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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: October 12, 1961
Publication Date: -1981
Frequency: weekly
regular
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Subjects / Keywords: Newspapers -- Bunnell (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Flagler County (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
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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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VOLUME 49, NO. 40 BUNNELL, FLORIDA, THURSDAY, OCT. 12, 1961 $2.50 A YEAR

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Flagler Beach PINNER TO SPEAK B. &P.W.Club. ''GOOD FISHINGIS Business Club

TO ASSOCIATION REPORTED

School Carnival Rev. Thomas Pinner is one of Plans ToOrganize Exceptionally good fishing has Pledges SupportFor
a team of men composed of been reported from all sectionsof
James Southerland, president of the county during the past
Set October 28 Good WaterThe
I I the Baptist Bible Institute at Mrs. Lois Walker, Mrs. Louise week. Salt water fishing from
Graceful; John Huss, pastor of Crist, and Mrs. Cecil Jones of .the Flagler Beach Pier as well
October 28th has been set as Main Street Baptist Church in the Ormond. Beach Business and I as surf fishing, and canal have Flagler Beach Area Busi-
the date for the Flagler Beach I''Jacksonville; Phil Maxwell, I Professional Womens Club were reported many good catches of nessmen's Club at their meet-
Parent-Teacher Carnival. It will :former pastor of Ancient City i I tin i Bunnell Tuesday afternoon in I all kinds. ing Monday night adopted a
begin at four thirty in the after Church, St.. Augustine, now with interest of organizing a club Many good catches 01 specks'have resolution pledging their full
noon and run to about eight"the Relief and Annuity Board; I!here. been reported from Dead support and cooperation to the
,o'clock at the Flagler Beach I and others who are this week I I! They reported a most enjoy- 'Lake' during the past week Town Commissioners i n their
School tyouse. I presenting the work of the Bap- ,able meeting of the Ormond which is unusal for this time efforts to secure an adequatesource

Mrs. JoAnn 'Moyer is the Carn- tist State Agencies throughoutthe I'Beach Club on Monday evening jof the year. Mr. and Mrs. E. P. of good water, George
State of Florida. Britt and party of friends and Moody Sr., said today.It .
I(Fat the Quick and Tasty with
ival Chairman and is asisted by II I I
Mrs. Joan Sheeler. The usual On Friday, Rev. Pinner, will (Mrs. Gloria Lang as hostess. J Gene Hersey were reported to was reported at the meet-
cake walks, fish pond, games, speak at 3:15 at the annual I' Following the dinner, Mrs. have had a successful catch on ing that the Town's applicationfor
and costume judging will be I meeting of this association in i Charles Frierson showed a film Tuesday at the lake. I a government loan to be
features of the Carnival again East Palatka.HIGH I and gave an interesting talk on used in finding a source of good
I water had been turned down.
this Mrs. Moyer said. i her trip to Mexico. Martel Hunter i
year,
The Club realizing the importance
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I SCHOOL I Mrs. Walker, who is presidentof
She also said a buffet dinner the Ormond Beach Club, Mrs. I of the need for a good
will be served at 5 P. M.: This I DIPLOMA EXAMS I Crist as secretary, and the Dis- jNamed Beauty water system for the development -
is the main money making project t The General Educational De- trint Four Director, Miss Alice I of the Town, voted their
r' of the Parent-Teacher As- 'velopment Tests for the Stateof I Suhre of New Smyrna Beach are [Shop Inspector I support and cooperation' in every
" sociation for the year. The public Florida High School Equival- most interested in organizing a I Martel Hunter of Bunnell has I way possible.
t'..: is invited to attend. I ency Diploma will be admin- i Business and Professional Wom- I been appointed inspector for II III I I The Club is composed of fifty
istered again in November. an's Club in Bunnell. Women beauty shops in this district. members representing business

\ Dewey! Moody Adults interested in taking the ,who are interested in organizing The appointment was made by organizations in the Flagler
I tests should register by November I and becoming a member of the Gov. Farris Bryant last Wednes- Beach area. They recognize the
3. White adults should iB & P W Club are asked to con- State Board of Cosmetology most important and urgent need
+o Speak To [register with Mrs. :Mary Luellen, I tact either :Mrs. Lois Walker, 7 I day. She will work,with the I I I for the towns development is
Mary Karl Vocational Division, iRivershore. Drive, Ormond Beach, Mrs. Hunter has resided in I good water, and they are anxious -
::- Rotary Club i Daytona Beach Junior College. I I or Mrs. M. B. Fuller at The'Tri Bunnell for the past eight years i i to asist in every way possi-

Dewey Moody will be guesd l I Colored adults should register bune office here in Bunnell. and has owned and operated I I ble.
speaker at the Rotary Club's with Bernard W. Smith, Volusia f Martel's Beauty Salon during

\ :) luncheon meeting, today; in the Community College,- Daytona BOBBY MOODY I that time.. I Bulldogs Plays D & B
Masonic Hall. Dewey is a club Beach. FINDS BOTTLE. Mrs. Hunter said she wouldbe
member and has given several This opportunity to earn a employed with the Board for There Tonight
talks previously on topics of I high school .diploma is open to ON BEACH three days each week. She will
historic interest and..earh pres- those adults'wrio did not finish Bobby Moody round a bottle continue to manage her beauty The Bunnell High Bulldogs

entation has been exceptionally,high school and who are 20yearsof ,Ion the bead l Sunday, contain- shop here. will journey to St. Augustine to-
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night (Thursday) to play the
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well received, Club President 1 alje6rblder'tmd legaT ing""awrittenv message by
John Cannon said today. His residents of Florida. The tests M Leonard W. Cole, of North Kings. Dr. James ParrishAt the D & B team. The game will
this week" will be I Iti R. I. The be at 8:00 P. M. ,
topic Flagler, require ten hours for completionand town, note was dated
County Growth." I will be administered in the August 5, 1961 and said it wasput Church The Junior Varsity Team will
j J I Baptist play the Hastings B Team on
evening and on Saturday to accommodate in the water off the coast
The Board of Directors at a' I the local field at 7:30 on Monday -
of Florida that
working adults. The on day.
meeting last Thursday voted to I Here Next SundayDr. October 16.
night,
total cost for the tests is $7.50. 1 I The note was written on The !I
receive into the Club two new
These tests are designed to Great White Fleet United Fruit James Parrish, vice president
members, Tom Lennsen of Flag- I
permit people who have not attended j Company air mail letter ,sheet of Stetson University, will DR. REYNOLDS
ler Beach and Clifford :McGriffof
I[ or completed high school and ask the finder to get in lead the service of ordination of I ATTENDS WEEKEND
Bunnell. ji j II i II I to demonstrate that they have !touch with him telling where deacons at the 11 o'clock wor- j I LAYMEN'S RETREATDr.

Six members of the Rotary I an equivalent general education. I and when the note was found. ship service in First Baptist Allen Reynolds was in
Club' of Bunnell attended the 1 Most people find the tests inter- I'|He said he would send the finder Church next Sunday, October 15, ![Leesburg during the past week-
,Rotary Club of Palatka's Ladies esting and not too difficult; $2.00 for their trouble. Rev. Thomas Pinner, pastor of end the Retreat
I i attending Laymen's -
most adults who read well t the church said I
Night which was held on Thursday pass today. I| at the Methodist Church
t evening at the Palatka Civic the tests. The adult equival- REV. SPICER.ATTENDING John B. 'Jack' Hosford and : Youth Camp there.'CIGARETTE .
Center. ency diploma, which is issued \ RETREAT DeWayne Metts, who were elected I
Following a smorgasbord style by the state Department of Ed- I to the office of deacon October I,' TAX
dinner they enjoyed the "Rotary ucation, will serve to get adults I Rev. \V. L. Spicer Jr., pastor 1, will be ordained. This,
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Follies" presented by membersof into most colleges; it will satisfy of the Bunnell Methodist Churchis Rev. Pinner said, will be a beautiful : REFUNDS RECEIVED
the Palatka Club. Civil Service requirements in Leesburg this week attending and meaningful service and BY FLAGLER CITIES
Those attending from the Bun I state merit system requirements I the Annual Pastor's School the seriousness of the deacon's [ Flagler county municipalitieshave
nell Club were: Past-President !I I etc.Interested. I being held at the Methodist office will be seen. '[ received from the State
Louis Steflik and his Rotary adults should con- I Youth Camp there. Dr. Parrish is known in Bun- 'Beverage Dept. the following
', Ann, Joy, Dewey Moody and his tact Mrs. Luellen at CL 5-1476, I, The retreat involves studies in nell, having been guest speakerin '. amounts collected on sale of
Rotary Ann, Murtice, Tom Holden Daytona Beach, or Mr. Smith, missions, pastorlal care, practical PTA last year and having cigarettes in their corporate
and his Rotary Ann, Ethel, CL 2-1732, Daytona Beach, to ministry. church history, recreation conducted a revival here April limits in August:
Charlie Tonkin and his Rotary I I make the necessary preliminary! and worship. The school 2 through 7. r I Beverly Beach, $81.04; Bun-
Ann, Viola, Homer Brooks and;I arrangements for taking the'is sponsored each year by the An invitation is extended by nell, $1,612.67; Flagler: Beach,
his Rotary Ann, Mable, and I 1 tests. Florida Methodist Conference. Rev. Pinner to attend. $672.65; and Marineland $100.03. I Ii

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M. H. Parker, educational television 's
chairman of the Bunnell I
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Parent-Teacher Association is reminding -
the public of the College -I.
of the Air and Continental
Classroom TV program'schedule.
Following is the schedule for
this area:
College of the Air
.BIOLOGY '

Channel 4, 6:20 a. m. to 6:50
Mon.-Fri.:

Channel 6, 6:30 a. m. to 7:00
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Mon.-Fri.
CONTINENTAL CLASSROOM .
AMERICAN GOVERNMENT I Left to right, kneeling, Wilber Sheffield, Flynn Edmonson, Dean Peterson.: Eric Kuleski, Mickey
Channel, 6:30 a. m. to 7:00 Ramsey, David Cook Paul ,Staton, Jerry Burnsed, Harry Kuleski, Randy Morris. Standing, ,left to .
Mon.-Fri, right, Coach Bo Manuel, Quentin Emery, Mike Cook, Tommy Polk, Brice Hosford, PeeWee Knight, "z
>, Take advantage of. the.above Mike McMillan, Ronnie Canakaris Tommy Robertson, BeBe Moody, Charlie McCraney. and Assistant
ETV Programs.. Coach Cliff McGriff. *; .


