The Flagler tribune
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Permanent Link: http://ufdc.ufl.edu/UF00079914/00250
 Material Information
Title: The Flagler tribune
Physical Description: Newspaper
Language: English
Publisher: s.n.
Place of Publication: Bunnell Fla
Creation Date: October 19, 1961
Publication Date: -1981
Frequency: weekly
Subjects / Keywords: Newspapers -- Bunnell (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Flagler County (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Genre: newspaper   ( marcgt )
newspaper   ( sobekcm )
Spatial Coverage: United States -- Florida -- Flagler -- Bunnell
Coordinates: 29.4675 x -81.256944 ( Place of Publication )
Dates or Sequential Designation: Began in 1917?
Dates or Sequential Designation: -69th year, no. 36 (Sept. 3, 1981).
General Note: Mrs. M.B. Fuller, editor.
General Note: Description based on: Vol. 43, no. 20 (June 2, 1955).
Funding: Funded by NEH in support of the National Digital Newspaper Project (NDNP), NEH Award Number: PJ-50006-05
 Record Information
Source Institution: University of Florida
Holding Location: University of Florida
Rights Management: All rights reserved. Board of Trustees of the University of Florida
Resource Identifier: aleph - 001024369
oclc - 33425664
notis - AFA6237
lccn - sn 95047251
System ID: UF00079914:00250
 Related Items
Preceded by: St. Johns tribune
Succeeded by: Palm Coast news
Succeeded by: Flagler/Palm Coast news-tribune

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, Cattlemens Young Tucker /

. I Stars At VMI .

Horse RacingAnd Virginia Military Institute was Approve

.credited with "winning a foot-I Utility Tax
. 'J ball game last week it
Barbeque have as a, sophomore sprint ,star, I
Andy Tucker, ran the 101 yard The Flagler
I dash," according to a Virginia I nessmen Club I I
for the Tenth Annual the
Plans olution at tljeir
paper. The game was VMI 8 to .
t! Flagler County Cattlemen's to win Richmond. night approving
."Cracker Day" Barbeque and 16 The 181 pounder Andy Tucker I II 10% utility tax I ,
Horse Racing program on No- Commissioners are a
I is the son of Mr. and Mrs. Gil- I
t vember 4th are shaping up for I bert Tucker of Cocoa, Florida, for Flagler Beach, I -
one of the best programs yet.. today. I and
and the grandson of Mrs. A. F.
Tucker of Bunnell. Mr. and Mrs. The Club met for
The Barbeque and Horse Racing f
I will be held at the Cattle- Tucker are former residents of sion at the Hotel \
Bunnell. I I and plan to hold I
t men's Raceway on 'u. S. 1 about
t 1 I the Recreation .
six miles south of Bunnell The
I of Quarter night. They plan I
program consists Floridians To
number of ')
Cow Races and ,
Horse and Pony
b -
: games including Clover leaf, IBe Guests of group feel are II
f growth
and lead, Flag and Musical ,
,Weeki Wachee Town, it was stated.I
; Chair; 1 [ I
'j i All Florida residents are invited I I us-
l The games will begin at 10 to be the guests of Weeki Board of ,
o'clock in the morning and theIt I Wachee, Florida's famed attraction -I I

racing will continue during the I on the West Coast, during Advises ; the
t afternoon. They plan to begin the entire month of November I I
It at 12
r serving the Barbeque to see new Mermaid show, "Un- Influenza
o'clock. derwater Circus."

l t The public is invited to attend r I r Residents may identify them-I The State Board Pal-. I
(I selves with a Florida day advised
the, day of racing and old t
f fashioned barbeque with all the'cense, or similar identification, I I tain age and
I[land will be admitted to see the to obtain
J trimmings. !I!new underwater show, upon I immunization.

I payment of a small service Citing a report
f charge. Children under six will surgeon general to

j fI I Boys 6 Thru 10 I I be admitted free. is expected this
I The Weeki Wachee management ter of Type B and v":7.
announced that the invitation James O. Bond,
A Winner I
1 Be I is the second of its kind board's bureau of
1i !in the history of the unique at- diseases, said I I -
i > .Ford,.Dealers National Foot- ;traction, whereby residents of i immunization ..
4 'ball League Punt Pass and the state are'-'able to enjoy) the'I family physician' l ,' I I It I to

Kick Contest with valuable I panoramic view of the .underwater ty health t[ I II .
prizes given. There is nothing I spectacular, while com Board of Health .
equipment fortably seated in the luxurious health departments i I I
air-conditioned million dollar some diseases but I
of injury to the youngsters is I aqua-theatre. been unable to
virtually eliminated since the The success of the last year'sAll state funds to I I five to
contest is free of body contact. I Florida Attraction Month cine.
The P. P. & K. Program is de ]r gave many Florida residents an Dr. Bond I
to create an interest in I i to the theatre shot this if i I I
signed opportunity see new year a I 'I to
sports and physical fitness among i and show for the first time. I received the I'I'I I
American boys. In this They were so enthusiastic and I For those who I
connection, Punt, Pass and Kick I appreciative that they recommended previous shots, he ; -
has been recognized and com- Weeki Wachee to their I I now and a ; I
mended by the Presidents Council friends throughout the ;year. I months from now ;
on Youth Fitness and has While the invitation to Florida ting a shot after ;
the wholehearted support of the residents is good every day [cold or flu would I
Football for the entire month of vaccine
National League. Novem- Flu may !
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ber, it is suggested that as I any one but it !1
Some of the rules are:
many visitors as possible try to recommended for ;
1. Entrants must register on I
come during the week to avoid 65; pregnant ; ; ,
official entry forms at the Bun. the crowds that can come only I(i sons with heart, I and

nell Motor Company. I ion Saturdays, Sundays, or the :I betic or ,other I: by
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2. Each entrant must be accompanied Thanksgiving holiday. To encourage i While flu is
by a parent or legal more attendance Monday i disease for most 1 II'
guardian who shall countersign through Friday, the service I fbe, severe and I old
the official entry form. ,charge will be smaller than on I I persons in the I ; call

3. All entrants must have [weekends. and the holiday. 1 mentioned..
passed their 6th birthday by i --
September 25. 1961, but not have BUNNELL .I

reached their 11th birthday by I ,. .:" ',......,_. -..,,--- I
November 26. 1961.

4. Entrants will compete only
within their age group 6 to 7,
7 to 8, 8 to 9, 9 to 10, 10 to 11.
Contestants competing age category -
will be based upon his age
as of November 26. 1961.
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The contest will be held on !
the Bunnell practice football
field Saturday, October 21, 1961;I

at" 9:00.A.ltl.. .

The judges will be J. I. Shef-

field, and Cliff Sheffield, both
former Bulldog halfbacks who
held the record of scoring the r4 4s t I

most points in a football season.
Jf. I. Sheffield who broke the record -

of 86 points a season set by .
Cliff Sheffield and still is a record I
in the season of 1952 scored \41.
150 points believed to be a record r;
in the St. Johns Conference Front Row left to right: Jackie
which might be broken by Paul Metts, Kenny Flury, Fred Harris S iI
Kaiser of.' Hastings and Jerry I, Back Row 'left to right: Jim \ j

Burnsed halfback of,this year's Townsend, Mike Hornsby, Bruce ; :

,mighty, :Bulldog team ;,] ...and Howard .Bowers.. '. '0
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Sanford Braves shut out the t

Bunnell JV's 18This was .the "'1

second defeat the Braves hungon CONDITIONING-HEATING FLORIST j
I the JV's. The JV's looked I 1
;Whatever The Occasion
good but the bigger Braves just I(
had Moody Phillips and Weber CO. i i -Say It With Flowers I II

By Leslie Pacha .. who were just a little too much Of Daytona Inc. I from ;

for the JV's to handle. AIR CONDITIONING-HEATING i Black's Flower Shop
I The passing attack of Phillipto "We're Proud of Our Work"" Phone ID 7-3348 '

Bunnell Bulldogs racked up I Pierson 0, Hastings 65; Bald Moody was good for two 330 Walker, Holly Hill, OR 7-6120 111 N. Forsythe Bunnell

win number five Thursday nightat win 20, St Joseph 6; Crescent Touchdowns. The extra points

S.A.H.S. stadium with a second City 7, Callahan 32; Father Lo- I were blocked, by the Bulldogs.The I'AUTO SERVICEMCDANIEL'S FUEL OILKING'S

half drive to put out the pez 20, Florida Military last touchdown was made TRUCK STOP
in 0 South Carolina D Acad-I by the air lane, but the pass I
Dragon's fire 27 to 6. Sitting emy ;
the press box, scouts from Fath- 19, St. Augustine D & B, 44. t,defense was rigid and held. Service Station ,PHILLIPS 66 GAS & OILSJ.

er Lopez, Callahan and Hastings Season record, '11 right; 41;Fumbles hurt both teams. Bow- STANDARD OIL PRODUCTS L. IRWIN. Prop.LubricationTiresBatteries.

were sort of disappointed as the .wrong.St. :ers and Lowe made good gains Tires-Batteries-Minor Repairs
I but the fumbles stopped their Fuel Oil, Kerosene, Tractor Fuel j
Bulldogs Just played plain foot- Bunnell ID 7-7119
Conference Standingconf I march for a touchdown. U.S. 1 N. Bunnell ID 7-3678
ball.The I Tucker boys played good defensive Biddle Gulf Service I ,

Bulldogs ,scored their first all games I I ball. Johnny Seale did GARDEN SHOP

touchdown when" Jerry Burnsed, WL WL pts op some good punting. The line GASOILLUBRICATIONGULF Gray's Garden Center
flashy halfback, plunged over Bunnell 4-0 5-0 157 19 held the Braves who were justa TIRES* & BATTERIESOpen I
Headquarters for Gardening Need.
7 A.M.-10 P.M.-7 Days
from the 5 yard line. Wilbur C. City 4-1 4.1 little bigger than our boys. 'Ceramics. Gifts Dry Arrangement
Sheffield went through the mid- Father Lopez 4-0 4-1 106 6 Bullock played a nice game State&Lambert TIS 1-ID 7-7190 i Materials

dle for the extra point to make Callahan 4-1 4.1 130 411 at end. The tackles and guards Annuals Shrubbery Fertilizers

the score 70. The quarter ended I St. Joes 2-3 2.3 31 174 '!I.were tough on the fourth down Colonial Service StationEARL TORO LAWN MOWERS ,

with the Bulldogs leading 70. Baldwin 2-3 2.3 69 59 I plays. The boys in all looked E. RICE Proprietor I'147 Tomoka Avenue-Ph.ORMONDI OR 7-051'

D & B 0-5 05 31 128 good. Their next game will be GAS--OILr LUBRICATION I
In the second quarter, the MOTOR TUNE-UP '
with in Bunnell
Pierson 0-4 04 0 133 I I Crescent City |HARDWARE
Dragons got rolling with' Ken 0.5 0.5 7 Tuesday night at 7:30. .GOODYEAR TIRES BATTERIES 1
Keystone }
Renfroe passing and hitting Roy Bunnell Sanford U.S. HIWAY 1 BUNNELL.ED'S THAT FAMOUS PAINT
Demott who got nailed on the AND !I 2 First downs 6 r ? Exclusively at
28 yard line. Kahley and Fe- BURNSED NECK AND NECK i i 70 Rushing yards 99 :-- FLAGLER BEACHHARDWARE ,'
dore, carrying the ball and pick- I 0 Pass attempt 12' PURE OIL STATION

ing up good yardage, took the Paul Kaiser scored four touchdowns 0 pass yardage 77 Specializing in Wash & Waxing "'!l.vl1" :

ball down to the Bulldogs five. and two extra points to'' 0 Passes completed 4 I TiresBatteriesAccessories J: Flagler Beach HE 9.2103 .

