum
r ber industry, and livestock. Watermelons
food applications. Dole out
elements. addition to the exerCise one and cucumbers are the largest commercial
.
of leaf raking, the tree in February and the other in G farm products.
t ;
+ .x { will furnish you leaf mulch each early July. j In progressive Bradford County, and through.
fall. Y ;._, out Florida the United States Brewers Association
x I works constantly to maintain the
WHAT ARE "DOG DAYS"The sale of beer and ale under pleasant orderly
As a shade tree, growin
pecans .
conditions. Believing that strict law enforcement
most areas quite well. How- term "dog days, for the serves the best interest of the peopleof
ever, in South Florida the nut' warmest period of deep,summer, Florida the Association stresses close
production may not be too de I goes back to the time when ancients cooperation with the Armed Forces, law
pendable. The tree appears to :I studied the stars. Greeks enforcement and governing officials.

need winter chilling for best''i and Romans observed that Sir-

' fruiting. .: ius, which was known as the I I

j Dog Star rose with the sun just
Pecans grow on a wide rangeof before midsummer; Thus, they e

soils. But you 'are in luck'j associated it with the driest, I t

if your homestead is on sand I hottest time of the year.

or sandy loam. ,
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Well drained soil is most im-

portant. The trees put out roots -'

cautiously in hardpan 'and
I
g w e r

water-logged Choosing the soils.right tree for the"1 r' .
NEW
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home grounds can be a problem, :: \
WIN
I
because there are more than 175 : '
.
named varieties on the market. ,: : FALCON-
A check of the thrifty looking ;

trees in the locality will help tl 1. < ONE UsQuIREsTO '

you select a variety. If there are .

no pecans in the vicinity con- BE GIVEN AWAY NATIONIFEIBEJ/ "
sider the tlme tested Curtis or I
,
Stuart. :
.r' ,
Elliott and Desirable also ap- ,,1

pear to be worthy of considera- .
tion. .
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If you already have pecans, :.. .
keep an eye out to prevent the I .. .r.- .. ., r...,..
general ailments that may ham
I
per the enjoyment of the multi
'
purpose tree.
Mouse EarA

leaf deformity as "mouse
'
ear" or "little leaf" is often a

'. perplexing -problem. The disorder -I Ii

usually shows up in coastal M

areas. :Mouse ear is caused by

manganese-starved trees. :::
Often the deformed leaves

., show on trees growing near.i U : i
MA yy .a
limerock driveways or those I

'growing near buried building I \

materials. This produces a high

pH, causing the manganese to I
become tied up and not avail AT

able to the tree. I I YOUR '

The cure for little leaf is an .
application of manganese sul- '
FORD
SEEFORD
fate to the soil. On baseballbat FiRST

size trees apply about two DEALER'S

pound of the chemical and up

to 10 pounds for a tree large I

enough to shade he house I.

Rosette is a disorder of pecan
.
trees caused by a shortage of CONTEST9

zirjc. It shows up as bronzingand

crinkling of leaves, which BEGINNING SEPTEMBER 29 O '
become reduced in size. Shorten- HERE NOW-1962 FORDS

ing of the internodes gives the I FOLLOW THESE SIMPLE RULES AND YOU MAY BE A LUCKY WINNER!

effect of multiple bud develop i' The 1962 Galaxie by Ford. a new standard of automotive (1) Anyone 18 years old, or older, is eligible to participate, except
ment, forming a rosette-like swift it's Ford Dealers' employees and their families-ford Motor Company
quality. It's silent as a secret as a rumor. And
play of leaves. Sales Department personnel and their families-R. L. Polk and
beautifully built to be more service-free. Routine service is
I and their families-and members of the fordDealers'
The quickest to clear Company employees
way up reduced minimum miles
to items
a -30,000 on many
and Ford Motor Company's advertising agencies and their
rosette is to zinc
apply a spray. I 6,000 miles on the rest. Galaxie and Galaxie/500 cars families. (2) Should eligibility of an entry be questioned, the
Use a spray mixture of two with Thunderbird elegance Thunderbird power! decision of the judges will be final! (3) All entries must be sub*
pounds of zinc sulfate and one I I.' mitted on official contest entry forms, available only at Ford
pound of lime per 50 gallons of The 1962 Ford Falcon more from the car America loves Dealerships in the U.S.A. The contest period shall begin with the

water. -lwjl most. Now there are \\3 wonderful Falcon models includin'gthe opening of business on Friday September 29. 1961. and end with

A ground application of zinc brand-new Falcon Deluxe Club Wagon (offers twice the the close of business on Saturday. November 11. 1961. Entries

sulfate will also help the tree cargo room of big wagons). You get top economy along with deposited after that date will be ineligible for prizes. (4) This contest -

snap ,out of the rosette ,con. this big. new choice of models, too with an improved CI t is void in Wisconsin Missouri Connecticut. Nebraska and
dition. Apply from two ouncesto version of the famous Falcon Six. wherever else prohibited or restricted by law. (5) Entries will be
judged o'n accuracy neatness and clarity. Ties will be broken bya
five pounds of the material, ,
" depending on the size and age The all-new Falcon Squire only compact wagon of its random drawing by R. L Polk and Company, and their decisionwill
be final. Winners will be notified by mail approximately four
of the kind! With its smart woodlike trim the Falcon Squire brings
r: pecan tree. Be careful not weeks after close of contest. (6) In case a 'Falcon Squire winner ,
,:\ to apply too much zinc, as it new sophistication to the compact field.The Squire also gives has purchased a 1962 Galaxie. Fairlane. Falcon or Thunderbird .

,' is toxic to plants if added ex you foam-padded seat cushions front and rear. a coun- during the contest period that winner has the option of taking the
. .. ;' cessively. terbalanced tailgate with an electrically operated rear Falcon Squire or its cash equivalent value (manufacturer's sug- .,

Spanish moss is another!I window... and the longest..loadspace of any compact wagon. gested retail delivered price). f.OA.f.II' .

trouble maker in trees..
t ".. .J pecan REGISTER AT ANY FORD DEAUR'S'THROUGHOUT. flORIDA,. AND IN THESE GEORGIA COUNTIES
: The gray beards add to the .
mar *f jr \, ,- tree beauty if allowed to grow -
APPUNG ATKINSON BACON BEN HILL BERRIEN BRANTLEY BROOKS BRYAN.. BULLOCH CAMDEN CANDLER ,
[. in moderate amounts. But when ..
:t the tree becomes clogged with .CHARLTON CHATHAM CLINCH ., COFFEE COLQUITT COOK DECATUR ECHOLS EFFINGHAM EVANS GLYNN GRADY' 1
t
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>. the plant pest it begins to suf.: ,J. '+IRWIN JEFF DAVIS LANIER LIBERTY LONG LOWNDES McINTOSH MITCHELL MONTGOMERY PIERCE { SCREVEN +Ir
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fer. SEMINOLE I TATTNALL TELFA1R THOMAS TIFT TOO MBS TREVTLEN TURNER WARE WAYNE WHEELER WORTH ',,0)
- The fastest way of denuding r ? "t ydt

"the, tree.,of moss is to. yank it I, ': .
out, with a hookllke rod at. I

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