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J ONSERVATmN' NEWS I t ,AREA. ,BUSINESS. ::-DIRECTORY 1

By Tilmon W. Robinson <" "V -- c*

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R. W. Deen, Jr., chairman of .a
.AIR CONDITIONING-HEATING ]FLORIST
he Board of Supervisors, Flagler ,

Soil; Conservation District, an- FLORIDA AIRCONDITIONING !I I Whatever The Occasion

lounced today that the Court. CO. ]I -Say It With Flowers

By Leslie Pacha louse in Bunnell has been see Of Daytona. Inc. I I fromBlack's

1 ected as the polling place for ,AIR CONDmONING-HEATING I Flower

HIGH_ RANKING BULLDOGS game H. Kuleski, halfback, and IE election of supervisors.All GENERAL SHEET :METAL 1 II Shop

MEET DRAGONS TONIGHTThe 1 the Indian game in the first t qualified voters are urged "We're Proud of Our'Wor Phone ID 7-3348

i.quarter. ,Ronnie Canakaris, big to: visit this poll between the 330 Walker. Holly Hill OR 7-6120 111 N. Forsythe Bunnelt

Bunnell Bulldogs will !all-conference tackle for three I hours of 8 A.M. and 5 P.M. on FUEL OILKING'S
AUTO SERVICE
travel too St. Augustine tonight seasons and was going on one Tuesday, November 17th and 'I

(Thursday) to meet the, D & B of his greatest seasons, was In. )ast their vote for candidate of McDANIEL'S I TRUCK STOP

Dragons who are still lookingfor jured and will be out for the ,t tt heir: choice to fill District Supervisor Service Station ,PHILLIPS 66 GAS & OILSj.
first win this season.
their remainder of this season. !]: vacancy.
I STANDARD OIL PRODUCTS L. IRWIN Prop.
The Bulldogs are tied for the Ronnie, who was quite a Candidates are Raymon Tucker LubricationTiresBatteriesFuel

lead in the St Johns Conferencewith spark and a team leader this << and Alfred Tucker. Tires-Batteries-Minor Repairs Oil, Kerosene, Tractor Fue
Bunnell
ID 7.7119
Father Lo It was quite a shock to Qualified voters include all
Hastings and season. ,
U.S. 1 N. Bunnell ID 7.3678
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at three conference wins the team to see their sprak leave 1 those eligible to vote in any
pez who in addition I Biddle Gulf ServiceGASOILLUBRICATION I
J general election,
each. The Dragons are a light the field. The Bulldogs playedto I GARDEN SHOP
tie in the first 14: is a landowner within the
team but will be trying to pick a scoreless
off the preseason favorite. half. t district.: GULF TIRES & BATTERIES I Gray's Garden Center

Alsobrook has The purpose of the Soil Conservation Open 7 A.M.-10 P.M.-7 Days Headquarter far Gardening Needs
Coach James Bulldogs Lndians '
District subdivision Gifts Dry Arrangement
, some promising ball players I 14 First Downs 7 : a State&Lambert US 1-ID 7-7190 Materials
-......... !af state government, is to assist I Annuals Fertilizers
that can throw that ball around. 175 Yards rushing 62 !i Shrubbery
The Dragons have halfback Bill I7 Pass Att. 11 landowners in conservation of Colonial Service StationEARL TORO LAWN MOWERS
!soil: water, vegetative and wildlife I'

E. 147 Tomoka Avenue-Ph. OR 7-051'
scooter who 45 RICE ProprietorGASOILLUBRICATION
Kahley, a. 135 pound 58 Yards passing ORMONDI
] and
resources, reducing
has good deception, and Roy 1 Pass intercepted 0 I
Demott, a sticky fingered fllank- 1 fubles lost 01|]4 damage: by floods and sedi MOTOR TUNE-UP I HARDWARE

er who knows how to get moving 7-32 punts 8.35 I P mentation.The GOODYEAR TIRES & BATTERIESU.S. I
district has' service facili HIWAY 1 BUNNELL [THAT FAMOUS PAINT
the
once he latches onto 75 penalized 5
ties and funds from Federal,
pigskin. The Bulldogs came out in the ED'S CExclusively at'I'
State:; County and private
Kenny Renfroe is quarterbackand second half to get the win for l 'I
sources for use in carrying out PURE OIL STATION FLAGLER BEACHHARDWARE
is quite a leader for the Ronnie. The boys were inspired. I DtlWl1';
Its work. Soil and water
conservation
in Wash &
Specializing Waxing
Dragons. James Leek, a 150 Bebe .Moody hit Jerry Burnsed

pound 15-year-old is stirring up for a 35 yard pass: with Jerry is one of the major Batteries-Accessories I j Flagler Beach HE 9-2103 1
reasons for our abundance of
commotion with his pass catch and Wilbur carrying the ball..I' MINOR REPAIRSu. \
food and fiber materials in the Hwy. 1-Ilunnell-ID 7-3138 .
antics. See all at St. went over for the touch- '
ing you Jerry
I,United States, according to R. I j Village HardwarCenter
Augustine. down, with Tommy Polk throwing BAR AND PACKAGE STOREBAMBOO
t ]Deen, Jr., chairman of the W.I HOUSE PAINTS I
Probable Lineup a nice block. The extra point i
districtIn Match and mix any color
Bulldogs Dragons missed.
:McCraney LE Demott The last quarter the Bulldogs i the world today, six out BAR & COCKTAIL 1{Builder's Supplies Kitchenware
of every ten people go to bed LOUNGE I GIFTS GREETING CARDS
Cook LT Toney opened up a hole for Abbott who I: *
hungry at night, he pointed out, DANCING FRIDAY & SATURDAY AlA Ormond Beach CL 2.0420
Emery LG Helmy took off like an Atlas Missile ; I
,chiefly because a sound program FROM 9 !
C Terry for 68 and touchdown.
Hosford yards a
of conservation and development SUNDAY FROM 6 P.M. I
Knight RGBlaton Sheffield caught a pass for the : JEWELER
Ocean Blvd AlA Flagler Beach
I of soil and water resources -
Polk RT Lewis extra point with the Bulldogs ,
has not been practiced. BRENNAN Jewelers
:McMillan RE Leek going on to win 130. MILLAND BAR AND ,
I"It is highly essential," he said, Diamonds-Diamond Setting
Moody QB Renfroe The Bulldogs played a good COCKTAIL LOUNGEEddie
"that we continue to provide our I i Fine Jewelry and Gifts
Burnsed LHB Kaley game. Boys like Dean Peterson, ,
'Soil Conservation Districts with I & Mary Shultz. Props. ; Hamilton, Bulova, Benrus
Edmonson
Ramsey RHB Brimgham Don McNab, Flynn
I capable leadership. Althoughthis PACKAGE GOODS I Watches
Sheffield FB Walters and Jess Overby played some
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is not a general election, 9 a. m.-2 a. in-Sun. 1 p. m. 2 a. m. Watches -Jewelry-Clocks Repaired < ''I i
good ball. Team work looked Ocean IJlvd-Flaeler BeachBETH'S 60 E. Granada-Ormond-OR 7-505S
10 Year Standing everyone is urged to exercise

Bunnell vs. D & B very good. 'Nice game fellas. I.their voting right. A vote for SEASIDE
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Bunnell 0067 TD, Burnsed FURNITURE
12-0 your candidate for
1960 your Flagler
TD, Abbott I' BAR & GRILL
1959 39-7 .SCO Supervisor is a vote for self- I Ormond Bedding and
Indians 0000 Pat, Shff'ld I. FOR FINEFOOD
1958 20-6 I.i government and the conserva- I Furniture Co.