The Bulldog line got stuobborn increase his lead in the St. 4 Fumbles 3 I MINOR: REPAIRSu. 1 t

and on two downs stopped Kah- Johns Conference. Kaiser has a 2 Penalties 5 Hwy. 1-Bunnell-ID 7-3138 >
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Renfroe took to I Village Hardware Center L
ley and Fedore. I J
good chance to establish a new Bunnell 0000 BAR AND PACKAGE STOREBAMBOO
the air and hit end Roy Demotton scoring record at the rate he is Sanford 0 12 0 6 I HOUSE PAINTS I }

the two yard line who went traveling. J. I. Sheffield scored I Match and mix any color I

over for a TD. The try for point 150 points in.1952, believed to bea (Continued on page 8) BAR & COCKTAIL 1{Builder's Supplies Kitchenware

was foiled. Bunnell led 7-6 witha record for one season. LOUNGE I GIFTS GREETING CARDS

minute left in the half. Jerry DANCING FRIDAY & SATURDAY i AlA Ormond Beach CL 2.0420 .

Burnsed with good blocking puton DOWN THE LANES FROM 9
some extra speed and /galloped CONSERVATION SUNDAY FROM 6 P.M. I'JEWELER f
The Lehigh mens bowling i Ocean Blvd AlA Flagler Beach
away for a 70 yard touch- league competing seven weeksof By Tilmon W. Robinson I s
down. The extra point was BRENNAN Jewelers I
find the Office in
fumbled. The half ended with Clover planting time is here I 1 Diamonds-Diamond Setting ii
first with Tropical Mustangs -I
the Bulldogs leading 136. again! Cool weather is always I Fine Jewelry and Gifts
and Maintenance Shop
a good indicator that excellent i i Eddie & Mary Shultz Props. ; Hamilton, Bulova, Benrus
tied for second with the
Bunnell Dragons I
results may be expected in PACKAGE GOODS Watches

21 First downs 8 Truck Shop in third .'place. seeding white{clover in improved 9'' am.-2 a. m-Sun. 1 p.m. 2 a. m. I I Watches-Jewelry Repaired \

312 Rushing yards 92 Following the team average pasture grasses. A high pH Ocean Blvd-Flagler Beach I 4 60 E. Granada-Ormond-oR 7-5056 t

32 Passing yards 53 and hearing the boys talk, the and fertilizer with high potassium BETH'S SEASIDE i

7 Passes tried 13 league will produce some very content are other require- FURNITUREi

3 Passes completed 4 good bowlers. In two years the ments for a successful clover BAR & GRILL i Ormond Bedding and

3 Fumbles 1 league will have some of the crop. E. A. Hunter, W. J. Kenney I FOR FINEPOOD I Furniture Co.
10 Yards penalized 55 best bowlers in this section of I '
J. B. Pellicer, C. H. Cowart Substantial Discounts on All
In the third quarter, the Bull- the state. Ninety per cent of the I and Tom Lenssen are among 3 mi. N. of Flagler on AlA I'I I BEDSSOFASFURNITUREI

dogs took to the air lanes. Jerry, bowlers are all averaging a lit farmers and ranchers planningto Open 7 M-ll P.M. I $10 R.Tradeln S. ROBENBERRY Covers Down, Owner Payment
hit Snagger McMillan who went tle higher than last season. Pete I
clover in the fu-
plant near I 60 Granada, Ormond Ilch. OR 7-6411
over for a touchdown. Jerry Dzioba is leading the league ture. BUILDING SUPPLIES j .

Burnsed scored the extra pointto with a 175 average with Hull I SCS technicians have assisted I WICKLINE I PAINTS i I
it 206. Wilbur Sheffield Felix Macewicz
make 163
168, Drazba 'Lloyd Robertson in the layout "
big fullback who has been 161 and Leo Kittrell 159." of' a drainage ditch during the Building Supplies JERRY'S PAINT MARTPITISBURGH
lot of and I 20 8
showing a sped power Office
past few days. The ditch will CEMENT CEMENT BLOCKS
scored the last touchdown. I I Tropical :Mustangs 17 11 ,
be designed for drainage of STEEL Paints-Finishes
Wilbur put on some power and I Maintenance 17 11
I cropland. Other farmers who Paint Sundries Wallpaper
... carried three Dragons on all- Truck Shop 16 12 Flagler: Beach HE 9-2254
,have made application for 38 W. Granada-ormond
yard touchdown play throughthe Foremen 14 14 f
drainage assistance include.
middle to score. But Abbott Electricians 13 15 BOTTLE GAS ORange 7.0761
ers who have made applicationfor
scored the extra point. The Fishermans Inn 12 16 I
drainage assistance include: BOTTLE !!ROOFER
Bulldogs 27 Dragons 6. Mill 11 17 I
W. W. Deen, Robert Bertha, H. or EDGEMON ROOFING CO.
The Fourth quarter was all Tropical Rangers 10% 17'I C. King, Mike Steflik, J. B. Pel FLAGLER ,COUNTY'S ONLY Manufacturers of
rain and no more scoring. PeeWee !I I Nomads 9% .18% licer .and Milton Pellicer. HOME OWNED GAS COMPANY
Knight played a nice gameof Results Friday. October 13 1961 PHONE ID 7-3551 Cement Tile RoofingALL

defensive end and, recoveredtwo W L TYPES OF ROOFINGFast
RCA VICTOR Help Flagler County Grow Dependable Service
4 0
fumbles.All .
By Shopping at Home HWY. 1 N. ORMOND
0 4
Foremen I
the boys had a chance to ORange 7-5177 7.1793
play and each did a good job. Tropical Rangers 3 1 "LOOK IN FOR THE TilE WINDOW"PICTURE CONCRETE PRODUCTS

Tommy Polk sat out the game. I Fishermans Inn 1 3 Southern Radio & Television ''Q'F f RESTAURANT
Your ConcreteDial
Final score-Bulldogs 27; D & B;Truck Shop 2 2 226 E. Granada Ph. OR 7-2001

Dragons 6.Bunnell. i!:Mill 2 2 ORMOND CL 3-8113 SUE-Z-Q RESTAURANT

7 6 14 0 Maintenance > 3 1 --- DAYTONA BEACHQuillian's Lunches-Dinners-Sandwiches

D&B 0600 I Tropical Mustangs. 1 >3 ORMOND PRESCRIPTION i OPEN 24 HOURS DAILY
Nomads 3 1 PHARMACYSick Concrete, Inc.
152 W Beach
Electricians :_ 1 3 Room Supplies-Sundries
Open 6 M.-ll P.M. at
i High Individual. Games CLEANERS
CommunityMemorial 24-Hour Prescription Service i! 146 S. Atlantic-Ormond
Littlefield, 211 206
Delivery Flagler
Church Dzioba 210,
Rt. AlA 1 mL North of RIGHT BEACH
InterdenominationalAIR Foots Gray_ 207 OIIMOND BEACH-TeL OR 7-1661 II

E. Gumiela ; 205 Dally S to 8 Shrimp-Steok-Chops-Chicken i
CONDITIONED 3 Came Series Phone ID '7-3188 Sandwiches and Shakes f
Daytona Are. iiI llr 3Iliglrr Qlribtittp Sandwiches and Pies .

FLAGLER BEACH I I Robbie Littlefield 594 558 I BUNNELL, FLORIDA. 115 N. Bay St. Bunnell BREAKFAST ANYTIME I

Ocean Spray Restaurant t
Sunday School 10:00 A.M. Drazba 528
I AlA 1 Mile South of Pier t
;Church Service 11:00 A.M.R. Macewicz 525
) MRS. M. B. FULLER. Editor Moody's PharmacyFlagler
Gray 521
Paator Used FurnitureUpholsteryJOE
Gelling 515 County's Corner Drug store
Dzioba 503
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4'- ,. M..mIeipaHtl tkereia Furniture & UpholsteryGOOD 4

'aad the State et ......... FOUNTAIN SERVICE USED FURNITURE
INSIRE-Stay limed & Iii Aimri. BunnelL Fla. Phone ID 7-3661 New Bedding-Mattreaa RenovatingFurniture '
Batered mm eHe.a !aa* natterFebnuuT Hill CL.
ELECTRIC 1094 Flftmlah Holly 3-227S
GET THE BEST PROTECTION. FRQ'M ...1913..at tile ...*....
at BomaeH.. FtorUa, v.4er met .! PROMPT ELECTRIC SERVICE

Mare S, MN.I BUNNELL MOTOR COMPANY The Flagler Tribune
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terrarium is easy to set up. .
q i
f After selecting the container .
for the ornamental venture, he -
(By ,Hervey Sharpe)
suggests placing at least one i FRESH PORK

For a garden project that is inch of peat-size gravel in the '

-different, grow "pint- size" bottom of the container. Then acz:

i plants in a five-gallon glass cover the gravel with about :
f j container. three' inches of a mixture of one J'i SALE '
part peat and one part sandy I j
The project, is ideal for the soil adding one teaspoon 66.6

Florida room. fertilizer for each two quarts of I

you could christen, the project the mixture. I
'demijon farming, but to
Set plants in the glass en- !
forestall visits by revenue of- DDD
closure at 'the same depth as :
ficers, a better name is terrarium found growing wild, in the garden -

Besides< or in pots.If I H: r. U ''ao 1I 1\

serving as a conversational you use a narrow-mouth .
piece it will place your container, you will find long I I

green thumb' in a show case. tweezers or sticks helpful in the I

A round glass globe, cquarium planting operation. II
large-mouth bottle,. large- Plants suggested for terrari- I Center Cut Lean Betty Crocker

stemmed glass or other clear ums are fairy footprints part- I CHOC. YELLOW

glass containers are fine for'.ridge berry, maidenhair fern, I Pork Chops 69* CillHM 3 $lOOI'

housing a miniature garden. selaginella, African violets, lb. for

The glass enclosure protects crooping fig, English ivy (small '

delicate foliage brittle stems varieties), fittonia, peperomia, Lean Shoulder Crocker Vanilla
and leaves that are difficult to.. snake plant'' (small varieties) I Betty

grow in the open.terrarium and tradescaiitia. PORK ROAST lb.49c' : FLUFFY FROSTING 29c'All '

A is ideal for grow- To maintain the planting ventilate I

ing certain plants that otherwise the terrarium when sides Lean Fresh

would perish in the norm of the glass have collected an Bety Crocker pkg.

ally dry atmosphere of the abundance of moisture; water PORK BACK BONE lb.59C BROWNIE MIX 33c

liome. Growing plants behind only when necessary to furnish
curved glass adds luster and re- soil moisture and add limited FEET
flection to the arrangement.
amounts of fertilizer. I' Shurfine 2 lb. bag
Dr. T. J. Sheehan, ornamental J I Plants in a terrarium will sur- 6 $10
horticulturist with the Univers vive for long periods without for POP CORN 29c

ity of Florida Agricultural Ex- fertilizer. The object is to keep I
periment Stations, says that a the plants healthy but growing Fresh Pure PorkSAUSAGE \\

slowly-just' short of a starvation 3 $139
Ibs. Chase & Sanborn
terrarium plants away
One extra gallon of your choice from direct sunlight, as they are Crescent COFFEE

with each gallou you buy naturally adapted to growing in SLICED BACON lb.39c. '

Mary Carter Paint Store dark, damp areas in the woods.

