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Title: The Flagler tribune
Physical Description: Newspaper
Language: English
Publisher: s.n.
s.n.
Place of Publication: Bunnell Fla
Creation Date: November 2, 1961
Publication Date: -1981
Frequency: weekly
regular
 Subjects
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 )
 Notes
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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Source Institution: University of Florida
Holding Location: University of Florida
Rights Management: All rights reserved. Board of Trustees of the University of Florida
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 Related Items
Preceded by: St. Johns tribune
Succeeded by: Palm Coast news
Succeeded by: Flagler/Palm Coast news-tribune

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VOLUME 49, NO. 43 BUNNELL, FLORIDA, THURSDAY, NOV. 2, 1961 $2.50 A YEAR



Assn. '!I School MillageElection .

Cattlemen's 1 Bids I for BunnelPs


,- Set For



Hold 10th Annual I Next TuesdayNext I 1Postoffice I Open-




-( Barbecue Racing I is the bi-annual Tuesday, November election to 7th set, On December 4

the school millage for SpecialTax

School District No. 1 of the

The Tenth Annual Barbeque and Horse Racing, Saturday county. The district comprisesall I Bids for the new Bunnell Postoffice Building will be
of Flagler county.
sponsored by the Flagler County Cattlemen's As- The number mills will be set | opened December 4, the Postcffice Department in Wash-

sociation promises to. be the biggest and best program yet. by the freeholders or any person !ington, D. C. advised Congressman Sydney Herlond Mon-

I who has paid taxes on real I day.

The horse racing and I'or personal property. I The new building will be erected -
games Holland I The proposed 10 mills is the Rotary to Hear
I will get underway at ten o'clock i' Herlong j I I on the McArn property
,same number of mills that has
.
.
Saturday morning at the Cattle- on the south west corner of

men's Raceway on U. S. High- Will Appear on been approved by the voters for!Boy's StateIDelegates Church street and Moody Boule-

way 1 and about six miles the past 10 years, it was pointedout I vard. The property is the six

I south of Bunnell. The horse This millage provides partof lots between Moody and Court
District ForumThe Flagler county share of funds SpeakMike
racing, which includes quarter I Street running along Church
for the nine months operation
horse and Cow ,I Street.
races Pony races o
McMillan and Paul Sta-
Second Annual Fifth Con- of its schools.It I Plans called for
as well as a number of games, 2,967 square
annualBoy's
ton, to the
delegates
will continue all during the day.!gressional District Forum, opento is important that voters go feet of floor space and area of
The. Barbeque J will be served I the public, will be held at 'I to the polls and vote for the State, will be the guests I 8,500 square feet of space for '.1.1I
I jof the Rotary Club of Bunnell
proposed 10 mills to insure the
Winter Park's Langford Hotel, and
beginning at 12 o'clock. parking movement of postal }
i full nine months of school for i at the club's weekly luncheon:I
Monday, November 13, from 2 to vehicles.
.t' t I I meeting at 12:30 P. M. I
State Agriculture Commissioner Flagler county children. I Thursday .
4 P.M., featuring Senator Spes- I The construction of the new
Doyle Conner has been in-I sard Holland and Representative I I Those qualified to vote may I I in the- dining room of the Masonic building will implement Presi- "

vited to attend and to Sydney Herlong, Jr. I do so at any of the seven pre- Hall. I dent Kennedy's program to stim- ,

the trophies which will be given j i Chambers of commerce within I cincts located in various convenient I Mike and Paul were sched- ulate the economy and at the ':
to the winhers in the events. ( sections of the county. uled to speak to the club last t
J the 11 counties comprising same time carry out the Post :;
the Fifth District, in cooperationwith I A number of years ago there week but Mike was unable to ,Office Department's objective of
Congressman Billy Matthews j I I of {:
were three separate special tax be. present because a bout
the Congressional Action ,more efficient postal service and 1
,
of the 8th District II ;
Congressional ; .with the flu. ;
school districts in the county
Committee of the Winter Park
,improved working conditions :
has also expressed his intention j t
On last Thursday President
but for better administrationat
Chamber'of Commerce are for
sponsoring I postal employees.
of attending the Cracker Day I less cost the districts have I John A. Cannon, Jr., led the I.I I.
.{ Celebration. the public meeting. I The new building will be con- I:
I The Is designed to been combined to constitute the I club in a discussion on Educational strutted under .1.1I
program the Departments
74 The public is invited to attend.lvrs. Television. President John I
allow as many of those attend- entire county. I {commercial leasing program,
for the club members I
I ing as desire, an opportunity to : I outlined i which utilizes the resources and I It
.-1 plaris and efforts of. the Florida j .. I.
question--their:,iCongressinal' representatives *! : Investment fUnds of private
TaxpayerSoon I Central East Coast Educational II

v :Bear'dsley ]!I I legislation and concerning proposed bills past I''lEach I.Television, Inc., to secure Educational -I enterprise buildings. for needed postal I;

Injured In Accident j that may come before the next I, Will Have I tral East Television Coast area for of the Florida Cen-, f The Departments capital in- '' '
!
session of Congress. I ,. vestment will be limited to the
Mrs. Anna Beardsley of Bun- i After a brief introduction by of which Flagler County is a I
:
i postal equipment. The building
i
Own Special No. I I )
nell was injured Monday evening I Dr. Marian A. Floyd, chairman' participating county. i will remain under private ownership -
when she walked in frontof of the committee, the The program, which developed I II
program i while leased to the
an oncoming automobile. The j t will be open .to questions from t "Under the new law recently I spontaneously, evoked keen interest i i I I government and the owner will I

accident occured at the inter- j the floor until 4 P.M., adjourn- I signed by the President each I and enthusiasm from club I'I pay the local real estate taxes.

section of U. S. Highway 1 and 'I ment time. i taxpayer will have his own In- members and many questionswere I I I The agreement calls for the
11 about six thirty in', ternal Revenue Service account forthcoming. James O.I
Highway There is no registration fee or purchase of the by the
property
.: the evening. i i other charge and the general I number," Laurie W. Tomlinson, Craig, club member, and princi-I I successful bidder on the construction -

She reportedly walked in front j public is urged to take advant- district director has announced. pal of Bunnell High School, I II. I!'. it was learned.

of a car driven by Henry'D.. age of this opportunity to discuss The new law, Mr. Tomlinson shared with the group his experiences \i

Rogers of Waldo, Florida. their points of view. I said, was enacted by Congress I. with educational tele- :I

Mrs. Beardsley was carried to i The 11 counties making up I to help the Revenue Service convert .vision as principal of a school !First Aid Class

the Flagler Clinic and Hospital j the Fifth District are: Brevard, I its present system of receiving I served by ETV Station DEDU of I

and was later transferred to the,' Citrus, Flagler, Lake, Marion, I and handling tax returns Tampa.At I Dates AreiPostponed

I Halifax Hospital for further ;i Orange, Osceola, Seminole, St. to modern high speed electronic I the conclusion of the program -

treatment. She received a frac- 'Johns, Sumter and Volusia. In J data processing equip I the club officially went j .

tured shoulder in the accident. j:jI .addition several other nearby ment. The Florida district will on record as favoring the award- I;
I I ing VHF Channel 11 to the ;| The dates for the First Aid i iI
I Police Chief Wilfred Hunter I communities have been askedto begin converting next year, but t
I Course of the Civil Defense Sur-
Florida Central East !oost [
t said no charges were placed against have their interested citizens only insofar as business returnsare | Edu-
I Mr.: Rogers after investigation participate. concerned. The individual cational Televsion, Itc., and di- 'Jvival School has been postponedfor i

ofvthe accident. I income tax returns won't go under -j reeled Secretary Howard Taylorto several weeks, Supt. Dean I
said The instructor {
Holland today.
so communicate the action -
the new system until the
I Moody ReunionTo next[ year. 'to Mr. Ben F. ..Waplel: Acting I, Mrs. Virgina Bird of DeLand, !