1957 0-6 i i tion of soil and water resources. Substantial Discounts on AllBIDSSOI'ASFUItNITUILE

1956 20-6 PAUL KAISER TAKES I As in any election, the voter has I 3 mi. N. of Flagler on AlA I I $10 Tradein Covers Down Payment'

1955 38-6 OVER SCORING LEAD I the opportunity write-in on Open 7 A.M.-l1 P.M. j R. S. ROBENBERRY, Owner

1954 34-7 Td Pat Fg the ballot. I BUILDING SUPPLIES | 69 Granada Ormond Ileh. OR 7-6411

1953 7-6 Kaiser, Hastings 9 7 0 61I I I I

1952 12-0 Burnsed, Bunnell 8 3 0 51 i THE OUTBOARDER WICKLINE 'PAINTS

1951 0-19' Penny Fr. Lopez 5 8 1 41 'Authorized '
Evinrude Dealer Building Supplies
Kuleski, Bunnell 4 2 0 26 bOATS JERRY'S PAINT MART'PITTSBURGH
ACCESSORIES REPAIRS
182-63 i McMillan, Bunnell 4 2 0 26 i CEMENT CEMENT BLOCKS
'I Dockage Storage Free Ramp
Farley, Callahan 4 2 0 26\\ WE FINANCE II STEEL Paints-Finishes

BULLDOGS WIN NO. 4 BUT I Hunter, Hastings 3 4 0 22 I II I 825 Ballough Rd-Daytona I Flagler Beach '- HE 9.2254 Paint Sundries-Wallpaper

LOSE RONNIE CANAKARIS -- 38 W. Granada-ormond
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FOR BALANCE OF SEASON Hastings Spudsters Goal 'I FREE PAINTOne ; BOTTLE GASHARRIS ORange 7-0761 I

Bunnell Bulldogs, preseason Line Crossed I extra gallon of your choice I: GAS I i ,

favorite, were pushed in the W L % pt op I with each gallon you buy BOTTLE BOTTLE or BULK ,[ROOFER

second half to come out and r jEDGEMON ROOFING CO.
Bunnell 4 0 1000 130 13 Mary Carter Paint Store FLAGLER COUNTY'S ONLY
score 13 points to send the Bald. I Manufacturers of
Hastings 4 0 1000 150 6 HOME OWNED GAS
win Indians back to their camp- Callahan 3 1 750 80 411 I Alao ''eataate Shooplng Center PHONE ID 7.3551 COMPANY Cement Tile Roofing !'

ing ,ground with defeat number C. City 3 1 750 109 57 I i I ALL TYPES OF ROOFING
RCA VICTOR Help Flagler County Grow i
Fast Service
three. i j Dependable
Fr. Lopez 3 1 750 88 8
The Bulldogs who have been St. Joses 2 2 500 31 99 LIVING COLOR TV I I By Shopping at Home HWY. 1 N. ORMOND

running up victory after victoryare Baldwin 1 3 250 41 59 "LOOK FOR THE IMCTUHE CONCRETE PRODUCTS ORange 7.5177. 7.1793 j I
IN THE "'IN DOW"Southem
paying for every win. In the. I Pierson 0 3 000 0 105 Radio & Television RESTAURANT .

Orange park game the Bulldogs:,.D& B 0 4 000 25 101 226 E. Granada- Ph. OR 7-2001 Your "Q" For ConcreteDial i

lost, their promising end Randy Keystone 0 4 000 7 155 ORMOND CL 3.8113 SUE-Z-Q RESTAURANT '
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Morris who has been out withan I --- LunchesDinnersSandwichesOPEN
: DAYTONA BEACH ,
army injury. The St Joe,, t ORMOND PRESCRIPTION
24 HOURS DAILY
I Games Week of October 13 PHARMACYSick I Quillian's Concrete, Inc.

I Crescent City vs. Fr. Lopez Room Supplles-Sundrles 152 W Granada-Ormond Beach

i Bunnell vs. D & B HOSPITAL SUPPLIES CLEANERS Open 6 Ml1 P.M. at

Community Hastings vs. St. Joes i 24-Hour Prescription Service .I i 146 S. Atlantic-Ormond

Memorial ChurchInterdenominational Keystone Hts vs. Callahan I Free Delivery in Flagler Beach BUNNELL CLEANERSWE
lit. AlA 1 mL North of
Baldwin vs. Pierson ORMOND BEACH-TeL OR 7.1661JIlr GIVE TV STAMPS RIGHT ON THE BEACHShrimpSteakChopsChicken

AIR CONDITIONED Open Daily S to 8
Prep Picking by Little MoeBunnell Phone ID 7-3188 Sandwiches and Shakes
Daytona Ave. 3fflaglrrBUIfWELL. wribunr Sandwiches and Pies
32 D & B 0 115 N. Bay St Bunnell
,FLAGLER BEACH I BREAKFAST ANYTIME
Hastings 34 St Joe 6

Sunday School 10:00 A.M. C.City 19 Fr. Lopez 14 'FLORIDA I DRUG STORES Ocean Spray Restaurant

Church Service 11:00 A.M.R. Keystone 0 Call han44- i AlA 1 :Mile South of Pier

Baldwin 36 Pierson 0! MRS. M. B. FULLER, Editor Moody's PharmacyFlagler
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W.. DICKERT. Paator I Used Furniture-Upholstery
EVERYONE WELCOME II Season record'-7, right; 3 I County's Corner Drug Store
I Designated OffleUl Pvblle tl.B PRESCRIPTIONS
A wrong. JOE WELLBORN
for Public TUtlee .f FlaelerCuty
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IIiSIRE Insured & lest Assired and the State .f Florida USED FURNITURE
-Stay BunnelL Fla. Phone ID 7.3661 New Bedding-Mattress RenovatingFurniture

UphoUterln*- Trade*
Entered mm MCOB* ,claaa matter SERVICE
ELECTRIC 1094 Flnmlah Holly Hill-CL. 3-2275
GET THE ,BEST PROTECTION FROMH. February I.1.li at the pst. eat *

Ba..)). Florida. under met el PROMPT ELECTRIC SERVICE PUBLISHERS & PRINTERS

March 3. ,187V. BUNNELL MOTOR COMPANY
T. COOK A6ENCYCitizen RESIDENTIAL INDUSTRIAL The Flagler Tribune

One ,year,. tJ.lO COMMERCIAL' A MATXTEJTAWCECALL Publishers Printers

Bank BMg. BmeM, Flee ] ,etx monthw, tLH I HUBERT PELUCER Phone ID 7.3282

ID 7-3301 DAY W1-s<<8 NIGHT I BUNNELL, FLORIDA
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'Thursday,' October' 12, 1961 THE FLAGLER TRIBUNE, BUNNELL, FLORIDA PAGE THREE

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Gardening FloridaThere i will never let a tomcat sit atop I plant hedges because most'.i shows up in surinamcherry, wax 1 KLAGL.ER IN TilE CIRCUIT COUNTY,COURT FLORIDA OF,
In
I it and squall at you by night. plants are more or less dormant privet and orangejessaminehedges. 'I IN CHANCERY NO. 4340
MARY CASSIDY,
II I I and will stand a move with less .. Plaintiff
is a hedge for every ;I For those without ,motives, =shock than when they are flush 1 vs.
purpose. there are plants that will NOTICE I FRANKLIN CASSIDY.
many with tender growth. It is best SUPERVISORS Defendant.
i The Trifoliate-orange shape into ornamental hedgesfor I to set deciduous plants during ELECTION FOR OF TERMS TWO OF FOUR NOTICE TO DEFEND.
thorny 'I beauty's sake alone. YEARS EACH FOR FLAGLER THE STATE OF FLORIDA. TO:
hedge* may not keep the :Mar I winter. SOIL CONSERVATION DISTRICT. Franklin Cassidy
.I October 17. 1961 292 New Brunswick Avenue
tians out, but it will hinder other I I These include the Turks Cap, Prior to planting prepare the Pursuant to the Soil Conservation Matawan N. J. -.
I Act. Chapter 582. Florida You are hereby notified that a
invaders from making a raceway Golden Wattle,
Glossy Abelia
I soil by cultivating a strip 4 feet .Statutes of 1949 and Chapter 28094of suit has been filed against you in
of your favorite flower bed. azalea, Bougainvillea, snowbush, wide and mix an ample amount 1953 notice is hereby given of the above entitled cause; and you
I an election to be held on October are hereby required to file your answer -
I pale butterflybush, Golden Dewdrop of well rotted manure. If the : 17. 1961 for the election of two (2) with the Clerk of this Court _
Where ordinances prevent elec. Hibis I supervisors for terms of four (4) and to serve a copy thereof upon
the yaupon'I poinsettia, Feijoa, .soil is quite sandy, then dig a years each. the plaintiff or plaintiffs attorney,
trie shock fences, try I
J Oriental whose name and address is:
cus, Podocarpus and Polling place: Courthouse Bun-
the
trench 18 inches and
I or Ilex vomitoria. This compact deep nell. Florida. .I IPol Ray Selden
I Arborvitae. width of the hedge row. Fill liner: place will be open be- I Selden Building
hedge usually becomes the home tween the hours of 8:00 A. M. and Daytona Beach. Florida
of wasps and serves the same L For additional listings of the trench with a mixture of 5:00 P.M.: I not 1961.later than October 27th A. D.
I I that I Ii top soil and manure. If avail All qualified electors residing If fail to do so, decree pro
purpose against all comers. hedge plants are adapted within the District shall be eligible you
able, organic matter such as to vote in this election.A I confesso will be entered againstyou ;
i jto your locality contact your oualified elector as defined in for the relief demanded in the
, To hide the fallout shelter county agricultural agent or, leaves, dead grass, weeds, peat the Florida Soil Conservation Act I bill of complaint. The nature of
from the tax assessor, plant a or straw will help enrich sandy includes any person qualified to I said suit being for divorce.
I your nurseryman. I vote in general elections under the WITNESS my hand and seal of
wax privet hedge.If soil. Constitution and Statutes of this said Court this 21st day of September
{ Selection of the
1 proper hedge state who is also a landowner in I A. D 1961.
tax evasion is not the mo plant is vital. the herein named district.M. (Official Seal)
j After it is established fertilizethe
: O. Watkins Administrator E. A. SMYTHE
tive then it is still a good idea .1 If the lot is small, a lowI hedge twice a year, according State Soil Conservation Board I Clerk of said Circuit Court
.to consider this fast growing I is Oct. 5-12-2tc Sept. 28 & Oct. 5-12-19-Itc'JWJJMFJWf_
hedge the best choice. Or, if
+,i plant, because it puts on a I j the lot is large, then you can ,I j namental to University experts. of They Florida say ap-or- I r...................,....,..,.....-.........rl"....rl"rl"...,;......,......I...fill,..,...Y *

mass of glossy-green foliage and :consider larger growing hedges 'ply 2 to 4 pounds of fertilizer FOR ALL HOURS-DAY OR NIGHT
will adapt itself to all owners. consider several combinationsof
or I I
I per 100 square feet of hedge row.
I This includes those who like to hedge plants to give you
I pester the plant every week I color throughout the year. I Because of the many soil I AMBULANCE
:
" with the shears and those who Before selecting a hedge plantbe 'types. and scores of plants used PHONE VAlley 4-1625

neglect the plant. I sure it will serve your pur- I for hedges, it is a,good idea to !I SERVICE ST. AUGUSTINE. FLORIDA

t!. If you drive a compact car l pose. Learn if the plant that 'contact your county agent for
car and own a home and a I[you have in mind will grow in I correct analysis of fertilizer to I Never be hesitant about calling a Garcia Ambulance. We

,1\ miniature, size lot, then considerthe .1[partial shade, stand strong I apply.In !I are always at your service with promptness safety and
Chinese Boxorange (Seve- I gusts of wind or will tolerate general, azalea hedges
: rinia buxifolia) hedge. This is I[salt 'spray. Learn of all the advantages 'need an acid-type fertilizer plus experience..