Also YVestcate Shopping CenterIN Roses Smoked 1 lb. *
I Roses should be perking up I 49
COUNTY FLORIDA after their late summer rest and Ibs. canFOOD
IN CHANCEHY NO. 4359 will soon be begging for food. i ,
ELIZABETH 1 GUENTHER.}Plaintiff After you have doled out an application KING 1 lb. can 39c

GUSTAVE A.V8.GUENTHER. of fertilizer to the BakeRiteSHORTENING Limit one with $5.00 or more food order

Defendant. thorny bushes, it is a good idea I I31b.
THE STATE OF FLORIDA. TO: I to mulch the plants.
GUSTAVE 33 Denmin A.Place GUENTHER This should insure you of a
Irvington New Jersey bumper crop of roses this fall
You are hereby notified that a
suit has been filed against you in I and winter, provided you don't
\ the above entitled cause; and you I forget to keep up the dust and I
are hereby required to flle your answer "
with the Clerk of this Court spray schedule to discourage in- 49 '
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and to serve a copy thereof upon
the plaintiff or plaintiffs attorney sects and diseases that plaguethe can
whose name and address is:
Lawrence. Borns plant. Limit one with $5.00 or more food order
416 Seabreeze Boulevard It is not impossible to grow Fancy McIntosh
.Daytona Beach. Florida
not later than November 16th A. D. tulips in Florida. If you are Stokely's 303 can BAG APPLES 39c
1961 daring enough to try this tall 4 lb. bag
If you fail to do so. decree pro
confesso will be entered againstyou stemmed beauty, you can liter- HONEY POD PEAS 3 59C
for the relief demanded in the for California
bill of complaint. The nature of ally paint your garden with the

said WITNESS suit being my for hand divorce.and seal of gayest colors by selecting different Daisy Brand 8 oz. cup LEMONS 6 for 19c
said Court this 16th day of October varieties of tulips that
A. D. 1961.Official WHIPPED BUTTER 49c Fresh
do well here. ,
( Seal) E. A. SMYTHE
Clerk of said Circuit Court Here are few "musts" for GREEN BEANS' 2 Ibs. 29c
By Julia R. Harvey.
Deputy Clerk. growing tulips. Shurfresh
Oct. 19-26 & Nov. 2-9-4tc
-' Get the bulbs as soon as pos '
IN THE CIIICUIT COUNTY COURT FLORIDA OFFLAGLER sible. Put them in the refrigerator BISCUITS 3 for25c .

IN CIIAXCKHY NO. 434O for about six to eight weeks
MARY CASSIDY. Plaintiff' and they will be ready for De- I Sizeea. New From Campbell's

Defendant. this is your first attempt
THE STATE OF FLORIDA. TO: at tulips, be sure to try some 59 2 for29c
292 Franklin New Brunswick Cassidy Avenue Dawins. Suggested varieties in. I .
Matawan. N. J. clude Clara Butt, Prunus, Barti-
You are hereby notified that a of William I Limit one with $5.00 or more food order
City Haarlem
suit has been filed against you in gon King Cole I 21l can .
the above entitled cause; and you .Pitt Farncomb Sanders and I
are hereby required to file your an- I '
swer with the Clerk of this Court Zwanesburg. I II PEACHES 2 for45c
and the plaintiff to serve or a plaintiffs copy thereof attorney upon, I In the Parrot type try Blue I FROZEN; FOODS: :: I -

whose name and address is: Parrot, Fantasy and Violet I
Selden Ray Selden Building Queen. In the Cottage group Sea Brand Deluxe 20 oz. pkg. f Appian WayPIZZA

later Daytona than Beach.October Floridanot 27th A. D. use Onglescome Yellow and BREADED SHRIMP 99C MIX 39C
1961.If Golden Harvest pig
confesso you fail wlll to be do entered so. decree againstyou pro Avoid planting tulips in indian I, Birds i Eye 9 oz. pkg. I

bill for of complaint.the-relief demanded The nature in the of file. Single rows of tulip I FRENCH FRIES 2 for 39c Brer Rabbit No. 5 jar -
said suit being for divorce. bulbs gives such a thin line of 1
WITNESS my hand and seal! of j Birds Eye 10 oz. pkg. SYRUP 49C
color that will not
said Court this 21st day of Sep- repay you .
tember(Official A.Seal D.) 1961. for your efforts. It is best' to GARDEN PEAS 2 for 39c I

E. A. SMYTHE set theTaulbs in clusters or stagger -- -
Clerk of said Circuit Court I 1dn! \" Ji... ,:fnf""dT:
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Sept. 28 & Oct. 5-1-19-Hc the rows,several bulbs wide.WWAWVVWWJWWV !
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with the purchase of with the purchase of ''I
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Telephone HEmlock 9-2093 1 ,
E. Owens, father of HObert, --
The room mothers of thej!
Owens of Flagler Beach, passed Flagler Beach PTA met Monday j. Load Your Cart At
away in Lanett, Alabama, last '
night with the executive boardto
Thursday following a long ill complete plans for the Hal 'I'
ness. He was 87 years of age. FLAGLER FOOD
loween Carnival which will be
Funeral services were held on October 29. It is to start at I
from the Harreton Heights'Meth 4 P.M. with a buffet dinner to. Sop 0
odist Church on Friday after. be served from 5 until 7.0'Clock.1| ( STORE
noon. Interment followed at the Tickets are now on sale for the j
Rest Haven Cemetery there. dinn. ers which will be three ;
Mr. and Mrs. Owens and fam I main dishes this year. They will' Flagler Beach

1 ily went to Lanett for the funeral be ham, turkey, and spaghetti| .. ',: 0
services, returning home with meat' balls. They plan to]I
PRICES GOOD Thurs.-Fri-Sat. Oct. 19-20-21, 1961
j Monday. make this carnival their biggest I
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one so far. I -
Henderson's Chase & Sanborn

Miss Kay Bourquadez, home THURSDAY. 'I COFFEE
service representative for FlorIda The WSCS of the.Flagler Beach I SUGAR
I Power and Light Company, Methodist Church met last I
I\, will be at the Flagler Woman's Thursday morning at the homeof %
-Club on Wednesday, October 5, Mrs. Ray Lehr. Twenty mem
:f beginning at 1 P. M. to give a bers were pre ent and Mrs. Lehr lb. lb. 39
'I f; free demonstration on the use was assisted by her daughter,! 5 29
,I and advantages of the Electronic Mrs. Joseph Baldwin. I bag can
Oven in the home. Mrs.' Bernie Wilson presided
the short business meet- I Limit one with $5.00 or more food order
She will also advise on the during Limit one with $5.00 or more food order
proper care and use of the regular ing. Mrs. Harry Treadwell gave ---- \
electric ranges and cooking the devotional. Mrs.. Kay Swayze 46 oz. Stokely TOMATO I No. 300 can Bush
utensils. There will be door resigned as secretary and Miss I KIDNEY BEANS
prizes given by the power com- Emily Gage was elected to finish < YOUR
pany. her term of office. Standing I JUICE 4 for $1 No. 300 can Bush'
committee reports were given by CHOICE
Refreshments will be served
and the public is cordially in- Mesdames Reynold Hoover, Ray ____ _____
Lehr, Inez Crenshaw, H. Tread-
vited to attend. Mrs. E. P. Fleu- 303 can Green Giant No. 300 ShowboatPEAS
rie and Mrs. V. W. Haines, club well, Leonard Johnson and Miss PORK & BEANS
members, will be hostesses for Dorothy Homans. Mrs. Jack
the afternoon. Mrs. Harold Mas- member.Meekins was welcomed as a new 5'lor 100can No. 300 Greens 1 O

sie, program chairman, arrangedfor TURNIP
The led Mrs.
program was by
the demonstration before
Keith Lovell 'and she
was as-
she went away on vacation. 21/2 SouthernYAMS
I I sisted by Mrs. Treadwell and MUSTARD 0 CAN
Mrs. Johnson. It was a studyon "' .
"New Churches." Mrs.' Inez 5'-I00'
Crenshaw completed her con. t I COLLARDS
The first fall meeting of the tinued report on the book "Un
No. 300 can Lykes
Flagler Beach Garden Club was der Orders." I
303 can Shurfine Bartlett CORNED BEEFHASH
held last Tuesday at the homeof There was an open discussion
L-\\ Mrs. Ray :Martel with Mrs. concerning the yearly projects,
Cletus Strauser the co-hostess. the first one of which will be PEARS 4 Fifteen members were present.Mrs. the Country Fair Friday, November -
Martel, president, presided -I 17th in the north store spaceof
and much thought was the Wickline building across
Shurfine Evaporated
put into the interesting program from the pier. There will be No. 300 can Lykes
presented to the members for hand work and homemade candyin
the coming year. Those considered beautifully decorated cans. MILK '
most important were the Samples were on display show- I I.
cleaning and landscaping of the ing the members how to prepare i
park on AlA and the Christmas them for the Country Fair.
Flower Show in December. The 1 The next meeting will be at With Beans
suggestions for the year's proj 9:30: A.M. on November 9th at I 1 O
ects and activities were met the home of Misses Emily and can 1 1QUALITY 19
with enthusiasm. Plans were Flora Gage on North AlA can
made for a plant exchange and Mrs. Harry Treadwell an I
Limit six with $5.00 food order
or more
also plant sale later. nouncedthat the WSCS Weekof _
Mrs Martel and Mrs. Strauser Prayer and Self-Denial wouldbe
served,punch, coffee and a cake observed at her home from I MEATS
decorated in the fall theme. 10 until 11 A.M. on Thursday,
Grade "A" Dressed & Drawn
Each member received a pepperoni (October 26th.
plant as they were leaving.Mr. .
I Mr. and Mrs. E.D Johns madea WHOLE FRYERS each 59
and Mrs. Wm. V. Mooreof trip during the weekend to
Daytona Beach were luncheon I Sarasota and visited there with
guests of Mr. and Mrs. V. W. j I their son in law and daughter, Center Cut Fresh Boston Butt
Haines last Friday, honoring '!'Mr.' and Mrs. C. C. Holderman. PORK PORKROAST
.Mrs. Moore on her birthday and .They stopped over in Lakeland
w also their sixth wedding anniversary I to visit with her uncle, E. H. *
i the next day. Mrs. I Dixon. I CHOPS ''Ib. 69 lb. 49
Moore will be remembered as
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Mrs. Florence Williams. on Page
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: In Florida I i goggles, don't be surprised if De- 1 fruit set and those that matureare narrow,' shiny, green leaves that tained in sacs, about each seed.
troit comes out with another poor; quality. measure from 1 to 3 inches long. The fruit is a "pastime" fruit-

"Tall.twister." There are a number varieties These plants sucker freely at that is, it is eaten mainly to kill
They pomegranatewent
say ,of pomegranates. Some the base. The suckers must be time. Also, the juice is used in
out of style with the crankof
In any event the pomegranateis plants are shrub-like, while oth- removed as fast as they appearIf preparation of drinks and syr-
the Model "T.
likely to make a comebackas ers grow into 20-foot trees. you desire a tree-shaped plant. ups.