WE APOLOGIZE I Secretary, Federal Communications had to undergo an emergency I
: Under the new system it will -
: Be Here Commission, Washington, 'operation and will not be able
the I be more important than ever
Through an ,oversight I I 'I'
to conduct the course at the
D. C. Individual letters I I
that each account were
names of Marie Muzyka, This taxpayer's 1 1I ('[present time.
Sher-I Sunday ;'and documents be accurately passed out to club members and
Glover and
man ,
they were to write The First Aid Course, which
urged
G. Neeley were ,not included in I The Annual Reunion of the identified* since many names I the endorsing I.I I was scheduled to begin next
j the list of those completing the :Moody Family will be held at are alike or may be misspelled move. I II
evening, November 7,
Walter F. Heise, a' Past District Tuesday
-
I The use of tax account numbers
: Civil Defense Survival Course !the Bunnell Community Center I has beoi postponed until such
Governor from Philadel-
I will help keep errors to a mini-
last week. !
November 5.
on Sunday,
time
as Mrs. Bird has
phia, Pa. recupe-
,
.. We secured the names as;I Those attending will include mum. "We sometimes have a I brought personal rated or until they can secure
greetings to the club from Ro-
I' they were announced and with members of the family from difficult time now, he said, "to another certified instructor.The .
I I I tary International President
two announcers and one writingwe Flagler County, Ocala, Orlando, properly identify the returns and
r next meeting of the class
Abey who is friend
missed those names. We are I I High Springs, Tampa, Lake City, accounts of persons with com- of his. Other a personal :"I|will be announced in advance
Arch
guests were:
like Jones and
sorry. Florida, Waycross, Baxley, Black- mon names I of the date set, Mr. Holland
I McDaniel, Ormond Beach
; j and
\ shear, and Bristol, Georgia.A Smith. With the account num- .said.
bers we expect it will be much Jim Taylor from Hastings. The
: basket dinner will be serv- The Survival and First Aid
SEASONS IN LAOS I: ,easier." club was happy to welcome
In battered Laos unkind ed about twelve-thirty at the Dave from 'I Classes have been made avail-
war j IJI IJII Community Center. Social security numbers will Perryman Bunnell
able the adult division
through
nature alternates bone-dry and be used for tax account num who was a guest of Coy Harris.
I I
of the Daytona Beach Junior
rain-flooded Between
seasons. bers. This will save many taxpayers *
the two extremes comes a period SISTER OF MRS.WHITE the trouble of applyingfor I Youth Council College. *

known as the smoky season. It KILLEDIN new numbers. In fact over Board To Meet i J

is 'so hazy then that fliers say ACCIDENT 97 percent of persons who file Pellicer Creek

you can't see ahead at all, only!I! Mrs. Stefany Zaborski, sister income tax returns on Form This SaturdayThe Cemetery Clean

straight down. They follow rivers j!lot Mrs. Spencer White of Bun- 1040A are already using the so- Executive Board of the

and navigate by the shapes I I nell, was killed in an automobile cial security numbers. Youth Council and the Adult Ad- Up Day SaturdayThis

1I familiar fields. I I accident ,in Detroit Michigan Similarly nearly every busi- visory Committee will meet at Saturday, November 4, is

1 1 I on October 21. Her husband ness has an "employer's identification ',7:30 Saturday evening at Bun- I the annual fall clean up day at

SPECIES OF PLANTS was seriously injured in the ac- number" it uses on social nell Civic Center, President Hazel the Pellicer Creek Cemetery,

Man, cultivates about 25,000 1 I Ispecies I I cident. security and income tax I Holland said today. Zack Holland said today. I \

of plants. Of these about Mr. and Mrs. White went up withholding returns. These'same I The meeting will precede the:i Those interested are urged to i .

10,000 are cherished for their ornamental to attend the Funeral which numbers will be used for identifying -t|regular Youth Council dance;I bring their tools and their lunch

flowers. was held there last week. ; business returns. and program it was stated.I s I:so they may complete the work.

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PAGE TWO THE FLAGLER TRIBUNE BUNNELL, FLORIDA Thursday, :November2- 1961 ,

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When a team loses to a, good
i team you never lose. Somebodyhas I AREA BUSINESS' DIRECTORY 1 1AIB [

to win. We were out thereto _

win. Every player gave their
CONDITIONING-HEATING FLORIST I
best. Every boy played a good 2 1
game. FLORIDA AIRCONDITIONING I{Whatever The Occasion (

I CO. i -Say It With Flowers
I :Mike :McMillan did a good job
Inc.
Of fromBlack's
Daytona
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By Leslie Poche i after an attack of flu. I was f

BULLDOGS STUMBLE: were stopped cold in this quar- ,looking for Father Lopez to playa lAIR CONDmONING-HEATING SHEET METAL I II Flower Shop \

LOSE 'TO LOPEZ 12-6 I I ter and lost yards. With Charles different, game. I believe that "We're Proud of Our Work" Phone ID 7-3348 t
i I I Lacour, Alagood brothers carry- the Green Wave would play a I 330 Walker. Holly Hill OR 7-6120 111 N. Forsythe Bunnell I

Bunnell Bulldogs and Father ing the ball, the Greenies had 'I rougher game which didn't hap- c FUEL OILKING'S (

Lopez' Green Wave, both teams the ball on the Bulldog's 11. pen. Both teams played a good I AUTO SERVICEMcDANIEL'S

tied irt the St. Johns River'Con. Barnes took the ball from cen- I hard game which can alwaysbe I TRUCK STOP
ference with Hastings, met each expected from good and great
ter and running to his right on :
PHILLIPS 66 GAS & OILSJ.
other Friday night on Bunnell's the outsid'e end passed to Jack I teams. As I said in the early Service Station ,

home field. Alagood who went around end i part of the- season, the Bulldogs STANDARD OIL PRODUCTS L. IRWIN, Prop.

Both teams played a scorless to score the winning touch- have two stumbling blocks. We Tires-Batteries-Minor Repairs LubricationTiresBatteriesFuel

first quarter. The Bulldog line down. .Jerry Penny, leading stumbled. I picked Father Lopez -, Bunnell ID 7-7119 Oil, Kerosene, Tractor Fuel

held Father Lopez In' check. J. scorer for the Green Wave who for the first stumbling block.I U.S. 1 N. Bunnell ID 7-3678

Burnsed, Wilbur Sheffield and J. was out with a sprained ankle, I based it on the reason the Biddle Gulf ServiceGASOILLUBRICATION I

Abbott carried the ball down to came into the game for the PAT I Green Wave in their early foot- GARDEN SHOPGray's
the Green Wave's one when the ball practice had four coaches
I Garden Center
The
which was blocked.. game GULF TIRES & BATTERIESOpen I
whistle ended the first quarter. I who gave the boys all the fun.
ended-Green Waves 12, Bull- : 7 A.M.-10 P.M.-7 Days Headquarter. for Gardening Need.
On the second play in the sec- damentals and made them intoa 'Ceramics. Gifts Dry Arrangement I
6.Bunnell
dogs State&Lambert US 1-ID 7-7190 i\ Materials
ond quarter, Wilbur Sheffield ,0 6 0 0 well drilled team. Lopez I Annuals Shrubbery Fertilizers
went over for a touchdown. !knew we had a good team and ,
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Father Lopez Colonial Service Station TORO LAWN MOWERS ,
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Burnsed was stopped on a runaround we were well scouted, game
I W. SheffieldJ. -EARL E. RICE. ProprietorGASOILLUBRICATION 'I 147 Tomoka Avenue-Ph. OR 7-051' J
end to score the extra AlagoodJoe I after game.. They bottled up J. ORMOND -,
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point. Burnsed, Wilbur Sheffield and I
Alagood MOTOR TUNE-UP
I The Green Wave received the : 1 I Abbot after our first touchdown. I HARDWARE ,
, I i GOODYEAR TIRES & BATTERIESU.S.
kickoff and put on a drive with Well boys, we have Hastings HIWAY 1 BUNNELLED'S THAT FAMOUS PAINT -1
t Quarterback Barnes calling on WEEK NOVEMBER 3 'next. They are good. So are we. ;

the Alagood brothers, Jack and Bunnell vs. Pierson We can still tie up the confer- c--- Exclusively atps

Joe, to carry the pigskin. Barnes Hastings vs. St. Aug. D & B ence. Remember we have a PURE OIL STATION ? FLAGLER BEACH ,
hit end Darby with a 12 yard Baldwin vs. Keystone Heights great team. I believe so. xi
Specializing in Wash & Waxing S HARDWARE
" pass. Jack Alagood picked up Father Lopevs. Callahan
, five yards and put the ball on Crescent City vs. St. Joseph (More on page 6) Batteries-Accessories MINOR REPAIRSI :I J Flagler Beach HE 9.2103 t

the Bulldog's two where Brother -- \
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Ilwy. 1-Bunnell-ID 7-3138 \
Joe took it over for a touchdown.Barnes' I I I Village Hardwar Center ..
Little Moe FREE PAINTOne j
Picking by
I Prep BAR AND PACKAGE STORE
try for the PAT was no Bunnell 40-Pierson 0. I HOUSE PAINTS
good. The half ended with the extra gallon of your choice
!t Hastings 53-D & B 0 BAMBOOBAR | Match and mix any color
with each
gallon
score 66.Father you buy I
I in Keystone Hts. 0 & COCKTAIL |Builder's Supplies Kitchenware
BaldY(_ : .
Lopez: Bulldogs Mary Carter Paint Store
'i" 6 I GIFTS GREETING CARDS
Father Lopez 26-Callahan LOUNGE
I I I
9 first downs 8
i Crescent City 20St. Joseph 19 Also Wevtatate Chopping Center DANCING FRIDAY & SATURDAY j i AlA Ormond Beach CL 2-0420
: 173 yards rushing 113
15 right; 4 wrong. I! FROM 9
i 26 yards'passing 32
SUNDAY FROM 6 P.M. I
JEWELER
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I 2.6 Passes 3.7I I Ocean Blvd AlA Flagler Beach
KAISER PULLS AWAY I ..
I 2 pass intercepted 1 i Community BRENNAN Jewelers
TO KEEP LEAD
; 2 Fumbles lost 2 I MILLAND BAR AND
I 1 Diamonds-Diamond Setting
Memorial ChurchInterdenominational
25 yards penalized 42 Paul Kaiser scored one touch- COCKTAIL LOUNGE I Fine Jewelry and Gifts