,t an attractive dwarf plant that i[ and disadvantages be- 'I spray applications of iron to Equipped With Oxygen Resusitator and Inhalator
;+ is ideal for either a formal or 'fore planting. keep the foliage ,from turning

: informal demarcation of your Most varieties of hedge plantscan yellow. Crapemyrtle, cattley Garcia Funeral Home
I I
lot boundary. _- be set at any time during.|guava and wax privet hedges
I Severinia is better than a the year except during periodsof often need a special application I I P. E. GARCIA, Licensed Funeral Director

! wooden spite fence, because the t drought. ,lof. manganese to keep them I LADY ASSISTANT

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LUNA BABBITT "I
Telephone HEmlock 92098: ,

FLAGLER BEACH P.-T. A. WOMAN'S CLUB NEWS r
PLANNING FOR CARNIVALThe
A business meeting of the
Executive Board and Room Flagler Woman's Club was held' '
VALUES
:Mothers of the Flagler Beach Wednesday afternoon at the I '
PTA met Monday evening at the club building. Club President, ATFLAGLER

school to make arrangements for Isla Kester, said the meeting
the Halloween Carnival which program called for an open forum

I is to be Saturday, October 28th, discussion on Fallout .
I beginning at 4 P. M. Shelters, committee chairmenwill
Chairman for the carnival will be announced, and plansfor FOOD STORE
be Mrs. Jo Ann Moyer and cochairman the club year will be pre-
will be Mrs. Jo Ann sented.
Sheeler. Mrs. Jasper White and Mrs. FLAGLER BEACHPRICES
The membership drive was Harry Treadwell will be hostsses t
also discussed and .Mrs. Mae and Mrs. Gladine Chalfinch, hospitality I GOOD- Thurs.-Fri.Sat Oct 12-13-14, 1961
Whitney, chairman stated, thatit chairman, welcomed
was now in process. Membersand members and guests at the door.
friends who wish to becomea MrS. Flossie Haines said a j, Large Size
member should contact her at Florida Power and Light Company I
this time.FLAGLER. Cooking School is scheduled V. .
for October 25 at the club- \
LARV.V.
BEACHMETHODIST house. The school will begin at I pkgQcI ,
CHURCH 1 o'clock in the afternoon and
plans include a demonstrationof
Sunday, October 15, will be
the electric oven. More plans
Layman's Day at the Flagler will be announced next week, ri DETERGENT
Beach Methodist Church, according she stated. I
to the pastor Rev. R. N.
Hoover. The laymen will have RUMMAGE SALE I FolgernCOFFEE
of the service and the
charge
I II
: The Flagler Woman's Club
singing wll also be by the lay- I will
hold a Rummage Sale FrI-
men. day and Saturday, October 13.14,
The WSCS will have a regular at the old post office buildingon Ib..
at the homeof
meeting Thursday
Central Avenue. Sale hours
Mrs.: Ray Lehr to make fur- will be from 9 A.M. to 5- P. M.I 29
ther plans on two importantevents Mrs. Esther Heydt, fund
for them. They are their chairman, reports that there will can
which will be
Country Fair No-
be bargains for all in many
vember 17 and the Smorgasbordwhich I
kinds of clothing and merchan-
will be February 9th. dise. An invitation to "stop and Shurfresh '

shop" is extended to all. Club I
COMMUNITY MEMORIAL members will assist during the
CHURCH ANNOUNCEMENTSThe two day sale. Proceeds from the
Community Memorial sale will be used toward payingthe COOKING OIL 39i
Church Guild will hold a meet- mortgage balance on the qt
2 P M.
ing on Thursday at at Woman's Club building.
I.I the church and Mrs. Harry Han-
salpaker will be hostess. REVIVAL AT BAPTIST ,LIMIT ONE OF EACH WITH $7.00 OR MORE FOOD ORDER I
I Rev. R. W. Dickert, pastor of CHURCH RAN TEN DAYS '
. the. Community Memorial Rev. Major Arrowood from
Church, announced that his sub- Bristol, Va., has been conductinga 21/2 King ColePEACHES I Libbys VIENNASAUSAGE ,
ject next Sunday morning will revival in the First Baptist $ 00 I
the Fires of 5 S forl00
be "What Kindles Church and Gene Blalock fromSt. for & I '
Judgment." Sunday school be- Augustine has been leadingthe
gins each Sunday at 10 A. M. singing. It ended Wednesday '46 oz. CanHAWAIIAN Luncheon Meat
with Mrs. V. W. Haines super- 00 I
intendent and worship service is service.evening Rev. Arrowood with a baptismal has beena punch 3 fa:1 I PREM a 790
at 11' A. M.ENTERTAINS. for
visitor here many times in the
Betty Crocker
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I past ten years and was not a Holsum PEANUT
t FRIENDSAT stranger to the church members. CAKE MIXES 3 $100
SATURDAY A COOK-OUT EVENINGMr. The Woman's Missionary' Society for BUTTER. 3 "r 89*
met on Tuesday afternoon No. 300 Can Joan of Arc i
: and Mrs. Leonard Moody at the home Mrs. E. M. Spiveyfor I KIDNEY Food KingOLEO I
entertained a few friends at a the general program "That cans I .
, hamburger fry Saturday evening Their Ways Might Be Known."I BEANS 2 Z5e Z Zge .
! at their home in Venice Park. It presented an interesting program i
Those enjoying the affair with on Indonesia and Malaya.' j ---- _- -
i them were Mr. and Mrs. E. P. The business meeting followed 1 I QUALITY l\lEATS-- I I
I Britt and Mr. and Mrs. GeorgeM. the study period and ,
' Moody of Flagler Beach; Mr' Ethel Rumill gave a report 1\lrs\I Grade "A" Beef Copeland SmokedPICNICS
( and Mrs. H. E. King, Mr. and the WMU' Associational meeting:I
Mrs. M. B. McDaniel, Mr. and ,in Palatka last week. I CHUCK
Mrs.' C. L. McGriff, Mr.' and Mrs.I 39*
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\ J. R. Murray' Mr. and 11rs.Val' I Mr.' and Mrs.' R. A. Gadapee I ROAST lb. 49Tender lb.
, ter S. Morris, and Mrs. Myrna j arrived last week from Vermont
,j Knight, all of Bunnell. [to spend some time at their 12
! home here. oz. CopelandFRANKSpkg39'
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! Visitors with Mr. and Mrs.I
CHUCK
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Kenneth Whitney last week Mr.' and Mrs. Robert Read *
\\1 I. were his parents, Mr. and Mrs: from Gainesville spent the *
end in their beach home. 59
f W. Whitney from Clermont. week-I STEAK lb.
They also visited with Mr.' and l '
j'! Mrs.\' Willis White. ( Continued on page I Palm River
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THE FLAGLfc U IKIBUNE. BUNNELL.. FLORIDA PAGE FIVE
Thursday, October 12, 1961, : .
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inine wiles, she could get the Boyd, come to our library and
_.- : -. 'I I THE BOOK NOOK ;necessary data that would be check out the book, "The, Smil-

13 1 I I "The South shall rise again.:' 'most I useful to the Southern ing Rebel.

I This is my feeling after reading Army. Library Assistant
I about the vivacious Confederate j i i Jamesene Dawson
I Belle was imprisoned three
Belle who did all
,
JLOCAL$1J spy: Boyd times; the first because she
I she could to help our side win
trusted a Confederate soldier,
[the Civil War, by carrying messages
whom she loved, but he turned Sarah E. Martel
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I to Stonewall Jackson and
out to' be an ardent Union
Class of 1936 MRS. HALL FETED AT I I I procuring information from the sympathizer. NOTARY PUBLIC
A DINNER PARTY I Union soldiers.
I I !i II FLAGLER BEACH
'I
Holds Reunion SUNDAY ,EVENINGMrs. To learn more about the adventurous
Through the use of her fern- HE 9-2203-Lehfgh St.
1 Friday NightMr. J. C. Hall, Sr., was hon I escapades of Belle

ored guest at.a dinner party - - - -
and Mrs. John A. Clegg .
were hosts at the Bunnell High Sunday evening at .the home of Mr. and Mrs. Walter Knight

I School Class of 1936 Reunion Mr. and Mrs. M. B. :McDaniel.f'have returned from a two weeks Ji

Friday night at their home, on Pine Street. The occasion was vacation spent visiting in Missouri :I

North Palmetto Street. in celebration of her birthday, with friends. They also
which occurred on Friday, and I spent a short time in Pensacola ;i For Sale .
t
The group met at the Clegg was a complete surprise to her.! visiting with Mr. and Mrs. I

home and went to the Bunnell I I Bobby French and family. .I,I ,
\ Restaurant where they enjoyed Those enjoying the party with'I '

dutch treat dinner. Following her were members of her fam- I
a I I:
;j.w. the dinner they attended the ily which included her childrenand Lynda Cody is a patient in .5. : Lots
Bunnell-Baldwin ''Football game. grandchildren., They included 1,[the Flagler Clinic and Hospital.' :