But with the increased num- a popular fruit. The time is Because the fruit Is not com- Pomegranates produce large Pomegranates are propagatedby

ber Jot old-fashioned gear-stick ripe. mercially grown in the state, deep-red ,blossoms for a period seeds cuttings and layering.

autos and .drivers'with caps and folks University of Florida researchersof 'of several weeks in the spring. These methods are slow and
During 'the depression
the Agricultural Experiment The fruiting season is from Au- take several years before you'll
were too busy making a livingto
i Station have not made a recent gust through early October. harvest fruit. So, the quickerway
waste time sucking a dropof
check to discover the'best suited The fruit is from 2 to 4 inchesin to get into fruit- productionwith
tart juice from each of the
WORLD OUTDOORS hundreds of seeds within the variety for Florida. But to geta diameter and is covered bya this old-fashioned orna-

project underway, try either leather-like peel that rangesIn mental is to purchase a fruit-
fruit. Now, standards are
Rhoda or Purple Seed pome- color from yellow to a bright ing plant from your nurseryman.
higher and people have time on
granates. He should be able to sell youa
their hands-between home and red.The
These varieties are somewhat edible portion consists of potted plant ready to be set
mortgage 'payments.
I spiny. small, shrubby trees with the juicy translucent pulp con- : as a dooryard tree.

"You know, I never thought The pomegranate is an ideal

much about It until now," the fruit for the tv 'viewers who

man said speaking between bites must munch as they look. The SALUTE TO FLORIDA

and pausing almost between fruit is guaranteed nonfattening -
every move as it takes more energy I'
an expression of delight ovcr'the
struggling to get at a drop of
off-season treat that was his fare
juice than 'the food value re SEAT WEST PALM BEACH
this warm summer evening.On

the plate before him a braceof ceived. b. Palm Beach County was formed in 1909 and

plump, well-browned Bob White was named for its tropical setting of palms

were artistically surrounded by, Should an atomic attack come, ;ti, and beaches.

gravy-topped wedges of hard the fruit would be handy to
Palm Beach is internationally famous as a.
toast. harvest during the dash to safe- rr s: winter resort and each year it plays host to

"Yes, sir," he continued, hold- ty. Eating the fruit would help I z': ., :; visitors from every country in the world.

Ing up a leg bone for careful appraisal I pass the time, and likely as not, I I =j : ,:. Thousands of tourists provide one of the-

"I topped this hill. county's major sources of income.
one fruit, eaten at a leisurelypace
must have been doing about 55 .
would last an entire two- Located in South Florida on the East Coast.
sad there I was, right smack In Palm Beach County comprises 1,649,920 acres ,
the middle of them. Never had a week confinement.The :::: and is the largest county in the state. j jA

chance. In fact, I didn't see them
until It all over." pomegranate is a native In progressive Palm Beach county, and
was and of southern Asia and is,common throughout Florida the United States Brewers -
He paused, thoughtfully --: -- Association works constantly to maintain
took a long drink of tea. "But, in both tropics and. subtropics,
'I the sale of beer and ale under pleasant
I you know, I took to noticing things which include all areas of Flor- : .I orderly conditions. Believing that strict law

after that and it's pure carnageon ida. I \ enforcement serves the best interest of the

the highways. Why I saw rab- ,.1 people of Florida, the Association stresses
bits by the dozens had to slow However, University of Florida I II I I close cooperation with the Armed Forces,
'I claim that these law enforcement and governing officials.
down to keep from running over specialists

a couple myself. And 'possums I I seedy fruit producers are.better --

\squirrels cardinals mocking- adapted to regions with long, pi.oRtDA jari VISIONllKtTM ...

birds and robins. And domesticated I hot, dry summers than to Florida
and cats I I UCHt StAtJES INC
animals-dogs I climate. BfVfACOf BREWERS ASSOCIATION, ,

. cats '
especially cats boy' MODMATIQN ORLANDO

really catch it on the highways." I!I I These experts claim that you
of quail -
that remained one
will need to take extra care to -- -
were a few bones and the other
bird was fast disappearing. "Yes- I I raise pomegranates here. In the .

sir we drive down the hlghI I I I Sunshine State the trees are

ways every day and we don't prone to be ravaged by virus

notice these things. I don't. Never I I diseases. Blameless ELECTRIC

paid any attention before, until .Iran Cooking .
n' Into these quail. Then I got The pomegranate likes clay to

.to noticing the dead animals and [ loamy acid soil. When grown .' .,; -* *. .

birds along the highways and I on shallow limestone soils few '

was really surprised. Ever take .

notice on any of your trips' IN TilE CIRCUIT COURT OF heats the food'I .

Without waiting for an answer, FLAGLER COUNTY. FLORIDA, .
he pushed the plate away and IN CHANCERY NO.

reached for a cigar. "Now, that ANITA H. PACE Plaintiff. I '

was a meal fit for a king. Just I .not the kitchen
wish that those birds hadn't been ROBERT Defendant.PACE

crossing the highway to get to NOTICE TO DEFENDTHE
,that pond at the wrong time. STATE OF FLORIDA TO: ,. .

Bethesda\Vard 137. MarylandYou Naval Hospital I T rr/a R.7?.......: ......;.r.,......:...,l.C. .::. 'v:y:.'.}1... ...r.. .:r::!v.: >Y:.. .ru.. J4. !!. fi: '. S l..;}:'?x.:.:...N.fl.. r.
NTII JUDICIAL CIRCUIT IN AND are hereby notified that a h. y.2.

FOR FLAGLKR COUNTY, FLOR- suit has been filed against you in I .y.a:fati.:ii;<::..;./... ... r.y Y'. 5.? ,. .....r..:...... ...,: :r..}:{r.:. ,.,Y..: f.. r:... ;.
the above entitled and ::$ ;
r.x :u.
IN CHANCERY. CASE NO. cause; you }>rr:4x., ;h. Yl.
IDA. :{.:,.:':w:}}:{ .. ,
4343NELL. are hereby required to file your an- ?i'?}:?}}.}rrx:.:?:4;.{.:.;.;: :'; .s.y., ...
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B. swer with the Clerk of this Court, :::r :4Yrr.
WEBSTER.Plaintiff, and to serve, a copy thereof upon .
-vs- the plaintiff or plaintiffs attorney ;?: ,r::J;}:
JOHN WEBSTER. whose name and address is:
Defendant. Dunham and Bennett I
DIVORCE P.O. pox 179
NOTICE TO APPEAR St. Augustine Florida
THE STATE OP FLORIDA TO: not later than October 27th A. D.
Puritan Cafe If vou fail to do so. decree pro J
4 2nd and Market Sts. confesso will be entered againstyou .__N lit I 'd. ,
'Vllmln ton. North Carolina for the relief demanded In the t t
YOU ARE HEREBY NOTIFIEDthat bill of complaint. The nature of
a suit for divorce has been said suit being for divorce. i
filed against you in the above en- WITNESS my hand and seal of Y .
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and you are hereby said Court this 25th day of Sep- f.,. rr : .i.
required to tember A. D. 1961. .}Y,{; %
serve upon Plaintiff'sAttorney rr.L xvSC:{ %f'x.r.; ifr :+?:v'::n:
whose nam e'and address (Official Seal) ::;$fi<,w:
hereon. written defense E. A. SMYTHE
appear your
if any to the Bill of Com- Clerk of said Circuit Court .f+:.. :<}-r } }+;:}y:::.4..x; ,<.;?:;;::ry.:
plaint in said suit. on or before Sept. 28 & Oct. 5-12-19-4te
the 27th day of October 1961: else
decree confesso will be entered ELECTRIC cooking means there's
pro FLAME cooking means heat spills
against you.'VITNESS Statement required by the Act of
August 24, 1912 as amended by the direct contact between utensil
my hand and seal of and up around utensil, heats
said Court, this 21st day of SeP- Acts of March 3. 1933 (Title 39. U.S. up your
tember. 1961. Code. Sec. 2330) showing the own heating element Heat'goes quickly kitchen-and you I
(SEAL) E. A. SMYTHE ership. management"and circulationof
Clerk of said Court The Flagler Tribune, published I and directly into the food not '
W. L. WADSWORTHP.O. weekly at Bunnell. Florida,. for oc-
Box 396 October 1961. your kitchen.
Bunnell. Florida 1. The names and addresses of
Attorney for Plaintiff. the publisher, editor managing edi- t
28 & Oct. 5-12-19-4te tor, and business manager are: ,
Sept. Publisher. Mrs. M. B. Fuller Bun- A modern automatic electric range will cook food just as.fast i................"": .
Ft.AOt.KIl COUNTY, FLORIDA, Florida. as food will cook without wasted heat that overheats the : NEW ELECTRONICCOOKING
IN CHANCERY NO. 4283 Editor. Mrs. M. B. Fuller. Bun
MARY ALICE LANE nell. Florida. kitchen and you. Flam e less electric cooking means no constant i is theworld's
Plaintiff.WILLIAM 2. The owner Is 11. B. Fuller : f fastest ,
vs. Bunnell. Florida. I burning pilot lights.. also eliminates the by-products. of flame : Magically cuts :
R. 3. The known bondholders, mort-
LANEDefendant. cooking time from ?
gagees and other security holders soot, fumes, greasy fuel grime. So change over to the comfort :
NOTICE TO DEFEND owning or holding 1 percent or more : hours to minutes.. : -
THE STATE OF FLORIDA. TO: of total amount of bonds mort- and convenience of a flameless electric range you'll be proud i from minutes to .
William R. Lane I gages, or other securities are: None. seconds I
2009 Eastern Parkway 4. Paragraphs 2 and 3 Include incases of your kitchen as well as your cooking. :
Brooklyn 7, New York where the stockholder or security -. :....................5
You are hereby notified that a
holder appears upon the
suit has been filed In I See electric appliance dealer
against you books of the company as trustee or your today
the above entitled cause; and you In any other fiduciary relation the '
are hereby required to file your answer ,
name of the person or corporationfor .
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with the Clerk of this Court. whom such trustee Is acting;
and to serve a copy thereof upon also the statements In the two para- :.
the plaintiff or plaintiffs attorney. graphs show the affiant' full knowl- ;
whose name and address Is: edge and belief as to the circumstances "f'-rk1rQfIal ,

Selden Ray Selden Building stockholders and conditions and security under holders which L #t-f1gJJ JIJ}! r

not 1961.later Daytona,than Beach November Florida 9. A. D. who the do company not appear as upon trustees the,booksof hold ...... ...Irs CIIEAPEIf TOOl -

stock and securities In a capacity
If you Tail to do so. decree pro
other than that of a bona tide owner.
will be entered against
you confesso for the relief demanded in the 5. The average number of copiesof FLORIDA POWER I LIGHT COMPANY I
each issue of this publication sold -
bill of complaint. The nature of
said suit being for divorce. or distributed. through the malls or 't- H LI'INS'IJUILD FLORIDA Q' ''I
WITNESS my hand and seal of otherwise to paid subscribers dur- l lr
said Court this 6th day of October ing the 12 months preceding the
A. D. 1961. date above shown was .1160.
(Official Seal) E. A. .MRS. M. FULLER. Editor
Clerk of said Circuit Court I Sworn to and subscribed before me AftMNias.
By Julia R. Harvey this *st day of October. 1961. -- IIIctric iiiKtoMtaMIODALOOMHOIIC .i
Deputy Clerk O. F. ALFORD. Notary Public rap .
Oct. 1218-26 & Nov. 2-4tc My commission expires Sept. 6. 1963 .




