The Flagler tribune
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 Material Information
Title: The Flagler tribune
Physical Description: Newspaper
Language: English
Publisher: s.n.
Place of Publication: Bunnell Fla
Creation Date: November 9, 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
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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
Resource Identifier: aleph - 001024369
oclc - 33425664
notis - AFA6237
lccn - sn 95047251
System ID: UF00079914:00253
 Related Items
Preceded by: St. Johns tribune
Succeeded by: Palm Coast news
Succeeded by: Flagler/Palm Coast news-tribune

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Senator Pope I I MEETS BUNNELL TONIGHT P.-T. A. Flagler I i ii 'Cracker SEIZES TROOPER CARLOAD NEELY Ii City Commission: :"1;

Receives Award I II I i I IN The CAFETERIA Bunnell Parent-Teacher .Day' Tremendous I I I tOF While MOONSHINE patroling Highway 100 I I Buys Police CarAt .1.1I

Association will meet in the {about 15 miles west of Bunnell'Wednesday .

For Third Time j"I school cafeteria at 8 o'clock this I Success SaturdayThe night of last week,' Monday Meet !

evening with the president Mrs. I State Highway Patrolman G. H.t t

!1 1t t r George Clegg presiding. Flagler County Cattle- Neely stopped a car for a routine 'I I

State Senator Verle A. Pope I i The for the evening I men's Association held its Tenth check. The driver stopped I The City Commission opened ,
of St. Augustine was in Miami program the car left the motor running) bids for a new police patrol carat i
will be Civil Defense Plans Being Annual "Cracker Day" Saturday I II :
during the past weekend, to accept 'I' and Tan into the woods. the meeting Monday night. .. '
I Made for Our Community November 4, according to Alfred i .
the Allen Morris Award as of the I I Only two bids were presented
School. Tucker president group. I In checking' the car Neely
the'most valuable member of i Land I that of Hall-Tumblin ChevroletCo.
II Certificates were presented to !!found it contained 144 gallon j I
the 1961 session of the Florida I I O. C. Shelton will give a report and Bunnell :Motor Co., Ford
II "Outstanding farmers of Flag jugs of moonshine. While Patrolman -
Legislature. Rep. John E. :Matthews I on the overall plans be- dealers.
ler county. Tom Lenssen, the Neely'made a successI
Jr., of Jacksonville was I!ing made by Flagler County
1961 winner received his certi- I ful capture of the car and moonshine They accepted the bid of the
named as the most valuable I i I Civil Defense Advisory Council.
cate from Charles Creal. Alfred | the driver made
a successful Bunnell Motor Co. for a Galaxie
member of the House of Representative 1
division. 1:I Cliff McGriff, civil defense coordinator Tucker belatedly was presentedhis I get away.iCounty Special four door car as the low

i I I for Flagler County I II certificate by R. W. Deen, Jr. bidder. The bid offered for the

This is the third time Senator i I schools will speak on plans be- This award was made last year I .car was $3,082.00. Allowed for

Pope has won the ward in the ing made for the schools. I but through error was not pre- Board 'the 1960 Ford trad-in was $1,482.

senate division. He was presented I ,sented. 1 I The net difference was 1600.
the award for the 1955 and I John Cannon will report thel Alfred Tucker, president of the
1957 sessions. This is the first I proposed future plans for association and general chair Buys Hall Land The Hall-Tumlin bid offered
schools. :Chevrolet for $2,998.18 allowing
time for Rep: ,Matthews. I man of "Cracker Day." Congressman -
l for the 1960 trade-in
Billy Matthews was intro Near Stockade $1,303.18.
the The net difference .
Senator Pope represents being $1,695.A a
duced i
by Flagler County's Rep
Thirty-first District composed of;Ten Mill Tax For I )
resentative William Wadsworth.
The Board of County CommlsI discussion was held on the
Flagler and St. Johns counties. j I
Approximately 3,000 persons sioners voted to purchase a triangle tables and chairs for the Com
Selection of. the award win. ![Schools Is VotedFreeholders attended the affair at the race I of land on Highway 11 onI I munity Center but no decisionwas

ners is made by Florida newspaper i i I track south of Bunnell, Mr. I I the west side of the county made.

" reporters and editors who :!By Tucker said slightly less than a stockade property from Mrs. J. C.I The city recently had several 4
covered the 1961 session. Of the The freeholders of Flagler i ton ,of beef and pork was served I Hall. The purchase price for the requests for permits to build on

78 ballot mailed out 61 were re I County approved the proposed r and about 100 gallons of baked land was $800. a 50 x 1100 foot lots. The commis-
l I beans were consumed in addition
turned. Senator Pope 10-mill biannual sion voted to abide the
school levy in the by ordinance
I to other side dishes. The They voted to endorse the Educational \
34 votes by the newsmen. Rep. millage election Tues I passed in 1960 requiring
event has developed into one of TV movement as recommended
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Matthhews received votes. day. The 10 mills was set for !a minimum of 10,000 square feet
the school board.
the largest celebrations in the by
Selection of the winner of the Special Tax School District, One 'I area. Following are the race i of land for dwellings.

awards is based on the valueof which comprises all of Flagler results: There was only one bid for I i Genter and Batten of Day toII

their legislation and serviceto County. The millage levy will Cloverleaf race junior division lumber. It was from C. H. Bel- Beach presented th

the entire state. remain the same as it has been -1st, Louise Cannon Pa- vin Lumber Co., which was re.1 II the year SepterSeptember
for the past 10 years. jected. They voted to 3J
latka; 2nd Dickie Hunt Orlando
". i -'-No districf trustees ,are.elected' : ; senior.divisionY.,1st, Glenn f tise:tor he Jumber.. I II" I.

Masonic Official :I because trustees were abolishedby 1 I Harris Orlando; 2nd John Bry- I" Mrs. Ria Johnston appeared I 1 I I.I CarnivalElbert

vote of the county several I son, Jacksonville. before the board asking that

Visits Local Lodge I years ago. I I' Areana Race junior division, the board install a bridge over I and Que

1st, Louise Cannon, Palatka; 2nd, I the canal at the Anderson Street
I A total of 221 of the 1121 Donna senior I
Tuesday Evening TeRonde ; .crossing. The board agreed to
qualified freeholders of the division 1st I. T. Webb Barbara Are Name
extend the culvert and clean out
Woodrow W. Cash District county voted in Tuesday elec Jacksonville 2nd John Bryson, I the canal. II I
Deputy Grand :Master of the 15th tion. One hundred and ninety- Jacksonville. I Barbara Smythe and Elbe
district of ?Masons paid an official nine voted to approve the 10 j I 1- Basket Weave Race, junior division The board also voted to holdup I I Tucker were chosen as Queen
visit to the Bunnell lodge mills and 22 voted for other I II I 1st the closing of the county r rand King at the Halloween Carnival
Jimmy Carpenter,
of Masons evening. road lying between section 3 Tuesday evening. The car-
Tuesday I number of mills. Palatka Dorinda Smith ,
i ; 2nd i.
nival was sponsored by the
I township 13 south,. range 29
S Preceding the meeting a ham Following is the precinct vote: Palatka; senior division, 1st, 'east, and section 4, township 131]I Ladies Auxiliary to the Veterans
1 served by the lodge Bunnell John Bryson, Jacksonville; 2nd, ,'
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supper No.1. voting, south range 29 east. John McIntosh ':of Foreign Wars and was held
to members and guests in the 47 for 10 mills and four for oth- John ..Stryker Holly Hill. brought in the ]t'at the Bunnell Community Cen I
signatures I
il of the lodge. I Run and Lead Race junior
dining room er millage. (One vote was :ter.
of several in the who ob- I
area Ii
thrown division, 1st, Dickie Hunt, Orlando j!
I I Barbara and Elbert both are
jected to the road being closed.
II Upon convening the meeting, ; 2nd, Tommy Smith, Pa '
students at Bunnell High School
John A. Clegg master of the local Bunnell, 4A, 14 voting, 12 for latka; senior division, 1st, Ed Milton Pellicer who requestedthe I I
:and were chosen by popular ;
Masonic Lodge, invited District and two for other millage; Flag Williams Port Orange; 2nd road be closed, also had several 1!
vote in a contest. V. F. W. Post
I Deputy Cash to speak to ler Beach 92 voting, 82 for pro- (I John Bryson, Jacksonville. Highpoint signatures for the closing j!Commander Dale Brown presided

the group. He gave .a ,report on posed millage 'and 11 for other I trophies for above were I of the road. I IIMusic l in the crowning ceremony.
\ various aspects a f :Masonic millage. awarded division
to: junior 1st, ;
I The Halloween Parade opened ,
! work being done plans for future Haw Louise Cannon, Palatka; 2nd, 'the carnival by parading to the !
Creek 13 voting and 13 Man Comes
activities and the Masonic
i on Dickie Hunt Orlonda senior di- {
{for the proposed millage. ; : center. Leading the parade was !
\ Home in St. Petersburg. vision, 1st John Bryson, Jack.
i ITo the Sschinkelfritz Band in costumes -
After his address Past Masters I j Korona, 10 voting and 10 for sonville; 2nd, Williams, Port I Daytona in April and led by Bandmaster I

I. of Bunnell Lodge Ernest Johnston the proposed millage. i Orange. I The Daytona Beach Civic Music Walter Morris.

M. B. Fuller and O. F. Al.t J St. Johns Park, 15 voting and Cutting Horse Contest: There Association announced at Winners in the costume contest I I