1 Following the game the group : for medical treatment. :

gathered ati the Clegg home for Mr. and Mrs. Dave Dobson of !
cake and coffee. The anniversary Paul Peters of Gainesville
I Flagler Beach; Mr. and Mrs. J. BUY NOW
time here ,. .
cake was decorated in the class I spent some Friday
R. Shelton and ,children, Mr. and
afternoon with friends.
visiting i I
\ colors. Mrs. Jack Hall and children, :Mr.I
Mr. and He was principal of the Bunnell ,
Those attending were
I
i and Mrs. M. B. McDaniel and
\ Mrs. Julian Caudill of Elizabeth- I High School several years ago : PRICES ARE ADVANCING
Butch, and A. M. McDaniel, all I
I ton, Tenn.; Mr. and Mrs. Jerry of Bunnell. I and he came over to attend the
; Hosford, Orlando; :Mr. and Mrs. .Class of 1936 Reunion held on I Ii L
I i 3 Lots Ridgewood and Bacher St.
.
Friday night.
O. K. Herr, Mr. and Mrs. Jack
Mrs. Herbert Allen and daughter f-
1 Hosford, Duane Deen, the Cleggs I
, all of Bunnell; Jim Camp and Miss Fern Allen, were in Herbert Allen is in the Flag 3 Lots Ridgewood and Chapel St.
I Tallahassee last week where ler Clinic and Hospital receiving
Paul Peters of Gainesville; Mr. I
Fern took the Cosmetology Board medical treatment. I I
of the
i Peters was principal
examination. ALL BLOCK No. 164 with 4 STREET FRONTAGES.
School in 1936.Following .
the ,game Mr. and Hobe Mountain in Jonathan
Mrs. T. E. Holden joined them Martell Hunter and daughter,I Dickinson State Park comes from \

for a social hour. Mrs. Holdenwas Marilyn Christopher, and Melba I the pronunciation of the Spani '
room mother for the class ,Tucker were in Tallahassee i ish word Jobe. The Jobe Indians j \ McDonogh Development Co.

from grade school through high Tuesday and Wednesday of last i lived nearby and captured Jona-
school. I week. Marilyn took the Cosmetology I thon Dickinson and his party
BUNNELL, FLORIDA
Board examinationheld I when they were shipwrecked be-

JUNIOR WOMAN'S CLUB there and Melba was her tween what is now Jupiter and

MEETS TUESDAYThe model. I Stuart. "

Junior Woman's Club met --

, Tuesday evening at the Wom
r an's Club Buliding for a business



I l 'V."Floral Mrs.Peavy and Arrangements.Sue program was Spivey hostess meeting."spoke for Mrs.the on H. I NOW A NEW WORLD OF WORTH !


t. evening. ,

\L The club plans to hold a bake

sale on the second Saturdayr
morning of each month. They

\, will hold the sale on a down-
town street of Bunnell.


ROBIN WENDORE WILSONMr.

and Mrs. James E. Wilson, .

Jr., of Holly Hill, are the parentsof I

an eight pound and three
ounce daughter born October 1.
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She has been given the name

of Robin Wendore. .
I llrs.ViIson is the former Miss ri :_

I Margaret Ann McCort, daughter
r.r
of Mrs. Raymond Smith of Bun-
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i t ELIZABETH KNIGHT II I II
4. I
\ Mr. and Mrs. Gene Knight of b JJJw II I I

,. Bunnell announce the arrival of } I
a daughter, born October 7 in St.
Vincent's Hospital in,, Jackson %) : I

ville. She weighed seven pounds

and two ounces and has been :L:1J: i
given the name of Elizabeth.Mrs. .
Knight is the former Miss


Kathy JONIE Anderson JAYNE KNIGHT of Bunnell. I '62 CHEVROLET JOB MASTER TRUCKS .N


I Mr. and Mrs. Eldon Knight '

P are the parents of a daughter : Power Y111bsfttoolrequae 1
I born at the Glendale Hospitalin WITH NEW High Torque .

Palatka Wednesday: October NEW CHEVROLET-CM DIESEL DURABIUTY
4. She weighed five pounds Here's new High Torque power for that let drivers see up to 10J& feet more of Here's new earning power for middle-
and thirteen every weight class-light, medium and the road directly ahead. Like Chevrolet's weights...rock-bottom maintenance
ounces. She has heavy..the most powerful engines in proved Independent Front Suspension for costs, compact size, low weight, top
has been given the name of torque and top
power.
Chevrolet history...sure saving power even smoother riding, easier working
i Jonie Jayne. and dependability for every job trucks. Like the heavier duty hypoid rear .
There are plenty of powerful reasons for axles for middleweights and the rugged
Chevy superiority. High torque reasons. new I-beam front axles (9,000-11,000-1.
TV SERVICEALL Reasons that range all the way from a capacity) available for extra-tough jobs on ..
mighty new High Torque 409 V8 for Series 80 heavyweights. Like the longer ;
MAKES heavies, right down to the thrifty Sixes lived mufflers. Like work-proved Corvair Cot VS
For including'the High Torque 261 Six that's 95's ((2 pickups and a panel) that haul up to 390 Ibs-ft aqua;
Agent
available for the first time in light-duties. 1,900Ibs0 .of payload with low-cost dependa- .
Loads of other reasons,too. Like the new bility and sure rear-engine traction. Like to NEW RICH TORQUE V8 With 16'A per
RCA & PHILCO work styling with downward-sloping hoods know more? See your Chevrolet dealer. cent available more from torque Chevrolet.than ever before
-Optional tt.extra cod -
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TUBES TESTED FREETV See your local, authorized Chevrolet dealer ; .--',,'. .
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PAGE :SIX THE FLAGLER TRIBUNE, BUNNELL, FLORIDA Thursday, October 12, 1961

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Said Mr and :Mrs. L. Z. Bell and REQUEST FOR BIDS IN TilE CIRCUIT COURT OF

Pangolagrass j : foeacn family from Seville spent last Sealed bids will be received in I FLAGLER COUXTY. FLORIDA.
J-fagfer the office of the City Clerk of the IX CHANCERY' NO. 4346 '

'' weekend here fishing.Mr. City of Bunnell. Florida. in the RUTH BULDO.
"Best AllAound"Ill j Civic Center Building on or before 1 Plaintiff
12:00 o'clock noon on the 6th day vs.
Continued trom Page 4 I of November-. D. 19.61, for one JOSEPH BULDO,
Silage Study j I and Mrs. Peter Dzioba of 1962 8-cylinder 4-doorsedan with Defendant.

:Mr. and Mrs. Alfred Juenglinghave I Ormond were visitors here Sun with the following specifications: I NOTICE TO DEFEND
Minimum wheelbase of 118" THE STATE OF
FLORIDA. TO:
the home here after
received returned I day.
Pangolagrass Minimum 200 h. p. V8 engine I Joseph Buldo

"best all-round" rating \in a spending two weeks in Cocoa 40-amp low cut-in generator 793 West Broad Street
7.10 x 15 tires t Westfleld N. J.
grass silage study recently completed j with their grandchildren.Mr. Robert Schatz and his son, Automatic transmission You are hereby notified that a
I Fresh air heater I suit has been filed
at the University of Flor- I! Douglas, left during the week- Power steering +].J the above entitled cause against; and you you In

ida. I end to make a trip to Birmingham Spot light ,are hereby required to file your an-
: and Mrs. Rufus Miller and Color: white or equivalent j swer with the Clerk of this Court.
I Ala. for: several days. A trade-in allowance on 1960. 8- and to serve a copy thereof upon
"Good silage is especially valuable ;son have returned home, after I cylinder automatic transmission. the plaintiff or plaintiffs attorney,

to Florida cattlemen," visiting ten days in Silver IX TilE CIRCUIT COURT E' EX- 4-door Ford and transferring of 'J whose Ray name Selden and address is:
NTII JUDICIAL CIRCUIT IN AND siren from old car to new to be
states P. E. Loggins, assistant ,Springs, Maryland, with 'her sis FOR FLAGLER COUNTY FLORIDA considered in biddiiig. I Selden Building
IN CHANCERY CASE NO. Each bid shall be addressed to i Daytona Beach Florida
animal husbandman with the ter. 4342 the City Commissioners Bunnell. not later -than November 2. A. D.

Experiment Station. "Frequent' NELL B Florida marked "Bid for 1962, 4- t 1961
j WEBSTER.Plaintiff, door sedan." The City Commissioners If you fail to do so, decree pro
showers and high humidity I Mr. and Mrs. E. L. Hart are -vs- reserve the right to reject any j confesso will be entered againstyou

make field curing of hay a risky j I spending the weekend in Laurel t JOHN D. WEBSTER Defendant. and all bids in and bidding to waive and any also informalities to- I bill for of Complaint.the relief demanded The nature in the of

process. Ensiling allows a farmer j Bay, S. C., with their son in law DIVORCE accept the bid that in its judgmentwill I said suit being for divorce.
WITNESS my hand and seal of
NOTICE TO APPEAR be for the best interest of
to harvest field crops at the and daughter, Sgt. and Mrs. I' THE STATE OF FLORIDA TO: I the City of Bunnell. Florida. j said Court this 27th day of September -
JOHN D. WEBSTER WITNESS hand and official A. D. 1961.
of their nutritive value, |Thomas Clark. my I
:peak Puritan Cafe seal this 10th day of October. A. (Official Seal)
:regardless of weather conditions, j 2nd and Market Sts. 1961. D.I j E. A. SMYTHE
i Wilmington North Carolina Clerk of said Circuit Court
and to preserve these roughages J! Rev. and Mrs Glen Taylor of YOU ARE HEREBY NOTIFIEDthat City Levi of L. Bunnell Brannam Florida Mayor i! Oct. -l-12-19-26-4tc)