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I. 'Fort Clinch f ing. : from tower the near viSltrirs'the Cape.observation See Florida This. Summer ; --

Ofers History I Farther so'uth, U. S. 1 shows i .
the way to Vero Beach and McKee .-
Fort Clinch
Jungle Gardens, where orchids I Offers History Recreation
I i And Recreation.. royal palms- and o.ther.1) ,
I tropical vegetation provide ,an I

:' ): r., yjitiety, js. the spice of life, exotic atmosphere. It leads; him'
' : ttie'n' ftforfda>.scenic East Coastlanasjpuch beside the tranquil waters of
seasoning.as a ten- the famous Indian River, a fish

t .cqurs: Italian meal.. erman's paradise, to Fort Pierce. I

1.From Fernandina Beach to From Fort Pierce to Miami the .
Key"West; this'540' -mile stretchof I Sunshine State Parkway provides -
'Florid and 'beside the blue I four-lane service for the
Atlantic"glitters with attractions"like motorists in a hurry. AlA and
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the sky 'g eams with stars. U. S. 1 continue their southward J

Whether the visitor to this area Journey at a more leisurely pace
:seeks missiles or monasteries, near the coast. '- I .

fishing or forts, nightclubs or
At West Palm Beach the Nor
nature, he will find what he
I i ii ton Gallery art museum invites
i wants. ,, visitors to see its notable collection -

Near Fernandina Beach his. of rare jade. Farther
toric Fort Clinch, a scene of action south Fort Lauderdale's Bahia- ; a\t
during the Civil War, re- I Mar Yacht Basin is wold re-I
poses on the northeastern cor I nowned and nearby Hugh
ner of the state. Eight different lor Birch 'State Park provides
t' Hags have flown over the island opportunities for horseback riding I .Tti 4 n .:.

J on which the fort stands picnicking! ; fishing, and
I Fort Clinch is another reason 1" swimming. .
the Governor's Tourism Commit-
I At Dania, a Seminole Indian
t tee and the Florida Development ?
Commission are urging Floridians I Village with craft shops and exhibits jz
I offers the visitor one of >.:....... '
to vacation in their own :
Florida's most unusual attrac- '
state. I
Florida AlA carries the visitor tions and, at Hollywood, the
Kennel Club offers a 90-day sea-
( commercialand
:southward to the
son of racing.
industrial metropolis. of
t Jacksonville beside thepeaceful The Miami metropolitan area
Johns River. The surround- abounds with of '
St. a galaxy latI -
Eight flags have waved over the island where Fort Clinch near Fernandina Beach stands. The fort
ing countryside provides some tractions. Miami's: Serpentarium
; I one of many attractions along Florida's scenic East Coast was toured by more than 293,000 visitors
of the best fishing, especially features a varied collection of
last This seaside state offers
year. park camping boating fishing and picnicking facilities. A museumis
for black bass, in the country serpents, snake feeding and located within the fort.
n' and Jacksonvile Beach, with its venom-extracting exhibits. The
\ esplanade, amusement park, Parrot Jungle and the Rare Bird
and fishing pier, offers pleasant Farm offer exhibits of brilliantly
hours of relaxation. colored bird life.
From Jacksonville southward, Musa Isle Indian Village features
1 I-; AlA and U. S. 1 guide the visitor Seminoles in a native set- ,
/ on his way to St. Augustine, ting and includes performancesof
f oldest permanent settlement in alligator wrestling. The Or-

I' the 'U.S. This historic city, chid Jungle offers a fascinatingarray

founded in 1565 and pervaded of tropic blooms. ..
with a picturesque atmosphere, Vizcaya Dade County Art Museum "

\ abounds with relics of a bygone replica of a 15th century o

age. The old schoolhouse I Italian place and formerly,, the. k lJ r' i .
i slave market, city gates, old I $15,000,000 winter home 'of a \ -
t house, tand Castillo de San :Marco multi-millionaire, offers visitorsan 1&tv .
oldest masonry fort in the opportunity to view its lavish
i nation, are 'among its many furnishings and tour its huge
historic attractions. Non-historic formal gardens.A .
attractions include the Lightner wide range of night clubs,
Museum of Hobbies and two alligator three greyhound racing tracks
farms. l three horse racing tracks, and
Florida AlA shows the way to I I a jai alai fronton also provide
Marine Studios. At this mammoth i i entertainment for the guest. .
I oceanarium, the visitor Other fascinating attractionsin
can peer through portholes at I I the :Miami area include Fairchild -

denizens of the deep or climb j I Tropical Gardens, Sea-
to the topdeck to watch trained I I quarium Coral Castle Wax Museum -
i porpoises leap from the water to I I Monkey Jungle, Tropical
eat from the hands of attend. Hobbyland Buildorama six mu-
ants. 'I'I nicipal beaches all types of fish- iM\A\ J2A11J
Below Marineland lies Day- ing facilities and many munici-
tona Beach. Many varied attractions pal swimming pools.
assure the visitor of a delightful I II South of Miami in Everglades
stay in this funland be- National Park gained by en- #
side the Atlantic. He may spendan trance at Florida City. Wild and Down through the years the newsboy

exciting afternoon at Daytona timeless, it exudes an aura' of y'' has been one of our' nation's most enduring -
Beach International Speed- the tropics. A wildlife haven
:; typically American
\\S. : personalities.
the 1,500.000-acre has mod-
way, relax in the sun on the park
sloping sands of the city's world I em accomodations at Flamingo. '' Jaunty inventive independent, .

famous beach, enjoy fishing on Knifing through colorful Atlantic he perfectly symbolizes the great indus
the Halifax River, tour nearby and Gulf Waters, U.S. 1 .. try whose papers he sells.
Tomoka State Park or take in becomes the "road that went to

jai alal games at the city's fron sea." .An excellent island-hop For like the newsboy, our newspapers

ton.From ping thoroughfare from Key are on the,job serving us in all seasons
Daytona Beach U.S. r Largo to Key West it reveals
and palm studded and weather, in good times and bad .
leads to New Smyrna Beach mangrove
Turtle .Mound Historic 1\femorlal. panoramas of land, surf and keeping us informed,entertained, abreast

and then into Brevard County sky of the times.
where Cape Canaveral is located.If Finally, U.S. 1 and ,Florida's
the visitor plans his sched- versatile East Coast comes to an We are happy to join the many others
ule right, he will be able ,to end at the southermost point of .- the
\ across country who are saluting our
view a rocket or satellite launch. the continental U.S.Key West. S
newspaper industry this week in observance

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TO MEET MONDAY I visited in Columbia, S. C., California's San Bernardino
B t 1, Sanford, Florida, and Jackson- County is so large that it 'could
i The Royal Neighbors will |ville during the past two weeks. hold all of New Jersey, Massachusetts -

i meet on Monday evening, oc-I Mr. Kenney has been on vaca- Rhode Island, and Del-
I tober 23 at the home of tion. aware.
I Blanche Akers, 610 N. Moore St. _

- I I They will meet at 5:30 for an 1 i

outdoor barbecue. Mrs. Akers [
Mr. and Mrs. McKenzie DISTRICT GARDEN I said the husband are also in- '

CLUB MEETS 1 j[vited. Following the barbecue,
Honored On Golden qualift(
, top
business will be held. awes'
The Annual Fall Meeting of i i a meeting.
Anniversary District VI of the Florida Fed- cabbage! :'

Mr. and Mrs. Fred A. McKenzieSr. eration of Garden Clubs, Inc., Mr. and Mrs. Dale Brown, Jr"1 i
of Satsuma honored will be held at the Starlite Mo .
were visitIng
,were in Mt. Dora Sunday -
guests at a dinner party Sun tel, Cocoa Beach, on October 26, I with Mr. and Mrs. Dale B. I
day at the home of Mr. and :Mrs. I Mrs. J. G. Routzahn, Director of Brown, Sr.Howard 4 KILL
Walter in Haw Creek. District VI has announced. The I
Knight }> .
cabbage loopers .
The party was in celebration of Cocoa-Rockledge Garden Club ::::: ;
the McKenzies Golden Wedding and the Seagrape Garden Clubof I J. Wisehaupt of Flag- ) Y< imported cabbage worms .
Cocoa Beach, will be hostessesfor ler Beach recently entertained ....... .
Anniversary. the event. There will be a i Lander College students and fac-I j1j1} diamond-back moth larvae
Yellow roses in a cut glass Coffee, along with registration, I ulty members at chapel a .::.:::.::' .
container formed the center- to begin at 9 A. M. with the fast-moving, witty talk entitled I with ;
piece for the table where the meeting called to order at 10 "Using Your Head-The Insideof I Phosdrin4

guests were seated. A three tier- o'clock. it." Mr. Wisehaupt. was con- j ...:.: ,. .
ed cake decorated in white and This meeting's feature will be ducting a four-day "Courtesy j tM INSECTICIDE .-

gold was also featured in decorations I a talk by the president of the Week" program in Greenwood, sxh.r :: ::