I ford were presented past mas I15 for proposed millage. I were 14 horses entered, including their Rally Dinner Friday November were: Cherry Wadsworth

t ter's aprons by Mr. Cash. Espanola, 13 voting, 12 for horses from Charleston S. C. 3, that they have been 'Jeff Johnson, and Patricia Ann ;

Mr. Johnston who was unableto proposed millage and 1 for oth- and Winnefield 'Lousiana. Tied fortunate to obtain the Broadway Peavy. Judges were: John Craig

attend, was master of the er. for first place (and both split Touring Company of "?tlu.I D. D. Moody John Cannon and

f lodge in 1915 Mr. Fuller in 1938 Marineland 12 voting with 9 1st and 2nd place prize money sic Man," the fabulous musical, Mrs. Emma Murray.Mrs. .

and Mr. Alford in 1943. for millage and 3 for other mil equal). Tied. for first place: I for their fifth concert date during I Ernest Taylor presidentof
,} Mr. Clegg gave a report on lage. "Snappy Dunn owned by Ed- the first week of April. the Auxiliary said the ladies

work that has been done to the gar Brown of Ft. Pierce ridden Other Civic Music attractionsfor :wish to thank each person who

I lodge building, and outlined by Willard Davis. "Steve Adam"owned the season are: Cesare Val- helped to make the carnival a '

some of the future plans for Bray Family by Johnny Holmes and letti, leading Metropolitan Opera I big success and they hope to

t lodge. ridden by Johnny Holmes of tenor on January 31; The :have a bigger and better one

The building recently has Plan Reunion Winnefield, La. Marlowes, brilliant young duo next year.
Tied for 3rd ( and both 'I
been repainted inside furniture place pianists on February 19; The Mrs. Taylor also reminds the :,

i refinished and the kitchen done Next SundayMembers split 3rd and 4th placeprize Karlsrud Chorale an exciting :auxiliary members of the meetIng I

} over. One of the needed improvements money equally). For third place: male chorus on March 5; Jean i being held tonight at the :
of the Bray' family "Misty King," owned by William
Maderia .
I glamorous Metropolitain Community Center.CIGARETTE
next on the list Mr.
.. plan to hold a reunion at the Candler of Kissimmee and ridden I :
Clegg said is to receive dona Opera Star on March 23. i
I, Bunnell Community Center next by Gene Koger. "Lee's
Further information
tions for a new carpet in the" may be TAX i
Sunday. Pride, owned by George Har-
obtained by calling Mrs. R. L.
lodge '
den of Sanford and ridden by FOR SEPTEMBER I
t Those attending the reunion himself. McNab at HE 92113. Tickets for

I OLD PAPER DRIVEThe will include members of the the' season may be mail-ordered The municipalities of Flagler
;t 1 Bill Bray family of Daytona Extra attraction not in above by sending your check for $7.00to County has received the follow

Drive, for old papers and I Beach; the Jim Bray family and contest: Raymon Tucker rode P.O. Box 69, Daytona Beach. ing amounts from the five centsa

I magazines being conducted by I the Mrs. Jessie Forsyth- Muzyka his cutting horse "Misty Red"in Student memberships at $3.00 package on cigarettes sold in

the Flagler Beach MethodistMen family of Bunnell. exhibition'without a bridle. must be applied .for. in, person. their Corporate limits during

. will continue for several I HORSE RACES The box office at Peabody Audi- ,September.

weeks. Those who have old j Plans call for a get togetherat I Cowpony and Horse Division torium will be open from 10 Beverly: Beach $108.92; Bun- j

,paper to be picked up may call the center and serving a bas. Children's Cowpony Race: 1st t A.M. until 4 P.M. through November II III nell 1473.48; Flagler Beach. I

HE-9-2289 or see C. B Hull. j ket dinner at "1 o'clock. t (Continued on pane 8) I 11.'. $525.21; and Marineland $50.40. (

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The Bulldogs will be in good I II

shape Sheffield and, fullback will have who big Wilbur been )F AREA BUSINESS DIRECTORY 1AIR 1| I

grinding out a lot of yardagein .
the last three games. The I
Bulldogs will also have Abbot _
and Ramsey who will be at full FLORIDA AIRCONDITIONING j i Whatever The Occasion 1

I speed. This game might turn CO. i,i -Say It With Flowers
By Leslie Pacha out differently than a lot of people I: Of Doytono IncCONDITIONINGHEATING. I fromBlack's
are predicting. Ronnie Ca- i AIR
Bunnell Bulldogs and Hastings Kaiser scored two TD's and an I:nakaris, big tackle, will surelybe I GENERAL SHEET METAL II Flower Shop

Spudsters played their first I extra point to run his scoring I'| missed. I "We're Proud of Our Work" Phone ID 7-3348
game of football today. The.to 77 points. Jerry needs two 330 Walker Holly Hill, OR 7-6120 [ 111 N. Forsythe Bunnell
Spudsters scored the first touch- I touchdowns to go ahead of Cliff Probable Lineup I
down. A pass from Yelvingtonto Sheffield's 86 points and be No. Bulldogs Spudsters I AUTO SERVICE I FUEL OILKING'S

Maltby in the end zone. The 2 in the top scorers in Bunnell J McCraney LE Lane McDANIEL'S I''I TRUCK STOP

try for the extra point was gridiron history.The !i Emery LT Weigel Service Station PHILLIPS 66 GAS & OILSJ.
I!Robertson LG Green
missed. Hastings 6, Bunnell 0. '
Leaders i Hosford C Turlington STANDARD OIL PRODUCTS L. IRWIN Prop.

Clements, fullback, took to the t Burnsed,' Bunnell 12 5 77 Knight RG Griffiin Tires-Batteries-Minor: Repairs I LubricationTiresBatteriesFuel
air and hit Higginbotham for 10 Kaiser Hastings 19 12 126 Polk RT Lee Bunnell ID 7-7119 Oil Kerosene Tractor Fue

yards. A. Tucker caught a pass Hunter, Hastings 6 18 54 McMillan RE Burrell' U.S. 1 N. Bunnell ID 7.3678

from Clements good for 15 yards Penny, Fr. Lopez 5 8 1 411 Moody QB Barnes I Biddle Gulf ServiceGASOILLUBRICATION I I
with the ball on the 5. Bill :McKendree, C'han 62 38 i*i Burnsed LHB Kaiser GARDEN SHOP

Burnsed, quarterback on a quar- Burrell Hastings 60 36 Abbott RHB Johns Gray's Garden CenterHeadquarter
back sneak, went over for a TD, :M. Cook, Callahan 53 33 Sheffield FB Hunter GULF TIRES & BATTERIES I I
Open 7 A.M.-10 P.M.-7, Days for Gardening Need.
tieing the score 6.& The extra :McMillan: Bunnell 52 32 I'Ceramics Gifts. Dry Arrangement
point was blocked. The half E. Coluard, C. City. 52 32I Bulldogs Spudsters State&Lambert US 1-ID 7-7190 5 j Materials
1 1 I Fertilizers
I Annuals
Shrubbery -
ended with the score 66. j jI 0 1960 7
i Colonial Service StationEARL TORO LAWN MOWERS
In the second half Bunnell Conference Standing Nov. 3 7 1959 6 'I
I E. RICE. ProprietorGASQILLUBRICATION 147 Tomoka Avenue-Ph. OR 7051'OHMONU
kicked to Hastings. The Bull conf games tp-op 12 1958 26

dog line, with Wadsworth, Hunter Hastings 7 8 334.13 J 6 1957' 54 MOTOR TUNE-UP I .

Mikulka Barber and Tucker Fr. Lopez 5.0 7.1 165-20 I 0 1956 -, 15 GOODYEAR TIRES & BATTERIES!I I HARDWARE
stopped ,the Hastings backfield Bunnell 5.1 6.1 201-37'I 37 1955 6 U.S. HIWAY 1 BUNNELL :,THAT FAMOUS PAINT
running plays. Yelvington whento Callahan 4.3 5.3 179-87! 18 1954 7 I I
pass Duttenhaver on Hastings Crescent City 5.3 5.3 124.1081 8 1953 ; 0 ED'S Exclusively at '

35 yard line intercepted a pass Baldwin 4-3 4.3 136.66 18 1952 12 PURE OIL STATION j I FLAGLER BEACHHARDWARE

and scored, putting the Bulldogsin St Joseph .. 3.5 3.5 69.257 7 1951 21 Specializing in Wash & Waxing DtRJlllf6
front 126. Extra point try D & B 0.7 1.7 82.215 TiresBatteriesAccessories i i
was a pass but incomplete. Pierson 0.7 0-7 27.234 112 154 MINOR REPAIRS J I I: Flagler Beach HE 9-2103

Hastings received the kickoff Keystone 0.7 0.7 21.260 (Continued on page 3) 1 u.s. Hvry. 1-Bunnelt-ID 7-3138 1 J,I
and with Campbell, Maltby and I JI Village Hardwar. Center

the Spudsters tied the score. The IN GAME OF WEEK FREE PAINT BAMBOOBAR Match and mix any color

extra point was stopped on the Bunnell Bulldogs will invade One extra gallon of your choice & COCKTAIL 1 I I Builder's Supplies Kitchenware

line of scrimmage. Both teams the Hastings Spudsters ball park I with each gallon- you buy LOUNGE r GIFTS GREETING CARDS
exchanged punts with a minute Friday night, November 10 at 8 DANCING FRIDAY & SATURDAY I AlA Ormond Beach CL 2-0420
left in the third quarter. A bad P.M. Mary Carter Paint Store FROM 9

pass from center Hastings re- The Bulldogs will carry their AUo WetKate Shopping Center SUNDAY FROM 6 P.M. i JEWELER
vered and Campbell took the 6.1 record against the Spudsters I Ocean Blvd AlA Flagler Beach

11 er from the two and 8.0 record. The Bulldogs are I BRENNAN Jewelers
t out in front 1812. going to put their record asidein Community I MILLAND BAR AND I Diamonds-Diamond Setting

p this game. The Bulldogs need COCKTAIL LOUNGE I Fine Jewelry and Gifts
E IgginbothamMikulka the win to stay alive in the St. Memorial ChurchInterdenominational I Eddie & Mary Shultz. Props. ,; Hamilton, Bulova Benrus
: Johns River Conference. A win PACKAGE GOODS :I Watches

Wadsworth will AIR CONDITIONED 9 a.m.-2 a.m-Sun. 1 p.m. 2 a.m'l I Watches -Jewelry-Clocks Repaired
!= nt Barber Bulldogs Ocean Blvd-Flakier Beach 60 E. Granada-Ormond-OR 7-5056
Daytona Ave. I 1 I
ring RT :M. Tucker 7 Orange Park 6 II I
>b RE A Tucker 53 St. Joseph 0 Sunday School 10:00 A.M. I BAR & GRILL I j I Ormond Bedding and
i YelvingtonVlaltby QB B. Burnsed 13 Baldwin 0 I Church Service 11:00 A.M. |I Furniture Co.