Both teams played a good down and scored an extra pointto i Eddie & Mary Shultz Props. ; Hamilton, Bulova, Benrus .
third quarter. The lines charged stay on top. T. Burrell scoreda AIR CONDITIONED PACKAGE GOODS Watches

hard. The Bulldogs recovered TD to get into the scoring Daytona Ave. I 9 a.m.-2 a.m-Sun. 1 P. m. 2 a.m.]1 Watches-Jewelry-Clocks Repaired
t two fumbles. Lopez recoveredone. standing. Jerry Burnsed was bot- FLAGLER BEACH Ocean Blvd-Flasrler Beach I. 60 E. Granada--Ormond-OR 7-5056

Wilbur Sheffield also had tled while Penny of Father
up
II
i a nice punt for '50 yards. The Lopez was out with a badly Sunday School 10:00 A.M. I BETH'S SEASIDE *(FURNITURE
Church Service 11:00 A.M. BAR & GRILL
I quarter ended with the score sprained ankle. I I Ormond Bedding and

/ 66. In the fourth quarter the THE LEADERS I R. W. DICKERT. Paator I FOR FINEFOOD I I Furniture Co. _

GrL Wave line got into a lit- Td pat Fg Tp EVERYONE WELCOME I Substantial Discounts on All

tie extra power and out chargedthe Kaiser, Hastings 16 11 107 I 3 mi. N. of Flagler on AlA I BEDSSOFASFURNITUREI
I $10 Tradeln Covers Down
Payment
Bulldog line and recovereda Burnsed, Bunnell 10 4 64 Open 7 A.M.-11 P.M.
fumble which helped to pave Hunter, Hastings 6 13 49 I aVVVW, I R. S. ROBENBERRY, Owner
11 69 Granada, Ormond Deh. OR 7-6411
the way for a touchdown. Penny, Fr. Lopez 5 8 1 41 II I J O. F. ALFORD BUILDING SUPPLIES j I== =________ .

Burnsed, Abbot and Sheffield McKendree, Callahan. 6 2 38 2 Registered WICKLINE I i PAINTS

M. Cook, Callahan 53 33 S Real Estate Broker "
:McMillan, Bunnell 52 32 I Building Supplies JERRY'S PAINT MART

E. Colvard, C. City 52 32 5 Bunnell, Florida CEMENT CEMENT BLOCKS PITTSBURGHPaintsFinishes

SincluirHautrng I IT. Burrell, Hastings 50 30 i I NA.Ji ....... A. ..........-* STEEL ;

'T. Lang, Baldwin 43 27 Paint Sundries-Wallpaper
Flagler Beach HE 9-2254
I, THE OUTBOARDERAuthorized 38 W. .Granada-Ormond

S. J. R. C. Standing October 28 I Evlnrude Dealer BOTTLE GASHARRIS ORange 7-0761

conf. all games BOATS ACCESSORIES REPAIRS -

.. WL WL pts op Dockage Storage Free Ramp I BOTTLE GAS (ROOFER
I BOTTLE or BULK
6-0 7.0 286 6 WE FINANCE
Hastings EDGEMON; ROOFING CO.
FLAGLER COUNTY'S ONLY
Father Lopez 5.0 6.1 151 20 825 Ballough RdDaytonaPAL Manufacturers of
I HOME OWNED GAS COMPANY
iIlh' Bunnell 4.1 5.1 163 31 PHONE ID 7-3551 Cement Tile RoofingALL
Callahan 4.2 5.2 179 73 PARKER'S. INC. TYPES OF ROOFINGFast
llI Crescent C. 4.3 4.3 105 102 Automotive Specialty Center Help Flagler County Grow Dependable Service

St. Joseph 3.4 3.4 63 238 BRAKES RELINED $15.95 By Shopping at Home HWY. 1 N. ORMOND
Baldwin 3-3 3.3 109 '59 PARTS AND LABOR ORange 75177. 7-1793
FORDCIIEVROLETPLYMOiernOTHERS CONCRETE PRODUCTS
D & B 0-6 1-675 167 $10.95
Pierson 0.6 0-6 21 206 540 Mason Ave. Daytona Your "Q" For ConcreteDial I RESTAURANT

I ...because it Keystone 0.6 0.6 14 233 CL 3-8113 SUE-Z-Q RESTAURANT

contains an exclusive. -- DAYTONA BEACH LunchesDinnersSandwichesOPEN
JUST BROWSINGWell ORMOND PRESCRIPTION
ingredient. :
we had our first setbackof PHARMACYSick Quillian's Concrete, Inc. 24 HOURS DAILY

. I the season. It sort of stunnedus. Room Supplfes-Sundrles 152 W Granada-Ormond Beach i

t No Extra CostCALL It quited me down a little. HOSPITAL SUPPLIES CLEANERS Open 6 A.M.-II P.M. at

After a few hours I started go- 24>Hour Prescription Service I 146 S. Atlantic-Ormond

ID 7-3367 ing over the game from the Free Delivery in Flagler Beach BUNNELL CLEANERSWE

Harris Fuel Oil Co. statistics I. was keeping. ORMOND Rt. AlA BEACH-TeL 1 mI. North OR of 7-1661 GIVE TV STAMPS RIGHT ON THE BEACHShrimpSteak'ChopsChicken

Our boys played a good game. Oven Dally S to 8 .

._ _......... I Phone ID 7-3188 Sandwiches and Shakes
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IB11P 3Unglpr SribunrBUXXEU Sandwiches and Pies ,
115 N. Bay St Bunnell
FOR ALL HOURS-DAY OR NIGHT i BREAKFAST ANYTIME

FLORIDA DRUG STORES Ocean Spray Restaurant I

AMBULANCE I AlA 1 Mile South of Pier j
A1
MRS. M. B. FULLER Editor | Moody's Pharmacy
PHONE VAlley|| 4-1 25;; Used Furniture-Upholstery t!
I Flagler County's Corner Drug Store
SERVICE
FLORIDA De lz.Bte4 Official PabUeatloa
ST AUGUSTINE. PRESCRIPTIONS JOE WELLBORN 5
far Public: ir.tlee* .f Flatter
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Never be hesitant about, calling a Garcia Ambulance Weera Outy. Mulelplltle tfcerelmmm FOUNTAIN DRUGS-SUNDRIES SERVICE Furniture & Upholstery i

at your SemC'8' with promptness.' safety and ke State .f FUtida GOOD USED FURNITURE '
always
BunnelL Flo. Phone ID 73661ELECl'BIC New Beddlng-Yattr..s Renovating ,

lYDerit'Zltr0. Cmtere4 mm- ae.Bd elaas matter : Furniture Upl.lateriag- Tradea
SERVICE 1094 Flomlah Holly HIlI-=-ct. I
Equipped With Oxygen Resutitator and Inhalator February (,11ts..tteaee 3.227K 1

.t B....... Florida, made* act et PROMPT ELECTRIC SERVICE PUBLISHERS & PRINTERS

Garcia Funeral HomeP. Mareb t. 1ST" ... BUNNELL RESIDENTIAL MOTOR- INDUSTRIAL'COMPANY The Flagler Tribune t

E. GARCIA Licensed Funeral Director ODe year- --HBO COMMERCIAL Jk MAINTENANCE Publishers Printers 1

LADY ASSISTANT aix month. n.H HUBERT CALL PELLICEB Phone ID 7.3282 J

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Thursday, November. 1961 THE FLAGLER TRIBUNE, BUNNELL, FLORIDA _PAGE THREE 1 i