for winter feed." St. Augustine attended the Bap- a suit for divorce has been j
| filed against you In the above entitled ATTEST: RESOL11T10NWHEREAS !
f tist revival here last Friday evening cause and you are. hereby Nancy C. Ro"- "ers, City Clerk i i It is necessary and
C Agricultural Experiment Station i required to serve upon Plaintiff's Oct. 12-19-2tc ,imperative that additional revenue
and visited with friends. Attorney, whose name and address to that to be raised by General
researchers set up the test 1 appear hereon, your written defense IX TILE CIRCUIT COURT SEVENI i I Levy, be obtained for the operationand

evaluate zinc bacitracin used if any. to the Bill of Com- Til JUDICIAL CIRCUIT IX AND I maintenance of the public
to j Rev. and Mrs. Alfred Engel- plaint in said suit on or before FOR FLAfiLKR COUNTY! FLORj I free schools in Special Tax School
alone and in combination with the 27th day of October 1961: else IU.IX ( IIANC.ItNO.. 4337 I I District No. 1 in Flagler County
I mann and children from Jack- decree pro confesso will be entered HAROLD PAYNE WISEMAN, Florida, as created under and by virtue -
', ground snap corn, as a preservative sonville were visiting here on against you.WITNESS Plaintiff. i of the laws of the State of
for silage. I my hand and seal of vs. Florida, and this Board estimated
grass Friday with her parents, Mr. and said Court this 21st day of September CLAIRE THERESA WISE IAX, I that for the next two years a 10
1961. Defendant. mill tax on the real and personal
On the alert for possible improvement j Mrs. A. O. Brantley.Mrs. (SEAL) E. A. SMYTHE NOTICE TO In:" ":XIJ property, telephone, telegraph, and
I Clerk of said court IN THE NAME OF THE STATE I railroads, in said district is neces-
in silage making,
I W. L. WADSWORTHP.O. OF FLORIDA: sary for the exclusive purpos of
Joseph Baldwin and two Box 396 operating and maintaining
the researchers compared treat TO: CLAIRE THERESA WISEMAN'I the
Bunnell. Florida pubblic free schools in said district.
77 Mack Road
ed silages made with each of I daughters from Long Island, Attornev for Plaintiff. Fitchburg MassachusettsYOU I THEREFORE BE IT RESOLVED

three popular forage grasses- N. Y., are here at the home of Sept. 28 & Oct. 5-12-19=4tc ARE HEREBY NOTIFIED BY THE Board of Public Instruc-
tion of Flagler County, Florida.
I that suit for divorce has been
a |
Coastal bermudagrass, pangola-! hep parents, Mr. and :Mrs. Ray IX' THE CIRCUIT COURT IX AXD i' brought against you in the Circuit that an election is hereby called

and Pensacola bahiagrass. Lehr, while her husband is in FOR IX FLAGLKR CIIAXCKRY COUNTY NO.FLORIDA Court of Flagler County Florida. for to be the held on the herein date herein fixed
purpose
:grass, i I in Chancery by HAROLD PAYNE specified.
Germany with the U. S. Army. C. B. KING WISEMAN styled as above, and BE IT FURTHER RESOLVED
Plaintiff BY
All fresh forages appeared Her husband made the trip here "' I you personally are hereby or by required Attorney to with file shall said be and Board is hereby that an ordered election to I

similar in nutrient compo-I SEABOARD SERVICE COMPANY be held in Special Tax School Dis-
quite with them before leaving on a dissolved Florida I the Clerk of said Court at Bun trict No. I, Flagler County Florida
sition that Bahiagrass corporation, etc. et alDefendants. nell, Florida. your answer or writ- at ,the
except ( his foreign trip. I ten defenses, if soy to the Complaint voting places in said District

was ,higher in fiber and lowerin NOTICE TO DEFEND i in said suit. on or before 7th day hereinafter of designated on the
the 13th day of November A. I). November 1961. at
IN THE NAME OF THE STATEOF
nitrogen-free extract than I Mr. and Mrs. Jasper White FLORIDA TO: I 1961, and to. serve a cop thereof to which the election qualified shall electors be submitted

either the bermudagrass or Pan- Seaboard Service Company a upon RICHARD E. CONNER. At- to vote In qualified
I have returned to their home dissolved Florida corporation and I torney for Plaintiff, whose address in said such election, residing.

golagrass. here after two weeks vacationin H. E. Black. Etta E. Beemer and I is 135% Canal Street. P.O. Box taxes on District real or personal who have property paid
1566. New Smyrna Beach. Florida.
I Sarah A. Black as director trus-
In said
the North. I THE FLAGLER TRIBUNE is District as required by law
tees of Seaboard Service Company,
fresh- the
The protein levels of the a dissolved Florida corporation hereby designated as the newspaper following proposition, to-wit:
were not improved I and each and all the unknown assigns in which this Order shallbe I Determination of the number of
cut mills
grasses IV TIIK CIRCUIT COURT OF of the District School Tax In
in published once week for four
successors interest trus- a
"by" the addition of the antibioticor I FLAGLKR ( COUNTY FLORIDA tees or other parties claiming by. (4) consecutive weeks. I Special Tax School District No. 1
to be levied
CIIAXCKRY NO. 423
IX for
each of the next
through, under or against said dis- HEREIN FAIL NOT OR JUDGMENT -
by the antibiotic-ground snap MARY, ALICE LANE solved corporation none of whom WILL BE ENTERED A- succeeding two years for the exclusive -

treatment. Pangolagrass Plaintiff, can be located, and it not being GAINST YOU BY DEFAULT. purpose of operating and
com YS. known whether there WITNESS hand and the seal maintaining the public free schools
are sur-
any my
showed the least WILLIAM R. of said Court of said District the estimated mill-
milage response LANEDefendant viving trustees: I at Bunnell Flagler
Daytona Beach Holding Corporation County. Florida. this 9th day of age required for each of the next
to the addition of preservative, NOTICE TO DEFEND a dissolved Florida corporation October. A. D. 1961. two years being 10 mills.
THE STATE OF FLORIDA. TO: and C. A. Randall. E. A. Randall BE IT FURTHER RESOLVED
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and similar total digestible nu- (Seal) E. A. SMYTHE BY
William R. Lane and L. A. McKeever. as direc- THIS BOA!>. That the following -
obtained with 2009 Eastern Parkway Beach Clerk of the Circuit Court places are hereby desig-
trient values were tor trustees of Daytona RICHARD E. I
Brooklyn 7. New York CONNER nated as polling
Holding Corporation, a dissolved places In said District -
both the untreated and treated You are hereby notified that a Florida corporation, and each and Attorney at Law I in which said election is tty
suit has been filed against you in all the unknown assigns successors 135% Canal Street be held: '
silage. the above entitled cause; and you in interest trustees or other Post Office Box 1566 PRECINCT No. I Bunnell -
Regardless of treatment, ber I are hereby required to file your answer parties claimin.- by, through, un- New Smvrna Beach, FloridaOct. I Court House.PRECINCT.
with the Clerk of this Court. der or aganist said dissolved corporation 12-19-26 & Nov. 2-4tcIV No. 2 Flagler Beach
mudagrass silages were highestIn and to serve a ,copy thereof upon none of whom can be Flagler Beach Recreation Hall.
the plaintiff or nlaintiffs attorney located, and it not being known I CIRCUIT COURT OF TIIKSKVKXTH PRECINCT No. 3 Haw Creek-
crude protein, digestible pro whose name: and address is: whether there are any surviving JUDICIAL CIRCUIT IV Community Building.
nutri- Ray Selrten AND FOR FLARLKR COUVTY. I PRECINCT No.3-A Korona-
trustees
tein and total digestible :
Selden Building William Seckner Dean if living FLORID. IV rliA%(''':In'. NOTICE Church Hall.PRECINCT.

icnts. Daytona Beach. Florida and if dead his unknown. spouse, OF !M'lT CIIAXCKRY NO. 4T.-KJ j No. 4 St. Johns Park
second in I not later than November 9, A. 1>. heirs-at-law, devisees, legatees WILLIS HERBERT REA. JR.. -Community Hall.
Pangolagrass, was 1961. grantees creditors or other parties Plaintiff, PRECINCT No.A llunneIl-
total digestible nutrient value I If you fail to do so, decree pro i claiming by through under vs. Masonic Temple.
confesso will be entered against I[ or against William Seckner Dean. ,SARA S. REA PRECINCT No. 5 Espanola-
but had a definite advantage in ,1 You for the relief demanded in the I i The unknown heirs devisees. j I Defendant. Community Hall.I'IIECINCT .
!| bill of complaint. The nature of legatees, grantees, creditors lIen-i ORDER OF' PUHLICATIOX No. 5-A AlA High-
palatabllity. said suit being for divorce. I ors or other parties claiming by. I IN THE NAME OF THE STATE wny-Johnson's Fruit Stand.
The average total digestible I. WITNESS my hand and seal of through, under, or against John I I I OF FLORIDA: t The foregoing. election precincts
i'said Court this 6th day of October I B. Bruner. deceased. i TO: SARA S. REA, whose residence being all the election precincts In .
nutrient values regardless of || A. D. 1961.Official The unknown heirs devisees, I I is: said Special Tax School District
90 ( t"'a1) E. A. SMYTHE legatees, grantees, creditors lIt> Apt. M-5, Raleigh Apartments t No. 1 in Flagler County. Florida.BE .
treatment and expressed on a I Clerk of said Circuit Court I ors or other parties claiming n-I'I Raleigh, North CarolinaYou IT FURTHER RESOLVED