RHB G. Allen 27 D.& B 6 R. W. DICKERT. Factor Substantial Discounts on All
'I Barstow' LHB DuttenhaverCampbell 6 Father Lopez 12 I EVERYONE: WELCOME 3 mi. N. of Flagler on AlA J I{I I I $10 DEDS-SOPAS--FURNITURE Tradein Covers Down Payment i

FB ClementsSubsDurrance I 38 Pierson 6 I Open 7 A.M.-'ll P.M. I I I R. S. ROBENBERRY. Owner

and Holton II BUILDING SUPPLIES I 69 Granada, Ormond.Ben. OR 7-6411
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Fourth quarter. Hastings kick. 201 O. F. ALFORD (I
: ed off to Bunnell. G. Allen ran Spudsters Registered WICKLiNE PAINTS
lv'', the ball 35 yards to Hastings 45. 34 Baldwin 0 I III
''I Clements hit G. Higginbotham 25 Florida :Mil. Acd._ 0 I Real Estate Broker Building Supplies I JERRY'S PAINT MART '

"I. for 15 yards. Clements to B. 63 Keystone 0 i iI i CEMENT CEMENT BLOCKS !I I I PITTSBURGH
(I" Burnsed for 15 yards. Holton I 28 Callahan 6 I iI II I- Bunnell, Florida STEEL !!! Paints-Finishes

,r, passed to A. Tucker for 10 yards.' 75 St. Joseph 0 II I Flagler Beach HE 9.2254 I Paint Sundries-Wallpaper
::1 Clements to Bill Burnsed who 41 Pierson 0 THE OUTBOARDERAuthorized 38 W. Granada-ormond
'. went over for a touchdown. 20 Crescent City \ 0 I BOTTLE GASHARRIS .I.II ORange 7.0761
I Clements on a reverse around 48 D & B 7 Evinrude Dealer .
j left end, scored the extra point. I BOATS ACCESSORIES REPAIRS I BOTTLE GAS (I I ROOFER
Dockage Storage Free Ramp BOTTLE or BULK !
The Bulldogs winning 19.18, 334 13 I EDGEMON ROOFING CO.
November 8, 1938. give the Bulldogs a tie for firstor FLAGLER COUNTY'S ONLY Manufacturers of {
825 Ballough Rd-Daytona HOME OWNED GAS COMPANY
second place. If the Bulldogs Cement Tile RoofingALL
Prep Picking by Little Moe ( lose this game they will finish PHONE ID 7.3551 TYPES OF ROOFINGFast
I Bunnell 7 Hastings 6 in third place. PAL PARKER'S. INC. Help Flagler County Grow Dependable Service
I Taylor 6 D & B 40 I The Bulldogs and Spudstersare Automotive Specialty Center By Shopping at Home HWY. 1 N. ORMOND
I Baldwin 20 Callahan 19 both coming into this game DRAKES RELINED S1&A5 ORange 7-5177 7.1793
Father Lopez 38 St. Joeseph 6 with a 10-year record of both FORDCIIEVROLETPLYMONTHOTHERS
Right 20-wrong 4 teams winning five games each. $10.95 Your "Q" For ConcreteDial (I I RESTAURANT
540 Mason Ave.
Both have the leading scorersin CL 38113DAYTONA SUE-Z-Q RESTAURANT
KAISER THREATENED the conference. Paul Kaiser I
Lunches Dinners
BEACH Sandwiches
; J. I. SHEFFIELD'S RECORD who has scored 19 touchdowns ORMOND PRESCRIPTION
\ Paul Kaiser who scored three, and Jerry Burnsed 12. PHARMACYSick Quillian's Concrete, Inc. i OPEN 24 HOURS DAILY
I TD's and has 126 points for the Hastings also has Hunter and Room Supplies-Sundrles I 152 W Granada-ormond Beach

J season, needs four more TD'sto Burrell who have scored 12. The HOSPITAL SUPPLIES CLEANERS Open 6 A.M11 P.M. at

tie Sheffield's record of 150] Spudsters have an average of 24Hour Prescription Service I 146 S. Atlantic--Ormond
I R points in one season which was: 43 points a game and have Free Delivery in Flagler Beach BUNNELL CLEANERSWE
; set by Sheffield in 1952. scored 343 while their opponentshave ORMOND Rt. AlA BEACH-Tel.1 ml. North OR of 1I !!! GIVE TV STAMPS RIGHT ON THE BEACH

I,! Jerry Burnsed runnup tc scored 13 points. I Open Daily 8 to e Shrlmp.S teak.Chops.Chicken
I Sandwiches and Shakes M
i Phone ID 7-3188
iiJlJp 3iluglrr !i ribunrBUNNELL Sandwiches and Pies
115 N. Bay St. ,- Bunnell
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DRUG STORES Ocean Spray Restaurant
AMBULANCE AlA 1 Mile South of Pier ,
MRS. Me B. FULLER, Editor I Moody's PharmacyFlagler s
PHONE VAIley-4-1625;] Used Furniture-Upholstery
I County's Corner Drug store ;
AUGUSTINE. FLORIDA Designated OSelal PablIatl.a
! I.r Public lfeUeoN ., Jl'lqler
Never be hesitant about calling Garcia Ambulance. We c.-t7. .aalelpallUee therelaa DRUGS-SUNDRIES Furniture & UpholsteryGOOD
are always at your service with promptness safety and d oe state .t n.rl4 USED FURNITURE
BunnelL Flo. Phone ID 7.3661 New Bedding- M&ttrtis RenovaUnFaraltpre
.xperl_ .
Entered a..e.ad el&u matter UBh I terlii + Trade
. Equipped.With Oxygen Retusitator and Inhalator February: "IllS.at die p..t.des ELECTRIC SERVICE 1094 Flemish Holly HlllClj 1-227S

at.Baaaell. Fl.rlda' adder act atMarek PROMPT ELECTRIC SERVICE PUBLISHERS & PRINTERS

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CONSERVATION NEWS i;I Sports Corner/ I BURNSED. SHEFFIELD ABBOT I run. which was called-back for|38 to 6.Bulldogs.
OVERPOWER,TAYLOR I I backfield in motion.. Mike Horns- i 13 12 6 7 :
By Tilmon W. Robinson Bunnell- by R. C. a Wildcat fumble, Mike Wildcats 0 0 6 6 ,
Bulldogs with J. Burn-
I I (Continued from pass 2) Cook tried for a TD after in- I
sed, Wilbur Sheffield, R. Abbot !
Abbott, Burnsed 2 Sheffield, !
Thomas L. Lenssen, cooperator tercepting a pass. No Good. ; 2;
with the Flagler Soil-Conservation -I JUST BROWSING grinding out 310 yards between J Ramsey, Spence, PAT, Sheffield l!
I Well here we are. The big them, scoring five touchdowns.The Bulldogs Wildcats Burnsed.
District, has been presenteda i
of the week. I 'Bulldogs downed Taylor
game am pick 14. first downs 8
the Banker's outstanding Award Certificate conservation as ing or going along with the 38.6 Friday night. 324 yards rushing 81 {
Bulldogs. This game is just Robert Abbot scored the first 5 pass attempts 12
farmer !
n Flagler County in 1961.
like a world series. Every player TD in the first quarter on a 24 pass yards 56
j The award was made Satur- I: gives just a little more than nine yard end run. Jerry Burn- 1-42 Punts 3.35
: day during ceremonies at they gave in their first seven sed scored the second on a 63 6.60 penalty 3.25 R
"Cracker Day." It was presentedto I games. And our boys sure gave yard run. Burnsed scored the Charlie Bratcher made some psi
him by Charles Creal, President plenty. We are in the right po-, PTA to make it .}3-0 in the first nice tackles. LoU Spence on a'
I sition to knock off the Spudsters.Let's f
of Citizens Bank of Bun- quarter. 'quick opening through center I
nell, and R. W. Deen, Jr., chairman call it an upset as longas Burnsed scored early in the got away for a 40-yard Wildcat
of the Board of Supervisors, we win. third quarter on a. 36 yard romp. touchdown. Clinton Newman I
. Flagler Soil Conservation Dis This could be the game where Mickey Ramsey, Abbot, and tried to make the PAT with the I
I trict. '> everything we do will click and Sheffield set up the next TD old fashioned dropkick. The kick Prompt Service
we have the boys who can makeit with Sheffield going over from was nice but a little wide,
Lenssen received the award I click. This is a game thatis the two yard line. The half making the score 316. Bulldogs PLACE YOUR ORDER WITH US
on the basis of doing an excellent called the players' game. I ended with the score 250. final TD was set up with Abbot,
job of conservation on have talked with Coach Manuel Burnsed, Abbot and a Burnsed Bowers and a :Moody to McMil The Flagler-Tribune
improvements' he has made on three weeks ago and he said to Snagger McMillan pass set I lan pass and :Mickey Ramsey I j
his ranch during the past year. f'every boy has his heart set on up the next TD with Sheffield 1 went over from the three yard |I Phone IDlewood 7.3282
He follows a conservation plan I the Hastings game. Beat Hast- I I going over. 310. Howard Bow line. Sheffield scored the extra I Bunnell Florida
to plant the type of grasses and ings! ers, JU fullback, made a 60 yard I point to make the final score
legumes best suited to each soil .. -
class, thereby ,making the best
possible use'of his land and ac- 15WTHEcgop-
cording to the capability of each
acre. By cross fencing his pastures -
I he has also adapted a ro- I r c--
tation grazing program that will
give him maximum grazing I
from each pasture, while at the I
same time maintaining his
I grasses and legumes in a vigorI I
(I state of growth. '
1'f 1 1.1 I);