3eedGrain.TT. PlanTermed {versing, a lopg time trend. And ;1' it t iI iI I i

(the cost of the new program is I I II I
SuccessThe I expected to be considerably be- I I
low the savings which will result t
Department of Agriculture's
I
for taxpayers. I
October report'clear
crop ;
ly ,signals the success of the I Other benefits listed by the I 4Mc I Ii i
196i feed grain program, accord- I the acting secretary include: If f II
Ing to Acting Secretary of Agri- I 1. A sharp rise probably a bil- II I
culture Charles S. Murphy. lion dollars or more, in 1961 (AV ( I
Feed grains consumption dur- farm income over that of 1960as !
ing the coming year, he said, a result or'feed grains pro-
will exceed 1961 production re- duction adjustment and other I t
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price-support as I
IN TIIK CIRCUIT COURT OF II
.a FL.A(;LIII COUNTY KL.OIUDA. I case of soybeans I
IN CHANCERY NO. 4.131) j 2. Supply and price stability Ii I
ELIZABETH GUEXTHEK.,
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TABLE RITE MEATS
Plaintiff for feed grain buyers and the -

GUSTAVE A.VB.GUEXTHER., consumers of livestock, dairy, / Lykes Sugar CreekPICNICS
NOTICE TO Defendant.DEFEND: poultry, and cereal products processed I
THE STATE OF FLORIDA. TO: from these grains.
GUSTAVE A. GUENTHER
33 Denmin Place 3. An impressive start in reduction -' 3F
Irvington New Jersey of government owned lb. .
You are hereby notified that a I
suit has been filed against you in feed grain stocks, leading to a t tI r
the above entitled cause; and you I (
slash in the transportation
are hereby required to file your an- acquisition -:
and swer to with serve the a Clerk copy of thereof this Court.upon I storage, and interest Lykes Sugar CreekBREAKFAST I :, i I
the plaintiff or plaintiff's attorney. costs which have been troubling
whose name and address is: BACON 55C I I
Lawrence W. Borns I taxpayers and their govern-: 1 ft cello
416 Seabreeze Boulevard ment.

not 1961.later Daytona than Beach.November Florida 16th A. D. j :Mr., Murphy said that the I I Thriftway FROZEN FOODS, I

If you fail to do so. decree pro I farm income jump is I ALL MEAT
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confesso will be entered againstyou I being reflected in the economy _,._.
for the relief demanded in the I I
bill of complaint. The nature of (lof rural areas Pac Fresh 10 oz. pkg.STRAWBERRIES.
said suit being for divorce. I'in implement Herman Lunch Meat I
WITNESS my hand and seal of sales of farm \
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( Seal) E. A. SMYTHE I ishings and appliances. Indus ea
Clerk of said Circuit Court I
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PTA HALLOWEEN I FLAGLER BEACH GARDEN I
CARNIVAL A SUCCESS CLUB TO HAVE GAME PARTY

The Halloween Carnival given il j I The Flagler Beach Garden I II
Saturday by the Flagler Beach Club has planned to have a
Parent-Teacher Association was Game Party at the Woman's
a complete sellout. There was J1 Club at 7:30 Thursday evening.
a' large crowd and everythingwas This project was planned to AtFLAG'LER
sold. PTA President Mrs.i raise funds"to buy shrubbery to
Jeanette Owens estimated that. plant in the town park.
$250 would be cleared and she'. They have planned table FOOD STORE
expressed her appreciation for prizes and refreshments and all
the hard work and cooperationof kinds of card games or Chinese I
the chairman, Mrs. Joann
checkers can be played there.
Moyer, co-chairman, Mrs. Joann Mrs. Clara Bjutuex is chairman.PTA I' ,FLAGLER BEACHPRICES
Sheeler, to the room mothers, I
and then also to the for I
public MEETING i GOOD- Thurs. Fri. -Sat. Nov. 2 3 4, 1961
coming outThe > NEXT TUESDAY I
Costume Contest which -
Regular business meeting of j J
climaxed the evening was
the Flagler PTA is scheduled for Chase & SanbornCOFFEE Pillsbury
judged by Mr. and Mrs. Carl '
at'
7:30 Tuesday, November 7th
:McElfresh, Mrs. Reynold Hoover
the school. Dean Holland, superintendent -II
and George Wickline. The prize I of public Instruction FLOUR
winning costumes were worn by -
will be the speaker for the I I
Debra Johnson and Penny Par-
evening and he will discuss the f
rish for the prettiest; Vicki
Moore and Lee Gary for the school system. .

most original; Rosie Miller and DELAND DISTRICT MEETING Ib. 39 ,5.1k 39
Jerry Gordon for the funniest; '
Members of the Flagler Worn-
Grady Prather and Fay Hutchinson can g
I an's Club are planning to attend
for the spookiest Brad I
; the District Federation of Worn.en's Limit I Limit one with $5.00 food order
Fennell and Tinker Gresham forth one with $5',00 or more food order or more
Clubs in DeLand Friday,
cutest. I
November 10th at 10 A.M.
Mrs. Clarence Shultz is taking 303 can Mussueman's I 14 oz. Sniders
Mrs. Jessie Holmes and Mrs.
Edna Kniskern from Windsor, reservations plan to Join from the group.those Mrs.who APPLESauce <
N. Y., are here to spend the win i CATSUP 1 O
Shult stated that reservationswouldyhave.to bot
ter with :Mrs. Amelia Gilbert. 2 29
-5th..be called to herby'November for Limit One Please

. TV SERVICEALL I
visitors from I
Recent here 303 Sunlite
Southern Seas can
MAKES Wichita, Kansas, were Mr. and i
Agent For Mrs. Ernest Fry. They spent LIGHT MEAT., r
nine days here with her parents, I Tomatoes 1 O
RCA & PHILCO Mr. and Mrs. Jonah Hale, who TUNA .23 can

TUBES & ANTENNAS SOLD reside at the Sun Sea Manor. : "can, : Limit. 6 With Order.
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AND INSTALLED Mr. and Mrs. Phillip Smith I
TUBES TESTED FREE from Whitney Point, N. Y., stop. Bremners I II Energy
ped over Sunday to see Mrs. I I
Sara Dickinson. Mr. and Mrs. lb. BLEACH 10
Saltines 19
TV.BobFLAGLER Smith were making their tripin pkg qt.
their boat and had just took -
BEACH part in a boating club trip from I
PHONE HE 9.2204 Kissimmee'to West Palm Beach. 46 oz. can Stokely's 1 1 i iS 303 can Standard
(Continued on page 7)I TOMATO I CUT GREEN
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THE FLAGLER TRIBUNE BUNNELL. FLORIDA PACK: FIVE
November 2, 1961 I II II

MRS. WAY IS IN .
I
MEDICAL CENTER
FOR SURGERYMrs.

Jessie Way left Tuesday
morning to enter the Medical Hawed-{ qualitqcctbbagel
L Center in Gainesville to undergo
surgery for the removal of
.
her leg. She was a patient there .t
several months ago when she j" U
IDLEWOOD CLUB BETA CLUB MEETS had her other leg amputated. 11'': KILL '1
HOLDS MEETINGThe The Beta Club of the Bunnell ....i it

Idlewood Club has held High School met Wednesday. Custer Durrance and son Rob- Ii cabbage loopers _
afternoon during the activity bie, of Arcadia, spent the past .
( two recent meetings making period. President Mary Susan weekend here visiting with their 'j' o imported cabbage worms
carnival -
for the Halloween !
plans Brannam presided and the meet family. They were accompaniedhome ,
booth, and also for the pa- ] diamond-back moth larvae
ing was called to install new by his mother, Mrs.
rade float. They met with Janice! .J
members of the club. Omega Durrance, who will
:Murray and also with Gwen New members include Florence spend some time there as their ii with r PhosdrinINSECTICIDE
McGriff. .
Ronnie Canakarisof s:;a
Williams and guests. -
They also have welcomed two the senior class; Mechele Stef- M
new members, Wilda Hargettand lik, Barbara Smythe, Barbara Hubert Frier, Mrs. Laura Frier, { it(.Z
Virginia Moody. Weaver, Carol Hoskins, Carolyn and Hollis Derry arrived last :.:. -!
The next meeting of the club I Clifton, of the junor class; week from Wadsworth, 111., and t 1 At the first sign of loopers or worms, it's time for :::..
will be on November 14. Kathy Barber, David Brown, Sue Davenport, Iowa. The Friers had #r r fast action with new powerful Phosdrin insecticide. I
I King, Gloria Moore, David Sheffield spent two weeks on a vacation tl-} Phosdrin is easy to use as a dust or spray. It kills :
JOHN FRANK MERCERMr. I I. Allida Tucker, Gail Wads- there and Mr. Derry was return- i fast and sure. And, most important, it can be applied l
and Mrs. Ray Mercer are' worth, Nancy Wilson, and Mickey ing after spending the summerin within a few days of harvest-without danger 1
I the parents of a son who was Ramsey of the sophomoreclass. Wadsworth. :r of residue. t:4W