on the buffet. I Federation, Mrs. Jack Dunlap, S. C., under the auspices of the J .$ At the first sign of loopers or worms, it's time for : :
Guests included members of with the theme "Florida's Beau. ]1 II Chamber of Commerce, Greenwood J i fJ fast action with new powerful Phosdrin insecticide. '
Our Heritage and' Our Re I Merchant's Association, : '.
ty j M Phosdrin is to dust It kills '
their immediate family. They easy use as a or spray. : :
sponsibility." and the Junior Chamber of I : ;
were Mrs. James McKenzie and I I Commerce. applied .
son :Mike, Mrs. Bessie Garlic of 1 : '0
Mrs. Louis Trad has returnedto : :.
of residue. ;
Satsuma; Mr. and Mrs. Albert A.I f
her home here Friday after I Work has begun on Mrs. ,J <:
Davis of St. Petersburg; :Mr. l Get a bumper vegetable crop this season-use :.
short visit in Gadsden, Ala., F. Tucker's home on Deen Road I
Charles Gonzales of Tampa; Mr. J1 I j t:< powerful Phosdrin insecticide at the first sign off
with her brother and sister in which her sons are building for
and Mrs. Tommy Durrance and 'I :j infestation. Be prepared-order your supply today!
law, Mr. and Mrs. Pete Jabaly her. She expects to move intoit I x:
E Rebecca of Bunnell; The honored :
and family. Mr. Jablay is with some time during November. g CALIFORNIA CHEMICAL COMPANY.
and the hosts.
the U. S. Navy and recently returned i t Ortho Division. P. O. Box 767 Orlando. Florida
to his home from the CARD OF THANKS .
Mr. and Mrs. McKenzie re- |
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.. sided here'about thirtyfiveyears Naval Hospital in Bethesda, Md. !I I We are sincerely grateful toi;| : ; : .w: f.;;:>>:
ago and were in the con J JI
friends and neighbors for their
struction business. Mr. and Mrs. Thomas Diamond 'j j I I many expressions of sympathy, II J JI ,
left last week for Detroit for a CORTH ) .
I I I cards, and flowers, sent during i
visit with members of their
i HERVEY WARD EISENBACHMr. our recent bereavement. Theyare I
family, and also their daugh-
deeply appreciated.
: and Mrs. C. B. Eisenbach ter's wedding which will be on I
announce the arrival of a son October 29. Mr. and Mrs. Robert Owens. fI

born Sunday morning, October
15, at the Halifax Hospital in I II

Daytona Beach. He weighed I

seven quarter given the pounds ounces.nameof three He Hervey and has three-Ward been II I, Now mDu A New World of Worth from Chevrolet

after his paternal and maternal

t grandfathers. ,

Attending a Church Conven-
Convention in Lowell Thursday

through Sunday were Mrs. T. K. I- ,, ... ,', .,. ..
McKnight, Mrs. Sherman Glover, II

Mrs. Norman Lane, Mrs. Gladys I
Salyerds, Mr.. and Mrs. Henry
Salyerds, Mr. and Mrs. P. P.'Pel- I .

licer and and Mrs. _.. .... ....
Mr. Tommy .........
Salyerds and children.

Guests of Mrs. Neva Eisenbach
during the past weekendwere

+ her son in law and daughter -

Mr. and Mrs. John Souther- New Chevrolet Impala Sport Coupe
land and children, John, Jr., and
Neva Sue. -

Lovers of good cars-ivJiat more could you leant! Hasn't this one got it, though! Fourteen lovely, lively

i Mr. and Mrs. O. F. Alford were models to choose from, with your pick of an economical 6 or
in Jacksonville Sunday visiting 62 CHEVROLET: your special favorite of five vigorous V8's (right up to a
with Mr. and Mrs. Don Alford 409-hp powerhouse). For putting that power to work just
and- their little son. the way you want it, there are four transmissions.

Step right in-and feel luxurious. Fine, comfortable car, isn't it? More? Plenty. You've got Jetsmooth.ride, Body by

Hubert Frier and his mother, A car with Jet-smooth ride..with a new choice of Y8 power.. mufflers Fisher craftsmanship for all engines., and handy helpers like longer lived

Mrs. Laura Frier, are spending longer lived beauty(front fenders have steel underskirts to help Still more? You bet. And your Chevrolet dealer's just
their vacation visiting in Davenport fend off rust and stones).For'62,here's more than ever to like. itching to tick it off for you firsthand.
Iowa, and Wadsworth, optional at extra cost
Illinois. They will be accom- ,
panied home by Hollis Derry
who will spend the winter here. I
He has visited with relatives in i
Wadsworth during the summer -- NEW CHEW H

months.Mr. Ac
Sensibility at its Sunday best in a totally new line of cars!
and Mrs. John Jarosz have
returned to their home here JJj "' Here's sturdy simplicity to save money in service
from a trip to Detroit on busi- and maintenance. Uncompromising economy (yourchoice
_-- of a 4or 6-cylinder engine in most models). '
ness and also visit with
a rela- Steadfast Chevrolet
dependability. Body by Fisher
tives. .. ,, a '' craftsmanship. Engineering advances like the Mono-
Plate rear springs to eliminate the squeaking and '
4-CLUB NEWS friction of multi-leaf springs. Nine new-size modelsNew
CKflJ/ll' 800 l-Dr. Sedan in all (including the soon-to-be-available hardtop,
(Martin Tucker, reporter) convertible and wagons) with roominess to spare.
More details? Your dealer's loaded with 'em.
The 4-H Clubs met Thursday
afternoon at the Courthousewith

the advisor, Howard Taylor.
Plans for Cracker No-
Day on
vember 4th were completed and See the '62 Chevrolet- the new Chevy II and '62 Corvair at your local authorized Chevrolet dealer's R'

instructions for the Calf Project 1 :- I.
were distributed by Mr. Taylor. '

Three new members were accepted HALL-TUMLIN CHEVROLET COMPANY
into the club. They were
Howard Pellicer, John Cook and I

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Federal taxes paid by Floridians, up 15 REQUEST FOIl DIDS IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF
Sports Corner Tax: in Sealed bids will be received in I FLAGLER COUNTY<' ",
cent $241 million in
per ; corpor- the office of the City Clerk of the IN CHANCERY JVO. 4346

ate taxes, up 4 per cent; and City of Bunnell. Florida in the i RUTH BULDO.
Civic Center Building on or before Plaintiff
/Continued !rom Dam 2) Florida GrowsFederal $136 million in other types of 12:00 o'clock noon on the 6th day I' vs.

internal revenue, a gain of 15 of Xovember. A. D. 1961. for one ;;JOSEPH BULDO.
BROWSING WITHBULLDOGS 1962 8-cylinder, 4-door sedan with Defendant.

THE tax collections in per cent. with the following specifications: I I NOTICE TO DEFEND
Minimum wheelbase of 118" THE STATE OF
"Although a comparable
Florida are setting a faster I j I Minimum 200 h. p. V8 engine I Joseph Buldo
' Well the Bulldogs have won in- breakdown of personal incomeis 40-amp low cut-in generator i 793 West Broad Street
growth-pace than personal I 7.10 x 15 tires Westfleld, N. J.
half of. their season's games- come received by ,Floridians, the not available, some detail is Automatic transmission I I You are hereby notified that a
I Fresh air heater i suit I: has been filed
against In
in all. in official you
five provided reports.
r games Florida State Chamber of Commerce Power steering J'the I above entitled cause; and you
Wages and salaries paid to I Spot light I are hereby required to file your answer -
r The Bulldogs played some reports."In I Color: white or equivalent j' with the Clerk of this Court.
Floridians made $6,008,000-
. Coach Manuel and 1960, the' federal tax total up A trade-in allowance on 1960, 8- and to serve a copy thereof upon
, good games. I 000 of the total personal income cylinder, automatic transmission. ,the plaintiff or plaintiffs attorney,
Cliff McGriff'sure did a good collected in the state was almost 4-door Ford and transferring ,of I whose name and address is:
four times the 1950 figure while last year registering a 7 per cent siren from old car to new to be Ray Selden
job. I have seen the boys prac- I gain 1959. considered in bidding. I Selden Building
tice and and of personal income was close to over Each bid shall be addressed to Daytona Beach. Florida
play everyone Property income (rents, dividends the City Commissioners, Bunnell, not later than' November 2, A. D.
the boys has improved and three times greater in 1960 than Florida, marked "Bid for 1962. 4- I'I 1961.
in 1950. I I etc.) amounted to $1- door sedan." The, City Commissioners I, If you fall to do so, decree pro
learned quite a bit. When the 673,000,000 also 7 cent reserve the right to reject any i|confesso i will be entered against
I "A comparison of the 1959 up per and all bids and to waiveany informalities you for the relief demanded in the
season opened predicted an I I
as was $818 million in income in bidding and also to bill of Complaint. The nature of
S-2 season with Father ,Lopez and the 1960 figures accentuates !' accept the bid that in its judgmentwill I i I said suit being for divorce.
this trend. Collections of all from miscellaneous sources. be for the best interest of I I WITNESS' my hand and seal of
and Hastings the stumbling I I the City of Bunnell, Florida. : said Court this 2Jth day of September -
"Not so fortunate was the total A. D. 1961.
blocks.I federal internal revenue WITNESS my hand and official I I
amount-I income received by proprietors seal this 10th day of October. A. I). '. (Official Seal)
ed to $1,399,999,999 I 1961. I E. A. SMYTHE

wanted predict a perfect of all types in Florida. TheI of said CIrCUit Court
calendar year 1960, a 13 per City of Bunnell. Florida i j I I Oct. S-lgie& tcRESLI'TION

season for our boys which they cent gain over the previous year. I I total for this group, came to $1439,000,000 ,- Levi 1... Brannam, Mayor !!
would of dqne but I wanted the Personal income amounted to slightly below 1959." Nancy C. Ro*- rs, City Clerk i,i WHEREAS It Is necessary and

boys to shoot for it. But in the $9,938,000,000, in 1960, an increase Oct. 12-19-2tc I I|Imperative that additional revenue
!|! to that to '
second game the jinx hit us and of 6 per cent. 'A breakdown EXPERT ON RUSSIAN IN TIIK CIRCUIT (COURT J.EVEN-I I[I Levy, be obtained raised for the by operation General

we lost one of the most promising I i[ of the tax total shows $1- HISTORY SPEAKS AT Til FOR JUDICIAL FLAGLER CIRCUIT COUNTY.IX FLOR AND I[I I and free schools maintenance in Special of the Tax School public

ends Randy Morris with an IUA. IX CHANCERY NO. 4337 i District No. 1
I 1022.000.000 in individual income HAROLD PAYNE WISEMAN. in Flagler County,
I watched I UNIVERSITY OF FLA. :Florida, as created under and by virtue -
arm injury. ; Plaintiff j
t I I of the laws of the State of
In practice and with a little I vs. Florida, and this Board estimated
on something to meet the next :I The crisis in the war against I. THERESA WISEMAN. that for the next two years a 10
more help could develop into Defendant. mill tax on the real and personal
five teams as this break in the Communism lies in the mindsof ,
of the best little re- NOTICE TO DEFEND property telephone telegraph and
one pass schedule was Coach Manuel's Americans, not on the battle- IN THE NAME OF THE STATE railroads i :, in said district is necessary -
ceivers as he just has a natural OF FLORIDA i for the exclusive purpose of
prayer.I field, an expert on Russian his- TO: CLAIRE THERESA WISEMAN operating and maintaining the
way about himself and he lovesto 77 Mack Road I pubblic free schools In said district.
am looking forward to see tory told University of Florida
I Fitchburg Massachusetts THEREFORE BE IT RESOLVED
play. ing a different team in the students gathered for the university's I YOU ARE HEREBY NOTIFIED I BY THE Board of Public Instruction -

Then we had our halfback that a suit for divorce has been j of Flagler County, Florida
Father Lopez I know every eighth annual scholar-
game. } brought against you in the Circuit that an election is hereby called
Harry Kuleski. Coach Manuel I boy is going to work a lit- ship convocation last week. Court of Flagler County Florida to be held on the date herein fixed
in Chancery by HAROLD PAYNE for the purpose herein specified.
blueprints his whole plans with tle harder. I have seen Mike Dr. Michael B. Petrovich, University I WISEMAN styled as above and BE IT FURTHER RESOLVED