In the same ceremony, Alfred
Tucker was also given a Bank
,: ers Award Certificate by R. W. FLAGLER FOOD STORE
I Deen, Jr. His award was given :
: for distinguished conservation
: I work done in a previous year I FLAGLER BEACHPRICES
e' but was never recognized for his I

,: achievement. GOOD -. Thurs.-Fri.-Sat. Nov. 9-10-11, 1961 Quantity Rights Reserved

I II 2l/2 Food- King Maxwell HouseCOFFEE I 46 oz. can

Reports Indicate BARTLETTPears HAWAIIANPunch

I Turkeys Plentiful : ::3'Cf r Cf $100 3 cans _

I -
'j For Thanksgiving Save lie2l2 Save lie

I lb. No. 300 can Joan of Arc
Two traditional Thanksgiving can Osage 3,glt KIDNEY

.foods-turkeys and cranberrieswill cans 00can -
be in peak supply at Flor- Peaches 4 $1 B 4 cans
ida foodstores during November, for Limit one with $5.00 ears for

says Gladys Kendall, home mar- Save 16c or more food order
. keting specialists with the Agricultural Save lie
'.t Extension Service. 46 oz. Stokely I Save 34cShurfine 12 oz. can

Marketing of turkeys duringthe TOMATOJuice NIBLETSCorn
month are expected to total
b 25 percent more than during 4r'1 Cf 2 cans 35
( November 1960, according to the for
1 I u.S. Department of Agriculture.
Save 16c Save 7cGREEN
In addition, cold storage holdings -
I'' are record large, with September 303 can es '
.1 1st stocks 65 percent GIANT Prem

I J larger than a year earlier. cans $"100 I MC I
Although the 1961 cranberry Peas 5 I
j crop is 11 percent below last for 2 cans 89
year's record large crop, it still Save 15c Meat for
;I is 15 percent above average. A lb.
( considerable carryover of frozen 2V2 can 3 49/1 Save 9c
'l cranberries also remain available SOUTHERNYams can ; National Gardens

.' for processing. cans 00 Limit one with $5.00 GRADE "A" FLA. LARGE
Both turkeys and cranberrieshead 5: $1 or more food order
, USDA's November list of for EggS 49*
;, plentiful foods for the Southeast Save 15c Save 30c doz
says :Mrs. Kendall. Other foodson --
the plentiful list which will '
be abundant at Florida food
markets during November are J Small Lean I I Grade "A" D & D I Larry's Home Made

apples, pecans, almonds cab SPARERIBS I PURE PORK
::1 bage potatoes, pork, and vege- WHOLEFRYERS
" table fats and oils. 4 SAUSAGE

The commercial% apple crop in lb. $ I b.49

the eastern states is 22 percent
larger than last Food Palm River I 12 oz. pkg. LykesSLICED
year. 2 to 2% Ib. avg. .
shoppers also will find plentyof ALL MEAT 3 pkgs. for

from crop large pecans on California's crop record.from, along this second with year's almonds largest record BACON lb.> 49 I ea. 59* WEINERS' 1

A three percent larger early FROZEN FOODS PRODUCE
,fall cabbage crop promises gen- THANKSGIVING
10 Birds
oz. Eye 5 lb.. bag
erous supplies of the vitamin-C
packed leafy vegetable. The fall GARDEN PEAS 2 for39e NOVEMBER 23rd ORANGESYellow 39c
potato crop is expected to total- ORDER YOUR bag
10 percent more than the 1960 16 oz. Birds EyeRHUBARB Swift's I f,
fall crop., Plenty of pork will .
be available foods stores with .: i pkg. 29C I BUTTER BALL SQUASH :. a lbs25c

slaughter during the last half 9 oz. Mr. G.FRENCH. TURKEYNOW U.S. No 1 WhitePO.TATOES
of this year expectecUto run, five

.percent period ,lastyear ahead,,:of the same FRIES pkg. 10C I I 10 bag 39.Y"f0. -

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Telephone HEmlock 92033 .i.: To our many customers old and

I new. When you shop at Shelton'syou
MEETING IN PALATKAMrs. you are getting more
r' Superior Student / Harry Treadwell went to than just low prices on quality

At Ft. McClellan .Palatka Tuesday to attend the foods.
executive of the Meth.
We at Shelton's have a real interest in ourcustomers satisfaction that's
of why have
Mr. and Mrs. V.' W. Haines odist 'Confer nce. Mrs. Tread- we
Flagler Beach received the following well is secretary of supply of I the friendliest store in town.
: letter this week from the DeLand District.
Martha M. Bonner, Lt. Colonel, I .
WAC Commandant The meeting was held at the Heavy Western Grade "A" Beef
: St. James Methodist Church and
-; "Your daughter Beverly has I she remained for the luncheon
recently been selected as a Superior -.and also the regular meeting of CHUCK O;; SIRLOIN STEAK lb.89c
Student in the Clerical that church's WSCS meeting Ib 49
Procedures and Typing Courseat which followed. Speaker for the ROAST Streak "o" Lean
the U.S. Woman's Army occasion was Miss Maryruth
Corps School." Nickels, division field worker. Crisprite Brand 1 lb. cello WHITE BACON lb.33c
"A Superior Student must

I have attained an academic score HAWAIIAN VISITA I SLICED BACON 49C Small LeanSPARE .
of at least 95 percent and be I
above average in conduct and letter came from Miss Betty lb.49c
efficiency in her company dutIes Meadows who was recuperatingin '
." World's Best Lean ShoulderHAMBURGER
Honolulu from a virus and
"Private Haines' record reflects she stated that she hopes to return -
t e great credit on herself, to her home here by 3 bsfl39 LAMB ROAST lb.39c
her parents and her early military Thanksgiving. She also stated
y training. We are proud to that she was to return to West- : I
have such young women in the ern Europe after two weeks rest ; .
Woman's Army Corps." in Hawaii before
returning Alaga 16 oz. bottle ,
t Private Haines is a graduate home. Maxwell HouseCOFFEE ,
of the Bunnell High School, SYRUP 25C \
class of 1960. She is stationed I
I' at Fort McClellan, Alabama. Mrs. Agnes Lee was here on I
I a short visit during the week- I Quaker 24 oz. box !
COMMUNITY MEMORIAL end before leaving Monday by
CHURCH NOTES train for Wisconsin where she 1 lb. for35c i#
will visit her son and daughter- 39 ,
::1 t Rev. R. W. Dickert, pastor, announced
in-law, Mr. and Mrs. Robert Lee. can Jim 5 lb.
Dandy bag
I, that his subject for the
morning worship service next Limit one with $5.00 or more DOG FOOD 49C l
:I Sunday morning would be "Is Attending the YWA Associa- food order .
''' .There Annihilation After Death." tional meeting in St. Augustine .I
unday school starts at 10 A.M. Monday evening were Diane Flowers 2 lb. Southern 2% can :
id church service follows at Springer, Nancy Wilson, Judy
and Barbara Stryker. They were FRUIT CAKES each 79c.SWEET POTATOESea i
ild of the accompanied by Mrs. Clarence I
at 2fP.M. Weaver.
r 9. ', Mrs ,
6 esident.BEACH Visitors last week with Mr. :

and Mr.Mrs.and Walter:Mrs.Frank. E. .Mesheywere Cchnei- I Fruits & Vegetables I 0 II FROZEN:; FOODS

ODIST CHURCH der, Mr. and Mrs. Irvin flunk,

I eVe Reynold Hoover Minister) Mrs. Margaret Sutter and Mrs. Fresh Fla.ORANGES. Morton's 8 oz.
: Elizabeth Hess, all from Lan-
Sunday school at 9:30, A. M.
[nd worship service at 10:30A. caster, Pa.THE 5 lb. bag 33c MEAT PIES 3 for69c

M. All services in Woman's Birds 10
', Extra FancyYELLOW Eye oz. pkg.

I I'p Club WSCS building.meeting will be held on BOOK NOOK SQUASH 2 lbs 25c BROCCOLI SPEARS 2 for 55c .