. born October 31st at the Halifax Get a bumper vegetable crop this season-use #'
1! Hospital in Daytona Beach He This is the largest number of Lt. and Mrs. Charles Mc- f powerful Phosdrin insecticide at the first sign of 11 11t : :
1. weighed six pounds and thirteen new members installed in the Knight and young son left Sun- j infestation. Be prepared-order your supply today '
. ounces. He was given the name club. The new members were day to return to Boston, Mass., '
John Frank., welcomed by Principal J. O. where he is stationed with the t i CALIFORNIA CHEMICAL COMPANY. f.lf:
) t Ortho Division P.O. Box 767 Orlando, Florida '
Craig who gave the requirementsfor U.S. Airforce. They were guestsof '
I i George. Biddle accompaniedby membership. They are his parents, Mr. and Mrs. T.K. 'I
his daughter, Mrs. Ruth Up- based on a B average in school, I (Buddy) McKnight, during their
son of Daytona Beach, and Mrs. and good citizenship.Other I visit here.
f Flossie Richardson of, Bunnell, members of the club are
( spent Wednesday in Gainesville :Mary Susan Brannam Connie The Band Parents will meetat ORTHO) I If
,. visiting with Mr. Biddle's brother Shields, Susan Wadsworth, the band room tonight at 8 "
Jim Biddle of Green Cove Elaine Deen, Peggy Hoskins, o'clock. All members are urgedto
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Springs. Jim Biddle had recent- Boyd Robertson and Quenten attend. .I
ii i iJ
ly undergone surgery at the Emery. (Continued on page 7) \ i
:Medical Center in Gainesville '
I ana was ready to return to his
' home in Green Cove Springs I i
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! when he suffered a stroke. His

I! condition is reported as critical. Do it Yourself and SAVE UP TO 60% \/, i ii

t John Bielejeski of West Palm f
Beach spent the past weekend i
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here visiting with his parents,

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Mrs. Lizzie SeDessie of Panama & Any time-Day or Night .
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I I Frank Rose Mercer.Ann Way will undergo in Our Modern New Automatics' I !

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further surgery at the Halifax
Hospital today. Miss Way was
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i Mr. and Mrs. George Schlosser :.......
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of Grays Lake, Ill., have arrived i'DtiI
here to spend the winter
with Mrs. Jessie Way. Mrs. 17 i

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: I county. The Rec. Dept. would McDaniel, guards Minchew and I I
; Corner 1 I Rural Housing I CONSERVATION '
t. S Sports [like to have some officials and Harris played a good offensive NEWS
I 'I ,
i[:score keeper. Please contact Leslie J1 game. Hornsby was in on 181 Loan i

". Continued .Jrom ndgr 2\ \ -Z. Pache, Box 301, 'Bunnell.A !tackles. Bratcher and the backj j ,Program I I By Tilman W. Robinson

basketball league for boys up I f i field tackled hard also. The ball i ti Now Expanded
Harold Rawls SC3 soil scientist
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''r /' /BUNNELL REC. DEPT to 11 Dec. 31 will be formed la1 1 i i carrying of E. Tucker and H.1' I I
'I has completed the soils survey
1 TO ORGANIZE ter. Schools will get applica- Tucker was good off tackle runs |!RURAL HOUSING LOAN
EXPLAINED !!I on a 1600 acre block of the
: BASKETBALL LEAGUE I tions. \ 'I I while Bowers made some good !I[PROGRAM

end runs. I I I|i Families living in small rural i i'I 1 I W. H. McBride property in the

R Bunnell Rec. Dept.. will start I 1['communities and in rural areas, I south end of Flagler county. The

their fall season of recreation.A BULLDOG J.V.'s SPUDSTERS Johnny Seale handled himself 1 I('I even though not engaged .in 1 I survey will be used by local ,

senior basketball league will il J..V's DEADLOCK i good' on the punts. Townsend, i I I i farming may now be eligible SCS technicians in the preparation !
'!'for the housing loans made by I
3>e formed. The league will Bunnell J. V.'s and Hastings : end looked good on the offens the Farmers Home Administration -I of a soil and water conser- ,'

start play in December. Trophies 1 I J. V.'s'' played -to a scoreless tie. : ive and almost got a pass that !I according to Curtis Green, vation farm plan for McBride. l

win be given to the winner and I Bunnell J.V.'s out-played the would have put the: boys in the the agency's county supervisor The survey will also be used by .

the top scorer. The Rec. Dept. Hastings Spudsters. They out I scoring column. The team as a I Ii I for Brevard, Orange, Seminole, SCS technicians in the designof I

would like all teamS to have uni- rushed them 189 yards to 24. |i whole played good' looked !I,Lake, Flagler and Volusia Coun-.... a seepage irrigation systemfor

forms. All teams can have eight 1 Both team's defense tightenedup I sharp, and the job that Jack I ties.The Housing Act of 1961 I: improved pasture grass and

:players and a manager,who can when they got on their. 20 I Hardin did will give Coach broadened the eligibility requirements clover. ,

also play. All players must live I yard line.Bunnell. I Manuel some good players next for rural housing John D. Griffin, soil conserva-
As result of
loans. a owners
3n the county or work in the tackles Hornsby and I season. non-farm tracts in rural areas tion service area conservationistand

-- I Nice job Jack. The J. V.'s finished and in small rural communities Harold Rawls, SCS soil scientist -

I the season with a 3-2-1 .[of not more than 2,500, as well I both of Lake City, conducted -

record. Nice jobs boys. Will see I as farmers, may be eligible for ;I a program inspection of
5.. I this of credit.
; Philheat you on the varsity next year. : type i the Bunnell work unit during

5 ''Mumps Bunnell Hastings I I "This tool program in promoting is an importantnew the development -.I:the past week. Every phase of

9 first downs 3 of rural areas," Mr. !'the operation of the work unit

!1189 yds rushing 24 Green said. "Rural housing i was carefully gone over andi

ce 7 passes a tt. 2 loans will not only help families i appraised. Except for a few minor -
Oil obtain better homes but will
Heating put
3 passes compo 0 more carpenters, plumbers, and l items the unit was given an

o I ,fumbles 1 electricians to work, and will 'I excellent rating. Griffin, senior

I fumbles recov. 0 increase the sales in lumber I inspector, said he was well

12.10 Penalty I 2-10 yards and building supply pleased with the overall operation .

k Automatic Keep ,Full Service 2-25 Punts 3.37 firms." I of the Soil Conservation
9 Housing loans are made for .
Bunnell 0 0 0 0 Service in Flagler County.
the construction, repair, and remodeling -
Top Quality Heating Oils Hastings 0 0 0 0 of dwellings and essential -
a farm buildings to pro (lessees of farms.

Fast Service I vide water for farmstead and More than $400 million has
Dependable
household I been authorized for rural house
: PIERSON FACES BULLDOGS t use.
I ing loans over the next four
i Automatic Ticket Printer I Pierson Wildcats broke into tion In, funds addition are to available major construc-to mod- years.

9 the scoring column last week ernize homes-add bathrooms, The Housing Act of 1961 also
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I with three touchdowns. also I authorizes the Farmers Home
They
Prices central heating modern kitch-
,
Competitive I Administration to insure loans
0 I have a rarity in today's gameof I ens, and other home improve- for housing and related facilities
I, Value football in Clinton Newman I Iments, as well as to enlarge and for domestic farm labor. These
We Give Top StampsFOR
remodel farm
service
9 who drop-kicks the extra point buildings loans may be made to farm
I !and in related facilities
put
I
SERVICE IN BUNNELL & FLAGLER BEACH and is one of the best in the such as paved feedlots, yard owners, associations of farmers,
state and local government units
I t state. J i fences and driveways. ......A .......A.. ti.........
I1I1U non-.uvu. assocla ullil.
The Wildcats are under the I Rural housing loans may also I Funds for these insured loansare
Phone ID 7-3498
wing of Benjamin S. Bindschad-be used for the construction of provided by private investors. -

s* fall-out and storm shelters. I The Farmers Home Administration -
ler who is a Florida State University -
i i The interest rate is 4 per cent service
will make and
graduate. Pierson scored per year on the unpaid balanceof I the loans, and insure their re

three touchdowns 'against St. the loan. Loans may be payment. The total volume of
Irvin
J.; L Joseph which was their first scheduled for repayment over insured loans may not exceed

scoring the periods up to 33 years. $25 million in any one year.
of season.
I The be
I proposed housing must Further information on rural
Distributor. Pierson is called Taylor High. adequate to meet the family's housing loans may be obtained

: y Taylor had difficulty in fielding I needs yet modest in size and de !i at the county office of the Farm-

a team in the, early part of the !'sign. i!'ers Home Administration located

I !season as they are a small I To be eligible an applicantmust I iat Room 417, Sanford Atlantic
: own a farm or a 'housingsite
Bank Sanford Florida.
Building, ,
school. They are completing a in a rural area; without decent -I .