Jerry and Harry, both passingand i! you are hereby required to file, BY said Board that an election
Cook who is just a different ballplayer of Wisconsin history pro- I personally or by Attorney with shall be and is hereby -ordered to

on keeper with his line play and worker. I think Mikeis fesso, said "Freedom is the ob- the Clerk of said Court at Bun- be held In Special Tax School Dis-
neB. Florida your answer written trict No. 1. Flagler County I I there would be no stopping themas just going to be a workhorse. ligation to face the problemsand ( defenses if IHaY. to the or Complaint -- at the voting places in said District -

Big Wilbur was developing Flynn Edmonson looks good. I decisions of the citizen. : in said suit on or before i''I 7th hereinafter designated on the
the day of November
j day of November A. 1>. 1961 at
the power. believe every boy is going to Everytime we fail to vote we 11961, and to serve a copy thereof I which election shall be submitted
; upon RICHARD E. CONNER. I to the qualified electors qualified
Then Ronnie Canakaris, all I make up the big slack we lost are escaping from freedom." He I for Plaintiff whose address Attorney I. to vote in such election residing I

'conference tackle three seasons, I and we are going to go on and called on the students to realize is 135} Canal Street P. O. Box I in taxes said on District real who have paid
1566 New Smyrna Beach. Florida. ,I or personal property
'was injured. Sort of stunned the I make it.a. perfect season. As everyone is "afraid of freedom," THE FLAGLER TRIBUNE is in said District, as required by law .
hereby designated proposition, to-wit
team. With this week off I be- we got the best team in the and challenged them to combat in which this as Order newspaper shall- I Determination of the number :of I

lieve Coach Manuel will work I conference, let's go boys. this by thinking for themselves. be(4) published consecutive once weeks.a week for four Special mills of Tax the District School District School Tax No.1.In I

t' HEREIN FAIL NOT OR JUDG- I to be levied for each of the next ;
MENT WILL BE ENTERED A- succeeding two years for the exclusive I
GAINST YOU BY DEFAULT. I purpose of operating and '
WITNESS my hand and the seal maintaining the public free schoolsof
I of said Court at Bunnell. Flagler said District the estimated mill- I
County Florida. this 9th day of age required for each of the next
f October. A. D. 1961. I two years beinir 10 mills.RESOLVED (
I (Seal) E. A. SMYTHE
the fol-
'- l' } I Clerk of the Circuit Court
RICHARD E. CONNER ,lowing places are hereby designated -
; as polling places In said District -
Attorn at Law
\ I i In
135% Canal Street which said election is to
\ I be held

No wait. No worry. : s I New Post Office Smyrna Box Beach 1566 Florida Court PRECINCT HousePRECINCT: No. 1 Bunnell -

x Oct. 12-19-26 & Nov. 2-4tciv I
I No. 2 Flagler Beach 1
Flagler Beach Recreation Hall.
I !SEVENTH i rmcuiT COURT OF Tim PRECINCT No. 3 Haw Creek- I.
WILLIS HERBERT REA. JR.. '-Community Hall.* St. Johns Park

!5fJ Plaintiff, I PRECINCT No. 4-A Bunnell-

I SARA S. REA vs. Masonic PRECINCT Temple.No. 5 Espanola-
L1 I Defendant. I Community Hall.PHECINCT I
hurry IN THE NAME OF THE STATE wav-Johnson's Fruit Stand.
a I OF FLORIDA: I The foregoing election precincts C
I TO: SARA S. REA whose residence I being all the election precincts In
is: '(said Special Tax School District
..........e................. ; Apt. M-5, Raleigh Apartments I No 1 in Flagler County. Florida.BE I
I Raleigh. North Carolina i IT FURTHER RESOLVED
You are hereby required to file !I that this Board shall appoint the
('your answer with the Clerk of this I persons who are to be inspectors
Court to the Bill of Complaint filed and clerks for each respective poll-
t Enjoy all the hot water you need-right when you r herein againt you in the above en- I| ing place at which said election is

need it-safely and surely with an automatic Flame- titled cause on or before the 2nd to be held and shall publish said
day of November A. D.. 1961 and I I names as required by law.
J less Electric Water Heater. The new super-fast, .v # serve a copy thereof upon LAWRENCE BE IT FURTHER RESOLVEDthat
I W. BORNS. plaintiffs attorney +I there shall be prepared and
super-safe models can heat as much hot water in 24 xh herein, whose address is furnished to said inspectors of
416 Seabreeze Boulevard Daytona election for use at said electionthe
hours as the average family uses in two full weeks. '' Beach Florida. "The Flagler Tri- I I necessary ballot boxes and
I bune" is hereby designated as the ballots as required by lathat;
What's tuck Electric Water newspaper In which this order the form of ballot to be used in
more can an I
shall be published once a.week for election shall be substantially
Heater away anywhere, for there is no flame or } four consecutive weeks. HEREIN 'as follows:
fumes, no soot or smoke.Therefore it doesn't require WILL BE ENTERED'AGAINST I'I NO. 1 ELECTION FOR
flues or vents. Clean, silent and trouble-free t HELD ON NOVEMBER 7. 1961.
and The nature of this suit is a bill 1. BALLOT FOR SCHOOL TAX
just install it forget it. for divorce. DISTRICT NO. 1. MILLAGE LEVY I
a WITNESS My hand and seal at I INSTRUCTION TO VOTERS: Indicate -
Add up all the advantages and you'll see why nearly .L I Bunnell. Flagler County. Florida by marking an '"X" in the
this 2nd day of October. A. D. 1961 space after the line 1. whether you I
a million Floridians have switched to Flameless'k (Official Seal E. A. SMYTHE I I favor the proposed mlllape levy
I As Clerk Circuit Court I II which is necessary for the approved -
Electric water heating. l Flagler County Florida, I school term. If you favora
} 4 r I Oct. 5-12-19-6-4tc I different mlllage levy, write the
You can select from round, table-top and under- __10--_ levy you favor after line 2.
counter models at your appliance dealer, plumber, : THE CLOSING OF ROADS (1.Ij( Estimated I mlllage levy required
I TO WHOM IT MAY CONCERN: for regular term nO) mills.
or electrical contractor. You will take notice that the

Board of County Commissioners of 2. Other millage levy
,.,. I
,.". -;. '" Flagler County. Florida upon petition 1
,, at 9 o'clock A. M.. on the 6th day BE IT FURTHER RESOLVED
,. of November 1961, at the County BY said Board that this Resolution -
,, ,
k"": ''V. 'OC. i Court House in
Flaerler County
... of the calling and holding of
I. : : 'w .... Florjda. consider and determine I said election shall be publishedonce
whether or not the County will
:: t each week for four consecutive -
i I vacate abandon discontinue and
\ weeks in The Flagler Tribune
{lanveright thecCounty disclaim :t a pew paper of general circulation
of and the throughout the County of Flakier
M WAY nubile in and to any land or interest !and published in said County that
ELECTRIC heat Is sealed FLAMj heat can't be vwlr, ? therein acquired for road I!a notice specifying the names of
_;;.rs of county highway purposes and I the
inspectors and clerks of elec-
In-100% surrounded by sealed In, Is wasted r w"
renounce and disclaim rightof
,'. any Itlon In said District shall be pub-
Insulation. up flues and vents. :.. the County and public in and ,ilished once in said newspaper at '
to any land. or Interest therein.i i least fifteen (15) days before the
-t delineated upon any map or nlat I holding of said election.
aiaJ recorded In Flagler County. Florida i BE IT FURTHER RESOLVED'by
which said roads are more particularly said Board that the Chairman
k described as follows: and Secretary nf this Board are Instructed -
That county roa* lyiner beI t to take all other or fur-
J tween Section 3. Township 13South ther steps as may be needful in
t J nekss Ran ere 2. EAst And I accordance with law to carry this
Section 4. Township 13 South Resolution into effect.
Ranee 29 F.,.,.t. the
session by
,I PASSED in o'-n
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t CHEAPER JOOI PERSONS INTERESTED MAY t Board of Public Instruction of
APPEAR AND BE HEARD AT I Flagler County. Florida Pt its
E jcI :? I THR TIM AND PLACE ABOVE meeting on the 25th day of September -
I OF FLAGLER nt the Board of Public

',' ,. HELPING BUILD FLORIDA stv.7 COUNTY FLORIDA Instruction of Flagler Coun-
Y By ALFRED R TUCKPU.Chalrman.. tv. Florida.
Madallioa Ib.Iiadades ATTEST
a flame e EladdeU ,I ATTEST: E. A. SMYTHE. Clerk 1 yi D.. HOLLAND
",. Commlwlon- I Superintendent and ex-offlrfo
wafer Hatay.i Board of County
I *rs of Flagler County. Flor- I Secretary to The Board of:iPubHe -,.' .
1 ida. '" Instruction ?- ,
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i A reception was given at the Miss Fanny Mosby from Tam- Rev. R. N. Hoover attended the introduced in Congress by Jo-
.J/a Lr&ach Flagler Woman's Club in Flag- pa spent several days last week Pastors' School held in Leesburglast seph M. White in 1828.
ler Beach immediately following visting with her brother and week, at the Methodist
the' ceremony. The bride's table sister-in law, Mr. and Mrs. R. R. Youth Camp.
Continued from Pace 4GALLOWAYGUNTER
was covered with a linen cloth Mosby. Miss Mosby is employed I O. F. ALFORD
in. cutwork. The table centered I with the Seventh Day Adventist : Registered
Mrs. Amelia Gilbert arrived
with a three tiered wedding cake Church and has-been transferredto
The St. Stephens Catholic topped with miniature bride,and :I San Bernandino, Calif. Their!1 from Binghamton, N. Y. to spend i iI Real Estate BrokerBunnelL
' Church of Bunnell was the set- groom. Tall tapers in milkglass brother in law and sister, Mr. I the winter in the Turner cot- :
ting on Sunday October 'first at: holders were placed on each ; and Mrs. Culmer Lammey from tage on Daytona Ave. Florida ,
three o'clock for the wedding of side.Bride's. i Holly Hill came up to join them !Y wwwJ