Thursday, November 9, at the TY COBB I Large --":., Mrs. Smith's 26 oz.
'I home of Misses Emily and Flora By Gene SchoorIf CUKES 6 for 25c MINCE MEAT PIES ea. 49c
Gage. Final will I
you as a reader are inter-
I'f; be made for the first of two annual ested in a story of determination -
events. This will be the of a person, you should Henderson's
: County Fair, scheduled for November read "TY COBB." The story is S.
I; 5lb.
: 17th. of how hard he had to struggleto
The Methodist Men's Club become known as the "Greatest S
.\ will meet Monday at 7:30, November Ballplayer that ever lived." bag
t 13th, at the home of.Leon- Ty was so heardstrong that 0
,; ard Johnson. he would forget thathe was Limit one with $5.00 or more food order
J playing on a team but he was 7J
Mr. and Mrs. Anthony Braddoc playing for himself.If "
'\! attended a club social in Titus- you as a reader are inter- Country Patties Pillsbury's lOc Savings

.. ville Saturday. ested in the hardships a person OLEO GINGER BREAD 2pkg49c
i faces to gain fame I recommend eachQuality 9c. 0. ; ,. (,
you read "TY COBB." .
i; TV SERVICE I Library Assistant 2 old W.K. Corn 12 oz. can III
\ year
I Jerry Burnsed.Florida's NIBLETS 2
ROSE BUSHES alike99c
\ Agent For 2 ,
II 1960 cigar wrapper
.i RCA & PHILCO I leaf crop-shade growntobacco Betty Crocker
:{ mostly in the Quincy area-was Gold Medal 1 oz. Yellow, Chocolate or White
::1 TUBES & ANTENNAS I valued at $2-
; SOLD $17,149,000 some
I AND INSTALLED 000,000 more than the previousyear. BLACK PEPPER 10 CAKE MIXES 3 fo$100

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1' U'D'D "" "" li .J

:i TV Bob sels In 400 have years been some wrecked 2,200 near ves- IVORY 50 FREE 50 FREE

Cape Hatteras, North Carolina. TOP VALUE STAMPS
'It FLAGLER BEACH They range from colonial -galleons .. SOAP with the purchase of TOP VALUE STAMPS

PHONE HE 9-2204 to Civil War Ironclads and Personal 5c 8 qt. pkg. Carnation with $5.00 or more food
!} sub-sunk Civil War II tankers. Size INSTANT MILK order.

I and this coupon Shelton's Super Market

Limit three to a customer This coupon void 11-11-61 is coupon void 11-11-61

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Saturday November 11 l / Thurs. Fri. Sat.

Nov. 9 10 11, 1961 .

Moa. thtxr Fist JLH.-6:45 P.M. j.
Adults 75 Cents Children 50 Cents "THE FRIENDLIEST STORE IN TOWN" sat. 8 JLM. 9 P. M.'



November 9.1961 THE FLAGLER
Thursday, __ _
materiaL I may be obtained from the* OrI .

Weed Pest Free Further information on this I namental Horticulture Department .

blue tag certification program is University of Florida.
e Tura Is contained in a new leaf left, Gainesville. A list of blue tag-
"Better Lawns Through Turf certified' turfgrass growers is also
grass Certification. The leaflet available from this source.

eLOcALJS : Now AvailablePlanting -

stock of nine im

I proved turfgrass varieties, released -
KENNETH BRIAN DOZIER Seventh Annual in the last several years

I :Mr. and Mrs. H. A. Dozier, Jr., by the Florida Agricultural Ex- Hawettto quality
I ,of Bunnell, announce the arrivalof Reunion Of The periment Stations and the Tif- cabbage

a son who was born at the ton, Georgia, Agricultural Experiment
Flagler Clinic and Hospital on Moody Family Station, are now avail- 1:
October 27. He weighed six able on a certified weed and pest

pounds and five ounces. He has Approximately 90 persons attended free basis from turf growers. y KILL '

been given the name of Kenneth the seventh annual reunion i There are 21 certified turfgrass I {' I
Brian. of the Moody Family here growers in Florida participatingin cabbage loopers

Sunday. :They gathered at the the turfgrass certification imported cabbage worms
Bunnell Community C e n te r program administered by the
Mrs. George M. Moody, Jr.,I .
spent Tuesday in Gainesvillewith where. a basket dinner was I Division of Plant Industry. diamond-back moth larvae I ..

her son in law and daughter [served. lOne improved variety of St h

Mr. and Mrs. Ed' Ward. Mr. I Those attend were from Bax- I Augustine, two varieties of Zoy- :: with Phosdriir Irl

Ward is a patient in the Uni- ley and Waycross, Georgia; si grass and six improved hy- ill

versity Teaching Hospital where I Jacksonville, High Springs, I brid bermuda grass varietiesare il INSECTICIDE .
available under this ;
i he underwent major surgery Ocala, Orlando, Satsuma, Daytona pro- i4
Friday. Beach, Flagler Beach, and j gram. -
Bunnell. Allen Wilson, turf specialistwith 1 1t At the first sign of loopers or worms, it's time for I
I the Florida Agricultural j@ fast action with new powerful Phosdrin insecticide. Q :
:Mary Frank was transferred I Extension Service, says grasses Hf Phosdrin is easy to use as a dust or spray. It killsk, ;
from the Flagler Clinic and Hos Mrs. Jessie Way who went to grown under this program are f fast and sure. And, most important, it can be applied \m:
t pital to the St. Joseph Manor in the U. of F. Teaching Hospitalin planted and manitained under within a few days of harvest-without danger I

SL Petersburg :Monday. It is a Gainesville last week expect- precise conditions of wood and !:!I of residue. 1mi.j .

nursing home at 2335 LakeviewAve. ing to undergo surgery for am- bisect control to assure they are j Get a bumper vegetable crop this season-use She suffered a stroke some putation of her leg, has been pest free when delivered from i powerful Phosdrin insecticide at the first sign of wr

time ago and is confined to bed. receiving treatment and hopesare the: nursery. I infestation. Be prepared-order your supply today! 1}!
r rI
i i She was transferred thereby held that she may avoid Certified, growers are subjectto ( :
Craig Ambulance.Mrs. surgery. She is in room 462. frequent inspection by the !I :I CALIFORNIA CHEMICAL COMPANY. fit
I State Department of Agriculture : Ortho Division P. O. Box 767 Orlando, Florida J,1w

D. H. Emery has returned Mr. and Mrs. L. A. Yelvingtonand Division sure that of these Plant Industry careful main-to as- ", ,:,:,:,;""",,:,,':'d'wii: :;:;:{Jll: ;; :i:1k.JjJdb: 4Jk':>:vXr:'Yrawrr;,;,;.r..y++; 7I ,

to her home in Espanola aftera young son, Kevin, of Or- tenance practices are followed.All -
visit of the past two monthsin lando, were guests of Mr. and shipments of grass which "

Chicago and also in Iowa, Mrs. M. B. Fuller during' the pass inspection carry a blue cer- I ORTHOMameless D ,
with relatives. I past weekend. They also at- tification tag. Wilson stresses S -

tended the Moody Family Re- that when grass is purchased, .

I i Guests of ,Mr. 'and Mrs. A. A. union. the blue certification tag assures,I
Wells are her brother and sister top quality, pest free planting

in law, :Mr. and Mrs. N. A. Con CARD OF THANKS --- e.
of Ga. who will .
ner Baxley, ,
spend several days here. Their I wish to express my appre '
son, N. A. Jr., accompanied them ciation to Dr. Canakaris and his P
here for the weekend. staff for the wonderful care and : ELECTRIC Cooking ;
treatment I received while I wasa .

Mr. and Mrs. Adolph Deen of patient in the hospital. Also:
Ocala are guests of Mr. and to my friends for the lovely .
Mrs. D. D. Moody this week. flowers, cards, and visits. .
i heats the food
They also attended the Moody Lois Buckles. -
Family Reunion here Sunday.

Mike Canakaris has returnedfor .not the hitchen
the winter after a visit in .

Detroit, Michigan, with rela- '
tives. this week's/\

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Celia Joyce Emery, who is a \ KTAOOMtUMt t '1e i.EBIf 'Ie1e$$;' t a,q.: the i'Flame-type JrlF v.y v.=:

student at Stetson University in 7 }J.\ Cy:' r: '4.;r r.............. /NJ
DeLand, the weekend .r. ; ::;:rf!x x'.'?:}}rr.4:{{4 r:} raY'Yn.: .;+ :{ .fir}rifv::Xx+}'{{ :. .4'.L vr.,';r{;:.y rr:{.yrYN
spent past i.w};:::yr.Cy, : f4. '!?:%fi ri
{}{riii; :; p :{:} '::' .. $ ; ..
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here with her family.Mr. .t,}.fi..y.r4i; ;} > :. :}.v ; ?r. {}+r.f.r. G'.ti? }r.:
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I { .;lhy;:}}iy. .x iv'.. r.4 }+Y'r'r}?:y Yri, )Y i::?x 'JUlWr.7f,
and :Mrs. Hollis Lindseyand
Mrs. Ethel Miller of Jack- II I

sonville were visiting with Mrs.
Jim Bray on Saturday.Sgt. I.

Daulphus D. Miller, Jr., ,{ i? s./{:? jlif ,{{'. 5f''r

and family of Fernandina were
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recent weekend guests of Mr. ..1Yr ; {:{?.Y :yn :: ?!y f+ sf,!
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and Mrs. Dell Miller. c'x,;! l
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Leon Novak arrived here last

week from Detroit and plans to / ELECTRIC cooking means there's FLAME cooking means heat spills

i spend the winter here. Mr. Novak 4J7'!' Z! direct contact between utensil and up around utensil, heats up your '

is the former owner of the .:i" .;f heating element. Heat goes quickly kitchen-and you I I
Ocs lo
Novak Building on Moody Blvd. .
and directly into the food not _.... .
and Railroad St.
your kitchen.
I. Moody of Lake City, son 14-44 \
of Sr. of "* t
George Moody, Flagler : A modern automatic electric range will cook food just as fast : : .