1 new high school to be called I safe-and sanitary housing; I IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF
to be unable to obtain the needed KLAGL.KR COlTXT'LOIUO.. tI
Taylor High which, next season, I IN CHANCERY XO. 4283
tILJRRY11. credit from other sources; I MARY ALICE LANE
will have
from
boys nearby I
and be without sufficient resources -I Plaintiff. t
.i!, towns and will have more boys II to provide the necessary I WILLIAM n.YS.r .

next season. housing on his own account. He r LANEDefendant..

The boys are trying to keep I I must also have or be able to I NOTICE TO IJKFK.MJTHE <
obtain sufficient income to meet 1 STATE OF FLORIDA TO: J
their future schedule and next !!!I William R. Lane
z
I :payments on existing debts, take I i 2009 Eastern Parkway ,)
year all teams can look for a j i iI I care of his other expenses; and I 1 Brooklyn 7, New York
different team and a big im- make the payments on the proposed I You are hereby notified that a I
.
1/ { suit has been filed against "yoti in
j provement. I[t loan. I the above entitled cause: and you J
'& I j .I The local county supervisor of are hereby required to file your an- a
,, N f'he Bulldogs will give some I the Farmers Home Administra- 1 i swer with the Clerk of this Court.
Iy Aw$ .
y. of their junior varsity boys a 'I tion will review building plans 1 I the and to serve a plaintiff's copy thereof upon ;
plaintiff or attorney.
little varsity action in this !'and inspect the housing construction I I I whose name and address is: t,
R'a l it in Ray Selden }
game. The game will startIat8P.M. as progresses order -
Selden Building
.' to make certain that the bore I I i Daytona Beach. Florida

.__ rower obtains sound and ac- I not later than November 9. A. D. s
r I
ceptable construction.The 1961. S
If you fail to do so, decree pro
RCA VICTOR local county qr area com- I confesso will be entered against .
mittee of the Farmers Home Ad- I you for the Belief demanded in the
LIVING COLOR TV ministration determines the I bill of complaint. The nature of {
I said suit being for divorce. ;,
"LOOK FOR TIIF. PICTURE i I el m ers applicants. I WITNESS my hand and seal of ....
IN TilE WINDOW" {, Far who need to enlarge i said Court this 6th day of. OctoberA.
Southern Radio & Television lor develop their farming opera- : D. 1961. .!
226 E. Granada- Ph. OR 7-2001 (Official Seal) E. A. SMYTHE i
I tions in order to obtain enough ":
OIIMOND I Clerk of said Circuit Court
I income_ to.pay.for housing loans By Julia R. Harvey
I mav obtain farm Deputy Cleric c
enlargementand I
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New ,OF Till VTATK OF FLORIDA, i management help from the Ad. I IX THK CIRCUIT rOLHT. fa-x.
: :, IX AND FOR FLAC.LKR TOI'X- ministration.Rural TII JUDICIAL CIRCI'IT. IS ANTI
.. -., i ,. T\". FI.OKin IX CII4.XCKIIY families who need emergency FOR FIjAGLKK COUVTV. FLOR
XO. 4364 IDA. IV CHANCERY XO. 4337
THOMAS J. HUMPHREY. housing repairs and do I HAROLD PAYNE WI E.IAX.
Telephone Directory Plaintiff |i'I 1 not have the ability to repay a I Plaintiff.

vs. i loan may be able to obtain CLAIRE THERESA.s. WISEMAN.
FLORENCE PARKER HUMPHREY |
Defendant 1 small grants for such purposes ; Defendant..
: Closes SoonLast ACTIOX FOR DIVORCK I I repairing a roof screening i NOTICE TO DKFKNDIN
NOTICE TO DKFKXIJ l'ITTN THE NAME OF THE STATEOF
I[windows, and providing a sani- ;
THE NAME OF THE ,STATE FLORIDA:
OF FLORIDA: !I itary supply of water. 1 I TO: CLAIRE THERESA WISEMAN
TO: j All loans are secured to the !I 77 Mack Road g.
Call for FLORENCE PARKER HUMPHREY 1'I Fitchburg Massachusetts ;
to
: East Seventh Street. I extent necessary protect the | YOU ARE HEHE NOTIFIED 3
Hopklnsville. Kentucky. !I I Government's interest. Small I I. that a suit for divorce has been

'Changed Listings . Additional Listings -. YOU ARK ,HEREBY NOTIFIED'improvement: loans made in amounts brought against you in the Circuit.
that a complaint, seeking divorce I! Court of Flakier County. Florida.in
II I less than $1,500 with I'
has been filed in this Court against repayments '[ Chancery by HAROLD PAYNE
the
Ads in Yellow PagesDon't I I
you. and you are hereby required |I I, scheduled over periods WISEMAN, styled as above and
to file your answer or other defense I I up to 10 years may be secured I you are hereby required to' fil*.
to said suit in the Office of .I personally or by Attorney with
Wait! Call our Business Office right awayto by a promissory: note. Other
the Clerk of the Circuit Court of < the Clerk of said Court at BunI -
notify us of changed listings in the Telephone I Flakier County. Florida at the i jloas are secured by mortgages. I It I nell Florida your answer or wrlt- I S,
Flakier County Court House In Under certain circumstances I I ten defenses. If nay, to the Com- -
Directory. Remember, additional listings for mem-, I Hunnell, Florida on or before the building loans may be made to i I'plaint in said suit on or. before
27th day of November.. 1961. and the 13th day of November. A. D.
bers of your family or firm may be included for to serve a copy thereon on the I i: 19it. and to serve! a conv thereof t
RICHARD E. CONNER. Attorney -
nlalntlffa attorney. C. Winston upon
only a small extra cost! 1 Smith P. O. Box 126. 105 :Magnolia I for Plaintiff, whoso addressis '
," Strr-et. New Smyrna Beach. Florida.If 135H Canal St "'et. P.O. Box
Mr.'Businessman: Yellow Pages is the best way you fail to do so. judgment by If 1566.THE; New FLAOLER Smvrna Beach.TRIBUNE' Is. "
default will he taken against you thereby
to tell people how to find you.,Call the Telephone for the relief sought In the com- f designated as the newspaper J
plaint. II R Q I In which this Order shallbe :
Business Office without de- This notice shall be published published once a week -for four I
one each week for four (4) (4) consecutive weeksHEREIN ,
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that productsor FAIL NOT OR JUDOMBN'T -
lay so your I weeks In The Flagler Tri I
S unp.nOXE. WILL BE F.NTERF.D AGAINST
services may be represented AND ORDERED at Bun- YOU BY' DEFAULT.
'nell. the -County Seat of Flaeler I WITNESS my hand' *n'* thee seal
in the nation's most '
Firs I(County. Florida, on this the 20th of said Court at Bunn11. Flagler
.? ; used Yellow day of October. A. D. 1961. County. Florida. this 9th day of
buying guide-
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.. October. A. D. 1961. '
inthey: I (Circuit Court Seal) I i
/ Pages. E. A. SMYTHE Prompt Service I (Seal) Clerk. A.theeCircuit f- ,
YeilowPages < Clerk of the Circuit Court In PLACE YOUR ORDER WITH, US of Court
RICHARD E. CONNER ,
and for Flaeler Countv. FloridaC.
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Winston Smlt P.O. Box 126. I Attorn" at Law
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Southern Bell 105 Magnolia St. New Smyrna Flagler I
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Thursday, November 2, 1961" THE FLAGLER TRIBUNE, BUNNELL, FLORIDA PAGE SEVEN /
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conveniences. and time saverSon r Judy and Barbara Stryker Mr. and Mrs. Stanley Springer I Mr. and Mrs. Harold Edson I,

: Eagfer &aC the regular electric range. I visited in Gainesville during the I and family spent Sunday in I I and son, Harold, Jr., were here' '

Mrs. Philip Kester, president, weekend and attended the football I Orange City ",visiting with .her I i[Saturday from Eau Gallie to>
welcomed and I there Saturday afterI parents, Mr. and MrS. David De'1 1 visit with
Continued ,tram Pace 4 I those present game 'I her mother, Mrs. Sara
thanked the power company for I noon. Castro. ] Dickinson.

FLAGLER BEACHMETHODIST J its 'cooperation in making it I -- --- --- .

CHURCH such She also an thanked interesting Harris program.Appli- INSiRE-Stay Insured & Rest Assured !