percent dry matter basis were j By Julia R. Harvev through, under or against Henry are hereby required to file I that this Board shall appoint the
I I Deputy Clerk I I Bruner. deceased. I' your answer with the Clerk of this persons who are to be Inspectorsand
48,. 47, and 34 percent for the ] Oct. 1 .19- 6.& Nov.4tc John T. Bruner. if living and If.Court to the Bill of Complaint filed clerks for each respective poll-
_, __ dead his unknown heirs devisees I herein againt you in the above entitled ing place at which said election Is
Coastal bermudagrass, pangola- :j I I RKUUKST! FOR AIDS legatees. grantees creditors or oth-, cause on or before the 2nd to be held, and shall publish said

grass, and Pensacola bahiagrass Notice is hereby given that the er parties claiming b- throu day of November. A. D., 1961 and names as required by law.
I Board of .County Commissioners under or against John T. serve a copy thereof upon LAWRENCE BE IT FURTHER RESOLVED
silages, respectively. I will receive -ealed bids until 9:00: deceased and. h'l W. BORNS plaintiff's at- that there shall be prepared and
Any and all persons (save whose address is furnished to said inspectors of
tornev herein
November 6th. A. D. 1961. in
of the study are la.
Details silage MIL.
I 1 the office of the Clerk of the Cir- excent the plaintiff herein) 416 Seabreeze Boulevard, Daytona election for use at said electionthe
reported ,In an Agricultural Ex. t cult Court In the Flakier County or claiming any right. title or interest i[ Beach. Florida. "The Flagler. Tri- I necessary ballot boxes and
'Courthouse Bunnell. for the following in and to the lands involved j| bune" Is hereby designated as the ballots as required by law; that
periment Station mimeo report : in this suit and hereinafter de- i j newspaper I in which this order I the form of ballot to be used In
scribed. i I shall be published once a week for said election shall be substantially
lInn-UOrGII
agricultural PIXK
(RKKX I
available through county
The respective post office address
I I
I four consecutive weeks. HEREIN as follows:
age.nts.FLORIDA"S I 25 20hcs: pcs. 6"6"x8"-14 x 8" 12 ft.ft. and residence of each of the above I I FAIL NOT OR A DECREE PRO SPECIAL TAX SCHOOL DISTRICT -
named parties is unknown. \
,
CONFESSO WILL BE ENTERED I' NO. 1 ELECTION FOR
13; 6" x 8" 16 ft. i
pcs.
You and each of you are hereby
FOR SUCH FAIL- FLAGLER COUNTY. FLORIDA.
I
10 pcs. G" x 8" 20 ft. notified that 'a suit has been |IAGAINSTYOU .
HELD ON NOVEMBER 7. 1961.
POPULATION 4 6 pcs.pcs. 8"8" x x 10-10 -- 16 20 ft.ft. brought against you described to 'nuiet lands title I i;i The nature of this suit Is a bill I 1. BALLOT FOR SCHOOL TAX

RISES FROM MIGRATIONThe GRKK.V PIXK J.'I.OOUIXG-IJS to the following for" divorce DISTRICT NO. 1. MILLAGE LEVY.
Florida, I
situate In Flagler County. hand and seal at INSTRUCTION TO VOTERS Indicate
5000 ft. 3" x 6" 16 ft. WITNESS My : -
to-wit: I I'' Florida I by marking "X" In the
V Bunnell. Flagler County an
5000 ft. 3" x 16 ft. Block 1 and Lots I
Florida's 20 of
Increase in Lot 1
population Prices to be FOB Bunnell. delivery 17. 18. U and 20 of Block 2 this 2nd day of October. A. D. 1961. space after the line 1.; whether you
from migration is almost as needed. of Kanaha Subdivision Flag- :; (Official Seal) E. A. SMYTHEi .; favor the proposed millage levy
i As Clerk Circuit Court which Is necessary for the approved -
The Board reserves the right to Florida |
I County. as
ler per
three times the natural increase reject any and all bids. I plat of said subdivision on |! Flagler County. Florida school term. If you favor
from births the Florida I Dated at Bunnell. Florida this file and record in the officeof |Oct. 5-12-19-26-Hc I I a different millage levy write the
i levy favor after line 2.JI. .
3rd day of October. A. D. 1961. the Clerk of the Circuit \ you
'State Chamber of Commerce re- Alfred R. Tucker. Chairman Court of Flagler County. XOTICK OF PROCKKDIXO** FOR ,
I Attest: E. A. Smythe. Clerk. Florida in Plat Book 2 at !j TIlE CLOMXCJ OF' ROADS jt j I Estimated millage levy requiredI
ports. Board of County Commissioners page 42 and the Southerly t TO WHOM IT MAY CONCERN: I I for regular term (10) mills.
Based on estimates by the US, I of Flagler County. Florida 122.75.feet of the unplatted i You will take notice that the
|Oct. 5-12-2tc portion of the Northerly Board of County Commissioners of I I 2. Other millage levy
Bureau of Census, the popula- q29 75 feet of the North one- "I Flagler County. Florida upon petition : 1
\1 IX Tin CIRCriT COURT OF half of the Northeast nuarter of MILTON PELLICER. will
tion gain attributed to the excess i' FLAGLKR COUXTY. J. ..onIDA, of Section 22. Township 11 at 9 o'clock A. M.. ,on the 6th day I! BE IT FURTHER RESOLVED
of births from 1950 to 1960| IX CHAXCERY XO.T South Range 31 East. Eastof of November 1961. at the County BY said Board that this 'Resolution -
J, ANITA H. PACE. the Fast Coast r anl.. and Court House in Flagler County.I I of the calling and holding of
amounted to 553,433 as compraedwith [ j Plaintiff.i the Southerly 1' .7\!' feet of Florida, consider and determine said election shall be publishedonce
the Northerly 92.75 fet of whether not the County will
or
i each week for four consecuItive -
1,625,567 who moved into'I ROBERT KENNETH PACE. th unnlatted portion of Government I vacate, abandon discontinue and I weeks in The Flagler Tribune.

the state during the same period Defendant.XOTICK Lot 1 of Section 21. t,close and renounce and disclaim la I newspaper of general circulation
I Township 11 South. Range 31 any right of the County and the throughout the County of Flaglerand
to remain as residents. :THE STATE OF TO FLORIDA DEFEND TO: I Kast. I( public in and to any land, or in- (f published in said County that
bv theabove I
styled court
in the above terest" therein acquired for road
i notice specifying the
KENNETH PACE a names of
In fact, Florida's population 1 ROBERT named plaintiff and vou Are t of county highwaY purposes and
'the Inspectors and clerks of election
.1 Ward 137 Naval Hospital I -
growth during the last 10 years.$t 1j I Bethesda. Maryland hereby required to with file personally the C1prk renounce and disclaim any right I in said District, shall be published -
notified that '10'- bv your attorney I of the County and public in and once in said at
You hereby a newspaper
,
vas almost as great as during are of said court your answer or otherdefensive to land. or interest therein
any least fifteen
I suit has been filed against you in nlendinf to the (15) days before the
the previous 105 years. From 1 L the above entitled cause; and you I olalnt in saM suit and to serve com- (I recorded delineated in upon Flagler any County.map or Flor-nlat "holding of said election.
BE IT FURTHER
I hereby required to file your ana Cook. RESOLVED ;
1845 (when Florida became J I dare, saver with the Clerk of this Court. n plaintiffs ronv thereof.ttornf'V.upon whole H. T.addree..' i Ida. which described said roads as are follows more: particularly by said Board that the Chairman I

and to serve a copy thereof upon I.. Bank Tiulldlne. 'Runnfllt. and Secretary of this Board are Instructed -
state) until 1950 the populatior 1 Citizens 5 That county roarl lying bet -
to take all other or fur-
I' the plaintiff or plaintiffs attorney Florida on or before the 23rdof daY I Section-. Township 13
experienced a gain of 2,710.400 I. whose' name and address is: October 1411. and the T=*lairl*>.- t tween South. Range 2<<<* East and ther steps as may be needful In I
accordance with law to this
ten i ii t t Dunham and Bennett THb'ne which is a newspaper Section 4. Township 13 South.Ranee Resolution into carry
the
next
effect.
During years P. O. Box 179St. meeting the requirements nr"'- ..
29 E -tPRRSONS I
Floridanot 1 t PASSED in ow-n session by theBoard
2,180,255. I Augustine. R'rtt-d by law' for such ourOO"4'. INTERESTED MAY
gained I of .ubllc Instruction of I I't
later than October 27th A. D. 's hert-tov dealcrnati an the news BE HEARD AT
1361. saner In which this notih ".. shall APPEAR AND Flagler County Florida. "t its I
If fail to do decree ]I ,, I THR TIME AND PLACE ABOVEcFF.C'iFIFn meeting on the 5th day of September -
you so. pro <> mibli"hed *\ "'"* a week for four 't
PAL PARKER'S. INC. confesso will be entered against:. Cf'nntlv"epk". ,BOARD OF COUNTY COMMISSIONERS A. D. mi.: ,
yOU for the relief demanded in the, H..rphfAn not n. y) "r'Pm I OF FLAGLER RIA A. JOHNSTONChairman ,
Automotive Specialty Center bill of complaint. The nature ol Cnnfesso will be entered against 1 of the Board of Pub- !
,f"OUNTYFLORIDA I lic Instruction of
said suit being for divorce. Flagler Coun-
DRAKES RKL1NED SIs.DS WITNESS mv hand and seal ol f. YO"itn..s nv Ji.nd aa Clerk rind I -I By ALFRED R. TUCKERh tv. Florida. I

PARTS AND LABOR said Court this 25th day of Sep, the sesl of "*,,, c* ...-t this ,19tis" I Chairman. ATTESTS!' .
FORDCHKVROLETPLYMONTIIOTHERS t-rrbr A. D. 1961. of S temb..'. 10C1. I ATTEST: E. o'intyf Commie ionI 7.. D. OLLAND
flSLKS (Official Seal SEAL) 'F:. \ SMYTWE Board of I Superintendent and T-offiHo i
: E. A. SMYTHE A. n"rv nf the Above 1 ers of Flagler County. FlorIda fAcrflhrv: to The Board of Pub ,
540 Mason Ave. Daytona Clerk of said Circuit CourlJ t t Styled Court lic Instruction.r 4 <"..** 'f! %
"Cept.:8 & Oct. 5-1-I9--ttc Sept. 21Ie Oct. 5-U-4tc Oct. 5-12-19-26-4tc'I Oct. 5..119S4tc:



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Scientist Studies 1 f year grant from the "National [are the most nuisance (they are the various types." of these pests and classified 2S
I.Institute of Health to discover no health hazard), whether to She gets the midges from species including four new ones., .