Beach, is a patient in the Uni 853 as food will cook. without wasted heat that overheats the : NEW ELECTKOXKC80UN6 Z
versity of Florida Teaching Hos- .- : is the I
pital in Gainesville. He has an ..,.. kitchen and you. Flameless electric cooking means no constant- : world's fastest I
infection in the left foot. -:\ burning pilot lights. also eliminates the by-products of flame : Magically cuts '
: cooking
soot, fumes, greasy fuel grime.So change over to the comfort : hours to minutes. 's
Mr. and, Mrs. Charles Cowart and convenience of a flaxneless electric range. you'll be proud : from minutes to
have begun construction of their : seconds!
new home in Haw Creek. -" "". ,-:' of" your kitchen as well as your-coo kin g. :......................:

See your electric appliance dealer today .
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Booming Jamaica Iq iH idea to split the plant food ap. I
plication. In this case apply:

Spurns The West (By Hervey Sharpe) half the fertilizer in the spring !} i
iI i and the other half in the sum- i,

I ISome- gardeners hint that the mer after the leaching rains ;

Indies Federation persimmon is better .known as I have fallen. i Call On Us I

Jamaicans have lived up to the kissing .fruit. In some areas persimmon': :

their proverb: "De tune you leaves are prone to turn yellow | -
is I
At least its "puckeryness"
playing no de one I dancing." and the tip .end of the branches (
They recently voted against .suggestive, they say. die. This is usually due to a it' t;

membership in the West Indies I So in case the young swains zinc deficiency. A foliage 'spray

I Federation, a union of 10 British desire to make scientific tests, I of zinc sulfate is the immediatecure. I "

island colonies stretching in an the ancient Chienese fruit is Follow this by an application When :

arc across the Caribbean from ripening now. If the cultivated of zinc sulfate to the soil J

Jamaica to Trinidad. varieties fail, then results are for long-time benefiits. .
I :
guaranteed with the wild per- For additional help in growing 1 I
The ,Federation was organizedin /
persimmons, contact !
simmon. your
1958. It was scheduled to I
county agricultural agent. I
receive full independence in Aside from the amourous ten- I

May 1962, but Jamaica's action dencies, the'' persimmon has long I. -
places the future of the unionin been a popular dooryard fruit. Subscribe to The F: ger Tribune You Need i iI
I ,
doubt. The generic name Diospyros S2JSO A Year In Advance

With 1,600,000 inhabitants and I literally means "food of the I

4,400 square miles, Jamaica Gods." This prestige began eons (

would have provide half the I ago in China and Japan. RCA VICTOR
population and half the land i LIVING COLOR TV j

area of the Federation, the National The flavor of the fruit is ex i "LOOK FOR. THE 1CTUHB I .
Society cellent. It is a concentrated food i IN THE 'VIN DO'V"
Geographic says.
Southern Radio & Television i
I Economy Spurts | because all of the sugar is quick I 226 E. Granada- Ph. OR 7-2001

Jamaica has been doing so energy producing dextrose. HowI I OIIMONU .
I: well on its own that sentiment ever, native and most Oriental I

waned for joining, a group of persimmons are 'astringent-I IX FOR. THE FLAGL.KK CIKCl'IT: COUNTY COURT ,IN"'Lolt-I AND 1

islands a thousand miles away. puckery-until fully IDA AT LAW NO. 805
Paced by mining and tourism, To help eliminate the astringency I'CORPORATION. A corporation.

Jamacia's economy has grown the Orientals packed firm, vs. Plaintiff
;. rapidly in, the past 10 years. mature fruit in freshly emtied I LAMAR HARRIS JR..

Development of mining began I beer kegs for 10 to 15 days. I/I NOTICE OF SHERIFF'S. Defendant.ALE: I

f in 1942 when a landholder won- }i]gardeners have tried this method I that NOTICE I, Homer IS W HEREBY Brooks GIVEN Sheriff
dered why grass and corn grewso but after drinking the con- of Flagler County. Florida under I
and by virtue of a writ of
execution -
poorly on red fields cupped tents of the kegs forgot why heretofore issued out of

i. among the green hills. He ordered they purchased the kegs. above the above styled entitled cause Court have, in levied the .

tests which provide that I To be on the safe side, re- upon, the following property situate -
lying and being in
the. content of the red earth was J I!searchers, at the University of !'County. Florida to-wit: Flagler
nearly 50 percent aluminum ox- Lot 9. Block 124. Bunnell.
Florida Agricultural Experiment Florida as per plat on map OFFICE FORMS
,. ide. Station suggests ,removing the I the thereof Clerk on of file the in Circuit the office Court.of of
Wider search has revealed 300 astringency with a lime solu- Flagler County. Florida. "
million tons of bauxite, an as the property of the above
tion. They soak the fruit '
say I named defendant, and that on the ENVELOPESINVOICES
k, aluminum ore, giving the island from 2 to 10 days in a mixtureof 11th day of December. 1961 between -

one of the largest known, easily one part lime and 10 parts namely the eleven legal o'clock hours in the of fore sale:
accessible sources of the vitals I noon and two o'clock In the afternoon -
water. Fruit so treated is firm, I' on said day at the northern
commodity.The juicy and nonastringent.To front door of the Courthouse in -
Bunnell. Flagler County, Florida.
bauxite in
rush started
overcome the problem of I will offer for sale and sell at
earnest afttt World War II. Four the highest bidder for cash in
I puckeryness, Ralph Sharpe, Uni- hand the above described property LETTER HEADS
,.I, majo$ I Gfj EauJGS now export versity of Florida fruit breeder, as the property of said defendant
to satisfy said execution.
lillioru tons a I is currently'' checking on non- HOMERy. BROOKS. Sheriff : '
i '.."also is' being'ged astringent varieties adaptable to 1\ By Flagier Homer County.W. Brooks Florida BUSINESS CARDSSTATEMENTS .

Florida. I I Nov. 9-16.23.3o-Hc !

by tax conces- Some fruit under surveillance I I IX THE CIRCUIT COURT OF

.*_. many industries have I are of excellent eating qualities FLAGLER IN CHANCERY COUNTY NO., 4MB FLORIDA,
_. moved to Jamaica: An English I I even in the firm mature stage. ELIZABETH GUENTHER.
t company makes quality pottery:One fruit variety when mixed vs. .
from the local clays; a United GUSTAVE A. GUENTHER,
I with a fruit salad compliments Defendant. \ BILL HEADS
States firm assembles truck the palate with an exotic taste. NOTICE TO DEFEND ,
trailers; a Canadian manufacturer I Until the researcher discovers THE GUSTAVE STATE OF A.FLORIDA GUENTHER TO:

: produces radios and type ,!an ideal persimmon for Florida, I 33 Irvington Denmiii New Place Jersey RULED FORMS .

writers. One factory even turns i i it's a good idea to plant the Variety You are hereby notified that a
suit has been filed
against you In
out hockey equipment-for j that thrives in your local I the above entitled cause; and you
eX-I I are hereby required to file your answer -
port. !
this information TICKETS
ity. contact I with the Clerk of this Court and TAGS
Visitors Increasing:: i I i either the county agent or and to serve a copy' thereof upon I _
One of the loveliest of Carrib- or plaintiff's attorney
i I a local nurseryman. whose name and address is:
bean islands, Jamaica has little December is the ideal month Lawrence W. Borns
I I I 416 Seabreeze Boulevard I
difficulty in persuading visitors to set persimmon trees. If you' Daytona Beach. Floridanot CIRCULARS'ANNOUNOEMENTS
t to enjoy its sunshine, sandy 1 1I later than. November 16th A. D.
I{I are thinking of adding this fruit 1961.
beaches, scalloped bays, lush I If you fail to do so. decree pro
to your dooryard planting, place confesso will be entered against
vegetation, mountains, and rive I I your order with a nurserymannow you for the relief demartded in the
. bill of complaint. The nature of
ers. so that he can make de- said suit being for divorce. .

! The mountains, which are I livery next month. If you already said WITNESS Court this my 16th hand day and of October seal of
I with offera A. D. 19fil.Official ; .
sprinkled waterfalls I I have persimmon trees,
I( Seal) E. A. SMYTHE
cool refuge from the warmer I I then consider this fruit tree as Clerk of said Circuit Court

lowlands. Even in ,coastal areas, I a possible Christmas gift for a By Julia R.Deputy Harvey Clerk. I
sea and land breezes temper I gardener friend. I'Oct. 19:0". 2-9-4tc I

the sun. I!I CulturePersimmons IX THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE We Don't Do The Most

With these attractions on Jamaica i I do best upon I SEVENTH i : THE STATE i Jl'DICIAL OF FLORIDA CIRCUITOF ,

the number of, visitors I I lighter soils which are well IV,AXII FLORID FOR .FL4GLER IV CHANCERY 000NTY : -
has more than doubled in a'' drained. You are in luck if your I NO. 4.164THOMAS '

decade. Money spent by tourists!I I property has a good sub-soil J. HUMPHREY.Plaintiff, PRINTINGBut

, is an important contributiont. t containing some clay. However, FLORENCEvPARKER HUMPHREY
toward closing the island's trade :t clay is not absolutely essential. | Defendant.
I ,Persimmons like full sunlight I NOTICE TO DEFEND SUIT
gap.Agriculture, however, provides !and ample "elbow room." So, OF IN FLORIDA THE NAME OF THE STATE We Do Some of the Best

a living for most Jamicans. Sugar .. the planting site should be an I TO-
cane is the leading crop open space no closer than 20 East. Seventh Street
j : Bananas, citrus fruits, coffee, feet from the nearest tree t YOU Hopkinsville. Kentucky '
: and coconuts also are grown I canopy. ,' that complaint, seeking a divorce,
I has been filed In this Court, against l
t i in quantity.One If the planting site is a lawn you and you are hereby required
former occupation-pit 11 i area, practice clean cultivation .to file_your answer or other defense -
j to said suit in the Office of
racyhas'long since died out. j around the trunk of. .the tree. the Clerk of the Circuit Court of

! In the 17th century, 'the notorious -tin chopping out weeds do not tj I Flagier Flagier County County. Court Florida.House at the Inunnell. I Dial

. Henry :Morgan arid other I dig 'deeply, as many feeder roots I I 127th day. Florida of-November.on or before 1961. and the ID 7-3282

: pirates forayed from Port Royal,'I'of ,the tree grow close to the Ito serve a copy thereon on the .