Sunday school at 9:30 A.M.,I I t I i- I
ance Co. of Bunnell for the use
followed each Sunday by church
of their beautiful red deluxe
service at 10:30: in the FlaglerWoman's GET THE BEST PROTECTION FROMH.
range that was used to help (Continued from page 5)
Club Rev.
building.
with the demonstration.Door .
Reynold N. Hoover's sermon Mrs. Mable Brooks is in the
I prize winners were Mrs. T. COOK AGENCY '
topic for next Sunday morningwill Flagler Clinic and Hospital for .
John Kraieski William
Mrs.
,be "The Reformation." Spe treatment of injuries received in
cial music is planned.. I Barto and Mrs. Jessie ,Holmes. an automobile 'accident last Citizens Bank Bldg. Bunnell, Florida
Mrs. Charles Bondy was the I
There were about 20 childrenof Thursday evening. The accident
lucky winner of the appliance .
the Methodist Sunday school f occurred on East Moody Boule- .
I given by the power company.Mrs. .
taking part on Monday eveningin vard when she lost control of
E. P. Fleurie and Mrs.V. .
the United Nations Interna- the and struck utility
car a pole.
W. Haines were hostesses for I wza'j
tional Emergency Fund Drive. ;
the afternoon and served sand- I
They collected about $50 and expressed '
wiches and coffee with Mrs. I Mr. and Mrs. W. W. Deen and.
their thanks for the
re
,
Ethel White and Mrs. Esther Delores were in Gainesville dur 36-INCH

sponse. Heydt assisting ,them. Mrs. I ing the weekend for the Homecoming _
The WSCS meeting will be i Gladine Chalfinch' greeted the festivities and game at GAS RANGE

Thursday, November 9th, at 9:30A. : r guests at the door and each was I the University of Florida. They

.M. at the home of Misses given a memento' from the I
power
were guests of their son, Billy,
.Flora and Emily Gage. company. The Halloween motif -i new
who is a student there. I r1 1 with
I The _Methodist Men will servea was carried out in decora I j-

Pancake 'and Sausage Break- tions. CounterControl

fast Sunday morning, November5th Going to Gainesville Saturdayfor .

from 7 until 8:30 in the I the game were: Mr. and Mrs. III I .

Woman's Club building. The Mr. and Mrs. Tony Braddoc George Moody, Jr., Mr. and Mrs. '

public is invited.COMMUNITY 1 have returned to their home Leonard Moody, Mr. and Mrs. Center f

here from a five week's trip. Bo Manuel, Mr. and Mrs. T. E.

MEMORIAL I They motored to Cleveland' and Holden, Mr. and Mrs. Cliff Me-

CHURCH NOTES I visited with her relatives for Griff, Mr. and :Mrs. R. W. Deen, .

Rev. R. W: Dickert, announcedthat I three weeks and also spent Jr., Mr. and Mrs. L. E. Wads- $18995o

his sermon next Sunday'one week in Clearwater, Florida; worth, Dr. and Mrs. E. W. Ware, trade

morning would be on "Is There from where they made. some Mr. and Mrs. Dave Perryman, I ?vqn

Salvation After Death." Sunday deepsea fishing trips. Mr. and Mrs. Sam Broadaway. Model HG642Easytoclean

school is held at 10 A.M., and flush-mounted controls are on the

morning worship at 11 each Sun- range top, at your finger tips, where they're easy '
Mr. and Mrs. J. Hale, Jr., and
Dr. and Mrs. E.V.. Ware of
to 4 giant Flame-Rite burners Balanced-Heat'
use. ,
family from Detroit, Michigan,
day.Ladies of the Church Guild Graceville were guests of Mr. oven with lift-off door for easy cleaning, Meal-
were visitors here at the home and Mrs. L. E. Wadsworth dur *
will timer clock with reminder buzzer. Tmk.
dinner in
serve a turkey 1
of his parents, Mr. and Mrs. the weekend.
ing past
,
Fellowship Hall November 2nd Jonah Hale, while his father was
at 6 P.M. which the
to publicis
ill at the Flagler Clinic and Hospital
invited. It will be followedby in Bunnell.. Mr. and Mrs. Joe E. White --

a short devotional by Rev. have begun construction of a

Dickert and a business.meeting.. new home in Colony Park Sub-

(I I 'Margie Schatz came home division. It is located on the

COOKING DEMONSTRATIONA {,from Howeyin-the-Hills .where corner of Holden Drive and 30INCHGAS

COMPLETE "SUCCESSApproximately. |she is attending school this year Chapel Street.

65 Woman's{to spend the weekend with her RANGE

Club members and their guests parents, Mr. and Mrs. Robert
I Mr. and Mrs. Dave
Ferryman
watched with awe the wonders Schatz. Accompanying Margieon with/ "
and Mr. and Mrs. L. E. Wads-
, of the Electronic Oven at the the trip and visit were class- 1 .,
. worth plan to attend the Florida-
Flagler Woman's Club last Wed- mates Cynthia Glatky from
Georgia Tech in Atlanta uI
1, nesday as Miss Kay Bourquar- Punta Gorda, Florida Sue Wells this weekend.Mrs. game. Counter
dez, home service representativeof from Ozark, Alabama, and ,Tom '

the Florida Power and Light Wolffe from Coral Gables, Flor- VAt/I/ \1 Control
R. E. Ford has
r Co. demonstrated its uses. She ida, and Robert Foster from New returned I .'
from the St. Vincent HospitalIn

also told of many overlooked Mexico. ____ .___ .: ___ Jacksonville_U ___ _______ where she received 1 h1ktI _ ; Center!'

. medical treatment for, i..., -3'
several days.

WEEKEND SPECIALS I $6995O
Mrs. Henry Wells had the I

FRUITS & PRODUCE misfortune of breaking her knee I with t'e

Wednesday morning. She is in I Model HG300

"- the Flagler Clinic and Hospital
I for Now controls are where they belong on the range
treatment.
Fresh Local TURNIPS or MUSTARD top at your finger tips...easier to clean, too! 4 -
I giant burners with new Trivet Grates. Full-width '
GREENS Large Bunch' 1ge CARD OF THANKSI Balanced-Heat oven with lift-off door."Smokeless"\

would like to express my broiler has new"sink-size" pan. !
sincere thanks to my friends I

I Fresh Juicy NavelORANGES and neighbors for the cards and
,
flowers sent to while I
$ 00 me wasa
3 .1 patient in the hospital. Your
& GRAPEFRUIT doz

ciated.thoughtfulness is deeply appre- mODI! ? {I@W"DURING )

Fresh Shelled j Mrs. Nan Ford. .

$ 00 IX THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THESE
PEASBLACKEYES I
if or CONCHS 2 lbs IN*"AND ENTII FOR JUDICIAL.FLAGLER CIRCUIT COUNTY FALL BARGAIN DAYS

FLORIDA LAW CASE NO
844 .
Parson BrownORANGES IN RE FORFEITURE OF THE I STRAIGHT-LINE DESIGN
FOLLOWING DESCRIBED PROP- .

3 8 ib $ : bags 0399905.
1950 Buick 2 boor Motor 61016- DIAL DEFROST
265. ;.
1952 Packard 4 door. ID K4094- ;
12. H REFRIGERATOR
Fresh HomogenizedMILK 30174.1953 Pontiac 4 door. ID L.8XH-

I 1 1955 Ford 2 door. ID U5FG201- '
2 Gal. 49$ 707.1954 Pontiac. Motor P8ZH54178. r' Big full-width freezer

1951 Chevrolet 2 door. :Motor _

Jan'1954 50676.Chevrolet 4 door, Motor 04- <:: Handy door storage
U. S. No. 1 WHITEPOTATOES 40013154Y.
1951 Ford 2 door. ID BIch 131419. -
1953 Plymouth. 2 door. Motor P2-
10 g2ge 4250273.NOTICE OF SALE Full-width vegetable drawer

Notice is hereby given that. In I Y JIN.
accordance with the provisions of
Section 562.405. Florida' Statutes Dial-Defrost convenience
Southern 1957 the above described propertywill I I .
be. offered for sale for cash = -
to the highest bidder on the 13th r
BREAD 8 ,$ (00 day of November 1961. at 11 A.M. Straight-Line Design -
Large 2 for 31c Size for i The amount of the highest bid Model '
must be nald immediately after TA2I2 NEMA ilondard
sale and delivery of articles "accepted -
immediately thereafter.
: Prospective bidders may inspect BIG 11.8 cu. FT:
HANNAH'S MARKET the vehicles at the Flagler Countv
: '
Jail on East Moody Boulevard
FOOD .
during: business hours. STORAGE198w
I FRUIT & PRODUCE Receipt for amount of highest -t;
I bid will be Driven Immediately after FOR
U. S. 1 South Bunnell, Fla. sale. Bill of sale will be executedand
delivered to purchaser within
OPEN SUNDAY. two (2) days after sale. Harris .
r Dated this 17th. day of October. Appliance & Gas Company
A.D. 1961.
ACROSS HIGHWAY FROM DIXIANA MOTEL /S/ E. A. SMYTHE ,
Clerk of the Circuit Court
Phone ID 7-3551
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PAGE EIGHT THE FLAGLER TRIBUNE BUNNELL.. FLORIDA Thursday, November 2, 1961 If

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1o"'lJa i you'll feel well enough to"begin i flowers can be grown in your
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; 'I an Easter lily bed. garden every Narcissus month in the year. Aovc0 by .