, Miss Cathleen E. Galloway of., I during her visit. George Wickline is to attend THE OUTBOARDER
M.I book was kept by her
Flagler Beach to Mr. Roger the State Association of County !
Gunter of Palatka. Father Diego counsin, Mrs. David Cherry of week inI I Authorized Evlnrude Dealer
Commissioners next
Conesa officiated.The Cocoa Beach.: Assisting with the I Mr. and Mrs. Donnie Aaron BOATS ACCESSORIES REPAIRS-
Fort JLauderdale.
serving were Mrs. E. J. Chafee, i spent several days here last I Dockage Storage 1'ree Ramp
bride is the daughter of Mrs. Hugh Arnold, Mrs. George I week with his parents and Mrs. WE FINANCE
Mrs. George Galloway of Wa- Robbie, Mrs. Gayle Mercer and Willie L. Aaron. Donnie is stationed Mr. and Mrs. Harry Treadwell 825 Ballough Rd-Daytona-
pakoneta, Ohio, and the groomis Mrs. Allen Reynolds.The I at Fort Bragg, N. C. with spent Wednesday in St. Augus-
.the son of Mr. and Mrs. Mat- the U.S. Armed Forces. tine where they were celebratingthe
thew Gunter of Palatka. couple went on a short I 88th birthday of ;Mr. Tread- PAL PARKER'S INC.
honeymoon and returned to reside -I I well's mother, Mrs. J. J. Tread- Automotive Specialty Center
The altar was decorated with in Palatka where Mr. Raymond Smith has been admitted well. BRAKES RELINE S15JKS
arrangements of white gladioli, Gunter is employed by the to the Veterans' Hospitalin FOnDCIIEVnOLETPIjYMONTIIOTHERS
yellow and bronze chrysanthemums. and HUd-1 Lake for medical f 10. 5
I son Pulp Paper I City atten- first
tion. The protective legislationfor 540 Mason Ave. DaytonaNot
lOut of town guests were Florida citrus growers was
The bride wore. a white satin 'i Marie Galloway of the Capt.j I
1 gown with scoop neckline and Army Nurse Corps of Fort Sam i I
,. bell sleeves. The back of the Houston, Texas; Mrs. George ;I
t skirt was draped with roses of Galloway from Wapakoneta, :I m furnace..Not a heater. .. _
the same fabric caught at inter-I Ohio; Mr. and Mrs. Matthew
vals in the, folds. Her veil, i I Gunter of Palatka; Mr. and Mrs.
fingertip length and* of embroi- .William Hemmert from Fort *
dered silk organza, was attachedto I Lauderdale; Mrs. David Cherry N.r' A REVOLUTIONARY' NEW

a white satin rose. Elbow I and Mrs. William Boggs from 4 ,
length mitts were of the same Cocoa Beach.FLAGLER .
fabric as her veil. Her flowers

were white white feathered sweetheart carnationsin rosebudsand BEACHMETHODIST CHURCH GAS HEATING SYSTEM .

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The attendants were her sister j j I Rev. Reynold N. Hoover, min- .

i ,. Miss Marie E. Galloway, I'ister. Sunday school at 9:30
and maid of honor. The brides. A. M. each Sunday in the Wom- N

maids were the groom's sister, I an's Club building. Worship .,,,:.
f Miss Ann Gunter, and Miss !service at 10:30 A.M. each Sunday
Orvalene Turpin. They were I in the Woman's Club. Sunday -
identically dressed in gowns of October 22, will be "World
scoop necklines and elbow I Order Sunday," and there will
length sleeves. Their bodices .be special music. by the choir. : ,
were of velvet and skirts were The Methodist Sunday school
I I full in matching taffeta. Their will conduct the UNICEF drivein 'V i
.hats were pillboxes of taffeta Flagler Beach Monday, October -

with a velvet rose attached to 30th. ,.
I the side. They wore white accessories The :Methodist Men's Club is '.\...

and carried bouquets having an old paper and magazine : 4
: of yellow mums. drive at the present time.
\ The groom's best man was the,Any person wishing to contrib-
bride's brother, Tom Galloway. tue may call C. B. Hull. They are r''
f The ushers were Bernie Taylor picking them up periodically >
and Bobby Atkins, both from and the proceeds are to be %
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' PAGE TEN THE FLAGL.EK TKIBUMx HLJ NM..L. FLUH1U.\ Thursday, October 19, 1961
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KINDERGARTENCLASS Properly[ Grounded !,What An Adequate 1 I hinges on the airport. THE BOOK NOOKSAM

: :VISITS II To point up some of the I

DENTIST OFFICE [Buildings Escape I Airport Can Do For I economic and social advantages COLT AND HIS GUN
to be gained by having a new By Gertrude Winders ,

*.w Mrs. Joy Steflik's Kindergarten 'Lightning DamageLightning Your Community I Ij I I I factory employing 100 workers Are you interested in a good
Class visited Dr. Allen Reynolds .1 in a comunity, we list here some
j I. book? If you are then read Sam
"; dentist office Wednesday morn- ,seldom causes, Fifteen years ago it.was un- .statistics as given by the Flor- Colt and His Gun. This book
'; to steel roof buildings usual to hear of a ]da Development Commission's
; :ing. Dr. Reynolds, Betty Miller age companywhich I tells all about Sam Colt and his
c and Celestine-- Stanish showed .which are properly grounded, I in the process of a new i!'il Industrial Division. In such a life from birth to manhood. It
;! them the various rooms in the t{I reminds A. M. Pettis, safety specialist plant site selection, expressed ],!case, the community could gain: tells all about his love for ex- t

'V'of fide, gave ,them a ride in the II with the Florida Agricultural -I a need for airport facilities. The 296 more people plosives and machinery. It took ';
Extension Service. field of business aviation had I
dental chair, showed them how J JI' II I 112 more households. Colt a long time to perfect his ?
to' brush their teeth and explained When a building is roofed or-not grown to its present propor- I t 51 more school children. idea and it took even longer for '''

how their teeth grow, I'sided with steel sheets,.it should tions at that time. !r $590,000 more personal income people to accept them.If 1
.,and, how tooth decay progresses. be protected against lightningby Now, however, the reverse is I per year. you are interested in how
the case, and in many instances, I II $270,000 bank the revolver the
The children were well behaved I' grounding the metal roof at the decision by a company to more deposits. came t
and attentative and they all corners. 107 more passenger cars r gisI long hard struggle Colt had in
favor I
one community over another -
I tered. perfecting this gun and trying i
.were each presented with. toothbrush I Pettis says this can be done when they seemingly have [ 174 more'workers employed. to sell it, then I recommend that
kits and presents.Dr. by flattening the, end of a piece otherwise equal facilities, often I 4 more retail establishments. you read this book.

Reynolds says that :Mrs. of one-half or three-quarter inch I I I! $360,000 more retail sales per] Pee Wee Knight,
Steflik is to be commended for galvanized iron or steel pipe II f fI i year. Library Assistant. 1
her kindergarten program. "This I and bending it so that it may I enough to.reach permanentlymoist ---- {
of visit the I jbe attached by bolts to the drip earth. r 1
type friendly helps
The should be
II edge of the eave of the metal I ground pipe
children in their j
greatly regular
J roofing. driven into the ground as closeas CRAIG FUNERAL HOMEA.
visits to the dentist. i
I possible to the building
I The pipe should be supportedon foundation.
H. CRAIG Funeral Director
Half the beef
cattle producedin the side wall of the build .
Florida show some Brahman JOHN" HARDIN. Associate
ing by galvanized steel screw
ancestry.CLASSFIED. hooks, bent shut after the pipeis Florida's first flag, accordingto AIR OXYGEN-11
Florida State Chamber of LADY
in place.
I Commerce historians, was made ATTENDANT
This pipe can then be at- by five horizontal stripes of I AMBULANCES

tached by galvanized wire rope I white, blue, orange, red and I
clamps to a one-half or three- Phone ID 7-3532
green with the words "Let UsAlone"
ADS quarter inch pipe driven 8 to 101 j I I
printed on its folds. 201 E. MOODY BLVD. BUNNELL. FLORIDA
feet into the ground, or deep .
Lilting under this heading areI I '
3 cents per word each Insertion I I
'73 cents tm minimum eharjre. I'
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FOR SALE-14 foot Runabout -
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Boat, 25 HP motor and trailer. I
Call ID 73636. 10-19-ltp
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FOR SALE-Sea King 12 HP I S l

outboard motor, $50.00, Jones, {
23rd Street and Flagler Avenue, S.- 1 S .
Flagler Beach. 1019.ltp LET US SHOW YOU --j i

Furnished Apart. .
1 bed room. No pets. $43.00 mo.
includes water. Apply at 106
N. Railroad St. 10-19-ltp .

FOR RENT-Large house in coun-

try. Write A. B. Powell, Box 456, frdJI:1i .

Bunnell 10-12-2tc, for appointment. 1 i ( !.. 5-BILLION-MILE PROOF

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Real Estate Opportunity I flllllllI!;

Strout Realty seeks area repre- jfl'14iii '
sentative. Money-maker for the
man who "can sell. Strong train- TO BE MORE SERVICE-FREE!
ing, guidance and support. Com 3:
pany furnishes ALL advertising, t f !
signs, forms, supplies. Hundredsof

month.live Nationwide prospect leads advertising each 1 i 1tiIii: ( ,: .- ,
brings Buyers from everywhere.You I
must have: initiative, excel ... -
lent character (bondable), sales -
ability, financially responsible. #' s ,
Opportunity! -with the World's
Largest real' estate Suremarket. I Jt f. .

STROUT 251 Park REALTY Avenue ,South Inc. "-'.:m .. ..... :...., ... .. : .i6:ffPr. ., ..... fJ.. li ft, i

New York 10, N. Y. .... 4-; ... 4-'
10-12-2tc .... -4

room house at north end of Pal II
metto, Flagler Beach, on boat I
canals, cool pleasant living, exceptional -I
value beautiful interior
and exterior $90.00 per

month for September 1 occu--
pancy. Contact present rentersor :
Alexander Lumber Co., Day- y. .nra-rr. Ii Its..rrrrr .a I
tona Beach, Florida. 7-20-TF
Ocean front housekeeping apart. K eI
ments, 1 and 2 bedrooms compete I s

with linens and all utilities. .

Sun deck, fishing, swimming, /500Calaxic .
loafing. Day, week or month. The new luxury car at the low Ford price! ,
Sun Sea Manor, Flagler Beach.
HE 9-2082 7-6tf Never before has there been any car-at any price- Just think along with Galaxie's stunningbuilt
to be as service-free as our 1962 Ford Galaxie! Thunderbird appearance its Thunderbird V-8*
FOR RENT-Unfurnished large In fact, the average driver will have to stop for power its quiet, new Quality Ride you
2-bedroom garage apartment.Call routine service only twice a year! get important savings in time and service costs every milt .,
HE 9-2318, or see Zeke Now you can drive 6,000 miles between oil changes you drive! .
Chaffee. 11-17-tf 30,000. miles or two full years before replacing Would you believe a car so radiant, so roomy, so .
coolant-antifreeze 30,000 miles between major regal, could be so purely practical too? Can you imagine
FOR RENT-furnisned 2 bedroomone : chassis lubrications! You get self-adjusting brakes anyone paying hundreds more for other cars that

bath 'house, Daytona Ave., # .'. anti-rust processing on vital body parts alumidon't have nearly as much to offer? Does it make )
Flagler Beach. Completely ren .'-.:> ._ nized muffler....and many more cost-cuttingCeatures! sense to dally even one more day? *Optional at extra cost .;t. ",
ovated. $65.00 per month. Keys .
can be picked up at Sullivan'sGulf : :

.Station.JOHNSTON'SFLAGLER Nov'- -10-tf \4: : .u '62 Galaxie by Ford "


LOTS, HOMES, OCEAN FRONT, See the features of the future, now at your Ford Dealer's .1 F /' 1

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