Jamaica, to raid Spanish ships surface of the soil. plaintiff's Smith. p..O.attorney.Box 126 105 C. Magnolia Winston I
.\' and cities in the' Caribbean.Port Fertilizer requirements for per- Street New Smyrna Beach Florida. If
I you fall to do so. judgment by 'ae '
Royal became known as simmons are vague. But the default will be taken against you ,. '" \, ..: .': '
for the relief I '
"the world's wickedest town." {trees 'seem to thrive on applications -I plaint. sought In the com f

But a viloent earthquack of a good garden fertilizer once This each notice week shall for four be published(4) consecutive :

swallowed two-thirds 'of the port mixture containing nitrogen, bune weeks In The Flagier Tri ., The ;, -
in 1692. For nearly 300 years phosphoric acid and potash. A TONE AND ORDERED at Bun- f.
the remains of the buccaneers' general ruleis to apply one nell.County.the. Florida County, on Seat this of the Flaeler 20th . ,
capital have lain under silt and pound of plant food per year dav of October. A. D. 1961.
(Circuit Court Seal)
# murky water. In 1959 the Na- of age of the tree. E. A. SMYTHE :

t tional Geographic- Smithsonian- Apply the fertilizer in the and Clerk for Flakier of the Circuit County Court Florida In :Flagier Tribune

I Link expedition recovered hundreds I spring about the time ,the ,tree J C. Winston Smith. P.O. _Box 126.
105 Magnolia SL. New Smyrna
1 of artifacts and mappedthe starts to leaf out. If the tree Beach. Fla.. Attorney for the
sunken. 'city. 1 Is 'on-sandy solicit. is a good Oct.Plaintiff..2$ & Nov. 2.9.16-4tt.' .

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Thursday, November Q, 1QC1 THE T7T.AnT1T, > mT>TOTTXTT7
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I AMERICANA The University of Dayton College Notebook Animal Owners 1 ii i i

__u .m_______"_ Be On Lookout : iI I
I s A

For Screwworms j jI sI I il1 !:.C

I I <<. !
"An old enemy of livestock is
back on the scene in the southeast
'fgti'r'rr ," says County Agent How- a. t.
ard Taylor. "The screwworm is
back, and may invade Florida JG P
before cold weather starts. :

"If you keep any sort of ani-
[ : I ii jE mal-pet or farm animalthisI

: I is important to you. Keep a close
I watch on your animals and report -

... ....:. I Releasing any infestations.sterile flies during' I TTiTTfl

: (1958 and 1959 rid Florida and ; .
the southeast of the screwworm.
The University of Dayton, Ohio, traces its foundation to the'year 1850 I I
Millions of male
I when a small band of missionaries from'France, members of the screwworm
Society of Mary, founded an institution of learning on 120 acres of flies-sterlized by
"Dewberry Farm" purchased from Mr. John Stuart I were released to radiatiOn-I HAVE A BALL Youngster demonstrates new type of life-
The institution was incorporatedin baccalaureate, and master's de tive female flies. The eggs saver-a ball which replaces the traditional ring. The foam plastic -
1878, and in 1882, by an act of grees. duced did not hatch, and pro-I ball'is surrounded by net, which a drowning person can graspINSUREStay
the General Assembly of the State Though under Catholic auspices," ally the native fly easily.
1 of Ohio, was empowered to grant the University has a student body was wiped out.
degrees under the title of St. made up of men and women of --
Mary's Institute. After 1912, it many different faiths. The under- Now the screwworms are back.
was known as St. Mary's College graduate student body is the larg- Dr. Ben Plummer of the Florida
and was so designated until 1920 est of any private college in the Agricultural Extension Service Insured & Rest AssuredGET
when it was raised to the rank of State of Ohio.
reports they have flanked inspection
'p a University and assumed its Purely academic and scientific -
present title. research as well as commercially station lines along the THE BEST PROTECTION FROMH.
Today the University of Dayton, and governmentally sponsored Mississippi River and have in-
I with a combined enrollment of research are carried on throughthe fested Tennessee extensively in
more than 6,000 students, and a University's Research Insti- recent weeks. The infestations T. COOK AGENCYCitizens
total staff of 400 full-time faculty tute, which includes one of the have spread to the northern por-
members and part-time instruc- country's most extensive non-
of Georgia and Alabama.
tors, is the second largest inde- governmental computing centers.In Bldg. Bunnell, Florida
pendent institution higher learning addition to its day classes, They are particularly bad along
in Ohio and the eleventh larg- the University also operates a the Mississippi River and are --- _.
est Catholic university in the sizeable evening and summer ses extending eastward. It is pos- .. _ _
country.It sion. Specialized programs are sible that the overwintering area .
includes a College of Arts and conducted through the Community of Florida-particularly the '
Sciences a Graduate School of Service Center. southern area of our state- II A41A A4IIIS '
; .Arts and Sciences a School of Some five miles distant from
I could become reinfested. This
Business Administration, a Schoolof the Main Campus is the West I 1
Education, a School of Engineering Campus and University Hall would again require extensive
and a Technical Institute. dormitory. Each campus com- eradication measures. 'wwvr'
1 and awards 21 different associate prises approximately 76 acres.
1, -. Taylor says eradication officials I 1
I need to know immediately _
when the first case of screw- I

S.k m.y '. worms appears in your county.He .
I SctTr7! if your heat goesjg recommends the following I i

t action by all animal owners.
II I # Immediately inspect your live- y
YOUR FUELGAS stock thoroughly. Inspect themas I ORTHOIMPORTANT
f often as possible until the
danger of screwworm infestationis i :

t RILL S GO officially declared over. II

If you discover a suspectedcase
of screwworms, first take I
a number of larvae from the e J
\ infested wound and place themin
alcohol or water, to preserve -
Z.{y .., them for positive identification. I
Next, treat ,the wound with an I I II
approved screwworm killer.
Then immediately notify your I

\4: county agent. I ; : : I

,t ; all animals Keep wounds a and close to immediately prevent watch on infesta-treat your I q ;: % ; F I I /

tion. A constant vigil and

;s : _ prompt action are vitally im- I II
I 5, 5 portant. Do not move animals
t L until they have been thoroughly ,, I
: .e I inspected and all wounds '
r treated.If .1 ti I

1I 1 you move any animals into I I.I .
1 I rTrq the southern parts of Georgia, Yf: I )NSI ('ieq

Alabama, and South Carolina, I
) or any portion of Florida, immediately -'
notify the county
agent at the 'point of destina- I
tion. I

Examine immediately all ani- I

I : mals shipped to your farm, or '
! force the heat down pets arriving from out of state, : : .
Jt J for wounds susceptible to screw- ( I BULLETControl
t and fuel Mis worms. Promptly treat any such
IP down wounds. Remember, this appliesto I'I
f both farmers and pet owners,
County Agent Taylor says. He I Wire Worms i

: ',.. Ordinary heaters1' pile the heat up on the ceiling emphasizes that domestic pets, I I with soil application of I
such as dogs, cats, and other '
,. until some of it finally steps down to the living ORTHO Parathion 8 Flow Concentrate.
1 p-;; level. If you own an ordinary heater, you know animals are just as susceptible I .
:: how and to screwworm infestation as Call your nearest ORTHO fieldman* today.
costly uncomfortable that system is!Siegler farm 1I
';.. does just the opposite. .your floor gets heated animals. I :
first..Heat is not wasted on the ceiling and out the California Chemical Company :
chimney. Don't close off rooms this winter and pay VARYING TEMPERATURES
; high fuel bills to boot...order
your new Siegler now. New Yorkers often shiver in I I Ortho Division I

! IT PAYS FOR ITSELF' WITH THE FUEL IT SAVES winters more severe than thosein I P.o. Box 7067, Orlando. Florida *
Reykjavik, Iceland's capitaLA I'
current extending from the I T.M/S Reg. u.s. Fat Off. ORTHO
FLAGLER HARDWARE warm Gulf Stream contributesto 1 I
On aU chemicals read directions and
the Reykjavik area's 35-degree
caution before .
y PHONE ID 7-3191 in ... use.
average as comparedto .
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RAILROAD AVE. BUNNELL FLORIDA 30 degrees in New York. -
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Casualties from shark bite Bunnell. Slightly less than a ton of
Shark Attacks Flagler 'Cracker Day'.Tremendous'Success
: I I may seem small compared to 330 yard race, 1st division: 1st I beef and pork was served. Pre-

the millions of bathers, fisher place, "Lucky Priest," owner pared by Steve Sparkman and

Analyzed, for Hints men, and victims of shipwreckor Johnny Sixma, from Lake Helen; Robert Allman. Sixty gallons of

air crash exposed to poten- i 2nd place, "Freddy Blue" owner beans. .
On Protection tial assault each year. But the I (Continued from page 1) Floyd Smith, from Palatka.