(By Hervey Sharp: )' i I Plant the bulbs of :the. tall-
Narcissus plantings made now Dorr
There are dangers closer home]I stemmed beauties at weekly intervals will flower better than plantings

than the rumors of a distant I until well into Novem- made next month or in Decem

somek-like column of an atomic ber. 'This will insure a longer ber. The flowers are also known .I II LAND FATHER.PLEASE
and adds to the
flowering period "
explosion.In as "daffodils"- "jonquils. REMAIN QUIET
chance that oneof the plantings I OUR DEBATING CLUB
fact the smoke you may The large trumpet varietiesand .
will be at its peak at Eastjer [GATHERS HERETONIGHT.
inhale while burning oleander, I the paper white narcissusare
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trimmings can be just as fatal'I time.Soil ., ,. : best suited for Florida, says I \ .

as strontium in nuclear fallout. is no problem, because :I Dr. E. W. :McElwee, ornamental

This isn't to "throw a scare," I lillies grow well in clay, sand, horticulturist at the Universityof I

but it is ,a good idea to avoid I marl or muck soils. However, Florida. II I

smoke while burning garden debris 'I they require moist but well These bulbs do best in well- I II 0 Ii

during the clean 'em up and drained soil. The Easter beau- drained soil of medium fertility.Set \ i

burn ,'em up campaign this fall. I ties do not like soils that keep the bulbs 6 to 8 inches deep II I ,

Remember, smoke from ivy or their "feet" wet and space them at various intervals I !

poison 'oak is just as potent as Set the bulbs in 3-foot rows. I I depending on your gar

contacting the living plants. It Space them 6 to 12 inches apartin den arrangement. I

So beware of toxic smoke and the drill, covering them about Before planting apply 1% {

6 inches deep. pounds of 4.12.12 fertilizer per

THE BOOK NOOKJANE The amount and kind of fertilizer 100 square feet of bed area. Top- I I i
I KNOW YOU LOVE .WED LIKE TO it
EYRE to apply depends on the dress with additional fertilizer ME AND WANT TO TAKE WIN. t
I soil. On muck land lilies thriveon during the growing season when I AAY TEAM'S SIDE OF THE iI rt

By a 0-8-12 analysis fertilizer, I II the plants show signs of need- DISCUSSION BUT ITJUSr I
Charlotte Bronte I I[while on sandy soil they need ; ing plant food. ISN'T
The story of Jane Eyre is about I such For better flower
adventure a nitrogen plant food as I I productiondig FAIR. I1w IQ I
a young girl's a 5-7-5 mixture. and, store narcissus bulbs r
between the ages of 10 and 21. Easter lilies do best if givena every year after the flowering I t tI

At the age of 10 she was sent supply of their plant food period.If 'Q I
school where she tt
tQ a private prior to planting and several you decide to add Calla I
stayed for eight years. At the I I I fertilizer applications during lilies ,to your garden, select a ZORR.i I
:age of 18 she leaves the schoolto I I t
the growing season. spot that is high in organic mat-
become governess for a 10I I I Since mosaic disease is a very ter and fairly moist. Set the I X11

year-old child at a manor called I!i serious problem in lily production rhizones 4 inches deep and a t

Thomfield Hall. She stayed be sure the bulbs you plantare foot apart. Fertilize the plants '
there about a year and a half I I from disease-free 'planting with 1% pounds of 4.7.5 fertilIzer -
then left. She went to a town CRAIG FUNERAL HOME
.stock. per 100 square feet of bed
called Mortonshire where she 1 I
There are a number of true area.
met three of her cousins. She I lilies that can be grown in Flor- 1 Water Plants A. H. CRAIG Funeral Director
with them about a ,
stayed year ida. The one most generally If you have been looking for I JOHN HARDIN, Associate
. then she left. .
grown is the Bermuda or Easter plants that will grow in water,
To know what happened after I AIR OXYGEN
lily type of Lilium longiflomm. here are some that you can add LADY
she left Mortonshire, come to This plant has a range of bloom to your list: Egyptian lotus, CONDITIONEDCHAPEL I I EQUIPPED
and check out the ATTENDANT
our library from December through June. tropical lotus, hardy lotus, floating AMBULANCES

book. Another vriety, Lilium phillip- ieart;; -umbrella-plant, cat.i .
Library Assistant, 'pinese, flowers in August and i tail, bog rush',horn fern, parrot- Phone ID 7-3532

Diane SpringerCLASSFIED September. By making a succession :feather, sweet flag, water arum i 201 E. MOODY BLVD. BUNNELL. FLORIDA
of plantings, gladiolus and wild rice. .
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ADS See the Chevrolet Golden Anniversary i .
Show-CBS-TV-Friday. '
''I.1.d1Dp under this heading areS Nor. 3, 8:30-9:30 p.m. E.S.T. '
cents per word *ach insertion '
75 cents la minimum charge. .THE
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Heposseed 1961 Zig-Zag Sewing CHUl7\ n '

Machine. Makes buttonholes, -1 "' NEW 4. .
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sews on buttons, monograms, ,' .,.
-embroideries, etc. Pick up payments .
of $7.75 per month or pay .' ..,. :: : G.QINGGIIEATGUNS --0 -
'off balance of $58.00. Write ifOfUf" .'' :'. .
225 :""I'i' :'J" .'
'Credit Manager, Box or .. >
phone CL 38106. Oct. 26-2tp
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.. SEPTIC TANK- cleaning reason \ "Jr

able rates. George Jarosz, phone
JD. 73410. 11-2 to 4-26-tp

'NOTICE-Frank's Jack Repair is
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located 1 block off Deen Road,
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of mile west of the ,..,..,}}: *. ?" ,'; }:a '.. '* a".v
about U x.
a S C{?.ta.k:: .,, ., '":. :: :rf::::}}:43 ': }:.n.w. ; y M'A. ,.
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railroad tracks. Oct. 26-2tp I

FOR RENT OR SALE-3 bedroom I
house at north end of Palunetto .

Flagler Beach, on boat I

canals, cool pleasant living, ',' .W-MI i
ceptional value, beautiful interior -
and exterior $90.00 per {

month for September 1 occu ,
{
pancy. Contact present rentersor .
Alexander ,Lumber Co., Daytona Chevy II Nova 400 Sporl Coupe-
Beach, Florida. 7-20-TF and there'are 8 more models,just -
as nifty,where this one came from -

Ocean front housekeeping apart

ments, 1 and 2 bedrooms compete This one was on the road to sucIf you're looking for sensibility at its Sundaycess

with linens and all utilities. right from the start, a new best-join the celebration at your Chevrolet

Sun deck, fishing, swimming, kind of solid simplicity blended dealer's. Chevrolet's. golden anniversary ]iit'i m j
loafing. Day, week or month. with economy'and dependability. year, and this new Chevy II is making it a ? "t N

Sun Sea Manor Flagler Beach. Beneath the hood a frugal 4- year to remember with a new line built especially 1
HE 9-2082 7.6tf to save you money on service and main-
or satiny 6-cylinder engine (your tenance. Get the full at dealer's. I:
----- story your Yf j
FOR RENT-Unfurnished large choice in most models). Nine fl

2-bedroom garage apartmentCall new models. sedans, wagons, : f 7I
A New
World
HE 9-2318, or see Zeke hardtop and c of,Worthloin ,
Chaffee. 11-17-tf in Chevrolet's 50th Anniversary cele-
bration at your dealer's now-By picking .
FOR RENT-furnished 2 bedroom up a special order form from your dealer ,1'
one bath house, Daytona Ave., f'j you can order a "Golden Anniversary
Flagler Beach. Completely ren _, j Album" LP recording of favorite American .
ovated. $65.00 per month. Keys k'- songs from Chevrolet for just $1. "
an be picked up at, Sullivan'sGulf .. e (For your convenience, many dealers will .
have the album for sale in their show-.
Station. Nov 10tfFLAGLER '
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.. or ID 7-3517 TELEPHONE ID 7-3131 BUNNELL FLORIDA
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