Blind everything possible about use. contact or stomach posions, light traps, all over the state. She discovered that there are-
Mosquitoes ]:midges-or blind mosquitoes.The which larvae are fixed or swim Her husband Williams, also a two species on the east Florida
freely. Board biologist, helps by the coast and one on the west which.
midges are increasing
For Our Comfort (. I I the most trouble with their
Florida collection of midge larvae. The give
tremendously in especially Mrs. Beck has just begun her
,Hour after hour, day after I around lakes and I work but so far has identified midges heretofore have gone bites.
day she counts midges-to help ,streams. They make outdoor 150 species. She says "at a unmolested insofar as curiosityinto After her sand fly habit discoveries -
make. life more pleasant for you I recreation almost unbearable.At rough estimate I believe we will their personal lives are con- the Board was in a far
and protect your home. I I' times they 'are so thick auto- find about 300 species including cerned in Florida. I better position to start trying to

She is Mrs. Elisazeth Beck, I ists have trouble driving. They 10 to 15 new ones. The task is Mrs. Beck was awarded the I control the flies. Mulrennan expects -
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a State Board of Health biologist|II clog up window and porch not too complicated and it is grant because of past work with the same thing will hap .
for 10 years, working on a three-screens. The can foul a newly- very interesting but it is very sand flies. Using her free time, pen after she completes her
I painted house in several weeks. difficult to distinguish among she conducted the first survey work with the midges.

John Mulrennan Director of
O. F. ALFORD
the Board's Bureau of Entomology -I .
Registered f: v.. L8 r\
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explains that the more
Real Estate Broker people who come to Florida result -
in more sewage treatment
Bunnell Florida plants which help feed plank- II

ton-tiny organisms-in lakes
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1. also fed by fertilizer draining
I from citrus groves and pastures; I
CRRu6 IJ and from industrial wastes.
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PLACE YOUR ORDER WITH US starts all over again.
I Mulrennan explained that ,
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. Statue of Liberty veiled on October 28 near the I Nile," "Genius in'the Talons of gateway to the New World. He the torch some 300 feet aloft,
base of the 300-foot statue of Misery," and "Potrait of General II hastily sketched a heroic figure pulled a rope to unloosen a
Creator Will Get Liberty on Liberty Island in New Schramm, the Modern Martyr." holding 'a torch-a' symbol that fluttering French tricolor from
York Harbor, the National Geographic Bartholdi was the talk of later was to represent America Liberty's face. As one account

Statue in Honor I IAn Society says. Paris when he attended a dinner [ throughout the world. put it, "A hundred Fourths of
Like the Statue of Liberty, given by the famed jurist, Edou- I Pledges Fortune July broke loose." The crowd
Alsatian sculptor with a Bartholdi's memorial will be a ard .de Laboulaye, in the summer I cheered whistles screamed, naval -
Bartholdi's plan for the
passion for freedom will be honored gift from the people of Franceto of 1865. At an after dinner memorial guns roared, and bands .
. on the 75th anniversary of the people of the United discussion, the guests conceivedthe I sides of was the accepted Atlantic, on and both he played.
the dedication of his greatest States. The larger-than-life idea of presenting a monument !
I began work at once. He not only Bartholdi clambered down
work-the Statue of Liberty.A bronze casting depicts the sculptor to the United States to
I created the statue itself; he from the torch and told a friend:
bronze figure of Frederic' el of standing Liberty.beside a scale mod. I commemorate American independence i I helped with fund raising in "It is as I wished. The dreamof
August Bartholdi will be un- I and Franco-American I j France. When public subscript my life is accomplished."
Family Objected to Career j friendship.The .
i I t tions were lagging, the sculptor
Barthdldi was born in Colmar, project lay fallow while
I pledged his own fortune to defray ./ \
Bankers Service Alsace, France in 1834. He was Barthodi fought in the Franco. I I expenses. Though they should never be
the son of a doctor whose family Prussian War of 187071. He organized frozen, Florida avocados keep j
Life Insurance had a long tradition of public a national guard unit I I Finally, on October 28, 1886, best at 40 to 42 degrees. /"
service. Bartholdi wanted to become at Colmar and personally led I a cold, rainy day in New York,

Host To GroupThe a painter, but his family his men into battle. When I President Grover Cleveland and Help your neighbor be a good 1
urged him to prepare for the France was defeated and had to other dignitaries gathered before driver by setting a good ex- ,
Bankers Service Life Insurance ministry or study law. give up Alsace Bartholdi was I the new statue. Bartholdi, in ample.
Company was host to a ___ ___ I
; Overcoming his parents' objections heartbroken but fired with an
a group of FJagler Beach citizenson Bartholdi went to Paris. I even deeper love of liberty. I l
Thursday night at the Wo- He first studied' painting but The sculptor met again with
mans Club Building in Flagler soon abandoned it for sculpture.As de Laboulaye, who encpuraged CRAIG FUNERAL HOMEA.
Beach.A a student he traveled to him to go to the united Statesto
Smorgasbord dinner was Egypt, whose ruins and collos- find support for the friendship H. CRAIG. Funeral Director
served to about sixty invited sal monuments left a lasting monument. In June, 1871, Bar JOHN HARDIN, Associate
guests. The meal was prepared impression 'on his style. Whenhe tholdi sailed sailed. En route
and served by the Flagler Wo- was only 22, Bartholdi had holdi sailed. En route he AIR LADY OXYGEN

mans Club.Following. achieved recognition as a, sculp. sketched and tore up many CONDITIONEDCHAPEL I I EQUIPPED
the dinner an inter 'tor with a bent for heroic sub drawings for a suitable memo I ATTENDANT AMBULANCES
esting and informative program jects. I II
: was presented by Ivan E. Jameson His reputation grew with such rial.As his ship entered New York I Phone ID 7-3532
assisted by Ross Tyre of dramatic works as "Lyre Amongthe Harbor, Bartholdi envisioned a I
201 E. MOODY BLVD. BUNNELL. FLORIDA
the expansion department of Berbers, a Souvenir of the mighty goddess standing at the .
the Company.
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3 rent per word each Insertion,
75 cent I* minimum charge.

FOR RENT-3 room furnished
apartment east highway 11, one
mile ,from city, first apartment
east of waterworks. Mrs. Myjak.

10-12-ltp

FOR RENT-Large house in coun
try. Write A. B. Powell, Box 456,
Bunnell, for appointment. I (

10-12-2tc +

Real Estate OpportunityCAN
YOU SELL?
Strout Realty seeks area repre lic lict
sentative. Money-maker for the
man who can sell. Strong training ,
guidance and support. Com
pany furnishes ALL advertising,
signs forms, supplies. Hundredsof !
live prospect leads each g
month. Nationwide advertising j
brings Buyers from everywhere. '
, You must have: initiative, excel- '
lent character (bondable), sales Mighty like
ability, financially responsible. a"I h4k
. Opportunity! =with the World's 1j1 ,
Largest real estate Suremarket. '
STROUT REALTY, Inc.
251 Park Avenue South
New York 10, N. Y. -
10.12.2tc I Thunderbird- i

FOR RENT OR SALE-3 bed- I
room house at north end of Pal. I _
metto, FJagler] Beach, on boat I fAJ1) ) ?
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canals, cool pleasant living, exceptional
value, beautiful interior Priced like I

and exterior $90.00 per -iiI a : -
month for September 1 'occu S
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pancy. Contact present rentersor f
Alexander Lumber Co., Day-
tona Beach, Florida. 7-20-TF
r Ford \ ;
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Ocean front housekeeping apartments S .
1 and 2 bedrooms compete

with linens and all utilities. ,
Sun deck, fishing, swimming ill
loafing. Day, week or month. t nGreat
Sun Sea Manor, Flagler Beach.
HE 9-2082 7.6tf t
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FOR- RENT-Unfurnished large new proof that your Ford Dealer is always first with the finest!

2-bedroom garage apartment.
Call HE 9-2318 or see Zeke '
Chaffee. 11-17-tf 62 S
Only the '62 Galaxie looks'so much like Thunderbird, :. '
RENT furnisned 2 bedroomone '_
FOR
: feels so much like Thunderbird, thrills so much like f ''':,';=.
bath house, Daytona Ave., -'

Flagler Beach. Completely ren ; Thunderbird! And for 1962, Galaxie introduces"tvicea- Galaxieby ,, ,

can ovated.be $65.00 picked per up 'at month.Sullivan's Keys year maintenance, or every'6,000 miles. service-saving -_ : '

Gulf Station. Nov 10-tf .. : features proved by 5 billion owner-driven milesVhy! :t".J:.

X NX VXSX xV -N -*-> pay more or settle for less? Ford :

JOHNSTON'S ,,'i;' : ;. ".:, i,.- \
FLAGLER BEACH REALTY CO

LOTS' HOMES, OCEAN FRONT, ii-mow, "Se the features. of the future:, now' -at your Ford Dealer's '.DI:; P'{ "
WATER FRONT, FARMS .

See us for Your ACREAGE real estate needs : Jril'
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BUNNELL MOTOR COMPANYTELEPHONE
9.2242
Office Phone HE '
Residence Phones ID 7.3691 ; : \ "
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