Scientists are collecting a flesh-eaters' ferocity makes thema division. 1st, Carroll Hall, Or-I Second division: 1st place, FACTS ON PENGUINS .

growing number of facts on fearsome menace. mond; 2nd, Louise Cannon, Pa- "Lica Sa," owner George Beach Penguins, contrary to popular

man's ancient enemy-the Throughout the world, many ,latka; 2nd division: 1st. Mack I"I of Hastings; 2nd place, "Misty impression, do not all live in

shark. beach owners in infested areas ;Pellicer, Bunnell; 2nd, Judy Strick," owner :M. C. Strickland, regions of ice and snow. Species

have dealt with the problem by Barnes, Ormond. Jr., Bunnell. inhabit the east and west coasts
An annual world wide census
setting up nets and employing I 400 yard race: 1st place, "Miss of South America, the shores of \
of attacks on humans by the Adult Race 1st
{ lookouts to spot fins cutting the Cowpony : Bacall," owner Harry Westberry,1 South Africa, and areas of Australia /\
toothed marauders is now
razor waves. Now tieing tried-with I Sherry Hargett, Bunnell; 2nd, :I Palatka; 2nd place, Sussie,"J f New Zeland, and Pacific
the Smithsonian Insti-
:kept I I uncertain promise-is an anti- ,Ann Faircloth, Ormond; 3rd, owned by Clellan Barnes from j!islands. No penguins, however,
tuition in Washington. Based
: Barbara :Mullins: Hawthorne.
shark "bubble screen" producedby I Ormond. live north of the Equator.
on reports analyzed by the I .
"Blooded" Cowhorse Race 1st
air compressors and perfo- : --
Shark Research Panel of the (
rated pipes. j division, 1st, Don El Wilkinson,
American Institute of Biological
To ,protect men, cast adrift in I San Mateo; 2nd, Carrol Hall, ,
Sciences, last year's record included CRAIG FUNERAL HOMEA.
30 cases of "unprovoked" perlous waters during World I Ormond; 3rd, Charles Cowart,

assault. War II, the U.S. Navy developeda Bunnell second division: 1st,
chemical shark repellent in Dickie Hunt, Orlando; 2nd, Jean- H. CRAIG Funeral Director

There are some 300 varieties cake form. Carried by a downed ette Stanley, Palatka. JOHN HARDIN. AssociateAIR
of sharks, ranging from 2 to 60 '
flier it could be dis
or seaman
feet in length, says the National QUARTER HORSE RACES OXYGEN
solved in surrounding water to I LADY
Geographic Society. About a I 'I I EQUIPPED
give off. .odors repugnant to 220 Yard Race ATTENDANT
dozen are considered particular-j I sharks. J I AMBULANCES

ly dangerous. The "man-eater" II I 1st, "Balmy Knight owner,
, white shark has been known to I Shark Behavior Studied !
Charlie Brown, from Forest City, Phone ID 7-3532 I

upset small boats, maiming or Since the war' oceanographersaround Fla.; 2nd, "Flashy Sugar," own- I
the world have been 201 E. MOODY BLVD. BUNNELL. FLORIDA
killing occupants. Among other er ,M. C. Strickland, Jr., from ,
sharks of ill repute are the tiger, probing the mysteries of shark -

hammerhead: mackerel, and behavior. As evidence mounts I

gray nurse. I I from laboratory and field work, i I I0

I,the American Institute's Research __.___ J
They Roam the World ,
Panel hopes to find cluesto
One of nature's most sinister
prowlers, the shark is equipped attacks in such factors

with a powerful jaw and mouth, weather actions ,of temperatures prey. or the 6Jle SAMPLE A NEWi iI

studded with rows of sharp, I t
So far, findings are inconclusive. -
pointed teeth. It will eat any I our ,
Sharks seem to strike as
thing.: Found in sharks' stom- '
often in clear as in cloudy weather ,
achs have been such assorted IJ1UJSt. 62 CHEVROLET
t I although warm, murky, or ..
tidbits as tin cans, bricks, a fur
night waters apparently present
coat, sack of .coal, an alarm
more danger. The'color of cloth
wearing clock, and a a collar.full grown dog still ing or skin may be unimportant; Come in and drive any (or all three) of these new cars for,'62

yet bright objects do invite .
Most sharks favor warm and
shark attention. ,
temperate: oceans, but some
Modern research emphasizesthe 5
roam far north. A few inhabit 1
well known fact that sharks
', torpical fresh water lakes and .
follow the faintest scent of ,
Vicious sharks appear to be blood, and are attracted to a .:. :.... ':-. ,
thrashing object. Thus swimmers t;
moving north along American
: should not panic, but move .
-shores, perhaps because of .5 ... '
off with strong, deliberate .... .. '
warming cean currents. SeriousrattaflksjdHyirnmers 5
| have been strokes.
The famous undersea explorer,
northern California

w England coasts. Jacques Yves Cousteau, uses a .,......S.-. .
x stell-barred, antishark cage to 5----- -

protect divers filming sharks.

; : CLASSIFIEDADS On one of his expedition$ sup .

5 ported ,by the National Geographic
.5 Society, Captain Cous

I teau found the cage useful in
Impala Sport Coupe...goes as smooth as it looks
outside he
reverse. Working ,

TJatlngi under this heading areS locked in it a huge but harm-
cent per word each Insertion, one could reasonably want
75 cents I* n lnlmum charge. less grouper that had been 62 CHEVROLET That head-in-the-clouds Jet-
playfully obstructing his view.
TOR SALE-Lionel Train, I If you've a yen for room,refinesmooth ride.The power choices

form and accessories. :Mil Plat-I 1,1 ment and riding comfort (at a up to a pulse-racing 409 h.p.* ...rw..m. .....

Motel, ID 73316. I price that takes the high cost The whopping deep-well trunk. CHEVROLET '

I I : out of feeling luxurious), take a Fact is, the more you get to
SEPTIC TANK-cleaning reason
guest drive in this one. You'll know this built-for-keeps beauty,
able rates. George Jarosz, phoneID
see why this is all the car anythe more you'll find to like.
73410.. 11.2 to 4-26-tp I .
Optional at extra coet

:FOR RENT OR SALE-3 bedroom ......................................................................
-. house at north end of Pal- I l NEW ClIEWUI

nnetto, Flagler' Beach, on boat

o ,canals, cool pleasant living, ex- I i Sample this savvy saver

tceptlonal value, beautiful interior l:;:f and you'll discover just

and exterior $90.00 per : -/ : i how dapper dependabil ,

month for September 1 occu i :.<: ity can be. Here's brand-new line of

pancy. Contact present rentersor I i M cars, sensibly designed to save you
,Alexander Lumber Co. ;
money on service, maintenance and
:tuna Beach, Florida. 7-20-TF 1 ?
.S 555 -
operation The ride is wonderfully gentle

Ocean front housekeeping apart. i and precise, thanks to new MonoPlaterear

anents, 1 and 2 bedrooms 'compete i springs. Roominess, for people and

With linens and all utilities. i i stuff, is remarkable. Discover all the

Sun deck, fishing, swimming, ='Cheri.. II Nova 400 Sport Coupe...gay blade on a cudgel .''happy details for yourself-at your

loafing. Day, week or' month. ........................................................._.......... Chevrolet dealer's.
Sun Sea :Manor, Flagler Beach. 4

HE 9.2082 7.6tf x T; ) '62 COR1 Ill ,

FOR RENT-Unfurnished large a fleet-footed Ip

2-bedroom garage apartment.Call 0Here's I of sports car ,

HE 9-2318,; or see Zeke thrifty practicality I : ,

Chaffee. 11-17-tf 1' : Along with some neat new /MM.. 5.

FOR RENT-furnished 2 bedroom refinements, Corvair's rally-proved

c one bath house, Daytona Ave., Ma four-wheel independent suspension, -

Flagler Beach. Completely ren rear-engine design and tenacious

ovated. $65.00 per month. Keys ]I .. traction are all back, as rarin' to go
Monza Club Coupe...sporty goer with savings galore
::' &n be picked up at Sullivan's j A-TENT-TION CurvaciousNicole .as ever. If you haven't had a go in _

Gulf Station. Nov 10-tf Dieudonne is wearing a Corvair, your Chevrolet dealer's the .-
"i beach bag, believe it or not, .
to correct that
man oversight. ,.
i-, .
which converts Into a tent, affording -
&- JOHNSTON'S privacy for costume ..'
change .

LOTS, HOMES OCEAN FRONT, ... It's easy as 1-2-3 to pick a winner at your local authorized Chevrolet dealer'sr- !#. '
What was !the purchase priceof ." -_.__.:.:. -- __..:"_ .____ .. r -";- .
" Florida? The Florida 'State :. .-. -- .
Chamber of Commerce SaYs il
tut for your real estate. needs.
Office Phone HE 9-2242 40000.000 might very spent well have to subdue been the the HALL-TUMLIN CHEVROLET COMPANY ::5 E
Phones ID 7-3691 ;;
Residence ..
Indians during ,the' Seminole 'fl.: '.
'y S -, or ID 7-3517, 1 War 1835.42 '. TELEPHONE ID 7-3131 BUNNELL, FLORIDAS